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I f jt ETABLillED j Itll I 12vA83 i it j t I r II I J II f i IE tf aY xiii 34 29 word that I iptak unto you they an spirit and are ci 6IBLE and Bible scliol art have that the Great Teach er spoke always to the people r In dark t the of which they rarely un Another infonhi us that the reason was that the true was not for the i but merely for the conse crated Those vrbo the Lord asthi i Savior and took upon the vow of In walk lug In His foot were spe r cial To yon It Is given tq know the mys t tery ot the King dbm of Heaven but to these things are- In para t bles that they The words that I speak are iplrt and life might not see and f r The entire matter Is when ip we the between t the of the world to the hu man nature during reign of a a years and the for the Elect during this Age Th Jesus It has been claimed that the doc trifles of can be better 1 from the the Apos 4 t tles than from the of Jesus t Is truth in this claim and tbe reason Is Jesus words were mainly the arid when He ad e t dressed the He could not dls 2 cuss even With because they bad nqt been be of the Holy Spirit and there many t things you but ya cannot bear LY i i Ye Were St iPaul l gives In one of his kf saying After ye were illu ye d great tight ot The received was the of the Holy Cor 12 This ban been true of all the mem bent of the Body of Christ this Age Each one Ills body a living sacrifice has beeii ac cepted by the great and pre sent as n part of Ills own14 then the offerer tins been of the tolr Spirit to lie a New dt In Christ It Is to titse New that the Is made All things are for ye are and Christ rt is To these Ue Bible has MIJe will show you things to are to be guided into all Truth as it due for t e of God Is a froni hlch things both new and old 4 I are under the gui dance as they become meat in due Reason Efren these must make In their of i urges such As new born babes desire the sincere It Word that ye might grow t Now our text rile words that spoOk unto yeti they are spirit and they are life Ilere our Lord eudeav ored to HIM dear with the that they should not take too but look for t tile And 1if1t Ud not ge that deep until after the Slits f er as He said It Is ex for you that so away for iIf away the Holy Spirit will not but If 10 away I will send Rim unto youV The words were words of j life to that they the of the terms upon which we F tles explain the of the Di r vine Plan Ip great detail more tlao- did Jesus yet in Ills we find the very essence of tbe zte where ire the terms of in Jesus words because tbe the of sel dental In HIs steps jL nbt the philos election and Divitie T roin Jesus wonlij moro clearly than from we get the of the water of llfi7 and how It Is now y grace and life 4 else do we more rlriirly get the state nient that the Pntner hntb life In Htm r J1telf nd luith granted unto the Son lift Jj in uud HInt He might share 4lhU life with Ills Thus its St Haul Rsiyx the words of this suitn tion i egan to lie spoken by our lord- t life and to i ore r life to be given o the world- and tne reward to be grants it i t A BPi hIs leg from the e i r F wr t t 1 7 r T wii EW SYOLIX I ir PING FIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 261912 riiIdsYEAt tTEACHING PARABLES feNUYl Malthiw ZSSept 021id teJohs 13 students generally expressed surprise symbolic language sayings meaniqg derstobd Scripture Invitation intended multitudes accepted tbemselves required faithfulness deathigranted enlightenment outsiders spoken understand clarified1 recognize difference salvation Messiahs thousand salvation provided Apostles Mouthpieces Christianity Sgleaned writlngsvof sayings ITher considerable manifest addressed Sto multitudes disciples tbemdcep spiritual truths ttgotten spIrItualti4things 4Jesus t8teli themnpt iMAf1 illuminated thekey Epistles mlnated endured afflictions Hebrews x142 lamInation begetting Spirlt1 throughout presenting Advocate Offering begotten Creature Creatures statement yourS Christs Gpdfc7 Cprotslaed comeSThse becomes thesethjeWord Storehouse produced Spirits progress appreciation spiritual thlngsrThe Apostle mllKofSue thereby Impress disciples thought BtaordA literally deeper meaning thgvwere 1beromeaning ascension pedfent 19bbot cozneuntoou Masters conveyed great- ressage becomLnhllosonhy icyr sayings Gospel disciple sarefully disciples- could meaning crossbear Iniuifd walking eeQlf tbeycfodld unUerstand santiflcaUourforekiiowiedge anyiotllers thought truthSeVerluKtlng NWhcre Himself llseIJihs Hebrbnglit Irninbrfpfitj hlgitboth tfcegenerfllroward jftnstlrigf sjieclal ttljei1hiiirch InseciRitn Costs lioi munJost Toi51pilesL Twrw THE NE17S=id3ADLR LEBANOft LOCALS V From The Enterprise The fall term of the Marion circuit court will convene Monday Toe various docHefcfare made up as follows Oft the Commonwealth docket there are 32 continued cases and 15 ap jpearances on the Equity docket 51 continued cases and 23 appearances and on the Common Law docket 16 continued cases Iand26 appearances The grand tintIdayuaudday morning 1 1I William Daily aged about 40j years died at his home at Loret to Saturday morning of tubercu wereibrld1Frdncis a o con duced by Rv Father Werner and the interment warip th cemeterv adjoining the church He is survive d by his wife and two bro hers Hugh and Torn Daily of this county and also bv one sister who lives in IllinoisI Lee Lynch aged 83 years aj pected citizen of the eastern Ire of the count died at his on Lick Run Thursday dIseryicesweieI Run church and the interment was in the cemetery adjoining the church He is survived ujl one son Robert aiid one daughter Miss Annie Lynrh both of this county Mr Lynch was well known in the community In which he lived and his dath is IfriMary aged years died at the home of her husband on the Danville pikeI Tbbrs1IIlurday morning at Bethel Ui1i9nj conducted by Rev J C son of the Methodist church and the interment was in the cemetery adjoining the church She is survived by her husband j and three children also by hr father and mother and several bro hers and sisters Mrs Mul lins was highly respected by all who knew her Bad her death causes great sorrow to her man relatives and friend James L Downs has filed suit in the circuit court against the L jjjjR Oo far 2000 damages He alleges hvhis tition that after purchasingPl ticket from Lorelto to New ven and getting on Ahe train at the former place the conductor in a boisterous rUE insujting high Iiandedniid oppressive manner andwith ft rce and violence cjected him from the train while it was in motion l aboard refused to let him again tttjj John L Mutld and jofin Hughe3 sued the GroceryCo the UumbarlamI and the latter 85ajlegiag that through mgligence of some of lit employes a quanity of Paris en was dumped on an alley and that their cows tn passing ate the poison and died What Makes a Woman One hundred and twenty poundsmore or less of bone and muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give her Thousadds bless thenV for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dis pelling weakness nervousqass back aclie and tired listless worn out feeling Electric Bitter have done me a wojld of good writes Eliza Pool Depow Okla and I thank you wfth all my heart for making sych a good medicine Only 60c Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson 1A Wide Acquaintance A nouvelle rlche dowager hais afford ed much amusement whllednmberinjr up the slippery rounds of Washing tons social ladder One lay after she had returned from circumnavigating the globe she essayed to entertain a drawing room with a boastful account r of her travels She had been everywhere and her How of slaughter house 1wt1lngfland forceful nodiliugs of her tlnrned head Did you see the Dardanelles URI ed a sprightly debutante And the Himalayas Inquired nilI other fair young bud lined with them hi Paris replied thin dowager trlmnphnnHy And she wondered why everybody smiled Chicago Tribune Whooping Cough Superstitions VlmopliVs cough tIs the subject of more quilnt superstitions In England Mum utmost any nUIIr disease In Non I1IitT1tirC It tc txcJl11tetl thut ItI f i small quantity of liiirN cut the nape of the sick childs tttvk roiled 11 In piece of meat and given to a clo IIIt II t still loll you that whuolllIJ iuuh will never attack a child that hits ridden on nibear London1 Answws DESERTER From Army Tes Bride Along With Him Choosing time ien he could get well started on is way be fore his absence wo Jd be noied Thomas L Chesber a priyate in the United States a ny and an attache of the loc recruiting oflice at 314 West 1 alnut street last Ullll day de Jrtfd He went to Cincinnat Saturday night with a railHaj y prisoner win m he delive d at Fort Thomas Ky takin his soung wife with him with how he had eluped several yet3 ago and filed to rttuin to E uisviMe Chester had bue payiug ai temious to Miss Peal Harry man 24 years old a daiijjhtep of A H Harrvman a ma lhinist in je employ of the Nil onal Foundry Fifieentii and linstreeisk for several monib Ony re ctnt y he was divoc ed from his tirsC wife and the a laches the recruiting station ried to dii suade him from hi evideiit intention of marrying Miss Harry man both becaus of this and because enlisted men in the United States annj are fordid den to marry wi iout special permission Win n Leslie 01oss a de serter fr m the Pjteenth Cav airy surrendered t the Corporal at the local office iepten ber 2 and after instructis had beef received from Was ington Ches her arid another man tossed a coin to determine which should j act as a guard for he prisoner Chesher won ar asked per inKsion to stay in Cincinnati over night The permission was granted and Cheaher was xpscted to return Sunday mOl ting He did not return and o Monday be had not shown p Then the fier tant ut the si lion began an iuvtsti ation a id earned of the marriage and desl thin Ace rdiilg to information gleaned by the re ruitingrfficers Cilt her and i ss Harryman were married ir Jeffersonyillu August 2 LI Friday the youig woman nsl d her empley ers Shapinsky Rothstom for a day otl11m wus the last iniu she was see at the store When ho Chesherdeirledhail a uruorw pair of hand UtIIKlOF Land Stockk and F rrrilllg impmonts e f Having decided to dissolve partnership we will on th premises about 6 miles north of Springfield on the Valley Hill and Poortownpike offer for sale to the highest bidder on WEDNESDAY OCT 2 912 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 2 OCLOCK P M hJghrThIentire crop raised on this place last year being over 11000 pounds netted 2355 per un i red This is also good corn wheat and oats lAnd is well wateredboth by running st mms and wells land is now mostly in grass has on it good dwelling stock barnand large tobacco barn andother outbuildings and also has on it a good orchard l 9 We will also at the same time and place offer for sale the following pe onal property 1 share Washington Cqunty Tobacco Wareh use stock 1 good work mule 2 good milk CQWS 1 young ca f 1 good i1waukeebinderother farming implements to numerous to mention thatal1r1esti j r1 Notes with interest i i onLandi ysr g YY- cuffs end some other Govern ment property and a revolver oneIof the men at the recruiting sta jtion A charge of larceny has been placed against him as well as one of desertion Yesterday Mrs Harryman re daughjIgone to Amherslburg Can and that Chesher bad obtained work near that place The letter stated the couple intended stay- ugJn Canada Although the United States could bring Chesher back it is regarded as doubtful whether they wIn or not as it would cost Considerable and cause a great deal of trouble If he crosses the boundarybowever he will be arrested and tried as a deser terChesHer was serving his second enlistment and was well liked by his comrads He had a good record iii the army and it was with surprise that the re cruiting officers learned of thf desertion He reenlistsd hers last November and after being sent away for the formal parts of the enlistment was returned as an attache of the local office Courier Journal IN MAMMOTH CAVE The Dry Fall Outing tp Ken tuckys Great Subteran ean Wonder or 200 Miles Underground Tuesday Oct 15 Arragefor private and se lent parties home people and their visitors River low echo grand and cave dry The timr to see Mammoth Cave when at- ittl best Roundtrip rairoad fare 875 from Springfield and all way stations on rtgular train 600 Jl m Board at Cave Hotel from arrival for dinner until af ter dinner following day also including the two trip through the cave for 5504Limit on ticket JO days Wt3r6 phone L N Agent Iytb COMEDY