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II ESTABlfS1i3D IN 18lJ3 i t i i 31 v I NEW SERIES VOL XJtK06 SPINGFIELD WAS N60N COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 8 1912 t i 1 f t 0 if aUU rIn It i I OP 12th day of this montntbe Nation will celebrate the anniver I sary of the birth of Abraham the Great Emancipator Deatha In Nelson ft i From The Standard jsWrt John Lanqedy aged 68 diedat his home uear New HaI pn alter brief illness He was lUmon yeteran of the CIVil War IItie leaves wife and several children Ambrose Grant 37 died at Iris hoi oftubeI11Iu four children Warren and the Misses Kate Hester and Mart ScMrs gucrite Eiiz IIowidow of the late Geurge Dicker son died Jan 27 at the home of s JThlinton Nally at HnryvjIlel Mrs D ckerson wsboi bRcd reired in Nelson county Mr G R Mat ber aged 65tj dit d at his home in Bardstown jfteraeverefinesof acorn p icatidn of diseases FleWas very piminenLcapita ist and for tseveri1yeitrs had been one of the largest stockholders iu the New Haven Mill Cdmpany Miss Julia Churchill jRowar about fifty ve years p age member of one of the fpremosl ttt families of the State disci of the heart disease Friday morningl Tan 26 at sx Deacpness Hospital where she hadbefin for thejsast week Her old horn was at Federal Hill where Foster wroie My Old Kentucky H jme Mr ItEJ Proctor of Coxs i er r T t i s 2 t Lincpn a f a r i i t rCreek died Wednesday aftsr noon with Brights dseae He was 57 years of age and a prow inent citizen of ihe county and atone time vas in the lumber business in Louisville Mr Martin Wheafan a retired- farmeraged73 died evening with paralysis He was an invalid fcr the pastyear HQ was born and feared in Nelson County and resided there alt Bis life On Sunday January 28 at her home 19 the city of 3ardsto vn town Mrs MQore passed from her transient dwelling place on earth to seek her eternal home Mrs Moora was born in Bards town in 1853 and fro a childhood her life has beep associated with tlje people of her native town and ner friends were nnrcbered by her It was a shock to his many friends off this county to near of the death of Sheriff Edward Bejl Panama City Fla Monday morning Jan 89 Mr Ben left the county earlj lit October for Florida in search of health having been afflicted with luag trouble for several yearp Mr James B Chambers aged 71 years died ati his home near the Rolling Fork after a linger log illness DeWitts Kidney and BladderPilte BACKACHE I 1912 OilRIER UORNALt 4You can ncft iteep posted on current political events unless you read jhe ICOURIERI jPouRJiALLn- usvllle Kentucky BENRY WATTERSON Editor t This r esidential Year lE TARIFF tilI be the iwsieand the battle will be a hard p JouglHonp YOU CAN GEl I 1 raiDAILYfrr Cou INeLeaderI THE NEWSLEADER Wednesday acquaintances FOR S 4 Regular price of the Weekly Courier Journal flooae yar News eader and Weekly Courier 150 per rWeC7 ft also make a Special Rate on Daily or- SttMlay Courier Journal in conHnation with this paper 77 1 TO SET ADVANTAGE OF THIS CUT RATE SfeE US ORDERS MUST BE SENT TO US 1 NOT TO COURIER JOURNAL 1 f 1f KENTUCKS Most Famous Character Dies Near Crab Orchard A Nervy Man Crab Orchard Ky1 Feb 3 Grove Kennedy one of ihe most noted characters produced by Central Kentucky died at his home on his farni near this trpladouble pnFumonia Kennedy was in his seyentvthifd year and for years had led a peaceful life after being pardoned by Gov rnnr Blackburn for the murder Ofhisa uncle Eh Kennedy at Lancasa ter in 1879 Bis deatn while due primarily jatocithenpdy jn hospital at Prank fort after an operation for ppendici tisi In the earlvjehties Grove Kennedy was the most promi entfigure in Kentuckys criminall record Inl1879 hehad a quarrel with his uncle Eb Kennedy over ihe affairs 6f his wife Later they met in front of the coprt h use and Grove shot his uncle tideadthKennedywas takn to the hotel for safe keeping As he passed along the passage going toa room where heJ was to be confined his wife slip ped him revolver with the aid of which he hed up his guard I esclpeIGov McCreary offered 500 for his capture and finally Marsh ll Hunter of Bardstown got hint in the wilds of Lincoln The prisoner was tried and given a life sentence He was giyen a new trial and sentenced to 21II years He was pardoned by Goy Blackburn After his release Kennedy re phtuinedtoLincolnI he lived peaceably and with the respect of his neignbors Struck By Freight Engines Tuesday afternoon a northbound freight train known as the nigger local struck I team of horses belonging to Mr T Man Estesanddrivec by JimGribbius brayouugwas instantly killed and the other so badly injared that it was shot Mr Gribbins received five scalp wounds yar log from one to fiye inches long his hip was cut body consideably bruised and skull slightly fractured He was removed to Elizabeth Hosp ital and is now considered out ol danger The accident occurred at toe crossing of the Lebanon Lumber Co plant where a north bound train cannot be seen until almost at the crqssing The noise of the emp4i wagon driven by Mr Gribbios prevented his hearing the approaching train Marion Falcon Brfair Million of Years Old A jjetrlfled prehistoric snail embedded In the heart of a large pleco o blue Lisa atone was discovered are a days ago by quarrymen working at Cheddar Cliffs Wales upon some arge boulders of stone which were displaced In the landslide which oc curred some years ago Th dIsco eryJs distinctly interesting to the geologists on account of the great age of the find as situated upon a very Jow strata It must be millions of rears since the snail lived Affectation Rebuked When Alice Jones was 18 she be came Mlsr Alysse Jones When she went to enter a normal school she Will asked her uarau by the dean She re i piled Miss R Alysse Janes AlyBse Yes said the dean and bow are you spelling Jones nowT WhycoziqhStop 1 Stop coughing Coughing rasps and tears Stop it Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble Stop it I There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing Stop it 1 Ayers Cherry Pec toral is a medicine for coughs and colds a regular doctors medicine Sold for seventy years Use it Ask your doc tor if this is not good advice Unless jtherc Is daily action of the bowels poisonous products are absorbed causing headache biliousness nausea dyspepsia We wish you would ask your doctor about correcting your constipation by AyersPillsXa4 Given Life Sentence 1 Ben Robinson1 slayer of Man son Isaacs whose trial w s begun jffn the circuit court last liursday was on Saturday convi ed and his punishment at life iprtson jment in thepenitentiary Three of the jurors were inl Favor of death on the tint ballo Robin son through hiraLtol iey Ben Spalding has asked fa new ial but as yettlle cou bitS not p JassedRobinson whA is 26 rearS ciiv age shot and killed l J r Isaacs on the 16 h day of iasl Augista Robinson came tp Letitucky year or so ago from 3eorgia undwas a tenant on the fail of E i b Glasoe1fwtiose farm iis use to that of Air Isa 3s Rob Li son claimed that a cr of coi n in which lie hud beau i terestecl h cadI he said he believed oe nged in Mr Isaacs arid that hen he went to see him be Wii ordered from the place ROD sun said th fatcoat and shoved him am that be lieving he was acting selfde fense he drew his p stol and red It was afterward learned at the hogs did not long to Mr Isarcs and that ho hold Rob rn son that iif he found pot investigation that t ie ogs bu louged to him he wool jnv for- eth injury that had but dofe h Cro p Ends Eire i r MANY CHILDREN DIE CROUP EVERY YEAR BEFORim DOCTOR CAN BE SUMMONED Parents of children sho d be prepared at all times for a spa- i of croup Keep in the house a rem y that will give instant relief arid kefl the childs from choking until the a jval oflysician Get a 60 cent bottle ofOMEltoday and in case of an att k of croup pour 20 drops into a kitcl QbQwiof boiling water Hold the hilds head er the bowl sothst it car reathe thetothing penetrating vapoi hat arises In the meantime send for a hysicfah This treatmenthas saved he lives of many children and is a pre ilition that all parents should promptl akedHYOMEI sold by Hay nn Willett d druggists everywhere id is guaranteed for croup catarrh ipthma and onchitis II Congressm Johnson eOnecourageous Datnocrut in Con gress w Ben Johtit on chairmanIjof tthe District of Ujli nbio coin mittee and we do Itt suppose bere is another menfi er of the louse of Represur ativts so thoroughly bitted bv t I grafters nd Treasury looters who ha e for years been looting he gencr a Government throubthe Dis 4rict appropriation b S11S this oume dumiicrutiu Iea icrat Hen Johnson made a na e for him itlf In his native bt e erving iiasii C alecior as Speaker of pe BOils SteW Hen tior end is now ser s his 3rd tern in Congress i is in the prime of life of tall men tndiu presence genial iin cordial tto all who meet himI nd posnivb m his couvic iols when onct made runt he has zed up the situation ih the JDi rici pratty accurately and has s liuck tenor into the hearts if icsu genial grafttrs who hate t long cur ritd things with a tgh hand if putting it in halveI Lie brazeu iffronteryof the R jtub lean pa IllJonmbiainmukng before he lined beeumedas the chairman or the Ei Strict com mttee stiows to iiat lengths tbie band of best tizenste so called will go l oerplayedIstead of a weaklinj susceptible is their time worn customs of dinners and social JiicCiion an honest coutageou man anx ious to do justice Ito all the peo pIe inside and oiilside of the District of Columt i has now dawned upon them tith terrible tforce National De nbcrat t1- tSC Gentle UIif iA mJserableslnncrl king clergyman sought advice of experienced preacher and was told among other thingsNit you are preaching of hell your ordinary exprewlou of coun tenance will dor but if you preach of heaven I should try t look a little t more chcerfuL Chris an Register r OLD TRAGEDY Recalled By News of Where SupposedIAccomplice Telegram received from Brist- Ol ennIA telegram has been receivf here byA M Duncan acting ounty Attorney from Bristol Term asking as to whether Ed nard Alfred was wanted for the murder of Dr Gr nville Alfred t Springfield thirtynine yearsc ago While it would be of littlehse to bring him back here even if there had been a strong case1 against him as practically all of tbe witnesses who testified in theI case are dead yet the fact of Edward being apprehended re alls an old trayrecjy which oc cqrred In the county in the year 1S73 It was on the 27th day ofMy 1873 that Dr Granville CA1 1arediin the north part of Washington Count by George Miler Alfred At the September term 1873 of the Washington circuit court anT bythelGrand Alfred and hisbrother Ed ward charging thorn with the murderI of Dr Alfred by striking him with an axe or other deadly wea port It seems from statements of persons who rememoer the facts that the trial showed that Edward was not connected with i AIiwho lived near the home of Dr Atfr d and after Miler had killed th doctor hn tld his brother ofi whatvhe had done Edwardwapj MiIJprwhile working vifJacomrftde ttold him of his crinie and it was ellwsbroughtell the Washington circuit court and on the 10 h day of March the following jury ivug empan Ied and sworn to try the caS- EGeOlgtNoun in vFl Elarmovii Joseph Nally John R Bartfevt S C Beglay Thomas VallSThomas Newton John Reed S B A11 M Thos Dickerson Milton Grayer and Edward Ron y The trul lasted until tne 11th when the jury returned the following verdict We of the j ury fid the prisoner guilty and ix his punishment at death Ed M Roney foreman A motion tandwas duly filed