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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p p 1883ai ESTA1LJStJED 1 t fA u iiit f XVI Hi NO 15 APRIL 13 1911 ta H UOa T t t I t SHE L II I pae good thing aboutjne IV fCosy U niyselr jrcwlcis ite tvan vi h lb b rj nc Cwm set 4cci ocr Joaoous Tl1trO 1nt un nVlou5 heir In ray head ttojl Im Just t lorry lor people who are different I Take jr itaUrlBIaw for lastanco- JhAt ITOME ii to afraid she wont be first everything and kave every thing ulcer thai anybody elses that It has ruined ksr disposition Not thale had amy dlspoiltlon tb boast ot cf the start though my Henry couldnt doa thing f f1 aboutber sweet matur b ton he mar kr tsireUhrily fat lato their new flat Jbefore ike WM running down my J dialingroom f to wr face just be cause kI waMt aa good She did Hin ab1Ite way of course when I mntIok that I wouldnt give one body hruiMk rue with roses Ilka mine toe tea dull oriental things Uke hers ahej just imiled and feald mine wouldnt wear pearly as lon as hers and to some tiuUq iny colors were crude Juzt because she was sorry Ebe had spent all that moneythree Ernes tfie sum I put In my rugsanSI Afgot nothing so good looking for + Shes kit hers all this time out ot spite make me think she Is per fectljr satisfied ghe lit perfectly foolish about spending money Goodness knows Id ju k for It I ebuld hare lota more monei to e1 bull dont believe In nagging your husband Shes got my hands money over aa though he liked to butI guesa I can read between the JMeav She makes my brother think fihes delicate I guess I know these slim wiry women theyre as strong as a horse Shes not nearly so dell cate as I am and theres no sense Cner being pampered I f Shes Just plain foolish over her- complexion I giiess other people on 1 T I wasatMWJ awfully much Why when t V heard my mother say Ht mSmy times people used to it t lsnt natural for any human child to I havoa skin like that an you want to look out youll never raise her- O co jirse It Wasnt natural for It to stay so marvelous after I grew up but inil sat with my back to the light It looked all right Only i never b9ast be Itand Mirandai making feychr afuw over her ekln She has my brpthex hypnotlxed Into thinking It wonderful too tPu an a Tell dear he says to her when they go antomoblllng I dont want you to ruin your face with the dust As if a dynamite blast could e I 0fmak her face took any worse than It It makes me sick to see a man so t by a woman who buys her com plexion at the drug store and puts It on with a trowel Bometime when I get a chance rm going through Mirandas top bureau drawerrand pull out her rouge and powder truck and leave em lying abound where my brother can see em Ita a perfect shame for him to be deceived arid so happy about it You neednt talk tomabout being able to see her color come and goshe Just hypnotizes people Into thinkingf it doek That electric ear of hers Is the wofct Ive walked or taken the street cars all the days of my life and If jthats good enough for me Its plenty good enough for my brothers wife Just because her father gave it to her that is no sign she shouldnt I haye been woman enough to refuse it Loadlngimy poor brother down with the exp Eisp of keeping fttHer father built the garage In the rear of their lot to keep it in and she says she and4ienry take all the care ofIt themselves but thats no excuse Its just genuine reckless downright ex trajrngance and it makes me sick Wliy1m perfectly sure I could have k six electrics if Id ask for em but I have too much sense and a better Idea of jhjrdufy to my husband Miranda drove around the day after tjjp the got the electric andsaid shed cometo take me for arfde but I sn going to let herhaie pleas jljof gloating qver rte an4think1ng she lhad so much more thgnl CI4 SheI Just wanted to jbow off beforpX my neighbors and have them pftrfni zne DJecauee I didnt Jiave thInks ilka my b6lhTrswlfe 1 So i aldNo thank you Miranda I have my duties at home to attend to naa good wife shQuld and Ive no j AtJjme to go flying around tQwn when I might be better employed In darning my poor husbands socks who Is work ing hard aChla ofQce I said it point edly too but I dont believe sHe took Uto herself t shes sp satisfied with eyerythlng Cf y Hut she cajxt bear to see me hav anything she hasnt got You ought to have beUier admire my new fou flard jdressffroud have thought sue Veant it but fknew It was Just that she was trySS to hide the Jealousy In her soul f irThank goodness Itt I do say it there ispt any nvy lame i ialuatt n in Exercise f Actuaintanc Mudge you look 1 tjred Still holding that Job in the L department store Its time you were jJr J ree tJ i haeben Ii I aortot W7ta co nt r jump erin the dajtla aad a floor walker atniglt W t iufacturran iucubatoi I Vv Uiat cam f o be oerheated ij ac + 5ncj b ior Brooder Co Leo ro I CMlMT1t r J TIlE IVI3WS= t LEADI3Ra1 3il cDt SftlN6FIEtD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY PWYEM JWASNT ENVIOUS 1Thereis brotherf iJxIed justj asIwas3ajhe1iive complexion doea4S YouEgFatherfl1 fofwllprtici1arTu vD 0iII8IW1M rrNEWSOUTII I And Her Possibilities Re yiewed by Senator j J Gordon ITh following beautiful df dress w delivered by Senator berorelthel 1ItSixty years ago J passed through Atlanta ou atugecoach- wasand told that a site on which a village was bcingjui- 1tbdaedqwnership asthk result of a quarter race Ten years later I passed through again on a railway train but stead of the ring of the saw iff hammer I heard the war of abuglehlastiand heating drums With a nev gene atipr of peace and the prosperity tat always follows with itifrtrain of commerce we b hcldtod1in beautiful city ajpd a happy people uThe occasion of this meeting is the making of a new page in the history of olrf great Com monwealth And it is well to correct the mistakes of history in what is being written of the generation that has passed away The old Southerner has been represented as dn indolent plea sureloving individual duelling in a lops oatiqg land whose peopl ere a hospitable cheer ful foik endowed with plenty caring fcir nothing saye their own pleasure looking on the business world with an iimpas- sive if not a disapproving eye This is a vile slander upon a brave chivalrous race who were proud without arrogance holdI lag honor above price abd so stout of heart that when the fortunes otwar iin its bgsomdeI struction laid waste their lands shattering their idejals though stricken with wounds and heart burnings they were not humili a dTheydld not repine or weep pyeT lost treasures but went manfully to work to restore them They were an agriculr turial people and it must be ret membeu d thatfrcftn the resour ces of the Soufth came the wealth of the Nation They Lived on their farms consequently they did not build cities as rapidlyas the people rwho built factories and mills and Were enriched by their products and commercial enterprises It is a mistake to say they lackedenergy From temperate climes have sprung the greatest warriors statesman aLd lawgivers poets and philosophers of the world The South isa land that has produced a Wash ington a Lee Stonewall ij ick son Clar Caihoun and Lamar a Georgia product and Mississippi developed statesman Kentucky beasts of being tho mother of Lincoln and Davis aad the men who were able to endure the hardships of war as did tbe soldiers of the Southin every war from Yorktown to Mexico are worthy a place in history amongst tbe grandest heroes Thu loyalty witn viiich the Cue federate soldier kept life faith and his honor in adhering to his pledge when he received bis paL role entitled him to a bright place on the page of history that will evet remain an unfad Jog immortafto his memory ICtheSnitherneprqgressed siowly after the war itimstbe remembered the conditions by which he was environed t JBe began the battle of life anew confronted by a race problem sufficient to appall the stoutest heart This meeting is the making of a new pWe in the history or our coul1try In the last half century thieve has been the greatest ad acemint in CJm toerce by means ot scientific inventions that have curtailed the earths surface and made uleigi beta of people thousands of miles part Every cable that rests upon the coral strand 9f diatam lands spe U wIh tongues of flrt ofVeace and good will to the na Jon of the earth Eyery salt that flutters icthe breezu every iron keel that splits the ocean waves every railroad tract ttlai Crosses over states jis ft nighty- mersengerof cotofuerce jII Wehave the greatest country in the wort blessed with more natural resources of wealth than tiny other nation We have the most oerfect system of self government in the world Stand rcpresntativeofYthe rearIgoarqof rny comrades have psssedover- th a dark river where they rest undethe shade of the trees Ii spefklacd especially to tne sons aiid grandson qf the to great armies who once contended on Ensanguined fields and are now one people We are now a re united nation Upon ypu young ofliowith the burden of its trusts and responsibilities We can only sayas the dying gladiator whtic lays upon theearth of the arena The dying salute you rhesc precepisr m your mem pry bear Toftime own self be trtfeand iijj must follow as the night the day thou canst not then be false to any man Let all ttmendg tbou aimest at be thy country Godand truth Someof yOu will lead in the ans ofndnstriso will l fill the legislative hails of the State and nation what our country needs there are not politicians but statesmen The most con temptable character is the dem agogue arid the biggest fool in politics is the man who fights capital and preyeuts capitalists from investments that would put money in circulation This Congress my country men means peace and prosperity and as a representative of the peopleofthe land we llove Ring jug with tenacity that only death can sever to the sacred mew oriesof its past its glories and its ideals 1 am forced to recog nize the changs of tithes and conditions and to advise you tny brethern to teach your sons to adapt thempelves to tbe cxi gencies of those changes and with loyaty and honor to the principles that actuated your sires rgardIesof self work to maintain the honor of our com mon country To Our Friends and Customers Having purchased the interest and good will of Mr qA Green in the old firm ofsGreeni- n the Springfield Planing Mill we wish to say to our old friends andcustomers that we are at the old stand with n nice stock ol lumber llathes shingles sash door and blinds aCme cement plaster and coal Wnen in need of anyttfingiu our line come and see us and we will show you what a little cash will doWea- reprepared to make any kind of odd mill work bracket Is col urns etc We also handle Lair banks Morse Gasoline engines scalesi pumps dynambs water plants for country use aud the famouattndian M tocycll All kinds of electrical and macbiue work done WK MARKS N G MARKS a ROBT D MARKS- K1 Marks Sons Springfield Ky SOUR STOMACH One or Two Miona Tablets and Presto Sour Stomach is Gone kIf you want a perfect stomach want to get rid of food fermentation gas eructations heartburn bloating after meals and any stomach distress MIO NA stomach tablets sold and guaranteed by Haydon Wilett is the one sure speedy remedy And mind you it Js guaranteed with out any red tape and without any strings attached to cure any casoof in digestion nausea biliousness nervous