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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 5 k 4 r ESTABLISfIEDJI p l IN 18Q3 i it1 2 fJ i 7 L NO 25 t i tit I SPRINGFIELD ASHINGTON COUNTY JKEN IICK H VnOE 22 1911 1 70 ILJ l I Yl M I New Court Housed J Frankfort Ey June14c Mercer county will bave 9 new court hotfser Courtof Ap peals to aYaecided that the Fiscatii Mefqer county can levy taxof 10 etuis on the 100 to raise funds with which lo build flew structure Tbe pre sentjeyy m Mrcer county is Ocei1ti1jexclisiye ofthe 10 cents 8 T kvy for railroad purposes which the Constitution says be leviedih additionto the regular tax The courthere says that the FiEcal1 CPQrt might have issued bobds to build a courthouse and that UtWa8 not necessary to sub t mit the proposition to levy specialtax to a vote of the peo ple Merter county has an old cpurihpuso that is in suchbad repair thatJudge LL Walker l declinedtobold court in it und Jf orderetfjthaW new couit Souse Jfll ebuilt The suit which J decided today was by a citizen of sfercercounty to test the right of the Fiscal Court to make the l special levy Itis hkely that thenew Courthouse will nebuilt at once 4 1t Cures C tarrh c t int AndSore Throat Haydon Willett guarAntoes BY QMEI pronounce it flighome to core catarrh jujp or chronic to cure colds COUgh croup and sore ceIIn cases of deafnefecaused by caj tarrh there i1nqedyso efficient RYOMEII Is alr iixtracted from the eucalypttxs treejSjof Australia Iandis a oililng healing germ killI irg antiseptic 7 A complete HYOMJil outfit con slstlpV of a bot an afstr1rCHble tohararutber t treatingta1mit pqul few drops intQ the Inhaler and brfatifi1 i Tbaf all you have to do as the air passes through the inhaler it becomes Jmpregnated with antiseptic Hyomeil and this jpothtn healing airas itpasaes intl the lungs reacheS every particle of the intiaiiidmem brane kills the germs and heal t the saw sore catarrhal spots If gpti nowtoWjiaH omellnSaler you can buy an exirabttle oif Hyomei for only so centt Haydon Wiiletts or druggisverywheT 1 Talking to the Doetoi AWhile making some professional cafi- t 4Ina Bparsfely settled distriCttt upon a little plump rosy cheeked trndgirig fard home with her slate and dinner pall In her hand t asked thatptoengage her in conversation were un nvalllng Se would meekly answer Yes 9T No1 but not another word StonTd we speak A few week later T was called to the little girls home to attend another 4member at the family for a slight all- mmt When about to leave the moth er s oke up stnlllngly and said Do you remember my little girl riding with yon a few weeks ago1 Well 1 when tbe gott home she said Mamma 1 rode frBm schuoil with the dolor nnd he kept tylklnjc vltli tul stud talking wIthmdntl I jnittbtntknl whn- to do foriyoy knw doctors clmrge 1 TOU WheJYflII hili vill lteniandop JAIdldnt tihe any moneya1lOfla 1outhiyMt j ts t r tdryc Lonllow- l n LotiRtsii rH JnufuuL Isr which yndera 4n ccftUi vst ItO ji nttendud a 1rliurcli vvljere lIlt niliU ur took as his BUt wct flrorsi lie wn very Haitemr tJiHii lp listter ijtiottd about half pf tilt vijubn uf ilft After r peatinjrllHvv tjxe the minister said I con iiI titxer n nd tluit poem without feeling tin lntiiir iUoi with which it was written To this Incident Long fellow iiddsr Uut1 hndI the conceit taken citjt cT me on lblr evening of thut dnyvTClTen hiiipnr t to meet a lady atlfresgitts nml In onr courersatlou she referml to the sermon In the mbrnlnsrinuji added lie quoted some f beautifulll rcrsi1 lnit nobody kneW J ttoni Alienee ae quotations ttWanted Id Coma Back j You wotrt moke any mistake in J tbuylugthU cur Mr luppInKV said pthe ngeut t iItt li the bett In the ular ket There isnt nay jtomeback to our Ioupuf trTbel Lilontt want It retorted lug glns There wasnt spy comeback to r ti l lt air I had audi had to walk t fi iick tbveut you anything ypu CfD snow pife with n few return attaih lbHnrper Weekly tJtV e Amazon River Hhoagh not the largest nr longst vVtrer the Amazon la the most wotdir 4u1 river 4n the world with n ni11tll jGO mitaflii wldtjx4nud with a force j tit water that t p lsont least over Jif the occat to a distance of iiiort cSihRBi f e weight oftEn river tin tide uuikor Ig Isi IKt Itll rJ mltc tnltn t MtTbe eaIitpry irite wird f iilaoEtt JtlrhiiilIr npwnrvl tfr5Er41y to help xfa vtesel apiinat j r c r 7 vjw THE JFEi7SLEA7 DLITa ji Tr i 1 LESVOLPYIII Fo Commissioner pf Agriculture Senator G T Wyatt of Olms tead Logan Co Third congres sional district Senator Wyatt is making the race for the Democratic nomina tion for Commissioner of Agriculture before the Democrats ofr the state in the primary July 1st fie is a surces ful farmer and thebestfarmjin tSfryiHis record in the state Senate his been highly creditable and particularly nqtable for hs work behalf off legislation for the farmerThe BosworthWyatt Good Road Amendment to the Con stitution is a part of Kentuckys history Senator Wvatt was chairman of the Good Road Con- gressheld at Louisville last De mber and has been actively en gaged in this work for several years believing with all others that tbe farmers are the first to bbenetitted He is also astern advocatef educating the farmer along the lines of bis occupation ward intensive and coopera tise farming Since their has never been a Commissioner of Agriculture elected from the Firs Second Third nor Four h Congressional districtswbiCh is notably the farming sectiQn of the state our farmers should see to it thriSenator Wyatt id nominated and in November triumphantly elect tbe ticket Sarvdd His Mothers bile Fourdoctors had given me up1 writes Mrs Laura Gaines of Avoca La and my cnijdren and all tayf frleuda were looking for me todie when my son insisted that I use Elec tric Bitters I did so and they have done me a world of good I will ways praise them Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women that rre troubled with fainting and dizzy spells bdckache headache weakness debility constipation or kidnuy didor ders Use them gain new health strength and vigor Theyre guaran teed to satisfy or money refunded1 Only 50c at Haydon Robertson r The Legal Fou Flusher Ben Lee Hardin of Harrods3I burg m defining a lour usber lawyer in the coursE of his ad dress before the Bar Association the3ouptry Club recited oneI of his personal experiences as iillustrativ says the Louisville Times Hardin said thathe was sitting in the courthouse one of Kentuckys eastern con ofI ties where people suppose things murder to escape paying r a fee when he Was approached by a guanf unsophisticated looking individua1 who inquired if Mr Hardinwasqt tlIsorhofllawyer Upon thai such was the case the man asked Mr Hardin tto step in the court yard as lie wishea to speak to him privately Upon reaching the yard the stranger stQop d drewa line in the dirt with his forefinger and said Now 5upposin tins here is it tbeijbeyond and suppbsin this tracing another line was an other fence rnnnin the other way and into the fence that runs into the sassafras at the end be yond that and supposin it was a droughty season and my neighbors bog got underthe fence by the sassafras tree beyond and 1nt the only wattpr on my lan- daputidlewhatd J you think about that Mr Hardin said he advised the man to drop the whole affair whereupon the stranger left in disgus Later the man with the grievance went to a lawyer a four flusher or cnanticler of the bar as Mr Hardin termed him and stated his case verbatim as ho had told it to Mr Har din The lawyer after listening patiently and with apparent great interest to the recital cot rugated his brpry and witha great flourish assured the man that he had a very strong case Result The lawyer received a ttendollar bill as a retainer The SngBirds I The other day there was pub lished in this column aneditorial ttaken from the CourierJournal about bids and boys which we hope every lad m this vicinity either read himself or had read to him and also that it made a deep impression upon his thoughtless destruction of songbirds with flobert rifles and shots which is such a reprehen si ble practice and so farreach iing in its results that every boy should be taught to avoid it at d have impressed upoohim that t iis nothing less than a crime If iin the exuberance of his sport ingi proclivities he iis bund to indulgei a habit to a certain extent teach him that it isnt any harm to murder the pesky English sparrow but that it is a very serious offense to shoot wood brush a redbird a robin o anv other songster that visits his locality in the spring and early summer Danville Advo cate Kicked By A Mad Horse amuel Birch of Be town Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his lrg aj no doctor could heal th frightful sore that developed but at last Bucklens Arnica alve cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns bolls eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on earth Try it25c at Haydijn Robertson An inspector of plumbing will call on you next week to exam notImust be fixed at once or your water supply will be turned off Springfield Water Light Co CryrASTORIAI iIFIRE INSUBANCEiiI 1 1businessI t 1 IdoingI1 Old and fried Companies I Represented No tricks resorted to in order to get 1your application No misrepresentations made to secure business All business will be cancelled without cost to the assured where it can be shown I 1that I 1 jLj iiii Insurance Agent I i QoxGovJI Proctlr t1 1atFamous Kentucjjiahi Passes Away at his HomeI at i abiLebanon Ky ijTune 1S4s quietly and as peacefully as be spent his decliniTog yeats death came to former Gov James Proctor Knott at his home in this city 605 oc ock tonight Thel distinguished Kentuckian forIiSet eral years and the end was unexpected r andbisgeneral breakdow One week ago today Gov K ott was taken slightly ill thai result of the warm weatHer thff day before However he ralliand on Mon day bad sufficient v recovered Jo be able tosjt ou on his front porch i Early tfiis he suffered a severe cho r PeUand from thattirae he mornlU grew worse until the end The f v KDP tt will lake place ay afternoon under the ofttes of Marion Commandery T No 24ut which hewas n charter rn3tnber The services will be held either at the residence pi at the Ajasonic Temple with interment iq Ride xsemetery Thelate Gov Jnott was born near Raywick Marion county August 29 18SC His family moved to Shelt y county and later to West i Point Hardin county where he attended school While yet a boy he went with his br her and sisters to Memphis o He studied law there and jvas admitted to cihepracticed law itMefbpbis and was sent from thfefe as aaterof the Cqastituttonal Con vention Hss elected to theE Missouri Legislature in 1858 andE was appointed ktorney General of the State 185U and VasJ lected to that o Bee in 1860 In 1861 he Vas arrested bvE military officers for refusing toT take the test fkih His office v o was declared vn1and he was t disbarred from tbe practice of Jaw in the State aHe came to BJowling Green in rI86 I tlJeItsameiI toflawt coBeeth and Forty first Congresses i 186771 and of the Fortyfifth i Fortysixth ajid Fortyseventh Congresses iEi7783 He was chairman of tho Judiciary Com Temitee and meciber of other tim inportantHe was ofTer d the governor ship of Haw ii by President t Cleveland and ater a place oi itthe Interstat Commerce Comjj missicn but declined both Hew elected G yernar of Ken tttckio1883 tInemI elmAttornoyr the State inc tiding the Green Riyer Island sea He- v practiced law in Frankfort with T J Ednlen in 1890 and was elecU d a ember of the Constitutional Convention from Marion count Hewaslarge1o instrumental n retaingIrankI fort as the cn rt l Itireddeanship of tjie law department of Centre C liege in 1894 H e held the plucii six years He suffereii aitro e of paraly sis in 1900 atj i bad been feeble physically iVver since He moved back b