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I WiisffED 2 t fINl883- 1j j tiIr 14 tt1LWb1Wi i fyI f 4NEWD sLE Ij S Y 01 X III NO 33 PRINGFIELO A8HII TON KENTUCKY EPTEMBEIR J9IL J + 1 1i tITZ C j t f 4 a t Itr If J IIi f RunawayJ4 JI Oscar Buckler and Robert Y Hard t Jlknt1cItizens of the St Garys sectipb were painfally hurt Monday vhemthe- bprse they were driving became tightened near the djeput and 9 TAB aWay They were ctming lisi D pot Street and jjust as they I 1 WiaIe riving between a train i iWthti dividedattte piodJ Ulie fright The animal could 1 ot be conWcUed and dashed grstreet colliding a tele phone pole near the office of SalIL Gtfmtead Co The buggy WM overturned and both MredHtrdeaty and Mr Buckler thrown put They received a inomberofiniurisabouttbefacel v beadHkndbody and for awhile it was thought they had been dangerously hurt The two men were taken into a near by office- atld afterwards to a hotel where physician fwhb has teen sun momd dressed their luxuries Later they were able to Jbe rep tl II moved to their homes and arej 0 noW imprvu1gLebancn Env vterprise1CoMmiiners ale W shfngtoii Circuit Court Ky r TCS Drewry etc Pillsno ii Equity St Martha Burns etc Dfta By virtue of a Judgment andorderI Jof Nle of the Washington Circuit jCotirt rendered at the May term t l uSJlITnvthe abQve styled cause i shall f proceed to otter for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 251911arL at2 oclock pm or thereabout to the 4 iKlgheit biddeif at public auction uponE accredit of 6 12 and 18 months the following descrlbedproperty towit f A certain tract of land situated In Yashlngton county Kyr on the waters of Glens Creek and on the i ackville and Perryville turnpike containing 25 acres more or less excepting a small iOrtion of land about 25 feet wide and v 100 feet long which was sold to Dave Bottom t t t lulater j anajrery desirable as a home lorthe purchas price the pur 5C rs with dpproVed ecurityr or its teust erecute bondAearlnB rt Mal Interest from date of sale until jjBttd and having the force and effect tif ruBgraent Bidders will be pre prja to comply promptly with these trmsSC T BOSLEY M C W Or C J rr Tribute to Painters Skltt- jjOnV pf the aWl Ute paintings bj 1Q ran Huysen in the museum alaiij Hague was recently injured but rst Iti believed that the perpetrator was neither vandal nor thief The picture represents a basket ot rfruit onwh1ck a number of insects havicathered On a pale yellow Ap pfe which is the centerpiece In the iotrue4 2ethe gallery that the canvas waB injured by some one Vho endeavored jlo shto1 It and brought his cane or ife eyLOSletter recording the fact for h the work had rJjl tosufrora Wanted Epitaph to Endure Edmbnfld poncourt the French 1aoveIIt admitted that he worked withaareyVH6 his epitaph and he titinStiit the epitaph to endure for a licltini He records in his Journall SJHit the thought that the world malpertbmay not last forever Is whfchoccaslonally fills my mind with 1IS Lc I should be defrauded the I tdestructionWritten only In the hope of eternal lame A reputation lasting 10000 jbOOO even 100000 years Would be hayefttMtakJrilder these conditions it would have been better to lounge aisnlessltt J j ithrifmgh life dreaming and sinoklnc iirUme away 4f1 A Terrible Creature x tTather said tie small boy Is there any animal more terrible Jhan allonr Yw mrson a cow If she isnt I kicking you in the nepk or pursuinljreu over the pasture to hook you 45je 8 trying to send germs around i our house in the milk it Ianl Up Your ft It Gas Sourness Dizzi- ess i Headache and Bad J prcamsWiU Go 4 r1f yu really want a clean sweet 51 Pure stoniacb free from gas sourness Jmd distress go to Haydon wiljeft j today andgetaSOcentboxof MIONA Stomach Tablets toSdirections and if at the end ofa Week you are notBrighter stronger and more a vigorous just say so and getyour mon ey back For aviness after eating eruct tioo1i artburn and that distressed feel rln JII dNA Stomach Tablets wih give relief In five minutes Larf kex of Miona stomach Tab itiM iMBts at Haydon Willett and 9 JI 8IwI 7t r T u J 1 LjE NEmS LE J tiij COUNTY u t ii DUT1ONAILtOhUMN j Edited 1J Miss Emma Nunan x aNotes intepded for this column should be sent direct to the editor who should receive themnot later thau Monday morning Saturday preferred as they arehsent to the Office as early asinjossible oirMQndayacThe schools of Division No8 report a larger attendance and jreaier interest manifested by parents than ever before known sothe enrollment pupils from families who did not believe in- ucatiOn heretforeb pondedoWilliams and Miss Nora Bakers teachers of Willisburg to meet at sctheiraalSchool Improvement League- After an excellent address by Mr V W Johnson of MercerI county the League was organ ized Mrs W W Hyatt elected fluresidentSecretary and Treasurer and eariOusd They save an ice creanj supper on Friday evening the 8th inst It is good to know that the School Improyeraent League is t a dream but a real live or ganization as is manifested by th metlbe first organized Ware ex heP are anxiously awaiting like reports from other districts for we aeenthusiasm of the teachers and pmtrons of the county is not iin MoWnUamsMiss their school are surely to be con gratulatedSThe County Board of Educa ion is composed of the follow g members all reelected except E P Dedmab who was chosen ir traa of Mr W J Fowler J bThKeltyNottnNo2 E Po Dedman NOB Joseph Burkfaead No4 S W Arnold No 5 J R Durham No 6 The Board will meet the firstt Saturday in each month instead of the second as heretofore New up to date school houses are now complete at valley Hill nd Rockbridge The Cecilvtlle school ls being replastered the old fashioned desks and black boards xhaye been replaced by new atFrederickstown and other schools in the county and a well jis being dug at Pottsyille The County Board has full control of the building repairing etc of Ithe county f course they can only do tbat which is most need d each year s they must also maintain a County High School It will be some years before the schools of Washington county will ach- Qurtdeal in beauty and comfort jif we depend upon this source alone Bylhe organization olif lLeagues local taxation or sub scriptiouj each district can mal- iimrs e the ideal building in the county If you will do this how jmuch more precious your schoo l would be to vou than when some one else sees to it for you You would then then take as much interestt ip your school house as you now do in the building if your tobalco or stock barn A comfortable ttractiye well equipped house and a competentt enthusiastic teacher is worth ten thousand codes of compulsory llaws What live sensitive ac live boy will wigglefor six long hours On a bench made of board with rocks piled up for legs in a crowded ill ventilated room when the birds the book all nature is luring bim out into the open Make your houses comfortable and attractive and yjou will need no compulsory leepsbIscbt o follow the example of many anothesend him for peace sake Do not wait for some one else nor hesitate because others givethatGiverof toll goods The Texas Ciraded School opened on the jith with Mr Soggess as principal and Mrs Iris Kim erlin a competent and enthusiastic assistant St Catherines Academy qpgn t1ofJ again going orer the one bun dred mark Each deparlmet- sb at its head as usual an able teacher who has made that her lIife work Prof G W Colvfjb retUrned fromTaylorsvilie Friday where he had conducted an Institute He was elected to conduct that oft Spencer and McGoffin counties again next vear He canceled Ilis engagement with the Super te cent of Adaic county on count of the opening of jschoul the llth Messrs Lynn Bush and J McWiJliama were granted State Certificates in the August exam ih j 1St lfor oys opened the llth insit The number of the enrollmenttis not known Rev S A Gavin the ub prior has charge of the hool again this year Surely t the boys of the Parish will take advantage of this opportu nity The Springfield Graded School opened the 11th with an enroll ent of 375 The school promises to be better this year than ver before Prof Colvin is irincipat with the same assis tants in each department as last year except Mr Lynn Bush who will not teach The familiar figure of Mr Coyle the faithful jjanitorsince the school was built is greatly ised He resigned op account off inability and Mr L Borders as his place A house for the new janitor is now being built The parents and all interested re invited to Visit tbq school at any time jyft Attach Like Tfaers In fighting to keep the blood pure the white corpuscles attack disease germs like tigers But often germs multiply shfast the little figblersar overcome The see pimples boils eczema saltrheum and sores multiply and strength and appetite fall This condition demands Electric Bitters regn late stomach liver and kidneys apd to expel poisons from the lori They are the best blood purifier writes O TBudalindf Tracy Calif I hayefever found They make richred plood strong nes anti build up ydur jbealth Try bem 50c at Haydon Robertsons PUBUCSLE OFi LAND Tne undersigned children andI diviseesofR C Hagan deceased I will on I- Septeiber 202 1911 at his late residence one mile south of Fairfield IIty offer for sale to the highest bidder the form owned by the said R C Hagan at the time 6f bis dgath containing about 20p acres which will be surveyed anjd the platex bibited on the day jof sale This farm is splendidly located I on a good public rOad conveni ent to churches ana schools has on it a splendid eight room resi dence all nepessary outbuild- ingsl well watered has on iit springs cistern wfell and tour ponds has a good orchard and about 30 acres in timber This farm is in a high state of cultivation and has about 125 acres ini grass The buildings and fencing on this jfarm reall in good condition iPersons d sir ngto p rqhase a good arm will find it to their interest to call andl examine this place before the day of sale and Mr Francis A Hagau will show the farm to any person desiring to examine it Terms ohale+The landwiU be sold in three equul paynients onethird of the purchase money due Jan 1st 1912 for which the purchaser will be required to execute note with approved per sonal security dneihird due on Jan 1st 1913 an l the remaining one third due Jan 1st 1914 All of said purchas money to bear interest from the day of sale the iat ret on the Jast two dfeferred payments to be due and payable annually on th4 1st day of Janu ary 11B and Jan 1st 1914 FRANcis A HAGAN MARY ELLFN HAGAN MARY LouIsE M GILL + Insurence and Realestate Agency Fire Life and AcciI dent Good companiesi good rates List your property no sale no cost J W Christisan ARentj i Fir Grounds SoldOld Saturday theold fafr grounds property located on Jacksons Lane about onehalf mile from town was sold Jlby he Central Kentucky Real Estate Company o T M Bates fdr 4BOO Only a fair sized crowdwas present and not much interest was taken iin tile sale It is said that steps h ave already beeu taken to in ducarMrEstes to use the grounds forthf