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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 IzI ESTABLISHED M I 2 jii b4 A IN 1683 I to I i MEW t r EiESYOLXYIILNO i 22 SPRHSFIEID WASHINGTON CPUNJY KENTUCKY UNhl911i tJll r Jl lt 1 ooPi I ir i II1 FRIED POTATOES SW eft tIN tfFrM Pushe m In Parts af Frane Tbe street TC dlng pf pommes frttes er Freack fred potatoes Is peculiar to the iiortnern1 part of France Pomt ttbes frlte tAfti Mm plnre of poanuta rfriS jiaiiivUivT ro jsiid li nitnli the ihk same fashion Not wily U this trade f carriedou In some instances as a regularly established business but work Ulllng their w1feveningw aid sell thee fried potatoes from pWHcarts Their profits often exceed jtkelr days wages tile Mt7peInserted through the flooring GI- vertIWhtckI yrtated the large InMMMmi iolfliag the fat obtetoe ra beef wet Raw potatoes after totr pared irekpreasl through a special cptttng macalae comlkg out in long narrow foe Isl ed pieces These are Imraedl teiy put Into the boiling fat aad fn ievera11uuts are thoroughly cooked TJ1e7are thea salted and sold In small Ijaper cornucopias holding 1 or 2 cents t worthwOmme Advantage that they supply a satisfying and nu rltive meal for a few cents This Is Jespeclatly Appreciated by the mill employee during the noon hour as they are thus enabled to have something hot with their otherwise cold lunches father than to the trouble of wpar1ping the house with the odor of boiling far many families prefer to purchase the freshly cooked tubers from the 4nearest vender These Irled potatoes shareduring the day and are eaten like pop Consular RepOrtsI yBULL ANTS OF AIF11Ag r Elephants Lions ami Even Man Himj Self Fie Fr m Them In Terrw t ttaltorests9Afrlc Is f the great bull ant Unlike other ants if carries nothing away everything la ion the spot Every kind of beast and reptile elephants lions gorillasd f snakes and man himselfQees before this terrible Insect r These ants march through the for ests In n long thin column two Inches wldt and miles fu length If they come to an open space where there are nu trees to thjirrow underground and form tunnels through whIch they march on It often takes as long as twelve hours for one of these armies to pass Any creature overtaken is at once attacked with Irresistible fury and In stoutly devoured The strongest and the weakeSt the most fierce and the most timid of creatures are alike their prey Ift Natives overtaken by thern seek ref- ugein the nearest river or pond Yet even when the ants themselves are drowned their strong pincers refuse fb relax their hold upon any flesh they jlmar have attached themselves to nnd i though their bodies are torn forcibly Awny their beads remainKCertain barbarous tribes when a man is condemned for witchcraft fasten him to a free and leave him tQ the ants When they have passed e skeleton alone is left to tell the tale lJa ionslSpotted Her Romane r was blessed with a romantic brain cAa q even not satisfy me for lOng So the thought suddenly entered my head to have my husband madly in love with me One evening as we were promenadlngthd bank of the Vistula under those van erable trees which shaded the less un sophIstIcates loves of the beautifu Marie dArquln t brought round the conversation to sentiment I main tatncd that no happiness was possible to this earth cxcejtt In a Teclprocul attachment both lively and enduring My husband Utter listening to me In dulgently for a little while looked nt trhis watch called my attention to the lateness of the hour observed that our cnnslns were becoming very tiresome ajul that it was tinie to po In IItCountess Potockai t Mewolrb Explained In Italian A woman 1Iih1F081htdiIi policeman ou fourth uventip the other ilay and said plntlnto r wizened Tprlorh i looking Italian Tlfls man has ask me the rnr to rmfrteiiAb street but I cant make him nnderstnnd fioW to get tb rctSure J11 explain to hint In Itallan said the pollcemnn Looka here illchjfelajyou walkn right on a thisi Btrectn two bloeka tllla you comea jlto abeegn wide strecta and that is jdrazle nckncwledged the Italian gratefullyl Me flnda heeml New York Presti to rART OF JUGGLING A Moans of Recreation For the Seden tary or Bedridden of conjtirlns Uu allied art rt ofJuBgllnjiMsoii of the most amus InKjnnd valuable of diversIonH espef I daily to the sedentary Many physl clans liecome expert In juggling but It Is to tliolr patients tIltltlt Js most i iiReful TJlj4beiifldOeu If they rctrtln the iB i j f Jlier hSadsi mhy beguile many f StwrJ our1oJ learning to keep three orifar tennis balls In the air at ouc und in balancing sticks and other sim- I pie objects on the forefinger or on tin tJh1n For th brain worker w o1loes not icare for walktagthere Is no better toJreason to fear MM iara of paralysis1 S54he educating iiHs sed cerebral cerebelfir and IVSMI ceuters by the lJclaccopk1evementsj reqnliv edla juggi4a J tHe to act aI an efflcVeai preteuHve We 4o pt wfeh to claim too much for KH uuof thte kind beLt we may peat eat tkAt It tea4g to tct neavew pe4 se sad that ejsggl1n trick can bf ttoftrT ioe If tlk p V former tuJBlfs la Stiitf U nVen a JAI4 bear aM easttestAmeea Xidkth J 11 TJTIlE NEWSLEADER Public Sale Wedding and Booze The following is said tQ have been the production of a printer after havinjET imbibed ton limited degree on bootleg hydrant water He had beu given thetaccount of a wedidng to set up ith which he got mixed up ittia sale bill as follows Public SaleWilHath QR Jones the only son of Mr Rude rs Josiah Jones was dips9t of at public auction to Miss Lucy A ndsonon my jfarm one mile east of Leonardville in the pre sence of seventy guests including the following to wit seven muled twelve bead of cattle Rev Jackson tied the nuptial knot averaging 1200 His on foot The beautiful home of the bride as tastily decorated withone John Deere Sulky plow 1 sulky hay rake 1 feed grhder 1 set double harness and just before the ceremony was pronounced Mendelsohns wedding march as given by one mule cow 1I Jersey cow to be fresh in the spring carrying a boquet of flowers wearing a gown of 300 ocks of corn 9 stackspf hay 40 acres of wheat antIot pf other teedstuff Thd groom is a young man of ood character stands well in society with 12 Berkshire pigs and C Duroci while the bride is an accomplished and talented teacher of a splendid Bheep in cluding one ram with pedigree Among the beautiful wedding presents wa a beautiful set ofrsilverware including six sets spoons 2 sets of knives and forVs ope steam engine and thresher one reaper and mower one gjpcan and other articles too numerous to montipn Thebridat couple left yester terdjiy for an extended honey moon trip Twins nine months tunchwill be served after wh gh Mr and Mrs Jones will be tit home to their many friends in cosy home at the corner of Wdlv nut StCo1 L B Brady Auc ti oneerExicked A Mad Horse amuel Birch of Beetown Wis had amost narrow escape from losingf his leg as no doctor could heal tjiirightful aore that developed but at lastl Bucklens Arnica alve cured t bealerjofj scaldid uter corns coldsores pUeson eai th Try it 25c at Haydon fc Robertson Aviator vs Eagle Paris May 25 Dispatches fromf Burgos Spain tells of a battle in the clouds between Ved rine the aviator on his Eight over the mountains in the air raceJrom this city to Madrid Spain White soaring at a lofty height a monster gray eagle at ttacked the ayiator swooped down on the aeroplane beating the avTator with beak and talous Vedrines aeroplane required all his attention because of the treacherous air currents over the mcnintains and the airman wasP at a height of 4000 feeti with the country lying dim be neath him The great bird circled round and round the aeroplane evi dently thinking it a new and monster member of the bird family Finally Vedrine man aged to draw hh revolver and tired two shots at the eagle driving itoS When the ariator Ll landed at Burgos he declared ihe aerial battle with the that giant bird had given him the most exciting moment of his career At one time tbe eaglp attacked Vedrine sO fiercely thatthe avi torbad to take his bands off the llevers and momentarily lost con trol of the machine It was at tli1inalfirst shot went wild but fright enedthe bird and the second gainIec1time to keep it from crashing to the ground Dwelling Burned The dwelling and smoke h useI of Mr George Bishop near Mayo were completely destroy edbv tire last Thursday after noon Nearly all his household goods and a quanity of meat were consumed The fire was so rapid that when one of bisI sons went upstairs to get somaC of his clothing the flames cutj him off and he had to jump o tJ of the window The fire origi nated from the kitching HceI T luheonly 350 insurance1 Flarrods burg Herald Tobacco Mixed 4 With Hemp Fiber If you go into any of the big factories of the cigarettemaking firms you win find in some patltI oiit a storehouse filled witbI h aeapscollected from ships and shipI yards through the junk dealer writes Henry D Bellsmith in the Farmers Journal Here is aT p e of owshOffidswaste by the ship fitters andf saIlorsj there a pile of old roped but all are hemphemp mindI you not tobacco Now just as nicotine is the essential pr perty of tobacco and as morphin is the essential property of opium so hemp hilsI an essential oil more terribly poisonous than either the tobacI co plant pr the poppy This is known in Turkey and Persia in the form of hascbisch or hasheesb but its dangerous pro perties are so well understood that it is rarely indulged in even iin the country of its origin It acts directly upon the brain spinal column jts action is simi lIar to that of opium but Infinite ly more vicious and it has the same property of awakeoir g a cravingi in proportion to its use Consequently when you find that his hemp rope is fed into a machine which tearsit to sbreds and turns it out in the form of tine fiber and when you find that this fiber enters largely into the manufacture of the Turkish It cigarettes for which you pay fancy prices you will begin to realize where the harm come In The experience will instantly detect the presence of a cigarette smoker by tile sickly smelling fumes of the hemp which fumes are usually nauseating even t0 the most confirmed tobacco smoker If youIouLd that jour boy smoki d opum or that yOur gi was addicted to morphine ou would bave a pretty bad oaf hour would you not And yet you smile with indulgent tolera tion as your son drifts into a habt that is infinitely more fatal lo body andmind He is becoming a victim of the most souldestroying drug habit known throughout the wide world hasheesh supplied sorI I IMasqilorade Carnival II Thursday Night Julio 1st A pair of Skates will be given to the party who gets the greatest number of votes for being the best masked party on skates All IIqueraders will be nurnbired masIIII III Admission 10 CI guiseofltobaccI large upon the f such cigarette ViIStO daily press tells its I have simplyi stated f leaye 1o themIanwhereIyou one danger of cthomlngavictum s Ghastly Tasfct wlastI w T John ladangjey was carried ditTues ay wben her husband obe of ihe oldest physicians Barren county with his own hatids and fat the risk of his own ife dis interred her disintegrating body from the grave in the j yard of his home here and placing it in a closed wagon staclectr on hjs overlandk journey tq Bowltng Green the childhood homesof Mrs Langly Severall months ago Mrs Lang lev died after an illness extend g through miny yea Sfoehusband after spending all he- adh of this worlds goo s in try ng to save har life st3jbh3r to the last obeying he r very wish A few moments be tore shet passed away she asked bat her body be taken to Bowliig Green Dr Langley was un b nat that time to accompany the body be ing ill himself buthad tburie near the home here A Jew he sentfor the und daysI come anti remove the body When the grave was openei it was found to be full of w Her the Lj disintegrating and the de t was so bad that thEj ler taker closed the grave and in formed Dr Langley thit the boo y movedLThehusband hat his wifes last reques should be granted if it cost hirp his life He then opeued the grive him self made anopenitei in the earth beside the grave and ditch edthc water into the liole and wi h his own nands washed the face of tha corpse and wrapping the body he placed it litik wagon and started ou the tiresome jour ney to the picturesque valleys of Warren county where shje longed j to be buried Course In Agriculture Il During the coming summer the College of Agri Iture of the State University r like all oliier departments is offering a short courseIiWhile the course as prepared for the coming season is especi ally adapted to the needs of teach erStit meets equally well tlie needs of the practical or pros pective farmer The utline ofr the work will probably be shap ed much in accordance with that offered in the shor winter course which extends tsn weeks The summer course however offers many advantages which the winter course cannbt enjov such fur example as visiting the growing cropson the exericent plots or at ElmendorfiOpp jv nfor- a Certain degreo f specializiiion that is a student may aevote his particular attembntddairying poultry husbandry Ian crops hoiticulturp entomcgy the science cr ihe live stOet Resides the regular ork lan ned for the stdents ip the Agricultural i Cuiege as in other departments a special lecture thejJlecturthejJj specific intere to students in any department ofrhe University The summer course will bef 4ttl city students can