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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r = c c i I ESTABLISHED 1 J W x 1N1883I J1 1ji r il Si i f vt ft d J ii i N SERIESrWOL xciNO 32 5RtfBFELDf WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 24 9l t r- SI i r 7 A OO E veA n IDEMOCRATIC PLATFORM 1 Ili t jprr o arty Hops For t t tF ri 1 t Success InNovenperw hi 1Iff 9t The pJatforjiif adopted by the DmocratiConvnUoniasome wbat lengthy document contain iing 25 planks The first three I t deal with National Issuesi and t the c raaining 22 deal with state fJrlssU i Tie priqcipal plnlid are as rotjpws f J Sec 4On State Is ji tIen viuoicy island of right ought to- be a Democratic StaleVandtbe-v democratic party Jin appealicg l for the apporb of the electpratjp ttTn1telligent records it has made with those madeVy its political adversary during the temporary occasions ft has Controlled the affairs of they j 4e s Asfc apains the Republican record in Rentucky of assassinal lion bloodshed and disregard of Iawwe present the Democratic + picureof peace sqrupuicusvre gard for human jife and ia strict j observance of apd resneat for t law as against an empty treasury j 1 and rejectionj and shaving of honest demands against the State we present a picture dia magnificent State Capitol erect cand paid without any ex taxf and every jstclain3 hIit inst the State pijomptlyv met jlnd2paid in full as aganspIatp- edgesand tJ ptomtsebrok- audf n made to be broken we Resent a record ofan pl and promises faithfuliy kept asII against bypocrisv and incompetency Ave present aI record of sincerity fidoh v clmi petency ind state8mau bJpIl f fae detfolifice the Cti pttttc1n G m partIsan unjust acfopjn iI pardoqmg tleiDen indicted for participation in the as asinatioo 1of William Goebel the Governor of our State and we asserts that f those pardons we granted for political t reasons and not upon merits of the cases We charge ihej R ipublican party both in the State and ill be nation with gross exMviva gance and willful waste in r expenditure of r the p3bpleV mpuey and wt phiti ours Ipsl ft HH H v sr w r rww 7tfi tP11i NEwsf Ei l DEg1 i t fc y I ye v andIlstrutl I publi1 ai1iirs f USe 5We are in Jay or ofoa rdirecb prinviry electibti Jaw fprovid ing tbat all prmryelec ftonssbatl be coDdtfcted urTder Jlawful authority and ut pub icex penss and to be regufa ed in this siub maul er tQd uDj l gghsame penalties ion violations as case of regular tlectiotis iin Sic tlWe favor the enact meet of an explicit and effective orrupt practice act whicti sliall determine what tauipagn tx penses stall be logitVmate and wuich snail pivi 1e fct the cim- puisory publication ifrdetal un KUer beuvFy penal tiesof the carBi pitgn expensas of everi cindiT dite fov public officer ci7 WefdVur the pnaci tg of such additional la vs as witi make oucjBntjr comm 1 school system more efficient nd more practicah ISec lOWe favor a change in the present method of selecting the Prison Commissioners of thp State and the removal of all pphtics from the management of our penal institutions Vhrte jBommending the present Board of Prison Commissioners for its successful taanagement of the institutions under its tare we recognize that the system of nIdelunwjse and we therefore favor such a change as will place tbeir appointments in the hands of the Governor subject to eonfirma iton by the Senate or same other method such as the ten mil Assembly way provide Sec 12We favor the General Assembly submitting to a vote of the people whether or not they desire to adopt an amend medt of our State Constitution broadening the powers ofthe neraJAssembly so that itmay classify prop r tVi Ifor the pur rinses of taxation butwe areop p6ltq anyIawuie e t oT whtch would be to lighten tike burdens ot taxation en the wealthy and on cprporations at the expense of the poor the farmer or the laboring manrr Sec 13 Temperance is essen tially a moral uonrpolitical and secial question and should rot be made a pahisanne between political parties We favor the extension of the present local oplonlaw1as np plied to to the sale of liquors M ltX X4 ir ir I jl1igj talit utiona11sp1that the citizen s each and evefy coun v in heI State m y1 detetfmine for them selves whetherspirituous vinqus beoold 1tbt I WtseIstrkuction of roads anti hridgjes Hbut rtniy on condition tbatj ch couny or locll crmraunity which Is primarily benefited shall fiptj- do is part and poLy 10 itsell iniri ischargAIiti 6iec 1JWefavora law pro hibiting peonagi fm d fe tale slave trHChV eg rr3fpss of color JI Sec 20 WH areopposed to al h1favorofpenalty possible under ou 0n rtitution on all officers Who iail to protect prisoners instructed to their keeping F b21 The Democratic party IIHS alwa s been the party fI linJibertylinj 1mIIportnnt are in full accord both inJletter apd inspirit twithtbe teachings of Thoraas Jefferson the found er of our party on this question and with the piovisions of our State and Federal Constitutions land we are unatterable opppsed to ralsingany religious test as a l qualification for holding tiny office in the State or nation Sec 22We favor tbe ribmi nation and election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people ISee 23We denounce and are opposed to Cannonism or lone man ppwe mall represent tivc assemblies whether it be ini the fjCongrofs or iLi representative CtrrgiTtioTfsrv7eravortlie rnle of the people Kentucky Fair Dates1 I The Coll wing are the pates fixed for holding the Kenljuckv Fairs for 1911 as far as reported Nicljplasville Aug 29dtiys Bjrdstown Aug 304 dkys Franklin August 31 3 dfeiys Paris September 4 Odajys Ktiplucky State Fair lioulf yule September 11 6 days r CHARACTER 1 = WrittpnEssay tI havebcenaskEd to say gqmethingjof cliaracter Jn itsj school relationship We progress b gleaming from the past its best lessens and inculcating them uititti Ijmethqds the modern schools tinds best fitted to Its needs if tourIt apt st school buys are not wavs Iheworjds bp teitizensfujv iibtbitiitnt successes and we might find the answer in tiat IitttIn word character jis there i n ilie4idiwidualcou1 4 stJcitljITo know how to lead ard write and spell unjd suy yfur lessons very well dofs ic fcti wpys a boy What of all makeamafofdeyelbp tnejut n with the mind The will to do and the Will to refrain from uo ingqossibly one of the greatest handicaps in our riublic schpol sysem and that is by degree retniqised bJe to individualize Se is giV na class of thirty chile ran of varied pbysicial and mental abilitfesr but sfye must cast tim all into the same muuld anql trat each to the same standard andhe who falls behind is counted a aullard possibly through no fault of his own The solution to this problem that is being worrd out in jour cities is the estaulishmentof a Truant School1ini which are entered those hidrenl who physically mentally or tejnper mentally are unfit to keep ace with those wbo e enfvToQT Ttt has given them a better fetarlr TheTf uant SchoqV of lodjanap otis is a marked s bcess One is now being established in Louisville I But a wordalop character concerned witn m tive A child may be brimfull of aspirations of energy and the will to do an1 get nowhere becao he has not been right y directed has not been have any taught txed to good concentrate orI Mr Ropsevelt iik probably the J only y real mart who dibbled u everything f on leaching nv titers to rear ihikJren toiji Par I ama OanaJ and even in himtBe trajjtis nct commendable Sf he started much morr than he waRf t for t ever wlll be able lo finish t and st cored Mr Tart into a sea of- jperplRxiUes d i4Ayiic l he fr still 1 struggling I3ut we digress A child should have a fixed aim emU in JifeT and steer Straight ProhapV no n mv iiI fchaIactanswer is iir thcGerman Schools silo begils to suEci11iwt the 10 f 9hlPrEctg rr- ptz rGermany jfsfjr ah adpfr IIIl l wefj1t ihe Vtt- aculir iherDjth tjn totbfi j ab indthw have ijiriiel an ijjortnnt f cur Injtt cti air buil rinj hrundImental aim in educ tion Character is governed by lieI will but we will to dogood we will to daevil Hence we haw good character