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V II lMwai ESTASIJS4ED htt it I t j n INJS3 l ifi tJJ r i i rt t r Ji- i NEW SBHES X YOl XVIII NO 35 J J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY J KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER I II9IQ t t 4tIA PII YEM 1 F TRUST PRAGTJGAL DHTISTOke Ovtr fla1oiiA Barber patlI work atraoiab1e prices v dU rk 1saaite d x J NREWRE1ThftY SIGFLLD eoMnty seat of ifl CaintySr miles south Mi oL Litxivgioti 5 aniies from LoiyiIle Brd toyK branch o E mirriiie and Nashville iailroad ii 3ii a iarfluMftaM agricultural district Two ke1egri1 and telephon p Ij41exreo9eflQir uiiilslumbe- r yard jifKiti6B 1QO population ol wwaty 150081 l Jterwemtatiyc iu Coagress Hoo fle JsonHefKesemtaltlye BrdsLoqn Ky1 inKputucky Lcgtsii iatutt Eon T DL Graham Recescitative in Stat 3eae Hon G T JjiTvis CambeUjvJle Kv hi iQoukty Directory 3t t CIWCJ1T CIURT CircHit Cut beginstotf the fourth Octo4nd 4 ggday In February lilay I H Tharniaii Judgb 1fr4C t S HilL Lommonwti Alt yi f urt 1obt A N e Clerk M Gi Lea binan Mister Commiss 4herj iuTRV OURT Quarterly court is Ii Id on the thLrc Monday in eajch month i B loititse Judge i OUNTY o- oudty J1T- Cvttfl1eCts On the turtb poudaytULII4tseyJudgC w F Botr1Cjuii Y Clerk TSMaye Co4it Attorney J George cktieJffiiiH SamJAiidetiaon 5k riff Crioake i bvrii leo Poweli jH3fberiE idlcmnj I eputWcSamD Hale I e W T aitc eli Assessor P 0Bryan Pejinty SLobitt Nb0 Tfeas titjer v A Dr E brume coronet JS W Bush SnW of Common C1oOd PO Spr1j1e1 CITY cOJRToJamMRjNoePolicJ Judge Johi QraceMars ai w IGrgsbY CitAttorn y l JSTCEOUT Jflbttcdourts are held in Januarj pdCtObCa GbLIrb 1ET oDISTE1JRC- RevaG Ith i astor St Ldy1tUlttd i SundaySh001YkatlOan rayUiCifl ejerY Wdnesda3 a3ght1 vJ fit cXirHOiac CHURCH Pastor Sei Rev pSFHennes kT I Icesdyery ridarjaS 8 and 10 oclod 1 Services at tj Hoe sameiionr aJ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R9R E C tonreacbIng eveY undfty at ii am I Ba day SChOOl ever Sniitjat Gii P7nyer very rJ3urHdav iv fr 7 rlfHIBPTIST CuU1tF1 4y g1i Harrttu Williaif tasto tbfjayI 33PreaChiflI ev and 745 in Si qcnt ver j nndaat iJa a n VraeR moe in- Vert Too day ev iju at 7t4 o cio OULUSTIA i llJYL1 ie VF1f13Rri1it andM 1Li LI tjt13 j J t zTPTr rt SIsp1cIiL9vc S TiIfi0 t OrOn1eoI fiiet2C thirMoUd3 ChrnOLtlI WahtngOu jateL N 7 Ll t5d t tJti io day Li Ci i t- lrJt 1 1H kLI1SJ co ITRDRJiiGS y IwDI1 VERVI HI II tt- AIL1TMWLUN6ThOOS t- VUANAD4AA7ORYfONZVRtUNED I 3umniefA- reMMer r Colds jto yttiette than winter ssIIbIt tbeyy11 j4tas read- ilytxatt to with DF Bills PineTar Uey5 SWaeYewre Look rj the bett1tv iIj r r w T1fl 11 NBI i rJLEViDBR yt s 1 rf I I JiII f Ligh tillingi Does Much Damage kv Mr Geo L Graham lost twot males ancfa mar 1 Sunday their death being caused by lightning Mr Graham does not know at wli1t time the stock was killed but thinks it was shortly afternoon The mules antl mars werPunder a walnut tree which was struct and splintered The mules were Worth SGOOand the mareaboiiitt 125 All three wera insured the mules for 125 each the mare for her value hepce Mr Graham will only get 375malr nghisiss5O Mr Geo W Glasscock lost aJfine jsteer of 1100 pounds by lightniug in the ast rnend of t he county Messrs Wm and 100 Richard Hundley had a cow similarly killed near the Wash inglon couqty line Lightning alsoburned Ja bay stack belong ing to Mr Alex Peak of Loretto i and 01oatsatid rye stackof Mr G WPike The kitchen ch mney of Mr George K Latmers houso was truck by lightning about non Sunday Mrsr Latimer and a l servant were stunned but fortu nately escaped without any se ious or painful injuries Lsbajsi non Enterprise Why Halves rail TD Cure Fczema Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs arewdgejd not in theS outer skin or epidermis but in the inner skin Hence A penetrating t liquid is required not an outward saive that clogs tho pores We recommend to all eczetna atients the standardprescription Oil of Wintergreen as co pounded i- ni1 i i form known as D D D Prescription A trial bottle of this D D D Prescription at only 25 cents yillt instantly relieve the itch We have sold and recommended this remedy for years and know of wonderful ures from its use We recommend it to our patrons Haydbn Rob rtsonKilIedI3y Falling Walls P most distressing accident at Dant in this county Tuesday morning which cost Frank Blair of Chicago his life With Prrfnk Brady the unfortunate victim was engaged J in tearing dowrt abrick wall oft n old yare myfse and was working frpm the b tomwILba yiew to loosening the wan so chat it could be toppled over The weakened structure gate i1 way while the men were at work I adBrady barely got from under tin tine Blair was not so fortunate and his life was crushed out instantLy The U- nfortunatef tttan was about 35 years pf age and unmarried He was an hx eJi ntman and the maui supportfdf hismother Mrsi Maria Blair Besides hisjmother he is survived by a stsier and two brothers The funeVal seif vices were held at StfTjYancig church Chicago Wednesday morning and the burial was iin the parish cemetery J ThE svin pathy of ever v oqe s with the family of tlieirsa bereavement lebanonFalcon They Have a Definite Puroose Foley Kidney Pills give quick re li fin cases of kidney and bladder Bailments Mrs Rose Glaser Ter Haute Ind tells the result in her teaseUAfter suffering many years from a serious case pf kidney trnubl and spending money for so called cures I found Foley Kidney Pills the Only medicine that gave me a perma nent cure I am again able to be up andattend to my work I shall never hesitate to recommend thcn Haydon Robertson Desperate Fight With a BjgSrtak f C E Mullins who lives on Jones Fork in the Bradfords ville seciiqiij engaged in a desperate light with a tremendous rattlesnake a lew days ago and memory of the encounter will dQubtless linger with him lor- I many months to come Mi Mulins found the snake in hfs yard a snort distance from his and not wishing to let the IhCupe escape he called to his to bring him a stick Thts slie quickly didi The first blow struck by Mr Mullins seemed biijbj to anger the snake which sprang at him a distance fsew eratl feet and a furious fight inglrare tance of her husbUnd and ng few minutes the two ha8 swcr ceeded thRilling the reptilen I which upon examination was found to have had twe Slyone rattles The snalfe is said to have been one of thejargest ever killed m that section oPtheJ county Mrs Mullins has recently lost about thirty of her tfinest pullets and it is thought the monster reptile and the foxes that abpundUvUrthe neigh borhood have otteii them Lebanon Enterprise seCtionput together and until the last few years was supposed to be incprable For q great many years doctor pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local ire tmeiit pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a coustitutidnat disease and thtrefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney fc Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cUe on the market It is taken internally in doses Jrom 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surface of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case iTiails to cure Send for circu lars aiip testinonials Adaresa FT Cheney Co Toledo Olio Sold by Druggists 75cl Taks Halls Family pms for co- ntiatiomi I IThe Peanut Politician One by one as the decades come and go do we find father lime ringing n5 the changes The things web have abut now are not the things whiclJI were each and every thing hav ing its turn serving its day and then becoming obsolete One of the most noticable of thes3 evoluting changes iis The passing of the Ipeanut politifiian a character tlfOrears payed an active part Ji every township andcity He it was that sat be hind the scene and looked wise mT issued his edicts When upon the street he rushed to shake band witbthj great com mon people and the sereneness of his bland smile used On that occasion would settle the most pestiferous storm Hegave out b sopinion in that knowing con idential mariner that said q Illf tetl ou this because you are my friend so do not mention iit Now this political sage is fast b becoming one ofthe thijgs that were The people no longer oak to him ler wisdom they have long since learned that thoWgusbing howdyedos and confidential chats did not mn anything and that they were landed out liberally to all The vOter now when approached by tthis politiciati immediately be gins to ask himself what tluv clever gentl6tnan wants No longemm tho great com mon peopld hungry for office and official promises at tile ex pense of their country and gov ernment All have found tha- ihonestadinthitiiitions leave no picking for the pedout politician All hive learned that the pro mise made in high place mean but little and that there are many dissapointments in office holding The changes in the times have left no room for the peanut poli tician he must go and be cot tented with the has beans The leaders tit Washington who during the last presidential campaign tilled the people upon proufis s have llearned to see their mistake Thdhave learn ed that they cnnotrun an en tire cjng e4d contrary to their promisesi ILQJin behalf of the money grabbers dnd trusts anti cover their eeLs ith soft and gushing hindsliakas for the people N he people have learned the diff rence in revising it dOYlnw rJ The peanut politician must change his program He has learned thap fronjsuch upheavals tsthe la t governors election in Kentucky and the last municipal election in the great citof Milwaukee The people are doing their own thinking thby are lathe saddle uid will rule Honest Abe Lin coln said it right when he gave birth tb tbat now old saying You taD fool all v the people part of the time and part of the people all the tiim3 but you can not fool all the people all tbe time The peanut politician must go The interest of Ithese American states demand that bgoes His old time tacticsrare nauseat log and his stock of schemes have ceased to have the desired effect Thepeoplehave turned on the light of day and this to gether with the strong current Jof public sentiment sends the American politician to another clime Owent Couty Democrat J Nepolcons Grit Iwas Of the unconquerable nevcrsay die kind the kind that yOU ned most IIoughorIIjhave aU failed lose ltzirt or jhope Tefcke Dr gs New Dis coyery Sati fac Iivej is ffuarenteed when used for throat or lung trouble It has thousands of hopelessj sufferers masters Stub born colds obstinate doughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma bay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 5Ic 100 Tria bot tie free at Ro berteon Haycib1 jBold Attempt is IMade To Kidnap Young Child A bold attempt to kidnap a oneyear old Cab occurred in ILincoln county last week Mrs Thomas Eadsj n prominent young matron sa passing on- t the Hustonville pik j in front of- herplace an automobile contain ing a mafn and woman Being busily engaged at the lime with her domestic dutia Mrs Eads had entirely f rgcitten thin oc curenca ran4 was occupied in rocking her baby to sleep before commencing preparations for dinerlien the woman who had just passed in the machine suddenly appeared and asked permission to rest until the return of her husband who was attending to some business dOyn the road This request Mrs Earts readily grantd1nutiding at lhesf1me tim hiLt the visitor was greatly interested in her Ibaby The cluldbeing osleep its mOl l1er nderto lt to layvlnm on abed in another raom Indoing tthis she was followed by the strange woman who seemed desirous of getting her hands