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Digital page images are linked to the text file. trnttt114t1Iq4 4 i i 1jSX1 t I 1 L 1SflEDII J t 122 1911 i i r Y k i f f READ r uffMfetrf Train of RI Above Readers Version i ofAuthor about reading Shakespeare k isinE him iff an expression for the r ilgheist Intellect end you wonder ttiatt any cdsman C1 r ru v 0 f fore him But think a moment A I br Trading ot him is another The saturn T itlom point of each mind differs from that of every other Eut I think It ist wtrue for the small mind which can OHly take up a little as for the great oae Trhlch takes Up much that the BUggested trams of thought and feel ought always to rise above not ltlw author but the readers mental be I think most readers of Sbakespear produced by music Then they may f ir t a gence r KIND OF SPEED FIEND lna to Guileless Friend How Hr Happened to Be Arrested Six II A few weeks ago a man who was tired of motoring Sold his machine to I a guileless friend c J Yesterday the man from whom he had Bought Y the car with troubled expression oiOf t his facei end In the tone of one wbbeehas determined to do a disagreeable fcJjV duty find dcK at ence Ji Look ereack he began your a friend of mine and II dont want you mo that 10lt1ia f been arrested six times In that auto mobile yolipld I I tNow Tye tried iny best and I yot t happened to be arrested The purchaser bad no small amount of sarcasm In his voice by this time cfertaJnl I 4 From the Hue Bird 4t F In Maeterlincks Blue Bird little TyltylJ goes ta1 some firoff to learn that love abides with him at home There he meets Mother Love He says he wishes to stay with her always where she looks so beautl all down and to learn once and for alll how seevmewhen you see down beloiv5IS v Do you understand Tyltyll dear You believe yourself in heaven but heaven is wherever you anSI I kiSs each otherr Ther t are not two motheVs and you have nc other iEveqchlld has pnly oneand it is always the same one and always the most beautiful but ba know to the Highest Kite Flights The art of flying kites Is carried tc its greatest perfection at the large aerological observatories and the best records of altitude fjpp to date have been made at JIourt Weather f y Va and Lindenberg Germany The V former station is 525 meters above sea level the latter only 120 a clrcum stance that should be remembered inb places i1oYln tJ I highest flights recently published by Dr Asemann gives the altitude above f v Ute tOtlnt Weather 6740 meters 2 Lin i t Weather 6519 meters 4 Mount If386 meters 6 Mount Weather neters 379 J Well Earned An Englishman alone with Richard Ithenovelist said to him I am happy to pay my respects to the au thor of Sir Charles Cfrandison for at Paris and at The Hague and in 1 at every place I have visited it isj much admired appeared not to notice company wore assembled addressed the genUeman with Sir I think you 4 were sayIng something about Sir No sti 1erepUed I nov re evef to hive heard It men la of i j f Land of the Tree Stranger Sa this is a real lii burg oh1 I Citizen of Goingsome You just encourage parties tolandhcrcl StrsngerClever ln f duce ents are you off r ec1ty3I trated Sund t aiiUa it iin firiUi machine and IEii SO ft ij 500 ft Uorres pocd nca oircited Address S G Longaboug b1 Ky r t r ij f 1 n 17 fll 71 = i J 5r tz r1 i A lL R i llt 11NEW ESYOLXYIIIHO SPlJNGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH23- Jr 1018 tIIOWJQ SHAKESPEARE ThouhtOU9htA IToutalk thoughtI onei staIwoI1ItoiintoIIfolksir woIrEW JExpl Timesi ij tIieraroaehed yomverI tieyurireacHbadkot ThaIttwas beavenlst 4place ItsfustaTon 9how tlej IlDirgStMortjflcation 1rfactcRIchardson thOICbaieandison tiaemDe CyclopediLbAnecdotesi llectfttf nuI8DUpIII elsPt2ayturi TiU7 IJ- Th1E T NI3WS LEADER fiSUB IJfl1 a The Sage of Lebanon 1 telegram to a LouisiU newspaper fromi Lebanon re cently contained the folio ving Former Gov J Proctor Knott the Sage of Lebanon remains in a very enfeebled condition However he bas passed through tIm winter months fairly Well He spends his time in an invalid chair pr on his couch being as helpless as a oabe The distinguished old ver 1dayaccustomed to hiss speoch and ei n ClOSelY toUjjjjpi to under nd the whis rings of the tongue that has caused the rld tolaugh to tremble under its cebWngeoIIquencesems highly pleased t16 have his friends calKpn him and when he is feeling good rejoices in their conversation He still bas a strong mind and it seems to rry and make him sad when he thinks one does not catch his meaning when he attempts to talk He will be eightytwo years of age extAugustan Solves a Deep IVfyslery l toltom4of my heartH wrote C BRader ot Lewtsburg Va for the won erful double benefit I got from Electric Bitters In curing me of both a tsevere case stouacb trouble and rheumatism from which X had anntea clyearSthough made just for meu For ays pepsla indigestion jaundice and to rid the system of kidney poisionSthat cause rheumatism Electric Bitters bas no equalt Try them every bot is gyaranteed to satisfy Only SOc at Haydon Robertsons t mTheTruly some men apparently ca hannoley are gifted with a sort of second sight which shows them the value of iinvestments and the QpI pieningssome statute or other influence ops them such men willlcon tin ue to roll up vast fortunes Others will be made lucky by chances No important signs appear as yet of any restrictions S on the matting of great for tunes And when such wealth expended upon good objects li tIkeJohn H Converse John S Kennedy and many others it i hard to condemn it Undoubtedly it is this duty of every man to put forth his best orLs to make pot only goodj living for his family but to pro vide adequately against the pos siole mutations of fortune and the disabilities of sickness and oid ageIhe Christian Herald Death iin Roa ins tue may not result from the work of fire reugscaused that make a quick need foa Bucklens Arnica salve the quickest surest cure for burns wounde bruises bolls sors Itsubdues inflammation kills pain It soothes and heals rives off skfh eruptions ulcers or p Ilci Only 25c at Haydon Robert son s Xr Three Dogs This iis the btpry 6f three dogs Ode f them iis a good dog the other is a remarkably sensible dog though of the sheep killing species and the third dog iSlbu one who sled astray artjdigolffi eyedthe penalty A Ie nightst ago dogs attacked the flock of sheep belonging to frJ W Fallis near EbenezerHei a asleep but his gooclold watchdog discovered jblie marauders and wakened him up by scratch iheband howling ioon as Mr Fallis made bis AIfPtarancl the dog began to ba joyfully arid plunged around the house plainly calling to his muster to follow him The fUlthj ful animal led him srai httotbtI field where ho frightened away two strange dogs which were dayMrvas cuttingi wood when he saw tlis dog andja younger one jump over the fence and attack Mr Eiillis sbeepBe hurridlv call id them pff and the older dog heretofore very obedient t viI Jlently realized that he had bee ioing Something that de ervec he dc nth p mt fur h ref sl to come and instead took to the cliffs The puppy who was lled j the11calll anything4th thetpenaltylately killed him with his axe l The animal that is in hiding in th andehome Harrods rg HeraldI New Problems New problems ar6 arising each j y ior the tobacco farmer The very atest is a moVe by the ten ants 1Ogtwothlrds whereby theyaredemandt fu 1gatsingcrops this jear unless this con iuu is made Mar yofthe haveII thatiforng game for tfyem Many tenants who sold or 12J cents came outt in debt outlast years crap We bear that several contracts haVE0 been made ona bksis of 60 per cent to tenants and 40 per cent tb the landlord the llitter to furnish houte and grass to ten ts Tenants are further de manding that a clause ba putt in the contract guaranteeing them po t1deaundlarger lland owners say that the tenant lii asking too mt cli and IniiI not put as large amount as ticipttedwhile the tenant aims the landlord bas been making the money and that he has barely been able to live andI Inj many instances has lost moneyLMt Sterling Gazette a nilSavesNeither sister f areightbe ingenwrites D McDonald of FayetteJ vfUeN CR D No8tfor we both d frightful coughs that no other remedy could help We were toJt my sister had consumption She was very weak and hap ni ht sweats but your wonderful medicine com etely cured us both Its the best I ever used or heard pf For eoflungs coughs colds hemorrhage laIgr maippewhooping coughall bronchia trou blesits supreme Trial bottle sree 50c and lOOt Guaranteed by Hay don Rob rtson I Fruit Safe Mr HlllGflrniyer the riotedJ Fay tte county nurseryman hMS giyea out the following concern iDE the fruit outlook in Ken tiyiky Fruit in Ceinraf Ken tuclqr is yet upinjured thanks to the recent heavy sleet Toe fruit buds were developed fast asa result the days of rising temperature but the cold wave came in time to cbeck natures advance and the sleet thit followed that protected the buds Central Kentucky is about dutf jr a good fruit cifop and tte adageof a heavy sleet meanJbgI a full fruit crop is likely to be realized The sUet told hgavify on peach trees and m nys young tree was almost barren qf twigs when the weight of the jce fifted Cherries plums pears peaches and apples promisor abundant yie1dwbie the strawberry crtpa Which last year was ruined by a slight freeze in May will pro- bablY this year njake a record breaking yield while tha2en r erallg accept leDJYt tfng- small fruitshcsptipg of the a fruit fif1d foliage trees inr the falll Hs considered the surest ways yet good results elobtainable in tilt pringof tthe- y ar in S9lJug out fruit trees as in the faIlf The pruning seas uQtA is now onAn full blast in fact it is nearinJ its close and yJet we venture yfie aiseption that many farmers kad drchardist lhave neg Iccled this important work Pruning