and bad character Some are formed bad becauae iq their youth they have beep terapermentilly pnable to cojje with the circumstances of their liphinging The jschoo s are responsible for tthis only ID falestiLndar1sthey democratic as Ours there are no heights to which the lowers cun not aspire bunt false leaching lies in the ctpistruc ion we put upon true gre lness Bvidentpy there are other in fluences in the mouldingof ehIr acers trian the presence of par sCbooIIIt1nindividual self We all krowI that characters areas individual as human faces- Washington was great not bc tl cauaeftf jjlLj risjjpQrtiiei hearing4 no more than Lincoln was great bCause of his lowly decenf Both ere great because they got downto the essential things uIcatinuI If a boyS Ioves the farm farm ingisan art let him enter an agricultural school If 8 girl is of a domestic turn co kingand house keeping are sciences that greatItressing the nation e i u Viateserl- eavA a childsteujpai uiertt him to follow his bent Tto teaciers task istorr211ly- dirarit I hut the miin sprn nf tjiie wach iis oh the insid s t ADEuNEN1Co 1 r Commissioners Sale11 ircuitCuuftlCyEmily d EquitrIRayBy virtue of a Judgment and order ofysale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term r 1911 Ii the aboye ptyledcause I shan uftJml McNthAUdUT911 wtha1icredit wingdcscribed tedInWashington inifefromCanarydowerttThis tract has no buildings but hts goodtcuritylorlegal interest from date of salt until paid sjul having the force and effect of a Judgment bidders will Lq requi ed to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M CW C L Commissioner Sale John dtherly PUT EquityEf erofltheabovelstlledwith interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the date of thssale until paidI shall proceed to offer for sate at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1911 at 2 oclock pm orthereabout being nightandbest deISCribI Washington Co Ky about one mile fromJensonton on Turkey creek now owned by F if Crawford and containing 53 and 65100 acres TIio costs in addition tb above sum ofJ58458 are estimated at75 For thejurchase price the purchaser iJtYibearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required Ito comply promptly with tHese terms C F BOSLEY M C W O c A Kini Who bfeftHome set the world to talking but Paul Mathulka of Buffatls N Y says he always keepn at home thS King Yxfall LaxatlvesDr Dings New Life Pills and that theyre a blessing to alibis family Cure consumption headache indigestion dyspepsia Only 25c at Haydon Robertson t SUBScRfP7Jf4 1bJJJI6fEARtw kn nn iiniu7 M QI iif Fi ijJn Hayfviile District of Mar- Ix i on Couitr Shot v s I Yniineidaj Jternfrmn h tyful J0 Miuson1tsacsiistrateI trl t wac shot h Bq Rib irtton tipHr Rjiey 8tati Jirandfditdn rit1jttPrdlyafl chick I Tha fniendsVof Mr Isacs whcl fi E fj t J rJ Ii1nRnti ydunttiWt i 1t JJ ffaysiillo aistrfcticiaim tiMf the s Hjtpior wtis u iproVpked Tjbpy af Klr Jsaaos w s7returriingi fim Leban m an stvlin nea dtbpjfr t h ftajpj Nfi Isatfcs aoToj Robert s nvTJha ho did fettlViik the h Jga 11lnn1et tO liioj phi drove l pn 4fen 1HerUon JonowedtIJ u rtriyeti by f iil i f r ehkt ftt f bithnggtQ f1ento fiIup to biro Seeing tii f angr Mr IsT ca pUt out iis hand 1d told hinitn lleave the place Without war linr Ro bertson drew his pjstoll4a41 cl ibre Bull D er and ghot him in the Abdomen TherwoundeS moa foilaVdiris a saiani i1 fled V- Mr Isaacs was sonjveyf to his irsidencei anti medical asSis- Ita J6 Yesterdayfmorning Je was brddgljt to Eliz abeth Hospital and an operation petifrmed The bu11etfad en tered the body bel wBucftt the left of the naval l ancl parsed thrqcgh theinteafne The ca twoholesHope was entertained for hlsre covety until aboulC1cckwhen bisconditi6n frew rap dlv worse unildtttlreIiOvdbiSsUff r IIngs j Robertson was arrested by Messrs HenlylsaacsPred Houi j0 igan aid Dick Jojjhsjpn and brought to Lebanon an placed m jail by dfeputy sb rffi J P Sparrow Robertson iiis about 85 yearsor1ageand a tenant oh Mr tifge Glasscpoftrs farm Be rcnme to Boyle county from Georgia a few years since and has lit ed in Mariqn icqanly since Jannary last He claims he slioti to defend hinjself bull gives no Ata Eit f5 II9WdMrFiaaes Mr Jj1j svriv b7- tiiIeatdi foui1hAr Arrig J r lllffin ij j1IrMjIQuki Are6C W 1 t i rJ1tLJ 2 L ohiob1iiirThati rreannu wipnprl rd f WQj i diiiiting thai Ttedga OResr lrligp f poMM as udg t f te crnri qt pp4k- forycr4rgee tQ tor th MHaget jtidthe Au4- didate J r e iIfrOv r iici t J Qieaa1ii4c1fnging- tt4 dop JLn hil- eSd1GrIIIUJD l ltistJ Jn itti 1idr itureigu JI tLetij huLltilfxin5iN tir nrtthtimee b tttlib fi Dui daL4 a tJa It Wik ilCS a liihf otJ 11 th n W Utl 1 f r iie1 rfto ctie1s the otheriCHu UaietW Nor1 o iJriet JhQ ld be- a khiiihtiitw iajniVMer vf thli iIifrttiefjtdjeed pt r ot Litjj fippi4s 1lij tL tAjadge of high 1c Lcantvti reasOab1y et ieJarpolitical cmpaifmWiHn =iuK more of Id s Miimriiii 5g rneys andAclieMa kai portent caaet to 6itnin poo1YtaSk irto come cal tcsnt ofotwn ttMMM 9i0ft JIM may IMirc fr R11iii t a fa 1hen1 prompLresg rrti iNkW York durtof pti wbice he yr beImlpiasiIcj fOr lI1eat4140OIapss4 It i- areJDJny ot M ulOw nsb K C r Ij il + r t In Inr to blood 94 the whIte curcfiaILiaek dlilik gerafuke tlgeri tit 4te g f1 1Dultlp1vso fag the little Jlghkerse t overeemV The see pIpl Us4 ZeiBatsaltrhB M es1f1aklplJ and strengt airta9pitefU TBte1 condition qfir Hectril taIVi rtgnlttestomack liver juH kidneys too ta1 fctpel i e1os frothtb- lold They arj the best Woo t Earlficr Writes XX T BY dabiiot Trcy CalifI I ive Ftf pa u Fbey make itclr red blotd sitJK nerves anti buIliV up your JjealtlrV Try Ithem We ttUaJriMe hflO9Si id 1 17 P Ir iV Ii J =j 0 Ir f 1 I i 1i 4 taid t t it i 1tf tr rc 7t t1 tp F rtca TUESDAYt SEPTEMBERE 5 1 19114- P II 1tor NE Jt j t Srt rt r475i5 IHeartd ofQf Duroc0 UU- f USSoifsS andd BoarsB t 1 t1r 5r t fl jj t fl Ja5L GRADE J U t 1j y j t HEAD HIGH11- JERSEY HEIFERS3It Jt + Trt Ht t io ifz JIt 1 rrvttfv di m ALL BFREDi Irv sv 4 t- ilf + t t t L f r f t EtWJrf BB held i under cover on the farm of E S Mayas Jr0 11 rrPiI East ofSgigfej- Ky 1td l = S1e1 begins at 103d DINNERII pN THE GROUNDS 4 t y ott ittJ Itl a1 5gwn iftE j v f iB WATHFN 1 Leibanon Ky1 f 11 wvv v tV4bl I tJSKrii f t vIt Vgife mmm PE1 SIMAYES Jr Springfield I1j4J rr a j t i iiJY tof 4 rf t r Ji t 7 1r a I It 1 i 2 j m NWyt r tmf1R1 sl llfPILQJY3 tl vytdniTt4f t ti ii15 aHtomjj LW a uN 4 E4liW aad Pabllshers t t i TlIUI SATE AUG241911 J t i ArK oiha and New Haven are olii jMBafctr of the Union a- sPwlerthsgJUtt sa11otlonedthe BUem e CQire t by signing kitei aetn the rMolation ad nWtMI rl iiIDUfRlKlL COLPMK G 1 l irEamaNunan 1et 31 y w7kiiow Prof CJoIviu alraaiiistitate instructor will be j WlfhM y s6 not surprised tc t h Iitit r than he hw been elected to coodect the Bro nvilla iosti r Vrtrpf 1912i Bt conducted do- IutilileYtf are lut week wffilch Jbu inter l 1p Lr ey r J Mkeitl Blckerwn Re Iiltt t 1HiUf otber hers In dl Cidse and pand t clwaarlast week Thfeisa Ik 1fjr trfuniztng the t 41J rproYentLel toe far r tioatbtiei tfceir pupils and many r bf HiifpttroB interest in im proytiMBte have been aroused j by thki fantail beginning Thef- 1 TawterataBfl tb secret of success 41Het interest t orj f v Wi kii oa cbontjr is anxious jtbat oar eb c4a abill M second tiBOHMsia theBtetet and theirs it s pod to none in the county x be st means at present ol C Ibetr ap Is the School tTH etttT ague which alJ frJllbe organised In every 1 dwtrlct withlai4hf next month or ao At present inatiy of out v cbc 3l houses are such thatspme- 3r4z i pxd cltuens would net HM them for Mock barns atd- F yet tht most prwions of all aa + iJ1J hia child is permitted to rJ 8eB4 ite greater part of ibe day within lita narrow walls A r uf wiser and nobler investment t f WMW to have comfortable aUraotire schools and smallei L b4ne if necessary After alll i riraii4ceatsdojvnoti coupt J for 9 Jauc llalP opj are in llieretbebestlegaelj i y fc fe oipareilt can leave his cbtl iV pr Hurly rdeve oped min aid body Tins condition ot JJt t f atatterltie