It was claimed that a new trial should be granted because evidence of confessions by him had been permitted to be introduced it being claimed that tbe defendant had h en induced to make said confession as he was told that it would be better for him to confess and that such con fesslon would be no evidence airainst hita Tbe motion waf overruled and on ilie20th day of March 1874 the following sen tence was pronounced on him I STATE OF KENTUCKY Washington Circuit Conrt March Term 1874 March 20 Commonwealth plff vs Murder George M Alfred Dft Thisdaj cau e the attorney for th6 Commonwealth and the de fendant was brought into CoUrt in the custody of the jailer and the said defendant having been in formed of the indictment plea and verdict was a ked if he had any legal cause to show why judgment should not be pro nounced against him and nonE eeing given by him nor for him t is therefore adjudged by the Court that the said George Miler Alfred be lunged by the neck between the Heavens ad the earth until he be dead and thatt execution of this judgment be made and done upon him the saidj Geloge Miler Alfred by the sher iff 6f Washington county on FrI nfe iunseti prisoner is remanded to l saii time when he jauyntillj Uvrd to the sheriff in atixiil ance with thesaidjudgmentj A copy JAS P BARBOtJB Clk- Ol the ashtn ton Circuit Court 1 And indorsed on a copy of the srntenmU the following return Executzd the jvilhin sentence t ofFebrqarY187Fd ant Geoxe Miler Alfred between ihe hourjof sunrise and sunset bfjbweeQ the heavens and the earth un til the said George Mi iJef AlfrelIw I A LetF BOSLEYS W 0 ICday of the execution was one of the most memorable iu Springfield and one of the largpst crowds aver seen here waso hand The ease had attracted onlyhereThe execution took place in a IF1prlogieIJIF ford and the Commonwealthbe iing satisfied that bis brother was gu Itless dtcided to drop the muter although they ascer tained that be was in the U S Aniiy Such being the opinion t that day when then were con versant of the facts it would be a waste of time and money Jo tdUe the matter up ai this late dar and the officers at Bristol enii have beenso uotided iDraughons College The highest dgreeof business ability comes only through aAprocess of bjiatss training TeBEST PLA E Ir you to get business training is Draugh ons Practia1 Buiuess Collie Nashville Teiin Padiicah Kv Evinsviile find or Washington D C r j Deatl Sentence Affirmed Oa January 30 the Coirb vi Appeals alfirm J the judgment the Mall n circuit ouun iu the icai taneloim Boanuan bGUtilnolo fthiucuUri to Jifu imprisonment i oV pda donf him Bo rman wid be eleu rocuied at the Ediyviie peniieutiarv 6u some tlare to be named by the Governor The crime for which Boarmaa iis sen euctid 10 dthwas corn mitted upon Minnie Lambutthe aruiptiurOti Sunday g191Larresiea as was Claret ce A ford als cbarged with the same crime and owing to the feelings aroused trey weresent lo Ihe Louisville j il fur spriayurw of the circuit court and the CiSe continued tilt special temh in July After a jury has been p seeC idailaw was bond in the iindictment and Boarman and Alford were returned to jail At y the Septembcjr rt3rJof courU both were indicted for rape and having demanded separate trials Boarman was tried tirqt Con siderable trouble was experienced in jetting a j rj 1but o e was secured compse of eltytu Doyle county men and one from this county After hearing the evidence aodarsumeni of coun sel the jjury quickly leturned a 1 Verdict of guitiy and fixed the penalty at death Mariou FaSl con i q tslorious HaIr i FOR EVERY WOMANWHO ANts ITI balrltIdally keep youjr wiIIgivyou will be proud of t Parisian Sage is a most reliable hair tonic so reliable that Haydon Willett guaranties it to eradicate dandruff stop foiling hair and itching scalp or money back It should be used as dressing by all members of the family because it keeps the scalp clean prevents the hair from turning gray and baldness Large bob t tles 50 c nts Youwill havo no use or ore nary preparations afteonce giving delightful Parisian Sage airiol- v NefroKOli WifeV 1 Danville Kyf FebiGeorfI t Bo dock colored his wile early thl morning Two shots wev fired one pagsioX f through the abdomen Boldoc was arrested and placcdI 1 l 10YALBM 4Absol u MAKESPIOME I4 7 c K f FIne FlakyCrusIs The only Baking Powder boDl Royal Gripe Cream 01 Tar1 r I I f GOSSIPITIS nd The Cure For The Ma ady According To An Expert Jlichmond Ky Feb 3 1912 I understand that there is a hilRlcalprescriptional filled follows will prove a sure cu e as 1Takeounce and of an herb called URIOWNFQR OTH ERS and two jor ihree sprigs it KEEP YOtFR TONGUE BETWEEN YOUR TEETH simmer them together in a vessel called CIRCUM S PECTION abdiit win be fit lor use Application The symptoms e a violent itching in the ton ue and tough of them utb- hih invariably lakes place when you are in poztipany with a species of animajs called gps ps When you teall a tit of disorder comjntr on take a tea- oonfulof the n jxture Holdij your mouth which you will keep closely shut uniilyou got ome and you vi1lfinda Com you abprenendl a re lapsp keep a sthatbtteatfout- ou l and ou the slightest symp ms repeat the dose9 I think it will cure the disease it direction are followed closely rBowJiijg Green Messeuger Dr Augustine Cooper S DrAugustin Colp rand sot died in a railroad accident at Du Rip Tex last week Dr Cooper was the son of Iht late Dr Augustine Cooper o Springfield Snd waa partly edu cated at St Xaviers In Louis ville He was sJ6 years od and is survived by his widow two daughters rdson Walter whose home is at PairfleldKy His sister Sister Mary Cather 8pIDCI of the Princpal itt JireepVe College at Uurdstowr Bards town Standard V Wilson fro Speak Governor Woodrpv r Wilson will spea ktoiht Ken tuck Gen eral AsEenjlbly tomorrow Hew pass through Lexington earlyin the day on his way to Frankfort and w be jo1 d there bi num erous friends It is thought he v IH matte mo address in Le ingtor Preserving a Calmn jw The much aundyed cUstomer 3 apprckdanother totlabwnil then assuraius an alr k wptrlefv kJlprMM17UMIM KM siae pctata o tk jaw iA bSUBSCRIPjON 4 J l c l F1t A I 1Jr E4j fe1y Pure IIIIIIWJ Light BIscuit Delicious cakefI Dainty Pasfrles4- I Pudding IIIRIIII In Memodar Ut deatbstlatbascni- munity was that of Mrs Roljeit A Whebiley who died at homei Jata ry 8tb19ll MrsWheat ley before wa3 before her mar riage was Miss Etta Hill lad was a daughter rjjf M andMrs h B lull and was born Octofcer 121877 Oa April 263 04 1 Leas united in marnge to Mr Robert A Wbeatly Funerali services were conducted at St Rose Monday by ReV Father IploOd Hurial in the cemetery there A Ilarge crowd of rela lives and friends from this and ad joining counties follpweclftlie remains to their Jas resting place iDeaththought but it comes to aiime souls so gently Jihac it aeem to lose allof its terrors and appear iin tIle wh ite robed angelof peace So did it come to our dear Etta wben har soul with that of her Infanti babe passed sweetly 10 their eternal regard Sbe had buttboreUyWilli t be of hefbeautifut chnslun lfMay eternal light shine upon l tier and may God sooth tK oignant grief of her dev Wllv husband two little children parents relatives and frieip with the assured hope of the future glorious reunion Weep not bereaved1 OtIMOQt t rejoice thatshe ic safe lyeRejoice to have before tbiijV Throne an advocate whos t prayer for those saeloT i j rilJ never cease till God iiavitesyci y f there Y L A iFiy M i it i 9 SOURNESS GAS iSAiTBuia AND STOMACH DISTRESS tWILL DISAPPEARt Distress after eatiaffc aouraeW gas and heartburn can be Cf1kki1 t toy taking one or two MIONAMeIISCk tablets v They are guaranteed to biehany case of indigestion acute restomach ailment no matter What itffa Called or money bck MIONA stomach tabJeta aM ItHoIlj ind easy swallowed They ase aeW JtrfHaydon Willett and droKiate ev ry where for 50 cents a box Tbtyare put up In a neat petal box tfctea berconveniently carried ia the test peks tlieV are especially recomneaM fec lervousness sleep MMMM kd ireaai izziness and bilLot iiiiatI j Itve YMMfl Priam Next to a reje4tJ MtMtaMAt s J Jr the aiest coavtefmt tittaka ajw u man caa carry twith Ma M eslantnr of kU xarMC Is illtt htlt MkM k ifMlmpoitat sad hkSand erJilul a whsav tOYe if lIver or ass fr0 d- ezreiv he eaa OYW IioYaUdb4vc7baytI twlllkL feasaayeid glfMi Addl 0 w cask M wiw akjr a 4 b Pr5- Hrvls5 y bI S nget- 44t a dIse wrwd a him r 111 wsfADfR i PIcIIILD KY i IvM1IIIkI93ZY MUDAY SI Ht JOSEPH POU t Editor aI PobHshere 1j r On next Monday the natiot r Vill celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln r ie of thcJQouutrys greatest t Presidents and greatest charac J imr vet willie the date of ibis ff 6fr b8kQow Jwith certainty iJ rjlace is lost sight of still case is not tho only one of its Wj3 ard His rot stage cntn t i wercnrrrjler tfaft aien cities clair eJ IIarrer dezd Through which Ii n Homer toggedrr his bread t Lincoln was not tinterested In eSlablishuig the place where he was born for whether twas m 4 ve or lil Place it mattered 0 k f ot Bot4hei S was somethingit thichxave him greater anxety sad in that he was like Homer lie begged the place where he kw hIs parents had liyed and 1 where he believed he was born to clearhii woThersnatne from the shame which Lis greatness had cut UpOD it He wrote theJ officials of Hardin county for a v copy of his parents marriage It record trat they could not grant dihira relief which was not in then power Unfortunately the atten 1tionof Washington county offi dialsi was not called to the matter untill after Lincolns death when ZtheTvery best possible evidence the record was found and we feel that if the immortal Linf redgance back to earth his jufall tonlnor at his home at Spring field 111 and not oa the cain in Larne county but on the nodest v clerksoffice inSpriogfieldj Ky i where staring tho world ib the anaface are the lDCiUtestiblrec vv ords of his and his parents hon 1 or This is a matter no longer dependent on what spmebok said jIoimen may diet but records preerye for generations jWhat Lincoln said as to his birlhj place uis not to be taken withoutjquali fication He was mistaken as tito the place of his parent mar rig and why not as ohiE birth He could remejnbjer ibJ one as well as the other ahd his understanding as to one vas DO better than the otEer We stLl1 believe that Lincoln was born t here and our hopes are not dead yet for we are still hoping fcr- V the time when Washington coun I ty will come intoi her own Yet be that as it may we feel that we are infinitely greater iu Lincoln s History though we have to marble monuuent wo have a tecordsi1 y which performed the greatest I t service to TAncoluS memory that could be performed Yes we 4i O I have a right to reloiceToUl Lin coins birthday The Courier Journal in writ r ing of the dog law says i t Unless it is uniended in sucil iway asCI limit be size bf heell claim it may as well be re J a Yed r 4 While the primary obj ct of the tax on dogs was for the ben eflt ofshejp owners losing sheep by their incursions yet it goes without snyitig tit many o 3 them have been incTin ato grossly huse it as everyone knows who is familiar With sheep claims When a sheep worth 250 is killed by dogs ajclaim is filed for 750 or 10OOL It is evident from this that it pays a sheep owner better tM ave his tbemtolI tsmeraJEdyt necessary in or dtr to correct the abuse that is being made of the law either by legislation qr by judicial con strociion and discretion in the Fiacil Cour Some courts have paNed orders refusing to allow any claim for more than five dol 1ars