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I t j 14STABLI flED tr f i w QirJ ft F1 t 1 c 1 t iIW flWfc t arvOL XYI1IO27 F f1S t jSPRINGFIEL WAS INGTON G9UNTVfEN UC CY f JULV 131911 l 1 = 1 ILt ft r 3ir1 ot t iqtJ 5i r L S ji 4 ttr0I t f ItJt J iu4eiI t AaR way J1f 7iti ertp rerJor 1tI Lst TennWep Teiephoe 4acnotorcyt1o it- JiYS4 z tbs country totP rbit v nt Uer Is noted for his speedt iiiat be goes loDItthepIkej lfTr 1 n 1 I rtkt only broke hisown record T iihAllckeVofeerikfipirdn him iJ w Joubt hvebownV fr t uIDM Wr ld S a- tJi Iottip i11 rfJ a t 1 who oberv tibImgoch dowh thi road saw a streak 1iI ho KethiH aiid beaird a mp 1 t tiary noise but were unablel 1 kuUwtit the tbiias thatOht t ri ight and than iiihedthI Wht made Wr CtLehijmp t i himself wasan attemto rbDee ailHfaBt thUd Ironf what he t Twhi w U foln dowuthe Byiion pikQsca 1 i d ptseda bug containtiof J Mm Butler Noel aud four cbildl a J JlD theyoiingest asleep fn the iaO the vehicle The horse Ssalui not become fcigh enen until a tUMT motorcycle hSd gotten 200 UTrda 10 front Then it tore Drtijkmn thepike at breakneck speed iia the direction of the motor maBchine tiTqpwiap toe lady and three Children out Callett had opped ati the home of Mr Ppu1ter when he saw the horse usLJp1 buggy KO by with 8 bay oh1 the floor of the vehicle A jnI p e r tracted mother following thewa wafioipgj hfrhandsi Ittooktl te1epiot MVri only a moment to act UtoJfiLjaountedi hii machine and ave r r j i to ne ftvjpg hQrseand- stFpeoeI hpdaw him pass hedV If J j h fr b eth fast he1 vilk iiltf r Ih g Attbe efidDftYo tieingt f road eAfojdV that twO men Irnci stopped thet 1horse and had lifted the baby Irom the vehicle Then know- inga ioijUhe distressed mother + mast feel Catlett started on his srtturn ttrip to tell her ttat tin 4Iitt1f innocent Was feandsoDnd I MOVvpade the return jonrne lr qqickJt as the first run gthe mother reached Lti Jbufgyand found thai the child y JJas still safe and unhurt Shf took kin her arms and kissed 4gently Mr Catlelt called up tHe physician nd did every thiii fipopsijble VLttocmidren Thfeinfantinthe bugi1 fcv1J faj the OJly one of the five i tfi e Reaped unhurt The mq IX tJrtjfs thigh waa brmsedt onii- X1 1ahuIareceivedainjuyi to iitS a ir 1jbeadvanpt er Sustained a hroki J in limb and still another som t l rUJgeSlarrq sb rg t iRsId 1cC4 ir 6 t Miighti irl the Ozarksi 4 k adYt sleeplessl Hiram rl tittu5rCay CltyI Illcoiijjhed irid cpuglied J Jctwadinthe m uutans oailie advice gft1 dOCtQfJlj who saL Ih bad on ntTCa but found aehet inlh eUmateandistartel home rHearing fefiKlngs New Discover hVbc anto StIE IoIoclfcvjWtucdmJ l life V be writes tfor itma u ne Eanout dE mg so that I can now do CpwwprkAjffain11 FOr all iiipjf ills 4 Jfea cff coughs colds lagrlnpfiastKtoa 1 t 4pop4ig cpujjlijv hay fever hiiorbages hoarsendsV or qulnsjv a i JtSithelesf kowt1 TmcdYri a ji P tc and 1OO T4t16 ttlt i L freGurante d b ttar4n b 5i ntou u t1 1De rlr0Ihp Mt IgVOC I 4athat last week Dock Hick eli know4nvtnoZMeDCInc yl 0 Jdryiug spIriteI l jrstJ waton b 4 U lars ttin roller being used f Irril f Tweets preparatory to brj k rhem nd rn down t l ociitt iItret In its iligfl it ran b won of the Mt Sterling i Iaiu1ry Co turningitover an ueaitrtf wreckiugtheligYp- ay but S5W managed to brea1CAw k I I oaddwh I custeet LaSrI tt1L Ietf5e rWben Biwiier i Lbh h guwd bvJ vl ts rwibck out act rabbed wii aJ it rf the rj rsp4toopthsbted- W 1 i1t1tJ Moi O last 1W14r t1t be draggea tb Fl for nearly a bojj aod wbaIthe 4 w r 1 w J 4I1ELEADER f fun finally did catch ey found hirninniug n 1tDUia a clrcleWith the line in p10u h Nwe did t t this sto jyV royepub1e IIH f Negro Pays Deth Penally Under the New Law at Eddyville Prison Eddy Viile JvVjuIyV1first electrical execution under j eDewJI WdVIILStLe islatnre oVicuryed in the branch penitentiaryi here this morning wlenUiames BBckner nef Otc arJged with the mury dej jQf olic ihn Robev at Leba non apittpdeath in t6er air VifThe execution look p 8C at 412 this morning and wa wit de ssedby about irtyperso s raiofe prison VVVV and hisdept1 fldthSVnegro tiO isin the chair- pphimeihandlIngthe switch enope Hundred vqlts were r ttUrnedsand there was rce1 a Struggle on the part the negrdt those present being positive that death was Jnstlint mipous To maTfaurp however second current of 2300 volts was turned into tnecoriaemnecl mans body and at 420 oclock P A ftTorris the prison phy sit an officjally prohojinced ck1er dead thMbibeimission were in Eddyville andLti ipBpeotedHhe electrtcal apparat ebeforethe5not see the death sentence carried to effect Buckner ithiotbertieg o a acc sed9tthe murder licernair IJobey of Lebanon whp was shot down while trying mmakOwas captured by the officers after aqjaVrqw escape from a mob andfwas rushed LouisvillQ 11ch c was tkji backrto Lebanon llater rdec3br trjpopsand was cpn DcedltoWealthof rfair Haydon Willett VhaPreparation that Grows Hair stops Dandruff and Makes Hair cGiQrioUlIy i Radiant 4Money back S HaYd W llett Harieiaa Sage doesnt eradicate all dandruff stop splitting hajjy falling dr andl scalp Itch andput life flyVtVastre into the hair of any man wo man orchild And Parisian Sage is pleasant od Iuragfecafele conpoction tliat dfsgnsEs the 8ensesbUt a daictify perfumed tonic that proyes its goodness tt the first time ypn useit Baldness and faded hair are both caused by dandruff germs Parisian Sage kills the Rermsand causes the the hatr to grow abundantty TJarge bottle fut cenft at Hay don Willett and druggists every where yToitunate Saturday morningi shortly be fore 10 6cclock Mrs John Wi Helm had a narrow escape from death when the boise she was driving was killed andber buggy demolished by JTo 28 the last passe er train at the crossing uear Pinecburcb Mrswas coming to Lebanon and as the view of the track is hidden by thetree81 din not see the train approaching until iit was almost upon her Just as the engine struck the horse Mrs Helm jumped from the buggyJffortunately escaping serious injury She was con veyi d to the office of Drs Thorn ttun and Moser andIlater r moved toher homo Mrs Helm was considerably bruised and suffered j greatlyl from the shock Leba non falcon Yllhis lras no doctor could heal the frightful 3pr that developed butt at last Bucklehs Arnica alve cured completely Its the greate ts healer of ulcers burns boils eCzernc Ida cuts ccrns coldsores brumes ana plleaoneaith Try It 25c itaydbn R beEtso1VS C ChiMien Dry FOR FLETCKEIX ASTORIA f t 1REARjVt11p The Choice of Washington ispuuly Republicatrisi heVfIn the Republican tyconJi veniion held here Saturday the ORear forces Were ctqarly in- the majority and although there wejriBbm clouds of cpjositibn ihttreforlnooh all wpunjl up in sunshine and harmony sb far astrtola Invention wa concerned During the forenoon there was congylera ble st4rxiqg ampng heJ Q Rear and Anti ORear forces isVetth ORe r ceIwe respond ngt tijt11Jt g n4 9s tth thVx aud Fraks mett had united on Mr Cox tCWhenng atid the crowd fegan to enteri it was clearlyl apparent thatrthe OReatv forces had the majority Pr plyiat 130 HQ lW J1 6rig8byf Oounty C thhrtrinanle purpose of the meeting Do l b ViiiriefC ujorqtionORears theh got busywith tbeJ Vst VOteami Whartoi in the chair as perrna J nent chairman R L Bbldrjclr ofJJhe Ccx force wits then made secretary George Colvih of the ORears en ndyed that the chair ap p thoiipns MrJjewistben suggest dthat he ought to tiffnle some t nt 9ptnlert U cavchair then apppjnltd Mr Lewis ofclhe pox force and Mr W F Neikirk WF Hall Geo Colyin and Elmbr Burkbead Tbe Corn- ittee returned to deliberate b seutCox side began ip receive een orcemeits so thatthe ORearS garj tcget uneasy tfut they came back wjt 1the jelprutfpns which as soon as they were read- yb Mr Lewis demcristrated that the steamroller had beeji in evi dence there tou but hud faued to run over Mr Lewis ashe came in with a mnpritv report in which Tie conqurred with all ofIthe majority report except e iinstructions for Judge ORear and Thbs B McGregor candi StatesI for Govenor and Attorney General respectively Mr Lewiss resolution being in the nature of an amendment w TJasman stated the resolution arid started to take the vote when Prof Colyin aroke and Stated thatt they wished to make the mat- ert plain and was prPceeding to state the question wtuiiV he wag I tertned by Mr Wharlon who ttold him to hold on that be Wharton was able tot the question He then 6 ated tbe cquestisn and had jiicLV for a vote Duritjg this controversy Mr Lewis wasTJnihisfeet8ndn- owcallEda bait in t is steam rolier proceeding by sqggesting jihathe wuhert to be heard The Chairman then took hisseatand Mrl Lewis proceeded to speakrDand delivered an excellent speecb in hisuauai good stylejand ele quence ttin which he spoke iin inigh terms of the Administra tions of Governor Wjllson and President TffL both of which the relolntion hadfafieato in dorse He said that ifthe could insirucl tUe Convention for Cox he woldnot do so as hethougbf iti btst for the delegates Lotyto be muzz d wnensent tpvlLoui3r yUle i LdBrofappke inVlxh terms of respe t for Mr Lewis declaring that Ithere was no attempt tp nuzzle anybody in the majpnty report Mr W R Neker1rthe9mn e u brier falBY saying he was for OReak which OAUsed jieaf ening applause fromihe OTMjarside Mr W P Grigsby then arose rhwasbeingrh wben Mr W F Hall arose and said fiej wished iDlort tiC as to galnsteThe resolution as he had comet nil the way from MackVilleVto vote JOr Judge ORearaqdwsli edt make no nls lke1l iftr formation was given py sever al among the numbor beiag Mr Lewis who in responise tat bjs question told him tovpte against the resolution iintroduced by htm ITha votebqiug taken andcouht edr TIe Chairnan cdlfe on all OSeVIfVOrOr the resolution hen the greater number of ing seinVheOuSe for ORear So LnwsureI I for a CQunlbui Mr iu d stated tha the greater nntiitr were beyond question ORear And noved ttx makAit unanimous whfch thOeaitforces did wit a shout i v i iitesMrsiwr La and my cnildrfil ndjt my iJe aB were loibklnff iojf me fp idlf when ny son insisted that1 I usfS Elec haseAPnfMmeways pra1te theii- aprkeleBs ec1r l1f bls9 thg to wqin n t4fcre troubled wi4Ii ifarntltfg aidLspells b ckacheiieadache lebllitYi constI4tl4or kldueydiot Sers UetbemjiticIgats new healtH 8tr 1k1toOn bllyj jtf NGarrowieForJ 1OEddvville1e first ejxqcn tjon under thene w law pipvldip lor electrocution plice of haVVVt rplaC ni thSlaleit came nqdr ding inthqleatl1a two ijersp isTjnrstekd oi4e Prison hyijiapi E fV Moss stepped fprwa tpfeelthe ptiJj nijh9dnij rough his tio y1el1 of warning fro hehttentiai i J electrician dicnot deter the Wc r who mis inndejst ndllig olhe putliMi1OtseCODQ4be 1LThepaidtbe periujty for themurcer ora licema Lebrino f i9VeralThe repor- Ion thiIrti ejec trotution under tir jriew w cJe1l plares b Itile ettrotiQfrVhahIr ePVv sligiit b rnththe negtoIhadtf 4 tv DEPORT m TIiE eOliwiION OT IS- First Naional Bank OF tSNOFIJ LD A VtSprlgflek14tu ky at thof close piV business June 80 1911VREOURCE L fS5I B hnklngHouseOverdrafts 637967 Cash on hand an due from 4 Banks J j 302 4b Tolali 1 J351S82Vti LIABILITIES Capital Stock IP Circulation eoOUQ Surplus i 2OOOO U11ndividedProflBills Payable Ki 11POOOO lfiridividualTotal j 21 JGross Earnings paatVthc 1 rnbntsVj Bal undivided OPrpnt8u C3I22143 VI 1 Jll nhTo y isposedof as olIoAva Paid Dividend o7 p of Oper cent J i 3ClOO00 Added to Siirpl A Fund 2 percent rr+ 14i5VPaid Ecpen e pd l Leaving to Undivided Prontsfr387141 r Toth 44V i1 M A djtfcELRQYGa8KrcT n NV i vNolice i t L An rti hving rlrims gainst thee IPL fVThbU8BrI dv decease k Will present skme prhderly g oven to the under signed np n y aftorneyW ID blapbrpoke hor before thp 1st a1 Adgn 911 Levi Brady ff r Aiina fE Hobbs E PERT f t peuwItttiistoroffice fit welling house north If Jsilr Mondays Wednesdays andjFrktoys Charges reaspnableit Beft oil xefenteVCfl tt t Vite for terms J t hone NoV2G1 The lladifs df the Christian cburch wiU feive a dlnn rC Un y court daIrTseptember r 1 PRINGEIEthV v THE CHAMPIONS t the Lebanon Chautauqua Winni ThreeJStraight 5Games V STANDINGOF flIECLUBSV V tlVVwon Lost Pe dt1 111000at66jtebanonti 333HownBY e lJsvllI 1Y Id the Chaufauqua series jjast pJosd prin field walked