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TJr Mv I3STABLIStJEDS irJAr- IN1883 j emtiI IiiLw 4Jr4 tt Y fili i 2 30 PIUN FIELO j COUNTY KENTUCKYC it AUGUST 3 9Ui I 0 1 f If fEftA r-5 LATCHKEYS Bi3Enauh torlto Usedf as Weapons ttckr eafena ofI sCjSsmlthtoff ln Germany Is today 5S an ISapQrtnntVa trade as plumbing J tV blacksraltblrijjjr or the vocation of be T arbpr snY8 our consul at LkeyI a retentreport The first lock nn were Introduced Into Pmesla In the fourtoeiiib cwiftirjr4udrnimed n oon j f Kld rabItr tpn nHjuj nt the palace of peefwjtor At Brandenburg Be found i tbatibjr these devices be could do away wSand thus materbIIy reduce his houseSi hold expenses Since that day ithe ral Bhosser or been an es segtlal factor In German life 3e present German house key cquld bE tJed a weapon ot attack Sfelbq lies Idea serving Its o and1de1 f1 ixjaeylt weighs on an Vonevelghtb of a pound and as each per l entitled to carry a hOUse and cfrbrldor key has nearly a quarter of a pound of soft Iron In bis pocket It la conservatively estimated that the amount of Iron In circulation Jri Ger nndoIn the bund bags ot women amounts to aStons for the keys to the Interior of German homes Thus something over tons pf Iron are putjnto keys on a size to be found nowhere In Amer lea However large the house or nu me niis the nrnrtmnts the outer doQr islo kedprornptIy at 100clOCk anti M vlhe Germnn spends ninny of bis ereu gfout every person carries at least oSelof these massive keys tti effect ah 3ScItrsBCeS ANSWERED THE SIGNAL TheKing senihc Reply and thoCapf tain Kicked Himself Rear Admiral Sir Colin Keppel was a yachtVictoria1action bee occasion when the late kingt Se Vas on board his majesty thought be vCwouid like to steertbe yacht for a lit tIo5wtZ n i Admlhil Keppel took him to the Wheel llana having ascertained the prdpec course to steer his majesty tiled to keep the yacht In it with rath er poor success a squadron of crullers and ecap thin of one of these vessels noticing W Hii trnlihlv course ottbe Vlotorln and t dtt Qeslgnnlpd a sarcastic Inquiry as to ttie erratic course of the yacht and King Edward seeing the string of Tings g6 up Inquired their meaninge SAdmiral Keppel went all Ute colon of tbejalnbow and tried to escape the question but tbe king Insisted Vhill at last he understood the meaning ot rthe signal bla niajesty went pff Intt pleats of laughter and after he bad re s covered a little be ordered a reply to 7be signaleda5 A fewmlnuteB later the captain bl r the cruiser read this message Praj 14acceptapqlogIs but am a bit out of prncUceEdward v Then the captain retired to his cabin ad kicked hlmseltPenrsons Week ti Canes and Swords In Porto Ric- oqtalJ people perhaps riune are more fond of canes ol more skilled In their use than fur fellow citizens ot Porto Rico The walking stick In that stand would seem tp mqrk social distinctions among men as fans do among women 5 EerySpnnIard ans n cane the wlll OtltIlpUcks The term arsenal is used ad vlsedly as the Porio Ulmhs like ttif Spaniards bgVp qulfp a fiitJqness flU sword canes ind dagger manes net they make tttesp with remarkable skli Tile blades of the Liner sperlmpns equip i frop fajmou inHtht In Toiedn nell oti er Spnnisl cults and are fiirgod frbi tliejflnest stoel Some tire dUOI ccmci tied othpis are Inlaid with sliver nne d cold some have worked upiii them tb njiiiio of the uwiiir and others thf jame of a patnui saint Phlladelphin J h iflecordiqSj Ti1e1qlirtn VVnfli riwlPIPitt r uljpricer for a Rqmp 5wlxatmnmbling nkiri sHellLarrLve ht rnldU ynull plvp hlmfJmenll Is tiki Dr Thirdly 1 p friiljdly was dlvldlij up lite puoli ylnio upprojirlrtie thjids 5uhSny niornlnK whpn a member of 5hrpngjegitton shouted Irajsclhly J 3 Meht man tike us mel Weh sajd Sr Thirdly promptly VhoidjOn then ilil Im done carving rittsbtirgGaiEetteTimes tA Steady Watch s tIenry said MrtijtbonIp at Itt i t J ner Ipoklngdpwn nt tier welch tfut JiI spcakng to1Jr O1oonlp otrthe 0t- haslde ir of the tablemy watch hasitftYiybt l1aa second In a week jiv loinlp1lljo l broke the mainspring jSj Politeness 4Imnopolitenw4s Is that which when r JmatiIs fioK to yoalind you know be r tijs ijinjlnipeti yojtrioJIsten to him as ifthoixgb you believed him and impels n9tq on lying as though be tie j Sjfipvesypu believe hInt Chicago Post v IJ ir A Left Handed One 1 t nilyesterdayJ3 Jlf tiVvhror even a handsome woman to Je wenle of the ridieoiotiSr In ouTrUIuneflluLIican y A beautiful eye makes silence elo t ctJoofuJliI1Sen t eye tSdef6rinedAddison- SThe Oil Wrcs On or the animalt curiosities ol r iSojit tll America Is the oil bIrdorilBuafcharp It breeds In rocky caves TXan3 oneof Its favorite haunts Is the 7 Island of Trinidad Itlays Its eggs AU a nest made of Inud and the young Sublrds areprpdlgusJ tnt The np 1 r tlves melt the tt down uj clay pots buttfThe caves Inhabited by the birds are usually accessible only from the sea and the banting of them Is sometimes t an exciting sport I I1dEADEIl L f 2 c t r ERISVOLXV1IIit JIooPRrResolutions Of Respect rSpriogBeld Lodge No 50 F A M Springfield ry July i7 lOlLIt Whereas it has pledged Al mighty God to call from this lodge to the Lodge on High our beloved brother lWESelecraan Therefore be itresolved That g as Masons knowing and be ihiving that Our Grand Master leth righteously in all things bow in humble submission to His divine will Resolved that in the death of our brother the lodge has sus tained the loss ofa member who thytion beautifully portrayed in an unsual way the real tenets of speculatiye masonry his family the loss ota faithful generous nd affectIOnate husbacdand fa ther and the community a jjust man Resolved tlrat a cqpy bf these resolutions be spred upon the copylJeJuruished seato this lodge and that a copy be furnished the local papers and the Masonic HOwe Journal with request that they publish the same W A Waters W H VVjbarton J Robt Mayes Jr- Committee Midnight in the Qzarks and yet sleepless Hiram crouton of coughedHedocfprs who saiohe had con sumption but band no help in the climate and started home Hearing o fDr Kings New Discovery he began to use it Ii believe it saved my life he writes for it made a new- man out of ma that I can now do good worjc again For all lung dEs t tses coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup wboopinff cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known remedy Price 5Do and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Rob J St HacK Saw Found on Prisoner Jailtr W T Madden having had hissuspicions aroused recently by the actions of Emraet Sturgeon now confined in jail charged with horse stealing de cided to have all prisoners searched that were onnned there Procuring the Officer J X Thompson an examination was made and two teninch hacksaws were found on Sturgeon concealed ina leather belt he was wearing Sturgeon has escaped from jail twice in the past No eyideuce however was discov ered that these saws had been used Onaccount of the unsafe condition of the jail a cose watch iis being kept on all prisoners 1ccnfin1o be taken to the Louisville jjail 1s 1todaynon Enterprise Four doctors given me u writesMra Laura Gaines of A voc La and my cnildren and all my frleuda Were looking for me to die when my son insisted that I ustr Elec Irlc Bitters I ilia so and they have done me a word of good I will al wayspraise them Electric Bitters Ssa priceless blessing to women that rre troubled wit fainting and Afy spells backache headache weakness febillty constipation or kidney dieor ders Use themiand pain new health strength and vigor Theyre guara teed to satisfy or motley refuudejv Only 50c at Haydon Robertson Srnoke Up ThfeVbite Leghorn hen Owned by iJohtj Grohan of Glenville N yv which recentl helped him ouild a chicKen coop by holding thenails in Its beak after he hall smashed his finger has Teamed anew tridk Wb Grohan gets home alter his clays work lhe 19 very fond of sitting on the poch and er jnylng his ppeWnenhe sits n bhieasy chair it is a signal to he hen to go into the house 11isbgpf tobacco and pipe gad take them tohirn J After Grohan nas qlled his pipe hepntsa match in the bens beak andshe scratches it across the floor andtbm he lights Ibis ohpipethe hen to put out the matchr Cincinnatli InquirerS OFFICIAL CALli 1 For Contention To Ac opt Platform for Democratic Candidates The following the officiallei tl by the Democratic aie Ce tiland Executive Committees fjora 1 DDemocratio County Conyentipn Saturday August 12th to select delegates to attend the delegate Oonverition Tuesday August 15 Be it resolved the State Cen tral and Executive Committee of e Democratic party of the State of Kentucky in joint session as I KrpJJ af thesaid committees being prep sent in porson that a Demo rat ic Delegate State ConvetitldnJ1 Ihe41e 1911 for toe purpose of adopting and promulgating a platform of principles for the guidance of Democratic officers and of the party in Kentucky for the cona sideration thereof by the kople in the approaching campaign to be followed by November e13tion of 1911 at which election a State ticket and members of the next General Assembly are to he elec ted 2 Delegates shall be selected tosaid convention on the basis of one delegate for evey 200 1ovcratic party of Kentucky Itt the Presidential election of landwhigh delegates shall be selected ini mass couventions held it each and every county in the tate provided that in cases of counties having two or more legislative districts separate conventions shall be held in each legislative district Said mass conventions shall be held in each and evcry county and legislative distfict in Ifthe State as aforesaid beginning ttwo oclockpm on Saturday August 12 1911 and said con yen ions shall be call d to ordhand held in the manner proved by tlie party law 3 All known Democrats all iindependent voters and all tjninors who will be legal voters by the November election 1111 and all voters who declare a purpose to ailihate with the Democratic par ty in the next State election 91lare1 declared eligible o participate in sdid mass conventions and to be elected to saici State convention 4 As thp present party prgan izatiqn was s lected only three years ago and has hot yet iservpdI a full term of four years land as a State convention will tie heldI in 1912 the State convenMn to be held as aforesaid on August 15 1911 is not called forte pur pose of selecting committeemen r Lx party 5 Said committees jointly as oembiedState primary of July 1 1911 in selecting nominees tfor Slate fllces as declared by the State Executive Committe and with ottidence appeal to alIIIbertv loving voters of Kentucky to aid in the election of the sajiclmag nificent Stat ticket noininated in said primary nd aloj to aid to the tel a1i tion of Republican oaisrulc in Kentucky and in the election of Democratic njiembert of the nex General Assembly so that Hon 0 lie Japes the Democratic nominee fOIl United States Senator shall bef elected lo represent the people iof Kentucky and of thA nation in tiie reatCii csttitiwbeitxgwage at Washington DU between Democratic senators is the rep resentatives of the pen pie and Republican senators as represen tatives of thj procc4rd and privileged l interests of ihe coot tryr1he tertn of saiq James to be elected a afare aid shall tJegio on Aacvh 4 1913L Said mass CO ven ions shall be held at the court houses in various counties co stituting one legislative district jer where two or more counties cjonstitute a legislative district shan peiignJtedlative districts in all countifcs haying pore than one gislatiye andiplacesventions sijall bagivenby pUbli1 cation for not less than ten days rtpr to the holding of came in ub ioi tj r=ahtvo Ciill nd puruiancb tiji teiO the Democrats of Washing an County are called together ini mass convert tioti at tthe Court House in Springfied Kyv on Saturday August 12 191 a t2 oclock for tlie purpose of selg sting delegates Ito theIemocraticSia e Uonyen tion to tie held at ol1h vile KyS on Tuesday Augiijjt 15 1911 oJoeDemoc f atic VountyI ain u elt Birch Of Jsetown W i bada most narrow e icape from losing his Ing asno docto j could heal the frightJulorc that developed but at 1last pucklens Arnica tjlve cured it completely Its thct rcatest healer of ulcers burns boil eczema scalds cuts ccfns coldso 6B bruises and iles on eai th Try it 25c