a tree or a raspberry bush iaras necessary as suckering tpbaccjo or ihiuning u hill of cornj 2OoABu8hbis White r r I 0It atst F r sale grown f rbm northern seethktt cbs 100 per bushel rhea pats madel over60 bushels per acre They are recleaned mytndKind Bags frees Reed Spalding thyiic1thayVilhrd T hpmpsfi i feeds Good Work IUIder the date of December General Pershirig received ihe following telegram from Governor Reed of Job3 lClAII men Wanted from Tapul Lugus in jail Other mat terquietly settled Tipul and Lugus are islands aB CautSi edsii Adullams Cave for all the moro 0ut nig1sthought there would be some t fighting done before this group iof desperate men whp had hered in a common cthiseti2uld he captured above telegram we jjudge they were intercepted without any jretoatdanger3Tapul and Lugus have alr ys bee allnThe people who inhabit these is- Ilarids hay6 constantly resistedI tle asgovernmentsho prwnent down tJ assist in the arrest the outlaws if necessary For tun ersetelyT pionature without force requires con sqmmite titiilland intimate knowledge of th6 customs and traditions of tod people being beitsee is toposse s these qualities There is no one who knows bis Imo frosknows each one by name but kn toowswl ofentak 19egpvernor ses hint straight much to UhtheThis intimateknowlege gives Iimi world cojuld do His results showing jtbe wisdom of hav psoplewqll yersed in Things Moro to govern the various dis tricts of1theprovinceMindinato Herald SmCatching A fullgrowq wild duck is on Uk the most wary of nil ani l and many are the de T of vic Ltheit There is a lqvel method of taking wild dicks practjifed iin uhina and elsewhere in tile East The natives see thKa lare e number of big caTubashes or goards shall atwayslbe left floating on the jater frequented by the birds tjll they couje to re gard them n part andparcel off tlieir resor The duIhGnr chooses his titye and putting one of the cal bashes vith holes cut for his h eki1 he wades through the lakel hiabodv beneath the surface BS cautiously approaches the unsuspecting Wild OWI and catching one of them by the leg pulls him witt a sudd n jerk be death the watrcausng hardly more commotion of t ie surface than the duck itself waeo it dives or piashts or plungss for its food He wriugs iits neck underwateri and fastens it to his belt Then be deals with another in the same fashion till he makes Ihis jetreat equally unnoticed with whole girdle1 full pf captured wild du0ks HiijgerV Weekly r Jti jUnexpected Attack 4 As Owen Rubelwas going tot his home on Procfer Knott ave nu Tuesday nighb shortly eli er oclock anj unknown ersctwho had been concealed behiia jarge tree in the yard of Mr l McChord truck him a severe blow on the nose with bis fist knocking j him unconsCious When Mr R Del recovered con sciousMess several minutes later he wa lying ion the sidewalk in tCp olof bIudand liii assailant had disappeared So sudgeri was the attack Mr Rubel Ilnot get a good view of the man Be is at a losslo understand tIc motiye of the attack as the only hingf valqq on his person a watch was ijbvdisturbedtMr Rubfll went to his home out as his nore was so badly swollen the following morning a iphysiciinthe only injury to baa bad i brulout Mr Rubel Expects to agaip 9dat Lebanon F lce n OryFOR A iT 0 I A I hAlleged Night Rider fAcquitted By a Jury at Hopkins ville Hopkinsyille Ky Mjcb 1631 The jury entrustad with th fat otDr DaviA Amoss theII ldwell c uhtyphysician alleg to have led the night rider raid on Hdpkinsyille on the ht of December 0 l097 founti the difendanh not guilty of the elOIocloJ cis ida rested either the restora n rof libert to tne accused j ma nbib his donmng the l prlstiastripes fora period off fl1enyeass With the acquittal of the eged chiefof the npted clan ccn ragfiridersingwVll likely pass into history it is not believed that the Osec utlon has stronger evii deIiceon wtiicti to rely for con vic tti t10f the alleged ni ht rid yet to ba tried than that Iit esizted in the trial offDrAmos rectptionbeDr Aitoss was surrounded by mem rs of his family Attorney John J Kelly pf the i defense banked tba jurors in person or theiir righteous verdict Dr JQavid Amoss was alleged I haiVlIidthe rind uport tii city H pkiosville December 5 07 A mob said to have compose tof hundreds ot men Iron anrlsrinLyoc counties swopped dow upon tfoe city late at night and propertV3lutart OldSoldier Tortured For iaf I suffered unspeakable indlgestlqncoDstfpatiODi ith a war veteran at Eric Pa utDr Kings New Life Pills xrdI slmplygreatTry r thRoernos jaManycjares Jesuit Priest Ostentatious funerals were scored by Rey Father Rosswin y k el Chicago Jesuit who is conr ducting a twoweeks retreat at St Francis de Sales Church io Cincinnati The dead be said v are not honored in this manner but it is t ratifY the vanity ott the living that funerals ace generally made ad occasion of vulgar display In other words lie said if there is a fureraip cple try tJ outdo each otharlO their dorAl tiibutes tthave themselves talked about afterwards He called attention to the well known rule of the Catholic church prohibiting flowers to be brought into the church at funerals The kind of fl oowersIcJare not bunches of American Beauties and garland wreaths tbut prayers that come from humble heart These should cover ttoe casket and ahoqld follow remains tohe grave He theI llenouncpdthe use of expensive Baskets which he said was an app grentdicofjbe MakersDust thou- rL nndtou thou shalt return Continuing he said V There are more lies to the square inch in our Cemeteries 1nap are told to tbetsqusre m lie iin any of our citiersTThe poor tombstone is helpless It must gh way to the t5hiselt l 1sculpterwheh he engravesTjome sentence as this Sacred to the memory of theonlyone I ove ordered by somb hysterical in or woman who three mont Iat hateus to the courthJHe to secure Another marriage 1ilicenue The gretesttombstc 18 is generally erected sacred to tho greatest rascal while the saint must be content with a simI pre crosd of wood toatissqon de day ed and 1hegr4ve forg tle It the fortunes buried six feet in the grown and risings 12fu et rcnabOvecvparochial ft I schooltsystem in the worldand absolute 1y tree i roLEnl101mYAnDTAR tJ osdhsdha2i1ur r Destructive Fire Visitsr CampbellsvUle Ky Match16Pirebrok entiralui11I Maktistreeld toIIand before the tire department could g6t to w rk onthe bKz it had gained such headway that it seemed for a time that the entire to n wbud be destroyed It 1wasafter 10 oclock before the flames were controlled l Amongthe buildings dearoy Hote1l pv nod by Snap Vaughan broth er of Judge Nick vaughn Ofi Doqisville Taylor National bank building 3rightSandefsretau nt Hood Brothers restaurant Gilpin WinkiasonV millinery store tjiepatdf Pur oats resii cpedbvGHGb The Home Telephone Corn pativ and the Campbellville ele an crippleddiwa damaged The Origin ofthe fire is not known LEBANQ LObALS Fromrhe Falcon IaT6mThPmpspu sold to oalel Ballard of HoIYCsagc d Jack fpr100 Be also sul1t several days agoto RicHard Ray extra fine Jack for 1000 a Mr John 0 NPrthcaf t has sold his farm in the Ray wick precinct bettr known as the Phil Cooper faring for 9250 THe name of the mart of whom thefam was sold was not learn ed Proc Lancaster formerly of ihiscitv who escaped from the qity workhouse here severalI months ago having been convictt ed of bootlegging was tried one siine cfiarge in the Federal c tin Louisville Tuesday He was sentened todO iin j HilThpoipsoa and Hughes sold to the Central Kentucky Real Estate Co their farm of 249 acres near St Marys The re Porti d price was 10iQOOk The Central icy Real Estate Co sold fee A Vancleave his fa rm of USacres near St Marys tto Eugene Young1 of Jessamipe county dot 8QO Fire of piiioi origin de stroyed the barn otMr J H EstesWidndsday afternoon anellj a tndres denceiand the residence pf M 0rtthe high wind the lire depart w 1entt to save everal outbqildings The Mss was about 1500 an citj was coyered byinsurance Kizzie the two and a half year ld daughter of Mr and Mrs ames T Odder of the Gravel tSwitch section died at tnei r home Friday The unfortunate Child fell over a pot of boiling water and died in a few hour f lrromthesevereburncf received andplett y child and the sudden death is tlvdeporert The iater4 ment was at Gravel Switch Saiurddy Thetvbereaved family have the sympathy of many friends WHYBEBALD WHen Parisian Sage is Gua ranteed to stop Falling Hair r MoneyBack i6 1 delightfulSpJeasitm kes the haiIof beautiful and lux u ant WJiereverVparislan Sage is favonJol1airdreIf after using one bottle you do not say itis themost delightfujjHalrl dress ng you ever used yoqcan have your moiley laSk The puce ihnly ants a large bottle atHaydonVi etts It is guaranteed to cure and ruff and tailing hair or money backJ The gIrlwith the AtoburnJiair every bottle fACutecab rtSJFhUdI o p Ligtnes J that Pectiti i JlndFlI1Qr1 y Found in thefinest biitscsk s purityfitnesst of the ingredients 01 ik Royal Baking Powckr Th bet thinpcJn f erjire alwairtwlt the yat 1ider I H univeisaliLLiII the most celebrated restaurants in the homes of theptop1ewheerde J1COUsvhQ1esornefojsapp f Royal Baking Powder is sold in every cfvilized the JAd t lItIt k the only BakW Powder m de from JUf l GM M rsaM of Tartar i 4 Rygl C BekSH lcpzFze Stai iAKINflPOWOCR CO WV0IMt r J J Two Famous Kentuckian Mprgan long1 about 1863 Swooped dpw h upon tIm Federal itarrison at Hartsvilie Tenn M rgan hart only abdut 1200 men while the TJhbn forces numbered about 2000 till Mursan usU illy knew what be wasabout l suit Several hun dred FjederV Is were killed and ltbe rest captured As icon as the battle wasjpver he Confederates recrossedC the ICtearnard i as PbateLurton- or tbeTliird Xentuckyta1r1 i e was the ast man to recrbsa the river an I just ahead of him was the last OOnfecletale wagpn looTed with Federal muskets