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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 27, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 new1911072701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, July 27, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v v I ESTABLISHED it I IIN 1883 tiii t 4flH A NZW S1F VOL XVIIll f4G 19 S RING IELD WASHINGTiON kENTUCKY JULY 271911 tr- i h W f iJ CoiiMrfskrs Arremted v t Hartford gyJu1v22Oapt TE 1Intansti1isJMt of Chrife Niflbol Deputy United plates MarsH of Owbnsboro Ky1 IfrftljerH this irorning for t11 1W3b0Pj having in custody Jfse8c1iroeter a photographer irhoi wi arrested bore bnfore flay light this morning Laving in bii possession six photographic fiefatttefi of tecdollar certifi eatca also a large number of hilts of the eame denomination Iandalarge roll of paper used in TaotkiBg counterfeit money Clifford Scbroeter cousin of J ji Schroeter and who is in bftiiness here all a photographer Was arrested at Henderson Ky1 Thursday afternoon and it isi claimed he fs the one who made j14e counterfeit money At the ijaiiie time Odie Smithson of Rockrjprt Ky was arrested charged with passing the money lI Ijjhich Schroeter is alleged to haye given him for the purpose 4 of passing J WHen arrested at Henderson i Schroeter is alleged to have made a clean breast of the whole mata terbut it does not appear that Jeese Schroeter had anything to dp with the counterfeiting Both f r rI Scbroeters are now under indict ment in the McLean Circuit 0onrt charged with the killing vofai negro slain by a mob at Li yeVmore Kv a few months agor Why Editors Get Rich 1 I iorAfterlon and careul research much reflection and prayerful consideration a great deal of worry and we have at last figur edOut howso many country edi tors get rich Here is the secret aciii The attending physician gets 10 b edit rgives the loudlunged youngster a great send oft and gets SO It is christened and theiministerl 5 and the editor orge It grows and marries Tb stitor publishes another lo4iinded flowery article and tells a dozen lies pbootlithe betifuIandt accompl shed bride The minister gets 10 and a piece of cake The editor gets 000 and s request to carry the grooms subscription account nother year Mn course of time she dies The doctor gets from i5 toIOD The editor publishes a notice of her death and an pr oitu ry two columns long lodge resolutions a lot of poetry and acardofthanksandietsO 4N9wonder so many country edi e tors get rich More To The Point v Representative Sabath mew- b Vo Congress from Illinois i the author ota resolution falliuj for con ress onal investigatior- of express companies It iis 1 charged that tne 6 ompatiief li njoy undue favor from the government throoih the briber bfffif ial3 in the federal admin r istratiye department The ilv 1 IIlegall carriage of null matter iu- f competition with the pl ffiuc 1epartmnnt is snggestd as cn i lnett be followed out by the r proposed inyestigaticu Cot grelfcien who honesty desire C to aid in eff cUpilly oirctins express company a1 uses cai find io better way than by adI locating the tsiabljshmen1 pf a universal prices post The in augura iou of lDC an insiituti y wSnld da million times more good than uny congiessional in vanigatioa ssiblycau It is a t pTceld pot Ural ill country lds most Good heat by government competition via rceltftfost would scon allay causes of Comphint t gainst the universal monopoly of the e express companies SscTi an exteiaioo of postal efliciercv thIgh t onabIY be substitut for an investigation which is cer t tain givejio effective results Parraers Review j I It you want nice light bicuif urjIfyouwantf e white Calfe UK Ben Johnson fHoMr l Mfg by WilHsbqrg Roller Mills woiv oQ lII i r TI I z THIS EiS4LALLzj COUNTY LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon Postmaster T C Jackson hasa received the plans and specifica j ttionsor the Federal building to 1be erected in Lebanon and con tracts for erection at same will probably be llet the latter partof nextmonthiFrancis Hughes the fcur months old son of Mr and Mrs James Bunnell itff Campbells yule died Wednesday afternoon Ill formerlyived friends who deeply sympathize with tHem in theiriossnOn last Saturday Mr Snap Vaughn and wife took chargeor the Hardesty hot1l an Lebanon having purchased it from Mr John A Hardesty Jr seyeral weeks agp They are making extenvdrepairs and improve ments and say they will make it the most p polar hotel in Ken tucky Sabian the 3 year old son of Mr andMrsWiT Smitb of near St Marys fell off the porch at their home yesterday m9rning nd Broke bis leg above the knee Dcctors Cleaver and Smock were called and medical attention at once iven The bright little fellow will soonbe well again Mr Briggs T McElroy a son of Mr and Mrs T C McElroy of Lebanon has enlisted forser vicein the United States Nayvb For sometime Mr McElroy has been employed in Jeffersonyile Ind He is a bright steady young man and will succeed wherever employetirMr Ben Spalding has been appointed by Federal Judge Walter Evans referee in bankruptcy for this district composed of the counties of Marion Washington LaRue Taylor Adair Green and Casey It is quite an im portant position and was held by Major WJ Lisle fur a number of years prior to his death There were several applicants for the place Mr John Green Bohanon about t 85 years of age was serious l nyt rock quarry en the farm of Mr HIT Gertio near Bradfords ville Rock was being gotten put for use in the new bridge when the derrick broke and fell on Mr Bobanon DoclOI BearlI and Avritt were called andI found one of his legs broken an arm broken in three places andI be was painfully bruised in a number of places Four doctors given me u writes Mrs Laura Gaines of Avoca La and my cnildren aIJd all my trleud8 were looking for me to die when my son insisted that I use Elec trlcBitters I did so and they have done me a world of good iwill aJ ways praise them Electric Bitters Is a priceless blessing to women that sre troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney diuor ders Use them and gain new health I strength and vigor Theyreguaran teed to satisfy or money refunded Only 50c at Haydbn Robertson Narrow Escape Mrs John King had a narrow escape from a horrible death r the hands of dru iken ro dies a t her home in the Leathers Store community this county last Sat urday night About nine oclock in company with her husband she was in the front room of ihej house reading when two men 01 boys came along in a buggy When the buggy ieacbed a pointI almost directly in front of the house the parties began shooting and Mrs King went into a rear room where she could watch them tsthey drove on down the pike Dnthoughtedly she Carried a lighjled Tamp into the room with her She was hi the act of seat- Ing herself near a window where she bad a view oftthe road when a shot rang out aud a bullet struck her in the forehead Dr S Simson was sum mened and found that tbe ball bad enteied at the forehead and latced upward coming out at the top of the head aud making onya scalp wound Upon Iin vestigation it was learned tbav a social l was being held at the residence of Mr A B Dtfncan near the King home and it js supposed that the parties wno did the shooting were young feljl 0 Il tillowson their way to Dun can who had been crooking theii elbows until they held the livp and properties of others ctieaph Indsational side of life It is said that they are about to bo arrest ed If apprehended and cb victed their punishment shoufh wl1lpbIsi l lnsuffientjLawer nceburg f ewsII St Rose Picnic August 5th Did you ever eat any of the dinners served by the ladies of St Rose Whetheryou havIor ot dojnot fail to attend the pic nic at the Fair Grounds Augbst 5th They are going to setve troandYou can net afford to miss iit kor itt may be years before you 4ve another opportunity hkethisj All our friends are coming nd you must come too If you want tto growl come on anyway IlorI somebody mustlo the growl ling you know to give nshew eneigy and enthusiasm There will bean excursion from Louisville and everybody from everywhere who possibly l can is coming to this picnic Fr McQonagle and the membdijs of planjDIngcess and such interest audi enJt thusiasm has never yet faile picoicjwillbe Rose ohurch and all cathblics ahonld be interested in thejwel fare of this grand old temple for there are very few for miles a rOt1nd who have not in some way at some time received spiritual aid there W St Rose was one of tie first churches erected mold Ken ocky jand has many devoted son apd daughters scattered throughout this grand old republic Jt was within these noble old walls that many of them learned their first lessons of life and loyalty The memory of this place most ever be dear to them Come and help us out All of your friends will be there Din er supper refreshments of all kinds apd music EL N amnel Birch of BeetownjJJWi had a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could h eal the fifrightfullast Bucklens Arnlca alve c red it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts ccrns coldsores bruises and piles oireaith Try it 25fc atJHajdon Robertson Bud Temple Wounded The old rendezvous across the river just below the bridge was the scene of bloodshed Saturday night or early Sunday morning Itis a place poled forerapshoot lug and other forms of gambling and every Saturday nigfit those who are incliced to woo fortune m this manner go therq to lose the fruit of their weeks work And by the way a littleraid from an officer one 6frtbese nights would break the thing up Anyhow things happened Saturday night There vms much crap shooting and drinking andI ofcourse something ele had to happen Many pistols were in evidence and much shooting in dulged in Bud Temples seems 0 have been the only one who stopped a bullet One caught him in the thigh inflicting a pain ful flesh wound and Bud will hardly be able to sit straight in his chair for a week jr so So far no arrests have beei made Spencer Courier Big Fish Ed Massie caught fcfur buffalo perch out of Jhapljri river at Sharp ville Saturday hat weighed26 pounds ihu largest one pulling the scalps at nine pounds Masstehad tisbed near ty all day from the mill dam without getting a Dibble and bad walked tothe Jarlend of the dam preparatory to gping home and remarked that that looke- dlike a guod place foi fish alJ dropped in hIS hook The mi- now had hardlyt tbuched th water until he drew out the big one and in less thanllS minutes had landed the other three then went his way rejoicing HaN rodsburg Herald k- 1UERMI IIncinerated in Blafee Which Destroys His Home Vine Grove Ky Residents here were startled early this morning to seethe hid flare of a jburning structure lightning the sky beyond the suburbs It is the home of the hermit pppple exclamed nMshatothers hastened toltbe scene and ifouud the home of David Patter son In ruins and the charred tbody of the hermit liowner lying iin the embers of thfe consumed tbed tA flobert rifljiiwithi an in ttended shell pointed to suicide tbut a crushed skul and heavy ax nearby indicate tourder rob Ieryand arsonnBut the hideous i crets of the night wore locked n the bosom eIpast a deal of sp and romance has attacned He was seventyfour vearji of iage and wealthy known tb be worth between 50000 and 75 000 He fought valllrntJv in tie Civil War and mar ttan old cit zen knew him as1 a handsome dashing soldier boy1 Then 1tiamett feof the cavalier dragoon for htaJJye making jc areer fajledto iprosper The leof his choice regarded him but Oldly it is saIdJ 1 fDavidof the rretir d to a little se cluded home on the outskirts off Vine Grove an though possessed of enough noney to enjoy ioterlSe his