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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c tt4 nII i i I M j a 4rpt 1t w- rTiB NEWS LEADRt j I N3ERJESOLs x lilNti 23 r js SPRi fIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY JUNE 8 1911 J i I jr r 1OER YEAR f r 1 t or HEI AMEE HO1E 1 ja WlTjJfHE SHI ji t1lIJt JiisweiIneart s I1s TIle UtiUefl ft ifcs1r lit Ienpacola ordered to BrSzUakftceltlnif upnn JhftIiteuantF1WflCd f1etchernd J Ills janGrateThpti1ng ivre tltandC in iiuaTconJer ft the deckhib aag hurrliHl pnrtlhft Fruwnlllrnu Jearn sweetheart I be sadiII jt acl hero wlthn i six 1OhJedtm1poe 1in Jaappenr x r VbfltJcirt happen in these timesl pt peace mIU be hire with the shlgrf atad thcn Dnitspenk confidently there kre storms and down there burnv f cineiV I J DarnnfclteH lou hi be here with the slilp no matter what bappensaThere Wrts a signal rot visitors to l aye1hesl1p tottR inJpusslaaitd embrace IwiweSn the loftjrsand MJss Bumiing weiit ashore t Diren ll1ic Rlo 1tentDt FJctcher y3a 5rdered ip command n boats crew s Jy Jfr so ashore hnd bring oflspppties G TlepnsAoge was not considered dan gerojusj but a strung wind and UflQde Spt y the cfinleuB efforts to keep Uio 11 txJrit stendjr carried her bow arbpnd so AiJjttbatshft1e1I Irita the trough of th6 sea At tbB moment a gigantic wave dash ed ugalnstbec side capsized her and the Yrgurij commander und nil of liLsin crewsv- 1re lrowne4 ITbelwkioar1ce Banning at bear Iqg qrltlier lovers death well nlghup7 Seter reason At first she crJ6d uhlmpltebusly1 to come baetohe- a j j thdVphe hud promised to come back iwJb the hIp Tbeu she fell Into u sthpQia Wck of int rest In everything 1l about lier tu vain Jer toqthdr eu1 of de vbro do pforldo bur with suih pc cupatlpnand hmusement as would dlin verrhei iulud AllJn vain She con J stanllyUjropilcd uYer tiLe ilasfscene be i tw Mil u riiiii her lover especially the wt1kpQlDby each always eudhigt l riLnglsleV fou Ill b r bj t tIie1lR up naatfer whnl t happens Ins Blnolug wuji imliied tu notlrp Pii that ber xliiugbter was keeping trjirji I of the ieuWcoJa That ship on toiurli j vorderSt to proceed around rthe Horn to Slur Pranclscu r v tbjaiae to Hongkong One watihid I rtlf gbyernnient reports indeed net Incnrtrpas in tfie blp sailing around the world Terhap she V1S waiting for It to return that she nilgai again 4stiud In thercPrmjKwberiiahe had bid f den what bad proved a last farewell f l1 WbeptbeSbpeqcbed China qhebe f nnto appuat wore cheerful itiiin nsff per lover was aboard and having 4saied over half the globe would pow 11hate enlered ujiou the return Mrs liannlng not realizing the cause of tli1 change In Grace began lo hope that sue was mending and even looked aboura suitable party with whonv I Is1upt make a match for her Shf knew Grat would tfever marry for lpve anbelng Indifferent as to whom X she mturhd might be Influenced to take a rluji husbjiud At lavTtIl was announced that thtl I ship Peusacpla wits due Shddfd not arrive op jlinc Jind Grace seemed trou ofbled When she nrrlved Grace Was liy aflutter acting n one about to be re united with a lover lustead of with tbe shjp on wlilfh In Imdsnilpd sfi Then came luvinitlqus for a ball glv t en by the otfliers pn board the ship Mrs Banning reproved the servant who unwittingly ttave the cards to Grsice but tvas thiwder truck whpu heriauhlv told her that she woufd attVml thV hnJlIKndlns that HliecbuUT nOdieitjdeJ hlrUlt motUer Consent Vltji a faint 1tiiite ltI att the vIi1V 4undt ilrlr tUffferwit drttimstnnetdifcom life lasv mlgli liwiji Qnlthe night ot tlip1 entertainment the jimp was urlliluully tllmnlnnted whlA marine hand furnlsilied mustr TThe jecU wpreln poss sloii of tile daiyerH Mrs Unnniug kept an eye on tier dnulIl r fur iiwlllle hut r eeg HwnnKlio stand jip so well under the Jrain UilU her mot her Koutvgave over watontnr Ijrr TlumUrllCwns miss t lag h1utd walked on the arm of a ryival ottlwr 10 orner wtJre she had parted with iit Uivi That cot tier vrtls nun In ujpgiftht and couples were walLing past It to and fro JSilUdfnly Graces form quivered she tbrcrJJvuer4irm exclaimed OU Ned t fcuew you would l 1rdShe started forward with dntstrctch ei1nrmei4tsPJatlK in moon HVr aTfimtartl UtltfuIIIQ picked her npJJCiiljre Jr cbuiH who were lia lngspraii JoLhlRa lRtance Wa t1er wfis rtpriHkU l rn n r race aiid she revived Then with li strange light in I sheIye site avnlkirt wny supported hyob r uttojfaifut Her mother was chUe8mi tttty left the ship to he v dfi pn hong WI10JIbUIttJI bttn twr scnr- tPU41dWfltI i k to IW fllnce whir i U fijftUwcniw TluTp In the car luhart 411 or fancied she i SirI4totf ntipukid up KtntndHVi itt ftiy ieaweed tI i wpiioVrpd iow thpy tame there nfrpwas drtvpn tu u iome sLit nev- vrt fjervviarfl jeft She mjide no IlIInj r tip of Ill tiUiW of her stiork iind tier mother never ased for IUf rttietlo- tqperpJflg It The phYflllctan who rivljed 3n ii wuounilft l her cnso one ot hyWerm flm result of monomania or brt ptflngpnone ubJ5cT However thai mjiy bej her melancholy never left bet nod six months titter her second 7Ill to the PennactMa she bad passed a way flp J Allan Winter Goes to Russia Allfcn WnterVthe great trotting stnK lion will do service In Russia this fudr Uebas teen taken to the znrs 1dornlnlons byrrFrank Caton who had jstleftthA t9l1iItI7 after bis isijth tlgdteen years Caton bas done a lott towacd bulldlhg up trotting In Russia and be likca the conditions fWntexlst 1nhec61itrY AJlan Wit ter was pujxbacd rxvp years ago by oUI J WiR tj0 d Ca 1tQD Ae17 llC N4i ireooorA ftJ no ck fi1aaw J t r i 1 i = it 1 T Valley i4i Old Sol says that summers icey ainl y here anti when you sea certain geritiprnpn wending thfelr way riverward with the ushing pole thrown over their whistling gayly as tbjDy plodalon you are all the more sure Its strange how ome fellows ali sitall day and fish und comeS oeempt7htnded v nd n se0m ltb notice the weeds grow iq the potato rows or cab 3ge patch Mr James Moran Jr and wife of town vyere guests of the fOfp1rsparents here Sunday Mw Thos Virgin of Maui FridaytMr Edd Goatley and family- tt1Mr and Mrs Rufus Good ette rind children spent Sunday lihtheir ateuts at Maud Mrand Mrs Edd Kelley pnt Sunday with Mr Hugh atIJSind family Eddie and Robert Moran were town Saturday Mf 0 P Goatley and wife and Earnest Goatley and wife dtfedAv ith Mr gillie Beam and tSonQuy v ISunday School is progressing nicely Eycfr1 bgdy iinvited and rgcd to come every Sunday At threefo clock Srqwn Bishop Co u hbght Mr iVilI Morn two hogs and UEJ Goatldy six hogs pay 560pert hundred t Mr and Mrs M Hed of town aresp ending the veelc in tlifecount y ii sjentdict Janes was here Saurday afternoon to MrBalrer Bullard and Mr Note Weekly were in town Mon day Mr Jas Harmon and family spepi Sunday evening as guests f MrJ R Oneal and faHiily Miss Ruby Oneal is visiting herslster Mrs S P Derringer town Mr Joseph Derringer pur ihased of Tatum and Grundy a new buggy Look out girls Kicked By A Mad Horse amuel Birch of Beetown Wish ad a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the rightful ore thatdevelopcd but at Iast Buckl ens Arnica alve cured it completely Its the greatest healer ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores bruisesand pilespn eaith Try it 25c at Haydon Robertson Double Wedding I Two prominent Shelby county coup eg were participants in a double wedding in the parlors of be eglbdch Botel at non to ay They were Miss Mae Bell Gibbs and Clarenqe S Browja aqd MisS Mary Willis Young ind Lester Gibbjs The Qrst1 named bride and the lastnamed room are sister and brother Ii wasltbetor of the Presbyterian church at Shplbyville There were noI attendants and the ceremony Was witnessed by onry the im mediate families of the contract jog parties After the cer moll 7 an elaborate luncheon was served to the wedding party and guests Mrs Brown and Mr Gibbs r r cJllldren 01 Mr and Mrs w brGi b who moved to Sbe1b y from iV shingtbn county about two 3 ears ago Father and soul are extensive land owners anc Stock ealers being partners Jn busiqc ss Mrs Gibbs is the only child of Mr and Mrs Ezra 3V Youn Mr 5Toung isthechajr Dem1os nownand wealthiest farjn ers in the county Mr Brown is cne ted witha Louisville automobile agenby and Is Well kqow to motorists all oyer Kentucky He is at present stationed in Lexirgton lr and Mrs Brown will leave this afternoon for Central Kin tucky while Mr and Mrs Gibbs wilt go to Ptench Lick Springs for a shot t stay Lightning Kills Ball Player Unipnto r Ky May 31 During a violent thunderstorm here yesterday afternoon Jesse Pike ayouig farmer who re sides about four miles east of the city was truck by lightn ing and Mnsiantly killed He was playing ball at the timQ of his death Ae was raariied and leaves a wife and two children Emmet Sturgeon On Wednesday night tff last weeka five sorrel mare belong ing to Mr J R Uuckman who lives new New Market was stolen1 and as Emmet Sturgeon was seer the previous Jay in that vicinity he was at once sus p cted of having stolen the valuable horse M fBuckman telephoned toi Lebanon to have circulars pin ted otfering a reward of 25 for the recovery of tho mare Sand 25 f 5r the arrest and conviction of the thief These circulars wore sent by mail all over the llowerend oLthig Stat Monday nfterfcoon be was arrested near Albany inl Clinton county not far fruin tht Tennessee line He had passed through Columbia and James tbwci and at the latter place hadl triec to sell the mare JJis ac ion appeared suspicious and aftej leaving Jamestown he was seen to cut the telephone vire Thei Sheriff of Clinton county wast notified and with a posse started to meet Sturgeon when Sturgeon saw the officers approaching he attemptttd to es cajje and a n umber of shuts were exchanged beforehedeserted his horse andhid iu a dense woods When captured he was heavily armed From papers he attemp ted to destroy his identity was ascertained A warrant had been issufd bere for his arrest and the officers at Albany were notified I to hold him Wednesday morn- ting Mr Jim Benningfield a New Market left for Albany to convey to the officers the war Iirant for the arrest of Sturgeon and to bring the mare home Emmet Sturgeon ise bad char facter and he and his father George Sturgeon have been a source of great annoyance to the good people of the New Market district 130th haye often been indicted and fined and imprisoned The father is now under indict menl for stealing timber and Em met while awaiMng trial on sey I iF1RE 1I I I INSURANCE 1I thatland Fire Insurance Companies that have been in more insurance in force than any others doing in the United States Companies IIbusiness Boston through Baltimore all suchconflagrations and San Francisco as thatIIall their losses fully and promptly yOurs as well Nothing but 1RepresentedI r i 1 can shown I have misstated any material facts in the ONE PRICE TO All AND THAT THE LOWEST 11that BY ANY RESPONSIBLE J W COMPANY BUSH 1 L i Insurance Agent II JIII II sr i eral charges escaped 10m j i11 here a few weeks ago 3e is a brother of Clarence Stirgeon who was hung in Louis yiJIea fewytis ago for murder vlngI killed three men Marian r con J4 U Order Was Cancelled r When John Hanson tof Me Phergon finally gets though with his grievances against the courts he will no doubt conclude that itwould have bsto better j had he taken the shoot Uiat Rep resentative Brown of Harvey county once did Brown vasi practicing law at i Newton He fell out jth thQI district judge oVer som trivial matter Oneday tbq court WdonJ ted him as a witness iir a case and sent the sheriff aftei him Just tell the jidge nin go tto h slid Brovn wlien the sheriff told him to coin eft o court All xightfIl said the slieriffl The latter wheeled arcund and started toward the courthouse Brown turned and lJok la bimI The Ilinger he looked he more convinced was he hd had made arter1tbei too fast for IBm and reauhed tbejj court room unmolested May it please the court 1II 3adj the sheriff Mr Brow toldme to tert the court to got h Just then Brown i rushe through the door to he court roem and before any thi tig couldI be said or done by he jjudge Brown remarked