on the sleeping child She soon left however and Mrs Eads preparetheshort time hearing a poise in the direction of fifer front door she went to see if any one was opening it when she was again confronted by the unknown visi for In a guiless mannet the woman announced that she had lost a valuable diamond pin arid had probably dropped it where thebaby was sleeping Mrs Ectdp without thinking ccomp anied he rco the bed in search of tile missing diamond When the bed was reached the strange woman picked up the baby glancing hurriedly from door to door and at the same time fumbl ing in a handbag which hung at her waist Now thoroughly alarmed at thes rang actions of the woman Mrs Eads reached for her baby Meanwhile the strange woman pulled a small vial out of her handbag and dashed its contents into the mothers face Overcome with paic Mrs Eads still had presence of mind to get hold of lur child und rushing through the tv tir dtjor of the house soughtsdfetyni tbe ca bin fa negro some disance away Mr Earls having been notified came quickly to the house but all signs of the strange woman and wouldbe Kidnapper had dis- appeartd V J Mrs E ds and her bly went at once to h bomB of her urcie Mr A C Cariuni wnere she will stay urlitshe1iat j tully re covered from her friglitful ex perience So farno truces have been discovered of the whereabouts of his dangerous un known woman Lebanon Enterprise Every Body Satisfied Who has tried Dr Hells PmeTar Honey for coughs colds lagrippe or an throat qr bronchial trouble Get a bottle today Solu everywhere Look forth bell on the bottle Notice All per otis indebted to the firm of Mc ilroy Shultz will call and settle same at once and save cost The books will be found at Shullz Cleavers hardware tore T1IIEFAIR Greatest Success is The His tory of The Assqciaiioni tF The Washington County Fair Association held its Annual Ex hibition at the Pair Grounds last weL Since the organization bf the Association its Success has been varied however t has generally succeeded in coming outjcleai each yearV This year however has been thermostsuceessfuHn the history of the Association a greater amount of stock bBingejrhibiied aKilftrgefcrowds in attendance Thircl vasa marked iinpro men inV the cattle VIand1 in the exhibition mules and jacks which is said to hkye been better than that at the State FairhastyearAti the ririgs were excellent and the smallshows ajid other attractions onjthe ground were an excellent JEealure ofthe Pair Tha trots on thi faccourse were viewed by a arge crowd Walker Moore won the first premium and I G James the second I the premium list iis as foilows HundleyRug SamIi TuckerT Rug in yarn work Mrs T MV Esfes Silk Quilt patch wdrkf Mrs TDvTapp T GottoD Quilt Mrs C L Brady Worsted QUilt patch work1 fMss Katie Cochran Best specimen of Silk Ji Em Bake4Bestwark in cotton lyfrsJ R WtarLt Uttit t pc imen oicroch v work in worsted Mrs Jha9 Boldrick Embroidered rloAei AJayme Wilson I Shirt waist best specimen hlnd embroidered MrsO F Bosleyjil SMisgafl cE1ro Lunch Cloth Miss Sallie Bosley Table Scarf M rs J Y Mayes Ladies Tie Mrs T 0 camp- bell Sofa Pillojw Mrs TC Campbell 1 Best specimen of French Em broidery Mrs Ti C Campbell Specimen of Mt Melik Eat broidery J L Norris Best Specimen of Hebed- aEpibroideryD S Mudd Specimen of Wall chjlJn Em oroidery Catharine Spalding Special of Hardapger Em broidery Mrs J R Wharton Special of Eyelet Embroidery Miss Sadie Wjlson Special of Shadow Embroidery Miss Julia Parrott Best specimen of Prawn Work JMrs C C BoldriekiiT Best handinade1 Ladies Shirt Waist style nd workmanship considered L S Mudd Best handmade Calico Dress style and workmanship consider ed1 Mrs 00 Boldrick BanUsomest Emb roidered Laundry Bag Mrs Mayme Wil sonIrish Point Lace Mrs G D Robertson Jr- Battenberg Lacs Miss Effie Pcfster KnittedLaceMrJ S Coca Doug er j i j J Irish Crochet Mrs J R Wharton v Knitted Counterpane Mrs 11 W hyatt Crocnet Counterpane Mrs T M Estes rPair Mittens Silk or Woolen Mrs R T Best i Handsomest Pin Cushion t Mayme Wilson Handsomest Afghan in Zephyr Mrs Hf A Gnnstead Display of Tissue Pa pef Work Miss Mary Peter Fancy Apron fot Lady Mrs TVG Campbell Prettiest Dressed Dolj Mrs Joe Janes t Hand Bouquet Miss Mattie Robertson Display of Cut Powers Mrs Will Johnson1 Bouquet of RUses Miss r Nun eye Simms Pretties Hanging Basket Mrs Matt Mayes Largest Sunflower Head Mr JJSmith portrait in Oil Miss PlJral Keen Landscape Oil Miss Flora Keene Flowers in Oil Mjss Flora Keene Portrait in Water Colors Miss Flora Keene Animals in Water Color Miss Flora Keene v lestSpecirneniITi q konr Work Mrs C AGfeeh If Pest4 Free Hund Dra in g Miss Fjoca Keene Best Pastel Work Miss Mat Me Robertspo t OneHalf Dozen Plates Mrs J Y Mayes Handsomest Speciman T of Painting n China Miss Anna Blanch WeisenI Hund Painted Placque Mrs MW Hyatt Hand Painted Picture Fame Miss Flora Keene v Hand Painted Miniature Sister Josephine Tapestry Painti gMrsT D Tapp Burnt Workin Wood Mrs C A Green Pen and Ink Shetcb Wok rsJ C Ensor Best collqction of Apples not less tban four varietiesi Mrs J W Beam Plate of Ben1 DiNiR pot f ss than six Mrs Kent Bianfori Plate of Wine Sap Mrs Kent Blandfoid t Plate of Maiden Blush Mrs J W Beam Best plate of eating apples not mentioned above Mrsi J C Ersor Collection of Pears MrsJ Kent Bland ford Plats of Balett j Pears Mrs J W Willett Plate ot SeckelPears Mrs J W Beam Plate of Pear not mentionEd above MrsTHJ Settle Plate of Peaches ding stone Mrs Mary Peter Best pate of Grapes grown by one person Mrs Mary Peter Besti plate of Concord Grapes Mrs P Perrier Bist phate4ofIvsr Seeding Gripes Mrs C W Dawson Best plate of Martha Grapes Mrs S P Derringer Best platte of Delaware Grapes Mrs S P Derringer Best pjate of Grapes of any variety not mentioned above MrsMaryPterCl Mrs Kate Litsy Bestdi play of Fruits grown by one pron Mrs J W Beam Watermelon W E Ray Best Muskmelon W ERav Cantaloupe W E Ray LargestPumpkin Jeff Goatie Buttpr one pound J H Walker Loafof Light tread Mrs P C Cleaver Fruit Cake Mrs W E Coleman White Lady Cake Miss Mattib Robertson White SpongeOakeMfs H PiMcGhord t Angel Food Cake Mrs BT P McChord Carameli Cake Mrs D Tapp Cocanut Cake Mrs 8 P Mc Chbd J Chocolate Cake MrsH J Oocanou her iii Kibbon Cake Mrs J H Green Light braad MrPC Cleaver Corn bread Mrs H P Mc Chqrd i H me rna cheese Mrs B L Litsey BiscuitrSpda MrsE P Mc Chord Biscuit beaten Miss Kate v Wharton Home made CandyvMrs W E Coleman Best Hanjj cooked Mrs T C Campbell i E 1r i Not a Drop ofA1cohcW- hat n i is a tonic A medicine that increatheshent- or tone of the whole system What ian alterafivc A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action ttoCt healthy action Name the best tonic anA teratiyc i Ayers Sarsaparilla the only Sarsaparilla n eJy free from tj alcoholI Ask your own doctor all about it Nevertelic ji medicine doctors cannot eridorse LCAycrCo c C4I1 Without daily action of the bowels pokonotsproductsrnustbeabioPtlt c Jmpureblood biliousness headache Ask yourdoctorj1bo tAcr PUcutitut i UtUlSfJen jwroJ d I i 10J 11 tJ Jo Saddle of Mutton cpbked MraJjH Green J l i Il Jartof canned PeacKesf Mrs J Effie Foste prtlJar of Cucumber PieLrleMrs J H Greon d tJultParrottGrape Wine Miss Kale Whiri t ton Blackberry Wine Mrs Wijf McBlroy v fhJ Sample of Honev Mrs G E McWborter pi pay of Jelly owned by one person Mrs Will Johnson Display 6C PreservesT owned by one person Mrs Ed Pile Continued onpace2 for QiiickJ Rcfipf Trom Hay fever Asthma arid summer bronchitis take Foley s Honey and Tar itejuibk ly relieves the discomfort and suffer ing ahd the annoying symptoms disappear It sootHes and heats the inflamed air passes to tte lead throat jand bronchial tubes Itcon tains no opiates and no harmful daugs Refuse substitutes Haydon 4 Robertson j i4 Kentucky Fair Dates The folowln are the date fixed for holding the KeutuRff Pairs for 191Q ai far asjegpstedA Offfcers of fairs are requested t reportto us any omissions or correction of dates Birdstown August 314 days Hodgenville Sepjtembar 6 days Glasgow September 284 days Kentucky State Fair JLonis K f rtfFl3er6layft- vmSlckess fo Exce1hUjealth So says MrsCbac Lyon fa niiul found in your Foley Kidm PiUs a prompt antl speedy cUe for backache and kidney treble which bothered me for nianymbriths I am now enjoying excellent health which I owe to Foley Kid Ifey Pills tJ Hay don Robertson iEXECUTOR As executor of the will of T M Lanham I wil o- nSaturday Sept17 about thehourof130 pan ntlepremises sell at public auction the farm containing about 84 ACRESS owned by the late TM Lanham The farm is situated about pne and one half mites West of Sppngfield on the Smith Mill turnpike The farm is in a high state of cultivation and has on it an excellent frame dwelihig containing 7 rooms and ah other necessary out buildings This is one ftDe best watered farms in Washington county and contains an excellent orchard of apples and small fruits The sale will be on a credit of one fourth cash the remainder in one two three and four years The bonds lot the deferred payments to bear Interest from date and payable annually and to contain a clause thatjn default of any installment of interest or any note all of the notes to become due and payable at the option of the oym ers Any information that any purchaser may desire or wishes to see the place call fnH A Rudd 9r W A Clements HttieRudcL Executor of PfllL LaUhaqi- CtrinA Mthcdc ClutatfV Qf all Vha strange mcCes 9rsaltjtii- 5Uon life most tradidijiaty is tiw daiice cr ceremoriy turrpnt ln tIt west African kingdom of Dahonwyv Whenever any Dahouinn clilel or qffl clal of ranli comes to pay you A visit lie always opens the interyieV by daaclns around you vith varlousqufeer contortions extremely suggestive Of his having just upset ft kettthofbOfl Ing AVater over his knees dilch you nre bound to Imitate ns closely ad pp nile It W even icported tliitt one of the native mluiTtcrs of the terrible King Gezu oWed h15 wprd rtstnt tIIr Dahoma court wht iy to his superior skill in cutting iliesc strange Papers aiidnfiat he thus IJtcrallj nscvcliiis figuratively Jompeit io preferraent i iTcmiraYiJbta FutlierCome yourg mJtii Get your Jacket off and conic with moVTo 1 my Ypare Jiot going tqt llcfcTOe eJ you dad FntherCcmlnly PB tl J teU y uJ1t Uit1 uo nettle wltb ycO1 fcr ycur baa be hovlor rorapjyYe3 but ttU Itf It w1s mnly n 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iiothaiyefti j If jtfre crate qflibe JaWVtett of the dli fottni aSfe 91ttrJQ issue then yoii bqild f aVe Mt eod us the aaoner tojMf a JJH jn advance Unles jro do tite the goYernrneniIIikeltffort us tOdiscontlnlleU NewsLa der tovotf JIt 1 FokiyKidny tHJs Tonic in quality twi tM rqhskk suPs For ack l sidme dlzz n ervotf saeM J Robert- sntr JardM S Mrs W B B rl t mtCaYli iQr Mjss Lucy hat ri c from a very pleasaat vjtft TrUkf tbe formers JStf MriBiio- ScottsburgT f L t MissIHarrodsbur is Vizitrng UiiI r Ida Grays J v lir lad Mrs ii Go HarMsir spent th we6lc end ifiIUitff v daughter iq PerrjTill t tended the fair ktrlsfeat place Mr Robert Gray ac aiilir spent Safrarday nlj hli Said fIJii fcfapu1vMr E van Sale and ifet st Mpckville wfr flHNit ol th s1 ofmer rn thrAit Liy 1tt r leWednesdayiS li r EE Hirdis jg4Iv w f pjircbased ot T Ciaat1a cpltpice18O t 1 t 1yalterauiSanday with Ir1igjloowfield 6W fS Several from kniwtLr QiatiLyCutiS 0 i n n5a dJftfj PIIis s home aearLea tir a erp1Il t8 BirMt prJ Mr a M raSGl ffrdy Mr Wilt Gray SuMaj ltb1rs P CtpSCd1SKy t MraerQ ath rr1v iif mtiWto rii Thos lisaoikuj1Kew 4efclcu4 wcie tks 4 I Xt1keL NQ pin w ept tast 04lilCII tb its y6u Youve0tt it4kekltky