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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dX 1Iinuui EsrABLrsnEVi ft l Jf IN IS1 t4 15t l C i LJ ft 1 t t I ME tM yii XIII NO ii I j WASHINGTON COUNTY AUf U r j4 r f 11 J t iI ygrI uMr M311 BogwelU wife an dl 1p r ier Gladys visited M t JwrBM I1audtamUySQndILY Mr Bird Brown wife an 1 daggbter Lillie visited Mr John 1 T Wpi Jife of illSt 1 sityes ari d Jay MrRubert Smith visited hit Jt ttIsier t pydBrowri Tues J r 1 t t thetBroW of Mlsiisaip pl Is the fuestortiisr brother Mr Brown 1 vLinhams stteudnd elairstSpripg5etd- tt S 4 TherrJfl this platslwho at 1 tended the reunion at Mr Ben fttjBojpti wese Mr Jeaie Smith 4 and finiiy Mr7 Stth Stup bud t son and Mra Brt Brown wlf iilidJli ughterLUlie j f A Kii4l Who butt Home set the word to talking ijat Paul MathulkaeofThifailNYsays he always keep at hotqe the Kipp of all- fL3xatlveaDF Denys New Life pmJ and ihatirJeyre ablt 2sibftoaIlWI I ffamily tfure Consumptioobeadache tS ndijreAtlnn dyspepsia Oniy 25pat i t zgaydou ltolertsoa I bile Ala Aug 27AlI 5u co tin al wrt qu eke tre S05 too S have been rec irdel on the i iBeismograph atSniing Hill Co r 4lsceaince last night the must se r J Mr e shccks occurin8 at 5 oclock wel morning The continuous a 3lw Wm of the the instrn tient 11i fftj peculiar and accordifr toatUa scientistsis charge indi- c eate a seismic disturbance oft sco JiWerable force The direc J1i1of the waves cannot bas cerNixei fAAn agree ent has been reached betwee i Thoeaaa 7f Vinson Reflr Inr45j s tai Birk5lg11e Hamlett- r rtf t bfiNHWerwHl ai kfany speecb- M during be campaign Mr j f Vittyfiii blwre that it will be IteMer for the educational inter eftts6 the ute that Ib e Depart 1t f mentof Education benot dragged ljisttl politics and Hamlett coin I bliiiig wifh him on this point j the twp were sot slow in rdaJdb Vinj an agreement not to doany Her51dr f 11 IIiE JVrc t j t L WS=LEADER I I HOPELESS Is the Splkin the Ranks off Republicansd v Washington Aug 27Demo eras in Washington are tickeltdl o death oday over Pretideiit Tails bitter arraignment of Senator La Follette the pomp douredlnsu sent leader in Con gresalin his speefchat Hamilton Mass ynstefday They heard with unrestrained jjoy the news I frcm the insurgent headqaarttrs here where La Follette presides that the Presidents speech means the split in the Rep bUI can party is beyond repair t Tbat the President should have also said a few uncomplimentary things loa political way abuu the work of Representative GJ car W Undtrwood of Alabama and Speaker Clark in reviewing the MghprottCtive feast does nol disturb the Democrats who are Ieftln Washington a6ulf hey realize that it iis the busi ess uf a Republican President to attack the Democratic leaders but it is regarded as much more significant that Mr raft should ave opened the Republican j brench wider than ever at a t meE when everyone admits that the only chance of Republican sec teas in 1912 is absolute Republican east Senator La Follette outsprken politicaladversary of President Taft and contender with him lore the nomination of the Repobli jj an party for the presidency is for the present silenced by the t j challenge hurled at him by the j President The insurgent uSjj dally the glibbest of talkers ye- used absolutely to comment on speech today Inquiries at the Senators resc denceiniWasbinKto brought I the information that be was engaged iin an important con i ference fltlf some friends and cbtlld tit diatitrKedr Who the friends were was not stated nor could any Jnformatt Lion b gamed as to the nature of the conference Several weeks ago it was announced that Mr La Follette would remain at the Capital after Congress ad journed and conduct his presidential campaign vAe isi here but evidently vibe President gave battle before he waS quite readyt t But the insurgent leader in I t B i tnjklud tlUadtl the Senator makes bw speech before the State orange olEern- tsylvania at Harrisbnrg m xt Thursday There is every roa son to believe that Mr La Fol lefts spent a good part ojf his Sunday searching or the freak places in Mr Tafts severe ar raignment off the Undervjrbod La PuJlette tariff bills passed a t the special session and cooly vetoed by the Preafdent Ever holy hers realizes that the speech of theu Pesident i opening gun in the big tarintbat tie that is to wage with unabated dl fury from now unt1eIeciioqda- ayear l y from next November That the President intendf to make many more speeches jlike the one that Hamilton while on his six itliZe eiienies tonntryJhext t mduth is believed to be the fact h ra not onl7 by the frierids cf the Administration but by the in iD gent sympathizers and ithe D moor t Mr LH Fllette is not the oiiJy insurgent r ho will open fire Jon Mr Taft within the next few wreks The split jn the Reojib scan party is to speech to be made a few dtlys later by Geoilgp WC Norris of Nebraska at the Nebraska State Fair Secretary of Agrlcultnre Wil son is xpected to speak on ttlat occasion aUo strong plea for tlierenminnttPJ- lor Mr TaftT There is considerable specula flop her4 sit to whether tie Presidents speech means that be is going to throw tp the winds all suggestions that he tryjto conciliate the insurgents and get together to meet the fem ocratic onslaughts next 9ear n insurgent quarters the hint fs being hrown out that the President means to declare war to the death and to seek renominaliqn t without the aid and even wl h the invited opposuion of ills iin surgents The hints are tak n by unbiased observers to mea that the insurgents want war and expect to force the Presi dent intp it They realiza that with war Mr Taft cannot wih the election eyei though he getjs 1thewant him to win the election l l GRANt GRAf It Wedding in Illinois IIn Y JclrBri lels a Former Girl fr Qn Wednesday AugnstZtfVd at the home oi ttp br lees p ir on ts Mr and sjQrvUle B Grant was solemnized the mar riage of their qiily dauHter Edith Grace and Mr Pliz W Gras The house was ut fultfde- s coruted with vine and fluwers beneath which tie brid and room stood while Jibe R etA F Roberta pfoaofirfcedthbsoU run audbcButlful words viich united the conple t They used the do jble ruigjcer emony the bride an broom each presenting the ofchir with a riiiij g engravedwith the nit aIhlrJ- iver J and receiver v Miss Winslowsto 4dat tlie left dtbe brido glove at the prupet time islicel beuUful dress of whitd laflteta silk ndi crepe de Obin e grtJo i rrIltlicuuwHutlqual blllcrC MI Graff has aWgiet l front the uiedical department ofvi He U aversity of Ndbhvilie aim hJt Ibehf the position t1tteacher oft seiencc iu the M shill H11 snool for aey r Kyoali t1ir I Graff iis u graduate ac0hiUoiViii sty ui Texas ail J 4 Idfiratnuil- ijrs He has als tikeh a c 7Ufie in latvlAt preen iIiE3 ifliij po ed in the Frt sate B enk j of MarstaU ff rtny the bride donne a traveling suit af dark bron rd they left for a trip to Chicagoi Wter which they wit return to G jeenup fpr a visit and later go to Marshall to make their home 1 f stse present eaides the brides parents and brothers AleX kand Harold were Mrs JO-t Greeaorr Misses Winnieabdi Ke ova Winslow and JRev A F Roberts J IKind friends presented many presentsnand among them wt s a remem brance from Dr Je oftChampaign a friend ibfthe bride of 31 pieces of sterling srtver and a dish of polished pla k Greon up Press IDr Edith Grant well remembered here wlierqshe live 5Iii when Ier Ither Pnf 0H Grant conducted theSprlngfleld dIi COVingt Ji1 building A Reunion = A family reunion was given at benrpug of near Steuart lastIThursdaYi August 22 it being i birthdaysTnitseHenrypBAIL and daughter Vir ie of Spencer county Mr Tom Bug wife and daughter Beltie of LongUck Air Jessie bmitb wife a Elmer6MI Il8YJorjulJClson i thewar ofPrathers cheek Mrs Lucy Hoioerman and three1 Chi dreu Bbh Ricnard and A ow did af Texas Mr B uydr h ire and daughter Lillie of Litses1rSi iiji biurapj and son PhiifSp arlrj Strati JSamobs of r fcJ4monstovrf Mrs Ediio Key and son LiVaine Mr George ar Goode Wife und two chiFdren vIi Joe Uoode ud wifeund Mr Ijhiii rBivwii or Sluw Miss Usippii A beaufful dunier was ervtd unaa ui si tin jo aule diy waf tepiitu are Uedesire of the w litCr is ihaDAveHtiai Qu tu tgeahj da s y nt J Accusod of SlfIlng E IE Cuamb2ri itt of Clinton ale boldly accused tits kens Arnic JialVc of stealiuir the sting front burns or sealils the p tin from s rcs of all kindilea dUtress froir boils or pile filt rob + cuts c irns lruiner spruins andhjurlcs of tncir error be ayuas a healing remedy tsR equal vaont exist OeMr 2bcfzi Hayilon Robertsons WhatHeXne i of vvTbe lawyer =hid a somewhaf difficult witness says awritr in the Milwaukee Journalt and finall- Y of asked if he knew any of tUe men pu the Jury YeStsir It replied th wit nessuQlore than half of tlffimIt Are yon willing to swear that your know more than half pf them demanded the lawyerb Wny if it comes to that Im l knowjmoretba logedCompanion LAwA NolJRDER League To Be Formed In Mountain Counties To Rid I them Of Feudst Lexington uv Aog 28 Promped bv strdng pn1ii sent inent which has oogn fwt redhy