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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = s 1 b EST llLl SllED b4 I+ JN1883 SttiiM i i1SERIESYOL XVI II NO 18 r Tk f SPflflFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTYKENTUCKY 4 1911 e i J i oo PtI Goott Jt dt 0 l comfortable to get f omjj po1i44cI t d1 usLoLI to taksIt bOU the old country lane and from xnfuiicL com H res to rb t trixIt yiU be more cOmfoiiuoitj it there fl could be a Way dy vised fur beti ttr getting together on the 1mI portamt subjects which continue ofi ot the state press For ex a ple here iISr the Burlington V Record remarking that the ligtJtj Hathaway appears to be a 1Tlngnd the people will never regret having built it totvBr6 sJrwhich asks What do you v iyto ajeyell turn plk2 to the OkjoVrlver p AVthe question iis addressedi fYgenel1y te Messenger says 4t iAll right And let uj have it But also comes the Midway Clippef while it recognizes that everybody is in favor of jrciads it Ihinks it would bq j Iguod r ltO increase the burdenof taxation in spme junties to pro I j v videaods for others Finally coittthe Lexington Herald I t advI w of the mat frterbnouncing its willinguess fIJ nOt lytooam the way to sefr curegood roads but be taxedj elpUlld hein In iis opini f iunthe sta 3 should Jatd in r tt1T work TheBolid reason given by the Herald is that the I increase in values in reall est ie alpng thetfnesof good roads would increase the assessments so f tin a low yoars considerable rrdnctions in the tax rate Boontou1 of i Ior in Marionor in Fayette I That questionheing settled for I stvHbwarevfe to get then Will the candidates lor the soy rbl c state offices kindly cease for a LI few moments the pushing of their claims rofficeto announce their views on the best way of pushing the question of gooditroads whether by local aid or by state aid Owensboro Messeh tt r get iiNERVOUSDYSPEPSIA If You Have ft Read This Mionais Guaranteed t by Haydon Willett trwa taken lastL August with a seyere stomach troume The doctor saidit wasnfrvo8 dyf pepsia I took his treatment four weeks tut did notI feel any better I took everything W rheard 6f The first day of Decem bei t got a box of MICN A I tookI them that afternoon and the next ndhajint iIrcqmber Eeel welt now and sleep good Jlra M E Mazfleld K F D 2j AVocaN Y MlONA relieves after dinner dis tress belching of pas fotl breath iartb rn and all stQwroh trouble Iin fiye minutes I tjt ife guaranteed ttp permanently cure indigesi ion acute tor chronic or if any clisease Qrvtne aixmtch oronet 1ba MIONA stomach tablets are lesoISbyleaal g druggists everywhere at j5uc a JargebQ I Another Theory Knccked Out Ton say theres nothing in vlrpnment Yes sir I Insist that Its the lt dlviflfaal and not hIss surroundings Ifr z a man Is going to be greaf hell ba treat ln spite ot eviSy tiling Well now watt a minute You used to he considered quite an 1m tporant figure down in the little old r home town didnt you lyithought welt of me there Youre just as great now ns you you1rI hope Im a good deal greater than Was then Well you seo Uall depends oh environment as I said There you ereomebody here you have to eti some one to identify you when you yanMo cash a checK for 5 rJNow theres where youre deiad wrong old man I know a bartender who always cashes my checks with Out a TdckJ r i bWanted Epitaph Jo Endure Edmbnd de Cfdncourt the French f novelist admitted that be worked t with aa eye to ibis epitaph and ha granted the epitaph to endure for tC Jong tiade He records in his Journall ttue thougltij that the world inayi J peIsh Yllot last forever iIs an Vlck ccMlpmally fills my mitad with iglooau I should lie defrauded by the destrseUmi oT this planet for I haVe ttlil1iIbl tlo hope of eternal fHM A reputatioa lasting iO000 2QHTeD lOOOW yearn would be it PVI r WtHrk for the pains I Jiave t1Mai1M iKiT tifis 1 have Buffered to VpMr tiMM fcaoditlons It would have b MtW to ieunco aimlessly WItr draa4 and lIIMkb1 aWtl IS r y v frTHE News leader as MAY Quietly Married v M5ss EIizbethH keyniersou aud Foster Ray were quietly married at the home of the brides parents on Eist Main street Wednesday afternoon at 5 p clock The ceremony was per firmed by Rev Wolf patoc of Christian church tf SpringfleIdh and only members of the families the young people and a leoN intimate friends were present Jt There were noattendants ceremony was followed by aThrr hiful dinner at the home at which the members of the wddrngpartv were preenU and later the happy couple went the home of the grooms mother Mrs E M McMillen hero theywiimake their home Bpth Mr Ray and his bride are quite well knownand have a thrgePghter of Mr and Mrs 0 ft rtrynterson who prior to m ofoVIngfour years ago lived uearBrad JadYiinon Enterprise ckgd1ByA Mad Horse thSamuelhad a mostnarrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the ightful ore that leveloped but at lasbBucklens Arnica Salve cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns bolts eczema scaldS cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on eat thoTry it 25c at Haydon Robertson Narrowly Escapes Death Lawrence Mills who is em poYEdDtthe Muellcr Wathen Kobert distillery narrowly escaped bsing dangerously huitt late Monday afternoon He hadI finished his work for the day at the big distilling plant and had arted to town walking up tbeI railroad He had got buta short distance when an incoming freight came by The train wasI not running rapidly and Mr Mills intending to ride to the depot jumped on the pilot of the engine He made the leap successfully but in attenrtidgi cross from Npne cow catcher to the other he lost his balance and fell back ward Only the momentum of the train prevented him horn falling directly in front of the engine As it happened Jell on the ground at the side He received seyrilslightl bruises but fortunately none of them are of a serious nature The practice of riding on the pilot of an engine is an extremely danger o tuonlywhen absolutely necessary Lebanon Enterprise Frankfort Ky April27 Detectives lave been employed byPxof Elnworth Reg nsteinI S tate Superintendent of Public iinstruction to break up alleged syndicate formed in one of the counties along the Dig Sandy river to peddle the questions to be used in the examination of teachers for common school certificates shortly to be sent out tLutbecounty school superinten dents Another Syndicate this one of colored people iia working in Hopkinsville itIS be lieved and arrests are expected shprtly The examination questions have not been sent out from he department education so that no list has been sold this year but the syndicate it is said is waking preparatiqns It sell them It iis believed that arrange ments have ben made with sAm cjunty supeijintendent to turnover his list of questioos The matter has been placed in the hands ofa djetectivo agency Jni Louisville and a large numbr01 t trained men reworking on the case in an effort to get evidence ip convict the members of the syndicate l and their agents totce All peruons having cjaims against the estate of EI JR Mayl fiqid deceased will presentsam tThB propily proven on orbe fore May Ist lOll d W WILLETT Admr ot E R Mayfield deed OryFOR ASTORIA w PiSCRUGGS One ofWasijngtopI Passes Awaym Willisbure Ky May Istr On last Thursday evening at alf past 2 clock while surrounded by his faithful wife and flloving children his family phy si can and other relatives and friends the messenger of death theil spirit Scruggs Uncle BIlly and waf ted itt awoy to the great Omni o tent God who gave it and the earthl v remains were laid to rest nthe following afternoon in Rockbridge cemetery by the side c relatives dear to him to await I e great resurrection morn when God shall claim his own Had he lived until rtie Slat day- Augusthe would have been 67 years old having been born in Lincon county Kvon August 21 1844 and crme to Washing ton c unty when only 5 years old On January 11 1865 he was married to Keziab Cbeatbam tto i3 union were reared nine chil dren all of whom survive In tbis death the county has sus tained the loss of a good citizen the community a kind friend and neighbor and the home an affec tionate husband and father His children of whom there are four boys and five girls are Messrs E T RB E Wand W T Scruggs and Mesdames J T Prather Jas Carey aud Milton G rider who reside in this county and Mrs August Beestrum of Chicago Ill and Mrs Lae Baxter of Lawrence urg One brother Berry Scruggs of De nitur III and three sisters Mrs Harve Bump of Decatur 111 and Mrs J A Sims and one minden sistert also survive him Mr Scruggs was a farmer by occupation yet he has served his county in holding public offices JQ was engaged in the revenue business for several years served as magistrate in his wag isterial district and deputy sher- ffofthecountyi But this was nob all he was a faithful servant to the people who called upori him and of these there were not ajew but many On every side you can hearex pressions like these be has held me up when others forsook hes jjways been a friend to me tthrough his helpI possess what I have today nod these are only a few of the expressions of gratitude that are falling frbm he tips of the people Oh bow lie vill be missed His pastqr being absent the funeral services were conducted by Rev A C Pinkstone who read the 12th chpter of Eecle i astes and also the 15th chapter off 1st Cor tatting for his text the 19 verse the s osta1ce off which is this If in this lift only we have hope iin Christ we are of all men most miserahte Although being a stranger to th e deceased had he known him all his life In his many trials temptations andvictories he could not havp paid a moN fit ting tribute to the life the char acter tll principle and death of the departed man Being in failing health for a longtime sill iit was hard for him tf yield up He had n great desire to live longer but when heendwas near oven at hand be said I am williu to go but I would havx loved to live long Irwith the good people but I am only paying the debt that hun dreds arid hundreds have paid before me and then his life went out To the bereaved qnes I would say gruve not hushand andI father is not dead bufsleepeth God giveth his befoyed sleep y r Saved His Mothers Lifo Four doctors had given me up1 writes Mrs Laura Gain sof Avoca Xjtu and myfrleudswben my son insisted that I use Ele c trie Bitters I did so and they ha done me a world of good lwill al ways pratse them Electric Bitter is a priceless blessing to worn en that sre troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney discIr ders Use them and gala new health strength and vigor Theyre guaran teed tp satisfy or xcaney refunded Only SOc at Haydon 8 Robertson St Rose Church Notes There will be Mnsse and jpr mon every Sunday rt6 Sand 1030 oclock Sunisjr school and instruction for thp Rirt Cornt Mass union class afte1 the 8 oclock Next Sunday the yp ing ladies i3 Iiodalityiion in a body at iheSjpcofk Mass There will be u meting of the Sodality after Mass All are urgently invited to attend The May Procession and d owning of the Virsin will betpostponed to the thri Sunday May 21 at 3 p m The Very Rev Pas or Father McGonagle is makin strenuous efforts to improve tie appe anceoff1t Rose ce etery with macadam walks and drivewnys The contributions up tonhave been generous and en couraging All who have rein tlives or friends b ried in this cemetery are kindlj requested to contribute for hese much needed improvement The annual Rt3tl at for the Sodality of the Blefsed Virgin will begin Thursday May 18 and end Sunday May 21 3 p m The exercises each d iy will be gin at 8 a m and Conclude at- m 41 with Bention City Ordinance Cnuncilfobe The City City of Springfield Ky do ordaid asJ follows First that the ordinances of the City of Spriog field Ky be orIIIil soft drinks passe by the City Council on MayO 1910 so that section 2 of said ore inance shall read when amended that Retail dealers iin sjft dri4s shall pay a license fee off 5030 