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Digital page images are linked to the text file. irv Tpr ESTA8LJISliED TN 188 iff 0 NEW SERIES VOL XIIt NO 3 SPINGFJEIP WASHINGQJjl COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 29 1912 = i i jrJ 14 RJCINGTOBE 1IItr 1 C i I OI1EATFEATLJREProgram i State Fair JEABLY 7008 IN PRIZES 41a iL B Shropshire Assistant Secretary Jf the Fair Has Arranged For Great 4Events During Week of Sept 914 The Nejy Course and Grand Stand From a racing standpoint patrons of the Kentucky State Fair during the Iweek of Septi 4 will be well provid ed for as the program which has been arranged by L B Shropshire assistant i secretary of the Fair Is one of thei best seen In Kentucky In years He has arranged for six stake events for trotters and pacers valued at GOOeacu and six purse events fpr trotters and pacers valued at 500 eacVand In ad dition be has provided for six running Fflrtandatlemena riding race the last namedd two to be decided the closing day of th Fair Among the stake races will SLe one for twoyearold trotters one for threeyearold trotters one each for 218 trotterS 225 trotters 213 pacers Iud 225 pacers The purse events will ISconsist of one each for free for all trotters 218 trotters 215 trotters 220 trotters 212 pacers 217 pacers and one free for all for pacers During the post two years the racing c feature of the Fair has proved one of the most interesting pf any attraction provided by the management and because bf that fact it became apparent tot Secretary J L Dent that better fa cilities would have to be provided for curing for the patrons of that partlcu lar feature With this Idea in view the jery first contract entered into by SecretaryDeptW iargement of the grand stand and when the gates are thrown open the morning of Sept 0 just twice as many people wifl be cared for in tho race f track section ot thQ grounds aS former j lyTl1e new addition to the grand Btand will be of reenforced concrete hBnnllar In every respect to tim original part of the big stand making it one pf the largest as well as one of tins inost substantial grand stands in the c ip HSSt fSfSj11 gather thousands ofCviitucIans t9 rencv pIq fmlfut aces nsyjWell J13tlo wltiiajis the sport thatli dearest to tfie heart of every native born son anil daughter of the 2Ild commonwealth Unlike many of the race tracks of the country wheref trotting and running races sire operated r slinpiy for the JeIeUt oT the track own era the rSport furnished at the State Fair ciSi readlljj he designated ns that oltbe klog of aporfcj as the man agement of IFair bis no Idea of r apjiigsaSy reward cxcoptthnt which comes from n good word passed around by Its patrons Therefore all races are decfded strictly on their merits and luvlabh lustauce tile best horse es71nand other states will participate in the r trotting and pacing evonft on the pro gram tills yeur Is deaioustratcd by the apliIedSfor stable room for the week and have made numerous entrle to the stake events prondcdbYstake event und one purse Tflle will be decided each afternqoif during the weekin addition to which will be one running race each dytg nil events for trotters had 1111lt1with the excep- tIon of the twoyetr Id events will b- etbteln five heat uffjijr it Is needless tbrjKijr that each afternoon will be crowdedfull of good sjiort for Fair patrons EVERY BREED OF DOG rjcluded In SenHShcwnt Kentucky fi Slate hi5r Gpt 914 Perhaps jime hltftft trnud best dog show ever seen In Kentucky will be witnessed at thc Kentucky State Fair tillS year tIll wrtji of Sept OrlL Heretofore dtfj SMW feature of lie state fair lnUl tedi conllneil exclu slvely to colllea Lilt tblsU the mIme agcment has decldHl to have n bench show for all breeds of dogs and to that eJl4 dog fanciers tlirouKhuut the state hoVe been Invited to partlclrate In the show Suite Invitations were first Issued by munaxeaient through the f Ipress1 several weokx ago many of fanciers Jnvetrry xoctlon of the state htive joluet tlip movement to make this 9j feature ol time Fair a success It Is 5 doubtful tttthere lli n breed of dog I Known to ti4 elion of the country f that la not H Hil and mlsed In Ken t tnckY1uuBitr3B- ttelml1lO of the of fldals of timeFair to have every breed represented For several years the Vbreejierj ofithier than cpllles have chdeavorrtl alterestitbetpao ffgement of State Fair lun bench that would liuluilu every brecjd t 5hose who wlgb to enter their kennels 9 i lutbe big sfmw can secure entry blanks nail ulfuforwatlonby imidyl to Secretary J1 UOI1Llt U cafe to say this show will Lcifpsc all previous bench shows or flop exhibIts ever held c r Iu K ufucky Tin simon will be held under the rules of the American Ken oel club which flil give It national i spreatlge and character At any time during the jmbnth of August we will jf ilt1Uico house with JeT ii SUco Blockcoal at 16 cents K land give 80 lbs fefthe bushelI 15 cent pji track WKMarls5n taii1L r F T T I TIlE NEr I Narrow Escape in Runaway Seyeral persons had a narrow i4escapeIromnSeriOUs injury in a runaway that occurred pn the I I Springfield pihe ofew miles from town Wednesday morning 1A team of horses hitched to a wagon in which 0I number of people from Willisburg Wash inetoncounty wer oming to Lebanon became frightened when pirt of the harness broke and ran off While running at full speed the team dashed into the buggy ofMie Mackin who who also was on bis way to town Mr Mackin was thrown out on life road and his buggy practi cally demolished butfortunately he escaped withpnly a few minor bruises The occupants of the wagon escaped without beln seiouslyhurtLebanon Enterprise TherFish And Game Law The snbstance 4f the same law and the way iit is enforced are here given Frs Commission of fcur are appointed to enforce the game laws They to appoint a chief game warden at a salary of about 250Q per year and an many additional wardens as necessary They to appoint all money ffrom licenses fines and sales of con traband goods Second Ariv game warden cant arrest a person caught in the act of violating tile law without warrant seize his gun net dr other devices and convey such persons ov persons before a raagistratePossession of animal or bird within prohibited time is evidence of guilt Articles thus aeizfdtre turned over to Commis sion and sold or disposed of by them Third Country attorneys Commonwealths attorneys sheriffs and constables rue re quired bylaw to see that the fish and game Ilaws ib enforced Potirtb Hunting licenses are issued by the count cleik between the dates of March 30 arid December 15 The cost is 1 per year for a person who has been a bona fide resident ol the State for a year and 15 for nonresidents FifthPersons may hunt on- theirowrg lands and the ari join lug neighbors land without license SixthThe tins for hunting without license or loaning your license to another is not loss than 25 or mote than SiCO or jail sentence Seventh You are not allowed to shoot hunt or fish on enclos ed grounds without consent of owner Violators are subject 19 tine of 10 to 26 for trespassing What Makes o Woman One hundred and twenty pounds more or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put iuto it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what EledtriQ Bitters give her Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizy spells and for dis pelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless worn out tee ing ElectricBitters have lone me a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only 50c Guaranteed ly Haydon Robertson Going After the Speeders The city cotfncHis going aftei the speeders witha sbari ticlr and VeII miss outguess iit some of the scorchers are not separated from a god size slice of their coin before long Worse still it is not improbable that some of the automobilists and motorcyclists who ard in the habit of throwJDg open the throttle will find themselves facing a jail sentence Largp boards will shortly be erected thecity limits on each roadled ingiiutp town warning the riyeri of machines that speed must be reducrd to 8 miles per hour and the police officers have been instructed to arrest any and all enders The police have also been instructed to arrest anyone driving an autoafter dark with nut displayibg lightsv I sawn young m n inamahine going out Spaldirg agolIw1 muchJines wayIwould have dono jusiico toa professional driver on the Indianapolis speedway Ins tances of the kind are numerous and if iiot stopped sopner or liter a serious accident is going to happen It must be stopped and if neces sary drastic measures 1tLebanonThe EntNprlseI Our businss men all over the country are complaining as to the difficulty in obtaining the volume of trade that is dui under the present appriVftotly prosperous condition What is thcrcauseV There are more causes than one most assuredly hut tn our mind one of tfie main reasons is the automobile fad and the enIormou expense ii involves In thecuuiityof Mercer there are about one hundred and fifty autos eacliIaa starter however Those that have kept a detailed account of ttieir expenditures for gasoline tires repairs interest etc tell us that 5200 per machine would be a low estimate of the cost of upkeep Thus 3000000 is spent on these items or twice as much as is spent on the rpads each year The Leader believes in getting all the reasonable pleasures out of irk that s b4lpveinpeople uho can not afford such an expensive luxury are induig iug and there is certain to be a time of reckoning Business is being placed on a precarious basis and one crop failure would be certain to bring about the ruin of many who are innocent as elll as those who have indulged loo heaVlry in the e experfstve I iuxurios VVe know what uesay will nut be of ujuoh effect on those who have the btg but we do wish to sound a note warning Business men viili ofI be able to blame their fur it entirely for they are just as buggy as anybody else Halrodt burg Leader Wins First Big scores were the rule at the Alahama State Snoot held atIII hshoolsteel lined shells won the state trap shooting championship breaking 99 iin 100 John K aIDImonitlOJI RemingtonUMC Pump Gun andS Arrow 4teol linod shells made I high profe ioual average 492 for1three 8i1onlOners pf scoreStramateur uv outotl 500tihut Arrow steel Jined shells f 4 LLGRAT PLACE I For Rest is Tatham Spring i This Countys Sum mer Resort Tatham Springs has been un usual y crowded in tire ast tVC weeks and in consmq9iJce tha popular resort bus been beseem of much gaiety Gut ts have bee4 sojourning the from LcDanpn Lexington j wdstowu Paris Springfield f irsailles f1aylorsvillei and othe places Thurday night the hop was largely attended ab jui fifty couples enjoying th duce Charlie Prances and hi rorches tra from Hdrrbdbbiyg Burnished some excellent musid About midnight Dr McChord uinounc ed that a watermelon 2ast was to be served immidittbr on the lawn and the annouocc went was received wi h enthusiasm The melons and canta1ttes were procured for the feast yylth much difficulty Dr McCnord and the writer driving t erve miles ti the home of Mr Jesse Williams for them BEAUTIFUL HO itJ IAWilliams Ii es near the county line ii1iid owns what s said to be oje of the lovoJifst homes in shiiigton county The house its on a spacious lawn kept 19 perfect order and is surrounde by large oak elm and sugr feas and loyely blooming thn beds The searchers for wd ermelons veachod the house abliut noon and were ctceived vrthtrue Kentucky hospitality hich they enjoyed to the utmost Mr Wnliatns does not rae water melons for sale but s une very tine ones were secured rsprae of them weighing from 35 to 88 pounds JThe feast was th roughly enjoyed by the dt 1crs and all the guests at the mel who hadiiot retired at the ate hour at which the melons we e served A BEVY OF BEAUJ IJ2S A house paripfllf en young ludies wuojw ucfits at the homo of Mlfswa o aiil Frances Dav on infe cou itv spent last Wednesday tlV Springs f twoIvilie Cinciuuati und Ha odsburjf Miss Su Mitchell rejiresentii this citv They were sh iperon ed tby Mr and Ms Uhus Wiiiiims Mrs Uliftjm Tu brand ivlr lames IFakes The latter is he only suryivin Mexican veteran in WiisbmjUon county and also ha the dis tiClipn of