purpose of holding each year a county fair The grdunds are admirably adapted for the purpose and it is to be hoped that the gentlemen having this matter in hand will succeed in the undertaking In order to close up t4bpart nership the noted pacer William 0 owned jointly by Charles Richard and A P Carter deceased was o1datil pnjcbesed by Mrs Luella and Jose b Car t elerprise Valuable Birds SfwAn exchange says After the quail 1ia been alrnostex7M terminated the scientisttell us that each quail Is wrth its weig t in gold to evey ftlrm liromSepteJDbef r to April 1 each bob white eats 26Q pounds- of weed seeds From April to September it lives upon insects as welf as seecls and industrious ly consumes the most active crop pests infthis 6ountry suchi aj clinch bugs cotton worm wheat weeyjli cucumber andS Iparn beet li potato bugs cut worms and grasshoppers One stomach hen examined ion- tained morethan 100 grasshoppers The ise farmer will proI tect the quailand give them the run of the farm Catarrli Sufferers IIf You Dbnt pow About Hyomerjjljry It at Iaydonm Wllfttfi Risk 1 Nearly evfyreader of the News Leader has rUd about HYOMEI but many of thntcontinue to suffer from catarrh just bcaUgethey do not understand just what HYOMEI w To there stiferers Haydon Willett say ypu dorthave to know anything gitor opium or tiny harmful drUgwYou can find out all about Hyomei without taking any chances whatever Just get an outfit today reac the sim pie instructions give it a fair trial and if yon are not willing to say that it is thebest remedy for catarrh you have ever used Haydon Willett will gladly nreturnA complete Hyomei outfit costs but 8100 Extra bottles 50 cents A Chestnut Story A certain preacher was hold jug l rth bafore a somewhat wearied congregation when he beheld in the gallery a youngster who was peltingthe people be low with chestnuts The minis ter was about to administer a sharp and stringent reprimandi for this flagrant act of impiety or disrespect but the youth an ticipating tBTs bawled out at the top of his voice You attend to your preaching and Ill keep em awake1Ex eSA young man took his sweet heart to a ball bbe wore berj party dress As they began to dance he nbtlced what he thought tjhcame easily and during the re matnder of the dance having started to wind up that raveling IJendI IJ l finjshed winding Tne nekt morning the girl j said to her mother mother hMa l wt an awful funny thing happened last night Xotfknow- T wenti to Itiat danze Tlfrtll when Ijgot home and got ready for bed I found that my union suit had disappeareclSatui day Ivening Post OASTORIAJI Jer Imfamti ami Ckilirw- c1JMJEUYiiilifiAlvqlN It Bears the 2fSignature of e 1 GEN BtlCKNER The Sage of Glen Lily Will Support McCreary For Governor And now comes the pleasine news to Democrats that Gen S imo Bolivar Buctiner the Sage 6f Glen Lily and former Governor of Kentucky had de tormined to cast his lot with the Democrats this year and will support McCreuy and the State ticket Gen Buckner has not affiliated with the Democratic party since 1896 when he was the candidate for Vice President on the Sound Money Demo cratic ticket Since then he has Relpublicasupporter of Augustus E Will soil at the last gubernatorial ection The returnof Gov Buckner to the paity with which he was connected for so fpng is v De4cratshothat the independent and con elements will support cCreary and the rest of the State nomineesron the rooster ticket Gen Buckner is coming to Louisville to attend the State Fair and on this visit Qe will no doubt leap how delighted hit old frionds are on his return to the foldLouisville Tithes Accused of Stealing E E Chamberlain of Clinton Me boldly accused BUcklens Arnic alve of stealiug be ating from burns or scalds the pain from sores of alll kjndsthedistress from boils or piles ftlt robs cuts corns bruise sprains and injuries of tneir teVrpr1 be savs as p healing remed its qual dont exist quId 26c at Haydon Robertsons Is Claimed by the Reaper i Mrs Eliza W Lewis aged 85 years mother of Edgar C Lewis the well known BradfordsvilleI erchant diedat Owensboro last Thursday even iing Death was due tp a coin plication of troubles resulting from a stroke of paralysis which she sustained some time ago The funeral services were held Sat urday morning and tne inter ment was in the private burying round at tim old homestead at U Other tban her son ho resides at Bradfordsville Mrs Lewis is survived by two sons and two daughters Rev James Lewis of Cloverptjrt and Wm Lewis of O ensboro and Mrs Kate Bennet and Mrs Jen iB Galloway of Irvington Lebanon Enterprise r Goes To Penitentiary Campbellsville Ky Sept 9 The juryln tha case ot H Aj Bagby charged with the murder of Vernon Coffey jailer of Green county in December 1909 brought in a verdict of guilty this morning and fixed his pun iishment at twentyone yeara in the penitentiary Lexington Trots Ont of the greatest attractions of the great Pall meeting of thei Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed us Association will be the three attempts that Uhlan the worlds champion trotter ib to make dur ing the Trots at Lexington Oct 314 He will start to beat bis record of 158 to sulky the record of 200 flat to wagon held jointly by he and Lou Dillon and thd half mile recSrd to wa gon of 56+ held by himself Both of these wagon records were established by him at Oleve and this year and he also reduced the worlds trotting record over a half mile track tq 2025I from 205i where he placed it last year Undor favorable con ditions he has aBpldndtd chance of beating his great records that he has himself established I j Waterspout Damages CampbellsviUe Ky Sopt9 The southern portion of Tay lor county was visited by a sqlc wateriBjpCmt at S oclock thjs awjIencyule and NashviUe Railrda itracks in ev6ral paces C I4fti Lawrenceburg Kv Sept 9 QbaitnianlCommittee of Anderson county today received 7t telegram from Speaker Champ Ciark in which Mr Clark announces the fact th tbe will deliver a speech here September 20 Mr Clark was boro arid reared here Great preparationsi are bejng made for crowds ment and ever one hisentrtairJ city is expected to participate in the baroecue d Work Will Soon COmmeRce Ob Public Building Here if t eaAhttCivicAugaOthfrom v irF Johnson nveys the good news that work will soOn on the public building in Leba non Tim bids for Tbuilding ththerJEtoiembid of44603will w Jl1a few corrections as to concrete pave ments screensetc be accepted l saThe tteshof the bid in whidh to execute bonds then4fee work must ba be hun The bidder lo wliom the t contract will go is Deyol CccJf jj of Canton Ohio Lebanon I al COflueGet More Money s Are you satisfied tha your present ptfsition is equal to tour ability ondo you thjuk you are capable of something bigger Many a man hangs on to a small pdsitdn when a Jittle rainingof the right sort would shoW himi just how to make the chance to more money and brighter rsbpects rhe first tep towai rd getting better equipped atida t better position is to write for ato hcatalogueofir cal Business College kashvilleY Tenn or Paducan Ky or Evans Gyulei Dangerously InjurdLiil Danyille KvAhorsedrivi in by Briscue White boo keeper the Peoples Bank of Porrvvii took fright weL of town and ria off Mr White was thrcifQut and dangerously injured I was removed to the hOme of hisI 1 parents Mr and Mrs Charles C White at Perryville HAIR THAT FASCINATES Who wants Lustrous Ha jrju Fullof Life and Beauty Start now madam September it is just the month to begin to b quire a glorious head of hair oftwhich yuu Will eJustly proud during the social events of win ter tithe rifSagaf ri o beauty Sage i ihathe most delightful preparation that destroy tthe daudrqff germs and by co doing repaoyes in a gr ifa1nnij y and lifeless bairrDandrufi germs are obslruct tionist they prevent tile hair from receiving its proper nourishment by oaver ously de devouring the same nourishment Tae Parisian Sage for one week teahdDmenttees Iit bO cents a bottloj a thSh Clty Ill coughed and coughed trHetiofJ Dsumptioneiimate and started home Hearing lrpf Dr Kings New Discovery he bc plifer i man cutoffs that Xcan noirflo p good workjagaln Fortall luBgr lien cases dbajjht colds lagrlpp asthma cnJtip Kpoptnc cough hay fcyer sytluemotrbais rf Its the best 1 pwlir9m lPrIe 5Oa nit LOQTttal bOti1c 1rce Guarauteed byHaydon RoI1Aa rtson LiSjf99AIEAAJ i f 11Sj J BAKINGObEI The ohIy BakIngPw Md NOALUM O11i1 i1i IlATI Held Over Without Bond I The examining trial of Beoi Robinson chargedwith the mur r of Squire Manson Isaacs was held Friday before jPulfoe Judge Thomas Osrngto the ro ui inence of the dead magis trateavlaTge crowd from the stern etid of the county was Jn endane On account of the sickness of County Attorney H QMcElroy the Commonwealth MeeElroy andAttorney Ben Scald ing appeared for the defense The first witness intrciduced byj e prosecution was Mrs Gertie t Isaacs wire of the dead agirate wha testitied that sna sat home the day her husband was shot Mrs Isaacs id she heard the hand saw r hun8baud Vta ring that e wrjW bimnl Mked what was tLe maersijiaId ii 2 was shoSd7Iio sho- t ni UiiIIIRobinonMi IsWi4ii47taski ie r lo pray for him asfte belieyed had been fatally wounded Mrs Isaacs also testified tbatI when she reached hr bu baad kJodeitberinbis son The next wjtnets was Charles Ramsey a 17 year old boy who worked for Mr Isaac and who was an eye witness to the difficnljty7 Young Ramsey testified that after Mr Irtacs had entered the gate leading to s residency he met Ben Robin s6n who said he wanted to taJ k him aboQthislIo lfr his corn field and destroying l Robinsons corr Mr Isaacs said be wp ld ay for tim dan ape ifJit was done by hut hoffsv ti Qgout of his baggy he adrI vancedin the direction off 4ob in son acid toldhimtoget off t splaceWh n bet got within fo ursar five ffeetof llJobinson ttrif lattet sbptj Rarnsey said 1tb Ida 1AfonnorJ Other Commonwealth witnOsi I hat testified at tte trial iwere JirsCettie GodWyi iMr Bua Bailyr Henley Isaacs and Pr R McChptd At the conclusion of the testimony for the prOM cutioatbe defenser declined to jinj troduce ny witnesaes and thV prisoner cts held without1 bondI to await the action of thrrandj 1l Lebaripn Enterprisei Thirty Years Toielp Thirty years of aBSOcJafiont Inlc off How the merit bfir good thing1 r stands out in that tliaeop the worth ssnes of a badone So theres po guesswork in this eyldqnce d4xTho9 Aflss Coficord1EIc Who Writes Ii eoveryrOrt ugh and cold cure I ever lu edj nce it finds entrance in a hoi ie you r1t pray it out Many families ve used it forty Vearsi Is t most lufalllble throat and lunj me d j cine a led LinsyJOO TrIal bottle freji Giia taiefd HaydQn s Robertson I sThreeFriday Sept li betnlth1J1 day chosen by the Dei Committee for candidatW t KL l the race for epreMfr JW Purdy1 t IL- ndJ n i RGlasedock qualfledfG- e primary tO be heJ4ptp er lUilu by p yiDj their ance I Tee of ilOQ the rfotftfr hls office iA now made uprTfi emceratlc Op iisitWe tM JJAJ tIit Jday Ifortails J thcer were cho W to be erecUundnclt the ti Ii- rsclucW In