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CHURC- ev VV P olf I tcr tr cet first and fcMtl Eu1t3 Suuoay- hj i f i 5 == Jraterna rder- i Aicmc Lcprwrtti lodi o MeelR irL and third Woudj niack iorth Vasfiikfffon K A Ciapter No 57 i If cu s iti j iiiC lit Iiititl Mo ay Epiirfti tr ci 52 n er o j eryjrth Monav waDRmNCS Jtt r NIC 12ia aswo MAtLwMmwI 444 47p flON FUN r iJjhritttfeife If EHkrty oi j utjLi hateTer helps jrlfe Ae i tae comfort aita htreafth JTctey KMbey Filto care kidney andi a4t4Iete preptlyaud give 1 iij aM re1Id td ldrrly people h4Re Ir1Q4zIs i 4 v r 7JE NEW44ADfiRr J i e r n Kentucky State Fair Notes i FIve of the worlds fastest I Ijacers will be the added atI t IeI Iel4alrJwbichi onMonciay September 12 Tlje Eair management was able toc Hcnre the ittraction for only ntjdaywitti a record of 155 MinQr Hei- rl5QtGeorg t Gano 203J Hdewood Boy 2C2i and Lady t Mud Ot 02rire the monarch otthe turf who will be seen toc orJtbltlrtMinor ffeir will be driven S8 team against time It is posii sible the horses will remain pver Saturday night and be exhibited at the closing night show jVEntrieswawinch is to be repeated this yearb as a nightly feature of the KenStncky State Fair include thea intAmerjcm the winter shows jill be seentand the number of horses already- nteredindicates tha the exhI tlbitioner The night horse show wa bfirstFair lastj ear and made an in gc stantaneous hit The success ofHthat occasion has caused tbet Fair management to devote extra energies to this feature of the big show this year and the att iu traction will be one well worth n overnight stay in the State metropolis Excursion rates have been announced on alt raild covering State Fair weekt which begins September 12 and t Beptemfier 17 round trip Si bnefare plus 25 cents ia IIThSgKfev sAy merciless lung racnff cough that defied all remedies for years It b s most troublesome at nifht lie writes nothing helped me until I s dDr IngsNe D1SCQy ri which ctfred me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn cods obstinate coughs sorelungs lagrIppe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop i cough orhayfever Itrelieves quick Jy and never tails to satisfyV A trial ofconvinces 50c 100 Trial bottle ree Its positively guaranteed by Haydoni to Robertson iin 1 throat Cut 2 IJIpicnic given on the Woodford ideof Kentucky river at Mc Couns Ferry Geo Hill cut tuidj almost instantly kilted J Coffee Our informationis that Coffee was the promoter oTthetpicnic and had told H511 who was considerably under the inTfluence of liqnpr and creating aldisturbance that he must be quiet or leave the grounds jjvhere upon the latter pulled his knife and cut and stabbed C ee three times oneof thewounds enthe lly severing the jugular vaia The injured man lived oniy about five minutes In the ex citement attending the killing Hill escaped and at tle time of this writing has not been apedJ bended Coffee who operated the ferry boat and his wife lived s upon a shanty boat HiL lives on the Mercer side and has a wife and four children He4s thirtynine years old while hisI victim was fortyeight Ander son News A Man of Iron Nerve Ihdomitable will and tremendous en ergy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out 6f oruar Ifyou want tbese qualities 7arid the success they bring use Dr t Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for Keen brain and strong body 25c at Haydon Robertson Bogus ChecksJ Wiley Lake a young man of the west end of the county was i f arrested here Monday for pass log several forged cbecks The first one he worked off oa Van Carter the Mayo merchant He bought a bill of goods there and presented in payment the9heckI of Mr T H Royalty which nid have beun good had it agenuiae Mr Carter casb the check and the young ban came on to Harrodsburg He had a bogus check signed i with the natneof Matthew Lake and worked it off on tteonyiMas lie the latter keeping out a I mall bill of 270tHing hfnJ and returning to the young man- n cash the balance of thesmouut called for on the check Lake had a cheak for6 putportingto- baye been signed by Mr Henry o Graham which would have been good as gold if it had been straight fr Fe presented this check to iseveral mejchants but they became suspicious and De fused to let him have any goods on it or toashit He then went o the mill of H C Smith Son where be bought some bran and they took the check in payment giving him the remainder in ash In the meantime the Mar o merchant Mr Carter had discovered that his check was not genuine and he telephoned into town to Sheriff Davenport who arrested young Lake on the street and he was lodged in jail Davenport did not think biut searching the prispner ut on the way to jjail Chief thojght it was advisable thi they found in his pocket an- pLodate ivory handled pistol It is thought by his friends tbatI he young man is mentally de ranged ndthat his mania runs o forging checks Lake was brought put fortrial yesterday examination and was held over to the GircuilCourt on 250 in each of three cases rredsbur Herald A tf Don Break Down 9rgansiebreakdowns You cant overtax stomach verkldneys bowels oif nerves yithout sarious danger to yourself If you are week or ruu wn or under strain Of any kind ake Electric Bitters The matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E VandeJ de otKarkland Ill Writes That did notbraak doWn while enduring moat severe strain for three onths is due wholly to Et tricjj Bitterst Use them and enjoy health- udstength t Satisfaction posidve guaranteed 5Qc at Haydonf Rob rtson f 1 Postmasters Willis Meet IrfiLotiisville 3 r F t I1 JI It has been deeded by the Postmasters Association which includes Presidential offices and she State League ofP stmasters Third and Fourth class offices hole a joint meeting this yearI Louisville Sept 14th andC 5thFJhe League will meet at oclock p ui on the 13th for r Itheipnrpose of transacting such Leagueyaffairs only a On the 14th and 15 the Asso ciation and League will hOld ai oint meeting for the purpose of discusaiag postal affairst There will beseyeral represen tatlves of the Postoffice Depart u eut present to give instructions he new Money Order and Register Systems will be fully ex pained Everv Pomaer aheui4 attend as they will learn more thun they would in yjears at home and many things theyt never would learn otherwisel t Saved H is befi All thought Id lose my leg wiite J A Swensen of Watertown WiSjTen sears of eczema that 15 octors could nip cure had at lat laid me up Then Buckhns Arnica alve cur tl it sound andwelLIIii fallible for Skin eruptions Eczema Sale Rheum Boils Fever Sores Bums Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Hajdon Robertson r City Officials Scored By Grand Jury Newark 0 Sept IIn a fi nal report today the Licking county giaud jury places the re sponsibility fur the lynching of dryt Detective Cart Ethering ton on luly Son the then Mayor of Newaik Sheriff ol Licking county an 4 UlTiefi of Police of Newark all of whooxhave since resigned or been deposed The report is caustic indeal ing with tnieae officials and says had they acted with reasonable diligence the riuts and lyndiing could have been prevented A total of 58 indictments was returned by the grand jury in the twenty seven days of its sitting alt in connection with the lynch ing Of tbesel twentyfive charge the alleged rioters with murder in the first degree twen tyone are accused of rioting ten with as ult ana two with per Jury FOIEYSKlDNEYHttS tUK JleCfS If- f i GREEN KELL Of The Carlisle MercurV On The Governo4 Race Our readers will recall with out much trouble our dfteSi expressed d terminatio Dot to take active partizan part between candidates for democratic nomi nations or do we intend now to do so but there being so many peculiar situations developed and so many extraordinary hings done that we feel that our reader are entitled to know what Is1 going on The race for the nomination is now between Wm Addams of JOhnsonjofNeJson of Louisville John KHendricIf of McUra ken and exGovernor McCreary of Madison county and was proceeding tn a most satisfactory manner until the Veteran McCreary came into the race as a compromise candidate but iinstead of bringing peace he has raised a row Coming as the special entry of exGovernor Beckham Mr Mc- Creaiys entry tjas brouglit forth the following staten ent which we publish to show our readers what is thoughtofhis candidacy uExSenator McCreary has announced his candidacy for the IDemocratic nomination for Governor of Kentuckv notwithstanding the fact that only a few weeks ago foe said he would go no further thaivexcept the nomi nation ifi it were gj ven to him Ha based ths attitude upon the ground that forty years in office was enough to ask of theL partyJ More than this when he was de feated for a renomination as IJnited States Senator by Beck hamwhen he himself realized that his political service was at in end m the ranks of the Dem ocratic party be bblte and tried to be elected United States Sen atoroverBechathbO hal de feated him for the nomination Everybody in Kentucky remembers how two years ago McCrearv sought to be nominat ed in the Primary and everybody remembers how he remained a candidate before the llegislature and how many times hegot bolt log Democrats to vote for him upon ballots when the votes gotten by him would have elected Beckham and everybody reHeWj bers that McCreary continudtJU run coupled 1h Bradley u Heckham was defeated and ev erybody remembers that in a speech made by Beckham at a banquet at Frankfort just after his defeat tlat he Beckham sold My opponent McCreary in the Primary bolted my nomina tlon and aidedjn mycfefeatH This speech was made on Mar h 12 1908 Besides this everybody em hors that Bec ham charged in many spooches he made in the campaign between him and Mc Creary that McCreary was the candidate ofr the whiskey ring Now comes Beckham and Percy Haley to urge McCrearys uom ination for Governor Is this because i jolting the Democra tic ticket i13 less off jsLveJo them since they themsHlvtis bj ito be come bolters Let us not in passing fail to iremark upon another Beckham chafeeof front in his oppinions as conditions cbangtd ETe and the llamented Goebel went into office as the result of a popular i l jvl1eNaslivii B cklian wentso far as t Javat the door of that company a large part of the laninliig conspiracy by whch Goabel v is assassinat ed Let us not forget that Beck ham went into cfficeu der those conditions and tint he came out ofofficcsarc1 U now the Attorney t of tlie Louisville Nash yule Railroad Company Whereoh whereGovernor Beckham do y1icwish to lead us now l Win wet lJoi vnayl Pauline Cai1isle4fercur- yiRe1IiIe 1 MeiciRe Not A Narcotic vkrsJP Marti St roe Mich says Foleys Honey and Tar sayed her lit tlfe boys life She writes Our little br2nclualtreubleand did not cure him J gave him Foleys I6jney and Tire in which I have great faith It cured the cugh as well as the choking and gagging spells and h got well in a short time Foldsl Honey and Tar has many times saved much trouble nd we are never without it In thee u esi Haydota hpbertsenot Marriedi Here Mr Andrew Yeast of Cornish vllte and Miss Nina Si as of Duncan drove tbltbls place Sun day