May it please you honor I harp changed my mipd YouJ need not go Ill tfislifyi The incident caused go muchI merriment that the staid old judge forget the man t and or dered Brown to the wit ess stand to testify Kannas City Journal I aved H is Moth PS Lllej Four doctors had give a mp vpr writes Mrs Laura Gaipes of ArCcaJ i La arid my criildrenadall my friends were looking for ne to die when my son insisted that use Electric Bitters J did so and they have done me a world of good I will al l ways praise them Elce ric Bitters I is a priceless blessing toI jpmen thatI re troubled with fainting landOiizji spells backache Headache weakness debIlity constipation or kidney disorders Use them and gain ew health strength and yjgor Theye guaranteed to satisfy or icooey refunded Only Oc at Haydon n f RI6gerts DandelIon J The suburban h flni plenty of young abbots of dandelions tit this scnllonto use on ibr table f she possesses a good sized lawn For salads and pot herbs at this season gather the delicate young dves early In jhe morning ns the hot sun of midday seems to Tilt dandelion little herb that a saladtoulbcnIhCID of Is not to be advls com bine well with anti may belJNed with nev beets or devtiod eggs An exccll iht French cook adds a hit of bacon cut In dice to a salad of bleached dandelion leaves FMscaronl aalnToaaln If and take of small salt ba a a non the macaroni In saltel water till tender then drain and cut Into short lengths Fill a buttered taking dish with layers of macaroni aiij tomatoes flavoring each layer with pepper snit and grated cheese and p itting some small bits of butter between Cover the top with bretdrumts and bake for half an hour in a moierate oven Serve with nicely fried ra hers of ba con on top F Coffeo Cake oneItwo eggs two mid u half peaspoonfnls of baking powder a pl4 h of salt about throequarter of ufjtcaspoonfnlt lemon a quarter of of butter lot a tablespoonful of ntp Melt butter break In th without beating and pour hi an olclith of a cup of milk and half a cupot old coffee Make lu three layers For fllllng use a pint of niHk halt a cup of flour two egss boaieiii salt es scare and a cup of sugar Boll Ingredients In double boiler r STarragon 3auc To make tarragon sauce which Is a suitable Jiccbmpanltacnt fto various Jiinds of fish vegetables and dressed eggs beat up the yolk of an egg with a teaspoonful of tarragon vinegar and stir It Into half a plnt of boiling melt ed butter ofipr taking the saucepan from the stovd Continue to stir for a few minutes to prevent tljcf sauce from curdling then add a Jargjl teaspoonful of finely chpppcdfresh tdk+agon and It Is ready tor use j A Cooking Hlnrt Whenever you are jbajrlng cookies pin a piece of muslin ovjer the bread board stretching It tigi4Flour thlt muslin well irnd you tin toll till Jou7h art soft and tutu iMi plcafe A piece A muslin nrout l the rolling pin Is stilt autberImitnL fSCRATCH MACHINE I cri Paducah Speech j vpaducal Ky June 81w- ould that the prospects for Democracy in Kentucky re asI bright as they are in the nation exclaimed Senator Joe Black burfa to a crowd of 300 at me Kentucky Theater here tonight Machine politics has blighted Jie party in the State and only the people can rredeem it There is no hope from the State Executive Committee llll appeal to the court of last resort the voters of the party to saye it from the consequences of the committees blunders Wherever you lint a man oathe ticket at the primary whom you suspect of being a machine can didate scratcH him and demard of every candidate at once that be insist on a platform conven lion before the primary July 1 If a convention is not called or unless God jin His iinfinite prolectlliglarms party in Kentucky it is lost It may be thexandidaies for Governor are not the strongest m nio the party Neither of them may de your choice I lid mit neither is mine but the con dition confronts us and we must make the best of u Iyberebyvote for his own choice for party n miuees Cuarlie Whe ler introduced Senator Blackburn who said that he had written Ito Mr Wheeler asking hrm to stand for tile gubernatorial nomination and save the parlY The state ment was greeted with applause Barn and Contents Burned Saturday evening about 630 oclocka large stock bara on the farm of Mr Wm F Lillard near this city was burned to the ground Wheii first discovered the tire was in the loft of the structure and Mr Lillard ard some of his laborers hurried to the scene and attempted to save two valuable work horses but the animals could not be gotten out Besides the building and the horses a lot of feed a wa gon some farming implements and gear etc Were destroyed Mr Lillard estimates his loss at 2000 partially covered by in surance Anderson News Meets With Painful Accidents Henry D Gilmpre had three of tbe fingers of his hand painfully cut ami bruised Tuesday after noon in an electric fan at Bene dettis restaurant He placed his band on the fin in order to feel the strength of the current of Sir and in doing so acejdently touched the rapidly revolving blades A physician dresse4 hi injuries A second painful acci dent happened to Mr Gilmore Wednesday moining While dusting a shelf in bis room his hand came fa contact gjLha fishing book So deeply was the hook imbedde tn the flesh it had to be cut out by a physicianr Lebanon Enterr prise Negr Bandits Guilty f Les Gregory Bud Hawkins and Curly Johnson the thre0 negro desperadoes who held up beat and obbed five wnite men one nigbc asf February while ttelaiter were on their way from Lincoln county to Danville to sell th0ir tobaccp were found guilty on three counts e3ch jin Oircuit Cjaurt and sontenced to iarYfHartoQsborg Sad Dejath of Aged Lady The coin unity was shocked to learn lhat MrsSallie Hamil ton wife of Mr Clem Hamilton one of the wealthiest andl best known ugn ottbecou copi- enittQd srltclde Wcdncsd mOJ 1wellf 1 ijfl this city She was Sij rp seven yearsoldandbad been InIi bad health for the past year and for the list few weeks her mind had been unbalanced Shewas missed by members OCI9Ckjt sri cOver and removed by LtsIe Martin and Tlofrflln Moobin Mrl bothIjcjmng counties and belong Id one of the oddest families in this section orth Slate Prior to her marriage deceased was Miss JTheducted by Rev Father Hog rty at St Austinechnrch yester day morning at 9 oclock and in terment was in the Catholic cem etery here Deceased is surviv ed by her husband and two daughters Mrs Florence John sun and Mrs Wiliam Osborn The grief stricken relatives have the sympathy the entire com munity Marion Falcon How To Keep Hot b Look at the thermometer very 10 min trs Believe only the thermometers that register the highest Read the weather predictions over and over Talk about the weather Insist that OUI climate is changing Drink lots of ice water lemon lade and stuff in the effort to something that will make you feell cool Say Isnt this a scorcher every five minutes Look at the thermonieter again Run for the street car and then discuss the heat with tile conductor Before retiring say This bedroom is l lean overt1 If you see ahyorie Who looks comfortable sigh Vif bet hei isnt half as comfortable asfhe look Occasionally say Ppur peo pie prostrated by heattodayv MyOrnyChicago Post Will Visit Rome Rev Father Michael presii pent of St Marys College lets Saturday evening for Eome He expects to be absent several months While there be will attend a meeting of the heads of all the colleges throughout the country under the control and management the Order of Resurrectfonists Rev Father Ignatius will be in charge of thje college during Father Michaels absence It is very probable that RevL David Fennessy who is nowin Rome and who is well known to the people here on ac count of his connection with the college in years past will acC conlpany Father Michael on his return home in the fall Leban on Enterprise I Battlerr A meeting was held Tuesdav evening at the Hardesty Hotel by locl base ball enthusiasts ta take steps towards organizing team Uptake part in Jihe seriesofr games that will be played during the coming Chautauqua Pro Jack Sanders was elected captain and general manager Several seasoned players front St Marys College will be home in time to join the Lebanon nine anil local fans expect to have a team this year that will win the trophy Much interest 1al r ready being manifested as to the result of the gathesLebanori- Enterprise V Glasgow Ky June 8 WhilE plating and romping with several children in the lawn Lois Turley jLhesmall daughter of Mr and Mrs James Turley of Hart county was badly in jured Oscar Sturgeon a small boy was running after her with A pitchfork whenshesuddenly stopped and Jthe pitcbfork vent through her right Umbt Thft screapls of the1itt0 one attract ed he m berbut when she reached her sldj the child was almost unconscious t f WifI Ji r V IFlag Day Mayor W Q Hnad today will iissudjaproclam tfoncalUngrpon the people of Louisville to ob- serveFJag Day June 14 bya display of the Ameriqan flag redJpndiOf thaloption by Congress of the bjanner which has rernained the symbol of the United States ever jsince The obseryahce ofjfhisr annN yeraary occasion is becoming bienyrl through the activi of the American Flag Association Uextjjear being a johecfuarter dentenaial there w npri b3bly bR somespeciali l national effort made for a eehfrall Celebration JTho American Flag Association has issued an appeal to thc President and trjeGoyerhors of the Statr3 tqisu procfaIIMiciJjFi recommending Citizens lomflke observance of the day tIdisplay of the flag and patriotic exercises be heW insihe schonls fard thjy is the most importanttQf alJt for it iIpthe schpos that respcc futf Je flag must be JnGutcatej3 7 ifFarm Notes Agriculture is older lhaa his toryi v p 24 Barnyard manure is ajmost a r mrle fPtliZ ri 0 COrn iis thcheapstat pro duinlg t od 1n the corn belt Itiis as easy tip produce hortey of good quality as iit is io pro duce he other kind Farming seriOus businbsj and is on a par withoteLprofessiojToTCiCcupaHbn 1 tIn selecti1 gs di raajter whicnneeds carefull5 attelntiorf 1 the keeping qualIty of vegeta bles c Thekeynotaih ettingaed Tngjof cbver is the mechS lcaf condition tof and the humus fn tbetsoil f I jClover feet11 on tha nineral matter In the soil and hitrogeri in the air Out df the reEihpt moat crops Eyery spring an unnecessarily large iinniber of young pigs are lost by the desease known as thp thumps Alfalfa bests solves the tprbf lenIof supplemenlng pafturV and will maintainafull flow oJI milk all summer C16ver is the best soil renova tor because it better fflIstljt soili with h umosII The seeds ol melons BndTca cumbers should iB8tartddunv del glass not oyerlour weeks hi adinceoffielal plantrhg J Exl Lexington Reporter i The Luckiest Man LexirJ ittdn Ky J dno 4rTalk ing Ubout 1man falling lit tf dQwer and coming iip jSwTtli a JtlC gpfd pre he is flot jn it will Vyi J Jouett rppDjtirbnth Lexingon Herafdv who last night was assaulted by a iegrpi had him arrestedahdtbda found thre was a rdwatd fOr bls capura4iVI t iheutf2J r liaitfdd John Maupio is wanted at Richmond on aruhur e of iusebreakirig tfadbceiktrf ou j6f jal J Mr outttwaseatngattbe Jiiiiy Reataurani this nioiifrilhg t twheo the negro came ad and oplt as atSeW8rprdered out and waitnif for1 JojiQltat tadbed him with brassknucka whenrhe came Out tJoneit s tzgftIP aUd Idh1fli ariestea- heta 1iids tgetber- ward Mr Jduettr a fewMiys ago fail down the Herald bffibg step Xo the street ajid tvhei be had gathered his wits 3wKethejr found that his hand rested uponI thxeti 1 bllla vhlch I liftd ben Cost Bysome person on tUe sldeI walk I I ls Rmlacs iin Ithk PIe san Gxoveiue1ghbor tftdi b IJe In 1 d- n one apdII i l infor1 a1 nJ ff over 11ir rded byt J Br aPtin I rif5L AIL r bBscRJi7iJA1OARAR tl L r r f f H4JKENTUCKY afQdsnp f 4ssdE3T1mEV r t JtP- OWDER IJ AbOMyf I JSJJ II AIM1aS19t 1r r Former Bark Prei j i dentCetsFr c lQm t I fbwqnVboro Ky IMal3Irrr Afterhavinserv f3 nyjjii 1 the y nitentiury airdaifilTeT A dersbnj a fornier Owepg OuriYbahk pretiidut 4al4en I1 ltd Lie was jervhg1ant ighteen mouths sentence for it atementofjheDaviebsi iljfatt bet Jinew U be false vOn r accotfnt pf