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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf r E7IBLSllIDI JN1883-WI i lf l NEW ERtS YOL XVIII i iico 21 t J3 SPR3N3FIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY MAY 25J9H f c Ii I Iia ptiyik 4I L ITHE 8000 OLP DAYS Evii toke WIr MNt Aitkq t 31 JLaiMiHti TaTty Have Fled A prietteM JBaaiistrlpt of eighteen ptifea foand In an Egyptian jnonu 4 jTwnt nnt jiiifilfahjd In facsimile In tTenti e nM tlu ear ts li thought to odtXt Viu in tlio world PnxttrAl nt Thebes by Itisse- lAreunes and j rtweuted by him to tin mstlflBal library at Paris JtfsI TJ iII calted the Papyrus PrtMe frpM 11name of the donor As the manascrlpt was found in monuraestt of the eleventh dynasty it must be as tetipr to the nhepberd ktags and there 7fore older by many centuries than the time of Ioseso1i4er evea than the date usually nsslgaed to AbrabUB and so of nil existing books It woald be the most Ancteeh The wok of every page though belief ed to have bees wrItten 4000 years ago art la tensely black to this day and in a bofd j road band Bj i a curiouM irony this echo from the very childhood of the world hv saents the guodol1 tbnes that had pflRsednwny The author who wia a prince or thi royal blood gives warn iapto tin young nnd declares that the Wpnistbf nnrlent wlodom hoard be tbeI i dully foul of children and groVn ma- iellke HumlUty nod obedience be makes to lie tthe rim ndn Uon pf nIt vir o ittn ebrtnilnn NeD e Monitor PATTI STOOD PAL iThi Djva Wouldnt Cut Her ate but riIIatttuiice teuelColonel J B Hnrerty whose ambition 7 fcad teen aroused to secure the diva 1 foraironierjt lour uhder his direction Madame received him most prpclqusly addthe twot benn discussing the dci Jails J v M tt1Rtk your terms for fifty th4inlKhwtel P PattiT ilar rly asked nstt ttIgJwneert Haverly IppJlecLII FOtrSionand a ntebf nf 200009 fur flft5 nIghts onehalf to be dell qs 1frd44sliiln the contract wa PntlVjJeUbernle response JbuteortTTwo hundred thousand fiftjr nights Uavinmiidame that i JUtfpuctlmes as much ns we payotjre criedT prexjlieut of the United Statesr het yPell the divine one answered chy dont onyet t the president jo 5sJ for youoltaverly fled n 1Gru JaY v steal America b Seeing Is Deubting j See ig is bellevlns ebT said aitoculLst Well no sew was ever absnjjtuan hint You see a horses heodud t a flour barrel and be aJltrebtehorshhieadrdont you Well It IBrrr w tThf horea bead from the tips ila enrstothe end of hIs nose Is lonjjer thaiuthe Jibarrfl 1by a considerable 3dItabce Architects have to deceive the eye Jn order to make it appear that ttheir buildings are symmetrical They make tvalla lean In that they mbdiiws wider at the top They make lolumus rVnt the snmmlr or base And tbetop lines of a building In order to appear plumb to the filllyeye qf man niuBt be rnlsedinp quite a lot In the center Seeing Ii believing 1udetrC1r cinnati Enquirer r TIlE NEW =LLADERL i 1 Adduat Brings i Joy 5toDemocracy Tne sun shines bright ontoor old Kentucky home u stbe old song that touches the h rts- iiof us aU Bat today with a candidate to unite andllaud trlf umpbant again Democracy in oar old State gladdens our heart and brings a tear of joy to our eye Harrison ootflire sponds to the task and William Addams her favored son enters the lists and Kentucky It once takes him to her bosom and prO claim him her choice to leadc her ChO YJPrtYVouV of the wild erness of defeat and sorrow to Ithe promsedland of vIctorvE jIj majority on the first dfay of July n extVAddams will be a winuec the name spells it and he will be our choicemAs a tip on the race we win i sayitblt all those whb wish to de in the band wagon had bett buy an Addams ticket now to avoid the hisb gentlemen will pass among you1awl all those desiring tickets should i procure them at once 1 The race will be a very one sided one shortly in favor ort e Harrispa county candidate The Sentillel ih order to startt ome fresh interest in this county of Shelbv is willing to giye ta years subscription to the person whq guesses the nearest to Adv am8 s majority in this county his contest is open only to a resident or native of Shelby With the permission of tha voters we will Jive names and guesses from time to time Wa trust that each and every n willi imaKe a guess Do not bt t backward step up It does not It cost you anything Your vote WIn t be registered flVbook kept for the purpose so as to avoid mis is takes Guess now guess quickly iic ndguesscorrectlyand you will inShelbySentinelmy in place 7 miles Southeast of Lebanon on May 16a2yearoJdbay filly also phe4 red sbrrel 2 year old ire mule Any information leading to their recovery will be Brded by W H Bradshawa Lebanon Ky r r 1 l OhQryFOR t ASTORIA a HARMONY PLEA I Hon Joe Blackburn Calls on all Democrats to Getf TogetherS Owensboro Ky May 20 j 2hersever was a time linyour StatJshistory when you ware called upon in louder tones to do i your duty than nowji declarer the Hon Jo C Si Blackburn of Versailles speaking to the Dem ocratst of Owensboro and Da vless county tat the courthouse this afteinOonVuIf you lose this fight it means eight years continuous Republi f can domination in the State If they get the fight the chances ware that you and lwilldieof od age before we ever see the flag I of Democracy unfujlud from the State Capitol The time has now come to redeem your State State control and executive com ittets cannot do it the govern ingbdies and machines cannot do it Th rs but one power upon earth that can do it and in that power we abide with un st questioning faith The Uemo cratic voters of my State can doi c it triforheY tEir pDemqcra s speech st wasrJaal cut He declared in 0Icome to Daviess county to wage war on auyirian or set of men c He reiterated his declaration to the effqct that hes not a candi date for any office and never to ould be a candidate unless th called to assist bis party in a time of trou leTbe success of hi the Democrats of the nation was reviewed at length and a great victory was predicted in the next r s llential election The former Senator said he wished ecoujd tiinltbe snmegoodilld tidingsdfthe cbudilions inI eii of cky to the Democrats of Davie s county He asserted that yet time to close up the ranks the party bore July 1 and nominate a tticket thail will win November ScotchiVerdictB rLast week i2he Grand Jury re turned an indictment against William Mil liganjOn the charge of bigamy an account of which in the Herald at the of time of the occurrence He wasS charged with having marrie- d Miss Pearl Norvel of this coun ty at the same time having wife livingin Arkausas it tYERYONE COME I 2 i LQtS OF FUN SWt1ng RinK ThursdayNight May 55 4S i pww ONE 150 POUNDi 17 Wilibe given to the one that catchesiti on Roller Skates Inbt caugBt in 30 the hog is to have 20 minutes Lertime if more none gets hold of pig at one time both are- StJ turn loose arid try again and the party that catches the pig mUit bestanding on roller skates with both feet on floor 4 0 AdmissIon Z25c SkatesM Skating Free Usquerade Carnival flmrsdaj Julio 11- A I 3 pair of Skates the greatest number guessfrf tDC xKHDDDQRBI DCI i L5i The case was called l for trial Wedresday aft noon and in etaence of funds to employ attorney Mr JTT Wilson was appointed by thecourttiSdefend him The introduced includingi Rev W B Sands minister 6f EtttOIiV Obiowho swore thihe per fo Adrmedni zEd Milligan as t ie groom fo Jarsaid that his main radans of reJ mmemberihg was fact tha he received the magnificentj fee of 175 Milligan swore thafehe w as hot matried to anyone else at the time he married Miss Norvell The onlj means the state bad of showing that the first wife was living Was the fact that Milligan bad written to a peothaMilligan at Spadra tArkansas He claimed that he had lived witb thus woman qiii that bej jwas npt married toVralthoug1R she sometimes wehtlybis name When Milligan wostirstarresied i tfiefirst wife had agreed to corn he Lireing a letter from Mulligan she declined to come as th toateda Bancefficersvere powerless to get is proof The j hithen in ruced the jury Vend it is necessary to convict on the charge bigamy to prove that wife No lWR9 living at the time the acMused ucqui res wife No 2 ThiGthe state could not pjrove excep t by suspicion and b3 contradic 0ryifewas not sufficient aral discharged jmdict of Guilty but pPtl oroven The foreman of tIe jury had barely finished rea4ing the vetOdiet when Milligan grabbed hi s hat and made a bee line for the Oorv f Heaid no even ake time to thank Mt Wilson who defended him without fee or reward HarcodsbuTg Herald Woman Lovely Woman 1rJ4 ut Alas Without t Beautiful leHairHandscmew We askl epomen reader ffVtltlS paper togive Parisian age i thorough rial anast e gladly make then this liberal offer Get a large 5T ent bottle from Haydon Willait loday Use asdirefted fop t vo weeks JrI 4itnotsatistied with the reuls s