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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v J I i 4 ESTABLIShED IN 1883 j k I An I J r t j i T WiEmESVOL XYIII NO 24 SPRP13FIEID WASHIN6TPN COUNTY JUNE 151911 fii H l iI IPERi p i Hlkboro Mr John Grow and family 11 jVpiafcBitfday with thefamllyof iCrJ Mt Shields Mr voho fArnrsrf rsr a d wire3to spent Saturday Vnd Suiidat withII VHir daughter Mr and Mrai rtErMtLLi Perkins of near Willis birg Mr Clarence andl abMrU ThVIdyid witiThts I ChMrnarJ+ SlipvIle1wr 1 wifespen t kiMrk Meisrs Erastus and Ernest fiJ4 Sh elds spent Saturday night id with their uqcle Mr JJJt Jen kins and family of near Willis burgilMr PAt Long and wife spent ia Muei twith Mr and Mrs S G rrx l R+ MrWim flandby spent 6fatur 4 4r atlJBikh with Walter Handby ofnarhereJishv iMiss Leona Grow is out after 11 Ifa longsperlwa toaMr Jim Brown and Miss t of near Ta thanr saturddY and i Ofrioger family of John was in Willteburg Friday on business Mr Ed Scott spent llastSur day Vtnght with his sister Mrs Jbhn row Msa Myrtle Armstrong spent rFsidiy afternoon with his sister MrliVjEd Haiiby Mr dlarerce Derringer was in X Springfield last Saturday I Kentuckys Hog Production j CIIn hdecadefrom 1869 toIi rto 1878ithe average number of hogsporkdannnal1v inKer tb1cky wis 19000 In the dc cadettrbm 1899 to 1908 the aver age number reported vas 1225 000 ITJik is a decrease of 634 of 000 aiM fit indicates that Ken tu2kvsloaing some of her pres jfc tige as a hog raising statetsnaWhile Kentucky experienced WR resiarkible decline in pro A matertalml crease jtf wtntat the neighboring staes ofbfiki and Indiana in Ohio the increase was 670000 shInI recent years good pncss have been the rule in the bog marketLjma Kentucky has not declined in theot production of corn rind Iit iif rather strange that there has i7beenproduction tr There does not seem to Idaj tany good reason why Kentucky shouldi have fewer hogs now than she Had thirty years ago I flcu most other products of the farii there has been a substantial in crease Unquestionably Ken tucky farmers can not complain tint thy luck R market for their hogs There is no lack f the withdrawal to the r edand fatten hogs and science has con e to the Mid of the farmer with ato adequate reme lea for the serious disease of swine There is not so much risk row hi lauiig ho1tJF as there ere 20 j ears ago or formatter 10 yea s ago If money could be made at the business in in the pas t the presept conditions t certainly rejpore favorable for lITIgilecibg a S important factor for agriclvir i prosperity Courier Jporhal c t Cpcu Ie Cret1t1lMUiSit t iic pfiyl a no j fiticrs nliuost us foud ol Uhitr lIe lilayed lleutt- j Ic7 ill ftilt niOCiifJr de lt flegeure nndov a fiot r yululiun of Fcbniurj ISIS dirt nofcvilfyfctt bimfnril bis nntljKlstrnt that the waiter sbnuld make n game for him The whiter did tbougtii a fnstlladfc racing IP thE street outSIde and nil went well nntiJ ii a musket bullet smashed a mirror ht uimcdlate proximity to the board Mussel was anxIous to continue in spite of the lInterruption bdt lila i pouent would not With monsieurs penrilMlonj he said we will adjourn i the game until after the republic hai been proclalmedParis Gaulols aMlm nUI Juries Maitre Henri Robert the most fat I Bions advocatet fn criminal cases at thIParis bar toM as audience almost entirely composed of ladles that bfon may Jr1 a WOBWB wltb some ydutb pose looks aId a pretty voice has 0rtv fbasces out of a hundred of bcJjj c4lfteil wkereajg Small would hay oKly oae ua knows how t lie tars at the ritfat woawnt she nee jMt wjiegMt Terdfct toot fulHf ii etrtatetf Pacta Utter dL rw i r rw TIlE News leader TTie Uurgett in the World t mail11rChicago and concedes the claim that Chicago has the lar gest post lIce in the world Its present building the finest in the city costing 5010000 andfca but recently built must andoned because too smaUtJ poeicage was made out of a second f hand boot leg ample to contain a eeks mall of first and second 1to c1a dosscould then be accommodated on window sill Tbis was in 1331 when Andrew Jackson was prcsl Wa asntsolsimiles for their letters and six let ters in a week were considered heav mail ID 1883 wheu lett Moercents the office did only 25 wo lifrthmo liqnthsl ining in the office was puLNa ed in 1834 thelist containing one 1etter In that year a carrier s appointed to carry the mail Otawa and when the time came he had no mail to carryWBut by i870Mt had second postoffice in the country Th jaiej relndcarriers employed and its re cei wiptsbers Five years ago it became the largest postoffice iin tne wo twrldissues two and onerhalf times more money orders in a year tha lonIts toexpensetOOOOOOltsrecei ts 15000000 J t has now 3000 clerks and 18OQrc riers in the main building fifty substations There are 300 other substations more retE mote fr5in the building It handles mayear r5OOOOOO pie thcesi offi hacearelSsone percentExcbaoJe Just a LUtU Too Smartsuscrubwoman In a Paris theater nd a magnificent diamond atom e her In a box in sweepings up The honest old soul determined to rest re stomacher to Its owner dnd the owner of course wasnt long in turn ddressedOb have you found my fltomacber1 ky e cried It Is a chef doeuvre of Lallque of the Place Veudome Calm yourself raadame said the scrubwo alOsh peher took ont a fifty dollar bill pressa ed it on the honest scrubwoman and departed with tier stomacher hurried But ar hour later another Ilal1J ca lled Have you found my stom ac 1herTft It in my box Why yes urn me but If it was your stomacher said Uttluewas Imitation the lady said it oulj cost 5 your thief Is 5Izr outFSuffrage For Infants The suffragettes have evldeutlj nade up their minds that if they cant rote during this generation their laughters shall during the next Each of the 2000 dolls given by frsiO H 61drenthyeflowThere seems to be some hope lor the cause if the coming generation is to brought up with suffrage thrust at from infancy Pleasant Rehearsal Fair AraatetirThe rurtaln will its etr a few mlhutes Are you quite you know your words Hero sureII aJli except the part where L kiss better rehears that tcaia ti = tCARRIE NATION The Kansas Saloon Smasher Dies at Leavenworth 91Carriesm basher170 5 oclock Paresis was the use of death For several months Mrs Nation had been in oforsh entered the local saDltatriumIin wbiph she died recover from a nervous break wn Mrs Carrie Nation was born in Kentucky in 1846 Her mail en name was Carrie Moore aid a a girl it is sajd she was ab utely fearless lu her early addictedttocreated in her an intense aver n ip the saloon When died sbexdetermined to devote heI e to the suppression of t eI uor traffic Later she moved Kansas and married David who t IiherIi smashing was done fist in satoonI om of he Carey iI chIta December 27 1900 She was arrested and remained inI l several days before she was eased on bond f On January 21 1901 armed th her favorite hatchett Mrs Nation made another raid inI Wichita This iirne she smashed n saloons During the next three months Mrs Nation surprised the sa onkeepers in various Kansas wnE appearingunheralded and leaving a trail of ruined bart om fixtures whereeyer she we stntMany saloonkeepers became rror stricken when the militant appearedinI eir places and fled before tbo tchet coud get int action SHeuarkabIyused violence in restricting Mrs Nation although she was as sitedwrecking a bir at Enterprise oJKansasAroused by the spirit of the ntless woman from Kentuc the people began to demand that all the saloons be closed Smashing parties were organized l over the State The saloon ower was being wrecked A8 result of the agitation bills were passed by the Legislature which strengihened the State prohibitory lawcErratic as her life has been Mrs Nation was responsible for e greatest prohibition awaken g Liin Kansas v armers Have Not Awak ened to Sheep Sitauti n The sheep raisers in Kentucky asa rule dor not seem to have taken the Slate Quarantine on t very seriously but whenI ey want to ship their sheepI and lambs and find that the rail roads will rjpt receive them wi hIout the certificate of a County Inspector and that they cannot anyIprobably awaken to the situa on w I IFIRE INSURANCE 1I II 11and inlbusine IdoingI I Old and fried Companies I getyourR relorted Isecure business All business will be cancelled I shownthatLOWESTGiVEN JJW any BUSH 1 a L i t Insurance Agent I I It is going 10 causekroubte be tween buyersard producers The dealer cannot pay you if he cannot ship lamts and get- shi moriey In the1event hb fi Clndsthat he has bought high to make money on them ihere will e no better excuse to reject your lambs If the rail bads wont TukeIthose that arJl caught Farmers Home Journal Waived Examining TriaLIn Friday afternoon EJmmet SturH geon was returned the Marion arrestledQntyIas reported in the las Assure rot The Falcon He wa ved exami oation on the ho sesteaUn 500Ii escapIecu t hpsest9alin e 3asees nicapehave to give bond f for the charges against biul in circuit court for which he was awaiting trial when he escaped Lebanon Falcon if T Saved His Mothers i6 fe u Four doctors had p ven me up writes Mrs Laura Gatto es 0f Avoca La and iqy cnildrfin and all my frieuda were looking ficir me to die when my son insisted that 1 use Elec trie Bitters I did so md they have done me a world of good I will al wayspraise them El cctrjc Bitter a is a prIceless blessing lo women that ere troubled with fainting and dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney didor ders Use them and giin new health rength and vigor Tlieyrd guaran teed to satisfy or me neyi refunded Only 60c at Haydon Eobertaon Owl Treatment Fails For sometime r fa G the genenl cashier ofIf Shoylebeen greatly distuned by reae oh of the fact thatI birds weriSdestroying his tiiie ttjtop Of cher rits He tried several methods off scaring them I1Wbut with out success This sveek a nefaplan was hit upon Mi Sand iferisau admirtir 61 birds and has quite a collect id i of stuffed and mounted ape iimens He was told by a frend tbatthe smaller birds are a raid of anc owl so he selected a large one from his collection of mounted birds and placed iti ibis rfavorite cherry tree He t len went to with a feeling of satisfac ion that his fruit wjould not be disturbed During bis absenc it seems that all the birth iii Boyle county had been sum fimoredthe feast When lie returned the tree was loaded down and tbey had eaten all 91f the stuffed owl except the ga eyes upon Swhichtightiqg over M Sandifnr isi now carrying a clul and keeping a keen lookout fo the gentle pmanl treatment forcllerr eating birds dnvill Mess3ng rSf nkickedamuel BIrchof Ii etown WisIhad a mot narow esc ipe from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed but at last Bucklens Arnica alve cured iit completely Its the rcate t healer Cot8Bcuts corns coldsore bruises and piles on ea thofry tji 25c at Haydon Robertson Breckotrid e Mafdiu and Meadeuou Jties havi J dpuble sutt vey marks or Spr ig jkvhich per uaps bave no paiiillol in State surveys A hu e oifi aiid a larg e spring hich art nji tiu ul wonders Ajse thu cuter maij tik Queerto relate the treo bea 4 tricolored eaves annuallyI J Light green Jle tim green antI dark green three colors re Resenting in Ihe ber the three ccuntiea Just jencath the large soak jis the spring he otuer orner mark from which the t wp taken its name The sprin is also some what wonderful iii asmuch as it s spanned with turat brideS and as tbd tesidan of three jon ing counties can let gel upon their native soil anal Uench their fithirsting waters without crossing their lnds Etown 1Mirort i TOURNAMENT i oses After Most Success ful Meeting In Its History The 14th Annual High School l ournarnentelosedT Friday after tbe most successful meeting its history The guests about 206 in number were entertained the homes of Springfield The ccoipetition in every evet was clos e and much interest we aroused Tne Baseball 1an Tdespecial interest and the ciowds thataitended demonstrated th t th people of this county takes SJOftsTnethe playing spirited especially the closing game between Springnelli and Stanford Springfield inning bya score of 3 to 2 in thb 10th inning The Opera House was crowded ever ght and the entertainment highly enjoyed The following