editorials andsermori Ipstl ordr iin th t mountain cjuntis of BiBjbern Kntuek v lit vaCillel cynfeence at Jackson BreatnI itt county for Monday Octooer to device ways And jrieanfc ridJthat faction of lawlessness growing quaf feuds mool hin otlWbreakh pifA6 hpco rpr rearsIwill be uses to f anger in every county to otkl d1tapatrol Ptcj l patroHed bv polici Th d story of praciicall vver pri- ntltsmnnntatnfivor the pin It isi plinted oijt ithat ptesM1I offss ae trio w Jif umerja llv I1clII1Icr 1rouid i a i c tr9 ajlJ WrIsottjat the tnlr fo cV woifd tt command in rau of dlH ee Ijwi asfie noio n It iWcr ctld thv prtci ul 1KPlitratiwillcett rep 4htt r s o tlwI I codrtJncpf ndlthatjf Iv bhI II ia optel ihiiuttnn v rood i it s rJ i hl= ft otMf Jaokspnciizp1 i tag ng the weu 5iH1IJIIIhl ti Clay Cttq illcoughed and coUghed He was In the mountalnSouthe advice fit doctors whossalho had on7 sumptigqbutfgnndnahelpin tho elimate and started home Hearing Dr Klngs New Discover he be gaD to use 1LlIl believcltsavedml y life he writes for it made a new man out qf ms ep that I can now do good work again For all lung die ease l coujjhs colds lagrippe asthma croup whooping cough hay fever hemorrhage hoarseness or quinsy Its the best knQwn remedyr boa and Sim Trial bottle jPrice Guaranteed bjMHiydon Rob er onJ t L t S SU f rAEI1 W1UuIj AM 1 r Cq JOt Wi Ic 1kj SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Sif3HIf beemphaizediby Represeatative SpringfieW andumoealair fj3tFottune Attorney I eisoji oi pr1rdo r Houfh Canijipa has lttew leter eoJ ROddFetlowsi K inquires CIn rntft 19Ctl tttJsou stats that be deal e tolp cafe ibey CwrtbplryartofB4lgiim J S Inhqu i 5ir oerehsnttatln n dlid nt1i rodsbarg abVut 70JIl ttwin z rcidowandia small son niijiir l Lee St hiliauf The wit t J m trued bucian Tones apdat oflirl o Crab Orchard and lift 1O1 Pineville Le Sfelnbaui tslla j 11LouiSlvilli M ssrg Jrpant anL L iopalrl 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fAIJultuiec Irt ij W r 1 I r pl1L E ta 0 1 4rJIeTotInZ ltauvrI jita1I8DM i DkLNDERS1 l iFeRHuCWash1ngton CO r i J l POLIlj SiA r 1 BI Ol A ff f4rr7 1JA 1l tiJ1i iabjQ jIi ff frrqeI will try tOOk flown i cterl1of Iassttp4 the 4 t N I de jJMphlndI amllJF Spent ttJrttHbMrWtt urIkrA i s WIiia two yI aBoibiLeoff i i y1 ed 6rfilster 4 7iiVd 1I1L t WIbtLinfr m bSMILQpQflCQrOiityS ih lrl 8 8nd relatfesl W 11M 3Jfi 1 E H Stmpb cined J 4S fHr oi Jtfrs Bep Bugg lJast Bi 1 slS lbJswceil 4i Li i L- O6bJi i eo JremU1lnlllJ Ot G wa it plac a fw daysR f41 Th riKrtb Y attended the ii P11 at 1P11J2toWJ1 SaturdayandS tW iri thige a udd1e 1 u1 f J t1J ouP f was the T SaTMcLJ 0 Milton 1tratriB lJ of 5S- t dJoffwi wdr they olwll i th 1nd C pi11 N1IY r re f AthI Id Princes Jnry 1e Go Br d spbt Sat i ray laAuiidayof last week 1i Jlt GStumph mir fJ tcktt1is place arelEt At1tiJr er j f ICot Rag y B03 1 J r wL IJJ IHGJN 1 r RE9 J M Tk mpl for health being rtt wa4 tM country over Isto be aided Xt ilMilrfUy1 y the Htabl1shmeBton the ir the ICeatucki State Fair at Jjwjwill at V permanent health ttlUU Kte cost of which Vlll be paid r itJ j c li county fiscal coWtot Dr W U4 Orwrt jetty health officer of fttotevW aM Dr W B Smock Jef Ws iity keS iiJofflcec iMr U wltk M Iacal 1oaIM4HT04 tk jtpjpropcktton Tb federal 1ahuageedtosendacorp i yeaiirua m pt health r f t R ARADE J ONE OF BIG FEATURES fi UvcHtek itaTcketT In RIbbon l fliA urid Pavilion toCc llht of Audience I It J4I SE Wt fas always been one of the f i ijit e8ting of all the features In a CcSiiSetloir with the Kentucky State jn jfe grand parade of prize yatsptbcicaioun the ring In 1 psY4 f4UuitcUBg This feature la yeartvWwill be started at two FfldayII4 Tife Xjra4lr H imposing one nott fatOlle freitttke amount of money rep 4reHlitHzbytJ1e premiums but because IvjPIb TO fAvf moving ribbon peflAcked cat U siam aware of thelr ommerclalI therI 4 MrtM1 of high degree prance along i H flore than cOnsClous Of their tii tkei13g fOP running and barking 3fc jrqCeblitHo Wfc ot the whips of their mos tee and hogs J4MlSteep equal ti itp r 1 i lcse W o ifl th a Stimtllu9 Z iiec 1eir stock In luluru l l 1 1b adji W- r ot55kict II i ts5t wouI Ifk ThI 4e NIt 0 jot 1 itl s14 j OI1 i t lf aaIN1iwilbtoJL ok A dIC It ado r t ThEFAIRI sei ftef Holding Anothb cf Successful Meeting f j T eaabingtoq County Fall closedon llast Safcufdy Owing aiise rains on Fri 7addH a rday only a rail stzedibrpxyd l was iuaiieuvlaace fioVever thn l i iIbrl1D1 D small1mocofThe1J tslYi ferestr fcas rpanlfesi d hut the- InsEiad made tljeringipsorjhi bad condjtion Friday and SaturJ 4y that shows did not iincpieIL theinterest they cKtlIorx theotberI days JTherg was good stock onJ exhibition andall things consid red th fair wasas much of- uccessas a could be hoped for t CASSAHANDVORK EjCaTeL B Catnmlck ilaginmg work Pearl Stew jot Klig ixyarQwprkMrs J 0 i01 MikCotoQullrMrs4W Camden jj 5MD1piffiilkEmbroidery 0- odrick o crochet work m coitonMrtM JE Wharton l Crochet work in worsted May iUambron Embroidered Towel Julia Parrot V- COTTbN EMBROIDERY Hand ombroideredShirt Waist Mrs Bohannon Doilies A Trihble Luacn Cloth A Tribble Table Scarf Miss Matti Rob- 1toIiib Ladies Tie Mrs T C Camp ell Sqfa Pillow Mrs T 91i Camp bell vFrench Em broideryi Miss e uliaParr tl H Mt Melick Embroidery Mrs ohaiinonSWallachiac Embroidery Mrs eon Allen lIard anger Embroidery Miss ate Wharton Eyelet Embroiderr Sadie Wilson Shadow Embroidery A Tribble- ijrawn Work C C Boldrick Embroidered Bedspread Mrs R Barber i HanQ made Ladies Shirt Waist Mrs CijA Green Handmade Calicb Dre sMra C Boldrick Embroidered Laundry Bag Miss EmmaPolin Irish Point Lace Miss Kate Wharton Battenberg Lace Mrs Earnest ArnodI Knitted Lace Mrs JoeCleib- nts Point Lace Mi sC AGreen Irish Crochet Mrs J R Wharton l isf Knitted CounterpaneJLannfpton Crochet Connterpanje Mrs Nannie Briney Pair MitteristVda Grundv- AfghanjnZepbjf r C A Wlfson Tissue paper work Miss Mat tie Eo3erts n Fancy Apron Mamie Wilson Prettiest Dressed r Dpllk Miss Mattie Robertson CLASS B FLOWERS Band Bouquet Mamfe Wilson Bouquet of Roses Julia Parrot Largest Sunfiowerhead Ben J Smithi CLASS C PAINTING Ppttraitin Oil Miss Flora Keene Landspape iin Oir Miss Fjora Keene 7 FJovybrs jn Oil Miss Lou BookerSPortrait in water colors Miss FjoraiKeene Crayon work Mrs C A Green Free Sand Drawing Miss Lou Booker Pastel work Miss Flora Keene Onehalf dozen plates Mrs Joe Olaybrooke Painting in China Mis Ber tha Haydon t Hand Painted Placque Miss VIora Keene FrametMissBand Painted AJinature Miss Flbra KeeneI1BurnL york in Wood Miss Robertson j Jten ndjk ekiuorlMisa Florfl Keene ftJ F UlrS MQSETd ullecfion of Apples A 13 fW llwfeBSnJDivia 1H t f D Ridii Smkh at Wmfafr TltcltSaiVth hSpafdlngiOlements Paiet Eating Appes4v 2DjWaiuer i f BBartlettt Peats R AT ompJ son Sw Collection of Pears Grand IydlaI fieckel Pears Roy Plate Pears not raentioiikd a ove TJl Settles Plate cling stuue peaches J Rich Smith A js Plate Grapes ThorutonWatS ers Plate Cpncpiid 5rapr JS j j Settlpsil f S J t ll Plate Seedling G apVs SP J Plate Word n Grapes JS PS fArringlt PIit5hia G r obn Browot 1PO9JMrs Pate ptr D afe W Dawson sJIIPlate Grapee any varifLy T Settles j Collection P ums Mrs Kate itsey jj Watermelon Arnold Settles ThofPsonCanaloUp Largest Pumpkin W t Ry 1JoundMcEroy MIdj bpecial oy Wllli Roller I1WlJeatJev jRohIeiumShuWz 8 Special by Wilisburg Roler MillsLayer Ice Mrs H JASosh Special by WiUisburgiRoller Mills Larger White Oake Regina Bryan f Best Caramel Cake MrrJ S cElroy Cfiocplate Cake Mrs T DTapp McElroyLight Com Bread Mrs EHzi Mitchell Rome madecheese Mis John Bipwn Biscuit soda Miss Kat Whar ton Biscuit beaten Mr J T Wheatlt y t IReginaO IJarcaunedBrown II1 Jar Chow Chow Mrs John Brown Grape wine Mrs G D Rob 1Bl1 S G Apple Vinegar Mrs J Y Mayeslj I l Display Jeily Mrs Grundy Display preserves EdjPiles CLASS R GI IN and FIELD SEED 12 ears white corn Mf Ches ser bt J W Tucker 2d 12 ears yellow corb J S Clements 1st JOE Clements 2d Peck redwheat JOPolin 1st Wm Janes 2a DonetlyPek Peckclovor seed John Don elly Peck timothy seed John Don elly CLASS G VEGETABLES AND FARM PRODUCTS Irish pbtatoes A Barber- peck sweet potatoes jSpalding Clements Peck pripns Mrs S G Hard esty 4 peck turnips Mrs Wjll Johnson Heck tomatoes C W DaVson peck beets BenJSmith Six head cabbage John Don elly Display vegetables Mrs1 Wil Iohnson CLASS H POULTRY f Barred plymoth rock cock and b HarmqnBarred cockerel and pullet Mrs 0 L Brady Wnhe ply motuFock cock and KimbajllWhite copkerel l and pullet H E Butlfer Shver w andnttcock and hen E Settles White wyandoHecnfckerei an pullet Ray ThuriKan Light brahma cck and nen Grundy Homan Light brahma cockerel and flomajnBlackand hen Mrs J W Willett Brown leghorn cockerel and pullet Mrs B LLitsey white leghorn cock and ben j T Wbeatly f JJuff Orpingtons cock arid henR il BanislerIButT Orpingtons cotkerel and pilHett R M Banister NallyPitgame o Nally J Rhode Island Redcock and hen Mrst Sam Tucker SS pulletIrsjBronzeSMcEiroyMcElroyVhiteHarmon RHarmouPekin Dudks Lloyd Haydon lWhj riLHOGS DH1rertBOh j Poland ChinaI LWharton QLWhartonSowtDUROCJERSdvs 