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ESTABLISHED i III Ii rI TT I if SEmESVOL xXNdi SPINGFIELD WASHINGON KENTUCKY MARCH 28 1912 p J itil 1o V i aj nrJ I CONDENSED STATEMENT I JI I ii iff BANK I i Itr f Strong Conservative Safe 1SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY mM1I r As made to The Secretary of State February 29 1912 I1 tiI RESOURCES tU Uans and DiSc ntsUOH 9921409 I Cash and Due from banks 3089519 iia 825587 I CxjMi e Account 72489 I Bankwr House muo 1231178 FumHure and fixturesr 300546 I ITota iuo15 40728 7v JEW LIABILITI 1 CIu 50OOOOO idedProfitS 328368 DEPOSITS 10112360 v I5440728 U win I It withJ pridethat we call your a attention to the volume of business which wehave built t fI less than 14 munths time and iif you have assisted us in being so we take thisop r of expressing our sincere thanks andif yU are not a cmtomefrwe upIIstandrsady and willing to render to you the best banking service possible 11 fand will appreciate your business The leading feature to make a use ful bank in a community is an organization of individuals able andf willing to serve the people We feel we have these qualiQja I I Iq J field State your headquarters Yours Truly 1tt jh R E POSTER Cash er i J M SMITH 1 II Liii tf LET PEOPLE RULEnQm fSAYSl ROOSEVELT g i SI Sj r HEOPLES VOICE MUST PREVAIL r oilSi Campaign For Nomination Quotes STaft as Opposed to the Majority Stands Squarely on His Columbus 4 0 Address The salient passages In Colonel Ibtl JjdeliveredYorktlWcdnesday j t jjiforepur people can be stated briefly LJ ATe tho American people fit to govern themselves to rule themselves to pon y jjiMyt right of the people to rule I believe thot he majority of the plain people of theIJnlted States will day In and day out make fewer mistakes In gov 1aclasstheir training will make In trying to govern them II believe again that the American people areas a whole capa bTe of self control and of learning bytetheir mistakes Our opponents pay p loyalty to this doctrine but they show f their real beliefs by the way in which aa they champion every device to akeI I tIt of Ibe tyranny of the majority When ieer there is tyranny of the majority I shalt protest against It with all my heart and soul But wp are today suf feting from the tyranny of the minor IJr f fRt1tbblnJpowers nnd our hnrbor fronts A small r minority fattening on the sale of j0smalloTies and trusts It iis a smajl minority that stands behind the present law of master and servant the sweatshops Ij and the whole calendar of social nnChindustrial Injustice It is a small amity that Is today using our conven tion system to defeat the will of ma a jorlof the people In the choice of delj JlSfpf the Chicago ionventiontj W Not For Recall Everywhere My opponents charge that two things In my program are wrung because they Intrude into the sanctuary of the Judl dory The first Js the recall of Judges thTj on eo w stjbtionnl questions have said n ain flijd again that do not advocate the recoil of judge In njl Mates In nIl The latexr t of jinr Iholmesandin pur own state Is a tIne rage pfr American history HutI cay Itoli r approllchltbel special interest has corruptly found sanctuary there and this is exactly what has happened In some of the states where the recall of tin judges Is a llvjngjissue Is It not equally plain that the question whether n given a 0iclal policy Is for public good Is n tit of a Judicial nature but should be set Stied byr lie legblature or In the fliwl 5Instance J y the people themselves Y5I The president of the United Statesi Mr Taft devoted dost of a recent ipeecii tO criticism of this proposition f lie B575 that It ls utterly wltlIou Lj I 4merit or utility and Instead of lid In the interest of all the peoj pie said of the stability of popular g v hiSsloe and tyranny By this he o Scourse means the tyranny of the ma theAmerle rex1SJU nvolch u A J 7TTTT TIlE NEWS=LEADEk t IUN6FELQOfSTAT f Capital SI L Surplus Undi v r Tolal i h 1 I supI is ortunity AsSJ gT iff coumuulllcdV 4 atiy fe s1s mufry a pivjursni e people a real instead of only n nlnnl chance to construe and amend state constitution with reasonable ripldlty would make such amendment and Interpretation depend on the fe Trl5h uncertain and unstable deter mination of successive votes on differ eat changingJoitesfoot of the tree of well ordered edom and subjects the guarantees ofI liberty and property without rem Oily to the fitful Impulse of n tempo elect9rateThis a criti cism of mv piopdsal than a criticism otaU popular government It la 1bUji fe JMcd ijnjesx It la founded the belief that people are ynda uientflUy untrustworthy This Is the question that propose to submit tol theprevaillpgrality ter and morej exactly ascertained Thepeopleurt what their own morality and t lclrowll opinion Is I ask that you re you and others like you you tbeIeoPle Ie given the chance to state buriporallty not sit meekly by und Jjnve your views announced for you by ell mcnnlng adherent of outworn llosouihles who exalt the pedantry of mnIas above the vital needs pf hu iiiu lifeaMr Tafts position Is the position Chat huH been held from begthuIu r our government although not11 ys uprnly held by a large a her of reputable and honorable men ibo down at bottort distrust popular gqvernmcnt and when they must ac opti ge around It with every species of c and cheek and balance so btohmitedJMr Taft fairly defines the Issue when e says that our government is and filumld be a government of nil the peo ple by a representative part of the pea ple This Is an excellent and moderate Description of an oligarchy It defines bur ggverumeut as u government of all t the people by a few of the people I am not speaking Jokingly nor do 1 inean to be unkind for I repeat that many honorable and well meaning men f high character tithe this view and ave taken it from the time Of the for mation of the natron Essentially this View is that the constitution Is tt strait jacket to be used for the control of a n 1nruly1Df old that this view Is not only false jbut mischievous that our constitutions areitlce by securing the deliberate but ef jfective expression of the popular will hat the checks balances are vain- iable as far and only so far as they a complish that deliberation and that Is warped and unworthy and Improp er construction of our form of goof ernment to see In It only n warting the popular wiUnnJ of preventing Justice Mr Taft says that every class should have a voice In the government That seems to be n vcrYserlons misconception of the American political situation The real I with us Is that some classes ave bad too much voice One of the most importdnt of nil the lessons to be taught and to be learned Is that n mao should vote not as a representative of a class but merely nftn good citizen whose prime Interests are the same those of nil other good cJUonw Tafts Diebelfef In the People Mr Taft agalu and again tIn quota iitlonst I have given and elsewln ell through his speech expresses his ills bellpf In the people when they vote aI besaysthntIIt Ity of nn electorate and prepares the vny for the possible exercise of the grossest tryannyJ Elsewhere he uncertaintyPIby temporary and changing majori 04tlesntid again he rays that the sys suspenCguarantees according to popular riim whIch would destrOv all I Cjiiuedoq page 2 The aboje cut is a fine like ness of Mr J Forest Cusick who was With us last summer and endeared himself to all o us y giving us the bes and mos excellent p tiotograps He is to be with us again this spring and we can reach him by telephone en and after April 1st his fathers Mr Ed Cusicks He is well qualijied to give us the best the is in aa he has spent about four years in the bestjSiudio in Louisville The Cusicjk Studio owned an- perated d bvJL Cusick tho best photographer in Louisville ther- y giving you the advantage is ftiur years schdoling wit bou having to eave your home You can call him by telephone sat Mr Ed Casicks and make apll p pointtnentsi and get all inform- iont conce rnngpot r phs f all kinds and classes ofI lDodging High Prices 1o put themselves out of reac of the high cost of living score New Ycrk City residents ar buying farms in Connecticut and re starting poultry raising on a wholesale scale Fifteen farms within a livemile radius of Pacltfer Were sold last week fort chicken 3Stablishments Day oldchickens may be purchased for from 10 to 25 a hundred and the oil places are being kept busy suo lying the newcomers with a nuc leus for their fa ms Norman White uf Boston has thousindfe of eggs m the incubators on hi i farm and Robert L Burton cf New York City has purchased a large place at Had lyne atdjhas spent 25000 lin building colony houses Be bas 2500 layi ig hens and will hatch 30000 chicks for the New York market gIup everywhere New Xork Herald LOST Large pointer dog on streets Wednesday March 13ih Headff etirs neck and part of sides sold liver color the bal ance vbite Long tail mostly twbite Jjlheral reward for his rtturn or information leading to 9his Tocqtery T E Bardesty LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon 4 r Mrs Anna Elizabeth dams BslxtyfiveiJawe Adnias merchan dkd at j630 oclock Monday eve ini at ISts Mary and Elizabeth pspi al following an illnesk of six months The funeral wj froin t tutheelIigeffLonisMr William M Spald sr and ColeJ Tarmfir oe St i Marys neighborhood atpt and killed a large wild goose tear the BrownForeman Distille jr Tues dy Several flucksf wild geese and wUd ducks bav j been f yjtois over i Miss Betba E Grafiam a J pretty and attractive yonng lady J elofot1rfarmer of prosbperous Taylo ountydewere united in marriage at Baptist parsonage