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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r jv tnU M ESTABLISllEl 1tf8 1 trMM ir r t r 1 f1VOlxY NQ 14 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL Gi9 i r1 t t I r4PRK3E OF PORK S Jit 8ecaUH ow l E+Yls CortriS7 Sow it c if G tff ll t jll Ii Mr a tAI Il wsaut oitby us ita tral for 2 efleofGforge Adda fablts coo bird several days In trial in the Boyle Quarterly Court A razor bheck hog jrjtfe bone of conten i tioa and was originally worth 15 bat her valse if estimated by the court costs already en Ikaikd appcoxjmately 300 J W Caldwell andErsklu Mo AM111J two farmers residing in life w tend of the county pc MMod two old sows very similar qu appearancet One day Cald lls sow wandered from the JU MM of her owner and while king a aUllhuat for the prods t bJi parkier Caldwell found itbe tpKigbt in the enot Me Anally He claimed it and after securing a writ ol dtliyery and consta It J look the animal from Mc JLttfrr lt JfcAially insisted that tb e hog c wa Us and upon a trial of the 1IiJ eaat in the Magistrates coqrt at t l if p rk VJirthe hog was awarded ylwJytcAially Immediately an IFlifttaken by Caldwell tot 4 ft Cfcot TcOQrt and alreadyt i rt4fcfcfciTehcett held in this v SKrt with the Jury in both tmlsj- iMibto to read a verdict L7 rent tour witnesses testified JJollMCb of the three trIalS and it L aiipears that every resider of t ttwiiwestendt Cf the county ia ac 4 quunted with the oldf sow The heloner signers of the innocent ii inter will in psrt swear the roil belongsto McAnallv while istaproperty Jjim y was set yester 1 r again try itbe issue of 3 disll greed The bone of contention t however is peacefully hanging in cAQallyV smoke houfe the U1eaowhaving been killed by tIfrecurpt jswwar PHYSICIAN if j Whk Saidof Germs that r4eMMe Dlfwtse l f calledriB Greatest Physician often tiaiitrI oneIslatlsiecausejby8erws I brl the diseases caused by rfffrsis catarrh U one of the most jfpiitent and loathsome Ca fiirfh can Secured but only by destroying the germs Breathe HYOMEI pronounce ti it Highome and care catarrh by kilUBX the germs Too Hy sensibleoathighly antiseptic and germ kill i jnfc air iirectly over the entire membrane infested with catarrh rgerme tHyom l will t cure catarrlt 1erem be some conplicated ca es wherfrju will fail but the chane n tea 16 one in its fa Ij carftarrh takes no risk because H bmtl is a guaranteed rrjtpedy and if it doesnt cur Hal don r Willettl will refund tliefpurcbas price I Hyomei will also gve instant relieff and cure in bronohiUs coughs coMs and crop A J complete outfit including hard rubber poclfel inhaler costs only 1 00 if you now 0wn8 Hj o mei lnblEr you can get bottle ofHylomta for 50 cents 1y r VBm Destroyedat Lebanon s 1 =rebatonRY March 20Th large tolaccoatd ttoctcbrrn of B N Ayritt was destrbyetWbv fire this morning at Bradfotds vile L wis f Dry the mertr ehaeta had just stored a carload of new buggies m thefMrh which were burned at a loisr of 1000 insurance J Two thousand 4 pourul ofitob blJfJn o in2 to Avrfit no insurance was ha t Notice X11 persons having claims a1tirg the estate of the late j tcJM41BartdeceaHd will pre iitt rt amine to me properly proven at or belore May 151911 John O Polin Executor r s i 7JI T11B NEiVVrS n 1SJB R i D E 1 tu P1ONj ijt if t t 1iiLt 1 BO t 01j s 4 J r v LLOUR SLOG A N 7 1 tr I i High SchOol Courrr ti I l v it The Ne AdditiOfl- f 1 i2 T r i tII f fhi J r ffi aaAprLIi 5tIP Beautiful Buiffihg Lots At Public- Auction1 GFIELOS HANDSOAIB GRADED SCHOOL rr FreThree Lots AwayFree You Ticked Them WhyNotf Your Gone i V t t r THis addition is only 2 minutes walk from he of any town of twice or tHrice this size In tHe State being located just above tHe scHool building on the pike Springfield is the best town 6iT its size in the State now and Has a foundation to make it as good as any of size if you boost instead of knock You Have thebest scHool cHurcHes of every denomination tHe most uptodate merchants you Have agood county t0 backkitup besides tHe otHer territory tHat depends ojji Springfield to supply it witH its needs Springfield by far tHe largest tobacco market considering Its poPulatlon of any town or city tHe world and its Here to stay as the good people and tHe fertile soil ot WasHington County make it tHe garden spot of Kentucky You need lots for lots mean new Houses and tHere is not single vacant House town THe country people need tHese lots tHey eexpect come to town and educate tHeir children as tHey are in 2minutes walk of tHe scHool grounds Springfields watt r and ligHt system is second to none as you all k owq 1 i v We have built beautiful entrances to Highl Schooll Court and the lots are very desirable they are highi and 1Jry1 and most Ideally located We cordially invite tto iinspejct the grounds before day of sale i t 1 No Sort of iver lot will be sold Mjrfe1f511 ifrTfiRMSQnly1 j o i FREE RIDE TOJTH GRoyu DAY1 OF SALECOME rJ The f1 WakefleicfReaItyIjj f- rr Col lloo e hulk Il r ome Destroyed and Baby Burned To Death r v Greensburg Ky March 29 While Attending Circuit Court tiers Tuesday Mr Wilson JeffJ rt eFa prominent farmer on near Fry in this county was uiotiQnd ul destruction of bishome by fire and the burning to dejith o- fbisslxmont1foldbabt The mother and liar two older chi d ren had gone o the spring which was quite a distance from the house leaving the baby asleep in its bed When she got in sight of home she saw the Louse ir flame and realizingthat hrbaby too was burning the moth er fale CrossRoads As I have beeu absent for some time iwill again muke my appearanc Mr L D Botom of Shaker town was called to the bedside of his daughter Mrs Sarah Salmon with heart trouble MrJ B Gronde apd wife spent a few data last week as the guest of hid brother Mr John It Goode dt Nevada Born to the wife Of Mr Add Blacknthe13ihbIi fine boy Mr Arthur Cox of Burgin visiting hia cayin Miss Ethel Lester at tthis place J Mrs Nora 0raey and littln Uaiiji liter Nancy spent Friday SPRI 1LturaWe are glad pireport Dorihy May the little ugliier of Mr and Mrs Ezra 1tum mUlli imd proved i Mr and Mrs Oscar Harmon and little son Lloyd visited the hitters parents Mr and Wood Grav S Saturdiy night and Sunday arid Mrs Cliftoa McMill IIMr Sweeney d their phursday daughter Mrs The Sale of rs Arbor Bottom was Attended and everything sold wed Fort SALE 3 U Brown Leg horn eggs anti SoO Huff Orph n tonl for lo MIlS B L Ii e0 i Kills Three +CampbcsUsViMei i t Ky March 29 The boiler of a sawmill owned JQlheIup today instantly killing Tho Bias Cox Henry Wils nand Harshl Philips He was not lat work in the mill but had stop iPedto tall to a teiimater who was loadirg a wagorl He Was only about ajyarcl l from the team ster but the latter watt un soratched blownun1Iderhis wagon Flying debris struck Phillips crushing him from hips down mulesdritienhan male fell upon tim Ti e two mQle nnhur t J j GivenJ r Did Get a Free on If not Entitled to t t a beJtGraded School Mackville ally d Has in a in if to as everyone t t ON the lowI is la Mrs well were tDetslight injury on the chin whena piec o timber struck liim Thebt e as shortof water this cousin x e ex plosion About th years ago a boiler toIdayjlrvety year a large number of poor Bufferera whose lungs arelore and rack with coughs p rd urJred to igQ another climate But thisls costlY d not a ways sure Theres a better way youhomewritas W R Nelson of Calamine when all ese tailed and I gained 47 pounds iin weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures V Thous itInsCoughsCardsThroat and Lung troubles 50c anti 100 Trial bottle free at Hayden Robertson Notice v To whom itjmjay concern Notice is hergby glvdo that T will on April li 1911tm ike ap plication f01 a patol tO eBon o able Bjart of Prison Gammfssi fonersat Fn mkfor Kyi f Joseph Reec y 2000 BusHels White1 7r 1 eed 1 l For sale grojcn Jrom northern eed that co 100 per bub het use oats tfaade16ver 60 bus tl rsLcre b are r cleane- a d fr m weecL aof ad kind g free r r Reed ding J r L 4 r The Sheep Qttaraiit r rrWt have had mucd to say of te tii uarrantine on embargo praqect upon tie ship iinsr of she4i m they StiteofKenfaeky The term ot the Oc ror No 2 jissued ty the StpcrtSlinifarypllIOtVYtplinin not be hipp0avdrivenl or 9ibel vise trun ported tibia he b to of Keatdcljf dther o nuints within tMState unless such rbyCounty a rJ + und his certificate nccxlnipanies JUlothertransp it beetv d uly notified of tlttjtlorder r nd the S tipping of shePwill be out of tjifj questiorr t1liU1 beiilaw has been complied t itJj lilany t ill to realize titer Vrav4ness ofatye charp eier of tits lch ease