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T v 75 ESTABLISHED c i IN 1883 bil f ttWW4ii l J a r t itlp NEW SEtESVOL XVIII NO JJ7 I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 27 I9IL i+I f ln k II Mis WitI Pa fi4 Accident w4 r George Gartin of Brad fords kt 4 ville met with a dangerous accident Monday while traveling r on the road between the resi dItttof hrhltJIPt qInlGar tl itll tkja llxlUJ at itJLLvilter A team ofr mtiljs attached ftow heavy log wagon belonging to Ed Wheeler became rightened In some way and ran down the J frO Overtaking Mr Martin trJghtenedbimars ran into his buok hoard utterly demol aS1311g the vehicle and th owing him out In falling Mr Gartin was in some unaccountable way l caagbVby the tongue of the 7 2 wagon and carried a considerable distance as the mules ran along the road When the animals were finally stopped Mr Gartin q was ext icated from his perilous position between the mules and carried to his home His hip was found to be dislocated and tie received many painful bruises Sc on various parts of the body v Medical attention was immediate injuriesiattenti9q yesterdayt he was reported to IrnprovingLebanon Enter 1priseS Saved His others L ie Four doctors had given me up jdteaMrs Laura Gaines of Avoca 5S Laiand my cnlldren and all my friends were looking for me to die when ay son insisted that luscElec trlcljtter 1 did so and they have done inc a world pf good I will al If wayfJ3raise them Electric Bitters ia aprIceless blessing to women that are troubled with fainting and dizzy 4 spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney didorv ders Use them and gain new health strength and vigor Theyre gua ran teed to satisfy or money refunded fcOnXy oOc at Haydon RobertSon I 4 rQdlltSon Returrfs While sitting by the tire in a i few nights since and thinking of her son who had joined the standing army twentyfive years ago und wondering if air was wenv Hh r him if she would ever have the pleasure of seeing him again y MrsMary Walden of Barren r acounty thin state was ctartledt frOm her reverie by a step on j 5 beheldherson Will U Val den jwbom she hart nut seen for a Quarter of a century Mrs Walden could hardly believe her- fteyes but whpn the old faoiliar voice said Mother her joy knew rio bounds and in a 4ef she was in his arms secClndI joy Wr Wuldeli has traveled around the gobe twice snce leaving his vfapme twenty ve years ago He isi musician lot rare talent and for several yekrs wasrchiefi musician on the batle ahip Virginia He says his is tired of traveling and will spfend f the rest of his dajs among the k picturesque hills of Barren cHun ty bong tile pejpte he love soy L wellI JL 1 tj Never Oultof Work j The bufciest little things cv r mad g are Dr Kings New Lit PiUs Elvti I qIliisa sugar coated globule of halt tba ch pg t kn wv9tTett lanauor iplo energy brainfa iinto mental power curing constI1tion headacKe Chills Dyspeysla Malaria OnljfDC Haydon acd Iloertson r ir =f i1 tSProminent Nelson County Man Killed iin Auto bile Accident Peritpnitis developed from in juries he received ip an automo bile accident Sunday caused the deathat 11 qclock last night rat the Norton Memorial Infirmary of Alex M Briggs forty four years of age Democratic nominee for the Kentucky Lepiai Jature from Nelson county and a member offane of the oldest and foremost families of that section With four friends Mr Briggs was driving They were traveling rt a good rate of speed along the Bardstown road and attempted to swerve around another ma chine driving in tee same direc ticni when the wheels skidded on the freshly oiled pike and the big car sideswiped the stone wall iin front of Kenilworih a short distance beyond the city limitsThe impact hurled Mr Briggs from the automobile He struck the wall with awful force and fell limp to the raund Medical aid was immediately summoned and the JrtjureJ man was reukoved to the Norton iinfirmary An examination revealed that he had suffered fractureJ dislocated hip and broken ribsiMrs Briggs and her daughter Miss Tommy Briggs came to Louisville Monday morbingandl were with him constantly uuil his death At first he seemed Jo be doing well but later blood poisoning developed and it was realized that the chances for re covery were heavily against him Mr Briggs was a native of Nelson county and a son of the llateSquire Thomas Briggs He received his education at the county schools and most of his life had been a farmer near Bardstown He has always ta ken an active interest in the work of the Democratic party and some time ago announced hiscandidacy for the Legislature Be won the contest for the nom ination and had he lived doubt less would have represented his district as iit is overwhelmingly DemocraticSI He married Miss Rena King who with a fifteenyearold daughter survives hm He also leayes three brothers John An drew and Peyton Briggs farmers of Nelson County The machine in which the yic tim was riding when he received his injuries belonged toJ R Reeb of Bardstown None of the other occupants were hurt nor was thecar badly damaged Kicked By A Mad Horse Sajnl Birch of Beetown Wis had a most narow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful dore that developed butxat ast uckiens Arnica Salve curdlt copplltely Its the greatest hpaler of uiceriburns tells eczema scalds cuts ccrfecoldsores bruises and- piles on eat iwTry it 25c at Haydon iRobertsoni I j your sheep pIoved dip TIde Mioorls Hay don Robertson 1- icoALIl COALII1 cue exclusive agents for the 11rWe is the Coal highest Coke grade domes 1 from the Jellioc Dstriet only handle one grade of coal i cly to supply you with any 1 IIWe load 10bu hels to 1 prkesRightandCQaIightSItDLAKEC- I JIj TUEE1J S LI3ADI3RT 1r renjTniscectjrio6da upS toLouisvilieSurday- afternoon Ipaui4iapectjon must5wdIp1jSLttil r Company ofcoalfrom 1 L i Tragedy At Lexingtoni Lexington Ky AprIL21 Patrick Mooney one of the pro prietors of the Leland Hotel and a city aldsrman formariy yeas was shot and killed in 1h3 lobby offthe hostelry at 1030 oclock last night by Thomas Dolan a thoroughbred horse breeder The killing it is said was the cbtcom of bittic feeling between the men for a year oyera hotel bill it is allegedS D lanit is said began to abus Mooney in the hotel lobby and the proprietor started to eject him from Ihe place when Dolan firmed four times at short range all of the bullets takibg effect id Mooneys body After the killing Do1n cooly walked tram the ho tel on past the jail slid surren dered to Police Oaptain Jenkins whom be met on the street and who at the time was unconscious of the tragedy After consulting with his attorney he was reroati dd to jaift1 await his examining trial Mooney was fortynine years ataard was one of the most active Democratic politicians in Lexingt und bestknown hotel keepers in Central Kentucky He was a member of the Board of Alderman at the time of his death had been a councilman superintendent of Streets and had held other official position for twelve or fifteen years He is survived bv his wife arid three childrenSHe has been associated in the saloon business for many years with W F Klair Representa ttve in the Legislature from the Lexington district lIe did not return to Lexington until an hour after Mr Mooney was killed He did not learn of his partners death until he reached the Lexington depot Thomas Dolan is about forty fiVe years old aud has lived iin Lexington since be reached man hood Pe practiced law for several years but became inter ested in racing and thoroughbred breeding and turned his attention to these His brother Jack Dolan and two sisters Jive in Louisville Money Back HyomeiCures Catarrh With out Stomach Dosing or Money Back Yes dear reader cataarh can be cured but not by pouring vile nan seating drugs into the stomach And catarrh germs thrive flourish and multiply in the nose and thrat Can you kill these tough and per sistent little health destroyers by swallowing pills or nostrum Any physician will tell you it cannot be done HYOUEY pronounced Hi home is a germ killing vadorized air which when breathed through the mouth or nose will kill catarrh germs and soothe and heal the inflamed mutil t ed membrane promptly In gives re lief in two minutes- HYOMEPissuch a powerful germ destroyes that Jt penetrates every foJdandcrevice of the mucous mem brance pf the nose and throat A complete outfit which Includes inhaler a bottlo of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use qosts 100 Should you need a second bottle of Hayrf6veryw resell HyoJ1Jelloill Jl1J Tough on the Germ Parents who own the mean little small boy with the frightful grouch ot childhood the little boy who screams when others smile and who kicks his fond parents on the shins and screams when they are trying to do something nice for him tho little 4boy who affects all other people with jmItehimclapboard not padded should lake courage Their little boy says Dr E Ia Mathlas of Kansas City is the vie- germiameaner than dirt and Grosser than a tlodup dot Well perhaps i A Restricted Sphere Judge Bancroft Cox In a speech in Cleveland against universal suffrage concluded with this smiling perora ton Hail then to Woianwoman the morning star of our youth the day star of our rriaturSty the evening star of our old age Bless bur stars and shIn1ngjith Popular Admiration What iis it that the people admire ta that mans Speeches said one campaigner 1 dot know replied the other unless its his nerve lit advocating such extraordinary oolnlona y j WILLIAM ADDAMS Candidate for Governor favors 1 Stringent educational laws that will secur6 more schoofsI insurejcomp tothe8All o9efficienciY 4State bank inspection 5 ringing tha militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and freeing same fr im politics 6 Organizatio and cooperation between farmers as well It among other laborir g men whether they labor in the field asI t jistoreli 7Such legisl tion as would improve the relation between capital l and labor theConstitution arNo io test I qualification o any office or public trust 9Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people 10 booksI1 Democratic Primary Election Saturday July 1st TJ111 Story of Annie Laurie Annie Laurie was a real per cemIcberItothree daughters of Sir R bert Laurie of Maxcvellton Scotlard the Hc She t tfgrewI I charming malden iabout whom thronged a whoje company of lovers Among them was Will lam Douglas of Kirkcudbright a gay and arden youth who is IEiaid to have been the author of an old Scotch song Willie Wast a Wanton Wag His devotion to the fair Annie was very real and inspired him to he composi tion of a song wbpae simple ten derness has rendered his amoI iIlmarta He di i not wed theI maiden howeve perhaps his waggery apnoj d herojUJir J Iovers quarrei ijJ rned for sinot raarr j until she was 27 years oldanshe became the wife of James Fergusson ofjf Craigdarrocb Vedid not find the composer cf the air of this song mdiiioiitd ny where but it certainly furnls es an insance of und ing jnusii vjvjdded to 5m morul words lSlrd Lead to a