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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8rA8 ISFD j VISjJrft r Y4 j- f i Ii r I t i rICVIM m 26 fr JJS WASHI 1ioN COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 6 Jant Z i j F i INPEIi W L r h r PAREN1- i 1 IHIi Irl wlt rk SiS wCli prta s pte mre Jformu I4w M T3bItjen Cwo eSUrItT tole- cureE a letter UBderstandlng tfciw ctors la education U tha first plate it is tho S tks p trengttJaI act W wea t1WIseL tk tarn- IJ Ii IT lMiclalui du UetuptilH iIsI ii kfco h May of iti iuoac ctaig4t ow utyora pNrlcJpia 4taild Midii etbod olJDtalDl1nth lR iareit ktOkve u cWld i 4aflGll o rMw Lint sIoIitbe reuosor Ii iorM iad ickntal t lor Mr fitre ittsTzt o e pareMt will a oay tM hlld tept by step im sym 4yatud rd4ndiug and initei 4fhei ff Tflid udjlmtmt impajaa klje pM MtWflJlltJaIiIi M too oftei pCVIMII teece course alila Iwih 4reU aM child ad UlatirJ1tu theIr actlvltres iii iiWi tH mt torm they rfemaiii j INtt4e M spirit and mutual itadii ne daufkter will fines iMttMlf a tnrijr s itIi1 factor in the IMBM We a dt MI the otker hand the AAi ta will lcetHt IB spite of I tWirwiaiiBf cwOTB tMycn still ba MtaJtjr Su tQt1ck wHk latefeats that ap 1p r to tkamNottAmon1can Re oIl Ie TO MtEASE IS 70 SERvE 1gt ISPiIIIPuprsten Is Servlee V t FJublic h kAJir Itt rary Work which conveys fftttkVHl fet Qc pteMlne impressions is S cirM to the public It is even a nUee to be UaamKrahy proud of liartfaf MeWtered Tke sligHtest novels nrd i Mweta to those ia diitr Bs not ckUrof rBi lUelf greener Our fine w iN apUlHa life waa Justified rke Cwlyl soothed his njlnd with ForsterSTeljiiMete to terre and so far fromII Jia5141 iiaoidt to instruct while you aIaileult ito iUBcult to do the one Ib tiEweiOIT wltkout the other Some I 9t el tke writir or his life will crop et YR a Taifid book and to readl a MTel irklcb WM conceited with any fOteeste multiply experience ana td f ifxerdM the sympathies EVerj article very fe e 6f yerse every essay ftOi eertreIiet is destined jo pays iwwfTiriwHtly through the mind gOBie jcrtk of the public and to col j M kcwihrer traMleBtly their thoughts Tkijiwriter ba chance to stumble WI ute wayoii a methlng J1easlnl 1MIt18 ftaterHttnl something en I rfl liittrVere it 6olr to a single read r Briil be Unfortunate Indeed if 1t1Hlt no one Be MB the chance bc il14M i fostumie en something that a compreiJMM 4jdaaytkfmd for that once com r1dngepocbiRJaS Tke Frofewlon of liters4S Millions for All Thfere Is enough gold floating in the + riea iip make everybody rich This lnfcrraatioBil the result of an an alyBl3of ocean water recently finished Iby M Alphonse Berget of Paris o profeisor lathe oceanognQphlc Insti tuteYHaha confided bla discovery tetthe Paria correspondent of the thIaga Dally sews who makes haste to spread the glad aews The an alysis reveled about fifty milligrams 77 gratao t gold in each ton of sea water explained the professor That teems little Chough but con sIenlng that it takes a lindof figures a epluma wlie to give the total num 1 bif tons of water m the ocean It fn1mensemIfegkroftho i600Qoo000 inhabitants oE ffietifWbfiii had his share It would t iuL24QOOODO apiece ei r Virtue In a BIte 4bTk etymology of the word said 4 t young Academician declares vlr jjie te have teen originally c virile quality tyow its meaning has been softened ome will say weakened ih antcaseiwe are tar from the state of mind of the Lacedaemonian g reroiWhoIiscovered virtue in a mouse rtbathll thumbwbUc tmag1u4nbe observed there Is no animal so wenklithnt he cannot save hlsJlt- oIFe Imye but the virtue to defend himself Virtue at that epoch meant to know how to bite At present on the cqntrary the Montyon prizes tend to recoLCFense the sacrifice of self mnnd3iatiuraorattenIisHcIig InCcntury I- ilnrTfliiunl og There arer more dogs la Prance Oiga uwstrconntrles Thus It appears tijat toqne thouEfiid Inhabitants there ie 73 dogs In Ipicnnw and only 3S In jEnglandrai Germany and 11 in Sweden Still hydrophobia is ex trembly rare in thet department of the Seine the last caCe obserred dating I beck io the 7e4r 1905 Doctor Mantel layi thisJEood stats of things has bees brought about by the law for k1lJacaot0I1 y every mad dog but ba 1 r JcfUiBC every dog any mad lJ 4of ErAMT pHteH ot played with fSiltsmc tWi Jaw cannot work out to jpertecUo the Prench also ex terR1Inat tlay dogs F wr fa fa Lencian TjrWitr yrtw iHfo mere were 55 feggy MYi iOS 4e during tki win jr s wsI Ii ltifl0tkere porfGciitThM 4 iMr JAM CiiehtMi a it ssm1 iis e tiii try uuT aisett4t- I tutt f t d1OdIJ f mzf TLAbET3Sckooji For IramifriHitf f A bil is pending in the New York Legislirture proposing to- stablsb schols fur the educa t wionintbal late8sllaborers Thisproposal is foundled upon thja theory that if aliens are educated according to Ameri ian Ideas they will become beV te ihrDoubtless he theory Is cor r vectpjied in he manner proposed and meetVwith overwhelming smuccessThespian iap comtiei each mtrnicipality employing aliens upon public works to maintain a ol The establishment of these schools would compira lively easy buCit migbt be con J diderablv more difficultl to secur- eupitthan to appoint teachers TPhe marl who works eight hoursia day atthq brcJestkind of l bor might not be inclined to accept the advantages of a iliberal education thus offered him It woul involve what to thim would likely Beeps fonsiderr able personal sacrifice A few f the more a mbitious wouldL probably be attracted to thejJ schools bot the majority hardly be persuaded to giveupl their hours Of rest aud recrea wtiongo Compu sionotcourse would bettroutof the question and without iit schools without pupils or withc so few as to make the success otc the scheme very doubtfulr would be the almost certain result of the enactment ofa law Cincinnati i TimesStar Thomas H Ellis Dead The body of Th9masH Ellis Confederate war vetern who died yesterday morning at the Confederate Home in Pewee c Valley following a twoyears jillness from paralysis will be taken to Bdrdstown for burial to d cayjfeven t years x Mr Ellis was seventy years olff age and a native of Bardstown being a member of one of the NeJsonjcOuntyt Civil war he enlisted in Company B of the Ninth Kentucky Infaa try and served throughout the 5ii wiLy Afterthe close of the conflict be settled in Bardstown where j1oiofta hotel He is survived by two sisters Mrs John Bonkef sky and Mrs R Q Newman A Of1LouisvlIle Kfak ed By A Mad Horsi auiiel Ditch of Beetown Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his Jleg as no doctor could heal the frightful jore that developed but at last Bucklens Atnica alve pired it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on ea th Try it25c at Haydon Robertson T Is Growing Better Tbe Shelby Record would not nrcharige things if it had the power It 8iys We believe the wold iis a good place and iis = kroIIgbetter This jworld be- tng vlth a garden andjis gQlrag- tiot ena with a garden Its a- lpleasantl place to live in and if we h dbeen consulted as l hich of the stars we should choose for a habitation we could notha redone better than to se le ctthjs We have always been glad w Jgot abpard this planet It just suits us To our mind ery bst color in the tJri verse for the sky is blue the ery pest shadcf for grass is green and the very best for water js a crystahne flash The- ountaina are just high enough for methe valleys are just low erfGughformef the rivers just swift Dough Tnehbmanfaceis- wonderfullymost adapted for SmilejJtwo leyes one more than is necessary so that if One is put out we still maj see the beauti ful things Gpd has placed around us with one nose most admirably arranged to take in the sweet perfujmes of earth Saved His Mothers bie Folir doctors bad given me up1 writes Mrs Laura Gaines of AyocaL JOYjfrJeUdtric Bitters I did so and theV have done me a world of good I will ak- ayspralse them Electric Bitters Is priceless blessing to women that e troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backacSe headache weakness debility constipation or kidney dioor d ertl Use theta and gain new health strength and vIgor Theyre guaran teed to satisfy or money refunded Only 50c af Haydon Robertson IIThe Ten i li A Baltimore man who has a ia rgnumbeP of ernpl yes under him has posted in Ithe various dcy prrtcienis of his establishment ard4 which bear the above cap tion nd the fol owingterse rule Rule ljDont lie it wastes nxv tmean3 yours Tam sure to atcI you in the end aud thats the wrong end Bte 2Watchrour work and not the clock A long days workmakes a long day shortand a days sbort work mikes my face long Rile fGive me more than I expect and Ill nay you more than you expect I can afford to incniase your pay if youi increase my profits Rule 4 Yuowes much to jyourself youcant afford to owe anybody else Keep out of debtt rk 2ep out of my shops Rule 5 Dishonesty is never an accident Good men like good wonien cant see temptation whjn they meetit Rule 6Mind your own buss ness and in time you will have t business ofyOurowntO mi9d Ie57Dont dp anything here whrch hurts your selfie spect The employee who i willing to steal lor me is capabl- ofateatiug from me Rule 8Its none of my bush ness what you do all night Buti dissipation affects what you do next day and volt do half as muph as Idem nd Youll last halas long as you ht1 hoped Rule 9Dont tell me what IM like to hear hut vhatl ought to hear I dont nred a valet to m vanity but Ined one fur dul rsIRule 10 Dont kick ifl kick = 1 I FIRE INSURANCE 1II II I and Fire Insurance Companies that have been in Ibusiness from 50 to 100 yesirs Companies that doingbusinessi theChicagoand paid all their losses fully and promptly and Iwill pay yours as well Nothing but Old and fried Companies I getyowappicationRepresented NO tricks i secure businef A business will be cancelled without cot to the assured where it can be shown I1tha thcrImatter i JL t IInsurance wY i I I IIf You re worth while drre ting youre worth while keeplngj 1 dont waste time cutting apfeSks out of rotton apples New Road Law Pe jt enacted by the Geierai Assembly of tile Commonwealth of Kentucky 1 That it shall be unliwfulj jfor any one to obstruct the iraterjI ftables ofa turnpike or any pub j sing1ieither private crpublic ovt r the water table of a public road with out providing a culverto pipe oft sufficient dimension to sarry tthEJIyolumeotwafertha may draininrrthisi water table ort curb it so as not to impe e the thu1Jbe unlawful to plant trees tele phone poles or fence in or loser tthan two and onehalf feet if the outer edge of the ditch s that a plowor machinery may busedI itf making widening or deepen jjirfg them Any fencing t ee or stone falling into a water table or rolling 1 down from boT+ e into it shall be remove uthnfiye days by owner of laud 6f which Lhe obatrnction was a pi rti or any person not an owner tr m ming trees or cutting we ids or briars or any person placit g apy other obstruction in wate Jable shall be liable for alId tnage done by turning water iin o the roadbed and also to a floe of two dollars lor each day the ob Iructr iion has laid In the ditch onger than five days 2 Its allbe the duty cf th0 road overseer or county survey oti of roads to feport every misdef meanor under this act wi h ali the evidence be way colt ct to the magistrate in whose district that part of theroad way lay on bilthi bil expelled nom hls offic On this act becoming a law the fis 5it cal court shall order it tobe put lished once each year for two PJlgePJl Any water thatt mayi wash out deeper thin necssary to carry the volume of water drained and uodermiqin the road bed or adjacent property by the permission of over jeer or road supervisor the ditcl may be fined or dammed to its roper size i 4 In making orrepairi ig any part of a public road on isixh or more of alt money SQ spent shall be used for the draii age ofi said road by making wate itables and placing culverts or drain pipes of suitable numloer and size tztto telephone pompanies this i have obtained tbe consent of tt e fiscal court of the county when in its lothsi oeApproved March 24 19ii Story Of a Dollar Bit J istinitials On a dollar bill 1 he next day he went to the neare jtrtqwo fhantBefore DLythe dollar back Four imes in 5six years the dollar car IB back to him for produce an i