known t as Sties fclca bJrScttr sr and tke urjfcnt neic ssity that pr par steps be taheir immediate y tdjstamo it out We undej staticl tthat in jsnanTf K c nuties tjno tflftcali iConrjts qRve not as sjBi poke provision for P102 a County Live stock rtnf ifeCtrtd tha inAan lAr it nclsnkInspect irs have seed appoints EveS worse i ttafi t thk ephderstandfurtherthafc some of the sheep ratserJ and Dippers 9pp6s6 the mVnre oaihp ground that there i4ht aay sheep scab attd It is siply abit of graft fOr spfnecone i3tlchrj cum DtlsfiTnt of place Wd ioitr of reason the records Sl ifithtiii tiere is sheep Saab ttqlnyUiii v State arid plenty of j tHatiwt maj ril y otttA counties ire in J fected aiidCin addition OthetoState Quarantine the ell ft Federal Q araktiue in effect Now Ir ntucky Farmer indShEop Raiser it isldf vitalt1 ce to YOU tot sect 9 your Ir31a1or noes sat tipri tl n ana- tli 1o YljiC ht Judge appoints ar Inspector and does so Jn s Jam mdtately Bourbomt Sjtock Journal l r ItSToNACIT PlESt lPTIONt Ask AboutMicrira ItiQtyc rJ Relief in Five M s 5 j r Haydon Willett will tell you ii they guarantee MfONA o vielicve promptly and cue penbanerii ly alPJJli abases of ttje stomach and it digester or money back Have you gas on stomach rJOne or two MIONA atom chtbl ts ani the misery is endeJ tMIyou right in aday give rBlieriq10 minutes + Now dear reader dont go cniaffer wig with stomach trouble Bat fair to ourself t1Uo w aside Pre7fee atc try E x MI0 NA lit is a great doctors PreOscription No doctor eter wrote a better one a Aqd mb ey back from Haydon Willett if Yfu don t say M1ONAfA iis jjvorth its weight iin gold Sold by Eay i don W1rJtt and leading cru g t8deverywhere 50centaa large box r t t f f11 Water Wells Wedaleanttr c ro datefdrijlingtnacaine find re7 jrepareif to drill water wla from 50 ftto 500 h Uprr 8 Z popdence1 solicited jd1 Address S G Lpngabough aryajiKyif itSaves Trr Lives u itbFtinyt slsTetfor ray stlf might beHTlngiltoSiiyVf it had nc t been fot Dr Kings Niiiw Discafery1 writes A P McDonald of Faye tc ville N G1EUD Kjfc STfor we both had frightful coughs that other remedy cqold help We were told nj sliter had consamptinoB Sheara LVtry weak and hap night sweats ut ydur fcrpnderful medlclye J 7trlunWJfcoughs colds heasorfhajje Jattjrippe a tbma haY Meyer croup xbooplp4oagbal IJ brdnchUl tro k blestlts supreme Trjail bdttIesree 50ci miff 100 vCJuarajiteea df Hay don lW1rnAi NL a =Alt et10lU iaticoedi to the a Mr i + itl OiMph liirtoai f6idlt Ct1p tall ted r 4 with or JDOU at es oitwtr wise t eta Milt iotb tsold a puEhi ctwopreat biddef at tOeE l9t itllli door InSpt g h i jjjjGtlgabt i rstate 1 4 P it f t L AEJ r1f lfIii f f JfiI i u r t = TO CLSE I iW 15j1t t 1 i j APRIL Jlf r I fF1If j J f rrTheSpringfield Tobacco Board of Trade wishes to announce thatthe SprifieId TpbadcoMarkt-e t 1 r JplABSOLUTELY CLOSE ON APRIL 15th and request that all farmers who hav nptsposeaff theirJ JJ I taeeo to sell by the above date There 11111 be saleS1 every week day up 16 an1 inc1udingApri1 15 ft h SringHe1d Tobacco Bqrd Trade dbr 1 J 00 HP AUe 1 de i1flL t NDS4ADR SPRINGFIELD KY j to rUXLOOEID KVB8Y THUB8D- ATMKEsmae4 t JOSEPH POUN t Editors and Publishers t f THURSDAY APR 6 Wll- J We are authorized to announce JOHN A POLIN u a candidate for Representative in the lower louse of the Kentucky Leg r islature from Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ate glad to note that the I Good Roads movement in the county has not been without eff ect aj there has been a larger i attendance at this session of the l Fiscal Court at which the differ ent sections of roads were let than has beenseen here before at session of the Court Thecauy attendants were not onlookers 51A1 lint men interested in the roads IFand who have shown a disposi itl n to operate with the I county officials in bettering the L roads men notso much intergst d i sJiiVTaOney they could se Cure for working the roads but men wishing to make the appro T priation go as far as possible J for road betterment zi55i More cooperation is shown this time than ever before and r we may expect more showing to I be made with the money It is 1 time for everybody to cooperate Remove the obstructions that are in the ditches by your neg lect and save the metal that isj there which is of even greater T t importance than putting metal on the road 4 2 ftirA C Payne appeared before the Fiscal Court yesterday and delivered a strong talk in 4favor of the courts taking some action toward extermination oft f i sheep scabies Under the pres ent ruling it lsneccessarybef re 1sheep caibe moved that they be 4 dipped and have a certificate from the CountyLive Stock in t spector to the effect that they tare free from scabies Mr A r L Litsey thelJive StockIuspec- tor will supervise the dipping in the county It is believed that with proper precaution eat I ment the State cap be cleared off I thetdisease and the Quarantine k I t aised k Shaipviije 7 Mr Editor 4 r Permit me to express i few words as to the industry oftbe little ifamlet0f Sharps villa and- j the hospitalities connected with R the people in its make npSit 5nated in a valley on the Chaplin t slyer in the grand old county of Washingtoni stands this promis pS log jttle village of about seven- ty3fiV inhabitants Kr gi every opportunity possible tol1111 creae their present r a greater access Ad this will- ba duetto the men of business in tellect who are striving to meet J every demand required of them inihelr mauy different business enterprises own here This isS mercantile business is one among the chief factors The products turtigd out from the flouer mills r 7cannot be duplicated as to quali tyThere is a grain exchange from wbi0h your wants in that 4 use can bellied at any time jt The hard rerj arriage and iim jpleaftent dealer is a connecting Vlinkbo the town build up The t fweral bUcksmUhmg and car 4- m e rebuilding is a splendid en ttifiirfiife Mid addsiuchtq5the- b1PNsfcIIIITMi4 119 also SSfirne4torlIysIt4c trdkg in IfJbJch 8fcTeral deater arelocated j The undertaking establishment I is a modern structure and IPto date in that form of b1siass ii Bqt as it is and has to bo1 when death comes to us be who waits lor his turn to come in that busi manith nerve tThethe green bills is pleasant and when conducted well leads step by step to prosperity And notE only floes the farming a dfbusj ness ubsidjary add to the iptt building of this little town bufit is the generous hospitalities extended to those whom the inn b itants come in contact withI Good citizenship is the life of tany town though it be large or l Small and good citizenship is one thing that the town of Sharps yule can proudly claim and th scenery groin this little town tc the hills above which surround it is pleasing to the eyes of thej spectators and iu conclusion thE last to mention is the old bridge that spans the river is a wood structure and a speciman of ancient type having been erected nearly seventy yearsIMr J H Robinson was inj Springfield Monday Miss Nora B n djWjagblPw7th Miss Irma Gra ham The Freedom school closed Friday afternoon after three mouths successful teaching by Miss Elizabeth Cornish The Sharpsville mill which has been under the supervisioni of Mr Isaac Armstrong for the past week in repairing will be ready for business wihin a fev days with Judge rewitt at the hopper Messrs T D Graham and Os car Brown attended court at Springfield Monday Roscoe 0 Bryant spent Satur day night with friends at Leath ers Store arMr Joe few days with his mother at Cornishyille Mr C F BosleyufSp ing placEFriday Mrs J J YatesMrs J W e DoraIi ed the closing exercises at the Freedom school Friday afternoon IIMr Charles Yates of Bloom 1field spent Friday night wih Mr J W Graham and family Mr S D Bale of Tatham Springs was here Friday on businessS iRbeen pointed by ihe Howe Coilrriesl Land Co as general agent for l ths sales of their fruit t andi farm ing lands in Vpl sia County rFloridaMr Albert Yates who has been attending school here for months past returned to his home near Bloomfield Satur day Judge J rewitthas again turned to hrs room waiting the de velopment of the weather As he sunshine has not been warm enough yet Mr J H Brown was in Cor nishville Friday on business Jobnie Monroe a gallantyoung lad of 6harpsile is making a granddisplay in social circles The correspondent will have to jon in espeoialy with with the young ladies in saying that JohniE is a neat and handsome fellow A strange fellow made his appearance in Sharpsvirle Wednes day about noon A careful in vestigation went forth tQ seek atIfiSprings reporter here trinftto coljtal few necIiEs IYours