being bout tie wealjtiiest man He iis about ei hiyhve years old ilHI is one 01 il btt jioitd ii min on cur rent tvifh s tluu one aiitiud in a ia s journey He fcian ardent Bull Mouser aut UrrniJ believes that Teddy was synti tp s ive the c untry Mr Llayisjiia also a widower anil frequejilly yiits the Spn gs wherej 1b is very Duchy a indirstnaiij a d quite popular BATHING l6jiL One of the mop injoyable features at Tat Iuto is tJme bathing IbM This is th rni poad with ills mooth KUk jut uoal and slepsIfrowthehotel The IH Jiojl is ftc iquemly tilled wita acn womtp and cbildron all lfrnjoyingthnj selves t the fuliost the cool water If vou KO toTathatn be sure to Ire ur bp tIming suit along tIUNCL nQb COtYL1ER r In the Vicinity ofTatbam there are said to be about 350 voters DemorIud Mr Gtor e Vashilnjjton Wohner and if atlott preCIIICtits plain to see where all the j votps in that vicinity will fall loJ jNoveuUer Uncie1 Bud lives dou pIe of miles from the Glenn Ureek and is a dailybotelupl at the Brings where he much f a favirie with the accomp8Inied by a little black fice twenty seyen years old JLew ago Uicle Buds dog eveningsI good deal of ani 1trHe arose from his chair siretch ed himself and remarked toIibe dozing d g If its time fOI uk to go hotno get up and bark On the instant the liule black animal jumped up aud made the welkinriuK with noise showing very plainly that considered it was time to home and Uncle Bud immediately took his depart ure Although Uncle Bud never fails to stdmp under the rooster pdoesntpcfltticS as tus did in his you ger days aTa political discussion wth f3lS Ciiarles A Hard in Sr otfjihe merits or Woodrow Viloff Undo Bud r ucarked hat he wets very well acquained iwith l ftn that he knew Woodrow when he was sheriff of Mercer county It will be remembered thai toe lato f Wi son wisl isheriQ of this county just after the war and Uncle Bud merely gut his men mixed BIG REVIVAL IHas been yoirg on at the church four hundred yards from the hotel Services have been audteyenil1Springs attended them both Lust Sunday there was an allI day me tiug which was ate led neoIbaskcls of lui cii vhich wasI spread onlihe lawn muct more we wojid ike to isI aout Tatham Springs but tme forbids But we do say to nil who want an euj tyable outing and restfut recreation with plenty of good things to edt yisitTathamHnllod Arrested for Shootiig DogI +ilson Uo ley a young man yell known throughout the city btfore his honor Judgewas up Wright Saturday on a charge of a brunch of a city ordinance in shouting firearms within the cbrgeImad acting upon a request to uo so mado by Mrs Hugh Noe The dog had attacked child of the Noes severly biting time little one and under the impres sion that the animal was inflicted with tfte rabbles Mrs Noe had called upon young Duoley tv- despatch the brute Dooey wa4 arrested by Ofllcer Trotter Fri day and 1meLjiuder 50 bond for a hearing Saturday Judge Wright vtry justlydisuassed the with alittlo fatherly advice pise to Mr DooleV to exercise cue tit all tufled w en prompted to use lirnrUlsre News Journal = p iI D lti1j 6S0- I 1i TO THEPUBUC Ii III From August 25th to September 5th I1will Chemical TDry Suits for I riaIGent UIT These Prices are not good aftor September 5th After 1 that date it will cost 150 pe suit as before IIam DryCleaningi I 5 W Spri4o1d Cityy Jailorr I F Wl BAUM BAUER ProprI1 CIJ 2 = iF tir i JtaJ i Must Supporithe Child i Rchard G Plliatreau abo basItardy warrant by a jurYl in the J1utmtYourt Monday afternoon1 beingtheIa verdict that Filiatreau should pay to Miss Corbett for supportt of the child 150 per year for a pc nod of 20 years It appears that Mjgg Corbet who now is only HL ears oilIls- a half sister of l iliatreatrs viei and sicce she was IQ vers old has lived wtphArhalfItem on the Lnretto antI St Rose Pike at tle Wushington county line During Sopteaber of last year owing to the illncse of Ms Piliatreau her half sister Miss Corbett who was then 17 years old was kpt Qut- toft school lo wait on hrr haf sister and 4 Jung children It was at this time that the girl wns IcdQstray iho child being born st June Marion Falrm Insect BHo Costs le- A Boston man lost hiis leg fivui the Iitt of an insect two years before foI andISalve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inflammation swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises Only 25 cents at Haydon Robertson Commissioners Sale M Hayes Admrs etc PIflf EquityScottBy virtuiJ of a Judgment aij order of sale of the Washington Circ t Court rendered at the May term 19 Iv in the toIon premises on SATURDAY SEPT 7 1912 at 2 oclock pmkr thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon equalinstallmentsproperty towit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about 44 East ot Springfield and known as the ARCHIE MA YES FARM The farm referred to in above men tionpd order contains 239 acres 3 and 3d Poles and lies in the rich Plea sant Rpn section of Washington Couh ty than which there is no better land lor corn tobacco and general farming rfeIi ular well chosen site tJarge and well built tobacco barn aid all other out buildings necessary This farm is probably better equipped wIthrespect to turnpikes than any other place in the county being bound ed on the nprth or front by Springfield xIpike frn west by Barbours Mill andILebanon pike The fertility of Us soil the quality II of its improvements and the cpnveni eqce of its location make this fannI certainly one of the most desirable propIThe sale of this property will carrYI with it sfediug privileges for fall ot 1912 and full possession on January 1913 This land will bo offered in two orImore parcels as may seqin to suit purchasers best and then as a whole the bid or bids realizing the most money to be accegted For the purchase price the purchasers with approved security or or sureties must execute bond bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with thqse terms CF BOSLEY MC WC A Suggestion Carry a smile with you as well as a ciliingtjardib is a better introduction Our cnmitiO are caused by misunderstandings and they art all melted in tbe sunshinS oi heart Take4 chip off yoiii shoulders and stop your still hunt i for isults DJ not tke the 1LOOcentiy pro vun thatevery though we eutectained does souietjiing to cur body Pear spoils diges uon niuger benumbs the brain jealousy disturbs the circulation insincerity rfciarts the breath cowardice unst tiles the nerves anxiety robs sleap or its benefit s misunderstanding so upsets the action of the heart that vdriqus disorders may ensue To the contrary each positive hopeful energizing thought makes ubI live longer batter Joy Jubri ates despair clogvthupnyslcal as well as thq merljvl l organism troubletIl 0fmt05 but itftthscat ers ufeim LtenJjoyswellEx rrt 01mliI J 4bE r Jfttto CQLWh- St MANY GOTcrndijRi- nglng Bros Attract Un usual Interest With Many Big Features Ringling Brothers eircuS is iittratiing unusual interest this season bedause ofits many new features and the new aspect giysn the show by the 4d ton of the great spectacle Joan of Arc IITh circus will be seen in Lftbanon Ky on September 5th aft rnnon only and this city and surrounding country wlllbe w eltrepreselted1s it always is when Rlngling Brothers are within excursion distance Tljere Will bea newparade in the forenoonthree miles in iengib The menagerie is practiolly twce as big as it was last srand contains nnhy specimens of strarge animal ljfa new to Am erican zaost Audiences will be entertained by b75 of the great est of Europes circus artists Ohiof amoug the stars whyare Qxpioiiinjr novelties and sensa tional acts are the TyBelT sisters known as The Human IIMiuterflsGJi whose remarkable neria PerformanCR was the lalk of Europe last winte Carlos Cnpsarn known ns the man witl the iron head the greatRnoney family of equestrians the Cast nllun tIit Hines Kimbal1I andtliR Florence f miles of acrobats Joseph La Fleur who does a backwar divn fr m Ihe tome 6f the tent the Schuraan perform irmg liorses three herds of trjrned Elephants that are new to this country ard Copt Hulings fcVro troupes of trainpd sqils and sea lions There are m nymore big acts Novelty and ffreshness are the keynote of the performance and ther are fifty clowns to keep theaudiencp in constant mepi ment Tlurpreit feature of the show iis of course MieJnewly added appctace Joan of A Qitwith a traioload of fsprcial scenery costume l and stage properties and a cat of 1200 characters There is also a ballet of danc ing girls a chorus of 400voices and an orchestra of 100 soloists This is the greatest dramatic and spectacular production ever orerenied in America enacted on a specially ili stake bigger than a hundred ordinary theatres Ifis made portable so that it can be erected in the mali lenteach miining This great entertain mont ii given as an introductory to the regular circus performance ard entails no extra charge of admission j Jpau of Arc tells a masterful story rrom Prepch history iq a thrilling and dramatic wa aod vith the wonderful liUP sion of tons of special scenery and stage ievices In the great faille scene jhe audience is heldspell nound by tho realism of the scen wbile the enactment of the coronation of Gharles VII isbej ond question the mosfaumptuo is and inspiring state picture ver seen- Women r Running For Office Rochester Herald Twentyfour states of the anion this year have women candidates for congress and if is believed hat several women stind a ygood cbanfe of election Sara PlatDecker who died tbe other tray after a surgical operutiou vasanayuw ed candidatC for the United Stilus Senate from Colorado and sgrne political obseivers ii that statQ believed that Mrs Decker would haye been successful if she had litfed It is a new ituittIonybich confronts us in politics and one which ought to be ionsidered very seriously It is a serious siutytonfortht- drat thought which will come tc the poluiccatt philosopher aftei l reflection is that tleqtltj ol AmericatBnantidod must be de teriorating Is it possible that there ite a state In the American union wbich acks two nientjpm l tent to fuTO the duties tta rjniJed Suites Senator lIs itt possible MiattVera fsf a congees alonall district jvliich tudks a tn r pab1 o Jrpresenhtiig hIs coi iiiluentE ortljy gJ ucb bq ilie case fthen the quuiy crt American liIt1 hool1mast be wr fqBS811j1PNi 1S 1ltf A 1EARIi tl sJattf i1E5Sr S5SS4 4S deteriorating F rGlgners who t l visit our shore often speak very disrespectfully of our men They rrgard thorn as nolhipg more than busipessmachinesS j laboring to support the feIIiibineI I members of sociefrv Manyor v tthese foreign observers most of I them indeed regard the Ameri can woman as a very halaw creature but they are all greedjJ1 that the American man isi her lave It is quite natural that they should hink80 forEarope7 Ian pohitics Jlremure virile more masculine than our owrfanS the fviews of iiropean men arnSneldom iuf1unced by femninlnni speculation or whi- mAGreatRecord l V i ThunmanPeterBbfSprlnS deldl Ky jnade thelrfirstshowSof saddle horses at L2icbfieldi Jast week winning the following Aged saddle stallion first on Bourbons Bst 3 year old bar ness stallion first oq JBonrbon Gay 2i yearold sonof Buurbona Best yearling saddle and bar I ness stallion first off Casey JOneS by FOB McDonald saddleSand harness stallicn Bunder one yearold first on j itstu by Uourbons Heat 3 year old jneSSH1Jore first on Lou Cbi6f erofChier thisrnaroqHich Faulbf Colnm 3 roar old saddle mare Lou thIef tnis mare also won 4th ifl the big saddle stake 2 vent old harness mare first on Buchwold Lass second andI 1 lb BoarlbBourbons Best best pair of Jharness horses aegardIes of + age color and sex first on Buchwold LaSs and Lou Qhiefbest torses owned b 1 obft it jdividual or runt ffrst dn ills Honor Bouropn GayI Casey Jones Buchwold Lass iid Gold en Blossom HisHonorthoughS just jecpyering fronia spell ofjn sickness made rather a Brilliant show against aged horses in the Jharness stake winning third place first going to CRed Light andsBcbndtP Sterlirig Nichals 0 great geldmg Farmers Home Journal1 Tlie Choice Of A Husband is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life Pills New strength fine complection