three tImes he heardof it in he pocs ket of neighbors The last time he got back rfour years ago he sent it toa mail order house Hemyerhas seen that do lar since ai d never will That dollar jbill wj itI never pay any more school l tax Tor him will nc ver build or brig ten any of the houses of the community He sent it entirely auto the cir cleolusefulnrss to himself and his neighbors whtn ho s snt it to a mailorder house jj Patronize your local rchai it who helps you payyo r taxes upportyour schools and church f and lends a helping uand In times ofI skknessnnd trouble St Louis Lumbermen FoficeFt AU patrties aving cairns a gaipst the estate of Tbp nas Bra dy deceased will pres iht me prhderly proven to tie under signed or my attorneyl W D Claobrooke ntbr beforthe 1stl of August l IhLeyiBradyt MAJOR LISLE enerable Lebanon Citizen I b5aneW Away Maj thjorNeSr of the Marlon un5y barJ t ancone ofibcountysoldei t andb st unowfn citizens diet l suddenly yesterday afternoonii between five and six oclock att h isliomo on West Mam Strent He had been In failing health for many months past out until a w e1 ago he bad ulwayabeen abmle tb be at his office for apart of every Bay A few days ago he was taken slightly sick and re ahjed at hsbome He was not confined to his bed however and yesterday afternoon was site ting in the yard with his wife arid one of his daughters when h e suddenly complained of lee ing extremely ill He wassi ste4into tile house and a phy sician hurriedly summoned Be lore he arrived however lie was deed Maj Lisle was born in Green conpty in 1837 and was therefore 74 lawI1859gament of the Louisville Universi ty Sinqe4Dat time with onlrI slight exception he has been actively engaged in the practice of his paofession In 1851 Majj L vislet aiaQ adjutant nthe TentoKentucky Volunteer Infantry and Was promotedto the position off captain of Compauy A in Hit spring of 863a commission he held until mustered out of service lie paricipated inanum ber of battles among them thai of Perry yille and Shiloh FiOII 1 873 to 1877 bewas3 resideiit of the city of Lous llle during Chtchs bat and also secretary and aprakeandOhiot 177 hfdrweda law partner s hip with the ateR S Rowntreej o Dfried to1issAdaMcEltoyin1S6p She leaving lou r children Mrs Nettie Edwards of flarrodsburp Mr BH abeiH t Jettof Kansas City Miss Mar iion Lisle of tbis city and MrS William J Lisle Jri who Is in u e edGovernment service and bas re ceutiy beep located iJn the Philispine Island In 1879 he was uu iited in marriage to bin present vife who was Miss Maiy Mourn iing Bevill To them were born two ciiTldren Mrs AddeTylor of Cleveland Ohio and Mrs Virginia Bohon of this cityLeb anon Enierprizer Stack Of Gold Stacked in ojpe of the orcer f the steel ribbed vaults of the United Stutes Treasury in Wash iington 800000 in gold coini iis going begging The government cannot give it away yet none of the rightful owners can beinr duced to take it It represEnts unclaimed Interest on the public debt Somewhere in nooks 4o crannies put of the way places are the governments interest checks for the money which never have bden cashed Some of t hemnever will be presented others may bo brought around m time and somo are being held by cautious investors V0jie Citizen has more tHan 600000 waiting ifor him and holds the checks for iit He was recently invited to icash in and made a trip to Wash iingtoh to tell Treasury officials the checks weie his property he would shtbem when he pleased or burn themnpifh6 wished If be does the llatter bis money will be held in the vailLsuntIl Con gresr1 perhaps mighti dispose of iie TheTreasury can do nothing but keep it The contructor who aid the first pavement upon Pennsylvania ave nuer from theI Capitol to the White House hj 21000 waititg for him it has t6eentherer many yarsbut the Treasury has never beerfable to fiuB the right payee as the contractor faild atfd his affairs be came involved iii litigation which never has been settled The ia mount of this soemlpgly owner less und ranges from thousands dp wn tot few cents iiy mJIITuaIK4 Mj IMddsr M I Auilt3 d jence When the qung couple mar rieda friendwho laid claim to eing somewhat fn magician presented them with avtall bottle Tfoth i em to place U upoatheir man l and explaining that if either tbJcQDtentsf sla murky col rfAfter they bad beenmarried a ty ear the s t9horesenceher husband frequeny en te 2 ofpcheorilren i guests iinquired as tothesignt ficance of the tall bottle 4On jihe re m AfuedF winallyd jyset for iiia wifes retiiimr he explained the meaning of the mysterious bottle One of be guests who was much given to practicalt joking surreptitiously reinqved the cork of the bottlifto which he 1Jwas replaced upon the thateFa 3 oarefully concealed behind a1 jlarge protegraph NcixLday after the wife had returned in d listing the mantel ho rsmoved the photograph thus r Veal ing the tall loitle with bi t ejIeryJ tl i t t1Cuclear rater and Tepladed itcrailv ihe mantel i tlcriib1eAccidnf A ptnoonGeorgeitho rounifSOtl of Mr andMrsF S BenedetU got his lefthand caught lathe og wheels of the larfre icr3r c reap jreezt at his fathers store Tjipnftbr was quickly topped and lItsvas necessary to remova the wheels to release the hud r John BoTdfck attShdecl Xha unfortunate boy whose hand will robably be amputiied Held to Circuit Court Dan Durrett atiegro wastrieilk before Judge A P Carter Moray on an assault and battery charge The proof for life pro was to the effect that the negro claimed tj hat David Harris an aged white man had killed some otnls young turkeys and seeing the old mart a1 t work Ina field t yond the sql pher spring attacked him with a c hipThe ea propf and tee negro was held pn a bond of 100 to await the ao tion of circuit cobr t Maricn Falcon 8SV Nbtice i All city taxes liaveibeepz fop sdme1tlmeand th penalty will be added after July 1st oDI all unpaid taxps Call at the F histnce j5MciElrOy Mayor V J In aTwlClvcirce Suit fiJ With their iittlo Wughter all the guerdon the twin divorce suits of Lore v8yLoye the one tiled in Baker City Qre and the other fn New Torbl City now promlae to pcore hitter cpn ttests Almost immediately after fljlng 1 hill for divorce in Baker City Ore l r uateilneB day Sidney C Lore left for j New York city to fight the nullt ibrought against him by his wife MrsC ifMarjoriewhich he surmised was pending According to dispatches from Baker j City uerAl months since a dotocUTe came there and bas since shadowed Love Mrs Lpre already has retainedi counsel to represent her In t11epro cess brought in Oregon Llttle8 Sknownthe miningl ton of Baker City ndI ctttnst theof thVoncV popular clubman and hlllI wife now appears to be abBoutet Defiles Pttslnfl of Vetre Dr D D Martin of Tulia OHat IIc tile oldest praotlcln surgeop In tholl United States He i 89 year old 1t the clinical convention tJt North fmeriJj can surgeons In ChlclCO recentlY r Martin performed an operation whlcb showed hIs cdloajtuH that hs aWH and Judgment had bus 1aJo1Lf nalreli by age o hild r tJ 4Ci k i j L t r fCecil t5Cii p fThe CotflrN I tt I J t alented Young Lexlnglow t l Musician toTake SjH i ialCor1z r lMaster decirNoelthe talentedI young son of ProfJ T CNo j of State qirersity wilt leave niglit for Chicago where b wjll take a course of instruction upder PrQf A F Weldon t head of the Weldon School of the Cornet und known as doe of the m6st flficient cor ij U th t r n iifrr tr rndng the famous dornetlirtists hohave been tutored by51 Prof eldon is tha celebratedl fferjbdrt Clark who is wittfSousaSband Young Noeis wen known tby the Lexington public beforJe whom he has app ardon naany OCcason and he haVbfen pro nounced by music U experts as oneDfthOntfbot talented antei ciansfftrhfs age in the country tWhHl3Cecilis only H years pld he 1 sIormore a yeur auj hasVEnurider Prof Trbsn ffli wo years v erIt j t j v5t4kent Prgf- ordonG fivefear 8gowh08t tjhat time JS Ceacher in the exintont iqnseryatpry oll OyMusic but Ii olt that time eCiI hao Dandled the instrumentt fotrnbre tikli d year and fiao ti sislanc learned a great deal about music Since then h hes been h ard iin cornet solos inmaay of thef JBIae Gross towns and in botlir arks here besides being called upon on numerous occasions rto liSII tra in which he plays firstfcornet and plivedfor tpe commence meat exercises pfj3pth theTlJigh school and the Ward schools Master Cecils tat ntwa1l first d discovere while his father Prpff r T C i e wasvdirectpp of a band in Lincoln Memorial rl1J1h v rsitv oCumberland GapTent Hewould often ask CrofJNoto allow him the Uie 6t a cordet but he wasalways refused NotI withstanding that he managed to secure an iinstrument a d il earnof hi own accord Young Noe carries with him the best wishes of many friends and admires ia Lexington and the Blue Grass who are watching with interest the oatcome or a career whfch has such an aus pcious beginning r in the Ozark vOand yett sleepless Hiram cranton of Slay City icoughed and couched He wa in the mountains on the advide of five do tors who foidiie had con 0ujnplonclimate findstarted home Hearing of Df Kings fleif JPIscovety he be gan to useitfIr oelievc It gave my ute be writes for it made a new man out of me eo that I can now 0hgood worlrajrain trF r Ultwig dla 3te lu coughs colds lagrlppe asthma itcry up whooplnjr coqpfb hay fevtir emorrhages hoarseness or gulnty 5gIIts tIle best known remedy Price 506 and 100 Trial bpitte free Guarantefdby Haydon Rol- taon J i t ItP rC if t The speciaUerra of the Marion Uircultrconrt convened Tuesday otiiing for the puLposopf try ing tbesuit contesting the will of iheJrfteMts Eusebia Phillips Mri Jqhh B Phillips and Misa BirdPhitlips are contestantsBnd MrT 0 Phillip3and tI1ISJII is N t 1Alfwitness iin the caq Judge W P I e of Russ Hbvt1le wa i appciuied to try the cssei wfOpjti will prpbdOiy Require tenld1tot ttiz l owingto thalarge oifta ber of witnesses XCha conte nt srrrpresentOdby Mesafii H r CooprhlSrlTrpgof DtlY1ne teie8 i atGory re MrtItI wEplclIng1St l RtiiN and LS M ElrQt Xeoao arid WO MbOhorl1 8pla l ca F9stI-LI1 r C H r gt ll IiII lT Sin in u SIJBScRJP1 iOvSJRi LAll4tU l J r i 41L k r dAJ A1 fd SPRINGFIELD tj I Demandments Agent Study illIfpWi I 11z d P1athUThis ii QM fl Uw- 1c Uot1 ad 0 AD l1A1 i rJrt 1aPLOtht to IH U IXtytil Wrjr yjwjoth IiIi Llaiig so- peiag W P dIJ 1ol servant j trl bar OAHM irjuiig We vepturs to sserL tth4 food is carried a owi Hs linithe SoUthtiartin a7 Ntf the crtantcy adthI tmore IMJT t npgQ naeh ire fed bjoIdsct ffi hlsb aS t red ervzajhth i 1Cli 1 j competed NOeoWi i Jof tbwird toes ifit I a f basket tf air is one of h rpc Hati Ww t IM cwpiSity of tbe talwr Him Me anttllo hera 1 A Tl WIhey c ri get th irbIos OJiif cook in this tuWetly M4 jjfto v lTfrtbthOirwe4 i ojifd her a goodly suijyitog stolen thetH froarltWJamploy js We talks grtw M aW t t tUiilspptieliYbad8 BDftfveEi mt hi J e I this basketl tradiil Ala raegro ps h can coaiMl faMiqr MMM horn tnVcoVritry xi ih oto1Pak1tbo4v i ny ork ataJl AIlbSbOd 9Is to tary a14Nub I cDe irletfdly wilh M wkfg Ihe use cf sir ff ofc k wi c ountrySoiiny and ffbrk wbea eoetolbil tnil ttbe ket affords lor iMtMBf f TtMt con omiJ 1i isU invoir i k UM 4rI3ink bOM of briasro cobks is tremeHtJoi as illlr diuse fttJff tieWrbut eue oft thltiahic1nirei Ii I1IJawho ought to be oat 1iMri1iiIIu rzatiE wealth Wr uiltroubled It Cb lfetop rmr ta Pt 4II iiMTjMkhethat werrlaf ill tJt I1l Vqry ofLiqLtf l thepooratIayi h 10 t jn ttpa a iutItsummer greew tsuSLIbtei fo4i ra bstssva- rm days HysIisl corn heat theWood t All the old t6eli iUWf aiot fwIIo1edforthejr gafnWrtooJt Jj Eat some of tb iytijg f r rftheyrCJ roclfc moy fjt hbdy th Y suoy t Areadyfh fowl1 sis i ipg a rttstjr ap Mnu ei 11 P g ttingnsrtbir LI1Iti The ben h t 11J1 wfc Peostobe wbqis lS tbi tnotion jip y iow4iiEv f j ing abadspl r Do nl let ppyor war1s a ainst te Ivv4s tpiM i IYtLice are WOD iftf jtoo Vr messss daWiildc pdtditr4tsaUs the N ahl i Gvpiw iI toiome th itrjiSshatthm 1 caB PPIL e rsUek1ps1ou t Iy B esids IN oqZyfahaM es fNYor TMrowIRgInow prstd fr t ps et flil i Ii fIIa ttr alloxia e it use win netiilixr t 1 ifood The1 will ast ional ai uat ii aS alipldfetn nI1 r Iciciik ept grqwIugPaS i W i tAluiitov iahithseeasdH I a reqrei t to asby iWW to th rOf44 hIs eat II wrc frA itjr of Attffttf 4 8 oobey Suitoa r vI r a1Jrtt