IN A BOOKSTORE Quoer Expariinc In an A empt ta Buy a Rare Wok A correspondent of the Glasgow Her ski contributes the following amusing account of an attempt to buy a rare his Autocrat of the Breakfast Table Olivier Wendell Holmes men tions a curious book called Thinks to Myself ds having been written and published In England by a person of quality about tbe beginning of the last century Some time ago among a number of secondhand hooks exposed for sale outside a shop In Glasgow notkwl one Inelegant but faded bind ing It was Thinks to Myself in two thin volumes The first sentence took my fancy was born of very worthy honest and respectable parents at least think so went Into the shop with the vol 4 the old man of the In tunes anu aSKC hMK lre of these tenor What istu Ue turned them over carelessly u said These are of no use to me theyre Just so much waste paper This struck mo as an original way ol rolling books and gravely responded Very well bow much for them then Three hapence he said Per ume I asked For the two he replied whereupon put the books Into my pocket sad banded him the money EIu looked at me wonderingly and quired Where did you get them Outside at the door Why be gasped I thought you were selling them MOST HUMAN OF BIRDS Not Only In Talking but In gating the Parrot Imitate Man It is not only in imitating human speech that the parrot excels most of the birds Tbe parrot is alone among birds in taking food in its claws With these two characteristics it makes more or less use of that which distinguishes humanity from tIe rest of the animal kingdom tbe hand and tho larynx theIanimals have a habit of pawing their food Rodents here serviceable toes Still the parrot Is preeminent among birds In this regard The secretary bird Is said to attack reptiles with Its claws anti some observers have said that owlsmakc partial use of their markably tloxiWi pervhltig toe souie what more than the a lien in scratch lag for tom However there Is no other bird wlikli wliuif given a piece of toad will credit It In its claws Parrots of4 oun edo not talk as we use the word In their wild stale and an not known to belmjtative of neighboring sound nor to possess tie repertory of the mocking bird It la therefore if question whether or not their use ofYtlje chiws Is largely Iml 1t1benkahce in eating hits always been n part of the birds Characterlstlcs ltaapolpeimuice l l IIIarpcra Weekly It t The 2yearold Stars Tbe lovers of the trotter pre dict that tbe 2yearold races at Lexington will be the greatest ever seen and many are of the opinion that the worlds record 2OOJ for 2yearold colts will be broken and others go so fur as to believe that Native Belles rtcord amon est tbe eligibles to which are Dtllion Axworty Lord Allen Don Cheoault Peter the Gay Loree Todaington Sweef Alice Lord Brussells Magovyan Lady Tregantle and Pine Knot every one of which has sbown form of the highest class In addition to these there are eleven others that made good the Sep tember payment and to set these races lovers of colt trot ting from all parts of the United States will assemble at Lexing ton October Q on which day will also be contested ithe greatraces for the Walnut Bill Cup a most magnificeoti trophy coatiibuted by Air L V Harkness of tbe famous Walnut flaIl FarmI PUBLIC SALE OP FINE LAND Having decided jo sell mJj farm 1 wit on Monday September 30 Ii at 1 oclock p m on the premiJ sea near Springfled Ky otTtrl or sale my tine fartm of 127 acres to the highftst Said farm isbidderIold milps from Sprhigtiefd Ky has j on it two good dwellings 2 gojd stock barns and I tobacco barn This farm has on it 3 good wells 3 good springs and is otherwise well watered Farm also haBons it large apple and peach orchardfj pears grapes cherries and othet small fruits Js well adapt do to the growing of tobacco andcorh and is good grass land About 80 acres is now in blue grass Possession given Jan 1st 1913 Will also at the same time andt place offer for sale 4 good Jen nets 2 steer calyes 3 goodbrood mares 2 suckling mules 1 goodI self binder 1 mower 1 cultiva or and 2 breaking up plows Terms reasonable and madeI known on day of sale PIOUS FENWICK S M Campbell Auctioneer i The Game or Lacrosse The gotup known iii lacrosse was originally played by the Canadian Iu dines and from them adopted soc cessively by the French and English settlers and by them Introduced to the United States JThe object of the mime Is tbtlrIve the hail tbroilgb n nls sltuatedgit each end of the ileid The plffyera are usually twelve on side In IftiT the Lacrosse Assocla lion of Canada was formed and an Indian team visIted kent Britain cli fi MTHtviuent The game Wipoo of real iuiortnn1thenAh sporting wtirlil Clearly Incompetent Havi viIi exvr married be fore asked the lUenv clerk Great heavens young man ex ilalmed the experienced prima donna Dont you rend the papersr Whereupon she wired Immediate in Itructions to discharge ier press agent Washington Star V Kept Sober SlOt After a banquet n prominent man a was sated by a close friend Well did jou manage to stay so berr MOb yes be replkd but my health was dmnk Judges Library Discretion will Paw what does discretion meau Paw PlrkliiK put a small man whfti you art looking for trouble London Tllnits Stimulate Children f Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children HetI tIwillvery rarely Ask him how often he prescribes tonic foruthem He will probably anaswer IV ery veryfrequently AyersSarsaparflla safe tonic for the young Not a drop of alcohol in ittavJJeJusccheaofiliFHowIsIhe3ideb7ThJO5YPv Ii 1 4 God Woman Passes It tI To Her Reward I After an illness of some thrt months when sti was sudden taken worse Mrs Lizzie Math erly on the evening of Sept 16 19J2 departed this life SlIti was the daughter ol Jake and Susan Bottom was burn peall Mackyille i Kentucky Jn 3 4881 Early in life sh3 joineo the Christian church at Matcki ville Was married to Mr Will A Matberly Dec 8 1905 She was never well after the birth ol nerchildsona three nipnthb- ttgo While sick she said 1 believe iyjil not get well but L am wil ing to go There is noihihgbe uweeu me and my God All hat thedoctor and friends cbuld do was dune but they so of ten fail to stay ih hand of death ao iu the stillness cf that niiztu she heard and obeyed the call ol Him who said to Pet rWbaL 1I do thou knowest not now bui thou sbalt know hereafter ano her pure spirit Clipped out anu away to LLie skies The funeral services were conducted thY 1tlfi day at Deep Cre rr church b Rev W M StallingsofiSm Grove in the presenceof ufar cODgregAtiun of reativa an friends The Itxt yas tIle K chapter of first cur 1bere I in this lift oily ye have b peii Christ we are of allmenjmobi miseraoip Sub cIITb lIbut appropriate sermon the barij acid tears and flowers was laic o rest intiie Cemetery to awakt on a better day She leaves a husband and two children Marvin a little boy some five years iwoImoth rthree brothers and 1sIsterswho that in her death tbey sustain a severe loss Sister Lzzie possessed aquiet mod tspirlt which is Romans crowuiug charm Slie often wprshiped withthe congregatio- nS Beech Grove and was an interested listener and always seemed to appreciate ttbe serVices We have thought she manifested tne spirit qfjtbd Mas tar more thanaopie OrUR who were more demonsfrative May the Holy Spirit sustain thebe reavedones land n ah unusual way care for and protect ho two little boys and mavtbyeartrl tlpSaviorfmother above MDL 0 THE CLOCKOIDEATH J It Was the Fittt Astronomical lTne pieed Made In England rue flock iii lluiiiiltiu yourt palact derived Its unpleasant Mltlf by redson of a superstltioti that wlIenevtr any one long regldHnl lln the palafe dies the clock Imnjedlhtely stops Itt Is Of rec ord tliat whelnne of Denmark the niie L rikui th piece was striking four and that It stopped almost before the last stroke sounded Since that time it Js said i8 have repealed this grWly proceeding each time a royal personage within its Jurisdiction died At any rate the clock has an inter esting history quite asldo from dils it was Ute first astronomical timepiece made In England being construqted ifl 1540 for Henry VIII Thlrtytwd years ago it was brought out of a shed tvbere in it had lain neglected for nearly half century and byorder fthe then secretary of the office of works Jt was reerected In the courtyard opposite the entrance to the state apartments There is historical evidence to the effect that U was built by 9ne N l Cratzer a German astronomer h01W1JJ came io Englahd attbb Cardinal Wolsey This otd timepiece tells the hour the month the day of the month the po sition of the SUrf and the number of days since the beginning of the year the phases of the moon Its age the hour at which it crossesthe fneridt Ian and the time of high wdter atL o don bridge The Hme required toWlncl It is halt nn hour every veekw The weights have a descent of overt sixty eetHarpersThSpeil of Loncftn Tbe greatest of modern Krencb oets Paul YerlAlne tell Instantlyun U108gbbewretched lI 1 las a teacher ot rnB As a whole he Wr tetIlt 14 very- nexpected and a hundred Uraea more than Italy or Paris or the banks or the Rhlbe And agaia rtbTrre er ed the Tacit of clean cafes but eye theless Ntf matter thhi 11tCrMIWe own Is very well black as 4 rSIr nd noisy as a duck In Y rlaiMf iew Londoiwhad no npnumeBtajH ept the ici J ignored Weuif4 Enlnster tI49er ithid UJ aighi- or himjftffflO uotJlHm N kave titedLocf Chronicle 7i Jt I v 3jDOLARr r j Wtd1j tnV d C r bf Pastor DecL Following an Illness of ihre weeks the Rev Cnarlei J Zim merman pastor of the German Evangel cal Immiriuel church one of the oldest and best iown ministers In Louisvllle diM at fits home 1615 Tratisit avenue s few minutes alter SoclockUat evening He had been itfda clinnK beaIthforsoveramonttis- althuugb i as late as last Thura Jayjeening he hid ben able to sit On the verandah at his home The Rev Mr Zimmerman came to Louisville in 187 as pas tor of St Johns Gerjaam IBffta gelical church which pulpit he yccu pied tin tir 1899 wh eube catnepastororImmannlcburch tt tion 3ifc Iwitenergy ingp6d wpiks Id arEdIhim to all ciassesand cretds by whom be was jgreatlyjSeloved Too Bev Mr Zit Drmann was born inEAstei2i PrtliliaIMy 20 teStS Hi father de hued that tlebedondr4rb- ut early 1i liEd HeHUifiw d a fondness far the 1in 11C0 v tZ 1erJourpal a- 4irn 4 i BittntByCata llHendersod KyVS 1 fS 2I br W hrT T visjol Rob lardsville this couet3r7s bit csn in thearm bya cat tliev d to have been amjclted with the cables and which was killed and Us head sent to the Pasteur in stitute in Chicago for examhia ion DrTrav3 has yet received QO answ- erTh Mall Carriers WIIIFIy This sA age of great discoveries Prpgreastridea on the air Sooss weay ice Uftcle Saina mail carmr flyiDg in all directiona transportiog sal Pee pie take a wonderful interMt in a dU covery that benefits tbeB Thats why Dr KingsNiey Dlcqvery for Coughs Colds and other throat and Idng diseases la thejnott tppuluJl1edJ cine in America Itcortd nja of a dreadful caugb writes Mrs J- F Davis Stickney Corner Me after dcctors treatment aadLall other ree dies l1a fa ceilnteecet4k colds or any bronchial sJtectfoa Price SOc and J100 Trial bottWtfre at flaxdonRpbertson 4 PROFITABLE DAILY titHING UDally H avfny Mwwa This little book la iavisg W Jlr wt circulation of nay of lts kJit al if conceded by ChristUs f crMc te be the most helpfuLci If CfTrlstlans allow tM nuh B4 crush ot aelfiati lAtitlollto 4egIv ttheta oi thefr5iIivtI o heavw tIy food theyeSkit be earpeMed they grow pt1tJHr day tiT day and Jt teetGed PT t1hl s comforts and prtllegMk DpiTy B aaceily IfMHw eattIa eat lection of Scripture ttfcttsWtth tppro prlnte olatJot i eI7 dU 4 tbef year Surely tb Nttii t11y- 8pefltIn tmrtokJBttiiaof 11irprofit nil who iirtak Itto do good not for profit Your Ifrtwufe ijrttIHt4 An autograph Jtkd Wrl Way record fetftnreln this booklca frt tSonvenl ence Opposite each dapr the year are blank lines upon wblci you cam secure the antographa of lear friends and be reminded of their litrthjay a they occur This makes tl1e1t9ok Bers valuable yearly In tee years yea if J would not sell Jit for t a JMlanr Besides it ba5a place for girth Kc ordsi Marriage Records asI Death te ojda Also ft baa ata bl bewlBc teday of the week of Iny 4aitt tel Hhundred and fifty years Printed on heM bIas clothkaniaeId P peg paid lmtatlon alll ater skis 9M gdgal1OOpppjjOrthr aer W ble and Tract Society 17 Mkkafttrt rkJYJ1N t 11 iYI r uIirJe 2 ft Jtr Household 11fI f As I will oyoxIPftiOctob Jitio ir jai f twill op j satijjl 11 a a t2 oetpS 4 t dilUlor fI I cr f j J IIIII Jli t 3CLPRICE