afternoon and were married b Rev J M Roddy The Young couple were accompanied by several intiinktet friends who witnessed the ceremony Mr Yeast is a prosperous young far mer of the west end and the bride is thepretty eighteenyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs y C Sims Harrodsburg erald Mrs Jacpb Wllmet Lincoln Ill found fier ftaybackto perfe t health She Tfrites with kidney fro ble andbackachea aridmy appitite was very poor at times A few weeks ago I got Foley Kidney PlHs and gave them a fdir trial Th They jssve me great relief so continued till now I am again in perfefelj health Haydon Robertson 1kj LEBANON LOCALS From the Enterprise and Falcon Joe ilie Malts an 18year bid negro boy fts tried before County JliCKE Carter Saturday and held to answerto the grand jury Htwas arrested at the 10 stance of Mary BeaVen a 12 year old colored girl The State Board of Election Gotnmisslpners t a ipeeting held in Frankfortthe latter part oJIlast week appointed county electiont commissioners to serve the ensuing year in every county in the state For this cOunty N E Harmon was named as the Republican commissioner and C C BoldricK as the Democratic member Mr Henry Harmon died at his home on thejiead waters of Ar icklesl creek Sunday nightf- ollng i a shortIllixess of looked bowels4 Deceased was an ibdu trious man 80 years of age and a son of Mr George Harmon of that section of the eoun ijJBe is survived by his wife and Sev eral smal children Tne inter ment was at Old Libert burial grounds Tuesday J Ddglas Thompson afarmer and Miss Artie Hardesty Tooth of the NewMarkcb section were married InJeffersonville Satur day dight by Magistrate James S Keigwin The bridegroom is a native of jihis County and is 21 years old He is a s6n1of John Thompson Thebride was also born m this county and will be 19 years old next December She is a daughter of Joseph 8 BardestyII MissiSalHet K Coppage daughter of Mr and Mrs Go W Coppage of near Cbilton Casey county and Mr Elz WrliErht were united in rnarriageJt Li berty lastThursday August 25 1910 Shortly after the cere mony they repaired to the home xjf the bride where an elegant reception awaited them They have a host of friends who wish them a long happy and pros perous life As Mr T M Estes and wife with a party of friends were returning from a drive out the Danville pike in thefa handsome new Auto Tuesday afternoon a manwhQ was a stranger tpthem jumped out of his buggy and drawing a pistol ordered them to iIt May Be Pneumonia A hard chill pain through the chest difficult breathing Then fever with great prostration If this should be your experience send for your doctor You may have pneumonia If your doctor cannot come at once give Ayers Cherry Pectoral When he comes tell him exactly what you have done Then do as he says No alcohol in this cough medkine A tNH v cae11IlKaMedI J rQ oftttonot near the buggy in which the man was approaching That looks like work for the coming grand jury T J Carrico who lives a short distance from town on the- CampbellsvUleplke has a fox terrier dog which heand many of his friends regard as a marvel The dog which is only a year old has been taught to worm toac co andlzan do the work as satis factorily andas rapidly as an experiencedfman Oc c ssionuly the dog breaks a leaf as itgoes through a row work ing first on one side and then the6tbrbutnqtvery often iis this the cose No the dog is notforsale When Merit Wins When the medicine you take cures your disease tones up your system and make youjeel better stronger and more vigorous than before That is what Foley Kidney Pills do for you in all cases of backache sleeplessness and general weakness that ig caused by any disorder of the kidneys or bladder Haydon 4 Robertson f EXECUTORS SALE As executor of the will of T MILanham I will on Saturday SePt 17 Iabout theI84 AORESowned by the late TM Lanham The farm is situated about one and one half miles West of Springfield on the Smith Mill tonipike The farm is in a high state of cultivation and has on it an excellent frame dwelling containing 7 rooms and all other necessary out buildings This is one of the best ountylandapples andsmalt fruits The sale will be on a credit of bne fourth casnJtbe remainder in one two three and four years The hoboes for the deferred payments to bear iinter est from d teand payable annually and to containi a clause that in default of any installment of interest or any note all of the notes tto become due and payable at the option of the own ers Any information that anypur chaser may desire or wishes to see the place call on H A Rudd or W A Clements I HettieRudd Executor of T M Lanham Our Grand Od Man J Proct9rEtott quietly cele brated bis80th birthday at his home in Lebanon ndavBe is the Grabd Old Man of Ken tucky and wetrust that having lived for four score years thor be may be spared for many days yet to come and that they may all be days of peace and content meet J Proctor Knott was not only the greatest man that this district ever sent to Congress but the entire State fieyer had an abler a more brilliant or a more honest manlu tie Halls of Congress His name SB known from one end of this cQuntry to the other As the Chairdan of the Judiciary Committee of the Rouse hdranked with Jerry Blackcf the first constitutional awyejrof lhe conjntry Ass debater on the floor he was a thatch for James G BlarneAs a atirst he was icfa class all by himself and his Duluth speech has never been equaled in the English language As a man of letters as an artist and a sculp tor he has rare talents and great knowledge Knowing him intimately for more than twenty years Of his public life he never ceased to surprise us with the infinater variety of his knowledge and its absolute correctness sad thoroughness Taking him in the breadth and scope of his mind and in the verstiliiy of hIs talents we are fully persuaded that there does not live in the South a greater man than J Proctor Knott He is as great as Were Beck Carlisle Hill of Georgia or Lamar of MiMiMip pi who were his colltfUM in Congress On hw BOth birthday we takeoff our hat to the Grand Old Man of Kentucky and our dear old friend J Proctor Knott Elizebethtown News SafeMeikiiiefKoCliiMreH- Fpleya Honey and Tal Iga safe aiid effective medicine for cfiildrea at It does not contain opIates or har fat drug Get only the jfcemiilaeJWs Jeyt Heaeyuid STar 14 tWjtWwr package Haydon ilWberUwi MAN KILnED BY LIGHTNING yardJIryardJI analpropertYfnclaimed another victim on last Friday afterooon latije person of Mr John Comley the 18 yser- old son o Mr Erastus Goml6y J4iJohnThe young man at the time of the u nfortunliLteaccidentwu standing between his twoS older Brother in theirf rout yard and he was standing igilar a Imall tree The 001 t struck the tI1 and lleaped froth it toth ypan r man striking him on the back part of big head singeing his hair and breaking bis neck His jbother who was standing in the door was struck to the grcHiod whoINeither of the other boy fell the effect of the shock at All DbIt young man was a very eXmp tv young man and had the resrevi of a large circle of friends The family hiver thsympa thy ofa large circle of friends in their sad bereavement Your kineytrouble may lebflng standing it may be either acute or chronic but whatever It is FQleys KIdney Remedy win ad you to get rid of it quickly and restore Jour natural healtband yigp Pne bot edymademeGrandVlewHaydon 8s Robertson Tatham Sprini U r The rjelad editor has just je turned from a most delightful stay at Tatham Springs There- is noresor irrtbisizt equall to this pace for heaJtb abdrtcr tion and people wiJl be glad to know that the hotel Will be kept open through the month of Sep tember Mrs Wornall isstill in charge and ghe seems to bema lug the place more homeliki4ndi fiihtmore everylaytbirtyfijce or forty guests mfidei things vjarjjrjireljr there and eni ted with zest into the manyj spoitsthat Lake a stay at Tat4 ham an extra Ipleasurf Thi favotite recreations among the guests seem to be cards dancing and bathing Anyone worp outt and riSn down froIhe summers work will do wen to spend a weeK or two at Tatham before it closes Harrodsburg Herafdj I 500 pair elf slippers to be sold for the nextjSO days regardless of cpst at Cam pbelf Bros 1 1 hQh 1Il1 11 JtB JOM i f1I1f l i J j JNew R fMdJf 1 t w Beit enacted by the Gjetteral Asfemblfipf therfOff K8n lICk u t f1 That it shsl1bwlrforany onto objitriict Lb water blol1rIlPUtf oV aat piIf Jd by ipuUiIi AorOMf ther private or iHigfe ore the water table of a p Mfcroi4 Wlthoat RroTiarpj a c l rtitPipe of Mftcifmi dlaSeS4tboafry the firYoIM1KtSL4y ciJJIn iim 4iiC tbta toimp8dhallalso bSSa3awfslll to pkat trees teiepbee I M or Jem tIlnoro10MreM Htlf feetof feci5bs edgr of iUM 4Hch w that a pio or ery may be v cd inmd widening of 4deejwfi f iiAny fetfcioff tree ofsteiMi illting mtoa water taWeoe r6m ilf4 down from abore iW If sMsrezroyed wi iIlariWowner of la d of which tbe ejb traetfca WK a part or aaypr Isoti oVsi owkicr CRtio wiNs cr brisNr fany p Moa irtacwf Mir oir obstrjKJtlqfi la wbu MU 8llablttQrU datg domy iiMiorWAtef inlpijUr roatlM t an A also to aI19 of two fllfcak J for each day she o frtcmetiiw iSr laid inutha duch lod w t 1 t aafS 2 Itshaflbiheiusyje road overseer or co nty s rrtype qf roads sto refwt ertry m jii yIJBanor nnderllie a4A with aIi ttbe4J1 that f osIthe Unit graadjury ler mtii a ofJ flabee1 expelledl froa hi ooi OcfeihM j tact mia lSw tU lf a court shall order it to priri a ed once echyat Jor t pfjMHhs iu some aewspap or feoenl circulation lm tkLrc9esr 8 Ai wsi 4e M m wash oattif ef irr uIMIeIJ l1 to carry ihct ygs Pl wcd drafcl and Mia UM roadBid or adjamsf pfoyertj by the perstiMioa of ererattrer toad stiperyisor th Iitefei y be tIled or d 1ned1cU iW proptftJ 4 size 4 laimakiaf oc repairing ay psrtof a public roM ew taftfc or more of all akwey so lewtrt shall b i tuelfor MM iraia n eV siios4 b1 J Iaad piMia lyerte st jfc rf Ppetl of MitftWa stliet a Ml 1 ataei t 1 5 Thwact etmH ot apajtja telephone coapMiea tfcT t J o obtained the eoiieat of llijlBjfc art of the oa1yt iHseffiM lk polee are tocatsft jwfi S Jmk r lion of same l fAprovd Mse i Kl f f ii1 foJyMIgmTf f Vse J f tIli iJ11P t 2 r PROGRAM t 1 e is 55fll J t Washington CountYFarmlrsi iusthviicq t r 1S- S44k1 AT COURT HOUSE SPRINGFIELD IHfi ItJ t T3 t r Ai Vfhi Wednesday Scptwribr Zl l10at M ok iffir Meetngcalled to order by JOHN G JCAIR DIrar h k t Prayer 4WrA Wi Welcome Addrel8 l1nuw i W Response 15 mInute t rt1040 Electionof Permanent Qiarnqn asdecretasy j1100 Election of one Del gate andr one or iiore AKnMttt aM Mtta4 r State Institute also te1eeti fCriltt Beyeirteyg feiWUShIJ fJ tonCoantyr i rr AoSEi1ZO1ipM 10 tFIIf Jleet1can sbytechsitMas IThe Mistakes We Famen Make JUUttwi e Create tfiiii iFertility ef 5iLrlLNY Di1 O IrIncreasing Diry Proli1f1 keeWky It L ONu 1fJ f 17oWtoIrnprvetheWhtrepSsedSict a t s and CultivalIes r JITs W Gv1 Thiwsday iSbsr lJlAtr 1 6 MCiIi tt y fj Prayer W i1Good Roads and How t MawUki Them T cdt M y t j j Injuriousj U1MI U q JqJMIC k twAlfalfajaad Heti Grewlt m Kmteiiky j- FarmMarMCoere1ih7eWlaws iCrop i p r w wIII JIr a tx 3 AFrooi S8lO4es P L I rMttedrbrcbIivmSHog Cholera and Hew to frwe t bf Jfcw liTiiiiniHil