pr year ordin1ancmain the same FBoCerkJ a McEiROY Mayor Quickly Cures Coughs Colds aud Catarrh If you dear readejc uldspenda few hours looking oAer t je thousands of testimonials we hajc on file you would not go on suj firing frpm catarrh that disgustii g disease that will surely sap your vitality and weaken your entire sj stemif allowedI to continne You would haye Jju t as much faith iin HYOMEI as we hc and we have so much confidence in its wonderful cudatlve virtue tha it Isi sold the country over under a positive guaran tee to cure cata rh croup sore throat coughs and coids or money back No stomach dosing ben you breathe HYOMEI Just pOll a few drops of the liquid in the inhaler and breathe itinIt is mighty pie isant to osei it opens up the stuffed p nostrils in two miputes and make ivyour head as clear asa boll in a slojrt time Breathe HYOMEl and kill the ca trrh germs Itsth only way to cure catarrh Its the onlyI way to get rid spitIAcompletefHYOJIEI outfit which tnrlloa a bottle nf UVrkIC and- haM a rubber pock r inhaler costs 100 at urug star everywhere o at Haydon Wiilett If you already own a Hyomei inhaler you can get an extra bottle of HYQ5EI for 50 cents Not Labor of SaysQoveI fromlFrankfort today affirmed ia Marion Circuit Court in ii caseof A Lee agvnst the Commonwealth in whicli Leo vti8 fined for sellirrg liquorwithout ice 8e Appellant caimd to e president of a distributin pli Vr which week ly distributed rrltl IrAfrells of bis key among the members l1varyingLee distributed the whiskey at an advance 4t five cents a gallon above wtat he paid toe distiller for it c barging for the hauling of the whiskey from the distillery and r6aold the empty barrels tu tne distiller The Court here Judge Miller writing says The jury yore justified in uindi g astbey did that appellant v as not rendering this substantial service to John son and his birdlike fellow membersof the ci nb out4f pure benevolence l fcQm the kindly instincts of a loviug heart1 llADAMS Isi The Logical Candfdate For Governor Says Shelby Sentinel Is there a Democrat but be ves that if Senator McUrear gals the Gubernatorial nomina l ion the chancre ig s juccessnot the part of wisdom there fore for him to turn to someone who can bring the people to victory William Addatns of Mason county is such aoandi date Place your banner itt bis hands and he will give us toe hope and enthusiasm tbatmost land us all winners A few weeks sine we were Jef t bun deri g feeling that there were make art active fight to oppose Senator McCrtary for the nomination hot since the manly staiid aud cleancut statements of Mr Addams our doubts are at last thrown aside and hope has taken the place of grave doubt in our partysuccess There be times whenourda k est period bre just before the dawn aid Democracy in Ken iucky appears to have passed through them Prom now on every one should feel with such a man us Addams to lead that success mustsurely come orIlbVjandthough this ccunty iis in Mr McCreaiys district yetlt can be turned to the Ma son county man who can land the pirttf triumphant in Novem ber Let us all sUp our party LickCericgs Addams is arJianwt3 lltfur Auamsi beIupartyman of the hour the man yon want the man you need the man you must bav- A4damsAddams So say wo aliP Addams SHelbv Sentinelf Midnight i1 the Ozarks IandI OJClayl Hevas In the mOuntains on the advice of five doctors who sal he had con1 sumption i but found no help in thej elimate and started home tDrbcgani anewImanfut of me so that I can now do good work again For all lung clisl eascscourha colds lagripjie asthma croup whooping cough hay fever j homorfhagcs hoarseness or quinsy its the best knownrendy Price 50c aud1 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Hkydon Rob erton Married at Bardstown Bardstown Ky April a9An unusual loye affair Of eight months standing fotfhd culmina tion in the wedding tonight of J H Beam president of the Early Times Distilling Company lend Miss Anna Figg Brown of Nel son county Beam who is re pqttd worth 500000 is seventy two years of age while JJis bride is just wontysix The latter fs extremely pretty and has been the acknowledged reigning belle of the daunts since her debut This is the bridegrooms third matrimonial venture both of his former wives being dead He has known his present wife sines childhood and years ago when transacling business with her father Charles C Browa at the latters home he bounced her as a rollicking lass on his knee The engagement the pair has been rumored for three weeks but found little credenc and the announcement of the wedding ttonight brought forth not a little surprise among tjie villagers The marriage solemtized at the home of the brides father bere The couple will spend the honeymooatat YelFowstone Park and returning wilt takeup their residence at the palatial home of Mr Beam i at Early Times iIAsk your Live Stock Inspec ttor about Minors Fluid An approved dip that will cure and prevent scab and kill ticks and lico At flaydon Robtrtsoaa Another Prisoner Gone LsEmmet Snrgeoti who was placed in jjiil Monda orfa c d peaceidnotthe county for one Jest ldqYlIs tbeIprisoners Sturgeon If ft withI out saying fd re well to anyone cr stopping to thank the genial jjailer for his courteous treatment while bis guest Tuesday morning Mr Madden repirtedio County Judge Cifler that he feared the jail was not secure Judge Carter and Deput- yt Sheriff Tbm Saytoh examined the cages and on Wednesday Sheriff Burtonmadean fxaminp ion It was decided that the cages were sfcure except the one damaged by the John ons severalI weeks ago alien ih y b Sflpd Sturgeori nad wrenched loose- na iron hat about 16 inches long a support of the lavatory and concealed itm his cage ithI thi1iebnt the steel bar which locked hiscaged dooiand gained access to the corridor through tne cell damaged by the John sons He hid behind the ceils and when Jailer Madden entered to feed tthe prisoners Sturgeon slipped out He was later seep going outaMpin sLiest but uptothetimeThe Falcon wet t tto press he 1iad not been captured Maroli Falcon Notice 4DEectibn Notice is hereby given that at meeting of the Democratic ounty Executive Committee ot Washington County Kentucky held in Springfield Kentucky on Saturday April 6th 1911at which meei ing a majority of the members were present in per sop i Itswas omgrefl by said corn mi tee that a primary eleclion betheld in Washington concty under the primary election JawJ1 of this commojjwealth in eajtjh precinct thereof on Saturday jTuiylst 1911 for the purpose pf selecting the Democratic nom I nee for R pre ent1tive ip the L6wer HoU te of the General Assembly to b0 voted for at the general N6veniber Election 1911 The PoI41ri each precinct of his county wm be opened at the usual voting places at 6a m and closed at 4 p m standard time This h day of April 1911 V loSERHPOLINY Chairman County Executive Committee F B jNo Secretary 1Jv Raids trap GarnetI Chief of police W M Yowel iinterrupted ai trap game jn the rear of one of the residences on Railroad Sunday morning When the officer appeared there was such a shattering of negroes that the diceI and 65 cents in money was left ont ground Chief Yowell grahbe John Rouiidtree bjt tli4otliers es caped Roflndtreeritipblicecourt Monday was jined f20 and Cst and is now assistihgja street re pairing Warrants were taken tor several others who wqre in the game t Carl Hocke and Tommie Ke ought were arrested by Chief Yowell and plead guilty in policy I court yesterday to being presentt at the game t but stbted that thei game was broken up before they had time to getta shottiE1 ch was 6ned5 and costs Marion Falcon 11 t Nbtice r 4 lAll persons havingf claims against the state of G W Tay lor deceast4 will present same properly pijoVen to the under signed ortbilVS Mayes fieidKy otj or bef ore Sprij 1911 at whidh time 1 will setjlei pfy account and distribute said estate Thfc April 28 1011 FELIX TAYLOR Ad mr v of George WTttyloc Springfield JlCv rf12 FoH JSAiiE One John Deere Corn plaoteir goqd asOy wirE check rower or nand drop ciist S4O will sellcheap V j iyrvKj Walls box 99 Springfie ICfJfi I e4ii r un SUBSCRIPTION SI O lB4JlJ 1 ti1 I i tA p 1 r J L It ROYALDAKINO I 3 AbMly reI1AK SHOE BAKING II iF 111J andtheoodJ1Isiiand wholesome than flit tT j made fonnd at Ute kop or pcey 5 t s OtiiydCk RklSeid Nma nd Addc0 YOW f i J ti Profit In Mules H Bauham who is on his way home from Atlanta and and other Southern pojnts where tie hap had a mostsaccessfalftrf selling Kentucky bred moles writes the Standard JournaBhat tthe thi es for Kentucky farmers Jo do instead of wasting tim with tobacco hemp etc to deyotts1 ttijeir attention to mule breeding andi to raise more better and large1 mules He says Vli will pay the average farmer bett than raising hemp jbr tobacco Thorn has not been and will not ITlievI higher I have been ailing high class Kentucky and Ten nessee mules in Atlanta Georgia the second larges mule market in the world for five months Raving sold nearly 1000 head ad fully onehalf of this nUm bpfayeraged 250 per head t for the benefit of our Missouri and Kansas friends r want to say Kentucky and Tennessee mule teams have brought the highest utaiAHneed to do is to keen their best jjacksand get some more eood draft types of mares oy ether bernIted by myself and others there Ii 1whereJ be raised than in Kentucky Aus tomobiles may affect the price rcauRe11moles read construction coal miniog1 firm work and many other uses irquif jig animal pover make in 1creasedas above stated the fcVgest and finest nautes command the higher priors It costs but little mote i to raise a 250 or 300 mule than itj does a 150 mule There is noI netter or more profit ibje busir ness that a man can engage In than ajsing high class jndles I1 havo fully demopstrate Vthis by selling s veri mules from oneS mare that cost 100 seren igo for 1795 and sold the marc ttJr85tItIarid ibis same mare Sjiouldi wtth prdper arei raise 12 or 15 more colts What I have done d hera can do pynthlana Democrat L f 7trii Horse Breaking We hab begun tha biedkihg pfhorsesand our adqfciJirters are attfeijPairGrOunds tffwill break you horse to ride ur drive at tfiiB extremely low price ofr 15 50 permoqth Erpecyvl care taken to accustom Jptses io trains and autombiles Bon anti 1OMRY ttitue3Re Scab 1 r l b witl1 IP iii- J FluId is an 1iddip by Ea1donROrt0 i q t UghiBisculti Li Delicious Cake 1 + tJDainty Pasfries 11FlnePoFlaky Crusts f iar Cv tanclCayss I Last wekhile Mrj B Scrivenor was building a fence close to the foot of tber kngb1 he felt his right foot sinking in5 the 1to g round ltndbyumpIughoid ed falling into a tiola which was made by the earth cvip 19 L The hole wa fjannd to be twenty odd feet deep and to hays water In It4t t About the some i eAr Wrb t clRasseH who wJrks1U1i the farm qfMr H K Jakk of the t lail yiew section was plowiif iWitba horaeanl a mule wbe goingthrooghuistdbMb fiM itarlRussellj the mule would not be pilled im andberan for hefp TbehorM f tthad aleg broken and died boa after being taken out Thehote h f fen irt about fiftenor tweitt feet dtIt is conjecture by aome of toe older citizens of toe com munity that thtsksectionr i7 over 1thuEho riverknown oelL by all who go through toe Maw moth Cave tiidth G rjQv tTinier A v 4 LookiafOl GeIcL f r f Glasgow Kyf A m 1bo 111lfauJcreated considerable iafcereit bordering Von exciMul B T Yif SulphDrWellin Medcalfecoiaty Iby begfnnlurt operatfoflp fur he saysia burliji treasure 1alsf Y7 McPhersong Irlliik lowauJ the old Beaohamp ariii ff ia a IQeftbjF rock which Hedtoiceals an underf ronti caVcU x apriCerhltba lly carried by miner Hat irisi gave uiittbathe w i lootolnx for 7foraseveral that bt Wwjttih iU strnments dacpV r i fcrjv quantify of buried trMnkrc but that it would tafcft eon l4rabl work to get it Witbthecdogentpf th Ia4 owner bo began workadi w day blasting away a lot diJ rock from wuertbelllPPOl trcac iure is hidden PARISJAIiSAGE A tr tI Hair X Pv i t 4 t J 4 = JfMali or wSSSISr sw eMf