stoaiadi the 4W tie active KWn 7 ZSQf iboyhood Yosr iiyter lad you bluM11M IVtlictric 4i gestktosck Ir r KUan Bowel Try tlhta IWy t1- otU1toy llitIII aiuti fiea4 b45wltk n v1e Oc tMISJ t4cT j J UiKOtU torIAj 1910 7dt ShksIbsrThuarr IThuarrIi J rf 1 J JnfNfl lfAD gIflPjRLD IIIWEIIDUIIY11IITIIV1IIlIhLY i 1i ipiii In fld PnbIIshISrI 4pJ j i T6yr 1 StM J Jefi THK FAIR iJ cina4tropgei Si5PSM 12I c lrWLt Ci JtAY1 T4 ftJ bpgR w t7O P8 I c wyiI 1otby 54 DoMIJy rw4I and rua Prthiets 4Imh Potato A 6 Mitchell liM CotIuWt w MraC W Uawaea Ifed Aacknon JlOWB byJ pSUVL WnPsJMr Pjkmd Pfyiaeiith Rocks 0M- Hiit Plymouth Rocks ob rt- 1AWYdOJaR Thog Hadoii 1 = 1tBraia Refer Martin McZlreypPo Gd Wka- r rfl Gs IA Nilly MIaliid Red Sbwman l PafcT ikeyrof any variety Charles PIiir sIGeaea L D Walker Jr PtIr Dvek MraG L Haydon of Ducks IrvzetY J fMt FfftoM Eggs Mw C L t IIW A CIenthd1CtJ too Id for GParpeae tMaea ryrs 4U IttJl k ifcree years old and wider four f lB aPs wo y ua ekl and under threeJ fish 1PiUtj Mack Hsgfces 3d Harp jipc y ar old aai d4r twofi Jin a Donn lat Thurman A NM t s Yarjiiider Me year old L M Grefftrlrtr ilHcluHziL 3atI fair Baggy Geldiags L F M t clyl itBo Lucw3d r ihtBeamier Stalfien L C James WhMr Ji 4 jJ SEgONDDAY HigaaBerkshire Bear one year oW andover l oJ rye1at leritshire Bear voder one year old I FFryelsaBdad Berinhire Sew ever one year lId 0 4F Fr 1st aMW litfcyajre ew teder one yejurfim QP Fry Isi and fad y rHyiI epe year old Grundy Or- B t tat fid r one year 0141L rHden2dsw1v MM year old EUSMayes f J 1t Griwiy r fcanae 2d I s wierjeM year old RoIL Ed- eIea1tSMayJx2d st Her eoe Male and three fe 41 P Edekn lat Grundy Bs 1Ii I Sweefstakes B42asy j ge any breed 0 F Frye Xlst 1 afberJld lbqr lai t any breed 0 F Frye t lit4eidld IkeepB4ek ever oeyaro4d G W Foster lstraar ett Fieaer 2nd Bfcek wder oneearo1d G W Foster ilsykeWt McEkey 2nd J te over one year old Garnett 4F lit RebertMcElroy 2d 1weepatakes a lIKIk any age Garnett Fishe let IAetMeE1royd we eay age GW Foster let Gar a tPSs 2Od Best Turnout Iernout singleV BohonLucasj MaekHQckes2d etTmrnout Pony Ring J R Dur lstLRMattinfly2d Sdggy Mares airef Baggy Mares I C James 1st T irjHHi jk Jeters 2d Herses for General Purposes 4 isjujfouyrsodandoverJI Lucas 2d Trjfivy1 years old and underi i f rVQ J ewer 1st Bpbon Lucas 2d 9MKe erGelding two years old wiiejer three Freak Marshal let JrHJStaUieB oe year old and under two cwWer Dunn 1it CbMBlanton2d jtalMnn r ine year old J gRe- eatT3stiI1M I geet StaUiw And three or more feet B B Leachaaan IGekUngsI pid and- vtr iaidder DonnOst C C Brewer fai I Saddle GeWii C three years old and I aader four Bofeion Lucat 1st C JewK1d sIs Class J Beat Saddle Mare Stallion or Geld a r SMSWed iIIyraHimctOOcountyBo on LitstJIPtera2ndSBeet 1h eegaited Mare or Gelding se w 4eeke er jsebbed Mack Hug- hesiTSMBeadeter Ring lleaaeter Marker Gelding I C James i itMD FOt ti r THIKD DAY J BifttleLAflr11 tii Bpll mwkr o NIrtk1 q ffeilAiMit WG GriDi 1 2 Mrfv V t Cows fJj WQ 7I St 1diW r w D OILY 7wI u ndei ttIJUljtG t r lMlrOk1i1 tt t t c r i Sweepstakes Bull way agcWG Gruady 1at Gt Haydon 2d jQWi ln1XJ GfIi Haydon ltS P Thomn 2d BtIlerd of Ullif Cattle own M by one pter tione male and thrMtemales W D Claybropke lit Jrsey old Cows and over S f Williams lit A C Kim bltt 2d HM ONan 3d and4tb Baby Show Handsomest Girl Baby under out year old Ed Sallee 1st Saddle Stallions Best and Finest Stallion or Mare two years old and over registered in America Saddle Horse Register to be shown in hand Bphon Lucas 1st Mack Hughes 2d Beet and Finest Stallion or Mar under two years old registered in American Saddle Horse Beglsler to be shown in hand- S udder Dann lstL M Greg 9rY 2dr h StalJioc thrjee years old and over Scudder Dunn IsfBobon tuua2dBest Maice dr Horse Colt by 1oble Denmark Season 1911 Eeary Spaldini 1st CD Miller 2d Horses for Harness Purposes Mare four years old and over I 0 James 1st E E Buster 2d Mare three years old and under four C C Brewer 1st Mare two years old and under three Bohon Lucas 1st W XT Smith 2d 1MareL M Gregory 1stiB P Thompson 2d Harness Geldings Gelding four vears old and- over Scudder Dunn IstBohon tocus2d Gelding three years old and under four WT Smith 1st Bohon Locus 2d RmgtBestMre E E Buster 1st I d Jamei2d Mare andGolftr 1fGregorYlsti oJnbinedRingsf Gelding Mack Hughes 1st Scudder Dunn 2nd and 3rd FOURTH DAY Jacks Jack four years old and over SBNally 5 Jack three years old and under four W W McElroy 1st Levi Ruby 2nd Jack two years old and nude three J E May 1st Mack u Gibbs 2nd Jack one year old and under 2jidJackYoung 1st Gbbs Mackin d Jennet three years old and- over Gibbs Mackin 1st J T Montgomery 2d Jennet two years old and un der three Gibbs Mackin- Jennetene tyear oldtfnd y ndcr two J T Montgomery 1st Jennet under one yearld F FMudd 1st JJ Advertising for1 Road Work lt the undersigned with the consent and by the authority ofjB L Litsey County Judge being anxious that all the4money appropriated by the Wash ington County FiscarCourfat the April term be expended on the turnpikes of the county call especial attention to tae following sections not yet under contract Part of 3X 3 Fron pr ingfield to Pleasant Run on prinjfisld a- nPvilpike iBalanCe of ec 40 From Pleasant Run to Dr Hatchetts gate on same pike ec46 Barbourville pike from Pleasant Run ridge to Marion county line rSectionsand Texas pike ections 48 and 26 pring field and Mackville pike 4 miles Sectious 50 and 51 Balance Of p ringeldand Willisburg pikeb Sections 57 and 59 Balance of the Lincoln Run pike Section 55 From the bridge East of M D Reed to the Bloomfi ldl ecfion 64 Two From Cecihille to Robt Mclntire ections 66 and 8 On the Waltons Lick pike from Sales Ford to Polirn ection 4 On the Bloomfield pike from the Magisterial district line to the bridge ec6 Booker pikev ec72 Tick Creek road f 4ec 73 Mays Creek road I will contract with any responsible pKtror parties who are willing to epoiiply with specificatiefis and will so tract All work inojAbe completed ntovwl 1910 All ItOwork these Mctipn 8hOuId be given nieatbnee Afi to w o prow iof contracta have MeoiYe1l1 tc ilt sernatO- Ice a4sitgTjRM3YEs j f Reldu- pervioriiiii Beat jennet and jack colt G 0 Young 1st I WtAeJnd Best jenaet afdjenDeb cojtj FF Mudd l- Sveeptafs r Tack any age Uibba Mackin ls jJennetGibbs Mackin 1st J TtMontgomery 2d Mules Hcrse Mule three years old and over J H Baogbman 1st Gab Shewmakerjd Hors Mule two year old and adder three J H Baughjnan first and secondIHorse Mule one year tta and under two Prank Offutt first J H Baughman second Horse Mule under one year old JE SmithlstW 0Arnold 2dj Mare Mule three years old and over Grandy Orphanage 1st WI S Cocanougher Mare Mute two years old and under three J1 H Baugpmair1t and2d f J Mare Mule oner year old and under two Pran fe Offutt 1st JJ S Baughman 2d Mare Mule un ron year old T P Stigall 1st JV WdTkersoh 2dur Sweepstakes Horse Mule jany geoJ H Baughman 1st and 2d Mare Mule any age J H Baughman 1st and 2d Mare and Mule Colt T P Stig111st J H Baughman 2d Best pair of Mures three years old andover either sex shown harness ISrundy Onpfeanage lett J H Baughman 2d Best pair ot Mulestwbars old and under three J H Bngh man JLst and 2a Baby Show Handsomest Boy Baby under one year olflv Dick Keene Pony Ring Best Shetland Mare and Colt JR Durham 1st L Mattingly Saddle Ring Bst Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Scudder Du4n 1st tiqfibn Lucas 2d r Harness Purposes Stallion four years old and over Scudder Dunn 1st J I Peters 2d liStallion three years old c and under four C C are 1er 1st Mack Hughes 2d Stallion or Gelding two years old and under three Prank Mar snal 1stScudderDun42dS- tallion one year old rnd un der two Scudder Dunn 1st Ohms Blantpn 2d Stallion under one year old T P Stigall 1sttJ R Reed 2d Best Turnout nest Turnout double horses harness and vehicle to be consider dTo be driyen by a geg tleman accompanied by a lady I C James 1st Bohon Lucus 2d Pony Ring Best Pair of Shetland Mares Geldings r Stallions tobe shown to harness J R Durham 1st L F Mattingly 2d Combined Ring Mare or Gelding Mack Hughes 1st Sc dder Dunn2d Roadster Ring Best Stallion Mare or Gelding I C James lstj Walker Moore 2d M D Foster 3d Saddle Ring Mare three years old and over Scudder Dunn 1st C C Brewer 2nd Double Team Best double Team ICJ James 1st Bohon Lucas 2nd A Frilitfuti W rech of train automobile or bujfgy may cause cuts bruises abrasion sprains or wounds that demand Buklens Arnica Srlye earths greatest heal er Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kind eczema chapped hands and lipspdore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at Haydon Robeitson Litsey MisesMary Logan Neay Eleanor Reed and Mary Leo Taylor are spending the week with Miss Grace Shehan Mr Walter Jeffries of Louisville is the guest pf Mr Charley Litsey Miss Mary Bruce iis visiting Dr and Mrs J H Hopper Messrs J XPolinr Ed Grace and John A Polin attended the Roucbens sale Tuesday Mr George Moore had the misfortune to have a fine horse fall into a well Mr Pete Shehan is attending- the Bardstown fair this week Miss Emma Rose Polih spent Wednesday with Miss Grace Shehkna TSMraunnespent the week epd witJ Jilr and Mw JvLMarUn 2 Miss Lavinia OC 1nOr and Sarah Reed were toe guests 0 Miss Francis Litsey Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs J R McAlisier spent Sundaj with Mr y 0 Polin and family Miss Hapey VariAirsdale will return home Thursday after visiting her sister fa Columbia Kyv rr- IIItliss Logan Neal spent last week with Mjss FrancisJMartin Acute or ChronicWhlcti No matter if your kidney trouble is acute or chronic Foleys Kidney Remedy will reach your case Mr Claude Brown Reynoldsville Ill writes us that be suffered many months with kidney complaint which baffled all Ireatment At last he tried Foleys Kidney ReTielflr aud a few llarjjef bottles effected a complete cure HesaysIthas been of inestimable value to me Haydon Robertson Y 4 For Sale A beauti ul lot on Main street eastof Methodist church having a frontages on said street of 53 feet and ex ending north to alley For particulars call oni Mils Lizzie Lee GUN COTTON f I A Peculiar Characteristic of This 7cr rtble Explosive Many anU odd are tile materials en tering Into the manufacture of modern explpsives but perhaps the most inter 1g9t all these elements of destruction ns well us the simplest Is gun cot ton The gun cotton manufacturing Industry is large Jls enornfous quantities are used In the charging of torpedoes and for similar purposes The base of gun cotton is pure raw cotton or even cotton waste such as is used to clean machinery This is steep ed in a solution of one part of nitric and three parts ot sulpiiurici acid It is the former ingredlebt that renders the mass explosive the sulphuric acid be- Ing used merely to absorb all moisture thus permitting the nitric acid to coin bine niore readily with the cellulose of the cotton After being soaked for several hours in the solution described the cotton is passed ItfAween rollers to expel all nonabsorbid acid a process carried to completion by washing the cotton in clear water This washing process Is a long one requiring machinery which reduces tho cottprt to a mass resern bUng paper pulp Shuld any nonab sorbed acid be nllowed to remain it would decompose the cotton If the explosive is to be used after the manner of powder It is still fur ther pulverized mid then thoroughly dried but If Intended for torpedoes It is pressed 4nto cakes of various shapes and sizes disk shaped cylindrical flat squares and cubes When not corn pressed