Bill Brains Valley Hill6 We are glad that during our long silence some one else took the liberty and enough interest in the Leader to send in the news items each week from our little town Indeed we have a number ot new correspondents but it seems that most of them are a trifle uneasy about Bill Brains unless he gets himself a more secure perch It is nearing fly time soil guess Mr TanglefooL will be kept pretty busy however we trust not to much so to keep him from relating his experiences through the columns of the NewsLead- ari only Hope though that youll not catch the poor cat as we once did with tansjlefoot She re minded me of Brer Rabbit when he got into the wolfs pota td patch and kicked the tar baby Mr Edd Kelly wife and little sop Joseph visited the latters parents Sunday Miss Letl Roberts of Spring field visited friends here the pastS week- Mr Wallace Seay and child fen of Maud spent Sunday with Mr James Goatley and family Mr R D Goodlett and wife were guest of the tatters parents at Maud Sunday Mr Clyde Goatley spent one day of the past week with her mother at Hardestys l 1To of the children of Mr1 rI FLOWERS PLANTSI 1 I I Flowers for bedding and pots railIIIPall Geraniums Gladioli JF 1FCll aslI asSAuricarit- Salvia S Rubber Plants ClBSmms Sultanas TV EtciI I have a complete stock of trnhingand am also agent for three of thejargest Whole sale flower and I frnJf rinspripft in fhejt6tales I ntaII1treesPhone 51W Springfield KJf R l9ll S S N IIi EARLYA handsome b ack Staliion 16 hinds high a high sty ed fine shaped fellow with plenty of a tion and as good bone and foot as ycu would want Has proven himself to be a fine breeder PerfEctly gentle to handle in every respect He is ste to make a gren stock horse 1wilI make the season StqnewallStockSpringfieldpike at 1j oltILaxly Brooks bolans Granger third dam Bettie by im Booker Early is the best road hse in the county At same time a id place 131akUiant Registered 15 hands high with white points heavy tody bone and foot and stylethanvery sure foal getter and a great sire of high class fnules Will make the season at 10 To IjjWa Living Colt ed on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with oribred toother stock All care taken to revent accidents but not responsible should any occur Your Patron ge Solicited A B HUNDLEY Jas Harmon and the little son of Mr Will l3rown are ill with measlesJJ Mr Will tloran and wife spent Sunday with their son Mr Jas Moran Jr of town7 J Ernfeslr Goatley and wife ris ted E S Goatley ani wife SondaytMr Bake Ballard and wife Were in tow a MonCay Mr Hug Goatley jis prepir ing n addition o his LObUilja J5 suQdaywitb Dandruf Means Baldness Dandruff js caused by agerwav- icious pei i istrnt tenacious germ that up to tdIscoyery of one of the worlds treat at scientists was sup posed to be t nkillable That discovr ery is called Parisian Sage and Hay don Willett the druggists guarantee it to kill dandruff germs to re move all tra of dandruff to stop falling hair or itching scalp in two weeks arm ney back It contai s just enough of sage properly coribined with other ingce dlen s to DR Ke anywomans or mans hair grow luxuriantly It makes everybodys harsh hsterless hair befutiIful bair 50 cents a large bottle at Haydon llletfs try it 5air View Mrjo Sarah Tingle is no better at this writing jfr f1 Hal Bob itt and Gjrtie Diok ersori and Mary Roads attendea churchatl Sew Hope Sunday Mn and Mrs J W Hvs Mrs Preston 14 ore and children Mr and Mrs J E Stevenson diqeil with MrsrM darney Tue day r To ey Wall visited relatives herq Sun y Srr The penbers of New Hope have called Rev HamHton for another y iir Mrs J ty Hays and son Robert alter ded the funeral of W SGoode 1 enjoy II the letters of due old News eader and wish there were more Bill Brairs to make he world jipre liyelyi Eve yyear a large number ofpoor- ufferrs wKpse lungs are sore and rack with coughs re urged to go to another eliznafe BUt this is costly and nqt ways sure Theres a better way letDR Kings Hew Discoverp cure you at ome It ured me of lung trouble w Rj Nelson of Cal om ine Atk when niLe se filed and I gained547 Kingfnds 9we their lives and health to Ins positive guaranteed for Coughs CrupalThroatJfLOO Trial bottle free atHaydonj J oherjonS i t t wv wvwvwww v lalLHamiltonI 44 j InOf19uatmyI5 byGeorgedimlkmaktHal I Hal 16935IAt dame time and place will stand my Jack BIac awk Jr OldBlackt black Jennettwith good points He has proven to be good breeder i seasonirWjll alsaat the same time and place stand my JackSBill Taylor Jacksheto Blade Hawk on hj5 dams side Heill make the seasonat JIIJ 8 To Insure a Living Colt servicefeeLJ eith bred e jt hother horse or jack Care taken to prevent withorI butInot r sponsible should any occur l L JL HAMILTON I Frederickstown Ky GOLJOfiNl Dark bay 15 8 hands fine style speed and action Seven years old This colt is a son of tbe Great Onward Silver former v owned by J L Druien of BaVdstowri and winner Qf the Transyl vania stakes at Lexington md with a record of a miielnS 05J and WIStalfent2 25k and the sire of nine performers with records of from 205Jr 214apdbettert SylyienMaiJCOL JOHN Is clam Is Kate fundleysired hy Naboth 1898 son AValsingbam byGeor WIlkes Kate Hurdlers first dam wls Htlen H by Metropolitan son of Hambletonian 10 and full brother to Rienna Victoria dqm of Euclid 219 and Pririceton 2 26J Riena Victoria sold for 4 800 at McFeTrans salejv = becond dam Nelly Anderson dam of WbrwMHJ87 by Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 2 23 and damaoTla in 2 SO or be er also shoof the dam of Gam bettaWIIkes 219 sire of Eyelet 2 05t Ginette 2 04 LottieiLorin 205J and seventvflve others better than 2 3Q f COli atILORD BACON is a blac Jack i5t hands fine bone and muscle He is by Dick heisr Hawk So vou could not have finer breeding He iis a extrt good br editfR jack Ben Simms bought ftClf his colts hsl TalHit over 10Q per head He will mike the saS l1t LiJinrColtIParies laving mares to breed are invited to call at my stables 2i miles East of Springfield on the Springfield and Peryville pike aid see my stock Care will be taken to avoid accdents but will not be responsible should any occur Lieu retained on alicofs until season is paidand rroney due when colt fualed or jnrre is parted yith or bred elsewhere GREG EDELEN t o s I ij ijNELSOif AI Registered No2381 German Coach J- I f Will make the season of 1911 at my stables iat Card wep Kvat 1p t 12 Tolnswrc a LivinlCoit Nelson II is solid blnck 16 hands one in0h high tin weighs 1875 pounds He has proven to be anexcellen brederSiit also have a 16f hand Jack that will serve mares at 10 and Jennets 10 for a Jennet colt and f25 fqr a Ja- ckLLt W L GRAHAM Cardwell Ky f Ii USE ADANI L OONEAXLE GREASES E f And dont have to greats but once Uleek Made in LowvjlU iy CHAS C STOtt OIL QO t 5Sr Jt 4 i KNOB REEK STOCK FARM r PleaieRead and ThinK it Over 2272kSj r vt in Vol VL AS Ho 13A Si ijdVy Xightfoot Brummell 1324 he by Beau Sroramdl 800 Dam Daisy Glen 7621 A S H B AH by ft C cnns blen Brook D SCtPTtON Red Sorrellfc stripe fn face two short stockings 15 34 lands weight UOO very stho the head and neck like a geld Jngs11 Not ablemisn nora veak spot about mmren years old H1abn shown in harness rlnga jroadster rings five gaited B3dle rings imbibed rings double teSm rings anSI waa shown irfce s ia1fthree ear old for beststallionand three of his coiget of theand he only three colts and he Won that In 1910 he made hisfirst- isho tHardin county fair and lost He won first every 8bx rimade he remainderof the show season including the Pembroke Horse Show Ky State Jrafr and Tenn State Fair H made1show t the Horse Show at Olarksvi11eTnn sadWon rstf200 fairness stake for stallions mares arid ftMiyfi with ixtea 1horses in the ring He is breeding verystrdngiirimsElf Abput three ourths of his colts are sorrels and goxxl gaited I have 1 two yearo d sorrel snid by him that I think without a ddubt is tie best p stin Kentucky much better than Jutf sire atthe same age Here ou have achance to breed to a hone that is colored right bred r ghtt breeds right gaited right and is rights and the price is rigHt He has proven himself to be a winning show horse n the best tI comp 17 we haye in Kentucky and Tennessee He will make the season of 1911 at Knob Creek Stock Farm LaRue county at i- I 5TornsureativrngColti M ireskept on pastureat 32 per month If fed grain will be I ch rg d for cost valu i I attend to this feosiness myself sop per care v ill bet but 1 will not be responsible shouldany 3mage occur rr- v S J1 THOMPSON JHo CnvilleRFDNt 3 Athertonviyer to 15 = 1 E n IWL iJNoble Denmati k t SSred by the 6reat