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U1 M I ESTABLIShED i c i r lt JN8a J p i IJfn 1 f I J 0 1 i JJ I L v rdlI NO6 WASHWifftN COUNT JUNE 29 1911 f ltfr ftf 1r I Jr J1 YI I rff ltftI mrNG THE LlN tir 1TJ to Da lut Man j 4W114 ywijNrfIJM with ttIiMto t t4uIisIOrtot 3Tfc a1ktwatI1I Nights gener buutji stoIr ue Yfctolty sufficiently to enable him t tQ prisre for bed without ecesElvIbe shIVeringtr1Mlet ttM ecwers with chattering teeth and ojc 7iknees over his ears In his ort t4 kep warm therr fah4 g hallway uIipkui hiUMil merrily ThekIT hir trld t persuade r f wa It Yas just the JtaUe ot Iclcles on the gms obIT Tfce householder arose and hurried 4wB tM stilra Tier were not warM T w11 wM coM and silent ihe IhiiikwHl kept up its persistent l ifart cEl slathe household El1opr VIat 3456K iMqalred a mascu 5 N VOICeas wbatIt waNt Sei q a family named Mutlins live 7 YOtIf Yes said the householder whai el itI y 1 wiahV said the voice youd bend 1t t r j hivfeme7 IfBh Inquired the households i tevnclY visions of dressing Irt siTtkecfet her soonas yoa cane sad tht j e Irm In ahurryOot to catcJ iraL Tn the housebolif cam 4IiMtaSwfft decision prp4eilyhung uthe receiver and went r 1t H4 f iMt Uwt our phone asked till 2 lyriNjMfeUers wife after a while Ivr a iH erig it for half an hour iS11 teVft uSslild the household itiIeYrUnJ tip comfortably 1her1aor wrong numberswanted some pm irEf Jilt leOFYAPJKEEa + it=regSl r tIpkj ofj4It M numerous as those touching Mrtbplac ot Homer- oe of the most Interesting and It whWIk1I ecateaded that the tune orIglnaU SI ttbtMri hi fKMWthihaliliwalm aaU that the air was I v t as military march by bands 4 415 j pto lle troops during the war twiid B3BptT itloB i n studying the ite HKth Schwahn the German liirJf W1D5d1y iBJMTiHgMtansi who served in Amen r 5wri recruited la this district they rlMYankee Doodle with thembWet while thi theory may be ear j conJI1I liAmericabag before the Hessian troops came Keetlon of it appears in a newspaper Haring date of September 17C8 and it is traditionally supposed to hatwi I keen brought to the attention ot thai spiotonlakr chuckburgh a surgeon in the regulatf BiiQsh armf recommended it to the celeilnaAaiwof martial nus1cTho SUn ayiaaazineC I BAYING FOR ANCIENT CRl 7 leocl Tax Still Exacted From Bcarij i ShtjiHerd for Murder of 700rJ Years Agoir r loSsotSn mph rds of the valley of Roncal It Nfayrarre were murdered by shepherd I BeanttaeI bfglireneeiwould have been difficult jtp lng the murderers individual rStl L j rinf to make war upon the vail le froBX which the French murderer aSbadcarne J enIhe French vmag proposed that peace be maintained at theTprlce of a yearly tar or tributfe 1s to endure for all time and this propo sltlpn was accepted1 The payment of this blood taz i tljirlgfa lly three white mares but later athrce cows of a pular breefl and cblor has been made ever since the cu omlt Is nothing more having surylved even the great wars In which Sboth France and Spain have engorged and the storjn of the French rcvolu tion v Yearly the representative men oi frontierSatjt certain stone remote from nnj Jgw Mid go through fihe ceremony of BMsajttiHg and receiving tho cattle jVTrJ grieic Sf procednrjo which Is elab braIt date 1375 f Uiougk the tax was paid a hundred years prior to that time The recrds tot each yearly meeting and payment 1areduly attete4 and deposited in the Vckives of Roncalaifl Artllgctal Campnor Jlitrt talsi Deration Jn JCew YorJr BfcU wi rtIcII camphor factory tbie jirediwt ot jrhlch k imtcnded tc j Ctte tei talk t with the nat ral rtiUase It te maintained tw taes Bl aIsrt except in the Elii iwcW i cfclgla from that extracted I otFounPst4rftlet tW tOp AwiT d front turpentine cksL1k tIe17 difference b Ueamjhorls Uif pKtiMtm V Meh el ulofthetottf fit s atom tit 0xjv jw which lithwkts ita M former By chemical toc tM ill aujSfUed TSlrtoariba of the jetitlr sup J artsrMkl rt JT 7w t 7Ei NS= 4 LEADETh t L A l ff 1ilirpOlXY SPRINGFIELD KENJCKY Fanner Wpn Out A farmer was shipped some hay a commission man in Kansas City This is the way the La marMo Democratic tells the ry fAt first the hay arrived m engoodbest prices But pretty sbon the man at the market began to receive the shipments badly dam thdage iguquotations Einally the farmer sentt oute thvor five dayslater he got the re tqr Consheatod when it arrived U his rep rsgeentativeairhIsurr to say aLter the freight and charges were deducted itherporevereoiilyi4 hamerv staditioh and ordered four more cars whi ofchpossible aftgr they arrived He then billed them to his corn mis thsionneverseeu him and boarded the nex Mtarrived intheyardstheshippeiat already been there several thou nrsthe office of the man it was con ned to and told him hed like to buy three or four carloads ofI hay Tue commssion man tool him back down to iilie yard and Iitysoon showed him the b he ThhadI1ibought it at a fancy figure gave check in another mans name j as he had arranged to doadd t afier turninghis newly bought hay over toa third party heJ ne home In due time hev got tter from hi representative couched in the same old vein I ret to say the corn munmi n rat that your hay Wasnt goo shape at111 when it gotJ here I did the very best Icould for ybuand fldally got L50a ton riet which I hereby remit It It was ainightjr tickled farmer o boarded the train thanight the bigbarg Next morning w Jke4toTi epffi biS ffriend who had been selling niisIn y fdr htoi He told him all about the little episode connected th the four carloads ofhay The man In front of him trembled e a leaf and began to beg hen the farmer left the city hteA carMed in his pocketFthat totaleatbethp market price r alt Qf the hay he had shipped from first to last along with a eral allowance for hjs trouble and expense Cowering and cursing yet feeling sif ne had escaped 1den death sat n man in a commission office with a re ctamounting to revenge al be altfor the sense andsnrewdnesi off pertain country jay Held Over The examming trial of Harryr Uunningham charged with kill g WilJiam Noel his stepfather with a shotgun on Sunday after ooon Tuoellwas held before Judge Hug ea Friday The Ctommoiiwealth introduced elevenyitnesses his moth rond 5wo sisters among them and againstj3iV the actualshot fired Uun aingbam was represented by At orney J F VatiArsdall m place f Cotpnel Gaither who was compelled to be absent ut COI in Nicholasyille The introduced no proof As stat last week Cunningham denies the crime and claims that he had not been near the the Noel place- rfo three months though Giv s Forsy the one of the witness es testified that hethet hfm in 150 yards of the Noel home on Ith e afternboti of the killing and at the accused carried a shot n New testimony not broughta t at the oroners inquest WAS at the gun owned by Cunning ham was afieriarda bred by roner Shackelford and the cu alarr were the same as those on e shells found on the porch at the Noel home tiintgtatedatthe Cdfshelsbut a search ofhs premises revealed two different f makes that correspond with- osefound on the pprch at the omeot the murdered man rs Cunningham and five child en one of them a baby in rns came in early Sunday org and spent the entire dhyy lit jail with the husband and fdtherHarrodeburtl Herald L r rIn Memoriam fInpompsonjonesonesince she crossed the billhniloer the moore and valley- cbjieavythoughtaS my heart do fill Since death has claimed my Eli a J seek the fine wForHow slowly the hours pass away Since Eliza died and left mc Never shan 1 forget the night The stars were bright above me A lndWhen first she vowed she loved me But now Im sad lonesome and weary Kind Heaven may you favor metArid bring me safely to the side Of the one who died and left me The bee shall honey taste no more The dove become a rang The dashing waves shall ceaste to roar Ere shes to me a stranger The vows weve registered above Shall ever cheer and bind mfe constancy tony only love The one who died andlleft me i My mind her form shall still retain In sleeping or hr waking U againinwhenever Ishall see the day When Ijfe shalYhave resigned me or evermore Ill gladly stay With the dear one who died and left me EAThompson Threw Pebbles in Auto Tuesday nfght about 8 o doeIc as hlrs Geo R Burksrand daughter Mrs JohnR littleI nd little daughter and Miss Lucy B Thomas Were returning rom an auti ride in Mrs Burks car some boys threw gravel in ne ladies faces There were three or four white boys standing beyond High street on Spalding avenue and one or more of them did the coward y trick The matter has beenre ported to the police bu so far the guilty parties have not been dis coyered There is no excuse that cal be offered for a deed like I this and if the guilty parties ar discovered they should be se verely punished Marion Fal coq OryIASTORIA = riIRE INSURANCE SI I II inbusinessi IdoingII I1Old and NO No tricks A Tried misrepresentations business resorted will to in be cancelledII to the assuredwhere iit can 11wj 1thatI JL Insurance 11 Agent I 1LL AffAM IIs The Most Available Ciii didate FOr Democratic Nominaiioh The fact that Hon jffilliaBi Ad- amsd is not and never has Men mixed up with any of the faction all brawls of state politics Is trm political view point of availfi bllity the strongest recomin dation a Democratic candiiaie lor Governor c ld ssessij t this tune says the Sebrife News I J 1jIt is follyto nominite tim n burdened witb the4it qualifi i onstiow piled upon heve f able shoulders of Senator Mc reary when as ai AvaiacJ4i nominee we could jut u fkiwlV s uuhaip4redbif ny o f Aside from the mat rof r sonal fitnessJar discharging ttie duties of the omcS 41lcli both Mr MoCreary andMf Add Bs possess to an f3P1tne td3jr tne matter of avail biUiiiawinning candidate is whaVVb0 Ly care1uljfroe Thminenti and his absolute d vorcetnnt all fractional alliances ind ersonal biCterness is inquestiobfl ably the safer man tto selec for bueadingl oagnee who whoever hq rnar 1eieill carry the full s rengt4of that party The Democratic paty txannot afford to ake any chi ncps fn ibis lection and by raasc n offlifid ling to mere BeDtjmepi oufcof rreyerence for poHtical patriarch nominatef a man una1Jet c rry the full strength of the pariy especiatlyJsi this true in viewgf easytq nominate a mttn who cit utrStatet In the nomination of Mr Ad dams np unnecessary 9R nes fdr defeat will be U ken si4hid would certainly be ut wise to do anything else in tie presenTsituation iOld Age HonoraW c In Utah Utah has an annual celebration of which but little s known to- tthe outside world Every year in the fall all the m m inl Utah who arepast 70 year of age are brought to Sa1tL ke and dtertalnedTheir expenses of ev lY kind are paid by public comm tteos which have the mutter in charge and flarel church to collect funds for the annual festival Though con ducteiby the church the ZeSt val is nonse tariar1 all tbeofd peopfe being treate alike re gardless of creedorjcolor The entertainmentjs lavis and when r it is over thd guests a re sent back to their bomesf feelngl that old age honorable at Irwtt in UUh This year it is expe ted that thei fromIded into three classe jand groun ed accordingly at all the various fetes And banquets Tbofirst class embraces thos a between 71 and 80 years of a e and they are marked by red padges This next class comprise all between 80 and 90 years adjtbejr badges are blue The mpat dUtn uish ed is the third wnpse privilege it is to wear a badge of kr6i whitei indicating thiit they hart passed the ninetieth nilestoiie in lifes pilgrimage These lafetare proud of their great age anlap pear to regard the other two classes as mere children Ex ftA dog sat out in tie midnight chill and bowled at Lbe beamingi moon his knowledkeSWas strictly nil and his voice at b4howledaihowled while dodging the bricks we tbrewj til the moon was low in the western sky and