Baby Jody Pottstown Paflock of buzzards ted to the discovery of the body o a yearold child br CollL M Miesl mer and George Smith who were trying out their hi lunds in the Chest nut hills in Chest r county The hunters we it toa lonely spot ton Cedar Flat over which the birds were hovering and there found the 1There1g to disclose the wbetheiIthere dead Lightning ends Lawsuit Frankfort Ky Lightning struck and destroyed a large tree in front of InnisIlawtIwere Contractors building a road wanted to cut the tree down and Miss limls secured an junction preventing it Hundreds adi been spent In litigation but the bolt split the tree necessitating its de Btructlon i 4t A Short Tobacco Crop From a trip over many tobac o counties we pnd that the farI ners haye made up their minds raise less tobacc and ueIl difference we note in the condi tions is this formerly when one armerI cut down the crop his neighbor douoled this is not the case many farmers will not only quit this year bht they have made up Ihcir minds to never raise the weed agaio f Their land is almost gone and tobacco has done it They whoI quit the tobacco years ago bayej better fences better buildings more grass more moneyS and aI better educated family and theyI are gettibg more out of life tanJ the tobacco grower bVom nna onK ntu naer3 will raise puuu o eat andl less to burn From now on these farmers will improve thr farms and morefLewis Grayson and many other of the hill and mountain counties are utterly disgusted With the growth of tobacco The demand for mules and fine horses have encouraged ni any farmers to go into tile breeding business all of which causes many to quit the growing of tobacco In fiver years Kentucky will have more barns and more good stock than ever before and the shorter the obacco crop the more time far mers will have to raise other crops to sendtheir hil4rei1to school and to read andtnJiy life Owen County Democrat Horse Breaking Web yebegnn the breaking ofhorses and our headquarters are at the Pair Grounds We willt break your horse to ride or drive at the itfemely low price 6 i15 5prthnth Especiall care taken to accustom horses to trains and automobiles BOB and TOM RAY WILD WIND STORM Sudden And Furious Sweep Of Elements Alarms People of City II The terrific wiod storm hatjj visited Springfield last Wedoeg1 day afternoon startling the tbwVi people and causing serious dam rge to the sightly building tit BL Catharines creat d consider Qtral1KEntuckv In LexingtoUKy one person was killed ard several others were severely injured and large property damage was wrought by the storm fAt Cynthiana W H ONeall a j rallroadengineer was killed in his cab when a huge oak treij blown upon thetrack struck his engine At Ms ysville atd other points in that section tibuses ere unroofed and a numberof Persons caught iu the wreckage sustained serious hurts The big tent in which the dnswere holding aJocal option meet elecIwrecked Squire T M Fowler was struck by a lent pole but hun1dredthe time mostly women and h panic almost resulted About 4ocliCk in the after noona heavy dark cloud passed over Maysyille which carried ith1t ti strong wind and rain Window lights and signa were blown a distance of several hundred feet John Reitz living in the country was struck by flying glass and severely cut about the hea4 and fuce The telephone service was crippled At Mt Sterling the storm passed ale yi tbe aiternooir des royinga tobacco barn belonging to Ki pa trick and Clay unroof ing stables at the collegiate institute and the barn of R F More besides doing cob ider able damage throughout Mont gomery county and frightening the people badly The storm reached c clpnical proportions Complete rtportsof damage done can not be obtained as telephone wires were down Pedestrians were almost swept off their feet bythewind A severe wind and hail storm passed over Perry ville about oclock p mf Wednesday dping great damage to trees fences and unroofing barns At Mitchullsburg the roof was blown Irom Jhe Burley Tobacco Warehouse which was finished last all and hrtd not been used Telephone connectiOn was interrupted in every airectioc At Lebanon d fierce wjnd storm came tram the southwest and did much damage iin th vicinity Seyeral houses and barns were unroofecf and many rees were torn up At Lagrange Ewell Buttonl an employee of the J ouisille and Nashvillp Railroadatt Wdrk at Frankfort was dangerously hurt tuefe Attempting to jump on a switch ngine he missQcLilu ale en ine- Jlltiklng him NoL ne saw the accident and he was foqnd in a semiott scions cpndition A doctor called ordered him moved totho Kings Daughters Hospital The doctor made a more thorough examination and found his 8kuf fractured His parents atrfiagraiige were notii ned v iksl1li4and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton of CJayfcity Ill coughed and coughed He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors wlio sal j he had ton sumption but fonnd nOhelp In the climate and started hOrne Hearing of Dr Kings Kew Discovery he began to use it I oelievc It saved my life he writes ffor it mad ta new- man out of ms eo that I can now do godd work again For all lung Dis eases coughs colds lagrippof asthma croup whooptnff cough hay fever homoErhages hoarseness orvquinsy Its the best known remedy Pricp 500 and 1 O Trial bottle free Guaranteed ty Haydon ROt rtson Ask your Live Stoclt Inspec tot about Minors FlQib An approveddipthat will uure and prevent cab and kul tTcks and mice Aitflaydon 4 Kobertsod ww r fSIfSIU WJ1 Jfi n t I J JIMA IrAint- ilt1etMt 1K I fir t 1 I IlALEXBRIGGS Jt 1 jLI t tt o U rj tl J tiL IBioO P W4IbI Ihso1uteIy Pun I The 4hily Baking Powder Made tem ki- TSafeutds t i Grape Cream o Tartar Aef 1 amst alurn 1 Chemists tests have sDVa Onit a pit 1Sbiscuit tna4e WltJa aaJ81It piduuu stoma aact1katIeakHa LSISMI = rIrI pfwtter Is not mad from hJ t tJ St II Greatest FireFightert Fire Chief EiwardP Crokr for twenty seven y tarsi n mttnoer of New Yorit tie depftapntt aud for lue lnst tyrlve years the head of be uniformed force lies resigntd his reslgn Ion to taket effect My 1 His saiury as chief has beef 10000 a year which wasraispd to thattigure for his special benefit from 7000 aud heretiresi on a pension of 6rOOO a year for life Croker is viibout doubt the foremost firefighter the age His knovyljed e in this fieldand particularly in tliat of fire pre vention haslleoVhim to the con clusion that hej can dp better work outside the department Be will open a bureau of fire prevention through which he hopes in a measireto reduce the enormous annuai lire loss in the United States which amounts tbt something lite 3QObdoOob the cityi of New isdepartuirtb of the most pieturesque figures in publicVfe In Memorianl I 1II After xan illness of Tnore t nine tnocths Mrs Soda AtlJens Ie14 of April The following nec t ere1hetdpastor in the presence tf a large number af relatives tndS friends and thi wasted fornvliesi j t now Ihthe ci metery where Iti awaits the resu frection She was the aughterat Mr Geo T and Miranda Kimberlin 1eamid was the th rMaf family if children Sitre as married to Mr Wm tl iiiSQrfi December 9 1880 Tothjisanion wore birn eleven cbijdreir seven boys and four girls twcj of whom died tai i t fs two youngesiJ She professed religions and jjOined the Be ch Grov Dapist Churcn during a protracted meeting conducted by the Rev A Mobley Sistier Suda lived a consistent Christiani life wus a faithful coinqjanion dpvyd d to her family ciarchand neighbors But it Was during her last sickness thit her Christian char rr pT7 acter si onft brUhtfst wf clear pat and tier loyefoi her ftirioiir Dd friens became Or temSs Iand swet diViUIlovV at jlftr r iftl tijn bersoul with Sciyastt4 peaef while she urged ihbVn saved to come to the feiiVtor She was resigned ndsrtf f iaaiiia r tryiog circutnUncefarid ww1ii the body wasted site had Mil M comforts of religion aidf df Qi promse of aim who Jlii wiLI never Have theeioroiiks thee lo the ijrfaYoAVi1t give our love aud yBaptlfiy asking Him Who dceth alMittf well to comfort Lbs JbrrbttMg ones inthi ir boiiffaffiictlo lI lfSM D p CbCA otfGJritju STOMACHEMEDy t lIGuarantMd by MawdJ oJj t- f wiDtjF i4il ljj If your stomach is weak and 515 cis iLstantly upset JOR mustquicklycmoo 7- of tdihIngso 1 k 1iAl1owthestfiLyourbcktytoabe come as ws k is purstMiaclu Or V wake yout stocnack as ttriiifi ycmr bdoy vTub can best be done bjitulBff the r prescription or a speciidiwt O tlm years of practice gave Imaiediate rjr lief and permanent ctife to 95 per cent of the people who used itfThis preacriptloa is ksowa froM cost ta cost us MIONA ijION3U stomach tabletfl are guaranteed by Hiiydo yillettt cut indigestion acute or cbr41c or any uLjet condition of the MoiMch- lu lira minutes Ihey lYerclIeiiroBi- heaTtburnaeIdstOmacbiCBOft ete p J iach belching of soiirlood ferlUiBtar s o tion heartbnAddwaterbrib tIfyou suffer fromrstbmachrifrg Wl j e get aJarffeoO tent box jaf MQKJL Mak istomach tablets today md a van 1P r self ontbe road tojbealfiu f t Notice An pe I bij liimg t 4against t MsySfield deceaedwlllt ats f11Sto mQ pro tlt p aQr b Ifore May 1II1 JW vr1Tt1 LAdmr of il de04 by with an approved dip Mi oiFluid is an approved aiI Sold by Haydori Jb kbte Trya bed of biilte ihte yir Begonias fwm GlsiI iAt Ca1adipmsplaatsadIsivd lillies cf allkiwH tfi r WIlL i Jokreeonsgvssn bo mm r r btMj Beat 1495 1986lProp4rty W T1Ie Ptrs SingfIdcIIK i iIt V 1IuiWSALLAIWR- r l o SPRIMGF1ELDKY I jSe Ij 1 = Y Jr iiiW JKEHNUN- Idilora ad JblIberl THUBSDAT APR 28 IfllL Wean atfceri ed to announce JOHN A POLIN M aeB3W frXentativefn t J8wer ei el tMJCt tuclcl Le- gsI frew W hington county okjict to tke action of the Democratic pati I ll 1 3kivile Vmrc J F Bowen 0 B and Vita Grafcam were in Louisville t 1I4wHkf f Mr uft Mrs G If Shirley Thibildi I B and Mrs Brown Bw ayT- Kr T D Graham while on hfc way to Kirkland lut Thurs 4 iay to trawftct some business loet his purse containing 900 in BOtes 25 in checksand15 in r 1arrlltcl If the finder of this p re will be kind enough to re tirciMBeto Mr Graham they 3 will oeriainly receive a handsome r reward t They ping men of this place who received complimentary tlckesbo the Fonchen Greek Ball B turday night were J F Boweik Joe Divine and Vilas Graham Mr Isaac Armstroug whe re 4 oeotiy purchased the mill at this t place has same in operation and l is ready at anytime to accommo date the people in all kinds of t null products Mr Armotronj it s first clay business man and 4thereis no doubt but bat he wmett with splendid success in thu I1lnei c1 Mfs H J AndOscarvBrpwn were in Jxniiyille last week 1The Wndstorm last Tuesday d i did considerable damage to prop erty owners throughout this s oBby blowing down fence and demolishing several1 barns Solar as we have learned Messrs John Anderson and Isaac Durr i have sustained the greatest loss 55 their barns were blown id the Lgrqnzd t Mr J J Yates was in Ear rodsburg Friday on business iv Missi Georgia Robinson of 1 Chaplin is spending a few days this week with her sister Mrs OB Graham