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V p w 7- I iI WItWtWp ESTABL1SIIED If IN18 1t e5 I j I NEW SEflIESIVOL XVIII NC 30i r 1I SPRINGFIELD WASHifetfN i j COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 10 19flI J t4tt ib= f J i 3 l or i r t jc f iaIOO PEIYEM r 1FifF lR lCLUBSJN j5EACH9F119 7 i COUNTJES iOOSTJERS WILL IISE MAR 5SHALLEDINIMPOSIF4GARRAY IN EVERY DIRECJTION 1 KeBtactY state Fftfr clubs In every couBtylri tie state are proniisedlbng E iberorc the gates open for the blg an siiuait exhibition on the magnificent fair theSpeople of Kentucky These Kentucky Inif of the Farmers institutes The mem k rii of each Of these clubs are ex ected to become boosters and will have as their slogan 111 be there will youf The formlBgof theee state falrclubi alone In expected to mean a big in rue in the attendance at the lairtofrom each of the counties of t tuck In addition the fiscal court in each ot the Kentucky counties will be ask j dSt make an appropriation of 100 for a county display There Is not a county In the Commonwealth but vi htch his one or more products of which ltJjustly proud and it is these products which the respective appro will tiSTherefore it not only will be stateIfpride which will be on trial but ty pride as well A good natured ri valry will thus result which should roIties back home prouder than ever of the resources of their respective corn Jmunities PREMIUM liST GREAT FEAST 1 RURAL SCHOOLS RECOGNIZED r- fi KENTUCKY STATE FAIR GOES THEmLIMIT IN ENCOURAGING thLThe annual premium list for the t Kentucky State Fair which is Just out of the hands of the printer teems rilnViopd thingsin the way of awards all ota characterjto attract exhibitors Thousands Of otoj pImechnnSpltfgotten tell work and of arrangement fur n1i1s pleuIn surprises Aioac the now departments will be the edacationall with prizes for the I cbjI4r Jpoanecfte wlththe TnralJschools These prizes will be among the classes in sowing cooking map drawlBc model lessons writing imatc The premium list was led ln coinpetent hands by Prof Ellsworth Regenstelh at the head of thiA department he having designated Mr McHenry Rhodes of Owensbdro and P of Ti J Coates of Richmond for that purpose Bach a department certain to appeal to the enthusiasm of both teachers and pupils and splrI Ited contests are expected This recognition of the rural schools Iis in line with the policy of the man agement to recognize the sections of tthestate from which a big part of the 1support for the Kentucky State Fair is expected f j I PERRXSYICTORYjyERIEI T6 BE DisplAYED IN FIRE Triumph ef Pyrotechnic Art Somc r4N thlni AfcstluUly New Will Be p j JI Seen cvt Kentucky ii l State Fair 31 standpolnr rious or the educational end the ken t tnckr State Fair of 1911 will make a t big hit Amusements of a character which will not Rive offense but which still are up to the mInute have beepcontracted for and jt will be to 0 every mlnnfe while the visitors are iin tnaTsliaUingmtbandO J iphants is an entirely new and divert lug featUre from a pleasure standpoint The WWrling tnette Sisters will make j fejn I Inecombination feature known as the Loop the Loop and the Gap the thrnUngfeataj cerlalnIjto daily totho scene of this daredevil ride The headon collision between two monster engines provideiIsensations enough to last a week The two engines are started towards each other on a track and permitted to crash In front o the grandstand Kentucky Commissioners Tne pyrotecfinlc displays will draw bqth old and IOung as if by magic1 as the features arranged for this year willl etbeen sparing of money as it decided 4that it were belter to have none unless it be tbobestItereated in the graphically spectacular isplay of the Victory on Lake Erie as tl GoY Wilisoii tas already appointed cbrnmlMlpners from this state to the centennial celebration fn 1912 Other beautiful and impressive figt urea koWnhftrwl1lbe produced nightly y OMTyrckSpectacular Com panT of R clw ter N Y with which concern Uai tRtracthas been VpirIte to i Tare What dlfypd do when the car bore down up47ou- held fayVbVeath and Myl HoWstrorig you must bal He theVitBraed aside and chewed- a clove 7 Always kicking What are yeu kkklng about t verythigUt luat ywt v rytklng you want T ma i JfINt whMt it rY tswie I oat wuti- I L i TIlE v iVEfrSLi3ADIRa Mr Howards Good Road BM In line with the progressive thought of thpcointrr whiCh beioves thit lhn feder ii gvern ment should receive its anciiict policy of internal improvements ODstuc1t10n J reads Representative Howard of the fifth Georgia districtt hasJ troduc a bill ijp congress haVing this desirable purpose No additional taxation is projj posed to set aside at the end of 1e1mahilngas a goodrOadsfqnd Thisls be apportioned among tjie states in proportion to popula tionJor the construction of highways v rwhichthe United States mails are to be carried There is no doubt of the legal ity or the desirability of the measure It is constitutional mely and necessary Of course there if n6 surplus in the treasury there would be no good ads fund Now that construction jis within the reach of combination goyernments internal improvements mignt na tu rally be directed to the construction of good roads Tbe problem is a yast one and lice ke all big movements must pro ed slowly Bnt so was the in auguration of a postal service th Nater and the woodsman living e wilds the benefits of dail mail delivery at his door ButI that policy was entered upon and n o one now has the temerity to say it was a mistake Every movement and every Hrganizatione of of speeding thai desirable purd edAtlantaiBALD AT35t Kill the Germs Nourish the Hair ROots and YoullhNever Grow Bald Its your own fault if you grow bald at 35 as thousands of men do yes and women are doiug If you have dandruff theres a thousand or more veryHfeKill these germs with a 50 cents bottle of Parisian Sage and stop dandruff itching scalp and falling hair in iwo weeks Its guaranteed you know this delightful and refreshing Parisian age that is now sold all over Amen and if It doesnt prove better than a hnyget your money back Large bottfe jSO cents at Haydon Wilietts and druggist everywhere Reckless Thief Charley Collins tire negro boy who was released from Jail only a few days previously was caught in an attempt to steal a air 01 shoes from the Nelson Dry Goods Co Saturday aver ling Thenegro who wasalread under suspicion of having pur loined shoes from this establishment entered uthe store by a rear door the screen doors of which had been purposely left unlocked in expectation of his visit t He succeeded in entferinp and securing tha shoes when he was seen passing out by thu tEar door In a few minutes Ihe igrtturedthe sboes to a clerk akejl tbatl they be exchanged for another sz saying that he had just bought the shoes there Just ttien Marshal Phillips who had be n notified appearing upon th define the darky at tempted to run wh reupon the clerk gave Urn a bow with one of the shoes fell fing him to the floor where retrained unconscious for some tluiebiforp being removefd to thf jjIIIKentuclry Standard AtracK bike Timers In fighting to Keep tjie blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers But often germs5 multiply so fastthe little fighters tre ovcrdeme Then see pimples boils eczema saltrheum and sores multiplly and strength and appetite fallJThl condition demands Electric Slitters Idioness and to expel poisons from thet bIourhey are the best blopc 1iJT1c1CVTuey make rich red blood strong nerves and build up your health Trj them 50c Haydqn RobertfioDB ILL HEALTH 1 1It Drives Prominejit Lebanon Man To Take His Own Life JA sad tragedy was enacted in morningcMr Janrfea Hardy was found i in the back yard of Mr R L Adams home A3e calibre Ire volver lying close to the d4ad an told the grim story of he wfulfD deed The ballpi teed st behind theyear and back of the brain coming out on he opposite side of the head and death must have ben iqtantan epus Mr Hardyhad been at the home of lhis brotherinlaw Mr Adams since May his Wedntsdavfeof another brotbru law Mr James Lyons and left there about 8 oclock About md night Mrs Adams noticed a light in tier brothers room and upon investigation found tjhe Itiroom vacant She aroused Mr Adams who instituted a premisilsand 0 trace of the missiag man About 1 oclock they thought they heard him coming in and supposed be had gone to his room either of themheard the fatal shot which is supposed to have lbeen fired between 3 and oclock Jyesterday morning Mr Adams lhome is at the end of Walnut street and was formerly the Kearns property Bad health bad caused Mr ardy to become very despon alentaffected thereby had been apparent not only to his relatives but also totiis friends Vith whom he had conversed since coming o Lebanon He spent most pf his time at his sisters and was seldom seen upon the street However no one suspected that e would lake his lifo Thepi tol with which the deed Vas cmmitted belong to Mr Adams and was one which Mr Hardy was in the habit of carrying when away from home at nigblt Lebanon Falcon I Thirty Years Together Thirty years of associationthink of itHow the merit of a good tbinlg sCauds out in that timeor the worthl- essnessl of a bad one So theres no guesswork in this eyidence of Thos Ariss Concord Eich who writes l f ytorcough and cold cure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a home yoju cant pray it out Many families have used it forty years Its the most infallible throat and lung med cine on earth Unequaled for la grippe asthma hhyfever croup quinsy or sure lungs Price Jkki 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon R bertson The Cattle Situation A remarkable cattle situation exists in the United States say M F Hbrine statistican of the Union Stock Yards and Transit Co Chicago Until recently all markets were full of fat cat tie Now ihe supply situatiop t hows a radical change Obio Pennsylvania and Kentucky ave marketed their crops of fa cattle and eastern points ar4 tot geitingenough good cattTfJi o supply their local needs I The character of receipts atj Missouri river paints shows th 4 Western supply of fat cattle hie1 leave1Jhibe market map of the United States where buyers Scan get tdequate Sel ctioo and that iis n1men1 I Anna E Hobbs EXPERT Scientific Manual TherKpeuj 4st or Masseuse flan be seen atj office first dwelling house north kMiMondays Wednesdays arid Friday Chiarge s reasonable Best ol reference Call or write lor vernt i PhneN 201 w St Rose Picnicli a Grawd Success v The picnic hpldit ri tie Grounds Aug fr ffLit jhi 1airII of St RoseN chur v was l succelorao refStjlove and loyalty bycoming f pm far and near and helping in wel1aSthend to ffaitnful work of hej own pe9iwle who arenevel found wanting Iw ChenbTheIil1600 the expensesjare no yet k nown but wilnotlxceed 2O Rev Father Mcfeonigle his assistant priest ancfithe people of St Rose will be ver gvatetal to the following fwho gave li thberallyl throughout The Washington County Fair association Tine Peoples and Fir National Banks H Ri jbertson ana W 3illettJlaybrook Grupdj Mcln re and Cunningiim Dancani and Wharton dry sods stores rTTiilt T J MIller of WIIH burg Roli r jMills Matt C Maye and Bar jber Pettus hardire stor jMcElroy and Shade grocery Leacbmati Campbell furniture store and John I Miroy dIthast jR oseast edany any tthing and wfe h bOifor have dosongain how ever that our fiends art numerous and loyal jQ spite ofi t aheiss1Ttse Mattitilka ofBuffalls Y says he tOwaysl LaxativesDr Dings 4Ow Life Pillsij jj and that theyre a Dietingr toall ha family Cure consumptiibn headache jindigestion dyspepsia Orily25cat Haydon Robertson Ij If t Kentucky F itDte rnThefixed for holding thc Kentuckv Pairs for 1911 as far 4sr reported Lexington AugistT6 dtYs Taylors ville Augijj 8 Idays Elizibethtown Au i 9 4days Lawrenceburg Aujg lQ 4 days 1s1Springfipld1s1 IINicholasvillelII Bardstown Aug 804 daysI Franklin August 31a chys Paris September 476 davs Kentucky State Fair Louis vtlle September 11HB ditys- Glasgow Septemb r274 days 1 tWoundi The boy btby found near Lo retto and which hid been in the care of Jailer arrd Mrs Madden ffpr over a WeekMrason Tuesday taken by Mr andMrs W1 Jl Hog in They will give the little one every care and attention an dIpK8siblyinav adotit The wound iin being trft ifpd hv Dr Kelly anjd is healing nicely ac iis belibvd that theridrtiBS who deserted the chld will be disco ered A man drives a bay horse to a buckwagori is thought to have left the child where found Marion Falcon tthIIcing the Hoi Car 1 t j Recenly shipper iji M SS ourij on loading out a car 6ff hogs ivestedi l into several good siz rf chunks t he tied them up in gunny sucks and suspended them from the top of the carirhe dripptnfru from the chunks of frozen aqua f irpyed the best sort of preventive rom smothering and fatality in ship pins All the hogs iaII itat market in firstcldrfs shapjearfdi the shrinkage in weight from feed yard to market was tjriyal Here a tip for hot weather shipping of hogS An investment of a doir or two for icemay save the shippers hundredddll lars or more by preventing rca r tality among his hogs whilu en route to market Harrodsburg Herald 1 t itWe will press u your ojdsuit and make U lopjj llike new QJean ingrjBsslmg atid Tailoritig All worLlpromptjone and delivc- ci r jl thttiulyWattn PEttAGRA Disease Has Made IDiead pparance in Ky KJ ig8 So aiiirtniugi tiaVc becone tu Jfts regarding 4ie spretdthj pellagra in this State and so flu tile the attempts of the various county and city physicians to cope with the city situation th t the fcitatet Board of Health ha- tissued a call for a meeting a orbin next Wednesday when oth Government and foreign specialists will be in attendance fThetiullwadissued this morning by Dt J N IM tcUrmat1cState board It was said todpy that besides e twentyfour cases reportedj fopm thu Lexington and Hop binsville Asylums for the Insane more than 100 cases of the dreadj malady have been reported from Hand Wbitley counties The therhoKcntuckbis said to have been Iapid and n Ifowherethe physicians been successful iin ttl alayingitAt the meeting at Corbin Wed nesday the physicians will takeJ up a thorough search for tte un of the disease a ldndj Itlisf the board will ne in attendanc and also many from other States u it muy be found that the same conditions thatexist here are ul o in existence iff other States hcye have bqtn no reports cf p tIIttLa in any of the larger WflS of the StateIj Speaking of the disease tiiatI is threatening the inmates of ibe fasahe asylums at Hopkinsviile1 wand Lex ngtoc Dr Ed GranfCity Health Officer stated this tnornipgth tpeflagra has beef meQici11menI j1 twelve years Pellagra is a tkinIdisease that is peculiar to S aouthcauselby eating coin which has been a Itttackedknown as smut It isa skin disease somowhat resembling le prosy aria is incurabe Medi cine is 6ff little or no avail a ainst iit ihe only treatment effective be i c1ngj jplenty of fresh air Exposure sunlight however greatly ggravates the malady John D Rockefeller has given large sums to aid in the tight a gainstthe mysterious disorder over a million dollars being advanced by him for a study of the diseases that are now attract- ingl so much attention in the SouthtlJe hookworm and pellagra Pellagra exists at the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland twelve miles east offrLouisville on the Louisville and Interurban railway Alfred IBeppner twentyeight years off age admit J to the institution last September from Campbell ountVhas the dreaded fatal disease and two other patients are Under suspicion although it has not been definitely determin ed that they are infected fleppers peculiar a ilirent first attracted the attention of Vii liam Chelf an attendant who noticed that the inmate had white spots resembling sunburns on tthe back of his hands At Qrstt he did not consideritof sufficient iimportance to notify the author ities This week he discovered tbat the spot were enlarged Ho reppned it to Dr Gajrdner Tne superintendent who had recently lhad till opportunity to study pellagra made a careful examination and diagnosed the ailment as pelagrb All the other Inmates were then exaffiin led Accused of Stealing E L Chamberlain of Clinton Me boldly accused llucklenq Arnica Salve of 6tealiugtbe Jtipg from burns or sealda th painfrom sores of alt kindsthe distress Jrom boils or piles It robs cuts corns brute C- ssprainsand injuries of tnelr terror be says W ri healljig remedy Iits equal dont eki tr paid 26c at Haydon R0bertsphs Eon SjOnPoTirfid Chthdf 3u iElXCriltNGErr 1iuslr j s Senator Vests Famous Plea on Behalfof the DogI Senator yest had be n retain dl as tthe auomuv uf a nInu vhoie dots had tie wlintcijly- UhClL n f nei lror It is sj id che plui tiff dtntiH d iQ Vhtti Air Vq t p4hiii ejury award duO wuboujJ leaving their seattie speech in full is as follows Gentle m ieprldsmay turn against him and be coma his enemy His son 0 r daughter that he has reared with loving care miy prove ungrae lfo1111oso who arevnearest andjl earesl to sthose whom we trust wfttTi our happiness andj yojd name may become traitor to the faith The money th u a tmanaway from him perhaps wnen he needs it most A mans reputation maybe sacrificed n a moment of illcpnsidered action The people who are prone tc full oh their knees to do us hon or when success is with us mu e the first to throw the stone uJ malice when faIlure settles iu cloud upon our heads Tie on- unselfish friepd that man can have in this souls world the one that never deserts jhim tile one that never provifc u hngratefult og Gentleaenofthe j jurymmans dug stands by him pros perity arid in poverty in heultt and in sickness He will sleej Ion the cold ground where rht wiju try winds bow and thy snow delves fiercely if oulytib ca Itbe nearuiis masters side Ht will kiss the hand that has m food to offer he will Jick the1 wounds and sores that come ill encounter with the roughness ol the world He guards the sleep his pauper hiasieY as if ht v 1ere1c JtUIrri riches take wings and Deputation f alis to pieceS he is as constant iin his lye as the siu in its jour lItortuoedri I n outcast in the world friend lessl and homeless the faitful dog asks no higher privilege than that of accompiinying Dim to guard againSt danger to fight against his epemies und when the last scsrrie if all comes land death takts the master in itsem IeGrace and body is laid away iui the cSld grouu lIno matter ifaU c utter friends pursue their walthere by his gtaveside will the noble dog be found his head be tweeii his paws his eyes sad but open in alert watchfulness faith full and true even to death Notice AU creditors or persons having claims against the estate of John Sutton deceasEd are notified and required to present the same bJIaw undersigned trator of said Suttn a i his resi WasuingIIKentucky on before the first day of August 1911toA H It CQbksey vAdministrator df John Sutton Deceased I Heavy Loss by Fire Tuesday night th large stock and feed barn on the farrnIoff Mrs Kate Spalding vas destroyed by tire of unknown origin The fire was discovered abom 1130 and had gainedsuch head way that the roof was falling in and the heat was so intense that it was impossible to approach near the burning building Four horses two mules two calves a lot of baled hay and straw engine a ud cutting box gear e c that were in the btirn were alsp detroyedie lsf exceeds iJOROlyltb W4W jn surance Onp mule managed Lo descapeitis expectedI torecovers0i is of tho lt s burned b9lqnpiedtO Mrs Felix Hamilton wlioftaf dsncndIngLieing homfe pebjhon FalpQn i tq lQJii1 dii 1JFOFLETCHS CASTOJIAI 7W t t h f- rr 1 i SUUsCkjplojLiji A Wayning toPivi1gel f fJovernor Voo irow ViIsciioJff NeJ i i 11ftorkiU itoifce on the ireTr nottiiu grbwnuPI infthe oesi n priviltTgW aad bouinii iiuit thi x hLIt g Jrllbr t tthng si t I chang U It iis only f hwt 0 warn them for they jjhouldtmvtr time to adjust themselves to the iare but thefcb ng mus- tr come neverthelessl 4nd this change is not a revolution let iit be understood at once It is 1mereJya restoration That is what the people of Nw JerseyIr haVemeantt as thny have flocked out rain or shi in to follow the DtJmpiratfc party we haVeJ 3toppectbinking bout p rLieg tot follow wnat they pow knpwViiK the Democratic iIdea the idea that the people are at Us toleserved I Do you know what the Amen can people are wahfng forgeh tlethen They are waiting jtct have their politics utterly simph fled They ate realizing tlbs our politics are full uf ec etC 2ffferences that thore are pr v U rrangement acd they do no understand it They want tf concentrate their roree B9n where Tney are like an lin organ zzd arm y sa log tbejh ngi i w rong Where shall ve coo grega e How shall We organ ize Who are the captiairis Where are the orders Wbicb iis the direction W ere retoe instrumentsi of Goyerhmentl Pbjit is what they are waiting lQr yiIt js an oppPrtunity tyandjt is a terrible opportunity Dou t you kiyow that some man with out conscience who did ho care for the nation could pdt thiscouhtry iin ayflanjt f DontI you know that thefc peop4e uf chis country from one e 1dtQtbe other till believe that iginBthjinfc 55xg wrong What an op ortuutty t would be for some man withjdt aonscience but with power to pring up and say this is the Nay follow ne and llead them inpaths of destruction How ieirableand yet sleepless Hiramcr Iton of Cay City ill coughed and coughed He was in the mountains on the advice if five doctors who saijhiehadcon sumption but found no help in th elimate and started liomef Hearing ot Dr Kings New Discovery he be an to use it fl Delie vciUsavedTnj life he writes for it made a new man out of ins eo that I can now dr ood work again For all lung dis eases coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup rhoopln cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best knpwn remtfdjr Price and 81 Op5 Trial bbttle freef Guaranteed ygaydpn Rob rtson A Freak Mrs Mattie J Edmondsi wb 0 has thereputaiionof always hav tug one of tJe best gardens herei ibjuts and who deserves fche1 alwaysrhas a fine garden gatherdait ear of corn a few was a freak Theear grew dJ recily from the ground withour any stalk whatever Prom the ground tothe silk was pnlj tpe leffgti of an ordinary eart II wat well tilled wit and was asde licidics as any tender erofcori LrPbAnon Enterprise i JfJ v Sent To Jail 1fOkcar Thompson charged lyith violating the tiiernat Reyeone laws by selling whiskey Satur 5J day at the picnid at RavwjcVi was broughi beforeIJ S Com mlssioner CIu JBPldrielr on Monday ndtpladnggQiUy to the charge was he idto antjwer theOotPber term of1h trict CourV at LouisvilJe tWijp f borjfl 99 flx d At 300 Pairing I to igle4tVb4was orderett tot bi seJf pJije OJatvJiQuisv5He 1to awtUffttnIahLebiqjntep 9sle Insnrehce and Ke leiate Agency FirertifeHnrX1Lbci jtaBt Good comp piesi good rates List your roperiyt4io