house wbil i the passing years stole the bloom of yduth ffrom his cheeks plowed telltale furrows of sufferi ig and powdered his hair with silver The coroner is noncommittal iin his heprp as how tbe old man came to his ieath An j jbquest will be eld this weeke Meanwhile Mars ial Vjer tress is scouring the ountrjy aroundItsearching fun uspidious char acters Kentucky Fair Dates T Tbe followlns are the dates xed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 a far as reported Georgetown Jny 25day Lancaster Jc ly 20 j8 days Dauyille Auj ust 248 daysiVersailles Agost28 days Lexington A ugbsf 76 days Taylordville August 84 days Elizabethtow i Aug94 days LawrenceburgrAug 15 4 days Shepherdsv jl le Aug 224 days Springfield Aug 224 days Shelbyville Aug 224 days Liberty Au ust 288 davs Nicholasviilt Aug 29tJays Bards owo 4ug 804 days Franklin A gust 81 8 days P ris September 46 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville September 11U days Glasgow Se f tember 274 days Care of Farm Implements One of the i aost serious leakn on the farm i in the poor takenof farm implement when hot in use Ls soon aB the sea son is over binders and other machinery rio longer needed this year should be carefully cleaned thd grease and dir should be j emoved from the bearings arjJ these should be carefully 01 ed1and all bright parts greasec Ito prevent rusting preparations should be made for replacing ani broken or defec tive parts l If timedoi s not permit of all this make ancemovandom to be governed bpon sonic stormy day ana tbt p see tnat everv th ng is put readiness for the next harves Ing or haying set son Get tl 0 repairs and plap them qn the machines at once Take care of the plows Get them unde i cover Clean and grease the jbrlghtpartsso thatt when wantt d next spring 1he will scour arid save the time s many far ers lose in putting their imperaent3 into working order Fri HoinWpnrnaI h I ill QryFpij ASTORIA Raid Crap Game Shortly after midnight Batur day niget officers Thompson and Brown raided a crap game near the L N railroad tract on the pondTlgame were shooting crapipby candle light on toe ground scattered in all directions antii the officers rrived Five were taken to the station house that iight and two more capured ila herthey were fined 5 each being chargedwith an unlawful assembly rt BailerLancaPIesJ Thompson George Jack Jim Phillips Henderson Cotton and Hays Johnson There were sev eral more in the game who have totcon Envious Women You can Have just as Lovely a Head of Hair as v any Woman ofI Dont feel blue because your hair Is lifeless and faded get a bettle of Pttris ansageandseehow quickly it will be comsbrilliant and facinating Use it daily for a few days and noteshow quickly scalp itch ceases and dan d SruffIt stops falling hair too and makes thin scanty hair grow thick and fro Its the real invigorating delightful hair dressing for men women and chitI dojustj It kills the dandruff germs and for 50 ttHaydonIfiverywheret hair is on every bottle Stick To It John Wadamaker the big Philadelphia merchant sayst Advertising is not an enterprise for a quitter u Ifahere is one Cnterpriseshould leave alone it is adyertis t tugllike a barnacle to a boats bottom iegins that he must spend money llots of it Somebody must tell him that he cannot hope to obtain results commensurate nith his expenditures early in the gamesAdvertising does not jerk Iipulls It bgins very gently at first but the pull steady It iincreases day by day and yea rtby year until it eens an irre sistible power The Three Laying Years A writer in ihe Petaluma Poultry Journal engaged in thE subject of White Leghorns says In the pullet year the pullet lays more eggs because 0shelay them If she commences laying in September or October she will have twelve months of laying before she mclthsi 0 she can produce 180 eggs When she molts slie is unproductive for an average time of three months so the next year she his onlynine months in which to lay If she dues as well as she did when a pullet she maj lay 135 eggs As hens grov order they take more time to molt and tbe rests between the periods of laying are longer so she will probably be unproduc tive four months the third vear and will do well if she produces 100 eggs Beyocd this ItL ii Uncertain what she will do What Mail Orders Will Do The mail ordr business is thequack doctor of commerce It promises much and guarantees nothing Like patent medicine the directions are always on the inside and ou have to buy a non returnable pacifage before youI find out what they are No mail order house helped to build the little whiteschool house or turn pike the toad past your door No mail order house ever tool you by the hand when you wert in distress and told you to let that little account go until attei harvest next year No mail or der house eyer sold you a yehiolt arid spent everv cent of its pry Htfrlghlin ihecoramunity when L you and vour ueigbbu cpuit get it all back again No mail order hOuse ever shoved its pat rent leather shoes under your table and rejoiced with you when you were glad nor spoke en couraging words in affliction nor sto d with uncovered head beside the graves when your children died No the mail order house is after money Every d011 rit eLsJts hands on SvuJ ba jjfrked out of your neighbor hood forever The mail order ouse may bear upon its face the- emblanceofs friendship but human heart beater under noII cloak of hypocrisy tto i f is unknown Thewhole iinstitution is as bloodlessl as a 1IIpastjthiknown as Greasy Heel1 shot Oto Clark The bullet entered his breast near the firt button of his shirt aod passed t11rQogb the bodyBnd was removed froni un der theskin of the right shoulder Clark will recoyer though it was at first thought there was no chance for him The trouble oc curred at the apartments of ClrkJs divorced wife near the colored Baptist church on Water onlyItory Clark was the aggressor ome weeks ago Clanc and George Wilham met ather rooms and became involved in a dUll culty in which Wilham wag worsted In the Police Court both were fined 10 and cos Imid each put nuder a 8200 peace bond Undera promise to leave town and remain away Clarks ne was remitted He left but shortly returned and Chief Smith arrested him but he Eatel that he had come back after his clothing and plead so earnestly that he was released and again left but seemed so infatuated with the woman that be again came here On Saturday night the lark woman came up town and meeting Robinson asked him to ell the police to come and get Clark as she was afraid of him t is said Robinson did an re quested but the police did not act Sunday morning at S oclock it is said the woman went to Robinsons bouse and asked him to come and stay at erhome until daylight Robin on weut over to the house and iin a short while he and Clark became engaged in a war of words and iit is said Clark attacked him with a hatchet knocking him down and whih ltying on the floor Robinson firedat Clark with the result stated above Robinson was placed m jjail shortly after the shooting He has a knot ou 4is bead arid a slight cut under his chin Clarks home is iin Louis yule and for several yjearsheran s brakeman on a passenger tram between Danville and Louis yule He met the girl whose name was Cora Giles here two years ago and married her They were divorced at the May term of the Mercer Circuit Court Robinson was arranged before Judge Grims Monday afternoon and the exam uing trial was set for next Monday He was taken to jail in default of 500 bij The father and brother of the wounded map came her Mondav Robinson has been released j on 500 bond Dr J ODedraan Harvey Vandiver pnd Ei Jallee signing the document Har rodsburg eral- dMidnightinthe Ozark and yet sleepless Hiram crtntin of Clay City Ill coughed and coughed He was In the mountains on torrid vice jf five doctors who sale he had cph sumption but fopnd no help in the- limate and started home Hearing of Dr Kings New Discovery he be gan to use it I believe it saved myI life he writes Mforit made anewi man out of ms so that I can now do good work again For all lung dis ease1 coughs colds lagrippv asthma croup whooplnt cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known remedy Price ffop and 1 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob i artson t FOR SALESOW- pigs amrj ven Alt some lDurooatIdheap4f tsken at once Goddard Grundy 1Ji 1 H I 1 IitUAR i t Jr P W JI t p 11 I PROGRA4 rI f r I For Washington JcO fr I 1JJiiI clocl- J 7Hc iL t ti StIc Jl sr fI 1 LL ciJ llJ J j J MONDAYlJUY 81 fi I I 9OO Assignmentof sutst l t t iu 930 Devottonaixerci4 Rev w H VfIi L Jor J J 1000 Addiiss of gieetiiBon WsLeis vT t1O3O R iResponse L BIh IRecess 111100 Anzouncements f 1130 Instructor 1i Noon to 130 The teacher 1 a Scholarship seebulletln pg7 a andb J H Moore i 0 Dcaasioiarih Carrico K S BoMiv 1 b Profssajoial Trining bulil pg 7Saifri WU1w ey D1cm1on5l WIWaeu3 j r tty I II 0 Qualrf1eatfi bul1etm pg9 dlvj 1udJeBnieX tddinc Recess rT ijW300 Nature ofScbpol Organl afionVp k divu t iad PkJfi iMatthaMan jr V WI 1LIDisusson Barye8weeney MaggieTHIattL v 1nstrgctOr5 1rIII iiSij TUESDAYI 900jDevotional pxerdsM Rev WA Wolfe j ii sa 920 Pirst1ayofSchoopg10dl EmI Hiatttrr4 t iDisciiision Mrs Willis McKeeiW s Colrin tRelationofPubliSchooltoGvernmentby Ji p1e rtfUcorfl j ii Recess tiilf J030 Readii pagej21 ajbt d HettieRudd fJ 71Discussion Annie OsbnyerettafBeading hlJEn aNBnan 1Reading pg h Sand 3iPei fdaybroqke i i JH Reading pg 21 EvelynI Royalty r tN pen 5 t J t1 130 Spelling pg 21 a brlIa Duncan hl 1 DIlQaIonf rule one Hedger IWej 01Spelling pg 22f site XnJAda Fnold f tr Discnssion8ue fperda 1lijrdod i 1 Spe1Iingpg22hliThosnpon f aioDirlrili JC1merlin Katie Hninphrey 1 1fiiIlecesi 300 Playin Education Emma Nunan VP- iycjiologjr V i pi leven Evelyn Royalty i sI4V j CoelaUbandandjbodyInktructort WEDNESDAY 930 Devotional exejrcises Rev R E a Lawson t 920 Habitpg3p15SariKGarricb i idpgso 16 beAdaCQx if 4 i41pg3i1dPLflus h hlIiscusion JtL Moore Ge eiklrk MiuMrthaMaaon RectS1030 Course of Study and D 11 progizn Suptitsh l aNoon t 130 The Arbitrary iin Government J McWilliaina i er ue 1i e + 1 t1 I Order good ani had lnatrudor h fJjs1i j t300 The County Boarc of ELt10 jR nuiemji ii1run r I I TheC UJ1tySDrrrreDd TBURSDYI ntStfpt BLkt r k c4a 900 Devoilonalexerciees J TiWapet r 920 JrithDaeticrH24rafFv rettI rjI DIscussion3V S Colvlii agglItr rod Ij Aritbrnetichrnethcda Instructor 2 s IUIIJ1a IjGrammarpg24abcdeJMoore Dlsenslon Saah Carrico MaggIe SruiIth i r jjpg 24b method Miss Mar Mason j i j 1 1rRecess tftII1000 Hrstpry Pir 25 8 Pearli Bickerson t 4 f 9 d Mra WillisMcKetI Hettieltudd s f iIfi i foo ft ItIttj1130 RelatIon of ch oUt parent dhow toec1irt1o Manse Watt 1lIaPrIP4 10t j isCuaslon HattieBlahdford Regins XAdleinCoxJ Y Wflltae r W Lahjage and Composition Ella Duncan Instructor 1 RecessIpw 300 Proper Assignment of I onBp 31 a b cJdJ J H Moore K S Jegi a Ort BjliialiftMYk Teachers Daily 1riartieo tUaietJljPaJl hxayesaElla SWeeneylMwl Ada MeoW T FRIDAY q 900 Devotional exercises Bee P F lIen lHJ14 tit ji 920 Qg i a IWUlS1feeneyl 4 Susie Graiam t Jlr J lIJ IIThftSchoolroom Its cirek Decoration andSanitationiJEB IRa S Watt y aa j I DiscusoIEmina Nun Pearl Claybrook 3Ei7iipe Recess 1030 A School LJbiwyi A roll call of the Members oo the 4f 4 tion mittdp you lnteadto do for aaffinHT r etherIschoolImOy mentthIeaIosiT SaItition Instructor t tl 130 Generall Business J Noo J tftL i 1Note1 idy IupsuchsuWect3sWilIinteeitMia4b 1 1IM any eiture of thP50i Ic IiiIiiLL t JyouJ CoitMi XIe tMrst yw77J Engagement Announced Mr and Mrp George F An bjlbgbj of this cityuI Wi1 wilt take p1acs ithi arly tall t elrcQotrt hoiMIeIwo1 wlU be a t and atteTced