LfAiDr i lfIOPlLDJY 1 1 r Wyye1AYt1 IdI UNlJ d hbUt J4 TEDAY1JULY g 191L iowilMrt eptirJ over r stuiliNi Mkcttd Men f wtoiit awi1faketberc t iIt MI d oficilst and while if f r aeIIfd th re 411 iliferfBt BM n in jdme In oi foD1 haTeCrried the HMMfer t oiftiw prtyktthe t W t lT t ber tttctioa yet as we tout Iud no fault withany of the aeailiigii YSi art villrug tojay till tjpwrItriett 1N w Ita MM tiantomt te UM aid 6 th party 3taMlly we prvfered Adams oftstf 1 t l tMwJoYidAaam moiii AMl Bowftbat the majority olof the Democratic voters have Ip kowij Uwr prefereree for Me fII Cree y we are willing to cast r pur JotwJOi the majority As Jer the primary we believe it iVai etMMUwled fair in nit counties t d we Dow it sin Wishing j k J r toa ed mtyt yet we believe that jit f i It has been demoRgtrated by the J mall1 yoM cast that the people 4 prefer coiventiooa to primaries Tie iMeaiiee for Governor holds jJi a Icmg and enviable record 4n ta political lifeI and very little that can v Jrewm iin his face to his discreds F 41j However we wished to re ire f kIL bit th majority idNo a J laM the NipwsLeader has al 1 ready climbed into the blne waf otl and the band wagon id0EOiIIDfl J t Igsgrl lit Bepablwani predict vi gSj i x riibiite the sole jtswff iegisla 1tIo saacted by the extra session oiCoagreee and that adjourn Aur4 jigM 1 Speaker Olark andI i inSlstuPoQ11I i J t ti al fttte Speaker predicts don ilj from will not adjonrn before j Se 1dj Kepreeentatives of E T t f t Framks and LientQov CoOhave reported t the Republican icCIt1 trjklCpmmlUee that the 1 Losyi1ieqowrnittee1iasJ boa- rJ aJJIhe flection officers Ic- j prjt4 pkblioan State Uonyention Uni J Jps a sqtiare seal is given Create to bolt pier nomi nation are being made v vr Friends of Collector Lodlow- C rpeUy are working to bavehl- ijnoaedIOr II i United States Bern tootbtht Republican State V coeyentlon next 1tee1r r J1 Mr Z T Smith author of Smiths Kentucky History died f ID Louisvillei Tuegdty of yertigo 11tt t L WilliaJmrl j t ij h I The school taugbtby Prof1 Mack Williams and Miss Nora Jc14nkerct Friday after a five Bjoaths term tSveril froin here attendedth e ssb 2 musical at Miss Battle Busbys Prtay night Little Russel Keeling son of V Mr and Mrs Leslie Keeling who received a severe burn last Lissllghtlylmproslng Misses Ua tie Settles Bessie jI j4jWaye and Frances McLvoy Spent Weqnesday ni btwith Vennte aLdfiettle Walls t sqpCora left Friday to visitrelatives Iy1 AAUU UAUA A large crdwd attended the festival given by the L O T Mi Saturday night Mrs Brs6 Yates Is very low andinot expected to live IlIr and Mrs John Turnusi spentSunday here MIM Bernica Arnold of Maud is visiting her aunt MrsAsh Mr Stanley Heron of Lancas tar is visiting his grandmother Mrs Noel Mr John Sutton of DekIb Ill is visiting relatiyes here Mr John feearcy was at the home ofDr Hyatt Friday night Misses Rose and Stella Fowler pent from Friday until Monday With Grace Derr Midnight jin the Ozarks etsleepfess Hiram cranton ot fclay City HI ceughed and coughed He was lathe mountains on the advice five doctors who saia be had con sumption but found up help in the climate and started home Hearing Dr Kings New Discovery he be gan to use ItllbellevcJt saved my lifett he writes for it made a new manut of me ao that I can now do good work againtt For all lung dis eases coughs colds lagrippv asthma cnjup whooping cough hay fever hehemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy the best known remedy Price 60o and LOO Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Jiaydon Rob artson Cecilville As we haye been absent for me une we will try to send in few items MrsS B Alveyand children d Miss Alma Hay don of Coon Hollow spent Saturday and Suur ay with Mr and Mrs J L Mudd i Miss Alma flaydon was the uest qf Mias May Smith Tuesday Mr L Wise of Ixjuisville is here this week on business Mr Roy Mudd who has been Coon Hollow for some time Iinas returned home Mr and Mrs Apthpny Matt ingly hive returned to their home in LoiiisVille after a few ays visit to Mr and Sirs 0 B Osboane Misses 8yvilla Cecil find Mattie sboune are visiting Jriendsanc relatives in LouisvilleIMiss Tersa ville is tie guest of her brother Mr Robert GrcenwlUQ Mr anb Mrs Joecwtoi of Springfield spent Sunday with II their mother Mrs Josephine Newton MISs Flora Carrico has returned to her home In Lebanon alter several weeks visit with relatives here Messrs Roy Mudd ald CleAe Osbourne calltd on thejr girls atf OoonHoUOVD9d Y Mr and Mrs EddObryan of Lebanon spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Oi H Osbqufle The infant child of Mr and Mrs Anthony Mattingly diedl VeekSUl1np If ibisi letter should escape thel waste basket we will come again Wily Kido iVtil S I A Iii am leI Birch of Beetown WIIIQ had a most narrow escapeirom losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful jore that developed but at last Bucklens Ardica alve cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts ccrhs c 1dsores bruises and ji rplles on ear th Try it 25c at Haydon Robertson 0 CryFOR CASTORI Litiey Miss Mary Bruce and Mr Jolifc icliols spent Sunday with Dij ind Mrs J H Hopper Mr Ewing of Louisville is visiting Mr L M Gregory Mr Sanford VanArsdale Iis visiting at the hpmeof Mr S C VanArsdale Mies Eleanor Reed spent the llatter part of the week with Mrs Robt PoLri Miss Emma Polin spent Satur GindysWalker Mrs JL Martin has returned home after a Visit to Bloomfield Mr Arvin Nbe will arrive the latterl part of the week to visit relatives here We are sorry to report that Mr S 0 VanAi daeisnob- etter Dr and Mrs JoH Hopper entertained a number of young people at dinner Sunday Misses Grace Shehan Bessie Smith and Mary Belle Ross visited Miss Emma PoRn Friday HHSUSfGHDI Weasel More Than Match for Air Prowler Yraedyj of the Woods That howt Small Animal Has Courag and Is Slow to Loss rtstnc of Mind No animal is morp dainty or more raxurioM jn his habits thin the we taL He BtealB the trethest eggs ae lecta the tendorcst chickens of th brood and will sometimes kill several for a single meal sucking the wrxn blooti fUlleaUn only a small bit of the flesh The fact that the weasel is sly and cunning does not detract iIn the least from his courage He sticks not at attacking an enemy much larger and stronger than himself and never loses his vwlts even In moments of great peril The following is a case In point Two wood cutters were eating their middy meal upod the border of a for set in NeV York state when e1nO tided farge hawk circling In the sky overhead evidently with his eye upon something near them He was gradually narrowing bis circles while approaching the ground and it was apparent that he would soon drop upon his victim Cautiously the men Investigated and presently they came upon a wes leI stretched out upon the warm side of a log not far away probably sun ning himself after a long mornings sleep for the weeldoe his work at night This was no doubt theprey I off which the hawk had a mind to makehft dinner but the weasel qul etly 1kedat the IUD eIther uncon IndltrerentrJust then the hawk came gliding down tfwlft and sure as an arrow seized the weasel with his powerful talons and rose again almost perpen dicularly It looked as If that weasels finish were close at hand Soon however the movements ofr the big bird became strange and un natural His wingjf worked rapidly and convulsively an if making a greatt effort to sustain flight Tlen be be can to link slowly at first and with hetground dead From under the Out fttretched flngs dtl the hawk crept the weasel apparently unharmed ItTwas plainly to be usa What bad happened The weasel had quickly unII Into a vital part and sucked out the Life blood The muscles of the hawk relaxedI as the blood was rapidly drained There was a last desperate effort at flight the wings flapped uselessly hi the air and the heaviness of death brought him swiftly to the ground al most upon the spot where thej weasel had been basking hi the sun Tfttni Boine ways Id like no an some f ays I guess wouldnt said honest Farmer Bentover when the suave dispenser of encyclopedias had paused In his siren song Ye see if I waa to sign for that ere cycloped I In fortyseven parts Includln the In dex an appendicitis Im sorter afraid Id hey to work so hard to pay fer It 1thet Id be too tired to enjoy readln it while Iflread It aittD1y leesure as 14 ort to in order to git the good or It I wouldnt hey time to ehrn the price So all things considered guess Ill hev to deny myself the priv ilege as it wereg Lookn sorter like t ff tf thn northwest doc t Ito j yrt w tJA Eonf Fail To Attend The gj t 37 1 J r zzREPUBLICANi J d f t MASS8S CONVENTION 1 ik e tIqft f 4h c4 4jl1AtCourt House Spriogfie1d I f i rI r ki t1 f t J i St 1 r I GOODFURNITURE halDdhafld5O53ibm7blepieceisfullsiz JtzstthinkofSjhfevtl3Peiw Jer One our4 a er03Jj I CARPETS RUGS STOVES ETCLawn Swings only I98 We awn and operate fJiie largest store in Louisville control the entire 313 315W Srp YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD te with usJomatter where you and we give you just the same terms of cashIdP =orcredi that we give to our oqsand90r customersright hire at i J h uPg ici rQ ShOW IOU how fair we are aud how mlcl1weappreciatethe of good j SPBINGFIELD people ijo MyeftUl itfcd to your home station thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cus ulan as to r tomersT ho come right into stores WRITE US TODAY aHfteJlusjust you would to buy Furniture Baby Carriages or Go cads Refrig y r i erators toves Carpets Rugs Linoleums or Mattings and we Will r ply by re sLtummahgivingyoufullfirticularsofthewonderfully lowvrices we can make t i r ABSOLUTELY t amr ANRveryarticle we sell and that is not exactly will be token back and the MONEY REFUNDED rprese1tedlOUISVJLlE KY PO nCut but and fill iu the COUPON in this ad and mail IT TO tl reiebt omc ri sg BUMPED THE BUMPS OLD LADYS AT CONEY ISLAND Undignified Descent Amused the Crowd and Also Brought Offer of Financial Reward If She W uld Repeat It I went do 7n to Coney Island one night The5 telime Its a good place to find missing people My and Liz de you n vrsee such a placer Such a banging ana rattling and music play Ing and holl ring youtd think alJUbed torn was let ioosel It seems to me that city fol ik Idea of having a good time Is to I bumped and jolted and swished aro md like plates in one of them newf Ogled dish washing ma chines whic h I never could see tho use of nohoi r I was plumb daft with It alL By and by I golsos I Just follqwed thet in front ofme blind like a sheep There was nce when I found myself going up a ong narrow stair At thi top you we it Into a little houselike und everyb dy was sitting down on doormatsIll 0 and being shoved through a little door Then I thought was In a crazy house for sure and l turn to escape down the stair again but what yfiih all the crowd pressing ip I could it got down and before I well knew It was sitting down on one of them doormats myself with my feet st king out In front of me aint bee so close to my feet In years Tien the fellow give me n ihove Zasvkamasay Lizzie it was Ike falling oVer a pressypuss in bed t went down In that there slide faster ban theIEmpire State express Having my umbrella In one hand met my ki hUng bag In the other couldnt lak bolt of anything All II lould do ras holler and that I did right sxnar It want like no cellar door you i nderstnd but as crooked an a rams horn slammed against one side then the other I slewed around an jlost tho dormat and then I wunt ove a damlike and fetched up at the bottom all of a heap and feel Ing like gr mdmothera rag doll And Lizzie the d was a ouple of thousand loafers qf both sects standing there Just waltli g to see me do Itt They let out a r ar like the bull of BashanI I IBPJltthemselveslaughlngrfaybe I would bava given them a good piece of my mind only the breath was aH shook out of me I Jut brandished my umbrella ai them and walked way dignified Well tiat wasnt the end df IU Youll scarcely believe what Im go ng to tell you next Lizzie There was a spnace young fellow followed me down fie walk and when we got a little war off he came up and tipped bIB hat redl polite Excuse me madam says he I represent the of this here park We will pay 15 a week throughout the seas ilf you will repeat that act twice evejy