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I c 5 7 11F t 4v i ESTA8t un ISlfEDII I Idr U v I fl i XVllIi NO 13 i SPRINGFIELD ASHINGTP KENTUCKY WACH 30 flElYiAa I It I G 11 j TQUiEtMUs1ALIN Ftwt MM FhMH Bane f Dtfunt c l Jl CMffiy and Drum Cover A t Skin f Lr-r 1Ip The Gulldford gentleman dUcor h i7 that a tolerable tune can be Iplayed dnR bicycle pump Js not so rr ertuU nfttail rtt ret TVehprt hoatifS fu v a tt IJ JA llid ircoua icf the performance Electra and a new Instrument tiJbaited the heckelphone which enottld W Muli electioneering Buffalo A koTBg of course have often bees util = Izei for more or lets musical pur tjjo HUd la the olden days fishes ekelk ad the shanks and shin bones t efaalmals were made to give forth tuauiS efforts During tie Maori war 1 we dIzcnverciI a naUve drM WIth a 7Yetry thrable Iute fashioned out of j Uiii b Seof a defunct eaemy but if aay one has doubts as to the music 1 Uwt can be got out of boaes let him fy a visit to any English seaside w i resort in tB coming summer During opo rthe ta campaigns some f tvtaty years ago the troops marched to battle making hideous music out ofveW Saucepans and kettles and bwhea John Ziska the great Hussite e leader died his skin was tanned and made into a drum cover In the hone that the resultant music would sejVe as a magical inspiration ta the troops Only 1 few xears ago the i Austrian bands each carried five or it fit serpents In the front rank t nest instruments were in the form of a snake the bell being shaped toe Jrflpresertt Its vinoutn and panted bloodred inside with huge white t teeth and a wagging tongtie which a v mov dup aDd down at ever step t iTItBItS CoVj noas4 v s Hew Different Afe Change Opinions l i Hop Orre jContlderwl askyl i Harmful aVAlt v V fnllr rent ages have different ideas 6 lI 1t what constitutes adulteration jjaii a writer Most people now se1L1ev Kredlent of beer but in the seven teenth century the city ofLondon I RiJ3y In brewing describing it as a wicked weed which spoils the drink and en dangers thl lives of the people JohnJ Evelyn asa strong supporter of the jantllu crusade Hops he declared Vhad transmuted our ale Into beer and doubtless much altered our constltu j iv J Iou He allowed that their use 1m proved the flavor of the liquor but re paid the pleasure with tormenting eV diseases and short life He appealed T to all loyal Englishmen to drink cider t until this dangerous drogue was rV kanlsked from theeerIeelt wis the ancients who above all delighted i to flll tip the glasses with treacle aid ink and anything else that Is pleasant to drInk Inordel to pre f vent acidity heighten the flavor or 41Increase the durability of Inferior kinds of wine they put into the casks enoJi 4tine pitch tar resin vegetable ashes gypsum lime almonds parched salt of cedsrconesgaU1Jutaandd miiiedlion poisonous salts of lead They were fond of mixing perfumed oils with their wine betore they drank IL Even In the Homeric age it wad con Bldered that wine was improved by Having goat milk cheese grated over it and being sprinkled with sour 1c Once Once I entertained an angel awarest How was that I had met a lady who was starring In musical comedy and I invited her and the gentleman who was with her to dinner Later I learned that he backing her wast Shcjwr MHaveasked the considerate lady as she cut the third piece of pie 17ct Yes maam replied Hungry Hank i I used to work at bOSS Ill me chauf four an me valeL I was nabob In them days maamL1If Encouragement f Well said one art crt fl think dlsplayiZ what is that You doni see wooden Indians in iif r front of cigar stores any more Such fihYour old landlord has placed a tablet on the house you occupied sjo many years ISAthat loT He nver would paper It while I was there fj Set a Hot Pace The Friend Have you used your flying machineovd The IriveniorNo but my wife has She used it for kindling last week t Its Mission i regard the hobble skirt as ftl highly reformatory agent r How do you make that out k Because it compels one to walk f in Vthp straight and narrow path r Scprchers Preference AutomobllIng Isnt eo good In cold weather aff In warm Is Itr iitif t Better replied Mr Chugglns ipro II vided its cold enough to keel thoI o ri stables indoors ZADanerow CreSrSf t4 And said th4 fitL Srteller an ienemy will shortly ANNM your path Gee r quoth J 1 uipciblllit 1 hope be doer tt where tlttre tat anv ilu If Psak y Lspeed1 Wanted Sfal r Wells We haye a n up 11 4 da drilling machine fand are l to drill water wellis fpffrup BO ft to 500 ft Corres r iini c blicited F Lddj si lGLongaboaghv St Marys Ky t r Iw Fj 7wJiJ ii TIlE NEWSi =U3AD3R2 l q EMEYOL tCOUNTY 197 TftUMEHTS erea 1Cl1did For State Treasurer THOMAS S RHEA r 1Teuntyunceoent of his candidacy for Treasurer of the state of Kentnc subject to the action of the De anmocraticbe held ulllt 1911 Mr Khea is a native of Rus ville and has lived there all oft his life For four fears he WJlSC eriff of Logan County AtE the expiration of his term of office he was elected Vice Presi dent of the Bank of Russ lIVnle and hassince that tim ben the general manager of the bank Beholds this position now and has made for himself an enviable Rockbridge JJ IsiWeregiCrouchsometime fast improving Im Mrs jAw Satterly and Mr and Mrs Silas Burkhead and t son spent Sunday at the home Ii Lewis Sailorly Several from misplace at tend church at Willisbufg Sunday Miss Eva Shewmaker and Mr Glen Ryan took dinner at the home of John Gordon Sunday Say cheer up Forgetmenot your letters were good hut why were you absent the last two 11thatJari i 11 Those that spent Sutfday at tqe home of J B Jenkins were R 1evrs Elisa White Everett Hale dIVeleriadI Mr Winnie Kays spent tiunI day at the home ol his parents Mr and Mrs J D Keeling All the farmers of this coin munity are busy plowing their land getting ready for theircrops Miss Mollie Hardin and brother Edger Miss Maggie SmiUc and Mr Zach Barnett of Spring eld spent Sundey at the home of Ben OrouchtMr Bobilce Crouch and mpther spent Saturday and Suu day at the family of Mr and Mrs Frank Crouch of Sharpsyille Mr and Mrs Albert Masts f Tomkinsyille spent Saturday j and Sunday at the homej tElias Perkins jfBro Hatchett filled his regu l pJacelSunday Tatham SprmgaTnext Sunday March 20 a eleyen oclock gj pdyinritedi to attend Ve miss Mr Oscar Kays of thisplace whoweat to Springfield last week where he Wl iiiil crop with Messrs OlaybrookefConway We leave and want tosee him liiiii 1lfn We our ommuLityrealOftenIJ I day sc oolatthls place eac h 100clocktb t missing a great work The lesJ son next Sunday will be BionJ arylesson everyone shoud get a book and si udy yonrlessoa and come and see and get interested AQ the work yourself 1 humbly beg your pardon Tangle FOut of Antiocb fur tr r ing to tresspuss so Jar us take allon financier and shiess asJJ He is one e most widely known the Steed his el i su always inDemocratof isa tireless worker i happier an in a political combat fle is abrother of the peondltrictIthroughout the State think- shi nameon a fnaibe ticket would bring tnuch strength to the party in November your name Jrom you I was so ignorant as to not see your name gned to your firstletter so IItbgned my name Tangle Foot Ijwas innccent I will now change name but I am still tbp same person I am quite early torebut you know I am hard to cage t whinki Ina me as I have changed it from Tangle Foot And now 1 amsButterfly Saves Two LIyes Nerther my sister ndr my setfI might be Hying today if Jt had not been for rXtngs New Discovery writes D McDonald ayettC v1ileN C R D No8 fpr we both had frightful coughs that no other remedy could help We Were told my sister had cons m tiQou She was very weak and hap night sweats but your wonderful medicine com pletely cured us both Itjs the best eVer used or heard ofj For sore llungs coughs colds hemorrhage la grippe asthma hay feyer crou w uboopingcougball lesits supreme Trial bottle sree SOc and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don RobertsonI One Way to Build a Road Everybody in favor of good roads as an abstract proposition but when it comes down to the oncretethat is to say to sand and gravel there are differ ences in opiaiun Some Ken- tuckianst declare themselves strongly for good roads but say they do know not how to go about getting them One way tgoaboutlt has been exemplified recently by the jtHeTFedrated Womans Club of Braudenburg The members of that live organization felt the- need ot a good rod f om Bran denburg to Weldon a station on l the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad Brandenburg has no railroad and when the citizens bf t attown go traveling they either take a steamboat or drive oven to Weldon to take the train Meade county mud is possibly a few degrees worse than the mudanywhfe else in Kentucky Anvhuw if there is muddier mud pic stickier mud O r more aggravating mud in Kentucky itwill have to be discover ed when somebody opens a r new mine The male citizens of thelrmany other Kentucky counties udImud but the male Ci Zen S dldn it seem to know it The women woke up to the situation first ami they determiriejd to pike tlie road from Brandenburg to i Itandrat Thtoaprons with an appropriation of 3000 as an evidence of good faith The road Will be contj pleted by the early summer Next winter it will b3 possibly toi travel from Brandenburg to Weldon without breaking a hame string or straining a singleiree A wagon will not tje a oad f6r af four Lorse team and walking will not be an impossibility whenjt a big thaw comesj jThatj pettditurev pt tmia and moneyv Good roads do not grow of them selves und they jd J not involveyj from repeated drubb ingsof mud Why should fiscal courts con tinue wasting money on dirt roads year after year with to move for real improvemejit Wh at least do they not build a few miles of g064 road for aD flWhybold their haidsIn helpless Iash joh and wait for the womens clubs to shW thm howjp build roadsCourierJournalli Solves a Deep Mysleryici I want to thank kou to LIrnof Xe wisburg W yafor the won 1ictr aI severe case of stouacb trouble andL of rheumatism frbm which I been an almost helpless Sufferer for tea yea s It suited my case as though made just for me For dys psia Indfg8atlonrjaundice and to ri rdcau rheumatism Electric Bitters baa no equal Try them every bot tle Is gyaranteedj to satisfy Only SOc at Haydon Iwbertaons B dIi Bloomfield KY March 25 Fire destroyed the barn of T E Hputchenson tblj Bloomfield pl1c- rde miles ripm Bl dmtielff Nineteen prize horses whichare to be sbippel to the Eastern markets in the near future were scued from the flames but two ork horses were burned Ow jiog to the quantity of hay andleedI stored in the loft rapidly and for a time it was feared that a