Lebanon in 1992J His country home buried in Augustt Iiand le afterwards crentedoEarlyto Miss MaV JPromian in Mem i iphis Mo She died twoyears ll 7litterKnott wasmirried to Miss Sallie McElr y al Bowling Green icShe surv v him There wfere i no chilclren rom this union Hily Rollers v The Richmond Climax says the pticuljikc religious sect known as tj ie Holy Rollers have been holdic g forth in great styit at Big ffiil for the past two weeks ai4 reports frm there e to the effect that wonderful rlctions have resulted The Holy Rollers draw away from any established church and have their own ministers They meet seven in the evening and cpn l uptiltQidnighti out their religion is that at a certain time during the worship the Lord is supposed to visit them and violently strike thejr periodql1lyemitted There were many con verts at this last meeting and t tbebraesi could be heard for atleat a mile Revs Limb and Alexander who come from Garruril county imvebeen doing the preaching An abondbned hpuseon the farm of Clint Carrier has teen u ed by the members to carry on their Meeting Deputy Sheriff Johnson of xBerea who was locking for Ed Hazel odd last week on a warrant charging desertion from family discov ered him at the meeting and just- in the act of joining in When he BIw the officer be made a leap out tbe window but Johnson hurriedly rounded the house and azlewoodH jumped into his arms His wild commotions came very near causing stampede at the meeting as it was during one of these spells when the control of the oice is lost that officer made his appearance Tbe worshipers were astounded at1 the actions of Hazelwood end att tirst believed he was being chased by some evil spirits butl when the officer nabbed himt quiet was restored and the ser victs continued Indictment Defective iT especial term of the Marion rcuit which convened Monday anti was called for the purpose of trying several cases came to sudden crose Tuesday morning The case of the cominoawealth against John Boarman and Cia ce Alford charging rape was called and the defendants askedI a continuance which was refused Considerable trouble was experiencpd in getting a jury he regular panel was exhaustedI and over 150 other jurors ques llyacceptetlmorning After the indictmentI had been read the attorneys fOrI the defendants filed a demurrer the indictment which the urt sustained The one wordI feloniouslvt had been omitted I Ig intbe indictment and ay the indictment did not charge thocrime as having been feloniously committed it was held faulty indictment had been drawni j the wording of the statute ut under a similar case the court of appeals had held that1o the indictment must also charge the crime as having ben done feloniously Tuecase will be submitted to J he grand jury at the September erm of court and in the meantime Bowmanand Alford vill re ain in the Louisville jail bilRay and Edna Bottom wereI sent to the school of reform Tuesday morning to serve 6 year90lHcer J A Thompson them to the school The cases against Ralph Abell T Newton and Sam Dale wereI continued until September Marion Falcon Midnight in the Ozarks and yet sleepless Jliram cranton of Clay City coughed and coughed He was in the mountains onthe advice of five doctors who said he had con sumption but fbond no help in tl limate and started home Hearing f Dr Kings New Discovery he be gan to use it I believe it vedmy life he writes for ifmadeL a new nianoutofms 80 that I can now do gobi work ag Jnror all lung dis eases coughs colds1Ipgrlpp0 asthma ruu1 whoopingi cough hay ever hfomorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known remedy Price 60o and 9100 Trial bottle free Guaranteedby Haydoh Robr 1rtsotf The price of flour may rlia and fall but we guarantee trie quality White Rose and Ben Jbhrisbn to never fall or faU Our mot quality first quantity second CLEMENTS GETS INTO RACE Louisville Attorney Announ ces Candidacy for Sec ond District Railroad Commissioncrship Capt J ReginldClmentsor- oisyIlleL has formally an nounced his candidacy for tht republican nomination for Rail road Commissioner in the second district and will at once enter Captlementsmade yesterday arid ho entered the tight at thi e truest sojicita tion ofri nds both Louisville and other points in the district With the declaration of Capt Clements a warm tight ia on fur the nomination for Commis sioner Three candidates are now in the field and tncrewill be two or three others CoiL P Tarlton of Frankfort the incumbent isanaODouncedcandiI date and Stanford will enter this week Capt Clements is one of tba best known young llawyers at tbe Louisyille bar and has bEen active in Republican politics ot- a number of years He is a n patiyebut came to Louisville about fifteen years ago and has since knownIi i VeterabhavIi t j jLoujt Now is the Time to Swat the Fly If you see a fly walking over glongl that he is a messenger of disease a ufiib5iys tbeJUlyWo m smansThe rules for dealing wIth the- yfl nuisance published by the Merchants Association of New York and widely circulated by them are worth reprinting We repeat our suggestion that an ex cellent work for any liye womans club would be toreI producethese rules on cards and distribute them broadcast Keep the flies away from the s flickcontagious diseases Kill every I fly that strays into the sickroom IBis body is covered with disease firnsDo not allow decaying material f any sort to accumulate on or n tiealfzbichmentation such as bedding straw paper waste and vegeta ble matter should be disposed of r covered wIthUie or kerp fsene Screen aft food Keep all ire ceptaclesfor garbage carefully covered and the cans cleaned or sprinkled with oil or limeiKeep all stable manure ic vault or pit screened or sprfnk tted with lime oilor other cheapi preparation See thatiot11 scewagethat it noes not leake uplo d tatePour kerosene into the drains Cover food after a meal burn or bury alt table refuse Screen all food for sale Screen all windows andapprs specially the lkitchen And 1ni i ngr9omI r Burn pyrethrum powder in the bouse to kill ilie Dont forget if jon see flies tthat their bn edingplace 151nl nearby filth It may be ohinci i the door udder thR table cuspidor vlf there is no dirt and filtb there will be no files If there is a nuisance in tht neighborhood it would badyisable to write at once to the health department Threshing raacljmil for salA conapartttivtly iiW i iiI fine shape will MU Mnr L onaWUm ApPly Mc CluieMayss t LosLdLea band bij con t h ingfoQtKolliJl4tj z l Je4trA Ial Zqis4 1 tjoig pIt tt RQxtt engraYd aa4Qhr1ItirtIClE1sAhnle t Corpus Christi at St Rose The most beautiful and Jm 1ressivet t Roe in the mFmury of those present was the celebration a f Corpus Christi on Sunday the 18th iust At780 i m Solemn Mass was ctlpbrated by Father Dawkins assisted by Father Ker n canfuss as subdeacon and five l tfel boys Father Flora delivered an eloquent sermon on This Is My Body Which iR Gyen for t vou Tbis js the Chalice pf tfyMass Father MeGonagle in a lmPle9IvPInstrel would celebrate tI1 daY Cl At 3 Dclpcfc p m a probes partromt ffour to the venerable gray hairs ot seventy was formed leclby the cross bearer bearing ths emblem of our redemption andI sputtered throughout handsome banners were borne which show e tdL iifeCrosTQe procession followed l6y the little girls scattering owers andtlepriest with the Blessed Sacrament proceeded I from the church to the front yard of the convent where the rst Benediction was given Dan altar erected Immediately after this Behedio on bather OSuIlivan from the ffront balcony gladdened his bearers ever eager for Ws sermon on AHa That Eatelh My Fle8h andDrfobith My BloodI HathI Everlasting Life everf word oft which struck straight to 1 the heultiTbence to an altar in front of the school room where another Benediction was giyep and from there back to the church where the exercises were- Closfd wtlta third Benediction alitYIlsistedbotr sacg the PAnge LIngua and appropriate hymns dunn he procession and Benediction This solemn procession and Benediction in the open is the revival of a beautiful old custom f iEe church ill watch tboe who believeIn the Real Presence in the Sacrament o the Altar imatteoff their faith arid beg ihe blest inR8 of God nit only on their piritualt needs but on the ternt porull as well y ztbo fruit5 ofthe earth i T l i l 1 Thdughtleuns About rhe time the IraJn poll ed out a disconcerted rnao trif to get through the gale butWbIs dI unable to do H4 th train movaa around S riCrYJ l wife fhd chi drtJwere aboar without a tick or a cent of moflej aiidlJ frduljl b hpars iefbre heoulajts ufolSfeHjlfef M fia lots 7 K 1s iiA tJotI ir1 ir111tjQb k ctowtTIIaitjidandjeeri 2jihSUBSCRp7QN Ut f 1I t j1 UIt lt tJ1ovn UU il IOOPEf mav was and girl and Mr out Knott his the fur CAPT the forthopurpose f l Never was thertr 4bsrlHlnstratbh nf the tboktssness ofihfe crowd HeE n iy a istiesed hnmpQ beInAbtSthe1rain were other diiirsMifi human beings Great asnslq- was anpareut ctai m ry Yet thecrowd lajighM 9 ipreflicament of triiitt jpjiJ i and jeered as cruelly in evr 4h- rowd if of a Koman cfrcM jm tat the drinK Yi ti1t 4h beasts in tbeafe ai L Now ifwaanpt baaet1crojrd was t wlly b artt ifJwas simply bectN it s thoughtless Tbr w rt jrwb bly hundred eJ11Ia bus fw4 who would haVft risk dltMr lives 10 save the viiRhai his life been ndanftred T s were man jpr Mntirbf wo U have mad JMUirlfeM to fat r Mi rloney JJ t f Ye becauseJbay wt Sojtfci lessl they skio th irJeiland added to the its rj o MM iucklessl fellow v 4 But wKeirj0ucd it ts tW oiit whatis the iittrSMS IakItween the mMsavage iM w tiized man save tbOg4a1iss ISO it is seefl t1ILii itrHwW tat t the missin bf t tr4 Itf a MMI 0 to throw Ii81ae iitih IYfsavageryiortb Uel b8iia fDayton Daijy News Nazareth CItIIcsMh NazarethKyJu1Nu areth AcadeMys ajUu l CMI menceaent ercisei weie Ute occastoft of drajrl i eoMNlM Of people toUM eeIiM ft owned coniwt sefcdal ptMM South For days paremte ad friftMte off the pupils hive e eeo liB IB numb from IlsiaTexas MissligijlJli aiHTeMMr sectionsol the MitU J6 1WIb il the 9lostng exifeiei Promptly folIw1mg lbs arrayel oltheLou 1vilIitra TtHMTMrny morning barii CJ visitors thjjtrgyraei ele we be gun in the Eihibitif RtM The satia ep4sy rl1WIwa estd tofu 4E i j An eQtraoe ii OfWMrf MM iil exercise Tkkwt pHieipe cr1111 5f1a Ii 1 si pllsiQlid daimtilj m weite new ngfrorui tots bksposmiages of Jite YOWHT rii0e m thefyouurlI4y ra t V j 4thelitTbeuusicforgr6L1 JImpriaIJ comooersMR Is wit rsa4trb7 thi booP a uhetortwaa4yJIk1uclidlati J II1IIrunar t9rDAs IbSppH awl ada of 1b1y4irisNiiitakryTn criskajspIotU- i ffe i ftM pre o Mbj jbrmf of bsr Istlyis Npaclu i 1t rI f NTvsbw JIIa 11 W5lfADfR 3 3sUI v J YJiY y ALSL Mt mmnm f dicr a p b1jfrs I THDMDAT lUNE22 19U We ae aiitothd toani f JOHN X POLIN A aa4iiLite1 KefHreaentatlve in shs JieIiie of the Kenucky Leg sWrt JNm Washington countyi itjact V te tfcc Mtkm of the Democratic tOOiTY LSJ ff j MetGifta lordat Tour t J 4 J Ji aitHr EtiMT of NewiLeader Will tto haJ1a11ow us space intiJ h jrottt fwlimas to make reply tolEI 4saIntgconcerrnngi th of 1ltJ T rii rt tji demihe Stanth Jord paper a i Ht from Stanw Uf to Lbkl1y preuaWvfcMi tlbovflit and think Itt tttfeeTournaKerlt this year wags eptM Wt bad done 9r fan oat to Wke it fair Tbe wpkoi Springfield had shown 0 tIM 11 charftcteristic Hospitality imimfi rtaiBiJsfl tbe visitors Thej xmiteatanU without exceptions f hact coadioted themselves in a p 1mUlifrabov8 reproach both in a J th contest and in our homesc cTheviaitis delegations bad surpassw bofany other Tourna Tab ijt Eacbachool on leaving r bad expressed themselves sta Utfi d with the conduct of theLt coBtetU and while the losers were naturally disappointed web tbojifbt there was no bitterness i n1ltionto charge defeatii to winitrness True there hadIJ 4 been the inevitable excitement over the ball