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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rT J tsAb f rt f 7 I- 4- jt JNf18M t 1 HT 7- r NEwsERisvoL XIX NO 37 SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEM 1912 100 ftif Ar f3 i T 4OUGHT DOWN TQ HELL xi2030Sept 15 Com unto Ut all that labor and arc heavy laden ant I will you rw V- SC ODAYS STUDY tens of how our Lord upbraided tbe tlty where most of His mighty works had been done because they repented not because they didI tot dOte the power ot God their midst nndjgladly receive the AesSnceIIII 1Such JestiB declared will be less t4pared to appreciate the KingdompreI I IIneerII harmony with DivineS Justice there lore that when the Great Dayof GodA favor 8udoJ the Messianic 1s Klnjwtom shall dawn the people pf Tyre aud BIdoa Bboll have things SUII1 more fflvornmr than the people of Chorazuj and Bethsalda and Gfperj nrtum Jesus declared that Capernaum- j bad been exalted up to heaven high ly lifted upln point of privilege and Divine favor and blesSing ThIs be s Ing true It meant that lojjustice Ca pernanms fall would proportionate j She woUld tall from the heights or 1j heavenly privilege and favor down toJ beUto the grave Listen further to therenson for ibis 4 dehQuneement If the mighty works which hare been done In thee bndIe been done In Sodopj It would have re IJ malne unto this day but 18ay Its eJba more tolerable for Sodom In the Day of Judgment tha4 tot tbee Let us not mistake the Wesson While 2Y those who fully accept Christ and consecrate their lives to Ills service will receive the splr I Itbegetting or any Y IIIshare In the Beuvv 8 erily Kingdom nil 3 the icmnlnderl ot tnnpklnd who come to knyknowledge of the LOrd nndHIg mercy and blessing lotRud who refrain from rendering horn sage jjJ and from StrlV aprt or lug to walk prdporkt will tlpnfltely disadvantage themselves In respect io the future life and tbe great- blessings and privileges and opportimi tIes to be brought to all mankind through Messlnha Ixftlgdum and Its relgD of n fbousand years Thank TheeO Father It was lu Jesus duy Bsil has ever fclncejbeen tpnt nut many of thegl11lt1 5r 9r zjclhor widrlearned bad ears tothear the Gospel leasage The dllHj Itofk that thlv have uu hungering for Ihlfbetjerlthlngs jThus It has been that a tbe ma ority Itthe fj ltowers of Jesustj In every Axe nnve been chiefly thy poorotJr bi S9rorld rich In faith fiut hearken nKnlu to the words of Jesusbow pwullarly they rend thank Tjhef 0 Father Lord cfb svellllI and earth because Thou hast blcHhese things from the wise and prudent njrt j has revealed them unto babes pThy sol Father sight fur How 11011 strangely seemed eelltItt s v3rd otuesoulided to us hlJlIsiipnoSed thtit nil who failed to the Me jge of JeHnft all who failed to bake their calling and election tOl menibfrahlp In the Bride surc1 would suffer nn erfrnlty of How strange It seeiuvd that Jesii should CUAuk the Father that these thiupdden rrom sortie or the gJu and mo hII iiaiierilrDOhl Bifl now how clear how was preachlJip the KlngdouT liulnnwho rejetted His prenchliis rejetted the ICliiKdam and wUlIlose JLTbls does not mean thatt they may DOt receive ultimately n blessing under that Kingdom when It shall rule the world und when all tba- lYare uJn theIr graves shall come forth to receive those very blessings whlcli 4latH died to procure for them the blessings orlI trial or judgment of a thousand years to determrae whether they will be amounted vworthy of ever lasting life or It perl hdln death rev Ki6w the Father or the Son All taco are to be brought to h knowledge of God The Scriptures Idare The knowledge of the glory Or UoU shall till the whole earthV Jesus declared that no one can know the Father except as he knows itlia Son or ns the Sou reveals the tu hiip n Jhiise who hi CaiteiMq reio ncddJesus titt the if iod have four una lit all yet came to tli XClkaf laboru II aprcciatlon 1V Of Jjielr privileges Blessed are eyes that now they see und our ear 1 Vjliat now they hear that we ran knoV MesRlah irlid through Him kno- rr O hfIfather riedgeri tildes tire prlvjlcge of now being the sons of God and jointheirs In his glorious Kiugdoiu The special call of ipodUirough Jesus therefore Is to the heavyladentI Hie till ye that labor Rod arehea IVV Iidcn and I will give you restt sr M any time during the otI thof August we WJ t fist your coal houne with Jelr- Lco 1 1 Block coal at 16 cents fV iMlrl y80 Jbs to the bushe I V413V tcatson tracVi J W K Marks Sons T r I Wiw fr1TJfT M311 VS E DIDD 3ER12 Adveitisemenf for Bids 0Notice is hereby iveri that the commItteefo walk on the south side of Main street Springtiela Kybegin nine anthe property which A H Robertson recently buoght rrom Camden and extending along the south side of Main street east wardfy to a point opposite the Graded School building Abo for the construction ofa con crete pav ment along too north side of Grundy Aye begidning appoint opposite Jo vinslon Iat and extending along the side of lirundy Ave in a westerniy directiop to Walnut street The specification for id sidewalk are fully set put in the ordinances ordering the con structmg of same and maybe sien tthe office ofF B Nee Cityi Clerk The bids shall be by the iquanj foot for the con crete and seperate price stated lor the work in front of each property owner and a lien will be retained upon and enforced against the respective propecty owners for the costs of construc ion of said sidewalk The bids will be received up toand in tcluding Saturday Sept 14 at rtje office of the City Clerk FIB No in Spningfield Ky Tbe toIreject any and all bids or any part thereof and suitable bond vill be required of the cdntrac tor to guarantee the faithful performance of the contracts herein to be award d This Sept 6 1912 O F Wharton J F PettusV Committee Attest F B NQf City Clerk V C Incubator Free A new 126 egg incubator o tiiebest make will be giyeuVlree o the Lady or Child sending us the largest number of paid up yearly subscriptions by Oct 31 st at 25c eachiIwrlleolor particulars and sample copyVOUR COUNTRY OeprlBldgj Heavily Fined t Mr JckDillettay and Mr E IIP Faulkner Jr of Danyille were arraigned inV Judge Jjbhn W Hughes court Monday on the charge of hunting without a license Mr Faulkner said he htd a license but did not have it wilh him when he started hunt lag The tine for this offense is- sio wdich was remitted Mr Dillehay said he wtnt to the county clerk of Boyle to procure a license but the clerk not being in he was not able to get it tie was assessed a fine of 50 They were Hunting on the Faulkner farm part of which lays in Mercer and part in Royle county nbut were on the Mercer sidle when apprehended Harrods burg eaderV COUNTY TREESS CapiIi1 Frankfort Ky SeptI fpHJ jF Hillenmeyer and Prof Har ds Gdrraan of Lexington have allotlmentState capitol grounds on November 13 by the different coucI COufltyIKentucky will have a complete backgroundICapitolii not required to select the trees as suggested by Mr flillenmeyer and ProfI Garman and should any county select some other tree it is de sired that the committee im mediately notify either Mr Hili enmeyer or Prof Garman iu order tbat the tree selected may be located on the grounds so that tIts foliage will blend with the trees nearest to it When all the coahtys havS made their selection Mr Hill nmeveq will at his own expense furnish and have planted on the grounds one of tauh species of native Ken tucky trees not represented by the counties so that Kentuckys arboretum will be among the nfost complete of a ny in the United States Itls expected that a large gathering from all the counties in Kentucky will be had on theV State Capitol grounds on plant ing day ThereI are only two complete arborcta in the United States one in Pennsylvania and one near Washington Pro GarV man who was in conference to day with Gov McCreary and Attorney General Garnett said that nothng else hi the country will compare with this one The trees will be planted on VIJejjope back to the Capitol furnishing a back ground forV the building while immediately suggpstIledwho originated the arboretum plan that the various State departments each plant a treeV The Capito Commission has tbeInrCapitol grounds in the rear and the arboretum will be planted along the read- Following s a list of the trees to brt planted by Washington CountyaWhite ash rdxinus americana common elder sambucus cana densisV iTIieChoIce OF A Husband is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness bad bloo1or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Drr Kings Life Pills purIwin men follow their use Easy safe sure 2rc at Haydon Robertson IFajrm For Sale Near VWdl awn ill Nelson County 125 acres of good land 1st class improvements on a pike and near a U R Station Terms easy Call on or address E N Fulton Barrlstown KyV EXECUTRIXV In1 I IIIII House door in Springfield Washington county Ky on Monday September23 1912 1 AT 2 OCLOCK P5MV 35 acres of good tillable laudsituated on tl e Westside of the Bloonifield pike and adjoining the lands ul Thos CQm tock and Wm Hi Mulhdan This ladd isalVlin grass 11000ryis very home TEBMSrOcethlrd cash remaioder in equal installV ments due on Ono arid two years after date note bearing six per cent interest from date with Jien reserved on land IIIto ecu e payment thereof Purchaser will be given a deed with coveaant of eeuern warranty 5 nryliotneoteritV 1 XIYI NANNIE4V1ULLICAN f Executrix pft John B Mullican d ce sejir To Kentucky Demo rats- Vit l a begins to look like there is real chance to elect tonf Ben V Smith to Congress rum the Eleventh DistrictV The Pro gressives have put up i strung candidate in the per a of a popular engineer of iiie Louis ville Nashville rail ad who will necessarily divid the Republican vote with Coil resaman Caleb Powers who ems to have lost opt with all fa lions be cause of his failure please either and his inabilit to land any of the prizis for h constit uents in the shape c offices The people of his district have come to tni conclusio that he is absolutely without influence in Washington and a a Ken- tuckyl Legislator one said of another his people hj d just as wel writ a letter and kept him at home At the las election Mr Powers did not oil near the strength ofhis party aod tbis time he will tall snirt of his former voteThe K ublicins no longer regard MrV Powers as an asset but a liab ity and think he has been v idicated sufflcieutly Conditions at presepojut tu the election ofr Mq S nith He is popular with the R publicans andwall draw many a pte from the conservative e em Lt of that party The Democra s of that neck of the woods a a short of money however to c nduct the campaign which Vju i dislric composed of so man counties and requires much aonev for necessary expenses in order to raise a fund Coloue Woodson May State District Committee man editor of the Somerset Journal and mating jr ffor Mr Smith announced it tt he will attempt to raise tuouhyfor the namnaipn p in his m stIct by popular subscription of jone dollar and asks that all whJwant the Democrats to succeed in that stronghold of RepuoLicans wl1I send him that amount each The effort is comtnendub e and the contribution will pro a an excel lent investment is hoped that all who read thi article and who feel able to do j will send Mr May a check f r a least a dollar and help lie struggling Democrats of ihe E venthDis trict to redeem it Lexington HeraldWhat Makes a IVoman One hundred and twen poundsmore or less of bone and nuscle dont make a woman IIts ag4d foundation Put into it health anI strength and she may rule a kingdoBut thats just what Electric Hitters givd her Thousadds bless them 15r overcoming fainting and dizzy sp Is and for dis pejling weakness nen usness back acke and