nlghtHulbert Ppotrior MAKE THE BEST WAITRESSES College Iris to Exclusion of Ml Othersln Mountain Hostelry There lis a hotel up in the Whits mountait a has only college girls as waltr There are more than fifty suc girls employed in the hotel andQefl C Wentwortti proprio hostelry now says he would pot bay any other kind of servanta Yeileale7smIthgirls colleges for positions as wait Teases and In fact has so many candidates lie selects his help by a most rigorous examination The girls art on duty dnly for breakfast luhcheos and din or and have the rest of the hay lut8lyl free As the majority III these gIr3s rank high In class and- man children are In the hotel Ithtb Ir parents they have abqnd nt time to do tutoring in tilt summer and make large fees In that Vay General Wentworth Is satisfied with the am ngement and usually encour ages ihJirls to make all the monej they cai He has found bis scheme Iuccessnilt and observes hs guests Jnvarlblr are satisfied There is a superstl Jon said WentworthlOa cot lego ed aUon unfits a girl for efd tlent w rk but this IInoJls nse I Have hsjd experience with all kinds ot ervantf and Jf I am giyeq my choice I InrariaWy pick the cbljeffl girt Not onljr does the college giratteni to her werk better than the ordinary Mrvand but her work Is much more finished Rile hat a better idea ef what Isi required and she has a httt- iI t the ninee cf nrk inj the f SELECT GOOD LAYING STOCK Use of Trap Nest Is Sure Way to Determine Which Are Layers and Which Are Dronas In keeping chickens mfch depends on the breeding stock There are sev aril advertised methods of telling what hens will produce eggs that will hatch out good llayers butjabout the safest way lis to use eggs from hens that are known to be hardy The only absolutely Uure way of making selec ion for breeding stock according to the experts of the Maine agricultural Metlon Is by means of data obtained from the use of trap nests Only Int vestlgators dan occasional poultry man however can afford the equip ment and the expense Involved in operating rap nests but every poul t tryman can by observing his young stock during the fall select the pul lets that are beginning to lay and ob- taIn for the next seasons breeding a pin of birds with the function of egg production strongly developed The work done by the pullets from September to February or March Is a pretty good Indication ot their use avallabltI e4aIas older hens they do not appear to lack constitution or vigor and there Is no apparent reason why they are not desirable for breeding which begin laying first the ones that start when ulte your are generally the best breeders If Is not the largest birds of any particuli- breed that are the best but usually the mediumsized fowls Early laylr Is an indication of a strong bird by iislnj the eggs from such fowls It will not take long to produce a strain layers that fill the egg basket winter as well as In the early spring A good layer usually has a long body and Is especially wide and deep i cuffSEXCELLENT GATE FOR FOWLS Eliminates Nuisance of Chasing Chicken That Have Escaped From tho Poultry Yard In order to reduce the nuisance ott having to chase hens that have caped from the poultry yard the de vice Illustrated herewith will be toui Entrance for Hens highly satisfactory says American Ag ct1riculturistt In tthe poultry fence frOm the top two doors each hollowed out toward the center are hung by freely moving hinges or leather straps Tha hen walking along the outside will see this opening and push her way through l The doors will fall of their own wrtghl j asbLnd her MuitichesComputory Unstdches have been made Qomput sari in the Austrian army or rather i old ordinance lies been revived il tIIItt compulsory mustadhe isl from before 1848 and its author was General Count Cyulal the successor ef the famous Radetzky in the war with the Italian states who himself pesseBjed ap immense flpwlng niQf tach and who wanted every man l the army to grow one too The new order at the same time upholds the exclusive prtvllega enjoyed by thet WlndlachgraU regiment ot dragoons batILtGGreat was defeated rn 1767 in memory of which they were allowed tto aUaye iince thai there has not been a mil 5 ache In the regiment riIRoyal Poets efsrlat lrItslr- ieBy far the most famous and U 11ttWindsor Castle he composed hi sat IegotubeKings Qnhalr It owed L nly 1375 FU f i PAINT MATERIALS ON FARM Winter Is Good time to Go Over M 11 chlnery and Woodwork Hlflh paint Any brush man Paying can No rnvestmentI ItI qulred Every farmer should hay two or three good paint brushes of different sizes and keep on hand a supply or white lead linseed oil arid paint coloring matter These mate rials are comparatively cheap and when Tightly used are a high paying Investment In winter Is a good tlme to the farm paint brush because then there are spare days when painting can be done without iInterfering with other work It lid A good time togoove all the farm tools and machinery and give all the wood work one r two coats Of good paint This work can be done on the born floor in a shed or in any buadlng where there la space if the weather fs very o jRhen the work is to be done a box hot sand earth or salt may be used tb set the paint pail in so that thett ensl1Y1The 61wood61 chine first clean it off If It Is onlyfdusty Use a dry rag but 4t l Itjs inuddy wash U off with warm rater go pyer the aurface with a dry rag and then let it dry In the mosphere for several hours till all of the moisture Is out the wood Wa rtar an7gof the the wllJrnot have a chance to do Its full work newgor wood In need use about seveneighths ofrepalntlngj Itto oneeighth of pure colorlngmaUertq c010rlngtomatter are used In the coat the olQISIdpores of the wood with preserving oil and then to coat with lead to seal and protect the pores ho the pU cannot ascape The paint mixture must not only bo well Btlrred to break up the lead into minute particles before the paint t used but stirring at Intervals of every fojpjmlhutes must be given white the tofpaint Is being applied to prevent th botdl eI tom 0 the paint pall It must always be kept In miid that linseed oil ls a very light substance and that white Sad Is a very heavy substance They wilt separate on standing for odly a totheIJu lead In the i and enough Lug matter to give it the desired shade 6t color r 1His Wife the Boss K The man edged toward the doonBe tor the doctor could stoprhlm he had nuletly turned the key lmore for me he sa4 What Oo back on your word f IIhavent kopt my fyargahv You havent paid your prlcv That Isnt my t u1irJ7J not re aponslble for your mistakes Besides jrdont see ftii t you can dil anything wCuhIIroird and stopped Iu front of tho iari who looked on Iinperturbably Arent 1 ohigto tlu ne back toy property he uaked How can IT It doesnt belpng to menny more But dootorIll fell ypu What I wilt do fWell welir v You drop In and seem wife tonnd Ill be agreeable to nnythlng1 the sa sGoorlrJotnlncCbester tonTodd In Ufe Tangled Home Mrs Hafker How Is jour friend JIfo WaHman flaskerPooriyheshoine sick whydcsetjus1tollMrr Has rfou said he was Komeslclc and I dost understand how be can be homeglck and home attha tame timn d homesickMsa dId t s1t7ha homesick but said he YaBhomestckl nonsenseHasfter jliraI p in tit In theflratdI iiii21dash buys this set of fine solid oak niiaaiosi style library or living room furniture artl you can pay balance M itsuits 7 your convenience The wlioket Pt large rocker arm tbabrtctpl1on I eglSI Every and exactly of the chairs and rockr TN t cpriuga ztre oittempercd and lag wartisl thelvr en you can get r otit pjecesffor 1375 osify C1slia A you can PY b4lance at wyour convenience RoNuioTALUEUTINOr of and PONlargestMAR IIT live regular trade NIWSLEAbERwour what like in GUAR anything as = EXPERIENCE management Empldyed that abs will 4t ID use thoroughly of first that No about HnskprYo g tIII TIii I IcIIYOU sound ttar I 1t1 Keynote and awe f l I ii H pJay ttte iiius i u WK MarKs 5oosSuccessor io Marks A Green Rough nci dressed lumber l o t shingesEvery64t 11 I 4 building line 1 ELECTRICAL and MAGftlNB PORk DON JJ causedbypains f Sloans Linimenti 1 soothing extetnal5 l applK tldiV s stops neuralgia pains at oncei quiets the nerves relkyes that feeling ofnutubriesswhich is often a wimmg of pra1yisand by iits tonic effecjrson the nervous and muscular tissues gives pennne as well as iiiimcdi ate relief V Orjc Application RelUVW tUMr J dllKK of tioo Ninth StSE WashIgtospC 1rn ent tOtry1iaiAfteroneapplicatlonmUltlt since trSloiUis Luumeuti tbeb t remedy for Xheumatisnit Stiff Jointsi fad Sprains and all Pains At All brugglsti Price 25c O9eM 1O Sloan TreoUo on the irene Mat Free Ai W DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS Remedies are NeededWere we perfect which we are not raedlcieetf woeldSpot often bb needed But atqce our systems hays he thaoIndiscrCtions ttifthnjogh ountle5s generations remedtc wisaid Nature irt correcting our infcsrfcd HeJ J4hn JM ocquired ncakncsscs To reach the seat olatoskweakness and consequent digestive trouMetf Atttnothing so good a Dr Pierces Col4ea MeIMoaI Diasoy- cry a giyccrio cumpoundcxtsecd fret w di FotWnlHeQtbuIsteutiusiDerangementcthet riteieHlhzoH S iJiQ tjw =gtYou cant Jotil bsecretMskwas a l IW 4bMOn5iCO boll9sdisihe OP xsoyncoromoe iirt eyes eke dealer uiy thereby mes a JitHe hier pr4 DS11 Piesasne 2eifsi rgulste sd Loite stoisseb liver II- JoeIc Bujfircoittatl thiy Qyta take a s ndy Lat i A I r T DR G T BUOM 4 4pI DtNTIST nETw ttXllACrED NITHOUT PAIN CIUlI 4k P iIr a Jrsiv ipIINGP1ILD KLt 1 mil DsNt1 Work Strictly FiNtcs-y f I i 1jR J e A1utD l l w iii Sii1iit 1 I l cosk rtoQam11 1to2pm OioM over Haydoas Drugsor 0 JILlJmpton Mp OfWsPk He S 1 adec Ho i7titjt WFGRlGSBY r tYAT LAYlJ eflIr k rJ 1IltD8JDLDii i it Dr HW HYATT oSte Rid Crow Dni l br5 Once hourlt1attl0JtO to 12 m 4 to 5 pm t t l 4QHN Y MAYES i lUlEJUiU E uiKECIOR t L lAID UCEISED EMIJllMEIi 7k TELEPHONE DAY 1C NIQHT 74 111tt t ifJ IPfF TRUSTY feV PRACTICAL DENTIST l OIC gyer JlTc1o rHi t i I PS1 work treMnblepriof t j kParan IPRINGPIELD tCY 4 I R5chedULtt lii g the time McbEduh i R eect on the i3ardstowin id Bprligfield bamch railrod t r 5Mo 41Xaeavei Louisville ti iS 4iKp Brdstown Jufltioisll ffp In Brdstpwn 6C6 p m rrlvat Springflelcl 655 p m 11f 42 Luvcs Springfield HI xlj1ijfBardato1in 45 m Bratown Junction 780 a m 4 irivM at Louisvillle 820 a m No4aLeayes Louisville a 720 a m Brown 3ujsctio- i865a att Bardstown lQ05a in b r MTiYI at SprlBgtleld 11 40 p m 1t 4Laeave1Sprngtie14 a iOO pm Bardstoiyri 220 pm I Brtown Junction 410 p m arrives at Louisville 1545 pm r ISjEriit and Shade Trees fI 1 Strawberry Plants AsparagUR Black berri s Rasp- W berriei Roses Rhuburd eio d jWrite for ree catalogue Wf f 1avoo agents T filai F1i11eiineyer Son- r laO Lexington Ky t t r t ii f Big Mack JjWnt make the season at ny place 8Iiiites from Fredericks J own Ky1rat J IT1srea lJyiCtf fBgKackisl by the ateJA SstQPOns BlacK Spanish Jacl r andyiiut oJe1ioet sIred by Eapie fejfcVi be by Gbv Wood Vreta1nd on aU colts ti s5f tcure payment ot service fee i JWWILLETT r iAjiw E Hobbsj tr j EXPER1 48ce JtasTheraIeu- b M ifH e eube seen at rM4w11Iigh4I1e nOr1bi- ll l f4ll p ctJ 1I1B1ftws raaa gD sst ofr 4 fIIt tll r 1iteioI j r Me 201 1 DWIttsiey sad I44Sr1HI OR BACKACHE flNft KHWilv iJfifiHN Hfi iJ LCI11 ltappsiInts1 oT Interest JT I 0 WN The Frsshut and Latest jI I AIIAtoHt U I Friends I aN ACfHIllMtailCtS 1 TQ PICS Si1 I rll rrIFOR RENT psturejSP Fon SALE or Shorthorn cow E F Donellv FOR SALE Poland Ohina Boars jGFOR RENTTwo nice rooms over Shadieri k Mullicans groc try L AlBnrnsV FOR SAIJI2 yearling South- down Backs C L Grundy FOR S4tE Onehorse farm wagon Almost good as new W K Robertson Partita using stationary sprink llen u t cut them out at once Springfield Water Light po EaR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1 Pola d ChinaBoar registered R L Bush The ladies of the Christian countyCallrf The remains of Gep Grundy colored1wbod1ed in Indlanapo- Us led1 arriyed here Monday Be was well known here bavin been a plasterer If you want nice light biscui UsN While Rose Flour If you want nice light white cake Oen Johnson Hour Mfg by Willisbursr Roller Milk An alarm of fire whiclrcreated considerable excitement for a- While Wan started last Friday