isthe Mst of winners eDeclamationMale rizedonatedrence sizeeealDeclamationMale Junior 1st pri CMcElroy ej GudgelLawrenceburg r DeclamationFemale Senior Pintprize donated by Burns Camden cayDeclamation Female JuEiiorFi Colvringfieldd namondonatedbypriZeMissprizesdonatedMissesRaneyPennybakert1ardstown donatedMayMayes BVocalultz Springfield 2d prize R H Bardstown Vocal Duett Male Female or Mixed BfyanSpnngfield fie igldhChorusTennis Single First prize donated by shitsTennis Double Two 1st prizes do natedby J Y Mayea and First National Bank won by Stanford t Boblitt2dHaydonSingleton2d SfnrletonStanfordRunning High Jump 1st prize Singleton Stanford 2nd Kavanaugh Law renceburg Pole Vault won by Lawrenceburg Putting 12lb Shot won by Stanford Throwing Hammer won by Stanford Baseball championship won by Spring eld SCHOUXhsHIP CONTESTS Oral Spelling Jerry Beam Bards town Reading Sarah Litsey SpnngfieldI Rapid Calculation 1st prize donated by McWhorter Wells Nonie Cath itt donatedbyThompsonSpringfield Mental and Practical Arithmetic 1st rize donated by Judge I H Thurman allie Craig Stanford donatedbyUnited States History 1st prize do MargaretGore j English Grammar 1st prize donated y Jas J Graves Harry Goodloe pringfield donatedbyi tanfordGeographylit OzlancheComposition and Letter Writing 1st prize donated by Wathen Li Shader Vira Nally Springfield Elementary Algebra 1st prize dona tedby Geo Begemann Allen Kava naugh Lawrenceburg byMcElroyHigher Arithmetic 1st prize donated LawIGeometry 1st prize Ricketta Boul ware Springfield Trigonometry Standford Beginning Latin 1st prize donated by W D Claybrooke Harry Goodloe Springfield Caesar lit prize Ivor Roberts Gicero 1st prize Naomi Rogers Virgil 1st prize won by Bardstown English Composition Margaret GudV gel Lawreneeburg Physical Geography AHeq West Lawrence urg English Literature Willie Moore Stanford Crtanfordtfjrst Year German Lawreaeeburg Second Year German ftford rfieJdDrawing Celia Cregpr Sprinffleld Physiology Alton Wash Lawrence burgJl J Big Sale of Jerseys One of the largest sales of im ported Jersey cattle ever held in the Upited States was made Monday at Burr Oalr Stock Farm west of IShelbyville by W RSpnntSonsand H D and J A Rodman A total of oflfS06 The RodOJa offerin numbering 100 averaged 250 11and tfie Spann stock 400 per h eadtIThe highest price paid was 1850 for Io tItredsTexastiha Haggin farmat Lexingtn purchased the highest priced fpmale a daughter of Noble of Fontalnsai for 1500 The atten 1 ance numbered nearly 1000and ida ll parts of the country were re p resentedShelby Sentnel Old Shoes IAD bonest pair of little dogear shoes arrived in Lexington Son day all the way from MissouriH 1iUp to this time they have travel d over 20000 miles ip thuirJ jjourneys always following the tork They have been on the taby feet of 250 little ones dcr iing six generations from fhe yesr they were made 1783 Andrew Merrill a Revolutionary soldier on the Jerselyr Line tJ after serving seven years the10nalJ rkttown and setledin Clark COPILI ear the Estill line There marriedo Miss 0 dbpm and in due course little Nicholas DeMerrill needed a pair of shoes to peddle around in His father thedrleatherl and stitched tne sho with his own bandsHis goodi mlle handed them down to the first soft of every generation Cot 0 E Merrill of this cityii the latest devisee of this relic fromhisf greatgrandfather andl so far has not handed them down any farther The leather tanned in the onest days iis as soft Bud plaiit as it was in 1783 with not a stitch broken Lexington Leader CuresCatarrh Also bpCoughsand Sore Throat Haydon Willett guarntoes HY OMEI pronounce it Highome tobcure catarrh acute or chronic tc c reuretnroat or money back Incases of deafness caused by ca tarrh thete irtib remedy so efficient HYOMEI is aHquid extracted from the eucplyptiis trees of Australia and is a soothing healing germ ng ti l antiseptic A complete HYOMEI outfit eon slating of a bottle of HYOMEI and 11an indestructible Lard rubber pocket inhaler costs 8100 For treating catarrh or any thtoafor nose alimentl pour a few drops into the inhaler auo breathe Thats all ycu have todo and at tillbecomesantlsepjHl mel and tbIs soothing air as it passes iinto the lungs reaches every particle of the Inflamed mem heiraw sore spots you own a Hyomei1ha1cryoU can buj an extra bottle of Hyomei for ojiiyi cents at Haydon Wiiletts or drgggists everywhere Had Committed Suicide rJ W Dundiff who disappear ed from his home in Taylor countytbe27thof April was round Monday Inthebarnof Mi G StSger near the mOuth of Robinson sreek He commit ted suci elbyt hinging but wnen found the boiy was on thebarn floor the rope having broken He was once ia i- isltliiitlair he County News r rJf J i fm ska irtll asU on riIs oMUfJtriiM Apply tq Mc MuIyNChlre hPlJce of flour may rise and taU bat we guarantee tftsjinaiit gL Whit Rose and Ben jtfltuwoii ouyr1tor filI Our ul W qui ttrst uan7COad I1 isAo ijIiJ i it lDSbli 1 tJ l j f IF A eJRit ai I 1tU 1 KENTUCKY J ductiociIiewas L TERRlBLJEf j Death From vici s S J Narrowly Averted For Little GirL the little three year old daujeh ter of Mr and Mr Waheriit- he 7 sy barely escaped a terribK deati Monday It is supposed that she went into the bam lot and attempted to catch some lit e pigs and that the sow attack ed her She was missed from the house and whj n found the ariimalhad knocked her down herit1ini touching the flesh although tne little one fwas very severely bruised aid was almost uncon cious from fright She was too badly frightened to scream or call for help ahdjt was only by accident that the family dis covered her plight in timto save her life Pad they been a few momenta later the little on6 vould probably haye netat rrifif 1bie death She has been suffer ing considerably rqin the vert bruises and the shock but wr otherwise uninjurd HarrSs j br Herald r IMidnhUn tge Ozarkt v- and yet sleepless Hiram cr nton of 1II climate and started home Pearinlj1 of Dr Kings New Discovery he bii IbeUevc1tsavedmV abeteman eut of tns so that j can now ofgood work For allIn gai peasescroupt whooping cough hay feyejy hamorrbages hoarseness or qulnsjr eitsi the best known remedyth tteifree Guaranteed fay Haydon Re J Jr itartsonl t r Brain Leaks j Every babv3 first step is ttfe mOst wonderful thing that ever happened One oftheclrawbacksofpoyef t ty is that there is no exclusiv ness thereinWIf it was tforour troubles wewonldnt know how to enjdrJ pur pleasures The easiestthiiig in the world i is to frame up an excuse for d- ingi something we want to do I The wise pastor doesnt start on his summer vacation until lifter the June Bedding season s o OfverA lot of homes are mode sad t4e the father exhausts him s Pelpibdown town As for gossip Tiit1l t5tthe diflerence between the ont 5whoeagerlyMaybe one reason women get so worked up at a bargain Sn l s le that tbey jso seldom re eivEI any money frbmHheir b nsbaud Itj spend Bryan V Common r J iJail Prisoners Oh The Road The County Judge andthit j oailerinn the experimentof working o inherhe first weelts work was leo qtedto quarrying stone aria int llSher trieenabored about 75 worth of stont was turned opt Laterttiis WU1 ioe crushed and applied tij tthe roads wherever it ia needed The law gives the Gbtfp t1d Jadjge and jaUr thq rl fJilbt 4 work the prisoners oh the road andiit isv a law that should be aken advantage ofn eyjerj County wber there is any cbnr siderable number of prisoners j In counties like Warren forinr I stance where the jjtpopulation cisometimesmerit of the prisoners in maUax good roads or ingetting ost jcfni material represent big iiitlog I bIXtroic12J Eorj t E f have no terrorgQf ilera iu Dfodw lflin aUIl9the tmpr et IU SISP- ohard labdrtle ravswg- uuitsr 1 ftrbe pthons i fartbsco1t7i tkThaiotifIbQssw1j t 4snjiirT LL- Jt tI AbsoluicIyPur ktMaof NLNEU l =l the Jaws a term iri jjiUernis I little more tbal1c ioJiftay Otbers thelre is reaaAiifor be iflevlDIW nld prefer out tJuon employment loathe Eapno 1FJony ofuiflnemeh iiathfprwpo I CtIJItIS scarfcvly worth wili to say that mental labor in UM i pen air vroal iitsnretoSth p bVY cal benefit ofjAiw4ij I Most of onr Kntnky Js are unytliingbuVideaIfrornaEii I ary point of view JP jfpn+ lijte yields fruitfully to Tub rqoloaisl f i and other diseased ancT lh re should be a humane as wellfas an tconomical side to this pfbol lera of dealing with pris Mr On the fadesotdt thirtiesnot seem to bemdohf in feiditfgsnd lodging a iJMi tpr a rIod of day WeekLrieonba tp8e0ore theI1pymentHofa flu e It Js much more fttiiible to put the prisoner to workpa e roadsLS1iiC thereby h am tpav for his board ap1ipm- ethingfotJiig ntndDttbilitU1A ItUiakb adI i ffar and t t + ConrlerTQJu i L Srt JJJ a t yJ LL j LEThet n Lisle and Mr fbiW were Impressive ta1eb tted- dnasdayv n1igatt a6ieJo k th Secondl4 Ptby r f1ch tir1i 1rtbia city PrvA S- iM iI tf pistor Ofech1rch bfciatrig The liridal part Msrsdtha- urclf ch at the atralai 4ofcbii rbeaiiiiftrl Liengria wrtiifig marcir It ira leE1r the- hersus Mr James W JailliM LebknontMltr2 p Birji of Shebyyiet t 1cUowd ybMessrs Charley McQhjJrd iuMk billp app lX Theji c 4 Miss who t wJjMEUZ4 f this city and Mias A9aH Mcrr roYh91 Spinsed te a3d oC honor MisMarjut Lw fond the utstrQuI wlao or Mrs E W rayTorjof CJipyfiaadJ Uhiu LtlethijiWde the arna of her fathfto lli eW Lise She was JIMue ioitarbjthe gro6 a tja4by his best man Mr 4WIriu- ghs1i of MJi leB B I The maids gpyri wer pIk Bet f yer pink silk f PatVlbf oqpr was whtsiir 1 arquesettet i the itu1 inieIr white aassae satin irw t ineain flahe amtMip irW i- OWfl was white 1ichtjattL immed la garsitf ra OlfjifMs The church w lttfttftttr dr orated igree anor yl ttlUfcfi MiM Ruth Carroll I Wr George I4tiattr wpttrilfd a so4 delightful mae1l j ajm for baiMionr bnfocatNiaserMr L ipier Jjf IaailMii rer4 E1eII Ual After a J espUo M5iis I 1lro the rela4ivs qf thi ujiinjc p rtJe aj I frien Mr fq a trfp u4ee a yllkJl ill T t1KH are JM ftF Inest ja b1s1a4l- iof it tais at S iteamid the r l 14Tti Y ssrst II I v 1 TLNtW4LAU 1NGPJ1 ICY PJamIYuY- tJIW 11 y Lv41 PIPL X4M rii P1bHss JWIMY JUKE IWL t r wareaIdsi1iIL I JOiW A rrotnfJau rVirtS rlM1 tH x Waii r 4T r1 c tM D jfJj rt 0 i ui hPsir f Mr JT L KGbiiOi U I Igk4 WYi MS BowM it- iwkwhIFBryaitafIiftjrs J aaSsI1y Mrs Ad yaofMf MIW DMrWiWIua o Siy-J wkkfri4IsatBak1a JKNJ iBrawIylshsi la tm at cdiiga Tbr i1riUyOI1Mt1wk T aq otjucIOm j M ca ts Rev t Joi MMCW of lyiiMr coaty- hi j ISLMtrt Orlig the riin4 rMlM jMrw UaJr former or KevA Piuksto bar J iijT itad rdl kto retifoatioa a fiw wttkt zgotoIIap1acID Id- ii I ik4io t Logs P and A 3ifi wUKiMct Iin MatH commiii 0aMr at their ball at this place Mxt SMlnJaraJlgbt and idabara are irgeatly requested ebelnllllt-4 VMrlMao Ariutrevg was IB p lookVille Jaat week bujlif torn ew BacfcintTf faru roUJ i1iaid ame will be linstalled 1 diJ WHir nir J W twt o oldreItt pectoi eUMi of this plac diedt L J F alThfe boa pa last TsMClaJ Bight after a king and continued f ifhwM with dropsy Faneral aJHTlcea Wire conducte4 at Mt PreWom oalrTediieaday follow lliig by Rev A 0 PinVatonafter xwkwh the remains were laUrred j tsgMr L4O3g 1 iIYed by a wife ad t several 9lUdreilp rj6 of whom co Ul tot be present as taej w rini other satei thi enth- c t 1lDiit1 extaads condolence J f to the family JwiBR their aoe beriaTNMnV A The rain hat Monday gave jo relief to the ifrowinKcrop l laBi to the lamira those vnc oitepats plaotteK a full crqi ot tobacco Yet Ute drought ftill ooatfainii jm tWaaectior f laiMLfs cawing the tobacco grow ira neb utirrr From the Spreit nMpec4 it loon nov u ifJtbt ajtesp4s towards the grbwmg ol tbe weed wight pro gewbat iMffectlTeand great1Ii t taatrftage has already been e tiaiatei IFtMr J B Bobiuson baa beer t sjo1itsd idministrator ofetbe virtteorj W Ixwg deceaaeo l anf the aalel coaprlaiag aonie lire took aooaeholdandJcltcbti fjirDitmre will be held at there danceoM mile eaat of Sharps TiUe t Friday nne the 16th Thursday will be the big dav ijV aJWiU given in honor ol- tbev r lUf A C tiiBkston bjl membfra of Mt Freedom Bap Jist chircb many noted apeakerh A wilt be present 10 address thi 1the pople and every one la cor Ii diiily iBtlud to attend Com- eaidilagyour fiends with yon y and eijjpy adayiof festivity MimsNoaBoweahujone tc je Mvore evilte to