only ltJteIi and the ItsmslaW iriaiiaof The princIpalsIMiVIlIeA4VMSMise here wbe she bu trqeebyy- lelted th IidIes- ohtirO will ltJ court Jay Ii sp4Ihkts i = rvt J S I NrIr Albeit S WILt cfl ol1b p0Iainjm t ts Itlii sad bskiwn coked of miv Hi a IUJf tb 4rMGasg- et w i4s ISat Igbt byLsls A1eSSOthIrll I 4tw1IttrfMMC iJiI TiShSI4- la wN u dleiflL = =r Ir rwrllbu 1 l 1L1 IuaLta 7 Ja t Tir i Tilt NEWSMJR- 1j PRIGFIELDKY r Ji T18 II DYYTJroDYI J Re JOSEPMWLIN r 0 c Editors and Publishersh h I tjrrjMDAT JULY i rLS xi Uilkbool j A I hcve been b ent4rcir I Yera1 weeks Twill try and be y f wl i1 atbfw k t Mr CJlarenceBerriftger spout r 5Stsrday ni ht jvltb Mr Walter Hubejd thIs place- Mrr John Armstrong and tam njv pen Saturday and Sunday with Mr Erastus Perkins arid family of near Willisburg 1 Mr Mit tnd JDallar Keeling spent Saturday and Sunday with r f rlLM Shields nd family J Mr John Crow and family Trnt Sunday with Mr Tim Corn wife at this place- MwdamM J W Walls and son i Faijny JPrather Flora Coivin aid iaifhter Ruby Mrs Harve Brat uci son Mrs Edd Han bj Mr Eraatua Perkins and- fawily and ElisbaKeeUngspent laatWediiesday wtbthe family of Mr John Armstrong at tihls P place Mr S G Reddicksahdfamfly Iipnt Sinday with Mr Tim T 3 CorD audwlfe lMIMcl1ie Shields spent one day kaA week wIth their sister S of Hear bare 1 tMr PeiryRoby andfatn x of rnHf Chaplin spent Salu ay t nddaywithbrfitbMr- J d hiI4ssai familyor this h I place- Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent tYoMal afternoon withers 8 t G Reddicks Mr Ed Hanby and wife spent Sa1ay wIth bis sister Mrs Johnnie Mather i t KThere was a large crowd at the Sunday School at this place flSuniarafternoon MrEra tus Perkinsand fanai t lj ap ntr ast week with hr- fathertMrt John Armstrong r WJL t MritJames ScpWkpf 3S1 tEam irverysiakS Momtt Fosters thresher has i about threshed put tUis neighbor bood J W Walls and wife visited i friends at Antioc Tuesdav The young folks enjoyed a i play arty at James Bakers Sat urday night f + Cashier J W SanealldF o1I fJ erHugbea visited at Harrodsburg- t I Saturday and Sunday iTbe Johnson Mercantile 5o have installed pew S500 Nati Sionil cash register v Mrs S Merritt has b eh sick I v but is some better Under the most hopeful condi p i tiona this community will raise no more than onethird 4 tits msr r nat crop of tobac oIW H 7rlgbt of Mackville f Bopped oyer tin our tbwn Monday f + 408 hia return from Shelby ville PSJohn Smothers of Polin who suffering ircm abscessty basefl l t I es for some time is no better JtI Dr W WHyattbas freturned from Louisville r Mrs J A Johnson was called r to thBb dside of her sifck sister t V Miss May me Porter at Jyan Bu 4 ren SeVeral ot our citizens and the deceaseds relatives attended the t funeral of Bob Ry1er who was shot Saturday evening and bur 4s led at Bethel l Sunday JI Floyd Taylor EbcScbpol Commissioner of Mercer Co WEB amonc friends in WUHsbufffi Sat k trdsy K fI idrJbhriOolvinisRpebdiog few daysaVErencb Lick Sp ings Sanford Bnrhhead son of EU roerBurkhSad of Brush Grove jsytry low of acute meningitis The children of Mrs Sallie-t Noel met at he residence Tues J day to celebrate her sixtieth birthday I Ji PiS t raytther- I j mhorsei belonging to Will YnOLDShirley colored became fright i ened and rau a tiling for ten in i bLbeeen Iitij body aid right 8heVtr 4S Mrrie Jast Thursday at the rai4ee Xof Rev Sinims Lud jI f t CrahwMri Lelbji Goodlett 1 W1tTocsviUe It 3Cl I hagreCgiVdL- U1MOfl3 euw tobi n- uL 1C fre4letIo4r uifi1J 1797 2811 1Li kT 17 U S halfiJ e iS5J JJ 4e lyer 1B53q f 1851 e l8e5 I ttte i f Willisburg JVora Another Correspondant The Childrens day exercises church will be Sunday held at the biistJiinII oock 1 M pfarence MqMJUip has returned home after several motiths visit InAUana1115Ho was tlceompanied home by his uncle James Sea ids Hfcllie Shfewmaker is ping the week with Miss BerTha Hays of Mt Freedom Mr Jim Hays and family of Tatham Springs spent Vie latter patjf last week with Mrs Mer ritt Fostor j Mrs BelleKays of Mackvill- eViitedat the home of W M Stiewmakeif last week Misses Carrie and Annie Bishop spentt Saturday night with Miss Annie and Gladys F6s ter Mrs Merrill Hungate iis visit ins her daughter Mrs Robert Sims of Mooresvil1 Miss Rosa Fowier spent last week with her Cousin Era Sbew maker of Sweethome John WiUoir and wife of Mt Zion spent last week with her parents Mand Mrsfw s Colvih ProfT McWilliams spent Thursday ni ht with Wm Shew maker and family Miss Mary Mcllvoy is very low at this writing and not expected to live Mrs Maggie Heron and fami ly of Lancaster are thje guest df her mother Mrs SallieNpel W P Cheatham and wife will visit their daughter Mrs Cut ton Crume of Nelson cpuntv the last of tais week The children of the ChrisMan Sunday School lwi1l give an en tertainment at the next after noon Halite Keeling is visuing her grand parents of Fairview fcr a few weeks Valley Hill win you admirnwcoinerjn- to your happy band of letters I am afraidour other two correspondents have quit writing so I thought Iwould jot down a few titems Miss Ruby Ooeal and Louise Tatum were the guests of Mrs Donahoe Monday Mrs Wash Tuc er of near Springfield is the uest of her sister Mrs Palmer oatley Mr and Mrs S P Derringer and children of Springfield were t4e1uestSof relativ s here Monday and Tuesday Several from here attended county court in Springfield Mon day Mr A B Bundloy and T A Grundy were at Tathambprings Sunday Mrs Palmer Uoatluy and daughter Pearl were the guests r riJ A Tucker and family Friday VivianTathath and Louis Bal lard spent Sunday with Ricliard Oneal Mr Jack Reed wps here Sun day Miss Nannie Pinkston spent last week with relatives at Litsey Mrs Walter Darrtnger is the guest of her sister near Springfield t t1 Mr aim MrsEdd Kelly spent Sunday with th latters barents Mr and Mrs Hugh Goat ey Miss KaieMbffettof Lobisyille iis the guest of Mr D C Kelley 6Qdtfamily Mr JC Harmon anc family were the of Mr W E Brown and family Sunday Miss Ruby Oneal wil spend the Jaat o the week with her sis ter Mrss S P Derringer in Springfield Miss Rul y is a beautiful and accomplish d little girl and has many acquaintances Gilbert Harmon was 1110 guest of Herbert Snider Sunday Mr Hugh Hamilton of Freder icktown was here Sunday Red Wing f orrong necomhienaation We are not taklpg on any new traveling men Just now the anf- omanufatturersald Business Is rath erdullinouritheWelljf one let tile know said the applicant for a job iPd nUb er sell yoqr safe than any there Is In the market Its the best Are you an expert Yes sir I know all there ts to be known ont safes Ever deal In theinr No sir Ever work In a tactoqj No sir How do you know ours Is the best r eeanfie It takes longest to break Into It thatitItJ An Immense Flower The largest of nil the flowers of thc usyrld Is snld to be the rum sla n na ute of Sumatra so called nfter Sir Stamford Raffles This immense flower is composed of fire round petals of a brlrklxli color each meaKujing a fool across These are covered with nu merous Irregular yellowish white swellings Thp petals stirrofind a cup nearly a toot wide the margin ol which Jicara the stamens the cup of the raflliain is fllled with a flesh dfk the upper surface of I which lcovered with projections like minia ture cows horns The cup when tree from Its contents will h ld about twelve pints ffte florter we ghs about fifteen pounds nod Is very thick the pctaifi being threequarters qtf an Inch ScIentific Amerhau Rhinoceros Horns The horns of the African irhlnoceros sometimes grow to the length of tons feet In olden times rhinoceros horns were employed for drinking cups by royal personages the notion belpg that poison put Into them would show Itself by bubbling There nay have been some truth In the IdeA Inasmuch as many of the ancient pojsons were acids and tftese arldp would decompose the horny material vcify quickly London Tele PbIAdapbbleI Client Before we derlrte on thp house my husband asked me to inquire Jf the district is nt all unhealthy Rouse Agent Er whnt Is your thus bands profession jnadnm Client lIe Is a physician Unties Agent Hum erwell Im afraid truth compels me to admit that the district Is not too healthy London Opinion An Endurance Test Here Is an account ofn remark able endurance1 tesLIDmph Some couple bern married AseIilrald1ulflea rgl The Antlfv bpJell tbemself brotipht about tuu ruin o tie rwnuiraiciiy Antlocn the nnclent capitol of the Greek kings w Syria Thpse people were famous for their biting and tynir rllous tit as well us thelri Ingenuity In devising nkkntnniH the Per emits under Chosroes Invaded Syria In FtfS the AntJochenes could pot refrain tram Jesting at them Ante revenge for this was taken by the Persian who totally destroyed the cjty Would Do His Own Biting The British gentleman new to our nliores stepped up to the cipar connter find requested of the cIgar What will you ClurkfU cigar asked the dark No Id raw her bite it iniysolf re jUtcltIoChmuJclp SOUTH SEV FAKIOJS 3 The Dusky Natlv Dclles Have Queer Ideas A tout DresS would be hart III tiudit spot where the subject of dre d es Out sway the feminine mind u thp world fit large ILK observance uses eiltier5a great Pt1nmllseinPt1 lace trimmed garment vaaliy wcrr at light under ormittelter of sheets and jiilUs went fiay morning cbtu ch as a best full daylight on t le person bf the Inun dress Intrusted vjth mj wash The funny side was a conspicuous that she never got the rep Oof She deserved A certain flowe toque made of poppies a bloom un cnown In the Pacific first drove the Sbmen of the Island half distracted Jitb excitement then led thirtySix na JW ladles to appear simultaneously nu ance wearing ex cellent copies of my Paris model done In double scart t hibiscus from the bush A wedding fro which unfortunate ly I was absent jiurnlslied the llnest display of tiatjvbess tha took place that year The pride wore fourteen silk dresses not at once but tine after another changing her dress again find lignin during the reception until the wtrUeIITJectators mere fairly gUWy J i4SJYIN THE SCHOOL How Infant CIa es In Some Foreign Countria Aro Handled fli iiitn it tjuliib had been talk ing pollrle vltl jtlie school tnspyctur until that Kfitli miu dcclluod to dis uss tin siiijtHt wiv wore Wtir tall bout the youngsters tlninsplvos for i ebiinKi1 be said Do lisiiv tt t hulls in France and Belgium iiinUn writing and nrltb metl itre ouilttrd from the subjcits Infiint schools Trio children tin 11t11Iffy tuiKlit to be happy Instead t ion lilt bring their dinners to st thc food ha under the official reKnltons to be put into a basket which fumist be labeled at the school and itff on u special shelf In a clean alrj LpFace Fane such regulations In Eu hand Any old nes1 pbpcr dud any cupboard Is good enough for our c indren In Germany iys are provided play time and little children torIcompelled to brli clenii pocket kerchiefs to scl ool1 anti they bave a bath one In week Sin Flulnnd tin tiniest chlldreb are taught to wash tqllsdustsweepMook after flowers an so ou and in spine Japanese schools resting room with a bed Is provii In so that overtired children may b Ve nnnJLowlon Answers Bill and His Watch Bill can yin gIve me tthe correct time says one f Rills friends Sure snys pI dragging out hisI which My w tkit was just lercn seconds slow at wonty minutes of P day before yestc 3iy afternoon and Ii dont believe Iti virled there than u quarter of a seIHI sliicj Its now twentytwo inlfi tes and seven see ond past 5 Thanks old man jsays Bills- friend who thor drops his own wntyjli 1IntoReally be was t sa particular about knowing the tin himself as desirous of giving plcasur to Bill for be knows tbnt BUI is one f the few million men In the