Tubrtahi lit Cat Its sstMs J ii T = aiJlpfti V JiL r 1ror JlyI1 VJfIk T1 Auiiiiiii 4c fjof GLjcATLaTT 4IA41 J J JL I i r i t A f I Y J Ml osffADfRi j PIGNILD KY 11 r1ImYTKDAY 4 J JKEFM PWJfc td1riuA PttbbtM S it B1 T SEP i lHotT i 11 a i t MrVOW 01a kandfmUs1 J IPmUkwi pMt Sunday with k M1MBW1NIAfcwrj 1irno Springfield twiirxvMiltor of HopkiniTille j Yf1IIMr SdyCZ 0 Pakifcra aad lamily y llia raUtivM here SindayiiJt1 Mr Ivan Keeling and wilet ysi ltd Mr Botly Pinkatoii ud i aitTj Hatch4tt hu cloud aJ jtriM vt trtiK at Bockbridf c wlJ11Uo i BtcoU Got told a tWOHt dh f rvo Richard vPinkgtoi brS6 ltt rXiiD g bought 8 wean Jai oalTM for 15 achi JUiOa Whit told a bunch of 9Q pcMiMl tboftU for 9c per p ToMfh BirkhMd bought a 4biachotwoyao1d sheep atII IGpchiad Mr JH Hunsite and family r sfMrt tkt latter part of last week a wrtfc Dr Hatchttt and family iJ 14 Foster oW a mare and S 1k to Dr McCtord of Leban 3 oeIoc1925Oaoowandc1fto- t TftUaot Royalty for 85 and bIwFght a low and pigs from Jtii Huifato for 26 4akrtral from here attended i tile Bpii t Association at Pita S tmtt OiD Anderson countyt rScwiiQers of Georgetown A ftat MYcral ni ht ithREvn 4 Hatcbttt f Protract meeting will beginw 1at Tatbam Springs the third r X Sinday m SeptembercMr JBverrtte Keeling and Miss Qpie tiltr urprised some of 4 their friends by stealing a march j 5 aujjrtra married tChap1inc GYfShirley sold a bunch of 1 t ebos to Mr A w Litsey for r 9 I Mr Robert Armstrong has alxret completed bis new barn V JontISNkDwnSevere straiaa on the vital organs like jtrains on Machinery cause break dowpB Tpu caat overtax toaach liver dneboWell or tt serves without ssrioos danger to I ypttrself If you are week or run- dbyra or wader strain of any kind t take Electric Bitters the matchless F tftoak Mdicine Mrs r J E Van de j iJolKirkland IlL writes That i idldot break down while enduring a mott aeyeie 1 iaJfor three eatha U due wholly toElectric 4Hl4cnV Ute them and enjoy health Jiad aeIgtII Satisfaction positlve b fuaramteed 50c at Haydon Robertson a 1S1 Meeera Willie and Jurden iayeirwere the guests of their 3 lieteVMrs Ethel Barker from Saturday until Monday J MrMdMrs li Fenwick aid chljdran spent Sunday with lrj3BI Fenwick and f mllyI Mr and Mrs L B Anderson fid wow Reed spent Sunday t1with5Mr nd Mrs Mike Barker IIiftlr Terj a Graves who nas jj qmlte ill is some better at j Sthta writing cIi The patty given by the Misses Psiwkk Saturday night was 1 i well attended and ail reported a 1 4 monteoioyablo time Mr and Mrs Jeeeie Alexand SrIaind Mrs Myrtle Logadon have returned to their home inC = iBdlanapolis after an extended V vvisit with friends and relatives r lara Misses Alma and PearlFenI wlckspeot Tuesday night with their brother Lloyd lPlraJld lrs Martha Stumph to were the pleasant guests of Mrs j iL A Anderson Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Bottoms afd children and Mrs Be Wals toa spent Sunday wish fr and Mn 5DBarker tXN Jim Lianham and iemgktw Annie May spent j Tiway with Mrs Teresa IGrnd family Mrssetba Conhorrofr Broom i Selile yisiting her pareits Mr art M rsJ D Barker of tbiI E t t F sIeIiI IbMIM lot ofl Mala atrtetfT7 v rv t okirck JMLYiig of IS alley r Jai psrds1S1 call e Miss LrLis- i V sf Lit MisiLary Brucefhas returned boat after Ti itinf Dr and Mrs JH Hopper iJ teeeeMafy Logan Neal Mary Eiee Taylor and Mr Wallace Oatican speak several days last fieK with Miss Eleanor Reed Bey If P Haynes has left for Louisburg West Virginia where he will accept a chairin Eafglisb ia the Yirginia Military Institute Mrs NOe and Mss Mary Lee Taylor hue returned to their home In Ohio after visiting friends and relatiyes here w Miss Grace Shehan and Della tRay for St Catharines Monday whee they will attend school MrJ L Martin aadHagh Brown Gregory were in Chaplin Friday Messrs EdjGrace oho Grace and Will Vandyke attended the Bardstown FairSatirniay- 1MIssEthmaRose Polin spent Sanday and Monday with Miss Bessie Smith Misses Logan Neal Mary Lee Taylor and Della Ray Gregory spent Thursday with Miss Far Thy VanArsdale Mr JimThompson and sister Mabel visited Mr Hobeit Thompson Tuesday Miss Sarah Reed entertained number of her friends at the hbrne of her grandmother Mrs C VanArsdale Thursday evenin at a six oclock dinner Dr and Mrs J H Hopper en- ertained Friday night in honor of Miss Mary Bruce Mr J O Poliri and sonf Joe were in Lebanon Monday The Lash of a Fiend would have been about as welcome to Cooper of Oswego N Y as a erclless lung racking cough that defied all remedies fort years It as most troublesome at nighthe rites nothing helped me until I used Dr kings New Discovery which ured me completely I nevei cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sorelungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whoop- ough orhayfever It relieves quick yand never falls to satisfy A triall convinces 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Haydon Robertson PuWicSale Haying rented my farm I will on the premises at Predericks own5onTliursda1 September l 299 beginning at 1 oclock pm offer for sale to the highest bid der the following roperty Three milk cows and calves one a Jersey 3 yearling steers yearling heifers 1 sow with pigs 2 sows due to pig October 12 1 Duroe boar 1 9year old mare in foal to Jack Bill Goebel fiveyear old mare in foal to same 1 aged family mare in foal to Jack 1 7yeajold mare safe and agood driver and not atraid ah automobile 1 4 year old sorrel mare ia foal to Hank ney noise 1 9year old mare bred to horse 2 nice filly colts 1 2 yearling horse colts 1 suckling mule colt 2 3year old work mules 75 good stock ewes 1 6 year old Jennet in foal to Mackin Gibbs jack 1 3year old jennet in foal to fields jack 1 yearling jennet 1 Pyear old jennet with jack colt a lot of bled bay 100 bushels silled oatq1 1 riding cultivator jumping shovels 2 double shovels breaking plow farm wagon 1 corn CI usher 1 tobacco frame plow sear etc lERMSAUS 1Dur 10 and under cash Over that amount on a credit of1I6montbs note with good persona security and bearing 6 per dent interest will be requir6d iMi JpT MONTIY 8M ampbellAu tittHEN a man boys a piano be may not think so niacb of educating bIB daughters as he does of disciplining his aelghbors Tile average man thinks hlmsell handsome enough to suit any girl When he has the courage of his eon TicOaHs we say MEfovr conceltedr A pvlt jtheclty hall cuts more ice than papers showing that the family came iTer In the Mayflower 4Tkit e fear that harasses a Ia- zMawtkat the Bctoetlsts may find ma a tikuqr Tlnu aMihls wife will In list 09 ezpedaieMlng In the family Fewer MOf j woald be peaalmtetia if titt1 tatIwhft a fool notion ac- edf by ItetefllBg to some base flat lertr tkatth j art becomes their dark Mfaaic bMty t If bet air Trashes through as iitttii bead tH IM is sometlnwi fkM iJy 1i8 Jdetl amoiig the Viiilni fciiramai Mroy wharton Rt Estate Agwti- We have in our hinds for sale the following described property all of which we will be glad torshow anyone that wishes to buy property 100 Farm containing 115 acres well located good six room dwelling tenant house and barn price 4000I101 Farm oP 180 acres room dwelling house 2 barns price 32 per acre I 102 Farm of 177 + acres 3 miles from Mackville 1081 Farm of 135 acres seven and one miles from Springfield good tenant house and two barns mostly in grass price 70 per acre 106 Farm 45 acres good house and barngood land and well fenced Price 4500 107 Farm 170 acres located Smiles froth Springfield Ky lmaYl house stock and tobacco barn well fenced and watered Puce 60 per acre- 108 Farm A70 acres one inile from Mackville well improved iin every way lays well and in a high state of cultiva tion Price 420004r lOQ Farjn of 84 acres 6 miles from Springfield small house and good barn 40 per acre 110 Farm 170 acres 2f miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling small stock and tobacco barn and newly fenced Price 45 per acre Vlll Farm 140 acres 8 Ij2 miles from Springfield nice dwelling and barn all lays well newly fenced and mostly in grass Price 5750 per acre 112 6 room frame cottage 2acres of land nice little barn and other outbuildings located 12 mile front Spring field Price2200 213 Farm of 206 acres 7 12 miles form Spnngfield 16 per acre RRTR1BUT1ONII t By PHILIP ATT R8VRV Copyright by American Press Aelation I was at work at my easel one mona ing when received a visit horn a lady who was a perfect stranger tfc me 1 arose to receive tier qnd was about to abk her how 1 could serrW her when she said eagerly Where Is Edward Borland EdwtrdBorlnnd Yes Do you know where I caa fInd hhni I never heard of the gentleman You painted the picture Retrib tlon didnt you on exhibition at Mal tines IiI ddn From what did you jtake my like ness J never sat for you My1 good lady will you explain feelingsbyalreadyElseawful scener nwtulsceneDo e of Ignorance I suppose It was he who told youi J My bewilderment was increaslfl rather than subsiding for I noticed resemblance though a very faint one between the lady before me imd a fig ure In the picture to which she re ferred In tact 1 was dumfounded did nothing but stare at herjshe went on spcaklngjnherqulck excjlted way her eyes filling with tears It was 4ill my fault I urged him to take the money and speculate for me The stocks went down Ten days aft er the loss was reported to me by the brokers be had learned of it and made it good out of his own pocket Indeed he wrote me that there was a profit The stupj lbrokers calledon me for margin during his absence at the height of the panic He had distinctly told them tbiook to him and by no means communlcat with me But why did you call your picture Retribution At the moment I reproached him he had ordered a check sent me for 0000 I received It after he had gone A light was beginning to break In upon my brain I had read of cases where persons had fancied themselves the subjects of artists work and It struck me tht I had met with an In stdhce I was Intrestedln the ladys story Might I not be of service in restoring to her a person she had wronged The picture too com sponded with th6 scene to which she referred A woman was reproaching a man who bad wronged her while he stood with bowed head receiving his chastisement The woman was the principal figure the man was in shad 6w and his face not distinctly visible I concluded to temporize with her And 4Idhe not defend himself asked No tie simply stood and looked at me in astonishment His figure in your picture doesnt Cflhow his demeanor at all Hellift you with no explanation Non whatever Ten minutes after his departure the postman left his let er containing his check for what I had given him tho profit Profit in deed The transaction cost him 7500 I pondered while she went on Into herently In the same manner as be fore Finally I said to herlIt you will leave me your address I will see If I can do anything for youv There 1 knew all the while you were acquainted with Urn and that ho gave you the information which lled to your painting that picture Oh please do tell him how sorry Lam for what I did Yes Iif I find him The lady departed somewhat com forted but by no means confident that r would succeed in gaining for her the forgiveness of the man she