ness no mutter how long standing pr you can have your money back If you have any stomach trouble wba ever try JII0NAdn the above liberat basis You can put your dtomrch in tip top shape in a few days so that you can eat what your appetite dictates without ear of heaviness or fermeitta tion Geta 50 cent Doxof MIONA stomach tablets today They are small and easily swallowed Ifjtaken regular ly will surely cure any case of stomach trouble Sold by Haydon Willett and druggists everywhere ahidr naryFOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA g P JULY 1st FixedrfThe Date Primary to Select Capdiate forf Representative rtThe Democratic Oc un jy Com HouseSaturday call to determine the time and manner of nominating a Demo cr tic candidate for Representa v live in this county fto be voted for at the Qenerul November election 1911 A majority committee vera present oflbll after hearipg rom Messrs Jonn T Cpaycroft and JchnA Polin candidates for the nomination went into executive sessipp Each candidate expressed himself in fayor of a primary arid1 for Lhe a committee primary toreoreoa llide T1d 1st t t same 1Ni Ie primaryJ I want tottianf Zr i bottom of my heaEFSJrToTe CB Rader of Lewlsburg W Vaj Iforth wont erful double benefit I git from Elec tric Bitters in curing me of bptb a severe case of stouab trouble and of rheumatism from which I liad been an almost helpless sufferer for tea years It auited mycaBeast- hou h made just forne For dyspepsia indigestion jjaundice and tp rld the system of kidney pOisions cause rheumatism Electric thatI hasno equal Try them every tie is gyaranteed td satisfy Oc at Haydon Rob rtsonsrL Fenw k Mr and Mrs JjR McAlister spent Sunday WitU Mr and Mrs Will Sweeney and r mH v Messrs Sam anq Dick Shew maker are on the iick list Also Mrs Prudie Jaues is very ill at this writing K Mrs Clarence Graves spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Liz zie Anderson Mrs Sallie Tnacher tips re t1 I1iIleI1 her mother withI IfMiss r Mr ton Montgomery Miss Louise Fenwick Mr Richard Arnold Miss Sadie Fe wick dud Mr Will Connor Also Messrs Frank Lpgsdon Willie Fenwick Parter Thompson Harry Janes and Mrs Nannie Fenwick were th guests at the home of Mrs Edd Graves ana family Sunday Mr John Kely visited his sis ters Misses Annie and Rosa at Litsy Sunday Lsydr Fenwipk visited Pick Shewmaker Sunday Miss Roxie iesell and Miss Leona Graves wore in Mackville Saturday after icon and were accompanied by Vlr John Kelly Well gill Bn ins is always so prompt iin w iting such a nice letter to vsLeader that fgoes let is already when duty calls Now Bill it wont be long until summer and you can take your frock tail coat oil and lay ip aside and head your mammas ducks when ever shewants youto as I heard you saved our cot by taking a low er stat to the ground Miss Leona Graves and broth- Er Joseph vjbited their sister Mrs James Lanham Thursday nightIMr Thad Anderson and children visited AJjst Georgia Ander son Sunday1 Mr and Mrs Bob Graves and family visit jd their brother Frank Graves at Mackville Sunday t Mr3 Sere iaB trlcr son Edgar and grandson Loraine Wal ston spent Saturday and Sunday with her sisier Ms Anderson Miss Marj Rose Janes was here shopping one day last week Mr Will 4egley spent Saturday at the h me of Mr fl 0 Begley and fn the afternoon en tertained ew of his iriends by taking a lot pf nice pictures in which ho is well prepared for be work ar dcan do nicely Mrs MlLe Barker who has beep very i with lagrippe we areiglad bo report is bole to be out again Trusting the Editor will nut get vexed at this letter I will ring off did call again in the future p f I remain f Forgetmenot Services at St Rose Holy Week duringthisoclock on TUursddy Friday and Saturday morning The little children will take part in tho solemn processipn with the Pre anctified to thir Repository on Thursdiy morjingi ana the solemn profession with the Pre sanctified from from the Reposi i tory Friday morning At 3 oclock on Friday afternpoh Rev Father McGonigle will deliver a l OurlthetStttioDs and Adr tion of the Holv Cross All who can are expected to be present a1 the services during the week and to yjisit the Repository during the dyoiiThursdayat ooclock Easter HighMasswill bysprmon and Benediction of the moat Blessed Sacrament Dog Gts Hook Mr W C Price of this city was the proud possessor of new fahgled fiish hook sent by his friend Judge R A Burn side of Lincaster Witb this hook he nevef failed to land every fish thitcame nosing about his minnow Mrr Price valued the hook highlyl and in fact would take nb other on his trips Monday in comlnywitb MrJ Len i31u e he went to the riyer and after enjoying the forenoon the pair prepared for lunch Winding up his Meeks reel be turned to leave the stream wh n the hook stuck in he side of an old cur dog who had followed tlicir from town The dug plunged andyelped but tbe strong lint held fast Realizing his hopeless predicament lineIclose to the book aJJd lit oat at full speed over the cliffs with the hook firmly fastened in bis side All calls and coaxing failed to stop the cur and as nothing has been heard of him it is supposed that he is still going MrPrice will pay a handsomer reward for the return of the hook and with his shot gun heavily loaded is patiently awaiting one sight of dogDanvilleMessengrOld For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion constipa tion and liver trouble wrote A K Smith a wari veteran at Eric Pa but Dr KIngs New Hfer PiUs fixed me all right Theyre simply great or liveskidnytrbuIe don Robertsons Aged Man Meets Death A most distressing accidtnt occurred at Gravel Switch Wednesday night of last week when Pryor Whit house ged 68 years was burned to death in afire that destroyed thedwelling of Wbitehousilent of Boyle county and ha the day of the fire arrived at the home of his nephew to remain until the following day That evening Mr and Mrs W G Wbitehouse were summoned to tho bedsideof a neighbor Mrs Lizzie Willard who was danger ously ill and who on last Friday night died and they left their uncle alone at their home In some manner unknoWn the house caught fire between 9 and 10 oclock and waSburned along with the unfortunate man who had retired for the night The body burned beyond recogui tion was interred in the Roller burying ground Mr White house was a crpple and was well thought of by those who knew him It Is supposed that buruin2 coals falling from tbe stoYe tc the floor af ter Mr Wnitehoust had retired caused ihe fire Lebanon Enterprise Evety year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are ore and rack with coughs p re urged to go to another climate But this Js costly and not n ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discoverp cure you at home It cured me pf lung trouble writas W R Nelson of Calomine Ark II when all eise failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Mtasurely the King of all cough and lung cures Thous nude owe their lives and health toit CoughsColdsCroupalThrOat100 Trial bottle free at Haydtni Ro ert80rff f r LARGE CROWD 0J inIHigh Schoolllourt on 0Last Saturday The sale of lots in Huh School Court Saturday was attendpdbv a large crowd in fat the streets werecountymove toward High School C urt was when thd walking contest was started at ibejppurt H Usa Several boys coqttestiea and it was won bv Ben E sVmms who walked the distance in ISF itminntey ahlt 29 seconds The large crowj followed the walkers and there was much enthusiasni npthwithr standing the fact it was raininr Arriving at the grounds there commenced the depositing of tickets for Ihos who participa ted in the free drawing contesv The sale began shortly aIr10 oclock and terminated at 12 The lrge crowd manife ted their iitest In the fact thattbey re mained in the rain until the siLt was over At the conclusion of the sale a ticket was drAwn from the box but the holder oflbhe coupon was not present and another was drawn and Wallace Walker son of Mr A g Walker produced the luckynumber the second lot was dravn by MrE- S M ayes Jr and the third by Mr Jas S tton Every lot in the Court was sold and ft is expected that severall reid i1ces will he erectd there this summer The situdtion pf Hich School Court is ideal It lies close to the Graded School building and is within a few minutes walk from the Court House The location is high and here tfs good age been fromall need of a sides new drainIIt for some time as the dma dwelling houses has been in ex cess of the sapgly Wakefield BrPs spared no pains to make High School Court One of till most beautiful sites in town as extensive grading had been done and wide str ets made The entrance gives it a splendid appearance as it lis marked by large brick gate posts It is aii extension of tHe city that musjt be appreciated by all as it demonstrates to a certainty that Springfield is a growing town Long Lick TAs there hasnt been aletter from this place for some tine I will try to write a few Items of iuterest 101the readers ftne NewsLeader Jessie Hickerson and family yisitedC E Milton and family from Saturday until SundayI T G Stump wife and children dined with W M Milton and wife undayIAlonzi Boswell and family were guests of JohnBo well and wifevbf this place Sunday J 0 Milton sold a yearling mule to John Tobin for 80 Chas stump of Tick Creefe is spending this weekwith his sister Mrs J 0 Milton Lettie Stumph spent a few days last week with her father S T Stnmph RobertM ton and faavly of Texas dined witn UB Milton and family Sundav Henry Isham fLb non was at his old home here last Friday Misses Bettie and Mary Milton visited Mrs H M Stumph at TickOretklastweekt t yMr Harrison Logueis build ing a new tobacco barn expecting to raise some ten cent tobacco this year 1U Stumph nfai1y were the guests of BeT Stunph aid children last Sunday Eter Sale 1 Don jt forget the faster Sale lobe held by the ladies of the Springfield Presbyterian urc the Saturday before Easter CASTOR l r IiU aai OkiUtm NWt5 In t SUSCRIP7mNIL iiiII IS Home i Royal kIng Powir bep Uis M1I 1L produce lal honuci jmi coeyfine and tasty cake hot fctoctttt rithefrote layer c k crkp oookk iiyi GTiists and muffins firesh de n U0ty airf Qt io1some Withw1jctM r ys4tp found at the shop or aroceryII 1 I pare Hoyalis the toflJROYAL COOK BOOK H aicmrSaul torn Ml Mm i nnmo oo j Rockbridge A- iMrsJesie1ecingof Booker spent Saturday at the hunger of ReV J A Sins The county ordand9ahe ft number of citifei ns of this cpm munity met it the old schoolhouse 6f Rock bridge and boujghi apiece of ground where we are thankful to sayothey are going to buil6a neWsqboQ1 we are glad as ve hae heeded it for along time as Our old house is ina bad condition Mr and Mrs Milton Grider of near Sprlngneld j Mr and Mrs JumeJ Careyand childien Anda and Estelle and v TJudd tjcrugis spent Sunday att ie home of Mif and Mrs W vPv Scruggs h B rnop the 22nd of last month to Mrs Richard Kay a fine girl Efiie Mr andMs Fred Shieldsl of lay Jor vllle spent the last of the week With Mrs vSVieldV parents Mrind Mrs Cobs Coulter I like several otber am pnz lied to know who Bill Brains is Seems like Jnnebug knows jwho he is Inr forever fly ing around aqd Icanuotj find outwhb be iis Mrs J B Jenkins sp nt the f1rst2las we kwiih Mrs J James Keelipg of Anti bwhC has been seriously iUfdr some time and we are glad to report her improvipg t Iibrouevery onemiy come in thfs coma munity andibuyabstrtcl