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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1wTT T ESTABLISHED e JNl8S3 1 i 1 frErE XlxliJ71 J = 21 I NEW ERIESYOi SPINGFIELD WASHINGGN COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 15 1912 III oq PER YEA qJfINGTON HASthJ ofSCMfTtts Gets Wise ttt Hoggish it MS if the District APPETITE HARP TO SATISFY KMiMky CMifrtssmti Lead i1sN FifM Ailstt EX ctt siyt Aiff Kiilnn t I t Fir tissstrictto oltJLTli verla8ting hoggishneas of the Dtatriet of CeJambla has at last cailW ffrtk repressive iDCftiures from leac alo the District of Columbia i mad M city bC Wuhii tbB in par ticidftr ajct lri a stranglehold on Ike UmlUd StatM That hold ho1aal NaIasuch a succession of howls and pro teats Md a ry cpaments as never Wotel1ave HeIJ heard nthe na tfeaaT capital Cosus kM been amazingly good to the latjiaH cafttal Money has bepesred out In the District to an ext tthat iin positively astonisEins w well M grossly unjust to the tax payenql the United States who InPX t1teIlat aaalyBis are the source from which federal revenues originate and who Mvtt keep the Jarder supplied By am ct of 1879 the legality of whick mever has been conceded con M pays half of the cost ofrunning the District government half the coat of street and alley haimeatsof thmultlplled expeoBCB of a great jHumlelpftlftyy Not content with that unexampled beneficence the District Acoatkiialiy cornea to congress for more jstfBey on one pretext or other ami the eomplafsaat lawmakers have heaped the platter highbNaturally the le tome to regard congress as a big goodBatarecl cow that nbe milked grwbenorat lat the cow is beginning to kick and hold back Its milk This is cre atlng1 great disgust and ugly manifcs taUoot ifj temper la Washington J AB example of the light In which the ederal taxing power is regarded ag a municipal asset lIn the Dlstrittt aneare1100 temporary clerks who had been engaged in the compilation of the ThlrteeBth dismissed loDirectorbeen held on for Considerably longer m t 4haa Jthe oneyear period for which ed they were cmployedshMerchants Make Protett The order of dismissal raised 7 treat howl in the District not beaha cause 1100 men and women were to tal bLutlfness inSI flbeen paying out at the stores A cru Bade was started to secure another tederal appropriation of f 1000000 InO t order that tho clerks might be continued In the service to the end that bu the storekeepers might enjoy their 4 Iurthex patronage One Washington v paper publlshe4 an itemized estimate of the loss that would result to varl lo ous retail interests In the city if constipress should brazenly refuse to grant the appropriation Congress did re fuse on the ground that the work assigned to these clerks was corntpleted and the public service did not t Strequireof Washington regards this as a thin and Yelled excuse to deal the nation fl capItal another blow Congress Is finally beginning to a rhew some signs of standing by the of heUnlted States bagairiatDistrict of Columbia Representative Ben Johneon cf Kentucky chairman of ef the houss cemmltteeon the DIs fctrictfIre tdln betWeen he treasury It raiders ef the capital and the federal trHI7RelilardleMof politics ILiJohneens firm attitude Is attracting the admiration of men of all parties and as a pioneer In the direction of b1he1prnrf D meerats alike He Is making himself a target all klndr of attacks some Insidious vand others open but he refuses to be cajeled browbeaten or bulldozed He Is scathingly assailed every day by the local press and the Interests pproprlatie t take te kreak up the District of Co lumbla committee by inducing memo 1lDera to resign or to threaten to reL 5rnih thus creating the Impression that Chairman Johnsons course creating much dissatisfaction amorIsf but1cenplracr jtreauryj The watchdogI 11was SCa1pmopiv aUon bill It required ten ofII the hardest kjnd of sledding and con ttaat lighting to get that bill through t the house and all of the time ChaIr leaa JoneoB was on the firing UneIJ The YeWstatfpe to the bill came from the fact that It zade a cut of close to2e i0eo IB the district ofCa ufflbla apfrpKiatiOBB as compared with receat yeats Dspite 4U of the efforts to toad the Wll down with additional appror iriktioBS the iacrease added In the 1btiM was cply JJ5150 While the 11or1111I to fight and back cf him Is a largo tn4 jtc Cp nf J rr I 1vTHE Nf3113S=LE DERR n an anti uemocraric a memberS wno getting tired of the Idea that one ty In the country shall be showered 1with special favors and shan be per ml ted to live off the government all the time for that Is what it prac tI ally amounts to Chairman John EOn bpldlyMallenges both the Justice and the legality of tho halfand half principle under which the goy ernment Is milked annually for the Oinciplet ment property approximated 50 peri cent of the real estate valufes of the- ycit but since then the city has grown and expanded until government property Is but a small propor InJusflcehaff foeverybodyiDgtonlan Hair Hints PEOPLETHEHAIRv kthHave your oWn bnlsh and combat the and at hair dresser ever use abrush or comb in publiR places they are usually covered with dan fadruffWash your hair brush once a week with soap and warm water to wbich iis added a disinfectant Shampoo the hair once a week withtpure and water thUserubbing thoroughly Into scalp SAGE is guaranteedby Haydon Willett to destroy dandruff germs and abolish dandruff or money DbackTo atop hair from falling and scalp from itching or money back T thor or money back Price 50 cents j Constitutional Convention ri In tile House yesterday Wes toyset jn motion the wheels of projj es for Kentucky in his measure pronding for the calling of u Constitutional Convention i The present Constitution was Adopted twenty years ago It was adopted at a time of panic d a period when wildeyed theories of governmental relief for economic ills had their fol wers in every State the Cornra Dwealth of Kentucky includ That it has worked bard thipquestioned Domestic capital been penalized foreign capi l has been repelled The n urn r of Kentuckians who havehtt the State since its adoption ISf the hope of bettering ttteir fortunes runs into the hundredsiathousands It stood for e gh teen years a barrier the jaildingi supervision If the State is to employ its convicts in the build pgj utlonaI l amendment will be necessary And so the stbryifuns in vir ly every matter affecting tbnatea material and hnancial t development fcInGeneralAssembly will submit to the people wo amendments voted on in 1913 and then re ferred to the General Assembly 191+ Under thg Constitution ere is no other metlLdapen is a method tedious cumbersome and in the main unproduc Ve of results Ic at best a patchwork scheme The Perr measure asks the General Assem ytdtaIetbesenseof the peo e as to the calling of u conven tion so that remedies wherever needed may be applied If nott the only way it is uuquestion aoly the only practical Way Under the present Consiitu tion Kentucky has sto d still for twenty years If she is to go forward to that place to which er resources and her citizenship JfTielffOff Constitultion i piecemeal Perry we believe has IMr the General Assembly off 912 the opportunity to do tile tate the largest po s blcser ice On a General Assemblv so responsive to the ne ds of JbeJ Hate the opportunity should ot prove wasted Louisville Times Kills Large Eagle A son of Charles Dickerson kilted lan eagle1 near Monterey 1lromthe largest birds cf the kind li ever found in this section Owen County Democrat n 20 YEARS Given Clarence Alford at Lebanon Ifdr Rape Lebanon Ky Feb 10 Iarenct Alford who has been on trjal in the Circuit Court since Thursday morningcharged with criminally assaulting a young white girl living in the extreme northeastern part of thq eounty was this afternoon iridgnilty and sentenced to twenty years imprisonment in the penitentiary The trial has attracted unusual attention ahd the verdict came as surprise to nearly everyone especially as John Boarman Lio was indicted and tried fore same crime the two men being together at the time was given at eath sentence Both- oarinin and Aord were young rmers audl membeVs of respected families The former was tried llast fall before a jury of eleven Boyle county citizens and no Marion county mail while r jjury that tried Aford wasH composed with one exception of Taylor citizens Alford conten d ccl that what occurred took Ica with the consent of the young woman The case was given the jury is afternoon at 1 oclock and not until after 4 was the verdict reiched On the first ballot six jurors favored the death sentence aid FIX twenty years imprison mont The court immediately nndtnight he was taken to Frank fort Stolen Or Strayed Lost Or Mislaid J The following is a copy of a unique notice affixed to the church door at White church London Missinsr last Sunday some t milies from church Stolen several hours from e Lords day by a number ofU people of different ages dressed in their Sunday clothes teStrayed1a pmbthe0choo5MMishtid a quantity of silverIm Andt off a public house the owner be ngj m aontWanted several yo ng peo ie When last seen were walk ing in pairs up Sabbath Breakers Lane which leads to the ctvLost u lad carefully reared ot long from home and fort time very promising Supposed doolder corapAnions to Prodigal Town Husk Lane Any person assisting in the recovery of the abov shall in nowise lose his rewardr 1Narrow Escape tMr S M Jacobsteih of Louis yulea traveling salesman 50 vear of arge had a narrow esir cape from drowning on Wednts dayof list week at the Franklin Spalding ford of thE Rolling Pork rjvej Mr Jacobstein has been travel ing over the country for several weeks selling eye glasses an dihad in the buygy he was driving 8 irrios the contents of which he valued it 500 He evidently mistook tin rguIr traveled ford == = f Coughs and Colds You could not please us bet ter than to ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds croup bron chitis Thousands of families always keep it in the house The apptoval of their physi cian and the experience ofI many years have given them great confidence in this standard cough medicine Sold for seventy years od doctor will telioutht a 1Anyg AycraiJerry Pectoral Jf best work if the bowels are stipated Ask your doctor if he core anythIng better than Ayers Pills rot cor reefing this sluggishness of the liver lUde by the J AYEnCO towtll Man i ad got into deepwater Yhen thlt horse and buggy vent nderIh4 managed lo get ou ind caught to a branch of air ver hanging the water and i ally reached the bauk exhaust and almost frozen The horse and buggy were