Iayi they will give you your money oackpBesides beingja delightful and invigbTatine halt dressing Pat sian Sage wilt cure dandruff stop falling bain and itching of the scalp or mqney hackV Braillj eaks iThe Worst lieV arenot couched in words J What we prror14tidwhatV we heed areofien yBtly different fhings 4 There aret good eature onaboutanl the ectionr What has become of Mhe dear old ladies who used to tie their spe tacle s OOM ith a string One ofV ht most enj tyable asightssmall b y land ing his first fish- erInstead of worrying ot things you tea may happen on try rejoicing ovl fingerprints tbe window pane that they would giye worlds tpses once more One of tlit blessings of tnot having everything you anIfor the opportunity iit affords having someliiacr to wish for and hopefuri About thevtime 0cltyman weeds over a 79 garden a cpuple of times he loses his ambition to be the own t and cultivator of an 80acre farm Wisdom is goodwithan In onhenitanceThis remind sol tlie patriot who is always shouting for the old llagtn an appropriation TBryans Commoner FOR SAI4tOLei to I bacco setter VI 1Vi L tThe Candidate For I State Offices The full list oj aspirants for the yarious nominations on thet Democratic ticket are Fpr Governor James IJtMcCXredry of Eichmood William diuns of QyntbianaTFor governor fieltetesSmith Edward J McDermott tot Douisville Thomas Stuart of W inchesterS t For Attorney General James Gurjjie t DennyP Smith Cadiz M M Logan 1e For state auditor Ruby Laf foon Kfadisooville Henry M H tutagerFor Heclerk1s J Morgan Ohlnn Robert L ThirGreen1radkfort lLoIor4ngmire tysF6it V alwanMeter iI3Or imeuIrnshiForInstruction L O Littrell Owen itnRrksdale Bamlet Hopkinsville WaFortu Sre1JF 10SillFor indorsement for United t Mates senator OUto M JamcJ arion Thomas H Pay n ter ANrcenup iiFprFrfit district Lawrence V Finn Frahklin Second district Will it TYthsFANeardThe announced aspirants for Republicati nominations areS ANFprRear Mt Sterling WV HS Cox Maysville E T Franks cyensborTHpoOr lieutenant goverMoc jjQ 1anoouncmFur attorney general Thomas McGregor Marshall county For Auditor M 0 Ranking Henry county 0 W Parish W TILoodfrdt For clerk ottbe court of ap cpealscounty ClaytonS Ourd Muhi nburgcountyV jSor Treasurer no announce ent For secretary of state EdNlns Farley McCracken county A J Oliver Allen county A For Superintendent pf PUblic Instruction no announcement For commissioner of agHcul licountvI li amuel Birch of Beetown Wlf had a most narrow escape from losfc jf his leg as no doctor could hjeal t ic frightfuKiore that develop but itanlast Buckl ens Arnica alve cured It completely Its the AV bCZ Iluof ulcers burns boils eczemal scalds cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on eaith Try it 25c at Hay in t Si Robertson NursingAs a 1 CarI thItissaidi tbeniost inviting fields of human service and thai its financial rer t turn surpasses any other occo pition open to young nomen t It develup all the native graces off womanhopd and leads the wy ortrast clTheIstha worldwide cdll The PI ilar delphia School for Nurses iunderiakeIii by offering free scholarships to young women in all parts of the Country Ropm board iauc der iing incidental expenses special financial assistance and railroad fare home on completion or the course are provided Lebgth of course two years Alaa a Special Short Course aod a Home Study Jonrje for thpe who must quickly prepare lor selfsupport The hiiadeipfekk 1tchoollent institution conducted iwlth out hope of gain or itttrebt oi ambitious voung wosniia fteiA j ers of this lojll rCle Iiihformation by writing We SXjhooli atone f The price fJagplwiy 1iS and fall but we uaraMk HIt qjwJkf of White ROM and Du ftUMMi to tiey rIlror taU Ouiita 4to a aiWjsqiJr- t4 r CLEANUP The Board oC Htkh Says it Must DonekImrne raiScanhed Ky JiBV given notice to tile public through the county edperso popropertymemisee by June J The CountyraeiqaYdt f Health wIshes fo OpJJ te wirtf the authorities and to urg auei tiL There have beensosor tr of complaints to the traaltht fectlve drah ageandopel11ewersI waeas favoring ah efficient sewer teth fur the city There Wflljj ays ie just cause Jo i com jilaint until thisVIis done Until ihia is done the Boarc of Health carposeseacghlyi s connection W 6 wish to cite Secficfn 2057 of the Kentucky urdatelnoryI j iv aboshington toectionconARDtheCALALTHs gISHAtt JJtNUIS orttt OFSIOJtNESSTHAlla Y agaINJiHEeNHA andOFrmo Y SUCH NUISANCE OB OURCEb OP PIITH OB CAUSE OF SICKNESS ALL BE FOUND TO EXIST ON PRIVATE PROPERTY THE suATfroEEEALTpro ALL HAVE POWER ANnA ORITY TO ORDER IN WRITING f ilt y 11bWNshoMEWITHIN SUCHBEASONABLE TtifB stIREFTERSIOJUJCRANDdfCUPANTSRLL TO DO BE SHALL BE FINED NOT hlgSSVTHATBANtlONE SbCHaSUCHtIFILTHs14TERTeth THEREOF v SHALL HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED TO REMOVE THE SAME BE ASEPERAT2OFkNCEWe every owner and occupant of property in1 Springfield to clean up aridto clean up right and we wfch to call especial attention to those who have open sewers and cesS pools to have them 0drainedstop all complaints bad odars d causes cf sickness Vlfitl want ta take this mean of giv fagyouare notifiei in writing by the BdArd otyoiar altareto comply with this rtquest jVCn will have nojust cause of slplatntaimpress upon you also tim fact at we have no favorites in this matter but will treat all alike Wo ex tend an earnest invitation to all citizens of the City to help th ns carry out these measures and b to in every way possible make our City sttriitary and clean On and after June1 j 1911 a oselnspe tion will be make by e City authorities and ahe0 Health Board and all violations an of the foregoing message gilli bi 56 proceeded gainst according to law B L Litsey tW E Selecuian W V RayIMember of Boarda M W asHyatt Netice it Alli persons Indebted to thet arm of G P RobWkton C 0orQreqieeMed to call and sal tieo aV OBC at we are Ovit ofbusineas now and our books must be m ckped All accoanta aOt paid Jiae ipfrwnt beplc ipB IijJji a ol aAatborssc oolfcc iioa vi te G ROBERTSON Jk Co t FoaSALJ II ti JiM eow ufaoa Ho tlkwc y te1CaslSr1tIS J fJr It 4 l r nnhll 1 SUBS kJI1JIjs P j 4iI f si7J i ititC nttllb1nvwttmll t L r t KENTUCKY a j minutes 5W Catching PoMums By Wholeeale r j- Hg M Sbreve who byes- n on street is a great chicken ser and devotes considerable time to raising B breed that he don shiers the best variety thaf be raised For some time blRIi hers and chickens and he resol tto every means within bier s to furl out the cause of such havoc in his poultry yaiyl his tqfaiIl I U Ahis and friends to Iltetp was suggested Is a good thrlgto try and Mr Shrew persuaded tat lesfrge one stJtln the hen house and await fpr res ng iai in the trap Thlaprbgrami was rrled on for three nigh Is j and h morning a young possumDi was found In thvdeadly emi bra bucel ay nighttMr1 Shrove thInk- I J t g that Ibe possum family wa ut extinguished hesitated aji whether it was ntcessary to iniitinuecetrapp astrtandf dds were being offerr id thaf e were still remulning mon these little hipesksS ready tin le ston chicken either tedt haginettheyerningt ght The neighbors began to gat tucherwas iqtense Possum or nopOs m was the word tbat passed liomper moment Mn Shrove gave fcammandto advance Military Ordejvwjij disregarded ani a p1ttapyard1d appear to the wondering f gaze of inhabitants of HjgKr neeati1wnre1y1ste ed in the embifacf tutthefiyalitMe possums dan imrdthe fohlanded mother hether Mr Wrrevej i r d whether any more rppresen d delvesdfl in existence deponent say menoLLebanonU CurCathrlii3r Ako eoqMCroup i a dSore TkroaLf ilaHaydonpronounce it HIgIiome5thcatarrh acutc cure colds coughs croup add sort roat or uioneybacktsIn cases of deafness caUsedVjbY f1L tarrhjjbefeis no remedys fflcient- 5YOMEI i3a liquid extracted from iheeuc11ptns tree of Ailstralia1 and is a ootliing healing gennJdlk leg antisepticI j A complete HYOMEI outfit qonr tlug of a bottle of HYO TEIand hard Vubber pocliDinhaler costs 8100 For jtrcatinR catarrh dr any throtor iiosa allmeni pour a few drops into the inhaler no t breathe Tnatff all you kaTe todiand U Eecomes Impregnated dih antiseptic Hyomei ad this toothingi beau tig all as it passes Into the lungs reaches every particle of the inflamed ineni brace kills the germs li1411ialbthe sorecatarrbal spots I pun ow a Hyo e1inbaleryolic t i3rextra bottle Qf HyomeU for 0 hayv cents at Hay k Wiiletts etrdruggists evervyBere J 1 isPotatoes Here is a sentence red dl having been impo ei upon 1itR b eaker Is anqihisr ton You know that vacant lot west O your pacaV asked tko cpurt Thepriscnersaidlhedrl Wtli beibngit to1 the city andje rr eotcucejs thatyov ralieacrop f potatoes Onitfdr lie aenefit f yatirJaQiiljr YouIwill ala Carole jltmg aa yo look sf- e tec t po cropj o your tiwilI t lilt yor4oLi sojai1 l oa knoW rth aes J j av WJk I M- eVWft R VhVVV lAl jrIII 0Lh Absolutely IHH ikIUPUU I iM