number of other buildings would also be- stlo The loss jjothe barn was 4000 with insurance amount tolOOO f 1 Catarrh iis Surely a Dan roiis Disease Thousands of people allow catarrh to slowly undermine the wn ole system until a serious disease develops some times consumption People who have catarrh should se every effort to get rid of it hut houl above a1adopt a sensible method j tomach dosing sprays and douch esAront cure catarrh because It is a germ disease and the germs must be destroyed before the disease can be conqueredi HY6MEI is the oply sensible core forcatarrah because it reaches every fold crevice and nook in the mucous membrane and gets where the germs are You breathe HYOM I and as it lpasses over the inflamed membrane iits soothing influence heala the sort ness and destroyja the germs A complete HXOMEt outfit costs 1100 This coioslits of a bottle cf ItYOMEI and a5iard rubbejr nliaJer Pour a few drop4 of YOMEI fntdffiel inhaler and bresie it a fe minutes each day tha1i all you hare to do It is guaranteed by Haydon Wlllett and druggist Everywhere to cure catarrh coughs colds and sore throat or money back Extra bottle of HY9Elcosts 50 cents Fire At Bardstown tOn Wednpsday evening the Planinjg Mill pf Grigsby CoI was entirely consumed by fire which started in the work shop of the plant Some ladies in passing the mill Discovered tIe flames coming from ithe roof and were the first to notify the occupants 4 high Wind fanned the tire which spread rapidly to immense quantities of llumber piled around and soon a most frightful conflagration was un der way and at this time con tinues to burn although no fur ther destruction is apprehended The loss isf estimated at about 17000 insurance t55CO Burdstown Standard Children Ory FOR FLETCHERSS ASTORIAt iI IS E e Most Profitablei of Farm Animals Good sheep are profitable when nell handled aLd in dis f idts of country adapted to heep or course sheep do best f6n 01ItoJhe sheep rrhe fenced paure j enceliho9 tijht is the proper i tthng As to the number of shVep anacre of land will pasture dtpendsnponthe grass the ante win producesome acreswill pro duce ten times ntiregiass titan others becmse they are sodded closer more grass grows on theji ground The best ilustraiimi we can give to gniein this rengadrvioujdibo comparison 10 Catte iVbas always been esti mated that a cow in pasture bay and feed will consume about the i6ual of eight to ten sheep We ttiok this should be lowered u little say seven to eight sheet Sheep do not necessarily neE large areas to graze over In t JEng8ndStjvery small pastures often but to five acres in an en re and the sheep do well t is a good plan to change sheer Vo other pastures vhere the enclosures are very Btaajl There art insect enemies of the uheep aout not ny thine very serious 1i Se sheep tick is eiif gotten irJMtofi r by dipping Intestinal stomach and lung worms are rqalily destroyed bya fewdoses ioftarpntiu9 and oil The maicr thing is to select ihe bre s heep yco fancy most then get a pj e bred ram and breed to a decided improvement each year in Hie crop of lambs There iis DO class of stock that the small farmer can breed and handle to more profit for the investnieut than sheep except poultry Ex Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racK with coughs re urged to go Jo another climate But this is costly and not a ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at home It curedme of lung trouble Iw Iritaswhnall else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all coughtnta lung cures Thous ands owe ieir liVes and health to itIns positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaG rippe Asthma O1Pall Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Hayd n Robertson Spring Work Advanced The Lexington Herald says re ports from various counties show tnatsprlng work is much more advanced than usual The extremely low price of tobacco it making many prepective grow ers hesitate ard if contracts with i tenants were not already mad thd area devotid to the weed would be greatly curtailedI Hands are hard tb secure and while they wan tmora wages in manv places farmers are not willing to pay the same as lastt isyearthought much land now 3evoted to cultivation will he put in grasa in the nesr future If clovtr seed was not so high there would be a great deal shown and in many places it is being sown any howPor some reason alfalfa has noteoica success in most jsections of Kentucky and what promised to Wrk a revolution in farm methods a few years ago is not receiving rnucb attention The area devoted to potatoes ift the state will be largely increased notwithstanding tbe lqw price received for the iastetopMuc more attention would be givfento fruit growing if tl1e seasons were not so uncertain but in many places the growlngof berries is attracting attention Opinion is divided as to the status of the present crop but mubh of the early fruit is undoubtedly killed whileapples etc are still un hurt Death In RoeririgrirG may Dt result from the work of fire bugs but Often sevcre burns arc caused that make a quick need fox Bucklens Arnica Salve the quickest surest cure for bijrns wounde bruises bolts sots It subdues Inflammation Itkills pain It soothes and heals Drives off skin eruptions ulcers of piles Odly2Scat faydon s Foliert sons Tathani Springs 3 As their has not been auy news iuui his place foa few weeks fewInnesMr isuncleSaturday night Rev Hv P Hatcbettfihed his regularl aopjintmsat at i tiis plac Saturday lust Thesi tfrs oiUis place are churcbI nighliIpeeling b pifta metal rodfon th6 church sometimein May MrJ S Royalty bought soaiiCJ10Qrpig frdmMr- amesIJ hedger fbr twbutytwo dollars Mr Rastas Wohnerbought two hogs fiom Mr buns Burkhead for thirteen dollars Mr Ivan Keeling sold a horse to Mn Bud CJoulter for S75 placesoldhis RovH Pt Hatchett bastei ceived a nice buggy fromthe factory Mrs Jim idary i very sitckai this riting t I1rmoved unto the house with Mrs Elizabeth Saltfrly 1 MissCiaudjeVandtyerbas re turned to her loin atUtkidsburg after V visit to seehr parenlsof thIs p14ccbMr Gracen Searcy of THijJ place sold Jus tobacco to thIChaplin buyer for six cens a pourd after being offered eight cents and said hewillraiseacorn crop this year instead of ttobacco There wiUiiot be much tobacco tbellcThebuggy dealers of this place have brought ona tiThe supply b f buggies Jam glad to see thattalloftbe crespondents b ay e good letters the NewsLeader The weather will soon be warm and the flies will begin tOstir but guessTangle Foot vIii catch them all before thev reach here I saw in the paper a few weeks ago where lull Brains said that their were plenty nifce girls arpund dooR for theboyVto see iinsttad of giing fifteen o f wonty miles but he isno prcticinR what he preaches for hehas bpenI below Chaplyi to see his girl since As Grass Hogper has teen ab sect for a few weeks I have writ ten a letter mjfself I would signi my name Junebug biltI was afraid some Peckerwood would catch me Old SoldIer Tortured pr years J suffered onspeakablel t c2xistatiouSmithy a war veteran at Eric Pa but Dn Kings New Life PiUs fixed me all right Theyre slmplygreat Try them for any piQinach liver or kidney trouble Only 25c at Haydon Robertson t An Unusual Accident Friday niornngwhule Thomas Hicks was plowing in the garden belonging to Miss Lizzie Garlile on Wjilnut street his team of horses fell into an abandoned dry well and one of the animals was killed The other horse was rescued with mucn difficulty The dry well was coveted with brush and weeds and while plow ing Mr Hicks failed to discover it until it was too lath It rc Sfluired hard work to rescue the a11pJ on top atfd before this coula be accomplished the under horse jjvas dead The well is about 12ffeet deepr Lebanon Enterprise Notice iAll prsnsinJto thu es tate of Joseph E Harmon Bank rupt will settle with taQ or Joseph Pol1DatOl cttber 1s9Id1 doorStt Springfield Kvtr W P Gfigsby Pure PeklnDuck eggs for gale a5dc per set1Ing T OARLNEIICIIK r4 f r thwi the at the iE 1 II sew scic V 3Lf fI 7m Stirring Time j vThe Gazette Ij siys thtt James Long and famU iy near Jeck hrd a Jterrt le experience at their homd one day recently4 Mr Lopg while in hiff yard sa y his threevyear nd babe todd eto an open tcp Vltern and fa in There was eght feat of f ater injthecisjterii but Mr Long without hesitation pulled off his pat and 6jjnmped in after the chil With the babe in his arm he swam anti etrag ged in the w teruntil his four teenyearold soo threw toim4 sirap with fhicb he for a while to heep his faceabore the water bu unfortunately the boy let 8pf the strap To make things rorse the bOy then vbercame excit d and jumped into the wateial o an4 tyr Long was then c nfronted fWfth the problem of si ving l rmself ring two of his children Jill would have diowne but for the arrival of Mrs Ln ig on the scene With prSeof mind fiheseo cured a rail i nd put itin the cia tern and ith LhisMr Lon and the children until thekhjeroic wife hurrjedI for a rope Secaring t shei first pulled Out the babe whIchl she laid on the ground facedown Then the bby was pulled out with the aid of the rope and rail and last the husband Attention wax immediately turned to the conscious I babe and by propeli and orkjhe child was revived back to itself It was a tefiqle experience for th Long familyi through which they n ver hope tJ Jia s BgainV r V Meets With Accident v1W i Henry Jt rbqe son of George Jarbq 10 UveEt on Popejcreek had tbreetf Angers of hfs left hand cit off in acutting box lisj week The young man yto iii about fifteen years Of age was immediately brougJitto town where he received medical atiet tion The injured member was essed and iis no The accident bapti DenedwDilo young Jarboe and aoother boy were engaged in cutting oas In feeding a cuK tips bix Iris hand slipped K4d l bo stopped Labanba Qmfi prise 1 t JJteu Ott 1 For salej grown from northern Seed that cjosi IOO per bu hellThese oats made over 60 bustrelsl per acre They are recleaned and Ireestf qm weed wed ofany Uindr Bas free rReed Spalding Cure Scb by apprOTIip lI I1 iA t iSLSCRIP7Ory 11444OAff OVAlBAKINGpOWDE AbMtIjp MAK SHOlt BAKING WY r f iIr LlghtBlsthltlidllelous k f Dainty Fine Flaky Cruste and tbe focWl k fteer more tally cIuibr Iand wholesome Imade found ioor fIIIQaILROYALBAJONG U + Flemingsburg itiidge managed supportediiinself uianipuatidb d theyoungrna- nconalecent lba2OOOBu4he1sWhit W1jbjHa ParsLPuddings etMui Kentucky mulea have aiwayl commacded the h1ghesVprie pim themarkea because tbervtrt the best and tlrtir cruality WM augwentedbythInfaaiociH1 Jb100dMany tbonisind0f rslbysgone outt of Kentucky with tW oughbred and standard ttlRir horse loc 1nt1 fIJir Veins besiis mares of ttjose breeds nfV tto foal ibenr