thef caunLiibio- nEtiterprie It I- jFOUALE1 flew J ttBLcry i e4 DrMo Ke lif 11Ittapd oo nl iii UeQiti j ny6fheI L f ttlbtit I pIT M- fti 4I jofta Jfyerr gre t cri iUbKet ill Tk ofthetprfiaprjvinl Mt oc Wsiith if1saybrfe ela iirelytWd MM ot tb- brderI ICtcb the caUl piuch ili K COnit7tWdaraoicrlt izii n l WoMruJjI- hheiin nfptoliy siiaoei th Tiko jp arm of tbje law otiMc ibak that lfoOe oel1OL ite1 Iis hi- mliickjb Thi wii it eto tfa old ardwibOrgsaiwL Corn c tu1ssmteckyhe this frerjj neoeMy lw is otobutoeraWatall it hb9li4 sot- elopglo blifccfyiUuiiiM The jnanj wiihi suchcbtily aDel mur ercuA lin tiftcl bi iijboitld Det ma p toJr coibiM jro tW aw rn nt 0rfthy is M MHp Ut to- psuhent Jhepaw thatwlltpi ia 4 4 Mrt ia w it tbe srisThthcraie aIss sociMy ear44ip WQ 1bQt po- auStIkuLUisrMitisJ ol iucitj WM salec acgrdiNgly I il v- nathImhoarIborpt4ot of beinfcajDaHQjffr ar xI- I optl1f illr r- Ion crt r The yJlfaocoaBfs of reiiIts T rqutiiars1 a iefv7noticahie qilitu tho- crtlItm Oou t It pM sot do u anj jfood ai hojne W abro j Ifc k a draw bk o itis foa- ltnS 9ppa thacbs ota1t rnntdMi ashT 4iIt bt wbtbL JIMn ofk t I UbI f r olOoa wsi- Jktuiit bai1mhstvqiitsp4Iaj t aif t rsdy4i11J n be it4bttwhite it lt 18 t IIi Ns- it1UifI1r sst raaag s r it rJ t ql1 4s- 1iutoamejo I L Fm tIMiII+ IISS1 i ifYiO5be 01- uI It OifJt Keafhsa1a r x overl I tJ1 bI 1tfft flr eras ad ip hiciyilisi s dAi 8 ofh bj Etbrifig eoeu8- W57SIe sI 011k1ri we ie- etab Zi5jo ee iIdclRWit Ist ill tlivIssbiat TOiIr pr InteM i hSallttItssrn-b L t caurt wiH be rsIo- Ethil M1y aaii t i a 4si01rdps s rei411- D vsataas ithas Tv1 t- 4101Ds Jle1q4T ba 1hashL1db 4 oiwfll be ivs- ai5M cxiior 4 Ella H Bodioe fdW ffMk v r lit PlWSlIADfR s WtmOPIIILC KY s Ib r iy V JAWIrL WE Pb1ihersIf Bdtfeori rJia r it fltiAY5 SEP jf SenatorI t I DMMcratic tF tjjrfttci Statw i w X JAMES JIC J GVflO1S 55JL5Js xeCRIJewt n BtGovernor TDAJtDTJ McDERMOTT AttorneyGeneral lIiJAMES S GAKNETT Ear Auditor 1WJXYEOSWORTII bN TreurerSS i woitASG RHEA i4 7eeretaryofStte c 1 CIUCELUJSsp FIS4 ef Public InstructionSAXKIDALE HAMLETtT Sroe CowaiMioD of Agriculture spSt erjClerk of Court of Appeals f JtOlERf 1 GREENE 5rRMkod onunissioner- r VVFXSAIR For State Senator chtDE G SANDERS For biemtativejWashingtOn Co 4 JOWNA4POLINfa r 54I Now thatthe sensational trial of lleary Clay eattto is over aid BcBlab Blhford j the womau th 1bacui hrs acquired con Iirblenote ot the notorious klad the next expected ih such jS caMi bu happened she is con r atdcfiaf offers to go on the stage aa i alrtadVaheinay be seen in tne lima of our moving picture retapOMtiUa for bringmgthe stage 5IIIs into bad repute and its con Sditio caanotbe hoped to be imt proved nntl society IrowW Mwm such production and sucli Vi ebaracters and let our stagef Sasers know that ocietyot the dent part of ftIB above auch productions and will not 4ptronlze them Yet we know that they will be patronized by irth a whotake a front rank m society It is a shame on the ace that so many seem to k prefer inSvJt ia tp be deplored that from j the aame stage where has stood cFao charactera of the Evelyn Thaw arid Bueiah Binford type wit be heard by large audiences Letf the war against such goon STT letlifi pfbduce something that la ennobling lD8teadotde1 grad1g Prof Thos V Williams has pS Department of Central Univer ty to succeed ProfA rslol f Tbrockmorton Who accepts a X chair in Bloomington Indiana uateraltyi Hon 011e James made his 4 J op inltpechf the campaign ajtOwlUgsville Monday He de Jlvered a very forcible speech dealing prmcipallyVith National Issuesherupttbttand t bj covered with asvbes Many Villages have been Abandoned and htradredYarewitbout shelter I ftoJ The3prankhn Banks qt Louis lMondaytItsWarlorganized in 1907 It is L Ls1iitwIIl open its doors again q iia few 3 ay s if i wrollingoverthetky River It is 318 feet above the riverbed Thirty Years Together Tblxtj years of associationthink of It How the merit of a good tbln studs out in that Umeor the worth i f 1e aeaft a bad one So theres no pWMwork in this eyidence of Thos 1 r ArJ s ConcOrd Jlcbtt iwho yritea J have used Dr Dlrifcif New plscoverj lor thlity years and its the best cfdwtb and cold cure ever used Owce it finds entrance in a home YOU t cant pray it out itany families vV iJv used it forty years Its t dtSciJae ea earth Tnequaled for la iif ipIS1100 TrlaU ttle treeo Guaranteed y HatpSTfc Robertson f i1 Jiilliboro k5 t l As14 was absent from your i vcoiisan last weete I will try and tbewltji ystbis week v jamllyItttmtitDlainc ice Mr 11 Ol ft IS f Xw ZrMesDerriei sii it HT SIil Y thJI9f i r s r D Derringer nearr trnrttI t Mr 4ohnie Jenkins arid faitilyjt I1SI In Torn Bk McGregorRe- publican Candidate ForcI Attorney fieneral I v f will SpeaK at the CourtHouse in Springfield oflYlPf EMBER 15 I t IAt 1 oclock pm L Everybody Invited To Attend v ent Friday with Mr J M hields and family at this place Mr J D Sutherland and wire ent Saturday and Sunday with ber father Mr Cammick and family of Sparrow Mrs Perry Ruby and son Mrs George Sbiblds add two ildren of IIli Mr Bert Shields of near Chaplin spent fromSat day until Monday with the milyofMr J M Shields of this place T Mr Jarsh Hale and family spthentSundayMrs Colman SettlessiMrs Catharine Tatum and granddaughter spent Frfday and Saturday with Mr J M Shields 3 and family Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent la thstMrs Erastus Perkins she WAS Accompanied by her neice liltie ThBlmer E6 lJcins where she fspent from Tuesday until Friday SSr lJSatn Beddicks and twtr triIenofnearntSatnrdyandSnnday with hlss9iisG Reddicks and family Mr1 J M Montgomery an- milyfa Mrs Sallie TerrIll spar it Sunday With Mr J Me Shields and family Mr and Mrs Ed Hknby ttere Springfield Saturday on bus ness Mr Glarance Deaiinger and rt Cousintended meeting at Thompson ville Monday tight Mr and Mrs Erstuserkii spent Thursday night with her father att this5pIe CMischildren are spending severall weeks with her father at this lace UItj Heres Some Important Ne wl for Men jinglPeople who have taken outword fal it that Parisian Sage is the real h air- rowerbeautifler and dandruff cur ave never been disappointed Here a the word of a person who took ou word I have been using Parisian Sage bout a year When I began using i I had only a Ughtfuzz on my head Now I have a good thick growthsand Iit is growing thicker and longer right a 45longcan be done but J know ftom my own experience with Parisian Sage that itt cen I call recommeud it in the fullestt onfidenceGainse Brown 708 North Fillmore St Maryville Ho The above etatement was made to D r D Koch of the Koch Pharmacy Maryvllle Mo April 29 1911 Large bottle 50 cents at Haydon Willetts and druggists everywhere Fair View The meeting is now in prog ress at New Hope church Rev Hamilton is assisted by Purdom VSit1edStevenson We are glad to re port Mr J E Stevenson wha has beeq ilL better daughItered church Jr atNew Hope Sunday Mr C C Woford wife and littledaughter visited Mrs Woo fords parents Mr and Mrs FI Mt Carney Saturday night bave Hays is at home with his parents Mr and Mrs J W iHaysl Mr Qlus Hamilton andUwife were In Madcville Saturday and and Sunday C wJJ oar n ey wuChap in Sunday fterndon 6 7 f L ttt1M wQrldtOcllkl anTMathulkaaTways1eeepd t iometh6 King of all iaxatlye8rl r Dings New Life Fijll allljlsfamily J ndl eiitlon atHaY Commissioners 4Ie Washington ClrcuitCourt Ky Dorcas McMillan et al lff EquityLuliaHahn By virtue of Judgment nd order CircuitCourt1911 in the above styled cause i shall premisinAntioch church 3 miles northf Sharps villq Ky oniSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1911 thehigbesttion yeartoliowingd Tract No A certain tract of land ChaplirverRi sj pghtthe Anthony Wells farm containing 1lt storyframeou thuildingsttractlies just across e road from Tract NQ and contains bacresThe above lands include about 40 acres of good timbered land red and white oak well adapted to the growth of burley tobacco and are located near Antioch church about 14 mile from turnpike running from Tatham Springs Kirkland and close school Isactsd then as a whole the bid or bids producing most money to be accepted For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved Security or bearingjJlj effectImeauI THROAT STOPS TIE M other of Young Bridegroom Gets Her Affidavit rUed Just In Time to Stop Wedding- S Lexington Ky After saying par of the ceremony that was fo make harles Stanford end Mrs Ida Bryant man and wife Squiro Abper Oldbam topped to clear his thrQat just be f rep atlng the words 11 now pronounce you man and v Ie This throat clearing on the part of the squire saved Stanford i2 but lost him a wife Before the ceremony could completed a deputy clerk rushed nto Oldhams office exclaiming Hold on squire dont do that The clerk then xplalned that a notice flied with the cotunty clerk by Stanfords mother gave hIs age at j ID years and served warplngagalnst j the Issuing ot a marriage license to him This warnlng had been issued Stanford got his 2 back for thei licensel ifl ChickensI Brown a Windsor preacher awoke early the other day tq find that two of hIk chickens had changed color One hall tuned red the other blue A naturally white rooster made the trio ot nation- colors complete The clergyman wondering whether his eyesight was out of gearI asked neighbors to look at the chickens Youre all right said the friends alnttpainttwaa preacher complained to thepqUce He thinks ralschtovotw boys did the work CASTE A BAHRIER IN INDIA Snobbery Sifted Into Fanatical Rellg lout Faith Pale Description of Social Conditions first of all caste la a question of birth and there is no entJry except by birth A worker In a c0al mine may become a part owner thereof and his jkuhtcr marry a peerind his grand ion become a peer of n land No millions will enable the tow caste HiD du to marry Into a Brahman family or even to touch the hand or throw hi InindiaUt a man Is excommunicated by his cute fellowsIn India Jio one of the caste will eat with him accept water irom his hands or marry him On is wife wlllnot touch him or speak with him He Is dead to Ws faftlly The barber even will pot shave him or cut his hair or his toe nails A Brahman clerk has been known to distribute legal documents by throwing them down at the end ot the village street In which live his low caste brethren Letter carriers have been known to refuse to enter the houses of be to permit themselves to come Jnto personal contact with those of lower status than thom selvesSJf one coyld plcturcj to oneself so cial snobbery lifted Into a fanatical r Ugloul faith It wouli be a pale d scrlptloh of the Iron jsubdlvlslons of caste In India There U no p tzlotism ntr1thusdlvfctejUdUtD fCauliflower FfatUrt BoV and boll the cul1flowor1ntet- esdal way then separate into flow ersDlpeach piece Iritrt aitfiin batter plunge Into boiling fat and try a delicate brown Serv very bot cn a maybevIfljn4 nil then jfrjed Smlthson think we ought to dt something to honor his memory Jackson Thats a good idea Hi wasnt much accuxtfbuthO had r corking fine meroory