The extremely wet weather is delaying the farmers with their r crps But if you would jcome to tibarpsille end notice Hlong the barks ofthe river you can- y115e that their time iis fully occu pbd Well it is not Bills aim 10 be extremely pompous but I do be iieve that theNewsLeader ranks as one among the best county Journal m the State To appreciatei the vaueofa conversation on public business just converse with Judge elson JrewittJ Mr C M Graham of Pulliatj was in Shaipsville Friday on business 4 he junk shop is open and ready for business with Robin J son tk Simpson proprietors t 4r Husbell Robinson who let i few weeksurJIjj0 J1 a1d fUity will comeback The little daughter pi Mr and YraJ BdgAr Willham is thought riu regaleing health after a 1 t JioJg4llpsfrQm haying whoop 11 iigo gb- Tyler Simpson andWill Bryant were in Parrodsbarg Saturday t Grahm Brown sold their Acrop dl tobacco von the Louisville brs4IslaatweeIc at an ayera e Iorayin cente lUoac iuppdse that insects st h1 butterfiys crickets arid V1it rs1ppers hays ever been so 0 y Or4oesiuce the days of Nos h tlIkyare now 4ibe material that gcis jM MaXitigpf your pancakes sIiterscllcaArmsirongS rl fJrtf fSJDLYII has Jlaunched out tjjittbtbt Jocky world Well enouglJ 5Jue br oppoiLion Inhi life vi t to-Mi th6f ipri i2k44 was Itf batuiday fQrtb tSSS t t t few hogs1 SccontInuesL4i42s iyy 11sd hiii cOl1ai11 isi iisw rio owin4 to b- Jtf jp I roth T r ing tQ pass through the agonies matrimony Mr J W Graham received a message Saturday relaVtog the death of his cousin Mrs TEen dren the funeral trill be con ducted at Grape Vine church Sunday morning at 11 otclock Several correspondants havi been kind eoouth to caution me to boon the alert in consequence of Typhoons and siroccos But only for the sake of my coat I snpp se So last Tuesday I considered their advice good and with each fork of my coat tail pmned together around the post I slipped to the groundBillBrains Nicked Samuel Blrehof By A Mad BrainsJJ1 bad a most narow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightfohaorc that developed but at iast Bucklens Arnica Salve cured tIt lofulcersl cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on eaitb Try it 25cat Haydon Robertson I Rockbridge S Mr Berry Scruggs t of Decatur 111is visiting his brother Mr W P Scruggs who we are sorryto report yery lloiw at this writing During the wind storm here Wednesday afternoon the barn I J with the best in stack on mail orders oU5 to miles EouiSYilles Greate- stVepartment Store tenand Childrens High Grade Shoes TAN PUMPS AND Tan Suede Pumps perfectr widths Priced 400W- OMENSBENCHMADE SHOES Tart Buck 3button Russia Calf and the Countless Latteman Mur rays latest styles rf C AfV Pricedat 4pO lv GIRLS vamplastPriced at BABIES SHOES white canvas- or patent leather ankle strap or button shoes made on nature- 00toIChildre Trimmed I CLOSEFITTING TURBANS I trimmed in small ornaments rib bans etc in black blue burnt white regular 250 I 150Il cwhitei a 4 0 4l W tV1a h SIZE VESTS white neck no sleeves AND EXTRA SIZE almost perfect lisle thread- shirts with silk drawstrings i neck no sleeves beautiful thin quality of lisle worth 25c 35c C on Mr Levi Satterlys place where Mr Grant Scott lives vas blown down Nothing was de stroyed in tho barn Mr Scotts buggy which was com pletely Oh you little Bill Brains think I have found von out at last I wonder it you Bloomington last weeR Miss Viola Vice of Martins Vslle Ind who is visiting Messrs Garret nd Gabe Clark will begin a spring school at the school house at first Monday In May will continue a couple of months was there such a crOwd i for many there was last Hamilton and Powell 0 preached at the Baptist church Service were herd in the morning and after noon also a bountiful dinner was served and everyone spent Ia pleasant day Misses May and Jessie Crouch and brother Luke spejifrSatur day at the home of W 8S Smith and on Sunday accompanied by Maggie and Jerrv Smith and Zack Barnett attended church at Rose Mr Doc Kays little boy hap pened to a Rprious at his grand fathsrs Mr D Keeling While bi grandmother and mother were MaiPordere promptly and carefully fillefl values and purchases ormore we pay for warding charges points within 200 1 100 WOMENS OXFORDS Oxfords Pumps GROWING OXFORDS 300 and TAN AND PUMPS we have just re ceived a new of the popular 4eyelet Gibson Ties on wide hightoe lat with medium heel also a splendid shade of Tan Russia Pumps These styles at INFANSS STRAP ratent leather or white canvas FitzU Strap Slipper with turn ed sole sizes 5 to 8 j Pri p STRAP SLIP PERS black velvet square edge turn sole Sizes llf to 2 250 sizes 8f to 11 200 djl CA sizes 5 to 8 P1 LITTLE GENTS SCOUT SHOES sizes to to 1 in olive and black tnis shoe has no equal for service Priced d at I red but low and St two JV ROUGH STRAWS AND PANA MAS trimmed in Persian scarfs velvet ribbons novelty straw bows etc colors Prices MISSES HATS in rough straws with high crown trimmed in rib dark blue burnt and red 350 values JJO QQ On sale at p i7O i jij ILWe buy these goods direct from the and you at the lew prices oXdT5t1i 13c- l IIIIEXTRA 14013c are gecondsV I 15at pure except demoishedS accompa iedyourcmauto Hockbridgetho whereat 1Never WilUsburg Sunday Louisville accident last- Sundy WOMENS OXFORDS shipment pricedSSLIPPERS edat5 125 CHILDRENS 200 II Hats all 50cdown bonsjIn manufacturers to following extremely AMERICAN LISLE THREAD VESTS low neck no sleeves full sizes very soft and elastic On I each SWISS RIBI3EDVESTS white 10dozenSILK LISLETHREAD VESTS white mercerized low neck short sleeves extra sizes priced at 39c 25cdozenWHITE LISLE THREAD VESTS hemstitched neck arm regular value 39c on s at 275 per dozen each 25f1dII WHITE GOODS WHITE VOILE this is a fine quality of 36inch Imported Wash Voile with small raised nub yarn in the weave giving the fabric an 5saleOp MERCERIZED BATISTE as a leading spocial we offer a beautiful sheer silky Mercerized English Batiste full 45 inches wide and never sold for less than 75c a yard fiOfsale price SSSSSSENGLISH BATISTE this fabric waa imported by us from ihe Tootal BroadhurstLee Co and is a 4vincb highclass fabric that 35cpncel WASH GbODSS E2 ZEPHYR GlNGHAM Your choice of200 pieces of 32inch Domestic Zephyr Dress Ginghams Inludin the wellknown Keriffew Carlton brands also nlot of striped imported Scotch Ginghams y 2ardC SILtQ JAPONmTE the hew printed mercerized was fabrlc over fifty designs and colors to choose from a rregular 20c material sale price peryard I 15C DRESS GDNGHAMSrgbod Dress Ginghams for veydai wear aad school dresses Very large range of patterns and color combina priceJerpitterna J C in the kitchen the child had pulled a chair up to the mantle where he got hold of a small bottle of Iodineaadrank the contents A dpctor was summoned at once but b fore he ar rived the obild bad revived and we are glad to rep rLflS on the road to recovery Say Pulliam your news was good you must come real ofLenj Ithiok your nam ught to be jSvceet Child for if I am nO- bmklakenin who it s you are a girtevery one loves Guess IMd belt r quit and give space for Billst letter to be 80Iinteresting So long until next BULt3rlyLSaved His Mothers bile Four doctors bad Jjiven me upi writesMrs Lauta Gaincs of Avoca Laj and my cnildren and all my frieudp were looking pr me to die when my son insisted Ijhat I use Elec trie Bitters 1 did so and they have done nje a world of good I will al ways praise them Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women that are troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney ditfor ders Use them and Olin new health strength and vigor Theyre guaran teed to satisfy or t obey refunded Only 50c at Bay don Robertson HillsboVb rMr S G RedtJicks was iin Moorsyille SaturdaTy Mrs John Armstrong and daughter pint Srturday after noon with Mr anc1Mrs Ed Han by Mr Erastus Petitios and fam ily spent Saturday night with the family of Mr Sabe Coulter J M Shielc sand family IMr Sunday with the family of Mr John Armstrong Mr Johnnie fatherly and family pEnt Satu day and Sun day wiTh her bro her Mr Ed Hanbv aid wife cfBeechland Miss Myrile Ar strong spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister Mrs E astus Perkins Mr Coleman Settles and family spent Su day afternoon with Mr and Mri Josh Hale I Mr Sabe Jouteriatid son Cecil spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy SqottIMr Clarence Derringer is at fhis homeafter a ung stay with his father ofmea Sharpsville Mrs John Armstrong speut Monday with tbeifamily bf Mr Hahn of near Cliaplin Severall from this place were in Willfsburg Sunday Miss Mattie Shields spent Saturday morning vith her sister Mrs Sabe Coultjr of near here Miss EJessie parr was the- If pleasant guest of her stepmother If Mrs H Coufter Little Zelma Jrovv spent Sun day with her grandnn1JMrs Tim Corn 1WIlling tqpo His Share A little lad train one of the bat slums was Invited with about 2voth trs to a charity Inner gien at the house of a lady of fashionable society When dinner was over the lady asked the little ones tc sing or recite In turn All went well intll It came to the guest answered cant sing lad Come Tommy let me Lear you sing After a momen s pause the young guest allsweredJJ cant song lady What said tie lady you cannot sing Then what c in you do Tommy Well snld T mmyJ aint use ter singing but Ill fight any of the other kltls In the roomStrny Sto rica Taking No Chances SheOh Toni papas going to glv 01tnretefltm bU well have the ceremony at nooni7rs d or four oclcck Shenut why deal Hel3anks close nt threo Stories SunsetBedtimef f r the Children time for every child care of age When the chickens go to roost and twilight begins to deepen the country babys head begins to droop and he is ready for his cot The raore nervous tows baby who has n thing for an ex ample except the mn and who at anj ratp on rainy days la used to twilight atmosphere at midday seldom wishes to go to bed with the chickens It he lives In An apartment he must hear drifting down the hail tho tantali zing voices of his elders at dinner and the smell of savpry things from the kitchen greets his nostrils But hard as it must seem the city mother must have even moro rigid rules about bed time than the country mother Her child Is ata greater disadvantage in the flrsi place In not living where Jie can breathe the purest air In the midst of healing country sights and sounds The distractions of city life are numerous and so varied that city bred children need mere repose than chil dren In smaller towns of the country between 6 and 6l0 oclock they should be undressed and put to bed CASIORIArfThans I Thi Jii Y oJ IYlAIwIfl Mh- Beart1e Sgnataeoti rjj t rr Public Servke Season tJ- 91911 jI I At H Thurmans Farm Springfield Ky I 1Ir Bourdons Best 1495 1 Chestnnt 154 Handst Foalded 1906 I By Bo rb 1st dam eryChIefJudy Oliver 640T by JtedClgud 2197 I 2nd dam by Wilsons King 2196 3d dam by Sims Clark Chief 2575 I horsebreeding 4th dam by LeGrand 746 t Best in orQut of Kentucky j tIe jis a you g hore untried hence