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T ISTABLIStJEDI t II88 M t 4 I jE NO 19 f t i f SPffl WASHINGTON GOdNTY kENTUCKY T MAY II1911 fn rw r t ITkIrBICOIIIdecI Led Dpremns was the crack g 1arbooter of Gen AP Hills 4M clfvisibn ilt was his boast tthat JentbewaUiS rrtV4r two I tInoJi tVu t fnlrf t J J 4Icsi S1Iit1 wUo1 were T oaci4rs of bigh rank No doubt ka had done iLt PeMaiinofGeral SIQ ettns division was his equal ui Scill and daring He and Jtn thd ben intimate friends before jibe Wc r and the dearest wish of iCiichWas a chance to draw bead tftih the other They maneuvered song time tq do so without suc cess tne sultry afternoon in- cIQ stimmer of 188i while both were scouting stretch of woods tweetf the lines they came face tr face sjp suddenly that t o either bad an advantage 0 Jp6t3 fight fair called Len jnstantly recbgalzibg ins enemy L All right j you do the count 4 lag rfrtMakereadyh Erich min brought hisiiflefcoii his boulder and took deliberate aim at the neart of the other In cialrevenl voice Len called 1 rVQoe two three t Lwoweaponsrangout at the same instant Then eachlower 4Lted ll gunand stared in amaze ment at the Other Neither had beengrazedI 1Goodby said Len with an oath of disgustas he tamed on his peels and walked away r iThe same to you replied Pete fully as chagrined as be Since bbth were unerring rifle j shots their natural nausea was beyond description They c uls I nbVttuderstand iit rAfter the war thay met at a frennionpt the Blue aqd Gray tJ i RJcalliifg ttheir former encou ter fjfr Lensaid- a v 4 ulbave never been able to f figure itQathayyouY A MXes replied Pete with la grin Our aim was true but nheullets met in midair and e 1imjsbttLth otber r ehsFJgbtCurc Scab j- I by with an approved dip Minors Fluid is an approved dip Sold L b Hayco x Robertson I Tth Tth3 W iCT iJ f LE DERu u iii I sLYOLiYIIIM 1001PTW b I Proves Himself A Hero diatafternoon Pedstrains halted and gazed horrerstricken at two young girls in a buggy who were making frantic efforts to control a horse which had the bit be tween its teeth and was tearing down Mains rclt at top speed In his mad career the animal r made several sharp turns to es dialsoside to side and in imminent danger of being dashed to the streetS ineffectual attempts were made to halt the horsef but peaIpIminute to see the occupants of the buggy hurled to their death The shouts of the crowd at tracted the attenion of former Mayor O E Woods who rushed to his home and procured arifl3 ard as the runaway approached he fired The ball entered the animals right forefoot and it stumbled and fell The sudden Btopjovertorned the buggy and the igirls were thrown to the ground injurleibbut escaped with minor Te girls were Misses jlssie and Ray Million daughters of former Judge Million and al though very much frightened thiattempted to make light of the dangerfrom which they had escaped The animal had to be killed Lebanon Enterprise Kicked By A Mad Horse amiel Birch of Beetown Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his Icffi as no doctor could heal the frightful dore that developed but at last Buck ens Arnica alve cXired it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boil eczema cuts corns cojdirsores scaldsI piles on earth Try it 25c at Haydon RobertsOn Was Albert Haw kins Murdered The mangled body of a man was found in Ihe Southein railway cut iin this city Saturday night by residents of the locality who heard the groans Of the in jured man He was hurjried to l tne Kings Daughters hospital but in spite of every attentiotj he died at 545 Sunday morning In intervals of consciousness he said his name w s Albert Raw kins Sunday niJht ho was identified by members of the crew 1as assis ant foreman or ectrQ gang No 3 working on the L N cutoffwest of ShelLy yule They stated that wh n he left the boarding car after supper he llud a gid watch a revolver and abdut 16 At the hospital hehad only 2 80 two knives twelve cartridges a fewI brass checks and two kevs As his rightam was cut off and his right leg crushed and broken and his groans were heard jut after the eastbound train had passed it was at fist thought a simple accident folr llowing the mars attempt to steal a ride but it is now thpught to have been murder and robbery v Hawkins Was apparently about fortr years of age was wellr dress d and hadl a good appearance The case will be thoroughly investigated by the local as well as the railroad oftiehls Shelby Btniiuel County Raised 206553 The State Board of Equalza tion which is in sersipu atI Frankfort passed finally upon the assessment of Minion county ihe first of the week placing at raise of five per cent upon town lots land and peronal property subject to equalization This is IItentativeago d uced one half is due to the very strong protest made by the coniI apfcaredicomposed of Judge A P vasI Clerk Sam Spilding and D 0 Burke The five pr cent raise isj equivalent to increasing the a5s1 Casmeni of the coorily for the year 1911 200553 and means an increase of 2065 in the amount cf taxes collected from the people However had the ptItaxes collected would have been 413Oebanon Enterprise POUCEMANKllLED 1 At Lebanon by Negroes on Last Saturday Nigh Lebanon Kyir May 7JoJn- A Robey nightfpoliceman in life west section of Lebanon was murdered abut 1 oclock thhf morning by tJTim Buckner and Jesse ltbltwo young negroes while discharging his rloccurredinone leadings of the l mayor and attorney swayed the mob that surrounds d the Marion county jail Robe s body wap literally hacked tk i pies and showed seventeen distinct stab wounds While the officials pleaded the negroes were spirited away an J placed in jtthe Jefferson county jail Policeman Roby eared a dis turhar ce in a house in the see tion and later was alled in to quell a row among iome1 of the negroes The ofiicer ordered them to disperse and arrested Buckner and Siniih He had them in the yard taking them from the premises When they attached hinajn a passageway b tween the house anU fenc The negroes grabbed Robe andstabbed him tWlththf11I- mi es He was cot seventeen times One negro tabbed him in the forehead the blide penetrating the brain vhtle another thrust pierced his lieart Other wounds were inft tedon his boJv A pistol shot brought Policeman A IThom pso fromin anbtb r section of the city and in a few moments he appeared on the scene and ffound hijj fellow officer dead In the scuffi t is supposed Robeys pistol waj discharged hehaving been ovtjr powered hy men and eoud not defend Uim advantFelhe ped when Thompson arrived When the raurdej off the po liceman became flown euly this mprning tIei news of the tragedy spread Fapidly and soon the or tire citizenrwas aroused Chief of Police Yowell and Sheriff Burton deputized several searboflhejmurderers SherlfiJBurton Hmlth in ta cabin near the depot At five oclock this afternoon Ed C Thompson arrested Buck ner in a cornfield two milesif rom town He hurried his prisoned to jail and in a few tninutcs a mob of several hundaed people surrounded the jail The negros clothes were bloody add the dead officers pistol was fdund in his pocket Mayor CC Spalding County Attorney Beery McElroy Judge Riyes and Commonwealths At torney Hill came to the front steps of thejail and addressed the citizens pleading with them to let the law take its course However Buckner was taken through the rear yard of the jjail to an auto apd talOn to St Marys where the fast train was flagged and the prisoner taken to the Jefferson county jatl for safe kefping The dead officer had been a policemen of the city for two oars and was a brave snd fear IKSS man He was a good citizen andexceedingly popular He was fifty two years of aee and Uaves a wife and son Vernon Robey Saved His Mothers LIfe Four doctors had fclvfin me up vrites Mrs Laura Gaines of Avoca 4a and my cnjldren and all my rieuda were looking for me to die when my son insisted that I use Elec frlc Bitter I did so and they have done me a world of good I will aP ways praise them II Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women that ore troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility constipatlonor kidney didor ers Use Uiem and gala new health guaranteedOnly 0t Hajdon Robertson Notice All persons hawing claims against the estate of G W ray Icr deceased wiUi present same properly proven to the under signed or toT S Mayes Springfield Ky on or before June 26tli 1911 at which time I will settle my accounts and distribute said estate Tills April 26 1911 fI FELIX TAYLOR Admr of George W Taylor SJrin field Kv rfd 2 PULLHOOSE 1 In All IInsane AsylumssCf the Stat More Rom Needed Frankfort Ky May 4 The records of the Board of Control of Kentuckys charitable insti tutions show that the average number of patients confined in the three asylums for the insane during the inqnth of March thisi year was2705 Of this number 1453 aie confined in the Like land asyluthnear Louisville 1060 in the Eastern tsvlum at- Lexingtonand 1192 in the West ern asylum at Hopkinsvjlle crowdeJiand it is difficult to find room for a new patient tH one of the old ones is discharged as cured it is expected that the next Legs lature will be asked provide for additional buildings at two of the asylums and toe Board of Con trol wil likely recommend tbat a separate institution be estab lished for epileptics Very tew of the epileptics are crazy and should not ibe confined with the insane people so the experts say If the epileptic institution is established there will be no necessity oraddjlioual buildings at the asylums as the wards now occupied inf the avluma by these Epileptics