gun cotton is very light light as ordinary batting A peculiar characteristic of this ter rible explosive Is that a brick of it when wet may be placed on a bed of hot coals and as the moisture dries out the JLotton will flaky and burn quietly If diy originally however tbgun to will explode with terrible force at about 320 degreesof heat la general It Is the custom to ex ploe gun cotton by detonation or an Intense shock Instead of by heat In a torpedo the explosive charge Is wctF this wet cotton being exploded1 by means of dry cotton in a tube this having been fired by a cap of fulmi nate of mercury the cap Itself having been flred by the impact of the torpedo against the target Harpers Weekly UNDER THE OCEAN Things That Happen at the Bottom of the Sea Naturalists dispute as to the quantity of light nthe bottom of the sea Ani mills from below fathoms either have no ieyes or faint Indications of them or else their eyes are very large andl protruding Another strange thing Isthut If tba creatures In the lower depths have any color It Is orange or red or reddish orange Sea anemones corals shrimps and crabs have this brilliant color Sometimes It Is pure fed or scarlet and tu many speLbneng it incllncH fo AVardJrjurple 1ot a green or blue flrfi 1t foun The jrange reins the llsb protection f0r the bliiisb green light In the bottom of the ocean makes tim orange or the red flwb nppeartnfa nctttrnl tint nod bides It from Its qneinles Many animals are blnok others neutral in color Some Hsb are provided with boring tails so that they ran burrow In the mUf1l Tbe surface of the submarine uioun tain is covered Iwlth shells IJUe an or dinary seabeacb showing that it Is the feasting place of vast shoIs of car nivorous animals A codfish ttrflcps a fhole oyster Into Its mouth craclis the shell digests the meat and ejects the shell Crabs crack the shells fwd lid out the meat This accounts for whole mounds of shells that are often found Xot a fishbone Is over found that is not honeycombed by the boring shellfish and falls to pieces at the touch of the baud This shows whai destruction Is constantly going on in These dpt If a ship sinks at sea with all on board it will be eaten by fish with the exception of the metall and that will corrotte and disappear Notra bone of a human body will remain after a few days Philadelphia North American Had to Do It Champ Clark was showing a constit uent about the capitol onO day when he invited attention to a solemn faced individual just entering n rpniinlttct room See that chap asked Clark He reads everyone of the speedies delis ered in the house What gaspedUie constituent Fact said Clark Heads every word of em too Wild is be queriedl the visitor re garding the phenomenon closely A proofreader at the government printing office explained Champ Cincinnati Cdmmereial Tribune An Easy Numismatist Mrs have jome weroi 1nce a G004llrtyouseeiIto lI1 j Jby orof ssl thIsma- tist Howard Hasher tos ladyl a 611ector ot rare coins Antold coin is rare to nievPIUIndelnbln i P Big Laud ale1r 07 Saturday T iI L Septembeike 17 1010OJi i lAT 230 OCLOCK PMJ e ii Yi1lisburgpublic outcry about 300 Acres of Latidr Lying near Willisburg Ky This is one of the best tobacco arms in the burley district The farm lays well and has on it a good eight room dwelling all necessary outbuildings 2 stock barns large tbacco barn three tenant houses is well watered and in high state of cultivation and has on it about thirty acres of timber arid a large quantity 01 fine locust trees The Springfield and Willisburg turn pike runs through the farm and divides it into nearly two equals parts IbacII i proc1uciiveit is necessary in order lo distribute an estate t TERMSOnefourth on or before March 1 191V and the remainder in three equal installments due on or before I 2 and 3 years from March 1 1911 with interest from Jan 1 1911 payable annually With precipitating clause and lien retained on the land to secure payment of purchase money7 notes The purchaser will be required togive bond with good personal security for the first payment of the purchase price due Mrfrchl 1911 Any person desiring to look over the premises before SpringfieldKypleasure in giving all Information dSsired TJJ Miller and W MyattTI 5I IAgents for the Heirs of T W M J Eeed i t Adffliistrators Sale I i As Administrator fthe estae of W P Montgomery d ceased I will at bis llate residence 8i miles North of Springfield on the Springfield and Walton Lick turnpi11en Wednesday SSept1LL I r f AT 10 OCLOCK AM offer for isale to the highest bidder ttiefarm containing 116 ACRES necessatvAgood oiicitiard This farm has rcwnysoine of the finest tobacco ave raised Washington county Personal Property One extra fiveyear F old mare bred to Motto Pearl good family mare one 10year old mare bred tojj ick extra farm mjxre one 14 year old mare bred to jack one suckling mare muecoltt extra good one 1 goqd yearling horse mile good one one jlrseycow and calf 1 extra 5year oldon 500 lb heifer 31 extra stock ewes and one buck 1 sow and 8 pigs 1 sow and 9 pigs 5 sowfidne to pig in September 44 feeding hogs all Durocs one ihorougbbred Poland l hiua boar pne share in the Cements telephone 001 one sixth interest in a dipping tanfr about 250 bushels of corn one steel tiro bufirgyy good as new buggy harness one Old Hickory Vyrfgoh 3 t axle one Walter A Wood mower onenaif interest in lukindslu old brick one 50 gallon kettle household and kitcnen furniure Poultry etc TERMSOn arm one third cash remainder ic ode two and three years i equal ipsta1ments On pefsonalproperty al sun1 unler 10 cash over that amount on a credit of FIX months with good personal security and payable inI either batik of Springfield Anyone desiring to see the farm will he shown over jt bv Mr Will Thompson who Jives on the farm For furthsr information call on the undersigned R LL Montgomery Admr DINNER ON GROUNDS r 7VOU CAN HAVc- JI 1 Warm Rolls p6s Cream Light Il IIandRye Bred tr 4- I every morning at 11 oclock by tele phoning r callirigat I I Katie Hertlein lr Bros Vr Phone 69 v I I Try One of our Grape Juice i i i o Advice and a Mule Glvln w iMt men advice said Un lle Ebon l Uilads mo of ttry In to dig ilplfnc mjor mulej wit Ji fence rail It tires out de givc a ad hurts do njl celver but dont t make no real til- trtncewiington Star Cooking Gr n Peas SIt Is very easy ttxf rulti fresh green peas by coolvtug them In too inuch water says ConuUa Ilcdford This is a frequent faultw lur a quart tf pens mcasulud utter sfielllng put Jntp a saucepan urge tablespoouful of butter a half teasplboiifiileacu of salt pod sugar aud a dash of pepper Yheu inelted add ihfr peas cover and shake pvor tile hottest part of the tIre tor Jive minutes add three tablespoonfuls of watPrrtUl 0mw to one side where jiiej will tM k nmro NII Vfy Unless ttijd tIfioyr shwiiliLJie jilolie lii half an hintift til fV lftir1JrtWimprc of- IwnterJ If iijjiiJiKVr of bunilng tbd lUiintlty t1tiofflugt upon their juici Sis 3iy jjhyJttrl by almost diyhien lll 1 k 1t UsiridJca t A nouvcau rlclie receiitly attended n picture itlei ftlid who had noticed him at the tie IUdk afterward Rid you pick yp anything at that picture sale Jorl his r hnlltbe other respond cd Oh yes a cduple of landscapes OnO of cnwwatj ai biisKetof fruit and the otber a slorhuat fsca J Rather a thr fl nt yon Isuot tatluneS I for get the natnet but it goes hIke this And 1av jtatlcd itr Alter lie ud finished Ills friend fumed to him jsltlia sigh I wish tq goodness you had rjiuombered the name artd not the tune lie snfdTa1p plncotts Exactness In little dutlesvis a won lerfurgourco oftiecrfulness Fob n The OtHer Half JScott Half the people An the world ioat knows what the other half are Joing 3Idttu That is because the 3thcr lihiftiare doing them Boston Transcript LCommissIonersL tl E I 4tJ1 ftAi t oJ A Sympson Land r T Washingtoni Circuiti Court JCy rWILLIAM SYMPSON et al Pltfs 0 VS 4 luityi ROBERT L SYMPSON etal Dfts i T 4I 3tWashingtotiCjruirendqred dAtTirSil l to offer lot sale to highest and best bidder at public auction uneo xeSSfr o of one two and threee years on SaturdaySeptember 3 f9Q iAt 1 OO oclochama i or thereabout at the residence of thellate J A Sypthe following described property towit r T1fetNo 1 A certain i Xy9rnihessituatei k waters of QfBeeh ForkShor Creek and Hinton Branch and adjoining thTlsS qKeltySSSHt ct-4ii 376AORES i 3 sand les detiled t WaipijeaCircuittvThe a ovedes nbed property is known as the home place of tllat JiA Sympson and will be offered bidOrThis farm isequippeq with good brick house goodbarn good water sipilyat both house ohehailand eltMGraus M and feed are never scarce If you are looking for a money maker go aWsefit t At 23O o olockp J1ii s rri or thereabout On the Felix Nail farm if J Iwatersoflandsl of BallardKL Sympson and Charlie SpaldingD containing dJii1j i rl 92 ACRESJt and 26 square poles This tractpf land as the Felix Nail farm aed aea eagood brick house good barns andouthui1din With a Ilarge propor 0tfiMIottofu land A great hog and corn farm WIth plenty of good = wi La4ptofSnatk Mi14 remain lien said lands 21yeaquured by law Forth i it i j eacseityoralpaidPtoPjtfrspectivje purchasers who desire tjIoyr t1re farm Will call on Mr C R Fjlialrea wUtKWt u as joining farm r e F BOSLEY M a w c C I st 8ig Reduction r I1N 11Stov f an iig p Desiring floor space to pface oar Mlline of Heaters etc we will sacrifice fr pec cent oforiiall our Ranges and Cooking Sieves that we have on hand BeginnJnrOctoberlt I the railroad requires aI stoves shipped to be crated and will raise the price from g iso to 25 Per Gent I l on the SOVOrYou now haYeu crit lCltttI avoid these extra charges bYi kiyiiif atcand also gut advantage of the MJjwr tftsi count we are offering YOUiCllItft m aif Uia a Iooknd if we dont suit you fatt have tt I buy we will be grad to show you whaiwi liaw LsHIILTZ CLEAYEREE = i A ojs j 1 I We are now ellfr 2rr IL J III oLp HIIPciJVtJlJIt I tOOI 1 place you order n itIIBetter hey are all gon i L lhe1bcst Porch Swilfutl 7 Coma and in pcfc our lint oti4 Lea hmah CM sII aiTFurniture Store I rrafr4tk k 1 i ZT T 7 iia4i 1 BURTON R4IDINTDENTITa JJj TEETH EXTRACTED j WITHOUT PAIN f 0 uI a sk my rtftlBi RtNGiMjD KY- Lu Dentl Work Strictly Pirstclis I- l I iC41L1 i cr lit i bsur8t09am oTer 1to2imA J Lampton M IISo 11 s- eJo osI4PIlt JIeoo Jawcc N as bl V1FGR1GSY AT+ONNEYATILAWU j i srZ gawk j IWUM FDBLD I Dr H W HYATT to over Red Cross Drug Stor QMol hours latt 1080 j pltoIINYIMAYTS SoFUIg UCE1SED EM8AlMER LiE rtHO IDA t9aNIQHTZ4I SPRtXGFIELD KY 4 fbr t of ail rod t Schedule E illpwiig iis the time schedule now ii effect on tiie Bardstown the 1 aod Springfield branch railroad Jii o 41rLeaves Louisville ai 430 pm Bar llown Junctjou a tt f 522 p nfv Bardstowa 6Gp p ni arrivt at Springfield 055 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield atbu 600 a m Bardstown 64S a m p BarJutown Jrtnction 730 a m avin at Louisville 820 a in ftNp 43Leaves Louisville fa Ee72O855 ja f Bardstown 1005 ambn riVat Sprm tteld 1140 p m J No t4jeav Springfield al XOO p rm Bardstown 220 p iiiaP 7 Louisville 545 p moarriyeaVv I No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield 715 a m i Bardstown 800 a m Bardstown Junction J 345 nix arrif ei a5 Lonisvil It 4 335 a m rdl No 91 Sundays onlyLea L Louis lle t 600 pm Bards torn JjinCtion 64S p m Bardb 4tou 730 lm arrives ai 1Spri4gfleIdat 825 p m t 1and OrnamentalIII I TREES iic J BVerytbliogfor OrchaLawn and Garden o-Hit HilliiiLStrwberryPIants Catalogues No agenttt H F UILLENMEYRa 4i Laxington yIl 1 = J FoaRENTTIbe sableon U a1ltvbackof uiy residence