tired listless orn out feel into Electric Bitters ave done me a wridof good II writ s Eliza Pool Depew OkiaSand IJjiank you with all mv heart for mnlriAl such a good medicine Only 50c unranteed by Haydon Robertson fj tEver Eat Wa rmelon Eating WAteruielan is to be learned by exper once As a dessert it is no a success It falls too heaviy n a dinner Lke a pretty girli it iis best by itielf The uielq i should be cod It should le ripe Its ileih should bltJ like a gradu ate ItsLeart stir ild glow like a sunkissed cloud t the close of day and its tempi rature should ba as chilly as tl e smile of a Breckinridye belel When you get surh a ttreasure do not bother other twi Open it Whyc ugh StOpVVStop coughing Coughing rasps and teaStop it Coughing prep es the throat and lungs for more trouble Stop it There s nothing so coughingStop toral iis a medici le for coughs and colds aregular doctors medicine Sold for seventy years Use it Ask your doc tor if this is notgood advice Unless there is dally action o the bow els poisonous predicts ire absorbed causing headache bl ousness nausea dyspepsia We wish pou would ask your tiPadontbytakin21axatlcdo t t gaze upon it bury your face In apprelj a negro biting a brown grayy friend p ncheye bole pancake first biter half moon sedond total eclipse Bivckinridge biteI lJulIetinV Rural School Water Supply Many of the rural schools are deficient in water upplyIn some cases the water must be bought from long distances oher instances where it is1111 conyenient the water is unfit for human consumption The laboratories of the Bureau of engineering of the State Board of Health stand ready at all times to make sanitary analy ses of water that may be sent in for that purpose The labora tories would like to receive as many samples of public school water supplies as they can get The State Hoard of Health in a recent bulletin expressed the belief that there was urgent need of an examination these sup plies and solicited the interes and tthe serricps of physicians in securing samples from public sclool wela Containers will be supplied from the laboratories at Bo ling Green wherein specimens of the water may be sent for analysis At ihe present time when the country schools are resuming operations this is a matter of no small iimportance School pu pus should have pure and wholesome water in abundant quanti ty and every schoolhouse should beV well supplied with water of that sort Where there is doubt of the purity of the supply the school authorities should promptly avail themselves of services of the State Boardof Healh Trustees und teachers not requenidy are neglectful their duties on this score and no doubt there are hundreds of school ouses in Kentucky which are deficient in supply or which tire using water that is of dubious purity Iu such a situation local health officials physicians or schopl patrons should take the initiative and see that any de fects or dangers are remedied Courier Journal Mall Carriers WillFIy This is a age of great discover ies Progress rides on the air Soon we lay see UncleSam mail carriers flying in all directions transporting mail peo pie take a wonderful interest in a dis covery that benefits them Thats why Dr Kings Newf Discovery for Coughs Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America It cured me ufu dreadful caugh writes Mrs J F Davis Stickney Corner Me after doctors treatment and uU other reme dieEl had failedV Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price oOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson Saction Hand Killed George Spencer a section hard on the L N was killed Saturday morning when he was Struck by passenger train Np 44 bound for Springfield He was hurled arTstance of several feet Spen er was working on a stretch of tn Cla short distance from South Park station at the timet 0e was slow in getting oil the traclc and the cowcatcher caught him Deputy Cdroner William Kimmerer VlviewedHetald Shoots Son By Accident Lebanon Ky September 7 Hearing nise among the chick ens J Rich Thompson and his son Tom went to investigate the cause the faiher carrying a shotgun He tripped and foil and the gun discharged the contents tearing away almost tho entire side of tha sons face Young Thompson condition is serious but he has a chance for recovorytThe Law says a bushel of cca tveujvouEconomy says have your coal loaded with a fork We load all of our wagons with a fundIi See that you get your cpal load ed with a fork so thaUyouget no slack You cant burn slack WbybuyitV PDLabeVCo CIIkRLIEi WUlfEMOONt The Cowboy Herbalist Meets IWith Fatal Accident 1 1In LouisvilleV Charles Willis Bunce EO cowboy herbalist and fprHhe past four years one of the mosV Picturesque tignres before the public eye in Kentucky Indiana and Tennessee and States of the Middle West was the victimof a fatal accident Saturday when he tripped on the stairway leading up to a room over his office at the rear of nis horn 3731 West Broadway and fell t6bis death to tlia landing twentyfive feetV below ounce was preparing to leave the herb room of the medicine house that adjoins the bar gilow in which he lived But a mi went before he had bean Juki rV witp empl yes in the roruHe start d to leave the placb with a package of herbs he lad prom ised to hive ready forl patron bultarnedto flinur back a part igjist At the time be was at the head oLthe stairway He turned tJ speair hut th laughter dipd o1hfs lips Ht as nearer the edge of the st p than he realized tit did no draw bViCk until it was too Ute He strove in vain tto m ri tain a oalance He grasped franticail at the casings j None wa neal enough to stead him He top pled backward and dowiiwaro tb his doom His secretary Frank B Courier hard thfJ crash of his etnployers fall ic body as it came into territic im pact with the other door at tpI landing below The plate glassI in ih door was cracked so violent was the impact Burcep body crumpled and be ding was carried to the house Five minutes later he died Conner rushed to his mplorI e b assistince Bunces heao was against the fl or the weight of his body bearing down upon it while his feet rested oh tin stairway Prank hep me get up said Bunce febly Coitner say he tried to place Bufice on his feet But found hi pmpioycr p ralztd from the waist downIn this helpl Sf cotdition Bunca was Icarricd to tie Tepee Placed on a bed Bui co looked up at hi sccretaij and said Frank its al over guess Im done for TellII Here his voice laied as the spark of lfe led Forebodings of the tragedy according 16 intimate friends of Bunce camecaS early as last Sunday evening He is said tb hae experienced a premonition or deah again Friday ftyening while informally entertaining friund atliThe Tepee as the Bunce bungalow was known Murderer Escapes T CainpbellsvilTe Ky Sept 7 John Bottoms about 25 years old who was tried in Ofrcuit Court here yesterday and given two years in the penitentiary for killing Marvin Smith in a crap game abouta ydarago ercaped from the Jailer The Jailer was taking Bottoms rfrom the court room to the jail There was a big crowd at the bottom of the steps Leading from the court room As the Jailer and prisoner reached the bottom step someone called the Jailer he turned his head and at that m ment Bottoms darted into the crowd and md his escape Insoct Bile Coslsbyr A Boston man lost his leg from tlie bite of an insect two yearS before To avert such calamities froth stings and bites of ihs ct8 use iucklena Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent idtlammntion swelling and pain Heals burns boils ulcers piles eczema cuts bruises 0PJYVab Halrdon RobertsonV Bpringaeld City Tailor make of ladies and gents tailored tiuits Chuuiica1 l Dry cleaning French Dry cleaning Spbnge cleaning d eing nat reblockihg Goods cailtd lur and delivered VPh- oneGVRV iVVi rop Foleys riaeyjti 1 Fff Mffs lung tuidstops yi wmi SNAPSHOTStt 1 VAl CELEBRITIES it JGeorgelican rNational Treasurer George R Sheldon of New York treasurer of the national Republican PrQedhisfunds of thViP O P tour years ago when President Tuft made first campaign for chief executive of tbe United States Handling tbe funds of n crept npilt Ica1 party Is no sinecure according1 ta Mr Sheldon More people visit head quarters to risk for money thata dO nate funds for the good of the c use Occasionally however the reverie In the case Mr Sheldon relates with pleasure an Incident of the last presi dressednianjob canted and asked to jtee the tre surer He was admitted and said Mr Sheldon I am not a rich mIlDbut in my own way want to make a con tribution to the Republican campaign fund My offering Is Small but It Is all I can nfford to give WpuM you care to accept 2 Instantly ilr Shel don paspcd th strangers hand and assured him that your contribution the kind we want Mr Sheldon is a native of Brooklyn Hnronrdn0ss since 1879 A Worker For Wilton William Gl McAdoo df Npw York tbe tunnel builder vice chairman of the Democratic national co mltt ls one of tbe newest figures In politics He Is one of the three representatives frojn New York on Governor 7llsoaifi advisory committee At the Baljlniore convention he did effective ilWork for the New Jersey governor and Is en thusiastic his support Although new at political campaigning Mr Mc Adoo Is an effective speaker native of Georgia Mr McAdoo was educated In the University of Tennessee and began the practice of 1m by American Press Association t WILLIAM a UADOO law In Chattanooga In 1000 here moved to New Yo k and while still practicing his profession conceived the schema to tuanel the Hudson rIver ThIs lard previously been attempted but resulted iu failure organized a couipnny rind built two tubes liuder till Hudson river subways In New York counectlns the tunnel pndn huge oflice building In New iork city Iliillroml men laughed when Mr Mip Adtxi hepin his project hut lie perse tad and won TlXIiiV no one even nnlleswbeu Mr McAdoo talks of tun trots raid subways He n big factor local passcnpr transportation In New YorK and Its vlclnltj Knoxs Sarcasjn Bccrt nry of State KnOs Jt It said while passing thi follectjoo plate one time In his youthful days idlsplayed his chnractorlstle quick wit As he entire to one juan distinguished tor his wealth and ar ljnony he was waved cwflly asideVNothing slIldhe Dan I have nothing Take Jlomethlng then said the youthful Knox This collectlqa1 k rfr thi poor yonmowudge 4 Good Farm of Sale J I desire to sell privately y farm 6 t140 acres t tpcatill ttmUes from Lebatvon oh plkt blifrm 118 lt i1ew 1del1Ig- awl nQw oQt n1din iilndJf1111 ajprovedn every way i inll t fptjrtteitfJ Ty T M Mifplf Le anon1Ks lVVA Tc F 1JNJA84R LtiL1 u I tNh Pieiuioiu TJMil- Owenaboro Ney mWc r Messenger The following ha84el writ ten to a local pension torn y by Capt WJ SkmeY jafote pen1 sion examiner from his office at Frankiort In regard to the piy ing of Confederate pensions un I der the new law and will prove of interest to the thousands throughout the state who are interested inihe distribution of the 500000 that it is expected this pension law will send out annually J haye to say tl1atJnalap plication has not bel nhad on any application yet jTtfere ajV 2600 app icitiprfs now on file and many are being received daIly and they ire being pre pared as rabidly aspossible for consideration by the pension hoard It takea great Seal of r- J time and labor m each casor and cons quently much delayoccura As soon as aJJ1N ifi18are passed on finllj tbe lard I will notify each lapplicant or his atorney ofthe result The dates jSr vtdtd for in theaw4r tie paymerit of pensions aria Aujsl Tifs November 5 Febrtf jfr Ojaog May 5 conaeqaantly ip ijons can nqbpaId be toie thp6tbof Ifofember text rrie pofbo will bekin in all Ctte that are favorably act d IcationsI oQic When