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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j7i 4 d Jl o ESTABLlSltEDJJ VFJ VS LEAD g lEW XYlltNOo 0 0 WASHINGTON t MAY 18 1911 Isifaliw 1 Notice J 1 fCrHW CtMUWfl School Election 4 r zl l Ui It tiI1 tt t ttije r g ltena 1911 of s Ahe WashicgtoaCounLy Court 7tne following order was duly f Centered of record Washrngtbn8 County Court April 24 th 1911 WW and 19 others Oti Petition to Establish draGradedCommonSchooI I It appeal ing to tim court that 4at the last regular term of this court Match 27th 1911 petition ersW W Willham John HIkerJr jHaj don WjF Hall JJEI Moore iWt R Bottom Jno Af Sharp SD Campbell Zona Best G ham WS Lowe oW ArndldjjW R Thompson r W J Rayboujrnp E L Britton jfcH E Case R R Isham iHart J9rd Turner Jas L Uochrfcn X audJ U Hamilton all of whom k are white citizens and legal vo ters and taxpayers in the Jus ticea District in which the grad ed cowman school district here ihafter descrip l its located tiled prayloga gjraded common school dis nets hereinafter defined and de NI sc ibedtand for the holding of an election therein as provided JjyJw said dlstrlc oelng situ- atedb tin Washington County Ky jIaacL is bounded as follows Beginning at the school house in JJackville Ky extending a limit line of two and onehalf miles north ended at IVoir the landsof 0 Ji Hickerson thence S 873 W 84 poles to the middle v of the county road passing over the I straightfineBirchs land thence S 753 W 60 poles on same thence S 75 J w 97 poles i3 on Geo Walkers land lhece s 63J W 40 poles Onsame S 631 W 117 poles to 4 a stake on Dee Hyatts land thence S 51 3 4 W 14poles on same to the middle of Mackville Wil isborg and Chaplin turnpike S 61 34 10 poles on Henry Graves landfS 51 34 w 128 poles on RObert land S 51 34 w 5 poles on Goosby Ishams land thence S 3934w186 poles on same S 39 34 w 21 poles to a stake on R D Hick polesbnMclivoyaland S 2734 W 5 poles to 7 ta stake on Evan Sales land thence S 016 W3poleson same S 16 W 77 poles on Herman Shewmaker to 8 a sake on Wlie Raybournes land thence 84 w poles to the creek on same S 4w ll3 poles to 9 a stake Mrs Ray bourneS land thence s 4 E 12 poles on same S 4 E 132 poles to the middle of 4 I the Mackville Springfield turnpike on j the lands of Riley thence with the meanderings of pike 118 poles to 15 a stake passing along the boundary line of Riley and Willsweeney John itainey and Luta WycofF lands thence s 53U- E 164 01es to 16 a stake passing through the lands of the following John Rainey Lua Wycoff ElvinYaste James Bowles and Dan Thompson wT WT r TJw = ERt Ii suBSCRJP1lqIV 10l10 1 1 iJ rjI SERtESYOL SPB1 WIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY Willbam i thence s 75 E poles to 17 a stake on liOttie Montgomery lands thence S 89fr E 20 poles to 18 a stake on same andWm Anderson thence s 29 34 E 120 poles to 19 a stake on said Anderson thence s 56 E 156 poles a stake on same and John Gilles pie thence s 84t E 112 poles to 21 ai Keon said GUJespie and Abner H IIton and Henry Isham to the middle of Tick pike thence with the m anderin8 of said pike 50poles to 22 a point inIthe middle of the Texas Mackyille turnpike thence with the meanderings of said pike 92 poles to 23 a point the middle of the creek opposite inI Powells gate thence N 88 E48 poles 24 on the Powell heirs thence N 66 E 276 poles to 25 a stake on same and Marion Sweeney thence N 53 34 EI 116 pries to 26 a stake on Richard Horn and Geo Powell thence N33 E 120 poks 27 on same N 37 E 96 poles to 28on Nick Hatchett thence N33 E 232 poles 29 on the line between Robinson Mayes Del Bottom Jacob Bottom to middle of Mackyille Jenkinsville turnpike thence with the middle of the pike s 81 E 16 poles to 30 middle of the Harrodsburg turn pike thence with the meanderings of same 170 poles to 31 a stake between the lands of Jacob Botton Tyler Lem Camden and Geo Ballow Robert Bottom and Irvin Hayes and Cloyd thence N I7t w 68 poles to 32 on Mayes andi Mrs Wilson thence N 10 w 124 poles 33 on Mrs Wilson and James Burns thencQ N 5234 w 92 poles 34 on Burns and Lizzie Wright thence N 15 12 w 140 poles 35 onwm Graves N2l w148 poles 36 on same and Ruby thence H42JW52 poles 37 on said RubyN 36iw38poJes 38 middle of the Card welt pike on same thence s 80 w 252 poles 39 1ri a ofglro pn Walter shew maker and Wm Lawson thence N 77J w to 40 a stake in the North limit line opposite Campttell residence on CampbellthenceNorth V And it appearing that said district has been agreed on by the i Judge of this court the petition ers the county superintendent of schools Washington county and the trustees of the school district nffected thereby it1 is ihereforeordered that the Slier iff of Washington county open a poll in said proposed graded common school district at school house mJvlackville Wa hel diSItrictthe sense of the legal white voers in said proposed graded common school district upon heI proposition whether or not they 11gumeach one hundred dollarsvj o rth ol taxable property irii said district owned by white pertt tltereintaQd100 on each white mate inbab itant therein over i1 years of mainitainiDgj ingot repairing suitable building therefor if necessary It is furj flier ordered thlt the Sheriff of Washington county shall at theJ same time and place open a poll for the election of uye trusteesof said graded common school dis irict Not ciof said electioni will be given by pnblisbirig in some weeUly or daily news paper published in Washington County for at least 20 days before the elective and also advertise the some by printed or wVitten hand bills postEd a fiye conspicuous s placestin said proposed graded school district for at least 20 da s before the d y of said election The said Sheriff shall i elite nctice of said electfon and shall hive said advertisement inserted and notices Iherein proved for posted within ten days after he receives this order aud att least 20days before said election The said Sheriff shall appoint a judge arm clerk of said election woo shall take and subscribe to an IperformancefKpajt for the election as afore elecf1ouIshalloter o ay questionIIAre you for or kaaiust graded corn on s tax his vote shall be hooljll ed for or against the same as he may direct and said offiqelrs shall recerd the vote for tin names of the five trustees for whom each of the voters may Olherjtoffi respects as maybe requir edby law Copy Attest W BbokerClerk lNotice is hereby given that an SchoolIof am and 4t pjn on Saturday June l7th 1911 and will be conducted in all respects and for the purposes as requred by the foregoing brder of the Washington County Cjurt and In all other respects as required by law This April 26th lOll S JANDERSofr Sheriff Washington County P Notice IAU persons having claims against the estate ofE R May- field deceased will oresent saom to me properly proven on or b- efbreay 1st 1911 f J W WlL ETT Admr of E R Maytield deed I IrlR MONTGOMERY eptionlnI r One of the most chj rroing so ciety events of the eason was the receptions given Thursday CIEast Market slreetli j i honor of her guests Mrs Jose hS Clements of Springfield Ky Mrs Matthew Francis Curke of Washington Indt ati Mrs Al phodso Murdock arret of Louisville About ej jhty ladies were present at the affair which lasted from three to ye and was characterized by an elegant sim ntmeulsIand white and this Was carried out in the decoratto s and refreshments a ike uopers beint profusely used in lha former whilfl the latter co slated of creamtp and mints aid punch Music was furnished Jy harpers from Louisville Miss Jean Burke and Miss Lida Stdnard were at the punch acdjMischarge in the dining room and Mrs Alvin Voit assi ted in rtI ceiving the guests Mrs Clements will be remem bered by many as Hiss Willy Knott of Springfield Ky who has frequently yisitec here and has many friends in Jeffefson vll e Jeffersonvi le Ind Nev Father Ford NowfPastor of St Williamfs Church The Rev FdtherL wrerce B Ford fformerly assistant pastor of St Patricks Co Jgregation yestrday assumedc arge of pt Williams church TiVelfih nndv Oak streets taking ttiH place of the Rev Father Dehnis Murphpr Who died recently Valuer Ford was appbineJ pas or of St Williams congregation by the Rt Rev Denis QDa aghue the- latterpart of last weuk Father Ford is native of Lpuiivile He studied at St Josephs College at Bardstown and was ordained a priest at Pres ton Park Seminary by the late Bishop McCloskey He had elat St Patricks church for veryIII i j Masses ansi sermon every Sunday at 6 8 arid 1030 oclock Sunday School acd instructions forthe First Communion class affer 8 oclock mass theIbegin Thursday May i8Ii- and conclude Sunday May 11th The exercises will begin at 8 a m and conclude at 4 p m with Benediction All are welcome There will be special services next Sunday at 3 p m consist ing of vespers May Procession thl crowning of the Virgin a public consecration ot Spdalipts lothe Blessed Virgin and recep lion of new members The ser vices will conclude witha ser mon aod Benediction i The fifteen new Rosary Ban ners imported from Vienna will be used for the first time in the Procession Seeks Divorce Mrs Hort nse B Minor has tiled suit for divorce from her hupband Dr 0 Raymond Minor charging cruel inhuman treatment drunkenness and wast fpriper alimony In ter petition Mrs Minor de clares that the defendant gave her upder the pretence of ad mihisterii7g a headache po der therein irug which she says jhe knew would make her ner excited andwjiile she fvOUSaud the influence of the medicine sheallegea he took her 1t0 a sanitarium teliing the phy jjicians that she w as crazy Mrs Minor accuses her hus hand of improper relations with Miss Goldie Purdom Dr Minor and Miss Purdom before moving to Louisville were residents of Marion county Lebanon Falcon To pass official inspection your approvedHaydon Robertson r 1AFFIRME Is the Decision ofthe Court ofAppeals in the Wendling Case Frankfort Y1fMay I iL The Court of Appeas today up held judgment of tha Jefferson Criminal Court sentencing Joseph Wendling to life impris tiirYfurKellnor Special attention is givettto the