Saturday Dr A C Graves oflIiatingda There many friends them happiness and suc iiss thNodetrainville Florida was overt in hourw wlatej morning The left sIdj eccen mtricthe Hardiris creek brid three miles from Lebanon an it took 40 minutes to cover the milesp A freight engine took ie train on to Corbin IIiDMr Robert Dell Bluett 64 years of age died suc enlyat his home near Loretto Ipnday d lorDing at 6 oclock f hear failure He has been it times for the last six months f heart trouble but was not cq sidered in a dangerous con dMr BicKett was a wellknow jfarmer c and stood high in the e imation ot the citizens generalll Mangled By Trim Lebanon Ky March 4ThE fbadlyapparently about 28rs thUGeorgetBelcounty was found besiil thoTL btI county this mornirg he dis vcoveryCa fcElrCJYeofj went to Chicago Be pund ont bodyhadI dfoundthat was falling An iJi m vy sea a leg was severed and th back of the head was crushed aejfj tmii It met death The letr it is said was one that bad aeen given to him by a Lyons ittan tode pag ItIceiled tlcrea partyOf ntyounj men of rayons one c whom was Bell came o Lebanon II last night on a fro cI J rkdeGrass hay IL W CL IENTS = =JtL PRIMARY LAW oth Parties Must Nominate Their Candidates at r Same Time Following are the main lea res of the compulsory primary I ection law which became dtive with the approval of Gov McCreary on March 5th It does not apply to school trustees nor to trustees of towns presidentialUnited States Senators Primaries are to be held on the tirjst Saturday of Auguslnn each atIngthe ensuing November election But nominations by political parties to fill vacancies at special ections to be held at some date her than the regular Jovt m elecion arc to bemade as termtned by the governing authorities of the parties If cancy occurs Within seyeuty ys before regulas November election the party au ority nay also in this instance termine the manner of nominating Should a nominee die ithin seventy days of the eJec- tion his party may select the ethod of naming his successor The law applies to those parties which at the last president ial election polled at least 0a er cent of the totall vole cat and therefore tffects onlp the emocratic and Republican parties Any person may become a can i 1i date in the primary who files at least SO da s before the primary the required nomination papers signed tby not less than three per cent uf the total vote of his party in the district or aountyepthat in districts haying mureI than one county such per cent ofII the votes in halt tile counties 00I ly iis required and in Railroad I Commissionrf districts saiupfr cent is required in only one t FOIStatel t eehishalDe riallotagreement to the effect that be ill not withdraw if nominated t nd that he will qualify if elect d utt the Npvernoer election The County Clerk iis lequired g o pub ish tthe names ofari the jcatiddaies not less than tweu- tas before the primary j Both parties nominate their iaonticalioftcersIre to be divided the same as at t slectInamed by the Countiy Board uf Election commissioners Ilhe voter must announce hi stif arty to the officers whereupon ofIliisch01ceThe returns are canvassed yd he same Board IThe State beiall the ex 0enseegular i elecliois i c FOR SALE8 nice Duroc gilts witb pig A B Walkerii u t WOOL nnnnnn WOOL 1 1 I WOOLlYIi ff- III Bring US YOUR WOOL I We can pa1 you the highest market price for iit We furnishou with sacks and twine fort tieing I fleeces Write Ph ne or Call and See Mess I j and we will quote you pur prices It will pay you to see me beforeypu sell sg HJGriDstead if4INCORPORATED T SPRJIGFIELD KENTUCKY WOOU WOOL1 i RUNS AMUCK j TwoIPolicemen and Kills Himself II 241Barrodburg Ky March jEdward Moore aged 3V is dead ti Chief of Police K 0 Smith has a bullet wound in his left armt and Workhouse Keeper William Davenport is suffering from a bullet wound in his left sideas a resulfof a bittle between Moore and the officers early today Moore shot both officers and then slut himself in thehead the bullet entering the templa death resolting Moore it is said had been drinking hardand also had been using some drug which had ic raze him so he threatened to Ikill his wife The officers were called to his howe irr Njrth IMain street shortly ufttr da7 ffight and found thu infu tool man in an outhuuse heavily ami ed After they had talked with thim a vhile he agreed to Hczijin panythem starting in advance but upon reaching the house ran iin and looked the door The officers brokethe door in anda jpistol battle ensued in which Chief Smith nnd Davenport were sho by Mcore Runniug from the house the craz d man then shot himself mseitherhough Davenport received B v ey painful wound Moore wa1I employed by theCurrejy Grocer Company here aid had neve tbeen in any trouble before B id arsuryitdc cohidreni QithWhenFar foo mtuiy mortals are vain nd self satisfied because of some temporary mercenorj adv tntnge and in tI eir eagerness to dispay ihatudyahtage at even opporff unity often destroy their greit est blessing he physical coun rJlrt of snnshir e wlich is their own health Neglected colds irregular meals overload d stomachs and night revelry result in shattered nerves de pressed vigor and fatigue all of which invite decline and disease Each person stands sentinel at the portals of his own health and he who guards protectst strengthens and builds up a rugtJ ed constitution is justified in pride and rinds therein nis own g recompense the capacity to en y the fullness of lift The strain of modern commei cial and social living tuxes strength and energy and in maUl tainirg the highest selfefficiency we should notonly cultivate deep breathing out of doors exercise regularity and temperance in all things but study the greatest of it ll physical powercreators which is body nourishment In this alcoholic preparations should be carefully shunned arid such pre tEmul8iufJt b klbodbuilding healing and strengthen ing should be selected Scotts Elnul ionia bcientifi Aallyteething babl nursing mothers rowing children the aged and infirm It contains no wine or ff stimulant but is wholesome and o pure and has helped millions 001 regain health and sustain it tt Worthless subsjit1tesae some 1tt times offered but Scotts Emu i jsion is the genuine pure food1 medicino j J Special Notice Mack Hendren Springfield Ky R R8 is in position to skill fully handle all classes of horses My terms are reasonably Indr guarantee satisfaction If you are iinterested it jvill pay you to see me Mack Hendren One and a half miles west of Mfcckville on Spring field pike To make rctfm for winter lay ers for a limited time I offer a nice lot of of pure b edcg G R I Reds early hatcuicdiCpckreTs 19iebqrdeBerkshire male pigs and rive Cnester Whites subject to regisI tercMRS S 0 TICKER R F D f TIrYJt I i t q I t t SUB CR1P1 JON c j j5 t TiOA1E3R 4 jt oJ 1 tts 1hi8 COUNTY A 0 u photography governing 4s RoYA Baking Ptowdeq 1 ABSOLUTELY VUR Makes delicious home bedfoods of maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking a pleasure The piily Baking Powder made from Royal rap1 Cream of Tartar j i i No Alum No Urn Pfi 3jifim4m What Puzzled The Jladge 1s ThefxHjwVng i irtkeaffforaon sueof th TaouiVville Times I Petty pases ofmf violation ofthe I lTnternal reveimu i laws are occu mfbfthe1U 1ti justC t1ardJt t unlareof Ethiopian extraction 4 ueer titled ore toldby some of 1baeInonacase of selling liquor J Il itJai uchlraledthat he had bought froraithe deKj fe modantJa thnuarytwotenIvcentdrinksJJ f titled in other cases that he had purchased much other ljquorletJust how he could get away with all that liquor and still re member where ne got it is what pu rezzledthe attorneys for both sides In ad staressingtta terabndstoindulgdyivisprilhprnlrt Ptfminyfo this no r leustimat recaeuiber bdfore the iccur re sincesaid thementalyo faculties after icdulgiugm soTmuch whiskey is U mystery t es frAllf Marion county metropolis nor enswet0 J Card of Thanks T manytrie1dir to dariog the illness aridIre death of our daughter Ella j Mr and Mrs C H Osborne Recipe For A Happy Life f riTu1ci r unts ln1 fetitimnerwitYi butt rimming basinfuli of kindnessi dbuott lJQf lll ythitby 1iiCvorwth ee6d e I vS chatitY ttr wll1tqgetb find then carefully strain Off an Fo grains of solfian ess Let the whole be served with love sauc elsod fruit of the spirit i f CJ f Sytaiy Your Fruit j r i A ii 4IbiieQttbandck large nUna ber of Sprays for spraying fruit trees platifc etcj and AthR best conpcuhctfot k1Itngidlriaect n which attack frnit treesr Sptay your fruit and results will justli fy you lot your irbubla A U KIMBALL r tF 4iJ 1 l lOuli1 g lDJ n Nt Wh rtoi liave Jlut r ceivedg5 different styles room size rugsvin Axtninster velvets and lapeS try FramiOxtiOt Cil tiod see them N t DUWJjt wf themi 7 T r = tiysiiusbandsand1 Wives SkoW Not Op4 EachOtkeisLetrsv l ln rccorirsoaairite4aii a cleon1OurInHcnib1eBifffj IfCR1Oolt J h e eieyenth v coipmanii nekt should be Aiiiyl 9ouon ibjU fjnpss1 On the subject of bus ndsaudwires opening feach others letters she sayS 1Tihere are wiyea who ppfa ibetr btisbands letters illd husband who think nothing of reading those addressed to their hL s This nc ay hive its rb antle Reason but how about fput4Tder r 1 being one offfeel thlit iaa Itheontsi4ers the sacred c eCfrl the husband 6f ray intimate friend o1ens the tef which I write to h riSaid a young ni trontfYour letter to my us anl ad this morning at the break Jfasraii I haye po doubt he caa ll you wheret secpre the hot k ouL which you asked hlI iand him sure he will reply to ydnr tter as soon as he can make 1 metodio L i IIV l rtoiph1aban wa mply a query Mvith remark to e