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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 F l 7 y BLJffEDtT 1r IN 1883 I IMW1i4WIyb4W I 1i PIEWSER1ESVOL NO 16 SPRINGFIELD L WVSHINGTON COUNTY APRIL 20 1911 j jiooPER YEAR stornGrower Club jIr fBetween fl5OQO and 2000 in I 4I cash will be distributed in prizes In ibisi State to winners of corn 1Jtrowin contests conducted by pJrsp rr flrrcrC1flb5 CS- VKJIi Ia3 tH is pvr hid Stite Thito asmoit fvery cuunir except t I i Jaiayn organizing the corn w ij rb Iingclab3 amongst boys OfIr thCQIflflOn EchoolsL and IDev erYco Qty there has been raised D popular subscription not less itSan 75and in many instances sSl high as 150 to be given as lizes ta yonn corn growers JETenry county leads all the other counties with the largest contri bution 172 having already been f theft IStatG in farming and to teach how to growcorn As tthe boys are 10 be the future farmers of the State it is hoped that tie corn 4 growing contests will result in increased yield of corn in the whole State ina few years So- far some fine rEcords have been i Diadebv tbe boys in the contests t and through these boys farmers are being taught seed corn sejec tip and bow to increase the jildofcorn The corn growing re contests lave aroused consider able interest throughout the tj tate In Henry county there is to be a corn growers davit r and the winning corn growers wiltJ be giyen a banquet In other counties there is the spirit of ri ti yilry in the growingof corn and- this is expected to bring resu- ltsiFamers Home Journal II Accidentv r r t VrMr Harley Jones met with a terrible accident here Tuesday afternoon He had driven into TV tow n in his wagon to get some repairs done atJ E Settles shop and while he was wHiting frv Settles in his worK I t pa horse shoe to remove the hj1t a- merand one ofthe nails flew out i and embedded itself in the left eye of Mr Jones who was seated about twentyfive feet distant The injured mau pulled the nail fxoP1his eye ad was taken im mediately to the office of Dr Carroll Price where the wound j was dressed but it is now be 11ieved that sigljit is compleltly f destroyed Mr Jones has been V suffering much pain from his in jury and he has the sympathy pf all in this unfortiinato occur jy Vrence Harrodsburg Herald 44emarkable Accident t Richmond Ky Aprll 1- 8Thfbntoftier boiler of the el ectric company here blew out ij last pight causing an exposion Yt of tthe fly wheel which demol ishtd an engine tore off the roof and brew both ends out of the builcling llie d Image is estm atedat12JOOO covered by in Jpf surance The marvellous feature ol the 1 accident is thai the engineer t Stafford Parkpr was in the capedjTimrs J f l J L Proposed by Wm Addams Candidate for- Governor Adams of Cxuthiana the first candidate of the Demo cratic candidates fcr State offices td make a declaration of princip leg or rather to make known bis position on some of the real live issues of the day Mr Adams i a is candidate for the nomination for Governor and he made for mal announcement of his caodi dacy llast Saturday There are ten planks in ihe platform which he advocates and he will add several more to t during the week Jn his annoucp ment Mr Adams says he stands for the following StringenteducationallawstJ at will secure more schools better schools and better pry for the eachers in order to secure competency and such a system of schools RS will portunity to all children Constitutional revision of the tax laws 4- 4All legislation necessary to bring tho roads of Kentucky to the highest state of efficiency State Bank Inspection Bringing the militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and freeing same from politics Organization and cooperation between farmers as well as between other laboringi men whether they labor in the field factory store or wherever wage is earned Such legislation as would im prove the relation between capi tal and labor NO RELIGIOUS TEST The strict enforcement of that portion of article 6 of the Jon stitution of the United State3 which reads as follows No religious test shall ever be required as qualification to anv office or public trust Election of United States Sen ators by direct vote of the peo pIe The strict enforcement of all laws on the statute books While Mr Adams has been in abe field for some time being the nomination for Governor little attention was pid to his candi dacy untif tbe last few days Now that the antiMcCreary men have failed in their tfforts to bring out a to oppose the Madison souatv man it appears tljat they have finally decided to support Mr Adams If he musters all of the antiMcCrear strength Mr Maws will be a formidable candidate He iis a man of means and can well afford to make an organ zation Argus in Louisville Herald i Never Oil I of Work The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Lite Pills Every qill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes Weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing constipation headache Chills Dyspeysia Malaria Only 25c at Haydon and Robertson Texas Eggs Texas is shippifig eggs to the Northerni and Eastern marktt r rICOAlCOAL i ttWe are is from the Coal exclusive highest Coke Jellioc grade for theII + t IIWe only load t to of coal supply from one you lOtb with us of hecoaleII Prices Right and CoalRight 11 1 LAKE CGO i r nf StS fvTHE NEVJS=tEADER IPLAfORM William candidate the LBD by carloads Oar lots have re cently been shipped from towns that were not ori the map five years ago In southern Texas the climate is so mild that hens IproperIYfed will produce eggs theye r round It jis this that has caused a great and rapid in productioncrease has helped to cause the ryISheep Scabies To Be Stamped Out Toe fight against sheep scabies in this State is to be turned over to the Naticnal Government which will put a force ot inpec lors 1w Kentucky ip assist the iCUflty live stock inspectors and it is believed that the disease in bynextmethods which will be adofteJ Five orsix inspectors under the direction of the Bureau of Animal Industry of the Government will be sent to KcntucUyatonce to take up the fight and later ten more inspectors who are now at work in other states will be put into Kentucky Tnis plan of action was decided upon at a meeting of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board when a representative of the United States Government was present It wa stated at the m eting that Mason Washington and Nelson countes are the worst infectedof any fthe counties which has been visited In these counties it is stated little has been done toward stamping out The Fiscal Court in each county has promised to do what could be done to fight the pest Scabies in sheep has cost the sheep breeders of Kentucky a great deal of money and it is re garded as important to have the disease eliminated as quickly as possible Through the newspapers the farmer3 have beenoften warned and aroused to the danger that exists and they have bgur to do all they can to aid in the war a ainst scabies Speu cer Courier Found Dead In Barn t Enoch Morris was found dead in the barn of Mr T M Estes Friday morning by hands em ployed about the place He born in Taylor county 28 years ago and was a son of William Morris For a number of years he was employed by EsteV mo ther the late Mrs Sallie E Ray and in late years he has ben employed at the electric light plantHo was an honest and industrious young man The funeral services were conducted by the Rev W P Baird at the Estes residence Saturday afternoon and interment was in Rider cemetery Deceased boarded at the Brn ton Hotel and the only reason that car be assigned for his being lit Mr Estes place where he had formerly lived was that he felts ill and probaby came tneie in he night Tne verdict of the coroners jury was that death rei suited from heart disease Mar ion Falcon Farmer In Rack J C Bullock a Pulaski county farmer went to his barn Thurs day awl finding a s at oil tie hay reck got up the fetd trough to tack it back and stuck his head tthrough the hole and nailed hmeltnp and before he ro leased himself threw the hammer to the j iound The barn was a great diAance from the home so he could not make np v one hear bin cries jind he had to sty penned u iiIjlhe rack fromeatly morning until late in the after noon when his son came to feed He was uv such a cramped con dition that when liberated he ffainted Harrod burg Herald lUcked By A Mad Horse Samuel Birch of Beetown Wis Had a most narow escape from losing bis lleg as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed but at last Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcer burns boibeczema scalds cutsj corns coldsores bruises and piles on eat th Try it25c atBaydon RobertsonS j SUES FOR DIVORCE EdithOder Files Suit Against Sm Oder Were Married Here Edith Oder who3avs she is a school girl and J3f een years of age is the plaintiff an a suit fora divorce tiled in the office of the Clerk Sam del is named as the defendant teethe petition which was prepared by J R gin aId Clements The paiutiff states tnat the de fendant can be found at Ash brook Anderson county Kr- andthat he is twentytwo years of age She alleges tbat she lud only a bare acquaintance with the defendant and that while on a visit to relatives in Washington county she was married to the defendant on October 30 1910 by a marriage ceremony obtained by the defendant through fraud and duress that therefore she pud the defendant are to iha6 ex tent husband and ivifp The plaintiff further states she iis a resident of Jefferson county that there is no icason whv she should not be restored to her maiden nama of Edith Drown totbeIijn Washington county where tbei plaintiff knew him Mr Clements attorney ffor plaintiff says thai Miss theI now Mrs Oder bad met ihe fendant several imes and on one occasion he asked her to go to Springfield vih him She agreed accordin to the girls story and Oder and his brother hicleJ while- h rodetlwlth r mother rode in a vehicle ahead When near Springfield the vehic les took separate roads and Odor and his bf oilier wit to a deputy to secure fa marriage i cense rMrs Oder according toMrr Clements did not realize whit she was doing and as the proposal of marriage the of the license any the subsequent wedding all caine so suddenly she was hardly aware of what had happened until she was Mrs Oder The marriage ceremony Mr Clements says was per formed at the home of Mrs Oders brother but she doeS not recall his namoJPttL Fatally Shoots Himself Gunning For Hawk LaVren burg Ky April 13 John Brunei accidentally shot and killed himself It the home of his father Sam Bruuer near Petty in the w stern part of the county Brune r had borrowed a shot gun from a friend a shot time beftre sa lug he wanted to shoot a chicke hawk His family h ard the report Of gun but thought nothing pi ft and he was fouid lying near The henhouse lalor by some small children A caogercus wound was discovered in his temple He died in un hour He was a brothenof Ir i Bruner who was killed in Lou sville during the Hatne Coining week of 1906 and was a respected citizen of the western part of the county He is by a wife and one small sonEI ISaved His Mothers biio Four doctors bad given me up writes Mrs Lau a Gainesof Avoca La and my cnildren and all my frieuds were iot TclnR for me to die when my son ins stcdthat I use Elec tric Bitter I lid so and they have done ire a world of good I will al ways praise tl1cjiL Electric Bitters is a prlceleis blesslnjj to women that re troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backiche headache weakness debility constij ation or kidney dioor dert Use tbeni arId pain new health strength and viVor Theyre guaran teed to v atisf or norey refunded Only roc at Haj don Fanners Will A farmer in a ceighboring county mad his will a short time ago and was so well pleased with it thabbsent it to coyrfcto be admitted to probate The Document ws piegenled in court where it was readlhe witness es wore present and testified to its authentic ity arId the county j udge ordere it to record The clerk proceeiletl Co transcribe the order and Mhllb in the lLlttatof- t o process t asually ii quired the s W date qf the decedentd death He was reayy surprised when the two witnesses informed him there was no decedent the man who made tbe will was not only sound of mind and disposing of mood but was sound of body and looked to be good for at least ten more years of life liberty acd happiness o the everyday brand he was unaware that dying was a necessary formality to be gone through with in advance of the admission of a will to probate he just wanted the document re corded In order that he might know that everything was fixed up all right and might thereby enjoy that peace of mind that is supposed to como to tne man who has