whfti it was reported that the house of Mr Charlie Noe was on fire The Fire Department eIsponded but before their arrival the blaze was fortunately ex tiagnished Theelection for school trustees will le held the first Saturday in Augustt All the odd numbered districts will hold elections the even ones having held last searI will nojt hold this year Forms for petitions to get ones ame on the ballot are now inI the hands of the Superintendent and will be given out for the ask inn A few days ago the suspension bridge at Tatbam Springs cross mg the creek between the Hotel and the barn broke and One person Mrs Satterly suffered a broken ankle Quite a large number opro pie ere on the bridge at the time when the large wire cables by which the bridge is suspend ed snapped and the crowd was precipitated into the croek beneath Beyond a few slight oruises and considerable shak ing up no one was injured ex ceptMrs Satterly The Chantanqua at Lebanon has been well patronized by the people of Springfield and Wash- Ington county in fact our town looks deserted every afternoon everybody young and old being at the Cbantauqua Our ball team has won tbtus far over all who have crossed bats with them having beaten the Strong team of Greensburg Thursday by a score of 7 to 0 On the fourth they played the fst Bardstown team defeating them by a score of 4 to 2in seven innings the game being called on account of darkness Sister Die bister Mary Reginald died ai St CathaFines Sunday of t complication of diseases Shf was a dzughterotthe late Wm SJ nllican and was known In her worldly life as Teresa Mullican Funeral services werVcotiducted Saturday in the Convent chapel and burial was in the Convem cemetery Sne was a sister pii MUseB Eliza and Eddie Mullican of this city Blifcer Mary Reginald was high ly regarded both in her worldly ni religious life She is well re MiDbtred by many who have Deem students of the Academy as CM ot its best teachers ti IIaliM-t lTM TiMJuyr Institute for ooih wWUai torM teachers Ifill to beUt ttelwek of July 31 BwfviSfoo Gpiyia will be Inii jtrttetar JojLthe white Institute which wilLBjwndacted at tire Graded M building willjb9the Some boys attempted to cele bratethe Fourth here by firing large canon crackers Thtre- is an ordinance against this in Springfield end Marshal Grace was soon on the scene and put a stop to this dangerous form of amusement Bank Statement The Regtrlar Semi Annual Statemelnt of Peoples Deposit Bank in tills issue of this paper shows that institution has en joyed another prosperous six months Out ofthe earnings of the first six months after pay ing alt expenses to date and all taxes for the year It paid sxper cent divided and added more than two per cent to its undivided profits Amount of Its loans indicates how well it cares for lits patrons DemocralicPrunary The Primary last Saturday passed Off quietly andput8 small vote was cast being less than 500 In the Senators race Ollie James receiyedSSQvotes andTHPavnterp26 in the Governors race McCreary re ceived 147 and Wm Add msB78 In the Lieutenant Governors race Edwards received 271 McDermott 128 and Stuart 15 In th Treasurers rac Thos S Rhea received 273 votes In the Auditors race Laffoon received 807 votes and Bosworth 132 In therace for Attorney General Jas Garnet received 828 and Ot H Pollard 56 C F Crecelius received 278 votes for Secretary of State In the race for Superintendent of Public Instruction Barksdale Hamlett received 97 Litteral 149 and R S E bank 125 In the race for Commissioner of Agriculture WNewman ire ceived 251 Hill 113 and wyatt 51 In the race for Clerkofr the Court of Appeals Robert L Green received 841 anti J Morgan Cbinn47 iSearcyMoore Mr Frank Moore and Miss Ethel Searcy were married yesterday afternoon at 430 Rev W A Wolfe officiating The bride is a daughter of Mrs Jen nie Searcy of this city and is a young lady who is admired by a large circle of friends while tbeI groom is a Son of Mr J L Moore and 10 an industrious young man who is popular with every body Immediately fol lowing the ceremony they left for a bridal trip to seyeral Eastern towns Those from a distance who attended the wedding were Mrs Hawkins of Lawrence burg Mr and Mrs McBride of Louisville i MisS Auda Carey and Oscar Shirley Mrs John Hardesty Dead Mrs Fanny Hardesfcy diedat ber home near Poln on last Thursday of paralysi from which she suffered a first stroke two years ago Mrs Bardesty wasf prior to her marriage Miss Fanny Snyder and Vas a daughter of the late Jacob Snyder She was eightytwo years of age und a lifelong resi dent of the county Early in life she was united in marriage to the late John FTardesty and the happy couple spent more than half a century of life with aach other Mr Fardesty preceding her to the grave about a year Mrs Hardesty was endowed with a generous and charitable disposition and was much loved by her neighbors She is Bur vhedbyIbe following children Mr Jas Hardestv Mrs JW- Bays Mrs Mary Williams ad Mrs Mattie Bayne Funeral services were opndhc ted Friday at Mt Zion church by Rev G iffey and burial was in thej cemetery there nti Saloon League Day The pulpits of the following ohurchea of Springfield and Washington vjillbeoccn pied Otlfl ext Sunday by representatives of the AntiSaloon League Kentucky Springfield morning jseryices as follow Presbyterian church Rev Louis S Fuller Superin ttendent Lexington district Baptist chucch Rev N A Palmer State Superintendent Afternoon services Mackyille 1 t 3iuc N A Earner ffBnptit Orrsriati church1 L S Fuer K f Ereiot S1 vices jingThldi Christian church thJflM E thurchtnitnIL SEtfler Willfsbur GllIlstidh Jh N A Patnerv SEmANNUuCLRTATEMENO lEII Peoples OF rK Z5 ejosIBath j at close of buamess June 30 1911 REiROE S Loans and Discou its 35905P88 Overdrafts 7803181 Banking Househ rr 500000 Cash oh hand and due from Banks A 434b939 Total yii J 41532208 LIAI ItITIES Capital Stock a 8 5000000 Surplus J i r 3500000 Undivided Profits 123791 Tax Fund t 69664 Bills redisconnte iu 1J 5944944 Individual Deposits i 26893809 Total i41532208 Gross earnings s x months Ji998070 Bal undivided pr f its an1 1911 1 il 1923 iP 73 94 Disposed of asfouows t rPaid dividend No 43 i Gpercent 300000 Paid Expenses ia id a taxes v 523849 Paid Tai Fund 69664 Bal undivided pri jf iits 2 percent 1237911Q 17304 GEO D ROBE SON Eres I H THURMAN Vice Pi s J A BOpLWARE Cashier W C ircqSORD J4AsstC- hr1EFRCNAL Mrs Herm Hays of ouisI ville is the gust of her parents Mr and Mrs 3eo Edelert MisMary Ilelle Ross sre tured to her home after a visit to Miss Bessie Smith Mr Ed Kell iior Louisville is the guest of relatives here Miss MavJ Mayes isvisitmg frWdsm BIb infield Mr1 Wt F Grigsby was in Louisville yes rday Hon W McChordis ea gageS in the Phillips will 6on tpst in Lebanon this seek DrW FT bsty and family are visiting hi parentsin Webster county Mr Jack McChord has returned from Harvard Law School SMr S Bj VanArsdale of Chaplin Indi na 4s hern at the bedside of hh father Mr S 0 Vitn4rsdale Mr Jas Vhdmpison has re turned to his meat Indianapo lis after a v sit to his mother here Robert sand AR Sbulte were in Bloorr field Monday Messrs W F Hoelter Pat To bin and RfJ ontgoinery are at Tatbam this eek Mr John telan of Louisville is spending a oW days here with friends and relatives Misses Laura and LiUie But ler OfNew Hopo Alrf and Miss Charlotte Hereford of frurley Ala are the guests of Mr and Mrs W D 0 aybrook Mr aodMr John Ci Durret of Bloomfield are the guests of Mr and Mrs AY D Claybrooke Mr James B radley of Montana H visiting frlonrfs herel Will Greffriie of MurfersborQ Tenn spenta feW days last week with Miss Lizzie waters Mrs Alice Flunk and daughter Mrs Margaret Moreland of Louisville ar visitingrelativs in the county Mr Tom Fink of Louisville spent the Fot nth with relatives i here Mr and Mrs jLShiltz- sfinVafewd rsInt ron thisi w k Prof G W Colvin is in Southern K n tuckri this week conducting a tteachers institute Ben E Sitr m Harrv ShuIjtz L 0 Mfar to and T C Campbell were in Louisville Sunday Mrs N G Maiks has returu ed from a vis it to MrsWKM- srkF at Lotuls 21r and Mrs RA Bishop were in Louii iville last week Mr P Cj Cleaver was in Louisville SInday Miss IsabslI Mediy has re turned toh ir home in Owens boro She was accompanied home by liar sister M fdi W H Macauley C Miss Luc ce Pan has reJ urned to Louisville after a visit to Miss Mab1Wilh1ms Mrs E rTl B l 1ndilttlda- ughter OB Harfodsbuig are visiting horj4parents MK and Mrs J Y tyayes- Mrs 3 C Mudd and childrenv Mrs Jolla R Simms Miss Mary I I I Edolpn Mrs H L Smith Mrs W E Greene and Miss Mijrae Greene arp atrTatiam this week Mrs R T Bobannon pave a house party in honor of Mrs Bohan6rissist r Miss Hayes of LojiavTllG There were pre 5nt Mrs Carter of LouJsvitfet Mrs Owen of Shelbyville Miss Alfqe McElroy Mr Evan Qagan l j asS Robert Mayes t Hon T S May es iis still in Washingtonand will b3 therfor about empI0YJ more Mr and Mrs Sansberry of Bardswnre visiting Mrs J WI Kelly RodWharton of Louisville i iIvisiting his yarents here Mrs G D Robertson visit CityMoMoMrs H H Edlelen Sr and R H Edeledtfr andJoe Edeleo re visiting friends here Mrs R LBbldrick entertained at euchre yesterday afternoon Mrs Mary 4S O Blandiord of Larollth AlaM will arrive Friday t Visit Mrs Nannie Siminnsa Mr Jos Isham and daughter Margaret of Harrodsburg wera here Tuesday Miss Margaret Hagan ofJ Louisville is visiting friends here Mr T a Biandfrd spent lastweek in town Mrs MollIe Russell of Banls town lathe guest of the family oEd M Russell MISS Emily Byrd and nephews Chas and Ed Russell have re turned from Cincinnati where the boys have been in school t t l INDIAN WAS TOO NUMEROUS PHowwitted a Band of PursUers byEHis Ingenuity A member of the Canadian mounted police tells a good story of the cleverness of an Indian One snowy morning a hand of Crees awoke to find that about a dozen of their ponies had been stolen during the night Pursuit was lImmediately organized and in the course of an hour the trail was truck The band followed it for 30 miles or more till it entered a river and headS ed for a little wooded island Smoke wasMslng from the treesj and an opening apparently the month of a cave was in plain view Present ly a Piegan Indian showed himBeUrla front of the opening He was in war paint end at his heels was a dog Pretty soon the dog scented the CreeSj wb were lying low and Ijgrowling and barking The PlegD1looked up glanced abqu him a mo ment and then instantiyientered the cave In about ten seconds another Plegan came round the rocks and also went In then another and another and another The Crees lay sUent1rI In the bushes counting till upward lot 60 Plegans had come round the rockSoand gone IntO the cave and sUit kept coming Each carried a rifle When at Plait men had disaptpeared in the cave the superstitious and cautious Creea concluded that the- oevil spirit had something to do with It So thoroughly were they fined wit4lthis idea that even when it ments arrived which was j ha a few hours they were reluctant to attack the Island p That night however on6 Cree lealtt credulous than the others crossed overI the Ice to investigate On approaching t the supposed cavb he found that it was no cave at ail but simply an open lag leading some ten feet into the I rock where it made a turn and came out on the other sideJThere was the remnant of a slngteI campflre the ponies were gone and not an Indian was in sight The clevertPlegan thief by making the circ t the passage and the end of the island 70 times had so deceived his put Buers as to gain the time nececary torI his escape Youths Companion FleihReduelng Fad dthelets has been for fasting a week orsmore at a time or a diet of milk or buttermilk fbr a longer time Noth ing of that sort should be tried exceptI under the doctors orders and with his watchful eye upon the effects of the treatment Moreover one mustIexpect to give up work and go to bed so that no strength will be requlredtt Three splendid movements to beIused in combination with this dlelfare first rolling on the floor onett hundred times either once or twice a day The clothing should be very loose for this and one should work up to the hundred by degrees S cqnd rising slowly on the tiptoes and then with the knees stiff bending over un til the finger tips touch the floor This movement