nas two goo1t tI1itd qarriigt J house incoan6ctioiiv nli lot Wi 4t e rjiet in grass s Btiw Jufln W L vV a Stjayedj onv injr Jarui Vtbretr InifCs how Siiir1ieIdi 2 r q 8ie 2 red lie fSr5 and 4 cbvv andca f OwneimiiuvefcUo hy ni1iog pas UIJL i11 coytb s notice 11t D RFD 1 t j STRAYED jftpm Wt fa abouEw weeks agbfa7i0 ib riidfieifer Reward fpr jnfoi in tiP fut nguir creiIaOCIQrneflts tam teuucnig ottf lockof Mlihnery in order tumle roo1iby 1Ilor gpds r Miss Willie Knott Jv 2ttoNot f 7 vsT The firm oJYJarbo go having sold their flour mill to Mc Wiwrter Wells all peroqs roWing themselves indebted to tli old firm are reo ues ed to call I aad settle promptly r 1s w JARBOE to e sTORrA4 J TiM 4 ck4larL IWY 1IKt k eo H TOWN I II 1LacalI I TheFt htand Latest 1 AllAtout Yourself Friends Acquaintances MH I IMM Tobacco sticks at Barber Pettus J Ifice line of new fali bats just inat Miss Willie Knotts v ForSaleTw3tineJennet s Ii EO Walk r buggvatA your own price a t G Kimballs i Allsummer millinery ab your price at Miss Willie Knotts wBorn to the wife of William E Greenahoyi f 0 L Brady haT for sale 5P 0f a goodseedrye 1 00 p rbIFQR SALES Soahushels corn Carroll Kelly r LOST rA small redback day book finder will please return OB Hatcheit t 1 FORRENTRoorn over Peo eI Deposit Bank recently oc t cupied as millinery room 1 FOR SALE Two extra go01l uthdown bucks A 13Walkert JIand Joe Shadersgro fJceryt 500 pair of slippers 10 be sold t theDe taO days regardless cost atCarapbelJ Bros j B Rev fludspeth has been ty con ducting a Protracted meeting at h weekistian1rcltthiS sMoundto riflcttiore Uttii Leo Hay don b B D Lake wants to buy 30000 of shels of wheat Will pay theihighest market priceti Remember we will have a nthv line of coat suits and skirts inta wjda3s see them beforeyou y Mrs Williams tLOST Between St Rose church aricU Ben Simms farm black worsted coat Flodes will be reWaidii returned to this office The Central Baptist Associe tiouh JdIts mefeting at srurh Grove on Tuesday and Wednes ay of this week There was a arge attendance each day of iCjtt Wednesday Sept 7th iat mjy farjn on the Gordon pike 6 miles Southeast Springfield I will offer for sale hvestock farming implements etc C C Christie Tatham Springs Camp of Modern Woodmen will give an cream supper at their Hall at that place Saturday night September 10 JSvery body in vited FOUND r Onthe Fair Grounds buggy bridle and a pair lines Owner can have same by roving property and paying for this advertisement RobtlParrott LOSTOn Saturday August 2 itberat she Springfield Fair or On the road between Springfie- nd my house a Gold with a Cameo set Finder will please return to H E Case Miss May Mayes entertained la number of friends on last Mo day evening at a Lawn party on the lawn of Dr and Mrs M W trpitt Quite a Dumber of guestswere presnnt and spent a verYenjoyable evening MagIUazine requires the services of representative iin Washing coun ty to look after subscription re newals and to ext Ifa circulation special methods which have proved unusually successful- Salaryandconimissiou Previ ous experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spa time Address with references H C Campbell Costoopoljt th- Magazine189 Broadway New York City Picnic Tb a Sunday School Class of the Springfield Preaby terian church will hold their annual Sunday School Picnic at the Gr ndy Home on next Friday Fireat Opera House The peacefpl slumbers ofthe residentsf of Springfield were iuiurbedi by t ie alai m of fire l Y TOPICS I IIII- OOMMM p j Teeth ex tracted with out PAIN or DANGERNo g when plates tate waqte i Abb WORK IDone in this office Is firstclass iiMni vertised every respect and just aiad Ifj t 1I wySTiLLARD 4 tnDSiif jl Sfcrlnifeld Ky Jc4wf- r tIi Tester day morning at about 430 some earley risers discovered I fromltbetowel f Departaent rejjponded s promptly and ihe flames were soon extinguished The fire caught in the ceiling of th1t t building near the front and iis thought to haV been cajised from a spark from an electric wire Beyond the damage done bythewater the loss was slight Two New Banks It looks like a boom is on in Springfield as we are to hayeD wo new Banks fArticles cflncorporationot the pringfield State Bank haye been in led The Articles of Incorpora tion were signed by thefollowiag ten men T J Miller E S Mayes jr Jas H McClure Bruce Keene J R Durham G Cunningham Lulher Burns D JRobertsOn J C McElroy l and BL Litse who have each taken 50 shares The capItalh tock is to be 50000 divi 500 shares of 100 each Its understood that the stocLcvill- e distributed among the people the county The bank will begin business immediately in temporary quar ers until permanent quarters I an be I secured and a suitable building erecte Ji The affairs of the bank will be conducted by a Borfrd of nine Directors and the officers will be President vic President Cashier and Assistant CfcshieK gi 9donei one kew that such a move wa on foot until the articles of Incorporation were on record Mr J M Smith who was formerly cashier of the Farmers Bank of Mackville has been en gaged for some weeks in orga1 nizing a bank iin Springfield TheiiS subscribed and a meeting of the stockholders has been called fo next Saturday when the matter ol organizing and incorporating will be taken up Itis expected that this bank will also begin business at onca Springfield already has two banks that rank among the strongest in the State BothI have been very successful for several years past and baye def clared large dividends Since the establ hment of the Loose Leaf Tobacco market here th volumne of busines has som creased that four banks will all doa thriving business f Death of Mr Oclaniel l ItMr Situ Odaniel a prominent citizen of Marioncounty died a his home ia Lebanon on last Sat urday Mr Odaniel was 78 years oJage anduntittwo years 0ago was engaged in farming near St Marys Interment wa4 at St Charles Mr pdaniel l was the father of Mr3t1 R Mont gomeryof hisplaceI+ Mat Mock DeadJMr Jatt Mock died at the home of Jj Waiter Janes yes tefday morning a fteL a protr ct ed illness of B rights Disease Mr Mock cas about70 years of age and one of the countys old est residents Uncle Matt aslhe was called was a familiar figurer in the county a dwas a man universally respected by all For several years past be kept a small grocery store on tjie Rose and Lebanon Turnpike and codtinued this occupatiOn until a few months ago when fila health began to lailnd his mind be came unbalanced and his affaii had to be place Jvin the hands of a committee Funeral servic will be conducted at the Presby terian church this afternoon Children Ory r FOR FLETCHERS p CASTORIAI Deathof am Aged Citizen Washiugton county lost one 1Its oldest residents last Wednes day in the dea h pf Mr Wm T ickfoays prion death he withIt with heart disease caused hfs death HMr Adams was born 73 years ago in the same honse i which was reared to manhood FortvgMiss Elizabeth nest who preceded him to the grave a few yeat ago When a young man Mr Adams enlisted in Jibe army arid Kjti fV Kjj lioreturnedgaged in farming on tber old 7 home place and continued the OccuatiOn until his death As a famner he was industrious aridli sjjccessfiil Heis survived b- ixcthi1dien t Funeral services were eon ducted Tat Bethlehem Thursday by Rev W IR Williams J Ip Memory ci HA rThe l visited the home of Mrr and Mrs W1EI Brown Aug 23d and claimedfor its victim their beloved daughter i Mary She was 13 years5 and a Jew days old at the time of her death She was tak I en ill with Typhoid fever which 15 days resulted in her death 1ThWillisjj burg for interment and the J serfviCes were r rkri 1nnfn1 byRev Wolf of the Christian church of Springfield There was a largejj crowd in attendance to pay Ihe last tribute of respect to her here on eartfi Tpthe parents nd bereaved ones we extend our eartfelt sympathy T p t A Card of Thanks It y We desire to thank oar friends dutipourdugl1terMary Mr and Mrs W Ei Brown PERSONAl Miss Laura May P te Salirancis Martin Mr Walter Matherly left thfe morning toresilme- shis studies at William Jewell College at Liberty ol Mrs Amelia Musson of Grav el Switch is visiting Mrs A R rShuliz Ir Ed Mudd of New Haven was here last w elf Mr William E Greene is ilj with typhoid fever rM18 MarY E Npe and Miss Mary Lee Tlpr of Bethell Ohio are visifing relatives here tiL Miss Minni McCleUan iis iin Louisville studying the styles in fall millinery When she re turns she will be at Wathen Shakers Messrs Gdorgfi and Frank Medley have returned totheir home at Owensboro after a visit to friends here eMiss Naomi Rogers entertain ed a number of friends lastMon day evening Mrs EE Hemp of Louis yule visited Mrs J F GreeE llast week i Mr Tom Bra1dof Texas a former citizen of this county has returned he me afjt rn visit to friends here t Mr JOhn W Edwards and family of the Texas neighbor hood have I purchased property at Wilmore where they wiUj make their home Mr Edwards is one of the countys bes Citi zens and we regret to lose him Mrs B S Anderson ar da ghterMs Lillian Gibbons of LouisvKlo are visitiigati the home of Mr B J Hardin f Mr Jim Thompson of Indian apohs Ind is the guest of his mother Mrs Alice Thompson Miss Licy Brown is spending the week in LoUisville Mr C R McElro7hasreturn CityStMrs Finley Scruggs has re turned to her home in Oklahoma OIly after a visit to her parents here sMessrs W P Merritt and IH P McChprd were in Lpuisvilie slast week where Merritt pur I cnased an automobile Mr Litsey Adams of Hal ofrodsburgLouisville and Miss Ethel Mc Clasky of Bloomfield are ti guesta of Mrs Alice Tborripiou Mrs Alice Funk of Louisvilled ofis tile guest ot relatives her Mrs Joe M Maves acd chil flren who have been visiting friends hate have returned to their home in Gallatin Teun Mrs jjR Claybrooke SrI Tias returned fiom Blopmfield whereshehas been at the bad MrsqFevert i Miss Pearl ClayBi ooke fs visit ing Miss Mary Butler at May Isj Mr Ed Willet of Lpiiisville y attended Mr theFairlastweekI I a few dayswith his parents lqst week Ifrand Mrs P j Thomas and Miss Blanche Waters are spending this week ib Cmcinlna ttik J4 Mrs Lizzie Adams of Indiiih apolis is visiting iih the county Mr To L rundyofB oomI fleld attended the fair here Jasfc week Miss tHattie Webb is spending two weeks in the wb01ealefuiH uery houses in Louisville Miss Lucile Payne of Louis villeji ia the guest of Miss Mabell Williams Misses Margaret and Catlia fi3e Greene t Elsie and Annie Burns have returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives here I Messrs T Scott May es E S jrChas Camden and C McElroy were in Frank ort yesterday l vWlh Stallings and son james of Smith Grove visited relatives here this weok Old UIrets re unsightly apd jjlanjrerous Dr ella Antiseptic Salve will heal them znptly It is clean and pleasant o ue Sold everywhere 25c a box Hardins Cfiapel rDr and Mrs H M Baxter an3c children Gertrude Opel and Mabel of Boneville lent frimbFriday until Sunday with the family of GV Fenwick also atteudjTjiit U 1hSaturday The social give y Mr and Mrs T R Begjey Wednesdiy night in honor of Miss Arelta and EmmaRhinehart Louis ville was well attended those present were Miss Hattie Logs don and biother Walter Miss Sadier and Zelma Young Mr Frank Neal Mr Albert and Leo Lanham Mr Rufus Shewmaker Mr Wallace Adams pisses Susie Ada Lela and Margie Fenwick and Edward and LeO nard Fenwick Mr and Mrs Thad Anderson and children Mr and Mrs James Lanham and laughter dined with the family of RP Lanham Sunday Miss Florence Haydon spent last weeic with Mr Lu Haydon of your town Mr and Mrs George Fenwick and daughter Margaret of St