ill heJlthf hj lpaV granted thirty dsys iCsite j froovthejpeuUentidry itt April i tIe coujBnoi be pAroledttnilf bjeI had served a earj i PqLBefOre leaving Eddyyille tie I jvent to the penitentiary andebade farewell td JameITHt Par Yistfj another OweD1 broloriner banlfpresidentbndfiQitheVfrienda 1Iff Hes rrrsif trvT gone to ennl to inae jiisthome thnieni brsothis family F Of i A Hadic r j u tlS l IMr DYantlelORf thUst7 rSatuidavatRobi i house on Lexi1igtox t ttHeDad thrroDlbta load diio jl tDwn and had secured it frbrh filliag froth the vagdnbabobiiivpbleV Id attesting ep Iasci1 the pole itIew uQt anai i n struck him sauareaciOBs tbe t rfasja He wasa blpbdy looKing t object as IQ passed the Heruld pffice od his way toiba doctor j We areglddto stateftfiathl li juried are noLsetjQUsgfodsb- nftgIlerald jt J+ Sti thr j KickedtBy a Ca 1 Mr Jeplha Britton 1ibbiys dsbips cs1ts fgr ijiim J tQaljpfqnqof tnem i ri torstaipmenvlastairia tiM und had llanded Mfl sriugly- when the smairbjyXnlycicked l4tt3 landed equacely bapsuasal Jroltfoicis rTbe bioi Jleir und fopa mnmenjt tbJtgrthought all the i blacksmithl bammerintowirhadindedon J 1hISHerald 4s IJ The pncet nfiouViiiriex Dd aU but we giirkiktuiquality JfWbiteodari1B Tohsoni- Q 4 neter IIli orfkli JpaiJvSaoUo J quality flrstuntLty so d QssgOWAyQo r t1 Welsh weflknown ffirsaer of art cuuntytutfer li oke tvhileatwork in 5 fie aihj fells jauconscl6us cfje yFH8 J nWQKle l inrtnetplow lines ad wAs dritg gea t h1sJ4p mVbyuiulea distance r9l some tWhmar i yards hen Qe asiow at- thq gate Dj iIstikldeifli than aii9btft4sbitlev ed thisthe will Tjioif e Mklnlf kt andyts1eepjeiraiftis r of Clay City IJljc Mc C5lk4d- Bwas In the Noultail 0 tH Mv4ie Of five OCtOIjWk9 Mle had t umpUozi but fbCzb MJp eiluihte attdtte4 3pis4 qtDz tags Nt PiuSu7s lir ganouscIt I yotIt i i 1iiIebrrianutOfina 1kP 4 good Itk agla k ax easecdppcrup iIfw horrhes i r Li fe1itt i j Price Gap Ili4er rt- lItreft GUaity Mass ftQJ J1 TE NEWSREADER JSJlfGPIELD ILY x4ih lf i rUT TZUaIDATth 4t t Mfs L N JQSUII UHt r ikraald Publishers tq reE1iiL I 5 1i Ma e adttt forJR pre enUtfve In Itr tesi bse ottacicy re l4atr trim Mttafton comr itOtht action of the DcmiJcrttic t Loac ilf As I have been bent ora w wMki I will try tQ write a jewlhwiof Thteretw the read 4eri lthe NewLezdur fisT riLl fro ltbiJ place at W secondbirthday din t 1erof N rene Stpmph Sunday i iie 4b She received several jfWee preUBji Th writer f JJ i Tawi fair many more hpr birUl4ay A fHl J tllt famUy the p4aut pestof O E Mil cuIcuir v fxd W Whitebouse sold one MgedcowtoW P Hatchett lot r 12260- v B T Stumph and daughters 4 Sadie and Heckle dined Itllu JT GStamph and family last Sunday W F Hatclaett bought fouIn 4 yearling calves from 3 0 Mil ton price 25 per head VirgUe Milton and son Fred e gained with L M Stomphand family Sunday Vttallr1 Isham of oe Lebanon rf was visiting friends tthis pltce R last Friday1L I 4 Mrs W MMiltqn Mrs Mary Brady and daughter May were j the quests of J 0 Milton ijnd wire last Tuesday j Dora Gabbard of near Har rodsburg spent a few days last week with herunt Mrs Aimer I Hilton near this place Well tb Raggie Boy is com ming to Sharpsville right soon jjio Ret that irocktail coat as I tielietve iit wDuld be of some value i now to keep off some of the duelit John Boswell and family SaiuTaTiy and Snuiay with their r BOBJ vA1oeza anct family dear enwick f Several of the farmers around hero have planted their tobacco 0 ground Iin corn aqd say they are v not going to raise any mor to jacco at the price it was this f t time i TG Stnmph lost a valuable milk cow affcw day ago with VmlHrfev Er K RiLffav Bovit I Midnii jjin the Ozarks i and yet sleepless Hiram cranton oJ Mpcfingbed coughed He was In the mouBtainiou the dvlceC j Xof five doctors who laid he hid con isuinptioo Hiit fonnd J6 help in th x elimapl and started homeHearinR of Dr Kings iJeir pbcoyery he be gan to eltHI believe it saved1 mj ife he writes for it made a new f man sut ofme that I can now d goodiv rk again For all lupg dls Ceases coughs coldsi lagrippa asthma crgup whooping cough hay fever uInsjSitethe best knowa remedy I Price 60o and 1X trial bottle free Qnaranteed by ILaydon4Rot arteon rr I t j HllIsooro i Asl1 have been abset4I win try toiVgetin rank with th read erF of this paper once mcire Mr and Mrs DB Souther larid dined at the home jof Mr M ijrj Davis Sunday Ifr and Mrs X A Coulter spent Sunday at the home o Mr XS Suttonijn Mri and Mrs Johu Armstrong spent Sunday at Mr Erastut p jrklns We wonder wbVt had become c of jJutterfly Why dont you IbeTike Bill Brains always stir s 1Irinc 4 The farmers ate about up with tbeir w6rk1 waiting fojr a gocd rain to brighten everythmsr up 1 and tten every body will te i buayaattIntObco Mi J At3oulterpurcbas mare of Mr Jf S Snttoi for one hundred dollars snd resold Her P atone hundred and tweutyfiye dollars 1i1 Vr On ntatirdyt IJnnelOt J1UtI rTt 11thbe hld H UPQIJ oO Mrmon j t e W- gw t 1 NyiIKdBt i v t aa1oooiFridayaftsr we tIhll all ittit4w l cburofa it order t9 c1etfti fti Mfr Irspent Sunday with Mrs Coul ters father and mother Mr and Mrs Jr MV Shields Me and Mrs Edward Hanby J B Brewer spen Sunday ate home of Mrs Win Scott Sun day It is thought that therp will be a few more weddings close here al aooo L M Clark and family IMr fr0m Friday until Sunday Mrs CUrks parents at Cardwell eMlssEftiq Coulter spent Mon day wih her brother Mr Sabe CC oulterIMrandMroElence Scott of Polio spent Sunday with Their daughter Mrs JohnXJrow Miss Leona Growls improving this writing llJNo Gures Catarrh AltI o Coughs Colds Croup aiidiSore Throat Haydon Willett guarintoea feYr OMEI pronounce it Hfgbome fto re catarrh acute or chronic to Srethroat or moneybac- kXnuesofdeafnescaled by ca tarrh there is no remedy so efficient nYMEI U aliquid extracted rom the eucalyptus trees of Australia and is soothing healing germ kill g antiseptic hAsisting of a bottle of HYOMEtand mindestructiblehaler costs 8100 For treating catarrh or any thi oat or nose ailment pour a fe drops into tie inhaler and breathe Thats all you have to do and asI the air pisses through tbe inhaler it becomes impregnated with antiseptic Hyomel and this soothing heal1nc airas it passes into the lungs reaches every particle of the inflamed mem brace kills the germs and heals the raw sore catarrhal spots If you now own a Ry mel inhaler you can buy an extra bottle of Hyomei for only 50 cents at Haydon 4 Wiiletts or druggists everywhere Litsey Miss Katharine McCann of Chaplin is Visiting her cousin tljyenia OConnor Misses Nannie Thompson Logan Neale and Jennie Leach man were the guests of Miss Fi ancis Litsey the latter part of the weelrVThe young folks from here at tended the strawberry supper at Grnndy Home last Friday even log Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs JR Reed Miss Eleanor Reed visited Miss Sara Reed Saturday night A large crowd attended tbtdecoration at Pleasant Grove Saturdayafternoon Mrs J I Martin and Miss argareL Reed visited at the Grnndy Home Wednesday- SMiss Della Ray Gregory ha returned to St CatharIne afterI spending several weeks with her parents Miss Harvey VanArsdale iis visiting lelatives in Springfield this weekI CASTOR IIAIIn lafimti andOhlldrenI Tli jew YN Han Always Bi gh Bears the Signature of WomansWorld 8opi of Queen Marys Social Meve Suggest She Lacks Tact t j j j1c Ja 4I 9a DUOHE83 OP HAMTWOS A good many people are wondering whether Queen Mary Is going to merit the sobriquet of Mary the Tactless ince she came to the throne and re allred that her pet aversions the Americandol1ar princesses were qnita capable of taking offense and packing off with their money to some more hospitable capitals court circles have m 0adepersistent rumor that the queen Is J antiAmerican The belief howeverhas by no means been by appointments made In the readjust aiit of the court and the distribution f social prizes in the shape of coronation appointmentsV For instance Queen Alexandra had as one of her coronation canopy bear e liraOf Marlborough formerly Mis Con suelo Vanderbilt of New York Even the dukes relations uphold her in her differences with her husband The- harities of the duchess are such as should commend her to a queen ap preciative of good works yet Queen Mary seemingly put a slight on Amer icans by omitting the Marlborough name from the list of her four canopy bearers and reappotntlug the three other duchesses who bad officiated at Queen Alexandras coronation In place of the Duchess of Marlborough ttblqueen named the Duchess of Ham ton a selection that has caused Eng lish society to gasp with surprise for one of the other canopy bearers also the Duchess of Montrose and thIsI ancient feud of Hamilton and rose has been renewed It came a bout in this way The late Duke of Hamilton had only one c ucta daughter Lady Mary DouglasHamilton to whom be was devoted The heir to the title the present duke was a dis t Lnt kinsman It was possible for the duke to alienate much of the tam Iltort wealth from tbe estate and when he died he willed everything he could to his daughter One of the Hamlltons richest pos sessions was the Island of Arran where they reigned as sovereigns Houses and lands securities art treas ures everything not entailed was willed to Lady Mary by her father so that when the present the thirteenth duke moved into Hamilton palace Its walls were almost bare The duke was unable to appear In society or even keep up appearances until ho married Mis Nina Poorei an English heiress Neither the duke nor the duchess have ever forgiven this alienation of the estate and when Lady Mary Ham ilton married the Marquis of Graham heir of the Dnke of Montrose the an dent fend stemcd to be about to be revived English society is large and hitherto the two proud Scottish duch esses have been able to move like stars each In her separate orbit but their Joint appointment as canopy bear ers to the queen is drawing them to gather and in a manner that cannott tall to provoke questions of precedence to which neither Is likely to yMdV The Hamlltons are the direct de scendanta of the Douglas famous In the day of Bruce while the Montrose descend from thnf Montrose who fell a victim to the treachery of the false Argyll The Argyll of today happens tto bd the queens uncleIIilaw husband tt the kings aunt Princess Louise The house of Hamilton holds Itself in no way Inferior to royalty having of ten intermarried with it and being lineal descendants of the house of Stuart FOlEY ORINOIAXATIVE rOHSlOMACM TROUBtt and S 2J TIIc j 17 Unexpected Guests 2 The farmer and Kui wife were about to sit down to a drivingtowardsThe good wife was equal to the dcasinthJnks to Wl W Perfection Oil Cookstove She kaJlt lit in a mpraentt slid her guetb hardly were seated Go the porch before a hearty lOtmeal was ready for the table UUMU we nd bet rasbem of efreaky bacon and rollsVitt 4crped ttevea dfrUb coif ecand the hostess herselfas cool iMiiCa ib8e hd sot been near dye kitchen S jwjter coyW have managed it with an oldfashioned range cookertheikaLt MiJswithiiaI3 Oftr3 Lie rcmeca wt 01t101 pCb exjIierj tit tltcircwao Oil IMorontl VVV f Stranger 4 Story llluslrating i Jow Persons Wi1lHangoto thTheory5 By William I Chewer5 Copyright by AmerJc aftesaAsso elation WJ In the central part t the Crow ley was one of tho q rillbeea tl alI dlsIAmong e from the west was man who seemed ra hare stampeu on his eonutehance I have expert enced a ItJetHe h iflno sooner tered the town thun ho walked through the street ther 8u15one street looking at every one hemet as thong he were searching fur some one Hi kept tills up until be seemed to be sat isfled that he hud seen overs one h the town then discontinued ltseUp was a very jpcommunlcatlvr man and made nofr ends His name was not forthcoming sq he soon ac quired tthe soubriquet 6f Stranger B entered u claim and vrent to work wit ijIck and shovel Ilkt the rest of th men In the town When the ctallacoach arrived from the easthe was al wnys on hand He Scrutinized ever person who alighted and when thmc awayWhofor7 asked one of a knot of men bin evening as Stranger calked away trot the coach with his u ant look of dlsap