game between Stan Jofi and jBprinflield atd Stanfj fords principal had shown someC flingbut when we offered him t another game and he refusedtorL- 4reaapnstJ that were satisfactory we thought and were told by him that lie was satisfied And we were1 naturally surprised when Iwexceived marked copies of isI bom ptp r in which crIticisms Hrwernadepeveryfeatureofth Tomrnittefent and we were openly charged with chicanery and double dealing1 4inci the crowd 3t tebtJllDI1 wa referrcito i thoodlums and the principal of the Springfield school Was cbarI acterlzed by a number of epithets reaching from uhis kinky head to his cloven feet ItWe say sur v pried because none of these r tJjjihhigs were said or intimated by JProf Iceland when hero and be I1 vCaftMbe on the contrary had expressed entirely different sen timents to ill of us before leav V ins The things said in the 13 Jr v article ref tF9d to fflJ a pocr substitute for profanity with out itsc nraHEJ nnd carrying its guilt We fhavva rio desire io answer in kind SUCh things cannot properly be answered thro tbe papers and concern rio one except the parties involvpd 5 But other schools were in vblved and si me of the thugs i said do not do our people justice Itis for thepurposef correct 1 lug these false reports that hs is written It is intimated that the judges of the contests were locall people The truth sc every one of us knows is that not a judge of declamation or s music was from Springfield tmford knew this as well as ant of us The scholarship i judges in this Tournament as jnItItIthall others were local people tbeschoo111The IIV proof of their fairness Every contest Was open to the inspec on of visiting principals very set of questions every set answers was also open to eir review This statement as opeply made to the people t the Opera House before theseJ contests and nobody question these contests Who desires to tell ihe truth It is also intimated that the people of Springfield had Charged the Stanford crowd with ungentlemanly conduct while here On the contrary no chool ever had a finer student body to represent them than Stanford and was a matter ommOn comment among our people The crowd here was orthy ol the best Kentucky schools and the best Kentucky homes Stitthe ball game was he particular bone of conten tionThe game was won bv Springfield and lost by Stanford n account of a bad throw of Stanfords catcher in the tenth inning It was clean through out nd the umpire Stanfords choice was just in his decisions and no One questioned them To satisfy Stanford to do what we could to promote goodJfeeling as best we suggested to Ireland that these teams play another game next day The agreement was conditioned upon the con sent of the players of botb teams When the SpringfieldI team agreed next morning to play Ireland accepted for his team andbeand I made the an nouncernentiu the Opera Bops Atone oclock in the afternooni we were told Stanford had rte fused to yoePettus who had done as much as any one else to arrange the game called up Ireand over the phone td find out if Ireland bad refused to play He was told that he did And Ireland admitted to him that the game the day before would count All who saw tbj c ntesj know whether or not these are the facts about it au not one will deny that It wa fairly played and fairly won m a r t yd at 4c I P i Yari wide bttichcd Cotton good as t l 5 t4 P wwei 20c LUMi Ribbd SuMmer 7 l2c frr Lrt 9100 for 50c baI fr =Notwithstanding tlir fni tan Lfordsoiidsoutrenormo tjit daily pappi8 that they won the game Tl6 sami jrupsJporisible writer eft suites that Stanford won inbr i prizes hall ant other two of schools in this same report This lsth true report Stanford won 17 firsts andlS seconds thak ing 109 points SpringfieW won 21 firsts and 11 seconds making 88 points Springfield carried I off the honors in declamation in vocal music baseball and scholarship Stanford carried the honors in track athletics This statement is due to our hooJ and the other schools We have no desire to interfere with any advertisement that Ireland my indulge in but we insist at the truth be told so far as are concerned We arejust proud of the showing of our and girls but we are not boosting neither do we blame others where we lest Our people by their generous support and hospitality are en titled to at a true statement of the facts The letters they have received recompense them for their service and thecon sciousness of having been re spousible ror so successful a Lmeetingme taorv and we hopeO that the scurrilous attack in the Stanford paper will Soon be for gotten GEO UOLVIN Fenwick Mr Ben Spalding of near Springfield wits the pleasant t guest of his sister Mrs Ptudie Janes Sunday Miss Roxie Cessell visited motherSuv1ty Mr John Kelly was in Spring field Saturday on business Rev IfcitnVr Gabo filed his regular appointment here Sur day f Mr and Afrs Clarence Graves visited Mr and Mrs dercon and family Sunday also Mrs Rosa McA lstor spent the afternoon Mr and Mrs Wood Graves Mr OscarHarmom audwife Mr Frank Graves and Wife dined at the home of Mr and Mrs Hob IMrlaters mother Mrs Uheatam f ofI near Maud Sunday Misses Ethel and Verna Ro 7I ers wteje tire guests of Miss MarIRose Jan s Sunday Mr Bert Fenwick was in Springfield SundayIThe recent runs have caused the people to smile once mOre as severall of the people had given up their tobacco and put ti ground in corn But the old say iing is nevnr too late to do good to01s101 a lI fGraVtHf Mrs Sr C Begley j ha return home after a wefi sTay tIJl1 r daughter Mrs in- ii near Lebanon Mr John Polui was in our midst last week M j Poin is a popularl young man i social cir cles and isalsu hon fst anti up right in all his dealir r So eVery body lendhfm a help ig handarid make hinj our next representative MTS Teresa Grays s is on the sick list Mrs John Horan near Lob anon visited her pun rtMr audJ Mrs BogleySaturdt r and Sun day J Kent Graves and ilevel3egley werejn Harrodsburg Sunday The musical given at the home of Mr and Ms Hi Shewma ker was well attbndeji and all re ported a nice timti STATEMENT OF O NDITIpN OF PeoplesDepom Bank OFSPRlNQFI- Ifl Iiat close of business Jt nc 12 1911 V If RESOURQB5 v r oans and Discounts J 351139468 5JOOOOOOverdrafts Cashonhand and duemBanks At 4320934 Expenses j 7 3J62553 Total I 41091763 LIABILITIES Cpital Stock s 50moo Surplus J soocIUndivided Prints Ij pudto Banki jjJ 97719- IndividuaKDeVosits 25 28566 Bills redisconnjted jv 6395658 Total 1 S4169i763 This bank was examir ed on this date by the State Bank Examiner and con dition found as shown apove In conference tie Board ot Di rectors the Bnk Examiner coniplimenj ted the management oithe and said it showed that it had given the public 21 years of fal hful and liberal service and is apleasu re to find a bank in such condition that It can bewconsid ered sound in every way And when suchis the case it is only just that it should be known and tl latpropqr credit thould be gven Midnight in tjus Ozarks anti yet sleepless illham cra ton ofi Clay City COUgtI ad and coughed He was in the mouut ins on the advice of five doctors who aLi he had cori but fonnd tio hclp in the elimate and started mine eari1g of Dr Kings New jdscovery he be gan to use it I ievc it saved ihy newIigood work again for all IIng rtis cases coughs colds agrippuastbh feverIhemorrhages hqirlness or quinsy Ifiiti the best known x itnedy boWsIeI RobIdrtson finuteror w6aisjSsQuEVi m Ii ODd Croiuit y nn wwyvvww n n n TITHEBIC STORESl I j t Seml A nnuaearanC6oaI I Ijr j i F II ii I 4W11 begin SATURDAY MORNING JUNE t4th v ssoooo STOCK fr I 6l rtr J High S Merchandise will be offered at greatly reduced pnces j Jrlt11 FOR 30 DAYS f I IJJui large stock consists of the newest and best things inDry Goods fDress I fi Goodf Silks Trimmings White Goods Laces Embroideries and Domestics 411Mens and Boys Clothing Ladies Suits and Skirts and Shirt Waists t arpets j Rugs Mattings and Wall Paper Mens Women and Childrens I entire stock will be offered at BARGAIN PRICES r ShOr1her i We will name here a few prices to giye you an idea of the Bargains i toeI notr 10 to customer Law4c I AprstGiaghams4c H9pe1lcr t Unbleached Sheeting J Vests worth lOc CoTMts fo i212cWhtIniaLinen9c least pleasant ThadVAn with aboVcBank sumption n 1as 15c White India Linen lc J i j 15c and 12c Dress Ginghams lOcv t 4 lOc Dress Ginghams 7 l2c i One lot of Mens Suits at Ir2 price it One lot of Mens Hats 12 prIce 25 boys long pants suits which sold fbi J5Q to iI 15 Suit go for 398SUIt All Shoes at reduced prices during this salI 1I r t 7 We cannot give prices qn ev irything in this space but if you wtll vjisit 1t I jqftr store youfcwill be well paid for your visit ft a f No GDOd Gllargecl at Reduded liees 0 j 1ROBERT8OWGLY8OOKE GO I j1CORPORATED I BEPjST jtf THE CONDITIOn r oj TIll Fist National Bank OF S1JUNGFHJrn1tI I At Springfield In tag State of Ken1 tuckvat thoU closer or June 7 lOU No 1767 RESOURCES buslnessjj 1OvBanking lation and fixtures house furniture 5000000I Due from National Banks notreserve agents 46610 from State and private D 1Companies Banks j 167500 CuriencyNickels 4875I Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Speciet10066o tLegaltender notes 6700001779650 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation h 250000 TotaL 366591 89 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 4100000 Undivided Profits less Ex penses and taxes paid 830655 National Bank Notes out standing 5000000 Due tootherNational Banks 308377 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 76686 Individual deposits subject to check 14002713 Time certificates of deposit 5240758 Bills payable including cer tificates 6f deposit for money borrowed 2100000 t36659189STATE sa iii S I A C McElroy Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me dais 14th day of June 1911 CglS M McCoORD Notary Public Correct Att st B L LITSEY JOHN W LEWIS H M GRUNDY Directors iarge Fee After Bftnjiunlh IJarrbson badratir cd as president and resomod flioprac ticeof law he found himself assIir cd with Mr Knox then ns now Plttsburg hilt cniTTtag no n Hticni ns td the fee Inciulred Mr Knox shall we divide If1 Really Mr KuoX never tllvld Coos skid tta former president will iriako 17 owl teyms you arnui yours The ciuf was won The two 1 nlt met Yoj win understand Mr Knox ald thtf foraier president why I d1 not wish tw divide the fees when tcl jon that rNlltcc in that ease wrc 125000 Ah Indeed most InteVestlng re plied the Plttsburscr Well 6encn llnrtefn my fee vns S10dOX Hart CoJt rffue horns Science- S After a tlirt roars cgurwat Ktngf JOlIegV Ictiuii in home jjfleiuv nm ooiotnlr wouiin students wIU be uljlc to gain the lploinn of M If Smtl tress of buuie wlrrp It Is hoped fjtys tin Liiiilon Mitll that In tjuu the work thee in these courses ma onvince tHe uulveralty nuthorltlet In London anti elsewhere that Un science underlying tin vlght manage ment of n haute is us advanced und worthy of a place In n university eal tudor as the science required fot equipping ii tlootor or an cjiglueer The promoters thus hope iilrhuatcill for nn extension of the present It o J degree SThe Woods of New York One 111 never think there could t lie two such tiusoiblstlfntcd younp f men In nil Brockton Itut there ai The two In question are aged jifMpu teen and n few dafs nso be nn layli plans to see New York A visit t that vlty has long been thq goal of dlib whlrIp IJrCfltl n lluK8fHnte1nd tuflt iutsislgiitidNIrtsu u trn1r lnto a llttii liutel cm tliv tboNon C4 Iich Gnrrnn ami iirtnpUiiittaKb sauL Musti sliI nrtrat shut at ihroe dile mill tabrtctl lll cacti thuc dinner hn hour later lit sat noil n lourtxtwhn idfl bandage round IA head ITtiJ an Itttt ulT aaked thr sports ci Ik9itnWlt4i hit etrrt At jijiij fo l nimBpr you moanu I was 1111r liUll attttit sii hour ago vhun 11 tjiii tL tlili a guTi Krwl t me tltilivi