are1ParSa Irrrth iIfheU hair iok wMl Mike Wwa 7t ouuger t WaytidtEO t1 WSIISIW1tt ta11dKelaK eiirIS c a le11 1 7 aeycb1t IIt daa drug stop go1Uii 1ca1 1Il t ll tkead4aI a T rgirl with ts haLr oi 7 T7 cI r rjJ If lf Iiir NLW4ADU SPRINGFIELD KY has 4 4 IL PULIXD YZZY AYseed 14 lKtpe JWEWPOLIN Editdrs sod Publishers j h 1TnsDAY iAY 4 lii j Ii We are authorized to announce JOHN APQL1K- a a candidate for Representative in ibf lower house of the Kentucky gWMlatuN from Washlngtonc9unty Jt ubjecttothe action of the Democratic Wty J of J PritKew Creek i1 f h j As I have been absent for X quite a llong time I will try tot Sri ake myappearanceJ f j Mrs H nry Tsham and child tifr of near Lebanon have rlr P L turned boma after a few days i r visit to their many friends of this place I Mir and Mrs Leslie Coyle of lipng Rtin were the the guests George Christerson and famiv p ly Sunday Misa Minnie Mayes and Vel i mer Shoemaker sp nt last week v with their grandma of near y eJMrs Lucy Holderman otnear a eXUtWas the pleasant guest of f her daughter Mrs Sallie Rns a ff t t sell ahtrday 1 Mrs Cordie Pulliam ot Mack lk yule WitS the guestof Mrs Geo- Ctinsterson1p4b Saturday and Sup day Mrs Ethel Shoemaker spent r Saturday with Mrs Net Mays j of this place Mr Jonnie Loe has moved to e his new home par this place s pisses Laura and Martha Graves spent Saturday night and bSunday with their uncle Mr G orgeMayesL Mrnd Mrs Jenie Lowe k spent Sunday with his parents t Mr and Mrs James Lowe a Mr Will Lawrence recently rentedand moved to ihei house owned by Henry Ishatn fppar here Mr arid Mrs Sake Carpentei It spenkTast Suriclay with Mij iGraves e Miss Nettle Russell spent Sat Surdaywitbhersister Mrs Jake t 0 Carpenter i As I notice durin g the last I few months that all of the cor q respondentSi have taken new icourage and are writing some yery interesting lletters 10 heII liewsLeader aud this is makina me more interested in the News lieader and also in all the cot respondents I am not an of any paper nor do I know much about it but it seems to I methat correspondents letters add life to the paper Let all t come back to the fold and lets c make the NewsLeader what it oujghtto be ISo I close for this time andi will not tellyoa now wdat myr jnamis but will later t4Ij J Long Lick rMi1ton andwif and- ll Sramph dinned with0 E1Mu1 ton arid family Sunday TG Stump and family ttie pleasent guests of W T BarrTco and family from Satur f 5d5until Monday W4oM Lawrence 8on11wife moved tour community on the 0d and we all wish them much Success in their new home Maggie Hickersou and May Brady spent last WJednesday 2 night with Lettie Stunip at this 1 i place Mrs Henry JsbatP Jnd child 7 irrenj of Lebanon visited friends 1 c L Imd relatives at thisi place VWeeki j2 X Jotinagtump and family of Ce Idar oint visited S T Stump au children last Sunday near ito fcCreek Mr and Mrs Millaa Mogul ii ere nioicingovtr the arrival of t atht boy i ro r Mamie Lawrence pet a i das1as1Jek witn herbl01her1 WmLwrence 1A5 VjBiiiM Stomp and family weVe st t11 ttheguistsof W M Milton and to 1 wife pndoy Iit Sallie Bilrer was the guest of her parext Mr acd- SISL f V rOld Whit hoos asL Wet r k arlalM fflltoniMIs-St 1 ir4 MrsBettie r b w etbne18 ol 5t 1 f O M11on4ay- sj t Tick ljreek ypu tnnst wr- iiU ifi H al fWn E bn om otml Tkr 3i W4iro tlmttrt of theBlue zegiOL- IEJL f sjgy Boy = LItyI S Mr S 0 YanAradale toho jl beEP on the sink list for weeks is much improv Miss Eleanor Rfeed spent several days With her cousin Miss Sarah Reed Mr J O Pplin and daughters Emma and Julia spent Sunday with Me and Mrs Joe Polin Dr Cox of New York and Mrs Kate Martin of Louisyille the guests of Mr and Mrs 1 Martin the first of last week Mrs Arvin Nce anti children Columbus Ohio are visiting Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Mesrs Cha lie Duncan and Toin Funk are spending this week with relatives here Miss Jennie Leach man spent tbo J alter part of last week with friends Misses Sue add Eleanor Reed entertained the young folks on last Friday evening to What might have been yery serious accident happened on last Prida f higbt The horse driven by kr Bob Jeffries who accompanied by Miss Sarah Reed and Sarvey VanArsdtvle ran upon a rock pile turning the buggy over and throwing the oc cupants out upon the ground horse then ran a distance of quarter of a mile dragging the the buggy with him and ran into slat feDcebadly damaging tna buggy and shghtlv injuring the horse Fortunately on dee wai hurt 1 Sharpsville Messrs F Brown and T D Graham were in Springfield Mondaj Miss Nora Bowen is visiting relatives in Anderson county this week The little daughter of Mr W LGraham is spending the week with her grand parents J Wand Mrs Graham John Monroe Judge Prewitt and Vilas Graham attended church at Willis burg Sunday The members of Mt Freedom Baptist church held a busines meeting Wednesday niglit at the church for the purpose of orga nizinga Sunday school Mr J F Bowen will perhaps go to Lexington within the next few weeks to fill a position which he has at his command da the Hagan farm The pretty weither here last week gave the fanners ample opportunity to do lots cf farm work and also the women of Sharpsville a splendid chance to go visiting rJ Browr is still alive and doing business at the same old stand So give him a call jou will never regret it iSR C Bryant spent Saturday nightand Sunday at Hutch ne Miss Irma Graham attended church at Willisburg Sunday afternoon Mr James Long who is clerk log for Graham Co experenc ed the regret of a stingy old f lady the other day after spend ing her last nickel with hims She said tbat money waa an aw vill ful hard thing to hold to nowadays Mr Long in replv Aide madam if money wits made for l people to bold to the mints would torn it out with handles on it Mr L W Cornisb was the unlucky W inn Sunday night when t some unknown thef entered hU at meat house androbbd itofi its entire contents whinh was a ron siderable amount of meat Hen has no clue set as to who the J guilty party is But I suppose Iwbo over it mav be was aware of the advance in the price of meat VSto take advantage of tetli hsi prices t A gentleman from Wf4lisborg ubvover to Sharpsville Wednesday l afternoon for the purpose of catching some fi b But his perii p sewas amiss fromjthe met to that when Minner wenta fishing whe found that toe fisb had all aminuering fr OscarBrowi of KrIland- cameover Tuesday and fave us slew current topics of the d y1 Mrs Ora Robinson sroturn ed to her home nearMooresville after spending severil days with a her brothers GrW dud Y T Brown r Mrand Mrs John COrnish Of4 liitsoVj spent Saturdayiand Sun day with relatives l4ere iByond a doubt thsce ocds tralrue what so eter ahiun oweth thatbhajl he alsBr reap in IK nje f av pt furmv So when aiii plan 4t w raNers t MUSLiNjUJnbreUa style fclnch ruffle heniitithed yoke band with drawstring garment cut full regular 25c yak- 15cues sale price v CAMBRIC umbrella style 6 inch ruffle trimmed with three tucks and four rowSof hemstitch- Ing yoke band regular OC S5c values sale price OC CAMBRIC circular style cut If extra fuH with 3inch eyelet and l blind Swiss fembrbidery CA edgeMay Sale price vC i stylefin i 50iC shot Petticoats skirt cut full IIWhite value25c hemstitched hem CAMBRIC long kit goodS quality 12inch tucktrimme1 ruffle I with 4inch embroidery edge 75saleC CAMBRIC long skirt 15inch flounce eyelet embroidery inser tion and 5inch edge foot ruffle regular 8198 valuet d 1 OC sale price- CAMBRIC P A ij long skirt 15inch flounce3inch embroideryheading 12inch embroidery edge full foot ruffle regular 8250 d 1 tCA value sale price ilP YY Womens White Waists WHITE LINGERIE kimono and regular sleeves Dutch and high necks embroidery and lace i tntpmed regular 150t Q O Jj values in this sale atCWHITE LINGERIE kimono i sleeves stitch neck fronts trim med with white or colored hand embroidery lace in sleeves and I 148WaistsTAILORED WAISTS of pure Irish linen fronts plaited laundered collars and cuffs a perfect regular200valuesft TAILORED WAISTS pure Irish linen fronts trimmed with hand embroidery laundered crlars hnd cuffs our regular 500 Waists in this QQ QQ sa1pt tPP 4 and Short Kimonos INDIA LINEN short 11Long scalloped sale buttonhole price fidges and 50c torn SHORT KIMONO of whitedot 0ted Swiss yoke slashed kimono dsleevea edges button hole stitch cdincolors98csale prico LONG WHITE KIMONO of fine dotted Swiss slashed kimo no sleeves belt and edges all buttonhole stitched d 1 QO A tsale price r LONG WHITE KIMONO fine doited Swiss sailor collar and sleeves with lace insertion and edge lace insertion in flounce of I 5saleIn I MARQUISETTEWAISTPAT TERNS stamped patterns mono r I sleeves jive new designs emIbrwith eachwais showing mand lot j son and an early selectiolt is ad vlsable as the quantity is limited on sale Friday and 48c IISaturday at WHITE JABOTS and lace trimmed with complete embroidery all put up10a package 25 I each vu C I4- b1i41 ois not expecting to reap pumpkins nor all of the meons either But I will plant abup dantly that I may reap some for myself and some for the other fellow to reap For yt cant in Dog Walk- Mr J H Brown supply of grdln to the Cornish mill Friday Graham and Company sold large supply of produce to the Commission Mer chants Saturday Messrs 0 B Graham and J Cornish sold Uieir tobacco on the Louisville market last week an averdgof65 pr hun Jred MrSJi Brown purchased ice herd of cattle from piirtie in fferaon countfy last weelt I cameIn contact with an old a few days ago and afterau exten ivc had passed which I wok much prid in at- Ult tuiio dhcusingvith him pon botn social l nod religious evt nts but when he came to the latter he led me to believe ho was an Atheist It is strange idea and per plexus como in contact with men of perhaps good intelligence and who are alvaysready to affirm such belief as Atheism It is not my aim however to en ieise the belief of any oneh but there is proof for believing that there is a Supreme Vicing beyond a domt and tthose whore sbatrocipusas to cing to Atheism Will in mv mind whei death thtftt st is demonstra ed Wish ththey were immacul4e fromt tawfuLoelitJ IAsibck barn owned by Mr Thomas Col vinj who lives about two miles west yf Sharpsyilie was by fire Friday afterhooa It was stated that the contents wero ail consu tued =w- lS Mail orders Promptly carefully fillet xwith the bes values in stack and op mail orders parch ss of45 ormore we pay for warding chat ges to points within 200 miles Lou sVilles Greate- stDepartment Store Staniiard Staple Linens Etc LINEN QAM miG full 36 in ches wide real I ish linen medium weight and beetled finish war ranted all pur linen excellent for summer un erwear and wo mens and chili tens dresses A 25cpert HANDKERCHIEF LINEN fuil 36 inches idf a fine sheer quality of han loom Irih linen nothingbetterbroidered wais s and you cannot iamOnatu OUG IRISH FRONTING LINEN the oldfashio led glazed finish yardwide urquarter Irish linen pure fin hIgh count and ideal in every way for womens tailored and embroidered waists le50cper I Ext a SHk Values I CREPE DE CHENES full 24 I inches wide beautiful colorings In coin dots and satin stripe effects a very shee fabric soft and dinging summer ant ana evening forI rythisNATURA PONGEE full 27 inches wide a liilk smooth weave will launder and give excellent Wear for cogs and coats suits 49peri C BLACK TFETA full 22 in ches wide prfect black natural loom finish brteof the best values ever offered A limited quantity on sale this reek + in Womens and Childrens GRADE OX elk sole a durable that will be very sizes Hi to 2 r 150 VS WHITE CAN VerYardfFASHlOq ltsolet ffFits U on splendid lasts sizes 21 to Sj to 2 AfT 11to 11 lu J TAN CALF solessizeS 11 12 i 8 d ii 1 75 II Our Art ectiOli u ooltrnitIl delivered a a Hairodsburs a gentleman coirversaion a a problem substantial destroyed f appropriate 69c WAIST PAT TERNS tamped on fine sheer sheer mat r al ready for embroidery ithplo material given for cutting