Marys spent from Friday until Monday with G W Fen wick and family Mr Will Powell spent Satur day night wiih Mr Ray Logs donJ Fr1nkleBeadThursday Mr and MrsBS Fe wick nsnd daughter pjnt Sunday with Mrs G W Fenwck Miss Anna Hardin or Louis 2 Ue is spending this week ith Miss Hattie Logsdpn There jill be a vie supper given for the benefit of the scfiool at Thorn Bill Fjiday night Sepj ember the 9 Every body cordially invited toatI- d tend Miss ReginnRudd teach erIMiss Shirley Mayes Misses Annie Lou and Celestica Noe and John Noe pf Bradfordsville spent Saturday iand Sunday with Miss Hattie Logsdon Mss BeginaRuddspent Tues iaynightwithhe Misses Fen wick Mr Charlie Haydon and ne x avVdon spent Sunday with the family i of Mr Ben Haydon Mr and Mrs Jessie Alexandria Misses AJma and Pearl Fenwicl- iandMissL1yrtlerJogsdon k spent Tuesday with GW Fenwick and family To keep your health sound to awiid the Ills of advancing years to confer ve your physical forcesor- ripe a and healthful old age truard Y1eRem dy Itaydon a I n TtiI 8 Js SPECIALJIL j IJ f I I t Iti4it Ij Game to a closeI yesterday jfl11- s L i- was a great succeW Hundreds F I of people took adyantafge of the I I saveforiitheir1 1 ft is isIj f I 1 and lOc Lawns reduced to 5c yard J Jt yLawns reduced to 3c yd fJ Torchon Laces reduced to 3c by Bolt only of i2 yards r II15cf lot of Mens Hats onehalf Price j IwMens and Roy Suits left for onehwf Price and Ladles Low Cut Shoes at greatly ducede6 i Mens and Young Mens Straw Hats less than12 halfprje We have many Remnants and Odds and Ends torr offer Yenrlow I We are now showing some new things in faII Styles iipi i jJ LadlesTallored SUits anctSeparat Skirts and Y ul12mensSuits Overcoats Hats Shoes and SBirtsA T IIThe ob rtsouClay roooKer CoJ 1 INCORPORATED T Li I i J z 4 THE ZAN2IBARISI I Dense Stupidity and Amusing Blunders of the Natives In the Autoblo raplj oC Sir Henry Mt Stanley the nutllqr sayaof the olored natives of centrM African Good as the majorIty of Zanzibar some ofthenm were ihdescrlbh ly and for me most unfortunately dense One man wb froml1ls personal appearance mlglit have been Judged j pw s th most Intelligent wits after thirty mn1iTteTrvp j OHIt hiti nutsketunable to understand how It was to be loaded He never could rcinGinbei whetber he ought to drop the powder or the bullet intb the musr ket first xVnpthcr time he was sent with a niliii fo transport a company ot men over river o camp After wait Ing an hour J strode to the bank of the river and found them paddling ia opposite directions each blaming the other for his stupidity and being inu passion of excitement unable to hear the adVIce of men across the river who ware bawling out to them how to manage their canoe Another man was so ludicrously stupid that he generally was saved from punishment because his mistakes were so absurd tVe were one day floating down the Kongo and it being near camping time I bade him as he happened to be bowman on the picca slon to stand by and seize the grass on the bank to arrest the boat when I should call out In a little while we came to a lit place and I cried foul hard KlrangoT TFease God master he replied and forthwith7 sprang oti the shore and seized the grassvsvlib both hands while we of course were rapidly swept down river leaving him alone and solitary on thebank The boats crew roared at thp sight but nevertheless his rillieulousJ J cost the tired men n hard cend again tort not every flIewhen we required the branch fa ape des of arbutus which overhung UK river to be cut nay to allow the C nots to be brougblti nearer totlmc ba for safety actually went astride oft branch and chopped uwuV until hi f Into the water with thlt branch ai lost cur aj He had seated himself o the niter end of the branch A Burtch of Kicks Tin In hard l1clcr Ighcd the steel rail Look at mel I get nothing from morning till night but hot air groan ed the pumping engine Im always in hot water sighed the boiler Consider my plight11 cried themue ttdam road invariably walked ovsr and rodQeuuut1eroot Im used to it for Im always ur against it philosophically ieinarlccd the wallpaper Youre none of you as bo4Ix off as Inm said the furnace for up runt ter where Iso Im generally fired Baltimore American PThe Editor Won A London paper described a chit drens excursion a tong white scVcam of joYnJlIl was galled to ac eotfii a corrcspo denr who said that a screran could be tong but no white whereupon tile cdiW justlAcd himself by urging thl1til hf c Is often oBfpiatod with nC1T I lurchaslng a flying machine Is the only way some mon will ever attain wings Odd that some wqinen who cant dr1vejc naliare so slillVful with the Immmor 3 r m It Is better to approhct f mapzfteSt he hrs dined If you want 1 elV bhn anythng except a meal gentiafl ls one who 1us lierer heard nri olrtjjt befure A dcnr nt dumb man j tli ore thc on1i4 gentle nan Wbnt a vitit1n caxft see 1t11fnvhy Economy slioufiVlbetjonatfler ftbcr Jn hlsted upon as a purely fotnlnwe Tr tue i 1 beJitmas Crown Mower I I WITH CHANGEABLE SPEED IThi Mower lias 11 ore exclusive featuresJSthan say rnoweros th ftmarket These nE7wfeat are not merely talking peinta bnt a ICu meritorious It has the Ball and Roller Bearing Tkfag ItOOt Bar Improved Foot Lift and Haising Lever a Double SfMed and can be changed from a fast to a slow speed in a few MC It has heavy drive wheels strong and simple frape and IIGear draft is guaranteed Come in and see It I5 Rakes R liableSelfI I IIDump m Rake ba11An1j f J T J ILwisCha1nberzGenera1 Agents k Lll 1 The States Industrial Show Window 7000i Entries Last Year 150000 In Attoodanc SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR y OOOO In Premiums HORSESHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHTCEIGHTH ANNUAL I4I- sJ p 4 DAILY AGC flIWO-Mr NATILLLO AKE1C2 2AJI Vts MWii n Ids MSli KELP US SML XWTAXUS1Ti n wiu MI AlVItMINT INlNl NVSl PIS t LOW RALaoAnRA1 FKIft4iVV WVIIII iiJW NMANIwIsr3SI PsI s5Sd LOUISVILLEf iis7 I 4 v Jnst a Littli Bi1t in quality a little bif iowT price are whit Ira relf oft swing tiada 1in thw dir iip That we hAve Miiik Uw rMspot is evidwced j the alwajni rowjN flbC 01 bS4 bq f- eaQfdyg4sbaN 00WH MlfweakbkA ct that joi U em isra I uu GrunolgI1 MG 1nuttet LJ jqso L EthissIM1V3k 1 1 r a t 4 I 3r7 H W ii ii of = T 7= tot canyon tUipcd to Sly r I rF 3fL 11v AD rateH HOWARD 8MpH- I i j light ITtt y Aa aa Press Aasoe1atoi k t JIIPo4hSs cwy In tJIe at T H MfTMf tlMt ra fed MfM at Bkvr Iirfc eaajwiEaith JAns 4N WM fiHMMrtec wM r4 raspberries A i r 1a mIMI garb who If i I I bebtod tht bowlders ig4t iie Mr aH had jUst as bp W wInd to crow the f atSIM tIIf 1 wd doWn te can 7 JrtB Wr irbfiii be saw a man T ffM C vp the trail toward Iv I Jt Wk W Mklto hlm eltHl h d Jmigntfdf the nonaent TFbat fee jkTjfccl esatbir to stay and see her Hw nf Imiilf a way Ten such a fellow Jxykfcjadgfg Atot Howard Olney 4twwMl alVkd mr that be might Mt wilMMii the eeg between the iwe f T Tfcf gkdid not seed to turn her ttad t ki w who was coming There WM u VMMtetakabfe iadlVldaaUfy in tIN atoriiliic steps and recdgultlot Waufbt 11JeKe anmoyance to her face M Jtcoatinued berwork PkkW Wrrk be you iyre a111fHt as a Injun Fa1thII Whafa tte we of your work iMHd ier tbeii Jtwarctea whep you J kaew Im Mady for you he a tvywi ought ttf know by kedll tkftt w1IfMk IM 0 ready for you sheI f The Jil reddened to the roots Ub p hair but controlling otjj aiweiv netted Ire 9 t eDo h to keep you from atari lAre rdlnmlnersJlS youreI mew Ceres no use In your staylfi 7 tefllt iirHoward Olney He left forged thfi JBoraba Hes goln to keep foe jtr Oweithe superintend t et tJie HIck Tone m1ne The tttttafecok japantted to Faiths cbeeks Jtt be Mnt forward to cap tvre a ifrctMy TjAe thu hiding her face fmi her companion Te jlBi I Im BOt good enough for Hi fee Wet oa as she took no no the 9t his iBsin atib L You think J Ola better1 me cause hes beenI a schoolmaster bck east aud can Use lots of jraaiBwr f1yiraVDllved- IB the same shack with him as Ive ftoAe yad know fees not s icb a saint ly galoot as you think he Is Its no i tMtIJ turn lila back on the girl J I SDPerj1attOwI gkt y took lowIIto lila cabin and nursed 7 PTf en nobody else Iwo Mr and now you try to Injure UaLbfehkd his back Thats your ramwKr Hte efML tjejlJ beneath tbewlthering oti f ttealluslon to her seltabe t k BQTaoBce but she could aot kelp resenlin the sur put upo- ntAlexl she loved IbifTe BO call to tire up for Olney be Mfcl iwlickMMly Hes above court te a girl who wakes ber Hvin cookin fcCHiiiMsrai Bftgldes hesin love with Dakjvfpwet sad shes struck on 01 Beyafood looks Its bound to be a UlfcMlf FattM again brent over her berry cklM iliat tiet tormentor might not eetMeltect ofblswords She bad bear hrougb her mothers boarders abftl Miss Owens wealth beapty and acc6M Ushments and realized that she waaCere nobody compared with the r wp tew1enta beltes Wjnt right Md iItojjope that Mr Olney would ayerre herStllJthe mocking tones at1Ja Her keenly and her basket ijelng U jsbe sam goodby and hurried awajSap ckytmltbat I4Udby tf1i bowlders and evergreens TO1 lcJt ur1FJ Wher mother were alone Ute wHiiL About a year before 0fattiertad been killed by an explosion jIn the mlnep It was Howard Olney n yoanricHool master from Now York iii iroiector Wli l1UrIRed1 b- r owilICe torecoert theeDpdy They cotlrMvet forget thls norils unlir Isgc g that tlbi qf enweouiem to g oil wUhthe fegti iarrLdaoIife aiirt from this sad tJeik ilattiI ier love for tlJr fotr He Jithntt shack two miles goiIijj Fr4iti4 most of his days JiI1 lipoCtlnlt JNi tter Sander suddenly return ayisgkeiiaway severalnjortths He ttfiu speiUlitlngr htnil aoned jind iinuisht tiaU SMUC e5ftticic4alkuown the t mIJy lu 1si Thfact HJbhd acebmp nie- dM41n to CpTQra o ntf wn n cr9tY ifIrtJe tellow and did not mifevfrfieilds among the miners In D8 POP fillar wns he that when a e3whtIffer sbprtly fitter there 1ILIoii toneld care for hlpi excpt lrs AjBTJa ttntUIqward to relieve tlu oTjrberdened woman took tljVfelloW hStM with iud uurRed him back tt health and sfrehgtli Had tndt utf SPJBabusy Kf Would have j ttit aMef of his uelflsh tmtjiiT- wfber ii i Sf SuswJWie Fjtlth had Wtlj ereid itewji f he csu5 OUt unconsciously taking ltill IM Ai aJd li hir lotei iad tuMMcfl in hour c two before orWJt Jiv1IthlnkIDi of hlmsb- atII stooping tD gather n spray et tffti i lumblne wont let his going riwqr without even saying go bI- WtIfTme Mother must not see that I caw for of course shell hear that bas joa Ill pick some flowers as an ex ci seT coming and g6 home and live lay life without him Awoiuans heart tat be strong for endurance Suddenly a wild cry burt upon bet ears Help helpigirl listened with bated breath Irhe not come from the direction of camp Still It might be one of the men had wandered dcwn the gulch and uietfTvlth some accident Again tbecaII camel wild nod ago nizing as though lace to face with a terrible doom This time she located the cry Some one has fallen Into the old shaft she cried running swiftly In thnt direction This oidsbaft Jed to what bad ouce been a promising mine but a snbterhfnean stream that rose mysteriously and at no regular period rendered Itso unsafe that it had been abandoned and no one wbo new gf fts treachery dared venture lutd the shaft Almost breathless Faith gained the mouth of the mine and dropping on her knees peered down Into the dark jdepths below The black sullen wa of the rising stream boiled liid hissed among the jagged rocks and crevices lashing madly the legs of a man Who stood insecurely on a narrow ledge fully halfway down He was clinging in terror to a Jutting rpck