the future alone can tell what he wilt show ring or in the stud We are breeding I1Bourdons and expect to givQ him every opportunity to make to breed up to his I promise well find it out quickly andII Fee 25 To Insure a Living Colt t fI iI I 1IIti 2d dam Mrs Cooper by RedBiJJr3d darn Wood by Blue Jeans 3 I QingKJofsmooth QFeeJack 0 DiamondsS We thinkthis is a great jack Look at him if you dont like him I lopkat bis colts then if you don t like him theres something wrung 1with you or the jack Fee 10 to Insure Colt II dual Jackheand has proven Governor himself a great breeder Billy He will serve mares at I10 tq Insure THURMAN a Living Colt PETERS j I SPRINGFIELD KY 1T OL t LUCK OF SNAPSHOT ARTIST Secured Photograph of Attempted As sasslnatlon Which Appeared in 3000 Publications The most remarkable press picture ever obtained was undoubtedly the photograph of the actual exploding of the bomb whlfch was thrown at the king and queen of Spain on the occa sion of their Majesties wedding It was secured by an operator for one of the largest firms of press photograph ers The photograph proved a veritable gold mine for It appeared In close on three thousand publications Including of course foreign Colonial and Amen can journals The photograph was secured more or less by a piece of good luck says the Btrand The operator was on a stand with his camera in the placo allotted to him by tile police waiting for the procession to appear the camera was placed facing down the streetup which the procession was to come From the moment it came in sight until the royal carriage was wlthlb about thirty yards of him the operator secured three pictures He theirread justed the camera so as to get a good picture of the king and queen In their carriage whjch was about ten yards from him At the same Instant as the operator pressed the ball and exposed a plate a dark ob ject was hurled at the royal carriage from a balcony window and then fol lowed instantly a blinding flash and a noise like a thunderclap The opera tor was hurled halfstunned to the ground his camera following him Vvhen he was able to stand bo saw a terrible scene below him The large crowd was stampeding in all directions Ant one luckless enough tofallin that storm of rushing humanity was Instantly trampled to death and several did fall Some thirty people in nil were killed on that occasion of whom at least half were simply crashed or trampled to death In tho panic that followed on tho explosion It is very remarkable that all the plates In th operators camera werb broken with the exception of the last onE he had exposed which depicted tbo actual scene at the moment of the explosion SOME FIFTH CENTURY JESTS j Anecdotes Taken From Joke Book Complied by Grok Student In Fifth Century The following anecdotes are taken ffbma volume of jests compiled byn Greek student of Alexandria Hler odes by namo in the fifth century A D A learned man wishing to swim Van jfearly drowned whereupon ho swo- rethvould never touch watcrzg1j until hefrne u roiOf twin brothers one died A profes sor thereupon meeting tho survivor asked la It you that died or your Jbrother A scholar meeting another of the profession sald1 heard you were dead And yet replied the other you see that I am stlU alive Well1 said tho first in perplexity dont know what to believe for the man who told me about It is a much moro truth ful man than you A professor a bald man and a barber traveling together agreed tq keep watch in turn four hours each while the others slept The barbers turn came first Ho quietly shavedthe heacj of the Bleeping professof and when the time elapsed awoke him The latter scratching his head as he gotup and finding it bare cried out Wnat a rascal that barber 1st Ho waked thd bald man Instead or mel Shoes fiunjmep and Winter Handsome Walter Clarkson for many years the star pitcher J ttfl old Harvard college team ia now the manager of ole of Clevelands big shoe stores The other day tho once great college twirlerJw appealed to by a man who asked Can you tell me why these patent leathers have cracked so badly probably was the reply you bought them in the winter Then it Is not bard to explain In tho summer a shoe will fit Itself to every foot In the winter a six or eight dollar pair of shoes is ruined by few days of cold weather k HIS NOSE WAS SAFE IBut Hit Nerves Were In a State ci Cold Chili Collapse j wall slttlffg on the veranda of a mining town hotel one uftcruouti a good mauy ears ago said a vytenin njlneer oitd was lazily brooking out of the nicest meerschaum pipes you ever saw when out of tiC tall of my rye saw thnt a bad tWill down att t hl other end of the rqruutla iiaa his gun sighted at ins Thy were a wild ltot ellITbb chances were in favor of the Ipille however and it seemed good to test mynene made my mind to let him shoot ami tp pro thud u careless air but Im telling you in the ten or fifteen seconds of wunu the sweat came out at every pore and my heart pounded my rills sore lrclt tiiepipeIthat a bullet hud prnjtd through the ptpe lgot a brace with my binds and feet and waited for a second bullet t and It went through the bowl after the Srst I Kt there until bin fourth bn theItunterod up to me and lau hlnglI said Excuse me stranper but i thought It was imitation Same nsybu are replied My gibe butt him but be was man enough to teU everybody about my nerve and rlie boys chipped In utO cleat nuggets to buy me a new Oft dollar pipe Say do yon know what impponcd to me when made an ex ewe to go upstairs after my old cornI cob I had no sooner pot Into my room than my knees gave out chill galloped up my spine and Ill be hang 3d It didnt faint away anq lie tficro for ten minutes It laid sutienly 0Iucred to me thntttit bipwl of that pipe was only six Incuts train my noa while lit fejlow was doing his shoot- ug and have not yet got over touch uiy nasal organ now and then tr to If iLis safe SklJUj by Jan van Huysen In the museum at The Hague was recently injurdd but it is believed that the perpetrator was neither Vanda nor thleL Tho picture represents a basket of fruit on which a number of Insects have gathered On a pale yellow ap 119which la the centerpiece In the cluster of fruit is a large fly painted so true to nature say the officials of tho gallery that the canvas was InJurpd by some one who endeavored shoo OJbandtribute to the painters genius says the letter recording tbf it IntI w d pr ta Srrer The Only Roe for Him TVfpId Thomas Vht o you tInk old pal A5 swell guy approached me poaterday an wanted me ter act Iba movlri1 picture ploy Languid Lawrence Sufferln hobos An why didnt yer yer Idiot Torpid ThomasThere wuznt no dlttl 1part in the drama he was per NewYork Water Power New York states total water poorer wUhbut Including that of the Niagara and St Lthvrence rivers has been eat mated nt l60000bhorse power Eight Hundred and eighty thousand of this Is undeveloped The New York water supply commission has recently rtcom mended that the state expend 20DOfc to develop this water power which it estimates would return an annual profit of 1400000 4 Too Much oj a Strain I dont think grand opera in Eng Hah wijl lb9any improvement You dont No IVheri I go to a grand opera in French I know J cant understand what theyr singing and I take it easy But the strain to try to understand English as the grand opera stars will sing it will jus about drive me crazy rHlaOidJbp Have you nevei done any work asked the considerate lady as she cu the third piece of ple Yea maam replied Hungry Hank I used to work at bossln me chant feur an me Valet I was a nab b i them days njftcam I 1I JL II Protect Your Prop rtyY2 Spring is now here WIth iti I Ughtnirg and thunder your hqfuse Aiid property by I prottltl 1I IiIi Ii I property is immune from lightning I when properly rQdded byus I Cdll and let us demonstrate It to you r l lJSt tz Cleaver1 e iIrrI t f tI e 5iTtKNOiji FAfcMfj 1 r f RED LIGHT No 2272 HJr fSinV0LVIASHflA trI SiWbj LigntfooJ Brjimmell 3324 hie by wBeau BramineU Dam Daisy plen 7621 A SB B An by C C Can1B Glen Broolc DESCRfpTiON Red Sofrell stripe ip face two short tock ngs s 1534 handsl weight 1109jvery smoothe head and neck like a ge1tings Notablemisn not It weakvsnot about him Seven years oldir been a own in harnesi rings roadster rings five vgaited saddleS comblhed rings dcuble teanirinS anQ was sbQW1When rrHas year od for best stallion and three of his colts get of thatyea he onlyjthree colts and he won that In 1910 he made his first 4 show at Hajrdin county lar and lost He won first every show he Imade thE Iimaindeio tljie show season iincluding the Pembro1ce i Horse Sho Ky State I air and Tenn State Eajr He made his Jast show at the Horse Show at ClarksviUe Tenn and won first 200 harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with horses in tl e ring He isibreeding very strong after himself threefourt tis of his colts pro sorrelg and good gaited 1 have mtheJJ yearold so Tel stud by himthat I think without a doubt is th prospect inj Kentucky intichbetter than his sirt atthe Here you lave a chance tjo bredto ahorsei that Is colored right i bred right breeds right gaited right and is tight and the price is Jright He has proven himself to be a winning show horse In thefbest company ye have iin Kenjtucky and Tennessee He will make the season of 1911 at Knob Creek Stock Farm Ruc county at 25 To insure a Living Colt i t Mares kept on pasture at 2 per month If fed grain wjll 3 charged fe r cost vwutlr attend to ths business myself so proper fcare will I e taken but 1 will not be responsible should any msgJ occur j S J THOMPSON IHodgen r file RP D No 3 iAthertonvil1J Ky = J r 1b4wh 1IM4i LwLwIwIbNohfe Oenmapk11 i iIthe Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the Kentujckyi I IYI Champion Saddle Horse Thornton Star 2d dana by by Artist and out of a Mont Rose mare i tofiJ horse of j pod action both at rack and trot and strictly sound Last year with little local training ne proved hImself a successful show I horse in good company As a brqeder his first teeson of colts Von first mid ecdhd ties at our last felt lie 4nd his colts Won the led premiums 0 McDonald and other noted show horses has had Noble Denmark in training the pastwjntet and says he is the best gaited Highland JDnmark heever saw also there was not Ii iier horse within 100 miles of exiogton Josh B Bowlea saYl he Is the1est type fjor a three gal tdStallion he knows of Matt Cohfijv said he Tesembled and was gaited very Much like the champion saddle horse Star McDonaW f tI ask owners of good hfares to study his breedinggaits hi4 in dividuality and soundness compare him to any other horse before breeding elsewhere Your motto should be always breed to the best I and you now who keeps the best for I have owned the only StaUfens in Washi gton county thafchave sired a premium colt for the last ten years Your pasXpatronage has been appreciated AShd ask foraicon1 tinuance hI same US I believe I am offering a stlioa which hs no superior win stapdSAt2O4IflsureaLjyingCt JfrMoiite W OOu jjI 141flalso stand the