his house in order for the inevitable moment when Old Mortality calls time When the clerk becameappiised of the ex traordinary situation there was a lively sensation in court The tbewitnesse1were told to return it to said decedent along with proper in structions as to future proceed tugs It probably struck tie methodical farmer as a kind of gdshdangeiL curious piece of business and the court perhaps thought similarly There is no reason to believe however that tire farmer will be in any hurry about complying with the condi- tiOns tha are prerequisite to the probating of a will It is likely he has consoled himself wito the reflection that be aint no lawyer nohow and has dropped tbe prpcious document back in the clock and proceeded with the agriculturaJIlife Death of Young Man Fraiik Thompson aged about twentyfive years son of Mr Jos Thompson died on Thprs dayApril 0at the home of his parents three miles fuom tORn on the Gilicy Run Pike Deceased was a young man endowed with those mental and moral qualites which make life success fuj and deirable and a worthy preparation for eternity and to him tho earthly way seemed full of promise and of joy and he wished to ringer with the deyoed and vfd home circle the father and mother the sisters and brothers and to realiz the legi timate ambitions which seemed within his grasp vet when it became oily too evident that the time was near lor the summons to his fathers home meekly tne faithful soul bowed in submission accepting the fiat with true christian resignation and hope After funeral services conducted in St Thomas church on Saturday April 8th interment took place in St Josephs cemetery Besides his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Thompson deceased is survived by four sisters Mrs Lavielle Cissell Bowling Green Misses Sallie Florence and Mar gene Thompson and three bro thers Mr Bernard Thompson Master Ben Thompson of Nelson County and Mr Henry Tbomp sort of Louisville Bacdsiownji Standard Quickly Cures Coughs Colds aud Caiarrh If you dear reader could spend a few hours looking oAer the thousands of testimonials we have on file you would not go on suffering from ca tarrh that disgusting disease that wilt surely sap your vitality and weaken your entire system if allowed to continue You would haye Justus much faithI in IiyQMEI as we have and wehave so much confidence in its wonderful cudativ virtue that it is sold the country over under a positive guaran tee to cure catarrh croup sore throat coughs and colds or money back No stomach dosingwhen you breathe HYOMEI Just poura few drops of the liquid lathe inhaler and breathe it in It is mighty pleasant to use it opens up the stuffed up postrils fn two minutes and makes your hehd as clear as a bell la a short time Breathe HYOMEI and kill the ca trrh germs Its theonly way to cure catarrh Its the only way to get rid nf that hawking snuffling and spit ting A complete HYOMEI outfit Tffhlch lurludes a bottle of HYOMEI and a hard rubber pocket Inhaler costs 100 at urug stores every Whereqr- at Hay don Solicit If you already Iowa a Hyomel inhaler you can Ret an extra bottle of EYOMEI for i- eutsail r I I TYOUjT- he t Ladies Aid Society otha Christian church hetoian Bister candy salelast week The Edit irs of the NEWSLEADER wera rr membered with a very fine box of candy for their wives which Rae very much appreciated JThe following letter wri ten lby a member of the Society accompa nied the candyIU With gret ions fears that this may prove fatal to you dear editors I beg that you accept these boxes of candy for your respective wives as a slight token of my appreciation for our free advertising of our candy sale You know better than I who was onde an indigent editor pardon the superfluous wprd indigent itbeinga synonomons term to editor the jolly thank lessness of the job You make all brides beautiful and 3aa 81thoagb81 grooms worthy and prosperous You make sue cess possible to charitable fairs and then you attend them and must perforce draw from j0ur frayed out jeans the lonely quarter feeling like a culprit as you do so for hills due the printer the paper trust the devil for even the devil mustbe given hisdues loom omniously before you But no friendly voice sat s Come Mr Editor have a saucer of cream with me it was so perfect ly lovely of you not to charge us for our ad JI No matter how often yotf sacrifice money for principle how well you hitthe nail on the head in regard to some question bow much you try to influence the public mind for good no encour dquedIdThe only approving voice you bear is theone nf ambition that knowiag your own weakness lures you farther and farther out on the sough sea of journalism until like that of matrimony you must stick to it for better fqr worse and the worst Is al ways to come for ncber forI poorer and it is always poOrer unlit the empty poet and stomach can stand it no more and you are called up higher where let us hope alf unpaid subscriptions are cashedin giyfnitIthe taste of candy jusas she receives no flowers except tboaeI that bloom in the springtime When she tastes the delightful flavor it will recall that evening in the good by summer Wbqn JooIdenied yourself a much needed pair of socks knowing your shoes would hide the deficiency and bought her a box of ndyii How odorous with sweet memor ies was that night The moon light was like molten gold to you in your rapture at her restored i loosenidoubt to the stoutest feminine heartYou were palpitating with ambition You felt that the world could notremain cold and callqn with such a genius burning with in it Your editorials w tejueIto receive recognltlof- lmetropol1tanprss from t eJHenVrV WKflii terbon would be asked to resign from the Courier Journal staff htyour favor and you of beL would winter in Italy But youP castle is still in SPAIn and Henry continues to odd down Italya and the C J High hopes fade to other points than warm hearth tones they vanish on colt presses their rosy hues toning down to plain black and white Yes ycU still remain a far more potent influence than theJ editors of city papers if not so t well remuneratedsnclwe trust J that appreciation is ifStfrfmlsa ieteh though belateATsliHl from i one in the ranks 4Mifefsted l who knoisths exhlliratKm of the I iin8alaoi movesMKt ooe4seioli 4 bf tbede1 privatOMincidfatttO aa empty pnrlHI brJHllttl tillU oar charity Md also tbMk stern oil expEOesbakNi ug llJ11 oijeets ocbadb refnac IteCol 4 j 10YItdBAKING POWDER r J ieltiPurm i Ft Mtkis Home Baking Easy i t 8J r r + AVESTit FLOURBUTTER i j t iflJ r J EGGS x1j daces the cake lighter liber Itav cc f JesighUy and Insures Itah ffreedom from alvm d Ces 148H LNiMJs Rain Causes of Dollars Damage ebAnI hThe continno s rains the cause of th u ands ot dollars lot to the farmers in Jeffeirson county The p tato and the corn crops are pra tlcally destroyed and the resul ant loss will be severely felt b the The loss is d ue lo the factt that the crops have been planted only a short time ajjp and the down pour hasrotte i the eyes iin the fields Besides losing their crops the farmers w II be compelled to lose a great c eal of time in the replanting Jeffprson co inty is one of tbe largest potat markfets m the worldhmur phips from this section being hipped toall patti of the country Hundreds ot carloads also go to foreign p rts The selected specinftns frcm what is known as the nrstcn p have won pr zes on numerous occasions The corn crop has suffered just as heavily as he potatoes Spencer co anty has also felt the destructive rain bt tnot to such an ex tent as Jefferson CREEKS ON RAMPAGE Floyds I rone of the lar gest streams n Jefferson and the neighboring auntiesL has rapid ly risen and armors arC considerably worn dbver the way it is booming F mces b rriroads and crops n ar ihs course hive been damage ndii loss ctsev eral thou a i dollars Is feared if the rain c ntiriues andltreamanII the fiahermei and residents along Us bed sill be compled to abandon the r homes very sobo Eosmosda e and Sblyely s are also water soaked Mill cregk which runs hrougb that neigh b rhood has overflowed its banks and parts oE the tracks of the Orell line hi tve been submerged Farmers 19the lo v districts along the 0 Wo river near West Point will jb4 comp ll q to move if the rain intinues v Residents of SmitnviUe on the Bardstown Toad abopt twenty live miles from Xouisville aie watching SajltTiver with anxlttvI The stream is out ofJsc banks nd iis causing considerable dam age Louisville Evenfng Post Corpse Came To Life Macon GaAprt i 14Those s who gathered about the casket ontainiog Vhe body of Warren a t gressat Eatontoayi aterdayj Were torpwu into a panic when Fanny sudden ly came back to life1 rhaEutt posed corpie nearly broke openl l ibec6yer Jf the coffin and1h- a led from ithesceue when they heard thenoise of the oasKf breaking An undertaker reMcVedf ibe lid and aststed1b- ewow omt eil now under tMofi a xor Lcuii his t ct I r r It lSUIJSORJP7ofi 109A WW i4R j 1 i J XVIII KENTUCKY igqing picked insureequalop i agents handle grade Circuit securinC survivtd Robertson instead 8owstakyo SAhaIuy kecdptiFree jThousands growersI Fanny Mburnerg Attempt To Lynch DoUcti 9- =Providence Ky April 13 That a mob attempted to lake V detectiye Uobn Sensing of Nashville out of the hotel at Providence llater Saturday and foas held at bay at the point of shotguns was made public here today Stnsmg was employed by a public committee 10 investigate the mysterious mnider of Henry Thompson here last Itecember and gave testimony before th- Grndjury now sitting at Dixod Sensing arriy d in Providence Saturdaynight and went to the Hotel and abouji midnight a neb went to the hotel and demanded that Sensing como outside The marshaC was sent brand threat to shoot into the crowd if they did ndt disperseSSensing arid the hptejtj prpprle tor edt UjJ the Balance of the night with shot uns In their laps and looked everjy minute for the mob to show up again It said that Sensing was abb to present jstrong evidence Ito the grand jury at lixon Louisville Time J j I i Burglon Litwy Avenue On Friday night vfhiie Mr TSau t jtsep Rue who lIves on Litsey Javenue was sitting up wIshI a jIisj Mrs Rue heardhim and thlqkI One of the children had ifallen out of bed went into the room to see 4manJ be was black pr white She left and hurried 19 the n ighbots to notify Mr Rue and the intruder FHera1d NERVOUS DYSPEPsIA f If YouHave R4 This Miona ji GurMteed by Hayclon WiItt I vra taken last A Jtust xitfc a 3q seyere stomach trouble The deleter saidXt was n rVuayspe tla I took his treatment four weeks but did Mt feel any better ItMk everjtkiaf I heard of The first day of Dac ber B gota box of M1CNA I teak them that afternoon and lay and havent had one tbtJ tietI f in my stdmach since the2 ember Eeet well ao ad sleet j goodMrs M Eo MaxI e F Df Avoca N Y j MIONA relieves after alaacr Iif tress belching of gas fptl breath beartbafniand all tawacktpwjbe I lnuiesifiye J v It is guaranteed to peraaeatly r cure indigestioB acute or cWaaic or any disease jthe stomach or AfMtt s4 back MIONA tock tUl yr sold by Hari4onk WWet aMW t leading dragg tt ev rywkert atjiftc large box J 1fV fJJ f fI will bioertay1AiIJ4 I P caw J 9Ij Ji T cLiTBfNfWSlIAOfRl 4 i KYIPRJH GFIELD i4 FOBUSHBDKVBKY THURSDAY J KILIrte JOSEPH POLIN i Editors and Publishers Lv THURSDAY APR 13 1911 We are authorized to announce JOHN A POLIN Jt a a candidate for Representative in dr the lower house of the Kentucky Leg Mature from Washington county J Jt subject to the action of the Democratic l party iJ 1 L The official census of 1910 gives t the number of inhabitants in 1Spring6eldf as 1829 This is inI deed disappointing not that we t feel that the city has not done itspart in growing but quite trie contrary We believe the last ten years have been the mos prosperous decade in her histOry Business has been bet ter and people have come herej I from outside towns We believe that we are correct when we say4 i that the official figures are about 400 short The corporate limits of the city comprise a large area and there are a large l number of houses occupied and for the most part by large fami l lies Had the census been taken a few years ago when there were so many houses vacant ip the 4cily1 then the figures might have pounded more reasonable but under conditions that existed in 1910 we think the figures tce1 f short A special from Lexington saysI The Hen WF Klair who for six consecutive terms has been the Representative in the Legis f lature from this city I tndisone of the best known and most acI tive Democratic leaders in cen tral Kentucky has authorized the formal announcement that he waS a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from this the second railroad commiesionerdisr trict and stated that he would ai campaignJfor the honor I