for each sheep filled We h 4 thinlc that a regulation of this 4f kind would certainly afford ad Aeque relief to sbeep owners in t tJbmoL instances The meaning SliiJaait of the Jaw is being t i y ttjjiM Tlaw never cootem- v4 r iif that the Joser of sheep to hftve full value for his Much less double rand i jmsireble thei value but I is the best and quickest way to perfect health Women and girls who suffer are simply weak weak allover mixtures Opiates are anda1 thanI worthless they aggra vate the trouble and healthho lower the standard of Scoffs Emusion18e strengthens the whole body invigorates aria builds up Be ftire to get SCOTTS alwaytkhetthebeatAZT4 DRUGGISTS l1n was intended to be along the lines of insurance It iswel1j known that insurance companies do not take risks for mOte tbIthe value of tho building IDfJ fr- ed because if thejndo the build ing too often burns That tlie exorbitant and the unreasonable claims that have teen put in have been the resuK of persons trying to get full value for their ded1tbatinsureIcieQtclaims is not to be gainsaid yett this is taking an unjust ad van tage of other sheep owners und a false affidavit is made in order to do it This fact is one whicil has doubtless been overlooked by many claimants If the latmains unchanged we believe the abuses can be remedied dicill construction of Ihe byI an d it ought be done A Washington spe Ialto the Courier Journal states that Rep resentativ Powers will call ou President Taft in a few days in effort to have a commutation of a sen tehee of deith pronounced on a cjlbred woman for killing her husband last summer The woman bitsan able adv cateas Caleb got a man par Jon el in Kntiickwho had been pronounced guilty by three juries Long Lick Mrs Abner Hilton and daugh OfjMrsf w9kIJ O Miltoaani plarry Wright irspend1irigT G Stumph and family dined with C B Miltoii and familyI S IMostiv ered their crop of tobacco andI nave r cpived some fair prices Miss Maud Hilton spent one day last week with the Misesl Giilispie P H Stumph returned hom ifter spending hisImister Mrs Maud Wikerson and family near Shepherdaville Mr G W Cocanougher and Willie Lawrence passed througbI our village Tuesday of last week John Stumph of Cedar Point vtstecth father at Lick Creel Su idiy Mr C E Milt in asia daugh ter were the guests of Mrs Ab ner Hilton Wednesday Rufus Shoemaker of Pleasant Run was visiting pd riendshere Friday afernoon I Monday February 19 Arrival c- fLiJJX200 pm and I Proteus Parade atNiht social given by Miss Cqr IToe ho03l Thursday even 1inawas well attended and all re ported an cjoyabe time William Young and fanily wre the guescs4f J Q Milton and family Friday evening John Boswell has moved from his farm to Dick Hendrens place erMrsday last week with Mrs T G SlumphT Hugg was in Springfield On business Litsey Miss Laua Reed has returned the after spending the veek th her aunt MrsGleason Hulisof Louisville toMrthe sick list- MissElizibeth LogdonspeutI several d lys last week WltQ Miss Emma PoHq- Mesdames James OConnor Sam Vanarsdale and win Thompson were the guests of the Misses Kelley IM and Mrs Stevie Thomp son and children visited Mrs Alice Thompson the first of lastI week oMessrsGrigsbr fj Moor svlJle spent GriqsbyMiss Logan Neale is visiting att the home of Miv Sterling Thompson The following pupils of Miss Adeline Coxs school were on the honor rule during he last ses sion Raymond Ttiompson Carl Piokston Eta Bell Pinkston Ida Goodlett Herbert Moran Stat lley Thompson Dont forget the box suppcu at tthe school house Feb 14 PASTOR DIVIDES A CHURCH Yale Divinity Students Resignation After Heresy Sermon Rejected by a Vote of 46 to 40 New Haven Conn The little townI Branford seven miles east of here lot thoroughly aroused over the recent of the Rev Seeley K Thompklns pastor of the First Con gregdtional church and report had Jt that charges of heresy might be made against him The Rev Dr Thomp kins according to some of his critics is ultraliberal in his views Several weeks ago Mr Thompkins preached a sernion in which he said he believed most ot the Bible was heresy John J Cunnigham a deacon led tthe attaok upon the young pastor and he was supported by the older siam bers of the church Opposed to the acceptance of the resignation of the pastor was the younger element headed by William Hotchkiss and Herbert E Thatcher n deacon The resignation was rejected by a vote of to 40 Mr Thompklns is a senior of the Yale divinity school coming here two years ago from Minnesota His wife is here with him GIVES MAN TO FIRST WIFE Frau J4o 2 Willing to Resign for Predecessor Who After Long Absence Returns i Boston With the advice and con sent of his second wife Gqstav E Lar sen has petitioned the court here for the annulment of his second marriage in order that he may remarry his first helpmate Larsen was married to his first wife fifteen years ago and four years later she disappeared For eight yeara he searched for her without success and therr believing her dead he remar ned A few days ago tho first wife hunted up her husband and asked for giveness To clear the situation wife No2 offered to renounce the man she loved and gh a up her home that Lar sen might rewed hIs first love CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough 9Bears theISignature of l eW7cCAb New 2250 1970 Ji Dorothy Cal zpaign JV John Phim Orth LiteraryPresa State Senator John tndrews widow with a daughter D wthy had heard things but had boon 90 busy starting his campaign for re4 fectibn to Inves ligate them Those mngs had been about his daughter i pd what they wore he finally got a und to say rook here they tIme you have god into this nonseji lent suffragette bu jTesreplyIII will just as sop as my commit tee reports Committee onlegiaftvepof it We have unco red some things astonish the publj Eh1 Eh7 querle the senator as he sat up be able to con sl1al1I rs Doeli Well j m wont and I dont want you foo rig with such things All this tag about graft is pure moonshine V has been tell ling you a lot of etui Mr Ra burn H a a young man on the Examiner j in know What you are1 ac ualnted with any onfc on that dlshrot a sheet almost howled the f her Just Mr Raybur and hes awful niceNice Nice W y the whole pack f them oh th tIpe are liars and scoundrels Don you know that they are pitching to ine in every issue thatIYes but Ive Ibj ird you say your record was pure that they couldnt tarnish Itf 0f course they ant replied theI senator as he hitc ed uneasily but one doesnt want i e curs a yapping at his heels t time You just drop that young R yburn like a hot potatoiuIthlnk he is thi king of calling on you If he does Ill i ray him through Ia window Thinking of ca ng on you to ask for myhand 1ho senator gay three Jumps The first arrled hjmfj en feet from his c tdY wYevo fteisr 1 HtrYtJ chair The seco turned him around The third jumpet him back to whero he started from Then he shouted Never Neve Never Warn him not to come Tell him hell walk into hisS own gra e if he does I be- lIeve it was hI hand that pennedI the article sland inj me last Sunday If you read Iishould have made your blood boil Oh I dont ka w replied the lag daughter rou see we as suf thIngsThenr mybandINo No k Vhewith it iThenelopeOhout your consent And youll never get It to marry Hayburn or an one else that ha ever worked on he Examiner That closed 1 Interview for threo days Then s Dorothy made portunlty to sa Father dear I think it is my duty ythatyouConcernme It seems th ho knowsor Ttnew a man name Tim Donahue He tosdyingWhat Tla Donahue dying ex claimed Urn sator And Jloorr b had something on thatiol t i Sind hI Ii I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE rIffIWHAT IT WILL COST TO Mardi Gras 201IOrleans Mobile rCoprrigbt Pensacola 1945 uesday j Iebrurv 20 lParadefaf EXIi 1 llpO am and CI ParadeifIat night i pOUND TRIP FROM SPR1NX3FIELD ii- Tickets on sale daily February J Stn 19 loci usi veI i SLEEPING CAR 400 to 450 EACH WAY L BERAL STOPOvERSLIMITON TICKETS fli ARCH 18 i l TO APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST for the roundtrip ejatimatefr five days boarLandoding at 100 per tday iu best homes andPullmanl I i i fev4SEE DESCRIPTIVE rcgeLouisville BOOKLE11tI 118 a = y Ilw i L1O lIj lI I I f 1 f I i1 Mens Fine Tailoringr II r l THURson Y FRIDAyr ATiURIllli II II FEBRUARY 15 1 1647 t I J I Americas Premier tailots vII III IExclusiveI I l t WII W R D DII A PerfectF Fit GllarautoeDt e I i Ct d V r I 4i Come in on one of t1e above crate ai us- I Wi 6J l f I fit youfora newSpring Suit r1 I 0 1 7 GRUNDY MclNTIRE 1 III 1jf rere It axe eying atSty tv cp m smade a written cSnfesslon and Mr Rayburn has it in his pocket I think your name is mentioned but of course as your record has been whIter that gsnowIt hasithas but hang Tim i gave me away That is if he about me I 4ant you to get 1hO document for me I will try butI dont kno told Mr Rayburn bow you felt toward him and naturally he was hurtwt Three or four days passed with the senator trying hard to appear indlf fcrent but really anxious end then hei felt compelled toask Well Dorothy what about that wonderful deathbed confession 1 am sorry to tell you daddy that Rayburnother day when a man no oed Sham was run down by a stree cpr Mr Rayburn is tenderhearted and gen erous and he consoled tce injured man and sent his wife 50 He couldnt be saved however but before he died he made a confession Hewas a mem ber of the legislature when the good joads scandal youknewThe infernal rascal Did he men tion my name71 I think he did daddy I think he confessed that he uponthatIdocument as well as the other behereanhonest1IrRayburnI dont think ho would come Ua thteatcned gethalShane was a liar ttThe senator walked around with hiichest thrown out and a selfeatlsfled beIngthe wantetoand it wasnt many days before he jocularWell suffragette oany further alarms Why yes daddy That Isyou may not think ft worth minding owing 0tyour snowwhito record but Mr Ray burn considers It a great find Dang Mr Rayburn tSogotanother0 drove out tho other day to see Farmer cDramblefanncrownedland polltlclanl was enabled to get 12000 for land worth about 2000 a d wasivvyThey cant prove It shopted the senator Perhaps not but you see the faif anilIttYuinlll he had confesscd that the Eec atbr got twothirds of the graft Mr Rayburn has the documentcAnd it says Im the senator does H Y1 think it does daddy I think so thero such an expression as deadIi htA l T1 believe er s 4think that Mr F eyhirn tntnKs that fir c cuuieuc get4 you aeadtorlghts Dont they sometimes say that a man Is caught with the- oodson Yyes An there aIgoose being cooked Urn And with the three deathbed con Iw f pocketandithith the Examiner hot on the trail I think w youillthe coming election Dot be poorinnocentof snowwhite politicians The snator fixed that thing In a day WI n Mr Rayburn camo calling again hi seemed to feel perfectly at home but he did sigh as he observed overbutAnd Dorothys answer was nut It youwould publiel Too PoIittb There aneadotn countrymenplcb ItSerylal followIngthaiheretImportnntthlln t troubleto110Utebttaughttteni nnboutblesJouy an olderperson oneesc Once the 1oc1ja somehinggardensJli drownedInpit he caned to his aropenndThe dutiful schoolboys soon found a rope and threw jt down to their itbeganfeet more and he would be out of tho thoroug41YIIlxoppedthet t shouttngHaylr Allah Chodjar IThe poor Chodja fill bXck down to the bottom ot the pit hecrledfboys sense first and then polite nesslYouths Companion fjj Getting ar Delightful Sensation An aerial expert says that In twen tty years will bo able to go front New York to Europe In fifteen hounu It will