nTabI by instead of them being shap ed like a disbpan as they usually are they areabaped like a gal lon bucket ShE says she likes the style word than eyer but I Y1wMr and Mrs W N Scott pen Tuursday at the lows of Louis Nicholson i Miss Selia G rdJl spent Sat urdav afternoon with Eva Shbw naakeri Miss Viola Vice of Moores yillp Indiana is Visiting Mr Garret Clirk of this place Mrs Hit F Tonipsou fipeht Prldtiy afieVnoou at the home of J B Jenkins Your3 truly Butterfly SafosTw tlyies r Nelthejf my sinter nor niysetf might be laying to day if it had not been for rJr4 King New Diajipvery writes A t McDonald tf Fayettc vllle 8 lCor we both had that HO otner WeWerb toldJ my NjnI1NO She was hap nfght weate out medicine comc pletelY cured us both Iti the bestI I liyer uspd or heard of Ppr Sore lUDJrs coughs cold hemorrhage la grippe Asthma hay feer1croup c vrhooplng cough all Bronchialf rj j bles ltS snrarTTial bottleji 50 and tOO buarantedb Way don Robertsozi f j sc1rooJ tIAltct ever1iO Jhe We sst lsT S1iONl S sIfk ti Ik hIf 1T LEAR t LLtIdfA ti f + r r I4rnHow t 4pinch good in nMy iN r fi looking afttr U choo4 idaof each doa ty wl 4 iiaiiiIfc tbe countr peri work has aiMOat iomUni aIa e the new law wse4 ito dcOwens gooipqIeteJrtogether sad orfMiM eli it these lleagass a4biIpw S the school M tiiHt jefir ij i There tmM ciu iorijhelping to Mevrt M4 MMM CpOO bj Miiaiif tN leeTcliers raise the peroubo aa1ance of ouricboU Thd lba Jwir done whit it 0014 for I schools of tlM ipoiintf iJ lilt- ndlpOywbo will aiertnke tt organi orMni TtIe ti tM employ ateftt of Hit iiINth HXt8Cboet tjWi nlroveJ wW iithe teactoers iaijkiIIwork WMft11iiiwoffttep4tigsch 4hstMs siKtion l gladtoep1es FASCIHATING AaJiiIiJ i LH EYfW W is jPar J r i s PIetff 4 7iParisian Sage tfill giftatly I the at ractire M ef 1 ytriMli hair iaa f w daja JiwJH 44 BMT tt will rid tile slp tty1JfiaMr1Pk4tt1Ipfallingl i money fcaclc i Parlsfaa Safe Is a d hiiar Vrmtdrepa j tilre fcShiir aM frirog4erstlc- kin aa 1wfllaatWr Pew SoldaIUI Willett for M cc ta aIsbtle-ThgirlwIhAj r k eve1bttle f ri4tr I Oae ots a ib 4cidents tthat teWe M ta cOIiUDlulf7Ia nedOlt ibi WwMti twetb MMM ol Jtband IhQ kt ot A 7 Jfjust jorr tke IIUltOonita tiM W4ib9tQoWI iI- ft M- vLeyasjsw awM 4 toperatittg a SAW iH e tte fi 4 ibovs4oussp fce aaoaeii brad a d tilled this su- ritt JQNS I 9Jpne ai e i ot Mr ariIlDieTtl tfcfee- Tfeiee lt J1IIiiI tf v 1 scalded bIt I iIJ feared oaf WtssZ ydiis iTWr- lej UI wo wej- ioe IsvabMM Jsgs I Is eea ei a J ocalied aald ey e tfl J erCerg t1i i iLpsiasps7lNww a- aadBss taIsSD=Ghst riL i Ifywir yr 4 o sb rs t r J r rt a J fl ZWtrADiR J SPR1JtFILD KY rItc JUJInrm7MDAT J4 If tmIL lIME JtSEMNUN JHtrSaitil Publishers r n nVJMBT APR 13 W1L i k Esi s ajMbjMMMd to announce itOJJNA POLIN 5 ente fVXepresentativ in if lowre ofh Kentucky Leg hfpfcire hs Wugton county i ji i t to tW aetiM lthejDeaa cratic f e1 tY r 5 Mayoc Tom L Johnson of J 1ri1a1f Ifte lnl fi bt tb bsiwt dtth He was 9kO S ot the mot universally ad Jf his diy A newS J st Air frrt iM tocanei millionaire h 2niii y ttBi eftr rthirty cue 0 d did por at sixtyseven ave bis last years were used f totfiffot the public good 1i uu 1 ii1 bZckCrow and Miss GuiI kBW ji urt visaing Mr and rI IlIJ4 Crbr 1 Mrs Mollie Williams and digber HUB Fannie spent SMarday with Mrs Walter t LancI wart accompanied aitffry Mrs Ltwis and son I4B Jtf p Roy Cheehir wife and Children Mr Gilbert Cheser andI SutherlandITs at Sanday with Mr and Mrs I H P Cheer lu vjyCrs Fasny flardestv who bas beni1Uorometime iis nobetter ia Limi writing V x Mi e Valeria and Viola 0ooifott attended church at I WillisbBrr t na1itJt1 tookI htf rithtbir sister Mrs tstt t i11sborotIfay Hatdesty fhi1l2 BishopVltenfci w ia with land Mrs W EL t Bf bop Miss Martha Gray spent J Jjadi7 night at the hone of rttc MrLXivcySale Jit MW WB Barlow returned 7 1kp Tue day from Greensbnrg t iwnfahe had been attendiogtheti funeral of her mother Mrs HickriOnsf Mrs W SoY Goodlett ande tiiflsUrs Valeria and Viola 1I wereim town Thursday shopping jt Mrs Eliza Mitchell spent 1night with Mr Bruce fWillismsani family JlkAh CTtt y J Mr tfec Mni Silas Bnrkbead spent Sat1lf4ay nigh with Mr Joe Burkhead A j Mr Erastus V7ahner had an ipld time workinglast Week and 5 there Twas a Urge crowd with J boa and axes to assist Mr Wobner h familyhVpnMr J S Royalty J Mr jrxW Satterly is spend tvinicacfew days withMrJof4 NBarkhead 4Mr John Hangate and wilt spentlast Wednesday night with I fIeLds at Fairyiew Mr John Young of Sharps yule died at his home last Fri da1 He was burled at Mt Freedpm r conrHe was buried by the Masonic Border Seyeral atte dedtbe thefaDeralfronj this place jMr 1 P Hatcbett bought a L 48tdMcornj from Mr M Pinks ton t S a barrel i Mp Bill Col vin has a sick i tbjiby at this writing 4 kwtl Tbe people of Fairyiew have beepraCcing for some time to twiD7elrteriainment Grass jlfWtTfaB there and practiced nlgbtblmelfiL 9 c1rebe b1ng ot tbe p stIn this community but al p are doing well arid look t =t jl i ll6iortbis tIme ot t i Your trly Grass Hopper 0 1 j ic1t ll rM r 1fri ti iIlIzwbG hiIs js f very sick for the past week f rw a 1H to My is on the Totd br reeoery i 1f IDd5Lr Wade Ellis and oJllrWnll spent 1 fw bi i rMay with Miv T e cweh a fay f j ITsM iMfrtlMd EitlUiie Yesgr wIt q l de1tbop ping Saturday 1 A 1I Miss Ora Maddox and brptber James were thE weldbmQ guests of Mrs Lulie Mitchell of Sparrow Ky Oh Bill Brains you little shrimp wby do you still perch yourself on the gate post the wind pf the past weelc was apfi to cause you serious injury Be on the lookoutlittle man GilIishasrbturnled days at Lexington Miss Virgie Moore spent Sat nrday afternoon with her sister Mis Vernie Welis of Poplar Kaf Born to the wife of Thomas Wells a jiueboyv Mr Neal Drury spent one day last week with bisucC1eMr A J Moore Mr T D Graham and son Vilas made a flying trip to Fair tfiew Wednesday Mr Tburman Gulls of JllH noiswas called to the bedside of his brother Herman Gillls We are glad to see the corres pondent of Valley Hill is fnteri es ted in Tangle Foot but bldn dered in calling me Mr Never Ibeless we are interested in your lletters and hcpe to hear rfroija you every week through the columns of the N ws Leader 80gle Foot bckbridge Mr and Mrs J W Jhrist r son of Lexington are spending a few days at the home of her brothQrJ A Sim Mr Jick Kays sdld to John Colvin a mule fur 160 and ought of Horace Nicholson a horse for 120 Mr Miles Hardm sold the llast c oropcountry last week it being his own crop averaging to 9 cts Mrs J B Jenkins and daugh r Effie spent Friday at the home of her aunt Mrs George K fiee1fWeare sorry to report Mr W P Scruggs no belief at this writing We are also sorry tc report Mr Hendren of Mercer county very ill at the home ofr his brother Mr Nimrod Hendren withspioaltrouble Quite aIew4of the relatives mbLat the home of Toni Jenkins on lastiMonday April 10 to cele brate his 46tb birthday A boun sfulreceIved some nice presents Those present were Mrs Henri fttaR cayanddaughterIkins and daughters Tokie and Goldia Mr and Mrs Ollie Best of Wayside and Mr and Mrs hester Jenkins and daughter Christine Mr Jenkins at the age of 46 is the father of 10 children 9 of whom are living and is the grandfather of one llittle girl Christine Jenkins age months Each otfe spent an enjoyable day and at the close off the day returned home with happy hearts wishing him many more just as happy birthdays Mis Emma Sims will return to her home atDeKalb IlL after spending several weeks with her parents Mrand Mrs J A Sims of this place Mr Levi Satterly is taking advantage of the weather and is building a wood house and digging cistern spendinguMrs WH Scott Several around here are plant ning where to go Easter but 1i think Butterfly will home with ma- Gee whiz no stayiiBug knows who Bill SharpSVilflountil to see if I can find him There will be preaching st Rockbridgetnext S nrl I 1 oclopk Eyery bodYm yatI i SharplviIJe MrA D Bryan and Ben mJdst Robertson OtrcJudge Griffin an old gentle man who has been making bis1 homo in this community fpi several years id in a serious condition at present owing to his infirm health and old age He is c considerably advanced in years having passed the three scor6 and ten year mark Mr W L Giabam and fatnijy i of Cardwell spent Sunday wii h hiaparentsJ W and Mrs Grai baa i Mr Oscar Brown aid wiTh pf Eirklind sjeut SUtd ywith relaiaye 1rtre Mr Lewis Richards of Char lin made his appearance a this pbceSuoday afternoon Wolfe Olpe was to the reverse t Some of our politicians dont seem to use their heads for any thing only to keep their collars from slipping off But that is nota matter of fact with those interested in the good roads movement Mr Ci R Graham spent Satur a bfasteslllr Vilas Graham who has had a severe Case of Illinois fever is convalescent and will remain with his father bete pn the farm Mr J F Bowen has eon to Lexington this week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Thomas Cornish and other relatives Mr andMrs Ernest Poulter of Bloomfield spent Monday and Tuesday with D F Bryunt and family Miss Ada Corn has entered school at Springfield B U Bryan was In Bloom field Saturday and Sunday f A student from a great Bible Seminary has just iissued a state meet tliaji from the signs and count of time the second des truction of the world is near even at outdoors Judge Prew itt is boping this statement is mendacious for be has just entered in tobusines for himself Miss Elizabeth Cornish has re tarnettq her home in exingtoti The poet has said liThe mel ancholy days hav come the saddest of the year fI But some thing tbatin my estimation ranks very close in sentiment with the words of the last line runs some what similar to this The das f cleat ing house have come they come to one and alh Mr J H You g a well known and respacted citizen of this corn munity passed aw iy at his home Thursday night after a lingering tness with tuberculosis The funeral will ba condactdat Mi FieedomBapist church Saur day morning at 11 oclock by Rev E W Simms He is sur viyed by a wife and several chil drenEmulation Lodge F A M Will meet in regular conmunion at their ball at this place on Saturday night April 15th Every member is requested to he pre sentWe are glad that Valley Bill and Fairview have a akened rrom their peaceful slumber and ome forth with their interest ling communications Bill Brains Catarrh is Surely a Dangerous Disease Thousands of people allow catarrh to slowly undermine the wtiole system until a serious disease develops some timescopsumption People who have 9atarrh should use every effort to get rid of it but shoulij above all adopt a sensible method Bt6mach dosing sprays and douch es wont cure catarrh because it is a germ disease and the germs must beI destroyed before the disease can be conquered HYOMEI is the only sensible cure forcatarrah because it reaches every fold crevice and nook in the mUcoUs membrane and gets where the germs are You breathe HYO lEI and as it passes over the inflamed membrane its soothing influence heals the sore ness and destroys the germs A complete HYOMEI outfit costs 100 This consists of a bottle of HYOMEI and a hard rubber inhaler Pour a few drops of HYOME into the Inhaler and breathe it a few minutes each diy thats all you haye to do It is guaranteed by Haydon Wlllett and druggists everywhere to cure catarrh coughs colds and sore throat or money