Mojn jij a d wefgblr is now dea i iUMift iorniejrly as well am tarly iiibfe ii- sOthe ide of using draft art crod wiLk tb SRith Jacks to produce fe yjt atoekj mules is being carried ot hy s Sims of th4 bei breeder Is Ma State PefcberoaWart arcwell l ikedforthisastbeyangther sure pullers well orJMt dcarry gatstyle Hilary fat mules are in great deaiawibriBn ingi long prices and kntacky is ure to filltits q otlA alI has always dpne Farmers Hoe journil t 1t KiUdBy frti 11I ti Eitenei Fashshot Mdr jinstantly kisledonSuIsTomn I line last 4bv his br thac Jpha Pasb both colored qhe mt who were returnhi from a davet near Early Tines aid wlwtirfrt Iconsderay under ttw hifltn A of bad wftiskejY iit i iw Wcftaft t- invovedJni a d put ocqirri1 Jf1I1 when John uh drehIsgseia 22 caliber pistol and abotB 4eqe through the heart UteWl Entering the rlgtft aidet anflt r pdginsj under the ikiaot tbe left Rid The killing C1rfinear the htrne ptHl1rlD iiet cpiored who imec1Ikbs act edStiorifflt LH HTiif urn who with Marslialf Vittttos aooiirivedat the scene of tne tragedy Dr Greehwell w 8aasaKHida dde Blared death hal biet iMtaa taneons Icaa e4iat4l aStir H killing Jobn Pw tediM W one home of hit notb f andt whgD artlied r iti ti ia1ter tc1IDJIUIdthe affiir p l x liii jtrial wassetfdr arfJtjwn Standard r f- FAMAP4 1 7h J 1fW UMS fPares L 1 s d i 4 ie I Parisla Sage will ffMitly iiprvt Jthe attiactlvaiwss ythair a fwrs It1IM iIe aere t J 1tw1l1YWOt4 pevdr puclt 4alUngmosey ba Ie fJParlalaa lae tcr- f eJte ra IeiEally so rresJDJaa aej stickisss lt wLa i rnocl led aMf y4 Willftt UK M cs4larsbttThekLY rtevery t1i Ia r d c f i r 7 l I I 1I NWS4LADRi i SFWHIGPI1LD KY d I PalJmJ b tAL JIS JOSEF HUN t JUitoru i ap Publishers TTJftm MAn iiii t tf We lie MitkeriMd to BOUnCe JOHN X POLIN M ft MHJrtitg for Uepreaentative li 1ftw iwwerf tint Keotucky Leg Jfcfatoii free WiriiiBgfcra county 1Ibha U Mtkm of the Democratic 5srpsv e Mr Ira0k Crouch was in i rie1 Friday M MM Rebecca and Sarah Gyshsa otCirdwell spent Su- nayafgbwlihMrJp j W Gra c I1yIt i Mf Jfia Frank Bqwen war jflsMtnUy eaferiaintici Sunday I a teraooB bf Miss Beulah Mor row jffJasper our prophet3was on t itreetaofShtrpiville Satur fc4r aM me us a few political 4hotbas MNraBpwenhasreturnedl l IrhoiiiL Jroai Jiooresville whereIi iii IMM ben visiting for thepast 1ir t 1r J a Yatef dfWrfUsburg k ie flying trip to this place l a Stwlay afternoon 8 It the boys of Sharpsville Bill a RBraits included would devote as- hs i taw money making as 1ttSittdato love making there j Old bt more John Ds in the 4 t j outrySci MrsAmandaYate of Dugan I TT tlll pen Saitardy nif ht and jj SiliayirithMr and Mrs W trH Willbtm iJoe Di vile says that love isk carothinK Well Joe we can t I ir7hinleam some sprightly- Laid has made the aituatipD rPlrrsing to you MrLM Barnard of Chaplin r7i rspeat Saturday with friends I J ritM r John Yoaog who has been Very ill for some time is no bet terM tJitwrUfg f Jasper Cornisl in discussing our diffcaltiMrwiih Moxico said xtht ht loved the flag of oar na tioja aad all could go to Mexico r t that wanted to but not for him Jasper you are a liberty loving old citizen alrighfc c SharpvI Tills sill will be in operation io trj short limp Owing to some rev cent improvements being made kWefhope thui motive will be car- r Tied jnto effect as it wiu add upbo tHe business facility oi our Jittle town v Mr Dosty Cornish of Poor 4JI1owI1but formerly of this place Iwbo has been with the Sharps Tjllt btse ball team serving as back slop came back llast week r tb see the boys wearing the same fc pldsMile i We are inclined to believe that I i Judge Prewitt is convalescent as 4It he made his appearence in the It v street this morning v Mr and Mrs D C Dorsey spent Saturday with M J BS Brown and family v Miss Elizabeth Cornish spent j Saturday nigbt and Sunday with fV J Mr G W Bowen and family Mr Hubbell Boblnson left last v week for Ilhnois where he contemplates spendine the summer t Mr Everett Keeling of Willis V t Dfi was in our hamlet TQesd8- YlionI business rtVuttt U the matter angle Foot You were the first to fall in line to assist in making the Leader more Interesting in the corresponding department Is It possible that your brain leaks wOre upset last week on the road to publication If so perhaps you will stew the tide later Yours Bill Brains SOUR STOMACH + One or Two Miona Tablets and Presto Sour Stomach iis Gone IfI you want a perfect stomach want to get rid of food fermentation gas eructations heartburn bloating after meals and any stomach distress mo- NA stomach tablets sold and guaranteed by Haydon 4 Willettis the one speedy remedy sureI And mind you it is guaranteed with out any red tape and without any inIdigetiJionnauseabiJi9umess ness no matter how long standing or you can have your ixtonbaek If you have any stomach trouble Wha eVer try MIONA on the above liberat L basis You can put your stomrthjin tip top shape in a few days so that you can eat what your appetite dictates without fear of heaviness or fermentation Get a 50 cent box of MIONA stomach tablets today They are small and easily swallowed If taken regular ly will surely cure any case of stomach trouble Sold by Haydon Willett and druggists everywhere Litsey Miss Lylas Thbrapstjn is the guest of Misses Mabel and Narife nie ThOmpsonIMra Bellbaum and Miss Hege nia OBryan spent Friday witKi the Misses Kelly Miss Harvey VanArsdale who bas been sick for the past weeks much improved at this wrHng Misses Fannie McElroy and Lizzie Waters spent Saturday night with Misses Mibel and Nannie Thompson 4Mr Joe Grace is visiting his grandfather Master Jf B Williams has re turned home after a weeks visit to his grandmother Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mrs SallieGregory entertained the young folks of this neighborhood Tuesday evening Miss4Sarah Reed spent Frid y night with Miss Eleanor Reed- Valley Hill Mr and Mrs J R ONeal visited their daughter inSpring field Monday Mr S J Montgomery of Pleasatt Grove was here Sutur day Mrs Palmer Goatley spent last Wednesday with her sister Mis Wash Tucker near Springfield Mrs T C Tatum who has bad a severe attack of Lagrippe is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Jamas Moran Jr of Springfield spent Sunday with their parents here Mrs Palmer Goatly was in Springfield Monday tMrs Palmer Goatley atd Mrs Eliza Mudd were the guests of Mr Palmer Grundy and family Tuesday Mr SP Derringer of Spring field was here Tuesday Miss Ruby ONeal spent Sat urday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Chas Donahoe Miss Pearl Goatley spent several days of the past week with Mrs T J Settle of Maud Mr J C Harmon and Mr jl R ONeal and son Rober were L cLowns PLAT- SSHRUBS 1 1 Fk wcrsfor bedding and potsr I1 I decorative plants bulbs ofall kinds Fin1otofvegatableplants Paknt Geraniums Gladioli Cannas 1I 4 F ba Bcfowat Lilies Dohlia- aCilni VmsFuchsias Auricaria It lush Rubber Plants Caladiums Jf T 4 SultanasIII bays L complete stock of everythg aeii4fqthree etthe largestt whole sale LYlit rielJuitfiS6 United States t i asay y9VL iangy Sa fruit and o n 4 l pJ1ttN c pcOlD nta191 A WI iHHH J Th tmJOnl SlWc 6 K r I C L j III i Hatchett Redmon New FirmI Piffip it I Timing PIunmg 11 i 0Hot Watert and Steam Heating A SPECIALTY i ik Give us a trial All work guaranteed J Prompt Seryice t SPRINGFIELD KY t S =in Spripgfiekl Saturday after noon Ms Bessie Laic has returned to her home in Louisville after herIsister Mrs T S C Tatum- Mrs TcT Settle of near Maud spent last Thursday with Mrs Palmer Goatly For fear Mr Editor will not have room to print mysh rt letter I will stop RoseBudI Tick r ekiWhile news is scarce at this piece I will try tojot down a few items to the readers of the News Leader The farmers of this place are yery busy plowing and burning and sowing tobacco beds prepar ing for another crop Phillip Stump bought of J 0 Milton one in ire for 150 v Chas E Carter gall unite a IOGIdyMiss Susiel Mooley aQdhlrI uut Saran Ruby vistcd friends in Bardstown later part of lastI week Misses Hadon enertained few of their Mends on Sunday evening of last week in honor of Mr Edd Fenwick rflM Stump and family cf Sunny Side vaited J 0 Milton and wife last Sunday Wheat crops of this communi ty are a failure Frank Haydin Jr says his wheat field went DE mp3rAtic as Tick Creek al Hvaysgoes W T Carrico and wife visited his daugnter Mrs T G Stump and family last week Mrs J O Milton waS the guest of her father Tuesday of list week Mr Sam Best of Simmstown was the guest of Mr John Best last eJnesday andThlisday at fernjHill t Knowmenot ii- Notice All persons haying claims against tho estate of thelate John Burns deceased ill pre sent same to me pioperly proven on or before May 15 1911e John 0 Polin Executor Notic To whom it may concern Notice is hereby given that II will on April 11 1911 make ap plication for a par 01t9 he Honorable Bart of Prison Commiss ioners at Frankfort Ky- Joseph Reed 1911 SEiSON EARIY handshiwith plenty of action and no born and foot as you would want Has proven himtclf to be a fine breeder perfectly gentle to handle in every res tImake the season of 1911 at my stables at the Stonewall ririgfidI pike at 10 To lml Lhrtijg Boltf Montecns1oEarlysfirstdamLadydam JJettie by Sam Booker Early is he St roadhorse jfl the county Kt same time and place i Black Giztit tegfstcred 15f hands high cth white andjstthan any Jack you ever saw He irf a rJofseason at 10 To Insure a Living Colt ien retained on all colts to secure Service fee Money due when mare is parted WIth or bred toother stock AU care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur YourPatronage Solicited I A B HUNDLEY i SOME FINE FRITTERS1 SEVERAL WAYS JOF MAKING THESE TASTY ARTICLES Recipes ThatlncludeJjThose That Are Concocted With Oysters Current Jam Pineapple Salmon Orange and Crjnberry Plain Fritter Batter rBeat till lIght four eggs adding to hem four large tabl spoonfuls of sugar half a cupful of creamed butter pinch of salt two cupfulsone plntqjiiiiik and two tblrds of a cupful of four Use a per fecUyumooth frying pan or the cakes will Btlck butter Iti and when hot pour In enough batter to cover the bottom When done spread with Jelly sprinkle with pow edsugar and serve at onceon a Lpt platter These may a1sbe but erelli with a mixture of powdered sugar and cinnamon spread between and over them when served In layers they aro cut like a pie Oyster Fritters Nothing fo appeals to the epicure as oyster fritters toa cupful of the liquid of sweet milk four eggs a s of salt and enough flour to aiaiope stiff bat tar add a pint of oysters and fry In deep Tat at once garnished with white Celery tips Currant Jam Fritter Currant Jam fritters are a dream of richness make the usual