certainly be a delightful sea sation for one to feel that he is get Uog away from New York at such speed as that r 000Dogs av j for meq taa among tbeI college students of Germany EachO student Is apt to have one or moree marked by5 tbo college cplbrs andGtrained to render eervlcp by carrying oater Relief t Try Sloans matism dont it lightly It to blood limbers stops pain 4V Jac1csoaCatwrites sao II MARTIN J TUNIS 169 16th Avej a II Paterson N J TitesrI was a cripple with rheumatism for two years and i could not at all t to be carried from place to place 1 tried remedies could not get ter until I tried Sloans liniment bottle fixed me up In good shape Iand now I always have a bottle in the my wifeand children 1 SlOANS LINIMENTkind of pin Good for Neuralgia Larabftfo Chest Pains Sold by all dealers Price SOc Gild ffOO Sloans took on Hones hogs and Poultry sent free DR EARL S boston MWM t very BusFnessi Man v t j- 4i 1 Ret gtnizes of all business dettik both local long disthnce Itisi economy i of tJSt f time arid money Unexcelled telephorieservlce can be had oyjltJtke of Telep1ronernd Telegraplmpany Lees distance to all irnport4cnp ints In the tJni ted ieasohabTeservfce best fi CUMBERLAND TELEPHONED x TELTEGRAPH COMPANY trlpCQrporated y r t Irreverent Youth On a pubJIcaUsn day of a Lewspaper printed out eBt8 boy tea or twelve years of age cimr Jleculll1tIaccount man dered In DeevanfHe was an swered In affirmative when de posltiD cents upon te 7tab1 he remarked with aneralr of selMnipor tance Welhthats my want to read dlfbut bizn13oaton- Uernld upicJawiiUOlhiioQ q qeQl njiiads puv osnoq qs jo Ul d aqi spjinqf ronjBia uutLi99q saJua aJnl11f jo UBd ls qaql ojuDd ezn3uN wtJdns CMy nisN 9 j I kfromRheumatism r Liniment for your rheu rubjust llay Oft goes straight the sore spot quickens the up the musclesand jointsVid Pt the Hires Proof meat for rheumatism with muck cess move had arid bet One housabor kills any Toothache sad 25c Cattle SLOAN s IT the importance conducting by telephone ind itsavjri lines the Curnbcrhartd connections SU Rates recent some tile five dad and V utd jssq qi W THE wqRLD AJMAHAC i 1912 gditsctr Ia lIt cothprt vIame IPllhubl wu Jntaicranir ftedlof cnx thr ttlJ ri itatigiciutctqi njl f1tmart worn tllrlfiP uijrrt c ftntearDf litiu rat II fticctd dtJtn sciIfl4rrr Jw mrxlmPhitiMlUtttntmnU rJ gnrrib tt tbr Calitl nute wiIiad walt of ronatr H i H1ptlltlfi Cotfrttttaatt mnitt narf trIcTIsc7 reIjas iaIe ic5i1stU ant rhIc cIge trl omaiircr rtllnait Mi rz hIjLOb1 f odttlta dUb btrthl BirttMr Hitr 4 dath mttrtif tn t j iee Other Frt sl 11ftMiitCnea IImt rlhN f ttro1 rrcaoawU buI we MI5I si cbIiIrtou1d b idlbcttt ceSk- oisAw ISe 11IIIU a 3kj1iWrzk rw lrr IM I fi 1 BURTON 1DE4T DENTIST TEETH ETRACTED tTAOUT iPALN r O MO apa glock1 up BUlra RINGF1JLD KY f Ai Dental Work Strictly 1 1First lass tJR j a AWDD 4 jiiisioian Iud Surgeon t t plffice ho rs8ta 9 am 112 pm Offices over Haydons Drugstor jIlJ LamptonMDv- v Office IIPi Opera Reuse 0OttIctrkoi No S Residence No 38 t WFPR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW office over Peoples Hank r 1 SPRINGFIELD KY VDHW HYATT tJfBpe over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 jim to 12 m 4 to 5 pm t f JOHN Y MAYES t tUnRAl UlflECTORJ AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 10 NIGHT T4 H OTN5FIELD KY I 1RJi MRUSO PRACTICAL DENTISTr ijQgtce over Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices h1work guaranteed a SPRINGFIELD KX RftilroacTSchedule j Following is the time schedule not iin effect ont Bardstowi and Springfield branch railroad J Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction +J 522 pm Bardstown 6CGp m arrives at Springfield 655 p m I No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a mr Bardstowti 845 a m Bardbtown Junction 730 a m S arives at Louisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville a 720 a mfx Bardstown Junctiot 855 am Bardstown 1O05a m t arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44 Leaves Springtield ai p lOOp m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 p mr arrives at Louisville 545 p DI FIND LOST GIRL IN FILM J RuisIanParents Make Moving Picture Drama Real Living Actress Appears on Stage St Petersburg A dnematograpi film was Instrumental furnishing an J audience at a picture show with a real live romance While a scene in a play was being reproduced ata cinematov graph ftheater here a peasant and his I wifetwo of the spectators recognized anactress In the picture as their long lost daughter The woman swooned and her husband shouting My daugh ter tried to force his way behind the stage expecting to find his daugh ter there To convince him that his daughter was not there the manager had the curtain drawn up Then ringing up the firm from whom he got the film the manager was Informed that the actress was there and would p set out for the theater at once To the delight of the audience the young lady appeared on the stage BOAT BREAKS SPEED RECORD Motor Craft With Aeroplane Engine Travels 140 Miles an Hour In New York State f liochesleji N YA motor Ice boat built along the generallInes of an Iceboat but fitted with an aeroplane Jen glne and propeller has attained a speed of nearly 140 mIes an hour In teats on Irondequoit bay during the past few days The boat Is the invention of Lyman JlSeely a manufacturer of aeroplane engines Irondequolt bay lo about eight miles long and the distance was covered In about tour minutes allowlngfor a slowing down of the engines The engine and propeller are at tached to the front of the boat which has two runners In front and one be 2 hind the steering being done by a wheel attached to the rear runner DogsJLondpn women that nave Just been proved provision has been made for the maintenance of their pet dogs Mrs Mary Douglas ot Keith Grove Hi- iitfdge lttU500to her coachman isiJilg wifa and a further stini ot 2t WMfk so that her dogs might b iri I11Mkedafter during their XTM uul Mrs Elizabeth Trotter of BtoddMath i rt250i year to he asid for the malntenaBc of her only pet dogS III TOWN HH e eftSTOtttf tftKrattd OOMH Local Happenings or Interes The Freshest and Latest I f AIlAbout Yourself Friends IZqultanceaIZ t I I tjieJgreetl FOR SALE200 squares offfI Ajspbalt Ready Roofing O LPric FOR RENT 16 acres of ground Apply to Mrs Laura Vest I We have already soon good ones or our sate March Qilh 1Joblit Campbell FOR SALE One ycarlirg mare mule colt and one yearling filly Edgar Linten There will be regular preach SundaySavq your mon y till March Jth and buy you a good horse or fieam of mules in our 7th annual sale FOR SAi5ijrstass bred sows duo to fatten the last of February or fistf March GODDARP GRUNDY H Wanted to farm selj or trade for other stock 1 Bhck Jack 15 jiands nigh by Old Clark J F KEENE R V D 5 hardGrRW CLEMENTS J FOR SALEFirst class Timo jby IJay also 30 good ewes B D CLEMENTS When yoU need coal or lumber l seethe BIG FOUROld Kent Gwln Bob and Peg W K MARKS SONS Dont forget tbp7th annual Horse sale in Springfield at Bob litts Main Street Stable March 9th Dr W T Barnette formerly of Mackville Ky will locate in Springfield about Feb 1st and will have an office over Leo Hay dons drug store A dance will be given at the Walnut Street Theatre Friday night for the benefit of iheFred ricktbwn school Everybody invited The dwelling house of Aunt Catherine fiuesberry near towu vas destroyed by fire on last Monday afternoqn t gether with all her belongings The fire originated from a defective flue The ground hog saw nisI shadov last Friday and whether ir not thera is any truth in the old superstition there is noI lop bt but we have had two winters in this year I uni now in position to make ladies and gents garments of all Kinds as well as dry cleaning lyeing altering and pressing Give me a eallPbone6RS- pringfield Oily Tailor F M BAUMBAUER Prop JTo make rOam for winter Uy ersfor a limited time I offer a nice lot of of pure bred S C R Reds early hatched cockrels from 50 cents to 100 Would spare a few pullets and hens if orde ed at once Aluo foyrnce Berkshire mate pigs and tive Chester Whites subject 10 regis ter MRS S GTUCKERR F DI Tobacco Contest In the j Washington County Tobacco co test in whiuh Mr George Begemann offered a pair of work bridles for the best sam ole of bright a pair of wegjn breeching for the best simple of redleafancl a halter for tne best sample of lugs The prizes for bright leafand lugs waswon by Potin and Mitchell and the best ref by Charles Markaberry The sample of blight leaf sold on tbJ market fOG 30 cents Back Again The members of the local br wee glad to welcome back to tioir ranks Mr W F Neikirk who practiced law here up until r9UIjars ngo when lie was appointed Fire Marshal Ig ihijs- a portion bo madeaQ excelfent official and did mqch for tlVc State He is again back in hit uld profession hiving opened up a law filct in the building fpr merly Occupied by MrCOI-t McCtiprdj Hs Ion Gao Net kirk who will represent revera Insurance agencies will als oc cupy the same office TOPICS MM THE WHEELER SISTERS The unique entertainments presentedby thethrea trical company now playing at Springfield come like flashes from the Great White Way As we glance back JailIers who were so universaT1y popular eyen the most fastidious theatregoers amongst us are loud in their praise ottbe won derluJcapibilityoftbe actors and actresses for the parts they are assigned There is not a single idle mo ment from beginning to end the intervals bctween the acts being crowded with the superb singing and dancing of the Wheeler Sis ters the sdesplltting capers of Billy Bryant and the interesting songs of the rest of the company y The whole cast is gracefully toned by the captivating manner and charming unconsciousness ladyMissal presence of Mr Ion Carroll It is in the order of progression for the city to have arid to hold1 the best and we ought to eproud of this comparatively long run of high class drama und vaudeville Professional in His Line Those who were fortunate enough to hear Prof C E W Griffiths in his readings from Shakespeare at St Catharines last week are commenting very favorably upon the excellent entertainments given by him His impersonation of the char acters of the Bard of Avons dramas and plys has been pronounced equal to that of the best actors of Shakesperean olays He was once an actor himself weunderstand until an accident which rendered him a cripple After this he turned his attention to this workand has since been reading in the various schools of the country Thus the accident which was his misfortune has been for the good of the young people of the country who there by have an advantage that would otherwisenot be theirs The sisters of St Catharines are to be congratulated on se curing his servces Fair Association Meets The Washington Ccunty Fair Association is stating out to do things this year ira more upto date manner than formerly hay leg held their meeting on last Saturday afternoon and elected directors for the ensuing year All the men selected are men who will enter iinto the matter withzeal A meeting of the di rectors will be held in the near futJre for the purpose of electing officers It is proposed to make out an entire new program and havesame printed and ready for distribution by April 1st in order to let the public know what articles will be eligible to com pete for premiums The follow ing committee op program was appointed Judge I H Thur man C F Bosley M A Mack in and W U Claybrooke We rejoice to see that renewed inter est is being displayed in the Fair as we thiik itone of the best promoters of agrcultural interest we baye