veporif immedi ately to the College of Agricul ture where a listof boarding places will be on hind tromI whlchthey can sqlect For information add eSB T R Bryant fcjupt Extensibn Div I son The Skariog Rink wmtbe pe1 every Tues ay Thurpdaj and thturdayniKhts bur wiLL not 01Iaccount of scboJ1 tonrhrneatt Police Court Story IA weeks ago a pitiful case was brought out in a Police Court trial in a Kentucky town A traveling book agent had sold a Bible to a lady for 1172 taking a note therefor which was signed bythe women who also signed her husbands name In e course of timd this note hay ing been deposited in a certain bank for collection and not be ing paid when fen due was placed in the hands of attorneys who brought suit against the woman and her husband in the Police Court The woman BI tified that she and her husband owned no property of any yaJue l that hecould not read nor write and that she had signed the note under a misapprehension that itI was merely a memoranda or con tract showing that she had purchased the Bible and bow much she should pay for it She said she had always longed for a Bible one that would con cain a family record wherein she could record the births of her two brighteyed little children who played around her while she was on the witness stand and that she thought that she could pay for it with her surplus chickens last year but that on top of other misfortunes the chickens had all died and tears came to her eyes as she told bow ft broke her heart to have togivi up the Bible after she had been permitted to read it for several months Under the hard rulesi oflaw judgment went aeaiost her but a number of bystanders and attorneys who were deeplv touched by the womens recital greed llut she hould have thlBible at all cost aod at the con clJstono I1q went down the street to a bookstore and bought a beau iful Bibie with a family record which he pressnled to the woman who wen away with a bright face and a light heart No gentle reader this did not happen in China Korea or even Africa bur- ini Hartford Ky Hartford Ste publIcan Big Pay for Preachers Evangelist Billy Sunday the former crack baseball play er on Sunday received 15428 58 for his six weeks work fromC the people of Toledo OhioJ This breaks all previous record iin the history of Sundays work The largest sum that Sunday ever receiyed previous to hisi T Holedoat New Castle Pent The high est amount received in the Sun day collection was a onethou sanddoilar contribution fjom a depar inent store Thenext two highest were of 500 offerings from the Frsfe National Bank ar d4- T W Warner A feature of the collection is that approximately 10000 of the amount was given by persons of ordinary means More than 800000 persons attended the meetings while tbe conversion rpached 7800 Thisi beats the worlds record ayss for conversions wbichwaft held by New Castle The cot 1o verts ioclude men and women from everj phase of citizenship of Toledo The big featue ofIt the conversions was the lareI 1numbercas county barand county officials who bit the s wdustI trail I STRAYEDFrOm my plica 7 miles Southeast of Lebanon on I d fillyjt rewarded by W IL Bradshaw Lebanon Ky rr 1j Will Remove to Indianapolis Mr CC McGill and daughter Miss Mary will leave today or tomorrpw for Indianapplts Ind where they will make their future home Mr McGilMias two sons living in Indianapolis and it is that the f mUlmvbeJ J ttogether that he inovaj tl Be recently sold his s borne in this cty Itis with ereI 1 deepest regret that the friends of Mr WcGillandhia daughter will leara of their go log awayr1on F teon c iL Sentenced to Die J1i1e9 Jita Bucknor colored who was recently convicted of the murder of Policeman John A R bey and given the death pen- altyi was brought here from Louisville lat Friday to receive- sthl sentence Very few people knew the negro was to be tbrought to Lebanon and pnlya small crowd was in the ourtSroom when the sentence was pro nounced The court 4faxed the da te of execution for June 9 but as it is yery probable tbeelec ttric chair qt the EddyrlUe peni teuiiary will not bein readiness at that mybaTheprisoner stdod wble the court referred to his crhne and told him of brutalI dlct of the jury that he mudtrdie iBE was asked if he had any legal ca tise to show wbv the judgment anfl sentence should notbe pass ed norpryhatl iing him to die is as follows is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that the defendant Jim Buckner betaken im nediuly from hence by John A Burtoo sheriff aDdW T M ddenJ jailer to the peniten ttiary at Eddyyille and thereon he 9th day of dune 4911 before sunrise by the warden of sajd penitentiary or his deputy placed in the electric chafoI ibijllt for the execution of crimi na a and then the electric cur rent be caused to pass through hiis body with sufficient intensity to Wcauedeatbiy as possible and the appica j tion of such current continued un tii the said Jim buckner It t iiI deM l lucknori tcI andffrnflrY1 j ati Eddyvilla Lebanon p JrseJ Catarrh tCthe little Hyomel pronounce It H home Inhaler is made of harii rubber and can easily be carried ID pocket or purse It will last a life time toto this Inhaler you pour a feir dr0p of magical HYOMEL this is absorbed by the antiseptic galize withlu and now you are ready to breathe It In over the germinfest ed membrane wh re it will speedily befln Its work of killing catarrh germs HYOMEI Is made of Austra an eucalyptus combined with other antiseptics and Is verj pleasant to breathe It Is guaranteedto cure catarrah t bronchitis sore throat croup cough and colds or money back It cleans out a stuffedup head in tyro minutes Sold by Haydon WillettaHd dniggUts everywhere Complet outfitincluding indestructible poc ket inhaler and one bottle of HYO MEI 1100 And remember if ypu netd a second bottle of HYOMEI ItI willl cost only 60 cents Pied After Brief IIllness rJ Allen Spalding died Friday afternoon near five clock after a brief illness bfI brpnchial pneumonia He was 13 years of age and a son of Mr ana Mrs Tom B 8paldiogroi this city Though of a retiring disposition deceased was a popular young man and his sudden death cast a gloom over the coin m Unity The funeral services were conducted Monday morn- ingl at St Augustines church by Rejv Fattier J A Hogarty and iinterment was in the Catholic eeimeterfThe pallbearers wejre four brothers Messrs Jiunes L amd Louis Spaldiug of this city and Oscar sad Ror bert Spalding of Chicagot ill and two cousins Martin Spald iing and 8am Cooper Deceased isi jsuryiyed by his patents and four1 sisters Misses Alma Elizabeth Cordelia and Mildred SpIdingMarIon Falcon Notice All persons having claus Is afSiwit tae estate of GW Ta r lcr ieee I 8 f will present saffle pcojMriy Myetp the i4er if e4 oct T8 Hayes Sprisjr fl tl bitorJn2l 9lJt wlcka I wiD tt- ayeioniI JWlitteW-THIS i4j ril Jiff liW FZT4ZXTAYL0k A lmr of George W Taylor pr t ngdJ Ky rfi J l 14th Annual TounMime n iLVEGlAS- SGraded a1HlHJIlt Sckootr June 7 saM9 i IfSPRINGFIELD 1 PROGRAM WEDNESDAY MORNING June1 Assignment of Visitors to homes Afternoon Ball game Stanford vs BardatowirtWEDNESDAY EVENING arEnA 8aS D clamatfonMaleSenIOr 1st prize dbyRevP R aennessySd prize donated by DTapp- DeclamationMale Jjmloc 1st prize donated by e JcPettas Piaiio SoloFemale Jst prize donated by Boblitt Drown Co 3 Piano DuetFemale- Twolet 1 prizes donated by Hayden Robertson 4 d McClure Mayes Vocal Solo Female JohnPolinTHURSDAY JUNE 8 t MORNING AT SCHOOL GROUNDS i 900 Tennis Simlte Eirstpfjze donated by facultyof Springfield Graded J SchooliwTennis Double Two lat prizes noDonatedfirst National Bank c SCHOLARsWPCONT3tsj at School Buiidinir GRAMMAR SCHOOL DEPAZTMENI 800 to 12KXCral iSpellin PupHs IertsonCiaybrookeC Rapid JbyMcWhorteJ Reading Pupils under 12tat prizer 1 d9natedby Dr M W Hyatt ritten donated thMcElroyM daental IfIi Ken libi United States History lst prize dpna ynr JCMEnglisk Grammar tat prize rfonated by Taa J Graves Jj Civil C5fernmentIstprizeidonated ilLeabnj5ampbcl1 G eogtapbylatjratedktfningbam Duncan 4 w1iiI Composition and Letter wltist4prize donated by WatnenWflfiW r8 RICH SCHOOL DEPAZTMNT Elementary Algebra 1st prise donated ltHlgberAJgebralat n4cEIroyWharthn H igher Arithmetic lat prize do4tei f bYBD Lake Plane Geometry 1st prize donated y t Bums Camden P prizedonatedby j Beginning Latin 1st prize donated jyhW D CiaybrookeS CaesarlatprizeLdlicerolatprize 2nd prize t VJrgillst tprize t Engl Composition 1st prizewPhysical Gepgraphyrist prize English LIterature1stprizeinEnglish First Year German 1st pvhreSSecond Year Gerrnan2ad prize UNCLASSIFIED LIST pPenmanshlpletjlrizet Drawing 1st prize Physiblogi latprlzeIiBALLGROUNDS asqyard Dash Jstpi e1100yard Dash 1st prize 2nd prize Standing Jump 1st prize Broad 1st pRubningjThrowingj Putting KlbShotrtlst prize Pole Vaultll Prize Irnmediatelyafter the conclusion Jof these events Ball Gwne pririgfield va Campbelleyilie orLawr nceburg THURSDAY EVENING t OPERA HOUSE 800 Declamation Female Senior fljrfrt prize donated by Burns Camden 2d prize Declamation Female Junior latprizet donated by a Friend Vocal Solo Hale 1st prize 2d prizd Vocal Duett Male Female or Mixed i Wo 1st prizes Vocal l QuartetteFour firpt prizes i Chorus r Announcement pf Winners of Contests r FRIDAY MORNING b FAIR GROUNDS 900 Half MUlat prize 24 prize Mile Relay iATi Public Oral ATOPEItMOUSRtSpellinglet pnce- AvardingMedata t All First Medals art of feoWrhiaeV Bomely engraved Alt Sod Jftf1 m Iieet matlOOaMJlYIk ae iruM The winner oftfeiMlr GaiiM1rittJ beplesenteda beaatlfiisner- c All persons tadeUe to Jibe e a toitoaHajrioa Malt settle by Jilf lsit1 U t I the books will be ivriM w J to os o e else for ccgtee WI l4 c thittiS LeoJJf Fo AIA IraielaeSt cd BB0 wakhg eelS s Yw t I i SUbSCk5piiON I J IO9A I13AR1- Itk I r SIW IMm4 T k1jT1jiJ T T bI t A i A tZr Alii IflUHMjT FMPeV h- aamW I ALwuuiJrE The tendency of Courts justice JobnMEJrlIan i1Ii fespected everywhere J3 e Jis admittedly one oftbe wor dii great jurists and one othorlds reatpatrots Pa maf t becnlled aneneuly pf ijrl fri Jiendi a id iuWanoy famous dfsee tlDif opinfon he referred to tesdenpy ot the caurtajnth1s w 1 r Wb hear that tie time has come when we S QsJd hold sp the llgbtof rpaFonjand look jit this actj as if tne saen 6fth t dayt freshly after thepfrsiige of e act Were mOving abwiti rknrs and did not kaofr rtisjt they were doiug or saying M ifrrthe now not yerj sboS fe ibat I hapadie rVlceofr ing tendency of thlsjday fc mj tMjandaj i J srsconcerBedvJjS 3 U 4W Qdl Ipendibhciirnedn bi4igettbelaw making powofThT cuntryhtch coztrQ1s it ioXiJf the J JislaUOlt they Retire 1jF ext thing they doiIs tbr ise the gkueStiooin soma case 1p et liItcourt to so construe the tonsil t tolbionorthe statutes ss to meSn what they want iitOWn That bas not been our practice The court in the opinion In his ctsesays that this aqt of means andembracesI plyI unreaonabte reiitramt off i dth in fit c ttJicticHtto hati this court hiss sid fifte that cthigeeee did not tend Ftactlcally tI1edeckaion1d pot moan the judlgJHpntrbat arts ofthe opirdoilstre to 4 ffect practically7haVtthe cpurka m ay by mere judicial cppsirjOC fionmendi the coqs1ttnioof jt i IpoI adlschievous an4s the 1Jpecit f + Indi61 L1t jjIR tFerMaaUtvCiert Money BckI 1When Haydon iIt wll tt stilt itthey have a remedy thit v Ii rmUlm 60 cents and Is gnaraHfefi M ira any man or woman who sujifejTrifd i Lfood fermentatIon or ooteybck i TrEatajre the poor stomach Hertr in8priafirfleW aaviCllTt iio1 do about It Food fermentation causes VekUlHC soiirstbmacb gas epictios kcfrt urn and that lump of ftao feeling as you know The nave of this meat reiMurlHI stomach prescrljKIoa M KT lfA M otpople oa1htIiemiuthiaaWsuiackt because they kMif that Jrela nortmedysogeod5eiiEtgst1sBf of steaaeii disorders Jl re Is Me opUteai Say Wea trb1sd witk Mi CMtira lea ere tha3S5f I kt ose box eMIOWA Nsa it rd as MowIweeJaBStIMrl tt a bX1Ztb 1bSSS fsr It ayua1tfsIcWrbiisI M- eM creiI fir N sAatc S4erM55t NkWill WabisW r 1NA a4 cb N acti tbK Jr aiM 4tu4atjqY Melt If tzseIIi lilL droa IcIAI i 7i c tilt WLEADE1SPJ- tlHGFIELD k ICY y tuY1ZY TURDA- Y AMESfJtt JOSEPPOL1N Editors Publishersa1- ndt THURSDAY iJUNE 1 1911 We are authorized to announce cQ4 Por41 t C as I candidate ibr Representatives in cthe Iowerousf the Kentucky Leg Iaturtt IZt asnir + countyy t itfjpit ubjeetJtotk action oCIthe Democn- Uet i irtiT tf tJi lv- l J hi American Tobacco Com 1 p ny jand iits accessories and snbordinate corporatipns andI COOPI Includhig the English cbrppratfpn the J Supreme C ted t States to be wereieldbt itfi aI 2theco blnatkC Shsrn3an antttrUt law Thee ccartTsebt the case back4o tbel lower cputt with directions to hear Iurthr the parties so as to asoerlaiB whether a new opdltt tionf ftnnofc be recreated in par mqmy with the Jaw Justice Bar Ian concurred in part with the I court opinion and dissented in prh f e Henry Bacon president ol the defunct GlobePrinting Company I E Jof Louisville testified in the 4 bankruptcy hearing PuesdayS that various sums of money badt been aid by the con erntomene prominent in State politics and former State officials He alsoI gaveiteBtimouy to the effect that J motfey had been contributed by the Globe to both city and State I a Democratic campaign funds soy eral years back t JP ShaXplviJeI r 7 Fa As my letter was absent last week I will now make a clean sweep and give aU the personal t 1l w inrfuJldeta11 of the past X anS present week both in and 1 bntof our litUe town r Mr o and Mrs R N Vowels of