1 IiTppIFf hoar over 6 months old E S Maya Boar one yeaf0ld and rerESMayi a GGrundy55Sow5GOntindy thresowsES Sow any age E StU ayes lISt W GJGrundy 2d J Best roadster mare ior gelding 1C James 1st H A Sosh C THIRD Bull 2years oldan J over J R and G L Wharton 1st C AJWibsozrSo2d- Bull one year old aSid under two GR Harmon 1 iBull under one yeaSrG L Haydon 1st JHi Haydon 2d 1 unddrtworJWharton Rlj Cv under one yold CLCruxidy Il1stCAv5n11and G L Wharton Uf I oJerseyW Williams 1st andTCI AC Kimball2dn Mule Rac 1k 1BuJY4 IIIS Handsomest Girl jBaby under one year old Mary E Snyder andIunder of ty Mack Hendren 1st j Stallion three years old and over J i Peterslst f v 1 Mare four years old Over JO James lstHASo8h2d i Mare 2yearold ami underlhree H A Sosh 1st Mack Hughes 2dt Mare one year old and uiffler two Thompson2d t under one year old C L Grundy 1lIIareB Leachmap d i pure and colt B B Leachman t 1st P S Barber2d OLDFSHIONE1GIRLS GOOD Those Who Find Tfhelr Way Into Ju fl venUe Court Are Drospd In Late tYleIMrs Virginia Murray matron of tbeI Juvenll Detention Home in Colum bus is authority for the statement that the oldfaahlpned girl doesnt find j her way into thej juvenile court She Bas that girls kith the ginghmpfrock and hair tied with never appear bofdTe the juvenile judge but that nearly all of the girls appearing before him are dressed in the latest I lAl arlngJInDame Fashion tit is no uncommon thing to see a lltife girl of twelve or tourteeti dressed like awoman of ma ture years In bottle skirt and decol fete gown Baysj Mrs Murray andsahe adds tbate have dtimecard rata and PHs Then this good woman who sees so much of waywardness who comes intdu direct ontact wthso many youthful ineorrigibles gtvrthl splendid ad vice to mothers j I t advise mothers to pay more atr tentIon to their dwightera wardrobes Picture hats highheeled shoes openwork stockings and very low cut dresses are articles to be tabooed Springfield News Uniforms Jn Night BattlesaIGray of much night ghtIngc give added value to theogray uniform of the German soldiers While this attire proved JtJiJ superior invisibility at the recent maneuvers during the daytime it was in tile night fighting that Its effectiveness was best demonstrated In day light men engaged in patrol duty and 1security service was unseen bj the enemy but those In dark blue the IlfireNUlDerousJ with soarchllgI and then It was found that the kra was universally appreciated Troops wear g the old uniform were clearly vjilble on the ground eveh when JYlnk Jown while those in gray were fxtremely difficult to discover even wjien in close orden It is obvious that any color harmon izing with the paleness of artificial light yill be Imore effective asa shield from detection Army and Navy Journal Mpderrif Photography Motion photography is so far perfected that a London photographer advertises that he will make motion portraits com ofsix hundredsed and forty eparate pictures for a guinea 5264 They can be shown l by a hand Btereoscope reproducing perfectly the jnpvementa of the sub Ject Child pictures are said to be particularly pldaalng tot the reason that the chIl4 In motion ia natural unconstrained Parents who canand preserve the yoices of their Children In phonographic records and their ac tions in the nMYmotIqtt pictures areI fortunate inCdYquths Companion U a Hla Sense of HumOr dMrs Youngrfitedd had been taking cooking lessods through a correspond ence course Althoujh there wail a marked 1m provepient in he culinary department of the Youngwdd homestead the hus band lost no opportunity for poking fun at his wifes cooking 04e mom lug just as h was leaving for busi ness she askcl My dear j hat would you like for dinner this evening Well h replfed smilingly well have lleon four with elception ca little of lesson 9 and perhaps tho postscript of Wesson 12 for dessert Womans Home Companion Necessary Labor Everything within and about us ahowa that liiSnever was Intend l that man should pe idle Our ownheajth and comfort jand the welfare and hap plness of those around us all require that man should labor Mlndj body soul all allie suffer and rust out by idleness thej idler is a source 1men tal and more offense to everybody around HJeIls a nuisance In the world and fjfeeds abatement for the public goodj like any other source of pestilence JRecovered Her Slghtvr After belbff totally blind for twelve years a wpman eightyseven y are oldMrs Boyland of Taunton Eng Jdnd hoB Teceived back ifit Blght IJurlag thee years she had preyed that she should regain her sight and- about a mftnth ago she could see a glimmer Otiiilght Gradually the blind ness has disappeared and she can nowSee wjkt time It Is by the church Jxslock f yards awdy She saw a mo iftor car forHthe first time a fqw days T I inculcating Religion sTbe falii Iff off in attendance In the various churches slid the jack of terest on tte part of young people in rellgioua matters has had the attention of the authorities of Bavaria where theisupreme court lisa decided that parent must provide religious struction for their children and that the Instruction must be In jkeeplng with the faith otthe parents 51Sf w JUST AS GUUO AS VACATJON uIIMr Gwinklntoi Says He Rsada Booklet arsin the End tlafled laII WhOre am I going this Well bm I avent quitO nade up mylnind yetfaid Mr G nkn Im still readjcg the booklets tOthIIEvery year Jget the booklets ot of em and say theyr Beautifully printed and delightfully Why its as good as acation to read acme of them and go overall of tem and enjoy eVery ne of them and tryto make up my ind which place ld like best onesnowsothe like the seashore SQl the mountains For myself I like the sea 1 shore better byt I think its wise to alternate to give oneself the benefit thB various sorts of air and so sometimes J go one place and sometimes anothgrwhen I gol I dont always go There are cerI thin circumstances not always coml letly within my control that som times keep me in the city all through the summer and at the present moI ment this looKs to me like one of hose summers But whether I go or not I always read the booldets always as I am ng with profound delight now about the shady nooks 11aud the purling brooks and the grand old ocean andI they are all a Joy to me even when as this year it looks as if idhaye to take it out of the booklets IIgtUI I mn not disturbed by that owdo I know what sort of a theyd give m ein thejTlace Wb want to go They might put meroomj the kitchen pr give me a cot in barn The table might not be just what I had expected and there might he mosqultqes there t dont know Just what Id find there might be various drawbacks while sitting hero t home can revel in the booklets rfect charm with absolutely no drawbacks whatever You can see that cant you i LEECH HAS BEErV DEPOSED Few Are Sold flow Though Not LonlJI Ago the Traffic In Then Was Ij Large Another of our cherished Ideas wIlt oon be no more The leech has beenI from IItaBovereignty and Its passing forms the subject of an ar tlcle in the 3Iois lltteralre et plttores qiie by M Jacques Boyer who telll s that prior to 1870 a dozen wboleI sale houses in Paris were engaged in the traffic of this gibier pharmaceu tique and that they sold between 300000 and 400000 a month at tho rate of 250 francs or 50 per 1000I One house alone survives and the umber sent out Is 130000 and the price has fallen to about 70 francs per 1000 What we may term the leech tarm for want of a better name we are rI s 1hlrldiculteur who formerly exer ised his calling in the neighborhood r Bordeaux in an artificial marsh He had several Infirm horses and these poor creatures were Induced by trickery to take a bath in the marsh with the result that the growing leeches got a feed at the expense of the life lood of the venerable horses of which I they had no superfluity In Croatia Dalmatia and TUrkeyI they fish for leeches Whlcblro ln baskets like oysters When these arrived In France they were placed In dark cellars without nourishment the better tij fit them for theii worK on the invalid H Boyer tells an amusing story of a lot of leeches purchased for the navy They were duly registered asx each was sent out Five It seemed died s natural death a tact which willI be preserved in the archives of the ministry of marine Angel of the Battlefield Mrs Maria Magee of Tlpperary who is accofoing to records the second oldest Crimean veteran of her sexini thq world was one of the veterans present at the coronation dinner giv en in Belfast She hals been In the firing line in many a hard fought and historic battle and has soothed the last moments of scores of British soldiers dying in foreign lands She traveled with her husband through India Egypt New Zealand and the Mediterranean statlpns Asked what her feelings were when in the thick of the fighting with the bullets whistling around Mrs Magee said I didnt think of it I was looking after the poor wounded fellows Everyone was shouting for his moth ror his wife or his children Thats what the dying soldier always erica for and be lotea to send them a last message Elephants Killed by Rats In 1868 three lof Hagenbecks