publishers of a certain lumn oNvhlctrhe had tol4mc e contents of that innocent little note might have been red from the housetopbut for jraoie reason felt indignant that tile i velope that I bid flirectad to him had been opened by another person even though tbattNjtowere his wife L My daughter is away on a visit just now wrote a dabther her daughters friend jand in ading your letter which has just arrived for hIsee that you ask her to meet you la iowaI ne4t Wednesday Insttftd jtforwarding your lletter Tjatwriting to explain thatch mil ot be back home by tbat tita ir e f6tir me 1tto utwhy should she harV the an envelci that rhhtropen name and rMii i that bad OM a pnriedjto her i VfOfourse there ari oUH i benjs absolutely n r1 that the meaibera off Oft l41i111 pen ones letters but tsie oc casions are not frequentis less one is too ill to reriTilMW the epistles of ones viatimk friends should be trirtail wjtkj some degeee 6f privacy v No6c j All persons engag41i wl ess in Sprbi flehltl tt I noticdthat town lice a w d ueApril let 191- 2aidpp 1alty will bs a waiIntwllissbe QfiiiotICity Clerk and ha wilht 4t Ji license 1 WAN1T TI v- Ii i T1Ii i j i T W NEWSLEADER MIMOMBLD KYlt t f p ayag IIIy L JI j Mftorft awl F Wl bm Xow tkt vU Ltftfetetvr eg CemtaMkyhaa fire to WOBWJI pJicItoi srtrig iIta ell sat ten prtilc to cboots tiw ftrciiitage olWOlMtl ToUaff twill bokm tiaty wtNMM wiN tbe1Mllot for My JlVpoM wbalevr an4 it fcty do 1tOt take aivamtage of Ifceir efcaaee to T 4e iia adaoa I ttawil aUera I ia afe to aay that MM y will BO wish to aingle j is the itolitMal rabble aid dabble in tto BUM of politic That all woNal a not wish the ballot is lj Illiiaw hthe tact that a t krgproiitfttwoMl tteirbhre snil to paWScly oppose j it At a meting of the advo moveSt files recently held ia Treatoa t t 5t NJ a MiM BTWMOB spoke very strongly afaiaat it and hooted at tke wtlNwomet were de I prived of ear rigbU Iii the laws ofOtir co a4f y ay keepiat the ballot froaher Sheclaiiredp that the wbohtRdltlC1 of re1 cat letfelatkm bad been to nIf large tbe rights of WOBM and eafecially wage tailing woes who are eofnpell d to labor for tbeicwppoft The good lady a andNape speaks trw in regard to r legWatkw aa aa exaaaple we we 14 cite the paaaage of the WIriagr act bjr the Kentucky LegialatHre is 1894 which gave th wife aoaolatc control ovrv t her own property Another 1 a Vlady t who laI aa ardent advocate of wtplea ajigrage said recently that if advocates of woraans suf r bfrage are wet with i ail by LialatIye fClloa8rct they wovld raaoxt to the English method The Eagluh method referred to was Qtof a party of English aaffrafettea who re j ceatly Make windows with atoMa rid taisedtad genrall Irovellieg ia gittera for stoles I to throw at those who bud In carred their displeasure act only tryIlag to laMtateiaea but to im itatsttie driakea lower eksaent ofrr It iaMky to prppbaay aato which view tb greater jpart 4 of pjar ofaler wrea will take lfk i bt ooeidaoaoegh In J them to believe that Lewilly prefer the course which is con sUtent with their dignity as ladies to that which would care f ly degrade then If we believed that the majority of our good woaaen wished the ballot we world not keep iit from then five- rinutee but we believe that the majwrlfy of the good women i w oee vote would be worth any thing would positively refuse tOi go to the polls t rj 1t GkM Crete IIAs I have never seen a letter ijirpai this place I thought Jj would drop in x few lines As the weather continues so Taiay the laraera will be la e t sewing tobacco beds t 81RayandMrs Cash Shewmaker Wed neeSay lot Mrs Dora Hayes and little son Jiutin =were the i neata of c t her motherl Mrs James Gird i LA ner Thursday The eutertatnment at the Card well school hoos Ilast Fit tt Uy night WM well attended and ll reported an enjoyable time dir Jolla G rdaersaid wlft eft WSiBMdiy for iiinoistot gala their fortvoe i N Mr Jcfcard Gardner andI family spent dayibt tMr ittght v hrs Aaq lin Ga1err Mrs BUM Catktt speut Tueg toy at the boae of Mr Will Mel Mr Elvie McMillian visited ber broker Mr Loyd Cattett of Mercer County Juwday Mr Jiwm Holiday bought of Mr John Gardner one horse prlor7Mi Hester pardaer was at line8sYrspent Sunday afternoon with A feline Gardner Mr Gheftest Jfpkins wife and little daughter Christen spent Sunday afternoon with Davis 4o1 and family near this place I will ring of for this time If this Ifittei1 is in print I will come again by by Candy Kiss Broadway L lSpring withi htr golden sun IUyeJ rain is with nonce gait We hope the ground hog has gone north to remain Farmers are very busy Most every one in thus section have town their plant beds Mr T U Badgett has just returned from a business trip to Lexington Miss Nancy Wellington is visiting relatives in Lebanon Miss Lula Wright and Miss Emaa and Mary Badgett visited their sister Mrs Leo Hill re tNI88 Teresa Osbourue visited Mrs Rose liilackin la SatnrdaiIThfl school at our place is pr resinS nicely Miss Victor borne is our teacher MR Jerry Smith and his bet pareniUrurda and Sunday llr Goebel Smith spent a very pleasant afternoon Saturday wfth friends in Springfield Miss Catherine Gamble of Lebanon is the guest of her sint MissVMa gie Smith of this place iMr Albert Blandford and wife were the plesantRaestsof Mr and Mrs EmaneIS nith the past week Misses Flora and Rnthie Wethington and Miss Maggie Smith spent pne day last week with KisT eresa Odsbourne Several from this place attended the funeraj of Miss Ella Os bourne at t3tRoseMonday- MisseeFlora andTXuthie Weth lugton were in Loretto Friday afternoon Messrs Carl Thompson and Charlie Stepheoson were the guests of Misses Maggie Smith and Catherine Gamble Sunday night Mr GoebeL Smith was the pleasant guest of Miss Prone y Riley Sunday evening Hamilton Smith the little son SmJthloth l the 8 1912 A precious one from us has gone voice we love still A place is vacant in his home Which never can be filled SfV w twr Noble Denmark Reg No 2640 Fo Jed 1906 handsome Chesnut 16 hands by Highlaid Denmark 736 First dam Kentucky Belle 8382 by Thortoif Star 1024 2d dam Lute by Art Rose 786 8d date by Mock Chief 4th dam Washington Denmark 64 No le Denmark though a young horse is rated with the best of Sires He is highly finished and a perfect saddle horse type He is said bywell known Judges such as Wm Kirby of Bowling Green G Shropshire of Winchester Roger LHlard and Elmer Railey to be a great type for a three gaited saddle tallion and is sure to breed that class of horses He was successfully shown by Mack Hughes last yearwas never outside the money and many times firstwas never defeated by at v Stallion in model ring His two seasons of colts show femakable uniformity His yearling and suckliiig won at Bardstown and Springfieldand in the sale ring have commanded good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both ides were championship saddle horses in Kentucky and Missouri His dam apd two of her colts were State Fair winners Consider his breed ing hips indivduallty his show ring qualities where will yqu go to find one his superior Noble Den mark yd make the season at J20 To Insure a Living Colt IAI4itrKN- OFFICIAL C LLI For Republican Convention of Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky Elizabetbtcwn a Ky Mar 7 1912 In obe ience to Iheofficial calls of the Republican National Com mittee and Republican State Central Committee uf Kentucky the Republican Committee of the Fourth Congressional Distaict of Kentucky now directs that a cpnventiqn of delegated repre sentativeS of the Republican perty of paid district be held at lElizab thjtown Ky aslloclock a m standard time on Tuesday April 9tb 1912 for the purpose of electing two delegates and two alternate delegates to the National Convention of the Repubv Mean paT y to be held id Cdica 3 Ills t Tuesday June 18th 12 and for the purpose of jminating one Presidential actor io be voted for at the ection to be held November 5 d12 and for the further pur jose of electing a member to epresen the Fourth Congres Repubncan1dtate Delegates to said Convention shall be elected by county mass conventionS to be held in the county 8eat in each county at 1 oclock standard time on Satur day April 6th191o One dele gate shall be elected for each 100 votes or traction thereof amount Ing to0or over cast for the Republican electors in such county at the Presidentiall election in 1008 In obedience to the above call and also n obedience to the call of the State central committee jis ordered that the Republicans OfI Washington county Ky meet in mass convention at the courthouse in Sprihgfiel1Ky at one oclock Ipm standard time on Hatnrdaj April 6th 1912 fun the purpose bf electing delegate to the District convention and felso for the purpose of electing de e gates to the Republican Stbte convention which meets in Louis ville Kyi April 101912 for the purpose pf electing delegates to the Republican National convention to be held io ChicagoIIll on June 181912 SaId Cjuny mass convention Tjyill also elect a precinct chair man for acts precinct in Wash ington county Ky to serve for four years W F IGRIGSBY Chairman Marshal Duncan Secy S 88 U8 m Red itr1 incheshibythe Ief stallionf int1handsomebroels horse either in harness or under the saddle LyleWipro suitor the world ever Red Bird Jr is by knewII he jy Cabells Lexington J 46 2d dam American Clay 34 3rd dam by brlio Chief 11 Red Bird Jr was sea ion at the Burksville and Columbia oIamII 6bothi saddle and harness sweepstakes He will serve mares at 12 To Insu f s r 1 I lJl will stand tpy same Jacks at 610 t insure a li rig colt Season is due when mares traded acted with offii 01 fBB LEACH