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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 14, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 new1911121401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 14, 1911. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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td be wire fee ativ lo ol lrh I OHJtl j J feat yet ol peculiar iRVerest Ito Aanrican t f BMia aasuoiea baa always aapBiMd tiMTiflhttodiscriaainite tp against AIm IId jews Its IreRt y with thUnItd StsIee MC1ItN fi t tbe right of American citizens to ilt Itraytl find reside in RriMJia t NYlribtIMI it refute the right Jewa eva whei tbtyarefia t lj ttJLvtrtcMis and thereby it YIWN treaty Tbi qtes SWS tiaa k now Brier diplomatic mis J ewiaWi a dtb reIsso ecliajQce that the loaf standing wring- 4 ayberghd fPpar years ago Russia ind GHiat Britain agreed to divide by a line to the north of which KMcia and to Jbe south of e wki b Great Britain should I a sphere of influence baveJi afnMd alliOtot reepect t Mt tin tAe lindependence and ereifnty of Persia The fiaan J fcial and other aff4irs of the coun- tryiwere im 4 Zrij blf ul condiUp tS ersia cboM am American tcj put- teJJee affairs in order Hei bee le greet progress in the work J s MtelyI Rusjsiuhas made obi pfo one of his appoin ments aa fretBritain baa sustIued Rwjisia Mr Sbuster the Am Ttjfif treasurergeneral shows con ltVR1y that their action is t rect blow at the sovereignity- ofPersia and a repudiation of tThjregreement andtbatlfTthey- h u1dbesucceeeIu3hisautbbrityI lI would be taken and his efforts Ion r reform made unavailing Hb has 1 J madeg galianV tight and the sympathies of his countrymen are with himST All hese matters i illustrate anew tho fact that the day pf American provincialism 1o past anii that tie United States lias become in a real sense onejof the family of nations 1AI maly frequently r atiert IJ The wont men often live tie HI adt eBaltel A t r T t tI J J ifjl r G DECEMBER ttONDIflONSl At LoukvilU Cktd By Dims WkIy5Tra- Report Thert bu lot yet Wen any der cW d reoewailil1 trade activity in j this market and while some una KOVMitntia noted in certain di rctio8 it it riot sufficiently gee Jtal tofcfcMttsfaotorj Jower jpcicfs have stlaalMid the future baying of hardware and stoves and bor manufacturers are nol rtceivlBg numerous orders but saddlery and harness manofac turers report business very slow Mill agents for cotton fabric note ttmtwhat better conditions but planer of cotton yarns complain of low prices The millin ery stasoa is now about over and while results as a whole were good they were hardly up to ex pectations Coffee roasters and importers say that sales are llger tlua at this time last year while tbe whisky market is very strong with prices higher fond distillers vll1busy witbUbot tled in bond orddrs for the hol day trade Duns Reyiew Prison for Killing Detective After a trial extending over sevqraljdays a jury in the Corn mon PJeas court late today re turned a verdict finding Edgar Owens guilty of manslaughter in cOn ectioi wltn the lynching of Carl Etherington Willisbufg Ky an antiliquor detective in July of last year Sentence was not pronounced ippaOweas today There are now serving terms in the penitentiary a halt dozen men who wererconvicted of complicity 1n the lynching of Ethenngton Two more men also remain to bt tried on felony indictments which grewontofthe lynching 1juTrL6 IiilHeii What Aik You MIONA stomach tablets are guar anteed by Haydon Willett to end in digestion or any stomach distress or money back They relieve upset stom ach in five minutes MIONA for belching gas MIONA for distress after eating IItiNA for fool breath MIONA for biliousness MIONA to i alce up the liver MIONA for heartburn MIONA for sick headache- MIrONA for nervous dyspepsia MIONA for night sweats MI ONA for sleeplessness MINA for bad dreams MIONA for seasickness MIONA after a banquettoMIONA for vomiting pregnancy Makes rich pure blood puts ginger vim vigor vitality into the whole body Fifty cents a large box at Haydon Willet and druggists everywhere Leek fer the Good Intention 1tenUoaaare careless and selfish It la true but they are seldom enough Interested to take the trouble to be really vlndlo tlve But alltu magnifying glass of selflove what does It not Ue4 ci to bellr MBNED 1 DEATH In Fire Suppotd To Have Been Caused By Explocien The Harrodsburg Herald of tha Sthinst contains the following IMrsElbelt Warner Md her baby were fatally burned at their home at High High Bridge MondayMrs War theSpringle8v10f returned the room was in flames She rushed In for the baby but was overcome by the smoke and fell When help reached her the baby was burned to death j and Mrs Warners burns were such that death came as a relief in a few hours It is supposed tbab the airtight heater explo ded Mrs Warner was a daughter of Mr John Coovert and she is survived by a husband and three children The charred remains of the child were found in the ruins and were placed in tbe casket with those of the mother Funerall services were held Wed nesday the jntermtani taking place at High Bridge Small Blaze in Distillery A small blaze caused by a hot box in the machinery on Friday afternoon about 830 resulted in considerable damage to tbe Clear Springs distillery at tbe Bourbon Station near towni The damage to the machinery was the heaviest loss The plant is owned and opera ted by JB Beam Repairs were made immediately Amount of loss aud insurance carried have not been learnedLBardstosvn Standard Comniiui i ers Sale John M MayesAdmr etc PlfFs ys Equity Robert Mayes etc Dfds By virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October Term 1911 in the above styled cause I shall offer for SprinjtfielMONDAY DECEMBER 25 1911 at one oclock p my or thereabout being County Court Day to the high est bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the following described property towitor suffi dent thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A certain tract of land situated in Washington Co Kyron the Willisburg Rockbridge and Chaplin turnpike ad journing the lands of Mark Shewmaker and JR Keeling and containing 28 acres For the purchase price the pnrchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegaflnterest paid and hrving the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these term f C F iOSLEY M C W C Oili f Pay5 Ipoetnt so poorly coolieS engaged4aItocmt RTFIVDffLtARS The Limit Say Fiscal jCburt For Shp Killed By Dogs Fiscal Court bf Rocttqastle IThe has made an order that lop claims for an amount greater than 500 shall bo allowed for a sheep killed by dogs The county 18 not noted lor bloqdedStrafns os sheep but the Fiscal Court finds that none of the claims filed is for a smaller sum than 75Oa sheep and some are even bighef At the same time the court finds hat some of the sheep owners who are filing claims ranging from 7 50 to 1000 a heuL sor listing their herds for taxa tion at the modest figure of 1 00 to 150 per head These things look inconsistent to the Fiscal Court pf Rockcastle und here after they will refuse tq pay fancy prices for sheep killed by dos The same state of affairs exists in this county though not perhaps in so marked degree One thing that causes the sheep to be valued so high is the fact that it is a rare instance for the full value to be raid Where only twothirds of the value is paid a sheep worth 500 tnust be valued at 750 in orier to get its value Harrodsburg Herald National Guard To Parade The advisability of calling out the whole State Guard to take part irithe inaugural parade next Tuesday has been discussed for several l days but it was finally determined by the Governor and Adjutant General today after conference with Governor Mc Creary that only our com ari las will be ordered out The corn patiies wilt be designated this week Louisville Times Hair That Fascinates WHO WANTS LUSTROUS HAIR FULL OF LIFE AND BEAUTY oStart now madam this is just the month to acquire a glorious head of hair of which you will be jjustly proud during the social events of winter time If you have not used PARISIAN SAGE you arnt on the hIgh road to beauty PARISIAN SAGE is the most delightful preparation that destroys the dandruff germs and by so doing removes in a short tithe the cause o dandruff fallfng hair itching scalp faded and Iifclsshair 1ftgenn are obstructionists they preyent the hair from recefving its proper nourishment Use PARISIAN SAGE drone week and note the won jderfpl iniprovementi Haydpn Wil l lett guarantees it the a bottle She Helped Him A shy young man once said to a young lad7MJ Vrsa dear that we wOre on such teriQiIof Intimacy that you would not mind calling me by my flrst name Oh abe replied your second name Is good enough for me WayS 7If you got into trouble wtlbout the asslstano of JOur friends yoii should be game enough to get outlntlfe ume way or take your medicine I Y 4Lk Ltt i I ER C Roblit PresbX F Bishop VPres J M Sturgeon See I k iiPThRMERS AndSIIjJ SII I I JSS I I ItOiJ Ii LEAF TOB CCO WAREnltfis1iEI Vfjf i f r INCORPORATED 10 KYJ j iiiiia tISPRINGFiELDI 11 IW rlaifrof Tobacco ailyI in anyT y f iTobMcco Skillfully Handled by Expert TobacoMenSv nfitII ttFREE Stalls fllrias FlEE IiswraEe tfar the hmitt Pritectiin NI ReJectiM Fees Houj W rxrl T B Flaugher who lots nuraqer of years has beeOfn the employ of the American Tobacco will be in our employ this seasoi