his voice was split in twp Aid fchice wasnt a thing at w icb to bowl oyer which a pup si oaW Was and the course of tII dog was wrong and foul for jbstyU wtirt wild to sleep Ther i ar pkaty of men like that ttaad JM bound who yell wh a thtrtsao ihiBg wrO KdJiirb1 c ib4a country with seusas aOeed the pesainists dol viil1ioDr = Fairplay Plume 1 VOTE fOR G4- t5w1rLrrar For Commiitioner of Agri culture Saturday July 1st witIValley HiLgafJO fhje rain iff gently falling TheMohgljept pent upBhowers It males the cprn tand up once more Itllfb the wilted fJotors VThegardefi ked so sadS Once thotflIt iip their heath They thought thydaure1ypIne away Bui Renowthi e fanner weaw a broadened smile A 8nC juppnhlsUps itame Eertune smiies in at the dOor- H h7sat hls filler tip il The frmers in thissectioaarfe sy Stttflftua resetting tobac after the oiucbnecded rain The wheat here is tine and we 1111startbistl1reber I 1111 r ItOtto1K11Ons i81Ui i81 TlnkIISaurdayJ Robert Tatbam spent tiandarI II witbGl1bertBarmop Mr Clyde Goatly iifeandJ brotberHunter attended the exI voCetrSttioayMr Edd Kelleyan wife pent puhuiCsdayrents iJf Mr Wilt Moran and wife were guests of their son MrtJas Mo r KanJoftowuThe Sunday School at this placewlll bold a picnic at Sharps Spri gsonnext Saturday week Everybody is invited to Oome and bring their fried chicken and ice 6 IWHiteI with Edgaand Joseph Goatleyr Miss Ruby Oneal is with her tint Mrs Armazlnda Donahue who is tin the sick list Mrs Palmerl Goalley spent tier former part of tbe week with sister Mrs Wash Tucker of near town f Htcbard Oneal visited Vivian and Bradley Tatum Saturday night and Sunday 0 Mr and Mrs Rufus Gppdlette were gqestof the formers bro tberMr Sam Qoodlette and wife btWilljiburg Sundaystt Prof Adams and wife of the Grundy Orphanage visited Mr Reed of Pleasant Grove Sunday Dee EdgerCbn and Robert Mo ranof Pheasant Grove attended Sunday School here Sunday t5Miseeser Jeunie of Uardestf visitedJ their terMrsv P Goatley JPrtday f Mr RnsselHardinaridl wifeof flardesty passed through here iroute toMIdlvaySunday where were guests of theirI aunt Mrs WIllYancey Mr E S Goatley and wife viIl sited near Maud ThurSday- Mrs Will Moranattended ben exercises at St Catherine Tues j day Mr J Ks Oneal and witererel I in town Saturday adSthe formers hIker BuMlayj LUtUMi Gladys Tucked spent the part w kritli her aiut MrsPahner Go ySoJt t lUcked By A MM Hor I aamel Birch of eetWiI Iikaa oit narrow eacapsfre- LL1f t 1 as W doctor cew Jrttl rightlorst that e1qi bIlilt leeckl4as 1lca alys s4 sssr it4at kU hItAitapUtt aoitith Try 1tJ S6c at Hajdoo In Robertson IJ L Death ladytS t Susie Crowe was born April 26 1894 and departed this life theaangbterfield F Crowe wbTo with her five slstthand two brotners and Ho olriratl velandfrlends mburnhoir death She professed faith iin Christ and jolqftd tb September ever1ncei aII j ijteacherij our Sunday School and woughtJwell In that capacity misi hot in all of our church rk as she was present at all bJldaredpur sorrow we console ourselves h the fact that ourJloss is her in and bid the family to nO kia thQse who have no weejit for They that trust fa he LordI ZiODwbtcbcBnhClt eFtOno wawh OtpublicanIt 1 Pursuantto a call of the He publican State Central Commit tee it is ordered that the iBepnb Means of Washington Ccnnty onpttheC9ut SprllJlieJdK1180 p m standard urns for tha Jpurpose of selecting delegatest to 4 Republican State Cpn Veritlbn ItO meet in the City of Louisville y on Tuesday ulyl1 1911 I ofDomlnatingIRepUblicap 1er n nt At to rney General Auditor Trea surer Trieasurer Secrttary 9tlt the State Superintendant oft Public Instructions Cbmrais siocer of Africnlture and Clerk Of the Court of Appeals to bej ted for at the November Blec nlQlI Pursu Bt tow call pf the Re blican District Committee fbr is the second district irf Kea tlucky iit is also Ordered that t the same rtime asd place the Se publicans of Washington County i will Select delegate to a District Conyenfckjn to beheld In Louisville Ky on Monday July IP 1911 for the purpose of ndmiI bating a Republican candidate for Rail Road Conimiaaioner Ito lbs voted for at the November electfon 911IW Pr GRIGSBY C0armao MARSHAL DU1Caf BecyH Saved His MotheriSPit 0 Four doctor had given me uIwdtu1trs Laura Gaines of Avoc aq fr toleudsWerewhen ray lonJinsisted that ruse Ele trie Bitters I did so and they ha yero done me a world of good I will at wayspr them Electric Bitter is a priceless blessing to women that aretroubled1 with fainting jand dizzy spells backache eweakne8SI lebility constipation kidney dlcor ders Use them land gain new health LIlteedt Li Only 60c at Haydon Robertson Wil1iburg Dr W W Hyatt is spending hI week with friends In Lou is i villeJ We are glad to see Mr Leslie iKeeling but after being sickdlong Mrs Nicholas and son are visi ing her mother near Waddy Miss Cpra Trent and Mrs Bad u faa Foster spent Saturday S tMJsst YitJ1MiM1MYsl14rafld Jennie tD9d let spent Monday with their 111j tterMrs Shiny Mr Lula Hyatt and daughter yii il4her sifitartjear Bioomfiefd UIwaok The L O Ti IL will siven a crtaia pperlieasfbool- bo 84r yard Saiarday aighii 1iI ke 24th veryo y Ii1avIn bo MM f 5Lt If yoawaatates lifiit Ue lit JS uLttaojt AAI pl Mt a JrWt1jJ I j i ltJ i sLrnoRYoPj1 r1 ltZ1OAjEAk icr i r LcqWILLIAM i f IOR D QVERNO4Demoeiktic1 i II IJiily t h ti Nw Rclbf r Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Comrapdwealtla of Kentucky fiilThat5ltshalifor any one to obstruct th water tablesofu turnpike or anyPub lie roth by putting a crossing her private or public over the ter tabtaof a public mail with opt providing a culvertor pipe t sufficient dimension to carry tbatlJ81draincurblit so as not 10 impede t e1 ffull flew of water It sbjiil a teleIpbonepj ihan two and onehalf feet of ttteea ou feredX8oC the diichj sothi a plow or machinery may be used in making widening or deepen ing then Any fencing stone falling into a treeorlrl or rolling down from above lqtoii itj shallbe remove J nithiii fiy 8idiysby owner of land of which tbe obstrpction was a part any person not an owner trim ming trees or Cutting weeds or briars or any person placicg any other obstruction in table si shaHdone by turning water into thei roadbed and also to a One ftwol dollars for each day the obstrjict j ioii has llaid in the ditch longer than five days 2 Itj shall be the duty of dieI road overseer or county surveyor of roads to report every misde MeBor under this aOL with allI the evidence be may collect to Dw magistrate iA whose d1JtrlctJ JaYtontheVdu the first grand jury for misfft since inoffice and on convjctioc ex itpelledthis act becoming a law the fis cal0court shall order itt9bepatr lished once each year for ears 0 y m some newspaper oi general citculatldn In this c untlyoS syJJ Any water table that m r ash out deepert ban necessary carry tie volume ofjrattr rained aad undermining tfet ad bed or adjacent property by the permission of overse r rOad sQpeJv o the ditOb st a t be filled or dammed to jts Proper stz 4n making or repairing any apart of a public road onesixth tor more of all money so peni shall be used for the drainage pL sllidhroadby making water tables and placing culverta or drain pipes of suitable number aPtI size S This act shall not apply to ttelephone companies that have obtained the consent of the flsqal court of the countvjjheiemt iilk dl 5 are located as to the loca on of same Approved Maich 24 191Q Midnight in the Ozarks oflaye was In the mountains oath advice of five doctors who tala he bad cp th l sumption but found no help tla tksc el1matendstarted bome1 irIet of Dr Kings New Discover kc ie yUfet man ut of ma so that t aa 1 nowXy6odgworiagalnM For alfflua dkl as sc ugIoldsiagrIppSthim- iwhbpLcouA t r i kay firet biU tItkebestrzhsges koeeete jii ttr i e 1cTfi atlet 4reeitoa C Cir 11fI ifT a Jill J h- WI oldIi1t I bJ UsydodUDbssop f r i11J Sp 14ringtte1alows i kI Section 1 Tfiatit a 11b M fiIlfoltiprjla1 l o tik4vdog thatbItbNbiex poSes toa ai ogtwlt4e ttW- tYof3pr1iigI1eldKySCi Sec 2 Asy per iit harbrinK Ol per4i f I main on tdi or 1irrjrwttb1theCity or 8pi4u1dLI e1 any dog tbrl4bSSi CsfeYt ubYor e p Wioa d doer shall be I + 4AiniaOO nor more UHUI HO lor ch offencaaM 1IMI- t ek dog hi kept bIle isEhtsw parateokese 1 tH c8 It shair in i kwfl 4 foranyjoerson owuihaj4bor harboria OrrMtigdog to reinahtoi Mf prwiipts + ta permit ft dbg t rnwra4 l large within tIi irf Ite rGit ofspagkxyjia tA such dog bemgs Mirrij iMbMl an dsnyperaoeowaiagkasj5 4harboring or PeMiMVaa7e ir reniaiuputheirpaiassto who all permit aa cg io raI se la rge within the Ckt rfield Ky witho t IrtTMif fr securely jnuzzl d aoM W rial I r r T jr said dpg absolutelyi ala frtpa I doihig any hara MjfwrM pr animal sbalj be W M4 kw itba a IS 00 HOT jaere tm fiofoo lot eacbPfeaa aa4 MMb 4sy da Y Sca dog r M Lrs I Wit 911tbei siass1 ilLt SOD tituteart t Sec oa4 I aWVWik ly fftihfJ MirtJMOiWtk CI 1I t f aly kilibr ca sit4tiM ViM knr dogfoQmd iis iL51- th0Ltt beia lteltwithin tbsClty of Ky m8ectioa5 assdIe tWa rbe csaru4 prtiiisotof Ustpt fl BIQ1 coeteou4 s Joi Stet g TJa Iurift + ubeanLilaforsfreaitwr i ltF B NnaCI J l lrr for jj- C1I7 l IKJt U J J6 j zAIM j giIiCiIIf wriftcn tti I Haydo WUJtt ge5 WY O MEn 1roaotNlEs It or- Carc xiatarrfc is sr c ure ci1a cok larOat e asey bsi Iasesensttarjk hereis isiII4KYQCXLI Hqi hetiecaIyptMAstiiI I aar14 aSA Wilt A eopIete NYtft I sttWK aWd sa Md trHSM 4uut pkM Inkakr oMta OLE I atarrka7t Mg =I t pourafeLdron iiiCite 51 breathe Tiats ily hStMraWc ye14 ad tk u1Ia1ir as ii 1at4t y trr de d- a AIIM s I aw Ibe sts caii4x 7ISa0W ir17 t s eatP be of JS4 r1lglsts verip7 AiaSora lied to aID v jSiti nf andlfii4anoti i OOfxHtloot it cnaaiib lUxsdM paO or jour water uppijPwill beturnedO- Sprlngtiell Vater Ligit Cd I r- hv r 7 r r Wa j7w JW 7W tia TIf s11h R tt IsItIs jj Y1ftUnY tf1f Ijt JIIILI Me JNt9- P 11 rIi Ii tt IdIS n4 Pbihr f j Jt TBLTBAY 3INE 1911 I W an a orbed to anaouoce ii JOHN A POLIN M a Mwiifati for Representative in itif jiMtaRwr fcMM of the Kentucky Leg i t fwwfkWMhlBfton co ntYI tMaetfon of the Democratic t 4r t t i 1 Jm tttkiur ioBinet or aDi f Important oftoc it i ewentjal L lrt to lEe a man who is comE i yttMiiMKl exta man who caDI H gtIieIfwInkdAswe i fi IKY MM before Iin tMeaec latAns 11i Itufcoov the party not to BtMNiMtt a cmmlkiata about if t lIDomltlHY be asked can he 7 CWM jbekn out we want a wi3e J 3jj aw lM ftctiTtt nan who has notr l vWiterWolitlcal defetWf i wit ifan who could iiphold i I UM flijrmtty 01 the officeof gov t ernorifhta aeledtU panpminee t for tibd cJRot HOD WfmAd y dawi would make such a canditi + V dftte Hii not a polltician worn 011i JB service noridowe f b11ysbwould ever make one a he hp in him rndreof tHe a tetMMMB than politician As fqrMn McCreary we have no c k personal objection nor do we 1 jtfd a atafc ton hid political rec 1oid but bate like Beckham he I haa been fnnmng too long It ill anffeet to the most casual J oHtlertat tbere Is widespread opposition to Mr McCreary just I tas there was to Mr Beckham when be made his last race the t fptPI were getting tired dl him a dot lths andlng he won oulf f bw winning has placed a Beoub J1 Ifcao administration iin power in t Kea uckr and a Republican I Senator Iin the U S Senate i It i an American character t ii H b istle n9t to want any one man Vtoo lO3g1 and what the American f xlont want he wont have To I the party we would laycrstop iJoot li ten In the pomfDaI f ttipno llcCreary are iwe not abomi Nto duplicate the disaster1 i tlat Befell IDs when Beckham tl was laav pur leader The oppo VsItioith McCreary is seditions c in its nature not so however with AddamsY and we do not be 1cCrearyJsupporter who could or would udt support Mr Adcjame if i r nominated He is a dignified 5geflfleun ffho would Jmake the State a most excellenlrSovernbr True