Iteotdfretoaperverte k Y m d iHterest btitto thought l MBe there iis not a citizeniir the county ttqt will welcome the i4lTlj opporiinityrof making ours tht most attiactive and best 011 f schools and their children best o citiMHs wko know an tSareib do the rightat much ll seeded element la Kentucky vI politic j Thirty Years Tof the r rTkirty years of aaSOClatiPl1 think of tt How the merit of a good thing sta ds oat in that timebr the worth I HMiMcif a adoneSo tlterea no gMMworkimthieyidence of Th tI uCrlw Cowcord Eicb who writes l iave used DrtDinJS e New Dlecovery r for testy years and its the best toofk aid eoli cure i ever wed i 0ce It fisia entrance in a home you y tr I cait pray it oat Many families lave pwditJ forty years I tattsiMt iofaUlfee throat and lung me l clae jut earth Unequaled for la iftgri astha1zatayfeveri oronp tdJielr atte lungs Price 5Qc f Mt Trfai koltle free Guaranteed I Dp lIiItRObertaon iJ i 1r V t Misstfpar pyti Tknacaikde spent Tues J Awifhl i I Itltlel ri W T b ftheweekf Reed was the tlin jsvisit Mr and i Yaikelandfmi1vandMraboe t Mrs aad Mrs Will Tboiripsoo naa1ilia Lcitie Bisbhp visited hbPrhooda3aItmiriay brat swap MBa Scanne and two i t J114 iMiani Teenl are attbe koaie of Mr fDr 1 ytiioc tiiEiiMWtfcI iis t 1x4 rsiv frieiris and rstaff11 Is J Titorl oaerte t j li e on1a tT W Ij 1afolkoJ rPwl s iUMsy p tJS- t t aefrom J s rM die- r r L T 2 nded aad r ri Ll IJ Per 1 yi j J n Mrs Tom Baken and dauglJt dual t spen MoudjirtfwUfi Mr Je PasT It Grows Hair Here Some important News for Men Who axe Grow 4itlgPeople Vrho TiaVe taken our word fo j itthatl rIeianSage is the real hair grower beautifier and dandrqff tore have never been disappointed Jthe wordof a person who took our word ul have been using Parisian Sage about a year When I began using iit fhad only a light fuzzon my head Now I haVe a good thick growth and it is growing thicker and longer right along Many people dont believe it can be done but I know from mP own experience with Parisian Sage that it cent f can recommeud it in the fullest confidence Gainse Brown 708 North Filimore fit Maryville MO The above statement was made to Dr D Jch of the gosh Pharmacy Maryville Mo April 29 1911 Large bottje 50 centsat Haydon Willetts and druggists everywhere t HERE is LEARNED ENDARME M yauthUr In the French Service Hai pained Much Fame asan rchlvitt M Vauthjer 4r a gendarme Attached to the Olvet brigade in the Ardennes He hu done MB military service in AlgerIa says the Paris Correspondent ot the London Telegraph ands has beesFitt the Republican Guard and begot himself appointed to Oivet in or der that he might have more opportu kltr of prosecuting his historical re searcWs la his native dlstrlcjt as that branch of study has been rather neg Uctedla the Ardennes genjdulyrtof public education but by the czar mpUmentedWI1iclte has been able to tarnish to them Hie research In the Ardennes oriketwtoratlon and among many other ttri orb tka depot of English pda byNapoleonpatios of that district after 1815 ji Qnpdevote all his time to his favorite Put ililt Ihave he says always had a hobby for hunting tor documents o ihlt8 often more trying than hunting for thieves WOULD SAVE SWISS SCENERY League Asks the Government Not to Grant Concessions for Any More r Alpine Railways =The fcfwfas Scenery Preservation so ciety has presented to the govetn callingdforkdmoreAlpinerailways a strong feelingi has arisen among the Swlsadsufficiently exploited Many beautiful passes sad minor summits have been disfigured by overhead electric rail ways or besmirched by smoking en rind yet concessions for fresh moun tacit railways do not cease to be de mantled Quite recently as many as thejovernmentdWhet has now aroused the Swiss Scenery Preservation society to ener getlb protest Is the demand recently addressed to the government for a concession for a cogwheel line from Olson via Brochet to Sonchauz with a branch line from Brochet to Oauz This proposal they combat on the ground that another cogwheel lineal ready exists In the neighborhood GlionRochera de Naye that the disfigureQ3sceneryicumstances of the surrounding dis trict London Through the eyes theIiritllb bedipertaining to the history of London occUpattmuch farther than most read rs are aware The city that Julius Caesar found occupied a site which had been Inhabited for unnumbered thousands Of years It Is now known that dur ing Paleolithic and Neolithic times the two great divisions of the stone age man dwelt on the site of Lon don butl16 first became the settle ment ofa community at the opening of the historic ASP when It was a jtroaghold ottho Celts The remains pf Its Roma pertobare the fluent ofI vthe kind lGreat Britain The Anglo Saxon and Danish periods are also incljt represented and even later Periods ouchea the Tudor furnish relics that have been buried by that strange process of superincumbent growth which makes the soil under a great city resemble the fossillfer pus strata of geology Youths Com panlon ofr0Game Larry covington of the Philadelphia Evening Times was in the c4y says TelegraphinWh11etD ton was telling of a trip he once took lo Savannah 0a with some friends We decided to go out to Mrs Ban nons fish lodge toT supper he said hackdrivenbra knowing old fellow and pointed out to uV all the places of Interest along hetharonte Bannoasee anaahii allrrttt jii4teif tSab replied the 4lf U It jiteat Fad PfMte cleti women have been a- si31te shirt WaIt strikers ltotr verb iaterestlngl You may itfl tat ioYijl tos patroness when a t5ll an another strikeEr p r F1 P8l il V q rw W s i Monuments i r iij I 5Ifin need ofanything in the line of 1t Tombst neMonumeDt or CemetetyGP Odij it will pay you to see our representative before X buying S Veria Son I iiJohn Albany IndfanttC r X Local representative E P DEDMAN f 4 BRILLIANT PLAYER RETURNS fbSAME f H II Nap LaJoie Who Was Put Out of the Game Early In the seaIson on Account of Injuries OncGlrtHelperThe by Mme Curie has been an Inspiration to hundreds of women throughout tti b world Many girls on being graduated from universities In this country and Europe have sought appointments as assistants to Mme Curie The famous French scientist who has won so many laurels however is noteag to have women assistants and present employes men with one e ccptlon That Is a Norwegian girl who is regarded by many scientists giving promise of duplicating the taInments of Mme Curie The gi passed her examinations with the highest honors and began to special tze In In radioactivity with the result sLe won a traveling scholarship lme1 Curie heard of her skill and gf h talent She was glad to see the and alter talking to her for an hour begged her to become her assistant Paris Herald 6 in a recent Ingenious EtymologyI century the Rev A its Prof Richard Parson with a philological jeu desprlt Person was a great English scholar who among oth er astounding feats qf mempry could repeat all of Gibbons footnotes by rote A farmer once meeting ihlm In a public house challenged hlmi to derive his own name which was Jeremiah King from cucumber Tap farmer thought be had stumped he scholar but Porspn Immediately accepted and won the challenge Jeremiah King he began vjeremy King Jerry King Jerry Kin Jerkin Gherkin Parson triumphantly con 1YouthsCold Comfort From Mbrtar The coldest place on a lick sumw day ie not on a roof garden or In a subcellar or on the deck of d steams or upon some beach swept by occur breezes 1t Is at the entrance of n n uncompleted building where the mar tar has b An laid but pas not yet set hisFbulling g gestive of the heart of a stone quarr or a cavern grotto Evaporation butwhist o efficacious so pleasant Tact The narrative of one of the pas agivenDaily Mail contains this passage The baggage master deserved spe clal praise He badonly been asleep a couple of hours when call d up he arranged thbaggage cleverly that riot a pUce taaloat sa o such as belonged to the steerage passengers A truly flrstclass touch To n steerage passenger Vbot 4ke lijttle enough to begin wlthj the lops of bag gage IIQf urseno X lnKI SHE HAD FIRST INSPIRATION Excellent