large sizes D M C flofs for embroidery design and three Irish llace medallions to com plete also guide chart snowing how to nil t waist togetheran workmgdJ grtlm showing stitches for ambr dery and exceptional value and one which cannot be STAMP 3D BELTS on good heavy whl ebelting on sale JOe3for25cebch + w Jut we have net learned definite yet as tq what they were y you muJ be sick it is a good idea to select your own disease Splln fever for mine Bill Biains I 1c Sltuaton One day a Mariner drove Into town with a load o produce aud spent the rest of theilry and part of the night wltn convlvl companions On his way home bo fell asleep and his wpgoh came In contact with a tree by the roads de startling the horses Into a burst of speed They broke away and we nt clattering down the rondoTho ft rmer slept on He was thus found n morning at daylight Ibyn stranger on horseback Hollo Riled out the horseman Who are you and what re you doing rer The home peered up and down the road In t dazed way Well hot said my nntno Is Rogers and Ive lost a blamedflne span of horses Then he got down from his seat and Inspected the vehicle And If 1 aint Rogers be added Ive found a blamed flno wagon witticism Hearera Appreciated Simeon FOta was discussing Ue ethics of speechmaking It was long and tedfpua speech but I listened attentively i like to have people to listen to mjr peoches you Know and turn about Is fair play Well Im glad I llsteried because If I hadnt Id havo missed one of the best windups I ev Lheard And now said the speaker Just as we wore all ready to drop off tp stoop as Lady Godiva remarked when she was returning from her rid I am drawing near mjr clothes A Judicial Expert The natlvo with a stogie met the native with n pipe Howdy 2 eb quoth the stogie na trve Hear bout th fuss down to th- r court house r ope d awled tho man with the pipe Whn was It about Why Jlri Simpson has been su ing Abner lawley for allenatln th affections of hisl wife ah Jedgo Mus giovo told tti jjury to bring in d ver dick of six eats damages cause ho thought tha was all the damage was worth ttcj Jim An Jims wlfp got mad an threw i chair at th Jedge and he had her arrested an put In th cooler Bnt dldn t th jJqdga a leetle too ar when b fixed hor val cso I0wr Not at Unot at all BCe he na her flrsk IniRh11 IRISH LINEN SHEETING we have receiveda big import or der of 90inch Pure Linen Sheeting purchased at a price that enables us to sell a fine round thread JO4 sheeting worth 135 a yard 100at BLEACHED DAMASK your choice of ten pieces of l2inch full bleached heavy satiq Damask overweight lielfast goods and every pattern a good one Damask has a high satin ThisI and is guaranteed 10 wash wear well Regular 100 value S5cperNAPKIN SETS these omeput up by toe mill in sets of onehalf dozen in assorted patterns heavy goodSize worthinprice set JQ ofslx DJ7C ThisWeek Silks full 24 inches IFOYLARD of dots and designs in a good range of colorings these include 50OnC BLACK CHJNA SILKS full 27 ihches wide jetblask smooth fin ish guaranteed water aud shower proof will give good wear and is the right weight fqr kimonos and house gowns An exceptional value Pc yard 55 BLACK SATIN MESSALINES brightlustrousexceptional value and one of our 89cweek Values FOQTWEAR TANfPLAY 50price CHILDRENS BLACK VELVET PUMPS sizes 11 JZ to 2 260 sizes 8 12 to 11 M 200 sizes 5 to 8 P 50 WOMENS TAN OXFORDS AND PUMPS in both suede and calf stocks the new hightoe last featured in this line prices rang- eom00 down J O ffr WOMENS WHITE CANVAS PUMPS heel anklestrap style wood oniLT 4J200 I I Mens Neckwear WASHABLE FcYU RIN 70atSILK FOURINHANDS reversible all silk regular 2r c values sale price 2 for I 25C Mens Suspenders PURE SILK all elastic or genume 25eon LARGE FIGURES IN ALASKA Labor Receives High Wages Up There but Correspondingly Big Prices Are Demanded for Produce Alaskan soil Is spread with a thick mnt of moss This must be burnod off before the northern agriculturists who Sell their oats and potatoes to the miners nt stunning prices caq plant their seed and hustle through theIr crop ere the short summer Is over It Is absolutely essential to burn this moss If it Is plowed under elements of the moss inimical to agri cultural plans spoil the crops The Alaskan farmers have Invented If shal low plow with which they loosen up the moss and prepare It for the match Farming U expensive In Alaska with Jilred hands getting 6 to 750 a day But on the other hind hay sells for 60 to 101 per toy and strawberries at 125 to 2 a quart J P Rlckort who has a greenhouse In Fairbanks Alaska sells tomato at 50 cents to f1a pound and cucum bers at 2 to 5 a dozen It is hard to generalize about what will grow In Alaska Because the cli mate is so diversified with IWmost continuous rain mild winters and fair ly cool Hummers along stretches of the south coast and short hot sum mers with moderate rainfalll and so vcro winters In tho Interior valleys The frozen tundras of the north are out of the question for agriculture At Kadlak off the south coast the minimum temperature was two do jrees last winter To find and develop things which will thrive In Alaska tho department of agriculture has three agricultural stations at sulfa Rampart and FaIr- banks and a dairy farm at Kadiak on the south coast One impediment to agriculture In Alaska la the big black ravens C 0 Georgeson the government special agent In charge complains In his an nual report that tho birds have an Insatiable desire to destroy anything they believe useful to man They tore up his strawberry plants nod he calls them a veritable curse Among ther plants which thrive In Alaska are currants gooseberries raspberries salrnonberrles radishes lettuce and a strawberry hybridized with a native variety at Sltka certain early maturing varieties of win tor and spring wheat and rye spring barley spring oats and spring emmer nt Rampart potatoes oats and other hardy grains at Fairbanks Barleys Importe4 from Pamir In Central Asia and from Yakoutsk Siberia matured at Rampart In 87 and 88 days respec Uvely1 f J 7rrt vGowns sIMUSLINS Duality cut i 11vokel 11 1NAINSOOKfineiqualityl 1 1 IandI I LINEN LAWN low square I shirred yoke ribbon draw inserIItion of embroidery and lace around col t OR ilar sale icu WIlt J TWO HUNDRED STYLES with fine and laces and en 1broideries dainty tuckings hem stitching and handemhroidery prices range from 2a to t and 500 S350 Lt3 WOMENS White Lingerie OR MISSES sesIILingerie Dress kimono waist skirt and flounce and fine embroidery a aSaleONE HUNDRED STYLES of womens MalquisetteDresses and misses White Lin I IIered in white and colors prices range from 4750 r Crdown to Ip 7 O J White Dress Skirts t 1pla1 INDIAN READ LINEN habit gered styles buttons on the tback 98Iand Children- IMPORTEOREEP habit back with box plait back and front QDsaleINFANTS WHITE INDIA LINEN DRlSSSESsizes months to 3 year pintucked yoke collar and sleeves trimmed with hem lawn ruffle sa e CI 50c CHILDRENS WRITE DRESSES sizes 2 to 6 years fine Indian linen fronts trimmed with embroldecydl sale linceSpr Isizesl I I Mens Furnishings Mens Socks ONYX COTTON SQCKSfull IIfashioned in black and colord regular 25c values 2 for 25c I 2 for 13C SQCKSimj1ted a 13cyncePURE SILt SOCKS seamless and full fashioned broken sizes valuesup taloo choice v for 25 Motion Pictures of Children a Fa Society women who are accustomed to spend from 3000 to 10000 a year for photographs of themselves and their children Lave seized on a new phase of this Idea They are taking to motion pictures and the phonograph They want motion pctures of their children at play or at parties so they may have them In after years just as they have their children photographed several times a year to keep until the children are grown up LIke- wise they are keeping records of the voices of the chldren by phonograph WhetS the tithe arrives that both tho motion pictures and the phonograph syrichronouslyIrecords of society women at present Is to take moving pictures of their children and to show thorn at Christmas time or on occasions when the mbmbers of family are gathered together thEfI fad of course Is somewhat but society women have taken to It The Literary MlmI IIwillspools of thread some tatting frlm a box or two of cutout games sr scIssors and my wifes new wajsta box of tacks jud eome tooth paste aI vok book anW a teeing kit some let tera that my wile has writ Borne ap plo cores tho kids put there one ot two wads of handmade hair a bottle of shoe polish tooa hair Ijrush ana In baby shoe some stockings that are worth a darn a skein or two of darn log yarn a picture book or two tor thre a picture babe baa drawn for gUl1Ij then write an Immortal porno that villj havoSwiriTurno douhlocrossed ICai my pehclls are not lost Houston Peat 14 LMyf tutor have occasional weeks of blankness which resist my most sub tie methods and I bavp come to the conclusion that they are suffering at such times from a form of mental In digestion They have been taught enough and need rest before their winds will receive and stow away an1 more facts couple of days works wonders and even one day Is some- tinlesenough But Wls hard to tnata the mothers understand the Import ante of these holidays and mine of them begrudge the loss ot even a few lesson t t t L JA 4 lr f Protect Your Property Sprijig jfe now here with its Il IyourI D 1 We absolutely guarantee that your property is immune froiii 1ighmingS when properly rodded by us Call and let us demonstrate tp you V ShuItzI p fTCCleavoil I IID t rKNOB GK EK STOCK FARM Please Read anti Think it Over RED LIGHT No 2272 r I iliVolVIzLSILBA I Siredby Lightfboi BrummelK 1224hc by Beau Brummell 850 Dam Daisy Glen 7621 jju S fl B A by C Cx Caflns Glen Brook I DESCRIETION Red Sorrell stripe in face two short stpfckings 15 34 hands weight IlpO very smoothe head and neck like a geld jngs Notablem5fch nOr a weak spot about him Keveiv years old Has been shown harness rings roadster rings five gaited saddle rings combined rings double team rings and was sownwhea a three year oldfor best stallion and three of his colts get of that year and he qnly three colts an he Won that In 1910 he made his first show at Hardin county fair anti lost He won first every show he madevthe remainder of the show season including the Pembroke Horse ShwKy State Fair and Tm State Fair He made his lasteshow at the Horse how at Clarksville Tenn and won firSt in the 200 harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen horses in the ring H iis breeding very strong after himself About threefourths of his colts are sorrels and good gaited I have a two yearold sorrel studby him that I think without doubt iis the best prospect in K tUcky much better than his sire atthe same age Here you have achande to breed to a horse that i colored right bred rightbreeds right gaited right and Is right and the price iis 11 right He has proven himself to be a vanning 2how horsE in the best companywe have in Kentucky and Tennessee He will make the r season of 1911 atKnoSteckFaT5aRue county at 25 To Insure a Living Co1t5 Mares kept oh paiture at 82 per month If fed grain will be charged for cost valuej L attend 1Q this business myself saproper care Will e taken hut I will not be responsible should any dinnagel 4Ioccur s j THOMPSON I Hodpenviile f D No3 Atbertonvile KlijRf i 1 = aaa Noble Denmark t Isied by the Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the Kentucky and and Missouri Champfon Saddle Horse Thornton Star 2d dam by Art Rose he byArtistand out of aMont Rose mare t NobVDenmaririSa great bred saddle horse having Jblood of the best saddle sires He Is a chestnut 15 hands a Inches high a L horse of good action both at rack and trot and strictly sound Last year with little local training he proved himself a successful howihorse fri goodCOttipany As a breeder his first fees nor colts won first and second ties at qor last fair He and his colts won the herd ring and he won for finest stallion mare or gelding also other prem iums in his