washed down stream and fn owe way the top of tha buggy bi owe d Jquisconnectedgear The horse Ipwnj s fotreamin when ColI John B Watheii who was driving by saw the he rses condition and coaxed hito plwImand assisted him in landing There horse and buggy belonged lo Mr tlGThe grips containing the spec tacles buggy seat and lap over w agerebadly damaged and the m and horse were soon tot mu the 11VorseL prebanonI sSourGAS AND HEARTBURN STOPPED INFIVEMINUrESwiI Gqt nidof indigestion Or dyspepsia or whatever j u call your iomach misery thLiftoffjStopBanish gas heartburn foul ireath dizziness headaches hervqusnes night be sweats and bad dreams forever of Get a 50 cent box of MIOtablets at Haydon Willett today They guarantaa them for any of the senses named aboveor for any stom ich dis tressIh No better prescription for ind gestion w ThasMIONA makes the stoma vigor ous and strong enough to dig t food w meithoutaidW atillettAnother Vote on Liquor maAt h edailiseheo hutherquestion waG discussed The Mi hall was well filled basin s men wapregard to their stand on t amatI r haying been invite ito be toresent shheA Johnston was electe chair batnI thfterJudgetbe object of the me ing a Itumbered ong the speikers beiii T M E nhtesW roatbenprominent men Severs of tbee hcallsh fahilet w t Wtrausacttdyears was hardly so areaIas that ndaneoption they were not in Position 1ya to say that the decrease as duthi to the closing of saloons Others h faoweyerQ onift cahetee was appointed composed of S E Hagan J S Lancaster a thndamong the voters ape tion for aancaprisej I II Wanted Inside to Lobk Out = 1II I menlattempt I i I get behind the bars for most men would rather bo o tside and looking in tlrin inside Jntf lookt ing out Still Will Bi bfess put iin lila appearance at ne coat t house last Saturday a m asked i tube put in jail thatj1 iea might lav outa tine and cost amount I ing to about eight j dollars William so it seems yes un oc casiozalflingat that r her fas cinatingi pastime know as crap l shooting He was fful ed before the court during dts tteim 1and given a tine of fij y dollars oJIted to settle this little mater y becom t ing a regular guest at he hotel t Conducted by John Pcterson f Mr Peterson couldnot admit him without commitmi it papers tt and Mr Burress was entaway to took up the proper officials j who could legally loci hlm upjf This weekBurresss quest was iiranted Catripbellsi He News JournaftDr WeTtrI irea 5mpponiiesiheb1oo4Ceate skinemnatic BEHAVIORI anll Aiked By Court of evHoopp liOwi1tGood behavorla all that is re1 iJ er exchangetoIedameritr his liberty He was the United States releasedtt Curt today by Judge Walter Ev zoansweaoflegging but will be required to appear in court on March 12J thrthen be assessed agamst bim andI suspended provided that ood citizen in the meantime whtUncle tiwisoner He waatoon verted ndI joined the church last July ndc ce has beena good citizen heJ has a wire and baby and he has already b2en punished 6v the State courts for selling liquor thout a license HooperwasarrestedatSpr ng field by Deputy Marshal Ryans charged with bootlegging As fate entered a plea of guilty to efcharge befqre Judge Evans 1 trict Attorney George DuTo Relle moved that the prisoner released until the March term court Louisville Times Plucky Woman TOn night last Mr omas Terhune who lives at Terhune Heights went to prayer fwi etibg leaving Mrs TerhuneLnib home by herself While he was absent two men came to the home one eoing to the frontI veranda and the other theco back porch and besides making ny noisy demonstrations call to the lady to leave the prem clssbands shotgun and flared through one of the windows butco coleds on the porch whereupon th the miscreants hurriedly dpI parted The lady then went in the dining room keeping the ot gun Jnher hands andS awaited the return other nd There being no fire in teat room she wasbadly chilled wnen Mr Terhune reached nome is believed that the men intend ptoe would flee to an upstairs om and they could ransack tbeItu wer apartments On Sunday ght while Mr J A Seav Tert ne Heights merchant and hit milywere at tthurcb some ODIJt ent to his meat hous and se cured a ham but the next morn g tbe meat was found in thithrd Mr tieay had invited theJ minister to spend the nighti with m aud it is believed that thes mily unknown to themselves their return from church me onto the thief who in bisr haste to macea getaway drop ped the meat where it was found e next morning The TerhuniC Heights people are mighty qUlelI nd lawabiding but if they fiver j tch these prowlers they rogoing to make it pretty warm for them flarrodsburg Heralds t I iFoundit f o The jurv returned a verdict oft voluntary ijoabsjaughter against Harry Cunningham Wednesday night Cunningham killed his stepfather William Noal one j Sunday afternoon in June lastI full particulars of the crime having been published in the Jerald at tbe time of the coroners inquest and also at the examining trial Cunningham is twenty seven years of age and has a i wife and five small children AIi large crowd was present when the verdict was read and the prisoner took it with the utmost l complacency The penalty for voluntary manslaughter under he indeterminate law fromtuwo to bwehtrOneyears whjcu takes rom the jury the prerogative of fixing the term of years But the convicted man will serve an y where from two to twentyone years and is subject to be rc leased after two years the lull penalty being twent one years He entered the plea of selfde fense at this trial after having denied at the inquest that bow lit J tear the scene pf the murcIeri or a knew anvtjhmg regarding the crime Noel was at home by himself inl Weyeiti1eSsesidence was altogether clrc m antial but with out a missing nk Later he admitted the kill ing The defense at this trial produced acoatcontaininga long gash which Cunningham claim w is madeby Noel just prior tb killing The defendants tmot er testified that in October she aw her sons wife find a roj r iin the yard near the house in hich the crime was committed prisonerImaintained the wonderful nerve at has characterized him since he was takeninto custody the day of the coroners inquest His hasno shown tbe slightest sign of weakness and during the cro8sexamination he spoke dis nctly and without a tremor setting forth minutely the details of the killing flarrodsburg Herald Popcorn Causes Death Nev Haven U nnFEb 9 Ch rles T Butler a church sex ton ate some popcorn last night A piece got stuck in bis throat and set him coughing He con tmued to cough until an attack heart failure caused death early today Cold Van h iJJiJ in After you have upset Your stomach th pills powders and vile nostrums and still retain possession of that ter ie cold do what thousands of sensible people are doing Do thisIsInto a bowl three quarters full of teaspoonfulIver head and bowl with a towel and ca breathe for five minutes the soothing healing vapor that arises Then go to bed and awake with ahear head in the morning HYOMEI1 does not contain ejhaRystaeverywhere Guaranteed for catarrh asthma crouband catarrhal deafness Higher Court to Decide jail The Court of Appeals will de rmine whether a new slot Yen ding machine will be allowed toiL Quorate in Louisville or in any art of the State On appeal om the City Court Judge Greg rory of the Criminal Qjurt in vir ally affirming the decision of the lower court said he thought e machine was similar to etchance device Tbe attorneys ld Judge Gregory that they wanted him to assess a fine so that the case might be tested in e higher court A fine of 100 62 r more will be assessed by the Judge so that the case may be L appealed IiiernanIii Police Court Tbo nnchine is owned by the Excelsior Gum ompany of Indianapolis It iflishmeut IWhI tplotj be received aswell as checks fory wheover the counter Judge Greg ry said that to him the machine 8Itappeared a contrlvDcetov induce persons to take a chance He held it was more than a there vending machine Courier i Journal t i SpringHeld City Tailor I gForments made to order Dry Clean irfg of all kinds snchas ladies and gents garments blankets quilts and fancy drperiesalstydyeing of all calD led for and delivered Give usa call Phone 0B s MFt the First Thimble The thimble of plain sawing wu invented In the year 1684 by a gaDaai 1th young Dutch goldsmith of Amsterdam who dulled the thuaBbbeU for this was its original name ia order to protect his sweethearts thumb tops Iwhen she was egagd with I Beed and cotton Tile thumb b llJhas however become 4nngeVbeU but iin shape only little chug lias taken place la It since the loving Hans placed the first tMmbU ea Ute thumb of this kdr 101I UBRWN4 I S1i1I1eU T T i i 1 BakingPowderiW ABSOLUTELY PURl e Makes delicious t foods mImllrn- quILyat minimum stMakes baking a pleasure c The only Baking Powder made from fbf No Alum No Ljinm PhompMimm LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon tt r Miss Flora Dowqs and Mr hn P Simms popularyoung aywick couple were married thatci y yesterday The Central Kentucky Real Estate Co this week sold to Mr rioward Rollins a farm of 97 acres known as the Manson aacs farm near Riley for 750 and bought from Mr Rollins a farm of 109 acres in the samejo lity for 2250 Belle Buckner of cplor who s conducted a dive on Railroad street for some time was arrests by deputy U S Marshal ansyesterday for she was tned4 efore U S Com missioner C C Boldrick and heid to Federal court in Louislyille unDer HOO bond which she failed to give and was sent to iLola age 12 years a bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs octs Nicholson died at the res dence of her Mr E Nicholson Wednesday after noon after an illness of enlarge ment ofl the spleen Funeral services were conducted at the residence by Rey W P Baird and iinterjmenti was iin Ryder emery The relatives have he sympathy of many friends Mrs Bridget Barr Brussells years of age widow of the late Mr Ivo Brqssells died at akeland Monday afternoon at i16 oclock following a two days- ness of pneumonia Mja russells had been at Lakeland for the last eleven y ars TJhtJi remains were brought to LebaV on Tuasday and couveved to ine homo of her brother Hon John arr 1 funeral services were conducted 6y Rev Father J St Augustine tem orary chapel Wednesday morning at nine oclock and interment a in the Catholic cemetery Dec ased is survived by her bro her Hon John Bacr and one on Mr Lewis Brussells of Dan ule Proved Truth ofuFlah Story Tlje sturgeon which was caught In Ihe Harlem river a few days ago and wblch weighed occibrdlng to Iho truth tul fisherman and those wpg assisted In weighing it Just 406 pounds would have found its