world wig think each that his watch is a wonder and who feel themselves flattered hen tbelr friends nsk them for the co ect time New York Sun rinodppio JUice As anqld of digestion a really vi term aid the liieapple stands alone pepslllIalbuminous substances In the stomach Fresh pineapple iior better still the fresh Juice of oM plated In direct con Utct with eggs gelatine or inllk will prove this fact jconcljislveljl by pro duclng a bitter sting dish In cases of catarrhal 01Iments of the throat and In Its downward connection tthu alimentary can il or tract pineapple cannot be over tlmnted anti It acts 1NewFickl Popularity You started wIth the full confi dunce of your tfoustltuents and now you are crltlclsl dOD dvery hand Yest repllid Senator Sorghum mournfully m r experience has been very much hik4that of a man who good natUredly consents to umpire a ball game Washington Star = = =fH rm A ROOMFUL OFiG- OODFURNITURE OnlY 1315IB m w iT 7W5 p I cjII J I I I MACKVILLEi KYiIt1 I TT- II Saturday July 29 1911f 7 II- AtI 200 oclock Sharp pm i t i7 II vatecftheI YJi lt 4tI FINE MUSIC BY BAND iv I licIU PRIZE8UEREiot t IIt- WIr k buys the First Lot ets 610 00 iiu Gold The person ho bays tne Greatest Nmbero Lots gets 10 00 inGold and the Ad will be named for the person whb pays the highest sum for anyone Lot s an inducement 16 the Ladies we will give a 1000 Pat free to be elected and tfmmedtosujtthe Ladyrjvho draws it1 IIditlon tail to ttenaIt costs you nothing t 1 BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE EVlERYLOTOES I I 1off1 KY v I Ie 1 iiT SCOTTS EMULSION is thonly emulsion imitated The reason is plain its the best Insist upon having Scottsits the worlds standard flesh and strength builder- ALL DRUGGISTS cugic rr crt Old IVduiii ly h ii hjir in allll iIiItIIa 1 tlitnij t N uiiVwa quite near Dim in wis uiii + rill had tat lirolan iln silent fll IlIity live mInutes He huh hevn uinrriiil for flve anl twenty lou years tiiil SlPs Podklns almost dally during twenty four of tllU had disturbed the domestic peace by a too full exercise of her tongue My dear broke In Mrs P think lug It time she said something to in terrupt the quiet see by tile papers tbat n pctrllled Jaw two yards long has been found iu Corrtwall What cried ltfdklus starting up Now know your secret But you never told me your ancestors came from thatt hurt of the world Dundee Advertiser Pointed Advice There wniq traveling man once who found hlmxnTf slmri of fiintis His first liioiiit f tIc was to wire iiis firm will h lit Ud Inu nldit let- tert he esjitaiiifd ibo situation und ask ed How shlllli The nxt innntiu he got a day mes sage wliib was Ritlilng if not hut inl uativo tt us Irm ire broke Sati- rnuitsLo + Upliftimother ash il ono woman Yosv ImUMil ivpliid tbi other i ljo las tiihit liar to qiv cnlliiary lift lustfiul of eak lug rKxchaiiffp Tho Division Ioo von Munli and hits father leo iiirrrlujj the business Slip Yis Tbo itll mini runs tin business while yonng Manb dies the currying OIIJVPW YorUfH ln Tlie innai chin zlgtn tb things In ttli wiirhl arojbi ourse of wntersTind the hniunr of women Pittncus I TA M i SATURDAY AUGUST 12 1911 i AKnE 0 4qii THEN TAKE HEED T f iiAnd e 7 we have promised you the best yove had this sumrrier at a Grad Out iing to be given the second Saturday in August 1911 on iii iJ ft BEECH lSLAND3tr 11Ii3 r i j Sdatt Wd please dtmt be lati e a f CLUEEd f N11Iy Maurice Fiiiatreau Clnt Osburn Charles fybntgoinery Eugene Myddi t v 1 II iClt ItURTLES IThe Youngsters Have Perilous Time- Hatchedf of the Routliwisi Indian tlfIU a travejer says Tlii clielonlan or green turtle iCbelmip niyOasi is an animal ofcoh sitleni tile iHonoinii hnportanrc to the atoll itt ii tirs tu tlie vast hordes hlli nrt i tifton descrIbe Iliy early voyuKirsV thu Tropics TheriMippni 10 two Distinct Kiuup oiu Iihnl iiiiil siijin tn niiailierti tilt oihei iii riiiiiry aid vlsltins jnmll to IroJ in nunihers Inipossible to estlnyit TIll tIIr nrrlvH in DereinlKihand niu hen tu Apri the sea seems alive with hints TIlt females seek the Rinall sand Irearlies and then ascend them with ilu rising tide pushing themselves Utliorlniisiy aliove High tIde Inll llIste irvilin dui tn tlu sand Ii ineait of the fin lltppers untIl tItlilflldr one is c tir4 clad the SS JNi In nninhii are fhirlod the uirile rvlllnlUI immeillntely HItr tony itayn the eggs hatch nliuost sluiiiliAiiion ly anil the young 1IIUt tin heir way up out of the steel and down lo the sea In tong imcesslon the nurse of wliVh tlfey offer an easy pre to tilt enemies Ill It e lilrds iinfl herons Once in thin sea sharks irml of her urge Hshj eai them itiel uy Hi Ir colt react UUmfV iiiitro News r ijsfcash Iuvs this set of fine Ii1Ioak mission style lilirary or living nxiu iruiUife and you cin pay hatlh it suits i our convenience The whole set I4r large rocker arm elixir reception jj chair anti handsonii library table- In Every piece is fun size andexactly Ti ns pictured Best grle of e leather is used in the j of the hairs and rocker chaseI springs are oil ternrered prpo5Tue rocker easily worth l w the firm cbahoo the f hle 650 and the small chair J t IItheII EuJNUIOTEu TRE Order One of Our 4fj assenger 3 98CARPETS RUGS STOVES ETC Lawn Swmgs only I c We own and opera tetbe largest store in Louisville and co4troi the entire COUPONoutput of some of the llafgest Furniture Factories in the country and do the largest business in the South W MARKET ST GOdD J 313315I BEHSlNGEROUTFlTNGC- K DJ YOUR CREDIT IS Loufsyllle with us nomatter where you live and we give you just the sanie terms of cash 0 r clip this Coupon from the SPRINtEIELDlof jieopIwbodonotlive ip Louisville f NEW LEADE t lF 1THE FREIGHTI nnrt ulan would to like to cave Nil rUcI to t g you on Uxthesame f in with cus tomerwli ltflgb into Ons W E US TODAY us ust wJiittiwotild1lletb buy in 1uruIture D bj Carruiges or Gcarts RefrqS J CfStOfSrCarpetal Rn p tinoleum or Mattingsi apd we iill reply by re M 2WilAdfinMtt 1Mii1U1glvlngJoufull cu1 rSo the wonderfullylow prices we canmake Nonie jia the easy terraswweVpiIL glad tQ give you We ABSOUJTEtY GUAR ENTBEeveryal we sell atutanytiting thatisnotexactiyjas represented I will be taken beck and t1te MONZY LOUISVILLE KYCut outand film thfrCdUPONin Ihis d and maiIT TO US TODAV J I Pre1ghOtflce r l Ic DOWNING STREET LONDON 05it B ant the Name of a Clever Man Frtm Massachujetts Dovnluj stroej lftloit Ayhcro are tin ItrilIshesbitilat iiinlforoljni ofQces- a id the ollliiajnsldfiwe ol illir Oral lord of tin icwisiiry sat where cnbfnqj- Lounclls liFt litld poriwtyati the name of a clever man from Massachusetts Those were the dntiwtore the Kourfh of July hind any slJ1jlknnelo 1rl can annals and lwirgf Downing the tiNt scholar In the first pnblh school In Massacliu etts and tirst graduate sent out by llnrvnrd college came to u1 ndj and became n c aplahq Crllll VII rtrmy- Ipjj 115t remarkable stroke of he was senrto represent England at The Hague when feuropc was trem bllns before Oliver nod during three dlsjfhct eras In Englands history bo held the onVe of lIJrltJjh ambassador at itie Dutch court fIG waa aa popu lar or as titer under the Merry Moo arch as iihtlir the protector nhd the common wealth and Ucame to pass Jn reIgn of Charles 11 that the man from Massachusetts wu granted a great tract iof ljnd nt Vestnllnstcr where he built huge mansions anti laid out Downing street To this lay Downlngs street Is Downing street still and though George Dowijing Is forgotten there Is no name In the BrItish empire which is tnore nnjIUnr to ud ibhnbla St James Gnxitfc IWATERSPOUTS rf Old Time Marineps Fought Them WUVl Noise and Cannon In tie waterspout the ImedlefSl l rRft1rosenr nil means nf combating them OncE1i nil sailors carried Mack handled knIves Avhlchi the tnoustrr was bellpvbd to hold In special abhorrencc i When a spout made Ita appearaiico these knives were produced and point ed In Ita dfrnrllon wnedlnthe air lo make the sIgnor the sor ncIInR = tilt recommendation of cer contemijoirflcy nuthorltjes driven several times Into the SIde of the ship Certain passage from the gospel of St John were relldn8 charms agaInst wntcr poutR loUd no ftIIfnnyklnct was also faellpTrdUohb etllcaclous against them lt1Inf lt1 teenth eentufy The orlgljiaTldea ap pears to have been to frlgljten theml nay u the ihrilse of the report but In i the later tlintoit was believed thatttio watery column could be cut In twain bytho canndn bail and the pout thus dfsalpafed twoul4 beloMrestliig knwwheth4ftbe cunnonidlng of wn icrspoiits II ttil sptn times pntctlced jIt was cert lrt1j commftn much less Ihhno ce tijry ago It lsbnrdlynt essary to eaj that H equrtly futile t No Oetyoi IaettaI jTltst a 1IIjldotsell Die otlfr manVaftprllIstciiinK chfuily bpu1tt tie5ipiate llC tote onto with an old musUetrWnshI- ngton nernld f We tire pUt Intd thIs world to mnkoi It better nid wo uinst be huelnesaJSGpiieral Aftastrons i g cR QiNED HiM 1 rin lmpropjuCeremony In r Which King Georga IV Figurid That vnsf It curloti sort of Impromp tu coropatlon m which 6s majesty King Wlllhtu tIV of England bgured Thlngsdld tibt go very well with Earl govfrhmen after the second of the first reformed bill had 11Greyscarrlcjlby n majorIty 0f one In uldone Friday hr April they got the king to go down and prorogue parliament In person Some body went off to the Tower q fetch the crown and with n scratch body of at tendanta hj3vmnjestyj drove down 0 the house of Ibrd What happened tbererls deicribedia Qrevlllos mem oIrg1 The kldg ought not properly to have worn the frowQ nevpr buvlhg been crdwned hut when ho wns Iu the lug room he sn id to Lord BastlQgq Lord na5ttig wear the crown Where Is Itr it was brought to hits stir when Lord IHqfetjpgs wnsgolng to put Itonhs headMie said Xobody shut puttUrctd on my hetfd but myseItpptittoa ttnd then turned to Lord Grey and ld Now my lord the rWtJ r The crown dldSQOLtlt t very weU Tve nre told liiit tup prorogation vas sue ccssfully effected Ipndonv Chronicle Ser inlSoIvlf an body vew asked to suggest wily the sogp pIativas made brpad and shallow the ri111iost certain answer wopld be that su tin arransement facilitates tbocooltngof t be fioup to a temperature comfortable to thle mouth Ve believe that UIUtitrlans drink ttea- Out ofu saucer for the same reason SiJIe that maybe the explanation tie jieculliip shape of the soup plate t 1e advantage Indicated 1s sUrely In signlQcant mpaml with the obvrd disadvantages which may probably arise fttim exposing so largo a surface- bf nutlIent fluid tottht air Sonp should be rv6d itr iit cup a low broad teaciip and the method which Is becoming more iuaK Is tiygleiic Too deep n vessel woil6 be an error oqfthe onljlbejshould alIas mnie of the del dre tilt vets of tbe suijp it lii luip ett1 Sttgll Scensry 7 Walter lirlrliard Kijitoji the dramatic rrltbvVtMeviXs modern dhintn t nre itoo iltiborjiteJy Staged in jnesUoni or Scenery In the Awe n llagns yn he sijy 1 After iil as iiotlihe Ullrabethl nhli tlnildit 1 se they tmldeuJi1t lli IrutiiaMU n hirostagev R Is Wlwhl nr Khqifd USE we cniuiiil the tlraiim less the singe Is lltterpxT whh nulls lc wijn cry WehiM ojvfalth In our own ltD aKlimUvpp It would liw a good thing fine htirutnit If allj RCPiierjr were al ilL iiid for the Oust tyu Pr5 Ilavlux loarifed tu get nlong wHlifiuj It we would perhaps keep jit Pjfv proi r place fur hwhlu after Itro turned Its prVper place IsPcori- ttL and tuggestjve fbnrlt aLiPartora and thoulay nn noilnz a background It11e i Mdn Are Beacon Eycrj until t Is the center Wft aJl radiation like a luminous body Hi I4 ns It were a beacon whlcklHitici r a ship Upon the rocks If It dpWWHl k It Into orLAnte1S 5 i r r r TJ A f 1g 6 TJMM i IRSIDENT DENTI51t