he j5Vspeker bu II that is BO disqualification as we vb lieve many of our candidates t wqnlddo better for themselses their party and the people it f they talked less and did more ftiere is one candidate seeking 4 nomination nxt Saturday vboIIwebelleve ought to receive ItCBorlJDemocrorl and is perfectly familiar with eve erydotaU ofthe business oftbii office This is a qualification that should reccommend him to all 1 Mr Greene is not only emi nently fitted forthe position but 1type1 1meat1 Voters will not overlook Mr Greene 4 Senator Paynter has with drawn from the racejfor Senator leaves an openfiefa tj r Ollie James however Mr James desires his friends to vote for him as Mr P ynters name is already printed on the ballOtf Being the candidate he desires o baye the indorsement of as many Democrats as possible lliUey l t Miss Mayme DOflfle1IyfS1- Geore Edelenand J6h u pondel1 ly wire the gbeslsofl4issLat vinia OConnor Sunday iMiss Leon tine Leachmanwho has been visiting Miss Nannie Thompson has returned home VtMissday with Miss Sara Reedtt Misses Emma anti Julia POhDtt spent jthe first of the week with Mr and Mrs J R McAiliater e Mr and Mrs Jim Woe and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs S U Vanarsdale SunC day Vtt Misses Grace Snehan and Sara Reed visited Mrs John Kelley WednesdayV Mr and Mrs Joe Pojin and Miss StellaEdelen spehtSuhdayll with Mr and MrsJ 0 Pplin and family Miss Gladys Walker was the guest of MissiGraceSheKan1Sun- da JWeuresprry to report that Mr SJ Vanarsdale no betterv tlga1d ttl IMrs Earl Brackney and little son were called homely the ness of Mr S 0 Tanarsdaie mJ Mr and Mrs Robt Thompson entertained the youngfolksjone night lastweekV Miss Francis Thompson is visit irig relatives and friends hereV l 1r i r IcI You soundd theV 11 JJj w I I t soynote and vr play 4thius1o I W KMarks diIJ nsSuccessor to Marks SciGreen I 1 I Rotigh ai d dressed lujmber door laths and1VEveryi1ngint th I1 IbU1Ug 1lineE- c7RJcALandMACl1NI l nO KDONJ v f Rockbridge Jt Hello t to every reader here I come again arter two months absence I promise to be more Miss Gertrude Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Eya Bhewmaker Mrs Alice Jenkins of Kirkland visited in this community the first of the Week Miss Bessje Gordon of Utica Kansas is visiting relatives in this community Mrs Wes Goff of Lexington is the guest of her father Mr- Thomas Royalty Miss Audio1 Jenkins has re turned home after a weeks visit tofrienda ani relatives at Ash brook and Sinia Ky Several from this place attend d OonnttConrtMonday Little EgtelleV Carey visited his grandmother Mrs Scruggs f this place Mrs Lanis Cculter and daugh tar Mattie of Ash Creek was the guest of her sister Mrs H F Thompson lastiweek Quitqa few of the friends sur prised Mrs J B Jenkins on last Friday ber 44 birthday Those present were Mrs J M Shields and sons Truman and Raymond Mrs 0 C Foster and son Henry Miss Napnie Keel ing Mr nMMrsHF Thom p Gerltrl1l chllI dren Elsie and Nellie and Misses Ray Jenkins Edith Sims and Ii Tnelma Foster She received several presents All enjoyed a bountiful dinner retured home very nappy wishing her maui more happy birthdays On last Friday afternoon bchool closed at Rc bridge with Miss Viola Vice teacher She 144I41 i444 1 rhad taught to iDontlsapdhad dpnia4ier dntvJit ajward me child ren They alt loved er afid did their best to earn 1i1sSVJCe is a young te cher of Moorrs vile Ind3sheri knovyn by lots of people and everyorie wishes her success vhere Teypr she goes ButerFl lMidnight iih the Ozarks and jet sleepless Hiram cranton of Clay City coujjbed aid coughed He was in the mo tttains ontheadvice ofTflve Doctors said ie had con sumption but fo ind no help in the climate and star homer Hearing of Dr Kings Neiv Discovery he be gan to use ftV believe t saved mf life he writes for it hiadeI a lICY man out of ma so that I an now do good work again For dlllungl dis eases coughs co1fiIagripe1asthna croup whoopinfi cough hay Jvcr hemorrhages b arseness or quln r its the best kno n remedy Price 50c and 81 00 1rial bottle free Guaranteed by Ilaydoh Rob rthonV Prathers CreekV Mrs MartbiSbevymaker Mrs Martha Ray be if rri und children of near Mackyiili were the guests of Mrs Net Miyes Sun day L Mr Will Bo rkcr and farailv of ufhisIt i IIYMr J C U rpenter and ann e ohmIRussellIiMr Jim Mr yes spent lasty week t with frrends Und relatives off H rrodsbul g nd PerrVvi le find relumed houid Saturday Misses Effi and Bitha Chris terson spentllast week vitb Mar gie Christers4nV Rev R L Purdotn dined with Mr 0 BvSJ lewtnaker SundRY t i4i ts Jt J IHE BIG STORES i i i 4 I i SenliAnnuai Clearance SaleI I X i f 4thii SSftOOO STOCK of Higfe3asat Merchandise will be offered at greatly reduced prices f SI t 0 sm FOR 30 DAYS X f I i This 1large stock consistsi of the newest and best thingssiin Dry Goods Dress GoodI Silks Trimmings White Goods Laces Embroideries and Domestics f Mens and Boys Clothing Ladies Suits and Skirts and Shirt Waistj Carpets Rugs i Mattings and Wall Paper Mens Women and Childrens Sioes The i entire stockwill be offered at BARGAIN PRICES 1 I J c s We will name here a few prices togiye you an idea of the Bargains weWilFoffen i tJ 1CFCa1Ic4s aot over 10 yds to a customer 4c 15c White India Linen lOc rf 3 lwsw4c 15c and 12c Dress Qinghams IIQc r f il tl is Yawlwdt bleached Cotton goodas Hope 1 Is2c lOc Dress Gingjiams 712c h- iiI AprMi Gmfbams 4c One lot of Mens SiiiU at 12 price W +t ii 94 priceLamP UnWeached She 20c lot of r I soldtoin 7 50 to f 1 Lot1OOCotetsgofor5Oc l5Suitgofor398suit f fMi I12cWiiit India Linen 9c s All Shoes al reduced prices during this sale iIf We cannot give prices on eqrything in this space but tf you will visitk our storeyou will be well paid for your visit i 1 i it No Goods Charged at Reduced Prices J 7 4 j btHEDOBkDTs lknLd DROO KE1p1ti ji i I S INCORPORATED 1 5tV 1i t V 1 VVV = = IM tVtf1G Vl of tI pic iii tjate 1tlff th iii- rr v jII PuthSviiitr are ro jlltig overthg nice hiv hotter posptsorl1tnq1ndI crp tilibV f VSerja1SSfrOmVthjSplhCO at tended CihMonclutV Il1e faimorsof this vicinity are gla1tos they are done harve tingand cutting grass anil are very busy plowing qornI gardens arVlboking much better at the present iI supppse Bill was blown QfII the gatepost by all of this hard wind and has gfyt bis new frock muddy and could not make his cppearance lastt week butVj thinly he will show up this week asthere uf been Rnoughrain toI wash the imud off So come ont s1Mrwere the guestsf Mr William Whitehouse Monday night Mr Marshall Mayes spent the first of theVeek witji his brother Mr Bob M ayes of Perry ville J There wilLbe something like twothirds of a tobacco crop in this section and ail pf it has been set durin the last ten days Of course the crop is some what late but bv having a late fall it will mature all tight and there will be a good crop grown ItV seemsthat the Rockbridge ioi respondent his gone on an extended viaif as we havent heard from them for sometime SHE WAS NO SHIRK And iHad No Patience With Mod M5errtCooking Methods Different persona have varying idea is to what constitutes a good bouse kcHper TU Ideas heM by Mrs Dana ujjodyenr were tier own nnd firmly flxod Ive got nothing to say against those that follow after those modern aattons of cooking like the ministers wife she remarked one day hut can tate Is thathcr ways arent always and never would be Sbpa been to n city cooking school hear said Mrs Goodycars visitor and does her work nil tho newfangled ff35fl presume so and Mrs Good years chintook on Its Urmsst exprear slon She was telling pfe yesterday how she could do a mornings bdkltig bread cake piesand get the regular dinner too pad only have three lIo ill and three or four spoons to wash when shes done aside from the dinner dlsfc es She told me twas by cooking school system 81m did lt plannlng anti rinsing out ntslre worked nnd so She seemedreal proud of It but It struck me aff a pretty shick way of doing kiWhen work There Isnt a lasj lJlte tn iuv body t lo say It qn ivliun Ive done n Saw Jjayy baking Im safe to say that theres iuuvilf taf bowl left on my pantry shelves and Ive got n good hours work before me right In my kitchen sink where anybody that comes In cqu se lt Youths Companion KING OF THE METALS Tho Importance of Iron to the Eleft trical Industry The very root of tbe electrical Indns try Is Iron WUljout Iron it is doubt t ful It the larger generators anil the mighty motors could be bnllt for the powerful magnets upon which these Inventions depend for heir power are all made of poft Iro i either iIn tho form of thin plateS or long vflres erwl i with Insulation Ntarly everyone is familiar with the common horsealfpo maguct wlilch In but n piece of steel bent in the slmpo of a hoiseshde dud charged with magnetism When a steel liar or this Rjiape Is iTibbeflngnlnfJt another mag It ili charged pad will remain so for a foug fine The magnets used In electricall machinery nIYot tjie uiduc tloji type that iis the magnetism van- Isbos just as aoon as the current is taken away from them If you wvnd a long Insulated wire tig itly around n soft Iron core and send through ibis wire a weak current of electricity the core will be Instantly 06Sesscdofl strong magnetic qualities ThhT tact dil made of a soft Jron core wound 4vl yards anti yards of InsnlaUd WIN When the current Is sent through ttyi wire the soft Iron coreIa turned Into u fKiwerful niBguet and this iusignctlt lower Is used ta drtve motors or to lnurnt more eleetrIeftyFTictrIcflttii- LIutJJi SVere hants In Captivity The truing tlHKhcdfainn hi tnnt W 1urltitiut tho tons llue 6ffettv ttf j1 spif Jhtid5SIactVrVVi- vIi V41et Hlwajril slrf p fltii9f lug Viy J tJint ir jthPVteiur askfti- Tltfy 3teffevntbKlw fn JUB f rie Yes ftiiW tlw trnlnpr dont wUn It IP nut youll never seer aptlvc e1s1i4flt gllC lylus divn Some pf Hkt say a apjive olephMRT never rwilly Ieptsteis jrnundr i moan itt njI He never liss oompDete oi it1tMCi you know flu xrlovcs HP ohgs tO lie fret WliyH as a tnltti of fact tIIJI light staiiuMitff skepIfb only InVts alwut rtirtv hours tt Qrtlt loj Air tIlorQflt of tkevultl t llj rwkij ntqiAtJcnqnlror t Two contrasting zej i o mltnre ata Ifhe Island of 1lre ind theIMlet of t cJllcdti Ing mud In the island of Java Thn- stoain and gasos which arise froth the sticky mud form themselves into hub bios attalblug a dJajJiotor of five of six feeL and sidling High jtp In the air Jlko brUletend craslL L hWggeat snow lake Is seqn from the summit of Ellspar In the Kn rakornn range It Is tnorp ftinn itO square miles In arfrn In Switzerland ithosenot led ililEht botterboeniled- th i M lot snow as tlfe surfacg Is faro ken up by solar heat which makes n minute fissuring In the e giving It len eDtnnf UflW 2 ThiH K1te CbVitV tIIIlceaenIeMclibInet ptNoimplements 4rHttgolden 1325deliveredto Just as BARGAINS sJl FUR DICA1lPEJTSNITUa rrRUGSJEtcrand th t entireutputtbusiness the South YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us no matter where livg wegveyou just the same terms of pakor credit that we give hi our thousands of regular customers right here at home To hOWY9U how f We howihiich ii peiWE PAY THE FREIGHTIIto J Jthusyour home stations putting on exactly the same fcotrngwith customers 9 t5who come right i mt stores WRITE US TODAY and tell Ufjujt what Lgl would like to buyin Furniture Baby Carriages oGocarts ReFrigerAtor Stc ea 6rt pets Rugs Linoleums or Mattings arid Ve will r plyyreturn mail giving you fullSparticulars f wonderfully low prices can make and the easy terms w Vill glad to give you W d ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article WeICILVaV tithing that not exactly as representedwill be taken back the MtMter 1 out and fill tin the COUPON this dndmail IT TO UTOPAYV 1e b L3Ia liw I I i = IIT E LARGEST IIOUSEFIJRNISHERS