and willl devote 1laervice to the grading aad haodl nfe of all tobacco that is intrusted toourcareWe place great stress on the manner of hanol ng and grading of tobacco and for that reeeae have eatpfeyed expert jaen In their lineS t As StatSauctioneer we WeemployedJlr A SJetewn of Durham H cone of the finest in the South and who has had a nuir ber of years of IThie market will opefi on or about Decemeer 1911 with the following well known firms represented The American Tobacio Con anyR A Pat terstp Tobacco Cnjpe y J P Taylor A Cofapeny Jt J Reynolds Tobacco COmpany C H Phaup A Company and many more iridej ndent buyers New frkIs alMJcIstrireM1tMlllr what w have said regardini tfca tobacco situation t Mm yt had ysw tiiiauM fir markst fIIsw th crowd and drive straight to the Famers If areh o iKprteiMI Ky PIt it will MIl dtNars ytu I JtJndIII 1 BOBLITT BISHOP Gen Managers The Farmers Friends t L 13k i5 JJ l CAMBRON WIULrr Among Those Probated In- Mation County Court The regular monthly meeting1- jof the MariQn county court was held Monday judge J A Smith ITheI Cambrou was presented proved and ordered to record Mrs Mary I xecultrixAftcrrmakingthe estate iis left to Mrs Carnt bron duringherlifdtq use con trol and manage the same as she may desire without question from anyone and without im peachment for waste After ner death one half of the estate is left to 00 and Stephen C McGill the children of a de ceased sister Mrs Martha A McGill and the remaining half to the children of a deceased brother Stephen H Cambron except that the part going to Ci M Cambronbe held in trust for his children bequests were For masses 300 St Augustines church 500 Cambron Boldrick 500fUambron Mattinglv 200 and watch Deborah Splliyan J500 Little Sisters of the Poor and Sisters of the Good Shop herd of Louisville 250 each Rev J A Hegartv 500 Miss Lulu Timmons SSO Mrs F R Abel 250 MrstR L Boldrick 500 Cambron McGUl 250 Af tar the death of wife be appoints Chas 0 McGill to carry out provisions of will And in the event of bis death then S C McGiil is to be appointed Your Success The first step toward a sue cessful business career is to write for a catalogue of Draughons Practical Business College Nash ville Teen Paducah Ky Ev ansvllle Ind or Washington D D BurleyPopl Sold Lexington Kv Decc8 It is reported on high authori tv today that the Burley Tobac co Society has sold its entire holdings in the 1909 pool to the American Tobacco Company Between 700000 and 8000000 pounds cnangrd hands at 16i ceptSula1lationtive commitYtee of the society met early in the week that the tobac co had been sold but the reports today come from authority authentic in every wav This marks the end of the old pool holdings all hauJnebeen disposed of before except tbis last seven or eight million of pounds so that the tenvear poolipg agreenient is started off with a clean slate It ha not been stated yet who conducted the negotiations for the 1orm srI socalled trust as President Le Bus was in the country early in the day and could bbtbe seen fle is expected to react thp city ody however Biinpling has already begun at some of the Burley Societys warehouses preparatory to shipI went of the tobacco TJie grades from which the seven or eight million pounds are td be selected being A B C and D Theodore H Kirk a Cincinnati tobacco broker has acted as ape til for the American Tobacco Company and other interests and it was through him that the deal was dually closed IfirifdVulture in the South American forests U found the most beautifully colored of all vultures and it Is the true king oirer the black vultures and turkey buzzards Its plumage is of a dell ease cream with black quills and the heed is brilllantlr colored with jtd end orange 4 Little Trick of Humanity It is a brave and agreeable trait IB human nature that makes peop lle about the distance their Jaye walk edFUson Young in Saturday lie view fa tlemIUoHlm- WI1UaWbt became ol tae lelloK who jcoMtructed tbe watck with ifMtt separate pieces G1Jf1i1 tklmk tngot OKor his stitoobfls MWr Puck NOTf VS CIRCUS Proctor Knotts Grateful Rer metnb rice of A Kina Act When Grover Cleveland was elected President for the second time a gentleman from Lebanon was a candidate for the position lof Surveyor of the Porto the city of Louisville Governor Knott was tbis man4 friend and chief supporter for itbe Position to which he aspired When the prpolntment sQint w stbl Governor in his friends race that he went to Washington to see the PreSulRnt and personally to make an appeal for his friend to be appointed According arrange ments were made and Mr Knott went to the White House On being admitted to the Esaida tthousand miles to ask of you a favor personal to myselfacd iu benalf of a dear friend When was a little buy a circus came to town one pay Barefooted and alone I started out to the county seat tu see tbQ prdcqssiouv When I got there the town was fun of people the streets were crowded and everyone was smiling add cheerful btcause they were going to see the wild animals When I saw the parade and the happy laughing merry throngs all heeL on pleasure am fun I began to crr because I realized that b vjng no money I was the only one intbat VetCrOWd hat was not going to tIle circus While giying vent tOIDj fealmgs a kind gontlemn ILIla stuilii lace passed by and seeing the tears rooling dmnmy cheeks tiiopjed to ibuirewhaC was the matter 1 told him that I nad walket tn miles to sen the parade had np moo y no frieudV and thai everyotbiboYln town was going tosee the circus hut me This kind noble genttemin took me by iWo hand went with meto the circus paid my way in and showed me the wild animals bought peanuts and lemonade and caused me tb pass one of the most pleasant of mt boyhood days It is the son of this man that I ask yOu appoint as bur veyor of the Port at Louisville and I have come a thptoand miles to ask of you this f vOr A pause then ensued fora few mordents which was broken by the President remarking Gov ernor itisa nice day out To which Mr Knot instantly re plied Yes trIr President butt dd gloomy one for my friend Lebanon Euterpnse Commissioners Sale J C Pyle SPillvs Equity Lucy Sympson ete Dfts IByvirtue of a judgment and order bf sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1911 in the above styled cause for the sum of 65000 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from tjpe 1st day of January 1911 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky on NONDAY DECEMBER 25 1911 at glCountyderat public auction upon a credit of sixaridtwelvemontlsthefollowing described property towit drBufflcienjt thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made Two certain tracts of land in Wash ington County Kentucky on the Un coin Run turnpike and now in the pos aesiori of MraLucy Sympson containing respectively 11 acres more or less and 10 12 acres more or less For the purcahse price the purchaser or purchasers with approved1 security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ol a judgment Bidders will be prepared- td comply promptly with these terms c F BOSI EY M a w c c No hunting ortresf passing on our farms allowed r iv Parrot Bros MrsW T Biney LM s WattOBryai G Grundy r Warren Nallyf E P Jtonnelly Jno F rns frs E1iiudd John M Kuawll 0WRuslT H Naliy o Jl6rt fWhea a E 5twl1S1i5CtI t ata itUr bfoh gt i r1Ib1mc t f sf SlJsit iJ r i 4 RoYAE h P ABSOLUTELY PUIc iSMakes delicious hoMie boked foods of nuaXfanvat quality ml miidmam eo L Makes home bakInia pleasure i1 The only BkinrPowdr i i made rom RoyJ crap Crearti of iIV L iN j1 I 1 EDUGATIONAeOhUMK L bb eThe annual declil nutory con test of the Graded Schools will ba held at the Opera BousSQn Fridaf the 22nd inst The fol Idwingbo will declaim nTck1 eits Bbulware Harrjft GoodlQef Fred Maven Charley Bottoms Toinmle Haydon Tommle Spa onoelWilliams medalwill be given to the win ners anil the con test pro crises to- hetinusually good The musidprokram iis a so fine Besides the exsellent numbeics 1CeCilseYi1erala prodigy with tqe cornet Thorn top W ersand B5cbard4 Rob drtson as first and second violin ists Will show what genius can do with less than three months training j E very tiody should attend this contest Ycu will not only be entertained but will at the same time encourage burfufcure Clays Websters Breckinrid es and mu sical geniuses to persevere Remember that our State and nation are iin need ofr younjcf men of ability as orators and stjltes v en and Washington County Mh tends to furnish her share at no distant date On Thanksgiving evening rSai tharles P Weaverpf lioulsyille a large and apprecia tive audience at WillisbUrgjOn Education She has promised to make a tour of the county in January in thss most worthy cause surely she will be re ceived as sucb sacrifices Snj haidshipp deserve A woman of Jde ability of Mrs Weayerit- rare and every man woman and Qbildshonld hear her excellent speeches Mr J McWilliams presidI of tbE rw 9Q J P9Y cent League reqjfesTsTBut tni promoters of4the subJisiribt meet at Mrv Bushs office Satur day the 10tb inst It is hoped that not one wilj fail tto ba prep ent as the business at hand is im portanta Prizes wOre ujuked to littlff Misses Nellie HiiiOTjoran Eftel TheCouqhsr of Childreri They may tiot couh tOday but what boutftanoeiO Better be ireparfd for it When it come5 Ask your docjof abouktepintA- yChY Pefctpral in the tonHL Then when the hard Ilajr cough first part you IM adoctorsmedicine at haii This cough