at Haydon RobertsonJ jA Nice present rICecil Hancock la twelveyear olddoywho resiles near Hara mona Ind wa resented with 5000 fouring4 car Monday by an exasperated alP tourist vtip met with an accident near the farm owned bv mum Hancock tie boys fatho The tourist refused to give h shame hut the automobile licence bore the legend 8605 Nefeork While descending a hi t near the farm Ithe New York t who was en route to Chicago and was Uii sole occupant of the car lost control of the maclrne when the steering knucklq h ole The car landed in a ditch bottom sid e up After tOOl g Hancock had helped the occi pant out of the wreck the disg feted driver an nounced that b would he glad to give the car away and be rid of it iHancocksaid l6ive It to me Take the d d nuiance and welcome resjbnded the man ffrom New York jiHe then hired the boy to drive m totho near est railroad st ition where he boarded a trail for Chicago Young Hancocli sold the oar for er1Hecollege i tducatioijHarrodsburg ajIj Herald I + Wealth bf Hair Haydon Wjtett have the Preparation that Grows Hair stois Dandruff and Makes Hair- Gloriously Radiant itMoney lack saykj Ilaydon Willett if HariBiaiHSage ilpcsn crndc tealll tlandrutT stop spi ttSnij hajr falling hair and siralg itt t5and put life and lustre into the lutyof any man wc mal or child And Parisian agfisoi pleasant and refreshing rff cheap perfumery dor to carry arc iRd all day no dip agreeable eonco lon that disgusts the senses but aictily perf uinetl tonic that prof itt goodness the the first time yot iise it Baldness and f ted hair are both caused by dandrj it gerins Parisian Sage kills the erms and causes the the hair to grow abundantly Large bottle fi 50 cents at Hay Ion WiMett atu druggists everywhere Kentucky fair Dates p The followl itr are the dates fixed for holc1ltig the Kentuokv Pairs for 1911 tis farns Georgetown Ju1 2g Lancaster lAjly 2i3 days Dauyille AjfeustJ 23 days ToraillpiFuht28 days Lexiitglir ugxst 7Oclays Ty lorsvilUSpAuiust H4 lays ElizibethtQj n AUE U4 clny Lawrencebi rig Aug 154 days Shepbrrdsv lie ALIg 234 days Springticld VVugj 24 days Shelby villeilAugj 22 JI days Liberty A pstI23n days Nicholusviilcjj Aigi93day S Bardstown Aug 304days Franklin Aypust 31B days Paris Sept fjnber 46 days Kentucky SflateJ Fair Louis ville Septemoer Jf0 days t Glasgow yilptenlber274davsl i CASTORIAFor InfaatB and Children 4lwaysBougbI t S1gnat o f Jr 0e np S1SSSSSSlj t iTTN BOND IIs Will Moore Charged With Tjie1urderof VaSi Ro vjuctL KylernjjThe examining trial of Will MooresCharged with the murder f Robert Kylr at Cardwell on JudgeLitseymorning The Commonwealth wa9 represented by attorneys W C McChord end Marshal Duncan1 and the Defendant by attorney John W Lewis arid J6e Polin Long prior to tlw hour of commencement of the trial the Court House was filled and many were on the outside l Before the trial was begun the udge ordered that everyone be searched for small arms Ac cordingly everyone was ordered to goout of the Court House and a search was begunas they re enteredevery person beiiigr thoroughly searched l no arms were found howeyer as those toting pistols made way with them before reenteriniidThe Commonwealths testi andcopsumed atIt charge the defendant on the Commonwealths testimony Arguments of some length were made on each sidp but the motionS was overruled It being near nIght Court was adjourned until the next Monday morning At 930 oclock the hearing was again begun and testimony was introduced by the defendant until ubout 3 oclock when the h alig of proof closed Argub iiiiMits ere t eu begun Joel Polio delivering the first peech for the d6fendait Then a contention arose and was argued at some length as to the right of Mr McCuord tql close the argument he being employed by dead mans relaties itt being contended by the attor ness that Mr Duncan who in the absence of Mr Mazes was acting County Attounpy should close the argument Judge LIt soy upheld the contention of the defense and r led that Mr Duu can xnustcncIudesMcChord tlien argued the case at some lengthand was followed by Mr Lewis for the defense iswho argued the case fully Coutt then adjourted until 10 oclock Friday when Mr Duncan concluded tIle case for the Com mon we lth Tliu Defendant was then held to answer to the Grand Jury ithe sum of 1500 Thi bond was quickly made aid the Defendant went home T SANDYS SCRUPLES They Almost Kept the Tourists From Getting the Boat A couple of tourists staying at a vii lage which Is In close proximity to a well known Scottish loch had titancy one tine Sunday to go torn row on the loch They accordingly Rallied forth iIn search of the boatman whom they met Just leaving Ida use dresscl in 1his Sunday his arm best null carrying a Bible We want to go for n row said one of the tourists Due ye uojkeu Its the Sawuatli answered S ridy Velluo get a iioif tnt me the day fvrby r hoe yetw ken that lam an elder o the kirk Yes yes expostulated the ttourlsts Hints all very well for you but we dont require ySm with us You canIJn to church wtfjcan row ourselves Aye aye said the elder bill jlsfc think whit the meenlster say i Never mini the minister was till reply lie Wit know nothing about svo It will pay you well AU wcplsald Sandy Ill no let ye the bout bit Ill tell ye whit Ill dae Dae ye see yon wee bontlt doon among the rushes Veel shes ready wPthp oars InsUle list ye frnngdoon there an rpw oof tee the middle o the loch an Ill collie dbou tae the bank an swear at ye Bit never ye mind ye Jlst row on an IlUcall for the money on Mondijy London Idte f An ora or virLtn The word rabbits on Sward a Corn ish flsblng smack aroiisen1 the Ire of the crew Should the bat d word be utIhired as the lion Is leaving the harbor m a pilchard expedition tile speaker would stand a fair chance of being iiurled overboard Tbe mere mention r rabbftV JoMtroys nil chances of n citch 2 fhronirlet Not Just WhatShe Meant cOloresfCOplebad church and the dedlcatlj Ksto take place the next day biMf ore you going tomorrow the sqhpof teacher asked one yanng girL Sifail leg raIaptlyt hetssered Is go ing to tbe degradnUon our cbum r lI MinuiG gh t for C alMb Coldf and Croupf Young Man Painfully Cut r Walter Mih1aeJ 21yRirs son of Billy Mills of this city wasdangerously cut in a diffl ulty in Cincinnati Saturday igh The young man re4eivcdt twolye different cuts in the ack and for awhile it was thought the wounds would prove fatal How ever it is noW believed he will recover His mother left Sun day morning for Cincinnati to beat his bedside Young Mills has b en living iin Cincinnati i for only two- mOIithsand has been employed jn a billard and pool room The name of the man who cut him was not learnedL banbn En3 terpriae I I INotice clhavinglaimsimgaiust Sutton deceased are notified and required to present the sane properly proven as required by av to the undersigned Administrator of said Sutton at his resi euce near Mackville Wasting ton County Kentucky onj or before the first dayof August roil H FL Cooksey Administrator of Toho uttop Deceased Hopliinsville Ky July30- Alter ra week Of dry and cold pastItwo analmoistpre irready the crop is looking AII eelrs1lalerplanting is possible now Itspretty generally agreed among Ittobacco eople tuat the crop is not more tban threefourths of that planted last year Charlotte N C July 30 With the big ponds which have furnished Charlottes water sup ply for many years only depres sions pf sunbaked mud and the stop cocks to the small supply in the reservoir shut down tight ince early Friday morning this city is undergoing a period ofr distress that isSis unique asit is erious The plan to haul water in tank cars from the Catawba River tcvehemI1es hway was well under way Satnrday and thousands of gallons were dump ed into the settliog basins but this movement received a setback to day when one of the big pumps at Mount Holly broke down delaying the programme of the autnoriiies to resume reg ular water service by Tuesday No rain of consequence has fallen in this section in many weeks With the famine of wa ter the sewerage system has been abandoned bringing about a menace to health tthat has neqes sitatedrslringent sanitary regu llations Special sanitary guards are being sworn in every day to patrol the ritv alcng with squads of extra hremenio mini n ize the danger frotnfire for the city now is absolutely at the mercy At the flames Hundreds are leaving Charlotte flocking 10 the seashore and mountain re sorts to escape tbet present perils f 1HA1ERSEA1I Very Annoying Indeed It WttS Before They Were NumberedIPeople who nowadays boob their seats beforehand tor me pliy cannot conceIve of the diwcmifort of otber days an hiHtance of which given by John Iyvle In Comtdy Queens of the Georgian Ira One of Charles Mnufiewa newspa per cuttings he says contains a lett tom trrom u disgusted playgoer dated January 1770 protesting against this custom of permitting a footman to sit for an act or two of u play next a to woman of tbe Hrst quality by way of soeuring a place for bis absent mxiiI tcr 11saidThe Indecency of the practice l1i choice of the dirtiest servant of tthe family for this duty for the mew orI parade and figure are to prance be fore the ladys chair with lightedf flambeau or bang like a rope of oiIIons behind bcf coaclu As a remedy for this na1SftJce tho- Writer ojt this letter mada tbe7 retolQ CStionahebxcSshouJd bd numbered a plan which dots not scrim to bavp occur red to any one previously and hlch was not adopted till long afterward rLondon Gentlewoman 1S rOWEIi QF JAN AUDIENCE Influence It Exerh Qvsr anr Actor or a SpakcrSNo orator tfvl gn8 ever great powetIno an audience pllbJeof being fired by fIna fascination an indefinable inagiaef Ism that atimulat s nil the mental fac- ultieS and acts as a tonic anti vjtnllzer An orator can sat before an iudIoncc saldIas we cab offenj S yto a friend In aninyited conversation things which we could not possibly Bay when alone when two chemicals are ubttcd a u 3lJVcombination which did not eilst lu purgfnhriugtifuretRhIS audience which 1be calls nirtin a mighty power which jld hbl tsjcl In his own personality before b wnVT forpts thntfflrst snrprlslig ted jiit IfullfIIIL1 irur iHit that there Is aninde iliiidle which conies fron tteIIlcPlrntfbn audIOqlble ttpplnoiii rsal ThrfcL lthln in grit sea of expcctiui jjii wlLIl awakens the nmliltjtfn am uirs In reserys of ywerj whlfil a n itfWi lip fplj except lujfowan af- 1nl TIlt power was there justttb before but It was not ur usMqgazlnje JI A SOLEMN J MOMENT When the GVcat Mail Steamer Wa Stopped In MidoceanSThe great steimship wavprfd th scrtw revolved morv lowly and grad qally ceased to jturn Therg 1Is spim thlMs Uncannily disquieting nijutn munmovingocean and for ji few mOmentp tthen were ten rs 1I p rflmorsamong the seeIond and tblrd cabin passengers Tb steerage being hearer to tbe heart o things itnderstotd what was gqlnljor The deck steVcajds went qutex pluming and ajs they explained th passengers moved to points of antage Then ill was jfery quiet ulet ever for the sea k A man whom the tint cabin passen gere knew to MIn famous bishop step ped down from jitBong them A heojvy clumsy grewsome bundle was brought up Over It tbeiblsbop with baredanc reverent head Intoned the serjrlce tot those who areS buried lit sea As tb bishop spoke the words of committal We therefore Commit his body totfii deep to be turned Into corruption look Ing for the resurrection of the body whim the seit su1il give tip it dead a door In the bulwarks was lifted to the bundle na4 let dowi again tb ship began to rnove RlugRlsiHyat first tben smoothly als was itswont and th passengers went back td their games their books rtndltbHr lovemnixin- gTie greatest event In the dead stokers j career was over He had stqppeC hIs majestys uililL Exchange 1 The fiskirros and the BibiefFrank Cross a rnIRIIon the Eskimos lias found cousfderabli dimculty In imlng tthe llln tratlon of the Ullllt In rtj regions He give two amusing aruxdoie to tent ont blf statements how his Ks lmo In terpreter Itt a wen Known textiInto the Every log that brlngctb not ui good applV is cut ul and used for firewood tapplk beinj the Eskimo for dried apples and tbt Dearest thing to fruit that they krfow Again of law justice and governmen they have nof the remotest notion Mr Cross neojrest heigbbor bad buntdreds of