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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i I k II BSTABLISHEI IN 1883c ttt h fJ YMEW SERIES VOL XVIII NO 33 f i 1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 7 191L 1V y f MOPEItYE ClASSY RACES BIG lilflEOE FFAIR bi pf TRbTTING AND PACING EVENTS WILL STfR BLOOD IN t VEINSIt tiJIOFiLL HORSE Nipt cbntent with an exceptiona11ei 4d good racing card in the Shropshire assistantl s retatf of the Kentucky State Fair has figured it 1 rputDwould about suit the popular taste end he has suggested two trotting races one a 217 and the other a 220 vent This suggestion met the ap prval of James L Dent member in charge f iF The earlyclosinff erents in whlct the entries closed June 1 Include tho- f2l5i 217 220 and 225 classes in the trottIng JU1d the 214 and the 225 classes in the racIng events Thetpurse Ieach of these events is 600 The additional classes include the fotiowing otIerlngB a2J8onPaclng225classes purse 500 each Entries for the class races will Iole September to 1911 The prone gram of races distributed as they are rand calliotiferB gr nd total of 6600 in purses should be sufficient to at tract not only a bunch of horses which butJalso an attendance of enthusiasts on each of the fire daysthBUTTER AWARDS WJLLc TEMPT THE FARMERS fa EW DEPARTURE PROVIDED AT SUGGESTION OF EXPERto l r MENTSTATIONgo sibyear In connecUon with the Kentucky State Fair to creamery bqtter The management desires to encourage this Industry in Kentucky and It has been d decided that creamery butter honey a rind sorghum molasses will be placed tia the horticultural departmeut Here tofore it has been a part of the fold seed and grain department The hor I tlculturaldepartment always Is one 04oflhe most Interesting at the big fair and not alone to the residents of the rural sections and the addition of yeLthes displays will increase the inter P est materially ilembera 6t the state fair board press the opinion that a more Impor tanl feature than that of creamery JJert wi lbe hard to find and the J djiplay is expected to be such as to t evidence the lead which Kentucky has taken in this phase of agricultural en 4avorr trit rlment rt t 1f o Kn t State university recommends the j creamery butter displayd k PREMIUM LIST FORwCREAMERY BUTTER NEW DEPARTURE FOR KEN T CtYSTAT FAIR CERTAIN TO MAKE HITtnNursery cultivation is proving nott only one of the most fascinating ot Jcstuue2 in the rural sections of Ken t trtfky but It also Is developing mtbone of commercial importance is1ttaldngjhigh rank To those inter ested it Twill be good news to learn sthatmanagcL1i meat has declfled to offer tempting premiums for nursery displays Inc n t uectlon with plant and flower depart mmont P1Idepartures which have been decided t upon for the big Kentucky State FallI J t otlSli It Is along the lines of ress and Improvement which prosa certain that the Kentucky State Fair not only will maintain its lead in the south but that it will take its rightful place lUnong the great state exhibi Uons of Indiana Iowa niinojs MInne j ota and others to the north London Stops Piling UpttLondon biggest of the worlds is growing smaller Tha Is fewer people are living within the actual i1I working districts the congested dis t trfctstha llyei there ten years ago The decrease Is small only twenty nlne nebundredths per cent but it marks the turn of the tide London is moving to the suburbs spreading out on the land where ItsJchildren may play in the sunshine thanks to the tubes tramways elec s VfeJclrailways and motQr buses There lfa a point then beyond which population will Tiot be heaped ffn poPi j Dilation a point rhere it will began to spreaa out Instead oft pile up Lo1I 1dr has reacted that point + i1This Is a new tendency and8whlesome one 4n the life of the world jy v The Western Taste A senatorwho represents a state 4n i the middle west and who Is Jmmensa flllyrich was going over the details of 4a dinner with a Washington steward iflays Drury Underwood in the Chicago It Post It was his first format enter tainment arid bo wanted to be etjre that everything was right a Vie steward had the menu written In French and was translating It on request Whatstnat said thb senator lolntingvtd a headllner f Oysters ony the haltsheirexplalh ed the expert OJi that wont do at ail objected aenuor Give em a Ith t stewII Drinking Water During the hot season particularly one should drink a great quantity Ott wairat least one quart a day The beneficial effect of taking a glass ot clear cold Water on arising and be fore retlrtojrr as well as between rqeala during tin 4ay win become speedily It and happily manifested In a clearer complexion brighter new physicalI and meatal activity and life Pro 4ouced cages of constipation will be SDorercontepl figs dates and prunes and by drttklng plenlyof water vJwT WF I- TIlE t NI3WS=LEADI3R if f ro EDU6AT10NAL 60LUMN Edited by Miss EmmajNunan v a aThe ninth yeor of the Graded School will open the 11th inst is hoped that both patr0hsand pupils will unite with the teach s in their efforts to make this th thei ady one of the best graded schools in the State Though comparatively young the sbhool is better equipped tbe atten dance larger and more teachers employed tbgn an any other iown of the size in the Blue Grass This js because of the efficiency trusteesoperation Of the best patrons d pupils in old Knntucky and e of the most enthusiastic and selfsocnficing bodies of teachers to be found teachers who spare ither self nor salary that the de Wv1opmeniofbe the best The possibleW pends faf more upfmrthe ptrbus an they perhaps know InI order to do the Best work it is necessary that each child attend school eyjeryday for today sj lessonis a preparation for tbatl tomorrow There is no real od excuse for absence but kness and the parent3wheas permits his child to of school or detains him there from without a good cause1 does i thastingt his child anci society in general SOjifyojuwiShyour children to do the best possible work in their power see that they start the first day and continue throughout the ar If you do this we will in sure you that there shall be no oc thcasionagainst the teacher or any other party And toO please remember that a little encouragement is necessary to human nature and teachers are human if tb thltthay soj you ahJ not forget to criticize whdn they o not you might be as liberal with your commendation Tnat houldMiss Francis Martin will again 1fhave char classtat the Graded School Her for er pairoand pupils know of her competency and untiring efforts tq give the best musical training possible She is even etter prepared than heretofore as shehas spent the summer vocaland instrumental study nobder one oftbe best students off the Cincinnati Conservatory of tusicI ridvantagethe building those contempla ting the study of music can find no more earnest and able teach er than Miss MartinTPro Colvin conducted an un usuallysuccessful institute iu McGoffin county last week On account of the Graded School l ppemng the llth inst be had o cancel several of his institute engagements Miss Victoria Osbourne had quite a successful little enter tainment socially and financially atber school the evening off Friday the 2d inst The net proceeds of the entertainment were twentyone dollars which will be used for the benefit of the school Miss Osbourne has been tea hing but one month and the fete was hurriedly gotten up which proyes what an enth usfas tlc teacher pan do in a rural dis trict for the betterment qf her School Unless the people of a district will vote a little tax upon themselves which after all would be the wisest possible thing lito do there iis no other wav at present of Sjmproving the deplo jrable conditions of many of our houses thati for the teachers to follow the example of MtssOs bourn coughedHeof five doctors vhp saiu he had con theIHearing10fDrKlngst new man out of nia that I can now do goodworkaaIci For till lung dis eases OuIhrc IdSllagrippe asthma croup whoopinc coughfhaY fever bem rrhl1geh hoarseness or 4u nay j its the best known remedy r Price 6to n4Lolr1al hOt tl free Guaranteed by tIaydon Rob rtsoa i Rah Amuck fiIIWednesday four at juicy J osrarJAbra4amhad ington pike at sight automobile 5as they were being driven in and one of them cut t rough the Isoq plac and jumping fences like a pbjppony came out on the Warwick pike two mrles away The other three caJpeon town one of thm ou arrival taking refuge back of Ike Scotsp1acetIbut tb other two stuckto thestreetf lOne of these was of the long orned Texas variety and when he trio turned the corner at McCrosUys grocery headed westward the denizens and pedestrians of 3 moky Row took to their scrapers an todnotice Qne of thestsers eeuoedi to conceive a special aversion to illiam Jenkins and chased him o the doorway of his home illiam had a narrow scape but beat the bovine to it and slammed the door in the steers face The longhorned ope then showed some speed up west Lexington street and in turning a corner took pharles Jordan com pletely by surprise jObarlie had just arrived from Memphis Visit his motner and wjas thus sured of a Warm Yelc me by- eth old town But Charlie did not wait to argufy the case with e apparition of the longj horns but believing discretion the c04etudedtothrough the creek tbereb effec 1Lonkhcrnsthen wile oh lower Broadway andI ey barely escaped the horns of the infuriated animal by dodg into a door In doing so the woman fell on the steps and painfully insured her arm The steer then went after Jack Coleman l And chased him tip4 a tefe dlsappointedt steer attacked a wire fence with is horns it as if with a pair off nippers He then jumped a stone ffence into Will Grays garden where he stood bellowing undl pawing the earth which he threw up as if ft had been plowed Fin ally Will Taylor and John Mar shall lassoed the brute from the outside and threw him dotn and tied him to a post but lhp snapped the ropes as if thiey had o h ioursi at least 500 hundred people many of them in trees or im the tops of houses they rop d him by entangling his legs and hauled him to the slaughter per he oihpr animals that did not develop such a freL zied condition were finally gotten together and driven to the pen HarrOdsburg Heraldf cItImportantiNewfor ing Bald H People who have taken our vjprd Ib it that Parisian Sage is the real hall grower beautifier and dan rutr cur haVe neverbeen disappointed Heres the word of a person who toiok ou word I have been using Parisian Sage about a year When I began using I had only a light fuzz 6h nit head Now I have a good thick growJi and it is growing thicker and longer right along Many people dont bei ieve it can be done but know from ny own experience with Parisian Sage that it atcenconfidnceGainse Drown 708 North Fillmore St Maryville Mo The above statement was made to D r D Koch of the Koch Pharmacy Maryville Mo April 29 1911 Large bottl 50 cents at Haydon YilIetts and druggists everywhere Notice ItiamtstandinK my young shorthorn Bull at my farm 5 miles from town on the Springfield aud- j Mackvillq pike Season fee 100 Lien reserved on all calves until season feespaid Wm Ndlly FOR RthAcottage on pvCovington Avenue For parfic julars see R E Footer Springfield State frank T Burns 1O Death Troyes France Sept 2 Be the eyes ipf thousands vof rickentspectators today jJore DQGraiilyt one of eight in an aeroplane race among army oftjcers was burned to death while 1in midair the ex plosion of his fpel tapir tfausibg the fatality The accident occurred at KignyLaNenneuse twentyfiVe miles from Troyes and the man who met death had made more than 100 flights without an ac ctdent He wasci nsidererl ono Of the most expert aviators flnII France J i Alice is No More Alice Potts Ithe woman who t ok a conspiqipus parkin this lynching of Carl rEtherin ton at N flewirkIIn fithatWhim the mob was drawincr Etberington upon the telegraph pole she rode tip in an