irfcdicloe j especially gOod for cUUrtl No anodyik Na aIioL Many a ehiWlt called wlwil the whole trouble id iS a lazy lIver WI yHU9e yost SW doe lIpiviii ted yoalhat t 9ccieDaJ l disc A fjU Ir11te d wW do such chIlda a grap4aI f good Ask him XII t S f TW1ICd LoIIh r t i A5t r tr lJlIA t i f c Di4J trt 11 lUlU r C iog and Ruby ColviirI i lic cell leqdQ in jreciUtloa nf UM Twir nadent The Jqmfur SteWolL Iteprntwent Lej8e will ilvs a box Isui per OD the evfet7rfj ey tbe 22nd iait ErecjWr Ii vited f The WiJ1isbergtlsIIpr- ovemtnt 1PJCiheir wen Satirdayi 1 Gbll Jack OhIeaLW4 kaown sporting oaaii of eey einjily has brought stilt for StfOOO rdamages mgiMMt tiU FoefciV Milbqrn Copeay W BrtWo Y Xor a1Ja j dSp5bOSd- ifo 1Ii1 Ib Seirap a moniaL indorsini tb sriof Ittheir pitent medic 4 Ibo ee lion i1rCOI Akiaim United State cVrrii4x wt44 Buffalo next JMo47rl MiTirt5 Advocate cwV I 1QUICK SEjMSILKETibTIIA D9 SNi1iS Have youlietN t 1 cure that is p H ikelkepl and Chest out of bMJMMMtVMi MH eetanddaybeekS Here it IL ait Ut i+l eW It If you do not need it now 1C yes ke a cold cough thnet wreejei or eeate catarrh be pare ttd tayit Wgki JMt before goiac to bid Fwf i- spoonfulof tee My ntt fmt if Mm qe into a beWfof beiiag water SSVey head and fcoifiJ Witi EfMrM ead tewette tor severali iifciM aI iths tmpor that arises the1 fje to V M fireke with a clear heed fre hess Hyomei M guetg 1w colds cough r e4bi ais throat ami hrenehhie OiSyCk Bottle of Hyeeael as eiiM iei eeri VViUett aaalimgiieti eieApliei t f r javi4 dissOIYdJIr IL- IiI car farss kna ss ciurpyfrMsS I t 11itBeginni t 1 o t i eeltotfe kit w ds1 rtlo 1b aesd e Sye reUlpr tef I tapfjpiily MM 1 4ye got d worker sd MMT 1 U e elboo oetetaco is red bkBIi CI5i C J I t work m1iW pi RJ ysar old hone ct JuSt SM s ssuls JMne ss a bead OM 12 mtkk ccw aUco i ek 4 black weliu kMfer eeit Ti yearling steer iitss 10 to 90 1MJl I Ihone wagons 1 Bf DHlMr During iadr1 PmtjM te 4 Deeriag Hay JUk 1 OMNi Mheewltlvator k M01other RssOrbcardGN too num erootthazi tt13 of 4io and under hoUr that aoeet apwith good 7 bs4 at six per otS1ix pethsftr date will i Sluiku i Co sJ c1 Audtioneer CASfdRfAler laleate sad Bkiltren Dt DIIIyiN Iougnt Bears tbsSSignature of 444 r = 1A Taf NfWSJlb fR t 11V ifJ 4Jppteiori Pusbrci r Jt 1E ylr iibkYs DEC U- 1911 hlI1sM QQeft tin ofi the CountytIIl d4wi5nwaysaluIt j isirt e1JrPodlords for r ctonrCot1ntYi Wm A i tWS WM elected chairman t Jrf Clements s retPrS r J 1 ftmtnUraJli icusiuii It th i cMe4IiQI lI lt1 roals iH tha f4ety WS hid The ifiscon1 4yIopsdJhe Jatii thate1crbLoc ix gmed the deplorable coqdU- tkmJ of lh roftdg and the system iir irbfeb tbej are attempted 1Jlt ib jHMiUiMdi and that the t err welfar and most vital lc1s of the county demanded t MM4MWM ipHwdiai steps be nltract the rode thri lKHat the entire county at 4 ttf1IowingDreamb1o and i h Moiiitio ww Differed and adop tt Wk the public roads of Wash 1 isSWC7r ina deplorable con j1ti i abs Twtkwit being constructed r JHid wktriM tie system nder which IfctjrjH tWmpt 9 to be maintained mtijAtetttjary xd impracticable and L mdhMr iHeJi we can never have good or f cMinrMwW IIfCand whereas it will l MfBiMJBMrc ony with Which to re MMtnKt the rods than can be raised tiff te efdioary methods of taxation Mi wWr M the tax now being levied Mrs jNurpMes of twentyfive cents MIMMM k adred dollars or 12500 5pryirwevld retire oneliundred thou 1MHi JtoHary oi county bonds in less SIyears therefore we the 1Il Wabigtoa County in mast 0 JUeawembled hereby petition th trw ctoaCounty Fiscal Court or t IhrynqMH e taKteg the sense of Che aalM ivoters of Washington County M to wfcetfcer or not the county shall MM tile bonds of Washington County fie eoe iMMdred thousand dollbra the pw tdf tob uated in the reconstruc tojtisst at the rate of six per cent t peraMWM payably annually the bonds to beeeM itaadpayabletwentyyears 1 v altac ilate ad the right or privilege I ihall bejreeerved and retained to retire ay o Midbpods at any time the county way callt the meor any portion IoedernpthnIi petitioned arid refiMtted to appoint a committee wee irty it shall be to formulate a jrtMa under and by which said roads may be reconstructed and maintained oa aboftiness basis tuch system to be wh Ud and published in each issue of Stbe county papers for at least sixty ifSr teJecUon at which tHe vote is to be wcikn on the is8ual of bonds aiherein lJ GmMEptat Jodfe of the Washington Cotfnty Jflrequestedjto call aspecial term eja court of Washington County with tn xt iI1 dmye for the purpose bf coSsidfehhgt and acting ion lhisjietij t tod the said our is requested to enter1 tus preamble and resolution on fiUrepordj ThitiJ G M Chord Jno W LiB C Li Brady G L a ydonJB LeaclimaB Mt DL Cocanaugher T MfllerThos Graham and RvL Me ntirbe and they are herebv appoint d at committee to go before the said 4 term of the Fiscal Courhwho shall present this petition and resolu tion to said court and urge the court to coinply therewith She following additional resolution was opted Whereas the condition of the various counties t f Kentucky financially und otherwise is different that it is im pralcticablefor a majority of the coun ies of the State to maintain their roads trader a general Jawor systemthllt maybe adopted by any general act of tHe General Assembly of Kentucky but that a law should be enacted delega tingjto the various fiscal courts of the State thepower to adopt such systems for The construction and maintenance of toads uv the respective counties as wuii bebest suited for tbeif couditions to the end that the fiscal courts be given such powers as will enable them to enforce and carry out such systems as they may adopt for their reepective counties Therefore Resolved Tlhat the chai oan qf lhls convention appoint a committee whose duty it shall be ito prepare a bill to carry out thej purpose as herein outlined and that pur representative Hon John A Polin be quested to offer such till for 1ptae sage by the General Assembly of Kentucky at its next session and to urge its enactment The chairman then appt intea W7 C McChord as said committee The convention then adjoumedsu1o jject to the call of the chairman During the discussion it was wisely suggested that should the election be favorable to the iss alotthe bondi that the bonds be issued with coupons for the interest attached and in small denomuiations so that all the bonds could be token and held by the citizens of Washington county and that an effort be made to prevent any bond being sold outside Washington county We need not urge the importance of the effort not on loot to secure good roads for Washington county Every citizen of the cqunty knows that with out good roads we cannot have pros perity Our lands will be depreciated iiii value and our most vital interests ineveryi way will be seriously impaired The nC important feature of the effort now being made depends pn a proper system being adopted which will secure good roads in the most ecomical and best way ly which every dollar appropriated shan be expended on the roads and that no one shall receive a cent that is not honestly earned Under the resolution adopted by the mass convention we will all have an opportunity to know what system will be adopted eforeYe art called upon to vote on the bond proposition We theretore urg that no one hastily make up his mind as to what position he will take until we can all understand the conditions and propositions thatt Will be formulated jvhich will be fully discussed and explained before we are called upon to vote We are all united on the that we must have good r propositiola only question is how we may best se cure the desired object Let no man be wedded to any particular theory Let ua11 get together and discuss the problem as sensible business people and whatever plan or system that may adopted by the majority lets make it unanimous and all get together as loyal citizens and pull ourselves and J 7 r rl Reduction Sale- S e i FOR 30 DAY 0N3fl4LacIies Cloaks Suits and Rain Coats tJ r AND MENS SUITS anflOvercoats ffi are overstocked in these Ilines and in order to reduce- I l 4ktbck woW lake Special Reduction of Prices Wear l t offerirg GENUINR BARGAINS and you should not de1avanta 4nme f 1 r t t 4 j Jt j Holiday Specials it1 2 Fine Linn Pieces r4 Beautiful Towel j of Every size 1 1 g Snowy white foible Linens r t 7 r t Napkins in all Grades Choicest things ia Umbrellas Band Bags Belts Neck J4 wear Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Mufflers e c FURS id match sets also seperate Muffs and Ntck Pieces afSpecial Low Pest 4S 4 Nice stock of Mens Neckwear shirtst and ipoUars mufflers kid gloves sus Xi pinders silk handkerchiefs slippers t stylish hats and shoesS J 4 j I Winter NecessitiesjW 4 par stocks are all very well Oiled at present with tha- ttt 4 Wtater Necessities such as Warm Underwear for Men WOMM and Children Sweaters for every member of the iip Hy KBitShawlSj Scairfs AvLtun Gaps imd Gloves Ownforiw j Blankets Lap Robes Horse Covers Shoes mjwl Ofsh4ofeverydesciptuzx Lnj = will ot permit tha mention of the many barS w kTeio otfacyoir Asktobe sbownut wil give = T bJ5flOW OUR GOODS and QUO1E LOW r iUOSRTSOCLAftROOKE AL- toPtL4rED sr T6 Ct use ofManyII sjcountry avdeaths are caused by itihcart disl pueninuniaIIapop1eiy are f orI r te result Jf ney disease If kidney trouble is Lack allowedtoadvagoe the kidneyppison ted blopd will at t the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame bafck 4i2Hnes3 Blceplessnessi nervoUs- ness or the kidney themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell esultfrqmbetter health in that organ is obtained tneyshold urinehnd scalding pain inpassing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through duringthenightof SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone Swa pRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Vhexrwritiugmention reading this generous offer in this paper Doiit make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot dud dont let adealer sell you something in place of wampkRoot if you do you will be dlsaopoini tell l each otherout of the mud We can 1o It withoutany additional taxation if we will simply adopt practicall business methods and ajl wotk together Governor Jas B MqOreary and the lIon EoT frMcpermott Lwere inaugurated Governor llnd Lieutenant Governor ToestlaV af Frankfort with appropriate ceremony Notwithstniding the dowripoup of rain which con tinued throughout the day thousands of visitors were present to witness the ceremonies The oatllqf oft was administered by Ghitf Justice Hobsohof the Court of Appeals tt Governor Wilson has appo n too Robert Winn cf Mt Stering Appellate Jud e to succeed Jtedge Ed C 0RcarI who resigned Litsey Miss Mabel Plic has leturnbdI home after a weeds yisit to Miss Levenia OConnor Mr Cabin CldeUhasre Burned tohis home in Mavsvillev- Mess rs John Polin B Leach feanH Starling Thompson and Mr B LLitsey are in Frankfort this week Mr and Mrs John McAllisterI Mr and Mrs Joe Polin Misses Mabel Price Levenia OConnor Eiizabeih ogsdon Adeline Vil ett Messrs George Ectelea and Calvin Caldwell spent Sunday at the home of Mr J 0 PoIi t Miss Prances Ltsey and bro tner Charlie spent the week end with relatives in Lebanon Mr B L Litsev entertained at a miscellaneous shower on last Friday evening for Miss Harvey Vanursdale Miss Emma Polin is spending the week with Airs Will Leach man Miss Kate Humphrey visited friends in Louisville th latter part of the week Mr Prank Yankeyi was In in Lexingtpri tIlLS week 1MissMiss Francis Litsey last week Wilhburg Mr and Mrs Walter Hale and son Elsie Mr und ilist isariford Yosarn find daughtr Mattie vere guests of 1ierome Col Vii Sunday Mrs Margaret Poulter is very 111 with p leumonia Rev U R Hotc ens has been cLued to preaclr afthv Baptist church the rolIowihgyer Misse Vennieand i ete Walls- spent Snvifflftvtfiwrth Hal lie and fjttte StiThkei Mr Luke Hivsojf Indiana is visiting his aunt Mrs 14 V5 Crouch who is very sick Mr and Mrs H fve Birnet bd children spent Sunday with her parent MrJohn Wall f Mr eorgeColvin has a from D Kalb Illinois Mies fI Fannie Hughes spe tc ei latterl part of last week wij her mother Mr Rosa Hughes Mr and Mrs TH NO and daughter Mises Katherinei pent Saturday with her sistiS Valley II 1lIj News hasbeen received ere of the manage of Mr feff jatley to Miss Bertha GolKen The j wedding took place jri lyde Kansas where Mr Goat yhqs been making his home on the past year Heis the son f Mr a nd Mrs Palmer Goatley and is a handsome young b siness man j Miss Ruby ONeal anil Mr JGlbert Donahue attendedi thp moving picture show iJ Spring field Thursday night Miss PearlI Goatlev spt nt soy reral days last week with rela- tiveS in town Mr Victor Tucker anc Frank SpringfieljispPntFriday Palmer Cloatley and fam y Mrs Bivenof Sprin f eld was with heV sister a few days laat week j f 1 liss Ruby ONeal has i eturned to heiHiome after a two weeks visit with hr sister Ms S J Montgomery Mr Erastus Derringer and family of Springfield ere the turIdaydayMrs Lair of Louisvi le con tin es to be the guest of her daughter Mrs T C Tatum Mr and Mrs S P Ejerringer and children of Springfield ited relatives in thjJs Saturdaya Mr Thomas Reed and visited Willie Bean and m TuesI Mr and Mrs J C were the guests of relatives BToomfleld Monday and day MK and Mrs E J Brown t weie the guests of Mr Willie Beira and motjier Sunday and Monday Mrs Willard Thompson was the guestot Mrs Palmer Goat ley Monday There will be a box supper held at the school house at this place tonight Everybody irvited to attend MrDeiTEdgerton passed here Monday PRESSING BOARD USEFUL GIFT With Appropriate Decorations a Pretty and Serviceable Article May Be Turned Ou- tThcieire times when every woman needs to press a seajn or darn or a rumpled dress and It Is by no mends ulwajs convenient to get a hot Iron from the kitchen and often when one tins secured the Iron there lIs only a highly pbllshed table to Iron on so a small pressing board which can be carried In the trunk makes a most ceptable and useful gift Buy In a carpenters shop a board 20 Inches IQng nine Inches wide and half an Inch thick Cover this with several thicknesses of 913 flannel and cotton pulling the cover snug and tight Buy threefourtha of a yard of brown linen for a cover and one piece of red worsted braid to bind it The sliptpocket on outside and a lap at the twoIinches wide across Qne piece stitch a piece of the linen nine incites long and ten wide iir tI j UpI rrrket Cut another piece of tin linen seven Inch es deep and bind it with the brtid after having rounded Me to lover corners Sew this acjpa Ue ubper edof the back part of the cover tar u lap After sewing the outer edges of the bag togetbor bind It with brald sew a lontfloop U the top to hang fand Make fucyholders Jor the pookct and u rUuple desire In crewel stitch In black Small designs cut out of cre toune applied Of ate ever more ef fectlve TheLampThi best part of thedyuth eveniflgj when the whole family is gathered together rouncLthe lamp The old dS7xAtbe tmokf replace and flkkerirg canjlc ere gone foterer In their placeliaC come the couvenient oiIove and the iadipenuble RsoLmp RiyutP5ii ear teJ t IfrOMiaU pcprtnwe butyptetebtne JijKt than theIopncedRayo n stthu ItIcQ popular we may fmok call it the official Jamp of the Amctienfnuly UU l K nOimadcOsolid bianwdhbaxomencke1 fiszhlianomaejein snywa- et ir Aktar teller for RT or dot drZClat aygencjr oh Standard Incorporaledt Oil CompanyI SIf T I4 i I i At IIfir III FUrRNITURE Ai ft 1 II 1Ir I II We are showing this season the ikrgestaiid mbst upto date line eferdisplayed in this city and at prices to please everyone From the cheapest tothebest v H V i f Look at These efriejb yfe V gj rChtjtnis Pres nis 7 I r Suits in Oak Mahogany and Circassan Walnut I IIin SlaUogany and Early English in Oak and Early English t Sin Birds Eye Maple Mahogany and Oak j 50iCo 5QQ lifQ9QOak 1000 tf 20o6 IandI linei of Holiday Rockers in Mahogany Bird Eye English Walnut and OakS 125 to 1760 a Cleaning Coinbinatiori Bo0If Library ChifrioniersKoldin Kitchen Cabinets PlataaMagazue Iafl Daveiport ererjaihiiyou f t tif I I Beautiful Line of HolidayFiuies Come early and make your selection for are fellers IiIio are i wirriwe an before buying elsewhare Wq buy direct fi em Factory an are th ih aposition to make prices as cheap as the Ilargest ffealWsTh cities Awaiting your il I LETkGHMN GMFBELL1i1 I f I I iiaiI Ati iiT K Pres P G6odeyicePrei ML Simrns Se Trek e I i Washiflgtoff Colinty tobacco EiC I f t Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco Charges cents per hundred weighing fee and 2 per ceptcommiwipn j Free stall and shedr j J room omfraH customers x i j f All tobaccos carefully I sorted andegrtded by Expert hctndlrs S r 0 If you want a square deal and best possible service bringyour tobacco to us i IB L Montgomery j r 4fS CalliphelIff i I I Gen Maragerft Auctioneer f Iti l4i AM sTnAuis aRea jllilil l tI t SPS1NGFIELD CITY TAYLOR For Dry Dyeing Pressing Altering Mending Also suits made to order IF W Banmbaner Prop New TrImming jhi extensive use of doublefaced cloth this season tias done away with the use of trimmings on many of therr utility coats as the majority employ the reverse side ot the fabric for col lars rovers cuffs and pocket flaps t Wben a single texture Is used forti contrasUngcolor ij giving the effect btlla cat made of doubl raced cloth Plain and novelty velvets are like wise favored and some satin Is also i00 lfJr I j fur would be popular as a trlmml inler garments asfrho few now belnf atwa t 2 rutlv LS Commissioners Sale 1Geo Q Isham PICs EquitySweeney By virtue ot a jjudgment and order dii sale of the Washington Circuit Court jrithe37960 with interest at thp rate of six per centum per annum fruratho 6th day rO1ceedrO1 beinCountyder at Public auction upon a credit of twelve months the following described property towit A certan tract of land situated in Washington Co Ky on the Mackville and Texas turnpike near Mackville f Ky containing eighteen acres more or less This tract of land has a houtc tDebtt 2cost500J otalamoiiirt bej raised 49152 rlFor the purchase price the pnrbhaser or purchasers with approved seftafity or sureties must ejoicuto bbridtfiearinffi legal interest from dajo of saleuntJ r paid and hiving the fqrce rindl effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly viththese terms C FnOSLTlY M C4V Oi C trimmingLargo trstretbbedI wltlllJeSSjtI with a tassel The cord train finish- Ing one- brothers dressing gown Would trim half a dozen hats providing he did growtiredoftrlmmlpg Differing Terms for CoIns The language of money differs different parts of the United States tenlfora Inuand New nglnnd the people still taUt of ihllllng referring to the old colo nlal coin oftwely and a baicents iW n a inftUt r There are men In this world who will run