spend the week witbrelativea t 5JB and Mrs Brown spent Buaday with Mr Browns pareataatABtiochk MrCleoRobinaoBof OhapUn SunLda y t i iThat which was calcalatetl tic be Ja fco e to light and that Ii- owTpf o r gailaBt oW WIdower 7 kva shiBC awifttr towards thi t Ottraony flIMIiQeorliai HoblMonreUrn edto her beeM Bear Cbaplii Saa ay after jtpe dfQg aeirerai wfefcewitkiiec ter Mrs C L BGrPb- ir i Ir1 Jor AO- r t kroek was IMMI Saiaay QOi qori fda ds11is n 1iea r ii BMM PC fcejr Pieiatra spa i ulIIr J i1lit Rwowj iF liaadMtWIs Mtu o rqpdtt be cbesr Iji I I ies Mn rfJ n4 4 wr Mt Freedom Sunday arijelda morning by Iev An 4rew Pinketon at the time of her death the weather was so iBclenent that it was tr convent sat for the relatives to geta iaieter to preach at the funeral ani as they were seperated some disianoe from each other So Jaaeihe llth was then the time deeigaated for the above pnrX paM Efcv 3r Jones wifl deliver jaaernon at this place on Satur by ni ht June the 17th on the Tawa allhe borne of D Brvant 4Hd OB Sunday he wilt fill his regular appointment at Antiocb qbrcbIbafiUbafternoon and is this willl be the irat game for the Blue Jaya this aeaaotfBHl u going to prepare aa epilogue possibly to suit their t oibertFro the appearance last Sat ajday a1bganoonO1d Sol- siz ale forced the Judge to retire to a black spot beneath a locust tree and with a llargepaIm leaf te each hand beseemed to enjoy DM retirmeiltslashinJittheOoooi breeze right and left appreclatedmy though for a dust collector I canaotrecommencl it butforbe ji it is the I remain B Brains Liticy Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon Iis the guest of Miss ibelThompson Mrs Jn Claybrooke of katllthebameofA r visited friends at FenwJck Sturday arid Sunday Miss Harvie VanArsdale js visiting her sister Miss Nannie Thompson spent he week end with friends in town MijM Lizzie Waters visited Miss MabelThornpson Monday Mr Frank Ynkey spent Sun day in Maud Miss Marsrie Graham is visit ing Mrs L M Gregory Misses Sophronia Medley and Emma Badgett spent the week end with Mrs Polin and family her1hocusl visit here She was accom pan d home by Mrs J L Martin Fenwick j Misses Rosa and Annie Kelly and Mr and Mrs Pan Rogers iaited Mr and Bert Fenwick Sunday Mr and Mrs Morgan Cheat bam were the guests of Mr and frank Yancey Sunday llr Jim Graves of Indiana is visiting friends aud relatives in this county 7 Miss Annie Welch is visiting her sister Mrs Bob Graves this week v Mrs Aqn McOarty and daugh ter Elizabeth has returned lo her home at Bardstown afteran extended yisit here with her atsteijs Misses Adams tMlswere the pleasant guests of Mrs Clarence Graves Saturday Miss Sadie Fenwick was the guest of Miss Mary Rose Janes ThursdayMrs Thompson and daughter Diana of Frederiqks town were the guest of her mother Mrs Dian Smith last whale Mrs Lizzie Anderson and children Mr and Mrs James Lenbam Mrs Lucv Anderson lined at home of Mrs Teresa Graves Sunday Mr and Mrs Bud Coffee visi ted Mr and Mrs Loyd Fenwick Sunday On account of dry weather several of the people of this vi w cinity have given up raising tp bacco aid put their gruundln corneThere will be serviced at the Catholic church here Sunday upuallbour1alf of Spring field has returndhorne after a months stay with friends and relatives here l MrsolClarencei Springfield Several from here attended the party at Mr and Mrs John Brewers All reported a nice lime Mr Elmer Anderson is much better at ibis writing Mrs Serelda Barker and son Edgar and daughter Mrs Bar tha Walslon and son Loraine visited Mr and Mrs Will Barker of near Mackville Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Sweeney and grandchild visited Mr and Mrs Dee Raybourne Mr5 Ezra Montgomery wastbL guest of Mr Willie Fenwick Saturday night Mr and Mrs Derwood Shew maker were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Nally Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Shewmaker and family visited at Springfield Sunday MissLeoua Graves entertain ed a few of h6r friends SundbY night Mr John Turner and wifer visited aV Willis burg Sunday lCross Roadsi Mrs Sarah Salmon is visiting her daughterMrs SuannaCox atF3urgin3SMiss Clara Taylor of this place is visiting her cousin Miss Louisa Claunch near Fairview Mr Henry Carey Iand family visited Mr Tom Lawson and wife Saturday night and Sunday Bornto the wife of Mr Dee Yankey June 7th a fine girl Mr D D Bottom and wife visited the letters parents Mr and Mrs J H Goode Friday Mrs Carrie tester and daugh ter sppnt Wednesday afternoon as the guest of Mrs Nora Carey Marcus and Sevmonr Clauncb have returned home from Rich mond where they have been in shool for the past sixt month Misses Louisa Claunch Clara Taylor Effie Bottom were ii Harrodsburg Monday shopping To Supply the Demand 8tb rlaid the youth from col lege our professor soys theres hell any wore- Mebbenot5 said tbe old man but wouldnt lose any sloop over It Whenever there is a demand for It you rhaps will raise JUAthuilu Coustltu tlon The Trouble Im afraid shall not be abttu ge on tonight said tbe lending lady Whats the trouble T asked tbesou fMy sick and theyll have to close tbe house If fall to ap pear Chicago RecordUeroId- Thankful For That The First HorserVell theres OBI Indignity theyll never put upop us The Second BorseWhats that The FIrs Corse Theyll never call on us to drag a stalled airship out of a soggy udCIEveland Plain Dealer Pop Doesnt Counts Whose baby My wifes WeI lent It Justus nmcft yours as hers Gosh no Were living with her fblksl Cleveland Lender Good Shcj- wPufchaserThesi stnts are In the back row1 iliuiv my chance of ex rbnuuint them nfler get Inside Tbcater Ticket Seller Sure Attai the show begins youll be able 16 gtt IUV noHt In the housel Puck A Beauty Tip Whon the skin takes on a shiny ap pearance one should take especial ear 3f It Rinse the soap oft well wit water when washing Tbe face should ho dried with n very soft towel Apply u xlmple remedy of one draw if Imrnclr acid mixed with four mice of nwpwater Before the face jttit4 dry n little powder shoud be 1111111 Then rub the face gently sItii chamois after tbe powder hall Urhd In ninny canes where the blood Is not at fault for the condition this omtdy will be found entirely spin Ieut to tate away tbe shiny appear ance 1iD 1TCHETTP- omps Tinning PiumWog 1 1110t Water and Steam Heating ASP IIEI5 S s j SMOKE NO ODOR counulifwho glvtf thought It l- aSOLITE OIL lla vermadeodor Coil no more than inferior tankwagon ofli dealerhaaSOii7E CblS C Stoll Oil CO Lwisvflk Ky Oii Pamchcrate Auto Oft AMBASSAdORS t l They Enjoy Some Cti rlotis Privileg at European Inducts In the popular mint t lie American mind at least there li Very little difference between nn uri basttidoi und n minister but the fornjur 1c entitled to very many privileges1 broad that are dented to a were envoy For Instance one cur ous privilege of an ambassador la tbjt be and In alone when dlsmlss lt may tutu bit back to the sovereign to whose court be Is accredited TlfmOde of pro ecdure generally spooking Is as fpl lows When the nudlctitc ijiut on end the ambassador waits to be dismissed by the sovereign Wbeti dismissed i the ambassador bows retires three puces bows againl retires three paces l oW a third time turns ot hl heels cud walks to the folding d ors But when the reigning spverelgi Is a woman atlll poUter methods Obtain To turn his back would be jdlscourteous to walk backward woul be to resign a privilege therefore thi ambassador rt tires sideways llkea rub He keeps one eye on the soverejjn and with the other he endeavors find the door By this unique means he contrives to evince all politeness q the sovereign and at the same time tan one of his privileges Another privilege of ambassadors Is the right ot being ushered Into tim royal presence tthronpir folding doors both of which must b flung wide for him No one savo an ambassador car aim this prlvllego d most any nun ambassadorial Individual can expect b that one of Tbe doors shall be opened to privilege appertaining to tbr ambassador onc cap Lile of causing great Inconvenience ttc Jhe rfiler Is toft right of demanding l dmisslon to the overelpn at any hour of day Or night This was one of tti e reasons wh Abdul humid wheq gultao of Turkey opposed the raising blour mission m Constantinople to animbassy It wa decidedly IncoQvenien at times to so the American represe lathe at all To the European tb most Important feature of the amba sadbrs makeup Is hi sword There the blade of the sword is a rapier bIn e with the point blunted It has facetiously ob served abroad thab Ill use tbe sword Is put to In addttio to Its trick of tripping up Its wean li usually the harmless one of poking fires One dl plomatist was said tqifllohJs JHIs oc his sword when It WIB nol otherwise engaged and for a g while It was 0 standing witticism jf the corps dip lomatlque In Europe hat the Russiat ambassadors used tthJr words tombroken treaties aICircumstance thu was held to account for the Inordlnat length of their wiapoos Harper Weekly Emmetc Prose ee of Mind A story U told ol Robert Emmel rhlch proves his see etJye power and resolution He was ond of studying ebemlstry and one tight late after the family had gone to bed be swal towed a large quan Ity of corrosive tubllmate In mistake for some add loollng powder He Immediately discovered his mistake and knew that death must shortly ei sue unless be in stantly swallowed tthe only antidote chalk Timid men would have torn nt the bell roused all uib family and seu for a stomach pump t Emmet called no one made no noisbut stealing down stairs and unlocking the front door somehnlkstabie took suflkleut doses tlIt to neutralize the poison Queen Elizabethsr Amulet Queen Elitcbeth djiring her lost ness wore around hirj neck a charm made of gold wbiui had been bt queatbcd to her by n old woman in Wales who declared that so long as the queen wore It sh would never be The amulet as ivan generaly the nse proved of no iivall and EIlz1I jeth uotwlthstandlnc her faith In the rharui not only KlcUoued but Iltti During tile plague in Ixndou peiiyle wore amulets to keep qfl the dread tbI itroyer Amulets of apeulc were worn near the heart Quills of qulcklhIIIwore hung n round tli he powder of toads L No Swelling t All Soc nut one rIllie on the water li calmness snty tbe lttle Crr non lady lookTng ot t dreamily ovisr he quiet sea IM cr 8tdthl jcenn when It was cjtlm like this nil lie way over Do you menu Hii t there wits nvell eveu In uildocfhnV naked her umpanlnn who iiadj hover crossed at ftNoft nil was there IIlyX York Press Wherein Thjy Differ Jack Widows areHvlser tItan niiild iu one respect at lettt Tom Whats the answer JackiThey never lot a good chance go by thinking that a Uetter one will conic their wayQhl ca go News t In MitigitJo Judge Hoss thief11youre found guilty by th Jury j lave yf anything to say nsto why thouldnt soak y th limit Prisoner Well ju1gl1t wasnt your boss Ir stole Cleveland Leader Well Qualified Why do you appldtorn pqsltlon an boss of this gang mive you ever hud any experience Bossed myuo after he grew upr Buffalo Express Procrastination iIs lonef of thetinost peOf lve forms of happlDeSs loUt SHow It IokdVtjy dont y un ett your eavlarttV asked lilt host Didnt know Itwis toeati replied Broncho Bob t idnght tiler hau ijilltttbeiDomestlpMrs IlenpiTk wIll uewfpttnirilt viys here hUhnu milk willextend iieVllfc to ofira Ijlunlnd HpnpHIf rU111tl1ul4 brhvlor Id tatc u Lu klnr Ros0n Twn rlpt MYFELLOW TRAMP- During the season of the whlt czars first visit to ParillI was walkIIng through Europe had trampedI through Switzerland and climbed the Alps anSI was now about descend Intending to mAke my way to Paris to be present at tbe great reception Pausing to taken las vlew from a great height I sat down ou the ground and fell to dreaming I was recalled to inyself bYa soft voice behind asking In French Can you tell me sir bow far It rto Mqntbard I looked up cxpectlag to see a vro man Instead the person who bad art dressed me was a young fcllQW appar cully about twenty though there was not a sign of hair on his face anti hp might have been younger or older Montbard There IsMontbard dl rectly north of us You cant distin guish the place fur It Is twentyflve miles from us In a direct line ofar with an