automo bile and urged the mob on and called out to draw him up a lit tie higher so she could see him She had been iindicted as one of the lea Qrs of the mob Boy Killed Lightning at the height of ttethunderstorm al 4110 oclock ycf tercVay afternoo instantly killed Adam VaIl 4he eleveuvear old son of William il oil a baker and seriously injure Marion Wid man nine yes old when it struck a house ieing erected by Joseph Widmau at 3279 Lydia street in which tie children were playing Five children includ ing the three who were victim were huddled tether ma cor Hsr of the house when the crab came and that all were not kid edis consideredjjmiraculo us Vc The bolt which killed the Vpl O c lf teJ 1 stt cr f of the bODe where itSPlit in two one part hating the boy in the head tearing his cap to rib bcidy acted as a bons1Hisrod JThe bolft first nejkanb proceeded spine leaving u wide to show its path dOWthiJ Herald PUBLIC SALE eta LAND Tbe undersigned children and d dwiaeesof C faglln deceased will on Septemliere l20O 1911 at his late residence ojie mile south of Fairfield Ky offer forr sale to the iilighiest bidder th6 arm owned bjTthe said R Q Flagon at the tie of his death 90ntaiuing abdujjSOO acres which be surveyei dnd the platex bibited on the day of sale This farm is splendidly located on a good publi road conveni Cut to cburchesjand schools has on it a splendiU night room resii dence ull necessary r putbuild ingSi well wutdrtd has on i itI springs cistern wel and iou ponds has a god orchard about 30 acres lij timber aniS farm is in a lgb state of culti vation and has pjboufr 125 acres in grass run buildings and fencing on thw furui are atl in gopdconditioit Persons desitLi ingto purcliuj ei good svila find it to their irfe est to examine this place before the day of jsalo andMr Francis A Hagau will show tthe farm to any person desir1ngtu cx1Di4e it Terms ot saiejTho land will be sQldjn three tequai payments onelhird of ihe purchustt money due Jan 1st lOlt for which the purchaser wilt be required toex ecute note with approved per sOnal security peihird due on Jan 1st 1913 and the remaining one third duo Jan 1st 1914 All of said purchase money to bear interest frgin the day ot sale the mterest on the last two deferred payments to be due and paybIJe aDnuallyQn the jlst day pIJUuu I ary 1913 and Jap Istl9i4 FRANCIS A HAaiN- M4tv IiLLFN H4GAN MAtlY LOUISE MCGILL Dr WCaypra Syrup and aacceimfnltrtAtmeot for blood and skin d1uu ai 1 BEN JOHNSON TakesRide in Aeroplane and Has Thrilling Ad venture i y i oChoosawpavesthan epresentativ thairmanc pn the District pf Columbia who had solicited permission to go- pu in au army aeroplane at Col- legel Park persuaded Lieut IT ArnoJdthat the weathor was ti allnoun and had tim experience of his liteso He is the first man other than Signall Corps officers to be taken up in an aeroplane at t ILieut1eightlpeldreport to the national legislator tbat there was high hazard in tbe c shoppyrocked like a boat in a rough sea he saidas Mr Johnson could see for himsel lofMir Johnson was not to be de tterred by any amount of risk jil jthe aviator would dare the peril Lieut Arnoldcould show no less nerve and the lawmaker crawledI into the passengers seat after thoroughly inspecting th e aircraft It vas a ride of twenty minutes r with the breeze blowing thirty miles a hour and eeincing increasing strength The aero j plane after ircliog the fed at a twentfoot levIl was lifted andasailed about at a height of somerCOO feet mut Arnold here put his cratt through all its paces dipping gliding and fre quently cutting a figure 8 The wicd caused many excit iing mOments Some of the turns were inde at terrifyingly sharp angles at dangerous tilt and I 1l pre entaiwe ofinson held onI with both hands to keep from falling into space 1dRepresentative Juhrisou is en nceIHe said cf my ambitions has II01e Ever since I be about aeroplaning iin the newspapers I have wanted togoup in one It was bit as interesting us I everyI I did not lose my nerve but I tiuess I would have been afraid wben thd machine almost tipped over once if I had realized the full extent of the danger iLieutaArDdld and Capt Beck told me afterward that they were afraid we were goiri j to Jail atone time Capt Beet was watching us from the groun Of course I did not do any off the hard work of steering and keeping the areoplane upright in the high wind sol had more time to enjoy the ride I have been in the Washington MontIi meet and looked down at people on th street butwe were higher the n that Men on the syiation tield looked about two feet high As we passed over tie field the se ond time I looked down tosee if I could tell when we were exactly over the crowd I wanted to see whether it would be hard to tell when to drop a bomb on a given object if the aurop ine was being used in war It semedto me that it would have been very easy to drop a heavy object within ten feet of a givenspot aftera little practice so as Jo allow for the velocity of the wind and the momentum of tHe airoplane JMieaeroplaneisj a necessity in modern warefare 1 can see that Why an army or navy that is not properly equipped with them is no army or navy at all these days It would not hal a chance iwould not know the onehun dredth part as much about 109I I tnovements of Its adversary aa the adversary would know about its movements Besides the danger from aerial bombs is hard to estimate L4 Accused of i lpajin4 + EtE 5hamberlain of Cltoton Sle hofdly accuseil Bucklens Arnife Salve ofBtealiuj hcttng froiij burns or ealdVtHe pain from sores of alt Jcindstua distress from boils fir piles IIIt robs cUts corns bruises i napr4lnshe says as a healing rem dy Its equal dont exist Oald et Haydon Robertsons I To The Tobacco Growers of Washiugton and Adjoin ring Counties We take the lib rtyofsstating to our many friends throughout Washington Marion Nelson and ther counties who so liberally atronized us last season and ipr which patronage we epdeav ed to show oar appreciation that we will be at the old standt urhe Planters House agai this coming season with a full corps of competent and ienced tobacco men who experI every qualification for handling nd grading every pound of tp b aceo We have had long experience in the tobacco business are well Iaofcqualntd houseIver Y facility for selling ever oundof tobacco entrusted to us f clorWe will be glad to receive aridI el all or part of your crop aid s you favor us we promise iit our close personal attention and will use every effort to make a satisfactory sale for youteWe will be glad to you from time to time Our house i iesYours Truly TANDY QUISENBEURY Famous Stallion is Dead Frightened at some supposed lly unseen object in the night the famous stallion Cloud King by Wilson King dam by Hard son Chief ran from his stall mtuI friotatdiottdropped dead Cloud King was one of the sensational sires of the country and was owned by isL1NKy who valued him at 7500 Farmers Home Jeurnalj Professor Diesr Professor Robert McCrory Ied at the home of his brother Joseph McCrory in Louisville Friday morning 01 infirmities due to old age He was 7 years of age and a native of Belfast Ireland but came to this country when six years of age After haying his right arm disabled while working on a steamshiph He began study and acquired a fine education He became teacher of English and Mathe maiics afr St Marys College Kentucky and is well remembered by many in this county wbo at tended the college in the early seventies Banal was in Cave Rill Sunday JRAISULI A NATURAL LEADER Born to Command It the Belief of a Writer In the Wide World Magazine A Lingor swinging rifles of every make for the last century according to which they carried Then came the sheikhs resplendent with white burnous yel low or scarlet slippers and silver mounted pistols and swords Many of these perhaps 200 marched two by two and at last came Ralsull Halsuli the pretender Ralsull the brigand Raisuli murderer soldier outlaw gov ernor an admixture of personalities ooutwhich we live And whatJs he like He Is medium in height very stout llghtcomplexloned and heavybearded Clear hazel eyes that look you fair In the face are set beneath a massive forehead his hands though fat are well shaped cared for and artistic rHequisite in dress and can it Is said score bull after bull with his modern rifles at 500 yards Undoubtedly a man to command a man of action and a terrible enemy But he is growing stouter almost hourly He passed uIby pompously yet with a llnfinebearIng and we leavihg Mochta to his arrangements strolled to whop our horses were being reshod WJde World Magazine Antelope Increasing In IdaHo theUnitedwritten to state Game Warden Beti Gray asking for estimates as to the amount of antelope and moose in this state says the Idaho Statesman The antelope are oh the Increase accord lug to information which has been rtj celved at the ofllce of the gamo ward en particularly in the Mackay dJS trlct where they have recently been seen in large numbers Dcsplte the protection f n moose they arcS still extremely scarce a In sthlsstato and Gre to be found only thIfew Isolated valleys of Idahor which have not been taken jup by ranchmon and where they are beth g protected by the farmera tn thehlllp nearby Ir j Thc antoloPQ are increaslpg fast t It ttk state junder the protection whIchj liS 1tirdcdand It Is said thofliaveli f ued extremely well for the last Jfcwl years with the wolves and other beast nt prv 1 7rf 4 I h UBscRfmipf U- J 1 JI k f IlfOl I I t i l RoyA1IBAKINGPCAfbEutAbsouzeIyPgr The only Baking Powdimacj LI fromRaya CrapeOreamqrrrtar N o ALUM HQ LIML PHOHAT TheFortme Hunter MacaulejrsTheatrel i sAtMacauley manager QMacaol eys Theater the booking office Messrs ICIawErIangerhaie fent their strongest comedy Com J fairweekcy I powers who control the high and t prodtJctipns of AmeVipa to booli their most powerful l attraotionkconctjrreni ly withgreat public events 1 Lc is for jtblsi reason that Messrst Cohan and Hatrlbwere vailed lu pon tosend The Fortune JPJjalo to Lou svilletbe weekherginning Monday evening SepTmber 11 bra return engage m eat But besides belng a comely1The Fortupe HhriteH also teaches a flneIlessen in coin mercialistn and iis an ex eljent example to he shiftleBs iijini M mart constantly complains dbadtThdeals with the reclamation of NtDun can the fortunehohwrrlhp om an inexperienced clark ha lI intoa bright active hustling energoticbusiaess man and the restoration of Sam Gra ham tthadruggistinventor who lifted from penury to inde 1ependent vrealjlh It you Ijave uever seen ThaPortUQe Hun ter itill do you a wqrld p f gpod to watch the n f transforma ion with tn e space of a few momhsof a dilapidated rpundownInto the finest drug store in the S tateIThe spirit of the process is ear pressed by Nat Dunbaa op the first moment of his employmentt in the following wods VTe must put some signs oUt and gen babitofcOIpinghere he slaves tbe old druggist from ruin and becomes a partner iin the store He 4hcws his business acpmen in the logical talk with the drug salesman When rder ing his first bill of goods hesays bYeLee carry and some tnicgs they ddntronly a little ott everything un Uwe see hpw they sell II A metropolitan drug stors which couldbe taken from the stage and placed m any part ouisville with credit to the pro prietor is shown in the thfrd act Fred Niblo portrays thp young ciiy boy who in iseafcb of the local bankers fortune thrpugh marriage with his daughter finds himself in helpingl others anismakes a success of the store vnlife and that if the old drug gist who hadutDadeafailure oll everything in life1 TBe char acter of Warn Grahame the drug Rfst is played by Frank Bacon It is u delightful character Elm e and trustful believing in everyone andseeing UP eyll Jesepbine Cohan assumes the part of Betty Grahana the drug playingthej ty sweetness and sustained lefi drnC5s hOne 17i 4s the effort made by Nat Diii Cdu to decoy Banker Lock wpods