batter and to every cupful and onehalf ot It add a upful of the Jam adding sug r to the latter before mixing Drop by spobnfQls from the spoon into hot fat j sprinkle with sugar and servo lthFcoaPineapple FrlttenMPIneapple frit ters are a luscious morsel gratethe fruit fine saving the juice and adding sufficient water to Wke It one pint sift one pint of flour using Juice to make the baiter onehalf tea spoonful of salt and yolk of one egg Drop by spoojifuls into hot fat drain dust with powdered sugar and servo Salmon Fritters The salmon frit ters are most appetizing and are more substantial than those of fruit they are made by stirring Into the plain batter etaough boned salmon to mate onehalf the quantity of batter drain on unglazed brown paper ahd serve on lettuce leaves or garnished with parsleyIOrange Ffliters The richness andI PlG1verblawith one teaspoonful of olive oil when mixed to a smooth batter add gradually enough water to make stiff enough not to run from the spoon Beat tho white of tie egg light and told Into the batter Put five or six slices of prange into this battqr cover well then drop into smoking fat and fry a delicate brown remove drain dust with sugar and serve Cranberry FrlttersrCranberry muf fins are a novel and delicious varia thin for the dally menu sift together two cupfuls of flour three heaping teaspoonfuls of baking powder one half cupful of sugar and one teaspoon fu of salt Beat two eggs add one and onehalf cupfuls of sweet milk andstir into the dry Ingredients then add two tablespoonfulso melted but ter and one cupful of halved berries Bake 20 minutes in a hot oven They may also be served wjth a sauce i Currant Jam Popovers To make usa two cupfuls each of flour and milk two eggs b ten until stiff onehalf teaspoonful of salt two of melted butter bake In cups When dono cut a little slit in each with a sharp knife and insert a spoonful pf currant Jam Serve with sweetened whipped cream The Housekeeper GETTING RID OF INSECTS They Will Depart If Wooden furnl ture and Crevices Are Washed With Weak Solution of Alum A housekeeper of long experlence says she no longerls Jfubledvl ll insects pests of any kind since an jld pook told hejUo Wtleh her shelves floors bedslats Buftau draweVs the wondworkjiround sink and all crovicca with a ijSUicr weak ablution of alum water Jr This eame housekeeper does her 1wnShe mixes a potuidof salt and pastetIn the brcal Ip the Irpn She then sets it away to dry when It be comes as hard as tl c Iran Itself and thoilcak stops Another of her con trlvaiiccs for softening hard water fo washing clothe was the night befqrd wash day to put about a peck of w od ashes In the bottom of a barrel and fill it up witH the bard water Bymornlug tile gon tIe alkali has softened the water as no modern washing pov dec does as safe I ly1 or any better Real Butler Scotch illow to one pound of brown sugar quo teacupful of watisr and a quarter cupful of butter Put ina saucepan over the fire and boil watching care fully until It begins to turn brVwiu The moment It r chesn piolden brown turn Into a shallow buttered tin Nover stir or touch with a spoOn Cake HInt A cake bad been jset away and for gotten until tt was as hard as tho pro Torbtal brick It yfas wrapped In Jotb wrung out of hot water and then LetIThis recipe has hefft tested r j ri IIp= 1t I ERIIt Ii I J I v Laces before you buy ItI is the most iI j attractive and Varied Six ekvw I y i have ever sho+ rv 5 I 1 I I1 11If f I Carpets lattingsi Rugs fail Paperp l udLace Ciiii i r j I c1 Carpets 3Sc to 70cIIIIIIIngrainI Carpets 90c to flV 110- I Velvet Carpets 85c to 100 I Mattings 12 l2c to 35c 1250 I You will i have forty different styles which to select I I 1 t I I 25cJIMaIiid I Frat Suits for Men and Boys II Cnninghain Whatofl1TT L lpaI r ItJ== ay SSsi NELSON II 7 No 2381 German Coach Will make the sea oI1 of 1911 at my stables at Card well cyat irI 12 To Insure a SSLiving Colt Nelson II i ii 9lid biack 16 lhands one inch high wpighs 1375 puuntls He has proven td be an dndjl breeder v v 4 ials i IiiIi setv v t f itw wvkvtwvv VHi S v v vvkV vvvvv aWvvvvjii vi II Hal Hafflh1to44326 I This fine trotting bred stallion will make tbs Si of1911 atm y f J place onehalf miIe fronvFrederickstown onBardstbwnroad at 15 T6 1 a Pvin Colt J f fHal Hamilton bay horse foaled byAlpha J 283751 dam Elkmaid fry Elkhoni DUO granddaih Sarah Francis by Madrid I 1835 Alpha J 4 dam TulluJah by Tennessee VHkesv2735 he byi George Wilkes record 222 Alpha Js dam Tatlulah J5y Brown 5 Hal 16935 I At same time and place will stand my Jack ff BlaoK Haw v tts Sflack Jack 15 hands lhigh 9voars tIe igy Litseys Old Black Hawk li ly Coy Wood lirstjlnm by Loan JI2 dam a blaekJcnnett with gOOdllOints He has lriven to be good breeder t severalofhis Colts sold last yar forl25 Jle vil1 nhluthiseason J Att 10 For a Mare Mule and 8 FortHorse Mule j Will also at the same iine arnip1ace stflhd ray Jack t Bill TagloraclMfick 111 hardfl hixrhiyojftj old He if UylMiiatreaus he by Prince vooiiijEyGv Uood lull Taylor isa half to Black wkon hisl1imsside lie will mAc the seos qnat JackII S8 To N IInsure aLuintLGjjH jPll l Lien retained on all colts sired by citheihqrBeor jacks lot service fee Money due when the fact is ascertained ware parted with or bred to another horse or jack Care taken tg prevent accidents but responsible should any occur iinot j JL HAMILTON I S p Frederic stown Ky WHERE VENEED ROTECTiO Not Against the Autocrat But Ira Outgrown Social Institu tion It Is not the autocrat but the out grown social Institution agftlngt which society rcqiUroa protiSction Not the legislature or the exccfutiver but tho taintlqn and the prevailing judicial and administrative procedure are InjI the way of progress or rather carry Ing tho analysis one step farther our thlIIIzo them Knowledge and conviction have gone fai ahead of existing me chanism end habit The clash is none the less real because it Is not between1 two distinct classes Between a ruling dais and a revolting class for exam pie but rather between our own elves oft tradition and habit on ttio one hand and ourselves of the present cnvlronment and new standards These conflicts with our own Inherited tradi tions aqd habits are perhaps the most exasperating and traslc of all J A Judicial Expert J The native Hba stogIeS met tile native with a pipe Howdy Zeb tjuoth tbS stogie native Hear bout th fuss down toth court house Nope drawled the man with the pipe What was It npout Why Jim SImpson has been su tog Abner Hawley forallenadn th aKectioBs of his wIre dnr Jedge Mus grove told th Jury to bring In a ver cnusohe0tliought worth lo Jlm An Jims wife got mad an threw La chair at thV Jedge and ho dhor arrested an putintb cooler ut didnt th Jedgo go a beLle tod far when he fixed hpr value so IbW7 Not at alt no tat aliY he ia her flrat husband Two u45leuLlUtfi jvyile Spy jm wJisU is a bookwpnu Pa A bool worm tniy Son cIther apersoujbo wuuld MJhijrretiiVa book than eat or a worm fl wculit rathoroat b ok than ri1tltflOeWS 1 9x12 AxrninistertRugs 1 20 lo 2500 I9jii2 Vevet I9x12I from ri young Duncan Registered Insure KNO t CREEKSOCKFARMI I Please Readand Think iit Ovt- rLIGHTNP t t RED 2272 r i ij t t inoloVIASJIBA l I t Sired byJLightfoot Brummell 1324 he by Beau iBrummell 800 tf Dam Daisy qleif762l A S H B A by C tCann then Brook 1 DESCRIPTION Bed Sorrell stripe fn face two short aUJckin 15 34hands weight 1100 very smgothe head pad neck like a geld ings Notziblemisn nor a weakspot about him Seveh years old ijas been shown in harness rings roadster rings five gaited addle rings combined rings double team rings and Was shown wbea aIthree year Oldf for lest stallion and three of his colts getpf that year and he only tbree Colts and he that In 191tt he de his firSt i 8 now at Harbiq county fair an4 llost He won first every show be madethe remainder of tjfe show season including the Pembroke Horse ShowiKy State l air and Ten StateFairi He made his last show atthe florsa Show at CJarksvnieTenn arid won first in the 200 harness Isstake for Jlionst mares and geldings with sixteen j k horses In the ring He is breeding very strong after himself About threefoirthofhis colts are sQrrels and good gaited I have a two yearold aorri jl stufl byhimthatI think without a doubts the best prospefct in Kentucky jnuch betterthan his afrthfe same getf Here yoU have a chance t9 breed td a horse that is cqfore4 righted T rightbredsright gaited right andjs right and jie pric is I jightCv ad winning hdwhorsri ih the best Company and Tennessee H6 wilL make the hfhfprovenhimSelfl season oft9 Stock Farm LaRiie r couutylalI 1 25Tp Insure a Living Colt t Jlllr s lept n pasture at12per month If gptin wilt be harged for dost atue t attend tpthia bsin ss myselfl o proper care wm 1e khkcn but Ii not be 1esponsibJeshQu1d1any lu aFe- foccuL 4 S J THOMPSON 1 r r tqd ntErifraIcYt f 1 7 iSlable Dehmapc V r 1 l IS f Sired by t Highland Denmark Istdam by the Kentucky dnd and MissOuri Champion Saddle Horse Thornton star 2d dam b1L I III Art me h by Artjst and out of a Mont Rose mare J NoblaDqmark is a great bred saddle horse havilJAthe blood t thebestsad4he sires He is a chestnut J5 hands S inc highs t Lasttyear l i fJiirsein 8004comPany As a breeder his first seesot jpfr colts won first ahd second ties at our last fair He aiid bis cclta won the herd 1ring and he yon for fihest sjtallion mare or gelding alspiother prem his this Mf Shropshire who trained Ednaj Mae Red ald anil other notedshow horses has had Noble iDeninark in the past Viriter and says heis the best galtjeH Highland ililiumsin he ever saw also there was not a finer h6ii within 100 Lexington Josh B Bbwleasays he js the best type for a I t allioo he kqows crf Matt Cohen said he resembled gaited very much like the champion saddle horse Star vMcDonald j m I ask ow qrs of ood mares to study his breeding gsjitaT hia In dividuality and soundness and comparerhim to any other lioti before Breedirig elsewhere Your motto should ba ulways breed to tie bes- tarrii n01who keeps tho bestp fot I have owned the Only Sfallior inVashihgtr yiuty fhat have sired premium colt for the last ten years You 0past P trenage has been ajpreiated and ask for a continuance of same asISbelieve I anvoflering a stallion which has no superior4n this or adjoining coo n tics NobTa Denmark wIll stand At2OTInsueaI LivingCo1t j Mont Wood I will also stand the wellkbownjltreeder Monte Wood also known as the horse W S Gibbs hidiafthe stud for several yara All who tried him liked him He waTtjred by DasbwoM hi J Monte CrisoIb9 and let dam by MarkDissnond 49 Moat Wpe1s first dam byEdwin Forrest Ho is daTJ ly hasids 3 iR highFa horse ith ptoiiiy of bone and substance Bod t QiMiu a awaiber ot good mares and geldings