pur breath cheerful spiritsrthlngs that win raedjtollbw thefruse tlasyt safe sure 23c at Haydon Robertson I i TheBardtow Fair sl One of the cJ asaie t county fairsi in Keotucky ilsihat of Bardst wnwluch yili bebeld f It this year the first week inSepftember This splendid old IDittt jjfstltatlon is historic btjtji n name Pr land fame It4 grounds are ibeautiful its displays are always1 1 of tHe best and thelbo gitaiity of Its people is unsurpassed From the report ofJts oftcerd this v 6ar bids frHri to e the I livest brightestt and beatot Its history If yon weitOJlave a real gcbd time go IthejJBard town Pair Sept 457rAJ4JN v 1t7 r42 ix Cost of Bad RoswU t t3 45 It costs twqntytbree cents 10 haul a ton of farm produce on semtimprovIioadsi costs a fraction That than tea Y cents If a farojea averajr haul to a shipping point is pins miles he must spend three cents extra for every bushel of wheat ie hauls to market because th Bounty doeimnotbuildgoodroadsS At twenty bushels totblacra and frtyacresof wbeat thi tfarmer raises dna thous 4 bushels of wheats Thus bo muftt spend as u lelsaHM a ba4U roadtax thirty dattra prjr year on wheat ji1lMM If yrj farmer in McCra tiut coait vere Hft for taiE1 of wh t he raised hi1 sr gsr nted Mdfa bmv 444 o ttlitglmty Thb I- he Throws pYIDg bJt at wa ait Deniocrat 1 t Tnt 4S41ADk- iL ji o 3en SPIKGflLD kYDIEind pyjjiPDUY TEUUDLT t SAI61JMf JOSEPH POLIN tEU91 and ub1ishereof iff M i Farmers of the State are to have tb opportunity to haveI demonstration from the Lhe q expert Federal Government S jt a tel a CcmmiMloner J W Newman who syl thatbe Is now assured that T tbf measure will be a go Ten t Federal Detfonstratprs will lake up Ihfr york in various poriIons ot 4e state They waite arran flefrents with some r nfl to plant him iporibri of his fields according t91s own ideas and the demon strlor plants the other oortior r ahu cultivates according to im proved methods thus demo lstof raticgsid8by aide the advantage of his method Secretary New man says that he hopes to have a demonstrator in every county before His term expires It begins to look as if the 1SVotersof Kentucky have chosen isely when tbey elected Mr Nerplan He does nott rolloVd tbingsin which his impracicabletr up of i littleor no interest is taken such as Farmers institutes But is i L ever striving for something 4noyel that be may the better make farming a matter oedncM ation Farmers institutes will be held only where they are request Ied this year The Agricultural Train was a great success and c vefant acre alung the famp line1 is i 4 of t 0I I r Governor M ar8ball Democrat 11 ic VicePreudential Candidate made a telHng speeob afi Port l land Maine a few days ago He t itlacked bpuh the Regular Ice k golar Republican party and 1 likewise the Progressive Re i lening to Mr Rcosevelt bE tfr said Dors any one doubt thaiII ror seven and onebalf years tthe m leader of the progressive part was In power in thb co iDtry Can any one put his finger upon 1t thy f f usiD ieVeiforti made by him U r trtteonopolistic t t ndencj J ii f Tvliichiwasi then ram antjoep a anyonejbelieYe that his new h plaifpim wbich stands both for Socialism and for a system of 42 liceBsicg acd curbing rs any J thing more than a bid for votes tt 4I In regard to the Regular Res4 publican organization he said rthatno one would believe itwhen it says that it is opposed to Ispecial privilege His bold and fearless declura lion nl believe is vested rightsL iut I dont believe in vested 7 wrong is one that will stamp him as the kind of timber wesi are looking lor to elect to tht office nExt tQ the highest I1I I The Department of Education I f his announced the apportiomem r of thepubllcschoot fund amonc the 12CO counties the Per capita J is 400 and to this is added each countys share of the dog tax funds Sothat each county has c more than the percapila of the- State Washington County1s per capita will be402 The per capita is large compared to what tv it has been in years past for up- i B S5S t unif recent years tbe pay was iSS j entirely inadequate to secure Scompetent teachers in mans i schools The present per capita iis none too much compensation 4 for the Important work of the fotettcher tiLl J Washing on countys teachers j ttkirani with the best in tin state and no counw in the stau 1S has better bchools or betiei i better qualified ttacbers than have The teacners are a- lI highly eilueatedand thoroughly 4r competent Lr the work W point with pride to the ft madeby them and to the recoIll oftpupils trained under th r Governor Woodrow Wilsons tannouncement that he will speak I It only on particular5 occasions and that he will make no stumpini1 t ur is being favorably received Sby the CaTOpaign Ccmtnitteps V9e thick tbutihe GrJernor b L right for tle trouble with mal Presidential candidates is thar thev talk too much OQ speak t is said without ttS1iogtourmuch due deliberation 5 We waut deliberation for the Presidency ColrH HGrnt Secretary otKy4rand LOdge bf Masons J f died jondayitj Louisville He waavery brilliant man and hadJ klj Wfi writt3ieVerat tects on Masonic Maters c If 4sirbeTTnited States Congress djournedj sine die last Monday yr altf r one of the longest sessions qJ S history A JWashington Aug 23Aplari assassinate Representative Johnson chairman qZ the of Columbia Committep thus remove his oppositiou evealedlinSneaker Champ Clark and r Jobt soQoTlus Was lea1led odaySThe fcffl la vit was sworn tQip Speakers office recently by reputable cMzen of Washington ridingouan F street carh heard a man say that he had followed Mr Johnson for three nights just preceding for the purpose of slugging the rKen tucklan from bthi wl and killing The Fp aker who isa of close friend off Mr Johnson instantly had his informant prepare an affidavit giving tho name street address and remarks the alleged wouldbeassassin Kbckrun Mr Will Deacon of Tajlors ville was atthis place last week selling fruit trees Mr C R Coulter spent Tues night and Wednesday with daughter Mrs PredSbields Bloomfield Mr D 0 Cutsinger and son Virgil spent from Friday until Sunday wIh their daughter Fr d Milbern of Spring field Mr Elizabeth Sallee of Sharpsville visiting her neice Mrs JB Divine Miss Ida Divine of this pac J visiting friends and relatives CornishvilleMr and Jobn Olaik made afliingvrip to this place last Wednesday Miss Zeha Wohner of Valley Hill spent list week with friends md relatives at this place Mr Walter Hale Bud fainib nd W J Fowler and family IIpentII Long Lick As there hasnt been a Jotter from Ibis place for some time I will try to write a few items Mrs Charlps Milton and son vledford were in Harrod but SaturdayMr Mrs Evert Heudren Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Charley MiltonMr and Mrs Willie Gabhart and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs Abner Hilton Saturday and Sunday Little Ohariie Isham is quite ick at this writing Mrs Levi Brady dmad with Mrs Charley Milton Sunday Mr and Mrs Clol Whitehous spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Henry Isham Mr and Mrs T G Stumph were the guests of Mr and Mrs Elven Anderson Sunday i JO Milton and Settle Stumpii were the guests of Mr and Mrs Virgil Milton and children Sun lay afternoon Mr Charley Lawson spent Sundaywith his sister Mis T BuggIMiss Woodsie Yank y spent Saturday night with Miss Maud tIiltoIThe Ice cream supper given by 1iss Halite Isham was well at tended and all report a good time Those present were as follows Misses Murgie and Augusta ShewraakVr Lllio Young Cor delia Whitehouse Maggie Uel Wilkerson LillieSmdck Settie Stump and Ina Milton Mr ad Mrs Charhy MUUn Mr and Mrs Event Herdren MI- nd Mrs Grant Stum ph Mr Mrs OdisMlton Mr and Ind Tom Bug Mrs Levi y Miss Leltie VVilspn and Mr and Mrs Will Young Mr Chancy Hall Mark Powell Robert Smith Charley Coco naugher Wi lie Milton Joe Dav- IS Lpe Bnpg Hnbcrt Slv man r MQdfinl Mute U iv Brady And iiil 1ii Whit house Alvi iis MntI1 11 Burnette Young and fJartfcrd Isham Cure for Pneurronla Take elx large onions chop them One and put in a pan over tho tire then add tho same quantity of ryo meal and vinegar enough tp make a thick paste Stir thoroughly and letI slmmoi for about ten minutes Then put hrajargo cotton bal and apply tr the chest as bot as can be borne In ten minutes apply another By ro heating the poultices continue for a few hours The patient will be much improved Three or Iota applications are sufficientOut of Place why all those contortions Oh ivish I had an idea for a poem What do you want to put an idea into a poem for Louisville CourierJour DL Tile Cause of Mcxiiy Sudden Deaths I There Is a disease prevailing in this S late ountry mostdangerous because d- ecepU 1deathsiby it heart disI Icky vesease pneumoniarheart or rent apoplexY are cften ttcky the result of kid be ncr d ease If the kidney trouble is ci ass allowe d toadvance t thekidneypoisoita o ed tack the vital organs causing catarrh of to the blal1derj brickdust or sediment inFait the urine head ache beck ache lame five dizziness sleeplessness nervous olds less or the kidneys themselves break jiily lowe and waste away cell by celleiBladder troubles almost always result chest testbetterquickest by proper treatment of the kidneys iSwampRoot corrects inability toJal bold urine and scalding pain in passing it Is and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ar being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during cn the night The mild and immediate effect lenS stilIigcause of its remarkable health restoring nlg properties A trial will convince anyone iated SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and n ay onedollar size bottles You may have a j sample bottle and a book that tells all inker about it both seit free by mail Addressbi Dr Kilmer Co Binghafuton N Y When writing mention reading this gen eroua offer in this paper Dont make lId any mistake but remember the name Mtool SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell Irs you something in place of SwampRoot lilt if you do you will be disappointed llle Rather Unreliable Iuut You say that you rctuse to belIeve the sworn testimony of this mantucl asked the examining barristerPrh1That Is so replied the witnesscl What reasons have you1othWhy I know the man He hateBI to tell the truthIts absolutely elgn to his nature He and I were at the same school and iio used to cry ut bitterly when the teacher made him lIIe repeat that two and two made fourLi Have you any further reminiscences sir This rather srcaEtlcal ly from tbe man of law Oh dear me yes Once he was ill and described his symptoms so that the doctor prescribed for water on the knee when he was really suffering from Inflamed tonsils LotrdsOnDanlng rt CK of th3curlOk o Irrigation tt it sometimes aooeatary to drain h lends Vhon the lands are sltu atJ on a comparatively level the water from the Irrigation ditch aboveE seeps along the line betwen the rock formation and in many cases accumu some lates in such an amount that It actualwi ly becomes swampy Then it has toU1 be drained Just as in the case of the terthe south It seems strange to witLi ness the laying of a drainage systemm In arid country but it has been ItjoneLach ice user of Irrigation who foils mayIII trnce his lack of success to the too lie literal use of water Instead of water ly ing he realty drowns his cropsl ive All That Was Left netA large boarding house caught fire during dinner and much confusion re suited After the worst was over thelflt landlady who was a philosophical soul remarked that it wl11a blessing ion olll that the fire liftS not hqppened atthe night as some life might have been lost little later the colored boy who berd her ill this mysteripusly called aside and cautiously exhibited a great f f bunch of dark tangled hair Dont cay notbin Miss Nora he whispered Dis nub is worse dan It pears Onfs 111berr111I dies Homo r JournaljBet Way to Restsf Sometimes the host way to work is to toke a tew hours of relaxation betfure dunging Into troublesome duties It is Impoi Iblo to rest unless there aru quiet and calm In the mind and in heart and soulpeace ones IIA fYonbJe wprrJ brain disturbs will the efitire physical farces making one met incapable of wok or ones best of ville