class Mr Shropshire who traiiied Edna Mae Red other noted show horses baa had Noble Denmark In past winter and says he isthe best gaited Highland saw alto there was not a finer horse within 100 jjMCD01Jflldand Josh B Bowles says he Is th est type for a he knows of Matt Cohen said he resembled McDonald V very much like the champion saddle horse Star ask owners of good mares to study his breeding gaits his in and soundness and compare hint to anyother horse before elsewhere Your motto should be always breed to the best I II know who keeps the best for I have owned the only Stallions county that have sire premiunv colt for the Jaat ten Yourliast patronage has been appreciated and ask for a can tinuance of same as I believe I am offering a stallioni whfch has no superior in this or adjoiningj counties Noble Denmark will stand At20 To Insure a Living Colt t J Monte Wood I will also stand the well known breeder Monte Wood also MonteyearsAllCristo and 1St dam by Mark Diamond 49 Monte Wood a t first dam by Edwin Fqest He is a darkbay 15 Jiands 3 in high a I horse wit1i ptentyof bOne and sulstare and now has a number qf s good mareS and geldings in WashjngCD county vSeaaon fe S10 4C 1Marcsbitdi 1 0I== = eyEKY BUSINESS MlN oFcognaes the importance conducting all business details by- T savinVi r hitfjIfI pany Long distance connection to all important points in the r Ul1itedStt srates reasonabe Eervlcethe best V CO rBEBLAKlTELEP ONEtELi3riAPe COMPANY Incpr1Qrf 5 WE t I USE DANEBOONEAXLEEASEAId AIdap ase tt JM c c I t I Made in Lodsvfl1e by CHAS CSTUOJ ai 4Si TTiieIBIIRTOI IMftiDENT DCNTI6T EXTRACTEDf j Block stainJIPwIKagMI t up RINGFIELD KY All I Dent1 Work Strictly Firstclmis liR JJC A1ULJ- g fIJiiciwi i l and Snrgeon d1Offichours 8 to 9 am 1 V t lt2pm r over HtyilDiifc Jhttjstoi ml5 It 4 JL H Lampton M D a Office i Ofcra HMISC frfJ Office Phone No L Residence No 38 FGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW k 4F Offlce over Peoples Bank f SPRINGFIELD KY 1I- ii ZDr W HYAtT Office over Red Cross Urne f 43tore Office hours Hyatt 1080 t r jr4tn to 12 m 4 to 5pme fft JOHN Y MAYES tI fyiERHLuiKECM h iANDLICESEDEMDA1MEfl- v f TELEPHONE iJi DAY19a NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY DRWF TRUSTY PRACTICAL I a m- arrives Bar sLowu 1UM a at Springtier1 3140 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p m Bardstown 220 p m I Bardstown Junction 410 p mv arrives at Louisville 545 p us Jl Fruit and Made Treesss- Jto l Strawberry plants q SSAsparagosrBiackberriPs Rasp ibecries Roses Hhubard dtp 2Write for free catalogue Weave 1 v no agents r f HJ7 Hillepiijejer Son vsiii Lexington Ky I JEncoursgement r Weil sidd one art critic J think our efforts have Improved the display I of public statuary In one respect What Is thatr You dont see wooden Indians In front of cigar stores any more t Such Is Life Well you are famous now my boy k tabletSon the house you occupied so many yeareScla that eo7 He ncrer would paper c 5iJtvwnUe I was there 1 w Paceiused your fINIng machine TheInventorNo biltmy wife J assSho used It for kindling lastj IlweelLIf its Mission jti rf regard the hobble skirt as a agcntpIto Bcfx do ybu make that out 1 t7 J Because It compels one to lkln t i the straight arid narrow path t Vtcer hers Preference Automobninf Isnt so good id coM ItZi pro 1jr4 vld its colrl enough to keep tio con 55afle IiidooraSit A CroslngSlIUlf s1d the fortuno teller an fjaftiy will sfcbrtly cross your path Gee5qiiotkt the automoblliBt bdoesitwheretheitiat an o b4Z0 lft6 ii I TOWN Local Happenings of interest i rTheil IIAIJAboutYourseft FrIends i and Acquaintances t 4 Ill 1 New Hats in Saturday a nj r V Mrs Williams 7 Have a big tune at the Rink May 4th Fancy northern seed corn for sale Barber Pettus Thursday night Majjr 4th the big night at the Rink it FQR RENT Good cove pasture S P Derringer ii jidayA nfce assortment of picture moulding Barber Pettus Dont forget Thursday night May 4th at the Rink Lee Millsand Margaret Moore two well known coloed people were married at St Rose last Week by Ray Father SUlhv ST1YEDPae Red cow from my riot Spricgfield April 231 Any information will be rei warded J LBarberi Dont fail to see the new ha patterns at Mrs Williams Saturday For pastry and nice white oak Ben Johnson Flour yoj should take But for biscuit ann nice hgl t breadSWhite Rose Flour is ft r ahead Monday was the regular lei of the Police Court vThere wz s aconsiderable docket and sever contested cases howeveias tl e parties were not ready io ai v case all were continued the stret4 Ji1- Ii r n g ranlad ntJVlisI t tiIiee n j s ch- e liv irdnssf d lotb Iay on es ouerifl LpfstPJn Deputies Herbert Eddl Ian and Geo Bodine were on the s enp In a few minutes and separated the two who were then clin hoed on the ground with Lewis ot top Time pistols were taken from them and each lodged in jal A warrant for carrying con ealed a deadly weapon wa taken out for each a warrant was also taken against Si Moore for Breach of the Peac j and against Lewis for Shooting with intent to kilL Moore was tried in the Police Court on end charge and acquitted in each case Lewiss trials arc set for ear lug in the Police Coart P iday Real Estate Transfers Mr Jas P Willett sold 0 Dan Mcllvoy his residence on Davi on Avenue for 8500 Mr Geo Begemann old to Mr WE BrOwn his h6usb and lot on East Main street for 2000o V Rink Opens Messrs L A Burns C W Camden and F M Marti i bit VE opened a skating rink lathe Springfield Tobacco Warahouse Extensive preparations uave been wade to properly fltitup1 forth purpose A new hari wood floor having been ud and ajreaV amount oLtrimm ng and other work have tirade it one ii the best rtuks in the country Itis open every Tuesd HlhI1d- ay find Saturday evenings About f 00 people w rfin ut te9dancIrL d8Y nigh an a larger crowd iis expected tonigh r7j Notice iAir persons Indeote totbe Red Qroai Drug Store dfr to Leo tluydou are notifieuto jocce for ward and settle atones i clsave tsQtcZjtI CLiJ Yt Leo Haydcn j TOPICS i t Kuty May at the Rink to1 night the last chance to see her I i School to Close I The Springfiicld Graaed School will close May 23d The past session has been a very successful one and the attend ance throughout the term has been large and marked progress has been made The usual com mencoment exercises will be held r Anoth educational l event of 1lfieIdji will be held here Juno the 8th 9th and 10th It will be remembered that the tournament held here once berorej WR3 one of the most successful tourna ments ever held in the State And the people will be glad to learn hit we are again to have jt Child Drowns The infant child of Mrs Jas Hardin who lives neir Polih fell into a milk house in which water hail risen one day last week andI before an v qne was aware of what had happened had drown ed Burial was at Willisburg Friday The parents lave the sympathy of all in their misfor tune 4 GordonScott Mr Omer Scott and Miss Olackie Gordon were quietly married yesterday afternoon at 3 C clock bjr Rev J A Simms The groom is a son of Mr W R Seottiand i San industrious young farmer while his bride is a daughter of Assistant Road Supervisor John H Gordon and is one of the most popular and accomplished young ladiesof the community The ycung peope stand high inthe estimation ofI iLl who know them and have the best wishes of a host of friends A Rose for Each Year On the 27th of5 April the Btp list Sunday School reached its majority After passing through the successive stages of child hoods ills it has now attained to a vigorous young manhood At the organisation of the school J edge W E Selecman was chos superintendent and for twen tyone years has made an exceptionally faithful and fftctive officer At the close of the session on last Sunday morning she pastor stepped forward and after expressing the Schools love for appreciation of her superinten dent presented to the Judge twentyone beautiful roses a fragrant emblem of the mem bers estedm for their chief officer Mr Selecman was greatly surprised but in his usual ready manner in few well chosen and touching words told of his grail tude There were feyry eyes in the room when all joined m singing Blest be the tie thatt binds ur hearts in Christian love Notice All persons indebted to the VVilliVlCnott Millinery are notified to come in and settle atonce All accjunts not paid by May 15 will be placedin the hands oIa collector Mrs JS Clements Notite All persons indebted to the nrra fG D Robertsori Co are requested tlocall and settlei at once as we areout of businpsa now and our ho1btks must be closed GD ROBERTSON Co In the GiOainttry The shades of evening were falling The dim electric lightS feebly strove to pierce the gloom that over shadowed the platform of the elevated loop station There was no crowd a most un usual happeningand the young man and young woman who were In the darkest spot close together and busily cohverslngi had the platform almost to themselves Impulsively sho leaned nearer With a swift motion she put her inns around his neck and At this precise moment the plan on QpposlteIw en watching the pair turned his head and looked the pifier way It was nono of his business The purpose of this story Is to assure those two young persons that 1tbe man Saw nothing except what IS imUjiuily dt forth SL ra FJMrs A G Noo pt Coiumbup Ohio is the guust of jer parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Mesdimes it KNoe J R Thursf MrsW V Stalatd is the gueAof her sisters the Misses Campb l3qwlingGreen Mr W IL Arnold has accept erla position with McCl u ret Mayes Mrs Hugh LteSiiiti5is visiting Xriends in Bard own IMr Mattie McDj svell of Dan ville is isitlng reaLved here Misses Celia and DoUie Ore I 0r spent Saturday in Louis ville Mrs Katie Will ams was in Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs J F Pettus spent Monday iii Lanon Mr B D Lake wkb at Liberty Monday Miss Jessie ViLnM ter of Louisville will arri fe today for a visit ito Miss Margaret Simms Mr Tom Edelenv of Louisyille ishere this week the guest of hissister Miss Carrie Edelen Mr T S Mayeji Mrs T W Simms Sr Mrs t4 L Haydn and Mrs U J Sa don were in Bardstown laturdiy MrsJS Clements left for Louisville tnis monning to spend several days Duting her stay she will attend a reception at the home of Judge Montgomery in rndfSenatoriTyatt of Lp gaa County Cbndi ate for Com missioner pf Agru ulture was iu town Monday and Tuesday Bon 1or an Cinn candidate for clerk of the Cjbtirt of Appeals was in town yesterday Miss Daisy jtlorrissev oft ILouisville will arrive this week for a visit to Mrs W E L ach man Mrs HefTernaf Rubel returned to her lathe iin Lebanon this weekafter a vsj to her mother jher Miss Margarfit Simms was in Lebanon Mondav Mrs J Y Ma es visited her daughter Mrs Ip E Buster at Qarrodsburg In t week Notice of Graded Common School Election Nytice is hereby giva that at the regular Apnl term 1911 of the Washington County Court the following order was duly entered of record- Washington Copnty Cjurt Alpril 24th 1911 W W Witlhaai and 19 others 0u Petition to EstablishJ a Graded Coma on School It appearing to the court that at thu last regular term of this court March 27th 1911 petition ers W W Willhara John W Baker JTHiydoii WF Hall J H Moore W1F Bottom Jno A Sharp S If Campbell Zona Best G WJslam WSLowe J W Arnold R Thompson VJ Raybourne E L Brilton EE Case RvR Isham Hartford Turner Jas Lt Cochran and J 0 Hamilton all of whom are white citizens and legal vo teis and taxpayers in the Justices District hi which the grad ed common stt hool districtl hereinafter descriit ed is located filed their petition in this court praying for the establishment of a graded comiron school district as bereindftcr defined and de scritjed and Tor the holding of dn election therein as provided oy law said district o ing situ ated in Wash igon County Ky and is boundi d as follows Beginning at the schbpl house iin Mackville Kyj extending a limit line of two and one alf miles norfh ended at 1 on the