applications are received here the date of their receipt is stamped upon them so that iinallca inrhich the pensions are a1lqjre jhey will be calculated from tbe date of omnvorready for payment byNovciD per 5 it is impossible forme to tU at this date I want to assnra 91 and anI t who may enquire of you thit IIrealize the anxiety of many cf the applicants and that all pos sible haste is bein mate hi the J OnSiderpdon n ri l j diCf ik iJlion in the claims that artBo pending or that iriifherealter be filed Very truJyyors W J StoneExijniBerM N1 i t t Died in r1tI5John WilliamabetIrknown as Johnf Courts tbe5jgro who last week killed his wife th Guinea and thin shptbie self dwd at the conaty jail Fri t lay nightat lOoclocltfrofa in ternaV hemorrbifgeT fl b body was removed to GIJi BosUy8 j undertaking establishment and orepared for buriat and OB Sat orday was conveyed KOthe bwt of one of his sons InliiGilnea 4The funeral servtcfwa obiU ct ed i in ftie color fd Method church Sunday aTtefftOOMacvViii terxnentwasfntedo4orea dlvlj SOb of Ryder ceBie Coroner T OT 1 hel an inquest at tbyball at 9 oclock Monday r ftJ1f1 thsg1 Jjury a v rdictwaa lQ1k that Coasts had iBurd Ml hh Y f wife by shooting hir wUk p tol and had infiictds mevU K Iihatcusedousy causeatid toide Lebaqon Ptolt t t I LuckyGri j ThfSOur town wail tcMted toUa sigbjT of iUs iri ia 4oi jcU hulsday whea fej el The vehiclea were iMWt MI HrlkThe xider weTre ira k manage of ItaiMNbrrh Sow Co poultry hosieat Cs jp bollsville Th s6wd WMltay tr Hobspc a grocern of the same city Thilblrd was Vat tel Rut ax lnsuraac MM t rC LebatioQ7 Grea brjtf JUcfri VI ANTEDTbe Co8fflofetiiB Jro1 require tkj tyls ttl repre4iItaUye iidai4suTtoV11U rthiary Mat sk rlotri rssisas aM 9exteu leIm4 Wetlittsietko pro4 uaQ lIt t fflJt I rrI JIcti4GI1P4PIoe 1SV co Ibis bsto oti- he11 dc s Wlttl rhWr r4 aiT4r q Yrk Oily itdea I 7c J l ljitnlj nSlfADRFt t i ttSPIKGFnLD KY L pynlt1JIID JiI i JOSEPH r1J witor and Publisher ft 1 t r4 yfciftfcaiy s ago the Course Jornl published a statement to r 3 the effect that the District of b iI CphiinbU was indebted to t 4 United States In the sum r t4j JjilQOO taccountof the boa f an t clot Jng bill of the insane of tfieDIs1flctIf Columbia T ta BcottMayes the accountant for r ofwhichf1Sayir that the amount the D s J irujf owed the United States is zi neat1one million dclars and fit i stucco the investigation iiro Dis 1t ttict affairs was hegun by Mr t r Jopnson little over a year ago J Congress has already required jt the District to pay 769000 account of tbis board bill cover 11I ing tperfod over 80 years Mr Jrt Mayas says that when the entire acccunt has peen audited by hi l that this item alone willI amount Jf to close to 100000000 inclnd i tc iioffthe 76900000 already re r q g to by paid into the United SiSStK asu ry Mr May es als- thitaccottntsanditad by him to IM relent time Will slow t c2OOboi I r dplnmbial to the tilted States t The In vesiigatiptu begun bjf yeafa fto jis di moqsrajj g 1to tbl 4 country than sachan ihvestigu Lion ffasbadlyt Eeded aW that jresnlts beyond BopeaTof the DLs trlct Committee have already been reached Thm is certainly one inlvesigalfori ghat has lifei been fruitless It is claimed b t tidee in position to know th rtat not onlr will additional larg 1 hfftAot but that it will result in the waving of thousands annually hereafter The cost of the in Vesttgatlon faHhas been only monetIactually recovered by the United States Much regret was expressed fherew en it became known thai Ji Cbarjey Whilemoon was nc frr more Many in this county bar y taken his remedies and wen loud In proclaiming their medici nil value HR was very popal- alli over the state and especially t IjttjLqioIsyille Aside from bit reputation as an herb doctor hj y was a good type of man and 4 i iCs be truly said that the sta CA11 Poorer for his h aviagdied s r early S c Jzo1goscbz r rested a few days ago on aj tcharge of assult and battery Wbtn the proof developed thf fact that the man he assaulted fr bad been twitting him about be t ing the father of the man whc yassassinated President McKin ley the court dismissed thEt charge and commended him foi gif ing the fellow a sound thresh ring And the judge was right ifor we do not believe in holding XthiacU of an unprincipled boj ftftaJBBl bis gray headed parent I v DY Fenwick I fr and Mrs Will Nalley and iwOCbildren Bohon and Kobbit and Mfand Mrs Ciarenc Graves and sou Leroy dined att rTimife Hfive Kiineyyy- TmMouOeTer SutectJL y i How To Find Out + commong1asswithyousIltatand twentyfoor sours a brick dust edit mentfOrscttung stringy or milk r healthy condi tion of the kidneys too frequent desire tot pass it or pain iin the back are also symptoms that tell you i the kidneys and bladder arc out of ordef and aced attention s r What To Do There Iscomfort inthe knowledgeot Kilmerjs fulfills almost every wish in correcting rfctiMMtisa pain in the back kidneys UTtrWa4derandeverypartofthjurinary tMMfe JCotTects inability to hold wat- p i v baeiaewobayi unpleasant ne hllity ef1td I 0itwi i e tI + litrIIII sr IeI lRareleukabk iced Xtatanda thehJgbestbc lefteilli jttoW Jyon sad arGU So1d baWd ai i1a iItyceat 7 arkl etite4ellat if tH Yen try lraxa aallpte bott1eaentree hpIeoC c y ilL AclanMDr Kilar q mgItanteSaddrw a1wntQp s 0000000 000 00000 0 iyr PUBLIC SALE il lNl FINE FHRM eCrop 0oft rdri AT OCLOCK P M 0 On the above date I will offer for sale on the premises 14 mile Id from Mackville Ky 4cc MY FARM OF 100 ACRES 0 0t oeThis farm is on eof the host is the county and has a gocd residency g 8 acre tobacco barn under good fence good water and all outbuild ings all good tobacco land 75 acres in grasslJ tI The land will be offered in three tracts and then as a and soldso as to realize the most money Seeding nrviltxrn given at c once possession of farm given January 1st n I Will also Farming Implements of all kinds t8000 lobncco 0 nSttcks 8 tons timothy hay 75 barrels of Corn TETti50ct LandOno half cash Balance in 2 and 3 years On Personality10 and under cash over 10 on credit of 6 months o Note bearing interest from date tIIn DENtat 00000U000 t 000OC 0 the home of Mr and Mrs R E hewtnakera Sunday ughBi ter Mrs Bertha Walston visas Mr and Mrs Will Barker ant family Sunday fMiss Catharine Graves of Biincb has returned bgnie aCie J wo weeks visit with relative tare Miss Ethel and Verna Roger risked Misses Val ria and Tavi Goodlett at Bardstown from Friday until Sunday and attend d the Bardstown fair Saturday Mrs Will Nalley and childrei alwere the guests of Mrs Derwt Shewmaker Thursday Mr Kent Graves and Mr anEtad MIS ihildren visited at Mclnti Saturday and Sundayi Mr arid Mrs R B Grave Lcd family visited Mr and Mr- Edd Graves at MackvilleSun iay Born to the wife of Johi Harmon the 4th of Septa girl irand Mrs Huston Mont ornery were the guests of tin tatters mother Mrs Nan Fen rick Sunday CatharinaGraves visited Mrs James Lan Jam Thursday Mr and Mrs Stanley Roger visited at Springfield Saturdai ttand Sunday Mrs Milton Sweeney lIH Mrs Spooncymore of Danvill- ere the pleasant guests of M indMrs J D Sweeney Saiur day and Sunday rMrs Rent Rogers Hnd child ren spent Tupsday with Mrs Qrldie Janes Misses Mary R Janes am Annie Shewmaker and Wtl Logsdon and Harry Junes wet the guests of Miss Gravel 3undayfMrs Bert Fenwick heparents Mr and Mrs Di Rogers Tuesday There will be oatlioltc erl Ice here Sunday morning by Rv behififsingJohn Harmon is on the sic k list a y Ij atItended chuch ut Sprngtield litdiSuiday f l d his parent Mr and Mrs S Begley Sunday UI f Miss Emma Adams was bap r tizvd and received in the baptist w s chnrdi Sunday afternoon byt1 Rev Co leYOnlY a ffew men 101Saall briuht girl and loved by alltt TWbO know her r MR Mrt Siititi jrve a c iilu lpt chi 1 Rat Ilot sitelti i n TLI q jjie amu ing t see IlIcoJ JSj tinkers pperating the needle II the women chattering J Mr Bert Fen wick purchas dnrJ from Erastus Vase a horse fall Price unknowntLittle Lucille Graves is belts r 11StibprosperousI and t nltlCartwrtghts Creek e rLe Lunkfurd and wife of Indiana are visIting Mr Ie Ra IIMrs county spent Saturday MarionI father Mp Robert OrUies ofhi ythis placed Burii on Snnd v Septfmrjr Blitndeboyr w Miss Ethel and Eliz fireeno re1 ui ned to their horn in ILouis ville after several daysi unit with r Roe and Miss Elltn Ctrrifo Several tetattending the State PaIr Lousviljethis IIl b week 1Arth1r Smith and fkj spent Sunday with MrB AIi Smith s1tenberTuesday with her mother 18j JH Dmvlin- gs Oai and Mrs Thomas ys were in our midst Sunday elhJI Mrsrl W Obrvan is vc rv at this u riling rl The farmrs ate busy cut ingj tttoMI s Della Mcdley wlo Ilft IIIJIIIn the sick listor evera4 weeks ve area glad to J ly is able ta ut again I rlMEly iilNTS FOri FAR lERS What Clean Bilking Means Clean inllUiiix ruinS a nnutbe- rhlugs1hc of milk rs hoods sliiiulil he iiuruu hlv rUiii lie should venri lean llotJuS In could nut use tobuc o While uiilkliiR he should music the udder and uljaci lit tarts just tetor- mllklug anti VM them clean with arap cloth or spi ke lie should thru wily the first tw for three jetsof mlilc but come fruit tl eats The first milk J jvery watery crud it sa iimoilnts to aotlilbg hut ll ma Mitnininnte the fibula milking If It cts Into the pail If an accident Lau leas by whist a Mltt of milkis ed do nut try t euro It by straining taut In dote peep the linger nails lowly triinnifd ml get the mill Into pure cleiin veot atinosphtre us Dun us possible fter It Is dniwn Fatten t e Old Sheep It is a sorry n AlcrtakliiK to ntrenipt food lip tut fold iviirnnnt sliwp tin wintr i try cauuot stand tiw till and muttl It JIlII stahliiii islU plenty o J line hnyf preferably mi tlirmiuli iutltri uiial made Ilsllw uric iall a HiSjibtc INI lo old xlifi pjf r nhlvr nay on pis ire mid sil tin n hurl cultd wi ath IxM finTi kill touch you not t lfi nd whiHp Lot the other tuna have thf id small IIk f sheep on the farm it nut help Lot Ittel riMid n turns for invostneiit ml iiro Novcr buy mans nlK If hoy urn nnl Ktioil nnugh her hut roil nil nffurd to vvn thorn Rest Dot een Lsctatians Our crsuiiai roforowe N for a nw hiih will tiU a irtt in so far illU emu tTiu ftit toast t a inunllt it vyon lai lull porinds SiUlt tvsi good Fur be jfw and ttucalf Vhon lie is lug jind breeding the liifiti st type of daliy stork however th eriod of sea routes less null toss kc pofut when unrest nt IIlIlis taken iirh a disposi on oh the part f the ow is not tub deplored however As rule wlh nod vertigo brooding totk It is not iulcult to 4r the cow If proppTcn Is exenIfed KII nrmer The luable Sheep The shoop is osslbly the most ready itimal on the farm to respond to tie attention Hid regular fetnl Tin spnson an earl winter art Ih hue make nipid jraliis on slltrl- lJre is III lima that till farmer handle Hi will turn fall pature anda lilt IIIru iiffo money faster inn a biin ti if healthy sheep Ilie Id hoop who taki the early an mil sea oi id piit on tfoiHl paiuif circa a ttlov tIll twice n vUl r stuffn unl li Jl ItllllrtJIIIIrt Phs i8 tho t sno iet tilt return piunfho lit Klb Mnep r Explained Sea Me Ho nler Iut a hv itll vni cull tin hoiis Marine VUwT Tliv JIt n illnit of the tin to bit nmlni ly 1Inll see Ir my late ancl e Siii r tltrll neaiit or tmrhics I1l1dII tilry fond of Ina out u tin a hItJIlllIIlIb ather Plain Sloud Im old get my goNI looks rora my mot or ItGrlI wi nldnt rc PSt that if Ii crn cwt MnndVh not Ethel feet e will think your mot her troy stingy ltwtun Travolpr unj Misogynist Yoiiluve teen very naupht boj Harol slid Ms mother uu shall tell s or fillitU when he rnnii s lonie Oh of q treecriafmwl Harsh fort jiever onltl keep a sOtrltaAI- Uhl Journr His Grouch Whets ffie zl bra milking about T nsls tbi ht 111 of the mans Ila ftt 1111111 Hell