Griiuute Eifap1 H d Mrs Henry Bennett ofD ce rg has erected aoeaatjrtier huslnd ipnhick1isjTj t scribed Muiri ted bttb X it Aiders It iisa object ofcnI SItyto a1 In that sate44oid- uy malic bag nfnemeterytci seet Mr- stshuSbicd t rmtw1p41 ihe cruell and CoWai By who did tbir dMi 1IEjStna skedandant1jyj iJ J nes He diidiijat- ippoiiy aAjf Varde ftja MM the effect of his roig iririjifift e mgnuawat wUhorars to recall Uw ra0f Hfrjs ihat th 6raveucAaa4j5j ky and Ifro n iM take her a loeg tfipe Speaking of grmiedfi ns the BowJii GreeS aeoger Ysltis1lo tbf def r raEddyvik1fl aarWe akfc ajpe wikp- oara MHtare rei W ooli blooe by Martin BinrepiiM r ify oiotuvedpeei4aiJ the cn 1iti NO nmany efforw W- h4y4 thje widaw cataeilpbUt iit iiftheie to tW fl lDown in the beatjfaicei e thprrany tsq t 4adxcieimarble coluna ersecie4y u S 1oaoiPalpbi1 jmp the Hand of hog a1kl Be ski1ed by a forierfj sdotee Jer boaui Bait5i b4atbokiviigfaca whlcb the fret f rjo bOJdofalHl Wk1ElorgentrJ VItJaotcriablebuL4ey attht erection f me icip4lo I i7Ja raMnd4bIt nft w be fries o- aaei ierect Jcrime Ta Ire ln1ire tMr8qlu withej rating ae oitj of M es4 wiUii itaphs etaBUketatie ef itee ark and B16odj rOtiltIt whkh ifrWe hopi aid btlif re wtlj t fo fore aaiy ekht wici the duln thAt sefr ail iu4je tW j tcmDf tL LSa v d HJH MtHfaFOtk5doctor d glva a Prrites ra Avici1andI yioiisIlfhesyjclctOsy artJOt1 ate awlr14tp twLtl a Pys praise tke E rictterapriceless w9sitterotibiedr faiatIsyI Ua bckacke iach wsa aeleb1l1ty coaetipaths oek Jers Use tbs Jtsyvt jwhM to satlijy 1faly ataJ l 4St All J t thJmIbeW1j- wtJoiuu9J7 s 4o tbs i4 l1 f H X= wLlJ j44 1eh Uu E 1 4a mssrbMs 1911PlTtttA4mit TaillLL Tir sLfAIn- fI I t 1 SPR1NGNLDL KY l m YTJR1U tY 1 1i 1UIfS11IE JOSEPIP fr Iditor and Pub1IshersI Jt kr ftUJI MAY 26 WIL We are tiwried to announce JORNAroiLIN ntat Y6 In tiMrI WMrlMttM ftbe Kentucky Leg i i41tb1re fnmt Wadtlngton county 1 Mifcj t to tfce actfoirof the Democratic 0 t psr i i tt C fcbrate 72dBirthday J Mr D P4L Bishop of Moores Ylllt ciebratd his 72d birthday 7 iMfrTiursiiij May 18th Be isi t4 o 7p ftmily of il children juMl tour two sisUr stud tyb fcrotfatrs oictar than himself I liViVr Feb1 three children liTkw Mm Zn Will of Moprea yJUrs L MLynclvof Efcoa ottaH Mr J P Bishop oi Spriiff Hr 16 grandchildren I tKrHcbUdfen t Tfcos p44t were Mr and Mr301u1 Will EayancIsoS Rbert Mtes Mary Moore rivj r aad cMri l Jeff Swith and Miss1 t Maggie Mrs Peyton Briggs MwNaucy Bishop Mrs Minni jclbanc1chUdreD Mr and Mrs 7 Uf Palmer Cbeaiham and children Mrs Richard Cheatham ana children Mrs Sallie Wall andI two daughters and son Forrest Mrs Albert Wall and little son and daughter Mrs I M Lynch mud son Bishop Abountiftfi 11tb course dinner was servedI id all seemed to have a pleas ant and enjoyable daytrp May Gods richest blessing rest upon all and that they may tie permitted to meet again is my prayer L t 4 Cures ScabIf by with an approved dip Minors H Plaid is an approved dip vBbld I by Haydop Robertson Fair View I Toney Wall visited relatives a Mbofea3Eille BatqrdayandJ opn viday V rtlimnnB XJhesser spent Satur day night with Eiinoijays ATbe good bbnsa wives ban been busy house cleaning this week Mrs Fred Cheatham and daughter were in Springfield Si shopping one day this week l Mr and Mrs HalBofelett at t tended church at New Hope Sunday i Mr Wm Parks and two sons Eiierysnd Bessie visited hi Itsister MrsFM Cane a pa rIcof last weekfMr C Woford thISfather and sister Saturday night and Sunday at Woodlawri s ttU the good rainfall which was much neededwas appreciat dbyallIj I r Mr and Mrs Ftf Carnefi i V and tw datiRhiers Mr Wm Ii Pa lsandto sons dwitlt ILB Carney Saturday Well Thope BiUydId not get f J Bis coat wet during these shower 4Ldwill stay on the gate postt 4 t antilbtbmdddrys Kicked By A Mad Horse amael Birch of Beetovtn Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal tht frfghtfuidSre tfiatr developed but ai last Buckl ens Arnica alve cured if iiiLrlu completely Its the greatest healei of iflcersj butns bolts efzema scalds cuts ccrns coldsores bruises ant pilesoneaith Try lt25c tHaydor Robertson r Fcriwiclc i J Mrs Joe Polin and Mrs Wil t LechTrwere the pleasant guesuMr f R McAlistel Ifi Tbuay MisevMargia Logsdon is visit 1b 1ntr J1lds and reIatiyes here 1 e tlikweeV j Misses Olie Briton and Myr tle Shewiriaker were tthe guests w ofMra WiH Nally from tiatar JJi Uy wntil MoHday yF6tlef tGfi 1lled his i E5lat PPOwmei here Sut IMk i supper ttbJScream A tpi wa q teQcc ss They a4ibout lO KtheFifleEthel aD J 1Il3tl iJmsndVes t t uL Of Boq HiUjlliso Misses s Q11111tdr ikai dwJtllM tntif4c tiIIi A GrvesSob f Y Mver iwto here attended 4oay Mrf Moiithy J ersonJlwick aud family Thursday =Mr and Mrs Walter Adams of Baywick visited relatives here Saturday anti Sunday Miss Llza Hagan was the pl aeasantRogers Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Lanham and family visited Mrs Teresi Graves and family SatnrJay night Mr and Mrs Carl Whiteman ana Miss Lola Vouch were thei guests of Mrt and Mrs FrankI Y amy Saturday night Miss Pearl F awick speut Monday night with her brother Loyd i tJiJoseph aW Edgar Graves visited Edgar Anderson Sun day Miss Myrtle Perkins and Les lie Hilton visited Miss Mary tt pse James Sunday is Forgetmenot WONDERFUL REMEDY Thats What is Said of Stomach Prescription Guar anteed by Haydon WfllelL Stephen Waite of ianciri g Mich fan writes iFor p iei three years I suffered much pain and annoyance from stomach disease Iliad no help from my digestive organs toy food would stay causing rnmy gas stomachanqfermedtI ever that 1 heard of but it remain ed for MIONA to cure me entirely and befor I had used three boxes my IIppctite and digestive organs became all right It is a wonderful MIONA stomach tablremedyI small snd easy to swallow They stop the most painful stomach dis ess 1p five minutes They out sourness and gas and makedriveI stomach clean and sweet Tueyare sold by Haydon Wlllett for 50 cents a box under a postiv c guarantee to curt any case of Indi gestion or money back Litsey i Mr and Mk D R Litsey visited Mr and Mcs J IMartini tile latter part of the week Miss Mabel Thompson has re LOUisvUJea Mrs J 0 Poinand dangh ters spejit Sunday with Mr and rsJoPq1i We are glad to report that Miss Logan Neale is much in proved J J Miss Annie Kelly spent the weefr end with friends in Spring deld Mrs John Kellv and chiIdr lsitedMrsv J 0 Pdlin Tues day Mrs Mary Martin spent Tues day with Mrs B L Litsey The school at Pleasant Grove Caught by Miss Kate Humphry ostd yesterday after a success fful three months school Mr aMrs B L Litsey and Mr and MrsD R Litsay were the guests of Mrs J 1 Martin ridayft STRA YEDFrom my place 7 miles Southeast of Lebauon on- May 16 a2 yearoid bay filly ilso one red sorrel 2 year old nare mule Any informatioli Beading to their recovery will be rawarded by W HBrcdshaw Lebanon Ky r r 1 FOR SALE A firstClass milch iow aJca No 1 walking culti iutor for sale right B W Selkirk rw1 STOPPijG A NOEBLEEEK- By This MethodiC Is Simply a Matt f Imagination In many experiments carried on dur ing the last few years it has been as certained that the mind controls to a wonderful e tout the flow ofulopd to ny particular part of tbyjody The following experiment has been tried as many us ten times by nje and has not failed once When the nOo starts to bleed Im mediately persuade yourself to believe that you are running with all yom lalght up the steepest flight of steps you can think of or up h high hill that Is just think of dolni either of these things and dpldg It fast Think at the ame time that you urj cnny Iing a heafy piece of Ixtggago with both hands and add thoughts of any other bodily exertjoii You will be surt IfOUIThe explanation is that when we really start to Tunmor6 blood is given to the arteries supplying the muscles of the legs than they were receiving while at rest Thishaa been proved As the same thoughts In tht mind pro duce approximately the same bodily effects if one merely thinks to run but does not run the blood will go to the legs anyhow and away from the head as desired There are many ctfminbn experiences of secrptlonsstartedby thoughts If lone llooks at a lemon awl thinks of sucking it hls mouth immediately waters nnd I hhve no doubt that mnoy people who rend this will have their mouths watering from the simple reading LawTjOnco hodges in Chicago RecordHerald BUFFALO TONGUES =The Blackfoot Indians Used to Turn Them Into Hairbrushes bulIrlllercrtod And he displayed a packet fitt blue toothpicks tied with a strip 6f red raw bide and n nut black hairbrush that med molded out of rubber These two articled said the ex plorer are of strictly natlvd man ufactnre native American man fnc ture Take the toothpicks first They are mnde lby the Indians of Alaska f The Indians whenever they kill a wal rus pluck from his face hlslpugand Ktlffi whiskers cure them and