miles In any weathor to avoid talking to a woman wboknowa1lnorIi U1e7 ao d 1thatj Cases i Cues Chitfrbfcii W Beds C5 S t1Racks Racks Trees aiHI IJin fact IC want in the FURNITURE M ILINE I r fore caiiwtau Smith C and f I 15 i1 I 1 B9Wll ooot I SI IrD UBUC SAlEf I ordertoelose out our entire partnership business in Spriag IIIn will ofTer1 for BJl in Springfield Kyu on I y eQembert6 1111Saturdthe follcrtving Real Estate Bituatedin Spring ttho niOst desirable f bfe in the tyU Ion Walnutt Street knowhas the Thbmpsbir property both very desirable honils and in one of thcbest neighbor hooda ip towri TWo dwellings on Virginia Avenue both nqw hoSeS and of iBv I and sir root respectively RS two vacant building lots onlrciiAvenue adjoining the property above humed Also five residence Iotthges on High treet lnowii as teSpears property atE property and In goo4r Vblt and a nicq cottage on East end oTHigh Street 1I v J The Beautiful Home tlJ of Mrs 0 A r Green on Walnut s e will also be offered i 6f this 4 rhome too muchagi6tbe said in its praise It is arooderh he of 2 it ecsarjout1suikuiflg4 ruIyuiwith light water bath tof1eanalj4su- nveiienc mterznsso fl Patiesdbiug tb see any of thw pjrdjjiirty ofdesiring any further i fornatic c call on CA Green or S Campfaep t t TEIMSOnothrs cathi renjnfcaer in lIr2and3 years f I1 MARKS C3 GK 6N Ai S M Jjfisnpbell Auctiolieen 3 1 b 1fj 2Ld54 fl II Boss Amont Vultures The mow bttiitltnfa olorc1Jor all vultures belongt to the JCpv World nmUrU tho true JMng vulture of South American fortofs Its jrflitSiag la ofn doHciite erjpsun wh bjacli quills andthe bare head 4atrUlIanUi ly colored with red nod ortini6L This nandenhie bird wtercjmM rcgat DdJurIteypoTidlchorry nUure iQ over grit fans Qtc 50 tttlit If and1saaLIsCed In 1111r1111 otjlmuch more trfJinslt colored ttiipi tio ubtecTs pvc t1ch ttev xercIsL thorItyh0Sar Irgx3e r jFOR Ir HIsDfPiS 1aI- An odd story of dreaM of IIHMMNI comes from SunderUnri Parli JKnt and A yjouni rilpjart tebor r aMthereforelthe morning alO fJtituoom he went to bathe la tfcr jiHtaj Win and 4rowaeboforebolpl taSwerot tt swift negf of tbe ttfrrtat T sSU Ifd kabltBtil exprcwkp of teqnirr Is to lilanie Jar jwrmww t torow the forehead ttMti aaothsr- niuaete wk dawn Jk Ye1troft 1t e oI Qr1cadwttat w TOW rtsiasu We pviMos Is 1mkg wIb I b Pr twrs ud W ef tb least adIUfJI wV J J Ti rTF u 7 + IBb iiTm BURTON oji a+ Qg WT ITlaT4 1t fILTH EXTRACTED I f l I tt UTFt lN- If t uIPIlcLIss kUtTI 1 8PLiGPiJj ri Jr IU1 DeoUU Work Strictly Flrilclmii j J J Rf f 1 I fp DD I t u JU 1icii1UI rg 17 0c hour 9 to 9 am I 1 to 2 prm i1over Hayrlons Drugstdr ji J tEIampton Mi f Mke OMta I 4r4 OItIccjieResidence No 38 r t f W F GRIGSBY tATTQP4EYwATLAW Oeeyeop1e5 Bnk I BPRINFIELD KY DWWHYATT Mc r over Red Jross Drug StMrtC Once hours Hyatt 1030 to12oim 4 to 5 p tf JOllN41AYtS pmII 4fU IALuiKECTon 4AOD tIGfllSEEMBJILMEt TELEPHONE DAY 1g NIQHT 74 I frSPBIliSHELDKX ift E fTRUSTY PRACTICAL It D1TiST-flfdllce eI n Barber t I peatal work trreas ab1e prices ai1 Work guqt teed e ffRIIFIELD K J RIcitiiepJ JS dUowing1s the time schedule i now in effect on tba Bardstown aaSpr1ugfie1dbratih railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p m1 Bardstown Junction a 5f22 p rn4 Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 pma No 42 Leaves Springfield tj- 600 a m Bardstown 645 a m j Bardstown Juncfion 730 a m iariyes at Lpuisville 820 a in y No 4SJeaves Louisville a 720 am if Bardstown unction 855 amJ Bardstown 1005 am rx iii ta r e rrivs r I 14 pm a Ntpo44l Jje Lyes Springfield at liodK uifjBardstqwn 220 p m 55Badstoi Junction 410 pm arrivestLoui8ville545 J1U t lnM Millions of Years Old A petflfled prehistoric snail embed JedJntho heart piece tbJ1cSCbedda C1Iffa Wa1e upon some tafJK jboulders of stone which were tdlBplafed In the landslide which oci c iies years ago The Iscovff er3 distinctly Interesting tto the KoiodBta on account of the great age oIlth llnct as situated a nr 0lerelJs Inca the snail lived 1 it Welsh Colony jeroI Welsh dolony In Pata 46 years ago that wihatrtjI i a1te before ILls In the Chu buva1Ity and among tts enterprises rV mprt than 20P miles of Irrigating azS ii I TOWN W AllAbaut Yurseir1 Friends lI and Acquaintances ffr T nightJI1 Pure JelHcp coal at B D LitesthV i TConcer t each nihtj at tfifr Baz 5r art JAjaytbins yotwant at the Baz aar foa SALEOne visible Un derood writer neyrIporn Tats l and bay Set 0015 prices j flDLake Co 41i1orse blankets and rugs cheap attCampbell Bros For sale 100 hens iIMrs E O Walker kemtmber the Bazaar art thc Q I 16IfoR SALEBaled timothy hay Fl quality 1 TtL P MERRITT FOR SALE65M B turkey prices reasonable Also Buff Qr pidgton Cockrels and pullets MRS R A MclNiiRE Iot SALEBlackJ- ockre1 Minorca 75c each MntIw WILLED FOR SALE7Tiree registered short horn buUc tvesitr rr GL Wharton FOR RENT Xfter January ls T9i2 nice yard and premises Apply to JcIW LEWIS Prices cut half in twoon millinery suits andskirts foryourse1fI Mrs Williams kfull liriepf Purenia feeds molassesfeed and aIfalfa meal B D Lake CoI JOR uAcrOler top desk in fine condition IzTOltIH4M Donjt fail to attend the Bazaa- rtjtOperaJt He use Dec 14 15 anf11 Remember we fork our coal and give 80JJbs tblhe bhsbel B D Lake Co Genuine Cannel 01 not IIJx ed butpure cannel 17c deliver dj 80 los to the bushel BDLakeCo OIci Kant Marks is at home jwilh the boys and ne knows how tojfigure lumber See him with W j K Marks Sons Buy your Christmas gifts at th0 CBizlari Opera House Dec 41 15 and JO Christmas gifts can be lIbdat b4 Bazaar ranping in price from lOc to 1000 OR SALEMrs R B Creg rbas for sale pure tred Bour bon Red Turkeys Tomsr 350 250 Also b C R I at75c and 100 betS SALE A carload of 47 oy l wire field fence at 28c rod G W MdNTIRE tFrjederickiown Ky i w I 1HYNOT- 8 8 St t something handiomnd something worth t haY1r to select your 8 j jIt T T christmas I Presoilts S V tUld oIdringIIW tbe nicer than a Diamond tkIkor watch for a prI IL Besides these x we 1Cftft ll- DlftSS I 1 IJI I d ling Silver Novelti4s of alL kinds TheseS te good usrfu1an worth the money f f r9 R J ells Jewelry Store 8 It1 JT 0ttratitftin3ift titI Local appends of Interes CiIThlreh1 f TOPfC 3 t j FOR SALE Fine Bronze gob = biers and Indian Runner drakes Miss LTDA QRUNDY l vTIhepatrons t of1iithe Valley Hill School are gOing to give a box patty on Thursday December 14l ibi Everybody cordially invited Marriage Hcenswas Issued iseUandKatJ oflBenfl ingaboit 300 pounds Finder wiUrnotify BEN FSIMMS Mrs BL Litsev entertainedI a number of young people oft Pleasant Grovevat miscellane ous shower in hone r of Miss Ear krey Vanarsdale 1VANEDA good blacksmith RtfKellys shop for the year 1912 J L LEACHMAN liOsTiOn Saturday Dec 9th a brown muff between Mr Har tbnNalIys and PredericktOjn i Finderplease return the same to ths office v RUTH SDTHERLANP Springfield Lodg No 50 F t 4 Mwill meet in regular corn munication nextMonday eyen ing for rkn E A bepresent All are respectfully DegreeI b v118Mt Owen Strain My turkeys am always the best in the county My Tom came from the Owen prize pen Toms 5 00 a enst3 50 v Phone 25rtFD5tlt MRS FRANK KEENE Begpninf wilh last Sunday the Sunday train will change its schedule and its arrival and departure will be the same as tIt 1ofleaving Springfield at 6 arnb o and arriving at 705 pm Due to an overeitght we ne glected to credit the article on our frol1t page of this issue entitled i Wbrld Events to TILE YOUTHS COMPANION the paper from which we selected iit The article concerning the Cambron Will was tdken from the MA JON FALCON i Miss Mary Larapton who is nowstudying at the Gonserya tory of Music at CIncinnati is reported as progressing admira bly with her work Dr J fl Lamp ton has received from the principal Mss Bauer a very flattering letter bout hIs daughter i Arm Shot Off Mr Jimes McMillin of the Glens Creek neighborhood was tie victim of quite a serious actc dent on last Saturday His son Orie had just returned from hunting and was sitting on a fence when the rail on which hem D was sitting tilted throwing him to the ground The gun struck a rock and was discharged the contents tithing effect in the lathers elbow The arm was 59 bally mutilated that it had to be amputated t Qrowned While Slitting r Oney Sutherland the fifteen year old son of Gerge Sutherland met death hi Peona wnile sUating on ice which broke through His companions nyide her ic efforts to save him but failed The body was recovered a short time after the EsntII and the boys parents En going tp the river frontlhe mother fainted falling in front qfasirvitch enuint and sba was rescued by railroad employee pewas related to many people 11i i this county YanceyVandyke Mr H C Vandyke and Miss Cassie Yancey were married yesterday bj Rev W A Wolfe Tce biide is a daughter ofMr W aS Yancey and is a popular and ttraetiyeyoung Itjdy wbih the groom U a prosperous Tarmei Enlarged Photograph- absolutehFtet account before January 1 1912 MRS KATIE WJWAMS Tapp Mr A B Tapp diedifet Lak land December 1 after short illness of ptneurno u Mr Tapp was born in Bath county July 12 1839 and canhtotbJs county in 1875 ShorAly afte- comiflg here he was united ii Martb4YoungTo children Messrs T Cr Tapp of this place and Dillarli Tapp ofS Louis Mo wn0iwithhi wilt survive Mr Tat R was a 1good honest man highly respec ted by all who knew him During his latter years his mind became deranged ai d though he recov ered at times be was never fully