Stinnett spent Sunday with 4 friends at this place Mr Ernest Poulter and wife visited p F s ofBlopaiCLd t r J BrranV and family from SatnrvM ii day until Monday 1 l So of large amount of faicMu s s wppkin this community and Mr H0t Brown their representative washereFriday of last week re 4ceiving same at fair prides Mr George Robinson and wife of MooresviUe spent Saturday aid Sunday with Mr and Mrs 2b W E Robinson v Mr J C Cornish and family t of Litsey are spending a few fda wi hiMru uyates arid family lidE George W Bowen has gpne to Springfield this week to assume his duties on the petit jurfyv i Mr Oscar BroVn lost a yalu able horse last Thursday one which he had recently paid 200 for The horse came to his i death from the effectspf severe fall by stepping on a chain which was connected to the hal ter while running in thpastdreb at full speed fxMisses Birdie Brown and Nora r Bden spent Thursday night with Miss Georgia Rubinson1J Mr VUas Grahaui was with friends at Pulliacn Saturday and Sunday Judge Griffin wno has lord some time been in tt serious con dition is very much improved I and it is our wish r that the old pipneet will be able tp come k fvllt from his bed of offliotinn S and pluck aubrtier rosf of 1Sumii met It is rep ded that one of our gallant old widowers will in a itiprt time lannob out upon bec sea pf matrimony and maybe cast hisanchbrsafe for the great eat blessing heaven cats sen4 is a good wife 14 Mr Frank Crouch and daugh terivUited relatives near Claps i TinjlSaturdayi and Sunday In OLO of my litaers to Iii- Leader of recentJate I gave thec details of the accident in which 4 MrS Ben Poulter was the unfpr t wernan But sincei I have aJj tw Vcconnt of the accident and Will correct my for metabemeni4 i It1j tkue that one olhiarms i bad to be ampntiLted ude only Cc Vttffered the loss of one eye nJ Ii4tgteati of both flis skI1 was not trictareii save only few minor r1I1we1 Mr Poulter is now 1f gtgalongl line tuid his pltysi ay that hQ w111 recoverS rr 4 WitbOIitJJ difUu1t I Jib LeW1 Richirds1off Chp l1 eeuc mrtr JdienS tlfW 4yaadSRndayWiLUafldWat I telling his old friends about bis trials persocutionRdiana paheMcMr C B GrabaTJi was in Bar rodsburg Monday Miss Llzze Mae Grnhara bias returned to her home on the Kirkland road after attending school at Springfield for several months past t vho4asbeenhas returned to this place and will perhaps spend the summer with his brother J W The Blue Jays CornishI ready for business and their first same will perhaps1 be played at VanBuren pbssvblysome timein the next two weeksashbdefinite time has ye been mentionedn Mr NE Ward was in Bar rpdsburg Tuesday Mrr Eugene Tilbry and family of Lexington have moved here to spend the summer as Mrs Tilbry a health is in a declining condition and tbe change it is thought will prove ben 6cial to her yearsorpelpind of an exterminator for roaches and tven at Tatham i Springs jt seems that they have eradlcatearasshoppers also Rev A C Pmkston tendered his resignation as pastor of the churchSUnday eloquent sermon followed from the scripture found in the 28th chapter of the Acts of the Apos ties T lllBrainsspentat Tatham Springs Messrs JF Bowen Hershell Robinson and Vila Graham at tended the memorial l service at- airview Saturday afternoon I couid hardly beleive my eyes Tatham Springs last Sunday after viewing the beautiful sights and scenes I walked hither and thither about the hotel and when came to tbe parlor I stood amazingly gazing upon itsbeau tiful adornment whichwus a cus ter of Rockbridge Bntterflys I When you seethe Judge slapping his61d friends on the oJ11d r consider it nofctb tIe if drumming trn jtsufhigt usual l 8rY ole pIn royal friend P BILL BRAINS SCures Also Coughs Colds Croup and Sore Throat Haydon Willett guarantees HY OMEI pronounce it Highome to cnre catarrh acutc or chronic to cute colds coughs croup and sore throat or money back In cases of deafness caused by catarrh there is no remedy so efficient HYOMEI is aliquid extracted from the eucalyptus trees of Australia and Is a soothing healing germ kill ing antiseptic A complete HYOMEI outfit consisting of a bottle of HYOMEI and an indestructible hard rubber pocket inhaler costs 8100 For treating catarrh or any throat or nose ailment pour a few drops into the iinhaler and breathe Thats alll you have to do and as he air passes through tbe inhaler it comes impregnated with antiseptic yomel and this soothing healing air as itpasses into the lung reaches every particle of the inflamed mem rane kills the germs and heals the raw sore catarrhal spots If you now own a Hyomei inhaler you can buy an extra bottle of Hyomei for oriiy 50 cents at Haydon Wltletts or druggists everywhere Hillsboro As I was absent last week I wilt try and write a few lines ibis week 4 Mr J M and Erastus Shields spent Saturday and Sunday with he family of Mr Tolley Griffey of near Fairview Messrs Elgir awl Oscar Arm strog speutSiturdayund Suit day with Mr Armstrong Mr John MaL er y and famil- pent h Saturday and Suritiay with r Ed Hanby and wife Mr Claranee Dearinger and- ousin Myrtle Armstrong attended meeting at Mt Freedom Sua day and dined at the bomeof Mr D 0 Dearnger of near Sharps yule Miss Mallie Shields spent Sunday and Monday wJthv her sister Mrs SabaGpulter Mrs J MhejsrantSun diy wHrrMrsi diphn Armstrong MisS jeona Crpjvf iis f pme bet ter at present jrs Jobnjrmstrang arid t diioIer sint1ridayi with Mfn l t u1 Mrs ld Uailtif t Mr Dave flinies arid liamlly f j Iwispett last week with Mr J MJ Shields and family spentSL John Armstrong B Miss My rtW Armstrong spoilt l theJater parb of last weelr with Mrs J M Shields jMrs John Crow wasin Will isburu Monday shopping Mr Frank Yanqy w Sin OUr midst Mo nday Litsey I Mrs AG Noe and children are visiting Mr and Mrs SC Van arsdale Misses Rosa and Annie Kelley spent Sunday Wiihj friends in Frederickstown Mr and Mrs i R Reed visit ed Mr and Mrs Dan ftelley Sun r dav v Misses Emma and Julia Pol in spent Wednesday with Mr ati Mrs JR McAllister IMis Layiriiai OConnor is v- isitingMiMayme Donnelly tIlls week IM Carl Kelley of Springfield spent one day last week with the Misses Kelleys ChildrenFortheMusical That RdIt on the Bow of the Violin H 1iri A canary owned by n musical family jln London demonstrates Its extraor dlnary fondness for musical Instru miUfa whenever the Instruments are being played The birds behavior Is tn source of constant amufn T7t ana InteresteveryJIJUiLt tfud Is prayed where It ai7 ice3 the players fingers during the erifortnance When the violin Is Ing played It dinars to the bow no beIthe players l Pl tC7JrapltI A Game Dhre is a game which is especially Jollyj for playing around the table after supper some evening or Indoors any rainy afternoon called1 fisherman A cane or long stick must be found aydj to one end a eordtiud Form the op poslte end at the cord Into n very wide loop Spread out the loop end At the old flat In the middle of the table around which players stand or sit andj isk earl boy or girl to rest his fore lugcr on the table inside of the dreW yule the cord forms Some one net jug as flshermau holds the rod Two ommands are given by this player When he pajs Your fish each play- r must poise hlsforefinger as describ ed but when he says My fish all must remove their fingers with the greatestjcelerltyfor rts ho utters this last command the fisherman jerks up his rod with n quid tug forming a noose In which any unwary finger will surely be Imprisoned Any fish taken counts a point for the fisher man wbo li allowed to continue until he falls to catch n fish in his noose when some one else takes n turn at the rod The player catching most t fish in his round wins the game while thie person who Is oft llest caught must pay a forfeit Instinct of the Ant Of stories about the Instinct of the nit there lire n greaj number but the ollowlng told by Professor Levnllols s one of the Jest One dny follow nl an ant for n long time Sbi was car from the ant lull and setined to lave no Intention of soon returning nlho inldille of the pathflhp came iipon the dead liody of n Hlzoil nail She first wnlkcul nil around It and then ciltnlte l upon tIn ugly crea urcs hack crawle nil over It and nftcr this thorough pxnmlnntlon in itcad of advancing ns tafur imnip iirttoly returned toward the iioul Vhon hnlfway thore she met one of ier companions In nh Iiistuii hey nil torched or rubbed antennae with rent animation ami she was pursu ng her course The same perform nee took plnce when ant mot e ond and third of companions an soon us she had left them they jnlrkly turned toward tbe spot where he sHnll lay The first nnt soon en tered the nest and I lostt sight of her Uut ijite dpubtlesa continued her work Informing tthe rest for a long line of ants Immediately came out and set forth for the prey Ten minutes after ward nnnll was entirely covered with the yollbw swarm and by evening not a trace of It remained Playmg Possum Playing possum has become a common saying This has originated train Vliaf Is popularljLjtplleved to be 1U habitat pretending to be dead In this so called feigning the breathing is slotv and Teebfe ntidtlic movement Is almost concealed by the thick fur Butt lifcrc think that popular opinion Is wrong Space istoolinlitcd for details hut stead of felgulng death the animal seelb Swoon with terror It lain cotmmfhenslble that so small and d- cfpitss n creature should deliberate 2pjjjqlIself In the power of the ell CToiit ve can understand bow i- tijfatntwttli frlGbtSt NIcholHH Animal and Folks The nuinblrflf usefpl Jnlinals la th6 worlfl Is JustJRJipl4ftlTe same osth liamber of people ustiallaiiqds With tb tJlndfLt lets Ip horned cntuoI tful Uifr United States and ibout oven IH Horsesttt 1 a h- ejAIabatei aidIt AVasthe Causi ofa Very Ludicrous IIVistake By Clarissa MacUie Copyright by Aerie Press A so elation wI- t was a quiet rcsld tntlal street and It stretched away ffoailho glittering thoroughfare hllia dtmly lighted tuh net The long blocks were composed of rather old faslU ned red brick dwellings tho more j retentions fared with brownstone Lucien Braddock hs d chosen BlnnK street as the shortest cut to his apart ments In the which held Itself the nues e where Clrclelfotel above Whizzed lbelow the on electric between nilI two On this particular night Lucien traversed the street with unaccustom slantingIswinging ffhe drops tlrtnn1 ibed on his umbrella and paMered i against the smooth stiiffaceof his itmck iIntosh Once or twjee he poked his lhead out from under the umbrella io tike a survey of lip surroundings On second oecaslph he saw it and topped short In his tracks to stnrfl up at n Jlg ted parlor wlfidow Laden Braddock hnd heart of beau- tifult hands he hull knd In novels of marble brows anflnalabaster hand amid arms but In jlio course of his prosaic existence hel find never come across those marls of feminine Iovefl Ines lie had secjn pretty hands weroIonliofhls novel rending days Now he saw It It was white n idnow or marble or the alabaster of his novels perfect shape with somalI lingers tiniis to a pohit lor nn lipiint bo saw the whole hand tluirshp womans other liiuid was Hfted OJil tho shade drawn to the silt ofathtwlndow For the Hrst tlinojslnre he hnd r paus ed before the wttulbw lit atldool be clime aware that hKwna violntlng rules of politeuu Never befon liad he staved Injtgj n window In tliN manner and novie turned Imslih and resumed his wly through the poll- lag rain with mluxledt shame and on rioslty J hlJulIlit had looked so dcjijl white no Iffehss so rigid comiKujr d to the carele grace of the womnnVulpr sh- irahcd up to IllJIIhWII the shad vllls mind pictund n tlozen situation that nilgiit It Tor the ptvuliiu hlh s of the rJnJ f riiuiiiti niTi oirutu mm wns the lieauiiful haiti vfls ita113ZhJmill tulle blood tOs f IWllln he iirrivoij Int his hotel he missed subject from his mind tirU Lbmul bis uxenlng engagements 1wont his cusionmrv vigorous Interest nlsht as tie jiassetl through Blank strict hl4 eyes tnvoluutnrllt turned tovurd ibfc block where stood tile house that ioJoreSted him It wa some time bclord lie could locate the particular liousulbecause It was mere ty by the niHlov lighting of the room or the figure of iho woman who had stood there that lie might hope to roe ognlze the place pncc there Then came tim tier enlng when he was sauntering Ifdmewflid vith n pleas antnntlrlpation f he excellent dinner Hint would nwlt his arrival home there flashed on its view the saLe pic fturethnt he hOt sceim once before un that rainy nigh The same woman stood there Holding ltuk tbe role cot ored curtains vflth Jhut dead whit handIOnce more Lufcent Braddock paus and stare l up jit the picture Thh time he gazed womans blat framed In jts nlit of dune hair lift face was In shjuloxv tie faiiclt that she be lieaiulful and as shi did not tirffom hI position not make nny attcaiit to pull down th shade he vr htlhII smitten will u sense of lilt otvn milumaS and wltri nn liivolmitnrv reniovnl of his lilt h passed on J Then It was tint low nmuV laugh hr ko w siiit of the street Iuolon tt jifdnnd o jktd nrxuul lit could hart sworn at Ili laugh frbm WNtltnile of tlitvboiu Tin runt door liiilly ajar mi through fifota jMinel a rod Iji Hhot down ujltlM Ildfwnlk Witt a shruc of tUu elu aiders aiul an uu roiufortublo feflin tie went on II rexoiv thrt MpnonM nt let carlo ly again tciiptjuim Alown the tpngtb n Itlunk street Lie would ssmlkiji niort bltiik and trntcist hen sfr Weeks jaisi tianil ItraddM k ha quite forsottoiJ the