unsophisticated daughter Josie into a marriage proposal How be succeeds in his difficult tsk is told iaaonpst humorous Hind eniJLai ningBanner in the play Tbis deigbtful cpmjBdy which amused Broadway fprtwp years and Ohi agons far pca year will bo seeiidiere by State Fair vial lorsiresfr Ironi Us Metropolitan rphs Frbaoastispractica- lunanged ly and ineaded by Fr d jSffblo supporrod by a perfect Company inefedlBg Miss Jpse phiue Uphau 4 LMatiileesWIllj l l be JtpXJ pn wednes fitSt lll for tnis ngacSsflU Alitl PWer g ith remitij 8tJ veiope will reCeivei promp eJJ L T tentioD Out of towa tshould book their Wt wel advanceto ecur deJtblreprices darIng 19i engagement pf The Posaffnnjer witb25c 50c i5J1150 and jfegfrfpV boxats tIaekLIkLsi Tigt4 t Iii fightingto keep ke looflrtheVhrte corpcier attack dJ4sieik germs hikttigeri multiplY so fast ikfrJittk IustE4at overceme Thens Piabhi1Ic- zemae Mlrrhhm4gaq4jyand reflgtlnc1atit fai1 odditioti denin5i ElectrLe ferr egn late Lbchhiver a W ifeyal jina to ejcp l oiMMi fr usb lond Ilyr Meod urlfier writes C T 1 r4c Calif aveeyefJ1i T r tt4oavestit1yhem 1 Lriatprg The ae ritbf the pr a- trougbtiantrratk ti- eb getifed1 by tKt iictltUf tite fatieipfls ITuslP Silm iix w ich is dtitrof the lkrget pyri I Kentucky having furnw Abundant supply pf wr 7S since old pipster days k ahiios dry The wa erht bM iets in untIl now 1tilowria vetknown befdreiid tp sre- eeiib t len to conserve tba iiwp ply u At the big ElsiifcniorX 81 pete Farm ordergbaehIi Mi to guard the aupp4ot wattrlQ reventwate ssiL i f Wfd tlM drpugbl wU cpkiinu indkfiii tyI and work vhiird ship tin iir j tbas bdenearly tWo bi s tfsll411thisisi perbapsthe dryeat spot is thi State crops beingrlitirally t run KentQickjr fiepoblicitn Thirty YeirsTIfIeIThf1ty years of assoclaiieathlBl of it How cue 11rltdfa good t ilsg s tandsout in that tiibeor the ire tthW lessnessl of a bad esthere4 ignesiyjrk Ip tfijs eyldeace of IIAris8t Concord EiJhH wha WTite ij ave used Dr Dings New Disco rtry for thUty years and Its the beat conghand cold cure 1 ever oed Once It finds entrance in a he4you- sntc p ayliti out Many faMilies haY usedit forty years Its 1t I most Infallible threat and tluiif i itd1 cine on fearthJ Un ualed i4 jjrippe astbma4 bayfever cio qulnsyt0rrij orfe luarg Price LOO CrialbottIelfree Guarat laII y Haydin Bobetsbak T i NewEJ ThenewcpnaetftceatlydiaijpT 7 eredbyf Dr WiUiim R Brojiksi ptBpbart Colltft Nsw Yik and named V him thsrro1cs cpmet has becjiissbdgh11as fto benwith opera jtll oc smal1jelesco anti will iooii H visible to the naked ee Ii I comejb w niinr 1 sinMtHaiot Cygnus abOut tIres tnprthptAl i UM top Ms4I the Northr Ci Iiir1N1j4I erhead ju i1t4 esrly Motion northweM Dr says tha coaet U cpniaf mtriMr and will coatinif to grow jbriffhk er for several w klrI YouWaatttisrJoi f The queatioaihIbM7Qti almpst dailysb aisI a1 tIilJ ition to ri3eyo ast fyour future ocoly bs- vonrernlNg SS4- y I i lncresM U t yoa s b Drauglto TbILa It i1 ccluipypstb1ibge5py rtMl f t BI1 it i tau do v fFOR ij Or fASTORIA r rJA1tf1 Cf J lftf fU1 J L WILu mM pWBLD KX 1 r tpitM TaT IInTrj1h f i t Jt OLIN 1i1por lid Publishers b t1 XEB 71911 4 V DMiiicratic Ticket t V For Uuitea States Senator OWE U JAMESai1t For Governor i Ja0 ILJfcCSEARY JW e IAeuestGovernor I V jnWATlD J lcD MOTT a l I jr rAttoTQ y6eneral GARNETTflV JF r tuditr RrNRY iBOSWORTH For te Treasurer tc TMAS G RHEA rScrtry of State aP CBECELIUS r rltejit ftf Pdblic Instruction BAlUClpALE HAMULT1Ts WerCelsior of Agriculture tJ11I1VANcS4c CWrk or Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE 1r ler Railroad Commissioner I WFXTJAIBP ti Far State S oaion d r1LJI G pANDRS rer1iiitaiive Waihingtoa Co JOHN A POLIN tt was mamffeat to all except tIp rttpoQsible that therewas CO tidarable disorder at the OjMTft HOlll Tuesday evening iriBg the play We will DotS t iky the disorder was in the back iol hs bail or in the gallery but All yarion jajrt of the halt it Tittre were a number who in a Tijed liiiibud talking and laugh 1s tMd Dooyed about to the greatt i aiiMoyaace of thos who wished VoTajof the play rQ a number of strangers wcrt Jn the audience and could iM btit be impressed with the r w that we are something of a f jdi 6rdtrlyl lWhenit corns to tour conductin ap Opera House All have tobear the blame for Sinote made by a thoughtless few StICh disorder is the Result of JthoufhtleHneas and we hope our- 4koplei iill do better on another like occasion Acting Gov Cox has appoint ed Mr 5 A Smith Judgeof the Marion CojintyCoQrt io succeed Jwdge Carter who died last f I ik JdrS nit ls brotler6 Mr W JSmith of this county He will hold the office until his succeeoris elected which will bo jjNoy1912 f Hill Visiting must be very much ySis about all the news gathered frOm the past weekSt Mr Jas Moran Jr and wife of tornuetli guests of the vformer parents here Mr Edd Kellanl wife visited I the latter s parents Sunday MUses Bessie and Lei Roberts of Springfield were the week end guests of friends here- f Mr Sam Hardesty and wife o Hardesty 4speuuiay withI 24r Rufus Jooilettttand wife dS1 e Goatley irjsitedMr W S Y Goo lette and family at Hardesty They were accompanied Tome by Miss Veleria Goodlefte fio will spend l 1 qi t kstheiriu ItMr Jas Moran Jr was ini Lon1siil1e Saturday I N i School Jis prngressingnicely under the efficient managementt q of Miss Anna Tones The Goatley family was en Jertained by Mr Clel Hughes and mother on lastFriday Only those who have enjoyed the hospitality of this home really knbw the enjoyment derived J U from a day under its roof and those who sit at their board neyer forget the feast of a trfily good Kentucky dinner Music arid thecroquet were amusing eatorea ending with a water melon feast in the afternoon Thoe prpsent were MranJ r Mtr4 Palmer Gcatley and daugh ter Miss Pearl Mrs Jas Goat ley Mr Edward Goatley wifei I and children Mr and Mrs r I ijiteeet Gcdatley wire and chll dren Mr Clyde Goatley and wife aid iCi ses ifessie and Letl B JM ia 4 y5i fIt 0IL qf X iMted k their farM at thk place i hayIn resi14itown for the o lu EcQoaUty attended the Piihf1i d1 Mr ad4WLirrnonny1md trn MrS v J i 1rat GoIjyapifM- rThos Tatum continues ill CMr JotinBaker and wflt Qf r Will AirTbos Tatum and wife Mrs ParaJeB Hardy of Louis ville is the guest pfhpr sisier M t6rsMrs 0 P Goatlev will enter tain at dinner Thursday The myited guestsave the following Mrs Rebecca Goatley of town Mrs Lizzie File and sojiMr- illW Beam Mr and Mrs Will Goatley of HardestyrMr Olel Hughes and mother Mr Palmer Goatley and wife Mr Edd Goat ley an Jwife Earnest Goatleso sodlotte giMl w 4areRobert SD S Dd JMrJ n nviJlaSatoMr and Mrs Will Moran spent Sunday with Mr Thomas Tatum and wife uftSblPfirratuTatei the editors in selectiipg such a high class story FrOthAnother Correspondent Missl Ruby ONeaivill cojto Springfield today 0 spend I everal days with her sister M InrsMissestBess and Lei Roberts of Springfield spent several days last weak with Miss Pefirl Goatley Mr T A Tatum is better at this writing lsell Mr and Mrs Clyde Goafley were thegueats of her parents S lenudayt Mr and Ms Jerome Wdhner of Willisburg were the gnjesis of relatives here Monday and Tuesday s Mr and Mrs Walter Derringer arid family were thp guest of his brother near Springfield SaturddayaudSunday Mr Gilbert Donahoe has returned home with his threshers Mr and Mrs Turner Derrin ger and family of Springfield were the guests ql relatives here Friday Thirty Years Toiethe P Thirty years of assoclatipnthink ofll It JIow the merit ofa ptaudsf i theworth1lessness 1sa Concord Jitthwho wrUfsj 1I have used Dr DIngS New Discovery for thlity years and its the best cough and cold cure I ever uSed Once it finds entrancein a home you pant pray it out Many families have used it forty years Its t most iufalllble throat and lung medi cine on earth Unequaled for la grippe asthma nayfever croup quinsy or sore lungs Price 50c wLOOHaydon Roberts8h i Rocky Hill I will try to make rcy Appear anceagaui as all of the farmers are wearing smile after the fine rainsi and all of the crops are lootringflne Mrs Dillon Wilkerbon Mrs Ed Lawrence Ti G Stumph and WIn Milton diurd wuhX O fvlilton and wife MondaylMrsMary Stumph and chil 5at p were the gursts of Mrs Abner Hilton Thursday Several from here were iin your town Thursday on business mptheMrswith Wm Milton and wife Fridny Mr Jesby Hickerson aud fern lly spent Saturday and Sunday with C E Milton and family Mrs Win Milton and son Otis spent from Mond4Y until Wednesday with Mrs Millie Ann Boblilt and sois Henry and Charlie Butler at Booker What has become of Bill Brains as he hasnt made his appeartlnce for some he surely hasnt taken the backseat and sit down for goodMrs Madd Wilkerson arid sons Earnest and Bobbie LPO spent Wednesday with T G Stumph and family Sam Rowe and Miss Maggie Law en e John Peevler and Miss Idar Lawrence visitedfriends at Riley Sunday Jfbil1ipStumph 111bonor of Miss Rebeq4ro It L MfMrimnd ummer itsttv ttfchirltime to torc up Lltkaidvitslity or the jflg Emulsion C xl quick b1eItiIma Mr JQbri GjtHspie f01d a jalf 0HarrJ2uiThose who dined with Mr Lee Hiatt and family last Sun l3ay were Mr Ski merbofn land family J C Coffey and fapniily H MStumph and family fIMr Henry Stumph sold bis cplb to Mr Dock Taylor fort 80 at weaning timef Mr James M Anderson has bldFenwicli for aOOO Possession ven January lot 1912 Mr derson has purchased of the ewis heirs near Dixvillei Mer cer county a farm for 3000 Last Sunday being thefif BefkieStumph in and pent pleasant day In the afternoOn W W Beglpy of Texas came and photographed tho crowd All had an enjoya ble time A KInfi Who belt Homebset tile world to talking but Pan Mathulka of Buffalls N Y says he always keepLat hometh Kin pf all iJnIandl dyspepsia Only 5c at Haydon Robertson Remembering Faces Remembering faces is a giftand o grantde s been unfairly characterized as rude or haughty just because lacking this particular sort of memory she has failed to recognize an acquaintance In business life such memory is an iimportant asset and well worth the effort needed to acquire It It took me some time to learn this bit the sson was worth while Harpers B azarr Englands First Airship History repeated ifseif when a lords debate was interrupted an aeroplane For tynen Lunardi made the first balloon ascent In England on September 15 1784 a cabinet council as engaged on most Important state- ellberaUons But King Georg said My lords we shall have an oppor unity of discussing this quest 6n nti another time but we may never again ee poor LunardI so let us adjourn baUooniSimple Law of NatureI The Phrenological Journal says the organs of the brain conform to the pressure of the spirit mind or opin organslerson be kept In anger much of the ime and more blood will be sent to combativeness destructiveness etc Thus it is that our opinions or stnte- IOf mind affect our bodies brains and s re8 Try Itfor a Day Do you begin the day saying thus This day I will live as becomes a man I will be filled with good cheer and courage I will do what right I will work for the highest I wit put soul fnto every handgrasp every smile every expressionInto all my ork I will live to satisfy mrother s elf You think it is easy Try It f6r a day Elbert Hubbard Spirit of Sympathy 0Bewareevil speaking Seek for the spirit of llove which Is the spirit of tr thfoityou can never know anyone t sympathy or love and take care how toi speak of those who have not yet learned to love Never talk of others andlayoldthoso Dally Thought We love to associate with heroic persons since our raceptivlty kIun limited and with tile great nd manners ensl1y become hOUghtI are all wise In capacity few In energy There nbeds but ono wise wlseEmerson man in a company arid all are TOO EXPENSIVE A SOUVENIR Denomination of Note Was a Little 0LargerBargained For rWhen William T Vernon decided to give up his position as register of treasury he wanted to take away tbeIhim