Reason Why Mr B Could Not Realize Money on His Wiles Jewelry Mr B = drove up In a hansom a oIentered the jewelers shop aceomp led by his valet who carried an sakeer baopensxthe box exposing a splendid array 1of arsrings tiaras and NagalrlMrs B he said is now abroad before she returns I want you to ox 1tract these stones ahd replace them with good Imitations selling the real jewels and giving me the money This erof course ts to be n confidential transaction Mrs B Is to know nothing rlof It My dear sit said the jeweler should tieglad to as you ask but It Is impossible Two years ago Mrs thatIworth little more than the hire of the hansom swatting ypu outside BEE CAUSED MOTOR WRECK Sting of PugnaeiousInsbct Caused Driver to Losp His Control of the StecrlVig Gear While motor car driving along Say brook road at a rapid gait tho bthor afternoon a little bee lighted on the nose of George Seele son of William Seele a wealthy resident of Brookline Mass who bas lira summer home at tookInear the residence of Henry Gladwln beeSeel was badly hurt several stitches being required io close a nasty gash jn one of his thighs and he was cover scratchesThough homodcannot understand how the bee kept alightist so tenaciously as was traveling a fast pace Tbo car was onjy njrhtlv damaged More Blonde Bride lustthreemarriedHe have brunettes according to the records kept atthe license bu reau During the Jast year the clerks comet111ccnsos111 Tlie clerks In the divorce courts hero now have decided to keepa similar record to ascertain whetherbJondelJ or brunettes are the more peaceable NgSKHa a p aL J tf lti fJ ftIIt Ji titJ S I 1 L i1 t 1 0 i h rif l i f You Can t Afforcttib MlIj I l f s it rji i 4 4a 7it t i LI511r f f fT E W A SHINCoIOtle 1 ji r t d 4 tr r r fW r I I COUNTY fIi 11 t J r t c c rtr j I r 1 t1Irl1ir itAL i t Jrc vr J 4tt tVIWi u s1 t To Be Held ait the Fair Grounds Springfidd Ky itF 1 p 7 211 tfTf J August 23 26 S I f i j lolr i rN Ladies Free First Day UeBM I t b vj 1J rlv r f J j ATTRACTIONS FOR E ERYBODX trt t r YHJJ j I0 fI A i r rtt 1ii7y For Catalog and other infoirtiation CaIln i 1l r i Jt f t ie 7 I t tf x i r a I I Ii WIU oUAYBR O If J I J fBtftfaI rJ2 H l L MNLbK14444 a AALKAy N1 N wa N ao Bigger and Better Than Ever iNINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 11 12 13 14 15 16 1911 ILL BETHERE WILL YOU2 THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES GOOD MUSIC HC LEAN MIDWAY EDUCATION HEADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER QtFor Information or catalogue write tor Jt n Sj PERRY M SHY Secretary 44 No 320 Paul Jones building4D S PILES get 1mtliedlaterelief rrota Ore SMeJs lofJa reonKlJUfCiJII1Kakee wMr seta RMider shl y t i VU r tf A pleasant and easyways r JiWaksSoJIiI- II IIfOCr l T Thousands of pcopl arc gthl worK Ulaby Idolfull prticmlri WtverY lIb r rltt- l cash commilssions e J cash prlze 9 free earnftraJ 1 etc cMUrM Dk 90 t- SCRIBNIERS Ii4AGAZINI1SS FIIUi Ave Nsrw Yank Clty J tapelalalek ipa tie heee swN st 1 tThe NewLackr and Yen Pout on yeiir for p3A M J c r I r i t 6 T URTOlil 1 t RDENT DENTIST 4 TEETH EXTRACTED Ji p N1THOUT PINIiIi Ii oVK H ga Block up stairs 4 + i SPRINGFIELD Klf toftDtntale v9rk Strictlya Firstclass L DR J C HUG- ftjiteluiJ p c d SurgeonF J4 ceo hours 8 to 0 am 1 t2- e pm 1 OftbM ovtrHaydonff Brugstor t r i Jr Ijffijrtclt M D S Jt tI 1t QkiOeraftueolI J ontceFheiic No RcaldcHcer No 38 11 or t3 WF GRIGSBY r Itc 1i ATTORNEY ATLAW ell over Peple t 1dP OFlEI ii 1rMVhYt1T1q F Mce over RGd UrosQt tp5Jore Office hours HjatldO rto 12rn 410 5 Pjfe 5S HCat i FUIRALvIECTORC J J Ip HID LICEHSfD EEttBALlillJ1 PHONE 1 DAY fNIQHT 74 RJLO1 IR II F tRUSTY PRACTICAL r JNT1ST at HaY o J 1th r iaitork at rasonable prices If jArl W paranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JJbfor t Rutmd SckMiuk ate g OUUlDCl1t the ljQ scbedllle noir Ii effect ov to Bards own t lJi j rafr J ol i il Lotl1svlU at 4J4 It r towD JunctIon J 522 fTij awstown 6C6p m any arrfVti at Springfield 655 p m vNp 2Leaves Springfield 4 = 600fi iv Bardatown 645 a m rrWf1 Junction 780 a m Saw Loqisvllle 820 a Wit No 4h eaves Louisville atj 7j0 am Bardstown J unction j 855a m Bar slowl 1005 a arriveist Springtield 1140 p m Nc44LeavM Springileldat T 1qgipim Bardstown S20 p nDBardstown Junction 410p nT rirrtis at Lonisvillt 545 p nlB lLSFruit and Shade Trees 3Jraw berry Plantsw f Asprsjfps Blackberries Rasp bet icsl Roses Rhubard3ew Jwr1teI for free catalogue Wed ave Ioagntsri t FLlli11eieyer Stilt r eIDgtouK- t t r lS fj oJrt TCatie said Mike ll yore mrer- t listening toalght and hear an inaudible i whisper umderkeath your window t1fmesllf thats keepln quetHrpert Bazar t i i Womans Wiles x ctrl 5kiaeiiIusIor snaking a II a tfiimk kes in love with her when Iff paly kbw pleased he is with thes4pjakeghIrnihInk she thinks I110w siart be IsNew Tork Press E 11 Etr j fJii oiwt that IplrJtla flU wltk ker mansion SL Peter utifri Hid she certainly expected eiiosgh cldsetsHarpers Baiar f j 1 jJ ttniI omnIenshfp I A thrush and a wren have built I Iij ati Ila the same basket in a shed at WiniiBSfterset England t tIHLU aea dollar oldJchap I get Ml iMabrrow HayenJ got IIt old cei tf J fbt paid yeaterdayPWk- y e Okvjously t There wtiald not be so manx fool j f iWla not so many old men rreliof m1ey4 i 1 SPThSravJksJ t 7siiartktng tbswrlter ofpI- ti t atvMeti Mar Uppln i 1f ePrak f Ca dr- Cs4or tk brlfitMt gm of critt i ft2sU ob YIt TOWN Js twD ocvuu IQtrO WinJ Lecd Happenings of Interest The Freshest and LatesII AIIAb ut Yourself Friends AcquaintancesI QafJrNew line of fall bats now in t VVathen Sbaders f jlfORj pigshJ tlNair at v Mrs Williams l FOB SALE 14Obeaaof stock wea J B Nelftrlr IJoifs tthewhiteigfelt hat at Wa tlien fe a badez4 fb r FOR SALE2 coming 4year t d mules W H Lea h1J1alJ FOR SALE Good Jersey cow Stiorthorn cow Bk F Donellv New line of tailor made skirts juistrecoiyedc Large line toae cectf t 4 Mrs WilHuns 1 iic UdiL In carload 1 ts g Extra ualiiy OheapV WritE or J w TkhoneSpringfield Kyb Tha very latest thing in Pall ats Fair flits apd nil Millinery i Wathan Shaders FOR RENTA cottage on oviogtn Avenue For panic ars see R El Foster- SSpringfield State Bank FOR SALEGood seea rye and wheat also good potato on- Ions C L Brady s l See our splendid iind of largeS j white felts 1f Wathen Shader z Forr st Cusick vijl remain hjs fathers for one month hIle there he will make any ing you wish in photographs gentlemans goldttOQNDA watch Ownermay have SBmRI y proving property and paying this advertisement Inquire this office t FOR SALE 7l new wagon ctBckory 1 setpwagon bar fS Lbay ram l tobacco frame abdtockfranie Will sell t of the items separate L A BurnSs Now is the chance while Forii rest Cusick is at home to havejjj yourphotographsjnade Piione him at Ed Cus1ksThe protracted meeting at thetBaptjst chunch will commens Monday night September 4thqn pasttr win be assied byjj r A Paul Baglyof ll arsgoWL y M1o J Forregt Cusick of- ouisville is ajp his father s7 Mr E4 Cosick idr one month Q ry from August 21 to September l and will be glad to have you phone him about anything YOU t ish in photographs Insuren e and Realestate Agency Fire Life and Accii ent Good companies goodI ates List your property noI sale no cost r WChristisan gentI f Mti S B Thompsonlr has rented the stable of the Sprig field Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware house Coat the entrance to the fairgrounds and will take care of feed horses of persons attend Di1Iie fair I FOR RENTTheMedley place douse ba9 r6oms aDd there an prtmsesSept ltHill Call on me or phonOu l08 J Mrs ElhtII Bodine Ono the prettiest social at ffairs that has been en oytd byr the young people of Springfield I for some time was the lawn fejie and party given by Mrs Mary Darrett and son Morrie at then beautiful home a short distance from town in honor of Misses Ida and Maud Cox of Versailles and MIss Jennie Durrett cf Bfopmfieid Quite a large num bet of the ycung ncop of ton ind county were invited and those who wtfre so fortunate as jto receive such compliment t ere highly pleased to have pi