IllOM ill qusdfl d ill it tiasnt bent lUII1II 1 rt of awl tii11 1u ileui aili Inlu Star Easy Money Vh vim iiiirry lijnV rte lh at d Old ill It fur ton years Mirry h u and dlItlr own coo- lingIlona u Post OtJ h 40 HEADOF REGISTEREDI POLANDI CHINA PUBLIC ThUd ON-o CMtAt farm i 2vATi In this sale are Yearling Sows Spring Gilts aim Boars sire by International Grand Champion Every Jit g in this sal will be sold wi ol1Gbybidorlimit t i GeoI L Wharton Jit r Jj aD jB1D11 LAKE a CIII LII L I t IWe give 80 Ibs of Coal cl to the bushel andload all wagons with coal fork Loaded ici this useslackwhy buy Be L surety have your coal forked arid save money fby doing so I 11 11BDI LAKE3I I Lrr CO5 IIJ rL L FFRR THE CHILDREN I The Katydids The katydids they do all the time says Its very impolite Tonutcontradict doIht It must be pleasant tor the grasshoppers LtWhy don t tho beetles tell them or the antsy II huvo to stop my ears to drown their noise0I tale pattern from the katydids you good little girls and little boys Tagjdive tl nllelspnewjjoys even to the unspeakable bliss of the old s lmuil hole The idc pklcc forsncli a game Is a deep creek witeb banks two or three feet above they Iter and n heavy plank stretching fro batik to bank at one end of the swl wing pool t rooInrIcrud along the bank of creek It your pursuer starts to cross the plank 7you wait until be nearly reaches the shnllowI 1tIhe Is under water When lie comes t hf wU unit v fiiiiittiiiK on the p dt bald rill gauze ilrlll llhls ijlllck tlliukill andcleut diving hwiiuiuiug running 1un1 dodging Seemetlmlre n buy barely two fret tn idvmie of his pursuer dive in u pool ring the a 1putlk Icink Just in tune ta escape be lug hlggtllurtt like a lliish dive over the head t f the buy in the water ac lie ou ihe short fr iii which he star iitforv tin iitlnr fiIUiw run to round Uhiug iiil tanlinq under water so It to return to the cfigliial diving place ire other tricks which this cute vstlitK uiuaiii s run be VTrrknl Vouthsc uiuiiaiii lu A Russian Fable mainlydg Itrurl wanting man urn 1I1t11I ii hjtxie lu the wurm lose by title would think that It vitr IHIItl1 Infore Have the gout tto look Every one in dlflluliti with It- Jlw1 hare loiiiuiHi fur it quirt iDHnorKl the worm couple hours r rain will do much to refresh tIt arth they should rather make u fuss of n said the tout Modest and nil issiiiiiing lie galetly vlniv n ilirowu tuii Inln ilHint fur crul Ii mill yet have 1Streer heard nsiceouch ax a ha nk you It Is not with nit niiM iii tlial the world is reviled alinot t4n grain of jllstlnllIltg ltnw exrliiimitl the worm Voase your omplalut This shun hats brlff but tirlrf as bus been its utny it hits abiiiiilaiitly itnntl till lildx itiiil orate the fruit and vvueta en the UitiT TIN farmers hopes ire rvvjvtal Kit you n late haveV iver ne for mankind You lit on Iii ground a rltrv wijcbt The IrtUI you no thanks ntlittiitf lnifud tours doing yo fxn itilns nun ah you Meryl Voiitic itiiili exclusively my an Itrenrlyer tnkis his meals Pt n t inntiit ltit io Trlbiim Its Object Ve jrirH hove formed an anti tclr hilclub viral bas It stimulated the yoitir non oT the ncichlmrhfiotl nnyy Ion Rvlllo Onirftr JounmlI An Indication of Agei What t iuuktt ian think be Is pas fortyrunderstand ho has como to the con rlusiiiu that Is Is a tint aUCDtl- Olt terse Truss I Another Convenience IfareNoughtl myself nn openwork bat How iilro deter Yon ealu talk so iiMirb better through W Itnithnn- tninrttttn I the Tnres Poss isaions tve a kltbrI PUt In my tint What hI ntttt1rot roust Jonpn iolUiritte And uf yours SmlthV Vvv gal sHITrnsrtJp in rnlnfKn bath4P H 1ftl In a Strest Car dit At OB nste1WRJ luynetf5 you jnowHoston Trail tlit Veryr r FrfendThen yon had j ntlKfHctorr f census TlicjtrlraT Manager Very Two of IjourI at nntnKOtiLstlc crltlca diinl Ill SELECTING THE- MftKR0DUCER1 Points That Indicate the Cow Possessing Dairyr Qualities In n general way a dairy cow should be Inclined to be spore and hotly her food going to produce milk rather than flesh She should be wedge shaped the large end of the wedge toward her rear when viewed from the side The tofore part of the cow run be light the head rind nook rat her small crud rather long The body should be rather long nlcrud tin ribs well sprung to give a good ih through the digestive sys leis niJ enable her to convert Inn e nttlka1nit lilly should gradually dt t pen to 1lrtl the flank joining the udder hi an almost continuous line The udder should Ill large when full of milk It should be well formed with four teats of good size and shape The udder should not be meaty and after milking it should be minli smaller and hang In soft folds The mill talus on each side of the billy iimfer neath should be large and nre uMially millIk IllrIpbody should also In large The dillry lOW should be free from iheshiness tgygulnr In shnpe and yet have a thrifty iiiid healthy appearance llHogging Off Corn toffence off With pornihle fences such acres as the hogsj cart eatt down In n IIweek or ten days It will often pay to clbog off corm ml her fhanto gather It and teed It to the hogs nllKxperlments have shown this raeth to he economical whpn conditions nre sure as to prevent waste of corn willroften greatly simplify the busy farm ors problems To get the best results soy beaus or Vovpeas should bo plnut a with the corn or else the lungs shouTd hurt tthe rm of a legume pasture as wel us 1Itlt4S to Hi iorntleld L t Save the Manure Nalnnd Is so rklt thus Its owner can kffonl to waste the umiitire that rdnutde his farm stmk Iy14aterinp Horses hurt that watered only two or three times dot opt to drink too nitlch tit one time Game ol prefixes citeuStuut onie xvoni which lie is guts when return Vlnn ip ctiutexMn he Is ticImill jfiist gufss lit Disking ipiestions what the tfesl nt tin woftl is The layers answer h ihwli manner or no erInter SUIIIOtI1 proUx vs Is given and lilt word ihosfii is eiprwss It uuiy e rellrr llItP41 In vhrinus waysnn pressman dellwrlug a package tnlI rhelitfglnnlm with ex but must con Itnso asking Itioiis until the right lli Is tonilldtThf pliitfr tvliulins revealed tthe word Ly W1 ir lir actlotis takes the 4itii icri ii a jIl1 hiives the nMim viiir n arc vritHng siiiiii fr dln to stfR Then the m mi lii W ere Silk Csnos From TotUlrtlt of nlli Milk used IClldtlilt thc prvNjgrt ul n vilkworm ipon oak IPMW tIntS main r rrmu hniirung al itirln It ioirx at tnuluirltetst 111111IIml yillnv lib Stilt lnitiihutuivil Into the tusfiilis ofIttntuerit Fongecs nr also prpdiiciHl from slllwurner led on mk lehve Wild silk hns ri cejritlv omi mint siopulnr owing to thcj adoption of a new flrociss f bltnirhing wlilrh ul lutes the material iilKMtu ntlr to e dyed In the most dellilte slrnles j f srrWild Is ali lib t material lor iiytklur ijtiiv wings of ioroilnucs Ilnttc4sllk cortiprlstfi hirlety of bypnxtiicm Hr the Industry oblulued ltlr front rcjtH te l tOt oon 0Truckling the Trencher This Is an old Kttgifeli gnme TjO cjul dean sit all the Millicis kneel u ring1Ypersuu4ln tbt center holds the trencher Ha pit tin will gecvch oncj when all ore ready he truckles or spins t nt the same lliiR culling the name if sonic one lUUie ring TUo ono until edjniwt spring qnlukly and ttty to lrhtlllfpllltebct wew both hands before It stops sptnplngT If he sue feeds he takes rIll pTScCtln the router nil the first trwker lutes In the slut 1111 dory not ath the flute between ownh AJIS before It stops plnntng he Jcijjs forfeit N Iol1lJtNl fIt J IdmiDiStrators 1f 11- r 1c itSv t t As adminitr ttcr of the state of M s E miy Wilson Iwe will at hdlateleidfnccrri1tfilseyKyon = TU6Sd Y OGtObBtJst l= AT 130 OCLOCK P M J r 11fAt the same dud place the heirs oF the said Mrs Emily Wilson will offer for sale her farm ol = e 170 JRGSV o c 4 f4 WashingtonCounty f tobacco land and is well watered has on it aarge1l W i otherbuildings tf Terms and made known on day of sale fiI Z i e LEACIIjMAN Admr c and lieirtofMrjEluily Wi son M iQ u a u aa A 77rt r SFtGT6U pa58 ra For singlestrap or field Justrtoes in a shell press the button a dPqLL Tho lido bolt makes it easy You dorit havg to tog at the barrel or watch an abptisempty Five shotsthree to get theedppleeeaclt und r absolute con youkickssanotherout of the kick all without diminishing the dnyo behind the shot Simple takedcnvn a few turns of thee readily handled 1magazine sorewcap makes cleaning carrying and inter chango of barrek quick and easy Bend thIa ftictionfdevlco found onlyon- Lm A Remington UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes the punishment Out of heavy loads 1 rWrlto today RE INGTON AUMS UNION I rj 51ETALUQ CARTRIDGE CO 20 Brooaw r 7 NawYorkOt j News Leader one yeartad LdyiviUe Pcsl tirov JO1 150 r j BURTONiRESIDENT DENTfS- TjUfl Work Guaranteed i i 1 b PHONEl62R t OMrioK Jaian Block u P starre SPRINGFIELD KY 1f r jJR Jt lltUEljr 5 Pijsiciaa and Surgeon I 1 Office hours 8 to 9 am a lto 2 pIp Offices over Hayflons Drngstor f W Fr pRlGSBY ATTORNEY rAT LAW OlHceover Peoples Bank tc rt3PR1NUFIEti1 J KY- f n DM W HYATT V 4OOftlce over Red Cross Drug + Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 1 J fi m to 12 m4 t05pm J McYILLIAMSI Notary Public t WILLISBURG KY At Depositions a Specialty jJ JOBNYMAVESEillL 1 f1 AND LICENSED EMBAM1R 4 ITELEPHONE i V DAY 19 NIGHT T4- r SPMSFIELILKY afi t DR IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL j y DENTISTOffice over Hayddn Is Barber rentalwork at reasonable prices tll wdsk guaran ed- t SPRINGFIELD KY 1 r f JPnblirr Sale 1 A adfliiuislrator of tile estate of JNlrorod feiutth dfeceas d J i iiwiil at his ttea residence on the Mooresville and Booker pike on r y JiSatrtrdayr September 14 re at onp oclock pin offer for sale to the Highest anti best bidder the following property Or black yearling steer out yearling heifer onesuckling horse cult sow pigs and shoats one runabout one old bug Ky one cultivator onehalf interest I in mowing machine 3 plows A harrow 4 bales of wire fene one 3rdw marker 13 interest in organ some old gear and other t artlclestoo nuiheroud ito mention i Terms made kr own on day at sale r v H KcuRrsiNGERv v Administ atb Notice Notice iSjSivjBh tHat Peterson npbJ aillIng haa dissolved ptfrtnerahip should anyone have 7r claims against ad first they Hvil present them for payment i 9 M Peterson Sam T Spalding firovuW j TOWNLocalttirtrttotf Happenings tfra of ti6r freshest and Latest 1 All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances it IM lg t Fort SALESWagni and set Oft double harness r P OBryan 1AyRRls of White Seed rye rrand Mrs W R Selecraan offadaughteroff fall and winter millinery just iin Miss Ellen Wathe- oLOSTA gray coat between fFif atlthisThe ladles of the church Walnut will Street serve christianIiIi county court day j premIjJohn W Lewis iI Come in and see our now line of falland winter millinery JI Miss Ellen Watben Our early tailored models and street bats are now In We can pleaseyou in style and price Come in Mrs Williams Ii FOR SALE Nice Dwelling oniii High Street uear Catholic Church Has rooms and ha1 located on It acre lot Apply to T For JR Montgomery Mirs Josie McIttire has been appointed register of births and1 deaths in precincts Nos 89 and 10 under tbe Vital Statistics law LOST During the Springfield fair gold locket and chain Finder will return to this office and receive reward Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church next Sunday 11iugthe choir Strayed on my farm near Fenlwick one white sow weighing about 250 pounds Owner may lave same by paving for this adyertisementrand for pasturage W B JeffriesI IV show the styles that will instantly attract you The lat est novelties in feathers veils etc Mourning goods aspeciahy Lt MrsI Williamstt STRAYED On my farm about 16 weeksago a