back Extra bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents HilIsboro The farmers are haying a hard time getting their ground broke at pre cn Mrs Morgan Cheatham and wife of uea Fenwick spent Sunday with Mr John Crow and family Mr S G Reddicks and family md Mrs John Armstrong spent Sunday with Mr JM Shield rod family of this place IMr Walter Hanby and Misses JyrUe Armstrong and cousin Otraey Derringer apd Mr En tocb Masters aud family dinEd at the home of Mr and Mrs Erasui3 Perkirs of near Willis burgoSunday Mr Ed Hnby and wife spent Sunday afternoon with her father Mr Jobn Armstrong Mrs John Urow spant one day pf llast keekat Mrs Eardestys whojetylowwhh Paralysis S fr lfrolDtbs place a1 Jt0nded the lot sale in Spring fleU Saturday Mr WC Oudgeo spantSun ISutLlandiand wife of near hire Mr Steve Scott was inVthis vicinity Sunday 1j Mrs Ed Hanby ind Myrtle Armstrong were inWillisVjurg llast Friday shopping There hasbeen siveral tele phoues put in the farmers homes iin this vicinity I s speriJeveralis father of near Maud Mr Walter Habby spent last Friday night with his sister Mrs Johnie Matherl forf near Willisburg Mrs J ACoultetspent Sun day Mrs Nancy Scot of near here Mr Earnest Shields spent TUes- day with his aunt Mrjs Catharine Tatham of Tatham prings Betterment of Rural Schools Continued from page four f or which will intPTPst t em ana Drtng money Into their hanjds It IsthO business of the State through Jhe HON W M LAYS Assistant Secretary United Statqs Department of grlcvyltwre Washington D C schools to organize life or as an other has recently so well said T6 chart the avenues o serviceability that all our young penp lle may make the best possible social Investment of their lives rhe first address on the report of the committee was n ade by Gover nor Augustus E WIt son following the reading of the r port and the resolutions Governor Wlllson made a rousing speech irolfacing his talk by saying that for blrty years ijn season and out ofjTCoason I haVe been traveling up ftnd down this great state pr aCbln the Joctrino 6f good roads and good schools The two are bound to con e together j He urged cooperation saying tI here a no limit to this good that can be accomplished bY 2200000 poo pie working together or the advance ment of the state l wolhave 10 attend them and a disgrace to the state This is my home town and home county anil I want to say toi iofterson county Clean up your o4n corner of the viijeyard first and pelghIbors At the luncheon lii the Seelbach theIegate and guests of the convention H H CHRRY President Western Kentucky ftate Normal School Boating Green Kj fGovernor WlHson hI tho course or- an especially hapPJnUlc address spoke of his own cdrly evhool train- Ing lIlt referred the fact that when ho studied Joj raphy he never knew what an eng osslng study it might be made Vero to teach geography today1 said Governor Wlllson I should begin with the schoolhouse which he children at tend From that should take them to the nearest tQ then back to the farm then nltour ovbr their own rtate They would lorn the practical moaning oil geography and It would load back tto the farm A resolution hea thy addptod by the State Federation of Wonvdns supportwork of the KeO ucky Statewide Rural School Conffi rence was rend and a resolution of thank for the support uttered was adopted by the conference Old Soldier Tarlured For years I suffered unspeakable torture from indigestion constjpa AlFSmlthbut Dr Kings NeLifc Pills fixed me all right They Ife simply great Try them for any btpmach liver or kldnytoubleony 25ciit Haydon Robertsons J Ohilari Cry FOR fLETpHERS CASTfpRI A I ILLUSTRATION 26642If The only son of Onward with dam by Mambrino Patcheq in the countrY On ward is the leading sireof 230 performers Mambrino is theJeading brood mare sire PatchenI Onward 1411 IZeuzetta2tJ6 zette2ift7 Colbert 206J Onward Silver 2 08 and 169 others in 230 Patience 0 George Wilkes 519 Record 222 sire of 83 dams of 166 in 230 Dolly 0 DamofDirector217etc Mambrino Patchen 58 Sire bf 25 dams of 148 in 230 ofDaughter U 10II Mairibrino by BejvFrankliri d 4tiruam by 10 Tp Insure a Colt Until A lien retained on all colts until season money is taken t9 prevent accidentt but not respomisible shotId is due when mare mare is sold or parte with YJt I also have a son of ILLUSTRATION with color being one of the fanciest road and family mares in the season at same time and place at 800 to insure a I will also atthe same place stand the fine Black Jack a living Colt at weaning time Kelly was sired by Wood Kellys by Peters Black Hawk Pasturage for mares furnished at very reasonable O H DeBAUN i WASHINGTON EligibleI to Register tDaugliterofErinssonlsoI r iWilttaake the season 1911 at my farm Sville if the Springfield pike and will serve a IiAt 8 To Insure Living I JWfnn ird was foaled fn May 1908 and highjHe iaa blood bay with points rire nbyJ5old Red Bird one the greatest horses IBfflratdami was Lady B by Prince h by priztfwintieriAt the Fair in Chicago Lien retained on all colts for payment of I when mare Is with or bred elsewhere iprevent accidents responsib should any RP J Ici ZBYSZKO HAS COME BACK i Polish Wrestling Champion Here to Secure Another Bout WJth Gotch Shows Improvement Stanislaus Zbyszko champion wres tier of Ioland has to Amer ica Zbyszkos object Ifl to secure another match with Frank Gotch for tht championship of the world Gotch says he has retired but with Hacken schmidt and Zbyszka after him ho may come back Ebyszko think Gotch tricked him Into defeat and hjfls of the opinion bfJ ran stand off the worlds champion now especially since the disparity In age Is greater than formerly Zbyszko says Gotch promised him another chance after his defeat last winter The Polish champion took three Amer f Stanislaus Zbysrko lean home with him andhas been in constant training ever since He has shown great Imnmvemenr kfi friends say and Is conHpn he will be able to send Gotch Into permanent re tirement Although this has a strangely familiar sound it must be admitted Gotch Is growing old and Zbyszko la still young for a wrestler Zbyazko has forwarded 1000 to his manager Jack Hennar of Buffalo who has pcJsted that amount to bind the match HOOSIERS MAY GO TO COAST Indiana Team Likely to iIay Wash ington pn Chrjstmaa DayGood Game la Expected Washington University will give diana University a footbalr game hON on Christmas day Is the belief ea prossed by the management of th tthietlcs If only Coach Gilmore DobK can be persuaded that his lIen will not be stale by that time Doble has always been reluctant tc allow his men to play a late at Christmas day despite previous re quests but when the Indiana authori ties seat their request to Seattle the other day It was practically decided that the same would he aMangeiJ Dobles team for two years bill been qbampjpu of the Pnclfle coast FAT MEN ARE ALWAYS HAHFT No Heavyweights Among Criminals or Dyspeptics All Are Thin Says Qulmby BostoniBe fat and youll be hap- PY says W D president ot the Fat Merts club of New England Although 1 am not much of a his torian I can assure you the history of fat men will point out a good many facts that would startle the people at large and the Insurance companies In particular You never find a fat bad iman Did you ever hear of a real fat man com v youias a rule are committed by men weighing between 118 arid 148 Very few criminals weigh over 180 and crime by men weighing over two bun dred Is practically unknown You never see a fat man drunk They dont get drunk The reason is not that they can hold more liquor they have no unnatural craving for It And right here lies the fundamental Difference between the two The thin man has difficulty in digesting more than 30 per cent Dyspepsia Is toW found among thin men not tat J Hambletonian Dolly spanker Chief 11 Fanny Mambrino Chief 11 Rhodes Marc i j dam of a black of t Worlds parted butnot returned wrestlers Qulmby 11911 I EARLY handshighwith plenty of action andas good bone and foot as you would want Has proven himself to be a fine breeder perfectly gentle to handle in every res ntstockof 1911 at my stables at the Stonewal Springfield l pike at 10 To thsurc A hvig Galtt EARLY is by Joel 447 he byMohte Cristo 56 he by Montrose 106 Earlys dlmLadySthebesti At same time and plac Black Giant Registered 151 hands high with white points heavy body bone and foot and stylethanvery sure foal getter and a great isire of high class mules Will make the season at 10 To Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mate is parted mtior bred to other stock All care takeri to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Your Patrondie Solicited A B HUNDLEY I SeasonoflI9fl John W Baker and Dr W MK Thompson of Mackville Ky nave purchased of Geo Powell his we Known 6yearold Jack He will make thesason at the barn of Dr Thompson at Mackvi e Ky He is one of the EasternKentuckyMhas solicit the business of the fanners of Washington county BAKER TUWSON a Wild Squirrel Will make the season of 19t1 at the stables of J R Keene 7 miles from Springfiel on the BearwaUow pike on the farm known as the T F Mclntire farm at 0 To insure a Colt to Stand f and Suck Wild Squirrell is sorrel horse 16 hands with red mane and tai Hfe was sired by Chesnut Squirrel No 1479h by Kenmore Squirrel No 1979 he by Red Squirrel 58 Jirst dam Dick Fbrice Jr second darn Wild Indian V y Wilt also at the same time and place stand my fine Jack t Big Mack Jrf Sired by Joe Phillips Dig Mack he by Gov Wood He will make the seasop 96 To Insure n Call Until Weantns time Lien retained on all colts to secure payment of season AILcare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should riny occur JR KEENE f f I want to tlank3Oufrornthe bot loin ofmy tearV wrote C BRader of Lewjsburg Wfa for the won erful double bBneflt I got from Elec trie Bitters fn curing meofhotba severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism from whfch 1 had been ah almost helpless sufferer for tea years It suited my casef as dyspepsiarid the sytezuof kl1neypoIaian9that- cause rheumatism Electric Bitters basso equal Try them every bot tie is gyarrtdteed to satisfy Only 7c at Haydon Robertsons = eb d r A G 1uIib Protect Your ProprtyL Sp ing is now here with its r I lightning and thunder Protect I yourHo ise androrertrb tiling r I I ILghtullg ROdSt IIWe ab l t ly gu ant t ty I lightningJLiwhenproperlyrodaed by us Call an4 let us demonstrate itff to JOUr 1ShuItz C1oacr jf V iiis r- KNO B CREEKSTOCKFAR1 Please Read and think it Over vfr r r RED LIGHTi No 227Z J If JT inVo1fASBAjSired btightfooi Brunjmell 134he by Beau Bnimmell 800 PamDaisy Glen 7621 A S IL B Aby C Cf Canns GlenBcbok 1DESCRIPTloJLea Sorr9ll BtrIpOin face two short Btocldngs 15 34 hands freight 1100 very smoothe head and necjc like a geld jipgs Jpt a jalemisn nor a weak spot abut him fieyen years old Iras been shown in harness rings roadster rings five gaited paddle Iings cpmbih d rings double team rings arid was shown vben a three year Ol4forbeststaliij n and thrlS of hiacolts get of that year axtdhe only tree colts and he won that In 1910 he made his jrst slow at Hardin county fair and lost He won first ivery show Jie made the Veiriaindefof the show season including the Pembrake Horse Show Kytate Fair and Tenn stare Pair He made his last showatthe gorse Show at Olarkayille Ten n1d won firtt In the 200 harness take for StallIons