demand qf tfje attorneys o- iWling that he should have been tried by ajury onehalf of1 citizens of the United States The courtsays ifis obvious from the scanty mention ofvjurie of this cLartcter by the common ofcourt 1oJlong before the establishment of this government and the fact that a law so atiMquated and obsolete should be found incpr poratel In the statutes of Ken tucky may well be regarded as one of the curiosities of llegisla- iton Reviewing the testimony th Court says that the evidence of Frank bebr as to his c oversa fionjn the church vuth Father presen99fthe cotrtpatent to go to the Jury in connection with Wendliugs de nial Iddt he uas so present It says this evidence wasc fnpe tent to show that Wendling bc came alarmed at inquiries di rected at the bjssmenfe dfr the church and tha t these inquiries mignt have induced bimrto have the church and the citt under the circumstances he did With reference tto tbe rejection off the fleered testimony by Cor xjnerEdis Duncan tht during May and Juce 1910 a numner df bodies cf persons were found oh the public dumps of the city where they had been hiuled Jrom the medical schools the court say s We are unable to perceive what relevancy this offered evi dence had to the matter under investigation There was no attempt to show that any bodies from medical schools or else where were ever fouiTd InHpe- bisement ofr the churchV The only body ever found there was the one identified as tfie body of Alma Kelloer susttiins4JiIjie perthfitby Father Scbuh man that the wrrvidtdlhatR desecrated by the commssion of reconsecratedIbein it and that therehad been po reeonsecratiori of this church In conclusion the court Says Uponthe bole case we filt satisQed that the appellant had a eirortoihpright was ccmmitud Kor aid anything occur subsequent tto the indictment or duritg the trial that denied to appellant djue procf ss of law or thtftrwasvipa tive Of any Ji ght or priviee guaranteed to him by V the1 Gtijo sXitutioi of this Stator the United States t Saved HiSTVlotheVs biio Four doctors had nh n me tit wrltesiIfli Laura Gainesof Arcta Lai and my cnildren and alV toy frI uds were looking for me totjie when my son ios sled that Lus Electric Bitter I did so and they haye donc me a world of jjood 1iyill ways praise them Electric BitterV Is a priceless blessing tow men that r re troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache ueadache weakdbss debility constipation or kidnty diozj- ders Use them and pain nfewhealto strength and vigore Theyrfe guirkn teed to satisfy or money refunded Only 50c at Haydqn Robertson LEBANON LOCALS v From The Falcon Joseph C the year oJds nltMr aod Mrs 4Joseph Mill iof near Loretto died Wed nesda arter a short illness uof pneor monia The interment wasyesr tErJa m filijk aSt Chries The sorrowing parents have the sympatby of mnvfrjepds About the latter part of Sep tember there will be issued ham the press of one of the 1ead pg itaw York publishing houses The MaQ From JeriqhotVaf book by Mr Edwia Carlile Lit sey of this city This Is the writtenIt It M77t17tt 0 + p 4J b L1I ATid POWDER Absolutely Pure t jwiltrputjtjftjn henrnbas t Jfl v JHearing a noisonhfs b ck porch Monday nlgjJtsout l680 Mr W L Card 8 elj pVociiredhii pftoland opened the back door to investigate When the ofocr opened a colored in injumped off the porch and ran down througb the garden Mr JCrdwell shot 5 time at the intruder but so farias known the shots went c wild It was a bright moonlight li night but Mf Cardwell did Dot refipRnjzei the sopposcd thieH A larg grayihorse belonging to Mr J El Watts that WM supposed 16 be perMctiy g9ntlelv was left standing near the laaa dry Monday after oonWftb out apparent cause the horse turned arid dashed up Main street At Brents stable Ihi hu gyt struck a telephoriiipol and was almost completely de tmoHshed The horse tin Dlo t t ftaini t front of the Ca ire Co store bsC1arleyLancutelt a young colored man in spectacular n Jrc manner He grabbed tho d ng f I ling lines aslha horIepaasd and quickly stopped him r jCures Scab Wt 1 i withanapproveddfp MiapVsi i Fluid is an approved dip Sojdj L by Haydon Robertson t LJ LJ = n n tfJ Iii I r 1jIM1f i T1 fr 3 f j AT PUELC t Ir Ir o 4 j =t t f44 4 WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE TOCK OF c f i T f r o YEICLE i WAGNS ANDI HARNESS1ki 1k i I J Now at IWitlisbiirp KyInIn Iti consists of the most attractive Vehicles on the market All new I frh Si1 tLj- i1Thisstock 4f Ji larid we off rthen i regardless of cost to the highest bidderI on i llfti14 i f 2 H4d4 11 iit 1 l z t 1f irl f- A r c riS i SHTURDHY MftY 20c 1911v T t J t 4 4 t JB5 Atflart Etepgtons Near Willisburg Ij Sale Will Begin Promptly at tO Oc1k Y tLit t c 6 J TERMS Twelve Months Ban cable Note Bearing 6 per Cent interestktjl 4 f l vlii 4THEaEOR6Et BOHOMiLtJ ff 2J t i fr t o INCORPORATED Iil I r tf i I s M CAMPBELL Auctioneer OJ Ln HAI3ODSBURQ1i KYIt t tf 0 I y 4 1 MK U J 11 o Ka irnan VAi t Iw V7r T r TiLthD 1 PIOFtLDIV 00 cfcft JlbayuuUotY f JMRSI me JOSEFM MUM i Editorstad Publishers i r irr TURDA rA5Y 18 1911 Were witborizeclHp announce tc JOHN A POLIN rot prerntat1ve in lewiithXentuclcy Leg t k1tje from Washington1cowty- I + eajjet to tke action of the Democratic S H JJrwICA T J yMiies Anns Iobbs and Roxie CKUel of apr In fte I1were the pJ n of Mrs Edd 1 Grim fend iuifly SundayV Mr and MrfWlll Nally and family visited the llattersparents Bii iay Mrs MftttleHcran of Leba BOA j visititing her parents Mr Stbd Mrs S C Begley this i k 4v Rev Father Gabe oIHarrods r jpurfc ptwsed through here on a iack call Friday j lir and Mrs Clarence Graves and Wal acf Adams of RayWick I visited at the home of Mr and I J Mrs Tilford Huffs of near Rose Hill Saturday and Sunday i Miss Hattie Smith of Springk field iig visiting her aunt Mrs Myft Smith of this place J Mr and Mrs Lee Riley and r family were the pleasant guests 6jfilr dMrsBkm Shew maker and Mrs iTumey also i4vSupday VI Mr and Mrs James Lanbam r and family visited the latters parents Sunday lMr and Mrs Mike Barker- were the guests of Mr and Mrs JLf B Anderson Sunday r Mr an 1rsJ4ii Sweeney atUfnded Mackville church Sun- dy JF There will be an ice cream i aupijerut this place May 20th We Will begin eating at Toclo k I and will continue until about 10 4 t or 11 Every body cordially in l Vited Come get all the ice it cream and cake yon can eat S Anhissiod25 eeols aad children r 15 cents Supper robe serVed l church yard Mr J R McAllister made a J rt flying trip through here in an automobile he said Itie enjoyed it t very much and said he was go lug toket him one shortly His c gpp4f friends wish him much sUCcesscI j Miss eona Graves and broth Ser Borgia werettlgieSts of their sister Mrs James Lan v Mm Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Dick Shewmaker tvincl daughter Walcie visited r Mr and Mrs Loyd Fenwick and rf3mityS day- Born W the Wife of Mr Alex Smith a boy May 12th Mrs Prudie James is getting alougnicelyS v Harry Janesand Steve Begley il jffere in Lebanon Sunday ie The dance given at the nome of Mrs Nan Fenwick was well it ttendedt all reported a nice time- o t Hillsboro 555 j I As I haye been absent from the columns for several weeks It f t wljl try and take time to get in fJg Wth jou all this spent Mr Sunday J MShiweekII MrS Q Reddicks atthisplace Mrr Virgil Han by and lamily of ne r Valley Hill spent Sun day with Mrand Mrs Ed JIanby Mr J A Coulter and family speitSunday with her father Mr Jim Snttonand wife vMri Walter Hanby and Myrtle Armstrbng were in Scruggsville vicinity Sunday afternoon Miss Laura Scruggs and daughter spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott Mrs John ArmslVong and daughter MyrUe spent Satur day rind Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby Messrs Erastns Ernest and Mollie Shields spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs Mollie Griffey and family of near Fa1tivew Mr Sabe Coulter onq family speat Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott of near here Mr F G Noel and Mrs Bow man Noel Mr E L Parish and two children attended church at Pleasant Grove Sundayfc Mr Raymond Barr spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Elmer Hanby Miss Leona Crow who has been very ill is improving Litsey Miss Nannie Thompson spent several days with her sister MraS B3Thompson Jr Rev H S Hudson was the guest of friends in the neighborhood Mrs A G Noe is visiting rell atives Carapbelisville Miss Logan Neale is very ill at the home of Dr and Mrs J H Hopper Mr and Mrs Fenwick spent Sunday withe the Misses Kelly Miss Ester Cries was the guest of Miss Eleanor Reed Saturday night Miss Susie Edgeratou spent the week end with Miss Jennie LeacbmankMr J F Gregory is in Louis yule this week Misses Eleanor and Margaret Reed anq Ester Crues were the guests of Mrs R M Thompson Mrs NK Thurman iis visit ing at the home of Mr and Mrs B B Leachman Miss Gage Gregory left today for an extended viSit to friends Louisville The Age Social given at the home of Mrs H P MerrItt was qulteasuccessS Mrs W A Thompson and frjendslinMrsiT R Noe and family spent Sunday week at the home offMr S C VanArsdale lUcked By A MadHorso amuel Birch TJf Beetown Wis hada most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful jore that developed but at last Buckl ens Arnica alve cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores bruises and plies on eat thoTry it 25c at Haydon Robertson Prathers Creek Mr R T Best and family of near Springfield Mr Leslie Coyle and family of Long Run Mr TomMatherly and wife of near Jousontcn were the guests of Mr GeorgeChristerson and family Sunday Sveral from this plac attended Deep Creek meeing Sutr day f amilytMi Jack Rayjbdurn and family timed with Mi 0 B Shoemaker and family Sunday Mrs G T M yea rnd son Virgie visited her son Mr Mat Mayes of Danville Thursday and Friday Mr Johnie Russ t1anctWife spent Sunday with Mr W fl Whitemao ofthisplacd Mrs J F Carpenter was the pleasant guest of tier son Mr Jake Oarpenlar from Sunday until Wednesday Mrs Maggie Joe and Miss Ola Barker Were the guests of Mr Jim Mayes Thursday Several