red brar weigliipg about 110 Ibs Owner may have same by paying for keepand for thisi advertisement J BART SMITH W G Grundy and Sister willi sell at pubicauctiuu Wednesday September 25th a lot of tine stock including 8 head of 2 yearold mare mules Itftra good Ones r LitrPEsquiYe JWO Polin ontered fsome of the tobacco raised last year bv Nelse Mitchell in the State Fair and carried off the second premium in the bright leaf ring r TOPICS M DR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElrjoyVfe Shade rs grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to 12l to 4 Quite a large number of people of the county are attending tbe State Fair this week Re duced rates are given on all railroads the fare from Springi field being 205 for the round- trip STRAYED From my place one long yearling steer weighing about 856 Ibs7 color red with some white spots and horns Liberal reward for any inforraa lion leading to her recovery C J Haydon Tobacco raisers in Washington county have been taking advan tage of the fair weather during the past ten days to cut and house their tobacco and the realer part of the crop has been harvested Little com plaint t iis heard tthis year from house burning and it is expected that this counts crop this yen will be a splendid one Wash ngton countj tobacco has a reputation in class by itself ands much in demand in all markets Appointed Chairman Mr John A Polio has received hotice from the Democratic State Campaign Committee that be had been appointed Chairman rf the Washington County Ctm aign Committee and was iu Louisville yesterday to attend a leetirig of the County Chairmen Revival i Revival services will begin at heBaptist church next Sunday lhe preaching will be done by lZev Fred F Brown of Bloom ield Ky Rev Brown has jr ached here before andall who heard him then are de ighted that lie is coming again IMie services will be at 10 am and 730 p m daily The public is cordially invited t hamp Clark at Bardstown Speaker Champ Clark will open the campaign in the Fourth District at Bar stows September 20 Quite j delegation of the Speakers Washington coun ty friends will be on hand to lear him To The Public From September to 23 my place of buiness will be closed lS I am going on a business trip and a visit to my lparents Mr and Mrs John Uaumbauer at Wabash JIII so I thank the public for past patronage anti ioicit your future patronage Yours ftespt SpiingtieUl City Tailor lP W Uaumbauer trop PouSALK Two thoroughbred South Down bucks C L Crundy R RI u i Q C j v We have Just Received I The Newest Models in ManTailored k Coat Suits in Diagonal Cheviots MIIt Mixtures and Mens Serges in cotchIIT ttnavy gray and novelty mixtures ing in prices from fr 1 10 To 3500 II Also in Juveniles and Serges and Scotch size 14 15 16 and 17 at 1250 to 200Q I are all BischoFs suits which insures them to MixturesII fit wonianship and material Look TC 11InstYle buying 1 f Cunningh m Duncan Co s I I Fine Dwelling Bur ecT- On last Monday he largU dwelling of M rs IgI Peterson gat Texas was dlJ vexed inflames I The fire was tr unknown ilnatedil when discovered o rapiaiv did the flames gain h dway that nothing was saved from th- thousei Twp outbuil ings locaj ed near the bouse also took tile and were bur d to the ground It was tior some timMr feared that the tarpe tore of J D Peterson wont also burn Mr Peterson was in Springfield andio response to telephone call hurried in an ai lumobile tto the scene of the fire However the wind turned in o direction from tile store and further destruction as averted Child Scalded On last Saturda miwnio Lydia the 2year Id child off Mr Purddm Pinkston fell into a small jar of boilin water and was so badly seal ed that it lived only a few ours The bereaved parents haie the sympathy of the whol community in their sad bereave ent Married at Willisb rg Marriage license vas issued this week to lrerett LIed man and Miss Maud oyalty Tne bride is a aughter of JJ M Royalty and ii a popular young lady ofU Willisbur g neighborhood while the groom wbo is a son of Mi E P Ded man is ono of the c jutys most prominentschool Ie hers Marriagelicpnse as also is sued to Mr Earr9t Beavers and Miss Pearl H ydon f5otn of whom are wellwn people of Willisburg Sister Perpetua Dad Sister Perpetua n ho for sev eral years past has een a teacher of music at St Catharines Academy died in Boston a few days ago after all illness of severalmonths Si e had been in delicate health before she left here some mon is ago aDdI it was thought that the ber1healthay tet laent which toot place yes terday morning aa 9oclock Sister Perpetua wa well known to the people hen and was a very talented music an For Sale I desire to sell irivately my farm near Spri gtield Ky consisting of 120 cres Farm has on it 2 good dwellings good tobacco and stock arras Has on it two jiuver faiIPr wells and is otherwise well watered 40 acres bottom land Pic as Fen wick Schoolax A penalty of 5 PII dent will be added to all Gras d School tax that is not paid jy September lOih lfyou do not want this additional cost 301 r tax must be paidat ItGWoN Treas PUBLIC 11 SALE Having decided to quit fartr rig I will on Saturday Sep 221 1912 tIer for sale mj farm if not sold privately haft re Said farm is 7 miles westof Springfield of the LJearwalluw ah d Fredericks town pka IINill also on same date offer mv stock crops farming implements etc J ENSOR PUBLIC SALE If nut sold ljrWjitely before I will on Saturday Sep 21 1912 al 2 oclock pmtoffer for sale my storehouse in spnngQeld ad joining toe Walt n hotel Parties desiring toil look over tit property will ual on tne under signedj CL PRICE The Law says bushel of cc is 80lb AYe hay always given you 80 lbs of foru oushel Economy says ave your coal loaded wall COl rk V6 load all of our with a fork See that yoU get our coal load ed with a fork s that you get n burnslaclcjWhy B take iS Co IPERSONAL Miss Margaret Shaw of Am chor ge Orphanage Mesdimes James D Hawes J D Cooper and A W Gor foO of LouIsville spent Thursday at the Grundy Orphanage IMisses Lillieand Nancy Slmms are spending the week iri Louisville Mr and Mrs Tame Cleinonts and Mr and Mrs Pat Kelly are LouisvilleeMrs Katie Williams is in Louisville this week 1tJoe Robert 0 Bryan iis the guest of friends here this week Miss Mabel Williams has returned from a trip to Bardstowji erMiss Minnie McClelland Miss Mary Tong aud Miss Efflie Fcs ter will be with Miss Ellen Wathen this season and invite themgMissJane Murray Wathen of Owensboro has returned to her home after a visit to relatives lliege Miss Bessie Smith entertained- at euchre lust Saturday afternoon Delightful itfreshmeuts were served rind an enjoyable afternoon sprit The club prize was won by Mrs Steve Thompson and the visitors prize by Mrs Toe Polio Miss Lula Timmons of Leba non is the guest of Mrs T W Simms fir Mrand Mrs T Scuti Mayes have returned to Washiugtun where Mr Mayes will resume his duties In the District of Columbia InedtigattonI IrHays of Louisville was here SaturdayIMr Jamey Thompson of1u liana olisfvisiting his mother Mrs Alice Thompson Mit Careltou of Cincinnati was here several days this week Mr and Mrs J J McCabe ai in Louisville this week Tv T City Ordinance The ty Council of the oily nl Springfield Kentucky du or rdain us loilbws section Tnattthe property owners of the city of Springfield IKentuckylacing High Street on the north sde thereof begmnii g at the point where Main cross street crosses the said High Street and opposite the Baptist church and thence running west vardly along the Lorth side of said High Street to the end of said Hgh Street in front of thdir respective proper ty a side walk said sidewalk tub five feet wide and to be of good concrete paying Section 2 Said sidewalk to be put in tend paid for by property owners facing on the northSide of said High street between Main cross street and the western end of saiu High Strett cacti property owner to put in and pay for that pertijiiof said sidewalk in fiout of hisor her respecttveproperty Section 8 said sidewilk to be put in and finished on or be fore Nov 1912 Section 4 If any portion of said sidewalk herein ordered to be put in rtmain unfinished on the tirat dy of NOY lyithe sine will be made and pu in by the City and a lien will oe re tained upon and forced against the property facing on the north side of said High Street as here in above set out as provided by tatty sidewalkishall be wage and put in a under the immediate supervision of the street improvement committee Approved Sept 0 1912 IC McEuiOY Mayor Attest F Nue Clerk- Cardwell n An ice cream supper will be given at the new scnoolhouse at Cjerewell on Saturday night Sept 2Lst 1912 Supper served front six to eleven p m Excel lent music will be furnished by a string band Proceeds for thee benefit off school Miss Virtner Sims visited Misses Nante and Rebecca Graham Saturday night and Sunday hisaregular appointment at Mt Freedom Baptist ch rrb Sun 1day R yDiily of Louisville ti ill preach at Mt Freedom church Sunday Mr and Mrs Oswell Adit in son of Coruishville visited Mr and Mrs Edd Moore Sunday Miss Pearl Young 6tfHar I JUST r RECEIVED lIIi A Big and ChoicesLot j l t ffATILADlE I 0F C rtJtJ jlI IIIICut and and hnciein Winter the Styles latest ga1l1 Prices Will SURELY PLEASE YOifT I i tkl1tLit 1 We have also received a i rgess ladiesi Mens and Childrens Jjr II IIWe1 II beforethey are picked over Jr L r PRICESALEiOf all summer goods still going on and will continue un= til Sept 1st Come and get some of these great bargains ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THROUGH 1 II THE ROBERISOW CLkYBROOKECQ- SS iNCORPORAT- Diir I w LL run r mil aiif iii 0 c f ri5BYYCOALII II III I I lAND SAVE MOfEYIf I August 1st 1912 we willfill I Coal House with High Grade i COAL at I IIYourBushel on iCari or16odelkier d1I I 80 lbsfo tie bushel t 1rI I McCLUKE S W LjS 1 THE COAL DEALERS U ee ersirwi Jthis rodsbufg place is visiting relatives atI Mr looker M thorly and Miss Maud Lowery tluietly drovp to Miifkvilla Sunday BUd were united in marriage by Rev Yancy James Graham n 8h irps yule is very ill of bright disease and is not expected to live Mr Hansford Holiday returned home from Illinois Monday- Mr Grant Kay of BalJard isl teaching cl iss of vocal music lat Mt Freedom Mr Hansford Newby and family visited Mr and Mrs Claude Ransdell of Ktrkwood Saturday niryht and Sunday Hillsboro The farmers are very busy cutting and housing tlieir Uo bicco Mrs John Crow and children spent Satuidy and Sundiy AVlth her fattier Mr H Scott and family of near Polio Mrs Fitch Godby and dau ih- tefspent Sunday with her father Mr J S Inman Mr and Mrs Walter Hariby spent Thurs ay right with Mvfi and M rs Brasl us Perkins Mr Pete Lpng is sonic better at this writing titMrHarry Chesher and famil ly spent Saturday and Sunday with his fatherrf M r R Chestier Miss Delsie g spew Sunday With Miss lJJeSlu id3 l Mrs Kruslus JPerlfii s and Mrs Enoch Masters spertt las f Tuesday uitenjaon witNr John Armstrong uorLKvif ReliablaDd CoiprehensiYeTeleplione Service Is necessary tp conduct successfully business enterprise The Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal service that is local connections with all citizens in your town and Lbtig Distance con nations to all outside important titles and towns You get exactly what you pav for Call our Manager for further mformDtlonyThe r demandis not for cheap telephone service butfor reliable and comprehensive dele phone service y CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY 1ncQr ted 1 + oatiK a ++ 4W1 J iPresi Main Street Tobacco Warehoifie Cob 4 J MAIN STREST INCORPORATED JSEFINDEPENDENT sii DANN NHOLD Ga Proprietor 1 923ar W Mnif Street bet 9th and 10th ifduiSVlLIiE KYe J V t t rIStorage Four Months Fr