weU known breeder Monte Weoaio 00rknown a the horse V S Iiibbs had In the stud for several tAJltWho tied him hked1m He was siredby Dashweo ie 1yI 4t C sin b9r and 1st dm by Mark Dil1Dond 49 Mosits Ws f dan b Edwin Forrest lie is a dark bay 15 hands 3 it i a f m D1 a and now hu animkcrff ugOO ma saniIg f 3 n fee I wil stand iuy two mule Jacks tfiiPnsu livifaiULJ to this stock traded off or bred to oUer 1oclc iff ilue Mares pastured at 42 00 per month tIIMares 4 ttI i B B LEACHMAN SpringfiA i t i 1 EVERY 8SINtSS MJIN- tf Kcognizea th6 importance of conducting all business detailsby j telephone bpUi local and longTlistiuiceJ It J ecbnomy In saving f of time and4icmey Unexeclled telephone servic can be hdover the lineOfIhe CumberlandTelephone and Tejegniphj Cot PWr Lenglistaue connections to all important ipoints in th United StatuS rates reasonabe service thebeSt CUMBERLAND TBtEPHONETELEGRAPH CPMPANY 1 IacOporate4ii 5 vsm WE J DlNEL BOONE DlE AJ4f 4T I I II jjjnjjjbYCjjjsjjojj r 4 7 II IDRS ft U0RTQHRJI- SICNENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN sloCki p taJra UPRlKGfl tSDi KY AH Dentall Work Strictly cFiritclass DRJC4WDLJ PljiiciiB ud a 09W htr SlrgeQDJ1 l inY Offices over HayduaV Lgtoir 1 It Lampion MD rOftkeIIOieralltaseI Oftlccfrhoiie No S Residence No 38 t p WFGR1BY ATTORNEY AT LAW t OOOTer Peoples B nkv SPRINGFIELD KY HYATTiover Drua- v Store Office hours Hyatt 1030- ftm to 12 in 4 0to5 pmi 0 JOHNY MAYfS 4FUNEIIAI viCTOll tAIi LlCENSEO EMBAlMR TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 baiI 7 DRW FTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydojv Barber fd Pental work reasonable prices T I 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIBLb BYJ 1t Railroad ScheduleteFollowing is the time schedule t now in effec on tie Bafdstpwti and Springfield branch railroad fc Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p mr i Bardstown Junction v 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p mt neSv f lNo 42 Leaves SpringfielSl ItJ r 600 am i Bardstown 645 amt i Bardbtown Junction 730 amJJarlve at Louisvllfe 820 a m No 43Leaves Louisville aJ720 am Bardstown JQDctic 55am Bardstown 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1 140 P m No 44rLeayes Springfield a Lth 100 ipm Btujlstown 220 pIII Bardstown Junction 410 p mfI t wrlyeBJ atJbbmsville 545p n J izr r utaiiI Shade Trees 34 r Strawberry Plants Asparagus BlackberiIs Rasp berries Roses Rhubard etc I Write for free cataloguel We 7avenoagents 1 H P Jl l ll1el r Son tLexirgtori Ky l 1 Encouragemente4pWellM said one art critic I think IJ our ff6rta have improved the display i of public statuary In one rcajwol What lsthntrt You dont see wooden Indians In xlrqnt of cigar stores any more ISuchIi Life W llxou are famous now my boy Tour old landlord has placed a tablet tpn fire house you occupied so many yetra fithatsoi 1 lt Awhile Lwaa there rIir SetaHot Pace rho FrlendHjive you used your j flying machlnol f The Inventor Nd but my wifp has She used It for kindling Jnst J week- i Its Jaalot 1 xefiri9 hobble skirt as afi hlfhly reformatory agntI1 1 MHbw do you make that out Because It compels one to walk In 7 the straight and narrow paUL 1 tcorckeraJ Preference1 f Automobillng Isnt eo good In cplif weather in warm Is IU iJetterrep1ed Mr Ohuggln8vprfr 1 Tide4 ite cbld nough to keep the c atztaliIEst titooVi ADetgerows Crossing AwdrwiW the forbnq tcilor az eneMy trill sbortIl roes your path OeetQtIotb thutomolUatl1a- ope L te loss it whore there tiSttt tay L I TOWN th 0wifr ra tnn uLocal Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latest I AIIAboutYourseir Friendsj i and Acquaintances P 1Bheaperthancyer wUfTohnson Wathen Shader have Jus9receweda beautiful Iiieof untrimmed hats 1a1l me your ordef and I will Oil jt to your satisfaction Will Johnson J t pasturtgladi yepryouWill Johnson Sailors in red blue tan andhblack atw1Wthen Shasers tTQeWill Johnson The ladies of the New Hope Baptist church wills rvp a court y r dinner on county court hi1 Dr W a Powell Secretiryp of Baptist State Board of Mis i woDson last Sunday nightCI will be in Mackville Saturday May 6thj with flowers and plants Phone me what you want Will Johnson FoH SALE Qne John DeRre ofornp1antergobd check rower or hand drop cost 40 willsell cheap Jr K Walls 99 SprinfeGeld Ky rr2 Call on Wathen Shader foeverything and anything You want in millinary and jyou will find it at the right p plriceFtor pastry and nice white cake Ben Johnson Flour youJ ghould take But fur biscuit and nice light bread Whito Rose Flour5 is far ahead Fresh PatternsSRemember we have frash pat rns every Saturday i Mrs Williams Fifth Saturday and Sunday meeting of Central Association will bold Its sessions with thc Springfield Baptist church on xt Saturday and Sunday The meeting will commence at 930 Saturday morning Rev A p Graves will preach on Saturday morning and Rev R L Purdom Sunday mnraicg All are rdially invited to attend these seryices yTbee World held a reception on st Thursday night at their hall r the members i their wives or sweethearts Almost every mem Vr was in attendance and the in tifeveryi t I have increased rapidly in men ersbip since the camp was orr ganized and now numbers about 100 active members 6 Sun in EclipsehOn next Friday the people will bavo an opportunity to wit ness an interesting phenomeucn when the sun will go into clipse The eclipse will be total In some parts of the world but with us it wiil be only partial It will Iooccur shortly before sundown and the sun will probably set tpsed thus making darknessSficoma a little earlier than usual I B taset The Fans will have an oppor ttunity of witnessing a good bas ett ball game at High School l Park whenlheteam from Bardstown will cross bats with the Spring deld55game will ba called at 3 pm IfAdmission 25 icents Ladies free v Flowers arid Plants rV t will be in Springfield VTec1 nesry May 3 with a nice lot of 1lowtrsthe Court House GEoR MAILY- Notice All persons indebted otbe tbrrnofG D JRobertsod Co arerequestedr to call and ehe at onceai we are out of btisinrso now and our bQoBs mut tbe lgsdSG D ROBERTSON C 0 J1 TO PI G8f 1 I I IRet W HWilliams officiated afternoon at the wed ding pf Mr Tlomas Matherly Ito Miss Lizzie Bos Mr Math 1vrlyiserlvotthe Texas neighborhood and isa hustling young farmer The bride isa daughter of MrI Richard Best Who llives near town and is a popular young la ertlyPileComstock Mr John Comstock and Miss Claudia Pile were married at St RoseThursday afternopn at 430 MrIand Mrs Turn Comstock and is a ell known and industrious young farmer while his bride who is a daughter of Mr5 and Mrs Clel Pile is an attractivei and popular young lady with ma iy friends After the cere mqny a reception was held at the h agOmeday a bountiful dinner was servedI to the wedding party and a few friends at the home df the grooms 19isheshildThe infant child of Mr and M Sprsof pneumonia Iwas just six weeks old and the pride of its parents who have thesympathy many friends in their loss Burial was at St Dominies Sunday 1Thompson Mrs John H Thompson diedI at Corbin last week Mrs Thompson was fifty four years of age and well known here having resided between this ace arid Lebanon for many jjearts She is survived by her husband and four children Her husband is a hrothec of Messrs R D and Geo Thompsdu of this place Pied Indianapolis Mrs Dian VanArsdale died at Indianapolis Iud on last Friday he was the widow of the late Abe VanArsdale indwJS welSknown and highly regarded in thy spearsis county having for maul Mr VanArsdale was the manager of the old flour mill Seated on the creek near that place Combs v Mrs Pearl Combs died at her hume near FrederidkstownTues day night of consumption Mrs Combs was prior to her marriage a Miss Fowler being a daughter of Mf Joe P Fowler When a oung woman she wasunited in marriage to Mr Fred Combs w lwithseVEn children suryivts 8 Mrs Combs was a woman puss essir g in a large degree all those characteristics which serve to eudear her to friends and rela ves a faithful and dutiful wifednd affectionate mother Funeral services will be con ducted at St Rose this m6rningi Tingle Mrs Sarah TJngle died at the ome of her daughter Mrs W aarrenon last Saturday after a long illness from a complication Od f diseases Mrs Tingle was 7 years of age and a daugnter of Lawson Curtsingerf deceased the Texas neighborhood where sliewas raised She was married twice her trstwarniageMoore Her last marriage was o Mr Jas fingle whoalso preceded hrto the grave She was the mother of Messrs Arthur andL R Moore ofa this county Burial sel vices were held Sun = re1mains COCIsistent1 ITbisYcomthuniy last week wheh it became known that Wm H Oneal had been victim of the windstorm on lastI Wednesday evening Mr Oneal was an engineer on the L N Railroad between Cpvirfgton and Uorbin and was JUtbe discharge of his duties when the unf rtunate accident occurred which cost hire his life They weie speeding along theIj rdck n aV Cnfriana shortly alter the windstorm when a tree 1 was noticed lying on the trsolc ClOSJ Lutl J IU lU 5ISIS iml sillle to tOt the tjaij time 0 avoid a c ash IIt sems that a large limb bf the tree was pointed in the direction of the engine and this crashed through the cab striking tthje nn ortunate young man oq the head killing him instantlyj Bis r Jatives here were tele airivedbereat the Presbyterian thnrrh lburial was in Gemeteryl l Hill Mr One al was a son of Mtandis J R Oneal a 1ndm l spect was a fidp engineer baring a special gift in operating aehinl y His unfortnnate and isi fr ix VfiDsndsVf I IWefriends for their kindnes during our recent bereayement JR ONeal and f mily ItAflIt r claimsII alust the estate of GO w Icr deceased win presentsame properJy proven to the under Spring1field11 at vfbich time I will settle my accounts and distribute said tate His April 261911 spFELIxTAYrolt of George w Taylor rinfield Kv rfd 2 = SCN L Attorney Effing ofljibuisville w daasMr J Walter Riedeirbff Lotus w ecTasMr Geo Mock of Burdstown was here Monday I Mr J M Sturgeon left yes terday for his home inNorth Carolina j Eon W C McChorfd was in Lebanon Tuesday n Hon T S Mays was in is Bardstown Tuesday Mrs PatlCellv entertained at eucbre Tuesday ItuMrs W F Morani of Valley Hill vs the guest pff Mrs Mwe Reedt Tuesday Miss May belle Gibbs of teSbelriguestending a few day in LubitnoriDu Mrs S H Bishot is the guest of ttmf her sister Mrs Win Hatfield Mrs H B Bonta and MM allas Pink tonrf Mt Zion oflthT vi VISittedhSunday 1FMr Tom Fur k ttd Duncan of Loui yilleMrCbasI tiuestsMrs Mary RI Hughes of Bloomfield is the guest of her daughter Mrs WL W Ray Mr Silas Logsacn who suffer a stroke of paralysis is no better I IhohMrwhasj week U consideijably improved Mr Ralph McGill pf Louis ville is visiting His parentsMrwl nd Mrs S C McGill Mrs C W EIiIahof Lebanon is the guest of Miss Bertha Hay on Mr and Mrs J A B6ulware and son Rickets were in Louis MyHlej Mr R H Ejelen of Bards own was hereiondayM MrJ L fluhe1or Bloom and field was iin to I wIMis Jas AJJen of Bloomfield