from this place attended the sevenjysixth oinh day dinner of Mrs Nancy Coca nOuyher Wednesday the 10th and there were 107 persons pre sent to partake of the godd things that were on the table Several from this place attended services at Bruners ChapeL last Sunday to hear Bro W D Moore who has just re LaridjBrobim a cane that was cut in the edge of the river of Jordon near whereour Savior was baptized and also brought two bottles of water from the Red Sea and one from the rivrJordon SharpsvilleCorrespundentthinks News Leader is what it onght to be as I wrote in my last letter that correspondents should take itiore interest in our letters to brighten its pages and incourage its editors While I will agree- with him that the NewsLeader is alright and furthermore say that its editors are nice gentle men yet byour cooperation in sending in the news we may ac celerate its upward and advancing march Catarrh Quickly Cured by a Pleasant GermKilling Antiseptic Thet little Hyomel pronounce it Highome Inhaler Is made of hard rubber and can easily be carried in pocket or purso It wf11l last a life timeInto this inhaler you pour a few drop of magical HYOMEI This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauze withiu and now you are ready to breathe it in over the germinfest ed membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs HYOMEI Is made of Australian eucalyptus combined with otber antiseptics and Is vtry pleasant to breathe 0 It is guaranteed to cure catarrah bronchitis sore throat croup cough and colds or money back It cleans out a stuffedup head in two minutes Sold by Haydon Willett and druggists everywhere Complete outfit including indestructible poc HYcYtneed a second bottle of HYOMEI it will cost only 50 cents Sharpsville IM Ben Poulter formerly of ths county but who his for the pastfew years been a resident of Arid rson county happened to a serious and perhaps a fatal acc dent last Saturday by the gxplo sion of dynamite which resulted in the loss of both eyes a frac ured skuil and ona rat was so 1amputated1 we nv here who regret to i4ar of hs sad misfortune It the political id sCr theii Democrats are centered upon Mr Addams over tjie entire Stale like ofI this Eection itis enough to shock the o d Senators modesty to a frazzle Dr Stork In his h imble ion made Mr and Mrs fuiSStt Crouch felicitate lustl over the arrival of tt boy1 Mr Crouch Is a glad papa and says the y9ungser is a num ber one Democrat Oh you Raggy Bo r from Long willssbeA goedi wife in Ja anseUs for fifty cents Whatra pity that arpIfifty c ntBwou lackinKSp bogs dont let thi entice you but stay here ahd ke p on trying for it is a long lane thathas no urn Mr and Mrs Oscar Broan spent Sunday wit relatives at IMrrds of Chap lin was among friends here Saturday and Sum ay The Sharp vjJl iase ball team known as the BueJ ays will sopn be ready for action This team bas bEen car tully selected from several good players from which they are 6Ure to attain a higher attitudein playing this season over thato lastyear Mr A1j LitsprVas Here last week hustling hong the farm rs interested q tlesbeep husbandry insp icting their flocks Be found i goodly num ber that wouldp ss the inspection and equally as many that did not R C and Wi Bryant were among friends t Bloomfield Saturday and Sup lay Mr James Lon was in Har rodsburg Friday business PARISIAN TSAGE Puts Hair on Your Head and Keeps It herIMan or women no rtiattcr how old you are Parisian sage the lunegual ed hair tonic will make you look go to H vdon Villetts and get a generous sjized bottle to yourIdruff stop falling hAir or itching scalp It will mak jour lair luxurl ant bright and bcii tifnll and it is the most refreshing pleasant and in vigoratiag hair dre Sing made The Igirl with tho Aubur hair on every bottle L LNotce III persons laving claims agaiust the estate of G W ray lcr deceastd will present same properly provei to the undersigned or toT S Mayes Spring field Ky on or helore June 26th 1911 at which t die I will settle my accounts am distribute said estate This April 26 1911 FELIX TAYLOR Admr of G gorge W Taylor Spring cld Kvl rfd 2 Cures Scab j I by with an appr ved dip Minors Fluid is an approved dip Sold by Haydon Rbbertsqn v1 V IINI T5i1iiiiiLLt5i EYerpe Come Lots 1 Of Fill F J I Stating Rink Thursday May 25 One 150 Pound Hog dIIWilibe given to the one that catches it On Roller Skates If not Cil ight 2 30 minutes the hog is to have 0 minutes rest No two people are o inII I holdof the pig at one time if inqre than one gets hold df pig at one timp both are to turn loose and try again and the party that catches the p g must be standing on roller skates with both feet on floor Jfl iffI d ft AdmlS lon 225c Skates and SMng Free i v 2 J I 1 v 1 1Masqueraile Can Yalt t Tue day June 1Isf I f Ia =rnasker o aj will to fbsg e the greatest 1 5iiiJ IT E 4 I 00 Mail orders promptly and carefully filled with ther best values in stack and ohmail orders purchases of 5 or more we pay for warding charges to points within miles Louisvilles Greatest t JI I JIIi sizes regular 350 ivalues On sale d 265- GUNMETAL CALF PUMPS with uiribboh bow made Iwith welt sole on regular short vamp pump last fit perfectly without f CClarj t Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats i UNTRIMMED BLACH HAIR- HATS in large and small shapes 4 QQOnfC READYTOWEAR HATS in Istrawsandsjwings straightand 1quillI I HighGrade CorsetsRENO CORSETS for jnediuni and slender figures made of excellent batste with hose supporters at front 6salefigurehosehighbURregnlar75c49c Ivalue on sue at- BRASSIERES CONTOURS and CONFINES of all sorts including open and closed fronts a variety of ESpecialc wearI I I ihs lot Weather We carry iin stock all of the leading brands and are sole agents for a number of the best and most popular Shirts and Drawers 25c Ecru balbrggans shirts long or short sleeves drawers with French bands and double seats checked coat athletic no sleeves to match knee length only open mesh long or short sleeves drawers ankle or knee length Choice of shirtsIIat 25c per garment i Choice of These at 50c UNION SUITS balbriggan or open mesh ankle length long or short sleeves look like 100 goods B V D GENUINE ATHLET IC coat shirts short or no sleeves drawers ankle or knee lengths sizes up to 44 ts POROSKNITwhite with long or half IIGENUINE ankle or knee up RIBBED to 44 UNDERWEAR buttonlessand sleeveless shirts knee drawers in white I only sizes up to 44 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Track and Field Loaders to Be Docided at Pittsburg Scbcnley park Ilttsburg will bo tbe sceiie of the national utbletlc cliam tilonsliips for junior and senior tit tS June 30 and July The events for tbe senior class will be held on the latter named date A similar list of contests will be ucld in both serIes be runllLrun one mle run flvetuile run 120 yard high hurdle iJiO yard low hurdle pole vaiult running hop step and jump throwing fifty six pound weight throwing sixteen pound hntritncr put ting sixteen pound shot throwing illscus and Jhrowing the Javelin tboI Itutes of the Amateur Athletic union will govern and the grfuies will 6e pen to nit rcsotstlrlII ntLtete- sSchaferMaking Good In OutfioldI OIH f tin finds of the season Is the ptontn Jriujiiij Ph4rCr of thoI vYasliUiKtmi Amuricyus When lie noun cl In hw and itb German IInl ho wns troiui to lieoohic an nnl n rular berth rn the suburbs he Wt iliiili for using up valuable oxgen but he is fulfilling his own prciliftluiiR ricls Hitting his fielding lies boon flue ami his base running nmV gc iiinil versatility th 4 game Jnnko him n most plensiilg figure iu the line up Will Cornell Be Rowing Champion Will roruull the conqueror ofUur rnrd Uld Syracuse on the water bo toaster of Yale The two mile race on Lake Cnigie May will decide Princeton will bo a third starter 10 desm if J summer kinUrn Hininiit tomihir one pint of milk a pmuid lit raw or nrown sugar and twooiHww t pepiT Ilace saucers containing 1bt mixture iiniund the house Jt means almost Instant death to the tiles and l thestulT U harm less Spiced Halibut Boll two or three qmunUc Jit hnllbnt In salt and water about hall an hour JraJn then put Into a stone rrook fIb halt a teaspoonful naoh nt rlnnii won cloves nut in op and nllspire Tov with vlpegnr a ud close crock When j it is a nice reiisti for upper TEC usual wcamng nrcmcrast con slits of fruit raw oysters fish or lob stem In some fancy form nn entree equabvor broiled chicken saiaU Jccs takes TxiTjbonRflnd roPe Some Svlnct Is expected as the health of the mar Tied pair must be dnmk so this Is either champagne or sherry A buffet spread nmy be of n very unpretentious st Varied sandwiches cake coudy and punch arc the things offered ROUGH STRAW HATS ii i values On sale ff iat ENGLISH WALKING HATS i 1 I BUT makes nainsook drawers 1OTISl 1 ankle or kne1 eng drawers RIBBED B A i B RIGGAN spring weight shirts high neck and long sleeves drawers with interwoven double seat and crotch anele length sizes up to 44 ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS i pepperel jean elastic seams iIsideS of legs and back kles splendid materials worth 100 sizes up to 44 bothII FOR THE CHILDREN The Sleepy Donkey A man pear Meadvllle 1a has an InnoctUl looking sloypy little donkey which be keeps In u yard buck of hla house Fyr s6uienun Jvury dog that passed made itII ioiui lo Vtop and bark at the lpugenred iialiualv Final ly the man 6n iiir inoroUeU stud one day whtsuttwb bl Ojigs growled and tried their tit to jump the fcwe the man quietly opened the gate and let them In U the fiail been Siberian bloodhounds the barking brutes could not have niched wIth snore ferocity upon till seemingly Htupld little aol mal with long snaggy hair and ears 1nuici arutind him oil both sides and wtilrhlug tlielt chwncp to grab- byhim thevtliruai both together the dogs like a brnC of ravenous wolves encircled the dtJy Squinting lazily out of hIs off evf lilt donkey appear ttI most t obllv liiis so Isis danger rite sIsgs grew tlunei As Doth wcro alxiut to catch throlit tn their Uvth the donlteytvts the speed of n lightning