and oterca jJLured articles In this mea ntime thevSpund of Morgans g ins had disturbedI thesldmbes of anolhec Ken tu ktanT iisi one wasxa Union soldier aali by name and lbe was Coloueof toe Tenth Ken eucky Infantry at Castillfrn SpriuKS Slit miles from Harts vilje He immediately started vithj his reg went to the reliefXf he garrison at Hartsvilie Harlan ind his regiment reached thi topeff a bluff bac k from the rier just asLurtpn and the last w gon of the Con federates ti re m the middle of tthe Cumber and Harln had a tHeld piece ind pointed it at the oufedeVate cavalryman antd bunged away i He didnt ht thje Cavalry lap soht trifd a gain Atfdkept trj ing t Neverthe ess Harlansr stellsl hit the riv r in the 1rnwedia t vicinity Of cavalryman and vagon lied ther jdade a might t splash Thje driver cut Hoost his mules uId maxJe record timel tQthe tUtorS It Lurton tarried there is no ifecord oftt The Federal wis ohnMarv shall Harlin and the Goufedef Ie was Horace HsimoiLiIrtc- and both are associate Justlce 4 jf the Supreme Court of the United Status of America This Unit 4 States of ours iis tf great countfy The presence ofJ these two fighting men of tlh Civil War side by side upon the Supreme Cjpnrlt bench is only typical of a sectional strife forf gotten and R counlryfreunited Chicago Inter Ocean vety year ja largo number ofppo aufFerera whose lungs are sore and rack with coughs re u edt4go to another climate But this is costly andnot wayssure Tijerea a better wa3 L Dr Kiqgs New Dis6overf utltyouii L One It cylred me of luhg trpablef- vnitas j w R Nelson fqatomtMj Ar fc u when all tiiap foiled and t i41pounds in weight Its surely the Kifig tall cough cud lung cures TficHw = owe their lives anSI healtlftolt CouflaAPiaqrippef i i r r rent cA flb j 12 th 4pp1v to r SM a ru t1eJ1 DIa 1rf rc finIvj f A siapfthitim us Frelt PAint rJ A vindcation1 iio4aliayat- ificationjjo Faith iia tthe onlyt 4tLatrtL- Idgelfthegraye What jreiff fck not vswhatwEssW1w J eastI Ll et t i ruff Ib I f The goldeirrul wlJ1qrSm jAnj il itusnalljr j ven to reI11ngdzsck rgkeri1 V The treat WhJ1far ally leads tel ttJe depi tit cbastn f J The mostendurjngmoBHwWat are erected in the hartso1ecs- Weare apt to- nent tnl ib j tof tile m Lno 1 reel withusr1 r f I The heart unlockidbya kejf of gold is usualIIoui4yh- enw opened J t Everybody love lovwr be1 caU3e usually affpiTery body an excuse for mUiiHr Splomop is credited withi Kf 4ng been the wle 4t sacs Uat ever lived yet wed pit BMV iin jnj today for ioiiri bMi of the foolishstantatbAt So4Qoi performed Ed Howe Wlutkk wwhai has become oltbeJif4trM o 4f m3n wiu always ohiii hh ifibi the house St is pesbisbi7- looking foa eortizingi th faki whsdvtis1 bO make haIr icrdvrM bcld hfc4p Brya1 tiPomll101Mr STOMMI PWSCWT 4LjAskAt Wi MlfGiMa R II Firl rI Haydon A Wilktt Will Wll J tthey guarant MIONX ft J MV promptly and ear p4rE3ItWT a t tIi seases of the stoeii iuMt JiiItustMsc or money dc v Havayoiiiaees4qact7 jQne or two irPNA teMfc hto and Uie misery iiiwMt 4re yea bloieiy etTMIONk I4oMc1t tsbksWiN p you right in a day fw MJin M jvNowr thgwfthsbMck toc4a s njrsef uwlIIilj a JIr HtQNA It le ajrItp- i K locMr VitoIUIWi to don WflJHt and IMh = eterywlMM We p4 a h I a 17 Faa Sti 4 Iii brlf hi tail bJSjM4t S iI i41- 1I41 4atnch i Kortfa oC StlnOhf I lb WiltllbQrg- pUre J JB WHEAT Sririxtlelc1 Ky f1 f h F trrI- I = w r r1IiiI Y J1to f c i III tdr rnWSAQU- SI t iti SPI1NGFIIIDK- Va t iiI i D rJtJAIpT f jm MEJOSEPII POUN Old Publishers f 4r i rl f c C THUB8DAT MAR 23 1911 q 7 7eae withorized to announce JOHN A POLIN M a candidate for Representative in tJH iow rfcouie of the Kentucky Leg Jlahuefroml Wiwhington county Abject to the action of the Democratic paity r A Mting of persons interes l ti9dJnfood roads is called to eet afcthe Court Efpuse next Mo ijiy Soggesticns as to the biiUt iiBner of maintaining tbeJ VV itoftiit will be offered and dfs CiMd pro and con The meet iQPT will to doubt be tyell attenI vv t id uthe road question is one tv Importance to the people l 1 Utsey Mrs Earl Brackney left Wed t 11 4 whereJi J P fFNra Stevie Thompson is visit f rher mother Mrs Alice f Tho oD- dd f f Mis Mabel Price of Spring Ii tfield visited at the home of Mrs 1 8 0 VanAtsdlde V Mrs Will Thompson enter i tamed at dinner Tuesday She rSbad as her guests esdames f ftLeroy Reoo Robt Thompson 4AllceTnompson1Sweeney Yan key and Steyle Thompson t j Mr John Poljn and sisters r T jEmma and Julia Visited Miand I tf jMfa J ohn McAUser t k f Mis Harvey VanArsdale has i returned from Qarapbellsyille rwhere she visited her sisleV U 1 Mrs H M Koe j v t Miss Annie Kelly span Wed nesday in Lebanon v a i t I Missj Sarah Reed and Mr tc Mrt Robt Jeffries visited Mrs Iten Kelley of Valley Hill Sun tjday afternoon Mr and Mrs Joe Polio spent r t vSunday with Mr and Mrs JO oinIfl Mr and Mrs S C Caldwell Visited friends in Springfield Ttaesday 01 If 11 vMr Clarence Adams and wife 4 I ofGrundy Home visited here v v tr i SundaySt Miss Harvey van rSdatels1 iifftCthis writing illI T Mr redVanArsda1eandMisi J Jean rReed spent Saturday io t ebanon lt Fenwick E4 Mri imd Mrs Walter Adams ofRay wick attended church herej h nI doJvCvU Rev Father Gabe filled his j h j l regQlar appointment bere Sun A dayF t Mrs Rosa McAlister and Mias F tj Settle Anderson were in Mack J ville one day last week i Misses Mary Rote Janes Ver fttjif na and Ethel Rogers and Liza Hagan of Springfield andj 7 Messrs Jonn Kelly Harry Janes Stanley Rogers and ShanThomp 1 rv son visited Misses Rose and AL t l v ir me Kelley at Litsey bunciay afternoon Mr and Mrs Olarence Graves fMr John Po itj Jr and sisters v fIJMsses Emma Rose and Julia Belle dinedwith Mr andI 4Sc f ffcMiss PearJ FenwicK spent Mood night with her brother vr Loyd f Misses Roxie Cissell and Lena Graves entertained a few of their ii friendjs Sunday night In a most charming manner Miss Leona G raves and sisteV little Marie visited their sister j Mrs James Laniam Miss Sadie Fenwiok visited Miss Mary Rose Janes Tuesday Miss SuQ Fenvick visited tel atives here last week Mr and Mrs Lon Barb r and son Thursby also Mi and Mrs Will Barker Mr Geovge ROb rt sgn anddaughte rtorgefUce and Mr John Barker dined witb Mrs J D Barker Sunday Mr Alvah Parkins and family SunldiI Mrs Nannie Fenwick and Mrs Teresa Graves also Miss Pearl Fenwick visited Mr and Mrs Mike Barker Tuesday The angel death ylsitedat the home ofMr and Mrs AlvinPer kins and took ther little d ugh ter Hester March 16th she was about four years old and was a bright mteligent little girl Funeral services were at Mack ville cemetery Friday afternoon The entire community extend sympathy to the bereaved family A GREAT PHYSICIAN What He Said ofGerms that Cause Disease Sf Pasteur sometimesXcalled the Greatest Physician often said I be lieve that some day we shall Vid the world of all diseases that are icaused by gennsJ Of all the diseases caused by germe kndltathsorneibutonlyby destro inff the germs Breathe HYQMEI pronounce 1it Highom e and cure catarrh by kin Ing the germs The HYOMBI method because you breathe the highly antiseptic and germ killing air directly over the entire mem brane infested with catarrh germs HYOMEI will cure catarrh There may be some cqJpUd ted cases where it wilt fail but the chances are ten to one in Its savor and the sufferer from catarrh lakes no risk because HYO MEI is a guaranteed remedy and if it doesnt cure Haydbn Willett will refund the purchase price HYOMEI will also giveinstant relief and cure in bronchitis coughs colds and croup A complete outfit incldlng bard rubber pocket inhaler costs only 100Cli you now own a Hyomel inhaler you can get a bottle of HYOMEt for 50 cente Valley Hill Miss BessieSettle has returned to her home at Maud after spend ing several days with her cousin Miss Pearl Goatly lMr and Mrs S P Derringer and children of 5 prugfieid visltedher parents at this place Fiiday Mr Jeff Gpatlsy left last Thursdav f Kansas where he will make his home Miss Mary Mann spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Mrs Walter DerringerI Mr and MrsW F Moran Mr and Mrs Thomas Red and children ofr near Booker were the guests of W T Beam and mother Sunday Mr W E Brown and faoyly were the guests 6f Mr J E Harmon and family Sunday after noon Mrs Palmer Goatly and Miss Bessie Settle were in springf- ield Saturday aftdrhbon Messrs J K ONeal undJ C Harmon attended the horse sale jrlib Springfield Saturday after noon Mr Hamilton off frederickf town called here last Thursdayr eveningSMrJ B Goatley visited Mr Wallace Seay of near Maud Monday l Those on tl siCk list rd im proving at this writing Rev W H1 Williams o f f j jii j fi c will preach at UK I IRedmonIg New Pirnni IlimbingS lot Water and mpafirig 4 SPECIALTY jj c Give us a trial All work guaranteed Prompt Service I SPRINGFIELD KY SS t9M school house at this place the afternoon of the first Sunday in April Ji News is4 s arce this week bat 1 hop these few itemswill be of interest to our readers Sharpsviil- eMcha1ienarnett and Miss Kate Dar eii were united in marriage Sunday afternoon RetT G Dennis officiated Both the bride and groom are popular young people oJ the Seaville ueighborhood Messrs BM Shewmaker and Hanly Bohon of Ha4odsburd were in our hamlet Tuesday on business Judg Prewitt is no better Qtbcrsymptotns rather than tapeworm are prevailing C B Grahamand J T B wen daccompanied by Bill Brains were inHarrodsburg Friday Mr William Conway of Spring fitW spent Saturday and Sun day with friandsl ere Mr Thomas Brown of Antioch spent Thursday night will Mr or H Brown and family The Aritioch reporter is of the opinion that Bill Brains will ac ccmplish something after a course 01 time Fenwick is hop ing that he will get a seatfnearer the ground atd as poor little Tatham Springs hat been heard from I will take it for granted andretain my position t at the post R