Congressman Ollie James fired r his opening gun in his campaign for United States Senatorat Nfcholasville Monday He said t bathjs opponent Senator T itHo Paynter was retrogressie and not progressive He severe 4ly criticized him for his stand as a member of the Lorimer Inves F tigating Committee in voting and I using his efforts to help Lorimer retain hip seat and said that the many copies of Lorimer speech that have flooded the State ie cently have been sent to men whose names were taken from Senator Paynters mailing list He attacked Mr Paynters re cord as a congressman saying that he had not been regular in attendance upon the business of representImore of the time He charged him wjth disloyalty to his party saying that he had fakeu sHes with the Republicans on question of trusts That when he was i elected he was a Paynter painter RepublicaJ1eJ1 L c Hon Wm Adams opened his1 campaign at Niuholasvllle Mon day after Mr James had crnt eluded his speech He declared himself in favor of better schools and better pay for teachers also fora constitutionall revision off the tx llaws cf the State f I 4fj J Pension Agent AT Wood f has issued a statementdeclarirg himself In favor of the noimna t on of E F Frank for Governor by the Republican party He BCpretJ Judge O Rear and intm that he was opposed to the en forcement of the law against the night riders and said that when the night rider crusade was in- K I ntucky Franks did not loott over the back fence and say that you could not supPres fi Tii lessness with bayonets L 4I Mr R S Eubank candidate for the Democratic nomination J t for State Superintendent of Pub i lie Instruction was in town yes J terday shaking hands with the voters Mr Eubank is a man of wide experience in school affairs aait h l been editor of the Boa th- ieraIIrt icbdol Journal since 1906 ifcelrptedt hfrwill njfffhe oMee t ltyind fficiently ot ftf rt t iWjo ever stop and think WbiteRosei I tal Bert JofciB on ilower isguar i nte dtobe god Give them a trial If your grocer coes not Idl ore HillsboPo Mr Jim Sutton fand family spent Sundawith tha fatnily of Mr Colemaa Sellisrat tbmptll r Mr John Crow and family attended meeting at Rockbridge Sunday morning Mr Sabe Coulter and family spent from Friday until Sunday with liar father Mr Jk Shield and family Mr John Armstrong and family sperit t last Thursday and Frif day with Mr and Mrs Erastus Perkins Mr Walter Hanby and Myrtle Armstrong attended meeting at Willisburg SundayJ Miss Molhe Shields spent last Sunday with Miss Myrtle Aim strong at this place Mrs John drow and litle daughter Zelma spent last Wednes day and Thursday with JMr Pence Scott and family gear Polin Mrs Sabe Counter and family Ed Hanby arid wife djned Sunday at the home of Mrs Nancy Scott 1 Miss Myrtle Armstrong and Mr Ed Hanby were in Springfield Saturday shoppingt Mr Erastus Shields and Sabe Coulter were in W51UsburgSat rdav at court e Mr Robert Armstrong ofnear Pairyiew spent Sunday night with his brother Mr John Atm strong of this place Mrs Erastus Perkins and Jam ily spent last Sunday with her father Mr John Armstrong 5 Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Monday withiher sister Mrs Ed Hanby Mr W C Dudgeon attended meeting at Mackville Sunday and dined at the home of Mr T W Sutherland and wife near here Mooresville MISS Willa Smith is spending this week with Miss Hattie Mudd of FredeHcktownMr H Whiteman spent Saturday and Sunday with Henry Wbiteman and family of Pleasant Grovett Mrs Otis Settle has opened a millinery store ai this place and will be glad to see her friends Mr Bark Shehan wifeand baby were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dudley Shehan of Lit sey Sunday Miss Mary Williams has re turned home after a visitwith her relatives near Chaplin Miss Mary Yancey is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Lucy- Saleof Polin Mr and Mrs W B WalJ and little son J W spent Sunday with S B eager and wife of Willisburg MrsrB T Wirgin of Maud was the weekend guestof her parents Mr P A Lyddaneand wife Rev Chas Hamilton filled his regular appointment at large Hope crowd Sunday There NewI Mr and Mrs Dock Bishop spent several days last week with relatives near Simmstown Miss Hazel Gngaby entertained the young folks at a birthday party Saturday night Pulliam A this place has not been represented in the columns of the NewsLeader for some time 1l will endeavor to let the world know what is taKing place ioour section of the countv Miss Stella Perkins is spend ing a few days with hVr uncle Mr and Mrs Hurry Jhesser spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr Miles Hardirr and family Messrs Earnest Shewmajker and Oscar Case made a flyVg triprto Fairfieid Sunday Mr George Berdricjf was the tguest of the family of George Dean Sunday Mr aridI Mrs Creath Dean spent Sunday night witb her parents Mr and Mrs Mark Shewmaker Miss Qpha Shewmaker spent Sunday with her sister 1rsl Dean V I f Cricket 4 Ask your Live Stock Inspec tor about Minors Fluid An approved dip that will cure aud prEvept scab antI kill i ksand lice AVHaydon SjRpert3Qus To pofl1claIinspeittTiyour- beepnust be dipped in nap MhIOrtSFuidIb Begonas Tuberos aVvGladioir Csdizplaptan1anciy lea l- limel el all kf ndp etc itit IEaster Services0 1asrSundayi was fittingly celebrated inSall the churches bil year THe dYwas ideall and large crowds were in attendance at alL the churches At St Rose a solemn high mass was sung at 8 oclock by Rev Father Hasenfus Father Ennis and Kennedy were deacon and Bubdeacou respectively The music rendered by the choir un der the direction of Mrs Effie Robertson Was beautifull and suitable to the occasion Each meinber seemedat his best and muchIeloquent style Easter Sermon It was a very scholarly discourse on the Vic tory of Christs Resurrection Tue ladies of the parish had taken great pains in decorating the church and its brjlliant ap pearan e on Easter Morn was a sufficient reward for their efforts At St Dominics high mass was sung by lather Hannessy and spacia1 music was rendered by the choir under the direction of Mrs Jodie Spaldipg Services appropriate to tbo occasion were held In all the Protestant churckes of the city and Easter sermons were delivered by the paotors Notice Sealedl bids will be received up and unbil next Thursday April 20th I9il for the tearing down and removing and disposing of the materials in old jjail rest dence FOE further informatjon cill on T S Mayes or Robert Noe r in on in or we to 2 lx f ro lasts lwelded very PUMPS AND tan Oxfords on lasts Extra good values in at a voile checks value price t 48inches good beds regular value round thread arid 72x90 New people tbis will lear that A Miller who the last eigh signed to a at Mr Miller and his family made many while here and the people of gret then Miller a the best of care of the s tomer any favors ithin Mr T rof has o the of manager this place a young comes well A rake fact hat no sleep town but ttie wide awako and active time the ments that no i beine mad court ouse addsraa to tlie school house hits just been and thjre just a large on the of the stable addition this quite a u parts the iness lines Brisk and prose iarijjlft The most Iladies hats t Mail rders promptly and carefully filled with best values stack and orders o5 more pay wardin charg points within miles 0 BRAID all new bluel brown jblack and White 1O and i in velvet bands d scarfs regular values I sale at BLACK HAIR1 the gapes large actual value Ofiron sale at HATS and 1KB I trimmed in ribbons straw etc 1I I BUCK BUTTON BOOTS madeon splendid with han soles pop OXFORDS patent and dull leather dull patedt and suede pumds new goodfitting our line 1 with welt l ver 19c I J loop tops toe a few tetail we them 4 pairs 75c pair i AND ED on we offer very of and sheer This m to comes in 35c sate per yavd5 e wide a I for conformation dress Is1 and at one of 114 full size for A on t 1 at 1 BLEACHED if Arm rside W e d ed DIe cl1ed linen sizes IhcheVaria seams rid are the best popularpriced Manager of community to Mr J for managerIIEminence Ky Jipringneld re to Mr was popular companys and wiljing er T Eminence assigned position at He is man ana recommended oneIthe t is jug on contrary is all tht judging by are The new terialjy pit did completed is nov construction storehouse site old In to ofbandsome residences are ing in of in all the cts for are exclusive of childrens al Wathen Shaders 4iHiwwI1 the ail for s 200 Louisvilles Greate- stDepartment Store Popular Priced Millineryi J In including tanj00 values onsaleat 75fPANAMA tAILORS on ndI In all I ariflsmall TRIMMED In ornaments 3 inbackI i 198iWomens Spring Shoes 50Per 300 a j P BENCHMA DE Oxfords t nd button sty le in buck black and gray patentsdullThese are models at all styles5OO WHITE CANVAS BOOT w It solps 1 I Womens Hosiery j WOMENS BLACK GAUZE LISLE SEAMLESS STOCKINGS double garter tops and heavy spliced Ifogfc sole and toe stamsed Lewis Tear actual value O elSIZES WOMENS EXTRA FINE lILAC SILK LISLE THREAD HOSE with and heavy nf enforced double I 35actualSMALL WOMENS HERMSDORF BUACK LISLE THREAD HOSE with double in sizes JUS and eIIinches These stockings always for 35c as loisthey one will sell for jL 1 Q I WASH G00j S I WOVEN EMBROIDER TISSUES Friday choice line woven embroidered tissues fabric similar and pretty and stripes REgular 29 FRENCH LAWN full II beautiful plain white French material suitable graduating nndIitomorrow QUC 111 S BEDSPREADS lot Crochet Bedspreads I double patterns and 198 CQa- aie SHEETS the 1 amquil Sheets finish actual 76x90 inches These have patented ridgeless sKeetabn the market Size 7-6x90h55cenc The regret positioi friends lose manager taking interests togiec blippow Austin been Wide with improve ceoA splan under erected livery numb hI erected different city EllS ems indeed citys growth style and purchases shades regular 400 Trimmed I HATS new 200 Panamas quills WHITE pumps white priced button styles Priced 00II garter SIZES Hemmed MerslPilleS GOODS exclusive SMALL WHITE VOIRES full 27 inches andImostIcolI0Ie PRINTED LA VNS about 200 pieces fassort ed lawns in exec lent choiceorII summer styles worth lOcper yard n sale at i 111LINBN ji1 I i BLEACHED CRASH full inch wide bleached Irish union linen excellent for kitchen or rojler towels andwefl worth lOc 8atc+ BATH TOTALS large full bleached urIrisli Bath Towels heavy weight aildouble twisted yards a standard value at 20c 171lperdozenencfl 2C 4s4sw41i4 SharpavnJe Mr B Graham was m Ear roqsburg Thursday Mrs Ernest Poulter returned to tier home near Bloorqtield Saturday after spending the week with relatives here Mr Charles Gibson of Card well was in town Thursday his mission developed in a horse trade with Mr Crouch1 Bill Brains attended aweddiog the other day and gave strict attention to the ceremooy until the humble old minister said marriage was a sacred nstitu tion Righf there we dissolved t1cpuld not see why marriage was sacred when it consisted of two people taking out license to quart el and fight Mr J F Bouen who has been in Lexington during the past Week returned to his hQme on the Kirkland road Saturday Mr Dennis Simpson and wife of Cardwejl spent Thursday with relatives here Mr and Mra George Robin sou of Moor sville are spending a few days with G W Bcwen and family D nt worry Miss Butterfly you will find meout later as I am going to treat every correspon dent to a rutabaga Mr Ed Crouch of the Rock bridge community was in our midst Friday Lookiut for GrassHopper and his best girl in that new cabrio let Why dont you know they will shine like Castor and Pollux I think if the Antioch corres pondent in Classing Billas a little shrimp would devote more time tothe study of authrcpolo jgy and not so much to ooth zoology and etomology J ou could certainly from the both see the difference in your compari son F Mitchell of Cincinnati is spending a few days at thejiome of W H and Mrs Willham- R C Bryant and his mother uill leave Saturday for Bloomington where they will spnda few days with relatives The spring days have Come at last and our famous jockey J H RbinsoniS on the firing line with a few good loss s Politics and matrimony seem to be the rage in Sharpiville Gee whiz the thoughts of both make Bills temperature stand two hundred in the shade D A Mr Hardin from Antioch came over to Sharpsville Fri dry trying to investigate the particulars connected i with his SODS elopnrjnt Sunday night witha fair little maid of that community But the man was up against it aLd he should havfe realized the fact When a young hid of fifteen becomes intoxicated marriage is like a game of cards to him It does not make any difference what kind of a hand he draws he will stay in the game Mr J A Kyler of Cardwell was here Friday on business Mrs G Wand J F Bower were in Vanarsdall Saturday Bill Brains has made