spent Monday with her sister H M Lhr 3 i I 1 SIP HI NGFIElD SKATlftG i RINK 1 I W1DL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC t Iof1 19111Ourt 9 1l1tt noV e one of the largest and best skating rinks in Kentucky V 11 tI Learn To Skatfe and 1 I k I be preparedto compete for some of the handsome prizes to E given f away during f 1aTHEII- It C WCAMDEN PM MARTIN ifLA B1RN- II IIIIIt It = rJ Mr John S McElroy Jr of Central University spent Sun day here Mr and Mrs C D Minor eptSurnlay in Perry ville Mr Ben Edetenj wife and daughter of Birmingham Alacare the guests of his sister Miss Carrie Edeldn SMiss Mabel Price and Mrs Hugh Lee Smith spent yester in LebanonoMrs M Fitzgerald has return from Loufsville Miss Serena Blanford of Lot isville is the guest of Miss Mary Gleason and Miss Minnie Blan ford Mrs Ernest Thompson of vesjlJEreMiss Celia Smut of Chicago the guest ol Miss Carrie Edelen Miss Eleanor Duncan has re rned from Louisjile MrV L Smith spent last ek in Louisville Mrs A L Ienkinsand daugh r of Cincinnati Ohio will arke Saturday for a viit to herf parents Mr and Mrs Gl D ncan Misses Eulah and Lizzie Wam en of BardstownJuriction are rlauveslcherer Miss Margie Thompson has returned to Louisville after aJi 1isittMr Richard wathen Jr of- acdstown H Junction was here iday Miss Lavinia OConnor was e guest of Miss Mabel Price Saturday and Sunday Hardes yILittle Mary Yancy returned me Sunday after spending a eek With her grandmotber l Mrs Lucy S tie Miss Tavie Goodlett came home from Lexington Friday j ieresbe has been in college Mr Edgar Gray and Mr and Mrs S G Hardesty wore in Springfield Saturday afternoon Mrs Dell Lewis and son Mrs BG Hardesty and Mrsll Mollie Williams and daughter is Faunie spout one day l lastc week with Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mr Frank Carney and sisterI iss Ella spent Saturday night Sunday with J R Gray a dtt 1Missi85i0i meeting at the Wllhs1 4I LOT SALE- H i II ONr4 Satu day April 29 1911s I Will SeI- lt I MCE BUILDING LOTS to I q Opposite High School Court and just above gradedl l I IIJtfThese face I s M qAMP 8 ELL Auctioneer SV I111 I J JL t burg Baptist church Sunday af ernoon Little I athryn Williams re lurned to her home at Midway Sunday after spen ing a week with her grandmother Mrs Eliza Mitchell She waSac mprmied by her grandmother Mr Walter L wIt wife and son A B were iin Sptin field Thursday sbopping Mr airshalLThomDSon called n hs best girl at Pine Grove BI ioday afternoonpMr Joe Fuel was in our midst Monday inspec ing the telephrjd lline Morris CarneY and bother visited Jimmie Cbeser Saturday night and FJunday Mr S liHardasty and son attended churcu at Mt Zion Sunday CLEVER WOMEN Always Keep Their Hair Fascinating and FreeS from Dandruff t r Almost everybody hi Springfield nows that there is no preparation or the hair that cancompare with Parisian Sage It cures dandruff stops falling bair and itching scalp in twos weeks or back It puts radiance and luster into that J lifeless hair that many wome Idu and does it in a fqw days IOn March 25 1910 Lulu D FIxoJ i Va wrote Parisian Sagre is a wonderful han restorer it stop ed my hair from falling out and stop ped m dcilp from Itching also cured the dandruff Parisian Sge is soldby yaydon jjc Wiilett for 50 cents t large bottle Fenwick IMr and Mrs Bob Gravis and familyf spent from Friday until Sunday at Burgin Miss Maggre Smith and Mrcs Bob Shewmaker speot Sunday Li a 131Mr131j ed a position with the Cumber j land Telephone Co at Spring field j Mr J R McAllister sold to Will Sweeney a cow for 845 Mr Elmer Anderson isinn very serious condition and very little hopes pf his recovery Mrs Lizzie Anderson was ailed to the bedside of ber I brother Mr Silas Logsdon who is very ill wth apoplexy Miss Mary Rose Janes enter j tainedat euchre Saturday ng Mr Julia Polin and son htII Allister viaited Saturday Mr and Mrs J R Mr and Mrs MUte Barker spent Thursday at the home of Mrs George Ann Anderson Rumor reports a wtdding soon Ifrroo guess vright you have an invitation r4ralid Mrs Joe Polin were the pleasant gu stsoi Mr and rs J R McAllister Sunday Little Marie Graves iis on the ick list Forgelmenot Never Out of Work The bns1estilttle things efftrmade re Dr Kings New Lila Pills lvcry ill is a sujfarcoatedjglobuleof health th at changes Weakness Into strengib languor Into energy brainfag into ental poyer curing qoustlpatlons eadache1 Chills Djspeysia ilalarfa Only 25c at llaydon and Robertson QhildreIGYFDIfLETCIIEaS ji- jCAST0 RIA1I I = i 1 1lfjjor4Uke j i our pfSIiIi i 1 i breedand r They WM Make Yapt p- JHungry t Ii JJrf t p it r and if you taRe some home the nlyrilIbkuyou Everything from Lowneys Chocalates to ours itspecial mince pie is the bast of its Kind wholesome y well made and perfectly delicious 1F GiveusacaU 1 r 44- FffZGRALD5llERTLEIN tawjLL II fQo I The fcelebrated1 t Brownji ififPiVI f Iam Com6in d CUItivatOrTt Ii Thebestontheinarkt- f f iAC KIMBAll iM l iJ t 1 O HATCHEiT N5tv 1 = irim J fIPtimpS Tilling Piurnbiugg i lloi i Water andSteam eatrdg ASiECIALTYS Give usia tritl All work r RIPt SerYlce SPRiNGFIELD KY S Bi inalmyj1lnce jtownj Symp 6tfs BJiacK Spanisb Jack Sn d outtof jjjnhet sired by Rapier ifgk be Ijy pov Wood L1en pjoiatdOn ajl colts to equre ii meqt 6f seryice foe y WI T pSi dfl9iuinspectioh your li1bp5mpsfIjiipped inantp- coea ifp wJtnPt Fiui- dT RobertEOn T Midnight in tl Oiirk and yet sleepless JEUrion Spwintoii ol J JSCjay City Ill cugh S and cougkd Hfe was In the tHWwtains oatheYWkp 9f flye doctorswkt said fee bad con sumption but fonncU help lha tbSclimate and fetarte home Beail fof Dr KjggTi lIew DWotery ke lie gan to Qsedt fceUcTcit saved wy life he wrItesstforJt iuale manpstolmeS tQthat tli JS 4ood worugain l II t- eac i J croup h ct i Ie Ii i1it Mghaa itn5tke 11k ssIe7iPrice ell Ire ertaocft r r wStr t aa r r 7 Ti After the Grippe III am rnich pleased lo be able to write and thank 1Ofowh Cardui has done for meu writes Mrs Sarah 1 OiUiLand of SUer CIty N C AList February I had the Grippe which left me in iwd shape Before that I had been bothered With female a trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cureil At last I began to take Cardui1I have taken only face battles but it has done me more good than all the doctors TOT than any other nedicine I ever took c gs ARDU11 e The TonicsFor the aftereffects of any serious illness like the Grip dardui is the best tonic you canuse Jf builds strength steadies the nerves improves the appetite regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health t Tardui is your best friend if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has i t JleI youRememberIngredients in anyother medicine for they are not for sale l c Jaany drug store except In the UUdu bottle Try CarduL Write k Indies Advisory DepL Chattanooga Medicine Co Chaftanooca Tpm ter jfnttUMinictleM and Mpace book Home Treatment for Women feat free ltIt u h ICE HEAVIER THAN WATER JwIt Watr Fraztn Undtr Immense Free Mir pVddu c Ice That Will 4 IHtFIot1 Ii7 i f oatfl pct to water is due to expansion of tt water at the moment of freezing Ifwater la frozen under Immense pretl ureit ieema that this prevented and leer heavier than water iii produced 0 Tainmaa has prepared this modI flcation which he calls Ice HI ajj fol 13000II JtUogranas 6614 pounds and cooked It la solid carbon dloxld snow and finally fat liquid air Under these condlitlons formedgJtls much denser than ordinary ice aid heavier than water consequently It siaks when placed in water Ice IlL to very unstable and on slight warn lag it swells out and breaks up Jpto a teas4 white powder The volume of Jfce resulting powder is apparently four ortglnallcethisup of tli dense form is nothing more than ordinary Ice in the form of flue crystals which ol course on farther a warming melt at aero degrees cent rade J i Experiments on Ice ilL show that it k Impossible to obtain it by separation frem water at atmospheric pressure There1hnever be a possibility of this un stable form of solid water being formed i nature Sunday Magazine i = The Doors of Old South The restoration of the interior t the Old South meeting house Iii rap idly progressing From many odd quarters pans of the old furnishings have been collected and placed in their original positions The pulpit of 1857 Is there with the mahogany wineglass reading desk but carefulI search and bpsujry failed to locate the two mahogay doors which formed the entrance to the pulpit on each i side These doors were of peculiar J curved shape and would be quite use lest for any other purpose This has given rise to the hope that they are cull in existence and that with great er publicity of the need the one Jn whose possession they now are will- be found Boston Transcript The Boys Reaso- nt t An old man upon seeing a small barefooted llad playing In the street I of a western town one day ap proached him and said Young man why are younot attending school to day Some day when you grow up you will regret all this wasted time Well Ill tell yer mister said the chap with j llongdrawn sighme JlmmrLbroke his arm yesterday and babys cutting teeth and me oldest sisters getting married and besides there aint any school tdrday its teachers convention day and data the reason I aint at schooll torday National Monthly Fame tesmanjto have his portrait circulated before the gazeOfposterltYon our national currency remarked the treasury of ficial Yes replied Senator Sorghum and yet did you ever know anybody to hold on to b dollar bill long enough to know whose picture is onltr r Keenly Observant f fDa ypuaihlnk that college professor v IB correct In saying poverty will bee i obsolete v shouldnt be surprised replied iMrfl Cumrox I nota even now thatt vlfc livery 112blo abea J i I tr Wondertuu You can talk all you want offine i1tig a5am In the chowdcrSaId thj fable dThote fiend and real beans In the soup and cottee beana in tIlC cot t tee but what do you think has hap J pened to me- Glvellt up rYe found a mushrooUIn the saucetia this spaghetti SATIITHIS WAITER WAS OJd Negro Receives One Dollar for Every Cent He Collected From Wealthy Man The shrewd walter will accept a tip matter how small it l aidspretend that he Is EatlsfiedPeald a hotel manager yesterday When I hear of persons giving extraordinarily old n 4growaiterBench a few years ago Ills name was WInfield Scott A wealthy but eccentric New York er arrived at the hotel early In the season and Scott took charge of his table He took his three meals at the same hours each day At the end of the first he solemnly handed the waiter one cent Scott was wise so he bowed and showed hilt teeth and Bald Thank yuh suh The next meal the sdine thing happened and soon to the end of three months when the visitor was about to leave Scott waited on him with the great est punctiliousness at every meal and never hinted that the tip he got was not perfectly satlstactory After hi had finished his last meal the visitor said to the waiter cott how long nave I been here Jes 90 days suh1 was the answer lhave given you something