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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vTT r1 rTw TJt I it- rI ETABLfSflED7JJ I NE1tS=LtEi4 1LF A t SJJBCRJR1JON SJJOA lEAR i if4 1 Lqu ifIr k Ik I J1 j MEW SEK1ESTVOL XIX NO I14 j1SPINGFIELD WASHINGQN COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 4 1912 oo f 3i II itSl II PER YFA i 1 WOOL WOOL I price ee for tieing Me for j I4IWOOLI4 pay you s i s d Co I l I bL t I 14 People Rule t tY- Says Roosevelt fi v Goatlnued from last week jBlbliejconslstency m cwgyntonfrusr =terpretatlon I should much like to know the exact distinction that is to be mne between what Mr Taft calls thefltful Impulse of n temporary ma- joritY when applied to a question Such as that I raise and any other questiontHemember that under my revleij ttTal Txf decision by popular vote amending or construing to that extent the constitution would certainly takejat Jeast two years from the time of the election of the legislature which passed the act Now oril four months elapse between the nomination and the election of a man as president to fill for tour years the most important of flee in the land In one of Mr Tafts speeches he speaks of the voice of the people as coming next to the voice ot G6d Apparently then the declslonJ Loftile people nbtfut the prcslde cy er four months deliberatibnv is to be treated as next to the voice of God but if after two years of sober thought they decide that women and children shall be protected in industry or men Iunderworkers compensated when they life or limb In the service of qtb loseIthen their decision forthwJth nsvblm and feverish and ble and an exercise ottbe grossest tyranny andthe laying of the ix to the fooVfof the offeedom pIsacted upon for thousands of yearsr abroad and which here in America has been acted upon sometimes openly 5ometimea secretlyfor forty years bj mafly men in public and iI private life and I din sorrjr to sdy by many judges a doctrine which has in tact tended to create a bulwark for privi lege a bulwark unjustly protecting special interests against the rights of the people aszt Xvhole This doctrjne la to me a ilreadful doctrine for its ef feet 4s and can only be td make the courts the shield Of privilege against popular rights Naturally every up prlvtfege t Is behind the shield of that doctrine that crooked clauses creep into laws that men of wealth control legislation Just Judges Safe Kemember I anr not discussing the recall of jJudges although wish It distinctly understood that the recall Is a mere piece of machinery to take the place of tbe unworkable impeachment which Mr Taft itj effect defends audI that If thedays of Mnynartl ever came back agqln in the state of New York I should favor IL I lhnve no wish tto come to it but our oppunents when they object to all efforts to securereal Justice from the courts are strengthen ing the bands of tthose wise demand the recall Inn great many states sentrecaUments promotions reappolntments fd reflections and this recall was through the turn of n thumbscrew nt the end of onions dlstnnco rod lnUbe bands of fcTrat Intorppts I bellpve thai a Just Judge would fepl far safer In tho bands of the people than In the bands of those Interests My rempjy Jx not tne resalt of a brnrystndy of ioh titu7lonnl Inw but of rctunl uud lung iinInned expcr 1flthp n of KovHhimpntnl ynttv t11lAgulpilldagnlu r 4ocialjUstlveJ have said to mo that the imost serious obstacles that they have encountered during the ninny years tbnttthey have ltti trying to save American women uud children from destruction In A merkan industry have beenthe cpurtsv That Is the judgm jpt- ot almost all the social workers know and of 4of ink of perish priests and clergymen and of every esecutlve and legislator who has been seriously aff tempting tto ue government as an ngency for social au4l Industrial better mgnt Whatt Is the result of this sys tern of Judicial nulliflcaton It wis accurately stated by ths court of ap peals of New York In tie employers liability case where It was calmly und 4udIcIaIl declared that the peiiplj ua dAr our roimbUcan government ure lw tree te correct the evils that oppcesa them than are the people of the mon rcbJeS of Europe To niqruasi with vision fp any man with broad and real socUl sympathies to any man who bei Uevea witH Jill hIs heart in this great aeabcr tie republic of ours such n condition Is intolerable It is not gov era ntbv the people but nyire akam n uipeople is constantly defeated It Is dyIn majority people have decided upon a remedy for an evil from which they suffer and have chosen u legislature and executive pledged to embody that remedy In law and the low has been finally passed andinpprpvjed I regard it as monstrous that a bench of Judges shall then soy to the people Tou must t begin all over ogalk First amend your constitution t which will take four years second secur the passage of a new law which will take two years more i theJtake no human being bpows how long i fourth submit the whole matter ove again to the very same judges who have rendered the decision to which you object Then fif your patience h olds out and you finally prevail the will of the majority of the people may lh ave its way Such a system is not popular government but a were mock eryiof popular government People Will Define Liberty The decisions of which we complain are as a rule based upon the constitu tional provision that no person shall propertyIWlthoq ife liberty and property used in the constitutions of the English speaking peoples since Megan Charta Until within the last sixty years theyj were treated as Imvhig specific mean hiigproperty meant tangible prop erty liberty meant freedom frojii j personal restraint or in other words f ropi imprisonment in its largest den hltjon About 1870our court began to attach to these terns new meanings tow property bps come to mean every right of value which a person could enjoy and liberty tins been made to include the right to make ttracts AH a result when the state jlimits the hours for which women may jnbor IIt is told by the courts that this iJaw deprives them of their liberty and when it restricts Use manufacture tobacco Iii a tenement Jt is told thatt the Irfw deprives the landlord of his property Now I do not believe that any people and especially our tree American people willl long con sballbedJudgeEvery r itself in the course of Its development Task Is to Strive For Justice Friends Our task as Americans is to strive for social and industrial justice achieved through the genuine rule of tue people This is our end our pur pose The methods for achieving the end are merely expedients to be finally accepted or rejected according nsj netu al experience shows that theywdrK well or ill But in our hearts we must have this lofty purpose and we must strive for It In all earnestness and siu eerily or our work will come to noth- Ing In order to succeed we need lead ers of inspired idealism leaders to whom are granted great visions who dream greatly and strive to wake their dreams come true who can kindle the people with the fire from their own burning souls The leader for the time anIbroken and then tobe cast aside and If he Is worth his salt he will care no more when he is broken than a soldier cares when he is sent where his life Is for felt in order that the victory may be won In the long Pght for rIghteous- ness the watchword for all of us is spend and be spent It is of little mat ter whether any one tuna falls or sue