as a souvenir of his public the first bank note on whlcjj he put his signature All thej money Issued In the form of bank notes while be bad been registrar had as a matter of law his signature on it The money having been pot lir clr culatlpn says tho Popular Magazine had been sent back to the treasury redeemed by new notes and then had been marked for destruction In the maderator Therefore the only way he could getthe old nothb desired was to redeem it In real mOney Ho had figured that ho could kfford to pay one dollarfor the old wornout dollar note- Having been informed by the treas urers office that he could get the flrst note ho had ever signed if he would call for It and redeem It with new money ho went to see the treasurer ilere you are Mr Vernon said that official All right said Vernon Ill re deem it He had already J taken out his jock pt book wheQhe chanced to glance at l1ie bld bank note Then he swayed as lfhe had been struck Inj the face4 Thai old note mg4 for ten thou sand dollars 1 Character Above AlL wprthmorethan Wtth11orethanI woulciratherirnyo It said of nie InImy old agi than to hav Imenbody rachi g from earth tcj heavenI I woUlilather hnv6 It said that they could had Mo occasion against him ex cept Jt M touching the Uw of his God than to have alt this world tad give Dwdght L Moody I 5 t IVIIIIIHUu tmllJHtiJ BANISFLjLLCARETTR- ACTiONS E A Off PASS WILL CONTRAST WITH MOR SERIOUS EXHIBlffS 4 1 MUSIC BY ELEPHANT BAND Free Attractions More umeroua Than Ever Before FurnhedRachig Events Are Corkers Variety notoisthe spice of life ut experience has proven that ltls ne of the requisites of success for e big undertaking of a public character such as a state fair In recognition ol this fact the mnager ent of the Keull fOrtthopromise entertainment for all classes and sections While the more riousI form of entertainment comes p eclally In connection with an educa KenltuckYi demand always Is fr att for something IIn a lighter vein whi will help drive dull care away and furnish a kind ofI ental dessert for ttne feast of good hlngs which the n4w premium list olsclosesIt It was the recogii pon of this element lA human nat re which caused side show at the Bounty fair to be orn The idea pro jressed until the great International exhibitions at Chiil cago and St Louis Mere produced ItI was at the formerthat the Mldwaj Became a reality and jit the latter thatI t unhea popular chord and thus it Is that the ierent state fairlJllare not consld ered complete with t some such fen ture Both Novel and Clean wi the nddptlon of rigthenition of the further tact that the genoff oral public will not1qng approve itJunless It Is encompkssed by moral surroundings and n prove offensive to the crowds wlflchj attend The cQn tracts made for thel Smyriad Pass fea tures for the coning fair included stipulations to theI effect that the shows must be clea while retaining tho virtue of being novel This conj4In dltlon will be co plied with Not only will the shows be novel but they S will be now The fold time much worked over exhibitions will not be countenanced On the Pass as well ad everywhere elsedhe public will be expected to be glyjjn their moneys worth and failure of the part of show t men td do this will inect with instan rebuke As an adjunct to he Pass features will be the numer is free acts Allj thrilling and exc ting Caterers to popular amusemenj assert that the regreatrider dashes down jja steep Incline l nioopsquickly that the sibcjtMors can with difficulty follow hinflwith their eye isi poneduced Music onAll Hands The musical el ritants will bo a source of continuous delight to theI children as well as heir elders Thei stunts which the o huge pachyderms perform illustrate ivhal patience and ingenuity will accppUshin the t lIng of wild beasts IIThe Whirling Lunette Sisters nlsh still another Attraction of more than ordinary Interest All lovers x music will enjoy tho abundance of provided by the fate fair 01I ment bands than heard tinI the st ThreehlghJklass rend pro grams and night of the great Italian will be most t In evidence rFat Purses F or the Races ffIfaA total of S66Oi purses will be offered in connectwn with the racing events which will pxCeed in l tereslIany ever before hed Kentucky day the center of facing asa resultt of the fight made pn the sport in nu merous states andiihe stand early taj ken by the legislature In passing laws for the control of racing whldh puts it on a high plane There will be twelve races In nit during the week seven trotting andj five pacing events Duo to the fact tit the he dOn col lision is scheduled for Saturday after noon of fair Week U will mean flint on t pubIlic goftwo and on Wednesday and ThirSday there wilt be three races ENTICING STAKES OFFERED iFOR FIVE VAITED SADDLERa COL 6 RANftlN READY WITH GENEROUS V RSE INJ THIS CTIONI lo1eroijJgrlcultureyenrIwith a guarantee iqf 500 In asi The Commlsslonflr of Agriculture Stake for five gutted saddle horses This special stakojbf 500 fpr galled r saddle homes atalilons mares a irugeldings to b5 bon under saddle In accordance wlh tho rules of the Kentucky g ato fair governing this class This stake will bo divided as follows Forty percent a the first horse 26 per cent to the ac end 15 per cent tc the third 10 pen cent to the foUrtb a and 10 per cent ib the fifth belIthclII Taught the Princes Manners- A little Ipcldout which occurred recently shows hcjw vry particular King George Is with regard to the training of his pons Two of the younger boys W4re riding near his majesty whoa tie cavalcade passed men who wereW thing on the road The men remjved their hats and the king at once doffed his own bat His majesty noticed that the boys In thoenthuslasm otttclr gallop had not followed his example He Immediately jfeMled a halt the princes back jt6 the workmen tbOkI ordered them to remove their itI i jj i0Wanted fls Disguise A man who t a ded horses with a Quaker went to bn a few days late r and said You tat no In that trade Well what dosbee want me to dpi Does thi want me to tradoe buck Inquired rQadbrimOhno not at all I jJust want you to llend me your hat fqf a few days till I trade with ubAialjody elseRams Horn is Scrappy Llttle Cub Second Baseman Who May Go to Cincinnati to Re 0I leva CISrke Griffith as Manager InterestIyou to re move your hatt madam the usher asked at the summer theater In sn stagy whisperSWhy should 11 the woman asked There Is nobody behind me Who wants me to tke iny hat off That man back there But It doesnt obstruct his view of the stage lam three seats to the hu of him That Is true maam but you cut his view of the women in the right lower box That seems to be what be Is interested in Difficulties of the Historian fTo obtain history which Is literature an history which accurate depends upon human qualities not often found the same person He wlio has the jart of getting at the facts and It really is quite an art and difficult enough to master somehow does not have the art of building his facts into a literary structure that pleases perhaps fascinates a multitude of readeraL A Chase Fellow In Amer lean History Michigan in Outlook Indians In European Dress Lrejpart we think this is very much to be gretted In Itself We wish Indians would retain their own easy and dig llod dress and spare their money for something more worth having than cheap and ugly Imitations of Euro enn cloth Madras Weekly Mall Keeping on the 8afo Side An actor was recently asked to give a recipe for a successful play and this was his reply Tnereare two ways of having a successful play tbeIsolutely Insure the latter dont pro duce the play IHint for Housewife of the crockery andS chinaware department Every day we have to test pitchers with water to prove that liquids will not ruti back from the pitchers mouth If the getfaReasoning INow chlldrcfa saul tho stimulate Ins teacher of the brilliant jirvenile class why did God create this beau heIdidnt know of anyone whp could doll- well was the matteroffact re sponse of diminutive JohnJ Real Enthusiast TowneOh yes hes quito an en ihuslast tie goes In for things In real earnest Browne Yes iIf some one were to send him on a wild oose chase hed speak of himself aft as a sportsman Catholic tandard and Times Or Buy Some Stamps First Young Miss in drxfe store ex dlrectorl cant find his name In this book Alice Second Young MissCant you Lets go across to the other drug store and look in their directory ISpanlst1 Cork Industry Tho cork Industry Is of great 1m portanco In Spain Cargo cork factor Ies are located1 In the Catalonia Estremadura and Andal sla employing several thousand workmen MaskIdivorce bcanusc his wifes jolt on the jaw laid hini up fttr2 days didnt really need dlvorce he needed a policcmbn Washington Best P 61IIts no use to tell a pretty girl she Is pretty she knew that long before you did The place to work It In with success Is where a girl Isnt pretty New York Press A Kansas Belle An Atchison girl never has a beau Ono reason Is that she walks so rap Idly tile average young man cant fkeep up with her Atcblson Globe Ralnmafks Ralnmarks upon clothes may be re clothIImoderatelYrm j Straight Oc asionally the mon or woman rlbnorImally1 A man may be In love with two wornoto at the same time but not ither of them kuowsJ1bout It- lII In Their SeasoTis At the age of twenty tho will reigns at thirty the wit at forty tho ient I r 0is I IdSI PicnicI II SaturdaysSeptember t99- For 9- I j I theseasoneiarCharitable The amusemelitsbestBandI forgoodupSI IJ JJ1i otTI11ttLi t Character In Hand Shake Bulwer thinks a mans nature Is iiandslhatChesterfield and smile very sweetly artrigahands with you But there ISrhe says a corSlal claap which shows warmth of impulse unhesitating truth and7 even power of character a clasp which recalls the classic trust Lin the faith of the right hnndIBlood Thicker Than Blood is thicker than though not much thicker thick as sea water The waterI ocean contains 35 parts of rial a thousand while the vital fluid of the human body contains but seven parts a thousand or onefifth as muchsIn the human tyody each of its myrIad of cells is bajhed with thisI seventenths per cent saline fluid Dietetic an41 Hygienic Gazette His Wife the Boss The man edged toward the floor Be tm the doctor could stop him he had quietly turned the key No more for me he said What Co back on your word I havent kept my bargalv You havent paid your priceIThat isnt my fault Iqj rot re sponsible for your mistakes Besides I dont see that you can do anything wou1dI and whojyou going to jltv me back ray property he asked How can I It doesnt belong me any more But doctor Ill tell you what I will do Well well You drop In And see mwife about It and Ill be agreeable to anything Cbester1iTangled Home Mrs Hasker How Is your friend Mr Wallmn HaskerPoorly hes homo sick Mar Hasker Homesick Then dwsntno go home Haskpiv He is home Ddut i just toll you he was wnlI1omesfckbo can be homesick and home at the tame tlmo Hasker I didnt say ho was home sick I said h9 was homesick Mrs Hasker You didnt say be wns homesick but said hewashomeslckl What do JDU mean by such nonsense Hasker impatiently I said he was home and sick at home HskOrGracIotisi Why dIcta IMrsxiUi In the Stat placeT Judie The Blue Rose 1hn4Ilow rose ijiteresting freaks Tjut they are beautiful1 Tho blue rose however should be lustrous It should have about It that velvet slow which makes the spell of roSes In the mlndsoof poets mystics the blue rose has long shed a fragrance bvef the garden of dreams It was said that whoever had been aroused by the wild sweetness of tho perfume of the blue rose would never rest again until he had fourid the far clear heights wasIover all who touched it and that life was never again the same Well the blue rose will at last be common among men but the dreamer wlUstlUt lIft his face to the stars Los Angeles TIms UI lhahla c t dlasslficdiAnd the law of supply and demand Tut ttlti rejoined Mr Dustin Star