AN 1rN1NNN1 SPRINQFIELD KY t lbNtrbNN NNNi1NNWN1 ttt Mol 0 Pearl 40394 1 IJayI jHj I Time of Service j IIIIure jj Bouncing Connaught 15272- I IMPORT 2D ENGLISH HACKNEY STALLION Will make the season of 1912 at the Fair Grounds Springfieldat i 151o Ins lie a Mare With Foal or 10 Cash i at Time of Service i Money due whe nare proves to be with foal or parted with This horse is six years d 16 hands high weigh 1400 llbs dark Chesnut j sorrel and star Is Id indisposition goes high extreme action and bred to a mare of any breed is sure to give size and action This horse has proven himself 1i be a sure and good breeder Your patronage solicited and appreciated 1 f A il O KIMBALL eWw v v wv W vv v vv v w w WVWWV WVW VW VV VVWV M WWWV San Breaker Ii 1 Will make the sason of 1912 at my farm 3 miles from Freder ckstown and six m is from Springfield t12 To says a Colt tooIStand and Suckt i iBreaker als 217 12 and 216 14 brown horse 1534 ISan 03 half brother to Meddle Connor trial jI ilkesJ f San Mateo 2f255 he by Simmons 2744 2952iij W lam Jennie L tr 21 12 by Nutbreaker 600 I iiGeorge due whenfcolt is foaled mare parted with or Fired else J A Hen retained on colts for service fee t 5 e Will also at same time and place stand the fine Jack iiI i overnor Macki fGovernofMc is flack Jack with white points lq hands inch iiand has at proven him 1It to be a sure foal getter He will make Ute iiseason 8 for a Horise Mule a Mare Mule j r 1 7ZO oni h w Notice All persons hav g claim against the estate of Richard For Margaret Parrott Ere request el to present the saq J proper adpministrators or Acnu ol d at his oftlce inl Spritffield Ky on or before May 1st 1912 John F and Ren R Simms Adm ntstratprs We can save you 21 per ce t on your Eastfr suit aid low cu 91013 S E Cant bell O ti8a a Sterifflss SaleForo Taxes t ofKentuckycountYforthei ofymy deputie will on MONDAY APRIL 22 1912 offer for sale at the Court House dcbr in Springfield Ky the property scribed below or so much thereofas will satisfy the tax and cost Springfield Precinct No 10 A house and lot bounded on North by Shcr1bman Martin eastttax and cost for the years 1910 and 1911ri00 S J ANDERSON S W C C C A TI T 4fi Pf 1 A1I f x xa TOBACCO FERTIZER t d rJI r Jiust IreCejV ed a fresh car load of Tobacco 6 t III tw p Fertilizer be stJ relndI use it on your plant 1 4a Jtiedsf as in ins r reklots of plants i1-j s t DoIt 1I a1 tIt J t 1f t t It t J 40 1 jir t McCLURE JIMA ES Jit 1J t i i1re T litb = jsTl t You Troubledd W Y OUr Have You Been D1Mt Do SPrinfieldj years upon ability to succeed I t where others have failed 1 I FOUR DAYS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 I THURSDAY APRIL 5 FRIDAY APRIL 6 SATURDAY APRIL 7 I SpringfieJdKyV f IIIIDrm R E tchard SPBOI M KefldaijIl I IIGIVeS A liGoldl ljj L L j Commencing ApliI 3 and continuing thr I DONT FAIL urday ApriI6 READ r THIS ughStIII- Day L tI J after day hundreds of satisfied customers are Sppreciating the giant strides that he eien taken in the last I fiaye by fakever in America for testing the eye I have revolutionized the optical business and am an EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST exclusively making the eye and its I needs Imyskillmy study I especially Invite those who have been Dru gists your eyes are Itoo precious to be examined by any except the most expert oIt cost pi more and will saye your bi hiBY MY M ETSODI releive all eye strain that causes Headache Dizziness Floating spots Nervousness sore and inflamed Cataract etc without drugs or pain All patients examined by electric skiascoP1rvealingth e slighest of refraction ad well as any diseased or abnormal condition bf the eye Glassee taale that will fit the difficult cases New lense put in your oMframe if desired SPECIAL ATTENTIO given to tOe relief o rrorsIInervous troubles Vhhh come from irritation of the vital nerve and brain centers cal ed from uncorrected strain where the wearing of the proper fitted glasses will releive the condition v I D not bo disapp m cdrif you cannot be wait d upon at the time yiu call tt I Sold By 500r Many l For Li1 I Free g Children s Eyes Elspecia V I g red For ly acd see my display I Tb are absyicte ly and are by fearsI s Alll standard IIf IGHAKD M KENDALL 0 I EYESIGHT I SPECIALIST I Springfield Ky heI Irt jAtHoube 1J am perm nently located When I a guarante it means something a low II speciallenses less than f of any other specialist If its possible to fit Your eyes can do it Lowest pr for Special Grouud BIF torIt SaSPECIAL O Shou d anyone needing glasses be unable to call at my office j I will call nt Four residence and fit yon properly ftl ave no agenisV- A LADY ii Ui 3t 1IfT VISITri t if Cunningham Duncan i and examine Stock Whitel Goods Sn 9 Ginghams1 Muslins ynclerwF 1 wear Gloves Hosieh II IICARtETS AND RUGS I most complete stock Carpets andRugs1 9x12 in Axministers Velvets Tapestry Crete and Angora ranging in from 8 to 2500 Axmini ter Velvet Tapes try and Ingrain China Jap and Fibre Mat rings e 1 II i l j Hillsboro Mr ErastusPerkicsand farm spent part of last week will Mr Join ArmtroMgi Mr Harry Qhesherjaiidfnroih have moved nto tbe house Frank Yancy Mr Fitz Godbr had futni s spent Saturday and wt her father Office rI Mrs Searcy Home Street ll SIGJ li Wednesday TO Aagans Consultation Notice Maiiufncinrer guaranted I 0fjffice I Boarding ATTENDANT osiSTORE Goods Wash Ve Rugs price Carpets 500 PAIR LACE CIkiAI S i45c 500 rtCurtain Nets find Draperib Curtain Roles and Cet ae s- R s I10000 Rolls Wall Pape tFrom 4c to 25c II IIWe will take pleasure showing goods always assuring you the most complete stocksand lowest pricj Ii Cun 1nghamD uncaC with Sundry Mrs Samuel r soert Tuesda with Mrs E Shields Mrs Crow and family spent Sunday afternoon with Mr Armstrong tMr Clarence Derrlncer and Keeliig surprised their many friends by drivtttli1to J A ims on last bonday rind wore married o wish them a long and happy lire t at Call 1 frames Gut Filled not plate o wear style frames 1 j giveyou Irmake price Lenses S r their y to a 7 in Conit Jqho John Rena Rev- ethel j vwtttbss ofa newspaper printed eut wet a boy soma terjor9 twelve years of acf came late the oifce and with grin on hiis face ltaqulred at1Iut ps j perq po aria to toe espy iacedunt of the man tbatkau4e4a slur dared tii Deltvaar Kt wai an wered p the fllraatlT wei e IseamHt i 1e I UBC Well tkafi m1 O4 aft ft wait to read aMltl ktm- Herkli rI d a ri t t rDR IUT BURTON 11 3CNT DENTIST t tTEETH EXTRActED AHTHQUT PAINI f ffIi 4 xWiOBtfagai Block Upstairs All SPRINGFIELD Dental Work KY Strictly I I kFirstclass jc JJRtf J C MUDD y Pbjbiciai in44 Surgeon cr i Office fhours8 to 9 atoi Ito2pm Offices oVer Haydons Drugstor t y WFGR1GSBY J ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples iJnk- rtr j It MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drue 103rim to 12 m 4 l05 ptr f J lie1 i JOUNtMAYfSI t FUNERAL uiHtCtflRj us AND LICENSED Eimue TELEPHONEIiselDAY 19 NIQHT 74 bq tx SPRISSF1ELD KI ORc W F IJUSflki PRACTICAL DENTISTV Pental workatreasonable prices U work gparanteeds pe SPRINGFIELD KY eg RailroadlSchedule 1 following is the time schedule now iin effect on tco Bardslown Itahen and Springfield branch railroatJ 1 Mo 41Leaves Louisville JH k 430 P mj Bardstown Jut ctio 522 p m Bardstown 6C6 p m for arrives at Springfield 055 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield t r 600 am Bardstownj 645 a mv I 5 Bardbtown Junction 730 a roJJ afives at Louisville 820 a in urns No 4SLeaves Louisville i 72Oa wBardstown Junction 1 855 am Bardstown 1005a t j arrives at Springfield 1140 p two No 44Leaves Springfield a ltbl100 p m Bardstown 220 ptm Bdrdstown Junction 410 p rot arrives at Louisville 5 4o po n 1110 Kentiicky ton ursery Gooall Incorporated see Landscape Work Oar Specialty G Shade Ornamental arid vjt Fruit Trees Shrubs HtE e rind Fldwrs Nursery located oh vBard w will Road hear Louisville lWaite frcatalog See j c ol hrH itle n tnd pin Local Represetjjtive IhorQ 4 viiitiand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants Grape AsparagusVines Jl Rhubarb Roses Peonies his v old a id Phlox i EYerjtMnfit For Orchard Lawn 3 and Garden J H Free Qolalo i No kgetjts r II1r HilcDilltVert SonsS T Lexingtonj Ky IffWN mod fii rolrt7a ilniti t3t7 Local Happenings er lateral The Freshest Latest i All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances JFOR SALE200 squares off Asphalt Ready Rbbfipg C p Price Ftm SALEBlack Seed pets BarberIThe best valuegjiiUobaccocanI t Vjass at Cunningham Duncan and Vhartori l t IFOR SALE =One god family riiare and One good work horse DerringerAvery separate skirts just in at Mrs illiamS Strayed from my farm near Fenwick 1 black male hog 140 OnndsoSE Shewmaker Womens tailored suits aQdJ oaks at cost at Cunningham uncap and Wh irton I Our new millinery is here and ready for you Come in and see Mrs Williams if you haven bought your oats see ours you j tt BD LAKE CO J FOR SALE lo pair coming year old mules good ones any nd team you want 0 L Brady ct FOR SALE 7Good cedar poststt Apply to JOS A RYAN t Spnng ldKy R R 5 ty Iidiah Runner Duck Eggs 1 r selling of pure white train Miss Lida GrundyI 1FOR SAL10 pair 2yearold f mare mules Will sell in pairs if bt onceQWanted to farm sell or trade other stool 1 Black Jack 15 blinds high by Old Clark JF KEENS R If D 5 New carpets mattings linole oil cloth llace curtains and window shades at Uuriningbjro Duncan and Wharton Dont forget we handle the best line of corsets in town C B and Kiabo new spring styles are here Mrs Williams Cunningham Duncan Wthar have justopened up a most attractive line oil wall paper m the new combinations r When you need