ship tnsbIh course picking1 their teeth with these Walrus whisker toothpicks Its the Rlackfoot Indians who use bnCTalo tongue hairbrushes A but tabs tongue is rongh The spines ou It iiiioVey good hairbrush bristles AndXhese bristles In a Blackfoot brush dont tome out for the Blackfoot slm ply skins his buffalo tongue cuts iHn nnirbrush shape cures it and there you are Every Blackfoot In the past Jiatl his Vnffnlo haIrbrush But those days are poae pone with the buffalo herds nud where in the fifties you could buy u good buffalo tongue brush on the plrtlns form ladle of puppy dog stow dutibt If you could get one now for n Ues pf urewater Washington Postf Wlien Empress Eugenie Was Young vns so lost in admiration lit tbi wopwful Empress Kugcnle that In bIt i In the royal quadrille with tin IUNTVT consul tr forgot to mske thi iiniial tfips KvefyUiiug syminei rtyully perfect In her the slender rticufiil llguru with tln beiutlfull uiiwlolofl shoulders which were lumuctd by thy white dress she wore iofusely emhroldend with pearls und slIer ller exquisite shape attracted ISP perhaps eveli more than did the clftrislcally beautiful head with the ujblc regular features and the nuburu hair upon which Darkled a r ynl dldaom net charming smile bewitch ed tne as ninth ns did thlf few friendly words she addressed to mb in her me lodlbus V9lce rrlncess ruin Racowlts AutobiographyS The Torpedo Fish lh torpedo fish known to scientists hi tho Torpedo electrlcus the dee tile cntHsih of the Nile They can give on electric shock stullar to that of an jjcctrlc Lcyden Jar This fs useful to the jjl In stunning prey and In eon fcandlnj their enemies This shbck llte iuy other electricity may be con durrtl through a metallic substance urd1 often unpleasant though not nnIj pcnc person holding either of these Implements may receive a shock when It comes In contiictrllh the flshuSt Nicholas Giving Them Their Due tt simply a question of verne it7 between us said the oldest inhab itant He said itIns a liar and I said ho WitS one Humph rejoined the village postmaster Thats the first time I ever heard of either of you telling th truth London Mall f Aw lcpme ChangeS- moke curling up from the ffarmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields gives a pretty suggestion of a good sup perancta comfortable home But it also means a hot tired woman working hardover a blazing fire x Your wife can escape this witha New Perfection Oil C okove 4 New Perfection keeps a kitchen manydegrees cooler lhaany her rae yd it does all a coal or jvood range can do It sayeitime raD hick No wood to cutfto coal to carry no ashes no soot j Withthe t New Perfection oven IIt the best cooliqg device you can tod Mywhere TtJe f 2 4 withtf I The 2and 3 J boner e r withoota rt rIft etbUcticft tqwclfacU elC u drop ebcIYarI rDca1en heror writOC j fII IYC F tM rcuIr to be ec 1Iq ef thy Standard Oil Com Df4I Tljicorporatd i ag y lI = ft1aI 1m It You Can Buy trUI1lrvfv Y K1Ng This Handsome I rsfrvvc XXXfJVWFi Boston Leatherl AutomaticI Davenport for Iu 2fionly 1B 4t9 cash and balance on i tYr payments to suit y venience It is solid oak or birch mahogany I tv covered with tufted real Boston leather Itcans as ia settee in your parlor or Kying rdom and durngmm r CHANGED INTO A BED Has a large box Iunderneath in which to store bedding or linens tr the Thus TWo for tfrePtlceo j 1 1paYIng1 This is just 1rrCHLESS BARGAINS yepavetomione of the f I II FURNITURE9 CARPETS 1 mltII I I YOUR ciiDITlhIS GOOD 1 us no matter where yob live and we give you just the same terms of cash orm1 IIWith that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home To you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of gocfd people ilw IIto PAY who TREumFREI JI 1 I your home station j thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers come right into our stores WRITE US TODAY and tell titjust what you i IIwho like to buy in Furniture Baby Carriages or Gocarts Refrigerators Stoves CariRugsJLinbleums or Mauings and we will reply by return mail giving you full ml particulars off the wonderfully low prices we can make and the easy terms we will be I glad to give you We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and any r thing that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the money refunded t Cut out and fill in tHe COUPON in tfcis ad and nail TO US TODAY 1Y COUPON I 313385 W STBensinger Outlining I MAtKLET Louisville Ky I Clip this Cpu ou from iuFr ifj U fr71tc Aiirn-I t4II vf41c1J j 1and Springfield 1I m II i 1THE LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS IN KENTUcKYureightoOce J5SwS5y5o55S5oCT555 r COK C 1NTERCOLLEiE CHAMPONSHIPS College Men 8psy Preparing For Annual Meet inOamoridec PENNS CHANGES LflOX GOOD i Red and Blue Team Well Balanced Cornell Strongln Distance Events Yale Harvard Princeton and Michi gan Wilt Be Factors j After monthsf practice college nth lets arc now1 pItUllS the finishing touches an tLlI rtralntiig fQr the Intercollegiate track jjn field meet which will be lucid in 4io Harvard stadium Cambridge Mass May i and 27 The 1U10 iuuttt was productive of only recor j lint lit ICjM the ircnt perfonna sor u number of men In their pjjdHuiliiary workouts It would not be surprising It records by the wholesale s jbtilti gu by the hoard in the AidlunW t v Altholigh duil meets have been scarce so far t ijs Reason tliero Intro been occasions which the merits of the various teams cnn be Judged Nearly all the universities with the exception of Princeton and Pennsyl vania have lostjjieavlly by graduation but new men from the under class ot- a year ago hojro been developed so that this meet Should be as Interestlus as any of Us pBcdeoessora Crnllor Mlcligan Hold Pith of Syrar Bernn o Cornejl Chlsbolm of Yale Burdlck of Ieunsylvnntn And Joe frrirner or Slli hlgan nil wtaners of events last your are still In Competi Crthlfourth places for theIr rospectlvo tennis As rates on paper do not al ways come triuc when tile men oru running along on the jrt tnal cinder patti predktlQ is us to the outcome of pll1oHoweverthat is on hanjlfor this years tests It Is probably tnst to begin ylIt h Penn sylvania tlC jWnucr of the 1910 mrtThe Qualerji d p1tQtJc loss at Unmsilell wljc ghowvd up so brilliant Iy a year ngpl wlll bo very strong hi tho sprints fur Mindn hasi been run Rtandnrdior has a lot of g od n cnin Hilly1 pjjtill Boyle Foster Gray Church Levering and Wollc On t lie whole the Quakers haven go6dCJit igc hHnce to repeat their victory o year ago Yale has leen im iiny irA 1 it now at summer as well Has a winter remedy It has the ineinvigoratiDg- and strepgthprodqcing cif fect in Summer as inwinter Try it a little cold milk or water AtE DRUGGISTS t lit ioiu uiett tinnonsii tjeflrgo riiTsholiu winner of the high hurdles r r Ir ji r r iiul ly Amoiican itcs ksor PLihtl crtisriotii VALES uqn nt lh Ionu relay tntt recent nnd UobcJt t nixnf r wfo tidl wit Huu cwls of C 4urliii la till IHII ru ilf last yoar nri suiI mllp ennt- rf onillv It14 tnr tPlt Ji thU jiftir Corudl Its 11 try sf ron In the apis litf li ae ortlng noc1mcniII ftla tl1t8t IIowt v r tvitij uid minor iiiuihinl ttit Ijhari ore fKjinif h ifiv IS nnl illic8 leIn iI Il lis Iftl a fin ri uIS trmiuit iudi1ui tn ll u w liii tn er Af linnKrJ ltlaOi s ii a little lj tXV w lsl yiiK Ilt iiJif f tin jiriirmnt hi the claMi galaiWtN eu rlal nnta Frituelm ROn bitSCIk r wLglut rrWw ami Simons who soorod In tho iftivivotKyrfciftitattsVpiir jind weral her wen who kn tty prtiai stag Mkhl aDlm turw stars w o win iroUnbly show uur cry wcllbln In rrfonealsto Craig who w n4Ille Jt last year Is running bette than VIT tiorue should hnv jtlilies lutE wn way In the idititput and Hi navan will give Pull the puii of hN oin thlDIJe nartiBoiitlt has rory gsa taste 4ul tlsfe yost of whl h Harry li Illmau I Itmaking flue tiltistlHarry Hsbcock fbi f11tlpln if th Columbia team to ie nut tit the l fwhotcnn tth1uiIe Pleased Her rd novboa1011 f thItiK tues nMi1cp young man retillHtl tliLjbtwrdinK hetifti lady Hes n very small eater lsit ha Ph my yes Iura really cull n hilliJ v y Jmo tny fthJb1 inkers titat wan Ii VComfortAint Iyer1YeOWivw replied Tommy Owl Dont It mate ynr feel adTmNnw Tile doctor told muuu Iil ilmuuuurttupCaibo p S aisdfd cud lujet J+ Story of Two Brothers trr Kind reader mark my truthful taiINo moral la anneXnl But If you have none handy print one In our next IonTwo brothers In Re hobo th to1IWhen fhlllpa txtfun 3rtiJohntI IJoh read tot to y MlsterAliSterMater ore enJIHe boldly mur led awray ft r Put Robert sought in bdrn unseen Arid hid him In tho hayj f There came a night of sory fightI AssurupsvU crcok tltn redl Oh grisly 311hti Uy morning light PPoor John howcd upshot deadl So hrwas done wJih earthly work Hut Robert lived to tie nun Irvpcv deacon and town clerk Mid nricealooof me IiuCkIWayIn ring oxruango tIle ojirpitor may be ex pec led lofisk 