sale no cost I iT li hrii4gent j L1iiY t Fo ALE2OUabubt set r1f Ri Mofoiitryt J I 1 wf =4 H vi i tIt1 How QCStheEiiipbIjcin 8tak Aamrnistratiori explain the big incr6aseihtle blijqii ptfr capita tlhlJ thefIr For ttie pf1 capita was 4 In 1910 II Wii lit jiiiiruijrA K1I1 peifils wtai ilUIF Oiithetjmintt Luui itte ciffaira ua eu ityvooder why terg cLbcttifM increiSQin 1910 oveifi909 Then was the usuil l clea t In the l1 uthberofct1fldrsd the sws1 increase in thei total Vim valualion of tht uiti for UZM whlcb ofitibIfhow1c4iasve la it asmairinftreaseiD thijKbool per capita In aaaltfoni to the ilit- reasec In Qs ss dattft UM State Board ot t Squaliiitiom made raises on Qie coohtiev which increase atostinen np Increase la thescnppl fund 81tjorgrest 4a the Increase oI191ttIrtgog t still there ttigi attiricr ftti of 40 icents ip tUe sctoot per capisa fwii possible bat thed iBktra tipJif oieeded the ocrks vbleb should have been p4tfJ 8ty trdondit waS used i a QLberchSuLjg and then turnedi bick Into tLa SQh plfuni alpn rwtttttbr in Grease made this yellf ic btiii a Campaign year iiij ordtrlo n ave an effective ciilJpf 1 ale gan Tha Republtdiir nominei aUld spellbinders winIjive aaach o s y ab jut the big J Wboot pin tapItaa pet txpressipn being Just loom what iblaRtpnblican sidmiqistration hasdotte for the 1rf escboolsi Ther houlcl IJ pme body present every time w 1 ask the qUestion Why ttaji rherenoincreasejzj j910Ho1 hftJrere you able to make id big an increase in 1911 whi the tax assessment in ioit affgrda 10 greater basis ror anincreakein Jt 9i1Lhan1tidja191OS Best Story 1tti4h L J One pt our excbaggIutilt d u ijl the besLktoryiii 5the E1i rJjli say ft p lt mav saprisev yopl but itii bout Ian andtbe4ood ay thisl befpte edacitfd fplks ibo turn up their jioaeiiand ay tbe story is a take Your eiJerNpah had to work aloes time that ark it wsmiitiill bm ness toy atbestlte vomonv ngand sweating day itfterday U the hat sun building aboat ti layout on 4ry land while U e ocat anvil and hammer clan std omie lumber wbiti1ingup bi ooajrds with their jackknives and1 oiling him what a bigJoprbe 54s to expett a jig rtin in thaioontrY where Jit was tea hoVto 1 iow alfalfa But be kept ut IIt finally the flood Cam and evt ry mothers son ofJthet croakers were drowned b MSiLe only u stance we know fof1n either aqred or prpfane Utory where 1 bunch of knockers gp xactly yhat was coming to thirn r Sold Lratt Ficwc I Oscar T9om R o Q11- rlgyhitei t hiffsPNBairu1dJfU 41Jnic Saturday for selling yihslfey t ithdutlicense It w sr pbrtd t at four men were eliiq vfikey by the idrinknd dojIfitW pusiness When thftofficers ar Jr itidThothpsontfleotherlires then Jeft and have not ei ei Jirrested J tst Young ThompsoaVdsbro xlit l 2i fti j tto Lebnionarut kept IB jU till Mon IiY nifebt wlen hwasgpR hearing Ptocteu ttIvlle sinner 0 fidldcJclt entered pleaI qfgqUj N i 7beicUotbe fall ttrs L rIerIport at ouisjljl cke aisdtoglvebpn4hitihaoou 4 t 4 onveyed hInt toLbti l jef1MarIonPailcon i I LOT J3etw SrlsglfeWi 4and Lbanoe olLi e4s1a gold bracll iII1 IUIM iMK onU4LiCqilbre151907QI teJI 91r tt 3rttJ1 tbw 1t lvsreWfd t IiJ L 1 J ibf Rtira i 0 J4U do flffi NfWSLfADfR + SPRINGFIELD KYo ft v j b1ETTSUW AY t IJUlaI JOSEPH POUN j Editors and Publistiprs t ri ii THURSDAY AUG 101911a tt iIDitifutipfcT ftchir Institute which wasbeid at the Graded School 0 Jbuilding last week was prc atIi a century in as many counties fly beet ever attended Thu statement demonstrates seyera facto which mast be of interest to the people of SprfngfleldJ and Washington county viz that Prof Colvin wh9conductedthe Institute is second to none in the dducailional needs as well as Instruc j 7 torof Institutes that no county bas a superintendent who hasII J 1tn welfarel of the schools of the j Commonwealth more at thin Mr Bush that there is nott a body of more interested and enthusiastic teachers in the state orKentucky than Washington Count s The Institute was full of- iI i interest and enthusiasm through out every discussion was full o llifeand interest in fact we have come to the conclusiouthat there is no such thing as a dry sub t j Whatevethi3 safind so many hidden beauties so i rich and rare that the teachers were eager for the time to point pupilsIXAmong his addresses which jvpuld have been of general in ttereat to he public were be following which were enthusiastic and inspiring and which those present considered themselves s k for unate to hear liThe iftela 11tl i of the Schools to the Gov + t e inert of the People by the f Pe1 le1The Ideal Aims of the Be iqols of Kentucky History asa Teacher of Life by Ex ample and 4 defense of 4toe 1ignorani and poverty stricken children in the hills of Kentucky helollowing visitors gladdened the teachers with either beauti f 4 fulrand inspiring or instructivej + ddrtejsesj Mrs ChaHes Po jKentuckyje on Education in Kentuckyy ir- Owenaboro Of itcHenry Rhodes of What Kentucky UniversitiestM W Hyatt of Springfield Sanitation and Preyentation of l r contagious in Schools r PrbrBarmonoIBowlin Green F Fr Business College made a beauti ful Address in defense of the x poor and Ignorant of Kentucky r and M ss Reed of the Western Normal gave a beautiful and iin t spiring address on the Search v ft for the Truth MraBush at its head the cause ofI r education can but make rapid r progress it is up to the teachers and patrons to coopperate with ttheplaDS Mr Bush has labored f so lard to make and our schoola v will soon rank second to none in kdtso or tot these men are the best frlendsofthe people of Was ington county and should be ap praciated by them it is to be couldXl borne oflthe good ir t lIngssald last week if th could not vhave been the mter estaVd enthusiasm of the teat crannied not lose any of the fervor Rained during the Ina tiStute for their patrons must nave had sol etbIIK ofthe saoje f V ing The following resolutions wore adopted 1 Resolved we thantheBoard ofj Trustees of the Springfield r t Gaded School for the use of It their building 2Tbat we thank Tailor GD Catlett for the use of the pourt entertaiY l raanti and the Committee on Mnaio and the musicians for the exellent music furnished and ur yarious visitors for the fnI terest shown in the Institute That we return our thanks tp s persIpubUbedtendering 03 I column an tlr lr- papectut eclupj t ionall puxpos nd that we thereforei appoint an r Editor for the comiug year and urge every teacher to lubscribe for these papers our sta e e9u educationalperiodicala That we recommend toour County Board of Education that for the faithful performance of the extra duties imposed upon our County Superintendant in supervising the rays1 school monthly examinations he be al towed at least 5000 per annum That we greatly appreciate the visit of Mrs Chas P Weaver and urge upon the teachers to use there beat efforts to organize a School Improvement eag1e tn their respectv Dials IIThattweflniin Gn Coivin ariable and genial Instructor r hastbeen our greatest and pest mat tuteandjrequest our Snpt to employ his services for next year and that for his services this year he be allowed ig5000r That we join bandawitb our County Supt Jin thegeneral up interestsfl of our cObntViiRespectfully J McW illiams J H Moore i Sarah Carrico dAnnie Ja1es WJ Sweeney Long Lick Mrs Nettle Lawrence visited her parents Mr and Mrs Dick Graves one day last week Mr John Peevler entertained a large crowd wi h his phono graph on Friday evening at Mr afad Mrs Henry Ishams home Several from here the seventeenth birt 4attttndedI on last Thursday of JAII btnmpb near Tick Creek Earnest Hendren was in our midst last Wednesday C E and J O Milton attend edV court in Harrodsburg Mon diy TG Btuinph an d family dined witli Citt te rlitlltapdfamis Sun day of last weekJ J O Milton and wife were the guests of 8 C Smith and wife Sunday T G Slumph and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Boswell Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Lawrance spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr and Mrs Henry Lawrence at Tick Cr e- kJA Stutnph was in our midst Sunday r Mr and Mrs John Bos wt were at Cross Roads last Week Baggy Boy Mackville School opened here Monday with J H Moore Ada Arnold and Ora Bottom as teachers The enrollment for the first day wasj he largest in the history of sthe school With the hearty co assurehd a most succesful term is promis ed Mackville is certainly noted as an educational crater as eigh tteen teethe went 4o work from ourismidst twencysiz retired teach bathurday was hotly contested the contestants for theoffice being D Campbell ana D HMath voteelsl v teing cast each As no one was elected the present ancum sot S W Arnold will hold jibe office for LlterarylSociety will give an entertain ment here Saturday evening Aug 12 Thissbcietyis astron factor in our social sand educe tional life Elder J W Laos is in Owe i FNOTIE1t II f I hart rented the commodious it arid shdof th4i Springfield Loose Lf fTobco War JI 4 bowie next Fait Ga otadz ant Sys I II tr acc oM tilt fiiiie to kkck Jt IIf WHlwhqaKiii JIIt atC 1rIo tiairM ttrjct tfel orIIrt yI E 1lAL wi ftL f B TROMPsaNVt t 00 JrJ Treasurers Report Of Graded Schooli In response to a request from Taxpayer published soiae weeks ago I in one of the local l papers vfe are publishing a statement of the accounts of theSpringfield Graded School together with a comparison with the Bardt town Graded School This request of Taxpayer would Wire been granted t Pooner bul forthe ilia that the S6 1 year ended June 30 1911 and full settlement would then be made By tie Treasurer and the necessary info mation accurately and 4illy given another cause of delay Wns getting in formation from he Bardstown School The following statement ia taken from this TrtMurera Settlenidit whichcan found afile1in the office pf tthae Countyr Clerk and In mrtport ThudebytHeTrUstees terfhe County School Snperintiiient or by an wnK nation of the Trtastjrera Books which are always open to the inspection oft e public AMOUNTS RECEIVED 42499TaxesTaxes on SOT tithes at 10 eachJ 46050 L 4t N Franchise tax 4 168 State money on 432 pupil4 170208 rrom County Board of Education for13IiKh School w 120000 Tuition 1910 collected since last settlement x J 8270 Tuition 1911 collected to this date 7376- Total tlreceivI ed 1954704 PAID OUTJI Principals SalarymounlrecelV l 150000 Salof alll j WJ 1 S96aOO Janitors Salary u JwTreasurers Salary i 25000 Amount carried to Sinking FundLl Jw J 190000 Paidon Heating plant slants 1 L t 50000 Fire escapes 15 Painting and other repairs 3 tfSupplies and incidentals T 7 15L4- 3C r 25490 a17 t jrWater and Ice 8060 Insurance J I McElroy 4500 Delinquent Tithes and property 9039 Total 1 1996795 Deficit w s tiO91 A Comparison of the Springfield Graded School with Barditown Graded School for School l Year ending June 1191 Springfield Bards town Graded School Graded School Bonds issued for School Building 1400009 8000000 Taxable property in District 181874150tTotal amount of taxes collected 611362 5S1717 Whisky withdraws J4I 45000 Received from tats 1702018 194530 Tuiti9ns 1 7875 60000 Tuitions from County High School 120010 Totall receipts from all sources 9647C4 786247 Principal and teachers salaries a 546000 345000 Janitors Salary 240JO 36000 Tax rate on 10000 fO 25 Number of Pupils in District 432 492 Average attendance 330 180 Number of teachers employed rf 6 As shown by the above although the tax rate cH the Bardstown school is just 12 of