In Washington county S MB fc 10 I will Btajidiuy two mule Jacks at 10 4o lnaw i Kvi4ic eat bred to this stock traded offor bred to ethiic1 iis due Mares pastured at 200 perkmonth IIMares B B LEACttMAN Spri T1 Chi1ct3enTFOR FUTCHE C ASTORIA r f 7 7 Dt a1 imm- M 4O NT DENTIST fttpi EXTRACTED ytff tiOUT PAIN 4 OiiiMM t Meek HP Ulr liMtlNGIllDD KY All pnt1 Work Strictly i FirttclaM DR JC MUDD k jkiii Md Sugcu Oc faoimrS to9 am lto2pm- OMcevover Haydon a Drug ptor J4 11 IIL Lampton M ft t Mfce ta Hera Mwse s omcc PJteI He w RtaldtRce He 38 j III VWFGR1GSBV tf ATTORNEY AT LAW I oe r feople Bank iPWNOFDEIJ XY fe Dr MW HYATT Ofic over Red Cross Drue 5ior Office hours Hyatt 1080 Ito 12 m 4 to 5 pm i r JQBNY MAYES i FOIEBUL iiiKtCTOB A AD11CFISEQ EM8AIMER jTELEPHONE Dr19aNIQHT7 SM6HEIDI i cjv f OB W F TRUSTY N PRACTICAL tf 4r DENTISTif Office over HiT lon Barber t if a Pent ifprk at reasonable prices ij worguaranteed t d SPRiNGFIELD KY iLI ci T Railroad Schedule Following Isthe time schedule J c coif in effect on the Bardstown aaU Springfield branch railroad l i V Mo 41 Leaves Louisville iat Yi 430 Jm Bardsibwn Junction r p m Bardstown 606 p m arrivee at Springfield 655 pm No42Leavcs Springfield nt 600 am Bardstown 645 a m Bardntown Junction 780 sIn anve atLonisville 820 a in iNo 48rLeaves Louisvillea i i 720 a mT Bardstown Junction 1 855 a mi Bardstown 1Q05 a m arrives at Springfield 3140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield alt ItOOjim Bardslown 220pjnf r Bardstown Tinction 410 p m r j jv arrives at LomUville 545 p n I L Fruit and Shade TreeB I1I j SiIwber Plants r Aspifagns Ba kberries1Rasp j3i Wriier Roses Rhubarb etp f Write for free catalogue We vendagenjs 9 ttt HF Billewcjer iSon t t Lexington Ky l 1 Screen LIII jLThurS11 J w6 I iI TOWN rirliij W WHappenings of Interest f Freshest and Latest I 1 1I beutYuelrFrlendi i IuMMIi MMMM FOR I SALE Baled Timothy hay Willard Thompson FOR SALE Ten 3year old maks W Bf Leacbman Poi SALE Two good Jersey milk cows SP Derringer Rhode Island Red eggs 50c G Wash Tucker Barred Plymouth Rock egg- S1fOrj FOR SALE 2 stackst of good oats and 600 bales ofvhay Turner Derringer FOR SALE A few fine Dnroc Jersey Boars and gilts TDTapp FOR SAtE2 cows and calveS and 3 sows arid pigs J A Coulter rS WANTEDA reliable tobacco tenant Must be recommended 8 C McGill FOR SALE Ono registered Durpc Jersey Boar W G Grundy FOR SALEDlack Minorca Eggs5clor 15 COckerels 75 cents Mrs J W Willett FOR RENT 3 rooms on first floor garden and orchard 7 al month Aboye graded schools Mrs Sal le Eppert onv FOR pianc Reason for selling is lack of room for it Apply at this office Rhode Island Red egg for sale 1 and 2 per setting from penyard SOc SMrs J I Martin fFOR SALE 400 bushels machine cleaned good heavy plump early black seed oats P S Barber ig0 pass official inspection your sheep must be dipped in an approved dip Use Minors Fluid Haydon Robertson Mrs Q L Brady has eggs for sale from prize winning and good laying stock of Barred Plymouth Rock 15 or 1 00 FOR SATES 0 Brown Leg- hOrn eggs and S C Buff Orph Ington 1 for 15 Mrs B L Litsey Wemanufacture an incubator that can not be overheated Send for full particulars Tutane Incubator Brooder Co Lebanon Ky- When you order White Rose and B nToI son flour you favor yourself and your neighbor T J Miller proprietor of Willis burg Roller Mills See what Mr W T Cbilton Secy Ky Sheep Breeders Association says about Minors Fluid as a dip In free booklet at our store Haydon Robertson Mrs ON Willett route 2 has for salepure Columbia Wyan dottseggs 100 for 15 Madisoji Square Garden Winners also S r 001for001 1 i ii ft tTHE WONDER WASHER I A f L Absolutely Guaranteed PI every respect Willwsh a wrieeki in 60 I Call and letl us s i tb yDUnutesII Wirer atthebuJe Ware 1dAcquaintances ptrsejtiqgMrs SALESquare washing bow5lit NwPerfection I Oil Stoves cheap Razorsb 1 at half prices II I II I I rw Local The IITO P1681l oooo A brass band will be in attendance at the lot sale on Sgctur day April 8th FQR SALE First class bailed tirnbthy hay extra gOod C L Brady WANTED A blacksmith and wood workman combined Brown Bros Simms Ky The ladies of the colored Methodist church of Springfield willj serve a dinner County Court day in April Mr Joseph C Kelt and Miss Lee no Newton prominent peo ple of the Holy Cross neighbor wermarried this week or SIhe will of Mr J D Barker was probated Mon lay and his wife qualified as Executor of his Estate sM Campbell be auctioneer at the lot sato and judge of the walking contest Saturday April 8h V FOR SALE PRIVATELY =One cooking stove in good condition Reason for Sellings that I am gong away BettyGrahamI IMrsF OR SALEiS Durcc Jersey gifts weighing about 150 pounds dqa to farrow in March Also bailed timoth nay I SGen T Clements jAsk your Live Stock Jnspec tor about Minors Fluid An approved dip that will cure and prevent scab and kill Jtcks and lice At flaydonife Robertson jA prize of 5 is offered by the akefiald Realty Co to the pupil of the Graded School who wjrites the best essay onuWhy yOn should build in High School qourt 4 The dinner served by the ladies of the Pleasant Grove church on county court day was Well attended and a splendid dinner was served and a handsome sum realized A Musical Comedy will exhibit at the OperaHouse S tutdayI night As there has not aI show at the Opera House for some time there will doubtless- 1e a full house on handIDisc harrows at cost Now is oats sowing time wheat drills at cost Wire fence cheaper than any for quality Bucgies your own price A C KimballI i atII rThree lots valued at 800 each Jwill be given away bv Wakefield Reality Co ort Saturday April 8th at 10 a in Every white person who enters High School Courtwill be entitled to partici ute in the free drawing Come in dud get a choice lot without cost On of the features of the lot sale on Saturday April8th will be Walking Contest for which 5 will be given the winner A line will be stretched across the street at the Court House as a starting point and the man who first walks to High School GJU will be the winner Contest bcj gins at 930 a in and every white person may compete if We have been informed that some miscreants base recently been dynamiting fish in some of 1the streams of the county We can see spine mitigating circum standes in the case of a man who Violates the seining law or the rap law because in these cases man takes whit he catches without wanonly destroying thousands of tish which he doer not get as is the case when dyna mite is used ThH offenders should be diligently sought out and when found give if a good reminder of the law in that res pect Saturday April1st Mr Howard a Louisville tailor will be herb with a full line of thevery newest suits Seperate skirts coats and linen suits Remember these are all hand tailored gar ments Come in and give him your order Mrs Williams Exlpn1 pro u Iinn are henig w Ue U lujtui JghL4JtIl jmicet41uuht prop prepare tbefhes The sale of lofs will b held on Sat furday AprilSthat1iO oClo am and it is expected that one of the largest crowds thatever attended a sale in this citv will be there The lots are all very chjjifabe and within bye minutes walk ol ibo Court Hqusefc Medical Society to Meet The Washington County Medi cat Societytwill meet at t isj place on Tesday1April 4th DrJ G Carpenter Pretident elect of the State Medical Socie ty will lecture on Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Everybody is invited to atend the lecture and ntIselvestend so instructive and valuable a lecture I iGraded SchoIt A petition was piled in the County Court Monday for the establishment of a Graded School at Ma kville Ky The people of Mackville have always taileD lIvo interest in school work and always have a good school at that place H ITseem to have caught the jtomotnle le- veras four new wacinesharear rived here in the pst week Mr C D Rob rtsou bits purchased a handsome E M F which was delivered oh E1ati Thurs day On Sunday morning Messrs J C McElroy LH O McCartv and C L Minor wnt to Louisville and brought out that night their new Fords Messrs Mc Elroy and McCarKy purchased touring cars and Mr Minor a roadster Several other parties have the fever and before the belfffteenj U Good Roads Meeting The good roads tntetingat the Court House Monday was ajitecd ed bva fair representation of the citizens ol the County and we are glad to report that every one who attended manifested that interest in the matterS that is calculated to ar use a general interest in all citizens of the County Speeches were made by lIons jT S Mayes ard Judge 1 H ThurmanTi well as a general discussion by qth + citizens Mr IT J Miller was elected presi AssociIf president appoint three men in each voting preciict to form a county Good Rods committee theIhis road purposes The Fiscal Court mcets next Tuesday as the road question will be one of tie main things discussed on tha dav it is the wish of the members of that body that a number of the peo inIterest in the m tter by being presentand offering any sugges makeIary that all the people should Cooperate to that ejnd Hretofore some sectionsotjthe county have missed their years work allottel to them and the fn mey had to en back to the general fund We would earnestly urgo that tie people in every section cooperate vith the pupervisors in securing Ssome good road man to take their section and not let this mojpey escip from their c mmunityii ggestions how the expenditure to secure have of have one of Je which is to begin at one place and let the money go as far as it will and the nt year the same waywith sorrje other section For ourselves we desire to say that we are unalterably opposed to this method and believe tha it would be flelervedly unpopu lar in the coufrly as the unwork ed sections wquld be destroyed before the mVhey woud get all around besides it could not be done without discrimination We believe that J whatever money thire is should bequitably dis tributed according to the amount of travel on a TQad The folio wrag gentleman are named as members of the Good Roads AassocattonC BarbersTMoor SVUl p B Sutherland Drifl N Shean1SG Hardest Willisbug J J Sharp JFRobinson L1T Hardm North VHV Mllbufn W T Vfitchul Wj1 Sanders friHWfrin W L Grahara W A Robr s Vjyne Bjr sfA Mackville Henry Hilton W L Shewtniker DaweiSimpson- Pottsvillet J D Yankey Chas Goode Richard Durham Springfield No 8 Lien d Ray d nJ W Funk Frank Mont gomery Springfield No 9 Sidney Os borne J K Walls Robt Mc Iptire Springfield No io E H Don elly J R Wnartou W A Olementis Kellys Shop RM Thompson IjementsIHavsRoberters ICoinstock Pile Mr Jessie H Pile and Mis Mary Comstock were married in Louisville yesterday Mr Pile is a son of Mr Ben Pile and an industrious farmer while his bride is