dolUirs worth of fufo depot 4fprt In n rnollp VI itilnfr to prextc on Where Tpleves Break Torotjgt and Steal the interpreter gave ulhIs attempt at trajjalatlpn for he such a thins wns rmposslbje amonj themT Ps London Weekly Clsqualified One west sfle wbYnnn who though herself an ftn4ent suffragist xvaxBUT prised to lean that other meinberfl of- ttbe Rlfitcrbood did nptfelmre her Oplo Ion Why do ynu doubt my devotion to the cause sue asked What have I done to make Y99Hllncmelesseaf nest than the rest of you women Their answer wattft letter which she bad written to headquarters the day before Yjju vvrotel on yottrr husbands 8ta Uonlry tbey4said SpAuarnglst wlio Is worth her salt will write upers6nal letter under hiljusbandsletlerheads thllndplphlfedgcr i The catastrophe PSDidVnvn at the Browns last nightj No Whatf bifpiieiiirtr V Why Mrs Browngave the baby a bottle to play wltfttttid Avhlieshe was the llt1 11II fell out ofJthe lsilhrulxe b Its nt What the bnbltlviNof the ttluILxrveh lGuy the Jouugest ont of Farmei- TlmmlnR batL spent two years In coi tlese during which time be bad rtccn morjj Indebtedness than education ltls father paid his bills and left hIm to sblft for himself The boy had good sltikln him however and managed by jtilrnlng oct a BOW leaf practicing strict economy and dotog- I odd johs bf iwork as opporruhltles ItU1tlont u box inilay4 rips pcttl 3g alobg all rightHow1 I bear hes w orldiilf1i1s YaI througb1 tSVYsngr1 l1r but aithta Gleam cIf prIde auxreered Fnrme Tjmrniw- y llIe found he couldnt wriz me rmdvsYouths CompaniOq Wnatevcr demands the fl cfiift age tied endurance lft4l ot cenrSt must unveil most pefitljvltif VWMt streugthGe0 W V MI IIft A t IL1 tk Pii I SLIJ3SGJAip7 ION f j SIA l 1i lFAt f t tcft WASHINGTON oS organzatlonS i1ortedS li = l J eakAdg dc 7T TA Mkss h iwtsplernas n f freaks ija W9COl100Lqu adhows mispliclng or ro mission of word or comma doM torasOnteneWantedArnished oombalightWantedyodentlomaa qgg doorlt WantedAroom r IfYounghiiwjthm Orga8 j WkntedAm man carefhorsefladoeis jWLadiestosew1butt iuJ to tbosieond stOf1 xndoeJaIit4dogJJ V ith pointed ears u V t Want 4A nice qDgmanto runppoi room oat 9tilWanted A boy wbCTcab0 3nysters with xeterenoeaL1 Wanted Expoiiencdt f flUIeorfWante Au andoyto a injdend5Cbn Waned lOottif tri LtongWadtedBy t girlerYdikwii1Ing 9 take care otchjjdren saiiorI WUIItCJA J furnIshed room by 1Wi 1 ladfwithl For aleAJfa oilentIeWauwithout outbuIIdhgsForc mUr ai1dfcabeisFora o by youngady with mbo 1 isfbingFor Sale Anice w dpgillofcbUdrenFor Sale4A ilgerlemanwtth4bwjnbWL For SalA phiitby5anold lady Vnffied with hIr tt 1 r APoztaIB HreiT s ThaEnterpriserdtnf papcr Waahingtou ibrre WednesIar lneornatlorthllPoatmastheGenerSay diniignated LeqaQOQa J S poslatavingsory tive August 25 Since the ei ictment of thenewlaw by dOn g ress postal savings bhrs t rapidly being est4biial ovcrheforms iad other jarpherjiijneces sary toopea thebanfcr t11 e l hcehedini J oj teitttenamed August 25 Interest is paid ondepositsatlthe of 2perC mnyprovisionsono depdsitmoretlisnIo0 nyonemosjthttanp tre given in exchangefur de posits thus doing away with ifes individual bank bookWused by j flstitutiopsLibnoaJt1terhIsIi t Crazy MuCrtsiro hk 4 A Cfazyman gl tnjt hiJ nor e asi Frank fieamUfrHWned sev o fliral lladies in the vldlfitty MujtCt cllian Tuesday afternoon arid night and was brougnt here by ObarlesParepoint and was tHfit ed over to Jailer Williams An eTFvecapj d from Lakeland Asylum OIl July 5 bHe was takes there bys guard ysstfrday jnorninf Btatnls was found prowling rQuud FCPpojatx firm- lizabeh9Wa N9R j Qieriil3fci al ltherpii o tiat or Matacabo ian bseen at office 1IrM kwqJiInghoti e north I Az V T7 r r r p rill NrwsiAbtJS- PIflGNtLD KV nIJ pu JPYT UasDAY J J JOSEPPI POW t Editnd Publishers t g8fAY JUIV t911 1 fv Litsey MIMI Qladys Wa1kris th- egestofMia Grace Shphan JMIta Addle Cox is Attending 1DIiDsfcftutelnJ Springfield MIssf Ethel Roger spentTaes djiy with MissRosa Kellyc daughtexJUlIa hMc4111terJMr VadMrt H M Noe and Mrs Earl Brackney of Camp bellsyille Mr Louis VanArsdale aid wife of Harrodsburg andd I Mr Sanford VanArsdale of In diana were palled here by the death of Mr 8 C VanArsdale Mr fiateMartiti ba5 returned to LOuisville afCer spending eyerail w 6ks With Mr and Mrs JL Martin Milss JJmma R Polin spent a few flays with Miss Grace She han f 7InMisses Nellie Simms and Sara ONan visited Mrs Jobn Kelly the latter part oftbe week- Miss Eleanor Reed spent Sun day with Miss Sara Reed Mr and Mrs Hudsoii are visi ting at the home of Mrs Alice Thompson Miss Flora Slessinger of Som ers tJhas returned home aftfspending twoS weeks with Miss r r Della Ray Gregory Miss Annte Laura Gregory was the gqest of Miss Katie J Humphrey last week Valley HilL 1 he readers of the L adexf J willl think Vally Hill an interestSing or at least an important tOwnto have so many corres pondants but a reprimand of negligence by our writer of lasiSweeks letter is mildly taken WGLthinkVe justly deserve it However we appreciate the interest taken in our county paperapd know that our Editors do also Wo think that about all syU JJ can think to wiite about Iron j dryji stale news as that is the sub stance of the conversation OL all sidds and then we have always bees taught that its ill weather i The erection of the new school l building at this plO has been 1 bgun Mr Wig Dayisou hs ine contract Sunday school iis still being held on the grounds in theopen Miss Hettie Kelley spent Mon day with Miss Imojeiin Goatley r Messrs Frank ONeal and Pat j McAllister of Lebanon were guests of Mr J R ONjeal and family Sunday and Monday r ft tMr Thos Vergin and wife off f 1 Maud pent the former part ofl the wetjkWith Mr and Mrs Ru iiGoodlett r Mr Jas Moran Jr and wife were here Sunday A Mrs T C Tatum is recover JiuK from an attack of tonsilitis Mrat Mary Shehan of Spring field spent ihe past week with 4 herbon Mr Dudley Shehau Mrs Mary Shehan and Miss yrace Shehan spent Friday of the past week with Mrs Ida Reed of Booker MrsVHunter Goatley andMtss Sue Williams attended tfee child i F rens exercises at Mr Zion Sun day evening Mr 0 0 Goatley ajnd wife attended church in tlownSud1 rday siMr EJdie Mpran snent Sun day at Mopresviller + Mr Harry Derringer jar d rwife r Mobresvllle were guests of Mr Waller Derringer and wife Sunday Mesdames Mary and Ltila She Lan were guests of Mrs Edd l Goalley on Thursday of the pastt week t SMiss Ruby Oaeal and Mr Pat i Mcillwt 4of Lebanon were at LiteydaySiGllbertDonahue has aba u- ieometqd thiesh1ugin this sec liIi4St1i rfrorobere will attendi il fIitffc at the FairGrounds rf- t 7 tASTQRIP r 1IIt W CioUIr y N S5 ff i I Tatham Springs As there has not been any ews from this plate for 0mPI jimei I will try to jot down a jew lines 7r- MrJS It Royalty and wife vsited his lather Mr homas RoyanySuiJdny Mr Ezra Burkheadof the Brash Grove neighborhood has been visiting relatives at this pjace last week- Mr Dill Keeling of Spnng 1 fieldrhurdaynight Mr Silas Barkhead and wife went to see his sick nephew Friday night in the Brush Grove ornthunjtyS Mr Obmar Burkhead visited1 atterlysunIdayJ RevCoal of Coxs Creek de iivere a nice sermon at the 1dayWhile working in a pond own edbMrJ S Royalty1Mr Ass Royalty accidentally struck Mr Harvey Thompson with a grubbing t did not hurt bimvery bhOTT Jr John Hungate is visiting relatives at East Leas this week Miss Maudie Royalty is visitdg hersisfcer Mrs Claudie Van divier of Harrodsburg Mr Ms yin Colvin visiteJ Mr Clarence Mr Asa Kays BundayI brolher Hobart were the guests of MrJoe Burkhead Friday nighti Mr Willie Colter has a horse which is in a very bad condition rom being foundered The farmers of this section of the county are preparing for the d ry spell which is now in prog ress Rastas Perkins of Hills borough was in this community Sunday and fell tom his buggy which cut a large gash in his forehead and his buggy was al o l badly i injureSREPORT OF THE CONDITION OPTH- EPRINgFIELDS STATE pAM Doing Business at town of Springfield County of Washington state of Kfen tucky at the close of business on the l8th day of Loans and Discounts g 7204537 8 and otherBonds Stocks and ecurities none Due from Banks 6b8494 Actual Cash on hand 329087 Checks cashitems and Sex change for clearing 204 25 Overdrafts securednone Overdrafta Unsecured 181498 181498 Current expenses and taxes paid 158820 R ealEstate1178707S Furniture Fixtures 300546 1479253 Other Assets not included under any of the above heads none Total 100321 14 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 5000000 Surplus none Undivided profits 281505 281565 Deposits on which interest is paid 811978 Deposits on which interest js pot paid 393857i 4750549 Cashiers checkspuifl uinding Snon e Certified dhecks none Due toJJanks none Notes and Bills rediscounteilnon Bills payable none Otherliabilitiesnotincludedunder heads none Total 10032114 STATE CODTT II R E Foster Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ahd belief R E FOSTER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by R E Foster this 25th day of Ju1y4911SMy Commission expires Jany 10 1912 A C McEjroy Notary Public Cdrrect Attest J H McCLURE J W TUCKER J SYANKEY Directors and yet sleepless Hiram crantoh of Clay City Ill coughed andcoughed He was In the mountains on the ad vice of five doctors who salj he had consumption fUt found no help in the climate and started home Hearing Iof Dr Kings New Discovery he be to it I ylifeman out of ms so that I can now do good work again For all lung diseases coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup whoopJLn If cough hay fever licmJia4 ati Iandyfdce fig free qq nirantoed by U yon Rob artson 1 5S iIf youwautnice light bicqjt y t While JRosc Flour Atyq Want oica1ifwhitgt lC JOhnsohIFIoNrMIg by WIIUsburgRo11er Alills BULLIED THE RUB A London Duelist Who Forced His- Way Into Brooks VETOED HIS OWN REJECTION After Having Been Satiated for and Unanimously Blackballed He MaIds j Every Member Deny His Vote and- Then Declared Himself Electied It a witty bishop who pnce deI ned n club as n place wherq women cease from troubling jtnd tlife weary arc at rest Another nmuslnk dellnl tion was that given by George Mi gustus Solo A club is 01 silltltcweapon used bysaoges the white woman at a distance town uiiys however ua iuiiiu ivin r marks in his book London Clijlwi things are different Wttblnjtbe Itstt 1wlnttlc years pr so the fplrft itI London clrib life has entirely iilinnxedj The old fashioned clubman whose whole life was bound up willi oucor other of these Institutions lis nov practically extinct Perhaps the most striking story which Mr Novlll tell regarding Brooks club is that concerning the famous duelist George itobt it Fitz gerald who was executed foi murder Jn 17SC No first class London club would admit him His name does not appear In the club list tbongbj he must In a sort of way be regarded as having belonged to the club He wjas howiever In It only once though lIt was hfe boast that lie had been unanimously chosen n member owIng to Plfzgeralds well known 1uelIngLondon club would admit him Neverl theless he got Admiral Keith Stewart t1IgernldAccordingly the duelist tnt with the admiral on the day of tllftlectlou to the cluhlionrfc and waitcjd donnl stairs while the ballot was In progress The result a foregone coindnsJSn was unfavorable to the cnndiilate even one white ball being among notI black Jlle ndinlrnl having been the first to deposit his eventually went to tell lJlJBrollks was waiting in the hail t was one black ball and that therefore his candidature had failed Thrusting aside Brooks who protested thatt nonmembers njigllt not en tel the clubrooms Fitzgerald Hew up stairs and filtered ihe room Walk ing up to the fireplace he thus nO 1So1 In forms me that I have beep elected three times You have been balloted fur Fitzgerald but am sorry tp say havo not betp cliosetisait1 lrjjt Well thrm replied the duelist you blackball mt SMyhow could yousuppose suchjn tl111111 Oh I supposed no such flung my dear fellow only want to know who it was that dropped the blnfk Lull in hiyneclIienlas it were Fitzgerald now went up t6 each In 3IvIduit member and put the same inestlqnto nil In turn Did ioublack ball me Irt until be made Iho rnuud of the who club and In each caseliv rioelvid reply shnllur to jit of the IllluInvestiga