thats one of those unwritten laws that nre considered only In ceptional fcasesv Mutual Distrust That new SAlesman 1s giving you quite an argumentSYes replied Senator Sorghum hits the same old story Ho thinks we need reformation and we think he needs information DAVEALTIZER IReurnedI 81BriefRed r = DESIRABLE PROPERTYF- OR 1 SALE BY MeELROY WHARTON i I dt nelhalfling barn andotheibuildings fruits Of all kinds and well watered per acre 0lO5OOfi Springeldnew two good barns sthctc and tobacco bam Well fenced and watered Pe- rcreOa t milesfromLebanon 5 room dwelIng house gooc barn mostly in grass fine location stock Per acre 565 fori i toeatedbacco barn good school per acre 700 Ifineall layswelj mostly in grass per acr 55 eItNo 6 130 acre ftirm 7 miles fro Springfield good 7 room dwelling good Iwaterl lsPerac 81No 7 130 acres good frame dwelling lastjng 0argsprings good 3000 fromtownbamlElel No 9205 acres dwellihg 6 rooms s6metimberper acre 885 ifj No 10 184 acres of land good blue rrass land 50 acres of woodland good d A 7Jfji lIg iock j siloooI nIetosroodbacco barn good tenant house gland beauUfuIlocatjoj mlesfroml nclfenced t fomIthhaceobarn milesfromdwelling stock and tobacco barn all under good fece price J4WO V SpringI j andbarni pfrice fNoSpringfieldto church and school injgood neighbor hood price per acre isjT Springfieldof cultivation price475O fromSpringleldIba fine tobaccofirm Wen watered price per acre 855 N6 1920 acres iiieiar Boxjker good dwelling houseand barn price I3gO 4weHingjanoTbarn VBbuthgoodbarn f Ti1vevtxtMrmmenIsi eDI iSS iiOinbsto i f i r U it willpay you to see thir repiJsettive l OIi rV wW I buying r y it iSonsIt irepresentativei E P4 JJEDMA 11LOl t t I f= T7dD jjBigger and Better Than Ever q NINTH ANliJJAL Kentucky State FftSit LOUISVILLE 0J 1iILL1i THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING LiVE STOCK SHOW FINE hORSES GOOD MUSICSCLEAN MIDWAY EDUCATION IffiADON COLLISION SATURDAY MORBCLASSES AKD LAHGER PREMIUMS THAN KYKH For Information or catalogue write to I V PERRY M SHY Secrptoiy ii q 0 No 320 Paul Jones jlldlni 4 Ji I eSr TT AyWay o fkiiine I f IWI1EYtThousands JJJ tdoing this voji k profitably FOJ full particulars of very lIberal j cahi cprriffiil ssficxis extrca 4lriZ izE umpietc address fkvh 90 SCRIBNERYS 11G zINz J ff53 JFSStli Av Ne iiV CitrIspecial offer open fo these wrN eil 1f Ct l ld I 7 rwirc y vw r a DRG 1 BURTON MISIDKNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 4 4 ovricmJBUfa look upstair t IPRiNGFIliLD KY 4 Ali Dental Fistc1ass Work Strictly I I rDR J C ill UED ll Pjqfiiciu M Simeon Office tifrm8 to 9 amt 1W2pm xOffices overHaydons Drugstor jdJ 1 Ut1Ldmpton MD 5 Office taOtera Mtise iY otHtPkN1e I eccNo38 ft if WF dJRiGSBY j ATTORNEYATLAWi O9c onr Fjsople s Bank V 8PIONOFIKLD KY Dr MW HYATT f tt office ver Red Crdss Druti Store Offlcehours Hyatt 1080c to 12 m 4 to 5c JOHN t MAYE- SkfUIEl uiHECTOR i tICENSEll EMBAlMER TKLCPHONE PAY1L NIGHTT4 l MRhIflF1EJ4JiK m Yl F TRU IY t J PRACTICAL I jj- ENTISTOff ice tover Haydonifc Barber c Cental workatreas nuble prices g- All work guaranteed SPRNGFID KY 1 I j fRiIrHd4 t t t Following is the time schedule 1 t now in effect on the Bardstown at and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41Leaver Louisvfllsi at 4i3Q p nr Bardstown Junction 522 pm Bjxrdstown 6C6 p m 4 arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 am Bar stwn 645 a m BlIrd town Junction 780 a m J ariVeiat Louisvijle 820 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville ai 720 am Bardstown Junction r 855 a in Bardstown 1005 a t arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield at 100 p m Bardstown 220 p in Bardstown Junction 410 p m i arrives at Louisville 545 p m r Fruit and Shade Trees Li Strawberry Plants t Tr Asparagus BackljerriesfRasp rr sJRo es Rhubard etc fb Write for free catalogue We 4 IIt f ayjeno agents 1t p HilleDineyer 4 SOnjY I Lexington Ky i I i i111j Benefit ln iloYtlngI Bubbls When I u In the Saranac LakregJon1recenUy J was surprised to see a lOt of nconslnone of the Tillages blowing soap olubbles said a New York vacationist Just returned from his fortnights rest A good liaany of these people were middle gagedt of them had their day pipes and glasses of soapy water and were ryfnff j wlth each otfaeras to wbocould make the best babble 1 iBQulred of one resident if theIpace had become a retreat for the mildljT Iinsaae and he told me that thy wer all people who hador rftfaeutBt they had weak lungs AE Iocrfrom YorkNew was up ther last winter ad introduced soap hub tie blowing one of the aidsIn the cure of consumption It makes the j ati nta breathe deeply t S iuafrasi Ih It lr met generally known how val l bIe a pfertBtive agalast the bltea of mM raito leas gnats midges ant efortli oil ef sawwfraa is U luj a sw ttA14 persoa the oil ia ap J l pli 4 it oace to the place that has baa iHltter it aluvMt Invariably prefveati the pelaonlig altcMrethKli If applied to the Inlamed et a ay etwG after the bite iit at Jf rtei the irritation To t1 live Ia ts country and AM Mift a burden br pti bltl holI day maldng uqO hould lass cand rI TOWN oooe- I HH WHW Local Happenings of Interest The Ftsht and Latest 9 JI AI1AbutYurbe1TFpIend I and AcquftlNtaNcts f l y ISI 1FORpigs Reed Grumes Pure JellicQ c alat B D Lakes FOR S J LE1401iead of stock ewes BW Neikirk New readyto wears at Wathen Shaders Sea them FOR SALE2 coming 4year old mules 1 W H Leachmau FOR SALE Good Jersey cow Shorthorn cow E F Dohelly iBe sure to see- our new coat suits and separate skirls Mrs Williams supplyiof80 pounds to the bushel Let B IX Lake furnish your oal for next wint rTh best oal at most reasonable prices Get your new school bat at MrsWilUamsWe have the right one for you Mr 0 N Willettsoldto Joe McDonald his farm near Fred erickslown for 2700 GOAL In carload 1its Extra quality Cheap Write or phone R L Bbldrick Springfield Ky FOR SALE4G6pd seed rye and wheat alspgocd potato on f Ions lip L Brady Now is t hJfill your oalhousel ithpurejjellieo coal and save the ad vfmce in price ee B D Lake at once t McElroy Wharton sold for jMrjuottn Ir Burns his farm of 68nkore8 to Mr Alvah Perkin- sp1Q0 per acre J Forrest Cusick will remain bis lathers for one monthI While there bje will make any thing you Wish In photographs Monday wasltl regular term f the Police Court Quite aJ umber of default Judgments were taken FOR SALE1 new wagon Sl old Bickory liset of wagon bar ness 1 hay frame 1 tobacco frame androcki ameWill sell any of the items separate L A Burns Now iis the chance while Forest Cusick is at home to have your photographs made Phone bim at Ed Cusjck Be will got your home and make any thing you wish in first class phoJ tographs Mr J Forregt Cusick of Louisville is at hiv fathers Mr 7rfii Cusick ipr one month o JyI from August 21 to Sepmjer21 and will be glad tb have you phone him about any thing V9nI wish in photographs Insurence and Realestate Agency Fire Life and Acci dent Good companies good rates List your property no sale no cost Jw Ghristisan Ageqt Rev WA Wolfe will be in Govington and vicinity v for the next two Sundays and in his ab ence Rev IK H Moore of Maokcydlle will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church FORRENT +The Medley plato House has 9 ooms audthdreare six acres of ground on the prem- Ises Possession illbe given Sept lilll Call on m6 or phone No IqS JMrk Ella H Bodine Bev PaujJBtgByVdf Glasgow is con Uctmj protracted meet ing at the Bap st church this week Services are held in the lore oon tind eyening Thare tx sheen a large attendance each evening and elaqden sermons are being heapdiheacheifrice Good Show V The RQbt Harris company presented Daniel Boone on tb j Trail at the Opera House Tuesv da evening lou wUflhled house Tha play was thrilling and inter eating throughout and taken allj in all was one of the best shows lluriuuIl 4cii 11f eeDbeTe fora 1brg tIme play was historical and had ThjjIIQV adventure and romancs ing filled with bairbredth capes Twofull blooded SiouH t Indians took part in the play antlj a cage of wolves helped give thja play the tppear nce of piotieer bTheprobably return later in the sett son and if they do weieel sure ja crowded hous3 will greet tbell Colored Fair I TheWashington County Cot ored Pair AssoCiation will hold its 87th annual exhibition nett week at the grounds of tB l Washington County Pair Asso ciation The Colored Associa tion numbers among its members some of the most prominout and progressive colored citizens lj the county The catalog is out and t premium list a good one and the exhibits may reasonably be expected to be better than ever On Saturday there wiii be a free for all trot on the outside track for a purse of 60 also a grand cake walk for a handsome purse for which a number of the greatest cake J walkers in the State will take part t I 10jj Mayes Second ale jE S Mayes Jr held his see ond Duroc Jersey Sale on laJt t Tuesday The Sale was well f attended bv many of the leading I hog men of the State The sate of Jersey heifers was held first t andthere were many tine offajr iings the most of which sod cheap In the hbg sale Mr Mays sold 68 head of hogs atan average price of 25 Mr J B Wath6n sold 85 head averaging 1350 Mr Mayes has been handling Duroca for some time and has established a state wide repute tion as a grower cf fine hogs He has recently erected a flietampitheatre under which the hog saled are held His hogs are of the best and he has sparedI neither money nor pains to im proyeI his stock He easily tal es the lead as a breeder of Dnroc JJerseys in Kentucky and his hogs are in demand in other states i FosterS ttles Mr Ballard Settles and Ms SGladyshere this morning by Rey W tAThgrocm is a son of Mr J pdindustrioUSi f pppufar with all who know h mtt while his bride is a daughter of t Mr Wm Foster and is one of o most charming young ladled of fbj i Death of Good WomantSeldom is it that death causes sucn a sorrow in a community ase twhicht her husband Mr Ben Powell at Mackville last week She was sixtynine years ofage and vas a daughter of the late Sam Peters and Mrs Margaret PeWrs of this place She was married first to Mr Cove Arnold andr 8enJPowellMrs Powell was a noble chris- tian whobore with patience her sufferings through a long illness As a neFghbor and friend I her Christian charity shon re splendent as was attested by tIe large number of sorrowing friends who followed her remains t to their last resting place Sunday afternoon Death of Mrs BettisIMrs Margnret Bettis died at i Dr McChurds Hospital in lieba nonon Wednesday of last week tt after a llong illnes Prior to her marriage she was Miss Margaret Robertson and a daughter df the llate Wm J and Lucy Robertson She was born near Springfield on April 12 1863 ancigrevi to womanhood here Fan ra1 services were conducted at the Presbyterian churah onlas Fri day by Rev R E C Lawson and burial was in Cemetery Hill She is survived by trie following Messrs Cling Dana Wjn K Robertson Mrs Salhe S Iecpan Mrs Mollie Mayes of tfiisjcoun ty and Mrs Maria Bdokfer ofI Little Rock Ark etImake jtj beiovwho j ourn their loss She was a member of the r abyterian church and took an activd in terest in all church work Resolutions lRpectls Jf Again tbe edict has been issued by the Supreme Granctster of j utpmonrhas ofDeatbConnor has been calledf rom this LojLigetn earth to tha CestiaP Lodab ve and WbJ we are stricken with sorrow at the shock of suddenness cihedeath of our brother who put a fewI days before seemed in perfect and in the prfoVft of lifeI we are the moro forcibly reminded of the uncertainty bf human jlife and the certainty jtif death therefore be it V Resolved That while we fail to understand the designs of the Infinite we know he I1rtoa wise to err and too god1i to be un welllfaveI ru ra Resolyed That in ibe death of our brother we have lost a faithful member his home a dutiful son and lathe n tbe corn munity a good citizerii Resolved