opportunity enjoyun eyening with such hoat a and hostess ti irs Durrett and Morrie Music was furnished br the Springfield Orchestra and danc ing was very much indulge in TOPICS e Laaco tLWu by those who like to trip the lignt famisiic Eact one presi nt en jajac Iis oyed the evening AS only young eople cun and Ht the lue todn Chemany compliments to the hIIm bIUKJTheFalrI The annual Washington eounb y fair opened up yesterday ith fine attendance Qui e a num er of good horses are ontbAt round and everything points o another successful lairI IfTheCombined shows tlIconsisted of a circus a menajr erie and the usual number of side shows The exhibitions were creditable and a very large- rowd was iu attendance IIMII lihati go while inov in i the baggagtt of the SlOWpOUIrlC who bthfeen receuiiy exhibiting at thd Opera House pe Wds endeayer as ing to pull a trunk down thd stairs when jit slippedupon hi id and both im and the trunk landed at the botrora o the steps 1btrunk llinkon him severely iin bruising him and breaking tW9 ibs However he is again well on the roadl recovery A Chance For The Pen harnes4hoplast Tuesday night will givtsomebody a free pass to Frankj ort if the offenderi can bPfound and their guilt proven The building was broken int4 and also the cash drawer bu they failed tto get any money ai Mr Begeman had deposited all the money the day before i4i was also made to enter the sate but tins however wab uccessfu1jKicked By Hors An accident that was for some time thought to be very serionis a happened lo Bryan Yankey tbje 14 year old son of Mr J n Yankey neat Mackvitle The e boy was riding a young lilly arid when near the Beech GroeIhouse the animal becaoje frightened and threw him to the ground kicking him on the hedd just above the ears and then rap The young man in an uncon condition WES taken jlo bis home where his injuries were by Drs Barnett andG btt hart who while they found hmfuite seriOusly hurtyet hIs ipljuries were such that bewiIl eII cover in a shorttine- Quarterly 1Court ijUlrcusijijg called and default judgements takten No cases of any conSe- quence weret ied In one case in which the parties were represented by attorneys Lewis and Grigsby respectively there wastsomething of a contest iot hw t ever as to the merits of the CSP but as tp thecnus Mr GrigshyO an counted ready for his oli edtsE however while we believe that Mr Grigsby represented histclients case strictly speakiig yet weare inclined tobelivetbat Mr Lewis the opposing lawyer better represented his wishes in j twInstance for when Mr Lis was called on as to what he had 10 say in behalf of jhis client said it was circus day and he beQset fur some other day as the lawyers and court wanted to attend the show MrGriijsbyicp posed this butltlr Levih said it would be inhuman to punish a jury and Mr rigsbys client by keeping tEm in the tiurt HQuse- r as it wai ne rly time for thepa- rade i Mr Lewis evidently hat jsfied the court of tho justice of his contention as he continued he case So if ever sUQh a question arises again we jwill haye a precedent to be guided by Court being adjourned Mr Lew is and the court attended jllie show and Fred was there too to taice his boy Close For Fair All the banks Of Springfield will close at 12 oclockew b day during the Fair PQRRENTFartat Freder icktown 141 acr sApply to Pearl Connor DorseyBaumb The ti s p erI f IJjdss Mollio Dorse lttthu ciiy nd MrWui H Buuiobau r ff 11wiluakeUlH is aPrClmh en suncsi in and ihe brice to bdi a well hn wh nd pupulnr 000r lady of Spiiiie1d wli rtt iu a lii rge Circleof f suds Tionnor The community WAS considera ly snocked wh nit b came ftJosephft t r ill but a few days o ty phojd knownIas dangerous Mr Connor was a sou tfthe ate George S Connor and Me dora L Connor and was born in he Prfdericktown neighb rbood- ovembr 24 1865 Here he grew to manhood and thirteen t farsagonewas united jn marl EddJm1it1Iweo 11IsfterI 1thlhis coutty and was cog gd jA4j My wiM feel thetss OdtgOJtiu citizen He was a sucdessfu uunces mm ad waji twresti a stock riaiIugVIn manner he was qui t and reserved attending strictly 10 business Funeral services were conducted Saturday at the Chrir tain Church with Masonic on tionJ i He is survived by one daugh er his mother and tvyosUters Mrs Kate Williams iand Miss earll Connor i For Safet 1 Suit of Birdseye Maple Fur niture Dresser and ashstan 1 Iron Bedstead ijcsstr iQ f Itrj I snew Williams Typewriter t goodI I Mahogany Parlor tabl 7L411 Desk and Bookcase combing dL 1 Bookcase 1 Chest of Drawers l 1 Washstand set tiifpieces To be seen at Mrs ljl T Bo hannans j 5Notice Ii lam standing my young shortt horn Bull at my farm 5 miles j rom town on the Sptipgfield poo- d11dckvi1le piKe Sea on feelCO Lien reservedon allcae8 until season fees paid I VYm Nally Notice t IL School Taxes ate now due call and pay and saye penalty G U Wharton Attach IkeTi3ePS In fighting to keep tlje blood purerI he white corpuscles Attack germs like tlpers But often germs multiply So fast thelitjtle fijjhteraare vceme Then see pimples boils saltrlieuui an4 sores multiply and Btrenptlrand appetite fall This condition demands Hectric Hitters o rejjnfate stomach liver and kidneys and to expel poisons from the blood They are titlie best blood purifier writes CT Budahn of Trcv Calif I hafe ever found They make richrJil blood strong nerves and build up viur health Try them 50c at Havdocfi Robertsons FOR SALE 20dTbushe seed rye J R Mongomery = ERSON oL Miss B4iE BnVbannHn of OLwpbeIlI4iL1 isthe tjstot M rs Earnet Tog Jampbat the home ofMrU R Mc Whoter has Peturn d iorat Watt Jlempnts ifr Union tMii ri viSiting frienilM lijere ft niR ft ntBttr igGreen iis visiting his pjrcukiMrl and Mrs S Roberts Messrs Frank McCabe and fDoo PI Robertt nn were in Louis t vile buhday Mr Grover Miller of NW Hope iis visiting his sister Mrs t W F Trusty LehaInOllMisses May Mayes and Mary Noe have leturned from a visit to friends at Oakland Ky Mrs Emma Karrick and daughter Vela of Lexington are the guests of friends hereIIJude and Mrs IH teLorryedfrom stILouise Batber has rei 1Miss from Bardstown 1Mr Willie B ti wn of Tara IIwli is visitinir friiinds nnre1 IqljP91cnj t e guestofMiss Price orluhviPruncis Msrin Miss MattJlivv f Ricidmticld js spending the weeK witliIis- lMary Taylor Mr Powell Boulware ofEm0 hence Kyis visIting his father- J A Soulware Miss Brownie Leachmau of Greensbu g is visiting Miss Jennie LechmllnI Miss Sarah Wllspnof Bards town is visiting Mrs Chris Her lEiinlMiss Alma VanAradala of Harrodsburg is visiting Mr- sIJuNoe Katharine and Eliza of BardstowD are the guests of their brother Mr HL Smith Indiafrnfv is Visiting friends here M essrs Jt dine and Albert Campbell of Ipdianapolis Ind are visting their parents here Mrs Lizzie Bea veil of Lob anon is attending the Fair this week Mr John Hanbyof St Louis 1MoMtesesMaud andIda Cox of Versailles and Jennie Dqrreltf of Bloomfield have returned home after a Visit to Mrs Mary Dur rett Mrs Katie Neale and daughter Miss Elizabeth are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs F R Neale Mr H R Thompson of Deni son Texas is here this week attending the fair Misses Mary and Lucy Brown of Louisville were here last week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs P K Coffee of Indianapolis are here this week visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs S M Campbell r Misses Marie Gibbs and Grace Pfran are tbe guests of Miss Elsie Neale Misses Willie Castle Hughes Alice Alexamderj Margaret Ter rell and Mary Scott Stratton of Bloomtield are spending a few davfi with Miso May Mayes Miss Francis Martin has re from Lexington wherg ebe has lii WANTED I I be in Springfield 1111Iwlll Monday August 28 1 ItIToBuyIMlliMO1tSj A 22Year Olds I 1iAjnd Sine Feeders BOFOXUTiiTiTJ I- IK I T5 b en taking a course in music byMissMis falife and Mary Doyle bf tmithfieli li aMiss Willie Mae Fig of N Pieasureviille aretItsiting Mr and MrtJ C W Noe Mr and Mrs JTC McEiroy jhaye returned from fheir bridal trip CASE OF THE BITER BITTEN Amusing Transaction In Coi nterfelt Bills and Smuggled Opium Takes Place In Manila