tions he thus addressed the whole Imdy You tee g as tioiii1 of ywi luive lltltmlttilltl niSI oertrd it who iix made the mlfUiUe After tthis nothing more wfissaid by iheniemliors who dftermihed to Is mire tfie preiuMiit of thiir dnngiTouft xlHiiofwlm druuk Tbrctv hullS of hiiipagi5e In enforced silfure for no one w fuld answer him wlieij he spoke Ylien he had goit ittiiiis libretti that balf a dozen nut iOiStai sbouM Ue in waiting the nwxt evriifu to be1 him off to the waioh he attempted agaln to hi hOUNtlfI Mr Fitzgerald aware Proh bl reception he might get ver did Apropos of blackballing Mr Nevlll mentions the greatest Instance of blackballing probably ever known which tool place some yen a ago at n ladles club where one candidate re thjlIumblrof excessive zeal Indeed The practical joker is nnjturnlly not unknown In till most solenjn of rubs and some irrepressible jokers luive paid for their love of fun by uayiuz to resign Ihelr luembendii One of them whose wnimdes wrt noiorlou In London twenty yeiirs lilting half asleep in a cectalnf bohetuinn club became nnnoyedv at intry rwl headed waiter who kept biixlng tiUmt his chair Tilt slgbt of tin flery locks rvas eventually too mueii ftlt jwHd spirit nnd dining ip awl hljj lug the mini he lit dii linttle hlark Inh oyer his hend1 before Ioiild 1111po The nHtilt of ronrsft was expulsion trflm the i luli lienldox whlcb very substantial eimpeu itlon was rightly paid to tIitterS- auce 1rHe Just told VI wu4Ito chicken when married ttiSVeil replied her unsympathetic husband thats true enough You werent a chfcken were you Xo was a goose jPblladelphln Press A Poor Recommendbtion He menus well she saId Say no more he replied know now cxfictly what sort oftool he Is i Detroit Free Press H Sf315 f5irOLY2eU1DiSiolt flverySkPUieriEusei1intheiip1io1steiitig M SSSSS I OIRCBEATSTOREISFULLOFVALUESLIKETH1SiN Ili II T II IEUOrdor of fl 4 ra figer S3 98 1 CARPET RUGS STOVES Lawi1iSllnas only j= 5TiS + 4Ve ind operate the largest store in LouIsville ami control the entire I the1arestbtim t C OU10 N CREDIT IS GOOD3325Wkt4 utr STBEflsIHcRoumco with us no tter you live ami w givejpu just the same tennsotcnsh K1It or credit tli 4ve give to our thousands uP regular custotners Here at home r dip t f fllie To how you Tiow fair we are Bud hovif mucU thcUadcbf goodil clPU tGWJU LD people who i d not live in I NEW SIE lE v AlEJ PAY THE FREIGHTSS 1YJ iiSto your IIon1 fetation thus putting on exactly same with eusS uIaraeto J ers wbo pme right into Our stores WRITE US TODAY and tell us just f t IIto t you wdild like t ljhy in Fitruitiiae Baby Carriagts or Gocarts Rcfrig J I Stov 4 carpets Rugs Lipoleums or Mattings and we will reply byre mail gi jug youfull the wouderfuiJ1oe prices vc can hiakcx c 1ainepl J4ANTE1St i be tik ijack ami the MONKY RFFT JED LOUISVILLE KY pSQ Cut outbid inlie COUPON in this ad and mail IT TO TSTODAY 1 rttOj vSrSSSwSSSSSSSb SSS5SSSSSS 2 I IiITHE FOUR H DIMENSION To CatciaG irrj Just Get De Jlr un jTrsmsns The mujorii y JJus are Hlso linitos Wt lnli qi iljthe rvuflly o ns SC JIpillhk avkiiutvl edges tli f rtl 1dlniii ioii and ulili It tilt ciinsiai j1 jttVlIfore our iyes of hili id jifrnis iiidlnarllv un TitI nl 1lli of iiiIriiini- flnna ft1r t ill pllIt lts- lniliis hi vlvv n ln tl vi s littt Ii- 1jSir r ily v and are III it i vii thritiji rl XItitl4Ii cf Hj IhKal gindw vinosy tu tiiiry or Jin iff 1un siS4 ytlsIon Alyoltol s t ii5itert us is nfloivus si jl 1trill tie hidoo of RlviptS VI til4 hiidiiib- its itirn fo iit For Huv siv tberp ur rI ut th arc here ili it us Inlho fo in Jdtlb4on Prvl lv to ar ott er S1It4 as craHis J4A5i1119 rr tetII Only oiti nurlly ve do un hem Tlere nre though Jhtist ihill 3ii nnd do tid wilhouj Itfinc dItiinkards eitlnr- Thinkirs s ubor as levous nnd UabduKV gi II further They win1 If you Ibi tlum t ll you that wlntovor occurs in the ijrivncy ru room re mains hotf prcfipftpd in It lucre extension offlLi unublps oculists ti l1ullwhgraphed tlcst tub ether above us is UioprvH ll pit tuyo gallery of tilt olhlI t ln Indli t yar the chlif tIe sophy this gallery is constantly being Hidiel The results tettsiua- llv bizarre an isouiotiiniti trivlnl It haR been found hat Herbert Sjivurer was Artatotl jjadsionc Cicon IVu nysoii Ovid C Ifcar Kaitus In INmiui Opened His Eyes tothe Future Dicltie r n tlvfully sorry you us loliaiett iloi like 110111 inaiii8ii lmpylJIhli r4VIli you slop wll1 ore marr ed IWI fimt tha i k ins a lot diariwV nl Dick ftowouldnt hro for myself iii1 s rered the gil t hut you ktiftw It raaUcsluainirn tthathly sUU Well a1then lib promised rherfuliT- lyilleli viuii nr elu ni mvir- smoke when yo runmnia is with u bithirer arms arqund him DazIzigI iiii inurinur d lhif si jJnod of you 1 11us afraid youth in ublltuCllri JheIjfon Cross lan oid r of kiii lI hood was c i ilJHhwl lIy Fndell k William III of drnnsin In IHia TIll ofdcr 111 founded in order to honor tintrl bravery In the wir n nluit io tin It was rovlvwl hy Hftiperor Vlliia j I luring the FrnnoS Iilissinn w tj id nwardpd by lotll to lila son fur hit greatt viory ul Vla Lseniboorj o iI IJ iso tater on Jho prdt r t4 estowpd most poner ougly sorll JOt 0 persons being deco fd Itwe n isfo aiid lST2 J Advicej the two cclltnn ts inyrossed lne purrO ovpr ihe uwrl tl repurtti offnnt8pappr and tiii 0 IU iBnreih with u pctn IIN illaiu to sat expectant nUt saljt mat hemBtirian at limt yon Jisit Ilt make 131 n night 3SM8g017IU ruu ITIlcrol1young mm iji things running too smoothly liJiipt to got bored and nandcr nwiyl LKittisssClty Journal1 WH Mattingly ij B Wartien I Tailor Sttop We dpsfte to achcunce lotbe police that I we haVejOFetcd a iirfitclass niiI In the CM P BELL lsUILDIN G nd are prepare I to take oider for nv j1 cloth rqg do repairing dry qpurin of all kinds and presiding Give ua a jial il r l Mattipsly then s rg f 8GB V IiifDr I 5I1I lIr a l I I t t r FAIR GROUND I 519i1 v 1For1 1clliD ms8iIIIMII1 JltJ BALLET OARERS tLong Trafning an4j I Ceaseless Grind of Hard Work Arc tfccirs honI9Iuud Misnn are un tier government uiiVrol rniiiK wltfi the thwiuW and wLtlc schOnU t dc Ill rlluent of ihi 4ninl try of tlu court Pupil h male and femae tire ulored at the tiny 5nt tvn ypars BeMom tldr After tile npees wiry nqniiuition Mil btvn obtained by no meti its no 115i matter iiowa1 daysn stringent hit nfl Ibu rlIing health stronjrtli tlmt of fwrtfT and iiatoral gracefuiupti bnx to lit Pfjssed Uef tbtchijd la tiaa tPlll1I From the tiint it hcfouK oil Inmatp the wbut of Its li ntlon s ptilar Aiul nrttotlr H token in huidj and sonic years of traluir are iary before ft U considered rile IIIti4l rear Iii puwic The flanwrs life lieu ceasplosV rlIlII of 1tI1t1l1enlesxons In addition to jibe dally jthearwilR for next pcrformnnce tNtt ci Ive 11Tlx h lrV dancing a day pit her till ride tLin M billertmis 4u demand It rtturltv ftliiruniu nnd aiXixtic qt huttos vtiu t1illIiI as iiiHIIt as FLu hours ih tlc iweit- Testeid rtIs1it 1IrlhlIf tb dIglrh- ii ovwjr ijrtntl of I5l5an mtlijirt the dItases reInry ttII1 hlt Ittnk tiyhtn w rill rt1I1 mr ualQQ and nboieIilS innjr It4 Ittrt DprnrJli Uit SLi nt tbt 1545LS4U the rlitra IJLr4I1I I11IJ iultlly for lh1tt tIIJ1i tIei1Lz tILe the rthz4re ali441L4r 1TISJoubiLJlL Circumstances Alter Cases When Israel JCaitgwIU seas an ob scure youth learning In a JeWish school Iii London he sent short pot 5toStUD Unck iwWrly post lie IWOl lit and nflur tn lila at lilived nme as IfI writer sini tiltlilli rllin iho Utillt 1IIII14S riiin tmiifP n il tttIfttt4ii tIlt ethIc3r tlltIrrUhi nte ltie peeze tvn tke lsiHe word for evtrii niffitcnt WIt yttiI ysiiXtdd jiie this plan aaui t tdly wirii IrIt iua Now th hltt48hh at rfufc tlwu sitEIxiti 1j eitrcainilsr ti ktJj asyy 5lnWfltI lbs tn tti1t trr Ia Only tMays iine tr livIng Teie4e1e eke itibb5lrreptio 5Jdbaetctiiy table tsagI Qin 7r four Justtbirikorl your Ons IF LJ bUR where rLuis right yoU tioflt Vlarcli diitpl LlShopS t 1 1 f o I I AT 1 t at ihe- ct1U1tiUpuair ui wrirkJrJjfJt1Jur S oruCIksigiIt- ecerd w 2IId f w U 1 i S f i 124911I THEN TAKE HEED Ic 1 And tyre halve promised you the Jest youve thisi at to be given Saturday Ih August 1911 pit i BEECH ISLANQ fiiOQ i ljdw i j 1aniMacton1 Refrshm1ntsrr dtqer arid tick brni pOettthIawadI j A Great d Pig Race at 24O pJrl ww n1J poin l n t forg the ontd Anl pleeie don t i JttJ MEo1 JSLANDCLUB r Ed Oibor htattesu wit i bet1 OOrn Ibt Nilly1- laurtoe iati OUn bUrt r Chius oni M r ddJt t 1 lr A 11epitAtLrf Han an Maui I iri Hv voii nim jtlili of jJtv u s ir11 mirwV I vhlif Uai LIL Ilt rsiitt- S Li1I3Ui delI l tt81iitIo11 nol It briidljjt tqIWII ltJ Twutfb and cbu Tn lIusltwcntytilllP vlll soon be scDiaed Wwf wWelln east i wind ftHJ turns bhetdtn esrut 1185 tfcfcjijrf cut gd headeu ttwelvWsthtrlinTt- ourut a dftjf the outst titie1t tn Jrkjtlt31t mest- ivdmn If lI1r ivr 545 tlw XTnpi of a ituiIml uirrHf you photuf setrvp that tll ieti bOK- eU1tm18lahn11tir ck r ntl ICIGSr1 Lgestt rIy Tri Tile brjjgeJ rmit true in tlw 7vorJj Ll LI11O41 ttl tJd1t trethe gv8awldyut pcei ilWIteth IwttI It King 1seIsl jtI IIMIItU tu 1dji1- tor t iatiit t4cir to Atlsi iiM it could xtft TIWruid t itiintsgtvetifn- SsimtMt Oiiit t i with jnuV ticuter l1anh ittt 4itiMtiKi Vor phti tuitts- Uf irn att4stVt4hUse tliStttse f tlH ckrtistire- efrtitj4i1uI tube one through a nraze of uoblHty i lie Lt tltiaut of solid sk1jyt library roomJptjiture aralS3UrCntlft1bahilias it suits ClIrGbCYC1le tsg tabletA pitlu4l 1kiJf e of chase 1dlthe chairs anti voclcer XJ5511gs are oil t mpesred flt nroorTbe rock 1730 the amt dUlIn I6sonnd he m f 4002 all the whit when J tpicegS Or J3 cuhand you pIn coneni SS ETC own i l i weapprecbte Louisville the footing particularsof wilt fill I drunkard nan f WiI r I J ij kS the tlIrh e e l S1Ibtiwi4wtt I 1 t had summer a Grand Outing the second T I i OtTereI Good on gfoonds positively O j jvr itt F F LQ1 i ti J F au tfCW fne tr 8 pair1 indN tn 1tjitklhttl wakes wflJH lbs wbniarr she ircfes un tot otIrd4tiMOf corHduiy jjlftfei i r t L t fr A p1esantv and easy ay- oMake Som- eMOWY l tThousands ql people aredoano this work p fably IIFor Ml particulars of liberalcksli commssslons ieactipW I CaSh prizes tree samples etC adores Desk 90- SCIUI3NERS f MAGA21NE 136 Filth Vye New York City A Special Mlopen to those who wrIt at nc s t 1L = The NsLeader and Louitville Evening Post one ierfor350 I t F I Jr r =L i 7w T 7 ictiT TBOKfOUi i SIotNT DENTIST J TEEJHETRACTt t djRITHOUT PAIN cii 1 IIWVWIr UfJ UIQOkt 9RIrLiiJLD k1Y j Jtahl cork 3tricU Firstclasst bj piJIUDDJ 1ysioian2alld sgoon Qffice hours 8 to 9 amuJJ 1t32pm- I Offices j verHay3bns Drugstor I r r Jj II Lompton M Q 4 Office in Opera House rOttlcePhori No 5 Residence No 38 t Yif Q1RlQSaY TTQRNEff AT LAW t Ofllcootijriijpplos Bank BPfcWFIELO KY VTDr M Vfc HYATT Officfc overCross Drua VtQFV Office hours Hyatt 1030 Am to 12m 4 to 5 pm JOftN Y11MAYES VNEBAL UlHECTOH 4 i 1kO UCENSED EMllAMEEK 1 TELEPHONEV 1 DAY 19 NIGH 74 j SfBIMFIELDIKY l t D RW F TRUSTY I y PRACTICAL EENTlSfOffice over Haytlon ArHar erJ LentaI work litreasoruibleprieosi fll work guaraitedV SPRINGFIELD itV K r Railroad ScheduleV rIfc1owing is tile titae schedule jI fl riov in effect on toe Bardstown i Iiiacid Springfield bjanchNrailroad v Mo 41 Leaved LouUville at jt 430 p m Bartlsipwn Junction 522 p m Bardstown 006 p mr I Arrives ati Springfield 655 p urIi No 42 Leaves Springfieldf T 600 a in Bardstown 645 a m vBardatown Junction 730 a ml i arives at Lciuisville820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisvilje ai 720 a Bardstown Jusctidc 855 a in Bar stown 1005 a Arrives atSpringneLd 1140 p iiiV i VfNo 44 LeaVes Springfield ai 1O pm Bardstown 220 pmi tl Bardstown Junction 410 pm atrives atjiouisville 545 p mI w fruit and Shade Trees H i v ItStrawberry Plants i Asparagus BlackbeniVs Rasp J berries Roses Rliubard etc k t Write for free catalogue We avdnoagensV y KHiIiemejer8 Sou r dLc xiugton K L2Ji ijMaqt JcWiJl make thel lisouatn j 1 place 3 oiiibs fvom Frldciieks1 tt town Kyji uv 58 Tu ijas Living Colt Lt il BgMacUlabj boae JIA Sympsons11ae Hpanisb Jact 1 and out QlJeuDetsiredbj Rapierl be WoodVvJOliC VJ VV jLiijn reiained on uil Cfis tf kiVtiVre pajrnint of servica fee v S JWWILLE i v Very Serious It Is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason vb urge you in buying to r Vbtcaref2ttb