had wronged Bow Itoud Edward Borland is a matter between me and a man I paid for doing ibe wprkWben I met Mr Borland htliupposed the meetlnjf was casual I ursued the a acquaintance and Invited him to my stadio where If had the picture from MartIne con spkvously displayed on an easel I watcbefL him as he looked at It The womans face evidently intereated Jilm Where did you get your model for- Uiat ftgUreke asked ZThia was a beglMdng Before he left my studio I had toid mth story- of ray 6ltorI and berlllusioni Wlwa Jite ir pder at the Magmlar occvrrecce ka4givea place tathtnkiag ow the jMtmatk between himself and the 11w his face hardeai Jtl ef fitted a recoficlllation t awt vt the tJaoit eftzieea- 4mk bIft wb 1 Big Ii sSalel 1 7 J On Saturday- SeptemberS 17 1910O AT 230 OCLOCK PM At the late rwidenc of Tbol W Reed onehalf mile from Wijlis burg Ky we WiUo1fer fr sale to the highest and bOat bidder at public outcry sbput l 300 Acres of Land Lying near Wiftisburg Ky This is one of the best tobacco farms in the burley district The farm hfys well and has on it a good eight room1 dwelling all necessary outbuildings stock barns large to bacce barn three tenant houses iswell watered and in high state of roltivatien and iias on it about thirty acres of timber and a large quantity 01 f fine locust trees The Sprip esJtJ and Willisburg turn pike runs through the farm and divides it into nearly two equal parts on one side Of the pike is the residMce tenant house stock andl tobacco barns on the other side are two tenant houses and about one half of the timber This farm will be offered in two tracts and then as a whole and Bok in the manner so as to realize the most money Irbisis a most desirably located farm very produc five close to School and Church and is sold only because it is necessary in order to distributean estate TERMSOnefourth on or before Marthl 1911 and the remainder in three equal installments due on or before 1 2 and 3 years Ifrom 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 money notes The purchaser will be required to give bond with good personal security for the first payment of the purchase price due March 1 1911 SAny person desiring tollook over the premisesbefore the day of sale will call upon T J Miller Springfield KyorDrW W Hyatt WiUjs burg Ky who wil take pleasure in giving all information desire T XMillcfandW W Hyatt Agents for the Heirs of T Ws M J Reed ATthllitiifAs Administrator of the estate of W P Montgom My de ceased I will at bis late residence 8J raises North of Springfield the Springfield and Walton Lick turnpike on 7on Wednesdayy September M AT 10 OCLOCK A M offer for bale to the highest bidder the farm containing 116 ACRESAll in grass except 26 acres A new dwelling and All necessary A fine stock poud and 2 good wells Close to school and has a good orchard This farm has grown some of the finest tobacco ever raised in Washington county 1i 6 Personal Property One extra fivevear old mare bred to Moko Pearl good family mare one 10year ojd mare bred to j ck extra farm mare one 14 year old mare bred to jack one suckling Dare mule colt extra good one 1 good yearling horse mule good one one Vjersey cow and calf 1 extra 5year old one 500 Ib heifer 31 extra stock ewes and one buck 1 sow and 8 pigs 1sow and 5 pigs 5 sows dne to pig in September 44 feeding hogs all Durocs ope thoroughbred Poland China boar one share in the Clements telephoneOo one sixth interest in a dippipg tank about 250 bushels of corn one steel tire buggy good as new buggy harness one Old Hickory wagon at axle one Walter AI Wood mower onenaif interest in viilwaukee binder 1 old binde nd farming implements of all kinds about 4000 tobacco jBtiok dome lumber 1000 to 1500 old brick one 50 gallon kelU household and kitchen furniture Poultry etc- TERMSOn farm one third cash remainder ic one two and three years in equal installments On personal property all sums unier 10 cash over that amount on a credit of six months with good personal security and payable in either bank of Springfield Anyone desiring to see the farm will be shown over It by Mr Will Thompson who lives on tke farm Forfurther information call on the undersigned j R 1 Montgomery Admr DINNER ON GROUNDS rrr I L1 YOU CAN HAVc 1 Rolls Pies Cream Light IIWarm and Rye Bread morning at 11 oclocjc by tele or calling at IIevery Katie Herein Bross I Phone 9II Try One of our Grape Jui J8hO SUppOed I bau nm act ut dvj Naturally I remarked She gave me carte blanche to do- a I thought best for her to win or- Ion as the market rose or fell and When It fell she reproached me As was to be expected front toy woman and as would be the result to the case of mOlt men Women dont poBeees the poise to stand that sort of thing Granting that you were excusable for acceptlng such a commission you couKLonly expect that it would be heads you win tails you lotto Before be left I tecvred mk promise to ueet tile lady IB question to my stBdto tbeneit mormlag I Botifle her to come atd she no sooner MW her former lover there than ID alf artist caught the penlteat pleading look OB her face for say wart pJctnre I market tk Jrst BetrlbstJea I and t8tCMdetrlb8t 1W Wkea ay friead Mrs Boriaad gets bttreperews ker iHMbaad tells BM that I kaC better patet tftrt ptet re with klm IB the fet frpWB4 aa4 call It XttribvtioB IJI1 Hta wife ftfiate B4lentaB4 why J PlneappU Jam Peel and grate as many pineapples is tire desired remembering that the sugar loaf pine Ito best for the purpose Weigh and allow an equal weight of sugurLet tho sugar and pineapple heat gradually tortwentt minutes then simmer atendlly after the sirup reaches the boiling point for nearly fen hour or until it becomes a clear amber jelly that thickens as it cools Il extremely Juicy some of the liquor may be strained from the fruit and canned separately to be used In the punch boWl Explained You seem to be getting out rat hz early for you Brown I Yes Feeling pretty spry eh Nawl Then why this thusn seY The Confounded bill collectors get around awfully early this year and I Just but to beat them to the few dol mrs f have got i iS I = f 4btilbWbilI4tWb4WIW i 1t I SPETCIA1SHT- FOR I i tl r11 10 DIWSt-4 for iheneJJIO d ysewiUf l1akeprcall Summer and Medium weight goods regard tfssiiti 4 t cost j4t 17 CLOTHINGSMens 2500 and 15OOlj JJ 2250 salts Mens 2000 and 1800 suits 12 00 i rv1nsI65Oand I5OO suits 10 0O Youths 1500 and 125O suits JgO0 II Special Pried on Weight Pants IJ GINGHAMSAND LAWNS 15j and 12 l2c Ginghams lOc lOc Dress Ginghams 7 12c Apron Cneckngnams 71c i All ufc 12 l2cand15c Lawns 7 l2c Hoolier Cotton 6 12c 1 Mens nd at lthan ever On Mat Lace and r We are at low new U and r t Advertising 1It thVundersigredWih the consent and by the authority fD L Lftsey County Judge being anxious that all the money iby tho Wash Ington County Fscal Court be expended vn the turnn of the county call especial atteutipat t0 the following Eeciioaa riot yet under contract Part of ex 3 From pr in Seld to Pleasant Run on Balarice of ec40 From Pleasant Run to Dr Hatchetts gate on same pike c froInPlefi 4Setions 47 aiid9 Tic Mackville and Texas pike ections 48 and 26 jirirfjneld and Mackville pike 4 miles Sections 50 and 51 Balance alp ringfield andWilli burg pike Bections 57 and 58 Balance of the Lincoln Run pike Section 55 From the bridge East of M D Reed f the Bloo7ifieia pike ection Gl rTwo From Cecilville to Robt Mclntire Sections 56and 8 On the Waltoan Lickpike from Sales Ford to Polin eC tion 4 ion the Eloomfield pike from the Magisterial district ine to- the bridge SS t ec 5 Booker pike ee12 Tick Creek road ec 73 Mays Creek road I will coMract with any responsibve party or patties who ae willing to comply with and Will c6 contract All work must byj Nov 1 All bid to work these sections should be given me at once All to whom promises of Contracts have been given must cmeLto see me at once and sign contracts JR MA YES Road upetfisor uncertain IThAe great Unfat honnl tnjitcry Is what just nUCrtd Whnt clopx tomorrow hold not comei- Uljh Blow fvfi IiMifd troail You know the Uii yoKtefiluy Iti failure or 110nut what n the nln cannot ever guM SIt be like the days that have Vanished from Jdui view Or will If turn sotno different trieD And show you something new Will life serenely glide along Just like a store bookT will It contain some sweet surprise Or will you get the hookt Most of the days hztomot along Anllke tlo Iaya that go Or llkosonx odlpra of tha line All standing Inn fow When they have served their Ilttlottme And tumbled 1nt18 ditch f It puzzles you In Jut n week To know Just which was whl h I But ahtomorrowwhnt of ItT Will It bo dull nod lame A day of routine Jfif In IIhortIAnother the Hine Or will It be a diy that lives A landmark alE o d brIght What lies beyond that blat enedrldgs That marks the coming night Moving With themes itA man to pet nays must ac Sommociie Ijlmsplf to conditions But supple lu cjm tV Then be jnust jp by the board There Is Cnmouer hi Startid In ute miming n ilellvcry stnbh TlJenhe tnruiij luto n JiUvcIe ntmlr siJiop uijd next tu nlJlNtf UI NUfJj10S ntk Is wtlstiid lioivV No be thllikJu of transforming It into nn ronlnni Kfntlon t t Youths J850 sJJ Knickerbocker 1OJOO t t ad 900 suits 6jiKni kerbockrs80e i and 700 suits 5 00 41 11 37and1 all Spring tlEMBROIDERIES J l 65 and 50c Embroidery 35c V 35c and 30c Embroidery 20c 25c and 20c Embroidery 15r l i2Scand20cLaces 15c b12 l2c and tOe Lace 7 l2c and Women Oxfords Slippers Pumps costk Lower Prices made Carpets Druggets tings Curtains Wall Paper also showing specially prices gdoduin Clothing Dress Gobds Shoes Furnishing Goods II- sM1 1 A f2 for Road Work appropriated aAjri1te- rm pringfieldand PerryviliepikeS linei spenfications becompletsd tinilrtiieit ReducIion1 I 44 Si i i I Stoves aftd ftiie IIDesJring floor space to pfccc our FM etc we will sacrifice JO pe- iI cent off on all our that we have on RllngefJfndCOfJklDISfoivft I tl1erailroad cratedand will raise the price from 1010 2fiPet Gent on the stovo You n have ths acavoid these extra charges bybuyi9 at urns and also gttadvantage of the 10 per o lwe are offering youColte Ia a and if we don t suit you dit Jhays IIcount Will SHULTZ be glad to show you 1EAYEI wkatwe hiv lkma4 lkm II OLD HICKORY5 j POKCH ANDy ArWN Goon I 11ACOST9NLYAFEWLFT vBatter place yoi order rJOW I I befor hey am all gen 1r tThe test PorchSwiti w till ferttis I Cosn1d inspectourfins of fptii Lea liman Campbell 1IIi- rffii5 1lild + 8 n Cry 0hllVr Oq 1 FOI FtSTCMiri CASTQlACA5tOAI I If J r r I = J At IlfBORTOH alIt1liNT1TI I EmACTUI arr4ouT PIINjj tAI1 s JiMMis llDiCJftLDg All Woi- tPlrxtclu Strictly l DR J G MUKDw it T MU 111 Sirgsiib ooMMi148 g am ft 1 to 2 pm orer Hay oR Drugstore J1LLcimptoriMD j KA 1 tifce M Opera Kwse N- ef P RoMciicc N 31hL It WFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY oAT v LAW tJ 0e People iIIak 1rFIIiD- P KY o T DrvMW HYATT OIU oyec Red Cross Drug 9boe OOS bQtIr ita1i10IOS lit 4to 1f m 4 0 5 pap JOHNYJMAYtS fyiElJlL yiHEfOR AID UCEISED EMiALMER a T EL HONE AY gWHT 74 1 MGFIELD n J t Railrod Sch duietef1olio wing is the time schedule 1f3 MO V ia eff ct on the Bardgtown J and Springfield branch railroad iCo 41Lyei Louisville ai 410 p BawisVQwft JanetkHi J 