TEETH EXTRACTED A 4THOUT PAIIJ Ip fyi r ii 10tUV otLlf RlNGFtI jo11 iifla1 Wozi Strictl I Firsfeclass I oDR4 Phjsiciaa ndJ Surgeon 0fficeThJmrs8 to 9ami Iv Vtt to 2 pm Offices yr Haydons Drugsto r ii I t l f taII1JitonM 11p pr V Offke In Opera House r o yOflIcefhoiic No 8 v Residence No 38 t I tLW1GRIGSBY-pL rbRNEYATLAWJ I Office ovVrteeoplcs Hank I li7 f BPRINGFIELD KYp Dr MW HYATT V Office over Red Cross Drue vlsforp Office Gpnrs Hyatt 1030i iiril tcr12 m4 to 5 pm JOHN Y MAYES ltt IliiERllL iiMRR fJ rfUUi LICENSED EMBAlMER aI t H TELEPHONE 1 PAY 19 NIGHT T4 i t SSPRlKGFIELDiKI Ift L T l Qgi F TRUSTY v i PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber pWtal work at reasonable prices Jl work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KALj w Railroad Schedule J Following is hetime schEdule pt now in effect on tboi Bardstowi and Springfield branch raifroaa Mo 41 Leaved Louisville ai lisO pn Bardstown Juuctibii t 522 pm Bardstown 6C6 p m 111arrlve9 at Springfield 655p m No42Leavcs Springfield HI Jjj 600 a m Bardstown 645 a m Bardstown Junction 730 am arives at Louisville B20 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville a t20 a m Bardstown Junctioi J 855 a nl Bardstown 1005 a m arrives atSpringtield 1140 p m No 44r Leaves Springfield ai lll00pm Bardstown 220 Put Junction 410 p m JJarrives at Louisville 545 p m l y Ua S d6 Trecb tj a j6 Strawberry Plants sparagcjs1 Blackberries Rasp berries Roses Rhubarl3 etc pWrite for freecata1ogelc t ve no agent I rH pJ HilTh meyer Bon Lexibgton Ky i fi BigMacK 4 Will make the season at al i place a fciles irom JTredericCs lJ tuwnXyat J 18 To Insure a Living Cdh l JQg Maca is by tjelaeJ Sympsons BlacK Spaniel Jaci t at clquUf jennet sired b R pie 4 jack he by GoV Wood Lien reiainvd olral Cut s t t secure payrhent of serviceJee J W WILLETT I SeriousVery 1 t 4r It fe a very serious matter to as5 t lair oae medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we irge you in hpying to IM cartful i get the genuine BLACKDRAUGHTIlftr Tfce pat tlon of this old borgdei and liver constipation trouble is Jjr MUhliahed It does not medfciMS It ia better 7 tfcefs or it would not be the FIIvorite liver powder with a Mde thin all others combined SOU Df TOWN ciWiiiW ii j irJntlr mwro TH 1AfL9Ct1IJ1CflIflSOT Interest LatestiJI tj itt About Yourself Friends I I and Acquaintances TOPICSI I I f 9 JI FOfjt RKNTfGiod co pasta rdt F D wringer I Isr Good Jersey cowl cow EF Donellv FOR SALEf200 bushedseedf rye Jp Montgnmeryc f 4FOR Buggy Square piana Apply at thjs office hRs LEr2 yearling South downBucks 1C ZrGrupdyJ EOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1 Polandl China Boar registered RLush FOR RENT Farm at Freder i scktOwnPearlCopnor fCoAtt la crlodt5 Extra quality Gheap Write or BoIlrickI Parties using stationary sprink llers must cut them oat at oncetSpringfield Water Light Co 31sfc annual picnic at Tunnel Hill Ky August 5th One half 0areturpiug August 6th 500 pair of shoes and slippers will be sold at auction Monday fternoouJuly24 f S M Campbell FOR RETA cottage on Covington Avenue For partic ulars see R E Foster J Springfield State Rank yEvanHooperi the six montbs bidfson of Will Hooper died last Tuesday and was buried al Springfield the following day Either on the streetsolJ or on the pike between Springfield and St Catharine a childs gold band bracelel Reward if returned to this office Insurence and Realestate gency Fire Life Jard Acci dent Good companies good rates List your property no Sllei no cost J W Christisan Agent On County Court day by mis taket some one tooka full suit of cipthes from Campbell Bros thai i bought from tu6 Jew Pleast return same to Campbell Bros- I was tied up with shoe string John Riley The local ball team went to dardstowu last week and met the enemy and were theirs For what they did to us was a plenty The local ball team defeated the Glenwoods of Louisville Tuesday and as we got to press another game was in progress aetAeen the same teams t The Missionary and Sunda SctuTdr convention of Central Baptist Association will be held TUb Bethlehem Church on next Saturday and Sunday Au ex iellent program has een pre 3ared and all who can should at send Dinner wtll be served on the grounds II i Notice School Taxes are now due j ill and pay and save penilty G C Wharton PeaveyBoone Mr Henry Boone of this citj tnd Miss Mary Peavey of Let non were marriedat Lebanur 3Sn1evtJ A Hogarty The bride is a daughte of Mr Wvn Peavey and is a populai lod attractive young lady Tht roomis well known here and is in enterpniaingyOUflgflafl- qew TobccFirm tMe srs OfP Gode R I lbntgomery T K Smith d M Jimpbel and Mike Siroms have ormed a partnership for tht andling of the Ifnl arop of to acco and rave rented the plant f thE Washington County To acco Warthouse Company The Warehouse Conipany have been unuing the plant themselves leretofore but decided to rent t out thitl elJr The house has een very successful and the lock holders have realized large tividends each year The new drm is a strong one and com josed of hustliing men Who will oe wide awake jail the time and ill show their patrons every f yor possible TayJorKinkiad J Miss Mary L p T rJHI f d IormerlyI ded to Joseph Kinkiad in the parlors of the Dennison Hotel iinj Cincinnptti las week Tle fa thor of the bride performed the ceremony The bride is well known here end is a beautiful ana cultured lady Dr Kinkiad has a lucrative j dental practice in Cynthiana t Cigarette Victim Mr Kjivanaugh Pinkstou is in receipt information from the Superintendent of Lakeland Asvlum for the insane that his sou DeeVett who was sent there ome months ago is on the road to recovery The Supermtenj enb says that he is a victim ofj the Cigarette habit and that that is the sole cause of bis derangej ment BosleyMeElroy The following appeared in yes tcrdays Courier Journal C F Bosley of this city announces the engagement of hissistert Miss Elizabeth Bosley to James Mc ElroyII Miss Bosley is a well known and popular yoUng lady of this placp and Mr McElroy is a prominent business man beicg FirstNationll Mail Pouch Found Mr T C Jackson Postmaste at Lebanon was here yesterday and bro ght vith him the mail pouch which was taken from thsPost Office ou the night the saYtvas blown last spring It wa4 found about three miles from MrtJamesiin a hay rick which he was bait ing Mr Bland took it at once tdj Postmaster Jackson nItaDd had not been at all expose4l to the weather It conUin er nothing except some stampl wrappers and a blank foreign money order book eThemalfurnish some clue to the tippre thension of the burjlarsh Unfortunate KillingsA yery unfortunate killing oc cured near Cardwell on last Satj urday afternoon when Wmj Moore slVpt and killed Robert Li KyJer The men were neighbor and until a short tithe ago hadIo been good friends Somernonth ago some trouble arose betweetl them regarding Muore fox bunt ing ou Kylers place and each man instituted prosecutions against the other Following the killing Mo jre came to town and gave himself up at about 2 clock Sunday morning Coroner Dr Earnest Crurnfe held the inquest Monday morn lug aid a number of witnesses were sworn the only eye witness es however were Dalie Moore p son of Wm Moore and who wa with his fathei at the time of th killing and Mr Chas Pmkstonj Young Moore testified that bib father andhe hid been hunting rabbits with tigSiuotgun withi vbich the killing was done andI that they beard a buggy coming up behind them When on the pike and on looking back he saw njEy1erhis lather aid that his father jllfroml ssfIMODrejust before the llinland thaijaj ihort tune after he passed lie neard a shot und on looking back saw Moore shoOt the secor d e1buggyi buggyThe examining trial has bcdn set flrtA1sIhe ur itunate hfipjtnu m much de jlur il as boih iiifii venp oniintiitoiuze4s II of ilieir 1lndne liborhood ijach bun si wifeaud several children E ter inmentlThe T icherV lust t tqwill pe- in sosri r next H ek iU the High School But ding if ttwiopI IIn n Iu sdtly flti i nd the Iitt ii ThuMliy fi11 Ol Tuesday Mrs CnaV P weaver of LoulsyiHe will dell er an tlIdress on the Value of Educa t Mr1Beurypervisor of Kentucky High Schools will deliver a ddress Both these meetings w jllbe held at the Court Reuse r here will bspecial music forth se oc asi oas as well asat alltqe n etings These meetings have been held for some years and ave been one of the most attractive teat ures of the Institute r The public is cordial y invited to attend all the sessio is and especially the sessions at the CourtHquse Notice fa The money to defray the ex penses of the recent II emocratic Primary is now in my iands and all persons who served as officers of the electiou are requested to call on me and eceive their pay Those not calling wj tl receive their checks through f the mail after next MondayaJoseph olin Jhfiirman Baby FoundIEarly Sunday night hile pass ling Loretto Academ Mr Lad Ball and a friend wen attraclcd ythe crying Ofan iinfant An iinvestigation was mi je and a basket vied to the gat entering the academy grounds as found In the basket wrappedjjin a mill fparantytwoThe child was tafe n to tht hbme of a near by f imily who took the child ard are oaring for iit A later examinatib n revealed the fapt that the chjl hud tic utsabout itshead Aether orI ot the cuts result in an at temptto murder it haszot beer llearned and no trade of the patties guilty of the ol ids help- lessl condition and ah ndonment has been found it is tto be hop d that the guilt w H come to llight and the guilt tone have mttethout to him the p iinjshmeni e deserves It is made a felon in some tates to abandon C iid and W- a looking forward witjhi hope to a time when there wili be such a lawonthSt itutea o JKentucky as such a crime agalnstnature has been perpetrate a number times 10 the State efore TLadiesf On Wednesday JUy 19 1911 the Ladies Aid of tb Mackville Christian Church n et by pre vious arrangements t the home of S F bhewmaker The day will long be remembij ed by those presented we hope t the pro vidence of God that ve may all meet againiThe following we 6 guests ofI honoriBro Love Mrs f aggie Ray bourne MissManerv Ray bourne Miss Anna Raybourrt Mrs Mol lie Graves Mrs Ninriie Will haur Mr and Mrs Jas Wright Mr and Mrs Barn Wright and i three iniiJlitrpiPs rr5 Ti7zie Wright Miss Bes Wright Mrs Lula VVycoff Mrs John Case and three daug liters Miss Maggie WycotT ill Hartford Shewmaker MIs illiobhew Ima ker lr Winaar Miss ZulaLear Mr Marie SAepney Miss Besse Sweene Mrs Wm bweeney and tliredau hter Mrs MarlhaTumeyLNlr Million LumeVj Mrs Nlaggie Arnoldand daughtbr Mr Ja ie Graves Mrs China TuVey Irs Anabel Walker Mrs A ic Rlle and daughter Mr andjIrs S E tihewmaker and daughter Mrs cooII I I All Porch and Lawn Gopg J- tII1Hammoek5 ahd POST Refrigeratorss 1 CampWl L I D la Brown 1Vherea the session of Ladles- All Jt ttic Mackville Christian jchurct meeting 1th Mr and flMrsId dayjof unaual pleasure and prtit t all concerred Be it resolved 1 That the members ot the Society jneaeut with tluir visi ur and giust tfivuiiy appreci a e itile trudie nnd UelihiCul b0Siitaliti of LUth Luoea III tie occasion Mr S E JShew audlihathappiest and most enjoyable meeting in the history of the Aid Their thoughtful provision for the comlort and pleaisure of their guests Their Bbundanta ous entertainment will be long remembered i 2 R solved that we have en jjjoyed the pleasure of the visitors and friends who have honored us withtheir presence and con tributed so greatly to our enjoy ment and profii A special pleasure has been ours in the presence of former members who have moved from us and our guest of honor Mrs Della Brown once a valued and honored member of our band