fitfiij tin fclioro nIl Shot Iri lIt mv eAr olr dont know why ii aultfltUs tfre allowid uut without TMU Pllenco relgneal suprtnlo L6n don Tek sr Ithi Lavhhnecs- In days of Jiil luxurious Ipeople hnil clothof gold iWced lnrMontl tuelr teat Yes rcInT Mr tiuug1iw But those times were eiiiipsratlttJy ototIuomlcai Xo we wanf notlifwg lit JwfobIImpressed Itself on your expcrfence Snapper Welj by nil odds the fjprst OUP ever uimrd wits that your quartet por perntHl Milt tight wUou they came ro4iiil othtliuiisiy uiHl snug There Vslf hi lilt Air A Splurge Anynow Fo you eHinlgyed the most ex lpenslr sululsls you coiijjliidTor your nnjlrtl Yvxi reiillfil Mr Cuuirnx uMtll her hnil llictrlrlii ln ls edoVi It dOlt know wlKMM Mielr hun tvnalo ftlutw III eIift IIiJrt Jt tlat tv t LlIJIr IIIJl i4 Cash guysiiis Kitchen THEIR nlcelrfifiUshdd beam afT convenience Thisuis BARGAINS i CARPETS t FUNITURE RUG tc We ardppcfaie the largest Lojuisville and control the entire output rtjjof of the ftugest furniture Factories the country the largest I usiness in the South YOURREDIT IS GOOD with us no mattert where you live and we give you just the same f cash 44credit that We give our thousands of regular customers right here home To you how fair are arid hpW much we appreciate the trade of good peopleI ishow4 who live in Louisville THE FREIGHTWE PAYIIto youi home station thus putting you onexactly the same footing with customers come right into scores WRITE TODAY and tellus just ou IIwho to buy in Furniure Baby Carriages or Go Refrigerators Stoves Car t Rugs noleums or Battings will reRljrjby return mail full particulars the wonderfully low prices we can make and the easy terms we will i glad to give you We ABS9LUTELUARANTEEevery article sell and any thing that is not exactly astrepresented will be Jack the noney refunded 1Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad maiMT TO UST TODAY COUPON Iii 33r3l5Vf4AIKET St Benslnjtt v OutflwngCo tonlsyille Ky 7 I I Coupon heal th- eII t SPRINGFJELD IIIIawodictobave1uflpdlCI I t IItHE LARGEST OUSFURNISHERS KENTUGKY jlrcightorn 0 K r Feeding In IJintiriTo ralso horses nm Ullng coU etip thorn gores nbvtiGv Novcr tillovr them to got a mi k a the first ilnrRgrQliiog fr In t vlvit Uie nntraal vii be at rtniti1lJI weaning tlicwlt should n a bedded bo Xul v t f Hglif and VOIJL iun It5bou11I Howel lotaUo plenty of oxertixe U a vorable weatlifcr A good rutiou con ilntlug of three quart of oat end if bran mixed with rnter and a Uttl ilt and molasros or oilmcal utkI boujd Ie fed tlirv limes a day OHt ire exceedingly flue for maldng bun ml n healthy ration for laylug os bruit Is nut ocnsbiiaI fred ofjiolled b414 ey A Htte cun may bo fed at odd thuI also A jjood fodder fee4 six or saven P0tltuh3 of cloTftr am iiwiby liny mlxtd Thfa slionlcl fed mornings and erqniugB anti III ouch as tim colt will coiummn iiRetmiuinjltoi iiJrj stionkl be made 8te ally aat na far nll iHnaOWtj lit l1l1tII vhon Moikls not r ins Its n cfIou4c1n4fWri nmcliiu hi to be ttsccl ffi will i4I oatTy and lu good repair ID ptttlij nat1i1e nW31 ftner a seasons tort Is suggciucaI ttw bt intde o rill rlnUt nntTrd raet notes JWl m wrlftet Oil tap uuptLnteisul4e thI jiMUrblne 1urlag tIP Ulutw lbe ttact jay bo loLat the sii wltl 1Jch every finn u4 h1wL mil the ifuKMue put to first clMji abJpc ready ta be upon shot ii4I tire often iu AiltiuHAge wj in the choice itJM but sisi in otngRIle to give tb linplemeut agent leuty of time In wile to obtain w4 ssary pars6rang rsrnir 1 IIFilling Washy PfccSa Ir Fields It jif no oilier trunk on th fKrm for fllHuR vihy pl cM lu th fields strew nnitrrj trout atsb1eI1 excellent The rtrwiwlM SUttw plflcM wml catch and hajj of the poll th twsliea lutd them he idtltf will help t kottW gniitiid J9itted tiJNotryl rlbtulIYilflurVe i rl j to aRk inf a Mhiry rIaL t wnsfiIngtojtIruuda But He Pro abl DJcC f Father sliM tij4 yuyUiji cordin tcftliIcr nfktrfot URCrl 11 lunvt deuljliI In Iiji11941 f snhul 4iNOme tfr vV1When Empress Eugqnis Wits r Younat was so pst lit id irntldl 6ftjii wopU 7Ml firaprowr IURoirto that lp dilu lyK In tIle rrtl qtiwdrille with tlit Pificen consul I forgot to make t1f usual teLs ICverytbHtgwasi arlUl4 rltally perfect in hor thQ sleuflor- tTftconl figure with tho muddled shpnld6i xvhlcji Jiincod by white dross ooJttCuljj profusely embroidered trith dllclirf3cully b iUlfnl lieivd with tileI uoblo cogahir features the aiJiiyf hair upon which sparkled n royal llaJorn Her ojiarnilng swle bowlt h cd nit na inivb oa dd thf tt fri cll ttitilq id Ihlr tt r Litlions t Iro Irf1Ilt Its huitbifli4V d1i r St Si I 3o1id- OaiA4Ji Cabin4etL The drudgery of cooking Is lessen d half with this convenient stoopsbyNo kitchen should be without one The have modern nnd implements for work The womenwho work much hardershould have the same This fine kitchen cabiaetis made of solid oak in- gobien color TophasglassdoQrSsbelves for dides cic nndhr e drawers Large biscuit slides In under ree large drawers oitu one fqe and flour bin holding 50 lbs on other eL3rge strong castors IhatImake the cabinet easy to around a 00IyJ325deJiveredand balance on easy terms to suit your or pay all cash just as you like just one offfour many i = lN t own store vjn Some iii and 3b terms of or to at we do not our US what like carts and fwe giving you of be we taken and and cUp this IN Horce After jyrii uwa- it tittea iirovJ rMl Ifte only Jndd there mawiKe straw fur the nnd 111IV MEN tools move I AWe 1 J ra Chnge- II 1l Sipdk curling Tip from the fannhotise1 chimney th iiiqn are coming in from the f fields gives a pretty suggestion tffagood uptper and 11 comfortable home But it also means a half tired woman working hard over a blazinjfire Your wife can escape thisJ wia New Perfection Oil Cootstove i A NewPbrfecl6n keeps a kitchen mtlegrescooler than any othsr range yet it does all a coalorvopc 4 range can do It saves time raborand fuel No wood tojcuttjno coal to carry nq ashesl no soot With the NcwPedectiea oven it s the best cooking device you cad fluid anywhere M e 112ud 3 s ir Iwa ctumelra cbunaers H di x osabr jnntwd zud3lh or New riiotthWdrCkJC p kcntpioil r Standard Oil CompY on t k e1IMNiSLBOONE AXLE Wa8e Low vmc STOLL OIL tr SloaJXS A LiRinvfeivt for CougI Cold Crorup SlfeThroaf5Jin Neck- Rheurnafism and iMiNeuralgia itt De lers PrIce 5 50 e 100 ft03loansCattle Hogs Poultry Address Drrl S Sloan G15Al1ny BotQoMa s rAnd dont have to grease but once a week by CIA C CO 1 all 51 1I r 5 c oR U T UdTOH RffStDENT cfEWtlt tEETH EXTflACT ii J tP ITFQUT PAINS- k j rnoa EIgt Block up stairs r 0i 4 PRINGF1ELDEYs Idf2I lntal Work Strictly i t Firstclass 4 J t g jijiiiuii5V 74 j tJPkyi1iciu ul Surgeon l 0ilc hours 8 to 9 a m1l t HX f Jit 1 to 2pmf QJKces verHpy dons Drugstor f iii Lampton M D t i Offkt IB Onra House e OftlcePkoie No 5 Mencc No 38 41t I it FGRIGSBY 1WTORNEYATLAW XJIHce overPcoploB Hank 8PRINOFIELD KY ir MlW HYATT ior Office over Reel Cross Drug Jl rSjfeife Office hours Hyatt 1030- lic 4r pmft jtjj JOHN t MAYES jfUMERAlUIECToRi 1ANIID UCESEftEMIIALMEB J 1trTELE PHONE riI DAY NIGHT 74 SEBIHflHELDn jp i 1rfJ RTW f TRUSTY PRACTICAL 1 1 DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber f1J J1tjwork reasonable prices ft U worf guaranteed f UNGFIELDKY iiA dRailroadr Schedule itt BipoTlowing is the time schedule novv lin effect on tbe Baidstown- r and Springfield branch railroad ijti Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 prn Bardsiown Junctiob 522 p mi Bardstown 6c6pm arrivesIt Springfield 655 p m J No42Leavcs Springfield in GVoOia m Bardstown 645 am Bardbtown Junction 730 a m- aViyes at Louisville 820a m r t I v Noi 43 Leaves Louisyi4io p729am Bardstown Juoctioi J 55ia m Bardstown 1005 a t atIies at Springtiet11140 p t No 44Leaves Sprlagneld a t F lOOp mr Bardstown 220 p miI iBardstown Junction 410 p rDI arrives atLoufsville 545p n r fi u Fruitt and Shade Trees 5tL 0 T vtiawberry Plants tj jA siar gus BlackberiiS Rasp bestrie8j Rods Ilhubaif Gc J 1Vrtt for free att1gue We pave no aaents tt 1 rl ihs lli11eiiijeyer uLJt j f Lexington lly 4 Jf ti 1 BigMbcl OtVlfJ t make tIe seaaon ttII j place d a jlHS fixm FtedEtielS rt LttucvuKy 4 f 8 To Insrea Living Cutt i3gMacis bybrielaio- JVirmRsons KpanJab Jt6k tout of Jentiot sired b Ropier J cfFhbyGp1Yopd fep fI ainpd on all cot sEt s CjreVpa mtin u service ft er K vj Vi WILLETt r f tAnna E Hobbs j 1 EXPERT Scien4Uc Manual fhera eu jlfor Masseuso c4nbe seen a t office tirat dwelling house ror hf lll dysediies4aysJ6 and fridays r3haraes J u mbleHeit oJII J irferet e Cell cr Riilc for f Verms r PuNo 201 eW1U ilaneyacd Bidder fili- aBACKACHEF SS r Lca1UappehInsoThtcrestr r TUI W NL the Freshesti and Latest 11andAcqualntancesI ndS TI 0PIC311 I t M nnnDJUJft nnnnnnftftJnnnnrinuu 5RQnENrood cow pasture S Po Derringer j i1JL 0oodt Jersey oc or hOtthornC1 w E F DoneIlvI ltJoju to the wire of a boy Brnto the wife of Harveyj- Leachman a boy iH PoH SALE Poland China Boars GL Whorton 4 FOR RENTTwonice rooms over Shader Mullicaris grocery L A Barns i Patties using stationary sprink lersmust cut them out at once Springfieid Water Light Co Tlie ladies ot the Christian church will givea dinner county court day in September DntmissUfhe Elopement of Ellen Friday night Us pleas d others audit will please you FOR SAEOne mch cow Call On H M Grundy at Grandy Mclntires Mr Ed Milesand Miss yirgie Nally were united in marriage at S t Rose Tuesday J Foit SALE Pure bred 0 S O MBle Pigs Wm Summers ackville Kyrr STRAYEDFrqnrny placejast week a young Jerbey cqw B D Lake The Qfcal court met Tuesday or ttye purpcse of transacting ome matters of imporLance to the county QAn ice Cream supper will be gien by the Mackville Literary Sociely at the school building Friday night June 23 Admis sion 25 c ntgjt Everybody m vlled oIL Friday night June 23d the Springfield Dramatic clubl Will present for the secod time to the citizens of the community The Elopement off Etten17 The play is to be given for the bene fttof Presbvterian church FIfit Use WhiIoRosc FLour if youwant nice light white cake Use Ben Johnson Flour Mfghy Williisbnrg Roller Mills SWAPPED CoATSrThe party who swapped coats with meat the Skating Link on Saturday night June 10 will return same to the NewsLeader office where he will find his Mine had a bank book in the pocket Will Jones At a meeting of the Washing ton County Fair Association held Tuesday lion T S Mayes tendered his resignation as Sec retary and W D Clajbrooke tecdered his resignation as Treasurer Mr M yes was then ilected Treasurer and Mr Clay rooke Secretary An annual event that is always ooked for to with great expec tation is the opening hap nt raiham Springs which will be ext Tuesday night The fami ly of Mr John Day are makingS i success tf this famous summer resort this year and its prospec s ire brighter than ever before The school trustees of the ounty yill meet at1 their re pec Mve meeting places in each edu atlon1l division Saturday June 24 at2 oclock for the purpose of electing teachers for the nex rschbol year Il is necessary hat all the trustees be present irird nominate a tteacher for this school s Hon T S MayaK has receiy jvd an important appointment in Washington City having been appointed by the Committee on the District of Columbia ofI which Representative Ben John oniis member to audit ery important matters relating 0 the fiscal affairs of the district vlr Muj os has bad considerable experience us an actuary andi his appointment is a very pro nounced recognition of his abiii sy in this line Mad Dog On la SuViday morning dog wned by Mr Neal Robhtb fctar ed out through town lUng every dog that c me in bisreach I r IIn his tourse he is kndwn to jhaye bitten the dogs of WK jRubartepn WE Greene A R Shullz Mrs W S Goode Mrs Bettls TB F laUgher Willic l Statman and Jchn Thompson j the dog was immediately locked up nod kept up until