get the genuine VTHEDFORDSV DRAUGIIrI1VMyer Medicine The reputation of this old rella ble medicine for constipation indigestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate ether medicines It is letter than others or it would not be the faTorite liver powder with a larger IMile than sU others combined SOLD IN TOWN F2 oiAV vOO 6 u 1j Jti3 TO WIN Local The Happenings Freshest and df Latest Interest iJI 1 Ii Iiitj11 qq4IV jbfSALEGooaJrp Iy n oiSjJorthorn QAnv 5V IiF VDOfleltvIl 1PO1V SAtBwaqa bushai f sced VroJ R M on tgomery FOR SALEUggyV Square n blhisofce PORSLE2 yearling South down BucksV VVj C L Grundy EOR SALE Oft EXCHANGE 1 Ffolafid China Boar riki ereai R L FOR EENTFarm at Freder icktpwn 141 acres Apply to ti Pearl Corinor COAL In carload 1its Extra quality Cbeap Write or phone VR L BoW rick VS4ingfie1d Ky 31st annual picnic at Tunnel Hill Ky AugustSth Oie lialf fare on L and N RVR good re turning August 6th FOR RENTA- cottage on Covington Avenue For partic ulars see R E Foster Springfield State Bank EouNnA gentlemans gold watch Owner may hive same by proving property and paying for lnis advertisement Inquire at this office Lost Either on the streets of Springfield or on the pike be tweeij Springfield and St Cath anne childs gold band bracelet Reward if returned to this office oA picnic will be held at Fred erickstown on Saturday Sep Nallys1bottmTrinity churchfInsurence and R alestate Ageucy Fire Life and Accin dent GJod companIes good i raItk List your properly no sale nocostV J WV Christisan Agent We will press your old sqit and make it look like new Clean ing Pressing and Tailoring All work promptly done and deliver ed ftlatlingly Wathen On County Court day by mis j take some one took a full suit of clothes from Campbell Bros that bought from the Jew Please ireturn same to Campbell Bros Ic was tied up with shoe string John Riley Marriage License wisVjSSUCd this week by County Clerk W P Booker to Mr Nick Newt n and Miss Mary Deva Newton ind Oliver Wilham and Miss Nora Armstrong LOST Between Springfield and Lebanon or In Lebanon a gold bracelet with the initials B M K on the outside ard October 15 1907 on the inside Finder will return to this ofllce and re ceive reward Quite a bunch of colored won en vere arraigned Judge NooV Court ou last Saturday afternoon on a charge of fighting on Main Street Thursday night and lines of5QO wete imposed in several cIses Childrens day exercises at the VVillisburg Cbriotien Clfurch Sunday afternoon were enjoyed by a very large crod the dab o rate program and preparations of children having been secured by the untiring efforts of Mrs Mattie Sutherland and Mrs Leek Summers Miss Annio McElroy enteiv tained Friday evening in honor ofMiss Mabel Williams and her guest Miss Lelia Yancy of Lex ington Miss Aonie is a charm ing hostess and everyone pres jut had a good time Those present were Misses Mabel Wil liams Lelia Yancy Ardeman Thurman Willie Hughes DoUie Oregor Eunice and Sarah O Najr FafutIelirid Louise IcElroy Messi j Robert Mayes Maurie Durfeu Casper Kuhn Jack McGhord Conner Williams Dudley Rob rtjson A R Sbuitzt Robert McEhov Harry Slxplt Lyman- darber and Rod Wharton =HAIg GOODS New hairi braids puffsf rats just intbe llatest things special price this m nih1to make business 2 Mrs Willfem ff rlt ma e ttr Ue Si se picllcJ- 11 Fa irGrourds nrxVtatUrda- Ch tj retdirefdand Niew Tailors Messrs VF Mattingly and Bonnie Wathen havq opened 1- pjdry cleaning pressing andl titJl bO1bdeservlng predict for them great sues rails Down steps MstI E E Buster had the misfortune to fall dpwn tlje flight of steps m front of tIe residence oeVier father Mr1 J Y May cs last Monday She was descendi g the steps with her baby in her arms when snd tripped and fell several feet in Irving to shield the child hh arm was caught under herweigjit and dislocated at the elbow TIe child vas thrown from her arrhs by tba force of thQ fall but wjis unhurt Mrs Busters injuries while painful were fortunatejy not serious Great FairVV The catalogs for the Fairare out and show thais usual gopd premrums will be given this yealr The Secretary Mr W D ClaU brooke has been untiring in hjis efforts to makeMt success Ee- htui secured the bert stock to be bad and in nddjtlon lias made arrangements to have other amusements on the ground The old reliable llyirg dutchman wjili be there as usual and something else which was not been seen at our fnira Ferris wheel and a circling wheel besides numerous other attractions We are look ingforuiird to one of the great est find biggest fairs in the his tory of the associatiDn New TheatreVMrC W Camden haVp4r5 chased the building On the corner of Main street and Willjs burgroad adjoining T D Tapps Stable and is making many iini provprnents with the old build iognevlloor has been laid and the entire interior is undr going remodeling The exterior too will be improved so that the genera apoearance will be grejit ly improved The improvement is being made for the pUt pose of opening a moving picture thbatre 14a short lime The theatre will be conducted by Mr Camden ahd Mr L A Burns It is well e Attd lor such a place Teachers Institute The Washington Couijty Teachers Institute is in session this teek and the attendance livery i arjret aluost every teacher in the County attending allVIIeV sessions The work is beijn conducted in a spirited mann l tne discussicns being spirited and interesiiiig The open session held Tues day evening WAS a splendid spc cess the principal feature of this entertainment was tile Dec ture on The Value of Education by Mrs J P Weaver of Louis ville President fof t Kentuqky School Improvement Leagju She handled the subject well an J touched on th history of educa tion andY the llidncial returns of capital invested in education to tbe community State and nation She Urged thegreat impor tanco of establishingSchool- proyement jlm Leagues throughout the statct Another open session will beheld at the Court House tonight An excellent program has been arranged and ev jry body is iuvitou and urged to attend No ffei ftr admission is charged r A Surprise Party a idVOle Fashioned pqndday A number clrulatI jitt 1or Mr weii him onJharlesVShebnSup ast Sunday aJ li J3a lor Hall tear Maidiud iiJtjj 1jtajned hint i di imr aVat kyjiicii liad een pre IOUVlY PIHe Iby th rix ct1 gtI tjunuiu jt bii joyed 01r14 r i ft 1f11f1evenrfiilluat cxtntl oU J Oeaid lu remark ijh f t see hy a pens ij u iiU o t as much ic cream as h4 frtad Everyone present f fim iw el dest to the tinest tot itemed Jo enjoy the entire day ti neiisely The following we b present Mr and Mrs Jno irgin Mr nd Mrs Tho Virgj i ilr Wil Jie Virgin wife anijittie V Hubert Virgin of Mai id M Ed Goatley wife and clt idren Mr Earnest Goatley wi 4 and little daughters and Mr ant Airs Ru fus Goodletejand chjldrjenV A Guest rNoticeV rSchool Taxes arc row due call and pay eniJtyGr rRuns From Office Y Cousiderable exbit nnent was causqd 011 last Sattf cy afternoon when Everett CJutsinger charged witlij hous Lreaking- wasbroughtVtb town byi Deputy Sheriff Sam Hale g ive thin officer thedocJge and parted to fun lJJjHale jliad bj 9oijght him nringfieldwitt j t arrived at thejCourt louse yard and was proceeding ii he direc lion of theVV all will the boy following be aged jehind and ran up Main street ind across ieiSPlingfield closely pursuid lnwiV3r by a IfIearterurning his pistol and the by stopped and was soon behind the bars Officer Halt has ha1 some x perience before with would be fugitit csand all hitv6 Tohnd them selves wanting whesieompstthg with this fleet footed Aiv McElroyTong Mr Earnest Tong anJIIMiss Olier McElroy wiVe quietly married at th i pilch jjf Hotel in Danville on V5dnesujt of last week The bride is iaresident of Campbellsillo an Fa popu 11 young lady tof thlt city The gropm is a 50rq Mr J A Tongtlis city and is a poptlar young man vhp is em n1hompsonffilatiitarketjV Seay Mrs LearVeayfld at her home at Mau last JJtiturday of a cmnpicatioi of ii fstes I rs Seay was bori and rtred1n the copntyand was aboutJGOyearsof age Her nir Ulen name was Foster tier hisbandJMr Frank Seay has beei dead about two yearsEle was an old soldier and served vith vejdit during theUivil War1She was a jjcod d ijmtian wo man and loved by arwho knew her Run era seryiiies were con 4uciedat Wi listurji Monday MclIvoTV VMis MaryjMclivtiydied at the home of her qarfghuij Mrs Tom Noel at VViilijourg Ii k Wednesday of infinmties in jdpnt tp old age Her Maiden Vta ieVwat Crook and 1e a lifelong resident of thect un fShe was vile wld wJOf he late Robert Mcltvov fVlW years ago She was 7 fejarfe of ago and a very noble an L qharitable flflflVPunerUl spryicesj were coni ducttJVat re1l ictltl Friday htr Rev Father jtJilj eq vd3urIal was inSt Eominic s cenetery She as survived by tie following children IL4in Charley Oscar J umb Uei and John Mcllvoy and Mrj VVm SuUoq had Mrs TtJmNoH t Oo I IA11 POreD and I Ig Lawn Go dsJg Hammocks jandL Refrigerja ors 1VA1ICOST 1 eaGhIlJ n nillPbllI tL K IIt VanArsdaleITlu county suffered the loss Ut one of its uidtfsjt tesidchts and nJMlt 1hoali i fiercer County l uekloii arch 11 1t337 Wiott ayoutigi- n n las u u iltted in rt igVj 1VVMls Au hVLtVt iu ius uiUurWo clAiurun v jiv I Ourt Airtsrs aVIfUl VauAia- diUe of Jjjaiauujib b TadliUU Mh Leu Van ArsduliJ oL tins eounityV lISLvluamru ib jis SJl1ie ciIwerebQJnfollowmg six qf wnom with Mrs VaAtjate survive Mra J R NOe Miss Harvey VauAri dale and Mr Fred VanArsdtile of this county Mrs H M Noe and Mrs Campbellsyill Columbus Oaio Eirly table he came to ington County and en WashI the Flour Miilftfg business near Mackville Later he bought the large mill at Lltsey and con deathtlrgenerous kind and jjoyidl and his friends were vont to gather around him to enjoy his con ver sation in which his jovial natur manifested itselfWith his neighbors he was universally popular all reaLizing in hiua the vtrue type ol neighbor who stands ever ready to llend a lhelping hand VOneofVthjh most prominent characterUticsof his nature wasI hisS fondness Xoi yoarrg people Tne members of his family were his corn puu ions and he delighted In their cttnpany His home was ever a favorite place for the youuger set to meet and it so continued up paUl his death He as wSll known through out the county and htd frequent ly surved on juries where lie was found as in other places a red sondbe and mercilul man In his deatti bis family have suffered tlib loss of a kipU father and dlo ed huaoaud The com ujunity iiitid county have lost a injt xiellent neighbor and gouUt uiuzun rFuneral service anil burial weru conducted at Pleasant GroveTuesday by Rev R E C Lawson FERSON JiL +Miss Eula Ehvards of E iJlas Texa and Mrs Annie train of Louisville are yisitjug their Sis ter Mrs W E Brown this week Mrs Wr E Brown spent Sunday 7 in Louisville Mrs James Trent of WillistjAirg and her guests Mrs VK W bbrader and Miss Ella Cheatham attended the Sunday School Con vention at Maud Mrs Chas Hungate of ViHis1 burg has just returned home aftEr visiting Mrs R L Foster FranldortjLexlI1gton Misses Margaret Robertson and Lillian McCabe have return ed from avisit to Miss Louise Searcy ofBloomfield Mr and Mrs H MNue and MM Earl Brackney of Camp bells vi lie and Mr Sanford Van Arsdulc of Clayton Iud w recalled here by the death of Mr S C VanArsdale Mr Ivor Roberts was in Lou isville yesterdayV Mr Cas Roberts and Miss liessie ROberts of Loc spar Colorado arc visiting their par ents Mr and Mis t Roberts Mr and Mrs L M VanAcs dale pf Harlod burg word here Tuesday to attend the funeral or Mr C VanArsdale M4ss Margaret Simms of Loui isville is the guest of friends hereV Mr Rody Wharton of Louisville is visiting his parents hare Mrs Ben F Simms has re turned from Louisvile Miss Eunice Noebas returned to her home at Lebanon after a iylsit to relatives here Mr Walter Thompson of Asheville Nt C is visiting rela tives here I t Miss Emma Green of Louis yule is visiting relatives hereV Miss lhutman of Danyilje is the guest Jr the family df1ffA Noe VT Miss Gertrude ShBderJs visit friepds4n Dauyille Mrs Thomas of Shelby vlllc is the guest oC ffiehds here Miss Lelia Yn6yof Lexing ont who was the guest off Miss Mabel Willfams lleftf Tuesday mornjng to vUit iu New Uasttef Miss WilhelniinaHert6in of LoustilIe4lshtgust of rel tives here X iab 1teqdasVliOUse1 1ts l5ruian Sisboi r