above him hlcji threatened every niomentto give way it was a perilous an awful situation and the girl thclwhlthers she recognized Nick Sanders For Gods sake Faith try to help me out of tblsr he screamed Tiltry Nick she called back But how was she to do It Se looked about hopelessly then her e es fell upon a large coil of chortpen- ear the broken windlass She caught it up eagerly and lowering one end to Nick she said Tie this around you undcr tlie arms He did siuu felt himself belug hisigirls bands lone were not strong enough to pull hIm to the top He did not know that another hud also heard his calls for help and had Arrived just- in time to aid In the rescue When almost up a blow on the head from a1 shelving lodge rendered him uncom scions for several minutest When he came to himself he was Iy ing on the bank of Deer Fork ndI Faith was bathing his face Hearing Howard OJneys voice he kept his eyes closed and listened Tin glad 1 was nIipeto help you save him the young iftiui was saving I was on my wily to sets you Faiflf to say goodby before laaviljitf the con yon At first thought 1 would go away without lint couldnt i that I must look upon your face teltI more before J gave yoh tip to him Nick heard the tremor In Olueys vol jiihat told of the emoUon hojsvas enueiniVorUjgto control vJuW opec more Faith he went on ft slJrould not go if jron could love me bit know h wJrv out have tiuaiyoiir lift in the de lirium of his fever learned how much he loved you and afterward he told me that you loved him In return 1 fl-fiuidtCdnje between you Goodby dear one IlQtueuibir helped save your sake t was intense pain in the tones himIorIor he turned away Faith gave a and XIclc felt if hot tour his lace Bill tin girl bade to detain the man she loved One word would have called him back paraiyzand vas going because be believed she love4 anher that Zn would never see mm again und her old lonely life woulog on unbroken unbrlghtencd by mm JHe was slipping away train hpr forever still she could uiijt utter a vort Aril Nick knew too tbat If Obey went now his own chalices of sometime winning Faith were 1etterJtrinii ever Hold on a minute Howard called the escued man sitiingup XThat is It Nlckr abwl Olney turn ng back though he did not trust him elf to look toward Faith me up nearer Ive gotsomethin 1C you both and you donti know hard It Is for a tuna to call him out loud and right bofbre two goo folks hes been awrongln n oneiy big liar said Nick Hit thats just what t atha query big liar lied toy about Faiths ioyln mo and theii 1 lied1 to her about your len- In 3 dee Fork to keep accounts for ilr Owe n Just because you weje in love wit his daughter Pmn loW lived flevfl but when J wdrfdown in that 5le haft afacln death 1 made up niy mln If 1 ever got tthe hancu1 Id lien bett r man No tliat you two iTave say d my worthless life and have give foe he chance r asked for Im gala to b gin with you and Faith by setllif you right You love each other andl wart to see you happy my liet4 ala tIIIIh lit yt r flu4 fIqybe you wonder hll w i hnuiMtnpd to b down in that old mini You ro member that Swede who got a pile of gold arid some nuggets stole from lila cabla over on Flrechec1 creek Well I ari the thief t hid It ill down In tmt shaft where knojtvcd npbcidy would dare go pokIn round went down itlmIn Ito gitpart oif It to swab off And that water jriz right up jikft a avbngur angel J haint got itlw ana 11 of half u saint In m- eltutrni gqln to tote Jljaclr that stuff where 1 go t It frou1pnd strike nnew triIliipI- ie stTr J art i fi mak Blood ndjj1 1 Liver Tcxibler asi 1fatswith weakstosuaci and coscquent 5Irwa IMtibIoed Nervous ud pale people lack invigoratingLIToma I dy t sks the stoaachstroi tJind the liver v7ks rictIaWeNMd ycsthsptr mci caresa whole multi 1 sddhsiiu Lw aJcsrs f 7 zHvt tf1J f LIred 1 vd ap y ol wnfra M Go1 tiMtDiMOY oWiosIswhavi4Ia Bdiait bN bT i i 1It41is lIitac WI liriiel ly IMiiy Nttr Trwfe Kidney troublclpreys upon thcniindd- iscouragessndlclssensambition beauty rt I vigor and cheerful cfi f ness soon disappear thelddneysaret1tPtt eased= vi7ir Kidney trouble has ul1T prevalenttiiat iJ mon for a child to be L born afflicted with = ss weak kidneys lithe child urinates top Often rif the urine scalds the flesh oY if when the child reaches an age when it sllould be able to control the passage it is yeit afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble anti the first step should be towards the reatiuent of these impo antorgals This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWoman ade miser able with kidney and blaader trouble rein4yISwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty i Sk cent and onedollar size bottles You may jfi i5 = have a sample bottle by mail free also a 1 t1 n pamphlet telling air 6 p CllswampnooLincluding monial letters receivea from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed Jh writiiig Dr Kilmer Co Dip hnmtqn Y be sure and anymistakeKilmers SwampRoot andthe address B 11ghamt n N Y on every bottl i Woznans World Friqk Heiress Very Rich 1Helen Simple In Her Tastes nutEN rwcK DAnairrEK OF Pmsnocd MILL1ONAIKE 1 essls known about Holen Frlck the Plttsburg heiress anjJSUst any other rich girl says the New Idea Womans Magazine Her portrait has been painted by a great artist but the picture Is jealous ly guarded by the family It portrays typical Ame oantlglJ1Jlt b Abroadll 1t wide apart hazel eyes of reddish brown hair wbl nI waves naturally and a softly mouth Only the nose and chin sug gest the firmness of her character Silo does not resemble her mother hi the least her only brother Henry Frlck- Jr taking after that parent In looks Eelcn is a great chum of her moth jer as weir as of her big brother Mrs Frickjs in no sense of the word n so- ll dety woman Thp home life of the family has been Ideal never having been touched by a broatb of those odious scandals whlcljseem to cling to j the homes of some of the rich r There lies never been any garish show of wealth In the Prick hqme nor any parade of phllauthrppics Elelcti FriffiIis Jut as femininely human as any other young yqman of her age She Is fondof pretty clothes and lilies tto plan and shop for them herself Most of hergowns are made rlghtin New York for like the rest of the family shetxites little for Europe or its products although shehusI of course traveled expensively abnoad But shopping Isnot the uinUloycd pleasure to her that It Is to other girls because of the fact that when she starts on such nntcrranrt she isjobllged to take two dOtcctlvwuin plainclothes along with her Shu titus objected strenuously to this time and again regarding It us an infringement ohjbcr personal liberty But on tubs one point she has never lawn able to out geuVral her father Therefore whqn Helen trick gbes to buy lace for a gown or npsirof dainty slippers sheIs obliged to do so t wltha pair of detectives looking on And as she hiiluo ofWI1 said that sjiolis half the fun tl ThePoliccmaamil r The poliiflaauuilS iw w to ue reckoned with Kansas Cljy has a I woman In police uniform in one of Jls boaters and the experiment ljis pruvcMl successful lltI Lillian DonQi- I wan formerly a schoolteacher In Iowa I Her MiccessIi miiuiiglng unruly boys faI1 event uaHy to her appotutmcut as i special pfilictinati of the Century the aier UUPlng a flre In adjoining building she cleared the house In a j manner so orderly and thoroughly afterward stopping traffie In the street 1to give the tire apparatus room that the city nutbofltles bestowed upon her a police officers commission Questionj neces Isary Is It alwnysuecessury for uc party of young people to have a chap eroiiV asinuin anxi us mother VJ The good fCIQSWP wliklj prevails rfmong youngiiien mIll young women at the present time has not lessened the Importance of tbgiehaporon At all times a cliap roujp considered best form and no mat mbow Well a party of yotmg pcpjl innyknow one another tli GIves1gi3majr haveon hand null also safety in j case of an unforeseen dls rsltruas tin y y1tJfaboutdecide what is best to be done Well 11I1fInstil11I1f f c COMFORT FOR BAWI A New Crib the thc wm Approve lM THE Nmrqnrn The up tpda e rotber you say dopsujr approve otlrJJsshc thinks tthe motion of rocking upsetting ttp tlie II tip oues nervous systftju SellI the crib hasnt route out of coiuinlsslon yet even lPUc does not approve pf this form of bed and the latest in vention lit ribs Is mighty apt to win over tbeliiost stubborn uutlcrlblte It Is thl most livglenlc thing so far jaade III this hue The framework is of IrOn itaiutcd white Tire sleeping quarter ll stisi ndbd train the frame h ork and made of strong white duclc canvas At will this ciib may be turned into a walking chair at rt chair In which baby uiy safely sit sur roundfd wih toys wjilie mother works or rends The price of the crib is only t050 i A Daughters Partat Horne One of the sweetest things a girl can do Is to receive friends graciously par ticularly at home In ones own house a cordlat manner is peculiarly fitting tDo not stand offEIushie mlddlj of th j m arid bov coldly anti formally to IrO friend who has called Walk ovir nUllIt IfthpOltautguest who drqjis In for an hour or a day 1stthe manner of a daughter to tier father suit mother The father returns tto his home after a varying day n 1IUSJttegj He Is tlrtj1u body and niinii says Womans Life Coming back as his latchkey turns hi the bourn dtTj he throwst off cure ho Is joyous at the though of the t ear ditosr he will meet after hurs of absence Ills young d mi cliter lull pretty gown with the bloom Iud freshness only girlhood wOO g Sirol tl t0 cive him the attention he lovesfIv kiss the Cheery vordta help her mother anrt the rest In letting her fatl1T see how miirh lie is loved nt e tit great dft1 fortWlt llfnrnJlktllllr tlite their strength tilt knowfpdse they mvesluidni llfteti tSjierlences Thpy spend everything freely for their twines sake stud tiN home should pay its debt In much out 1Hlk o e Do It NowJ lc you are one of those pooplewno keep putting off doing little tanks about the house until they arc piled tip mountain high try the following jinir it a notebook and write down lirlt ii list lot all the various things you have been meaning to do but never have time to such as sending oil a reclfie to a friend returning the song borrowed or mending the hole In oIll curtalifs When the Hut Is corny libeled set aside the first aftsrnoon or evening you can jMjsslbly spare aihl work off siS ninnj as you can As soon as you hUt HnlshiHl one score It off with nOptrwll and sou will be stir prised to HndwhtTt i pleasant sonsn tloii It Is to A the list growing aiiiKHt Very likely vou till dwir the things till so quickly tlwt you will ue Iqpklrtg round for otht r thlujw to do Of counie Sjinio fieople Iinyc tiItttriciii olve to clo things just the mo iniiit they air norkod or as soon sflor as ithey ca ws ItIy matinee It njiid dont need ren liulers but the notebook will help ihosjc who not acqufreil the doit npv habit Ark Shower Tlic women Crknds of n young nia iron and expectant mother arranged for her a stork shower whieh was both useful niiii jirotly I2rh frltfiul undertook to contrlbufc sotti nuedful article for tthe bltk expected new comer suiting tier pocketbopk in the selection The hrrHiixcinuyt of till sliovcr viit extreiiHly IUetto four stuffeil chines wlikMi pass iiiustrfPto r toriu wrre secured In a Inyinpie shoiTT ThVy wore represented as Hying and were dpiunded from the celling jjwinl ihi fovr corners of the nuin Pink iale tibia rihhhnswun swiiilK from oie lrlsltIHfjtr nytljur djagonxlly nraugtd so tlikt