a consid erable change in his habilament Watch in the NEWSLEADER each week arid you will probably see his photo Mr George Kvler of Willis burg came over Friday and he spent the day with his sister Mrs Taylor Long Mr J P Robinson has purchased a large amount of wool throughout the Cud eU neigh borhood and isis been busy for the pist few days delivering sacks Also Mr Jim F Bowcn is interested in the woolsack business in the Seaville corn inun Ity The question for debate with Judge Prewitt who has just en tered into the milling business is not a question of dollars und cents But it is If it Continues Wet where will tire next turn qome from But oil you Judge dontwoiry Hewho knoweth all things will no doubt supply you abundantly You may think the outburst of Everett True is something awful But be an the lookout for the outburst of Bill Brains Notice All peroohs having claims against the estate of E R May fiefd deceased will present same to me properly proven on or be tore May 1st 1011 JW WlLLETT- Admr of E R Mayfield dqcd k Cures Scab 03 with au approved dip Minors bluld is an appro ed dip Sold o Uayd n Robartson lp cSJ ILouisI IMissI Tuesday Mrs Nathan Busby ofPhila elphia Pa will arrive Sunday for a visit to Mrs R H McElroy add Mrs I HThurman ofLaunt Mrs W E Leachman Miss Margie Thompson of Highland Park is tho guest of Mrs R H Noe Mrs Bettie Graham is Visiting Mrs Pralliat Henvilryle Ind Miss Annie McElroy wilt visit Miss Nan Dabone in Lebanon next week week Mr and Mra Hugh McElroy of Kansas City Mo are visiting relatives at iStphtce Mr W J Stem who has beenf employed as Inanager of the Springfield Tobacco Warehouse left Tuesday morning fey his home at Darling S C Mr J J McCabe is spending a few days in Louisville Dr Reasor cf qeoig town Ky has accepted a positionwith Haydon Robertson Mr J CharlesiGreen is spend ing a Ie days in Bardstown Mr Jack Lecompte has return ed to his home after spending the winter here as assistant bookkeeper at the Planters House Mr Tandy Quisenberry Man ager of the Planers Warehouse LouisIville Monday Mr and Mrs Robert JJ Bo hannaqspent theE ister holidays in Louisville Miss Jennie Cake dolpheI of Chaplin is yisitiog her sister Mrs Fred Grigsbyi Hon W F Frigsby is in Lexington tod sy of legal business Miss Carrie Edelen spent Sun day and Monday in Louisville the guest of her friends Miss Nannie Tonge is visiting relatives at Bardstown Mrs W H MCawley is visit ing relatives in Louisville Miss Isabel Medleyhas returned to school atf Nazateth after spending Easter with her sister Mrs W H McCawleyV Miss Elizibefh Wathen of Bardstown Junction is visiting her aunt Mrs C N Cooper Rev P F Hennessy has re turned from a two weeks isit to relatives at Baltimore Mr Leo Hayden who has been at flendersonyille N CM for the past two months returned home last Friday much improved in health I Mr H D Stiles of Bardstown was here Monday x Messrs S M Campbell und B B Leachman were in DanvilL Monday Mr C A Green was at Shep herdsville Monday on business 1MiasMary Lampton tBS re turned bome from Hazard Kyri wher she has been teaching school Mrs Qlarence Gorden and little daughter visited relatives at Harrodsburg last week Mr and Mrs Will Russell and Miss Bessie Campbell attended the Campbell Stallard wedding iu Louisville yesterday Mrs Mary E Arnqld is visil ing relatives iii Boyle countv Mrs J R Claybrooke and Mrs Mary C Ragsdale were in Louisville Tuesday Mr Wallace Brown of the Bardstowu S a dard was hero yesterday Mr SHas Loj sdon is seriously ill at his home Mr W A Wdters Jr has re turned from Oklahoma IIMr Frank Yankey iis ilat his home rear town SMiss Gladys Walker has re turned to St Catharines after spending the Easter hoidays with her parents Mr aut Mrs J H Walker rlMagistrates Court Saturday Wts the regular term of Esquire Ninirod Hendreiis Goort There were several cases on the docket hutfcll except one were c tnt1nuc4or dismissed settled in the case of S Ilob insrivsRtLberf Snyder Here was a hot contest The case re suited in a hung Jury but the par ts afterwards settled tl ell qontroversv themaelves- E quires Hendren and Hayes and attorneys Mae and Polin mere in attendaiicj J i or II aiDII1ightnig PropirtfIj J 1 a your house and property by Using I I I 1ILighllg od 1 I property is immune when properly Io t a fromlightningI I f CM and let us toyouIiv It 1I SJ i1tz C1 ar 11 7 IIIeJ L KNOB RTiiMIIPlease Rend and Think it Over IV ii tiiif ED LIGHT No 2272 rt in VoLVI ASHB A 800DamDESCI iPTioN Red Sorrel stripe in face two short stockings 15 34 han s weight 1100 very sm6 the head and neck like a geld ings N t a blemistf not a weak spot about himf seven yearq old Has been ihown in harness rings roadster5 rings five gaited saddle rings con bihed rings double team rings and was shown when a J three yea old for best Ilic1q and three jlf his colts get of that year and he only three colts andhewo that In 1910 he made LmV first show at 1 ardin county fair and lost He won first every showheImade the remainder of the show season jhcludmg the Pembroke Horse Sh iw Ky Sfdte Fair and Terin StateFair He made his last show at t le Horse Show al Clarksville Tenn and won firat in the 200 ham 33 stake for stallions m sand geldings With sixteenihorses in Bering He is breeding very strong sifter himself About threefola Lbs of his colts are sorrels and good gaited I have a two yearold orrelstud by him that I think v thout a doubt is the bestjprospect m Kentucky much better than his sire at the eamiage Here you have a chance to breed to a horse that iis colored Hght bred righ breeds right gaited right and is right rand the price is- i right H s has proven himself tbei winnjng show horse in the bfeait company we have in Kentucky and Tennessee He will make theI season ofl9ll at Knob Greek Stock Farm LaRue county at r2Td1nsureaLiyirgCo1t lMare kept on stwe6Z pcrmoith If fed grain will be Charged for cost value I attend td this business myself 8o roper care will be taken but I will not be responsible should any dBmage occur S J THOMPSON Hodpenville R RJD No 3 AtbertonvjUtvKy Ir L 1 Giiw44wiI AWWIrWW Sired NobleDenmarkJKentucky j JI and and Missouri Champion Saddle Horse Thornton Star 2d darn by Art RosS he by Artist and out of a Mont Rose mare Noble Denmark iis a great bred saddle horse having tebrooa of the best saddle sires He is a chestnut IS hands 3 inches high a horse of good action bQthat rack and trot and strictly sound Last IyearWi b little lIgcdl training he proved lumself a successful show horse in good company As a Breeder his first seeson pf colts won first arid second ties atour last fair He and his cplts won the heW ring andihe won for finest stallion mare or gelding also othEr prem iums in ibis class Mfc Shropshire who trained Edna Mae Red McDonald and other noted show horses has hat noble Denmark in training the pastwinjter and says he is the best gaited Highland he ever saw also there was not a finer horse withinl 100 Lexington JostrB B es says he fa the best type for a IIDenmarf ted Stallion hp knows of Matt Cohen s4id 40 resiembl6d gaited very1 much like the champion saddle horse Star McDonadI jIasJtowners of gefod mares to study his breeding gaits his in dividqaljty and souadness nod compare him to any other horsesbfefore breeding elsewhere Your motto should be always breed to the best And you know who keeps the best for I have ownel the only Stallions in Washington county that have sired a premium colt for the lastten years Your past patronage has been appreciated and ak for a con tinuancd of same as I believe I am offering a stallion which has no superior in this or adjoining counties Noble Denmark will standl At 20 To Insure a Living Coltt i Monte Wood IJ I will l also stand the well known breeder Monte Wood alsov i known a the horse W S Gibbs had in the stud for several years H Allwhojtried him liked him I He was sired by Dashwood IbMonte Cjristo b9 and 1st dam by Mark Diamond 49 Monte Woods ffirst dam by Edwin Fotrest He is a dark bay 15 hands 3 inhigh a horse with plenty of bone and substance and now has a number of good mares and geldings in Washington county Season feolO iI will 8tand iuy tWo mule Jacks at 10 to insure a living colt Mares bred to this jstdck traded off or bred to other stock season m neyis due Mares pastured at 200 per month B B LEACHMAN Springfield Ky iSlbW- t = J L tj EViEHV BUSINESS MaN Hqj the importances of conducting all business details bY both llocal and long disunce It economy in saving rRcognizesan1loney Unexcelled telephone sbrvicocahJbe had Cumberland Telephonel and telcpaph Com distance conneciions tp all important points In the UnitedStates rates teasonabe eervice the bcst cuMI3ERLANDrBwPIIoNETELE3aAPa OMPANY IL1or1orted i WE DANIEL lYn rTCEAI A ALI v AJ4IOSt i tf NtIci L i I t iL7w0n G 1 BURTON liKSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED rIbIiPAIN txffaganBIockataha SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly First clas DR J V MUDD- z Physician ind Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am 1 to 2 pm Oft oisrar Hsydbnd Drug f tcr r tltampton M D N Office in Opera House qoruccPhoneNo Residence No 38 W FGRIGSBYI ATTORNEY AT LAW offlce Over People Bank fr SPRINGFIELD KY Dr M W HYATT Officer over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 108Q im to 12 m 4 t05 pm PNYY WAVES flllflfti uiHtCTOB i AND UCEHSEDEMBJILHEB TELEtHONE- OAY19NIGHT74 SPRINGFIELD KI t r hRyF TRUSTY 3I r Y PRACTICAL DENTISTo Officel over Haydon Barber i Cental work atreasonable prices A 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY 1 Railroad Schedule jj Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bard lown and Springfield brAnch rdilroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p mi Bardstown Junction 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 pm arrives at Springfield 055 p m jJtfb 42 Leaves Springfield at 6dba m Bardstown 845 a in Bardotown Junction 780 a m t arives at Louisville 82Q a m No48Leaves Louisville at 720 am Bardstown Junction 855a m Bards own 1005 am arrives at SpringUeid 1140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield at 100 p m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p n i1 inFlit1EalldSliae Trees Strawberry Plants Asparagus l3ackberis Rap berrriest Roc1R ubard ero- WJritek for fiea caial goe We f J iI4ttEflS I H P llhJ16i1ieSe e SOn i LaxipioiiKy j Auctlonccrc Hourgtac An auctioneer cf tuls city collects all torts of objects pertaining to his ancient calling He has among other tElngtf an lijtercfctlng set of auction e rs hour glasses The Auctioneer of a century or so agbxenjied a sale not by sayIngOo IihgTgolng gone and rapping the counter with his hammer but It was his better method to turn up a free running glass toward the end of the bidding and to end the sale Irrevo cably when the ssndB ran out This saved fon fusion and dispute c Theauctioneers glasses in the Phil adelphia collection are picturesque One of tortoise shell and mother of pearL Another is of anTher and gild AlMrdls of teak and ivoryPbIla delohla Bullfltia I 4 f When Piety IhVthe palene3fas the tp kiw Jla penalty f for4ooiclng too healthy Ruddness ot cpmple xI oa was a crime when a gaunt ylsnge w aa regarded as an outwardl EfgnofJfasctliy Doctor Echard wri nci the early eighteenth century jrernarks Then It was they would c Jrriet a round face man go to iteavejj It he had but a little blood In tjscheeks his condition was account ed dangerous and I will assure oyr a voitonistr roan of sanguine c Ion ither chanced to come qmptexI llrial zealots house might be InI liieEtocks only for looking fresh on a frcsty ratornlfj Few of the January faces to be seen Ju a London street tteftsrec would run any risk ot draw pi Jljiaueu JOHNSON CHAIRMAN House District Compiittee of the Present Congress HIS CAREER AND PERSONALITY A Successful Politician He Has Been Speaker of the Kentucky House and Was Elected to the State Senate to Insure an Additional I Vote For Blackburn BY WALLACE BROWN Editor of this Kentucky Standard Bardstown Ky Reprinted from tie Washington D C Herald Bon Johnson representative in con gross from the Fourth Kentucky dis trict who Js tjo be appointed xfiaairihan of the committee oa the District of Columbia in the next congress has an unusually interesting history The ac tivities of hl life have been varied PoilUcs has received much attention business has occupied a pronuneet plaice bds friends have never Teen neg lected and regardless of the great demands upon his time and energies he Is the most domestic of men and spends a gtJodly portion of Ms hours with his family In 1858 he was born at the Johnson homestead form rly owned by his father the late Gov William Johnson end now owned by the present con gressman The residence of the John sons is one of toe meat homelike hi Kentucky modest jet