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OallliTIAN CB t r f le WLra i r a Stcct Oc nl t r f rjf t r Ft fn urd dri t iJfi idJdII Atfnc t SGE sp c V o SO Hicit fir and third Moudiy II t a bu t i1 11 R A Chaptcr1 No 57 JiIJ Ii t 1zj i 1 III Iirnth c day 0 s J vri p lrttJ L t 2 I rerv obrthMOnk r L r t i i1 Af tlt 4IOOI l T O1 Ufl t Oxy J FOR flETCHERS r ITT iii- i77ffi iiJ z f f ME vs=LEAfij11 p ISeRINaFIELD WASHNGrrON COUNTYKENTUCKVr Iti 11 aw6rk Srimagriffara1 the c4chiflOuthb Deputyp LjPtaYetjfl VPRESBYTERIAN bB4PTIST Ut iLU3 rc11 Children CASTORIA Vif v Kentucky Crop Reportf Frantffort KyJtily ZThe June crop report IojKentuct as compiled by Cprnmlsfioner of Agriculture Mcankin iis a sj follow ifOATS 4 iOne of the best crops of oats that has been raised in Kencuc ky for the past ten years iis shown by the crop reports fox this pnootb and a larger acreage is shown The reports show that this crop has suffered lejss from excessive rains and coolj weather than almost any other Jcfop ii1diWfthtplenty of Son shine and dry gather for har vesting the Prop the farmers will derive mbfd from tIe present at crop thanfrom anv rop for many years The condition a parcentage for thOwhole State of 94- TOBACCO l The largest acreage of tobacco ISTeported a having been planted than for many years on i account of being set late arift d with favciraQledweather condi tions there should be moret pounds of itdbacco raised j acre yet the quality no dhubt il be somewhat inferior WHEAT l There remains much wheat be cui Some fields ate v tfb irregular and thin Some eldsl that looked l badly three weeks ago have turned out fairly wellIIll he rust has affected the wheat c but little and no reports qft scjale have been madeas there were at this time lastyartjli k condition of wheat as shown ythe reports is 80 pEr cent of C ayerage crop l COHN i Corn throughout theSttt1is j somewhat discouraging and is ata least ten to lteendays late bhecooltirded the growth of the early planted corn considerably Sjmg a great de1of it toJbe pIaif- tdthesecondtime and the con ition shows an average of4tj per cent at the present timer which is considerably lower han an average crop of precd ing yearseNepoloons Grit waeTbf the unconquerable never ayi diei kindtbekind that you pded most when you have a bad cold cough orlI lung1 disease Suppose troches g- ough syrups cod liver pil or doctors ave all failed dont Ipse heartfj hope Take Dr Kings New Dis Cbyery Satiefaction is ucrent ed when used for any throat qr lungv trouble It has saved tbouaande of j palesssuterers It masters stub born colds Obstinate coughs hevmor rhages la grippe crGU a3thma hayl fever tnd whooping haIjd i the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 50c 8100 TrialJ tfbttle free atHaydon RobertBpn Death of Mrs Bhillips fl Jtoclock Mrs Eusebig Phillips died atheig residence on ees Main street in i this city followihga four weeks qbeenseveral years Mrs PiIpsn was 69 years of age andwas a daughtert of Capt and Mrs ohpA Burton of Perr7ille and a sister of the late Judge R A Burn In Aprilv 3863 shett w s1 married to the latq Mrv James G Phiflipsand has since reside 1 in thishrommunityoi The funeral services were con ducted at her late residence Tuesday morning by Rev W P Baird and Rev 0 H grather rJthe presented former pastorof the Methodist church of Leban on of which Mrs Phillips had supIporfof which church she had so liberally contributed and inter ment was in Ryder cemetery Deceased is survived by a Sibjj ter Mrs Augusta Eobards of Hendersonville N Owandfour children Msk E N Hundley Miss Bird PhillpsandMessrs- Jobn3 and T EQ Phillipsof this l of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts Bruises abrasidnspraine or wounds that demand Bucklens ArDica Sz lye earths greats heat er Quick Belief and prompt cure re suits For burns boils sores of all Jdtids eczema chapped lizthds andl 1cornslt8 meJSurestRobe tsQn ill DIED AII i I HARRODSBURC i i iWi HMorganta Former Refidenfcpfuthis County A death that has cause universal sorrow is that of Mr W a flMorgan who passed away Tuesday night about 12 oclock after an illness of only about fortyeight hours Sunday while at church he jjvis stricken wltti paralysis and sliortlypass ed into unconsciousness from which be never rallied Apparently hA was in his usual health when he went to Sunday school where he taught a class fb tlxtyjfl which he was t fore service began he spoke of being drowsy During service it was noticed that lie seemingly Gozeda 1towas over he Had to be assisted unsjnediatelyi to a physicians office who pronounced afflietiou to iIbelater sldnesstibert groeeryI iin firm of Morgan Bros lived here abput ten years benug a native of Washington h Iiivein all good movements and identinl S ofthelitPYn t ISIwilbthatISIISBI y ThursdaYJafternoon bSmithittakj itbrotheran 1O ttrain to the residence of hisi l CIintepedburg cemetery A number of- elatives as accornpauiedtheqand beautiful floralofferrogji bore mute testimony of the love and of ilisfriends1 He leaves a wifebutno children Harrodsburg Herald Mr Morganvds well known thy in this cbuuty iaving ben eo aged in the Dry Goods business eral1yearsHe to wth whom he dealt As a Re publican he ran for Repr sent live in the Legislature a4was elected being the only Repub lican elected to that office in this county for a long time In 1897 b he ran for County Judge on the Republican ticket but Was def ated Those Pies Of BoyhoodH- ow delicious were the dies tff boy hood No pies ii1fuver taste so ood whats changed tbe pics No- mits you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidney the regular bbwles of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you olame the food Whats A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of dt estr Stomach Liver Kidneys ti Bowels Try them Theyll rest9re yorirboyhoodappetite and appreciation of fo aland fairly saturate your body with rjew health strength and vigor Spc at Haydan Robertson ll Goes Through Bridge Last AvccV uiraction ehginbe4 f longing io Maupin Bros fell through abridge en thel Gbanpn and Campbulfs il e 1 urnpike and Mbupm liowjas dnivin the engine was c jiisideraifv bruised the engine sJiJ htiy dnaged and the brirlgcf dtmolrfched The aceicleni t aj nd ubout 5 miles from Gaiipbiiisvni i near the home of Mi Dne Murshall A J force of htu is were soon sum moned and after working and t tugging for nearly a whole day the engine was taken out nc ti y much wotse off for its going down The young man is about ovier hisi i jbriesftbenpike P9 h ae a nev bidge ott of an oill one a nd everyone fej glad thatchings are as thy are JJanipjb jllsville Enquirer 1jByer y Body Satisfied Who has tried Dr Bells HoneyforcpughBKcolds lagrippe or any throat cr bronchial troublel G6t bottle today Sola everywhere Look for tIe bell on the bottle fr IJ CRfcA4MDF HOPS ft 01tAnd5Like Concoctions OstI jJ Not Be Sold in Local 4 Option Territory Last irIC1ay Attorney Gener4l i Breathitt decided that N Beerand similar drinks cap not be sold in local option terrl tory under the soft drint1icensqH The following statement has- been issued by the Attorney eneral This department through tthrney General Breath itt him ell has paeequpollthe matter finally to the effect that drinks Iy not be sold under the Soft Drink License that could prdh duceintbxiction As local op on territprr increases in extent this State it is reasonable ton anticipate ia endeavor viiI p adeto of place such drinksjas are described bejfore the public and such a way as4o subject those Iwho may indulge in them to no of social condemnation and s alleged innocence will actually rove more pernicious to thell oung if allowed than the open ninto which the same peoa 9 might never think of goings tileicliur the law or the highw Sl court makes af distinction l authorizing the sale of malt obeverageswill be the ruling of this irt Jrpartmant that they are tot atNunder ra hplyinai erise rhaving Unit appreciable uantity at all events in them wouid create even in largey ntites any degree of intoxica tion BarrodsburgRept1b1ican Hefting Ecxema Washed Awayg Is it worth 25 cents to you to stop at j awful agonizing Itch Surely yriH spend 25 cents unour drjng giats recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible Aching1 eruption By arrangement with the D D D j Laboratories of Chicago we are able make a special otTer of a 23cenb bottle of their oil wintcrgrecn compound known as D D D Prescrlp tion Call or write or plephone to Haydon Kooertson AVe absolutely know that the itch is stopped AT ONCE by D D DPre scription and the cures all seem e permanent i New Trestle I1 i The trestle iiar town on tile Springfield branch Railroad will bednished this week The work en will then go to Beeck Forko between Bardstown and Springfield where they will erect an iron trestle over the Beech Fork river Thte structure was letmoved from over Salt river apme i 1e airoknd a morecommodious structure erected there The new bridge just erected is a a handstme stricture and swns made by the Auerican Bridge 1 Co ilt is capable of holdingthe f j 1arno doubt provertfuite a convenien to the railroad as they were un ableto haull lar r loads hereto ore2avd CW Standard r Have Your Gjbthest Pressed l 11J4JWe can Dro s 6ur oldsuit tjna miko it look nsspnxl as new Call ani give5 UI trial at our place of y business ovt r Currys grocery r5 trance first door below Clerks oftice Tile Louisville Pressing Co rWeak ThroatWeak LingsC- old after cold cough after coug1 Troubedl with this takingcold habit Better break it up We have great confidence in Ayers Cherry Pectorfi thii wI o medicine like it for weak throats arrv u A1iJ your doctor for his opinion II ttQ l I t Ji- l HIs approval is valuable Folow hi V n t No alcohol in tlits cough medici e 19JAhYayskeepagO Takettdi i tiU tI 1 i the bctlaxatIve for this Ayers Pi1s PkLr 1 WAS UI NGTONI