ceeds but tile cause shall not fall for It is the cause of mankind We here- In America hold in our hands the hops of the world the fate of the coming years and shame and disgrace will be ours if in our eyes tbe light of high resolve Is dimmed if we trail In the dusf the golden hopes nt men If on this new continent we merely build another country of great but unjustly divided material prosperity we shall have done nothing and we shall do as little if we merely set the greed of envy against the greed of arrogance and thereby destroy the material well beipg of all of us To turn this govern meat either Into government by plu tocracy or government by a mob would be tto repeat on a larger scale the lamentable failures of the world tbnt tyrOnnybyfor the role of the many In the Interest of nlrofpstor the rule of the many in a spirit of courage of common sense of high purpose abovenll In a spirit of kindly justice toward every man and every woman f GOOD STOCK Washington County Horse t Coming to the fmen Front Thuman Fetors Of Springfield KY Owners of Bourbons Best and hightr 1boat nt hve a bay walking mare that is simplythe idealllof perfection JIf there is a man anywbere th t appreciates more a sure enou hwalker for plantation and other business work than this writer his wife would have ufficient cause for divorce on the grounds that saddle horse had alienated aI husbands affections A trial in tlie saddle the other day convinc d me that I haves IdQm if ev r ridden a better one Her krees are as clean as wiresjcrockervan nO1waymuch as tip her toes This mare is a six year old blood bay with black points ard a real walking ypehan a ack that is right tclcarryall ihe weight you can put on it Judge T urman and Mrs Peters bah say that some one else must ow n her at air early d bateis never at work or at home ex cept for aeajls as he spends the rest of his ime on that good walking ma e IWaG1s ected citi ens and I will whis per for the benefit of maiden lladies ard I might mention de butantesa bachalor with a beautiful home has a daughter ol Rex Peavme out of J GoJdI dust mare itiat will be pizen iin the yearling class isshe keeps t a1bbestow his affections on is not lacking for attention you can rest assured This filly has the Peavine trot and action and is looking for a bigger town alll the W timeIa filly the same age by B hsI Leach mlm good horse Denmark at is some NobleI mare also and a great de f rivalry exists in the Neither clafm to be givingfamilyI fillifes any attention except wateP and jsheller but from the sleek coatsl seemingly well cared for manes and tailsit is hard 10 tell which one is the biggest I wont sa1 it for ofcours there are times for alfthings and any man who wouldnt draw on his iimagination just i little when singing th praises of a favorite horse oughtnt to own a good ore or fie a wife either CnarlieJGrundvs filly is thel one that wlas the big noise a4 Springfield and Bardstown last fall and had she been shown at other places she would have beenI jin the lithe light also Both of the fillius will be out this sea son and they bear close watchl ing Partners Home Journal Caught With The Bob e A iDill Edie the coored jiidlar andchair mender was arcbsted by night poJic mABrown Wednesday night last week for bootlefging4 In police court late the foil jwing afternoon he enteredaleaj of guifiy and was fined and costs Since that tithe ty hasp I has been mending the chairs the city hail and assisting in manufacturing little rooks iiut of big ones for use on thI city streets Edie has not figured j the learsbutwaicon stantly in troube Durin the ast few weeks he has made several tftps from dry t wet territory each time retitrning with a well filled baske He- had been getting off the trn at St Marys and walking pme but getting bilder Iast week he rode on to Lebanon only o be arrested by officer Brown Lebanon Falcon ilIeMr Will Berry who foaaerly Jived inthis city and is iw an L N fireman of iLi ianori Junction eloped with a Miss Swanner of that town to Oat- liatin T nnJthe first if the week where thy were mrriHd They returned to Lebano If unction tTuesday night and w e met byan immense crowd wliwith ells horns etc sereuaditl the young couple for several inurs Lebanon Pacoo Sues For Damagb F S McElroy and C Hill have each filed suit in the ircuit court against ihe L and- C O Railroads for 2 I dam ages for iinjuries alleged I have been sustained in the wre c near Theti i petltipns charge that the wreck was the result of care ssness daridf the defendents their gents servants and employees The nature of Mr McElrbys juries hSiinjuring plaintiffs leg an knee brushing plaintiff great mental and pliisical pain and iguish tandporary and pefmament iinjuries 7while7r Mr Pill are enumerate in the following manner sevc rely in juring bruising staining wrenching and mashing laintiff f causing great injury a rti suf feringto pjaiutiff in his ck andI In 4iis whole nervous system causing plaintiff great mental and physical pain undjiuguish and nervous shock accd ptnitid with serious injuries th rrsuit off which haye tot etiedand some permanent injurioc results will l emainLobano1 Enter 11prlse11II f Notice to Creditors jAllj against the estate of J Reed leceaspd will presetsame properly proven to thunder signed or his attorney J W Tjewison or before the ttst day May hH2110C J W Ti JOKER APOSTLE OF I SUNSHINE Fiddling Bob Taylor Passes to Great Beyond Washington March 31 Rob ert Love Taylor UnitEd Saes Senator from Tenneseei disd here to day unable to withstand tthe shock of an operation for gall stones performed lastI iTnursday Early this morning the Sen ator began to fail to respond to stimulants Mrs Taylor worn out by a day and night vgil had gone to her apartments At I3 foclockitor began to sulk so rapidly that she was sent for She was at tthe bedside when the end came at 940 oclock Piddling Bob Taylor so 1kno vn because he played his way into the hearts of his carryi1g his violin 1 audiences1b campaigned was Gi years old he belonged to an office holdin ifamily His father was a representative in Congress and Commissioner of Indian Affairs and an uncle was 4o the Con fed c jtratej Once Pension Agent at KnOx yille thrice Governor of Ten in essee fron 1887 to 1891 and 1897 to 1899 Senator Taylor iorced his way to the National House of Representa ives fromI lh Pgrcs4ionar Ji f to Congress and later his 1liatrother Alfred A vTa Tor whom he subsequently defeated for Governor Dauis Chatham Marriage Miss Mary B Davis ooeo f Harrodsburgs sweetest and most popularyounp ladies was mar ried at Lvxlngtoh last yednes ay afternbon to Dr A T Chatham of Clarkston Mo DrI Chatham is an old Mercer boy and a brother of Mr D B Chat am He has been quite success ful iu Iis new home and is president of the Farmers Banff ofi ClarUston They have left for their Missouri home where the best wishes follow themlfar rodsburg Leader 7jj Will Marry April havelbeenchurch for tho marriage of Miss pdooperplace on Wednesday April 17 Miss Hill is a daughter of COrn monwealths Attorney Cleici Bill while Mr Cotperis a SI of Samuel S Cooper Both are well known and popular young people Lebanon En erpnse Syray Yqur Fruit- I have on hand a large tug ber of Sprays for spraying fruit hrtreescompounds for killing ill insects which attack frnit tr esr Spray your fruit and resultswill justify you FOr your troublo AC KIM BALL OWE JAMES Will Lead Clark Forces In Bluegrass State Washington March 31 Con ferences between distinguished Kentucky