t Tii NEWSLEADER I f SPRINGFIELD KY r PgLZDZVZZY TRU8DAT- V JMjgLME JOSEPH POUN XItor and Pnbllshere To T1 Votenof Washing c Countyr I take this opportunity toan nouicethat I will be a candidate Assessorfr subject to the action of Demo f craiic party in the primary elec fi tion August 1913 oj Jn makmgthis early announce if ment I wish to say to the people that the section of the county to n which Ibelong feel that they art entitled to a reasonable share iIof the patronage of the county by a geographical proposition to say nothing of the politicalllcon f nection andthat J with my en- Stire family naye always consci I entiously supported toe nom nees iif onr partybI further desire to say that i whileas some might say nijtarybas dealt unkindly with me in the way of statute it has been sufficiently generous men E tally to enable me to study the yfluB of property and selected 19 be the candidate I expect U CSduties of the office in a conscien 10ioJJf honorable way doing equal duty to the Commonwealth and Ithtxpayer f fThis being my first appear ance before the pecple as a cn graII ciotfB aarsome of the old stgeryt It nevertheless my impulses are r good and generous so dont bet savIi igg bow are you r nnningFyank 4i wer8AIforyau V Very Truly Yours jajW FRANK NOEL iiXfjrf 1 Rockrun r 1 f M 8P Derriugerof Spring ifelia8here last Saturday and H 4bought of Mr Sidney Perkins f head of cattle Paying 5l cents rpoundtMrC Alyini Divine of Mack dtr vlIle spent last Friday with bit lather JrBvDivIne jIjr Oilie Divine nas returnedf 4cS Ironxa two weeks btay with rda s7t tives of Mackville ct Mr Claud Graham and famil and Mr George Armstrong and Sfamily were the guests of Mr t Ellas Perkins and family 1 Misses Cutie Martha ana Hazel Thompson of RockBridgf jspent lastweek with Rosa Stel Iii and Annie Fowler Mr G R Coulter has returned Sfrom a visit to friend and rela 5S7 tives of Taylors ville atd Bloom field M John Derringerand famlh of Oklahoma Walter Hale and- t family Cffi III Coulter and family Sundft5sohnColvln of WI1 l Flisbarg Those who attended the re union at Squire Hendrens on i last Friday from this place were J Jtohn Divine andsister Miss Ida F t I mIeyj1Land iisNan sfketer Mrs Maid Anderson spent 1 liwFTnesday with her uncle Mr Will Colvin of Tatham Springs W Q Anderson spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs R P Colvin OiJC Colvin and J B Divine of John Antlerweretheguests adn on Sunday L I r 1cTin IHujs Ire WukeiMl ly OtwWorfc Utkealtky Kidneys Make Impure Blood Week and unhealthy kidneys ire re oasible for much sickness andsoffcring e8t A1a SWaS therefore u toIconUuue aremostlJkelytofoUow organs need ten on but your kid seys most because they do and should have attention first Therefore y0r kidseya are or out of order caa naderstand how quickly your eu f orgufIlyou an aiclc or II feet badly begli t rida Jthe great Iddney remedy fir Ztlera SwampRoot A trial will con j Yiesyiofitsgretnieritf 4wMipuK tr the great kidney anc1 1 rea1heCLItt7 kMkk reMoriag properties have MT asttheandsoftbemoatdistresi d ta Ifoedau1edic1nyo1 UH sbycgt3t11nI1 acMsi Yen- j5 JI HtUefCf k 10 c r 1 klelne may at most when weak been =1711e1f TO hr kidaer 5I iCeatioii tUa M UkS MIK xuIt orlj 1utuaX Y DLak uy 3slber thjs 1M Swamp JLMt1IIII dsSt1et lell yo iia pcs of8apoI 7vUbs41Nflol1tW A w t I PUBLIC SALE O- FLAND j premIisesTuesdayT October 8th A 1 one oclock p inIsmy farmsituated in the Pleasant Run neighborhood containing 98 ACRESaand is located rn Lebanon and Pleasant Run Shortline turnpike about 8 miles from Lebanon and 7i miles fom Springfitld Tit has a large but old dwelling house barn and outbuildings with never failing water at both house and barn and is wit in a mile of both church and school Tbs frrn1rjis in good state of cultivation with plenty of toIbacco land and fine blue grass Terms made known on day ofI sale Thirty acres of corn will alo e offered or sale at same time DR JOIN DEBO Mr antI Mrs Merritt Hungate have returned from atpleasant visit to their son Charlie of L ouisvilletBorn to Mr and Mrs Miller oulter on Sept Id a daughter x Hardestys cpmmunitytheir tobacco aMrhis vicinity one day last week Several from here attedetthe Old Soldiers reunion at Willisburff Frjday IMrLI child sipentJSunday with Mr and IMrJaly entertained several at dinner Thursday among them wore Mrs Hardestys sis er Mrs Alice Hardesty andY three chiN dren oillinois i Miss Tess Hardin of Him is spent from Friday until Sunday with her uncle Mr Evan Sale Miss Ida Gray returned homo Sunday after a weeks visit witl Prancis Litsey o4 Pleasant GroveMiss Ollie Grayis in the city this week selecting a millinery MattieIthis season Farm For Sale Near Woodlawn in Nelson County Ig5 acres of good land 1st class improvements on a pike andnear a R R Station Terms easy Callorior address E N Fulton Bardstown Ky T heCholce Olf A Husband iis too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness bad olood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr Kings Life Pills New strength fine complection pur breath cheerful spirits things that win menfollow their use Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertson THE VANISHING SEA COW A Marina Curiosity That It Rapidly Nearing Extinction One of the largest fish that has In habited the waters of the gulf of Mex- Ico and the south Atlantic const of this country and which Is almost tinct Is known as the manatee It was found In great numbers a century ago and even a few years back this creature was quite plentiful In certain lo calities It Is very gentle for a large fish and easily captured In heavy nets which are usually stretched across tiie moiunn f rivera emptying Into the south At untie or the gulf of Mexlcq The flesh tiIs11to having a strong resemblance to tlie very finest veal The skeleton t valued at 100 and the skin It removed properly and cared for by those who understand Its properties will bring u like amount 1Thl5strike the light rrnfi Hint happen be ninrli nnd whru iaHuriij It titiw no retlliMnnie whaevir Jt Is sate to aay thai In the lIexl1 quarter of a century this crpature will become extinct unless specimens are preserved simply to prevent the complete loss of one of our most wonder ful sea creatureaJIt lives wholly on salt water vcgeta tion and growths found In thu mouths at the rivers emptying Into the sea New Yorir hon Undo Sams Public PrlntorIThe Unitwl Slates public unifier hltMI charge or sill liuslnesfc relating to the pnbllr prlutlng nod hliidlng lie IIII pointti the and ofnllicyrx employees t1tI government printing omYe anal pur dlllilnJqlerhilcharge of all null tr wfikh to fit lUhlnlhendot lerkr4uplrtolepdenl ttIlocnmenU 1 r iA1VISITOR LByJAMESCI3RADV We nil get our sliare of uUventure said an exrallr nd man and we rail roadera get ours What surprises me that we dont get more than we do Were liable to be attacked for Il legal purposes But vrlicn we consider the number of express messengers who re killed by train robbers and station gent forced to give dutleing telegraph signals to enable road ngehts to hold up passengers theres a gobd deal do tIng In this line for us after all Ive bade a personal experience a trifle different from these and tell you when It was on there was nough In it to make my hair curl was employed In one of the signal block towers on the G P and D rail way Some distance west of my tower was a switch that led Into a gravel pit The company hadnt worked the pit for some time and the track leading Into It was In a dilapidated condition If ever a gravel train hid attempted to go over It there would have been a sptlLLife duIIn a block tower Is rather JDusic1 I slept there and had my room comfortably fitted up Ive always been fond of rending and books took up the principal part of my time The road was neither of thq greatest nor least tmportauc4 but there were throe tracks andan average number of ttrains to look ont for Still scAuetlmes there would be qUlie an Interval be ween the passing of the train One afternoon was sitting with a book when heard a step on the stair leading up Into the tower Then there was a knock at the door opened nd quite a respectable looking tOod outside 0I jbeg pardon he said but would you mind showing me the niodusoper- udia of this system Ive pus ltFoIlt towers on railroads many times and always wondered what you gentlemen re doing perched tip here pulling at these levers f Now If had dared would have ttold him that no one was ndmfrfi to the towers thni tu vere ii s 1whlih so much jom ttir tl nile va nevii to In bt noJ ftu stiindliix HII ma iv ictablou tar talbIsUllplliurIIts working Advancing to tlie lever first explained tho tmiduiiPtitnl puint that It was Intended to admit but ollJ train at a time on n blotl Thou told him how by pulling this or that lever changed till diret linn ofr triins He listened to me nttllIl iieiy tin iI got through then asked a uuiiil T questions calculated to convince me that he was really trying to 1I1I1- tnnds what was telling him seemed especially anxious to know bov worked switches thnt were not in sight J told him that their lying in sight made no difference to me iw caiiiHi knew that n certnln position ol tlie lever produred given result T passed a gmvel pit up tilicvo here he said Into which n tra ui laid Non how would you proceed ti Hwltchn twin on to that trk1 Jl pushed cirjiiln levor telliis hiin dint the Rj Jtch iioxyv stood to train from the tuiiin track Into tin noticed that lit oucpnlirteil Iris vision or fho ker ari noted erti al ly bow It worked When tie was slit is fled threw tl lever biuk Into Ita for met place Myl talk b Tnff finished the man thanked in andtRuld Uiat ho was wnlt Ing for the 710lip train and It was so much pleasnnter waiting In tower than In the station below that he would be obliged If would permU him to walt there assented pro tending to do so gladly and steeled myself for whatever was about to Imp pen for was sure the man bud some sinister design At 720 told him that he would hardly have tlmeto reach his trnlji whereupon he said he thought be would take the next one since he couldnt walk fast on account orII weak heart When tile 7iO passed what had t vM cted happened Tilt man Jumped Ilir the lever had told him would turn the train Into the mpol nJttineIimpIlISt- Ool ruit looking at him as IlmaughI tonlsbcd not daring to let appear that I bad suspected him He looked after the train for while taking out his watch to note the time evidently intending to give the few minutes re quired for the train to roach thi urave1 pit for ho would not give mo nn up portunliy to avert the disaster Ue tended When ample time hall pasatsl for the trnlii to be wrecked Ill left tile tower and ran u rttl it as fast nn pus slide But be and the gang that welrtIIng with him worm uiisapmuiulmd t bad demonstrated ou a switch Utuflr Instead of nbove didnt know hut thaI wJieu found that had tricked him dp would conic back and murder me Iti a lonely pot iiud there dm1 ii a good chance for him to revenge Lila self If he felt so dii d kept a rovolvti in draiver ami would u on th tiLiA wbllr be was with me Jiul he tveu me nn opportunity to posw Jt took outI the weapon null rsciklng sure It ready for willed fur the mnnn rttuni he diii n t come iA Wide Acquaintance A nouvelle riche dowager hns afford ed much amusement while clum tiering WnMhlnJItons social ladder One day after she had returned from circumnavigating the globe slit iwNiyvd to entertain a nCloul1tlotwhere and hoMlow of slaughter house English waii augmented by frequent wavlugR of her bwllamonded hands and forceful noddlngs of her tlaraed head Did you see the nardnnelles ask ed n sprightly debutante Sfiijthe Himalayas Inquired o epfalr young bud rined with them In Paris replied the downgcrtrlumphautly And she wondered why everybody rolled Chicago Tribune T Stop Your Worry If you are lifcllrted to worry today fSp hmftlflilU of the wofrylng you did yuHtprdny and how ifttle It really ntnoutiteJ to ciiUngo News I T 1Ir F fMF7ALE Iout 150 AcresI Situated about4lt miles from Fairfield Nelson county on a good public road Tre is abput 50 acres of good tobacco land on this farm after bait cleared There is some fine white oak timber and other timber su able for bUilding purposes A good pond and good spring a good n rtion of the fencng is woven wire with black locust postsThere k hout 60 acres suitable to go in qorn and tobacco next year balance ef leared land sown in grass There is no buildings on this farm but pi nty of timber for building purposes For particulars 4 callonH IIIII I I INGTONwa OTO8TO190I THE WORLDS GREATEST CONTESTS TRACK