expression olt dls Appointment I un going that Vfay Rest awhile md I will go with you The young man sat down beside me dnd we chatted for half an hour He was one of the most attractive persons I ever met There was much enthusiasm In him Everything tIn which ho took an Interest be took a deep Inter est To one who has become blase and finds most othef people so such a on Is very refreshing Besides he was very Intelligent and displayed cons IlL erable learning One thing about him amused me lIe was very illogical Everything was felt nothing was rea soned At least his reasons were at ways absurd For Instance he ex pressed a flrm belief In tbe divine right of blngfl becadSp this right was necessary an basis for their author ity jjWe down the declivity but had not g6ne far before we were over takeu by a diligence and my yoting man got aboard I continued to tramp but I confess the rest of the Journey seemed dull nod uninteresting The next evening I reached Mont bard where I found railway transpor Lotion to Paris but was obliged to wait several hours before getting a train Going Into a cafe to get some thing to eat seated myself at ntn ble and was looking over the menu when a familiar voice asked What will monsieur have The last time I had heard that voice was when my tramping companion bade me adieu before boarding the diligence Look tug up saw n waitress standing beside me and her face was as much like the tramper as the voIce She was looking down upon me with no sign of recognition and for the mo ment considered the likeness a mere colnclileuiC gave her tin order for tiiipiHT but before leaving the cafe matte up my tnlnd that was not uils biken the waitress was really mv compaiilin T The day before A week Inter whik llu Paris wbiere hall man frkiit attended a re ception nt sIte huuse jof a prominent American lumker who then lived near the nol Boulogne The czar had arrived and all Paris was talking about him As entered tbQ drawing room heard a lady whose back was oilllar toward me say lu tones that were fa heIIIcouldjtramping companion tho waitress of tnjINlchalowskyI f aYe Please present me The countess received me graciously but without the slightest sign of recog nitlon was fully aware that nay acquaintanceIsisted In would bo resented there lore refrained from mentioning either of our meetings but led the conversa tion Into the same channels as when IIwe were resting on the Alps Every she handled differently from her treatment of It at that time but with even greater brilliancy Whlnl beg pedfor permission to call her she Raid I am very sorry but lezne Paris tomorrow at dawn L returned to America by steamer from Cherbourg am troubled with tfeasltkuess and kept my room till till voyage war hnff finished Titer oub day the wnther being delightful and steamerIscarcely emerged from the companionway when I iras startled at seeing seated before me my tramping friend of the Alps the waitress of Montbnrd 4hc Countess Nlchalowsky had at least a right to recognize the last named personage and exclaimed Why countess My words were tact by a cold stare You are mistaken sir Rue said In tolerable English You address Mme Bourdnlonc of Southampton I apologcd and passed on The la dy did not come ou deck again during the voyage but when we weredocked I took a position where I could see her as she won ashore tier maid first went onto the dock walked back and forth with her eyes well open then made a slgi whereupon the mistress followed Carlpslty led me to Pinkertons to make Inquiries They told me that they had been advised of the coming of the Countess Nlchalowsky a Polish nlhlllst but too late A plot had been discovered to assassinate the czar co his wily to Paris but had failed TJli countess was Implicatedl 0 Encouraging Wrinkles Huto you ever caught a glimpse ot yourself in the mirror when you art doing your hair brushing your teeth or putting the finishing touches to your toilet If you tavenlt Just try It once antl you will probably see to jour amusement that you are making hdr riblo grimaces and twisting your tore head into all sorts of frown and wrtai kles while 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Vlardot Garcia She wash great In her own right amigreat by reason of her associations says Cur tent Literature Her brother ManueJ Garcia who died In 1009 wits a sing Uig teacher of worldwide reputation In her prime she sung In all the lead Ing opera houses of Kurope She knew jitlmatcy some of the most famous lien und women of her time Wagner Schumann Chopin Gounod and Liszt were her friends George Sand made her the heroine of a novel Ary Schef fer painted ber portrait Heine Rcnanj Delacroix Adelaide Itlstorl and others ds famous flocked to her salons Shj comes to ussays an enthusiastic ad mlrer ta Musical America from the golden age carrying the sacred fireij t During eightynine years her hanA never wearied her flame never flick trod Bit ber strongest claim on lriJ mortality lies not so much In what has been mentioned as In one other fact She was the friend and Inspire of the man whom many regard as the greatest novelist that eve lived Ivau Turgenleff The love story of Mme VlardptGar cia and TutgcnlelT has never been told In Its entirety TurgenleOf had all tbt MweiVmrdotGllrcl contentof the letters that passed between them excised tbe most vital postages There are Indications bowever that the fun facts will soon be brought to light It Is said that among the papers of MmeiI VlardotGarcla has been found a uscrlpt novel of TurgenlefTs intrusted to her half a century ago on the unt derstandlng that It was not to be putt llshed until ten yearatter her death It the statement Is true Jacob Ton4 son remarks In the Londop New Age something apjirotuhlng n Qrst class tnsatio Is lu store for the literary orhLrThere is anither report that Mme VlardotGnrria nod Turgenlerf were secretly married and that tbt 1bIld of their onlou t daugber is Uy muDAttutida To Say end to Do r Do you itI hIII g 1110 church tbM exiling liUhiT tolitgato preach you know the ministers fair daujfbf ter asked The young man considered Uml The last time I went bf ralty er fell oa some of my small fallings Do you know wbathl text will be t ulgUlTf Yes Love one another1 j CbCeljapprovinglyt we fet the old gcrjlleman go preachy while we sit here and ornctLceLlip- thcotts f f Nbt Perftct A horse dealer was showlnj a hors to a prospective buyer After runnlns him backhand forward torn few tnlm ates bo stopped nud sold to the buyer Vbat do youtblukot his coat Isn5 he a ditndyTSThe buyer noticing that the horse lad the heiivee replied uYcs 1 his coat all right but Idontt like hl4 panULondon TIt Bfts s1ThelSnnrlersl ouM1 Snorler Hang at all whos T1ttIt fA ite always baa a certain ammmt of weight with those who wish to be store ifcBlce 2 0 KNOBCREEK STOCK f RM Please Read and ThinK it Oyjj RED LIGHT Na 2272 f inVotVI A8HBi Sired by Lightfoot Brummeil 1324 he by Beau Bru im lJ 800 Dam Daisy Glen 7621 AS HB A by a Co Canhrf GleriBreek 80rrellstripe in face two short atodcirigtDscRlPTloNRed 15 34 hands weight 1100 verysinobtbe head and neck like k geldings Not a blemish porn weakspot abeuV him Seven years ok Has been Bhowaih harness rings roadster rings five gantdsaddle rings cpmbihed rings double team rings and irasstowa wes a three year old for best stallion and three of his coltagetof that year and he only three col t and he won that In 1910 he dadel W int l show at Hardin county fairand lost He won first every shew JM made the remainder of the allow season induding the Pembroke Horse Show Ky State Pair 8IJen11 Steair He aukd MM but show at the Horse Show at layksviUe Tenpand won firirt iis the harness stake for stallions mares and geldings with sixteen Ihorses in the ring He is breeding very strong after himself About threefourths of hiS colts are sorrels and good gated J have a two yearold sorrel stud by him that think without a doubt is UM beet prospect in Kentucky much bettor than his sire at the Muse ate Hereyou iave a charice to breed to a horse that colored right bred right breeds right gaited right and is right abd the price fa right He has proven Jbiniseff to be a winning show horse in the beet companywe have iri Kentucky and Tennessee He will Wake the season of 19Jla Knob Creek Stock Farm LaHue county at 25 To Insure a Living Colt Mares kepton pasture t2 per month If fed grain will be charged for cost value 1 attend to this business myself so proper care will be taken but I willnot be responsible should any dunage SJTHOMI5ONS Hodpen ville R FQINo8 AtbertonvUle Ky = = SvQbtWtt5il41liIS1 r N b1eEnmark t Sired by the Great Highland Denmark 1st dam by the kentwcky ff and and Missouri Champion Saddle Horse Thorn Star aid Sy Art loBe lie by Artist and out o1u Mont Rose m t e I Noble Den mirk is a great bred saddle horse h dilthe blood pf i J a highhorseyear with little local training he proved himself a asuccewfvil how horse in good company Aa a breeder his first seeson oif colts wets first ad second ties af our last faIr IIe and his co1b11J the Jiri4 andhe for finest stnnIODmare JIHM1umsJnMcDonald and other noted show horses has had Noble Denmark jj itraining the past winter and says be is tie bet gaited ikigMftai I Denmark he ever saw also there was not a finer hon wMIa 100 miles of pexingtonr Josh B BowIe says he is the best tyjpffer a three gaited Stallion he knows of Matt Cohea said he rep MIId and was gaited Very hiuch like the champion saddle hontk Star McDonald + I t8k owners of good mores to study his breeding gaits his in dividuality and soundness andicompare him to any other herseli fore Breeding elsewhere Your motto should be always breed to the Wet oy1jjina tea jreara Your post patronage as been appreciated aadaek fr a ee ttinuonce of same aa I believe I am offering a stalUon whhb his M superior in this or adjoining counties Noble Deaatark will ttthi S t At20 To Incite Livtcok l f J Montei Wbod t t IIII J erAllknown I will also stand the well known breeders JOftW isr I Monte Cristo b9and 1st dam by Mark D4aosd 15 Mos first dam by Edwin Forrest He iatiarfc hey AS basde tta MMa horse With plenty of bone and suhalance and sow his a afajawjl good mares and geldings in WaaKmgton cowity lasses jbej 1 will stand ny two mule Jacks at lOW iaewt a Hvjaw itMares bred to this ttock traded off ee bead s other saeek IImoney is due Mares pastured at 2OQ per month t B jBr LEA HMAN Sprmfielclac v LPz rw w1 cTii7 zt r DKG fi UdfOHr FIDENTDENTITTEETH V EXTRACTEDr t PAINII tUflIHapll Block Up stain sPRINGPliJLD KY All Dental Work StrictI f r Firstcl M Q ftfe J qt AWED Pkjsicia l a d Sirgeon- OMchours 8 am11 w f 112pxn1 j Offices over Htvydony irgstor t t iu Lampton MD LOftke II Opera Hwise OttIccrkeIItNe IRcsldcMce No 38 I l WFQ1tlGSBY JT RNEYATLAWr H8ceov r Peoples Bank r f NG1iIIELD KY erItDr H S W HYATT Office qWr Red Cross DruK stoVeV Office hours tiyattlO0 4 JfwV to 12 m 4ib 5 pm 4t JON Y MAYCSE- BAi uiKtCTOR tp1 7 JJHOL1CEHSEO EMBULMER- X TELEPHONE DAYI9 NQKTZ4Wi T SPRINGFIELD n Rl F TRUSTY PRACTICAL fENTISTOffice over Haydcrn Barberen Pental work reasonable prices li work guaranteed J J3ERINGFIELD KY e4 T7 ijjr tfRailroad Schedule C Following Is the time schedule now in effect on tie Barclstowi and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaved Louisville U11i T430rp nr Bardstown Junctiou t 522 pm Bardstown 6C6 p tDfi t arrives at Springfield 655 p mS vNo 42 Leaves Springfidld at f 600 a m Bardstown 645 a mr- Bardbtown Junction 730 idarives at Louisville 820 a inGNo 43 Leaves Louisville a 720 a m j Bardstown Junctipi 855 a m Bardstown 1005 a m ri ii 11 f 1fNp Springfield atfj i i00 m I1srd stow n 220 p m x BsirdBtown Junction 410 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p n Frnlt and Shade Trees tI k slrawberry Plantsa Asparagus Blackberries Rasp berries Roses Ruiibard etc Write for free catalogue We uveUoagens HP HillCDinejeriSoii J lfT Lexington Ky rJig MacK 7wm mak0 the season at myI t jilace 3 miles from Fredericks town Ky at J 8 ToInsurc a Living ColtI JETg Muck is by the late JA Sympsonsr Blacrf Spanish Jack and put of jeuuel6irtdby Rapier 1jack be by Go v Wood Lien rdatned 61 all colis to fs care payment of service fee v J WI WILLETT 2r rn1aEHobbs EXPERT StjienUfic Manual fTherapibu 7 listpr Massepse can be seen