flash IOWKH his bead antI dashed toward the inarusi dug as It to butt him Uotiiul and round the don key whirled us it a pivot Then his heels tiew tout and the nijtt In 8f1tU1nltll2 De snapped anti growled more tu flously at the donkey than before In two minutes more however the see ond savage nssul1111t was cavorting over tbe turf In somersaults and the tionkey badclosed hlseycs ugulu and retired on hIs laurels Seals Marvelous Instinct TUo Infftlnct of the seal Is marvel ous writes Sir KQward Morris In the Wide yorld MtiRtiziu lIt will l leaye Its young on the lee In tbe morning and going down through a bole ro main away nil day swimming In search of food Ueturningln the evening It will locate Its olrsprlng In the same patili among hundreds ot thousands of other baby fcoals notwithstanding that the lee tasty have wheeled or drifted fifty or sixty miles during the dnyTfrtim wind and iWu and not whh standing that the putih may extend thirty or fprty mItes fromMne end to the oilier Vheiher this ln UhctJsf the class that enables the bird without my mark or uhiUt In n forest with Ttlliloils Jttft iiilfci to Jiwl Its any WiiL with eitst BnofGiir ou tOltR iCt do nil UnovT hilt If is ape of hose wiin f4II in ntitnrp unfore which inmun uni rh dftc w brOugitto full stop rt c 1 rBt I i 1S IIr ppfifprfIlULCijL Your Property il Spring is now here with its lightning and thunder Protec I your ILightuillg house and property by tsing i I I We absolutely guaranteelbatyQur Iproperty is immune Worn lightning I when properly rodded by us Jf Call and let us demonstrate it I I to you SMltzSCteefI t fI I T KNOB CRBBK STOCK FARM VI S Please Read and ThmK it Over r i RED LIGHT NO2272 inVolIASHBSSired by Lightfoot 6rummeU1324he by Beau Brummell 800 Dam Daisy Glen 7621 A S H B Aybylk C C nns Glen Brook DES RIPTIONRed Sorrell1 sfripe in face two shor stockings 15 34 hands weightllOO Very smopthe head and neck likageldl in8 Not ablemisnnorweakspot about him S venyear8 pIth Has beep shown in harness rings roadster rings five gaited saddlel rings combihed rings double team ririgs and Was shown when a three year old for beststallion and three ofhis colts get of that year and he only three colts and hewqn that In 1910 he made his ffist show at Hardincounty fair hn lcsst He won ijrst evdry shovhe made the remainder of the Show geasoni including the Pembroke Horse Show Ky State Fair and Tenn State Fair He made his last show at the Horge Show at Clarksville Tenn and won first in the 200 harness stake for talli6ns ipares and geldings with sixteen t horSes in the ring He is breeding verystrong after himself About threefourths of his cola are sorrels arid good gaitedhave a two yearold sorrel stud by him thatlthinJs without a doubt is the beat J prospect in Kentucky much better than his sire at the e IiHere you have a chance to breed ton horse that Jia sainejag bred right breeds right gaited right and is right andth right He has proven himself to be a winning show horse in thejbest company we have in Kentucky and Tennessee He will makej the season pf 1911 at Knob CreeV Stock Fprm LaRue county at 25 To Instate a Living Colt t jIMare kept n pasture at 42 per thit fed grain will be charged for cost value I attend to this business myself sppropibr7 1 care will be taken but Iwill not be responsiblesljoulS any damage occurS SW j jrs j T O PSOlirHodfenrfiHe R F D No 3 AthtonvileKy- v i ii Ii INob1eDenrnrk t 1j Sired by the Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the Kitucky 1 p rmbylArtL j Noble Denmark is a great bred saddle horse haying the bldod ofj S the best saddle sires He is a chestnut 15 hand inches ghIhorse of good action both at rack and trotand strictly sound Lasfi year with little local traihing he proved lhimself a successful show horse in good company Ass breeder hlsfirst seeson jpf colta first and second ti sat our last fairYHeandhia colts won th herd ring and he Von for finest stallion mare or gelding ateo other prem iums in his class Mr Shropshire who trinedEdna Mae Red McDonaldand other noted show horses hll had Noble Denmark in JIiiblndDenmnlRmiles of Lexington Josh B owlessayi he ik the best type pr 8ir three gaited Stallion he knows of Matt Cohen tiald be resemble and was gaited very touch like the champion saddle horse Star McDonald I ask owners of good mares to study hia breeding gaits his iq div duality and oundnes and conipare4xp to any 9ther horse eforp breeding elsewhere Your motto shouknje always breed to the best and you know who keop the bestlor Ihave owned t only Stallions in Washington S ppunty tifat have sireb a premium colt for the last ten years Your paSt patron ge has been apPreciated and s1cor a con tmuaiice of same as T believe J am offering a Stallion which has no superior in this oradjoinlngcounties Noble Denmark wUJ stand At 20 TolInsure A Laving Colt i CiMonte Wood ft I will also stand the well known breeder Monte Wood known as the hbrse W S Gibte hadyn ihe sVad for several y All who tried him liken hun He was sired by pashwoodjha Monte Cristob9 and let dam by Mdrk Dimond 49 Mont aIsoIIfirst darn by Edwin Forrest He is a darkbay IS hands 3 itt horse with plfcnty of bone and substance and now has a good mares and gbldings n Washington county Season fee lO a I will stand iuy two mule Jacks at la to insure a living celt if Mares bredto this stock traded oft or bred to other stock season money is due Msrcspasturd at 200 per mQnth i B BiiXAHMAN Spnn peWky ft K Ljt- TIY IJSINfSS MN fa y cognizfes the importance of conducting all busines details by JJLJ lelephone both local and long distance It is economy In saving Wf of time and mbney Unexcelled telephone service pair be had grapHCprfIVUnitedtatesates reasonaDeBervice tie best i a fr CJ I ERLANbT PHO ETELE RApH CQtfTA1n Incorporated s JIIVrlV JwOLIT I J e4itmmel1hh Tbeht a fec1 oil mads for pisJSYlTtb Uouf Jt H SOLITE OIL re he4 from PexmijlTBi end Oltb 5ITOade iran wbU Zlameasver Aiessssodor Costs ao more hss laferlor task 9tminIsYkt4 =e JIIW qtSill Ctl b7J tr J OII Dfi G T BUltfO 1 p U IDENTDP1ST iTEETH EXTRACTED L WITHOUT PAIN a wflOtI Hsgw Block ap sLain f iPRINGF1EL DKY- AjF Dtntal Work Strcflyt Firstcliss 1i DR J G MUDfi 14 kyickn aud inrgeonvl 4 Office hdurs8to 9 am r jt2 pth bJ Officros over IluJ ii Jaj iit itcr RJ J IL Lamptonfd n rOffkeIOeraHesei 0 c OftltePhone B t Rc ldence No 38 Jf C TT i v wo FGfiIGSBY ATTORNEYATLAW OMco over Peoples Bnk BPBINOFIELD KY l DrMWHYATT- J f- Qffice over Red Cross Drufe Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 lm to 12 m 4 to 5pm JOHN Y AYfSa FUNERAL mEnORCI T1 lLICEiSEOD EMBALMEff TELEPHONE D19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KT i YfuRiw F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Harden Barrerff Pental work at reasonable prices U work guaranteed 7 SPNflELD KX t 1Rilioad SchedUleefollowing the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstowlt C and Springfield branch railroad r Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 pm Bardstown Junction i 522p Zn Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 65o p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at I 600J Dgardstown 645 a m Bardstown Junction 730 a m ariyes at Louisville 820 a in No 48 Leaves Louisville aii 120 am Bardstown Junctiot S J 855 a m Bardstown 1005tt l arrives at Springfield 1140 p ma No 44 Leaves Springfield aI lOOp m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstowa Jtinction 410 p m arrives at Louisville 545 p i- nthit I r and Shadee Trees i I Strawberry Plants ttAsparagus BlacUqerriPS Raspt t l bejryiesi Roses Bljubavi etc t rite for free catalogue Wf aye no aenis1 fj ap HiileofiiajeriS SonI V Lexi gtOD Ky Big MacK t V Will make the seasou otn 7 tPce3 oiiles f om Fred rick town Ky at+ 8 To Insurea Living Cot V I B5g Mack IR by the lae JA Symson8 Blacu Spansh Jac Rapieiivn hJ ti heby Gcv Wod c vVLVen retained Ott all colvs tr vSicorc paymeni of service Ie w i J W1 WILLETT Midnight in the Ozarks r Cnd yet sleepless Hiram cranton oi jCfajr City HI coughed and coughedI He Vaa in iHe mountains on the advl c gijgge doctors who sain he bad 1fViInPIou but lODnd no help tpthl climate and started home Hearing Srin kings New Discovery he bo gan to use iIt I believe it saved Tny life 7thcwrles for it made a new marl t of ms that I can now doj good wpnlc again For ll1lung dis r ease c6ugiislcords1lagrippa asthma rupi whopping cough hay fever Iliaiiorrbages hoarseness or quinsy itsrth be4 known remedyi w1 4 Price 5O3 and 1 t r lWottlel 4Vt Jrcc ttiiirantfcM Baydok JRobt 6 t1 roW I i TOWN f lV 7fl jiarirstx uiiI1Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest l AIIAboutYourseir Friends and Acquaintances j MH 250 will be the przeren tonight to the smoothest skater torIsaJe1I Wtqen Shader hayer ihej ery latest styles a t all times FOR RENT Good cow pasture S P IerrlDgerl The smoothest skater at thel l ink tonight will be given 250 A nice assortment of picture moulding Barber Pettus Qee our line of mid summer styles Wathen Sha erI HJJSee our beautiful braided oiles1 special cut in prices a Mrs Williams FOR BALE Qoe Beraiss to baccpsetter S CMcGill Guaranteed ratproof chicken- scoops at Barber Pettus qo to thp Kiukttonight and win the 250 given for the smoothest skater t It will pay you to see our line of- iillncrybefore you buy t Wathen Shadertt FOR SALEA firstclass milch owl also a No 1 walking cultivator for sale rightaB W Neikirk A few nobby suits tailor f made at cost see them andJ get a bargain Mrs Williams Circuit Court commences Mon dag The docket is light this term1 and it is not expected that this will be a yery busy term QfI Court The price of flour may rise andii fall but we guarantee the quality of White Rose and Ben Johnson ton yer fall or fail Our motto quality first quantity secondj Mrs T A Tatum brought to this office this week a freak tur key egg It is two well formed ggs connected one the other one being a small egg and the other a large one You know what today IS butI notwhat the morrow bring forth it may be ash heap if you have little or no fire insurance what will that ash heap be worth