OOUNTY BOY Murdered By a Cowardly MpfratjXejvj o last Friday k 0INight The remains iof young Carl t Etherington thje League detective1 whoanH8alonjj at Newark Ohio night by a rbobj arrived here theresfcor J Ihlmattir a large cipwd was at depot when the train arrived The coffin was opened and the body identified by his lather Thq young manwas bcrn and reared near WUiisburg and was 17 yearsof age and a son of Mr- ndMrs Hartwell Ether ington e was a bright boy and was universally recogniz das a good honest and law abiding citizen and much indignation is felt here that he should have beep the victim of a lawless and cow ardly moo His father is att prominent farmer and business an of the Willisbu rg neighbir ood Mrs Etherington the mother of tbe unfortunate young i an is critically ilr as the result the treatment accorded her son by the mob and is under the constant care of a physician 2BOIoclock e WbrelcordpCt bjRevTlargest crowd that ever attended funeral in Wjllisburg was prpsnf Many expressions of- ympathy were heard and all- ittiofit regard to class loud in condemnjng the yereff c the officials of ickiriig county hio jr I The following specials from ewark tells = thea horrible I ffair k 4 1 j fj f Newark 0 July 8Carlg JEtherington twenty two years old employed Thursday night by ihStatet AntiSaloon Lea ue as a blindtiger raider was Jynche4 here I 1085 oclock to night following a day of almost continuous rioting The heavy doors of the Licking county jail were 5attertddown j and Ether ingion was dragged from his t celt He was shot kicked and- ruised before the street was reached and the finish followed quickly EtlieringtOQ early in the evening confessed he killed William Howard proprietor of tho Lat Chance restaurant and rormer Chief of Police in a raidv of alleged speakeasies in a raiding scuiile at 130 oclock this afternoon and narrowly es aped lynching at that time When news from the hospital that Howard had died passed ver the city at 9 oclock tonight the fury of the mob took d tinjteJ form Large battering rams were directed upon the doors of be jail and the deputies were powerless the doors fOil after nearly an hours attack Crying piteously Etherington curlyh aded JKentuckian vboi bas been serving asa strike rejker since he was released from the Marine service three months ago was dragged forth- I didnt mean to do it he wailed His cries fell upon deaf ears Fearing that thd mob spirit would not be satisfied by one victim Sheriff Linke immediate ly asked Adjutant General ray brecht for troops to protect six other dry raiders held at the city prison in anbthersection of the town A hurried guard Hyas thrown out in their d efetfse The mob after the first t sterolt blood seemed to quietbut iit is feared that they will storm jtie ntght111dilisbed Ethriugrons last naoments while he jeard the mob batter ing down tt e floors tti praying and wri wetspent tis parents Jlarm near WillAsburg Ky wihl uiiottir say wben dhe of tbisU liekept jailerIi did not resis the detectives when they fin it red his place on the out skirts of Vhe city He it ssaitrj1rj hoeverj put bis arms Etheringtonfas if to hold him whereupon the officer fired a ballet into ills heaJ Striking Haltimore and Ohio railway emploveV delarathal Etherington recently camer to Newark as a strikebreaker land that ill feeling growinl out of the strike liintetisifiedvthatt duevto the raids today Although the mobabout the jail tonight is menacing no effort has been made to call du hoops c Tbe detectives whp made tl- rahsarriyed o this morning armed with search and seizure warrants lJItke first saloons visited was that of Louis Bblton where a bar tender Edward McKehta was hit ov rtJie head with brass s knuckles The detective who bit hitrf was pursued by a crowd of people who quickly assenlbl qd and he was rescued by tbQ a p i ewjthdifficulty The b officers wereLfollowed by the mob jo the jail Licking county of which Ne a wark is the county seat is dry in uqder theRose localloptton laww but AntiSaloon League officials declare the Jaw is iiot enforced Wa ne a Wheeler State SufcSr trit days situation was brptjght about by alleged negligence on h the part of Mayor Athertpn in pot upholding the Jaw Wheel r said that the detective brought Here for the raids today ui were secured at Cleveland e r PP I GfnWeYbrechtJ officials particularly Sheriff William Links are responsible for the lynching of Detective p flCarlHe wtijSQ report to Gpv Harmon st The lyriching eaily could have been prevented says Gen V Coeybrecht IIjence Jf troop3 had been called is for when they should have been tbd State of Ohio would not now Itbe ciigritcedjoi Sheriff Litike did not call out the Newark company ot the Ohio National Guard G 8f the Fourth Regiment Capt Priest says he notjeven st the Armory in case of emergencyi The Eubanks anilmob law passed at the last session of the legislature provides for imme diate suspension of the Sheriff in cases where he does not protect E prisoners in His cUitodySnsJ pension js followed by a heaiing abwtoretbe Work Hours A Day The busiest little things verlmi de PllJsEveryvpillhealth that changes weakness Into Jfagl i J patton Headache Chills Dyspepsia Mararia 25c at HaVdon Robertson j i Well Known Man Dead fMrTuesday evening at 630 oclock at the residence of his souifllwgi jTTj Knott Avenue of infirmities hitt cident to old itge he being 84 e years old Mr Fowler badv ived practically his whole lifettn this city and was until a fetyears asro engaged in the 1IJasa ateringn1justesteemed by the whole cpramu nity The funeral serviced were conducted by RevS Father Ho garty at St August5nechurph yesterday morning andi intjer meut was in St Augusting ceme tery Deceased is snryived by five children Mesdames John Barr and Percy 3owmanr MIis 1 Rosa Fowler and vMr ViF I Fowler of this city and Mr R q Fooler of Louisville The sorrowing relatives hive th sympathy off many friencls Lnbanon alcpav JJ 1i A in KIn tI BotiL l tetnaj nc1textrj1 daily by a1m0 te E b ttleoVDr nellsryiSffdr allkinisof b rternally for cuts birn psslaiI all pains Strongly tantpjtl t teyery where w P11IAtrLSi 4 IXVII DT1ST wiN tt EwDISWVI citgLebannfal3bnA leelIing l MttEDfY NlutlTII RAINI ttt1 tWill hi tewen Ktipwn Colored Manl Killed tSunkfNight I inLlastSundty night the body pf Will White a wellkftqwn1 l wasfonddyi4ipn distance below tha depot tiewho reached i im first tttiU that e wiis breathing when flY1 i discovered tejvferedacrnshed skull The Tn dications being that bebiLabeenJ J truck Jby some hard ts5ib taice Blood stains found on oiieoff tthe a cars showed that the trainvad struck him It WAS tartt posIly t The Coroners Jnqiieat was o held Monday afidnidqrlmou tal testimony introduced order to ascertain ato who as responsible for his deal m the Jury returned va verdict A hnding that White came to hi4 death by baingr struck by the ain White was an industrious citizen well know in SpringQeld Severall gearsagote was engaged in adiflSculty l tiedreceiver1which disabled him somewhat llndremainder of his days On a wood i p peg thisseCtttionput together and tfnctirhle llas t fey years was supposed to be rincurable For a great many yearsSoctots pro- ounced ita localI disease and pre scribed local remedies ant liycdo antly failing to cure rJth local treutmeut pronounced it Incurable t i Science has woven catarrh to be a dIsease and thtr fore requires constitdliohal Hreattieat altts Catarrh Cure manufaBtorfed F J Cheney Got Toledd OIlOA the only constitutional cure joU the market It is taken iinterjially in doses from 10 dropstote spoon qlaacts directly otf tbeblbsd and mud 8jp1Ter F case it fails to cure Send for clrcu J I lars anp testinonialsI 3 Atldress F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio SOld byrdgglst76c Taks Halls Fainily iPilkfot to I ipation rill JL ValleyIJiilC Jff Mr and MrBiWHl MoranMr ddKelIy wife and little son oosephnd Willie Moran dinedwith Mf jdavj 1 Mr T C TatUTD wife ntt winsome little daughter ar d relatives in Louievillec Mr Louis Ballard and brother uLos SuVday t tItMjss Jejint Qp tJeypit tie pas week eatthe4iothe of Mr Palmer Goatley Mr Cleft Big hesgAia w ean and Pearl Goatley rJjj Mrs Palmer Goatley and JetJ Goatley attended the Jtomttfif iven by Mr Joseph Settjt rietr Booker Saturday A ashryM J the Beechbad been contpIM d bntWIngi 10 ili lniJtweather tecompny r ptRl tothe hoof Mr Bettlei taking the already prepared Basket ud enjoy cl aday there Miss ViTgioia lPo rtorLouisville fs thegae8feot ler grandparents Mr anelMr i Montgomery ReexL A number from hje ttaa4 the ch drrf 4 tNow Hope Huniayif tinfntBkjri Mis Ella Sfeafty Wtel rar- will have charge of tht Jail Itrn of school Iiere7blit hv i t learned a to whea itwE wilt Wr ull Mr EdarGLtyt wifs anc children and Ernst Goi4ly wi wiTe sperrnday iIs M- rit6s Eeed and wife ner Booker rtahter Gry M thi sick list fCtP Goty i4 vMMr W i 80 ibia b 0 It r a Yijp lJfD fii ii i NOW X v t tVthe p 01I 1 Ai fu UIW tnMoblie la tt hrsurrey hiil 4odlE bh air1nfew I s l rtunMeLy o oss wa Ii ritt r i 14 Cujak A4dAacth nta d 1jYGLlk J tJMt best took for tebelI 7ft ttLht L LiC LUJ 11 4 M0b4 M f verss1thr 9lJJfr 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Iiail msy ftjNHiaM M ilia 9 pr 1ril uc e owrIii skai- uiog sa tok1 t o e kilUdeay Jef wyoi sj y to tll 1 wnJ r igu1 t aid Of Si I Y t ettkI1 Jr v I Mh t J St JwIij llrl i NUS MWi 1R17IJk2S t t 1yv5 ho- to the for trip w- ondroaly2OIghtfor pOlSS ct 4TrainJuno a r 6i reloro It GIIOniCSftVes etbtriaiiIirMd gdraIt k a bo TW NEWS I SWWMCPUILD KYnotpr K jpwvUTumvaAT f u IIII LW JtSEN PliW tAr d Pb1Srswas if 1 Cf TVI7Y JULY 14 IVWjIk r TW Newark Tragedy it W re sqffOMi to e living CyhM oowitry dIn a drlttM W and we raJ il f to jwUf wwl anadijK with horror sUttf oqht of ihtln earakMB iaiioH days of the AMMtioaa lacUaaa MTIKM and fbtstory of tbr rtiga of terror in Fra diwbwi the afreets