atIoffice first dwelling house north of i- lHty Wees4ays and Fridays Charge reasonable Best if Srefetezce Call tr tile for termS rPItNo 201IJ C W rllij 1 wtv u sisUU U8VQu riOO TOi O YINTh dampening Fr chftt and f Latest Intel et 1 All About Yourgeir FrltiicU and Acquaintance TOepleQ iYMM ii H Ii I Plow points made good as new iLK Marks Sons j FOR RENT Good cow pasture j S PjHats and auto veils at and be Idw cost at Wjithen Shaders For lumber coal cement etc see the old reliable firm W L Marks Sons All millinery below cost at Wathen Sbaders andfI re pairedwW K Marks Sons FOR SALE Good Jersey cow or Shorthorn cow BP Donelly t pba SALE Poland China Boars 4 GL Whorton F95RENTTWO nice rooms ovefrShader Mull leans groc g T L A Barns All millinery at and below cost MrsWiIliamsc Parties using stationary sprinkt ers must cut them out at once Springfield Water Light Co FOR sArlEOne milch cow Call bnH M Grundy at Grandy M latires The Alumnae of St Cather ines l ilon Tuesday afternoon June 18th All trimmed hats shirt waists and suits at and below cost A rare chance for bargainsfiMrs Williams LOST Ladies hand bag con ta ming four gold piap 3 small pins bas etterA in old English type Long pin the name Roxie graved and other small articles Miss Annie Osbourne Threshing machine for salI comparatively Dew x iiI fine shape will sell on onable terms Apply to Me TheAn inspector of plumbing will callon you next week to exam itein good condition it must ed P at once or your Water pply wilt be turned off SpringfieldWater LigbtCo The local Dramatic Club un r the direction of Miss Margie raham will present the playb The Elopement of Ellen at Campbellsviile tonight and tomorrow night at Greensburg heplay was rendered here a few weeks ago dnd was well received The three weeks term of the Circuit Court closed Saturday The case of the Commonwealth vs Nad Hardin on a charge of raise swearing was tried out Friday and resulted in a verdict of guilty The verdict was af terward set aside on a motion for new trial as the indictment was Jheld insufficient A difficulty took place at Tatt hum Springs a few days ago between Elvin Yaste and Jim Shultz It is charged that Yaste was disorderly and Shultz attempted to take him off the grounds and had taken him scrossvnen Yaste began shooting at hi iSbultz evidently beif Si in the old saying MA good rdfl is better than a bad stand It all he ran because he bad no airship Mass Convention Pursuant to a call of the District Committee of this Railroad District a mass convention was held Monday for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend tbe delegate convention which was held in Louisville yesterday Mr W B Budd was elected permanent chairman and W RI Selecinan Secretary A resolu tion was offered instructing the countys delegates to vote for John W Newman for Kail road Commissioner It was hen moved that the county give second instructions to Beard which carried St Catherines Alumnae As the flowers begin to bud in leafy June and the sweetbirdR carol their joyous song it sat this season that girls respond to the call from their Alma Master i I utijjLhjujj thejft Jtrt ut draperies with purple and g doldwaved a welcome to them show I i ofngtbersouvenir place card a hand l woinsart the product of that gifte- drtiSsterJosepbine 9 a Spalding ThY president unavoidably de t flamedPius a graduate of 134 presided ih a grace and vivacity all her own Mrs Oscar Walker the toastpiistress with that sweet ness andrepartee so natural with h werresponded to by Miss Marie B ofarberMrs Sally Hamilton the Olden Days Mrs Gertrdde Stoker B beooneLizzie Grimes Beyil Friends of our Youth The last toast wasAgiven in poem to tIle memory ofI M mrsM tirelegankjtmcheon was served in Aoursesful hospitality of the St Catha rineSiafcrs V thThetj the Alumnae lit 730 was one of the most attractive features of tthe meeting The interesting pBrograthdames Oscar Walker and Lum Abel It consisted of the follow ing numbers An address byI the Rev Father Sullivan that c la3ntainedbeauty and brilliancy Miss Marie Barber rendered an excel vocal selection showing the ne quality of her voice Miss Julia Goodin gave an ins trumen tal number in pleasing style Miss Hilda Gocdin a vocal selec- tiOn Mr C Kuhn of Nashville TCflfl an accomplished violinistf fs eaveplause Mrs Motch DurrettHyatt gave a Shakespearen reading in costume Mrs Hyatt is truly an artist and the graceful style shett presented the reading was very phasingto the cultured audi lJceI he following officers were elected for the ensuing year Mrs Jack Cbion Harrodsburg Presi deut Mrs iJickerson Danville t V aicePresIdentrett Wgginton Secretary Mrs Casey Danville Treasurer X HendrenScett Miss Sallie K Hendren andI Mr Oscar Scott were quietly married hpre last week Thef 3ride3V Nimrod Hendren and is one of the most popular young ladies of the Willisburg neighborhood while the groom is an industrious y 4oungpie have the best wishes of a host of friends lDied in Louisville The death of Mrs Ed Kelly Sr occurred at her home in Louisville on last Saturday after an illness of congestion of the l 1ungs1mj kqown here where she lived uu ttil a few years prior to her death Her maiden name wastt Sallie Hamilton and she was a daughter of the late Tom Ham 6fflOfl tation of her life here where she was highly esteemed by all whoj oknewhe was united in marriage to Mr Ed Kelly who with seven children suruives Interment was ins St Louis cemetery MondaydMrs Wtllie Parrott Missed Julia end Willie Parrott j a ParrotV cbara Kelly and Greg Edelen attendad the funeral Monday P Well Pleased Lawrenceburg June 12 101 1 Prof Geo W Colvin Princi 1palSpringfield Ky Dear Sirtn thename of the Anderson County High Sctibol I thank you and all of the good people of Springfield for your great kindness and to us during our stay in your midst We unanimously agree that Springfield can not be sur alpassedperfectly at home i We also desire to thank ill oJthe judges and especially those Cwho awarded so many medalsI and honors to the literary and athletic contestant of this school Very Bespeotfnlly MO W Kavanaugb IOISiennat nnaACremYI I Eighty Ninth Commencement June Thirteenth 1911I Last Tuesday was Commence rmeLl Day at Saint Catharine of Sienna Toe gcod Setters of Saint Dominic may ferlI happy under the smie of beuig i Provi ence who has crowred their noble efforls with the blessings unprecedentedsuccesduflng e past academic hundred and twenIY year ere enrolled duringyetyetOnet At an early hour wascrowded with yisitoVs The Jrst center of attraction was the Art Room where Sister Jost alljvisitorswith t of Ihosepainting elicited the admiration all visitors The 4allowing names of promising young ar tists could be found imong a 01 Jexquitt JSarahllis Prather Margaet Curb ings Elsa Edelin Mary Mat ngly Clara Sutherland Mary Louise Wagner Nellie Simms 1ma AbellqIn the department of needle work and embroidery th4 names at attractedspeoialattentlon- wer Jean Gbsmary Gladys Walker Margaret Edelin Mae Cczitt Roxie Price Pauline ucrkler Alice Timouy Carrie Dant Addie Willett Grace She I ban Magdalen Thompson JoseFphine Brewer Annrr earner lIiePrather Leona Suther nd Promptly at ten o clock the program commenced The spaMcious haW was crowdwith expectant visitors Stan mg room was at a premium The first number Charity by Rossini was surg ty all the pupils with inspirieffec Sister Perpetua the vocal teach r ddseyes great praise for thee excellent work of her pupils Their voices reveal a adgree of 0 curture that can only be imparted by a master artist The second number was given by the Orchestra und jr tho direction of Sister Le na The 1wo numbers render d by this Orchestra proved a revelation is to all music lovers ic t what ac- demy J pupils can ccomplish when directed by a tercher who is a master with every orchestral instrument The fcllowing young artists compcse the Or chertra 1st Violin Mary Currant Mae Cozatt Nellie S iuimsk rie Gocdin 2nd thiolinlotte Sims Evelyn Smith Mary P Majura Lucille Wejlman 1st Cornet Allie Prather Zelma o Mcllvoy 2nd Cornet Louise Barber Lenora Muir Cello Bl1s8tcatbarmeM Horn Louise Johnstpn Troll tone Myrtle Scbrje Flute Martina Davis Druin Lotona C order Piano gnes Mc Hugh Thelma Mooro After the sixth r umber the music program was diversffied by a short Drama en itied The Queen of Sbeba Sister De Sales director of tbe School ofPOratory must be congratulated both for the excellent work of her pupils and her h ippy selec iou of a drama th it teaches sublime lessons The Queen of Shelfi in search the one true God is gently led by grace and relation to the knowledge of the God of Isreal whom the P opbets r6 vealed as the Redeemer to die in tobediencerama inculcates loye obedience Mndsacralicethe cast of characters Solomon King of Isre lji Mae Cozatt rincess Sarah SIster Qf Solomon tMaryCurran Ladies of tjie Court sDinahMarah Louise Barber Deborah Zelma Mcllvoy Attendant IBe8iL Moughranerlafld Lybia Queen of ShebS 14Alice Timont Jeasonda Lady in wai9p SarhRe1CLadles of the Qourt Astraea Martaouise Wagner LoughranvAngel of Prophecy Nellie SImmCAngel of the Crucifbdo dLbKJ Members of Co irt Drill Bessie Smith Agnes McHugh Etea Edelen Margaret Bun eli Lois John ston Leonora Muir Carrie Goodin o Anna Kearney Myrtle Score The following t qmbers wer also rendered Euryaxthe5 Piano to Weber f Mary Curran ae CozattSAve Maria Vcca L Solo Buck Marie Louise jlYagner k I i t= r I I II ii I I II ProctOr Kott Challtauua t7 D f z INCORPORATED q I i 5 LEBANON KENTUCKY June 8t July 8 inebi t BealitirliGrOlDdSA 1 Ideal Spot For Camping and Outing G retIIUlralltt t1 I NOTE THE F LLOWI1NG PROAM j t MUSICAL Daily Bae Ball Garnet f1 2 Musical Four The Strollers LaBarge Musical Co La Monts Concert Band A series pi base ball games has been j riange bejwiH LECTURES teams representing nearby towns There Will be fcjtiaif 1 eath day with two games rtof July 4tb Thw fitrU IGov Robert B Glenn Father Travers Senator Gore of Oklahoma Hone L B Stringer Dr J A Steel Miss Marystand will be a4equato to accommodate the spectators taIt jr l W Agnes Doyle Dr L E York and many othersthe games will be more interesting than everbeforev 1ii rri Grand Fire Works on the Night of July 4th1 i This will be a most spectacularl exhibition and ttiirfattractton alone will be worth the price of a seasoni ticket j1 II-SEASON TICKETSAdults V225 Children 125 Single AdmiMoi 35c J r1 Address formformationW O DILL reli n niKy Old Kentucky Home Fischer Comet Solo Orchestral AccompanimentS Allie Prather e veuz vivre dana ce reve Gounod Vocal Solo ICharlotteRose Buds J Chorus Gelbel Juniors Za tPianoMargaretd is my Guide Chorus Schubert Award of Honors Very Reveraud C C McGon agle O P awarded the honors of the Academy to nine Gradu ates and five Sub Graduates The graduates are Miss Mary Elizabeth Curran Miss Alice ox Timony Miss Esther Mae Cozatt Commercial Graduates Miss Mary Louise Wag r Miss Ca harine Longhran M JaryMurphy rSubMae Prtther Miss Louise BarI be trA si ei vIcHugh and Miss Bessie mith The Roy PajtLer J E Kernan P coecluded the exercises with an eloquent address to the graduates PEfltliiONAL jdis Lettie Smith of Lebanon the guest of her brother W Smith Mrs Pitts Dod ick of Louis ville is the guest of her niece Mrs John Tobin Miss Lizzie Bosley of Cali fo rnie is the guest of herbroth er Mr C F Bosley Mr Wright of WinchestT is e guest of his sister Mrs W Merritt Hon Ben Spalding of Leban n was here Saturday Mrs Randolph of Oklahoma who was formerly MJsq Lvdiu McElroy of this place is the guest of her parents Miss Louise Medly ol owens boro is the guest of friends here Miss May belle Ross of Loui ville is the guest of 14rs Wit lard Thompson Mr Wm Medley of Owens boro ia Here this weekaMrs H P McQhord and son hil of Indiana are the guests of friends nere Mr L B Cain and Misses Mattie McGill Sadie Parrott and Bessie Campbell were in Lebanon Thurslay Mr and Mrs Wathen Simms have eturnex from their bridal trip Miss Eulah Wathen returned her home Monday Mr and Mrs J t Barber len onday for Washington Old Point Comforfond other points Miss Marie Barber will leave this week to attend the corn mencement exercises at Wiscon on University Misses Jessie Rubel aud Mattie VanMeter have returned toI ebanon after ivisit to Miss argaret Simmsr