restored The remains arrived here Monday night andfuneraI services were held from the esterflI Simms Quite a sad death was hat of- fWill F Simms which tiscnrred Thursday of last week pllow jing a long and brave fighil against consumption He fwas ti ie son of Mrs SaUia Simms and he laW Thomas W Simms and jas born jin Springfield Kyf September I8 1887 and spent all of jhis life bye About the time he acbedC his manhood he contrac td consumption Nothing dap ted by ill health he continued ti attend j to business up until hij death He was a joung man f good business ability and was noted for bis square dealing vith all but the principal thin which characterized him throm ball of his 14fe was energy It was en ergythat make him tte ood 2usinessopite of the disadvantpgt under 8which he labored Had e main tained his heaJth and ived to middle age hq would Ilave ac ctmpiished much and in his death it can be truthfully said he County has sustainec a lkfss Funerall services were onduc ed at St Dominics Public SaleItt I will on Saturday D ember 0th 191J at two oclock pm erfferMr arn and Qther outbuiU ngs in Willisburg KyUTerms a sale mownorate ED So rON dr jFrom OA Thomps9ns slaugh ILshoatsIL with smooth crop off flrtearAny information leading lo their recovery will be rewarde Gone two weeks See ht C A THOMPSON be fEF9CNArei Miss Tinnie Reed has ccept ed a position with Here D and Fitzgerald if Mr Conrad Hertleiu f New Albany spent a few here hi week di1ffMessrs B L P Thompson John A Claybrooko and It Bi Leach an attended tbeffnaujiiration W FranTtqrt Tuesday en MMissteturnldsiLMr cn McGill ofi Lebanon was here yesterday r I 1 rtlSPE I L CUTALEI= = I I tt SkirtsISuits and Overcoats Young Men and Boys inee Pants OUMg Men and Boys Overcoats j We mean what we say will sell the above lines at a great reduction All t II Mughavei J- I cairy you will find prices right and a new clean stock to sdct febm r I A Full Line of Xmas Goods i I IIl McINTIREtL5 Jt J 9coooc O oooOOOOOOOOOO 00 i Removal Sale i 1912gg Whereas we will on January 1st 9move from our present location to the 8 8 Price building next to the Walton Hotel Q and desiring to open up in our new quar 0 0ters withan ENTIRE NEW STOCK we 0 0areoffering our stock ofmillinery at a O- great sacrifice Now iis the time to get a Q your ownprice 8batat 1 ADER8oMr H Curtsingfer has accepted n position with the Robert son Clay brobke Co IMr S 3 Thompson is in Louisville this week Dr George L achraan and Mr Voight of Louisville spent sev a days here last week with M G eachman Messrs Ben F Simms C A reen J L McElroy F M Moss and J G MtsBlroy were Nelson JWnlter County Reidelof last week inI Springs is here this week Mr L A Burns was in Bards j town Monday Hon John W Lewis was in- ouisville Sunday Mr Harry Shatter is here this week Rev Bather Bos of St Roses gone to New Orleans where will bestatl med Miss Minnie McClellan has- turned from Louisville Rev Father LiF Kearney as at St Rose Sunday Misses Eulah Wathen of and Idasard town Junction Charles Carroll of Shepherds viMe attended the funeral of Will F tiilnm Those from a distance who at tended the funeral l of Will F Simms were Messrs Richard ailien Sr and Richard Watbr Jr of Bardstown Junouon rs W F Spalding and daugh rHettlei and Ben Spalding of ebancu R B Edelen of Bards tn Mr Ben Medley and Miss Margaret Medley of Owensboro II I McELRfYJ SHfflEI I Have just Received More than I 1200I POUNDS I IDjI I Ic1NPiII Wii PAY MORE I 1 J REPORT OF TilE GOND1TION OF THE First National0 Bank OP SPRIKGPIEiaJ In the State of Kentuckyvat the ckse of business December J911 No 1767 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 43648 Overdrafts secured and un secured J 1092611 circuI 5000000 400000 reserve agents t 3642 State and Private jnot and Bankers Trust and Savings 50L77 Due from approved Reserve t693923NotesBanks 1000000 Fraotional Paper Currency Nickels and cents 6512 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Specie 1199750 Legaltender notes 7000001899750 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 260000 Totall s 30549263 LIABiLITIES Capital Stock paidin 5000000 Srplus fund 4200000 Undivided Profits lesa ex j peneea and taxes paid 660454 National Bank Notes out 1400000DueDue to State and Private Banks and Bankers 4126 Individual deposits subject to check J 12920980 Time certificates of deposit 4517010 2511000Billstifi9atca pf deposit for money borrowed j 1450000 Total 36549263 STATS or or WA XOTOX I A C McElroy Cashier of the- abovenamedbank do solemnly swear that the abave statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C McELKOY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mt this 12th day of December 1911 CHAS M McCHORD NotarY Public CORRECT ATTEST JOHN W LEWIS B L LITSBY H Mf GRUNDY Directors Notice By order of the Fiscal Court all taxe must be paid by Tan- asrvlst f or property be advertist- fd to pay same SJAnderson S WC ChoJcoEngravlJ1giL America Is not deficient In patriot ism nor In love of art said the cieery citizen JNp replied Miss Cayenne But Just the same tfie general eager ness to possess bills Is ildt duet eadrelyl othe fact that George Wash Ingtbusi picture a on themWash Ington Star Dodging the Question Young man tsald the Maine mer chant what are your habits aa to Intoxicating beverageif MExcso me replied the Applicant for employment but undertho clrcumstafices mightnt we Just sweU avoid talking poll lest Washington Star As wliIepG li It lnstepd Qt4a geJfb even a now wn4gUldB the ICt of aoVb-er ihougbtlnXo tthe tieat1 or a Jrl ppkt would be giving n tie angel give MacDonBld1forge + 1 Ii Jt1 XMAS jfIi i Watches Qiaonds Cut Glau 3 r Silverware BraceletU f litJ L Chamois Fobs Kings j t iiTilet and Mani 1Z1J t 0 cureSetisS- t t ii d l l NeverJefore hav t ins great F 4 I an assort mentof i JEWELRY T i t 1If I Come in early before the beat is all gone Prks l i iit suit everybody JII I 0 JAWS X GRAVES 4 1 O t 42 t 11 X44s 44p i40i lI COME i 1f o iil iiSANTA f 4 TT- and I J Jr tell him what you J want dui b J pla e5is heaquarters forp t I 4 Dolls Pianos DrumsToo1sDtssI l r and ever 0 many othr thigs It r7 H OQM EARLY ii i 7 2 ifd FITEERILDI llERTLIE4T 44c 4 44 4I W SS 11 1 1ti1l1j l i ft II Remember The Baaalr 7 J FOR TIE BENEFIT Ob1 THE XJATHOLiCFdHtJKCfiC j + fW OP1RA HOUSE DECEMIER 14 15 as Il f 4 Ki aIII Wait for thei Op nh1k bbfore fj t Jbu BuyingoucChrlstmasGifts cantinc usefulao many I IIll Thing atabarnint f t f r f f Il Tl1 rsda7njghitSpetiaIflt t i I f tcrt Friday ufter oon for j i ifI For childrn FIdy riibt = 1WMorning for colorQd people III rSaturday af teriipn cidy II tctkaanddressed bn sale l6l 1 t JIIIII Ji Saturday nzgbt Box II rtj twl 2 r And awarding of all PCi63 i 4 tyro n tf 4No AdmiSsion FeeT kChit M MIT d f THE iiizii41 4 k1 or AA 41lU Yil 1J9 e With a Sermon In It noted p Jot gtlt tells tho qllOW Jng story of V woman in a mnnuftp turlng town Approaching ber Tor atatlstlca he hkcd 1tadathjbYe- a i any chliarent7 No she replIe- dI3byeo woruf Inhi fattory toy e t rMtitTOnklncJeit Cut of A1KA eteeice has 11osaJdtti about tlie11bameawntpr it dUcpVeredi that typhoid ICI1 Wi tJivelQLCan it be a k M tkatT Wbervjke whiskey tx StctL it r t J- a WMrrPl i r Agood tesmsiui1u1Iry It a rssis4 iii b cone tkui- as =a Twd makwk fp T2ii Aadtone- a MS Caaiba- aitIYi r ssr 1M M them 1IIZ flrit tarn ta r11ot- ritdo Oplulen w V r IJ w A iL ftIwW r rfII1 1ImfsmofIS1 A GRAY JAQETSr 1 t Tr ci hI I t 4r wzasa WAS JrnIG lL lbr IdJJI tUl rt ir Si ah Q7ZlEliuJZ7 rt t tu4bleeding mangled4SS4 1LTtUf I AOUJ laughing at det L No rain ot lead tno laII of crilster Jio cerUirly of dMLuciion f t via check now the fierce Lpctua Y el Jjat forward jjsa C0d Lo tmagnlffcMlt the sufireme fort ecf ea intoxicated illhtfJe entliutl + Mia war Lien whets we were 155S wVieewM Be aad feelI the slant power- te this grim raaks of stiefthe tat- iIr 4 ftIwIptlle tera ae faces the iiijiiMistyctnHi el Glory glory t i krfWNMi tfct echoed to their tread TfcesjiTitW xxMuit to win or die and- jiMriBeslW at Cromirell4 IronI B4M at XrItOfl Moor Twice they 4S lI stigfireiy Kraea the mjad volleys 1t j Mifhe4 r we 4 TM lanes through r tfciii Wtre ly to rally and press vB4wilr TINy ftrack that crOuch v iaffisMir Ike e lafatry fairly buried 1 b iIt wttai tfceJr 4e M blue folds and triumphI4eim upon gsns as t ttNir Me4te4 them from sight an aide UM art bleedlBg his horse J ij gjid Btagfering prom weak 7 HS ter dewa toward ui along the fS creet A aua4re4 feet away hisIt y mult JeQ a a41osc but on foot and djIM reacked our fipni J MCetoMl Carter he panted ress PJ i tile liaa4 apoa his breast to keep- tek JM weflla blood charge and j t it tttery until we can bring- Ji to your support t 09 a am amo c ta doubled the full JSiBHlBfrif Itwe were to save the iSp army I The very horses seemed to j feel a ea e al relief han clinched mere catly oa taut reins to hold f tlMBaki fke kj under the cld battered SkMm t eyes of the troopers gleamed fJaHiiitl1Ir ViriimlanaV and the ol Colonels 1tl i i Yoke rang like a ciarloi down the l sz Breathless line there iis where you t J die1 Follow me t Slowly like somemighty mountain torrent gaining force we rode forth at a wau each trooper lined to pre i cisibfi of review yet instinctively take lag distance for sword plajr Halfway S94 dOwsL the slight slope our line broke la o a sharp trot then as ihethrJlling 1 gates of the charge sounded above us f p we swept forward in wlldt impetuous