Djraocruis in Wash ington today developed the ground work for a rom dable Champ Clark organization in the Bluegrass State in which the tbeIday will be powerful factors Mayor W 0 Head of Louis Ivme decred for the speaker rffor President Senatorelect Ollie M James will act as campaign chairman or the Clark forcesjA date close to June 15 isi favorea fjr the State convention Mayor Heafl arrived on ai morning train and found Sttef Chairman Henry R Prrvitsj t name on IU YVillard Hotg Jrej jiteri 1b CDDlrereneeCinirill and Mr James fty which Mayor Hed and Mr Prewitt went out tto the bpeak ers home where Mr Head pledged his earliest support Mr Prewitt being in VasUuj fIOO in his official capacryv and for the purpose of learning what date in Kentucky Uongressman prefer fur the Siate convention would not say publicly what as suraqce if any he gave the ipraker nor is Mr Cantrill readvgust jet to announce him self a Clark mun Nevertheless a prophesy that they will both be among ihe powerful members of the Clark organization in Ren ItuckyAnbe hazarded without great riskper 0 Unable to Count Beyond FourtPA close observer has definitely es tablfrbed the fact that magpies and rooks cannot count further than four rook never returns to its nest until IIIt is quite satisfied that there is no danger near When four hunters ess departed In succession from orI near by g cabin the rook would turn to Its nost after the last rejgone out of sight But whenever were more the bird lost count and re turned to its nest even while some were still in the hut IrAGk Stormed Gibraltar 1A modern Battle of Gibraltar took place in the old Moorish castle used IRS a civil prison between the mon reys that infest tho Rbck and prison warders One monkey theI choked Senior Wtfrden Cheehon to death and the simians finally drove their human foes Into the prison The monkeys have been conslderedalmost tame They are Barbary apes and are the only monkeys In Europe not in captivity ji r ChHds Timidity Averted Tragedy A Talfeneatta Victoria woman t after undressing her chlld in the kitchen one evening recently 4old the little girl to run upstairs to bed lates an Australian exchange The child whimpered and asked not to be sent upstairs without a light The mother after scolding the child for her foolish timidity got a light and accompanied her upstairs when she was horrified to find a large blacksnake curled up on tho pillow Telling the Banana A banana Is a hard thing for the greenhorn to buy right One way to tellls by the tip end Itlt is sweet ttio tip Is small and comes to a sharp point If there is an abundance of thick tough skin full of leatfiery fiber something Is wrong with tin banapa maybe it pas too much plan thin in it Avoid the banana with tho tip all spread out with too much knot cy szm at the enuNew YokPress ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro Economizes Butter hour Eggs makes fbeioodniore appetizing and wholesome adefrom OFFICIAL CALL For Republican Convention of Fourth Congrssional0 District of Kentucky I Elizabc ttc wn Ky1 Mar 7 1912 In obedience tj the official calls of the Republican National Com niittee and Republicani State CentraLCoinmittee uf Kentucky ihe Republican committe of the Fourth Congressional Distaict off Kentucky now directs hat a representatives n perty of said district be held at Elizabeth town Ky atllocjock a m standard time on Tuesday April 9th 1912 for the purpose of electing two delegates and two alternatedelegaies to thja Na PbIIwant91i and for the purpose of nominating one Presidential elector to be voted for at the election o beheld NoVemberS 1912 and for the further pur pose of electing a member toi represent the Fourth Congres i ional District on the State Central RepublJani tuckyr Delegates to said Convention massItbeFountyT oclock standard tjme on Satur dayApril 6tb 1912 One dele gate shall ibe elected for eacn lO 0 amounttlUgtot Republican electors in such county at the Presidentiali elec tiun in 1908 In obedience to the above canI and also in obedience to the call iof the State central committee 1i ordered that the Republicans of Washington county Ky meet mass contVentton at the COUll house in Springfield Ky at one oclock p m standard time on Saturday April GUi 1912for the purpose of electing delegates to JSOtforlea gite to the Republican convection which meesin Louis ville KvM April 10 1912 for the n II i i E tiTi till- IeIe II IJ I JOBA FERTILIZER Justreceiledif1 a fresh car load of TobaccoII Fertilizer tie sureand use iton your plant oi 1 beds as Jn I u insures lots of plantsb1i i i fff ffr 1 r t L i f r I a f7 jtl fi f McCllURE Vk 1 a MAVAES i L11e iI Lt rjF iJ1 1 Lir JjrcII t ii pnfposorof electing delegates tottbeRe National cgntefl Vr r ttoii to PUrl eld ia Chicago III on 1912 Saidcouniy mask conyehtTou will also elect a precinct bfiaic a II man ror e ich precincti in Wli J iqgnancoUnty Ky to serVevfoV j fjur years si WF GRIQSBY Chairman iMarshalDuncanSecysvJfi t ItCrosse JJeps with f wfi r If snvLightning Bug Rockport Kyj Joseph Rob inson a prominent farmer pf OHio county whc lives on thff Beaver dmpllie a fewInila j front Hartford believes he has slved a problem that will b9D everlasting benefit to beeTaisera ever Kentucky Ir Robinson claims to Lave succeeded laI crossing the bee with a lightaiBf buga feat hereto fore iinkiidwai jv For year Mr R9b nsonhasexJperioienlfed along this line bfifcV without any Visible sacces tUcr recently Tne balfbracd betare pequliarlooking intiet r neither rsembIing a bee t a jj hinine bug although ivifliKfat theytreseiible tha Ittir with the exceptioat6aj ttbe light shed by jhemfis of a much more brllliimtar rfcolor The farmer decl r lhitr I itttie light wilt enable thd IitUi r hustlers W work nightand day jtI 1rthereby producing amuch larger c 1 amount jof honey which will greaUy tncr seth prots of 71thdraisers Strange aSlrmqy fot seed t there is said to oe odft li ference in the tati of the honey J lmade byjthe new bees t 1 The feat off crossing the tT 1ikinds of insect life Js the thot J ttJrernarkabetn record and itisii perltipslthe first lime th tltdlHll 4 been done Hundredof pecipT thave visited Mr Robert cp Jntry borne to see thesttftBge l looking halfbreeds Afc night Mr Rob nsons bee yard rln1bles a miniture city lighttki with i1 JJ t ffe ectric 1 rti5S- heriffIs 1 S SaleJFFo5Ta11or t S f By vrte of tea due theStathe17 4fr1 Kentuclcyfand Washington coun for j e ears befowiT3ronesof J1YdeputfswHlon MONDAY 4PRII221912Ar i IItf offerfor sale at the Court House door In Springfield Kyf the property de 07 scribe Jij1QY Os l1tcJk f hIsIUittbetax deSpringfield Erecinct tfof 10 SaA60ua andJotbot1nd oNrii 11 itt4fWihsorMitchellWtjthe land man Martin south dada LewMet L NtJ tak Mi W lc yfiars 3910an4 1911 5 fp ocJ N SWsC 1 jt ti trt1 J 1 1N j 7 i d t 4111ersQns hayiiijifsclfiwi r61againatithe esTale of Efcfcar f i f 0edfI 1proven to thd 4si4rthinIattoraorW O tj all triia Spri If4 ir t fEy toh orijeforo iLky iJqbFad I3 F i1I t7Titv f 1 t T 4 j 1oo 4rN1 i- at ti IiitB D LAKE A v r TII1twsLADtR SPRIMGFIELD KV ayazT Juas JANES INK JOSCfiMUN- JMltoni nd PaWishpre 0r tima ftl floW come when 11 art toseIctrnn J wzo will H tire chief magistrate of the aataon for the next four years The choice of the Ke- jrabUoftns wil evidently lie be twi President Taft and The dor RoDeeyelt As to the Cattc party there are sev eral aapirants for the notnina Woodrow1Wilsoo 1q8tp Clrk and Oscar UDd r l wood Other gcod men have Lea mentioned lut