ofr s Pfcria ran with hamaa blood are fVyjaoat aM repvIaiVe to oi ror 1w aeaaieilitieaaiidwefind our aelrat i iaC the tboHght 3 itei stk tfaMe arfcxlyerpast J MMl well a certain HOIeiearity ia the belief that civilI I MO JMM displaoei Mvagery aa4 that tb Tights of life and 1Ute are Jortiied by the miniI ats1iW la lie that Wii f ka profreeeed from all that 1 att we are awakened from Our tfta irea of peaceful securityr byIk feofliag of an angry mol sad the pdt cries of a t spetip IrGM hrt eyes wailingII q Therpractl1wltMoof JttiMUL bjMu stay we nOLi i6w4 16op H que tionastoJi 1i f wkMkM this is procror re 2 rsfliaEtwhMob lawieMYsr justifiable l awl iK ob liststar taken hu I r ghotgTMscJertauMrte yictm who suffers at t comtbf 6 ieelre for jaetice Its only j motive is revenge Yet however there maybe mitigating circum sa oes with even a sobs actionf t Staceciaw bat in the Newark Ohio case however we can find noif w mitogatingi circnmatancee Tor begin With we ha TeaUdry 1 Jtowja t svfJeriBg in a most accra fiwm those evils which a town is heir to namely j ulPIk easeeorin Eentacky vparlaaoe blind tigers The b 1rg1ar officers of the town have 10 1lwa no disposition to 3 iaWfere with the illagal traffic t pecUl detectives are employed LI OSdtWhOflLit a curly heed d abiJKwitvcky mother True toIhis 4thI aa aaoftcial he proceeds tot ci Aiaebarge his daty be encounters j T the iiCciltm which every man doeaWbb has to do with the law IMSY First we find him Tucke by a MgrOi then a white man a 4Lformer chief of police throws his arm about him For what Was it the embrace of a friends aadwt motive had he other tham barm aid taking in the ssrosnes of the situation the i yoviig man did what anyone to t wbald bays done under similatsteJ circumstances fired to sayelhis wiitdexso aoibing fartnertban that he was j former chief of police and a man of some prominence But Ihis coBiaot oa the fatal day was svcfc as to justify any man espe ciallr aa officer in taking his tilo life The fact that he was a former peace officer makes his coict all the more inexcusable iaoel aggravated on his part for kis rKwvance to a representative of the law Sammed up the kill iag was plainly a case of justifi 1 able self defense Then when De tOltate boy was arrested r v tNanig mob paced the E wfIxhalf a 4y and not y tW aligktest effort was made by ttteoai whose duty it was to pro t viAe for his protection Aye ottoers of the city and county Jj oj kaew the situation you J kaew the impending danger why d1dnt yoi call t or heap If you were aoable to handle iho altua- Vtio1 Why didatyou call for the troops that would have been so f gladly famished by those higher J ofteiakofthe State who do be The ftia law eaforcemeat nd the prof ecikp of human life Why t waatbere not guard selected Jt4j xfoom the rood ctis off the i Alw Law amd Ors4aegu ij kfjt iJ i4ist e w rejo f 7or what pur j t psee were yeM organised Was irrVjife sUiMlrfly bywliflea mas kbralaUfMi uamercif illy tor f t rMipM bo death md thea 1i 1 tofonta from joer obscuri ou of1 tooedo ieMI le fciM beveft ones Law Sa 4 Orfsr Leaftae What Bet Ii1 bit ys HE- leTllortily At Isle sase 1M iM e i 11 I given yourseives and that harm Ij less boy would today hayebeen alive and Licking county would stand disgraced befor the world Go bIde yourselves And waere were the Sheriff and tjis depete Where was the police force Ii ever dtevenawordopoteae sberiif who as coasfrvator of the c and the jjailer as his cus todiaaj and keeper whose duty it was to have protected him at the risk of their lives struck not one blow in bis defense made no protest but by their mobJr consent Aye you may say you were powerless so jis any official who lays down But did you try to protect him Did heyouWbYdldntyoumakeralP to defend nim and thefind whether you were powerless no Why didnt you shoot When the mob was tthe jail working for two hours break the door there tryingte time to have collected a guard Not event a large one would rhave been necessary The sher ffs and the police force wouldl have been sufficient For a skots fired and a few dead fin would have been sufficient t0of have cooled the ardorof the mob And the cold blooded coolness of a Mayor who after making a ech retired to his couch and Ised to allow the boys peril to ruffle his peaceful slumbers rapb came the jail bars were bre StakingMayc1eepsthC e murderers are at their The Mayor still sleeps He ose duty it was to have been most alcef ul has left the bo- isto h fate Trulyjwill not the st of murdered Etherington nt his pillow for years toe and cry out to bim Sleep moreThe n mob tis said was 50D strong we would rather not bev lieve tnia to be true for wet reA gre that anywhere in the United tes there 8a town the size Newark in winch 500 such men could be found Five hun dred cowardly murderers drag ginga boy forth and murdering him in cold blood Cowards who even took their wives along and their children so that they might learn tbeirfirst lesson in crimea and incredible as it maf seem cutting mementoes from the pole which died a bettor man than any who would even indorse his taking off iis But fortunately justice is not dead in Ohio and the good law ding element of Ohio and of bu Licking county are no willing t so heinous a crime should be unpunished and its perpetra tor vieHarmon is showing that he is j al to the situation He has taken a stand in favor of law enhiforcement by suspending the jsteadj pro curing the arrest of several men charged with the murder of Etherington The Governor Is be commended for taking the ps hehas and we beleivehe ll be able to bring the murHrers to justice and to repair in far as human justice can the a injury that has been suffered CryFOR Iw Q ASTORIA = Washington County Boy 0Murdered 1 By Mob Continued from First Page iIrb follgwing letter was re ceivediDy M t jBTarfcweil Ether lng ton from W B Wheeler superintendent of Jbe Ohio Anti Saloon League Ohio AntiSaloon League- ColumbUJOMr Harttell Etherington Willisburg Ky Dear Sir As I understand ye are the fatber of Mr Carl Ether ingtn who was lynched las night at Newark O A great many conflicting statements have gone into the papers concerning what vour son was sup posed to have said just before WvS killed The men who were nearest to him give me ini formation that makes me believe died like a hero rather than a coward I hope that you willI not consider the services in asunIworttiy of a son of yours IHe was deputized as a special officer and was killed whi doing his dutyJ I believe lIej outcome ofvty all willbe a better law enforcement and a condition of affairs in this pa the State Kindly express Mrs Etherington my deepest sympathjMnjthe loss which you have sustained in his deathI You will both however have the satisfaction of knowing that he died in an effort to do duty and to have the laws of ate of Ohio enforced YoursI very cordially W B WHEELER Superintendent and Attorney I CARL ETHERINGTON Many messages of sympathy d condolenee have been eherceived at the JEtherington home one being a telegram from the Licking County Jaw and Order League of Newark Ohio wb bed LasNewark Ohio July 11Mra- nd Mrs Etherington Wil isL largand Order League representing thousands of our best citizens and recognizing the greatser ce rendered by your son Carl Etberingion in the interest of law and order in the county ex press their pr found regret at s tragic death and tender their ncerest sympathy to you invis hour of your sorrow b LICKING COUNTY LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE EveryBody Satisfied Who has tried Dr Bells ineTar ey for coughs colds lagrippe or t any throat cr bronchial trouble Get bottle today Sol J everywhere Look for tbe bell on the bottle FOR SALE Old fashioned cherry bed and dresser and One atalnuts this officerr tttt 4I Fredericktowh r1cNic I i In the Shady Grove of Holy Trinity Church at Fredericktown SSaturday July 30th determinedtothe best and banner picnic of this iection 4MusitH1 bya IouisYiUta picnicdinnerThre Will be no raffle and nobIoGood order as usual will be enforced V tft fJ COMMITTEE I r t w t Ii One Way to Make Everybodyz Happy Please the whole family today by brJnging home a Joaf of DoHy Bread J They all will like the taste pf bread inade with malt and witE the moisture baked in by superheated steam For Dolly Bread is made in a new wayit is baked in great 10Umoist with a flavor that is simply delicious Dolly BreadIl greatjbakeries j almost as quickly as it does the gr crightin Louisville The forty expert bakers of the Grocers Baking Company will work for you at Sc a daythink how much that means Isnt that ja whole lotbetter than letting your wife bake in a hot kitchen stove And even then t eroi4noi bread quite so good as Dolly SOLD BY MCELROY SHADER Springfield KyS = Fenwick Mr and Mrs W T Barked and ytoMrs Dolph Barrack t Mr and Mrs J E Harmon spent Sunday in Mackville Mr and Mrs Frank Graves pleasentlIS BlleI j Graves and family Saturday and Sunday 4Mr apd Mrs I oyd Fenwick and two sonS spent Sunday with 4aMMisses Ethel and Verna Rog ers were in Springfield Saturday afternoon Mrs Zelpha Matberly rand daughtsr Mary Alice and Miss Mary Rowe spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Penwicli and family NanmeI Mrs Ethel Barker and chiK dren and Mrs Teresa Graves were the guests of Mrs J S Fenwick and family Tuesday Messrs Sidney Smith and Par kar Badgett were n our midst Sunday Joaeph and Edgar Graves spent Sunday with their sister Mrs James Lanbam ed0Missschool here Monday wei wish her much success Mr Jack Spaldinghas returh home after a few days stay in Misses Annie Shewmaker a ouise Fenwick spent one day st week with Mr and Mrs W M Nail y and family Miss Myrtie Perkins was the pleasant guest of Miss Ethqll Crumes Saturday afternoon Mr Clarence Graves and Miss Lena Cissell spent Sunday at M thclntireMr and Mrs Elmer Andersonlt as in Springfield Saturday