having within itself tht power ho h of pleasing and en lertauing at the sam limeI Tobacco MarKet The prices of tobacco remain pracdctlly the same ar last week During the latter pait of last weAk tbe market was evidently not as strongas oh previous days however yesterdays mar ret showed something of an ad vance all good tbbacbo selling high bThe e was some frozen tobacco it the offerings of lasi week whchjofcourse sOldcheap Cards of Thanks Wedesire to thank our friends and neighbors for their many kjndnesses shown us in the ill ness and dOth bf our mOther tnd grandmother Mrs Lucy Silo Children and Grandchildren Albert Tucker a highly n ipected colored citizen died at nisjtiomein Bnertown last Tuesday after an illness of tubercu losis Ad3m Pow 1I Mr Ben Powell and iss Ella Adams were married in Spring field last week by Rev W H Williams Mr Powell ia well known citizen of the coty who is liked by everybody hilehis bride is a popular yaun lady of the Fenwick neighborhood SettlerHamilton Mr W C Bamilton a Id Mrs Kate Settle were quietly married at St RoseOn last Mon ay morning by Rev Father E ll Flood This is the third ma hmonial venture for the bride rwho is wpll knowlin the Frede icktown1 neighborhood Mr Ha nMtqn is a well known farmer of he same placeIiBuckmanWheatley j Mr Joseph Robert heatley and Miss Corena Buck Ian were married atjSt Dominicfj yester day afternoon by Rtjv Father Hennessy The bride i a daugh ter of Mr Robert Bud pan and is a popular and attract ve young lady witha hostof fri ids while the groom is an indust ious farmer OBryan Miss Bettin OBrya j died at the home of her sis er Mrs Frank Willet on lasts iMondajs and burial was at St ose Wed nesday morning Mis OBryan was a daughterof the 0 ate Igna tius OBryan and w s a well knownflady whoerijo d the re spect of all Osbourne Joseph Osborne sop of Miles Odborne of this cc nty died II January 21st at hi home in Chicago III He bad nade that city his home for his iast twen tv years and was traveling salesman for one of be largest firms there abd wa Very successful He had bln in ill health for several mo ths how ever his death came s a shock Besides hs relatives here he is survived by his wifer Hays Miss Bertha Flays1 ied at the home of her parents ear Texas after an illness of sev rtl months of tuberculosis She v as a daugh ter of Mr and Mr Thos A Hays and was jju eighteen years 01 age the ya highly esteemed by all wh9 knew h and was a faithful me Saber of Baptist Chcrch f theII Funeral services v re at Bethlehem by I jv R L Purdom Monday an burial cit I in the cemetery then L Trotter The community is shocked on last Friday morni g when iit became known that irs Mary G Trotter had died luring the previous night Bti had been in her usual health rid had at tendedthe fuheral Mrs Mr Elroy Thursday mp ning Ber death tooK place at t ie home of her daughter Mrs W Bush where she had been taking her home for several ye rs Shortly after supper she ro iplained of feeling bad and retld early At 1130 oclock Mrs Bush was talking to her any he only ap peared to be only all htly ill but in a few minutes fter leaving the room she was ttracted by her mothers diffiou breathing and going to her und herdy inf dfiath came in a wmm uteRoHer death Nas due ro heart trouble and acite indiges ton Prior to her narriaee she was a Miss Croucb and was a resident of Mercer 1 ounty She was 77 years old ard nad been a widow for forty ji ars She is survtyed by twn c illdren Mrs J W Bush and Mri Dora Perry Bunerat services w re cnducted from the Pieshyte hin Church Sunday by R4v R C Lawson and burial vasin roetcry Hill Mrs Trotter had been liyirg here since the deal of her bus band and as well known to a large nnmberof pa pie through out the county jhe was uni versally liked and Admired ahd a good womjtn Who will bo missed in the community tBox S er T The School Imp ivement Lea gue of Litsey wi serve a box supper at the schQ I nouse Wed nesday Feb 14ju everybody jlDVIj Sweet Clo r Seed n Sow in writer on top the ground Great it legume fer tilizer gcod ha and pure Eces and circul r how u grow it on request Bok bon Seed Co tf Imooth Ky L Total Assessment The total assessment for Washington court for 1912 is So059095 as follows On land 3062225 lots 431j8Q5 notes and cash Ml5285r pesona1ty increisejoverlpu crease inland is 14155 increase inllots 40640 increase in notes cash etci 126270 making a total of 181265 less the decrease in personalty of 30400 showinga net increase of 150 S65 The average assessed value of land in county is16 89 Organ Recital t Quite a large number of per sons attended the organ recital at the Springfield Baptist church last Friday evening Prof Fujli son Speeder of Louisville ac companied by Mss M McKinney also of Louisville were the performers The organ is a splendid pipe organ and was prK nounced by the Professor as be ing a very fine instrument The recitalwas much appreciated by those unfamiliar with music as well as by the proficient = EER9rAL Mr IL Bush of Boone county Miss Lizzie Cooper Of Washing Ito Ind Mr Will Troter and son George and Mr Lucy Mars of Campb hIsvil Ky attended the funeral of Mrs Mary C Trotter Mr F W Baumbauer had the stepsbsustained a sprained ankle Mr and Mrs L H Biliebaum vnb have been living here4 for several years have moved to Mid wav Kentucky Rey W B Williams spent Sat urday and Sunday at Glasgow wher he and his family will move in the near future Hon WD Caybrooke spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Frankfot Mr Steve Noe tf Lebanon ws here yp5terhy IMessrs Cbas Clements of New John Clements of- Lebmnoncvere here Tuesday Mr E N JETnndleyi of Lean ob was hera Tuesday Miss Grace Curran of Louis ville U the guest of Miss Louise Tucker iDr M W Hyatt was in Louts ville this week LMr Walter Leach man is able to be out again Mrs D RLitsey andson are ithe guests of her parents Mr and Mrs W H Leachman Hardesty Mis Andie Oarey of Tatham was be pleasant gu St of Mr and Mrs Thuroiarir Cbpser lust week J R Gray and wife spent Sunday with Mr Walter Lewis ard family Air Frank Hardiu and wife spent the weekend with relatives hero Miss Ohio Gray iis in Chaplin foriishorttay with friends and relatives there We are Very sorry to report Mrs Mary Crov on the sick list but we hope she is not seriously ill and will soon be up again Mr R H Hardin and wile and Miss Belle Hardin spent Fnday with their uncle J M Sa1erTire many friends of Aunt Lu cy Sale regret very much indeed to know of her death We extend our hefTrtfet sympatby to the nereaved ones Mr Walter Lewis ant family spent one night llast week with Mrs Mollie Williams We are almost let to believe that there iis something in old Ground HOI Dayfor we are confident that he saw his shadow on that dayond since that time there has been real winter weather r Debutante Rides Ostrich London Lady Moya Browne the young debutante whose engagement to Mr Allan W Campbell an officer in the Cflldstream Guards has Jijst been announced is she only girl in this country who hits ridden an ostrich Tile event took place last season at Ampthill House Bedfordshire the seat of Mr Anthony Wingfield who owns a remarkable private zoo sec end only in Importance to that r3 s sessed by the Duke of Bedford The feature of Mr Wlngfields zoo is that zebras ostriches and even cassowaries take part in the farm work- Besith OA m V O TLl A yTli8 Ji SIguwe of MIZ 111 1 1 OF= e = IGOODS1I1 s II- In I each Department Ii r Ladies Cloaks and Suits at half Me f 5j I PriceIcSU v f and Ladies Sweaters at Cost ii IIMens in every Department IISpecial Pr ces4TTowels Waist and Dress I ii Linens Pillow Linens Linen Sheetings Cotton Sheet I ing Ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases Bl I Cottons Shirtings etc cIIoIoJ IIJust Received New Dress Ginghams for Spring M New Rugs and Mattings v NO TROUBLE TO SHOW fOPSliER 13 ljr I Iii THE = ROBERTSONCLAYBBOOKECO1 INCORPORATED r I L 1 II I 11 City Clerks Report The following is the report of the City Clerk for the six months ending December 31 1911 IiRECEIPTS Balance on hand June 30 1011 5851 Received from license 173 50 From Fines and Forfeitures 7600 From 0 F Wharton lumberf 0l Total 1 S6247C6- DISBURSEMENTS 19111490821Special Fire Department 13390 Miscellaneous Expenses 3085 Printing contract 1500 Street Improvement 1652321 Office s Salaries 65980 Bat on hand Jan 1st 1912 23087 Totall L S624756 All of which is respectfully sub mittedf F B NOE City Clerk SAVED FROM WATERY GRAVE RowBoat Built to Take Woman to Husband Wrecked In Colorado River San Bernardino ColoFour men loitering on the bank of the Colorado rlverjust north of Yuma rescued Mrs May Hadley from death In the wreck of a homemade rowboat In which she was trying to make her way to a ranch below the lnternaUonal line where her husband lay critically ill Mrs Hadley lives at Oatman Ariz opposite Needles Having no money to pay for a passage down the river she built a boat herself but It was too fragile to withstand the swirling currents of the Colorado and It went to pieces five miles north of Yuma The womans cries for help were beard by the four men on the bank When they dragged her to shore she was numb from the effect of the Icy water KINDNESS WINS HER 93000 Young Woman Who Befriended Parents of New York May Is Made Heiress by Will Philadelphia P5Helen Towniend Engle aged 16 of West Lehlgh ave nue received notice that she was an heiress to 93000 left to her by John Hermer of New York city because she had been kind to his old parents who live near Miss Engels home Mr orklntmodest to discuss her good fortune She Wears Mens Clothing Spartansboro N iAfter she baa 1f een masqueradiilg as A man for eight months the identity pf Mrs Mary Owens has ben discovered and she has beet fprced to leave the fan tory town of Saxon Mills The young 16tIQvet the rev latloI1 u i 0 oeer UiI I Coid siid C4ir R SAVE GIRL LUndBoy Twice and Helped AfterIbOTSIand threw A note to a youth of the same ate nam ed William Bednafl saying Give this to mother Something told me to follow her said Bednall The girl ran across some fields toward the canal with Bednall In pursuit and when she Beached the water she Jumped Info themlddle of the canal It was dark at the time Though Bednall was not very ex perlenced swimmer having only learned toswim last year and despite the fact thathe was handicapped by his heavy corduroy trousers and railways boots he did not hesitate a mp meat Diving into the canal he swiftly reached the side of the drowning girl and brought her up on his back Then he swam with her to the bank There a heroic fight for the girls life began Describing it Bednall sa4 I called to a passing man for help but he tool no notice The girl twist ed round off my back and then gripped hold of me by the right shoulder FortunatelyI was wearing a thin shirt and this broke away and I pushed her from me and rose to the surface She drew me under the water twice and I felt quite exhausted and des paired of getting out put In the end I got to the The bankITHUGS DECOY HAS DIARVI EV ry Step of Womans Path From Home to Prison Entered- In Boflfc San Jose Cal Every step of the nth followed tiYMrs Alice Me rkjttyif hero she wasTlocked up after serv lag as a decoy for highwaymen is en tered In a little pocket dairy which she kept with powder puffs Jewelry and hair ornaments Iq her suitcase Last year she was married to a yourfg New York mannamed YoungI and five days after the came west to Grand Canyon Ails Her husband followed her when she obtained employment for him but he did not stay The next entry In the diary wast September 18 1911 Met WO Bowman to my sorrow She left Arizona and went