to you Insure today with D R LitseyLDr M W Hyatt has moved irtto the flat over the Springfield tae Bank He will also have his office in the bank building nd persons desiring to see him will find him there hereafter The ladies of the Catholic church at Fenwick twill servetatv ce cream supper on the church premises next Saturday from 7 to 11 pm Everybody conlially invited to attend All persons indebted to the Red Cross Drug Store or Leo aaydon must settle by June 1st as the bdqks will be turned over to some one else for collection at that time Leo Haydon 0Quitea number rom here at tended the unveiling of a iriontf ment to Mr H G ShaVrler in Cox Creek cemetery by theII Woodmen of the World Mr juhn A Polin was the orator ofr the occasion and delivered very eloquent and scholarly address appropriate to the occasion The examination of students ipplyiug for public school diplo mas wasJield Friday and Satur Jay There were eleven white applicants all of ihe Mackvillf school of wlich Prof J B Moore is Principal There wri ilso one cblored applicant from Springfield In our last issue we made a mistake in the advertisement ofI Jr R Litsey fire insurance made a typographical error as follows at an extra cost when should have been u at no extra cost your attention is called t corrected Advertisement in this issue The Washington Copntv Schopf Bpurd mot here yesterday and transacted the usual business of the board A tax wa levied on the colored district iiear Litsey to pay oil an out standing note against the ol board of trustees The board has bead considering the matter iTOPICS OOMMOO Jof extending the school term from six to seveh mouths Special low prices on all ready trimmed 1hatsGood Play byIThe entertainment given Miss Margie Graham s DramatI- C Art Class at the Ope a House last Friday night was a very successful entertaipment boh from a financial and entertain w ComedyItlThe by the audience All the num 11l1first11l1 first rant as a teacher of Dra matte Art- Murderers Convicted The trial of Jim Buckner OfrOfficertime ago was held at Lebanon Saturday and a verdict guilty of first degree murder was returned by the jury and the penalty fixed atdeath The trial of Jessie Smith was held Monday and a verdict of volun tary manslaughter was returned this verdict means an indetermii nate sentence of from twoto twenty years It seems that there was not much evidence the nero Smith and the fact that he did not get the death penalty is not a surprise many Will Be Tried Here IA motion for a change of venue was made by attorneys for the defendant in the Common wealth vs caseottheI and Clarence in Marion Circuit Court on acI count of the feeling against them in Marion county They are charged with detaining a women against her will At the time the alleged crime was commit ted there was a very strong feel ing against the defendants and they were taken to Louisville for safe keeping ThQ Judge granted the change of venue and the trial was set for May the 29ih at Springfield They were brought here Tuesday and lodg ed in jail at this place While officers herewere not aware of anything that might cause an effort to take them from ourjail it was thought prudent to take the safe course and they were taken to Louisville yesterday morning We are informed that it was the wish of the defendants that they be brought here instead of being sent back toI Louisville we have not learned as yet whether they made any kick about leaving our jail after sleeping in it all night but we should judge that they did not Rev Pinston Parclotjije- dGoveror 1WlJqiiriida fun and free pardon toRev A 0 Pinksnn convicted Uri the Mariop C1rcmit Court ot bigamy rand sentenced to three1 years in the penitentiary The case is a veryjpeculiar ono and there was no1 question theIswas liviujj He and his first wife had separated nmlI moved far apart Rev Pinlijtorf em ployed counsel to secure a diV yorce but before the petion was filed h e was in for toed That hisjirst wife was dead and the petition was not filed Aftert- imeS l he was married a second time Later he iearne that his first wife was liyine and he separated from his second wife until he secured a divorce and then he and his second wife were married again While a large number of persons were aiding Rev Pinkston secure partton there were others who the Gov ernor says he bejieves were hon est and earnest as the are peo pie of character acd respecta bility who petitioned njgainst the pardon and sent remPD trances to the Governor askin that he refuse pardon Be sys that he also believes that those who ask ed clemency for urn Yare equally honest in Jtheir belief that it was their duty He says further that he does rot believe that he is intontiona ij guilty and for tbat reason granted the pardon KeelingTucker Quite a pretty wddding was thai of which united he lives dMr C N Tucker and Miss Ada Lee Keeling at the b nne of the brides parents on yesterday afternoon at one oc pck Rev R L Purdom was tl eofficiating minister Immedia ely follow ing the ceremony thisy left for a trip to Or stood Kyr the home of the grooms paren s The bride isa dau jhter df Mr and Mrs W N Kee ing of this city and is a beauti ul and attractive young lady with bust of friends while the groomis numbeed among the most promising young nen of the town He came here a short time ago and accepted a position with the Cumberland Telephone Co and during the Ime he has been here has by IIjis courteous treatment of al with whom he dealt succeeded in aking many friendsTneir ishlhemi Notic7I I All persons in ebted to the firm of G D Robertson Co are requested to Cill andsettle at once as we are ut of business now and our bo ks must be closed All accou nts not paid June 1st will be riaced in the hands of an attort ey for cpllec tiou G D ROBEI TSON Co CryFOR A ST 6 RIAI Commencement Exercises t I Springfield Graded School AT OPERA HOUSE r Tuesday Evening ay23r 911 r r Drill Parasol Girls and Rainy Daises f 8 boys and 8 girls rom 1st grade Vocal TrioA Meadow Song Co van SLel Roberts Naomi Rogers FloraRoyalty RecitationThe Wish Dearer than the Crown Harry Goodloe Piano Trio The Hunters SongF Loynes Mary Connor Katie Homan j nnie Ragsdale RecitationJefferson and Adams v Orrie McClurt A DrIllThe Dance of the Naiads Young Ladies Vocal Solo Adoration Thelma Chas Haydon CompositionJefferson and Democracy Williams Prize Composition Fred 0 Mayes Piano SoloKamaninaiOstrainOp lORubenstein Effie Keeling Oration Commerce Ric ketts Boulware Vocal Quartette Dear Heart Sleep On A R Sh Itz Thomas Haydon Connor yilliams La Tence OBryan OrationModern Woman Lei Roberts Piana Sol Titiana Weqy Myr llo Montgomery Vocal Sato A Gypsys Love Song Jpnnor Williams ValedictoryThos Jefferson Wallace Rogers 1Pialo Duet Roses de Ralicnc Kawalskc May Mayc Grace Jeffries Presentation of Diplomas 8I Vocal Trio Scenes From Macbeth 11IDRAMATIS PERSONAE Malcolm Son of Duncan11i IYanBanquof Macduff Chs J Haydon Jr Lennox Fred 0 MayesThanes of Scotland rVIIJtnTlSAngusFleance Son to Banquo v Ivor Roberts 0APQ1tcr 1 Chas Cregor A Messcngeroo Albert Crawford A Servant 0 4 Lady Macbeth Naomi Rogers Lst Wl 9 + Mary EMayes 2nd Witch J j Nelle Thompson 3rd Witch r 0 Mary Noe ACT I Scence IllA Hdath Thunder Enter Chree Witches 8ACT IScene VA room in Macbeths Castle nter Lady Mac beth reading a letter X Scene VII the game Macs Gastle enter Macbeth IIACT II Scene I Inverness Court of Macbeth js Castle Enter DfJ1qU01and Fleance bearina torch before hinIf l a j iIT r= r I Good Old Springtime Is Here A l N D r 1ILEAHMMCAMPaI I Jt 11I thisseaII I HaVe most any thing you wart for son Below we mention a few specials aside 1 I from our complete FURNITURE STOCK tJ1 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 to1O00 I I Should you in House you needed a or to us and buy one with our Yours for business 1 ttt 1ff I 11 j l r Miss Lou Booker Mrs J C Shader Mrs T J Conway and Miss May Conway were in Loi isville yesterday Hen John W Lewis is attend ing the meeting of the State Board of Equalization at Frank fort this week Mr and Mrs John IUlayj brooke returned from their bridal trip Saturday Mr James Lewis of Denver Colorado was the guest of his brother Hon John W Lewis Monday Miss Margie Willett is ill with tonsilitis Mr J M Smith Jhas returned from Danville much improved in health and will resume his work in the Springfield State Bank Mss Marie Maloney of Louis ville is tbe guest of Miss Marie Barber Mrs Wm Burch is the guest of her parents here Mr art Mrs Greg Edelen spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Miss Ellen Wathen is in Louisville today Miss Margie Graham and tier Dramatic Art Class were in BBardstown yesterday where they presented the Drama The Elopement of Ellen Rev R E 0 Lawson and Messrs H 11 Grundy LA Burns W C McCbord F B Noe A R Shultz and T S M yes attended the Knights Templar Conclave at Lexington this week Hon F Grigsby and wife wtte atMayesvileKy Sunday where Mr Grgsby attended a meeting of the Knights of tlu MaccliabeEs and was elected Mas tel of Guards in that Fraternity Kev T J Wade is attending the Methodist Conference at Vine Grove Kyrr IshamYhung Miss Ella Isham anc Mr JaUe Young two prommant pople of the Eastern part of the county drove to Springfield Thursday and were quietly married by Rev W H Williams YED Frcm my place 7STRA miles Southeast of Lebanon on May 18 a 2 year old bay filly aibO one ted sorrel 2 year old mare mule Any information eading to their recovery wilt be rewarded by W H Brad haw Lebaribti Ky rlr 1 CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children Tlii Kind YotHiii Always fyB- Iguature sears the 1of Ct SS r PREPARED FOR DEFEAT Precaution General Taylor Took Be fore Meeting Santa Anna Ssmtii Anna was the grwiiusj mill tary lender the Mfskans have ever known Suu Anna with yr 000 vet eraus went Into the linttle of Buena Vista with the avowed purpose of terminating the entire army of the United States and there was no doubt in the mInUet Siritji Anna that this great teat could he accomplished with comparative ease General Tayior with bis 0000 men prepared for the unequal contest