way to the home of romlnont lav arerln New Vqrk if Its advent tad heen known to members of the Albany society who know this tory At one of the early dinner oi the society when matters Albanian Cluding Kane tilt Pop Saw er the Jug of Blood and e Forest were enlarged uponNlckeTI Sttrn told his neighbor lat of sturgeans ehad seenf arOellua and Thomas markets when he was a lboy many of them weighing more than 4 hundred pounds ThQ story was listened to respectfully but the guest hinted at Its flsMneBabyvsaylngr Vhea ey gett another pllke that vbav It sent tom and Ill payJaaWo 1U market yaluer The HarlemTCAtfeh bM Muted him to withdraw the offer Dr We T Barnette formerly of Mackvill0Ky will Iqpftle in Springfield about Fob Istt antTt will hrvjrJU office ovewLeo flaY OL1 dtstQrg f JT h SlJJOA IB R i1 1 ii home baked of home Royal Grape Cream Tartar bootlegging grandfather sorrowing A- ogarty4ut i f Horses GmC i Hiis not entirely a new toriL as to the almost humantraitsj found in some dogs and horses but it is not often that their ten derness of heart andlsympatheti j ic natures are made manifest to such an extent as tQ be fully irar pressed on our finite minds Oneb1 striking illustration that uCb Is v I the case occrred m HarI dsbQrKtI last week Char ley and Jim1 jf were a palr of big strong styf lishl sorrel the property of Mr1d1 0 JamEs the liveryman They were halfbrothers looked Very J much alike and iud been tog tbf er since cQlthood In factthe wholesevenyears of their lifE f1 they had occupied the jwooe stlt and trotted side by slde witW ft hardly an exception On Saturir i day week Charlie died suddenik lly Jim nickered all night V and the next dy and although fed the most tempting foodh ate little and seecnedtto Oopf1i and pine for his partner Last Thursday he began tch snow signs of stiffness put hiii f nose in the corner and Ito4 w pressing it against the wall Firiij ally te came to the front of tbTeji stall put his head onthe ran 7A niokered bnce or twice ant I fell over dead hiri Mr James and his stable Hit are firmly of the opinion that vpoor JimM died of grief purji t and sinsple The iossofthisvsl4 lable tem Is a hard blow bai4clever Bud1 who continue tO itliave he worst kind oflliickwitji bis porsesrHarrodibur Lea tier 4l 0 b NoSMtDtikLir The regular monthly leestintpi of thd city council wa heW tl the city hall Toesdtty night wiiii all the cpucilmen present j A resolution waspassd reesrusing to renew the soft driBto 1license of George Yaffee which expired on Wednesday Atri yaffee bas operated under a Wftffc drink license for a yr ialit iL ti Kearns building near thedepo4c The resolution alo dirtci 3 thii 4 city clerk not to reneW the jwftljdrink license of Wllllfcm Hiif key and Mrs Delia Bland whia1Fthe licenses expire on April 9ihi These being the only soW driak bouses in Lebnon handling tbaii bottled drinks the re blHtkm does not affeat places where sft trdrinks are sold froizod fd u4 gains only Lebanon Falcoi r5A dreadfulaccidentociirdat the ttme of Frank 1sai M resides on the GetbsyUnear tbeintesecLIaa of te1i fr lope pike this wpralBf J Axifie r had been left there and Mrs o ai3 Price picked it up to ttif U WM loaded in doing so tte gun 4l charged and the ball pa sk through the hu d 01 bee IM aephew Tyler Dtetalr ag k C years At lat oa w 44r was still alive bnt ilJlJlIAJtluI4 i Dr Mudd JI wiftt f i Haven Echo ii rIjr hl J T rw1 J1EWSIIADER rff11T MWHOFIILDKY 1 IrIg1ruYTx1aDA1I BAMorftjMUt Pablbbtre IfwyttofraMW Governor tla Urttd in Kt teclry someone atari agitating the question of 4 i ftlftiif l1ew County and nam liVJor bin Tht does not f e aoi1icia1ous until W stopto uv owiNdfrtmhtoqly a small number a tiba 119couities ot the State jtfVMrH n I constituted are salf jforiirifc then we can see how TiC1C1 the idea really js Tfbat8th use qf cr mating more e atti thertibj1 failing heavr s1ecesAry pxpense upon si tftfci Stat We have counties a pieaty all that are necessary in j oritr to bring the Government etOM to the people Extra offi Icisis iUie naura1 sequence of txtra edaritlea Weare unable to se the objct of sucH a thing It cant be necessity because we alr aiiyoh Yfi enough counties to pcpjjeriy administer io all the p opj of he State It may be YftaitT but wft can see no reason lor syen thaj because we cun see MO compliment to him asi eYIIY prominent man has enough 1 VWf Bmed fter him enough ofUfcOM will be paupers without btlrieftin1 his memory withpau INr naaaesakes in the shape of COitIIMS It IB neverdifficult during elec ttoa time to find people to eriti ciMJobnH Wballen of Louis vllle That thisiia in part toe cMttlt of jealousy is not to be jfaiaaaldi because of the many jada he has in the city and I the influence he posesses when Tthe choose to use it That he is swan of power is but the just off rewardof merit For anyotre WO has read in the daily press pf the ajanerons work of Mr Wkallea and his brother in Lot aille during the past winter in trying to relieve the destitute and saffering tempering fori tbwa as it were thecold blasts oft whiter That he was the mister spirit of the relief work in Lpuis r ville is too manifest for serious qtHHiion and there are many ofr Louisvilles poor owe their pre I aertatlon during the recent cole rto fcia generosity The Whalletf broths furnished them provt 31o to satisfy their hunger and VfMl to protect them from cold tCanit be wondered that they 1baveDa friends and that their friemds stick to them JSyerybpdy will be welcome at 1b State Farmers Institute to beheld II at Frankfort the 27tb 28 h accordItI sloser of Agriculture and the ladies especially for the 28th which will be ladies day The Commissioner is laboring earn estfy and zealously to make the IIiMtUDtt better than any of its predacesaurs and whether or not he accomplishes his purpose the Institute will be such as to be 4wl worth anyones time tb at jsYesterday Was Valentines dy1 so named because it is belies ed- to havebeen the day en which J3fc yalentine suffered martyr don during the reign of the Emperor Claudius The princi pal thing which howeVer cbarac- acteriies the dav is the sending t JTyoung cpeopleof Yalerilines Taw custom wbila universally j8tlctK1J one whose origin is ctowted in mystery It is a very ancient Custom and the day is belieyed fey some to havjs beer r t Bj Qnday ii and ILII II I I s I III- U 1 jU 9th pp- II 1 100 HEAD HORSESS and MULES 100 Also one horse and jack We have some first class I l 1 rI local1and from a distance promls Any information to terms and etc call IIeR C Bobliff S M or inII S I ii substituted for a pagan obser- Vance by which boys and girls drew each others name Anoth er supposition is thatit is the survival of a superstition that birds mate upon that davI After occuping the throne of China for nearly three centuries the Manchu Dynasty has abdi cated in favor of a repubKcan form Government This step brought about by a revolution of the people is an important step toward progress in China The progress of the country has always been retarded by the pre judice of its people in r gird to departing fromftJe beaten path and old customs j Scruggsville rlhe many relatives friends and neighbors of MrsW P fRyan met at her home near Pul liam oir Saturday FebSdto celebrate with Mrs Ryan her fiftysec6nd birthdaY An old f ienclof hers Mass Tude Scruggs wioe blrlhc uri the same day beingsixiysix years old w salso present to enjoy the bounteous dinner which had been prepared by tire hostess and her lady friends i Mrs Ryan was remembered by severa nice preserits Among 1te guests to renjoy tbe day 53in all were Mr and Mrs W pj Ryan Glew and Mattie RcanMrs Jennie Trefiand son Ctjcd William Virgil and Richard Mr and Mrs J H Gordon Mfsses Lelia and Anna and Messrs Yocum and Tylec Gordon Mr and Mrs W E Yocum and two children Martha and William Miss Stella Homan and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hardin ot JVlooresville Mr and Mrs Uriab Keeling and children Roland and Margie Mr and Mrs Omar Scott of Maud Mr and Mrs John Hardiri and daughter Mary of Springfield Mr and Mrs W H Scott and son Ruel Mr acd Mrs John D Keeling Mr and Mrs C M Muncie and children Willie Jes sie Estill Mary Wash LeliV Ezra Foster and sister Miss Anna Artie Ofia and Myrtle Ryan Miss Mary Cole Miss Tude Scruggs Mrs Martba Mayes and Mary Spalding It was regretted yery much Messrs S E and S B fhatI families could not be present aa they are brothers of Mrs Ryansj Mrs 1M V Crouch who has been very ill for the past three months with stomach trouble is improving vary fasfwhicir is al- = New great joy to her family and friends and to her Sundy school class who have missed her pres ence and Christian influence Mr Delbert Scott who has spent the past year at Somerset is visiting hiS father for a few days the Rev L M JsTesmith cf Garrett IndianU will conduct weeks meeting at the Willisburp Christian churcli beginning Sun day Feb 11th He is a very able minister and it is hoped the people will give him a good audience and become enriched by his zealous labor Mr Van Crouch and his fdeny Fay Boys of Shelbyville III are spending the winter with the formers grandfather Mr M V Crouch The young men have made quite a numlW of friends who will regret very much when their visit Is overSThe relatives and friends of Mr James Lynch who left this county 37 years ago to try his fortune ib the great South West have just received notice of his death which occurred at Whit tington Ark April 20th 1910 He was the last Survivor of the large family of old Uncle Mere dith and Aunt lolly Lynch who came here from Virgiuia early in the last century and were among the first settlers of what is now Washington Co His wife and oue SOrt and daughter sur vive him R Made Horseshoe for Royaily A popular wortny Robert Klad 01 Klrklnch Jlelglo Scotland celebrated his golden wedding the other day Mr Kidd Is a blacksmith and at one time he was in the employment of the Dowager Duchess of Atholl VhIle he was working on a horseshoe one day tho Duchess accompanied by her late Majesty Queen Victoria entered the smithy and watched Mr Kidd at his work He completed the shoe which to his gratification was carried away by the distinguished visitors It was Lung in the cathedral where is remained for many years tin it was taken to Perth Not at All Entertained Prisoner are you guilty or not II cant answer that question replied the man accused of fluffy finance There were so many counts In the indictment and its literary style was so involved that I couldnt Btay awake1 s even from delicately colored gloves by suspending them for day in an at mosphere Of ammonia Provide a tall glass cylinder in the bottom of