but now of Seytnore Ind whose visit to her old home has been a blessing and inspiration to us alld3 Resolved that we have missed very much those pf our number who have not been with us on this happy occasion and remember them in our hearts nd in our prayers 4 Resolved that we feel an in spiration toward a more loyal l and faithful work in the cause where in we are as a band enlisted and e ancoragedship and pleasure of the dayto seek new paths of us fullness and greater zeal in the work of our heartland Lord May the blessing of our Father be uuou us and establish the work of our hands Read and adopted by The Ladies Aid Society this the 18th of 4uly 1911 Public Sale Ve wIll at Moores7i11e Ky on S oaturdayfor sale to the highest bidder the following personal property 18 buggies Post Enterprise and Beaumont As the season is about over we will sell these buggies regardless of price Also a nice lext of harness We will also sell some some stock hog and cattle Terras On a credit of 5 months note with good personal securi ty negotiable and payable in bank and bearing 6 per cent in terest will be required Curtsinger YatestS M Campbell Auctioneer REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank Doing business at Main St town of Springfield County of Washington State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18th day of July 1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3fe37292o tL S andother Bonds Stocks and Securitiesn 00 12778tActual i Current expenses and taxes paid J 5405 Real Estate 500000IFurniture Fi turesJ 00 500000 Other Assets not included under any of the above heads 00 Total 404888081 LIABILITIES CapitnrStock paid in in cash 5000000 Surplus 3500000 Umjivtded profits 135714 3635714 Deposits on which ihtrest is paid 0 5772328 Deposits on which interest is not paid 20549792 263 2120 Cashiers checksjoutsvanding 00 Certified checks 00 Due to Banks v 15505 Notes and Bills rediscourited 5345805 Bills payable r 00 Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads 69664 TotaL 40488808 STArS or KBSTCCKT ooosrr or Wisn1- NOTOX I J A Boulware Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement ia trueto the best of my knowledge and belief J A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn tor before me by J A Boulware this 26th day of July 1911 V My Commission expires Jany 10 1914 CHAS M MCCIIQKD Notary Public Correct Attest T P MONTGOMERY Jl WHEATLEY SJ ANDERSON Directors fOIEnKlEYtilllIIakHItfMra l 1 ERSUN r Mrs Felix Hamilton ofLeba QD visited friends lu re Mon dayMjrand Mrs TVW Simms SrtJJR Montgomery and JIV P Elelen are s endng the week at Tatbarn Spring Mr Tandy Quteenb eiyy Ihe popular manager ort VPJ ntors Loose Leaf Warel oyse is again iin Springfield snakiuc ianccwith his trient s SA iiispirits as regards the outlook and is hopeful fur good prices Mr and Mrs John D Hardin ofChatanooga Tenn are visit iing at the home of Mrs and Mrs en J Hardin Mr Anther Cecil ofOwe sboro returned to bis home tftera Imaof Miss Gladys Walker Master Thomas Howeof Louisville is spending the sum mer with his aunt Mrs J H Walker purlchasedyearling mules at 110 each Rev Father of- tS IMrstained at Miss Lula is the guest of ThurrdayIMiss Elise tain at euchre Miss Butler has returned her home in New Hope fter a visit to her sister W D Claybrooke andI Mr Ripp ofr St Louis has tturned after a vist to Mr Mrs Raymond Nally LexingtonWilliams Mr BradIeyTdsentn isI the guest6Mrs Thty m nd- Nal ot 44 M1 rbrtiioed- TueornjjiIiiE 6bor of 1 Miss MbbLWi1iams and her guest Mi JRev and Mrs HRBtf Sharpsburg are visilingJsonII Alice Thompson I t Mr and Mrs W DClay brooke entertained at dinner Sunday Fenwick l 1ing1 of IMI 1of1 Sunday Saturday Kent and MondayISeveralt county court Miss Sadie the Miss Glispie of nea Mack yule this week Mr and Mrs Walter Adames of Raywick attended the Bagan find Rogers wedding Wt dnasdpy Mr Daye Rogers is dn the sick listAs news is scarc this weqk I will ring off and do better next time Forgetmenot LiUey 4 t IMIss MaoelP1cewas the guest of MisSJEiaVacTia OCtftnor Sunday W Misses Grace Bhehan and Em ma Polin attended the house party at Miss Glands Walter last week t Miss Frau ls Thompson of Evansville Iud is visiting at the home of Mrs Alice Thomp son Miss Catharine McCann has returned home after a visit to Miss Laveojia OCbimor j Miss Sarah Reed spent the tat er part pf the week with her sister Mrs pan Kelley I 1 MrandMrs Joe Palm visited at the home of Mr j 0 PoJiu Sunday Mrs Aryitj Noe spentat week with her sister Mrs iIQNoe Miss Nannie Pinkston lis visit lug Mrs E J PlajcstoB lMat J I Martint ndf JJflj trAdeline Cox spent Wednesaiy wthMrS Pihompn 1 J J= T f Springfield Cleaning l fVj Hello where d re you grmgf I Are pressngc1b you orurwayioaiilacewhelRtIieyrnake a elf nng ariJ 4r tOLD CLOTHED LOOK NEAvv Mytx bhop is next to tl j Cij It orfica arid Wu c are prepared to dp i i BETTER WORK THAN EVER IMy dry cleaning process is the best that has evetbeenJPl oUt iin the city 1Workcalled for and delivered to allparts of town It is not too far and It S nottoo I Iwi1ldotbwlking J close so you do the tcxikinff isii I J PROPJI i 4 J 41 tc24 tIii I i NOTICE 1 I I IattentionI f See our ICall1 and see our II Blue Perfection t EnamejedWarlv Oil tovesL e II Anew lot 6j r DIAMOND EDGE IWater Colors rJ Razors I Getourp ices 6n See bar line of 1 I Roofing IIIil I andOs K Freez- ebI L II Plumping aBeitofll tIall andeeuswheniibgi t i 8SHU TZ CLRAVER I i t fsiIT t A J1f I Ifjouike I Go o Ttifirlrrs rI I I onift into our attractive shop and i gaze on the appetizing cakes pies buns bread and confectionery Theylook good and are good I They Will Make YQ- UIungry I = k II- andI if you take sc me home the family ilLb4u I ifpIIIwell made and pei Give fectly I us delicious a call FITZGE v 11 + t H I AUJ ERTEEINj i i iliIi LI5r jt 1 f 4 ti i t SS J J t GOV BIilICj i Black jack With whl1e fo oints 15 JiandJ high 7yeaMjDJd by the ifthe Rapisr Jack he by Gov Wood out of a Black Hawk Jennet has proven himself a great breeder CbnfeandBfee 01 yourself ttHe v 1Gov Billie willserve Jennetsat 10 jCas atlie T t service wilti privileic If rctw dNg 7 f JJc J io 4 THURMAN PETTR SPRINGFIELD KY t v i j 4 7r EASEUSESL4iLail c ttJJNffJ f SMade in L01 Jy CffA SJC ATOLL OIZ cq t p v 7 r EDER 7i4Z i NASCOT J UJ copYic33tTs PROLOGUE y This rentttrice of Jim Felton qtthe Itntly lovelorn mmef tfliN Swt3rir Gulch ofAnn i ther IIrflltCY sweetheart who refused IttplJ a lileol the mine that 0 Woaldntfiprodace a dollar rig matter how hard it was worjceu tih mnd of fChes the little mascot ci7o pTmy edf tmcfi an Important role in Jims life drama appeals fiojkigfency and holds the inter v Wtc HJi ofitSKumor its ph1 thon its chivalry and tts broad t humanity r CHAPTER gul h ran In a trough of J tbeanfy to the tootor Jones t I I hill which rose Jn a sweeping J curve Into the Clouds uc nii towers trees In profuse leaf and eats of vines covered the scarred astil5fTjeart stirring otlbre yet Jim Felton t sitting on the door step of his cabin In Ute brilliant sunshine was not a happy man He looked at the hollow of the gulch and cursed It manfully and bitterly the gold should be therejjim had f flgsred It all out The old wash cut atlright angles to the creek and at the t turiVwas where tts freight of yellow t buttSbitad staff was elthfef slanted so i rrWA8It THIN LETTER IT sDotntn HUGH 3Jil uoth1ngcoud stay on it orJ1S rotten Y crijnjbllng in your fingers and that nttbng4k fifty ttI rptt holes got colors under the grass rots as evidence that W should be there and nothing but ashy wash beneath it When a man lslalone and thinks 1j things are wrong optimism comes down on the run the shadesjof pessl r U1mpth t fast and furIois more Jfes Jt man does his dwn cook ii Irfrand tlieTraw material Is limited at I4 rnha t f r The sun had not moved tlie shadows i I three Inches before Jim had reached Ihe conclusion that this world was allI a practical Joke of so low an order that sensible man would even latfgb- Vpt 1tt It and heJlrew a letter from his I pocket In proof thereof It was a thin letter written on delicate paper in a delicate hand ondt showed much i J Jsrejir He read for the thousandth 11tlajbfcI f rMt Jlnf And 4BaIn 1 must say zi nq Of nouns you wJU not understand forwhich foolish rftalopflllke you all the P 1 4Uerbutyoumtist try to4aRemy point eP13rrlt1i4 jSawe cnn dId lmp1 heart but areni thiief chahc s all arst sould you Jtke wabe forced to wore In some office f rJqaenougl to live onY You know youfcoulsifferlpVuNevejtbelc wo rannot lIve on air t oubt tt 1woulds1ft nc Jlnsplanttng1InJ the wild lire you love better than you to a clerkta desk You have that fancy which gUdalhe tin cans In the back yard riiave tbiitunfortunaie eye yhlch wouldg multiply their number by three and their iwlKhlllpttit by ten 1dont want riches r dear j only yanC n mo lest assurance Sttit1 can hao enough tor live on f t itreIltyt ynqr way ordoLju a gtiaran H lw rwn bread nnllbutter1 In the girdchjif Eden you would be 4ho most fyzhtftl of companions but In thlf l jrurld sltU jrnii will Aot flght foryour ownV3UvnuidTik your life to save n e mmimmmmmmufnm1 phjvlcMf tsid dMuVtjSav nil us At frtl thought that aTaiflt In you4 but c ow eng Ider having compared you jo r f Dlher men I see It U merely a missing faEjty 1cutihistIck to the desk and would giattiyjj3m1 wouJd let rre yet t could not en1ancy thlivlnt s you did at the factory tire which II sUn the symbol nihetownror manly cquragoand prr of WEtT iki111J Wil ce 1so8 EJY THE np y aUK niv or the way yuu laugrfea and Joked with those poor frightened girls who had such good ause to be frightened and brought them back to sanity with a jest I feel that If I had the least atom of heroism In me t would marry you for that feat alone and let cold facts go hang but ah Jim magnificent as you are on the grind occasions they come but sel dom and In the mean time Jim Ill leave that to your owlhoh sty Im plebeian Jim and youre a liable man with a beautiful but embarrassing disregard for vulgar necessities However I can say this for myself for surely I maxtJrag a little to my lover can try to match yoursplendld physical bravery by my own noral courage You may rest your soul in pence on one polnt jf I am not for you Im for no man no not so much as ahAlf gjanco of the eye I wou I1ntl1otd myself a bit more straltly If rwere yolir wife Youll be angry at this letter Well Ill stand your anger have ceased It and Ill bear the blame know that wq could not be happy without some visible means of Support yet l do not blame you In the least for thinking otherwise Be as kind to nje as you can Jim for love you very much In my commonplace way Ill admit too that I had rather retrlgerntorohIt hctU8Calourbuy groceries j lumpinsweetheart A JIni dropped the letter ahcEThisNips IttqtihhedJiimraged and hurt at the rest because at that fHe could not call her er qrr He knew better More tbanISneVery comfortable Income was atUberft dls rr t tctPoorgrind gulchfromherock to the top of Jts loftiest pine He drew out her photograph nnd obtained much sweet consolation by VtJlnking how happy they two would he Ih Sweet Briar gujcb together even If there wasnt a centj of pay In the gfavel Sick otthls Ingenious torture bethis pipe and drew savagely upon it with a mocking gurgle about a dram of slumgullion passed Into his mouth It was the lust touch He spnV out the biting nauseating stuff furled the pipe upon the rocks and danced on It And yet the colors frolicked in the gulch The tines toned the air wltli healthy breuthIFrom afar came the tllrrup tbrrup tbrrup of a galloping TouR 1I0TIlXR fI SISTER svrURA f ff horse It was Bud the man earrler coming rcodesMy and quietly at do