KENTUCKY H B ASSOCIATION 21007 TIlE IIKINITIiY FVTtTHTY TUESDAY OCT 8ttooo TIIK VALM T HALL TP WEDNESDAY OCT 0 S 5000 THKUAXSYLVAXIA THURSDAY OCT 10 SOOO TilE JASTLKTOX TP MONDAY OCT 14 OilJO HAittIONKIIIl STALMOX MONDAY OCT 14I5000 THEI plromm PIUZK EpXESDAY OCT 10 IlIlA BIG STAKE EVERY DAY Webs Prize Band of America One IarcRAILROAD r arer II scatted d shells open up your so evenly your bcan gettloo much nor too little A PIC steel the fry them on a paper target with your old duckgun I ton I 299 I3 York = u f 61 U h 1 Jll Ui JIIIIII t Ij IJ t jI 1t1U Itf tIli o Ihli SS thj got reiId tisH iie6 horrtll- Vhti h la which hr t lie Ijlre was dust on liii Iiv lniiu ic nnirl in tho of Irhe tir r tm after hli work Ii Iilahe wrist in treubIlng began rtWI jrq had aftia tIe- rtid IrI rl u gti a nd saa5duti- i Yf Old I2 riteflc J1it 011111 tPrhnt se kst you Ihiak tim a 11- ThlIn S t youthful nor Was n btiut t Itneordtiuind- Knox 8 arc a 4m ttrlnr nf S Hi Ktiox It In sni ill cijlliiliiiiiwhile taif tlmll In lib iitli ftU04IUpllJt his ebtriiierIti I wit As tip rifle to iJOPUItll li uislicd fur vtjKJtti and parsim I wii waved grrilUy nslde Nothing tile mail1 hurt nothing Take Komcir is thell said tilt youtJirul Knox this coltoctlon Is for the uoor you L gflg fleXVnnt ti tit aad dIsBJtal wife yon art utah Itlwllrp be lively or rtlllllt1 iiH la tio yoTlr Ufo merry wUlow 1I rtiM Zsr a S1IIYSHELLSI When theyre apt to get up doze slip in iitllLcScattcrload and make your choke bore gun good n brush or thicket Arrow and Nitro Club steel lined shot pattern that neither equaltogreaterpenctra pallmlrtRemin ArmsUnion Metallic Cartridge Co Broatfjway New cityv IU OIUIPS tlujShirsi iMiHKin kitMJudgms yiHifcnuM JustdaM3iaT4iutlo- nStraStorIes Scatter vSLoad THE = inMyTwo caLoJOHN VER HAM il 1nibatwas to the IcasU feverish WIIfr to start for China the next day to be KiH bow lung no one knew A man nt uil to po to If foreign country to live pprumueutfly would not think of buying a house In the country from Icaho departs but thought uoth Istugtween whom and me would be half the gluitiind water at that neither of its daring the wherewithal to react en b other It was early spring and wood blazed the hearth We drew a sofa up be fore the tire nail sat locked In a eon tlmiona euilmice told her that the moment my salary readied n sufljfftwt uflimreher lirk with1 me thought it might n year Even that infenah seqmedw lot riuiuable to both of us Hajipy youth happy In not know lug what lies tieforolt Had some onklnd fairy shown me a picture of totheable As it was lived in n delirium of Joy marred only by those twelve lung mouths that were to Intervene be fttrp could return to claim my bride laIdillon to another so gently that Iawonld not realize the trausltlqu Hut for lh moment was happy nhd as1nlserabiuilnppyhrlorud miserable that nit st be part oeelwhole being But there was a kind of hIl5dellgbtsuus sometimes find pleasure In mis cry old persons never do or If they do It Is because by exhibiting their mla cry they may make those about themrl miserable The small hours were growing lar ger when after n long kiss I tore my stilt away and utter two or three hours sleep was driven to the ship on which Iwns to sulL I went on board with a heart like lead My Heart was tint only heavy but there wits n smell of bilge water The weal her rIlM bail too Neverthe less ronwlned In the clouds not rose a atecluudti butt lowering clouds The the tnftDJVngUr My iurrouHtllHKH huLl not yet I ihmtruitl l i happiness and Inrjr jcatetitlc luntrJ ived Jn 111 1 of JatJltt I t days WO ieuwnumsmnntbej1 I rrni op w I rQW have Just Recelvet 1 iThe Newest Models in ManTailoredS I 1CIMIXturesI I 10 To 3500Also in Juveniles and Serges and Scotch Mixtures TheseII material Look at tbIsuitsfbef I buyingore i 7 1ullnillghaffl1 I II Djiincan CGO iff I I love letters most or toe time to De mailed when we should reach the first port Then the waves began to dance about us and I fell from lovesickness to seasickness And oh what a tallI was therel My dreams were dlsslpat ed I didnt care to live long enough to return to claim my bride I wished he ship would sink and swallow me up IIWhenII my love letters concluded that bad enotigh written to make a sizeable packet I sat on deck In a stelmerI chair where could keep my eyes on the ocean eurfacei for In this way IIavoided seeing things turned to syII turvy I could think of the girl leftI behind me If I wanted to but preferred to concentrate my mind on matheI matical problems for the purpose of cMeinwhIIe 4timeiainmercautlle house wasnt worth much to the concern Indeed I would buslImyself up during this year in an oc happyjdifferentjkeep us together and we toll apartI lastIleuor andIIwith a competence not for the girl had expected to make my wife for she bad been married eighteen years Irreached America Iti summer time went to the m6l1utnlns where would thud a pure dry air which I hoped would take some of the Chinese lethar gy out of me met a girl about the same age as the oue I had Jeft twenty years ago was flattered that she set her captor me wasnt very old and was well able to supptfrt a wife The lovemaking between us nt least on my part had not the freshness the zest of my first affair lint It was very pleasant My fiancee was chaperoned by a sharp featured woman with a sharp olce who was having her strength sapped by the care of six children or rather four for the two oldest thought they knew how to think for themselves Soon after we wijre engag ed was Introduced to this lady who offering me congratulations sdid congratulate you especially onJoaking an engagement that Is practi ble this time This time Yes Your first was ridiculous considering tthat you were epjngx Ivtr on the 6tii T Sldlr tJTTHe IrT What d you know aboutworTI should know nil about It the woman you were tvbcn you nailed for China lnccljj IExpfunod rSensldeyoBll the house Marine View ThereBnt n KUwuse of till sea to be Llludlady 1ii set sir my lateSd siHtIJi e waa ftIltl sergeant ot marines and e whs very toad of loot Ing out 0 that window Punch jMaudM from my mother S Ethel wouldnt repeat that If I uri you Maud Uhv tint Ethel ItroplewlII think your mother as Htingy Huston Traveler SA Young MisSiyn You have been n very naughty boy day Harold snlll this mother and shall tell your ftitlter when he comes home Oh of coiir e ex la lined Harold You never rould kivp a secretAt uta Journal His Grouch Whata the zebra sulking about kstbehenil keeper of the menagerie He feels slighted Hes about the uly quadruped that bn nt been men Honed asi some sort lit a political tunLVasis1IigtmnJi Star Easy Mansy Why dont you marry He ch and old Old lie nutty live for ten years yet Marry him and di you mwti cook Ing Houiton Post Whooping Cough Suparstitlons Whooping cough Is the subject of more quaint superstitions In England than almost any other dlaeae Northamptonshire It is believed that It small quantity of half Is cut from nqpe oftheslck chld nock rolled l n piece of meat and Ghen to a doge whooping cough will be transferred b1tdbeen threfe times under the beltf a piebald horse vln lJii aRhlr they tel you that whoiiplng lou u will v r attack n chIld that hu4 xldden a bear London Arfflwnrs j J11t1t U4ft Adminisfrators 1 = SHLElr = L it As adniinijrator of the estate of M fj Emily Wils q we wilt at htr late residence near Litsey KVt oq Tuesday OctoberIstb 1 5AT ItfO OCLOCK P M c perzoiialpropertyl atag MrZEmily170 ACRBS v 1 This farm will be sold in three tracts and s as awhole It is vlocatedon the Little Beech Fork in Washingtont = i S l andtobaccoon a Jlarge frame dwelling tobacco and stock barpand other 1 pikeFermsZ PLEA UMAN Admr andIeiror Mrs Emliy wilson 1 a Q a aLaaI DissOlutionn SaIe 0F 1F FineI cD livLiock lnvur1rP Dissolve partnership wp will on the promises known aa theMhn Kelly farm 4 12 miles Northwest of Springfield Ky on Thursilay4IetobLfOArr J ji 1 IOfrr for silo to the liiShest and beit bidder wHbdnt nesirve orthe knowing Lv Stock vizw T ay mare and mule colt 6yearsold mare aria mule colt IQyearsokl ay mare and horse colt lOyearsold rown mare in foal to Jack 12tyoarroM mare intfral to Jack 4yearsokl Bay horse by Moko Pearl yearsold good worker and safq for lady to drive Bay horse by Sunshine JOycars old good worker and safafot lady td drive- orseby Col JOhn I 2years old arc by Bouncing Connaughl 2years old i v 2 mares by M koP arl2yers old 1 yearling filly by San BreakprX t v I F10 mare mules broke 2ye roiU horse lT1alesbroket7y ars I 2 yearling horse mule j l32 head yearling Steers 104 weanling calves I 1 white Shorthorn cowahdcalf roan ShorthojTi cow and calf t 2 Jersey Cows and I roan cowfnli fresh 35Ws7ioL Lunch atfiI2m G iIYBiddnl ofany Srt r rtUswid e req DAREKELLVHaydon Hydaa k Willett AVrDR G T4 BURTOirf- tMtlDENTt DENTIST M Wlrk Guaranteed iitJ 2 PHONE t 162R G o Hgwf Block upTstalrs IJ1SRINGfr1ELD Ja i J C A1UDDi- MrDRjidi aud Svgeoit l Qffice hours 8 to Dam tIL V ito2 pmf 1 0IIceI over Haydons Drugstor f- WF GR1GSBX ATTORNEY AT LAW t OCceovar Peoples Hank I BPRINOPIELD KY D HrW HYATT l DrultJto 12 m 4 to 5 pm t 1McJ WILLIAMS 4 JNatary Public lr r VlLUSBURGr KYI j Positions a Specialty i JOHNYMAYES i fUIERAL uiiiECTOR AID UCENSED EMBALMER p TELEPHONE DM19aNIHT74ISPRINSFELD KY DR If TRUSTY PRACTICAL f DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber i Pental work reasonable prices Jfllwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY r a c ieienco- Baseball today a Rcleiice nod we ancient fansstnnil l amazed at fhe prcs- ent day pitching and batting work at thepbenomenallj clever base running and the bold the national game has gained on the public fancy We tire growing old with the game but the latter Is nlwayx Improving while weI l are getting nearsighted and stiff In the Joint The glories of the pastI art being dimmed by the accomplish casnts of the present and these ba fant tans will live to see thIngs done ltbat we cannot even Imagine Thats why 1 envy them We used to think iris bad seen everything there was In T the gameZ Now we reullz that tbe iport Is still In Its childhood The bCobbe tile Mnrquards and the John oai are teaching us this and double inkGermanys New Lightship A lightship has Just been placed In coBaBdHlon In Germany that Is pro tided With o complete equipment of 0 the most modern devices for aiding and marluora In place pf the old lwarnlng mast beacons the vessel car powerful electric light set wOD top of Ji hollow mast or shaft through which the light can be reach ed In stormy feather The Ughtsblp kai wireless telegraph and fog and submarine llsDlesel oil engines run a dynamo and two large accnmu lator batteries store the electric cur rest foremergency use The new yes MIaal 150 feet long and 25 feet wide It will be stationed near the shallows Ithemouth of the dver Elbe 4 Turkish laths For Horses IIii IOft At l1eait5OOOOiwrsesaya the Ani mal World arede1 In the service of the railroads of the United Kingdom and despite the adventot motor power the number Is constantly Increasing The gteitesr tare taken of these 1col1hectedI denttflc treatment Is given Turkish Wtha and Inhalation of oxygen art y song the remedies The examination ef food Is carefully attended to nu4 by meant of magnets pieces of metal fathered Iin the holds of ships tire re aeved before the food is distributed ler we The Game or uacroiso Tbe game known as lacrosse was riguully played bjr the Canadian In ains and from them adopted sue MHvely by the French and Eupllsb HUlen and by them Introduced to Halted States The object of the 1tM U to drive the ball thniuKh ta fituated at each end of tbe Held players are tumult twelve on a M4o fn 1807 the Ljirrosxe Ausocln tteo ef Canada was Toriiipd nod an I dian team visited Crent nritiiln featiag great eirlterueut The uniue 0 is e e of red Importance In the Eng Mi aportlng world IF I Clearly Incompetent 1Iy you ever been married1 be rer ektdthe Ucemie clerk Great heavens young mnnr a- sPILd the eiperienre prima donna Deat yom read the papers WlMraipon she wired Immediate In KnKtleMto discharge her press agent r 1rlllllgtHItar Kej l tuber Sutr- V liter t banquet a prominent man a kri by loe friend Writ did jrott niannjro to utaysof- c rrQfc yiw repllHt bpt uiy WM drunk Judge Ilhrnry 1 1L i i TOWN ilHfi ti iiHi innJ itItOCftI Happenings of Interes i The Freshest and Latest I iiAIaboutyourseIT1 Friends and Acquaintances It WUR Thfl wsnnnnnnnnntmnnu =FOR SALE Wag u and set oi double harness P OBryan tIT C L Brady Springfield Ky RR 3 has for sale 150 busbek of White Seed rye I now have a complete line of fall and winter millinery just in Miss