which place strong aqua ammonia Be careful to remove from the sides of the jar any ammonia that may have been spattered upon them Suspend the gloves to the stopper in the jar They must not comes in contact with tce iisuM i ibbi St 1i LOUiSVILLE NASHVILLE 1 l WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE I IArriyalofI III IIpCommencingprompty 1Boblitts 1fOGampbeU r t Orleans 2250 MobPe 1970 and- instructtonsomuch guiltyS Stainsl RAILROAD GrasttI L I1JS4 I Tuesday February 20iParade o- fREX1000 am loinus andI iat night BOUND TRlR FROM SPR lNGFIELb 1j Tlckets on sale dally Februaryl3 to 19 jnclugiver I4 Jv SLEEPING CARMOO 4 450 EACH WAY J V I8EALSTOPOIERSL1MITON TICKETS MARdI 1801 Pf OXIMATE TOTAL COST for thettourid trip eatimate for five board perIm s or per ay at fistciiis5 hotel to which add the above railroad and Fullman fares slpetig car reservationapply to any ticket agent L I 6 Louisville Nashville Railroad Company I 1 4 SEE DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET 14 i II By This Sign 1 you know tre tyouare- g tting the- o prepa ri ion that hsstoodti ore thirty 1 fie years a d still re mains the tandard tonicfood ciedicineJ used andre mmended 5by the ned al profes sion the woi doverJ Sco tPs Emulsion is the ejrnb diment of elements thi make for good health and strength AiX GGISTS 1123 The Ped B II Clerk Wevo got aw boarder at the house said the clerk as hp dex terously trundled Jnig stool Into pOS- Ition and perched himself His name Is Timothy HaysSfed and hes from Squash Center jpd have stayed there but the cp were always mis taking him for something to eat and he got bitten up quite badly How Interestit r remarked the cashier A veryodd name Isnt it Well I wontthats his sure enough name tl bill clerk kindly explained Butt j ought to be Hes the worst Jay yoq ver saw Hes got freckles all over Is nose andheres the Joke At breakfast b asked the landlady for another plate pf cakes Honest And when she asd him if he would nt like anything iofe sarcastic you knowhe says I believe Ill have an other piece of ste please Just that way And hed Jabbed two pieces when the dishI rent around Hes- looking for a Job I think we ought to make room fo him here Did the old It ly thrpw the coffee pot at his head sked the cashier She ought to have replied the bill clerk with a rin Its a wonder she didnt She didnt thei Of course she lldnt said the bill clerk You dont me nto say that he got his plate of cake and his steak demanded the cash sr Sur iynQu Of course he aid answered the bill clerk Did you suppose shed tell him hed had all she could afford togive him y at kind of a Joint do you think it Is Well well s Id the cashier No doubt It would I rather remarkable if the good woma objected to supply ing more food i an this rustic person paid rorjOh I guess ht didnt get any more than he paid for f you come 19 that said the bill cler The strange ping was that the young man shot Xask for what he wanted then cried the cashier Is that Jt Johnn i If you knew he old lady youd think it was sal the bill clerk And he got be cakes and the steak said the t shier He certain ly must be a blockhead If hed kept still hed h rp had the pleasure of leaving the ible hungry in all probability Its to be ho id he will learn he doesnt its ird to predict what wlll bcome of I m STo begin1 with hell go around asking for a Job Ii suppose and hell keep on asking intll he gets it in stead of politely waiting for the Job to come to his Its quite evident that he basnjt as delicacy whatever Think ota y urtmanwith freckles on his nose too askingbusy people to give him k Just because he happens to wajif t t Shameful Well if out Ink Its all right to put your feet litf he trough you can muttered the bti clerk IIm not sure iat it Isnt all right if you happenup bo a hog and your associates are he glsh said the cash ler Im not cant g any reflections on your boarding use he continued I merely want cajl your attention to the fact that this Is a cold cruel vorld It Jsnt ncugh to look hun gry youve go to holler for grub and that In nt b certain tone If you do that its a undred to one that youll get It Your friend r Timothy Hayseed is making a pre ygood beginning If you flak me V ien he gets his Job hell ask about nvthlng be wants to know and then ie11 ask for a raise of BalaryI thats all the jood it would do him If he worked he remarked the bill clerkIYou cant ev until you try said the cashier IItel hes got most of the knowledge regarding the busi ness ho conti ted hell risk Iora partnership an hell naturally get thaSIn course c tIme hell ask the other members f the firm to retire and they will racefully skidoo It tJhey dont hel sdoop in a majority of the stock an kick em out Having acco pushed this hell ask tho principal fir is in the same line of business to con jlldnte with him and allow him to rect their destinies and they will d so Then he wll consider that his in dustry is entft 4 ton little special legislation of tlj fostering order and he will ask for t It he can put up the right kind an argument to the commission he I get what he asks for SS Put up IsI obdj commented the illl clerk So IIt youve got to dp to askrorIf when you t young man Is that dU riirs mitt ftt wvtrn- 5i 55 =U iiie iJ rI SPRIG OPENINGI I I rcIS f 1I1- II I ri 1 I Mens Fine TailorinIt f 1J ffI I THURSDAY fRIDAY SMURDEJ II- II I FEBRUARY 151 16Jzi ftt iI Qil III 1 I1 Americas Premier Tailors II- II SLf ISAAC HAMBURGER SONS t SS bp I t I I Exclusive Patterns i Fineste tr W a III I hiII1- 1- 1I i k Perfect Fit Guaranteed Lj l I ij 4 F I t II t I L t 4 j i mei nOn oneof the abOIIeJa a es aijlet11 IcoI ylou for a new Spring Sujit tt7 fl flili t f j sel II- III J I I- GRUNDY MclNTIREj i 1912 j COURIERJOURNAL iiYou cap not keep posted on current political events unless you read the COUJUERI JJOURNAL Lousyillb Kentucky HBNRY WATTERSON EdItor This residential YearS THE TARIFF will be the issue and the battle will be a nArd fought one YOU CAN GETS I DAILY Courier Journal- I Newsreader AND BOTH FOR ONE YE- ARFOR 4 Regular price of the Weekly Courier Journal ilOO a year MewsLeader and Weekly Courier 15O per j year We can also make a Speciall Rate on Daily or- SundayCourier Journal in conMnation with this p per1 TO GET ADVANTAGE OF THIS CUT RATE SEE US ORDERs MUST BE SENT TO US NOT TO COURIER JOURNAL t IaureL tuff casnier Hoc every young man who asks for a second helping will arrive at the emi nence that I speak of but it you take notice you will find that there Iisino trust magnate Who Is cpngenitally bashful about asking for anythln that he thinks he wants was under the impression that they took what they wanted without asking said the bill clerk Cf siia four Macrame la ojie of the laces which is smart and practical in com lnntfon with fur It Is butter than the finer laces for this purpose bad looks very effective when mounted ower satin of a brilliant color One vert liSVely lit tIe set recently seen has more of tho macrarae than the fur Iti is a three piece sot of muff fancy tied stole and turban Tli0 lace is over gold colored satin and there is Just a border of skunk on each of the three articles a r1Mcfliijg GioveL4 est way topend gloves that have ripped at the seams 9split across tile back or palm is to carefully buttonhole the edges of the tear with fine Silk matching ex actIy tho colbr of the kidr After both sides of the rent are buttonholed catchlhe stitches togeth er through the center sewing over and over and taking up each stitch By using this method the glove will never tear out again at the same place It also makes a neat finish CASTORIAPorI The Kind YH Kan Always kuVift Sears th- e8Inaro of from Rheumatism It quickens j thepainSHires Jac1ueeeSyear SSJ N J I with rheumatIsm for I Sot at aU to be from to J tried sot jet bet ter pntil I One fixed me up in shape d now J have a In for and c- kfldreSLOAKSIi Iia lINIMENTd Sold by all dealers Price iJtc Sloan on me sent fse S B M M I j t Every Business Man t Recoginizes importance of conducting de It is In time and telephone A can be i1Ipf CumberJ5nTelboned Telegraph Company connections to 1f1port nTppints in the l5nited r Icur Irreverent Youth On a recent pubircaUdn day tof a out west a some twelve years or age Into with a grin pif Inquired Uiat pa per pointing to the copy has an b9eninurderedwered In the afflrmatkev de jive cents the tabfw ho remarked wltban ojjelMmpor tance1 Well dad Arid to read blmTloston Herald Nature Supreme Nature paints the best of picture the part o Statue the of andjspeflks the or Relief 5T Sloans Linimentfor yourreu inatism dont rubjUt yit on lightly goes straight to the sore Spot the blood limbers up the musclesand joints sops Proof Jits Jdux THOMAS of writear I have used JJati ihent for rhenmatism mack sac cess MARTIN TUNIS 169 16th Pater5n 1tes lfMa cripple two years and could wove IIM carried place place remedies and could tried Sloans Liniment bottle good always bottle the house smywile i Chest Paint Soc boot Horselt CauIe Hop Poi3tq AsDR EARL SLOAH tew the all business telephone bOib local and long distance economy money Unexcelled service had lines the distance all Rates cewnpaper printed boy tenor came the office and peculiar his lace when positing ton aW thats my want about Always plirt Vtha carves best 1tbbuilds bpst part house best pan Ulef oration Rmefson Try and CaL with Ave 55 45 THE ALMANACiW2 t rh ttU fomutrt tblqmt amiNe IdIc ejII1aJiaU3tUUMa lad fojopirtwat Trdirocltr tIbt ua IjIpro4uetliwordi ad 4Jsuttn d1Lrt iz trnlIItmfdJantcJRtlitaroirth of t V111 Slitrt Iseuse mUttlon OS wtim nf rdnatrH Sittr il 4jnr Ccnrmtlnnil wonli urnninx tSIrISCO5b ritttnttiii rirarfr tfl1US tri v mairte Utn4 i1ri It VitkiM lII1ftwad Ult at t iiiuus tnotur thu llltaDft ixtlltkal t4Swothlt WrtH iurrlwt dtrarrf etra iS10eI ot pta Sftj nt stmjr d tuiuhl tml russ fttaWlx tnmtuaU ftnetr ljb6iW r c4tttS3erait5ae 14e = W dsrs ri rot =t I TA v r = f JR G1T BURTON MtlDKNT DENTIST 1t TEETH EXtRACTED fr iWTHOUT PAIN f We MagaIockuptaIa J VpBnroJlELD KY f 11 Dental Work Strictly llrltcl11I 1 1bR J C MUDD Pkyc1I and i Surgeon k Qffic bouts 8 to 9 am 1t2pinQffices over Hay don ff Drugstor Mtlamptonf ML D Office la Oera Htuse 0ontcPken No L 1 Residence No 38 i W FGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW J18ee over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY IJ DMW HYATT r Office over Red Crossll kStore Office hours Hyatt 1Q8C- JAm to 12 m 4 to 5 pm e JOHN Y WAVES if f HIIERAL uiKECTORj v AID LICENSED EMMMEI1- U t 4 TELEPHONEt rDAY 19 NIGHT 74 iiPRIN9PIELD K1 ORI ftfV TRUSTY PRACTICAL T DENTISTEDjOfifice over Havdqn Barber Pental work at reasonable