Art Exaggeration Mrs R R Thoroas the clay ishorse Nemesis won at Gravesend w congratulated onjjthe brilliant success iher racing stable When one wins Mrs Thomas an w rid ones llosses are forgotten manyiUtdtroubles The general Idea of a racing stably th ofeand Joy Ms very iVrong It is as aggerated ts the foreigners descrlp Uon of our mammoth hotels This man said ofou hotels In America everything is on f Grand scale whey have gigantic tbuildings of Incttediblo splendor Uved In New tOt in a hotel ofsucb toVossal proportions thai hen I ran Uie bell Thursday evening the waltai would come to mjproooi Monday more lng 4Ohthe MItI toe Bough The village amateur operatic com etanTr rmance IJIn jii islcal play wrltteo OfoundBough As a vocalist the heroine ot success IIn addition she ha III he cjtfifottut rfrvn playfully hiding In Ue ancient emIt chest kindly li y the local grower to hear the t down with a llck The lid ofrour box Is llocked whispered the a armed stage mannga olthe grocer ho was In the frIi4qati She aint agq1ng to slug no ictII she was tho Cautious Inquiry Her spirit aijuears In the icxt ttc and sings twice said the mauager phc Jt 1 ccpo the reply Th sVm frgoln to hjqe the key rH PROFIT IN ISTEMATIC TARVT LIght Scratchlrlof CareleaaQreedlng Qu t C stlyJ lInolsIdid otlsystfouri myseltMythe surface a b it and cultivated lit tie generallyjjgot pretty fair crops taldngone season with another But I finally began jtb notice that even It my land r e rich some of my neigh tl ral1Jnrthejaln cated right iinJrny own person and I came tor and Oegnn to attend the in stitutes and Tad farm papers and actually tried to learn something ftbout real fa mlng I have a great d uif to learn yt but I have fdund out name things One Is tha carejess breeding of live stock IS costly proceeding K came hard fci instance to pay 125 apiece for three thoroughbred cowsI and then pay 315 for the services of a bull But hen the tlmo came to sell yearold iTves I found out how those Investment paid I sold a bull calf for l5t jdnd two heifers for 90 each Ute first year and three years later I had wi herd of nine animals that were wonh In fact they paid me mort than that In the long run That isson In good breeding helped me td jsee things right Then I leaned tbqt a bunch of sheep neglmed half fed poorly housed in w iter with no system as tot breeding Iwas a poor Investment My father gave mo a Hock of tot when I farm and after three years reasd only to six teen neglect Then when I began startlstartlto and take notice sent the l to market and bought Shropshire ewe and a twoyearold rain and them This flock paid me ovex 100 per cent In three years and sbI was taught another lesson A dog nd a Rum In a vacnnt lot at the corner of Eleventh andrjirlmer streets was an old white d ff that wasnt well crawled eve near a billboard and HoJdown Lofd people saw him nobody petit ftny attention to him til a tramp Ahlookincr fellow came along He vhs Hard Times per Boiulifd 14wnt over and petted the dog jji Whats tile matter old boi he asked Sikti The dogtmed to apprediate thoI uncouth ors attentions The man petted him little more Walt Ill gryou a drink hp said He went oa saloon near by and returned wltpa tin basin full of aIter The dps lapped up some of JboI water and Urn man poured the rest on the animals head In a couple otI mlnute3tnofp the dog arose and slowI ly walked avay wagging luIs tall He was much better JURt an olp dogjust an old bum Uits tUenver Times iSr OHO KNA8E j I r 1 1 LT iJ WI Clever Lltttfl Second Baseman With the Philadelphia Nationals Was Been of Great Assistance to Mana lIer Charjlbs This Vear NEVER FORGOT HIS START Chick Fraeer Veteran Pitcher Tell of Early CareerTook treat Care of rmI FRASERGopyrlght BowlettItthatscarcely butIj got my startIthadnot pitchuingbasebtIl mappedan pert accountant At that ChicagoBoysleagupI strongbutbrggertheteama ngaifcst them In strength so deter mined to beat them some way and I sat down and studied tho work of ev theNatillnalevery a famous little pitcher worked and saw how he did mywnahlbIbracedInthea chance to pitch I told him I could pitchbetter than any pitcher he had an ci Iededi I yetertstchingaVIzeSthingstorgood care andsecond s ontudyingI not want to place myself In the position of Criticising young players who are coming into the game but It seems to me that half of those I have seen tried and een sent back as taU failed t 07houghtthey got Into the big leagues and stop ped progressing just at the time they ought to have been working hardest- to learn more I jumped from the Boys League Into ffast company and soon was known as a smart pitcher They called mo smart chiefly because I studied and worked bard and was wHling to learn anything anyone would show me The careof my arm and body waa always first In my mind I worked as hard as anyone bpt never neglected Itlhe salary arm Mostly I used light massage never a hard one and light vibrations Then too I pitched In heavy flannels and guarded the arm and shoulder from colds When Iwanned aJIwarm bo 1lore sitting on the bench and In that way avolded catching cold or having the arm stiffen iip on me Having made the start successfully I worked harder than ever and when my arm finally began to weaken a bit Studied out a new system of slaate end used tbat I adopted everything 1 I j tII Chilies fChlck Prater nej that came Into the game and ap plied It to my style of pitching I think this constant study of the game and constant care at the arm added many years to my active service ATTACK RACING IN MARYLAND Saltlmore Presbyterian Synod mands Legislation Prohibiting Bookmaklng at Tracks Legislation prohibiting bookniakli at race tracks In Maryland lIs demhaat ed In a resolution adopted lllmously by the Baltimore Presbyterian synod At Its annual meeting the oth day fhe synod Is made upof clec Wen 0f that denomination In Mat 3rj land iowl the District of Cbl The legislature Is also called upon to tnact Q law making Illegal the pi lication of betting odds In Advance of the raceo by the newspapora of tho1 state No lilstaUfO action can ha hiha however Jor mOIethan a year as Maryland general assembly does ieet et until January 191V Tappt Thor Scotch Reclp6 fnireeQuarters pound of choasa four eggs two ounces of butter tourI slices of bread cayenne salt melt e1 cheeso with half the butter and son seasoning in a stew pan Make tour slices of toast cut off the crusts and butter them Poach tap eggs as neat IJy and evenly as possible pour over the ttoast the cheeso then on each slice lay an egg putting a tiny piece of butter and a dust of cayenne andI salt oyer edch Serve very hot suf ficient tom four persons i it Use for Coffee Cans Many people use the tin cans whrch coffee comes In for holding other artii dOe To save time In lloosening the tops buy some of the knob handles which aro used on kettle covers and crew theta into tho center of tho ca Ieottr For Gaping iit75 I Home Is a simple but excellent rtnVrf tMyi tidy condition which It Is bard to avoid after the skirt has become stretched from sitting in It Before sowing on the hook place underneath itSI aa wide as the hook itself Sew se surely and then stretch the type over w the neit seam and tack fiat bainig careful to have the tape jjust the same length AS the spaco of the skirt b a tweep the seam and the back opening When the skirt ia closed It will ttJT finj np1 hoot +7 + 1 i J 1I5LLt1l4fl4 i MAMMOTiVES1 For The Home Circle and Privjte IaIjtiIti W lI I 75II j 4 s a 10JJ = RECOGNIZED THE REAL tHING Society Lady at Last Realized Thait She Had Come to a Place of Punishment A mod 11 lady died and went to hades His majesty met her defeven tlally at the gite Will It be possible for me toE cure an establishment here sIte sIdhCertainly madam liInI think so I dont care to be hen the rlffrntt gflll16ultable II1hereII t fuDearAnd make a spludge at itt 0 certainly T should expect to spend my summers abroad Quite right Retrjn tickets free You have operas Several devoted to the Kaut ton rife lady lifted her lorgnelto Sh smiled slightly Do you know she said I am agreeably surprjne j was afraid this place was not kept up to cOnform ttf the best standards It troubled me t think I might possibly have to tII elate with my Inforlors I am glad jtc to eee that you have such a sense ci the fitness of things am very glad to have renewed apr brief acquaintance 5I made on earth and I will trouble you to see that my Arrival is chroijcled In the society columns of tile papers I His majesty bowed respectively SOrry mrtdam but that will haJ l possible She gazed at him haughtily How is that she asked sternly There are nb papers here Theft ere no society columns No matter IWbat you are doing tho public llti absolute Ignorance of It And sinking back she muttered soft iIt tb hersetroITbJs Is indeed hellP LIto tTHESE WOMEN j 111 Mr Smith Was she in a blaclc e red automobile Mrs SnuittShe was going so Ihjt I didnt notice that But she had on white yacht hat with a blue band a white shirt walsttrimmed in pnk a brown skirt and shenad a bunch of violets pinned at her waist I Ao It Might Have Been Maria said the choleric taper of 0I beautiful daughter Who was that young tool who callod on you last night and stayed until iaidrilgatf t vat to know at once 41tdto knov something Was he a young fohlbs cause he called tiuxmeT a 3rjVhttt he a young fool because me midnight attfiictlve enough to tatt Whttt boor suppose you think that any young man who comes to this housent allift n young fool but why see here INow because there are so man bsve sensIble fathers thatt 3D young man who calls on tn tUugtitcr of an illnaturcd old curmud soon Is a young fool t For goodness akcBut I supposesobI ought tlgurglebo grateful sobjrbecauso you didnt call him a fool to his fact Iror coming to see me I know you spte me boofccohpo bijt But Slarla was talking tto space the tkolerlo fatherhad fled tto the cyeionr cBiiar Sundjiy Magazine of the PiUs Jiurg Dlrpatclv J I r Serving In Tennis iIn serving It Is moat Importantto tIngsentlals Is also necessary If your adversary excels In crosscourt shots serve down the middle lInoD near tho comer as p osslllHt lie has n deadly backhand stroke gIve him balls on his fprehandv and vary your game hut not aIwys ptrivbig forJ hard ball It Is much more important to servo your second ball reasonably hard than to try for a very severe first bell which rarely goes In surf then fearfully servo an ec easy second oqe which fs lnt11J placed out of your reach It you do npt dare serve a hard second ball at least serve a long onetfhlcli Is fairly dlfflcult to handle and In this as in all other departments of the game learn to cover your strokes as far as torIyour your Intentions arerE Willlq Scott In August SU Nicholas ROUND tRIPEROM SPRINGFIELDAnd ReguIarTaHn ii00a m uwn f 1 1B NO I l room dwcl acreioooQ tobaccobarn a t housebarn gooc table stock Per acre 505 e l t b per re b a Hays well and grrtnary No t fro1j opor No 8 acres land Smiles fromtown good new dwelling good barplace well fenced and watered Pride A4000 No 9 205 acres roOnisJ s t tockbamn and large tobacco barn soiije I p J g Ji an s j Pj rn to bacco barn No 104 acres located 6 mla i ednosd4jjpd J JfJ19 OTii1 l 1 admis7Ivv rjDESLRAIItEPRtWERTYI FOR S4LE TMcELRpY WHAKTJON falffruftsoallk Springeldgho1senew PezjcreSO mitefromIpcationJbr locaedtotaccobamn locatedribsto4arnperacrfI fro1jI dwellings cultivrti4nemncrea bherassgodilocatipfcrahome tPgood Ilana12 J W barnThandfencedf sfrornSppngfieId i barn trice 6500 fX milesfromctellingstockfenceSnWWeoO unrgood S irornSpringfieldbarn well fenced and watered price 300 No16 W acre Cmilesfroth Springheld near the convenient to neighborhoodpriceper Sjringfieldgoodsthteof fromSpringfield2J ati fine tobacco farm well wateredSticre 955 IigooddwelllngNo 00 anbamnNoJ 21jil8 acfes located 3f miles South o1 Harm sburg 68 tcres gocbarqIc 224mm acres located be Zjroonioth bbuildinge farm vow all rpr3ia L lown property od cIur mon fame cottage loca 2ted bn Walnut Street small barn goo4 welljan the tlaca Price 2200 Nicetttree rooM cottage located Maih Strefet sniaU stable and cistern onropet Pc050 Js4Il1 Mon mk h i If in need of an ihing m the line oi- Tombstoiie MoMmnt oretyGoodsStL 4 it will pay you tc s cmler five befoa i buin 7 i 1 iti 0tt Localrepre3entative pi MA r Il ii 7 r f i robotiJes rI1cu ed MYjeumatum IiU1UII V irL suftererI for abut tWo years anti have used many 1ipi gents and patent fciedi tines which gave me norelief A Jlady friend of sh4a4itscd I sound relief at once jgot two bottles and they cured me I think t is the best Liniment a perswr can have in the hote I shall always lkeep bottle id my house as toar ag Ican getit1 MRSER WALLACE Mcjrriso is Va fMRS i tr I take leasurc in that bad In yaandlused 4 77J stoAwsS t tIN1I 1T f j rorone week and cured I ecomraed rrhighlyr Sloans Liniment Instajatl jrelijsves tiffnssof the Joiiis5r Throat tSClatIcaand cheaper thatiroui plasters At Alt Druggists rr ctf 23o pOe MMl si4io Sloan Treatloon the ilorje Mni raf DR EARLS SLOAN N MASS- it f f fI v r s DG 1BBETO- ME I4 DENT PNTIT T tTH EXTRATED t IlITHOUTPAIN1 J t jip stair t9 KY cwIOElagJUOCkY All Strictly attiCilfdd urgeon OJHca r toibamllb hojs to 2 pm Offices Drugstor L I J JtLLampton M DI Office hi OIerase e f ctCNi No 3S1t cHcf F i rI WFGRIGIBX t WIATrRNEYPALAW t = ove Peoples Jlank RYS1RflWI1 r jr M w HYATT i OJficei over REid Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 10 80 11 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm JQHNVMAYES coFURALii- ALICEHSED mmI TELEPHONE 4D49aNIQMT74 SPRIHGFIELDJKI t i31 fi ijW F TRUSTY j PRACTICALco r r iENTISrI Q r JOeicCipver Haydon Barber ts iv F 1t Piit1w rk atreasottable ices i it guaranteed j IIi t SPRUGFIEtaD n r1t1 t fl RilrhedL11e4 i Iowing jahQ tiecliedni j ret J1t iiV effect on tUeliairdstown Z and Springfield branch railroad t f Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 48pxp m Bardstown Junction 5215 pm BardStown 6C6 p m p1LNo 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 sun Bardstown 645 a m f I BardHtown Junction 70 am arives at Louisville 820 amt a No 43i Leaves Louisville a 1o J 720 am Bardstown Junction r 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m p Arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No44Leaves Springfield aitco r 100 pm ardstow 220 pmifBdrdstown Innction 410 p mr J ttarrlv sat Louisvl1le 545 p a- SPrllitalld Shade TreesS t StrawberryPfants itt tt L Asparagus Blackberries Rasp J5b r J Roses Rhubard etcl ltrlte4 for tree catalogue We + r avenoagents t J 1f lHilUDmeyer i Son t j TrLexington oy t i 1ittAff I TKererfahould Be No Impassable Quit r When the Course Ishi FinishedpBorne general principles are formu lated by Marlon Talhbt dean of cjmen at Chicago University to securr cooperation for a better understanding Jjetween the three ffctors in education Itor women In the first place It Is the 4uty oi the college Jto strengthen not t to destroy or even fo wetyten the tam Hy tie Every poss ble social and odu- tJ national influence mould be called up en to develop the Ilaating virtues oflIhe iuitiJf relation although many of Us fnziSi i 4 l iJrer pldl disappearing uid5brational Taetkod oiy maintaining thp in t terest of the parels to have the at encouraged or perhaps compelled to formulate some acceptable reason for 1taking a college cfyrge and Incidental t ly to plaii for her future life 1F la oIt CMH ttU patent will ao1 cempmythechlldstaytepjfl5 ym q If pp1 uderand1and instead j rrl pt lMtvl a wide amd al lost impassa oUeIlJtoklied bOth Part andjeud wm tk ii tad ikal although th jjractlvltles i t naayaket different torj the1remaln cloetogether In spirit tu mutual un flndJs flaer truly essential faXor In the r Jie life and on the othj habuLtho 1 17 t lre U will rejoice thsin spltc f JWlBc pdwers tiican lUll be Ji 1L rI4ally1itouch WltbS1e Ita that app tit UlemNorth1I18r1CU r sI1 II L fHH i TOWNLocal ii idHappenings or Interest i Freshest and Ltest8 JII AI1AbsUtYoure1T Friends 1 and AcquaintancesVt Pure Jellico coall at B JX Lakes wJ See the movingpicturei Sh the WalnutStreetTheatre FOE SALE 140 head of stock e wesV B WNeikirk FOR ALE4 coming 4year ol CdW H Leach man Excellentt shows are being produced at the j W lnut Street TheatretV V v FOR SAtGood Jersey cow or Shorthorn cow I EF Doneily B D Lake has a large supply ofconl the best on the market 86 pounds to the bushel CJtisi in readytowears tailored arid untrimmed hats the new things at Mrs Williamsg Mr and Mrs Alex Webb are rejoiceing over the arrival of a fine 10 pound girl Sarab Eunise The sale of C W Hagan on last Saturday was well attended and every thing sold well Let B Do Lake furnish yoU al for next winter The befst al at most reasonable prices I have a saw mill on mylplace and have lumber of all kind ror salleV W S Y Gpodleft COAL In carload its Extra quality Cheap Writelphone R L BoidricklSpringfield Kyt See the fflOman tailored at suits at Mrs Kate Williams they are thc right things at the right prices I FOR SALE Good seed rye and wheat also goodpotato on lQ flSV C L Brkdy Now is the time to fill you coall house with pure jellicb coal and save the advance in price See BiD Lake at once McElroy Vbartort sold for Mr RTj SmithS his firm of 270 acres near Maud to Mr Hez Curtsinger The price paid was Hon Thos B McGregdr Re publican candidate for ttornei General wiiraddress the vpters V Washington1 county at tfie Court House next Friday LosTrBetwebn Hpri n g fi effll and Frederickstown a blue serge at last Saturday Rind r wi I please leave same at Mr Sam Andersons Mr J Porregt Cusick cif Louisville is at his fathers Ed CusICk for one month op ly from Auguat 21 to September il YfUPone l The Colored Fair cooimeDces today and w ll continue tthe re mamder of the week They ill attendanfoas colored men of the county Sherman Martin was tried iin Judge Litseys Court Tuesday on acharge instituted oy Dock Avery who harged Martin yit aving killed some1 ducks tress d If1ot id jjury on 50 bond f r Mr L A Buans purchased off Mr Cnts Cajmden his stock in the Springbeld Tobacco rare house Co The house was Very successfully conducted last sea son and will be open for sales this va VV Fordrest Cusick is at home to have yourphotographs madei Pnone him at Ed pusic He wiU go to your home and make any thing you wish in first class pho jtographa Tbe County has ed bY severalI heavy l1ng beenJisJisthe past week A pain fell in certain the countyon last Friday night and during the early part pfJ8aur day mornirig During thedown pour there was considerable lighting and thunder The eoOpeta House way struck and slightly damaged tTOPIGSJ a a a The Picnic at Frederickstowri Iiallylrnnd L VIoinBeamOrkies Mr Robert Orkies and Miss Eliza Beam were married at Si church in Marion court ty last Moriday Mr Orkies an industrious farmer of the county and is a jolly good fellok lliked by everybody His bri4e is popular young lady of the St Marys neighborhoodV J YoungBottoms Mr and Mrs R J Young a n louncedaughter Mrss Georgia to Mir Sam M Bottoms The wedding willatake place at Bethlebatn nextIWednesday September 20th Miss Young is a popular youqgi irl of the county and Mr Bot feaaIi ngbusthesmenJ CambronCambron IFMipsloridamarriage yesterday afternoon at Fredericktown by Rev Father Pieters The attendants were Mr JKichard Cambron a brother of the groom and Mr Joseph Ede leul The groom is a sonof Mr 3en Cambron a prominent far mer Qf the county knd is an en ttprisin and industrious young wan The bride is a daughter off Mr Jack Oambron and is an lattractive and popular young ladyl Their many friends wish them mtfch happiness SparrowThompson A quiet but pretty wedding ceremonyunited the lives of Mr Andrew Thompson and Miss Minnie Sparrow yesterday fternoon at the residence of the Rev OlUs Hamilton who performed the ceremony The families of tha contracting parties were present The groom is a prominent arm r ndthe youngest son of Mr and MireV Robert Thompsoti cf lBrush GroVe while his bride who is tbeyongestclsughtei of Mrs Ellen Robinson is a yery attractive and popular yoUng llady Immediately after the cere mony they left for Louisville where they will attend the State FairI DorseyBaumbauer Mr F W Baumbauer and Miss Mollie Dorsey were mar ried at St Dominics Saturday morniug by Rev Father Hen nessy The attendants were Messrs Charles H Mctntire and Joa Smith The bride wore a gray travel ling suit with hat to match Im mediately following the cere mony they took the early train for a short bridali trip after which they will be at home fn Springfield The bride is a well known lady who stands high in the e tima Lion of a large number of friends while the groom who until recently was engaged in business jin Indiana but is now in busi ribss here is an honorable and highly respected man They were thqr cipients of quite a large number of handsom pres eatsS f lAIIt ws quite a shock lip the people of the county yesterday when it became known that Mr Alfred H McChprd had died on Tuesday night at 10 oclock ati his home in Lebanon HTs health had been bad for several years and his condition had become weakened the im mediate cause of lila death how ever wes German measles which he contracted about one week ago He was born in Washington County October 4 1847 and was == I rJthoHynes McChord He was edu catedafr Goyington Institute Wil this county and aften ccmplet ing his education he entered the v mercantile business ifhicfi was bis slJfe He Pabeganof J G Phillips and began bpsi nesaln this city abouti 1880 a 1Jcontinued here until iiO moved to J w inchester about nin iyeafs aKoS during the time he was here he was tlSsoci ted in busness wit1i7 Mr F R Neale and Mr W K Robertsgn As a merchant he was a great success He was a good business an anwas l 1lydealt After being ITc business at Winchester for ffwp years he moved to Lebanon wt re he re- F is remaineduntil his death fchortly after engaging in business here he was mar ied to Miss Eunice Harlan of Da villE who with one daughter Mrs W F Hurt survives He was a brp haer of Mr W C Mc tord l Loivesheret Funeral services ind burial will be conducted Lebanon