to Los Angeles and after wandering about the coast with Bowman finally ci11e to this city Almost lImmediately shgj wee sent out as al decoy and mifrav wealthy man from Burllngame waiting at the Market street railway station slid lured hint Into the hands of two companions Wilson Bowman and Jesse Cold who were waiting In the rejir entrance to a hotel In Guadolup6 treeThe gjrl was Bfhtcnced to wrve 180 days in the county prison by Judge Dougherty but tto commitment wit withheld and the was paroled with the understanding that shft iis tP be placed in the Home ot the Good nhAninrd Sn Los igelea J FIGHT FOR WANDERING PUP 2LitigationExpensive Dog In Delaware County Darby PaAftert lltlgatlpi tkat has been fought In the Delaware county xIliarIl been awarded possession of acpyie fdog which had been claimed by Em ma Schrlner IThe dog a cute little puppy when the lawsuit started but now fully grown is probably the most costly on In Delaware county Tyler testified that he owned puppy which wandered away one ifeday I t Its owner unknown it rambled into the Main stree storaof Richard Purdy whose attendant when closing Vi time came gave It away to a little boy who subsequently sold It to Mrs Schriner for 1lLearning where his dog was Tyler made a demand for Jt bpt Mrs Schriner believing that the little ani mal was hers by right of purchase re fused to give itup Tyler Brought suit to replevin1 the puppy and won But there waS an tip peal and after fully considering the case Judge Johuon refused the lion for the new trial and the dog lai been glyen over Into Tylera posses slon BLIND MAN RECOVERS SIGH Pleceof Cornea la IngrafUdren Om Eye Taken to Window D erlfcM and DarfcntM Rtturm IView ParlsA pathetic storje wai eW this week of a patient la a hot plUPj who coula see once but has bftB lIfor many years and hadreceIJtI7r covered his sight oalto low It a aJB A piece of cornea Trti hgraft4 wono eye and tlje patient kept Hm4ei observation four days wrti hl cyst bandaged Thea he was taa to T window and the bandage was r Bwvy ed He gave a cry of Joy lit his sight had been restored IB trww orts M joy he described the color eC the trees and told of the reaiizatkm of liii lifes dream to see again tkeMaatltlll things cit nature The view Was only ipemHte4 tsr a moment Two days Jat r IM was again Iled to the window for aaetker sight ot thai waving teE 14 wbeB the baifdage was reapved slowly ha was unablto see The bit of ftei cornea had ceased to be aiivic tkbw The operation had falte juH laItseemed out to succeed HARD TO HOLD MAW JW a Prisoner Small E nIh ie IuJiOut Between fcare In Qrefen LkWhut a FIfMr 1 Portland Orec p Wlhrnif few l1da half feet tall art teifcu through ant welWi c Jtail y pu4L l in aadltloa to UraeMey k ailfiaai logger aid yuMMNC eiMAe tke iest pollceaaea o tint fevea M tsav r capped tfce dlamt eC Mi HmMi by qtteeti c wi bI s Tn it his cell ia tM city aaC tter Wb ster was at a I jMt tO M m his diailautli uIftl IM =covered aM t hers S thai fre che WilI1s sow JMHlr thk i J I = = WOOD fJW WilSON SlATDEMOCRAt t itrNw cii110i Rlog J the Logical c C1 C1thet Party III FITTEO FOR WHITE HOUSE i l 1 tjatsmwi iIIr and Preveel PrH pfo1 stxecuttw Mew Jersey States j n V awfn Yeulil ft Ideal Occupant JJ W the Presidential 4 J i CireY LAWRENCE R i i111 4D1me41atl Candidate For U 8 r ete From Lorirrer Illinois Against oro mealing CCY Wilson I raa If In his forl uw hut redlsjxied fiorn barn read 27 o his prcls ion and having admired the great tbprohnsive grasp of economic iifr IM1uwkich prevades aU of hIs pal Hkl mttenwc and writings VatWwhitod predisposed in his fa vtr fttU I had personally met and eM wtk kim I was not con viMwd at Ua availability as a can Otfoc Prsa4eat f i IaHuc GOT Wilson how 4 aerer aU douttla that regard in my I k wm adnd has been removed Gov 7 feWUeoa k presidential timber of the i exact kind and quality required at tho I reseat jilts To begin with he is an comtrekaa1ye grasp of every public sit I vatloal Throughout the east he la b aafvenwUjr regarded as the brainiest AHMrioaa living today Even In priv IeoaveraaUon his intellectuality ttUltJn every sentence he jit ten Be has a logical and analytical salad Eta language is simple easily j understood yet definite incisive and convincing He has been a student of t political ecoaomy since his boyhood II IIJIM written varied books upon the a Ject and is conceded to bo the kigfceat authority upon theories of fovenuBeaC In the country today r wuie our presidents have generally ke ei aea of patriotic Impulses hon et ad conscientious still few of 5tb have been great intellectually TkMaas Jefferson was an exception to tWi rule Woodrow Wilson if eleorj vted prealhent by reason of his in fearllIle Ud extraordinary intellectuality I would indeed be a second Thomas r JeJTeraoB Jfi Ideal Chief Executive of State- t AB governor of Now Jersey hoihas 1l1vel1 that state practical business administration so conceded by alL peculiarVly itted for theexecutive office along the most practical lines In meeting him you are impressed with this tact The schoolmaster is not in the least in evidence He is plain matter of fact and hIs conversation is not pe i dantio or pedagogic but direct force ful and earnest j Above all he is a man of the people He was born with no silver spoon in hla mouth He is hot a man of means Ji or wealth He Is easily approachabl6 hedges him about Het iNo dignity re aides in a very modest home at Prince fi Wit On knocking at his door jio ser t t vakt liveried or otherwise met us at jt the portals It was the governor him self who opened tho door for us wel corned us in took our hats and wraps land laid them aside ushered us into i his library made us feel at home and jhaddroppedaha ad frills nor fur belows about r itim He is essentially Jeffersoniam I As governor of New Jersey he has I fought for the plain peopleand they I love him In doing so he has anta 5gnIzed the interests He knows it t but doesnt care He has faith in the Sipeople and takes them into his confidence tenet of Duty Sppreme I also found him to be a man of pos hive convictions with the courage of thesame He is fearless in his ex pressions oHip nlons It they do not Iagree with your opinion he is sorry but he does not trim his views to conform with yours His sense of dutyt is supreme He would not change his f WasIt sident He is not a trimmer He is not a politician butiBiiaStateiman in aU that word LblieLttiIe abhors i machine politics land machine meth1 Tods He does nothing behind closed doors Everything with him is In the open and he has no political or- public secrets What he saystojrou he is willing the world should know He Is the soul OfJlntegrIty and honor jfDd he stands today as thq o egreat racaamplon of progressive ideas d gov FcTicn in state and loIU elec Jtli president no machine leaders Ubodies o fractions will control or in tuence hlrn His sense of duty Alone A5 wli actoatt him Altogether I was exceedingly well Impressed with Gov Wilson as a man 4as a jtatesman as an executive and 8a possible if not a probable fr ture president lIe seers to combine JIll one personality great Intellectual c ity simplicity modesty fearlessness 4jc4IojS discharge of duty sterling ckaracter honesty of motive effedllve t enthJI ad Jeffersonlan democracy And what more what more would anyone want f SS No Laughing Matter Cheerful idiotI say heres a runny thing In old limes people were bro kenpnfte wheel now they go broke on tiresPucILS i IS PIGS HIS QUEST llPIGS fPr Seeking a True Guinea Typ to Settle All Doubt rNW YorkTWord was received thailProfvery well jin illS quest for a pair of ancestral guinea pigs amid the peaks Iof Pern Professor Castle is from Harvard university and several weeks ago he departed from this port on his search In the interest of science Experi ScherIJPerhomand also In the Station of Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor to determine variations which occur in accordance with the laws df heredity The roe ords concern the guinea pig birthrate quite intimately It has been asserted that the American breed are no longer guinea pigs at all That is why the professor has gone to the mountains of Peru to bring back a consignment of guinea pigs which are supposed tq be of the true type Meanwhile sal once must wait As everybody knows guinea pigs even of the ancestral type are Guiana pigs and Guiana pigs are not pigs but Are rabbits JJenco the pigs are notplgs arid never were ItT is a long trip from the mountains of Peru to Sandy Hoot and Professor Castle starting with bnly one pair of guinea pigs of the ancestral tjpe is likely to arrive here with so many specimens that he will not be able to distinguish the ancestors fronj posterity If the steamship should be de layed his troubles would be incroased At any rate scientists in thin city InItare inclined to believe that the guinea pig race has undergone such modlfl cations here that it has become widely different from the primitive creatures But they want to see for them selves SHARED FOOD WITH BIRDS Newsboys Object Lesson Wasted on Hotsf Loungers Who Watch Act Fr9m Window Kansas City MqlJi front oi the Hotel Baltimore a newsboy shivered recentlyOnehandwas mouth with a large hamburger from which he was taking hungry1 sized bites Poor little rat He muSt be nearly frozen a traveling man remarked as he sat in a large leather chair look ing out upon the snow and ice Just then some snow birds llgnted a few feet away They hopped about as ifj half frozen The newsboy tossed them a piece of his sandwich They pecked at It eagerly Then he tossed tho remainder down and watched the birds peck at it so eagerly No The traveling man dint go out and give tho newsboy a dollar or buy him a new overcoat He lighted another cigar Id like to do something for that lad he remarked But Its Justtoo cold to move BOY FOILS JEWEL ROBBERS SIxYearOld Willie Ader Ran to Aid Mother Being Throttled New York Two men who attempt ed to rob a jewelry store at 2860 Broadway were arraigned In the Har lem police court They gave their names as George Brodie twentytwo a chauffeur of 304 W One Hundred and Eleventh street and Martin Joyce a clerk of 2369 Eighth avenue Roth were identified by Mrs Sarah Ader wife of Samuel Ader1 proprietor of the store A third man for whom the police are searching escaped Only the quick wit of William the slxyearold son of the Aders prevented the robbery As one ot the thieves grappled with the mother in an attempt to choke her the boy ran to a safe which contained 300 in cash threw the door shut and turned the combination if BELIEVES HE HAS RABIES Ne sprtafWrthWill Restore Victim New York George Hammel an ex pressman s In Fordham hospital auf fering from pseudo rabies a psychosis Which Induces In the one afflicted tho delusion that he Is suffering from rabies Physicians say that after several days of absplutp quletHarnme- lw1lIicover The min recently read 1 great deal about cases of hydrophobia and worried over the fact that he had been bitten by a dog a month ago Before he was removed to the hospital he insisted on remaining on his knees under the sofa barking and llapping water out of a pan LOCKEDUP BY HIS OWN WIFE AuthorLawyer of Boston Tells Court Compelled to Hide Fr tn IIHo Spouse BostonS Arthur Bent of Boston has411ed a bill in equity Ifl the superior efrt against fiis wife Mrs Mary H t seeking to recover securities vorth 3JOQOO which he claims hoI forced Into transferring to hlo I wife by threats while they were in Europe In 1909 Since then Bent al leges he has been treated with great Indignity and qTen locked in a room and has been obliged to hide from his wire Bent Isn