cent gait down a trail whore tOnal ATQuld prefer to yalk nnd oVJian onrto sotnetliingntiliit At first Jim felt Irrltiitid tito interruption He vsuiied to Inrfurinto In misery Still he nna a ivijriirnus healthy man and the cheery jgood fo lovfship of Hud soon biade iiwiiy with- thntifeeii it Well now they coining Iltutiiy queried the young ginntrllt oar yetr cHIt wclf jnuch caloric replied 11n11 man Whats up Dont you feel Fell r t cerytblngfJtblstutlon of the United States Includltr the thirteenthi amendraonf por the Ten- J I tltii nU1IfI1f1 of I j Not Sisters l fua you sic two women pass t1i IrSt who look like sisters YsaaI uktelecnt1saCrtIieyare- ji4tit+ftr and youreaffzeihat o1tSLa TA ttmtiH of wean is to in ti Itad with the Iocsi health Ii r disu1r1Isiae Organs that f ItIIi5 1it s tteks and round Ie weakatt s t 1 from s keb piet J ff Pre tf iLoi j rapbs 79ssra It alTe vigor iiIthlztyto tho i I r os 7 fj iie3rsb coipIcxio1 a JithteBSsthCJ iv J1I No sLsoi or sittriiig iKug is contstn iin Eariirite Prescnption Y sick woman may consult Dr Pierce by Ietvefce Every letter Is bald u scredly coufidentlil l and snewered lit it envelop Address OrW 1 Dspeesey McdicslAssocjation rR V PiFc PJeJlBufflllo NY DWj GULCH PhjI1psIErJI2 i I t 1 tir eutning else n aoiaIieNo wonder you get like that mbus Ing around liera without a chance tc ynnpl with a feller critter Nougi to make you locoed upt4wn1GetBreak somebodys window and tel the zefhyrcomeahead and do It When your pair stops pulling youll feeL like a new man Jim thought the advice sound yjet a strange feeling had developed in him in his isolation It was that the eye of Anne was always on him had fallen into a habit which becomes a superstition when a man Is alone of acting as though she were there In person however be dWnt feel called upon to offer Bud thrit explanation of his refusal He conveyed the Idea In oAe brie wordIiBusted retorted Bud waVmly Busted Not much you aint basted while that little package Is there bet t HAJt 1u alttf 1 what you ill make I v lrnfdtiio l er payj you hgk1JfrItmnijleep It rplled- Jiii hft voice forry4outfhmy f troubles Begin returned Bud Now you take these two bucks and Jnbem in ysur Jeans Go ont now Do as tell you or dashed if l dont lick you and make you take em What the good of money if iIt aint to help a friend out with ii dont car who gets drunk on Just sp long as tliey have a good time Boy youll be sailing up the track regardless of orders with your boiler full of suds It you dont get out in tbiscramble for awhile Lord Id like to see a r Urond train Havent heard a whistle for two years How far Is It to th4 near est station Bu- dPiattsburgfifty mile due south1 Christmas rAttle far to waljr Say you take this horse JlrpGo ahead I can walk Just asvvrell nlI not Im getting too fat anyhow O6 on You take the horse and have jlj ride tcrPlattsburg Yes tare the shirt off your back anti never mind If u lilt of the skin goes with it Ill see you farj n first Tell you what you could jdo warI me Buddy The herd of burro around now if youd round npjonc jfSure orI sack till I com back Theres n heap of registered stuff mit this trip Oh say What do you think I whs held up tother side of the Bulldog Bnns zip says a little popper frcm the bushes I climbed for them liushes and out goes a beggar like a ra Jblt was after him like a coyote bet cher life Who do you suppose Jt was Jim Hang It how should I know That little down east cuts with the crook In his back He hegel hard Poor devil he was tjp agaljist the Sandpaper side all right Tltj heard from the postmaster that ttljpnj was a Jot of valuable mall going o4 Jlo lie thought hed make a try for Itt Then what do you think he bad the cold cdld nerve to Pass It up most anything re oh leI Worren that Striiek me toT fifty got It1tpui Got It No tint mmh hejditlut s nnC dIe dfre4 Just ton amljliv was liitkyjtiijrej thill Ive cJltiy favor ij itVt yr itliat teller 1iI1 ul last MI JIM ni ilivntidi ru sore iii misMMJJ sif ertiIIti1 ILll jHJihnt fl iiini o4iisti tliii tLMiimitnl rhu Jltcicl1jii Oil Ills had sti iiIt up iii lIctIr iiiiUI ivwir it for nbat If Vil ninviil liio ny day light uii An ji a urv r ynl life sawa tiumiiUaI miU eiir time thnrihlJJl Well h res for vour juckiss WblcJiw ysthe henir Right up over the hilt Jim sOt patltiily on the KIU un ii Bud returned with till liurro Hcrels your thoroughlirnl Ijol bed Bud Qet iw thire ll1riuontthe knowlng ears of him vlll you You bet cher lj re youve got Jan anl mile there thatll go when ihe gets ready and as fast he pretty well deem pleases Nail him IJim tied a gunny sack on las noble ogetliefI tnIthink his friend who knotted lilt tint over his eyes and said Aw write It down when youvo got more lme K6veriseQ feller in my life cottoned to morcn you Jim First I thought you was ttfo smooth for my kind nf lrnri lfnt but Inter Isee l- twastniy the ir1inof tie foolbelteyo In my friends I do pere jgo hopping around this little oridIji ora small time bud then thhtS J Sp0se you aint got any reajt friends for the trip Rotten I say You gOi sliced and rip PlnttsbUr up the back Wlsht could be there with ronI DontyollwlndcoUs quellccr iOllgoid maul Hike You ibeggarl 4ciI wifI uItJj a raiz Ii s ri grivi tilt irous tCwcfcf1 trtdos anj Rud van ished down the road ithout n iOot behind him Tie next day Jim fas in Pntt burg One tioes not kp w what fInnl- luring quality what a hazy enchant eDt can linger arouii l even a small town until an absence jjn a rea1 wil derness has given man s work a new I 1I1tif L been verv lonely with it knowing It tbeltlIplayed a rind restored theloc motlve to Its proper proportions of miracle As the engine glided slinking tthe ground beneath it oemed impossl ble to Jim that piuh fully made It What Bend those nighty rods of jeel to his will T vlst ajid shape those others Cast tl ise great driv ers iiAlld after to dr te the monster with a hand He drew bacL asthi ibnzzlng engine him with yui tthing IIJw aw- elhn the tUOiilg vH ajge came to a stop und the passengers sallied forth test their legs we nrled with long sitting There was humanlt of all shades from the haujhtj ai tocrat of the Pullman to the peas nt of the emi grant tar Jim bud a sense of ihlcnstire In be holding well dressed folk again yel was merely nil ae hetlc pleasure for hefound when beJHJgan to speru Into on the possiblllti 4 of the tlirnng before him that he ras more Inter ested In those whose nil was staked on the trIp than In t lose to whom it was only an excnrsloi People of widely di fjering nationalities occupied the em g nint cur Jim wondered whether t Ity would ever become Americans fCjcOrding to his Ideas of Americans a people In which ht hud great pride an delight pad he shook his irpuill doubiully as be took them in i Suddenly a small t darted out of a caran cxceedlngl small boy thin to emaelivJon who Itnade his way through the rowd lib that sprawl lug active dancing manner peculiar to thin small byys ap spiders Jim half laughed titjthe little chap until he saw his fur Then he real ized ato glance thai the matter was no laughing one flirtr boy At the same tune iw the shotk lag thinness of the title lace made Info a wolfs fare by jiunger the min gled horror and do tpemtlon of the eyps The big mutt Hvould not have believed a childs fn could express emotions of such ma nltnde He was wonder stricken at jb sight and felt an Instinctive syinpntjiy for the fugi tIre It Is a strange tllng how fortune will sometimes guide with certainty when reason shows 0 path The boy came u iprrlngly tbward Jim Jim hada sor 1ot prophetic sight that he woul j Back behind him the urchin ranj Dont cher give me away mister pleaded Jim flapped a hand In atMwer At tip time be w i leaning against a corner of the stat ii A little back of him was a small into shed where various truck was st red Out of the car cam a burly brute of man who stared n put him rapidly Pats der 01 mat jf Thlsprrf the hoy If IIP pits tjfltofme there wont be n hull bone ift In me body The man walked up to the con iuctbr ntifl spoke to Aggli sold the oy Now deyll gel me sure Dee rg Is up DeylJ have der hun gang hop o me the volie trailed off Int a strangled sob land then continued In a fierce wils perAggh If Th d m6 growth Id show em Id shot fein Andthan- Ia burst of hair rals Jg profanity The nnnimpnt was prowing loud be tween the man who was urging something and the condi tor who was de clining Others wettf wiiklng toward the moderate cute lent lJim wheeled and ranpht t the boy In nn1If iiiv Hiright Hnii liinie HIP knliictorN volin Say my fripiiil if ui think Im tog to liuUJ my irii itwhllo you hunt tip lost Lhl llicrV uiUitlilji In you Utah dont work r SlU dldnH you tukct1 ir of flu while you had lilmV Now von ilt IIt four mla tills iiy tht vitIt u Kit hog biisfe nronnd 0 till hunt drop off the r1dn anO hum Whats tluil Now flont you give ni any slack you black miwzled tariiir or illl have the fear of God tlroyn in you too quid Get out of here no ti Get out ol toy way THe mnn idoiifludI off and niatle a hasty search nroti id the station A womans rlcIWII VPIV an JinnTuve mcnt on the mnn Cleaned ont of the car window anl Jtd nt the hinter who cursed her bu savagely J Tin inn wnlkttl iji to JmtYdid yersep u kill g by here mlsjer5 With a ylinig jib KlinuderKi fin askiHl him thif nu fillon Mr Ollen dorfs Irluchuc iftd nlout thef pink and grein ovennat It till shoemakers j fITrnonsaiids Have HidneITrouble and nIIHow To Flid Out Fill a bottle or co mon glass with your water and let itsta d twentyfour a hoursIr brick i inentor settling 7strinorpiilkyjIf iiidicats an hqalthy un1 r I kidI1t the1aininthekidneys and bli ferarc out of onlcr and need attention What To Do There is conifprt nth knowledge so KijmersSwampfulfills almost ever f wish in correcting kliIneysliveri passage Corrects i lability to hold vntei and scalding pain i t passing it 3r baa effects following us uf liquor wIne or beer and overcome that unpleasant cessity of being cj Q1pelled to go olten 1pjmnn1timesImmediate effect 3f SwampR6ot is soon realized It ands the highest be causeofitsreinrku Iffcalth restoring pru po s erties If you need a 12iiave 11 ==1J J1piggistsand onedollar ile l beolt lunglianitonEpe SwampRooton evevlyttia a t it reicvT KTT htTi Jwfcai rf sod was a foreigner un Iii JJffs rir roa with the desire to kill him Ayr wot are yer waslin tlmewld thedllJotur called the woman Tb kids on the roof Jims heart Almost stopped so thoroughly had be QURfelJIeboy right or wrong But ha was saved the trouble It was only a Jest of the womans for she suddenly called so earnestly that even Jim was fooled No he aint neither I see tim see him There otlnetIIngThe man ran out to sal where she was pointing Where Is he he asked looking wild around On top der flagpole like er mon key Youre 1tlsbe cried with a shriek of laughter at the black brows of her dupe Ill show yer der Joke when I git in dere hethreatened The woman leaned her chin on her hands and smiled rUn never forgot vvatE UPYOUOOIUESAD the uttfcr undauntetjness impudence and malice of that face Yer allus goln to do sumpjn Pete she re torted Yerllbc a man yet A more amiable man than Pete might have been t provoked 4by such conduct He strode forward with white knuckled fists and a very un pleasant expression on his face Several men started to interfere but If wasnt necessary The woman quietly looked ather bully chewing a straw with the ut most nonchalance Give us a kiss said she The mans crest dropped He said something In an undertone and got on the car Jim needed no further knowledge of this delightful couple to be thoroughly on the boys side It seemed to him that the nina was quite capable of keeping a small animal at hand for the fun of