C and Will Bryan wire in Bloomfield Saturday and Sunday Mr Edgar Willham on last Wednesday in an attemptto han die a team of mules which became frightened and run away received several slight injuries during the conflict Mss Nora Bowen visited rela tives at Mciores ville last week v Well Tangle Foot it seems that you are very much enticed as to the description of Billies coat I auppoie you desire making a purchase If so come around and l1et Graham Co bt you up It wift add to your curiosity Mrj and Mrs eorgd Robin son moved to Mooresvillq last week to nfake their homes Miss Ada Qorn has returned home from Bowling Green where she has been attending school and will spend several weeks with her mother until she re covers from having a severe case of measles Iwas toldone time that it was healthy to walk after your meals iI have been walking after mine ever since and now I am eighty blocks behind dinner Mr James Long has accepted a position as clerk with Graham Cd and will assume his duties Monday Another young man is wanted atonc to handle dynamite ina match factory A spl nuid chance to rAise J H Robinson reporjts d thee outlook favorable in thejocky 1911 SE SON 1911 LYiA handsome black Stalifon 16 hands higha higtffatyled fine shaped fellow with plenty benctlon and as good bone and soot a you would want Has proven himself to be a fine breede- rlerfCtly gentle to handle in every es pect He J3 sure to make a great stock hbrseJIo He will make the season of 1911 at my stableS at the Strnewal Stock FarnMJ 12 mileayNorth bf Spring field on the Springfield and Bloomfield atpike ln 10 To Insure A Livingg Bolt EARLY 3s by Joel 447 he4Monte EarlydfirstdamLady BroJ by Dolans Granger thitd damBettjeby Sam Porker Early is the best road horse in the county At same fime and place flackOiantrpegistere315 hands high with white points heavy body bone and foot and stylethani very surd foal getter and a great sirq of high class mules Will make the seasonal 10 To Insure a Living Colt Led retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted With or bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Your Pptrono5eSoIlcicd cd ABlfUNDLEY circle arid he predicts much suc cesst1eeasoni Hoping that my letter will ap- pearn the Leader this week and extending my goad wishes o theFenwick corr pondent in behalf bf your splendid letters tr main13111 Brains t yvi NoClew ItrgrYes I haye tho general lli catlodofmy friends lbulh11ng and tho namejof the street but t cant find tile place CMzen Havent you atoytblng snare deflate s Stronger Ndthlna except thbrrchi tecfis point or how the finished wild Ing would look At HIa Worst Tile Doctor4Isnt bowling rather an expensive pastime The Professor Ithlnk soJI have read of an English statesman If my njcmOry serves me rightly iwho was spoken of as BowIngbrokei Keeping Them Busy 11ddIeo It is said that the auto f11vellhoodforGleenGee Are there as pianjr doctor and helpers in the hospitals as all Wthat T Whitt He Slipped Qn ind you say you had a5 bad fall Pat jlpdade Ldld sir What did you slip on fshuro I think It was on a Monday s1r r Discrimination Whaj do you charge for your roims fFive dollars up but Im b student orInorI IPIc Men rr1gnnfUt8 too bad Kelley dIedsuch a tome felleyl 0ld Man4tieWefl yis butS thWiJI no6bdy died thored bEt ndj foln 1RelieyB Punch Her Egotism jThe Bride George bolioves JT am tiife sweetest thIng that ever hap pined t tI The Friend Indeed Tho Bride Yea aTjd 1 agree with Jerr George In everything 7S 6 O a- Ir3JI LARCERTHANDontfaiI EVERi I i Dress coocis ISljks Wash Goods Embroideriesi and I v Laces before you buy Iit iis the mostr t3 3attractive and varied tpckw t4i 1 fi I Have ever shO XTint i i 1r t i A ir I ISJ J 1IQu I Carpets Diattllgs Rugs WaIL aper and TiaeCilinsQ ll ic f I Carpefe 35C to 70c IIngraIn Carpets 90cto lfO Velvet Carpets 85q to LOO I Mattings12 lcto 35c I 9xJ12 Rugs 25M0S9kl2 Velvet Tapestry 1Q00 OIYou will have different styles from whicho SelectI i1 = 1 I I 11OO Pair LaceAtains 5Qc to v I0aoa Wall Paper4cb 2 clI rT J ILLV f t I Remember we have the exclusive eJle of Hart Schaffiier MaSand the Wellwdrth Brand of Suits for and the PerJfection and Frat Suits Men and J for young Boys f 1 IConiugham Duncan WhaonT- s I r 1 orIKNOB CREEK STOCK FARM t Mease Readand Think it Over 1 e REt Lidar NO 222 r inVo1VLASBA 1Stredby Lightfoot Brammell 1324 he by Be uBrmine 800 Dam Daisy Glen 7621 AS HT B 1by C C Canns Glen Brook DEScniiriON Red Sbrrell stripe in face two short stockings T5 3fhands Weight ll00vcrysmQOthe head and neck like 5 geld ings Not ablemisn ndr a w ak spot afaput him Seven years old Has been shown in harness rings roadster rings five gaited saddle rings com ihW ring doublel iteam rings and was shown when a threeyear old for bet sjallion and three of hfs col is gbtf of that year and he only three cots apdh von that In 1910 he made his first tow at Hardin county fair pad lost He won first every show heImade the remainder of the show season including the Pembroke Horse Show Ky State Pair and Tenn StateFair He made his llast show at the Haste Show at OlarksvilleTenn and won first fn the f 200 harness at ke for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen jhorses in the ring He is breeding very strong after himself Abotrt threpfourthe 4f his colts are sorrels and goodgaited IJiava a twd- yearold sorrel stud by him that I think Withouta doubt is Hhebest 4krespect m Kentucky much better than his sire at the same age IIbrII right Hi proven winning Ijorse ip comp ny ehave inKentucky and Tennessee He will make the seasonf 1911 tat Knob Creec Stock ParnrLaRuecounty at 11 25 Toi sure aLiving Colt Maresept on pasture at 2 per month If fed grain wlll be charged forcpst value I attend Wthls business myself so proper 1 care will be Vken but I will not b r responsible should any dBmage ioccur VV SrJ THOMPSONt HodKenvilleU F To 3 Athertonvile Ky I f When Paleness Was lety IntbS days of the pit ltans the stocks were not unknown asa penalty for looking too healthy RulJiess of s a crime wile Ii gaunt I IU1WtAfjsign remarks scarcely a round faced nan p to JHcavenirnoineil but a little lo din hircWfci nhcwOii1 ws bcVunt ed tjcmcs and r gfc r vjV n ofisangLTfoComp1xvery honest man lon If be chanced to como n1ih antffl nclIvic 1ouee mifjht be setyi tic stcks nly for looking frpsh onNa frosty mornfnp Few of tHy 4anuarV faces to bescn In a London street r cpver tnuia run any risk of drawiPD6 IAIaskJlmillion dollars in gold ilnce l86St So far only placed gold haa been mined exqept at TfsadwtlU but new quarts mining has assumtd first Importance and quartz mills are going into Alas ki Illgroat numbers For inoretbJn- i1 decade the trail to the Interior wg lined with woflry men carrying their prbks and stumbling along ov r rocky ledges now found to contain more sold than the distant placers As the great quarts mlaeg In the Sierra Ne vadas succepderj the placer camps of Valrare suoceedingthe famous placert 1 tijntiOr Therd Is no health1e- rbtWYrf q 0 promising roapect for Ii youig m Lnctgy than the njiattz ledsqr Aits IAxmiiiisteri 195O to f jf Rugs 125Q to 9a 1 2 Rug to I forty 400 Rolls I II i Noble Den rktr l s Sired by the Great Highland J5emifark dst damby1h Kentucky 1 anjd and Missouri Champion Saddl HorsV Thorpt n Star 2d dam by t Art libse he Artist and put nfa Montjl jaefflaret il Noble Denmark Is a greattired saddlehorse havinB the blood of rJ the best saddle sires Hei If c1iesfnut 15 haids 3 inches high horse of good action botj1st rack and tr9t and stri tl sbillidoJast year with littlelocal trainingihe ptoyed himself a successful show horse ingood company As breeder hIs first seesoq of colts won first and second ties at our last fair Hound his colts won the herd S ring and he wpn for finest stallion mare 4r gelding also other prem iums jin hi7cps Mt Shropshire who trained Edna Mae Red McDolu a1dandotherpobxl show horses has had Noble Denmark in trainipg the past winteraqitsays heisthe best gaited Highland Denmark he ever saw aho there was pot a finer horse within 100 mlfesof Lexinffton Josh BrBowles say he isi the beat type for a Ithree gaitel JlioIJ be knows qf 1att Cohen said he reSembJid and was gaited very much life the championaddle horse Star McDonald IIr ask owners of goodniares tditudy his breedihggaits his in dividnalityj and soundness qp4 coinpard him to any other horse before breeding elsewhere Your motto should be always breed to the best and ydu know who keeps thebefor I have ownedthe only Sta1llen J in Waanihgtoil county that have sired a premium jColtsf or the lastfen I conSsuoenorin this or adjoining countTes Noble Denmark will stand i At 1120 To Insiirea Living oltS 1I 1IMote1Wo1 i t I i I will also stand the well known breedey Mpnte Wood also known as the horse W S Gibb had ui the stud for several DashwoodMontefirst darn by Edwin Fortesfc He iis a dark bay 15 hands 3 in high horse with plenty of bone andsubsthpce and now has a nomjbercsfl good mares and geldings in Washinljfoncounty Season feeNJQ I will stand nay two mle JaCk Jit lQ to insure a Kvjflf edt rarestbred ta this stock traded oufr bred to other seek seuo money is foe Mares pastured at 8200 per inonti B B EACH IAN SpringfiWi Kyt Mt WL I1mtnI OlfTubeItJnIId U odor Cots no pjor rair-avei boOmth04ey as witas rt Tear IIIha It 9rlglaa1 1r t tr8DIiw j chascswIoflcLdsmr4yngh a f t i w Tri r f I zziTGTO 5Qvi fl loos If Leaf Tobacco Sales Daily Good Li1it and Lrgest ar1s loprf- t 1 JII ShedandSta11sFREIb I IIJrc t Plenty of jA BRA4jG rtYOUR TOBACCO TO iis J AND W8 WILL BTiYIOU t t THE tII9llESTPR1GI3 S 1lJ jury fOR PHONE NO 155 t Robert T BhannrnMANAGER AND AUCrIOP-Jr t 45 St t i tnV JA c1 I Ii = I wIyrDR GiaT BUIT1Th KKSIDENY DENTIST Y + TEETH EXTRACTED 011 r tt ITHdUT PAIN iEIE7 o Gfnovkagaa Block up slalnr B BINGFIEJLD EY AUi Dentall Work Strictly v r irst class t