Ellen Wathen Mr R C Bohlitt has sold his house and lot on Covington venue to Mr J W Tucker- FORRENTOOtIageaUd prem ises at extension of Main and High street Apply to John W Lewis We handle a fall line of Feeds Corn Oats Bran Hay Molasse Feed Coal Salt and all kinds ol seeds B I LAKE CoIj The County Court dinner given by the ladies of the Christian church was well patronized and a handsome sum realized Come in and see our now line of fall and winter millineryI Miss Ellen Wathen early IIstreetplease you in styleand price Come in Mrs Williams FOR SALE Nice Dwelling on CathohcIT F or J R Montgomery FARMERS Come in and see our Timothy Seed bet on the market They are cheap Get our price BDLAKECOT- hose who desire to get in touch with the newest and most correct styles in fall and winter millinery should inspect our line of tailored and untrimmed hats- Wathen LOST During the Springfield fair gold locket and chain Finder will return to this office and receive reward We show the styles that will instantly attract you The lat est novelties in feathers veils etc Mourning goods a specialty Mrs Williams Now is the time to commence to feed your hens to get winter eggs Try Chicken Cbswder and you will be sure to get eggs this winter B D LAKE Co STRAYED From my place one long yearling steer weighing about 850 lbs color red with some white spots and horns Liberal reward for any information leading to its recovery C J Haydon Mr L A Burns sold to Mr J S Sutton 25 shares of stock of the Springfield Ubose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co and to Mr OP Goode 25 shares The bouse is in a thriving condition and stock in it is valuable TOP1CSiJJ- nIHnft1i1flttflDflflflflfl i IUI rrDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy SUnders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to 12 lto4 i Born to the wife of Geo J Begemann a son FOR SALE One 2yearold high grade bhort horn bull R W Cl ments LOST At the colored fair last Saturday a gold bracelet with name Mattie Tyler on it Leave at this office and receive reward Mr R C Boblitt purchased the farm of Mr Coley Ensor last Saturday at his sale The farm is all good land for corn or tobacco and we understand Mr Bpblitt purchased it at a bargain r Get your coal before winter makes your road bad Its cheap Remember we give 80 llbs for a bushel as we have always done add load your wagon with a fork B D LAKE Co Monday was certainly mule day in Springfield and there were more mules here that day than was ever seen in Spring field before The market was very slow and the greater part were taken home There will be a Communica tion of he Springfield Conncil Royal and Select Master Masons in Masonic Temple Springfield Ky Stpt 30th at 730 p m Election of officers and also work in degrees All compan ions please attend R E C Lawson T 1 M Joe Moraja was tried before Judge Litsey last Thursday on a charge or having detained some young ladies against their will After hearing the Common wealths testimony the court was satisfied that while an offense had been committed the boy was not guilty of the offense charged but held him on a charge of using abusive and insulting IanI ullage to a female to which Mo raja plead guilty and was fined 50 by the CourtI Rev Fred Brown has been conducting protracted meeting at tbeSpringfield Baptist church for the past week and will con tinue through this week Ser vices are held each day at 10 am and 730 pm On last Sunday afternoon a splendid lecture was delivered to men only Rev Brown iis a ery pleasing speaker and has had good attendance Battle of Chickamauga- The 49th anniversary of the battle of ChIckamauga was cele brated at Squire Fendrens Grove the 20th A splendid dinner wasservedou ihegrouuds and speeches were delivered by I PBLIC r SALE I I Land Crop and Stock III Springfielddnyule on J Saturday Oct 5j 122 AT 10 OJLOOK A M sell to the highest bidder our larms These farm will be sold m separate tracts One tract contain 158 acres with 7 room dwelling and 16 acre tobacco barn Tract No 2 contains 85 acres mQre or less with no im provementsAbout acres is in grass and the balance in cultivation Has never failing water PERSONAL PROPERTY 18 head of horses and mules 4 work mares in foal by jack 3 i family horses 2 mares had mule colts by side 2 two year old horse colts and 2yearold mules extra nice 5yearold harness horse lady broke and 1 extra nice 3yearold brown mare in foal to jack 7 head of cattle 25 head of ewes and one buck 40 head of hogs 14000 to 17000 lbs of tobacco ready for the market about 2 000 bushels of corn in the field 5 turning plows 1 new jumping shovefa 2 single shovels and mowing machine 1 2 horse wagpp l new Hough ton rubber tire buggy only been used a few times and harness Columbia Stanhope rubber tire arid harness and farming implements pf all kinds Household and kitchen furniture TERMS On land one third cash remainder in one and twoyears On personalty 6 months G A BENEDICT SONS bS M CAMPBELL Auctioneer i4 r i L1 TODD Pollu Alfred Bnyder and the school children of Roclr bridge ill Colored Fair The Washington lonnty Color d Fair Associate rn held its annual exhibition lla weekand we feel that it is omistake when we say that iit was one of I the most successful fairs eyer held by the colored eople here There was pleny o good stock shown in all rings ai the aiten dance was all that uld be expected The asso iation will clear a nice profit thtj year Hog Sale IMr George Wha rn held 1IsomeIvery fine Poland Oiina Hogs It being a very bus time the sale was not as well ttended as was expected and son e bargains were carried off by farmers of the ounty Mr W larton did not sell all his hogs nd has yet on hand some of the very finest young sows and boar Anyone williIBrasherMedley If Mr William Medley and Miss Robin Brasbear we4 a married yesterday morning atSt Pauls church in Owensbo by Rev MddleyII distilleryihis bride is owensjlro leading society favorites oft t city Fine Home Fo Sate I desire mylomeas good dwelling at urg large lotIMRS M L ONNER ralliedFuneral illiamsSPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS iJfATTERNS I 4th r will the best Our suit are in are fit finish workman hip invited to inspect iPolicei 01alTuesday was somewhat busy day in the Springfield Police Court as sever were in jail or bond for a isbehavior during the colored t Ir Louis Thompson was charged breach of the peace nd paid a fine of dollars 7ill Brown of Louisville was trij iI for selling liquor in local o tion terri torv and fined 100 le wgs ob served go into the fti r grounds with a sut case andI as follow ed by George R yne of tbe fair officers Ray a mpted to arrest him but Bro n took to flight and was gettin the better the race when Ra tired his pistol hitting him it the hand A physician waslied and treated the injured m nber He is still in jail Arc Ie Bosley also of Louisville wj arrested charted robbetv by a temping to pick itu pocket of Mclntire also c lored the Commonwealth bein unable to sustain the charge d smissed it and a warrant fo disorder ly conduct and was fined 10 and costs Jiuaf charged with brnaci of the peace was fined 10 and costs as was also Chas Par ot Campaign Openstt The gun in the femocrat ic campaign in Washington county fired laa Monday when the Hon D H Smith of Hqdgensville addresecl the voters of Washington county Mr Smith is a ver forcible speaker and understands the many isauEs that are iiow before the people His sp ih was listened a large crowd representati citizens of the county of a political compexionH PUBLIC SA I will Wednesd iy 9 19i2 offer for asia hou ehold and kitchen furniture ani my personal property live stock and farming implements of all kiud John A1Tuc- kerChildren tory FOR FLETCHE S CASTOIA Miss Lou Booker Dies When Ijfes span has been completed ami the soul has fled its earthly habitation to ui its abode In eternity one of the highest compliments tbat can be paid the memory of the deceased is couched in the simple words She was a good Woman for there is breathed forth in these few short words the true ex pression of the writers opinion of the deceased in tnein are rn cluded all those noble virtues laud characteristics which are the elements of true womanhood And how times have we heard this expression of the life Of Miss Lou Booker and when spoken of her were nit empty words but they right from the hearts of those who knew her best both in her home life and m that with her friends and were the opinions always entertained ofherdeath hits struck the chord which wade them resound thus proving that the induence of a good life does not die but remains after the spirit which gave life to tbat iu fluence has flown Miss Annie Louise Booker was the oldest daughter of Mr W F and Mary Sallie Phillips Booker and was 56 years of age at the time of her death winch occurred on lasf Tuesday at noon She was in her usual health until one day last week when sbe suffered a sttoke of apoplexy She remained in an unconscious condition for a o it twenty four bours when she rallied and regained conscious ness an ctit was believed that she would recover But on Monday she suffered a second stroke from which she never services will be con ducted at St Pcraimcs this morning at 10 oclock and burial will be in Dominics cemetery FOR EACH WEEK OPENG OCTOBER and 5th On displa be seasons new models Exclusiv design in tailored and large picture hat new they of superior style and You are respectfully call and on with Nine ol with Joe took Bosle Hardesty first was to attentively of on Oct all L take many they came PERSONAL Mr and Mrs F W Baumbauer haye returned from a visit tto his parents in Indiana Miss Cbailotte Wall Simms has returned from a visit to friends in Bardstown Rev P F Hennessy is visi ting his parents in Baltimore In his absence Rev Father Ker nan of St Rose Las charge of St Dominics parish Mrs G W Hurst of Louisville is visiting relatives he re Mrs Alice Thompson Mrs S B Thompson Jr and Mr Jas Thompson are visiting Mrs H A Hudsm atSharpsburg Mr and MrsJ R Reed Jr haye returned from their bridal trip to Columbus Ohio Miss Catherine McCann has returned to her borne in Bloom field after a visit to Miss Layinia OConnor Mr and Mrs Randolph of Oklahoma arrived last week to visit Mrs Randolphs parents Mr and Mrs W H McElroy Mr Randolph returned Monday but Mrsj Randolph will remain here for a visit of a month Mrs H L Smith entertained this week in honor of Miss Mabel Price as did also Misses Della and Fanny Smith Mrs W1 Russell and Miss Besie Camp bell Mrs Leonard Allen and Miss Louise Tucker Mr Hood Cunningham is in Louisville today Mrs W A Culvin of Fairfield and Mrs Carothers of Bards own are the guests of Mrs T D TapptRicketts Boulware left last Saturday for Maderon Wis where he will begin a literary course in UuiversHy of Wiscon 4fl Powall Boulware his brother is with him taking sec md year in medical course Misses Mary and Margaret NOR have returned from a visit to frienJsinLouisvi e Mr Earl Arnold has returned home after an absence of several b11nhR Mr R H Edelen and Dr C A Edelen of Louisville were er Saturday no3 SUntfay kJ r l ii L I i iI JUST RECEIVED IA II Big andChoiceLiti II- II 1 LADIESS TAILORED COATC huTS I JJtand daWiJe the yif Fall1 I SURELY PLEASE YOU I il ill I I received large assortment of ladies and Childrens r I1Mens RAIN COATSr 1 I We urge the trade to the make their selections early before they arejiedover I I CUT PRICE SALE all summer goods still going on and will continue un 1 IIOfSept 1st Come and get some of hese great fear iALWAYS GLADTO SHOW YOU THROUGH I THE ROBERTSON CUYBROOKE CO II i I INCORPORATE I T e iiiI Q I I BUY I AoAU- I I f ii- II T TNOWI I IlAND SAVE MONt- 1I I Beginning 1st 1912 we will fillr IYour Coal House with High Grade TENNESSEE COAL at II I I15c per Bushel on Car or IficdelW f- I I c 80 lbs o the bushel v I McCLURE 8 WAYE IHECOAL DEALERS If S u E Miss Zula Nally has retnrned from Louisvilleii Mrs W ville is here J K Walls attended the State Pair at Louisville last week Rev R E C Lawson is at tending the Presbytery at 3urnf side tnis weekIMrs C J Haydon attended the wedding of her nephew Mr Win Medley in Owensboro Mr Reasor of Louisville who will have chargeof the Washington County Tobacco Warehouse the oming season is now in the county Photographs I will be here only a few dy- longerWill returned to Louis yule September t 0 Nows your chance to get first class photo graphs this year at your home Phone at my lathers Mr Ed Cusicks i Notice Notice is given that Peteraofl and Spalding baye dissolved partnerahip should anyone have claims against said firm they will present