lit KENTUCKY JrI Jty Y t t t I IJ J PAINTED HIS PORTRA1T Wife Was the Artist and the Re suit Wasrit FJattering A nbiirlKitilte but latel married went utto post n letter aud us the lamps hid not betn Jit in the road In vlilih he dwelt lu could yiily sec his vjiy A flun1 distauce up the road In mot n lie llionght bis wife who lint been out to tea pod as be wttit iai5t be Just whispered AHrlgbf my dear I shall be with you In nrninuteI- mmediately after tie had said these be saw the lady t Startled look upon anti then burry away and the horrible Idea occurred to him that It yiix not his wlfp at all and that in the dukness lie had made a mis take Lie decided to say nothing about the matter nnd quckly disappeared When he returned home he found his wife twaltlug for iilrn and she at once greeted him with the words Ob George hate bad such frightful expcrfenre was just corn Ing duuntlie road u lieu a man tried Jt stop inn and saId All right deer shall be with you In a minute iron hum fouud you out and I re been so muchnlarmed George was Just about to explain when an idea came to him sort of man was It he asked Ob repHediit yoiitg wIre VIsavr hint qllW plainly tnd n more vlllalftr ous tll1 iir lbeheld In my life Ue was a pcmn t uiunstvr with crimp stamped urluir every feature George decided It was best tto say nothing nfitfr nilLundon TitBits FIGHT SHY OF A RAT Let tha Rodent Eiejpe Rather Than the Risk ora Bite Cpvtr nrtiiik n nit In n closed oiiiu says an il warehouseman who tigs had n wydIIr exirltiice In deal I1 tx vII1troOpeli door or lUur It a to get y liveti If to1uiIi iU Vtotrre very dangerous A Mtetic sit I rs oCurllonaod rtltlj Mini lwis his dirty whiskers ln snmPlc1lIelclJratf Tlwy carry out the itrloIQklie lht vK Tor the fittest AliU tli xrefMit merely juurngetles or iiszxist4liitt the females abso lutwlshlios tHe rat tribe The lIgbt1 ohzVtt lfnl eaktiess biibyr hKi11ie sffrual for death at the tenth pfhtt itotlier Aboatflvis rats survlSro fromutt nest of leu or fifteen ttotsnvethe1lttJo by tthb ferocUy oj the mother IrolJ never jvrnt tptt that wusut n pr foot specimen Uihe mothedId not hnvo IhlH tn lriithe ttrth vould be pverniii wfyi rats tthbct llye and ravel In colonies The iiQtulvf tjegrnutk Is always nn old fonwle rnt wlln IsJart t to cleanny t ettomtntof mw fhy for the hcijf tnuhntf Ut sieb uzilli her the o tiQty drl York Times A tS tooth Pow r oter UaOb2OEIt1i llOWl1t vith cas- tOrl lit tt It cejrtaluly whitens th tepth ff d time hut it makes nniuel so brltjeithdfth teeth tbeI apt tcj1Pcy very quicklyl The tooth lPr ro use Is sImple preclpl t8 rmljtrlt soiid be kept tnl vftl inmiTwfd glass stoppered bottlt snd cnii be perfumed by addIng ufdivV droi s rnnlle tologneor tiny favorlt fNumCl a 1 CJ 1 rV r = EH1 Cash Buys Solid Oak IUand for THEIR work The vom a wW wwk harder should have the same e This fine kitchen cabinett is made of split oak ak U color Top has glass doors shelveVfordishes etc sad tIdrawers Large biscuit slides fn under base Tkt3Vdrawees on one Side and flour bin holding 50 Ibs of Roar o ether side Large castors that make the cabInet casj tiM and balance on easy terms suit ycur convenience or all CMh you This is just one of many = IN C l iri you and fair mid you into you of the we be is and rtJMlili Cut in rnj s His dimly ts words turn hInt a What Run a viurtmv chiince yoa pn livlfj iHXkaKXfcv mwh strong pay like our We 1 N 1 quality ot Lamp Oil jom el1 tor or against your comfort aM There perfect oil m4 Sir give thoofi t It1siI I relined from tenn ylvanli nid Oil fMf I l ReSneiy at W IRIghgr5dQ Motor GUHe r GOWN 11 Attractive Needlework on II theHSeasons Frocks and Blousesi iI arnneIDanD ccr very available leatunj of i the s nV mers wnYdrobe Blouses and dresspa are covered with embroideries seine of themln white dud sotno jn roTOr Fagotlngls comlnp Jn ngnln and so IS ciksssHtch nl1urml1drIi1h such ni focljct lr1sbVS are considered much nmnrter than anything done by lea chine Gowns and blooseH theHDwlVO are estecinelas of more value If fash ioned by hnpd Naturallyt all ttl U quires an aBipT puree vinps the jvn cr of tAe Rrrtjcnlar costum has been t unusually wide Jleld fbcijtbecser tse j cOtjrit K7 leuscltti If IptCo5pot1IeT 11 ii and would like to hire yrtle utanasto r i Name IIkii a ne pssgs IT1ie SOL11E OIL dw IoddrkascskIwcIh1IhI aSEMBROIDERED d1creodthat PP911lit j 1Ijwlt41Ij JEADEK PreightOceV i POultry I4s401 J 11IA ffood dust bath Ietlle ssa- for lice Keep the appetite lusty b 4 MaHhii but dont starr tbe5irdaSII The hdLlthy lieu TJ uwtUy KtKhi and likewise the active bcti U1MM healthy In return for tile mosey lBTllllllllf I poultry brings nsgodd profits iaa tblugupou iheifafffl J No one can ralsf fpwlB and tca economically as rtwi farmr Bv ry thIng the raisew RoultryinUn must bay jfcj rmer Scalylegs maybe precested or iW4 tby using lard and suiphur Tb cc8t iiat the leg will also be Improved bf rhe Use of tbisv iIrtJltdt l 1Jace aS box of dry wbeat tmt I they cannot eat toO much If they uoteat It reayUy at Hrst mix a JrIiII coarse coronleull or millet tcUktfc a sorrofybalu It wont be Toif Mfi e phe liran box will attract t1fMtant tboTmcall or miilet i 4ii 5od ISeed selection is one of tbeBKwt details connected wltkVm iful agriculture and fog mbcfcf iratinot be exercised ssiys tfaraifc itaueh The nantyi loss fnk plot ing ioor or trorthfess sjed k kisifussSJndcaunot liefornpnteti In ddltani nta rfesldcii the loss tfj iSThere ia 4IwasVtbtt danger oC ioiiSweeds being Introduced wUh theel seed Only the purest seed ivodlfc Ii1iwting nnd IJ x tnb dbtJilMtf Mvtf troni Tpliablc serti housesi I1 The farm ioErtry farmer should have a w for and luthq fnll he should lit trees to tat the phues of tbeOtMll i cUt dveo durugllce jrKodlng yii iifi pt roiiUd oitfy tnbv the Ito jfitllt u Uaitretfur e1iry 0U I 1tt diuu itristr IU21UIiI1 w a nlvtj1 PreQrrsslo Ji At faur tim bo ouldthtftk IIToAtIiJX lie bam a larger t a j flo wants to be tthe teotdrmwi At teJaa bosias grown mt tA barn boss xvouM te jufhc taIslieAt twenty pb ambJtQQ ailSVTo own iha carth on he4iIl Hail Cawafret Dic4 tIS that JuBtlce with thepi Aj scaiealrCqra1nlrr 0 IIl bt Jf i I a iie s 1ft inspector of wiiIit1iUrcw b 4IJut hkt O Kl oH r tMw Cad1re DQ yei i tvta a tNo rta1ily 1tIItl I ISISt1i J aught a dollar holleu ba e ioc md rec J Jt I r v s w HI l DR G TiJtr J j fllK IPEN DSMT1ST l IEETHIXTRACrEO rJl 2 JTHOYTI PAIN j i 7 t ffl ag W9Ck up stII jj 8INGF1EtiD KY 1 7 Dental FiritcUss Work Strictly fr DR t C MUDD l i Pky1ici aidrrgeoJt jf 11 Otthpur+ 1 t 2 pmti V Offices dveriHaydpn a Drugstor 7 rt1 t UJtL Lamptont MiD- I 1 i imcciiOerNsce r j of o onicePhont No Residence No 38 A J t t l J t WFi GR1GSBY i fli ATTORNEYAT LAW Jf1 Tt OfllcroTtr Peoples Hank ILhIJ aPftliiOFIELD KY Iii J1i V 1311MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drue Store Office hours jayatt1080 Li =jcD1qtol2 mf 4 topLn- M j l JOHN Y1 MAYS cUE8kL UyiHECTlI Jff IAKh lICENSEOEMDAlME8- L TELEPHON- EDr19NIGHT74 ii SPRINGFIELD t KY at t 13 Miv Wp TRUSTY PRACTICAL rt DENTISTOff ice ov f Haydon Barber Pental Avork at reasonable prices f 2Tk guarand l isPIthccLFIELD KY I Fti dJ ii iIRiIrodSchedu1eI v Following is the time schedule now oeOec on the B rdstoWIJ and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaved Louisville ait 4130 pm Bardstown Junction J 2fpin Bardstown OCB p m t c arwes at Springfield 655 p m 4No 42 Leaves Springfield itt 6OQ a m B rdstown 345 a m B rdstown Junction 780 a ml ariyjes at Lonlsvilie 820 a in Nq aLeaves Louisville as 72a tn Bardstown Junctior 0 855 am Bardslown 1005 a m rrives at Splnngdeld 1140 p m 3 No 44 Leaves Springfield at- apOlj4I P m Bardstown 220 p m 13 rdstown Junction 410 p m- MriVeSat Louisville 545 p n FrUlt i aM Shade Trees 1f tt Strawberry = Plants v I Asparagus Blackberries Rasp 1berries Roses RL bar1 etc Write foYfree catalogue We- ave1 no aganls VH JF Hillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky 1B1gMach4 Vjjl miko the season at my replace a niiles from Fredericlts tovnyutp 48fo Insure a Living Colt V Big Mack is by the l tcJ A 1Symnsona Btactf Hpanlsh Jack nd out qt jeutiel re d by Rape jack lie by jGov w cod 1 J Lienl re ainid on all cols ti U paymlJt oervidefe Jrff J W WILLETT el r t iAn E Hobbs ih j L EXPERT 7 cientilic Manual fher peuI LtIoIci tirt dwelling house northt4 ItjtifaJ IM Wc4 es4ays MM Frtitys 1 oft1I 4 Mrgesreasonale Best i rc4IJlc aJl l rvrite Ic r ttriJtr b PIIoIte ZOJIf 1ftt eWtfdSi IDaQ BlaMerTiiltJ FOR thU 4acai Happenings of Interest TOWN the Freshest and Lates1 iti11 0pI i i nAAhvFOR RENT Good cow pasture S P Derr1D errr FOR SALE Good Jersey cow or Shorthorn cow B F DoneHyij We are selling hats below cost Calland get a bargain Wathen Shader FOR SALE Poland China Boars G L Whorton FOR RENl Two nice rooms pVerShadec Mullicans grocery vy f L A Earns Nice new line automobile veils tour store Wathen Shaddr FOR SuE2 yearling South- down Bucks Q L5 Grundy Parties using stationary sprink Jets must cut thenvqnt at once Springfield W ter Light Co The ladies Of the Christian church will give a dinner county crt day in September 11 FOR SALEpOne milch cow Call on H M Grundy at G randy Mclntires FOR SALEP 1ebred 0 S C Male Pigs Wm Summers Mackville Ky r r 1 STRAYED From my place last week a young Jersey cow B D Lake A musical c certwill be giv en by the Ma kviUe Literary Society tomorrow night at the School Building Adinission 5 cents If you want nice light bisculi Use While Rose Flour If you want nice light white cake x Use Ben Johnson flour Mfg tyT WJlli rgRo1erMills Marriage license was issued this week by County Clerk W P Booker to Mr Joseph 1p RIPY and Miss Zora Montgomejry The mad dbg scare has had the effect to practically clear the town of dos asthey have been slaughtered by the dozen for several lays past Elsewhere tbiss issun we publish an ordnance of the city council setting out whit isvfequired of persons keeping or harboring a dog with in the city limits Little difficulty has been met mjtb in the enforcement of the ordinance as it seems most peo pie prefer to liaye their dogs killed Thisxiews wll ibe favorably received by persons accustomed to drive stock through the streets as they will not be annoyed by thelbarking of a crowd of worth less curs sIceThe ladies of tha Macchabees o will serve an ice cream supper at WilUsburg Saturday night July lst Everybody invited Magistrate Elections tlfiThoathe Mackville and Hendren Dis tricts an election will have toC be held this Fall to fill the va cancy Esquire W H Lay was appointed by the Governor to fill the vacancy until a magistrate could IHelected but he has since resigned and Mr Ely in Birch has ben appointed until one is elected It will also be necessary to- elect constables ntha Moores tfille and Brush Grove district n tfae Mackyilie and Hendren district in the Springfield No 8 and Pottsvi IB district m the Kelly Shop and Springfield No 10 district and iiA the Fredericks town and Springfield No 9dis trict WhngtonCounty Fair Preparations are beingmade for the next Fair which will be held August 2324y 25 and 26 Mr W D Clay brooke the Secre tary is making special fiforUto make the comirg exhibition sur pass all previous fairs It has been said for several years past by perspns who visit our fair that it excels the fairs of scr rounding counties both iin stoik shown and public interesttliatis ttaken In it ratest one fare plus 25 cents for Louis ville BovllngGreen Glasgow and intermediate stations tickets good to return August 28th Mr jClaybrooke will make a special effort to hive the besfstock tha can be had on exhibition at our IFairaodwiJlsecurelI numberof ground Declares Nominee Pnrsuanttoi call ftbe Chairman the Democratic Committee jof Washington county met Monday at the Court House and declared Mr John A Polmr repIresenti lat re he being the on