pricek a11 w rkguaranteed f IfSPRINGFIELD KYI I r l RailroadSchedu1e1 t Following is the time schedule p 1 jiDOW in effect on toe Bardsto i and Springfield branch railroap Mb 41 Leaved Louisville fil 0r 430 pm Bardstown Junction 22pm Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives atSpringfield 55p in No 42 Leaves Springfield frt 600 a ml Bardstown 845 a m Bardbtown Junction 730 a m arives at Louisville 820 amtNo 48Leaves Louisville 720 am Bardstown Junctibt J 855 a m Bardstown 1005 u m e arrives Springfield 1140 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at Jl00 pmi Bardstown 220 p in Bardstown Junction 410 p pr arrives at Louisville 545p n1 StageJanuarygary in the development of the BrUI Jsh drama for upon this date in t Pepys went to the Clare Market then tel8a the Beggars Bush welfpei formed and records the first tim IthatI ever saw women come upon the stage Previously all female parts had heel taken by boys oy young men Th 4ichange was prohahly suggested b Charles IL from his continental expert ence and arose from an amusing ept sode The king had gone to theithea ter before his time and finding thi actors not ready asked for tinex 1planaUonwhereuponhe was gravel I information that the queen has no i shaved yet As the Merry Mo arc loved to laugh at a jest as well las t i make one the excuse was accepte and J reform initiated f Mourn Saleswomans Death i There Is mourning in one of thr large department stores because o the death of a saleswoman who wa probably as well known In New Ybrl as any one of the great sisterhood Little Ellen as every one called hei t because she always retained the name go e by which she was Known when she became an employe of the house thlr f tyflve years ago was Jor many yean at the head of the glove selling de partment and had customers by thi hundred who would be served o IYb3 her She knew the sizes of glove theylwore and had many friend among her patrons for whom she se lected gloves when they were smal children At holiday times she was all ways liberally remembered by them and her death is regretted as much b them as by her associates and employ era J wonl 3400 Years Old Among several relics of ancient times including temple reliefs from Abydos and a mummy from Melr 4 dte4 about 100 A D J Plerfiont Xlo- rga fcar iven the Metropolitan Mus tUK oCArt an Assyrian sword believed to 1te 3400 ear old It was Wund by ColoHel HaHbury an English explorer abort 175 at Nardln and is paId t be tke erllet example known t i paintit era PlUi has been presented to the MMMHL fcy several donors including footer Park CpmmlBsioner Henry IMthCteprge A Jlearn William Uvwn a Augustus Thomu 4 Ii rTOWN m fiWVSWW TiiIrlIWW Local Happenings of Intere s The Freshest and Latest i All About Vourseir Friends I Acquaintances Iii I Get your horses ready for the greet horse sale March JIb FOR SALE 200t squares of Asphalt Ready Roofing C L PriceJ FoRRENT rlB acres of ground Apply to Mrs Laura Vest A FOR SALE 34 nice Duroc gilts with pig A B Walker We have already some good ones for our sale March9th Boblitt Campbell If you want to laugh seen Everyday Girl at the Opera House Monday night FOR SALE One yearling mare mule colt and one yearling filly Edgar Linten There will be regular preach ing at the Baptist Church Sun day and Sunday night Monarch Mince Meat ia one of oestTry a jjar and see MnElroy Shader Save yonr monfty till March 9th and buy you a good horse or team of mules in our 7th annual sale We now haye a supply of phicken feed on band- McEiroy Shader A laugh will do you gpod See Ah Everyday Girl at the Opera House Monday If you havent bought your seed oats see ours before you buy 65 cents while they llast BDLAKECOF- OR LISAi15 first class bred lOW due to fatten the last of February or firs of March t GODDARD GRDNDY oWanted to farm seljbr trade other Block 1 BUck Jack 15 bands high by Old Clark J F KEENE R bV D 5 FOR SALEr10 pair coining year old mules good ones tiny kind of team you want C L Brady FOR SALEBaled Orchard Grass hay R W CLEMENTS The School Improvement Lea gue of Texas will sei ve an oys ter supper at the Texas school house Wednesday Feb 28th Just rhcaiveda car load of Northern White Seed oats They are 65 ceuls ahushol while they last B D LAKE Co FOR SALEFirst class Timo thy Hay also 30 good ewes B ft CLEMENTS When you need coal jor lumber seethe 81G FOUR Old Kent Gwin Bob and PegIff WK MARKS SONS Rev Powhatan James will preach at the Baptist church Springfield Ky next Sunday morning and evening Dont forgat the 7th annual horse sale in Springfiejd at Bob lilts Main treet Stable March 9th yes we are still sellingl Oandy at 19c pec pound If you have oqce tried it you know how gcod It is Fresh supply just received McEiroy Shader There will not be anymore tobacco sales at the loose leaf houses on Saturdays until further notice By Order of Board If starting to housekeeping it urill pay YOUO see our 5c and lOc counter You will find most verything you netd for te Kitchen McElroy bhader To make room for winter layers for a limited time I offer a nice lot of of pure bred S C R Reds early batched cockrels from 50 cents to 100 Would pare a few pullets and hens if ordeiedat once Aluu four n ce Berkshire male pigi and live Cnester Whites subject to regis trMRS S 1G TUCKER R F Dl- r Dwelling Burned ibe dwelling bouse of Mr1 E H II neaT Mclntire burned Sunday together with ail his Otiloogings The loss was aboutt 1000 vith 200 insurance INTOOPIC ssm m i IAn ther lot of bargainsi in 5c 10c goods Well worth your while to llook them over McElroy Shadort I Considerable interested was manifested in the trial of WmV thefThe two men who had been arrested on a warrant charging them with petit Jarceny by steal ing a bale of hay from McClure Mayes Both were held to answer to the grand jury under 50 bond which they gave Barn Burned Ttie tobacco ham of Mr W T fj Prather burned this week with 1250 worth of tobacco He bad 1000 insurance The rigin of the hre is unknown Sheep Money Here Persons who have had sheep killed by dogs during the last year my now come in and get their money as County Clerk W F Booker has received it itud is anxious to get it distributed It is desired that all who can possibly dos come before county court day as there will be a rush on that day and all will probably not oe waltedo- nAnother Serial Story In our issue of Feb 29th we will commence another serial story entitled The Prodigal Judge The plot of the story is laid in Tennessee and we believe that it is a story that will interest all who read it We were highly gratified by the success of our last sloryMy Lady of North The greater number of our readers read it and we have complaintRead new story and we believe you will read the last A Great Show That our people can appreciate a good show when we have one was well demonstrated by the attendance at the Opera House last week when the Wneeler Sisters gave their weeks en gagement here A fair sized crowd was in attendance the first night but the success of the en tertainment was such that the repdtation of the company went out over the town and county the next day so that the hall was fitted to overflowing each and every night afterwards notwithstanding the extreme cold And best of all that the first nights success was not intended merelY to lure the peqple in the last- performance was if anything better than its predecessors Several nights the crowd was so llarge that people bad to be turn ed away frum theOpera House The company has wade itself solid with the psople of this county and il they ever return here good houses are assured them The manager Mr T I McElrov is 10 be congratulated in securing so good a company to entertain tne people of this county He hassecured another good company which willbe here Monday night for a one nights engagement in an Everyday Girl The show comes highly recommended and the manager feels safe in saying to his patrons that it they attend they will be treated to a good show Unwise Extremities Avoid such extremes as a hot head and cold feeLBrains Ijp rTobacco MaretQ- uisenberry1 of th Planters House reports the salpf many good crops at high prices and says tobacco will continue high The Washington County House reports a vejy strong market during the jpast week with aavaucingtende ly Among other gOo1ciops WI report the following John Ka ft 1780 Ibs average 20 66 Hays k Padgett of Marion county 1 00 Ibs at 1926 Gregory rown 1995 at 17 18 Simms Jreen 5390 Ibs at 1263 Bjrook Rudd 2395 Ibs at 13 60 R S jiudd 1135 Ibs at 1607 Smith Spf Young 3600 lbs at 16 50D Cheat ham 925 Ibs atl4c Ju y Brown of Nelson county 1 0 lbs at 1530 L MuddYates Miss Cecelia Mud land Mr Wm Yates were t arried at Fredenckstown by R y Father Pieters The groom is a son of Mr LIoydYates an I the bride is a daughter of M Harlan Mudd Donnelly Higdon Mr B B Higdon and Miss Mary Donelly wej married Tuesday afternoont Rev P F Hennessy Mr Higdon is a farmer and a well knofrn man of the county white hi bride is a prominent young lady of the Mackyille neighborhood RodnfonTharp f rIMr Thos Thar and Mrs Sherley May Rodmat were mar- riEd at clerks office last Tuesday afternoon by v W F Williams Both ar prominent people of the Ea lern part of the county GoffGolvin Marriage license was issued this week to Mr Fr J Colvin a son of Mr Winfie l Colvin and Miss Myrtle Goff a cl daughter of Mr John A Go Both are prominent people o the Willis burg neighborhood BoblittYates Mr Erastus Y es and Miss Boblitt were raarrie bv Rev W A Wolfe Sunday at the resi dence of Mr H E Curtsinger They are prominen young peo ple of the Mooresy le neighbor hood wno have the best wishes of a host of friend- sCecilCochran Mr Virgil Cocbf jai and Miss Roxie Cecil were married by Rey P F Hen ne y this morn ing at 5 oclook The groom is a prosperous business man of Shirley Indiana and his bride iis a daughter of Mrs Teresa Graves of the F nwick neigh hood She has f Ir sometime been employed as erator in the Springfield office the Cumber land Telephone o whore by her application U business and and courteous tr atmeot of all she won a host of riends To The ublic AS the South n sun is shining over the hill t ps and spring in neaV I have t e latest novelties in spring and summer suit ings over 500 pai ems to select from and the test exclusive fashions to be ma q by and prices arranging from 2 50 to 4000 Samples new 01 display to the public Come an see them and pieate your wishe wit h a tailored suit to fit and iplpase you So come early and gi t your suit for Easter Also d cleaning dyeing Springfiel City Tailor Phone 6R K W BAVMOAUER Prop J OPERA HOUSE i Springfield Kentucky THOS H SEWELL