on alusinessMr and Mrs J D Barker c ire1k atTatham Spribgs this week All Skin Disease Yield readily to treatment with Dri Bells Antiseptic Salve We guaren edeevasspentSunday SbnMIs Sarah Reed spent Satur day with her sister Mrs JJ anDKelley Misses Gladys Walker and Grace Sh han were the guests of l r t 7TbO ladS 8m KIdiej i Troiib and Nee SispwttlA Sow To PIM Oat tPilla youwaterhourtUun brick dust sedi ment or settling stringy or milky Sindicates appearanceofteu an un healthy condi tionofthel kid neys too fee qnent desire to pass it or pain in back are also symptoms that tell yo Ithe kidneys and bladder are out of order need attention What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so t often expressed that Dr Kilmers f dyulfillsmgheumatismr Iy5iverbladderandeverypartofthenrin aendaed wiueorbeeroftent1uough miimeSandimmediatei I soon realized It stands the highest be causeofits remarkable h dealtherties Ifyou need a p medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in a 1ndtumtttsmuapx You may have a sample bottle sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co liag1 Ihamton aDd paperememberthename rip K BiaghamtoNV i 1 Mi doWssSunday Mr Batty Scannell and sontheJoseph visited his mother last week Mis Harvey VanArsdale last Monday for Columbia Ky where she will visit her sister Little Nat Thompson of Evansville Ind is the guest R winvrnondMiss Caroline Jones of Louis ville is spending the sumJI wi outhMr Antin Noe spent sev rainys last w ekwith Mr and Mrs S 0 VanArsdale MissLogan Neal spent Mon day night with Miss Della Ray Gr egorymyIMr Dan Kelly and ar visited Mr andMrs JR Reed las astMisses iSophronia and Kate Medlev spent Thursday Viuu41her Mrs J Qi Polinft Mr John Grigsby had a valu able horse killed by i lightning one day last wlek Mr Jeff Goatley spent sev days in our vicinity last week Mr Fred VanArsdale was in VMackville Thursday t Messrs James Williams and 0 Stagg visited Mr Charlie IU weekI d at the EtheringtonWiIlisburg teamtIcame tbisplace Saturday and drossed bats wijth the Litsey Stars and as usual the Litsey Stars yere victorious and suc ceededj iin giving Tablow a white wash the spore being 5 to Oin favor of the home team Tab low certainly came to win as they hacjall the base ball talent in atWend of Washington and Mercer county Chris James the ex Harrodsburg twirler came ong to perforn at the slab for reaJizedBe the mighty Jeffries that base balj pitcher as well as prize fighter cannot come back n He was assisteed in pitching by Derling VanDyke who perform for the Litsey Stars bad the visitors completely at his mercy they never had a chance tto i store We think it would l eou untilbt frost falls before thY venture thouthi l Two in Ono r BcHsAnMPaijn is both an Inter nall and external remedy It is j antiseptic Remedy and destroys dl t sease jferms Sold everywhere on a poiliye guarantee Keck3iDteslat The following are the dates ty fixed for holding the Kentuckyf It airs for 1910 as far as reportedI Officers of fairs are requested Ifreport to us any omissions or t correction of datest LancasterJuly 273 days seVersaillesDanville 4ugusi 38 days Berea August43daysL- exington August 86 daysj JHarrodsburgi J Vancebnrg August 104 daysj an 5dtjys5 Shepherdsville August 17B tK EeaysmShelbyvilleSpringfield August 244 days 30aaaysBardstownAu HodgenviUe September 6 of aysprdaysKentucky th lie Sepfc ember 126 days DjtllaluJ M EA IN Yfl3N- SAVESSHIPATSES At AP EARaj TO YOUNG SEAM N DREAlM AND WARNS HIM foi DANGER BARELY AVETSA CRASH Wman Herself Also Dreamed on the Sonlcoasters es pecially the hardheaded downeast superstitionsdeep Watermen they are not all so Inteijse praCtical that they cant take a useful hint ySterlousout of Bangor today who believe all that they see or hear in dreams and down at Castihe lives a man who tells earnestly of how hip vessel and all hands were saved py a vision his own mother appearing to him In the dead of night after having called his name In vain and pointing off to wind ward where a big hip was bearing n upon them ie Is Capt J A Websterbut let him tell his own story III shipped on board avessel called Grand Turk commanded byCapl John P Nichols in Searsport in 1 She was what they called a brli Une fullrigged brig forward fore and ftaft mainsail on the mainmast with top sail and top gallant sail with high quarter deck for cabin steerage the sailors in the forward end ran rom main deck about three feet high ofOIl was twentytwo years old ter the of 1843 went to New Orleans for a load of molasses for New York The second day out the wind came shertiwest Had to put her on the d to beat out In the afternoon the wind blew smart and we bad to take all the light sails and put her un der snug sail for the night There upnightIt was my watch below from 8 to 12 and I was pretty sleepy The first thing that I knew I heard sharplyIt was very dark in our room As soon I opened my eyes I saw the image of my mother as plain as could be with a terrible look of fear and grief face standing at the foot of ii steps to the companlonway SI mIlooked at me and then pointed hi hand away off to the wlndyar toward the starboard bow as we were on that tack and vanished instantl- yI started upon the run barefooted deckloadalup forerigging about tent five feeti I could hear around a soux resembling thunder in the distance I avHard Up on Your Helm did not seem to feel nervqus or ex cited The sound kept growing loud er then I khew there was a vesseli coming fpr us and it was pretty dark Presently I could see the water sparklinglike rIghttorright between thq two masts or near e mainmast As soon as I could see what It was best to do I halloed as loudly as I could to the man at the wheel Hard up your helm for Gods sakeease off on the main sheet 11paidThen I saw a light on the bow and heard a man pass the wordS alt The ship swung to the jibs rattled the wind and could hear men talk g and could see several lights on J board and by that time we were pret well out of her way This war air done In leas time than it takes to tc l1i Imyexpectedtoehe dreamed that she uuw a great ship that was going to run down our ves and it cared her almost to death ther said she called my name out several times in her sleep Mans Feathered Friends agreedthatbirdse excess of insects and that they aintain the balance between plant caterllarsItQuJddestroyre of cultivated land The Insect pulatlon of a elnglcf cherry tree in sted with aphides has been estl is ated by a prominent entomologist At less than bird pop ulatlon of districts has been 12000001The 700 to 1000 a Is small wo compared insects yet as each bird consumes hundre4s Insects every diy the latter arbth evented from becoming the scourge Is t4eyenemies A Reminiscent Compliment bioCmIekerTbey gumakeliday occasion i1o oOkerWouldnt It besingulaI1V ItProprllteI tX V y Dioonlntinn ColoUIOoUIUllUII Odlc INOF iI i i if Crawfo dBrotersi0t St LambertY i j tr f Jersey HorQ1 l Consisting of 40 high bred reieIedcat and six high grade cows fr Thursdayy JUly j419Q9 r VlBeainhingat One oclock pmbharps v Every Jersey owned by the Crawford Brothers will t l be 101dThia includeshe pureStfalLXJJJidairiLItradeAlsoi portage euline Engine and one portable Wilder Whirlwind orEnsilage and Fodder CutterIi For cata1ocaewnte CRAWFORD BROS Lebanon Ky f iI vii TT r NOTICEThe following few items we desire to call your attention to whereby you can save Money and at the same time I reliable goods v et1 I See our Blue 1 Enameled Ware ldII A new lot of WaterI foolers Get our prices on Roofing and I 1rPlumbingi Perfection- Call nd see our l Oil Stoves z DIAMOND EDGE Razors See our line of s OKrcezrsI 1L BNtoaL Call and see us when in towh V 11 LSHULTZ tE YEI Ii r 1 YOL CAN HAVc I Warm Rolls Pies Creamy Light 71 i SaiLRyeBread T everyrftorning at U oJcio kfQY I phoning or calling at iJ J r Katie HertIein Bros S tFt ff r I Ph one 69iI I t rOnofour Grape Juicel t9 Jd J I CURTISS ON AN AERIAL W AJ1 warktaiirttyi l tqMttoned otillFmThis Is the ideaS of GtejM H CrQ jMir tJin a battle with an aerial fleet More than 1000 aeroplane esah hwntfcM for the price Of a single bstttMhip te MikI was much interested to UM l mewiaftWFlorida I heartily subscribe to ilMi lN J1fJ we are making to defend MIf eottntry aggression But I do Rot beIIV that going aoout it la the right way In view 1C conditions Battleships have been Impressive eaflBM of war tot LT practically5ne It Is as sure as death wad taxes tat tt dMUp tsupersede thegroat I aImagineYork Suppose it consists of some of the moK JoOwet jp li 1 like theiFlorlda 4uldEach fs able to carry 200 pounds of bomb Bdmbs were used in the Soutk Are irpv whichsd ifia an ten pounds TJioywere jnsde of liferic eC4 fti Sue M ifcnothing mote tleadly Theml sllM JM be ImrM down rget IS a war vessel with irt tprcferfe IDurIng the day the semi1amsoeW Harat it i JTMt 7 could be painted the color of te Ay 9cfercttte liQfcoittii i3sould discern the mos jultollk J lyirti 1tb s ropbMMt M ML w the warship to pieces Jiefiri flif fclp cottMlrtMr KV d lfr- ns into action th aeroplane wo4bo oit a4 ff K f Before another year bw iMMJ away jnwiy MttMM irQI M ii Is O j pflIs1ajJ f t1 VJ WI tTo BURTON paNT DiTISTr imTMEXtMcTEDfg I IfrI4OLJT PAINJ J J i 1e ekairars BP1IIN0F1ELD XY ii Clal Work Strictly sf Firitclawi 4 R JC MUDD- f I llnieiu ud surgeon r OSc ori 8 to 9 am lE tflto 2 pm 7 joover HayJion Drugstore- r and Ji fRJ IL tampton MD tilOtelltlse l o e tie tt f Residence No3S FGRIGSBY ID1 TTQHNEY AT LAW s1Neryr POJlksjRak 7a 1 i IPIUXGFIXLD KY Dr W W HYATT CNBe over Red Cross ruma Stork OfBo hours Hyatt 1080 11to 12 m 4 tp 5 pm OIINlrMAYfS a are fUlEBAL yiliECIOR FMIIAMERt eery TELEPHONEfDAY19iVIGHT T4 a J SSPRfflGFELDn Railroad Schedule Following Is the time schedule J BOW in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 pin Bardstown Junction 522 pii Bardstowa 6G6 p m arrivis at