1IuHllulllbrr diHs the honorable son of tilt union ami stars desire lJvothree Silence illHii the exfhange wsUmes Will thij hononHiUMrsou gracious Inii hninhiod Sue of lIft wire to Inform him hut the novor tihesujlklently Clevelandrtaln rWhere Even the Wireless Faifs pro1dhotelBeg pardon L tWhleblR the way tothe abnlll liotclTr Whats tharT GranUSrnnl Iffbtei Well what nlrlll ItiMIWwd0 got iinrer r v iglt9t It ui rut a trapgef here mju lfjlrowiiiitf lagazjne Singleness Purpose Are youu goltugii sw the orona tlouV No rejiIUd Mr Mpektoitt j dont think Henrietta ttiiiuItl care for ij She would regarJ lins wnste of tIme to organize surhn gri4ul pupaUp without IIIgVott FIJi WfIOlCl baaiuu- raiL1 In I IIwtnniot PQstlngA Hoop Gime In this game n large clrculurMrncfc fihduld be markedout wlttr fefatnn at 111rThePllll In dies hoop to tilt sennur station tbe playprai that Mtsulou infects 111P10I the third and so An thvpJKjerjat the1 station taking lie hfitip the first ngtiln nnt jng the Mioop wjth hind wit and IjlHsfa tloninhst t CtIIJ1l1plnJcr JiOPPjtIj t it ar JGold MIeraf L Ftls chickens iwuftlly pick 19J nuggeis In SebmskaK thtj hneJone Into the business ajid Wro jjkcj to put the chl kufii tq hlinrae S pu see gpld IR pfn n ffrunrt bin ifba tjutpiiin ilnifcg IIIII ni svlyltluiiin ln iwl itr bWvCitiufii for tnUriiittitlun ifpjf tfUIII IIWI t 11IIII 1lt 1Ii1 tli IInr 111 ol e hla h IuIci 1 TIw v It rV UP IIProtect iOllF Frer is now Here ydfli its uIl II jIi it I i LMtDingfiods J i IIWe absolutely g nteethatyour property is ne1rqi lightning iii when properly rodded by l1S Callt and let us demonstrate it tts411 III tShultz CC1eVer cJi= TH I 1 I11 KNOB CREEK STOCK FARM V Please Read and Think it Over i RED Ltei No272 llm Vol VI AS H Bi Ai Sired Bru 1 i 800Damns Broo- kDEscnihzpNRedSoireII stripe in 1cetWshortSto 1gs 15 34 hands weight 1100 very smoothe head and Meek like a geld ing8 Not a blemian nor a weak spot about jiinu even years old saddleringsjthrep year oldfor best stallion and three of his colts get of that year and he only three col tand he won that In JJJ10 he made his first 1Ip made the remainder of the allow season iijdndmg the Pembroke Horse Show KyWState Fair and fenn Statefrair He made his last show at the Horse Show at Clarksville Tenrj and won first In the 200 harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen horses in the ring He is breeding very strung after himself About twoIl lighti25 To Insure a Living C ltv4Mares kept otr p tureatf2 per iit1ffed giraiKwiU be charged for co tvauel attend to this busjnesfli myself so proper care will be taken but I will not be TesppniibleLhould any damage occur THOMPSONH6dfenvilleU Ky J 1 t JINoMe enITIBr k r Sired by the Great Highland Denmark jjst dam by ithe Kentucky J and and Missouri Champion Saddle norse Thormon Star2d dam by i Art Rose by Artistand out of a Mont Rose mare Noble Denmark is a great brfid saddle horse having the blood of the best saddle sires sHe is a chestnut 15 hands 3 Inches high aIf horse of both rack and trot Lastgood action a and Btjrictly SQUad Lr With little local trainingjlie proved1tiisehf a successful show rse in good company Asa breeder his PMs eson of colts wdn 1 1yrst1r1d e orid tics at our fast fair He and hls colta von the heyd and he won for fineststnfli m mare oc geldirig also other prem his class Mr Shropshire who trained Edha Mae Red and other noted snow horses has had Koble Denmark inl the past winter and says he Isth best gaited Highland he ever aW also there wasnot a finer horse within 100 IIIIMcDonald oshBBowlea says he is Ute best type bra Stallion he knpws of Matt Cohen said he resembled gaited yuy much like the champion saddle horse Star f t 1 ask owners of good mares to study his bre ding gait his in dividuality and soundness and compare him to anjj Cither horse before Breeding elgewnere Your motto should be hi waTObreed tq the Sest and you know who Keeps the best jfoft have ow eH the only Sfallioha in Waahtngtori county that havesired a preriunSl colt for the mitten J fo18lcondstandSi At 20 To eaLivin Colt f fI Monte Wootf Y I wrlll ilso stapd the well known brooder Monte Wood also known as thchorse V So Gibbs lund in theistudjfor several yaara All who tri d Wm liked him He was sired By Dashwood he by JWoodsfirsti ji I horse with plefity of bone and sirtSfSlSPHlSdndw has a number of good majreaand gildings In Washington county Season fee 10 I will Stand my two muld Jacks at 10 to insure a living ctltMares bred to this stock traded p11or brdoUter stack stmon e 4s duo Mares pastured atZ00 per month tiimo BfivLEKHMAN Springfield Ky 4 Is fl a r ZVi BJSJtSSftU Itiftltcognizes thQ importance ofcotidiuctih bugmcudetaUa by teiephonebotjiiiocalj blDd long diaJ hceJ Itisjecononiyin saving 4 ryl time and money UneXceodtejqplpnet service can be had over the lines of the CumberJanoltelcphoho andTdegranhCom P jy Long distauvo connections to all imD 5rtant points in UnifedStatesratedran ib service thebesr tl1NBEnLA1iI rFJP oNB TfjL RNPHCOSnNY J iJ d L rn ed r DAmaTTaT4 Ad sit Jciw t Modern Louisville by CHAS c fOLL OIL jOO 01I1 T TEETHEXTRACTEDii rtRWIa Hagaa Block up stain SPRINGFIELD KY J A1K iDeritaKWork Strictly Fir t lass DR J CillUEJ ki PP1iOis iandd Sufgn Oftici hours Bto9 am v e lto2 pnW Offices ove Haydons Drugstor JILLaptonM D c t It Oflfct InfOtera house 4 dftlce Phone No 8 Residence No 38 7 i I WFGR1GBY r1 TfORhf EY AT LAW c i Office over Peoples Hank 1 SPRINGFIELD KY ff4Jr i DrMW HYATT 1t Office over Red Cross Urujj Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 sm1to 12 in 4 to 5 pm fTT JOUNt MAYS r FlillEBkA L MOTORH 0 R i V lAND UCENSEII EMBAlME rr f TELEPHONE DAY19NLGHT74- ij i SPRINGFIELD K C 11RWFIRR TY jJt PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barbet 1 Dental workut reasonable pifices ll rork guaranteed j SPRINGFIELD KY i Railroad Schedule5 Following is the time schedule now in effect on tie Bardstowi q and Springfield branch railroao Mo 41 Leaves Louisville ar tt 480 pSm Bardsiown Junctioi 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m ff aNo42Leaves Springfield ILi fi00 a m i Bardstown 845 am Bardatowrf unctlon 730 a m arives Louisville 820 aj in No 43Leaves LbuSsyillo a 720 a m Bardstown Jiarictiot 855 am Bardstown 1005 am arrives at Springfield 11 40 pm- t l o 44 Leaves Springfield ait i 1QOprn BafdstOwn 220 p m I fBardstown Junction 410 p m I Iarries aLoqisvillt54fpn jrpt a 1l Made Trees I t i Strjwbe ir Plants y3 Asparagus Ulackberries Rnsp terries RoVes R ubiw9r etc tWrite forfIreecatdtue avenoajrente i Ji J I1JanmGy r Scn r c4 N d Lon Ry t I Big Mack 4 Will make the siion ot mj plaqe miles fin Frcdprickr Hown Ky ntf 8 TolInsure a Living Coit BgMack is by the late J A Sympspus Bacd Spanish JaciJ I ndout of Jennet siredb Ruplei jackj he by Gov WocfJ iLien reainrd Oi lfcolste skcure pay nlori service fee lEJ W WILLETT J Midnight in thc Ozarks v 7 and yet sleepless Hiram cranton oi Clay City IllicougtJeajand coughedl iHewa9 In the mountain pnthe advice oVftve d iddrs who sahi he hadcpn umptiori ut fonnd no help In th ltmatqaid startel homeS Heatll1 Qijgbr Kings New DIscovery he bc I gan to use itHI t eiitfv it saved mJ iltfe1 he writes rforat mde anew manout of ms that 1 can now do gopd work again For all lung dls aJe cough colds lagrlppo asthma Ibriup ivhooplnc cough hay fever t morihagesbo rSeb 80r qulnsy Its the test known remedy Price 60e and 81 Trtil LoWe fce rtson Guaranteed by tIa3dOn Rob Ig2 oow nfr m m ImnUOlro a t Local Happenings oY Interest JOIN1 V i The Freshest and Latest I t j All AboutjYolirseir Friends f I and Acquaintances TfiPIPQJUrluO0 S t J WftME OOM BQ OOOO J t Plow points made good as ne- wWKMarksSops caiarsitatFOR RENT Good cow pasture ESprForsee the old reliable firm iWK5 Marks Sons FOR jsAra One bacco setter Bemisstoij S f a McGill f Everythingi millinery at re ducedpr jPWatben r JrepauedJt l W K Marks SonS MandMrsLcvbrown re r wajocingdaughter you will find everything tht is new and nobby in hats flowers veils etc atsp aMrs Williams The Skaving Rink will be open every Tuesday Thursday and Sitnrday nights but will not open on the night of the Sttfotf j account of school tournament The price of flour may risesand fall but we guarantee the quality of WBite Rose and Ben Johnson to never fall orfaiOur mottoS quality tiVst quantity seco dI All trimmed hats readyto wears flowers etc at greatly reduced prices at Mrs Williams All persons indebted to the- Re at Cross Drug Sfofe 4r Leo btosome tElavdonmJsts the books 1 1 eo t paiatoHayddncla tjnrvYou y is but not what themofrwmy bring fo rthit may be 4n ash healCi if you have little or no insuramfi what will that ash heap be worth to you For fire and tornado in stsuranceDavid R Litseyli Marriage license was issued this week to Huston Montgomerv and Pearl Fenwick The bride is a daughter of Mrs Nannie ed Fenwick and the groom is a popular farmer Also