handsome In Its rustic simplicity located one mile from Bardstown on the Louisville ipike and surrounded by a variety of large shade trees It was erected bj JOHNSON the Kentucky tho late Gov Johnson and is situated at a bend the pike and facing the main street of Bardstown The routh porch gives by the aid of a glass a perfect view of Main street and the courthouse one and onehalf miles dis tant The statesman of today developed sterling business qualities when young It Is related that woien a very young man hfis father thought the son was not sufficiently inclined to business pursuits end so expressed himself whereupon the young man presented several 1000 government bonds as the evidence of his business thrift A characteristic of the man Is the total absence of Idleness from boyhood He Js tOO second son cf William Johnson end Nancy Crew Johnson MId his sec ond daughter a very charming young lady bears the name of her grand mother Studied Law to Oblige His Father Gov William Johnson father of Con gressman Johnson was a profound and able lawyer and he was ambitious for his son Ben to apply himself to tho practice of the law The miter therefore In his early years became a mem bolt of tie Bardstown bar However histaste was not Inclined to the prac tire and in 1S85 he turned his atten tion to politics He entered the field against Hon Ludwell McKay a Very popular man and a descendant of one of the best Kentucky families jvlip was an announced candidate for rep resontatlve of Nelson county Mr Johnsons most ardent friends predict ed the defeat of the young aspiranttyet he was nominated and elected on the Democratic ticket by decisive ma jorities In 1886 he was married to Miss An clei Kouwenbergh of Bowling Green See what Mr W T Chilton Secy Kv Sheep Breeders Asso ciation savs about Minors Fluid as a dip In free booklet at our store flaydon Robertson Midnight in the Ozarks ofCJayCltyHe was nth mountains ontbe advice of five doctors who salj he had con sumptton but fonnd no help in the eilmate and started home Hearing of Dr Kings New Discovery he be gan to use itIt believe it saved my life he Writes for it made a new man out of ms 00 that I can now do good work again For all lung tlis eases coughs colds lagrippa asthma cryup whooping coUghs hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known remedy Price 500 and 1 00 Trill bottle free Guaranteed by Laydon Robertson Ky daughter of the W p KoHl wenjbergCi 1I mm II o ia u n a vey by cue ttie lc softhelr orlr pon Ben Jchaicn Jr JxMns Ihv only cloud to dint the brightness of their wedded Msrtory Tim three dnush s Mrs J D Tslbott and Misses Nancy and Hondy Johnson are tho pride of the Johnson home and are adored by Mr and Mrs Jc4uison SaY erai months ago C jnsrevnan John son became a grandffttier and today the little grandson Master Talbott shares tho time of tile busy COng man Mrs Jobnson Jeja talented worn an her chief forte being music She Is state regent of the Daughters ofthe American Devolution In Kentucky Speaker of the Kentucky HoUse Being reelected representative of etson county In 1SS7 Mr Johnson was elected speaker of the Kentucky house of represen1 stiyeSi There were several irospective arid announced can didates for speaker yet no other name 16 placed In nomination tcr tiC hen or At the time of Mr Johnsons elec lion to the speakerShip Interesting Incident occurred Judge Reed of Pa dcah who is now making the race for the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky was a member of ho Kentucky house of representatives and an admiring friend arising to place his name in nomination for speak er concluded a most eloquent address ft considerable lengh by withdrawing thenlIectediDuring his second term of pfflce his father died and he did not seek re election but opened the law office mad vacant by his fathers death and soon estabMdhied a lucrative practice Established a Stud Farm StiJl the practice or law wss too tame for him and never to Iris liking He was made muster In chancery by Judge W E RusseJ but soon resigned the position SKKily thereafter he withdrew from the active practice ot the law and purchased a string of standard and thoroughbred horsesnrftde HON BEN Representative in Congress From Fourth District In i an mile track on his farmand In genuine Kentucky fashion applied himself to the tcaining of trotting and racehorses For several years he was en thusiastically engaged in the breeding ll1tyears and many subsequent years he was president of the Xeson County Agricultural association and Ow asso elation was prosperous under his ad mlnlstraitlon Yet his love for his horse was not sufficient to restniin him from the poltical arena and 1892 he sought and obtained the po InI lion of collector ofiliiternal for the Fifth district of Kentucky be- Ing appointed by President Cle cCund and defeating a nunser of able appl capls in the coMest In his contest for the coUIectorsfcip former Senator Joe C S Blackburn made a valiant fight for iris appointment and true to toIravorinoted for the many reforms and wasI busintssMke administration of the fairS of that office Upon his ment ihe was presented with a fettrIservice valued at several lars as an evidence of the high es teem In which he was held by the ford under him An Excellent Business Man peopleslIlkton years The success of the Instlto tlon under his guidance was most re markable as has been every busineSs enterprise with wlWch be has been connected Let me recite one instance of life forsigiitedneas and sound judg snout in business affairs Over twenty five yeSrs ago he purchased soveral 1Springfinelmay propel ty tnd paying for tbis advert senient Apply at this office CarricoSmithMr and Miss Abbie Carrico were married at St Rose Tuosday morning at 1180 Mr Smith is a soil of U M Smith and is an tindustrioas young firmer wliile his bride is a daughter of Mr Joe Garrico and a popular young lady with many friends The friends of the young peo ple wish them much happinessJ f IDont fail to see the llatest things Sailors and sailor scarfs at Wathen Shaders L r b cyrrrfr l rttIus Iu u c thtdt l cents pz- t l z tj n ncolf r r l j jictx td i ijca r c6Inzfrm 10 to 15 pet acre Whltihihe decQlned In business be Is ent 0rlalng and Js not afraid to apend Ms money About twelve yearn ago Bards town the town of his nativity toj grown old and dingy In appearance TIle Wsl ness houses had grown old Many of thorn were frame and sadly In need of psdnt The streets were poorJy light L and it was very evi ent that the toe a was not abreast of rpoderii pro gicclveaess Just at tlJs time Mr Johnsun startled many or his friends by paying seejoJ iihcusaj 4 doJlars fqr some old rusty frame stx ire buildings located on the north the court house square on sdtEo etroet of tho tOwn Wilret he od build Igns down and gave the latertal away or sold It for kIndUng many of fcls friends feared he would o Into bank ruptoj so rash did their retard his innovation upon the customs of the ooonmiunlty However this man ol business was not daw too by hIs friends forebodings He knew that the Dlume of trade was kood and that the removing of tile toMKates from the main thoroughfares of ittye county and other chxses in i usln4sa canaittonsi woidd ultimately increase the oonij taerce of the town So ylth a pride in his undertaking he erected a handsome threestory brick building The first floor was Immediately and ihasj been continuously rentec at remuneraj tlve prices to prosperota firms The second floor Is filled with ofBces and the city boll white the ijfiird floor has been occupied for rooiiln ipurposes and by fratornal orders The Investment proved to bean excellent one and opened the eyC3the business men Their fears turnel Into progres filveness and soon erery business house in Bardstown was torn down and rebuilt or was itjmodeled and made np to date as thd result of the buslae judgment and enterprise al one man Upon his retirement from the colt lectorshlp Mr Johnson derided tore tire permanently from x tic and to engage in business pursuits and spend his time with his familj He had been Importuned by many ol Ws friends to make the race for oorioosootIde dined to do eb It so ppened how ever that Mr Blackbun was to have opposition for United States senator He had gone his full leigth In helping to land the collectorslhrt for Ben John son MId appealed to the latter for help The cull was heeded a id to repay the vallaut services or a loal and faithful friend Mr Johnson became a candl date for state senator In the Thirty eMh dtetuict coinpons of the COJn ties of Nelson Spender and Shelby and was nomdnated ord elected with out opposition He vc for his oM friend Blackburn for senator and la bored unceasingly for nls reelection although his devotion was In vain the forces of the claw admJnItratji could pot be oercome How He Came to Congress Two years after hal elootlon to the state senate Hon 11 H Smith vlo served with dlstlactlon for several terms as congressmlin of the Fourth Kentucky dlstrlo dsoIded to refte fioim the iruiolh3 of political life to tie PtMlsurcs of bUlp and leisurel pursuits Pressuie was then brought to bear upon Mr Joljnson by friends throus tout the dls ritt to accept the nomination He consented and was noTiiiiated without apposition being eeoted over his Republican opponent by the largest majority ever given any crndidaie since the c vil war with the fxocntlon of tfus ma orH given Mr Johnson in hid last race for the scone office in November 191 when be carried every county In the district wvcral of wihioh are normally Repuli HemIIt is not generally known that Mr Johnson Is an old ne vsjjaper man and has had many year experieco as a publisher He wee editor In cbef of ibo Neison County Recordk which In pnlmy days was one of the best weekly newsipapers n Kentucky In 908 he was tJlpol ted ch lFmnn of the State Democratic campaign con mittee in Kentucky and under his su jperb marcremmt a jlepublican major iRy of 18000 In 190 disappeared and the state was carrhd for Che Domo cratic fcjcket by lundsomo majority The party throughou the state was ganized by voting irfeclncts and nmer had a more thoarouh organization Admired By Poll cat Opponents TWe positive charcterand sterlingt qUalities of tho nwni have been resi cn siblforJiIs political and business sue ceases To know Jen Johnson Is to respect and admire Mm lie Is bravo jjs a lion fearless lip he presence of a fro and generous y loyal to 1I1af friends As a boy lo was a leader of his youthful friends and his positive ersyhLemalntalned p0liticalih fw men hi can tike part In s91himsolfi t J of his friends w4thozt losing their sup port and confldonet4 In polities he Is an uncompromising Democrat at all times and on nil occasions yet ron poll more Republic n votes in a polit ical contest than any other Democratt in tho Fourth con jreaslonal district d1sregoardlogtbwill case their votes for him It Is frequently asked wJience Is the source of this hold upon tije people of his dls trlct The only atawer is ttjat he Is ways tho plain able fearless loyal tmtIringBenliisppople and nyiny times tins loaned money to the poor and needy without Quarterly Court Quarterly Court has been go ing on this wgiik dtid contrary to the usual run of business of the court it ju taking several days and looks more like a Circuit Court thai a Quarterly Court K There have been several hotly contested caseir and every law yer of tfjis bar aas been engaged at tnis term I F0UNDOn the HreetJ ol Springfield pair 6f black prayer beads Owner nay havo same by proyiiig property and paving for tfi s adveiiisementt Apply atHhisiffice j I The best t iing shown in our line of millinery at Wathin Shadei 1 J tui a tote tvLang to their hcnor to vtt lc ci lotion end raaey ha fo lest S gratitude usually prompts re payment of the money Charity has never been withheld by him from any wortihy person of object within his flnonchiil ability In isis donations to churches he is always liberal and nev discrlroinatlns giving woerever good CaDbe done and hla donations have no political strlpgs on them asi he has always given gencsously wheth er in politics or out of It Never Touched Liquor 3ilT Johnson is never narrow upon question of personal privilege In so far oa others are concerned yet he Is tho mOst temperate of men being a total abstainer It iis well known by tOO peo pie of lila county that not a single drop passOOhishas voted for local option In botih die trict find county every time an opportunity has been presented and has al ways made liberal contributions to the local option canrpaign funds When In the Kentucky state senate he work ed untiringly and voted for the county unit local option law which has eeztabllshod local option In a majority of the counties in Kentucky and ctmcn planed and voted for local option measures at all