Highland Denmark 1stdam by the Kenitacjcy j l 1lU1b1JIosehethe t est saddle sires He iff chestnut J16 hands 3 incKei highs r horse of good action both at rack and tro aptt strictly so1mcr Lut lhowIhora good company aj seesolof won SSfi- t ihd second ties at our last lair He and fcis colta won the I criL Iring ud he won for finest stallion mare or gelding ale btlwr presc iumdin his class Jr Shropshire who trained Ednf Mie Ja Mc6 nald and other noted shbw horses las had jNbMc D ttarfc In training the past winter and says he istiie betf gaft d HiflMAad Den azk he ever saw also there was nta wr horse witiu 19t Imile of Lexington Josh B wJes laysJ1 I e b4 type Is a Ihre gaited Stallion he knqwa of Matt Coj tHrki1MrwM 1 and wa gaited Very ninth like the ciampJon MIle JMTM S4 Mclonald r x task owners of good mars to stifdy pis breeding PiuItadivi uality and sSuiidness andeompaiebiai to any othea han fetore bree Ifng ebeWhere Your motto aboukl be always binnd to th Met and on knowwho kecpsthe best for I have owned oly StMooi in ashington county Siatliave shed a ptemiusi colt for tIre Itetico yea Your past patroriagp baa been apreciatd and ask bra me inu ceof8 e I belleq J am offering a ptiilsrwkick bsi e A upenor inthispr adjoining counties Noble Denmark wIll staMt i At 20 To IDlurlimrtc iMonte Wood tI will V stand fiie well known bde r HOB WoW jttT kno As the hdrse W S Gibbs had in the stud for Teralynl All rholried him liked him He wasire NJyDMkw8od8e byr Mon Cristo b9 and 1st dam by Mark Diamond 49 Monte W ds p kipahonj good mares and geldings in Washington county S Moa fe UO will stand my two mule Jacks at 10 to Insure a livr viltfeti Marts bred to this stock traded voff or bred to other atocfctNMea 1 c mon y is due Mates pastured at 2100 per ontLt P t 4B LEAcHMs SpW1U t 4LUSTRA ilbN 2661IT- h ouly onofOnwanJ with dkm by Mambthio Patelieri in tcxiry jOtJ = ilitdeading site of 230 perfornenr Mambrino Pat iee Sfard Is the leadIng DtOod mare sire Jr c = Onw 4i sirev4PeaBeu ettaCGz-ett 2O714 Colbert 206 OnwyrJ Silve 203 ancIlS9 oth4n0 PStie e L 5s t George Wilkes 511 t R cord 222 sirp of 8- liamIOI66 i 3J L Das ofDirector217 etc J4 J i trihePtkn53ti Jr Daughter of HMbl toewHlQ t golly Spwsker r+ MItbstho Chief 11 ris4lcJ1y by n rlioMw f t iJI W4 4 MJibrineCMef It RltodXare DstofLalyfloraii AWII1CI riN I 1iIIrSctL 4t1rdamt SSrr 10 fb I Ir a Co Untf W 111SAlieretandonal1colts until seasoi ewtaken to prevent accident butnotrepon Wi MI ant occur Ja due wben mare mare liasld or parted wltlti lals4 have a son of ILLUSTRATOI1with ekw MrJ lIbeing orif of the fanciest road and fmilyiia in ts oe easona same time and place atJMLOOJto iisiis aM V jeoit I will als at the Jtl1e place qtandthe ilr1 BIek Jask KELLY a living Colt atweanlsg tiMe Kelly at r Dr X Wood ellY a dam by Patts Black Hawk P tiTra foVmafeiBfurni h d at very wWoo W term O H DeBAUN CornUhville Ky 41 t V TJT V G rrtrT WrIST I rUTh EXTIACTEO THOIilT PAIN i Jek ipMs1pi t l GILDYY Strictly J Pustc1ss DR J C MUDD 3 liM iiiid Simeon J 4O Jto ira8to9am 1to2pm- OftoMLor er Haydons Drug stor P SZ J mampton MD II 4rk 11 iiera iHst f o 44trissN S RC UCHCC No 38- d WrFGRlGSBy ATTORNEY AT LAW O ct OTH feopiet Haalt J8PMKOFIELD KY 4 T v Dr M W HYATT to 10ac ov Red Cross Drug 4 Store Office hours Hyatt JOfiO IF ILL to 12m 4 to 5 pm J 1 JWINY MAYES 1UlfRAL 1I1HE TOR JUDLICEISIILEMBJILMER 2 TKLEPHONK DAY 19 NJQHT74 4 ZPRINGFIELDKI i D IMF TRUSTY e i PRAcTIcAL k DENTISTOf Ice oVer Haydon Barber 4 PenW work reasonable prices l1fOr gnaranteedS SPRINGFIELD K a 4Sttk Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstwn V and Springfield branch railroad lfcMo 41 Leaver Louisville at 430 p nV Bardstown Junctioti 5 22 pmjSB4rdstown6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m 4No42 Leaves Springfield at- 600 a in Judl own 645a m it Bardatown Junction 730 a m arives at Louisville 820 a m I I No 43 Leaves Louisville a 720 am Bardstown Junctioii ff 8B5 a mJ Bardstown 1005 a m i h arrives at Springtield 1140 p m NQ44 Leaves Springfield at 100 ptm Bardstown 220 p m Bardsbowh Junction 410 pm 1 arrives at Louisville 545 pn r it MtiaDd Shade Trees v Strawberry Plants rk Aparagns Blackberries Rasp laerrieF Roses Ifb bardetn i IWrit for free catalogue We- jtivePQ agents L llultSeDneJer I Son Lexitjgton Ky Ii I Lrb i I TOWN Locitl of Interest The Freshest and latest i h I AIlAitYurcIT Friends I ftitd Acquaintance tMH smMMM mSM FOR SALE Baled Timothy hay 0WiI1ard Thompson New line of braided voiles Mrs Williams Rhode Island Red eggs 506 per setting Mrs G Wash Tucker Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for Bale MroSP Derringer FOR SArE2 slacks of good oats and 600 bales of hay Turner Derringer FOR SALE A few fine Durpc Jersey Boars apd GiltsT FOR SALE Ono registered Duroc Jersey Boar W G Grundy FOR SALEBlack Minorca Eggs 50efor 15 Cockerels 75 jcents Mrs J W Willett FOR RENT8 rooms on first floor garden and orchard 730 month Above graded school Mrs Salhe Eppjerbon FOR SALESquare piano Reason for selling is lack of room for it Apply at this office Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 1and2 per setting fromI pen yard 50cIMrs J I Martin FOR SALE400 bushels machine cleaned good heavy plump early black seed pats P S Barber To pass offi ial inspection your sheep must be dipped in an approved dip Use Minors Fluid Haydon Robertson MrsOL Brady has eggs for sale from prize winning and good laying stock of Barred Plymouth Rock 15for 1 00 We manufacture an incubator that can not be overheated Send for full particulars Tulane Incubator Brooder Co Leo anon Ky Mrs Williams millinery open lug this year was a splendid success Her long experience In millinery business and her success as a milliner never fail to drawlarge crowds to her openings Did you ever stop anJi think that every saqk of White Rose and Ben Johnson flower is guar ant edto be good Givethem a triallIrYol1r grocer does not handle them others do I See what Mr W T Chilton Secy Xv Sheep Breeders Asso ciation says about Minors Fluid asa dip In free booklet at our store Haydon Robertson Mrs CN Willett route 2 has fqr sale pure Columbia Wyan doUs ggs100 for 15 Madison Square Garden Winners also S C Brown Leghorn eggs 100 for 16 Mrs Forbes strain Disc harrows at cost Now iis pats sowing time wheat drills at cost Wire fence cheaper than any for quality Bucgies at your own price AC Kimball I THE WONDER WASHEL Absolutely Guaranteed J I in respect Will was a rML i washing in 60 minutes dfHand Jet us showifesjtoflydu I tICTthi1iI d tHappenings the New Perfection I Oil Stoves cheap Razors- at 1 half prices I oln 41 Shultz Clearer J 1 nTOP1001I FOR SALEFirst class bailed timothy hay xtra gpqd tC L Brady Several interestingi communications yiere crowded out this week for Jack of space J Suits and separate skirts at right prices new and nobby styles at Mrs Williams WANTEDA blacksmith and wood workman combined Brown Bros Simms Ky Jessie the 13 thontliaold sonI of Mr and Mrs Frank Head died Sunday night of croup Burial was at St Rose Tuesday FOR SALE PRIVATELYOne cooking stove in good condition Reason for selling is that I ami going away Mrs Betty GrahamI FOR SALE 15 Drircc Jersey gilts weighing aboutJ50 pounds due to farrow iin March Also baled timothy bay Geo T Clements Ask your Live Stock Inspec tor about Minors Fluid An approved dip tbat will cure and prevent scab and kill tcks andj lice At Haydon Robertsons j A brass band will be in attendance at the lot sale on Satur day April 8th See Wathen Shaders stock of millinery before buying They have the latest styles and the i best of goods at all times Oliver Kays and Oscar Bottom were tried in Judge Litseys court Monday and a fine of 250 assessed each for using insulting and abusive language at Mack ville durirg a disturbance there some weeks ago Quite a crowd attended the pie supper given by the pupils of the Mackville High school Saturday night April 1st which ended very successfully TheI proceeds will go toward purchasing a Websters Unabridged Dictionary which will be used inI a profitable way by the school Dr Carpenter cf Stanford delivered a very interesting lec ture at the Court House TQesday night on Sanitary Conditions The llecture aside from being in teresting from the standpoint of an entertainment was at the same time very instructive and it woflld haye been of great profit could every man woman and child heard it f Lucy Clay of color was triedI before a jury in Judge Litseys court Saturday on a charge of selling liquor to Henrietta Cal houn and acquitt do Although there was doubt as to her guilt in the case in question yet it appeared from the evidence