mares and geldings with sixteen horses in the ring He is breeding veryatrohg afterhimsejf About threefourthsidf hiscolta are sorrels and good gaited I have a two r y aroldBdrr lBtudtyhimthatl think without a doubitas thebest prospect in Kentucky muqh better than his sire atthe same age Here you have achance to breed tfi a horse that is colored right bred right breeds right gaited right and iis right and the price Is right He ha3 prov n himself to be a winning show horse In the best Ycompany jaaTe in Kentucky and Tennessee fle W1lIWe the season of I9l at JKnoh Creek Stock Farm liaRue county at tf 25 to 1Insure a Living Colt if Mareskeptoripaursatt 2 per month If fed grain will be charged for cost value X attend tothis business rayjseff so proper care wilfbe iaken but I Will not be responsible shouldl any damage occur sJ THOMPSON Hodpenvilfe B P D No 3 AtbertonviUe KY M 1 Nt bleDenmarkI L f jr Sjred by the Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the Kentucky jfrpand and Missouri Chanvpioni Saddle HoyaefrThorn Star 2d dam bf Art Rose he by Artt d IQut of a Mont Rose mare 4 NobleDenmark is ajgreat bred saddle horse having the blood of the best saddle sires He is a chestnut 15 hands 3 inches high ai horse of good action both at rack and trot and atricOy sound Laat year with little local training he proved himself a successfulow- horse in goO 1comp y Ma breeder his first seeson of cots won first and second ties at our last fair He and his colts won the herd ring and he won for finest dtdllionthre or gelding also other pre iums in his class Mr Shropshire who trained Edna Mae Red McDonald and other noted how horses has had Noble Denmask in J training tie past winter nd says he is the best gaited Highland Denmark heaver saw als there was riofea finer horse within 100 miles of Lexington JoahB Bowles says he is the best type for a c three gaited Stallion he knojvs ofJHatt Cohen said he rpembled and was gaited vlrruf1like the champion saddle horse tar McDonaIdSII aak owners of good mares to study his breeding aita hitini divjduality and soundness a id comparehim to any other horse before breeding elsewhere Yourmotto should be always breed to the heat and you kho who jeeps the best for Ihave owned the only Stallion iin Wash ngfO county thai jbave sired a premium coltpr the lastten i years Your pait patronage has been appreciatedand uk fora con tinuanceof riame as I believe I am oftenng a stallion which has no superior in this adjoinTngcounties Noble Denmark will stand IAt2OTtnaureaLrnngCtI t l 4 Morite Wood I 1 I will als stand tile tvell known breeder Monte Wood also known as the horse WT So Qibbs Had in the stupi for several yeara All who tried him liked him He was sired by Dashwood Itch Monte CristOibD and 1st dam by Mafic DiamonJ 49 Monte Woodfa jfirst dam by Edwin ForresU He is adarkbay 15 hands 3 in high L horse Wt1 plenty o bone aiid substance and now has a number of 5 goo4 mares and geldings in Washington county Reason fee SlO I will stand my two mule3acklutO9Jns re a living pelt Mares bred totiis stock itaded offmbred to other stock season money iis due4 Mares pastured at 320Dfpe tnontfi f BB LEACHiMAN Springfield Ky EVCI Y BUSNJSSlffN y r Fcognizei the iimportance of cjondUlfjtrhgall husine i c clets telephone both Ijcal and longditancet Itiseconcmyin a vic rof time and monjey Un xcetlee serviceman be Md oVier the lines df the Gumterjalid Telephone and Telegraph Con kUrl1tedStatesratesCUMBBRDZLEONETEGRPH dO ti ANY frj 1 Incorporated n CIlity or Laiap nilitnmeueilitor or aPlnJtroureomf SOLfTE OIL reh troreilliJaalCn6 liltmade Full JIm ftod01 COIBo mo to tU ItIfHMr ea oat 7 Y Well aaa4 To Mt I t 1LdsO1NOLflVE JOthSKIDNEYPIIIS and JS ICAc g fW r w M GT BURTO BHSIDstNT DEHTI4T L TEETH EXTACIE- DIWITHOUTPAIN i i a11aup t1N- r IPIINGPIILD ICY All Ifciltml Work Strictly 4 f V r Firitclm DR J7J JIVED Fijiiciu ud SirgtH Otto hours 8 to 9 amlfE pmIstor r tiJjflLdmptonMD fficttaOKriKMtst l r b OTMcc Tirana He Residence No 3B II WEFlGRLGSBY ATTORNEYAT LAW OIIM ytPeop1esk t IPKINGFIXLJ KY i Dr Mw HYATT Qfec over Red Cross Drug Store Offict hours Hyatt 108Q Ii to 12 mv 4 to 5 pm i 4 t 9 40BNYMAHSlUI- EBALL uiRECTOB l EMBALMERiXDAY 1 tSttA l ilF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTIST0OIcc fer Haydon Barber Ptntal work atzeasonable prices H work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY IRijiroad Schedule I Following the time schedule now in effect oa the Bardstown ant Springfield branch railroadJ Mo 41Leave3 Louisville at I 430 pm Bardstowa Junction 522 p m Bardstowa 606 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield tE 600 a m Bardstown 645 a m Bardstowa Junction 730 am arives at Louisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville a 720 am Bardstown Junctioti 855a mt Bardstown 1005 a m arrives at Spring eld 1140 p m No 44Leaye SjiFingtield a 100 p mj Bardstown 220 pin Bardstown Junction 410 pm arrifeg at Louisville 545 p m uIS i Ptnit and Shade Trees 4Strawberry Plants s ck Asparaga Blackberri s RaspI berrier vRbsest Rhubard etc Write f rr5fred catalogue We k3 JJkii a gents k u F 8il1eDm ieSonr Lethgtong4 Chilies and Vaccination Jt Unless It a Absolutely uocesssry 1 never like to get a Chinaman started on tbe Vaccination game because ho If never mows whore to stoP said a mlEBlnnary He fights against the Initiation with all the stubbornness of bis oriental nature but once he become convinced of the efficacy of jacclne virus lie goes on the principle thai you cant get too much of a good Wag lad wants a dose of It for every ill that besets him The Chinaman who hu been once vaccinated wants It doae all over agln every time he gets a bad headache It Is pretty tough on Chinese children whose paI thevaeClIiaUoathabit If the mlsslonarlea and doc tors didnt watch out their little arm lj iFwp2M be la a jitate of eruption halt the tlBoe r i J1Liatl WlUle AKIn I 1a cafle Uttlc WlillVa velc from the darkaeM i5f the mkrMry 1 Pa gave a k 4 IftKatkm of a aars t Ht was UH4 a 44 jMt wish te H lst rWT kd t 7a1s M UM llttl velef jagala WlMitli k W1447 fI UW Us f Jr tkll d ifj Me rl to ei LWuRp4a seM tM ltWTIc to y ts p tfrfft hto owmy aa d iIppersI4 eMtIMe the ariry- T W 11 trlt1Is MkeC TH MM UttM Willis If yw waa 10 fowl the cow oIIIIOPouI4 ithaylngcrmtHarpiiaT J I I Easter II pening I II 1i1 1 I I1 L WHATHEN i SaADER1 taiiaiiiHWiltiHi II TOWNS Local Happenings T Interesttll The Freshest and Latest I All About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances 1u SMSSS 999994 999999994949 POT SALE OR To FARM Ond good young broke jack R L Clements l Remember the Easter Sale of cakes ham chicken etc at the Court House Saturday April 15 fRoses Hoses Roses aJltheJ tWillt Marriage license was issued this week to Mr Sanford Hardin t and Miss Nannie Goff Cabbage tomato pepper cau liflower celery eggplan and fine plantj rWill Johnson Phone 51 w 1 t Mr Chas Camden has bought ot Dr M W Hyatt the property on East Main Street nown as be Harry Thompson property t Geraniums 50 Varieties to t tlectmarket All old fashioned kinds have been thrown outtt Will Johnsons green houses I See what Mr W T ChiltonI I Secy Ky Sheep Breeders Asso elation savs abput Minors Fluid as a dip InJree booklet at our store HiiydonRobertson LQST On last Saturday near Briertown a comparatively new leather saddle Finder will please return to J R Montgomery Why buy the common old fashioned cannas when you can get such varieties as Ring HumI bert Bronze Italia Louisiana Mount Blance and many others of the giant orchid flowered typeC and ever blooming Will Johnsons green houses Disc harrows at cost Now is oats sowing time wheat drills tJ cost Wire fence cheaper than any for quality Buegies at your own price A C Kimball To pass official inspection your sheep must be dipped inan ap proved dip Use Minors Fluid- Haydon Robertson Palms ferns and all the rail decorative plants cheaper than ever betore none but the oest Will Johnsons greenhouses Our suit opening 1last Satur day was quite a success We keep a nice line of suits and skirts on hand and wilj take your order at any timerMrs Williams Let me take your order NOW and deliver to you when you are ready Write or phone Will Johnson Florist Springfield Ky Priest Dies W Father Thomas Hyacinth Jus UO P died several days ago at Tucson Arizona of Tubercu lusisThe funeral services will oe held at St Rose As we go to press the remains have not arrived Hcas born inJLouis ville in 1869 When a yoUng man be entered the novitiate at St Rose and was ordained a priest in 1892 His health became bad last year and he went to Calior nla but the cbngedtd not bene fit him He will be remembered by the St Rose people as Brother Hyacinth To The Public I am still engaged in the plumbing business and do noth lug but strictly saniUry upto date work It will stand the strictest inspection by the most icptiflo Inspectors Call on me if you want a good job A RShultz TONGS I 1 Try a bed of bulba tits year Begonias Tuberose Gladioli Caladiums plant and fancy leaved imies of all kinds etc Will Johnsons green houses Old Veteran Diet Mr John H Young died at his home near Sharpaville Friday in the 67th year of his age In the death of Mr Young a other old soldier has passed to his reward He was amember of the 9th Ken tucky Cavalry and served with honor during the Civil War He was an honorable member of the Masonic fraternity He was one among the countys best citi ens and his community has sue tained a loss in his death Burial services were conducted at Mfc Freedom Baptist church of which hewas a faithful mem betIn Ygnughereatirlinfir manhood and lofty citi zensKip whether considered in he gentle pursuits of private life or in the turmoil of war he was ever found the same true honest and brave citizen Flowers and Plants I will be iin Springfield County Court day April 24 with flowers and pian tsISweet to the Sweet Get your sweetheart wife mother etc a box of candy professionalLouisville to be sold by the EasterFridayand 16 to be held in the old Roberts grocery opposite Tapps Livery Stable Mr Reed spent night with Mr Frank Yankey Mrs Sallie Isham attended the funeral of her uncle at Friday Mrs Katie Hopper and Mary Bruce have returned from a visit to relatives at Perry ville Mrs Lillian Settles spent Saturday with her brother at Katie is visit ng her parents near Bloom tield Miss Murgia Graham of spent last week with Mrs L M Gregory Mr Mike wife and baby and Mrs Julia were the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Reed Thursday Mrs Jessie and children spent with her sister Mrs Jessie Thomas at Hillaboro Mr EMit Leachman and Jeffries spent night with the family of J S Litsey a the guest of Miss Jennie Leachman at Mis Naalof Cincinnati i Visiting fi lends at tbis place r p F3t J Mr Pall wife and children spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Ranev Prof Geo Colviii Fred Mayes Connor Willams Wallace Rogers Lawrence OBrvan l ChrU Hart lein nod Ricketts were in Louisville Miss May me Allen is the guest of re atves in Louisville i Mr Fiank Wiilett is in Louis IMissi WITj Mr Walter Bowen who has been a be Owl Restaurant Has a position with Jones Brotherst in Louis ville Mr Ed Jones of Texas is visiting his mother here Mrs Fred Manget of Louis ville is the guestof her pare 1 and n1LoulfL Miss Ellen Wi then was in Louisville Monda Miss Katie Cain was in Leba non MrJoo Phillips of Lebanon was