fortsItike There is a great difference between whi tho naturally lazy person and one who knows the need of rest Ono cannot find pleasure In rest unless one works Ihe for otherwise there is ho contrast Its like eating when one isnt hungry NoI h hurried flurried fussy woman can ever bo beautiful Her ReasonIMrs Blood ood Is sending out a cards of invitation for a little dance Wants to entertain a few friends does she Y s3nd to snub a few moreI Harpers BazarIl Against All TraditionS ot That millionaire Is a very queer the chapIJ ever claims ho was happier when he was pt or Always says ho is hnp1 per iioAt ItFortune From Watercress Mrs James is said to hare amassed i8 a fortune of by selliug water lish cress at Covent Garden market Ion don1olra James has been selling watercress ever since sho was five years old beginning with two swallII baskctfls Uard work U the socratlof success Mrt James declares ILt stand out in the open every morning from three oclock till ten and after that I have to look after the fr sh cut watercress which arrives from my lana by every passenger train Study your customers never disappoint rtdthem the best and yourIthemgive Mrs James has a handsome house in London a house inI the country a watercress farm andfkeeps a motor launch SElaborate Apology the What db you mean by waving that sredasked the Irate engineer thfe You irons us replied Meandering Mike Ve was lioldiaa little meet in Wlrat you saw was de new an tlutet Was 1C2 and Didnt Know it John Wilson naval pensioner tbo are has died at Bexhlll Sussex 102 Ilun lid not know that he was qI pen tenailan HiS true ttKe was onlydll ovaredV after his death jvhen his naval service payers wore examineij Previously his agobad been sUmatdE ed from tLo date of his battisni at 99w London Dally Mail I GREAT +tOR H SHOW Pair List Hsad1I by 1000 Stab worof Sobt 914 he horse show feretnre of the KenIState Fair the edofSept promise ot b nit the greatest of Its kind ejter held in Ken ortlie south ind visitors will atroned an opp tunlty of Beefjjg greatest nurubei and the hlgheitI show horses rer gathered ther in a similar xhlbltion in any of the country Thefllst of events be deckled during the week of the is hcnifod liy tl 000take for gaited snddle irses threeycar andover tntrlf to which closed With the exl jption of one oth stake of the same value this is the saddle horsQ stake to be con for In Amen a this year nnd nnse of this fact he entries with thirtee closedl l Tgest number ever entered in event inAmeric Of the thirteen ominatious made tieysepreseat elev Downers und it lj 6crtain that at elev jn will ba shown In the big FridaycbtIn the rich pi 7e ore Powhattan Tpolrkhe Loulsvllu one entry P W Bowling Oreej two entries the ndulnte farm of lonel Harry Wets of Shelbyvlll two entries nail rothers Versailles one entry Collins Kedmond and Ato G Jones North leown one atry cactt JJ L Son Woe Jburn one entry Itlchnnl Tusk r Lowndes Dan one entry Ri bcrt E Moreinnd cxlngton Illckma Ormsby Loul4 and MntlucI j Shropshire Wits tester oQe untfy e ch the hordes will not be named Sept tlc 1st of eligibles In such stnr rformers as Ken s Choice Sa lie Mnccy Kexall Hazel Dnwj Major Dare Mar King NIiol Plate 1rincess und of equal tOther events fort hree and five gait saddle horses itwell as for light nirness horses Insi re the horse show the State Fair tills year will prove of the grailes attractions In the tory of the Fair ENTUCKY TATE FAIR NOVELTIES of the Bett Planned Is a Farm Boys Encampment succeetlii year brings utw eatures to the tKentucky State Fair iti point of iistructiou others in of ninusem nt This year tle one t the best features planned by le Fair management the holding o a Farm Boys Kit tunpment durlll the weel of the Fall Is planned to have one boy from of the 120 oAmjos lu the state this elicit nt This will gIve representatit boy from each conn a chance to e awl to study the eSt that is Iblr in the way of stock fnrn lsttucts improved nutliods Improv machinery nude In every appl luce anti tool iu use onnll up to date farm Tho kuuwliHlct mill educational ben derived fruit this auip of lastruf will be spre d ttroadiast through the entile sitte The selection of buys will be laile on a vompetitlvt niulnatlon of ways by u committfti- iiuposed of tin loimty school sillier it inleht a met htrf the state Ixmrl uiirliiiUuiv iiiit member or 4tU rnculty of the hutiltnre tIIegc Tin ill iiiil must Ptwe n itie aje u iiiitfii uiJ ii ears ami illtit sue ttii wiirS the farm The s iv tc KiiUiii liieuiix itol and not 1SrII uiiiii the suljit ii imr llnuie lai till essity unisi In the hiuilrj of the tmitulttee ie the Jitlin AiixuKt The alpli- ant eiss ii tie5 tbe ltgLuii tanrliuu ill lit entitlisl tnlI free trip the 111111 titc Fair frog earli c1iI11 fr e trmussiiiiiia- tItii iiiijilt tit the Full riiilniN lit fiiiuil Hie iMiys will K at liie rail iay siatiuu loni liyjJjl guiiilesliii tlxui to lie Fair grounds it h pli e Hit xvtU lie under the Im initllule sMiuii nf Professor T Bryant of ihe ri ultnrai college iirMi of itiulxuu exhibits 1uys will Ih ilccl in small groups IIuirgu of toinpi Int instructor It U till hop a lid iuteutiou of ItI Kentucky Stati FiHr inunaguiueiii 10I Liaixtf tll Ii ila ure atmili 11Imauent one in iiii treat a JIq1 apinoflntlou i hi uiinu anti jaunt nf Mate fair el bit will be aroused II The Ga ie of Lacrotse The jnue k own as lacrosse was- rlglually tilayi y the nuadlaii lii tails aud fnii them adopted tiiivviv Iriiili 1IIih 11 i111 iudh1ltnitiil Sians The ohjeVl of the slime is the bait tlinnuu l8 sit lad iiiil of the field Ilie IIIIiIi iiftially twelve ou a lide In t the Iitroaso Assocla m of was forriied awl nu ml Ian team Isiteu Oieat Hritatn great xcltement Tho game one of will niiortance in tli Eng spoiling rill pA H man Sieve Kinks Why i 0 you cull hhn the liu sieve J uks Because every hlnK he takes up tails through Cin luimtl EnquIre New Vrks Pushcarts It nil the p slicarts street stands cddllnltbusto tad in ne unbroken line they ould reach from tb Battery to Yonkcrs a dIst nee of seventeen miles There are tho sands upon thousands them t everyhingad lot tromp lrot shoe laces to complete f irnlshmgs for a household Approxl uately 120000 men wo on and child en are dependent upon pushcart b isiness for n livelihood The business one has been conservn lively estimated at more than 5000 WorldfiTile Delhpcr ta are not taking the election of WI son for grantedj They working and working harder than score of eats and working asa united party It Is reported that papers which are supporting the bull moose or ered extra fujqts of Is And they be neede1 when Teddy gets to talkinz 5L i ft 1t-= r Ai a 1tiJ e fSEsass I t L tr IBmDI LAKE CO1- I IIe0AL GRAJ DEALERS N IN EED1 1 ti = Fr l buhe1andIload1 way you GET NO LACK You can noJuuse I slack in a stove of grate So why buy it Be I moneybydoingsoit YIe BDLAKEdCO1i g I L 8 + J Gag for Noisy aeIThe geese which play an Important role In ascertain opera receitly pre lented In Milan Italy have been noisy of latodurtug rehearsals drowning the voices of the singers that a veterinary surgeon was consulted tho other day and he ov rcnn too dim rutty by inserting in the bill of oath goose a chloroformed plug cutting temporary pnralysij of tho vocalI chords just ticfc5the risias o curtain i Exigencies of Art When Richard Mutiafield was rehearsing the minuet scene in Beau Brummel the end rtf the music left him with one foot lperqed in MId air Poised on the other toot the ac tor burst Into explosive auger demanding in no ityrertatn tono of voice GIvo me a chord to put my foot down onl The inusiclaus Jumped to their instruments and to a grand blare Mr Mansfield planted his foot on tho stage The Woman Who Acts Naturally Women who aro not anxious about tho effect they Produce women who act naturally baVe n wonderful advan tage ove the aelfcuiisi ioua those who arocither vain or tht1r bounty or dissatisfied on account of tliilr lack IOf it All this tafces away from their natural charm their understanding thai sympathy Many people expend much sympathy on themselvgfc they have nuno to spare fur any 1that clio Ages of the Earth French Scientist luftrua lm that Mio earth may bo lOvOUOOO jvurs id although other scientists have ever dared to estimate tbo Re jur pip net at more hAn IVtMOOt fears Wo would brcotue viuJly iii eresteri in this matter if it voiejfoi for she fact that it would h jort HI bard as evor to stay fit the cuth oven we wart establish p oof of tint orcctae ot Ihe Fruies scLntteLse Jurate 4 Lived Wisely anwVtV I Felix Scbweighofer tho Oermari comedian who diet recently left AP estate valued at 1000000 iicrka and commentIng on the oxtruordlcary fact one of his biographers says lie was a model citizen ftiV ll as a great ac tor As a citizen he was ccnteot to bo one of the great majority nnd had no ambition to be ono of the grand 1class He waa thrifty jut his puke was never closed against the noedy and what ho did for them was done In secrecy He was not like many gifted and consequently porular rib tors who have their regular court Their flatterers press agents and eVen scientific helpers They live in snlen dor and In the glory which they par chase They enjoy their lives not so thoroughly as did Schwelghofor but what reiaalas when their curtain has feuccnded is not often a million Sold Wife to rriena At the villgeof Utznaehf witsep and the other day A curious sale opk place WIth her own colJsent woman was sold by her husband to anther man an Itallai and a friend f the Swiss couple The prloe asked by tho aff tctionate husband was four dollars To furtker llesallJle the bargain tile Italian procured two witnesses to the transaction and had a contract written on stamped govern ment parr j SHE BLAWES lnT Wiri Mrs Villiam PI c i Dotlge ocd Husband Becirf jncann In fluencc Ruled Him The incuny iiKe of a txijri uile is said to hue been reiqieniIil- for the divorce action wbJch Mrs Vil lam Phelps Dodge hs v won against her ruiilionafre husbiv The decree tfrh was eignftl in PhilaTlHphia wouu sve been grnnt cnl several wekIt is urdor tood but the JJt iiited to mui a longer ivesiigua of the uflusua charges broigtit by the girl viie or the widely Kr wn nuthor rnd lawyer According tlp prpcrs In the ctC Mr Dodfte who vyeJxht vrar old met his VJii in iJ here at She rys on election islt nr d PtH an impetuous v t nirr married IHT in London on Jnijuary In HHO Prior to that tiiie she and her sit ter bad btn In ta cftorus of rla vnna a muicaied playing at the Casino Despite tile diTr e in tbd ago the bride ws jthlcnlhu cot nie lived hri iv lor fi couple o months aftcjr tlu wIrfugk TlhU Mrs Dodge charges tli lrilof Mr Dodges first wife ivL aperd fore him and btn to pick ci hi r successor Young Mrs Iu said tht when evir she wore a ii a viiIti lilly thing that tht1 Mft Dod h- alioseid till litcrs spirit would ap Jtiirbcforch r hi and deman that be have It ic d at once sAnd according tiio girlwife thi lritwie was lwys obeyed j This treatmer ict on tbe nenre the youthful Mrs 1r re finally anl Fhe pitkrd iii returned IB tUii country leaving Hedge In London la ltQ jN avt1yiere Sill Sbpi115d fArc C tk1Qurh br- rjn r fpvtf eb tha 11 yiAts 11 runrttur treat t It 1 i iiai hic tI 1ii Ofk renhg Cr At the mlx J r TC9ntl a charr of arson vu prcc u a Uast a shop hoper whose iicn are sItuated u Voosung tosll Ar evidence hai boon arttliu J tho r r9ed was dia cliorrred eaya the rrti China Dailj News His asil tout who wa alsi before the ccurt received eta weeks Imprisonment for careleaairtak iajcon noction with the outbreak Mat Death In Strange trtshori A curious total accident oecurrei the other day in rtbora France at DetaiL An eiiniT wu trying mew motor on til biphin In tW she belonging to k Molneae the avis tor Ills nautikr couWln the pro poller ud wound urouad the chat dragging the unforrunats Mast withu reach of Ute lftdc lie WM xild his rtwll fractured OrltHIr MuWMjUum When Mu olnA king of Qwrla died Itla wtdoWretfover 1hI d1bt aos 4si1oatt- ontb that Uti wprM soe M Af ScHHttot sid crt1tc frost rery kKoioi Iiuuttweri itio w 8CkaJlc1a e peB8itm pared aDd tr ye c the wdik Wee pursued tk8 it v wet fl1d eYei litttiis daeth ot his Kta w It if Irtom ihls UuiJeat