coal or lumber he BIG FOUR Old Kent vin Bob and Peg r YK MARKS SONS FOR SALE A team of coming prosent tcwork anywhere Spaldnig Clements S C Buff Orpington cpckrels hens SlOO cacti S 0 Or ton and S C BrbVjn Leg eggs i 100 lor 15 WlIdii Mallard dnck eggs 100 for 15 MRS B JJ hITS Y FOR SALEA black jjack with while p6ints15 hands high by R Durhams Clark jack and dam is Horace Litseys Black Hawk G W Fenwick A Springfield Ky rr4 L o S T Between T P OBry ions stable and the Graded School alap robe Finder will please have at this office and re ceive reward Q d I0p r I rN 1 i J I BBringtrI t d Will Jlarmst Bags and- I IJc Pay You CASHfi 41 jl MayesIII t1M Q D1iF r t mist before of 12 bv 0 TOPICS M MM FoR SAtE Rhode Island Red eggs 50 cqnts per settidg Mrs J W Tucker Marriagp license was leaned this week to Mr Clarence Derringer and Miss Rena Keeling FOR SAtEA good farm mare and an early mule colt Mare has been rjsbred Will sell worth the money P S Barber FOR SAtE Two Poland China boars large enough for service Also one 250 egg incubator good as new J George Lear FOR SALE A bay Stallion 16 hands bh Will seller trade oID L Mooreaville Humphrey Ky Rev Pqwhattan James of thevLBaptist hunch next Sunday rtorning and night The la Jies of the Presbyterian church will have their anrual Easter nale of cakes dressed hens and hams etc April 6 at courthouse LOST A gold watch between Bradforflsyille and Harding Chapel Sunday March 15thI Liberall reward will be paid for the ret rn to Ray Logsdon Springfield JKj FOR jLEHaVicg moved to IncubatorandtensionIoaki dining table Mrs W H Leachman CORRESPONDENCE CLUB Se Specialinducement pleaSendBox 293 Hickman Ky Oj QQ OQQQ Q1 th i and i I + Mrs Sam Tucker Springfield rlj has for sale pure bred S C R I ed eggs 50 cents yard 100 froni pen also one nice Indian Runjuer Drake will book orders now for day old chickens at 10 oflbReach C Ajntbony G undy colored died t at tils home 011 High Street yes t- Iter ay afteruoori Fe had been ill Only a few days and it was notj learned until yesterday that he had cerebo spinal meningitis Anthony wad well known around Springfield and his polite manner made him a favoaite some tirae past been onducting the Owl Restaurant in the Opera House building has sold biStt business to Mr Waggener who is at present conducting poul try business at the Springfield I ppultry house Mr Wag en ra father will conduct the busi Hess in the future s t Soih Leach man who haven n runningj a grocery business in the Best Thompson house tjave rented the building in whichI tote Owl Restaurant now is and will moye there April 1st This arm during the time they have teen in business have by their our ous treatment ofall drawn i to themselves a large trade The Uwl Restaurant w1l1J conducted in the insure in thef building where Sosh LeacbI inan noware- Uhele Charlie Oarrico a blghI ly respec old colored man died llast Friday near field Ee was very old and had nothing on which to liveand was wandering about from place to place Pe bad been urged tbJ go to the Poorhouse but here t b9 9 G S6 OOo i 1 piJJ I East r O i1ZiThursday April 4thl1 Showing al the latest ideas in trimme and tailored hats and altthings beautiful millinery 11- II WATI N SHADER II I fused On Friday alS ut noon he was found dead nea a fence he bad tried to climb v Burialt was at St Rose Saturday morn ugThemembers of thejU4 D 0 have for sale at the ed Cross Drug Store 100 post cards pf the battle of Shilo acre they ask their friendsto buy tl eye cards and use them on the 8 hand 7th of April Proceeds jrrom the sale to be used to builta monu ment in memory of le 10000 Confederates who feij at Shilo on these two days Monday was county court day lOwing to the illness c 1frsB L Litsey Judge Lit y was notable to be present a id Esquire John W Gordon pres ed Theret was little business in cart and lit did not take long t dispose of the docket There were quite a umber of the countys fine stal ons on ex hibition on the str ets in the afternoon orproP1ertv The Jim Young colored property near Texas was sfj d for 875 QQQ Q QQQQv y iInvitedtp v i- i1 APRIL 5th AND FRIDAY SATURDAY il MILLINERY DISPLI y i t MRS WILLIAMS j moaning fori l i e d fprioKc Recently there lias been muc- hblkand papersini funern1Irites fourteen ye ITA ago waters It L fresh in the of all th at the des ruc lion preipitatedhat the battle try of that war Remember thefMlineJt The recent raising of the Maine and its burial have Recalled the old tragedy and any hang connected with it is full of jftiterpst to every American heart The mystery of the Battlesh will be Dres tedin moving pictures at lite- Walnut Street jTheatrd tonigm and there wily be a lecture explaining the pli lures The entertainment is i no which should be seen by evlrbody as it is both eater tainijr gaad instructive New Thing The aY ricul rat exhibit ain which will arrive hereMonday Is something hewlio this line The train will ar iVb at 8 p m and remain 2 hour thus giving every one time to see the various ex hibit It i aIxpected that its large a crowd nIas if it were a circus train And it will truly q1a show train 1IFirst CameJ The first hi game of the season will be SchoolrIPark tiatur y when the team rom Campo Ilsville will cross bats with thef local High School team As is is the first game and both are ood teams a large number of trans will be in at ten ancn 0i School Improvement StateOrgamzer ment Leagu spent the past ten days in sccountyr organizing leagues and lectur ingat different t schoolhouea Sne was greeted with large audiences wherevershe went The lecture in the courthouse here Tuesday night was moderately well attended by those interested In school l improvement Mrv Weaver delivered a good talk which was well received She has many splendid Ideas as to school improvement and is doing much good work for the educa tional cause of the State 4 Fine Horses In County ludgel H Thurman has pur chased a very fine saddle stallion m Missouri The stallion will beat his stable during the coming season He is Rex Mon roe a half brother of Rx Pea vine and wasthe finest horse in Missouri Thurman Peters will stand him at 50 This horse is a greal addition to the county and we are glad td see him come Under New Management Washington Countys lemon summer resort Tatham Springs has hone under new management Mr Pnil Doard of Qar rodsburg has leased the place and will conduct it during the cowing summer Mr Board is a very courteous gentleman and those who hvebeen in the habit of going there in the past will trod the place conducted in an uptodtjte manner during the Coming season Tatham Springs iU 3 very popular place and the water in the artesian well tthere contains great medi anal qnaliiies r ComingDr r M Kendall the well Known eye sight specialist Will be in Springfield for four days next week He has engag ed the Parlors at Mrs Scarce n home for an office and invites all those for whom lie has made glasses on hjs previous trip to come in and see hurl whether they need anything or not Dr Kendall has just returned from Chicago alter an absence of stveral months which he spent at the Northern Illinois college aking uprsorae Post Graduate work on the eye To all who call to see him while in Springfield whether socially or on business they will be presented with two handsome little books one on diseases of the eve their care and euro and the other one on the subject of nature and health Dont forget the dates PERSUN LL Mr Mack Miller and Hubert Flmkle of Nelson County pent Monday with Mrs J SGlay brooke Mrs J L BarberMfnd Miss Marie Barber returned from Louisville Tuesday Mrs JJ S Clay brooke was n Louisville Tuesday tMiss Margaret Medley of Owensboro isvtbe guest ofw her sister Mrs W H Macauley Mrs 11J McCabe is visiting in Louisville this week Muod Mrs Neafe Boblitt and Mr Joe Shehan have gone to Indianapolis to make their future home Mrs Mary Phillips of Leban on was here Friday IMiss Grace Sutherland of Chaplin who has been visUing Miss Laura Shenanf has returned to her home IMiss Fanny McElroyand Miss Dollie Cregor and Mr J M yesJttMIss Elise Dnrrelt has return WlnerJl1theMr john 1N Tciwi1 who has been confined t16 hij home Ill i + liJiiI Something fae ForF r Ea ter1il1il ii- t Is what everyone u thinking of just no Jeasily find what you are looking for at THIS STORE where is being displayed one of the m ot 3 ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION J 0 of SPRING STYLES ever sMpwri M I v this city Wl I r4I I Our Ready to ffoar Deparintents 1 r are unusually wen supplied with all the 1 leadingstyles in Ladies Tailored Suits and Dresses Shirts Waists Muslin Underwear Silk and Satin Petticoats Auto Coats Cor r Hosiery Gloves and Neckwear 1 1sets eriss Wash Dresses from sol Ir w j Itii IJ 1r t t 1 Newest styles i in mens and boys suits hats ties col hosiery and gloves 11lars trouble to show goods 1 hereI = T L severall days is at his cflSce againMrs E C V Janes will leave Friday to visit Mr Arthur Vance at O Mrs Kate was In Louisville Monday Mrs Funny and Miss Nat cye Simms will be with Mrs Williams this season Marshal of touts ville is visiti g hiP parents this week Mr Alex of Meade county is the guest of relatives here Me Divid R Litsey who was called here on accouit of the illness of his mother has returu cd to Ft Whayne Indiana his mother now being on the road to recovery Mr Butler of New Hoppt Alabama is the guest of his daughter Mrs W D Mr AI Mudd is in this week Mr Lynne Bush who is teach iing school in Boone county visited his parents last week Mr F R Neale is ysiting relatives in this B Sloans Liniment is a remedy for penetrates and the pain bing necessary it on lightly Heres Proof