ele- phents Just brought from Africa were attacked by rats which atoI through the wooden floor on which thy the elephants stood and gnawed the animals feet All three tired no dOUbTf rom fright rather than from paIn Mr Robinson lu quJtin this story as the most dreadful apparently in his collection of anecdotes of elephants attacke4 by puny ene mien seems to be unaware that the same thing has happened in England The first chronicled instance we be lieve belongs not to the Regept Park Zoological Gardens but to Clif ton and has been duly recorded by Frank Buckland But there has been InoYFawkes was one of the sufferersll Preserving the There is always the bright side ai well asthe lark side When the dark side is uppermost let us polish Itun til it is even more beautiful than the bright side lGreatly Needed It seems to be high time for the legal doctors to discover some strltf gent cure tor loss of memory on the witness stand j Complete Judson rWhat is your wifes plan for a country 5bbmeV Hudson Fourteen closets and a pergola Harpers Bazar A Neglected Education dont understand Buffklns Why not r Every time I tell one ofttmy stories ho says Pass thd hemlock Value of tarly Training t Train4 up a child in the way ho should go and SVen whbn he is old he will not depart from It Proverbs of Solomon ntH16 5r t ii U rFrederickstown PPcnIc I o t I aatur dObS b erJ I I i ItIFor Charitable purpose The last andestseasom Good dinner and r6lrehmeits few inua11 l tJBandgood order That reputation will be kept tip faIi1oUifQlf I ITheCommittee JiIi IL rSTEEL MONSTERS CRkSHHEUn UN THRILLING SPECTACLE PROM ISEDFOR VISITORS AT KEN TUCKY STATE FAIR COLD SHIVERS A PLENTY a Two Monster Steel Steam Engines Dash InFSpectatorSn Seldom fg it that any community is IIIsuchIII formanco aa is promised the ctoYs in attendance at the Kentucky State Fair on SvuVday EPtember 16 when montstarfull head of steam and permitted to crash headon in full view of the spec tatprs A sight such as this Is uffil cleat to cause tho most stolid of psrj sons he with the nerves df steel to iI Involuntarily shudder and flinch as tho collision occurs fr The hiss of escaping steam the bursting of the great boilers the ing of the formidable iron partsrC1jj tearing and crashing an4 twlsteij masses of steel are spiring in the terrible force which acj companies jJtheiq The sigBTof the two mountains pi machlneryrushlng headlong into eachj treczEitht anddoWnIl i The sensations resulting are intense but It such as these that the huj man family is sejeking today and no more spectacular offering could be provided to satisfy the ever present desire for something out of the ordl nary Tho engines arc placed on opposite ends of a Jxack built especially for the purposo The fires are started 1tho steam is produced the throttles larc thrownvopen ariS the two mon are started to physical detruc tion by engineers who leap to safety beforq tho Impact comes ft IllBeII TJIeIeFWIII You U CATCHY slOGAN FOR BOOSTING OF STATE FAIRIS DECIDED UPON v t A slogan for the ninth Kentucky State Falrhas been dedded upon a dI It is expected to become a household word before September ilrolls around It l8aaIollo5VB Ill be there will you The state fair management thinks that all Kentuckians Slid southern In dlanians sliotid be boosters for the Kentucky State Fair and this slogan is suggested as an appropriate oqe to use in that connection It Will be ad I vertised extensively and the hope is expressed that it will be taken up an used generously dI doIIngt going to attend the fair and thus become a booster Ifc then asks the question Wilt you In ether- words It puts It up to the person addressed to getbusy and Join in mak Ing the fair the greatest in the history of the south Just as the greet lag Howdyl bfccame a household word in and around Lonlsvlllo when the Mystic Shrlnamet In that city so Is the greeting Ill be tlietpwUL you expected Oto become equally popular the length and breadth of the state FINEFOR THE CANDIDATES BIG DAY DURING KENTUCKY STATE FAIR SET AS1DE IN THEIR INTEREST A Kentucky community without one or more candidates present or pros pectlve for a state or district office is a sad commuhlty indeed In old Kentucky according to tradltonohJI dren are taught political dogmas with their prayers nutaddt tp the great host of eandldafes for the more im portant pfflces the army of those seek Ins city oiS county positions and a force will bo brought together sum clent to drive both tladero andvDlarf with their followois out of tIe turbu lent country ot Mipxjco and Into the sea i The decision therefore 1 to have one day of Kentucky StAte Fair week Qt asUle to be known as Candidates day Is certain to meet with vociferous ap pr val and thhrolieod1bo no fear of a record breaking crowd forthodg on that occasion ITru hof the Case Betty Rlchvvppd Chinks it provoking for a woman who has been working all day mending her husbands coat to find a loie letter from another in the pocket That is perfect nonsense There is not a woman on earth but would find the letter before sSe gan to mend the coatand then tile coat Would not be mended afalL HUrt In Queer Accident An astonishing ac ld nt Occurred lately at Hobart Australia A man named Crttchler was riding bicycle and when passing an omnibus the driver swung his whip catching him around the neck The cyclist was helpless and before he could save himself he was Jerked under the v- ehe ri sustained serloiv pfuriea 4 DES1BABLE p opmi1fS 1II FOR SALE BY- McELRQY 1rWHARTON l4Nol52acre9 of land located dhe half mite from town good 6 room dwel ling barn apd other buildings fruits of acreIOOO91 acres of land miles from Spring etI good seven room dwelling house ew two good barns stiickand tobacco barnj well tand watered Per- cre8O No 3 9S acre farm located 6 miles fromLebanongoodbarnstable stock Per acre 6 Io 4 acre acre farm ve loca f111Ikmdtobacco stOckbarngianaiyI i f1all lays well mostly ingraai per 4i3 Sic 1m1lesroSpninglieldj l di tbarn ond other outbuildl pSi well watered 80 acres in grass per acBeiJfe No 7 130 acre food frame dwellin sePexleverbatting JNofrom town good new dwelling good ibirn t p Prle4iO0i t No ft 205 Sties dwelling 6 robmi stock barn and large tobacco brnisom ofcaltiyationper jiNQj blu- etlJandj50 acres of wOocl1idgood v dwelhig stock barsIx 1sllo g WlTarco barn desirabte lacation 1 ct lgI If deiirbIeIflookiug for a farm call oii4we will take pleasure in shpwgrI q 14 t I tt I1nomflJSiI tltol i ii cffinneedofathingtth of Toillstbue ionumej c Itfbuyi g J r i itSfIf t jiLocal7P 5Sj1 + t 55 jNI t 4c i+ + i L i t tl f4 Bigger and Bettert EYr9J j NJNTLIAN AL11 Kentucky t Fiii j LOrnSVILLE 4 SEPTOMBERH L2 13 L4 15 i6 1911 1LLBETJLER tYOU- r ThRILLING FREE ACm MJLy RAGING LIVE STOckaHOW 0FINE HORSES GOOD W3SQ CLEAN MIDWAY UTXNSHEADON COLLISION SATt MORE CLASSES AD LATRGKR FMMIY7 M TVAN JlVMli- For information or Catalogue Waft to 4 t 1tUYM IY Iseeslery1 No O1Paul es iiiuii i c t4q tvIooM t5asat and sywf y irI Wlake Some MONEYi1Tho sand8 or people edoing iilm work OftblFor full particular of l ery liberl I c isli cornrritoplon fM r cash prize fw 1 t etc qc1dsDk9o 1 RIBNERS G ZINII 153 1Hth AVe NeW YorK CWy A spocta s4fr T M M ss iit iL II f iI1iiT+ The Jfa LvI j Evening Poofleyerfor330 j i4 118 7 IJ DG T HUdrOHI I 1 M4C 1DENT rSETH EXTRACTED lttrHOUT RAIN rir tItf meI U yiT Block iip aial- iSPRINGF1IJLI r KY ilh Ont1l Work Strict f Firttclmis I QR JCMUVFD Fkjcin ari Slrg ID r j Office houraato 9 amM J- VX J M to 2SOffices oVerlHayLdons Drugstor I lI ON1cc IJ Il 51 1 WF j i ATTORNEY i Oe or feoplei a 3 tt 1fiJRlNUF1ELK k c JJlr IH W HYATT t Office oVeried Cross Drut s Store Office hours Hyatt 1Q30 I t evto 12 m 410 5 PA V JOnNy MAYSu UIEKAL uUflCTO1 J AK LtqESED EMAU1Eh tELEPHONESDAY tO NIQHT 74 it SPRIH6FIELDKI i rm R1W tIU31Y fU S3 PRACTICAL t F IpNTlST-v 1 t O8Ice qvexHaydon Barber 0 t leI work at reasonable prices ljr6rk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY cr j iI k r WoUowang Y is thelime schedule now in effect bn the BardstowL- andSpfrlngfield branch railroad Mo 41Leave Louisville at- E g 43Qp or Bardstown Junctiot 522 p m j Bardstpwn Qt1P m iis 655j rjri 6M a in Bar 8tow1 845 a m rdtowrfJu1Crctfon 780 am anyw at Jjouisvalle 820 aim- N j =Leavea L6uisyille a 2Qam BazditownJUnctiots S55am4 Bardstowh 1 T05 a thnUarrlvesat Springfield 1140 p m t No 44iLeaYe8 Springfield ai I i lppm BarJstowi 220 pmtBardstpwn junction 410 p4mrI arriySat JiOuisville 545 p a 0 iMf fani liK1Tr e a J3 ravJberry Plantst Aspalgut Blackberries iJtts25p bRi pses RiUuUaretr Wripr free catalogue We aitn enhI 4llh1enffieyer So Lexioton1iy- S i t STATUsoFTHEBLoDHoUNcSprem i t thAnImaIaestIrnony May J Is Conalderedt t Terttlnjs6f the bloodbotind ta Am trlcan criminal jurisprudence Inot rett1ed it appears despite thejable 5and exhaastlve OplnJonr derogatory tojthe dogs rendered fcy Judge Suillynn 5when on the supreme benchof Ne bra8kaSt That opinion wag arorably regarded And was shown suclt respect by Courts In other 8fat6t that Its charI kcter u a precedent Beemed to be falr1y ven estbI lb But now an r oplnlpiiM Ire