here on business Tuesday Mr 0 L Price and Jennie spent Mon ay in Louisville Mr B B Park spent Mon day in Bardstown Messrs Gwm Mrks and Rob ert Russell were in Tuesday Miss Susie Mo e has returned from a vfsltt relatives in Nelson county j Mr Frank As i and family hae moved to Wi lisburg James Shultz al tErn stTong were in Louisville this week Miss Lylis Thomson has re turned to her home in lie after a visit to relatives here M Joe Pettns has a Ford automobile Miss May Loganj Neale is the guest of friends here f Mr John A Brdon of Gray son Ky is yisiting here Dr and Mr Bryant have moved to Stanford Ky where Dr Bryant has aa interest in a drag f tore Mr and Mrs Bryant maemany friends while here who jregret to see them leaye Mr D R has rented pf Mrs Nannie Leactum the house recently of Dr Bryant J Hon T Scott Mayes was in Lon1svilleFrIdaVrIMr Hugh L will ar rive next week for his annual visit to his old home 4 rNEW A CHARMING EASTER HATS I Friday and Saturday IS SEE 1 I WIL1JAMS 1 2 Pleasant GroveI Jack Saturday Mackville Springfield Miss Humphrey Fitzgerald Leachman Wnifcrnan Thursday JLoberfc Saturday LMchman MiHFrancei Springfield Logan 1fnJwar yesterday employed accepted 1Mrs daugh tsI Saturday daughter Bardstown Indianapo purchased purchased Ltysey purchased ARRIVALS INi THEM MRS RIGHT PRICES Springfield KjIcElroy Rev R E C JL vson and J F Gregory ate attending the Presbytery at JjRiehmond this week Mr and Mrs JSi S Mayes and Miss Annie Mayes spent a few days with Mrs iohn Mahon at Lebanon this week Miss Jennie togsdon who has been ill lor some time wltlre sume her position with Urundy and Mclntlre in a few days Miss Kate Mayes spent last week with relatives in Lebanon Mr andMrs John Offutt of Bloomfield spentSunday here f Mrs J R Ciaybrooke Sr is spending few ditYSWlttl Mrs Ragsdale and Mrs J S Clay brooke Mr Blakempre of Sbelby ville attended the lotsale last week Notice Sealed bids wilL be received tip antI untlnext Thursday April 20th 1911 for the tearing down and removing and disposing of the materials in old jail resi dence Jor fuVther information call on T S Mayes or Robert Noe v a I yq r Ik 1 L 1 t IiWjVI1HI jII GoodsSliks 1 I t j t Iattractive and vanel Stoek fI5r v itjlY Ij I a have ever shown t5t Ly rIr II- i i We call your special attention to our line bf c JI I I IUt G IIr Carpets 3Sc t070cIIIIIngrain ster Carpets 90c to L10 Velvet ts85ct 100 IIMattings 1212cto 35c Axininister Rugs V1vet2500J ITapestry Rugs 1000 IIYouwill have forty different styles fttqm which to select i I Lace Curtains 50t to iooob Paper 4c to 25c Remember we the exclusive sale here of Schaffner and the Wellworth Brand of for Mn1and the Perfection arid J Frat and BoysS 1 Cnningham DvncoWhao4i i 4S Winnersjj The following compositions were written1 by Miss Nellie Thompson a daugher pf Mr rom Thompson and Mr John Wharton a son of Mr G C Wharton Each was the winner Df a5 gold piece offered by the W keUeld Realty Co for the- bes on the subject Why a Man Should Own a Borne in High School Court IIIf you are thinkingof buying a home in Springfield without doubt the most desirable loca ipn to be found would be in High School Court The rea Sons for selecting this as a suitable site for a home are various Firsttof all these lots are most desirable because o f their loca Lion They are situated on the vlackville pike a road in good condition within a few minutes walli of the Springfield Bigh School the best graded school- in the county and one of the best in the State They are on a gentle slope making them dry and excellently draiued The people occupying these new tomes will be able to enjoy the best of comforts and conyon jences that the city affords such as electric lights and water and yet will be exempt from the city taxes They willable to enjoy the comforts of city life without the discomforts Could there be found a more and prosperous town than Springfield in which to invfst your mane Here is located by far the largest tobacco market in the world considering tbe of the town has the best school churches of all denominations and uptodate stores where any article can be purchased from the accomodatjng merchants Springfield is not only a pros porous town now but promises to be one of the leading towns in the Htate It ih located In an excellent county of the most fertile soil1 and only needs the sup port of jts residents to make it an iideal town The town is in need of the support of the coun try people as well because they are the ones that are crowding the town and making the erect ion of uew homes necessary tNow letairof us get together these1youngmuch to boost the town NELLIE THOMPSOJT ft The best reason that I call giye why one should buy a lotjn BigK School Court Iis that it would be a money making in vest ment for the buyer asHigh School Court is located Jrr heat part of town close vtb our school and only needs to be developed and anyone can see how easy it can be done it they will take the trouble to go out and jee what jmproyementa baAa 4 been mado thereinJihe last few days and how easy it would ba to makeDtbers Yith very little ex- pEnse And then it would be the ideal addition to our city which is one of thebest towns ofl its size in this country Having the advantage of all the of a real live city I be lipvBour town has more hve stirring men in itthan any other town iI kcow of and t aJthey will with tbe different enter prises keep it rowing faster every year and make it a bigger and better town for inverters to come into and High School Court will be a part of our town and have the adntages of all its improvement and it will move along with the rest of the town These nice lots with new hO sbuilt on them yill in crease in value as fas as v other parts of the town This is why I think every money maker and home seeker should be on the grounds April 8th and buy him self a lot in High School Court on that day JOHN C WHAKTON age eleven IOLitsey r MIss Mary Logan Nealeas vis iting friends and relatives h re- Miss Pearl spent several days with Miss Frances Litsey Miss Kate Humphrey spent from Saturday until Monda with her parents near Maud Mrs Kate Litsey visitedi i hal daughter Mrs Jl Martin Mon day j Misses Gace Steian Della Ray and Annie Lxurx Gregory are home to spend itie Easter holidays IMr JimGrgory is visiting friends in Richmond Ky Mr and Mrs Joe Polin visitedi J 6 Polja and family Sunday Miss Lyllas Thompson has re turned to her home in Indianapo lis after spending several week with relatives Miss Hatvey Vanarsdale spent Tuesday with her Bister Mrs James ISToe x Mrs Robert teriter tained the ouoglfolks of the neighborhood OB last Tuesday evening v Cures Scabr by with an approved dip Iinor8 Fluid iis an appioyed dipHSbJdJ yHaydon Robertsoni i Notice 4 Alt persons having claims against theestate of JR May 6eld deceased will resentsamti todie properly pr v nOnOrbe- fore May lst lOU J W WIthlT Admr of 30 K Mayfielddec li 9x12 1250 9x12 RMs 1250 to to ctjI 300 Pair 400 RoII Wall have Haii Marx Suits Suits for young Men composition progressive population Springfield improvements Claybroooke herep Thompson 9x12 i = i U Ifu1ke 1I I + I GoodIhingsIi I 1 gaze on app c pieilhbu l confectionery f They look good aJar foo h t IIand I 1till Make Yoii IItf t MuiPgryI J I and if yoU a1e some home the family wilt bM r V I you Evjerythingi froin Lowney fChodiliitec to wpr special mincepie ikthfe bast of its Kind yholiiitMt ci well made and perfectly delicious I FITZGERALD iveusacalLS HERTLEIN 1 t L- r i 3 t The Ceebrated 1 Brovn 1 J f h T lY t Pivot Beam Combined CoitlyalM tii IIt f The best oil the market t ACKIBALL 1JL t l liiitG MmJ New FJD1 t 1 SSPwiipsP11111111gi P1ufflbiig t I j II t Wdtr and Stteadtiatig 1 A SPECIALtY1 IGive ed trial 4 work gariat Q t rr i SPRINGFIELD KY t ss-Ik i i i tl v Ti F w j 7 if i wioprcf 11ItI BUWL SCHOOLS j JWiICi f lIct If KN cE1EIcatks il i iSTEI tWUflER TAll ir tfnMlnwit Opinion ef ThoseJ Presentt t j nt It the Duty of the C HM Ue Country School to En VM mfl th by and Girl to Love t wttry Life and to Give Them the k awl Dc lre to Lov e Itj lltyt j j Because coUHtry life skillfully and l4lUteHly directed assuredly offers r rawre of health of Independence teven of luxury than Is attaIn 1l 1aay city and because it d ite Imperative that unless the prob l fedi o waking gthe country school fit eouatry life be solved there is every I la IcaUoa that Kentucky preeml 0 ftwitlyaa agricultural statf will soon jWkenelfi with a decreasing in t t4std of SB increasing population a ctatc wide rural school conference ywa held ia Louisville Wednesday t v iarck 29 uNder the auspices of the 1 Luisyllle Commercial club fitt was a conference which may be3t be designated asunelghborlya rconference which discussed the vital lfIpreufng problems of Kentuckys fa rural schools as man to man as neighbor to neighbor each interested IB finding the proper way to make oer the rural schools of Kentucky I l that schools which fulfill their mission schools which touch Intelli gemtly syjcpathetlcally constantly AUj consciously every social and eeoosnlc interest that concerns the jv cMinbnity may take the place of tSJMpreaent intolerable rural school iysteaiof the state IF Tie conference was called to order 14 at 1039 oclock in the auditorium of tjigfegeeltm Hotel f5fThlle practically all the states of f thejBld41ewest are experiencing such JOHN B MFARRAN use Given Unstintingly of His Time and Money FOr the Betterment of Kaatucky School Children movements to Improve rural schools Iare awakening ttf the necessity of providing such training as will per s4e the country boy arid girl to re M im it homo rather than escape iopportunityimore vital than in any other state Lbecauae of the fact that Kentucky cquntiea now cannot tax themselves vtV erect school buildings The die graceful condition of the little one room schools the lack of outbuild rvlngf the overcrowding the unhyv genie conditions the impossibility of i safeguarding the health of the chll dren under such awful conditions in t spired the delegates to the statewide conference with A burning determina tion to seC Kentucky right before the world and glveJa square deal to the boys and girls of the state This decision embodied In the resolution Adopted by the convention which says Resolved that w6 most earnestly ask and petition the next generalt assembly of our I beloved common t wealth to enact a law authorizing the counties to Issue bonds for building school houses met with the most profound and heartfelt approbation on the part of all who attended The eVection of sanitary well lighted ichoplI houses pronerly heatIkawill in addition enhance epoet of the community for the aschoolitt will enable larger playgrounds to ie provided and baltby interest Ing and properly directed games to be inaugurated for the children of the community It will make possible the school garden and agricultural plot and manual training and do mestic science r It will make easier the study of the economic interests of the com 4aiunIty by teaching the arithmetic physics chemistry geography his tory language and composition that a jl Mlook TOWARD find not AWAY from Ii t athe farm and country life JiIt will place the farmer boy on am equality with the city boy ltfJt wll make possible a education 1 fer the counter boy and girl which uune fri Legi Well uIwish to I IIhave Sloans Lini j ment on a r lame leg that has given me