this afternoon at 3 lockV The protracted meeting which iis being conducted J1y Rev A Paul Bagbv of Glasgow will conclude Friday Large crowds heitndtpce atfrer- vice is relVAmost enjoyable reunion was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Lawrence of Mackyille Aug 27 a most excellent dinner was served Those present were to Mrs DiellenWi kersoD Mr and Mrs William Milton and son yuEarneslWilkerson and three daughters Katie Rosie and Margie Mrv and Mrs James Donely and daughter Jodie MrBnd Mrs Richard Walkersoi and daugh ter Maggie Belle Mr and Mrs Abe Peavler aud two daughters tuOraTMrdaughters Bertie and Sallie Ann and two sons Frank andS Edgar and Mr Mandville rence Tbe day was well spent and there was rejoicing hoping to meet again dy MBYW as SISt Joseph Collige Opened Im Historic St JosVph College at Bardstowil was farjmally opcnedt tuTuesdaymbny Many distinguished guests were preset on the oc cesion chief was Mgr Apos a amonrwhomtolic I States j St Josephs Vas opened in 1819 tby Bishop jloseph Flaget and was in chargppf the secular teclergyJesuits took charg and controlled it until 1861 when it was sus vi pended because of the cjvil war It was opened after the war by N the secular priests who held un til 1889 when iit was again sus pended and haswfen idle until its purcnase by the Xaverian brotherhood LUIS Phillippe tuanexiledToneTthere during the time p Bishop Fidget And it was he tio donated the paintings now Ranging in St Joseph church trone of which the price of 100000 wasref used Among the famops men educated at St Josephs We Arcnbishop Martin JohnSpa ding Jeffersotr Davis Attorney General Augus tps Garland and Assistant At torney General jZach Moritgoai tu ery H Ciiy Illi icoutfj bed and coilghed He was in the mountains on theadvice of five doctors whqjaala he had consumption j but Ion 4no help In the eliinate and started home Hearing of DP Kings NewI piscovery he be gan to use itIIii njlievc it aavedm y life he writes ifr it made a new H Imaneutgood work IllbI IJeases cojphs col sjlagrlppe asthtiuT croup whooping tyuph hay fever hemorrhages Jidatbeness or quinsy its thWbestkribwii rtmcdy Price and 5100 Trial bottle rfreertson 1 OOOOOOCKXKXOO oo OOOg ttACARDH 8 Q Q IIwant othank the of 1 g gI people Spingfield andii Ovidnity fpy the splendid patronage they gave me iJII i back this Fall jS Q j r Q1010you VMrs Kate Williams ggo oqo OOOo t 8 r L wrE-NAL1l l Eon Jl N Sanders of Stan fford is here ithjs weekFQuite alargenumber from the Vsounty Are attendingthe State lr thisweekrMrs Charley Tee Grundy an- rs Lof M B B Leachmanpentlast week visiting the McMakin and drundy families in Nelson VMrs SOfementR and Miss Katie Oain are In Bardstown toUday BaHonon was here on legal bUS ondayV ness11 Mrs Edwin Dupuy oodson accompanied by Miss Woodadn r the guest ofr her father Mr J Gregory Mrs Earl Brackney of Camp bellsville io visiting relatives in the county Mrs Mary A Noe is spending Refewuisville Mr and Mrs J J McOabe were BardstownTaesday Messrs Ben E and Ben F Simms left last week fdr New Mexico to inake their future home Mr C T Cunningham letDu Tuesday for his home at Colum ia SMC after a visit to hisJ parents here MrWm BTagan is visitingr atives in Tenhesseethis week Mr and Mrs W E Leach man are in Louisville this week attending the State fair- Mr P j Thomas and wife returned last Friday from a trip Cincinnati th ftfr J iL Allen is in Louis le this week c Mr JJ C Duncan of Louis le is visIting relatives here Mr A L Jenkins has returned to his home in Cincinnati after a visit to relatives here Mrs Kuhn and family will re rn to their home in Nashville nn after spending the sum mer her Mr Bailey Pyt n is visiting his old home at Lebanon Tenn Mr Clarence Adams has resigned bis position in the Grun Homeland accepted position Principal in the Graded c seboolMrand Mrs Schwab off Louisville are the guet of rell t olivesMr and Mrs Baumbauer re rted from their bridal trip Tuesday Miss Hamilton has returned to her home ia leadeCouuty after yisit to Mrs CH McIntire exMissesMiss Susie Moore are in LoUIs- ville Miss Gladys Walker has eu red school at St qatharinesb Mrs Nick Wells of Taylor colekev of Bloomfield visited Mrs siauriieMiss Lilly Simms Mrs T S Blanaford and Mrs T W pimmsInj Mrs Katie Williams has rek rned from Indinapolis Mr Dudley Robertson has entered school stBowling Greens Mr Connor Williams and sister Mabel are in Louisville this wpek Mr W W Spalding of Let anon was here Tuesday Miss Josie Lee has returned from ShefbyvillefI Miss Jennie Redding has rek Vrne4a charge of her classes in the school here i Miss May Mayes left this I morning to enter school in Lex- Ington i Mr and Mrs W Tt McElroy are visiting their daujghter Mrs P McChprd st New Salem ndianaIi Misses Sarah OJNan Mary aylor and Hatlie Arnold are t attending scBool afc Caldwell f UoHege Danville Miss Rodman Thurman hr is- eturned id schdolat Shelbyville t t Virtue In a Bite Tho etymology of the wordN said a young Academician declares vir tue to haTe been originally a virile Quality Now Its meaning has been softened some will say weakened In any case we are far from the state of mind pft tfco Laedsemo 1llan gen d eral who discovered virtue In a mouse a that bit his4humb while hewas rum maging In a basket of flgfl You Bee1 be obspived there is no anlrnal tetIthimself Virtue at that epoch j wtto know bow to blteAt pfesem on the conri7 the Monga l Qd to recompense the sacrifice of elf d I J deinndaJ REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHEV Irst National Bank OF SPRINGFIELD iin closebusiressSept No 1767 RESOURCES V 07366cIand un 4S1V fctton Vnkiog 50 house furniture 00Due13831Due l Banks and Bankers Trust I SavingsBanksn m6gDue from approved Reserve 251950Notes IBanks28500Fractional 3294LawfulBank viz Specie 1 1221120 Le 6400O0i86i120demption 4Treasurercirculation 250000 Total 36198499 tLIABILITESV Capital Stockpaid in 5000000 4200000Undividedpenses and taxes paid 523793 National Bank Notes out d irNatimll ouuuuuuD e to Banks 9766 e to state and Private Banks and Bankersn e to approved Reserve AgerUVVVV Individual deposits subject 5041493Ito check Time certificates deposit Notes and bills rediscounted Bills payable including cer tificates of deposit forImoney borrowed 2700000 1STATEI abovenamed bank do solemnly swear Istbe A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and wormto before me this 9th dayof September 1911 l CHAS M McdHORn Rotary Public CORRECT ATTEST t B L LITSfeV fW D CLAYBROOKE t IH MGRUNDY Directors VJI i TO PLEASE IS wtoConveysi Any Literary Work Pleasing Impressions Is Service 1 to Public Any literary work which conveys falthfuj facts or pleasing Impre alopaI Is a Berylce to thegubllo It yice to be thanSratiy 1aYenII in rendered jilachlorofornt Itself greater Our fine d sea captains life was justified hen Carlyle soothed his dwlth The Kings Own or Qwen Pofster To please Is to server athso far from Its being difficult to Instruct while you It is difficult to do the one somelpout In even a vapid book and to read JtorJ orcise the sympathies Every article every piece of verse every essay every entrofllot iis destined to pats1 however swiftly thrQugh the mfndsof of the ubUc and to col or Ihey the way on something pleasing something interesting something enj uragtng were It only to a single read er He will be unfortunate Indeed If ho oultto ono He has the chance be de to stumble on something that q dull person shall be able to com pre hend and for a dun person to have read anything and for that once corn rehended It makes a marking epoch his education From St The Profession of betters r ensonjjMlllloni for Au There Is enough gold Qoatlng ea to make everybody rich information is the result of an an alysis of ocean water recently finished I br M Alphonse Berget of Paris a professor the oceanographic InstW dlscoverrtoChicago Dally News whQ makes haste to spread the glad news The an alysis fevealed about fifty milligrams 77 grain of gold in each ton of sea water explained the professor That seems little enough butt con sldering that it takes a line Of figures column wide to give the total number of ton of water In the pcoan s easy to see that an Immense solutionjf otcthe world had his share it would equal 24000000 apiece 1 Importance of Water With the thought In mind that waters by far the chief element entering into the composition of an egg is 1thepoultry tJ 1 very large per cent of all poultry live stock and dairy products that no telllgent farmer can afford to the smallest detail in OTerlookJ cleanliness freshness and day in the year esq bourla thi- a4 0 No Such oataNow They must Have had some pretty savage goats In Connecticut a hun red years ago Under an old law If boy was driving a goat aloJSg a high Way and they met a traveler and the goat Jumped oft to the traveler aa cl ttrew lnvdown and bit htJ aalotli med him that boy be jj rrrr throe ziionths and lila father sued fopHamages l The goat has huproved In teipo Blncctthosedai t one Ali4Itr- iynioig i now anaa8atrtYle- TetipfipkS and oU an the TiojrJlB safe r 6 I i J a L r H1 Springfield A f1Sj1blJ t IHello white are you going1 3reydi1 on ourway 0 a l ntn t I1dfprssing club a p1acewhereth v i kOLD CLOTHES LOOK NEW shop IS next o tleClerls of IC f1d wetare prepared todot BETTER WORK THAN EV R fMy dry cleaning process iik the beltthat has ever been utout it the ityct Work called for and deUvre toparts of town It is nottpo r thd taa11ii not oo closJ soyoUdo he zik ngJIwiiftdohewaIkThg t RropiNextj i H i 1 77V jtt rbjcriTheII yoir Iattention to whereby you can ftvivqny and at the sametime get reliable OOdII li tltV I IIBlue s Enameled Ware Ane1ot of I Water Colors Getourpices on I Roofing and I Plumbing CahlandeI rrr- Perfetiqii I JIStoves r 4F ywIIt bIAODEthE 1 j J IASI i eeourhitc l 1 t Omzers tSF Lfi1cfAJIII I all and iTZema t R I j 9 f I IIII 1 rEITZCERLD HETLN September TheMoi1th 1 f VO Fr iii Oysters I It I Ii JJiWe willaiieeptheth jjthe bulk SIl IIshipped extraselect i Oyiteifi Vi H t Iorne and T Sie Ve will serve them mst anyti erawZor coki f 4 Fresh Bread CaKea arid Cart dy also Ices at Ahyl Time5iIii- i Ill k t l r 4 ii I I r FORSLJJ J I PRLV P ItQ I IJI My home and firm onehalf itiile N4thof Sptinjfleldjon WilHsburg pike The farm consists of 48 34 acre of llandid kM on itft 10 wpm r sidencerJirg jtobacc6 khd Stock Ht11i he houses Ttieat hobse coal hotise good fi fm tenant hbtwe tM ewiitcrib holdS bushels of corn alt new encin TMs is thtI watered little arm in the county hjavlng a nev rfglllnf sprifi ttati runs cold water the year around good we and 3gddpeda AJapple ancT peach orchard good grape arboi of 6 different YarJe tod strawberry bed This property will suit nyeoewaatLA a sours in the edge of town close to good4sc1ioo1jut renouffiUiMid i Mkc 1V11 Jiving easy My only reason ornvantin j tp sell Is of t dsur teVjny buairicss otherwise this home iuld1 tje boughtffef say riatiable amount of money T llt ftT fcx 1 L t 4 Nu I- iii + J iWE mm lUSE A jAs 4 r U f1fL 0 A SOWQ1LCOm u p 7 y 7 x r7w r r r I I7w r jwi