Incident of the a mann wJMi thujn la banter hand Ius nes atfairx oftpnnstial tiunortnnca 1Iled his atmntioii to the txlllIlm r of nmnsenientimrtl tie found life flll to the brim wjtfi action When the lit warf removed on tIn evening of tlijvery lay on whirh h hnd won the which was to main him famous n jnong lawyers he rod home on lbelectric ear and from force of habirdruppcd oft at the cot nor of Tdnnk 8ri ct lie htid g nte bait Its length when hi was consclou vof sonic disturbance IIIlint of the aid ted brick dwellings bright lit it flickered against thp windows nut maidservant stood on the porch scr mlu bysterlcnlly piced Sirup Into a Rnlittpnn put onehalf cupfUl of sugar nn1 om cupful of water Let It a hhli anti then simmer slowly comerr find slrtipy THeti add a mpn Juice and one qtiar her of of cinnamon with n pinch of loves Slmmcf n minute longer then pqur over the baked np pies and ate id away In a cool place Serve with cewm or plain l EasyITeacher tiylng to puzzle him Tom my what i4the plural or vealth Tommy 1 ucker Scads Chicago Tribune Equivocal 9 Want y ra to get me somebody to Jake this pa tivhos a live wire umpbl4ThaVs dead easyJBaitl more Amerl ain Aii4the Vereii Meeting Jenlor Hw ninny glasses did you have lOst iitr sttaior4i3ffotie lenioPU4JVnSt did you work 1t1 Columbia Jester a CAN EASTERNERS t Li STOP TIGERS j unless Thyy Do American League Race Will BecomeProeessiofi DETROIT STRONGER THAN EVER Manager Jennings Complained of HayI Ing Too Many Good Young Twirler Team Batting Hard and Bastfs Like Demons RunninglIBy TOMMY CLRlt Gun the eastern teams stop troit Tigers give them a otherwise cause them to lose their man eating ways This Question Is now being asked by the baseball fans Tho Iwonderfnshowillg of club and entered the mouth of May with the longest lead in base ball history have almost caused the black hairs on thin heads of Hal Chase and Connie Mack to turn white Never In the hlstgry of the game has n team started off so well If It were a weak team the other managers would have Utile to worry about But Detroit Is a different proposition Jen nings has a club this season hard to beat under any turn and with a big lendthe Jobls simply that much harder Last yelir this Dctrolts were the vic titus of the worst kind pf hard luck otherwise they would have been fac tors to a finish This season every thing seomsto be breaklngthelr wnrrAnd In addition tho team has been rIMr f first base and the twirling stuff Is thc best Jennings has over had In fact f tho club Is fUllt30 per cent stronger thin last year Here IsufTolher point Detroit has a long list of Mines to play at homo It the eastern teams fall to stop the Tigers within the next few weeks Jennings and lils band of pill eaters will have a loath that will be well nigh invincible Irom then on the American leagfte race with become n proce plon Instead of a tIght Although the season still young the Detroit club has come pretty near putting the entire western section oh the blink by the mostsustained rush ever shown by any teani It with be very Interesting to watch the work of the eastern teams when they tackle Detroit Its up to tficm to overhaul them provided they are going to bo overhauled Toor ttwirling helped In gl iqljjc Ti e h or I Iet sea- minings recently couiplained that he haft too many good young twirlers Its a complaint that hi JlosiI lively unique in the annuls of base ball life on nQlictlou wlich other clubs In ho league would lUanyll come with becoming nvjrtity In striking contrast to the condition of affairs for the previous two years Always a great batting mid base running club It seems to elin proved over previous seasons Crnw ford is leading the league in batting and Cobb Is close up while Gnlnof la not very far behind Morinrty is wal loping time ball hurder than ever and Dolehauty also there with his big stick Besides teeing the hardest hitting team In circuit It is the great est base running club in either league With the team pelting the ball hard er titan ever and the players running the sacks like demons tho twirling staff stronger tjian over luck fa vorlng team It will be hard ssonicI t stopping them Tho catching staff Could be improved upon but is not weak by any menus Jennings has proved himself a sourceful lender lie tots been In charge of the team six seasons dur lug which time he has captured three successive pennants nn American J tongue recortl l Ills methods are unique Jetmings never drives his r plnyprs but Instills n never say dlo spirit Into them which has enabled the Tigers to win out in ninny games at tho very last minute When ho took hold of the team the members were flglting among theuisehes club was dlsorgaplzwl and Unished way down In the second division The following season he iierfwted harmony to such an cAtent that the Tigers won the banner Last year the outfielders were not on speaking terms Ilugbie parted with McIntyre and made Oolib and wtorc1 make up Once mars Jennings mond TrobublJ no ninnngir In the major cflgium has rippod up his Inflcljl ns ifken an Jiining For n test rlji he wits isfVcnMy rcusimd by ilie- rlllrs tlliT sal jiiil on Ihi k Ijr iitIIIIIUIV Wii nIl1rwon tl1t uuan1n lPWT lntl vnii ItoHsnmn S hnccf Leary an fOrJilln Tmlay Uff f m U oft Mori riy ftliIt CinlillillI elfhaut S liflffii und lUlsh Olenrv Tom Joneif was on rtrat Inst year Ho was slowuiff up so JonhfngH let limit go Another Mg mhUnlrp said the oS pert But Jennings hus landed l nI rcrklmr good first aackorjn Odlnor The latter is playiug n greatt game otI the initial station antI batting like a streak Take ofT your hat to Hughic He Is louder to be adrairwl by 5vt ry fmi 11 every cltr for his managerial nbflhI fy and hilt never say die spirit g To MayonnaisetJthe yolks jjeparated from the whites put a little 11tlo11nddJ ring and rubbing constantly ltmtct sauce requires great cnro and t tag as It still often curdle In spite ofll everything The bosr way Is to pry rett fh nrool pinco KHngji cold onuce requIring no ro iktug It Is Ipeclally for sHtnrts oj salmon tdbsteP or chicken Quick Pudding teet two ocgs until tight iud add them tou ncant plot of flour that lnJ oeen mixed smooth little milk tuft enough uinre milk to make u quart nltofcetli6r tnp lt saitopnii with t plaoh tIt salt sad tiHHpViMifnl of but ttT wMen bolls SUit Hour and eggs stir nnrt boil llv t nlnutiH mor nnd elther senve lint with thln ICIIIUE sweetened or tiwtiy IntTiUKli Jetcool nntf serve within plata custard t flavored wlttkvnbllfte IS r wy j 7iV I It You Can Bay I 1tPii C 4 L l 5 cJJsm Handsome duSJVV XKK X K KJVVVV2I Boston LeatKer Automatic Davenport I J I 2II smallL4JIvenience It is solid oakor birch mahqgany finished i covered WIth tuftdd real Boston leather It can be used instantlygboxconcealedttilduringgj25paying0 payments to your convenience tt oncoftiseMATCHLESSf BARGAINS vrehayeto offer yqu in ETgY t We and the i- o outputof9 largestbusiness i YOUR cREDiizs QOOffr i with us no matter where you liye and ye give you Jjust the same terms ofcash orI ToIiyou h9w we are mpchwe appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville n I iI WE PAY TIIEiFREIGHTIIto your home station tlius putting you onexacdjt the samefooting with customers i who come right into our stores WRITE US TODAY and tell us just Vhat you i would Hjce to buy in Furniture Baby Carriages or iGocartff Refrigerators Stoves Car t f I fullJIf TODAYIm1 Yi I t13 5tA1MII p + DnsingerOffiUhsgCo S J I J Iii loBiSTillel i I clip thls Coupon from the I INEWS EADERi geld IqfaiVe full bt I j i if1- i r If Ir THE LAR1rEsI CSnl 1JERlJlUSN K tlI l rrl TALE Of A NAILI 4The Queer Way In Which a Cr ruoWat Drought to Light Or John Donne famous IJnp Hsh divine nptl1Idt Wii livid injtflp rtlgn of James IYI a veritable Shprlo k riplmen Oo of his fanious exi oits wax as follows Flo rtijs walking In the churchyard whle 1 ghive was being dug when the seton east up n liiolderiii skull The d6ctor Idly took It up anti hi boudllug fojuud n headless nail driven into ItiTbb be managed to out and coHreal bl his handkerchief It evident to him that murde had iecie dtJIrotXtbfyIlmrIrtotot of a brandy shupaud was n ilMinlfnpil beIng fnnnil dead bed one uluriiliignricr a night iii hp lud drunk too quarts of brandy Und u jvifetskod tlie doctor Yes What 11 rider does sheL IluiirV Hi lajr iry good cljarac ter onv irs gossiped beI iii t lr marriedtt day after her uvisl md s funeral Mm BtiU lives here TIn dnttur soon culUnl on the truman lie ndted for and received tht par ticulur dvii of her hn bantlISuddenly cnlug lli lmri kerchief he vhowed Jn r tho fr ale nM asking lu a IIIIM vnlco il mo do you iknow tllt nail TV nail was sl sur pristtl hit tIIc wag trlefl bad esiHT d IoJ m 1 anita j GBtFS f XPiCfS BIG YAR ijFamous Rernpman Will Start Season With Powerful Stable Fdvrnnl F rSwK tho dean hr trot tint sport lj looking forward to this Kois iti us iHing of thp ban i years of his luj career Inthe 5 sulky Xt will ij Uw tblrtyflrpl trlp down the grit iiit irOiit and friitn all f111f nrnnctS Ibv must sue rfrnutiuiittt hi G O M ttr entered u ring his lunn injtce in the tl ba31 rne s sport Mr VIB his marhy sixty br wlihi reitti4s Iter tJhut 2to s credited with liuvlns given reco of 2lt or bettor lu thirty trotter nd t reii t jiars in Met iji lit Jf ytouriiitfiy two hioes iiturtuB MirHis jiiiiTrt diti the big it tUMiis ilint he ill wind tp 111ffcpitsonhy pQriug severaL t more rjH Ini I wheels of sulky niethpi4x tlUae wheels of hiuipui cither sblo Four j h onknown to hju atilI it nkos a imlgbfy wnrro nVt linti Mm 5 lit tIle iliy ftl togs atd arias j OllLttiItWHlstt PHchTha Firm e 1 Pitcher Edjfar Vilvtt of tljej OctroIIIjj ArnorIous is nway t lIStttrtJand Jf fortuou static on the big Ie ivansan for u fuiUeosftn the Aperlcnit ifcngue te likely to see a stajf the T hJ hest BMtgultudo Jij Its mldfru Tho heretofore hard luck inr1is now twirling some greaWban toy ri igh J ojngs Itfi Iirr5ioii5lttlimtI ltefI 51gIroitIretsLyetmI ffiiIs t RED LIGHT No 22 aiJii mflv0ivJSBA Y L Sired by Lightfoot Brummell 1324 he by Beau Bruramell SW dDam Daisy Glen 7621 4 SIiBi Ai by C C CannsGIeh Brook DESCRIPTiON Red Sorrel stripe jri face two short stockings 15 34 hands weight Very smOothe head and neck like a gild ings Not a blumIsn nor aweak spot about Ihinu Seven years old r Has ben s oW1 iin hdrnes rings roadster rings five gaited sdddle rings combined rings double tem rings andwas shown when aIthree year old for bet stallion and three of his col ta get offthatyear and he only three colts and he won that In 1910 he made his first ashow at Hardin county fair and lost He won first avery show he made the remainder f the shoW season including the Pembroke Horse Show Ky State Fair pad Tenn State Fair He made Ida last show at the Horse hovr at Clarksville Terin and wonJirst in the S200 harness stake fOr stallions mares and geldingsbVith sixteen horses in the ring Jle is breedmgverv strung after b ms lf About threefourths of his 4oi iare Qrrels and goodgaifed fI have a twoIyearaId sorrel stud by him that I think without stdoubt is the best 4Here4 i bred right breeds right gaftefl right and is right and right He has proven himself to be a winnujp show thepHceiSf f company we have in Kentucky antj Tennessee He will pake season of 1911atlCrjob Creek Sjtock farm LaRue county aV v 1 J 25 To Insure a Living Colt iftrMares kept On imsture at 2 per rnojith If fe grdin5wiil aid charged for costvalue I attend to this business myself sop pr rcare will be takeTg jbut T Wilt be respdnsible should any damage 8 uT V S J THOMPSON r 0 Iodyenille RF Dt AtbertonvjleXy = ==== T i rri t Noble 0en4napfc 1 4 A4 7tfi Sired bjf time Great Highland Denmark 1st dan b theJKenrucky pt rand and Missouri Champion Saddle Hofce Thprotcn l thr2d dam by Art Rose lie by Arastand out p1 a MpntRos0rriare Noble Dcnmarktis a treat bred saddle hors hvilJgtn bloodof f the best saddle slrcle i a chestnut 15 hands finches high a U hdrseof d action both flfcfrack and trot and strictly sound Last J5 year with little local l training Tie proved himself a successful show horse in good coriipdny AS nireeder his first eeeson of colts fan first aiUBQCond taeqj tourJlIst fair He and higcolts won the herd v ahsootherpremipmin H McDonald andjther noted show horses has had Noble Denmark in HighlandDenmark Jf Nmilosof I exinff ton1 Josh B Bowles says he fa the best typo for A jthree gaIted St411iofr he knows of Matt COhCO saide resembled jl sand gaitedvery much like the tarrlcDI d Individnrdity t horsebeforebreedinganti you kjjow svliokegps thebgst fort I have o1ned the only Stallions rin Vashingthu couflt Umatfhvir9 a pUD colt for the iaeten ypitfii Yfurpiitpatrdnage iag feen appreciated and ask foiacontbtinuatea ofjsamo as believe 1 WO offering a stallion which hIm no Srtip ctor insihis or swjoinjpg puntfea Noble Denmark will staria 42v l At S20 To1ii3ore a J iyjngC91tc illU 1 fleHI iMdftte Wood 4f 4 I will also stand the well known breeder Monte Wood also known as the horse W Gibbs had iii the studtor several yearsJ AItrfirst ibm by EawWWott s is a dark bayS 15ands 3 higha f lmorviith plenty lit hobo nd Substance and tuow has a11umbettfgQot1mrea and gqklings jiVuhinton county eison feiO Y I win stand in two mule Jacks at 10 to insure a Hving cetil Mares bred to this stock trade4 off OJl bred to other stock s5seea money is due Naves pastured at 4 2 00 per month v BPB LEA HMAN Sprifielc ky ttV W W 1 w w i w f F 7w L IR4G1TBllRO RKSIDENT 1DENTIST THEXTRACTED j MAHOUT PAINItVIST 1 7 niaRagafl Block