tbat Lucy has been a frequent violator of the liquor laws ane it is to be hoped tbat not only she but everyother violator of the law will be apprehended and fined The local option law iis being shamefully trampled under foot in Springfield but when it CQmes to the point of getting evidence sufficient to convict it is not a very easy job Old Finn Changes The pat we k witnessed a change in the oldest established firm in town whMrMatt C Mayes purchased from G D Roberison Co their store on Maui street The old firm was a very popular one and had been in business many years prior to the Civil War Mrr Mayes the new man is a man wh good business qualities and amaser machinist Be will uphold the reputation of this well established firm Committee Meeting The Democratic Executive Committce of Washington Coun ty is called to meet at the Court- House in Springfield Kentucky on Saturday April 8tn at 2 oclock p m to determine the lime and manner of nominating a Democratic candidate for Rep resentativeVm the Lower House 3fithe KeDtucky General Assem gfejie voted for at the general fjlctic in November 1911 JOSEPH POLIN WJnftma Democratic County Executive Cot mittee tIj 4Matherly M Jerome Mathnijty a nd Mi s Ida EJurdin wenanmedbyRqu JA Smms at Willis aun tin day Mr Matherly ja son of Isaiah Majiierly nnd hid bride Is a dAugbterof Mr Wt deHardin ifi HunterClaybrooke- Announcements made ottheI ppproachmg marriagei of Mr John I Claybrooke to Miss Sa Uftjvtrlce Huntej of Mays yule Ky Mr Clay rooke is a sbn of thelate J R0laybrooke ofIis a daughter of Mr JbxL HunI ter isone of the mo t popular lMiweddintime in Mayrj OwenHenderson Following a courts ip that bei gan in the wards of tl e Univer sity Hospital two yea s ago DrI member1ofpartn1ent of the Uuiverfiity of Louisville and MisS Laura B Owen supftrintenden of iturpes in the hospital of the institution Rsre married in the parlors of the Walton Hotel at toon yesterday by Rev W H Williams a lifelong personal friend of the groom Following ceremony tthey left for Louisville Ky Pope Mrs Mary Pope died at her home on Wet Main treet early Thursday morning Mrs Pope had been in failing health for some time but her death was hastened by a fall wtich she receive l several tteeks ago in which she sustained a fractured hipSShe was a daughter of the late Robert Simms and was a life long resident of the c iunty She was sixtyeight yea or age and had been a widow fd 37 years her husband MnJSptiraim Pope was a Well known and honOred citizen in his day She is sur yived by one son Mfr Ephriam Pope and four daughters Mrs Jas Tinnnpll Minkpn RaHip Margaret and Susie PopeiMrs Pope was an exemplary Christian character and was zealous in the discharge of her1 duties to her family and her neighbors Widowed at an ea rlyi age with a family d pendent up on her she reared tim to man hoo l and womanboqda credit and a comfort to huif in tier de clining years Fan rol seryices were conducted at Stt Dominics Saturday morningS Easter Sale Dont forget the Easter Sale to be held bi the ladies of the Springfield Presbyterian church the Saturday before Easterf For Sa e Two ex tra good family mares 2 cheap family mares all city lroke and not afraid of automo biles Also two gQpd mdles Byon Parks FEFRSCJALM- issEtcaner Duncan is spend ing the week in Lo Isviile Mrs T B Blmdford isjn Louisville today Miss Francs Ma tin is spend ing a ev days in Louisville Mrs J J Malon y and Miss Sallie Pope have returned to Louisville 1 Mr Joseph Ed ejah spent Sun day at New Hope1 Mr R W Watffihas return ed tifrom Fiorjda wierahe spent severa monthss DrR C McPho d ot Leban on was here Friday f Hon John Wv tewii has retttiriijfrom Friinkfoftt Kyj where he has bee discharging his duties asa ember pft the j State Board Of Eq alizjHQ91i Mr and Mrs W P Lachtpan spent Tuesday in Lebanon t Hou San T Spaldingj of Lebanon was heijis Monday Miss Alice McE roy entert3in eda number of her friends inva very charming mannur one evehing of last we 6k oJlMisses Lu ile Green andjJtoar Taylor spent ast eek In Loiiis yUle l Mr Chris Hertlein antI Miss Ka 3olvm spent 6 unday in Fair field j Mrs Walt Lei ichman Isyisitrj ing iel4lyes in LouisTille K Miss Louise Tuker whqiat= tends chool atSjt Catharines is spending a fewjdays at h bme MrSIt Tn mpaon is in4 Louisville t R 1 = r if 4r 1 ILd 1 LVEI1 t 1 = 1 podsSilkst 1 I I ILacesI 1- 1 ij rrot4jJ II I weIl jIf l 11ii r f H1 =I tlti Wefcall your specialattention to rour line of II Carprts Mattings Rugs Wall Paper and A Lace Curtains i11j Carpets 35c to 70c 11Axminis er Carpets 90e to 110 I tolQOMa Rugs 2SOr 2500 9x12 VelM Rugs 1250 1956 I rou will have forty different stylesI from which to select A P C I 300 Pair Lace Curtains 50c to 400 10000 olls Wall Paper 4c tto2S I MarxIL Frat Suits fox young Men and Boysk I Cnningham Duncan JWhartonl 1 rr 44 Messrs L 0 McCarty Perry jMarKs Evan B agan and N G jMarks were iin Lebanon Sunday WlfespentlE Mrs Cirrie PraH has letuirhed to Henryville t tlaftei a visit tj her mother Mrs Bettie Graham here- ttMrand Mrs Benedict Baler of New York Visited relatives Here Ilast week Mr EO Walker is ill with measles To Our Friends and Customers Having purchased the interest and good will of Mr C A Green in the old firm ofMarks Green in the Springfield Planing Mill we wish to say to our old friends and customers that we are at tbe old stand with a nice stock ol llumber lathes phingles sash doorand blinds acme cement plaster and coal When in need of anything io our line come and see us and we will show you what a little cash will do We are prepared to make any kind of odd mill work brackoits col urns etc We also handle Fair banks Morse Gasoline engines scales pumps djnamos water plants for country use aud the famous Indian Motocycles All kinds of electricalf and machine work done WJ K MARKS N1U MARKS RQBT D MARKS W K Marks isotfs Springfidld Kyi House and Lot For Sale rImmediately following the lot sale I will on Saturday April i 8th sell to thej1hest biddermy house and lop on East Main strpt The lqt bas 150 feet fiprilage and ii42Q feet deep The house is a five rootaeIvtth a splendid cellar beneatiL- ThetO is a cistern antI hydranTin the yank Good washljbuEie nnd a stable that will Shelter a surt rey wagon and three horses Also btHer outbuildings Terms made known on day of sale iGe JBgemthan N j ticeIJ 1againstJohn BurnSi deceased will preI iwnisame to me properly proven on ofbefore May 15 1911 Jobn 0 Polin Executor t CryFOR OASTO4RIA MOoresvffle We are sorry tp report that Mrs Sarah Moore is no better Miss Mdttie Yates and Mpr t cella Walls at tended church at New Hope Sunday Mrs Ophelia Settle and Jennie Cutsing r w rein Louisville last week We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Gpode- ErastuB Yates and Walter Briggs made a flying trip to Woodlawn Sunday Mrs Nannie Bowes and father attendeil the funeral of Mr Mc Carty at Danville last Friday Saves TobJyesN- either 1 my slater nor my self might be living today if it had not been for Dr iiihga New Discovery1 writes D McDonald of Payettc yule NC R D No 8 for wq both had frightful coughs that no other remedy xonld 1 sp We were told toy sister had cpisuenptlnon She was very weak and hap night sweats but your wonderful medicine com pletely cur d us both Its the best I erer used or heard of Forsore lungs coughs colds hemorrhage la grippe asthma hay feyer croup whooping cougba1 bronchial trou blesits supreme Trial bottle sree 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don Robertson Chinese arid Vaccination Unless it Is absolutely necessary I never like to ret a Chinaman started on the vaccination game because ha Sever knows where to stop said a mlsBlonary He Jlghta against the Initiation with all the stubbornness of his oriental natureS but once he be cornea iconTlriccd of the efficacy of vaccfrivinis he goes on the principle that ybuvdant It too much of4a good thing andjWants a dose of It for efery Ill that besets him The Chinaman who haa been once vaccinated wantS It doneaiI over again even tlj ia h e puU7trents have formed the vaccination habit If the missionaries and doo tors didnt watch out their ttears would be in a state of eruption half the time 1 JLittle Willie Again 1tromHe was tired and did not to be disturbed iPaiaicame the littlevoice again Whattis it Willie replied his fIo thersleeplly youLaumplnV laliHtttJlttle voice SSo pa rose up- Jfrin his downy and putting pn his batffrbbo and slippera marched into the nursery Well what is it Bet he asked Say paMsald UtU WUHj if yeti WM to feed the cow oButJfBfc would slie give kTlncerof Karf ri WtfUly f Att1Ud be IiHare yogcgqo4 JArtr Mki the friend