Mis Jannie vMcEroy Jvfc aTuesday oVisit inIaiivilkjVV X Vt4r- PbhcSe p iI L We will at Mo iresvillp Ivy u f jforj i fuliowinsr prso ul prop rVyVV 18 buggies Pot jterprUul i j and Beaumont As the season iis about over w will soil these buggies regardless of price Also a iyce lot of harness WewillN alsosell some some stock bbgs s and cattle Terras On a creditof months rtOteVWjth good personal securi ty negotiable and pay able in v bank and bearing per cent interest v will be required ICultsi ngoer Yates S M Campbell Auctioneer Enviou WOmen 1 You dan Have jjust as Lovely a Head of Hair as any Woman t hSIiCelesshSI It stops falling hair1 too and makes andfnIfuselYj germs cents you can get a large bottle at Haydon Sl Willetts and druggists everywhere The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle I IA GRANITE BOMB Jack Frost Hurled It Down Into the Yosemite Valley Delicate frost tracings on the win dow pappus seem 1o be the work of fan drill and harmless sportlveuesa ibut Ithe hand that forms them Is capable of greater deeds and of other ktnd Mr J Smtntou Chase in Yosemlte Trails describes au experjence tliat must have been wonderfully impres Isive to the spectator 110 had been spending some weeks In exploring the Yosemlte valley apd tbe great rocks like HI Cupltan tlult wall it In Standing one day of htte autumn nl nnuthe middle of the valley was syffjled by a report like a cannon shot wlilcb filled the whole valley ivltb reIpllltlreI1 rock The night bad been a cold one In the valley and on the seven to eight thou sand foot levels of the upper rim the Itemperature niust have dropped al most to zero Frost working quietly wItb his Archimedean lever had Just succeedI ed in shifting from the shoulder the sentinel a trltte of fifty Ions or of granite For near a thousand the bowlder fell sheer swift und ofIIIlent then striklngthe cllu It like n bomb shattered Into a flying shards and splinters and lodged a smother of fragments 1thut1I of granite powdered Instantaneously IIbyGOWNS AND OMENS Odd Superstitions That Darken the Dressmakers Shop Women who wear fine dresses are an superstitious as the girls who make them said a dressmaker If the lit gtie accidents that happen In the work room were not mercifully concealed from the owners of rich gowns they gthefused to accept n very expensive dress because a girl who assisted with the fitting dropped a pair of scissors which bell point down and stuck la the floorV That meant an order for 1 mourning within six months The cus t mer hoped that by refusing the boo g doo dress she could avert the calamity but the precaution was useless In 9 less than three months her fathcF was dehd fGirls aro especially particular In their work on wedding dressts4for If 3 a tiny drop of blood from a pricked gj finger should fall on the govn the e bride would surely die before the end oif the year Then there Is green thread AVhether the customer Is there to see It or not no dressmaker wit 4 keep green thread near spools of an other color Green thread used for x pasting means the return or a dress for alterations nnd thee Is enough g trouble ot that Lfnil In a dressmnkipe establishment without deliberately bill dhigfqr It Women who are themselves super stlflQUH are never surprised or otTeud ed nla scwirig j1rJ4s untidy coiffure TIip tit Mimbli their hair about on pnrriiplyrlivii worklpp lib a large 11 dor fiiiptlrf it Huered belief tnq- ndrcivr tts5tt n huh InitdVerlentJj workfttV tlip fhitmunt shows tbn HiortvUirk Is IUctIIDrro thf 1 ttlr Nuw York Sum M4rfl3 nee iOitninbinizt thO ben isV5ffDg tbc vacuum cleanorl Perhaps shes only tryIng to lay the dust denrYoakers Stiie6nian i = Spimgfie1d Cleaning 6c and r t Pressing Gtuh IL iJr i T r Hello viere are yop going S Are you OP b 1 to c1 ir ind 5 makeOLDt t NJ s My shoplsc nedI9thi Ole k5 iiv Cj UIU twa are prepared to aoVBETTER WORK THAN EVER ttMy dry clesning ptocessis the b thWork c stitoparts of town It is not too far and itnot too close so you do the talking isiiI will do the walkingV 1 PropsNextr i Crrks1 IN ifCEi i I ttThe following few items we cfesire to call your I j to whereby you can save money iAat r time pt reliable goods See our VVVVV Gall and see our SV lit4DIue f Perfection 1 f Ii Enameled Waif e Oil Stoves AnCW1OL of mAMOND EDGE Water ColorsI SJJ Razors I GCtVOUrpitetfl See our line of i Roofing and 1 0 K Freezers Plumbing Beat o Au all and ee us when in to- wSllllLTZ 1I r S CLEAVER Q 4 I i U fjouhke t 1 l 1Go11- l gaze on the appetizing cakes pies buns brad andconfectionery They look aoland are good r They wilt akeifai i 1 t Hufigfy 1iJ i jp andif you take s ehnf the airily willr plet you Everything from Looeys iioca1atrstrourVV special mince pie is the hast of its kIbdWhO1ORIV well made and perfectly delicious 1 Give 1Is a call v 1 VV LFITZGERALD llERttEI1 rf l GOY BIIJI tt 1 i I14 t r 1 1 Blackjack with white points 15 hands high I years old iy theftheRapisrJaeJc he by Gov Wood out of a BlackiHawk Jennet A He has proven himaejlfca great breeder omendseefor yourrself i3 ii1Govt f service with privilege of returning VVVV j iTHURMAN PETERS SPRINGFIELD KYVVVV Hffi i SMOKE NG OPOR ti tVV Th qntlltr of Dtp On SImmenlely for or Ufclntt yr 4 alth f ere a wbo lhuIatl Je t f SOUTE OuR Ia from pe8MiyCN OUrVSSCmade Full While aaewr lick odor co u ao Hum IatM saassi save money M wN M i4 Out i TrorhiIsafl1 rat tkJaC SW If Ca EIJIU1kI ALlrE J ji t11 911 If e r r rY SJ t Fhs Mascot 4 4of Sweet- Briar Gulch1 t Ir y ilENRY WALLACE j PHILLIPS CvwrlfM HMl by eke BobbsMerriDSi f loupU Slfiipeech carious but tfia gen crpM big men saw behind the words J and felt really touched by the old childs attempt to eXpress himself Tbe two Iin4 soon pushed on t though thejpJUng lopthtlla near the terra iafa the broken couiftry The bkept wath1gvatch1n but saldI little until at last they came to the stupendous cliffs of PnbaSdhpedon overhanging the trail with dark maj atyi Jln5 happened to glance at the bOy and law him looking ui mouth and eyes wide open Say mister gasped Ches who imiltjthemr Built repeated Jim puzzled Then i he understood The hand of God my 1Orhe repIieS tr Tioi urchin h1v re4tlItee1s JlI spfJim spanked the purro and theya t lew out of the PahaSanpedon at 1canterI spruces one s prettiest little places that ever lay out j o4oors As they prepared tie sup perand ate It sharing plate cup and spoon tfie boy was fairly ecstatict uDis isder bnlHest ol time dat ever i I liaaw said he I ill dhOt know doro J1 was places like dls talT cept Cintral park Yer can runaroun here nil yer like cant yer mist r2 NobuddyIT 4 t stop yer Not it you ran a thousand miles Ches This Is the tree land boy You v jcanSo what you lik Jim spoke wlth warmth for although he felts that the child could not understand 44 yet the lore of the country welled in 1 bro Jiot that he could never speak of it cajelesgly v Data pratt d good respond ed Ches jj a It Is replied Jim Now Ches J ipin you do something to oblige meT r JISufePl Well then dpnt swear II dont s0 e to hear boys swear L I wont cuss Tinother cuss if Ikln i kelp It Peril come out tooqiiick for 1 4M ei8oTiaetimes but Ill try to do dat tt11ow Thank uI Now lets get thr iist1iFedtiP and roll in j c CHAPTER IIL f middle of the night Jim r a strange noise a ptiz t1 WNtheI l sound he could not trace wider awake It re knr ton Stilled weeplpg Hello there Ches Whats the mat teil be cried IiJItf e boyllWg himself Into Jim arms with n cry Ar Im scart to dent said he Take holt uf me nflsteri Take holt uf m6 bere aint 1 JIt iltltiburyoti ande here ftnll- u Jim gathered tip the trembling fig ure Nothing will hurt you Ches I he said youre safe here I wasnt fjnkln of gettln hurted t retorted the boy with shaky indigna ptieD Dldyouse tink Id weaken fur nU Yer dont know me den Dat aint Ixxlderln1 me Ive been hurted plenty Im Just scart Dats Wats tli matter jiW 1lnQwyoo cuddle right up In my arms like a little puppy dog and eyouUfeei all righLi Say youre prutty good stuff Mr p f THK WHTBBIUa DEFJANCB OF X BATTLE BHAK- KPeltop t whimpered the little voice Il Disr isi der bulllest time I ever had eveni if I am scart r I think yOuth a bravo boy Ones I 4 Now go to sleep A small hand reached timidly around 1tAUoJl the an s and gave It oh affectionate squeeze Good night 1sir said Ches Jim lay awake thinking dreamily t long after 1e boys regular breathing showed that be was at peace again The naan felt a tenderuess for the waif r 0 abruptly put in his core that only a llonely man can feeL He speculated nb utthe Wy futurff ho wondered whaf kind ota man he would make StitelY with a foundation of such k In rage the better part could bfe trBught out Then he wondered what Anne would ity tothe adoption or rather what advice she would give for h6f f01ten k tlrely sure other broad bnmanlry out r Aside of their one dIre ce He felt theneed of her practical sense Soon vhehtld drifted Into thjnkjng of Anne entu ly not bitterly now but with a Steady longing Th e gray RIght of the t nratiipg moon sifting through tim boughs was the true lumlna for rev ierle Why bad he not answered her I letter Perhaps by thlsUmo t What was that moving In the grass He had noticed a sort of something before He threw pp ils right hand In d threatening gesture to frighten = f ll Ipor IIT fIil MJi l l rtlflFY wiJltift mltC 11h Jr 1ht insistent T i11hgnund Hut will malta n ninrs loon turn co d If inP IHlnjT win tile vBIrrlnK dcfirtnii of a rattleneTIm thought q iiik and bnrd with chills nnd fever iourslnp over hjm ud libitum He dill notIm1nt to wMcrnl tndlfrlrliM irnnn Wl to slip hU arm 0t1t1Ithout dlsturbln the sleeperl wasnt a rt tb around short sticks otne fire A two footlsUdtls not IficpropfT equipment for rrttlerhu Ing except to those bom with nerves so strong that they do not hesitate to catch MrCrbtalus by the taU and snap his head off thought of the rope be bsd used IJlm jinch and made for It with his eye on the snake lestthe latter should approach closer to tthe boy With a deep thankfulness for the Left of the rope he returned and struck wltii all the strength ot his big khnnl pniiniliHl awoy llfJL soreof uu rzzga nitliQUXti tue nidt ono had done tucbusliicssr- He napped the sweat from lite brow Us lie looked down at the still writhing reptile My God What might have imp pened if the boy hadnt waked mo he thoughtt Tie superstition of the miner rose in him rampant tI believe that Jilda going to bring me good luck he said Darned if I dont Welly I could stand some He tOok up the bodyot tho rattler on a stick and heaved it far away then lit his pipe I dont think I care for any more sleep tonight he laughed Like Ches it amt that anything will hurt me out here but Im everlastingly scnredIHe watched the night out reveling in his enjoyment of the mystery of upcoming morning that phase of the day wlijch never ceases to be unreal and which calls out of the watcher sentiments and emotions he Is a strnn gay to for tho rest of the day The sun lung on the sharp point of Old Dog Tooth like a portent before he woke the boy Chcswns all amazement for a second then he gave a glad cry Gee Yer still here aint ydil No pipe In dls1 ire looked nil around D Say dls Is ni reglar tecayter uf er place nlrit It T he remarked DIs is der scene whera der vlllun al raost SIts dor n1Yld der sword if dor stage mnui1aher didnt send sum un ter help Jim out Jim laughed nt the sophisticated In fant You dont believe In the then tee much then ChesT Aggli replied Cities If It aint seven Its Itjveu on der stage hut WsI mostly craps In der street Well sonthere are such points on the dice admitted Jim But lets have something to eat and well feel betterSChes rustled around after sticks In his funny angularly active style sing- Ing a song the while from the glad ness of Ills heart It was a merry song about mother slowly going down the hectic path of phthisis pulmonnlls and sister who has qne Is led to be lieve taken to small bottles small hours and undesirable companions re fusing to come homeand lift the mort age thicb Is shortly to be foreclosed twel1tItire verses Jim listened tq the Inspiriting ditty en ntonIghtne- nBI1ofthe wUdernces blithesome cumberles3 sweet be thy matin oer moorland and lea 1e quoted Tor heavens sake chlldJi le cdntlnued In some irritation where lid you learn that echo of the m mll1T Dont you like VrV asked Chts