ttorturing it and as for the woman well If there was her like In hell Jim determined to be good for the rest of his days- AlLaboard rled the conductor And with a few mighty breaths fhe iron giant whisked its load out In the open again Stay where you are son till I see whether that fellow Is playing a trick said Jim and not dntll he bad looked under the platform and down the track and In the waiting rooms did be give the command Come down CHAPTER II passenger agent saw tile per with astonishment ITr you had the boy tucked all the time said be Just what kind of a game is this Dunno returned Jim Let the boy spenk for himself Now young nina whats the matter The urchin stood lHjfore them tak ing them in thoroughly with his sharp up1Asdiminutive form Benny the baggage smasher whose overhanging shoulders testified whence came the powerthat had reduced many a proud Saratoga to element conditions and Happy Jack the mammoth soot blackloose Jointed negro porter placed them selves on either sde of him They made the boy look moore like an Insect than enriWots ell matter IIP cried in a voice at once hoarse ann shrill with a cursing note In and accompanying the words with nj extravagant matio gesture of lila skinny claw Ill tell yer wots der matter fey btnt- mec1y bent1 me baiL dont ast youse to take me word fur It Loot at me back dnts nil lust yer Jrs look ut dat He ripped the shirt from lilt shoul ders An angry jrrpwl went up from nil thoatr big bearded men when they Saw the horrible stripes and welts raw blue and swollen on the poor little hack Happy Jack threw up both Uls rllln nrmsIUurld lawdl Who doom you like t boy he orlecl 11I in hookars on him cups me if waul den put bumps on tutu blggern yer hull body Sow yer talklu shrieked 00I He raised himself to the tips of his toes bared his teeth to the and with clutchlTig talons gripping nt then Ir yelje l Aggh If had tfn fTovt Itl bite his heart out Id tear bis neck for Itn The men looked astounded on this mighty fury pent In m stimulI nnJ mis erjible a cagt The voice hail pcnil lar iilnrmlng call to like the note a lire gong- Sudilenly the boys bwid dropped on the crook of his arm Treated me wussn a dog he sobbed out Done me so it makes even dUI nigger holler when he sets It Happy Jak was taknn aback The other men smoothed down their fae foiTjbly Say liIhoy think n pllte way to talk to people inquired Jack The boy wiped hIs eyes on his sleeve and went over to him Say donl yer holt hothin agln me fur der word AKnnr onowr WIT up said he Deyve got me looney dots wot Yerve used me hiker flIN if it holts yer yer can kick me ItndII fur me and IIwont say nutliliiV JVell theres two pound arid a half of lead game sport for yoif nil right cried Benny Ooqd eye kid Happy Jack smiled a molllfled smile eight inches wide You is all right j lIeaq611d he An as fur as my beln a niggers concerned Ill admit iny keriUejction aint light He slapped his ham and brought down afoot on the platform Hynh byahl he roaredt You betdere aint no dam blond bout mel The lufoctloiiM dark Inucii eUrtod top omrrs an ana nivtum m Hen ro a cjommon sense fuitiuK The passenger zmnt to k up the in terrogitlon Vna the mini tlc boys tai father Answer Howd I know Dots der soiui h gay me Were there any reliitlviis friends Answer Naw WPJI what Id fi9j pro pose to tiol Answer digging toM Into the Mtuvlcnow nny tlng What vis ill minnie Jim JIm uhiitV VHdift know Sometimes tier gun cnllt himself Dnrragh an sometimes Mullln an sometimes Smlf Agghl He cait himself foist tlng dot come to his tongue tbeIdidnt have no real name The agent talked to him abit jpore YitvchntJfllttNowjustsnyj antI maybe we can fIx it like to go along wld dot felfer I1d take me replied the ooy Voss lijg a thumb toward Jftn Feltgnv Tvbere was a beco lpg acivss of sjjyness in pnInknew they bore the sititmenameasor- of kinship as it were WelJ Its up to you Mr snld the passenger agent vltb a smile Felton said Jim Im in ill take the boy Hard rustling down my way but guess we can make oifi sojue how Sure vou want to go UfdV Yesslr verybeartily Done then unlIformInto the bottom thereof GOodby fren said he He shook the cup in front of the others Heres fur the rooster Step tip to the capons office an settle gents he IETJ THE nULL called1 Member what de Bible says Fool an his money soon portal Come up Come up They came up generously BIllrHow much you got boy asked the agent as Inppy counted the mon eye Foty dollars ovVn money Misto Bre kenrldge The agent was a hnrhI IIflfRnlcJ he to Felton Now what do you say if we across tIn IrPt indortIiscims- this matter a HtMi farther Go you repllpil Folton Xow Jimmy sit here for a mom nt We7re going on some bust iiTss i The boy glanced sit them sharply Yousv fellers Is join to get a drink 8nh1l1eITho big men put their luuids on their sides and roai Yopll finl that kkl worse than a wife Fplton salt the agent No use of our being hypocrites to the little chap reckon he s seen worse things thaihe inside of nsa loon Come along iadtly buck They lined up and partook The agent fold the story of the waif And we started him oft with fifty Mae he said to the saloon keeper Sup pose yon break away from some of your ill gotten ins In the good cause 4 r The saloon keeper opened his cash drawer wljthout words and sjiil over five dollar bill He seemed very glad to part with it Confound it Now were unsticks youIwbnt HAITV man put up a rwo nnl well shake the dice to see who tivos It to the kid winner to Set V up Thatll make wventytivp a i v respectable tig lire Ifhey played a nw Interesting lke ga me In whleli te figure of a pH drawn in chalk upcft banfurnishud the layout It Is a game which in creases In merest to the last throw They stuck the saloon keeplCaild were gleeful Ve ought to name the tOy said Feltou muter the inspiration of the second refreshment Mynrtmes Jim and I want something else to onll him by Ill uiiikc him a present of my last name Gad tlinfa so replied the ngeut Call him ChescheeTa Jlm111lt In n cowman Thats Tnun for little Jim Chen nlnt n bud uitkname Mae band over title of those toy sample bottle 0 California fizz said the agent Well unit this craft down the ways In shape Felton broke neck off the bottle with n tack htjmmor anti poured the wlrio on the bpys head I christen tjiee Chesciieela James Felbpn ifay you becomoa oOdBeawprttiy craft and iotflll your skin with tljls stuff whet you grovf up sajolih dramatic ahTl tTb small boy sqnjntcyl ui1 his eyes to kIep tho wine out ihon he shook tile liquid from his hair looked up and grinned Yojise fQliera ia reWar Ulds said = a = 1IirIp t ICftJbwen Cry for Fletcht i k- iJT it IThe Kind you ave Always Boughtti LpiiIch few HeIn use for cjvcr 30 y ars has borne the tferftatHre of 1 and Jjas been mad unde4pert 4 c4cisonn supclvIsIQL slxco its Infancy thisAll ofTChildrenjporIenco Experlnz nt Wbaf ts CAS1OIIA TigorleIt e contains neUhe Pl1nnh Ikrorplilno ijjpe ither iTarqotio Biibgtaiice Itpnooslts gruaranteot deistibys IVorips find allays Fcyjsrlslmess It cures Blarrhoea and Wind Colic It fblleveS Teething Troubles cures Constipatjoa theStomacitsleeplhcC5EWUINE GASTORI ALWAYS Bears the Signature of D i 2 I I f The Kiud You ilave Always oughl In Use For Over 30 Years rile CCUMNr rrntCT EWe MTf J s Are You Nervous 7 What makes you nervous ItJs the Awakness of your womanly constitution which cannotstand the strain of the nard work you do Asa result you break down and ruin your entire hervous system Dohtt keep this up Take tf Cardui the womans ttonic Cardui l Is made from purely vegetable ingrejdients t It acts gently oh the womanly organsjand helps thejjHft do Their proper work ItVelieyes pain cyld restores health Jna natural mannerby going ta the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength CARro I Woman Thb Tonic J sMrs Grace fortner of Man W Va took CarduL This is what she says about it I was so weak and nervous I could not bear to have anyone near me 1 had fainting spells and I ost flesh every day The first dose of Cardu helped me Now I am entirely cured off the fainting spells and I cannot say enough for GarduI for I know it saved my life It is the best tonic for women Do you suffer from any of tthe pains peculiar to women Take Cartful It wil help you Ask your druggist Write td Ladle Ad visor Dept Ch Hinoo Medicine CaCk iTeM for SpedatJrsitrZZdiOtZSafld 61page bOOkuomc tFrcaiitio J lL EVERY BUSINESS NAN L rRcojjntzestheimpoftaucedf conducting all buBihesa details bY telephone both local and long distance It is economjin saying of time and money Unexcelled telephone service can be hab Iojver the lines pt the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com pany Long dmstanc connections tOall important points in the United I 1CUlu l + =L LoVd thats ji great boyr tame the agent HPS ittte icit man In Hit crowd ftay lets give Jifm whitf mans start bopliyitiis with jL bath The whole party went to th larber shop and inadp IIP darky pcoprletoj dispMise n haiti flat a haircut to nothing Shave sir asked the latter whe i tile hair hind been properly Jrlmmed No replied youth VI rfnb Ill let me whislvprs grow Dorea onuff wInd in dis country terjcoepdcr moths onten em t ThW t hr raldedjtbe lothln storq and abused Hebrew owner until he reduced the price Oof der lodt rf I s tv 8181 everyilinp shei nelmunl Slesdy bet sent Pores p01 rotilt left It dbcfned bay fur the freightto 1 Lyol here 3oL Wj1l you swear that on n l1l0e4 of pojrk V demanded the agent Heblewin ned Donned itoqie hetGre hflrdt lss5prooeji tCJcuiii fliimd ntill clothed Ches olidcla JatnY Felton spm a dlfferenf TUnklnRjjoyi Months only oduld tako tho lyiUn Hi os of h1 faconnili rrtti1l hr ttfid i IwkiPonla fold ntlt riuv Hiohnliaw of tie ooltkkbl1ftil M was nott a littil Ioo55iii yonnr I S Jim lviton bo iglit isonie supjillas fo his oaiup Tiid terhU lo stat fo honmoillsi t 1ttt us tJler c qdretl make nfteoa oil wbatore darfc t ijtathemltorwords ot igrnjltuaft andlflail Jesi cJtnnclw ompqy tiietn1 Todn fe t 4 4 CI MO norI fPor Infants nd CiiIIr4 The Ktd You HasAwys IIIcit Bears the 21 Signature ot L j SEEING A JJOKE It Depends on the Rand sf Hiimtr t Which One U AccutUmwI Foreigners as a rule do not under ltreclrmlriV I t MarkIonly Americun liitlnorlsts who are iiccpptedby Kngllsbritpri jQh the other ffJlld we do miotnpprecinte humor yr Punch the Enplislimana delight JI have seen an Umjllslftnaa lnujl heartily over n joke In juncli that I cmildn see any point 10untUltH explained lo mo and not doubt that gentleman considered as dhse as we ponsldei theT rwli yg tell hera ft 4 t imalnedIt J in1atenilIt Ii the Ibcal ap ilUatioa or Joke that pouritj the riitld pirr The tUB rfa batgrft t Il c f noiif jfgtit Und theli hs Mtriidilieiloiit wjtb a look eff1mllrll liii l4 CIII thtt nds I t It tritit Vuliidlrniim that tn tilt tileluuIm rItD4 In HjmHnwof uiirih Ttot tLjmmmtn9cit t t lIke n tthIIItJcblhl rtl1rlJtltl1l1 nlUrmn fruii Imauskee iKWOH nt dinner lbii Bradford clufc mid lold about lIt pxpprtlUg to get A fuiiKb but nil got won this seem HaL Smith Kphllirr mnyor at that York hire cllyr v Hy JII clldnl know thOse wiN fenies wprtw stroty Its Jolly atmii IhlnK AhV JuHjr brute wasnt a tarred ei Taxed tho eardi Pef time Umit af HasHln levied a lat on IrturtK Fludluc that hM ubTetf win dkJH ed to keei their Jjcnnl tit any pxpeust of money kt toibnthoni betatnee btMirdlcsM patIos tt Suspicious Biink PrcsrdnitVlinf the sttie f ynn VlgprPreslde lltt was Jwrt tkkik fngVI jpntuest to out caii4t r Is hutch yesterdio pnil l cheat wIt Itktihe way lie MlngX twill thtj me mihiu Im gonePsek zliii OiIua4Cn t Shtw iJf jo jtMfct M tM sew- gowii IM btue to it 4iBL Mrs CrabsinwAB lojoc aa Kr jptofJ to bq charged deer f aja u HlP t t more expensive Ax