r 1Iltir Who can tell the story of those- JJ seconds that so swiftly followed J t4i Surely apt one who saw jut the vivid J flaih of steel the agonized faces the f J fflaaftof belchiag fire t recall the tp frearied leapgf my horjJetas we- truck the line ere it outd t6rm Into i j Skauare the blows dealt isavagely to irJcl1 andleft the blaze of a volley gcorchlBg our faces the look of the f Wg Usfaatryaian I rode down the Bud4e thrust that saved me from a levelled gun the quick Swerving of krour horses as they camej in contact- 3 t wIth the cannon the shofits of rage the blows the screams df pain the- O white face of Colgate as he reeled and fell These are all in my warn- Ceryi biurred commingled indistinct yt distressful as any nightmare In 1some way how I know nejt I realized 555that we had hurled them back shat Stered them by our first Jierce blow othatftkeguas were once again ours t tk4 7IsmoQnted tr90pers ere ocrttHif de perately at their wheels rtktdense blufI ifaass surged I 7 f0rm r bace again engulfed us in iti dei41y folds and witi steel and i buW ct jiwqrd and clubbed mUsket- pIGiked through our broken ranks reading us in twain fairlj smothering by sheer force of numbers I saw- iot t tJe old colonell Plunge neuddown Into iLo ruck beneath the horses feet tke Major riding stone jiead in his- r thekrvof E wenfdown screanilng and I r 10kHW I was thes nlor captain left About me scarce a hundred men bat J tie like demons for their lives in the str H Ustof the guns Even is I glanced laid at them shielding my head with i uplittedvsabe from the blows rained t i upoa me the colorsergeant flung up 1 hUMsif aad grasped his saddle pom piltke p from falling Out of hla oaing fingers I snatcheji the spUn tired staff lifted 4t high up until jI the rent folds of the old flag caught SS ta dull glow of the sunlight 4th T glnia I shouked Rally ota the Ooc3 I could see them comthgall that t i J wayI1t through the press cleaving the mass t wipi their blows astieI prow of a 4 bktp cut the sea With lone vicious t jab ot the spur J led them a thin i wedge of tempered gray 4teel ball rr lag gorging rending a assa3 lr d tnt spJId Dlfle walk lach by Jnchl i foot by foot yarfl by yard slashing t madly with our broken sabjres battling j a men crazed with luflt of blood wdir very horses fighting ifor us with IJl of u and hoofrwe p1utbed a lane- J Alof death througu a dOMnjfJIes Then j itHvast mass us Prolled completely ever ad There was 5ry i v 4flMha vision of frenzied tacesJ J 1 r daewnothore f f f SSS CHAPTER XXI I 1Il t J 4 If 1 ht bIIIt 1 Z s4sK1 1aaI1Js- 5S54 6 r1 when first opened my eyes tnat i was compelled to qjose them again merely realizing dimly that I looked up at something white above me whicn appeared tci sway as though blown gently by the wind My grop Ing hand tha only one I appeared able to move told me I waS lying I 1aboutupon a pillow Then r passed once more into unconsciousness but this time it was asleep When I once more awakened the throbbing pain had largely left my hot temples ahd I saw that the swat lug white canopy composed the roof of A large tent upon whichj the golden sunlight now lay in checkered masses telling me tire canvas had been erected among trees A faint moan caused me to move my vh ead slightly on the gratefully soft pillow and I couldperce1 a long row of cuts exactly similar to the one I occupied each apparenUy filled stretching away toward an opening that looked forth into the open air A mantas moving slowly down the narrow aisle toward me stopping here and there to bend over some sufferer with medicine or a cheery word He wore a short white jJacket and was without a cap his head of heavy red hair a most conspicuous Object As he approached I en deavored to speak but for the moment my throat refused response to the ef fort Then I managed ask feebly Where am X The blue eyes in the freckled bor IsXface danced goodhumoredly and he laid a big red hand gently upon my forehead Field hospital Sixth Corps he said with a strong Hibernian ac dent An how de ye ftoike it John nyr vBtftter than some others rye seen I managed to articulate faintly Who won1 DIvll a Wan of us knows he ad mltted frankly but your fellows did the retratln I It was an old old story to all of us by that time and I closed my eyes wearily content to ask no more I have tio way of knoiwlng how long I rested there motionless although Awake my eyes closed to keep out the painful glare mysatt thoughts busied with memory of those men whom I had seen reel and fall upon that stricken field we had battled so vainly to save Once I wondered with sid den start of fear if I bad lost a limb if I was to be crippled for life the one thing I dreaded above all else Feeling feebly beneath my bedcloth ing I tested as best I could each limb All were apparently Intact though my left arm seemed useless and devoid1 of feeling broken no doubt and I heaved a sigh of genuine relief Then 1 4 became partially aroused to my surroundings by a vplce speaking from the cot next mine You lazy Irish marine it cried petulantly that beef stew was to have been glyen me arbour ago Sure sorwas the soothing reply It wasnt to be given yer honor till twp oclock Well Its all of three now Wanthirty on me sowl sor That first voice sounded oddly familiar and I turned my face that way but was unable to perceive the speaker Is that Lieutenant Caton I asked doubtfully Most assuredly It is quickly And who are you VCqptain Wayne of the Confederate Army Oh Wayne Glad you spoke but extremely sorry to have you here Cadly hurt Not seriously I think No limbs missing anyhow but exceedingly weak Where did they get you In the side a musket ball but ex tracted I would be all right if that rtu r 1LoiiW511 IfjlJ tCaptatn Waynel She Cried lazy Irish scamp would only give me half enough to eat By the way Wayne of course I never got the straight of it for there are halfa dozen stories about the affair flying around dnd those most interested will not talk but one pf youi special friends and to my notion a harming young woman will most1 Ld j to po sometime this t l 1in j1oYiu Feel This Way l omelltraeslrjl r1edti Vee or trade any lotfif Do you have a poor Bpe f i tJf itite and lay awak r nights unable to sleep jfire 5Si i ur serves elI gone sud your stomach too p Hoe sin Sibtkae to forge ahead ia f world lleft you If sOftyou aijit as well put a atop to your misery You can do it if r you wiDtDr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery will r ek yes a dufernit individusl It will set your lazy liver J + to iroric It inlet things right in your stomach mid tSSi tJ ovr it will com bach It will purify yourbhqcl- ir 1 if tMfty tes 1eaC in your fanlily toward coisumiptlofi ve 1rfr it wK keei that dread Ustroyer ewEy Even alter cos freiIel ar + vowitoealMMM Itfejrae fVnepired liyPtf RV Pierce 4 HiapraetkDsttaking HMd- Dvnossy PriMM er WmIL5 Mid from ict LbI5J aloolwl1 lIfLa4 WeW OipeoaaryJe4WI h BUIO Yj M OPllc fR1 NTkS noon esn wm be dellgntea to nieC you again Fm sure One of my friends I questioned Incredulously yet instantly thinking Ingot Edith Brennan A young wo manSure at least she has confessed noagk to me regarding that nights work to make me strongly suspicious that Captain Wayne of th Coated erate Army and Colonel Curran late ot MajorGeneral Hallecks staff are one and the same person A mighty neat trick by Jove and it wrfuld have done you gpod to see Sheridans face when they told him But about the young lady sha claims great friend ship with the gallant Colonel of light artillery and her description of his appearance at the bajl is assuredly a musterplece of romantic fiction Come Captain surely you are not the kind of man to forget a pretty face like that I can assure you you made a deep impression There are times when I am almost jealous of you But I protested my heart beat Ing rapidly I met several that ever ning and you Lave mentioned no nameSWell to me it chances there is but one Worthy of mention he said earnestly and that can is CeU Minor Miss Minor I felt a strange sense of disappointment Does she come aloxfeT Most certainly do you supnose she would expose me in my present weak state to the fascinations of anyone else Ohso the wind lies in that quarter does it old fellow I congratulate you Tm sure My recollection of Miss Minor was certainly a most pleasant one and 1 recalled to memory the attractive pic ture of her glossy black hair and flashing brown eyes yet I felt ex ceedingly small interest in again meet ing her Indeed I was asleep when she finally entered and it was the sound t f Catons voice that aroused me and made me conscious of the presence of others II shall share these grapes with my cotmate over yonder be said laugh gIyBy lie way Cella his voice sounded strangely familiar to me a shon time ago Just glance over there and see if he is any one you know JL I heard the soft rustle of skirts and without a smile looked up into her dark eyes There was a sudden start of pleased surprise Why she exclaimed eagerly it is Colonel Currant Edith dear here Is the Rebel who pretended to be Myrtle Currans brother How the bot blood leaped within my veins at mention of that name but before t could lift my head she had swept across the narrow aisle and was standing beside me Wife or what there was that within her eyes which told me a wondrous story For the Instant in her surprise and agita tion she forgot herself and lost that marvellous selfrestraint which