a daughter of Mr George Coinstockof Valley Hill and a popular joung lady Settles Mr Bost Settles died Saturday morning at hjs home near Willisburg of pneumonia Mr Settles was a young man about 1heMr Settles was a farmer and en joyed the respect 5fr aUjwho knew him Funeral services were conducted at Willisburg Sunday morning The young wife has the spmlatbtptl alt in her bereavement I Kelly Mr C M Keljy fsrmiliarly known as NNeale Kelly dird in Louisville Ky on last Saturday after a lingering illness of cancer of the tongue Mr Kelly was born and grew to manhood in this county and was a SOl of Dan and Rebecca Kehy He was 01 years of age and up until about ten years ago was a real dent c f this county While here Mr Kelly was a farmer and stood high in the public estimation of the P ople ofihe county He waa high minded hpnest and worthy citizen vho believed in rendering to every man that which it was his right to enjoy Funeral services were conducted Monday at St Oeceli is and burial wasin St Louis Ckiueery Goode The death qf Mr Wm Goode which occurred in Lox ington yesterday came as something of a shock to his friends and acquaintances here Il was but a few days ago when he was seen on our streets apparently in the best of health He had gone to Lexingtcn to attend to somebusiness and wasP stricken suddenly with paralysis Mr Goo e was 51 years of age and was born near Laxingtou Ky About 24 years ago he was mirried to Miss Mattie Barlow camelLereI property hereand in Lexington His remains will be brought henf to night and the funeral will be from the Christian church to morrow and burial will be in Cemetery HillI He is suryived bv his wifp and one child Mrs- iFrutx Notice Notice is hereby given that all licenses will be due on April 1st All persons doing business in the City of Springfield who are required to have a license shouldcall on JFi B Noe City Clerk without further notice Thordi nances provide a penalty for doing business without aI license J C McElroy Mayor 1 For Sale JOne 6 year old mare ne8I- year old saddle lhoiso and one pound mule BYONPARKS tEFCNALI Mr and MrsAVtjE Selecumo and daughter Mrs JV 0 Mc 9bord Jr have returned CrQm a trip to Florida Mr John H Brown of Lel anon was iu town Mopdav ntJBank has been ill for several days He was tak m to Danville Ttfesday Miss Lyllfc Thompson of Indianapolis lndf is the guest of friends here Mrs Katie Williams and IspendingdaysinLouisiIle JMcOabEtwerdan Saturday daughterMiss e returned from fa visit to Dr Geo Sliaunty iaLoivil1e Rev and Mrs R E Q Law sari have returned from Louisville Dr Gablmrt of Mac villewas here Tuesday Mr Howard McElroy has returned from Louisville Mr lii Mrs John D Clements Of Lebanon were here yesterday Mrs Lloyd Mudd and Mrs J E Carrio of Holy Cross visited relatives here yesterday f Mrs Jas Moan Jr and Mrs SiH Bishop spent Sunday at Mt Zioni Miss Hays of Louisville iigjhe guest of her sister Mrs Robert T Bohanjion JILotuslast w ek MrJas i Royalty as io Louisville Tuesday Mrs Ella Grume of Maud spent Wednesday with Mrs Jennie Barlow Mrs RC hoblitt and son Clel visittd Mrs H M Noe at Cdmpbellsville last week A McDowell of Danville was in town Monday Mr A G McElrov is cn the sick list this week Mr Herman Purdom wets in Louisville Friday Mr Hamilton Robertson of the Mattingly Moore Distillery Co 1at home for a few days Mr Pat Tobin lleft Tuesday fora visit to his brother JUt at Fairfield Surprise Dinner Mrs H B Bonta ofMt Zion was the recipient of a surprise dinner On last Sunday in celebra tion ol her 64th birthday arinl versarv She bad been invited away from home ostensibly to partake of a dinner prepared elsewhere wnenvtbjier surprise shcr found her own tabla loaded down with Everything good to eat During the morning which was an inclement one she was kept in her room by several persons who insisted that the rain would cease in time for her to take her visit during this time several whomshe least suspected on the plaqe wera busily engaged in the kitchen preparing turkey sa ads1 cakes etc which were secretly carried to the house for this occasion Vyhert Jnvited out to dinner this good old mother vas so com pletely surprised and overjoyed that she almost wpt Those present topartako of the sofj prise dinner were Mr and Mrs Geo Tewmey Lexington Mr and MJs J s Hayes Mtrr Zi jbViillafPmk6ton and Maple Hill Mr and Mrs S H Bishop and Jas MoranJr and wife ot Springfield Uno tJlbH SAL400 bushels 0r1 mcBOrchard Grass SeedalL60 perbushel Jail at once Iu LABurns kOoooooooooooo OOO Friday and Siamnday f o- o March 31st April iatt f g OPENING V I WJWAMS MILLINERy g 8c8 8 5per cent discount for cAsh 0000 OOGOOOO OKOOCOO g4Kc i i Ii MILINERYI tL1 R jl i li f f l PENINGI tJ FridayN alldd SatllrdayM- ARCW3iAPRIL y I 1st t = 11rt Wathen Shad r T r RequesUthe privilege of showing g you their line of beautiful hats se f r cleCted for the pnng and summer r t9 Seasons f Special Discounts to the trade4SI 1 i j rUg IIl II I j i l gdze on4 U e appetizing cakes pies buns br Ml confectionery They look goodand are god IIand wm l i I11 e MkJj11wi J 1 fio1t1 1 Hungry t ISPlO if you JaKe some hone the family J will Mxr t1i Everything Apm LownejCkocaIajo pir ialm ice pie is the bait of its Kind whoTi 1 I mad and perfectly delicious ifl IIwe Giaca IIJjL1EiIj J + 4A tThe Celebrated Brown itI I I Pivot Beam Combined Cultivatorrrr X1 The best on the market f i A G KIMBALL I i i Prices For 1911 Indian Mofocycfes I 19 TheaboveIsthe5and7hp twin cylinder chain drive machines 1MIIThe following are the sizes and mpdets of the IdIan Kot that will be built during the year 1911 Add 10 tochiitaeklM freight or express diarges 1 24Kp single cylinder battery ignitjon awfr 11930 13Si 1 I ptIi 1 lr SstL NjG MARKS SfiifMMMWf Ky I WE DANL1OONEE 11f USE t 4ii Jt fvf t 0 1 Jtttzj CHACSTOIJcfL J t r r Ipr J 1c Miden In the r r LJ i 1JtJjfI 1i f t 1 w II flU1PIII hr uM Lkrv Pisi 7 FMvtteMfMtte Mart K ri4ea M lkVi in 1fcS BMWfflUlM WIUt tkaacbttbi a ftWWft bs iMjaiBtfy bM WIIIHlf that tM 3 Jwmlto etwT ts t Ml 4bf fifct MM et tfcfa attWa1f All tide irqwM ttHlcate that 3kILiL ItorMM b4 aaMii hwwfcsw with tH jibtks et wtJ h4 OM Dilly Cawls M t y4 MMir tad rec pjr kt XwI uIbOtt ha aX i His IIJMi MM woaM hveTe fw4 M sM MM to ec tD61U1 t va iit at tocttt t Her kbut d lifMi tMllfttKt a1Meupted Ms c iaalrin iii IM ive Xwifeft WM wl7 OM of the WW J ig wW h4 poas Ware hat be t Mmg ot klI own WIngs fr Utterly JIM ee tS of the fU aec ttftferwMt a eeaiplete tj r It Ke br9o4M over his trst r ty bwW ot ft wosa c t stboiy all the eieen ir itcreh ii4e 1 t jOt i tySvSlr with ttr eMait fJ h r Emm wbearable He wet JMeA1oXeirMem sic m4 the BcklfS as I t its yetet ejt nlU i am We aMert- iMMt el IWM aM lohlB Cackle was L iIl Ae beet tht coal beffoctired S MW TMic The Gethamlte h ate4 ttohed and sd erer fek Akappolatlng love s Us Marts ceateat No theegto ef bmtoiss teJft his mind I 4S M sbM M bmtous Merideas father W WcMisfrlly btO4 with the fetOs Mi bears el Wall ttrMt and at his 4Mh UMP was zsea for i f kk wliy hfefiW work There wasy Mmsey saika4 ie apareJio mat f 0 tor how sictravailat this scion of the I hsMi alclK l Ora4 idl7 R CMM to JCeriaea how 2J rer that thevchta of DeUT were be isissMc vere a4 mo Infrequent HOT tee hie Wrt re aeM Its cutt tI tewry thvsap Heritev was shocked yeJaei lie was ea peUted la him tCMeeeati l arvItag over the I- nesas4eytabutthathewouId f Bye awera atvet Tesaaia true forever q 0 TThe Hawntlnf Stralne of an Old r FrrLevsngS ti7nag hermit of the Bolides care fally Jolie together a steel rod and attached a andy fly to a silk line A crystal strUm swung its roving way put JiSa TeQ feet la the very act of whipping hla long lime to the clatlllatlng ripples a et Ifteca feet below Meriden p 4 a ttartled expression In hlf I 4IejeL To hha had come on the clear SSwIqa of the morning the haunting strains of an old French love song in a rich girlish soprano Sllentlr bthye th reeled his line and turned c tHt tii the direction from which t Ute sefig bed come As Merfdea hurried on glad that his long slieace was at last to be ended the seac came to a thrilling close I The gk the yOung New Yorker sought aftlii ftherolce iHI cultivated voice1 said Merlden ail he sat before the fireplace In his Jrt that sToniEr ana gave himself ap te dreams A cultivated voice 1f1 IeviMardoneand here in the f aie atains It Isnt so bad after all yolceJi dea tlUee his monologue in disgust ItwaiibioWtovomancetohavebJ I heart assure him that the Dolly Con f d4a affair was only an episode and Mot trasjedy OeteaeiblA JCeriden rifle in hand dayIlj rhe we peelUve she wat beautiful+ tlagerI ef the day before The huBtweans quut was futile Sf amether cull existed near that of Ute yeuth It was cleverly concealed And yet the New Yorker was per sietent He searched day and night hiti- stt TAweek later this yearning had be wuir tSHouBly considering tnft advlsabllitj e peeking tip his trips land effects oj returning to the city One morning he stood In a reverie by the banks ot the very brook he had begun to fish when tbe mysterious slater had manifested her presence In the vicinityFBang llsll out of the brush at the mountains iedge jut above him sprang a fright jened DIana capless and with her dark hair over her shoulders as sho sped silently toward Merideh Tie keen eyes of the youth summed up the rare beauty of this forest ad veatuTess before the grizzly that ho iMtUactlveJy knew was behind her case lumbering into the open There 11 little fear In the heart of a hungry bear The great brute came PR la itt shambling rapid pace and trbutraCK before the grotesque giant Merlden took steady aim and fired The great brute wavered only for minute Again a face full of shot tolila tale of torture to the Spartanlike savage and again the brute rallied The girl with a dashed by and othInto the face of the animal Then Meriden felt a crushing blow on hit head and he knew no morec1 Are you bettermITh young came hi8I ssiSss to findhlniself In a bunk The cabin seemed to be one similar to his own A cheery fire burned In the fireplace Just oppgsltel and A fussy iron teakettle hung on tIrons gave the room a homelike apIpearance Are you better felterated the soothing little voice and a cool band sought the feverish brow of the man What happened asked Merlden laconically The bear you blinded It struck you before it turned to retreat I had to leave you white I went for father and then we brought you here to our cabin1 But where are wer came from Meriden As he spoke his invest igative fingers tenderly touched his aching head It was bandaged Not over a mile from your place came from the smiling girl We are concealed by a large ledge The maid wU that the1 man who hadnt seen a woman In months could de sire She was clad