away 5 JU0O0games WbYl it was easier than ckiflVa crutch from UDderaJ in4 rippleinToe first game was with pjlrt0 03 they neyer had a look in at any stage of the game jha old war horses aid succeed inV getting men on basestwo or- reeVt1thes bu p 1brened VtV jchii1be1gameorwl vlnuingin tO dothe twisting for town b6 JLJaptrfih Simms J3rdsf siugggrs sent him to the club hpusein the first And then the fireworks beg ardon J mean tHfe third game wjlh out ancient and al ays d ated rival CdptSandersc iclMyprdmpvs tntudaw the curtain sufJ rl1lrl1 Tack binders vihe td war h oicer rorjr of CaEipbeflsr ule badg arbuqd h1i Iw hat hebeheVed tobe a bl1nqof 411l tosserstUat could mop up Iof rVourbpys but when the slaughter ended in the ninth rounaSprlngfieidhadchaikedjUp t en runs while Lebanon bad i annexed three measly Vi uns bn r e rrorsVVLebanons4ning the game was a Mr Wood rum a tall athletic Jlooking mound artist they bad l imported La rom Columbia butt their cUiefr oie as well as a lew 11 nor o eS were shattedas the sluggersIwIIrom Springfield took kindlY o- Mr Woodrurns offerings frdtn the start and the sixth a llterl rubber Voodrum bunted the ModIdl bard merit faredino better as thsrt man Qpgot a home run From tirevew point 4pf thtapriiigfield ffang jaad trootdrsrlt was a great amo i The list of special prjzes wonI a ppearonpage8tWhorl it comes to pitching Harper Is there with the goods It was great to see the opposinj batters breukiug their bactii r oachtngfojhiiltPspifrbaiLThreisnot t inVhHs ck bf the woods tBairruult50nI two three vritU Ben Snms lie isjnj a class byhTuseifV AC say did you watch the wbrk of those Spaldlng bby6 1 Mey were sure there allV tu 0 2fiatJ ai1 piayed ghtedged baIV f fr 11o Notice All creditprsyf persousBafihg cUimsagtinstthe state of John Sutton deceased are notifiecatiI- C t qutre to ptent thesm properly proven as required tly lavwio the undeceigoedAdinfnis tratur rludd Sutfrin a 411ste8i a ence near Mkhl1e Wrstdij ton County Kentucky on tbefore the flrstr day of August LOUlv HH Gooksey Adminiattatbri rrof John Eluttod DQasecI r tV CAST Ri U iaKii y iV- r NewSyttempf Bank 11 Exminatio rAd pted 1 JiSo r H i Examinations of national banks tate banks and trust companies tibuisville will be made by the Louisville Clearing lJyaatadoptedJIdate credit rating mel d will be iPOODOO1ltnentwas mittef thlch1erjJohnjliftonV Federal ank eiiisrdwaS elected to the position of clearingbouse examiner Mr sebnstondiite3ojthe thetreaSiirYgton Tfie decision to examine i he anks which are members of the L uisyUJe Clearlngrbbuse Association and those irsUtutions outside the association which have taken advantage Qf the clearitlg system through otiferC Iks Mvolding mdmbersbipa nItbicte to outline plans Vat d elect an examiner Tne examinations uf thc- arious banks will be conducted DtItssWiil submit his report to theIySopervidion Committee The plan1 hasbeen approvedIci by the Complroller fttbe Our rency It applies only to those cities designated reserv6 it iityput into effect it isjrepcrteda ccess Louisville is among tbe6rst of the reserecitis to ta ukeuEefoedJtb tbe offilce orclearjngl house exnehravQIssutSay was as dit It would be tls p rr tini fr4JohnIiston to ejrve He made no ob ycVonMr JQhflstodist J at present chairman of the Federal ban xanersVin UtrictNo em bracing four StatesOhio Jn diaria Keptuckyand Teinesseef He was born at Lebanon andI Isformerly watellerofthe Marion liNational1l Bank lit Lebanon Five year ago he was appofrited navionjalbank examiner Inpser vice pf the goyernment At the time of his appointment hej athe younge fane erp in trusted vyllh this responsible duty by the antnori ies at Wash ipgton1 SIDCt5 his first s igfnoieiit o dutyfr J bflstpdkas been ac- lveinabouttt tventyflVe Btifes Hehas made a spfeCiaUy of cbn sbUdatipns and rlfa 11dll fci wiith ba v1ngmerged fin lc al 1ns4ituo ttonsVIn different Pits of ibe country Tne Consolidation ol the Ihird National Bank and tbeStgntbern National1l Bapfclnl this city wtw effected through friseff6rts CdurierJournal Ofv Kentucky State Fair o l Vx AF an encoujcagement the pupils of the city schools throueh out the State the StrafselGans Paint Co of Louisville bas off e e4a special premium ipff lSto Jbedistrtbnted at the Kentucky S teFair aTfplldws 1 Collection bf 10 troublesome Iweest 4rotl to second and ribbono third J i I 2 Collection of leaves twigs and seeds of lOnative trees 2 ftrflrat lib second and ribbon to bljrd 8 Exhibit of flowers fresbi or pressed raised in the homO or school garden 2 ofirstl to l second and gibbon to third Exblbltot5 prodcrisc atI inTthe hpme Att school J Dti2 J rai i to son44rl1j to third r l t seedr grown by1oM i bjraie ind school Mi fr tl VsUabofl sd- thti WOfkot c tihl given awch M I i j 40 oi J IiJ1t pdevloJij 1Qt pprjei tl 1 i ir stnlIn il ra t VITVpI 4 ciw I0 MiNHNT Louisville Lawst aJid to rH eit Bra Judge JWi 0 Harrisi for more thai twenty years dean bf the law ofLbosvUietnerplertof the Circuit bench died of dia betes at 1286 oclock yesterday afternoon at his home 848 South Third street The endiwsta pfn WMavYf fW Mi Hifri td been 1 odrVHeralmon tb but his coniitfo d not become serious ttoiiljaat Monday Vb n he was c aapel led to take to his bed tI bdgg Harrfe was bOrn in Feb ruary 1847t JIi the plantatioa fdf nis fatber Hilary Harris in Pow hattan county Jiear tft city pf IchmndVa Atan earyiige he became ABtudeqt at tlbe Vir Efinia Mllitiru Tnsttinfo mtA At rlug1QrpItpmValiantly in a tiuintiejr of minor fights but won cspat iftstlac UQUJ ia the battle of Sev Marxtt 1 1864 c fWb n peace wtffc declared Mr Harris recurnfrfl to his home arid later studied lawriatVieTDuiver s ity OD Virginia from Shich in JjtitBtiil ayonrgman t Mr Bfarrls et to gorwest viicbyhe dfdi dnally settling JnjLPuiavlile Immediately hettpokpp t eprac ce of law being associated with tno firm of Bulii Bnllto and arxIs i 4 contInueaupIi ntiltwqntyyearago when he toftheCifcll1itBench Proctorh91LAJt merit pe again resuiaefi hi rc ce and during be pI IIjew earsof his life vfas euable ltoSec Wsort Ov rtin Bartrls bc cdmer member of ihd 4un ma1l10rtbflmostj i I1dmadetriends es81Ongion tils 8leJlVl e L1articularand periodicals i He hard no hoFbiesfie was dTrestbriBibe CttffnshNatipnai Bahk for mot e than tweotrflvfl yearLthiis- JuyvlJ Jt l j 7 J TragEnLA p tjrewjeache here idSLtrtayfo thetragc and seaatlcin iiBlcjfde of iFr nfc twiiIF Jl Qr1iapJjt young maarwas vDlvidC1l1JbeH i tiur bwbo formerly lived in tlscouniy and who madariMe l1eHunjhoit that ibi young man wbo Warof a rather wild disDoeitionf was attendipgu revival aqcliifiat several of compmaiona had gone tip to lhe altir and hacl iaktn bottles ofrwbi41i iron oQthethe church lSoiIie one in 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WhICh jitfcay fear will push them from iMtr Mats Is it because the SaT of cbiyalry are gone in the 1 t QW Party arid the names of yTiii ai d Wilson are to be sfoken in whispers lestsO iDe tar Have their ad minis onej r Ji be n so bad that you dont tjtat the people to remember- S Waa the eoiisiion intended or jwtrtly accidental We might MT the latter but tis said that fijjfcyJ deliberations of the corn iHk on resolutions it was urged v jWMr IAWIS that such a resc itio be offered which was re by the other members of SSI committee It is surprisioR c 2tnot indorsing the Taft a i x ijit4ration and we aye unable 4erstandit but as to the fI fg Woo administration it may be I 1 the party has decided to 3t 1 away from told traditions f 7 Md old platforms since every 4leitor which Judge ORear jrtf dj5 directly antagonistic t weierytblng done opridvocated 4I l poTWiHaoa and It has been 4i WUtr of conjecture for some I t W liftwr tonhat would be the at 1 5 iiUuifedithe party when it came to flacig Judge ORear on a Ifj SsipM9ce1 indorsing an admnisl Jt 1 hitJ 4 winch all know Judge ff ORiear iIa his heart does not ItiOne r l Bj avoto of 7 to 6t after a bit f ter wraagle the Resolutions iDoBjiih e of the Republica- nS Suit coy sitVmJa tnight bowed to Judge ORears wishes and voted down a motion to include t J plank indorsing Gov Wilsons tt Attitude ia the nigbtrider i t troubles Final aotion4n draft r jing the report will betaken this morning The predentials Corn mitteeit findings which will be presented this mornmer will add js ItV votes to OReara strength ii 20 to the following of the opeto- tt i= v Pratkrs Creek r l to IT Here comes Prathers Creel r eaner two Wr ksabsences f and h Mrs LesheCoyle r ft tr1nt Sapday with Mr G H- ehristeraon and family 4 Mr and Mrs Richard Begley otneaVexas were the guest ttpf Mri J H Mayes Sunday 11Mrs Curie Suel and children rryMiss Hattie Boules of neat r Mackville spentlast week with 6 thir sister Mrs 0 Jt Shew t maker j4r Johnia Christerson of t t 3Ircer COUfltYLwas the guest o jisbrother MrGeo Gbrister Ison Sunday afternoon J 1 Mcf StantrePppednd wife of Aner Texts were the guests of J FlMr and Mrs West Kimfcerliu Saturday and Sundayk tMrW1Iliam Skeins of Indiana is spending the present time wUh Mr Tom Skeins of this place t eJ5 u v andt i1 Mrs Esther Shewmaker1 chndrpn Mrs Dora Suell andI fclildrei and Miss Hattie Bowles were the guests of MrJim Mayes and family Thursday Ir tLli s Mr1 and Mrs Arthur flafmob Il J T r8 rejoicing overfthe arrival ofI fine SOP 44 j z t iand Mrs Jhn Russell t were the guSts of Mi William Whitehonse Sunday- S 4iMr4 K Bowles of LeaF tJWAcj1jjaiihe guest flMjyursday nightt i t 5Mrs 3im MayesJls on the c f iiakJiJ this week SMr X vfl tfayes of thIs placel f i g W young folks a nice J fe soetilMiit Saturday night It I a wwIscbedbv Kfu MaMbo l i t Jti0mMpf Hattie Bowles i4H i ii enjoyable affair I M Oier WM liMf cruwtit in at 5S Apc14 Dd ll alud a 55 di i ice otl the ring tjc dmy new ow do iigcUs tsthmaJooiLever h cmqrruSIts the best known remedy tiqUlnSYJ Price Mo and 1 00 Trial bqttle free Guaranteed by HaydoivRob rtsond A W rf 3The t is com munity is rernarkabygoodv Mrs Wth Sutton is bu the sick list T J Miller As preparing to erect a new dwelling near his mill Mrs B Yaste who his been sick is some better l t wMIsovisiting at her uncles RJ Crumley T J Trent of Chaplin paid our town a business visit Thurs d ay Rev Harvey Hatchet preached efc excellent sermon at the Willis burg Baptist church Sunday morning A large number of our citizens attended the Republican Con vention The aged Jatnes Divine is very llow with a cancer on his left hand ScMiss Irene Sutton visited herI sister Artie Noel at Glens CreikaDan Casteel has bought a large l boterect tw new dwellings in town Miss Lucy Pinkston of Har rodsburg iis visiting relatives in ini town As Mrs Mary Mcllyoyi who has been sick for some time is n liofor her sOri Oscar of Montana W M Sea and wife ofDanI vtlJeare visiting the latters sister Mrs Jerome Wells of the Willisburg Hotel llff Mrs T Sterns daughter of R Crumley is very low of COt sumption at her home at Sharps yule Mrs J A Johnson has re turned from a visit to her mother Mrs J Mollie Porter of Van Buren btinericg on a visit her Iittle1 lece Margv Blackburn1 Born on Sunday to Geo Yocum and wife a fine girl On the same day tneir eightyear old daughter died and was buried atr ut Antioch Monday Mr Palmer President of the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky delivered addresses on the evils of the whiskey traffic at Mack vtille and Willisburg Sunday IIDAsurprisIID Tbe Central Bank at close of business June 30 shows a very handsome profit to stockholders with an indication fofan increas ed business during the coming mcnthEttieLitsey d9ghterElizabeth home at Columbus Ohio 1 Miss Sarah Reed spent Tugs day wIth her sisterl MrsJDrn JMrsLouis viIJeistneguest ofIMr andS Mrs J I Martin Mr and Mrs HF M Noe of Coluu bi1isited Mrs Nues ather Mr S C VanArsdttle who lies ill at his home Mr and Mrs Polin entertained a few friends sunday fn bonor Uf4 Mr and Mrs P J Sbannahan Miss Jennie Leacman isthe guest of Miss Sue Edgiugion Mrs W H Sweeney and Miss Adams are the guest ofMrs Alice Thompson spentWJ T M41ister Mffi WP Thompson and Miss Francisi Lltsey spent Suu day with ldends neristown Lf fStStAll BL S4 sims4j t MftKN6 TABLE PRETTY DECORATIONS MUST FOLLOW DICTATES OF FASHION Grouped Bases 7Are Just NOW Much In FayorrComblnatlonj IFlower