iu his turn astonished at such a lack of taste WX dats er gig In der city Eycryiuudyau der ginnies wld dor organs Is gina dnt out nil day long Well let em commanded Jlin Dont introduce It to this part of the ountry As you render it through the lose and with the wall at the end it Is i thing to malie a strong man He down md give up the ghost In sheer disgust Che does it really fanlce you feel good o sing Yssirkinder repliodi Chos hesitatingly Lord thought Jim what a life to make a song like that a recreation Then alouo Its bad luck to sing fore breakfast Ches Ill tenth you a livelier song than that when we bit the troll again So It came to pass that during lie nrstmUest their days Journey the way was enlivened by the motes of The Arkansas Traveler Gnrrr Owen Wlieres My LIndaCinda Conealtlmor Girls and other mugs of n lively character Ches apprived of thesq In modern ion Then Jim tried an experiment With a serious face but bnlt un eye n the boy he howjed moaned and tainted The Cowboys Lament vhlch still presents the insoluble prob em of whether the words or thomu lie are drearier OooooOOO Plnany four fifes 1oowly nnndIlx coat your drums slooowly and play the lend mnaroh as you carry me Otodoo mourned Jim Ches was nil attention For Im ooonly a pooor cowboy and know Ive done WrooooonB walled the singer in conclusion Howdyon like tbnt CitesISay dats a ringer cried the boy enthusiastically Jim sat him down by the roadside yourefcouldIHis forced acute Intelligence made a bullseye shot ttndtompersUdder kin er song he said t Jim looked at the pathetic little dp ure on the burro and his conscience smote him Thats right boy he re nliftrt very 1ndZ5I Was only lokinj1 Silence f The iattmct of modesty natural to every woman is often agreat nladnuice to the cure of vromanly diseases Women J s physiciantiK9HieSZheirMI to Jhemr and so they endure in silence a condition j1I r1wl4ch stzrelyprogresses from bad to worse fJt JtilHH betaXrj esc ellJIJFlleilo 1o cute a p 1iPi 1i Mltwiiv7qavp found l cfuj2 I sej tteseyJ his w of PfllB cozzsuIta I a kyleft Jll1 6pandcn7ajaAc a eilinlltJa11 t 3fi1fIeHp1 or4 dE lia 4Prescrp7ontiwsiilrJswtMahohih s rya biIds uP nhd t uiIit I touchot bCaitI6qfcVeiysiyeakwomea i Tv r Ii 4irwf tM1k Weak omcnSzrongIAtif 4 Mick WlIWelJ 1r T i tiIonat cot isecret uostruai ai a ubtftute fort ao lcohblic f medrtmcop coMrosmbv Llt 5ijtght n1t tO th 0 tvecu frtMfls over n Jot yo L sow you sing ahead all you pkntv please Dont say nuttingr more ah4ut It replied ChuIt n nil square A little tnstlr iqtr Jim no iced a piece of quartz outcrop with a octal Groin on it Now n rhp fan more pass such Jlh ti SOKC others could refuse to tI1ttilttc plii shining at theIr fept eItoolt ai stone and hammered off a specimen for future reference In the meantime Chest on the burro got around thQ turn of the trail Suddenly the boy sot up a shout of excitement mister bdrellcd with a string of profanity his promise forgotten In his heat come quick an look at dec cat tome quick quirk quick What a cat You nevcr see sich a cat Jim dasb6d forward Well J should say eat he remarlieil as he took In ron rjroooHLV ruoon powuor ttje situation On a ledge aMout fifty feet above the road eroutlzdi n full grown mountain lion ears Injirk eyes furtively flmnsins every aenue of escape ynpgeriugnt the Intnilers sac agely The smfii boyln Jim Feltrh rose on the Insiwii Pell him Cites Pelt him he Tlod nUll let fly th rock In bis hunt hy way of iilnstrjtlon lIdUnHII seems to hnnIijlttle Idn of u miBsHe The lion heldhis ground aiid let the stone strike him in the sldk Then with n screech like the vttnlj principle of 40000 tomcat fights a screech that left a sediment in the e tilums of the listeners for the balance of the morning he fairly Hew up tile straight side of the cliff followed bji a rain of projectiles dies wo ouRlitnt to have done thatsnltl Jim soberly If that tel low had been of another nlnd hed havf made this the warmest day of lourlIesI Ches They will that son sometimes replied Tim Then he launched Into the tales of wild beast hunits drifted from that fo the romance cjfthe gold- field the riches coming in ii daythe- whole plamor of It eer did narrator hinverore nttpn live listener Thrre was sort of white Joy In tile boys tnleI Oh aint I glad to git in dist ned IJores jus wot I been Jooklh ur Suddenly he struck Jim on the houldor wlth n tlrfhtly clinched fistt made fur yousodor first ting Didnt yet see me I know me man rill right Pcrsocont I put me peeps on yer Isls ter mosolf iDat feller wqnt trow yor down riilinjniy Aint I right hey Aint richf mister Jim patted him on the buck think youre right old man he said Ill do anything can for vjoii Yer dont hatter tell 160 dat know It replied the boy rA suddenj soh gathered in his throat ind choked him Ver dont know wjot boon rrougb mister It ud laldj out many er big stiff ten times inc Izc Id dont youso laugh at me how ben Im only n kldIcl clvrf iie hearts now blood fur yousc shelp m0 would Shake hands pardnei said Jim his own voice n trifle hoarse WeH do fine together I know t0wlll CJ1APTER IVi 1lsoTJ J sprtictw nn Island cjf humanity in the beautiful sea of the yilderuess It seemed to Jim as ifi tIre small house brightened In npiienrjunco at the return of its sbuL Ills tt In turn rose with a home feelln Ills belief in tile trensure vhlti lay where the new channel cut uyross tilt old wash that treasure which would make tIn world so different cnuiv hnck to him like a rcnwort lore hut Uandtt nhrI fur n grip on pkk and faOIPHi strong muscles twitched with enter IIlSS to be at work again Suddenly a ponderous and pijnss sound out of nil projKirtliin to tIll itlw of Its e sfiinslieil moitntiii fittenco into RljrorN it was thelmrros RTWtinj to Lib Minipanioijs iol tjii vchotS flutterod It from qllriI ts cllrt until it faded Into the merest lint t Kwfissinus h1os man litJhm Is lore nwUcd Clns nuliiiItil at rat ion At Hint Instant tin IIItmon cIeoiiietl Uip rut tlrlll one canyon isis run off lirpVK ol lldlns risIng fullinU audsivcltlug In tumult of noisn ajruinat Uvbih tb dreadful shiotitug of jluj kltlls it the full of Troy would have supmod as th1wall of II kitten Siy xliut like dnti said Cites Wh1I IIIJ sof Jim lind tratcboil the rowlnjr ns tonishmcnt of tin buys fnlfe with wip prrascd motion but now lit hnsrjrcil Jilniself and uproariously laughed his ltuIi out Tutu Ches he reilicdl lsn mat andIend of the wnrhl1 pnslIWhat ud yer txpe k pfi a man tint novor heerd dor like liefort t I knew what to xpect tinever herepKl was digging a hole up the side of that hill yonder and had egun tvu feel that there was something behind niu and that It was almost time to go home wlrcu old Jack tvjhp huts the voice of Ills family poured out hls1 sol About twenty rods a ray I asI halfway home dies bcfplu I sand enouglr to go back and IbeSUgnlc1 niltwJitvillRtpn tOInetblnqlHe 1i tbtJ fingers to his lips and Vblstlii4il llU lec311I Si aIat get 4J6Up I cint get em un j I cait get m pTn tjhe morntnpt sounded Jjm And backiicnmo the pretty reveille in n Lqbrlc fmusic 1- nLw1hiiv IntltuOPG l ltrp =iIRteflVfl tifffl h1iiJtWtIi 17 It Yta5 tho lightest of llIIctt m the lli mnce turujng and ltilti upon Itself and startlit afresh when nil seemed still Say dat is phU1ttt rmlal Cites en tbusiustlrauyx IJjther nglnM j ot tan come up here fc 1ike it In the fu ng1nntare forikiw Im for home and j Dat alnitsS bin ineitber Dot ant miles Jumptd u iipah down till I cud hold nioren a than DIs spooks bang out business ont quit will 1t1 No lrj thatY fixture flung on tight now and I lI1rtice you to the cabin One tw hree And nay sprinted Tim do vi thc hill trail the burro lumlerliij al eriXo fall K6 fijlrr4 yelled Ches Yervo g t me siiue doped Trow us n tow Jjm wheeled aC Jtlie doorway and took in ihi xciied hniillithIe figure bumping m th Htrros hUlk For once In his life had sUI fnc- tion nf an liuilspu hfile proof that he had done veil W hu sudden access of nffectlnn he n thit the boy In arms and stOOl I on ground hCIHome Tht stret Arab tilled his puny chest tok i tnt devouring look about him in Bought definition of the word to n iip sound the lift of pride null hope lui trO e within him i er mean nob uly kin chaise us otu of dls- Nobodi Its ourn the boy went nnvitli curious vehoim nq Like dls hire snatching nil ol 11 ulfe front Ills pock et and slinking It Ju his tight flsttertrow away ter slier ter keep and nobuddy tot inutliter say about Jvtst lint ladilyliuck Urat and noth- Ing else j No more slinkln nn suoopln irouu dodsiu dot coppcS no moro stnllin lhYlSnr1I stood KilpfilInK with the new Idea In the searh an old one cameo the top hIit fi ee changed rapidly The furtive liuintc t look returned In tone llie odjl Ulet of which con trnsteil wlUi th firmer heat he spoke again Vet for the now aint yer Jim JfII dor jun should happen ter conic here lyei iwouldnt trow me down at die st1ge ufder pame The big man an ivercd Win with an equal soberness lie thrust n hand before the boys e esn epiuudid Iwnd massive null cord fl ut the base run ning out to long Shapely intelligent flngcnj unrt ever line In it spoke of power Do you see that hand ChesT Yessir If the nun s 16w8 his face where that hand cuh get a grIp on him It will do the business Iififhim in one squeeze and if hand mt reach theres a rifle insldv lint rjiii Now get Hint out of your niml onucf for all Wellsnil th JLowllInw Ill bj dddats all kin say Jim had rushed Into the h mse The miner lean M Imck anti laughed and blew his nosui laughed again and J IT WILL rtii iumiNRss P0I um OSK KtiyEEZZ blew hIs nose galn then he wl Ith dust out 44t ils eyes swore a few himself nd followed the boy witllinj hisIbrIIIHlIIIthat he felt eerMJii hid his bonanza Now lie dotty fine1 to begin nt the creek batik add drift straight rfcrjjss the bar hat meant feet offuti aol at the tbps unless fortune WaS much kinder ith ui site hind hinted at before quitettl undertaking for till man cousldejIt the timbering anti till It unmet hrm Won n muter who wrote that hope mprliigseternahin tie human breast Surely In no plnfo other titan the wines Is the fact so manifest Ther was once a man sac entythiXHj yean old who was sinking through a c8Ip Of cement 200 Oct thick The sun was Just tItle side of powder work yirely to be loosened with u pick rut old man haulti Hlmb down sh ty feet of ladder till Ids uuckety dIn up agaIn and dump It amid so nn ni iJ po on and so on lIe sides he hafll lii lit thirty miles IIwl hack again wHIflll load whenever ha nin out elf pro 1ns It had takM lilin year to jut ls shaft clown IK sixty feet Thr wire 140 more to each foot get up harder the IJo- nly knew who would bo at the bottom when he jot therp yet to sit in that old mania aimln for nn hour was to obtain n piite exposition of the theory nn1l practice of optimism It Isiyi uuhelie a tie story nud would be senseless were1 tnoi entirely tme- Ktjslde tliiiti Tort lluis tank took on tint of nn uvocutlun hut man who runs 000 feet of tunnel sin pie handtil eiiii s whatever may ltutend of It Thfe tunriel qs tilll one timing that Cleat njvliorri l tu his mm snrrouiul lags Whciiicr Ii xvasMliut It reuiiiiti cdl him lrf tiij lh4tgy holes of Ills city life or wbl iff1ilwat a nutunil tlpiithy CnHr des no of thcipe vliu can nover fiitj ii mniined Bjiace wiih out sensjji an of Miiotlitrlup tt niiy rile nclirorl argument mrr cons ink ollldIt ii to tot n fpot within Its dark month An old mind ivould have shared fits feelings tli nstjitux for Jim so thorough in Ktc tiling wag a care less workman our ohhmlncr would halve shaken his toad at tjic weik caps am4 ret kk ssly driven Uippiup ufsUeIt emily as thev ivere to support loose dirt of nm5 t treacherous siirt Ches workeil outside dumnlng the car that Jim irul made of four ttree sections lQlilcClft and sluice liox boards for sldj ffJim the Ingenious hud ripped up h pulley systenr whereby Cites could rfun the car out and In without Ititert lifting the work on the fnceei Itwas hacrt labor for CheSjat first but he gritteJ ills teeth and tnck it out manfully Blmcby q would say tothhmseit Ill have er nusde oil me like Jim fan den Ill 0nk dig cussed ol car right out In pr middle of dor crlk And he examined tthe small bunch on his arm critically n dozen times every dAv = j9 nn ar idol Was clfl0 IIi iuiiirili ffcrt ho put forth would nave killed nn