f DR J 11 kID IJ- L i i PbySicin Mi Surgeon 1 1 p 0ffiee hours 8 to 9 am t I 1 to 2 tpm Of2rTbS7P i 1 1i tampion M Dr 4 L q Utc 11ntIIxicfi Ji torIt 1r ofId ortlc P o No s tz 1 Residence No3B J 7 it0 r1 t1 W f GRIGSBY ir+ i Tf CfRNEY AT LAW bV5 Oi1e vcPeop1esB1ik VT SPRINGFIELD KY TiIt It i 7 Ht Jt rMW HYATT v k Office over Eed Cross D ru J I Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 J LX1to 12 m 4 to 5 pm vv J HNYMAYE- SlpRliiyiHpR J M iHDyilpDEMBIllJliEil 4p ij TELEPHONE rJDAY1gN1QHr TA iitt SPRDIGFJELD KI i0 f rDR Wj F TRUSTYI Y f J PRACTICAL 1ENTIST-Office over feiydon Barber i r rental work treasonable prices i kllworkguaranteedl SPRINGFIELD nj oft t 1 I 1t TTv a iiiiilraid Schedule f t following Js the time schedule noiI1 effect on the Bardstown f andfSpringfield branch railroad i Mo 41 Leaved Louisville ut 430 ip m Bardstown Junction 522p m t Bardstown 66 pm arrives Springfield 05p p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 6Qam Bardstown 645 a m Bard town Junction 730 a m artY if liVLouisville 8i20 am- f No43Leaves Louisville 01 7Q a tn Bardstown Jnction 855 a mj Bardstown 1005 a mJ S arrives at Springfield 1 140 p m rNo4 Leaves Springfield atl ibOvpm i BardstQwn22Ppm Bardstown Juhctioii 41C p mi II arrives at JLouisvllle 545 tU t =L t fiiiitLaand Shade frees 4 it j trawberrY Plants iJ j Aipratq flIackberiel Rasp beiriPFvVRbses Rluu bid eio k WpiWforree catalogperr We Ac 1hIveIioazeS H J HilIepmeyer Son Lexirgton Ky rounl101mf TAR 51 Preveats pswaiol TOWN irj The Freshest and Latest gAIII Abut Yourself Friends i ind Acquaintances 22 Poii TSLEBa1e Timothy fhay ftllardl Thonapson 1 FOR S4LE4Pet1 3yejir oldl mules VJr H Leacbman FORE SALE =Two good Jersev mjlk ss P Derringer J 50cJt MrsG IjVash Tucker Barred Plymouth RockVeggs for sale itMSPperring r FORSALEr2staclsp gOod oats and 600 bales of ht Turner Derringer i FOR SALE A few tide 4 Durbc Jersey Boars and GiltspV T D Tapp 1 FdR ALE2 cows andcaiyes and 3s6wa arid pigs J A Coulter ri3i WA rrEnA reliable tobacco tenant Must be recommended S C McGili fOR SALE Ono registered Doc Jersey Boar IGGrundyt jOR SALE Black Minorca Eggs SOcfor 15 Cockeels75 cents HMrs J W Willett FOR RENTS rooms on first floor garden and orchard 57 a month jAbove graded school j MrsSalhe Epperson FOR SAquaeIe- asoi pianc Jot selling is llack of roonhfor it r Apply at this office Bhpda Island Red eggs for salel1aiid 2 per setting frdfai penYrd5qe Mrs L Martin Pure Pekin Duck epgs for sale at 50c per setting- CARLNEIKIRK rf FOR SALE 400 bushels machine c1 nadgoodheaVYJ plump early black seed dats p S Barber To pass official inspection your sheep must be dipped in nap proved dip Use Minors Fluid Haydon Robertson Mrs C L Brady has eggs for saie from priza winning and good laying stock of Barred Plymouth Rock 15 ror 100 FOR SALES O Brown Leghorn eggs and S 0 Buff Orph ingtQlllfCf 15 Mrs Br L Iitsey Wemanufacture incubator that can not be overheated Send for full particulars Tfalane Incubator Brooder CI Leo anon Ky When you order White Rose and Ben Johnson flour you favor yourself and vour neighbor T JfMiHer proprietor of Willis burg Roller Mills it what Mr VT Cbijtor ISee Kv Sheep Breeders Association savs about Minors Fluid as a Sip in free booklet at our store flaydon Robertson Mrs c N Villett rqute 2 hai for sale pure Columbia Wyan dotts eggs 10ftfor 15 Maalson SauareGardep Winners also C Brown Leghorn eggsj 1 00 Ifor 15 Mrs Forbes strain iries FoifW1ndianle Motocycles- Y t ItIt I ignitio 2q t 1tL i 1 6092 7k p twin cylinder magneto ignition ecginej regular equipuoent 9n m cth j iTwo Speed Gear 5000 4 pk IjFre4 h Single andJ h p twin chain drive only 1 I g aranteetl for the year in which thy are sold against and tnatenal1l For further information and catalog addresa 4 N G MARKS Springfield KyIt 11 jLocal S a TOP1GS FOR SALE Firsk class bailed timothy hayV extra god t C tfddil nspectorapproved dip ttiat will cure andt prevent scab and Icul tcks and Jice At EaydonRoberts ris tf rltr Disc harrowsafc cost Now is oats sowing time wheat drUb dtr cot4Wire fence Cheaper that anyI for qjjality Buggies at your own price AOKimbal1 t LQST OR STRAYED A fine Golden Brown ScotcbCoUict has now been in town severall months Owner may havasatneby prov jug property arid paying jfbr this advertisement IncUire at tbis1 office t Mrs Emma Leachmariv wife of Harry M L achmandied at Stt Josephs Infirmaiy in Louis ville last Friday following an operation Her husband Is a son of the late Dr WT Leach man and is well known here Henry Spalding nold and respected calMed m nwas on his way here from the cokiredo soldiers home last Tuesday Jlnd- QnUie way became so ill that he t had to be carried when changing pthinsc Stingfieldlivo bufdied at the depot jjust after hOvas takeut from the traintt J lievlYCinOn last Sunday Tdere were a number of diffiiulties during whichrnre was some promis cnoiis shooting on the street ando Je lan was seriously cu a A number of warrants have been Issued for the arrest of the ofTen ders and there will probably be a iu number of trials in which the guilty ones will have chance to pay foptheirfun Every cit enof Washington county who feels an iuter tiuIthe pubiroadsof the county laaearnestly requested tq meet at the Court House m Springfield Ky on Monday March 27th at 2 oclgcft pm for the purpose of discussing the road problem a and to tikes Jor united a4ttion in rebuildingand maintaining giur public roadsbT S MavesdJ r County Attorney The new Springfield tatet Bank building is nearing coin pletiou The first floor is noy completed and iis occupied by he bank The building isiOn of the finest bank buildings iHJie State the woodwork P1nflma hogany finish The ottrcs aref the very latest iry style and fiorkmshipbeen conducted for a few months i In Mrs Kate Wiliiams millinery store In their new quarters they are prepared todoao upio date banking business HorseDay NTt lOnday county court day will also be Stallion day 0 and there will be quite a number of fine Stallions im the streets that day Expensive Dog Killing While returning from Louis ville last Thursday riding his motocycle Mr OthotHalcholt ran over a dogwlicnTrniat hiar f aaachineJInew BotlaadflheadogTwas killed and Mr Hatchett was thrown from his machine and sustained several severe cuts and bruises about the face Train Hits Buggy Just as the 7 oclock iruin was arriving last Saturday Ray Gqodin and a colored man from Lebanon attempted to drive acro s the track att uDjepot They were rIvint fast but not fastenbgh however to avert aii wreck as tliu enaine truck the buggy and hurled iit together with its 0e6u pants again it a sign post breakipg it down The ItOyS were thrown from it and sustairied4several severe bruises Notice 1 have associated with me Mr U J Redman Louisville Ky an experienced and practical steam litter andplnmber and will do tinning repairing1 guttering etc Call and see us and get prices befofe j on let 3 our con tract Locatehon Depot street fiear Rr P Crossing Sprin fipld- JKy 0 P F AfOHETT 1c 44 + M i M41lLINER yj i I 4Jid t J OPENINGwJ mt JP J L5 MnrdftvAllUUI ii- t rf MARCH si APRIL 1st i t Wathen e Shader IRequests the privilege of showing you their line bf beautiful hats se Jlected for the Spring and Summer Seasons Special Discounts td the trade BURGLARS t Loot Postoffjce Safe and Sej cure Iali1HBurglars tearly Wedhesday morning fofd d the ftimt door ftbu Post Office and after en tering proceeded to blow open the safe tfhih was soon accom ushed bv ttfeuse of nitro gly erine The safe was a large oVe with double doors ad dou ble lock and suppose to be- urglar prcofc It ok two explosions to enter the sae Ac cording 1o several parties hdre suspicious characters weresaen around townf Tuesday At 2 of clock Wed iday morning an explosion waa heard ty several ersorts which was follpwed by secondin a out flie6p minutes Both1 the outer and inner doors of the safe yvereblown off and picsiEostmaste A Waters says that abut 100 iih money and 400 in stamps The rf gistered mail was ncjt dist rb c at all1 Alter accomtolishlng their pur ose tho menjiw lked out p town nd have nominee been ieard of A Good Firjemani MfR S4Mulawho lives oout three iajiles from town did ne of tnevjnost remarkable things weheeen OT hOard of for some time in extinguishing a lazi ontheroof of his house uring one of the windy days lastweek Thetireis supposed tohave originated from burning soot and wjhen discov red the roof was ablazfe in several places and the fire bad burned through the weather boarding on the side about 20 feet from the grpnnd Mr Muddsptaced a ladder on the rontyeranda and began to carry water to thelburning roof Be nally snccefejfled in extinguish ing the bljSze and saved his dwo1liugrr ti oticeI All prsohsindebted to thu estate of Joseph E Harmon Bank rupt will uaU and settle with me Joseph Polin at once otherwise the accounts will have toe sold a publ auction to the high est bidder aj the Udurft House door in Springfield Ky W F Gr5gsiyi Trustee Notice v JnhOAll per claims gainst the estate pJe ate John BurnscleceasedvillWre ent same ltp me properly proven I on or before May 15 911 John 0 Polin ExecutorI Ester Sale ipJThe ladieof th resbyterian- churcta nnnbimce heir annual l g j jt5atnrdnyj body invi ftlT i jL i tItIDIiv 1I51cP1AcHIflOUlU nd aTipArlor Lot Sale Messrs 3 as Wakefiald and Morrie Weafefield and wife of thisIweare members pf the Wakefield Really Co They recently pur chasedof Mr WX McCleJIari Sch091lheyfland today to pr pae iifor town lots which will be sold in about three or four weeks Wakefield Bros are experienced lot men and when they have done work ing on this land it will present a fine appearance A new slreet will be run through it to be known as High School Court PERSONAL Hon Johnw Lewis is attend inga tneetiiog of the State Board of EcLuanzation at Frankfort KyItHmiWF Grigsljy