w j L icij f rtv r rf Il yJ Courtship of JJ I Wiles Standisht f i Ze t f With Illustrations by n Howard chandler Chrisyg r r f fj4 C 6 nJ- 4i1tl 4t t Sailinn Of tl r the Mapflow- eii4 o tf l l il ijHti the gray ef the danutht I a41t4 wpreee from the Keadowsj r I 1 TMtV WM a stir end a sound In the t foirteriag village of Plymouth Clsijiig and cBcklng of arms and hIM ecier Operative Forward f y tritesw SHjfisssed a tramp of f4i fMt1BIceI OTHntfes tea Uam1st marched vU1agItt MsAAsek tke etalwart it was with etsjkt ot Ue valorous army 6by their ls4Iaa guide by Hobo 4l1ri i of the white men 4 ertkw rst sBarcklag t6 4ull the sud d4 revolt of the savage I CeMsstjjther s eoe4te the mist or the SI ti at Xl C Da t OIM ia heart thY were srho be M Mvr in Oof aa4 tke Bible t Ay idieT belierei ie tie smiting of ii lituktsi aM PIiIiU4- J Over tkee gieuiwd far off the crlm Mt ban ra ot roormlag 0 1 rf titti j V 4S 4 j Jj JjFtre loc tie la aid in regular besrretrated l SMu7 a aUe bad they marched I jti tlength the tillage of Ply iMlpiiirath Weke from iti sleep and arose In nffokllaborsJSweet wu the air and soft and slow Afit k tnftkcbbile pointS554i2 M lUaiCtf eastward Mek eaiM forth from the doors and ji1 weatherfiaM7 i Iwu Mewing fair for th May ip lowers Tlk4 of their Captains departure menacedtI He Cope the town and what hoklfL be dose In lila absence j iJIMi1l1 aucthe birds and the ten t e11QI of women i commonie the sea rose the sun and the 1 t IIWUpws rejoiced at his coming utlful were Ws feet on the purl lie tops ef the mountains SeautifJiL the sails of he May tower riding at anchor tpeer nd blackened Dd worn b1 tlJ li all Ue storms of the wintera Eoeeely against her masts was hang lag and lapping her canvas t XeBth1ao mazy galea and patched 445S3 XO bjr tile kand of tbesallort 1t tSu4dseIy from her side as the un r peee over the ocean Darte a pu of smoke and floated 4isewsz4i anon rang Lou1 over leld and forest the can t Boa roar and the echoe I slgIirplled4f11 chaptTjter was red from the Bible- Meefay the prayer was begun but G 1EeHetlIL fervent entreaty Them troa their haum hastecame r Pt the Pilgrims of Plymouth II Mem J mi women and children aU hur 4J7IHwn to the sea shore t Bftgeiv with tearful eyes to say fare well to the Maygower4SIHomeward bound oer the sea and y 55leaving them hero in the desertIt tPoremost amoog them was Alden I All night he dla1n without T slumber- Trnitigaad toeslBg about in the heat t Y and unrat of his levr He had beheld Miter Standlah who came back late from the u pcnlStalking Into the room and heard tin tmutter and murmur fesfeUmes It seemed a player and I sometimes it sounded like swear fx Jn tfaianrifni Jsetse unconscious of all f Once be had come to the bed and C fi f stood there a moment in sl1enco1 TaemJiesJia tucjled away and said I will not wake him 1I tt4k + HaMtrrUl Company J r fiat 11 aim sep on itW bet for What taringXhen pallet and to start at the break of the morning Covered himself with thi cloak he had worn ln his campaigns Iin FlanderstSlept as a soldier lie ps in his bivouac ready for act on But with the dawn he ar ae in the twilight Alden beheld him Put on his corselet of st el and all the rest of his armor Buckle about his waist Ibis trusty blade of Damascus Take from the corner his musket and so stride out of the chamber Often the hear oitheoutlt had burned and yearned tto embrace him Often his lips had essayed to speak Imploring for pardbn All the old friendship came back with Its tender arid grateful emo tions But his pride overmastered the nobler nature within him Pride and the sense offbls wrong and the burning fire of the insult So he beheld his friend departing in anger but spake not Saw bJm go forth to danger perhapa to death and he spake not Then he arose from hjs bed and heard what the people were say tug Joined in the talk at the door with Stephen and Richard and Gilbert Joined In the morning prayer and In the reading of Scripture And with the others in haste went hurrying down to the sea shore Down to the Plymouth Boca that had been to their feet as a doorstep Into a world unknownthe corner stone of a nation There With his boat was the Master already a little impatient Lest he should lose the tide or th- eIvdnd might shift to the eastward Squarebuilt hearty and strong with an odor of ocean about him Speaking with this one and that and cramming letters and parcels Into his pockets capacious and messages mingled together Into his narrow brain till at last he was wholly bewildered Nearer the boat stood Alden with one foot placed on the guhwUlo One still firm on the rock and talking at times with the sailors Seated erect on the thwarts all ready and eager for starting He too was eager to go and thus put an end to his anguish ThinkXg to fly from despair that canvuIthe as he gazed on the crowd he be- held1But the form of Prlscilla Standing dejected among them unconscious of all that was passing Fixed were her eyes upon his as U she divined his intention Fixed with a look so sad so reproach ful imploring and patient That with a sudden revulsion his h art recoiled from its purpose As from the verge of incrag where one step more is destruction Strange is thee heart of man with Its 1quick mysterious instincts Strange is the life of man and fatal or fated are moments Whereupon turn as on hinges the gates of the wall adamantine Here I remaIn heVfexcIalmed as he hlmjThanking ness- Wherein und and lost to death lIe was staggering Headlong Yonder snowwhite cloud that floats in the ether above me Seems like a hand that is pointing Kaclnnincc nv4f the ocean t Ic WELCOME WORDS TO WQMENS f 4LWii wise swffer with disorders peculiar tq their L I5 keeM write to Dr Fierce and receive free the Sadyi rJioC ever 40 years experience i 1t 111titt isuNd a4 w c MM Specialist iin the diseases W drnL 11 Zer hrL thiJ ort has thq mOIl tt isaVciioaJkregardedssacrdIy 11 AndtI MM ys Mkively modest omenwrite- i HbUv l Dr pwW they would shrink frtfrn t 1Thciocalphyscauj1T 0 = 1 are rarry need I J it 3I IIII is rare cases should submit to them 0 Drr7JpuI1IIIkuIe w ears you gght in the pe4vacy ofa I curediW 4 1ewoistofcases i It ltJtL fthAt tGe productole regularlygrhduated ei5dootaeoedhtt Jts1fItkersddrc tORriutits every examineStoesu NosIlcotsM o h bitformin drefoundini it J5ome Jins9rup I IisloossMdiofae dialers may offerydu a substitute Dont sk U t ont trifle AMyr health Writeto WoridsDispeiisary MediCiaAiwxiiatioo Dr Rr Tnee is afiocner nana paat is not spectra and ghostljke Holding me drawing xjie back and clasping mne for protection Float O hand of cloud and vanish away in the ether Jloll thyself up like afflijt to threaten and daunt me I heed not Either your warning qr menace or any omen ot evil There is no land so sacred no air so pure and so wholesome As is the air she breathes and the soil that is pressed by her foot steps I Here fpr her sake will Ij stay and like an invisible presenceSHover around her for ever protecting supporting her weakness Yes 4S my foot was the first that stepped on this rock at the and lug IiSo with the blessing of God shall it be blattbeleaVlng Meanwhile the Master alert but with dignified air and Important Scanning with watchful eye the tide and the wind and the weather Walked about on the sands and the people crowded arpund Saying a few last worlds himIjug his careful Then taking each by the hand as If he were grasping a tiller Into the boat he spran and in haste shoved off to his yessel Glad Jn his heart to get rid of all this worry and flurry Glad to be gone from a land of safcd and sickness and Sorrow plentyILost in the sound of the oars was the last farewell of the Pilgrims O strong hearts and true not one went back in the Mayflower setJISoon were heard on board the shouts and songs 0f the sailors Heaving the windlass round and hoisting the ponderous anchor Then the yards were braced and all- saIls set to the west wind 4S M fml How good you have been to me lway1 Blowing steady and strong and the Mayflower sailed from the harbor IHounded the point of the Gurnet and leaving far to the southward Island and cape of sarid and the Field othe First Encdunter Took the Wind on her quarter and stood for the open Atlantic Borne on the send of jIbe sea and the swelling hearts the Pilgrims Long in silence they watched the re 5ceding sail of thq vessel Much endeared to them all as some thing living and human Then as If filled with the spirit and rapt in a vision prophetic Baring his hoary head the excellent Elder of Plymouth Said Let us pray land they prayed and thanked the Lord and took courage Mournfully sobbed the waves at the base of the rock and above them Bowed and whispered the wheat on the5 hill of death and their kin dred- Seemed to awake In their graves and to join In the prayer that theyut terej SunIlligupJ and whte on the eas- terhtrgeof the ocean Gleamed the departing sail like a marble slab in a graveyard Burlett beneath it laY for ever all hope of escaping Lo as they turned ito depart they saw the form pf an Indian Watching them from the hilt but while they spake with each other Pojgting with outstretched hands and saying Look be had vanished So they returned to their homes but Alden lingered a little Musing alone on lhe shore an4 watching the wash of the billows Round the base of lie rock and the sparkle and flash of the sunS shine Like the spirit of Odd moving visibly over the vatersl rLF4silla Ib1Thinking of many things and most of all of Prlscilla And as if thought had the pbwer to draw to itself like the lodestone Whatsoever it touches by subtile laws of Its natureJLp as he turned to depart Prlscilla was standing beside him Are you so much offended you will not speakto metsaid she Am J so much to blame that yester day when you were pleading Warmly the cause of another my heart Impulsive and wayward Pleaded y Shi own aid spake outjpr JgetfutphapsCertainly If ydu ca4 forgive me for speaking so frankly for saying What I ought not ito have lard yetI now I dan nevojr unsay it For there ire moments in ilfe7w eXr the heart IiI jtuU of emotion II That if by chance lit be shaken or Into its depths jllke a pebble Drops cone carelesii word It overflows anilt secret f Spilt on the ground lIke watert can never be gathered together Yesterday I was shocked when I heard you speak of Miles Stand Iehlt Braising his virtues transforming his very defects 14to virtues PralslDig his courage and strength and even his fighting in Flanders As if by fighting atone you could win theheartotomnl nan m anms jrojrr trnTT Therefore I4pake as I did by an ir resistible Impulse You will fo ito me I hope for the sake ort le friendship between us Which is tof true aftd too sacred to be so easily broken Thereupon answered John Alden the scholar the friend of Miles Stand lab ffj11 waa not angry with you with myself alone was angry matIfiaiji Jl NoW Interrupted the maiden with answer trompt and decisive No you v ere angry with me for speaking so frankly and freely It was it is wroniICknowledgefor Long to like a ghost that is speechless Till some questioning