y an nounced candidate The committee also appointed elec tion officers to serve at the Democratic primary next Saturday The Committee then adjourned until 10 oclock a m Monday when they catwassthereturdsof- the primary Committee CalL Whereat it will be necessary to select a Democratic Candidate Magistrate in the Mackville and Hendren strictand candidates for C instable in the Moorseville and Brush Grove district the Mackville and Hendren district the Springfield No 8 and Potty yill dirtrict the Kellys Shop and No 10 district and the Frederickstown and No 9 dis trictThe Democratic Commit tee are called at their meeting next Monday to determine the time and manner of selecting the aforesaid candidates Joseph Polin Chairman F B Noe Secretary wN tjceL All creditors or persons having claims against the estate of John Sutton deceased are notified and r quirelttp present the same properly proven asrequired by law to the undersigned Adminis trator of Said Sutton at his resi dence near Mackville Washing ton County Kentucky on or before the first Jay of August 1911 S H Cooksey Administrator of John Sutton Deceased Notice All city taxes have been due for some time and the penalty will be added after July 1st on all unpaid taxes Call at the Frst National Bank and settle at once J C McElroy Mayor Notice Ail parties having clims a gainst the estate of Thomas Bra dv deceased will present same prhderly proven to the under or my attorney W D Cl obrooke on or before the 1st f August 1911 Levi Brady Threshing machine for aiP comparatively new in fineshapewillsell on reas onable terms Apply to Mc Clure Mayes 1rFor CommiI Doer Of Agfieiiltur W P Hays Form r Washing ton County Ma i Candi date for Repi blican V 1 Nominati m MrvP Hays of Bloom field Nelson count was here Monday and inform d us that he was a candidate for he Republi can nomination for bmmission er of Agriculture tf r Hays is a former Washington county citizen being aao oftbe late Judge David Hays Mr Hays is 56jrears old and has beet a farmer all of his life and besides being ji practical farmer is also a su dessful buslnesj man and Is Pre ldent 6f the Citizens Bank 1of loomfield and s interested in other successful usiness erf terprises He iis an advocate of good roads and othe r public im provemebts Mr Hays is well and favorably know i throughout Central Kentucky i s a success ful exhibitor and breeder offioe stock land is wide awake along all lines of successful farming ThSoUd Republican delegation Opugressionaldistrict when the State Convention meats in Louisville en July llth and his friends pre lIck that he will capture the nomination Mr Hays is well ocated from a geographicaL pu nt of view being near the cejater of the State and in one of the best farming sections f the State So far aswe are in brmed he Is the only announced candidate from the Fourth Congressional district seeking a lace on the Republican State ticket and as there is no lelan n theDemc cratic State icfrom the Fourth district the nomination of Mr Hays by the Republicans would add greatly to their ticket FERQONAL TI Miss Lillian iSisco has returned to her home in Bar stown Miss Hattie Blanlord and Mrs Alex Stanford visit id friends in Lebanon Thursday xnd Friday Mrs Colvin has returned to her home in Faili field after a yisit to Mrs chris Jertlein- t Miss Elizabeth Lopsdon has returned from a sit toMrs Winifred Mahoney of New Haven ivMiss Hattie Bta ford and Miss Margaret lanford of Lebanon left Tuesday for Owensooro where they will be the guests of Miss Bessie Th6 mas Mr W B Curry has retutned to his home in Lou aville Miss Stella Sh inns has re turned from a trip to Louisville Mr Robert Mcli tire of Louisville spent Mpnda sad Tuesday with relatives here Mr H D Stile was in town Monday Mr Frank Slmm ns was hei e Monday 1rt Judge I H Thurman and W C McChotd are fri Campbells ville this week I Itf Miss Roe Montg mery has returned to her homo at Lebanon after a visit to frie ids here Messrs TD TapprES M yes JrM WG Grundy and B D Lake were at ElizabetH town yesterday Miss Pearl Com or has return red from the Kentucky Press Vote For Robert LE Green bt1 Clerk of Court of Appeals IrHonthn work of the office and others have rec the emoluments and as beJi y the promotion of worthy is ai ivedII sistent Democrat and aSPlendljlty pe Of Kentucky Christian sent therefoMf ask you to vote for him on nextS jdoj I H Thurnian Circuit Judger W C McChoid Ti 3cott Mayes W D Claybrooke t Joseph PolinV W R Selecman John A Polin C M McChord r I As Republican members of the Springfield Bar e cheejrfully bear testimony to the excellent qualities of Mr Gpee eas 4 man tand as Clerk i John W Lewis WF Grigsby Maj shall Diincan- Belfeving thatthe Clerk of the Court of Appeals sh uld be man endorsed by the llawyers of the State and with whom t ey are more closely associated than with any other State fficereare heartily supporting the Ron RobertL Greene in his racs for th e Demo ratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals B L Litsey County Judge W F Booke County Clerk Robert Noe CircuitClerkS J Anderson flheriff G D Catlett JailerJ W Bush Si ool Sup W T Mitehell Assessor C P Bosley J aster C- miIirj4ibi4i r 114f 1 I I jIj I ttntiI1 g i g tiif I J I T MUSICAL iMusicalFourLhe StroirfcTs LaBarge Musical l qo La Monts Concert Hand I I lMissMaryAKnesDoylqDr0rOrOklahorthiBon r f LECTURJS t tw I Giand fire Works tl Night fjnl i This will be most spectacular exhibition and this attractIon alone will be worth the price of a season c t I l 1 i III t I I Association Meeting at Cerulean Springs Miss Connor takes great interestt in newspaper work and was the winner pt one of the prizes MrS C VanArsdale who has been quite ill or the pastt4 week iis no better Mrs Earl of Camp bellsville is a few days with her parents f Mr C H Ewing of Louis vlllp was here Friday and Sat urday on legal business Miss Mary Amos who har been visiting Miss Mayes returned to her home at Bowling GreenSunday Hon WF Grigsby was in Lexington Tuesday Mrs W T Leachman enter tained at euchre Tuesday after noonMessrs L D Walker E O Kelly John Oy Shader Jr and Walter Clements have returned from SChOOl at St Marvs pas KanI Mr Lyman Barber has ile turned from scbojl at the University of Wisconsin lefjThursda l with hermother Misses Grace Shehan and Pearl Goatley are visiting Miss Lei Roberts Election 0The gentlemen have been chosen as election officers for the primary Frederickstown Alex Hamil ton and Louis Hamilton n judges Tom Hamilton clerk and Geo IMooresvile i I J 3 Williams judges T J Settle cleric and Ferbet Eddie man sheriff Willistiurg RD Riley arid Ed Crouch judges Wm Sutton clerk and J J Sharp sheriff North W T Mitchell and W Robinson judgos T D Graham clerk and Gpo Boweu sheriff Hendren Ed Masters jirid Tom Royalty judges Robert Warner clerk and Wayne Burns sheriff Mackville Drew Yancy and OkeyClpyd judges Joe Wycoff clerk and S D sheriff Potisville Geo Cocand gher and J D Yankey judges Chas GJoode clerk and Wm H Mil bern sheriff Springfield No 8 HOWL rd McElroy andWt L McQIeliand judges F R Neale clerk and T K Smith sherif- springfield No9 J Rich Smith nnd Tine Cecil judges J 6 Osbourn clerk aud T R Bad gett sheriff Springfield No 10 W B Rudd and W A Clements judges J Y Mayec clerk and Ben Cecil sheriff Kellys Shop J M Janes and S P Thonapson judges J R Reed clerk and B B Leachman Sheriff Brush Grove Ed Smothers aud Robert Lei Crouch judges Luther Kirsch cleric and Robert Thompson sheriff s aiUsboS Thef aimers h vehad finEr rain aftera long dry spell Mrs Efaslus Perkins and little Thelma spent Wednesday night with her father Mr john Aamstrong and family Mrs John Crow Myrtle AtraIIstrong and Mri Clarence er were in Ill sburg Batufaj shopping Mr J Armstcoftfif and wifaat tended caeeting at j Springs Sunday aud dined at the home of Mr Mark Dedraan andII family at that place Messrs Erastus Barest and I Mallie Shields spent Sunday with friends and relatives of near Tatbam Saturday andSun day Mr T W Sutherland and wife are three weeks with ther son Rev W Sutherland Mr Clarance Derringer of this place is this week with his father of near Tatham Mr Walter Lake and family cf near Willisburg spent Sunday with her sister Mr and Mrs SeagerceySMr J D Sutherland and wife spent and Sunday Aha the laters father at Sparrow Mr Sabe Cdulteitand family spent Sunday with the family ofr Mr Erastus Penkins Mr Jim Brown and Miss Myr tie Armstrong attended meeting Nt Tatham Sunday and dined at home of their Miss Obney DerringerThe Schoof at this place is getting elong fine There will be Sunday School every Sunday afternopjn at three oV 1comeevery second Sunday IMr Walter Hanby was at Ta tnam Sunday afternoon Long Lick c I will try tto jot down a few Items of interest for tbe readers of the llewsLead We have bad a fine rain and the Baggie Boy wont nave togo t3 Sharqesvilleaf that frock tailcoat for a dust collector Several from this place attend ed cbuurcb at Mackville Sunday T Q Stump and family spent night with So T Stump and children near Tick Creek Agnes Pevler 1of flarrods burg4 was the guest of Miss Cordie Whitehouse last week 0 E Milton and family Ma balu Lucy anti Charlie Hall dined with J 0 Milton and wlfrf of last week lChas Gowinj of Taylorsvllle is visiting friends and relatives at this place this week Mr Henry Ishara and family haye moved from Lebanon to their home Mr Isbam says there iis no place like home Mrs Mark Lawson of Cross Roads wan the guest Ofber daughter Mrs TR Bugg last ekI r T Stumpandfamilydned with Mr Lee Hyatt and family Sunday of last week Mrs Harrisori Logue is some better at this writing Jessie Smith and wife were the pleasent guests of J 0 Mil ton and wife last Sunday Mr B B Taylor and family have moved from Mr G WI Cocanpughers place back to his mothers Hb savsthata setting goose never gathers any feathes 5T G Stuwp wife and children attd Beckie Stump ciiaed wtt- hMrandMrs J E Anderion SundayS t j Ccr Hall and f tofTick Creek sty the gues iH M Stump atilmily aandayrj 1 Ragr Boy t f i R I A hr 111 iii Y l J tfi sof i FDailyAserieaqf base bH games has been araangI 4t Mi itha s reesentipg no r6y towns 5Ihere Villjb 44s each dayrwith games on July 4tp The jwj i standt will be adequate t9atc mm ate tile p cifti6ri sd the games will be JIIJ 4flttia if I IAddTessy LebanonLYjp Brackney spending Officers following Campbell a daughter Tathkm spending spending Saturday Saturday Sunday Af1lo II rNbTlC1 J 1 The Following few items I wedsIre to caM your 1 J attentioh to whereby you lean sv thos3r ikMthe same time get reliaUe goods I I See our d llandse4si Blue Perfection 4 1 Enameled Ware Oiltoves AnewlotofI l lDIAMOND EDGEIIWater Colorsr IIIGetonrpkesonii g o eoujino K1 Freezers I I Plumbing mil and see us when in CLEAYER- i town BwtofAI I IISIULTZ Jii r 1 ThItIIfijou1ike 1- Go d oa Tfti11sII on the appetizing pis confectkHMrjrl They took good al are f L IIand WilJ iiuJ1Or iJ14l You T I wiWb4sI i Tot 1 special nimce Pit iii the Iiast of its iwkesuuts well made aid prfctly dlkkui i 1I Givetis a cal- lLaFITZGERALD I HTLEI r 44 c t I Before orAfterhoFre9 14 I When doyouant the ri ht ad Iofa po1i YRemem1 i a i r policy can hot be eharif I i ed after the fire c 1 iiut before the fice you can at M extra I Jdan iMurancc 4jwkoe record N ii ajwill fuarant eta you qr fUffihISiSr4I1 i iiI have only compani thare on 4 4 ifact one has Wen coiitimiiiHy in ihNs CHT Mil iiySee ars the let me protect yom ii j 1 jure abCft j i r if iIDavid R Litsey4enfr L zrrkrFTbe1 Louisvifle Times 450 JIIIIIf I w t 7 7 = I mmp r fJjjf TSifcTt iartitqu of Ewtr JLo1QfdsW and S f 4 r f it tHtCKIp THf IWIWITALS if f j t t trtto r If WeM DHcnJltora the b silr Ms44ii Hsi4a j t t Mii4 SiVth iIW J tifefery Tri at DM Dbww I hi iiW iedei trf Mark Twmla IB IfalriwrA W p THowtlt tltr ot tlw Il4Mr Ia PSi to wtHI Mark Twaim