Springfield 855 p m i No 42Leaves Springfield atI600 am Bardstown 645 a m v Bardi town Junction 730 a m drives at Louisville 820 a m 9 No 43 Leaves Louisville at- M 1 20 a m Bardstown Junction 855 am Bardstown 1005 a m dent arrives at Springfield 1140 p m JNo44eaves Springfield at jM 4 400 im IJardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 pm arriyies at Louisville 545 pm will No 90 Sundays onlyLeavesda Springfield 715 am SiOOva m Bardstown Junction 845s m arriyes at Louisville J35 a to Rev No 91 Sundays only Leaves Bardsy the torn Junction 645 p in Bards town 780 pm rrives at Springfield at 825 p m t M and Ornamental TREES t Everything for OrchaLawn two and Garden 1fte Million Strawberry Plants set Catalogues No agents H F HILLENHEYER Lexington Ky J r WTLTbOUCLAS 3OO 3SO 4 5QSHOES M illIw I y Skos 92e00 25OFeat Color Ev eta W 1 Devgka MO arc the lewe IK wlty cMMMcred w the werkL adIeraliier miMut if yet have beea paying high prk r ywr seer the next tree t yMUMMd ap r thr WL Douglas shoo a triaL Ytt taut MS MWMy oa year f twewr sad pt M that are justlgeed ievery way as thoce l keen cectMC yo t higher price If yew cetild visit e ir lara faetenea at Brockton MAM awl fee for yew del f how era ttlly W L Dottglae sheet ar stud yen We M then wwIerstaacL wk hey heU Ae apefit better toakesvt CAinPieM and price U ee oe ro tog to eee tte a r Issas aed 11fettof iNeee Take r rfuse It S iDoatlu tboee eta to eaie In your WLaroct qJIoI- xaOLZI- YCUNNIGH M A DUNCAN J Electric r BItterssoooeed when serttdal else In aetroae praaration tad wsamaeea they s the iimdy as bo bays = tt PORICIDNUJ1YmAM STOMACH OU i It as ibe bat medkbe ear said over tdnKgtefa Counter NI iJri r ntii5rarr8r ib 6 roGiiiii liIHiiiW WH Local 3ppenlnsa of Interest I t The Freshest and Latestatt t Al IAtout Yourself Friends sad Acquaintances MUUW J Hats at half price at Shad rs WatPenJi icoati FOR SALE Shorthcrn Bull IIGoddard Grupdy t Boy a nice auto veil atWathen JShaders ji i A buggy at your own piceat jf C Kimballs fi1 For Sale 175 Stock Ewes Sam Bottoms July Big reduction in all milli Hon nery at Miss Willie Kno ftsEWil It Ineqstore FOR RENTRoom over Peoples last Deposit Bank recently occr01 copied as millinery roomas ballWAN7EDAnto dig a well benWrooters theMr and Mrs Richard Kelly rejoicing Clover the arrival olttortheson Profs FOR RENT Rooms over PJvilli Thomas and Joe Sliad ers groof Apply to TJ A Burnsauready Mound City Paints may tost trifle more but WiLeoHaydoBUT Specialsale on CB corsets men justa few in each lot will sellat costoctMWllday FOR SALE Privately one Deering binder one two horse4 wagon and one buggy v J P Willett ten bur The lladies of the Springfield day Baptist church will serve a dinner on County Court day in No ember No WANTEDAn organizer inDe Pthissick acciPe and life certificates on ver leberal contract Writs at once B Ai this office Rev Jackson of Mb Zion preach at the Valley Hill thi house on the fourth Sun on y at 330 in the afternoon Airs Everyone invited to attend the t W C Hamilton has bought of J T Pieters a farm of 33t acres near Frederickstown on Springfield and Bardstown 1turnpikeof A few hats on hand stylo2 iJhandnew at your own Mrs Williams AI made FOR RENT The stable on the allev back ofiny residence ha roads good stalls and carriage house in connection with lot well a in grassonMrs John Wr Lewis FOuNDOn the Lebanon pike Sunday a ladies hat owner can have same by proving property and paying this notice Box 23Lebanon Ky 00LostOn the Willisburg ke between Springfield and the Beech Bridge on July 4th a flute Finder will please return the to Ed M Russell jewelry store an G H Bohaonon i Dee Best of color was tried in the Police Court on last Monday Iona charge of Breach oft the Peace committed Sunday by ockertovrnHt 1 plead quilty and was given ten dollars and the trimmings On last Saturday the residence and lot on West High street longing to Harrett Ann beI was sold at public outcry by Elroy Wharton real estate 21025aebyYI Toe lot is a large one and an ideal place for building a num ber of residences The ladies of the New Hope Baptist church wiltegive an iice cream supper on next Saturday I afternon and evening It will Ibe served in the yard of the Mooresville exchange The money realized will be used on the parsonage which the church will soon construct All arei cordially invited tto attend The Modern Woodmen fII America wilt hold decoration J services at Willisburg Sunday 4 1 TOPICSr I I =11 tracteh with r out PAIN or 1 DANGER J IINo plates charges I e illDonemlyin every respect and firstclassm vertised Io WYSTALLARDDDS S 1Sprlnirrcld Ky OOMOO q 17 at 23Q oclock The J W Ueflart of LouisvIlle t l make the principal address is cordially ipvited The Chautauqua closed on Friday afternoon A large from Springfield attended the deciding game of base for the trophy was played Springfield and Camp sville v A large number of did what they could for boys but for some reason other they totk a trip up in airand came down to find Sanders of the Campbells team telling the managers the Ghautauqua to offer next year as they 181 had an over supply of cups of Close at 8 Oclock of grocery and meat market have entered into an agreement to close every day at 8 k p m except on Satur The Modern Woodmen of b America will hold memorial services at Rockbridge Cemetery at oclock a m and at Willis SunbJuly IT 1910 Mr WF Grigsby of this place who iis a member of Beech Fork Camp 12844 will deliver th I memoral address MrV Jr Of Louisville the Sate puty for Kentucky will bethel Tatham Springs The recent assignment of Tam Springs will have no effect the business this seas nsndet Wornall who has charge of business will continue i charge until the end of the season Good Roads Movement mass meeting of the citizens the county Wilt be held at the rti House On next Saturday at oclock pm to consider the advisability of forming a Good Roads Association in the county number of speeches will b e and plans for the up building and maintenance of our advanced As the road question is an important one large crowd will no doubt Tbe hand SelecmanMcChord The Courier Journal of a Sunday containedjthe following Mr and Mrs W J Selecman fiaie announced the marriage of their daughter Lucie Eugene to William C McChord Jr to take place July 20 at their home iin Springfield After the wedding young people will start o extended trip IGruncl8z Molntire BeamOrkies Mr Frank Orkies ofIbis place Miss Mary Beam were quiet married at St Marys on last Tuesday morning at eleven clock by Rev Father Pike The attendants were Messrs Herman Smith and Joe Beam The bride is a daughter Qf Mr John Beam of Si Marys and a popular and attractive young lady The groom is a son of Mr Robert Orkies of this county and an industrious and enter prising young farmer The young people have the best wishes of a large number of friends r L Native of Springfield jj Mr J R Buokman who willI of bet remembered by the older tritzens ofthe county died at dl his home in Hopeland Mendi cino county California on June 18th 1910 He was born and retired in this county and lived here until about fifty years ago when he went to the West Atdthe time of his death he was 79 years of age He was a brother Mrs J13 Nally and an untie Messrs Robert end William Buoktnan of this county School Tax Notice Schcbl taxes for the year 1910 now due All persons are here y notified to call on the treasurer and pay same G C Wharton Treasurer Ing PERSONAL ofeLouisville is the guest of her sister Mrs M Fitzgeral Mrs E E Buster of E arrods burg is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J Y Mays Mr Michael Fitzgerald is in is Louisville on business this week of iIMr B J Scannell has return d to Louisville after avisit to his mother and sister nHon T S Mayes is at French Lick Springs this jweek Mr J P Ed len who hast been quite llt his home near town is much impjroved Mr A G Noe of Columbus a Ohio has returned home after a visit to relatives here v MissLouise Johnson of Lou isville has returned to her homeD after a isitto Mrs J T Wh atly Miss Harvey VanArsdale is the guest of her sistfMrs H M Noe at Columbja Mr Emma Del Mudd of Louisville has been visiting her sister Mrs J T Wheatley tMr J O Po in is on the sickl list but is improving Mr F A Menne and wife oi Louisville aud Mrs Stoker of Bardsto n were in town one day last week Miss Pauline Atkinson of Louisville is visiting at then home of Mr- McClelland and Mrs W L fl ItU OLD HICKORY I I IPOII Better place you order now before hey are all gone The best Porch Swing on the Market Come and inspect our line of goods Leachman 6 Campbells Irr Furniture Store No Belted 13arl ever wore finer lies neck Wear shirts tctban we show The Very fit est things in mens furnishings are to be seen here first and at prices which put them within reach of everybody See our jfew neckwear It is as v natty as n IS exclusive and I classy Miss MargaretJones of Louis yille ilavishing friends at this place Miss Clara McClellan has returned home aflet r a visit to friends in Louisville CMr B D Lake is at Richmond Va this week on business Mr James Shultz of Tatham Springs was in town Tuesday Miss Ella McAtee of Cincin pati is Visiting relatives here Mr C W Hagan and wife of Lebanon here this ldaugtiterl Lebanon yesterday Mr Damian Lanham and wife Louisville visited friends and relatives of near town a few Ydlastweel Mr Charles McWhorter has returned from a trip to Marltms ville Indiana Mr and Mrs W T McMillan eirdaughter Messrs MissouriIWill Robertson were an Louis w vine Sunday HIphisMisses Marie arid Louise Barber IvIsIdoiMrMrs G D Robertson Jr and her smother Mrs Spalding at 6 30th oclock dinner Tuesday r Mrs Heffernan Rubel is visit her mother Mrs Aal li Simms on Lebanon Hill IR Mr John Wycoff of Indiana J Jc polis is the guest of relatives TI Allherej t ti U Misses Della and Fanny K Smith were at