f th aetoe Who har3 enpclt to pla II BUIIHt compiy at thOloba tbstter i Fniwr ed hplase rve Eercude Ja KbmtQ U JuUei r cIindboaui I kiak It a Mtew1 Os tto msi 1i liMMti ikyi kf eaSc SIIutttok to o tate laeniM t f 9x12 Axanihisteir l+ f tpj 1 9x12TstryigsiOOOto2O i rfJc4liiEi 1 t t ibI Go9dTh1nsfII on jthi appetizing pies buM W a4 I confect bneiy They look good awi arttfsjiL llllg3ze y i W1llf1ak t Ytw- I It t HUngry ItJJ ff and If you take some home the fa4y4k IjAiM I you Egfjmg from Lowneys Choc lalKikt srispecial mince piei is the bait of its Kusd lio MMM WCum de and perfectly delkaous ij t v Hry I I Giveusj a call v iIAt i CTTVftflDAriVA QCbTt nMlLMIi1 a 1l ii- 4iM4c444 IIr u Pe1ebrated Brawn t r I PSS StjPivot5 CultivatsIa1S iil The beat on theJ t t A C KiMBAlL t ifr Ir Hateitt Ri II t New Firrai tJ iinips Tipntng Plumbing f kJ11tWdter andSteaNeDASCILY trr II trial AI P Qij55S ryic1II f 0 i iSIft j ri i r 7 = r c r r ILrs = = r r f tMiktheinod1tttfri 1 r t tlf0odandt11flostS f CI and ddou 0iaOYALCi J Ti RAKING 4 POWDERJI1 i t L AkIIyiykgPowdrmA4o 1MJiiJt Roya1GrapCrmofTarthrk r r No fusing or fretting over i thecuit making Royal t iste aid oYftny a J14 Ii fit jz 1- c rrFY IIi cooks success tV fr t J 1 r1 iJca Jk1KipFIS SaJ Nme- rVALIAKIfHI co II t HISf1 BEST t l 7 ht ere Melville most intimate IriiMe reeJated the loathla wltk walea the eight of hi evening clothes Jaeplred w Whea harried lilt It lI ar Wifely aataority he would don the 4 aaaerredtameats but hie excuses fii inlilai all ie Ul 1 buritni weartac the fuCtJoMWhlchJ Iu IMitULI A rICIO w WUi 1deatkIs eAerM to avoM weariac hie evening etethes were aot oBIT oat of all pro 4 yertie to yeeelhle diecoBaforthe j fJtakJa them ei 4 Mt ther were a peeitlve evidence of ne1V rrJJUTr rarf wae tMt particular i Jieet waa BMattoaet eke always said MYe k ew I love toy husband dearly f 8e to the Met man the worlttbut tliere are tbaee when I really want to 4e 4a eone bodily injury His abeo l Mle tarfHJtereaee to Ids appearance is etaifly Ba44ealsg Be doeent care kw he ieoka Ai1ouhecanbec14M bed Jut u wear any old thisiffa ywhere Its perfectly serve raektac r 4k Velvme aeeae4 qirite pleased with i the w el atte dlag his sisters wed iteig tte the sculi tows where hie par jj t HMrteJIv wtIl Mrs Melville casually V IMs4 that he maet hays his eve ataic ckithee preeee4 in reparation v fer the viek rWhyM he protested half the men dfesit rii taUe4 moakey J Jt aM aoaMnse returned Mrs t i i Xelvpe The people down there are u vtte lar about their drew as we- FT are aa4 more so People In small 1 towse4 always dreu Tight up to the fateet ttiSoMelville 4reee suit was sentt- oabpvee4ik Mi Melville was slightly cuapii deae el the sudden accession of help v fwiaeM that caused her husband to eerte yaek him Own suitcase the aIIIK1Ntlle1MkKttle trip Being a wise wewaa she kept her weather eye oa him Thus the was Just in j tjaip to cee hla going through some t Piter wovderful gymBastica IAn et Jest te fut hte suitcase with one ha d while he Meditatively dropped f hiaeveahU elothee la an obscure cot0 aer of Ufe closet She said nothing 4 1r the BMfely traastxed him with a V 1teTIaN The clothe came neek y1ly ettt ateia Del were sadly deposited V to the srtteaie Melville teirried both his own suit jT eeN a4 JaI rite a down to the office J ke aierala where Mrs Melville V was te jote aim just before luncheon tkae They were to take luncheon to i ether which would leave them am S JS thae to reach the train They rf Were aeewt llalf way to the train waea Mrs Melville suddenly clutched MrAibu j wa re aae ejaculated sternly waeire to yowr HitcasetIMelvWe looked silly and Mrs Mel TiUe eeatessptaeus Tew ataet have left it in the res I taaraaty she NJLDOnt waste a attottte Run JaCk and get ItI Mejville sped back tQthe res wni ad thin reached the station r wUeaee la hand Just iatlrae to board 1 trMa ifchly sheepukew3 r IMt 0Yl wt It Ul1U1q replied J Mn MelvUle caustically It waa aot jiatil they had reached toM jHMee aad were belng regaled with tea aad conversation that the dlIee reL- ri vJNecybody raa about excitedly for 4a w4flle rreryfcedy that s exce- ptewheeatwitka1nl faeecaInlyTiiiL t aenztba treat ana re styzfrom which had come the carnage which had brought them up from the station He also telephoned to the stationI telegraph to the train he said finally but Its a through train tram here on and I dont know where a telegram would intercept It Mrj Melville sat down her teacup Cakefitat1 wouldnt bother she said sweet lly to take alll that trouble Melville turned to her with a radiant smile All right Mary he beamed If you dont mind Im sure I dont Ill tell everybody how I happen toe wearing my old business salt Instead of my beautiful glad rags There was asleiuDlnMrl Mel majesticallytrfumphantly hall When she returned she had over her arm folded neatly the de tested evening clothes Tom dear she said I was afraid something might happen to your suit case so after you went td bed llast night I took all the most necessary things out of It and put them Into m Melvilles fate Which at hIs wifes appearance with the garments had grown at least two inches longer dropped mOro and more as she pro ceeded At the close of her speech with a cloyingly sweet smile she laid the clothes upon his hopeleu and un protestlng knee WeUhe said finally 1 cease to trUlelluppose this Is what you callfataNo Tom replied his wife deeM edly It isnt Its what I call tots depravity l REFRIGERATOR FORCQUNTRY aScheme for Keeping Things Cool ttf the Well When 1Procurabl A country place Is not always site ated where ice can be procured during tho summer months aid a substitute refrigerator must beyprovided A res- Ident of a country place devised a cooling apparatus which he placed In his weJL The device consisted of a box about one foot square made of boards having a length to reach most l to the water level and to extend ttheera shelves is made to slip easll Into the long one similar to dumb waiter This smaller box iif lowers and raised with an oldfashloncd wind lass The smaller box containing the shelves is filled with things to be kept cooL Popular M CJI J r WELCOME WORDS TO WQMN j I we11 therIo sad recehre free the ads el a o1 over ofOMn experiesce tII id sad seaeesgspecialist iethe diseases jl T Esry ktr el tWe ort he the most ifJ eebdIiales sd 3narde4 as sacredly dMW Msay tiwl1modest women iai7 iII Ik PMIrMwMt they would shrink writeSah their local pyssa The lOcal physiciaa Is NT lM eot cIorthing I ff ellIk Piers hold thatBeIs t FhJl easisata gerslly aced Sy ss i a w pt ia eels tpMII se14ib 0ca 1k Neees sasst w r ye right tile pr 1 It k J laveite Prdtttiellu iIII Lt5 fISpSS3 i s s of die worst sdJees Va 1a to rAIr iv e1ect olt a1sAiLThIsr s eegk SIIMk b4cers dee 4at iN evasy- Nsat d ae illolI I l it DMnrile N W Odd p It 4 eI N Ys1swjIsJ4b well LI ttGIVIN 1 THEM Hf A TREAT Is SIlat Billy said the little bride to iiIyou husband Emily and Maude eoialag to lunch today I want to give tVeat a treata hoaie luncheon Theyll b1a4 of aayltblng given them though they used to tuia lot at what they got to eat at the boarding bottw Theyre retular kickers my dear declared Billy You are wasting yow UuIeoRtkN- rTot shame Billy You know ho jfwe were to be Invited out when we lived there after we were married Fat going to take pity on them and let them see how cozy our home is Tra going to give them the simplest thiaff well socked so they wont go back and say that Im extravagant Then she hurried into the kitchen tor give a few flail directions to her little maiL plateafromto spill anything Mix the salad at the last momeat so the applY wont thchasgcream 4 cabbage burn It burns soi cleasilyeverything as Ibosrde4wberthay do the tint alx weeks after I wAs mar rid ad I get very tired of It Theree the beUIthgo l Tm so glad to see you girls she weE saying a moment laterIyour kits here on the bed rWbat a perteotly loyely flat saidi Maude Iff so sweet of you to ask us to a home meal Were going to have you to dir- tner at the boarding house only rDa a shame to uk you away from Iplace like this slid Emily Id love to come Sometime de clarK the hosUes Qne lets tired of planning meals though I do take a pride In my simple men l1 suppose It Is a plesure to think out the meals said Maude You can at least have a change Take It fromI me doer that cabbage In some rOrIQI or other for 411 days in each palls on ones appetite disguise It Iyou wilt IIthink Its mice med tam mered the hosteea Not If you had it u often u we do at the boarding hoaee Cabbage Is as much a part of ota lives thu goe sip Is By the way thy say that Mrs goftus his gone to her mother house