and wife have returned fromMadisonvle- it wiiere Mr Grigsby was a delegate to the raeetiqg of the Woodmen of thy World Mrs Felix Hamilton and Mrs Ella 11111of Leban6n were the guests of Mrs Walter Leachman last Thursday i Mrs S B Thompson Jf jis jpendfng this weak with hep Mrs Earl Brackneyvleft yfes terdayfor CAmpbeil yilie to join ber husband who bask a position at that place iMrs Lynn Bush iis visiting relatives iiti Indiana v Mr Ike Miller passed through there Tuesday lfftf 1wereri 1 nIMr JasB Hayes of Mt wB tMisst from Louisville Saturday where she has been for three weeks in the wholesale millinery bouses Mr Rod Wharton of Loiiis r yUle was called here by the ill nessofhisfaihsr5p 1 iMiss Nannie Simms has returned from Louisville t IMr Joe Conner spent several days last week in Mrs Shuiuy LouiivilleII week Shaunty are iu 1In Memory Mrs Ethel Seay Nee Qowtley died at her homenear Maud on TUeSday March 14 1911 at five oclock Seyeral months ago she was tken with tht dreadful di sease consumption Her deg1iie was ver rapid her death having been expected for some time The deckswas born January lU18 3 ba2 years old 1 mohtb and 14day4thetime herdeath Several years ago she wsmarriedto Mr Wjal t lace Seay and to this union were o oo XOO 8 Righti Pricing Makes Qursa 8 MQ DisplayI1 g 2 Otar showing of street and walking shtpale f ail racUvne and becoming We will have a special 0 sbJ w jing of tailored and trimmed Hats on FRIDAY 0 Va41SATURDAY March 31st and April is 0 8 z 1 B ery Body cordially invited r 8 g MRS WILLIAMS 8 Qcro O ooooooO o = lS rrii i r I NEW SI 1iJiJ- LI a LI11 SPBIN- I STY ES I t JIl fj Jjt I 4 T i s I i j Nqw being S I oWn at this store ILadiesSjtsIi J + I paysOnegoo l i New Wall Per Ca4tsRugI lino1euinsMttings and Window She ides Special low prices Qn L4e Curtains r k- New I Ginghams aces and Embroideries it 1 i Bi1ot of Tobacco pantas at lowest pricew I THE RQBERTSONGUYBROOKE 00- L INQORPdRATElD IStIL iiIii Irborn three child rent e1 irl and twobpY Who with her father fotfr btotherp and a host of relatives and friends mourn Ler diatb Mrs Seay had been a consistent member of the Sprmg field Christian church and had lived a consistent Christian life The funeralservices erf Con OampGround laid to rest in Camp Ground cetnetervi All that loyiog hands coud door her was dene every wishhe Expressed was gratified by hr heart broken relatives anctJthis should be of sweet con lyiUDA prc1otifrieidorn jis has gone a1 votcet we loved is stilh A pram s vkcaht jn our home never can be filled VhichI Dearest ffen thbuhas Owe deeply feel IeftusandthY1 is God who has all our sorrow heaL Death has robbed us of oUr friend whom 1Itwe help but hed a tear 1 lortheShe beneath the god is sleeping and her iritwithjtnge1s4well4 She has gone to join her Saiyor in tha happy land fair To pray toryp dear husband aridjAilf f siren and iiswaiting foryou there Ariend R 0 =In Memory thedeath angel visited the home of Mrf and Mrs AlaPerkinslast Thursday evening March 15 claimed for its victim tLeir Beloved liLte daughter Hester Mae She was S years 10 months and a few days oli SheN had been butashorttirce The fundral Services ware con ducted Friday by Rev Williams and her remains were laid to rest in Mackyille cemetery all that lloviflg hands could do for ber was done by her heart broken parentsand should be of sweet consolation td them in this jane ly time Of grief4 Afriend Aged Woman Pies Fairfield Kyf March 7MrsJ otIthe ae of seventytwo years SheVas the widow of Henrjr S Grigsby and Jjisurviyeclby two M JSli W W GrIgsby and A 0 Grlg bybothof J ireld W KGrigsby real estite main of L ulSiUes art phew 1 iFor Site ldtnitre tie yr oldSn an4- 100iptc1th9i I SALE40 iiaj of- iiiQGQrcard craSs ediiPper ihel oal1 ithnCe i PI 1 ii Tfjo Iike 1 I 11 III II- gaze n the appetizing cakes pie buM L1h41I and5 confectionery They look rood and are poet 1 They Will Make You t I flungyI 0 l iand iif you take some kome time fJW hliyou Everything from Lowaeys CbocakktM fo wuiioci Ii perfectly delicious p IfIfweD Giveus a call f al IZGERALDHERTLEThe I J f Piyott Beam Combined CdWvatOf The best on the xnarirat A C KIMBALL I BotahyBay Sir Jose h Banks was theTiai woe Invepted t fe once lainlllar pbraae Botany Biy HBwaath botanlct attached tc the expedition pf CapUlK Cook the Australian Columbus Landing at this bay close to the pre ent city of Sydney he found such aq abundance of strange plants and floW erp that 48pclated the word bptany 1th lTor auUme for long time flotanr Bay d Aoslralla w rQS11o ymou41ng1azuLsy4ne taa spread out 16 the historic bay and yoir cm travel by tram car to Botany H was Sir Joseph Banks who Jnade Vthe kangaroo and other Australian5 aniinala known to science i Positively Ruda1 Because Wanted everybody t9- to iw a wif us shdluiwtitsl- iebdaIl feet the womaii wno bad oaeJCd to lend r bbersltO strfend aided hpopgetlcaly aBqt they are ao big I dfant Btlppqae you can keep them ontt9b I esslea KId the t1end se Jllhavebtt teet too SItic ten the wonian wUh mal feet 1id eiuBod fo soC er ftlc di even wa6iio brought the rubbei 1i4e =j Th Oily eoltCil of tb ClV of SpringtoW Ky do ord ln t jrSectkxa 1 That a Uxof ii cnts jch9a dred Do lars of pf6f rtf and fiuucb iu i he bity cl B rinitold Kt asstssei 1tXttMEn for t7 year 1111 bblId ib Mm hereby lJeyt s4d dab s be icr ihfoltojlatf parpuj tcrwit Twcaty CeNts for tireeto i 1mprovseoTweutytwoasas Jot wst Tweaytbrs oftforI T 1cet artIienU ta b rthere kcrtbT 11poe n male i btitMfc of itw e1i SpriaiMir Ky i W MM I of21ywr oedckr aad- p4le x1or the ysr II1CirGeaerldhJWaet AiprqYad1d 3 jSc MEiror Mayor Attest B f CleEk r v r 7 c irx w r w rv r Tw Whentlle HareW nil M DWHIR IttUer I uk going to try towrtA flnii tKFjJitfi MPL Harrison bri thed a pa rrwii7a1k ai4 jmaweredT Yes Heart Vo 1W kyourfaui find a market Yr t8riN l VTlta t11 kanifome Impetuous feuffcter JiM always been a problem tee MP for her to solve Why any ea wes family was in comfprtabl- oelrctta tce8 should persist In efforts r to be MKsuppoftlac was utterly bf yqad her coaaprenensloa But also atic It wu Ruth who was attempUng t clctNr It must be rjght L Ys motkrM continued the girl I really think Jean write quite AS terettla tales as the general run of tho Irlpi wIth the papers and thai fccle are filled at least I mean to try Later wiles Ruth Informed her father of the new field of labor she in ten Ad to enter he simply laughed and i wtokei her every succ sIn her under J takJMr At oflce she set to work and keOrst eort In the literary field was i HIlt oUt to all the available markets st And the regular return of the manu ecrrjt at her own expense with nnfail d Ing rguIar1ty1did not discourage her I Wiiea over six month of unrewara 4 effort had passed Mrs Harrison you thjnk you r WIth your1 home daughterJyou do with the everyone who I candles always I am sufe you of orders for them Rutfcf smiled at her mothers suggest t6n as to her change of occupation but answered INomothfr I mean to keep on try 4 AIng I have just finished a dear little love story which I am sure will be the very thing for UptoDate Romance and I shall start it at once I have sever sent the editors anything At last her patience and persever inca were rewarded Alter a short time Instead of the usual bulky en i velope came one of the ordinary bust ness size with UptoDate Romance printed on Its corner and enclosing aI i4- She Was Wandering About the J Gardenf iicheck for her story The letter cod i Utined also the encouraging inform 4t tloH that if she could send them Yi thing equally good they would be f seito see j After th1 IttIty with which j V life UptoDate accepted and printed from her ltpen seomed remarkable Ruth thor f pnghljr enjoyed this new work and de protr auction of some very stories r For nearly a year this state oaf ifr v fairs continued Then upon entering 4 her daughters room one afternoon Mrs Harrison found Ruth dissolved in Pi teara r matterTii fothor I shall never write anotherii ir word answered a doleful voice ItVv has beea a farce all through Frederic I V1 Mortimer owns a large Interest in UPI mac101rbo thought It would please rueI shall f never forgive him Why child how did you find that 4 out And if It is so surely It was kind hapip 4 himICut Ruth was not to be comforted J If would much rather have won on my own merits she said miserably l know it is true for I heard John Carlton ask him only an hour ago how Sho liked the magazine business and if I UptoDateit was the best paying Investment he tbadever made They did not see me for I was down at tie dark end of the news store by the magazine counter Wheq they left I started for Home but iyederic overtook me part way out Then I taxed him with his duplicity and he had to acknowledge that It iws tnJeTMrs Harrison gazed at her daughter In perplexity What could one say to ik such an unreasonable young person 1 4 as this The desire of her heart had long been that Ruthwould wed Ufo I r son of he dearest friend Jane Mont- fit sir and settle down to a life i j ib fl r peace and happinessl And now because Frederic had tried his best to do what would give her pleasure every thing apparently was at sixes and sevens v Finally she sold Well since Fred eric says ute magazine is the best paying investment he has ever had ho cannot be losing money even if he Is printing your stories People must like them or they would not read them Frederic himself had presented this view of the subject to Ruth but she was too angry to hear reason from any one and now with the reckless abandon of youth she promptly put all her remaining manuscripts in the fire Fprfour1earsFfederlcMortlmerhad sons promise td become his wife but lien reply was over the samethat she eibattl of life not become merely an onlooker 1tThe incident of the stories was only half as bad as Ruth considered It for prlntlngtheyIn UptoDate Romance