That wis extend to the bereaved family cur sincere sympathy but we rea ize the utter failure of o llbesintentionsI to bring comfort to the bareaved uiother sisters and jlittle daugh ter we commend hem to the Masonics God whqn his word has promised to be Withi them inI their affliction andil will be aJ father to the faiherlilssf Resolved ThatAi copy of these resolutions bespread upon the minutes bf the 4ge a copy furnished the family the locall papers and the Masonic Home Journal with the request that they publish same H Mjrundy J H f lcClure J H Hopper PER e9NI-L Messrs J B Wathen and J J iC Edeien spent Sun lay in New Haven and Howards own t Mi Geo Mullicar is spendinga this week at Crab Oi1 liardbMr Je W lhenVas in Leb I anoThsatiirdayj Mrs Charles Stlndler andS daughter cf Finchville and Miss Margarita Wigginton and brother of TaYlor rille were end guests of Mrs Kit J Waters andfamly jr Mr P J Thoma is spendingfi this week in cindih lMrs1 lms has re- urned from an extondett busii ness trip Hon T S Mayesas returned rom Washington where he has een for several monjihs auditing the accounts for th Committee ii the District of Cc iumbia Miss Hattie WebwiI leave Monday to study fall styles in millinery at the wholesale I ouses i MrsNO Tucker has returnt d to ifer home at Lebanon June after a visit ro her parents 7 Miss Louise Gillfhas returned to her home at Memphis after a visit to the Misses Harber Miss Fanny W11 has returned from a trip to Europe Miss Margaret Sprague hasJ to Louis tile after a visit to Miss Eleanc tf tuccan t Miss Nellie Moony of Nash vifle Tenri has re urned to her home after a viit ti Miss Agnes Kuhn Hon J N Sawi ers of Stan ford was hpre yestJrdav Mr andMrs C trey have re turned to their home at Greens burg after a visit tatter parents M raQd Mrs G D1 Catlett Mrs John I Olajbrookeis the guest of relatives h sreJ e Miss Marie Kuh bas returned Nashville after spending the summer here SWiss Lot tie Wilson of Geor gia has returpuidhorne after a visit to Miss FannY Walt Miss Eleanor Duucan is in Louisville t t Misses Della Kay Gregory Zelma Mcllyoy J ifiia B Polin Stella Edelen Bessie Smith Louise Shader Ca harineSimms Snub Barber and Rusie Miller haye entered school at St Catbarlhesfj Miss Matgaret tiMcphbrd ofS Louisville will arriye the Ilast of the week jo visitTtjlvIiss Eleanor Duncan if MrA L Jentjjjhs And wriffr are in Bloomfield this week Mr L B Cfti and sister 1 Miss Katie were in Bloomfield 8Ad Bardstown the first of the week Mr Joe Dawson otPenlck Station is spetidirVg afew days here V Mr niP Mrs Greg Edelen Hisited Mr and Mrs E 6 Thompson near Bardstown Sun day In this liissue appears the advertisement for the sale of the home of Mr T DTapponthe Willisburg pike The pacelsJ oneof the most beautiful subni an residences Jknow of and isj an excellent chance ism one to secure a fine home convenient to everything one could detheXJ For Sale V l 1 Suit df Birdseyei Maple Furniture Dresser and WashstindhBedstead brasstrimaro 1 Box Mattress 1 Divan walnut frame tapeslltry upholstered Williams Typewriter goo4tI as new l I Mahogany Parlor table l 1 Desk and Bookcase combinI 4ed1 Bookcase l 1 Chest of Drawers 1 Washstand set 6 pieces To be seetiatMrsR Bo hannans Litsey 7Mr andMrs4 R Reed spent Sun ay wIth Mr and Mrs Dun Kelly Miss Gladys Walker is visiting Miss Grace Shehan Misses Margaret and Alien Scarinell have returned home after a visit to Miss Emma and Julia Polin Mr and Mrs J B Fenwick were tbe guests of Misses Rosa and Annie Kelly Misses Harvey and Alma Van Arsdale and Sara Reed spent Tuesday night with Miss Grace JSheban Mr Charlie Willett of Jreder ickstown yisited friends here tbe first of the week Mr Les Adams of New York nd Mis Jennie Adams of Ala ama have returned to their a home after a visit to Miss Nan nie Thompson Mess Hawocd Breeding John of Nichols and Miss Mary Bruce have returned to their homes ini Perryville after a weeks yisit to Dr and Mrs J H FopperlMiss Alma VanArsd le has een visiting friends in Spring eld Miss Ijogan Neale spent Tues i day nig tit wth Miss Nannie E Thompson rENGLISF OF SUPREME COURT Justices of Highest Tribunal Often Use Ungrammatlcal Language on the Bench i TherelIs a delicious reminder of breaks In the questioning by the honored Justices of the supreme court remarked William Maddojck of Boston at the Wlllard i During frequent trips to Wash ihgton I have visited the supreme court oft n listening to arguments and he questions put torlawyers by the grave and solemn members of thea court With so much formality and dignity surrounding the famous tribunf f al I haye wondered a little at theTbreaking of the rules of syntax by thell justices who know better and would never d earn of incorporating theta offhand em arks In a written decision It is not unusual1 to hear a justice Use the Expression he dont and they quite as often used without alntQll n the nerves of the attend ers and without causing tho fellow justices to smile The justices know bcjtter andthey also know that there are more serious infractions of grammatical laws in the nearby house representatives every day ot the session I h6ird onytblg lawyer who had noticed the nunmatlcal breaks one day re athat the lapsus linguae majrbe Consequently thought atavlfitlc NoWnt what this lawyer meant by t this i ntence I cannot explain and I would prefer the good oldfashioned colloquial methods of the Justices even ltthey do violatea rul of prIImary grammar Washington J6 l OLD SLEUTHS FREAK METHOD Mayor Oaynor Comparts It to Certain Ideas of Civil Service Recommend ed by a Germansj Mayor Gaynor at a dinner In Brook lyn condemned certain ideas of civil Service that a German visitor from Berlin fcad recommended Tho e Ideas may do well in Ber lIe he said but I dont think theyd do wel tore Wo are opposed toI freaks and this now sort of civil serv toe examination la as freakish Oldllauths Old i Sleuth the detective ehler was once examining a new applicant for tbe detectiYO bureau He thrust Into the young mans hand a pale mass ot rallies and lace and7cambrlc a worn ana skirt and Flhd the pocket in that he said t Bu the applicant shook his head 4NO clileff headmi ef 1ThntkIT ily on the back If ypure emtrt enough my boy lie cried to know its no e to look for the pocket in ft woJalna akirtt youre smart enough to bo a detectlvf Here your star r 00 TRANSYLVANIA PRESBYTERY Holds First Meting Here Since iS98 Many NotectDivines Present For the first time since 1898 the Presbytery of Transylvania meetingjherefull meeting being about 25 in IallThe present Presbytery opened Tues day eveningwitli a sermon by ev Jphn E Park of Somerset Yesterday the forenoon session lasted from 9 to 12 After the usual routine of regular business memorial services were held in oncr of Rev Milds Saunders who for years was Pastor of the Presbyterian churchat this place The afternoon meeting lasting from 2 to 5 was devoted principally to the reports of committees The 780 meeting last evening was a popular meet ing in behalf of Borne Missions A very eloquent speech was deIIlivered by Prof C G cro of Danville A very scholarly address Was also delivered by Dr W E Boggs of ouisville Among the prominent persons present are Dr Blantonand Dr Green of Danville Dr Mpffett of Lebanon Dr Scanlon of Richmond Dr W H Hopper of Burnside Dr John E Park Somerset Dr fl R Blainof Hustonville Dr W T Over street of Perry ville Dr J G Hunter of Harrodsbnrg Judge Denton of Somerset The visitors are being enter tained in the homes of tile town Commissioners dale Washington Circuit Court Ky W S Drewry etc flffs EquityMartha I By virtue of A Judgment and order of sale of the snington Circuit CoUrt rendered at the May term 1911 in the above styled cause iproceed t9ofTer for sale at the JJousedoor in Springfield Kyon MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 19 sha1lII at 2 oclock pm or thereabout highest bidder at public auction credit of 6 12 and 18 the following describedproperty A certain tract of land situated inIIWashington county1 Ky on the Glens Creek and on the Mackville and Perryville turnpike containing 25 I acres more or less excepting a small portion of land about 25 feet wide and 100 feet long which was sold toDave is the property occupied by the late Jas Drewry and is well improved and Very desirable as a home For the purchase price the pur 1sureti1 fll tIft quickest method of securing thlsls to 1Ice l 1 We dont think we ever pungled real Turkish bath though we produced for the Turkish bath called The real Turkish bath f9rIIfng from the appearance of log urks process as we have seen Is a dry Bootless Opposition The surest way to prevail ona young couple to get married Is to op pose them Till them you would rather see them In their graves and twelve months after their baby will pass you twice a day In a willow wagonExchangeD Cautious Mr WUlIsuBut why dont you take your bonk book In and have It balanced t Mrt WUUsI dont want that sngopyioolklng cashier to know how much money Ive go- thcrePuck Hojrrlbjel Whats the difference between an- rishman frozen to death and a High lander on a mountain peak One is kilt with the cold the other cold with the kilt Exchange Beef Goes Dow The cow that fell through aPenn I ylvanla Held into a coal mine fur nishes the first example in modem times of a downward tiioVement in beef Washington Post t I And She PonderedWif The Smitten Man fervently Love you darling Why before V met you I thought qt1J of having a good time In 1ife1 L iIIIIIi w CaI and even hanghal has Its quota of mil lionairetejnade rich overnight as it were by thrmarvelbus IItu L wlIaI The desires tajyStjJBiSf inaa are vast as eternity Slid him to 1L Edwards IWatch the mall fhint Grand temple are lijyit of s1al- stones sad great lyei Ar ah p ot trifling evtnts 8 I J 7W Sjiringfie1d Cleai f j ttQ tL Hello Vhe areyou ngf j Are you oniour way toacl aqna atIdpressing club1 a placewhereth ymakOLD CLOTHESccshop is next to the LOOKEfMylare prepared to do BETTERWORK I My dry cleantng TtEVERfYiii t that has eV r been put i IWork alJetl for and delivered toallparts ftown Itis not tooftrnd it is 4L t not too 1 andrI iJ thewalking oW Gowdr1Prop t V VIt door to Clerks office r ttex i44c4 4 444 itJI 4 tY LLi i1 1NOTIE IJI t IIThe foJcffew items ife daalre to ay r II i to Whereby you can save ty aiU at time get reliable opdij f our IISee Wue Enameled Ware I Anewl lot of Water ColOr- st Got our priqes on tRoofing aUd- IIIPIUmbii11 Call +d ee our P t ft r1ectio IOiStEs e iiIE9GE1Iqr t Razrsi1S eourLP4l OKFz rs J BtiAlIHU alll and see us when in toW I Ij i I SHQLTZ cGLI1rAYER I t ti qr L fi rFITZOERffD1ERLE1- WIiiptembrisTheMot r t tII F F 1 or r 1t j j IIJ I 1 IJIIi l shipped extra select Oysters i I Come and Try Somei j III will serve them most any tis raw for c4ol IIWe ll at sb jBread Cakes rjaidi Ca dy als6 Ices at Any 1riae i1tt J fjf l lIi rI rII 11 r The1wtp jSqnsista 46 34 cre et kmi lad kson it a 10 room reaidiice large tobacco an I steVk IMMI twi lissi i tcribholdst R j I watered little farm iiri the county having a ni W fasff asiIII tiMi runs cod water thayear around good well ai 43eqd ptiit Alat apple and peach orchard good grape arbor pfS dI YariMMJ taistrawberry bed This property wilj suit any+=a ii JIMM J in the edge of town close to good scBpolUJm aaough laai U Uii I A living1 easy My only reason lor wanting t4seltie ti ytt tiostr ts my business otherwise tide home could notbiboifct ier nnjriiiia vfvalIe amount of money T t 1 j 4 J iffID 1ITTCEtt 1 A1 iJ j i jjjjjjjjj w y Tr = IJ- FF i IcoirMhip 91- LJ i rll r Liies Standish5 7 t l 4rtvt With Illustrations by f l F Howard Chandler Chris Ji J t i JCopyright 7Iu1 Bobb Mcrrflt Company f k lO f r Vtndtrtg his einuous wayIr I ate lWefwl the goldonl reed sof the t U citywo1neazudtthe 11WeiJme J O + idndof the East ha fir V v acda nfid iniu wild exultation i f lc me9W1n4 qf jthe East frbm u 0 tik2x vek TotLowIL irfcVe tllelds ofdulse aidTV