PRESEN f THE ROMANTIC COMEDY DRAMA 1 11All i Every firluI I A STORY AS SWEET AS LENA RIVBllS BY THOS HOPKINS t A Play That Grips Both the Heart nd Mind FULL OF FUlSl =s A Play Pulsating EveryMoment Wit Emotin Tense Truthful Powerfully Draft mtic s Bnght p Witty MirthfulI Comec JiiSeats onsalft at HAYDON WIlETTS G icWt- tt L EqOt = Mra KatieWIlliams has gone East for a two weeks trip While gone she will visit many of thE leading wholesale millinery houses c Miss PolyshofBardstown was here on business Saturday Mr aud Mrs Kyle Dugan and family of Bloomfield spent tat urdaywith Mr and Mrs J N Kelly pMr John A Berden of the NewsLeader force is in Louis ville tIiisweek Mr Thomas Medley of Owens f borp iis iin Sprjngfleld visiting relatives Mrs C W Stallingshasre turned from a visit to her father IIfn Marion county Hon John W Lewis was in Frankfort Saturday attending a meeting of the Board o Equa li tion Messrs W C McChord and W F Grigsby were in Bards town Tuesday on legal business Mrs R C Boblitjt has been sick for sjeveral days Sam T Spaldlng of Lebanon was here yesterday Mr A L WhitinghUJ of Har rodsburg was here yesterday on legal business Mrs Tom Spalding of Bards town spentlast week with her parents here Mr Wm Robertson who suffer d injuries ic a railroad wreck near Louisville a short time ago is al home Miss Cecelia Smith has re turned after a visit to friends in ChicagojMisses Nellie Simms and Louise Haydon halve returned froni a visit to friends iin Bards town Miss Anna Blanche Weisen has returned to Louisville after a visit to her aunt Mrs W E Leacbman Mr GregJJdalen was in Bards town Monday Miss Elise Djrrett willI leave iu a ff7 days fur New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras and while gone will tour Texas and Old Mexico Mrs J S Clements will en tertain the U D C this afternoon Mr Lindsey Cleaver has re turned from Mew Mexico Miss Mary Spalding of St Catharine spent Sunday with with her grandparents Mr and vlrs Ben Haydn IOcICome iu and see what a dime will buy We show the fInest lot of lOc goods iin town McEiroy Shader Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends both white and colored for their many acts of kindness during the illnr ss and death of Albert Tuc ker Will Tucker and family o Long Lick- t Mr and Mrs Abnen Hilton MfsHenrySun sham SundayMr and Mrs 0 M Milton speijttaunday with Mr and Mrs T q Stumph Mir and Mrs Everett Hendren soetjt Sunday with the4 latters parents Mr and Mrs Levi Brady Mr Leq Bugg of Stewart spent Saturday and Sunday with bis cousin Mr Hebron Taylor The party given by Miss Haljie sham was well attended and all report an enjoyable time c Mr Earnest Milton is on U e sck list at this writing Mrs T H Bngg was the ijufcst of MrS Ben Bngg from Thursday until Friday Mr H P Isham was in Har rodsbiirg last weekJConsiderable excitement wasI c used in this community last week when the dog of Mr Marion Sweeney went mad oiting several dogs before it was kilLed Mrs TG Stumph MrsLevi Brady and Mrs J O Milton BenryIsham Mr Will Powell was in our midst Sunday Miss BessieStumphi is visiting her sister Mrs J 0 Milton Mr Robert Milton visited hit father Mr Wm Milton Sunday Mrs Lois Yankey wastbe guest of her parents Ilast week J I I 1 SALE1II I i 4II 4 I tS d d d i I In each Department ftvI 1 I t Cloaks and Suits at half Price fr I ILadies Boys Suits and Overcoats at COSL I LOPjases Curtainsat Half PrtaT I r M 1 sand Ladies Sweaters at Cost I Attractivi Bargains ineveryDepartmentSis f I Special Pricesv f i- I On Table Linens Napkins Towels Waist aid Dress Linens Pillow Linens Linen Sh tings Cotton Sheet I ings Ready made Sheets and Pillow Cases B1eatiedp Cottons Shirtings etc I Hri Just Received New Dress Ginghams for Spring JJS New Rugs and Mattings I 7VO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS tIERE ITHEI ROBERTSON CLAYBBOOKE cof- I INCORPORATED I UEU ALE J rwiiTOFWednesday Marc h6 19ti Beginning at 130 PM r XJJThe Geo A Vandyke farm located One Mile from Taylorsyille Spencer county Kentucky on TaYI liiiifbacco Sple dldly watered and In high state of cUltivation 100 acres of virgin timberland prevailing growth Sugrftf Tree Black Walnut lfarm is notedfor its Cdro Wheat Bluegrass Tobacco and etc f adapted to any crop that will groW in Xei4 uck Especially adapted for dairy purposes It is beautifully situated in one of the best communities in the State i nerfuturewhichymostbt iS j TERMS Onethird cash balance in one and two years with 6 petulttiMttram date of sale with lien Possession given immediately All persons inUrtijliil m this farm call on or write i E T M0MAHAN Iii o J Executor of Ge6 A Vandykedeceased Cashier Peoples Bnk TayWsyilU Ky and Agent for the Heirs Misses Cordie Whltehouse and Beckie and Settle Stumpn rere the guests of Miss Hallie sham Monday afternoon Messrs ceo P i ell and Levi Brady were in Springfield Monday Mr Matadville Lawrence was in our community Sunday- Mrs Paralee Wilkerson and Mrs IMary Brady were the guests of Mrs Henry Isham Tuesday Willi burg Mr Henry Sea and brother of Sharpsville s pentJast week with friends and relatives here Miss Annie Foster entertained a goodlynumber of young Tolks r atber home near townonlat eretwentive young mon present and all liedl an enjoyable time Dr W W Hyatt was In Louis villa on business last week Miss Bertha Paths Qf parentsI renceburg is visiting hir here for a few wpaks Mr S E Barlow has bought of Mr John Sutherland bs propeity on Maip Street Rorn to Mrsand MrsWfr d Harlow a daughter Mr Ceph Royalty will begin the erectionot a nice new dwell ipg house on a lot ecent- lboughtof y Everett Scruggs There will he preaching at the veekIi Springfield Halae Shewmaker entertained on Monday February 5th In honor of her 12th brithday Rand r Mrs Raaius Comleyl and daughter Miss Ella MisH MatL and Myrtle Hlacket ran l MrTA Colvin f Readlustnwrt Attermarrla o1 t1tJIIotttm bill it siivs altert0WS s It Ia every coll cttea be ln IIeprnamenttheebl7broock J s a ae ItLs very1oaga boitIy4siI Jt Is ornaraented IJLYArio w7t One pattern Is Mt ckiMlr witk MK J qtalds and ruble aU MtlM r Another j a1Jlac rirutot C Mi Hants from eai teIi i A third hat a lara Jrlila M center flanked 1J7JMrJi SdWIsI4 Ielze to the tiniest pefriW JSI M r the ends 1iThen agala there IIi tH aW M Ir plan gold tar feroaeh wkkk fc ss4 for varlot piaspo s trs isquashbat1nltiplcithi omeslded JibeiL j hHProbably one the kMurtiMfr fIIIIIIPt which the dtis CoVis = governorrtC wM to twkI tbs waa driving In DubJ with ths ftdess rail aJo plllQe esfflp M keptupwitkitaaaUtOIb1tIon MI his endeavors to kM Jgiw tale carriage tJtatat M had thenWcM tiofprf i mu wt M tsl JItw at hwi1aaxtoPStISSdOSMEb l eI w MINk IMt ad kw M atd kssD tkeM ObsIl b 1 1 HM hMpfgI- an aor t vr i Ti1wTi IW J rAL y fThe Stonei k ri Gods I t ftw tr Jlsiislilll JJtoMff IIIo nOsrs tltJre GJi Waa JIIttatIN lllllWlltG awa dty a WIlL oa Uis tiatr mIK lUfcVfc inw Hto from tue iigit 1 II isiiri ft4 ikT koiM ot trafflc- CMM JWtly to the ears of H- MM a A at day after day by UM teittUla workltfg fairy w bs of i Ici i a c sWo M sh bad beea I Umkt k ft cwirenl far acrott the MMS JHWiy years had she dwelt In ia io4 that lpe seemed less an Jl AwirtfaaKirlythai c foreigner and 1b M ir that iie was buried here in this Iatraa fp oil ikrdeii He seethed to Mr a dream life far removed from that e the girls who on the other aide of the walls went back and forth an gay jnodern quests of eltpp picg Ui mbtorlag golfing and rid gig t Once an airship hd whizzed over aM the beat of Its motors had cee Natodiem fllntlylt- MMBMI di UBcl had looked up ato ktM and had said fiercely aer get way front mOd I 1hr iInntit XMUM i had looked up at Mr 1 mtoyer t elr lMif ika a kuge sllver dragonfly it attMa4ojrm at theiapasslble stone e4a wkkk surrounded the fountain sad M fek HiiMiort hated the stone gods urf ah yeaned Imexpr esslbly for the Hf Uit ether atrIa lled J OM day outside the walls sHe Mart a Tele staftor It Was a mans retee ttromt and sweet and the song WM a leve IHC Im her u1t garden Rosamond fcak Mar little ot love Her uncle JIM merer marIe Ij 1e bated women 1C as it floated out on the iijrfaiy air eecsel a call to Rosa aa4bs cerni out and be free e fct left her lace pJllovrand rah te kee l Lthe garden and climbed t fri the stooe h nch to the low JItJIiJ jlie II 7X a Itheaadeepedoyer 1 4r Bei ath her was the man who sang townIVrb Atcar ft icI watched him eagerly f Mc 11tt1 oa the top of the wall she i alched for the things which were for 4bl4a her Though the sigh was Ii low the Biam beneath looked up It- t was as If her desire had drawn hisi ejree toward her Hk brjcht axdle shone out as he saw her teg pardon he said as as roee to lila feetrm In an awful iz Do you think theres anyone In there who cam help me out Im a doctor andTve got fo get to apa tInt ap looa as possible Oh said Rosamond quickly Ill eeM She ran at once to her uncles Cstudy There she told her Breathless t atorr rThere a doctor outside and hltmotorcar has broken down and amd he wants help to fix It How her uncle demanded did TO know But Rosamond went on unheed fag It would be cruel to keep him b waltlag when he Is needed ata1it flick bed wouldnt IU horsesTiouniot tbiblg blacks was a gallant fig sure Rosamond never forgot how he lOOked ai he rode that morning out of the big gate and into the sun ehlne v When he came back Rosamond Iwas In the garden bending over her lace work He took If out of her hands and Booked at her keenly You ought jto be riding the b1 Slack horse Bl tsaid abruptly YbuwIU be a per ifL fect shadow maiden if you sbtyt yourS- elf up in this dark old garden The color came Into Rosamonds il pale face until she was as vivid as I a flame Oh I hate It here sheIi aald with her little hands clenched 11 hate ltv if Them nrhy io oustafl he asked gently 1UcJ4 had hift heart broken wher 1 tile was ayduagvBixn she said sin iply He JfoTe4 l woman v1m mar jried another man My father broke r J iaothera eartso my xmcle decs P4at bellev in marr1nge lie kept sJa a convent until I waseighteen Qfk tanfl two years Qwe came here e has always lived in India and o he1zput them around the fountain and t I l l al them wArfr dav i IL t 1 a blh1sJUongrasp Look at me he commanded and she raised her eyes and m thhsteady glance ListenI an going to 1enchantedI me my ow way trUsti mcwll1sbe Oh yea the breathed Every day after that he ame ReeaxaoBd did not know what power ke wed to charm her umcle but the older man grew eager for talks arguments with the young andtt They lunched together ahd dined gether and everyday Rosamond sat aC the table content to listen and meet the glance of the steady eyes which