times and on all oc cantons Unlike many politicians he has never dodged on the temperance question but stands for practical tem1 per uoe s nd he thas never in any way directly or indirectly been engaged or Interested in either the manufacture or sale of any intoxicating liquors Since he has been In congress Mr Johnson has obtained several Important appropriations for Wa district cluding 70000 tor a public building arid site ait Bardstown and a large additional appropriation for the same purpose at Lebanon When his constituents write hhn on business matters he attends to their business promptly and in a businesslike manner and It results can be obtained toe gets them for the people of his district TO RECIPROCITYt League Has Begun rotectlvtTarin The American Protective Thrift League has begun a now campaign- against the enactment of the reciproc ity agreement It has kftout hundreds of thousands of post cords ac companied by the following request Please cooperate and help defeat Canadian reciprocity Herewith find post carda wif lob please sign and mat to every representative and United States senator from your state at Washington P 0 Additional post cards win be forwarded on application The post oud bears a copy of the resolutions adopted by the Tariff League In opposition to reciprocity on the ground ttoaf it is a gross violation of the Jolcy of protection and will be especially injurious to the Tanners ARRANGE FOR MISSIONARY MEET Carlisle ArrtsgementB ore begin theIWoman Board ofIMissions Young Womans Missionary Circles and Btba Softools of the Christian churches the Eighth Kentucky district atI will asseiplble here May 17 18 and 19 The distrlot is composed of Bath Bout hon Montgomery Clark Harrison Nicholas and nearly countlea THREE NEW BRIDGES Lebanon The fiscal court of MaI non county has let contracts for the erection of three modern steel and iron road bridges Two of these are tube bult on the road lending to Bradfords yule and the other one across Prath arts creek a mile wet of Rayrwlck The most Important bridge to be con structed is the one that will span South Fork near BradfordsTille ItI will cost 5200- CARNEGIE f WILL HELP Georgetown That Andrew Gas negie tihe stel king does not limit his benefactions to libraries alone has Just been proved when after an appeal by the members of the MeUtoulst church he wrote that ho would donate half of the expense of an organ If the men ori1600 Parte Bourbon county camps ol the Modern Woodmen of America ae looted U A Soper of the Little Rock camp and John A Rice of the Paris camp as delegate and alternate respectively to the state convention of Woodmen to be held at Bowling GrelCnrlll Iay 5 BIG BARN BURNED AmandavMle News comes of the burning ola double crib containing over two hundred barrels of corn own edbY R F Rowe The general bellef U Jlhat it was of Incendiary origin LUCKY KANSAS CITY Kansas City This city and July 10 were selected by the Aero club governors as the place and time for the na tional balloon race This makes that city the starting point for both the national and International races If the American team wins this years International contest It will be the third successive victory and make the cup the permanent property of America The International race will begin on October 9 IentuckyBelle pils of the Mackvillo High SchoOl Saturday night April 2g at the school building Admis sion l6 cens All are Invited Horse Breaking We have begun the breaking of horses and our headquarters are at the Fair Grounds We will breakyour horse to ride or drive at the extremely low price of 15 50 per month Especial care taken to accustom horses to trains and automobiles BOB and TOM RAY 1fhe laMed of the Presbyterian Church held their annual Easier Sale at the Cour House on last Saturday They realized about so 4 Died tt wiiiiT = aCtWilfisiurg llth following a lin erin ness of a complication of APrUj farmerI Deceased wasa widelyli The funeral servicws coij dflcted at Willsburg on the day following his death1 by Rev J A Sims and interment was in the cemetery at that place Trie pall bearers were four sons and two sons in law Deceased was raised in Scott beOinningfJof the Mexican War he enlisted MIclaybravery under that warrior Ko distinguishe4 were his services thatIns of Scott couotv presented him with a magnificent sword The sword ifs now in tha possession of MrBNicho son He was1 the father of 18 children and had 60 grandchildren and 16 gret grandchildren Campbens lara Miss Myrtle Campbell and Dr W V Stallard were united in marriage at Louisville yesterday afternoon in tne presence of a few friends The bride iis a daughter of the late Mr F M Campbelland is a beautiful and- accomplisned young lady Tie groom is quite well limo vii here where he practiced his profession until a few months ago The left immediately for a bridal trip to Chicago Ill Miss Margie Graham asisted by several of the young ladies and gentlemen or the town will present a plav at the Opera House in a short time Married at Hrrodsburg Miss Flora Veatoh ihe attrac tlVifi daughter of Mr an Mrs R E Veatch who the on the Danville pike a few miles east of Lebanon and Eugene Campbell- a young farmer of tbis county were united in marriage at Har rodsbutg Wednesday by Rev J W Campbell an uncleof iho groom The groom is tne sn OfI G N Campbell of the neighborhood and both he and the bride are well known in the sections where they resi eIMlbemiIMis Sudie Milbern died at htr home near Texas last Friday after a protracted illness of consumption Mrs Milbern was a daughter of Mr G T Kimberj IinacdwasbOrniri this county about 50 years ago When a young woman she was united in marriage to ir W EL Milbern who with eight children survives Mrs Milbern was an Ideal l Christian women possessing in a high degree all those qualities which make LouIe womanhood Funpral services andbjuriai were conducted at Bethlehem Satur day by Rev alcQettI Litsey Mrs B LLUsey and Miss Mary Logan Neale are Visitin91 relatives fn Bloomfield Mrs and Mrs Dan Eelley and family spent Sunday with Mr Reed Della Rav and Annie Laura Gregory have returned to bt Catherines after pending the E ster holidays with parents Miss Emma Rose Poljn vii iled MrsJoe Polin the latter part of the week Mr S 0 Vanarsdale is on the sick list Mr John Grigsby visited some friends in Maud Sunday Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson were inI Lebanon one day last week Ve have in now a full supply of sailors i tMust Dandruff Means Baldness i Dandruff is caused by a germa vicious persistent tenaclpui germ that up to the discovery of pne of the wlda greatest scientists was sup posed to k udklllable That dlscoTr Haycto kill dandruff gertha to remove all traces ofdandrul1tQatopiitUngtalrJ or itching scalp in two weeks or money back It contains jjupt enough bf sbge properly combined with other ingred ient to mike an7 womani or mans hair grow luxuriantly It makes ev erybodys harttii lusterless hair change to soft lustrous and faeauitlluT hiIII50 cents a large bottle at Hay donWillett Try it r tt 1t ffyak like 1 I IFGO l J IFI confectionery Theylookgoodand pies j are good IIgaze Wifl Make You Ij 1 r il J i tzngry I IJI m home theEEfamily w1iIbIeJl r Ihing from Lowneys Chocalates oud pie is the bast of its kind W hplesome J well made idijerfectly delicious I I FITZCERALII GiveUs a call HERTfcffl I I t ri IVttI lJIi The Celebrated dBrown IS rf iiPivot Beam Cdmbinetli d Cuitivato- ft t ii t t1ibeton tie market K1MBALLi t I 4i W 43 0 = I Hatt Rioll I NewFIPm1 IIII IIPurn SJ Tilluillg Pluthbllgi I Hot Wafer J t and Steam H e ting 5 A SP CIA TY Give us trial All work guaranteed Prompt Service SPRINGFIELD KY N it SS s pili r I For Pub ic SerYiG SSeason 1911f I AtIflthurijianX = Farm Springfield Kyy t J lilta I 1BdUrdbns Best 5tChestniit t54Handstftaddl90v V n rBy Bourbon Chief 976 sire of Bourbon KingilMdtSt fi9merY Chief etc 1st dani Judy OUter t407 by Red Cloud 2197 I 2nd dam by Wilsons llng 2196 3d dam by Sims Clark Chief 575 4th darn by LeGrand 746 fbreedingBotirdons Best in orutpf Kentucky lie is a young horse and practicallyuntried htnce Jhe fututeabne can tell what he will do eitherin the show rlnggr in the stud We are breeding valuable mares to him aritf expect to give him every opportunity to make good 1I If he fails to breed up to his promise well find it outquickly and l secure another j Fee 25jTo Insure a Living Celtt- t Red King L 2732 l J I 3 Hand Foaled 1903 7 IIChestnut115I bailed r till v i n h I 2d by Used Bill IIQ3d dam Wood by Blue Jeans 34i fJjiis is also a registered saddle horse Arid a good ilfe sons King that sired thtfdam of both BourbodMgr and ry Chief nd tracing oh his dams side to Blue JS T OMI i teatsaddle horses ever in Ketucky Hefi nice IIITi ividual and can 1ck and trotas fait as anybooys bose Fee 15 lb Insure a LIvlBi Cel- tS We ink IJacl I II look jit h colts i I with youlor the I Governor Billy i I itYlI1 KY LISPRINGFIELD 4t jas c Jhie4 cry SFSEJCNE cAiO1AI L I- I4 Ff y r w f ij = I J J SO Per Cent Better II fcaye used less than one bottle of Cardui writes t ffJrtcsJ Gertrude Ward of Rushville Neband am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it Before taking Cardui I had suffered with female trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was Irregu laxity I also suffered with severe pains very month at il Vsi nftw I am greatly Improved and will recommend Car- dui to all my suffering friends p CARDUI TEc Woman S Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are Imported by w the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found In any other medicine These ingredients are what give Cardul Its superiority k as a female medicine and tonic over any other medicine For over 50 years Cardul has been the favorite worn ans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy to take so safe sor reliable in its results and they have gentlelso curative tonicS powers because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped Try it today Write Ie LadItS Advisory Dept Oiiftuoois Mtdldnl co ciaftano Tezm 1K JMracsfcM aad 6pIIe book Host1 ntlot Womet2 ItDt free SIMILARITY OF MANY PEOPLE r J Weman Says That Husband and WlfAI z Wh Reeemble Each Other Have s Sam Thoughts ti Tb woman who la a elope observer 1 was discussing witlTa tej friends the matter of resemblan esjurlee ordinary persons i siikem IspethapsDh1Teducated or llant or socially prominent For In stance some man working on the streets as I pass may look like son 1Io college profeMor I have seen except that of course th expression of inkb tej1Ikeeth ability will be lacking In other words they are the BaXflOT ype but their environment pexleacea have been different It Is not at all dnusual for husbands and wives to look aUke especially ifI theYr are elderly and have lived happily l tether many years The explanationil 1o that Is perfectly simple Everyte body has seen such cases On a occasions I 1ae been much amused at seeing a husband and wife who r looked like some other husband and wife respectively That is the man would look like another man I knew and the woman would look like that i other mans wife In thoe cases I rcould see that the man in each case perhaps a Tall dark manhad liked his opposite a petite blonde The action of thought had been the Ssame In each case and had brough- tI out similar resultshi cAnother thing that Interests me that people who look alike have the 1 Jume diseases I can sometimes tell half a block away what diseases a l person will be likely to have I knovS al a croupychlld the minute I see I io not mean I can diagnose a case of croup I dont know a thing about medicine or physiology but I knpw a the look of a person who would be likely to have diphtheria If exposed i to it and of one who might have rheu inatlsm later in life Its all in the t 1 way they think yon krifaw or per haps you dont believe that t t WANTS MAN SHE PAID FOR tit PS5 INsw Jersey Woman Ak a Cpmmla t sionsrto Hold Immigrant 8b That t She Can Marry Him Commissioner Williams expects an Interesting session at Ellis Island when the Inspectors pick out a husky e shoemaker pf Trlesta and hold him i Jf for the arrival ot his fiancee f The commissioner received a letter 0 iI Da young woman of Jersey City who described heraelt as an orphan aSsS work all my lifetime for my exist jIflCQj a letter several months ago from a young man in her native city saying e jhat if she wbuld send him the price I a ticket he would cross the seasot and marry her She explained that the man was a shoemaker and healthy She sent a secondicabin ticket for passage on the Red Star Une Vaderland which ar7 rived the other night from Antwerp Also she forwarded the health I Mender of bad soles 2816 In cash r She learned recently she said thatI j iU relatives In this country had planned to steal