ole sureissl meadowia oil seal vT atriElpTfln 4Oer rocky asteband the r oceanxT JLaytHj cold moist hanClon my burn ii yfjarlbrehe dand wrap me 31oM In thy garments otmlst to al V t 2fever withia mel Uban airakened conscience the ij SeaSrai ioanlng and tossing I Beating remorseful and loud the mu iv table sands of the 6 ashF1 I h thotrugil and umult 2 f passions Contend t th i l1vre triumphant and crowned and friendship wounded and bjeedlng1 jf a lout c e 9f rdeslre and lzn rV t rpprfuhate pleadings of duty j IIUfaUltJ he saiddthatth malden haa chosen between usl j 4 laulf myianlt that hefailed myault tat Xamthe ylctor TJin within him there thundered a voIce Jkethe yolce of tho prophet 9t hathvdlspieased jfte Iodtant t Vv q o lhtof bavlds iranegres i Vsrij 1iUiaJrebjiiDeautlful I facer and his I Vt pfcrfendiar the front ot tho battle r Sliam tand Ccdntusianof guilt and abaement and sIrcondemnat1op 4 vOremJieimfed hlpV atonce iidho r thdeep t c n ltlon x It liath dlapleaaed the Lord Itls Saf the temptation of Satan J r 51 xttZ Then uplifting his head he looked V rSl at the sea and behold thriDimly the shadoWY forth of the May flower riding at anchoivJJ 1 Rocked on the rfslng tide and randy tbiall on the morrow t1 t Heard tho rolces oL men thrpugh the vSTrf r IatgwetflUftpt cordage 113 TbTpjvTOonfiB deck ihe shoutaofl the YYar901rF 1ear ct58tr dt 1Iu nqtiOud U cfPPIJgaUof tlM5jMht- i 1 q aWl for Aa moment he sttopd i h tt Us iie andstaredat tp v i J v Thenwetlf eLngatxanti urrJedry dngs in8 ttnd1 BtOpithfc1 uro ftetshl piceI dIfollows the bec1unln shadow t Y t p mp n5obhe m tf 1rmur djr the hand oPthe Lord JJ iLeVUngme out of the land of dark I nesstlie Tkjhdage of error jTbro h thes athnt shallI lift the e4St walls of Its watery around me i cruel thoughts that pursue me ifDackwtll I go oer tho ocean 4 i dffiary land will abandon thUSj rf Her whom i may not love and j ar offended0 t wh IY1 Betthrto bEt Jt rgraveln the gree- a tf old 1r11JClos e bytmy mothers EnglandIi e dust orIii J rBetteFhiuFL 9rgOUD th logii- Sdcredirand tfnand dishonor- safe and unseen fn tho dark of the narrOw cnamber tvSZ fWitb jheUmy secret shall die lUlc a ured dWtJ that gUmmits W iBrightt othe hand that is duet Jn fli r fchaxnbar of alienee and dark T jI i Yes as the marriage ring of the great espousal hereafter SThJ strength of his strong resolution Leaving behind him the shorle and hurried along In the twilight the congenial gloom the 1illhouses of PlymouthI Shining like seven stars in thp dusk and mist of the eenIngISoon ie entered his door adfoMml the redoUbtablo Captain Sitting alone and absorbed In the martial pages of Caesar Fighting some great campafen in J Halnaut or Brabant or Flanders Long have you been on your errand he said with a cheery demeanor Even as one who is waiting an an swer and fears not the Issue Not fd ort IslSe house although tho woods are between ss But you have lingered so long that wile you were going and pom ng I have fou gtit ten battles and sacked and demolished a city Come sit down and in order relate tonic all that has happened Then Jphn Alden jgpake and related the wondrous tadventuro From beginning to end inln eiy Just as it happened How he had seen Prtecllla and how he had sped in his Only smoothing little CourtshlpI down her refusal But when he came at length to theI words1 Priscilla had spoken Words so tender and cruel Why- dont you sneak Ior yourself Jphnr Up leaped the 5CaptaloI Plytaoutb and stamped on the floor till hit armor Clanged on the wall where it hung with a sound of sinister omen All his pentup vrath hurst forth IK a sudden explOsion Even as a han gr nade tha4 scat ters destruction roUnd Jui Wildly he shoutefl and loud John Alden you have betrayed Ac Me Mles Standlah yquty friedadJ hare supplanted deffauded hetrayfdf me One of my ancestors Tan his award through IhoVbenrt of 34tPyier shall prevent me from ninnies mypwn through J c1tjart of a 1WhO raitor is the greater treason for yours is a treason to fn1e4dahip You who lived under my roofS whom j I cnerisbed and loved Ia5a brother You whobave fed at my board andI drjinkat pjy cup to wfffeie kep 11 11 IItlyII You too Brutus ah vfQe to fie name friendship hereafter jBrutus wAs Caesars friend afcd you mine but henceforward 1Let there be pothing between ijs save and implacablel l1a11ed1j Iwar ae tile Captain oi jPfaiaoutltl t he strode about in the chum h Chafing and caking with aKfUlto cords 1were the venf oa hja teur1 pies v ji But in the midst of Ms anbamnn appeared at the doorway nnnKinsr In utternjQBt hateamea iJ We Gve4wa t AltiJ1 Free t 1f t t TIitopto on Sensp MedeatAdviier in Plain rI Eegllskor 1eiae Simplified Lw Ry P otO D 4 r f SurI1ever 700 i11ustmtjons in attOng papersehciftg 21 oneccnttamps tOcovet ot ofmaiIinfonI Miri PrCJgth bndiagIor 3ltclllQvir OQopies of this complete IaTocior Book were sold ittlothJtbidie at regular prceof SISO CopiecSffJ lei Iii4Icienct NQ bciof4nfl utodate izcjoe rcveqdcdjtn NeI WQjD8 zjnr realtY Mtio11iQ Fdc ltl 6 t cS 9NE REMEDYoryithne ifPZ jobI Of191Jgh h M eekerarosatpfr jJ o Jlrontto iyippcr its f ia4re4t NoSeCretsNo Dcoeptio9 1r J cpdhi Miid fi9i ndthmcJjcip Iorcstrqots IU th ar t t A tt w r J141U11hCGI ca c igr5t Rnors cf dangtr and wajr and hcs tile Ircurflona bf Indiansl StnUghjtwsy th Captain paused and without further question opar1Joy Took rosa the nail pn thia wall his jonfluokiedfrownlag fiercely depafeclIAlden was Jaf t lon He heard tho olarik OHM acaboard GrowlBg faliates and fainterr and tiy IHI awayx in the distance Tben 1e aroio from his eeat and looked forth into tho darkness Felt the cool air blow Qahls cheete that w iatt vfti the Insult Lifted hlj fjfe4 f the heajvens and LchlldhOQdPratedt Father who s eth Inie ret il4 V Through the congenial gloom of tlje forest Meanwhile the choler1q Captain strode wrathful away to the coun ell Found It already assembled Impa 1illothemold thoi hill that 1wasnearatto heaven CCovered with snow but ere l the ei cellent Elder of Plymouth God had silted three kingdoms to find the wheat for this planting Then had sifted thd wheat as thoI living seed of a nation o say the chronicles old and such Is the faith of the peopio N ear them was slanding an Indian In attitude stern and Gcflapt Xaked down to the waist rand grim and ferocious in aspect While on the tabe before them was lying uncned a Bible iIPonderous bc1 in loather brassI studied prlnSd in Hollnd And beside it ou tretchodvtbo skin JrI a rattleense glittered Fllledj like rftniulver with Arrows a signal and challenge of warfare L j t hisBuckled the belt round waist 11j Brought by thq Indian anti 6p jaking with arrowy tongiea defiance This aiijes Standish Ot as ht on fored md heard theifa jlebating What wore an answer bofllUng ti hostile messogoYand menace Talking of this and of that contriving suggesting objecting Ono voice only for peaceand that the voice of the Elder Judging It wIsoand well that eqmatl least vwere coaverted Rather thnany were slain for thia was but Christian behavior Then oatapoke Miles Standish Istllwart Captain of Plyjmouth Vluttwjtag de ep in his throilt for voice was husky With anger hill 1Vbltt do jou mean tofl2lke w rOIIIG rI IJJt r howitzer planted There on the roof of the ichurch s It to shoot red devli IrI Truly the only toncio t ttaris under stood by a sa Must t the tongiu lKeff ppeeks the conoon Ifrom answered anti 41d the ex Elder of Plynyji 4tb amazed andi4iarrntd at ISODtIfbat lnnkuag4ithought VetPaql nor the otherpeij from tba cannons mouth were the tpifcifai of flro they pake- t1 ri I 4 r t The caramon rtsJr the household HiIO1Thnt question will be asked yoU ahnost iafly by buSinesS menseekingyour ft seMcb Motei3AKERS If lifytake the DmughonTmiingandshqw nmbjtioi to rileindorse DRAUGHO COlleges than 1nnorea1lother busness colleges CQtJflINED 48 Collogesin 18 States International reputationBanking Tjrpewrltrnir Penmanship Enell Spellfnir Arithmetic letter Writing DubeuLawThEE nuxIl1ryjranches under reasonable cqndltlonj bankcaslztheNewSystem ofBokkeeping saves them hoIdizggood positions scnogvppeg as the result are offrpm25 toO rcPtw rkanworry taking Draughohs Home Study lessonsIcJForreecatWhJftDRAUGHONS PRAGTICAIl BUSINESS COLLEGENashville or Memphis or Knoxville Tenn or Paducah Kyor Ean c1Ddrr II But unheeded rtk jsild rebuts Iun me Canbt Who had adyancfa tcl the table and thus contlriu dfcourslngr Leave this matltr to niefor to me by right it ptfrtainWh War Isa ferrib ttaIe Vi ti the cause that ila righteous Sweet is the en Wl powder and thus I an8yb f the elfalfongoi Then frojii Ui rattlesnakes skin with a sudciei contemptuous ges ture Jerking the hull rip arrows he filled Iwith powd t and bullete Fullrtotho very aws and handed it back to the s age Saying In thuni rIng tone Here Ithk It tl4s ta your answer Silently put of the robm then glided the glisteniajavagc Bearing the serpents kin andseemtting himself like a feerpent Winding his sinubus way in the dark to the depths1ddot tie forestI1DID AWAY WITHUCHWbRRYr Suggestion MadeS by Common Sense Man That pioved Eminently Practical She entered a car tarrying a hugelhandbox Ip one hand and a nu parcels dn her other Uoyblcdup arm They were untnanabeablo parcels Even after the womanrgot a seat they slipping oil her lap at every Illurc of thocar and jojlted all over the floor hl1dpicKedparcel for the third time he said Madame may ask If you have a hat in that box The woman said she had Then allow me to suggest he said that y6u fftit It on your head and pack the small hat you are now wearing and all your bundles into the box It Is big enough to hold hem all Resentnient at his interference flushed across the womans face but Just then two more packages slipped their moorings and her expression changed to gratitude ITbank 01she sjild Then with the aid of a mircor loaned by a woman opposite the transference of hats was etrectqd and thdwonafl rode th rest of the way hom ib witsonly the bandbox to worry about SOMETHING COMING TO HIM Artists Model Wanted Share of Pro ceeds of Picture In WhichHe Had Figured E Phillips Opp njjelm was talking In New York about literary popularity Those writers who are unpopular said Mr Oppenlieimv impute all the TheyItisements theIPubllahcrs Mr Oppcnhelm lighted a fresh elsa rette And that remliids lao ho said 01IIan otchlng j ITbe blacksmith siomo months later atIHello blacksjmiljli said Whistler Vhat brings yqi here Why said tlo blacksmith I beard as hoV a nrizb had been award ed for that there portrait you math of me and Ive cpm for the cash the Breton Like their rQ ltSgnarl ed ChracterlstJcjOf treesf says a the relation whence hq ito harmonious i1Theslbnes and the stonos of BrittanJ also have souls for tneois uotnoro soul fill country than tils and it jonld seem to exorrlso a mystical attraction on natures responalve toIts cxpres rplprlt past the piety of the people praciic having until quite recently IIIIgor rltfg and putting their faith dlscernl41eIlnarhowever dlsplayJug affinity in thai art aa also in their physical feature with Asiatic raeeaucb eIrcumscej stamp this oooriri bound nation with a mark occult In itsi vnl ajgnlflcanro On many a splitnx Ifk Hreton fare you will UiBtlnvuioh vhJ hfiftt niB to roach b yimd hnrlsone tholooh ot one who n groat problem to rVflcct totgnarl 3 To Live LoiJQ Cot H A du Pont lot the Delawwaro family was odeottbesevoli memlArs of tho West Pont laBS of 1801 thnq were present at tjhe clans golden nnlI Vorsary last Montli at the Iloic Astor Col du Pont dUciesDig at this nrf frIIOngour cis is 75 y ralamsuro lor nil these survivors out of their t expcrlerico will agree With me in the dictum that It Is not work t 1st kills menlt la worry The rvolMtlon is pot what destroys machinory hut the friction Which WoUld You Prefer R philips Oppeuhelm tho wet Known hovejlst condemned at ailn 1nor lrl Xi v liV rVwtlincViv flnrtnn that finds sd readyLt saleaftiong thB tnnwes y MUtOts Par dlso Lpstfbel4 