will require patience and perseverance before it is accomt pushed successfully but it is veryt important to nip reduction Third tending the arms on a level with the shoulders and twisting the upper part lof the body first to one side and thent to the thor slowly Harper Basar r End oVa Glorious darter Captain Cook had discovered tte Sandwich lIslands I want you to understhnd4istiedtYi though he that Im not the doctor On the occasion of a subsequeat visit there however the natives ha Ing ieard froni Copenhagen In Che S meantime gave him the disadvaaUfc of the doubt and slashed him Rolling Hint When hdillpg rice or bea r two things which will boll over ptt i a lump of butter size of a walnut pdlthll will stop the trouble at oactb4vcluatlen in axsrctsL Acquaintance iiudge you ook Jt tired Still holding that Job la the J department store Its tlmeQu fnpromoted Youpc Father Well hve bufil J a sort of way Im a o er in the daytinfe and a ntrjuml1 M night roo M i MV I MIDSUMMER VAGATIQrVTd i MAMMOTHl CAVE c J 75 ROUND TRIP rFROMTbcfA 3= aJJA11wAnd y Stati REGULAR TRAIN 600 A M JULY 21 t ALL EXPENCES AT HOTEL ONLY 5 50 Thta iIncludes vour brjlagt a4MlI m to the severar routes in the Cave One evening Iota pr met Ldeoraaaee A AgtSMm tt 1 McCREARi Will Head Democratic Ticket In Next Fall Election The Primary last Saturday demonstrated that M Ore rywas- the choiceof the two candiddts bis majority over Addams being bout 25000 In the race for Lieutenant Governor Ed J Mc Dermott won over Jas P4 Ed wards by 1934 majority In the Auditors race Henry M Bos woritt won over Ruby Laffooo by 942 majority Garnet won the nomination for Attorney General Barksdale Hamlett for Superintendent of Public Instruction Newman for pcmmisaipoer of Agriculture and Robert L Green for Clerk of the Court of Appeals The last named man will add much strength to the ticket in this county as be was the choice hori dilie James received a large vite although without op position Thos1 Rhei had noop i petition for Treasurervand C F Crecelius no opposition fiftrj ecre tary of State CHINESE MOTHER WAS STERK r Anecdotes About Chung and Hit Son Whom She Had Beaten When He Was an Old Man Klng yfeungB mother was called Cheting writes a correspondent of the North China Dally New She i was by natureno less stern tbaninteV llgent She was early left a wldo with a ion whose education she parI tonally directed Behind the residence was an oW wan fam1l7l this wall fell down when foundation wee discovered money enough to sink a ahlp The mother thesfblosgedheaven and said I have heard that wealth gptwiUibut labot can bring only misery to the person who receives it Heaven because of my departed husbands virtuous Ute hda pitied me in my poverty nd dealt with me I desire however nly that my orhan sod may learn and attain unto perfect understanding I m sot touch the money She there ore issued orders that the coin shouia be covered and a house built n the pot- Heraon Li Kingyoung Bubse uent ly became an official and even when whiteheaded he did not allow the simplest mistakes of his Inferiors toast unpunished He watone Urns taotal of CJhltaai and whea one of the 1thand straightway came forth into the Judgment halL There she made hex on stand up before her and fiercely upbraided kIm The emperor she said has i rusted in you with this great trust but Tau have usurped his prerogative and In administering punishment you do what you list You have caused a man to be beaten to deatl whO hunot been guflftr of any crime The bar moneof the entire district is jebpari- xed You wlUcompelyour old mother to go down into the grave laden with and disgrace How moreover will you dare to fade your ancestors She then ordered the lictors stand ing by who were full of awe at the J1Uihim ob the back until some oC the underlings came forward and begged the punishment be stajbd After time he yas released and the dljf fecled soldersieturnedlts their ai DRIGirOF Udancey l yANKEEJOODLEHI V Tune lIf Belltved to Hays Perfalned to a Country Dance In a man Province OerI Theories concerning the origin OfC the air of Yankee DoodieMhave bein 11 touchingleOne of the most interesting And s l thought the latest speculation this regard comes from Germany JI1I is contended that the tune pertained to a country dance of tbe district of the former province of Kur Hesse that it was called the gchwalnu and that the air was also played aa military march by bands f Hefsian troops durtag the war of he Revolution lQ studyingt the ancH of tke ichwalni the Qeriaam authority wu itralelt tiT U1r similar4 tyJU fetm tod rhythm to Yankee Dtolle tt to asfuned that as many l the Hewiaa who ierved in AmerU ft wer reenltel this district they arrtoft Tab i Deedle with them Yet while this theory may be ear wet M U Qe j l 4y it does aetjjcon dielag4 M taia tt tatreiuctloa into Aar Sir the aZrwu played bqs- eti b rs tM Hessian tO eaDie Lo stit appears ia a aewspape- rtewfef date M Ve ptbr 1768 and ta trVr toUT infiyewMt tokte bs I atuGt the W 1fttt Dv Irkbsrgha roR m t regular army ttcpsmiieadect it to the Iu Sfi b thlmo eIesat W alrt el martialusfeTh fn t ti l I NOTICE1 I The following few itfim we cMr to cdl yeMT attention to whereby you can MWC not g the same time Jet retiaUc foeeir Se e ourI Calla deeeor II Blue IictkmSI Enameled Ware Oiltstoys 1 iAnew lot of J DIAMOND EDGE i i WaterColors Razors Get ourp ices on- 5 Si stir KM f I Roofuig and o eis Plumbing 114Ak I a1Iand tec ut when JH town SHETZ S EIYBB y Q totrfyo4 iike 1iIII 1 I Iqoi t i I I 7 I p1III well made and perfectly deiicicKM t i a I v J v Give us a calL J jr I FlIZGERflLDlTLEil iT- t F f iti e i i I When do yduwnt the rigId ki 133- ofa policy Remctnher f V t I5 w IbecngIi Jut before the fire you catMO tra can t rf insurance compsillywleoe rd aaci i will k fuatantee to you tW ulfiltmMst fp r I have only compaiw i1tare em JI Ia fact one has been conUmimN y IMMSMM lei MS i years v i See meI let me protect yoss4jJI i iit iI r f fite t rr I r IZYavid i L1tt USE DJN IWitr AAnJdosstSopIaad1 SopIaad1u It wJI vi r II It 7 Ii r 7= THJS mm WAS SATISFIED l e i1iisosis DsHzr for C Cete ircnr fIMIt JJ lH aI waiter will accegt ji p wa w Ultt nd lfr tt M MtIIM II1 r fjJIbtI = ysstMy 7keM I v v1mg rib f Uip N xtrMNtea 9M CI aaM M v tsr U hT at Palm I 70 Ilk UI11e Isoft l1 A t b eMtre flr York I anfcMk at tfc fcoteT eMir ta tie i1 MM tit aVxt touk cterfe X AW t i He took Mi thru eall 1 Is MIM BMM r At the M tk tnt h solemnly hawk alff wattsi cct scott was wise W 1 ipa showed biti teeth apd 1 1 uL TlIe uIIIc apced toHte M IC tare e e1rt1 iVkip tatter WM about te IM watt 4 M kim with the treat tort pnetilkMcneM at every a1ni wsrM that Ute tip he Wt Wiilt dtory I =I Jaliiiil hfc kut s vfclltar IBM to twaiter ttfv Jaw IeretlMTtl 47 iiik waa the answer j MIou ao ethlBj after 3 T wtlT I t v Uaaouat jtof I s JMtt feM hip Have you got all I riitr Ute TWtor asked iiM hs hV aM the litter tIM kI tehrta the Scottre vttfc i hM tf peaales and I JhMJUl tMi over t tdn MitTtfeMi sal4 the an How iai k yrs and h hjasded v tp tM waiter tH 1 r jIlCTOIS FEE IN JAPAN t ffcyetah Bjmlveji a Rretent ef M MlN4I asPatLsPItCaui t Afferrf A JajMHMM sector sever dreams of aafaag a i er patleBl for atek There o U ayMiwfc 9M9Sf thtaltraterattrlia kaa Whan the twin ene aha pr rljrrmilJe L Invade a ItMM the a he who iakea aught from that kMM eve IIf It he given him1sa ptei rkd4 a recent lecturer XM IJPaLdoetor will not freeV3M him oiiy t tie over his dire neces JIths Every phyBlclan te tla own dlS tM r aa4 tk re are very few apotlio- eairiM aheve f the empire v vFhM Tevea artekma calls Inf r JM dw tot expect that he will lw =tT a las dlCa5v1CeS In jitM lueh thing as a octors bill ftMWV ht e te JayaM aj though nearly all IW M4 n fMHiBwi are 1rogue iherit Thrtrlct hoaeaty of the people does et mke Jt aeceMary for the doctor o ask a fee When he has finished his- Ti It the jpatleat a preheat te made J ssi just a4 Muck aj the patient rtfA ak aord The doctor smiles bowSS thaakshk IkMtld patteit aadthe tranMotloa r I The fre e Ahbstfd t estate Of Ahbotsford 11 forsMd durii the years J8li toeJtf 17 iremTarie Va small farms theflrat i j 1 m1wmoIc t r M WaJMr gcottB death in 1834 a com I AH e Of friends collected 8000 to ward the redemption of the estate an- dD MivCadeU the publisher contributed i t i rtOIt reeelvlag the rights over D Scots works The library and museum F abiea given some years before by t the creditors As his son Lieut Col j 1 W Vceit died on his way home from 0 todia the property descended to J R t Le khrt hi soninlaw and thence to ijk ia hter8 husbandiJ It Hope iMt Wheie daughter held the estate aoieyears Many Scott relics are- yMeervea la the house notably his l cIr Sand writiag table in ihe study aM kat and gloves In the hall LM yeIng Standard f dJI ArtMr Theory Knocked Out MJou a theres nothing In en 1 9 rtrkeatVif fa atr I insist thatlJVp the Inj t iiW ad fioi his surroundings It aii J geing to b great hell bet It rM la spite ot eyeythlng H1ow walt u minute You t Md ie he considered quite an 1m Pre n the little old hd tows didnt 1outU l v 5 am proud to sy that everybody ifiskeght IreU K me there Tftfwre Jiist as great now as you iwefi then rat your 4 iop rto good deal greater rw then kJi WMI ou see it all depends on 414fcsttt a xsad There you 4f 1aeie1r bIri10U have to get i toWeatlfy you when you eat toMh a checkIor d New Hhere s where youre dead juba Id mat I knoy a bartE2J r two always cashes thy checks wIth if i itak1ck A JFj Wanted Epitaph to Endure x4e da Gpncourt the French rlPitttod that be worjedi- wSk 4 iieye to his epitaph arid he 1ij jj tH eptpk to endure for a ljg ttart He records fit his journal rlM Uycllit that the woVld may kt may set last forever is one- e cOaafly mis my mind with + i jisusa I sbeaW vdefrauded by the 9otthis planet for I have JWJ1U osly la the hope 9 t eternal 4 jfcaM A riatat1on lasting 10000 Jf rf eve ieoi years would beI t j jMNf r ti ciioaa It would have l it b tetter to oung aimlessly tiia Hfe dreaming and smokinsr tt awar r r 4 Lt f CKJ N TH G JjFRKN C Pawuhops Agi Under DIreSt Gbveriv merit andsMuniclpar Coritrol and the Mates Are Easy i f When the Parisian wants to raisa a tetn be does not have to go to pawnshop which Is kept for uncles1 prtopte profit All the pawnshops at Frame are under direct government Md municipal control over each ball the national flag of France and the doors are guarded by Arerich aol French borrower BPoot1 putting of his goods 3p the WJthOleover the sum to be advanced for the lepple know that all the profits of the establishment will finally go backto them Fpnrflfths ofthe value Is advanced on articles of Jewelry while on other articles about twothirds is allowed The interest Is 7 per cent per annim UDrDItunttefor many years without being able to ze1ese1the article the authorities will lfetun it without any further fee When Interest has not been paid the object in question Is sold by auction land after the sale has been effected deIducted finn the o1eySecured and the surplus goes to the borrower Should the money remain unclaiml ed it js turned over to the French hospitals These hospitals profit to the extent of about 2500 a year The number of p wned articles to ftate 2000000 annually In Paris alone of which 1000000 are effected at a loss since no auction will bring a complete return on small objects but urIs does not trouble the officials Con cernedj for shpuld there b a defl t ciency on the other 1000000 articles the municipality does not hqaltatt to raise the rates and thus by means of an indirect taxation the welltodo sup sort the needy These pawnshops require a large eapKal which is usually subscribed y legacies gifts and subventions of tha state department or the commune In this way some of the establish l dents are st well endowed that no terest Is charged to nephews This system hits enabled Paris to conduct the largest pawnbroking busJ1 aess in the world The total revenue IaccordingL Turkish Customs Changing The attitude of the hanpuns to med lead practitioners lisa changed much of recent years Twenty or thirty years ago no Turkish woman would ever save submitted toa physical ex amlnation by a doctor All he could havQ persuaded her to do would hava beep to show him her tongue through a Tent in the yashmak or let him touch her pulse from behind