I Iud hurt la the in San Fraaiuo m7wu hityya stmt r J tried klada dope Two 1 went a ttug tad Ot a try Thcfint application and wept for a tress I am wel- lFLsrcnaa SLOAN is t1ebest sore throat and spra Miss E RIll of Brookhrn writes Sloan Liniment Is for rbeunatttm I bare used ties of it gad It Is grand SeW by ail D Price 25c SOc acid j r y FUtLSTOCKJJ 1 I i t l 1 Large stock axdWIe dto Dr ss nd t J r IP rUs a Calli aS I TheRoberfs nClaybroEke COJJ1 INCORPORATED IL L Cincinnati Williams Blindford Thompson Montgomery Claybrooke Louisville Louisville w- eekRelieves rheumatism instantlyno 1IdllI 1penMktutal Copyricht Hart ScbaffiMr le Mat i i URE foinf to are how you look T this Spring jijlt as much as you 4 1tt cared and if we MyeJ8 IIt Cerbm LL everiCre p it r h HarfcchallnertI Ma t Clothes will do it the news styles for Spring are ready and thY rV more than readX theyre the smartest liveliest lot4f itylee you oversaw MW aew- ieflllr aad roats 1 t I SuitstiI8 End ulpi Overcoats IC5O arvdup a LIi L J hLVerr IIMRWaart 1Mf 11t t fr ll1 LlblaH 11 1 teleies IMeI i rid 1tiit Ih1u k A t 11 Un3 ltrh11Itllnl +trist lirW tl Ipwii If ire T Aa til et I ti wt hIiII1I iw II ws jJto Rte l srrierl Ihi but Yjr nLZPoitEk ft Y lMelfe ateayYit TTT r n7wT J w I w ir CjT runT MDOK aer nfcacr regretrnuy jkf T i er therebOUtmft4LfE-t gWtre a keep of comfort tome and the whisper on Yancys lips was wonji qderfully tender and wIstfuIjHe clojsedi tiikU eyes ad nresently lulled by thEII Gt ripple that bore them company Je11 Into a restful sleep Tile raft drifted on Into the days 4eat aBt when at last Yancy awn ke truto ted Henry and Kppe1 seat M WMe him each solacm him withf aU motet hand MnuKJavendlsn prd bringing Yancyfe breakfast tit iJa kr wake came Connie with the dbaby sad the three little brothers Vko wire to be accorded the cherj p tcked privilege of seeing tT poor ienj UeKuiH eat Cavendish presented r Mlf at tIe opening that did duty a 4oor asI ti11a looks like beln alive strang er commented gen1aUyjj t 1f f MYouall aint told yo ij ff eU IId YanCT 9tI Cayendlah Richard Keppel ayeadIk j haaame S Yancy- 1 Mr Cavendish exchanged glances nodotr7k r ilmpled chin the lady seemed to t eIltre soffle More extended contfdence pa kl part Ckllls and Fever seated k1af at tke foot of Yancys bed traBfer wkat rm agoln to tell you youll take as beln said man to maB ke began with the Impressive talr eton wkp kid a secret of great IjExpaeBt to Jmpart Ever hear tell I wof lords 1 i No Yancy was quick to notice theWfaces ofhi aew friends Ar you frer heard of royalty a eaaL Cayendlsh fixed the Invalids Swaaderlar glance F YonrneaikIngeTIido t v I Yaacy made a mighty mental effort p r Tkerrt them Bible Idngar he Ttatured at length Mr CAYendlsh shook his head lit BlMfeiijtfwcrrfl JclBga Are7OU tSM mUJar with any of the profane kings Mr Yancy 0 Well taking them as they come tkem Bible kings seemed to average I f pretty profane Yancy was disposed to defend this point You must a heard of the kings of r England Sko want any of yo folks In the war agin 11ni t Td pl14JBbf rgotwhy my daddy lit all tkroBgm the warV exclaimed Yaacy Tkt Cavendishes were Im lIleH1yreUevedIi j Now youall keep still said CaT ead1ib1 IWant Mr Yancy should get tile tia1Chl of this here t The varlj iousiiDrdera of royalty are kings dukes carls tad lords Earls Is the thinl from the top of the heap but lords Tj Ii54DIckIi aBearl l klawwlf cried Polly exultahtj J cavendlshJEt iS he waa fhol and some transient feeilBg of awe stamped Itself upon Stheir small faces as they ieVred the long and llmoer figure of their partttTkfs lure titles go to the eldest I He begins by beln st viscount coBtlBued Chills and Fever It was ray treat grandfather come over here from England His name was Rich ardKeppel Cavendish same as mine Is fle lived back yonder on the Caro p lisa coast and went to raisin tobact- co Ive heard my grandfather tell how hed heard folks say Jill father was always hlhtln In his licker that he was a heap better than be seemed and If people only kowed the truth about him theyd respect him mo and jkebby treat him better Well sir1 tte married and riz a family there wasr my grandfather and a passel or KlrbrAnd that crop of children was till only decent crop he ever riz My grandfather said he never ikaowed a man with the sake aver jtiem aIn labor as his father had polks fcut It down to laziness but they jmlajudged kiln as come out later yet 1eneTer let on t Then one day he got his hands orf4 a papa that had come acrost in a skip f orn England All at once he- Jit on something in the paper arid lib started up and let out a yell like hed jjbeea shot By gum the Earl ci iLambeth he says Imf took out to the nearest tavern and got bllln full Afterward he ehowed em the ppcr and they seen with their own eyes jwker RIcard Keppel Cavendish jEarlof Lambeth had died In London My great grandfather told em that t was his uncle that when he left home there was several cousInsbut tkeyd up and died so the title comaS 5to Wm He never done a lick of worU after thatS notandUslad the children and go back to Eng land and see the king aboutiny title L Dont you reckon hes got the nptioM rtbe Cavendishes has petered out T t I r1afio Yancy considered thl likely Tke furious shrieking of a steam 6 Vn witotla TimVa in nnmyjf hnm cr J 1 f TH tt Tr ti PRODIGAL JUDGEn jjyVAUGHAN KsTER Iausr7aYsirJAHzva c rkJ84JHrNII wAUrl wZucII fWd fled to the steering oar iCHAPTIR XIV r The Judgtf sees a Ghost if Charley Norton goodomces dld not endwnen liefha furnished Judge Price with a house for Betty required of him that he should supply that gentleman with legal business as 1Well it happened that Judge Price lie had been three dayst In Raleigh received a civil note from Mr Norton asking him to search tile title to a certain timber tract held by one Joseph CfuaToT The judgepow r fully excited told Mahaffy he wasbe lIngl IfThecommunication had been to s d the jJudge up the street to the court iouse- He wOuld show his ellen JJrat he could be punctual and painstaking Entering the court house he fputid imself In a narrow ball He entered the county clerks offlcfc He was al eady known to this official whose name was saul and he now greeted fclmA llittle matter of business brings me here sir began the judge with a meuowaccenis1I for my client Mr Norton Mr Saul scrambled up out of the depths of his chair and exerted self In the Judges behalf hlIIThtsls what you want sir Better take the ledger to the window the light in here aint much He drew Hit Face Went White Slipped From His FingersI theljudgej t itt IonIYouve set on the bench slrsug gested Mr Saul In one of the eastern counties but Inclination has never been toward he judiciary He was turning the lleaves of the ledger as he spoke ud deniy the movement rhlshand was arrested Found ItV asked Mr SauL But the Judge Ve1 him no answer he was staring down at the open pages of the book Found the entry re peated Mr Sau- lEhwhatj3 that No he peared to heltateiWho Is this man Quintard Hes the owner or a hundredthou sandacre tract In this and abutting counties sald Mr Saul Who has charge of the land Col nel Fentress he was old Gen eral Wares law partner Ive heard It was the general who got this man Quintard to make the investment but that was before my time The judge lapsed Into silence A Step sounded In the narrow hall An Instant later the door was pushed open and grateful for any interruption that would serve to take Mr Sauls attentign from himself the judge abruptly turned his back on the clerk and began to examine the hOWIeverthtob ofi1 heart and stntk back through Ibe yeqis o a day from which be reckoned fttte He turned slowjyvas Jn dread What lie saw was a man Merging on sixty lean and dark with thin shaven cheelcS of a bluish cast abovo the Jaw and a strongly aquiline pro file Long black locks swept time collar of his cgatif lle hls tan spare figure was habltecfin sleek broadcloth tqejudgeseemlthen bis fade went wl Uecarldth1f book slipped from his fingers toitie win dowlbdgea rf f c The stranger hist business concluded swung about on nls heel and QultCed the office Mr Saul bAn Jnl v 11 WOMENTAKEN3A Cmr J A MH caaaot understand the tenure and suffering many women endure MMiftMially If the majority of men suQcredos much painundendured with the wealrtguui sicknesses thrt mpst yroineia flo they would ask for IL i1 = sympathy and look for a quick cure y Mssy women have been saved from n life of mlsctY anducrfpgby tt1ng 4 lfeeriibC remedy Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrpflonai remedy which is safe tt le tHe M coatalning no narcotics alcohblorinjuwpus ngi dients It is on Si thlsfIlyeetra of roots made with pure glycerin and first given to the publio i f HMt set fp cialist In the diseases of womenDr R V Pierce of the it kyakds Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y HnssnEniEn cf Lincoln Neb 629 CSt MnssM tQIlPl lJI t pleauaso thatsomo- ttudwOrth of your rome1i IwasaJthlgir5raiu r uaIoroublisbut after tnkidg q I dis Favorite Prescription which I rrle to tlM ke foifluimnyself very much pruvch Mtrtkngthreo tholo bottles and using two boxes ot Dr Fletx LotdflThIICtS I found mysetfon tho road to recovery I was In poor health for live years but now I am cured I hope nil womVn suITerlng from female weataess will Ilvo PrIYicrcesiiavorlte tr scrIpt1on kjair trial Doctor PiercasP3cnnt Pellets regulate and Invigorate MoAMch liycjr and bojIc Sugarcoated tiny raaulci r l tr2 ffBtJ 1 i royrt J t PUBLIC LETTING j OF WORK ONj TURNPIKES The Fiscall Court of Washingtqti County KentucKy will on APRIL f1912At tiCourt House iin Springfield Ky receiv sealed bids for working