yes tdrdaywhehit was established beyond a doubt that it was suffer ing from hydrophobia in a very Violent form As soon as this wes ascertarned it was killed by Marshal Grace The above named parties are theTeforo notified to at once lock up their dogs or kill them andpreferably kill tHem It has been several vears sirice thHe Was any prey alence of raoies among dogs and it is well remembered that its spread which atone timo was alarming was arrested only by the slaughter of every dog that had in any way been exposed to being bitten It looks as if the trouble is again breaking out as his is not the first cry of mad dog heart this year and we think it highly necessary and prudent that every dog that lhas been bitten be sacrifice- dMedleyShannahan Miss Mary Sophronia Medley and Mr Patrick J Shannahpn were united in marriage nt st Rose yesterday aU9 Oclock a m at a High Nuptial Mass The Wedding March and music for the oc sibn was furnished by the St RUse choir under the di rection of Mrs Bffte Robertson Mr Al Mudd sang a beautiful solo as the ceremony was being pronounced The bride vore a spit of Brown silk with bat to match The Church was beauti fully and tastefully decorated for the occasion wi h ferns and potted plants The attendants were Messrs John Polln and Alphonso Med ley Mr Shannahan a pon of the late Matthew Shannahan and iis an industrious and prosperous nelghborbter of Mr Tnomas J Medley andI Js a popular youag llady with many friends who wish them much happiness After the core mony they left yin Lebanon for asrort bridal trip ThompsonHudson Ooe of the pr tlest weddings that has been syitndssedat Pleas ant Grove for a long time was tha which on yesterday at high noon united the lives of Miss Mabel Thompson and Rev Har ry S Hudson The church had been beautifully decorated for the occasion The wedding march was beautifully rendered bv Miss Lizzie Waters and as the ceremony was being performed Mr Win Waters Jr sang For Loves Sweet Sake tJ The bride entered ou the arm of her brother Mr Jjlmes Thompson who gave her in marroge The groom entered wift his brother Mr Clfton Hudson Messrs Evan Hagan Nat Thompson Ed l Litsey and Davison Reed were the ushers The bride wore a traveling suit of gray and carried pink roses Miss Roe Montgomery the bridesmaid wa dressed in white embroidered whh Marquisette The bride isI daughter of Mrs Alice Thompson and the late Nath tnelltj Thompson and- is a yoint la ly of many ac complishments Her maoy charms have mtide her a social favorite in tile younger circles of the county While the groom is a promrnenl youcg Presby terian minister andis now pas tor at SharpbunV Ky Im mediately after the ceremony they lo ft jin an automobile for Sharpsburg Memorial Service On next Sunday afternoon at 14 fouroclqck a memorial service for the loved and lamented Judge W E Selecman will be held at the Baptist church Tha- I t followingbrief addresses will be delivered Asa follow member of the bar Mr aohn W 3Vil As christian q in the town Rev R E C Laws6n 4lAs a Yoke fellow through the years Mr Taylor Spalding As his Pastor r knew him If Rev Wi H Will iams All are very cordially invited to attetfd the services Oliildren CryFOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA I VENERABLE LAWYER Passes Away at Hisi Home in This City Sunday If words of pr isec ningffqm sincere hearts are any crileribn of up fehtness inLhis life then the life of Judge Wm E Selec man who died Sunda is with out stain for from iegray haired citizens ofthe county to tthe beardless youthn all spoke in trms highlybthm ending his honorable and honors life Judge Selecman wa born near Bloomfield iff NeUca County Kentucky April 28ili1843 BndI was the son of Job i F and Lucy McKay Selectna u His grandfather Itfuniy Sfclec man emigrated from Virginia to Kentucky in 1819 ana Ibcatecl in Nelson couiiiv W n MdKay his matoriiftr grandiatuer iemi grated from Virginia in 1788 After being admitted to the bar iiiS 1868 he came t6 Sprio field and practicted his professioii un til his death SIt 1870 he was elec ed County Attoney for Washing ton County and served four yoarV In 188S i he wusi ctedCouut Judge ands served with dislinctu ti Shprtly alter comix encing the practice of law he was united in cmarilagel son to which union three chi d ren were born tw cf vyhdm with his wife survive- i Mr t Selecman tJuJa lively interest in church affairs and was for years President of theE Spritjg field Baptisi Sunday School Qiass Mr Sele man was u genth man at iill times and places and on all occasions andi dignified in his bea ing toward the lowest as well as toward the highest In his home huj wash hospitable to all one by his door anJturnedno life he vas ward each child an affection salc dom seen He mad his child ren his companions jnd tOt k an interest in all that concerned them A characteristic o the Judge which more than another one of his many virtues vas his f9nd ness for youag peo le and hist efforts toaid them io advance especially can this ie observed liy the younger met bers of them iit Springfield bar A id nq young lawyer who w1ear leslly trying torise in his profession can say that Judge Selecma i ever threw a stone in his path Orfthe pon trary his tid vice was freefygiven to them all and any words of en courugement that h gave show ed bj the very man eriid which they were given tnc y came fromll a heart yearning todo goodb While he was fearless ithe disii charge of bis duly and usedb every honorable m ans to prottect bis clients iit terests He never debased his p rofession by stooping to any thing mean andC abhorred the lawyer who wouldb resort to trickery and chicano todwin his case He realized that he belonged to a profession tbatf had an ethical side to it and heII never forgot to uphdld its dignity and was always found courteous to his fellow members of the bar In all his life both public and private he livedJfaJfa t consistent Christian was a manS who not only had his ideal be- tlid up to them He did not draw his tandard of tight and wrong and expect every other manto measure up to it but endeavored to live hi own life sI he felt it ought to e liyed He had his convictions and was feat less in advocating them although in his amiable wa withouti offence to any an His life will te ptin honored remembance and n w when i tliej closing chapter of hU noble lifej has been completed one and nIlj can truly say This was Wnon1t At a meeting of thi Springfield bar held at the Court Hal in Springfield Ky JuncrlDtlj 1911 here were pres ent Judge I H Th irman John W Lewis W C life hord T Scott Mayes WP Grigsby WiT ClaybKMjke Chas M McChord Jnrshal Duncan Joe Polin and John olin and officers of the Court and Co irity officials On motiOn resolved that udge I H Thur man act as Chair an and Marshal Duncan Secretary The chajfman announced that the n eeting was called lor the purpose ofr taking such action a ithe membersof the bar might deenj appropriate con cerning thp death of Judge William E Selecmanwho died Sunday June 18th 1911 at seven oclock am Oh motion resolve that the chairman appoint a committee on solutions that the sentiments of th se who have been theIntimate associat s of Judge Selec man might be appro iriately expressed The chairman appoi ted the following committee John W Lewis W McChord and T SJcott Mayes who after a time reported and moved the adoption of the following preamb an resolutions t 7 r1 R I- W I t 1I 1 1 Proctor Enott Chautanp Association t IINLORPORAD t 3Ir r ne 28 to July S inclusive i IIeantifaliJ Grounds An Ideal Spot PorCa plDgg andd bating0 g I GGGreaf pWMIbr AttrasiiimsJ tStII M j 11NOTE THEFOLJaWIIN PgOCJRAM f f U MUSICAL vit j J i IIDiljr Base Ball Games t Musical Four The Strollfcrs LaBarge Musical Go a7I AI Monts Concert Band A series of base bill games hasp been arangedIbw LECTUREStens representing norirby towns There wil1be gai- I TbanewgindGovRobert IJiOklahoma Boh L B Stringer Dr J A Steel Miss Mary Stand will te alequate so accommodate the specUtprs Mnd Agnes DoyleDrL B York and many others l J the games will be more interesting han ever before 1 4 Grand Fir6 Works OnJtie Night ojf July 4thfTliswiJJ be almost spectacular exhibition atid this attraction alone will be wbrththe t pricb off a season ticket iB SEASON TICKETS Adultv2j5 Children 125 Single Admission 35c lliAddress for 5information lw UU1LLEY Lebanon KyfI V Seldom has a event of the kind caused such general sorrow in this county as the deslth of Judge William E Sele man who died at his residence t in Springfield Ky on Sunday morning June 18th 1911 at seven oclock Sen ible of the great loss sustained by the community and ourselves his colleagues at the bar and the officers of the Court we bear testimony to his worth as itizen and in his profession He an able careful and faithful wasI eafe and honorable counsellor a ous and true friend He leaves to I family the best of all heritages tainless name and a career utterly without reproach He was ways modest retiring and Unobtrusive g ostentation but fearless when duty called and his convictions deman ded action In a word for correctness and purity of life his career is unique There is nothing connected with it that is not noble and good rind ihe example of that life must ever exert in the community where he lived so long a wholesome and elevating influence Hei as gone to his reward We ask that this sincere tribute to his memory be spread upon the records of the Circuit 1 and County Court of Washingtoh that an attested coPy of it be furnished his family with assurances of our tenderest and lasting sympathyJ and deep sense of the great loss we nave sustained in common with them As a further testimonial of our esteem and affection for Judge Selecman who so honorably and usefully served the peo pie of this county as County Attorney and Judge of the County Court by elec ion of the people it is our purpose toj procure a portrait of him and request the County Court to allow us to suspend in the Court House and as a further ark of respect we his colleagues willII attend the funeral in a body JOHN W LEWIS W C McCuoRD T SCOTT MAYESI A Good WdnuMi dIThe death of Mrs Sarah E Grundy which occurred atVal ey Hill od IastTlleeday morning reals the circle in a large lam ly of brothers and sisters bersI intIthisintI hild of the late Aathony and Ann Garland McElrov and was Idayj Springfield was a yery small Ulgrowwhat it is now On December 21st 1852 she t vas married tp Palmer Grundy who with the followingchildren survives Mrs May E Hundley andMrs J Y Mayes and Messrs C R T A and H M Grundy Mrs Grundy was a devoted and affectionate wife and mother and will be kindly remembered bv many friends as a good neighbor and a good christain woman wjtb high ideals and who lived an up right life being a worthy model for her children 1childrenshei Mrs Mary It Hughes of Bloomfield Mrs Nicholas McDoweli 1and Mrs Mattie McDowell of Danville Mrs Emmet Field of Louisville and Messrs Hugh Mc Elroy of Kansas City Mo 0 R A CV Taud John I McEll roy of this place The funeral services o cnrred from the Presbyterian Church yesterday and the remains w6re tail to rest iu Cemetery Hill The many floral deslgnB attested the esteem in whch she was held NoolJlll Mrs Nannie Noonan died at her home in Bardstown Saturday uf heart disease Mrs Noonan istwell remembered here being the widow of thq late Mathew Noonan who died a few years ago Prior lot her marriage she was a Miss feogsdon and was about 60 years of age at the time of her death She was married 0 Mr Mathew Noonah jvhenL luite oung and they iesidedt tlthe TFenwick neighborhood up until a few years irior to his J death when they moved tp 1 Bardstown Ky tMrs Noonan was aj nqost ex Christian wpman and stood ever reedy tof extend a helping hanfl to those in distress As ve knewhernonightyastob darlt or weather too cold for her to go on her missions of jtihrisr