MIss Virginia Watben has re home from school at St- atharines Mr Bonnie Wathen has ac cept d a position with Mr Isaac urry the grooeryman mud WillIi eglaI to have his friends qalloi him when in need ofgroceries Mrs J S Hays and children f Maple Hill visited relatives and attended the tournamentI pore last week MtndMrs SJ Moran at ended church at Mt Ziou laft unday Mr and Mrs 8 aBishopI or i Mr and Mrs S J Moran attended the funeral of their uncle am Bonta at Perry ville Sunday Judge JY E Selecnnn is very ill at his home Mrs 0 B Nclntire and children have returned froma trip Meade county Mr J IrvineWimsattand Wirel and Mrs JS Clements Hih Bridge yesterday Mr and Mrs C H Phaup left Sunday for their home at Richmond Virginia after Mrii several months here where asboJe1Ifor the J P TaylorTobiccoCo Miss Roe Montgomery ia vlsi ting Miss Mabel Tnompsonl Mr and Mrs Joe Pettus andII j t t e ClnaG VirginiatGoodloet relaVveo at Danville IMIss Sarah Barber of Bards ttown iin visiting the family other uncle M r J L Barber Mrs J H Hopperentertaincl miscellaneoosIl son IMisses Della Ray Gregory andI Margaret Reed are attending tbe commencement at Nazareth today Miss Ada Shuck of Kansas City Mo who is visiting in Lebanon and Miss Mollie Harris off Lebanon were here Sunday Dr Bateman and son Roy of Bradfordsville were here Wed nesbay Mr Alex Blaadfprd of Lonis vilie is visiting relations and friends here Mrs Fanny Durham of Campbellsviile is the gD slOf her son J R Durham Messrs John I McBlroy W D Claybrooke L B Cain C D Robertson Jas McClure Rue Poster J Ab Boulware L O McCarty attended the Bankers Association in Birdstown yester day ohn S McElroy will arrive home todav from CentralIUnl versity Mr and Mrs L H Thurman tnI Mr and Mrs ECardin who are visiting here from California are in Lexington today Miss Craigof Carrotltown Ey who has been visiting her sister Mrs W E Grume left for her home today Mrs Wigginton of Fairfield is visiting her parent Mr and Mrs J R Dutfett Mr Tandy Qnisenberry man agent of the Planters Tobacco Warehouse wag here Tuesday Mr Wallace Duncan len thi week to accept a position i IChicago Ill Midnight in the Ozarks and yet sleepless Hiram crantpn of Clay City coughed and coughe He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors who sain he had con sumption but found no help in the climate and started home Hearing of Dr Kings New Discovery he be Ian to use itIII believe it saved my life he writes for it made a new- man eut of ms aothat I can now- goofriork do again For alll lung dls easca coughs cplds lagripp asthma croup whooptdfir cpugli hay fever bvmorxhsges hoarseness or quiDf Its the best ownrimdr Price 6Qo and tl oa Trial bottfe free Guaranteed by HaydonxS Rob artson The price of flour md 1risd falibut w gsrane the qual- iotWlllteRoaand Ben J6bnoM to nsyer ftirorfail Our jif ottot quality first1 quancoeff- i iiii taiI fb9oETheI 1 yHr t I Ji Attention to whereby you CILM save zoey a 4athe same time get retiabl god v our I CalLandeour tltlSee Blue Perfection y I i LI1tLaciI r Oil stoiUZ I AnewIotftf DIAMONDI EDGE IWater Colors l azors par pi ices on 5oir O 1111Ge a d0X Freeizft jit I r Plumbing I J r 0t IJ Call and tee i us whtH in towa II SHULTZ jOLEltE tJp e Itrn r tr it aif II rJ l 1 If yoill- GoodI 1 Tai 98 JfI1I ICon rito owr attrc ecthe appctizi f cakso p i TkylIMk PodaMeI t IIThey a Will 1akii I Hungry 1 lt f 1 and if you take Knot bIIIIie tk faiwly WiI4Iyou Everythinfro LowMyk Cfcc VNf salinic NS ii thSLkLKWItS1SSwell made amt yerfecity dcis I Giveus atILU II FITZGERALD ijtij D Hit h j i Before or After theJjiT iiii When dpo you wit die ri ktiioqcf J ofapolicy RetIenbera- i 1 ir f3 policy cii not bechanf r Rafter theffc ar iBut before thflrcQatt no extra ceeU iiliiiitlL an iimurance cOmpany wKe e recerd atoil i ilJii I 1 Will guarantee tyou de fnlfilhu eljtejtf jiI have only co fcniti tkat are eft Imai fc i fact one has bcHtaPy iii huairtii fwr M Years k t J 1 See 1IIe let mebct 3 Iv yfirei t It Davt Li I iiii 21 j rK I JfJ t- flm t r r r= t tojtt Alabaster T1JiII Hand J k WM kfavryLekro s Mistake Ir iMttiat AseaJAL ilt wac a ifftfet juiii lil itm ayi it truth away a1M gUtting theeJMlbme iHMrgJMlr upt411 tuB i 1 Ieg Wcka yeMei4el NtW e14 1Mh1 14 brick 1wINui1tS ai frttMtfottf faced IMiea t W cIt 1ink vaseet Mtto rthtgeet nt te hfe apart aiM M UM dideheteii whfck held ieaett exclwtT iy from the ave tt JMM where tntlM MUM aNte and t tetew the grow awl Metric cars r J hkve ea tike aejrlece between the vtwe to thV iMrticiItr might JcJea traverse th street wRit aB cu tom I H haete The rala fellI with Jatlnr I tV atieJrhuM Th drppi l a akv BmbreUji aM pattered i macktItM d est item paier ih aml9reila Jo stake A jwrvey of hte urro adlngs Iu eed occaaioa MI saw It and gpftA jfcft te fete tracks to etare up- ii pariec window fI iIek knd eari oa1sId e M4L reed ti oVM4 o- ftj brows aIaltMter lludl 1btte the CMTM of isis iasi itNi IM had rik come 4IM thQ rk o feI1e ToreI- iIIL1 S aiif ee pretXy hands weao ptre wliUe awl others were taiifil with SWMKC nkIM but I 3aQrer bRd he sees a womans hand iwt arifcbtl be Jlkeafd to the alabaster i M hk JiQvel r diagdays 4whisw1t It was white aa snow or marble or thslabssirof his novels perfect in ika fwHh wall angers tapering to rJOlIt For an Instant he saw the wee iaaM then the womans other abss4u lifted altc the shade was 5 wit the aMI of the window fJI Fjpc the Jlrat tint since he had pans dv before the window Braddock t5IM4 aware that te was violating all the lilies of politeness ever before t Lad be stared lutoa window in this teanner and now be turned hastily vndreswffled bis way through the pelt f1nar rain with singled shame and cu VrIOMti 1 Toe recollection of the white hand r he bad seen Impreased him strangely jrjthad looked so Jead white so lifeless tI j ao rigid aK romnared to the careless grac af lthe womans other arm as she reiched up to pull down the shade 1y H1 RInd pictured a dozen situations I L thfirTteigbt account for the peculiar i whltwieiii of the band The one which e fovMT mtat favor wltli him was that tlje beautiful hand Was paralyzed ceo qaite bloodless Wha kl arrived at hIs hotel he dls Bateftid ji tbject from his mlad and WMtfaixSat bJ r evening ig9gem nt wlliMkcaetoiBary Vigorous Interest Kvecy sight as he passed through 4thltye Involuntarily terM toward Ute block where stood the hOMt that Interested him It was S0S time before he coald locate the UIt W ve i4a rneTe Whsrihe nejloir lighting of the room mr thetiffare tof the woman who had itfetetkat be might pope to reef SgIise the place once mom f t Then cane another evenIng when he wai s umtrlBt homeward with a pleas v aiKaBtlcl potion of the excellent dinner kVthat would await nls arrival home there flashed on his view the aavie pic 1 tarethat be badt teeD once before on y that kiy sightl The same woman std there holding back the rose ored cBirtaifis with that dead white t Quce zore Lucien Braddock paused sad dalLtlHtplcture This tIiigued at the womatfi head Vfrasfled In Its mist of dark hair Her- t face was in shadow but be fancied that the Bwtbe beautiful and as she did tUt from her position nor vBuike flY attempt to pull down the shcdfe he was suddenly smitten with i a cae of Ma owaVudehees And with Vfaa uvelQaUry removal ofttt hat be jpMonow t was that A low amused ta Ch broke the silence of the street y lJe stepped and looked around He sworn that the laugh came tJ bUIO of the house The JJJlMlIIMve was aligbtiy ajaranll IIJIS Pe J a red light uron the sidewalk With a vihtajcOfttUltabouIdera and an un cosifortable feollnsbe went on He r rMelTed thft he would not let curlosl tyajfal epipt bjm down the length of JJt4lik itreeh Up would walk one more blocknirf traverse another street Weeks wo4 end Braddock had quite forgotten the incident of the wo BuslbJ i ness slabs ot uusual Jnportance e JrHpJ d his Attention to the exclusion ef uaaaeaeBtD aad be fouo4Jlfe filled t totteWM with adios f Wnjea tthe htfala was removed on the eveaJRj tttberery day on which bl1h had won tire case which was to J him famous among lawyers he rode h o e on tbtt ejectrlc car and from force f habit dropped off at the cor f aer of Blank street We haft irfke half its length when he was conacloor of some disturbance in one of Jtbe staid red brick dwellings ibright jlgbt flickered against the windows aid a aaldiervant stood on rtfce porci reaI1R hysterically iLvcwii IMC tne irraaobn at ti Ita rad 1sapU vp tbevtepa and Into tiwlMMiee etUte woman with the ala Wefer kMHL jfat BOW be caaght acHMet of her In her cnstoaary at tviC iraoerall segllgace leanltr da 4rr 1Ir iiv1 jt sdraperies while toe wQlte lace curtains I1IeI 9ickHH that a woman had come swiftly 40WB the stain and was following closely behind him The mom Was unoccupied tare for thatitraBsely unconscious nD In the window Luclea never forgot the quiet nance of the room with Its rich rap and tapestried walls Its air of hojBellke comfort It took but an Instant to tear down the lice draperies and to trample them under foot Then be was free to take the form of the lady of the alabaster hand In his arms and carry her to a place of safety Good heavens madam he breath ed lumber ear as be attempted to draw her away from the window But she was strangely rigid in his arms and he felt a little thrill of hcfrrpr In the discovery that she was quite cold In deed the little white hand that fell coldly upon his was like thjs lemma of alabaster or Its slster marble A low delJclouH trill of laughter broke his momentary hesitation It did not come rom the lady In his arms but from the girl who had followed him into the room II He turned and looked at her She iras amall and slight with a pale face b1jlthsoftest brown She wore the most charming gown of brown jpelvet that Bwtehed her eyes exactly She was dimpling with laughter when he turn ectand she tried to stiffen her fea tare Into solemnity as their eyes met I hope you will pardon mefl am so sorryC she faltered You have been so very kind and brave to put out the fire but If yubad not sold madam It would not seem so funny Oh denrr Again she rippled Into laughter Iu len looked down at the form he wax holding so stltfly in his arms ills eyes widened with amazement and a sheepish grin overspread his lady of the alabaster hand star ed nnwlnkingly him from beautiful eyes fringed with long lashes Her beautifully arranged dark hair was drawn away from a waxen broyex a waxen face of pink nnd white per fection The shimmering fabric of her handsome powqfel limply away from her And the laces of her sleeve cxjwjBed a waxen arm and the perfect alabaster hand f Gently Lucien Braddock stood the wax figure upright Thy lovely ala baster white hands were held stiffly before her She was very beautiful but she was mOde of waxi UI am so sorry repeated the girl as Lucien faced about Tm not be w d after quick glance at her fare Its one oh me ffaosgh ErI wonder If you would mind telling Ine why she was standing there in the window T must explain said the girl with pretty dignity You see I live with my cousin Jeanne Goulard1 She mar ried M Goulard of Paris and after he died she found she was quite poor So she came back to New Ybrk with the loveliest Ideas about clot 1and open ed dressmaking parlors in this bouse That Lqflii You have mistaken the model In one of the front windows or aa perKont ajr very grate rul to you forypur liravedeed tonight air You may smile butt the waxen nocl jl is very Valuable and the gown also Lucien laughed heartily Qti his own- dbuonttttre und the girl joined him with that low contralto laugh which lit had heard onrebefore- I wonder If you would mind telling me something be Ventured Whntlsitr Do you recollect standing in theI vestibule of your house several weeks ago and seeing a man taking off blI bat to your nJodel T asked Lucien Yes Indeed Pardon ne but It was jpp funny This time Lucien joined ber In the laugh and the sound of their mirth brought Mine Goulard below Stein After the whole matter had been ex plumed to her Mme Goulard Intro duced her pretty coufrtn as Miss Ethel Wyndsell and Lucien Recollected a adbeenl was EthelA brother Lucien was In Ivlfed to dine wjtb them and Mme Q9 lard Insisted that his vIIIa via mIght be the lovely model with the alabaster bond Then Lucien told