seemed to say always Trust me j Mid she did trust him even when one day he went by her with averted head as he passed through the gar den on his wayto his motor At lunch she had the key to th- ebltuaUonI have thought some tithes her uncle said restlessly that the doctor looks at you as if he loves youIt would be a calamity lfhe should learn to care for youIRosamond Rosamonds own heart beat fu riously but she said carelessly He scarcely notices ine at all uncle The next day thedoctor came early to the garden I must speak to you before your uncle comes he said to Rosamond who had arisen at his approach I love youI want you for my wlfebutl dont want you to marryme in order to escape from bondage You must know love child before you leave your Rosamonds eyes gardenIthe adoration in his alIways ght1herrapturiOUSthe lion in his den dear Hell neyer consent she said fearfully Walt here for me my Rose and he kissed her and went away Ten minutes later In the dim stud j two angry men faced each other yIj If you do not give your consent Ishall run away with her the doctor said steadily You are killing her It nOL physically at least mentally and spirituallyno girl con live con stantly with your old gods and sur vive Tomorrow she goeback to India with mop said the raging guardian You cannot take her away from me I love her top well to have her hurt Yet you are hurting tier There is youknowThe old man stared as If he had been stung then covered his face rwant to save her he said ffThel put his hand on the bent shoulders All that you would have been to Ithe woman you loved I will be to Rosamond Can I say more than that The face that was raised to his hail In it renunciation combined with j quaveredthO tSTERN INDICTMENT OF EAGLE According td Prof Collett of Indian apolls the National Bird Is ftotfo Ing to Admire JProC Collett of Indianapolis the great Hoosier naturalist says that there Is a good deal of poetic humbug j about the eagle and that there Isnt anything noble or Inspiring abort him He Is not only the biggest thief of all feathered thieves but he is the cruel est HIS toiattackof creatures He will capture a lamb tear out the eyes of the bleating lit tie thing and watch the agonized movements of his victim with unmistak able gloating twhen the lamb gets so weak that it agony any longer the e gle will catch another In the flock and subject it to the same treatment One eagle has been known to mutilate thisIkecpIngwingsThet attack any animal or thing capable of showing resistance It is all bosh about the eagle dIs- daining to dine on anything It hasnt Itself vanquished and killed declares Prof COlett The bald eagle will set asias any buzzard that t thetMetalsr aro othersiany desired shape The property of cast ing well Is said to depend upon wheth er the metal contracts or expands on solidifying from the liquid form Iron like water expands In solidifying and hence the solid metal may be seen floating in the liquid iron about itThe expansion causes it to fill the dFe t to which it is poured and it can be cast easily Gold and silver con tact in cooling and therefore are not suitable for casting Brothers Given Surprise r KeaUngllwbohaVet brothersjWhenname Sa- I t lMf JB ttttA Hftrimc jjmost women They are troubled with I nerves J Tfc ymiii r Jtm bi4aeke headache sleeplessness d sensation of irritability or- t fnittUmii hot Iessizzy spells or many other symptoms of female weakness fttm iMai JHoriir ad inflammation should bo treated with Dr Pierces Lotion gTsM tbe irregularity and weakness of the female system corrected and I younttjsMy b too grass for her strength This is the time to take this restorative tonic JMd strsgtkgivin Berviee and fe ulator For over forty years sold by druggists w ur er1ectisits makers iifpnating it5 cvery ingredient on ita outside wrapper TOU remedy which absolutely contains neither drugsFeVowh l numberelftailer I Irregi4arwths II doeIoI la bed eleven weeks and got no better The doctor cald I bunbsdafterIUdthoucithinkLwIdbettetMar vjir1 B Wr hChl h r 6 Afflicted 1o r i v How do you like this weather A gernon asked Mr Topfloor njhe go jinto the elevator ono cold evening las week I doesn mlnMt sahiTalnso be bunt might be better replied Alg on Impartially Any ol ting goodLod likes suits me saW a It jIs pleasant to find you sore signed and so cheerful commented Mr Topfloor Tank you 1a right cheerful dls ebenln replied Algernor with a broad grlnTsa mighty blue las night but Is well now tank de Lod I had a right pleasant attnoon at a frons WotIdeob his sister Dere Was mighty big dolns to celbate de vent an de whole party so cheerful an signed like I couldn help beln eleb ted up dollarsAndesab tank yo Mebbe yo don know sah pursued Algernon cheerfully as Mr Topfloor took out his latch key to open his front dor dat de gaif pipes Is froze an dero ala nO dinners beln cookd In de pnrtmens din ebenln De gas mans corifablatln wit do pipes now He done brung his bag o instuments an I guess he gwine operate on de dif ent meters but ef ho say deres any danger of a conflabgra tlon In de houser sutny Will rimform yo sahNow York Press jAS ABEGGAR REMEMBERED Remarkable Character Who bled In 1681 Left Bequest Yor Benefit of Poor Gilts qf clothing are being made in mahy market towns and villages of Surrey to the poor from a bequest left for the purpose by Henry Smith orvDog Smith as he was morc generally called having earned the so briquet from the fact that he was never seen without a dog at his heels remarkable character lived I7hilS two and a half centuries ago andwu oneof the best known fig ures iii Surrey He was originally a silversmith in the city ot London and prospering in business acquired estates in different tarts England Developing eccentricities as he grew be9gnrHIsentirely to Surrey and he is said to have begged his way through every town and village in the country At his death in 1G81 he left all his wealth to the market towns and par ishes of Surrey and the endowments enabled each town to spend 250 and each village about 30 on the purchase of clothing fonts poor Mitcham however was excluded from his benefactions Smiths ex planatlon being that on one occasion the inhabitants of Mitcham whipped him through the village as a common vagrantLondon Chronicle IDanger of Gasolene Fumes In a letter to the New York lied tical Journal Dr TI D W Pihckney de clares that public warning should be given in regard to danger from fumes where gasolene is burned and cites the case of a man who was found un conscious and near death after Ing for a short time in a small room in which an automobile engine was running Some time agot he says I was nile called to see a plumber who was rendered helpless and almost unconscious by fumes from Ills gasolene torch It appears that only small amount of the fumes Is necessary to cause helplessness and that there la little or no warning of danger in the feeling of the one affected Persons working alone in their small private garages are In grave danger when they let their engines run for even a short time says Dr Plnckney Chance alone saved the men in the two cases I mention Reviving Old tyacklntoshed Shabby old mackintoshes can bo made as good as new at home for small outlay and by the exercise of aI little care and patience Boll little linseed oil and add to this about 20 drops of tercbehe to be had at any chemists While hot apply this mix ture to the mackintosh with a brush Allow It about 48 hours to dry in and then wash the whole over with India rubber solution dissolved in methy lated splrjts to the thickness gl cream Leave this another two days to dry and the mackintosh will be found to have a smaath and hard surface as calculated to resist all moisture as when tho coat was new The samo process will o fcourso do for rain hats sponge bags and nil waterproofed things Measuring River Flows In Its work of stream gauging measuring tho flow and volume ofrlv ers by uptodate methods the United States geological survey cooperateU during the past fiscal year with 13 states the states contributing over 49000 and the survey doing the work The geological survey also cooperated An this work with the reclamation service the office of Indian affairs mid the forest service Ninetysix gauging stations were maintained In corpora tion with the reclamation service 13 in cooperation with the Indian office and 194 in cooperation with the lor est service on streams graining na ttlonal forests In all 1105 gauging stations were in operation at the close of the last fiscal year English Women Intemperate Women now brovjde a dispropor tionately large part of the habitual drnnkard8 says the head constable of Liverpool England Thus during 1910 in the class of three or more convictions within twelve months there werel33 men and 184 women and In the class of six to sixty convictions all told there were 733 men and 774 women For two years the black list in Liverpool has consisted solely of women Temperance How it Turned Out I told that dub he was foolish to be courting sp many girls tunTputrIHis expenses were so heavy that he got behlndwltbf his board and had to marry his rand lady ttf That Is Natura- lMrsTownsleySo Hiram Sharps girl Effle has become a music teacher Hepzlbah Yes we rail her EftI Sharp n a i J Ttj r lI4 l f I t j t Byoto Copyrlghtr by Siderwoou Underwood N Y This elegant creation vas designed for a fashionable fancy drew function this winter fl i 7I7 l 1A very charming little ocss this In gray cashmere Tho cfit f the rkirtj Is novel and pretty Th jlower part of tho right side wrappi ij over tho left where tIs ornamcir tl with but tons A strip of ornbroldo galloon of Oriental colorings carrl down cen ter front The bodice which Is Ms wr In style is trimmed to corresptSm vfith skirt tho small round yoke rf spo ted net The sleeves are ti timed with gcijiu and Cnlfl u viih Altl tf Ice MaUijiils ruii red F ifrraud ose half yards 43 In1c3 wrde ireo yards g lonu U bctnti rOiiIjyard spot ted net IS MOLESKIN COATS Hft AVOR If Anyltilng They Have Apjancftd i ruputarity Since the inrln of tho Seasoii Lcn cdflts of moleskin ie a fad of tie moniWit nnd judgin from the number eofl they will Mmtlnue in seasonjThcpractical as the toul furs nor Iso It the permanent vHqo of the expensive furs Cods showing two furs ri comblnR iron are alto fashionablcr Iudoft or French soal and moleckin rf combina tion are popular and mo ilL effective than one would imagine The color lug Is somber but rich I straight scarfs and huge muffs nu to of these two furs are very llovely jhlle moles- KIn combined with erml In long coats Is beautiful ttieJ gray and white making a most chai king effect Cloth coats