tian charity to the bedside ofthe1 sich ordjing to alleva e tie sufferings of the afflicted tot minister untothe dying or to extend consolation the bereaved A life filled with such acts as these must surely haye its crown of reward in tbelifA to come PEReO Atll Mr and Mrs EveRett B r1 of Barrodsburg are visiting the home of Mr andMrs J Y Maye Mrs Emmett Field of LcTuisi yule and Mrs Peter Nicholson lof New York were here yestei rS1PalmerrS1 1Missouri1 Mnand MrslSaoa Hll cLFiI Scott Kansas are visiting friends and relatives here MrI Wise of Ijouisyille is j here this week t MrJas F Thom soa and Indi1anapoJisi daughter Miss Lebntine of Greensburgi attended the ThompsonHudson weddinghere yesterday I visitinfI Miss Alice Francis Thompson lMii s Francis Martin left this morning for a trip to Lexington aLd Danville J IMrs ArJie Brown and Miss Brownie Martin are visiting rel atives alrbanville MrsM I Lake of Hunting tonWVa iis visiting her son Mr B D Lake Judge IH Thurman and wife ItLexlngtoIt Mr and Mrs Otho Hatchettj Miss Minnie McOIellan and Mr Warren McClellan were in Lex ington and Al Frankfqrt last week J Miss Wit la McElroy is visiting iMri ter Miss V hitney of Packard Kyj visiteii here thefirst of the weekI JMrs Margaret Leachnidn Norman entejrtuinEd at 1 oclock 2LuncbepnMrs Mike Fitzgerald visit ing Mrs Decatur Dragco at Hlllsborujhis week JudgoLlti Thutmantfnd Hon Wl O McQbord were in Greens burP Monday Mrs Haden Moise of Louis yule andiMrs Ann Hays are the gutgis of Mrs Margaret Norman Ma vand Mrs Nick Ray o Tennesse are th e guests otMr WfWMr Wm Vance who formerly traveled this county selling frufl te1sumev Cures Scab 1r7tJt Ift by with an approved dip Minors 1Jit1 approved dIp Jgold Ib flaydon RQlierson L 1i = LT rNoTIoEI l The following few items we dire to call ytH r Iattention to whereby you can save money ndatthe same time get reliable goods V Sae our see OUrqttlland I Blue t i Perfection 4 1 Enameled te Oil Stoves I Anew lot of P i DIAMOND 1DGEIIWater Colors f Razor Sefoor eOri See our line fII Roofing Iando K Freezers t I IIPlumbing t Ai when in CLEAVER town I I Ii f Ift1nl11ke Ipj j GoodPhin s I ri I IomAino pur attractive sbbpad- gaze on the app etizin Icaepi LIaIbI d and conJFejctionery They look goodad are food I They Wii fr1ake SS You 1 J Hiingry W v 7 v V I and if you taKe some home the fmmiJy will UM Iyou Everything ftomLowiyzCiioc1itst to OWj special mince pie is the hast ofitstKiiMJl ltll itair well made and perfectiydelicKHis J tI Give us a call l 1 SSS vif K tFITZGERALD I witItS- HERTLfll t iBefore or After the Fire 1 When to youwant the right kiixlIIPP1icyt RmteWv ttofpolicy can not be chant i jedafttthefire f ft3utbeforpthefireyocantnoxacs4 iect t ataMglitS 1 wilt guarantee to you thfuWi1IMO Ms jfJUmf ISv I have only companies that arc onau j tX fact one has been continually biusmNs f 16 years f i t SeemeJetneprotectyouii t f fire and tornado y 11- DaI 1- t I t ri iitse3Mjen1tI 1 to The NrIJ andg Loui A t f = Tii1f i v c HE ASKEDTHELrpII 4 A TftJjcnpii- F Pltletljwi Hpto the jMMtAMPil W Oft boe1ecperl in iHr1 fr flffiflttf Hew I II iv t I PSSJ rteat JLll 1 clerk were i It ftM MIIO IavI- t wOr flCOKit- x elwM ret1II Lsyeff tb HI tred He gacM 0ut w t pe clwd tk youa sttpqrr j ttr1Je aSked k o priB Sd MM IMtthapd ibis tlesk and eM HIJOfl Iakb tlie other looked up sprJHpM eel tlifrclikC at Jito clbQWC I pardeewieiS you lICat tit erbeaed I 1IJ 1 th methat waSI aa as itet0 ThrgSaced sbqtit UseI t kee to tW Ieciock and Mid 14S ts 1I4 Till MM maD N aaivee p4eMtat aIId strolled Ne tIMK cM TeT tfcifl cost the JOtlBg irtlnipir hW Hcia the passenger fi Im Ll r reI tH irtae HBH Nine yiim fetor W wataMMaat feaeral rMi Mle1tt1l1Ie the thlr a1tMftl erf1IUI t RAMO TOY WRITINGJ A1IMtt 1i Diieas MsM i W11st wJj ItI 1Jt6Ik1ece O the wIz BM C anTfMHa BMMt be awarded to AW Miiri CWBM who died With over LNbItto yrcredlt in all of which Ji ha S M ffcare According to Mr i ArthW IV DarMMn one of his blog pea iw itt fl declared that h- encepped otiflQ his mind tidte e otanovel or a play the iredVgWai practically accomplished Meet awre writing Pf It presented 1 fTAMIailrj and coald be performed ai- 1tHt iMtiic pea cpvtd travel Someonj iiiljittt thIs the result was a wager W DiTs JNI la his head tthe pIano t tfce CJWtalier de laMalfon Rouiell e w44ck be bad not yet wtltten a J firIte made a bet of 100 louts i 4 tbat MWft M write the first volume otI i iKe Mrei to seventytwo hours TbEI TetaBtt ras to be formed by seventy j lye large foolscap pages enc page ce taiBg fortyfive lines and each Ma ifty letters In sixtysix hours IDsssiii b t tIoBe the work In bIg fair JA yiwtef baaa disigtired by no erasions net te btt was woe with six hours BareLondon Chronicle vT n g PIANO HARDWARE iJI dMmiyVh Buy Parts and RepalrThetr 4 Instruments at Home 1oh Ji notion of piano hardware isI 5p Jlkeirto be that It is material of van t ousortiinlledln the manufacture and VrejpWr of pianos an idea that would i iCetB tire maw correct but at the r l MUM4itt there Is inpre or less of j I sueh HsaferhU sold at rctafltoprlvale dwliers of pianos who may be skilled jUT theuse of toots and who undertake 1 t tpdo their own rcpdlriug to save ei pchse and such purchasers may in elUde wen who have no knowledge of ISI muslcr though they may have the me j I chanical expertness required for the mjcb-i iObTl sly no great skill is required t ihreplacfccr d broken caster A man can buy a single caster and put It o- ntI fclmself if he wants to or he could to manner replace a broken hinge or ja screw and he can buy any of these ililng1 But the home repairer doeS more ambitious work stiltas for In j stance he may replace a broken wire He can buy piano wire of precisely tlbe right gauge and he may under take this jolt an4 get away with itor vhe may replace one or more broken keys or hammers Not long since a man who bad bought a pretty well wora secondhand piano for lQ boughtt for It a complete new set of hammers which ke put on himself a Only men pf hal skill ban do suet Jobs oasfthis but in a tpwn of this size there are enough mali who do then t owS pIanp Tepairhig to make it pay to tI1 i ikeep piano hardware on sate at retiilL New York Sun TwV Freaks if Nature j two cOBtrastlnjsr freaks of nature are t I thc Island of Fire and the Lake oft Know The Island of Fire Is called 1 the Home of Hot Devils It Is situat ed in the midst ot a large lakfe of lag mud In the island of Jajra e t anl1Jes which arlse1from thi tJckytlIiuld form themselves nto j bios attaining a diameter of frre or six feet and gallmg high up in thqair like balloons carried hither and thIther by the wind and finally exploding with a loud crash The biggest snow lake Is Seen from i the summit of Hlspar pass fn the Ka fraoren range Irfit wore than 300 i a aqaar miles in area In Switzerland Ute sea of Ice might better be called the seaot snow as the surface Jsbro keni up by solar heat which makes a KMudngln thejce giving it e tpejnceof snow 1 t A Great Scenlo Highway oThb finest scenic highway In west ij America for automoblllsts ddrivers t equesimhins and all other classes c j tourtatswho scorn tbe railways rat Ir tie haste and smoke is now under jkcoastruction by the IlrIUshColumb 4 jjf it Tovcrnment By this time next year 4 r q f ft wUlh completed at a cost of for fj tit uwUaka of connecting road new toMfesaad extensive repairs to es tabltehed trunk roads if r rl09O OO or l This nei nH system is to ontlnue for 1200 j r lfieWIUt a single uaavoldablo intcr rHptiot where ferry is taken across tfce gulf of Georgia from Campbell i riter far up Vancouver Island to r4S Crptrs yeattilnss at the aumnlt of Il J 1 4i1j llockles Argonuut L i U3HTN1NG VERSUS STEAM testing the Telegraph tn the Early Days of Its Invention Years when tho VJectric telej crrapb wre a new kiwi nnd i mystery un1Ioaturdayand The business of the day had closed and the balance was not right There was a deficit ofjustfloQ It Wa the money but the error that orust be found For the officers and the clerks there could be no sleep until the saystery bad been cleared up All that Eight and all Sunday a force of mea were busy money was surely gQae from the vaults hut no one could discover whence On the following jnorolng a clerk suggested that the mistake might have occurred in packing for the West In dies some boxes of specie that had been sent to Southampton for ship ment His chief acted on the sugges lion Sere was an opportunity test the powers of the telegraph lightning against steam and steam with forty eight hours the start Very soon the telegraph asked a man In Southamp tonuHas theaflip Mercator sailed The answer came back Just weigh lug anchor Stop her In the queens name flashed back the telegraph She Is stopped was returned Have on deck certain boxes marks given weigh them carefully and let me know the result telegraphed the chief This order was obeyed nnd one box was found to be aonxwheie about one pound and ten ounces heavier tbanj ItS mates Just the weight of the missing sovereigns All right Let the snip gol was the next order j The West India hOuse was debited with the 100 and the Bank pf Eng land was at peace agalnHarPera- WeekII Hallucinations of Henbane reputedonnary hallucinations Dr Houlton relates that some monks who ate tbe roots by mistake for parsnips trans formed their monastery into a lunatic asylum One monk rang tlie bell for matins at midnight and of those of the community who attended some could not read others fancied the letters were runnfng about like dnts and some read what was not In their looks Even the exhalations from these pretty but very poisonous flow era produce these weird effects West luster Gazette WOMEN IN PORTUGAL Dig In the Fields and Do Laboring Work In the Cities A good port of the farm work is performed by the women who see no reason why they should regard dig slug hoeing and plowing as tbe work of men alone rue man who owns a few acres of land will often leave its cultivation to hIs wife and daughters while hellabors as carpenter tstone mason or cooper for caskmaklng Is HeI to get a as a waiter in one of the numerous hotels hi1 seaside resorts for the country has thousands of continentall and English vIsltoA Women share in the heavy work of the cities as welL There afe felnale porters laborers on the docks market tenders and oven women coal heavers fishermen pit rather fisjierwpinen and sailors They areas strongand hardy as their husbands and brothers and seem to stand long hours and hard bor as well Of course it rather takes away the glamour of romance when onesees a young woman with finely chiseled features and beautiful bVick eyes dig ging with spade and inattockjOr berry ing a basket of coal into a ships hold with as much ease as the American girl plays tennis and golf Women seers happy under what we would consider bard conditions so the reformer would probably have his labor for fits pains If he suggested a change In this department of Portuguese national ex istence Christian Herald CROCODILE TEARS Old Legends That the Brutes Shed Them Over Their Prey There was an old story to which we Ond constant reference In Elizabethan writers that crocodiles wept over their prey No doubt the legend arose because the crocodile possesses large ly developed lachrymhl glands but It appears In various amusing forms As early as the fourteenth century In Slandevilles Travels we find In xhat contra ben great plentee of Coka Irllles Tbeise serpentes sl4n men and lIhel eten hem wepynge foAn odd turn Is given to the tale by the n arrn or of one of Sir John Haw kina voyages Whether he was n mar tied roan or not WP da not know but he writes His nature Is ever when he would have his prey to cry and ob like a Christian body to provoke them to cpme to him and then he snatched nt thOrn And thereupon vame this proverb that Is applied unto women wh n they weep Lnchrynine