t lythelci pballo im PrtJhas beeif handed dQwnby so near a tribune at the supreme court of Kaa iu The ruling is that the tesfjJ mofof bloodhounds Is something HUiatrBiay be properly considered ea iiipeQlally la connection with other evfcI rdeVcfi incoming the competency pt Ji which there no dispute The conrtiefuses to set aside aver f ilct el jpnarder against aman conylltit i e4oisty oi the evidence of shop- bykoaftjflthe tracks around the body of ibo mar4ere4 man and followed It for elx JI8 to tie home pi the man who Was t1M accuied and later convicted T5e JrihM irackt around the body and lb hioI the sian accuse4orrQg Oed with the shoes ha wore ItW4a 0 ScOIt4d44 that R tfri1Ting by th beidswmes eliminated fromtbe evl tIft ttb55 Tldnc from the sbe0 i pIi4sg s WoUld iidt be sftcIe4 chargo1MItmf or ie heiiids was competent 5Searrconte thatef the prints 1T- i II r i TOWN W r ii H W UiriiriJ InterestJTtLeLateattt AHAbout You rseir Friends tV and Acquaintances r FOR SALE1 SW and ten pigs Reed Grumes pr Jellicp1 coal at B D Lakes J FOR SAL J40khead5or stock ewes JB W N5 tfirk V i FOR SALB42 comfng4yearr old mules W H Leacbmau SrG odJetceycow- ii IoFp5 coal nt mostr- eCcLtIn carload 1 ts Extra quality Obeap Vritelor phone R L Bold rick SpriuqICyJ FOR RENrrA cojtoge O- noington A f oeFpr paric lars see R K Fpster Spiingfield Stale Rank IgOR 5vaE Pood suedr nd whe itt also go d potato on iJflf C p Brady JT iw Is iitime to fill your coall houstj wiihpurejellico coal 1LOd Sot ve the advance in price SeejB D Lake at once hilJotj vYliile there he will milte any hThgou wishl in photographs FortyihourS1evotion was com menced Sunday at tbef730 Mass at St Rose add concluded TuesU day morning at Solemn Higb Maas r The Police Court had to get busy during the fair as warrantsrwere taken put for twentythr a viofatorsof the gaming law The ciost of the offenders plead uiUy and were fined small fines Mr Burile of Warren couniy here this week andy has been with McElroy Vbarton- nsearchfor a farm in this county jETe wishes to purchase a farm worth from 15000 to 20000 fProtracted meeting will begip the Springfield Baptist cburjpj ext Mpnday Rev A Paul Sagby will conduct the services which will be held at 1030 A M ind745P M Eanny B Gowdy colored the 10 year old daughter of Sam ijlapwdy died of typhoid reve- rtfist Frfda and was baried at Sfe Dominies Sunday She was very bright a4l intelligenti itt1eiitl FOR SALESi new wagon Si old Blc1ory 1set of wagon bar- nes 1 hay frame 1 tobacco j frame rand rock frame Will sell iqy of the items separate L A Burns Now Is the chance while For rest OusickIS at tome tohaye our pbotogrdphs made Pnpne tiiat Ed Cusick Be will go a yo ir home and mate an- ylfyou wish in first class pho tographs Mr Ji Fprregt Cusick LouisvilleTs at his lathers Mr Ed Gusick for one month only from August 21 to September 21 ndWln be glad to have you phone him about anything you wish In photographs Tom Hallv a son of Mr Jack- iNuUy jnadeTiis rrst appearance On our streets Monday as an autioneer and we congratulate him upon his SUCCESS in hisiuitii j effort He crie several les of personalty on the streetIu the Ufterncon cried several sales of Sand The Central Baptist Asspcja tion held its meeting atHew Hope Tuesdiy and Wednesday The Association composes the maj irity 01 the churches oJ Wash jngton and Marlon counties The attendance WdS vtsry IargeCap lAtin Andrew Offult was elected moderator and and J Bi aIc k kl A tire alarm VaS sounded Sun r i 4y altsrttoon when it became IlUrlboI IHoM known that St Dominies iburcr prdfbablvheadway had It not been for the fact that some visitors on their way tobt Catheriuehadstuppt in to see the shurch arid smell ingburuing cloth they made an investigation and found smoke sleJeIrotthe fite departmen responded extingui4fdj ed ina wash stand which najd d d ajrlitice and Relestate1 Fire life and Acpll dcompanlesgo9dyoor bhristisan Age- nthThe iIMedley plaice s9 rooms aid there are 5Ws of ground on the prm 1863h POsession will be giVet Sept 11911 Call on me or phone No 08IMrs Ella U Bodinei Tile P esbytery of Tansyl vauu will convene in the Pries byteian rhurch here Tnesdby Sept the5h at730 pm Rev Too E Ptrk orSomer etlwill preach the opening sermon Judge Denton retiring Mod ra tor will convene the Presbytery At eleven ooock Wednesday niorning Sept 6th there wilt be amemorial service in memory of Drt Mies Saunders at which the Committee appointed at jthf last meeting of Presbytery wilt bring in a report Members of the Presbytery will be given an opportunity spak ii his metro y AiJ of the old friends of Dr Saundersin the CountyI are invited to cone t this BPt1apdrtvice Rev Prof Crooks Chair mali of Home Missions win speak a6 this hour All the sessions of the Presby reibvitl Judge Carter Dead Judge A P Carter Judge of the Marion Cuunty Court died at his home in Lebanon Tues day of appendicitis He was aboutsixty years of age and had aquntyClerkears ago he was elected County dudge by a large majority fie was well known in this county and highly admired Cutting Affair Julius Smith and Fred Bur nett both colored became in- Volved in a difficulty attbe Fair- Grounds on last Saturday even ing in which tbe latter received a stab which was for sometime thought to be fatal however he is now well bn the road to recovery Smith was lodged in jail and his examining trial has been setor Monday September iltb New Church Springfield is to havea new church The old Methodist church on Eist Main St has been torn down and grounds cleared and excavation begun for the new brick structure soon to be erced on the sIte The new church will be of modern style of architecture arid will ost approximately WOJOO1 It rfijl c nsiasofamainahdtorInm- sunday School rooms and pastors study attached The build ing will be considerable im provement to the town Mr w L McClelJan Ias the contract Wreck OnLc N The noon accomodation traint was wrecked on lain Monday about one mile below town The train was hearily loaded there beiog several cart of poal A short distance b l wwbat is known as the Mullican crossing the rails spread and coal cars and p lasengar coaches were derailed Nobody was burt more than being considerably shaken up and scared One box car was turned completely overwind the whedlstornotT The passengers caind to town in the engine cab Superintendent E Et Snyder and Stock Agent Johnson were soon on tha scene ottthe wreck rfith a large force of hands The passenger coaches wereireplaced on the rails and the n0on train left the point of the wreck about 7oclock No cause of the wreck Ills known except thalt the tuck was out of rpL r uukhowntojhe I matatrs easantEvenjng3 On last Thur Qii evening egopleltsontly Mi egoQ jieantiful iipme on fQaality Aw une in honor ta nubbr of vie itors attending the F4r About fitycouiles brow ifliinnd out if neeplessed themselves Iimmensely The large yard was beaultJtuth d cor atedwith Japanese lanterns pf various colors 4fttst en j jylng the conversation of friends and beautiful singing andfpiayirg by different ones preenll they then repaired tonIhedtJll groom and 1 were served to a ijvatermeloji feast in Which all present will ihII tess goodnight they returned SOODIoccasion Oo Friday evaninj the young men of the town and oqhty gaye their annual Far bi at the Op era House One of the larpest crowds ever seen a a dance in Springfield was i ti attendance and ever on 8eemfl to be baying the time of their life Grellad band o Lxingtuii furnished the urns jit which was grand t For Sal e 1 Suit of Sirdseye Maple Fur nitd re Dresser jWashstand 1 Iron Bed andl br1s trim med 1 BoxMattressj 1 Divan walnut irame tapes try upholstered Williams Typewriter good as new iI AlahogdnyPurior table 1 Desk7 and Bookcase combin ed J1 Bookcase 1 tJhcsteuf Draw ri 1 VastandseVtS pijfeki To be seeu at Mrl R T Uo haun iiis Notice 1 am standing iny young short horn Bull at my arm 5 miUs from townontbes prin field ana Mackville pikes Season fee S190 Lien reserved on a 1 calves until season fees paid Wm Nally NoHce School Taxes iiiire DOW due call and pay and save penalty G JlfWhanon To ThejTobaccc Growers of Waehi toni id Adjoining ilt Counties 4We take the libfcrtysof stating to our many friends throughout Washington Marlon Nelson and other counties wlioso liberally patronized us lat season and for which patronage we endeav ed to show oarj appreciation that we will be the old stand The Planters House again this coming season with a full corps of competent and exper ienced tobacco nit n who possess every qualification for handling and grading evej y pound of to bacco We have had ong experience in the tobacco bu mess are well acquainted with the different wants of the tra4and our house with its efficient Jnen possesses every facility f r soiling every pound of tobacc entrusted to us for its full market value- W will be g4d to receive ands ll all Qr part df your crop and should you favor us we promise it our close personal attenttoj and will use eVey effort to make a satisfactory sale for you We will be gjjid tofadvlse you from time to time Our h use is located in town near the