his story and re ated how he had looked from udder nls umbrella that ramy night to discover the alabaster hand holding back the curtain poSeIngadmired the hands of that model quite a1 much dldalr I suppose It was her own arm that reached up and pulled down the sbadejI shall always have the friendliest feeling for the wax lady said Lucien earnestly as he bade jhem good night Months afterward when certain matter of Importance bad to be settled between Ethel and himself be proteSt- ed that her own small hand with its shell pink palm and the diamond glis tenIn gOD the third finger was the fairest thing In the world JAh but IIf it bad ho been for the lady with the alabaster hand you would never have met me she re proached him True1 he agreed Lets have the lady for your bridesmaid Townt1 as you Illalit Is why do there happen to be so doctors signs In evidence They are nearly all the signs of eye doctors The people are so health tere that they stay up nights enjoying seestjhicago F Bach huclef or f tans of the body is a link lathe Cham of LIVERlWGS- Life A cbaia w ao atreaer thak its weakest lialr the bedr sIsm itsIff ia8lJiM qia4i rt ur tiMe Oftea this sesailed wsakss Is sassid by Isakc4avritioa the resrd otWuH dlese41 tilecfdijettioaaad sairjtio Diseases sad the st sad its Hied eraas are wH hr tN see efDr k iiMeesMl Dts IeWr Whq the week o ejseasesl stesa ach fa Ii tI ei s sn r riBi k X rtmote fM the IIoIHdiWtWd4p iia nU IB jjjfm ctie s e seh sa- dThrt t St = sad BMitieiit MB cured also 1 afro4 af Mh SIIllJ Ir + l isylr PSf saCssMdiasL4Uieiqmr BdSiri PStfrN I t epm psy W afr Ssd jJ theSppereovpreor 3l tcItb iol 5 AMrSSDr1VPiVsaIONY H POLICE OF GERMANY Privnoy of the Horns Ne Bar to TheIr Farreaehinf Authority bTo a forelpnef no feature of German life la more striking than the prom nence and almost unlimited authority of the police MaUl of Its functions are fivifb ax in the United States would 1tat1Whatthe greaterpart of these functions theIjxerclsed quite Independently of local GOnnnilent The minuteness and thoroughness Of tie work of the German police are a constant surprise to the foreigner The policeman not only preserves order In the streets but exercises a fnrreacbV lag authority In private bouses For Instance he undertakes the nightly locking of ones street door ata suffi ciently early hour He sees that one has his chimney regularly cleaned He Inspects at stated times ones stoves and beating apparatus and while be Is about It he will look Into a few other matters of domestic economy One feature of nls activity strikes a good many American visitors with fa vor In some places singing and piano playing with open windows are for- bIdden and it Is a common tiquse reg ulation In large towns that no pianos may be played after 10 oclock In the evening The German policeman Is also something of a food inspector In sway and be keeps sharp eye on Tenders of food and of medicines It Is not an uncommon sight to see a German policeman halt a mUkmanfa wagon and on the spot make an Inspection of bis wares Should there prove tt be anything wrong wltbtbem they are promptly seized and destroyed and the matter U Immediately taken IB hand by the higher authorities Nttr York Press A BATHLESS AGE for a Thousand Years the People of Europe Went Unwashed Wihem Egypt Greece and Rome were at the height of their ancient powe their citizens made bathing a social function a municipal duty rfnd a re liglojis observance The public baths of these nations were magnificent ar ihltecturally and taportant as centers of hygienic and municipal sentiment With the decadence of these coun tries the world seems to have reverted to a period of mental sloth and pbysi ral uncleanliness u an authority on the matter puts it For LOGO yean there was not a man or woman In Europe thatevert- ook a fbath If the historian of these times MicUelet Is to be believed The ancient love of the bath seemed to have disappeared from ort the land There was no Greece or Rome tb bold up the ensign of cleanliness to the nations of Europe Small wonder that the people of the continent came physical decadents as Indeed tucy were in spite of tradition to the contrary It is not strange that there came jhe qwful epidemics that eel ort one fourth of the population of Europe the spotted plague the black death the sweating sickness and the terrible mental epidemics that followed in their train the dacclng mania the mewing mania and the biting mania The bath ras banished and filth cat almost deified Indeed It wa4 then thought that the sanctification of tile body was only accomplished when that body was indescribably dirty Phynical Culture isiandorsiack Cat4The Island of Black Cats K a name often applied to Chatham Wand one of the Galapagos It Is In the Pacific ocean about 780 miles west of the coast of Ecuador It te overrun with black cats and cote of nb other color are seen there These animals live ht the crevices of the lava foundation near the coast and subsist by catching fluh end crabs instead of rats and mice Other animals found on this island era borsts cattle dogs goats and chickens allot wjilch am perfectly wlW Quality In Cattle High class animals always have the most quality Jtls shown In a fine silky coat of haLt In a mellow elastic skin and In fine bones and neat Joints There Is lots of difference In the coat of hair One cow may have hair that Is flue rind soft and thick There Is a very fiqe and close undercoat and then longer coarser hair Such halr is a great protection In winter TDther ant mals cud they are the most common have coarser long hair Their bones are also likely to be big and coarse Whenan animal has plenty of quality you can easily take the skin In the hand between thumb and fingers and pull it out from the side of the body It will be mellow and roll up somewhat In the band If the cow lacks quality her skin will be thick tight and not easily taken In the hand Fine quality as seen In the hair skin and bone means with the beef actual that When killed there will be much less waite of the carcass than if the con dition show lack of qunflty So also the dairy cow with plenty of quality U a better producer of milk than it the quality is lacklng C S Plumb Ohio Feeding Dairy Cows Of the mistakes made in feeding dairy cattle perhaps the one of wider feeding Is the more common It Is very serious mistake to feed a cow only that required to keep her body and then not Iced her enough In add tlon to produce what milk she can II n cow declines In weight while giving Ilngsuutelentenough will ducentllk for a time at the expense of her body that is she will take the surplus flesh from herbody anti convert It into milk and thereby will lose in live weight Onj the other baud when a cow Is being overfed It may be detected in a abort- time by thofact that she will put on flesh This condition may bo corrected by giving her only the amount sin productlonI weightCLTha Terms of Exchang We wish Jto arnmt for an ex change of prisoners announced tin South American dictator On what basis Inquired the leader of thl other side The usual basfs eight generals fot a good husky prIvafe LdiiIsvllle CaurlezJournalS TSandyT In do bungalow took quito a fancy to me He tOkmo around to de stable show ed de 5000 buITdojf be hail just bought and naked me If could beat It Gritty GeorgeAnd what did you MI- 14y I Plkes Kuttln I jUst teat It IIO t VERY BUSINESS MflIN of conducting all business details bJ1 Jondist It Is ODorrym rRcoguizestUre1mportance telephone service Can behad eJephone Telegraph Com to all Important points in the United States rates mat nabe service thebest- CU IBERLANDl CELE HONEikTEEEGRAPH COMPANY J Incorporated I P THE GOOD OLD DAYS Even the Worlds Most Undent 3oek Lament That They ave Fled A priceless man scrh1 ot eighteen pages found in an Eg ptian monu ment and published inJ facsimile Ini th 1toProcured at Thebes by Prisse 1Avennes and presentLbY him the national library at Tarts it toI usually called tbe rat tU5 Prlsse from the name of thetionor As the manuscript was foufid it a monument of the eleventh dyn sty t must bean terior to the shepherd kings and there fqce Older by many centuries than the time of MosesHDldler e en than the date usually assigned to Abraham und so of all existing b x ks it would be the most ancient he words of every page though believed to have been written 4000 year ago are in tensely black to this day and In a bold round band By a curious Irony this etehb from the very childhood of jthe world ments the good old times that had passed away The autbir who was a prince of the royal blodl gives warn leg to the young and declares that the words of ancient wisdoi4 should be thft dolly food of children a id grown men alike Humility and obedience he bakes to be the foundation of all vir tue Christian Science Monitor PATTI STOOl PAT The Diva Wouldnt Cu Her Rates but Suggested an Alternative Patti once was waited upon at her hotel by a famous miistrel magnate Colonel J H Haverly Whose ambltiba bad been aroused to lecure the diva for a concert tour und tr his dlrectjgn Madame received him fnqst graciously and the two began dljusslng the tails May I ask your erms for fifty nights Mme PattiT Eaverly asked For concert or for opera the diva askedFor concert Have ly replied Four thousand anlht or 200000 for fifty nights onehi If to be depos- Ited on signing the contract was Pattls deliberate resp rise Haverly tried to uj pear composed but It was too much an effoVt Two hundred tbo tend for fifty nights Heavens in dames that is Just four tfmes as mu h as we pay our president of the United States be cried Well the divine one answered why dont you get he president to sing for you- Haverly fled Robe t Grau In MU slcal America Seeing IsDcubtlng Seeing Is bellevlqt eb said an oculist Well na su r was ever more absurd than that Ym see a horses bead and a flour barrel and you bel- Ieve the barrel Is onger than the horses heed dont yoi Well it Isnt The horses head froil the tips of his ears to the end of b s nose is longer than the barrel 4 y a considerable distance Architects have to deceive the eye In order to make it appear thap their buildings ire symmetrical They make walls lein in that they may appear vertical They make win dows wider at the p They make columns thicker in be middle than at the summit or bpse And the top lines of a building in order to appear plumb to the silly eyi of man must be raised up quite a lot n the center Seeing is belled g indeedlCi clnnatl Enquirer A REAL POISON PERIL Vnomoithe Mot Deadly Creature L This Country One venomous creature there Is b this country which may justly be termed a public peili In the wildest sense Proportionately to population more victims fall ttc It yearly In the United Stats that tothe dreaded AmertcansThree hundred th usaoo mOre are made seriously ill f rtim the after ef fects Unfortunatel the virus works ao slowly that alar d is stilled The victims do not sllk n at once The bite Is forgotten bu ten days or two weeks after the subject falls Into a fever His blood Ili poisoned within him Eventually In extreme cases be becomes delirious s iccumbs to a stu per and dies Yet because there is nothing borrlfli to the sensation lov ng Imagination iu the mafarla bearing mosquito public Inertia or Ignbruncy tolerates It with s grin and permits it to breed in city and country alike throughout the length and bread i of the nation Compared with It ai a real menace all the combined brood of snakes scorpions centipedes tarantulas and otbes pet bugaboos of ort childish romantl clsm are utterly ne llelble are us fljf meet to rpallty a shadow to sub stance It is perun characteristic ot our wryly humor is American tern perament that wc Should have Invest etl the unlmportan danger with lall the shuddering at rlbutcs of horror stud have made oftt real peril a Jokn- laughtetIrybodys Magazine The Dimmer Drummers seldoh pray much pay their bllla usually bate shams dodge touches have warn hearts quick wits ouch nerve and me re courage but are born scorers They have good mete ories much humor and a fund of stories limited only by time They can prqacn a se ontepiln prayer tlme a horse race umpire a ball game make a stump speech and have on ojiinloa upon every known 8ubJect tromp ze fights toitbe nebulr1iypothesiaCumL- nerclal