Holdera in White Dresden Charming for Sumjmer There are fashions In table decora tions as Jn everything else Just now grouped vases are In favor Wtille these were Introduced last season th changesInstead for the corners of the table connected with cingchalnsitly grouped so its to stand on the cen terpiece or glass plaque One handsome set has a tall ceo tial vnsot cut sliver wJthrCur small matching vases Joined to jit by curved p penwork guards glassbasketsmall baskets held jto the central one by short sliver links fastened to the handles For cheaper effects two sizes of wicker bsketl can be gilded and JJoined by raphia rings also glided Watch sales and get four small ases to match anda larger one In t stylIsmall cost If you want the vases linked fine ntckled chains can be bought and Joined to the standards of the vases but they are not espe c1allynewand the floral effect Is j equally good wlthout them The linked glass chains are more artistic lti glass vasesthan the china ones r pretty effects can be had with chains of crystal beads These combination flower holders are charming for summer cottages In white Dresden or belllque They come In novel shapes many of them connected by a low fehcellke arrange met In the same ware One In Greek design had all the bases shaped like a Doric column with the hollowed to holdflowers Very new and artistic with corresponding cost lsan oval floral arrangement for the center of the table- tj has a mirioraboutj threequarters of a yard long bordered with a nar row silver rim This holds in tbei enter a low oval vase 1of rock crystal supplied with a wire netting for keep lIng the flowers ereclfAt each endof the mirror are semi sections to hold short stemmed flowers with a tall slender vase to cap each section At the sides filling in the intervening space re two other low sections rectangu llar in shape Wonderful floral corn- inations can be arranged in th cse MOUSSEJINE DESOIE WAIST With Square Plastron of White Lace and Bordered With Beaded Em- broIdery Mikes Pretty Effect This waIst is pf pale blue mousse ne de sole with square plastron of white lace bordered with a beaded e embroidery It Is trimmed around1 the neck with embroidery lice and black velvet The undersleeves are of lace the girdle JsofblaclCvelvet or satin Lingerie Cushions The pillow cushion in tapestry or fine lawn and embroidery Is proving very popular Some of the lawn designs are exquisitely embroidered by hand and Inset WIth lace motifs while the tapestry and brocade de signs are simply made with a plain edging In cord In the color which pre dominates in the material Broderle anglaise adorns some of the pillowshaped cushions with flat edgings of lace sa finish When used In the bedroom cushions of this kind are accompanied by handker chief sachets nightdress cases glove cases ete made to match Babys Sleeves Most mothers tie up their babys sleeves with ribbon A prettier way and one that avel the trouble of Ironing out the ribbons la to pqr chase two small strings of white or gilt beads and two mediumsized pearl Buttons Fasten one button on seeve slip a string of beads vnd fasten aLthe shoulder eachI baby pin The effect is and costs about 25 cents altogether Anotner Theory Knocked Out- You say theres nothing In en- virOnment Yea sir I insist that Its the In dividual and not his surroundings If a man Is gblng to be great hell bo great in spite bfexe3 thin Well now alt a minute You used to1 be considered quite an in pqraqt figure down in the little old home lown didnt ypu- I ani prop 1to say that everybody thought well of me there y ure Just as Teat npw as you werthen arent you 1bopelfm a gOd deal greater than I was then W K TOu iBWlt all depends oaf eniironment as t said There Were somebody here you have to youI get EOme one to identify you when want to cash 9 check lor 5 yotit Now thfireia where youfe d wrong old man I know a bartender j wko always cashes my checks w- ithjklckjj f AROOIJIFLJL G- OODFURNITURE SI3m15J IirD IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE TRor = e on nf o t p ser II Lajura SwingsCARPETS RUGS STOVES ETC only i own and oprvate the largest in IvOuisvillc and control the entire II1 output f some of the largest Furniture Factories in the countY and do the largesj busincs in theSouth YOUR CREDIT IS GOODLI5Wt1IKET5Twith us no matter where you If veind we give you just the same terms ofcash 0 or ere t that we give to our tbousandsbfregular customers right here at home jTosho you how fair we arc and how much we appreciate the trade of good people whojlp not live in Louisville WE PAY THE FREIGHTt d I to you home station uUS putting ou on exactly the annie footing wtli vzis tomen who come right into our Se what Qtt would like t6 buy iu l1sBabyamagcsorCocartsRJri erator Stoves Carpets Rugs turn n ail giving ou full particularsof the wonderfully low prices we can make tle easy terms we will be glad give you We ABSOLUTELY GUAR l E every article we sell and anything that is not IIand b taken back and the MONEY REFUNDED actlyasrepresentedLOUISVILlE KYCitout and fillin the COUPON in this ad and mail Nl 1foff1SIGHT Geologists Assert Lone Star State Has Large t Subterranean Body of Water In World i San Anlonlo TexIt is maintained by geologists and others who have given the matterattentlon that Texas has the greatest underground rIver in the world It Is maintained that Jhls Is an underflow from the Rocky moun talus apt that this stream several miles ujiue sweeps across New Mex lea the northwestern part of Texas and from It the water supply from a number pfr living streams suchas the Gus loupe and others Is Ir talucd Veils sunk recently In tue northwestern part of this state and at a nuet of places In New Mexico strength ritlle theory that such an un dergroun stream exists It Is Jrell known that in the vicinity of liicumcarl N M nd points immediately south rf that city Ono flows of artesian water are obtained at a depth of 800 feet Recently while sinking wells in search of otltCt wetlsIIn the northwestern part of Texas iijvlng water was struck at about tlfesame depth At other points In Texap too northwest of this city fine nWs of water have been struck at less depth than those mentioned The p oof that this Is a stream flow Ing underground In the same direc tion as the Rio Grande is emphasized by the pact that the wells sunk both north and south of a certain belt ot country extending to the hdrthwcsl khave failed to find water although go Ing to a much greatec depth It Is maintaIned by geologiSts that this un prground stream flows almost south Jlt from tjie Rocky mountains to Suuon county Texas and then flows dbectly south format least 100 miles jind thence southeasterly to the gulf upon this theory relative to the course of the stream the great ar teslan tyelt of Texas Is accounted for the claim being made that the or tesian Dwells tap thO body of strearii thlI For a time thero sn theory a portlpn of tile southwest section of tho state was underlaid by a subter raneaji lake but this theory has giv en place tp the later and more scien tific conclusion that a great under ground dralnway sweeps southeastward from the Rocky mountains aim lIar In many respects to the under ground stream that stretches south westward across Illinois from what Is known as the Kankakee country CAPTURE SIX SEA ELEPHANTS Young Specimens of Deep Sea Life to Be Taken to New York FromICallfornla Worth 20000 J Sai Diego Cal Returning from ay crnl e Us far as the Gaudeloupe island the scientific expedition In whi h the New York museum of natural history Is Intererted brought on oard the Albatross six rare specimen j of southern waters known as 1Inyoung elephants the party was ob ligejl to shoot the cow The skull of this sea animal was preserved find In a P Jt of the collection Dr Tqwnscnd stales that K Is his Indention to ship the young sea elephants to New York iI It m probable that a temporary rookI emwjll be established somewhere Qn this coast untirarrangemonts are completed lor shlpplng thq specimens The specimen gatherers report un bustlons They trammeled the ocean do tIlS and brotght up many strange sp cles of deep sea habitation The ex edition was obliged to put back to Sa DIeGo In order to coal The Alba tftss will depart tomorrow afternoon oil another expedition as far as Cod j roi Island and La Pas Oflhe south co tor llower California j Vord Bronghama Oratory 1 We have no orator In the least like i lord Brougham since the tfose of Broughams public career Everything thut nature could do so far as ap p aranco manner and Voice were con c rnedBhe had done to prevent hlnr l fr 3m being a great orator and yet a ft eat orator he undoubtedly was I indef what the house of lords just si w would think of a peer who gos Ululated and bellowed as Brdugham sIn the Wbtt of doing But it was ii tposalbfoStof listen to Brougham andjift be carried away bjr the force of intellect by his torrent of words r the uddta whirl and eddy of hla the JolCw 6 l l l OF store r i CLEARING THROAT STOPS tIE Ntother of Young Bridegroom Gets Her Affidavit riled Just In Time to Stop Wedlng Lexington ly After saying part of the ceremony that was to make Charles Stanford and Mrs Ida Bryant nan and wife Squlro Abner Oldham stopped to clear his throat Just be fore repeating the words I now pronounce you man and wife This throat clearing on the part of the squire saved Stanford but lost him1i a wife Before the ceremony could II be completed a deputy clerk rushed1I IInto OJdhams office exclaiming Hold on squire dont do that The clerk then xplalned that a notice filed with the county clerk by Stanfords mother gave his age at 19 years and sgrvcd warning againstt the Issuing of a marriage license tOI him This warning had been Issuedel Stanford got his 2 back license Old Glory Chickens Trenton N JRev Nelson Brown rf Windsor preacher awoke early the other day to find that two of hlfi chickens had changed color One hall turned red the other blue A naturally white rooster made the trio of nation al colors complete j Tile clergyman wondering whether his eyesight was out of gear aske 3 neighbors to look at the chickens Youre all rlshf said the friends but those fowl certainly aint Closer inspection showed that painttjl was responsible and the preacher complained to the police He thinks mischievous boys lid the work Separating Them Mr Grubb aueldqrly bacbilcrhav- ug been troubled for a wpek or twp with a pain In his back went to hjs doctor The physician who was just starting to see a patient prescrIbed two llarge porous plasters odd told his call again In about n fortnlghfani report Mr Grubb compiled with directions ile went 18 a drug store and bought the plasters od after a prolonged struggle with them In hrs own room sUwCecdcd Ifi getting them pruprlyllJ place Being a very small man how- e er lie two nearly covered his wNle back At he end of two weeKI he Called ntthe physicians ofil again Well bow is yrur backf sited the pedlcat man Sonnd as ii dollar Hasnt puinfid me any for ten days or more Glad to hear It You maytakE UI INotremoving vest taldipou his collar and locking th door of m doctors office I wont touch 9n Theyre bigger than am AVha ppUIme off the plastersYoutha Con tan Ion Cleaning Bagdad Rugs It Is very difficult to wash a much cover or rug successfully agdllilj a ron arq a most sure to run whsn treated in the ordinary jvay Before joglnnlng operntlons separate the strips Then wash each one inn app a rate water Use whte soap and t lukewarm water tto which a little salt las been added after a suds has bees raised by brisk stirring D6 not rub butmerelIt riskly then quickly rinse them and II i bang them over a clothes horso in the kitchen away from the sunlight Be arcful when drying Ufat the strip IQ aot overlap When almost dry press the vrlnkles with a hot iron it Jo mlddl strips have becoMe sllgbtl worn exchange them with those th outside V7hen sowing the cover togeth a aitin Wanted Eplipht Endure Edmond de Goncouft the Frepchi novelist admitted that ho worked with neYe to his epitaph antI ho wanted the epitaph to endure for n long time He records In his Journal that the thought that the world may perish may not last forever is pno which occasionally tIlls my mind wJtbI gloom J should l e defrauded