that of our school yet the total amoui t received by Our school exceeds thatof Bareatown by only 8168470 and hen it iis remembered that we received 120000 from County Board of E ucation for takingcare of County High School l the difference is just 4J7Q While the salaries paid our teachers exceed that paid at Bardstown 201000 yet we employed 9 teachers while they bnly employed 6 Their aVerfg attendance being 180 while ours waa 330 therefore it was necessary for us to employ more teachers The salary of the teachers employed is bout the same u ours except we paid principal and high school teacher salaries aggregating 8204000 while they paid 81760 It has been our policy to increase our teachers salaries to such an amount as would fairly compensate them for- their services The average salary of the teachers excepting principal being less than 9500 per year which seems to us small enough Daring the last school year repliirs and other expenses we very much more than i9rmer dears as will be seen by the Treasurers report which is publIshed invthis weeks issue ofthis paper The present Board of Trustees hays seryec conthraoxuly since thi school has been established until the present time without compensation of any kind and some of the members have given li erally of their time to this work and while it is a position in which many difficulties and unpleasant duties naturally arise we think that the present Board of Trustees have done their duty as they saw It It is true that the Treasurer of the district receives a salary of 25010 per yearhut if this contract had not been mad with hiD by the Board his commissions fixed by law for the pastyear would hate amounted to 138183 149563 of the amounts paid out this year were for heating plant fire escape and painting iarid repairs which is in the nature of extraordinary expenditure and may not occur again for many pus Of the 814000 of bonds issued 5000100 have been paid off and we eaU mate taking the increase of property in District into consideration that all Dondswiu be retired in 8 years cOmmitteeROBERTl Jr t W H Mattragly llJ B Wathen Tailor hopjI We desire to announce to tb public that we have opened a first class Tailor shop in the CAMPBELL BUILD JIG and are prepared to take orders for arns clothing do repairing dry clei sing of all kind and pressing Give t s a trial I Matthgly athen JLcounty this week engaged in bvaogehstic work Prof Mobre w ll preach at the Chris tian church Sunday a m at U LNLitaeyy Miss Alma VanArsdaleof Bar MissaHarvey VanArsdale Mr and Mrs JJan Kelly and family spent Subday at the home of Mr and Mrs iMl Reed Mrs KateMorauanddaughter- Margaret visit Mrs LIU Janes Saturday Miss Louise tiToe Is visiting at the home of Mrs Sallie VanArs dale Messrs Cbarly Litsey Henry tregory and Mitt Leachman are attending the Fair at Harrods burg L Miss Della jOrkiesf i was the guest 6f Miss Emma Rose Poiin Sunday ijte Miss Myrtlel pLogadon oflnd i ILhiss Addle fox lbegan school here Monday wjthERoodattegd ante- JI CorrlmUiioner sate KyEnEouitrRay orderofrendered at the May terns 1911 shallproceedCourtouaeon MONDAY AUGUST 23 19UIocJ theIiIghetlbldder uponcriditfollow ingdte cribed PrOperity towit situatedlnWi watereofseven niilee tChapelandLucy Canarydowers 10 ntain aelelThishaaplentygoodFor11cl1ulrorpsecurityort bearing untilpaid ofJrequiredtoeaeterma- C P BOSLEY Kc W C a t4Upyt Between Springfield and jjtebftnon or la l1oaai gold bracelrt with the initial B MtZo tht kHatd October 151 OQ tbs imaide Finder- wIII raturn to thlg OJ3lc and re oalyej reward lv tt 4 0 oq wr0 Wr frfrlri 4LraN NYt NK + N1 6 W41t t 6L tl Kiti41 tiLiYK4 k tti ij ye t L I Sf Sfpp You GaWk AYOrdtt Miss Aft 1 y ryc r t Ia4 f i r 1IIiit t f r tN W A SHING rONJ tifff c r i 1 COUNTY FAIR iii liJ j a v f f Pq If Iii i t ft tPlI a t f 1 f r To Be Held at the Fair Grounds pripgfield 7I f ii r ti f 1 M 3g ftrl Augustt 23262- i w IV r i OBig DDay6i 4 f + r i J I tT+ f 4 41 e t i t j ttw Jo 4f j 1 Ladies Free First Daw Schoolfdhui4onLein1tii ft ff I ti l v j j Ji frtjiII f1x t f krd AiL b aTTRACTIONS FORO 1i lEeEIcRIBQDY t J r J ttiiJ r 1 i 1ff Ih IJJ r 1 I J f tlL J I 1 itt fI If1For Catalog and other information callonc = 1 gt 1 1 I sti w D mmC I t 018 i 4 JRrO rtf a si t j a 1I f j ty Jrc L f Ji r F 1 fix f f NV1N NN4NN NS 1AN NN1N KNwVN N4N N N1SttiYN + iw +t r ir ytiatiNNSrrwot 6i LL 4 Bigger and Better Than Ever 01 NINTH ANNUAL t Kentucky State Pair 1 LOUISVILLESEP- TEMBER 11 12 13 14 15 16 1911 ILL BE THERE WILL YOU 7riri THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY t RACING LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES GOOD MUSIC LEAN MIDWAY EDUCATIONtiHEADON COLLISION SATURDAY = MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For Information or catalogue write to PERRY M SHY Secretary 320 PnulJones Bulldlrigbo b No f r i Ii ru- SIIOMEYA TAlt 1ItlltJ1IQIJIi 6 1Sft Meats Ma n rt rsoli laealalaapIf IJ J41Pl alJP1l113 31 11U 4 r = r t La rfir L1 Jpjeasar t and easyway Make Somer 4 AIONEYT oiiSandis of people are doing this worK profitably For full particuhr of rvCFy HlMEral illSli can IIbnKtrsamPARseiC addres Desk 90I t 4LSCRIBNER1S MAGAZINZ- r F tave N w York Oly A apee4al enter N es tail wu e4 J l T qh IiN dd roli s 1E RG f fr I DRG 1BORT01 KIPENTDENTIT TEETH EXTRACTED i1YITrfOUT PAllN A Jla Uaif u Block up twin 4if PRINGFLD hi f i Dental Firstfoatt Work 3trictl tIJ trj A DR J fl A1UiP f+ Pyicizi7 = tii Sirim Office hours 8 to9 amu r 4 f V to 2fpnii I omoo vjonp Drurfpt J I I c UrI f 1 HE Lamptonm D Offfce in Ofera Mime i OfIccPkeius H IaRuUciicc Na 3 t + ff VVFriQRiGSBY fi ATTORNEY AT LAW Ice OTHptopl 1Ru lPJUNQPIXLD XY lvj Dr MW HYATTf Oft b over Red Cross Uc Store Office hours HyattipJp H cLltO 12 mi 4 to 5 f iI t r r t JOUN Y MAYS 1tSf run L1CEISEDD HIM t TLLEPHONEhjp tJf PRIIUF1JDII1 R If TRUSTY RACTICAL4 t iEENTIST-I 50Iceleyer Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices Sflwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY IfI l 4RailrodFollowing is the time schedule now iff effeci on too Bardstowa indv Springfield branch railroad I p4o 41Leaves Louisville at Jtt m Bardstown unctionI480p f 522 p fm Bardatqwn 6C6 p m r arrives at Bprikj Ield 655 p BV JTo 42 Leaves Springfield At 600 a m Barditown 645 ka- i Bardtown Junction 780 a Ih rarlve at Louisville 820 a ui- ii KTo 4Leves Louisville e ki- J t J 7io am Bardstown Junctiop 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a mt at Springtield 1140 p m 44 Leaves Springfield at jjarrves m Bardstown 220 P pli j Junction 410 p in 0 at Louisvillel 545 p I Irait and Shade Trees I Strawberry Plants Asparagus Blackberries Raspberries Roses Rhubard etci rWtlteIor free catalogue lea- vet no agents A i P HF Hillcniejcr SOD I 0 Lexingtpn Ky r SJ iiMJili J 6- riiI T TI Ltcal HppenlRks of I LatesttL1 i IAHAbaitYiarssIrFrisAds T Dl Q JI aM I 0Ij ia MMf I1YFIF MM J S9 tk line of fall hats now in 1 atW Jhen Sbaders fox SALE1 and pi bRfdNow iis the timexto buy a large while felt hat at Wahen Shadera JORSALE2 coming 4yeard o14 mules 0wn H Leacbman Fo SALE Good Jersey cuw or Shorthorn cow 7c EF Donelly FOR SALE Good seed rye nd wheat also good potato on lions Oli Brady eeour splendid line of llarge whte felts Wathen Shader tOR SuElbew alton 8i olcr Hickoryi 1 set of wagon bar ie i I hay frame 1 tobacco fraWt and rock frame Win sellI any of the Items separate LA Burns BORN TO Mr and Mrs Robert Beashear at Owensboro ox lJ August 6 a daughter Mrs BSbearaS formerly Miss Hat itte Curry of this place Mr S B Thompson Jr has rented the stable of the Spring field Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware oUse Co at the entrance to the fairf poundS and will take caret of feed horses of persons attend Iing the fair FOR RENivThe Medjey placet House has 9 rebms and there are six acru of ground on the prem tees Possession will be given Sept 1 1911 Call on me or phone No 108Mrs Ella U Bodine Everett cfutsinger was broughtt out for trial before Judge Litsey on list Satnrday Qn a charge of halvng broken ino the house of Adam Booker As the boy is under 17rsof age and blata therkayingrequestdtbati he be sent to toe school of reform the Jodge after hearing part of the eyl4LC ordered that be be sent to the School of Reform at Lex- Ington Friday the third day of he Fir iwill be old soldiers day All the old Veterans both the blue and the gray from this and djoiningj counties are expectedl to be in attendance It will make of it reunion ofr tOttbe old veterans who willl uleet there We highly indorse the Ides and believe it will be appreciated by the old soldiers ilathe county LosTOn last Thursday on Lebanon pike between Spring field and the Clarkson place a pocketbook containing three silver dollarsand two gold rings one a cameo and tbe other a topaz a net veU a ticket book forSt Hose picnic and other articles Finder will please re turn to this office iPolice Court U ndwasagrea day io the Police Court as there was a lar tII g6r ci4 ocket than has been for some time There were two pcontested cases andquite a num- erofdeianlt judg went takenI ICo L In carload llots Extrat quality Cheap Write or j hone R L Bald rick ICyIFoK RsNTAcottage on CoitlJ ton Avenue For panic ulars see R IE Foster r Spiingtield State Rank FOUNDA gentlemans gold watch Owner may have samel by proving property and paying for this advertisement Inquire at this office Lost Either oh the streets of Springfield or on the pike be tween Springfield and St Oath arine ctnldrgold band bracelet Reward if returned tdths officeII Sunday School Picnic JI The Sunday School oftbeI Springfield Baptist Church will held their annual Picnic this yeir on Thursday August 17th on the farm of Lum Montgomery near St Rose The wagons will lleave the church at 880 iin the morning Democratic Convention A Democratic Cop vention will be held at the COUtt House next Saturday at2 oclock p m to select delegates to attend the Delegate Platform Convention in Luu1svilleTuesdayS Snow At Opera House Manager fI McElroy informs us that the Opera House tw11l have a good Vaudeville Coi August 18 and 19 and on Septem ber5a Drama Daniel Boone will be played The play Is full of historical interest and should attract a good crowd Gasoline Takes Fire While a sign painter was pour toianbthertbe Boblitt and Brown Livers Stable yesterday morning the liquid took fire and soon the entire room was in flame and iitj was only by the hardest work on the part of the Livery Stable proprietors and employees thatt a large fire was prevented Nd reason is known as to bow the quid was ignited as the punter was pouring the contents of one can Into the other when the blaze shot no into his face rendering him speechless for a time Settles Mrs Louisa Settles wife oft Jpe Settles died at her home oh llast Sunday afternoon after an illness oL about two years Prior to her marriage she was a Miss Reed being a daughter off Henson Reed She was 58 years of age and a good Christian wo man She is survived by her husband and four children The funeral was conducted Monday at Now Hope by Rcv Olus Hamilton I waIl Mrs Tom Wall died suddenly Ion last Sunday afternoon Ih company with her family she iI fP1kbtI osiaa I X + IITh0r5daY Fridg n Safurdaf II 17August 18 and 19 IVe will v have with us a representative l of Isaac Ham I IJ Sons Baltimore Vt I toericas Premier Clotting Tailorss rSISI 1 Magnificent ii1yftf4 Merchant Tailoring Goods for the Fall teaibn FIT GUARANTEED 11 GRUNDY 8 McINTIRE1 