lawyer and author of several books Knows Not Wlatiom A man whOdoes not know how to learn from his mistakes turns the best schoolmaster tout Jfrhis life fleecherI r MAN lU U THE XILI Sensexsail why does nut the farmer treat his own- body M W treats the land he cultivates He puts back in phos wWt poorTheelcmentsIIDoctorPtwectpower It gives strength supplyii3fcWctr l ierce8 Golden Medical Discovery 4 k di Ii its feet ea the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition DJs f spelljj up overwqrked irJ 94 isAsiiHiJ I bare fosnd the Discovery to be unsurpassed a liver reg lI lNri4Moo4kr i tistimonyoflet WO orJDOfe different doctors besides taking numer k II U1oma k ii1MU received no permanent relief 1 was run- doL i5 sleep at night In rev c1etenusnd by gas on the atom- theusDlseovsadtroubleCnwelqht lUainkroulorlou fand wlili you nil auccussia yourgood wor1cw soDOil CANAL BUSY 115368 Vessels Passed Through 54Channel in 1911 Handling of Large Number ofJ3raft AccbmpHahedWlthoiit aJloekade Says Commandant Three Times Suez Recprd navlga1tlonnumber of 15368 passed through tho St Marys river channell which con nects Lake Superior and Lake Huron according to Limit Philip H Scott commanding the revenue cutter Mack St1Mnrysr1verIn sioner Chamberlain of the bureau of navigation department of commerce and labor This is a largqr transit of large steamers th nadany other water of the United States and more than three times 4533 which isthe num ber of passages through the Suez canal In 1910 The daily average number qf ves eels recorded at Lookout Station No 3 which is located just below Sault Ste Marie at the entrance to Hay Lake channel was 72 or at the rate of one boat every 20 minutes The week ended August J 5 showed the weekIand the greatest number recorded in any one day Was 105 on August 24 The passage of thislargq number of craft was accomplished without any congestion approaching a blockade and while there wore a number of minor accidents only one was due to violation of the navigation laws The channels were Open at all times and no obstructions to navigation O- CcUrred other than duo to fogs St Marys river marks the boundary line between the United States and Canada at the northern extremity of Michigan It divides at Sault Ste Marie falls and two canals make nay igation possible at this point one on the American side equipped with two masonry locks and the other on the Canadian side with one masonry lock The Hay lake route being a com navlsatednight and it Is wejl defined by many lights and buoys in charge of the bureau of lighthouses Both thee Hay lake and Lake George routes are opsn to either American or Canadian ShIPS free of tolL This channel forms the natural outlet for the vessels carrying manu facturing mining arid agricultural products from the shore cities on Lake Superior especially Detroit and Duluth and while freight steamers comprise the largest number of ships plying these waters passenger steamers also form a considerable part of the heavy traffic Lieut William J Wheeler U S E 0 S will succeed Lieutenant Scott next season TRAP HELD DOG AND MINi Rochelie1Strung Fighting Prey NoV YoWhen i Charles Koch trapper of New Rochello visited his traps he found his black nnd tan tep rier Probar strung up by one hind j leg in a nooso to a sapling which had been used as a mink trap and holding a large mink by the tallIThe dog was bleeding from wounds inflicted by the zninkiclaws and teeth Both Probar and the mink which measured 36 Inches were near ly exhausted Caught In other traps were three smaller mink that it Is supposed had bpen attracted by the fight between dog and mink and had gone to help their comrade Probar who had accompanied lila master from his home 7 Orchard etreet every day for nine years had preceded him to the traps and caught the largest mink seen near New Ito chelle in several years ARMY POST ISCUPIDS ENEMY byi Buildings InHavVali Will Be Built Government to Discourage Matrimony Washington D CPlans approved at the war department for the con struction at Fort Schofleld Hawaii ot what will bo tho most economical army post ever erected The plans embody the ideas of General Wood The new barracks will be In tho form of a horseshoe with a double lino otIbuildings for officers in the center the horseshoe Dotible houses will- be built so arranged as to accomp date three or four bachelor officers each It is intended to discourage early marriages among the officers by rovldlng quarters adequate and c fdatable but not liberal enough to form an inducement to matrimony nd additional expense to the government t MAKES EXWIFE AN MPLQYE After Divorce Woman Is Housekeep er Then Sues Former Husband r for 200 Wages Duluth Minn tfwo hundred dollars as wages for ten months service as housekeeper Is what Mrs Jacob Stub Icr asks the court to compel her for mer husband to give her Mrs Stub Icr got a divorce and 50 a month alt mony Thonfcoccording to her complaint her exhusband hired her na housekeeper at 20 a month She says Stubler refuses to pay her 100 TO MOTHER ONE BA What New York High Schbol Girls Taking Course In Housekeeping Will Do New York One hundred girl students in the Wadleigh high school here who aro taking a course In house keeping will adopt c baby and care for the child as a part of the work of the course The pupils wilt take turns in washing and dressing tho infant feeding It singitfg it to sleep and wheeling it in its gocart A special committee selected by the class has picked put A baby from a number of foundlings offered by the State Charltrca3SXId association The students are How making prepare thins for a naming party to be giv en in its honor The name will be selected by vote Teacher Begins 101st Term Ledyard Conn Thomas Latham has begun his 101st term as a fejvch er in the public schools of Ledyard Conn and walks several miles dally to and from the school He Iff no7 teaching the granHfr cf CJTJ of his earlier pupHn WEST SRO FOR VOORQY1 Il50Nj Rank and File of jlie Party In That Great Sectin Recog nize His Wrth HAS REDEEMED His PLEDGES His Actions as Chief Executive oi the State of New srsey ShoW and In AbUILoyal People BY CHARLES EIFNER Chairman of Democra c State Com mltteo of Was ngton I know pretty accun ely the sentiment of the rank anjfcpi Do of the dem ocrats of the West Viay are Btrong ly in favor of Wood Wilsbn for our Presidential nomin e next year I feel sure that this s aq lent Will hold good in every state wip 6f the Mis SOJIletimebrought me in touch ith a number IncldentallYcuss political condltki o with these regardlessthem stroqgly In fay of Governor Wilson it is not dircult to ascer- taIn the cause of thisjaith and trust and confidence on the part of farmers wage workers land business men in the political abilit and Iintegrity of Woodrow Wilson He kept the faith A year ago while a candidate for Governor of New rsey he made certain pledges and i omises to thd people of that trust rl Men state The people took him at hl40rd and elect ed hlmtheflrst di nocrafc to be elected Governor in ti state In six teen years and to tho gratifying amazement of all hon st men and to tho utter consternation ift tho political tricksters he and hI loyal support ers in the legislature oceeded to en act laws an carry t plans in act conformity with pledged word peoplegarded as a man who performances square with his prODs Just such a man Is imperative needed as the chief executive of th United States Having demonstrated la practical ca pacity to accomplish things In his own state though on branch of the polItlcnlfaithl Is such an oyerwhelfi ng demand for his elevation to the hlte House All Favor Ison I believe the Stat of Washington will send a delegatl a to the next Democratic National Convention favorable to Governor SVHson for our presidential candidate and I might say further that I love he is the only democrat who n get the electoral vote of that 1teand other Western States V democrats out there are not unmfni ull of the merit ed consideration wl h other great democrats are reedy ig at the bands of their fellow cltl sns throughout the country but we elleve Governor Wilson more nearly tan any other avowed candidate tj tIles in his roe prd and his person ty those quail ties and character lea which the average American is iroud to see ex emplified in the I esidcnt of his country Hence h popularity in the East the West e North and the South His record sa scholar an educator an hlstor in and as stu dept and writer on sociall and economic subjects nib1 xnblno to equip him to be just what i is todaya fin ished orator a grea statesman and- o r logical leader In solving the great industrial and fi octall qqestlons which now disturb tJ business world and which the repil lican party has proved Itself Incap4 le either to un WIlIwedded to the mil lpwed past or to precedent to such nextent as to thQIoinIqctIconsideration ofi governmental matters coming ttfpre them Ho would free trade id commerce of tho imposts and ha ijcaps with which they are now buhed fjo would place on tho statut books a law reg ulatlng Interstate mmerce so clear so concise eo just i so definite that all men and r11 cor rations would not bo left in doubt a to whether they were complying wi jjjor violating tho law Ho would tbi place our Indus- trIal affairs upon solid and legiti mate foundation eed from uncertainty and distrust In his record tfs Governor of New Jersey hhas Uteri ly lived up to and exemplified In hevery act the tlmo honored ter t of democracy EtiafLrishv orr special privileges toviione Ho will bring to pb disbharge of his clutir iiI rVrTrI 3trate of the na tljj Uo rifiiu hip of a Ban aroit a Lowell an a Hawthorno all of whom held poP cal office be will have had the oxi pence that comes from practical t ministration and executive respon bllltles and in every respect horIll worthily rank with those other great leaders of democracy whose chiovements make brighter and more glorious the pages of American hibtoi These are some dfthe reasons wh I am for him and why the American jeople are for him itI Trunk Trays Trunks have ln roved along with everything else In is progressive age The trunk with on tray Is a rarity and most trunks e made with live or six tray TbeII such a demand for trays that they1 ire sold separately and can be added d any trunk when ever needed Choice gravlngs America Is not Spficlenl In patrIot- ism nor In love Ofl1t said the cheery citizen Not iiled Miss Cayenne But just the sam1Ithe general eager ness to posses 0 illls Is not due entirely to the fac that George Wash Ingtons picture ton themWaah Ington SarI j Doestft Pay Noibusiness1 patoso poorly consld erlnglfl1e umbe of men engaged In It nSburgthcy L Lout GJ beD orrn NEAT LITTLE TRUMP MARKER Small Article That Will Be Appreci ated by Those Not Averse to Card Playing This is a simple and practical trump marker and It Is one of those useful lltiuj articles that always command a ready sale at a bazar It shOuld be carried out in quita small size and tho dimensions suggested In the sketch two and threequarters Inches by thr3 and a half Inches will be found a suitable shape to make It in It consists of four pieces of cardboard smoothly covered with soft white silk on each of which has been worked a club a spadoe diamond and a heart respectively Each card is finished off with a fine silk cord neatly sewn on all round the edge and the four cards are fastened together at the top with ca narrow piece of ribbon run througrt two holes and then tied together Hi iront with a smart little bow This ribbon must not be too tightly tied nnd must be of sufficient length to allow the tards to be