that th re o tho word aiiiscleura n naLViis n ttatey tO4b m ul 1l1lb cp 4 Exficiitors SaleiJi = Ilyr L I byhtt 0 t sS =I Tuesday f 4SeptftfflberflJt u Jj di oclcca p m offer fvr sate on the premises to tbt higiiebt and best bidfltr the following described parm to WIS t 1 The home place ot the late Rchsrd Sale situated 8 c wiles from bpiiiiKti cl Ky and 4 miles frutri Valley Hill rulrouii station ou tbeJSpriogneld4nid WJaliou Lick turn 11 piiie and on the waiSrs ol the Littip l3tech1 containing baskcmiimprovmnentstWIlt ur timber great q aniiy of fvctists nod is all good touaeco land and well watered Land will be sold by 4 c tin cro and wiJToe surveyed to the purchaser if he so 11 1r 4USitCl = ISEEUtItyLaid will ba ofiI4n Poc thirdcash re f luamder in mine two an4Lhrttajs tetittn notes funde- I fffred payments bwiring 6 per cf7 tr omda I i wiJih lien reserycd on mud F EancflJMSaIeI Exedutors of Richard Sale JQ a a ta u wjr = f 6 BIG IAVS6SEPTEMBER 9 10 11121314 1912 AT THEi Effl iiituekf State Fair F LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED DAILY RACES FREE P1TTRACTlONSCLEPN MIDWAY LIBERATIS B P Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RA tQADRA Fer Information Entry Blanks Catalogue AddresS J LPENT S CY 32p PAUL lONE DUILDII LOUISVILLE PuMP tiUNUfIIIIF Solid Breech Hammerless Safe BottomEection empty shells arctjirowi downward smoke andgases must go the same too uninterrupted oghttrapid pointing always Solid BrceCh Hammercapcrfecfly ba1anceda straight strong sweep of beauty from stocklfo muzzle Three Safety DcvicesaciWontaI discharge impossible SfflipleTakeDbwn qoartet lumof the barrel does itcarrying cleaning interchange of barrels made easy your fingers arc your only tools SFer trap or field york the laslest asIan pelafer 1 our dealer has one look U orer today Remln fon ArmsUaloa i Metallic Cortridg Co I 299 Broaifway 5 NWY Ji iT r d oneJtr yeaIrt tnd i theLuisvilei- vehihg5Post i 1 1 = ji t r uilil Nov ir for I 150 7 i G T BURTON 9 tDENT DENTIST AH Work Guaranteed 7r f tiHONEf62Rc 1 5 IPPIOMLtagalrBlock tip stairs SPklNGFlBLD KY f r DRJC MUDD- W d t pbySi and Surgeon t Office hours 8 to 9 arn ltD2pUL1- rh QvferHaydonsDrugstor tf+ WFGRIGSBYA- TTOBNEYATLAW it J Office orer Peoples Hank J HPRINOFIELD KY 0 V D MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug- Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 m to 12 m 4 to 5 pm iMc WILLIAMS Notary Public J W1LLISBURG KY DepociUons a Specialty JOHN YIIMAYS t IHJIEBAL oiHtCIO- RViWUCHSEDEMBlltMEB TELEPHONE QAy19NIQHT74 SPRINGFIELD K- Yit I DR H FV TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOflice over Haydon Barber Pfental work reasonable prices fi work guaranteed j SPRINGFIELD KY S rJ4 1 PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to quit farm Viocr lwiil on 6 f1 jlSatiirdaylSep2lJ9lZf II offer for sale my farm if not sold privately b foce Said farm eISt 7 miles west of Springfield on thc Bearwalloro atd Fredericks town p k I will also on same dateoffer my stock crops farrnlhg Irppemensste J C NSQR i At Auction wOnSaturdayAug 24tUat 2 P M Twill sell at public auctio1 some house ajad kitchen furnij ture Terms cash except fr- ten dollars or more which must be made negotiable Mrs 0 0 LaroDtoti J tINotice0 j NosrciIS given that Peerson aInd Sp1inj F t ha te dUsolVrd paVtnBrihTpsijnuMHnyotie have claims jtgVjnst rsaid Hfm they wiIl prestht hmor pa ujent f t ML Peterstn v tJt SpaldinLI 1i r1 t TOWN I iUvmw iniOO ilmnwMWC Local Happenings of Interes i The Freshestand Latest I r I All About Yourself FrIe- ndtan Acquaintances H Il The banks will close every day dnrjng the fair at 1280 jjNew Pelt Hats in whitei nd colds Mrs Williaihs v FOR SiEWagm and set of double harness T P OBcyan Moving pictures every night during the Fair at Walnut treet Theatre Remember we have everything new in summer felts Mrs Williams 0 L Brady Spriiigfield Ky R R 3 has for sale 150 bushels oWlite Seed rye FOR SALE Two thoroughbred South Down buoks 0 Li Crundy RRt oulHChurch Has rooms and hall located on It acre lot Apply to T F or J R Montgomery Chemical Dry Cleapirig Frencb Dry Cleaning Sponge Cleaning Hat Reblocking and Dyeing Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer PropI rStrayed on my farm near Fen wick one white sow weighing about 250 pounds Owner may thisIi VB Jeffries While attending the Fair have your suit or trousers pressed while jou wait in the parlor plenty of reading matter and work done to pleaser Spiingfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer Prop StrayedFrom my place about 10 days ago a light red sow with a few darkspots weighing about 300 pounds Not marked but due to pigs Any information leading to her recovery will bel rewarded B D Clements Aunt Teresa Walker a highly respected colored woman died at her home near Valley Hill last Monday of pneumonia and was buried at St Rose Tuesday Every Body como to the Washington Co Fair and have your measure taken for a new Fall and Winter suit and overcoat Ladies Tailored suits and skirts made to measure also here is the place first class work and Guaranteed Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer The Law says a bushe of coal jis 801b We have always given you 80 lbs of coal for a oushpl Economy says have your coal Joaded with a fork We load all of our wagons with a fork See that youget your coal load ed witha fork so that you get no slack You cant burn slack Why buy it B D Lake Co Prof Hart has been employed by the Cbunty Board of Education to teach the CcuntyPigh School The High Schoil will commence earlyiin September tIle building iin tvhich it will be con i ucted has not vct beau secured TOPICS I HJI rth V MANNING fDENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McEIroy Shaders grocery Phone234R HoursS to 12 1 to 4 Tri State Good Roads IThe will bo held at Mam Cave October 4th and 5th 1912 Immediately followingthe ineetury there will be a big barbecneTheObjeQt of the Meeting is to make a start that will ultima ely result in good roads in everv county in the state a Stigall land was sold IToeay at the Court House and was purchased by Messrs Chas M McChurd and HWiI1 Homan for 5055 per acre The farm ccntaips 162 ares and while the land is some what tired it is one of the best farms in tre county being in the best tobacco region of the county Monday was County Court day there was little business in the court In the Ed CuoicUjoad motion complainants were given until the 7ih day off September to file exceptionsto the report of Corn missioners The will of Mr W D Lea was offered for prqbate and proven accordingItoThere was some stock on the streets all ot which sold for good prices The sale of Mr and Mrs J H Lampion last Saturday was well attended and everything sold well Dr aud Mrs Lamp ofrLoulsvide futUleIDocILamptonIJin thecquuty and has ever been highly regarded as a physician and surgeon He will quit the practiceof medicine and devote his time to working in an indus trial insurance COil PLiJy of which his son Dinwiddie is chief manager H op at Opera House The Springfield hop lub will give a IiofaL the Opera House tonight Thursday The music will be furnished by the Grella Gaiiie One of the tirst games here for some time was wnen on last fue day the Crawford Comedians crossed bats with the local boys The game wasi nte restingthroughout and resulted ina tie game the score being band 5 Caught In Hay Bailer Loo the son of Mr TI F Montgomery had ttie misfortune lo get foriously hurt last week while bailing nary The young warm was putting hay in the bail legIpresIj I willIthe accicrent ittm1l ifVII It MPmfuf Hml ffi MH rl I I Of I E You are cordially invited to attend our i0 t H Fall Tailoring Opening Ei r JUJv t rr ive krf held by sJE f VW i 4 jJSA A c HAMBURGER SONS s E ilt S 5 Merchant Tailors Baltimore e ii Sj 1 Saturday Monday and Tuesday t 3rdisEi s you a Ibeaulful all wool line ofthe latest Fall creationsand take your iS fi measures Fit guaranteed d 1GRUNDYMcINTIRE 3 rSPRINGFIELDi I ww klAi aIi II JJ iillli ij jJ Jtj Oiil diO jiJj tJti JfJ Jitj Springfield City Tailor I Suits preyed ge ite 40pii f radios SOc pantst pressed 15c- P Farm WBaumbaUpr For SaIL PropI Near Woodlawn iil Nelson County 125 acres of aood land l1st t1 ss improvements n a pike and near a R R Station l Terms oasy Call on o address E Ni Fulton Barrlslowiii Ky For Sale t 1 I desire to sell priyjtely my farm bear Springfiild ICy consisting of 1215 acres Farm has on it 2 good dwellings good lobacco and stock barns Has on it two never failing walls and is otherwise well watered 40 acres bottom lr nd II jPi1 wick Good Farm of bale i I desire to sell privately ray farm of 140 acres loci ed three miles from Lebanon on pike dwelhngIand new outbuildings t ins well improved in every waw Call on or writeV T M Arplei i Let non Ky Squire Hendrens CrtWude Hardin aJttried in rEsqiiire Nimrod Jllendrens Court on last Tuesday in his ex amining trial on a t i barge of Petitt Larceny He w livedi examination and was bed to the Grand jury on 50bJwhich be IRoyCrouch I e1 keel ing plettdguilty to a harge of Breach of the Peac and were each Lined OLe cent anil the costs Goes Free Jim Dade Chessal and his sister were tried iu jud 50 Litseys Court last Friday on rt charge of obstructing the public road The case consumed the ntire day and resulted in a verdict of not guilty in the case d fainst Jim DodoChesser and wa dismissed by the Common caltli in the case against his sister be Com monwealth was reprji set kd by Runs W C 3ilcUUd F Neikirk and John A olin while the defense was repri sented by Hots John w Lewi and W F Grigsby It was alleged that Jim Dade Cheser and his sij r had ob Biructed a public roa by locking a gate thereon Ime claimed that Unreal defenseI that had not been public road hut V s used bv certain persons byI ermision Much interest was m nifested in the 3ise and a large crowd was imtown A Fine Band Lust year tlu Fiii Asociation secure for the I ir Grelhs Band of Lexington Ky The general public was well pleas ed vitry time Bathat thel Directors secured tt services of the same band this Jar and so far as we are contieIIleu it is our hope that they nil secure the same hand for sev0 at years to come They are if anything beticr this year thx last year iCI lis is not a ban that hits to play rag time to pit so but they hiirve thu ability to lay the most classical music so pleases not only thu tiajtjatit but the untrained ear us w Grellis ILmdav ben g opoii air concerts e h fgI and evening n lie street 1dldwlalecrowd rendered II Triv lore in true Grand Opera Stvle The Fair Ass uci ion is to be congralulated upii their good Judgment in ng the services of so gOld a It is worth the pi wdIsion Jieilito hour Band Incubator Free A new 126 egg incubator of the best WaICO will ie giynu Free to the Lady or us the largest Chirsending up yearly 31 st at 25c each Write for pa ticulaj and sample copy OUR COUNTRY Incubator Dept Commerc ilI Bldg Louisvmll Ky CASTOR I AFor Infants antt Children The Kind You Hay Always Bought Bears the SIguature of e r A GREAT FAIR I Now in Progress at The ftiir Grounds Good Music r Good Stock Good Crowds and f Good Shows IIt I l ItedI quite large number of exhibits in the first days class aua the stock exhibits were good It logics as if this years Pair would be one of the most entertaining ever held In the Fairs hstOllOue thing for wiiich we have always contended in l3airis a number of good not the usual good for tbeII shows but real live shows some meritto them one when some one goes in he would feel like recommending his frieudou the outside to go into While there have been some fairly good shows on the grounds some years this Is time first that we really feel that our wishes Wall be realized for two good coin pauesare in town one at the Opera House and another at thuj bair Grounds and both are dandies they are shuws that were not afraid to give a concert ILOI amid instructive About U5 ithli it the appearance of a miniatuie circus i City OrdinanceS The City Council of City of Spvihgi ield Kentucky do or dain as fuhows Tt at there and lUere is hereby fixed license tax 01 1000 per beII to retail soft arintis not in filet with the laws of Jhe state Kentucky on said subjtci