522 pnv Bardgtown 6G6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield sta 600 am Bard town 645 am w JBard town Junction 780 a mj tht JahTM atlxmUviile 820 a in t NO 43LHveM Louisville at J 720 a mf Bardstown OunctioL 855 aDl Bardstown 100 a in r arrives It Springfield 1140 p m So 44rLsye Springfield at 1QO pm Bardatown 220p mj a Bardatown Junction 410 p mj arriyes at Lpuisville 545 p m No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield 715 a m Bardstown 8pO a in Bardgtown JunctioL S45 a m arrive at Louisvillfc P1 985 aInA f No 91 Sundays on1yLeaVf LduigvUle t 600 pm tOrn Junction 645 p in Bards tto 780 Pm arrives a- If Spriligfield att825 p m Mt and Ornamental f TREES i 1Everything for OrcbaLawn and Garden i f0e Hiliittt Strawberry Plantsa 0Catalogues No agen- UI IJ WLLENMEVa J f t 1 i Lexington Ky 4 ft tSfeiiyed on my farm three d illrmts rillgti d 2 rec I 2 red uef rs audJ co ittHrio and calf Qwner ui yhaVuaauj 1tyy paying pasi urage anSIa0MERT ItDDotice R F Dl at it STBAYED From mla n 0Out twowetka t a7001b dbirei Reward f Hnforma ldiia4ing ILrE pry JuiOClernentsv JToSTrOn Saturday August 17 thec4t the SprioxSel Fair 01 0thsroad between Springfielo fldflyOUSe a Qd Jhacelet- wjt a meu jsit lisdr wiU 0please return to H E Guse g B lLake wants to ouy SOlr biwhilg1 ff weil VU1 play the igbeat inarUtjt pries i i Notice t J Tjbt firm of J W Jarboe Co 0hVLRg sold theirfloar mill to Mc li WlK cter W 1 IaU pewong r 0wiIg themg elves indtbted ti ib old Irm are rsqvsstsd to c j a ii4 itt propt1yII 1J W Jiz0E4 Co AIi I JbYNImIsuEJ R Jls I 1TOWNSII ttfltF tlJlM Foe Sale Two fine Jel1n eta B 0 Walker IA buggy at your own price at ACKimballs r C L Brady hag for sale 500 good seed rye 1 00 per bu IIFOR SALE3OO bushels corn Carroll I Ke1lyI IFOR RENT Room over Peq 1 001ct I I J L Hinea will begin a weeks f meeting at Valley Hill school ouse September 12 Mr and MrsHugh tAt Smith are rejoicinj over the arrival Of alp pound boy i MTi Miller old 140 acres flfinksofl for 110 per acretEFOR SALTwoxtr g0O4- outtidown l bucks AB Walker a FOR RENT Booms over PJThomas and Joe Shadersgro cery Apply to L A Burns w Mound City Paints maY cost trifle more but 1 Leo Hay don1 ilth0Wathen 4 Shader Barred Plymouth Rock Boos nirsMtsJTfasteG Nice line new hatd for Jail and winter also fine line of veils at Miss Willie Knotts LOST Between St Rose church and Ben Simms farmt t black worsted EiIlWisGFewrelcdy tow ar hats just iin andEready for you See them 0Mrs Williams MOmflIObuggy bridle and a pair of lines Qwner can have same byE proving property arid paying 9 for this advertisement 0Robt Parrott WANTED Broke male fox hound two to four years old one hat is game and will stay No ancy price but want a dog worth the inoney R H- Robinson lly Remington Ind yFSpringfield onlhe last day of the fair a gold watch chain witho Masonic chatm Owner may have same by proving property J and pay ing for this ad Inquire r it this office A reunion of the Biiue and u Gray Ladies of the G A Rt nd Daughters of the Confeder cy on Esquire Nimrod Hendrens tarmfepLarnberf vited to come Tile old soldiers are few and everyone who cal o so is urged to bring a basket Good water good music Prof Geo Colvin Ricketts Boulware Wallace Rogerd Charles Haydon nd others will deliver addresses J NDComopolitan Mag aziIik requires the services of reprefceirtattyo in Washing coun ty to lootc after subscription re newals and to extend circulation by special methodS which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previ ous experience desirable but not ssential W bole time or spar sime Address with references 3 0 Campbell Cosmopolitan Magazine 1789 Broadway New I York City Thursday September 15 wilJ begoocl roads day at thetitate Fair Judge B L Litsey has appointed as delegates to the convention Messrs John WIr Gordon John W Hays Nimrod aendren Jt R Mayes J 0 Polin and Joe N Hayes Blayor I O McElroy has appointed 1r pR Durham J H McCre Wr 110 Clajbrook J F Blihop G lJ Bsaoir S PThmpeon W P MerrVtt W G Grul YIP sl Barber and Wash Tucker BuIli Gute There will be a ball game be tween the Louigyillt and Toledo ie ms on next Sunday ftepteniI ow 11th l9Q There will be re jduced rates on the Lff Rant road betweentt Springfield and I TflPIPQ i 9999999 1 I I = eiii aer itratedi ar out PAIN or DANGER i are when No wanted p rgesII 1Done1II firstClassIi vertised I fYSTALLARDDDSI I ISIIIAflchl Ky t I iM l Louisville anti all intermediate points Beautiful in appointment was the dinner giyen 1ayeven ing by Mr and Mrs IClavbroo1 Tilliamsi and green and white was the IicoJorask cloth was most covered by very large piece of Cluny in the center of which stood a beauctiful basket of white Clematis and ferns Around the basket ere four silver candlesticks tlbearingeither end of table were two sila cardsjweren each wastthe head of a beauF bwasb tlseyenCThOlee McChord Mr Harrison Will ms Miss McElroy Mr Mack rundy Prof and Mrs Geo 1Coviniam McChord JrbGregory Woodson n Mr Jas F Gregorrannouoces engagement of his daughter llen Farra to Edwin Dupuy oodson The wedding will take place Oct 12th at Pletstant rave pburh- de1eiPo1in Mr J P Edelen announces the engagemantot his daughter iss Pearl to Mr Joseph Polin The wedding will occur at St ose church on October 4th at oclock at High Nuptial aB1JJ Lightnings Capers Lightning struck on the farm ofMr A L Litsey last Friday and killed eleven head of fine I sheep On last Sunday it str qkC on the4 farm of MrBartMatting and killed two valuable horses Lightning has been worse this ear in the county han evertt Two men have been killed and quite a large number I stock i iuvenilei The Juvenile Fair will be held at the Fair Grounds on next Sat rday The promoters have taken many pains to make tbis1of year better than ever Larger premiums have been offered andS i will be better exhibits thanJ formerly This is a great dayI for the little ones as well as al tlday of pleasure for their parents and friends adav that comes but once a year and which every one should exert every effort to make happy for the children Let everyone turnout Saturday and have a big time and help theI children to have a great day School Opens The Springfield Graded School will open next Monday The pupils and teachers will find quite a change ihthe appearance of the place when they eo ter next Monday as there has been much improvement intbe building both as to appearance and room The building has been halsomined frofa toptooot toot and improvements have been made init the basement so bat every thing presents a veryr trim and iieat apparance Messrs G C Wharton and Jas I Boyajty The Improvement Committee arc to be compliment ed on the very efficient manner in1 which they have discharged their duty Prof Geo Colvin who has been principal for the last several years past will again be in charge this year and will be professor in the High School1 Department The teachers in the other grades will be Grade NQ 1 Miss Emmil Nnnan No 2 MIss Pearl Clybr oke No 3 Miss Evelyn Royalty No 4 Miss Settle Kudd No tiMils Ell- aiDunclnNo6 Miss Mary Sallie Jarrico No 7 Miss Jlennie Red ding No 8j Pi of R L Bush The County Board of Educa tion lIVe iade ar au riueuli whereby evjry siCudeut fit tb county who is able to en er the High School Department will lbe admi i ted frja 0 chfcrga for Tui tioD al9 4he teache s of the county will bi pertiitted to at ttnd Qigh school free or cbarge Itis hoped that fullattendance will be secured from the start as pupils who do not enter at the beginning of a term are seriously handicapped during the whole year by being behind iIl they classes and thus their progress is seriously retarded and 1nld dition to this the teachers are discommoded in their classes The county Board of Educa tion have erected four new school houses in the county this year andare considering the erection of a two room building at Willis burg The Board was re organized last Saturday MfrJ W Bush is IIMarryrjThe other members of the board are J Kelty W J Fowler Joe Burkhead S W Arnoldand J Durham urned Looi f C Campbell and J P werelarrested nearFairfieJdMarshal of Bloomfield and brought back here by Sheriff j and MarshalGrace on a warrant charging them with horso stealing The boys said hat they were canvassing infhis county for a picture firm nd bad decided to return to- heir homes and had hired a1J negro to go with them asar as in order to bring ack the buggy and horse which had hired from Mr T Pr Bryan and Intended togo on foot from Bloomfield to Mttt Washington where they expected to takea car for Louisyille he County Attorney evidently believed their story and did not- elieye ttat they bad any felo iou intent as he had the charge dismissed SEE MEIl If you thinking of having a sale this fall nisL Only One More nktWpen we went to press last week all indications pointed to t the establishment of two new banks in Springfield but we are glad to report that since our last issue changes have taken place which we believe are for the bena tfitt bank as well as to the general public t A meeting of the stockholders one of the proposed banks i was held on last Saturday butt seems that some of the pro t moters of each bad taken osec ond thought and had begun to1 0considertale t of four banks and a compromise was proposed andJ finallv agreed upon by which the two were consolidated A meet lug of all the stockholders is called for next Saturday at 2 ocldck in Springfield at which time the organization will be completed atd directors andJ officers elected There will ba nine Directors President Viooi President CasbUr and Assistant Cashier Te stockholders arc to be commended for getting together nd having just one bank and if all pantos poll together tlhe bank will boa success J Squire Hendrens Court The firt Uourtto be held in the new Ccuri House at Willis burg was heldon last Monday when Theodore Breudiog Lar kin Dean and Cliftonf Fowler were tried on charges of Urcach of the Peace Breeding Ws fined f75 3andawaiting the order of commit ment he decided to try his endurance as a racer and sprang and headedIover a wire fence across the fields Constable WadeHardin and others gave chase but inthellrlt Wade stumped his toe and turned two somersaults when he arose he found he wag distanced thY pursuing party being notthenia sight Sheriff Sam Hale being more surefooted succeeded final iy in capturing the fugitive ani he was broujht to town thatt night s Death of Young ChM BRarv Elizabeth Janea the months old child of Mr 13II TB Jane died on Jast Sunday atithji home of her parents after ai llness ofseveral weeks Th little one was a very bright attractive child for her age and was the pride of her parents by whom she will be greatly missed Funeral services were conducted at tde Presbyterian churcK on Monday by Rev R Bi C Law son and burial was in Cemetery Hill he Ladies Aid Society will Springfield commence Presbyterian one next storeIIhainSturdayi sales of bles at Sttultz Oleayers Rev PEPi I P Haynes 6A of Lewis burg West Virginia spent a aIIdays here last week Be will employed as a Profess r m Military Institute there ylar Mr Joe Polin was in Lo ofIIville Thursday 11 Rev Father McGonigle St Rosei is arlstic Congress iin CanadaI Mr R T Bohannon Washington