Loretto Monday Due sad Tuesday DuMrin Springfield in the interesttD the Citizens National Life Insurance Co hldauweek at Holy Cross Mr Harris Carrico of Nelson countyIs the guest of his sis er Mrs George I1t Clements Cxj Miss Nellie Simms entertained Real j number of friends Monday night tjMiss Mary Sweeney OF villa and Miss Brownie of Greensburg LftsOguests of Misses Mabel l die Thompson Mrs Nick Wells of TaylorsSu yells spent the week end with her sister Miss Lucy Brown Mr Herman Purdom andfami ly are spending the week at Texas Hardins Chapel Miss Norene and Jollandgee of Louisville aPe last week with Mrs Lee Hiatt School opened at this place Monday morning With Miss Regina Rudd as teacher Miss Ada Lela Margie and Nina Fenwick also Miss Logsdon spent Friday ateraoon Miss Rhoda Begley Iwith LidieI Li tsey of Fort Worth Tex Sjjs spending thi week with the family of H S Litsey The moonlight party given by Mr and Mrs T K Begle- Thursday night was well tended l and everybody reported an enjoyable timealMrHS Lit ylsdn the sick list Lola Waters of Lbuis villaMiss returned home after atJ pleasant visit to the Miss Hay dons Mrs Nellie Logsdon and cbUC dreivspent Thursday with relatives at Pottsville Miss Margie Willett hasre I stayIHollandsee are spending thisi week with friends at fexItMr Joseph Hardinj off Louis vlllE11penlhveta1 dlaps week wltb t1V Hartford Logs don I Mr and Mrs Shell jTaffcie are I spending th M4sstt t NelllaLogsdopt riETls i T I CLEARANCE SALE r I oFI c Mens and Boys Clothing b It is early to begin cutting prices ons rinit IOthjr DepartmentrdREATLY REDUCED PRICES 1II t Remember that all this seasons newest things go in this says t Wehaveafew Suits carriedoverbutare very fair styles which will offer at J L HiTLq IpRIGE rr 1JSeerthese before they are all sold 1 4 f Big stock Mens Pants at reduced prices lItL qf Mens Straw Hats at Half Price j We have mane i Bargains in ojthef Departments to show you r GIVE US A CHANCE tt H r The RabPrtsollC1a bro ke 7 roO IAINCORPORATED i JPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE he Central Bank business at town of Williaburg County of Washington State of Yen tucky at the dose of business oh the day of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one oresureties 3589942 estate mort es one on Col lateral Loans on Col lateral S Bonds Other Stocks Bonds etc 3539942 from Nation al banks from State banksandbankerti from Trust Companies United States and National b ank Notes 128800 ecie 650161 193661 ecks and other cash items r Exchange for Clear ing House Overdrafts secured 225000 Overdrftauns cured 17600 242500 Taxes expensesPaid 61200 Estate Banking House 300000 Other real estateaFurniture and Fix tures 261200 aaeetsnotin eluded under any of abovebeada 622476 Total i 4598779 i LIABILITIES Stock paid in in cash = 15000001500000 Irplus Funds7 45000 Undivided ProftS 124348 J0FundDeposits subject to check on which interest is not paid i 1860061 Deposits subject to cheek on which interest is jiidd 300000 Demand certificates of deposits on which interest is paid LjTime certificates of edeposits oh whichoi paidnton which interest is paid 508900 002669761certified checks M Due National Banks 22889 andBankers v36781 Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out estanding Bills 1BIlIspa1 IsI heads II YTotal KENUCKYt 4598779 XSCT WASHINGTON COUNTY I Everett Keeling Cashier of the named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement IfI true to the best of my knowledge and belief fEvDJTT KEELING Cashier Subscribed arJd sworn to before me 6th day of July 1910 v W WYATT Notary Public Waahington Co Ky My commission expires Jan 121914 ttest J Jl TRENT cT IL NOEL P s BAKER Directors Old Ulcer Are oastifptl1jt ad daxgereNe Dry DellaAatlseptcSalve silt Eeal tkela promptly It It clean aral pleajiamt le Sold every wher 2sc dlwz assFatVxw J brJntll auisSd i4 bfl e amonRlhe tafirars Fairy Virila cillfd 01 it l r v + 44 t- DIPPINGTAJKSi i c PtySIZE YOU WAlvITv A- THatchettr Hacphersoif t iPumps Tinning and Plumbing i f Guttering J iijk 1 and all kinds repair warkaIspecillitj Ii w Jo r r 1 OurWorkis G r nimLtlti 6 iii r i If not satisfactpryjit costs you InothiI f b t TTml Hatchett Maephersoa f1MMM fr The Thomas Crown 01ry WITH CHAHGEABLE SPEED I r Tide Yeller lima fetore expireeatwrM tick nay anwrr ea the Market TIt sewfeaturei art xet ashy talkie p Meksj ae I really awrlterioai It llae tie Bali and hiller Ddii tCutter Bar Improved Foot Lift ant Raki j Lens a Deshk Gear and can be changed faafeet 1e asew ire s NI w I ailseedslight draft ia guaranteed Cfm kiand tee it r Dump BaiccMi Dump Rake and Reliable ilfDump Rake AC Kimball Ajt- A IIlAw Jb CbMsUMrs Gv 2 Snhrrday ditrwai tsDieal lltis 500 J filla oa tkatck der at ihia wrltia wTheHops Btptiae tclaA BtiSarK iXCbatfS Office tateirday lrzlxrirgi at 8 ossire eM llajaUOf s KiallSa di Fear rf wrhriaedr 7 Mn- t t1t r r t 4nf tMWM Of tie BACOaM lsrat1a die lit tW kit that vem r l ttt Qa Ittte a fat aaiglr1TTU Sfoa Mer1e decie ag taika 1wk 1r Mart qtr ltepe F D it r ri ttNr tk K e MMtewdr ott- iP eta I bema I1a a y Maw Illa the nit airyaalt l =i11aRecMNr e JX A Trial bottk frtaUno A Sbartaon cW Ti T1T- t L i i IWuIE Mifft1 T ier tI TOWC If your mind a trl jjIIEW J ti4 1ea 8Clar I or tiey io tie inlltel j If you Aoi rMbw tHe answer only r yourIyen to tkt rery Gallic cognomen frssisMissJL kt two syllables like an Amsriisa itrlmkrls the counselor and jiaIMoq the latest thing In cults occults the Temple qf Universal Vtttitm tr j If TOIL are a trlangteyou thInkpnly- if ingla1Id sjsfirstk M for hIgher things but they 4 ysss your more primitive Instincts liMtes4 belag harmonious with 1lMiiirM i rUte ca4ie of liuman squares Ij IIekdJ high prlesteaj of the newest to attntct public attention a law of attraction and repul fI IIT l Sir yoe of Mnelllng- So jsaany women she observed pxpoundlng her novel theory t are yuixlel because while they like aroundwthey forget all ab6utthin ihen 1yi areaway Others on the other hand wEll iibrfyhen Tm with Mim he exr Mfjeiy js me but when Ini away 3 i t eAl iB Ij1Tbese are cases wbere aMiftsX aa personal attraction tare Jtl JiglarHas Pour Legs j OTOftKr Wh a ElllB Hart night I i1 llWsiha Bt aer an aniul racket t iij tairs the lead pipe storehouse at 451 Weft One Hundred and Twenty i flfth meet Just before daylight re ceatly he was scared badly There was lashing of metal thumping 7 scratching and holloalng and with 1l great presence of mind Hart realized ii iv thait 1 e11 go up iiethIrd floorallaloneand tryothakQ- J t 80 uy and sUchtbOl ruffianst go 4i away itAnyone who could heave heavy lengths of lead pipe around that way was a match for the regular police r1 rman to man Hart was sure and be J ad lt Hiated thedIst1nct and sep irate footsleps of at least a dozen sofl theatraPPlng fellows Warily he tip toed to the telephone in the office and I stealthily he called up bpieares f police station X Burglars he whispered tpJEieu 4 T tenaat Miller Plenty of them Send L arquBd ihe Jreserves and two y fcF a tl r f tOt f EW YORLIf it wasnt for the 4 1 LJWjjhef sex says Big Bill the traffic cop at the corner me lifed 1 e a dream ho less Sure I mean nrtferislandThere lloguessrUvedQn It couldnt ha Ht been felll ear JJtHe Sas doing his dervish dance in tkemiddle or the street un side reared the big freight autos loaded I bwa xiritfr ijalkvad barrels LThe fast newspaper delivery machines t shot now and then wlti a scream that demande a right of way Hardheaded horses fopght with their drivers as to whether they should or should not turn the or- JJ1er Big sill meanwhileiajparenfly MissingI death a over Taxicabs hooted but mlldlyf for itfjls Joiown of all chauffeurs that traffic po- J w It s Yry seldom C old Dobbin falls off the Mnit this is exactly what aiorse belonging to William Britten jp North Clark street Britten an f was delivering a cask of I wine to the North Side Turner hallk a 823 North Clark street w 11t i alipp d from the tri1jid sFlkJng St the sidewalk Bobbin femeHed of the en cmantlifr Ilqu1das it trickled Jfnto the greatJ t oriya- ttractign stI lot AceJlhIr cks smeIl1 But clean people dont smell ob jected the interviewer nQh yes they do afflrmddJtbeei pone t of oddrology Each Individ ual has a persOnal odor which liF strongest In moments of great hap pInes or great anger f Buvposefyou 1ov f add JIfs f fctiTatljwpmeniB fa fij Ions If you admire them properly prophesy events For ltan when iIi saw the shop i inMVs fuirofplai In 1895 I said Plaids mean war This country Is jdIj iTir7M- y friends laughed aCm The United States will never have anoth er war they said s see l ansjyeredj Rp man plaids mean warand from the amount jTie plaldlboumsay our woldjfwJtb fThenf1 l for purple Purple jneanajjoweranil penance It stood for the power olj the monopolies and the Roosevelt would make them db1 ncf Well what do the iGhanteolerjifaats propose asked Aeroplanes of course exclaimed Jblr Rlque The com plete triumph of aeronautics wearilriifIery mean jiuffrage selfsupport al4 the things ilhey are clamoring IotA Qb ydall those tJithgsrare g Whether or not we Iikethcrn vhn- we get themrls anotheVrstory Fur and 5a5wasbnVb doZnjThies H1JAGO ejpressman J Wejbal1 triumphantly What lbNjhey JQQitiilJtl ltrrLieutenant Miller guard gb1 Come around and seefor yourself Insisted Hart f Lieutenant Miller went Into the reserve room and woke upeverybody VoUcemanto iJ everyone else sprinted up4he street Thr er l5 tntliT e Licuten ant 31111cr sent 14 some 1ns1uL or the pipe storehouse and some dyer fho roofs to shut off escape and sOmo around on Manhattan street to catch anything that might try tb breaic out by the rear t There was that terrible noise still going 9Il on the tbi tlooraI d the cordon oiollce l 1iin One brave toliceman lIstthi d he veryloor- A howling and scufljing greeted ears Jump Inj boys cried Lieutenant