depot Yours TruhI TAND UISENBEURY Thirty Yrs Tdieth r Thirty years Oflsoclat1opthtnkof It How theDierlt of a good thing stands out in that tlmeor the worth lessness of a bad one So tfier s no guesswork ifl thltfjeyidcnce of Thos Ass Concord E chllWDO Jrltca1 have used Dr Djiiixe New Discovery for thiit jearft and its the best cough and cold ifcure I ever used Once it finds entrance in a borneyou- cant pray it cjitit Many fAtniles have used it tofiy years Its t most iufalKble tti oat and lbng medi cine on earth Unequaled fllagrippe asthma bay fever croup quinsy or lurel jlun s Irice fiyc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed Haydop Ii Robertson r OryFOIt CASTOR IIA 5a f r Mr and Mrs Authur Vance of Cincinnati will arrive Satur 5jparentsJanes Miss Bettie BuckmVn arid ToBeoh Bckmin of Sheloma M tRrev siiing 4their uncle rW 8 ra vsJr Mrs Oitrle Ti McEroyssli Dr McOhords Hospital fan week Miss Salie ila with herJ IO FJRMcElrry who has been visiting his parents leftI for his bume in Kansas City on Friday L Rev W p Williams wilt be in St Louis next Sunday conirn quently there will be no preach t ing at the Baptist churchbn that 1day1nMrhave returned Louisville after a visitto the family of J O Poll Un Hon W P Oriirsby was in Lebanon Saturday 01 business Hon W D Clavbcooke was in iouisvile Yesterday Mr LO Vanarsdale of Ind ttianapolis attended the fiir here tolastMr C B Roberts left for Bowing Green yesterday after a visit to his parents here Pont J w Lewis was in Louis ville Tuesday f Mr John Reverts left Baiur 10 day for Lexington after spend jng a few weeks at home x Miss Ma me Direlly teri tamed a number of the yonuger set last nght at her home near town ic Ms John Can e and children LtnlBl Mrs CirlUie clellandiOf Mid dlesboroHl visiting her fftherIMr J F Grpgorv W Mr John R TolD tI was in our oftice one slav during the Fir Iff Mrs Rate Wi ia is iis ii L u Iicj e ni In iinp ills this vc k t hHP Mari Gihb and Gri e Ma zhave returned o lLous ville UfJf r a visit to rinds kpI MV anl Mrs J4 EJ Hpinnn of NeTson county wAreITuesday They vTf acc n ll IIMarIIt HUUboro v The farmers are very ujilinj their tobacce Some of ttiemar going to cut their tobaccblrrav few days in thIs community T Mr Hercd Scott and family of near Polin spent Saturday andI Sunday with Mr John Crow and i family at this place Miss Ofney and Gustus DearI inger spent last Sunday unti Tnedday with their cousin Miss Myrtlo Armstrong Mr Tolley Griffey and family j of near Fairylew spent Saturday and Sunday with her father MV J M Shields and family Mr John Armstrong Pond lam fly and Mr and Mrs El Hanby spentSunday with 14rand Mrs Erastns Petkins of near Willis burg Mrs E L Parish and children spent Sunday afternoon with t Mrs S G Roddicks and children at this place Mr John Harljaw and family spent Saurday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs T W Sutber land were called last week to the abedeillMr J M Shields is better at this writing Mr and Mrs John Armstrong had as theirguests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Charley Hellard 1 Mr and Mrs Ed Hanb Mr E rastus Perkins wife and daught ter and Mr Tom Coulter wife and three children Mr Lee Harlow will spend the week with his brother Mr Ejis Harlojv Mr Prank Yancy and family f were in our midstSunday Miss Myrle Armstrong spent I Tuesday with Mr and MrsrEd Hanby of near Beechland Mr Roy Walls spentWednes11 l J day with John Armstrong t s1StellaBnight with lje family of Mr Jotin Armstrong Mr Clarence Dearrlnger and Miss Reria Keelngattendd meeting at Tatbam Springs Sunr day jjiMr JhnfUarlow spent last Saturday and apday with his J cousin air Lee flarlpwof fl ltr jhare The yfashington County School Improvement League fTne Stato has np materiel re sburces alai comparable with itctizen4 and no hope of fJerf petuUy except in thEf1ntp1Ji rencef nd integrity of its peoole II Next to be chircterof the i1teachet and iS mural deVelopmeot ts larjrey ifie result of eAvlronment X nutimake4 seats are pure wrter rovjded and sanItary ondi Lions prevail can noL expOt the best results NO matter hut Inerestig and 11 Jikillfula teacher maya be good blackboards mapsanI charts1 re necessities r l The school grotfds houd always be as attractive an J It nine like as ossibJe 1Are the conditions if school j houses and Jards jn Washingibn county ideal Let our readers answer the question lOur Cnupy Suparintendi ach Jrs and other friends liah help to make them so Much good has been line along this line by our neighbor counties and stntps by I organz School Leagues a We Washington hnvo 0uotyII Improvement Mwe not bopu to much its anw other coiny sometime in the tear 1At the Superintrndent to select Hi w IIbachII identund assistants fron Elucdtional Division in t unty to talR charpT f provemehti iii the r re peI aIIIdistricts and t rarvjrtto alo vise with t11HtiD rl en find ofticersof5tie County L gus Thus t ou SP thpo wil bao- cil leaeue or u izelm eifch jdisriet to attend tn itswn Iand the heft 1 ncc rut I g netdIIfrom wit he nppl fid loJhe f that pr iCil T school nrd for those oial children nn I ppop0 IIand o rill thp Cu tvt 1rVJ- W hope that ach distrc1 will vie with hnih r in trvinr to IIrokp our County e d iin School Iijprovrmens T Chol d esn tt ex sk f r the teachar or thri Ve hUt for liie ppopl WM invite rvpty mar wrmn nd btdojj Hui We ut ar not osUingyou rrr your money but for bit1voiirf encouragement timeandunrg- notiWTOll you talk to ybur us g her about this and see 70ti cat not thus lend a helping p1emisesw9re much of their time The pupils themselves may put out and tend shade trees shrubbery and flowe sThid is an exoellentjopportunity to get the child interested in nature and in Agriculture in the making of beautifull r omes and in farm life which is desirable that he may no longer be allured by the jSirens Voice of the City but Prefer tolo low the peaceful pur IIsuits of the plow So YQU see for the sake ofmustIIyoung boys and girls we succeed It js a step in the direction its tones ring true message is fraught with the ty tangible of permanence but uhmlsakable rigbtIII Secretary of County L IAfracK Like Titrq In fighting to keepthe blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tiger But often germs multiply so fat the little fighters ar Then see pimples both saltrhcum and a vea multiply nd strength and appetite faIT This condition demands Electric Bitters rego late stomach liver and kid neys and to expel poisons from tAe blood They arC the best blood purifieV writes C T Budahn of racy CalifHI have ever found They make rich red blood strong rves and buIlt up yourtoeaith Try hem Ocfit Haydon Robertsons l WantS a Dairy The farmers in theqpr ttfern part of thlscounty tiavepracti iallv quit raising tobacco at the prevailing price and are fast going into tile dairy business I They are making money and ex panding ftnd improving right a rng Just stop and tb ink whalt benefit ihis is to the vlqinilyi4- Butler The people of this vicP I nity have a well equipped cream Jry hero and iit could be running Ithe farmers would pnry furc VishihemilK ihettbfeacco hUs thou his gone t pieces and iiere itSn9 visible future fu rit1- Wiy nbl getusy at once and YcU99nolentire year but you eV 1tev- ermOitFa inoi th Ouiloyk I Springfield Cleanin i A Pressing Jv1J JJIJ c f i gpingAreyouoniourwaytoaclcanflgafld tpressing club a placew er8t r k tOLD CLOTHES LOOK N WMysbop iSnexttotheCle k3 C ffi ul1d We y are eparedto do BETTER WORK THAN EVE f I WX dry cleaning process U the that has ever been put out In The city alliartstIYnot too closeso you dgtlie t ikmiaf and I I wilt dothewaR jn g iliNext doorto Clerks officer4t t+ 44 i i tr1 t I NOTICE t The following few items we tj cm ypur 11 attention to whereby you can ZaYeJey Mill at j thesmp time get reliable jsppds Seour hueSt Enameled Ware A vlotof Water t IOrs Ge our or Roofing Pdd Plumbing CttiI and se bWrtI idonrr i IIPe T4 oiisoi eeour I all and eusriin r tOWf I SlttLTZS GLEAVEI fI I y i fiol 4 Cfou1ikel lt II 11Good 1 P4fiin1 1 ir oq the appetingcakss t JNW Ii t i confecbpneryr They look f Mf r pifiiMt ffg3ze Will MakeYou- t t t I i Hungry tr1 I aJand if yowtalce some hon th hy w 5 ycu Everytlingfrorni LoCaiiapec- iaiinincepie i flii is the bait o liif 1rr q macleand perfctly ci2i ti 5i fj Iwell Chreusa ttFIfZG RA fiJ JtL2 t i W R Mattingly JLWzksat l Tailor g it fwfatipt in the CAMPBE tJlLDINGpI4kr tt J fprepared to take orders Itflt1fJirJ 4Ing do rtipairing dry cjtmriBjr cif all kinds andpressing JJj ur iuJaJFf Iv1atfing1y j C tJ Wtheo r T5 t t7r iSS 4 H WE tnALI5Li AW l 1t I JII c = d 4 1 i t L L Lh tt tit r ri t I rtsb1frp rr- 1I L 5iles Standishi i w With 111usirations by l- rrr i Howard Chandler ChriYtyI 4f Copyright The BobbsbfarrUl Company 7 1 t 11tt r JMit down and talked of Mid the beautiful spriog J rfr1eflda tbbme anct 1 jrer that Balled onthpS thinking all day satdII 4 c ip4WIie Purft nrnaidenTM U nlght 4ind thinking all Iiii tl totA1tt hedger ws 1iid Eng I They arelnblo8soDtnow and the country la all like a garden 1 t TbJklng of kpes and fields and the tons of the lark and the linnet