polntmentIWant 1 know w he is and wh b InesStubbs Well Ill tell y Hes om them fellers whis life has been wrecked by a womai indnnother 1hbeen married ind another fellei as taken his wife fiviii him Its m o Inpinionfeller that robbed him of his wife andwhen he comes yojiII see a sbootln flmatchI oIn iiationtrangers been do n somcpn to gli himself wanted siinewberes When b 5eOed himself afore hs settled down tintinthere wasnt no ote yere as knowed him then he entered his claim an hwehtabout himself He aint agoin to fur nlsh nobody wBqs huntin him wit1rInformation about where he Is These are bur a few of the reason conjured up for St ngers presence In the town and his si igular actions TIu only person who was not iuterestehIn them was Stnincnr but hi was the only PCrHtl who didnt he itiany of them E14jiirsued the eve tenor of his way dUxing In his holi the ground and joing every evening Iin the futuli tb Iflspvt the Incoming utOtic diy Si tiger was missing troD lib hole Uhf absjhce at once set e cry tongue wagging with accelerated flgor Every one jwondf d where IItoIjad gone and If be would ever com back FWhere has he ginel exclaimed BID Stubbs Why hjjs got wind of tht teller hes lookiu for As to his com In back that dep nds which man gill the drop on tother one If Stranger gits itand hope he will hell con ir back I reckon 9n0 hell feel better satisfied with himself Like enough he may take another bolt on matrlmo ny Oh rats BulVtUbbS exclaimed Andy Tones Ayiien you git a notion Into your head ypii make everythlnp fit It Stranger bad got wind of an enemy shore enough but not the enemy you mean HaV becred that a she r Ia has got wind o him and Strangers jist iltout to give him the slip That the most reasonable view to take of It Seems to mfsuggested Enoch Mudge that both you fellers Is flttln Strangers goln a tvny to your explnnn Lions Ive allus uk notice that whEie a man gits an i ee into his makes all his oiher idees run that way Did you e cr bear of a out and out Demmycrat lurnin into a llepub- llcab or opposite way The remark did not change the views of Bill Stubbs or Andy ones who both declared tin t they were ready to listen to any otl or reasonable theory concerning Stran ors nbnse than their own but when kludge advanced one they both attack d It lgorously He slunk away leading thii two men ar guing with each dther Then came Inlurmatlon that added volume to the rime of conjecture Stranger rotumeli looking happy What did t6li you1 said Stubbs Hes met his n an and got the drop onIifmVHes dodl dtbe sheriff And Jones claimed At tills point a small boy spoke up I seen Straner go into his cabin when he came back The lust thing be done was to jtnke a piece o paper from between wo logs arid tear It Into little bits How you gol to account for that Bill Stubbs at Jed Andy Jones How you gol to account for IU Since both needed time to make the Incident accord vltU their pet theories rio explanation was brought forth But the myster rot the bit of mp errput a quietus ion most of the theo rles held by Stt ingers fellow citizen and was the or ly event jhat had o Crrutted during his residence nmorlit them that teudcd to check the forma tion of new onei One day otter the distribution oftiieimail the iristroister gave out that i letter had con a for EHward Trues dale and Stran er had claimed ItiI watched lira when he reed 11 added the info mant Sand jseen him scowl and give its revolver n hitch Reckon hes gone to meet his manI this time shore said Bill Stubbs I thort you t rId hed killed his when he went way You bet mctn has given him a tip that tim sheriffs n hcomlnHub retort d Stubbs That her j Iff haa Stran l0 yourn peon comlu for ger ever since es Jbeen In this yere 8townSos your mi that Strangers look In for A month pas d and the ci1IlmC over the mystery was subsiding whoaj Stranger reccir a another letter This time the postm ter reported that tbeIi recipient bad lo 1ho room before open tug his letter so that it wnaimposslble t ittocontained It affected him Great dis satisfaction grcieted this ahiiounce 01ndone o ncqujjij Informuton In the nor put tnatntv iinil the a jmigut npr arise again un UPS lieIcount th movement lost force pad was fin ally dropped IA orIStrangerfs llist letter a boy rode into whichInearest sta tion twelve miles away The news of this me sngp spread like wildfire tyid excitement over the mystery to a flame agreed that a was at band The hour for the arrival of Jhe hadIa comb was 0 oclock At 5 it reported that stranger had gone to cabin put on a boiled shirt and 1thesaJillBill IGfI1dwhere hey could get a good vlow of Stran r who l4be5conced themselves behind trees Ip or 1pnrUsaxHt bi 1iappizgl I th I c gathering audience not knowing their presence He took out his theII nd lopkedfor the time of day b e pulled a revolver from his hip and examined It cocking and uncocking it ind rerolVlngthe chambers Thlslact sent several of the doubting Ibpmqsea among the Jones faction be- ndil trees nnd con rmed the Stubbs1 jAj distance and the coach turned a bend th road Stranger jumped from ibis sent and strode with steps toward it Some among downII dlence averred that he was is rqvolver while he walked were equally sure he had put it othersII hlsj holster As conch the driver who recognized rew rein and stopped Then the door rildStmnjfjers arms The child was tot loweq by a woman who standing In t1heyJ eck and he lifted her to the ground The test of the picture was the man alternately kissing the woman and the I jgStrangerouningsby a shout up the tturning saw his felfow rondnndj j In a semicIrcle between lila t 11or11 IIEnII is much relieved Some thort y was walt n to kill a man iud others thortI womlIn01theIII the piystery Is slved and the woman and the kid are welcome among us We only hope yre married respectable To which Sir Truesdale replied uIi married the lady beside me six y Haenlisterfjrpnce of her family have separat ed ijs until now When came among y thoulThe6I struck n bonnnza In my mine I went away lo perfect my claim and r abetf thorornstatjing tlutfher mother was and the icomlnri raust he deferred lastly theltelegfaBaiinoiincet l her arrival to d voaycieohappy to announce that the Crow Val ley Mining company lens been orginiz z ed iivltb ample capital and I expect It arwIltAfter these orations tho driver craj1rcd his whip and the istnle lum hcrpdou to Mr Trnesdales cabin On t whhesilostr Etlll Stubbs maintained to the day his death that he was right In his opln I lon of the mysterythat someone bad Interfered with Strangers affections Andy Jones declared his belief theroi p was some trouble with the Jaw tin t bad not come out The others took rto further interest in the matter as mysteryIAspeelmen of rustle reasoning wines too good to lose is recorded In Mr f R L Gales Studies In Arondy1 barber he says was telling me wit AI Jrfit gusto how be had refuted nllielsf Inquired wlnti nruumentH heihad empluy d asked the ulliHst saidtiie hnr her what portion of the Script urea Imjscd lila Ideas upon IWbitt did be say io Unit f Never u wordItthe defeat had been crushing ntxl n suhalNot Her Kind IJIJUIJ fpave you lit rdliNked sirs Old sttethnt mace Moncylove tore roar rl dun octogenarian cr fMcrcy sakes exclnjmed lrslnI br ilib la Ibat so Well ho may la nil right hut wanf to 1H ymi Ive never seen n man who wouldnt eatt meatt thatt Id live wlthJlIda Not to Blame er LadyHut this Hsh isnt fFtsh Klsh are u ongor And whosw fault r Hint uirortnl It to jou al the beginning ile week and wouldnt have IlenIxndon Teh1rn The mind ought soimtlmis lo Ix amused lint It mny Ihe better relurntTbetf4hoiigbt and to Itself bitEverythitlguco of foulards this season the best vlng diminutive designs which are PIkited with startling clearnesstinr there are no blurs ever tiny Is fully rerealed A square Qt Is noticeably effoctlye and theft uru stripes galore from the eloscly auq circnly plaMl pin line to the mo combinationsI Is to tem per the rich brocades by veiling Thus beauteous Ivory and old gold brocade had half Its glories concealed 0 enth tuniot uurpl0 nlnou a tunic owever that was split right up to the rats1eitherside and was furthermore enhanced byn gorgeous broderIsof bugles and mock jewels These rich ftnffn Itt Is prpdKtcti will in the near IJfUrf IB nrreiifptj minus nnscaIllna a OryFOR ASTOIA lrlYou CnBu 1ftfVY K X X X thIW Ts 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But ticgedCo Iesving time Iloihes the fltcQltflttslralll Once tI1J hepHerU dog and rhoustit l Mull barney throull wgwj r Took eniush of UfcaU and spir Played that was Robin Hood th how very test yq got calilfti Rood JJJIl itt ntci after all J fiemetlmea when read tl14 tale ttfJrR great mrnWlJt wtttl1 sec wlff Iror bee wings1bnrJrel buo may so lHUl remember rertniii things1 Jmitgni 0 Mitjpiarev afcr rVn courONJ Ii ifBensraerLeisvWKyVI clip this Coupon from the Springfield NEWSLEADER and would like io have full prtfc ulars ai la Name PO PreigHt +Y B CREEK STOCK FARM PleaseI Readand Think it Over ti IRED LIGHT Nos272i- nVo1VLASBA f i Sir d by Lightfoot Thuinmeit 1324 he by Beau BruinrnelisOO Dam GJentIWkDESCRIPTI0N15 34 hands weight 1100 Very sindbthe head and neck like a geld ings Not blernisn not areak spot about him Seven years old Has been shown in harness rings roadster rings five gaited saddle rings fombihed rings double team rings and was showri when a tht ee year old for Uest stallion and three of his colts get of that yearVand he only three colts and he won that In J91Q he made his first htImade the remainder of the show season including the Pembrok Horse Show Ky State Fair and Tent State Fair He made his last show at the Hors Shaw at XTlarksville Tenn and won first in the 200 harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen horses in the ring He is breeding very strong after himself About threefourths of his colts are sorrels an4 good gaited Ihave A twoVyearold sorrel stud by him that I think without a doubt is thebest prospect in Kentufckyi mucli rhetter than his sire attIre Bameage rightbredrfght He hits proven himself to be a winning show horsein the best company we have in Kentucky and Tennessee He will make the atI25 To lInsure a Living Colt IMar beICoJv myaelfsoproper l care will be tkebut I will not be responsible should any dBmajje THOMPSONJ Ky 1 Ii u I i Noble Denmarkft Sired by Ihe Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the Kentucky arid and MisSourt Chnmpion Saddle Horse Thornton Star 2d darn hy- v Art Rose he by Artist and oatof a Mont ftoseinare fT Noble DenmarkJs a great bred saddle horse having the blood of Jthe best saddle sires He is Vchestnpt JS hands 3 inches high h horsp of good ctionboth at rack and troand strictly sound Lagt year with little focal traihing he proved himself a snccesafnl show horse in good company As a breeder his first eeesnn of colts won first and second ties at our last fait He and his colts Won the heid ring and hp won for finest stalltournlare or gelding ajso other prem IViumsin his elms Mr Shropshire wna trained Edna Mae Red McDonaldand other noted ahowr horses has had Noble Denmark in I i Highlandipenmarkmiles of Lexington Joslj B Bmvlea says he Isi the best type for I three gaited Stalliop he knows of Matt Cohen said he resembled and was gaited very much like the champion eatidle hprse Star McDonald i koWJ1ers ofgood mare tQ study his breeding gaits lbta in divi uaiity and souiidnesaand compare him to any other horseVbefore 4br elding elsewhere Your motto ahpuldbeittlwaya breed to the bed and jotiknOw who kiepa the b 4for I have wned the only Stallion c in Washington county that have sired a premium colt for the last tea years Ypur past patrbnage has been appreciated and ask for a wtfnuance of same as I believe I am offering a stallion wlib1MMS5upeniorin fhia joining count es Noble ehark win stQdtt At20To Insure a Livinf Colt F di r Monte Wood willalso utcl the well known breeder Monte WaisOknown osthe horsd W S Gibba had In the stud forverFAlLwho tried him Jiked him He wasfsifectby DsshwoeiiMtt t wJiii a hqfse with plenty of bone and substance and noW has a MNnb r of go4margsflnd gejding in Whngto county Se wa us10 Ii will stand iiiy two