could ie usd by addi tional insane patients when the epileptics are taken away Tile average cost per day to State fur earlfjpatient in the Ssy lums is fortytwo and onehalf cents ThisJncludes food ion ing medicines and everything This is considered a remarkably low rate coniddering the high prices that have to be paid for all kinds of foodstuffs Mad Dog Last Saturday morning a dng belonging to MrtoMrWH Sims near Duncan went mad and bit three of Mr Sims children but drew blood from only one of them This child was imp mediately taker io Anderson county where a mad stone WAS applied and adherred to the wound twice The dog also bit a horse anda cow on the farm WVItfliUitL1tFbfli ILSUBSCRIIIJ I1lt B I k 1 4 t f i t 1 WIELD prosecuting t AtlPattacked and killed a ett He then went onto jihe home of Joe Sanders where Mr Sanders dog made the mistake of his life and wasriearlychewedto this place the contents of a shut gun endecl its mad carper We are told that 30 or 40 dogs hive been killed in tbe neighborhood which were believea to have been bi terf by this d gaud otlifrs which were supposed to mtdHarrodsburgBerah Mr Samuel P Evans a vener ablel citizen otNelson cojinty died at his home near town oa Fairfield pike on Friday April 28ihof dropsyrDeceased was aged seventy two years and Vas a worthy in dusrious citizen a than of good business ability and interprising iin all things pertaining the goOd or tteri ment of the individual or tb community in general He had Buffered a long illness with pditi ence and Joriitude Batdstown Standard r Big CropT A Lexington dispatch to ihe Courier Journal says that riot lowpricetIers realize for he crop of last ear and the evident fact tnat the market was heavily Overloaded during the sale season just closing reports from allover Central Kentucky indicate that an acreage nearly as large Las that of lastyeavwill beplaji ed this season In some Jocali rofFlmhethe general Opinion of those who have investigated tbo mitter is that the acreage of this year wM not be mpre han 10 per Cent less tdaa that of 1910 AU though the growers complain bitterly of the low prices recefyr for their last crop whet had also been very low and corn when the labor of producing it iis considered has also been corn paratively unprofitable There foie even at the prevailing low prices iit is argued that tobacco J HASIIJIIIImmt lflG POWDER AhsoluteJyPgr 1U t I ALIJJIIiiiriu1 slUr gives the moatproftUbll vleldof ant of the UpW Wb lucfs of tte lands in the Birlty v belt andin additIon sjasy ofth farmers have erected IYwhriiand tetint douts hiehb make it diffisult and JIaiYJo give up tiB pri Auction of to bacco Tha plantelra aI hope that with the mLrketnotivi4gi the burden of the 1909 pool poIits back wilt be stroir 1hext fall an ithat a better crop will be raised and 9igier pricei realized The strongest infla enC in gradually rucing th production of Burley tobMc IIi r1reshandquired for Burley fobacod is being perceptibly diminished and while such inacan bereic vigprated ybeslbw proi of being rested In graa ther lii little qnestion bet thatby thk i means the production 9t I0b4pcp in the present Barley but will be slowly butstsJilydecssed There has been so e ciMaplauit this sprfnstthat I1ii1OOOS plants naVe not dose i elloa ftc count of the cold ifeatbcri but it will take only 4 few warja dyg to bring them tfp to tbia1standard The wiheat crop u looking fairly well in Central Kentucky but tbe east few this s ot wet wtather has topped the preparations for cprh plantjB e unless the next twcweekainli rormi aiEn led dry this crop will pbably be Ilatet pnd some what reduced in acreage tl f = j U iir 1 AT PUEZLC AUCTION r I 11- it r t t I f I WE WILL OFFBR OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF I lt1 1 t t t b r VEICLES9 WAGAI 0I HARNESSa-1 t q Now at WillisburS1 Ky Iej Irj1j- 1Thi1s j1- c stock Consists of the most attracfve Vehicles on the market All Iitiff fu stoe1 rIrI- f IIrIlp 4 dI j oflir them regardless of cost tp the highest bidder on 5 I i I- andwe 1 ll i 1 14 SnTURDA 1Q1Pty- EtheriDtons v ro IIA4 11rt S Near fillisliiirg Ky Sale fill Bfigia Promptly jiiyBtiT- pRM i i I I Months t tTwelve Jrii 7ii =1 BaIjJo ifi t I QiL Mss ffiV THE v u D al I u It t r t 7 i t i it 1 i 1NCORPQJATD h I i 4 f 1 Sv M OAMPBELO Auetibheer t HARRODSBURGa t i a t1 J a H i4t p MK a wM e r I iSaSI aiL i t r ne NEW4ADR iSJIGJEIDKy3 S I 1VIYTXUumky I JOSfWUNiditdni i TrnYBSDAT1MAY l tiidtonouteeIIiiIii r O4NAPOLTN ram a dU 1t fcc RqprwDtatHfe in th l fJlW oifrb X atacky Leg IItoM WaslfiBgton county ubj te the action of the Democratic L s Lk i TheIareriotthiplaca areii1 preparingpJ th grcud for th1r coming crif t rh acreife ia corn will TM M willie that in to bftcco will bach lefts than in foIrLO Q Mthoi 8old ialne head of 1101 inoECue D Boiwell and Junn Carr wtrijiiii Bardstown from Friday it4i8IEd ti W M Stamph dined with J O Hilftoa Tuesday and was ac oompaBied home by his sister Settle DR J O Milton and wife were the plMMl1tKuesy of W M1 Stnmph I and family near Sunny Side Sun f dayto f dMrs Will Lawrence is on the Vickitet j yT G Stnmph and family were thVpleasent guests of S C Stump and wife Sunday after Joon VS TSt mph and daughters 1t Sidle and Beckie of Tick Creek and it dined with J 0 Milton and wife i Thursday Mrg Emmer and ti Bugg daugh tar Be tie were the guests of i Mfa Will Lawrence Sunday afternron Mrs SO Smith has returned home after a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Sarah Goode c i near Pleasent Grove Jdr Ben Haydon passed daypThe afternoouIv Misses Ida and Maggie awrence were the cf or1beiiSeveral from this at lOJJddgra zBrittdiis Tuesday nightat Mack in HfevUle f Baggy Boy her rV Any Fenwick sh- ltfNewl1 is scarce in This vicinity lastEf items tne if Mr J R McAlister was in gj iicvi1leoneda1 bellast of the pi i week on business U Several of the young folks e here were the guests of Missi K 4Sne Fenwick and sisters Sun day night Miss Leona Graves spent Sun v day at Springfield and was acoj T combanied by John Kelly I Miss Mary Rose Janes is hay j v ing tine luck with her chickens Nearly all thebens she has have gone to setting which isvabout f 100 Sbe was up to Gasburg buying eggs a few days ago to j finish up setting 1tfr J B McflLlhster pur chased from Goosby Isham a flna cow Price 50 f Mrs Clarence Graves and sis 1r Leona spent Thursday wih Mrs Lizzie Anderson and fami 0We are glad to repprt that Ea rner Anderson is much better 1 ab this writing i We are having some very dry weather which has caused a treat many people to water thtlr tobacco beds Mrs Elmer Andersbn is visit ing her mother at Getbsemini lyfrs Fonza Smith has return ed home after a weeks visit witht friends and relatives Miss Pearl Fenwickspent Fri day night with Mrs Lizzie An- deisori and family Mr and Mrs Bert Fen wick 1 spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs r DanBogers JL MrSjXnn McCarty Is visiting J rsHr sliHrs Misses Rose Emmar and Ella Adams i Notice I All persons having claims Y afaiust the esUte of G W ray t Icrii deceasd will present same r projaeriy proven to the under h dorloT S Mayes Spring t tM Xy pa or belore June26th E J 1j r bich tneiJ will settle f7w J flbutelalCl TtrAp 1911 FBCUC TAYLOR Admr r lorrl 2jpriugfield ley rt- r2t A C F CRECELIUS CANDIDATE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR SECRETARY OF STATE pendleItan resIterdavto tallyt 1representednow representative for ofltheLeglsat1re School Notes The examination of pupils completing tho common school course will be held at the County Supls office Friday and Satur of this week May 13 apd 14 State issues a nice diploma ed by the State Sapt the County Supt and the teacher the school from which the pupil comes All pupils pass this examination will be nted the above diploma and addition will be eligible to enter the high school in Septem without further examination pupil contemplating entering the County high school uld avail himself of this opportunity since this will be the pupils rxami nation before next high school term Remember that tuition is free 20c Hemmed Duck Towels at 15C HuckTowelsqualityis200dozen8c Doosier6c CottonMUSlinsugar sold as cheap value 8c at 6c a 20 yards or less to a customer yardI burnt red blue etc valueson 69c small styles good values mT large shapes in burittand black chips and active part in all legislation He was the author of the famous Crecilius Tobacco bill and ha ever been a strong and ardent champion of the rights of the histinfluencelegislation as would be their benefit He hasalways been a consistent and active Dmocrat and heIall pupls who graduate from Ito common school and secure this diploma IThe first examination of white teacbers will be held at the high fchool building Fridav and Saturday May 10 and 20 The will begin promptly 8 paptrIat cost Applicants are request otherjpapers at home- Theexamination of colored ap plicants vill beheld one eel later at the same place and be governed by the same regula tion The school census has been taken and nearly all returns have beun made to the C6unty Supts office It is not known whether there will be any material change in the number of pupils in the couniysince there are too many FOULARD AND DRESSES in womens and misses sizes light dark colors i 98iI SERGE 4ND EN JLJSH WORSTEDS new shartCo tsI I 50pricedI UNTRIMMED ROUGH 150 r 10f assorted styles turbans HATS on at SUMMER WREATHS sorted colors suitable trim ming small large hats 6 6 onsalo QO n lists out to ba e an estimate The trustees should rtvieto their census list to ascertain whether any anpils have been omitted from be