me a minute II think there fts something burnlpg The hostess hurried Into the kitchen to make a change In her menu A minute later Bertha started for the nearest store Isnt everything all right r asked Maude lsnt that your maid running down the streetr II sent her on an errand I hope you and Emily brought good appe titesYou were a darling to ask us to lunch said Emily A change from boarding house fare will do us lots good Im as hungry as a wolf ofI So am I chimed In Maude 1 could just eat anythingaExcept apples excl 1mtJ1 emilyaI think our landlady has bought a load and wants to get rid of Apple sauce t9 the right of us carI pie to the left of us salad and trJe4 front of uaExcuse me a minute Ill have go to the kitchen nSomethingburnlngThe hostess returned soon somewhat flushed Then Bertha was sean hurry Ing down the street again It must be nice to have the stores so near said Maude glancing at the clock But you mustnt go to any trouble for ustNo Indeed declared Emily We like everything I thought I tomatoes I Just love themIf melledI are not spoiled with sweetening 11 didnt know you disliked sugar In them Excuse me I will see near luncheon Is ready howI Mrs Cary iIs terribly uneasy this lunch said Maude to Emily 1I dont believe Xu Gary allows her to entertain much i hate a stingy man dont you They aay they are awfully economical If she makes another Journey to that kitchen I shall starve Anyhow wen have some good borne made food- I think she ought to keep a stale In the kitchen and make a note of things from the grocery said Emily Shell lose that maid sending her out so luncheon of cold boiled ham canned com and other products of the nearest store was received In disap guestaIngutatocry During the lachrymal flood Billy eneredIMy luncheon was a failure They wwouldnt eat anything I had to make a new menu andand Bertha has give notice Pplease filly lets so to boarding No one appreciates Is this what they wouldnt haven dlnnlrl1tt anCa been a chef In some previous existence Boarding Indeed The trouble la those girls have the kicking habita board Ing house disease my dear Well not take any more chances of catching IfYou realty like these things t ukedI Billys wife cheering up Then Tm glad the girls didnt want themI think 5I glrIacanthey want rinrrfICleaning Bagdad Rugs It is very difficult toflrMfoa Bard ad couch cover or rug sacceefuliy The colors are almost sure to run when treated In the ordinary way beginning operations separateBeforeI strips Thenwaah each one in jarate wateK Use white soap and Ibaaralsed Fy brisk stirring Donotrub thstPip8 oa a washboard but metal IUrtl1mltrlak11 YI hang them over a clothes horso In the kitchen away from the sunlight Be tbeltrlPaldoout the wrinkles with a hot Iron If the middle strips have become slightly worn exchange them with those on the topthtlelllnf Hint twoOaai JwJJ it J RECOGNISED THE REAL THING feefeiy Lilly at Las Reallaed That She Had Come ti a of PuflhhiitPlaMII t81hadetially at the gate V UJ It be possible for me to IIcu ofInsaCertalnlJ think so ldont care to be near the rlffraffi Ar sugeiitableno4icultyhere1 could give dinner parties when I liked r n Dear me yes And make a plude at It 6 certainly I should expect to pend my sum mere abroad Quite right Return tickets free tjSeveral the haut ton The lady lifted her lorgnette She 8 jDo e said I am agreeably surprlne twas afraid till place was not kept up to conform e best standards ijt troubled me to think I might possibly have to asso atO with my InferIors I am glad to to see that you haveisuch a sense ofI the fitness of things I am very gladI cqualntlyou to see that my arrival is chron theIpapers His majesty bowed respectively Sorry madam but that will be Im possible J hlmjhaughtl17How There are no papers here There are ho society columns No matter InIabsolute ignorance fItAnd sinking back he muttered soft to herself llY CThisI THESE WOMEN 4 red Mr automobile Smith Wai she in a black or tastIIwhite yacht hat with a blue JJand white shirt wait trimmed In pink brown skirt and she had a bunch o f violets pinned jat her waist As It MIght Have Been Maria said tie choleric father of Ia beautiful daughter Who was that y Stoungight and stayed until midnight Ji want tq know at jonce You shall knoW In due time said Marie But first I want to know something Was Ihe a young fool because he called op mer What Or was he a young tool becayse he thought me attractive enough to talk to until midnight 1hy you think that any young IljaIlj INow because there are so many IgIrls 0 have sensible fathers that any man who calls on tnI otdcurmua1geon tgurglebe efulsobbecause7- 0U didnt call him a fool to his lacei youdelsplseBut Maria was talking to space The choleric father had fled to the cyclone cellarSuuday Magazine of the Pit ts burg Dispatch 44 rGlazed Frulta arid Nub Boll without stirring for fto or 16 minute pat pound granulated sugar and bnetialf cup water Test In water and when brittle remove from fire af one tablespoon lemon Juice and s t the pan containing the candy In a bowl of not water With a long pin or needle Immerse section of orangeI grapes figs almonds walnuts or pe cans and set upon oiled papers The fruit qr nuts must be thoroughly dry before candy 4IPPIIIO tiiiuifc lire KMiij TiniliairiloiecSoiNtlLHpr Pin a bottiebrcotntnon yourwaterra + habrick dust edi ment orsettling 7 striLgy or milky T rance9tenindicates I unhealthy tion of the kid neys too fie quent desire to nthttheoiderIrsSwaxnptoot1 ngrheumatismkidneYIliverftheurinaryIJUsageand baneffectsbeet andes that unpleasant ne gaoftenthroughtimes during the night The mild ai immediate effect of soon realized It stands the highest be- causeOfitSte1natkablelll I freebymaiJAddiessDr 4rememberJi pRootJiI1lbuatonN i a Scott s Emulsion is the originalhas been the standard for thirtyfive years There are thousands socalled justas good Emulsions put they are tthey arfc simply imii tations which are lidyeir as good as the original They are like thin milk- SCOTTS is thick like a heavy creami If you want it thin do Ljt yourself with water but dont buy it thin roB fiAEE BT Ali DBUGQI8T8 Send 1Oc mm fot piper anl thb a for oar beautiful 5T1fl55 B nk and Child SketchBook Jachbank ctI Ocot Hack Xuni SCOTT Ie BOWNE 409 Ptari i St New Yodt p r 4 AND THI DM CAME lACK Plttsbuif Mans Act of Duplicity Got Him Nothing as the Slang Phrase Says Out in the Schenley Farms district is a large Irate man who lin on the lookout for a small freckled boy wi a funny little green cap And woe betide that boy if he is caught which he probably will not be The man has a dog or what passes for one In the eyes of his wife It Is one of those wispy and bedraggledlooking kyoodlei with a peevish disposition and a m qt hair hanging In its eyes It Is the gtftfof his wifes mother and to hit wife is all that a dog could or should be It was when the gentleman In ques lion came one morning upon a small frecklefaced youngster with a funny little green cap playing with the flog that an inspiration came to him Say boy he ventured would you like to own that dog Wot met replied the boy 1 wouldnt take ilm tButlike you and Ill tell you what Ill do Ill give you a quarter If you sneak away with him and lose him somewhere But be careful that my wits doesnt see you or shell skin yoo allyedIm on said the kid and clutch Ing the coin and the dog he dal away while the man proceeded to hIs o flmceEvening came and the man return to his home At the threshold he was greeted by a shrill yelp and ther stood his et jnewJames cooed his wife What do you think Poor little Fluffy was llost all day I was worried nearly sick And then a little boy broU n him back The dearest little chap with a freckled face and a funny little green caps He found him away down town and I gave him a dollar for roublePittaburgt QazetteTlmes II HINTS FOR THE HOSTESS Attractive Way to Serve Banana Ice Cream Jjfow to Combine Apr cot WJth Curaqao Banana too cream haa quite a fe tire appearance when served In sher bet glasses and decorated with frostedl slices of bananas and preserved cher vies which ihould be stoned and tirely freed from superfluous Juice To frost th bananas dip the slices into a thin white icing similar to a cake frosting The slices should be merely glazed and riot heavily If It is Inconvenient to frost coatedj anal the slices may be used plainISnowballs of Ice cream are very attractive when served with snowballs of cake ona wintry night when real preIlady cake It from crust and dip it Into cocoanut frosting If a little coconut Is sprinkled over the Ice cream balls the two will look to much alike that one can hardly tell the dif terence A