to ifenri Isbam and Miss Susie Votaw who are both prominent and popular people of the Maukyitle- oeTghborhood We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in in this issue of Bensinger theE ffurniture rean of Louisville This house sells on credit tofi out oftown purchasers and pays tile freight Bensing r gives his out of town customers the same advantages as those wiJOc Come into the store and buy i Read the adverusement iit- another column of the paperOr BarberSunms1jAnnouncementis made of the ipproaphing marriage oj Miss a Piety Barber to Mr VVatben j Smms The w dding will take place in the earlY part of June Miss Barber is a daughter ofI Mr P t5 Barber and is a highly jladyj son of Mrs Sallie Simins is a young man of strong characterr Jind is numbered mon ttJpc most promising young men ofe hetown Both are embers ofI old ami prominent families of the county IColvihHertieht s brrrMiss Isa Cclyin were quietlyc married Saturday morning atIthe home of the brides sister by tJRevetRorea beautiful colored travel Ing suit with hat to match and carried pink and white roses Immediately after the cere mony they took the morning train fora short bridall trip The bride is adaughter of MiS and Mrs W A Colvin and is a very attractive aud popular younsc lady admiredtby all The gr9 m is a jovial good fellow whom everybody Jiksand is a successful business man being a member of tie firm of bUzgerald Hertlein Their many frfends r wish them a long andLappy t mulled life Commencement Eoercises One Of the largest crowds that ever attended entertainment iin the Opera Hpuse wAs on hand Tt 3sdayEi tightoftlie BpringfiddIj Gr EadedSchoplj ogram was a somewhat lengthy one vet every number was lullI of interest and rtndered in a TheJti consisting of piano and vocal isovelos duets and quartetts wao dryrticipated in it showed the cellent training they had received tA number of recitations were delivered with that eloquence that characterizes the pupils of this schooL Mr Fred OMaves s the winner of the GoldI Hedal1illiamsforthe subject Jefferson andI Democracy Prof Colvin in a well chosen eech delivered diplomas or certificates of graduation from the school to Mr Wallace Rogers and Miss Lei Roberts The valedictory was delivered by Mr WaHace Rogers his sub ject being Tubs Jefferson It was delivered in a clear full voice and was well handled The scenes from Macbeth were presented by pupils of the bocii in a manner worthy of professionals The play was filled with jutes est throughout and there was no lagging partt from the entry of the three witches to the murder of Rng Du EncanWe highly ommend the pres entationof Shakesperean plays Jscboolthey are not only the most entertaining to an audience bet the nefit detiv d by those who rt1cipate is far greater than that derived from prays of a less ssic character The whole entertainment was without a flawand highly enjoyed bv all- ircuit Court JnMonday the grand jury was empanelled and sworn and a rong charge doMvesed by dge IS rIhu man iling attention to those sec tions of the Statute which the law directs the esspecial attention of the grand jury to b call the Judge took up in a genera way the importance ofI law enforcement and the necess ity for inquiring diligently into violations of the penal laws Petit jury was empanelled Tuesday and several Commonwealths cases disposed of In the case of the dom vs Llge Carrier charged with reach of the Peace There was a plea of guilty and the jury xed his fine at 25 and ten days in jail The case of the Com vs W L Keeling ctiarged with Pointing a un1 was tried before a jjury and verdict of not guilty returned The case of hb Com vs Eat nest Hume Elmer Hume and scar Harmon charged withr Breach ot the Peace resulted a dismissal by the Court of the charge against Harmon andt verdict of not guilty by the jury as to the oiher two defer dants q The case of LIB Corn ys Win Afilburn charred wltlf Breach of aIjury tIe Defendant pleading his wn castnd resulted in a vq r dict of not guilty The cases of the Com vs Ge i Hill and Torn Milburn charg d with furnishing liquor to a1 minor in whtoh also the defendant acted as tin ir own lawyers resulted in a verdict ofr guilty The case of the Com vs Otis Milton charged with assault an- attery d resulted ma verdict off guilty with a fine of 10 The case jf the Uom vs Joe ob r charged with selling a everage in local option terri ory resulted in a verdict of not guilty Same vs Dave Curtsinger Anna E Hobbs EXPERT Scieniific Manual Therapeu list or Masseuse can be seen at office first dwelling house north fail Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Charges reasonable Best J efer e celCall or write for terms Phone No 201 hr JfC tI dli 0 tnd f if hut pirt gui hod reufi fi ililj mft e with selling territory liquorii1ocia1optioia his own case and wa1 lined 100 and 40 days in jail hefComvsVO Harmon the defendant plejd guilty and was Lgiven 25 and 10 dntIn jjail jSitnJ vs Ed Mattity charged wth disturbing religjbus worship there was a plea of guilty and ne a of 25 assessedj I In the crap shoot ing cases jbfr eni y Johnson LeslhrBiown Jim Hardesty Harde sty- pipit LiComfortandNathginHardesty all colored entered a plea of guilty and were findi0 each Com vs Tom jrpes Charged opIJ ays iin jail ITh case of the Com vs John chargedIwill be tried this morning The case of the ddmmonwealtlr vs Erastus Holiday is set for ilWednesday Mfty3lst The case of the pocri ys Geo enry Pipj charged With sell- ing1ii goods on Sunday was tried out The Defendant was repre sentedby Mr W4 RSelecman it being his first appearance in a contested case e managed his defebse well and j succeeded in getting his man released Tne following men compose the Grand Jury1j Evan Sale Foreman RB IJatohett Ivan B Carey T B Bldgett W H Willham W P Reeling Baily Pinhst n Joe B irkhead Wash Tucker Jas LHume JofBest and D Hyatt The following is the Petit Jury B J Cecil Lesie CoyleHo S D CampbellT K Smith C F Adkinson WIG Grundy G W Bowen 0VU Clod J P Wllelt Wm Coulter Ray dolen4 C L Brady John D Keeling Geo Cc canoujher W- arP Cheathara f W Munceyj as H Gray HE Case W B Sparrow Will Fhzgerald John of gammon Dan Kelly L AuWillett St Rose Church Notes Contributedi tnThothe Blessed Virgin proved a da event The very Rev Father Mogoiingld officiated asyu site by Father S A Gavin and G 13 Has tifuss as deacon a BiiidThe Rosary Procession under tb the direction 6 Father Dawkins was unusually splendid The tfifteen new Rosary Banners were much admired by all Fifteen young miles foE the Sodality were chosen tc c rry these ban in ners in the procession Lite Catharine Montgomery had the h RnerThe fermon was preached by Father OSlil ivanhe took for his sdoject The Glories of Lae Marv Hif forceful earnest eloquence proyed a veritable in spiration After the sermon twelve youirg ladies were received yu into tie Sodality The Retrelt fortlie Sodality cyuonductdl was faithfully attended by all the member who will ever re member it las an occasion off in great Sfiiriiual l blessings Last Friday the JanthiJl ele lionof ceofficersiis a list of the officers Laura Wheatly President Louise Clements Vpce PresidentLjcie BlandfordSecreijxry Mntrgareti t trFieli jj and LauraiWheatlc Assistant Sacrstansp Murgarpt Medley Librarian Pisie iJillj Assistant Librarian jjiThe following were chosen Pr ects of Borids Liz zie Blandt rd Mattie ll rkson BerthaBadgett St Rose Cihir under the able direction df Mrs Effie Robenson1w arOrganistl Lion for tire excellent in a sic 7rendercdthe RetiSjit The Sodality gratefully acknowledge their generous Service X it tiSavedto Four dc b tlTritesLa and i cnlhIrc all YCrleuaBwhen my s m insisted lhat I use Elec trie Dittpr I did so and they have doic me it world bf good I wllla in ways firaliie them Electric Uliters blisacrfttrouljiid wlth fainting and lzzytl spells bd kachc headache weakness c1 gdersisthstrength md vigor Theyre guaran mteedOnly Cae it Haydon 6 Rpbertson to pCfOR FLETCHERS V in ASTORIA JS t 1 t rll 0flMi ORDERSdr mptly and Carefully Filled with the betvoueiln stack and t n mail orders purchasesof 5or more we p ly for j winhargato iutawlthiti2OhniIes ate- sDepartment7St4reit eTTW0fl 1f f C JetQThePabricHuseofLotIisvilleforr lDAINTY DRESS MATERIALS WHITE GOODSSi ETC- THE t 4 SELECTIONS At POPULAR PRife T j Our Goods Wh foods Linen and Dress Goods Departments weje neverbgUer prepsred to suppiyoi r i thrfWreet dress fabrics for ai mmer wear The stylesI and q Ill tI sore theet and tle pricewire moderates t We askyon to come and 1l iICOLORED ENGLISH POP goods worth ii25c a yard limit of 12 yards to a 121il2C H Jar 25c goods per yard AiJC 5 GALATEA CLOTH striped Ievaluet COLORED VOILE TISSUES i 20priee C f v = 1PERSONAL Mrs Mary Uoboney Phillips and sister Miss Nan Dohoney Lebanon are guests of Misses Fannie and Annie McElroywe Mr Wm Oambron of New pe was here Mdhdayse Attorney Ben Ewingof Lou