ordinary oman Ho fmpht tho wereItp n niMEBT IMi HAVu OS UK LIKK JIM over In tile lowtunnol hour after hpiir Jim plied the pick and shovel with the regularity mia power of a macliltfe There was at once something fasciuat tug and heroic In rippllnp glide of muscles over his brbml br otj and in supple swing that seni the pick io join the packed dirt It all looked so ensjfc It was ns It the dir were vory soft mid hit theJi strikes very strong Nevertheless tour teen hours a day of this varied occa sionally by cutting timbers carry ing them by hand to the funnel sojne of them a weight enough for a horse others not ndiquate Just as they came being careless Jims motto told oven on his engines They hind a certain mark on the can yon sltlcn wildcats jliofelt wasand when the sun threw the shadow of the western wall upon the mark the days wgrk was finished Ches used to watch this witji atten UIIIlug remark on the progress qf the shadow Still lie always gave good measurement Toward1 hist of the mouth Jim grew nn Interest their clock Wheres Hie blame timIng now Ches would come hollowly out of the tunnel IThree more white ears rock away Jim Jus I1llen the cheery shout of All over worker steppIng out into the fresh air soft antI cool In twilight hooking the sweit from his forehead and wishing that supper would cook itself Sometimes the wildcat looked down upon theta from tile eyrie dies said weary Jim if that lallI thinks at all he must think were nIful fools He wouldnt so turhle off his guess welder replied the equally wen ry Clues Afljbr supper however the world seemed dIfferent There was Jones hiillJi man of large id jas was Jones to cOil that mass of melt a hill shin ing redbut In last light npainstn topaz or turquoise sky find tho gulch that ran up to It In n mystery of dark preen gloom offerinp up an evenIng prtiyer of Indpsrribnlilo odors thnso appeals to a life In former spheres which no other sense remembersthe ceaselessjoar of wind In the pines so steady that tinned n ImckcrQiinJ for other sounds nlmnst ns good nqsJ lence itself the pvonlnp pipe and talk of what tall been lone and what was to bedononil thESe made amends And then thp sWplne such lItI inn And wnclnp ip In ninrnlnc In the exact attitude one went to sleep he nIght lioforo Sleep that washed out all the former days fatigue and started them lie acer as hounds for that of tho new div that is within limits for when a man overworks as continually as Jim had done no para dIsc sleep nor Inilsuui air ca turn him riglU pwpetuulv And for that reason claim de claled n holiday consisting of u hunt lag trip It was a curious hunting trip Not one Bang went the clean nod polished rifle They stalked four deer crawling on their bellies quiver lag with the chase rounding behind rocks Thjjn when thp pnrue was with In range up went the rilleffJlm squint ed along the slphts then dropped It Wbats der matter whispered Ches He had been waItIng for u long tlmo to hear tho pun go They seem to be haVlnp a prejtty ftlYedl1tsmeat was good Ches was lIsp pointed at this manner of hunting So it is replied Jim Irobably nobody line that notion stronger than tho deer fie followed l till four prot ty animals below thtm wHit ji use eyes Ho loed to hunt but he bated to kill See hete boy be acid sitting down and lyjlllnp ort Ills boots think can show you some fun Do you notice theyre feodlnp tip to that nose of rod Well need to be ruth or quick on my feet onco and think If can ut htiVfl brhliwl there with out their windlnp me if ono pets close onoupli can catch hint with my hands which a trick Id like much Jv In njIIDnI Xuw you sit hero and win h iVd fur your life dont make n mitve or sound By Jlmtny If could tin tintt lie trotted light rooted doVu sUipej out of eIght Thorfioy Aoou saw qb reppear be hind sharp rock wifll that jutted out Into the valley rubbitlp crushed plno needles upou himself with Idea of overpowering the human odor oUhouRh whether effectlfe in Its pur pose or not It was not necessary n strmip up wind front deer to man innkhip It Imnnpsiblp that they could scent him They waited n nil they waited n big man croucliwl like a tiper below and highly excliedl small boy above while the deer Ilidl every ivtuspcratlnp thing that animals could dIl One hour wont hItcvGwhlen sud denly buck rose and walked stratelit up the canyon In a course that would take him within twenty feet of tie rock Jm heard hinvsnorl and prepared for action laying hold of n corner of stone to get a spring from nil tutus Tlie deer shadow floated black on the grass before hlm and Jim leaped to the liippest surprise of hits life for Instead of making least effort cacao IIhI bnck charged and that lIh Much jludtlen fury It WItS nil the man coud do to lay holdof him any wliere nsttny cnme to dirt together The next ten seconds was delirium each euHilt rjmt doing something as quick a s lie 10 illtl without any definite aim Jim received n pjilnfuf rake l t i d 7 hth NExT Trot SrCrtSDB JJlUjtlllUU ITUB the chest from the antlers nnul In thueleg from the sharp hoofs while the doOr wts hue worse for scv oral buups over till head and an ear nearly pulled off a they rolled over together Mpaiovhll Clues had legged iIt down the hillside at his best speeU enthusiastically cheering what he supposed was a preananped performance Jim had promised him fun and that whirl Ing heap belowstipiikd plenty of Hoornyl jrelloil Cues Hoorayl Hold him defe Jim till I get down Jim heard the shriflvolco jia be succeeded after a desperate effort in get ting an arm around the deers neck so that lie cbald do sbmethin In the clicking line and tie smilcd primly In the beat pf bntut All tight Cues he gasped Doptrlnirryl Keep out of tWs he yellodla mo moat later as Cites hursit out from too bushes u1oult get lillled j but Clues was not to be dented fie danced around the pushing tusplnp strainingstorm center nail fhctnouien oppprtunlty offered slf pprd In null sejzod the buck by a hind leg If ho hid tbnclipil an electric bat tery the effect could not have been more instant The deer fanned tthat muscular hind legxvlfh Its boy attach Wnt at the rate of 700 strokes to the minute Poor dies head Was nearly snapped oil his shoulders and the breath was IfteValiy1 jerked out of his body but he hung on with all the- strengththat pulling the car hat given him It was not mucb heipbit It was a diversion Jim pulped a lunpful of air gatherejl his Bowers and came dowh with all Ills might Slowly tile stubborn neck bent so slowly that Jim ffcarefl be would give out before gaining the mastery As ft yielded hits leverage increased and at last exert ing every ounce of strength that was 4n him he downed the foe and held him there his leg over the front legs whose nftniment he had felt before and was not deslroipj of feeUnp again But the deer pave up the struppie and lay quiet looking up with great pleading eyes Yes you devll cried Jim You look meek enouph now but If you werent a handful of bard luck ten seconds ago never run across one You hurt Ches I got n Iovel5tumpou me smeller but Im in it yet Do let goor dont Li Not on your life Walt n moment tbodeersluiiip loose Again the deer glanced up reproachfully as though to say How suspicious yiii arch lime instant Cb s Jumped clear so did Jim They watched their IntO an tagonist who sprang to bls feet and went off wltn frisky leapt upiiareutlj asJrfsh as ever Then they looked at each other Ches was rObbing his stomach with his left hand while he wiped the blood from his uoso with the right Jims coat and tronseVs were torn ue had a deep scratch across his chest a gouge in his leg and he trembled from the exertion Well Ches he panted Weye- hndnwnlcCrest havent we Wouldnt it a been turble If yer hadnt cauglit himT replied Cbes And then they simply wbooped They wc ro ftist of an age Any one would have said so oq seeing them approach cabin arms flying tongues wagging bruised tired and happy Jim said a very sleepy little boy after supper gorged like an anaconda yer dont see tings like dat In Nyork not much yet dont If dat racket bad dome off In der Buwury lered be hea- d1nesdhtneson dot extrles inoren a mile Jim picked him up and tucked him Into his bunk Morcn a inllo long Gnlgh sighed Clues Jim lit his pipe thai went out for an evening smoke It was some little tlmo the next morning before he could realize what he was doing out there under tbirtroo He had been In some ways a graver man of late What he had undertaken ImpulseIslblllty CHAPFEU V second day after Thee ar Orlb Bufl hud come tlirpush the idnll thai before leav drew JUn aside out df till boys hearing The little fillers yours nglff nIl comers now Jim he said Whats than nskrd Jim surprised by the uiouuinp In he tone llesyours r fiied Bud VThat 5111ti sjIUICOJ hhUI thdt called him tlr the libys tlid hIS skull with nil eye funihei sllitme Rod settled ffe fnss he hhu t Ill dimd Hurt tier Man said fluv avly he used n to Me a foot Ion cave It to her a kFn times as rii tic he cpuld drIVo VYhats yqnr opiiii ruot Cncsic l he get awaj But no ottttfurw L tinldnt uelnp flue train lit didnt pp r iki5 Tha con Inl tbtC11s t xlmWHs shah itt io wi small nrmy of run lieN tHtnrdod ta train mjd took ho jirlsuncrV tie cotlldnt do nOtlJlup mid he novcr loved that black muz sled wbli frtim time he sassed 1ilui In tbf depot The punchers took our friend out and trlec1 him1 Tried hlin With a rope In three minutes by the watch he was found wanting Your boy now JtIlb as Iiwnstelling- you Going to say anything tq him nbout IU Why said Jim iJowlidered wby I dont know Bud Guess not Just yet on general principles 1 Great little pap sc nlnt beT said Ibid turning In his saddle beforo his stqrtlnp rush Mjrfclhps of a man there all right The buys In townfore deadstuk on hlmtn have taglvea complete history whrii 1gt batik must get a paitjin or ill hare Uncle Sammy on my neck again Inspector started out with roe this morning The devil bo dldlt pried Jim indig natitly well knowing tim hardships and dangers of tie blinder route Oh Its all rights rcnlfeft ijud with a rvvato of his liandt Comeout4ine- Wlienthe lad first told mo hed been sent out to see wily themnnlls was so late on this line Itotd him Id show him rlcht on lime nlt 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desterpns is tim uen To CIt b nay horse abe iijUts out ot the troop lay her baud on fe mano nu4 nulcldy spplng on tQ the uaVt pft barebacked steed and ride tiff ito any direction she fishes Is an irdlnary tent for any young Amdo sV- utmianChleflgo Keivs rnoutah Hits KH6i ITouhl8f aniJfeYer SRfcct IHow fo Find Out OLUdasadimentoret tllngindicatesan unhealthy con ditio ofthe kid itevsT Hit stains your linen it ia evidence of kid amy trouble Ux frequent desire topnss it OJ In the baCk is also convincing proof that the kidueY ind bladder are out of order What To Do Thercs comfort in the knowledge so Often expssclr that Dr Kilmers Jrat pRoo 11ur iCat kidney remedy nlfills evory Nvjsh m canng rheumatism paul in LISt back kidneys liver bladder lJn4 every part of the uriuarylassage It corrects inability mitt sca1dnmgpnn in passing it or bud sffects following Use of liquot wine ofrbeerJiiid overcomes that unpleasant ne ceasity of being compelled to go of teSt nring the slay and 10BIt up1nhD times during t1i night The igiki and llaCxt2OditlatyeffeCt of owampKOfK is toon realized It stands the higlia Moffts wonderful onrja of inrJftdisr trussing cases It joa need a tueuTcinQ you should nave the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and oncdollaf sues You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all ffP itbothsntfresI qlmer Co Bing aanUOJITNX Wlieti noa otwMnpBao- ttriting mention this paper and dontmake any mistake but retnembex the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ac the address Binxbonjton N v 1 taanara Jon thedoorVETefs trylngrto be Mr hold Johnny but you iinow Jr Squtgjrs inns inotiua hero flurpers eetJ1 TheReat Sorrow Did your operullHn ojyp tauch jVesIf the dollars u cost iBaltimore mclr19e I tSAbq and Withht TbevBortor Freddy dcj you know wlipre little Jtroys guwdo jjb 1ijtng o the SabpaLi day Fruddy Ye s sir F6jl6Jv me and Ill show you tW Place 5 Sactjfc Madge What Is Dolly aabltiosr lifel 0Mnrjorle ShL hopes to pwrVy mnilonntre and save him fro Uw if grace of dying 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