him as soon as he arrived and prevent the marriage She l lwants the shoemaker herself and Endand unite them in marriage as soon u sk arrives at the island A judicial Expert- The native with a stogie met the 4natlye with a pipe r Ho drZebl quoth the stogie na tire Hear bout thf fuss down to th j court house Nope drawled the man iwlth the pipe Wiat was it about Why7jim Simpson has been suii ing Abner Hawley for ailenatinii affections of his wife an Jejdge MUB grove told th Jury to bring in aver dick of six cents damages cause he fthought that was all the damage was Jim An Jims wife got mad an threw a chair at th Jedge and he had her arrested an put In th x cooler But didnt th Jedge go a leetle too far when he fixed her value low 1 Not al all not at all Y aceh- eJWU her first husband THE DRAGONS BACKBONE n Odd Incident of Railroad Construe a tlon In ChinaaWhen there was undertaken the construction of the railway between Kirin and Newchwarig the seaport pf Mantchuria it was proposed to make a nction at a place called Lunplenj out de the city of Mukden For this per Lcsion had to be obtained from the Tartar general of Mukdeu This func tionary at once proceeded to call In his- geomancers a species of soothsayers who gave Information concerning the good fortune and ill fortune of sites nd were supposed by the Chinese to now what demons and drngous in habited the earth under the surface hese wise men reported that the dragon whose body encircled the holy city of Mukden lay colled up in such a ay that if the railway time through the long nails driven into the es would pierce his backbone aid In Il probability set him tq raging vio ntly to the great tl1a people of Mukden detrrento The general d the application of the railway people and directed them to carry the road in a straight line from Klrlu to New cbwang avoiding Mukden Tb en gineers thereupon appealed to the vice roy showing that as this proposed route wpnld go through a marshy and uninhabited country It could n t b4 profitable for their enterprise The viceroy wrote to the general iukdeu highly commending him for is discretion in consulting the goo manccrs but suggesting that these sage persons go over the ground again and see if they could not find a place where the nails would not be likely to tIke into the dragons back cord ingly at the command of the vl eros the general had his geomancers Ind ate a spot for the junction at IJi nplen where they thought that after a tie dragons backbone would be saft New York PressSRICE PAPER a Shaved From the Snow White Pith of Trees In Formosa The so called rice paper Is no made from rice as Its name Implies but from the snow white pith of ni small tree belonging to the genus nrnlln a enus represented in this country by be common sarsaparilla nndtbl spikenard The tree grows In Formo sa and no far as is known no where Ise The stems are transported to China and there the rice paper ib made It is used aside from f num ber of other purposes by the native artists for water color drawings and sometimes it Is dyed In Carious colors nd made into artificial flowers The tools of the pith worker com prise a smooth stone about f1fopt square and a large knife or hatchet with a short wpoden hnntlle1Tho blade Is about a foot broad and nearly half an Inch tjhlik at the back and it Is as sharp nsi razor Placing a piece of the cylindrical pith on the stone and his left huul ou the top the pith worker will roll the pith backward and forward foil n mo ment until he gets It In the required position Then seizing the knife wltb his right hand he will hold the edge of the blade after a feint or twb clovel to the pith which be will keep rolling 0 the left Wilth his left bunjl until nothing remains to unroll for the pith has by the application of the knife been pared into n square white sh et of uniform thickness All fhat remains to be done Is to square tile edges If one will roll up n sheet of paper lay It on a table place the left baud on top and gently unroll It to the leftt he will have a good Idea of how the feat Is accomplished New York Her ild Glazed FruIts and Nuts Boll without stirring for lj oI 15 mlnuten one pound granulated sugar and onehall cup water Test in wate- and when brittle remove from fire add one tablespoon lemon Juice and set the pan containing tho candy in bowl of hot water With a long pin or needle Immerse section of oranges grapes figs almonds walnuts or pecans and set upon oiled papers Th fruit or nuts must be thoroughly dry before dipping into candy rJ1ri = WayDoI think you just cant work away at your profes apeiamiyou so you 1 might as well put a stop to your misery You con do it if F t MedicaTDileovetYw9makctto work It will set things right in your stomach and seyour appetite will come back It will purify ypur blood If there is any tendency in your family toward conrurtption j It will keep that dread destroyer swat Even slier con tS sumption has almost gained a foPthpldi ia the form ofat bronchitis or bleeding at the lungs it will bring about a i i Itu8remooypreplUcdf11Dr1lVltllUcci y iS hw come from his wide experience and varied practice fe S5f r whe led by a peiinygtabbing dealer iMo takimg inferior J rj for Dr Pierces siedicises recommended to e Just ci go04 Tt 4 fM a sMdielnea are PF coMrosmoN Their every iagredtMt i riited tA i s AMT wrappers Made horoot without alcohol Contain Wit 1drugs Worlds Dispeasery Medical AostiuWtio N Y L1org 4 GOOD TOAST RARELY FOUND Patience In Making It la Necessary ttand It Should fe Neither Soggy Nor Too Crisp There It nothing so rarely Tbnnd as toast that is well made Few cooks are successful with It yet it is not difficult to get right The chief reason of many failures tit lack of patience It Is so much easier to cut thick uneven slices not remove the crusts and do several platefuls at a time that that Is tho usual method Appetizing toast should bo cut thin without crusts cooked over a clear bed of coals until q delicate brown on both sides then bettered and sprink led lightly with salt and put back in the pven for a minute for the butter to soak In Never let toast stand Far better wait fpr It than have too much cooked at once If the family is late In com- Ing to the table do not start to toast until they are eating their cereal The best toast Is made over open coals but itj can be nicely toasted In the gas oven if closely watched Appetizing toast is neither soggy nor so crisp that it tastes like dried chips The best is made from a close grained bread a day old Do not Serve in great chunks toast must look well besides being properly cooked to be appetizing Toast that has grown cold can be served by putting it on an old plate covering it with cream butter and snIt and allowing it to soak into the bread in a hot oven Where one prefers to butter toast at a table it must be served hot in f folded napkin and just a few slices t a time In making milk tout use a little thickening in the milk otherwise your will be soggy and thin DOUBLE FRYING PAN IS NEW Device of an Iowa Man That Saves Fuel Labor and Space on the Stove Economy of fuel and space is en abled by the double frying pande signed by an Iowa man This is not to mention the saving pt time and labor The new fry pan is made In two parts which are hinged at the inner sides and can be folded over ti take up the space of one section when hung upon the wall Divided Into two sections as it is two things can be cooked in Ifrat one time While meat is being fried In one sine canned corn tomatoes can be heated In the other or if there is no meat to be fried two kinds of vegetables may be cooked in it The advantage of a utensil of this kind is manifest In the first place it saves fuel because two things can be cooked over one Id of the stove In the second place It gives the cook fewer pans and pots to watch and leaves her freer to at tend to the manifold duties of preparI ing dinner It also takes space on the stove than two single pans Suggestions Wooden or pasteboard plates of the kind bakers use for the delivery otI pies serve a good purpose as refrlgcrI projtectednecessary and after being used can beI thrown away The fact that they do not break and that they cjtir be bent a little to make room for other articles is a decided recommendation Bags made of cheese cloth about eight Inches square filled with oatJ Imeal powdered borax pulverized cas tile soap and a little powdered or root fully and refreshing used in the bath aro riaIII Rub fresh lard over new tinware and heat It In the oven before using Then you will never have ant trouble about rustingIFoodstuffs should never be left In molsiCatsupIOne walnuts half a cupful of salt one and a half quarts of vine gar quarter ounce of mace onoquar er of an ounce of nutmeg on quarter iof an ounuce of cloves onequarter of an ounce of ginger onequarter of an onetounce of whole black pepper a small quarter of a pound of anchovfcs Procure the walnuts at the time when you can run a pin through them slightly bruise and put them into Jar with the salt and vinegar le them stand eight days stirring every day then drain the liquid frofn and boll it with the above Ingredients for about half an hour It may beI strained or not as preferred and required a little more vinegar can be added When bottled well seal theI corkse rOld Oilcloth A good way to use unsworn oilcloth Is to cut it Into squares and use It a table pads to put under hot dishes IIf the coc or the pattern is not orna Mtrlu e the oilcloth for the under ramaeSArtificial Camphor There is In operation in New Fork state an artificial camphor factory the product of which la Intended to compete In the market with the natural t substance It it maintained that it does not differ except in the manner of Its origin from that extracted from the camphor trees of Formosa Artificial camphor is made from es sential oils derived from turpentine brt tween turpentine and camphor lis the possession by each molecule of the latter of one atom of oxygen whIch la lacking tit the former By chemical process the heeded oxygen la sup plied Threefourths of the entire sup ply of camphor Is used in the arts nd one fourth iinmodlclna 1 tiel Ejotlann The Brld Qeorfe bjlevss 1 a I- zthe oweoteat thing that ever bap jeqed The Iriendr4ndeedl II1he Brido Yaaj and I agree with I dear George everything 5e I Plenty of fresh air sleeping outdoors and a plain nourishing diet are all good and helpful but the most important of allis Scotts Emulsion It is the standard treatment prescribed by phy sicians all dyer the world for this drdad disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs andbuildipthewasfingbodyY FOR SALE m ALL DRUGGISTS Send name ok piper this ad for oar bcantltal JI8Bank and SketchBook Za4 bank contain a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOv409Pcarl SUN V = iQUICK EYES OF THE WOMEN +They Havo Extraordinary Faculty for Seeing Many Things and Taking- In Evjory Detail tWomen most extraordinary faculty havet a great many things at r Instance they will remember every detail of a persons dress manner fand personal appear ance even to the color of the hair and eyes after r mere glimpse This power Is rare Ith men In general though some have cultivated It Tho gift belongs preeminently to women however who iwill Often without ef fort take away the most vivid Impres slons of people they have traveled with for a shorl time only and have never spoken to or of people they have met by ch rice lathe street Womens eyes need to be as keen as they are kindly In her household all depends on hem Woman is tho first to notice ny little rift within the lute of home life and failure in the health of th se she loves and has the care of anr lapse from the ac customed any trouble unexpressed that is making any one unhappy More delicately balai ced more sensitive than man her natute receives Im pressions which to those of a differ ent perhaps coarser fiber would slm plY have no existence Her intuition is at times divine The eyes of a good woman How gently how c early how trutifully HowPleasantjIy sccm1itywomans eyes HOW ROGER GOT HISSIAmIr Famous Sculpt r When Young Dry Goods Baleen an Made a Caries ture of Ils Employer A T Stewar was shown one day by one of his confidential employes an amusing carl ature of himself done in pencil Good good he laughed excellent Who did it thatsI A young salesman at the counter He scratched iit off as you- passer the other morning I than aged to get It fjom him and now hes 1jart with It twinkle in his eye JustI send him to met will youIA little later Ia slim youth he Mr Yes und said rst MrtStwar office been enteredI i holding up the sketch asked Did do this youI The lad grewpale hnd stammered II beg your jardon sirit was only a bit of tunlbiennt no offense Thats all Very well but you have to give uj your Job here The youth h mbly protested