Travelers Magazine FlFnhSsi When my wife makes np ber mind aid Mr Meekton there is no ae ol arguing with berl But every womn changes her ophi on sometimes IYesAnd Hen etta is particularly resolute when she makes up ber mind 4to change ber op alon Washington GOETHE ON HAMLET The Great German lots Analysis ef the Melancholy Dane J figure jto yourself this youth tola Ion of princes conceive him vividly bring his state before your eyes ned then observe him when be learns that his fathers spirit walks Stand be nlgbtIform he sees It beckon to him be fol lows It and heart The tearful accu entice of his uncle rings In his ears the summons to revenge apd the plerct lngr oft repeated prayer Remember mel 4nd when the ghost has vanlifyed who is It that stands before A young hero panting for vengeance No Trouble and astonishment tike hold cf the solitary young man Ho grows bitter against smiling villains swears that he will not forget the spirit and concludes with the yignjfl ant ejoculatlonSThe time la out of Joint b cursed spite That ever I was born to set It right In these words I Imagine win lfound the key to Hamlets whole pro cedure To me It is clear that ShiiL ppeare meant In be present case to represent the erects of a great tie lion laid pon the soul unfit for tb performance of in this view tbi whole niece seems to be composed There Is an oak tree planted In a cost ly Jar which should have borne t nlj pleasant flowers in its bosom the roots expand the Jar la shivered Srora Wllhelm Ie1ster SACKING A THEATER 1 Tabulations of the Drama In Nev York In 1765 Here Is au account of the sacking a theater In New York from the Ga zette of May 3 1705 The play advertised to be acted last Monday evening having given offense to sundry nod divert Inhabitants of this city who thought It highly Im proper that suCh entertainments should be exhibited at this time of public dis peo1pietempted to neglect their business and squander that money which In neces sary to the payment of their debts and the support of their families a rumor was spread about the town that If the play went on the audience would meet with some disturbance frpm the multi tude This prevented the greatest part orI those who Intended to have been there from going However many people came and the play was begun but soon interrupted by the multitude who burst open the doors and entered with noise and tumult The audience caped In the yest manner they e8I Many lost their hats and otherarticles of raiment A boy had his skull true tnred and was yesterday trepanned Death Is his Several others were sorely set upon and Injured But we heard of no lives lost The multitude Immediately demolished Jhe house car tied the pieces to the common where they consumed them in a bonfire Logic of the LandIA specimen of ruxtic reasoning which Is too good to lose is recorded In Mr B L Gales StudlHgArvady A barber be says was tilling me with peat gusto bow be had refuted an atheist I inquired what arguments he had employed II asked the atheist said the bar ber what portion of the Scriptures he based his Ideas upon What did he say to tbutT Never a word- The defeat tad been crushing and final Not Her Kind Have you henrd asked Mrs Old castle that Grace Mon yloTO has mar red an obtogenarfhn IMercyenkeli r exclaimed Mrs lust rirbata tat soI Well be may he nil right Dot want to tell you Ive never seen a man wjio wouldnt eat meat that Id live wNhtidn Not to Blame LadyBut this fish Isnt fresh Fish monger And whose fault hnt offered it toyou at the beginning of the week and you wouldnt leave it then London Telegraph The mind ought sometimes to tx amused that it may the better return to thought and to Itself WMM M III B In in M liNnM by111i1t1 iri Uttfv TmHL I Kidney trouble preys upon thcmino discouragesand lessens ambition beauty r LlJvigor and cheerful tIa = ness soon disappear t when the kidneys are cTh4M out of order or dis 1JIWL easedKidneytroublehae 3W1 f 1entthat 4 Vmonforachildtobe teak kidneys lithe child urinates too often ifthe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches on age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting dependupon it the cause of the dim cult iis kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of Thisnnpleasanttrouble f the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men ore made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThe5wasp Root is soon realized It issold by druggists in fifty ctnt and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle by mall free also a pamphlet telling all Lshout SwampRoot including wany of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers whp found SwampRoot to be7 just the xnmerkCoaDYDttakeadiftWIiDlJauaW IPRANKS OF CUPID Celebrated M nMarried tDomestld Servants Many celebrated men have married He1UJParkesIs an example One night when d nuig bythel waited upon the table and persUaded his host to allow her to inter big em ploy This she did and for a short time held the position of cook In Sir Henrys household Then be made brBady Parkes But more Illustrious than this ls tin case 4 t Peter the Qreat One day was dining at the house of Prince Men shlkoff He noticed one of the servant maids particularly and though she was not handsome she caught his fan cy Her name the prince told the czar was Martha She bad been a servant In the house of a Lutheran minister 6f Matie burg and when that city was captured by the froppa of Russia she had been taken prisoner badjtssedhershe was The count politely made a present of her to the czar who vOn tually marriedber William Cobb U the great writer when be was only xrrntyone years of age one mornldg chanced to aetej box om servant girl busily engaged In washing the family linen The girt was prettylo Cobbett spoke to her learned evepfngdaughterTheyoung wan that they had qp objections to him as their soninlaw but that he would have to walt until their agoFiveearly llove married her A WEIRD INCIDENT Chopins Funeral MarcKWas Inspired by aSkelston Late one suraineriu afternoon Zlem Chopin and I Mt Balking lasaidII studio In one corner of tQlI stood a piano and In Another the plete1 skeleton of nine with a white tloth thrown ghostlike IargtII noticed that now and again mylonowiedgethoughts were tar away from me bbjhis surroundings More than that I j knew that he was composing Presently he rose from his seat out a word walked over to the wltbIton and removed tbe clOth He carried it to the piano anti himself took the hideous pbject upon death hikneega strange picture of life nail 1 round111ImselthtItd play There vns no hesitation the slow measured flow of which he and the xkeletou conjured up As the musk swelled in a louder strain I closed my eyes for there was something weird In that picture of man and skeleton seated at the piano Vjltb the shadowy of evening deepen lag around them and the ever swelling and over spftenln music filling the AirI Itenct luIup the piano chair was empty and the floor lay Chopins ODI form and beside Men smashed all pieces was the skeleton l prized much TOe great r uipiiscr had d but flM march cats found ajj No Tim For Little Boy An Edinburgh gentleman died the 0th rday and a small buy open eyed taut silent watched while the collie was placed In the hearse nave you said your prayers WU iler said his mother after tucking him Into bed that night No mamma said Willie Well soy them now Im not going to say any prayers tonight t replied Willie with the aIr of one who had tully made up nil mind But you must fNo not tonight Willie persistMJ Why notl1 asked the mother In uItonishment Its no use aali Willie They will be so busy in heaven tonight un packing Mr Jones that they will have oo time to listen to the prayers pflltr tie boys Edinburgh Dispatch The Cynic Cynlca was the name applied to scbool of philosophers founded by An tlstbenes a pupil of Socrates The main tenet of the extreme cynics was tbcivilization Is a curse and true happiness can be obtained only by gratifying the most primary physical appetites which man has In common with brutes The general attitude of the cynics as distinguished front that if the Btolcs who regarded everything Itn lbs external world with Indiffer ence was one of contempt They were not an Important philosophical school numerically but attracted attention largely by their eccentricities and IntO lence On ntcnnm of their cpntetnpt- or reflncmtnt tfieir nanle rdme subse I quently to be inpitlled to any one takes a mean view of human lifeho1 New York Atiierliuti Didnt Cur For Him Little EleannrV mother n98o American while leer father sag a Oar man Due day JItter Eleanor bad been su jetted to rather severe disciplinary measures ut the linndit of her fattier the called her mother kilo another lgUIIJc1DUYnndlI youflIMr Giaditoie u torf How tnauy numbers of this hoiiHej asked Mr Gladstone once in the couie of a debate tm electoral quallficatlQns can divide 1330 lit Gd by L2 13s edr j Six hundred DUll fiftyeight shouv ed one member The thing cannot bo doze exclaim ed another A roar of laughter greeted this last remark But It was true nevertheless You cannot multiply or divide money by money You may repeat a smaller sum of money us many times us It to cpntalned 1Ua larger sum of money but that Is n very different thing if you repeat 5 shillings as often as thete are hairs In it horses taU you do not multiply 6 anllllnga by a horses tuft Perhaps you did not know this before Never mind you need not be ashamed of your Ignorance for it was shared as bas been demonstrated by the satire aousef of oommoBS bar one mean ber Including the then chancelior ii the exchequer Children Cry for Fletchers CASTOR iA j TJie Kind You Have Always Bought nd wbidi bs bea in use for over 30 years has home the sJcBat1lreel has been made writer his er Mrand supervision slace Its Imfaicy deceIveyo1tk1aAll iL Experiments that trine with and endanger the bealtk of t Infants find ChildrenrExperleHce against ExperiBMmt CASTOplACastoiia gorip Drops and Soothing SyrupsJtls PleasatV Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other liareette substance Its age is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness Jt cures Dlarrhioea and Wlwl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConstlpatiOiu and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowelsgivlng healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend s GENUINE QASTOR1A wAys tBears the Signature of vt tt n 3 1 r ft The Kind You Have Always uiktlIIn Use For Over 30 YursSecNTAun srrncrr enir Ti i 1 I I II 4 I I IIFor Public Service Season At I Q Thurmans Farm SprlnineW Ky 1DBIII vV rrBourbons nest 1495 III Qiestiit I54Hanlst oaIeI9O4 r t By MontgomeryChiefdtcrbonI Idam Judy Oliver1 6407 by Red Cloud 2197 II1st dam by Wilsons King 2196 dam by aims Clark Chief 2575 dais by LeGrand 746 any one claiming to know anything about saddle horse readily admit that there is no better bred horse that in or out of Kentucky He iAa young horse and IICertainly hence the future alone can tell what be will uor Ishow rlngiOr in the stud We are breeding valuable hand expect togive him everyopportunity to make good breed UP to his promise well find I it out quickly and I 1rt 1 IIBy smooth I1st King2196 IIfas ys Feel5tI ttllInswre a UvlftjCHt v v I V Jack 0 Diamonds l I We think this fai a great jack Lookat himtif you dontlikehira look at bis colts then if you dont like him there 3 something wrong with you or the jack Fe3OtoJnsure Colt j 1Governor Billy jackhedual andhas prbvea himself a great breeder He will serve mares at 10 to Insure a Living volt I THURMAN PETERS L SPRINGFIELD Kt J=1 A GOOd ExampleA ciMcAlesterI women III suffered with my head and back for over six years I I anythinl1I i Cardul ha surely helped me and built me upland I am so thankful that I have found something that will do me good I feel soonuch stronger and bttter than I have In a llong time vItup your mind before you are tide what nfedlcine you Will take when you are sick TakeCARDUIJ47 The Wis Tuk Yoii will be glad to take Ut when you are tydi ierable and when life seems a weary jtrind It wik IMit new iuMIfyostfort l If sick or weak get a bottle ttodjy Att all drthb Write I UeloA nrPiytClnslesn MiciMCe ClsHeajiiiaa Tessw isr JHcidlMlntilMtt aa4He e ftea tee TrsssjawttorWeeMsCsssNam t