County LouisIIWarehouse Co has from a busincss trip to IhaveI Nashville Tenn after spe the summer here weekIIMr and Mrs R H spent a fewdays here this reIturnedMiss Sarah ONan has entered =schoolllatt Caldwell College at Danville Rev G 9 King has returned from Louisville very much bene fitted in healtpHis imany friends who were somewhat apsh prehensile as to his condition are rojMCRd that he has again ing been restored to lealthdeMiss Virginia Wathen iis in Louisville this week Mrs Ben Spalding and Miss Mollie Dorsey will leave Friday for a short stay at Martin vme IndianaMr B Cain was in Fairfield last week Mrs Pat Kelly entertained a umber of friends at eucbreme- nuesday afternoon Miss Harvey VanArsdale has returned from a visit to her sis cir Mrs H M Noe at Columbia so Mrs MarthaLogan and daugh thersvlle are spending afew days here Messrs Johtf S McElroy jrse and Jack McChord are attending rehefairMisS Annie MeChord has re turned from a trip to Louisville w Miss Ruth Bphannon is visit ing relatiyee in Louisville the Miss Alice 11unk has returned saoheri visit to relatives here Miss Mary Amos baareturned j to her home after a visit to Miss j May Mayes 0ll Mr and Mrs Frank Menne at and daughter of Louisville were here Monday tlMra11tfJl thsistert Rev WI H Williams spent a Jew days in Louisville last weekto Mr and Mrs Nick Wells of Taylbraville spent a few days with Mrs Wells sisters Mrs Mary and Lucy Brown p Mrs Katie Williams spent Monday ill Louisville 0h 1Bridie LettIngo Sealed bids for the construe j tion of the masonry of the dew bridge at Pleasant Run creekjn this county will be received untilljl 12pclock hOOD September lath 1910 at the office of B L Litsey County Judge oJ Washington f iincounty J hSpecifications the store SRoberts Bidders will come prepared to execute bond for the proper performance of tho wo kii T SMAYES- f Co Attorney Washington Co v Notice All persons iindebted to Hen i1Ineasyoffice of Matihall DuncamJ tadt Ijtlf ther notice P F Henpessy q II jiii iiFL0J jOUR SPECIAL I 3ODaysSa- leI 1 yt I to a close yesterday II was a great success Hundreds l of people took advantage of the 2 opportunity we offered to sam 1 on their purcnases i I J f 4 TTtiii a Few fiood argaihsLertr J II- To r make aclean sweep of the SUmmerS tonks we are goTni ito cjuote yciu some AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES onthe foK Jlowing Items j il6 50 Ladia Tailored Wash Suits reduced id 298 J 750 Ladle Wash Dresses reduced to 298t 4lScand lOc Lawns reduced to 5c yard f t V jJ It 6cLawnareim yd r 8c Torchon Laces reduce3eUolt only of 12 yards if One lot of Mens Hats nhaIfPrice 7it J 4 Few Mens and Boys Suits left for onehalf Price fMeat and Ladies Low Cut Shoes at greatly reduced prices X Men and Young Mens Straw Hats less than 12 half price We have many Remnantsand Odd and Endato offer rery low 74 ilr We arenow showing some new things in faIl Styles irf Ladies Tailored Suits and Separate Skirts and YOlOlamh Suits Overcoats Hats Shoes and Shirts The RobortsomCLaybroOoko 6ki It L INCORPOR EDJr l tr 41 Card of Thanks i We wish to express oursfncers appreciationi ot the kindness own us by our friends and re latives in our deep sorrow dur the recent illness and in the ath of our darling daughter Mr andi Mrs T B Janes Prathri Creek We regret to say tbat we have ben somewhat derelict in our duty in sending in our corre spondence during the past few onths We feel that our editor Sometimes lose his patience COIrespond I doing wish that f I could say someI I ing that would increase bur 1relf in this particular I have blved to do better during the tall and winter months and ask that each correspondent do like ise Bydoing this we will en courage the editor and improve columns of the NI ws Your correspondent aderI y a wolrd to the kind Pleasant Grove Baptist church who entertained last week the Central Baptist Association in behalf of those people we never ad a nicer session than we had old Pleasant Grove church and those people down there never knew when to stop filling eir baskets ivith the gocd- hings to eat and the hospitality ey extended the Preachers and delegates during lbe say w had with themI for one never want be treated better by anyone than I was treated there and everyb dY seemed the same way May much happiness and prosIeriiy ever be yours Mr J H May ea is confined to home with hay fever Mr and Mrs Henry Hilton f Mankville are the guests of the family of G T Mays Sunday last G H Christerson and J T Skeens were at Harrodsburg las Monday It seema that the people are getting very buir over at Texas makirng land deala they will avetobaveaguidevihen they get ready to move it JMJSCUI the fever is getting prettyliiffh and there is no telliog whither it will extend J It Saved His l riAll thout1tlalote mfr t wruiAA BwetiKhi of Wtt rtow Wig Mariif ecwmi that 1 doctors could nit cure had at letaidmeiip Them Bwcklwis Afcif laJve c ra it fq HMl ud well Jk aTlIble for tikia uptIs J J a Salt neull Bott ITtvef Bursa Scalds Q t d ilea 23t af Haydott rbODIj- I I III Thc Thomas Grriloiet 1f j I Wltfi CHANGEABLE SPEED t101 This Mover baa core exclusive featureithaai say aTajjMjt ri I r heFeTievfeatures are not merely talking peMs IImarket ritorioas Ithas the Ball and Roller Btariac ktIIImproved FooteLiftand RaiaiuIj ver a and can be changed from a faat to a alowJ igitOia law a It has heavy drive wheels strong and Mmflt fiMM aM IIGeardraft guaranteed Come in and see it 4 1 I Dump Rakes Dump Rakes and Reliable Self 5 t- I Dump Rake t I AC Kimbal Aat I Lewis CTGeeA1i 4I 1 v The SuteVIndDrtrud Show Window 7000 EtfriwUrtYr HOOOOla Atha1ai SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 3dOOO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL la 1 r = r J i A DMY ul p JfATIZLLO Aaa ZPZAaPHMkuasas 1 MLP VS EUNUSTAUUS l1anr c WI LL IUMISK AUUilUtiTlI1lIUjI1LY L0WMOA34zkrr Ff fwttMf talMMMM twMt J W JMWMA gNitlMi SM PM- SSLOLJlSVILLE1ssI1sWIEiI v I T We Gvs Y4Tth- Mifyoiart1oIorbssv llf tiI J hos t4w ps have a bop 11 r ft know for wg s Jwr our own sm 1 i forloL We d4s r o a a s- YsaIlyav adksy r r n 1 S S Ir S AD J nor J i is vV Done II Ief Abk luK R1LEN J PEHATf lliilllrtillr t ItF A Press Aeaeckdlea I lf4imcr U lIinlHipejr ha I directed t to 71 aaaoeWs t aatoeV atHM 1e4ItH way WtIM t elf a ue etor ad aaascdtt crfjtsaId tM atlilrttr Iudmt yosi pa HrrleM ill di 0 t adBc to tIIe aata aMelt pai7 af tk r WOOt Jnuwfc t fii liOpbtMttfit f MMMM UIPUt uuiaug4f la7o IMTO for Lid toalcatr aaywe t uy tim 1ryws1L I win iXpLkx PLEi4r Mc 1Nk tbk NMft SttMtaal With UM bioi sti4 IIiiiXwmt a tMr jaftlyltlc icrcy j MB Jerirari to lite cfcalr asd spoka It l3iw a lXoYLaat ki aid wkk tJMtwene at tcnn lie HI siirnuu we 1e be 1 tlat sf taw HMI ajaa iaHrLJMn Ia rtitor tlMM aaia priviteffM bt- wYJ W1r Btadfefd Chkhtttar M it tfci aiabtOt ta BHtiah itiaj ZW Mi suSQd psai byIMtlitr Owtajtfceple IRa skip sail I Igsa tM 14U He wlll carry with M ttk Bcttfeafarktt treaty ft s ItsrWr l rO tIte i7 OtaBiMtr cb4 Lsadsa HP41Ii iD rid Ii Li at I JllMia ciiSPrsickaLaf1 II i ac to aMtot 7owH saW MI AiIfM ttUMttbta craolaff at W Wdi Igitfni Ckkbtr wIUbejrMo M j Hit yes eoatmaMcr t PgafjHilH tncft appropriaU jew iM iflpnoM a wsakk 1JHr IMwwMr Watsa WO4- v4 T a tir 11u I ihall expect yra tit Attb4 saysaattkeFrenck I J laiiiiaf MM WitkIzgtGR Wood wao tik bocs7rick parests btd- Mvfd the int tftesa years of her Iit Amrk was tokaa in to din MC by Mr Bradford GUckMter She tt ioww that his fmaUly tHug nel nt irtM trlell aafl that he would glad lyak a waithy wife She puUMt V ssaaiekiMsctIaseeInghlacoun try cMttt the DSUWB ii tbf rkk ekaa MI JMA MM SW atllM froat Loadea that W tWmklng te benefit In the aMSr et a wtckipHikomld beMewa t s4ck aVtalrably arntBfeda boose par- tybI1SItoI tW uUUalIf M ifiilke city tebe ready = oa the 14th Of tourse Mrs j WwiaiaMeL-p The a taIH number o- tgiiaW1d at the Dunes Itwag ilMet i 4wt the howe was cheer faMr kichted aaatk blued oa every Wrta Mr Braaferr devoted himself Jjjh the yeaay widow There are worn M Irhe fouoog the kaack of carrying a kafctMthle ajwa quickly off Lila feet lick IHKr Iferthifigtea Wood jpeakaJOvejawaM hw Tkttea to feel that he could StfftttMftft topesiMs her Byee that c IoDtelgaedrVllr Srsdford Mrs Wood ud seT r1 ethers f the boise party had gone flip treM Lonioa ea the same traia and Jha theaaae caapartawat Mrs Wood Hiitk d that her hert carried a leather jSaad ha that he aever lost sfeht of iR he Met W tratatora moaeat at II u the bawwlthkla if s the IIIMIdDg CHIPArt stIIIItMk a cigar tile haM bag DOt ecI that when 4 iiStfiiiVit the iatoSy eflafeaj te bt Critea hiafcboffl wife he gave ap Tjtfffejir piirfna aM ether such beet J1 to the servants be held on r aed it necctl Iflbsajiii to know where the I brea14abdtcd3ii t the beat eatered the kous e beshewst their eeper ke dteap tlIiI WotkI next saw I PIth ht wth a ei him she said ot iffy flaefrt Jewels h Joats tWai la London a tke aoaeer i 14 a M Oae aemeat iMttHkeeper The safe IM ypsea Ibp i1II go with 1lIT41rkitneasiry 1eriK1 ifgor 4Ia moww te t91te pede j IIOil aecoad tkoagit 1 wUl keep aalifthlaB teeHe M Ay trunk Taere waa a faiat reproach in the gisese TW dDer tone laMoa lae he said 1 would 7 4iibesaekepertrr CertainljL L weald trust you both p5eIft3 CW4k e la tkat safe thai fitltig te tee Would be jus t Jlfrti Saaca ykiar aay one keweyer if Jl1IIi itItuT ff JMco1f rCIded p t Jin tore a ol atett were aiii tIt tkBV eiTM Toa woatd kka fool to Aeaoi Hers i r box Ilatristk ear car- ekistatteat a ti Iabi tto be te a Better et oaieBcet hath jijfcftid ItTakJIWJIiiebox in which there were oily a feW gems for hafenaal occaskHw he wea away and peid iit In hto gaffer The BexTeveavtac at alaaer the young willow wag eitrtitdaf She seemed to N iIla light happy mood Sb- eWueBtOlY et hOW the host bad re od to permit her to visit his safe wtthewt his being present and set all the facets Jaafalaf by Uti bumorou tdttaff The hoet laughed with the reet aBd had he aot been corning une der a spell that would have ended the aattee As It was he winced There w waderaeath Mrs Wood humor a faint gwpicieiB of ridicule He tried te excaee himself but only got tangled It IB hte ewa excusesaDeatyoa think said the lady tobthe ethers that Sir Bradford joweS BM ga e reparation n d All hanteringly agreed that he did Well this la the last night of our riek here Let himistrust me with is the kyo hs safe till tomorrow morn hH yAJ1aet aeceeeaHly be showing any con g deace whatever But the widow In stated that It would satisfy her arid a he smilingly held out her band for b vMketJvTSe thoBght Mashed through Sir yJnldfords head that the safe being Ia his owa loom would be under hisn ceatrol through the night There was t pretty woman smiling aJtM j hIma woin8jnW5 n irWfTne was and whom helthoughfc It advaafefreous to marry Nevertheless he did Dot consent Then suddenly there came a flash from the womans eyes a haughty look as if she deemed jack a denial of confidence insulting gir Bradford put his hand in his pocket and tossed the key on the table before her Amid a burst of laughter she seized it aid placed it in her corsage The diplomat had no sooner yielded te aa ixtpulfe than be regretted his act A man under a womans