lands of 0 J Hickerson thence S a74 W S4 poles to the middle of the county road passing over the straightlineBirch land t1ence S 75U W 60 poles on same thence S 75t w poles 3 on Geo Walkers hand thence s 63 J W 40 ixiles on same 63i W It7 poles to 4 a stake on heel Hyatts land thence S 61 3 4 W 14 141 son same to the middle ofMackviueiWUHsbUrgandchaplln Graves land JS 51 34 w 128 poles on Robert Keelirigs land S 51 34 W 5 poles on Uoosby Ishams land thence S 39 34 W J36 poles on same S b9 34 W 21 poles to io la stake on R D Hick orsons Innd t ence S2l34 W 48 poles- on same b 27 34 w 104 poles on Dan Mcltvoys land S 27 34 w 6 poles to 7 n stake on lvn Sales lane5 thence S 16 W3 poles 01 same S 16 w 17 poles on Herman St ewmaker to 8 a stake on Willie Ray3ournes land thence S 4 w44 poles to he cre kton same S 4 w 113 poles to 9 a stake Mrs Ray bournes land thence S 4E t2 plea On same 4B 12 poles to the middle of the Mackville Springfield turnpike on the lands of Kiiey thence wta the meanderings rf pike 118 poles to tiS a 1stakcfoC Riley and Will Sweeney John RlLney 4 Il J iIsL = LJOaERl TTUiiuJU Cood Old SprngtimeI Is Herei ANDt I CMPUII 1 t I I I Screen Goods of All Kinds s 100 to 175 Windows IOc to 60c Screen Cloth 12c 20c yds I1Door Stretchers which are the best can be had 150 to 200 I A beautiful display of Hammocks 150 to 1000 il IS s e I Should you find in House Cleaningl you needed a spring or maless I to us and buy one with our guarantee for business v 4 IIcI mL LEACHMAN CAMrBELL I 01I iI t CID fi and Lula Wycoff lands thence S 53 4 164 poles to 16 a stak passing through the lands of the following John Rainey Lula wycoff Elvin Yaste James Bowles and Dan Tholnpson thence s 75 E80 poles to 17 a stake Lottie Montgomery lands thence S 894 E 200 poles to 18 a stake on same and Wm Anderson thence s 29 34 E 120 poles to 19 a stake on said Anderson thence s 56 B 156 poles to 20 a stake onsame and John Gilles pie thence s 84j E 112 poles to 21 a stake on said Gillespie and Abner Hil ton and Henry Isham to the middle of Tick puce thence with the meanderings of said pike 50 poles to 22 a point in the middle of the Texas Mackyille turnpike thence with the meanderings of said pike 92 poles to 23 a point in the middle of the creek opposite Mrs Powells gate thence N 88 E 48 poles 24 on the Powell heirs thence N 66 E 276 poles to 25 a stake on same and Marion Sweeney thcrice N 53 34 B 116 poles to 26 a stake on Richard Horn and Gao Powell thence N33 Y E 120 poles 27on same N 37 E 96 poles to 28J on Nick Hatchett thence N 33 E 232 poles 29 on the line beta em Robinson Mayes Del Bottom Jacob Bottom to middle of Mackville Jenkinsville turnpike thence with the middle of the pike s 8i5 E 16 poles to 30 middle ot the Harrodsbur turn pike thence with the meandenngs of same 170 poles to31 astake between the lands of Jacob Botton Tyler Lem Camden and Geo Ballow Robert Bottom and Irvin Mayes and Cloyd thence N 171 w 68 poles to 32 on Mayes and Mrs Wilson thence N 40 w 124 poles 33 on Mrs Wilson and James Burns thence N 52 34 w 92 poles 34 on Burns and Lizzie Wright thence N 15 12 w 140 poles 35 on Wm Graves N21J4 w148 poles 36 on same and Ruby thence N 42j w 52 poles 37k on said Ruby N 361 w38 po es 38 middle ofthe Card welt pike ort same thence s 80 w 252 poles 89 to a sta6on Walter shew maker and Wm Lawson thence N 774 to 40ia stoke In the North limit line opposite Campbell residence on CampbellthenceNotib begiftningjAruHtI tfppearing that said district has been agreed on by the Judgeof this curt the petition ers the county superintendent of schools of Washington county and the trustees of the school district affected thereby it is therefore ordeied that the Sher iff of Washington county open a poll in said proposed graded common school district at the school house iu Mackvtile Washj inglon county Ky in trict on the 17th thy cff J une1 1911 for the purpose of taking thB sense of the legal whie voters iin said proposed graded common school dintrict pon tthe proposition whether or pot they will vote an annual tax in ihe sum of Twentyfive Cents 25cI on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in said district owned by wh- iteperisonsi 00 on each whie male inhab oflageofl district and for erecting pt ri chasing DC repairing suitatije theref r if necessary It ialnr ther ordered that toe bheriffofj Washington county shall a t e1 same time and placo open a pall t offsaidtrict Notice of said electtott will be given byubisbinln some weekly or daily nespaperl ty1forelection and also advertise the some by priatedjor written handbills posted a live conspicuous places hiv said proposed graded school district for at least 20 days before the day of saU oleotloifrl Tne said Sheriff hall eive time notice of said election and shall have said advertkeuintinsertd- and notice herein provided for posted within ten days after bei receives this order and HI least SOdays before said oiicti jn The said Sheriff siiall appj uta judge and cJejkof iid erectibn wio shall take adI subscribe to an Ii for the fiithfui ploa rfbrmanceItheir dutie On apart for thej election as jaforei said the officers of saf4v election shall oven a poll and propound to each voter who mav vote th e question Are you fpr or graded com eOn school IIPailHthis vote shall be record againstthe same as he may direct ttand said officers shall recerdi the vote for th names of the live trustees for whom each Of the voters may vote Said heriff and a11 other offisers sball discharge all such other duviesfnit herem enumer atd as may be required by law and said elections shall be held in all respects as may be requir ed by law Copy Attest W P Booker Clerk- Notce is hereby given that an election will be held at the School House in Mftckyille Washington county Kv between the hours of 6 am and 4 pm on Saturday Tune 17tlr 1911 and will conductedln all respects and for as required by the of the Washing Curt and malr other respcts as required 6y law This Apri 20th 1911 S j5 ANDERSON Sher ff Washington County 4- Big Mack JJ Will maUe the season at my place 3 miles From Frederick town Ky4at 8 to Insure a Living Colt B g Maik is by the late J A Sympson BlacK Spanish Jack and out o jennet sired by Rapier jjack he ly Gov Wood Lied retained oo all colts to jsujure pakment t of service feet J W WILLETT ITo pass official inspectiont your must be dipped in anap provEd dp Use Minors Fluid 1 r onIf Rushing for Trains irsj Charles Whitney who lires In Overbrook and whose husband comes io town every morning called the maid yesterday with rather excited direction Qh Sarah she said I hadnt noticed how late Uls Go upstairs and tell Mr Whitney to hurry or hell miss his train t have called lhlm Sarah answered proudly and be says maam that it I putsjhe grapefruit Jest outsldo the donrand the chops ott the top stop and the rolls and coffee oh the andinglio can catch the 810 train Illustratedj bee g gerated until It becomesTajTJce tho earnest advisOr 3Zl sjno exiictly what youre comm- 5ut rcpHoL Ta11LDtulaTJmiWT1e Tour aceaJlrli1bl Jn an reatlyo be udqllred fIve jvt ez iIij create u kltl dlsidniioS t C RelrIgerawrsanalceujoxesk 8 50 to 1600 the most satisfactory line e placedon the market urr Porch aj d Lawn Goods the Largest assortmentyet shown Prices to please all Baby CarriagesS5 and Go Carts 1 50 to O QO 11 S Your h s IL iILT w fIfou1ike IG99ci m Things11LI confectionery on the appetizing They tbok good pie and buns axe good IIIIgazeI Will Make You 11If I if you taKe some llungryw home the ffamily will blM f IIIand Everything from Low eys ChocUt te ow mince pie is the bast of its kmdrwkoliMOMt well made and perfectly deliciousS I r Give us a call I FITZGERALD BEBTLEIS I T jto 1 ODRiGHEfflLSD 4 I IIIps i 4 Hot Water and Steam Heatinga11 A SPECIALtY Give us a trial All work guarati4t Prttr j Seryicc SPRlNGFIjfijf A Storekeeper Ssys A lady came into my store lately and said uI have bew using a NewPerfectiort Oi1CooStwiaflwinter in my apartment I want onenow Ibrmy ununerjbb npe I think these oil stoves are wonderful If only women knew what a cOmfort they are they would AUbav l one I spoke about my stove to a hotrof ray friends and they were aston ished They thought that there was smell and Brooke from an oil stove and i that it heated aroomjusUike any othe stove I told them of my experience and one after anothei they got one and now not one of them would give Jieri up for five times its cost1 The lady who said this had thought an oil stove Was all right for quickly haWng mills for a baby or hailing a kettle of water or to make coffee quickly In the morning but she never dreamed ol using it for difficult or heavy cooking Nowabe knows Do you really appreciate what a New Perfection on CookStove mean to No more coal to carry no more coming to the dinner table ao tired out that you cant eat Just light a Perfection Stove and irnmedltciiSthe beat from an intend blue JlamelbooU CkelISSer7NS qssr tip to the bottom oflO1 kettle or oven But you get bM at hat th a the roomJaot beated TherelsnoIIflOkeflO tmell outside beat no drudgery In Ue rse s wi kitchen thell ttoww wed r SSN jJj 1 I Oil CookStove it has a CMH8d Towith a aIf for kSp1nC sma W 1tIe c tkel ftniabiiii t bightblise UM chimneys mae be hr and atract17 4k WitkliJjIMtS btirn b t in be had with liPtb utCab1JMt 9 ETJ4ka1M systywbis th Jee tthezisrssISscv Standard OH iii F JI71 IiISI1Lii1 5S rT j Felled fit Health P4NMy mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward Jjerseyville nt and left me to care for six children III Had never been strong and this with the shock bother Wath was too much for me v UI foiled in health I was tired all 1he time and did A not want fo go anywhere nor care for company I had c the painsAt had done her so much good so I commenced to use it t and now 1 mm In good health t 1 iJn nIJI1 e CARDUII t J I The Womans Tonic JWometis pains are relieved or prevented and womens 4T stowigth is quickly restored brCaiduithe womans tonic I You yourself know best i or not ri If you do need it do not delay but commence to use 4 ft al Once Every day of delay Only lets you slide further k dews the hill cic r Dont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Write tat Ladles Advisory Dent Chattanooga Medicine Co Chaltanooeat Teno lot cfet Instructions tndMwee book Home Treatment for Women sent free e j t ACHING BOYS TO COOK Wl4ky aidrrezsIv New York IIL W Tralnlni Her Sons In 1 Hlolvylf yfi3 1l Oii oithe mot t progressive of the a y energetIc New York women has b fcSMHiBced that she intends her sons to k rhtipfal In household duties ai I Iwuzhtera and that this iummer ihe will start them with a camp In a corner of her country place There 4will be two tents one tor sleeping pur poles ud the other for cooking nndJ etixg ani there they are to learn to I 4do plain copMag such as every UtC man should know who hopesI L t411oe Y to marrY aoy the fond mi ii mddlng plaintively especial t lir Im die M days when even the beAt of boyffrlB In danger of getting mar tied to a comic picture BUffrag tte ifr k the training In housewifery however t considered valuable even If the lads k Are Bpared this fate for their steps stay turn to the fatha of the explorer crthe engineer which will carry them s far from such luxuries as housekeep en aad valets Iiat all times they taew they can turn to and cook for IhewBelveB they are eXpect d to feel ji maetery over even the most ill be i i Mv d circumstances The husband t tiir f the Buffragette even will go about t seienttypconfident that long as feminine volt tics spares him his trusty chafing dish all will be well If that is ever needed to be used for ammunition in a milt tEt priBlng there will still be tin f pans and the gas stove li But cooking Is not the only ac complithment booked for these young etera The care of their two tents dnylLfp mother at no regular hour either so tt will behoove the boys to have their abodo always In order Guidance InI onrroutine lest the lads Ignorant should grow up Into