it is apptfi Bt4that the four uientlcwed are practically the only ones in the rdiiins Of these we unhesita tiBffly a aythat our preference is l for Clajrk We are for him first btcftvae we believe that if alec e ated be would make a good Presi peoplelIftfnr llftllia11JprnBg frota the common people ad whose elevation to the high position he now occupies has sot Lads him any less their frieNd bat has placed him in a positfon to be a protector of tlIr rights Feis broad mind jr1 ed and za not a man ready to advocate every new fad orsiltv doctrine that comes along and the Interest of the whole peopU Wfftld be safe In his hands We i ire for him second becausewe believe that if nominated he will be elected He is a mm who daring a long life in the public service has made few mistakes an few political blunders In ttik respect be has the advan tage of his principal opponent Woodrow Wilson whose recent break with Col Harvey and Hetiry Watterson plainly demon strates that he is not the man to be Bominated While it iia true he lte a good man aud an able man yet we believe his rashness I in throwing down his friends would be his undoing and since be nas made his unfortunate baeak he would ootjreceive the enthusiastic support of these two mra and the papers they repre Mnt ani their support is some thing in a presidential fight not tot lightly considered Hart motris a good man a man who lsjgovernor of bis state Ohio his t4s aspledicl record and I a man whp w belieye to be witt oat s political stain and a man whom we could support heartily jet it la not expedient that be should be the nominee for while Wm Jennings Bryan is no Jon gerit candidate yet his influence aisd the influence of his friends is so eihing to be reckoned with and Harmon Is not satisfactory to this element ofthe Demo f cratic party and it Isno time for Democrats to fight among tbeatselves Olarke would carl- ry all the strength that Harmon poftMMer and would at the same 4 Ime be satisfactory to the Bryan Aliment of the party As for Underwood be is a splendid man a4 hasP made a splendid Con greoian He would make a grst nominee and a great Pres ident but his boom for the office 4 has not been sufficiently launch ed toj attract serious considera tion fortSbeing for Clarke is becausehe is ooV only a Kentuckian but his early life was intimately associ j tedw Lh Wshiugton Couniy 4He was a pupil of Prof PranV Logsdon on8 the best teaqh erdWashiBgton County ever hid r1rirand was rFcboot Ate nf many of our own citizens so all things being equal ne should re dave the support of Washington countys delegation at the State Convention and we hope that the voters of Washington county will instruct for him As a candidate be possesses the strength of each and ill the other aspirants with tione of their weaknesses If nominated tie would win and when elected would make a great President Fenwick Mr and Mrs Jqe Polin and son visited Mr and MrsT R MMcAllister Sunday Miss Ethel Rogers visited her sister Mrs Bert Fenwick Satt urdav and Sunday1 Mrs Teresa Graves spent Sat urday with her daughter Mrs Clarence Graves Mr J R McAllister sold on county court day at Springfield liis fine horse better known as Silver Feel to Mr Scctt of near Hardesty He says it is the finest horse be has ever owned and he certainly ha owned sev eral He is considered one of the best horse masters in the county We failed to Jearn the price of Silver Heel but are sure iit was aisplendid one Mr and Mw Ren Powell were in Springfield Sunday Mrs 8 C Begley and son Steve visited Mr and Mrs John Horan at Lebanon Sdturd ay and SundayMrs Dan Rogers who has been quite sick we are glad to report is able to be out again Miss Ruse Adams closed her school Friday Mrs Lucy Anderson was the guest of Mr and Mrs R B Graves and family the latter part of the week Mrs Suda Hyatte who has been visiting Mrs George Ann Anderson for lhe last few bas returned to her weeksI Springfield Mr and Mrs Lon Barker and aon Thnrsby Mrs Georgann Anderson and daughter Miss deitie Mr and Mrs Will Bajker and family dined at the home of- Mrs Raids Barker Sunday Albert Masters and Edgar Bar ker visited Willisburg Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Nalley and family spent Sunday at Mack yille Mr Jacob Hyatte has La grippe Mr R E Shewmaker an4two daughters Misses Annie and Paancia visited at Willisburg Sunday Mrwand Mrs Lee Riley and daughter virgie Lee were the guess of Mrs Lula Wycoff Sun day afternoon Miss Leona Graves has re turned home from hersisters Mrs Bertha Lanham after slew weeks stay Mr and Mrs J ii S eeuey and grand daughter Gladys were at Macksville Sunday Mrs Will Raybourne and fam fly spent Mondav with her parents Mr and MrstJ D SweeneyEdgar Anderson bought of Harry Jones a horse price 110 Willie Fenwick sold to Sam Ash a horse price 112 In the District Court of the Uni I ted States for the Western District of Kentucky In the matt r of Albert S Bines bankrupt To the creditors of A S Hines Springfield Ky in the coun ty of Washington and district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 12th dav of April A D 1912 at 11 oclock am there will be a meeting of the creditors at the office of W F Grigsbf attorney of the abovenamed bankrupt at Springfield Ky in the county of Washington in said district to examine and pass upon thq fiaal report and account of Mar shallDuncan the trustee herein which was fled in the office of thenndersignedat Lebanon Ky in said district on the day of 19and show- sson hatld for distribution anti to transact such 9ther business as may properly come before said meeting Dated March 30th 1912 W F Grigsby Attorney for the Trus teea BEN SPALDING Referee in Bankruptcy CASTORIAI r r Imfcmts u4 CilHrea TkiKMYMtNanAlwaislweit t Bears the- Sipatate of I JTuJLong Lick The farmers arev very busy plowing and sowing tobac co bedsl II Earnest Milton spent Satur day niKjht and Sund iy with J O Mil1 on and family M14btumphal1d family of Sunny Side dined wiihST Stump andfamily Sunday MissHallio Isbaiu has return ed home after spending few days in Lebanon- T G Slumph and family were the gUstsof Mrs Mahala Hall and family Sunday Mrs Alfbrd Campbell and daughter Miss Sadie of Perr ville ajnd Mrs Mattie Hickeraon aud ehjldren spent Thursday and Friday with E C Milton and family H Jifl Stumph and family dined with CarterHall and fami ly SundayS spent Sunday with Marbu Lawrence Andy Smith was the guest of Boyd Brown Sunday Commissioners Salo Geo Wj Isham Plff Sweeney Brown etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1911 in the above styled cause for the sum of 37960 with interest at the rate of 6 p r centum per annum from the 6th day of April 1909 credited by 850 December 24 1909 2128Aprif 11 1910 17 Jan4 31 1912 until paid Ishall proceed tq offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 22 1912 at oclock p m or thereabout being County ICourt Day to the highest bid der at Public auction upon a credit of 112 months the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Kyon the Mack ville and Texas turnpike near Mack yule Ky containing 18 acres more or less This tract of land has a house and othr improvements on it Debt and interest to day of sale 295 62 Cost 5000 ITotMl amo nt to be raised 34562 For tie purchase price the purchaser- or purchasers with approved security- or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of u judgnient Bidders will be prepared- to comply promptly with these terms CF BOSLEY M C W C C Administrators SaleS O As