by therI destruction of this planet for t have written ony in the hope of eternal JI fame A reputation lasting 10000 20000 even 100000 years would beI a poor return for the pains I have taknth privations I have suffered lod r tttoMT conditions it would haveI to Only RGYI1ENINQUEER ROLE Three Took Part In a TowelWashing Competition and Another Got Prize for Sewing IAt bazars and suchllke functions j ministers of the gospel sometimes en gage in very amusing competitions which they woufd scarcely dream entering under any other auspices At washwomcnI against each other In a dusterwashing competition land aIof water a piece of soap and a dirty dustier they set vigorously to work 7The time allowed for ttie washing was three minutes on the expiration which the dusters jvere submitted1of the critical judgment of three mailed ladles But they found the dust era 4of two of the competitors Yen washed that they could not deolija which was the cleaner A somewhat similar clerical contest formed ont of the attractions at a ba tar held In Manchester In this In beIwere towels and cach con petltorhad not only to wash one bu2 bang It out to dry being allowed 3 minutes1 for the work tookItheIsome of the lady spectators to shriek with laughter l The best was considered to be1 thatt which had been dope by a curate re- dthobardlhoodbad been taking llessons at home At a bazar arranged for the benefitt of a Liverpool church a handkerchlCJ tempting competition took place be twcen three clergymen t of the town aBtherIa quarter of ruf hour and the prize half a dozen choice pocket handkerchiefs was to be awarded to the one who did 1hl most hemming 01a presentable chaft Victor One ot the reverend gentlemen fDtbIBneatest but he did nearly double as much aai the next best competitor and therefore carried off the prize In the 16 minutes allowed he hemmed nearly one side of his handkerchief A Religious Movement Buddhism says a Berlin paper is rapidly spreading In sirope Tho number of converts Is dally increas ing especially in Germany England and Hungary The Influence qf the higher religious thought of the Orterit was bound Itt these days of rapid travel and aroused Intellectual curiosity fp make itself felt and one 04 the signs of thb times tfo the grqwlftg sale of small popular epitomes of various phases of eastern religious and philosophic thought and also translatlouKof the groat religious poems of the Orient On this continoht VedantiBm The osophy and esoteric Buddhism have become fairly well Tcnowni and be lwork orlthe new i a hers Is notysel IInesileslleclally j flall southern California and in Cuba by tile Universal Brotterhobd and Theo eophlcal society In which ate en listed men of wealth and high business1 capacity under tho leadership ol t Katherlno Tlngley a woman ofareat l I executive ability the work done in training the young for practical life Is notable rue Literary MUllii When 1 got homo whoro i iiveiitb will remove my wifes new hatt fromu coy desk aflel my daughters socks my wee babYs building bloclrO spools of thread same gamCOsIA box or two of cutout scissors and nlY wlrenew wat5n- tox or tacks and sotiso tooth paTac- cok t bookhnd a sowing kit om dtI ters that my wlfoias wyit sons w pie cores tlio khlsput there one ot in two wads ot lndade h11r asbUlsl of slice polish c3oabatr brulb and a baby ahbe some jaio jkings dial art worth a darn a skein or two of liar c ingl yarn a picture book or two or C threei a picture babet has drawn fpra IDe rubTb4r ball a fioce Qt jtia auine picture jJosicaVda and a viwp or Ill 4o all that wheu 1 get horn atld of 4thent bay Swinburne doublecrOUedUfttb 7 pe are 1 t si U I You s d II ONLYS2f I-wv K I Suc and 1JoughEvery b 1 ELECTRICAL an 0 rT i 4 I FIRE I I 1 more and business Fire insurance from Insurance 50 in ii4 business in the have been through Chicago Boston andpaidall their will pay yours as t Old and r I Represented NQ your secure application business trio without cost to the I hve tte t ONE PRICE IItlia BY ANY J Lt I h Winee fivjme time nso a bottle of aJcftwins t vta found during the demolltloa EnglqniJttt s tcUpBedJjy tbolre8uYp of France Borne qf the cellars lq Prriswe learn contalo bottles of Sauterne at lens iwc centuries ol4 This ja a very respectable ago butI it Is notMne compared wltWa Certain ibasiiviiiiqja Of1652 or Ste6Vet of 1W0 ora Jowiah rasstiver wine off fl ce turleaand a 5alf Still la ibo wjseum at Reims there la a far older wine or rather a bottle coutaiu Ing something Tvlilcr was once win It in said tadatOvltour Centuries bafora wrfouDt II period fierihelot the celebratod ebomlBt bar left bit record that tu once analysed i bottle of wine made in the neighborhood of Rome aboutt NcroVtlrae rn this case the analyBi ad only iI dry rfislduum 1 to work 1onj rVarylnI ffatn i11fillllf t the Average female bralal about flm thebrall1Ieight to that of the ollyIi u both sexes convqueatly the dlffer j tnc tlt wigbt In the brain ofiaalM end females is due to the l lrHdrweight In woman and not tto Jaf rfar t bral dovelopxnnt Thaqkeray a4utler had brains welghia 64 a 4 M cincel rnpectively whjle t rair Omb tta ieht 1Ht41o etlew than that bt the averse oy siveiu The b idn of Byrbnireifked J plfurtma1Qundrain vfn i binros ta t nun vbo had s btep i w= ttUWJ r yV to on J i i I JJaouywas SAy amllkM W ae sb aattachedCoofcf the VAustraliaa Coluab Lajuding at this 1icJoe to tb eat ell of Sydn h e found ttft abundance of stniage plants aD- ers Ahat he awcoeiated the botany with it f4r all time long time Botday Bay and Mid Syhissand you can travl br train ptWnQt fl Australian fmak knowni If Pseltivy Rude- ccaus9 eh waitfd every to knew aa whIs she knew t bSlad small fet Ui womaa wh eeredtle4ybberitoaIadded aologsticeIj J But th 10 bIg I Wfc yent UseS Qbl CIM I CM said tLe serenely I Uf Mf Jtee lot Slncv tJtea JWi wean with seat baa riuis I set her area whws liHua1Jt Ut- NM f jatrprH ir Y Pfti total WD- 5wthoItacls tbt of the ui8t iAwreses flyers has aeid M JS5SNhrse hundred tmt Mffcty thuusan- daadvolopst The New Yor wppiy jCdORulMloo bas r of ntl mended that the tate extend IQ to develop this waUr oj5 InltalIi return t 40i10oO tti J2 pRk a4a4TBIIfQ ftlQCNT OENTIVT ttETW EXTRACTEt o b I NITHOUT e Al Ck UpSstainI tI1LD1All Deittal WorkStrictly Firstclass DR J C MUEti t1- Pfcjiiciu lid Sirgeon OMotifaour 8 to 9amu ji 1 to 2 pm Offices over Haydons Drugisf E 4 d h i 1 JtL Lpmpton Ji D Office IOieraNILse 1 otHccrkse No 0 Residence rio 38 f o F GRIGSBY bRNEYATLAVy oeover Peoples Bank J r SPRINGFIELD KY 1 DPJW HYATT Office over Red Crpss Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 m1Sffo 12m 4 t05 pm rfsa i JtfHNY MAYES JlJIEk illLCTORdI J lADLICENSEO EMDAIEIIp TLEPHONEqDAY19NIHT74 SPRUIGFIEllDiO i l C R WF TRUSTY t PRACTICALi ENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Pantal work at reasonable prices rr 1111 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY I 1 g I Railroad Schedule th clpSBOW in effect on the Bardstowi vand Springfield branch railroad I Mo4l Leaves Louisville 11a lf 430 p or Bardstown Junotioi A22 p mj Bardstown 606 pIndr arrives at Springfield 655 pm J I iNo42Leavcs Springfield at f 600 a m Bardstown 8t45 a mrf Bardstown Junction 730 a md arives at Louisville 820amdd s No 43Leaves Lcttilsville aiJ p 720 a m Bardstown Junctioi 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a niS i arrives at Springtieid1140 JllIJ tANTo 44 Leaves SpringfieldI allVliOQp mjj Bardstown 220 p inIj t 4 r adstown Junction 410 p rna arrives atrLouisville 545p atit 4 Ss FruIt and Shade Trees e t i Strawberry Plants t Asparagus BlackberrKa Rasp rS4 Write forf free cataltgueV N- VSftWAho is n a ents 0 i i H F Hilleinneyer 8 SOD 4 P Lexiu ton KE 0 BigMaph sxWill make the season atmj place 8 miles from Frederick 3L t wnKya 5S 8 To Insur Living Colt f B g Mactf iis by tne lae J At t t S mpsoDsBltck Spanish Jllck ad7out of jt nijet sirt d b Rap e illk be by Gov Wood n Lien retained on all colts ttc t jj s ecure payment of service fee 4 WWILLETTr I 4 VerySerious iiS kte a Ttcyscrioos matter to ask 4 l fcr one medicine and have the WfODCOIMclvea you For this r PSUO in WI e you la buying to IM axfalto get tfaa yenBJac J HUiiIGtISY I I Udej TsratSothIg oldea- mdfr f CStiMIOC in t Mtiaa and liver trouble is firm Jrcttabtfabed It does not iffiitat dMrmadidqM his better tbaa odiera JaoritwooJdnotbotbeliver all others combined t I U y A rT Locaj Happenings or Interest TTOWNoi I The Freshest and Latest JIttI All About Yourself Frlendsf I and AcquiIntances I PII Z4 CS r a CffJ f H U u RENTGood cow pasturet llFOR S P DerrIngerI SAO Good Jersey cow j or tho I cow E F Donellv FORSALE 200 bushel seed rye J R Montgomery Born to the wife of Herman Purdom1 boys V ChinaBoarsGti Wfiorton FOR RENTTwo nice rooms overShader Mullicans groc cry LA BarnsI FORSAKE 2 yearling SbutB down Bucks V iAC L Grundy FOR SALE Onehorse farnfr v agon almost good as Dew W K Robertson 1 EOR SALE OR EXCHANGE r Poiaiihina Boar rag stered R L3ushr J K Walls has pub a tele phone in at his farm No 92 vRingS The infant thUd of Everett Baker died MDnday night and as buried at New Hope PueTt ayS IFOR SALESoW and seven pigsl Also some Duroc b3arswif taken at oncehGoddard Grundy The heep industry is not dead in Washington county yet seven loads were sbipped from this place yesterday and despite the fact that it has been said that this is one of the worst counties fo rirseen a nicer buncBpXJambs The local Dramauc iCompany were In Blpomfiefd last night where they presented the Eloptment of Ellen ItThe j play has been presented quite a number of times and has mel I reat success Miss Graham soaseat teacher in Dramatic Art Fire starting between the third asndHotel rowdea with convention delegates and Odd Fellows at 1c clock this morning created aII panic among the guests who k fled from the ho telrv ia wild disorder The blaze due tJ a tiefectivema1edloss of 1500 R presetatLves of the Anti IfieldI its in the morning the Pres bvteriau and Baptist churches nd in the evening at the Chris an cburch Tney also spoke a tt Mdckville and Willisburg inLo the afternoon They were rect t bdWb wish to call your attentionS to the splendid shoeing made by- eth First National Bank for its past6moaths Notwithstanding the hard times that have pre they make their usual bemus eentSurplus Fund Besides paying expenses and taxes thley added a nice amount to their UndividI edProfiits l Thd J ICas9 Company have brought to this cOunty a Road Engine and toiler combined and road grader and have during the past two weeks worked ilboutone mile of pike on the Springfield and Texas pike The work was done by fexperienced road meu and it is expgcted to demonstrate the merits of the machinery for read making pur poses A number of people are sag gesting a trial of the road ma chinery which the county now owns 41 Picnic There will beheld alt Cecils Grove on Saturday August 5thI by the St Rose congregation aIEiCD CIit It has been psveral years since he people of St Rose have had doch an even and ir this ono equals former picnics at St Rpse it will be a greatplace for enter iuinm jit of old andyo2ng The Fairs Hon W D Claybrooke the Secretary of the Washington County Fair Association ja making a very efficient officer i ni is piu tuFar to the Iron There will be much good atodk jon exibition jvbich isi a neceSsily to a good Fair Our exhibitions iin farmery ears have been sue cessful and good crowds have been In attendance With the preparations that are being mad this year it is hoped to mal e it outshiueany of its predecessors IThE Fair iis a home ontorprlse a 3ndoff Washington county take a jjust pride Mad Dog On lastFriday afternoon a dog ownedb Mr J B Williams w vhomad and after bitingi Mr Will Fawsry and when next heard of was i aneyen log when it attacted Mrs R C Bobhtt She in company with her daughter was just returning home when the dog ata ted vlrs Boblitt whowith much dir- ficultv prevented the animal from biting her It tore her clothing iin several places and attempted to seize her in the throat How evershe succeeded in preventing its biting her until she had got tten into tho house and closed the door behind her During thei whole time shewas screatping tbut dd not succeed in attracting the