had held us so far apart Captain Wayne she cried and her gloved hands fell instantly upop my own where it rested without the coverlet You here and wounded I smiled up at her feeling now that my injuries were Indeed trivial Somewhat weakened by loss of blood Mrs Brennan but not anger ously hurt Then I could not for bear asking softly Irf it possibleyou can feel regret over injuries inflicted upon a Rebel tHer cheeks flamed and the audacious words served to recall her to our surroundings Even although I love my country and sincerely hope for the downfall of soberlyIyou In that terrible cavalry charge They tell me scarcely a man among them survived I rode with my regiment- I knew it was your regimentthe name was upon every lp and even our own men unite in declaring it a magnificent sacrifice a most gallant deed You must know I thought in stantly of you when I was told It was the act of the th Virginia There were tears in my eyes I know as I listened to her and my heart warmed at this frank confes sion of her remembrance I am glad you cared sufficiently for me I said gravely to hold two in your thought at such a time Our command merely performed the work given it but the necessity has cost us dearly Tou are yet at General Sheridans headquarters Only temporarily and simply because there has been no opportunity to get away the movements of the army have been so hurried and un certain Since the battle Miss Minor has desired to remain until assured of Lieutenant Catons permanent rc covery He was most severely wounded and of course I could not well leave her here alone Imoed I am her guest as we depart tomor row for her home to remain indefi nitely But Miss Minor is I understand a native of this State Her home is in the foothills of the Blue Ridge along the valley of th- eCwsk1na most delightful old Southern mansion I passed the summer there when a mere girl previous to the war But will it prove safe for you now oh indeed lest everybody says so It is entirely out of the track of completelyesiWayne surely you have already risked enough bothii wish me to be other than true to what I look upon as a duty No II think II respect you the more- I clasped her hand close within my own Your words encourage me greatly I said earnestly I have done so much to bring you trouble and sorrow that I have been fearful lest it had cost ine what I valuomore highly than you can ever know These words were unfort6itendin- stantly brought back to her a mom ory which seemed a barrier between us I read the change in her averted face- That can never be Captain Wayne she returned calmly yet rls Youjvecome89 peculiar a tq mike me always your IrlendCUud she turned toward the others Is It sot time we were gojlac I am vary sure the doe tor aalt you were k remaia with iJeuteaaat tot but a brief time i Why XtUta retortei Ute other wly liaTiWtp reedy for half aa bQ rMlfl AriharT but 71L ani waik 1o rf Iioa 1 z t It = f i U 1 Ifi not sold privately before twill on r I Ii WednesdayY Decemberr 1020 III t BEGINNING AT 9 OCLOCK A M5o-i t tlJleprmises7 mIJS 9uthof Springfie1d and 1 ttdes East of Lebanon on hortllne turnpike se1lm Jro1 A rZ frmoluJ y J 911 35 A ft CfES t L jW iiwo separate tracts and as a whole bid acceptedrealizing the most money This firm nlatr good school and church wellwatered with never failing sprints and in one of rthe i1 blst neighborhoods of thrifty farmers Said farm is one of the best improved in the State cq taming a new nlOderIf built dwelling of 7 romsand bah also concrete F8i Ii acre tobacco barn new stock barn and allnecessary outbui1ding Also has a telephc stackscales and everything necessary on jin uptodate farm The land is nearly all to bafcco land which has topped the market in Louisville twice producing 18t Ib per acre f11 fS tt PERSONALl PROPERTY ni- f t Will also at same time and place sell all my personalJ property and household and kitchen furniture t04jifg1fl t II gelding 5 years old I mule 8years old 16 hands higji J IIay ing6yearsold 3 Jersey milk cows t I mare mules 5 yeai s old 16 hands high 4extra good calves it 6rood sows 4 fat hogs IO0ChI9e ns l 241IadiI n RunneiDucks 29O bushels corn 3 tons timothy iia I large straw pick 2000 feet new lumber 1I moWer ToacQ setter new Disc rrowv 4tk A arrowPalr fence stretchers New2lQ3se wgo Buggyt nearjv new Plows gear c 5pk All H ouho1c1 a andMitcen Puiiifituif NeW J TERMS All sums o1 10 and under cash jeih amount p r on a credit of 1months Note with good iccurity J t ttinterest from date will IJe required It g l fet I C pU RH7LV- S F M CAMPBELL Af t 1eyt i i LtTNCEt O THE GRUNDSfl- 41 t vWJV iJ OVJ iVA VVJ U i5 0 fi t i fT7C 7 WE PAY EXPRESS 2 1 ORDER U COtRESii BY NAILWe 1landi NOle B fhe L c our stocks are large that you have every style and pattern vfjd w4 Bbttpe friiawlilcnto select and wd make buying BY MAIL Jut easy and BtttUftctory allyo1l can o ft tft theatoe l We have special things that you can got NOVBflEZLbZ tiolrai Levys Special 1 Suits for Men at i and nil the Lines of t r lrJO Ulu trat wblohwa enafreo onrequest WE SEND FREE Mention paper and Wito fully for anything our llha and youli ROt aprompt and answer auyU lnjr you buy herd ta not exactly what you want it may be Returned and your mONEY t Members Retailt Merchants Ass tiol1 limes AHouse 50 Years Aflo Tile In the Thight Spot t Reoei I n ant tILe near to tuuf I could see the qut k cojor atf mounted over Mrs Brennans throat NOnsense she answered wdihve not been here that length of time Il Muck to his regret believe be not even under fire The tone wag cool and collected again I goodbye doubtless We shall see you at View so soon you are able ti1 take the journey And Captain Wayne I trust I shall soon leXm of recover I Jf Mr eyes followed theit down the lone aisle At the entrance she alsa ft l Itt zov 4 15 FROM 1SSAN- DSVE M1NEY X I Lcyys Special Joys Suits with 2 pairs v ol Pants r Leadijag FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOES oAiAi4QGWe1aaue9 doatiloaf ALSO SAMPLES this uo youwantin eattofaotbra And if wil1bclximodlatslyBPUMDBDS ci RailbaiFarw fielwdtd atCerfm EslnblUihcd Largest IIsJJne x UISYl1n KY f it theIlLleutenarit Mppntaln as youfqompleto SpotLEYY3 tnerureAIdonot dnd1liS tnIdressed the wound Inmy chest and refastened the snllrita alonsr nv ama Not atIf ctorySA thirst for rejrjfnxeJ another Jtiiid which wont afford mueil fiiUifictloa to the nan who spends Meet of kis- ilne trying tte iatlsfjC ltAkkIeQ SI +I2Cfilhai National TpTbe national tree of China la the timgi a wood oil trea The oL tapro cured the seeds of Its fUt which is UKe a hickory nut buta4 large a a Bu aU orange TheVtuacaJford fine shade and its wdod jrixid b makers of musical InstrmncaU It tIs thought the tree would flourisa IB our Bouthern states t P etrilarltt f AwtA fa Addlao who eit1egstakU- lcgbeeeeatIdened e4I4ot 1171S was sky act kisI iKity pee 1MIJICt iieer a Mail ttIL Md tI1W iSest It wMNIIIfIlkaJ111 ioeyeeatIO ot a word oi faaer OfII 4bJa iS S DESIRABLE PROP BTl FOR SALE BY JcELROY WHARTON Nol 52 acres of land located one half mile from town good 6 roomdwel lug barn and other buildings fraits of all kinds and well watered per acre 5HQ5DO 91 acsresfli land 61 milesfrom Spring fie1dgood seven room dwelling hbUs new two goo barns stock and tobacco bat jweR ced mid Catered Pe- rahe8q No 3 93 acre farm atcd6miul from Springfield and 6 miles from- Lejahon 6 ro6mdvelling houset good barn mostly in grassy fine 10C ti DIO stabJe stock Per q creSG5 Nbf l2a acre acre farm well loca leO gboddweUIng houYe8tock and to bacco barn gocd school pervacre 7ZQQ lip 4 260 acei farm Yell located tine 10 roOnbrich dwelling new stocK barn tobacco barn crib arid granary 1ay wellnoaUyifl gt1Ss per are No 6 130 acre farm 7 miles from Springfield good 7 rodm dwelling good weU11watered large barn good orchard several ever lasting springs goo w n 83000 No8 80 ares landS miles from town good new dwelling good barn PricefroooNo9 20aerea dwelling 6 roms stoc bam and large tobacco Earn some timber all hi line state of cultivation per acre 835 No 10 184 acreS tf land good Vlue grass land 50 acres of woodland good t warn dwelling stock barn and silo go t lobarcq barn desirable location 1a hometNo 11 20 acres 2 mlleafrom torn good dwelling Sroori8 stocJ ari bacco bars good tenant house good nrt hnififiIrntaftnn JOU tltittl osjitIiiwoksadwI offi oIaoourt reporters write the System 1I Bhortaan JDraoghoa Coll95I aiJL Wltyf Because they faip DB tJGRO Jfaiia 104 aresJocaecl 6 mie 1 from pningdekisisa1ihougand rat 1MIenced price 2SOll i utue1romSpringfieIdtsl barn price 5 per atre I No 14 310 acres of land 3 mile from grtringfield j9 room d1feUnt underIt ugandbaynNo 16 1 a1 l rjltSpring eWj pear theJike convenient to Seeingfleido cuitivatn priot 47O t fromSptbarns fine tobaccdjfaraj well watered price per acre JJjC l 1dweUflg j No 30 M aeinaJMd dwelling andtbarn all gondlaidf price H4W JNo 21 US cre lcMl Si miles south of KarJKxWwnf acres inj grass f reck Mvelifle tetm and good Barn price 75I pvacre N 22M bested befiuid t tt1Odtgras priee per iwrt S4cre oti lotttodi i1 Wtobtow j n good pike otuafie large stock lam flZ42I milk fcotMe eai Iaouer good two kvetlatUar springs new IywlI 20 acres in wood u4e good wile renee Pricf L WANT a Better 1hemnro I1empnngfield price34c feighborhood B7t1 InN5Wy TItJI4ScJfldS irs Qk ll1d shJ lolding j pi1s uj taking DjaiKionv mt CATALOGUE BY f11 Lwtilti rcs iijL asfu frleINESMCiI iI t Ky or CvaiMv t 4