a heavy curtain and in the presence ot course bi an arguseyed eunuch or old female slave Any attempt to apply a stethoscope to the chest would have been spurned as an impertinent presumption of western barbarism No matter ho severe the illness the medical man could not go beyond certain strict limits of Islamite usage and tradition al custom Even in cases of imml nent danger to life these eqanty llmP Its were never allowed to be over stepped and the belief In the incanta tions ota priest and the house remj dies of old ignorant and superstiUpsS women l eld unlimited sway and wan always greater than the faith ituthe efficacy M medical skill and science This Ik now changing and changing rapidly There ares of course still wheremany exceptions antiquated radheredr t become rarer with each advancing year Maiiy Turkish women will nowI when ill voluntarily call on a medical practitioner 1Where1 that august body the United states senate Wh re they are mostfrequent 4y pronounced A senator rises in his place and do lareathat they do things thus and so out In loway Senator Bailey refers presently to the gentleman from Iowa with the accent on the ob while Senator Cummins carefully refers to the land of his political birth as Iowa with the accent on the I Senator Gallbager talks about SeD rBeveridge as the gentleman frpm InJIana Nevada runs a perilous course from the Nevada of Senator Newlanda where the fa is very tong to the Nevada with the short a u it Is ordinarily pronounced l colorado Arizony Wyoming Hawayye and Oklahoma battle ro- me J amid a conflict of pronunciations I the senate would bea bQ1s1 pt questionable authority to pass og geo graphical naniesBarpers Vekl IIIHorse Killed Man Thtiv Throna from her carriage when the horse attached to Itbecame frightened and ran away at 31st and Dovereaux streets on Sunday afternoon Mrs Christina Crump 45 years old of No crushedjtime later serenyear- j son who was In the buggy vas thremi out hut escaped with xinly Might bruises even weeks ago the womaxia hus r tand qasthrOWn from the same hors ja the same neighborhood and us Uked Injuries Which caua OMkpatro hie loUrnal s qetz Yct Think j t psia a wo sa experience with every L sd kiadnes always associ wiw ILad e se be almost a infracle uI wos yLs a5aait wiMt she re i a susky thais iiao iaes who vouId Lt y bs fre s vvnieg ispta Ywtp1fakeaY1 f jS fretsi palaS44 mTh1Ias ri 1 1 I I S D Peo WkS1 Dispaery Med I1klI1 N V 7 w wom tho1 to m d taDr tecoieasiIis1a m MdssI dyrr4eed uptod in ovcrs frbi 31 e5a R FA EI Prof Pascfikisi toff yieiaivlValuable Advice Expert Jn Dermatology Tells Men Women What tg PoI5 ProperlyMlj Qarlng for SkliiCarSful to Soa- pVIeitiiaProfHeinrIcti 1 81di6thiulshedmember faculty of thd University of anti a high authority in derm VieiniI has beeq givingihlV valuable advlfce in cosmetics IBult of many years tJ1erG1 that doctors make a In leaving beauty culturb to man cures and qiacksasthey themselves are much better able to detect the i VhY1Jcalthereby bringing happiness to many women and men too Professor Paschkls regards wane ing and Ijathlng as the foundatioiw of all cosmetics Tie race should be washed morning and evening thu body once and ttio hands several ttimes during The day The water i should not be hard rain river qrj boiled water is best For the body tthe water may be according to custom and sensitiveness from60 to 68 degrees warmer for the hands and quite hot for thq face As refresher tinj mediately after the hot water cold water can be used t f bathe theface A quick succession qf hot and cold face ijaths Is very good for treating red faces and tile same may be used jfor red hands Fragrant toilet additions for tho iface washing are often desired cspc dally in the summer But all iJorta of resfnous Solutions such as benzoin and balsam tinctures should be avoided as they tend to stop the etuda ttions from the oleaginous glands A a1oncjjbe added with benefit to the water for washing the race For the ordinary bath aromatic jtinctures or ether oTis nixed in the watei will not only produce a plea ant o otbut will also exert a mildly stimulating ion the skin Great care naust be exercised ia the choice of soap kaUBuaps be avoided as they often Plod shouldIeruptions Neutral soaps are preferred The soap must be oughly washed off and the sTciE dried With rough linen towels lsyt vigorous rubbing toward the center Sensitive skins should be dried wlth a soft cloth An air bath Is specialty good tot the body after the ordinary one highly Important Is the treat IVery the skin after washing Some after tre linent is r aUf nec essary not alone in beauty Culture but for the rational care of the skirt OIntments ptfwders alcoholicl liquids or combinations of various kinds cab be employed according to individuality and the special qualities of tie akin The oldest practise that of anointing is seldom employed iii Austria as the climate is apt to inakQthe skin too moist rather than too dry For women particularly the bst after treatment of the slut Iawith ptwdert especially for the face neck and fihbuldertf With few exceptlonsi when properly employed there Is notnlng to bo said against its use 5ut rong starch powders qnd till unknown preparations should be carefully dry1iS body there Is nothing better than the finest talc powder But as It Is shiny and doesnti sUck to the skin it must when used for visible parts of the body be mixed With some preparations of chalk or oxide vpf zinc As white and roso colored powders make the skin look blue ttiey should be mixed with yeN low ochre and a little carmine made 16 a chamois color This will take some troubLe as yeltyw ochre pro duces rio many shades For special powdersmaybemJxedtOgetber ofyellow ochre and umber brown prpfectton against tho sun Ip lUcY case before going to bed the must be removed from the by grease 1AI1otherafterheatmentcons1sts in1 torusecohol for the summer and for bru nettes altogether EASY LIFE IN SWISS PRISON So Much Luxury That Convicts Have Little Desire to Escape Scenes at Sarneh + LondonPrlson life in Switzerland is a luxury instead of a punishment The comic opera jail at Thorburg where the Inmates did as they pleased has only recently been suppressed byj areIpui p nal OswaldI who tIon that institution baveil farbetter time than hundreds ofjfrjee Swiju thelr1bread opmondressedwhIte stripes walking alubut thernviI lage smoking and joking Others were seated in cafe and milnJherCnUon of a new building ITo his aston ishment the correspondent found that the mOn woio convicts from the can tonal prison close byI These convicts were peimi tcd to leave the prison arltn the morning and b 1itworicaround Sarnen or walk Bbbut the country until nightfall when they return of their own nWord to the prison warIrjl1nqulsblngLJi 1lbertyat ptlier men and tire more over fed and lodged for nothing IThe moqqy earned by those convicts who dh0O8OtQVOrk can pa spent as they LIke One onvlft who Is em plpyed 11 de F 1t jocal m ghtl tratejjSghda bja mpn hjr salary to his Wlf 5andi1dreuj r TW or lire4 ctmyictfl escaped ntuaIjolYfettJYJllt reprimanded ibjey were allowed td Tatacn to It4x iLUarfwenta CARINGFOU RE8OGNIZEDtI1EALTHJNrSociety t k IJCCkThatrIJCCIJCCtf tc thly at thi gate f WIWtt be Jossi lior mc to afr ouraa establlahin herer4sbeSaid Certainly maaa J te urn desirable ntionrS T think dont care to be ficartlivffraff t InndgEIIyou should exnet n eno difficulty iion0IosIt whet t Uke Ir f Dear me yes J IIAti1m1te a spI 4geatJ X O certainly j mlrst1mb1Quito right Hftrn tickets free You have opera v Several devotee tb tlio haut tdnK The laity lorghetto Sin TumllBd med1r1r lpo you he said lamigre tatbly BuriirTno iiiwas afraid taisi plAcdiins not kep tux to tfqntorm to tlicbost standards lIt troubled me tc thlnkL might poe Ibly have tQ aso- clafewtlv my infO TdKi ffrn gladtc toito that you bs yo tjch a 8enEi bi glatIonnr made 9n cart i1nd II wltroubl iichrgIpiedl papers jHis respectively Sorry madam bVt that will bo IrtJ vose1tlIo M Sho gazed aihilji haughtily1 Howls thataifie asked sternly There are no japers here There are no society mans No mattev what you are dolfc the public a in absolqte Ignorance itt And sinking bac R she mutt rcd soft Iy tojiefself L 5TiIsis lIpdeed leULito THESE WOMP N f Mr Smlth as sIOlt a black l1 red Mrs automobile mith ie was loin so Tat I didnt notice tl at But she had on bandfwhitel Iofr i As It Mtiiit Have Been Maia mid die c1iolorictfathqt jff beautiful daUHfit ir Who jvasrthavl young fool wlCalled on you lasl r7J1ntYou shall ki thvln dUo ttmesalc5 Marie But i rst I f want to know Bdmethlng Wt s he ypmig fop bt cause he called oh me What v Qrwas he a young fool because hi thought me nU active enough to talk to me until ml night Wby I suppose yc iithlnk that any youna man who coriip tpthis house at all is a ioung foot 1u why Nowsee herje Is It bccaui ii there are so many girls who hay sensible fathers that on3 young men wbb calls on ths tlauphter of flliature old curmUa gcon is a younK fpol Fir goodno f sake But I suppc OsbbI ught to gurglerbe p Itelulsobbecausct- ou didnt call him a fool to his face for coming tot eameI knpw you de spice me bop 1 obttnBut Maria a is talking to space The kOle tic fath had lied to the cyclone etiarSundo ilaBazJne of the PlUs hurl JDlPpatcb WOVEL HOLDER FOR PLATES LeopofBrai lli Fdstenecfto the Wall That aye Ornaments Prom Be log Smashed This sketc UluBtrates a venTuseful hint to prcveptnt ornamental platoy f placed eItheiupan the mantelpiece or sideboard fii slipping forward and perhaps ibeln broken Most people have sufferod l from anacqident of this kind at some l1meCr othe and Jt very often hn pens Utat not only is this plate brokenfbut some other1 little oVl IQ t nament nelaV 4l hand knocked ifftwiT and damaged also It moreL consists of r loop of braid chosen of some dark color so that It twallt t t drawing p ff At thl end of the loopf small plec of wood a piece of a match for initaq 4 la Iown in so form a lit lie rfb andl prevents thlpUl lPODrtJ If t loop with the pPrlioit of tho match sOwn h11Its place and in the aifcetchtha wav in w ilch the braid Is utilized Is clearly aU ojrz WEIGHT OF A SOUL ALLEGED DEMONSTRATION l ii WRITERI It Experiments at Dr Macdougall of fAmerlcarmvyelBhIng Dying Per- Sons Declared Inconclusive and Not tolBb Taken Seriously ITher Is a popular notion that the weight of ttfo Jiving body is lloss that of the dead oneVVsays a Writer Jn l the Lancet In a recent issue of tho dtettJssLeothe behavior of a crocodile which tnII shotdead while It was basking asleep on a qqicksaiid When shot the crocodile began to sink ansI almost disappeared boforo It could be jeachei Tho correspond oat Is clearly inclined to accept thj popular npion of an Increase IIi weight at death but for the fact that recent bysomoIlearned ftuthcjrUlos America hRV- eproved that a dead body wris lighter ltban a living one Froni this ttiey the learned uuthqtlties doduco tim the soul had ardfcflnlta weight in pounds avoirdupois It Is possible with the experiment Ho wflich tbo correspondent of the Wlon et Mall refers The wOro made J recorded a fe yeurs ago by Dr- HaverhnJrMassJ Patients were weighed in tlu tact of dYing The scales urscTt reconll any increasa or decreasQ beyqxu the fiflh of an ouncenot a pOTtlcu Starly delicate inslriimaht for estima ing the weight Dltha part of theiiv tug body which is usually regarded as Immaterial and imponderable In the first of a series of six ex periments Dr facdougall placed man dyfng from pulmonary tuberculo sis on the scales The patient lost weight at the rate of otiosixteenth o an ounce pet minutc until the moment of death when the beam end dropI pod with an audible stroke showing a sudden decrease of threequarters of Ji ounce In weight What wns- the clOseofthe sudden decrease DrrjAfacdpugall after xcluding the lOstr due t4 escape of breath and fluid con tents lotI the body by evaporatloJi other natural means concluded rf the marked and sudden dccreasp wai due to cicapo of the soul ubstance tnbls ptrtIculaz Instance thasoul- oas evidently Very material one weighing threequarters of an ounce 1The exierImenter1eztendod h BOb sIervatlons to dogs lut the results momentIshow any alteration In weight Wa aro of the opinion that the correspondent of the Pipneer Mali In seeking to explain the disappearance