spell is liable to ra h from one extreme to an ether Oae moment he trusts her im plicitly the next be fears that be has fUea into the toUs of a devil At any rate such was the fear of Sir Brad qcd Never for a moment during the evealng did tis leave the side of the wesan who possessed the key of his afethe safe where was deposited that which 4f it passed into tie pos ge dOB of another would ruin him ItI he turned away from her for amo eat it was that she should not sec the expression on hIs face when 4he cursed himself for a fooljThe wldow railled him contlnuantI Arent you going to give ne one moment alone Be comforted I amI not in the habit ol vIsiting any butI my own room when visit Will yob sleep with a revolver under your pillow tonight These were some of the banterlngs she gave him much to the amusement of the guests At mid night when the party broke up she had made no move She rose with theothers and went up to her room The moment Sir Bradford heard her door close he wen up to his own apartment With bis eyes fixed on his safe hegave himself up to tumultuous aaualng It contained his possible ruin tad the key was in the possession of a woman be but known but a few dayg Pooh pooh What ah assi She only did it to bedevil me Nonsense I have a revolver under Diy pillow and if any one should come in here tonight More nonsense Whos to corner Thus he tried to dismiss the matter from his mind But oh if he OBIt had the key He went to bed and tijdts1eOp Slumber would not c6me fFatfcyhig he beard a movement in Mis rosin be rOM and struck a lightyHe W ashamed of himself for doing Bobut left it burning This made him feel a trifle more comfortable and toward morning he went tosleep He Vas awakened by his valet bring lug hot water After a glance at the safe which showed no evidence of having been tampered with he arose dressed and went down fo breakfast A maid approached him and aaldWI I took the hot water to Mrs Wodd reom 6 She didnt answer vhen1 knocked and I went in She isrfr thereof Sir Bradford blanched Like Jigbt alng the thought flashed through his brain that the key of his safe bad gone with her Then he saw that be was ruined He was to sail that afternoon f01 ConstanUn pie The only way to get the treaty was to break In obls safe But it was a new and perfect one put in aince he had entered thV diplomatic service Only in London could men be found of sufficient skill to do the work and London was 200 miles away He put his hand to his jed staggered up to his room and locked himself in S a Twentyfour hours later the minister of foreign affairs In Paris received the card of Mme ChapeHer He dlrect ed that she be at once nilmUtcd Well he Kb left the dlplouiiir ut lib Louie far from London with be treaty locked in his safe There Is the key And hoW ranch time do you think we will gain She handed him un Item cut from a newpaper stating that Sir Fradford ChlcHester had sent to London for men to open his safe that they hnd falletl ind others more skiiiful lind gone fle bad oflered ttjie 1hrtt rc J upI would do the jOb In t Ilopm mlnistertOurt 0eQcs1 a Do You Feel This Way j Da revieW eM tired Nt P Do you sometimes Hiali yei net eaat work away at your profes apethiyemaeuei aMOM sad your tteaMCJrtpo P HuaaW you iijj ifwtLDrkzylivrIi your wiMo heek It Trill purify yowr blood L is say kudsasy ia year MiIytoaid oaiptlosir- Jt ayXir sea- rIi a a feotitoW m Ac form of rWii4t bhdfg f8t ek I iti ilt L6 14 hr e sas w r t a Its kW ait4 1 sew 1is a hyDe 1 VJieroeNYwise iSes issi JtiIOwitIt s writ a mj r = Is s lfhftriMnotice1 r bS Y 74fS dSIISC tO i IiiS Ittti1 IUUL ft did oo 9t Qr- JlJIIr1IooI 14il = 1 r TWutiis Ian lUttr- TruMi ill Imr SKpntft Zsw P4t f aiottW or oommo iglM witty oar raid litdtw Iov1tMr8NdtOCMt j I bl the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are otit of orde- rVkatTeDe There is comfort in tke knowledge setftea expresse4 that Dr Kilmer E wampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills ever wiSh incnringrheuniatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage corrects inability to hold water nd scalding pain in passing it or badc ffects following use of liqaor wine or eer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go oftet uriiig the day and to eet UP man times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwaawpRoai soon realized It tands the highest for its wonderful ues of the most distressing cases Ifyou need a medici should have the best Sold by drug istsinfiftyCtht and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all c boutitbothsentfreey iimer Co Bing Juuntpn NY When 1t5wseS writing mention this paper and doaU make any mistake but remember the ame Dr Kilmers SwampRoot aaf bt ress Binghamton N Y ABLONINJAMAICAThings A Storm Breaks Loose There A WEST INDIAN HURRICANE l Will Leap Out of a Cltr Sky and Level Almost vrythlnllnlta Path Thin Comes a Torrential Downpour Thajk Ends In a Plead Have you ever been through a West Indian hurricane tI said a man who has UVed1nthe tropics op and off for a number J f years Do you want to know what the experience is like A hurricane vlll leap out of a clear sky swoop down on a city blow everything In Iits path fiat and pass on Then follows the tail of the hurricane a steady breeze blowing In the same direction but at a much lower veloci trThls is likely to continue for many hours sometimes for many days and is always accompanied by a torrential downpour of rain I waslin Kingston Jamaica at the time of the hurricane of 1903 At 3 oclock in the afternoon I was in my office on the top floor of a rickety wooden building As suddenly as a clap of thunder the room went dark I had a pretty good idea of what t was about to happen and going to the window looked out across the roofs A black cloud bid whirled up out of the southwest obscuring the sun butt the mountains back of the city were still golden with light In less than a quarter of an hour the wind reached us The first structure that went was a wooden watchtower about 200 feet high that bad been used in the old days to locate ships approaching the harbor It had weathered all previous hurricanes butt this time it went down like a house of caMs Spars of lumber from thatt tower were carried as far as twenty blocks beipr they came to the ground Then tke spireof the church went the roofirofa sA many residences were tom iaVa d Mtne fine palm trees in the pubjlegard s snapped off aboitt halfway fromihe grWnd Buildings in Kingston however eye calculated to stand a prettytseveretbrow They are built only a fewfstories high and the roofs present 3lbrpad and compare lively flat surfaca tQ the wind Consid ering the velocity at which that burn cane was traveling the damage was not great liven my crazy office build Ing withstood it But the tail of the thing followed with a heavier rain IIthah I have ever seen before or since Td sdy that It came down In bucketfuls would be mild It was as If the clerk of the weather bad taken tin plug out of some huge vat suspended above our heads and alloWed the wa p8trn1gbtdo1nonusIIn thwjtflioura the macadam on the streetts hid been washed Iinjto the har bori Ther street outside imy window wasp rushing river as much as four feetdeep Jn places I sa wa cart 1ry to roult but with the water above the axle of the wheel and the horses llegs being washed away from under it It was an Impossible task and the driver turned back Big casks andi packing cases were dancing on the surface like corks As youcan Imagine I did not get home to supper that evening It was 8 oclock before the ram stopped and tho water In the streets had drained 1nt the bftrbor Even then traffic had not begun to reorganize itself The trolley car tracks had beez- washed out and no cars were run nlng Cabs however were do1ngi roaring business and eventually I got a cabman to drive me home for three times his vustomajcharge The damage to prOperty in King 1HtOll mounted up to hundreds of thou sands of dollars but the real destruction was wrought in the country dls tricts floods wiped out many a negro village and sent the flimsy houses tlngdown the rivers The railroads were tied up for nearly a week Ever banana tree In the path of the bum cane was uprooted Oh yes a West Indian hurricane can do a lot of dan age when itj gets busy Loss ofllife did you say OtcQura there was Nearly 200 people1 wer killed throughout the island on that oc t caslon but we grow accustomed to that In the West Indies We expect a hurricane every once In awhile and we know that It will take IUf toll o human life vhen it comes If you he been telling the story you would prob ably have mentioned that first o all hut sudden death Is so common below tile tropic ot Capee that crc get cat us I 1R Han lItii UVIfielLwlrti dhmJlIIOIj tug Tht IIJl U14e tiztue WuUIcjfl taj rCbIMaybe if the foverumeut Inspectors J would keep tyay what is one man a meat wouldntbe another mans poison In trying todettnBbte whlcvk a oo4 treat as4 wkli s a bad ose Iw cAt1eN tkjsai iciato M AftHlpfi r tHo 11- d 4 THE IRONKIN61 ly DAVID G HARTLEY fCwrtght me by American Ffreta AsH elation Hooker the Iron kIng of New York was an Irritable man and a stingy one His business was spec ulating in iron and to do this success fully he was obliged to secure tutor mation from all parts of the world as to the production consumption stock tendiedKarle a position In his office At twenhtyflve though the young man manager of that branch of the busi ness which pertained Inforuintion be was paid but twelve hundred a year On this he supported his mother a wife and two little children He stluglnessandfon He Informed that If be could do better elsewhere be was welcome toI go The young man appreciated the rprovtrb A rolling stone gathers no moss and remained where be mIl t One day Hooker Informed his clerk that he wished him to go to England tO 1lnvestlgdte the condition of the market there He furnished the youngi man with a second class ticket on an oce fn liner and barely enough money itto pay fcls board and travel third clais nlItUWlulactl1rloKJ ajnoticelocated in the neighboring town of Birmingham The Concern being a small one Ea fie attached little Impor tance to the failure butt during the day a business acquaintance who badoan Interest In favoring him gave himtt a bltofsecret information that caused t him jto change his mind It was be lieved that the failure would involve t a larger firm that firm would Involve a number of others and the whole community of Iron firms In England Ifwouldthe market that had been held speculatively for a rise and consequently the prices would fail cOnsiderablyyThere was no thoseedays so Earle wrote the Information be had received giving his opinion that a crisis was at hand and advising his employer to sell at once all the Iron he hador band The ship bear t lug the letter bad no sooner sailed than the second firm In line failed This caused Earle to Iteelstufgrcater confidence in the information be bad received and be had no doubt that all he had heard would be realized Ijj The young man proved himself ad l mirably fitted to qssume responsibly II fly He took a risk that would make or break him In the name of Booker Si Cohe was not authorized to sign the firm namebut it was not known