attention of any one until she reached the telephone and called her husband who arrived upon the scene in a few minutes ith a pistol and shot the dog as e was coming out of his yard This seems to be a fatal year ffor the disease among dogs and it behooves everyone to take care to prevent their dogs being bit- tenl in order that it may ba check edIThis town has practicably been d of dogsVand Marsha Grace advise that all persons who wish to keep their dogs to see t ahattto town v IPDavisonRose Word has gustJ beenI received hereofjLhe marriage 5niHend r nville NC on July 5h of Mrs Ada S Davison to Dr J Leon Rose This inforjnatiqn will be Of interest to many people here Mrs oDayison iis well known and lived here up until the spring f this year when she moved to Hendersonville Dr Rose iis also cowno quite ft number of ourS people as he is a former Kent kian aid lived up until a short me ago at Junction CrtyHe is now a leading druggist of Hen derionville rDeath of Mrs Bush Mrs Ruby Wright Rush died here onlast FridayTncjrning after an illness of about a year Mrs ushwas priorto her marriage Miss Wright and was a native Terre Haute Indi She was orn October 9th 1891 and wits married to Mr R LynneBush June 12 1909 Shortlv after her marriage she came with her bus band to this city and during her hfe here she made many friends and was Highly regarded by alj being in manner gentle and awls le seeking the good will of ev ryne Her life was beautiful as jt was brief and she wjll be much missed by the many close friends she had made during her brief life herej Funeral seiyiceswere conducted at the Baptist Church Saturday by Rev W H Williams as- sistEd by Rev IR E 0 Lawson anti Rev W A Wolfe Inter ment was in Cemetery Hill For Sale t SSOne 1911 Ford touring car5 passenger fully equipped with top curUin win J shield speedy ometer and full set of tools aUmi good shape Oiigina cost 780 One 1910 EjM F touring cart 5 passengrIuly quipped with tQV sturm curtains wind shield s oiin frOnt and full set of tools Oiiginal cIIst1250 Call and get our prices as these cars are going to sell W K Marks Sons Springtiefd Ky If you want nice light his eui Uso While Rose Flour If yon want lice light whit e cake Use Ben Johnson Plour 0Mfg5by Wiilisburg Roller Mills Partiesusing stationary sprint lers must cut them out at once Springfield Water Light CdT ir3Li Al II 7SS Miss Amy RiDe hel Lu QaUland Gal i isltiug Mit Hi H Me Elioy 8 C sfMissi turned fiom a sii jo vilss Mar gie Graham of Heiville Iud Miss Fannie McElroy has re1 atnedvisit to Mrs Mtiry5 i hillipsSMrs SH Bishtp and Mrs JasMoran Jr spent the week end at Maple Hill Mr and Mrs fEhvoodf J Harper left Sunday fort tt oir home in Louisville Mr Helper having completed his engagement with 3tthe Springfield baa ball team Jas Moran Tr4ad S H Bishop were at Maple Hill SunS d fiayMrs Mollie Wal ton and sun Gilbert returned Sunday from isit iwto relatives Marys Misses Virginia atid Nellie oster of Loui illeic are the guestsot their grandparents Mr nd Mrs M Reed fMrj Ricketts Boulware and L O McCarty spent Su day and Mon d trayr c iltouptyj Mr Ed Duncan Ltof Louisville iis visiting relatives here Messrs H Bj j McElroy andI W D ClavbrOok were in Louis ville Tuesday j reMissfi teeldG IneoliMr and Mrs ID L Tandy are iin Campbellsville this weekj Mrs C A Green and sons Sidney arid Clijfion are visiting relatives at Toledo Obiajv Miss Nan DoHneypf Lebanon visited Miss Anpie McElroy Tuesday SMrj off Yazoo Citv Miss are visiting relatives here Misses Marie Barber Louise Faydori Annie McElroy and Barbara Kuhri attended the hop f t Lebanon astThursday- Sylvestsr Hiissell and Nathan unam of Letftnon were here l Sundav Mrs Wrig t and daughter of e Terre Haujellnd attended tbe funeral of Mrk R L Bush dDavidWhayne IndJ Sunday Hon Sam n palding Demo cratic Executive CommUteeman for the Fourth Congressional Iis District was here Tuesday andIImiinformed us j that he bad i its s ctraightJohnson wiildbe a candidate for reelectiqn to Congress Little Mis Barber of Bards ton isv the guest of her aunts Mrs J L Barber IP Misses iPeake and Thurmor of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Arthu 1Mudd Mr and Mrs Nick Roy have returned ttc j their home in Mt c Pleasant lenn after a visit to his parents pro and Mrs WW Ray Miss Sarah ONan is attanding FtMissFtn Bloom fieldj t Miss Mbry Taylor entertains ttomorrowjijight in honor of Mis Mat Hays John NirCellyris at Crab Ortchard thi Iwek t Mi s Klarion Atkinson of Oampbellesville will visit Miss t Sarah 0 anne rVtek Miss LJizzieLeachman will eo to t4OhuiS tile tbniorrow to yiiii relatiye Miss Mariei Barberjiis visiting ini Bard tow Mrs Chas Randolph leaves to day for jjaruii Ill L 0 McUarty iis pending his vac 1t1u at Garopbellsburg Miss Eusi Wathen of Bards townJ notion ttaR returned horns j after s veraj days visit here H fit McElroy is at French Lick If t Mr Fro uanN le of Bloom field isitttct Miss Nancy Tong last w k 1Mrsi thew ek end with Mrs Hill at Hubei 1 and MrsW KMltrks D at Cane Springs J Mrj and Mrs McElroy will re lu nJPriday froni a trip to av- so1i briggs MllsvlMarV Toog spent last week In Lebanon Hdii W F rigsby returned from the CoayentVon yesterday Kentucky name and IiFishUnless sometning is lone iin 1thet Dear fuLudio prpPlithef wholesae destruction of fish andl pam in a d U of season ten t Iackyt ands reams without fish Eve now there is but little use for ther1 un or pole and line and constant scarcity inducement of game iind to fish thlill of law In the shooting of game out of season and in the use of dynamite and seines qTwo things are necessary for preservation of the game and 1 proIstocking reams and fields by means of sh hatcheries ard game pfe serves The killing off ofthe gae as a result of the prejudice against game laws based on the belief that game laws were ad vocajed solely for the benefit of city hunters but the people now realize that good game laws are the benefit of everybody The Kentucky Fish and GamEr Protective Association is gto get every hunter and in the State interested in Lithealong this line One of its plans jis for the State to charge a license of one dolar per year toJ every man who hunts on othere mens land and to charga non arsidents1 dollars per year for hunting this Slate Similar laws are now and have for years past been in force in ev rState in the Union except Kentucky and about three other StatesheUnder such a law a sufficient tan fund could be raised to employ men to see that the fish and game laws are enforced and to provide stocks of fish and game Jor e Inverytate Of course if a man doesnt care a dollars worth i t about hunting he wouldnt have5ato have a liceneaud the burden would fall on those who wouldI t b ther pomuch pe inure One of the big benefits to bee del Vtd by the farmers would be the enforcement of the postin laws and keeping trespassers offf of their lands Under thejpres nt conditions a great many farmers allow themselves 10 bthim thposedrive hunters away but a paid game warn would have no thcheIissu a indiderrto make the employ to went of itJi proposed to put the employ nt of the wardens under the supervision of a nonpartisan sion of four two to be selected by 1the Senate and two th suyba who shall serve without compensation except for necessary ex T ens- eThe1911 Tobacco It is estimated that there wlllu be a reduction of about 15 pet thentUnited States in 1911 as compare with the production ofr 1910 Throughout the country thhorein themontb of May which was ot favorable to the growth ofr quhemade impossible to transplant In the Ohio Valley the crcp is3ti from two to three weeks late Iniththe Bluegrass region the Burley district there has been a rduc baOMtb unsatisfactory selling condi tions that haVe prevailed In2co onheis well nigh trianmbus to the effect lthat the crop will hot hi 3at so large as last year Estimates indicate that Kentucky iias in planted 282751 acres intbbaccp In syearas compared with a ha harvested area last rear amount ing to 875908 acres R Notice All creditors or persons having claim against the estate of John E Sutton deceased are notinedand I Ibrrequired to present the same of properly proven as required by iitrlaw to the undersigned Adminls Jtrator of said Sutton aihis real WasiiDgtorir before the first day of August er f911 H H Qookseyi Administratpr of JoUn Sutton roeceasedtt r his CASTOR iIAIJJfe 1ptIkataOki4rsLS Jie YN 1a A 1NitI o a BMUTI tlM a M wgattrsJ4 or h Ii MIDSUMMER VACATION TD 5S 1 MAMMOTH CAVEL S ROUND SPRINGFIELD TRIP I FROM rJ11 Thllrsday j fl I l l ji And All Way Stations i r I f REGULAR TR41N 6Poql JULY 27 U ALLEXPENCES AT HOTEL ONLY 550 Thia includes your boaTdci w iiHkMii jl to the seyeral routes in the Cave One evening for promenade oV duaeetA GRAND TWQDAVS OUTING Write or Phone L Ali TicM At POORP gEGGRS LIFE Makes Study of Vagrant and Becomes One Himself Albert Clutterbuck Charged With Beg gIna Is Sent to Prison Wrjteo Book on Methods of Mendi cant H Lived With 1f V London A document entitled anIfe ora Beggar was written In Infirmary by Albert Clutterbuck 23 who M IPartsaloud comnion most an ate InterestIngI Of course most of you have heard or know of Netting Dale the home of beggars When a baby lIs born In this noted district and gets to five or seven years of age It Is taken out Its mother and fath rand 7 to beg Its mother takes indiesI r arms anti goes and molests d gentlemen for means to buy the child some bread Their bread beer and most people know that ofIthey give to them to get rid them When the child has bcenlear this way for about six years it ItIsent out willr about six palrsolacet or a few matches and with these continually nplests ladles and gentJeI men and asks them to buy or give few coppers It keeps going out with these until about 16 or 17 ntidI then leaves home to get married By at time they know where to buy their stock of ferns flowers laces nndimatches and where to borrow babies ga IAand the document then wont on to de scribe the beggars summer holiday which Jt said was the only time when the beggar did any worl They went on the road to Kent begging l the way and after working for ree or four weeks at fruit pl ey drew their money spent afterIthe nearest public house anti wards got a job at hop picking wit eir children This over they go jd drink of beer and walked their dens In Netting Dale they spent the few shillings they ofIleftt with their chums As for new clothes with It you might well ask a brick wall to get out i your way In sentencing the man to five days Imprisonment the magistrate said IREASUREJN Mutourn Gets Unique Comparison Shows Present Like Those of Olden gowns Day- sNewYorkColonial takesI ery of revolutionary times their place among the art e world In a coyectlon just presented to the Metropolitan Museum 61 Art here It is a collection not to be duplicated anywhere in the country representing In historical sequence e life of a family and the SoCial e of colontaldaya- There Is a big case filled with Old time bdnnets hats and caps All are 4 aint and many of the caps are beau 4 drul with fine old embroidery and lace Above the case are three old me bandboxes Orie of the hats Is as big as any of 4 e present day and Is trimmed with the bright green so much affected in uptodate millinery this spring The t would have to be dipped to enter 4Thenuld be worn without alteration as e of the theater caps of today It sewn overat Intervals with pearls 4 and there are toopvof strung pearls one side Next Mp Itls s bonnet which shuts together like an accor dloni The children copied their elders those days as they do In this nndI a case of a number of old dolls Which are shown one little lady doll her accordion hat and her band box in which to place it- IVE15OOOOO TO NURSE L New Yorker ton9a Cripple Leaves l1MOlt of His Fortune to House keeper Miss Peregrine NewXorkB1 the will of Waltei Duryeat the crippled athlete and oker filed the other day the bulk his fortune estimated at 2600000 goes to Mist Eleanor Peregrine a ained nurse who acted as his house t keeper for the last 12 years hisS life She Is given 50000 outright 30 000 Jn trust a house In Montclalr N iJand all the residue oftheestate aft certain legacies hay been paid Her totaU share Is thought to be worth