returns and it any are found the aires should be forwarded to the County Supts office a All persons who desire changes in the school b6ubdries or- transfersofupilsini order 10I attend other schools than t districts in wlnt h they now reside shQuld jall at the County Supts lffictlon or before the 27th day of this month after that date may b late See toj this notwithstanding you may have made request before this date I 3 WI Bush inty Sypf Schcros SWvie Mr fl Burns of Cornish v illwas hire Wednesday on business R 0 Brya it and Vilas Gra ham were i mong friends at Pulliam Mop 3ay afternoon Rev A G Piukston delivered a splendid di course at Pennys Unapel Suf day morning his subject bein on the construc tion of King Solomons Temple Notwithstanding the day being unfavorable wing to the severe rain a large fudience was pre sent however and much enthusi was sed from this ser morn The rain lif in this section be gun last Suiji lay morning about 10 oclock a idI fell constantly in torrents during the remainder of the day The river overt slowed anks considerably and the littl valley in which Suarpsvile is situated was 3011 most inundated Not only did the people suffer damage along tbe river anc creeks but quite a number of farmers who had their land plowec for cultivation sustaineda greater damage as their soil was swept away to the solid earth Thus many of them will have fti repow their land before it be made ready again for cultivation From llaest report re ceived here neasles spread log rapidly throughout the Kirk land and ville neighborhood and it is wltli much fear that an epidemic may ensue Some of have become somp 1iat negliRen t asyIprobleminstance we take Grass Hoppers case at this time of the year wtien ev rv thing is lovely more o after the purchase of a new rig Now tsnt it an evident faob that their cherish ing gossip goes to the heart of b44 4 w Mail orders promptly and carefully filled with bst values in stack on mail orders purchases of 5 or we payfor wardl charges to points within 200 miles Louisvilles Greatest Department Store and J in and 150 for values and too Co d aro its cm the are Se he especially the and more ureyelet er style on new widetoe at with high heel and aOI valu ye stylish modelregulai CANVAS sd on popular pump las Priced 180 t that Vweet little Swuin ahd not to the pres of Mr News Paper Mr SD Bale was here Fri day shaking hands with his old pards and getting things in ac tion jfpr this term or Circuit CourtMrs R Koset of Willisburg spent Friday with friends here looks like good old summer time to see the little barefooted boysat play But lilte Jimmy Long still clings to his booties Mr Vilas Graham spent Sat withIi f Prathers Creek you are wise atlonIlast week and it should produce fjrcible results pertaining tlose interested the cbrres- pending corps of the NewsLea dr However your was good hut in 037 estimation theIments to it already has b ml and cannot therefore be excelled by any Judge Prewittwasseen on the street ono last week and be seemed to be in great glee shaking hands with his friends Now think some what strange of him at all be cauee he is in public business for that is always his usual way Retaining friendship of course Mr W L Graham and family of Oardwell spent Sunddyt with Mr and Mrs J Yates and Mrs Tyler Simpson are rejoicing over the arrival of a little babe Both Tyler and the bov are doing fine Miss Heishman of Louis ville spent Friday night and Saturday with her sister Mrs C B Graham Tne purse which Mr T D Graham lost several days ago containing some valuable papers and fifteen dollars in currency was found last Friday by a gentleman fn a field quite distance from the road near Mtzes store inIgone IYou cant fatten a steer on saw dust even it you convince him be iis eating corn meal Neither can you convince Judge Prewitt that the other man iis doingmore business than he is Bill Brains IIAfor Infants and Children Tto Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the S1 tureo 20c Pillow CCasesFruit of the Loom 42x36 inches JJIeached Hemmed worth 20c each 100 dozen in this at 13c 25c lbIe 111 CClotht iWhite Table Oilcloth best quality iIlaI May White Sale Now Going On II Offering Matchless Merchandise at MoneySaving Prices in Linens White Goods Bedspreads CottonsSheets Longcloths NainsooksEtc t A Great Midseason May Sale of White Merchandise a Big Side Fabrics and Housekeeping Goods the Lewis way of doing things r L Sale of Womens and Misses Silk Dre sesii We bought from one of the largest m tnuf f icturers in New York Citi a lot of three hundred imported foulards anti messalioes pain and figure There s not a dress in the lot that was made to sell fur less than fiI8 SDapd many of Iworth as high as 37 50 WM have placed them on sale in two big lots ftt prices so far blow their actual value as to make them the best valuos ffnrvd h season MESSALINE 1 II Womens and Misses TailorMadfe Suits at Half Price I 7 Womens Modish Millinery TurbanslargeregutariM25 sale at newand 98catt UNTRIMMED 25on examination READYTOWEAR of quillsacarfsapdstraw regularsale in and roUingbrim 75cvalues onceF asm correspondents 1 i I I TAN CALF Bluv ma we a 50 at WHIT heel turned 0 made a at t J afternuqri It a to in suggestion for old dont J Mr Effie a CASTOR sale 1IIijachOOatWomen Stylish footwear tPrlced Low i itUSSIA FORDS medium riced265 ANKLE STRAPjriVoodcovered morning Pillowcases WHITE CANVAS BOOTS H tyle on welt sole Priced m 300 GROVERS SOFT SHOES bQthhouse patenttipslippers at 200 and kid Prince 75atI It 1 Money Back HyomeiCure3Catarrh Without tomnachDosjng or Money Back Yes dear feaQei cataarhfccan beIcured but not byipourinjj vile nanI seating drugs into the stomach And catarrh germs thrive and multiply in the nose and tbr Can yotUcillthese tough and AnyI sistent little health destroyers wallowing plUs or nostrum physician will ten you it cannot be done HYOMEY pronounced whichIIis a germ killing vadorlzed air ICd1HYOMEIdestroyes that it Ibraoce 1InhalerHyqmei the price is only 59c Hajr ion willett and leading druggists everywhere sell yomel Big Mack Will make the season at my place 3 miles from Frederick town Ky at 8 To Insure a Living Colt Bg Mack AtSympsons BlacK Spanish Jack and out of jennei sired by Rapier jack he by Gov Wood P Lien retained on alt colts to secure payment of service fee JWWILLETTEX- PERIENCES OF LUCINDA Queer Way In Which She Unlnten tionally Swiped Hatpta From Another Woman In dare Girls said Luclnda I certainly did have an extraordinary experience this morning In a Madison avenue car Crowded this car was full of people but it seemed not quite soi full at the middle and so I worked my way there gently the best I could Standing about a third of the say down the car on fthe right was a woman who was holding on to a strap and facing outward so that her back was toward me as I worked along past her She was about the same height as I and when I passed her my bt caught on hers and it seemed to cljng there for s mlnOte but then It got freehand I passed on to reach up for a strap myself When I had got Just beyond her and then what do IOU think When I raised my arm up to reach tor the strap there lying on the top of my arm was a hatpin a hatpin from the hat of the woman I had just passed When my bat caught In her hat It caught under the head of that ln and drew it out and snapped it torward just so that it lodged ob my arm Well I handed the hatpin back her and he smiled rnd I smiled a toIthais nfl there waff to It but now wasnt that extraordinary J New York Sun FORMER EDUCATION OF GIRLS Glanco at the Methods of Sixty Years Ago Shows Great Advance of Present When one realizes tho state ott8j malo education sixty years ago its progress as evinced today is marv ions indeed In the first half of the Nineteenth Century the policy of seeming rather than of being was followed throughout languages Iand society manners were considered all import antthere were no games and the only form of exercise was that of walking with riding tot the wealthy girls The schools were small and suffered from bad classification in consequence as classes had to be made up from girls of widely differing ages while teaching consisted of hearing lessons got by heart often without any explanation When one reads the report of an examine of a girls school only 30 years ago tjiat many girls showed a great aptitude for mathematics but tfparents discouraged continuance of sound education after the age of 12 or 13 in order to keep the girl femi nine the change In the popular esti mation of womens capacity Is Indeed j marvelous Christian Science Mon itor S Danger Ahead Because the motorman would nott heed their expostulations but kept tht car Jerking along within bumping dls tance of the back of the alowmpvlnf wagon whiten bore a Danger sign half the passengers fat off rather than take cHances on being blown up in the explosion that was Euro to result from the apparently Inevitable collision Out of respect for their determination to save life and limb even at the cost of another carfare the motorman stop ped he car and asked if they were willing to give him another trial on his promise to drive cautiously They were and piled into the car Two minutes later ttie dangerous wag on pulled off the tracks and allowed them tQ pass Then they saw for the first time the name of the combustl blematrlal that fcad driven them into a trent ot fear The wagon was an ice wagonNeYork Times Mixedj aa to Names A young woman whO has It treach erous memory for names iad a droll experience not long ago She had encountered Ina railway station a face thatseemed familiar to hers