Administrator of the estate of Elmer A Anderson deceased Iwillpn Saturday April 16 1912 DpginriiDg at 180 oclock p m at the old Anderson home place near I enwlck and 4 miles from Mack l11e Kydffer for sale to the highest bidder the following propeijty 1 bl ck 10 year old mare good harness mare arid safe driver not afraid of automobiles due to foal l yearling filly 1 two year old filly 1 three year od mare 1 rubber tire buggy and harness 1 sadde and bridle 1 good stove and ntjmefous other articles TERJMS All sums of 10 and undcr jcasn over that amount on a credit of six mOnths with note with good personal surety bearing six per cent from date IJ R ANDERSON Administrator Strong Tastes and Palates Fifteenth century Englishmen eel t Thetever In their food and apparently did not care for the more delicate fla vors that suit modern palates It is pointed out by a writer that storage eggs and renovated butter would have had a ready market with them Two TurkeyRaiting States Texas raises more turkeys than any other state perhaps because turkeys require plenty of room for range and Texas surely can give them that Little Rhode Island however Is said to produce the largest number of big turkeys some of them weighing 40 pounds and worth 40 cents for every pound The Grand Old Name All Englishmen disagree as to which of them are gentlemen the problem divides the whole nation Into embit tered Units It Is however generally conceded that no man Is a gentleman who has not had a remote an cestor who robbed the countryLdn- don Truth Drench Family of Five Generation At Grahvllle In France is a family now represented by lIve generations On January 21 last Georgette BUn was born Her mother is 18 years of age Mme BUns mother the childs7 grand mother Is 37 while the grandmothers mother is 58 and the mother of this lady lej nowlIn her 79th year Eyer Notice ItThe young woman who devotes her thoughts to higher criticism and logic and ethical culture is the one who gets thoroughly rested at a country club dance while the silly fluff brained girl with the contagidus gig gte Is the one who splits her waltzes Into tree parts I i- tist4 I finest young Stallions I Iyshinsfoni Bird i i il Harness and Saddle Horse season of 1912 at le low J I f To fifiso I sosore a Living GOtJtbeiithe farm of Hendren 1 12 miles west of Mackville on tta pike Wuhington county Ky WasHtngton Bid by the great Red Bird G Ist am Lady B by Washington Pce by Blood Chief Worlds champion show horse 2nd dam Mag Wil s by Young Jim 28Q9 sire of Wilkesberry sire of the dam of Dan Pa ch 155 on his dams sire this horse inherits the t I speedand endur e for which he is noted action speed beauty bone substance y th style and finish for which the C3bell Lexing tons are notedI ashington Bird is the sire of Maud Parker one of tHe finest yearl gs in the county Call and see her Washington 1 d blood bay black points 153 12 high weight 1145 lIbs big blac hane and tail which he carries right is sound in every way is a pifect model and can do more than any horse in Washington coun has the most beautiful hpad and ars to be seen ands very intelli ot He defeated everything in his class at the amongtheyou to see this no e before you breed Alsoat the me time and place LVERGANb i From the blood jf hampions Onward Silver 20514 Young Jim 2809 grand sire p Dan Patch 165 Silver Gapo is alight bay with star anditwo whit feet good mane and tail 152 hands high or more will weigh 1000 IB has speed style action and gives every promise of making a grea rotting horse with plenty of bone substance and finish will serv a few mares private contract For further formation call pne or address R P Hendren Son 1t t M POULTRY tTOf t Y POULTS Demands Strict Attention toI Details Al though Simple Ot ratIon By COOPER CO TICE The artificial or ntral brooding of poults although a omparatively simple operation dem ids strict atr tentlon to details and the most 1m portant phase In turk raising In asmuch as the first onth of the poults life is the ni 3t precarious period From that pet d onward all other dangers excepticl that of black head disease continue grow less If a hen is confine In a roomy covered pen and thefl ults are care fully yarded during ttti flrst month r Excellent Tpe she will barring the ra rages of blackhead disease raise 9V per cent of them If she allow to roam she may raise as many Int it will depend largely upon th sir fortuitous escape from water c d and animal foes Their survival hay also depend upon the indlvldi al character- Istics of the hen as i brooder and upon the care which 4 receives Poults Improperly bi ooded during the first week begin to die in the second They seem it this early age particularly subj to lung and abdominal troubles Overheating and chilling and rapid chiiges from hot to cool conditions aff0t them fatally The connection betwe the lungs and the abdominal air sat is such that both are affected by olds One of the most common resets of these In flammations is a susp aba of eating followed sby the absen of ingesta in the Intestine The consequence of this is that the whit material excreted by the kidneys becomes moro apparent and gives ri to the symptom called whiter dlarri ea While this Inflammation may or a ay not be due to a specific germ th disease is so readily prevented by roper temperature conditions dunn the llrst three weeks of the poults He that it matters little whether It germ disease or not The disease I on the same basis as pneumonia i human beings since germs in tmtse may cause the disease but they se n to get their first foothold by Inflt i imatlons pro duc dfu the tissues asa result of changes of temperatu WHITE WYANDOlfE IN FAVOR Fowls Are Docile Compared With Restless Leghorn an4 Do Klot Eat MoreLay Dun Molting For more than 30iisears I was in the poultry business 1 ntll last April when the last chick as sold and I took a threemonth vt cation But I missed my fowls so nuch that I decided that even If Iad to use a j fowlsjslon To say that I deUghted Is to put it mildly ThI are so docile LegbornI White WyaiCtte that ft la much less fork to keep them contented The Leghprnn never get over being frt mened when schoolboys racealontheir park4 They are iIn a panic ml ch of the tlmn wu rawl are not i iiL easily ruffled Even Trnue inornng they lay I cannot see that they eat a bit more than their nervous friends the Brown Leghorns IEggs and Cold Weather Plenty of eggs and cold weather dont generally go together but cold weather and highpriced eggs are warm companions FeedDOnt feed sprout ed oats cabbages turnips etc All help keep biddys singing voice In tune this time pf year I t QUICK WIT SAVED SOLDIER Ready Answer Pleased Napoleon and Disarmed Indignation of Man Whose Name He Assumed In the French campaign in Italy in winIthe laurels which subsequently so abundantly crowned his career a young Italian cavalry officer was taken prisoner Having serious donbts about- his safety it occurred to him to pretend he was a great personage So he promised rewards to his captors It they would Insure his good treatment adding confidentially that he was tho dyke of Mode a He was exceedingly well cared for and early next morn lag was called Before Napoleon who was somewhat puzzled at finding two dukes of Modena among his prisoners for the real duke was also a prisoner The real duke angrily asked his counterfeit by what authority he had as sumed the itle of duke of JJodena Tfie young omcer answered Your grace the peril of my sltua tlon yesterday was such