f00b000 Walter Durjea broke his back In dlvldg In August 189D He spent the Elol1r ltfcin a harness but do spite his slender hold on life manage affairs with great shrewdness mbargo on strltlMi Llva Stock 1oadomThe high commiEsloller r tIUnot of South Africa has been totlflojljfy his government that wfngjhenecittoutbncak oftoot- naiixiiitiuifease an cattle sheep 1dpf skipjedl to Great Bnllaln- ili a114jd5to lsiid in South Af a utI1fdlhefnot1W =i i I NOTICE I fie following few item 1 I attention atthfoo we due to eM yo r Sep ourCallaud e our 1 I Blue Perfection p L4 1 Enameled War HiStoves A new lot of DIAMOND I Water Colors Raz EDGEII Getourp ics on See Our lute of I I and 1ROoiig I 0 K Fi zreo I I I all PlumbingflqA1i and euswhenhtuv Jfr CLEAYE I LL1TZI l 111 I T t l I t IIII If 00q1dTh9s O pke 11I III omevntoourratitctiYe M t gaze on the appetizing cakJM ps bias kandConfectionery They look foo4l ajiiliar oOL- II They Will Mate Yoi III F4ungryI and if you take somehome tbe family will HIM 11 I I yoiiJ Eyerytfiing from sCMMMtWJI jfejir special mince pie is Ute bast ofLkiiIkuIsusu well made and perfectly delicious II GiveusaeuiI1is i 1 3I iilZG RALn t HERTLEIN-i tM 4H 0 t ti0V Bulkff JBJack ja k with hite points 15 hands hli 7yP1I kf S the Rapfsr Jack he by Goy WobS pai oft Ihnk 1IPSeSaUS hasprov ahimselt a great breeder Cord IerissirisIt ttHE GOY I illje will Jcrw Jciwcti atHI CM M Hm rf i service wi h privlleger 1ItHlI1Ig 31 1 AtiX A PETERSTHuRMAn 1 T SPRINGFIEI fer iJii k A tW T z DUB wa- M 31J iiAisdst I 1sisir to gsi- but Mod m Lofl by CHAi C TTCUiOM Hci t I TheN t f4 r IJii r J TFI tJ a kIVING THEM AJ1r r 4 4 i 4Ur tJI MtIsbrL4 w- WIri r 1ny aM Mp aI f to ekto I want to Kin Str takdiM luMlraoft TH yfll DIii i4 i iytkg aT ut t t y WI to f1I gst lit tcit7 pat to Mt at tM b Wi4 NTb47 PISL ekui my- YCMI at wucowf- i ui1iyi Yc4 ws1r atri teli laftW iit Wk14 i r irSNe JIItr ui aA1 tit tlmav I how qCMII aa t ta zbo tr tJNIatM statptMt trta ftTMI MiM4 M taw t t kMrf M Til KtrftTflUlt- T sto taRtoiimto tMtttcHI I Ms tr tt uM to iIIi6A rtlttk b to take tks platoi r tJM leftaa4 vrycfaFiat im a rir Kit tfe sW at JMt ao1at o the awoituEau ir t 4tQt t tS- It Hra- Ri i mr caMfci will Bjo j a I tovw wteT 4r tlM Int sir WMks attttI WH mar rM ai I lOt vary Uw4 of it riei- eitataruoJ rR MtayougIr1a ihe irMMirlpc ft a t later Pat l fHrMta t dM p i WW a rf etly tovaly lat salt j JUMft fli iwMtofoa to ak ft k M Malif w i W r itamt to kve yott to dla r ai tat towrikc kouse only It M PM ft sfcaan to ftakyou ftwmy from a 4 1fet ytoamtof lieu tboa a I do take ft tt yrW mj aiaapl aiL i 1 s gpaii it ta ft pl w tothiak j1 Cut tM m e Mid Xaafe YoeM jit MuK UTe ft eiuutge TaU It from f I a JMT that cabbage la form TK Jsr4ys1nekyear-jMlfe ei appetite cutoe It sa 0 ywi will HI iktek Wlee craaed1atam t tH JttulKet j JM KIIU fts often aj we do j M tke koarilBC ke ee Cabbage la AI wiek a ri of evrUves there aa go- srtK yttho7iTtk1JrL Lr1 e A feu fee to her Bothers 4t4 latewee Jaiea mate II taiak I V aIae J aeia thlH bratag Ta heetm kurrU4 laID the kltchea 1 to aaftke ftekaage ia aer menu A eatevte later Bertk etorted for the aNdwttore Itat everytMax all rlfhtf asked Miid Teat biat iuraa1d ruonl f 4witkttr1 iit k4r a ueniBd I hope 41IY MWct tool appe To were a darling to ukutiHBek seM BeaUy A ekftftge from Ikoardtec koaee fare will do is lots o- fI4 i ft Wood Iat uhngryuwoIfI ftp iiI ekUaed Maude I coiiM bat Nt ut111nC Kxcept apples exclaimed Emily 1 n talUt iar landlady has bought a car gtrIdotthsmCWtt seee to the rfCbtof us apple Ltith1Itotaau1adandfrIedIn rat of aI JBxcvwe me a minute Ill have ll t o tot adtckea 4 o thtr khdBC iatnr tt 4Thekoeteee returned soon somewhat flushed Thea Bertha wu seen hurry lag down the street s alp itsMUM he nice to kave the atone- o aear sald Maude glanclnc at the elockl Bat you mustnt go toan1 4SrOibISS for BS J iofttud declared Emily Wi j iI ke fTerytblaff I lhoughffl smelled 1oiiaj eiI Jut love them7lf they 4ireaJH spoiled with sweetening t I4T didnt know you disliked sugar in thelk IIxcuae me I will Me how jiear Ivaeheea te Yeady- MM gary Is terribly uneasy about nit Imnoa ft eald Maude to Emily 1 oat believe Xc Gary allows her to c intertain much i hate a stidaT raaa t J4ot yea They may they are awfullj eoftomkelr If she makes aaothef tourney oUikitchen Iahall starve Vtaykow well have some good borne rfood1 4f Ithiak she ought to keep a slate S a the kltehea aad make ft note of jthtefg from the grocery said Emily el1oM that mald sending her so often utlt The luncheon of cold boiled 1 oftBtaed cora sad other products of the stearest tore was received hi dlsap a Ul silence hn Garys guest Ia iMt it passed ejK so badly that Mrs guesuIjto 90 so a nave a good ey7v Duriae the lachrymal flood Billy altered My luacheoa was a failure They p lwouI teat anything I had to make s new meAu aad and Bertha baa giver aotice Kpleftse Billy let4CQ tc boux lag No oneaprec1ateJ I Ills thk what they wouldnt bayer 4 andedt1lyjuyIagjhe 4lnnen tt looks great to little Willie TJm med cabbage apple salad tom tees and say yen must hre bun i trta lOu srevtoM existence Boftrdlng ladeedl The troubIe is those s rts have the jkteklnc habltaboard Mg house disease my deer Well not i iftke ft y more chances of catching 1t4f 4tea really lilte thew thjajs t asked Billys wife cheering up Then Im glad the girls didnt wantthegi I thin t home is bests too Those horrid glrii can justgo to a restaurant next Um Oiey want ft change of fare eatth I iinrrS Much has bees said against the hab t tij i tftwl science Istormed tin denun r 1m IL iu plUta ecllanlcaI duty tlhAt fiieiemlMtM dtiease but she seea A e Htle hajjie of abollahlng the kiss LOSS lIM HANDt 1 MANURE Much ef Geeri QtwHtlee Lost by Ex peevre te Elefn ntai for Period 1 ef Four Months iBy XNTQN a WAGNER etatl9tlshasthat whea the stable manure is piled up and left exposed to the rains the lose from leaching of the fertile ale ments is very lar eThe New Jersey station finds that manure exposed for 100 days lost over onehalf of the nl InenonebaUof the phosphoric acid the same proportion of the potassium had been 1ost More than oneialf of the constituents had been lost by aa exposure of less than four months Work from other experiment stations confirms this A treat deal of valuable manure to also lost in badly arranged stables where there are poortfacilities for re covering the manure The valuabta liquid manure is lost by drainage The best way to save all the fertile elements In manure Is to haul it on the fields and meadows and spread It evear ly over the land Washed into the soP U Is preserved for the next crop EASY WORKING GATE HANGER Dlicardecf Wheel From Cultivator or Pulley May lo Utilized Simple of Construction Any old pulley or cultivator wheel may be utilized as an easy working hanger for your farm gates with but few moments time to construct Tke two sides of hanger are cut long enough so they will allow ample space forjthe two ends of hanger the wheel and the one board of gate as shown la Utestration Make the two ends The Gate HangerI er spreaders the width of the Dulls or wheel and after boring holes for the bolt to hold pulley in place In the sides of hanger nail tpgether as illus trated Fasten same tuthegatepostj with two strap hinges at ends of hanger which allow the gate tabe swung to one side as well as pushed back The gate Is hung by leaving off the center board and placing ft through hanger then nailing to the cross pieces of gate Saving the Value of Manure Hauling manure directly to thIS field as soon as made and scattering It is the safest method of handling By this method nothing Is lost by teN inentation and very little by ing When the manure is blenchI der the fermentation takes slowly and no nitrogen is lost The carbon dioxide and acIds produced unite with the other elements in the soil and result in more plant food be ing made available All the4 organic matter is saved for humus in the soil Making Mulch of Litter Dont b rnupanr kind of coarse litter that accumulates around the feedyartf but save to mulch different plants in the garden If some manure Is mixed with the litter so much the better Such mulch will make melons cucumbers and mnny other plants bear more heavily and will save cultl ration after they aye well sUutod In a Twin Divorce Suit With their little daughter aa the guerdon the twin divorce suits ot Love vs Love the one filed in Baker City Ore and the other in New York qty now promise to prove bitter con tests Almost immediately after filing a bill for divorce in Baker City Or late on the afternoon of St Valen fbieda1 Sidney C LOV left for New York city to fight the suit brought against him by his wife Mrs Marjorie Burnee Love the filling of which he surmised was pending According to diipatches from Baker City several months since a detective came there and has since shadowed Love Mrs Love already has retained counsel to represent her in the process brought in Oregon Little Is known of Loves personal affairs in the mining town of Baker City and his personal friends refuse to talk MrsLoY4t1s equally retllut but the positive and bitter estrangement t clubman and hisof the once popular wife now appears to be absolute Defiles Patilng of Years j Drp D Martin of Tulsa OWa iIs fltleUnited States He is 89years old At the clinical convention of North Amer- Ica surgeons in Chicago recently In Martin performed an operation which 11showedI and Judgment had been In no WaY noired by age I Colic In Horses Colic in horses has sometimes been produced by a sudden change of teed in the fall or earlyl winter from old to new oats The safer way is to change gradually beginning at first by mix lug one part of new wth three parts I tthe5 graduall1u I 4IMercesI Favorite Prescription 1 I jfie best el M4eiai for the cure cdUeties atieriea aad wiilmiiiM peetriuu to wpmea Jt U the Jlt ii titkW rie by a re ularjy radu f ftYWef wimtm aai aximieeeeil eaj skilled specialist in 0 i eeIitioaef t 1zDYw taii so aIhol t JtlfYf o MWt Jrui id rWeli J 3 aost5c Mts 4tt1 T godI tiMt iU ankers iii h Me MauiiJs d rteC a e JiIP Weluis dk rrerywler t adsey dieter who hat it sea- S iLL e wo1 =luiuiin No inialirfiitjiae hoed M the WHM Md the dfliIt wbe tmtth t she a ut d M Dr PiweeV is eithec aMetakea f bp to deceive yo fer hk owa1Ieh tbeai t Suck e ass kaet to N rtt H k trIIIIIf with yer ot pricI pGcI eeMi tbeyuur Isle staiR c IIwt ftd prh1a fer i 1L HOW YO COOK ONIONS RItpIAi BOilDOflFAiED Formula for Stuffing Them Attth Sau sage and Ego VarlaUona jr Pre parlng Potatoes and Cauli flower The days are here when the averag mustcaterlorhersett1s Onions we always have with ust waysbesUeslcommonly figure in the household plan For Instance they can be staffed the sweet Bermuda onions be Ing fipeclally good for the purpose Here is one popular formula Large specimens are selected and boiled until nearly tender but not quite so The inside is taken out pa4takena hardboiled eggj two tablespoonfuls of bread crumbs seasoning as liked an ounce of butter four drops of taI pthleyThecracker crumbs scattered over the top ft tiny bit of thin bacon is put on each after which they are baked 30 minutes or until agreeably soft Potatoes the dependable have the culinary virtue of being infinitely vari able For instance when boiled and baked and frled they have become a tittle wearIsome and the homely tu bers are no longer young enough to early a sauce gracefully try them baked with eggs For a moderate sized dish hi tWit style you will need four coldboiled potatoes and six hard boiled eggs all cut in slices about a fourth of an inch thick Put a later of the potatoes in the baking dish which must be well but bred seasoning with salt and pepper end cover with a layer of the eggs Repent this and pour over the result twd cups ol thin white sauce Covey with cracker crumbs soaked in butter and bake until brown on top thIturmay ICookfta before but Atuff with a filling ef equal Puts of chicken madsI soft stale bread crumbs and TblSIabouldand pepper i if liked and Is to be fedf caked in butter and bake as scribed above deI In cooking cauliflower try tag it tender in half milk and half water it greatly Improves the flavor fcnd appearance of the flower Afterward the liquor