of the shot crbcodllQ In the quicksand need not take his learned authorities too riously Dr Macdo gall s observa tlpns are to be explained by a peculiar pn the part of bin scales or on Ibias part of his friends who assistedl At least the scales used byj other invesUgatbrs base refUsed to reveal any sudden diminution Jn tin lwegbtot The body at death termjdoathl culatton have ceased but In a cirl strict sense the death of the body la gradual tha muscular system Tor In r houNrviJllal It H Tired Watches GhrlsUim H S rohn St Louiajcw- cler i In snaaldng of Watches saidt I suppose you dont know that watches fiko human beings sometimes dont go for the very reason thoy are tired out and need resting SometImes a watch is brought to mo wilch is all right Nothing about it is out of order and it is fairly cjcan When they become sulky and refuse vto run except by fits and starts the best thing to do is to lax them aside iop a good r sLcThe mechanismof a tired watch seems to be In perfect condltlon but ft julpt wont work Tho tact Is that long and faithful sendee has thrown It slightly put of adjustment In perhaps a dozen places Scraping and clean Istlte theIfully as ever J The Quiet of the Home snfdhrful quiet homo Well said the widower of a con ple sometimes it worlcs that way likejolnin Hard Luck H v was praising her hair today was orarvS7Jlr Bee couldnt tell him she had mlfe4trom mot Do lieu Get Up a Witha Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable ra Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and IiiLibladder remedy be s III cauSe Of its remark restoringiimtv Root fulfills aliiiost ievery wish in over 1k coming rlicumatistr III pain iu the back kdr uulfncys liver bladder zuidOreIypttrtoftbcrt t corrects mabihty to HoHwaterluid caldingpain in possingit or bad effects followinguse ofliquor WIDe orlbeer ami overcomes that anpicason- tnoessity of being cqmplledto gO often I lliroagh the day and to get up many tlriies duriuf the night SwampRoot is not iecommendedtor- vvcrythiug but if you have kidney liver justtheongblv tested in private practice and lias proved so successful UiaTa special ar tamjenient lias been made by whish all readers of his paper who iaye not al reatly tried it way have a sample bottle 5cn free by mail also a book telling mr te about SvauipRoot and liow to Onilfcuttfyouhavektd u = jotTetiu1 j 1pBoaIpiinjtinmto1 t andonedollar size bottles are sold by auiyniistakcrbutDr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dxeNDIngIiamto1zNY on CY bottle r t t Ti rOMEfl HlttrtS nJItI ar7 once Cr Instanae thy wIl remember perswiadresaonce oven to the colors of the fcalr and eyes after a apro glimpse This gEliunltsomj e culUv tdit The 1gUt b910n womeahoweverfort take avay ttbS moat vivid impres jslonsj of peopb they have traveled with for a sbortUm only ana have thdyhaveWomen s ayes need to bo as ken as they arc kindly In her housbbold all depends on them AVoman lis thisI first to notice any little rift witbln the lute of homo life and Tailuje in tho health of those sheloves aiid has thecrq of Ani lapsfe from the ao customed any trouble unexpressed unhappy1tlgrer Intitij dat perhaps coarser fiber would aim ply have no existence Her intuition is at times divine IThe eyes of a goo womanIIt How gently hw clearly pow truthfully t they look out op iifq JlO1 pleasant l11 on those they gilard HIl1tytboI- i homes that dwell In peace andsecnr Ity beneath tim loving care of a true t wproans eyes v H5w ROGERS GOT HIS START Famous Sculptor When Young Dry Qopd Salesman Made a Carlca ture of HIsEmplbyjer daybyatf amusing caricature of himself done Iin pencil t GoqdgOOdfihelt latfghed thata bxcollent AVhd did Itt A yOung salesman at the linen counter Ho scratched It off as you passed the other momn4I man aged to get it front him and now hea feared stiff for fear youHI see I tIwas the laughing reply Scared stiff ishei said Mr Stew art with a twinkle in his eye Just tend him to me wUl You V A little later a slim youth entered IIr Stewarts private djfllco And said f he understbdd ho Jjad been sent for i Yes paid Mr Stewart gravely and f holding up the sketch asked iDIdyou do this The lad grew pale and staolmercd IIbeg your pardon aiiit was only ottenseIj youll when and saId Dont say any m orL njy boy Im only joking Your sketeh Is ex cellent and as it would lfc0 a sin to esp a man of ybur artistic talent boo suppIY70UMr Stewarts proposition wjas gratefully accepted a dlt was thus that John Ra Rogers the sculptor began Ids arthstlc career f Lord Bronghams OratjJry jwe liaVe no orator in the least like Lord Brougham since the close of Broughams public career Everything that nature could do fit as ap Ijearanco manner and voice were con cernedshe had done to prevent him from being a great orator and yet a great orator he undoubtedly was II wonder what the house of lords Just aow would think of a peer who 1ges JUghan11tVasj impossible to listen to Brougham and nott be carried away by the force of lils Intellectt by his torrent of wor4sl liy the sudden whirl and eddy of hfll apld illustrations and by tnOlonce id shorter stretches of quietude depose slonally Carthys BomiaiscensoJ rl J He Is Stllllnqulrlijl0 tFourtbon years affo when Thomas Cbqper lliving on a farm two mlles frdfti Ldxini on Mlchj win1thirteen trears old he began walking Into the Wwri every day and asking for mail at thfr post pfflce Thomas iis now twenty eeven years 6ld and ho has not missed one single weekday In all those years Regularly every morning be has taken thoe ntltfItletter but he isuot discouraged He belIeves oho will come for lmsom day even If It only a dunning lol t r i jARLY RISING BAD FOR BOV Londoner Maintains That Children UpI Before i 11DullLotfdon The od id9a that It Is goOd for beys to get up oarjy and hUs1 tIe hbOtJt was vigorously assailed 1t a nubHc inquiry at Skiing gardens into tha London county council bylaws regulating the employmant bf children j 1under1 man a London count council headmaster who raid oapIoythcnt hi barii bore shops was particularly objection aBl19a8 the boys learned to bet oqd talk about horses end horse rnclngI I Young children who had early W9re liable to be dull during theIj day j It was he continued unnatural for lioya to go to bedat 730 In the eye ruing It was dangerous to health to Ings get up early in the coldwIntqtmorn Td say Jt Is not natural for boys to irn to bed n Ttn besido Ihn point a doctor said in commenting on the dvldence Th0 naturaTlhfrig to do la to sleep when you are tired and got upI 1Childrennine hours sleep aud should not have to work so that th1r systems areIovertaxed If they do it Is quite prpbaule that setting up in the dark on raw winter mornings will particularlyt when they Intro to trudge1 through snow and slush give rise to bronchial unit tlung trouble They ard not In a condition resist chllla jto nut yQU never heAr 61 a well ted boy whorises with tho dawn to go out and amuse himself doming to any harm It doesnt dp to coddle boyfcr and It is wicked fo ovwork ifcCf Overworked childrea arttlu duljtsr physically not inentall I 6 P7V Irx = 1 t i II Ia CASTII IIIPorWant and Ch1ej The Kwf You HI Always Boogh l il1tlAO1lOL3pEjjNp h irnb IiiegeabeIcpaj rt ISmililwFoetfan BearS the P 4 iIUL Signature A rt frp Promnfe Diesjionrt of XiT fifness andResurontalnsncitol Pa nphmiMorphiiierioricraLl J 0 NOT NARCOTIC G1 5I J T culep t 1 Ii Jo Jtr k- DQ ApcecRemdyforCci eJtlonSourStomhJIIan1sca Vonas JComTdsionsJerensi j 0a rtcssaniLOSsOPSLEEP 10r iii4IYeas I JC ejCASTORIA r Exact Copy of WrapperS I a Failed in Health t My mother died six years ago wrIts MIM Ruifc Ward of JerseyViHe IIU and ftmefaI care for ii i- rchildren I had never been shxfngr arid this With the of her death was too much Jor me v I 1 IIfaJleg in health llyjas tired alllthe time arid not want to gO anywhere nor care for company I had the bearingdownpaiiisA asJthadnow ILamin good health anT TCARDUI1 J44 1 t He Womaaj Tsiic Womens pans ate relieved o prevented ari4wometts strength is quickly restored by Cardui the womans ttoiiic You yourself know best if you iieedit or ntlv If youvdo need it do not delay but commence Idf use ft at once xEv ry day of delay only lets yoiA slide ifunhec down the hill Dont wait then but begin t WceK9lKi7tiimlt imffi use no matter how prolonged cannQt harm you arid jfm surely do you gpodJ J arWrite fa Lidlc AdvJsoryrpept Ctalfailooci Atcdidne Co c3iaflMLrI for jctorttcaons andB4ia2ft book KoiM Treatment Woisa H t IL Si EVERY BUSINESS 19Iri f LhSbtb iniportancejof local and long distance conducting Iti all jbcuinesi cif Yl5 ofttime arid money Unexcelled telephpn service = ibs- ovOr Ijthe lines of the CUr itiEr1andT 1ephon Qind Tri c pany Lohgdtstance connections to all importMri JRsJa United States rjdtes reapnabe service the best 1 e ICaMnimLANDrekcJ PIlO ETEI1EGRAilrtoM iy 1 FlncQrpoatdj t x it 2 r 7TTm TT r7HA 0KERVY S DAWAGED NoS E Inquiry AboHt ItEmbarrsist Dinner Table JSuest Who Wit tHe oOne Who BcbkeMt Thackeray r occasionally met InJI aletyt and 1 renjember per e1rr n g a ireadful blunder during a dinner at Khich he was one of tDe guests As tuck would have it I Tctiaaced tQ be placed next to a ilr Yenables to Whom 1 had only beeni IntroducedtiIat evening He seemeda pleasant man and we were soon engaged inQW agreeable conversation wb lch eventu ally turned upon tint great satirist sitting spmelittlp dIstancQJaway wltk whom I observed nir neighbor appeared tp be well acquainted Think ing thls was a good opportunity of clearing up a point about which at that time I Was completely ignorant asked hIm erhapsiyoucan telX die whether the malfpnnation Ir- Thackerays rise is naturalor the i wit of an accident Tpfiny great yurpriseylfj Ycnablea- seemed much upset by coy question stammering out It wWf u Jurcd In ai acc ent al school lu I could not an derstand his confuslop but asking iomo coo Jt reason afterffdinnerj ful IY realized what an iinfortunatO quesI Uon J lindaekddwhenjl learned that 1it wits Mr Vertabtef wile aaa Boy vat t school hadsbrpken Thackerays 119S8 In a flgtit Exc ange e rHereford ateer I yeara old When shown atrtiiJpiir nauorinlLivc StookShcrtv beionly wQllJ third prize becau eha was slittle oti1eWbtUDPyfmenolMH fotd rj t1 Water for Hogs v The bog that lai not properly wmterrT 144 becooiastoo mufih constipatWr J vrhlcb tfs the foritrJinner ny r troubles and dlsekiA H therefore fn keeping ilia bow W nthIlight C6ndLtit rttoi vrOventcoettpa 1loesJillISlueMrdproper facIlIties lbs sequrig at al Umea watr sce4ed to fl a4c- iesstoftWkkOUtkSNui L Where lie drinks rest tb tkfo- untalfl iebproprIy psdRSd 1i1tte be call ha supplied with pw ivt r l a clean stata While W n cl an ftd pUtt ns t1 1S J 1AAAIc1 ftecilvW Hftl WaiSL7iI Tti5ea orrHedrpIyI4Pr4s jbbOe Durianed MrPdeIknsOll fr+ i ir I thWfc moss This MiwCh bersed before the northern tf untrtiiitmi selll their ol sdistptoss to e liherjl at stifling priesu jjott their seed ted hits te it crop fte the short inuMMf Itis absolutely e M Ui11 bert moss It H te p1od WMk elements qt the moM taipMt te rl cultural plant foil Ute cjpifMr n 1 laskal farmers have kiietda ah lot plgwlyclth whkh thro H w the moss and prepare ft tertM Fanning expesejv ia Ale4 flIbaaI ttr ellsfor 3N to 1H peri Wa a strawberries at 125 te Ia jftHtiJ- T P RIckert irio iiu alpre ni Fairbanks AlMka iI feairtiM Sat to cents totl a 1tQ1IIil4 aece i Irsat 2 tq S a dbaefl tIt11t11ardtgeno biet wM rail grow In Alaska becalee t1l1traaate it so dlveraIftedwltl slI 01l11J1PC1uJrI iauild wiatees sad Wrt- ty cool l umnuira atofcg aO ich ci 1 ftho south coast aid short hot as toefs with Adierate ralirfall atfd LM JrrTbt lout the fiieftk for arf ltrKadlak eft hs mthle wt ItIlRterio s bIt letw 4 r Io find aHt rtef thMgm w A Mka UM eMr JPt1rl81ft h c1rM Wt 5an4baqkaaadbhe otkatchie kmpdt s 1eqde Alaskat to the Mi MMi sss C eGeorfewM tfc ovii1at aS a eM4ia ehaf onpli IJt MI aesl riiett tMtnnJiJIIJIu to dstpy ai- hir bdie1 to a t8r ap Ms strawberry pIats olk theM a vrttabls a A the plaits wkIsi Alaresrupberrls ttob 4 wft I ii sitss S1tk lath early atts of w tsbd Xtf IpsM and rye sprint iMritf 9rtB MM a4d spring tmtier- It Rtapart potatoes oats and other hV iy pM at Fairbanks flayss- pgti41ftom Pamir In Central As ttntJB Taknutsk Slbtrla mhtunf at Hittftf i In 87 and 88 days re- ti 5