and not only defended himself successfully but won a substantial victory from his aggressive antagonists and drove them from the bnttleOeld of Buena Vista Some time after tire battle was fought and the Mexican war concluded General Taylor was criticised for Hav ing made no preparations for the re treat of his army in the event ol feat General Taylor promptly re piled I made every preparation necessary for the battle of Buena Vista I wrote my will and so did nearly every man in my army If we hud not won that battle we would have needed no Hups of retreat It was from our standpoint victory or annihilation The only preparation necessary for the contingency of detent at Buena Vista was that we should wrlte our wills rAN AND THE WORLD Very Small Graveyard Would Hold the Whole Human Family How little mankind signifies in Ihe scheme of nature Is shown by a rather morose calculation of ihe Italian Pro Vfessor9uccarlnl who has tlgnrrd out among other things that estimating ihe worlds Mtpulallou as lnou000000 The whole human race at present living could stand comfortably shoulder to shoulder in an area of 500 square miles Taking the number lof generations lu tbe past 0KW years as 200 the room taken up by them all on the above plan would only be half the size of Germany or for the sake of com parison less than the area of the state of Colorado To bury nil the people on earth would ueed lugraveyard little larger than tbat area If tbe dust left by each body be estimated at onetenth cubic yard which is a liberal estimate it would cover only forty square miles to a depth of q bout three feet This cer tainly seems iiislgninciiut compared with the grerft rural reefs and other Immense deposits built up by the shells of tiny Infusoria New York Sun His Security When Eben Foster risked Squire Lane tollend him 200 to Invest in the dry goods business the squire dryly In quired what Mr Foster had to offer him In the way of security Security said Kben with an air of Injured dignity Well sflnlre Ill tell you what have to offerthree solid silver teaspoons n handsome brass warming pnfn pair of decalco many vases large size and the mnte rlajfor as much as three feather beds- yIfpot four right on ihe backs o my flock o geese an five Plymouth Rocj1 hens You call em nil yours till pay the money back rin Ill take care of dont1know The American Indian The old question of the origin of the red man of America Is still an oneu one the lost word by no means havIng seen said The most probable theory is that which links the Indian with the MongoluIds nrEnst Africa whose physical characteristics nrejstrikingly xlmllnrio those fhe Anierlcati nliori Ine Bctvpcttn th Indian nUid the ldp ancse there ore math iirunbiibced r semblances nndj some exrellpot 4u thorltles are of the opinion that it wiis from that enslerprityeliI the Indian orlgimrlls1 synjne Iftflte Ihfnk liUkiklriioK rfc he liit sentnt zlyeu tllf1lfl lAiIftUIKn his irriVitr Jipre lht tbenry ofttni110SO iiIl Immeusahy 1 iltt I1- It sl l thiltlqiwF- sUini z ful J tiIPIHinPsP 1- 5tndtYew l lj yjrkmrI l i I 4jIIrto 1600 thenolt satisfactory line placed on the market l H j eItItPorch andLawn Goods the Largest f assortment yet shown Price to please Baby Carriages and GoCarU 150 to 200oV lr find Cleaning string inatrest lrcome guarantee LEACHMANE CAmPBEtL PERSONALI rIfou11ketII Good Things I I Come jrito our attractive shop suits on the appetizing calces pie buu W l Confectionery They llook good anil ar git IIgaze Will V Make YOt f I IIHungryf Chctcalatss Rind ly4i wo1ss tor j1 well made and perfectly delicious I Gice US a call I I FITZGERALD RERTLEI LiLuJLf 1 1 Oro D RTGHRTTIi New I9rrn j iipumpsk 1nniQgl Plumbing I lot Watertand Steam Heating SPECIALTY 55Give us a trial All work guaranteed Proiusc 3 Seryice SPRINGFIELD YfI tf r l ri I I4Ij t When dp you want the right land X i r A ofa policy Remember iv t y policy cwiiiot bechang iF J f tI dafter the fire Xv r i jut before the fire you can at no extra ctw4s9n an insurance comptny whows r cor l a4Mlr ffc TIll gusiantee to you th fulfiUmA4i iif 11 only co t r Rt + 5ar vfactoneha lbHftcojtinuallyin I r fitIi years t ee me lett ine protect eM J if fiieandton4- oFtvici Ife1 r fIc I A OI lt I4 f F r it 1 1 i I JkA j t I r icyiii w rw BUSINESS MANI ite W A Candidate 4or Ck y mor ia a Busi MM Man t fWeart ififonned that Hon W iliiaio Adljtrtns ncandidate forh the Democritac nomination Qr1 Governor is i business man of tfnaoubted integrity borestand e upright In his business dealings Jand that hejis intellectually It j equipped to cope with anyprob Jpmthat ay prejsent itself in I thjBMKgement of either public f of priy ate affairs Ii has long f X been proven tnat the honest business man J yrho is capable of the successful management of his private affairs is also capable of the management of pub Ifc affairs The habitual office seeker and professional poli ticianisuually too much ab sprbed in promoting his own qselfish affairs to gibe the peo ie ill atloll measure Of service promised lit hiS oath of officel Kentucky needs a business man itbv the Governors chair ate rinklort for a dew vear iThere is A lot pf things to be dane lot of things to undol t Doing fcnd undoing viII keep business governor busy t tJJall the time during bis four hyears term of office The Herald unhesjtatihgly says thath Jbelieves be will if nominated aod elected give the people of the State a wise conservative and business administration and Vfce will employ himself constant ly in doing and undoing for hbe betterment of Kentucky yvAnd another tfiingMr Adlv dams can win in November jjHodgenville Herald ij Indigestionb tJtjchef in Five Minutes anai Permanent Cure or Money Back- S I K When Hajdon willett state that 4they have a remedy thtt only costs j6J cents and is guaranteed to curt fromJyr what are the poor stomach sufferers t in Springfield and vicinity going to i3T ofl about it t belchingfjf 55asyuknow fy The name1 of this most remarkable 1 stomach prescription MIONA j Most people call them MIona stomach tablets because they know that there I fjlsno remedy so good for indigestion f or stomach disorders Here is one r J opinion rhave been troubled with indi j festion for more than a year I tbnughi one box of MIONA and it cured jne NowI would not b with cfufa box in the house for 1508 It youIWakefieldLti ph I4lONAstomach tablts costs60 f S1cets a bps at HayetorP t WiUett and druggIst every twbere and 1 back iftbeytlont cure ttt Freak Ear off rp 1k Mr E Bradshaw brought to f this offce Monday a fine speci i j byT1ttS JBloomfield known as part of the t old Brown homeplace now own i1s4edsby Mr Milton Brown and al so by the way is the farm upon r which ithe late Alex Briggs was r reared This particular Sear of corn is remarkable for the I reason it has an uneven number of rows upon this cob This as- to t ever country brtd youth cant proSt dnction Indeed 60 rarely ifr- lliioimof with that the slav t wners of antebellum times wpuldsfrequently guarantee his f freedom to any slave finding iif tbey earsyield of corn an ear r with ann evn number of rows i1 1I w Notice All persons Indentedt to the 4 Ked Cross Drug Store or to Leo Haydon are notified to come for ward and settle at once ned save cqst of collection L Leo Ha don i SNAPSHOTS AT r CELEBRITIES Oharles H Hyde Former Chamberlain of New YorkIt I IPhotolain of New York city who was recently indicted the charge of brib ry and with accepting a gratuity as a public officer bad the handling of approximately 5001000000 during his term Mr Hyde has been In the pub lic eye since Jast December when he evaded service to testify before a legis lative Investigating committee He was tiDally located on a houseboat In Florida but did not return to New York untir the life of the committee had expired by limitation He resign ed his office as soon ns the Indictments were returned pgulnst him Mr Hyde is a native of Nova Scotia about i rtytwo years of age and is a nephew of Mayor Gaynor by the lot ters Orst marriage During the mayoralty contest In New York be managed Gaynors canvass and on the otters election was named chamber lain of the citys finances Previously hechad been associated with the mayor Jnjtbe law business ills part In the ccampaign was mainly to attend to the financial end of the fight The Job of Ity chamberlain pays 12000 per year ut Its possibilities Ina financial way are tremendous Hyde did not attract much attention In his office until the affairs of the Carnegie Trust company came under Investigation Then It was alleged that he was permitted to borrow large sums from that Institu ion In return for making the trust company a depository tor city funds He claims that the charges are false and that he isthe victim of a con piracy Clarence Darrow Labor Lawyer Clarence Darrow of counsel for the defense of Iobn and James B Me Namarn members of the Ironwork dra union who were arrested In connection with the Los Angeles Times and other dynamiting outrages has hud wide experience In growing out of lafacJr troubles It was Darrow who defended Eugene Debs when be was imprisoned bemuse of his activity tu the greut railway strike of 1805 Three years later Uarrow defended Thomas L Kldd arid two other strlk ing woodworkers who were charged with having conspired through their union to Injure the business ot uI orL8Recn DAmlOW great AVislonsin l11u1r company Illen fie was atturnby torttit miners union i In the famous Jiejtrlnff titfore the ant hlrictte euni strike ruiniiijsstuii In Pennsylvania In Iwci and inade u re markable closing sMivh IiritIigove r elgh hours Lastly tie defended Huy wood Moyer and ivtilboiii ot the Western Fnlenitloii cit M1ntre who were tried at Uolsi 1y Ida for inur Jer siiufliiB tlulr ijnlttai Attorney Otfrruw is native of Ohio Iud isf about fifty four years old tire punt thirty years or so he lias practiced law In Chicago During the lifetime yf tie tale John 1 Altfreld he was associated in business with the former governor of Illinois nud Is snM to have made a fortune In the inw luislnesa He has always Deen warm supporter of organized ialx r iltidii frieud of