in a neat hunts womans suit that served to accentuate her athletic shoulders The maids eyes suddenly turned serious 1 dont know what I should have done sho said simply If itt Pact bean torou You saved my life Father has gone to dig some herbs for a liniment for your head FattierIII He made his money Jn the hills gold you knowand every year we two come out here to live close to nature I am Daphne Harmon r You are not seriously hurt she continued You will be all right In a few days but of course I shall keep you here and nurse you untilI you have recovered Meriden became a wily pessimist I recoyer slowly be said I alI ways recover slowly from sickness repeatedwlthpecuJlar The girl blushed and suddenly turned away her head In the heart of Meriden there was no thought of Dolly Condon Lincoln Liked Praise At the Republican club Lincoln dir nCr In the Waldorf William Barnes Jr showed a letter jwhlch he said Abraham Lincoln sent to his grand father Thurlow Weed The letter Is dated from the executive mansion Washington March 15 1865 and is as follows Every one llkea a compliment Thank you for yours on my little not tlcatlon speech and on the recent In augural address I expect the latter to wear as well as perhaps better than anything I have produced but I believe itlis not Immediately popu Uar Men are not flattered by being shown that there has been a difference between the Almighty and them To deny It however in this case is to deny that there is a God governing the world It Is a truth which thought others might afford for me to tell It J Mr Barnes said the letter had never before been made public Ney York Times Might Have Been Worse Off A Chicago mother who desires her children to be highly cultured decided not long since to kill two birds with one stone Hereafter she explainedii every child who suffered the weekly shampooing without fussing would be rewarded with a story told during the d pleasinghlag for nlne7earold Harold the nat i ratlve of The Little Princes of the Tower and their tragic fate I dont know mumbled Harold as the soapy water ran down his sbrlnk Ing countenance but edrownedthey Ld4ldnrweek Considering the Prleof Hats The ParsonAnd you say your wire was thinking ofthe womens hats all the time she was In church Te Deaconrm afraid she was par son Tm sorry Her mind should be on higher things Great guns parson Are there anr higher things than womens hats l i 1 2VeG Away AhsotutelFreeofCst if The Peeefe Gemea SHe Medical Adviser In Plain HH + +rMvKe SimtHtvl by R V Pierce M D 1 GUeC Cmtt i PtiyMeJea to the lavalid Hotel se Sur- ii4 t 4atBt6Ioa freek elHIII urge pv4is and ieVerTN HhMtealea m stroMf fSftr covers to way one cendbtf 21 OHftatte lost of Preach Cloth jSeeiMM eM pISs FraUy Doctor Book were void ia cloth F Ua4htf tIt MtfNiMyoH ef LJt AKerwsr one ed a halfaillipji7 it 1IeIIt tuups1 A M1ffuodate revised edition kyrsyJ ktw HS NOW b4es all are goes Address Wias Dis emi MOCLTIOfr LV Flare M D Preideat JIiIN Y rJ w1Ecws PATOBIITB Pit E CJtIION cIewsss pever ekss4s geds frit e ksr DHptiOb lRDtIOtDY lor wesses wWek e j Uol mml 16NaDative an if i llOCNtf rootsr wsa isi ftthftIi cTA HOW TO COOK ONIONS THEY NEED NOT ALWAYS BE PLAIN lOlLED OR FRIED ormta for Stuffing Them With Sati psagsparing Potatoes and Caull flower Theda1are avelalehousewlfewhomult iis put upon her mettle as a marketer Onions we always have with us and they are excellent in other waystbesides plain bollc1 or fried as r hommonlyiJlani For Instance they can be qtuffed the sweet Bermuda onions be purposeaere andboUecaq duitelleaving just a shell Mince the part t takena hardboiled egg two tablespoonfuls f bread crumbs seasoning as liked announce of butter four drops of ta leyf110crumbs scattered 7ver the top a tiny bit of thin bacon Is put on each liter which they are baked 30 inlnutes or until agreeably soft II Potatoes the dependable have the tf culinary virtue of being infinitely varP able For Instance when tolled and t pakedltittle wearisome and the homely tu hers are no longer young enough to themIpaked with eggs For a moderate elzed dlsb in this style you will need four coldboiled potatoes and six hard i boiled eggs all cut in slices about a fourth of jm Inch thickIPut a layer of the potatoes in the baking dish which must be well buttered seasoning with salt and pepper and cover with a layer tof the eggs Repeat this and pour over the result two cps of thin white sauce Cover with cracker crumbs soaked in butter 1andFor those to whose digestions the sturdy sausage fillings would be anath ema this more delicate method may appealSCook and scoop out the vegetables as before but stuff with a filling made of equal parts of chicken cooked1 soft stale bread crumbs anjd the removed part of the onions This should be slightly seasoned with salt and pepper If liked and lp to be inelfr1edsoaked in butter and bake as described above In cooking cauliflower try simmer halt1waterand appearance of the flower After wSrd the liquor which will have boiled down In the process for thig vegetable should never be cooked with the lid on the vessel may be thickened with butter and flour after which one has a tasty sauce with out further trouble CARD INDEX FOR KITCHEN Every Housewife Will Be Glad to Have This Service for Filing Away Her Recipes The housewife whose kitchen Is full of modern appliances will hall with delight the new kitchen card Index for favorite recipes cleaning devices and other useful Information which each new cook has to be taught The young housewife may start with a few cards in a small index set on the kitchen dresser then as she accumulates more and more useful in formation or gets better recipes for the same things she can discard and enlarge her files until she has enough to fill up one drawer or a small cabin et which may be put on a shelf In a convenient spot Then when she wants to clean something and Is not quite sure how to do It she opens the drawer finds the name of the article and there Is the very latest Idea clipped perhaps from the daily paper or supplied by friend telling her how to do the cleaning and exactly what the results Kill be A small Index may be made at home out of a stiff shoe box or in fact any cardboard box divided off by strips or cardboard with a letter clearly in scribed at the top Between these 26 partitions put blank cards which may be bought at any stationers shop and write or typewrite on them clearly the recipe you want to remember or paste yourS newspaper clippings on them in phabetical orders and your index is complete Tappt Then Scotch Recipe Threequarters pound of cheesey four eggs two ounces of butter four iltces of bread cayenne salt melt the cheese with half the butter and some seasoning In a stew pan Make four slices of toast cut off the crusts and butter them Poach the eggs as neatly and evenly as possible pour over the toast the cheese then on each slice llay an egg putting a tiny piece of butter and a dust of cayenne and salt over each Serve very hot sufficient for four persons Use for Coffee Cans Many people use the tin cans which coffee comes In for holding other arti cles To save time In loosening the tcpt buy tome of the knob handles which are used on kettle covers and screw them into the center of tht cover DqseConfoun theCoyote i Montpellerdoncherknow PinkEyedWheg1 called for whisky he sett the botUe on the ounter and offered ni teaspoon I C Ciivufteur as Critic Dramatic critics could take a les son from taxicab drivers In the art al damning a play said a western capablllt7the7exercising their talent The other night I told a chauffeur who had drlv enul to tt certain theater that he mJjht cau f Us and take us home Very well said he About what tJ mefA t the end of the second cU Why at the end of the second scU I asked IJ1 guess the rest of the play no good said he Anyhow a part of the audience goer tome thentNfaw York Spa i LEFT HIM HOLDING THu LINE1 0Seems Mean Thing fc Do But Many yll Sympathize r Irate I4buC withfTilt night was still Nights gener ally are The ttbus bolder had built a fire in the wood at ve with a couple f old newspapers hlch Avarined up e vicinity eufllclen ly to enable him to prepare for bed rtthout excessive suffering Then he Bade a shivering run for the bed and crawled beneath the covers with cha lerlng teeth and hooked hisj knees ot r his ears in his effojt to keep warm Then he swOre tar down in the unlighted coldmattunged hallway the telephone buzzed me tHy The house tried pars ade himself that i hetinkleof the window but Rhe telephone ob jectedj strongly to this and buzzed fu rlo ftrhoI rOse and hurried own the stairs They were not warm The hall was coldlan4 silent ThE telephone kept u Its persistent JamoriEHo said she householder wrathfully E1lol1 iSvthat 3456 inquired a mascu- linel voice tf Yes said the householder what dye want JiveInextdoorhouseholder o f lLSTPsh said the krolce youd send ver There and ask Miss Mulllns tc come to tile phone t Huhr inquired the househpldei If unbelievingly vlslot a Of dressing in tthe cofd room and parading out intc I the njght flooding bis brain Get her can said tb voice Im soonSSErI Got to catch caDltoHold the line he said Then he WellttoIsnt that our phone asked thr househp1ders wire Her a while Iv been iiearlng it for halt an hour It aint fir us aaid the household er curling up comf rfably TheT the wrong numher4wanted some hadI named Mulllns j i AMISiTAKE Smithson I thhjk we ought to dc memoryI He wasnt much accountbut he had a corking fine memory An Exaggeration Mrs E U Thomas the day het horse Nemesis won atGravesend was congratulated on the brilliant success of her racing stable When one wins Mrs Thomas an swered ones losses are forgotten But in racing ones losses are many ltotIITbo general Idea a racing stab 0 the Idea that it one long triumph and Joy is very wrOng It is all aggerated as the foreigners descrlp lion of our mammoth hotels This man said of our hotels 4In America everything Is on a grand scale They have gigantic buildings of Incredible splendor lived in New Yor in a hotel of such colossal proportioi s that when I rang the bell Thursday evening the wait hi would come to my room Monday morn- Ing Oh the Mistletoet Bough The village aimteur operatic com pany recently esuiyed to give a per formance of a musical play written round the story of The Mistletoe Bough As a voc4list the heroine was nota success and In addition she had the misfortune when playfully hiding In the ancient oal chest kindly lent by the local gro trto hear the Hd go down with a click The lid of yoUr box is locked whispered thb alarmed stage mating to the grocer who was in the front seat T She aint agolrg to sing no more Is she was the Cautious Inquiry Her spirit appears In the next act and sings