ee of Cha eaI 2 C i 1 AucUbnySaia DailyBest Lighten Pltt Boat InspectionRetUrns grompUr Mada i Mnrk Xo uretHohsbeadsMIAIN S REET HOUSE SPECIAL NOTfep TO THE TOBACCO GBOWERk Those have not yet received those valuable certificates should write at wooII r iitHe Main 3treatAVarchoua Company J KK1A1 rlJNV YNV s fy9 i i4I Ito 41 l1 k No 44 NO Lally mOol3o DillY Dalf sun t4 lyunonlyj4 ouhv1lie rpm am 30am33atlstolvrr Jc tIttItIJ1 1 4 1i Batdstovn Q4 J s IJ1IJ1I20y SpringfiftJd l lAr OOt Lve J1 eve r 11 r J tiNiK14KS f 144 lSASNNNS1ftt pLtl P rr 1 c i iuc ftUiy I tw j finr Jncorrigible Rct Ity a54rakGeaki- sI r BFAMitcie1 rii KateTraCey JVyyyVYVYTVVTVYVYVYYVU little girl was an tacorrfetM tonboy She climbed trees litieTlM haJse to water straddle and I woaW kiTe played baseball If she could lave toad enough girls similarly laded to wake Up the necessary Mam Furthermore she was care t Itterbrained and nero1l1rep1 fchensible Neither bar father nor her aiothtr covld do anything with her coldlna had no effect Punishment HM latiflwel at averring that she en y d it Altogether Sate was by no odelotlaUi tfrtrjifr ki room In disorder to go oth banl to play hide and seek wtti the boys they used to treat her r M MM of their own numberher moth 1 ii It beaaeiaId was otherwise en 11Sd would put things to rights aMjIJIIIIctJaatlke was obliged todo sq 2 Hst We to provide 8galnstherI fevfhtoct deter tb saue fitker would endeavor to show r riiircJsjflrWfai was this conduct andS pwIt haubled her mother but mtt ual Jtripress her with a sense F Setfaltor1fhedIdItwasOtnoOaTJiai jlfcec Only reply was forgot I Ita Jf9 Matter how severely he scold I e4 her within a few minutes after he h4 iaMe4 the would be In his lap I wltlLluJr irms around his neck apP Mr1Iietful I other offense r1 JLLala merer talked back to her tmM except under one condition SheI which she loved l ggatM Jha4 a pet dog r afflthe world beside If any one sysa ktr father or mother punished eItthVdac for ft misdemeanor Eate ISraftiifTlMn there would be wouldI the family sure enough for if pa thter a parent knowS that he sJHMUlMtl slur over it Is rebellion onI jEkjl pK of his child When the do- gS a ered to go in peace Kate would 9MB fStSit according to the formula 1iIC sfor her but there would be lef eSiiiicVof repentance in her words Oikt igtiea pecmlkritles when she WM pusisg from childhood to woman IiI wu a fascination for the fire de partaeat The moment she would hear the fnt tap of the signal bell she would i ibices cRating the strokes and when they w re finished without referring to the book of districtsshe could locate the ire Not far from her home was a book aad ladder house The first time J her father knew of her fire proclivities t heTrwrceming home one evening while 1fs nfwu being struck The hook i conveyance was coming a drirIiI Ittreet the horses galloping 4tI foog clanging dogs barking and what was the fathers astonishment o M Ml little daughter running beside f the tRek A man standing on the foot board reached down swung her up bee him and the whole passed out eftiCht The scolding Kate received that evWag was more impressive than an u e Nevertheless at the tialari tthe faction was repented aBtt60zt became regular thing to Ite her mounted oa the ladders held thereby a fireman whenever the equi- paet was hurried to a Ore She was as an honorary member of the com paay and when she reached an age when suck action could no longer be te Nmtei they presented her with a tMtft4ge But she never got over I kjtfWcMBt for going to fires and at 1 aaIlarR even at the dead of night vroaM put her head out of the Window to discover the location of the burning I bainga3 Every one was curious as to what V Htt of person Kate would turn out 4S wTftelfiAecame to the age of discretion Itt one respect and one respect only there was a great change Whenever she troubled her parents she was very sS muck tro bled herself Though she 5u atworry them by her antics i4was always truly repentant Her ffiber toally came to believe that she ie i4tMjp it and endured it Her JMether Relieved she could help it con IJi t to mourn her daughters per JCIWIMM and waited upon her and ja 74 ers thnngh she were her XMtf Juteid other parent Late had always been a favorite with I isjtfCftld when grpwn drew young men to Mar as lovers When lectured upon JhAjKibject she averred she couldnt I f fcelp it the fault Was not hers but the BUHft No one believed her except J has faiher but whether be understood er hetter than other persons or wueth er she wax iileible of making him hi ilarewhlte was iifnckniil VTversai r hefeody knows He was certainly not an unbiased Judge eitbls nR it iiinv every mow and again Some young plow would mike sates acquaint anci suddenly become 1 t r T7 attentive anti after awhile drop IUtii Hnrt 4lw 111111 bi nuty or TI- Cthopnlinut her Umld have understoml what wnMne attraction lint since IIhl1 Tap plain aiid without fortune no om cooldtrfve reason for it Shi was i noj as girt In peruil ratrillfnrirt that count this could not be takeii Into ac I yrb truh U Kate raccy was o child of nature not governed rut other peo pit are by such precepts as tire laid dowBiB well refculated households but arjct to her own whims The world OTM JWTtlty In Kate the young men HScoverel novelty enough for a dozen ST i f girls The found waywardness un consciousness of her ow1 Peculiarities and Innocence Compared with other girls sbe was like glltterlug Item to a lump ot toatAn that gutters may not be gold but beast bird and man kind from time Immemorial have been attracted by that b shines rather than that whIch is sombet Lute turned off auitork in droves without even Incurring be slightest blame froui any of them She was obliged to inflict sor4e grievous wounds but always managed to apply a balm that averted a change from love to hate However the day ar rived when two lovers came down upon her at the same time arid she was sorely puzzled IJames Tisdale and Crnest Brown were the two yoW men simultane ously struck by Kato Traceyfl charms Since she wanted neither of them it was not possible for her to decide tween them Unfortunately she did not know of the rivalry ana bitter an imosity that had sprung up between them One evening sbe was struck with astonishment upon recelvinc an anonymous note informing her that the rivals were Intending to fight for an opening in a wood beside the Iherln a secluded spot about a mile the town at 5 oclock In the morning This was a stumper for Kate The Idea of bloodshed occurring on her account appalled her Her first impulse was to tell Her fajtber but lie bad warned her time and again against be ing drawn Into complications with men who wished to marry her dnd she dreaded lest be should blame her She fretted till late at night before coming to any decision then struck a plan that reflected her own peculiar genius Sallying forth she went to the build ing of the hook and ladder company The men were sitting around in arm chairs but when they saw their rem inine honorary member enter each and every man rose and saluted nodded to them and went KateI jlemergwho insisted on seeing her home He left her at her door apd returned to tHe engine house Kate went to beAt 4 oclock she arose dressed herself crept softly downstairs and went out into the street No one was about at that early hour all being stowed away in bed but at the corner she found the captain of the fire depart ment with a carriage and several ofI his men with a fire engine Kate tered the carriage with the captain and followed bythe fire engine they were driven out of town Just before5 oclockIt was coming dayliglit the dueling parties were on the ground making preparations for the encounter An attempt was made by the seconds to effect a reconciliation stating that tinS affair would appear at least ridiculous and might result In a tragedy But u man will make a guy of himself about a woman especially when he has a rivaluulcker and more obstinately than for any other cause and neither of the principals would IThemarked and the men placed upon them But Just dsa signal to lire was to be given otie of the seconds culled a halt The rising sun was shining In his prin cipals eyes A new arrangement was made and the contestants were placed differently The delay proved fortunate Just as they were about to receive the signal to fire a carriage drove up followed by a fire engine Kate Tracey and the captain of the book and ladder company Jutred out of the carriage and at an order from the latter the en glue began to play a stream of water on the duelists In a few seconds they were drenched and since the water was not overwnrm they shivered But the firemen played on till Kate called a halt Shake hands Rhq GRidJNeither of the principal would They seemed chiefly concerned about the ridiculous figure they cut Every one on the ground txcept tliemselves was laughing Kate told the tlremei to continue the douche for awhile thru reiULWtfd ftie order to shake hands Bui another wetting was necessary before they would obey Then upon the as surnuce of all concerned that the af fair should proceed no further Kate and her attendant returned to the car riage and followed by the firemen drove back to tollSThough Kate had pledged all the tire men not to divulge the affair It was toe good for the seconds to keep It got Into the newspapers and the first knowledge of it that Mr and Mrs Tracey received was through this source shall we do with berex IWhnt father in perplexity dont know unless we shut her up In lunatic asylum replied the mother But the idea of shutting the young lady in nn asylum was not to be con fildered her father averring that as chief lunatic she would assume a lead ershlp of her fellow prisoners and lake command of the Institution Bui he agreed that since there wits noihlns positively bad in his daughters make tip it would be better to give her her heud and let her set her own pare However soon after the crowning tplxode of her single lire In which Mist Katr extinguished a rivalry for her deeplyIyoung mata who is a model of solfrlety and steadiness lie has heard about his wifes escapades before her mar ntthemthe fuss and worry were about He docsnt see anything the matter with her AfheFly and Mosquito Dangeroas The fy with poa7 feet collects the invisible germs of diseases spreads Isysce4I4 food aad poisons us with typhoid and cholera Tim mosquito with j Ms Mlij Mf late our veins malaria and yellow fever The bacteria of coasump r a f are everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs The blood- JLSiQjfcn vour veins and arteries is VJT protection It should contain bs y nfl sad whts blood corpusclescapabIc of warding oil these dseaso Dr Piecess Golden Medical Discovery is a bJood medicine and aJterativo sssIj wiest alcohol I pure gjyccrio extract of bloodroot golden seal 0 vps rest qaeeas root mandrake and stone root which haL enjoyed a j good reputation for over forty years The refreshing Aaeaee of this extract is like Natures influence the blood r 4 A Is bathed In the tonio which gives life to the blood the vital Lies of the body burn brighter od their Increased ec activity qoasumes the tissue rubbish wldch has accumulated e adurisg the winter a a t Abiit fortr yekrs eo whtla te VvmzV New 3tnty had chffls t f wd lveoTfwritesML11ICJLuLM40t1lJ1JoNauonaIMIlltar7 llamer f tt Ski f fey returned DoCtors and evsrthing I tried failed to do me 5r i sav Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dteovery advertiaul took rfi bottle of It and the chills vanished In about a year afterwani- i t Ifilt them ooznlns back so I got another bottle and have never had S y rnrotoms of fever or sgtie since That U all of tirentyjef ji7 foI hid the chllb about tvdre years betets started to Golden Jfadleal Wteovery