much trouble for six months It was so bad that I couldnt walk sometimes for a week I tried doctors medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg and bought everything that Iwheard of but they all did me good until at last I waS noIto try Sloans Liniment The application helped it and in two weeks my leg Waswe1lA L HUNTER of Hunter Ala Good for Athkte Mr K OILMAN iinstructor of athletics 417 Warren St Rox bury Mass says1 have used SLOANSLINIMENT wthgreatccessIncasesofextreme tion when an ordinary rubdown would not make any impreuien Sloan Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheur matism Neuralgia or anypainorSstiffness in the muscles or joints Prl 2S 1Ic19O Sloans book oa hone cattle sheep and poultry etfree tddnH Ir larl I Slow lMtwXuiTiA will develop all his talents without sending the children to Bchoop iifA properly built properly eqtrip ped school house will make possioie me formation of cooperative Indus tries for the women and for the men it will encourage the formation of cit izens leagues And It has been proven that good roads follow good schools These were but a few of the many pertinent fads in connection with better rural schools which were em phasized by the many speakers at the convention The openlngNiddress of Prof Ells worth Rege tent afterward chosen ofas president the permanent organ ization sounded the keynote of the conference He said In part JWe meet today as American citi zens frankly declaring the Stars and Stripes to be our only protection jOur cOmIng together is the result of a movement which has been begun by tho bighearted patriotic men of the Louisville Commercial club Dur- Ing the month of December that organization sent out Invitations to a ELLSWORTH REGENSTEIN Superintendent of Public Instruction Frankfort KyQnumber of the leading schcol men of the state asking them to attend a conference at the Commercial club That conference met on the 31st day of December last An organization was formed an executive committee appointed and it was decided to hold a state wide convention on this date in the Interstof the rural school movement andImore factories and better factories UroadsItar agriculture more citizens and betS ter citizenship in brief school de- Velopment means state development Prof Regensteln then Introduced Captain Brinton B Davit president of the Louisville Commercial club- who said Mr Chairman arid FellowCitizens of Vontunkv It Is a jioblo Cause that StnachBtodandt I T4ifiLtvefl ub1esIIKM tiebeitl starts with weak stomach and consequent pssripoveriehed blood Nervous and polepeopJc lack t Jieh red Wood Their stomachs need invigorsthi- je 1tcli a rcaa be no stronger Than Ilk stomach iAftlMlly kes the stomach stmng and the liver ss red blood and overcomes and dtivee cA upodelbacteria and cures 1e1Bati 4S Ji4se1 suss iq triti ie i1 Jsi ij 1 takIa cwe r uz P4aMa MMsNeSm Ieh Ia 4ky 4 tr wd aaf to =Lasrfoe bsovWWCVM a 1 I OP hai= list Ol JISdISSda jis- psrtk4 oMk ki s 5Lki ad wIs J Su 0 wonny ara frcat ae cry for whi h or ganized society has ever fought see nroUnd us some or Its bearers Men who have truly VeI crated their lives to the uplift or manlty devoting their time energy talcnfir to the education of the growing gftnerntlons The Louisville Commercial 011c1hlfain would contribute our mites It la our xlutyxtosa exercise qur stew ardship that those Who follow may in horlt a trotksure enriched through the intelligent manner of Its application We should take for example not the servant who burled his own talent lathe ground that h might return It Intact to llmnlttrbut he wno returned ten talents for the theo placed in his trust I V Hove I am voicing an opinion fji whenrsources is the human mind Without that great lt1nll others were useless In deed There are people an this globe who have been as richly endowed as we have been by Mother Earth but who owing to their Ignorance allowed Held and forest and mine to He unproductive theyhincprlate their resources This great natural resource the hu man mindthe greatest of earthly blessing Is then our most cherished heri preservettusurythatwe afford our children greater advan tages than we enjoyed we shall have the conscientious conviction of having performed our dutyVThe foremost need 011111 educational system Is to keep abreast of the times What was good enough for the fifteenth century was not good enough for the sixteenth Ijentury and the demands of bytheCenturyThewhat shall we say It we cut ort the sup ply at tbs rivers source ITf we fail to meet the demand of tho cnllIweedsisttperstltlcm barring all the vital Jni puls that should act as spring showers on fertile fields Show me the wealth of Kentucky You will point rot to the wide fields or the torIhumanijeingsax and saw In the forest and use pick and shovel and dynamite to open the mountain caves They constitute the KentuckyItask when we relinquish It those chit dren who now go to school to have elrI minds prepared to take up lifes battle Shall they make Kentucky a greater or more honored State or are thai to be he med In y a Chinese wall of dull un prosresslveness I am sure we desire to havq this question answered aright and betItennent KenItucyl that the officers and executive committee have authority to call a meet Ing of the organization at any time and place that they might see fit to forward the work of the conference The motion was put to a vote by unanllmo1s1yEllsworth Regensteln and Secretary AB Upscomb both of whom had been acting in the respective cap cl ties for the temporary organization Upon motion of H H Cherry of Henderson the chairman appointed a committee of five to formulate the purposes and resolutions of the con rerence as lollows J M Atherton chairman RobertA Cochran Mc Henry Rhoades T J Coates and James SpeedV While this committee was at work byProtJ spoke on tho twin problems of the rural school r Consolidation and Transportation Prof Eggleston said in part We havevno ironclad rule and should nut have one because children and population arid community conditions do not group themselves according to Iron clad rules We should take the conditions as we find them and act accordingly I suppose the objections are the same everywhere that the people will not con sent to give upthelr little schools that the distances are too great for the chil dren to reach the central schools with out great hardship that the roads are too had to haul the children that the children will freeze todeath or at least b frostbitten while waiting for the wagons or while being transported and that the cost is too great All of these objections have been met successfully declares Prof Eggleston who continued During the fifth year of our policy we have over 200 wagons running in all sactlons of the State and urder almost every possible condition We have routes as long as eight miles and as short as two and a half miles We have wagons on good roads and bad roads oh level roads and mountain roads on rocky roads and sand roads on macadam roads and redclay roa ln We have transpor tation wagons or the latest and most modern type and wo have ordinary farpi wagons fitted up for the new and Pre lous freight Wo have onehorse and two tSSJ D EGG ESTON JR Supsrintendent of Public Instruction Virginia IIior kidct Its It is calledwinch hauls hetwten fortyfive and llrtYchlk daysMct problem we have nQt jsQjyed but must solve Is how ountryUtewhThhlIclies out nhd touches InteUI gently pympathstleally constantly and can lclell iolsly every social and economic Interest thar concerns Its community And so when 1 speak of the consoli dated school in Virginia J mean a grouping at sonic central point of smell schools into ttlnrSpr school for the purpose or working out this problem of pnltybyand a splfH of clvlcr service plaQcstor l purposes The consoIJileted school r- ow4a srooei ozQier f ucb aeetlnes J A Good Example ft i ofMeAlesterf 1womenlI with my head and back for over six years I tried everything I never could get any I CarduiCardui I am so thankfuf that It have fountf something that will do me good II feel so much stronger and better than I have in a longlimfc It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will ttake when you are sick CARDUIJ47 The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take it when you are tired mis putnewIf notsitk now at least burn Cardui on vto the pages r of your membry so that when you are sick you will ask for it thinkingIf get a bottle today At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Co4 ChaMannooga tOrSPcdalInslnrctfons and 64page book Horne Treatmeatforwome sent free IInIs Itthe coisJlIJtJto Koelillze immunity life H tends toI tenIdene elandel community economically profltabld Is our purporeVAt the conclusion of his address which was wonderfully comprehensive and had the1 added merit of be ing a transcript from real life a record of actual experience Pint R P Haleck In a brief talk calldjut tention to the fact that there was no state from whomKentucky would as willingly learn as from her mother alsoIdeclared 1 am glad that people have cone tJtnoWJepgeilint It requires more brains tQ make a success in the country than In the city I take off my hiit to the man who wins success In jthe country in the life runs aldng in comparatively 1city groovcsJn the Country are changing continually Now1 confront you with each day Selfreliance is Imperative A man must aink quickly and clearly The educated farmer concluded prof Halleck Is thel real Lord oi O tlon Mr Ath was made Mr rtonfJcommlttee report and as fol lows ITo the People ot Kentucky This fibnferencej of many of your tel citizens has had under consideration the condition of the rural schools throughout the State and tM ways and means for their improvement We have met to confer Wth each other In the hopethat we may find the quickest most effective and mot practicable methods of relief from this difficulties which lie Immediately In the way of improve mlnttIndifference djid to a failure to appre date the real value of education Is one of the very serious obstacles which has confronted every movement towards a higher standard of educational work In tho last few years greater Interest has boen exhibited generally over the State indicating in a decided manner that our people were shaUnp off the lethargy ot the past and we to aspiring to plate th e State on a sound progrfssive educational basis Every citizen must rejoice over this nwakimlng and all should now unite In a continuous earnest effort to atone for the neglect the past It would lot 55 JOHN GRANT C BEIiPresident StAto Normall School at Richmond Ky f tDi8U8 late Kidnej Trouble land Never Suspect IR HoirTo Find Ond Fill a bottle jjr conuuoii gloss with your Tter and let it stand tweutyfbnr hours fn unhealthy con kidIitles Syour linen it if evidence of kid hey trouble too frequent desire JI to pass it or pat u in the oock is also convincing proof that the tianeys ind bladder tire out of order What To Do There Is comfort in tine knowledge seI often expressed that JDr Kilmer remedyti paint un Ute btcL kidneys liver bU1dC and every pqrt of the urinary passage It corrects jinability to hold water and sca1dingpaIni in passing it or bad Ptffecta following use of liquor wine or that unpleasant lie to go ofte to get up man 19Jlt TIle mliiiand lbcerandOircomes bf SWajjipRpot stand thJughest of the mast dis neeiUA jjicdipa best dldby drtg gists in