isville spent the week end here Mr and Mrs J Irvine WittH satt gnd children of Louisville herp Mrs LDBaker and children Bardstown visited friends anjl nc1 relatives here last weekt Mr B Thompson spent srvpral days in Louisville last week tzlMryn visited friends here Satur shyMr Joseph Green of Louis le is the gueaii of f ri nds hen p Hon John A NewmfinJof rdtnwn was here Tuesday in interest of his candidacy for Railroad CommissionetLi stMrand son Dudley Mr H M Moss and Miss Mabel Williams nre touring the Bluegrass ibis week Mr Robertsons autoLeMessrs Robert Mayes Du ley- bertson A R Shultz andVO Miss Mabel Williams will atfipnd the Phi Delta Theta at wixngtorlj a heMrhave returned from a visit to A rie hdS at Louisville and Sh Iby inleraMrAleor Miss Mabel Thompson has re turned from a visit to relaiyes LduisvilleteMr G O Wharton jis in Men county byHonAttorney is here this weak Mis W P Grgsby hks re tned from a trip to Chaplin Hon W D Claybropkle and Hon W F Grigsby Were in Louisyille Satqrday St Roses CemeteexT ext The people of St Rose ongre gation as well as those utsidettto ofhoe no doubt delighted tc see the work of be utnYing the c metey going on Father McGonigle has entered into this work with zeal heretofore unlnovni andcI i UIItblIesson stiiiscafl with his plans and respond w eina success They should I rnl congratulate themsdl h eon ing a prior who makes heirl1av1gl terest his own and take tapeof this ppportunitij of niakh togthosereir grand old monu nent th I hinoh Noapot io this ountI I i iyes greater pyonisesof beauty an Sp RdE No p jople are ore loyaltIiSt Ro JB theirjfownf iow is tIhe time poopil to inroveour chujrdijandl Its isurrdurid at gs a placfiof Ioe and beaiUyl W tp t EGYPTIAN VOILiETISSUFS- embroidered regularsHcifalues 1c29cyardWHITE IMPORTED VOILES regular65cyard pesoC WHITEST GALLSWIS ebi 59cquaptWHITE MERCERIZED BAT ISTE with permanent finish reg 6Scper rPAINTED HIS PORTRAIT- sHi Wife Was the Artist and the Rej suit Wasnt Flattering suburbanite but lntfl married nt out to post n letter ami i9 th lamps bad uol been lit hi the road which he dwelt he could only dlml e his war A short distance tip thp road he nat as he thought his wlf who had bw n out to tea mid as tlweur past ttl just whlspend All right toy dear nhaH lie wl yon in n uijnute lImmedlatel after he hud Mild thee words lie saw the lady turn a startled hurr4iwavd tInt nIJljllnlthoufthel When he returned home he found wIfe waiting for him and she at once him with the words Oh George have had such a ghtful exjierlence was Just com lag down the road when n inn u trIed to stop me and said All right dear all be with you lu a mluule I fan home found you out aud ire bej sO mpcu alarmed George was just about to explain when an Idea cauie to him What sort of mar was ItTi Ibe nsk dIOh tile young wife nw him quite plainly atid a more villain ousface r never beheld In my jlfe e was a perfwt monster with crime amuiid upoueveryf feature George lecldinl It was heat to sty nothing arterKllLpndon TitBIfsL f FIGHT SHY OF A RAT f =t the Rodent Escape Rather Than Run the Risk of a Bite Never titlark a rat In a dosed rn says an old wnreousemnM who has hud a world of experience fnlIdeal Ing with rodents Open a do3r or ndow hpd ghe It a chance tb get tsir SEven Jl youve got a dog to lp you yon may be bitten If you dont Rat bites ore very dangerous rat eats all sorts of carrlooj and fllth ntiil then puts his dirty whiskers to anything else he wants to sample fHerus another JdJosynCras1ot ts They logically carry oiit Uie principle of the survival of the fittest nd they nre not merely suffragettes suffragists but the females abso lutely boss the rat tribe The slight est token of physical wcnknessiiu the br rat Is the signal for deathjnt the eth of lls mother About five rats surho from n nest of ten or i1tteen The male rat will fight to save the little ones hut Is Invariably driven off the ferocity of the mother You r1fcctr1j rs b6 overrun with rats t c010nlesJbefemale rat Vlau I start to clean up heDd1femaleothers disappearNew York Time- sThsBear He Missed Tellinein his book of somelbuhtlpg periences near the north pie Cap In Srerdrup wrote Walruses and seals were harpooned and s iot and also the Iqrge arctic hare which seems have contracted the peculiar hnblt frequefatly runnlngv long distances its hind legs Hunting was nQt ntIways easy the atmosphere playing strange tricks with the eyeright as ness the following account ofjtho stalking of a bear With the utmost ntfun with his gun ready ldhls e fixed Inexorably on the bear Send vanced the spot Meanwhile the t pr sat wagging Its head but keep- g5a i good lookout it appeared for hen Sehlel had come some twenty eps nearer It rose and flejvaway Itw flew as well as any bird which after was not remarkable for Jt was aucous gulIL t Helping Her Out A young lady boarder In fa country usebold lamented the absence orllet i Catching little Melbit the pet of e household up lu her arms slut aid Precious nobody Joves ni ft t guess eatIormsSTIW next day Miss Alice was jntrv rupted by n low kiioeinlniit the door enjboth bwids The chilI said Tf t Mis Alice hind poatmatinot brth nnyqttci11ttJ tier Il freasbig wnninI ovojve tto gdout t tb Nl Prog nJcles I1m t3 1 LI NS VESTS white Swiss ribbed ch per dozen Slfi9c COMFY CUTVESTSwiih cant slip straps per dozen 110 each J lOc LISLE TftfcEAD VESTS pure white in extra sizes find secondt firsts are worth 35c each this lot on sale at7for 100 each 15 C Wash witlr dane greeted replied BATISTEwOithOcayard sale price 35c BEST STANDARD PRINTS choice of ur entire Stock of reguJ lar 7lc prints only 12 yards to customer sale pricey per yard iJl SiC SUITING yards to customer O sale price 1 Ci = CUJ time 1l PANTS lac I trimmed about200 a J glO0eacquality regular f IENGL DERBY IIBflt VeSTS pureJfl tbrM4 neck bug alJMoiJIItight match these seconds wOrth Iotc- m5iiejIgaflflcntl 25 v BEST 1 seeI z a i2Sa t r rSHEER HANPKERCHIEP LINEN linen on1yi yards to a customer regular valuey price peryard WHiTg IRISH jNI SUIT inches medium Weight l2Irtia r regular 5Ocvalue price yard OI7C t LltfENSHEETING jnches thread to 1tamer is a rdgu 0 00 I iwcs3w iL H55- t1 IIfjou1ike 1Go9Tb1II t and confectionery look goodandaxe bU good tII They Will fr1ak YOU r 1 df IIL1ungry1II 1 made and perfectly r Iil IIwell Give us call i I LHERTLEINt I 0 DJHTGF1ETTtI Pamps Tillhifig Pibitibing Hot Water and 5teamfleatng i v j ASPEGIALtY T Give atrial ALl work guaranteed Prome SerYlce f 4 SPRINGFIELD KYL i x if jtt Ii Before m lfter tiilire j if When d6youwant the kiht kind X- o 4oflicy Rernemberatft j i C1 polity can not Jbe chang s+ 4 r XrX c t 3ut before thire you tan extra ct sctc Jan J6Winsurance company whe record aSsreagqi i will guarantee you the 4ilfilImezt t fMs poicisL IIhaveonIrcompaniesthtareonso Wak j Xr factone has been continually i fWin M ff 203 J years Ii Seeme let prote t 4- II fireancItornaJo5 4 of VitR Lits j loI w V i Notice 1r All peronsthvIng claim fl against the ei G W Ty i1eCpastdILhi present tiame pzjqIY pthVeoIO the und r 1iotto1 SSpringbefore t rt tor 1iJQl I will elilg p dlsttbut sal l etaiJ i pr fOWl1 TkitonfAi J aa GW rayi5o- Ingh1q lJltv 1l2 tf j t 1 UMBRELLA in thiq ot first 2c value J 1 and half kle kilN draWers are nd the firsts tire 5Oc this te pure 50c pale per 3ScJINGfwfull 8Q wide not over loa cust toni IQ jsale per 90 wide round yarn not over 10 yard 4 This ar li35 pecyardati deonBpe iaJ8aleJ1 1 f t They delicious a iII j me t fS at no J lo f ia in i ii a ji of Icr my IAf q i uC and line fIII w cv w uscT- r 4 r r ClllD fu Hfi T 4t ll I iIA J 14TH ANNUAL d- r ilJ c t i f irJC w r t I str2 h o = tJ ft t t z J tJ IJ rfai m f i r Q- J 1II a or I 2 n r J f Blue Ctrass Gradedi it S j i j t Y f and SchoolsHighr f I r fY eT7ttr 818r t r y f AT SPRINGFIELD Kjy irs t Threel Days of Spiritedr d Contest and I J FriendlyF dI y Rivalry1 ii- k t n l S tp r tW 8MEDALS AWARDEDX l IOfthe Leading High1 School Ball Teamsl- 4 Battle For The StateChampionLhip 6t r r p- c i woaig Nights of Contest fn Oratory piMusic Vocal and Instrumental Y S holar bip Contests Athletic Contesti of all Kindss t t ih More than 200 Contestants fromnOmStanford Law t J renceburgBardstown Campbellsville Lduisvijlle Male C tI High School J and Calfdwell College i- tt ir 1 itCome and See What YourrIt Means Better Schools and a Brighter Jfr 11 Light in the old Kentucky Honjie I EVERYBODY ELSEII ING 11 I J1rlt it 11 J1f6 1r r ttJ1r Jtitr 1- ry ii iJ J ji o = = r 1a Patriosinfr 1TIeeeIfe it Jlarger factor is life liberty sad the pur ef than most people are aware Patriotism r w1w Banger but not dyspepsia The confirmed dys M p t uM kfo son stratagems and spoils The wH geNS ta the rout for his country With a weak manj t J 1 wilt wa wreakaoldidr and a fault finder 1 T forIeelsitkr Diaaisa jthe stbtsiach and other organso1dt gration and 1 r twtntia e ttoaptIy and permanently