She remembered that she had met tie young man Al the house of a friend some weeks before but for the life of her she could not at all recollect his name Finally however when ine young man Stopped to shake hands she asked Siifely this is Mr Tombstone whom T met at Mrs Walkers the strkngor smiled 1nare right as to our place of meeting said be but somewhat twisted as to the name I am Mr Btonegravel 4T 0eiV1Ti I Ij I Protect Your Property 1 IlightningI your house and property bY1 I nlII LightniDg I RodsII I We absolutely i guarantee that your propertyis immune from lightning when properly rodded by us I Call and let jus demonstrate it to you H 1 1 t tff14KNOB CREEK STOCK FARM Please Read and Think it Over V RED LIGHT No2272JJ f I in Yol VI A S H B A 1324 BrwnmellSOODarnDaisyGlen iESCRiPTlOKrEed Sorrell stripe in face two short stockings geld1pgsEkLHassaddleringssthree year old for best stallion and three of his colts get of that year and he only three colts and be Won that In 1910 lie made his first- show at1 trJrjf county f ir and lost He won firsteve1 show tie made the remainder of the show season including the Pembroke Horse Show JCy State Fair and Tenn State Fair He rn de his last show atthe Horse Show at Olarksyille Tenn and won first in the 200 harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen horses in the ring He is breeding very strong after himself About threefourfhs of his colts are sorrels arid good gAited I have a two t yearold sorrel stud by him that J think without a doubt ta the best prospect in Kentucky much better than his sire at the same age rightbredprice f right He has proven himself to be a winning show horse Jn the best Icompany we have in Kentucky and Tennessee He will make the season of 1911 at Knob Creek Stock Farm LaRue county at = 25 To 1Insure a Living Colt f Mares kept on pasture at 42 per month If fed grain will be charged for cost value I attend to this business myself so proper care will be taken but rwill not be responsible should any dBmape occur SvJ THOMPSON Hodpenville Rit D NbS iAther qvOIe Ky n Noble Denmark Sired by the Great Highland Denmark JUt dam by the Kentticlcy bJArtNoble Denmark is a reat bred saddle horse having the blood ef the best saddle sires He is a chestnut 15 hands 3 indies higba horse of good action bothat rack and trot and strictly sound Last year wit iUle local trainjfjghe provedhimself a successful show I horse in good company As a breeder his first seesjph of colts yon first and second ties at our last fair He andhis colts won the feerd ring and he wonfor finest Stallion mare or gelding also other premiums in his class Mr Shropshire whotralned1dna Mae Red McDonald and other noted show horses has had Noble Denmark in training the pastwihter and says he is the best gaited Highland I Denmark he ever saw alsq there was not a finer bQne witkin 100 miles of Lexington Josh B Bowles says he is the best type for a three gaited Stallion he knows of Matt Cohen said he resembled 4 and was gaited very muchlike the champion saddle horse Star McDonaldr f I ask owners of good mars to study his breeding gaits his dividuality and soundness and compare him to any other horse before breeding elsewhere Your motto should be always breed tfl the best and you know who keeps the best for I have1 dicned the only Stallions in Washington ounty that have sired a premium colt for the Il11t ten years Your past patronage has beep appreciated and ask for a eon tiniianceof same as I believe I am offering a stallion which hnosuperior in thisor adjoining counties Noble Denmark will stand t20 TdInsure aLivirifC4lt I Monte Wood I will also stand the well known breeder Monte Wood also jearsAllTnnf b9 and 1st dam by Mark Diamond 49 Monte Wood a tfirst damby Edwin Forrest He is a dark bay 15 hands Sin high a horse wjth plenty of bone and substance and now has number of good mares and geldings in Washington county Season feejO I will standiny two mule Jacks at 10 to insure a living celt Mares bred to this stock traded off or bred to other stock season money is due Mates pastured at 8200 per month t B B LEA HMAN Spring R d Ky Ih n EVERY BUSINESS MAN f A n Pcognlzes the importance of cohducting all buainfes details by telepboneboth local and long distance It is economy iin saving f ofJlme and money Unexelledjelephrnoservice can be toA ovor the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Ce cpany Long distaace connections to all important points m tfc United Statesrates Teasonabe service the best 0 CUMBE ANDrELFeH ET e LEGRAPIIOO PANY Incorporateda JLT tIfOJ The QBftllty of LUiJI Oil tImweBMly tor or MUaM 11health There 4 r iet w4 w Trbo give Owwht It J4 SQLITE OIL Id ned from T BatylT Crod On jnmde Full hUe esnvodor Com More t1aallve Moue It Ja orklMl Nn aasCS1eI ll t b 1r DBG 1 BUR1Ott MIUDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 1 WITHOUT 1 PAIN O rtioEaga Block up atari SBINGFIBLD KYI 4ill knt 1 Work Strictly Firstctiii DRJ G MLJDD- iw pd SSurgeon p Office hbt8to 9am u V lfft2 pm OftiOiCl iia UjVs 1iistcr d f rJHLaniptonMD e- c fffce ini Opera Hwse u 0Oft Ice Phone No 5 Residence No 38 b i W FGRIGSBY e 4TTORNEYATLAWc 0fflc over People1 Bank BPMNOFIELD KY Dr MW HYATT JJOffice over Red Cross Drug Stoke Office hours Hyatt 1030 dum to 12 me 4 to5 pm ly li 1I r JOHN Y MAYIS FUNERAL vifliCTOfi lIiDJICEN EMBALMERS tELEPHONEIDAY9aNIQHT74tb SPRINGFIELD KY 1 i ftW FF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber- j Pentallwprk at reasonable prices AH work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY r ii 4 Railroad Schedule I Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at j f 430 pm Bardstown Junction 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 pm 1 arrives at Springfield 655 p m P NoT42 Leaves Springfield at 600 am Bardstown 845 a m Bardatown Junction 780 a m arises at Louisville 820 aID No 43 Leaves Louisville a 720 am Bardstown Junctioi 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m arrives atSpringtield 1140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield atdlpbpm Bardstown 220 p Bardstown Junction 410 plarrives at Louisville 543 p nu t lirait and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants j IjlS Asparagus Black ben is Rasp- berries4v Roses Rlinbarfl etc Write for free catalogte We aveno agents I rllitIenilleyer r 800 Lexington Ky Portland OreA greyhound raised by Martin Smith of Sandy has an wered the call of the wild anJ hai become the leader of tho wildest danfl ofcoyotea that community has known foe many years The hound never returns to the vn age except tokteal chickens or other forage end residents believe that its iwjwledgo of surroundings baa made the varmints It leads much snore ef fectlve thleves Gereral persons have seen the hound this tall and Its tjspe- eial Companion laa large coycte The 4 houni pays no herd to the calls that formerly summoned It from chasln- triMnabf any kind The dog wai known In village from a puppf V JYIHer1Hsn Egg Flat thenPaAthens la to the trot wlthajbenwl lch lays flat eggs This pUcullarUy jki accounted for by the fafthathea she was driven from an f Iratfr eixbborii garden she escaped through a picket fence so narrow that la maklHglier eilt she nearly had Ihe life tqiweted out of Ler trheitort to hatch these eggs IclA sjnceer prettcainent has povod tn tUm f to the Inability of the moth e IHM t jlHa them during fncuba tlo Pwrttry i ers declare the flaC IS- aI MM tbi tot beUavothtJamf feet mr H produced by equippli IMM with eorsi properly dFat t tug w H P ch safer carried In tMtoe aywsr u theyyou Ji d Uto P f6f They codf Ioat Iin ti i TOWN tutU ia Ih 1IcIU UtG1O Local fiappenings of Interest t the Freshest and Latest I AllAboutYoureIr5Friendi and Acquaintances i IH First Communion wreaths t at Wathen Shaders I l Fancy northern seed corn forT sale Barber Pettus FOR RENTG Qd cow pasture S P Derringer New patterns every Satur 1ayat1 A nice assortment of picture moulding Barber Pettus Midsummer hatsfor Satsrdayat Wathen Shaders 0 of FOR SAtEOjie Beraiss tp acco setter H p McGillw Guaranteed ratproof chicken oops at Barber Pettps See our bea tifuf braided veils special cut in prices Mrs Williams Lou Phillips wife of Georce PhiMips a well known and highm respected colored woman ofc thu Litsey neighborhood died last Saturday of brain fever c a A nice line of taffeta and mesialin petticoat at reduced prices Mrs William At the Graded School election aturday Messrs Robert Noe and G J Paydon were reelecti See our line of readyto wears sailors and auto veils Wathen Shader it or pastry and nice white cake I JSen Johnson Flour you 1shouldBut for biscuit abd nice light breads White Rose Flour is fart ahead jj Afew nobby skirts tailor o made at cost see them and get a bargain Mrs Williams Hon Henry P Barret Grand Prelate of the Grand Comman dery Knights Templar of Kentucky has chosen as his assis t tint at the annual Conclave toii be held in Lexington Ky MayS 7th Rev R E C Lawson aston of the Presbyterian t church here Dr Lawson will have charge of the religious sertt vices during the Conclave and will preach the annual sermon J before tbe assembled Knights and visitors at 11 oclock on Wednesday May the 17th On fast Thursday morning a og owned by Mr Ed Trainor went mad and after severely bit ing hit master attacked a sow in a field near by and then started at large he was pursued how ever and before he had gooP rat was shot Mr Trainor had his rounds treated by Dr Ray i who found him quite severely bitten howeyer as he was bitten through clothing and the wound was treated in a short time no serious results are apprehended