Section 2 That there be and there Imereny fixed u liceused tax o 3300 to hold a fair tilt jpij uieuto of thlfj fee andII permit any fair association sell such concession or privilege a they deem proper to be held on their grounds end the piy men t of tie 35 00 as aforesaid 8 mil also cover all concessions a d prviileges Approved AugII 2 1912 MayorICOpy PERSdNAL IIvilluII lhomas and family MI f J Hamilon of Louis vilJpis visiting frienos h ItIMr Marshal Duncan moved his oihcq froa tlw Rob ertson building to the office re cently occupied by Win Ji JSe lecman Dr Jolni SpaUling and wife of bah r aUe City UtaU are Ihol guests of his parents ChicagollIIIOf G Mr M1 r tiof Lquisville is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs P C Cloaver Dr G T Burt n is visiting his parents ii Madison county L B Cain Arthur McGhl 1M Misses Kitme Simn S and Ie Cain T re ii1I1airtell 1It ny lb l Cihl of Indiana t Lhlcrplace f MISS Lucy l3lantItord has re turned from OwelJ bolo Ky Mrs Kate Williamshas re medtfrom the East where she has been purchasing Fall millinery Miss Mary Gloason has re turned from New B wen where she has been vidiliuKi friends r Miss Eleanor Clements re turned from Louisville Sunday Mr Amos of Warren C untYIL who will lcas judgboethe horses at tlrefaii arrived horn Tuesday Misses Ella Johnson ands Margaret POhnof Louisville a are the guests of Misses Emma and Julia Polio Mr John Handy of Kansas attending theFair isI l c IMlI1 Mary Scott Stratton of d JBloomdtjld is the guest of Mis ij Naomi Rug rs J tf ad Miss Margaret Sprague andc Miss Ter si Rrtcanusof Lois vlle are e st3Qf Missf r 2 iijI J- t JUST RECEIVED l- AI Big tlll oi o Lot I t I LADIESTAILORED CoATnITsII II Cut andrndeinth1ateti Falll and Winter Styles Prices Aill SURELY PLEASE YOU i1 I t We have also receivedi llarge ass JrtmiBM of ladiesi Mens and Childrens t RAINCOAT We urge the trade to th make their selections early before they are picked over I CUT PRICE SALE Of all summer goods still going on and will continue un ttl Sept lst Came and eofthes great bar gains ALWAY S GLAD TO SHOW YOU THROUGH iI THE ROBERTSON CLHBROOKGO i jORPO1tTD I m t jf T O r 9 I I I NOW ft 1 t I IAND SAVE MONIpI ing August 1st i9i2we will fill I Your Coal House with High Grade j Iii TENNESSEE COAL at I I II15cI c per Bflsfieloh Oar or 16o deIiQRedIiII fl- II 80 lbs 1 Ghe bbuShel 1 I IMcCLURE 8DEALERS MAYjS II- JS 8omf tII5i T sf u Koauor Duncan tlr Brent R btMis of Bo vlmg Jtvon nnd Mr Chfrrey lli a bertii r Dnn fr Colorado are yisitinjr their Mr and Mis S Robert Mis Ciiarl lt Val Simm is visiting fr ends in Uvrs vn Mr rom Edelen and wife of Louisville are the guests ofMss Carrie Rlie1eriit Mr GC Wlmitonj and wife ave rnr ed from ah Extern rip Mrs T Scott Mayes and Dim ghter Mss May have retucfiefl from Washin ton D C Mr G D Duncan left Wed nesday for a trip tj New York o buy fall Goids jthef j Prtf I IT Hart of Lexington Ky was in tvn yesterday on business Bon W U MoOitofd snlJ ville yesterday Mail Carriers WUIFIy This is a age of greal Discoveries i Progress rides on the air Soon we may ee Uncl fiam mail earners fljringin directions transporting mail Peo pie tale a wonderful interest in a dEs j covery that benefits thorn ThatY why Dr Kings New Discovery fttf J QUis Colds and othur tlmromt am4 lung diseases js the most lue Jh America Ult etirmI pularInediII midful caugh1 jtts w tJckney on r ldlaftr oetfis trotment anti al othor rent mO1ittd u iIEicelinttor eougha Olds or Iny bronchial affection Price i JIlC ani l0 Trial lottlr fsa st aydon Robert ir Reli bland GOmpr6hensiY Telephone SerYlcee Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber 4land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal servicei that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Distonce con nectionsto nil outside important cities and towns You get cxotly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand is j not for cheap telephone service hjut for reliable and comprehensive tele phone serviceS v CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPHCOMPAIYSIncorporated r a aaaaa aaa aa J F DAHEEHOLD Pres and Treas J F DANNEHOLD Jr Vice President OioTVYMAN i SecretamyS Main Street Tobacco WarehouseCoS MAIN IINCORPORATED I iNDEPENDHHTi r 1 4D NNE HOLD CO Proprietors 2325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th XOUlSyiLl EKYI Storage Fouriotbsire of CHare Best Light in City Auction Sales Dallyt Best Inspection Returns Promptly Made SS fMark YourH9gsheadsJliiAlNSTRErr HOUSE SPECIAL NOTI 3E OTn T9BAQGO GROWERS Those whoJhave not yet received those vdvtiabe certificatea should write at once to the lain Street Warehouse Company s r5 it MMM 1 r L fr mI flMt 11UILE 3outh l3ouiiii North Boulid to iouiiflIo 4 ukrd4LSIiLIraiJqtovniJet 2F9m20 702 7O 415 W4O Bafi1ston 316 1b25 146 C4f SOfl5Sjniiigficldt l20 ms 1j99Ar Ar I Ar SUI Jj 1 7 ir 1iC 1Jt TOWS PART 1 1J INTHELECTION i 1rII11IIr Wife Has fliM For tout MUXCE OF THEIR LIVES r l The Mptlficatjan of th Indiana Ex cutivc For Dimocratio Vjca Presi j snY Hoijr a R cord Breaker lyJL HAMMOND OfoDarnocratlp Nationa Publicity Bu J renu- fedlnnapolli Jnst about the time IMt thousands of friends of Go7 eiwr TUomas Riley Marshall were Mictauly wanting to shake his band In CMCntalatldn over bis acceptance as i iuEIdite of vice president on the JMaajik ticket a smiling woman MVpd before him and If one could tier keri what she whispered In his r Itwbnld nave been something like r JSWtWsiiirri In Tom and change your ItML Aa4 Torn llarsbnU forgot to shako 1hi6 with the enthusiastic friends tfl had carried out the orders t rreMLla M has honored four of her sons M tiC presidential candidates on the Democratic ticket but the crowds that t pisoMis L UABSHAIX greeted Governor Marshall In the big I coliseum la tile state fair grounds here today were the greatest In the history otfbeparty The west wanted to show the east wfat onld be done In notification hon ohdwhi1e Mrs Marshall was hap kyLf course over the nonors for hej NDdta1i waS also worried for her huabaBd conies mighty close to belni k iatherr husband son and partner all In one And when a woman has that com I bination on her hands to care for she has every right to be wprrled Governor Marshall will never gain any honors as a hammer thrower Be Is not built that way While all the country was reading I j ittwyjgorons words of Governor Mar ablrfblcbtold the voters what be expects Democracy to do In carrying out the pledges tot the next four years Ifs worth while to kqow what parts woman Is taking In the affairs of the I campaign how Tom Marshall bap I pens to be In the position In which be stands today ibegood people of Columbia City Ino Dev r thought Thomas ruler Mart shall jras a marrying man for for ty years be bad lived wjtb hls parents nursing both his rather and mother Who were Invalids which vas the tea t ion Governor Marshall was Dot a mar tying man Be felt his first duty was I tojils parents t Meeting Mrs Marshall After the death of his parents Gov ernor Marshall dived deeper Into his Jaw practice and one day an urgent i1caetoohhim to Angola lad His du ties called him to the county clerks of 4nd there be met Miss Lois Kim eyvdaughter of the county clerk who waVasftlsting berfother in the office Prom that day Governor Marshall bad oiore business around the county clerks oulce to Angola than any law fyerln half a dozen nearby counties Governor Marshall was fortytwo years of age when be was married Mrs Marshall being nearly twenty Sjarshi Junior Tfie ilarsballs bad been married tinlly a trw weeks when the future vice president was called tunb adjoining rujoiuity all n e that would consume j acme live ur six wet ks of his time jVSUjjow did pot want tobe starting bJDftUke thnL O56y rnor Marshall cx Iplained to a friend one day so Just 5 told Mrs Murxttall that thought she ahouul gr niojig And she dIdtStnoe theb Governor Marshall has Mnf rer nuidf n trip without Mrs Mar bitirniujnIn They Have traveled tiTlovit the iituutry totn her they iTi baniiiets Iud polltl h 11NthlJSlu j jtethgr until hf frlinds of the lniliiiaI olive rrr to him Jtnd his JU plril rT1II Vlarolnlll not over rrpugl explained nne of bU friends1WbijE not jisIi8tenuln his coiistltntbni Is h not of the mosfvlproroiw typep When he jwtnt Into a Utlcalr battle ne forgets jils weakness rie glves all that k In him and hnt will tenon any niafl Mrs Marshall soon dlscov tered1bltttho governor would become heated In making a speech and the next day his voice would be husky Thr1 rIbe decided that hi had better give np some of tho handshaking und take care jof his bedlflidrst So wben you Qnd him making a speech he does nof stay around to hear the applause of tin au dience Rather hi hurries to his room and changes his clothing Some ppopit bqvf sajd that Tom Marshall not a handshaking poilUI idan He Is not His wife thinks it Is mote important to guard his health than to carry out the old time policy Qnd she Is rOnPrt as she Is In most all other tiring The Marshall Home home Air PrevailI ltI mistress It Is a still one does not feel bookish One of the Marshall friends said he always felt like eating when he filtered the Marshall home In Columbia City or the executive mansion nt indianapolis Mrs Marshall believes inn home first and the home ar pn vhlls qGovernor Marshall ever occupied notIlnoticlnres an admirer Mrs Marshall would have It n real home People would feel cohifortablo even In the midst of the gold nod gutter Rut It fe not only ns a wife and the mistress ota home that Mrs Marshall shows her ability She Is a politician and a clever one She also has a remarkable memory Governor Marshall has earned the reputation of being In a class of storytellers all by himself lIe can remem ber stories but he forgets barnes name Is something tobe cast aside with Governor Marshall and tblSI Is one of the regrets of his life If hehaa any regrets The governor Is not a worrying than He Is somewhat a fa talist but If he could he wquld like to remember names but not having that ability I does not worry for Mrs Marshall Is thenew rememberer of tbp family t She has a peculiar ability along this line Not only does she remember the last name but any combination of names comes as second notureto her and she carries this ability on down to the chllcireri and cousins of any one seeking the governor While the governor Is slinking hands and trying to remember whether his caller 1st Jones or Smith Mrs Marshall Is busy supplying the Information and asking shoot nil the relatives Ideal Partner Governof Marshall has no ibrothers or sisters and his parents being dead leaves him somewhat barren of rela tives Governor Marshall friends are thusiastic over his home life Wheii he has started on talking of his wife a new light in the Hoosier executive come3 to the surface They come near belngMdeal married parfners was talking to Tom one day explained one of his most Intimate friends We weretleanlng bnct and Trim bad been telling some of his good Htorles lto vlUiHirnte various topks of our con cruIkln We were waiting fpr Mrs Marshall to come bark from shopping tour and I happened to re murk that I liked Mrs Marshall bet trr every time met her Well now Units Uw way slip strikes me Jim he said We hitn- IIPtn married stunt sixteen years amt as time goes that Is a long or shon period Just as you think To me it is hut n neftlnj day Theli think tiitik tviT my married life anti Hid rowntp know Mr Mnrshrijt hinii evey day A nulls must nut fenly ioi hut lit must nlii respwt his partner In this UftrlVt lwr In nIT things SIlt must hivi yni5dprfni funllths to nalu the love and respwi nix dicjier u nil baiter jnjii dllTllrIf inen iilsttfry The fart thai Mr Marshall tin lieen 4n sympathy In my ivurk m pluS thy life Is good hut have bl Mite UAKSHAIU In sympathy with tiers Outs Is not one sided life We have heels part uers and thats the way it should Is tn this world f Mrs Marshall has winched over Ills administration tilt affair of Indiana with a jealous nre There tins uw n nothing of the spivtiuular Ills ad ministration It tutu boon a mine piv hlhlllliruUlJtthe man They are uliftliiK Tln rttai with the Improvement of man woman nnd child Whllo Governor Marshal Is dtSfritt lllns n