up ataJra SFRKfftfclELD KY All rental Work Strict FirstclassI 4DRJCIJ1UDIJ slGiaaip Surgeonn Office bours B to 9 am 4 litt1 2 pm Mcosoter Jay 18 luvgstor ftt tampion M D Office in Opera House o Office PhoneNoo= Residence No 38 jt 1 WFGRIGSBY j ATTORNEY TAT LAW Office over feople Hank SPRINGFIELD KY d pr M W HVATTIJ Office over Red Cross Drue Stor Office hours Hyatt 1D3Q 4m o12m 4 to 5pm v JOHN YIIMAYStd t t FFlftEk iiCTORi 1 JID LICENSED EMBAlMEIi TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74quLuIifliaJr t flBvt F TRUSTY PRACTICAL bEI1TISTECOffice over Havdon Pental work at reasonable pricey U work guaranteed thSPRINGFIELD t l tIv Railroad ScheduleCFollowing is the time schedule I now in effect on the Bardstown r and Springfield branch railroaa b Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 4i30 p m Bardstown junction 522 pin Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42Leaves Springfield Rlc 600 a mz Bardstown 845 a m 3jDrivesNo 43 Leaves Louisville a f 720 a m Bardstowa Junctiot s 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m arrives SpringOeld 3140 p m No 44Leaves Springfield ai j Ib6p m Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Junction 410 pmi arrives at Louisville 545 p m f beFrallaildt 4 ji Strawberry PlantsJ Asparagus BlacU berries Rasp berriesfcfjRoses Ruubarflj llelr Write ff rfref catalogue Wf avenoTa ents iF Hillepmeyer Sou v Lexington Ky 3 t I V BIg M8C1Ii 3fll make the season at DJI place 8 miles from Fred licltI town Ky at i 8 To Insure a Living CoitI BgMack is by the late J A Symi onsv BlaCK Kpansh Jacli aiiioutof jeunetiircd by Rapiei j4ctr1tie by Gov Wood Lied reiained o all collstttstsfccore payment of service fee jak JW WILLETT 3Mfhtin the Ozarks 3andetSep1eS3 Hiram cranton 0 Clay City coughed and cough d He was lathe mountains on thc add cc of five doctors who Bain be had con iumptlon but found no help Jn th 4climate andstarted home Heiins Jof Dr Kings New Discovery he be gan to use iL 11 DelieVc it saved my ewjifematteiitofmt thafc I can now do t good work again Fof all lung dlJ ease coughs colds lagrippo asthma I croup whooping cpujrhi bay fever hanaorfbages hoarseness or ijuinsy 1Its the beat knownrexncdy- tiePrice oOc and 3100 Iriil tot free Guaranteed by EaydonARdb arIn z oh1 4r vWi I l fJcv 4 ocrltrJyj 1 t1apenitigs1QNN of Latest fnttjre i AIIAboutlYourself and Acquaintances Friends t TO1 PIlUtS t 1ca nna ftnnftn n rift ftnftlJ1 ftJ1 J1ftftno e Automobile veils in all colors W jtbett ShanerI Plow points made good as new W K Marks Sons Big reduction in all Milli ry at Mrs Williams FOR RENT Good cow pasture- S P Derringer reiducedad eni rsIFor IUqib r coal cement etc seethe old reliable firm SW K Marks SonsS We will close out our shirtwaists at cost Mrs Williams TLawnmowersamPre pairedSW K Marks Sons Rev and Mrs W H Williams alJQ rejoicing over the arriyal ofr a ron Wijliam a tFoR SALEPoland China Bbars G LWhorton New Hats and the latest Pingst tdurnamentI Mrs Williams The price offiour may rise and fall but we guarantee tne quality ot fl1bneerfaIlto ality first quantity second j A difficulty occurred on llast P oursdayChurch between Joseph Key and George Russel in which the latter received several cuts Wiwere unable to learn the particu warrant trshas been issued for ey Russel is a son of Mr U tarveSTRAYED From my place e in Pjeasant Grove neighbor hood a 2yearold bay fHly Has star and snip in forehead one white hind foot Heavy tail an1 rries it to one side infor m Fationwill be rewarded by S P Thompson The Skating Rink continues tto draw large crowds yet The larg- eSt crowd that bas as yet been ini attendance swas on last Thursday night when a number entered the contest to catch a pig on th- atingfloor e Wheu turned loose Jforcceeded in catching and hold ing it by its ears cultyltween Tom Sjmms and Johnnie Samiltoo at Fredercktown in svhich Hamilton received a se vere cut in the abdomen The use of the difficulty we have en unable to learn However Hamilton had his injuries treat xt day and is how on a fair wpy to recovery l Today and tomorrow have bee nsset apart as cean up day rtSpringfield and ft is expecteh that eVerybody will gel busy end clean up their premises Thetsetting apart of these days in other cities has been successful nd ought to be here Many nave signified their willingness 6 get busy on that day and ih o be hoped that all will join the ranks and do what they can nd the town of filth and thus at1t1 sanktMr and Mrs C RMcWhqrter were called to Campbellsville Tuesday night because of the udden Illness tif their daughter irs Henry Wells and her baby The family were visiting at tCampbellsville The ilinehs of drs Wells and baby was due to poison supposed to have been in uiilk they drank or iida cream hay ate There were four other joisoned at the same time Mrs Wells and a Mr Hoskins beiug the worst affected Physicians nad to work hard for severe flours with each before they were ut of danger Leg Broken Mr H 5A Grinstead hadtthe misfortune to recoye a broken leg one day Jlast week while fi l togat theres ayhejury which is j trogresain c well at present Th = Y Tatham Opens Today Tatham Springs Washington l Countys famous summer resort j seekjerstoday pects for one of the most prosper ous years in its existence Mr John Day and his family have charge of the hotel this year Quite a large number of persous Iromvarious points in and out the state hae already made ar rangements for boerd at the hoS tel and it is expected that the place will be crowded before thE Bummer s over ThompsonHudson seMsn flinouncesdaughter Mabel to Rev Harry S H buudsonhe wedding will take place at wleasant21st 1911 Miss Thompson is a riaugnter of the late Nathaniel P Taompson and is vnumberei a m thongular young ladies of the county Rev Hudson is minister of the Presbyterian Church and atpre sent has charge of Sharpsburg and Moorefield churches and was formerly pastor of CircuitCourt Grove chnrch theJJ John William Hardesty ofI color was tried on last Thurs d avon an indictment charging him Vitb obstructing a railroad 11crossaIIII whol e day and requtedin a ur bisisth Ltime a thuihas1iiiledther trial wilt probably be tried at this term of court Th trial af VVilkerson vs Der ringer being a controversy aris iiiig out ot a renting contract was ried out Monday and resulted in a verdict df5O for Plaintiff The caseof the Com vs Eras us Holiday was caned yesterday when the Commonwealth received word of the illness of Dr Wash and anndunced that they were unable to try when theI case was continued until the OcI tober term oftMs court Blown Off II A s mewhat serious accident lhappened on last Friday to Mrs It J C Mudd She aud Mrs Albert Mudd were visiting Drai Mudds brother Wallace in Nel son county Mrs Mudd finding a dynamite cap and not knowing what it was or its dangerous qualities began to pick it with a Ipin when it expoded in her Jhand lknookrqg her and her titer i o inlaw thffto the ground and tearing second joint and hen thumb at ttle first joint besides makina several small burns and cutAabout her face Dr Mudd wentI from here to the home of his brother in an automobile andI Mrs Mudd was able toreluun to 1t t Springfield with hun that night very aHerwell and no further trouble anticipated Decoration Day- On Tuesday May the 3Oti Decoration Day was fittingly obt served in this coun Iy At Roclm tbridge an all day meeting wa So dinnprllwasspread trees and tlty visitors certainly enjoyed the Kentucky hospitaliiy off the people of that end of the county 1 Squire Kim rod Hendren wasc master Of ceremonies and led Lb ec old soldiers numhering about 30I in march through the cemetery and decorated each gaave of the ld soldiers with flowers and 4 tflags The principle speakers of the occasion were Col J C Day yv K Grig by Jno A PuUnJ Miss Jenkins Pred Mtye1Rk gkettsetinkstonliAboutpresent und a very enjoyable RSl well as profitable day was spentT Decoration Dao wis als observa ed at Willisburg where a JarI crowd was in attendance on Ui Lep same day and at Fairview on fbe Saturday pravionsd Anna i Hobbs EXPERTa Scientific Manual Therapeu istpr Masseuse can be seen at office tirjt dwelling house north Ifjliil FridayskyCharges reasonable BetIof forrvtermst Phone No 201 ii A SAD ACCIDENT L krhe Little 2Yeartild Son U of Oliver Crouch Drowns in Chaplin River One of the Raddost accidents countyIfor some time was thejlrowniOg of Ocr Crouch the twoyear old son of Oliver Couch Iin Chaplin riveia snort Distance below Tatham Springs op Tues dayj vening Theaccicejit happened about as foltovs An older brotrjer of Oscars we iaedrryil j the house which is loc ted near the edge of the stream and the little fellow had followed his older brother and wa playing lalongthe bank of the liver the older boy went to the hcuse with11 a bucket of water and twben hla 151minutestjI spethaating on topof thwateri Medical attention was summoned t of no ayailThe hater i which the child was drowned i as only about two fejet deep Funeral services wtre held at Rockbridge Wednesday morning a ll oclock The family have e sympathy of the community Doing Good Work We areglad to note in passing overour roads that tixere is a Jon doneJonof much interest to tlejieople lo know that there is a mu hgreat ei ppropliatde n has been for several years past and it now looks as if our Supr vigsorsfar as possible toward ijepairing- am Bgsides there s ems more general djtJO o2th3 part of the public to ccoperafu with the Supervisors in bettering the roads And with tnt present outlook in regad to riiblic co o riperationmoney appropriated to each sec tion and the gTorts of 6ur super vhwrJJwe believe that the roads arc in a fair way toward jmprove eatSYet as there are some j sections 1011 whichno work ha as yettT veryIIwhat can be done for tliipse see lions asaoou as possible The News Leader wil Jend its d in any way possible toward aiding in the upbuilding of our roads SSiSAjt Family ReuniQI Mr and Mrs S C anars dale held a family remlon at eir home in Litsey on lstunday All the children wore present except Mrs Lillie liiackney nd Mr Sand ford Vtinarsdale beautiful dinner was served and when the large ijircle of theItable frsdaleDr Joe Muld Dead In the gassing of D Joe B luuJ at hia Louie in Louisville last wtiek there has gdtie from am Jug us one who is well i eaiberd in this county ijs one r tue most learned and skilled physicians of his day rJewas son of Donatus Mjiddtti ltJ flEizabeUi Mullican A udd a lidv was burn in this couiityj May 27I Ib32 and reared to ljninhood here When quite y bng lieI commenced the study jpfmediU ine under Dr John IJplin and and began the practicp 01 his profession In tills couuily where li Ineviable reputation as iifi and surgcoii 4s a mali h was mimbered the countys most pro ressive and best citlzetisj making vem yonc his friend early In- feIieiva united in uiiiriage tos Miss Mary Cletneina to which union one ctiiitl was boip Mrs J Hamilton About voyears go Dr Mudd moved Louis teville wherc his wifadiidI about year ago Funeral services w re cc ucted at St Johns church Friday and burial was inist Loub cemetery Messrs W C andSan Mudd nd Mrs S MJCecil vyfre with him at the titheof his deatb L CASTORI A i For Infants anl Children The Kind You Have Always Boupjf I3earstho d J SgnaturQoft fc E O 4 Hon Hears M Bosworth of Fayette Copnty candidate for Auditor was iin tQwn Monday Hon Sam T Spalding of Le anon was in town Monday I Miss Nan Coylo of New Roj e is tltheIt Messrs Frank McCabe Otho Hathchett Joseph Edelen and G win Marks left Saturday for a Itrip to IndiinapoliS Ind returnsl from a visit to Louisville 4 Mr A G Noe of ISj Ohio spent Sunday and Monday here IMr and Mrs HM Noe ofif CampbelisvHIe visittd at thet borne fo Mr S C Vanarsdale st SundayStMis Jennie Leacbman isf ESendihgF lerancisItt and MrS Christopher FridayirI trip Mr Polin Edelen is spending several days at Tatham Springs this week Mr Jas Cumtnius and wife oft Palagould Arkansas are VisitinhRMr and Mrs Oscar CurrytMrG D Duncan is at Lex ingldbi attending the commence ment exercises at State College where his son Wallace gradu ates inmeohauical engineering McChordrand Mrs John S McElroy atte n dcd the LoganBrown wedding at Danville this week Messrs John I McElroy IW D McElroy Joe Pettus andiM Mess are touring the Blue crassMiss Sprague of Louisville will arrive tomorrow to be tI ieaguest of Miss Eleanor Duncan 4ffit iL Smith arrived Sun from DanVi Mr Wallace Duncan lJUiar vv homo tomorrow c dlssvherison and Misses Mamie and Katie Cam and Mrs T B Blond ford were in Lebanon Sufadnv Messrs J C MeElroy and WI T McElroy were in Bardstown r1uesdayMrs B D Lake and children arq spending the week in Eouis ville Messrs W G Grundy P S Barber E S Mayes and Mr Kerfoot formed an auto party to Lexington this week to attend the Hagginsale Miss Mary Amossis the guest of Mies May Mayes Mrs TB Bland ford and Mrs 11 W Simms are in Louisville todaytMr and Mrs Uessie Rapier of Bardstown are the guests of Mr and Mrs C li Price Mr Hugh Hall and wife and Mr John Hall and wife visited Mr and Mrs ohn Raney Sunday Mr and Mrs Tucker returned riin their bridal trip Tuesday Mrs D R Litsey entertain at r oclock dinner in honor olf Miss Mary Amos Those pros ent were Miss Amoss Miss May Mayesboinor Williams and W llacu Rogers Hon Jns P Edwards candidate for Lieutenant G vernor was In town yesterday I Misses Lucile Payne of Louis iire and Lillian Sisco ofttown will be toe guests of Mis jMabel Williams luring the tour niment e 4 Saved His Mothers Lifo