tbe pour find it u said that be gives a nftb otuis tucom to charity After the Vereln Meeting Jerilor Hi w runny glasse3 did you have last night Sunlor Onfy one IColumbln7 I f W mans Power piS Over ManWoeums mbftt glorious endowment is the power to awakes and hold the pure and honest love of a worthy jaao When she loses it and stilt loves oc- t Wila the wid tprid cwkaow the heart agony cy tfurM Tie winaa who suffer from weak SMH idersAtfeaKnt of her special womanly or a Oft 1s the power to sway the heart of HjsfjjisiUal health svfers and she losesS1f1 1IItI It attracUVeBflS her amiability t oMI aiM i Mttje IS woman Dr HV Pierce of Buffalo NYwitlrthe nidtu of hM s4 ff ol able physicians prescribed for and cured staiy iiiC Hei his deylsed a wceesaful remedy for woaians SSS J5 ksowi as Dr Fierces Favorite Prsscniprio It positiv r aM wakass d disorders pccuiiaeieomeni kpiiniuea rcgu 415d1riils Mdkhi 4ea3sr sk No II Ie r will i ios Waept aibetk iii asktIc IT MAKES WEA jWOBttlTST m r SICK woirwiraa I d i C41L id Inousands1 toe Kidney IrwMe ail Reyer SisjrSCtt it How To Mad Out Fill abottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour h- oursS I abnickdustsedjmeat stringy or milky- appearanceotc indicates an un healthy cohdi tibn of the kid neys too ftc qnent desire to intheyou the kidneys and bladdV are out of order and need attention DoThereknowledge so KilmersSwampfulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumaUsra pain in the back kidneys theuninarypassageand in deffectsor beer and overcomes that unpleasant nW cessity of being compelled to go oftei the manytimesandinimediatesoon realized It stands the highest be 1healthcertiesmedicine you should lEsEMfczr have the best Sold by ij f2if druggfifttVon bottle sent free KitmerCoBing1hamtonpaper andI SwampRootN Y on every bottle BinghamtonJ Good form Tho Luncheon Table Crystal combined with silver makesItbeautiful and artistic decorations tot the luncheon and dinner table riCompotesand salted nuts olives etc are larger than those formerly In use and are al most flatIryAtable consists of rbrauchiag eboalarge basket in the copter for flowers filledwithbaskets are detachable and can be lift ed out und passed aroundtCarved rock crystal Is used In place riof the old fashioned cut glass unless Itone has a large supply of cut glass and does not wish to lay In a supply ol glass even If the style Is newertIn China the most popular style at the moment has a very narrow line of coor with a dull gold baud otbeedge Gold and white however Is always In good taste Naming the Day It Is the brides privilege to name beennF1friends nnd valued acquaintances of both families so that nobody will be slighted by not getting an invitation It fs3 good Idea to use the letters of the alphabet for getting down these names searching the memory as each letter presents jtsclf for the name that begins with It The Invitations should be Issued at least a mouth b tore the wedding The arrangement of the church and the choice of the music that Is to be played are entirely matt telS for the bride to decide The bridegroom confers with the clergy mUll after the parents or guardians of tire girl have sfeou him going to his house for last directions theday before the ceremony Duties of a Godfather The duties of n godfather consist In standing up with the child though not actually holding him at the time of the christening and In some hurches the godfather promises to see after the religious education of the child It would be well for any one who lias been asked to serve In this capacity to familiarize himself with the ritual of the cHurch In which the child Is to be christened In order to bo able to pinke the proper responses at the right time The usual present Is a silver cup or porringer a cup mill plate for bread and milk or a set of silver knife fork and spoon Is sometimes given Any af those would be preferable to money godparent makes a present of sliver of some sort If hCor she can afford todoso Presentations Always introduce n gentleman to a lady an unmarried woman to a mar tied one a young girl to an flier worn nil n person of less social importance to a person of greater Wbun any one is introduced to you vou may shake tin mis of not Just as mndpinbeen primed to you as some one whom your hostess specially likes you had better shake hands If you do not do this you should bow smile and make some remark If you afterward meet In the street Qr nt another house n lper who has ben Intrrduccd to you on may lion or nut just ns you please It you do not bow he will take js a t1JI ihit you do riot care to tmt hi Ill yonr ae iiiintnnce with him When Moving When yoa are moving to another nolghborJiood you should scull around to all your friends curds bearing the letters P P Cnnll your new ad dress The letters are tie Beginning f three French words signifying To juke leave These curds are oftC1I sent by post lint It Is perhaps stilt more polite to leave thcui by band Wizen you are settled In your new house you will prolmbly give something In the nature ofa bouse warm- Ing but evQii If you do not do this each P P C curd carries to the friend who receives It an Invitation to caU uppn you when she happens to be in your neighborhood Dating a Loiter In writing h letter the date and ad dress are jusually put at tire begln ning Inn note they are usually1 at the end It is now the fashion to wrlte out the numbers of tbedat it would look affoctcd howwcr to write ptt ttthat of thq ycarind many people adttthere ttp tI1tedr fashion of using nqTheniisJj vWfib rJgurd to writing etfer nq i itt rml lafl i uw iiIljj then rrossIT rta ibpjroocd ni ii tJr- ca Is K rpv o tnI wlil the wrlt J 0 S S 0 I S 9 it pe 0 I s e i A Make l lieve i t Vacafife I Happy Result 6C a Strantfe Undertaking 0 0 By Annette j Miller Copyright by American Press Asso elation I e o csoosoocssisses hurIdenly she stopped stooped and app r sawIFrom the security bf her kitchen oor she watched her I bs and plowin- gI the field adjbnlng1 the yard He plowed around a It nd and each round took him n lift e farther from thet house An occasloi ntGee ilicrel or Whoa baw there floated up to ttbe writchlng woman AS Mr Brown turn d h tx rner and Howntou tire fUTpw parallel to thet hack yard fence VJrs Brown set her lips tightly pulled her sunbonnet well over her face trW hurried toward the fence This time She reached her goal Jared IW1 a And Mr Brown resting turnedtnto stay two weeks Jared continued tc gaze upon his wife In silence ISeemc as if Id gi e most anything Ive got If I could g two anil stay two weeks she went on bravely and oh Jared I hay nt seen Ellen or William for ten year my own sister and brother and Im getting old and Jared TEllens daugfl iter Nellie has named a baby for nip Jared do you suppose Whod look after the chickens and tend the milk and lungs while you were gone asked Ji red calmly Get p there It was Jareds met jqd of saying no ilrs Brown looked iftcr the plodding horses through blinding tears She ntchetl him until was ready to urn upon the farther parallel furrow hen she hurried hick to the bouse at be should see4hc standing there I did so want tP go she moaned I havent been any lace to stay over night for ten years I do so wish I lould go She cried a little when she reached the house but tear had never come jaslly to hex so she soon stoppedf and took her knitting oon the little side dear me she sighed after while I cant corn to keep my mind oft my vacrtt on Oh dear me t most wish we did ft have any chick ins and eowsIShe folded her rilttlng and awk tvardly carrying Her chafr went porchj Now mpybe I can think hrlstlau thoughts She dropped her knitting presently ind sat with foldcl hands while her 1 La TilE IJETrEK TIm ulnd went back to her girlhood days A light gradu came tutu the sndI ryes arid a faint rolor to her cIH Ive got a beautiful luVa ekklI Bded to an iuqujs tire UldtlIIve got a lie liitiful Idea she peated anti Ir going to do It neednt say n word to Jared nbciiit It litd hell never Know She carried h chair back to the sidy porch put lien knitting away and went briskly alxjut her evening chore rhe next dliy shi wrote to her sItter Do you reme her how we used to make believe wucn we were children Well I inn goinc o play I am visiting you It Is thejhbst I ron dp for cant be spared from the farm If you could Just write to me In a week or so I can pretend am there and can think of your letter It seems to melt will be pretty nice to pretend since I cant gi so please write El len to your loving sister Mary andI tell William ton-i gave tlvo letter tolhl passerby Lobe palled anti went firstI fully about bcriwork Her ness lasted a ifow days then she gan to wondejslf the man had forgotten to mall her letter Then she counted up the days tnat had passed since she wrote and signed The next few days were hard First she wondered anew if the letter hld1 Seen mailed then she wondered what Ellen would think of It She was sure dU1lyShe lost her cheerfulness and so despondent that Jared becameI Are you sick be usEedl No she said Fully Dont eem to be acting very peart he remarked as be wentout- Meanyhllc tile letter had sped on Its way and brought first wrath then gen uine sympathy nnd appreciation to Slater Ellen Poor Mary she sighed She has not bad nn easy life but it Is hard to get away from a form Now let ma see She evolved a plan called n faiilly council and eventually wrote a letter wipinghermy plan5 Sill wits always i great IAfterI Browu tried to make herself keep away from tho mall box at tbe front gate but in vain She watched dully for jhe carriers coming arid Ren be had gone past she plodded out to the gate Her heart stood still when she sqw J n ivL5iti tu 111 It Lp t ixthe 1pter It seemed Jo her that hot heart would have broken if It had Been anything else She could irdiySi walk back to the house and stepjtbe letter rend then a letter would come telling her whom she should visit next and 150 on Thus there would be some thing for her to look forward to There were a great many do you re members following the business part of the letter and Mary Brown laughed softly