Prf PJtrce a Plctaeat Pellets are for IIJtcI1I t IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Zimmerman of Cobs Has Tie Hobby =Photo by American Association One of the leirdlng hitting sensations of the season Heinle Zimmerman Is mi odd fellow off the illd Ills biggest hobby Is neckties He carries least 100 ties on every trip jhe Chici Cnbs take and keeps addiiig to tin collec thou ZIm changes tlIiree limits a day kEvery time tie sees spme one wwirjug necktie he llks he tIiidtiit w henIn be can get one lilu It j7Jm dots not curry ninny Hut hs out neckties lie never tins a collar laundered He wears a collar once throws It away anti buys inort goiter Oily of a different pattern Hi hits worn every style of collar on the of baseball Zlm likes to piny rum a new game among bar Ill 1 nod pljioi iccsall tfcMt Cornell Vlth tin nig Julttlr irraIuig tile rtrtfr HI iKies on the new Cornell alumni field tract practically completed at last plans for the first t of the group of buildings tobl constrticttnl there are In the hands of contractors and the final stage In the construction of Cornells splendid new home for all letics has begot The first building to go up Is tlui baseball bouse the first building voted to baseball to be built by anyj college the committee believes 1helJand terra cotta about thirtyfive feet high giving a clear playing space of Kiiunce feet The second of the buildings that will be erected the training house will house till the members of the nth letic teams who may be in training at juiv time The house will provide liv ing quarters studies sleeping rooms and training table for the athletes The comilftlonof the whole alumni Held project depends on tthe amount of money collected from the IIll11illll Eventually tilt nniyersltv Is expected to build n gymnasium on tle tract and whim this is completed dill project will ha vi Involved tin expendi ture of about u million dollars Pitcher Willis Lost Great Game Vic Willis for thirteen years one of the star pitchers in the National league showed his old time form the other day when pitching for the Trl- county league he let Port Deposit down without hit and then lost tin game I1to IIjTwo errors iravo Port Deposit the winning run In tthe ninth liming Us hilt his famous drop baft which wits a terror fur years to the bcsjt hat- leN In the country working to perfec tion Ills control was iilsn perfect asbe dill not civt walk during till nine Innings ind rinncd eight thOu Taylor a IWmcr Ainhirst college twlrler nlso pitdied great game for PonDepiisll IIlhillllllt six hits sftttentl lltiigh many Innings struck out ten and did not Issue n pass Berna to Quit Running Anxiety to w bU ability In mel ness lias compc Hel Tull Iternii of Cor nell Ainerlcui mile n ord holder to up ntuuiiiK shoes for all time lit vii tnulinited iMfore hlh miide till Olihlla trip Thongb jie dlilnM liunre ni iiii In II dlstnncc cvciils ne 111111 Aitierlcn win the tinin rune tlrnoll will miss Pernn in future iniircolu iiiic liaiupiutishlps hut llMy liivc Uiresrtir uIIlIwr year lleriui assisted 1iiiex in winning tbo lug meet for Iud Monkley two yenrtt iigo lit is n iiait oral runner ami Its niigliiy hiiil for the 600 hint bo line iUhhI bin mind to culI Itt a time whiii hit Wi showing tile best form 1916 Olympic Games In Germany Now that Germany has been award tjd the 1010 Olympfc games the Amer lean athletes ran look to 1015 Pan amaPaciilc exposition carnival of sports to be held Iq an Francisco as a good preliminaryr tryout These will be the nniiinl Amateur Athletic union contests THE LAWYERS EXORBITANT FEE A Modern Shylock Beateh at His Own Game Father tell 1a story about yolir law ruses Law eases are very uninteresting affairs luwcvur there Is one ease which thInk may bp Interesting to you youugtsirs because It has u direct influence ou your existence tiOnc dat nftcrI had got fairly well started in my praitlio my olllcihidodr opened nUll iS Jew entered hold mftfVUjjfrii not for200 secured b chattefT prtgage oil fun ittirfc Till lilttLI iie nlllltcup not collect the iudiiuy iivlfth yntVto foreclSse the mortgage J told hi u thit tILl nut tntt such Mrrs but voiild fiiil hi VYU l i ririr r Lnie IU 5aia rued jiKmg for a pratjnce and Intended give theca Jo him The Jew as sented and agreed to call the next day Ie had nott Been long gone when a lady was announced She was nbab bUr dressed in mournIng hut she in terested me froyij the moment looked at her rans evidently In great trouble I s mind telling me sbV said SheIIWell has bleb to you to get Oreclose a chattel Jort gage on ilture c A Jew hn asked me to foreclose j such a tnortgn e I replied Then anrtolng to ask you not to take the easel am a widow In very straitened cine nsthhlmces have been obliged to borrow money from the Jew cunr pay the indebtedness nnd If he taken my furniture Isball have to go to the poorhouse I cant 1pny board upthe only way can live Is in a 1IttCot Thus tar have persuaded eyeny lawyer the Jew has asked to take iflscnse not to do so hope you too will refuse was surprised and distressed to refined jn thus reducedsee so person II was about 0 promise her that herImlt myself therefore told her that would consul r her request She left me much dlsJ ipolnted The next ly when Well appeared told him tth I had reconsidered the matter antlw ifld oblige hllllHe was very mnclf 5pistdlrnlted so much that he sa nothing about the ex pense ntleiidi pthe matter except the court fees which he made a de posit lie pr bably retired to antago nize me by tr ntloolng my called u on the her frankly tSlat her plan lImrgeI ing all till hi vers not to matter was bjbpeipss IYou ace ttie first lawyer idle t said that has refused me Tell me what your feo tto be from the Jew nnd will endenvok to raise tthe money and ipay itto yotijto refuse the case That wotfjd not bo In accordance with lit among lawyers certain ly not my tiou It tljelt code to assist eredltr to lining ddhit irs to beggary Indet know thiitfit Is not fur suveral of your proftvjsjhn have refused to do so This ijn Well1 saul nttenipt lug to givi Bier rvnsoiis that should satisfy her ikMorinlnixl to sell you out lie will in the end tlud a lawyer to do his irk rIm you rnny not think me njjire soiiliil thanII am will turn ivwr my fw to viii4 My offer lnil no other etTeit than to Irritiite triid left lien Wlien hit tin PITS In the laise were risaily ij fir my elleiitnnd tho Si4iW in iii ji my ofllie nt the same day niul hurWII not n Iilelishh giitpevlrig TIlt lady east a reproiuhfuf iliite me thou looked fixedly ort f the window The tlt wIlooked uitvU Mr We saIduit lust these per give ye i 16t4Stsl66im566f thls ladys household g tslstluit is they will give you possess mt when turn them over to you till ayinent of my fee This fecI turn to the wlllo1 voluii rarily ngrui1 to Inra over to you Therefore r Weil you limy as well pay the nioj ey direi to the lady VrtnUi siM tilt Jew pulling nit a lei ltv liuieli Is the Two lint died dollars lie ltke nt mi nglnist risiy meryililiig Ithiii is it iit my fet the iX ift iininiini jif the Inileliteclness Sl144tj jl iliint uiy ItT You vitl not net the fKipers nnd till iollei uxifie y Inw You in erfectly jiofd nil tlu mount ltiiui a light htirtii breik npii hi luw Iiri4 Tlie Jiw CUII tlinf Jenitl ieillt wK ioilii ran illy ropined in reMitt y 10 on npilltion Iliil he slimilil iHw lieHwlys 1101tur two yenrs iiII6 njIl ut Intprest Then lie ft me a lot with her Piirdiiii lie she said with grent feline fun iiNJinlKiiig you Why dhl on ie me wlint you wore going Iiiiiifi did lint know myself till lie lit nio tout 111I hul linlsbeil nry story Ami jvh was the willow linked eliorux itt Jo4t The viit w was a lady to whom on tiii li il Jiidl for inn ny Ijlmlnesnosi houinp I ill i je you ire so eager to know fhiil ml tilllnc you thnt nhe U our tool dt eoi Atenc ItnyelKill tutluy Is n Hclonee nnd we iti lenl tin1 Ktnml inured nt thejires lst ir liittlng w Irk nt IIIl plieiin fiiilly itr biisv riiniili niul tlie lil the uniiiiiial gniiie hits gHiiied oni ilie piilillr famy We gn vliia with the gnmu hut the iller fwnjs liiiiruvlng while we nre MHiij iiearnlgjited niul stiff In lit joints41 The gloriert of the past lire liriug liniined by tho accomplish ments of he prutol and these In frnl f Wwll live In fee tilings oiie Hint ve 4Plied IOU Imaglue Thats why env ihoiii We used to think we liul si fii IMry thing thbre was In the gaim Now we realize that the sport Is ill In Its childhood The Colitis tlij Marquards and tilt John sons art tjMichiui us this and double flliiclilng lie Cut7 Kd A Uoewuy In IsiI Gas anys New Lightship lights li line just been placeil In uHllil CllloIlu Uerjiinny tbat Is pro vlilnl wli a complete equipment of II he most u odcrn devices for aiding and warning jirlners lu place of the old fiisiiioiied mnst beacons the vessel car rlewn sin Ie powerful electric light set on top o u hollow past or shnft through hlch the light be reach ed In sic my weather Tbo lightship lifn wIre ss telegraph and fog and KiibiiiarinjL signals Diesel oil engines run n dyr imo thud two large accumu lator hut jrles store thij electric cur rent for u uergcncy use The new was lei Is 150 feet bug and J5 feet wide lit8bllllOWiliit Tur ish Baths For Horses At least 5000U horses says the Ant 2rthlend desp i advent of motor power the numl ur Is constantly lucryuslng1 The greu est care Is taken of these Jlilendld tulmiiKjuid In tbu hosjijtala connected with the stdblSS Fhe latest Turklllhlbutlltamong tb reiueillis The examination buCJ 1 means n uiugnets jde rca of uiutul gathered In tin holds ofitIhIhIs are roI IIMrlbUhlI1for i y ff IN THE REALM OF FASHION II New Tailored Model The picture lllustnues one of the latest mod II in tailored dults The coat has the flew vest effect and Is much trimmed with buttons The skirt SOITiis i lalnbu shows the march of in the Increased fullness The model was carried out in a gray mixture cloth Lflce Frills on Hats Lace ruffles aDd frills are to be no ticed on many bats The trill or ruffle falling over the face is somewhat try tuG and not always becoming but it Is fashionableThe rendering of the fashion should be with a lace or lingerie crown or the finest softest straw but this be lug a season of Incongruous fashions the lace trill Is seen on a bat made with stiff crown It la smart if not becom- Ing and to many minds It is far pref erable to be smart- A too heavy lace should never Hie chosen for the ruffle onn bat for it Is pever becoming and this year the fat11 cinating mallnes lace is fortunately the most fashionable It Is one of the most effective of any of the Imitation and not at all expensive FASHION HINTSFOB THE FALL BRIDE Elegant Simplicity Characterizes the Modish Trousseau Adorable utile roam were worn by the bridesmaUU lit recent out IIlWII wedding Tlu y were worn over rocks afforded and shirred chiffon In uitul shades chits being of pastel brocaded satin nvltb rimming SWIIIISloWII At11the trout they fisti mms tin hiist wlihn dill Ill poriiiniMit siiiil nt tin IiiiU iluri bugtoit tails wliKli lIll niiuosi ilu Uiuii The coat is wi ri ninicli y s of gold line uud Wiiiikdo u wlih bar inrwiiH of vulviM Snli boots with rryrfnl buitown iiiiit tii l i irli costume iigllsh hridcs this seagull hire fnvor lug llngiilc of Ixitsslve tiliupllcity though till giiriiieiiu IIii inadi of the llnesl posxlliii liniMlUrclilif linen bu IIIIIII tin c1 hnnilinndf tflhisstiii Juxl liiilshiil fur yonnt hntJllIIIIItlKlip Pot tlcui all cut on the simplest hints fJptd with tltiy linnd scallop lug done in tUlle ptok There wvre no rllihoiiM icli garuxtit lilting ticiMinilily uud faHiculiig with loops tilidjjluy hut mile ut pink enamel The iiunllki little nigliiuoxrii was slushed down the pciiler frout fur Mini inches below tilt