mute Jacks at 10 to insure a Hyhit HIMarjs bred to this stock traded oil or bred to other stcMk xximmoneys due Mares pastured at ZOiPfl month fi B LEiMMAN SptizgfieW Ky4rtt r wr Dr G1T UH1ON- RESIDENT DENTIST rt JEETHXTRACTED 1WITHOUTI PAIN tiJrioiiiH g Bldok up fitalra t SPRINGFIELD KY riv Dentall Work Strictly Sf Firstclass DR JQ 1JlUED- Pijsiciiicind Surgeon r OSicg hour B to 9 am i f 2 rro i Offices over Haydons 1U BtU f 1 T r Jtj U lillnpon MDI t f Office In Opera House Ij 0 J OftlcePhone SV Residence No 38 t 1 i 4VFGRIGSBY TTORNEY AT LAW I L or office over Peoples Bank PfmG KY e l DIM W HYATT rarOfficovKJStorei Office hours Hyatt 10 BO 4i 1ti 12 m 4 tOD pm t 1 1 JOHN MAYES wfUNERAl viiCTOll lAND liCENSED EMBALMER a tTLEPHONEofDAY 10 NIGHT 74 SHUK6FIELD RI1 pDR W F TRUSTY iJ PRACTICAL DENTIST-Office Over flayilont BarberG rental work atreasonable prices Ik11work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY k Railroad Schedule t Following the time schedule now ineffect on tfce Bardstowt and Springfield branch railroad Mo41 Leaves Louisville aiLdr 430 p m Bardstown Junctioi 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p m coIarrivesat 655 m No 42 Leaves Springfield a 600 a m Bardstown 645 am Bardutown Junction 73Q a m I ofIiIionv at Louisville 820 a in No 48Leaves Louisville a b 720 am Bardstown Junctioi i 8a m Bardstown 1005 a m iaat Springfield 1 140 p m t NtLeaves Springfield ai cOSJ 1Bdr3stw Junctiion410 p m arreavat Louisville 545 pn j 1jiitaud Shade Trees a tV Strawberry PlantsL V prWrite for lre catalog W I av1eno agentsh i II SOliIItI H f if + rf v Big ytahoa Will make the season at my jbplace 3 wiles from Fred ricks r town Ky atr 8 To Inure a Living Colt Bg Mapk is by the latq J A i Symjsons BlacK Spanish acjand out of jOtflCt1tedby Rapier t jack he by Goy Wood j Lien re alned ou all colts to iseca re payment of service lee v JWWILLETT 1 f ApnaE Hobbs 7 EXPERT1 tJ Scientific Manual rbei1eatristor Wixsseuse can iliI1 1Pijtaj1Ij i Mo iiy WetfMSiUys and Fridays f ChtrResreasonab1e I Best bfI r e eience Call tr suite for terms + iWUs PitoMlNo201II r4Sf i i uuv IISD iY UJJ uor v TOIANLoc4lflappefllngsurI LatestI Interest AilAboutiYpurseir Friends tripinand Acquaintances I I S I j c c Plow points made good as new W 1C Marks Sons FOR RENTGood cow pasture SIP Derringer i Hats and auto veils at and below cost at Wa then Shaders Forlumber coal cement etc see the old reliable firm t WK1 Marks Sons Lawn mowers sharpened and repaired WKMar1sons FOh SALEP1and China Boars G L Whorton AlI millinery at and below cost i Mrs Williams The Alumnae of 1St Gather ines Academy Springfield w isillon Tuesday afternoon June 13th All trimmed hats shirt waists soTt re chan lot bargains Mrs Williams A strawberry supper was held i at the Grundy Home last Friday evening The supper was well served and a large crowd atten dedA Quite a little bit excitement wgs caused yesterday morning when a team of mules bitched toy lathissiughtdone or no onehurtn Threshing Machine for sale comparatively new in fine shapewillsell on reasonable eim Apply to Mc CIreMayes Hon B T Prauks candidate fox Republican Nomination for LovernorMr Franks is a clever gentle man and impressed the voters here very favorably The Proctor KnottChautauqua will be held at Lebanon Chan tauqua grounds this year fromI Ttine 28th to July 8th A veryii 3t thtractivet ranged anct the list of speakers ind entertainers and entertain- sl s includes some of the most popular Gbautauqua lecturers j musicians and artists in the untrypJudge E B Beard candidate or the Democratic nomination fo Srere one day last week There ate three or four candidates and nomtJatesednesday and the fespecttve unt conventions are held lB iondav Tbe matter will soon e determined pOneMattie Mudd attempted to shoot f crow which had attacked her turkeys aud for that purpose t tpdk a pistol which she held in c er rigbt hand but the weapon Iswas discharged in some way while Her left hand was in the ne of the bullet and she re deivedasevere flesh wounde The grand jury adjourned listt ednesday after returning tiE following indictments False wearing 4 grand larceny 1 assault aqd battery 3 breach of tjhe peace 1 furnishing liquor to minor 2 haying liquor in localI pton territory forthe purpose Off sale 3 detaining a woman gainst her will 1 cutting iin jradden affray malicious wound ing earryirg concealed a deadly preapon and pointing a deadly Weapon at another 1 each Hon Robert L Greene famu jarly known as Bob Green was here yesterday in the inter stQhlS candidacy for thiLaa Democratic nomination for clerk pf the Court of Appeals Mr Greene is well known over the Star and has many supporters gained because of courteous treatment of all during the time he seryed as deputy clerk of th0iCourt 9f Appeals If nominated he will snake a strong candidata ldnd as ackrk of the Court of Appeals iit would be impossible to findabeLteri Children DayIChild rens day exercises woreI ICbbrI8tian1ICb thejt i zeal and spirit FOR SALE Good Jersey cow oriShorthprn cow v E F Donellv Tournament NowOn The Blue Grass School Tour nament is now onand there are bout 207 pupils entered in the vents besides thdre area large number of guests who are being entertained in the homes of1 13IItown Canipbellsviile and Springfield are strongly represented 19l1einFon nts Abase ball game was played yesterday between the teams of Stanford and Bardstown The Opera House was crowded last jnight aud an equally large crowd expected tonight Serious Accident While Hugh the 13 year old n of Rural Carrier John M Hall wts accompanied by a coll ored man was driving to toRn y testerdayHitched to a cart the animal be came frightened at an approach in motorcycle and began to run besoming unmanageable it dashed into Mr Neikirks yard dash ing the occupants to the ground Hall in some way became entangled and was dragged several ards He was seycr ly cut bout the face and knees Phv cians were called at once and dressed his wounds which are ot believed to be of a serious nature Groom 16 Bride 13 At wed4ing of quite a youthful couple was performed by Rev R EL C Lawson on last Satur day night when Mr John Lawis 16 years old a son of Miley ewis and Miss Bettie Hanby 13I years old daughter of Mr Thos H danbyman and wife We understand that there was considerable parental objection because of the youthfulness of the parties and brothers off the wife had giveh pursuit in an attempt to intercept em but swift winged cupid was first and the nuptial knot had been tied when they next aw them MedleyShannahan The banns of matrimony were Ublished fdr the first time Sun day between Miss Mary Sophro nia Medley and Mr Pat hflnnahan The wedding to take at St Rose June 21st Mrs Medley is a daughter of Mr Thos J Medley and Mr Shan nahan is a prosperous farmer rberSimmswOne of the prettiest weddings or the season was that of Miss iety Barber to Mr Wathen Simms which was solemnized at St Rose yesterday rfternoon at 4i oclock The church was beautifully decorated for the oc sion and the altar was banked ith ferns and potted plants The wedding March was ren d red by Mrs Effie Rpbertson The bride wore a white Dutch s Lace Dress with a white lace bat trimmed in handsome plumes ana carried a boqnet of brides R 4seseJrbe attendants were Messrs Richard Wathenj Willie Medley Alex Barber and P S Barber The bride Jsa daughter of Mr Phiehas Barber and is one ol- etri most beautiful and popular young ladies of the county wU as one ot the most talentedI The groom who is a son of Mrs Sallie Smms and the late T WI S tnwsw i9 stands high in the estima tin of all and is recognized as ajnanof good business ability Aterthe ceremony they lleft for short bridal trip Old Veteran Dies Jason W Long died at his residence near Sbarpsville Ky May 30ib 1911 in the sixty Seventh year of his age and his remains were laid to rest at Mt Freedom on the Blat Rev A C Pinkaton conducting the funerali service He was a soldier of the Civil War serving as a member of Co I 19th Kentucky Infantry for S years and 5 months and all his comrades concur in Ihej statement that be did his wbolej duty asa soldier cheerfully dur tipgtimeHa to Lucy Ann PerkinoDtbe24tb day of Janu ary187i and to this union eleven children sixboyaand five girlsJ Wtte tlt1 at llnrJI IIthiWUtfd1 t1 vtv x ws u iw tt boys who art in Illinois wt t present wh n be passed iway Somewhat reckless in hi younger days yet alwuts dis tinguisbeJ for hU trut Tulues and honesty he enjoyed pp con CafldnceI whiuh he lived Fiftee iL year Lago II uuited with the Baptist thurch at Mt Freedom ndffoip then till the day of lys d ath he was noted as one of thetiiue and t faithful members of thav bodv J Threshing machine for sale comparatively h w ii1LoI fine shape will sell on reas enable terms Apply fr Me C lure Mayes Mass Conventio The Democratic voeis ofr Washington county E yare called to meet at the Court S House in Springfield Ky in mass convention on Monday V June 12th 1911 at one oclock pm standard time for ifae purpose I of selecting delegates to the Delegate Conventio j to beheld in Louisville Kybh Wed nesday June 14th 19f1at 2 oclock pm standard time for t wehecandidate for Railroad vSominis sioner for tne Secord Railroad f j l j J 1ntUCkYto Dem IJOSEPHI Notice to Contractors Bids will be received for erec- tingt school houses at Rcc bridge Cardwell Valley Hill Litsey a nitndI iin this county on Saturd y Junt 10 1911 All of these houses itb be 32l mythigh slorm sheeted Veatbei boarded plastered an4 gien t byhreej maierial will be laid dowion th the site and the contrac or wile Iisai b required to build according to specifications on tile in the g office of the County Sup jrinten JjThebids ready and rnart er lopel to show bid For furti er par ticulars cAll on J W Bush Co Supt dr FE a NAf ge aHoni Louisville Tuesday ctMrsville is visiting her patbbtsMiis and Mrs John W week i JJtonur day mo Rev W MCf f0 Smith Grove visited bi brother waMreek i craMissgoLduisvillehere this week Judge I H Thurman and wilt Mr Frank Peters and wife and th Mr E S Mayes Jrnq wife erew in Sbelbyville Tuesday ttMrthe big Jersey sale att Shelby villa Tuesday pIe Messrs Frank McCabc Joseph Edeen Gwmn Marks u id Otho awHatchetthaveextensive auto tour of the North w ra States IJJ Miss Mary Nile enter taiued a largel number of ber fri hds last cn Friday night at a lawn artyIe Mrs Katib VVilliiui was in whLouisvilletJudge W E Selocuj4 i is ill a h soisamMrJoheweek ItMrt hiurnedtfi as Dr J C Lout ville TuedaMuddwasrr Manuel ed Moraj who will u ndeGotreat mont in an infirmary j wMJsi the guest of Miss LaurejSheban MissLucile Payne of Louis yilld is the guest of Mijss Mabel soWilliamsMiss Elizabeth Du ham of a Campb llsville is the uest of nyMissMr and Mrs Hefter an Rubel of Lebanon attended ti fldrbe Simms we4djng here yesterday l Miss Su4ie Mufatta 0f Louis ville is the guest of fri kids here mMrJin rbrotherlltGi I l Mrs cii Mclntlre is visiting uy s m jMeauc c uty- e Mr and Mrs d Y Masts JJsri ware in Harroddburs Mon day la Mr and 1Mrs Hardin lifornia are th guest of Mrsl R H McEloypost rtr Wallace Duncan willI Ieavein a few days to accept position inGJiicago Ill Mios Maxje Oldham of Bloom field i visij ing at the home M searMr Joseph Greene returned tot abuisvilleI 1 wiJohnniet n3Eudieshe A Story Told by aVet to HisCrandWy chiforenj on Memorial Day By f A Mitchel wccopyrightelation it Now grandpa this is Memorial day and you promised when it cape u round youd tJ1 us a story about thea war In which you took part Come re all ready Very well my dear I suppose Ill have to keep my promise A girl of se ven perched herself o a the broad arm of a piazza chair Tonthmy climbed upOIT one knee Billy on I tb ireother Jcj the story which began as follows When I wits a soldier boy in the deral army I was nineteen years entatalloutweOne dn the generallwell call him thGeneralGeneral Bijpblebee asked Billy Yes GeneHil Bumblebee If you like fle was a real general but what Im going to tgll you happened so long ago that Ive forgotten some of tho mes So l1Jl make em up as goI along Well General Bumblebee sentfe for a friend of mine n very particular friend nail be