after every meal havent U Yes evhJ How much does It amount to Scott told him Have you got all those pennies the visitor asked Scott said he bad and the visitor told him to bring them Scott returned with a bag of pennies and handed them over VITl take them said tho man SNow this Is youro and he handed Over to the waiter 90 DOCTORS FEE IN JAPAN Physician Receives a Present of as Much as Patient CanjAfford A Japanese doctor never dreams of asking a poorpatient for a fee There IS a proverb amongthe medical frater nity In Japan When the twin ene mlea poverty and disease Invade a home then hp who takes aught from that home even if It be gWen him is a robber Often remarked recent lecturer on Life In Japan Ia doctor will not only give his time and medicine free to the sufferer but he will also give nlni money to tide over his dire neces alLies Every physician Is his own die penser and there are very few apothecaries shops In the empire When even a rich man calls in aj doctor be does not expect thatjie will rpcelv a bill for medical services Ini fact no such thing as a doctors nil Is known in Japan although nearly allimodern Inpractices are vogue there The strict honesty of the people does nor make It necessary for the doctor to ask a fee When he has finished his visits to the patient a present Is made to him Just as much as the patienttI can afford The doctor smUes bows thanks his patient and the transaction lsraettled tMade jt Clear Jim had never learned to read bj the ordinary methods the face of thi old eightday clock It pleased his longtime employer however to ask him the hour and hear his answers Jim what time does the old clock ray he asked one evening when h had callers Step out In the ball ant a seeJJim was gone several minutes but returned with beaming face AhAhwalted jes a minute t see whlchd get ahead do shot one vr do long one hq said Wen J went out dey was bofe on de lef ban wind In place sab But de long one she clip It up good an llbely wen she seo j itSanea Inch head s hYO1ths Compsn Ion A Kunsi VIaitorTsit either of your parents home Martha 1 l- etfnrtlutOfor an hours sitting at the pholog Rtt1r1nOr fs a j DespondencyNod and the carryqS daily den ofiilhealth and pain because of disorders and Sl derasgeiients of the delicate and important organs that ore b 1 distinctly feminine The tortures bravely endured com Jongcontinuedi positive cure for jZ1 wecVjMtiiod disease of the feminine organism j 1j ITVMAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONUtt k ffl SICK WOMEN WELL l IttlNycnllaniination beals ulceration and soothes pain It e and builds up the nerves It fits fory tM Motherhood Honest medicine dealers wifehoodI i goodItyears cr cures AH Xcasr t curcsJto cure it r I tl s sA1 igM s od 21 onecent 4tmpr to pro Pierce to pay cost mailing r tratedCola JMsufapme dothbindioj 31 itisflps Address Pr RV Pierce Buffalq NYIt A EDITOR IN TROUBLES iJUST ySomeSubscription Jug and HeIJt Wondering We wish we knew what some duck put Into our subscription Jus yestiddy all we know is thet one of th finest vdrlnkln ducks o Alkali come wobblin inter our presence yestiddy Jest aftertth aforesaid subscription lied ceived an In response tel his plcadln1 look we Jerked our thumb tparaut Irj- uganUbe went over an foctoaod nisseU onto th neck of It un took three gurgles then he drapped th Jug onto th imposln ston where it busted an hollered then be rlz up onto his toes an hollerejl agln then he Jumped three foot iiiter th air an let out another yawp an though we start ed fer him th minute tb jug smashedian though e4iad oay about six feet bgitthIfioth office like a cat with a fit andb whilst we managed ter land onto hII gable end with a galley as he went outen th winder they was not much satisfaction In that fer us an he seemed ter be havin so many other troubles with himself thet we dontbe heIWe went back ter where he rapped th jug an smelt o th hedI an tried ter picK some o tu dope with th office sponge but they was so much other foreign matter In ponge thet we couldnt tAte th dope aniup vthet was adwjndiin into Ui distance an we seen thet iLwouldnt be uoI good tryin ter overtake th party of th first part an there wouldntve ben ntf result by a homicide if we had Pfstched up with him an whilst we was hungerin ter commit murder wr as auungerlp worse for a drink We would llia tar know whut it was in th Jug we believe thet If we could git a good snifter 0 thet kInd o dope underneath the waist band of our pants we could beat our own record at helm a policeman an that would be goln some When we went back th stone was asmokln an there was V bole burnt into th floor an th sponge was on fire ap 1tidy was a scorched streak th entire lenth of rh office towel but aside from them few traces of in lute disaster every thing was all rlghtEf we kin find th name of th stuff thet done 1t all we shall challenge th winner of UisjrhnsonJeffrles fight Ef th duck Lbet poured lit subscription will come back agln hawUl hear o something to our advantage Meantime we autready ter exchange a years subscrip tion for a new jugAlkali Eye in the Houston Post Separating Them Mr Grubb an elderly bachelor hav1 thbeen troubled for a week or two with a pain in his back went to his doctor The physician who was Just starting to see a patient prescribedi two large porous plasters and told him to call again in about a fortnight and fepbrt Mr Grubb complied with directions He went to a drug store and bought ttheI 1strugIesucceeded in getting them properly In place Being a very small man how ever the two nearly covered his whole back At the end of two Weeks he tailed at the physicians office again Well how Is your backaSKedI the medical manIpalnec11meGlad to hear It You may take the j plasters off whenever you please Not much exclaimed Mr Grubb removing his coat and vest taking his collar and locking the doofof the doctors office I wont touch em Theyre bigger than I am What I want you to do now doctor is to pull me oft the plasters Youths Cow oanion No Occasion for Apology Cah you tell me whore the Jardl nler department Is the hurrying woman shopper asked No maam replied Mr Llnc parkCan you direct me to the fur niture department I beg your pardon he said took you for a floorwalker Dont apologize for a compliment like that maam he Answered but the woman Was in too big a hurry to hear A Suggestion The girl who is ah Interior decora tor was walking down Fifth Avenue with a woman friend says tho New Quainttittleand other things Its the height of my ambition said the girl to ave a little store like that and sell antique and beau tiful things I love antiques Cant you get n antique husbandIasked the woman who would set you up in one Mrs HardEarned Nevaich O RecreationI tsad kIt have to in business no more Hes jut a gentlemin now Mrk Bluffer That must be a pleas ant chan 04for hiniStrai Stories Timely Interruption Mrs Bcnham had just seated herself to work at a bit of embroidery that rdqulred particular care and attention when there camera ring at the tele phone I just cnow thats Mrs Gum tworKt Whenever I am unusuaHy busy and havent any time to lip teshdrings uie up and talks to me by the hour1i She Wad right It was MrBJ Gummy who was fully as talkative as ever She began with a ioijg story and when VfRlrly in the middle of it the clock on the wall of the room begaijt to strike Walta lnoment interDpsed Mrs Benham ifcantrhear you until tijls noise stopsy W iat madothatnolse asked Mrs Oinniy after iIt had ceased Ji was only the clock answered the patient lsl1nbdin KYou know it always Strikes once or twice when we got ttt talking The cpnrersatlQn did 4tot last long after hat foutUs Companion r ScottsS EmulsionI sthei original has been ttyestandard fd thirtyfive ears There are t lousands socalled jus as goqd Emulsions bit they are nottheyare simply imitations wKichare never as good as tie original They are like thin milk SCOTT is hicklik a heavy cre rIf you wan it thindoia iit yourselfv ith water seutron lw nr it nuuooxsv paVerjond rifor ourKSketchDooIrCAchSCOTT BOWNEX409I pearl St NewYork CARD INDEX FOR KITCHEN t THaveHer Recipes The housewife osa kitchen Is full of modern appliances will hail with de- lightl the new kite en card Index for favorite recipes cl anlng devices and other useful Information which each new cook has to be taught The young houses rife may start with a few cards in a mall index set on the kitchen dresse then as she ac cumulates more ai d more useful in formation or gets better recipes for the same things si e can discard and eenlarge her files ur til she has enough to fill up one draw r or a small cabin et which may be rut on a shelfyn a convenient spot Thdnwhea she wants to clean some- thingt and is not qu Ite sure how to do Itt she opens the drawer finds the name of the articHS nd there is the very latest idea clipped perhaps from the dally paper or supplied by a friend telling her how to p the cleaning and exactly what the T suIts wJH be A small index mi y be made at home out of a stiff shoe iox or Jn fact any cardboard box divided off by strips or cardboard with ji letter clearly scribed at the top Between these 6 partitions put plank cards whicli may be bought at any stationers ship and write or typewrite on them clearly the recipe you want to rome beror paste your newspaper cllpplhjis on them rh al lexltcomJletej Tappt Then Scotch Recipe Threequarters ound of cheese ffour eggs two ou ces of butter lour slices of bread cayenne salt melt theI chqese with half tie butter and some seasoning in a stew pan Make four slices of toast cu off the crusts andi butter them Poach the eggs as neat lly and evenly as possible pour over the toast the cheese thou on each slice lay an egg putting a tiny piece of butter and a dist of cayenne andI salt over each erve Very hot suf ficient for four persons V Use for offee Cans Many people us the tin cans which coffee comes In JOr holding other artl t doe To save tie in loosening the tops buy some of the knob handles which are usedoi kettle covers and screw them into le center of the can covertThe b ue Rose A nurseryman t Painesville Ohio haa developed a lue rose This has been a quest of oriculturlsts sp th hew rambler is a trjumph of science The green rose and the black rbse are interesting f oaks but they are not beautiful V1he blue rose how sJlOuldh1vemakes the spell of roses In tbeI minds of poets end mystics the blue rose has long shed a fragrance over the garden of d earns It wassaid that whdever had been arqused hy tho wild sweetness q the perfume of the blue rose would ever rest again until he had found iie far clear heights on which this robe is blown It was said that the blue rose cast a spell over all who tiruqhed it and that life was never n4ain the same Well the blue rose wit at lust be common among men but ho dreamer wil still lift his face to tbstusLofl Angelo Times His PnbabU Fate Waal somerja Id like to nnr some ways I gi wouldnt saidI 1suaveIn fortyseven parts Includin the In dex an appondlo tin Im sorter afraid ti ItthetrendljItI as Id ort to in