that had I known a more Illustrloqs title I would not have assumed yours The reply so pleased both the duke and General Napoleon that he was for given his deceit Sympathize With the Child Never llaugh at your little ones confidences Sympathize with his plans no matter how wild they may seem If you think his imagination is carrying him too far administer a slight check by asking if such and such aplan seems the best thing to do It is to a gentle mother of this kind that the son will carry his hopes and fears when he is a man full mothers consider the real portance of having their childrens perfect confidence when they are young It means to them that they can feel perfect trust in their SOMand daughters when they are growh Iit means that the mother need not worry about where Tom is if ha is absent from the home for a few morrow because ho will tell her all abouthoursI The fact that a boy knows that his mother expects his confidence and that she places her trust in him will be his surest Incentive toward an upright honorable manhood Relieves Backache InstantlySloans Liniment is a remedy penetrates for and backache greatI the pain instantlyno rub layitIHeres Proof r hurllii the hoer War = year ago pliceIr cas wk aga 1uw tin ncnt Ina lot a txtic to The firatapplicatlon iu MlnUnt except fur a little nlmMtwell FLETCHER liUI SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy forIiheumatism neuralgia sore throat and sprainsIIE Rut of Brooklyn NY writes Sloans Liniment h the best for rheumatism I have used six botIties of it and It Is grand IfISold by all Dealers Price 25c 50cand100 t Sloan hook tform 1 Cattle Addttu lIo l andIII1 I 1 T i r SPECIALI I I WI I OFFERING1II I q I I 36 in Messaline Silks worth 150 27 in Messaline dilks I I5125I U 36 in Taffeta Silk IwQrffi 150 1001 in Mercerized Silks I127 SOc 35c and 9OcI 140125c Iljne s Wide Welt Peques 25 35c and 50c Fine sheer linen cases 15 t 50c IIr Fine sheer linen aislings 2oc lo 50c Linen Suitings 25c to 50c lOc to VVomens 16 button length Kid Gloves black and tan 350 Womens Kid Gloves black aud colors 100 to 110 Womens 16 button length andI 00 12 20c 35c ti180fl Q8 1950 Rugs i V Denmark Rei No 2640 1906 handsome Chesnut 16 hands by Highland Denmark 730 First dam Bell 3682 by Star 1024 2d dam Lillie by Art Rose 786 3d dam by Mock Chief 4th dam with the best of Sires He is highly finished and a perfect horse type He is said by well known Judges such as Wm Kirby of Bowling Green W G of Liflard and Elmer to be a great type for a three gaited saddle stallion and is sure to breed that class of horses He was shown by Mack Hughes last year was never outside the money and many times first was never defeated by a I Stallion in mqdel ring His two seasons of colts show remakable His yearling and suckling won at Bardstown and and in the sale ring have good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both sides were saddle horses in and Missouri His dam and twOTof her colts were Stajte Fair Consider his breed ing his his show ring qualities where will you fro to find one his superior Noble Den mark will make the seasonAt 20 To a Colt jj IIdea Exploded Lane Ado In the search for a cure for con sumption a Maryland physician thinks ho has found one In snake His procedure is to sterilize it and use It as an injection the poison immediate ly the bacilli to pro gram Our old Friend Colonel Mac ronl to vhoso memoirs we are Indebted wrote nearly a hundred years ago Naples like other places has Its old school in medicine According to tie olden viper broth iJ as most testoratlve and nutritious to and con Kumptlye persons Hence every shop is furnished with a large chest some scores of living vipers and of course therela such a trade as that of viper catchers need notlnfolm my Intelligent renders that the virtue viper broth exists alone in the or rather in the moldy writings of the bug since eparted His Definition- A southern congressman recently met for the first time in some years an aged darky who was formerly in the service During their converse the congressman learned the fact that his old servant had In his advanced age learned to read Well now Sam remarked the former master that makes things in teresting for you doesnt It You phould find pleasant In books and papers Yessnh oracularly assented old man Readln is shore a thing eab I has given de matter elderable cpnsideration sah an I is prepared tosaYI ah d jt readin Is de power of de eyesLlpIV Good Definition of Wit Wit la the power to say what everybody else was jubt going to have said if they had think of it Light of the Soul The light by wblch we aee this world comes out of the soul of the bserver Emerson Bad a bad temper it worse and pulling a log Is likely to fjxo hortnesB r ttWo ns gauge hose in b ack white and tan Sill Hose black Wbite and tau 50ctf Misses and hose blk white and tan 25cto LoseIWomens 0T Hose I i Rugs 35c to Velvet GarpRts 90e Axminister Uaroets China 12cto 35C Mattings to il Vx12 Vetvet ft 9x12 AxininislPr Rugs to2o 113x12 Rugs Axminister 2750 Foaled Kentucky Thortbp saddle Shropshire Winchester Roger Railey successfully uniformity Springfield commanded Kentucky winners Insure living poison killing according recommended debilitated apothecarys containing imaginations prescrlbers interesting pinjcotts happenedto Exercising makes 2 9 cl wEt Wotaerts Children Melilck jics 1 t 1001 f I 5pc iR I II 2I 11 EmbroiderLeI Embroidery Match seta IEmbroidery All Over 4000 Yards Dress Ginghams ISc PEr Yard 11 II Gloves I Carpets MailingS1 Mattings ilOilRugs13 Brussels 113x12 Noble ExercleI Embroidery Flouncing Ingramcirpets 500PAIR ILace Curtain1 10000 4Octo5 ROLLS I I Wall Paper 4cto20c I I unningliamDiincanCo 1 1iii VNoble championship indivduallty pharmacopoeia representatives companionship tbOI hearinVith mercerized Japanese 35C t4S1 i isi Red Bird J i riIiRe4 Bird Jfris rich broVn 15 hands 3 inches high weighs 1150 pound He is sired by theIfamous Old Red Bird and is known as the stallion 4armed two years ago by Thurman Peters and in their advertisement said He is a very handsome brown horse can do just a little mOrethan anybody else horse either in harness or under the saddle his dam is the great trotting bred mare by Lyle WtlKes son of George Wilkes the greatest ftrotting projenitor thewprld 4ver knew Red Bird Jr is by Red Bird htjby Joe Brown he by Cabells Lexington IstadanS byLyle Wilkes 4658 2d dam American Clay 84 3rd dam by brino Chief ll Red Bird Jr was shown season at the BurksTJille and Columbia fairs amIIwon both saddle and liarnesseweepstakes cwlllsr mare at 1I aJ2jTolnsure c i lI t 1 wib stand my same Jjicks at10 to insure a Hvingcolfc1 Season is due when mares traded off 0rparWI thI i B LEACHMAN I ISPRINGFIELD KY J Svai San Breaker j Will make the season of 1912 at my farm 3 miles from Freder ckstown and six miles from Springfield i12 To Ihsnre a Olrtots Stand and Suck rrSan Breaker Trials 21 12 14 brown horse 16 s4 hands high foaled l903 half br leddie Copn4 IISan Breaker js by San Mate o 21215 he by sri tri1709jjGeorge Wilkes 1st dam ennie Ltr 2115 12 by ut J heby Nutwpod 600 I t Money due when colt is foaled irare parted tritH or bred else where A lien retained on colta for s n icetfee e Will also at same time and placestandl the fine4nckz i f i fIoirnOr ack I GovernorMc is1tacJ JilC withwhi e point21hand8l1nIi r ii and has proven himself to be a surefoalj getter He will make the i season at f i I 8 for a Horse Mule and 10 for a Mare Mule I J WWllIet