tender luiirted Vxwiitlve nevertheless he Is a tighter Hi lotiKs to the old fighting storkor Vlr clnla- isvern r Marshall Is not a dodeor iic tins his opinions and he Job them known While he Is an organization mime he knows that organizations lire not perfect that they can make mis takes If they make mistakes thinks It Is his duty to say heI gett the laying over at the flrst Ill Bible Mrs momentI = i iYfoment Aife l4ot1 MICH Mlm111ioaairc many times over in the pOHcuion of blood M11s Womni j J J 5 Ii not quite so rich for scientists bave proven tkt the normal man has Lye mil 1 Metlse woman onW four and a hill million to a cubic millimetr of blood A decrease in number of red blood corpuscles nod a person II looks pale in ka kJHMemietne blood does not get the right food and probably the stomach is Jt iro 4 EBlDrR V PierccV found years ago that o dlyeeric extrkcf of golden seal aDdI o4i mou queens root IU1dbloo roof with black cherry rk would iilMibeof the food in thestomach corrsct livcr ills and in NltUJDlS own vay increase tue red blocu ripUSCIc5 Thitanediine he 4t called DrPicres Goiden Medical nlscovcry Iisimi luting the food eaten the system is nourished and blood I takcs on giicb red color Nervousncss iis only II the cry of the Starved nerves for food end when the nerves are iiifedon rich red blood the person loosatbose irritable fcc 1pgs5siepsv at rJgbl and is rdrcsKc aKbe morning it t t astttsckd rIthlMvero nervous dJwi eWb hwascatJHd l dIeoMct tonuch anti Jillcr writol 1JL1vBLY of cash burn Tean RoUte IBox till tur frisaOi tbouffht I die cad U t phyilcioiJi gaa n vaT I ices advised tOjJtry Dr Plercea SGoldeA Medicall pSkeovcry and GrtrtA much bcneflt from same My 4 cue had ron eo1mtit had become 30 chronic that cothlnff effect cure lut Dr Iicucrs medicine has done much for mesr4 1pennaneut It niv advi a 1b uio as ii crfn tuttle sad Vnfurthcr ed LiLatg tj ju Dr Fierce before their J D IJTZW nbrdiseases tim Ja so e U t cured cm1 1ADC Pisces MtdJcal l Adviiir cumpa to pay for wrapping and mailing only her domestic duties alone Sins wonts to do tier share In problems of the po litical and bnKlnesa worldf Mrs Marshall Is Bald to have dlsciiBsed In de tall with her buxlmnd his action on the Baltimore convention and when It was seen that Marshall was the wan who was going to ro on the ticket with Wllnon he wanted to know what his wife thojn ht about lu It wont be any harder than being Governor of Indiana and if the jmrty thinks yon are the man It only agrees llcltlmtltIan ptBce She appointed cmluty cjerk of Stenheu county by her father and held that office for a number of fWbenwife were about tobe married she ilt clded thatf her last otfUinl uct of the office would IH to mnke out the mar tinge lICense Governor Mnrsluill ne compfliile his wife to tub county clerks office and watched tier with 1bldeputy Mrs Mnrahnll having blotted Ink said Nnv we can go shall Not yet fatigued I Governor hll Why we are all fixed explained Mrs Marshall poInting to vtbe Wensti rejIllIedyou to make It out but Its ijp to me to pay the fee And he dilLIMrs MarshallIs a keen student and hnYIngt established the practice of go Ing with ber husband on all his trlis bqthey short or long they make It a point to carry along some book jMrs Mandinll Is ns munch or n hn runnltiirlnn ns the governor glnnre at some of the bills that have b enl pnssfrd hy the 1111 Indiana legislature lives an Insight Into governor Tocurtail ehjld labor To regulate sale of cold storage prod nets I To require Jiyjrlenlc t clioolliou es und medical examination of rintilren To prevent blindness it birth To regultite sit ie of oocntne and other drugs To provide tree trentmttQt for by drophohln To estnlillKh publR plnygroiimlsJ Tp Improve pure fnl To itw KHtn a fIIH lr lqIf ittii ht 11111101J i rdit tight s 1 rtsuirt ntfdirai siiiijils as part of a trnhi equipmentt Governor Mttnihah tins nlA plnjed active part In providing for unite lion of labor its is sampled by the fullowlng tats To rente n biinmu of Inupwtlnti tar workshnps fnitorlps intn s nUll lioflers ro estntllsl Tree pnu lovu eiit ngen ies To require full train erews To require safety devices on switch ongines lo require ollirtent liondllglitH on nglnes To require standard cabooses To provide weekly wmne etc And lovenior Mnrshiill hits con pulled with his partner on nil bills He Is Ill olllI us snyIifMi uinn cant go far wrong In inking udvlrt of a IIllr shitrblii uusrt its as his wife 0 fiOF g H15 es I In tItLY I ON THEI JOB DeriDcralie KaliGnal Treasurerrr Is After Smallll Contributor THE PEOPLE TO HELP J I There Is to Do No Tainted Money Used In Electing Wilson and Mar Chilli New YorkA small smooth shaved mldUlo zigtd inin with u coat of tun that gave ovlilonro of much outdoor life recently inline Into flip Vnldorft nrryliiK n suit exist early In the after noon uftjl rlJ tored na Holla XVelln SL Louis Mo Thi1 ternoclth hnvpel little uinn Who is to tc thl watchdog of the Vllsou lnll1l tIm iiiti from now Wa imketl fur Villi statistics whi rpiiHin It vus liintHd ii tist hand tlmt he hankItwl tiunvor of SL 01ii H tlftyHlx jvnr oul ins KriKliitit ai Inncvtuii In Isa or threo years be fore fJ vt ruor Wiison was graduated1 that lit haatwo m iis who art Irinee ton men and era who siiihIdny will lip a Irinreton man tsatlon untinn itt xeeini Now York hut xuuimur iinili the YINoti orchiti Kuilun Keiicied hillII itn treasurer anil thnt lust tit present the one thiim that ftlcUii out in appointment li his mind In that the m w Job cut ne rlottnly npiiu nniiKtlKanitlfiil vacation vvbii tie nail IIhrs Welts had en Jorlup in n rtirii at Little iiitith1F Michigan Mr AVells bplieve In pot at desk at 8 oclork lii the morning nrt p iug to raise our impjilju IWIiinViti ilv ufall cnntrlbuttons wild Mi Vfl II am stir hit large part of thJ moiiiv will lie rulsed by poputnr stilt srllstluunI TJie people Have fonlldein In VtsntInuSt tVtlmrti und they ylll plve what they inn nt their tarsus to eleei seh a tutU prVxuhM- iiTain ii tenant believer fii putillsliln UruAdciiNt tip on nud after election vnrtoiisoiii ribiilon made TlHTo an1 Tntii whit cnn well afford to give ttifuniiuttci 5000 but waul to nswire till public Mint we ort out gnlugtus luive ijny Uilnted money Yi trio BiviinllnfLto the people mid wo tin rtlyfns on them to help elect AYllmty Jllfd ilii lilt ImlpiW who have heel gnidifntid jstti Irtiicetou one five years IIIU inie Kttfen Out It Is nott bwiiiiso ours a Irlncetbn family thu t tt greatftI ile vhp Iwocrrct I time to lie afraid to speak out Jn meet lug That be was not afraid Is dem qnstratcd by his Joplcnl tiPeechlfl ae teplnpt t tw ripnioiniti iiomlmMjit IAL3B AT ARMAGEBDGN 4PEMOGRACf MUST BE AWOHTHYHSTRIIlfeHT Il People Trust Says Woodrow Wilson stdltii Must Mak Good Sea Girt XJ jjWoodrow Wilson at the Little While nouse at Sea Girl Is daily cillrd to demonstrate his ability as a readw speaker There Is not allay pusses but vhatt he meets varlousjdelesatlons who oill to assur him of their suppot r In speaking of Ipolltlcal uuuhiufs to the Brooklyn Democratic club tiover nor Wilson said Machines are had 1butun oraniatl6n may be very essen haL For Instance have been stir rounded by tin jorpinizutlou here n New Jersey wblli dolnp my best work machine uses 4ts political ojiportu little for the sultan ends of its Itwill hers No memb i of our organization would ever tbiuU of doing that Pub tic opinion In Xw Jersey has drawn Ithe distinction It killed the mGi chines and it Is polii to keep the or gaUtllltiOfl going It seems to e that we are stand Ing In the presei re of omeyiInK high er than alleglane t the Democratic party The country ias been distill pointed in the publlcau party and It is ttirnlng ltd t le nomocratlc partcr That party Is veiling to show toward those thi igs which must bewnyI allzed Some gentle inn seem to It tics bnt make It ra pc sohallties tl1 me 011011I ensyto that Is done poll ics Is t1eha 1 Men who art In search of return are now resnrtl ig to the Democratic party because or my own part I do Inot know where else they will turn to expect the resu ts There is no Ills counting sit ngtb anti servlceablli Ity of a united arty and the splendid part Is that th Democratic party Is IunltedIcelve such gree Ings from men In Jer soy who haTe a feast tested my quail ties IJocauso you have known me at close pmigp iitid If you will bo kind enough to i for me perhaps the rest of eon dry will be credulous of your report hun nHMii a great deal of tlnte niiifp benime governor of New JctI sey defending j iur diameter It was supposed In tli old days wlfen the board of tins wits In charge of tho chits you were all of you disposed to giv the most monopolistic trusts of the uutrv a great ringing welrmuv In Jersey New ilfitwj was liiioxyn as the mothtr wf so very tronblosqme and oTuestlonaU o faiflllyrnnfl hud to r 4id fry tiit ntflU New Jersey as Kiiriug lii or tIlt Union Hint it had not j fault or the disposi toil of tilt Je tsf Now Jersey that there V1rl coriiitn gentlemen who bull nndertakeu tq carry tho Itepubllcan pIty In their lockcls and to admlnls tier Indepetidei lv of the rank antI lie of Itopnblirnru In the state New lerstet Is progressive but tho United Sttiiisi Is ptplrPOCIo uitd we huyc lien uiij lj n del htftll Aiuiple of the people fUll United States Now tinso lutittuit nn lOt bent on deBtriylK anjf bins lint ttmeynro bent on simug everything Ih order they bent tipop Justice they are hen t upon soring It that the people in general are irtners of the goveni went ns tt is trying to show the othei diy vt Democratic party Is now placed inder a peculiar reapou- slblllty It t is to prove ymt It Is the worthy hi trument of that the part of ttl e people of the Unlt States flit does not prove It nowit t will never be lven another chance prove it Nc party that proves un faithful to tl Ideal will ever again bo trusted by the people of America Apd therefori we tire standing at a turning point In our politics We mUlt- make good or go out of busmcss In vernacular It U a calie of put dl or shut up cause words are going to be discounted Nothing will be hot ored except lie actual carrying out o such prograuvi ns sensible men mar- milt in for lip common benefit fhetheelection of Wlspn for granted arc working if id working harder flleyI HearsiIn n score of antI working united party t I t U Is reported thai papers which are supporting llrtl ball nioaser have or dared extra tints ba TR And they will bexneedel wbjen Tldy gets to talking Qu ta a Change Howcll Ho oil d jcsut spOHk to hU wife Powell An4 can remember when he the sbt It w0 worth to any a few wirds fa her ly Icnpc fitv tnnre telcr JiU t r51 i KENTUCKY STATE File FEATURES Expensive List of Attractions Free to Visitors PRIZES AGGREGATE S3000a This Big Sum to Distributed Among Exhibitor Grpst Show of Live- Stock In 1001000 Paviiol3 Three Band Concerts Dnl Horse Races and Auto Stunts Two things that are essential to the success of an educational and ainase ment Institution according to J W Newman commissioner of agriculture and James L Dent s cretnryot tho Kentucky State fnlr are inducements to draw exhibitorH and attraction to draw the puPAte Wlrti HliU kita in view officials have wt out to make jit iroU table to 1icxhhltrs iintroiiK an to thiit ed nothing bevn left undone uhf iiiiijJit ntli hlsI drawl rltt Ilkb fruui poilit fif t5hiIuUss jsitsit Iepeinvnlly IticU yrt is have beeu fertil by the laifia enieut to lt1the xeitesi fllsy ofebiblts w n In nny tilI of the south weVtmirt fhan i1ttSi to Ite uiist jtrilutfil ro Ihe iuciitil tx h itorsin jtln vafiotiH tijiirjiati s iN nn evidvucor tluIr alum in The ple of Ke tiuky to putronire nn in lilt nuih as ILl fiiteFiif lias bo ulititshti WII ni ie rvtiuy II fuH tiv jmie 1111IC pfiise In sgIwliK flu rpjiiesi tine ole runuseuiiirsoivr imvid rr the ptv lIItof Kint Icya rfseJ Iou IiLeratl ami hln fii iuistile of the great lest mu hal riatiomms in the goun try coiiiiovcd oi fortytwo musivi ns jniitl six iolulMs bve been securedat- a lig expense und the music loving public who utttJid the Fair this year will have ui omplIIIlu register olii Mills ieiuro Thl1It1 organization will be hear lin iuuert wub afternoon and nljrhr iu Hie big pavilion Iron