looked like me too What was his name asked Towg4 His nnme Why his name was Johnny StaySThat n funny name Call em all those made up nnmes Johnny Fpy went to General Bum blebips lioiulqunrters nnd the general d to him orlia1I1JOltnhly was a corporal your captain re oinmends you as a od man to go down into the enemys lines to secure information SOW the utbern general what shall we call n You give him his name grandpa Well call him General Gobble Eti Turkey Gobble Yes Turkey Gobble if iou like Gertm era Bee told Johnny Spy to go down hinessedthe Confederates wouldnt know him look about find out what they were going to do nnd come back and tell itS ogneralThe next tIny a farmers boy wit itPfaded straw hat on his head Irougb clothes and driving a Cow anhagott mixed up wlth the Confederate picied orIgirl oilYqure right Johnny told them that his home was back of their lines nj and they let him go through But aft tollcenmehowated and were not seen together I1nyfr aLreThere were a great many pfeddlers ip ealowingwh atootches and Jewelry that they sold to the soldiers at high prices Tbfe mar ritsIng after Johnny came Into the Con ted Aliteing about selling watches and scarIntns Was be Johnny naked TomtbYes he was Johnny Where did be get his watches and hoingsFroip another peddler You see o general had given him plenty of money and he bought n whole baskctt Johnny persuaded a family to etnt him stay with them awhile and soon found out that they were Union peo For aWhile he pretended to be thereWI18Johnny took a shine to and atttrft11 hIle ho told her that he was n Ion soldier In disguise You see jhe ToantedUoJ What was her nnme Her name Why reckon well pallItThatsver heard excTnlnuul Slice waItStheoboDoeal telsomenion family lived In right in thionglnuy will Spy and EudoXla tQund out a od many things for Johnny to tell GcneraJ Bumblebee when be got back was an awful risky tiling to do for Ini they caught Johnny they would bang m tip by the neck till be wad ns dead the Empress Eudoxia Whats Eudoxlns short name ask Alice EudleV Fill Yes Indeed Eudle Ill call her ed that after this Eudle was very much worried for fear the Confederates uso ould find out that Johnny was a nion soldier and sure enough one tIny Johnny found himself In trouble inch You seo he had been within the Con federate IIns before and one of the tel soldiers recognized blmtbatls the ldier thought be did but when he IntQ had seen him Johnny was dressed us in curate So the man wasnt coUld Eudle beard about It nnd told John HQ made up his mind to get out that region as quickly as poaslble ra and Eudle agreed to gtf pant way with hot himWfar they hoped that the two might pass for brother and sister whi incw they got where they were not 1fri knowor Johnny wanted tOlitSU Ms tom papers but didnt dare In a I wood they changed their oviter gar dfentsnched nearly to her nnkle niyj fix ter 1fjustt r S J 1 ka janirav in Her OreRs vitu uer ball colleii up ou 1ull of Itli lienU en they met some Confederute cay yinen coming from the opposite dl of re portof tofnndgirll opers took Eudle whom they sup ed to be the boy end let Johnny where he liked Eudie manarecogulzed Johnny Of course be said she wasut the one be meant but paying on Johnnys clothes looked CllKIftnna tberfrched the room In which he had slept and fountS the papers he had left there They coutoinedr information II1Soofficers and tried Ttteydidnt get wasIspy ttOIang her accord to army nw which I fane is tty poor law but very th guilty persons They that they could hang her ertecUvett ers and since they didnt the 1asntIt seems so but it really Eudle could get off by telling sheIshe wasnt a b011 at all but uldnt dtf it till the last because she wanted to give all the time she possibly could thetaIawny But she rmtot letting know be was a girl tilll she aro 1undword about It Then they wouldnt believe her Dont hang me she said Im no spy Im not even a boy Im a girl The hanging was under the direc n of the provost marshal who said Know what yotire after You want o gain a little time till we can in vosUgate That wont do major the officer of the day who was sendIIve been suspicious of this aiong I think wed better her down to the re are a couple of matterIand find out about the nodltbethospital tent When they learned that she was really a girl they asked her what she meant by masquerading a boy but she wMldut tell them ring that Johnny jwdnt got beyond the Confederate lines und she might compromise him So they let home andIJohnny ran away Iii the wood was awfully afraid that when Confederates found out they captured the wrong person and theIthe right one go they would hunt over for him He walked toward Federal lines for awhile then the sound of horses hoofs he Into a hollow lag A company southern cavalry were going the wood and some of them atItheir horses over the very log Johnny was hidden in He was they were looking for him but that time it wits not known that die was not Johnnj and his fears mused him to be mistaken How r they wore justt dangerous to hIm as If they had been looking for because if they had founB n girl loirprinc In the wood ihey might have suspected something Johnny didnt dare crawl out of the till It watt dark Then he looked nt the imrtt star and walked Jo vnrd it till he saw lights and knew t they mired the Fe lernl camp Te must lance gone through tHe Con erite plrkotw without knowing It sudlrnly IIP heard a click nnd a Who romes there He nn verwl Friend Dont shoot Take to fienerai Ree The picket called n corporal and tiny wns taken totllft generals Tlu tonoral was asleep but- nivg Information was so Impor it that nnldjt camp waked him and Johnny told him what he bnd rned Anti thats the end of the ry Whnt bccnnic of Johnny grandpa T ked little BillySAnd what became of Eudle naked ce After tbe war Johnny wentdown o Virginia and found Eudle and- y were married Where did tthey to liver They came up bere to Johnny 0 me t hAre they alive now Yes Are they any childrens grandpa d grandma Yes Whose Yours Oh my goodnessl cried Alice You don t mean that grandma Is Eu Sheis And you are Johnny SpyT asked mmy with byes wide open IanWell I declare exclaimed all Did all thatV really happen ttndj risked Tommy or did you makeup It really happened The civil wor s so full of such ndvenrares that It y were nil written out n million oks wouldnt contain them nil Many of our officers ami mtn could suet stories or could have told them added 1 for our ranks are as- n nnttar tho UMIdprness and soon cease to be entlrelv Culinary Hints All fruit salad tire Improved by marxting in Frpiifb dressing though later BcAed wltb ninxonualse IlIsl lId of tbi Inillvjdual pate It IsImore popular uow to paa ont or two large pates each guest sefrtnir herself with mushrooms oystersor cream sweetbreads IBiscuitsare moru diminutive than ever 4nttjtthick s A delicious salad tejnatoe from dij ent nut white grapes a little shredded grapefrujt pineapplei cut tubes and Bhredded celerj Mask mayonnaise or ervcwitb a cream dressing y When a boiled rccfyjs the usuat breakfast dish aeyTt ijy breaklnjpit w Into the eRg cup ahd cdok1ng liiij water to the desired cpusisteiicjr flavor Is quite dlerebtJ1an whes Skh 1ntho Il ell Their Viewr of Tt HplUd yoq peA the pleased 4it re lolbersbedutlolSliferNo I was Jpdktf irtlli1 ressloL on urn daughter Jft troit Piv6 Press ii I- tI t NOTICF1tiII JThe following few itemvpto c9 yoeattention to whereby jou can save money aadatthe same time get reliable goods r j t I totISee our JI j V Call and see our 1 I IiEnameledr t1If dJ1 I AnewlotoflI n DIAMOND EDGE Ik 4IPWater1I our priceson See ourline of W 1 11Get and 0 K Freezers I 4 f t I Plumbing Bt fAaI IJ IJI1 Callandseeuswhenintown I SHDLTZ I CLEMEfi 1 H HI 1 je = tn c1OhlStII Good Thincjs rf I Com P into our tatiop d3 e 01 the appetizing mea pies buM IicdSconfectionery They look good andaroeL I1and Will Make You I Hungry t it I and if you take some Home theA family will MHI II you Everythingffrbm Lowney s Ghocikt W MMT specialmincei pie is the bait ofits iiiIwMlllaa t well made and perfectly delicious I1 GivejisacallaI i I rt iaJt o TUTFIuGEllALDi j T I i Ir t r t ti Q i o D RATGHTTL 1 j Pamps J Tinningl PIU bug t lot Water and Steam Heating I i A SPECIALTYS f me a trial All work guaranteed tIIIGive SPRINGFiELD I KY = cscs SS1 r t Beforee or After = f the Fire IJt I When do you want the right land ii1 ofa policy Rememjber a f 1 I policy can noi be chang J tlji r i f sjSIi t an insurance company whose recordanl Mrajth twill guarantee to you the fulfillment of ks ItttI have only companies thatare on sound jbMM m td flfact one has been continuallyi in busineM fir ZQ3i 1 jyearsv i tf See rite let me protect you against i l 1i fire rc and tornado I 1j 1 i1 I David Rt LiiseyAcnf 1 44- r ii AJJ USEDANBEAU1A JJ tst f If 1aT r owycIIA5C3TOOUwcO c- tif 1 = rT r f Il A l4Yin iii- ijI FFMemoriaUt H 1c StMif Parted friends Fbrtul t ua1y KMinLtt er AMZMOkIALDAYSTOY S 4 = EaAeh rOi1me t Copyright by Am rlc a lreu AMO p r d UonX9ll S That ftt JbMiiUajr isore I wish tepiaaWst u HIrSt Valiwi the ErM MreM thebpard of lady isa etJtMOd Spl gmo as tley fIIto leave the stilt look Ea Better wklck th7were gracing by yiilr je c atth teonthly meeting 4 tfcaf fate Srenttce ps trWllKxWTBteH fading now1 asked Jta Bant the president In a voice pibplylar that the person mentioned Ig1j beea teard from before tWeUr rePlied the matron with an 4gr1evet9ok and all Injured air J1ot i tticirht 1 dO he persists In p dir mi3M t1to the Woodwork and the i fallu C his r1om and rlghtatter our rtenlshing and papering top tfifogr6ti suggested to film that sats rath4estrnctive7 mildly ven Nz4 quiet little Mrs Win- guWywhy th9 matron hefi1tated i Iay4gaId4iaythIhg to him ilo juriceie president NOt exactly said anything re- ecItI1matron bntvTve done qmt1su Wa lie has been away ils- gTftken out the s left him a lot of oldjng hOQkSOb well you iee IftVthe kind rcant exactly pay tWBfltO ry know rknow7 nodded tfieipresi SeSK Ifes a nice old JnanJust like 7I a sWeetS old lady or a dear Innocent hUd A good deaf over1 eighty isnt he Mrs talker Eightysix the matron replied aAncl you couldnt scold him any more than jcfe could sold a week oldibabjr i t But his being sweet and all thnttt downt repair the wqodwork and the waiI1t sfce added practically Sotae body ought Jo forbid Ills doing it so mmber ot the boned perbap1 Wlwt does he need so mariy nails 1 forr iskedIlrs Wing evasively5 It C o hangbis Measures on as he vC jait them though theyre nothing j B1orer than so much trash as farns I can see He still has a few old things stored away In the a Hc of his friends j tyrose In Jersey and whenever he goes somethInghIready has gone away beyond the allot I ted fjaomber of articles an inmate Is Lafloe4rand when cleaning day comes VV well sufcAl a time as we have with Jis old rnblSlsh Lately be tins taken to hanging things up and thats why il be Is driving so many nails tt Every ono of the ten women present- waf gazing pensively down at the II B cheerless green and oak ingra1narpet What manner of rubblshhas herpJnqnIrrs Banks softly Inthe first place went on the nar rator theres the family portraits t picture from celling to floor pretty 4earlyand I cant begin to say how r mir that son Ife lost inthe war As far as he knows all of his jfeopie fre J abut le misses liKsison1 the ostkaaasort 6f insane Idaiht he iriilcome bacfcspme day It affects c bidndattIweL doreld soujr breathed Mrs Wlngr w hid burled a boy of her own a ictfiple of years before I tiowlcah he expect the son tore w turtirlf he was killed s ome one interJectedT 4 Well Jie wasnt killed exactly he I sa wastaken prisoner and repdrted dead L p i 1 1 yhtr r W t l 6161- t f i 1 J 1 f Wt J oxmuxslre BHOUIJDBS BIS mnx r f PiBXpsa m TH ofcourse1 be isde dr If he had liVede would ihave lumtcd up his fa ther moat likely If yb tee bus bi In his room that is objectlonabl Itmrtnid the president t with forted IrnjIIUMJIe Gunsnnil sworH l aud everything I else and nh old unity fUt lie kepi the suLt h211g1flg up oil tie wall in tend ofiii 1111lt lhfj iires3 and cuv ers Itorbr wlUlahll lp flap to kpejr h rr nrfadlu A faint smile flitted over