order to git the geeHof It I wouldnt her timet to earn 0 fguesspritlIege jf rain off to the jiorthwostdont Itf a Ich Diet orEIch Dyn Which Is sec rate as the motto of the Prince of WlesIcb Dion or EIcK Dn Tire one Ia German and tho other Welsh The one means I serye ho othet Behold the man orJBebold our nj in Ich Dien w s the motto aIcingPrince slew at Crecy Bich Dyn fire tho words gjpposed to have been used by Edwar I when presenting bIsfInfant eon ob theWjelBh assembly at Carnarvon v Tr adberednaturlallyhas bcenmoreJ popularly accepted The coming tnyjsstlture lends peculiar Interest to revival of an old Contro very Sottlenvmt must be loft jto the sdc mt14beIs an alternative to the battlefield ILLUSTRA TION26642 The only son of jDnward withi dam by Mambrino PatchpnL iri the country On ward is the leading sire of 230 perfprmers Mambrino Pafcchen isthe leadingbrood mare sre j j Onward 141- 1Record 2251 sire of Pearl Onward 200 Beuzetta206f Gazette 2fi7l4 Colbert 2061i Onward Silver 208 and 169 others In 230 li Patience ii George L Wjlkes 519 rd222sire of 83 dams of 16dmin 230f Dolly Dam ofDirector 217etc I 55If in 230 i x i iiughteroLr J 4thdanx I Copp rbotto 10 To Insure a Colt Until Weaning Time witlbetakmoneyduedamingason at same time and place 800 to insure living coW at weaning time a I insurelivingWood Kellys dam Peters BlackHawk Pasturage for mares furnished very reasonable terms O H DeBAUN Cornishville Ky yl low TO COOK ONIONS HEY NtED NOT ALWAYS BE PLAIN BOILED OR FRIED Formula for Stuffing Them With Sau sage and EggVarlitlon4 In Pre paring Potatoes and flower CauUI The days are here when the average housewife who must cater for herself Is put upon her mettle as a marketer Onions we always have with us And they are excellent in other ways besides plain boiled or fried as they commonly figure In the household plan For Instance they can be stuffed the sweet Bermuda onions be- Ingl specially good for the purpose Here is one popular formula Large specimens are selected and boiled until nearly tender but not quite so The inside is taken out lleaving just a shell Mince the part sausagesaof bread crumbs seasoning as liked on ounce of butter four drops of tatbasco a little minced parsley The shells are filled with this mixture racker crumbs scattered over the top a tiny bllQf thin bacon Is put on each after which they are baked 30 minutes or until agreeably soft Potatoes the dependable have the culinary virtue of being infinitely variable For instance when boned and baked fried they have become a tU1bersthetl1ibakedsized dish In this style IOU moderateI four coldboiled potatoes and six hard boljed eggs all cut in slices about fourth of an inch thick aI Put a layer of the potatoes In baking dish which muste welt but teredo seasoning with salt aid pepper and cover with a layer of the eggs CS1lt1twoverIwith cracker crumbs soaked In and bake until brown on top For those to whose digestions the sturdy sausage fillings would be anathema this more delicate method may appeal Cook and scoop out the vegetables as before but stuff with a filling made Of equal parts of chicken cookedI reImovedand pepper If liked and Is to be moistened with a little cream qrmelt V cd butter Sprinkle with crumbs soaked In butter and bake as de scribed above In cooking cauliflower try simmer Iqg It tender In half milk and half water It greatly Improves the flavor and appearance of the flower Afterward the liquor which will have boiled down in the process for this vegetable should never bo cooled with the lid on they vessel may be thickened with butter and flour after which one has a tasty sauce with out further trouble Nut That Kind of wetin- Do you believe In innklu n gean leotlcm before yon inter your pov nsUod Mrs Oldcflstle Mercy cior repllrc her hstcss an she tlecEcd bit of dust from lit I WOOOwnnd piano 111 have gent thus to mnke about people nl viv dol If outside of hurhCln ns ISecordIlorald TheCaitsCi of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing In this decepIlIanysnddenIdeaths arc caused j by jthejjrtdjs i ease pneumonia heart failure ci i r apoplexy are 6ftcn jfl the result of kidney disease Iff kidney trouble is Lack allowed tliekidiieypoison toadvance cd blood will nh t the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell resulfii better health in that rgan is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid iuubUitytoholdnd overcomes that unpleasant necessity being cowpellcd to go often through duringtheof SwampRoot the great kidneyremedj i pccauseproperties A trial will convince 1on SwampRoot is pleasant to take and Iis sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells nil AddressDrWhen erous genoffermista1cebut nameSwampRoot SwampRootIf I Hambletonian 10 S Dolly Spanker lora nbrino Chief 11 JEannyby Ben Franklin Mambrino Chief 11 Rhodes f Mare Dam of EadyThorn218- j American Clay Daugliterof Ericsson 130 u by at a by at and and I 1911 SEASON 1911 EARLY handsighwith plenty of action and as good bone and foot as you would want Has proven himself to be a fine Breeder perfectly gentle to handlejn every resT greatI dpiI 10 To insurer A Living Eolt MonteCristodamLarlyBrooksrlysfirst isthecounty At same time and place IBlackOiantegisteted 15 hands high with white points heavy body bone arid footandI Iltylethanvery sure foall getter and a great istt theseason10 To Insure a UvinCoIt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money tine when mare Is parted with or tired to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Your Patronage Solicited A B fiUNDLEY Season of 1911 John W Baker and Dr W R Thompson ofi Mac yule Ky have purchased of Geo Powelt his well known 6vearold Jack tIe ViU make thseasonat thebarnofr Thompson thebesthas been proven by his colts We solicit the business of the farmers of Washington county f BAKER THOMPSON I Wild Squirrel W HI mae the season of 19 li at the stables of J fc Keene aSpringfiedthe farm known as the T F Mclntire farm ai 10 To Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Wild Squirrel is a sorrel horse 16 hands with red mane and taft He was hebyRed Squirrel Firstdam Pick Price Jr second dam Vild Indian LWill also at the same time and place stand my fine Jac Big i1a IJrSired by Joe Phillips Big Mack he by GovWoodi He will l mae the season Ij56 To Insure Colt Until Weaning Time LiSn retained on all colts fto secure payment of season All care taen to iprevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JR KEENE ORIGIN OF YANKEE DOODLE Tune la Believed to Have Pertained to s Country Dance In aOer man Province Theories concerning the origin of the air of vYankeo Doodle have been touchingtheOne of the most Interesting and fs thought the latest speculation In Itispertained to a country dance of the district of the former province of Kur Hesse that It was jcalle the Schwalm and that the air was also played as a military march by bands of Hessian troops during the war of the Revolution In studying the dances of tho Schwalm the authority vaa struck by their sim1lrI 1tylQ form and rhythm to Doodle It Is tipsumed bat as many Qf the Hessians who served In Amen ca were recruited In this district they carried Yankee doodle with them Yet while this theory may be ca rect as to the melody It does not ton vlndngly explain Its Introduction Ifato America for the air was played hereI l before thelong Hessian troops canje nespapebearingiIt is traditionally supposed to anI been brought to the attention of theI colonial army In 1755 when Dr Schuckburgb a surgeon la the regular British army recommended Jt to the colonials as one of the most celebrat Sunduj j L II1 Ii X o The Kind oti Have Always Bought and whichJIM tomuse for over 30 years lies borne the Mgnatwre e and lens been made under WI PS- Sonal supervision since it lfa4ir tillsAllJustasgood are feut Experiments tlmfctrlf xritU and eadanger the MalIke1 Infants andCuUdreri Esrjierlehce against riaet What is ASTORIACnstorla 14 n harmless substitute for Castor Oil ParW V V gorlc Drops and Soothing SjTulis It fe PleaMmt Itvcontaiiis x either Opium Morphine nor other Kareetio ittsubstance Its age Is its guarantee It destroys Worm and WIis4ColicConstipatioiL and Platuicncy It ass J1Untes the Food regriates tIM V Stomach f ndr Bowels giving healthy and aatual iei The ChUdrcn S Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA wjtif Signature of If dtJ i ff t The Kffid Yoii llaveA1aysBoiitII- In I Use for Over 3O YarsPANnUAA cTMW e H 1 L 4i IbvIiti21wl11L1iI i NELSONi i it No 2381 Sf nRegistered German Coach ct yWil make the se snOf1911 at my statjiesi at tat 1 iwell KTatJ wJt V I To iInsure a Living2oit tiN J2AII is soiid black 16handsvohe frifbh ghfweighs pounds Be has proven Ib iban excellen V I a atJ10 arid COlt wJ L GRAHAM CardweI1K- 4i4W riiiv yv ii t 4 v HV M f i COLJOIINL Dark bi y 153 hatidiirfine style speed andI action Sgven years old Ilbi4 colt is a son of the Great Onward Silver formerly owned byJ L Druien Of Bard towh and winner of the jPranSfl t vania stake at Lexington and with a record of a mile iin i2 05J and two miles m l28i Onward Silver vtag sold for l000nd lyas taken to Itf ly Onward Eilveriis a son of Onward 1I41 record 25i and the sire ofuineperfprrjoers with rtcorda 0t 0Ji1206t atbEnterOfSylyhsnMailCOL OBN 1s dam is Kate 8ondfeysired byBaboth 18S8 soil of Wal ingham by Geo Wiikesl K4ie Handlers first dam was H lenS by Metropolitan son of Hambl eIonian lb and fall brother tRi lna Vtforia dam ot Euclid 219 n4Prit1 e 226J Ru na Victoria sold for 4800 at McPerranaf sale Second dam Nejfy Anderson dam of Wprry 2 28 by JGiUi Ve raont s ira of Bonnet Boy 2 23 and dama of i3n 2 30 or better alsosiie ffJbe dam of Gatobetta Wilkes 219fpiire kof Eyelet 20SJ Guireite2Q4vi Lottie JDorin 205 ands TehtvfiviH 6 berofnetter that 2 30 ioCOL 08NIwlUmlkethe sentsfasqt1 k I 10 TO INURE A LIVING Com V LORD BACON is a black Slck151 hands fine bone and musclefle is fir Dick Parrotts ak he by Letclfets ddCk he by Goyeruur Wood Ii is ou ofI tine jennett by Governor and her dam byjold Black Hawk St you cpud nothave finer breediqg He is an oxtrw good bned ing jnckV BOn Sitnms bought othjs colts Jastfall at over 100 per head He will m eke the seasons t 10To Iniurc a Living Gdt myItalMzandsee raj stock Care will be lakeR to avoid acdideots butt will juntiljparted with or bred elsewhere GREG EDELEN siw C tf Hal Haamilton H326 Thea fine br stallion will m ke myplace t ltvIf daMElkmaii dli4isame time and place will stand my4 Jack 1adKawkiffAt i sOldBlVblack a i breederseveralseason YAtjldForr e Mule and8For II I W 11 also at tHe same time and place stand my Jacks Bii1ia1JIrGr t tIBlack Jack 14j hand high 4yen80Id HIs SyPiflatreses heby rince1Vood heby Goy WOOd BiU Taylor ri a half 1 lxi Blalc Hawk onk5 tama sldJ ltewiilmake the seeeoep f 8To 1EeaLifC4ti l Lilm retained n all colts sired by eLhehorseor jaArfsisrv4ce foe Money due when the fact is nscertaindmare bred t another horse or jack Cara taken to prevwit as not refponsible should any occur r JL HAMILtoN Fredericblown Ky ait