them for payment S M Peterson Sam T Spalding yl Strayed on my farm near Ken wick one white sow weigtilng aboutJ250 pounds Owner have same by paying for m8yj adv t18CJI1euttud for W B JeFrles Reliabland GomprelieiisiYeTelepIige Seriice Is necessary to conduct successfully a tuainess enterprlafiJgWj Cwnber Iland Telephone and Telegraph Companygives yoa a naive that is local connections With all citizens tn your town and Lonff n t nections to all outstdeinjportant cities and towns Yowgetiius hat you pay for Call our Manager Jtorrfurther information HiSyiS NllIi not for cheap telephone service lbut for reliable and com reh vewWe phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated l v t d JI J F DANEEHOLD Pres and Tress J F OANNEHOLDj Jr Vj e resIdent GEdTWYlfAN screa1 Street Tobacco WarehOUseC p IIMain STREET INCORPORATED HOUE I 1 4 I DANNENHOLD INDEPENDENT COProPristorzI i J 92325 W Main Street bet 9th andjOth tPtlISVILL iy lo Storage Four Months Free of Chare f1ih 1 Best Light in City Auction sales Daily f Best Inspection Returns PrornptlyMaO tYour Hogsheails MAIN STREEt ROUSE E up THETOACCO GROWERsT Those wise I IMarkWarehouse those valuable Company certificates 8h6uldwrite Jjr at pe tei 1l T atttlakbW Si4441AttUiIA13Lt1tfl t I 1 NTIMI rlWr i Louisville Bardstown Jet Bardstown Springfield thBOUDd11 Thorth Bsu tI iD IINo4a j IO Ul only 1S18fpM 702 ttJa3Ar No 42 5 20aal- 3O ii 34Ii100 1 t i1 t t I iii14 1OIl iI sii l I 114s iiiM I ta044ILv A 7 r L1 I I MyI I ACitet Of INgeOWS- t I t r1MyedisIiZ 8t1P Boiwortliri rvyvvymvVVVTTTTT I TlMffatec of prtcM today ta far dIe fiat tiwbatk WM wk n I WM a 33ug BAA At tHat time we were Iietting Moll others profits down to aI I ilnlniosj and sometimes to a loss riere T1rItn leldsln those ayiutfcatMd ot been worked On- eI k silgbt ve into a western town with a B+ Kkla4of food to sell and If they I salable he would make a good IIwere on theE I served an appren tlth a large soap manufactur cactm and utter having thorough ly learned the business coficlnded to gOI L to M e wectenr tate and build VP a tIMe la the goods with which I wasI familiar I settled In a town called j Fanuwerth the center ota country t ts that was rapidly growing in popula t I tt ntarn1ab with some itniT 8r aireriUbac and concluded tfII t attiact attention by unique notices I remHBWr the first one I leaned J tniiiiiHii J9CJ dfTf It was Eve I yatrtoC ifcie Gontexs soap ryjj F Xtrtkiactoaa wash day I dbat otet d tp lad that the plain unI daete4peo1eottbatregIond1dnotL laMpalie to ma asked who Birth iHiaTflu i After explalalng to most of tfcf eltfees et te foTtn that Birth irfta W5I B day was a r tr1IrJce bfrthdiy traupolltiOIiI I OM JMcalBf I noticed aI js rtn ij e soap b aines ip the neigh I becta tnfB rf Mlllvflle Not only hadS 1 I a rlrsS tie boslness but in clever f J Mrsykg In a Mfllvllle newspaper saw that F B Ketcham was selling tl Unrkks soap advertising It toI waaa oat freckles leaving the skin f t1 Yiftlful pi k and white I con 5S dijtMUthja ridiculous till a number af tbe freckled boys and girls of the- Ni fieijl eameJBW lay store and asked If p I tkatfaay of that soap that would t 1 away wltk freckles getI r aa4 BV next effort more ti i 4vertis 4 Quaters soap as r t1rw bsisk a housewife 4 W dcsd sn couldI JJ tsjMiSjiUwaiqe catBe into the Ibee1t my soap to use In r 4dtIa their cellars 1k Tbe next advertisement bf Ketch I as that I noticed was after a storm j a4 a consequent carrying away of a portion of the turnpike between Fares II wortB and MUlvllle by the giving way a culvert Ketcham announced t1t1of the washout had been effected by cake of Southwicka soap having fallen put oLthe wagon of a farmer who had jUt bought It and was carrying it t59anwQrth to wash away the tt1fj aa application of the Gun uierthii Dhe iihUg didnt exactly understand bow a culvert could be washed out L with a cake tofUaoap weighing only a r few ounces jut Jhe reference to spots Ii left by my goods was a stroke of genlua on thfpalct of Kelcbam it was nottthat time even the proper thing to attack in an advertisement or other St4 If wlce any individual goods Indeed I J for lega action against 4 mcsuse Of e8 SolI concluded ver to Millville and inform Ue did it again I would hale him into court I found his of ei flce in charge of a young woman 9f whom IinQUlred when Mr Ketcham would be in She asked me what I JUl wished to seem for and I told her that I was the gent for Canters soap at Farnsworth arni would like to have i a coBfetfisce with him with a view to Httl lipna method by twblch her and Ilcofldido business without injur each other ling young won n said that Mr Ketcham was out most of the time llciUng orders for his soap and if in stead of waiting for him which I lmIktbMYeo do fOEj some time 1 4AaLf9 ftei jinyjthlng had to t komiesnIcateshewould transmit It to SdMrKeteM ft fVflJT WelL 1 said please call his attjtioto the fact that when he ad tI vertf e that punters soap leaves BROti tius injuring its sale be lays jh1ilieft1table to a suit for damages i TbeWjl Ho law against bis advertisr fcfff lt3E ibkf Southwlckfl soap has pro dtb adwaaaottt or that It Is a white wasJLoaVthe best soap in the market 11ao jpagjMjie doesnt cry down any other article Do yon understand 7 telll Mr KetchamIll Ahii Wy to him that Ifhe will come 1rrt over to see me I shall be happyto fix w1t1took1a scaleof prices by which we shall be governed so that we wont be5cutflng each others threats Whatf ii Ittletfii that we shall not be under 1 IHoc aclTJothor Theres plenty of i kQq fw both but If we fight Mch other well both fullf 1r Mni try to make him understand The girff though she appeared to be stupid was rather prtty As was J erJl P aaeH4oLsa1dLII wouldnt use Sonthwlcks soap on face if were you Why ltJjbt1pktl Weill youf complexion being perfectq K ntsbeesearyI That wont wash she replied Iropplnglato slang VCompllmenta are aetla oraerln business SrZi t V tt I 9 l j v f of 5QDOd morninitr TeH Mr7etcbirf J co ile over dfee ins fBut Olr Ketctaagglldfinbt come to Seerme On tbgcpmrar fhji continued the contest with uu auufterl His next announcement was that lta trial tween Gunters and Southwlcks soaps a cake of each thrown Into a tub of water and Southwlrks washed Gunter clca tLut of the tub Many peo pie understood enough of this to see that the touch was turned against meV Not only did my sales fall off but I found that a good many cakes of the Southwfck artlcje were finding theltIway into Farnsworth It me that I must do something to get the upper hand in the strujrgle or go out of business So after racking my brain for awhile t got a notice Insert ed 1Dtbenewspapcrsot my townS that there was no use for pur citizens 0I seek the seashore during the simmer AM they need do was to throw a Jake of Gnnters soar iuto Greens pond and the jatter breaking on the shore1 would be quite equal to any sea foam 1Whatwaa my surprise after my caution to seen few days after Ihls inL sertlon a notice In a MUlvllle paper that tile agent of Gunters doap at Farnsworth had by mistake got hold of a cake of Southwlcks soap and wash ed himself out of business This was toO much It was a false malicious announcement At any rate Jnany matter of fact people would so construe if I drove over to Mill ville resolved to put a stoptbthls libel Qua way of competing for tradefcand straight to Ketchnms office I found the same girl there as before Where Ket ham I inquired im patientlySWhat can t do for you Im in hargeSYou can say to him that one more notice in a newspaper reflecting on me or the article I sell and I shall at once begin suit for damages b Tvill they ber 1Howmn h Why I shall sue for as much as 2000an That would be awfuL I doubt if Mr Ketcham could pay ail tbat- f I didnt say I woulfl be allowed that sum by tbe court Isaljll would sue for that amount lOb Well Ill tell him- I stood looking at the girl As have said before she was stupid look lug but pretty I should have a girl lUre that in my place of business it would enable me to get oui more to drum up business you know J aske4of any IDo woman who would like a post onwlth me at Farnsworth such as you have here with Mr KetcbamT What would be the salary II could make It12a weekV She1 sat thinking awhile then asked How would you like tptake over Mr Ketcham stock and run yournnd his business together I think hed like to how much He might tnrn over the stock that he holds as agent and sell the good will of the business fprf say 2000 Two thousand dollars was a good deal but he had worked np quite a trade and if I should buy him out I would have the fied to myself I said 1 would think It oyer 1 went back to Farnsworth and considered the matter exhaustively Somebow I had taken a fancy to Ketch ms clerk and believed that she would be a great advantage to me Whenever I had gone to MUl vllle I had found Ketcham out work- Ing up trade while spent most of my tithe in my shop Finally wrote Ketcham that I would give him 2000 for the good wlllof bis business and take his clerk at a salary of 12 a week By return mall I got papers assigning me his business and S telegram from his principals appointing me their agent In his plnce1 sent a chuck to his order for the purchase money and asked him to ship his stock and send his clerk to me The stock arrived In due tlmetben the slrl Well Miss I began and waited for her to fill in her name Ketcham Are yon a sister of Mr KetchamsV No n Any relation Na What ure your hultlalss F Jbe dickens r hitherto sober face broke Into n smile suppose may as well confess 1now us at any time Ive been running the business over there and at a loss There room for only one nod that one cant stay indoors and keep shop or she must be out canvassing all th while Since your urst visit have t been aiming to sell to you You can now be out nil the while and will run be business Inside would rath runnlnJIyouve smart enough to set 2000 out of me for n losing bujlI ness Oh you mustnt took at It In thou Ive soldl you tbe field And your ability as an advertise rtterI can for you in that And she did decided to cornen mite on Gunters soap and no IIUUK were Miss Ketchnms ads that hy constant canvassing did remarkalily well My assistant kept on develnplii In tier ability to write original adver tlsetneuts and they came to be looked nl as funny matter Tuis didnt do tin Males of soap any harm Indeed It quadrupled tbe value of tbe ads Kl nally discovering that to part with my ad writer would he to give up the greater part of my Duslnesa married her At the time of the wedding some wug of s reporter gave an account of It under the caption The bachelor hood WflHhed Out of a Man Ijy Gun trra SoapSJ I x Hew Fhe Bociy Kills Germs 1 GMM that et into the body are killed lu two ways by the wBtte corpuscles I if til HliIf ii ST StrtiiHUtog substance that iis in the blood Just what this JLwe4t t know The blood ola healthy person always has some fTsebstiace In it to irani off tho attack disease The fountain head ellik k tbe etoMctu A man who has o weak and impaired stomach and who I ilteiy i ii T4i4Ht his food will soda find that his blood bos become neak t ml tmjr Ttriilise sad that his whole body iis improperly and insufficiently nour twt pe1i hod znbea1tIy condition to feed the system on ricb red blood sad wCtlie bolious Irma the body nothm lit the past forty years hll3 excelled Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery a pure Clycerio extract without alcohol of bloodroot goldena teal and Oregcv gape root stone root mandrake and queens root with black pherrybark My husband was a sufferer from stomach trouble and impure blood writes Wns JAMES IL JLurrcr of Prank foriKy u lie nad a sore on hla face that wouldform a bJhlch would dry and drop off In about a month then another iouldlmJQlJUhitcty form It continued this way for along tlmo tried every remedy that any ono would suggest but found no relIef no then tried DrPJcr Golden Medical Dlsovery which completely cured hint Ho has stayed cured now for twoS years and I recommend this valuable medicine toe Impurities of the blood 0J Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate tooucb liver and bowcti Sugarcoated tiny granules Wl HUMOR GF THE DAY Same Symptoms Tbee wju a suUyut revelry by night The Blougeuea w ra giving a party JMr Illoggs had just obligedwith the touching ballad TIs Love That Makes the World Go Hound and Master Blpggs rteiz d the oppurt unity to sneak behind a screen wltWfathers pipe Shortly aftenvarq It was observed that Willie wasnt irll lila face was pallid and his eyes stood out Cried Mrs Bloggs Goodness child Chats the matter do believe you ben smoking