twice bald the manager Oh do it ca4o the reply Then Cm agoin to hidtbe key f Often The Kidnb4rf Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys JMake Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys ore re sponsible for much ftckness And suffeing jsit kidneytJ10ublc t permittedI re sults are most likely t follow Your other Ogans may need at ttcntion but your kid niys most because tty do most ands ould have attention Ii rit Therefore when your kidneys are vrsak or out of order you can understand liow quickly year tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to doiiite duty begintakingKilmers SwampR ot A trial will con il vince you of its greatt merit The mild and immediate effect of Swamp Root the great kidney anj bladder remedy iIs soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring Properties have been proven in thonsaz1d of the most distt ess log cases If you need medicine you should have the best + Sold by druggists ijn opeolIatsizes 3 3 have a sample bottlel I by mail free also a u 1rItIplIooIhow or paperwhenBinghamton N YJ Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRoot if 7oa do 101 win bel disappointed jScrofulaj Childrenbeco e strong and lively when given small doses of Scotts Emulsion every day The starve l jbody is fed the swollen glands healed and the tainted blood vitalized Good food fresh air and Scotts Emulsion conv quer scrofula and many other blood diseases Port SAJE BY IiDRUGGISTS Send lOt name ofpaper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bdnk contains Go Iuck Penny SCOTT A BOWNE 409 Pearl St N Y rWANTEIi1E FAf LITTLE JOHNNIE AtTOGETHER TOO PERSISTENT Papa Got Into VeryDeep Water When He Endeavored to Explain Abput Hercules arfHis Wonder ful Deeds Say pawboa Hercules asked Johnnie looking up from his book and edisturbingcle composed of himself his father and his mother His father laij down tIe newspaper with a gra1IOile Hercules Johnnie he eexplained graciously was a very strong man who lived a long time ago ana did a number ol very wonderful things He was the strongest man In the world Johnnie gave ibis attention to hit book again apd his father resume his analysis of the stock market BuInot for long How strong was Hercules pa de IIIkilledI ve didadmitted his r- aItherSay fa could Hercules throw Frank Gotch queried the student His father frowned slightly I suppose he could he said but we have darslGotchI wish you wouldnt direct John nies mind to those awful prize fight pernotisinterrupted Well the questJonI dont see any barn In answering itAnyhow the prowess of our modern wrestlers and other strong men probably Is as fit a subject for discussion as is that of Hercules and Samson and those old chaps Hercules was a mythical charac litemlySilence followed for a few minutes while Johnnies mother followed the ndhisfatherstock had lost two point Then Johnnie returned to the attack Say pji whats a niiscal charac ter he asked Whats ia what asked his father What ma Said Hercules Why a mythical wasInle began his father Is one that never existed A myth is a fancyaIsort of legend or story you understand And a mythical character is a person that ila told about in such a storyQHe returned to his paper with a performedjbutwas a mythical character then he said there never was a Hercules was there grudgtnglyof myth or fairy character- sortI Then If there never was any Her cules he dldnt kill any bull with his own hands heTIexplainedtlsatherj and some1thing Lever was any Hercules how If thereIi throw Gotch Thvre Interjected JohnnieV troth cr layireJicr lioolt down foj COi the ti t jMttthg childs uiind slajjyou Introduced your friend Mr Uotch Into his studies inteJestIngaiuf1burfedhlsonds Then his son and heir fired another shpt Say IiaU there wasnt any Her cule then ity ibis about him killing the bull isnt trfie is it crosslyWellstuff about Gotch for aemanded Johnnie Is Gdtch a myth Hero Johnnie father IYoung tooI gotobedIn D lest Maine Prof Ira Remsen president qf the- J9bns Ho Lt klns glverslty and heador the NatiOnal Academy of Sciences ItisthatoMaine is dry but Dr Remsen hajl reaIson ope day to suspect that If he had to get a drink of hsavudanger of death in isiainepThe doctor was bicycling and his pedal broke He inquired the way to the nearest blacksmith dlowing ramJclosed but not locked kdoOraheadImen rovlsedtrayonJwl1fcbl sl Somewhat abjished the doctor said 1taWhatllS t Sup CAP and BEUS I II HOST WAS EAGER TO PLEASE Fastidious Guest at Philadelphia Ho Jel Who Preferred Axle Greait- to Butter Is Satisfied Ono of the smaller hotels in Market street served meals very cheaply They have a table dhoteu therefor 30 cents nndr as might be Imagined the viands are not the best The proprie ttor is a Jolly good fellow and Ja a not ed humorist This Keeps him from be patronsTho ling Hentteman annoyed by the frequent kicks What do you call that he asked pf the hotel man Butter sir what else retorted the bonlface Why 11 as soon eat axle grease as that butter snapped the patron John called the hotel man to one of the waiters run out to the kitchen and get the gentleman some of that j elevalorJhU His Moneys Worth Slxtane shjlluns aida did they charrge me for my room at the hotelllIn Lunno ropred Sandy ndignanUy- n hs return to Croburgh lBVr from a sightseeing expedition V Qu aye It wasna cheap agreed his father but ye must tathadager flneJtlme seeln the ischts Seeln the slchtsl roared Sandy J didna see a slcht a the time I was In Lunnon Mon mono ye dnoa suppose rImt1Chforause otTltBits END OFTHE FIGHT 1andl 1 Thank heaven replied the heir at- law Now the fight over the will will be settled at once and I shall not have to bother about It any more THIS WAITER WAS SATISFIED aOld Negro Receives One Dollar for Every Cent He Collected From Wealthy Man Jl roThe shrewd waiter will accept c tip no matter how small it is and pretend that he is satisfied said a hotel manager yesterday When I hear of persons giving extraordinarily small tips it reminds me of an old ne- gro waiter we used to have at Palm Beich a few years ago His name was Winfield Scott A wealthy bit eccentric New Yorker arrived at the hotel early in the season and Scott took charge of hit table He took his three meals at the same hours each day At1 the end of the first he solemnly handed the waiter one cent Scott was wise so he bowed and showed his teeth and said Thank yuh sub ThQ next meal the same thing happened and jjo on to the end of three months when the visitor was about to leave Scott waited on him with the great est punctiliousness at every meal and inner hinted that the tip ha got was not perfectly satisfactory After he had finished his fast meal the visitor said to the waiter Scott how long have I been hereb Jes 90 days sub was the answer I have given you something after everyf meal havent IIT Yes sub HOw much doeslt amount tor Scott told him Have you got all those pennies the visitor asked Scott said he had and the visitor told him to bring them Scott re jirned with a bg of pennies and lf Landed Til themtoycr take tkpm saldthe manI Now this Is your and ho handed over to the alt6lt HfK DOCTORS FEE IN JAPANWj Physician Receives a Present of as Much as Patient Can IE Afford jl JI A Japanese doctor never dreams of asking a poor patient for a fee There is a proverb amongthe medical frater nity in Japan When the twin enemies poverb and disease invade a home ithen he who takes aught from that home even if it be given him Is a i robber Often remarked a recent lecturer n life In JapanVa doctor will not a only give his meand medlclmt free to the sufferer butho will also int money to tide over his dire ghll ties Every physician is his own enser and thdrc are veryt few apothe carles shops In the empire t When oven a rich man calls in a t octor he doea not expect that he wilt eceiver a hill far medical services inpfact po such thing ia a doctors Jill is nown in Japan although nearly all modern practices are In vogue thereE The strict honesty of the people does not make It necessary for the doctor to ask a fee When h8 has fmlahedhis visits to the patient a present is made 1Jtocan afford The doctor smiles bowsfthanks his patient and the transaction is settledI 1t PE1igNTaUr4 z1I1S PtesDigcelionr- c OphmiMorph irelg IQTNARCOTI 1aiJ fIlaptzsSi7t t1tffzSs Ei tdthttrnI tor4iMe A crfectReni dyforC- it UonS0UrShBflPf1- o rad Loss or SLEEP 0n cSw SlIItOt NEWVDBlt li1 Exact opy ut Wrapper r rt IYou Always Bought atlie iriSignature j4J r llse JorrOeSThirty ciSIViR BUINESS WBWt P tKecognizedthe importance of conducting all busfnesa details by telephone both local 1and lU1g distance itis econdmyfrt saviigjj r rof jameatfd Unexcelled teleivhone service canebdoyer the lines Qf the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Corn pany Long distance connections t all important pointsIn te United States tee reasonabeservice the best r COMBE ILANH TELKPJBON Incorporated TELEGBAI i rHave fou Tried ttf j r anyhowhelpedinI l Whyshoulditnotdotheumeoryou t J45I The Womans Took M daughter Octava would have been Ini ht rajtoday hid it not been for that fine iiiedithie CarthI writes Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennori Springs Ky fi I kadfakeifI I of your medicine aI1dgota IWer When she hdtaken four sheibecame allright often recpcswend Cardui tQ friends i 1wYour iitheon TesaforSedoIIfstrncilons iI Timely Interruption Mrs Benhajnjbad Just seated herself atreqwhen there ca nea ring at fht teie phone I just know thatsdt s Guni- my she said ias abC laid d wa her work and went to answer he call Yandlbaventwho wns fUllri as talkative ad ever She began with a long story aid when fairly in the middle of it the pock oh the wall of the room to strike Walt a morfienV InterpoSld Mrs- n nbamlOr cant hear you until this noise stops u1thl1t IrlltGummyIf was onlyj the clock i riswertd XpuoiowItatwnyswe get to talkipg jThe conversation did not last long after thntYouthsCompanknMade Jim had never learned to read bj the ordinary methods the face of the gld eightday clock It pleased hli longtime empt rer howqver to ask Him the hour and bgar Mi9swers jin what time does the old clod ay7 lie asked one eyenfng 1ehen hi haiftcallers StoJp out in tic hall and s eeSihfflyaa gone Several minutes but returnedlwith a beaming facer AhA1 sWjUtedrfies a minute t ee whlchd gelieadf4shot one oi de long one tie said li I wen out dey was bate on de Icr ban wino in place sab But de tong 5sb c iwelsewatcliingm inch nhca sahy Yoiithta JGompM on WoniferfultI You can talk all you1 want of find ing a clain in the chowder said th ahiti dbotei4nd andrall canslz- hI Sbup and Coffee beans In the cof ee but wtiat ido you think na bajv enod to mej Give it 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