useless OfthIS1J 1lessl creatures The w man who plans this practical training for her sons is hoping that 1similar camps will be established on neighboring estates so that a little friendly rijalry may add zest to theI Ijoys of putting ones house in ierIThe healthful outotdoor life and the IIndependence born of tent JIving willi 1o the city lads more good than any I other known scheme for the summer months she thinksIj SGather d Some Trophies j Assemblyman Jimmie Foley ISm t king a recrdup at Albany as a story teller according to the New York cor respondent of the Cincinnati Times Star He advised an associate in the le itature to Iteep out 9f a situation wtilcb to Mr Foleys trained POIlU enses promises danker Itmakcalt 4 me think of an Incident down in my district sold he You know there are some ports of it that are pretty 4 tub and when a couple of friends of tube on their way home one might f heard an awful racket In a tenement t house one Insisted on goirig In to t find out the I knotevery JDpnt 0 troubleI1 houM knibw em In the darkcould tell em with my eyes shut and II thqyrerig1 ty tough Tm going In anyhow said Har xigan It you dont want to tackle I It you wait for m6 In a minute outsideI4 tt jjoltla Harrigan sound bringing door with him I told you so r Morgan I told you theyre bad saidf plal In there I know em Ii Y6u know em do you sneered Harrigan YoU knofem well I iI i esst lersah soldthe did 3cenm blsI r ttlL su jp Who oWn these ears s IIt t Soak and cauliflower bon the caullflower Fritters In theII iiu t way 4he eparato into fIdw ers Dip each piece into a thin fiat ter plupgeinto boiling fat and fry a llcatebrown Serve very hot on a napkin If preferred the pieces be Dipped in mixture of salt pepperI ir vinegar and oil then fried CLERGYMEN IN QUEER RO ES Three Took Part ma TowelWashing Competition and Another Got Prize for Sewing At bazars and suchlike functions ministers of the gospel sometimes en gage In very amusing competitions 011enteringAta church bazar at Slough some little time ago great fun was occa stoned by the appearance of a trio of reverend gentlemen in the role of washwomenSThey pitted themselves against each other la a dusterwashing competition and having been provided 31th a bowl of water a piece of soap anfeo dirty duster they set vigorously to work The time allowed for the washing was three mlnutesjlon the expiration of which the dusters were submitted to the critical Juagment of three mar ned ladies But they found the dust ers of two of the competitors so well washed that they could not decide which was the cleaner A somewhat similar clerical contest formed one of the attractions at a be- heldrar In Manchester Imthls stance the articles elected to be washed were towels and each com butIpart in this competition the wdy they shaped at the washtubs causing some of the lady spectators to shriek laughterIibest was considered to be that which had been none by a curate recently dand somebody had tfco hardihood to suggestthat perhaps he had been taking lessons at home At a barar arranged for the benefit of n Liverpool Church a handkerchief jhemming competition took place be tweea thrge clergymen of the town They were to do as much as they could in the time limit of a quarter of an hour anti the prize half a dozen cholce ocfcet handkerchiefs was to be awarded to the one who did the hOst hemmlpg of a presentable char acterIOneot the reverend gentlemen proved qulto an adept at the work for his hemming was not only by far the neatest but he did nearly double as much as the next best competitor and therefore carried Off the prize In the 16 minutes allowed he hemmed nearly on side of his handkerchief A Religious Movement Buddhism says a Berlin paper is rapidly spreading in Europe The number of converts is daily increasing especially in Germany England and Hungary The influence 9f the higher religious thought of the Orient was bound in these days of rapid travel and aroused ltaojffelt1st the growing sale of small popular epitomes of various phases of eastern religious and philosophic thought and also translations of the great rellgfous poems of the Orient fOn this continent Vedantism Theosophy and esoteric Buddhism have become fairly well known and the work of the new teachers is not seldom on broad humanitarian lines especially may be cited the education al Work earned on at Point Loma In southern California and in Cuba by the Universal Brotherhood and Theo eophical society in which are enlisted men of wealth and high business capacity under the leadership of Katherine Tlngley a woman of Peal 1executive ability The work done In the young for practical life la potable 7 Cneckmaiea lam very sorry to see you down and out old man How dM you come Ko this condition started out to astonish the I world And then- Instead the world astonished mo t Mrs SqrapplngtunAclcrgynlan re elves 5 or 10 for marrying a cou pie and by and by lawyer Is paid themrtainl1lPunchJ I The Tefyjerfoot Farmer It was one of these cafpcrimentol farmers who put green spectacles on his cowrand fed her shavings HJs theory 1lISthat it ddnt matter what the cow otc so long as she was fcd The qneftions of digestion and nourishment had 1 not entered into his calculations t WII only o tcnderfoptf farmer that would try such an erperimentwith a cow But many a farmer feeds him Mif regardless el digestion and nutrition He might almost as well eat shav It ise lor all the good he gets out of bla food The result is that the stomach t gr01ftYweakthe action ol the organs of digestion and nutrition ore impaired aad the mae sufcrs the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness I a v itemaclit restore tho activity of the or kIi re4nutrition and brace op tbo ncrres tF jijiifek MedIcal Discovery It Is am aa IwaT the confidence of physicians as 4 Ic th thrxands healed hY Its IIs f Medical D scoverf f Ir a temperance medi It i th i t nor narcolic jastd Jj asre from alcohol i sg rijerous drugs AltierdieMrprintedon tDsttltrc Ms owe profit Thekae lIM4tcino for DjwiylLA HANDBAG TO MATCH IIT SHOULD HARMONIZE WITH j MY LADYS CQSTUME r Velvet Black Moire orpe aribroidery Are the Favored Materl r als Though Tinted Suede Bags Also Are Much Liked The woman In search of newt handbag is apt to be flurried by the many styles offered But let her only consider her costume when she goes forth to Rbon and pav us muCh ss she can afford and all will be well In dolor anH material the reticule must harmonize with the gown with which It is wornlt must be plain 0 elo gant as the occasion requires the cheap trumpery flashy thing to be avoIded Handbags have an aristocracy all their own and there is rioth fng that gives you so dead away as the wrong thing For the smarter of the tailored gowns a bag Ina woven material is thought dressier than one in an animal skin that is deer skin excepted for wjth the soft finish of suede and with brilliant metal frames this skin is made up In many stunning ways But the bag of velvet or black moire thingjsquare frames and cord handles with a tassel finish A huge affair of black moire with an oval top in bright gilt clasping with two lapping knobs is the pno approved by the girl who trips along In the short tight skirt in the extrathe more they show trim ankles the bigger the bag often Linings of these useful accessories match in elegance moire In delicate colors violet pale blue gray or cer ise being the favorite doublings In every bag whatever Its material there IIs the usual tiny change purse and if the articles very fine there is often a flat square purse as well Black velvet and moire bags go with frocks In any color Indeed In these materials black is the smartest note The tinted suede bags of which there is a vast number must match the color of the gown or else harmon ize prettily with It Violet and pale olive are favorite colors for these and such hues go finely with black frocks A novelty In both suede and English moroccowhich Is one of the newest skinsIs a bag in cerise or more properly speaking chantecler red This is very effective with a black suit but when the bag is very big as It often is the eff ct Is too startling for any except the girl who Is not afraid of stares Scores of the j black leather bags are lined with this shade of red epccially those in patent leather but the w man who wants something in exquisite tastd will choose a gray suede lining wIthY black Where it is impossible to get a Jag for every frock black patent leather is si useful choice for the single one that can be bought It is not so new as the woven materials or so durable butIIcnd EMBROIDERING TWO SIDES How to Acquire an Art In Needlework Which Until Now Hap Been Monopolized by Orientals In embroidering articles of dres It isan Immense help If the embroidery is alike on both sides The orientals have for some time monopolized this art but that Is not at all an unavoid able condition for we could acquire the method easily if we would bestow nnd acIfans jabots and tunics Begin with easy designs neither intricate nor elaborate in a frame so that both hands can be used Raised satin sUtch la the West suitable the stitches slightly slanting Fill in your patternas you go and fasten off each Invisiblyyoumust accuratelyswork a dot the same on both sides begin in the center finishing first one half and then the other Hems must not be outlined cqnven tlbnallzed pattern are more easily worked In this way Of course you must never use A knot and put the stitches very close together but never qyeriap Use both hands one above the other in working Thirty New Species of Fish The wilds of Africa are Just beginning to be accessible to the naturalist The country Is sufficiently broken ln he interior now to allow man to study at his leisure without the con hangingIqver Ithe Anfola country of West Africa has brought forth 30 new species of flsh hitherto entirely unknown to the ApsorgerImore than 1000 specimens of all and of coursq the vast Ichthyologlcal world still unexplored lies as a tempting poeIslbilltles of the dark continent arc appreciatedWhen plore methodically every corner of the great interior the biologists mineralogists and all the others in the field of science will doubtless make finds that will supply material for vol umes tayn9 by ChecK The poanut vender had a white ele phnnt on his hands in the shape ora check for JIOS Dlsa tIng no good he said I wanta da mon Having ascertained just where the check came from a systematic customer passed over da mon In ex change for thp check and then start ed an Investigation of somebodys rea rfons for buying fivecent begs of pep nuts on time Finally the woman who had introduced a new wrinkle Into the credit system was cornered for an Interview fl I pay for ever thing by the month thci said absolutely everything grc stationeryhiirIresSing I secno reason why J should mafii an eayJPitpn in peanuts Terrible Creature j7j3er said the small diciyHis J Ihere iiany animal more terrible han jpfolTf V IY55m7 son a cow If she isnt porsujugroiibyet7tho Bhe s trying to send fjerms around to row house in the raiik d I f = r Wild Squirrel W III pine the season of 19T1 afc the stables of J R Keene 7 miles from Springfield on the Bea wallovynke or the farm nown as the P Fr MoIntire farm at y lO To nsure SuQKV a Go to Stand and Wild Squirrdll isn sorrol horse 16 hands with red mane d tail He was sired by Gheenut Squr fel1No 1478 he by Kenmore SquirreJ Jo no by Red Squirrel irl dam c Prii cc- Jr second dam Wild Indian Will also at the same time and place standmy fica Jac Big MaticJr Joe Phillips ilig Mac he by 1lredbY He will nae the season 56 To Insurea Coll Until Weaning Time eLlen retained on all colts to secure payment of season Ml care taco to prevent accidents bdnot responsible1 should any occur JiaL KEENE Sason1911Jo- fn f W Baker id Dr W R Thompson 0 f Ma lie Ky hay e purchased of Geoj Towell his wel known 6yearold Ja He will make the season at the ban fof Dr Thompson a Macville Ky ire is one of the best Ja s in Eas