Willie feebly shook his head Taint that ma be replied nn truthfully If its true what fathers been singing about II mustbeIn lover London The AnswersI At a local mdtch the first of the sea son two cricket batsmen of tile stone walling typo became partners and for a full hour gave auiexhibition ot how cricket ought not to be played At last one of them more by accident than de sign made a bit that very nearly re suited Inn run Derisive cheers came from the weary spectators followed ity- a shout from the local butcher vbo had been Impatiently waiting for a knock t Keep yer end BUM Keep yer cad be jelled If yer git so bloomln reck lessVe shall her to whko the scorer 4London Tlt BItIfEthels Climax Little Ethel had been brought up with a firm bund and was always taught to report misdeeds promptly One afternoon she came sobbing pent tently to fier mother Mother Ii broke a brick In the It might be worse But bow on earth did yo do It Ethel pounded It with your watch Harpers Bazar Interesting Chats Where are you going for the sum inerT Im going to board with some peo ple out in Elizabeth township Why do you go there To be freak because It Is cheap 4And how do you pass the time Oh there are some other guests We all sit uroum and x plain wlr w got tired of Nev u rt Illisliurab Post So Vulgarl Mrs TlnJltfThcy say that Mrs Neuurlub becoming more proper ev ery dayj J Mrs DImple Yes Indeed You should have seen Jww mortified she was uvfbllo ago when slw Iwirtieil that her husband owned common stock lu a rallrdadlSutlreI Getting Back Dorcii What kind of a world do you think fed have If there were women on thejtiryMrs Why my dear the oth er day when a verdict didnt suit you beard you say you nevei could tell wbat twelve men would doJudge is isH Had Hopes Whit are you looking for said the waiter to tho diner who was pick lag at his plat of hash with his fork Why wife asked me to bring her home a do7eu pearl buttons and Ive only found wo so taro was the re spousYoilcers Statesman Leading Question Sherlf you could have only one wish what would It be HetItwould be thatthatoh It only ujuredto tell yow vhat It would be She Well go on Why do you suppose brought up the wishing sub JeeU- Boo Transcript PRICKLY PEARS Eat Thom as Indians Do if You Like Their Peculiar Flavor Nobody but an Indian knows bow to eat prickly pear The fruit grows on tIe edge of u thick green leaf and bristles with myriads of closely set thorra sharp us needles and flue as hairs Though they cannot be seen with the naked eye they can certainly be Nit as any one who hUll tried the usual method of picking them With a pocket handkerchief can testify The tine thorns cuetr te the fingers and the llesh swells festers becomes In named and If neglected often de velops Into serious case of blood poisoning When an Indian wants to eat It be cutsjIn small stick sharpens and thru Us the point Into the ripe fruit SlId ig off tin pear with n sharp knife and holding It mi the stick he leels It takiiR lire tto void touching the rind wltl his llnuers He drops the peel n the rronni to the hitter sorrow of in Itllrl f wit Uiy who happens to utep on liking rur catns fruit may he ac inliwl like the taste for olives but not likely to rival the cantaloupe or veil the linnilile grapefruit In popu lar favor It resemble cracked walnut shells ninlstiiied with water mix ed ivlth sawdustt and cork and sprin kled wTlli brown sugar a little lemon JuUe and u dash of quinine Any one who tastes It onco Is satisfied to let the Indian gather tho entire crop New York Press Bulows Wonderful Memory I low hud n wonderful memory Va evidenced by his astonishing teat ot jumorllny Kids concerto which the man who wiiitu It could not puty without imtes Ills IIccurl1 UCCOWI almost infallible lie Wits once iu composition of Liszts for orvhes truiin that fonii sers presence without notes Liszt Interrupted to say thatt a certain note should have been played pldjno No replied Billow it Is sfurzando Look anil see persisted IlrOIdid upphiud In the excitement of the brass wind players lost his Look for u b lilt In your part bjY Itulpw still without his notes measures further on wish to New MenhaytHow big an oo would ymi advise Advertising Man Tliht depends on how many tons of cus tomers your store floor will sustain You wouldnt want om to break through IntotIItellurot course Puck I J eastly Weathf r Tiller Reaslly frpatjtcr ImtltStlcklefcWhy t1lI you use those idiot- Ic expressions How can the weather be beastly Wick ler Welt Its rain Liz cats iniil tlojn Philadelphia Press How TommlWas Found byll His Old Munjmy o By F A MITj1EL and1My Tommy was the loveliest most loving little boy in he world Htf tber1andblsj him for when a man with a grind organ and a monkey ca pe along would follow him and many TomI thought I had lost my joy for Once he was brought me by goodI llceman and once I ha o go to the station for blmITommys seven and my Mummy dledfbiU tJwithyoull have me you And I said I mightI Tommy but youll gn jr up to be a man and have a wiTh pd children of your own Oh dearie ae I wish you could ajwdys remain a ttle boy Bot- Tom said he hated g Is and would never have anything t do with any of them be would alw ys stick to his dear old mum But nature requires that boys and girls should break u ty rom their parents and become feufents themselves Tom stuck to tne as long as be could4but ho was a manly boy and grew into a manly muu He could never content hlrnseln In the little town where we llvedij and when be came to be eighteen fears old saw that be was chafing tc get away HeI wouldnt leave me fol a long while but finally consented ttjdo so for a few months I bid him g and not come back so long aslt to his interest to stay away Tom went ljut WUSf ilnt come back Ho wrote to me lifferenr7 places though telling me whi t be was doing He mude one voyage u liner as deck steward but he didnt Ike the sea and gave It up Then be red one enlist ment term In tbe army and was sent to the Philippines W lie he was there was obliged to move o another town left my new addro with the post master hut a new miAi took his place soon utter that and ue address must have been lost At ty rate didnt get any more letters f m my Tommy Two years passed and was get ting older every day lived by self uud hurt no one to comfort me dll1utknow whet T icy boy was alive or dead It ould know that troptlhImmake a very different roman of me went hack onlewblreJ Tommy and had lived toge ier and where had brought him up i wanted to learn If be loud been tjien looking for me found that he had number of the neighbors told me tlat he had asked them where was had told onlIone or two where Iras going but It was so long ego thai they had forgot ten Besides IbmiIHed again two or three times They old me that Tom was awfully dlsappi ted not to find me After asking f rybody and get ting no information pat would enable him to find me he w ut away but did not city where he wi going That was the SIt t disappointment of my life To tblilc that hed been trying to nnd his aid mummy and couldnt And now that hed gone again Into tthe great world tthere was far less hope of his rer finding me or finding him thou ttl pre was before found u place to fake care of a rich ladys children OIK afternoon was told to take them to i moving picture show lining the eyes they exiilhl ted was out real s cue of a turning It was In lw York bUlhJllI1I very large and costly they bnjpenid to a the photograph lc apparatus In pos lion at the liuie but there are a jrrt t many of thise machines nov and utter the Alarm luy would have aK Id dealof lime to set out of them on tie ground Of roursi th alIhl most realls Ic and exciting pnrti One was a wo man standing att an i8 per window wild with terror Slip had heon cut off and was likely to ptrtslj Then u ladder was raised against Ithe wall smoke tourliij nut of mocB of the whldowlJI iiid flame out of sfmc and flrnnnin ran nimbly lip the rounds WIN scared to deutfi for hIm makingII such a perilous asc Jit When he got the top the lad fur was a bit too rlirt lie wound Is legs around the rtniKs and one nrin round the side or the ladder and Oiled the woman to let herself flll1tttoward him It was lUther obey or dea h She fell against Ls loose arm hut she struck him II couldnt stand It tl Iwjk any and shut my eyes IrI Vhen oHiill jin the young ies tucr stood fiiclng tl crowd which waicheering him iidsee him in clare us plahras at monday leaven be praise he was jny Tom my AS soon as cm il get the children home wrote a le or to the chief of tho fire deportmeni of New York ask lug If the young r pn who bad saved tho woman Itlp e wint uiy Tommy and if he was lo give him his old mummys address A couple of days after that l wns Ier lug the house with the tblldren who a pair of strong arms were thrown bout me and look Ing up Into a uiu s face there was my Tommy Oh mummy h cried aint glad to find you Oh Tommy said this Is the tin lflitstt moment my life went to New ork with Tommy iind am lIvIng n hi himnoiv lIe nays he wouldnt narry the prettiest girl tn the total so oug us hes got hisI mum with him Eccent ic Tides Owing to the e ects of shore tines nnd other influonc which ure more or less obscure it Is very difficult to count for the pee laritics exhibited by tldUl waves In i irlous parts of worldInterfering theI dllYIUdt1Splaces while on t e other hand In the harbors back of ttile Isle of Wight and tlirretllIcsj ascribed to overt es produced by tbe modification of j ilal waves running ashore and resemj Ing the overtones of musical sounds ew York Sun RunIMade t t Sea Ah yes mar lured Miss Screech mu1menleI periences ml g over here from London a terrjbl storm arose and I had to sing td r let the immigrants You should have soen the heavy sea running And the big n de man In the pink necktie gazed oul5ofthe window- I dont blame P soa tu iQutterod PILED IN THE PilLS I Samuel JesaUp Swallowed 226934 Twenty Years Injj People were greatly addicted to pnt medicines 190 years ugo und a cape that was tried In 1817 lu Eng land kIves some idea of the pill taking proclivities of the time An apothecary sued one SAmuel Jessup for payment ofn long standing account The blllj extended to fiftyfive closely written columns and showed that in twentys years be took 220031 pills beginning with the modest number of twenty 11nlneastages to a dally consumption of sev entyeight During the same period he consumed 40000 bottles of mixtures besides juleps electuaries anti other Infallible specifics The apothecary won the day but J ssup died soon afterward at the age of sixtyfive no doubt from stopping the medicine- In the advertisement of their wares the eighteenth century quack medicine proprietors were quite as resourceful as the modern representatives of their craft Newberry the proprietor of Dr James Powders was a pub usher and managed to make oneIbranch of his business Ijelp the i by inducing his authors Including Goldsmith to scatter references to the powders throughout the pages of their In Goody Two Shoes the heroines father perished miserably because so unfortunate as to beRez ed with a fever In a place where Dr Jtimes powder was not to be had Cblcnco waSOUTWITTED A LION tCleverout African t The little bushman of South Africa Is not only small maize but feeble Iitmind Yet there Is on record an enycounter between a bushman and a lionp which shows the man as oool In danger and fertile In resourcecThis bushman while a long way from his home was met by a lion The animal assured that he bad his victim completely In his power began to sporth and dally with hfm with a feline jocos Ity which the poor little bushman tallted to appreciate Tbe lion would appear at a point In the road andteap back again Into tbe jungle to reaphpear a little tartimeront lOReIupon a device whereby be might outwit bW foe This plan was suggested blrthe lions own conductIIAware that tbe beast was afaeotl of him tbe bushmitn dodged to tbe rlJhtII and feeling pretty sure of tbe lions whereabouts resorted to tbe i quietly watching his courseI IemanIe He roared with mortification Then he espied tbe bushman peeping at him over tbe grass The bushman at once changed his po Bltlon while the lion stood irresolute In the path following with his eye theeshifting black man In another mo dl went tbe little man rustled the reeds vanished anti showed himself at an other point The great brute was first confused t and then alarmed It evidently began to dawn upon him thnt he had rnlstaks en the position of matters and that be was the hunted party bushman who clearly recognlt j ed the situation did not pause to per mlt the lion to recover his