trlmrnbd wi moleskin nre very much morp to desired than those irlmmed witia cheaper fur Those fur trimmed tifxfcls ae made In nil degrees of j fhjnisa and can boob dnt prices ttt snit the purse coat of tmyfoilfe tfuYl6t1bandIQlDe fHats motor bonnets ar lgownsare trimmed with the toil Cur vhlch blends well jth a1rOt t ruf coar that may bo rclectcd yI v MAKING MONEY WITH GAS UptoDatQ Equipment Installed In New Molting House of Brit tsh Mint tons of golf will an avor lFoul melted down each working day wonderful sew melting bonso- 1now beng comploted for gfervlco next 1ttI at the royal mint near tho JFow London The new melting house ill bo tho most complete tn the world It is much larger than tho existing one and Is to centals ti furnaces all heated by gas Tb pre86nt melting house hoe only fotir such urqaccs ails fnroaces alone are now used at tho royal mint fOr the meJtlng down of precious metal dbke furnaces hav lag been finalft bt niahed In March Irfst Nb less fn amount than 80 00000 worth of gold hat boOn melted turnitcesI bestItion v fth the tests Mr Bigg the supef intontUnt of the c erathro department paid a nuteber of visits factories In London and the oouatry and made a toitriu Canada eid5tbo United Stats tlth the object of obtainicti evidence as to the ranid of gas as uelAt length R ipeclal type of fur flare was designed by officials at t1d taint and a gaa burner aade by Mr S N flrziyhcw or Mnchditer was- adopted Ordiftaiy gas W taken from ther street main for the melting and mixed with air from a powerful blowing en gine It Is found that by the use of gas tho crucibler for tlie gold Wst long er titan thy did wJierf1 cpko Was em ployed each crUcfirte enduring eight een beatings under gas as against twelve under coke M addition the cost Is less having seen reduced from 7d to 5d for e4cK hundred weight of gold moltedLqii4oa Nan iiI Toleratei anoD tPrinceton N JTl1e Daily Prince tonian declares positively there Is no place at Prlkceton for a snob nor for a man who makes a secret clety by toadying BoasanJss Hays Kldner Trouble and Never Snspecllt To iiudOut tlIew cuniHfoti glass with your stand tw nity fo r hunJ a seiltiiient set thug iudieatcsaii unliwltliy coh cUUmrofthekid ueys Uiing your evidence of kid ney frequent OrJXUflin also coivuicing proof that tiro kidney bWdilcr of order Ro no TVicrc conrfor iitt ikt kttowledge often uprestei Uat JX Kjlwer1 SvrjuipUoot Um gti kidney r tHedy fnlfills everywhit i cijrJHjrrii uii tMH tlandtl tffects foJlowin ww liquor beer and overcomes tbat uitpieuftitt nc ce sity of i1cqtnpelleclj to ofte duriiig tire day sind to get iimli ttiiies during the aigWi TISi jnild mud the exttWotdinatyde oT SwampRoot js fcoon reelized It stamU the Ishest fur vonderhu crm of the moat dis tresingeasea If you Heed a wedtcin yon should Iwve the best Sold dn1gi onedollar sizes fgkrsln fiftyvcent ii4 You may have a sainpje bottle rfnd book tiat tiabout itbothieiiitfre by mail Address Dr Kilmer 8 CoEiif lianrtoii N v or if it linen it trouble Ux desire Hmi is go up jt by wriLii l u t1 ppr 1t1l don 113k o un rn tr thf izr Ir K flh a thonddrrs r N U iJ- I =r r 7 fKZ frQ t I i I liltFlight of Defaulter Who Moverr Was P rs edtJ t Guilty Land Man Turned T mHJIrendering After Eighteen Years ie Found Indjctment BeenjQuashedo t Omaha NebEImrE JohnSOn was a fugitive from Justice andoreii teen years in that lime ho through every state in the one and visited every country In butf world In an effort to evade the red oral inspectors and secret service men ThIS other day he walked into the office of the United States mar shal at Omaha and surrendered HeI then learned that the case him was qudshed fifteen againstI that he had fled when none pursuediII omcerswhoglobe were only creations of his own guilty conscience 4UIcried when told by the marshal that he was free man that the government arj not want him and that for the last fifteen years ho might have down and lived an honest the stead world of wandering as a hobo settledI tIni startII yeajs and years ago I might have amounted to something If I Lad stood trial and takeh my medicine 11fteenihave lasted twd or three years As a lfact it continued eighteen ybara and Its effect myuri Cant you lend me a quarter to get something to oat with And with the 2Scent piece in hit hand heshuf lied oil toward a restaurant Johnson was an official In thputl- ie land office Itf Del Norte CatIn1893 he was found sfiort lfSCO Hew s Indicted on a charge of embez1 zlement forfeited his ball and osJ caped For three years tho govern ment inspectors Lept a lookout for him Then the case was dismissed and thereafter no further efforts were made to capture him On a cattle ship I worked my Way o Liverpool said Johnson I was Absent tofu too states about live jflars during witch time I visitdd rncifcnfly every country In Europe nd many In Asia sad Africa itwas simply1 n hQbo Lit I watched keenly for government detectives who my conscience tolllme were always aRe me For eight years Thave ben wan derlng over tins couutry from the jtlantlc lo the PacISlc from Winnipeg to tile gulf I have worked a few absoluteI days in actually hundreds of firintlng rule n ver to w rh Inia place lor more than a Week Then 1 would move to the next stop thOs throwing the dctectlvc3 off of my trail The morning I struck Omaha walked up the street and by the post offide And the thought struck me that had I stood trial took my mndi iclno and served my time 1 would have been a free n an manY years ago Rut you would Irave been an ox on Wet I tdld mkelf Thats no Worse tlian a tramp answered myself Well wjiy nut gQlnand urren Oar i salted myself And before 1 bad anl opportunity of taying noj Ihcre I was in the United State mar- sbals qClce BYROf HAri LITERARY AGENT Authors Representative Not New In Ventlon for the Torrpent of Publisherst lucli has been writtin lately about literary agents as If they wore a new InveliUou of tho Evil One for the tor meat of publishers But in looking over Byrons letters the following ono ehows clearly enough that the first John Murray who published for Bryon had to cope with authors represenU lives just as the third and fourth John Murray do today and by tho way John Murray IV who Is all lio live and pleasing young man is taking more and more of tho burden of hs fathers buBlner Here is Byrons letter to John I UJorerTholeMri Douglas Klnnalnl Ho Is my trus tee aiid a man of honor To him you can state all your mercantile reasons which you inljght not like to EWe ttt me personally such as heavy seamen flat public foot go off lordship writer too much wout takeadvlce declining popularity deduction or the trade make very little genorallly lose by Win pleated edition fojeign edition severe criticisms etc with other hints anti howls for an oration which I leave Douglas who Js an ofa tor to answer 2Sd August 1821 Apparently the song of the publlihl cr to the author wna exactly the tome almost a centirv ago as ft Is today The Italian SoHtw Under Fire TbftV Italian fcTillers were a new experience to ino For sheer unemo tonI daring I hva never seen any thing to Aqval the buliavlor pf the italV Ian soldier under lire and mark you heavy tin They Itre as a whole a splendid body pf men from the point 9f yfcw of PbYf1e and discipline Much more than this can be said how ever Thu good Mlrlta and earnest ness and other nool soldierly qualities of these men can only be spoken of in terms of highest praise Chummy is tho word I must ute to describe the relationship and feeling existing be tweon officers and fljeo iand under such condition whorta hiyft sp ontlal to the other a Wif1Jtl1cy cannot bo adopted1 Frank J Magee In JletrbnoHtajt 0 rVory Ancient Sword Some of the Arabs hav two handed swords says exLieutenant Montague late with the Tunes In Tripoli left behind by thov orusad ors lint one never can bs certain of anything In this world After one of tBe Britiih campaigns In Egypt an officer brought back as trophy such a formidable weapon which ho hast cncd to submit to the late Mr Jack Latham heed of tho Wilkinson Sword company in Pall Mall saying that In fits opinion the thing belonged to the first half of the eleventh century No said Mr rack with a smile after a sHght scrutiny of the blade it belongs to the second half of the nineteenth century Theres our trade mafk the corner of the hllv E T ItaiiBfidren jpry for ktcbrs 1 Tire Kind You Have Always Bought and Tvhlck hn9 beeai J1n use for over 30 years has borne the signature of UA and has been made under his Prsonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no to deceIve 1Ii this 41k 1All Counterfeits Imitations ant Justas goQd hut Experlments that trifle with and endanger tile health of r Infants and ClffldrcnExp6riendo agalnstj Experiment + What is CASTORIACastorievis a liarinless substitute for Castor Oil Pnrergone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It jcontains n lthor Opium Illprpliino nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms anti ayays Feverishness It cures jbiarrficea and Wind Colic It 3rclicYes Teething ProuWes curcaC6nstlpatioa and Flatulency It aSsimilates the Food regulates tha Stomach ana Bowels givingr Healthy and natural sleep jj toie ChlkJrons Pa arTt1e Mothers F endi 9 GENUINE CASTQRIA ALWAYS IG Bears the i Signature of st d The jIAjt 1 TXCCnrrAURCCMPAriYTTMUMRXrBTnceTNCW 1 1 asit Jp Stubborn CaserI was under the treatment of two doctors writes 111 Mrs R L Phillips of Indian Valley Va Vand they pro nouncedmy case avery stubborn one of womanly weak I ness I was not able to sit tip when I commenced take Cardui V- IIIuseddt about one week before I saw much shamje Now the seyere pain thatthad been my side fofyears has gone and I1 dons suffer at all I am feeling better thaa in a long time and cannot speak too highly of Cardul TAKECARDUI Woman Ths sTonTc 1 1if you are one of those ailing women who suffeifroniany of the troubles so common to women Cafdui is a buildej womanly strength Composed of purely vegetable ingredients it acts quickly oh the womanly system building womanly strength toning the womanly jiervegy and regulating the womanly system Card i hasbeen in successful use for more than 50 years Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the Benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles Begin ttoday TeefrJW i 5 st14nf fII l 1 The perfection Smgkeless OiLHefitGO ilh Ms drums enamelefjjn turquoise is an ornament tto arVy i rqpm whether in the country or cityliode No home is quite complete avithout a Perlechqst Oil1lf Heater Itt is a necessity in the ffalland spring vheo ttisio warmto 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