Seel8 the village street and familiar faces of neighbors Gol c about an of old and stopping 6ifcMit the end of the street the vll Ito I0fp together t c1rc with th ivy f Cllblig the qlfgray tfftf r arid the quiet craves in the churchyard f t iqW are tifij pePDle 1 Ute with and dear to ae my religion t iftfir ay lieari is so sad that I wish I l T lriMuk larOld England t iiGl1JlISy it wrong but I can not Mlp 11I alzn9st fW yeU back la OldiEngland I 7re1 so lonely an1l k wretchedI f 1 nerenpoIi answered the yo1th Olnt IouIStoutef Pearls than a womans have r4 quailed n this tfrrible printerY andrf needs a stronger to lean on 8 Uoave come to you now with an rrfagei1i 6ar t Biptitli 1 y Thus be delivered big message the jextoroua Yir1t r 0t letters II JI efflsi4the tbem Dr UrayUJBbeaatiful phraseslw1 But came Straight to the point Jind blurted It out like a schoolboy IIr EvenThe Captain himself could hard ly have said it more bluntly Mute with amazement and sorrow Prlscllla the Purltal maiden Looked Into Aldens face her eyes 4ttdilated with wonderIr I And save him a Mat by the fireside ml I TetUi his worth like a blow that j ilsftiNuUt her and leaderaf fcw i l r flz at len= duO enumIn1- brupfing the ominous silence If the great Captain of Plymouth Is so very eaecr towed mo Vhjr does he not come himself and take the rouble to woo meZ If I am not worth the wooing J surely am not worth the winDIng hen John Alden began explaining and smoothing the matter Making It worse as lie went by say ing the Captain was busy lad no time fof such things such things the words grating harshly Fell on the ear ot Prlscllla and swift as a flash eh e made answer Has he no tIne for such things as yOu call It before he is married Would he be likely to find ltior make lt after the wedding J Thtis5 the way With you Fen you riotWhenafter thinking ot this one and that one fhoosln selecting rejecting com j paring one wIth another Then you make known ypur desire with abrupt and sudden avowal And are offended and hurt and indlg w4manDoes lo- velthat she neverjmspeced Does not attalnat a bound he height to which you have been climbing This Is cot right nor just for surely a womans affection vi is QtSa thing to be asked lor ana had for only the asking 7yheh one is truly In loVe one not only says It but shows Ita i 1od vaiUd R wblTft csd he iS 1 A Poor Weak Woman k As eli termed will endure bravely and patiently wblek a strong juan would give way under 1Y 4Sthan they ought Every was ptjghr to know that sLs may obtain ht cargoSsdnieand privacy bywring to 4 1f VMe i InvalidsMyssel hM had a wider practical xscperienca 4 IL ssutoCwomens diseases any other pbyscia in tins cpuntry uonsIiin4cacySddviaedaTb l f1j tcwhDs iekt Payorfto Prseda pJEts WOMEN STRONt I SIcx WOMEN WELL vueid of setci newIySof mecan sainps topyeot inoilirig only Address as above A t IArchlythe maiden stalled uuJJf tAOWeu iuat tie itjveu inc Even thij Caytrln ot ourfiwh- oknowsnl last might have won me p Old and rough as he Is but now it never can happen j Still John Alden wentonjnmhceding the words of Piisclllad Urging thesult of his friend explain ing persuacUngexpaniYng- Spoke of his courage and skill and ol all his battles In Flanders low wlth the people of God he had 1Son How in return for his zeal they had made him Captain oft Plymouth lIe was a gentleman born jcould trace IBackI DUX1JUry1Hall Who was the son of Ralph and the the grandson of Thuraton de SStandisb Heir unto vast estates of which he was basely defrud dIStill bore the family arms and bad for his crest a cock rgent Combed and wattled gjiles and all the rest of the blazon He was a man of hofaor of noble and generous nature Though he was rough be was kindly shekndw how during the winter He had attended the sjck with a hand as gentle as womans itSomdeny It and headstrong XotIt1Stern1causet For tie was great of heart magnanlI jAnyj woman In England Might bo happy and proud to be j the wUeof Miles Standish callOdil il But as he warmed and anuigeIbultepraise of his rival HArchly the maiden smiled and with eyeS overrunning with laughter Said In a tremulous voice Why dont you apeak for youraejf John j John Afden 1 jInto the air John Alden r JrJI J Paced up and dow the sands ndbared his head to ed Win dfCooling hie heated brow ud8le r taIld fever wHhtn ili Slowly as out otpi8 Ii ayis with apocalyptical splenddrsat Sank the City of GOd Ithe tail a of John the Apostle So with its cloudy walls jof chrysolite jasper and sapphire Sank the broad red sun and qver its turrets uplifted j r I J iVUIIN StZr T But row It can never happen 4 t I l than open Success ana Juc A Paris newspaper hits beep ask log eminent frenchmen jlo state what theytthink the Influence of chnnco Si upon slecosa in life fany of them have amiably r responded the topic being obviously one of those admir able midsummer tbemes on which one mans opinion Is as good as anothers and which can be discussed tilt cooler Eather comes without jarrjvJng t5a sOre basis of judgment The Veplles i indeed vary according to the taste anqttemperament bf we Several au thorities invoke Sonlej of them rate lj2cy ri hIgh cJirs put It WnOl17 iscetopthe reckonThe cpuip- ctie ser aiaafenefgave a crpjcal turn to IsIpart he believed absolutely that good fortune was the determining element In tim success of others 1 i VHERE TO bRAW THE LIME Gallant Colonel joints Out Danger 0 r Too Muchlj Pollteneis on Occasions A QoliteYlmbtotheI f OQfturn a femininehandkerchief But there is one thfug politeness should never lead you to do i Never try to pickup a womans purs for her If you see a woman drop heit gloves or a book or tl parcel jump foij Ttt with alJ the eager ness of a bull pap and return It tq he In your best manner You will ba reo warded with nismUe But do nott jump for her pocketbook No sir do not once IqJde that mistake t never again Phe owner did not btI ey1IoneshIfnTlADOupon her prpqrty nearly drfvlgg afhatpin through Tthe padded bosom ofrI my frock coat you dontT she lust ed lou cant Isnatch no hard work ing womans purse like that MVhen Iou ipeBa woman drop her mo ey give yell and spring back from her aboytjfour eet and stand with your hanuv Then she can Dot osslbly nilslundersland your in t entionsir GIVING THEM A FAIR START Warden of Colorado Penitentiary Says qrschargedri5operShoud Hav ome ITomTrnrdJ n FundsIdoI penitentiary b lies the released uponhflarticle In Success Magazine quotes him followeras And when the prisoner has been 11refOrmedstrengtbened mind taught means of livelihood andl the habits of hiduatry what then7 Must he go out with nothing In his pockets btt his ands I dont think soIhave some money enough at least to tide him over the jofrat few months to keep him from reeling like a vagrant prevent hlai despair and relapshI1to in favor ota law that jnen a cenfaln salary toward ii end of the sentdncesay 1 a day for the last sixty dajys It Is my endeavor to have eyery prisoner go back intoh the world from the ranch or road dclearknows these fellOwa earn the money A New Wrinkle In Firearms IMr Jack F1pagan of Mexico and C a filibustering gen speculator by turns entralAmertcr of fancy firearms in New York the other day and he exhibited to a gro glhisirons Just behihd the tip of the front sight on a lorijg thln 45 he had mounted a tiny diamond about the size of a plnhead iOreat for shooting in the dark Flanagan explained Picks out the sight like a searchlight keHeclbsetlandl object in the room Jlanagan wur right the diamond picked but the sight like a searchlight Fought Way to Success Ernest Thon psonSeton the fauna naturalist had a hard time to make both ends meet before fprtune smiled Uonwent to Canac i when a mere boy Attfr p tinieII sailed home to Eng laud and attended the public schools Returning to Canada he drifted to Manitoba wording as a day laborer Later her went tC New York and bo cause he coulddraw a little was given a job in a lithographers office at 415 a week tie hat d the big city went west in a year dr two and wrote two volumes on tho plrds end mammals nitoflittioncessJ Freezing the Hair On SiShackleton recommends extreme cold as one of the best neans of strength yening the hair Almost all that went iwith him on his Antarctic expedition found that their hair grew thicker and stronger as thejr Approached the pole It was 4Bo fou iHhat baldheddcd men were almost neVer found amon those who worked for a cold storage com pany where the Inen worff all day In a tempm ire p 20 degrees o11rcairand the cold ceems to make tblckerr tBig Caich of Swordfish The fishlngjj schooner Ada Jlello inSMonday with the largest catch swordfish reported by any of the Ia schooners 2ft being the mini bar caught in a wijkIThe boat terday Sand struck the fish ujutto plentiful Thjfflsh were all iargTand seem to be ybrkingp lii shore This record catch waswshlppeid to Boston and nn Stonlngton Noank ketIJltCrom New London Day i Iha ur 1Ifacuity in gct sh9rev Yesl1ehpk a terrible chnnpe Bumped overboard wearing aft his hero medals r 4regoiAnJJrer Luck tThe most rt1arkablefishlng brought to this city fox Bonie conies througa the reliable a