Four doctors had given me up writes Mrs Laura Gaines of Avoca La and my cnildren and all my frieuds were looking for me to die when my son insisteU that I use Electric BittenIJ did so and they have done me a wqrld of good I will al yays praise them Electric Bitters 1sai priceless blessing to women that fire troubled with fainting arid dizzy weaknessrlebllitrd ers Use them and gain new health atrenjfth and vigor Theyre guaran teedl to satisfy or money refunded y at Haydon Robertson RosenA name hallowed by all who have learned its meaning a name the very utterance of which caD the tenderest vibrations of love and reverence in the hearts of lier proudsoqs and daughters for to themSfcRoawt is the abode of minfstering angels between life and eternity consolation that makesj t weary laden journey b ai ablezFor more ihanaxJebtury tb P grand old tiemptV dad cate lUl he service of God tias I 1 t r 8prts heayenwardgilded y thin ruing s earlest eight mseU by tbt ia6irii ul pftrting day For more than a century the white rqbed sons of St Dominic llirfve faithfully minis betered to the spiritual nee s all who came Generation inIgeneration has been washed cleansing waters of baptism at her fount has been sylicitudIand guided with through childhood and Manya happy pair at undyingI the altar has vowed love many a heartbroken father 1mPther husband or orphan has- ta this same altar promised hasISgone beyond this earthly bourne 1B ut alas does the sepmchers of our departtd friends bespeak h IeartStcan not believe that it is forgetfumess but in our negI forf the living we have sadly ffi cted them whom we believe JoI have found a better resting place beyond tthe grave IIi the per forming of one duty overlooked another of noMeGoniI porfence Bt Father gle has generously offered irelieve us of a part of thin toI o take this most laborous work r beautifying the cemetery in is hands if we will conlrioute he necessary funds Shall we cooperate with bis plans bjour contributions which is after aU the smallest end of the jib or shan we prove to be selfish un cultured people who cooly take all possble advantages wIreD 1freel out who are fdund sitdly wanting in duty whenit demands a mdieridl sacnnce This can not be true None who lavE ever received ib6 generous min iistrations of St Roses priests an fail to tally at their call for they never call for funds un less ntcessery Everybody far nd near whoils fiiujids in terred inStRosesCctintey 1vill contribute their share to the nectssary 2tOO and tthen uur cemetery will be the pride vf lLCjmuj unity instead of the sgruc oasted1l loyaltyIand love for St Roso sons ot bt Dominic LO empty high sounding speech but a deep santiment tried and true VVe will apt wait to be reminded in person for Father McGouigle as other strenuous duties to perfdrtn but Will gladly lend cut aid to this most noble under t akingsE N In a t 1ers tto engage her In conversation vero un availing She would meekly answer r Yes or No but not another word would she speak J A few weeks later I was called to the little girls home to aUenil another member of the family for a slight all r ment When about to leave the moth er spoke up smillugly awl said Do you remember my little girl rifling with you a few weeks ago Well when she got home Hie said Mamma T rqde from school with the doctor and he kept talking with me and tqjking with me and I just didnt know what to dp fory u know doctors charge vou when you talk with them nl I didnt have any money National Monthly 1ALongfeltowrLongfellows Journal which be ohrAnlclcd dally things that came under his observation bl notes that upon a certain occasion ho attended a church where the minister took as his subject Nrrogrjess lie was very llattered when the latter quoted about half of the Psalm of Life Afterre floating the versfs the minister said could never rend that poem foeling the Inspiration with was written To lila Incidentconceitifellow adds Hut I haul the taken out of me on the evening of that day when happened to meet a lady at Prescotts and In our conversation she referred to the sermon In the 1vouuHCul1 from whence came the quotations Wanted to Come Back You wont make any mistake In buying this car Mr Jugglngs saidC the agent It is the best In the mnrIi 2outputThen I dont want It retorted JUj wasnt 1itheback Ilavent you anything you cntf show Ihe with a few return attatbY ments Harper Weekly If You Have Money iDltItJIIUj1UOlnlre what does tip wan wttit bmtflCNew York Tttnc I Conundrums Wbqt is the difference between a styjlab young lady iinff burglar Oni wears false locks and Mhe other frtfse keys I Why Is a watch like a river Bfr cduso It wont run lontf wlthp4ur wind Who was the fastest ruhtfer lij world Adam because ha wa first Itf the human race Iby should one wear a wntcU Avhcn fjleouu4rylBeenuiso n ttbrntqtWh t thai wjiicli Adam nov r avv nor pussesHed yei left two to ench reb1a J ilrJn 1 Juttnbl If 0 1l tieura- H lH NTCE11jf5II The following few items we cfcsire to anc1atrl I Iattention to whereby you c n save money ithe same time get reliable goods s I See our Call arid see our 1 1 I Blue 1oJ Perfection If I Enameled Wa Oilitoes I A new lotbfi er DIAMOND EDtE- Water J Colors t Razors IIJ I Get t ur p ices on iSee pur line jpf lIi I Roofing jPlumbing I IIPlumbjng1 vheri in town i f Ii ISHqLT cLE4yE1Sf J7 SScI= r 1 rfYOU1 k 0lI J I Good T1ings 11 I a Come jnto our attractive shop and on the appetizing calces pies buns confectionery They look good and are rr IIgaze Will tn keteadI I and ifY QU tak some Hungry one the anillYru bless r ft ll- you Everything from Ljowneys hoc teto our speciajmince pie is the bast of its Kind wholesomel well made and perfectly delicious GIVe us a calL 1 I I Z 1 4 7 l II flRJLEIN I- Iri tr 1 0 D RTGHffi t1llllwHotWater and Steam Heatiig A SPECIALTY k Give me a trial All work guaranteed Prompt Service SPRINGFIELD KY 1 cscs iIo WW p tw WW I Before or liter tile FireI j i it6 V cuc == 1 It When do you want the rightSj toi ofa policy R iembet awto f I u policy can not be chang 1 r jsi4uti4 r fan insurance comp ywqoserecordand fttrmfih will guaranteei to you it fuW4lment c its ixiyi2 JI have only companies that are oh sound bask r jfact one has been continually in busine for 203 7i years rjj 1 Bee me Ilet meprotecti you against i S fire dtornado f 1 i Ij r v IJ David K Ufssy Apii ic u LiSTS JWE DANIEL BOONEnLE irUSE f7 Aa t TLt J ditit r 1irc1 in fawsvillo b CHAS C STOLL OiLta 0 L l I y FRANKS Iktsdy4fl1 Judge OR r 1iiI t dlir1KM1r f rA e 1 Jw p ii C I4Ntt II fcpjt NOMINATION 4P itrTMt i b4kaii Mutt Stantf t rvct Meet f Rw Ir tNUCMO- i 4 A ND NIQHT HIDErt 111 fcMrrUivXr Jlar 12 kvr fta UK toy of Kestucky ba- jIdIss Ier orn1t1oR lor o tlM lute xaeicIlesBly MMMMT M X T Franks ar r11lsoemgMrc for tax revision for And better toad for lirsmtat of the county ttnlt platfttI ifere areJlet enough nightriders and f e partyluteM staid rly for Nlw and or ifciy Jin Franks speech which was 4 reordletc1ngt Wioa I a4 my announcement as tt4fte far Governor J stated that amja engenttMM ifftealt for Hi to win In Novem 4lwr tit seifpreseryatlon I Tralver aiHy aUot to be the first law of JMtw aW if Judge ORear or any rCMrcfe thlBkg that he can come and attacfc w la y own home without dest1edaf 4 Me I have decided to take the It1vQClclof my claims for lMrJUriMlcaB nomination for GoyI ntfM Jf It tJs a speaking cam JrP that Jufrt ORear wants IJj tedo4atek1ato hI hem I opinion4Mtl t idyI H apeecea ha been made Mtei the July convention vf kave been here many times lere IB every hardfought Ibattle beI lfHTI kad for the past EvEnly your1ctJiet at visits U te yerctYTerr much Indeed I Kalwayik feel at home In the mountains 1 kiver Campaigned so much In the atIIptip here as I do In Jacksons antiwwaned or in the Pennyrile where i W 81e has been so bag In the I s wety years J hays hdthe Iofspeaking In one hundred of the one hundred and nine II Ieat1N of the State Wherever I v 1pok4s ylews on thO fund3- priBcipks of the Republican wtYeweflknowL- 1 Mtural resources of Kentucks a wiactaarpaael in 1i s3d ta var by we i other Wi eecti1e utJseIlpI any pf her moun bW1k au covered with yetOI sound of the woodmans ax te has more coal and none can I ue ItJBore cheaply vfe have l Ier1r j M zInc and the beat malty e Sreclaya In abundance ThMNt ta wugh water power uMused nebffto waste to operate every wkiejl aM splndleln the State with eHtji i t bahel of coal and yet tei ourIS1 doors at a lower cost than earthjdeveIoiug Bouthland where there awaits everyU1II1Ct the natural resources and we have tit jto develop them A braver ami Me patriotic citizenship on the t StatedteAk front as one of the leadln tkteLoT Jbe Union In farming in 5 Btaaufactures In mining in education ana In all the varied Interests of a peat HOp1e Inhabiting great land For Jets we have been shipping SO5TZWrateriaj eiseirhere It has 4 Jobe worked up and shipped back to waysaad4a borneITaeri aiost bf a reason What IsIiIt Taerei Is something fadldaliy wrong existIwrong taxjig sfateBi Is wrong and we do not A enforce our laws or preserve public order v Wt ihoald begin our program of V change by altering our apportionment oftheMse4uaInot apporSUonmeat laws are a disgrace to civil tratioaa crime In the garb of law and should male every honest man- of whatever patty hang his head In f greatlaJMtfceP i ie by Democratic legislators who 4 gt cared not for the public good but did jf the bidding of those enemies of the r State who had before them and In fhH nothing but their lust for con condlJtt political Mh RuU and Night Riders There should be a change In our lawa relatlve tor mobs Better protec tloB iRould be given to persons ac P cued of cilme whether such person + are in jail or 1n the bands of arresting officers It Is a practice ill too corn Imon Jn Vw vrky for men to baud taeos together generally under kcoer of darkneei and take tom the 5otcera rthe law persons accused of opJMM laore or less grave and put thtodeath V i favera law giving the Governor ue rigkt undeq certain conditions to kiMMv 4rofi j office any officer or jtx wJaAir pMrtuii a woo to taKe front buck omeer or from the Jail prisoner whatever charged with any anTI This law has been recently Invoked with good effect by a DemocraticI OOven1or In Ohio and by RepbIllean Governor In Illlnola I ahosld have such alawla Kentucky KentuckY bas for years been clamor Ing Jor more business and inviting fmI mlgratlqnMoreJhan one million IraI migrants landed In the United States JIn mfar11aborersnumber Wher they go every place except Kentucky TOI that is not the worst Agreat her of those we already had cltleens j f Kentucky have gone away within the past year Tou can scarcely travel on a train leaving Ken lucky that you do not see our Kenlt- ucklans flocking to other States seeking homes in a distant landand why ISlt You can talk for b uSlneu1 you can talk for Immigration you talk prosperity for our 8tate until you grow hoarse but It does no good Law and Order Must Come First F1ret1and before everything else ln the world must come Law and Oroer Fewer mobs and less of the mob spirit And the certain and unsparing enforcement of the law will convince E T FRANKS the world that we mean what we Say and tren we shall get men and money from everywhere Money and men joined together make business and Kentucky I think It necessary for our platform at this time to speak out In no uncertain terms for Law and Order A county notIworthy of Its name and place and the right to govern should be taken from It Gentlemen it Is needless for me to sayiaou that I am a RepublIcan holding fast to all the fundamental principles of the party and that means that I am not an Insurgent RepubUcan I do not allow Senator LaFollette and Senator Bourne to do my thinking and I do not propose to follow where they lead T noticed an article in a Louisville paper of May 7Ibglikely to head p uawRohal ticket My fri ORear In polo gfzfr v of the things In his oild that jiuch wellknown itcansas Senator LaFollette Senator Bourne had been advo eating them for years Judge ORear may follow where they lead If he wishes but I say to you that I will not r asked a friend a ago if he believed IIa IIr fe3days Repub UcanThat depen said There are three waySa man can progress and be a progressive j Mean One way Is toward the Repuht jt ilcan party another way is Democratic party and the third Is toward what was once known th Populist party tt depends on which way a man progresses Whether r believe In him as a progressive Republican or not That reminds me of an Inscription I once read on a tombstone Take up thy cross and follow ine A wag wrpte beneath To follow you Im not Intent Till T find out which way you went The socalled progressive or Insur gent Republicans of the House and Senate have been very kind to President Taft In the past fifteen months and he ought to feel very kindly tto ward them They have succeeded In giving him5 Democratic House by sixtyseven majority and counting La Follette Bourne Clapp Polndexter Cummins and Bristow with the Dem ocrats as they wont vote with the Republicans they have also given Mr Taft a Democratic Senate I am Dot a newfangled Republican I am one of those who believe In the prat form adopted at Chicago in 1908 and I propose to stand by that platform and contend toY the faith expressed in It qhtll 4hR party shall speak again with the same authority Progressive Why the Republican party is the most progressive party that ha1baii on Istence under this government In the last hundred years It broke the