ibe matron benevolent face it htf jTmled so flifit you aifl ttell wlietlie t3JJynfCNt or1gray QIhtnnJj hut Its i hlways1arlIit blue to Jljlm Kvcrr jlaj oYtw3 IIP tnl x It dpivnv ijoll luw It the hut tong nd lookR It nror tltrIflllJ r J 8potltt W rrt lip l1tlth ii li i oniPtlhus he s It on lmtidprs hi t1 fiu tllilcmD Mit Into tii rorrdnr to lot tlI4 out lillt and i hp nltl r tnrJ1r fJiat a noble OUIItpr hp iJ t tr rMlt1IIJur 0 liulfa aijtl sliininy ofiwsliloas Sviuv of tiyjliidt ninungeN bit their ilps i 4iard IoUeei i ack thcjears A band Ime1Icir twoappeared rtstilhe saddest sight you ever would want to see continued Mrs wane siiatiut Her neau renecuverv Eloquent silence pervaded the room And the meeting of the board lof lady managers of thQ Pld Peopli home came to noughtsa far astpe discipline of Its gentle old resident was concerned I rromorrqjv being Memorial dttyIt will be hard on him It always is Went oh ftrs Walker having entirely- forftQtten tbe 4eatructive nnlj drlvlns- In her sympathy fqr the wayward Jn mate H Does be go out with the GiinA Army potT queried Mrs Banks Hajised to Put he hasnt beerf for lost rs Hos too feeble to e1bCC3usee1 011dlerIt enougbto break OUr henrt to ee old Mr Prentice v Mrsijnnls ros IsiiIsl of be meetinp qont say nnyt1iJhi to tin about the nails sue said aside to Mrs WaUcrnt any rate rwtuitU after tomorrow She was wiping her ICjImOIt eyed in By managers led I the narlori crossed the bare ind toutot corridor and entered the Institutional appearing dlnlng oom toI thjempaused and looked around as 11111 search of some one Where Isjiliss Gillesple she asked of an nttendant Oh she went with old Mrs BoWler Mr Prentices pl turesey InIdicating Ir1Prentlenlong the hallway wUhMs Bovler hobbling besfde them The old nnn was tall even though bowed by the Infirmities of age The glrf wnl Ing beside him was tall alsoand beautifulII nnjnb1ndfair skin and eyes Mrs Banks was eX1pressOur 3vas n pnger usual spoke MrV Banks addressing the girl but J see iyoir have beea entertained while you waited giancl1I ing pleasantly at Mr Prentice nJ Sirs Bowler Delighted to hue hfd such charm tog Tfeltors x aimed J r Prentice in winsome old tithe gallantry bow ing to the girl and to old Mrs Bowler MMissOlltespIetvRras interested in my family portraits Very very kind of her More than Interested my dear old nan mused Adelaide Gillespie to her self fit what 1 surmise Is truotyou wont be living In this gloomy msti tutipri yer long pen aloud I have nvlted Mr Prentice to take an tqm1rowMrs claimed Mr Prentice and I didrtsee any thing to be nfrait of If my boy had lived suppose be woiild haveonfe and we would be around tosct b er today Mrs Banks smiled her approval of Adelalde GUlcspIcs taking Mr Pren tice antopoblllngv She approved jof ateythitui Adelaide jiidSIIetind never known so set sible tiid so altogether lovely fi girl Sbe thanked God avery day that her son Tom was going to marry sucl n woman If shehadbeen penniless IInstead of Jbeiug the grand daughter ofit millionaire she would rave held the same opinions Memorial 3ay was Ideally fair anSI varni for tbe belultiflil duties In membrance of the departed The city from one end to theother dirfplaye tbe flag for which so many thousands had gIven their lives The Grand Army posts assembled ofllclally and left their various headquarters laden with the most beautiful blossoms the earth could yield for the outlying cities of the dead Business was suspended schools were closed and in accord with the general disposition of New Yorkersto leave tin city on a holi day the streets seemed deserted There ws little left for tfce lonely Inmates of tbe Old Peoples home whose chief amusement was watching the tmssersby all the day long from the windows of the sitting room or their own little rooms It was not to be vondered at very much therefore that tho aged occupants were assem bled almost to tthe lost member of the household to witness the departure of Mr Prentice The old man was ready an hour be lore the appointed time wh n Adelaide Glllesple was to call for him He was Immaculate In his Grand Army suit and from one of the side pockets of his coat there protruded ah end of a little oval lparcel The Inmates eyed It suspiciously and wondered wliotit might be but Mr Prentice vouchsafes no explanation to their inquisitive1 glances Then the automobile arrived With bunks nnd majestic SWeJ1SVh1ClI- seemed to add ansplelotisness to tlu occasion for Mr PrenticeIt turned frbntof the big red brick building and stopped at the curb A dnrk hand some young man sprang nut met Mr Prentice introduced himself graieful ly as Mr Bankft and tucked Mr Pren ttce away in the fonneati with Miss GlllespJe Tom Banks climbing into the box seat beside the chauffeur Some more honks and they glided swiftly away fruro the Old People home with man1Ii lonesome eye straining after them We are not going near a cemetery today averred Adelaide Glllesple We are going out into the country to iseejbe spring Its here with its new greenery and flowers and the birds and the air is so delightful today Mr Identic that I am sure yos uid njoy that better than going to the grajeyards smiling ut tha happy ex pression oh the oJd mans face Oh Yes thank you miss life rW man s Power A iar Qvei 4at2 rff OftiIoriJUf endowment is the iSeer M awakea aadhold the pure anH honest loveCJ I wyrtty When she loses it o still loves oaij thrievorId can knowthe1ienrtsgon JI 4 ae SwreI This we who suffers from weak it sad iajj i iat e keg pcclalwopianly or 1m i00 IOHS Jhpewerto sway the heart ot a Hr gsaril M uf ni and she Jote is disk ttractiveSeslrher mTihjl5ty v iI brpSvec prtlges tawoaMJi Dr RV Pierce of BuCaloNY with able JI manyI 4 kis kn as pro Pierces Favorite Prescription It ia positive lJbf HM WMlcMMe end disorden pftiMitr to women It purifies rettt Mili i iHiiiif Md kealsj McdtctM tenr Veil it NO hoisntdcaerwifl i tomjtHt fa sutxtitute i friitc to make a littlg larer proiK f c I jTAKzs WEAMWOMEN STROHGt rr SICK WOMEH WELL br Pkwa RmW PIkz jvvIa a4aaba SIo ucJLIri i r AA rate me wneretnere is tne DCnunrui life I am somucb with the dead and the buried Jle loqlced at her mean ingly and she understood But before I forget it c5n tinned Mr Prentice want ask you to accept u little token froth me Inre turn for olr kindness Itmaybe you wont ithlnk its much but its tbe best I have and please take it with an old- 1nnsblessln He drew the Jlttle parcel from his pocket unwrapped it andtianded it to the girl It was an old miniature pf a man In jirmy uniform the uniform of a private Adelaide Gillospie startcd and turn ed pale at first then her eyes grew misty For tl moment e did not speak 1MysolI ventuvbd the old man tim idly Maybe It doesnt please YOIII nilss Please meT the girl repeated exI cltedly You shall soon know I bopeI r k Jcit tL Eie 7k1 141ii 4 ILr4j 1 ki HB BTltETCfrKU OUT ma AIWS CUIKD r VMTBOT what this miniature moans to me she said to him absenjmlndedly Then she rehllzej she had made a mistake in voicing her tboushtfl I appreciate It more than 1 can tell you Mr Prentice Thank yon so much 4 pm soon to have a home of my very own and assure you that the portrait of your son shall occupy a position of great honor Jn that home Now1 she continued more bright ly I shall tell you where we are bound tOt Were going out to my grandfathers Ydu11 like bini Itni mensely He is such n dear Let me tell you something about bin Until four years ago grandfather has lived in South America ever since the civil war Was he Iff Me nrniyr Mr Prentjco asked with quick interest Yes replied Adelaide Glllesple andwhen he was captured by ihe Confederates p friend of his arranged his escape and got him away on a 6hptha took him to South America He engaged in business there nnd 1be- came immensely rich He married an English girl niid their dauglitert was imy mother Mother diefl twelve years ago when was only ten Grandfather clime back to this country a few years after the war and learned that his father and all of his people were dead Then he returned to South Amerlcnnnd remained jtlicre until four yearsapo1 So he was In the Union army ask ed the old man Yest shall be delighted to meet him Indeed you will said Miss Gilles pie to herself moro delighted1 sur mlsethan you now imagine Ohlf It dearIliving tlilscountry now Yes permanently llehas a beau tiful country estate up at Tuxedo Well soon be there I know hell be glad to 01as you also are a sol dier she added naively Presently they turned Into the grounds of a magnificent estate Then wcro miles and miles of beautiful roadways there were dense shady woods and game preserves there were ThenIhctyIlawn with just enough of great elms and oaks set here and there to afford pleasant shade for the gray stone ram bling mansion that nestled umong them There were more flowers close To the house and bright awnings ut tho windows UecrIscenmuch larger even than the Old Pen pies home and decidedly mnr attrac tire This Is grandfathers home on nonnced Adelaide Glilcsplc as the an- tomohlle stoppctl under tho porteco here and heres grandfather She sprang from the automobile She was visibly excited as she clasp ed her arms aronml her grandfathers neck and kissed him Her grandfather scarcely responded fo her caress He gently and dreamily put her aside and stepped forward to meet the stranger Mr Prentice who stood as if transfixed to tho mosaic floor of the veranda Strangely enough Mr Prentice was the first to speak Ho took a step forward stretchedl out arms and crieVli My boyITwirler In Good Form Frank Smith the big right hand twlrlcr of tile Boston Red Sox says Ut will be the teams star pitcher this year Smith was secured with Pur tell from tin Chicago White Sox Inst year In exchange for Lord and McConnell but be couldnt do much pitching because of a weak ankle The big twlrlcr as well as ever and reedy to do the bulk of the work on the lab this Season New Foreign Wrestler Hers AloLsandor StcpbdnolT a giant Bui wrlali weighing 250 pounds auU tandlng sUfccl three Inches In His lihletlc togs Is a new Richmond iu le wrestling field belut decidedly inxlous according to his countryman 3auko Kubadlnoff to take on Zbysro It artygf the mammoths yyw eugog ng the attention of the followers be g3aiplingznne Pitcher Donovan Resting Up Wild Bill Dotfoian ymca stAr ot he Detroit Tigers pitching staff wit lot be called upon to pitch by Job lingsl until the hot super wluilr clew iluglile1Hfnires that Dong vnjj Should win ampst cvenUhBdmV he yorkswbe Jitie rlJb whIinst lake any cbanO w1J i old wnrI r r it PHinsSbidlumFoi Yp v That tbe inenlper of the special mittee jon tIe question oCastndlnm nniIt rynle hate jtIs indUidiwfsr Jlt d trbnc opinions hi carol of riHtadlum 1- uf so Jifrut one with movable standbeing1 preferfcd Is stated on high ntbI lath aitorityt r r = iEVERY BUSINESS MAN y Rcognizes the ImporJtauce of conducting all bus5neB details bj m T telep i she both local and longjdutance Itis economjun paving TiJI of Urn and money Unexcelled telephone service cnt1e had JTelegiarhComJUnited States rates reaaonaber service the best CGAffiKRLAKP TELRPHONETELEGRAPH COMPANY Ml Incorporated J WHY STOVALLSlWORK IS POOR Oleveland First Ba oman iis ecula IVictim of Playin Beside Laj ie1For several seaso is Cleveland fans have been usIng Yhjtt Is the matter wltbGeorge StoviUUf These tans de maud that the chibjgct a first sacker of the caliber of HaljCbase The Xaps management bIN trha1 out innny men on the Initial bug Iilthe lnfjt few sea toImlnaZlnnd to beguaiUIan of ihe Initial station The real answer toltc question used by the fans Is shorj ff One word of six letters LqJole iswors It till George appears tofliave suffered from working beside oiiej or the greatest players In the cplnitry fur several yean It Is a peciUar case of n star ball placer spoiling the fielding ability of mediocre one Siovall pcrhuns vers less ground around first base t ibu any other Utah 1 i It flt 1i1J r l t Ii t l ir- iii NL4i Photo by American Press Association CtKVELANDS F sacker In the AJnierlcan league and all because for it nt lier of years he t has been tvorldnp beside the peerless Lajoie who not ouly covered all of his own