I S had aawd to ebnrcbj atvJjW Hope uld ivl i pn Ihejwtfy asl stricken She tttifceo intd th housouf 8OQL3 triet ds wheie she died iu a few n us then cau e of tiurdenth isMippnspd haT been acute indJigehtioiv II She wZwa vramiii of nibble charyj asTer loved b al whojjnew herir Funeral ef yices wer iiconduct jjedut Ne H p MonJr vjhy Rev Olv Hamilton and o ritl was Irf the e jeery iher r it tsft One more veteran of II the civut War answered to the Itinal roll Calt in iheGrea1 Bjypnd w ijn iMr Frank Hall ajntr LcerulJi toseep t the home of 1 int daugh J ter Mrs John Holuetipp 01J t last Friday after hgl ting l1ite11 battles Tor noaiTy the iqnai tel Iof a ireniurry Mr Hal ins liorn fri Mnriort County May bOth 1838 I wheft a young man was unita id in marriage to Miss Burnett Riphersun to which union nina jchildren tSi II born 1Whenhisof his services and had called 0it tIherloyal sons tocomeD ber de fenpe in the noble paUidtisdfbi 1 bhiscall and participated 4x some of the leading bittles If tjhe Civil War His fearlessness in the dscharge of his i by the fact that inthat great dutYIiatteste high esteem in 18 by his comrades Aside from hh record ask soldier his record asja private citizen demonstrated that be kner how to be patriotic in peace as well as in war Funeral services we e condufi ted at Bethlehem Aug ist 5tb lby Rev W H Williaus a id the re mains were laidto rest in tie Cemetery at that placebMay the od rest liffttly oveit he who sleeps in Bethlehems si lent City of the Dead PERSON i Miss Rdssie Miller iis visitiog relatives in Harrodsbt igsMiss Susie Pain jis visitjig relatives in Harrison and bcoltI counties f IIIi r Mrs Lucy Rhoides fof Brownsville TExasnd Miss Lucy Stooker of Rt isellvilfej have been visiting relatives here Miss Kate Murphev of Clarfi dale Miss and Mi is wMatt Edelen of Riywick visited Miss Regepia OBryan last v ekL Mrs T P OBryan who hat been quite sick for the past ten days in improving Miss Laura Peter of Looisr yule is visititing Mrs B D Lake IiMiss Ada Shuck who has been visitiug riendhereLet Monday to vjsit friends in Le anon and Danville before return ng to her home in Independence Missouri Mr John Hudson wife afrd daughter of Lebanon pre caned i here on account of tt 9 death of her father Mr Frank Ball t Mr Frank Hall oIMackville attended the funeral pi his uncle Mr Frank Hall Miss Lettle Barber f Lebanon is the guest of her cousin Mr C F Bosey Mr R Edeled of Bardstown is here this week j Mr W AtClemen ls in Lexington today IIMr H M Grundy has returned from a visit to his aunt Mrs Emmett Field of Loni jvillp Misses Jennie Leac hraan and Emma Adams are visiting rela tives in Harrodsb rg Mrs Parks of Alabamans the guest of friends h ire Miss Leavell is uiCl1est off Mrs Matt C Mayes i Mr and MrsM Fitzgerald entertained the your folks at dance last rJvht iid vpnbr their sister Miss IViihelrnina Hertlein Ms Trim Cleucents andi daughter Marie are he guests of Mrs Margaret NUnan 4 Mrs Tom Spaldirp of Bards town visited her parents hereri SaturdayS j Rev Fatter McG ouagle of St Rose is in BmFalo New York this week i rv Prof G W ColvJn will gOl 16 Bloomfield Saturday to speakjn behalf of the establlstnneutibf JL graded school at that place Miss PearlConnor1is at pfa6 Orchard this week l Mr Frank D Mulvey of Lou isvllle was here S Sunday visiting frfend Mror and Mrs W 1 Rij son and Dudley RQ j inalir9iji1 T=T rMr JOin M ddan of Loba con was ltre yesterday Mfss P arl Claybrooke will yisit her sister lAra j D Tar er at Lexington his week IIjl lMaybrooke and ary Foiland will rMrSHH of the Vvuefe for t Alaxma zrr R Dtrrettnaoi P itik of Clark Staiou1spentciJ le daya wilhfrflativej here IQIi and MrsE S Iayet sLydaIs Grundy are attending t e Bluel grasj Fur it v5D Otiiyboke and Grundy1 4M ayes are attending theHar rodsburg fatr todav Mis Kutji tCaybiooVe is the uestof hpr i8tfir Mrsulohn L Offutt at llboomtiplda Winners at St Rose Picnic The following were the winners at St Rosejpicnic SaurdayI50 lbs of sugar by Elroy Shader Mrs R A Mclnt1re Rug donated by Cunning ham Duncan Wharton won LampdonSam Anderson i Pig donated by Joe Ryan Louis Cain 10 gold piece donated by T J Miller bdCnatedwon by Jas A Mudd Lebanon Napkinswon bj Mrs Auberry Silk Umbrella donated by Grundy Molntire won by Mrs Susie Rhodes Pair Hannan Shoes donated by Rob rtsonClaybrooke Cpwgn by Rev S A Gavin 0 P 10 gold piece donated by John L McElroy won by JbedRyan Harness donated by Barer Pettus wonby gent McIn tire Saddledonated by Malt C Mayes won by Arthur Hill Priors picture won by Mrs Tine Cecil Oil Painting painted by Miss Flora Keene won byJMrs Effie Robertson Miss Florence Mclntire won the hand ome Jeweij Rosary donated by Rev bother McGbnagle for selling most tckets Notice School Taxes are now due call and pay and save penalty G C Wharton zffoblic Sale We will at MooreaVille Ky on Saturday August 19th 1911 offer ffdr sale to the hichest bidder the ffollowing personal property 18 buggies Post Ent rprlsel and Beaumont As the seasons about over we will sell these buggies regardless of price Also a nice lot of harness We will also sell some abme stock hogs afld cattle Terras On a credit of 5 months trote with good personal securi by negotiableI and payable in mIterestGurtsinger Yates 8 M Campbell Auctioneer An Ordinance The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain JIB followsSection 1 That it shall be nn lawful for any person corpora tion company or association tto set up cause to be set up operate or permit to be operated on prem ises occupied by them or under their control within the City off Springfield Kyany slot ma chine Be Fruit machine or any other machine or contrivance which operates as a game of chance without first obtaining from the City Council k licence t ddso Sectiont 2 The license to oper ate any machine or contrivance as set out in Section No i of Lbs ordinance shall be 50000 per annum payable n advance Section ft Any prson corpor atlon company orassociationvlcif latinff any of tnis Ordinance shallbe fined not less than 500 nor more than 5000 or each offense and 1Jch such machine operates within the City of Springfield Ky without a license shall constitute asepa rate offence 1J C McElroy Mayor Attest F B Noe Clerk r If you want nice light bicoia Use While Rose Flour If you want n icet lijgh Jh i e cake UselScn JohMofej Flour by Roller Mills ijMfg e n Cry zfDIF TCItE S CASTOR IIA fPrathpa Creek i Mr Sam Mayes of Princeton ndis visiting the family J H aye JH Maves and Sm Mayps spent several days at Perry vijle llast week t Mrs Jack Ry bourn of Mao k viIe and iwo cbiidreu ar the guests of her slater Ajra l1 M aye ibis week IMr JE Carpenter happened tq ft very pairifbll accident one day last week While hauling llogs his horse which was hitched to the wagon tongue iusome way kicked bun severely bruia iInK him However he iis rapidly iimproving MISH da Haydon c p ncd school bore Mpnd iv wth good attend nee Miss Hayddb Comes to pur dis rict not ad a stranger hut B an old 1indi returning Three yeirs ugonhe tHught artry suV I cessful IoCbQOI in this diMric 1 We feel that we have a tt mroujrh I Ily competent teacher and if pajr ents do their duty in cotpp rtlinK with lier we wilt have the m i h iThe1 atjsomeatj Mr Ed Graves and family ofMtjJurday and Sunday jwerf j Smith Grove is visiting her un 1cle1 EquityFByyirtue of a Judgment and the Washington Circuit Court at the May term 1911 In Btyled cause for the sum ofDlbjjwith Interest at the rate of cent peiannnm from the elate IIfor offerIII at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the nigheSt and belt bidder at public auction upon ft credit of 12 months the following dtf Bcribed property towit inWaahlntonfrom Jensonton on Turkey creek now icontaiBllngThe costs in addition to above sum of 58458 are estimated at 76 JJUrCBaserorsecurityorl burinrIepaid and having the force and effect o requtre4to IMrspent Mr J Sunday M Mrs Saturday Miss Erastus Myrtle night ddJCksnltam1l1I I Mr Jack Mobley and spent Saturday and tile family of John Ia1uvltedIThe protracted begin Saturday night at this place everybody t3 IMrsspent Sunday wttbtbe iajcaUy of Mr Coleman Settles fti this placp Mr Clarence Derringer spent part of last week with his father of near Sharpsville Mr ErastuaPerktns and family spent Sunday with Mr JohnI Armstrong at his place Mrs John Crow was on the sick list week Mrs Lee Settles and children 1 spent part of last week wl nbCrj father of near Wl11i burg J Mr Josh Halt and family spent seyeral days last week In IFarfleld I An Ordinancej The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do ordain ai follows 4 Section 1 That the License fee for running a Moving Picture Show within the City of Springfield Ky shall be 10 per anrtum payable on the issuing of thf li cense which shall b4 iMbed b the City clcrjk on apptte iWon Section 2 AI person Vlotat iBjg any of the proviiiOM bki r inanp MhL be 1aei iy- tbpiforai9 not 8 th t5 swc ory j e ch off tMif a icliday a raovisgjtictwre abwis poc ducted withi iII MeItJbe rA ta J l J oSslroy Mayor Aflt t 1 1Oei CIrk L I 4 E tf Springfield Cleaning iand Pressing Club i i Hello where are you going Ar andpressingir nTi J 4rr Myre9Ie1 a wer are prepared to do V BETTERWORK11HANEVERf t LI iMy dry cleaning process is the best cityWorkcalledl iparts of town 1It is not too far and it isIL I andIS i i r MpNext 1 e t W ir NOTICEIdI I The following few items we dzire to call your 1 attention to whereby you can save money and at the same time get reliable goods lI our Call and see our t I IISee Glue P rtcctioni Enameled1aeOiItovei WaieIr DIAMOND Razors EDGE 1 Get our p ices on See pur line of II oofing and 0 K Freezes I I I Plumbing ofAF- a 1 SiritTZhinii VER II JtH011I i rf buHke e I I IQood1hirtgsI jfa2e op the appetising cakesV pies buiif bread I and confectionery They look goodajidari rood I They Will Make You I V Hungry 4 I I anJ if you take some home thamilii1M ss 11 you Everything from Lowneyi Chocalateitd o f I special mince pie is the bit of iU kina jolMoM II wtfl madbd perfectly delicious II jGiveust 1 1 FinGEREDn La RTLEII t 6 vil Bllli I i r Y p Black jack with white points 15 htndsh 7Veiusojd by the Rapier Ja k beby Gov Wood oppf a Black Ha1 Jennet llthehas provenhislfja grat breederque and seeYor Y Urs 1fJGv kileWill sme ieitets at jO casi aI tie J j I scrvicewkkprvRegei1retirnIga i I- p THURMAN PETERS SPRINGFIELD KY it PirA g iiIiiiii 3 lA1 I- 41Nt tIii 1- 1t rl rf CIfM C tL f 7 rww PT fTheeIsctt y ioff Sweet jj 1 Briar Gulch iW4rrIiJ t8j HENftY WALLACE 1i PHILLIPS ijj C CtffrifBt ibe fluDDsMerrilI Company tii Whl8tv therel Untie yourself yon t t jrniler bone neap And the mall was 4tt nquarter of a mile up the trail r ijmj pondered the Information ron fi cernIlg Che carefully only to adbere tI j to bis original determination lie could not see any way In which the boy w would be benefited by bearing the Inlls Still the miner at anything l4 ordeccpvtI ylsb Anne was here to tielp me he thought Shed know what to do it He sat long looking down tilt handMti clasped about his knees drinking with f I old Tantalus But the reverie ended ORZLTLXTTLEPAPOO8E JUST HZSuDI DUD as It always did In action There was nothing for It but the claim Success there meant success everywhere It was the knowledge tbafAnne the boy and all be wished to do for both depended on the pay streak which ball urged him to such a fury of effort His Carelessness of his own life ttrat led him to