turned over lite tbo leaves of a book so that the marker may be opened at any particular suit and laid upon the table where itniav- be within view ot all of the piayera brrunfier atittho top and for this purpose 9 small Jey ring wU answer tC1mlrabl and will last longer than the ribbon The small sketch at the top shows tie marker opened at dlac omis DONT TELL OF THEIR RICHES Great Britain Has Many Millionaires Who Keep Quiet AboUt Their Great Wealth While people Europe marvel al he big incomes of our American magnates said Arthur Albert Brooks lato of London sfhohas come to this aide jfor permanent residence It must btj admitted that there are many men wJthlargeryt reference to the fact that the news papers Possibly England has as many millionaires to the popolaticn as this country but It would be disputed off hand by any one who had nqtt taken the pains to look up the figures Theyare reaching out in England for a nigher tax on incomes and It Was tho operation of this new law that brought forth tho Information In the United lang tonl there pro more than 10000 persons IUt an Income of more than 50000 a yvr They average 63000 a year each There are 20 men in commercial pursuits who lave an Income each of moire than 250000 am told that you canfind 20 men In one business blpcto dpwn town In New York city with that Income and anxious to double It Possibly In some of your industrial towns you have groups of millionaires who will laugh at our claims tn England of large Incomes But our average to the population will keep up well The ngr gate gross income of Jhe inhabitants of the United Kingdom Is morothan 5000000000 and the aver age to cacn Inhabitant will compare favorably with the annual Incomes of citizens on this side of the water j The Anglers Bait A well known angler at Petersbor ough having obtained a wasps nest containing I large number of grubs placed the nest In the kitcben oven tll Jtlll the grubs so that he could use them for bait Tlio next morning he went to got the grubs but cn opening the oven door a swarm of asim flew out The oven was not hOtenough to kill the grubs but was sufficiently warm to hatch themLondon Dally Mall Si J a Nature Always SupremeJ Nature paints the best part of tbe picture carves the best part or the statue builds the best part or the house anti speaks the best part of the oration Emerson Enthusiasm Before All Every good and conjtrapdlnB movement In the annals of tte world Is the triumph of enthuslnsrn Xathtajc great was ever accomplished without It Gmcreon f I Doou Get Up With a Lame Backf Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable DrJFilmcr1sSwampRootl I 5IlbladtlerreUedybe able heaitu restoring propeities Swamp Root fulfills almost overIhj bin in the bank kdt nejs liver bladdet and every part of the urinaty pasHiRe It corrects inabilty to hold water anti scalding pain in pasting or bad effects folloyring use of liquor wine or beer anti overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is riOt zecomniended for jverything but It you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just- the femedy you i1eedIt has been thor oughly tested in privdte practice and lies proved so successful that a epecial ar ttuiKement has been made by which alt readers of his paper who hive not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more uout SwampRoot and how to fin ot1 yol1havekld ney or bladder trouble WhcnVritingmenUon 1 = reading tills generous = Ij offer iu this paper and sand your address to- T r Vil Co lilughianiton u N YThe regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont nuke any mistake but remember the name SwcmpiRoot Dr Kilniers SwaniRoot and theaq dtu Binghamton N V ou every bottle SMTS ARfBAREO saysIAsserts English Accountants Em ployed by Department Have Ar cess to RecordsResolution r Calling for Information Washington iRppresentatlve Fran- cIs Burton Harrison of New York demanded that the navy department tell whether It has been employing foreign accountants in capacities where they have had access to the confiden tial or secret processes of manufacture in the navy yards He Introduced a privileged resolution calling ron Mr Meyer secretary of the navy for full information j The New York Democrat made pub lic a complaint cf tho New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants which says in part Properly to install cost systems it Istecessary for the accountants to familiarize them selves with thd process of manufa ture material Jabor efficiency of va rious machinery and overhead ex pense Hence the secrets of the navy are accessible to British subjects em ployed as accountants How easy iti would be for scteret service agents of Great Britain to be employed on the staff of these chartered accountants in their navy yard work It is lurther said that British firms of accountants bavQ transferred firm members and a majority of their minor assistants to this country sup planting American accountants Secretary Meyer has repllccj in a letter to a member of the house that these accountants did not have ac cess to records processes or types of cOlslderedInj Perley MoraeJ president of the New Mrjnot stated all the facts Mr Morse added that Mr Meyer neglected to say that these British accountants have been installing cost systems in American navy yards and that they could not do this without access tp secret processes and methods of man ufactureMr resoIIUtiOnate will not need to act on it J ORDERS SON JO KILL SELF Mothers Sorrow for Boys Misdeeds AttemptedI IBudapestTbe sorrow of a mother for the misdeeds of her son led her to order him to commit suicltle The wn Zoltan Ryhllczky is alleged to have been concerned in bank frauds Involv Ing over 50000 Beforo his arrest no made an attempt on his life at the command ot hlsmotber who had leArnedf the ftrauds The woman caused aVpmrger son to buy arevolver and han4 it toj Zoltan with the remarji You must die In order to make your family lintpr ITho mother went Into tho roominnd waited to see l lr son shoothfmsclf He did so but the wound was not serious and he is now recovering In conjjFILES QUkER EXPENSE BILL epalrI1037I unusual items of campaign expenditure as shoo repairing and cost oK canvas gloves are included in tho statement filed with the county clerk by Councilman John Walsh of this city Who squeezed into office a few days ago by a plurality of 32 votes His total ex pendlture was 1070 and the Items fare dignified byn lbig letter caption How I Did It He began with a contribution of 5 to the Republican city commtfee ai d later spent 475 for advertising TIo remainder is accounted for as follows ti Paid ten cents for canvas gloves to protect my hands whllOvKknocklng on doors seeking votes Paid 85 cents for repairs to footwear used Lngurnoo campaign KILUNG OFF THE MOSQlJTO JiMuch Has Been Done With Qruue Petroleum and the Fish Expert ment Works Well iAccording to those who have7 given destroylingbaa been made In hal direction in the last few years Many of tire breeding places have been wiped out eY Jersey and Staten Island J hjn enough stll remain to the Insects plenty of chnnce to j1n Cude petroleum ba been with good effect Id places where drainage is bad but this teIJlPorarIdos All tho swumpe and ponds were Blocked some yes ago with a spe I larvntIand pponds and it was observed that mocqultcs were comparatively Scar In thelslonds The of this experiment led to the stocking of standing Caters In tbeIhealththe mosquito larvae i Blind Man Indents Musical Instrument An exlIL1tiori of a now Invention will be given tbfei afternoon at the rending room ojjd llbraryfor tlwbirn by Joseph Gannon akraan who is blind The Invention Is a new harp with vie rUjl attached and the strings of both are sel on the swine board which is above lnatonrt of rinlnw ns In oroltmrr harps San Francisco Call Made Womans Opportunity American typewriters are sold all over the worjd Millions are in use1 Nothing else that has been Invented has been so potent jiffordlog bust ness oppbrtun y for women It was after she had nt2red business its a typist thatt woman bein to b out Into other lines of end vor i ALCOfloLIt CENT li guwskutbiaDhliJctttls PromoicsDiges1ionjfld- 1f5 ncssanfrnstc0n1ai1sIlcli- lic OpitmtMorphin- cl1I OT NARCOTIC 55Oi Rdpao4zict27JJ7rw2LJ 1m srJ = JkkgshpIgi Zsar4uU i5ii1 IJts7azrIApcriccilicniedyf rCdlisfipl- a tonSoUrSt0DaCI3OIPfltI IFatShnPe Signarere e- rLc NEW =Exatt Copy of Wrapper E 0 t CATOR1A T For Wants and C1iilri The Kind YoqHaY f Always sought Beats theM111 SignathreeA of T1- 1 xjci 1 inI 5 USf e F tOter Thirty Year- sCASTOR1A crrr w rrod Ir 0 Example 1 ellI am a good examplcj writes Mrs R L Bell of McAlester OkJaoJ what Crsrdul will do for suffering women I yearsFI II I anytilingCardui has surely helped me and built me up and II am so thankful lhat I have found something thatt will dQsme good I feel so much stronger and better than I have in a long timeu It is well to makecup your mind before you are sicjc iwhat medicine you Will take when you are sick Take J CARPUiS The Womans Tonic You will be gladt0 take it when you are fired miserable and whenIife se6ms a weary grind It will put new thoughts jnto yo f bead fresh courage into your mind If not sick now ati least burn Cardui on to the pagesIiof your memory so that when you are Sicki you will asktfor it without thinkingI t t If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists Wfiieto Ladies Advisory Dept chattanooga Medicine eo QatUanooci Tees for Special Itutntcttotu and 64page book Home Treatment for Women seat he 11 rt z 0 L 1 You Can Work Near a Window I Sjfl wlinter when you have a Perfect portthleSrndiator which can be moved to any part of a Toom6r toanyrotfba in a House When you have a A1Id3t Absolutely smokeless and eJkrlexs j you do not have to work close to the 42k stove which is usually far fromthe 4 window You can work where you wish and be warm You can work on dull wintcr days in the full light near the window without being chilteTd to the boneY The Perfection Oil HeaterqUickIy thefontindicator always shows the amot nt of oil in the font The filler cap jpjit in like a cork in a bottle Is attached by a chain This helter has n cool handle and a damper top AlIamhigh enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so t the wi k can be quickly cleaned The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an Instant for Bewick ng The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan or nickel is Shghl Dealers Evenyxhtrr If txt at yetn mft JJT dacriptixt drauar r to txt utmst liMy cf till CompanySInebrporaUdV rOM a JI0B1lThatques ion wHl be askedyon almost daily by busjncss men seeking yoer jerviccslf4L qunlifytke the I1rnnghon Training nnd sQ2 ambition to rise More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS College than JnaorF another bust n reputationflank1A1uiustswFlUtItcordItteiBookkeepingthe United States say that rnughons is lx1okEe S and sfrnograj5hers are ItoffrShorthand Practically all U Stoffi CATALOGUE For prlcesoq leseosi da court reporrtrs write the MAIL sritoJKO F DRACGHOX Shorthan Drauhon SStemoftBY Nashville Tenn Pornecat Why Becausothev Vnow It on course AT COLLEGE writ DRAUGJIONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGEliiuhvillp or Memphis or Knoxrillc Tens or Padllf Ky M EtraimyiH 1p4 r Physicians Advise 1 he use ofu coodlaxatlve to keep the bowels open and prevent thelOl4onsol uchigi s4 toodfroafgetUrtgiato your system Ireliablestoroac sal bow4ls and is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipatfc t biliousness sick headache Ieyerisness CQlicuatufcnce err W L Vf VB iI IAXA11YLL- IVER SYRUP