startled wits tIe began to steal gradually to t ward the toe who now In a complete state of doubt ami tear turned tallw ami ilciamped leaving the plucky stud ft Ingenious little hushinati muster of t situation Harpers GREAT HORN SPOONS The Ones Horns ItofIt the butr11I and mountain goat are made Into s ladles soil spoons Some of these are rarved while otiicral ore both curd and Inlaid with Tim decoration xomet lines shellII but often n conventional rellrl ion of animal forms This Is l ly true of lheH oons of the hUll on the coast of northern Uritish Culum bIn and southern Alaska fuw of he wd1ndertulltbe horn of rare Uocky mountain us sheep that even u moderately good one may appropriately be called a great born spoon These are of a richtgolden yellow color Uy fur the greater number of horn spoons In this same re glon lire made of the horn of the mnub tain goat nnd thce black fewtl have black bandies of goat born anti golden bowls of sheep horn All these handles are usually carved to repre sent traditional or mytblcul men ant muls or monsters belonging to the loret of the Individual family jut us among our people silver spoons hear the tawr lly monoer m Detroit Free lrc 9I i Church Tower BlfrinIiC Probably you have noticed that openings In the belfry of a church areS usually filled with a number of slant II tug hoards sometimes cororejl wItlmti lend These sire Improperly willed louvres many pepsous Imagine that they are so urrflijpd no to keep out the rain The right name for these Blats Is nbutsonit a word unit menus trthrow clown Their use Is not lo keep out the rain the wet does not hurt the Dells IIIIIIIII1Ih tldowllwardground can hear them better the middle ngcs some of those abotsons were beautifully carved und decorated New York Iress pI Tuppence SaveDfMcAudrvws thecbcmlxt at 2 amRTwo pennorth of bicarbonate of soda for the wifes Indigestion at this time o night when a glass of tint wutercloea Just as welt Sandy hastilyiVVeelIuweel tthanks for advice Ill no bother ye mutter Good nlchtl Iearsons Defined Pa sold the young hopeful tyhot does dining a la carte uuennr C The father did not know but ae did not wish fo show his Ignorance It menu he explained that tserlt- means eating IUD lunch wztgou5Ex change S Wedded Bliss WlfoSo you dont like my new dress Well Im not surprised You havent half the taste that have Oushand wircuntlcailyQuri marrjage proves ttI4hd Telegraph We know iiest what we lire east con 110 scions of knowltip Ratnnpl Butler ROUND THE GLOBE j sIA census of tee Japafaeso empire taken every five years Twelve million gallons of beer amt annually consumed In Italy The BtiKiKile the new Public brary In New York weighs six tons As withy as HU rocks and shoal were discovered lust year on the hlgL Women are employed by tiltS Bcrliu ollee to unearth baby farms In thai city Cleveland milliners dressmakers baa office girls make an average of 9 a week ijfallt ij In Berlin Is planned for City lone Mexico Moscow dentist claims tobe able to supply false teeth that will groV into the mouth as firmly as natural ones The average annual output of the wortlln rubber Is toils valued at 200000000 The South African possessions of England require KIOOOOOtK postage stamps per annum Italy requires makers of cliecstjs con taining oleomargarine to paint theni red on the outside null to label them properly A Norwegian expedition will stndj he natives fldni and fauna of almost unknown regions of nprthcui and con tral Asia Horses used to mix the day b treading It iiuuiy Argentine brick itrtis Instead of employing more ex ensive machinery Copenhagens sea commerce Is reasIng each year partly because of the modern facilities for loading and discharging cargoes Apartments rent In Madrid for us igh as 5000 Cooks get from 10 tto 30 a month and chauffeurs from 30 o 75 without board Clevelands city chemist wants ap plied chemistry taught to technical igh and normal si hool girls to enable to make food analyses In an automobile race around the land of Sicily the distance of 052 mile was covered In 27 hours 12 minutesj nd 43 seconds over had roads The name of tlip new Chinese repub e as indicated by the postage stamps which are now arriving lu this country SIIlJdleIadapted from the familiar ndgn lion of Chlnn as the Flowery ngdomn A Chicago physician has made a translation of an Egyptian papyrus which It Is claimed dislodges Hippocrates from bis place as father of medicine by anticipating his disco ries some 5000 years Even liPPeD ieitis it Is asserted1 is described In old papyrus During year HIlI fiftyfight smal planets wore discovered but eight these were found on exiuniniti tI kletitknl vllh idles JlrlljI ul trsed Of till more tliui iliin were discovered ui lliiilell rrn tti uo largest contribution couing from Iohulllleslmr ohsci vntory Boilers as big us a homisestwli ar he new water lulu1 iiffalra ment tested at one of tin stations of tin iroit Edison tonipiiiy IInd tin Ini ould be a good 1111 m luiiityilj eet dip thlriyotii feel Ions Jtml thli tysix feet bigh rr hat Is the sie this uiunster steam makfr 0IThe federal gtiv rniueiit nunntalns llawnll a college of ngrkultiiriv meclinnlc arts toward whIch tern torial govtrniuvit itmtrlhutes fo tnilldlngs suiMWirj unl eiiuipuient Till college curriiiilum includes ainon others courses nirriiulture engineer Ing honseiioUl ecououilcs ltItOU1U11I1fI o Urcenlunil hy way of the pole Any pohIwill nniiie Nlcholns I ind Uoceut cxpurluteiiis In England have shown a homing sinse la crabs almost remarkable us tunis Cral aught and markfiii tu Yorkshire werc taken to UwolusMii iiiidfrped and ouiiKht Huhstiuenilv In their old home Ten mouths later the Mime crabs win again niiiKlit tin same place Conslilcrutlons nt cituniiuy haveii iiettl the Ccrinan postal authorities t approve a plan liy whirl SC tlrh nilllolllPn will unnliiillv siipplaul- ineii on the Itf t he illfToniit hmuches of tin ilililstratlt Thi an iitlnii ll filjtdh afTift tho Kcnilfcr prs oRrts niifced In fln thlit itis The rciljriwcrM IIf ije Ansirlirn ieI an It U uItemmnlutlitnil airmitiu a ltfs rnusibiius rsHhii fItin ltvu nrisit iflirihnfilx fointLv If tie iinifiinn in liiicd It Kai i4i fiii f r evonitnrf rfnvwii htl v luiii lions Klin kl 1IIil It fjiIi Jilorjllttlill ttt seer IVM1t iiiUin ciw have heeiuxnac 1 f r UII6II f the prcvenrlv ln11froimltt forth bytV metropolitan p Uinnl of tin u f Tokyo Th jiiunlir uf the rodents h pdrhjtI1 thti olllhotltfif resm3entiit unT kjU sincdt1e Iraso of1 tht l415t15ii dlscnvw in tin clllllnl in IIic tinbur t Well Worth It As deutlstK kiiov very weiltlwtpco ie du call upon timettity ft4t plcusutjc they ure apt likely tp be cf- endedat this hit from the Washington tar Pldnt that man complain when you charged him for a broken appoint nttOMrellltd tin ilentlsC lie said breaking un npiiolutmeht with raejlIs worth every tinl IIC wts A Queitiwv ofTtye VAfier niidtjier eiHoni said Farmer orntossttifl guess well have a rheV f Whats a chef asked his wife fchef u man with n iig enough ocmibulary to give the soup a d1er rntA name every dayH Washlngton tar 4 A BubsidyI1 see so Thtteh the uewspSpsi slafrltnionI j A subsidy Grace Is where lgive 2T for going to see your mother of having her come tg sec you Judge = fAi6RI1Jo oai ALCOHOL 3 PER cENT uI- rssrmilalfnglheF ling Stoma riIs1 aPi Promotes D g Dncirrrful nci1uiOpiumHorphinc NOTNARCOTIC 5u ZceOiJfk1iffITJ22L- efdJlddeSJlit Amicet01a90i1Ra4 I4 0 11nSfatAIhdayrEtzfk- fiiC 1nApcrfectRernetyfor Hon Sour Stom iDt3W- Ol11Jscomll1siansfetrislt iiiandLossopSLEEP- w 9 EW YOIIK Exact COpy of Vrapper For and f conjr 1fPf J = I J II IIsuffered during girlfiood from weakness rwrites Mrs Mollie Navy of W4i t N C At last I almost bedridden and had tto give up We had three doctors All the time II was getting worse I had bad spells that llasted ffrom 7 fo 28 days Jn one week affeCt gave Qardui a trial I could eat sleep and j6keas well as anybody In 8 weeks I was well II had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardul relieved me when else failed v I IICARtu If you are weak and ailing think what It would mean to you to recover as quickly as Mrs Navy did For more 1 than 50 years this purely tonic rem has been used by of weak and ailing sufferers They of real value in relieving their aches and nafns Why suffer longer A remedy that has relieved and helped so manyis readyatt the nearest drug 11ise at once by you Try today Vritt torSpecial YOU That question will i e asked you obnost dally by business men seeking your services If you qualify take the Draughon Training and shbw ambition More BANKERS indorse Colleges than Indorse all ness colleges COMBINED Colleges in IS States r R Bookkeeping bookkeepers all over the United States say that Draugnoris New System of saves them from 25 to 50 per cent In worknnd worry Shorthand Practically all U S offi cIa court reporters write the System of Shorthan Draughon Colleges teach IVhy Because they knov It Is thejieSt Motbvillo or MerophU or KhoxYJlle Tenn U S the usd of a gooJIasiiivc to keep bowels open and prevent the poisons pitt Undigested pod from Bettiiijijiro yiwr system i The latest jwJu t of Sd nce is VELVO Laxative Lrver Syrup portly vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Vclvo nets on the liver as well as on the 1 V LLiOSj AN HOURS WALK You wo n Krrdly Think It Meant Traveling 8 253 l ilej 1JnJmc oJ U1 d rlt b1E iI nu- tIiIea Imjta MI Lusstr you tllJI tulwitlthm thi 1IhU Slat Sii mcmii ujweit- mittttlr 11 irJIlt 11 II elS tflaGJIJ tw iiiil iirit- i reai- t j5g1St bJt itdcii r k ilt I4CruIIJ1O 11n t1rtf sulk Hilt fth3 fl fJ irtfiMnaV JiiMiiiit cI5t if es1 + W r Ytiit t Ios Lilt talfl r1 Ule Tho if rftlntt the iilii 5cllrs1yt tptim t pt1 ttIJJ1 d vu uvrtig Jtobdr tilt WroMtr rf the efccJjirhHt It Ttji a twI w t ttJlpw orr UWKnco Iii 5j41g15 cWiimfur cnce IUS tth trA uiwltHiM by rHJ nf nutr6 fi inl1llfJatf u5IS tm cIn 1t aity 1mrtt tll 41kidiuiv it ttt1 w 4 t1tt fl u4wc41ttwtit itp l tIrrtI WI gtt tw distuitee ron ff i1t1il9iI 1tuUutIlslf tlr IilrsJait JfhJtk gsiih3 tjlnty ftmm mindr rrit5SIt AnSlt7r iJlt Sltat fyk lAiMH t1let of your hours tilj Ttk ituufwtlb 1tt onIri b tttII u1elt1tt MiovtRg 1JtNlmCl aIrtlJ6 ijiKoft tfttJoil in jar Mlkt at tIle rate p little ro ilMTfRWft 4 1rW a day gr 18 jimI1ikmmo lr i So imiktii iIt1r trcemllc fot uikveLl mllft uoveniontTaf UIP tttfrth thlft Yuit thw e rths otjrm vVftnd Hint ajwlrt to f VitmIsin titai t e sun apdr you flnd yi uive t cil the hour SU3 113 t 7 GASTORIA Infants The Kind You Have Always Bonefe Bears the- Signature jif r of 1 In isoe- ForOer 1fr Thirty1 ars- CATORIA Ya i Bad Spells womanly 1Y9SII it 48 Internatibnal itruunt WomansToRiG The I 1 Vegetable dyiorWomen thousands fpundlit storeKfor OmattanooqeTealMtTUCtlOflS WANTa 1cf1IIIIIDRAUGHONS tatJoal 1stUrWHtisMinwFItES Bookkeeping ItenDRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSIESSCOLLEGE KyseLvesad Pysiciaiis Advise k4igestksbiliousness svtltmiimli rrW1J 1Jf Wpjvrqivi Ijwttpiiislgl 9rbttol1 Childrtm wasa LAXATIVE t LIVER S RDf Sometime It M yleJuat Walklnj InteaIrapaWhile waking through x ne of UM prominent streets the pther day MM on innocent looklnfe Individual 1 is pled ah important looking Jlec0 otjp per on the sldewalkiand ptckinj JtCj found it to be a pawn tcketfet a djSP mond scarfpln whlch some careless person hud apparently roped iAccording tJp the ticket the Pb3rha4 been pledged several weeks before for 15 How am I to find the bwnfthoughtX Shall t take it tpthfrpitwm broker Perhaps If I do the owner will never see It anyway Elie tin tawjfljp furely b qa gocT quo raudjouhUa worth threc ImeSjtne amount r wWck It was pledged WJby not appcopri i it to my own use The name oh the ticket jvaitBrbir and my conscience wds reliejrek wbsa I found several hundred of that nasIn the directory I soonmndetmind and started for the brokers lflee I asked to see the pliv before reIlDglwtnUbgJhiit hadi p Jit tho ticket and upon payment of 3 cents was alloxeil to examine It uIt too ed all rightJU althovxk am not a tllfl judge ojCjlJanoBd so I poid fee principalllot 15 and the Interest of 180 mind the pin becas mine Tho next day showed it la an en pert vhn decihrfjl It tp be worth far Imis thaim the atimotluf I htI font flt Is trick of soin jjtf jlc said to dBfrnud unwary jxirsouM Ilkf yonrsblf The scheme consists of ton Ing tlr bets foVsptirlriHS Vleoej 6f Jew dry fur amounts muuytlmc uxte of their rathe anti dropping ttre ir sa the KldcwatlVln dlffur0nt lrp of town Where UnMwpcrtlns pcrsonse TntlfM N I ifrrm ind Trdclnif lJpm nsvoH Ai tbns vloldlnK handsdJno prairte thi norpotfsitors PhIladelphia Pccori