fern Kentucy as has been proven bf his colts We solicit the business the farmers otj Washington county BAR It THOMPSOX j SHEEP IN THE PIT OLD MAN GIDDINS APPLIES PAR IABLE TI PUMP rLIt Had to Be Mendid Even lfltWasj Sun ay nd He Even Persuaded the Preacherfto Help Do tho obIOld Man Glddiniris l oseftj slay morning in th country and the pump needed repa ring It lay beneath tl e badlyIiron battered red painted temptQtlbnIto Old Man Old Ings heI wanted to plow t id west pike field Monday morning and he couldnt mend a pump ant pow at the same time Nobody cold L The old man Sundered dismally about Ina clean stljstarched shirt wlthqut a collar i id looked upon the red temptation t was such a little thing to do on Sunday Besides everybody was hr church and the heardI pulling a sheep out of a jilt The sheep abler it occurred to Old Man OldII dings wasyelTapt urely broken ppmp wa of as much janI an1uncertainwrench and was ost IThe hours fleu past but Old Man Giddlngs heeded otHe was interested In that red Pump It was such a tantalizing thing1 Whenever he thought he had Itt exactly right he found he was mistaken and the nut had to come off gain The new ptoio that Jim had brought fromtohad tobe filed and more washers ha1 to be cut out of an old boqt topIThe stiff whit4 shirt became moist and soggy A smear of oil ran acrosi the old mans t fee but ho labored with the pump for having put his pumphejand lied and fitted and adjusted but nr haying our hands heXuIdnt quite make it More time liii ttW ast and dinnertime came nea liPlewcre corn YOhlclesman now sara kept on i Then camd a hock Into the shea walked Mrs Gl dings and saw her husband with a small red pump tween his knee m a scowl cf fury on his dirty face aa a prench In either albleedingHenry Glddlnga exclaimed wfde do you know what d yIt t1It The old man rbele reluctantly I dont kno4 he said I started this Job Sunda morning but It feels like Wednesday And Brother JMorris Is hero to din ner stormed higi wife You ought to bo aahajned a yoursolf The old mans face brig toned I He is h c ckledGood Tell him I want tosee him out here just holdlonevoice had riser to a deep bass growl If I go to chMrcfi to see him work he can come pitt4and see me work And knowing1 her husband thus It was that the inllfscandallied brother Morris held a Drench while the old man mended m pump Good for you brother said the old man wiping h face on the sleeve of the now disrel able shirt1ft knowed I could depend ton you to help npuh1 that sheep ou of the pit Galveston News A Hardy arhlfy ielderlyIasIsumei t tmi employed an chap Joshua BoUori uio has been with that family and thu prevloup generation for t more years t an they can romember In view the eforo of his advanced ttge it was w th surprise that his oni ployer receivic d one day an application for a few dajfloff in order that tfiif fold fellow nii tht as ho put It go up to de ole stat i of Vlrglnny to see his aunt H aunt must be pretty old w aa 1Your i id comment Joshua Biles pretty I yibkon shes bout a died and tedffreas ole hunl Qnehundpscrund tenLDut earth IIf sho flying up in Virg nlh 111 dont west lmosgplaund Joshua bpk undOrstandJaes up JHarpers a 5j For Public Servke Season i I At h H Thiirmans FarmSskingiid Ky 911II V Bourbons Best 1495y v f S Chestnnt 154 Hamfct foaled I9fi I 1BY 12ndryCmef1 i r 3d damljy Sims Clark Chief 2575 4th dam by LeGrand 746 Certainly any one claiming tknow anything about saddle horse breeding will readIly admit that there is no better brfcd horse than Bourdons Best in or out of Kentucky Heis a young horse and I practicallyuntried hence the future alone can fell what he will do Ieither goodIfin the show ring or in thstud We are breeding v lutable secijre another Fee 25 To Insure a LivingCoIt It Red KinJ L 2f32V 1 Chestnut 153 Hand Foaled 1903 By AVitsona King 2196 lst dam Mrs Cropper by Red Bill 2d dam Mrs Cooper by Red Bill 3d dam Wood by Blue Scans 3 I y This is also a registered saddle horse and a good bredone be Iing by Wilsons King that sired the dan of bothBourbod King and Montgomery Chief and tracing on his dams sidp to Blue Jeans 3 one of the grGatest saddle horses ever owned in Kentucky He is a nice smoothindivklupl can rack ld trot as fast as anybody horse Fee 15 to Insure a Living Coltr II v JackI 0 Diamonds We think this is a if great jack Look at him if you dont like him L wrongLI Governor Billy JBlatfk jack white Points 15 hands high He is by Rapier Jack 1 he by Gov Wood and out fa Black Hawk Jennet A good indivi dual and has proveh himself a great breeder He will serve mares atur10 to Insure a Living Colt I TERSITHURMAR P 1 I SPRINGFIELD KY 11 S f 1 PAYING FOR ANCIENT CRIME Blood Tax Still Exacted From Beam Shepherds for Murder of 700 Years Ago Seven hundred years ago some Bhfcpljerds of the valley of Roncal in Navarre were murdered by shepherds of the valley of Bareton In Hearn the crim6 taking place on the high pasture lands of Arlafj In the Py TPHCCS It would have been difficult to bring the murderers individually to Justice and tIle Spaniards were pre llelfromhad comeSvhen the French villages proposed that p ace be maintained at the price of a yearly tax or tribute to endure for all time and this propo sition was accepted The payment of this blood tax originally three white maresHftt later three cows of a particular breed land colorhas been made ever since thoI custom It is nothing moe having survived efren the great wars in which both Franco and Spain have engaged and the etorni of the French revolaV Con Yearly the representative men of fronUerIpresenting and recefvfng tie cattle The order of proc duro which is orate and iinpre lve is fixed by art document bearing the date 1375I though the tax was paid a hundred years priotto that time The records of each yearly meeting and payment arc duly attested and deposited in the archive of Roncalls Chccoiaie taKe Halt cup milk onehalf cup sugnr 3 sqaurM chocolate Doll together until thlok over teakettle orI ueI double boiler and 50t aaay tp cll01 Half cup butter 1 cup sugar cup milk 2 oggs 2 cups flour even tea rpoon soda i teaspoon vanilla J dd the allC1 iBlxturo and mix tUorough irvin wta frostuixr Plants In a Room Wo cannot esteem too highly the value of plants about a room They become in time real friends Hardl af and biSt is the aspidistra for neitbr ordraftNnorga8 Affects it and if a lit tie neglected in the matter of water itshows no malice anti summer or Itaslot sy green loaves hear Ilng to the oare bestowed upon It thgugh graceful and very Ornamental are delicate and disappointing plants Ferris need constant attontion but always repay oare For the center ofa springtime din lag table nothing can be prettier thafl- chinaa bowl planted with s nall ferns and hyacinths or ferna and tulips as buljjs dlo off they can be drawn out nndf the pps can nlw fwbefll1od with cul daffodils Thnre is no lint it to the delight givenrby flowers In Soy or sailnoM they are QUI constant friends i Shop Taik if V dMnt have to give bek nit Imujr lhJt k of the inontyw IIa jrwKI make 1iauUt all bit our trotiblMaaidl tho publlBher Sdmrtluii rrrtts inotn hnvu to print 0ny iwdiRtf uatti r hilt I Bupjiibsc It imW In thne Kutssas City Journal 1911 SEASON 191 L JARIiYAhnndsomebjac Staliion 16 hands fenQwIandl foot as you would want Has proven himself to b6a line breeder perfectly gentle to handle in every re pect He is sure to make a great stock horse He will make the seascn of 1911 atpiy stables at the Stonewall Sprirgfieldpleat I 10 To Insure A LIving fioltj EARL is by Joel 447 hevy Monte Earlyfirst thJrudamthe best road horse in the county t Atsame time and place Black Giant Kqglatered 161 hands high vith white points stylethanheavy body bone and foot and verysure foal getter and a great sire of high class mules Will male the season at 10 To Insure a Living Colt Lien retained Qn lrcolts to secure service foe Money due whan mare is parted wither bred to ottfer stock All care taken to prevent accidents but net responaible hould any occur SourFatrona lc Solicited A BHUNDLEY Yeffln as won IS illR ar ico1llserio ty Kidney EOiafed Troublo Kidney trouble tortys upon he mind diecouragesandlcseeiisaaiuitiqu beauty rsitIvigor and cheerful p c6S disappear when the kidneys are mllMt i = out of qrder or dis 1h1tW eased Kidney trouble had pjntvstIi monfor a child to be wIP born nfjgcted with weak kfdheys If the child urinates too often lithe urine scalds the flesh or if wheu the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the posssRC it is yet afflicted with bedwet tin dependtipou it thecauseoCtbedtff- icn1tris kidney trouble and the firsL step should be tovards tIm treatment of these importatit organs This unpleasant trouble isdue to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a liabit as most people suppose Women as welt asmen are made miserable witlt kidney nd bladder trouble remedyThewamp Root Ja soon realized Itissold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar size bott2ee You nutty have olo1mple bottle = bv mall free also atpamphlet telling all about SwampHoot u Itthncln4iugniauy oZ the thoul1nds or tetl menial letters teceived imni sufferers who fpuud rampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writitg Dr Kilrtle s esiiinhaanton N Y be ftre mention this paper Dont mak nnsj mistake but remember the name Dr address1ingbamton uL 4LCOjIo 3 flSlmllaIfnibeFoclJanugth ai Promotes Digpstoflimftf ncssaMRcsLC0ntljiscilitr o Opitmi1orphJnenoragal fiH s NOTNARCOTH Iq4LaSm4I 4nrlf dt9 JFai- r ApetfeetltemedyroTCmsfipajfr Jvt WormsConvulsionsfevmsh jfcj NEVYOKK act CcJpy 9 f Wrapper y rTh11nJuTiTrIv CASTORIA For InfantlandCJ1tI The kind You Hav8 J Always 8IDears the Sathr oft dI It e I t jIrIrIrj i fe14V US6- JJr For Oart rt Thirty bars- CASTORIA Tits SPAY 4sfrs I pKa jI i 1IiJ 1I it J i7Sr well Ky at j l V f f I ii I 12 To iistirea Livjngtwt PI It If Nelsonn h c14black1Ojthnds1 oneiinch hYgI an weighs 13to pounds Be has proven to be an excellen breeder i j 1I5ts have iOfthandJack thtt willL sna 81 10 andJennetsiq iOr a Jennetco1t and f 5 for aIJackt colt IIW L GRAHAM Cardwcll 1Ky Ii iORDkis a black Jack 154laLdfine b pe and jnusQle He is1y Dick ParrottsJat he by LetcUerso uk he by Oovftruotf Wood hej ISOQ of a fine jjennett by Governor and her darn bfod Buick Hawk So I ou con tl lOt have iiticr breeding He is an extr good breeding j ck Uen nm8bought 8 of tiis colts last fall at ove41OO per head He viUm ke the season altj i 10 To insure a Living Cok i Parisliavlng in 1es to breed are uited tocaIat my sab1es 21 nihlrs Esat qfSpri9fldid on the Sprwgtletdjttl1derrvv IJe pike and see ijiystoeI Care will ixitaken ti6avoidacciettsbua will t njt be responible cliouJ i any occur Lien rthaini d qn alcoIisuntil season if pafdvandnroney due when cols fualed or jprjre isJ parted with or bred elsewherel r f GREG EDEJiEN = J in iS 1I HiifHam ltO 44sg6 S Jhis fine trotting bred stallion wHLmake the season of l912at my onehalf mile from Prederickstown on Bardstown roadi at IiIipt 15 To Insure a Llviiig Colt- S Hal Hamiltbn by horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 75dnmS Elkniaid by Elkhora 13909 granddam Sarah Kj mcis by Madrid 115 Alpha Js dam Tallulao by Tennessee Wilkes 27Jhe by J JGeorgeWilkesi recqrfl 222 Alpha Js dam TaJlulah by BrowHal 189 5 I Ata qme hn place will standmy Jackr 1 i BIacKawILMllIhcJatk z Old Black H khO By Coy WoOd First dam by Logan Jr 2ddarai ablaakJohaTettwctla good pont lI has proven to be goqd 3iedr1 sevcrial of hf cblta sold las ycar for He will wake the aiiK t IO For aMarc Mukand 8FrrfMe NMc f t VT1 Will also at Uicjsame time and place stand my Jack 1 fli1ITa1oreIBhrckJ l14 hands high 4years old Ho is by Filiatresus Jask ihe Qj Prince Wood the by Gov Wood BhllTay19r Is a half bro t BiackIfawkirn life darns side He will miike5the e a nati J t f 8iTo Insure a Living C4H v 2 Lien retained OIall colts fiircd by eithechorsaor jacks tosei4i ltibntdwthot tagonsible should nny occur t L HAMILTON i i 11tit I lj