to herself The hungry clatter of chickens a dIpigs roused her at last The rapt presslon faded from her facet and she looked anxiously at the setting sun Mercy she ejaculated Its getting late Shoo there Im coming to feed you now The next morning she arose with n feeling of elation Now I am visiting Ellen sHe thcfUght happily Ellen had pancakes for breakfast when I was there be fore Mrs Brown bad pancakes for break fast served with the best sirup and she beamed upon Jared in a way that made him feel uncomfortable At noon she had fried chicken and Jared watched her astonishment as she helped herself to one of the choic est Joints his favorite piece Are you feeling well he asked As well as common thank you she responded In her best company manner and Jared pondered in silence lIe noticed during the next fct days that things did not seem to run with their accustomed smoothness and he did not understand why it was so His wife seemed well in fact when he took pains to observe her carefully she looked uncommonly welL He decided the trouble lay with himself 1 wish youd fix me up some bit ters Mary he snll that evening I dont sefm to be feeling Just right Why certainly WI1 Jared Mrs Brown said cordially Id love to Ill do It the first thing In the morn- Ing Jared had expected instant sympathy and was prepared to give his symptoms In detail after he had bad a little gentle urging But Mrs Brown was visiting William Just then and William bad written that hIs health was fairly good Moreover she re meinbercd that William bad never liked to be fussed over Therefore she forbore to ask questions and Jared turned to his paper In disgust With the morning came a letter Her mind was fille with pleasant fan des and the bitters was forgotten Jared was Indignant He was not accustomed to being Ignored and Mrs Brown was ignoring him It was not Intentionall however The truth was that he simply did not enter Into her present existence Her necessary work she glossed over by pretending to be helping which ever relative she was visiting and when that was done she followed bold ly where her fancy led It led her to do many things that puzzled Jared She walked around imaginary children wbenshe worked and crooned to Imaginary babies while she rockedI To be sure Jared could not know why she suddenly swerved from a straight course In going from one room to an other or why she held her arms such a peculiar manner when inI rocked It came to him suddenly one day that her arms held in suca manner might easily enfold a child HeI walked out to the barn and sat on an empty keg Poor Mary he groaned poor Mary Her mind Is going Its beenlet me see its been tnlrtyfive years since her baby djed anjJ he was only four months old not old enough for her to be much attached to him though she did take on considerable at the time IIremember Poor Mary What am going to dtI II ITben on baking days she made saucer wltbIalthough he longed to sweep them vlo lently from his sight Poor Mary Slie dont realize what shes doing he groaned Those that ted pies were bad enough and nowI these things She seems to think the house is full of children Poor MarylI yieldedI aftIIAs he drew nearer he saw that chair too was missing The looked lonely He stood porchrr for a moment Then he hisI wifes voice and his face cleated Shes sott company he thought and hastened around the house He stopped at the corner and drew Sack in dismay Mrs Brown sat in solitary state upon the porch There was a smile upon her lips She was talking In an animated manner and In her bands was a very diminutive gar Tbereiwascertainly a doll dress she heldiWith sudden resolution he walked heavily aroundthe house and stepped upon the porchS laryIIhlltire dolls dress Into her workbasket anti swiflly imncel her knitting Tlen stI1tr tidal to orl1t was in jir1 iml fjliloiUed vali 1i4ureQutlastl WifeSheknittinghen thehotscMy goodness isill gasped I nev er knew I could r lie ike that What inanEs son PEOPLE SEE UBT am I coming t01 But it was Jareds fault He sbouldnt have t surprised me No it was mine I should have tott him the truth But bow could 11 What would he think I must stop thats all Its a silly trick for an old woman anyway But Im not through yet And how can I leave out the rest And I have enjoyed It so She sat silently thinking for some time longer but could not make np her mind to cut short her vacation Jared bad gone to tthe tihrn Mary lied to me he thought sorrowfully on his way thither There was nothing there and nobody had been there She lied to me He harnessed the horse had hitched up with trembling bands He was desperate enough for any deed and going Into town to bring out a doctor seemed to him the rashest of acts What It hed say shed bnvc to go to the asylum he mourned as he climbed Intp the buggy But she aint to say crazy Shes just childish Maybe itll be so I van hire some one to stay with her His face was tragic as be went into the doctors office and none the less so when he came out He hesitated not at all but drQve straight to the ministers That Ho weighed heavily upon him He would bodjMrsthe three men drove up to the house but they heard tier singIng Tbeniln Ister bent forward and held up his hand Listen he said The words came softly and clearly to the edna of the waiting metm The spirit Is wllllns the flesh Is weak And the way I cannot see And I fear If I try I may sadly fall And thus may dishonor thee The minister slglu d and the doctor cleared his throat as Jared led the way to tbe house Heres some people to see you Mary he said opening the door then beat a hasty retreat to the barn Halt an hour later the doctor and the minister found him there He raised a haggard face to them The doctor began his explanation severely but Jared did not care A great and solemn happiness settle Lupon trim ansi the doctors votce softened So you see you yourself ate ome- what to blame he finished genthyfr Yes said Jared realize all that You dont need to tell mo that AH well want to hear you say Is that Mary II Ive sajd It a great many nowllu doctor answered good tJmesI moredly Ill take Mr Davis You go hi to Mary Jared went At the door of the sit ting room be paused Mrs Brown was mechanically moving round the room putting things to rights She looked old and worn and tired Sbo did net see Jared until he spoke Mary nowd you like to go and make Ellen n little visit Mrs Brown looked up Incredulously Theres the chickens and the flk to tend to and everything sherfeald faintly cant get oft a- guess I can manage Jed said I guess I can get one of Mlttlea girls to come out and stay while you are gone You can go as soon as you want to lie watched the color tome ilowly hack to her checks rind the light to her eyes There was a feeling In his throat that had not been there since the swallowed died thirtyfive herd years before bnbyI Ill go up to the garreti and down the trunk be said gruffly jt r0avitec HerrIng Roes Examine the mcs and wash them then dry thcui Divide them In halves and mil in miry powder to j whUh have htfii united a tow grains of jmprlka Fry thn rues In hot lard or butter and serve them on hot tercd toast with a few drops of Juice sprinkled over them r butI = PaleFaced Women complexionsdark WornoutThe tonic you need is Cardui the womans tonic ingredientsare onthet andvitaliyi mineralsdangerouskindIt uiJThe Womans Tonic After my doctor had done all he saRi he could for me writes Mrs Wm Hilliard ofMountainburg Ark I took Car dui muchBeforeI femalefroublesI liealthII ourbookthatI Wrlltto Ladles Advisory Dep chattanooga Medldnc Co Chattaaoott TeutotSpteiaUnstnteOonx and + hook Home Treatment Woo sent free H i1 l Igk LlIZI C5Ii ALCOHOL 3 PER CE saN SlathbjJZII11 2 ProiuofesDis ncssatcontinsap T NARCOTIC OlJkSHlIJf1aII1t 14IFIlitnd dtI1IM1ht II 4t1iMfcPttMJ ia40 1Lrir =f 0Ape med ror a 11 I2SS ldLo S OF SlEEP acSimiIe Siprft rr N NEW YORK J ExaCt Pror WrapPer RaSTOBrA For Infants and Cbfl1i r The Kind You Always BoDaBh ffa Bears theJ 1C signature t I of f 14 s Ifl k6r UpyrForfOter ThirtyYeeitrs- CASTOR1A hie NPNy tIIWT K M I NELSON II 0 i No 2381jt Registered German Cofch yrgg iiWillI the season of 1911 at my stables at Card IIwell Kyat i xY j 12 Jo Insure a tiyintedlr iiNelso II is solid black 16 lands one inch highan 1375 pounds Be has proven to be an excellent IIweigbr also have a 16f hand Jack that will serve mates at Jennets 10 fpr a Jnnet colt and 25 for a Jack colt v WL GRAHAM Cardw ilIKy 4iwl4iJttbtta iiH tI IIFor Pflblic AU Bourbons L HrThurnians Service Farm Bet Spriijsfielil 1495 SQason Ky 1911Ii I ChestHiVl54 Handst FoaIeiI90 By Bourbon Chief 76sire of Bourbon King Montgomery I Chief etc I I1st dam Judy Oliver 6407 by Red Cloud 2107 i 2nd dam by Wilsons King 2196 I V 3d data by Sims Clark Chief 2575 1 + v4th dam by LeGrand 746 v f any one claiming to know anythlnga out saddle readily admit that there is no letter bre4 horse 4 stinoron of Kentucky H6 isa ydung horse IICertainly hnrethe future along can tell what he willhOtBeIIshow ring or in theatud We are breeding and expect to give him opportunity to make breed up td his promise Well find it out Fee reinsure a Dvin Colt I VCRed JCuig Lv272f to a Chestnut lit Hands Foakd J903 Wilsona King 2196 I dam Mrs Cropper by Red Bill darn Jdrs Cooper by Red Bill dam Wood by Blue Jeans 3 IIBy is also a registered saddle horse and a gpodbred one be IKing that sired the dan of both Bo ikX King and Chief and tracing on his dams sideto Blue Jeans 3one saddle horses ever owned in Kentucky Hells a nice individual and can rack and trot as fast as anybody horse Fee 15 to Insure aLlYing Colt I likehimlook l Jack 0 Diamonds v ng 1 yon or the jack Ice JO to JnsuieColfc fIIWith OoyenorBilly Black jack white Pintst15 hands high Hiis jn ier JkiGay Wood and out of a Black Hawk Jennet A good indivi J lporoln and has proven hiroself a great breeder He will servei mires fit a Living Gait THURMAN PETERS II L slIUNIIFJELD Jtr rI5 Ask your Live Stock Inspec or about UigrsFl ld Ao ppptwed dip ttitffTin cure and revent scab and bill tcks and jce At HUT di ri Bf brtwns rwAIL P k1 Srr 25 r I CASTORIAPs I rDe V Mr of iI iit i