slap his timbering up any AndtwarnitingIt was a still and beautiful noon Goes bad pulled out the last car be fore dinner and started for the cabin A curious groaning and snapping from The tunnel baited him It waa ibagiving of the tortured timbers On thtf heels of that came a dull crush tromicannon preceded by a stock that nearly threw the boy off bis feet Then all was still again The sun bone as brilliantly as before blazing t mow upon the ghastly faceof a little j soy wboaftetone heartbroken cry or- t i LuJlmg 0n Jims killed sank down thigerrt thrust In his mouth that the pain might make the black wave keep Its Ij distance For Cbes knew that be was alone that there was no human being with t in miles to help the man cngInIn the band of that mischance but himself 4 so frantically willing but so Impotent must git me wits tergedder 4 must And down came the teeth with all the strength of the boys Jaw JI fOh what will do What vIII fl doT The little head wavtfd frpm side to side In its agony and a sudden sob truck him In the throat After that one small weakness rose 5CbesFelton hero To the mouth of the tunnel he went Above the tum bled plleiof dirt and timber ran a sort of passage between It and the root way along which a boy might crawl and find out If all the frames were down to which the silence of the tunnel gave a bitter assent or If by ome most lucky chance oqeor two had beI4 and JJm be safe within i Cbes climbed to the top and thrust Ida head into the gloom Jim he called Jim No answer Before him lay the ruin of his part DaYs work It was over this that his path jay as deadly dangerous a path as could be found The slightest d1s turbing of the roof above might bring down a thousand tons of dirt upon the Ienewh ventured slowly rind hideous theIllcheerful worjd without With this knowledge before him and his Inborn fear of the dark bole as daunting as thahnnd of deatb itself be took his soul In his gripe and wormed his way IwithinOnce the sharp end of a broken piece of lagging caught In his clothes r add be could gtf neither forward nor back There for a second he broke down Bracing upacaln be managed Bomebow to get the old knife but of his e pocket and cut bl nisei t free He could see little hereLeen 4I when his eyes grew accustomed to the dark ss It was nn endless Journey In places where the dirt closed in he i would be a full minute progressing a r foot and ayinlnnte of such mortal ter ror as seldom tails to the lot of man t of peace or soldier f But It endct Suddenly the boys outstretched hand encountered only emptiness below That frame bad held He dove into the space bend first nod landed on 80netblngso tand warm the body aL W ne flair totfiaTtlTnTtln paroxysm ot joy ho Uunrt t upn the ouLf Monies flgnrn nnd n d ntw neart This too be soon uqnpr Ht Jim bad just inucli sh6w Any delay might wipe It out Ho win tird the mans pockets until bf fouud a uiauh tjy its light he saw the candle turk Into Jtbe post and 11tH Theft hP Rrielt be his partner apiln IsIde realized what Cad happened IhlltantbProtp the rnjnmlfv Jim startled by ibt tuttr fttn yleUJlnc timbers haJ made a rush only to bo BtrucU down by the rock that now lay within an inch of him yet struck into f safety for eli that Had be gone a yard farther the life yould have been smashed out of him Instantly But now what The flowing blood sent a slckeuUig chill through the boy Had be done this much Only to be able to see bis pardner die Bo drove his teeth into ills band again at the thought What was than Was It a trick of the tunnel his beart sounding Jn his own ears or a rhythmic beat from outside Hollow and dulf fell that clatterclumulattercluni- Budl l screamed Ches Tank God dats BuuT After half a dozen efforts bo climbed tbroughInever make itl Budll fink were somewberes an pull on Bud oilI be called at the top of his lungs the tunnel swallowed the Uttle voice Desperation mddc him entirely reck less It was any way to get out before the mall man Wae beyond call Glairy With sweat be pulled tugged squirmed and wriggled along until a dirty small bundle rolled down almost under the mail riders feet Whoa shouted Bud with an as tonishcd oath Whats the why boy whats the matter Dasb1It bow you scart m- eDertunnelstU In Bud Jims In dere where der frames held Hes lIvin yet but bes got a turble cut In Ijishead How far back be asked Tree frames was held Dero was seven ten foot apart How much is dntr Forty feetten footaphrtl No won derj Oh Jim Bow could you nave been so careless The boys shoulders sbpok once Nowtf1aUcontorted out of all humanity bat held the tears back tnceI Bud leaped from his horse you mind Cbcwsy lad be cried hugging up the little figure Well pet him out of that Could we haul him out the way you went No dere aint room and It you touch dat root hartrhe shuddered Bud sucked in his breath werent the sandy little man to If1ouI he said He stoo i a moment in si lence going over It alL Ches he said there aint any time to lose If Jims cut like that be may bleed to dotath in there when we cpuld Save him all right It we bad him outside Theresa party of miners down the road eight nile They wits having their grub as went by Chances are theyll be there yet Theyve got furmen and a team could ride back 00ICbes caught his band kin tit Bud he pleaded q cudddnt doI nothln If stayed here an you could do a heap rPnt me up and let meI try All right said Bud The good Lord kept you from getting hurt In the tunnel Perhaps hell see youI through again Shut your eyes and bold on tight when you strike tbe blfih places and dont touib a reIn Leave1 It nil to old Buck lie stepped forward nnd caught the horse b the tilt Itutk be said as tbuugb talking to u huninii bolugyou and me have teur through n Urrip together Uont1 tall doreu on me now Take the kid afe old boy He aught Ches upI and tbrPW him across the saddle Youlr only have to tell em whats Happened The Lord send nothing hui vus to you Joodby you bravo little devil WpU win out yet Go ItI Rtick CHAI TER VI1 while one of Jims friends EArn pick and shovel like a man the other was sway on top of a galloping horse gripping the pommel of the saddle with all the strength he bad and shutting his eyes when he came to the places bI Captain Hanrabans party were min ers of substance They were working their way out to a new country to suit tbfir Inclinations it tied Jut beenI unvested that It was perhaps to rut the trail again when the captain saw a figure on u horse tlylug athwart Uu mountain side flub said the captain that mans trunk or crazy Uoly sutlerin gasped the man next him us the yellow horse slipped a turn nnd sent a shower ot gravel n thousand feet bdow hint wtis noar touch ds the horse caught him oil ned swept on Looks to me like a rase of trouble faj snlda third speaker Thai nl hoyrHIpruhn lily Ills folks nlIgllr Iu lit fitin bod fur letting him out on such an nuluial Well spread out pyjs ann well catch iiitn lInt Buck atupped In two Jumps ai Chis command of Uhun Frens cried the hoy me hard tiers caught fa a tunnel dat cava in on him Kin yur help us out 1hrtv mile above JOnes nlll lie had not hulrfhVd the sentence b fjure two meu sprung tor the Dorses The rest Kranbed picks and shovels and burled theta Into the wagon Wejjf bp there wniuiping said aptnlti IlnnmiuiD lmik r piti u Ihcs weakly fho t rUt u n anat What Ails Ygit Do heediiror taste morning SSrtbUrn nftcrTath dizzy spells peororvariblo PPetiteD U atties and kixidred 11 iyptos 711 ofthaHTeIroDlbilioliftlteitW liTerwith ndigegtio 4 r dyepepif4 4DrahPireg Godea Medical DO Tcrr 1d thst qItrasablsdjcj 1 prtireska Ie aaedicalIcieae for tli pcrint f4ssh abermalcoailiUonsL Itis a ziiost t V JWoraor 1omac DJojxnTclJo4 IfII Iestreridtbner cI IL 1l f Medical Discovery isnot Spatent medicine or secret nOstroaa L S irn w o U Ingredient attestedIc wiJllihowthat iit contains nQ uijccjljolorliaruut 4d W buiIorai drugs ItiIIJlu d extract made with ui ipI neaolfroptt strength frpi the root native Ainfracsn lfl dic lILWor11tDispcnsar Medical Uocjation Iropi lldo N r I nuJnttrl little He rid natO to fPoor iiardtfrr fuici tifo rwnrnln in nipb yourselves buys j AH renrtu Got ib wbfrkj iyH IMifnetiouKtT Stick the axes wlI r vjkonl Jump louse and rut n legufi suuieiof us Tie tIle horse bsbltd Good animal that All right let erti go They went ovpr stpm apd cullers the tools clausttiu anil tiflLglZig tit 10 leap from the agJU the imeu cling- Ing to Hit d luirds furl dear lire duwu hillsides ike the lanl ot a roof the nones keeping out of the way of the wagon up the other side with the reeking animals straining every fiber over bridges that bent fearfully beneath the shock of ttjelr pnset swaying around curves wltb the wheels slewing nnd spneksj flying and over the level as though thd devil him self were behind tl1tmIIt was the record trip for miles in a wagon In bat eightI The driver stood up a foot braced on either side the reins throwb loose the whip plied hard and every urging that voice could give shrieked fut by bis powerful lungs It was like the rush ora Ore gine plus twice the speed und twenty times the danger Above th pounding of boofs the din of rattling metal the crash smash and roar of tjhe wheels and the yells ot the driver could Ira heard the man Pete ccojwpuncber cheerfully singing Ron yogr tails and roll em high Well all be angels by and by Braced in the back corner sat Cap tain Hanrahan his leg keepIng some pverboardboidTng Curse it all Billy be screamed the driver miss some of rImt toI pants will you Ive got on a utv pair Ill take era clean off you the next time cap retorteQ the driver They Joked which way seem heart less but they risked tneiij necks a hundred times aud that isnt very heartless Thats the place i reclonl cap said the driver pointing omebody working there now Give em a boot replied the capi ttanBud stepped out and held up bis hand in answer to the yell hfhe wave of thanksglclng at the sight of this most efiicient help took all the stiff mallIsawinl frenzied team to a standstill and the iiien sprang out Reckon we are said tup captain Now whats upjf Is the boy hurt Qe aint hurt himself basheT uPIInIHull answered brtehy but Pete and Billy get to cutting The rest ot you come here manded the captain f comI You aint going to stop lo timber Ofrbnrf All bli troubles come of carelessness sow you Just keep your clothes pn and let me run this tblni AVeH have your friend Out in np time and there wont be uo tore men stuck o there with a bill atop of em in the doing of IL What youve there is a help nil right buiIt doneI uqsy have meant that wed bad two men Instead of one to hunt for Youre dead right said Bud Tell me what Im to do The captain took bold as only a man tau who has the genius sot It knew by long practice wbdt size ofHeI relief tunnel meant real speed of prog CAPTAIN Irtlisthe least dirt to bo remOved to make It possible that men cquld work to advantage And his tutmui safely rough celled went In at the irate of a foot a minute When at last they pulled the linen slble mnn out into the light of day iftd found that while blaf wound though severe and if neglecjejd mortal was not likely to be daugenuus with good attention the captain paid that tie must be getting about his business Oh stay a little longer Tellers till necowesto remonstrated Bid Hed ike to nave a chance to say Thank Bugs replied the nPta 66Vou tell him he owes us a drink and as a particular favor to me please not to his frames over four too apart In hat grounil1 Well