fiftjHcent and oDe olfnrs Sr You may Have a sample bottleaud a book that itells all aboutit botlieentfrec r mT by mail Ad dress Dr iSflUttff KilmerDingbamton JT Y When Ecsqf awunpooot writing mention this paper and dont snake any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot ane l a4dI1nhaDlteu 1iA f bo a useless tari in view or t i Ing appreciation of the Importance and value of education to make argument or submltXany extended report In Its behalf orfitJl the efforts the State can make for Its advancement the men tat nnd ihorAl training of thai children of tine Ptaio Is the one of mosnsupreme importance Knowledge Is power It builds up while Ignorance pulls down It wiltfproperly Kentucky is art agrlculturar State The great majority of her people are en gaged In agricultural pursuits These people are spread out bver the country living aepnratb and apart In their many hones This condition of life presents rroblems dissimilar In many ways from those to bo considered by the cities and towns Chief among these problems is tip education of the children tn prow viajiiK Bchool houses and in sending the chllren 16 these Housed the cities and trtwnRhave a much simpler task an the cpuntleR Tine former snjoy the advjjrj taseapf a more efficient and compre en sire ooperatlon They net as units Ley move jjji one body They Impose taxes and distribute the revenue throughout their corporate limits In this wayand tfiroygh this cooperation school houses are more readily con stpjcted and maintalnedThe children have shorter distances to go and generally have smooth roads and in the larger places streetcar tThse flufstloms now come up for solu contsanitary in order to protect and promote the health of the children and How can the money be obtaIned for butldlog these the various counties of the bousellll Is not the time or place to go Into de talled dcscrlpiion of sanitary school hourfe H is sufficient now to state that every schoolroom should be large 1 h V5 fl pt f rl MrifJNRY RHOADS1 OivensborosKy enough to give each pupil not less than io cubic feet of fresh air should be ropcrly lighted ventilated apd heated houlU he suppllei with nil necessary toilet arrangements and should have imple playgrounds and pure water Tine people of our State do not yet itiflclently realize the imminent danger to the health antI lives of their children from the vast majority of the school hoises throughout the country districts line j flo not realize the Tact that much of tine jpcpsnqjj that results from sick ness arrionR children to say nothing of thij mental arilety and suffering could be avoided br hiildlng sinltan schoolhouses In truth the school house Is tine rWqfc anrt the only plnce to meet and taWtile country people obtain the money ta btiili sanitary school houses We nswcr Ij greater con certed action jpraatest cooperation which rioljecnKd only by the count ties sKInflrUs wmno many school tltrl In fhe Avtalt iir counties may ius nice 9 ry mount by taxatloa the rsIjarly of oqrla 1o1 dlnricts are wrrtbleytft pay one or two years the twoscy rfgulred fo build satisfactory seined If Ute counties would net as m7 xild borrow the many ly linetaa lft hf long time bonds at mod orate retesof interest end could In tho nlxtewrs mayo sanitary scjioil houses The bond could be carried retired attllelr maturity by a andInnnunl tax not to exceed on tM HM of twahje property children as boneicisrks would pay lange part of the bonds when as bfnnd women they would bring Into lil the training they received through this espotllturey In many localities several districts wonitI roslkIste and provide eh for Hcndlnv the children to and IdesII t0ft1 Around these modern houarn the people woruld build future homes as the land tipMlngs are sub iivldedand thus escape much of the loncllnos and Isolation which xert such a deprwli and deterring Influence on tIntfJoure11cIj spiration and oneouraemunt from toantlfiil display they make whew theI greRiUed in large numbers around clran wholesome wellkept sahool moves and pUygrounds Academic In stnirflon nun more or lesar technical training in tine various vacation conn try life would bring Increased 3iappl ness inta their urea and be productive ot thrift and success In their dally trials We can cpeelve of no effort so fullal ot srattfioatlorv pleasure and profit as the building 6f these sohopl houses Con cede that to do this involves Increased labor anti possibly greater selfdenial can any struggle be too severe or any sacrifice tpo Irksome JfJ our children can bq protected in their tender years against exposure to diseases which may ripple their energies during life if it t does not consign many to untimely graves Not only is health at Stake but education as well for no teacher how ever efficient anti Industrious can make satisfactory progress with children en cabled by bad air by disease germst and by the nriiny Ills caused by neglect of sanitary laws With tho hope that we may awaken renewed Interest In tine great educational work of our State and especially that we may appeal fn oar country people to put Into actual practice the views IiafArO set out io cpodense tHem 1ii into inc tcniowmv Hesolcd That we most earnestly ask trod petition the next General Assembly or our beloved Commonwealth to enact issuebondsbonds to be placftd ty the hands of the County llqznniof lclticntton ora special qommtsslon an thdl fenerhl tAss mIIY anal designate wIno sell sarne and jfuitablopilesned equipment and for rto other purposd1 Judgwenfallmoneysavailable for schail purposes are need s L r l LCOATESa State Supervisor of Rural Schools and Professor of Elementary Ed ucation In the State Normal Schools Frankfort ky ed And will be neededfor the main lenience and conduct of the sclnoolsnlnd- that these mops should be kept Intact for these purposes Resolved TJutt In the expenditure of the proceels 5 f the bonds the County Ioardrf of Education should be author- Ized to ooqsolldate districts when In their Judgment the conditions are fit voralile but shall provide school houses avalUhle foreyery section of the county that all tine children of the county shall Jromtheppnlftun4Resolved That the permanent ganization made today shall be the or ganUation for ensuing year That the officers and Executive Committee be Authorized to call the organization to gether at euch tlmcsas are npcessary to push the worcIResolved Thattit Isth sense assoeiation that lliJa campalgn fpr p fpUlltJedThereforefund That the Executive Committee h4innncoCommitteefund from the State at large FollowIng the adoption of the resolutions W M Hayes assistant sec retary f agriculture of the United States delivered a stereopticon lecture He declared that Profr J D Eg glestoh State Sui crintendent of Pub lie Instruction ois Virginia was one of he greatest educators of the country efeganttrJbuteI Improvement work afr McFerraor f3 Chairman of the ISchooi Improvement pfubIyesterdayjs se q1e sent a tele gram to the convention Dr Hinnltt lummonod up the speeches of all the other delegates declaring that the consolidated schools and wagons for transporting children two main features of the Virginia rural school system us planned by Prpf Egglestob are Im perative He expreSsed the hope that the clamor and demand of educators would secure needed reforms In Kentucky It was the opinion of the Cdnferr ence that So far as the country boy and girl In the South are concerned it Is the duty of the State audit is for the best Interests of the State to make the country school fit th- qcouniAIIftocaUsd this school not only to encourage the boy and girl to love country life bULttogivd tQ them tile ability and desire to Im prove 1tU we cap show thS boy how to make twice a much money ona plot of land as his father has made he is going to becom0Interest ed In farm work if we panghow him the dlfforehco between tile jcibw that does not give enough milk to support herself and one that not only sup ports herself but helps to suppqrt the boy he is going to b coelnter ested in good dairy cows JiiikewlBo we can Interest the girls In home gardening Jn poultry ralslpgTln small fruits in the dozen and things ibov ran Ao QwAl1 l1dth dolnff Cg ntiuuedon1jge2 flThe Empire Heamgoio The long redingote in velvet anai fur Is very rich and graceful and the JosephInelgoln e exclusion of other models by some conturieres these gowns are hanced by bolerqs and deep collars pf fiat In and fur Princess gowns made in the new heavy woolrbacked sdtlns In dull dead color edged with able or chinchilla are stunning This new make of satin Is also ideal for evening urro n dt5 TarF 1 tfi1e1I on1V Jee ALLOIIOL ZAgetabcppuj15 sInltngij iI1CV 1tCssa1llcsWogijti Opium1aforphij- b NOTNARCOTI- Ce5 elVs 2oio JfSe ag WormsAseiilsi iisYewm- knessaiuILossorS1zz NEW ORL e = Exact copy of WrapPer 1 CUIDRIA The kind Yi Have firay- JBear the ijt 1f SFIv4tS7 ii II1 LI i t I For- Thirty B l CASTI awvsee ssy Ir5IEs v l j ELSONf IJN0 2381 lkd tt4L I JfJI f n Registered German Gocii s4il4rnaketheeason o1OIjni f i ellat lfIit t 1 r 2 f lnsqr a Y Colt t 5Nelsoh Iis BOlidi11 16 ImaucT iit i g s187 ipDund He b sjrY Ii lbree tciI i yitmarJiolt r 1 1 i W L GRAHAMC- j j rf Jr GQL JOHNLS 13trk bay 158 haniI g fine stye p 9di1ralopM araold pus colt is a son of the Great Os1wrd Si1vtr1friusvnimt by L Druien of Bardstown and uiinerof the vl tania staLs sat Lexington indwith a 1 9JiI1el tfl a wq flIes 428k O WA dSilvet was lCil r JIJ101j1 utaken to It ly Onward lIi1eri i a sondf Jnwar4 t141niord2 25t and tid sire Af fline erformers wltU r Jiaj jot ttJ iOSi o2 10 rtdbelterQwJ1rdMai 1 by A aardoen sike of1CentucIyUnltfM2O71 LJSSj jO o 18OISOIl i was Helen B by Metropolitan SCM of Jfep i toniMiliolWd 1u11 brother t RJenna Vidtotia dsmoTEelI19 xnd JBnbcetott 2 261 isr5econtiiIlsVeiut iLirtf EyeIetfcOtherstetterha4f r COL JOBN wdlrqakathaPreSeltiHasonata i fi 5rO TQIN REAl COLT I 5 JCORD BACON l4jack a l I i DickParrottsJa1k htiisHawk Sb you con Unot hacp finer breeding Jeis aTexrtg- ood breLJinr jjid Lien Siooms bouht8cf hiscolts1itfa1iaLover 100 br head rHe wilt mtke the season atbrITo Insure a Civin 1Zptt Earijf having glares to breed are invited ta call Stft my stables 2t miles Bnst of Spribgfieldciirl the Springfield and JPef yvills pike atd see rnjy stocks Care will beak n to avoW ace 1ei ikbut willanot be responsible should hey occur Lien retaitiedi on all colt untilseasbn ir Raid and irotiey de when coitus fualftiipor mirtjlsi parted wiih or bred eUewhere I GREG EDELEte I- 5lF rF HalJ 8ant ton IWi 0 Tl is fine tro bred sinmon atmyplace 1t j iJj1SiJ lnsuf a iVingC lk5pLHcB1 te bay horse foaled 190S by Alpha Jv 2S375 dam SfeTft by Elhhorn 13909 granddam Sarah Erancis W Madrid 183td AIhaJs darn Tailulah by Tennessee wilki2 27i5 he byiI Goon Wilk rcP11l 222 Alpha Js daxnTallulhh Jy Drown iUnl I 935 r tonxe timo and place will Btarid myJank t f J 31ajKg1r Hawk JrI ack acli 15 iharlds high is9rars oldac by Llta s OldBlack Hawk hebyGavooJ First dam Logan black Jennettwith Jrt2ddam a beederCOverl tlc will iak the eenVii AtIfir fb 8Fsra seikjt IVSWill also atThe sameulsneaaeipiace stand myJack k t IIt I n C1 hands high 4years old Xe i J treat hsaliSt BiAokHawk on hit danti pid wHe wfW ab t 11 UT liit L1th j lien retainedpn aU t1t slrd by tthennorpop be aervTe Ice Mcney due when the fact is eseertaiseti orbredprv ts uut not rlp nt83c should any occur roNIt FrcderJclwtown Ky i t