and keeping in repair all the Turnpike Roads in Washington County for the year 1912 Bps must be made by the Section as hereinafter set out ana l all metal must be put upon such places and in such quanties as may be designated by the Road Superyisor Ovezseer and aU bids for Stone or Gravel must be made by the Perch and all stone used must be broAen Jso as to pass through a two inch me al ring and all Rtones must beJ measured after it is broken and before itjs put on the road 4rhei price per inch must include cost of gravel and j of stone and breaking and placing on the road ready for publict aveL and aU contracts must be completed before Novj It 1912 All contractors must give bond witfi good security witjIin Ten Days after the contract is awarded otherwise the will be secttionandbest bidder No money will be due nor will any be paM onjny contract until all of thework embraced in contract is completed The following is a description of the sections on which bids will be asked Seoll 5 mile From Chaplin River toPoliri She 24miles From Polin to dirt road near Rock Bridge Sec 34g miles From Mt Zion andMc oresyille pike Sec i 6 miles From Bridge near Maud 4o Lincoln Run pike Sec 2 710 miles From Bloomfield pike to Valley Hill pike Sec Smiles From Chaplin pike to Brush Grove See 2J miles From Brush Grove to Blac Jphnsons Store See 8 lJ miles From Polin Gt Han estys line tosI rSec 21 miles From Chaplin to Burns chool House See 10 2K miles From Burns Schoolouse to Black Johnsons Sec 12 miles From Long Lick Bridge o Junction near Toll House Sec 23 miles From Willisburg to Glen Creek BridgeISec 134 miles From White Oak to Dukljisville Road Sec 111 mile From Morgan Bros Store toj Sulphur Creek ScC12 miles From Joe Dunn tbChapjin River v Sec 62 miles From Chaplin River toi Wm Ingram Sec Ij71t miles Frejn Gordons Ford to rathers Scales Sec 19 212 miles From Cross Roade ti Glens Creek Sec 293 miles From Reddicks- Lane tpJT J Millers Gate Sec 213 mites From T J Millers Gateto Magisterial District Line See 2245 miles From Magisterial LineIScales to Morgaas Stord Sec 43 miles From Sniders Scales Beaver Creek Sec 235 miles From Black Johnson to Fox Creek Pike Sec 273k miles From Yocums Branch o Mackville Sec ff2 miles From Wilbur Pet ers to Johnl Fosters acove njiS aesK was maKingan entry in one of Ids ledgers The Judge sbuf fled to his side Who was that man he asked thickly resting a shaking hand on the clerks armor ThatOb that was Colonel Yen tress I Just telling you about Has Ihe always lived here No he came into the county about ten yeas ago and bought a place called The Oaks Has hea family The Judge ap peared ito be having difficulty with his speech Not hat anybody knows of Some say hes a widower others again say hes an old bachelor but he dont say nothing The colonels got ills friends Jto be sure but he dont mix much with the real quality One or his particular intimates is a gentleman by jibe name of Murrell The jUdge Ive wet hfm7 he said briefly Actingj on a sudden Impulse the Judge uttered something shout re turning later and hastily quitted the office In the hall the Judges steps dragged and hisj head was bowed He was busy wi ii his memories Then pas slon shook him Damri himmay Godfor ever damn hjlmw he cried under his breath ma fierce whisper They finished supper the dishes were cleared away and the candles lighted when the Judge produced a mysterious leathercovered case This he opened and Mahaffy and Hannibal saw tharIt held a handsome pair orI dueling pistols fnlbal circling about the table In his excitement My tfimr lad they were purchased only a few hours ago said the Judge quietly is he began to load themI 4 g Norton had ridden down to Belle Plain ostensibly to view certain of those improvements that went so far toward smattering Tqm Wares ex istence SDo ycu think Belle Plain Is ever going to look ff It did CharleyTas we remember it when we were chil dren a ked Betty Why f course It is dear you are doing w nders Ware talked toward them ing dinec with Betty as r c HatI the day efdre he contented himself with iod In her direction His greeting tp Norton was a more am I und ritand youve a new overseer Then rou understand wrongiCar rlngtons my guest1said Norton Hes tailing of putting in a crop for himself ret season so hes willing to help j make mine Going to turn farmer is lie1 asked Wire SsJm iortnn was extreme rJTSec 282 miles k Creel- cBridgeto Texas and Mi ckville Pike ec292 14 mil From Lige Walkers to Mackville ike Sec 3O34 miles rom Mackville to Eli Salmons ISec Sl1 miles Tom Mackville to Mercer County Lin ISe 32354 miles jl rom Mackville to Perry Bakers Gate Sec 3331 miles from Mackville to Willisburg Pike le- I m Garys Sec 3442 miTe F m Lem Garys to Cardwell Sec 35 5 miles Fi m Cardwell to Bethel Church ISee 35 miles fr Mercer Coun ty Line to Fox Creek F ce Sec 373 34 miles From Glens Creek Ford to Mercer unty Line Sec 3S1 12 miles 1From Glens Creek to White Ok Sec 33 12 miles From Spring field to Pleasant R ii Sec 402 12 mil s rom Pleasant Run to Dr Hatchctts Sec 41k 12 miles rom Jacob Co canoughers barn to bi ge on Gravel Swltchpike I ice 42 312 miles rombridge on Gravel Switch pike to B yle county line Sec 43i 34 miles rom Perryvillev Pike to Marion county IeSec 411 mile FroEli Salmons to Mercer County LiW Sec 454 miles Fron Mackvile and Springfield Pit eto Per ville pike Sec 46312 miles j rom Pleasant Run Bridge to Marion nty LineISee 4i4 miles F m Perryville pike to Lige Walkers G eISec 84 12 miles From Spring field to Harrison Nalley Sec 494 12 miles rom Harrison Nalleys to Dan Rogers Branch Sec f5 mileg Ft Springfield to Kelleys Shop Sec 5132 miles rom Kelleys Shop to Long Lick BtidISec 52112 om Willisburg and Springfield Pikes to echlandi CN Supervisor 1 noddedI JudgeThan a 1bftIous m C I I 1thema hardship that Norton shortly took his leave issuing from the lani ho turned his Hoiwhen passing a turn tiijiibe road he found himself qpnfrocted by three men One of thorn seied his horse by the bit Norton hi not even a ish to say me We want your wort that youll keep away from Belle P aln Well you wont get Itrespond ed Norton In the same Instant co e of the men raised his fist and strt ftk the young planter In the hack of neck You curcrled Norton as ho wheeled on him Damn himlet hlm lave It It was midafternoon i the day fol lowing before hefty he ird of the at tack on Norton She rdered her hbrse saddled and was boon out on the river road with a room in her wake Betty never dfvrein until she reached Thicket P lot Aa she galloped into the yard nice Carring ton came from the home How is Mr NortonI she asked extending her hand The doctor says be be up and about inside of a week if youll wait Ill tell him you are her Carrlngton passed on Into the house He entered the room where Norton lay Miss Malroy Is here the said Betty7bless her jtear heart cried Charley weakly Just toss my clothes into the closet ind draw up a chair Them thank you Bruce let her come al rig In now And as Carrlngton quitiid the room Norton drew hImself up on the pit lows and faced the dpp This 1st worth several beatmnsBettyi heI exclaimed as she appeared gaveIhim but groaned with juie exertion Tnen he looked up Into er face and saw her eyes SWImming rlth tears Whattears and hwas much moved ui Its a perfect Betty paulfcd irresolutely Iel Yes dear utJJoutCant you be me No x But you dont try to biNo use in mt making ffany such foolish effort Id be doc med to failure pIS Goodby Charley I ileally must go ill He looked up yearningly Into her face and yielding to ailjjiudden Im pulse she stooped and kissed him on the forehead then she tfal from the room See 53134 miles From Beechland to Stigalls Lane sic fA 134 miles From Stigalls Lane to Brijlge East of Doc Reeds Sec 651 12 miles From Bridge East of DocReeds to Bloomfield Pike See 56h112 miles From Sales Ford Bridge to SoG Hardesty West Line Sec 573 miles From Lincoln lien Pike to Barber Clarkson Sec f3 miles From SprihgfieTd to Barber Clarksons Sec 6961 miles From Junction Springfield and ardstown Pikes to Tucker Bridge Sec 602 miles From Beechland and Lincoln Run pike to Sales Ford Bridge Sec 624 miles From Springfield and Lebanon pike near R A McElroys to St Rose and Lebanon pike Sec634 miles From Loretto pike near Cecilville to Marion County Line Sec 6412 miles From Bards town Pike to Wash Cecils BarnJSee 6412 miles From Cecils Barn to Bob Mclntires Sec 6434miles From Bob Mcln tires to Hardin Caeek Sec 654 miles From Loretto Pike to Beach Fork Manton Pike 1See 666 miles From Fredericks town tlo Bob Mclntires ISee 673 mttes From Bardstown- Pike to Bear Wallow Sec 681 12 miles From Freder ickstqwn to Croakes Station Sec 694 miles From Bardstown Pike to Valley Hill ISSpringfijldCreekICartwrightsCreec Sec 723 12 miles From Tick Creek to Springfield and Mackville Pike See 735 miles From Springfield PetersIFrom Oliver Sanders Gate toilercer County Lire WILmTT INow Springfield I ICHAPR XV IAt the Church Door found Betty at supper ITom were over to see Nortont werent you Bet How did you find him i iIThe doctor says ho will soon bo about again Betty I wish you wouldnt go there againthats a good girl be said tactfully and as he conceived It affectionately Betty glanced up quickly Why Tom why shouldnt go there It might set people gossiping IL reckon theres been pretty neai enough talk about you and Charley Norton The planters tone was con dilatory in the extreme be dared not risk a break by any open show or authority You neednt distress yourself Tom I dont know that I shall go there again said Betty IndifferentlyIe Thicket Point Charley Norton IA excited hobbled into the li in search of Carrington