d br6ugtt authorand Deroe1ot- le t a for Crusoe hilt kno noilta vbcE ITa1i nails In edltfons tQJ1Ilfngures alltl whose IncoTns nero j 5nIhein to keop yachts motOr ara ahttoven aoroplanos 1jli Oppenhelm smiled scornfully f ihe authdt ot the past died ho sajd but hfs works lived Tha a- upord lp t today lives but his works dIe5S I S MPLY OLD ENGLISH TONGUE Interesting Account of th Origin of Is Known as the Irish IWhat brogue Perhaps nothing Illustrates better th3 vicissitudes of pronunciation in E gUsbJ than a study or whpt Is called thj Irish brogue This lingual mode foit Is scarcely to bo called a dla 15Is usually presumed to a der terioration of language duo to lack of education and contact with legitimate sojirces of English It proves after a llittle study to be a preservation of the old method of pronouncing English w iich has come down to a goat do r griee unchanged ip Ireland from Shakespeares time In Elizabeths time how erlt toi be realized that if there was any real affiliation of the two tiamejj j res then the Irish language supplanted by English and a effort in this direction wa made This resistIePUSbedall over the island except In tho wpst within a dpcade after St akcspoares8 death This fact takes on a now significance when we study what we now call the Irish brogue inr connection with what is known to hajve beep tho pronunciation of Eng lish at that time The two ar6 found to cpnform in prdcUcally every re spiect Irishmen pronounce English as their forefathers learned it and bde preserved Its pronunciation be canse they have been away from the main current of English speech van a tlon over since James J Walsh LCD In Harpers Magazine PfHERN BY UNjTED STATES Nations of the World All Eager to lCopy the American Form of Government IPresent purposes are nccomplisuatwhen attention is called thjit under our form of government as our fathers gave it to us and as thbir sons perfected It this nation has enjoyed a prosperity that has excited the wonder and the admiration of the wprld and that our form of govern m nt has become so pqpular that otbI erj nations are striving to follow our example In consequence we have rto tojt erji hemisphere France has followed our exampioclosely Germany has a wiltten constitution and In the Reichstag untrammeled parliamentary representation for the people while sijh countries as Turkey Persia and dina are nit taking steps as rapidly as they can to follow our example in providing a form of government ndcrj which men has been able to demoistrate his capacity for selfgovern nintJosephn ForalcormSHE WAS WAITING FOR ITr Olf Merchant Had Left a Faithful itI Somewhat Ignorant Substitute Ii in His Office Having a pressing engagement with n good rlhuit an oil merchant w asti obliged to leave his office fn solo charge ot a charwoman jNow my good woman ho said in dlcatlng the telephone when you hear the bell ring attached to that little box Just go to the tube and shout Hallo Who are you and walt for a reply The merchant had been gone half an hour when the telephoneaboutI rang furiously The woman rushed to tho tube shout out the necessary query and put tho receiver to her icar Im Dobson ftoraDublln came the ansWer Got njlot of oil for you and wish to send it Qn at onto Be to receive ItI readyI Presently the merchant U and to his amazement saw the char woman holding nn empty bucket der the telephones lube What on ear h arc you doing with that pall he asked youtwastube that he wns sending a large supj rc1cehol tt awaltin for it ttj run through Lonxl don TitBits 41 MUST LISTEN TO SPEECHES Members of British House of Commons Have No Diversions Pro vided tfor Them rIThe dose physical contact between the mcmlThrd the British house of commons in la room not half the size of our hou e of r representatives brings tho debater at the desk and the assembled body within close range to each pther There are no swjvel c ntrs and desks jipon which to write or to idle time away while a dcbato is ini progress Tho members sit in 1thos8I of tho sessidn njo seat or bouquet is rbsarvcd for him Not one mcmbtr aoutoadint the paper pnstfp pgI ellVerjSIOkS paying attention through the proceed Jugs although the various postures of suggesledthoIIt Judge and counse now bored now In crested but always right there with in the optlQal vision of the speaker 3A Peep at Parliament Joe Mllchell Chappie In Natidnall JIagazlne r Dear Almost un Over byAuto A big black be r tried to cross tho counly road ast inight in front at bit fast Rppronchlnffjautomofiileln which I H Brewer president of Hoqwlam Commercial club and his family antiI friends were returning from litI bench Tho car was going thirty mlles an hour and thobear jump ed back Just In tlrao Hoqulam Con no epondcnco Seattle ppstIntcurenc r l I SpeechMtetyears as JeqsioFishelcovered her volcetho other day when startled by a vivid flash of lightning and a loud peal of thunder Seven teen sp cfellsts in soveral cities bail noIsuccess Hor father declares the rq coveryls the result of prayers offered constantly by the family x big fani fly celebration hts been planned Killed on RockIng Horse hangindelidlnghor ewasthe sad expertenc of tewdaysWatson used to cleverly ride the horse while It was swinging briskly and it is thought he had been playing clr cus trltKs had lost hIs balance And having been unable to extricate him self In the absenceof hlluareri had been cHojfcd to death 4 Perfected Eyeglasses Eyeglasses Tor those who are near sighted cut crescent shaped have bfcen common for a long time A yaclfts Ulan appeared recently with a pair of eyeglasses crescent shaped but for those who are far sighted They are just the fev6rse of the dlns glasses When wanting to see distance tH6 wearer looks through tho glasses when reading he looks under them J Clever said tho slight and ele Fitzbob to her friend Mrs jIjwlsh embonpoint was striking I wish I had some of myleangin of that wish replied the fair witorrou think too much of me and too little of yourself Had Grown Out of It Middleaged graduates of an ncad emy IpAuburn were discussing echoor days says the Chicago Post What became of that redheaded boy who was so afraid of the girls asked one He has jJust been dl vofced from lIjis fourth wife said the graduate who had kept up with the times f Reminiscence ThS boy bethought himself of a whIchwereAnd right shrewdly For these Quoth he with wisdom beyond hIs years ate what one need be prepared fondly to recall in ones ol- dgoPucka A Variable Condition tAny malaria around heieT asked the tourist Some say they is an somesay they ala t replied the na- ivet It pears to depend mosly on whether the person enjoys the kind of medicine thats mostly took fur tit Salt With Vegetables A good vegetable rule Is salt with vegetables that are green no salt iIn those containing starchor grown underground Most vegetables Hro Iput on lin boiling water though some bousewfyes make exceptions td this rule 4 Muqh Like New York Victim of a broken aqueduct Ven lea may be said to have brought homo to it a realization of the Ancient Mar- Iners Water water everywhere nor drlnkProvI4enceI Legislatively Expressed No one can go wrong If he follows tho Ten qpmmandments said the SenaIttor Sorghum Vthtf only trouble about the Ten Commandments arises from the amendments people try to tack to them Nelgborly Anyhow Maybe it Is design or nmybo its Just accident Anyhow It certainly does look fmrnytb see all the prlncl pal taxicab stations bang up against drinking fountains for horsds w York Mall Up to Him Tramp Mister would you give mo nlclfel l for a meal Pedestrian IFbr Ia glas ot hOer more likelyrlcmnp Wotcvcr you say boss youre pay in for Ulloston Transcript t Man Has Changed Lightning In a bulletin recently issued by Iho Agrlcultuftil Department itt Washing ton ills stated by Dr George C Simp Ilion a noted investigator ttit the use Of elecfhtity Is likely to lessen the number of lightning strokes owing to itbo new metallic paths offered to groimd destructive force In carrying it to theI TIe lightning of the future will cause flres ralher than the demolish j lug qf bul1 lngu in the past inrisauii Bffavc yMi Trouble and Sever Suspect itRow To Phdout Pill a bottle or rcwnion glasswithyotmr water and let itstautitwentyfourhoorsS ahiickdustaedi zueatorsetUiUg rvstrmg or miky iif ppearanceoftca indicates pti un r he3ltlicondi H tion of the kjcl ncys too ftc toJi the ba yoathequLoruu1rjoften expressed that Dr Hilniers remedyfulfillsrheumatism pain in the beck kidneys rtheurinatytlJassngescalding pain in passing it or ben effects followll orbeerl Jtbroughhemanytimesandiuiiaiediate AJiealthJcauseofitsreniarkable Jj f Jrt imeQiciney i have the best Sold by druggists in ififtycent andoneelollarsizes us tI oi freebyniailghamtonNSwanipRooton NY on every botUe d I1II j l Children Cry for Fletchers 1 L The Kind You Btaro Always N Boug it dnd TvMcfi linJ been rin usp for over 30 years has b rucj the signature qf tt rand hits lice m i to under his per super islo i 6lnco its InfancIircGE44rto iecctvoouiums t All Coimtcrfcitsi Intltationg an I Jus asgoqan tire tint tllOrIW RIAJlJJaCastoriaisa hnrmlcfss substitute tor Castor OH Paregoric Birops nnd Soothing Sri s t is contains neither Opiuni JHorjihirio nor snbstnitce Its ago is its grnarantqd 1 dcsPleasantitand allays Feyerisjlinossr ttColic It relIeves T IngJ OI1i1rcs i nnerr1tttuieue It tshfUUate a t4io I mid regulates tktSomtiont and Bowels gLciuj Jl alflty ntl natural 1ee rTim CiiIdrcnS PannccayThc 2Ioihcrs Frlehtl GENUINE CASTOR A ALWAS- t J BearstheSignLtub The lUnd Youilave wajsBoiijjstf ii- FppIn Use Over 30 Years crrnAKB Troftny TtneeTNtwroBi ctTT ILJi BJappyIiq a ft 5 Happy the girl or vorai4 siphfes never sufferedfrom anyof the diseases of wpnahhoQiil fOr if she h sbeen a sufferer happy is she if sid has llearned qf the Wonderful benefits of Cardui tue womans ttcriicl fsCardui 1sagentl tonk rem dy1 or WQm nstailments vegetableJf l J years it has cufed thousands ft should do ths same for you ICARDUI Jothii1on1c i t II II 11 Ms Mary Neely of ten et fTenn ays4111binkI there is no tonic on earth as gbod as Cafdjii Il used it With vetybesfresults1t I had backache and riearfy everything a wOman could suffer wit u1tilltookI CarduL Now I feel better than I havfe JQr two years I shall always recpmrnjBild C rdui to ther suffering women I J pant praise jt top highly As a medicine for weak tired wornout women Cardul is safe ar d reliable Try i today Writeto indies Advisory Dept CbaMdusCockattanoocnsfQsttcallnstm d elmk lJome W H l5i- rr cVIRY ll N S LN A llFeognuzo the iimportance of conducting all business deltails b and lojjgt Hstahce It is economy ui Bavinp felephpnebothlocal Uhexcel ed ty lephone aqrylcevcan be Jiab umberJ ndiTelephofteiaMaTijegraphCcml t conne ion to all Imon4dhtpoints In the United States teareaEOnabe ervieetlie b st ffiJ1 A f CUMB ANDZLFPONET1 EG tPH qOMPANY Ir incorporated4 h 11 I VETERAN PLAYING t 6A1E 1 r A EER1 r r u r Mnagr Fred Clarke of the Pittsburfj tPirfaites Never PlaywIflW lJg j sler Ball Than He Has This Season 1 v li1 tTh13SS i 1s1Uiafal StIal4AloTelY shs2 8 ufiU routwa ab4SOh perJd4tq Mea all h ateiiBrt That drtetf must hato bpen made foi a gpp cjaser And jvhy in the name oj 8cna4se weai9 pink when it makes her IOOK like ja chunk of rnucLI can not imiyne a Chlld Reqyet Bobby aunt had often brought some flny chocolatd mice which 1 jjb liked very much accept for their ala QnQ dttyaheiicfled up to hefoaa1iIly axitlzaitl AUnlie buy chocdlatp mice wont you ples3 rtf 1luy rats I tr t Yh S the BEST Beauty 1HInt y J J flei July Secret for men ontev Kk oap ind water rn ke a anoww Wjgl vl athe ap ly freely to afi1iotedPj ons of f ce1then screpcleeai aba or t To an PaIe MaeuZi Wa Ii w Ii clean cold wateij ppdbgef or soft cloth WkI iiiN rN coMj I with dry flouraadi ry Wi place n woolag4ele4k arneis Nature Ippei It g there la na n atiiI3 hi out till ocilyl goo Ice in reicSftlbjany jfournal 1