voice dissolves thy spell of its silence Hence is tlje Inner life of so many suffering women Sunless and jsllent and deep like sub terranetn rivers Running through caverns of darkness unheard unseen and unfruitful Chafing their channels of stone with endless t and profitless murmurs Thereupon hnswered john Alden the young nian the lover of women Heaven forbid it Prlscilla and truly they seem to me always More like the beautiful rivers that wateredj the Garden ofEden More like the river Euphrates through deserts of Havllah flowing Filling the land with delight and memories sweet of the garden Ah by there words I can see again Intcrrupied the maiden How very Httle you prize me or care for wh I am saying When fronthe depths of my heart in painjiand with secretmlsglvlng Frankly I jipeak to you asking for sympathy only and kindness Stralghtwaj you take up my words that are plain and direct and in earnest Turn them away train their meaning and answer with flattering phrases This is nolt right Is not just Is not true to the best that is in you For I know and esteem ydu and feel Cthat your nature is noble Lifting mine up toa higher a more ether al leveliTherefore value your friendship feel it perhaps the more andI If you say aught that implies I am only as one among many 4 l If you make use of those common and complimentary phrases Most men think so fine In dealing and speaking with wpmen gut which women reject as insipid if not as Insulting 7 Mute and amazed Wad Alden and PriscljiaThinking fair more dIVine In her beauty He who but yesterday pleaded so glib ly tho cause of another Stood there embarrassed and silent and seeking In vain for an answer So the malclen went on and little di vln d or Imagined What was at work in his heart that made him so awkward and speechless Let us then be what we are and sneak what We think and In all IhODsaMss HaYeiKidnafK Trouble and Never Suspect ItI How To Find Out Fill a iiottlc or cOmmon glhss with your Tjtet and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment orset dition attire kid- neysIV if it stains your linen it iit evidence of kid t ney trouble too frequent desire paininr i Also convincing proof that the kidney 4nd bladder are out of order What To too There is comfort in the knowledge sc often expr ssei that Dr Kilmerf SwampRoot the great kidneyi remedy every wish in curing rheitinatism p in ill tile back kidneysliver bladder urinai7jmSsaeItl qnd scalding pain in passing it or bad dIed V11xT use of liquor wine or peeri and overcomes that unpleasant tie cesalty of being co l1pell d to go ote during the day and to get up man limes during the night The mild and the extraoidinary effect of SwampRooi is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures the most distressing cases If you need uiedicin you should have the bcsf Sold bv drug gists in fiftycunt arid onedollar sizes You zany have saniplfc bottle and c book that tells nil about itboth sent free by maiL Address Dr Khmer jSt Co Bing llultnton N Y When n otBinu pnoot writing mention this paper and dont make any nristake but remember the name lr Kilnierfs SwnmpRoo null 11I1 Y lu Very Serious It fa avery serious matter to ask Sot one medicine and have Ito wrong one givers you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine THEDFODSDLACK Irrj liver Medfclne oIth1sZeIjabin Indigestionfirmlymitateotherthanothersvori liver powder with a Jarg rsale than all others combined SOltflNTOWN F tninga Keep ourselves loyal to truth and the sacred professions of friendship It Is no secret I tell you nor am i ashamed to declare it I have liked to be with you to lee you to speak with you always Sq I was hurt at your words and a little affronted to hear you Urge me to marry your friend thou he were the Captain Miles Stand lshv For must tell you the truth much friendshipThan he twice the hero you think him Then she extended her hand and den who eagerlY grasped it Felt all the Wounds in his haart that were aching and bleeding so sorely Healed by the touch of that hand a he said with a voice full of fe ingi Yes we must ever be friends aad of all who offer you friendship Let me be ever the first the truestt the nearest and dearest Costing a farewell look at the gil mering sail bf the Mayflower Distant but still in sight arid slaking below the horizon Homeward together they walked with a strange Indefinite feeling That all the rest had departed and left them alone in the desert But as they went through the fields in the blessing and smile of I1hI he ci TV of a a I Lighter grew their hearts and rro cilia said very archly Now that our terrible Captain has gone In pursuit of the Indiana Where he is happier far than tie would be commanding a Household You may speak boldly and tell me of all that happened between you Whim you returned list night and said haw ungrateful you foundt r me II i9 i I lrerr f fL L 0 0 Homeward Together They Walked Thereupon answered John Alden and told her tho whole w thd storyrv Told her his own despair and tho direful wrath of Miles Standish Whereat the maiden smiled and eaid between laughing and earnest He Is a little chimney and heated hot In a moment Cut as he gently rebuked her and told her how much he had suf fered How he had even determined to sail that day in the ilayflowe- rfnd had remained for her jake on hearing the dangers that threat ened All her manner was changed and she said with a faltering a cent Truly I thank you for this tow good you have been to me always Thus sia pilgrim devout who toward Jerusalem Journeys Taking three step in advance and Urge by importunate zeal ana wIn held by jjangs of contrition Slowly but steadily onward receding yet ever advancing Journeyed this Puritan youth to the Holy Land ot his longings Urged bt the fervor of love and withheld by remorseful misgivings PAINT MATERIALS ON FARM j Winter Is Good Time to Go Over Ma chlnery and Woodwork High Paying Investment Any man can easily learn to use the paint brush No rttularsklli is re Wired Eve etwoodifferenta supply of white lead linseed oil and paint coloring matter These materials are comparatively cheap and payirInvestment x g In winter is a good time to use tl Tann paint brush because then the arev 0doneOtheriall andgive tnbeor floor in a shed or in anyVbuJdlng whtcs there Is hpace If the weather Is very cold when ofhotusedtoso that the easilyThedeeper and more quickly win H strike into the woo V In starting to paint a tool or ma chine IfitIfItwnrmwatergo dl1IImosphere for several honratih allot tWa1terandan1- t water Is in the pores of the wood Ie oil will ie kept oftt and hence wi not have a chance to do its full wor For the neWn00d1or wood In need of repainting use about hevenelghths of linseed ail1to oneeighth of pure white lead and only a touch of coloring matter If too much white lead and coloring matter are used in the first coajt Ihe paint will be so hick that It will not strike deeply into tho wood What Is desired at first Is to deeply fill ail pores of the wood with preserving oil and7 then to coat with lead to seal an protect the pores so that the oil cannot escape The palntnmlxture must not only be well stirred to break up the lead Iqtp minute particles before the paint Is ryfewpaint is being applied to prevent tho heavy lead from settling to the be torn of the paint pall It must alwal be kept in mind that linseed oil is tvery light substance and that wh toad is a very heavy substanco Tlu will separate on standing for only few minutes the lead sinking to the bottom and pushing the oil to tho tOI For the second coat of paint use about onefourth or onefifth of white4 lead in the mixture and enough color lug matter to give It the desired sbadr ef eoJor BUMPED THE BUMPS OLD LADYS EXPERIENCED AT CONEY ISLANDo Or Undignified Descent Amuses the Crdwd and Also Brought Offer of Financial Reward If She Would Repeat It I went down to Coney Island or night They tell me its a good plac to find missing pcople My and Liz tie you never see such 1 place Suc hI a banging dud rattling and music play- Ing and hollering youd think aU bed lout was let loose It seems to in anlthat city folks idea of having a goo GI of them newfangled dish washing chines which I never could eee tho use of nohow 4I was plumb daft with it all and by I got sos I just followed thot- In front of mo blind like a sheep There was once when I found myeclf going up along ijnrrow stair At topyou went Into a llittle and everybody was sitting don thoaI doormatslike and being through a little door Then I I was in a crazy house for sure andj turn to escape down the staIr againg ut what with all the rtwd up I couldnt get down and before I1 well knew it I was sitting down on one of them doormats myself with my feet sticking out In front of me lt ainfJWen close to my feet in years Then vtho fellow ktvo me 4 hove Ltfwkamassyf Lizzie It was Uke taIling over a pressypuss in bed i went down In that there slide taster than the Empire State express Having my umbrella n one hand Mud my knitting bag In tho other couldnjt lay holt of anything AU I could Mo was toiler and that I did right smart It walt like no cellar door you understand but as crooked as a rains horn II slammed against one aide then the other I slewed InrQUD1 and lost tho dormat and than I wont over a dainlike and fetched up at the bottom al of a heap and fee- Ing like grandmothers rag doll And 5I4zzie thcr waj a couplo of thousand loafers of both s cCs standing theroL Just waiting tn sce me do hI They DashanIihoptMaybe I wasl1t mad I tell you I would have given them a good piece wnsalJImy umbrella at them and walked waf dignified Well Jthaf wasnt the end otltl Toull scarcely1 believe what Im gong to tell you next Lizzie There was a spruce young fellow followed me down tle walk and when we got a little whys oft he came up and tipped his bat real polite Excuse me madam pajs he I represent the management of this here park We will pay you 15 a week throughout the season If you will repeat that act twice every nlghttHutbertFootnor r Linen Napkin Rings A whIte UnQnl napkin ring la a dainty affair and makes an unusualt- ilt To make it cut a narrow tilqcei of linen Uie requlred llength and acal lop and buttonhole the edge finishing theend In a point A Debt of AfV oweIh great deal to Rossini said the young womin Whats Hosainl ThatXrepUei Mr CumroXr 91 p Ti TT1S- t rFFiIIUei ALCOHOL 3 PD CENT ftSLlbothJ1ltnguestoigichsamJBo1fc- sq PromoteslJigestionermrm Iene sa ll tContaIns leieOplUIltJlorph norfiir- IeNOT 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the System iof BY MAIL rita JNO F DRAcbaoir ForfrctlVhyfDRAUGHONS PRAGTICAI BUSINESS COLLEGE Na4vils or MIer KaoxiUaeiasJsKyc ZrswiNs J ONE OF NEW YOaK6IANre jAf TWIRLED f1 J 1fJ1 iF 1i Pitcher rwjltse Who uaS Wohs tjOfjG JM friM i r 9utfitTMs VtVtiTt l i tr i4 locrnry Role for I t Torpid Thomas What db Oa tinjc o j old pan A swell ruT CtO5Ch4 I SIme pesterday angntEnter 9t 11 r In a movln picture play Languid Lawrence Sufferm w0An why didnt 2feroref IdlottT Torpid Thomas There wutslttin part io the drama he wug4 t L h