territory but also a good I Hon of Stovailsf pori Ally you that valls leatlStlpnkllcss Is going to his right after a grounder lie simply cant get over the ground Stovall isnt nfturally n shirker hes a good hard ao tier and he has plea ry of baseball br his but he Is getting fearfully weak il fielding Going to the left he Is as good as any of them and he has mufte some remarkoblp catches Do I Just unfortunate lii that he has hnd o play bfeslde one of the most woui erful players In the game CRAWFORD M GREAT SHAPE Wahoo Sam Playing a Wonderful Game FoT the Tigers When the In t season drew to a close It was th general opinion that Sam Crawford the Detroit American heavy hitting utilelder was on the down grade aui ilhut this would prob ably be his In it seasoir hin major league Today Crawford Is leading the American league butlers with an average coQslJ rably over 400 and he Is playing if better game of ball titan he ever bits played before In hit long career There Is no iHnibt thatt a player of Crawfords disposition would lbe cf fected by anjl mlsundcrsandlug be might have ljlr a teammate and hl quarrel with Cobli undoubtedly threat cued to end hi days of usefulness to the Detroit clt b But the difference between this ivonderf til pair of fill ters has hem moot lied over wlJ h tht resulti that C antI Colin an pluylng great fail these days and an really responsible for the brlllbiu showing the T gers have made to unto Crickc Ito Be Livelier To make crl lct livelier lEnglish Ilrr gresslves are 6 narrow the Imts Hilt wake sit tww higher It tel1 ttree days ttt play a match 1I11c1 present rnUs The now hilt will In three and a ril inches yido Instead of four and a qmirtct IND SIZZLERS Kred Clarke raupht iou tiles In loft tile oilier dtfj 4rocord for season Lnavy playing better hull it Kiiori 1tI for he Cluclnniitl Iled titan lilly tins since the days of Toni Corcoran win lie was his prime Captain llairjr pals of the vAthlitl s lias tab been fitting the ball with ati dijrVee of juel hits season Dan Mnr hilly ubweve r Is hitting enough to inakcf ill for lie two Jiko Stnhl rat been forgotten li lln ton fan iCatoher WUHtftns nIH dniftisl Jjom tilt Buffalo chUb Ii tilling Stiihljj Jshoes ns first baseman for tit I5ed q In splendid style lucent Ca pbell who hind dccldfi to retire f roi boKotmll to outer bufti ness Is now Mutiiuring for a chance to lie takeu irk by Manager Clarke Busejmll too good when you urtmn the outside Jlooking in Tj Cobb riibs tohtuco jUiCe Into till of his new Mis so that the business aml of till tk Is rough Billy Smith an UIlI Jer Dnffy of the Sox til feted toThiVQ bats when they were In UitroU recci thy hut the ruling of juiplru was hat they wore nit rlgifitII After Hrjo Verein meeting JenLorllujmanyj glasses did you have Iftsi nlchtt1 Sunlor0n iOlIe i lt7fColumbiaTJiejr Vie of It nil litI expresSoiI mtliedlulrtttet7 ShiMNd t looking at expression Ilhr daushrers face Detroit Pre Ptis I taj r HINTS TOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE ClQsed Roasting Pan With v Sliding Tray lJftIftIg Ug A combination pan that can bUseb sillier for roasting meat and potatoes or for bulng Lilt n has been Invented by aColonuh man The bottom por tim Is rectangular and above It risek u shintluK top like a mansard root tray slides back ijnd turtli In thv cashiK on slldiways that run Clung the sides TJu truth lId of tithe fra openitesto close the tower half of till opening In the front end ot the ciislns and a hlnjred IIIIIIJ closes the upper half Across the center of tin Is a flat tray with perforations that ny11hlngtWQ StIIUrlte of an Inclosed pan of this type Is that tlaeIevaporating In steam and tile nieat Is done moIster Articles cooked lu It require less attention than In an old style utensil too Baked Shad Roe Wash the roes ot four shad then pare them Butter pudding dish sprinkle over with tlneiy chopped on Ion parsley and a few herbs Add the roes sprinkle over them more chopped onion parsley salt pepper paprika cud grate of nutmeg and a few pieces of butter Thou add halt a cupful of white stock let all cook1 In the oven for thirty minutes basting often Drain the foes amid thkkeu tile liquid with one iablpsp onfum Hour rhlxeo with one tablespooniul ot butter Pom this over the row add one class of white wine then prinUie over ithf breadcruuiii pili II Hi s nt huh ter ill top baLe Intl nii fun tbr nfteen minutes Serve in HltIoIII1 dlh Ckltgo Stitfit IC tJrif irej Hr u uijii to stew or bkIKIII Try sutiao of these old ways of present iitK tIlL kins of fruits For lloat apple uiake a nice apple butter or puree from tart fruit swpet ened to lasto and flavored with tlie mtedrhH1or one lemon ami china mon or nutmeg Put tIll puree on the ice to become very cold then whites of two eggs to a stiff roth adding this to the fruit width should now be in the Cervine dish Vucn It conies to lie table cover tho top with a cupful of rich cream To make frled apples wash anti wipe dry some tart cooking apples cut thorn in slices n quarter of nn Inch thick and fry theta In butter until tender tfnd brown Di cdgo with pow dered sugar and serve piping how on wnrm plates Caramel apples may be madc is fol lows Into a slnllut nut one cupful of tight browii supir and oneh lf cupful of hot water Lei ollor three or four minutes then drQp In flye nice cooking nppjtys which have litn pool ed cored andfhalvetl Iet these stew in the sirup until they am lender thirty then drain thorn out Into a pkifs dish Innimlicr Kaucepnn have ready one tablespoonful of butter melted with one leifs oonful of Jour and over tblft jjonr nehnlf cupful of cream Vlon hot mild to the ilnp sirup stlrriiiK1 brrskly for several mlo tiles thou pour over the apples and serve either hot or coldj The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There isa disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so dccen Mil II ftiLiH tive 3laay sudden deaths arc caused by ilhcart dis ease pucumohias I ficart failure apeplexyare often Ut the result of kid ney disease If L anow kidney toadvaucc trouble is thckil1nepoi tv ed blood will at 011tbelamebackbreakdownresultfrombetter health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passingit and overcomes that unpleasant necessity throughtimettenight The nuld and immediate effect rlUl1e1lybcause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwanipRoot sold by all druggists in fif cent and onedollar size bottles You nutty havti a sample bottle and a took that tells 0111 Mdres1DrtbisgenIeOusany mistake but remember the name WllmpRoot and dont let n dealer sell you something place of SwampRoot If you do you ivill be disaopoihted iJ Ii It LhiasrndPatrioisrnj I aia t 1l F 4t I e he tt rfX1CAN mtz Lovely In facets the Mexican edot rita but she dos not rctalu her love llness bug At thtrtyHvo she Isj a wrinkled and forbidding old crolo The Mexican girl of fourteen jIuas jis tile American of eighteen and qldIprows old fester This is partly Ithe climate anti partly due to the I 1pr1 IItII IItsI n oxiiins Mexi an womau uood JudiTe of eharauter and n nIIwife and mother When one of marries even though her husband have been a poor mm and she herself i person of menliS he at once become 1 master wf ller funds tiaui if she cliofses may 4utroduee all tils relatives rto 1Vnfltr1 even If necessary to waitupon in truders Thejr are very clever with jIIhands hud Mexican drnwn K0rk mom tmewprId over The wonic of 1tbd1 women of some swiions in 1cteri 1 m emh skip Jim f micl tim syinnothy ind assistance of thHr women qfno wean usslsuliiff oj j 1 NECKWEAR j ICHJC Cells In Collars For AmplJVa Worn en are realizing that several yokes or chemisettes to acconipaih each waist or dress are a nccesssity says the Dry Goods Economist The great vartety that exists Jn seasons collar forms Is su rPd Squares pointed and round slm3s seonIn every modification thIsjjThe novelties In plaucn Ucej been produced In original among which the sailors again play Important parttRound Dutch cellar are broujfet out In dvery suitable manrial possible and markedr originality Is shown in trim ming these llojul embroIder outs Imaterials In contrasting color pinny wlthC1cllentresults Irish Armenian vnl and veniset laces Fancy ficbusand Injgecorday collars ire nlreadyi meeting with quite 4n un usual deKrCe of fnvor considering thej early stage of the season Ilandsoino new effects In black and white combined nr4 being shown high class neckwear Ptein lflse14 8Ilt1ni and black and wljfte smped fmlard are being combined wltfi embroidered batiste clnuy rhcbvn1 and arrow black INr1IN The pn ent itU111 dtesK awl waists Is mnltiiij iitdnslve 1 sabt yokes And Cbtti if plnl Red lfamy nets find Hem of evtry orjption Tl1 rita of mick aifab Is txfomlng to riB f worumj whlek yjiilus its 4DI Vbputv It Is ab 1 cuIUh noour iliijt these ls 0 find net yokcsbe ofin removed to be 1Ibumj 1 t SVOLOASf OrTETLh iiWEldt1T GAfC JEFFR1 HTI ttVtihgast ii s 1 tght In the Itiiiiwt U9 44ltir 1adoubt suiwut his gRmwI tlilu ns qualities vlilck am e cliHtnpiou Utii1un eis i oW rputvjiy ring faclmllenarcr for he ling 011ttieffut saiujina olImrnv 1dID batilt 4ucts tutu r bu tIt dfli whllJ UeIfI who tdti most dangHrouR rival Mud In + t tend to buick haveJteAt tliHigli I will notbeuijuieP1eiW4 It tis iioaaibie that W loit j1J i4 nfrttidto euitiiutehist If Brown bectuiso 4im1w t iOttIJ arm but ifs ttuijit wemlJr liliiiugaplll1 expect tot itt t t rankio Bnrhtlsef 6iilforpln i lightweight lu SmzLltrei lHo jMay 2O TketftsttncIe tw nty OcS rounds H 11Jr ntIy- wknOok4etI fUt Le P4w t wii 1i 4won on a foul Hoaouiwho rIn a IltwtieHl oaf wftR oiuaitttttd W pst 11vas that be can stpp Ibetoro the limit Is M tttreachedi i a til1JPor Infants and Children o The Kind You Hav I- jr Always BoughtAtCOttOL 3 PER CENT Bears thek I r Signature L- PrORnICI 4 iwssanaltestContalnsaita Oi OpnmtMorpltiiteiiorNjar jOTNAnCOTIC aaqfltlJh 4H-JMfeFsh IJH1 i IIIrlJ6tTtd t I USIA fnemed TrttonSourStom0 tic VorrasConvulsionsfotnsn OFSLEEP forF O U 1 IjrncSsandLOS FacSnlc NE Signature YORKorTThlrtyTYearsh CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper f 4 tIIr 1rT f f 1I J j vf1 It t tit I I yIt I TT I I i I II- Q I I i in I I For Public erGi 2Seasoi II AtllliTIiurmansfI Farm1 Sprii f fcliy v t 19111p Bourbdns t Best 1I95 tChe5frintl5ilandst Foaledl W06 IBy Bourbon Chief 976 sire ot Bourbon King Mctotgomery Chief etc f Jj 11st dam Jngy Oliver 6407 by Red Cloud 2197j m 2hd dam by Wilsons King 2196 w 3d dam by simsCiark CHief 2575 4th dam by lieGrand716a W cI III I 11breeding11 Ffee125To Insure a Livinfj tolt t I I Red King L4 J2732 1 Chestnut 15 3 IIanth5FoalediI9j vtf v fki k By WilsoVs King 21III6 t let dam Mrs rbYlRed Bill 2d damftlrs Cooperjby Red Bill J3d dam Wodd by Blue Jeans 8 T I 1This andMontgomeryt jis also a registered saddle horse and a good bbneibe Iof the greatest saddle horses ever o vned in Kentucky y He i ia nice smooth individual and earirack ahd trotpsfast 4a nrrypoclysHorse + Ee15Sl tb Insura LIvingttoIt K r r vc a Ja lk 0 Diamoicist r Vti hook thiakthsIsi groatjack Lool athiniiif u dott1i el1im at colts then if yu dontlike him tIeressomctfirigwrommg with you orthojachi FceO to Inifre Colt t I Governor BIlly L If Plack jack white points S hands hgh Ittmsby Rhmpier Jack he by Gov Wood and out of a Black Hawk Jc fetA good iindivi i dual and has pi v rtKitdf a groat breeder HeIJiVinret10 tollMu a Living Colt I I THURMN ilk PERS IF SPIHNGFJELD KY i = i Iti Bad 922JLI it I JIad a tliiliip tfhef age of4l w lc1idftnldni l f t bad Sf wniesVMrs Georgia Usher dfCon ers jOa1 t U feAuitednacibtg for toe cja sand after That I sickheadtiche11st r I greacJYYHh ailments dutto tTUlgC bf life fran lid llFf c butThey did no god o I JS to H i isincc l idtJ ztdiI am so nuctbettr cndan do lrn1hO T l he CMWUII f r J Do tot j fix C You thigh get la 50 bad 1heIWOntS1lSI et QutI 1 t ttke 1vlu1ey ou shfl littrQ ri strenta- Ud keep yOU ln jute way your troubles whatevefilhcy re grad uaUy grog smaller Instead of larscr yoju will be on the fip gradc Iristoiia of tIt aown a tbtjandjbye you viU arrive at the north pole off perfect ltAItQj tiA Get a bottle at your druggists tcxlt r I u fl