wWMa1ee t iaath ife ut Eer- tIttcIIQW4i HOlBRffl J hattl1beeRpartlCtliIJnJ ii t evftn1m r io Md wwtfed kwrt In joyeas self reltajtce fiJ wtM MtiQR of three trnianv t ttef iii yhtKtsVt IIi1gai California aI4i4c ip aiid Imposing tbeawelvea- iMn t thi Ji e nl Jers a respect e7 a1i4 Watdo Emerson Henry- WufcuM ogfelio and Oliver Wsif iMss The Humor of the r cIa mist prosper or must fall ItiTitit far Ute wood ot the hearer syClMsuiis felt sort of compelling r lifc YpaOIY and be looked ioV r I to aa ral 1Mtr1QPli g tttJKr weretw things tbatlrI had Mt aakeu kUd jkrconnt One wa- vencatlonC + Nftntr N yfa m Iii wIihee coherer held bytubs 1 c1IIt tfcHM They were not ex T1P4EkIJIBItY ot beIjbIg call c4jMWM c for wart pf some clearer f irtitf that oAMe cokld twell ap fJrMet JfceBt In a pcwosajly light or irWB sfrfrU I do not suppose thAt Mj Mlr aeftttraly valued them tja Jr s erj40My loved them than Oka JNM hlSMilf bit tie intoxication of bis taey ennfetValH beyond the Jxraai i f f isfttrTstaiA and eaboldeped him to t MM ttlwr IktB whfcb be hJlfnot taken teto BsesBBt BaiBely tbfc ImaaeBse JMISSHJ ef worklBC hIs faactout be 4 ifethIceaandexpectIngthemte tP Mee ttrth iellfbt of it If neither IssifSim Longfellow nor HolmeM 3la4 bees there the scheme might pos siWy Maya carried but even this Is Aevbtfal f rWM tire hapless president rnlfill v tll abbbrred function of calling jtot their feet and making them f i JcWMR I came to Clemens I tatrs4t Cfriklm with the cordial ad I th BJJd for him as one of my freitest coBtributors and dearest 4JfrIeRereIaaIdinsumwsaJ r y r Mt for having enjoyed his joke aa4 jht the amazing mistake tbe be lilpiiLilai bhmder the creel cat0 WM Bfoa us I believe that after 1beep of the burlesque made Itself clear there was no one there Including the totrbs Ber himself who was not s sitt i with a desolating dismay Iherelell a silence weighing many t tOM to the square Inch which deep j t elfrcrtn moment to moment and in brokea only by the hysterical and slngleapfttWHle same shall not be band ed dowi to infamy Nobody knew wMetker to look at the speakertor Waa bk plate1I chose my plate it af te least aflktlon and so Ido not I know bow Clemens looked except sawfiaj jpalted aa4 appalllnjMlslenere wltb his r jke 4eaS on nte beads From a first Cglce at the great ItBttee whom his t JestjMii made Its tbe elwas aware L bfJjisBgfellow sItingnpright and re- gardiarF the humorist with an air of writit g menu well erect of preoccupatlonand of Emer listeningISinether wbrVI in that lapsb of memory t t l yearsfromhVe draped his joke tq the climax W left it there but I cannot say t1Isrnmay sense of the tact Of 4S what happened afterward at the table where the immense the wholly juno c6nfjf the truly jjnlmaglned affront was 4S offered I have tfo longer the least re 4membranceI I next remember being t In a omot the hotel where Clemens I was Bet to sleep but to toss In despair and Charles Dudley Warners saying 4 In the gloom Wen Mark Youre a 4S t faany fellewT It was as well as any thlic Jie ceald have said but Clemens tributeI1 stayed the night With him and j 1aggardbreekfat 1WImale some purchases of bricabrac it oJ tot hb house in Hartford with a soul i as far away front bricabrac as ever the fbul of man was He went home J s l y aa early train and be lost no time iBwritkig back to the three divine r IjenMMMtks which be had so involun i tarI1ya4Aed to fouL They all wrote tack tS4ISSS making It na light fort 1 1IQjthey could hnve heard that t JCsMniML was a good deitl mystified f L5kedfea to think be had offered him some iiet vof jaHBoyaneer But am not sire that this Ms accurate What Sam Jwre of 1s that Longfellow a few xs after In my study stopped before a photograph of Clement and said t Ab lie is a tragr and nothing more v Holmes told me with deep emotion t i I a cJia jrbrother humorist might welt s InVjflyif4S Itic fcini tbitt there bad hot been the least offense and entreating him never 0th6ricofth matter again He said that hirwai a fool but he was God fooli Holmes quoted from the letter t Wttkra traejwnse of too pathos and humor of Ute self abasement toi r OdOjItThSir3Vd- IiM reegh with the menr 4I3 SS Ie ttm about like cattle r WbatHs ai to tbamr t 1 1 f 1 ThE ZA tl rsjjO t w r IJy thsNtlvi tnfYInl In thAmttob4ogrpby of L taBky the aattior says of thV colored natives of central Africa rGOOd as the majority gf Zanzlbaris were some of hem were Indescriba unto1unatey14eappearance might hare bees judged tp be among the aet Intelligent was after thirty tabntha experience with Jjls musket BMblQ to understand how it was to bo loaded He never could remember whether be ought to drop the pdwder or the bullet into the mus kejt first bother time he was sent jjtmatO transport a company of- men over a river to camp After wait lugyRH hour J strode to the bank of thepriver and found them paddling in PQ8lte directions each blaming the ither for ls stupidity and beIng In ptcslon of excitement unable Ho hear lILe aVftfice of men across the river who were hawliag sat to them heir to manage their canoe Another mAn was so ludicrously vlffpid tat he generally was saved from punishment because his mistakes were so absurd We were one day floating down the Kongo and It being ne r camplng 1e I trade him as ho happened to be bowlharf on the pcca ton to stand by and seize the grass on the bank to arrest thet boat when 1 should call qitjf in little whlleVe came to a fit place and I cried Hold lurd Klrangol Please God muter hevjrepited andforthwlth sprang on the shore and seized the grass with bdlh handd WhIle we of course were rtfitdly swejit down river leaving blip atone and solitary on the bank The boats crew roared at the ridiculous sight but nevertheless his stupidity cost the tlret men at hard pull foai cead again Ifar not every plate was available for a camp He It was also who on an occasion when we required the branch of i spe ties of arbutus which overhung thc river to be cut away to allow the ca sacs to be brought nearer to the bank for safety actually went dstride of the branch and chopped away until he fel lat the water With the JSrancb and Jost our gx He had seated himself op the outer end of the brancji A lunch of Kicks Tn hard inckl sighed the steel rail Look at me I get nothing from morning till night but hotaIr groaned the pumping engine Im always in hot water ighed the boiler Consider my pllghtt cried the mane adam road invariably walked otlU and trodden under fopt Im used to Itfor Im alwayrf up against it phltoiophleally remarked the wall paper Youre none of you as badly off ai tam SAW the furnace for no mat ter where I go Im generally fired Baltimore American The Editor Won A London paper described a cbil liens excurslonasOIiong whit scream otjoYuand was called to ae- couijt by a correspondent who said that a screrm coold be llg tot nor vbUe jphereupon the editor Justified Jtoself by urging that a llxo fa oftea ytatcA with a err Whattthe Colors of Buoys Mean When you enter any harbor in the world where the channel is marked by buoys you will find that those an your- right as you pass in are painted red and those on your left black If yOu should see one painted in red and black horizontal bands the ship should run as close to it as possible because that indicates the enter of a narrow channel Biioys with red and black vertical Atrlpes always mark the end of spits hnd the outer and inner ends ttex tensive reefs where there 1Is aclian nel ou each side When red and black checkers are painted on a buoy It marks either a rock In the open sea or an Obstruction In the harbor of small extent with channel nil around If there are two such obstructions and a channel between them the buoy on the right of you will have red and yourleftera When a wreck obstructs the channel a green buoy will be placed on the sea side of the wreck with the word Wreck plainly painted btfitin white letters provided there is a clear channel all around It Otherwise an even numberwill be painted In white above the word wreck when the buoy is on the right side of the channel and an odd number when the buoy is on the left i I Th Wise King Qnce upon a time jthcre lived a king who was said to be so wise that be could answer every question that was put to him so people came from tar andnear to ask his advice when they were In perplexity trouble or difficulty One day there came an old woman tired and travel stained and bowing 1oW before his majesty she said May It please your majesty an Iwer mea question Speak op said king Can you tell me why said the old twotears only one mouth- Yes saId the king IttfA have two eyes that yotf may see everything well I You have two ears that you may bear everything welL But you have only one mouth so that you may not talk too muck t The Brute Cl wish to marry your daugliterslr- You dor Yes Then you are in luck I hope so sir Yes you are for she intends to tnrr ir Adof Ghosts I fHfJIecYet 5hSlIetlSfcy5ad hat Wls iceeeI4eatagaIe4a to it wetiW ppear ore Germzs Tby sea is kwe breathe P h tile kI TM Pr OaiR ftjSis a istsacy ikkwseths Mporat iiiik is dugudi 1eMb bagmi aU by ts es of Dr Pi oW Itti lite IP iINIwoc L at4 Swsek se i mpst ill wick Ie bdI MMudII Dues51 H se Yo t drs All irdeas pi tI Or It It If aet a secret aoii buss pdLgms mad wk a 18l8lc A4tanoJJPdjNsthrs is aotbiagIfjsst U eEik ue 4 4 WASHING DISHES Oat On TIMe In a Woman Life Whn Sti Enjoys It whoIp dishwater The only time we wish we were a man is after a heart dmner wben be can enjoy a siesta or discuss the papers while we must attend to the in evltable dishes CatI any one wonder that girls get tired Ctthe monotonous round of dish washing which must be doDo three times a day for the 3U5 coofsecntlv days Think of it ye goJS and tear you hair and weep fpr the woes of our sis is a short time In most ever womans life when it a pleasure but that Is when we are top small to reach upon the kitchen table without a choii and are permitted to wash the cups and saucers to keep us out of mischief When we are older and have it to dc alone the soup tureep would not hbW ie tears we shed over Jt How we have dreamed over the blue pictures on the old fashioned dishes pictures of impossible temples and casI proJlmltrtcdfardered to unheard of lands to dwell those castles in the air There should be no dishwashing tbereJBut bark The shril voice of out mother rings out clear and sharp Matilda what are you doing with rising Inflection on The last syllable o our name AJ1 the house knows that TlH is dreaming over the dishpan again and reverie is not permitted in our active household which was conducted on the whoop her up system When we see ladles going mad over ceramics we wonder if they served their apprenticeship polishing tableful of china New York Weekly I A DREAM CAT RtpeaUd Apprfaranc Premonitory of DIuRse Some years ago early in the sum mer says H Addjagton Bruce in Success AlaRazlne dreamed that whI16 out taking a walk was suddenly attacked by a huge cat which clawed ferociously at my throat That was all there was to the dream or at any rater that was all 1I remembered b awakening In the morning and orally enough J dismissed it from my mind as nothing but a dream But when 1 found myself dreaming the same dream again and again I be gaD to wonder what significance it would possibly hove Usually It varied greatly in minor uetalh Always bow ever the climax waS the samethe cat bad meby the throat and was bit- Ing and scratching viciously Alto Aether dreamed this dream not lest than a score of times in six months Shortly before Christmas I took s cold which settled In my throat affecting it so badly as to require the attention of a specialist Much to my astonishment it was then discovered that a growth bad been developing for some time and that an immediate opec ation was necessary Several weeks later tbe operation having been