SThe city secret service is still zeal ouslr investigating the operations bf the gang of counterfeiters recently gathered Uj and each day brings new discovery of some activity of the gang and the uncovering of more of their paraphernalia Behind the itory of the artistic a tale told by o0 of the alleged coun terfeltora which contradicts the old saying about there being honor even among thieves The counterfeit money was not a partcularly good Ipitatlon of the 20 peso bills turned out by the govern deficlenc1esIling opium with it Instead of dlstrlbut Ing It around promiscuously When asked the other day by the detectir bqy the scheme was worked one of the counterfeiters told the detectives Opium you know he beganfis InorIf the transfer of course Is completed as quickly as possible I have bought lots of the drug with phony money Sand I never yet saw the Chinese count it and you can be sure I never whenLaway with the goods without being before you got us I went out aboard a steamer and bought a cain I had the money wadded upr200 pesos it was In phony money f pushed the wad to the Chinee and he as quickly handed me the can Here the man smiled at the recol lectlon I suppose he examined the money afterward I know I examined what was In the can Here he paused and one of the sleuths asked What was the canT Did you get qtung too Seguro The can was filled with slrupl1tann Times PRINCE A LITERARY LUNATIC 0 S Haa Written Forty Volumes No One Wilt uyNow He Is a Pauper r Prince Ferdlnando Alfonso De LI guori a Bclbn of one of Italys oldest families was recenUy arrested In Rome for being unable to settle a cab fare He has had a remarkable his tory His name lain Ue gold book of Naples which showsthat the title con ferred upon nlo ancestors wall a Bourbon honor One of the princes sisters keeps a bookshop In Milan a brother cpmmit tfeai suicide Prince Fedihando is welt known in the United ttL At the age of twehtyflye he emigrated to the new world and enlisted under the Stars and Stripes Returning to Italy he married a Russian woman ot treat wealth but a divorce followed and be was thrown once more on his own resources He then appears to have become a literary lunatic publishing book after book regardless of expense and of the mockery which attended his ridic ulous efforts as a novelist In Oils manner more than forty volumes wete placed upon the market and if a few thousand copies were sold in alt that was the limit He then tried to enter a monastery but the pope prevented this move He Is now as indicated by his arrest in a late of abject poverty Bit of Old Printing Found Recently Prof P D Sherman of the English department of Oberlln col lege Oberlin Ohio in looking over an edition of Augustlnlan sermons printed in 1496 discovered on the inside of one of the oak boards what looked like a printed vellum sheet By carefully scraping away the pa vel110mpaphmarklwas recovered Unable to lidentify the sheet Prof Sherman sent it to the British mu ileum Word has Just been received from Alfred W Pollard expert in tho department of printed books in that Institution that the fragment is blip of the Clementine constitution done140 Peter Schaefer at Mayence in 1467 and dates back to within one decade lof the Gutenberg Bible Rosary Maga sine Was Blacklfsteri In employment agencies it takes a blacklisted housekeeper many month- si regain a reputation for humanity refou1aIFor ope countenance had traveled from q n cy to agency seeking a competent maid Another woman to wbom she bad confided her troubles remarked to the agent that it was strange a woman apparently so amiable should find it so difficult to secure desirable H queersheron the Icebox so the girl could not get a bfte to eat before going to bed without waking the famUtBT the time she had changed servants a few times every other girl who frequents employment agencies knew the his tory of that alarm and couldnt be hired to work there The woman has discarded the alarm but her repute Uon stlckJU Happiness In Employment The wise provo thefooltsh confess by their conduct that a life of eni ployment is the only Bfe worth leading Paley v pA Wemans LkA woman cJt wy por 1m a look than a man can aj 1xx k Boitoa Tranigcript DryOrtsWirdL- ft hbtt8 ghrbzN ITi M brooks lak rtivnt riftri ru to eailBryden w + 4414tpSpringfield Cleaningw d rand PressiIJKtG1 t H llowhreareYOu golnf ltt fi Are you on your way to a cleaning af i ipresSIQgclub aipJac wher they ma e OLD CLOTHES LOOK NEW MY shop is next to the Clet kQffic ahd f iare prepared to dp I BETTER WORK THAS fl My dry cleaning process ift th Jb iitl citcfdelivered to Itf parts of town It is not too far 5 not IwiIldothealkjng too close So you othet nditJJ I Geo W Gowtly Proj iffiiNext door to Clerks office T i iA A4 ir t r t Vm4V 5 t I 1IITOTTCEI I 4at f t r I IIEnam Blue a t H ted War 0 IIE A new llot of tWaterCoIOsGetourp i I Roofingud1umb1 I I i 1Iii- L 1 L t1t L C DIMODDGRazors 1 f C SeeoUrlineof t ct- oKFreei j r 1 r BtfAI Ifh I I IallI IISIIIILTZGLEM ILIr tt it 1- trtil lll i 4ti i I100ThmnI 1 oqinl C p iilMiLi su coo fectioii c Ph flIok goi IIgaze WJ1I5Ma reVi rf u- A HungryC t J iaSjSI I hisImade d pffly as r1wellI GIveus a calLS I FlIZn R LD tkI tN I = 1I I WaI i ttt 0 ITaiorsbo JJ- j I Wdeste lb announce- l li Ftjtt1Mt1i WF thtvecpet du htsf 1aijJrfcJiilii ti1 ClAMP BELl BUItDi sndSPt paito take illd r for nwus e1o1i ingi do raring dry c tJril olVkids1i drprEfslng GIvc jsairial nMatfinglyWaflu i r ji4L SISrrWE A 0 111 IMIII 4irt ika M j I 14i s- Vt1rI V i r T 7a u rr L iJJ1Y 4hf q Yl Oj 4 j tpj1 T j4iies Standishf il lI l y With Illustrations by f 4 Howard Chandler Christy 1I Cfrrlrt Tha BobbsMerrtU Company k IMLHkat these irmi ho said i LMiles Standish J ttitii qIdCodaysIiymothl 4 4o tk iIf Tfc u fre la a room of his simple aiidaIUTe 1elllng iaidfcow and boots ol C IIether1 wttli a lartIai afr Miles 2 Itiidik the Puritan Captain iE Barto tfceught ke warned with hU t i I MUftd him and pausing Li y sal WK tto b hold his glitter r warfireralong the j walls eUecbliRber cm iw Mcrw4tV tteel and his f Ia trtyswortfDtas cus- 9 TatJae poU and Inscribed with 1 mystical Arabic sentence Witt MMlShtMikT UVcblRMr tore ISpkIi JHet utch9 i 1ifrL7 Mart et stature he was but strongly GV Mlt Mia athletic r 1 IMU JAIkoU1dera deepchested f irltk Mtofdes aad siaews of iron 1 i C ArewB U aHt Was his face but his1 lff y llK kut b rd Wag already A t Th Puritan maiden Prlscllla- wltif i jIak patches of snow6 4 aee epwtlmes In November 1 Near tat fSkfteated John Alden his r fr1I household companion WiiU g wpi diligent speed at a table t i o jifrLe rln4ow zu7c thdolJ at11p t I1 ldmplexion M yIgtke wof Youth and the + jSjkjNM thereof as the captives t1nt ckori sswt and ix Z1iswe Nat Angles but Angels 1 YiIgeLtofalVwaI he of the menp t i Mayfloweri Suddenly breaklng the silence the dtiSjeat4cibe Int rrupUnk sk1a the pride of his heart Miles i d It kILektJKewirlttleouriu ue r uiaDrigui and ciean us I lor fjuafle or Ilaspectlon k UI iwer of DaJiDICUI I t witk to naaders this be aatplt I- p1t s ftit uiHete111rtontau TotydintFired polrittblank at thy heart by a Spanish arcabtfeerp Had It not been of sheer steel the for efrStandlsbWo In their grave In the Flemish morasses Thereupon answered John Alden but looked not up from his writing Truly the breath of the lor hath slackened the speed lot the bullet He in his mercy preserved you to be our shield and our vteapon1 Still the Captain continued unheeding the worts of thestfipllng See how bright they are burnished banglngTbatlbecause It my jelf and not IlefC It to others Serve yourself would ypujje well served is an excellent adage1 ofrThen too there are my soldiers my great invincible army Twelve men all equipped having each his rest and his matchlock Eighteen shilling a month tog ther with diet and pillage like Caesar I know the name of each of my soldiersIAnd he said with a smile that danced in his eyes as the sunbeams Dance on the waves of thsea and vanish again In a moment Alden laughed fa he wrote and stlll jLookj my brazen howitzer planted High on the Toot of the church a purjpoeeSteady