when Mr Stewart burst out laughing an 1saId Dont sty any more my bpy dj IsexjIply you with tl b means to study art Mr Stewarts proposition was grate fully accepted and It was thus that John R Rogers the sculptor begariI his artistic cstreer- Lord Brptighams Oratory IWe have no rator In the least like Lord Brougham since the close of Broughams pi bile career Everything apLcontcerned she hai done to prevent him from being a great orator and yet n 11grtRt orator he undoubtedly was I wonder what the house of lords just geoIfticulated as Brougham was In the hab lot doing But It was Impossible to listen to Brougham and hot be carried away by the force of bis intellect br his torrent of ordtis by the sudden whirl and cddyot rapid lllustratj ns and by the longer bnd shorter st etches of quietude and repose into wtlch his argument occa sionally flow dFrom Justin Mc Carthys Remlulscenses e He Is Still Inquiring Fourteen years ago when Thomas Cooper living on a farm two miles from Lexington Mich was thirteeIC years old he egan walking tbit town every daanelasking for mall the post offlceij Thomas Is now twenty seven years oU ant he has not missed one single weo day in all those years Regularly ever r morning he has taken the fourmile I alk and he iIs still at It It may altr be stated that bo bos not up so ibis date received slngln letter but he s not discouraged He believes one ill come for him some day even if IIt is only a dunning lot ler Aa If Used to Be Have you ota good partYl1sks the friend pf he actor who has been engaged to pity In Bill Shakespeares pbmpony at th Globe theater Fajrlsh ar awered the player Ive got Merc Uo Ih Romeo and Juliet 1 Im glad beet use I think Ita lellow can do onto two seasons In ShakersearOsplayshO can got a big enough rtp tatlc to tro into melodrama 0 I M WASHINGTON BIRD 4i ijEligible tcl Register Will make the seasbn of 1911 at my farm 14 miles west of Mack yule on the Springfield pike and will serve a limited number of mares At 8 Tolnsure a Living Colt CheShighi sired by old Red Bird one of the greatest horses ever in the county His firstd m was Lady n by Pnnce he by KeUys Black Hawk the prize winrer nt the Worlds Fair in Chicago C Lieri retained on all colts for payment of service fee Moneddue when mare is parted with or bred elsewhere SiecialCqre taken prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur R P HENDREN- 444 4 ILLUSTRA TION 26642 The only sort of Onward with dam by Mambrino Patchen in the country On ward is the leading sire of 230 performers Mambrino Patchen Is the leading brood mare sire Onward 1411 Record 225l sire Pearl Onwail 206 ofI Beuzetta206tf Ga zette 207 14 Colbert 2061 Onward Silver 208 and169 others in 230 Patience George Wilkes 519 1damsDolly 1 Dam ofDirector217etc Mambrino Patchen 58 Sire of 25 dams of 148 in 230 DaughteroL 4th dqrpby Copperbottom 10 Insure a ColtUntil retain betakenmoneySdarnbeing timeIGovWoodPasturage for furnished at very O H DeBAUN Cornishville Ky TALE OF REIGN OF TERROR Pathos of Uttle Nicoles Execution Overcame and Nearly Spectator of Iron Nerve M Lenotres book on the expert ences of the Gascon royalist the de Datian English version of has Just appearedwas first published in Paris some ago and It Is surprising that It was not trahslatetd before 1910 De Batz was one ot the strangest figures of the French revolution He Is said to have used his enormous wealth in bringing about distrust among the revolutionary leaders and In crippling finance and thus had to do with the end tErrpreInarrated by M Lenotre In this vol certain man of strength and hardnessone of those athletic people who are all muscle and ha no nerves whgered that he woud the execution at close quarters without flinching Whether he stood with the executioner or not I do not know For a long time be bore It un moved but when little Nicole came upon the scaffold and arranged her self upon the plank and said gently to the executioner Monsieur shall I all like that his head swam 1bo his sight him his Immense gave way and ho fell to the ground For a moment he was thought to be dad and was carried home LIght Attracts Customers cItyIthrough two avenues leading to car Mnes A haberdasher has a shop in a side between these two than of t velatn much iiore reason 111nels rent than ho have to pay the avenues Study of the condition him that the theater goers took avenues not because they were especially convenient nqr jas a matter of habit but simply because they were light When ho put up an electric slgn blg enough to his section of the dark side street he diverted enough travel past his win dbws every night to increase nato rially the e nlna Post i In Line Suitor Your daughter sir well er- thatie1he told me to come to youshe says you PaterQuIte soI understand Lets see arc you Mr Bronson or Mr Wlbbles Suitor Why Ita Mr Hotchkiss Brooklyn Life Do You Gut Up With a Lamp Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr liilmcrs SwampRoot the great kidney liver and beltlIII able health I L properties Swamp V Root fulfills almost Ieverywish in over hi coming rheumatisir Ill pain in the back kfd 1neYs liver bladder xfl and every part f the nonary pasrage It corrects inability to Hold water and scaldingpain in passinit or bad effcctsollowinguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot isjjot ecommendctl for iverythtng but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It hai been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful a special l ar tangenleiltt has beers by which all readers pf ihis paper whO have riot al ready tned it maX have a sample bottle sent free by snail also a telling more Svam Root and how to findontihonhave kid ney or Waddw trouble WhenwniUngmention rending this generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co n i i Binghamton NY The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists DoiPt any mistake but the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the aa dfcpBinghnmtonN Y on every botUe Hambletonmn 10 Dplly Spanker Mambrino Chief 11 Fanny by BerT Franklin Mambrino Chief 11 Rhodes Mare Dam ofLadyThorn218 j American Clay 34 Daughter of Ericsson 130 To Weaning Time mares reasonable terms Killed Baron which years much umeA great watch right failed street would convinced those light dally salesSaturday1T restoring that nlilde book about snake remember 1911 SEASON I9II EAIZLY handshighwith plenty of action and good boneand foot as you would want Has proven himself to be a fine breeder perfectly gehtle to handle in every res greatstockStonewallStockSpringfieldpike at 10 To Insure A Living 6olt teCristoEarlysfirstdamLarlythirddam isiAt same irrie and place Black Giant iH whiteIpoints heavy body bone and foot and stands on them right with more style than any Jack you ever saw He is a very sure foal getter and a great sire of high class mules Will make the season at IIOJo Insure a Living Colt on all colts to secure sprvice fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred toother stock All care takento prevent accidents but no responsible should any occur Your Patronage Solicited A B HUNDLEY SeasonS of 1911 John W Baker and Dr W R Thompson of Mackville Ky have purchased of Gob Powell his we- known 6yearold Jack He will make theseasonat the barn of DV Thompson at Mackvi15e Ky He is pne of the best JacKs in Eastern Kentucky as has been proven by his colts We solicit the business of the farmers of Washington county BAKER THOMPSON Wild Squirrel WilLmake the season of 1911 at the stables pf J R Keene 7 miles from Springfield the Bearwallow pike on the farm k own as the T F Mclntire farm at To Insure a Colt to Stand and tIO Suck Squirrel is a sorrel horse 16 hands with red mane and tail He wast sired by Chesnut Squirrel Np1479 he by Ken1ore Squirrel No 1979 he Red Squirrel 68 irst dam Dick Price Jr second darn Wild Indian i f Will also at the same time and place stand my fine Jack r Big Mack Jr hiredbyJoe Phillips Big Mack he by Gov Wood He will make the season 56 To Insure n Coll Until Weonipx Time Lien retained on all colts to secure payment ffseafpn AI care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JR KEENE Mental Fag My brightest pupils says a young tutor have occasional weeks of blankness which resist my most sub tie methods and have cOme to tha conclusion that they are suffering at such times from a fprmpf mental digestion They hive been taught enough iand need rest befprV their tinlnds wjjl receive and stow awaV any More facts A couple of days work dallgaometimesi the mothers understand the Import 9themblessons = chtiI r n Cry for Fletcherlu u Iln u The land You Have Always Bought and which has fceear in use for over SO years has borne the signature ofj and has been made under his Per sonai supervision sinco its b1faJlcy Allow no on6 to deceive youin this All Corn erfclts Imitations nnd Justusgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastorla Isni harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone J ops asia Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither jpium 3SIorphino nor other Nareo icf Buhstanca Its ngetlu its guaranteoT It destroys Worms Iand nUn tfJFqvcrislmcssV It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic I yeUeves Teething Troubles cures Constipatiori find FIn ulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Chi droiis PanuecaTito Mothers Friend GENUINE ASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ki L The Kjnd You Save Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years r 77 SmCCT y t NiBiSONiINo 2381l J J f I Registered German Coach l i L Wi 1I maketbe season of1911 atmysta 91er at Card l well vat r 1 JP 12To Insure a Living Colt Nelson II is solid black 16 hands one inch hi h anT weighs 1375 pounds He has proven to be an exGe len breeder i I also have a16i hand ack that Vcill s ijve mares at 10 and Jennets lifdr a Jonnet co1tand42for a Jack colt I i W L GRAHAM CardwellKyAI 1JI4nttt p tICOLT JOnN I iDarkbay 153 han s fine style speed and action Seven years- old This colt is a sou of the Great Oovvard Silyertr formerly owned by J L Druienj of Bardstownj and winner bt the Transyl yunia stakes at Lexington and with a reqord ofii6 miein2 Opt and two miles In 428t Onward Silver was sold for 21lOQOand was taken tr Italy Onward Silver isa son of Onward 1141 record 2 25i and the sire of nine performers with records of Jiom 205i to 210 and the sire eif the dams of 13 with records of2 14 and better Onward is a spa of George ilkeji 2 22and ont of Sylyi8n Mail by Aberdeen site oKentacliy Union 2 07i i COL JOHN Tsdfrm is Kate Hand ley siredby Naholh 1898 son of Walsingham by Geo Wilkes Kate Hucdlevs first dam was Helen H by Mt opoiitan son of Htmbietonian 10 and full 7i7T 2i GilltVctmodt sire of Bonqer Boy 2 23 and dams of 13 n2aOtir better also sire of the damiof Gatnbetta Wilks2l9sire of Eyelet 2 03 Guipette 2 04 jLottie Lorin 205 and seventhfive others oetter than 2 30 COL 30BN I will make tbe presentsason fit f 10 TOINURE A LIVING COLT IjORD BACON is a black Jack 15t bafid fine bone and muscle He is by Dick Parrotts Ja2k he byLetchersJdulc baby Governor Wood he is ou of8 fine jenn tt1 by Governor and her dam by old Brack Hawk So opcfMid not have finer breeding Heilaf an extra good brcedin jnckj ben Sioims bought 8 of his coltslast fall at over 100 perjiead He w HlIiIkf tbeaeasoD at I 10ilTo Insur a Living Colt Parties bavingJD to breed atr invited to cal at my stables 21 milesEast of Springfield on the Springfield apt PeryvilIe pIke aod see ray stpck Cajrewill be taken lo avoid accidetts but will I V not be responsible should any occur Lien renamed qn all colts until seasonp ir paid and money due when colt is foaled omare Is parted with or bred elsewhere i tREG EnELEN i tt IIIIHaIHamilton44326 fine trottingi e oeason pf 1911 tbtyl tpnehalf mile fro i FrederickstPWn on Bar tow mIOad at f i itIIIPLaC J 15 To Iosure a Living Colt Hal Hamilton bayhorse fo led905 by Aipha J 28875 dam Elkmai1 by Elkhorn 13909j granddamnSarnh Francis by MtWrid hebyGeorgeSHal16fi35e bjj AtiBarae time and place will stand my Jack lj 1BIGKHaW1cJr 1iBlack Jcld5 hand high 9yearsold Heiisby latseyVOld Black Hajvk ho by Gov Wood First dam by Logan Jr 2dda na breedglseveraltof r 4tt 10 For 3 Mart Mule and 8 For a Hbfte Mule t Wj llalsoat the same time and place stand ifiy Jack Bi11TauIbrBlackjack 14 hands high 4yearaold He fs by Filiatreau8 jiiwki he by Erince Wood hrfby Gov Wood Bill Taylor U a halffbrotJiii to Black Hawk oithis dams aide Hofwill make the season at jm u1 C8 To JrisurcJ alrvkiCoTt ri Lien retainebion fill colts siredby cither horse briackslot svwfee Money duewhen the fact ilWJcertahled mare parted With bred toiapqtherhors or jack Care taken to prevent axjcidfeati bit- otronsillehoule any occur y 4J L HAMILTON 4 Frcdenckttown Ky f 1r