tliosp of the vUUns who would rather patronize the racing feature of the Flr than the rite show tthe mjinage nient has secured another noted must tai orgaiiftatlon In till famous Day willIthe grounds each afternoon during week theII For the fnw attractions for eafli ernoon and evening tiimliingemiietit tiltS provided some of the moxt sensaI tional nets ever presented to the public Who in this Keition of the country has ever witnessed atitomublles pasHlng through tho air at a height of sIxty live feet Fur the first time in the south or middle west and one of tho few tlnyjH this country such an ex hlbltloii will be wltuesetl at the Stale Knlr thjs year when every aftemcMHi at 2 oclock aitd much nlcht at S oclnck two tlJOO pound mat liiues will loop the loop from a tower at a heigh of slxtyflve feet This regarded as the most svnsntlnnal act ever tfotHrlv fird by the human mind Just as often tw isaticmpicd Just so ofien- do tho exhibitors dally with dentil In miiitlair tA l no time during tho entire tiny will there be a dull uiUiuto for visitors it belug the elm of the management provMe such a line of attractions In fddltU ti to tIlt regular exhibits ttptt t visitors for one day only can leave rr their bmnes tho same night expmsiliit the belief that they have bwn well r paid for the time and money spent in dnrl1IIn order to please on day visitors the management has lookuvl well to the odslIght attvactious anduhe big 000 live stock pavilion will be the scene of murli actlvlti1 from early morning until late in the afternoon Among the exhibits to be seen In the pavilion will ho the horse show whlrh otlChIImorning until that visitors may ee the last ring lttftlons In tliqe to catch their trains for home none of which leaves the city earlier titan 5 oclock This great exhibition of live stock In Tqtc5Ifree attractions the biggest and best evertfrescnlefl to people la tills section of country Rooseveltf was willing ocmvri troin the White House tu tile capltol In 1V08 t If he coujdl help his frttfnd Hoot lQi thnniThe Democrats are depending on the small contributor to help elect Wil son and Marshall The appeal Is being made to the people and the people ute responding w CIGARETTES AREE BADFORWGili Mrs Wogdrow Wfcon Has Do cidail VIews on Subject Np ERROR lU NAMESf J Wife of Democratic Candidate Gives Out Letter Taking Strong Stand on Smoking Habit New York Iortue first time sltlci Woodrow Wilson became the Deilio cmtic presidential iiifrJIrtute has Mrs VIIsou appeared St attended In person her husbands ilnlly confcreuc with reporters nltumiKh heretofore she lets made special requests that she be not quoted nor written about In the papers What Mrs Wilson wished tir hav fully understood was that If she be conies the llrst lady of the land sh will not as has been said In a widely distributed interview hUt package of cigarettes In her personal desk the White louse and Indulge In amok Ing them with her milers Through Governor Wi Mr son asked that publicity be given to r letter she hud written to the editor the State Journal at Columbus O repudiating an alleged Interview wit her In wblcb fche defended clgnrett smoking for women The lntervle had cubic to her In a letter slgue American Citizen which said Dear MIdamni can scarcely think any greater calamity Jhe young worn en of the natlnn titan to read such preachment an your Interview offers them am a worUlngman find tee Oenlosl their lobs almost ever day because are Incapacitated for work by the use the cigarette If smoking does this string men hut will do for girls an women The Interview wan Ymleeda coi dial Indorsement of the woman smjol er Here Ore some of ItsAassurin phrases nil credited itn Sirs Wilson A woman writer for a yndlrate Sunday newspapers mlted Mrs Woof rovr Wilson If Nfl ned Avlth lyr tnide Athertous opinion of the smift tug of citnrette3 by jwcoiueu Stiteitmmll Ingjy exhll lteid three cigarette iiAyij piled In the corner of l1rvtlfcu nil tju empty Why shbuJdntuAvniunii smokv she enjoys itT shi queried Why hasnt she jrstlia mmh rlgti to a cigarette as luiVfnn Certalnly agree with Mrs Allirftun that any ca isthig pr ndhc against women smol lug is ti lie last silly mill absurd Smoking cigarettes Is a Mtiestio of rnaumrs nut ninrnU It promote gwd tllotvidii1SSome women feel that a clgarett calms their nerves helps thel brains Into working order Personal Kinoklug diffuses tny thought instea of coiiccntrtliiR them enjoy It ns enjoy mitten dinner ofFee BoW ar pleasant ways of uhdlng niul milshlu off both mid to conviviality and goo fellowship The edftorof thc blo State Journal It Was clear had liven much Incense at the apologies for the cigarette habl among wonjqn nttrlhiUedtto Mrs Wli son as he rote on Aug nn edltc rljtl In whiph he frilled for defea of Oovernor Wllsoy a reuwllrwtioi coin tiU wire If there was no mis take about It he wrote Mrs Wood row Wilson shoufdiit be mfstress the VhiitdIgpst If tilt Ohio t litL emphatic Mb Wilson wns certainly not IfouTso AfJ er the reporters had said they wouli gladly publlNh her letter to the Ohl editor slit asked for ni hours time li whkh tu write Thjs icas wba she prepared t Dear Siri havo just received k copy the Journal wiih yuur editorial tlUe Smoking Women and beg cow to In dlsnantiy deny the statement tliat ap prove of woien smoking cigarettes Th Interview un whUh your editorial wa bnrtil iau pure inv Mi tntcncoly die llkoilie Icnreltc s xnx habit for worn enIn fact so etrone my fetllns IIlIth sublet thgt my iSal danger in unjust endj tiuktnl in my udj mvnt those who differ with me In thus respect Rut curtainly no womUi tour house hold over ties or ever will smoke Unit apart from bad taste of It Uellev with you that It has n ejctfcjiiqly hurl ous effect on the jtrrv EI1KN WILSON tMII Wfwxlrow Ullaon Govpnior Wilson in approving lbs letter sent out ly Mrs 1lson offerei what he thought might prove an ex planntion for the Interview j do notthlnU it watt maliciously In ventjKl lie siHd There III nithe well known writer wlta igtH Morsel Mrs Wilson WoWlrow and bhe n doubt has bcey ron fused with Mrs Wilson Mrs WHw n wJrvirnw was formerly married to u rciativp of tbveruor Vii poll amid It Is nndiTsiood lint her views tin mutter of roiceu Vbo snioki lire different rrnin tho e held in this household of mo hitlc Candida if The divided Its xlM anmrty s the boy blowtnj imalnst the Width There with hi o sot of hlnsier but It will not tote tsuptawny fnida Wilson OM Msrsla4II jjS thuilag 111tllo8t IUIHUS morn tthn iiutv timittiiiiti victory It ntniiu Jwloflnjs ft1 prftsperlty Wlhion Is the lift equipped man nominated for to urosldeiipy sinew LIucoln Gcorgp2at bnJj Progressive j + tHItI+H t1 +ti- t tj THE GREAT DUTY OF AD J1 4fJUSTMENT t We aresurvuuitsof tin people4 the whole people The u tlgnhas t i been unnecessarily unreasonably t- ntT war wlthlu Mrttjlf iuturcst j has clashed with Interest E there were itimttwif wheuii frhbt nud of fulr deutilig 1 nnd Klmntd have bound I IjAlet I I rorol we are Imiiud to undertake 44the Grunt duisif 4tvc tuinodation 1 1and adjURtmintl rou Wood + ItIheIt1 I AVUson will muKe HJP most accosslbl president who has ever occiipod thc White lipnse He i typlpatly a Oem ocratlr mini Farmers have nwnkencd to the folly Of so calUt blessings of a prottx life tItiil r r a CASTOR CEtTiitngusth1-e ness andRestjCCntalnsifeiito j 0 OpiinuMorphLiQ wjrHinaalJ NOT NARCOTIC aeilof41i1rLtzwY27zziflapta dnt liws SJci 4crrcaf IllItnSntl WorrasConvulsums JevEiisa 4ness OSSOFSLEEP ol jttSinae Signature of NEWYOR C and ICindd Always Bought Bears the SIgnature of For Over k Years t iI- h Blood Was Wrong r All wqmen who Buffer from tBo aches and PaJns ueISto female ailments qre urged to try Cardui ihe reliable scle tific fQdic rremedy for womeri Cardui acts promptly yet gcn IYMdrithutbag eij cts on the womanly system relieving pam building up strength regulating the system rind bninginp1 the nerves During the past 1iaI century r thousantlsof Jadrcshavewrittentotell of the quick curat1v- t results tthey obtained from the useofthis wellknovgt nledicine Iclftt Callehah suffered ffiom yomanly trouble for nearly icn years Ina letter from N C she stomach was and my blood was wrong I had back ache and was very weak II fief several doctors but they did good J used Gafdui for 3 or 4 months ananow IIam in the best health rI have eyer been I never praise i Cafdui though If is the best tonic for women t Whether sick or simply veak by CarduL Write to diesAdvisofDt Chatlanooca MedidaeCo lr Special ImtrmHoia and 64pace book HorneTreatmneatfo Women jntIreo Jj3 LL a That question wlllbe nsted you almost dally business men seeking your ness 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation mnktoff Tnwrttlny FenBunshlp Eturlli SpclHnr Arithmetic Letter WrlttBP BctlMM wFIltK auxiliary liranihes reasonable condItIons kkeptniUQokkeepersnUV r tho Unite1 States teay that Draaghona New System of Bookkeeping saves them from 25 to 50 per citIn work and worry Shorthand Practically all tL S offi da court repbrtera write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach Why Because they know it is the D v or Mcmphi or Knoxville Teno or Paducah use of a noodlaxlive to keep the bowels or n and tha poIsOns from gettinginto V The latest product of scles VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reUaiie and of a pleasant anwatlc ttaste Volvo acts on the lirer as wU as on the t iv1tiir I nf tbtt xntiMVWM utUF Iidim ieie 2anf ran- IHWt1q t uAltJ 1Ita fts tipg- dewti fu iimiir Lbs Qr SvicttHit in to J 5itt v3v Ttti yftsfi t ftWMfet of i4ciz riu ilsys WM a htR dtTai were lUtPICd t Sf e4j titIhl memory flJf QgIIUlli lo iesseil from lutehir wUltery Litirei pbfls fttIMtitemUt tiitmel reuJe Ti- stsceleL tbQytplit sftte ten of rDtdOilt1Iilstm rSbiiiiIPO tJtt UrtJ ft rlft itsi ItII t- tiji ttvtuhaWp t iIthei sit 4ttry wbriiat4I isst Brce with hihtattlt L Israters tIle short end l aeg Vhenn l Marshall hCtIs15e to that the iiihjlhg li trout ojore nearly reren i WoiiUer Jvrt bi iIlke 4belmg linoutcnVt 4 eSCLaniy eII been PtHttIPi1 fl c1lrkJ atnut lmdces ydunX manr it pxserieftttd prim iat tii pdl tht Ilulrflr il ii h earI b 1 lr ASTORIA For tit lib Thirty CASTOR1A r ExarsQyofWrspperrm 6ul The I Tonic 1 IJane Whiteviile MyIweak I me ho can seriously l YOU BetterJOBII I rimeIcoJlegespOMBINlvD under kit IlenDfcAUGHONS pRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEPBN- othvillo Ky wEvUlrilWW iiAath-e iseprevent cHandlgested your temf ftifgestlonblipasness lrswl1terialWICdUM1y itceIf- M4l4msty i1assJJ itlsmieutiqiiav stmIriIshssbibV tfftt iilsiitsztwem hItLIilltWIItlitli1t ltrutl Incompete- nt4iiIIvo iIeslftuae Infants Children The You Have se Wonisn rMrs ChiUnoo2aTena 1lCiUitd lAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP T Tenth Annual Stats Fair Sept sot Will Mark anvEpopk With the fihiittest array of exhibits In live sjItns well ns of all other products of which the state Id faiiiotsfti already guahniteed for Kentucky State Fair this year It is the pfedlc finnof tfioseju charge of the nfrange inente hgtjhc exhibition tobe held the weak of Sept 014 Inclusive will be the biggest and best ever seen in the south or noddle west that It will mark an epoch In the history of agricultural und live stock exlilbl J tlons Not since tbe Kentucky State jrx lIafr was Inaugurated ten years ago lisa tub same amount of Interest beeR shown In theovsjnt as that being rakes this year by oqjclals and the pttb He spirited clUsens of the state luaur lag thja greatestt Fafr frbm on artistja JlntJdlatHv adHntat least In the Wstory of the association OpQpf mst important inlprove enlnrgeftnndlatterpart of August will be twice siztof the stand tthat has been nsed to Qcconimodnte the crowds the jwst four ye iirs Tbe new wddltlon to the stmmdeitl lie of sltrae toifcrete ce- attitibh tic tK tsirt tiotvhmpdhmigssd tJtOt1sOnIhmktv4i the will bluea seatI5 zapiitlty at IfLOle0Iite trtsdstAjni1sittil l fSttirrllt ciii IQW OftJlh lKtfIf of Afrtc nl4lIIit tu Ir tttP sit flu bride WliLI l1ipt udPm finery ilaLt throuh isti mmsMiilg tigtIItt hshilat to Utt ttrl qM4ic ler tye- Wclttsl hlf i t wt to lit eKl- Ic1 ii o 11lt dt tM It w II riot of tl flf vuictrent ou liar u t r t J I J