Hon William Addams of Uyn ihiana Candidate for DemocratI- C nomination for Governor was in town Friday and Saturday shaking hands with the yotors Mr Addams is a man of splen did personal appearance and makes a fine impression where ever he goes He was highly pleased with the reception given him by the voters of this county whom he met while here and seems very hopeful as to his chances of winning tbe nomina tion It will be a matter of interest to thepublic to learn that Tatham Springs Washington countys famous summer resort will again be opened this year Mr John Pay the popular manager of tic Farmers Tobacco Warehouse during the past season twill be m charge at the hotel this year and as he isa jovial good fellow who likes jpyervbody and whom everybody likes it is expected I that the coming season will be one of tho most successful sinqe the erection of the hotel It win be opened for boarders June litj A baseball game was playfed here Saturday between the Campbeilsville and Springfield ccogjtras in the appearance of tb tvo teams wheu the game wc S cal1edaietery man On tte IIpampbelliville team was much j UN TOPICS Q heavier than anyone on the Springfield team and spectators looked for them to make short work of the little fellows but the reverse was true as Campbells villa was never in the lead and att the close they stood 19 to 7 in favor of the home boys We are making specially low prices on millinery a new lot of shapes just in Mrs Williams If at any time during the year contemplate buying a vehi cle wagon or set of harness it will pay yru to take advantage the public auction which The George Bohon Co of Harrods burg Ky will have at Hart ell Ethtinglpns plac at Will isburg Ky1 Saturday May 20th 911 Their stock of vehicles embraces such well known goods s Moyer Kauffman Enterprise Poste Peters and Beaumont buggies and these w ill be offered yon at public sale regardless ofi ccst Time of sale 7S 10 oclock am and terms will be a 12 onths bankable note with 6 per tit interest from date The goods offered in this sale will arry with them the same guar nte3 as when bought privately Elsewhere in this paper you will ee their advertisement of this sale and it will pay you logo miles to buy a vehicle at this ime Charlie Clay of color was tried iin the Police Court Tues day on a charge of cutting Nad Hardin Although the boys mother Lucv Clay swore that was she who did tne cutting arid that she did it accidentally n this she was corrobrated by Nack but the Judge however b- eliedi the story somewhat fisbYinyiewofthe fact that other witnesses swore the offence o Charley and held him oyer to await the action of the grand jury Lucy was then fined 20 ra charge of Breach oftbe Peace One thing that was manifested throughout the trial was that jomebody lied and vijbh a little effort we believe the persons quilty of perjury can be smoked out and placed in the peniten arv for a term of years And it ought to be done since per ons in the county and espcially apportion of the colored population of Springfield think nothing of calling upon God to witness the truth of what they say- linICourt and then deliberatily jure themselves The publics tired of seeing the fear andre spect for our courts thus decline and demand that those who know nqt the sanctity of an oath be taught a few lessons in that respect Negro Shot A fight occurred on last Sat urday night between George Gill and Will Hungate in vhichI the former received a pistol in the chest the ball penetrating his lung and he is no R ina serious condition however itis not believed that the wound will prove fatal We have not learn ed the particulars of he difficulty as BunraG iis in jjiil3w iilwg s examining trial taut It ews that Gill had a habit of imppsifag at1hisat1 night the two met and gill is alleged to have said Im going to make a rabbit of you tonight when the difficulty occurred in vvlrch he received the shot Commencement Exerciest The most elaborate program SpripgeldGraded at the Opera House on the night of Tuesday May 23 1911 S me of the tournament numbers will be given especially the music which feature will easily surpass all previous efforts as the fac ulty is confident of winning their ntests1Misshave worked faithfully a id dill gently in preparation ana those who attend will probably hear the best vocal end instrc mental music program ever presented at the Opera House The musicalprogram v ill con- SISt of vocal solos duets quar solosIvemenldritlsIregular commencement xerciseS deliv ermg of tde valedictory presen tation of the diplomas Land rewarding of honors there will te a few excellent recitations The latter part of the program will consist of presentation by the class in literature of the play of Macbeth Thisiimmortal tragedy loses nothing in its pro ductioo by the cast of charac ters who give it and pr mises to be the best thing ever given in the Opera Housej The remark able talent of the Higj School students has abundant scope to display itself and from the first line of the wierd sisters to the terrible close it will ber present with sincerity and reaarkable interpretat on Dont fall to at tend the cQmmencem jnt exer cises this time The proceeds will be used to defray expenses of the Tournament whiih takes place June 7th 8th undJQth wban all the leading High schools in this section of the State will meet in athJetc scholarship music and declamatory contests Watch for the prograjn later on Notice j All persons indebted to the Willie Knott Milliners are noti fied to come in and settle at once All accjunts not paid by May 15 will be placed in the t ands of a collector Mrs J S Clements Notice persons inde ted to the IAllof G D Rober son Co are requested to call and settle at once as we are ou of business now and our books must be closed All accounts not paid June 1st will be pj icedin the hands of an attorney for collection l a D ROBERTSON Co Notice IA peroons haying claims against the estate of E R May- field deceased will present saint to me properly protven on or be fore May 1st 1911 j d W WILLETT Admr ol E R JVlayfield deed r The Elopement of llenrIA threeact Comedy to be given under eMiss Margie Grahamj Opera House May 12 1911 CHARACTERS Richard Ford devoted young husband iillie Waters Mollie his wife MayesJARobert Shepard Mollles brother Max Ten pyech Chum of Roberts Lawrence OBryan Dorothy farch engaged to Max and guest of Mrs Ford Mabel Williams June HaverhHl Welleply 06 who is doing some special investi gations in economic courses during the summer aomi Rogers John Hume Rector of St Agnes lobert Mayes Act I Scene Morning room in home of Mrs Ford 8 am Act II Corner of Mrs Fords gacden 5 am next day Act III Same corner in the evening of same daf PlacePleasant Hill suburb of New York City Time Summer of 1905 I SPECIALTIES THE BACHELORS REVERIE j CHARACTERS i 1TheBacheor Girl Dudley KatherineNel86n Naomi RobcrUon Rogers The Belle of the Balll Lucile Grefne The College Girl L May Maves The Military Girl Mary Tayjor The Widow Ed len Song Stop Stop Stop gMargaret Donad Campbell Song u Willie Watejs Male Quartette Harry Shultz A K Shultz WiUijWajters Lawren e OBryan eAdmllion2Scand35c Seats now on sale at R Cross Drug Store i = ET 1 i GoodOldTSpringtinie ISHereJ C 1 L t 1 11f1J 9 l r ILEACNMANCAMPBELLiII 1T son Below we mention a few specials aside liS from our complete FURNITURESTOCK4 I Screen Goods of All Kinds 100 to 175 Windows 40c to 60c Screen Cloth 12c 20c yds IIDoors Stretchers which are the best can be had 150 to 200 IIA beautiful display of Hammocks 150 to 1000 you in a or to our for Sosh were quietly married in Lebai ou afternoon Dr A S Moffett Mr Sosh isa gro cerj man of this cyad is wellt known the cjunly having lor several years been eng ged ill for the Watkms Medicine Co while his bride is a beautiful and attractive young lady with many fiiends They will make their home in and Miss Sadie Hunter were unied in marriage at the church in afternoon at one oclock Mr Morrie Durrett of this place was best man There were six six The bride who is an only of Mr and Mrs D R Hunter is one of the most popular young ladies of Maysville Mr is well known here being a son of the late J R He is a young man of char acter and business ability For several years he has been State Inspector of Mill Feeds after the ceremony they left for Cincinnati and will arrive here Saturday Messrs J R and J S Clay brooke and wiyes and Mr Mur rie Durrett and Misses Ida Ruth and Pearl of this place attended the wedding Notice Notice is hereby given that June 1 1911 is as and on that day all owners tenants possession or persons haVing control of are hereby notitied to clean up jtiye premises rl moving all de bris tin cans ashes etc mid refuse matter of every kind disinfect all privies vaults or foul place in on oraronnd the pr9mises cut and remove all weeds on premises vacant Jots etc within thg city limits and notice is further given that all persons falling to comply with this notice will be against by Attention Is hereby called to the fact that the law against stock running at large iIi the city is being violated in some sections and notice is hereby given that from and after this date that law Will be strictly ej forced and all stock found run ning at largq will be taken up and put in the pound and The owner of such stock will be re quired tp pay the fea threon and in addition thereto wiI be liable toa fine under the law This May 10 1911 JC MCELROY Mayor Notice All persons indebted to the Red Cross Drag Stare or to Leo frdonare notified to come for wail and settle at once an t save ccsls of collectur Leo Haydon Little Mis