which wlll have boiled down in the process for this vegetable should never be cooked with the lid on the vessel may be thickened with butter and flour after which one has a tasty sauce with tot further trouble HINTS FOR THE HOSTESS Attractive Way to Serve Banana Ice CreamHow to Combine Aprk cots With Curs ao Banana ice cream has quite a fee tive appearance when served in slier 1bet glasses and decorated with frosted Il csof bananas and preserved ries which sbouldbe stoned chefPI tirelr treed froth superfluous juice 10 frost the bananas dIp the slices into a thin white icing similar to aI cake frosting The slices should be merely glazed and not heavily coaled If it is inconvenient to frost the ban anas the slices may be used plain Snowballs of ice cream are very at tractive when served with snowballs of cake on a wintry night when real snow is flying out of doors To pro pare the cake cut out rounds of white lady cake free it from crust and dip It into cocoanut frosting If a little cocoanut is sprinkled over the ice cream balls the two will look so much alike that one can hardly tell the difference A famous chef served apricots with Curacao Remove the Juice from a pint can of apricots Add a tablespoonful of sugar and the rind of an orange to the Juice Let it boll ten minutes then remove the rind Stir in two tablespoonfuls of Curacao and pour It over the fruit Serve when coldSA few spoonfuls of Curacao add a delicate flavor to sliced and sugared fiayorlng is very nice with boiled dumplings and batter puddings In which cherries or peaches are used Do not however have more than a UCgesUon of this Motion1 Society Pictures women flavorI to spend front 3000 to JlOOOOa year for photographs of themselves and their children have seized on a new phase of this idea They are taking to motion pictures and the phono graph They want motion i ctures ot their children at play or at parties so they may have them in alter years Just as they have their children photo graphed several times a year to keep until the children are grown up Lile wise they arc keeping records of the voices of the children by phonograph When the time arrives that both the motion pictures and the phonograph can be made to work synchronously the value of thA picture and auditory records will be increased The Idea of society women at present is to take moving pictures of their children and to show them at Christmas time or on occasions when the members of the family are gathered together The fad of course is somewhat expensive ut society women have taken to It Auctioneers Hourglass An auctioneer of this city collects lohlsanthings ann resting set of auctloa eons hour glasses The Auctioneer of a century or so agp ended a sole not by saying Go ing going gdne and rapping the counter with his hammer but it was his better method to turn up a tree running glass toward the end of tho bidding and lo end the sale Irrevo cably when tliq sands ran out ThU saved confusion and dispute PhlldelphlaOne is of tortoise shell and mother of pearl Another la of anther and gild Ivorr07Pb1l4JlnhIB Mrs SOrplflgWfla laergymafa re Wiyiefl 59r J10 for marrying a cou lie and by and by 4 lawyer Is paid IOQ for getting r Divorce for them Mr fgrgppingtOWeil its worth Iethat te1IJat ItiPuucJi 1rf EVOLUTION OF THE NECMIt It Was Intended at Ffrst to Proteoi tha Throat and Ma History Date jfcental The detail necktie Sack totStuartLI ttlnctly practlca1l ufe It was inteni td protect the fthroat Its history tony be traced fri m the time of the tftuarts in England when immense xuffs which served as neckcloths nnd collars were worn Later meckclothf er cravats were a opted and no doubt Vera a welcome c ange from the atlft uncomfortable ru f They were of Brusaels or Fund irs lace tied in a not under the bin and the nds tieing allowed te ang square Still later they were vorn much longer the ends being assed through the foutton holes of tie waistcoat The lace neckc oth was succeeded small cambric bands hut was re fittoduced In Quern Annes time and untriItied In a large pw in front was Iorn and this In turn was followed ioJY a vhlte cambi Ic tock buckled in the back and ti muslin cravats which were tied In trontlDan im mense bOW In the early prt of the last cen au7 the stiff llna collar had begun io be worn and tfie cravat Vaa passed twice around the collar and tied In n fanciful bow In tzont About 1820 oravats were mae very wide in the center and tape ed off toward the ends Forty yesago stocks and cravats began to disappear and scarf to take their plac j From these scarfs gradually growing smaller was do eloped the mod 1n neat l1cktJe She Stayed Doesnt your r Mm sUIt you North rllhave ft low light put In if you wish aria Ill giv you my rocker and a nice lace curta n and let you have an extra afternoo Indade maam I couldnt think dv BtayinV The wor dfl be hard an me health that dill at I musht gQ at once me brothe do be takln me to the seashore toi iorrow the hate la too much fer me But what shal I do No cook and nil these boarders Would 10 suit you better than 6V Ah Mis Jenki you know me wake nessmq third always said me heart was that soft an1 to desartyou in the time av stress shtay Yes Ill go back to mo kicl en hate or no hate- an buckle to an the victuals will be scaredIextry afternoon an betther toilet soap an the Ut dollars Ill take off me hat but ye c one by the skin of a hair to losjn me mvArgonaut SOME FIFTH CENTURY JESTS Anecdotes Take r From Joke Book Compiled by fereok Student In FlfU Century r The following mecilofas are takes from a volume f Jests compiled by a Greeks udent of Alexandria Hier odes by name In the fifth century A D rA learned man wishing to swim was nearly drowned whereupon he swore that he would nc ver touch water again untlUhe learned how to swim Of twin broth rs one died A professor thereupon ncetlng the survivor asked Isitym that died or your brother iA scholar me ting another of tho profession said I hearB you were otherit yousee that I ajni said the first la perplexity I dont know what to be Hevfi for the man who told me about it is a much more truth tul man than yo iM A professor e bald man and a bat ber traveling to ether agreed to keep watch In turn lour hours each while the others slep The barbers turn came first He uletly shaved the head of the sleeping professor and when latIand finding it hire cried out What n rascal that barber Is He waked the bald man mate d of mel When Pal ness Was Piety In the days jf the Puritans the stocks were not unknown as a penalty for looking too healthy Ruddiness of complexion was a crime when a gaunt visage was reg rded as an outward sign of sanctity Doctor Echard wri ting In the ear y eighteenth century remarks Th lt was they would scarcely let a mind faced man go to heaven If he ad but little blood In his cheeks his condition was abcount dangerous and I will assure you a led honest m a of sanguine complex If he chant ed to cODe nigh an of InIfroKty morning Few of the January facet to be see if In a London street bowever woulc run any risk of draw 0 this enaPrio The Ccxiide of Many DeathsIcountry mostdahgerousbecauae so decep nysuddencIIij by it heart dis rJts4uw ease pneumonia ii i heart failure os U apop1C are olten kidItie disease If Ikidn y trouble is allowedtoadvance N LL thekidneY lOn ed blood will at tack the vita 0 gang causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine lien ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervouS- ness or the Ik dneys themselves break down and was away cell by cell Bladder troupes almost always result from a derange tncnt ofthe kidneys and better health Iip that organ Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRootcorrecfs inability to hold urine and calding pain inpassing itandovcrcomes that unpleasant necessity througlithethe night Tlunuldandimniedlate effect of SwampHoo the great kidney retired is soon realize It stands the highest be cause of its ret lirkable health Testcrinf properties A rial will convince anyone SwampHoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all di uggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You inayhave a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both spnt free by mail Address Dr KHmer CQ Binghamton N y When writing mention reading this gsa erous oiler in this paper Doht maki any mistake put remember the name J SwampRoot inplaceofSwdnipRootUyou4o irfd dopt let a dealer lIeli a JBOVEC COFFEE PERCOLATOfl Itf AdVantafco la That the Essence Ir Extracted Without Boiling the Ground Berry A device for making cofffeo Ural iIs said to be a big improvement ove the oldstyle coffee ppt has been designed ba New York man This li called the coffee percolator and the Advantage lIs that the essence of tbs cbffea la extracted without boiling the ground berry a process which Is said to liberate the Injurious tannIn acid The percolating device consists of twa metal cups one to fit In Lire other and both to rest In the top of an ordinary coffee pot or any similar vessel The lower cup has a find metal strainer and has a rim which supports It on tie pot Tile other Cup has perforar tlons so graduated as to regulate the flow of waterby gravity The coffee beans are ground thoroughly and dust placed in the lower cylinder TheI upper cylinder fs then inserted boiling water is poured into that Through the graduated perforations this water will slowly trickle into thai cup below and seeping through the coffee will absorb its essence and drip Into the bottom of the pot The cups are then removed and the liquid poured HOW TO COOK HAM RIGHT Kansas Mans Chef Tells the Secret of Preparing Porcine Confection That Is Delicious i PerryMnay not know much atfout biological influences of the processes of nutrition he might flnd it hhrdtto distinguish between carbohydrates and proteins but Perry can cook ham Perry of course you remember is President Waters man Friday To see Perry affectionately regard the Waters collection of old hams is to see Homethlng you will never forget To eat somelof his sausage Is to record one more reason for wishing to live I have linterviewed Perry on the cooking of these old hams salfl Pres- Ident Waters This his general 7lan He first thoroughly washes the bam with a scrubbing brush to get all the mold off and havo it thoroughly clean Ho then soaks it In warm water for bout twelve hours keeping the ham submerged Then be puts It Into a dlshpan In which he has placed a plate or pie pan to keep the ham from cooiing into contact with the bottom of the pan covering It with another dishpan He bolls it for about three hours for a small or mediumsized ham or four hours for a large one After taking it off Perry removes the akin rubs a handful of New Orleans or brown sugar over It covers it lightly with mixed spices puts it into a hot oven and bakes It for about half an hour It Is then cooled and served c61drKansas Industrialist For the Sunday Supper When there is game left from dinner a delicious salad may be made from it Chop half a cupful of ceterjf very fine and also a bunch of cresa the finer these are chopped the better Season tftesi lightly with salt and pepper and work them Into a couple of tablespoonfuls of butter When the cress celery and butte are thorough ly blended form the mixture into balls Then make the salad first rubbing the dish with garlic Put a layer of crisp white lettuce leaves Into It a few sprigs of cress and then distribute around It slices of cold boiled carrot end beet and put some of the meat cut fa fine pieces Put in a layer of the butter balls then another of the etables and game and cover the egjl with balls Stick white celery tops around the top of the salad and sprinkle ovec it a tablespoonful of pers Send the salad to the table with a bowl of mayonnaise and put a fpoonful on each portion as served Stewed Beef Heart After washing the heart well cut lIt Into small square pieces put them Into a saucepan with enough water to cover them If any scum rises skim It off Now take out the meat strain tthe liquor put back the meat add one sliced onion two tablespoons of chop ped parsley a head of celery chopped fine pepper salt paprika and two heaping tablespoons of drippings or butter Stew until the meat is very tender Mix together one tablespoon