neck and pink core laces were pnsxrd through embroidered eyelet TuvMUiiHpliik Miiillopn udgitl lilk sleeves how Ilitnigeineiit ring will le- fall cliil by rite girl who likes uniixniil and IItIrl lug triiikiis Instead of tHiug with tin coiivrniloiinl solitaireIliel ring fins two suiikiii sloiics milil tin blrthstone of lilt gr Hini the other rllt h ridfrt spinIn luck tallHuinn Thiru Is bldikn clnrfp under tthe t1 tlug and ttill ring imtv In TiroUen apart 1IIt1 WJlII the two siinkmi Jewels On lunur fnris of gold which form ihi halvis of xepimitiHi ring ills Ih Kcribed ilu munis of tin engaged or any tiiuler scntlmfiil never lutotid id for illicit Iyioi Evening Bandeau lor Iveiiliig iolffiire there an uiiiiy jew tin iitIri of a very simple character developed In all sorts of lUll lenIn Is real Hliell and n tuber hud Imitations sllksj velvets flowers metal and Iniltntlon Jewels ptewi tlio Dry Goodi Kcoiioinlst The most Interesting lines lufltule uojfoiUy the din ctolrp styles but also several oxiintileH In Unfit Indian effect with upright plumea and algrits A Princess Waitress It has remained for Princess Maria Aloxaudrovua iaratzlna whose family Is Included amohg the largest land owners hr Hnssla to put Tolstoy teaching to the practical test by giving up her wealth and earning hop living by her own hands The priucqss wIn Is ttveutythree years of age recently Ileft her parents house and became a servant Her first place was that of kitihenmald In a hotel She had to rise at 4 oclock In the morning anti clean a hundred pairs of boots daily She next became a waitress but the life was too strenuous for her und sin fell On recovering abe became u saleswoman In a large shop Thovef perieuco sbe passed through at this calling however did not please her anti she found another situation as n wiitn The princess is quite con tent with her lot She declarea that she is happier than when She Jived to tile family palace doing nothing She Intends tnearhlier own living during tier lifetime and hopes to sa work Ihe woman London TltBltflt GIANT CATARAW IIVIctoria Falls the Greatest of the Mighty Torrents NIAGARA RANKS ONLY THIRD The Trails of the eguasu River Hold Second Place and These Three Aro In a Class by ThemselvesTheil- Electric Power Possibilities At onetme waterfalls In large rtv ers were interesting only because of thelr scenic beauty und Jhelr very Istence was deplored because tbey structed navigation But man has found a way to harness these tfllghty power producers und today they ore of the greatest value to the commercial world because the millions of water horse power can lie changed Into elec tricity dud transmitted for hundreds subISUtutecubic feet of water weighing 125 pounds by falling a distance of only six feet will produce one horse power of energy It Is easy to comprehend that millions and millions of horse power are wasted every minute by the torrents of water tumbling over Xlag urn the Victoria falls and the1 lIpitassu river find many lesser falls throughout the world This milling water Is guided by steel and concrete penstocks to powerful water turbines which whirl great electric generators The current IrllnllIgreat sin plants and to give us light und heat LoyoJ as we all are to our country we must admt thAt even the mighty torrent of Niagara rnnks only third In size when comimred to the waterfalls iOf the world The largest off the earths waterfalls the Victoria falls of the Zambesi river In Rhodesia are 3SO feetjilgh and more than n mile wide InIIs estimated to tie fully 35000000 horse power two and onehalf times that of Iguftssu and five times that of Niagara America possesses a waterfall ISoutb exceeds Niagara both In width- and In height and Is actually1bc see ond largest waterfall In the world This little known waterfall Is that of the iguassn river tributary of the Pa rana and like Nlhgarh Is situated at the boa dary of two states each of Iwhlcbwns half of It The total waters power of the gunssu falL which is 213 fret bleb and nearly two miles wide Is estimated tin about 14000000 horse pwer This is approximately equal to thenggregate water power of alj Scan dinavia which Is rich In waterfalls or about ten times the total water power of Germany There is no other waterfall In the world which Is at all comparable in greatness with the nmbesl Iguassu or the Niagara Asia npt withstand ing lie colossal mountain ranges Is Comparatively poor large waterfalls tvblch tint must abundantly In Africa and North iuerlca The lar uiKi African strejiiu especially are Ip lemipiMl liy man fiiK of considerable Height Ihe Konuo Has wveral high tails lilrli owlni iif Ihe great volume tif tin rlvci iilHtni ixtiHn lime thai tin Nile 6c rotinteil union the must iinitortini lIrtt nf wntci iiowfi on Mrili Ilie snttuey falls In he iniilille reiin nl the river fyuslsi if Mfi swre slve fulls of a tutu iiciulitof md width uf nuii r j feet uiil offer mi exiTiHlliigl rcloh unlive of Itor which probably rtili smut be exitHiiil Still mure tiutorinni u the total wu iermwer which rlieiKoUKO develops It the non navigable section extending from Its monili to Stanley pool Here It he river rontliifd a channel only a few hundred yards wide and With a depth of water ol nearly 300 feet hoWe with u velocity of fortyeight feet n second so that at every point of the stream 25000 to M000 cubic meters or about 1000000 cubic feet of watqr are hurled aloha with Irresistible force while thirtytwo riipld waterfalls lower the level of Hie jftrea in by 820 feet In a stretch of miles The lower Nile Rgypt possesses ifserleft of rapids tin cHohrated cata nictn of Uii Nile tint no waterfall In strict tIII ol till word True VMlerfnlU oiiir on the uppor Nile the tx lit of lttum at th lolnt where hi stream Issue fron Ijike Vlctorja This Itlpot fall In only a few ynnln lit height hut ilu volume of xvtiet Is si uriat that rlt presents KiifiVTrtVeiit sjicitn rjuiNtriil h h ft persons fknott ulilch tin litrti irterfall Kn rone Tlir must v Mii1iioun of Hum i44liI nfcrilll tili lll61 tin IIIII Klrlnc mills ni Srlrifrinntscii bir ilif lilslUSt ne tin Klnken falls if Mtinii Elf river In Hie tNorwvia province of Telei irUtni Ihi1 prlnci thllot11Ifu nl or IiclIhl fci a sciml riii UJHitrii falls will rlt 111 ii4itZ If siiNXi lions h ttii ttuittijpil Ilctrt Netts One may dnmlunlc monil snffcriu only by lahor Snwlj noves froin iP counicomciit Alminipx wn In hist fill I- sltrmr lfl Tart In the days when Mrs Seorgc Torn wallls lVtsI was Lady Itamlotpl Chtinhlll she mlxeil piislilcniblj knlllllllJ pfllltlHnnH and pollhlIl affairs and one stJVry Uhf of hir shows how slit scored off Mr losi5h Cliamlicrlnlii and lute sit JVIIUani iriircourl They were Hnillliit her about sonic paintings slit hind dune hut why not fmlnl one of them asked Where ran you find more at tractive models Imposxlbler lltb Randolph ex claimed IJHtii iever paint you bliUk enoushrloadon lltUltf Fifth Monarchy Men The fifth monarchy men formed a re ligious sect thill 4spnmg up In the days of Charles t of Kngiind Tliey were called from fitvl that they na serted that in OIP last days the Tour ancient monarchies th AsHyrlan the Persian the BiibyloiUan and tbeno man would be restored find to them Would be addifl ChristIan mointrchy j lrlsljiS 4Lt Ie4tfOLtITiS VieUti iS t1S DISrr50zII ALCbIIOL 3PEl CENT fflllcSionJJcyI esq PromofesDinff orN1ncoTIc9- t o7aiI4LrtTDak4frtSui- foS sv JfaiSas Ape fectil meyforti UonSourStomadLBLIfllXl o NEWYOIIK- at Exact Copy of Wrapper Kid Have Bears 11i tl MyDoctorsaid Try zv ot Hayne N cIwasI in a vbijy low state of health and was not able to be up and tend fo my 41I li try Caidui and soon be I p1YhouseworI f It am able t d j my housework and to tare for ray I I enouzltforI I I CARDWCaidtii CASTORIA Always Bought Sgnat Over Yea- rsCAIORIA rduifvrites it is made especlallj for cdnstitutlonCardtii yearsinand happiness If you are a woman feel tired dull and are nervous cross and its because you need a tonic not ttinit for Your sells Cardui Ask hjm JTforspcciIhzsguons a YOU a indorso Colleges than indorse all other bus nil over CIa court the System of DraUghoo Colleges teach Why Because they know it is the Jest Woman3Tonic WANT Better seekgyonservicesMorebANKERS DRAUGHONS lnternatlonalieputatlon5aaklng leiSseisLeifitEEDrnughoqsNew worrySborthaDdPrncticnUynll reportersvfrite Httlmlle of Memphis or Knoxrille or Pa iach IKy er friailHi IwL SrS Echoes From Horses SKulls Those vurlptyi twists nhc1 turns super stitions take are to be found In ibe troductlou of horses skulls In the church buildings in and tfie reiisun ifllugjid being to where iiuaqiliuiil wajfsiiipiticei Some years tigo when niroldinjketing house In Kdlnburgli was jiHnrtvdowf the sounding boaijd spiire mlh4ive tile pulpit waii found to be JUIed wltbv horses skulls lu HoTne Puns of I1n bind there IItlIJ exists tlie Idea that 1t1t horses hcdd Is buried In field here will boj nn echo Quite Frank About it So you niv going tOianaVry rom You saw the iinnouncement dldqt rouT Yes but It wnsnt fake But doHrieTl neVer thought thnt Tom woiild your ahojce Ttjfu alut my choice lIes my cbnutVf Have you any ober questions to ask ijarllng V Darling decided she hadutrClovq laud Plain Dealer t a I Energy or Will fergy of wUrI9 the soul of every rrea f WieiIt js there is tesoh te chnlnxctert jsyhere it Iff not Jhera Is wIth eueminacy Jespondencyv neglect of dutjr and fail ure the strong man fOld the waterfall says prpVc b channel their own path In TrahilnjJr t NcilAVhy does sh8 always dress In lifitck nell training XeIr Irnliilng for whatl BelleVell you see she married an octogenariai PhiladelphIa The You the of In 1IW 1 Thirty TT- CrNTaueoapaay 5S55IW Mrs spi duties children d health Irritable Why t yourself druggist J Uookkeeping cooKKCepers Shorthan ornbont England Scotjnyil character faiutness Shlsln OB I holding Ttousandrdfbankcrnthi4rs good positions as the result taking Draughona Home Study CATALOGUE For prices off jIBY JIMfL write JNO F President Nashville Tenff Fornw alogue on course AT COLLEGE t PRAUGHONS T PSiysicians Advise undlgesiefoodtleelIablenod etstocoastIpatIonksesdoabllIoLlSassirJcieadsthc YE IYO lb rid4habitIti be ltChJIttlS For The I 1 PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE LAXATIVE JI LMR SYRUP Justice Holmes Cigars V Justice of t ho NUyrenio court of the United States itt apt iuprIvftB lIt to be nmah of faatidlovisltasfeajn ilrfeq nmlxStlJLT things uutKiiltJerjtp cQINU tutlbiinl Justify Oliver WLiideU Hpitue lsm dxrepttori fa tlie rjite iogtiMlotiJruLsg with hhij TeifdiPtt Its cnTtfitii pie hVtter Me Ilgjifsvptt JRUiolicsY vhou JuKtlceTlIolmw grneijn iillUJilIt bnnquil flJr rivlirlvrfByi dluucr he cijirTeMtvItli hlm riiwjijvtr IIi owii especial bnrfld of llnvmia When thtrfIKUprcme uiouicnt of hi evenlni la reacbctl at whlcb flit trn ntllIlIlnlf la Hcentx alr liiilliv llultne otIs trlvea to substitute flils oyvu brand for Ibeir brand which tilt waiters liitttt PI llbj1Ih snnie tilt of Hlel ht of liSud apjinrently ille makes tke BUbijtitutlon and ojber dinersrjjre Ijr1WtI tnt till Justjrv Is hut sunk liilf the PU sort OtCtglr iiimqthey 8mokejivw Yprkrbst 5t15 triSelf Conscious Greatness One day lu tilt tralti on one of Vie tor tlugoVJounievs to or Irani Hrus t Intt tVb06Irreuch tllugo knew hut tile vitI tor English thfistuias which be nlwaya pronounced Christ fhttR In tbe course of cburersatJjii these llle1i bbservud that It must be Incolitenlcnt for btpnotto kaow English when be wlhJ passing throuca that country TA rhlcb the great Annas reply was Wliea EnglseilSwants to 6lk wIth tie she will learn tnyjanguager From their natoalMi mont at this atiswir said HHRO Hir slating the story Jt was evWeiit tkMT did noh know who JJwaetfNIt- uFc Ilk rlfcLitad WorV X 4buidtJn 4 l