boys can thank oqand Im going to said Hud ifnat man is my friend and It you hadnt come us you did ifSay let go Interrupted the cap laIn YoucJ harp done tthe same thins yond bien us wvuidht your Yes oduilttfd Bud reltictintly And you wnuidnt wnntto be thauUcd for It a white chlpnoren we do conrludod the captain if theres any thai ks coming it is to that little two toot rhunk of man yonder Snak lug over that tall was nthlng to put a frlmp in ani ody You was jboudd to help your pardner wasnt yop son The boy looked up into theicaptalns eagle face Id er got to lInt bo an swered simply t ter chew me way In like a r1ttThe captain stepped back ahd looked at hIm By thunder be said sjowly believe you would change came over the thin arrogant fflce He stooped suddenly raised the boy and kissed him Now get out jo this he roared at the driver as lie leaped Into ttile wagon Pretty good folks when jroure in firouhleMUnt they CbesV said Byd 4llltnd hove dolt Jrday hadnt comu7Ilnt It moV time Jim vas hInTing UutW fifrmanotiiersi p onful of- WIJ1KJUt lInt tXJtL him to start right npjitd bop uroind He gin tin uitvtIlltlItUI bQy r4r that ac the dt It iriig ltu1rteuwv nr UI i hello unesr nesaiu wrudrflhKly tllnve IlJeen asleep 1 Whv whil the luvlls the matter with mr ltedtlt jHe niisvd lila band to tile spruce gtitu hi iiaje Phew but l feel weak be sighed as his hafia dropped Some hugs happened What UH 1here with friend on elcb side hiiidlnc u ijund they told him the sIt ry jt was a xiicrjed reimimi The gratitude of the man saved and the proiestatlor iJof the others that they would have done all they did a thousand times gain would only seem childish in repetition They cried too vblcb Is ln a child but the in two excusatl Men women dont cry Itbott less Bud and n and Cites cried and criedagainsee said Bud at last this IWeu feel eher but it wont get the work done live got to go out and Ox old Buck iantj set in some Ore wood Ob Ill dothbtl cried Jim raising himself on his e bow You Jeered Butt You look Uke Now you rigut down there and IlU well Thatll your play It would make us teel ai If wed wasted our time If we had Jto turn to and bury you after all the trouble weve bad Youre good toitwo weeks in that bunk old horse TwoWPeks cant Bud cant I must get up b tore that You lie down there Hear me But Ill haie to see to things around You ca it stay II stay right h Ii till youre well But the mall 1he devil sal the mall or anybody else that wants tbe Job Uncle Sam my wont hopIeh to my collar button because ot the line sendoff my friena the Inspector give And somebody will get orry tyed up In town and come down to id whaf loose Hell take the bags U en Its oiL settled But there art other things Let em rest Now Im off to do the chores Ob say speaking of mull heres n letter of you forgot nil goIwood The miner loo led at the letter in his band and u tine of blood crept Into his white cheek then ebbed leaving them whiter thii i before Suppose other men who wanted therefwere money learti Ing wit Was this blt tterest of blows io fall upon him whrn IIho was alreadyJdown He looked at his blindly green from loss of blood tried ha muttered tried Stljl the very touch of the paper seemed to have something warm nud heartening In it It was from her anyhow With sudden strength be tore It open and rend Dearest Dearest JlmI yield the whole case You are right It Is toimy shanie that clear lIghted nesB came from no SOUrce within me but from a 9etMy sherynulIiyi poor but they do not can and theirs Is the wise economy Life la too short to waste Jfm see now put it all In your hands dearest K you cannot come to me I ahill come to you J IJ believe Im only lukewarm by bablt by nature wish tell you r sorry I am for the Urns hay a8quanderedjIll show you nx time or sOy place Ind no condl liens now Jim Chats all my dear brave lover Good nlgbtl Your own ANNE He was sitting bolt upright Unco more be devoured the letter Then be SrThank can rest now he said The golden unset light played in riotous Joyousnss on the cabin walls little creek Ipughed out loud so 11he Thee and bud approaching the It iras a beauilfni and happy worldITus END WALL STREET rThe Human Side of New Yorks Great Financial Quarter To the man ho looks from without Wall stret It 1deepof perils which threaten loss and per haps ruin to tIm who enters there Andsuch In toQUiauy Instances It tins proved to be But nevertheless there is a decided human side to Wall street Itr Is perhaps the most two faced street In tlie world Here men who occupy tb highest pinnacle of financial succes md who are power ful kings in fa t dally brush elbows with ofllcc boys and bank messengers getrlcbqulck highwaymen silly and pretty girl stenairapbera curb brokers and curb merchants and sharp tongued Ullitileagain 4t night Wall street may bo said to be the most dpmocraMcl strer t Intlio world tor all its vast kvealtb There fs no street where a crWd will gather more quickly than there even upon the smallest pretext It may be a street taker selling sone newfarigled toy or a man gilding the ball on n flagpole 600 feet up In the a suffragette milk ing a speech would transfer practical ly the entire po mlation from n dozen skyscrapers to lthe standing room only In Her lm ledlnte vicinity Out unless one hurt rlie will not get a good view of f ic fair creature for Boon sIte lostrom view In tangles of Uckertape tted lu reels from the nearby oflle wig Jows n favorite sport among IlIe hrolijjo e lion e rierks This sort ot till f usually takes plnco during tile nun IIhClUr ittul nt that time nil wmk Is USMMICI lIt the first sound of bpIn the dIstance Everybody tiles tu the curb Uuslness can wall InthlsuuslLsj of streets for most nnytUIng before 2 oclrtck when the chImes of Trinity wnmd the after noon session nn4the street settles down to its serious business of mat ing financial history Such Is the ev rytlay oulsldo tle crooked strepiwith the river at oue end and n eel ictory at the other which has sent i ores upon scores to owl oiitbe othci pie street with a destlny Strand i ngarine t IAL to th Fireplace The sides of fireplace should be well splayfd or Ii ilod In order to reflect te heat Il Arts and Dec ra tfonThe Imck sjr uld lean forward at the top for Ute stf le purpose and the fireplace should fit be too dEep Atprojecting chlmntg produces an effect of pushing the pu 3tt away whereas a receding one becjl dns him nearer toj enjoy the bospltoj 9ottlle open 4reiFor this reason tns 1bgieflooktbatjlat the flreplnpe butlt th- eeciaiozyitud t room Is attractlvje RAILWAYS IN JJAPAN 7V Filthy Cars ud Dirty Stations Land a of Cleanliness The railway Journey from Kioto to Yokohama dwiplte the fact that most beautiful country Is traversed Is not the pleasuntest of experiences declares u writer In the Wide World One buys a railway ticket In Japan In Installments The ordinary ticket only Enables ode to go by a train covering the mini mum distance jn the maximum time so an extra express ticket Is pur chased which means that the engine ItsINext a platform ticket must be procured to enable one to board the train and finally one has to fight ones way Into a first class carriage Why do all the passengers in Japan take their lug gage Into the already painfully small carriage Instead of leaving It In the van And why again does a nation that Is a password for cleanliness the world over possess a train service so shockingly dirty In every detail tlWe once in a weak moment looked Into a station masters room at a large station and for pure dirt it could have gfven points to a dust heap In the train carriages thp floors Are covered with the dirt of ages cigarette ends orange peel sandwich papers At in tertals a porter saunters in with a brush and leisurely sweeps all the retust1nton corner having first care fully closed every window so that no atom of discomfort or Infection shall be lost Finally he departs leaving behind him the rubbish and an atmosphere charged with germs and angry words Truly a Japanese porters definition of clearing up Is removing rubbish from one place to another A TURKEY FEAST General Lee Showed His Officers the Way to Enjoy It General Lee In the drawing room a dignified and quiet gentleman very kindly and gentle especially with fieldIin other points be couldbe ns sympatnett Ic and considerate as be was at home In the latter part of December a barrel was delivered at our camp marked General Lee nndjStaff We opened It and tooth It full of turkeys We sent word to General Lee and he rode over to our camp There was snow on the ground and we had laid the turkeys out on a board on the snow the biggest in the middle and the others tapering off to the smallest at each end There were about a dozen of them General Lee dismounted and joined the group gathered round the present carrying his unslung add undrawn sword In his timid He was told that tim big turkey In the middle was his He stood looking down at the turkeys for a moment and then said touching the big turkey with the scabbard of his sword This then Is my turkey I dont know gentlemen what you are going to tio with your turkeys but I wish mine sent to the hospital in Peters burR so that some of the convalescents may have a good dinner Ho then turned on his lei and walking to his horse mounted and rode away We looked at one another for n moment and then without a word replaced the turkeys in the bar rel and sent them to the hospital Gilberts Witty Comment Sir W S Gilberts wit and humor were always ready Qe was a tine raconteur und a good alter dinner speaker tint land ttnrrlngton tthe old Savoyard said that staying id Gil berts house was like living In n erary fireworks factory Barringtun played the Captain in Gilienificent sta4e nuuui er told him to cross the stage whlcii represented the deck of U S Pinafore and sit on ii skylight Ina pensive attitude Harrington obeyed orders but unfortu nately the skylight had only been rigged up temporarily and the portly Harrington crashed through It an exp nslo attjtude said Ijhat in a dash- Wantei to Convert Utopia When the Utopia was first publish ed It occasioned a pleasant mistake This political romanee rqpreents a perfect but visionary republic In an Island supposed to have been some where In the Atlantic near these west ern shores As this was the age of discovery says Granger the learned Budaens und others took It for genuine history nnd deemed It expedient to send mis CopleIBookChattel Mortgages mnn who gives Hiittol mortgage should always esiitnie It carefully to malie HUrtlll is not on demand Sharp money lenders who loan funds on chattel mirtsiKis often try to have this clause inserted nnd when It Is tbeI borrower may expect to part with his chattels at almost any moment It Is a trick by whlch advantage Is often taken of the unwary On the Fenc Ate you nn optimist or n pessi mist Both I hope for the best but dont bet onit ns n sure thlngExchange To live long It Is necessary to live wlyCicero To Stop Hiccoughs Simple cases uf hiccough are often relieved by such measures as sucking ice or taking suit und vlncgursaya the New York Medical lonrnal Pulling ro1lucnXltended nnd grasping some beam or pole so that his feet do not touch abdom1nalimnsclcs breath ns long as possible Sneezing is very efficient in certain cases since it Is the exact opposite to hlccoug being a sudden expiratory act McSwInoyo Gun Neat Horn Rend County DonegalS Ireland there is atbole In tthe rocks called McSwineys gun It is on the pcacoast nnd