shackles from four million slaves and made them freemen It fought the greatest war of modern tim a and preserved the Union ofStates making H the greatest nation In toe hiBtoryrofi man It resumed specie payments end made every dollar In the land as good as every otber dollar It let the seal- f condemnation on the Democratic nightmare pi tag money It fought free illverto the death and there are now hone to mourn Its departure- am rooted and grounded In the faith that we must have protection for American Industry and American labor In order to have and maintain prosperity In this country think It proper that should make myself thoroughly understood as to that great army of men who till the soil the farmers of Kentucky because U Jias tjeen said by some who are supporting other candidates that some of tbe farmers of Kentucky would vote agnlnst me because of what I said about the Jtight Riders In a speech I delivered at Hqpkinrvllie in 1908 tQ net hold to the bsiltf that Repub Ilcan farmers are against me on that account or any other aCcoudt I was reared on a fall have helped the farmers my neighbors to build their ji6mes roll their logs grow their tobacco thresh their wheti make aR l llo Man is Stronger Than His Stomach I A g jctrcte mil over No marf caB be wItnko weakstomackwhh its ean1Lsy II r fU10 di urt s4 eech sad iiuociated orglU1lW k ua s adastiitioa For when the stoarack Jh M k a loss of the wrtritio 1liliJli fvick1 the source ofaU physical s 14doeat feel just rliW tlw hs as seeemkrtabi1e t b she r sits =tJ1aqaet1lIniti ad despead ICrtkI Ea MdiIt frt t turrr n w dimSes f M Vsak a4 4k IqlVdJWzjtd IHIrlMfHiIt aMsk Qe 1Ht Si IJ1jJU 1lNlfrtr th M4 kMiy aeMe 1v J iiaa4 a WVI MZZLTM ZNP STWQTrTO 1ait leawj delir1 ps y Nt1 tpriMM wrapper i I 4 ibiwrsome of work kncjtrn tu the tanning fraternity In this state I have mixed ana xalaled with them an say life I know tat farmers of the7litandanY otihelJ know me as I am proud to knothem In that speech at 3Hopklnsvnie I stated that If I were a larmer I would IItuthance the price ot farm products I believe the farmers have a right fa organize for selfprotection and I Would be glad to tee every farmer in land takE a greater Interest In thy Ithe of eYeryoUtor larmer I know the hardships through which the farmer Basses each year u he tolls to make an honest living for himself eatlngtworound taking chances with the ele deatroyebycape both and gather abundantly at harvest time to haVe great combina tons of wealth to alt In judgment orf the prices forcing them down some prOductionThisin Kentucky I know these things are hard and they should be remedied at pnce but who Lr t do It The Dem ocratic party will not do it because It has controlled legislation in Kentucky alnce 1865 wlthavt a break ex ceptat one time the Republicans had the House but the Democrats con trolled the Senate If there Is no law in Kentucky to punish great comblna lions qf wealth formed and used to oppreeg the eOPt It U thai fault of the Democratic party and not the fault of the Republican party I promise if ImpartialITwlthoutfear laws as may be Invoked against the employment of capital In a manner oppressive to the people and to use allthe power that may to at my com mand to secure the age of laws that will effectually break lip these wrongful operations of capital That is the remedy and the only remedy But will say we can not get our officers to enforce thelaw Then you should elect men who will enforce the law But for Gods sake for the sake of your State your home and your family do not undertake to cure ridredthrough the mob Amob never settled anything except to bring disgrace upon the community and forever damn those who engaged in the mob It it icnnuIl to any honest armer OJJIthat lie Wilt get mad at you for denouncing mob Mobs are in nearly etitrJi Inttance composed of cowards and of tire lower element in the community and for any man to become incerited when you denounce mob Wilt naturally cause the public to think that he wot either in the ir ob or was in sympathy with U And a man that is In sympathy with the mob and does not join it If be has the opportunity Is a greater coward than thosxwho do join and that lijthe rea son he does not Join Assails Judge ORear on Mob Rule Judge ORear had something to say about mobs In his speech at Hopkins vllle a part of which I endorse and a part of which I do not endorse He said In speaking of the attitude of Governor Wilson toward him The Governor knew mjr views on the situation for at his Instlmcobad several confer rMVihrTffmnn the r laid In the speech the Frankfort speech that the Governor was to be commended for his effort to restore peace and protect life and property as well as to bring to pun ishment the violators of the Jawu If Judge ORear had stopped there the world would have said Well done good and Iatbtulsryant But listen to what he said next which spoiled all thathkd gone before But I furtherad that in my opIn- Ion thi disorders were symptomatic that they reflected the feeling of re theyIthe law had not afforded them any rerfedy that the surest way to pro vent similar outbreaks was to remove the cause of them that the growers could not be convinced that they were not being outrageously oppressed by threats of punishment that you could not push an Idea through an Anglo Saxons head with a bayonet What does Judge ORear mean by that Does he mean to say that the Governor ought not to have called out soldiers to prevent murder arson and intimidation He says The farmers were being depressed by threats The disorders were symp tomatic Which no one denies but we differ as to the remedy Does he mean by that that the right way to settle Ule troubles was through the mob the torch and the whipping post Why yourfroublosgreat but your remedy Is In the law and you must not take It into your own hands He says The growers could not be convinced that they were not being outrageously oppressed by threats of punishment Who was threatening the honest bacco growers the only threats that anybody herd of were against tho Night Riders and by the Night Riders Nobody made any threats against the honest tobacco growers except the night HderB I protest against Judgo DRear or any one else placing the night rider and the honest tobacco grower upon the same level or In the anie class and again ask Who threat ened the honest tobacco growers t Judge ORear said You can not push an Idea through an AngloSaxons head with a bayo net Who were these Angloaxons har you apeak of that the soldiers vere sent out to aunprcaa Were they not alRht riders Judge ORcar kneu that the soldiers never molested any one except night riders It the officers of the law In the counties wher these night riders lived and did thelcwork could not or would not suppress them do you menu to any that the soldiers could not change their Ideas from those of mob members to thos ot peaceful citizens They were killing people they were burning home they were destroying depots they were laying cities in ashes they were ter rorizing whole communities they were driving men from the State These men were being threatened and no one else was threatened and yet the judge says that you could not push an Idea through their jieadfl with a bayonet And again be If however any liarsIcrat or Republican cares up the other side I am prepared to meet him on the subject I will take the other side and make my appeal to the lawrabldlng people of Kentucky I anr willing to abide by their decision even on his state ment made at Hopklnsvllle and nore his statement at Frankfort that he waitedthree years to explain and which he did not then explain until he became candidate for Governor Of course the Democrats arc not going to flgbjt Judge OHear now They want him nominated and will hold their fire until after the nomina tions are made But I herO and now enter my solemn protest against the nomination by the Republican party of a candidate for Governor holding the views on law and order that have been expressed publicly by Judge ORear Whenever thb Republican party the party Of Lincoln of Grant Garfield Harrison McKlaley llooie principlesjLadMGjfvvlolenCes It should JO ezileud never again boast of Jij thai half a century of the achlevEmente known to poUUca1- tOYv tsM1ar tare tBonxht t ment an trth feEpra urill therlcht thing or the thing that ought to have been 8 4at that time everything else being equal he should be nominated but when you do nom- Inate him if you do YQu have struck a blow at the very cornerstone of j civil liberty You should think well before making your decision The conference tol which Judge GovInsItime that Hiram Hedges was murdered In cold blood by the night rid ers in the presence p his wife arid babies and in his own borne It was at this time that lov4rs of law and order should have lad their wits about them They should have said and done the right thing at the right time The eyes of the world were on Kentucky and she cried Is there no balm ta Gliead Is there no Physi th2healthrecovered V j r We all agree that the trust was deg wrong and for that wrong butIpught to have beeni punished there was sway and a place They should hav been taken to the proper forum where the weak and the strong meet upon a common level Charter 101 Kentucky Statiites beginning with Section 3915 provides a way and no one was betier prepared than Judge ORear to explain the line of procedure That statute fixes a fine of from 509 to 500bor sit mouthsI to twelve months In the or the court may sq fine and Imprison atkt the discretion of the Jury Pro ceedings could have been brought by any one of 119 County Attorneys 6r by any one of thirtyfour Commonwealth Attorneys The courts are open always and Judge ORear sit tins In the court ot lSt resort could II have seen to It thatpustlce was given them if the eases ever got to his court Why did he not adrise what line to pursue Instead of saying You can not Idea through met an pus1Jin with a bayo There Is no placq In this land of the free and home jof the braVe for mobs and the mol spirit I think that every man at that peace confer ence should have said that law and order must reign anjl that peace must be established and hose In that con ference should violence with that that woirid have that law breakers could haVihaVi1etmOb at the State esnsclally none froto a Court of Appeals of the Instead ORear threw bombshellJudge a Intojj the camp of Las and Order kindled more fire in the breasts of theI night riders and mob sympathizer than all the speefJl es and all the ed ItorlalB that had g ne before Why Because at that 3e he was a meni her of the Court t Appeals of the State the court o last resort If JlIS1trceThe lawbreakers had alright to think that If the JhiefJustlce of the Court of 4lfDaal Enouid feel that wa- yaboutthcfracts they had not to fear jtaiy trouble from ftle Inferior courts or from officers clothed with less power That very speech gave Judge O Rear the sympathy of every night- rider In Kentucky It was carried from nelshorhool to neighborhood from county to county wherever these sons of darkness had an organ zation It was told In Gath and It was published in the streets of k alont until every night rider In the State began to Jung the praises off Judge ORear At the same time however his apeech drove from him a greater number of lawandorder men lip that hei lost more than he gained And there U anpther thing that should be taken Into consideration Night riders as a rule are confined to Democratic localities and they have but little tp do In Republican tonventlons and Republican elections do not mean to give offense but thej records show tht night riding flour Ishrj only In Democratic strongholdsIwith but one single exception Is Christian County but do not mean any reflection on Chris Han County GodI bless her She has comparatively few night riders of her own but she has suffered grievously at the hands of the lawless from other and Democratic counties The mob that destroyed her beautiful city came from another county They travel from one coun y tof another There are not many o them although Judge Opear thluks there are enough of them to nomfn ite him for Governor He Is mistake They can not gett Into Republican conventions If all the riders In Ken RepubucaMnight convention In he opened his campaign there would not be enough of them to carry that county for Judge OReaf because there are more law andjorder people In Chris tian County than there are Repub lican night riders In the entire State of Kentucky They are nearly all Democrats and Judge ORear Is supposed to be a Republican but to read his speech one might have some doubt Yet Hopklijavllle Is where Judge ORear wentito open his campaign and before tlie Ink was dry on his announcement as a candidate he pitched his tnt In Dawson Springs Dawson Sprins where the Jllght rId era visited orie of the leading hotels t nkfortIguests of tho hotel dragged him to the river bank whipped him and made him leave the Country and today on account of the night riders he Is forced to make his home In a distant State The Judge while at the Springs was In dally communica tion with hid friends In that part of the State knd doubtless received many assurances of support from Democratic night riders thef He capped the climax by his campaign at Hopklnsvllle where during the nightrider troubles a mot estimated ta contain from two hundred to three hundred men all masked vial ed the city under cover of darkness shooting up the plate gIna fronts rom one end of tho main street