Sonr r I j i i Qx Sprtngfietd rt tty TailOfz i z I For adies and Gents Garments MADE TO MEASURE r i Dry Cleaning Dy ding Hats cleaned fancj reblocked and pressing of all kinds tI i f 44 i DR G1T BURTON tK 4pKNT DENTIST t JiIEXIR CYED WIT AIN i OMrxnVagaa Jftlqck up stain PXNGF 19LD KY- iAlt Dsat J rvStrictlateari r UrltclISI x am 1 of llIJID j kS1C1an andJ SSurgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am Tl to 2 pm O c over Haydons Dru stqr yFiGRlGSBYl ATTORNEY AT LAW CMe over Peoptes13ank iPRINOPIELD KV t DhMW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug I Ston Office hours Hyatt 1080 r I MH to 12 m 4tQ 5 pm JOHNYMAYES- FUlEk uiKECTORjJ JkllLICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 KYsPRfF TRUSTY IfENTIST I CDJOffice over Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices U work guaranteeda SPRINGFIELD KY r Railroad Scheduie Following is the time schedule now in effect on tio Bardstown r and Springfield branch railroad M641 Leaver Louisville at 4 Opm Bardstown Junction 522 p in Bardstown 506 pm rarrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield ijt 600 a m Bardstown 645 a m BardbtownJujjgtioh ii80am selves at LCuI ftlflle orTi No 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 a m Bardstown Junction y 855 am Bardstown 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p m Bardstown 220 p m Bttrdstown Junction 410 pm arriyes at Louisville 545 p n TM Kentucky a ursery CQi y Incorporated Landscape Work Our Specialty Shade Ornamental and Fruit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Fowtrsv r Nursery located on Bardstown Road near Louisvill- eWriteforcatalog Seer V Adolph flertlein Local Rei fe tentative Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Roses Peonies and Phlox b Eierjtliingt i gFor Orchard Lawn sand Garden FrceCatalog No Agents tit Hilerm Jar Sons Lejcington Ky afar r 11 TOWN =mnaw tlWiW O prom Local Happenings or Inters The Freshest and Latest Iii AilA IOU Yourself Friends11 and Acquaintances iI II FoR S LE200 squares x II Aephjalt Ready Rooting c LPrice Fok SALE One yearling mule L Turner Derringer Fo OatsIPIS Barben Th best values in tobacco canvass fat Cunningham and Wharton familymareHarry Derringer J Fo a SALERhode Island Red e gs50 cents per setting Mrs J W Tuck r St ayed from my farm near Pen ick1 black male hogJl40 lourids S E Shewmaker M and Mrs W A Tbcmpson are ejuicing over the arrival of a da ighter Womens tailored suits and cloaks at cost at Cunningham Duncan and Wharton Mr W N Stumph Rout No 3 has for sale fine white Pekin duck egg5 50 cents per setting of 13 you havent bought your IIf oats see ours before you B D LAKE Co FOR SAI E10 pair coming 8 year old mules good ones any kind of team yon want C K Brady FOR SALEGood cedar posts Apply to Jos A RYAN Springfield Ky R R 5 Indian Runner Duck Eggs 1 per setting of 12 pure white eg strain GrundyFO- R SALE10 pair 2y earold mare mules Will sell in pairs If taken bt once Goddard Grundv Mrs C L Brady r r 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 100 tor the first setting and 75 cents for second Wanted to farm sell or trade for other slock 1 Black Jack 15 hands bigh by01d Clark J F KEENE R b D7 5 FOR SALEA team of coming four year old mules well brokeI will work anywhere Spalding Clements p C Buff Orpington cockrel and hens 100 each S Oi Or pington and S C Brown Leg horn eggs 100 for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs flOO for 15 MRS tJL LITSEY FOR SALE A black jack with byJhis dam is bv Horace Litsey s old Black Hawk G W Fenwick Springfield Ky T r 4 LOST Between T P OBryiuns stable and the Graded rchobl a lap robe Finder will please leave at this offiie and re ceive reward FOR SALEA good farm mare ifndan early mule colt Mare has been rebred Will sell worth the money P S Barber The ladies of the Presbyterian church will have their anrua Easter sale of cakes dressed hens and hams etc April 6 at courthouse I ii4oii11 I I 11Bring US YOUR WOOL 1 1WillFurnishaagsand 1 I McCluFe IC MatsY i jl 1 1 ri 4 toPI08j- J FOR SALEfThree good woe horses IT P OBryat 1Mr Turner Derringer bilsfoi sale Barred P y moth eggs 50c per setting of 16 A full ling f Peruna chicken feed B D Lake Co nitndriving mare Safe foianybody to drive WG Grundy Remember f the opening datesiI April5ihand 6th I Mrs Williams Fox SATESingle Comb Rhode Island Red eggs at 5Uc per setting Mrsj Walter Lewis Miss Pearl Smothers Willis burg R F p No 1 has for sale Columbian Wyandott bs Call bypbonefMooresville ex change Tne firm of Sosb Leachman have moved to the Opera House building and the Owl Restaurant has moved to the building vacat ed by them FOR ShLE1 phaeton excel ent make and just as good as new Also desire to rent one good roomy carriage house Jylrs J W Lewis Rev W H At instead will preach at PleasantGrove church next Sunday morning nd evening All those interested n that church are requested te be present A full line of Peruna Chickenfeed makes hens lay and the lii tie chick odmalres the little chickens grpw If you havent seen the feed call in and see a sample B D LAKE Co MrSjvSami Tucker Springfield r r 1 has for sale pure bred SOl R I Red eggs 50 cents yard 100 from pen also one nice Indian Runner Dr ke will cook orders now for day old chickens at 10 cents each Also your choice of R I R C at50c and 75c achf c Rev Oster will preach at lreI Baptist church mxt Sunday morning and evening Rev OsI ter is considered one of the finest speakers in the Seminary Mondaywas something of a busy day in the Springfield Police court it being the regular April ti rag for the trial of lvilI cases and basides there were quite a number of criminal cases for charges of disorderly con duct in which fines from 250 to 50 were given The Fiscal Court has been in session for the past two days On Tuesday Mr W C McChord made a talk on theroad question as did alsp Mr J K Walls Fix hundred dollars was ap propriated for the building of a bridge oyer Hardins Creek and 500 to the mile was appropria ted for the building of a pike on the Knob Lick Road front Tim Town tojthe Marion county ine 1hecl roadIhaving Subscribed about 3000 The road is three miles long 6750 per mile was appropriated for dirtj roads All road work to be completed by November 1st Tjhe County Supervisor was directed to erect a bridge over themill race at VanArs dales Mill A Committee appoin ted to bonier with committees front Clarion and Nelson coun ties as to the erection of a bridge over Beech Ferkat Nail Ford t iFOR SALEI Four bautiful building lots For ttjr her information call on M K Robertson Notice The subscribers of the Kpo lick Road are required to meet at the office of T SVMayes on Saturday April 13 to appoint a building committee for said pfke Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Elmer A Anderson deceased wIn present same to me properly proven on- tt or beJTore Juno ls 1912 J F Anderson Administrator 0000 3 O Om ON i Your Are Cordially Invited JJ- I 1 fhJJ I APRILi5th AND lfl 11 MILLING iI DISPLAY MRS WILLIAMS fr t iNealeLitsey j Mr Charley Litsey and j Miss Mary Logan Neale surprisedII their many friends on last t Saturday morning by getting mar ried The ceremony was performed at the residence of Mrs Nannie Leachman at730o lock b fihyattendants were Mr Ed Li eyl t brother of the groom aildHMiss Jennie Leachman Immed tel following the ceremony thet left by the way of Lebanon for short bridal trp The bride Is a daughter of Mrs Nellie K Thurman and the late Wm Neale She is