He found him reading by the open win dow Look here Bruce be cried itssettled shes going to marry me Cant you wish me joyt Carrington held out his hand You are not going to take any risks now you have too much to live for he said haltingly No Im to keep away from Belle Plain said Norton happily She in slats on that Everything is to be kept a secret until we are actually married its her wish Its to be soon then t Carrlngton asked still haltingly Very sopn CarrIpgtonthe window- I am going to stay here as long as you need me he presently said Miss Malroy asked me to and then I am going back to the river whew belong Betty ate supper with big Steve standing behind her chair and little Steve balancing himself ifrst on one foot and then on the other near the door The long French windows their curtains drawn stood open She wandered down to the terrace There was the sound of a step on the path Betty turned It was Carrington who stood before her his face1 haggard Without a word he stepped to her side and took her handsrather roughly What am I to do withoutyou his voice was almost a whisper What Is this thing you have done Betty l heart was beating with dull sickening throbs If you had only come she ionod Now t nti noinrto be narjt 1J J rled tomorrow i um to ut i the Spring Bank church at ten Ican I give you up he said his voice hoarse with emotion He put her from him almost roughly and lleading against the trunk of a tree Bettywatchedwretched silence Its goodby he muttered She went to him and as he bent above her slipped her arms about his neck Kiss meIt she breathed He kissed her hair her soft cheek then their lips metI5 I Another hot September sun was beatingupon the earth as Betty gal herrorseswhat his happiness had cost her Norton joined her before she had covered a third of the distance that separated the two plantations We are to go to the church Mr wlthjwith his wife and daughter who will be our witnesses dear Afterward Betty could remember standing before the church in the fierce morning light she heard Mr Bowens voice she heard Charleys voice she heard another voice her recognizedItIll tie the horses Betty said had reached the edge of the oaks when from the silent depths or the denser woods came the sharp re rCh sy Charley She Moaned pert of u rifle The shock of the bul let sent the young fellow staggering back among the mossy and myrtle J covered graves For a moment no one grasped what had happened only there was Norton who eeemed to grope strangely among the graves He had fallen now Even as the shadows deepened he was aware IIhImCharley Charjey she moaned slipping her arms about him and gathering him to her breast He looked up into her face asIknew you could come to medear whisperI pass through him He didnot speak again CHAPTER i XVI jThe Judge Offers a Reward The news of Charley Nprtons mur der spread quickly over the county For twoor three days bands of armed roadsIr Betts the sheriff authorities and his namely thoItIN No private citizen bad greater zeal than Judge Sloqum PrIJe1 One morning he found under his door a folded paper You talk too much Shut up or youll go where Norton went A few moments later he burst in on Mr Saul Glance at that my friend he cried as he tossed the pap r on the dftItI The Judge laughed decisively as he st bowed himself out bl Ho established himself in his of flee He had scarcely done so when Mr Belts knocked at the door The sheriff came direct from Mr Saul and arrived out of breath but the letter was not mentioned by the Judge He spoke of the crops the chance of rain and the Intricacies of county politics The sheriff withdrew mysti fled wondering why it was he hadJnot felt at liberty tot broach the soIjj Ject which was uppermost in hisImind His place was taken by Mr Pegloe and on the heels of the tavernkeeper Itcame Mr Bowen Judge Price rej celved thethwith condescension but back of the condescension wis an air of reserve that did not invite ques a tions The judge discussed the exten slon ot the national rotds with MicPegloe and the religion of the Per sinn fireworshipers with Mr Bowent he permlted never a pause and they retired as the sheriff had done with out sight of the letterhThe judges office became per afeetfluB and while ho overflowed withp hlghbred courtesy ho had never j seemed so unapproachable never soaremote from matters of local and conqtemporary interest j tWhyl terl demanded Mr Mahaffy when w they were alone Qant you see they are suffering for a sight of tU All In time Solomon He cubecameof reward for hInformationcovery of my anonymous correspond ent he at Ipngth observed with a finely casual fair s1f the Idea had qjustcobeenjThereJlJhatrySolomon this is no time for me to hang Sack I shall offer a reward fte thtiorIYes sir I shall make the figure combmensurate with the poignant grief Imn j0Thehithatl ra bait tackfti his anonymous comta H f Lc 7rr F lIiChildren Cry for FIfcher j Time Kind You Have Always Bought and which has feeen to use for over SO years has homo the rfsnoature of been made under InfancyAllorAU Counterfeits imitations and Just nsgood a re but Experiments that trifle with end endanger the he aith ol Infants and Children IJxpcrienco against Eispci Inlcnt What is CASfORIA-Oastorla Is n harmless substltutx for Castor OH aregone Drops and Soothing Syijups it is Pleasatttl It rsubstancet anti allays Fevcrishness It cprcs Diarrhoea anc Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Const patlon and Flatulency It assimilate the Food tcgula es tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Thcf Chlidren Panacea Tho JVjfothcrs Friend GENUINE CASTORIAI At AY5 Bears the Signature of ThMnd You Have Always BJJaghf In Use For Over 30 Year77 Af BmCCT tilT Dont SufferI UII had been troubled a little jfor nearly 7 years Writes Mrs L Fincher ln a letter Irony Peavy AIa1 butt l was not taken down until March v erII went to bed and had to have a doctor He did all ould for but Il ot no better I hurt all over and II could not rest Atlas t Wed Cardul and soon I began improve Now I am Very good health and able to do rrjy houseworki r I CardWi Is so successfur after The answer Is that Caipul tof scientific mgre iente r system It is a mdii ine only JItt builds and 4 CARDUIYU to health and hap iness ppcher did take CardtiL It it did for her t all hathnooa Medldne Co TOIL Home Treatment for Women teat eJ That question will be asked you daily by business men sefeHmj your f Bervicesif you qualifytake the ambition to rise I More JiANKERS Indbre Colleges thaiUndorse aUther busfttness colleges COMBINED 48 Colfeges in 18 States International reputation Banktar Trpewrltloc P nnunifclp English gpeHIdr Arithmetic letter Writhe frlitlLs FUKIfaBzUUrT brmncbei under reasonable condition i Bookkeeping Boodceeprs allover DmughonsIN Shorttian Draughon Colleges teach Why Because they know It Is the best D CQttmGENashriuorMemphiaGI Physicians Advise UOOJgesWr1t4lgestiollousnessskk yYELlS mumcuuon ou luo court nuubu uuur just below it was another sheet of paper covered with bold To Whom It May rlptIJudge Slocum Price assumbs tha the above was for him since bo found it under his office door on the morning of the twentyfifth Judge Price begs leave to state its his unqualified conviction that tho writer is a coward and a cur and ffers a reward of five thousand dollars for any information that will lead o his identification i 5 Tom Ware was seated alone oven is breakfast He had left Ills beds the palo morning light crept across I blStprldot tOJqpltJ the room to say was a IJeI ed note from Murrell When he was the piunter ordered his I orse IIPlainII breath His own inclination toward ll was never robust he could have qnlned over a long period of years j despoil Betty of her property but urder ana abduction was quite an i her thing Three miles from Belle Plain he en flredriver A growth of small Umber as standing along the waters edges ut alhe drew nearer those better ents which the resident of that nely spot had seen fit to make for s own convenience came under his rutiny t these consisted of a log hin no wial tofdL TQ H cfl4- and has IMS per tVs he me toi in all inst j4The IWomanlsToflic 5 strengthens At druggists gone JOBirI almost DraugbonTiainisgandshaw DRAUGHONS lome S tody Thousands allietuAio4iers tyokfoepetti and steiiog rkrsar 1 holding good position as tbe result o idyCATALOGUE lessons BY MAIL write JNO F Dasucuo4iPresident Nashville Tenn fatfreecat ologue on course AT COLLEGE write = r fthe 01 t intended LAXATIVEEE- fF LIVER SYRUP h = Ofreit The KHMjs ire lI WeikeiMi ij UnhealBy kidneys JfaKe DtM1WIt Weoic and unhealthy eninsiblefor much sirknesa best Sold oncdol llnr telling therefore if kidney trouble islttedtoCntlntlS qus re pults arc U05 likely to Yoxit other organs may need at tention but lyojur kidneys Jmost because I they do nlost andsshould have atientionl 4Ifirst Therefore When it oroertIfyon are tLk or feel b3d1t begia taking jhe great kidney vemd XDrKinicr SwampRoot A trill1jW4 con vmcc you of jThe mild anrimmedint Cl ot Swamp Root the great kidney nsi bladder remedy is soon realized It tands the highest because its remarkable health Jtestoring properties liav beenj i proven ifi thousands ot the most distress lax cases If you need a medicine YotJ should have the bydrnggist3 in fiftycent and 6 e4 You may Jbypaxnpltltt you j follow I iaWbOW to find put it you have kidu y or bladder trouble Mention this psper1 when wHting to Dr Kilmer itighanton 1N Y Dont make airj jttls takct but remember the name Sigjnp Root nail dont let a dealer sell you Jqmethidg in place of SwanIpRotiZ i yorx to ypa rill be distppoiMwl Oe Vitfp Kidney tid IIi4i r Ui idIlFOR5ACKAC