they- erosavu1 ami 10 these rariOus jirqttv thlnga jiere iubuuned4Ii 1 The plirii HUHt troubles never come singly WHS originated by k married JnhI ey4V n Childhoods stles In the Air Gently Jt1 pwihlhc theres robin thafe to lilt All thfcc without grumbling One lronl two behindwell jyou flt tumnbltngRockioull BtUMa long time with care And still without tiikhuig or us four any one s From rocktiiff and lalkioK This la whAt xa cOil ft1 I y Shall w call tUaL1 boatout at p r Wftqur sIIe4s zowing I can yoarn r hw As orimeJ rl the mlt wftid biowtnj Up up and down laZy bout Opt e top ffAWwe ftfDown we kO with nJfAe11 I r off stc a ftmntj Ottromer tun alw tlt finish Artiord In Kalrylmnd The fairy ople coin running JoJnePtfus doWn on the saiuhi Eaeh hoiJlnr out twanl as fh VeoxfoIng Wove lonE wtoiUMl rev held fhlShridn one f 1101 VJtoILets inuit an together climbtro the alt ays fne Aveaftier SoIbat mal es up rail ume A 7 JI IiiI vzvNc44Jv NVSMITII RAPHSiiPERT PARA A CENSURABLE thing looks so Abso TisdQneno pcrsonall Interest t The man who has Irfck invariably upon his side CaD well afford to laugh at superstition I There is PttoIItgmore brlc bats than glory In the cnun being a proph ct lfyou4gOt y6urseU taken seriously and collect money onfhe prophecies No matter what of truth he may pos- Sess It Is mighty Jmrd for anybody to take any Interest Inu failure i Any woman knows the difference be twecu becomlbg and unbecoming thlngsXhut some of tlie most becoming are disgracefullycheap It Dont take too stock In ap penrnnces Some rouch of the most charm lug often fade Into disappearances wi hjjut the least warning f j I Bcttcra man whp makes a respecta ble wage than one who merely dreams oCmllIonsr l r JiI l an11otbcrs TIle BCSrm ContentmcrtIr Ilponth window pane tunei 1Ort How bitter and Kbw Tough Thffe pert through tho town may tear K hcj has coal enough rHe knlnrt that sbmewhero In the blast Are men who must perform The work that lots h jislt at ease Kegardlese til tho storm sun he sits him ilntvn to rest And olovates his foot Tosmoke his pipe or take a nap s TIll It Is time to oat Tho Gentleman who has enough The passing show cxtvIew Without a feeling of distress For those whose joys aroew He may cspres a wish perhaps That they Were batter clhd I And sometimes raise llsT yos and say It really is too bad Thats how he feels when 1ortnecoineu- In answer to his beck When ho can mako his troubles fly tVBy writing out a check But when tnlsfortunecomos around And camps upon his trail HJ wants to turn things upside down And send the trusts to jaIL A They Way They Did at Home The kindergarten class had been making grandfathers clocks out of heavy cardboard After the hands were painted on and the pendulums swung the toactior gave the class a tall about the evolution of instru ments for marking time Without mentioning the hourglass she asked If any one In the room knew how people fadout what time It was before clockslittle gIrl ralspd her hand nWell Margaret sold the teac f They called up central tJTrying to Catch Up VLet me give you a sure cure for cold Save yoyrsdlf the trouble old man nut this will do the work I dont doubt it but I am thirteen behind now on the sure cure offeredI me by mv frlendSj and If It doesnt kill me clutching up I will send for you 3 v Just as Common Did you fend About those prehls tone auimalsV Tljcy dont Interest me VVluyWe hove thom for bfeakfastat our boarding house Passing It Around Who doljou think will bo the ne president How should JI know Make a guess Lets sea who Is there In Ohio thatt hasnt been Marrlaao License 01 n out looking for trouble Trouble r 4 You bet Right over thoreV j Some there r County clerk can prepare yotft innnexIt I Too Particular I suppo you wouinv6tefQr n yellow oI dog on your ticket I certainly would 1j U w do you justify younielf IJ Well Iauinot around scratching yellow lpgV CertainlyJ J Whats tlic use in worrying If somebody didnt worry whatt would jimtify all this dont Worry and beer uj sttiff flint Is piling up soUigli fist yuo antaee the sun over It t i Olrf Fashioned Kind What Is the price of corksctews- VFIve cers straight want a crooked oneJ tSense of Danger Dr Waldo of London hold l that pee ple should develop n sixth sense to Jnform them of the approach of dan gcF In the stroots afcadlo Hearn once InhlOI jWhlle hut crowd I seldom ilook at fnc s Jly intuition Is almost Infallible like thirt blind faculty by Kvhich In absolute darkness one be4 comes aware of tho proximity of bulky Ejects without totjchyir them If I iSofltate tovc tay iirVtiHlsion Is the ndvitable Stnsgquence What pilots ue quickly anSimfely through tl thick rs Is udt csiic1ors obsorvatjon at ill bUt luiileaspunji Intuitive prcep lou yvv v AjSlojt WorthPayingFor Tile CUbr ijtjn by n weary looking Iose cn1rlnto ii sjrfndstlU qpposlto uull1 htiL As theijrlver w sflre- tarlngto descend a1 small boy ran up- wjtb4JOllfyer rbrse guvnor 0d my time Look ere my lad Ahll five yei1 a bob It it vuns Qway Manchester Guardlap oi 1tHEj What fippenedat Night and yfot 11e Passenger Was Told snllorspbrnsetln smoking room drifted to events at sea and the childlike faith that passe gers repose In navigators Said the scientist who hiui bgen col lecting specimens on a coral reef Ive often heard men andwbmen say they pelt so safe wIth Captain So andso and Ive wondered too whetli or their sense dfiseenrity would still bt retained If these favored travelers krow exactly whatdQpp ned on ship board during a voyage For my own prt I have more confluence than evfr iDifl Pflnthlll of triv acquaintance since 1 learned that he could tell a white lie wheu It was necessary to calm tbd fears rn nervous traveler It so hap pcnctl that one foggy night 1 was awakened by the suddcii stoppage and reversal of the engines J jumped out of iny lunk wen on deck and WitS told by the second ofljcer that we had had a narrow squeeze It Appeared that we had nearly run down a sclipon er as she silently crossed our bows aflfl disappeared Into the haze t Next morning a woman passenger who sat at the captains tab asked ltuwhethcrtthecnglJ es had been stopped and reversed and he replied Yes we sometimes do this to test the engineers watch and see If our ma cbJuery 1Is In proper orderWe dolt nt night so pst create no excitement Then he got tile woman to describe what shq lund heard und asked her 4DId you fjnd much time between the stopping anti reversing f No she replied 7lUion said the skipper that sjjw wQrflngIcUdlt1j rWbcp I got thfe skippers ear I old hIm confidentially that 1 didnt think schooners engiueshad worked as 1the as ours and h6 rejharked that It have been worse Whether he meant tbc lie or the incident I didnt Inquire lbnt1 suspect It wasnt th- elieNew York Post LAW OF GRAVITY VIOLATED oq ConditUns Under Which Water Ac tUaIly Flows Upward Water seeks Its leffel Is af exj pression heard so frequently asfcfo be almost trite and yet tile law has ltt eXceptIons juurt suy jvquuiuuHs un der pvhleli water aotuuliy glows lIP ward nud rises above Its source If a glass tube be dipped into water the column Inside will lie abpve the level Iot the surrounding surface Mqreover Un tube of half HIP diameter be sub stituted tho column doublesltslielght The water creeps along 4hp Inside of tile tube owing to tbe adhesiloiu1 and forms a cup shaped depression ittbe top An explanation iin nat difficult It coIl be proved mathpumtlcally Hint If the dlnuicferof a circle be diminished onehaljf the clrctunfertnce Is also re dugcd to that extent whjle the arrfJs lIUkdrcnnirerence being redupeM oneliaUY Its contact with the glass and hence the adhesive force Is also diminished to that extent while the cross seclion and hence the weight Is decreased to a fourth of what It was before Therefore the sec can be twice the height of treolthiin iieedtn the llf tin pdwer heifiarkable as the underlying prln Iclprcs drtjflg pnenbmehdn uiidottbtdlv are waf urc made of tttem lung before mdn made their discovery Every tree and flower adds liB testimony Tho core of a tree or plant Ityitead of being a fiinjtle open channel consists cit n ipongeliksuihsance tocoJ1ttII1IH mnny miniature Jimnelg through tfOllijCtedbythulets rising higher and higher in sheer defiance of the great law of gravity St Louis llepublic A GREAT ORATOR Whero the HoHatf Was More 1m pressive Tn tIe Words 1t1 Philadelphia paper A noted speaker was appealing to ii gHtherlug to givo funds toward the work of cleaning the slums making life healthy and happy for the poor and other Utopian schemes brobIl iiIIpr half an hour he drew pictures of the conditions then with expressive withIrhetoric IOur duly our flag our country TbeIl r L tintIThats going suuue ob said Olte ilian to another In the cloUkroom later l Flue sentiments veal feeling great great I Tin so dcif spoke iif uuother with dlsmp olntnwut builds yglce that oJ conldnthoav What d1cIiieayl l Say say stttui4tied the oUters locking Into cnch j tl ers ticos Why lieheerhniit if I kuowl And tto this day they iint know It was pub the htQlIflrrTrist got them upt the words This 16bnwe1r what makes the LKvqry hart ctetalns pbrQ Uph rrniSlMUioy On Good Breeding i A groat part of our education Is sympathetic and social Boys and girls who have been brought up with well informed and superior people show in their manners an Inestimable grace Nus1StlUcannot have one well bred man TheyiuSLEspecially Women It requires a great many cultlxated women salons of bright elegant rootling women ncclis towed to easeniid reflnement to splc tpdos pictures sculpture poetry nnti ertbntyouslioJIIJ01son A Vacation Hint Voting gfrls who lund unaccompanied by Hsourt of inyklti4at nn outpft- nwuirqsortns It is sometimes neceS inry for J isinessr AVomVn to do need fin lit fnrbful ofHIP aiqualntancps thoy inalvO If lame piTfoctly unknown nina is assiduous in lila attentions the ilnprotiwtpd jilrp should innke a point of Kluliiff mxlAr the wing of soniC lJnr1y j woman guest at the same Jhoue nUll tin man titus provedMs worth i j 4 CASIO RJJ LO1IL3pAeaNtepair smifatrpojp4t it PromotesDlgestlon ness arl1l Restcontalns neithtr 1iacra1JNOT irii Ai2ilOfdtWiiWZf4 tIl Ry57 4iberfa I q5 tIftrthdt ikdPi- 1larr Consfrpati a s fl2s3LOSSOF SLEEP IUSmic sigr1fUr2r dlLif j c NEW YORK Eiact pp 0 a PorInfant l f CIST8111 an Children liThe kind You IeAlways Bou- Bears 1 thQ f- Sj19nalJ ti 1of I f11 1 t t l It t 1EniJjilJi n r trmiLsIL j t yc tsjJFor OverrrIN Thirty YearP- CASIORIki 0R1 F iit WCCCt1TAURCOMplANyMCWRCIyy i i Es W LEDEtJEN IkVINEWIMS4TT 1i 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ir4CARDWHI 1 41 The UT oman S Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might get in so bad you would find If hardl to get out Better ftake Cardui i while there is time while qitstill in moderately good health just to conserve your strengUi and topconditionlii T 1hey are will grad+ ually trow smaller instead of larger you will be on the upgrade instead of the downand by and bye you wilt arrive at the north pole of perfect health i Get a bottle at your druggists today 1 p LOW ROUNDTRIP HOlVlESEEKERSFAHIt l Th0 West Southwest tO tand Northwest J1 VIAt I f I ST 2 jiXTOt jiX t Tickets on Salo Fifst and Third Tuesdays in ch t Month Return Limit 2S Pays from Date qf1SST Vr lie fjr Fares anti Special DlverseReut Arranseee4 t R F ytfXN T Pf J p GARDOTR J A JLPt1JSVUt K 5 II k I 7ff = 1 A rif piijrsidajis Advise t e f toe use of a goodlaxtive to keep the bowels open Lad prevent the piUsM of iw 1JIMih t rood from getUnginto your system t i rMihLreHableuMtiitbllloqsness a 3- if t 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