Imogene is ill with Mrs Emmet Field of Tnnis v ill anti Mrs Nichols of New York visited relatives here last week Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloom field hai returned to her home at Bloomfield attar a visit to her daughter Mrs W W Ray Hon T S Mayes was in Har Lrodsburg Sunday Mrs Jas Allen of Bloomfield is the guest Other sister Mrs W W Ray The McElroy family held their annual family reunion during the past week Ofthe ten children nine here The aver age of the ten exceeds 74 years Mrs Carothers of is the guest of Mrs T D Tapp Mrs J S a number Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Van sam of Paris Ky Miss Minnie spent the first of the week in Louis ville Miss Gertrude Shader was in Louisville Monday Keep Their Hair and Free- fromDandruff Almost everybody in Springfield knows that there is do for the hair that cn compare with lrtt and Itching scalp in two weeks orI money back It puts radiance and luster into thatI dull lifeless hair that many women possess and does it in a few days On M rch 25 1910 Lulu D Fix ofI Rapuine Va wrote Parisian age i a wonderful hair restorer It stop ped my hair from ailing out and stop ped myncalp fr m itching also cured the dandruff Parisian Sage is sold by Haydon Willett for 50cents a large bottle Nancy Is Miss Nancy Ray was married the other day in county If she is the same Nancy who refused to play because her bird died when some of us were school buys she is no spring chicken Wbeto us has slot shed tears over that touch ing poem My bird is dead said Nancy Ray My birdie dead I cannot play Go put his cage far faraway I cannot eai the sight today Hopkinsville Kicked By A Mad Horse amuel Ulrchto Beetown Wis I of ulcers bursts bolls eczema scalds cuts ccrns fo dSreSt bruises nnjI plies on eit4 Hayd Robertson W f- I p II Refrigerators ice ltI 850 to 1600 the most satisfactory line ever- on the market lPorcJiand Lawn Goods the yet shown Prices J to please alL J Baby Carriages and 150 to oooI IIShould find House Cleaning you needed matress and buy with Yours businessfr LCHMANCAMPBELLjHcldermanSosh HoldermanSoshI yesterday bI prominent throughout traveling Springfield HunterClaybrookeMr Preabvteriin Maysville yesterday bridesmaids daughtr Olaybrooke Claybrooke splendid Immediately Claybrooke Thursday designated CleaningUpDay premises theirrespec proceeded lawI RigsJae pneumqnia daughter assembled Bardstown McEjroy entertained offfriends McClelland CLEVER WOMEN Always Fascinating preparation IIIt Married Edmonston Kentuckion losingIittconiple TryItiat and Boxes placed Largest assortment GoCarts spring i l l IIfjouIikeit k I1 Good Things IItt It ComA into our attractiycshop adl 7 on the appetizing cakea piei buns brcd confectionery They look good and are good IIgaze WM Make You It Hungry I and if you take some home 1Ithe j faniJywilibui Iyou Everythingfrom LoirneChocalate1toiirv i special mince pie is the bait if its Rind huleo i well made and perfectly delicious 1 Give us acaU vt I IrZGERALD a Xi iilinlLMK I 11I II O D HATCHE1fII New lirmP- nxnps Tillhlillg PIuInbllg IIInot Water and Steam ll atiJj J SPECIALTY Ii b Give us a trial All work uarantedo pi Seryice v I i rri SPRINGEltJlDKYi sr I OiLeAftertheFire16 l t t Whndo you want the right kind ofa policy Remember m j iipolicy caD note be chang Sd after the fire i taSut before the fire you cant at urn extra CMt sIs ItiIIan insurance company whot record a d Mrk t will guaranteed you th f lfilltitiol i j I have only companies that M fact one has beWbontinumlly in bustWt2 i Years m j jTjli I 4 eriieletn1eprofeCtYMt S1l JIean tornaoo Ic i mi1y idN Litsegent J V r 7 7w J I v q NltkeIIit 4ii r 1 WlfWlNNv vVWMVH jCRVVl CKCINW ragceeJnr y givan that atI tiTtGl AprjL term 19t1 of it t WNgIb Co jfoltJwinr rdels d1 ljII Herd frecd MhinjKiUMx OqSnty Court Aprif2th 1911 W W Wilbaml ndi9 others On Petition to Establish it GraM GbmmdQSchdoh It ppe4iflg tb the court that f1MJ reuIar of this tpSfSQ JH Moore W P Bottom Jno4 ZonsBJ WArnold WR Thompson W J Rayboarne E L Britton Hartllordud J p Hamilton all of whom t are white citizens and legal vx ISIi Std common scbool district here1 iaafter de cribed is located filed their in this 2Siag for toe establishment of a chooldislrictlal deicrlMtlt 1 election therein as provided by llaw said district being situ tt d in Washington County Ks aadis bounded as followssCoBeginning at the school house in Mackvilte Xy extending a limit line ef two and onehalf miles north ended at 1 on the l ndsof O J Hickerson thence S 87 W 84 poles to the middle thelandmlineBirchs land thence S 75 X W 60 poles on sae thence3 751 w 97 poles 4 on 40La stake on nee Hyatts land thence S BID 4 W 14 poles on same to the middle oVHenryGraveRobert xeecings land S 51 34 w 5 poles on Goosby Ishams land thencee38 34 W 136 poles pn same S W HlckIersonslland thence 8Zl34 W 4 poleE St J Danj16 w 3 poles on same S 16 w 77 poles oii Herman Shewmakerto 8 a stake on onWillfeRaybournes thence S 4 W44 poles to the creek on same S 4 w 113 poles to 9 a stake Mrs Ray bournes land thence s 4 E 12 poles on same S 4E 132 poles to the middle of l the MackvilleA Springfield turnpike on theTIt BtaKepaasme along the boundary line of Riley and Will Sweeney John Rainey and Lqlp Wycoff lands thence s 534t passinthroughJohn Lula Elvin Yaste tSThompsonIon Lottie Montgomerylands thence S 8K E 30 poles to 18 a stake on and Wm Anderson thence s 29 34 E 120 poles to 19astake on said Anderson thence s 56 E 156 poles to 20 a stake on same and John Gilles 21Ia staKe on said Gillespie and Abner J1iJ ofTiciof said pike 50 poles to 22 a point In the middle of the Texas Mackville turnpikes thence with the meanderings Of said pike 92 poles to 23 a point In MrsPowells 66E276and Marion Sweeney thence jN 53 34 E RichariHornI l2Q poles 27 on same N 37 E 96 poles to 28 on Nick Hatchett thence N 33 Ia eRobinsonJacob Bottom to middle of MackvillelJenkinsville turnpike with the Imiddleofthepikes81 E 16 poles to 30 middle of the Harrodsburg turn pike thence with the meandenpgs of betweentheCamden and GeoBallow Robert Bot torn and Irvin Mayes and Cloyd thence r andrBumstliencer W140po1espoles 36 on same and Ruby IN 42iW 52 poles 37 on said wn81 36Jw 38 poles 38 middle of the well pike op same thence s 80 Poles S9tb a sWce on Walter shew Iwfbline opposite Campbell residence on CampbeJJtbenceNorth And it appearing that said dis trict Jas been agreed OQ by the Judge of this court the petitioners the county superintendent of schools of Washington county Sand tlie trustees of the scho o- ldistridt ifected thereby it IS ihereltore ordered that the She r iff of Washington county open fpoU in said pn posed graded ccmtuon bchdol district at the school bouse in MackViJle Wash fingon couuty Ky in said di s UJIiton the 17th day of Jone takingTV jj gradcommon the pproposition whether or not they will voie an annual tax in the t sum of Twientyfive Cents 25c each tilts hundred dollars WOrth of taxable in pe1tlperS9Jisanti apoll lax of One Dollar fl 00 oh each white male inhab itant therein oyer 21 years of e for the purpose of main taihing a graded common school district and for erecting purchas bgor repaIring suitablebuiltTm therefor if necessary It is fur fher ordered that the Sheriff of theIi said graded common school dis t borictwill be given by publishing in some weekly or daily newspaper ublished in Washington county or at least 20 daj s before the election and also adVertise the some by printed or written hand bills posted a five conspicuous gfadeqIThe said Sheriff shall give the nandshallIland notices herein provided fqr i posted within ten days after h e receives this order and at lleast 0 days before said election The said Sheriff snail appoint a judge pdclerk of said election Woo shall take and subscribe to an o o performanceftheir apart for the election as afore aid the officers of said election propoundtoquestionClAre you for or apaiilst graded comic on school tax his vote shall be recorded for or against the same as Jie ay direct and said officers shall record the vote for th names off the five trusiers for whom each of the voters may vote Said Sheriff ard all oiher offierssballdlchargEr all such ther dunes not herein enumer ated as may be required by law and said electionashall be held qnirdbylawCopy Atst W F Booker Clerk Notice is hereby given that an jOection will be held at the School House In Mackyille Washington county Ky between the hours SaturIdavconducted in all respects and forth purposes as required by the foregoing order of the Washing on County Court and in another respects as required bylaw Thi April 26th 1911 litS J ANDERSON Sheriff Washington County 3rain Leaks Som people use the dock to kill time by not to measure time by The good tbings of life arena plucked from trees rooted in evil How many souls have been saved by ajsalaried quartet in the choir loft Dont it just beat all how a little woman can make a big man toe the mark Drowning I men grasp at straws But more straws are grasped by thirsty men A gossiping woman is the German carp of the hum m tribe gossiping man tbegarfish f God does nob require that you do a great deal but Be does re quire that you do all you cm A lot of people argue so long theytorgetheaven Barkijg dogs never bite the trouble being that no one knows just when trey will quit barking A lot of men ot big pr tense are sarrow that the minute ou open their front door you art in the bck ya d4 The man who first snid that there is a sucker born every minute lived in a day when the birth rate was nmch lower than now We know some men wbo are si1htlrd ugUtIbone