he contracted to deliver thousands of I tons of Iron at a figure below thb mar rket price the iron to be delivered In ninty days This done he took the first steamer that sailed for America t the one that bore the news of the iron panic in England On the morning of his arrival beIIIs went straight to the office breJI sat Mr Hooker at his desk with a l morning paper before him Ea t caught sight of large headlines announcing the jtumble of iron In Eng land It had been sent from Sandy Hook Hooker was white as a sheer You worthless scanipr cried the bead of the firm to bis employee Why didnt you write of the begin ning of all tbIs2Im ruined 1 had an Immense stock on band and learnt ing ota shortage on the continent I tbougbt more I wrote by the last steamer giving you information that pointed to this result and advised you to sell out all the stock you bad Your letter never came You should baye brought the information yourhself iAreJames called Hooker to a clerk are there any letters that hTP nut been delivered to meofThere was one came sir a few days ago You know that you Ordered all llletters on which the postage was not paid in fuUtp be left nt the postofflce There was lfccnB due on this one and refused to PRY It Oh heavens groaned Hooker Was itftpm England asked Earle clerkitthink It was IItmust have been a mistake of the clerks at the British postofflce I put on stamps to cover the cost as he quot ed it to me Hookers head drbpped on his desk Irritated some tlm before at receiving unstamped letters V lit that tlmvsudi letters were delivered be bad 3lvci orders that all rajill on which any money was due should uot bo taken from the postofflce For refuslngto- pay 8 cents he bad been ruined How much Iron have you on handr lked Earlo A hundred thodsund tons groaned the speculator without taking hIs hand jQff his desk Mr Hooker cheer up ItsteWell not so bad after all I took u big risk while abroad Ii sold lu ydur name 1just as the jpankL began 12 000 tons to bo delivered in ninety daysvWhat sold for you 125000 tons at aboutt what your stock cost you Therell be 8bme low pflgures today on the publican thin of thlsnews Perhaps Id better go on to the exchange and buy u part of It Hooker fell on his nephews ned There was n profit ot the transaction of many thousand dollars and from that day Earle took lila uncles place r1S the Jrou king Satisfied But Edith said sh would marry the best man on earth eShe didnt But how did she ever come to mar ryat all She found somethln Just as good 1Gettlg at the Facts rlI regard Napoleon a the worlds greatest ge eral And why Well be fought many a pitched battle Who was his pitcher Afraid of a Broom workAdlargeThedepart Was just a sweeping charge PERT PARAGRAPHS It is plain to Anybody who Is In puT alt ofnIces that they have more tints Xne ofdlaary weans of locomotion t sGood form l The girl who Is popular Is she wno makes a study of the thlngs that are ett r left unsaid One need not be aggressive In speech to be a social failure Oh those things that men nb actual harm yet make us squirm Sometimes thoughtlessness Is at J ault again a too hasty tongue more often lack of fine feeling IIThere Is noitfyg for nouncing you rave been htvltedv to a certain luncheon or dinner yet when hat announcemept makes another w6 rllwouldrll ofI bellhonorwho feels she should do like but Ia prevented by poverty Itts one of the things far better left un hItachieved at much trouble two tables nerforlawhen that friend announces that she was compelled to turn down an elabsrate luncheon for your Invitation that the Iinformation might with better taste have beensuppressedJBetter unsaid Is the gloomy greeting o an Imaginative friend How pale II you look Ha Ye you been sick To tho average fat woman far better unsaid are discussions on flesh dumpiness big hips and double chins The hundredth woman may not be sensitive but the ninetynine secretly resent being asked How much do ou weigh novT or Arent you stout r than the last Unto we met V The Notes to Write y A girl need not be a brilliant writer to send out pleasing wedding notes What Is needed Is sincere gratitude gracefully but not gushingly expressed JI Overpraise is almost as annoying as Indifference INever be guilty of a set form your friends are sure to compare notes and laugh overready letter writer effects Aim to give the individual touch to lkeIbeing thanked not a job lot of givers It is customary to Include your fiance in thanking for a iweddlhg present Thpugh the gift comes to the girl It Is actually for both and should be so acknowledged lIt Is also the custom to tell your friends you will be glad to have them come in and see your presents This particularly necessary when there Is to be no reception and you are to live out of town Set hours may be1 mentioned if you do not wish to bei bothered with a run of visitors Many brides write notes to their friends and work a substitute for 00rfriends of their husbands This great mistake since strangers baveI often no other way to Judge the bride than by her note of thanks SPECULATING ON MARGINI American and English Ways of oin11It Are Very Different- In America a speculators ca with an exception to be noted below is necessarily nt least the size of bin IIitInstances It Is just this and nothing the London Stock Exchange an other method prevails which says Jloodys Magazine It Is probable has done more in the llong ago past to give stock speculation its bad name than 1whlcbcan exchanges In London after the inevitable introduction to a broker the I new customer gives his order but makes no deposit at all The broker is supposed to JearnI something of his new clients means and bow far be should be allowed to commit himself Twice a month the Edgllshjimve what they call their set tlement at81 customer long of a stock whose commitment has gone somewhat against him is then required to pay the differences us they are called between his purchase price and the current quotation He must also pay a charge called a contango for holding the settlement over Into the next fortnightly period if be doe not wish to close the com inltment As a consequence of this way Qf doing business a speculator may bo trading on a few points mar gin in reality Or lii fact on no margin at all He may be utterly pennUess without the broker knowing Il That this method wqrks Out with fewer losses iln England than it would do here is clue to the fact that tho social and ccpnomlc strata to which an Englishman belongs are mup easier to determine than the corrcsfpondlng Inl1bducUonas the Introducer Is regarded as toa certain extent responsible morally for the business deportment of lila friend It is wotfli while observing and this is the exception referred to above thnt In certain Instances the methods pursued in American tock icxchanpe houses are the sawn as those obtaining In London Little as the fact Is known It is not an unf rcqueiit custom for very wealthy speculators to have no fixed margin or even no margin at all with their brokers If a man of this sort loses on a com inltment he sends his broker a check for the loss If he Wins his brokers remit to him for his gains The bro key dislikes to offend a very powerful client by troubling him for funds and 1ence takes risks with his account which he would not dream of taking with the account of smallermen In stances of this sort sometimes become public In eases where the broker Is forced into bankruptcy whether owing to this cjiasn or notj- Stuffed Peppers Cut slice from top and remove seeds Pill with a forcemeat of chopped Eng dab walnuts and hot boiled rice with tomato butter salt andpepper Stand them Jun baking panwltha lime hot malted water and cook slowly for nearly an hour f o a J I For the Children rRichest bye JIn the Werl Marshall and Henry Field grand sons of the late Marshall Field of Cnl cago are probably the richest boys in the world They are the chief heirs o the 100000000 left by the great Chicago merchant Still they are not happy Since llat fall they have been at Eton coIlegeA England but they Tiave become hoineslck and threaten to run aWay to sea or something else dreadful unless allowed to return to America So they will be allowed to- pend their vacation In the land of the- free They like the ways of American boys mush better than those of the Eton lads although their companions are mostly sons of titled fathers The eldest of the two boys Marshall Field 3d Is destined to head the great men cantlle Institution founded by bin namesake and grandfather and U be ing educated with that future in view Putnams Wolf Den Everybody In the country Lffamiliar with the story of how Israel Putnam aidenhad ben ravaging tbe neighboring sheepfolds 160 years ago All admirers of tbe deed and its heroic doer will be glad to know that the den and its surroundings are to be converted into a public park Tbe his tonic den Is among high hills in a rug god country some miles from the Tillage of Pomfrct Vt and is situated at the bashcf the mountain The cafern with the woodland nll about it Is on the big farm of Phoebe Ann Clapp of Eomf ref and it remains exactly as It was a century and a half ago except that hundreds of visitors there who came from nfl parts of the Union have chiseled their names in the rough rocks about Its mouth The entrance to the cavern is about two feettoIn diameter The passageway slants downward at first for about fit teen feet then extends horizontally ten feet further ascends an oasy slope and ends in a narrow chamberthea- nclen home of the wolf thV cell of which is less than four feel ling = A Good Puzzle Here Is a puzzle which you may by iiistripgiii doorIcJenlIbegin to swing back and forth in a straight line Let another person take your lleft hand lnbls aJidtheI motion of the key will change from the pendulum like wing to a circular swing If a third person will place his hand on the shoulder of the second person the key will stop Just try tbe above and then solve the puzzle GorillaA Game A kind of tag in which the pursuer is called the gorilla The other play howl and make any kind of noise 1ers the gorilla must kejep perfectly t As soon as be touches any oneIhowling The players know who gorilla by his silence and can thus sdoid him A Riddle A man and a goose once went up in a balloon together The balloon burst and they llanded on a church steeple How could ithe man get down t Answer Pluck the goose r I Could Do For Herself She Vas a very delightful but a very aged lady over ninety and her friends and relatives anil even chance at qualntauces drawn by her exquisite personality till did her homage and as tint saying lla vwjilted on her hand and foot She accepted It all very graclouslv but with someln vard rebellion for t a very old and close mouthed frleuu the once said with a quaint pucker of lips and brows ant reminded Sometimes of the old lines Twa were Ijlowln at hei nose And three buqklln at her ahoom Youths Companion A Word For the Tightwad In France they huve an expressive phinseiUIUldmonc1 It means that part of the family incomp which is used for tho necessities and luxuries of life It Is quite apart from and kept apart from the mOre serious sub stantial part of 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