even with Frederics influence It took time and patience for him to make his peace with the offended young woman but before many weeks they were apparently on their usual termsaUn lovers devotion on Fred erics part friendship on Ruths Not long after Ruth sad fall from the pinnacle of fame a cousin of Fred eric Mortl ers arrived to spend the summer with him This was the cousins first trip east for he had been born and reared on a big ranch in Cal ifornia He was a fair type jot the breezy west tall straight hapdsome full of life and vigor and with a happy disposition From their first meeting there seemed a mutual attraction between Ruth Harrison and Guy Atkinson When his dark eyes looked into her own Ruth experienced a feeling utter ly new and strange to her The oven beating of her heart changed to a fitful fluttering and Instead of return PitherbenqaththeIr i Guy Atkinson had heard of his cousins love for Ruth for Frederic could not keep some mention of her out of his letters and the cousins had rreparedsweetheart with no thought of danger to himself There were many picnics and other social gatherings during that summer and Ruth often met the Californian Mrs Harrison was delighted with the way In which her daughter had changed She said to her husband The child really seems tg be grow ing fond ot household duties and I never hear a word about any new effort at earning money I believe Frederlcs faithfulness Is beginning to touch her heart The friendship between Ruth and the western cousin continued through the summer Then a rather rude awakening came to them both Toward the end of the season a party of young people planned for a soil down the river the party to have a picnic supper on a sinafi lIsland which was a favorite resort for such affairs and take the homeward sail carIrsome of the number wanted to make fire to toil the kettle for a pot tea They all set to work collecting and soon had a merry blaze sUcksI Ruth and Guy were left to fire while the other were busy knoll1Afterimpatience of youth bent over the fire to see if the kettle was heatfng as rapidly as It should Suddenly the hem of her dress touched an outlying brand and at once blazed up Guy was a few feet away and saw the accident wraplpedthe flame was mothered Ho hiU fal ramrJgil white face Darling yoU are safe he saldJ simplythen he realized the term he had used and a slow flush spread over scartIfI At A Poor Weafi Woman i patientlyytomii oughttrf EYrIRsI ought tb know that she may obtain jt alw a Mt piriiaced medical advice free of chast topi tile Weds DispINSrI Medical Association R V 1 JiSS M D F15Iidflt UIfaIONiY Dr Pierce 1 MMI Uef consulting fsfaysician oi the Invalids ii md Sriicl Iastitke9 Bufalo N Y for sy 7we sd laM heda wl jjiiicticnl experience 4 r r I M s I == oC woesstdseases than any other physician ntryItIt qlltlll1J iMrewtfM fcaoua fpr their astonishing efficacy it r j IJdet2L J It MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG J j ULLisetwa d aptoAlte Edifioa of which clothboun jbesnailedfree on j ofJ eost aaUiitt It Addressu above i9 k L s L5 PUBL1C j J l OF WORK OKVTUNPIKES The Fiscal Court of Washington County Kentucky will on APRIL 4th 1911 At the Court House in Springfield Ky recejive sealed bids for yjprking and keeping in repair all the Turnpike Roads in Washington County for the year 1911 j Bids must be made by the Section as hereinafter s t pat arid all metal must be put upOn such places and in such quantities atmay Jbe dejs1goajed by jbhe Road SuperVisororOvirseerand all bids f6r Stone or Gravel must be made by th Perct und all stone used must be brqkenso as to pas- tthrough ja two incb metal ring and all stone must be rueasured after it is broken and before it is pu- on the foact The price per perch must include cost of gravel and cpsfc of stone and breaking and 1911MIsecur otherwise the contract be void Bidders may Uon as many sections as they may desire but no bid will be accepted ffor a part of section slnd the court reseves ne tight to reject any bid made but aU contracts awarded nQrwiJlThe following is a description if the sections on which bids wifl be asked ChaplinRiver r dirtoadSec 341 miles FromMt Zion and Mooresyiile Pike Sec 4G miles From Bridge near Maud to Lincoln Run Pike Sec 52 710 miles From Bloom field Pike to Valley Hill Pike See 63 miles From Chaplin Pike to Brush Grove See 721 miles From Brush Grove to Black Johnspn Store See8l miles From Polin toSIG Hardestys line Sec 92i miles From Chaplin to Bums School House BurnsSchoolSee i1Z miles From Long Lick Bridge to Junction near loii House WiUisburgtQGlens Sec 13 4 miles From While Oak o Dunkinsville RoadISec 141 mile From Morgan Bros Store to Sulphur Creek Sec 1521 miles From toe Dunns to Chaplin River 5ChaplinRiver j Sec 17134 miles From Gordons Ford to Prathers Scales Sec 7182 miles prom Gordons Ford to Sniders Scales Sec 1924 miles From Cross Roads to GlersCeek See 203 miles From Reddicks Lane to T J Millers Gate MiIIcrs1GateMogistenialDistrict Sec 233 miles From Sniders Scales1 to Morgans Store Sec 243 miles From Sniders Scales to Beaver Creek N tWHe rose to ms roet tiia xncrrfntniitb came rushing up Guy donned his slightly scorched coat and Ruths repdrsThein a dream and both she and Guy Atkinson were unusually quiet and subdued for the remainder of the evening The pert morning Ruth received an early call from the She was about the beautiful rose garden which was the pride of her fathers heart when Guy found herWith western frankness he went at once to the point Miss Harrison I wish to apologize for speaking as I did to you have known all along that you were to become Frederics wife and I did not know until I saw your danger how loved you Forgive meI wish you and Frederic every Joy For a moment Ruth did not answer then she said slowly I shall never marry your cousin I do not care for him except as a friend She hesi tated I too madea discovery yesterday Poor Frederic was forgotten by them both thE light of hope and hap piness came Into Guys eye while be asked trying to speak calmly Can I dare to ask what that discov ery was Rutli lifted her gaze to his without Bivy of her old timidity an tha answer must have Been in her eyas for she spoke no word The Blue Rose Ohiohasboea a quest of floriculturists so the new rambler is a triumph of science The green rose and the black rose are interesting freaks but they arp not tbeautlful The blue rose how shouldhavenakes the spell of rosds In the Kinds of poets and mystics the blue rose has long shed a over the f1of dreams It was safd that whoever had been aroused by the Mld swoetriecs of the perfume of the blue rose would never zest again untllf foald that the blije fJe cast a spell over all who touched t and that sam9WolIthet stIllIt starzLosAngeresI His Probable Fate 5VVaal some ways td like tOran orne ways r guess I wpuldnt said hOnest Farmer BentoveiJ when the suave dispenser of encyclopedias had paused in his siren song Ye see If I was to sign ron thrft qre cyclopedee Id hey lo work so hard to pay for itt thet Id be tired to enjoy readln 111whllel I read It at my leefiurc asId ort lo In order to git the good tbolRrlfeguess di hey to deny niyeelfthepnlv t iks vrrvOat wore Look sorter like rofttothionothVestdoutitS Soc 253K nTJiles jFrdrrf Black Johnsons to Fox Greek Pike yocninsBranchSec 2772 milci From Wilbur Pet ers to John Fosters Creek1Erid MackvilleIIsec 31lt miles From MackVille to Merc r Count Line Sec 3231 miles From Mackville to Perry Bakers Gate Sec 3331 mJles From Mackville to Willisbijrg Pike to Lem Carys Sec 34 12 mi es From Tem Carys to Cardwell f Sec 355 miie4 From Cardwell to Bethel Church ISee 365 12 Jmiles From Mercer County Line to Fpx Creek Pike- S e 373K Guiles From Gfens Creek Ford to ME cer County Line GlensICreektoW springfieldSee 402 1ipile3 From pleasant Run to Dr Hit etts PerryvillePikeSec 44 1 iriitft From Eli Mercer Coun vv Line Sec 454 mil is From Mackville and Sgringfleld Pike to Perryville Pike Sec 46112 miles From Pleasant Run Bndc to Slrion County Line FromPerryvilliPike Springfield HarrisonISec 51 Sliriiles From HellesS- hop toLong Lck Bridge C Supervisor Californlan wanderIng fragrance heEhtson jdex Salmons- to j COBB WENT OUT OF HIS LINE cTFake Stories Ar Ac cpte4 But When Writer Sendi In a True One He 1st DIsm ssed Years ago vliCobb Ibo humor ous writer wits a orrcspondent for whileIgreatp outoftoWDI theiwhich It appeared hat Padutah hofd become the news center Qt the mid die west NOt a jday passed that prlntIstoocI formertelegraphI bossi called me In Who Is this man Cobb atfiPaducah l ho askedIWhen I hnd satl fled his thirst for knowledge hptoldiiieto fire Cobb I know all the i fitOri ta he Ji3 written are fake said he Ibttt J cant stand for that one he sent us yesterday like some sanity even In a fake story It must sound az though it might possibly undpf certain conditions b prtly truef editortllredI about getting fired in a Jetter he wrote me It servcd In right for getting oat of my uno sild he That was ISthewhalpu Cleveland towas iI l Womso as Wen Men areilfada HIssraHa a by Kldnpy Md ffidto Trouble troutc minddiscourljsfIZIvigor and cheerful s ness soon disappear when tllCokidn out cosed of rder CSucI Kidney trouble has ji become so prevalent M J that it is not nncom Lp mon for a child to be = born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urinatq9Joooften if the urine scalds the flesh or when the chikiteachesni age when it suould be able to control tlie bcdVetltingf tinpleasanttrouble ofIhabitus most people suppose Women as eli as men are made miser able with kji ncjy and bladder trouble and both nee the same great remedy TIie mild a tine imniediae effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold fiftyci iL sizebottles ouvjuy t fimbvpamphlet U IWJt allrf rsnecincludingmenial lettta