la said to have coriafcc ion with a cavern When the norDI fwlndc blows and the sea at half i flood the wind nnd the waves pnter u the cavcrnnnd sind up jets ot water- from the gun to a height of more han 100 foot The jtsof wpter are accompanied by explosions which WilY bo heard for miles 4 rii ALCOHOL u almost the worst thingfor ManYofthejultMgood7 1Inot adrop InsUton having I Scotts Emulsion I FOR BT AU DBUOQI8TB PAPUAN SAVAGES The Most Treacherous of All the South Sea Natives A TRIBE OF HEADHUNTERS The Solomon Islanders Kill and Eat Their Enemies a a an Incident of their Weird Religious RitesStorm ing a House In a Treetop The name Papuan Is that given to the dark sklnnedrpeoplQ who Inhabit the greater numbbr of islands in toe part of the Pacific ocean known as Polynesia and Melanesia and whose headquarters as Jt were are in the great islanjl of Papua or New Guinea Under Tthis description come the in habitants Of the Solomon Islands So evil has been the reputation of the Solomon ISlanders that until quite recently they were carefully avoided and very little was known aboUt them They have the name of being the most treacherous of all thb south sea natives yet considering the treatment they have received 4n the past at the hands of white men this is nottl be wondered at indeed the wonder is that they allow any white man at all In their couptry But now that they have had a chance of seeing come more favorable specimens than the dregs of humanity wbo formerly drift ed tothe south seas they are much Improved and a man who treats them fairly may as a rule go among them without tear Still even now there is a beautiful uncertainty about the life of a squtb sea trader One dayhe may be sur rounded by cringing natives who obey his every word lint some night if he has cheated the Papuan too gross ly there is murder In the moonlight and the trader Is never heard of more Often however there seems to be no reason for the natives turning against the whites It is simply that they obI Ject to having a trader in their midst So they burn his goods and end by killing him The Solomon Islanders ore as keen head hunters as the Bornenus and every year except where they are held in cheek bythe British govern went set out on head hunting raids pure and simple Although cannibal ism Is still practiced In the wilder parts of the group It Is nowadays mostly q religious ceremony nnd not a matter of diet Tile Islanders do not generally kill and eat people for en 4oymcnt but either because their re llgion demands h human sacrifice or because a henq Is needed for some ceremony jlif Tsabol one of the largest islands in the Solomon group the natives build b uses In the highest trees to escape frpm the attacks of head hunting par tits wiio sometimes come as far ns 200 mites In their search for skulls One of these hpuses was built In n tree 150 feet high All the lower branches had been cut off so that the stem was quite bare until the platform Some eighty feet from the ndwns reached Access was had to the house by a rickety ladder composed of rungs lashed toa stout pble with rope of twisted cane When an attack Is ex pected the women and children take refuge In these houses while the men keep watch They warn each other of the approach of ajfleef by a curious cry which heard Is never to be forgotten These bouses are substan tinily built as often the inhabitants have to withstand n long siege In them The floor Is made of plaited bamboo laid on a layer of bark which rests upon the platform The walls are of bamboo and the root is thatched with sage palm The particular house to which I have referred meas ured by 15 feet and forty persons had been known to take refuge In It If the attacking party land and the men cannot resist thorn successfully they too ascend to ttUft tree house A pile of large stones is always kept ready for emergencies outside the door of the platform and these the men hurl down on thelrfoos Sometimes however the enemy construct a shelter beneath which they caq work away and cut the tree down and they hate even rbeon known to ascend the ttree while the Inhabitants were off their guard and set fire to the house Nowadays hpwevtr bead bunting IsI Indulged in only op special occasions Often Indeed when head Is required the chief gives notice oJ the tact to the different tribes and offers n rewar for one The chiefs of the villages look around and If In any of them- thOrois n native who has made himself objectionable for tiny reason they decide that his bend shall coma off and the reword be earned The victim Is not told of his Impending fate but Is carefully watched by n man who has been told to secure iris head He watches every uioveiiiPUt of his vIe tim and when a favorable opportunity presents Itself quickly andremorse lessly kills him cuts off his head and carries it to the chief who pays for It in shell money This even happens to white men If they have made themselves unpopular Money Is paid over for the skull which goes to join the chiefs collection John Foster Frqzer In Ney York Tribune Proud of If Collector Im jroliiK print a book of deadbeats pictures pad ydure go lag to be on the front iittaC Egotis tical Nopnl S y ltor itinli would f have to tq get nn flit iovprJ ChJV ungn Xeivi I Elqpplness grivs tit ur own flrpstde nndt not to ln ylfUw Jiji lostrntiuiT Jnf1lrh nlHlil hrrlir The Main TS f Political LeiidirITinv doc Rumi stnni7 Hcinrlii I1ll right iIIlS- Us holonp tyJfln wimi ltlcnl iwrtv us we tie Iiiltn lndr CunfoUHd iti Tliniit ftiJn hI4WUlpu or gn1ustIIstuck I About the Sam ThlnQ Sttlhll1cf mi run fiiucoxt itmnnt for givIng jidrlp rnwloj tow vould pouring water on n ducks beck do Pblindelpbia Raeto 5 = i tdr n Cry for Fletchers The Kind You Btavo Always Bought and rtlilcli has been in use for over jO years has borne the signature of nffl peryjfc supervision since its infancy thlIIAUJgodabtExperiments that trifle with and endangeV the health of Infants and Children Experience against Expcieatff What CASTORIApastoria is harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare ItconthinsneItiier9Substance Its ago is its giiarariteo If destroy Worms and allay P verishness Jt Qures Diarrhoea arid TVlnd Colic Constipation11nd sleepTo cr8 nd GENUINE GASTORI A ALWAYS y Bears the Signature of Tfo ttdYou have Always Bought IIn Use for Over 30 Ytars s v einegr seW voc errs jq = a Stubborn Case u I was under the treatment of two doctors writes Mrs R L Phillips of Indfarf Valley Va Mtnd they pro nounce my case a very stubborn one of vfomanly weakvness j IIwas not able to situp when l ommenced to take Caridui III used Jt about one week before IISaW much change foryearsliasina longtime and cannot jspetk too highly of CirduL 0 TisCARDUI WomarTonic if you are eof those ailing women who suffer from may of the troubles so common to Women Cardui is a builder of womanly strength Composed of purely vegelable ingredients It acts qtiicjdy on the womanly system building up womanly srength toningup the womanly nerves rand regulating the womanly system Cardui has been in successful use jor thort than 5ft yfars Thousands of ladfls have written to tell of the benefit they received from iit Try it for your troubles Begin ttoday IIIIItforEVERY BUSINESS MAIN 4k Rcognizes the importance of conducting aft business de tails t telephone both local and longdistance Itlis economy in saving of time and Tnoneyv Unexcelled telephone service can be hab 3 ocerthelfnes of the Cumberlandl Telephbhle r had TelegraphCoip r pany longidistapce connections to all important points in the United States rates seasonabe4service the best CUMBERLAND TELKPHONPTBLEGRAPir c6MJ ANYi i qrportfcd t- Ghosts Without lieaci Speaking of gbosft the London Chronicle says that headless coaches are fairly numerous In England JTbe most famous Is the one Uia drive once a year on the anniversary of Anne EoleynS execution upi the avenue at BIJ JUIhE1 Norfolk home The coachman and the tOur horses have not a head between them and Annes own Is not upon her shoulders but she holds it In bet IflR as she sits In the conch all In white Attbe ball door the whole apparition vanishes Annes father lr Thpmns also rides In n couch dmwn by heiidless horses once a year liml his ride lis much more exciting than bl daughters Ee has to cross ftirty Jiiiintv bridges dnVlng tilt nIght ilnd n ctiinpjjny of yelllnp de woes pursues till innrli JOIiPtp the horses gulittr 1llr ItoW the Horses heir the noise If fluy havtf no ears rA Shadow Ft tyMiles Long The ppnk iff T MiWfe irnjift Imp shndim utIetlIiIIg upirnrd sit lft miles upnws Itt liii ind IrtiIIiecllle lug the jtdjofnuij IsliimK Rxii genti ed sliudows of lninuijisi size arecom niciniy seAi in inifliv oilier place llt tilt llnrz ilioumniu till sionijred iltttter of thi UrTKkeii nimws iirgantii shadows of ujouiitnln vliiiibers Into tb sky repealing every im Teuieiit lUnd by them The snny wiwrs mi liu siiuunlt of Pumbiimnrrn in Vru Uu the tops ofiAlpIiip petiks and on the summit of lieu Ioiirniid lir S tit fand mists In one taAp and nirVlleq air In the other explain iluw optUn Illusions The Miue Ijiuvi Yintduep also Colored Shawns jiIgitig ht eijch hour of the day nnti irnriotble to the dispersion Of the solar rtiys Scientific Amerlcad I More y orry t of rafQclnlI dont rcpHed the political mail l er JtThen why lii ypir InsisttcreuiItln him wfthit prpftldenlhiLbponjjy4 llifi ttvlngt t about Etcimnje Stow to Indorse A man liiual htnk before he RpeaJcs itjl JIt rItibift OiLtb reI11hdUII Mn Stnxj SAnd be siiaofd think KtljI11I1iitIir bore he writes N uimi nn the nck or any sqrt of docitnienr Vhnlilnclon Star AH Mutt Help A wise wan wlbitlbrsnot assistf with his counselM aricli miu with his charity and a poor tnau with hfa hia- re perfect nubancealB a a wealth8wlft Oftel IliBiijjrIn A Weikwrf Ij fiwrWnt Th Unhealthy iMjwyJlake Jmtvct heed Weak and unhealthy kidneys ire re sponsible formuchsickness and snflfoing kidneyAutItJ1Jl continue serious re Suitsl ore most likely tofollcnv Yoorother organs say need attention but you kid neys most because they 3tf most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your i tire body is affected and how every orgui seems to fail to do fts duty t feelbadlybcgiattaking KihnerV SwampRoot A trial mil con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate efect of Iwarap Rpot the great kidney ahlI- adder remedy is soon realized It tauds the highest because its remarkable icalth fetoring properties have bewi fj uroven in thousands of the most distress ng cases If you iieed a medicine you mould have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedol mayhaveby mail free als4 a xuuphlet telling you tow to Cndout if you have kidney or Bladder trouble Mention this paper liea writing to tr Kilmer do 3inghamton N Y Dont nuke any mis j ake hut remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you Something In place of SwampRoot If 4puy7o you wmlje disappointed A BuroFAfer year of Mudy devoted fo the topic Professor Alfrpf NVwiutrof n bridge ltaled fiiI ltJiuitt uliilt Icji jeIthe untlre tiiuw nctn x ih t jr lery he added twi cjinllip tiimi explained V lilt tidsriu tiian uf enci lluin Iiy tire flmpe minded avt ng of flni1uiiiv InqutsitInasL L51 kiif1Ek1y 4FT-bli tiiilIi airreeul the il zntig en are not so inquhstfas vo ien i1Indelphlil necqro a iWhata man sanir sort of a slT4iselly Ikat wssshd give a 4lbl llisb to Hhhny costs York Run eiaoiswhoI plsar si I tIsworM Health pSC I4 C0SISt L