roooglll the meaning whereof Is that As the crocodile when he crleth pocth them about most to deceive so doth a woman most commonly whpn she weepeth In Fullers Worthies there Is the added Information that the crocodiles teiri are never true save when he Is f9rced where arougrowbth Shako speare Spenser and Dryden allude to this old world fancy iding- The Old Friendh understand that 1your practice Is getting bigger The 1YoungD c or Thats tnie My patientt i1bas gamed nearly two pounds in the lust month Wanted Help Wife crying in u troubled dream Help Help Hub Joor denv Won tying about the Kenant problem ever In her sleep Boston Transcript fJ f Fore Telling 7i A 1Mn sks iea sssidtieit the ose UN 8 ttow am t = e Hffc H si Bi se health Is BCfcHecting the ttiiiMi ai tit Ie t Jiiiae For without hedth iMiad4bet dress v 1rbSISkhie Mete lpaireday oeraJly A tuIW the ne of Dr Pifee Favorite rre enptioa rW Scy years palMwracked1It rdJ 5HIIHIeIlI IOSSdtDCbyLMtsefrNZri DieawyiGMy Fwav DseT a oo The7ss Ciiee 3iL4 M 5pt 4s bti4 eees ssss E 57 Or SHOCKED TtfE GtirDE Antics of an Irreverent Visitor at tho National Capitol A big man with u tierce bristling gray bvaid riad wearing a frond brim jnttf slouch lint marched down the niaUi corridor of the capitol closely dOJtrotTlieyhad fJItor had wade no other comment on the sights shown him than to utter an occasional grunt snort or growl Tire big man paused at the end of the corridor and Jerked his head ward carpeted passage Whats them burglars doing day be demanded The senate Is not In session sir salcLthe guide In a shocked jrolce After the visitor had departed the guide sat down oa his chair Infront of the statue of Daniel Webster and mopped his heated brOw Thats one kind that comes here he said We have all kinds but his stylel Is the hardest to deal with Called the senate burglarsyou heard him and he kicked at everythIng else I showed him That kind comes pre pared to kick They aint got no pa triotism dt nfl and a United States senator aint no more to them than a doorkeeper Why Im afraid b6 take menUke him Into the supreme eourjtj Likely as not theyll say something disrespectful right Out 10udDQYou know what that one said when I show ed him statuary hall 1He says Who are all these crooks Then be wanted to know how much all them statues cost the government and who got the Takeoff Itol4 Win they were Jlven by the states and he said that was one when the stats put one over You wouldnt think said the guide with a sigh that patriotic Americana could come here and be so callous about the things they see They seem to begrudge giving a dollar to be shown the place where Webster stood when he made his reply to Hayne I dont knoxw what the Countrys coming to Ive been a guide here twenty years but I never thought Id five to hear the senate called burglars Washing ton Cor Kansas City Star tr The brute iTvlsbTtb marry your daughterslr Yon 107 Yes Then yon are In luck I hope so sir 4Yes you are for ahe Intends to marry iou Progression At four the boy woufd think it fine To be conductor on the line At six he has a larger plan He wants to be the motorman At ten as he has grown more wise A barn boss would be just his size When fifteen years have taken wing He wants to own the blooming thing At twenty his ambition slides To own the earth on whlchlt glides Had Cause For Doubts that Justice with the pair of scales Certainly urJJ bet it isa long while since the city Inspector of weights and rueaa urcs lain put his O Kon them How Could He Do you Ocr save auynioney Xo certainly not You should should be glad to butl never raught a dollar hollering to me tocbine suit rescue It He Knew You cant keep a goon man I know you are going to say yon cant keep a good man In this office cud then sny you dont know why I cnn tell you why You dont pay enough Honest About It Do you like to work Very much Indeed Thats encouraging What Is your Jnc Easy marks Called Out Their Food 95 he rough with the men lie orders them about like cattle What does he say to them Hail Belmont Utabfe Disappoint Followers of the Belmont stable were disappointed last year August BMl moot finished seventh In the list pi winning owners for the season His total earnings were 19173 At thb end of the 1008 season tire Belmont wiunlirga7f411C25 CIO In 1008 mpre tbrfn the entire sea sons winnings for 1UK Field Mousu was the best winner for the Belmont colors during last year her total be lug 4WO Bomest f Yale Strong Man D M Bomelster of Brooklyn recent ly won the title of strong ulan of tat freshman class at Yale He made iota of 1712 points against 1011 for V L Samuels and 1575 for F Gil tuorc who was third Of the mewS j bers of the class 63 call tennis their favorite sport 46 walking 33 swim axing 26 baseball 17 football and track athletics This Is the first class at Yale to put football practically at the bottom of the list of Its favorite sports A Long Motorboat Race The Motorboat club of Seattle Wash will hold one of the longest power boat races ever conducted by an American club next August when the cqntest from Juneau Alaska tc Seattle will be pulled off Clay Navy Football Captain Henry S JicK Clay of Arduiort Pa has been elcited captain of th Annapolis football team fur 1010 Clay has played halfback for the aced cmy team in must of the games of the Iut threasedtirni f Drown Bread Two ever cupftils of yellow meal one cupful iif flour twotlIrds of If top ful of molasses one tcaspobnfni of soda dissolved In onethird of cupful if hot water one teaspoonful of salt and one pint of sweet milk Add milk tjrndiially and mix thoroughly and steam for six hours This is a Well tested New England recipe Care of Windows In Winter In order to keep windows free from frost apply a little glycerin nadrY duster A brilliant polish will result If the glycerin Is rUbbed on the inside of the glass Just afterbeiug vaslysd itt prevents fcjeamlng A little kerosene oil added to the water used tuwasblnp will add a polish A Baling Hint When creaming butte nod sugar tor caTtes and cookies add twp tablespoon fnjciif boiling water thtu deduct this sraopnt from other liquid used Beat trail wJthJ spoon and the mixture will peeoHm a light creamy mass In rnwtbM tli lira it wosid otherwise EVERY IJUSINISS MAN Fcogni ses the importance of conducting all business detail b telepht n bath local and longdistance It is economy in saving of tim and money Unexcelled telephone service can be had t overtl 4 lines of the CuraberlandTelephoneiand Telegraph Ccm parry Long distance connections to all important points in the United States rates reasonabe service the best 1t COMBERLAND TErjEPHONJJT I EGRAPH C iPANY Incorporated 1 The Sleepy Donkey A man near Mead UlePa has a Innocent looking sle py little donkey which he keeps In a yard back of house For some Uu e every dog bls1 passed made It a paint to stop und bark at the long ear d animall Finall Jy the man became i rpvoked and one day when two big ogs growled and tried their best to jjt mp the fence the man quietly opened the gate and let them in If they bad been Siberian bloodhounds the bar ilng brutes could not have rushed w th more ferocity upon the seemingly stupid little aul mol with long shagW hair and ears Prancing arodnd hmi on both sides nd watching thfeli chance to grab tim by the throat 6tb together thEt dogs like a brace ol ravenous wbivea laztl1outed most oblivious his danger Tbe dogs grew fiercer As both were about to catch hi throat In their teeth the donkey wtb the speed of n lightning flash low red his bead and dashed toward ther eanest dog as If to butt him Round amTound the donkey whirled as If m a pivot Then hJs heels flew outj slid the next In stunt fifty pounds it dog went spin ning through the at The tate of dog No1 was only an iggravatlpn to No 2 He snapped an growled more tuz rlonsly at the donk y than before In twp minutes more bdwer the sec ond savage assail Jit was cavorting over the turf in somersaults and the donkey hail closed his eyeS again and retired on his inure s Seals Marve OUt Instinct The Instinct of he seal Is marvel puswrJtes Sir Ed rard Morris In The Wide World Alaga neIt will leave Its young n the ce In the morning and going doWn hrongh a bole remain away all day swimming in search of food Return In in the evening It will locate Its off pring In the same patch among bu idreda oit thousands qf other baby set Is notwithstanding that the Ice mrfy have Reeled or tirifted fifty or sixty mlle during the day from wind an I tide and not with standing that thej patch amy extend thirty or forty miles fromr one end to the other Wbethjer this Instinct Is of the class that enables the bird without any mark or chart in a forest with waybacknest I do not kn w but H Is cue of those wonders in nature before which human knowleagt Is brought to a full atop I PoulWy Notes A good dust bath Is the hens best cure lot lice Mi Keep the nppefjte lusty and healthy but dont starve the blrd The healthy ten ti usually active and likewise thej active hen Is usually healthy L In return for the money Invested poultry brings as good prbHta as anything upon the farm No onecau raise fowls and eggs so economically as tint farmer Every thing the poultrymUn must buy the farmer raises scaly legs may be prevented or cured by using lard atfd sulphur The color at the leg will also be improved by the use of this Place a box of dry wheat bran where the fowls and chicks can get it at all times I1tVis good for them arid they cannot eat too much If they do not eat It readUy at firsts mix a little coarse comment or millet with It as- sOrta of bait lt wont be long before the bran box will attract them with autthe meal or millet election of Seed Seed selection is one of the most 1m portant details connected with success ted agriculture and too niucb care cannot be exorcised says liar and Ranch The annual loss from1 plant Ing poor or worthless seed Is enormous and cannot be computed ln dollars and cropthereweeds being Introduced with the cheap seed Only the purest seed la worth planting and It can be obtained only from reliable s4ed houses rThe Farm Wood Lot Every farmer should bate a wood lot dud in the fall be should plant trees to take tbe places of the ones be cut down during the preceding year if peoplp would only take the trouble to plant a new tree for every one they cut down tbe forestry question would solved Hoops For Children The opinion is expressed by men who have made jx study oft exercises for health that It is a pity the skipping rope and hoop have goieout of fash- Ion for children It is suggested they are more excellent mediums for the physical gcyrel opment than bicycles and roller states The fact that small children are lowed to have bicycles and conse quently mnkq po use of naturea means obJcctlonrequlrethemshould be e eourngttl to do this as much as pen lisle trndnalways with a springy step They nctd to jise their feet and legs and exercise that brings tbese Into piny Is ben Qdltl NurseryBabiestake n great delight In throwing thljlr tosou the ground oflin for ttt plimsunx of seelLg the mother llIqk ithum up nrailn or to hear the ants j otnde In Cam Tic the toys with s ft Htrlug to tie childs chair and th y will bci easily replaced without any effort on Ute mjotlierrfor- aursos part The Ago of Competition now higl Is his temperature doe or Well hes closely crpwdlnff the roe Jrtl J1FlneC lntIl Plain healer n1S ron Tally mojp nrpninnlo to eckor utt eltfeetsilpiu boast or ntljtlnyj rsCur1yie JWe sleet omits ip inii ousmcsa young mail YourL13R1ogJ P HOW TO HELP Drivers Are Given Cards of Instruc The North Carolina tlon God IMtads as eoclatlon jis distributIng throughout tha state carjds which rend as follows How 0 Keep This Road For Years use This road was constructed for ypur Dont drive in one track Avoid making uts It nil jusfc one place nil the weai1 will be in on placiynna mnken rut If