performed successfully II suddenly occurred to me that I was no longer being troubled by tbe phantom est For the first time the meaning of the singular dream dawned upon me It had been a genuine premonitory dram Consciously bad been In utter Ignorance of the dangerous growth In iny throat It had not progressed fat enough to give me any pain or even to tame dlscoroort At tbe same timd the organic changes It Involved bad proanced sensations plainly felt by what psychologists call tbe Subcon scious and manifesting through th subconscIous to tbe conscious In W form of a symbolic dream THE POKER Hardly Changed Sine the Days of the Early Metal Workers As the first fireplace was a circle ot atones at the mouth of a cave so the first poker was a piece of green stick It was necessary to have something to knock the legs together with when they began to burn through the mid die and as primitive man did not wear boots be could not lisa them to kick the hot embers into place as some of us doto this day That was a refine ment If It can be so called which came later The green stick lasted dn til the age of iron aqd was then super wblcbIvance Tbe poker has hardly if at all changed through the ages It is as it always has been simple andjsevere of outline It lends itself to no vagaries and to little ornamentation It Is one of the few things which no one has ever patented becauseit may be said to have leaped from the first foundry perfect and complete in every respect The only notable attempt at improve ment has been to make the poker of brass with a twisted column but ever then the iron poker lurks at the side und in known as the curate because It does all the rough work The orna mental poker Is not a poker at all but a sham Fnn upstart masquerading un dee an ancient odd honored name and gaining credit for duties which it unable to perform London Globe An tnglun tiection ChronIcleTbethe candidate can never be sure what buyingTheor it may come to an cud after a few months Even if It lasts the game may be decidedly not worth the can dleSlr Mountstuart Grant Duff gives a poignant little Incident of the wearisome struggle over the coercion bill tbelrdul1estRendelbin the saytndpaidtqooHer Proof IneverYpaaper Why John sIte returned it Isnt so I met l pee1emyselfandndosT1its tI wottliibAveto1IIt v HeWas Hlht toJlcornrIsent Ws m 1 f jw fcj Ws rlptWuJi r r fl ii I EVERY BUSINESS IqiNCcognize the importance of conducting all business details elophoneboth local and long distance It is economy in saving u time and money Unexcelled telephone service can be ha jver the tines of the CbenlandTelephondand Telegraph Com ahy Lng distance connections to all important points in tho Ujit6d States r tes reaabesevice the best I ii CUMBE LAND YTEBEPHO ETELEQRAPH COMPANY Incorporated f f l AIASKOF GLfVCERINU Th Admiral lad to Prove That It Wa Harmleis Life In melt d Is uejrer devoid of the humorous iand when Admiral then Captain John ioresby jWas stationed at Queenstown la 1800 he had his full share He narri tee in Tiwp Admirals that it became his duty to survey a damaged ship laden flth casks of glycerin For purpose of repair ha directed aj port not th cargo to be landed and stored an4 thought no more about It What was hy Astonishment next day he SI1YSrfind th whole town In a panic an to be informed that every life was In danger from the deadly compound stored under one of the principal ofDics of the place andsentUcharge of xjargjt and tb remove the vessel t6 the ou er anchorage and the people gathered at the street corners In ngltatedcro ds to meet their doom hi comfortable iiapanlonsblp I vainly coat tiled thit it could be nothing brctptin glycerin Pure glycerin fs it1 sold thei chair man Well th res mighty lIttle dlf ference between pure glycerin and im pure glycerin at d the ship must toe off before we have he placp blown about our ears All I could 8a was jWell gentle men If it is nit blotfWlll explode It I OgIYCerlra a cask should be put in I will fire a shot nUt Wi tbis sattsfy rob After much d illberatidn this hand some offer was iccepted 1 shall nev er forgetthat p ocesslonj nor the ago nlzed countenam es of tM bearers who lifted the cask ti a cart is softly pad ded for its recei lion as if it bad been an invalid in the last stages of disease Patsy and Jit i Dempijey bad great courage enUrelYwns thb comment of whilttheYbeUevoo We wended r way Ipto the cpuu Scy attended by he prnyrs and bless ings of all the old women of both sexes whom we bet en route and the glided pinnacle vas put ion the terror when la lifting the cask Into the field far from all bun an habitation one of the bearers stun bled anjl almost fell He turned a 1I1e of Wan appeal to heaven as he rec vcr d himself But we got It there lean still recall the town cpi nell crouefilnR among the brambles of a distant hedge and watching with cxpcctabt eyes and manifest Intention of Instant flight The shot hit cajsk fair and square and ami an avVful silence a few slow tears f glycerin oozed out and trickled down its side That was tlL Teach Little F tka to Love Nature A childs bite est should be awak ened In love to nature for animals and birds If le Is taught that the humblest living creature should have his protection atad affection he will never be thong ttess or cruel in his treatment of th n A chlldmay b told of Gods love iu be wonderful rifts of tho things of the earth the flivvers and fruits for beauty and use Wonder may e awakened in his mind In the imrnt fislty ofj the universe the glory of tho sun tub beauty and mystery of the tars the expanse of elcy and sea The religious spirit should be fostered in childhood Unless this Is donet It will not have trong growth Thp perspnallt of the mother has much to do In originating In the child the earliest Ideas of God and imuior tallty The clue rlty of her faith her reverence for ill sacred and holy things these are almost unconsciously bserved by a cj ltd and form an Im pression never to be forgotten A Comfort Loving Mother The mother ho desires comfort does not spend her tlne telllug her children what n at to do She pro vides them with blngs they will want to do She frowns oc candfeis sodas and Ice creamS between meals except sa a special treat She does notb linvelxfine feather making fine bl lungs iShenouthat the prinked put child being thor oughly uncomfortable oon has IUs mothcrIn like st4te Nor does she t Ink it conducive to her own or her cl lids comfort to keep it up to all hour Thel early to bed rule is worked f r tho peace of Via household She Is not Inordlnaterjfy ambitious Prodigies are flatteruigj to maternal vanity but the wipushed boy or girt is more comforts to live with She does not think indulgence makes for contetl Tbd mother who most thorough y uncomfortable Irs her children is th4 ouevho has iertrained theta to obey 4Cleaniig Shoe Mothers often hesitate to put their umall children itif dainty whittf and tight colored shos be nuSc of the problem of kceplu these shoes elena Soft white shoo If ot too badly KoIIcd may be clo ned n looly with most any white pt wder If they are very dirty they may bo gleaned with Rafrol ne The regular w Ita shoe polish Is made with whiting and ppwderSulxcd medium thlcknud pplledj wIth h cloth This may be ustd on white calivus shootflubloweletterBooties mndc5 f cha libls may lif washed In ammonl i water Wash nmpioniuhitpethemsot dry near ortiflp alLeat V A Dainty rragrahcii To Impart the d Ijcate fra nneo of nny flower to onet lettetu the 01 of tiny desired flower nn be allded l16 the writing fluid Seit the blotter ahd plane ft with the tter pnper but do not put flower oil Or perfume the paper A pRe age of InvJtatlous tan be scented by eeplnjrtheiu over bight In a clospd Jjar conaiuin oil of lowers on white wool or cotton Honest bout jt Do you like to orkT Very much Indeed Thats enconrag ng What is your maSEaav marks j I ADUKES LOVES j rhe Forceof the Attacks Were Meas urea by His AppetIte In the tate eIghteenth century a Dr Mopre was tutpr to ttfe young Duke of HarolKbn of those days whom he Accompanied on the usual continental tour The duke was then eighteen and was susceptible to feminine charms be bad just fallen rf victim to the black eyes of a married lady when Dr Moore made this report to tile youthful peers mother This Is the third passion the duke hits had since we croisedthe sea They Konenilfynffect hIs appetle and con mukc a pretty good guess at the height of hW love by the victuals be refuses eat A slight ibuth of lovp puts 110 Immediately trout hgnmejand klndof jurdlnnge tf It n rises a degreft higher lu tunis up his nose at fricassees undo ragouts Another degree and he wIll nitjiert po to bed sup perless than taste plain roasted veal op poulets of any sort Thins the utr most length his passion has ever come hitherto for when he was at the court with MlleMarchenvlllp though slip put him entirely from greens raguutb and veal yet she made ho Impression on his roast beef or mutton appetite He fed plentifully upon those in spite of her charms I Intend to make n thermometer for the dukes passion with four digreeslI greens 2 frip nssoes and ragouts 3i roast seal nivl fowls 4 plain rons puitton or beef and If ever the mercury mounts as high as the last Ilsbull think the ate gO n t IlIlnrmJngA A Cautious Scot Stoneliaveii lloa to the south of Aber detn The London train had drawn up at Stonehaven on account of n slight jmlshap ormtle or two ahead and Andra the old porter had got into conversation with a Salvation Army officer who hnd popped his head out f tile compartment to nsk the reason for the delay Aye aye mused An dna after giving the desired Informa itlon yeIl beffor Alberdeen Im thlnkln TY es my man was the plyfirm bound for Aberdeen a very wicked place Im told What mlht ye bd golu to due there sIr If Its ns bad as nthat asked Andra rather amused at the visitors words JUIngdeen Like lightning came from the old porter the pawky repJs See au drive him north chlel haul him well to the north He Sot His Answer They whp ask unpleasant ques tions Bah a senator mustnt be sur prised if they get unpleasant answers Yes the luterrogatorymoliticlan too ot ten flndshlmself In the boots of Gobs Golde The aged Gobsa Golde was quarrel big furiously with his young and beau tiful wICej Didnt you marry tne for mymon Yl he jpUe l Mrs Cohen Golde tossed het head Ycsot courgo I dldr she saul and if you werent so stingy with wed never have n cross word Washington Post Steel and Iron Reaumur discovered the dlrt process pf making stvd In 1722 or thereabout by Juimerslng malleable Iron in a bath of cast Iron A steel manu- factory Is said to have been set up by Benjamin nuntsmnii near Shellleld In 1740 It was about t1800 however be nslllonhC11renrest from Bessemer In iRn- ouaresmng rar nervousness Gardening as n curative pastime Is tijeheadnervous women antI each patient has her particular plot to look nYtir She Is even given the task of spndlng up ftie Kt und rtnd Is exiMKtiil to spend a certain amount of time daliy culti vating It regardless of the weather On clear days after the garclHi hour the entire force of fair wumojj l supposed to turn to mid rake nill turn leaves and fagots nnd I lnv hey are amateur farmers The bencH that the out of doors life and inrcrt t do to the nerves Is Incaleulabye und the novelty of It makes it something to be looked forward to His Style Tom who tn1UI his thesis at n bo- teJDo you like your mea served table dhote Dick who pntronlsss n street waflle wagon W generally take mine n Ia artRaltlmore Ameri can Itonsufs Hata Kidney Trdnile aniNep Suspect jft How To Pied Out Fill a bottlcorcommouglassnviUi your Tatcr and let it stand twen yfour hours r v aSeuiinqntorset- tlinginjicatesan auiihealtliy cot ditionoftliekisi r V nays Cit stains your linen it If evidence of kidney troublel too frequent desire