received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writiti Dr Kihner Co Bingliamton N Y be sure andI anymtaddressDnghamtou1 j j a i WilliaburgISet53l34miles From Beechiand to Stigalls Lane StigaUsLan Brid1Easte FordBridge LincolnRunPike SpringfieldtQBarber ISec 595 12 miles From Junction toTuckerSec GOZ miles From Beechland and Lincoln Run Pike to S4iles Ford Bridge- 61t gfieldBardstownPike CecilsBarnG434 cInUresSec 654 miles From Loretto Pike lto Beach Fork MIl ton Pike Sec 666 miles From Fredericks town to Bob Mclhtirea BardstownPiketSec 681 12 miles From Freder ickstown to droakea Station Set 69I miles From Bardstown Pikp to Valley Hill SpringfieldSec 72I 12 miles Frpni Tick Creek to Springfield and Mackville Pike Sec 75 miles From Springfield and Willis urg Pike to Wilbur Peters Sec 741 12 miles From Oliverrl Sanders Gate to Mercer County L ncI WJLLBTT j D1 WAITING IS HARD TO Most of the Chagrin and Remorse We Get foj Ourselves la Duetto Impatience Wtlt Is there anything in theSk world hard to do And is there anything so necessary to learnt Most of the ch srTn and cemorso we get for ourselves Is Ode to impatience if we had wit d the clouds would have parsed if we had waited the fatal word would tot hfcve been spoken If we had waited love would tiave turned again To wait does not mean to be idle or Indecisive It means time your ef fort What is impossible now may be easy at six oclock About fourfifths of any success Is the ingredient of time To know when is fully as Im portant as to know how Walt for lhe boi to grow What you cannotyead him to at ten he will cOmo tc at twenty The best things lIn the world grow They manure and ripen You can build a house In a few days but It takes a tree years to be complete and a tree is more wonderful than a house The higher Ute grade of your thought and feeling the more you need to learn to wait In education in government and in religion especially we have to reckon with what Emerson calls The slow maturing of the human mind read somewhere tho whimsy say ing of a wise woman that there were three things Unit amused her The first was climbing trees to shako down tire fruit vhlcn If left Elohe wonlil J iny and Uaolf the see phdl jmuffgplng to war to kill mon wino mlfSjWjj hlrdYJlat natIurally ana metl shuJd run 1teiW n on LinJf mi u would wait the women w Urun after themDr Frank Crane r HATED ADVERSE CRITICISM Actor Retorts tb ritlcsOplnlon With A George WashlngtbH IrThe late Prank Worthing thri well known actor was thesubject of are acentclub Philadelphia A dramatic crlt ic Bald 1Worthing though a superb actor hated udvorso nlt1ismhpercritic- lam he always called Jt To som Oadverseone winter night at the Majestic with a George XVahington storydHe said r reminded my leal remarks of a Scot named Saund ers Saunders sold an American dhif iiyouAweoi l I canna say I hov Saund r peraIfThen Ill lend you the book saidI tho American Id like you to read It about George Washington 1l What qbout him Saunders 4n Quired coldly George Washington said thd1 l American was celebrated in history fas ma boy who couldnt tell aUe Coujd hb no sold SaUnders Mao theres no muckje to boast abo t In that He couldnaloye s t1jaKOQ we Scots baa a higher standSjjS jo weraclty We can lie but 7e tal4 ODD TOAST RARELY FOUND Patience In Makrng It Is Necessary and It Should pc Neither Soggy Nor Too Crtsp Ther is astonaltQoksareIsdirneult failuresispa ence Jt so much easier to cut thick uneven slices not remove the crusts and do several platefuls ata time that that is tha usual method 1 Appetizing toast should bo cut thin j clearbedq own on bpth sides then bettered nhd prlnk IntheertosoakinNeser let toast stand Far better cookedIcomJngcerealTheover open toastedthel Appetlzinr gynored chlps The best s made from dcgroined bread a day ollt Do not serve In great chunks toast must look well besides being properly cooked to be appetizing Toast that has grown cold can be served by putting it on an old plate covering It with cream butter and thebreadWhere one prefers1 to butter toast at a table it must be served hot in a fplded napliln and Jjust a few slices at a time i In making milk toast use a little thickenlhg Ih the milk otherwise your toast will be soggy and thin DOUBLE FRYING PAflT IS NEW 1Devj1 Fufc Labor and Space on StheStove J Economy of fuel and space is abled by thq double frying pan de nqttoazt4labprtwo pam which are hinged it the inner sides and can be folded over tc take up the space of one secUttn whe hung upon the wail Divided into twc sections as it is two things can be cooked in it aLone time While meat is being fried in one side canndd corn of tomatoes can be heated in t other OP if there Is no meat tfl tried two kinds of vegetables may cooked in it The advantage of utensil of this kind is manifest In the first place it saves fuel because two things can be cooked over one Id of the stove In the second place it gives the cook fewer pans and pots to watch and leaves her freer to at prepthgl space on the stOveS than two sini pans Suggestions 3iindrIatort rI tthrown away The fact that they da not break nod that they can be hen a little to make room for other artic iis a decided recommendation Bags made of cheese cloth about eight inches square filled with oatI meal powdered borax pulverized cat tile soap and a Httle powdered orris root and used in the bath are Qellght fully refreshing Rub fresh lord over new tinware and boat it in the oven before using Then Vcfl will devon have any vtroubje about rusting Foodstuffs should never be left cardboard boxes for they draw mol s ture and attract Insects Walnut patsup One hundred walnuts half a cirpful of salt one and a half quarts of vine gar quarter ounce 6f mace pnequar ter of an ounce of nutmeg onequarter of an ounuce of cloves onequarter1 of on ounce of ginger onequarter of an ounce of whole black pepper a small piece of horse radish 20 shalots one quarter of a pound of anchovies Procure the walnuts at the time when you can run a pin through them slightly bruise and put them into tr with the salt arid vinegar them1itand eight days stirring very day then drain the liquid from them and boll It with theabove Ingredients for about half an hour It max st lnedLot as treferred and equiredr tie moro vinegar cJlbo added When bottled well seal the corks Old OHsloth UjlitoUble pads to put tindbr hot dishes Iff the dolor or the pattern Is not brna iietal usetho oilcloth for theundo Sbler f s Rusnlng for Trains ilrs Charles Whitney who lives erbrookaOd whose kUjfrebifie to town evegefning billed tho ai4sestcrdaylefthzather excited j t tlon I Oh Sarah she said If hadnt tt noticed bow late itJs Go qpstalrs and tell Mt Whitney to hurry or ell miss his traih I have called him Sarah answerea- troudlyl Ifl puts the grapefru just outslWJ It he door and the chops on the toi 11Jw step and the rolls and coffee on the a ITh landing he can catch iher 810 train rrgerated ntJilif becomes a Vlce iaid tho earnest adviser t see exactly what youre commt t replied Tarantula Tim Whereis 5utour acea isi a blessln1 liD gUY to be admired five of wi Wncreato uiu old dissenSion a 4 If ildren Crfor Fletchers trt i Kind You Havi Always BougJUt nrid which has beek I11le e Ibr over 3O years baa liorne the sisrHatHro it IIsonbirnn endanger the liwaitli f rInfants bnd COiUdr uyExiKri62ico against Experiment What bCASTORIliCastbriajis a harmless substitute for CastorOil Pubstgorlc I ops and Soothing Syrups Xtis Pleasant tcoiithlni pctth J Opium Morphine nor oUter Nnrccj ioif Ii tu f11c Its age is Its guarantee It dcstroy worms and alia f8 Fcvcrishhcss It cures I larrho a dlVindlCollfe It relieves Teething ublcseuTc4 Constipawii and Fla tulcixcy It asshullatcs tuG Fdodi regulates tno I seStomuc and Botrfcls givjng healthy and maturslelecp Tine fJ li drens PannecaT ilothciis Friend GNUIM AwASXU1 ALW J AB ars the Sisfriatttre of LL The In j lid You Have A1waysBoigiit Use For Over 30 Years i f czrcTAun cc pwr rmerr ncweVoRxcrrr f f i olive YBUSNiSSMi i4 NJr f r i i Itell i United States rates reasonabe service thebest i If j i GUM ERLcNDTELFPHONE TtUjGrtAPH COlPANY tIncoroprted f r 1 Ii flbOII iii it iSThe Secret of Youth tDbyou ever wonder how you can temain young or pther women older than you look younger than you d91 rITie Stcret cart e put in a few rqrds kreerve and you will preserve your youn we mean nott alone physical health but IyourleaUhf as sometimes magnificently sfrongIooJnng nervous wrecks ether you are weak physically or nervously tonic andtthe best tonic for you Is CarduL IKI builds strength for Jhe physical and nervous systems It Jielips put flesh oayoui bones and vitality into yout h IeJ 0Tli Womapfs Tonic c My mother writes Mrs 2 L Adcock of Smith throyghthechanShe was iirregular and bloated arid suffered terrifaly My lather stepped over to the store and got her A bottle of Cirdui which she took according to directions and now she sup able to do her housework and says the feels 1ikenew Cardui CescMltaiooisTiforp WORLDS1 BIGGEST BASXArJAKM 1 byInWohdeWu foundling Asylum In Mo o Catherine J The bg est baby farm In the world known lo ally as the hprne ofUU situtdd1nMoscowasylum w s started orlginibby th lImpness atherlne ll adisintintolned dly bya tax Crfpla inV dashthrough 8tronagehoIjsqtjaroround lawns wiiere the children play f A great oat reot this asgltnp is Jbatoll the Btrva Us there wtar the roil Ilviery of Uu royal fatally had Its acr counts at audited had kept by th Russian rcasury departtniut Chidren of a sizes frHB wee babies at- tcddcc1li re rind they have the ben J attention anil good wholesome food J About fit y babies are received herd every daj and after a sojourn of a month nu sestoke them fo thoirown homes I r fItltha o sg ppearhat t pue 76 do 3 In France and only 38 1r ngland 11n Germany and iieden Still hydrophobia Is e 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