famous chef served apricots with Curacao Remove the Juice from a pint can of apricots Add a table spoonful of sugar and the rind of an orange to the juice Let it boil ten minutes then remove the rind Stir in two tablespoonfuls of Curacao and pour It over the fruit Serve wh n cold A few spoonfuls of Curacao add a delicate flavor to sliced and sugared oranges Almond flavoring is very nice with boiled dunplings and batter puddingy In whJ oh cherries or peaches are uard Do not hQwever have more than altuggestlbnlofthls flavorP CASTE A BARRIER IN INDIA Snobbery plfted Into Fanaticalt Relig lobs 1SocIalCondltlonif First off all cute Is a question of birth and there Js Dd entry except by birth A worker in a coOl mine may become a part owner thereof and his daughter marry apeer and his son become a peer of Englandgrandf minions vfll enable the1 low ca du to mart into a Brahman family or Oven to touch the hand or throw his shadow on the food of a Brahman in India If a man is excommunicated by his caste fellows in India no one of the caste will eat with hire accept water from his hands or marry him ills own wife will not touch him or speaT with hlim He is dead to his family The barber even will not shave him or cut hip hair or hIs toe nails A Brahman clerk has been known to distribute legal documdnta by throwing them down at the end ot hisdcarrierskto refuse 0 enter the housesof or to permit thprnaelveg to come Into personal contact w lth those of a lower status than them selves If one could picture to oneself EO clal snobbery lifted into a fanatical religious faith it would be a paled scription of the iron subdivisions of caste In India There lsno patrlotlsir and cn be none in a countrythns divided against itself Scribneia- MBLaxlno n T Hr Fogfu1hess Lea metQ a memory cure began the girl who likes to talk Buy me- a ticket for a full course and If there are nyextrs tack them onl I need assistance of that kind and if I dont get It pretty rfoon Ill te A social put cast p peeIel havlnlonesm1nd oh things When llife is so short what difference can it make in Ulb history of p hundred years or so whether you do or do not orgel to attend to something you had int a moment of aberration sdd you would I like breadth of1 view my solf If Joseph Stevens only tad had breadth of view he would not now be considering me with lofty disdain far stead of bestowing upon the the devoted admiration which once was my portion from him Taking It all In all I succeeded last weeks In getting my self cordially hated by more persons than I had before realized were on my list of acquaintances It seqmed sago d to hate an eve ning with nothing to do when Wednesday came that resolved to enjoy it thoroughly Yor I had h cia rather strenuous social career for sOme time So after dinner I went upstairs and made myself ready for bed I rubbed cold cream Into my haggard coun tenance for ten minutes and did my hair up on curlers because it had seen so much of the hot Iron thattte- ededn a rest Just as I was turning out the light the doorbell rang4f hesently mother came 3pstaira and Into my room with a bewildered countenance She blinked at my cob tume arid my shiny face Dear me she murmured ThIs Is most peculiar you Joseph Ste vens is downstairs 11fSendhlnr waYJ said sleepily Toil him JI have1 three headaches and feel another coming on 1 will try toexcuse you properly mother said with dignity But she came back almost Immediately He insista that he hat an engagement to take you to the theater this evening UI Just regarded mother sternly When I am guilty of anything serious I find It is a great moral bracer to act as If the other person were at fault You can seq for yourself I old her that I cant go to the the ater with toy hair done like thiIand mylaceseph tp keep such an Inopportune en gagement Youll have to make a thoroughly good explanation mother ear and get me out of It gracefully harddshe an- ounced uncompromisingly that youI lUddid Ive been writing contrite notes to Joseph ever since Indj The next day I met Mary Miller downtown shopping and we had tea together I devoted fifteen r Inutcs to telling her about the card party rIr I was to have him pick me out and what I was ngi to wear and how he had asked If I preferred vlofeist WHen I t through she coughed in an odd IIme v Af suppose she murmured a tie thing like the dinner a my house on the 28th which you acceptedlast week couldnt be expected vto r Ini your memory Sometimes convenient to forget things Nothing I could say In liy h 1alnttserved to convince her that I slighted her deliberately Mary touchy Shell never speak to again I suppose I was so upset over it that got home before I remem bered that I had a five oclock appointment I with the dressmaker So I didnt get my spangled dress In time for Sallys dance 4hqd to wear the pink one that slmpiy kills the pink dress Sally wore and I hadpromlaed Iher not to wear mine Now she thinks Im a deceitful cat and wanted to spoil her looks Irile worst however was when sixI girls arrived Saturday for luncheon Iand I hadnt remembered inviting them until they walked In on me The cook was sick and mother and I were eating handmade sandwiches in the pantry at the time I really was a bit confused Leaving mQther fepeech Ilelll I marched all six of those girls around the corner toa little home restaurant and gave them a 3cnt table dhote luncheon Of course Ill have them at home again soon to make up for it but most of them seemed annoyed at taking all their best clothes Into a cheap cafe t think th07 were lucky to get anything to eatatalL IIt seems that when we left the restaurant I forgot to pay the check for that evening while the minister and his wife were calling the pros prletors son rang the bell and In a loud and distinct tone which pane trated easily to the living room de l Jiotriedthey ate Im not at all popular with my myrecentMends left I thlnktVenuaJmuslhave l1ostrikes me as being a mark of die tinotioato forfet em ITAKING NO CHANCES j IJ rIGuideWe are ndw about to entpr I the galery of the senate Silas HayrickrWalt a minute xnic UrV till I bIde myv watch and mono srww T = tii L Children Cry for FItchejrsoQ l XX Tho Kind You Rave Always JBonght aad which hU bi ain pc for over 30 years has boiaie tie rignature tef iI aud has been made undexhl pe Sourti surv1Ion since Urn lisfey AUbwnoondtodecclYeyonlmthig All rdUnt iIExperimentscnllBgep ee or 7Lrinfants anti C iIdrc fExperlcncp against ZIper1e t rWbat iis CATORIACastoria 1t a barmiess ParegorioIteoiifalnstbecrcIsubstancesIttiesfroya WesantI alJnYQ FcveriBlmcss It cures Dlarrkcea atWLfColic lIt Relieves Toothing Troubles cures Cosastlptlei Jrand Flatulency It Assimilates the Fotfd regulates tkStomach find BoweLs giving healthy awl atra1 sepThe OhUdtens PanatcaT1to Mothers iFricat GENUiIECASTORIA ALWAYSp y Beats the Signature of tttp i t Tile Kind Yw Bave Always Botigktt fiKCCENTAuncoeiPANr7rMuiiR lff t r c EVJERY BLISIiNCSS IHlfliS fs the importance of Conducting all businessi details by both tlocal and long distance It Is economy in sjivin rRcogp and money tTnexceled telephone service can be had line of the CumberJand Telephone andTeIegi piiCpSiBr Longidistance connections to alt important points Intli Umted States rates reaEojalbeBervice the best f tfC IBLA n TELFAPHON ETLEGRAE COMPANY jlncprporated ii 1 == = = = yr e i fit Bad Fix btdfix j I GIafter that II sIckbeadacgs ollifeneludedtobtS nee taking Cardul I am so much better and can eall my housework Iae cARDffllvleThe Wdmtns TSMC Dp not allow yourself fa gettlnto a baityix YOU nilgbt gett in so bad yoaf would find it hard to get out B tier take C rdul while thereis time while you artstilliIr moderately good health just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top condition I wiUlnKIuallyupgr do instead of the dwnand by and bye you w41- aiTiV at the DoM pole Qfperfect health let a bottle at your druggists today f r Chifedren jCry FOR FLETCHERS A STO I 14I r OryEu cAsro R I A 4r f 1teutred i 7 Mx Badc It 1 It W 4- For twentynine yeal5h beea jit intervals ajtrca stdferef t thattg IIons oE te various kinds of jteoi mqntst aadbils I have u fd and with but little relicL Kecc tly CIwcosdtoybs1selp LMMeetItandbottlesandl With41esidsucces MtnvlcIHRMewritesIamany myankad bps wblck Las broughon rheumatism in tile bciatc nerve I hadk ec bs aaihtwhen sitting m my chair that I had to jump on say fcetto fet eiief Iatjpncel applied your iiLOANSii o 1twpsISloans Lihiment does Jiy it for JRheumatism Sciatica Sprain3 Chest JP ins and Sore Throat Itgives alrtiost instant relief PrIce l3c 50c i4 100 ab AU hsSend for SIoees Yr eka s DRi EARLS SLOAN BOSTON MASS i