yoii usea little care and do not drive exactly where the last wagon did the wear will lie distributed which will keep the surface smooth and the rod will remain good for years oth unwise it will soon be rutted and the smooth surface gone It is believed that If those who use the road wjll give n little attention to where they flrlve so as not to drive dl fectly In the samq track as theteate ahead of them has done It will pre vent the roads from becoming filled with ruts arid will have a general tendency to pack thb greater portion of the Toad 4Roads Affect Living Costs The Narfuiml Grange prints an arti ole showinj the relation of tire good roads question to the problem of thf jnerpnsed cost of living rind the nla1 j tlvely decreasing population of the farming districts which are now At tntctlng universal attention The nrti clo shows clearly that improved roads uI increase the productivity of our ttrI make effective cpoperatlou among the Varmers possible create a market tor many of the smaller farm pralupts which are now unsalable af ford better educational facilities for tty formers children and In many ways make country life more deslr able and profitable Just What It Needs The National Good Itoads association mot nt Niagara Fnllsand the most in teresting of runny resolutions was that which called for the cooperation of state and ederaj governments In the gqod work says the florlda Times Union At present the work Is a treat body without a bend What it needs more than anything else Is Intelligent direction to a fixed purpose It will prove cheaper to work toward this end than to change the lines after build- Ing as we had to do with our railroads to make them effective as a whole for the good of all Undo Sam Woht Pay The city authorities of Leaveuworth Kan levied a pavlps assessment against the federal building In that city They were surprised to find later that a federal building site Is a guy rnment reservation the sovereignty over whlob has broil cededr by tire state nud Istherefore not taxable A special appropriation by congress Is necessary to pay for the paving If It Is M be paid The Cooling of the Worlds All bodies in space arc gradually ajv pron chins frigidity Svben a redliel cannon ball Is taken out of a furnace and suspended In mimoalr It parts with its heat nnd keeps on parting with it until It finally reaction the tempera mre surrounding It And what happens to tbe cannon bull is happening to the sun The sun is Wendljy losing its beat and contraqting and the same is true of the planets rind of every other body In space lust as tire arctit circle Is ever encroaching upon tbe temper atq and equatorial regions so tire final chill is steadily advancing upon the warmth everywhere Now York Amer ican A Modest Poet There Is n story told ofa French poet who Inquired of friend and flatterer what lie thought of his last work 1 have arrived at the fifteenth canto he replied with cntliushisnX and think there Is nothing more beau tlful and harmonious In theJanguage Pardon me there Is one thing said the poet Ah perhaps you mean Chateau briands Ahllur Certainly noli I mean my sir teentb canto Testtng HcrtHow would you feel Glarlsse If you and yl were saIling down stream of life together far awny from here now far George H0b far far nway- lId bo so terribly homesick for motherr And from that night this young man reascd his visits Judges LlbrnrvI t thousands Hate Kidney I Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out Pill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours brick dust soli mentorsctUingstringy f Sa condi of the kid too fre nt desire to it or pain in the back arc also symptoms that tell you the kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attention What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remeilyfulfillsrheumatism pain in the back kidneys bladderandeverypartofthenrinarypassage and scalding pain in passing iif or tact effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne oftenthrough andimtnediate hiBllestbecluseofithealth restoring prop erties If you need a fjaiKlIICS medicine you should ydruggists and onedollar sizes ii si freebyniarlhamton N Y Mention this pprand RRootN Y on Ttry Iwttle v rFORR THEEtH1IDkENL Herttfirst Valentine The lloveliest 9t valentines Came in the mall for me My name was on the envelope As plain as plain could be And like grownup letter this Was properly addressed to Miss Myjslster Jread It out to meYou knowl shes five or moreAnd splajned It so youd surely think Shed seen it all before But when X asked who sent It she JUItnill Land shook hefheaa at me And I do really want to know Because Id like you tee To make some one as happy as Some one has just madame Put to make sure PU send neXt year A valentine tQ5ster dear F4 Youths Companion Itof Window Sashes Have you ever thought how and when window sashes came into exist ence Thej word sash tells us that this kind of window was a Dutch in venjion being the Dutch word for sluice The windows derive their name from their resemblance to the sluiceS on the Dutch canals They open In thb same way These Dutch windows appeared In England about tbe same time as Wil liam III cjume from Holland in lasa At first pnly the richest people could afford them Froth England they were Introduced Iinto France Mar shal de Lorge who was the finJt Frenchman to employ them used to invite people to his bouse at Mont njurtre that they might see this won derful novelty In Queen Annes reign we find that sashed windows had becomemore common In England and were mentioned in advertisements tit houses to be let cc sold When the window tax was removed tbe sash arrangement soon got 5to be the com monest form of window jHeart Sachet Valentine The materla needed lor a heart sachet is a little piece of silk cotton batting and mine sachet powder With the picture for a pattern cut 1fromer near the edges leaving an open space at the lower left hand comer about nn inch lotfg Then turn righf side out sprinkle semi sachet powder between the cotton hearts place them together add then very carefully roll them up and insert them In the silk heart opening With the finger smooth it put carefully so that It fits Inihe silk case and is perfectly flat Then overhand or catchstltch the place that Is still open and the valentine is Ished AMy Sweetheart may be drawn on the outside A Gallant Charger Lieutenant Robinson an English fleet In the Royal enginecra has tII horse which be things ought to reccl the Victoria cross for gallantry In ion Lleutennnt Robinson was lead Ing n party in Afghanistan when they were suddenly attacked by a band of Ghntls The fighting was furious for a few minutes and during the height of the battle the lieutenant was spear tIed byn yoUng GbazVandbrought the ground The warrior came up t6 fin ish him when the faithful horse this hedla and lasted out at the G tuedI tvery time he apjiiroached the ed man This defense he until help arrived and tire fled As the horse Is not vI nssalJantsI lieutenant Is flrmIn his horse knew his milstelr was and defended him A Faithful Elephant A nnhirnllst tells an rinqcdoteof an Indian elephant which Js one of the Ibest proofs of the seifee pf tbe nnlmc and of Its power of commun ntlng it thotrghts An eiephYint wasordered to drag a tree which proved too heavy for Its strength It was urgVand exciteI tb continue Its tfforts till the poor Animal broke the chain by whiCh itS was fastened an4 ran away All supposee c It hno escaped to the Jungle where It would mix wljh the wild ele phants nod be seen up more But Iii about an hdur this faithful and sensible servant of man returned accom panied 1iytVoo he elephants and by their united strength the ttree was easily removed The other elephants disappeared after the Work was done and the wlse tame elephant remnlncd Dodgeball Dodgeball is a game that cars V played in the yard pp in the scbocV rom according to weather A ball or small light bean bnglst faI6n theflpor at the front of the mark off a circle three feet in dtam- eler A boy takes Iris place herewith one foot In the circle Ifromit nark about halfway across tire room the puiiib one utter another get aphance to throw tit tho one In the circle Is allowed to doilKe the missile but mfl t nl ways keejIone foot In the ring rViiientlv change tbe target If tha- vntnr is played hi the yard pl 1c dthtr- tj near n building or fence so flint r luillkor brig does not go tU l players I The Indian of Today The progress made i by the Indian during the past fifteen years has greater than in any similar period beenII has advanced In civilization and qOireda working knowledge of various arts and Industries which help to pro vide for his inninteuanccl Twenty five per cent more Indians are self sup porting than ten YlItrs ago wore than this number speak vnongn Fnbih Jar ordinary pUrppsw jiadthereinre n tribes idle Many rrdmc art engnprtJ In luiuberlng muting working pu rail roads digging Irrigation iltclics and most of them wear citizens clothes At the agencies all the Indians are dressed In this way and the return pf large numbers of young Indians clothed us white men Is gradually wearing away rlndlanJiwbodren are at srhoclProgreu Magazine Engaaemtnt Cards Now whoso baby Is ItT asked n young girl as she observed the tiny envelope that had beau handed to her train the morning i osf She could feel the knot of ribbon and tbc tiny at Inched card thrpugli the envelope Well If this tIsnt tho cutest thing I eversawrlsbe criedin isnt a baby at alt lea an engagement Announce mente111id since Its Gwendolyns it surely must be the very latest wrlh kle On the miniature card was the single word engraved In old English Ber trotbedOnncar just beneath It and fittingly insignificant 4n Se waS ftheof tho bride to be The three wise tledttogether with a Ijowkno of whltf etIri ribboaNew York mi jL6 iI 1W1O I UIlIII I or Infants n Cbildre The kind You Hv i BghtIfU4I ri Bears the JLJiJil VI PonfEsI OldWUM0fpIthVIylrt I1INOTNA1COIC IIdtkt7zthi i JIlp7 t J t 4Jt f ik 4 AtS ew 11r h 4J4tZe II 1Sr Womsohtu11skihlsIcwnsr tIonSotzrSInsxhlMa4Q u i U iu i j fSiettOt rJ NEW YOIK Thirty V ears fIOATORtAExact ow of Wraipr eeus eac scw veea enr IIFor Pntlift Service Season 1911 I AIJI Hhufmans Farm Sprif iffeW Ky 11 Bourbonsr Best X45 r III t II1stIDyI 1 any one claiming to know anything bout saddle horse readilyadmit that there is no befter bred horse tkan in or put of Kentucky He Is a young Horse and IICertainll tri hence the future alone can tell what he will dO 1 tring pr in the stud W0 are breeding valuable ahd expect to give him every opportunity to make good bed r up to his peomise well find it 1 out quickly and Fee25 Ta Insure a LiviljCMtt t j I Red Kjg L 2732a r Chestnut 153 hands FeileiJV t tBy Wilsons King 4 2156 V fe plstdathMrs Cropper byeRed Bill 2d darn Mrs G operby Red Bill 3d dam WOodbyBlpe Jeans 3 J IandMontgomeryChi JHiisSs also a registered saddle horse and a goodbredf one be 1 k of the greatest ddleixorsek everownedinI KetnCltp Hels a nice smooth individual andcan rack and trot as fast as anybodys horse Fe 15 to Insure a Uvwi et U I himifToudormtlikirhi4ilook r J 1O Diamonds 1 e withyou or the jack 1ee toInsure colt IGov Piior Billy JackhehyGovdual and proyenvhimsejf a gteat breeder He will serve mares at 10 to Insure a Living Colt I THUKMAN PETERS L SRINGFJELD fl 1Cf JSO Per Cent Better enhave used less than one bottle of Caitiff writes 1I feelingfiftyf I Before taking Carduf I had suffered with fcnule b irreguIaritymonthbutdul ta all my suffering friends J4I akeT CARDIJI The Womani Tonic thernre medklnil herb of CanJui ire wyulA tqr befoundThese ingredients are what give CarcUri Ht ss irtority as a didoeFtlSYtotakthey have Faith in its curative tonic powers because of the thousands of other ladies H has helped Try it today Write Udtet JUMeory Det MeCa Teen jet 1 tnuty MM e JotwIr A