straightforward and strong with irresistible logic Orthodox flashing conviction right into the hearts pf the heathen Now we are ready I think for any assault of the Indians Leathern come iftthey like and the sooner they trit the better Let them come if they like belt saga more sachem or powwow Asplnet Samoset tJorbltant Squanto- or LongTokamabamonI gazed on the lan scaIie1 Washed with a cold gray the vapory breafbof the east wInd Forest and meadow and hilt and the steelblue rim of the ocean Lying silent and sad in the afternoon shadows and sunshine Over his countenance flitted a shadow- like thoBeon he landscape GlopnrMntermlngled with light and his voice was subdued with emo uonr Tenderness pity regret as after a pause he proceeded Yonder there on the hill by the sea lletf burIed Rose Standish Beautiful rose love that bloomed for jne by the wayside iie was the first to die of all who came In the Mayflowerl reenabove her iis grojviug the field of wheat we have wn there JBetter to bide frqm the Indian scouts Itb graves of our people C Lest they should count then and see Ajhow many already have perished Sadly his taco he averted and strode up and down and wal thoughtful 1Flxed to the opposite wall was a of books and among them t thva dqtlirtIlied nhej WiSecretsig qThss is eeea ig the Usited States win has perhaps heard WfI J wS es siereta tHa uy other pian or woman hi the eMcieU are tot secrets of wIt or shame but rsiciig aed they hive beets eeeaed to PIi 1kopeazid expttationofndvicosn4he1p If I WOs hmvs be cMap4itaI in their ex- W 4 P iI ia J by tb tSliM nketyigiitper cent of C by Qt Pier MV be absolutely and totsrs4 Ibuncd only But when 4 = hio suiest o lOre halfu mit d j k ever 40 years k is plieaomenai 5 i rcJMjby women u the first of l II Wssy 1ICIMuk Dr Pierce hy letter absolutely without tf K1t AI rs aedHaJ In perfectly ptaip envelopes without WhItIg tion them Write witliouttaras with f pps1ry Association Dr1B V Pierce Prest erir pIttp E rEgcxxPrzor- e tAArTJ trcb1It 13k OD1 o ror fluzit b Barires Artillery Guide and tie Co- jmentaries of Caesar T Out of the Latin translated Arthur And 1Ooldmgethem was standing the Bjbe i Musing a moment before them Miles Standish jpaused as if doubtful Which or the three he shoujd choose for his consolation and cjomfort Vhetier the wars ot theHeWews tbe1 famous thecampaigns of RomansI Or the Artillery practice fFinallydegaeforI f the ponderous Roman j Seated himself at the winilow and opened the book and in silence f Turned oer the wollworit leaves where thumbmarks thick on theI margin tike the trample of feet proclaimed the battle was hottest Nothing was heard in the oom but the hurrying pen of the stripling Busily writing epistles Imp rant to jReadyl j Puritan malden Priscilla Love and tllien ship Nothing was heard in the pom but thejEtripUngOring hear of the Captain Reading the marvelous words and achievements of Julius feaedar After a while he exclaimed as heI Ismote wIth his banlpa down IIix ipt fg 11 0 You ate a writer and I am a fighter but here fs a fellow Who cbuld both write and fight and in both was equally skilfull Straightway answered and spake John Alden the comely The youthful Yes he was equally skill d as you say with hlspen afaoHWs weap 10MSotnewhere haye I tead bat where I forget he could dictate Now to the grave of the dead Seven letters at same time onceatfthe Truly continued not heeding or hearing the other Truly a wonderful man was Cams Julius Better be first he sId jln a little Iberian village Than be second in Rome and I think ho was right whoa he raId It Twice was he married befpre he was twenty and many tim js after Battles five hundred he fought and a thousand cites he compered He too fought In Flanders ns he him self has he was stabled by his friend the orator Rriitu t sow do you know b llit did on a certain occasion la Fljandf ra When the rearguard of nils annrttreated the front gfvlng And the immortal Twelfth Legion vac tpgethetThere s Why be seized a shield from a t soldier jj Put himself straight at the head of his troops and comihandcu aPtafnst tueI each by his namb to forward the ensigns hbIweapons So 8omeitblngDrotJler You t leave it to others All vas silent again the Captain Nothing continued was his readingI strlpUngWrltl 11dayFilled Ylth the nrtmo and the tame of of the Turltarr maidenjPrlscIUa Every sentence began opjcloBed with the name of Priscilla Till the treacherous Jpen vo which he t tStroot PtiscillalFlnalIy Wslng his book with a bang j of tbb ponderous cov tri Suddea and loud as the sointiofa Sol trr Miles StandIsh the CaptaIn ot Ply mouth fWhen you have finished your work e J hava stnnotni t = s = t1 r Be not hcjvcvrr Jn halo 1 tan wait r shall not te impatient Stralgbtway Alocn replied as he folded tbOIlaCof his letters Pushing his papers aside and giving rosptful atotition tSpeak for wlJJmcprryouspeak am always fBid to listen ready telhear whatever pertains to Mllfe IStjmdish Thereupon ansf+ td the CanXafn embarrassed anllcullingjhlajihmses Tis not good ljpr a man loffie alone say the Scriptures This I have sjtfd I efore and again 1I again I repeat It hour In t1edriy I think It and l1Every It and f3y iIt t Sb h dIed tar 1If ha been wearyjanff dreary Sicc t heart h t I been beyond tho I healing of rInd hip Iort in my lonely hours have I thought t of the maldeA Priscilla i I alone In he world her lathe and mother lind brother t Died in the winter together Isaw her going and coming Now to the grave of the dead and now to the tied bf the dying ftPatlent couragepus and strong and said to mytelf that if over There were angqjs on earth as there angels ij heaven 1are I seen and known and the whos riame is Priscilla Holds in my desolate lIfe the place which the other ab donr Long have I qerished the though but never lijaye flared to reveal Iit Being a coward In this though valiant enough for ttie most part rib to the damipi PriscUla the love 4Saynot of word but of actions theI Every Sentence began r closed with Prjlccllla writing Caesar recorded Finally wsyxtoo CaUing Always Iand t btii ncr u rr C 1IU t a of phrases 4 UJ1uerI You who are Bred as a scb can say it In elegant language Such as you re din your books ot the wooings of lovers SUCh best adapted to win pleadingsfdfd maiden When be ha4spoken Jphn Aldeh the fairhatted taciturn striplingIAll aghast at hi Words surprised cm batrassed bewildered Trying mast his dismay by treat Iing thesutect with Ughtncss Trying to sail Qnd yet feeling his heart stan still In his bosom Just as a time lace stops Jnra houi6 lightningTbuM or rather stammered than answered Sucli a message as that I am sure should mangle and mariE It you would have It well doneI am only repeaubg your maxim You must do itjypursclf you must not leave It totpthers But with the ntfof a man whom notli lug can turn frpm his purpose t Gravely stiakln h s head made an svt r thc0 pta n of Plymouth rrTruly the m bs gqod and do not mean gainsaylt But we must usO it llscreetlyi and notI waste powaer f9r nothing Now as aldibefare I was never a maker of parasfea I sumkIBut march up t fa woman with such a proposal I1are not Im not atraidj lof bullets 4nor shot froth tbe 4 piith of a caanon But bfa thundering No ppintblank from the niutb of a wotean That confess m afraid of nor am I ashamed to confess It So you must rant my request for you are anf elegant scholar Having the grates of speech and skill in the turn ng of phrases Taking the ha Idor his friend who still was rilnctant and doubtful Holding Jt ionfn his own and press addedIthus lightly etf lteepij the fe l ngthnt prcjnpts mi Surely you = i lpt re g8u vh t ask In the name of rou friendship Then made anascrJohn A1dcpTbo name of frtjndtfhlp Is sacred What you tlorifnnil In that name yotihdulng and molding the gentler Friendship prevailed over love ant Alden wenijpn his errand t I The Lcfyets Efrand jj- So Itttho strong jwlll urevailed and Al jOutj into the p4ts of the forests Into the tranqil woods where bluo hfrHo and JMna were building Towns in thoj populous trees vJtb hanging gardens of verdure Peaceful aerialttclues of joy