eared the use of DISSOVERYg4i r N b I a ap Ue bd wkk s t ed Ile1I aid i Discoveryaeifas iao i rttt3tre NatMrp 1uitp eavendbook per 1M w 14 DW t Aeeliietiesr1t Y l awlit Yr1raidant Sneak 1i X L I The Bell Buzzard riie irdi iitizKird full come back to Ohio lUiMinlltiK to tile newspapers Hi Van ttDItvo weeks npo In Jtos p uitv winch in in the southern Vurt r lilt slate and his little bell was tinkling ns merrtry as ever tip hat duns the bell uround bis ueclt elute ortit1 onentlghtltlcP 4KVrf lMir glartl then lie bns vomevbacik Ju that satue pun OWo Z orJ Uprh the small dlst one or all Before comesacroestheAnd Btntly opens mothers door to make his mprnlng calk rile putrthesardenjTie htlittleuer rethw ritrth hr tprin eside 1P clAttktt winter tnnS LiraCarIaAtona IllttlIi lulitrtttll JtlU hlw ptd- xtt 1hitn 11IIlt al tiCCtiiliL- r t asktAppisA lionit dinner was tuloKlxlDRi iMj pie and tWIIObudthe apple pie ghell the fibirdire of 2 to appease their Ii0tiesl k crav ings when npplfes wort dollar ai pound It was njade bybeakfng foyfj soda crackers Into In ea tflrern butYl and livuritiK over them q pint of ct lhl water renderedvery tartb bltri add When soft the cricrkebi were laid pii a pie plate oh the Jindercrust Over them were eiftedti tc vo table spoonfuls of light brown jJignr and a little allspice and clnnaind if pretty perforated top crust wpsa decfitnd in if few minutes a perfect apple pie was t taken from the oven to delight young and old New York Sun I- Wit fl r A Atoiy Waal duortosnltbc farmers wife when Dusty RhOdes applied for a meaL Would you be willing to doti a few chores AtMadam said DUltylt youll gl l me something to chaw on Ill chaw all day Harpers Weekly Too Quickly Sir I wish to marry your daugbt Susan You do eh Are you In a position to support a familyIOb tBetter besure sit of It There are ten of asToledo Blade Unsatisfactory JVbat became of your Ideas of slra if tV ABLES BIG HOOKS ENABLE HIM JO HIDE BALLI HaVry Abies the giant south paw pitcher of the New York X Americans enjoys one most J unique distinction He has thp A most Impressive set of hands ever seek in professional base I ball x The hams that Honus Wagner calls hands dwindle Into x nlficance alongside the Inslgtt of the big new portslder from Texas Not only are Ables hands exceptionally Largeas J large as patent washboards alp most=but his lingers are exjcep tiounlly long The digits areso f long that Abler can tilde a rcgu 1 latlon baseball In the palm of ids hand A regulation baseball by the way Is nine incites In clr 4 cumferedce Abtes has as much natural srafT as any pItcher whO has j oven been Oi fast company Had be the experience of some of the old heads he would right now be one of the greatest phenoms of all time He can simply do nny thing with the old horsehide Ables believes that his big bands and long fingers give him natural advantages possessed by no other major fea ue pitcher His fingers arc so long that the ball drops In and among them much as a marble would in the hand of a boy Consequently Ables does not have to cover up x his pitching handwlth his glove as most twIrlers do ooQ LARKE PLAYING GREAT BALL anager of Pirates Now Putting Up Wonderful All Around Game Where Is that gink who said Fred Clarke bad seen his best days as a bill player Find him for us and well show him whats what Right n w the leader of the PIttsburgf Pirates plnylngns well as he ever did Ho- ii thebc ervtblng that comes out Into his lit t e spot In left fluid Last winter several experts said that larks was about due for a big stomp roti r 1W ft ryi nxr j Photo by American Press Association 1lELDrr FRED CLARKE LEFT Lit tbe1911It IIl aver and manage the team from the bench Fred has surprised them all ami is setting a fine example for many embers of his team to follow f Yes every team in the country Is looking for balk tossers of the Clarke c Jlber With a few of them on any am winning pennants would be an eisv matter The Difference In Speed The professor of shorthand In n local uslness college adduced this unan werable argument In an address tb a cw class the other day We are told that It took Gray lU ttior of the well known Elegy IJaCountry Churchyard seven years to vrlte that famous poem If be had no wn stenography lie could have done IrIn seven minutes We have gradu es who have done that same poem iIi that length of time Cleveland lain Dealer He Would Indeed Wbata this vordr ton asked Willie pointing It out In his bbok Phenomenon milled pa Well what ltrlbntT Thatt my son Is exactly what yon ould be If you never disturbed your t ther with questions Cntbollc Standard Und Tlnn a DiiappointedbJr X Oil r4 lttD doing gnlte i1IInnlhIt nit Mr X XIIverybody VerybodrII n pl rtousand HBy IKidne J 1 Itiyontter11 ascuimentorset tlingitidicatesan conIelition ortlle kid- neysv iiff it stains ij IIfney iiSnrwalto convincing proof that the kidneys u d bladder are out of order WHat To Do here is comfort in the knowledge sc of en expressed that Dr Kilnicri S nipRoot the great kidney remedy fn fills every wish in curingrhciinia Isffl p injll the back kidneys liver bladder avery part of Alie uriuary passage It corrects iuabilify to hold water an d scalding pain in passing it or bad t acts following use of liquor brine ot beer and overconias that unpleasantiy e city of being compelled to go bite d ring the nnnd to get up utan tcs durinj tits iiih The ttt11d and the extraotdiuarj effect of SwampRoo highestvaforits cures tr ssing cashes If you Bead a medical yc u should have the best Sold by drug gi its in fiftycent and one dollar sizes you may have a sample bottle and a erk that nt outit Both tCllsl1Ucbj mail K loner 8t hs mton N Y When ton of n piiooc viiting mention thjs paper and don In le any mistake but remember tht name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y r j r- n 1 ChiBdren Cry for Fletchers rif t r j The Kind You Have ebnInyears has borne tho sigma o of j IIj and has been made under lip per sotllalsupervision since its ne I AHoro1 no one to deceive youjln tJ1bJIA1LCountcfelts nttatlons and uJustafigood tiro butExperiments that t ofInfants c against Experiment What is GASTORIAJpastorla is a harmless Bubstltutq for Castor OIL Pare jgone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasnnt Itrcontains iielttier Opium 2Iorphing nor other Narcoticsubstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Wormsand allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrfioch and WindColic Ili relieves Teethingr Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency IWsshnilatcs the Food regulattho IIStomach and sleepTheMotheca Friend fIGEN- UINEI CANTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of v r f The AIwaysftMighilIn J Crrr e r L 1l r iti t t rqI irfri tj I F I i i i Vii i I 1 I exrIIRQr Mlic Service Season 1911 J3T f At h ThurmansFarnv SSpringfield Kyif 1i I 1 jIyBourbon t1495 Jifi F I djestnntt JJ54HandstFoaed i90p v i It i By Bourbon thief 976 sire of Bourbon Einglliontgomery Oliver etc 6407 by Red OlbUd 2197 s 1 Il IICblef King 2196 LeGrand Clark 746v Chief 2575 i I If he ICertainlyII- t s l To Insure a Living Colt l t IIfeeJ25K Intu jrq it lHands foaled 1903 Wilsons King 296 fr dam Mrs Cropper byRed Bill dam Mrs Cooper by Red Bill V dam Wood by Blue Jeans 3 j IIBy a refid saddle horSe and a good bred oe be IKing thatsir the darn of both Bourbod ng and Chief and tracing on his dams side to Blue Je s3 one saddle horses ever owned in Kentucky He isla nicesmooth individual and can rack and trotas fast as anibody orse L Fee I5S to Insure a LIving pitJv r x I4 Jack ODiamojidsIP v AjriWe think this is t eat jacki Lock at Iiimtf you doni llkohim look at his colts theni Yo u don thm tberek somethingro Fec 0 to Jnsuffr CpH Jo f IIWithyouorthej i Governor r Billy jt 1hite points tS J1ndltbigh He is bYlpi r Jack and outofa Black HawkJehnet A Indivil himself a reafbreeder He will serve mares atl 10 to Insure aLivipg Colt I T r I Jt 1THURMAN PET 4 L tS RlNqY r I I ii 4 Af The Secret of Youttt Do you ever wdrider liow you can remain young or why other women older than you look younger than you do trThe secret can be put in a few words Preserve you will preserve your youth Yhealth we mean not alon physical health but nerve health as Sometimes magnificently stronglookingrwomen are nervous wrecks- But whether you are weac Physically or IDIVousIy you need atonIc and the bestt topic for you iis ardui f systemsItJlelpsJ AnfYITTie r j 4tIWoman s Tome- Myst mother writes Mrs Z L Adcpclc of SmithF ville Tenn is 44 years old and is passing through thefchance of life She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly r My futhef stepped over b the store and got her a bottler of Cardui which she took according to directions and now feelilikeWrite to Ladles Advisory Dept Cbattanoopi Medicine Co CWlwoHs TCM Itr SpedatltutTttcttons and 154paje book Hoa Trettmeat for W Moaart tree a