to pass It or pain in the buck is also convincing proof that the khiu yi sad bladder arc out of order WbatTo Do Thereis comfort in the knowledge se often expressed that Dr KiluierV rezuedZf1fUlspainin the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of thc urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad rftcqta following use of liquor wine or beericnd overcomes that unpleasant no cesslt of being compelled to go oftc during the dalIudtq get up man times during the night The mild and th extrnordtuary effect of SwampRA0t is pon realized It stands the highest fSita wonderful cures of thc most dii tresshig cases If you need a median you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and t al1Ci1i1nooI Jiamton N Y When rf8w mpaoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remembr the name Dr Kilmers SwampRook au the address Binghamton N V 7W r J Rf ACING OF cIi1ROADS ProWems S That a Highway En gnperMusiSve1T- IIREE e V 1 1YPE Of TOP DRESSING SanCIay Gravelandt Macadam the Materials Usbd Character of Rocks Macadamizcfft Inau addresjj recently delivered be Tore tU0 Appalachian Engineering as oclatloniat Wlnston Salem N C Dr Joseph BydelfPratt president of the Appalachian Good Roads association spoke as follows on the surfacing1 of roads7 materialtotlQadbUItdersthe introduction of the aUtqnioblle the wear aid tear oo our public roads specially of the surfaced ro ds1svery materially lacreased It Is not due to the automobile alone but ton combination of the QuttuiV ncttonjpf the narrow iron tires of heavy wagons and the suCtIon of the rubber tires of thoaut mob lcs The iron tire has a cutting and grinding action which re duces the surface of the road to a pOwder and loosens up j small ftag ments which are readily lifted 3ip and thrown to one side bythe suction power of tin rubber tire of the auto mobile The Iron tire alone or the au tomobilc plone wguidiiot do such great damage for the material ground upby the Iron tire acts as a protection for the surface of thernad beneath It and remains us such protection until blown tiff by the wind or washed on by heavy rains When remoVed however the Iron tire at once comes In contact with the stone surface of The road and be gins to wear It out The automobile alone would not do anywhere near as much damage to the public roads as the suction power of the tires would not seriously affect the well surfactiil road It Is too combination of thq twO however that causes the jfrei damage that Is laid to tfenutpmoblle Wo country roads there are three types of surfacing mntrral in use tuacudnin sand clijy and gravel In considering a macadam road the road englneer hos many probrems to solve He must not only be fa STRUCmnn Prom Southern Gooil Roads Lexington CJ f at lUlU with the method of construe lion of the macadam road but he must also know when it Is possible tv use it thinner layer of stone titus re ducing the cost of construction lie Also must be so ftinlllnr with this typo of road that he will not make a mis take of using too thin a coating o macadam According to the character of the subsoil nnd tIre hardness ef the oadbed the thickness of the macadam ivlll vary from four Inches to ten aches The cost of u four inch mac adam is much less than a ten mel that an engineer will wIsh to use II as often ns possible and there Is often tendency to use tthe thin coating where the thicker one would give bet ter results The character of rocks sultnMe for use in the construction of n mopadam road must ulso be known to the road engineer for the reason thav many rocks are not at ni adapted for this iirThso on account of their softness and lack of mlncntls tliat makda good binding surface Tin best rocks for this purpose arc trap diabase and gab ire Those rOcks are nil basic In cliprncter and when used as a ttop dressing for macadam give the very best binding qualities Many other rocks s granite gneiss quartzlte limestone 6tct have to be used qnac count of the Inaccessibility of rocks of the other type There Is a great rarftitinn in graijltHandvgncIs In Mielr chemical composition those viilch pontnin P great t ell of horii ileiule giving tile hiest results InftlK oiiHtruetfon of nwondnjji rcads Thej are however ratfter soft ninl wear lovn mlckly If tIn traffic Is verj heavy Tho littnue although 5lft rock has erriIi loimlly good blnd liiK qualities ami iKes ft grind mnc 1ani mailfc hxt thHt hits to bo uaiirluHl constantly j Th Hand clajvrwnl which is earning Iiito vncrnl use fltruughout many of tVo imuthoni states IIt wnc thnt the voyi Hjrlueir must lnuv how fIt JwHtL In collie iiistanrcK this mm can lu bulk to better nil vnulitK u imicHduintnul will glveJUM gtt K sult AURaud or nIl eayrfiI ji iji iHegofj l sand cloy roads ami In wiliiUnp tljte typ of reid built tin nttMl ij i tin else Imusloo ttested i tu Us iidii taliilt to QM for this ptrpcs f Bettor Dream On t MiiH that n perfect dream f a hat t shp demanded of ttLeiiian i y her side i 1 stikl she repented after sue yndk of sehotiqe Isnt tiiatjn dream Dr it ltntT r a ttIIlsUelie fro i the mnrf Than ifj rantuivti ntprowonfully Wliydonr you vaey something Sly doSf you scorned to enjovyour inusmsoihat was nfrald of waking you up tho man Iheu replied I Tho PJalins ni1s11At new 9lorjrymnn wnls jng SHiniTay dory Iu a rcinotv liamlnt aifiong the Yorkshire woldf After mornIng sarvlce the oldVclcfb came up him and observed So ye ails them Sauums do ye Noo we never knew wbat to ronkeo hint erf J We allus cOils cm SpnsmsILondon Scraps Grit Grit pi cbnracfer Ittilht gram maytt Ktiiorally uS ilftsorlbci u heroism ma terlall7edsplrlt ahd will thrust tote 01Cormthe man Whlpple f t S4T jth Chitdren Cry for FletchersS5 The at4Jau1Neiainycarf hits bom the Mgnstur of 7 anti hasten ma4e luMUc late per soni supervlslo Micelts Infacy4 AIIownoolloto jtmimimsAUJnatasgo 4 are fctExperiments that trjflo with and endanger the health efIniants and O cnErlcnceagatnt Expciimai CASTORIACastoriaI l jFgone Drops and Spothing Syrups It Is Pleaaant Itcontains neither Opium BIorjihlnQ Bor ether tfarcetfe ulgtancei Its jjgrols Its guarantee It destroys Woe +and allays everishness It cures Diarrhoea aad Wink ColIc ItteIIcves Teething Troublescures Coesatipt1oa and tieStomachld sfeep Tl6 Childrens Panacea The Mother Frtelbdr GENUINE CASTORIAI ALWAYS y Bears the Signature of r r Be BoogktIn0 f neE NW p t I GrippeI a It I and th you for what Cartful has done for nit writes Mrs Sai J GIllIland of SUet City R C1 I 1ftbadI JemaleftOub1i At last I began to take CarduL I have taken ony three bottles butd has done me more good than all tot 4tdoctors or than any other medicine 1 ever t- ookaCARDUIl42 TheWoeans Ic ItIFOr the aftereffects of any serious iilttsflke L Grip Cardul is the bet tonic you caniie n It builds strength teadie the lIfrv imp oftC 1MAppetite regulates irregularities and helps trine back the natural glow of health knew4Think ul h f belpftigyouRememberingredients in any other medicine for intlbf sab in ally drugstore except in the uuaUl Try hatWrits to Lakes Advisory fleet Cfiattanooea Mefitte Ior5pedaiyuJrBcajn and paeetlook Hmi Tmhiiiif fi M 11FIRE ASKEDThE TIME J A Question and AnswerThat Cpnnged a Clerks Position Dow many clerks measure up to tthe stundiird of the young bookkeeper in this storvfrom U tnanLlfq He w employed in the pnRsenger department of n gren railroad It was just a little before lunch Some of too clerks were ltittlng otf their coats some leaving for tile Ayiishnwm rowe con ulllng clock some were Still busy Suddenly the boss entered lIe glanced about Him and ttn approached llielf oung IjookUeeper JSiWhat time Is Itr he afJ ed The youns manvjkeptJ qn Osoring and fhe botlS piun hand on Lilt desk and repealed tlrt i1UlOn laxtHntly iheothir logUqU up sur ptised to see the duet at ills elbow heg your pardon were you speak ing to rae- Ilie asked Merely Inquired the tlmertbat was all said the oiheh The bookkeeper rlnnrpd about the room located the ore clock and said Its ten tninutpsto 12 Thank out snjd the general thai nger and vice president ahd Rtrojlert out v Thnt conversation cost the youiip bookkeeper his place in the passenger departiicntnnil tint hint uuder a Iilfiher officer on the firing ilnej KInc ntgenernlJt RAPID ST RY WRITING A Boast ThatDurnasMi4s1agsd and the Result SForhpidltypfeonposilfon the prize among novelists mui be a warded to Afexaiutre DuuinR rhti dIel with over 3000 books to his cmllt itt of whlclr be hnil slum Accoriilrlp to Mr Arthur Jfvpivlrtsnn ono of jilt lilii rriphrro he often ileclnreili that when pace lie laid miiin tint Jn lilt nilinl the pchenii ifniiel ens piny tlb tvork was prnrtlcalfy ntwmiillslud since use mpff wrlllft of itt pfesentex no flflli Ur anti coud iippprfortiied nt fastens JhP pellMjtljt tmypl Sqmpflir UspljTiHl thljhlw ymsuit yus tl witN DUniRB hnd his Iiradihe i Iiin Jlip Ghevnilor do In lluli u Rouge of whldi i bud not vpjwrltlpu n word rind ue imide n bet nf 100 lonl that he wcmld write ilnflntt volumeof the novel In apvparjMwf Jioiirs vie volume was to be TorjiwlJiy Revehfy live large foolscap pages pnHipnp containing fortylive lines nflrt pftcli line fifty letters In sIxtvsl5Uouw Uurna hud dme the xwork In hb fair flowlnp Imnd tiiRflgurpd by no erosion and lthe bet yits won wlHrMr hours 10 spare Loiidtnt Chrutilcfe nllenlscItce Many Itotnnu aud Ureek fcplcurw- wen very fund of dolt flesh Before Christianity wait eatabllshb4 ateoujr the Danes evpfj ninth yeti nfiwiy nliie dogs wore witrlflevil In Sweden cacti njtitlidiiy nluebulueflofca TSCK destroyed Hut later ou dog worn not thouglit gooil ciiowsh ertry nintht year iiluefyrjlnjB linmnii b liiK wcr the thlJul of the relpimt tyrant Juuorlp the restt tIportlee thai the Ute of be inouarcb tlghbe pro ii t N4ikGEMOF y Maybe It WM tM H awNt Stewart Kdwani White WHm lleSnj tain sheet Iff tbe ra ge et l exksa CalIfornia Perhaps because the sev- age heat of the desert jrliick we were crossing had somewhat goes to or 1tfeebeesect rhapsodled upon tie iaraittiki Keat dlthyranibey over the pack state I sang the dispraises of the jjeek tabSJt Finally Whites who was cook for ttife day offered a 8tpe Is1pr1ze 4 4nt with raisins the t rniuaut ft Q4Ir store forth premier venetot turned out before sunset At noon ire met up with a w aderIag ipector who Intr uceds elfnJ Jfoe vv Benson natIves pf CaHfprata anti ebseijved upon learning pi our merarjr effocrs that he some poet Hmself Ott beltig jntltj etcr the ist he- retlfrd to tue ttop ut a wI t tbthiuisneter wafsomthlul1 e 1M lii tIn nbsnnce of shade sin after sjalf an hour of Relf co jwHnJoa re Burned with the fbtlowlBf Jpty cit U0e sySTHE GNAT The gnat hft is 9 lIolsame1I1Tterr IIs loves to buzz He lovtft te Mt Ha crawls upon you when yaurm heci i love thenaugbfynaitil The daft was awarded to ilm with ul prott froa tthe utbef ceateftaatr sgceese Jagazlne i 1 4 HowLapi YWH tUrU Hauiiisou fn his iIeH OEV L Ka landatjurn quotes e jfpilMrhs qualht tradltloif froa as o4 MaW treaIse Some n ert that t aV jextus be 1eaiday cumN fkfmsfii IaiIa that Johtui prayed to God tfct the iytengtithen from the laud tteu Go4 bad ed him and hU followers It is tnseV the sun did siau l ftill for ewenia length over till ity of baM1M the day went fprward t theit manner as other days Aa4 ttate Bcxtus la not Jbrougb that M fea 4ft think In France an seae parts ei ilnnd Portugal there cxlt a trthg yeartiellevensthonster aanhmalIyajlears cc end dtsavretiet luirsia afsg 1et rmeinderpt the year Th Wvr Althdiigji hot the largest or 1oteH v weyhrUImiles In width au wkk a uc of watcr that repels or at letMt ser ays the ocean to I dfcjtHU et ite- haU v dfty Ieuee Yet tic welffUtof the river tW Us InlBWKre felt or 9 f p 4blowsltnottvarlibtj to be ready Hp tke TissaT a1 h the aiiveea eeis4t 5iel ys 10 i5dkhttdeiiKat expreslJU4l hr eomigbter face DetUit Free es