and af t feet on nn freedom All around hlmwas calm but within him commotion and conflict Love contending with friendship and self with etftfh generous impulse To ouShlSltCAs cvarjrollWashes the bl tier sept Pie IcrcIct3 qtitJocoanlp1tist di he cried with a wildtiamentalipn Must r relinqufsh it all the Joy tho i hope the ljuslon t rWas It J9I ttK4 Ihnvo loved and sllencerlWasflying tcetind the shadow Over the wIntry sea tithe desolate shores of New IfneJtrfJ JV e titU4 nu ui if Us depths of cdrrjjplion f Rise like an exhalation tbznLty phantoms of passion Angels of light they seem but are only deluslons of Satan AlMs clear to me now 1 feel It I it distinctly This is tho hand of tho Lord it laldiupjpn mein anger For I piave followed much tho aldclevlcesWorshtplng and impious idols of iiaal This is the cross I must bear the sIn and the swift retribution So through the Plymouth woods John Alden wept on his errand Crossing the brook at the ford where ehlilowGathering still as he went the May flowers blooming around him Fragrant filling the air with a strange and Wonderful sweetness Children lost in the woods and coy ered with lleaves in their slumber Puritan flowers he saidhand type of Puritan maidens Modpst and simple arid sweet the very type of Priscilla So I wlU take them to her to Priscilla the Mayflower of Plymouth Modest and Simple and sweet as a parting gift will I take them Breathing their silent farewells as they fade and wither and perish Soon to be thrown away as is the heart of the giver So through the Plymouth woods JOhn Alden went on his errand Came to an open space apdi saw tho disk of the ocean Salllesa zomnd cold with the Igv Ljl2stFi Calus Julius comfortless breath of the ca wind Saw the newbuilt house and peop- at work Inya meadow s Heard as he drew near tho dobr UteI musical voice of Priscilla Singing the hundredth Psalm t ute grand old Puritan anthem Music that Luther sang to the wordsof the Psalmist sacredi d J1b t J Through the Plymouth woods John Altfen went Full of the breath ot tjjp1 lod Ion soling and comforting many Then as he opened the door he beheld the form of the maiden Seated beside her wheel and carded wool like a snowdrift Piled ar her knee her white hntitje feeding the ravenous spindle Vhilr with her foot the treadle she guided the wheel In Its Open wide on her lap lay the wtll worn psalmbook of r ccShe sang the old puritan anthom r Printed in tho wordsa qlf music together Roughhewn angular notellUke stones In the wall of achurcbyardt Darkened and by the runr JI ning vine of the verses Sach i tha book from w2sci is taken by people in tropical I qndVItality yearroundcountries as winter ALLORUCGISTS no Wang are uttt rnntaUlIJIanmrtl Silo the Puritan girl in the solitude of the forest Making the humble house and the modest apparel of homesoun Beautiful with her beauty and rich with the wealth of her being Over him rushed Jlro wind that Is IlhougrandIAll the dreams that had faded and all the hizpef ttit hael vafeislfed AU npc1renlutlessHaunted by vain regrets and pallid sorrowful faces Still he said to himself and almost flercefyhe eald ItrLit not Him that putteth his hand to the plow look backward Though the plowshare cut Jrough the flowers of life to its fountains Though it pass oej the graves of V dead and the bearths of the llvt ft kc isJ tho ixjrit and li 4Bfttl z j SlS jJ 21 II ip wonderful man was C irI r on mdllon Ainsworth Amsterdam tI overhung was J a IstoSo he entered thehouSo and the hum of the wn cl and the singing Suddunly eased IorPriscIlia aroused ly his step on the threshold t Rose as he entered and gave hJm her bid in signal Df welcome 1 Saying knew it was you when heard your step In the passage For was thinking you as I sat there singing and spinning Awkward and d4mb with delight that a thought of him had beep mingleJ tThus in the sacred psalm that canit from the heart of the malden silent before her he stood and gav Sher the flowers for an answer Finding no words for his thought He remembered that day via ithe f winter rf+ 1tel 1htPkep1 IlUng drifts that encumereavtnc 1lbunvn1 iHltdheIn vajn had ho ejok n Now it wits all too tetbe golden mo ment 4md vanlihcd So be stood there abashed and gave her the Hatters Tor ah answer Seasonasta tnouferu Very frequently the person ate never changes his ideas has none to change Od r Vaudeville is ely twehtyflVe years oold butthe jJo are about seventy five The Ctase of 3vlany Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing this country niostdiuijjcrousbccausesodecep tirO Maiiysudden deaths arc caused 1 by it hcprt d S1 ease pileumonia Lcfcrt failure ft Wapop1cxare often thtrC5ult of mO ney disease lf kidney trouble is allowed tliekidncypoiscn toadvancc fbloo 111at tack the vital organs causing octcrrkcf the bladder brickdust or tediment in1I the urine head rrhot bock ache back dizziness tccplessjiCf nenous ness or the kidneys tlieni elves break down and waste away evil bj cell Bladder troubles ultiiostnhvnje result from a derangement ofUie kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatutentpf the kid corredsinabiIitytobold and overcomes Uiat unpienrapt neceSsity througUthethe night The Wild andimmedinte effect of SvampRoot the gfcat kidney remedy is soon realized It ttandsthliighest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone IsIojd by druggists In fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have d sample botUe and a book that tells alt aboutit both sentfgeebyinai1 Address Dr Khmer Co DinglUl ton N Y wben writing mention feadm thlsgen erous offer in his paper Dont make any mistake but remember th6 nSme SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell somethiug4nplaceofSwampRootf L r I Children Cry for Fletchers t1L J i1ini1fborle Big Ctnd hag bcenmado undcrlhI pe 7i Ssorial supervision snd 1tRInfaflC I cG4 AJftovr no ono to deceIieyoi4ntlii4 arelnItExperuitgthtjrieInfants and ChlldreurExp encQ dgaiiist EsTcrirhen What is CATO RIACnstorln is ai hnrmless tmbstltutjS ior Castor 0 Pargorlc props antI Sootliinff Sytupa It Is Pie ant Jfc confrlns mIttorOpium Ittoriililnb nor other Narcotloi s substance la asro Is its guarantee It destroy Wornfs amP a1Iay Eevc1i8hncSB It ctires DlarrliceaatidWlridColic atlgnP1Hregulates e e ulSICcfli1eGNUINE CASTORS AtV S 4 Bears the igrti or f f f I I J The AlwaysIn Hiht t t J 7TMtfllllAr tracer New J 4 Gardui Cured Me IMaiyJlnksofsays At last I took down and thought I wpuld die I 1 1Jhect9ctorsmany and I began tto take it and it cured me Cardul saved my lifel T WjJI can do anything CARDUI WomanTonk Th If you are weak tired wornout or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women such as headache backache draggingdoWn feelings pains in arm side hip or limbs and other symptoms of womanly trouble you perfectly remedy for yotj to use as iit can d y yoji nothing but good It contains no dangerous drugs It has np bad aft reffects Ask your dcuggist He sells and Tetommends Cartful Writ tot LidW JldvIsoniDepUCIuitaaopcaAIedidne Qcwaooea TMH lQrSpedgltIiutruaoiu and Mpoce book IomeTreatnientforWomsKstke J t EVEBT 8U8IINES8 MAIN A II F cognizes the importance of conducting all business details by both Ideal and longjjiUtancd Itis economy in saving fte1ephone d money Unexcelled telephone Service can be1iiG linesofthe Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com di3tance connections all important points in the United States rates easo abe service tho bet t CaMBEJRrjANP TEL PHO ETETLEGKAPH COMPANf Jncorporsed Henry WadsM Longfellow yy Is justly orifr of the most popular poets taicric has ever produced lie has done moVe t ian any Other American to phrasJnan artistic and LongIfellows writings will live for all timee specially those two gems of literature Evangel ne11 and The urt shipOJ Miles Standish This latter poemiisi Pout to appear in this peper Thoee who hav readmit wiliappreciate the op ctunit- yofeading1tagii and10 those not tami with this masteriHece we want to say 1at t zing re di of it will profvid unexpected pkaau e The poem Will be proaey Olustrat With pictUlar by Howard Chagdfer E trt i