shavings i homeihours work and grumble be ceuse the wife wfio haswork t Womans Powerl JatF Over Man jrd Wemaic tferMM dowiaeatis the power to bold the pure and honest love ofVwrthraa Whwi she Iowa it and still loves on ae MM is s wi4 world ea kaow the heart o ony 5 1 f Iv S1SS The woMisr who den from weak a tjsMS itVlhcr special womanly or ofSiMbr HiKh ltk Men and she loses hW iM4 hl tf hir1siB tee4ivaei her amiabilityVa awoaaa Dr RVPieroeo1BufaloNYwith ISN taWe pfayuelaas has prescribe JoFaW Wr1tdyol has dyiand successful rmdy for Msfil 4 JiaJ UiftS Dr rivsi Favorite Freneription It itive 4ppUMMM awl diM rders peculiar to wow It u pTs 4 hiafc MadiMM dealers MIlk No AM r win imiiiaiili ia order toa1MU farjer SIT MAK WEAK WOEIB SICK WOMWELZ a jJIoI MMaMT JPKMa M vJMi hfr iti 3 Llw gal Bowtt 4 eleven hours dosent have sup r ready before be gets hiscoat off Bryans Commoner STOMACH REMEDY IGuaranteed by Haydon Will tt InIfstaptly upset y6U must quickly doone of two things Allow the rest of your body to be coioaeas week as your stomach Or make your stomach as strong as your dy This paa best be done Jiy using the prescription or a specialist that in years of practice give immediate re ll sieIperc cent of the people who used ItaThis prescription is known frota cost to cost vs MIONA MIONA stomach tablets are guaranteed by Haydon Willett to cUTe indigestion acute or chronic or any upset condition of the stomach In fiv minutes theygl relief from heartburn acid stomach gas on stom ach belching of sour4 food fermentation heartburn and waterbr sh If you suffer from stomach trouble get a large 60 cent box of AflONA stomach tablets today and put your s jelfBIG GAMb OF NORTHWEST D DisappearanceCan Prompt ActionbNorthwest Canada and portions ofI Alaska still contain great numberi for large game but in some localities this has already become very scarce AmylIcathere remains only the arctic regions It Is evident that in a new country l andIinvadeI men who must depend in large measure on the country for subsistence ellsIsubIfish that they take and great quan titles of wild meat are brought into the settlement for sale There has been enormous waste by the white game killers and If the waste by the Indians baa been less itt is only because the Indians are t w6rI in numbers In some localities the continued and reckless killing of game for sale in the mining camps has re suited in the almost complete dlsap pearance of such game Besides thia- there are not It few people who go into the country in search of fine game heads and who kill with the hayebeento leave to spoil on a hillside enough meat to supply a prospector with pro visions for a whole winter The chief game animal in much of that country Is the moose which Is so abundant that from a good lookout high up on the mountains moose can be seen almost any fine day by the ortIonsenzle river caribou are still seen in great herds at the proper season of the year but these herds appear to be growing constantly smaller Mountain sheep are yet abundant In many place and owing to their habits of life are perhaps In less Im mediate danger of extermination than the moose or caribou It Is obvious that as the settlement of this northern country proceeds the game must disappear It is only by the establishment of game refuges In these regions that It can be pre served and at the present time the countr11arefar as It may be turned Into moner1 WESTERN GIRL IS AMAZED Domestic Arrangements In New York Are Analyzed for a NaItive She was from the west and she generalized as rapidly as the traveler whb found no soap in his Parisian pension room and wrote home that the French never use soap What amazing domestic arrangements you have In New York she instructed a native There Is a man in the office where I am employed who Is separated from his second wife He told me all about It Noth- Ing so extraordinary in that of hlsIme these two women were intimate frlEmds When they were girls He had married Number One and after a time she had become so Joal ous of Number Two that she had leUI him I dont doubt she had good tauso for he then married Number Two She in turn became jealous ot Number One and left him Then the livinghappUytown while the man Is wandering that tigtoperjIO perfectly never have anything like that out west NoT No Reno nor anything of that sot- tiOweubutf thats mostly ffor you New York people Abbotsford The present estate of Abbotsford r was formed during the years 1811 to 1817 from various small farms the first one purchased bearing helnharnio nious designation Clarty Hole After Sir Walter Scotts death in 1834 a committee of friends Collected 8000 to ward the redemption of the estate ant MrT Cadell the publisher contributed the rest on receiving the rights over cOtta works The library and museum byU1el W Scott died on hsway home from India the property descended to J R Lackhart his eonInlaw and thence to his daughters husband J R Hope Scott whose daugnter held the estate for some years Many Sqptt relics are preserved in tie house notably his chair and writing table in the stud- yukls hat and gloves In the hall lfEii al Evening StandardV rV BLACK BOG Of KILBARRONI Corner In the cou4tland Dear to Those Who KfloiAtt The black bog ofKllbarron In the County Klldare Ireland lies five long miles from either Railway or postofr flco and is considered to bo at the back of beyant entirety There are three styles of dwellings the black bog says the Rosary Magazine houses pottages and cab- sIn The houses aria quaint rambling edifices owned by the farmers who still hold tet Olden styles and ancient ways unmindful of the great modern note which is sweeping through Ire JanS today The cottages bel ag to the government and are rent cLto laborers at Very low rate wh ie the cabins ana mply relics of Unsold regime Just lay huts roofed 1th straw There re very few of the latter standing in Ireland npw The black bog is a dangerous place for nightly rambleV aslt abounds In deep holes full of inky water But pome warm summ evening after sun set when the whit fogBare rising all round go down here all you who nr city tired and fJnd out hpw good tlnt springy sod fill feel to your cramped feetiTfy a snort Ma thon along those WInding pathways rou who are wear1 of lifes treadmill jand see if you do not get to feeling like a young colt jjust let loose in a Over pasture OnI some misty day li October go down there among the rown heather and llet the rong cleaj wet winds blow the furrows from your forehead while the raindrops are pattering on the bracken like the wee feet of the fairies themselves Always enchanting always bcantl ful even if it is at the back ofFbeyant the charin of this old will twine Itself rot nd your heart with a lure strong en ugh to draw you ack to the wndof Kilbarron evermore forI Lisbon In epya Times Pepyss far gitfes an unflattering picture of the LSbon court in his day On October 11 1661 he talked with Captain La bert fresh from Portjugall who pld him it was a very poor dirty lace I mean the city anti court f Usbon That there are no glass windows nor will they have ny That the king has his neat sent up by a dozen of lazy gut ds and in pipkins sometimes to ht own table and sometimes nothlif but fruits and now and then hal a hen And now ili QueenIgoose to her tablr which os not or dlnary Some fw months later when some Poi ugail ladys hadw come to London Pepys found them not handsome an 1 tfielr farthingales a strange dress I find nothaIng in them that is pleasing and I see they have llea at to kiss and look freely up and dow i already and L do oelleve will soqn forget the recluse jjractlse of their ovii countryLon don Chronicle I me Brief Proclamation ofCa1ornlalobbyist named Nap Broughton who was equally notedjjas wit ptuttererone day In saw1JrooghtonAh Nap your taking advantage turkeyI proclamatlongov- ernor extended to im By the way he added wasnt that a pretty good proclamation INoo ttttoo Io Jg said Nap with tsomeThats funny said the surprised governor Why prided myself hpeciallymatlon I dont se how I could have made It shortertAll you nnn eded to say wasp Itppra1se Qg go from whom alllbbblesaings FF ow ExGovernor Pardee of California in fWorldMade a Bstter Play Walter called the Irate diner there seems to te a dollar on tblsI bill I cant account torIOh thats just apolo gized the waiter ust a bet the cash aierbawayWhat do you t ean about a bet asked the diner d talnlng him Well slrI bet he cashier 50 cents you would see the Mistake and he bet you wouldnt so I win sirhSuppose I hadn i noticed IU Hed have gott n tho dollar Oh see Ghe me your alrIand he wrote a f e lines on the of the bill folded it up and handed It to the waiter Take that to tho cashier The waiter lean d over the caahieritshoulder B he un olded the t road f lel1Jthis4 a Often The KIdn ys flre Weak nc by DyerWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhefl thy kidneys are ponsible for much ckiJess and suffering t itrefore If kidney- t cubic permitted Ict ntinuer serious rq V silts are most likely t follow Your other crgans may need at tt ntion but your kid jieys most because J 4f Jejr do most and s jouid have attention your kidneys are first cak or Therefore out of whenI youcan understand how quickly tire body is affected and how every organs to fail to do its duty If yon are sick or feel badly begin taking the great ldney remedy Dr iI onIvinceSwamp Root Iht great kidney anJ bladder remedy soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring roperties have been proven in thousani of the most distress ling wes If you reed a medicine you should have the st Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onetol cclar sizesYou n ay have a sample bo tie by mail free nln ilTMpiUIhowor bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Khmer Co Binghamton N V Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRootil- loll do you will b disappointed VSI t The farmer and his wife were about to sit down tto a cold supper when they saw some 91d friend driving towairds the house The good wife waS equal to the occasion thanks to her New Oil She had it lit ina moment and her guests hardly 3vere seated on the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table sausages and eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon and rolls justi crisped in the oven and fresh coffee find the hostess herself as cool and neat as if she find not been near the kitchen She never could have managed it with an rang TheNew Perfection is the convenient anu Lestt cooker on tile market t Ib2 3 burnrn etumeltd dumDrrt elc r ISiai whe or wrie deV drculir lathe neared agcacj cf Standard Oil Incorporated ARE AT HARVARD IN 185Q1 Breakfast at Daybreak and Boiled Dinner Two Days In the Week x dormlIttories and ate at the commons The food then partaken of with thankful ness would now be llooked upon as pr iron fare At breakfast which was served at sunrise in summer and at daybreak In winter thpre were doledI out to each student a small can nflIsettled coffeea size of biscuit aIsize of butter weighing generally about an ounce Dinner was the sta jpie meal and at this each student was regaled with a pound of meat Two days In the week Monday and Thursday the meat was boiled and in college language these were known as boiling days On the remaining days the meat was roasted and to tthem the nickname of roasting days was fastened With the flesh went al ays two potatoes When boiling days came round pudding and cat bage wild peas and dandelions were dded The only delicacyi to which no stint was applied was the cider a beverage then fast supplanting the smUll beer of the colonial days This was brought to the mjess lq pewter cans which were passed from mouth to mouth and when emptied were again replenished for supper there was a bowl of milk airtr a size of bread The hungry Oliver who wished for more was forced to order or as the hrase went seize li from the kitchen McMastere History of the eoule of the United States Happy at 103 IWUUIom Head who yesterday celebrated at Windsor Workhouse his hundred and third birthday whea asked if he would like to go for his usual walk into the village of Old Windsor replied Nov thank yOuSAt his Is my birthday I prefer to spend iit at home He looks upon the workhoue as his home and spent a appy day there Ho rose at 7 oclock and had his usual pipe before breakfast Then the masterbrought him Wo presents of tobacco which had arrived for him For dinner the cid man lhad boiled beef vegetables and bread He spent the afternoon with his friends at the workhouse and having had a goodjtea went to bed at 7 oclock London Dally l1 I1f One Thing Certain u4ual1yIllady of rich tendencies announced to surprised audience in a London house that her husband hat written to say that he was going to buy an automobile I dont know whether hell go In for a toweringcar- or a runnlngaronnd said the voluble llady Bet one thing Is certain we- lte our own garbage For Gapiny Hero Is a simple but excellent rem dy for gaping skirt plackets an ua tidy condition which It is hard to avoid after the skirt has become stretcKed from sItting in It Before sewing on the hook place underneath it a piece of tape or ribbon at least as wide as the hook Itself Sew securely and then stretch the tape over to the next seam and tack flat being careful to have the tape Just the same llength as the space of the skirt tweent the seam and the back opening When the skirt la closed It will stay frm and neat htf1J 1jiI Unexpected Guests IIIII Perfection Cookstove oldfocd quickestmost TheNQilcQQKt9 2 Company VISITS QUEEN ONCE A MONTH tyBachelor Cenfidedto a Friend the Reason He DcCsnt Care to Mingle With Society A bachelor friend of rhine told me a little story when we were at thei play which I have hung up In my collection of mind pictures anti think It Is a gem said Colonel Rivers I pad made the charge that he didnt mix ali much as he should He l replied that he did all hjs mixing wlt a twoythrold married couple and a pretty miss of 7 yOPrs I askedl him how that could be WI childrenmixingthemseWcs Sundalin theIfriends In the same part of town To IpvltdWhent Ilndrendfngs young Then the bachelor tales the dlttle one descrlpIthe childs leauty and dress and his reports of the clever things she amustthepretty inns book anybodypictureMy bachelor frlnnd assured me that after he bad enjoyed one of ihese din ners he had no desire to rolnge In what is cmied modern society If he said I aaBettergoodfprtuno whhIfourthIAOogandaBum In a vacant lot at the corner of Eleventh tend Larimer streets was an Old white dog that wasnt well tie crawled over near a blllbqard and lay down Lots of people saw him but1 bodY pfd any attention to him un Ul a truropishlooklHg fellow came ijrtong He was Hard Times per Eoniflcd JJe wcnj over and petted the dog Whats the matter old boy he asled SickV IThe dog seemed to appreciate the manIHo went to a salcon near by and returned with a tin basin fulUof wa tbetatcren the animals head Ina couple of minutes more the dog arose and slowly walked uway wagging his tall He IJUltI thats alL Denver Times Scored Heavily The BurgifirHow much Is flve rolls of movln picture pa nre SnooksTIstuff DillY The Burglar smilinglyI broke Into vaudyvillo last night t Sam Sort of Language thatmansof ideas1Yee Cayeqne He uses tho samo sort of language that wo pay two or three dollars a seat to hearata theatre t railed in Health My mother died six years ago writes Miss Ruth Ward of Jerseyville filland leftme to care for six children I had never been strong and this with the shock of her death was too much for me I failed in health II was tired all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for ccmpany II Ijad the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains A very dear friend advised me foJake Cardui as itt had done her so much good so I commenced to use it and now I am in good health V Take CARDUIJ44 IV The Womans Tonic Womens pains are relieved prevented and womens strength is quickly restored by CarduL the womans tonic You yourself know best if you need 1tor not toIf you dp need itdo not delay bit commence to use it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further down the hilt 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 v Write to Ladies visori Dept Chittinoogi Medicine Co Qiattanoozi Touv for Sptclat Instructions and 6lpze book Home Treataojl for Womeu sent freeJ L rrI t ChIdrei Y for FItcherslI a Ia The Kind You Have Always Bought X and wMqk Has beeain use for over 30 years has borne the signatHie of acMrn had been made under hls p rsuprvLsIon since tsjiifany no one to deceIve you In thisVAll Counterfeits Imitations find Orustasgo are butExpcrinients thattyino vllU arid endanger Ue health Qi Infants aria Children Experience against Experiment What ISVCASTQRIA It v Castpria Is a harmless snbstltuto for CastOr Oil JJaregone Drops arid Sobtliing Syrups Tt Is Keosani fit NaseotiosilbstriicoC8 Y s 1tand allays verlKlirieSB It cures lilttrrhce and Lnd = Colic It relieves Teething TroUbJes cureS Constipation J and 1ijStomnchnndI39wcTho Qhildrpns IiIaccTho lUotherSFrendI ENUJWE CASTOR ALWATf x9Bears th fIe Signature 0I i qt ITheijnd YuRave Always Mght IJsQ For Over 30 Years t frne rr RinrsTicrr sew Yortccrnr J J toI t rii tiiI11 r f t No 2381 uJ 0J t Registered German Coach 4r j r I Ii JWIJI make tli season of 19liatmy stkbles at cArid well Ky atV J JT i GoltTi i lfltoNelson II isi sblifl black 16 hands one inch frighun f weighs 1875 pounds fle has proven to he an exce len t breeder l i I hlo haiffa1 ibn Jackg that wil1eiae mar gat lo and Jennets1 for a Jnndt colt andt2a for aJack colt f r i W L GRAHAM Cardwel1j M jTw iiI 5 Public ServiLe Season 1911 IIFori At I H ThurmansfarrnSpringfield f KykBourbons Best 1495 1 4tChestunt1 By Bourbon Chief 976 sire of B01rCTIfP i I Chief etc Iv fet I1st dam Judy Oliver 6407 by Red IOUdW tr 2nd dam by WUsooi King 2196 L k 3d dam by sims Clark Chief 2575 j 4th dam by LeGra d 746 Bourdons4breedmgIJet in or out of Kentucky He f is a young horse nod I practically untried hen e the future alone can tell what he will do either in theshow ring o in the stud We are breeding valuable mares to him and expect to give him every opportunity to make good j If he fails to breed up to his promise wellflnd it out quickly jam secure another t 25 To Insurea Living Colt rY IIIFfeI JKing oL i32 f i sWtt 15 3 llande1 Foalfd1903ht dam dnmlIJrs dam Wilsons Wood Mrs King by b 2196r i AJit II13y is also aregistered8addle Horse and a good bred one be Ins King that sired the dan of both Bourbod King land Chief and tracing his darns side to Blue Jean 3 One saddle horses ever owned in Kentucky Hesisija nice smo and can rack and trotas fast as anybody dhotse Fee I5S tto nsqre a Living Colt f I Jaclc 0 Diamonds 1 I We think this is 9 jack Look at himif jfou don Clikehim IsomethigwrongIj h 1 I lu tt Inetfroa Living ColthI THURMAN f PETERS vi 1 IWI1INGFIELD KY t L It Ask yt ur 141veSIOlcilniirc- orlbbul Mlntaiiit PltIp All lppoved VLhitWIp 1ut 11- 1lUetut htb 41ql hfl llkt aN1I- C t Atflayd n tt b its Ifs t 4FOUNDOn4 chalujOwner IOQ mt at tle Owl 4lllaur nt utl byprofbJi prajaierty aivJ ptjiflff loc 1114 clvQ tiseuient Jack LeisJ