ttipitorYI olSkl Meek aCobtlrg angler asserts he catlght flvedoubiil whoI iis with several hooks on his lne be uesMirather short space of time elriverfoot leader wiih two fuel and a baited fipoon bpokJSprlngfleld correspond enco Portland Oregonian According to Promlse Guess ill flitch up the old tnflrp to the wagon ani drive down to the depot to meet those new city boarders ulOCundownlnit wont do replied the farmer sadly Id like tp but it isnt business You see I advertised this fllacc as haying all the comforts of azoIdt salt loned farm wad Ive got to give eat what they expect Watertown flimes 1 b SHEARED PUPPYS HOT CHAT 8tory About William B McKinley That Reveals the Wealthy Con gressmans Kindly Jlwrt Although William B McKinley of Illinois is almost tbe wealthiest mem 01bej In congress he Is one of the quiet est and most unassuming of men Those who know him at Close range ttelll many a story of his kindly heart and generous nature One hot day says a man assocla ted with Mr1 McKinley In business we were at work 11 the om e when a llittle dog came sneaking In to escape- the misery of blistering sidewalks AI worse specimen of tatterdemalion dog I never saw It was mudstained and owned a bushy unkempt doat that made hot weather a horror toit Its ears were ragged and there was a Ilfnteds it turned these pathetic eyes on McKinley who was trying to catch u with a bard days work In a few min ut he laid down his pen left the room and returned with a bowlful of water I was called away When I came back I found the congressman with a newspaper spread over his knees and upon it stood that dog A pair of scissors which had cut off trill lions of dollars in coupons was shear away tthe ragged coat of thelingetched little beast which was look to lagits ofpatheticIWhat are you doing I asked orrthlsilaw aeredway Since that day McKinley has had a shadow In the shape of a small mop gr that ou dtsidetLesJie s WAS THE PROPERTY LIME Bartender Admits It Was Filled With Lemon Juice for Each Gin Rlckey The consumer of the gin rickey who knew all there waste know about gin rickeys detected something wrong about wpiinkingm that instead of lime juice it was flavored with the juice pf he lemon But nol There in the glass uncom promisingly green apd genuine was falfstili wrongter I sips he decided to speak about it to he bartenderhrickIeYThe bartender realized that before him was one who could not be bluffed shameltsee we ran out of rickoysPl hiYou r ass squeeze It full of llemon juice to it up and serge the drinkifreshen Some Fine Old MadeiradAn interesting fact that come to four notice through Livingston Thorns acaseT o ghompeonIot E La Montagues Sons to his f iatherIt was the understanding that this case was not to be opened until Mr Thompson should reach his twenty first year and until that time it did remain in his possession The wine when presented was ten years old and there are now three bottles which Mr Thompson is holding un his daughter reaches twentyone years of age when they will be opened Mr Thompson tells Us that the Madeira when opened had a rich nd delightful maturity and can be classed among the finest wines ILOj l1dSpirit ndAotbeesfew days ago by O h Stone of SxinI Francisco when with handq and fal unprotected he pulled from the top buzzingtone was walking in a busy street Whenn friend called his attention to Ute bees and remarked that a few dollars coud be make by anyone hiv ing them Stone ald he could do it with no covering on his hands or face Thofriehd laughed and said he would bet a good stint he couldnt do ftt Stone took the bet got a4addt and box tfien Tnounted the ladder ndt1lJntol iinterested spectators who watched Stones feat was a show manager who promptly offered a position to theI man immune from bee stings IAde Kept His Promise of Noblesville sup erlntendent of the Kentland schools during George Ades high school course there has been renewing old acquaintances at Delphi where be was nlsp formerly superintendent and from Delphlconies One of his stories of Ade Whets Ade was homo from Purdue unl Jvorfllty1on Ills first vacation Mr Hershmah who was head of the Kent lland Sunday school asked Ado if he were attending Sunday school In La fayctte sIr Ade replied v 1No not George said Ade when I en tbred Purdue I promised thy CatheyI that Td never do anything there thatI I didnt do at home IHiS Youthful Ideal Strange how few of stitdontkedtoguess I IntheBeyond Cavil rA man dropped his wig In the fblJowlngIclIttP him Thanks jny lpy sall the man Youre the first genufn J fr restorer I have ever seen 1tlfn eapplig Journal Her Flap Caesar had told iris wife she should be abovo suspicion All right SlidI retorted build a skyscraper opd Ill Jive on the top floor IIOf 1lth conditions to which thi keart JB subject suspense la thf oat that most gnAws aAd canken la th 1o 1 ij flyingttchineshardlythought j SeoUs Emulsion ScotsEmulsion remedyScience ec u i Is Marriage a Failure i When we ask Is marriage a fall ureV we might as welLask Is life it failure for marriage partakes of the Imperfection of life and no more than o Is to be condemned for its Jm perfections Jtbquite tree that 410 marriages ate perfectly happy Just as no lives are pcrfectiy happy But ithose who attack i1arriagefo this reason assume that it is an institution designed to produce perfect happiness that Islo say they assume ar- trdityLondcn oKi u Times Cork the Hear For feminine eIth occasion of li- tndin 1849Qu the women of struck us much eyes and hair- mosteveryIal if nd some rem men pf Belfasl said nothing ti are a mixture 6 beauty had ilmo- rlinphronialo IGray Hair Hair should allowed to grow grayI naturally All dyes made of mercury or lead are dangerpus and destroy the beauty and color pf the hair Let us gracefully accept the snowy locks of age They harmonize with the face which has been changed by time and Sorrow Many faces are softened and beautified by white hair Uls more graceful and dignified not tp attempt to repair the ravages of time- pWhats j asked a lady who was walking With 0dor7t al- riend in the foyer of one of tke big companionIchrysanthemum oil she replied Its rare nowadays Its used on the Ir and Is elaborately mixed with perfume If there is anything more expensive I havent heard of 1t1 Awkward Observation Alices pretty young cousin felt faint and the handsome physician who happened to be present felt herI uttering pulse with professional so t lemnlty but more than professional ardor Alice convulsed the knowing t bystanders By sagely inquiring Why ont you tell her to put out herStongue 7 As Dumb asa FIsh 4As dumb as a fish Jaa saying that does not apply to many species of sea water denizens The sardine before iit drawsitslast breath raises a feeble InIous and wen developed Harpers Weekly J rCautionThis looks like an exceedingly good thing Sanlbad the Sailor said when he had discovered the thing Now the thing to be done la to real- Izei on this wealth before the conserS VBtionlsts get busy and p jobj Si Date of Columbus Birth HIatorans differ as to the data of II1asII1 11ll43G I when he discovered America i JustLlkeThat SlsterIf you arent good Ill tell mamma then shell tell papa and hell whip you FreddyThen Ill cry and grandfather will give me some candy and I wont give you any v f Jf rADeadcter used to iell a curious story of a brown paper parcel which herecelv d one day by post After many wrap pings hd been unfolded he found j a small black splinter of oak about an inch mid a half long The yrrlter of tho unsigned note accompanying tim parcel said that when be was a boy many years before be hail chipped the splinter off the coronation chair As age advanced his conscience grew troublesome arid lie asked the dean to bo kind enoughto restore the splin ter to its plitcePall Mall Gazette Women as Well asMoa era ItietlfowMa by Kidney anjMDder TnujHfl theminddiscouragesnndlesseztrinbitjoul UIIgor and dieerful ifi p n ness sOon disappear when the kidneys are 5flUIltlA put of order or dis eased Kidney trouble 1ia9 11r v if jf prevalentthatit jt P mon for a child to be 4u born afflicted with veak kidneys lithe scaldstheage when it sl1onlcl be nbl to control the bedwettingculty r1s kidney trouble and the first oftheseunplcasatittroubje1i aliabitasWomen as well asraen are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThe Itissoldbyi cent and qnedpllar Yonmaylutre J bv mail free also a pamphlet eUinK aU bout StrampRootHutS15wt including many or thethotisandsohcitlp- ouIutI letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamtori NOYbe ureandr anymistakeJ1q address1bccxybtet aa Iii ALCOII0L 3 PIg s1miIamiThoj PronwtesDieMton1e flcssandIStCogtaljisiii 0 ierxicNOTNARCOTICt 4 Exact Copy of Wapp SSITTIii CATORiA For Inhnt snd CbfldmS The KiId YOI Man 1 Wayisfl atlie S a ff l fv 1In tJtUse- rOver Years ws 311B1I t 5S My Doctor Said t Cct was jn a very low state of health and was not abtt to be up and tend to my duties I did try Cardui and soon began to feel better I got able to be up and kelp dp my housework I continued to take the medicine arid now I 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