Miller There was a concerti rush Into the room where evidently some spirited drama was lbeing enacted The police crowded ih then stopped arrested byas bnishmenL There were criminal and victim The criminal caught In the act was a large black cat of ferocious appear ance The victim was a hysterical canary bird which had screamed for help until it had a sore thraaLL The two were separated by the brasH wires of a bird cage efi Tna1oftM COP1lc nll sex one by was his d himtopraculquslyIyav fourdlrectiodrag freightthuthpedA mere Incidentof his j6b was the clanging of bells by frantic motor men anxious carlinea dominating omn l him BigBiflIrobfl Cf f 8 She shook her head angrily and crooked her forefinger at him with the effect of an archangel catchitja 1te1dupof his hand For a moment theirw9an BroatwayOnand chauffeurs and motorinqn cursed viciously as they set toe screeching elbowWh1didndemanded savageyhI w tOlIiow 1t1 this Broadway 1 Dobbin Falls Off the WaterWaiion tbatI Ii 6t Jliquecarfilesslyl Claws fAto4acdt betoldhgestreet rf He leered at the passing vehicles ltuRlly1Qstreet from curb to curb Ont er otherQroop Dobbint PQdestriarisstoled i tjimLcnt audJmewtbe audapqt boathoD btJIncoMd bot b arinoycdlby any more Work and Britten was compelled aJqCu1lybo1ItC a j ri i IIrIII T4PilKHfe Mtural Vo evcrx yoman isjoften a 7 I t e r so menrik k the perioal qesta ns of the local physician w Hi imklicste The thought of examination iill ub i j SrS s dtem aa4 So they endure u silence a condition J te1If sorAly progresses from bad to worse f I 1n hA iHt+mDe PUrce privilege to cure a3w ooiJ jsiaay vmmem wA kavo found a rcfa o rt f M K 1 Alt erffr et FJtEE consults1 1 IE1 Jftw XII crr QRdoace is ictf thbr adIy1M4iaaI ZdresaDr V I fw IJKy jt 1Pfv F1yvoa PtSIC41PtO restOres ana rcgu at 1Jl iyfMiosis a t Jiiz pom and builds up and rr d0 = sk IiieIda do reverjt weak woman 4A It lfw f ft f Wmmk Women Strong tti J SICk Women Well14 tdOnf to pt HMtrum s a wbstitute fatlIIolio sMdienic OP courosirrox Atj1ED LITTLE ONES BACKi i f rnjf Porcupine Trailed Her Family tqAtoeJand Finally to44 Freedom i i f N Some workmen who werj employed utting down trees In af wood found a test of five little porcupines In alit le hollow Seeing neither of the ani nals parents and jthat the llttle por iupines were hungrjl thex took hetpI t dI JalqjF ffOUrmlJemand lhenrt Wil qmployers presentcitI I Mndly cared fprMhe animals f4fe Igf 4i theenJng the housefdog set lip a great Kowjl outside The girl opened the door when the ex cited dog rusled Jnwlth a blgediiig porcupineviilkedc dog was ffurtdusVbut the porcupine sniffed her Wfl7o the door without teedlngthe dbg at all The door was open ndlie4fttdthrougha thor j gomXfb the nit door and from thereI to the bo where her babies were Sh cojwled ntoq19bOand latd her self b1ier lIiegnb talking tooth Ingly and nursingI them to sleep theltiexrovenFne The dog began thel sairi6 racket and when the girt Went out he was Drolling a big ball or quills around In gre atdlSraay slo took the ball In her apron and carried It to theboif turned put to be HrViPorf upn Who lso wanted tc be Wltti His family repnttdt fam 1lytotame that they often crawled Into theI children laps to be petted spring the door of the barn open one night and in the Towardt t the porcupine family Was How ibrhapneped that the opened the children never understood but I think their mother thought the InIJIDERS EAR FOR MUSIC 1 AecprHlng to French Scientists t Really Has Harmony No Conception lnsectI It is true perhaps that some of hA oyewMtajas J1intpmologlsts have Met d TOaPplders ihave an ear for music but there Is little or no evi deice to bear put tlielr contention Itf Jso merely a pleasant supposition to glv0 their study entertainment Pirofessor Lecaillon a distinguished French scientist who has given years of study and observation to the stincts r and soTcalled ear jfor muslcM of the spider contends that the apparent sensitiveness of this insect to musical sounds has been wholly mis understood He takes note ot the fact that brother scientists think that some species o the spider appear tol respond in strange manner to the notes of certain musical instruments such as the piano harp fluto and Vie 4in suggesting tliat they have some kind of Instinctive recognition of the sounds or the vibrations on which they are based i Professor Lecaillon says that when musical sounds are made close to the spiders den he Is not cognizant of anything like harmony He thinks the vibrations are merely carried along the delicate strands of his web tohte parlor apprizing him Instlnc1 lively of some sort of a disturbance at his front door His spldorsblp thereupon goes put to see what the row is abouti The Violin Makerv He chisels top and bottom of the violins body from solid blocks of spruce and maple coaxing the subtle and delicate conformations throijgh a month of patient labor putting soul and yearning in the wood as perhaps no other handcraftsman may in his search for exquisite tone He1 Is build lnga slender and sensitive box with a wonderful power to emit vibrations marshaled nto order and de1iv red as d voice No visible beauty of caiyten form mid no original departure frOm set design avail him In reaching his goal lIe seeks intangible es sence of Sound and means for its loW- est beauty For him there Is no es tabllshod law for alluring the t ne tosdme dimple in the wood to delight It to rapturous perfection He pursues an Ignis fatuus of quivering airwaves that leads onward endlessly He may only strive toward achievement of his object as strove his forebears of tho craft and frequently with far loss re wardHarpers Magazine One Explanation Tha man and the woman were dls cussing the sharpening of a pencil Why Is ittttie said thaiinca ways hold a pencil point toward them when they sharpen It while women boldly whittle with the point away from IWell191dueline anti feminine thumb Woman shrink from the sharpnesi against their delicate cuticle while men gauge the fineness of the point by OiQlr tpusbar sfeln Precepts of Jeflfefson Do not sit jp late at night sjudy and work in tfie daytime Rise early and to btMl early Avoid novel reading and oultlvate the companion ship of goad books Never tell a lie or stonp to a mean act Ue kind to every living ciaature Speak no evil of auy one De good adore GOd be loyal to fronds and love your coun try better than yourself Tale hold of things by the smooth handle avoid di8puUs O not turn pleasant versation Into heated argument Too much speAGtog Is not boat Never put off till tomorrow what you can do to day Nsvor spend your niouey before you have 11 Never buy what you do not need because It is cheap Pride coets more tban hunger thirst and cold We never repent of having eatpn too ittl Never borrow trouble ThoniaaJeftmon One bfthe Oldest of Books Thi Ring of Pope Xystus the lit tle book of aphprisms which was popu lar in the early church has now been translated into EJgUsh for the first time by the distinguished scholar Prof F C Conyljeare The InierestnYg ature of this old book which yas known in 250 AD Is th mpdorn spirit of the man who first complljad it He zooms to have lieen aQcording to the Specfatpr a wan of wide experience as devout as he Is humorous as many sided as he Is single minded almost a Quaker In his nonreslstanco and his rep 11ltUPjo the furious face of a Socialist in his view opropertya man without much IiIghPIacIng respect for etLolarship liVED BIB PISTOL i AND DEBTS 1 RAGIC CAREER OF SPANISH l LOUIS ON TWO CONTINENTS jll ENDED BY BULLET M i IS KILLED IN A hANG FEUD l HeIr to Vast Estate Who Fled From ArgentIne After Murder Turnstt r Desperado and Meets His Fate InaNew1 York Fight New Yorkon a ship from South l America ame a few days ago a little lelogatkm of relatives whose purpose It was to take back with them to the handor his birth all that fIs mortal pt i Spa ik Lqufs the squareJawed young associate leader of the gang i once led by Paul Kelley Louis after eleven years of east side plotting and fighting was shot to death outside a gambling house recently His story picturesque He was heir to thousands of acres of Argentine lland a vaquero himself The eldest son ids father a Don a shooting tragedy in which ho was quicker than the other man ended with his banishment from 4South America It was l story he seldom told But he carried a certain pearl hahdled revolver which his old father handed him when he put him aboard the boat that was to drop him pow river and out of his own country It was in the South American cattleI fields and the man he shot cowboy NatOrallyIie made for Oklahoma when lIe landed in the north Ho lovdd thefreb vaqueros life and found it In the plains of the wdst His lathers advice had been Never fear a man and never Injure a woman Keep above your fellows and never draw except when saryandt- hon draw first And those who are most charitable to the ruffian gang lender say that he lived up to lt and that none of the women of the east side can Je found to say a word against Spanish Louis However this may lhi his pistol gott him into quick trouble In the west His good snooting and daredevil ways excited envy and there was a shoot- Ing match one night which ended with one man shot three times tlntJusnie heart and Louis riding away to the south without rest for three days Wandering about the plains he joined the United States army In piHJnrnceon parade But he could not stand discipline and in a quarrel woundedt a OrleansLouisbut in those days he lid many names From that day the United Statesgov I Riding Away to the South ornm Ht never ceaiMKl tto mutt for lila It did not find him till too lute Wketi it had nearly put its hand on himki NeW Orleans he caIne to New York to ftBdjwotectlon In the slumt Natural ly he selected the flowery ore types of all countries exist There heItuOL Paul elley leader of the gang and Kelley dubbed