to the other burning tobacco factories shooting a railroad engineer off Ills engine whipping people andIIIcommitting almost every crime and IJcanpaused to listent during his speech he could still hhve heard the echo of the rattling glass the tramp of tbe mid night mob and could have smelledI the smoke that I should think still hangs the rich valleys oft good lQwWiover Il County from theII burning over the destruction of which sujta are now pending In the United Statetg Court af Owensboro J say the people are wondering why this man should have gone to thisi place at this time to open his cam paign I will admit that I an at loss to It was that ha might proximity to the mobr th knlknlunless ceton and Hop klnsvllle reunion of the night State where he could he present But gehjLTemen is that the way to bring capital to your State The for elgn Investor when contemplating coming oniong us will ask the ques tion Who is your Governor What stand did Jhe take during your night rlaer taoirlea Which side was her i J1I eORear friends ue ha went Into ay dJr j Lrjbearded ere were eight other districts in the State which had no candidates for Gov ernor and In courtesy he might have Igone to any one of these Not satis fled with Invading my district he has designs on my county as Is evident by the letters he Is writing to the precinct committeemen of that coun ty Since Judge ORear made his announcement I have not so much assent a letter to his district Courtesy demands certain things of a candidate for the high office of Governor and no man understands that courtesy bet ter than Judge ORear but ambition has dethroned courtesy and the temptation was freat that he could Inot resist It Judge ORear of course has the right to conduct his campaign as he sees fit but when a man comes 4nto my district and throws down the gauntlet and all because my stand for Jaw and order for peace and quiet and security and the rights 61 the citizen much as I opposed and am opposed toa speaking campaign for the nomination I accept the gage of battle and fo the best wjll defend my cauV omyabllltyI henna everywhere say that my stand for law and order was right but some who are supporting other candidates say that If I should bp nominated the night riders would Vote against me Of course they will vote against me but for every nightrider Republican that lose I shall get two Democrats lawandorder Democrats in his place hi have no fear of the result on that score Give me the nomination and I will take cate of the night riders Gentlemen my stand when I went among the night riders In 1908 and dt flounced them to tnelr faces at their county seats with signs of their deviltry before my eyes and the threats of their vengeance ringing In my ears my stand I say was right orlt was wrong and I want the Republican partyjto say which side It will take I frankly day to you If on account of my stand for law and order the Republican party thinks that I should not be nominated because the night riders are against me then I protest against the nomination of a candidate by the RepubUcan party because the night riders are for that candidate if the time should ever come when the night riders control the Republican party or their fear or favor Influ ences its councils which I hope will never be I want to say to you and say It In all earnestness as much as love that old party not alone on ac count of Its splendid past hilt on ac count bt the magnificent future that lies before It as much as I have en joyed fighting Its battles and glorying In Its achievements should It ever sur 1rendq to the night riders of Kentucky I want to say It with all th emphasis of my soul that the time will come and come quickly wher those who have shouldered the respon slblllty will call for the rocks and mountains to fall on them and tilde them from the fierce wrath of an out raged peopleand fervently shall say amen to their fate ihelr View of It Ho Did you see the pleased expreS- sion on httr face when I told her she didnt look any older than her daugh ter She No I was looking at the expression on her daughters facet Detroit Free Press When He Buys Chips It always patriotism that prompts s mans Interest in the red white nnd lOue Sometimes its poker Philadelphia Record Distinction tIs kie consequence lever this object otui peat impd Washing ton Allstou tlDeJoke of his Humor him vhon you can You scev De WOO Is the snrt of humorist that expects sotiHlindy to smash tbe batt drum every time lie chortles a pun Sleveland Plain Denier Time and Money Thecounlerfelur was In prison for ten yenrs What fire you here asked a visitor Passing tlmeIAb What torT Passing money And the visitor pissed qn Virtue tIR like a rich atonobet plain tnncon A Splurge Anyhow So you employed the most es pensive soloists you could find fur you musical Yes replied Mr Cuturox Motbei and the girls insisted on It Idorf know whether their idea was to shun that we do cnre fur art orthnlw dout care for money Wnshlngtoi Star Important You seem anxious lately In IoveT YouveNrucssed It Trying ro get up nerve enough to propose No trying lo get up nerve enough to ask my boss fur n xalnry raise Washington herald J But He Probably Did Father said llw youlh according to a writer in the Ilostou Transcripi have decided to beeotnb au jmlsij II you any objeodou i No provided you dont draw ure DoYouGeLUpWith Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmeri SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedy be Ibladder its remark Iable health restoring LI properties Swamp t Root fulfills almost j every wish in over conning rheumatisp pain in the back k4 bladderIrjurinary ravage It corrects inability to noldwaterandBcaldingpaininpassingJt i orbad gflects followinguseofliqudrwine- oy beet and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled togo often through the day and to get up many times during the night Swamp Root is not ecomnlended for verythingbut if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has proved successful that a special ar Jim1cmentlu1s been made by which all readers of his paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifvoahavekld lk neyorbladderrouble When writingmention reading this generous otTer in hic paper and send your address to Dr Kitmer Co 7BinghatntonNY Theregulafiftycent and oaedoliar size bottles arc IOla by all druggists Dont make any mistake SWU1pRootDrdIN IItfY u YE1t iiKE1T TO CHANGE JOBS Monotony of Daily Grind Giiisis1 Baseball Stars to Shift Aroiid COBB WOULD LIKE TO PITCH =Detroits Great flatter and Outfielder Anxious to Try His Slants Against Slugger Tinker Another Brawn Wants Vo Bo Infielder i By TOMMY CLARK Baseball players are queer Individ nals Might few of them are sats fled with their positions The pitcher would be cztt hers and catchers would pe pitchers The qptfielders would like to cease chasing flies and stpp grund ers The Infielders would like to wan der to the outfield and chasethe elusive fly Nearly every player bUll an am bltlon to play some other position thoja tbe one In which he has made his repu tation Doing a specialty becomes tiresome to tho average ball foss and he Imagines the other fellows work Is easier than his own until he tries It For Instance Charley ooln the manager ot the Phillies when he fs not warming up pitchers likes to gob ble up grounders In the Infleld Sherwood Mage of the same team has to be chased away from first base when serious practice begins Ed Waldhsf the White Sor would sooner pe a first Jabcbetter than to go into the box axd twirl in a regular game During tie off season Tyrus does the pitching for InI 1Maybe1 1catcher1 than be culled the Tigers star catch Three Fingered Brown of the erIIwho seems to be nil In as a thinks be wopld make good as an qthr IifonehebucLtiflt twirleeplayed In the Infield so the position Is not new to him Its the monotony of doing the same thing day after day thnt wears on the players and It is real fun for them to shift tosome other posltlpn even fpr a few minutes This habit has reBtilted in some play ers turning out to be stars In positions other than the ones to which they have manRJersTed Is good enough to catch for any team has given up backstop work and Is now playing right Held for the Naps Jack Flynn who did most of the first base playing for IMttsburg last season is now a catcher Flynn was a first class backstop whIte with Georgbtbvm J L Taylor president of the Boston Americans believes that his shortstop Wagner will be even better b hlpd the bat than In the Infield but the chances are that Wagner will remain nt his old station Tom Williams a former catcher is now holding down bag No for the Boston Americans Fred Snodgrass of the Giants gave promise of deveioplbg Into a crack catcher Last season McGraw placed him in the outfield where be boa play ed fairly good balL There Is only one department of the game where all like to shine That Is batting Ed Walsh may like to play first but when It comes his time to bat In practice you bet he doesDt surrender It He bats It Is so with every man In the game He may Jtte dissatisfied with his position be may want to play another but yon bet be wont surrender hi place In the batting order to anybody There are no exceptions English Soccer Team Comfng Announcement has been made that the Corinthians of England ihe fa mons amateur soccer football team which has visited many parts of the world will tour the United Stares and Canada In September The tourists will starttheir schedule In Canada and playi also 4n Philadelphia New York St Louis Chicago and Fall River NEW BROWNS EXCEL HOLDOVERS IN ABILITY New Tork m Vrolnnd were certainly kln III St Louis Browas lts t About the only sure tint ulmbus Hhruiulis nf the tbam this Hjni the aOl t furuily J iHTforinance Of Catcher Clurici whom the Naps turned over in the Browns for Art Grlggs Lnporte and Austin who sJi000 with nart zell to boot obtained from the Highlanders These three men have up nenrly half the strength of the Browns If there art amy more at m1ideI Ilike these the Browns are for negotiations at nil II the terms are ns modi t as those of the Instances cllwL i Jutt a Way He Had- II suppose growled the lat you believe In taking things as they come dont your Only when dont consider them worth golos after replied the 6ptl mist Chicago News V Jn the Air I wonitellr3oucould call it high financeV wiintr beallns In alr3hinstf New York Journal Unanswerable Missionary Buttwhnt b vef111 against Christianity my good 1rptber Cannibal ICing Well tlperee too many clothes go with it for a man with forty wiyesPtick f mttoEn8m1I- usbandExC11se inc dear but jont you cook much more for dinner thus we can use WIfeOf cOUrse If didnt how could 1 economize by ntnitlnR leftover dishes tT6l1e4 Bind e iLlSF Jw Children Cry for Fletchers CASTORIA The hubcenmusesignature jff and has been made under his per jjCGrTgllrtt sonal supervision since its Infancy wcKdecelveyoulntklsAU118 JustasgOod are butExperiments that trine with and endanger the health of mfants anti ChUdrenExperlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA f Castorla Is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil Parejgone Drbpsand Soothing Byrups It Is Pleasant It1er Narcoticsubstancedestroys Worms and allays Ffeverlshness It cures Diarrhoea ant WindColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It asslmlldtcs the Food reguIates the StomaYand Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens P9naeeaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIAI ALWAYS fBciini the Signature of tr i f f 1 The Xiid You Have Always BoUght In UsrFor Over 3O Yeistm mttt 1 1 I I I 1II 1 1 1EIdt I For Public Seriee rSeason c At I r HThurriwn Farm spr fjeHi i K- yBow1on 1911II s Best 149p Chest lt 154 Handst foiled I90ff By Bourbon Chieft 976lIire of Bourbon King i Montgomery Chief etc 11st dam Judy Oliver 6407 by Red Cloud 2197 2nddamby WilSons King 2196 3d dam by sims Clark Chief 2575 4th dam by LeGrand 746 4 t horsrbreedingBourdons Best in or out of Kentucky Pe is ia young hqr and practically untried hence the fqture aJonecan tell whiitl he wili do Ieither goodIfin the show riiig orin the stud We are breeding valuable d secure another e Fee 25 T Insure a Living Coltt jRed King L 2L J32Gi- KStnUt 1 153 Hands Foaled 1903 ByWJlsonVi King 2196J- 1st dam Mrs Cropper by RedBill- 2d damMrsCooper by Red BilL 3ddam Wood by Blue Jeans S beingIMontgomery Chief and tracing pn his dams side tto Blue Jeans 3 6ne of the gzeatestsaddie horses ever owned in Valnii1rif lieis o nces- znbothlndivldunil and can rackand trotas fart isfanybodys V FeVl5 fo Insure tLlvinf Colt orsej tr v Ja kO Diamonds tasF V LookathimtirfybudontIikehimllj wrongitltyouv I Governor Billy i IBlack jaCk white points 15 honda high jlelsby Rapier Jack he by Gov Wood and out of aJBlack Hdwk Jennet A good indiv dual and has proven himself a great breeder He will serve mares at 10 to Insure a Living Colt i r THURMAN PETERS I SPRINGFIELD KY T Have tdu lied It 1it thedturyourtroubIehavet driveitemven anyhowhelpedIntried ia VaIL Why should it not do the same for you 1CARDUIJ4S Tie Womaiii laic aM1rdaufhfer Octava mould havt been In hefir itoday nsid iinot been foe thabiln medicine Cardu T wrsrLa a Lawrence qf Drenio Springs Ky No iif tried helped my daiifhter until she kai taken CwUi I INK jeht for ife CtOGwheJi I ibot M of yOu MjfiWcioe and got a1 boc when the MIl recoiesidCdtill IIyOU drugiat aeijs Crdui with fuI inMructcsgv subs MIe Ris lwleeftDePc hstiueotC ckIiueeeu y iSCt La 1L 1