plot browned flour with a little wa fir stir this Into the pan allow to bolt up iilwjrve naked Smelts Bone one and onehalf pounds ot imolt lay Ina buttered baking pan tkin side down season with sat and Iredge with flour baste with butter md bake about ten minutes In n hot von Can be prepared tha night bft re Mortification Well Earned An Englishman alonewlth Richard son the novelist said to him am happy to pay my respects to the thor of Sir Charles Grandlsonr tor at Paris and at The Hague and in fact at every place I have visitedlt- la much admired R1cliardsonappeatedno to notice the compliment but when all the company were assembled addressed the gentleman with Sir I think you were saying something about Sir Charles Grandison uNo si ihe replied I do not re member ever to have heard It men IonedFrom Arvlnes Cyclopedia ofj Anecdotes Land of the Free Stranger So this Is a real Mr burg eh Citizen of Golngsome You Just bet it Isl WhYJ weve already collect ed a fat fund to encourage avlatlofc parties to land hereI Stranger Clever Idea what fc Juccmenta are you offering Citizen Free landage free gasoline ted the freedom of the cltl Ulus tinted Sunday Magazine T I w 1Erqt Fdrgetralness I t lLt j beganthea ticket fora lull ourso atid it i1er are any extras tack them cal I need assistance of that Jtlnd and if I dont get H pretty soon Ill be a social out cast jjtIlt Is pexfectly ridiculous that pee- opeshavinglife is so short what difference can U make in the history of a hundred years or so whether youdo or do not forget to attend to sonidthlng you had in a inoment of aberaUon raid you would I like breadth of view my self If Joseph Stevens only had fial breadth of view he would not npwca considering mo with lofty disdain in stead of bestowing upon mo the dp voted admiration which oncjj was ni7 portion from him Taking it all ln all I succeeded last week In getting my self cor4iallyi hated by more person than I had before realized were on my list of acquaintances It seemed so gootl to hive an evening with nothing to do when Wed 1j911IfSo alter dinner I went upstairs and made myself rpady for bed I rubbed cold cream into my haggard cdun tenanco for ten minutes and JId my hair up on curlers because it had seen so much of the hot iroM that it needed a rest Just as I was turning rangIand into my room with a bewildered countenance She blinked at my cos tume and my shiny face Dear me ebe murmured This Is most peculiar df youl Joseph Ste vens is downstairs Send him away I said sleepily Tell him I have three headaches and feel another coming cal I will try to excuse you properly mother said with dignity But she Icam back almost Immediately He Insists that he has an engagement to take you to the theater thfs evening I Just regarded mother sternly When I am guilty of anything serious I find It is a great moral bracer to net as if the otier person were at fault You can eec for yourself I told her that I cart go to the theater with my hair done like this and about a pound of cud cream on my face I think it most annoying Of seph to keep such an inopportune era gagement Youll have to make a thoroughly good explanation mother dear and get me out of it gracefully Mother Is sometimes most hard hearted l ahall tell him she an nounced uncompromicingiy that you forgot all about IU Abd she did Ive been writing contrite notes to Joseph ever singe- but he seems to think that he Is i1 Jured 61The next day I met Mat Mlllw downtown shopping and we had tea together I devoted fifteen minutes to telling her about the card party John Pool had asked meto on the 2Sth and how flattered I was to have him pick me out and what I was go log to wear and how he had asked moMf I preferred violets Wfcon I got through she coughed ia ill odd Way I suppose she 1Uurm red a Mt tie thing like the dinner at my house on theESth which you accepted last week couldnt be expected to remain intyour memory Sometimes it Is convenient to forget things Nothing I could say In my horror served to convince her that I hadnt slighted her deliberately Mwy is so tachy SJiel never apeak to me 5aln I suppose I was so upset over it that I got home before J remem bored that I had a fly9 Oclock ap pointment with the dressmaker So I didnt get my spangled dress in time for Sallys dance I had to wear the Mink one that elmply kills the pink dress Sally wore and I had promised her not to wear mine Now she thinks Im a deceitful cat and wanted 0 spoil her looks sliiI hadnt remembered Inviting IIand until they walked in on me The cook was sick and mother and l were eating handmade sandwiches in the pantry at the time I really was o bit confused Leaving mother speech less I marched all six of those girla around the corner to a little home restaurant and gave them n 35cent table dhote luncheon Oft course Ill havo them at homo again soon to make up for it but most of them seemed annoyed at taking all their best clothes into a cheap cafe I think they wore lucky fo get anything to eat at all It seems that when we left the restaurant I forgot to pay the check for that evening while the minister and his wtfo were oalllng the pro prietors son rang the bell and in a loud and distinct tone which pent trated easily to the living reomde ilrercd his opinion of pereons who tried to sneak out of paying for what they ate Im npt at all popular with my family Just now in consequence of my recent misdeeds and I have very tet trlendi left I think Venus must have sowethlncbuttronomy cant ho sure Still the most o ln1 rlstupld people can remember tlngstt ptrlkeq me as being a mark of dli Muctiun to forget ml GETTING i RID OF INSECTS They Will Depart irWopden Furnl turi and Crevices Are WasHed Wfth Weak Solution of Alum A housekeeper of long experience says she no longer is troubled with Insects posts of any kind since an old cook4ol her to wash her shelves Poors t bcd l4s bureau Drawers th rroodwork around sink and all crevlcci vlth a rather weak solution of alum water This setup housekeeper does her own patching of iron pots and pans bbs mixes a pound of salt and two pounds of wood aches to a thick past snd fills in the break In the iron She theru sets It away to dry whentbe comas hard as the Iron itself and thpleak stops Andther of her contrivances for soft erring hard water for washing clothes was the rdg4bcfore wash day to put bout a pecxT of wood ashea In tbe bottom or arrel arid fiB it Un With the hard water By morning the gen tIe itlkall 1ms aoftemvd the water as no modern washing poder does as ute Ir nrDnV hrttcr = a = n rwrCWIdrt1 Cry for Fletchers IiiliQ You Bfcvo Always Bought and irhWi JIM in lor over 80 years Has fcorxife the tffiaattijfe of and liasbeit ma4 Hatder his pe f sonal supervision since to ialtateys thisAUJustafigoodV ate butj CExperimentp thajt trifle with and endanger the lieaHh of Infants and Cto larch Experience Vgalnst ExperUteatr What is CASTORCastorlo is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil 3Pai gorlc Drops an i Soothing Syrups It Is iPleawafe Iiconttins neiThe Opium Morphine or other Xar 4e substance Its AgoIs its guarantee It destroys Woeat and allays Fev rtsbness It cures Diarrhoea a4lWIri4 Colic It rellcy a Tccthin TrOUb1cs cures CoiaetiMteit and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates titStomach arid B Wf giving healthy asd nntrurril Jilng The Childrens PanaccA Tlie Mothers Frleskd CE itE CASJORI A ALWAYS Bears the Signature ft = The KM lottlave Always Bmigkt In IJJse For Over 30 Yfars int ecNTAun n vmcrr Hew em 0 Gve Up Hope Il suffered five years with slwful pains due io wo iui ly troubles wites MrsM ii McPherson from Chid bourn Ne They grew worse till TwouW often fatI could nott wal c at all and I had an awful Hikfint jn my side backacheI die but my huitand urged mei to try Car uii so 1 began aind the firstrbotft helped me Byj the timfe the third bottle was uKd I cbuW do all my work All tile peoplft auround herr sld 1I would die but arduireIIeved me s CARDUNTOeKf For years ICardu has been relieving womans 111oreihan50 making weak women ifrdn and wehV thousands of women hive writttw likei Mrs McPHersonto tell ofltthe reaIlYS1t rprisiflf rewlji they obtained by the use of this purely yegtiabie tonic remedyfor women Cardui strengthens builds restores and T nevsorevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly froubtet If you are a woman begin taking Cardui i today Write to Ladies Advisory DeoU CbattiaooM M dlda Cf ClnHiaii T for Sptcial Instructions and 64plfe bpok Hoaie tteatmuA WMM nJ EVERY JLiNsi74T i j IItelephdni i United States rates reasonabet service the best L 1aI I CUM BRL ANJP EtiEPHONETELEGRAPH COMPANY t Incorporated jS k i i 1001 theBIeRIrd In Maeterlincits Blue Bird Jlttle Tyltyl goes tosbme faroff heavenly plate to leant that Jove abides with him at home There he meets lather Love Hesays he wishes to stay with her always where she looks so beauti ful to him ShQ answers But t- 1Justi and to learn once and for all how to see me when yon see me flown bejow Dp you understand Tyjtylt dear Yon believe yourself In heaven biit heaven is wherever ouj and I kiss each other There are not two mothera stud you have no other Every child has oaly one and it is always the same one and always the most beautlfol hut you have to kTaqw her and to knov how to look I The Highest Kite Flights The art of flying kites Is carried t Its greatest perfectlon at the largo aerolbglcall observatories and the best records ot jaUItudes up to daJo have been made at MOunt Weather jVa add Lindenberg Germany T1e former station is 525 meters above sea level the latter only 120 a circum stance that should be remembered comparing the records made in tbo two places The following list of the highest flights recently published by Dr Assmann gives the altl ude bovo the ground not above sea level 1 M6unt Weather 6740 meters 2 Lid denberg 6660 meters 3 youuLI We tbcr6619 nletersi 4 Mount Weather 64 4 meters 6 Lindenberg 6385 meters 6 Mount Weather G7a meter CliaufTeur as Crltfa Dramatic critics could take a les ron from taxlcal drIvers in the art Of damning a nlaiysjjd a western nnI laiiadltibn to their capability they have a peauliap b Tortuntty for exercising their ta1cnLTho other night I told a chatiroujhbkad drlvv en us to a eeitafn4tbcatertkat Jft mlrlit call for us andlako W horaV Very WdUSaId he About What time At the end of the ccOud actL Why at the end of the seces actl nsked v I 1 guess the rest of ep1tlii no w dtahclhd Anyowa god jjajrt of the auioncefscar nome thea sW VorkSftn V A coko had 4eea sefratway Iesee- tttcn until it wiis uft hexd a4 ue pee mi Wal brick If WM wripsd latdth wrupg ttUtor hot water sad tkeat and an outside oirerlng of per l4t remain for about 24 tiqus And Jt Will he as noUt as if frwUV wtult I1J recipe P ble tests j r Jr r TO CULTIVATETE q tNAP- VeetdbieCrjek Beth Mrs jfand CvltlvatIe W t eiS PTreee RUIfflNGThe after setting it te beetle cultivate the p i orchard Ja vecetihhM oC some sofc buUaever la rhea OI rye The tentable crop reaWe beth waavre aicultlvatloBi which beat the jmiej pear trees Y Wfiea the er trio wkec a r growth the fifth year ihe orefcari eea be put In clones aafc IItt two or threst years ia that rep 1Tie first crop of etover asp lie taken off but the secWd are bMnever he tkea off bet shewM he leel to rot 4a the froiai to eawfcfc f teoflSWhip the pear 6rclwi Js te etereV It is beneficial to he ef jnifc irisat each tree la the spriac as- soil hiip taw loose atwad it this iroPamany Insects ad also keeps theasi fpm nesting there c Each spflitr and fal 4ewa s4K trunks and larger limbs otM Uiaa with a soluOoa of soft oafi aW Ttatm about half and half Thti 4eenM I ealhcaithyKeep dowa ait sucken 1iro rxa 4 Jrtheav but little prjuninx It the trem aiM strong and vigorous jnewthfsr a itei4eeaitoexpense of the width Boweershould he done to coniform te tIN he4 its and natural shapI ot the tree t i rlsntinIrres p ttIIebeetOctober to the ftUdl4 tit Hevemfcer s the Met tiar to iplejit attebe mAt that tiMe wwOly the roM4 It loose antI moist ucIey Si well but not wet sad tIckrSthe frowieif seaon jis over ssslw r trefl will hardly he Iajnr4iJ the ch aee from wtrsenr e Jteek that have h ea citi g and prepsitag for 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