him Stwnl LoieIaa nickname tlint stuck It was bitt a shwt stretch to the gtutg Rters life once life hud met the daring lawless band that WM gathering about the atnblUous young leader 1 ISIdoubt ful p Ictt1 on eloctiohdays lie did net shoot though always fedy with the pVarlhandW plstoj hit fatkerhtd given him and Which ho lie PrIzed He always avidd arrest flip pic tore was never In the togas gHllerjr Constantly he foared bitt one till r arMigang leader untill he had saved J500- With this he had planned to Xislt Ills home In Argentina for life father 11 now dead liehad made Many onemies It was t fj 9fIIeroIwentrottt The crsckof mazy pIo bdyrIddetI What Suggestibn Wilt Do impotaut Addlnton rri o dl 1 matter how mwse I1aoks come IcOe repeating to yourself optimistic autoJ suggestions Repetition Is one of Jh most forceful Instruments of Suggesr undtlyIngnutthinkethpetPIebutdbebooltsr the pictures on your bedroom wall the OlllSlgtiturheShaplngdotermlnt tj ing of your life SOc to It thDt so far as possible you banish Ute tawdrj the sightiSUITtt IbAuT Kep your oothot neat tnd clpittbuf4o 0 not as so many pdpllc seem totlo regard thomas your chIc f ltousjv1thj i AGEI AGEJeiiscnflallY Life in Other Periods Would Be Impossible to Him Could a man wore he given the op portunify really live In any age wide ly remotevfrom his own Modern phi losophy tells us that life is then at Its highest and best WhenT the organ Ism is perfectly adapted to Its en vironment If this be so then It ciesr1hDjt is anf large sudden and abrupt change In the environment must impair the vitality of the organ- Ism and might oven destroy It altogether If we think of Ita Greek of the age of Pericles a Roman of thee of Julius Caesar would find Ik as hard totyve the life of today as daY mat now alive would find It hard to live on were he by some freak qf magic tcf fall asleep In his own world tonight mid to wake up tomorrow mprnlngn the Athens of Pericles or in tlief Rome of Julius Ca eat The mere effort of the organism to adapt Itself to thostrafige environment would benmuu all Its energies and arrest ail tits functions You might as well expxt a palm tree to flourish in the arctic regions It would languish and die In the attempt t Yet there are many worthy people who delight to call themselvEs old fashioned and are always longing so they pretend to live In somfe other and better age than their own They make to themselves a paradise of a past they have never known and fondly Imagine that were they Its Adam and Eve no serpent would ever be guile them Into wanting to know the good and the loC the present It is a vain afcpl ration jan those who en tertain it Qnly succeed so far as thy succeed at all lin feettlng hopelessly out of touch with thfiilr own age POPULAR WITH THEFAIR SEX Strahge Fascination Exercised by Llszt Ov r the Literary Wprmen of His Day Though nof of a spocfally passion ato temperament JJsztf exercised an irresistible fascination over the em thuslastjc liter ry ladles of obIs day They were all at his font and as he teems a ways to have had an eye to the iialn chance he chose from time to time some lady of high rank as well as mental ability to unite her IIfpf with his The Comtosse dAgoult- Care11ney ively the arbltersof his destiny and Doctor Knapp recoiwts a good many other episodes more transient If less iniporUnt There was a singer of great eminence we are not told who she was who made her way Into his presence iir male attire hopeless ot attracting him by other mean an other threatened to murder him and altogether his experience road like a rather crude melodrama It Is Curious that when he was only zixteen his dying father warned him that women would uplle and dominat lila life As Doctor Knapp says He was neither made to do without a woman nor to remain faithful to one alone BUTTER MENTIONED IN BIBLE lGenesis Has First Account of the Use of This faow Widely Pdpular Delicacy The irst raentlpn of Winter occurs is GenesIs XAIIl In Jhe account of tht entertaining of three angels by tilt prophet jyirahaui Abraliams wits Sarah hail bMn lt to make caked anti AbrnSakM rUt uttto tIle herd and fetched a ajj Under and good and was dresad When all was ready fox the feast we are told In the eight verse of the chapter quoted And ht AbrHhittTi took b tier anti milk and the calf whi Si he had dressed and eel i before theat atd he itood by theu under the tree and they did eat ThE butter litre referred to was however not thevsame as the gutter which sc widely itked llthe western countries today but Is lAid to have been morE PioUlablyi vtlonln the dfl ry of those days that butter does among us II is believed by the Anab that the process of ma king bittterVas divinely revealed tc Abraham filo lianddthe kowledgc of it to theVworW thiroMgh his politer ity other astert that whn Hgrwith her ohlld was sent away tl Abraham and was perishing wit thirst in tlie wlWeraess an alie- brouclt hr refresjdng th til oYe1Iti by aU rue Ishm 41tef FOtJRCHILOFE1AT PRAYEi Peculiar PeUtlens te the ThronBro Grace Made Without mtenttpnal Irrevsrenet alhlsArck9irestiingJThat A stwdy ofcevilInnovels 11sttenches lIii tb Avoid evil Ju rthi is a very doubtful theory wj iaIa mother told her little tooyone da of the cbUdrenyof Israel and their won ship of the golden calf and the ncx- day she found the urchIn iIn the jstabl praying ttIsIspony f A little girl was bidden to retHri thanks in her prayers for the healths birth of a bbybroth She did so concluding the prayer reproachfujl with littJELord we needed a raoto ISfar far more WfIlot a torrn he priyed PIoue GOt dont hurt Mi Im onlyfa eryver little boy Another boy us he rose from hh knees at this bejdslde wet remla led that Tie hdnt prayed for grandma saCetri T Whatl ho cried Has she gjat onc top And yet you say little bpy cant manage themI Los Angeld Times Food Value of Chestnuts The fruit of the chestnut tree is nearly as valuable as bread and mor valuable than pptatdes for dietetic purposes TiWpdwids of chestnut contain 118 grammesrof Starch and eght of fat tThe annual production df chcstnuu in Franc ls over 3 0 00 0 quintals 01 220 pdundsjtfThatfmeana fo dfqr aany workmen But the hidetanner Keep the product from thp foodmat ket by buying It In large quantities for juso In theft business Producers make raorolroflt blomng their chestnuts for tanning than by dip Harperi IRA UUN S JAW 111 i SiED Bl fR Eli j IcENGLISHMAN RELATES THRILL j ING EXPERIENCE Awfe JUNI GLE BEAST IN AFRfC A i ANIMAL SUCKS HBLCa- rriod Thrty V rdabY Growling Snarling LlpnrVhen COmpanion Fires Killing the Fierce Monster at Side of His Victim LomtqnSt iflelieol VoGmore 1 Z S sitting before a cheerful grate fire In the Loungers olub reoeuUy related tome of life expele1Ciflthe wild places of the evtlftol realhitic of which waS ari attack by a lion In Africa I vas engaged on the transconti nental CapetoGairo line and our gang consisted of two white nien and 50 blacks said Mr Podmore We each joccupied a separate but One dark night was aroused from sleep tiy hearing gqmetBing moviVig backward and forward beneath my bed Becoming alarmed J listened breathlessly to a loud long Indescriba ble sniffsniff which broke tthe stillness of the night My experience of Africa was not extensive but I instantly realized that some wild animal war under uy bed Every on of my faijul Ues became Immediately paralyzed with horror I was uftabte to utter a sound After ar moment or two ff became aware ths a manoatiug lion was snif fing his way along the edge of the bed perhaps a little puzzled at the mosquito curtains I then felt I must do something and instinctively yet noiselessly I huddled all the pillows and uodclptbos over my head No sooner had I done this than he lion with a horrible purnargrapbeme by the rlsht shoulder and dragged me out onto tne floor and immediately begxn to suck the blood whie stream down my neck and chest and every time I moved he bit me more savagely As I raised mj knoec to get Into a erouchlng protective position he gave me a little pat with his paw which nearly broke my leg and inflicted a dreadful wound Then suddenly tfca monster dropped me 6atof his nioath placed one wsaaive paw on my cpest and then throwing back This noble head hegve four lerrible roavs of triumph and defiance IMy chum walked round the hut and thin saw with horror the hol made 94he lion Wjho haL torn onUi fbo mat walls and crawled under my bed Then it dawned upon him what had happened so he ran rounU to the other side and kicked the door dbwn As he did so the jllpa drove his terri ble fangs Into my right groin and lleaped out of the nut into the dark ness As he ran with me he seemed rouniIIQn his back clarinIJ t r ave Four Terrible Roars efTriumpt it Ip1 Bit tlown undW Uc boabab tree topJj great luminous grecnShftliow eye loatiIl e rjj they yetso diabolical in their ruthless tMeraeity last twq Diggers weraitduced 1At coajilo of torches o dry grasi and bythe lurid and aneertaln light tiieeetke lion was seett standing over iI my iwoitrate toy lie was an erior- rnoue brats OYfr ten feet inllength Anl with a luxitiatt ttwny msnethx t ap1ouranoa tI iatas hejiwro Jed with isle gun v aj moaning and r uonlBg softly IQ niysaH For sotne llnw he WM afraW to shoot lest he shoald tt11m4t htltttd- of i the uosi A he crept neascr the lion took bii fangs out of Jar groin and faced aboit Btxjv hm Sand r iohorrfbJY The I rpreIi All About the Codfish Win Nye eisJoqdelt the New York Post says tabfelands nodas tmospberOlhls r0 ands gives to the codfish that breadth of ohest and wohav ntr exhilaration of this oceanic aitltoodleum The cprrespon godtlshf1ubllstslprgoly Ohpse who have not had the pleasure of seeing 7frelae frultJrpm the heavily laden branches with chunkg oteorni Have missed very flno zggnt TIe codfish when a home rambling through the forces does not 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