aver charming y Sung lady with many accomplishments and is aj octal favorite while the groom who is a son of Mr and Mrs A L Litsey is one of the cc fjhty s most worthy young men fee is upright and industrious oung man who stands high in ublic estimation Their many lends wish them much happlnesL Boyle Mr Wm BovJe died IJt Sts MirY and Elizabeth hJspital in Louisville Kentuck IBlast Sunday after an illness of cancer of tbeliverFi lived here up until abou one ytar ago when he became afmcteg with the i dangerous disease frwhich caused his death Hei JvasNcG years of age and was welj known too large number of pec pie 11 the county and was well liked The remains were brougl t here Sunday night and burial was in S Dominiesfemetery onday- He waa an uncle of Mrjj Henry Edelenj TatumMr Thos A Tathumj died at his home near Mooresv lie last Saturday from heart diseise from which ho had been a sufferer for some time past He was 63 besetknowncounty who was liked b alfwho knew him He was tbre times married his first wife beiug a Miss Brown toths u9on were born six children the following of whom survive Messf Howard Clifton and Sam Tatu and Mrs Sampson Reddcks of this couu ty and Mrs Nanni Barlow Nebraska His last vife who still survives was pr or to ter marrige Miss Jennie iav don Putieral services Vere con ducted at the Presbyterian church Monday by Re RE 0 Lawson and burial was in Cemetery Hill with Masonic honors Washburn f Mrs Martha Eden asbburn died at her horn neaK Pplin last Moqday of heart dUoase he was 80 year of age ad prior t her marriage wns a Miss Mc Grew She was bore and reared in Henry County Kentucky where she lived until ler marri age to Mr Ben F4 Washburn Eyes Examined FQ Glasses Drugs Used Why I Advertise I Believe that seventieths of all head aches have their origii in strain I visioq I know that rrectly fitte glasses will entirely ref ive the headaches by removing the use Scarce ly a day passes but I re jve some suf makinbt all sufferers should kuiw there is a remedy so simple that why I Adver tise On my last trip t Spring Gel r I fit 69 pair of glaa es in4 days and Have Not Had One Complaint iI DR R M JNDALL- bICENf ED Eye Sight peciallst Office at Mrs M L gsarcys resident e SPRINGPI D KY which occurred 55 years ago She was an exempir Christian woman beloved by aiferge cIrclei of friends I She is survived by hertras band and five children as followsJ Messrs J 8 aud Albert Wash barn of this codnfy Ambrose countyeand Mrs Win Tingle and Mrs Sam Tingle of Spencer county wereyconducted at GampjUround yes WolfeapeA SPON A L Dr J EL Pe kerand wife of Corbin visited Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson the first of the week Messrs J MSmittt and N G Marks were iti Louisville the jfiist of the week Mr Steve Noe of Lebanon was here Tuesday Mr B D Lake was in Louis ville Tuesday Mrs B L Litsev who has been quite seriously ill is now about recovered Mrs J Y Mayes and Mrs M C Mayes were in Louisville yesterday Messrs C A Green Robert Noe and Bryon Croake are speed the week at French Lick Springs KKV W H Williamsi returned to Glksgow vjBsterday after spending a few days here Mr Robert Maves has returned from Dauviile where he spent the winter as flpor manager of the Peoples Tobacpo Warehouse Mary13rucePerry ville Mrs John Tobin spent last AdaMooreMiss Elizabeth Kinkeadof Louisville arrived Sunday night and is with Mrs Williams Miss Eleanor Duncan spent Saturday in Louisville Mrs wlv S allard is the guest of her sisters here Miss Salhe Bodvne of Maud is the guest of Miss Una Arnold Miss Margaret Medley has returned to 0wens oro Mr R B Edelen and sons R H and Joseph of Louisville at tended the funeral of Mr Wm BoyleMrs Jessie Rapier of Bards town was here the first of the week Mrs WmEdc1I man of Bloom field was here Saturday Mr and Mrs J L Barber Mr and Mrs Ollie Barber and Barberoattended the funeral pf the infant child of Mr Kent Bardstown Monday Miss Mabel Price has accepted a position with Wathen Shader Quite a number of the young ladies from St Catharines are spending Easter at home Why Our Prices ArcThe Lowest vie have our own saw mills in the timber and planing mill in town and do our own work No TWisdW k MARKS SONS + Special Notice Mack Hendren Springfield Ky R R3 is in position to skill fully handleallclassesof horses My terms are reasonable and I guarantee satisfactioni If you are interested it wiilvpay you to see ine Mack Hendren One and a half miles west o Mackville on Springfield pike jj Our new millinery iis here an Il ready for you Comerin and ae ui Mrs Williams t i 1ns i r N- djrr1 SomethingS Sew FFor Easter rjI- s r ji 1 I i what everyone is thinking of just now You can r s easily find what you are looking for at THIS STORE p where is being displayed one of the msot ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION of SPRING STYLES ever shdwrf in this cityI rf 11 Our Ready to Wear Departments MII are l r r u iruuajly Me suppliedwith all the leading styles in Ladies TaUored Suits end Dresses Shirts Waists Muslin Underwear Silk and Satin Petticoats Auto Coats Cor 1tl 3 Hosiery Gloves and lNpckwewr IIlets up ns Wash Dresses from 50 ts7jfitli I Newest styles in metis and boys su tshals ties col R hosiery and gloves 1lars trouble to show goods I here INCORPORATED IcL1 GREAT CROWD Meets Agricultural Special At Depot Although the rain fell al moat all day iit looked like circus day in Springtieldj Monday It was Agricultural Special and the Agricultnrial Department bad truck the popular cnord when it took this plan of diss minat ing Agricultural knowledge The train is truly a Fair on wheels End all the exhibits are of great in ytv It has aillhe Farmers Institutes skinned a block because ills more attrac tive to the people for one thing and because it deserves to be more popular because of Its merit for another The train was a double header and contained eight coaches each one containing a separate department In each department were spe cimens used in connection with the talks by those in each depart ment The ladies department was much enjoyed by the many good ladies who took advantage everywhere indicateI that it has come to stay The expense of the new feature 10 not so great as might be imagined as the train is furnish ed by the Railroad Company fiee of charge to the State uev idea is a capital one and we think one of the best things of iits kind that has been inaugurated in the State as it brings the good work of the Agricultural Department closer to tile people IIA very attractive line of new separate skirts just in atMrs Williams Stimulate Children Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children He will prObably say Very very rarely Ask him how often he presaibcsatonicfor them wiM probably an swer44Veryvery frequently Then ask him about Ayers Sarsaparilla as a strong and Notfa drop Always keep ibex of Ayers Pills in the lieuse Jut sac pill at beklraeaexand- II eJli Hwyt se yettrOdor these pills Ask 1It1ltttll it Yi bew iJlLOOLoU c1 FULL STOCK 4 I1 Ladies and Children hou aiwiS i pert in all the newt ipcjnJiiiy tiU white Canvas and duck materials Hew IHanan and Crossett show ant oxfords fpr men 1Large1 ITeI RoberkonMCaybrdoeeGotJ LI I day ciallis The He years Copyright Hut Sfhaffhrr te Marx 11 IOUREgoingyour clothes buying youre going to ook rTbetter ttJ11 art SchaFtner 6c Marx r Cloth swilll doIt the newstyltsa crrsp rli a are ready and they re more thnsrsadY tc lrIlitheyre the smartest liveliest lot Of tylstycHJ 7 ever saw 1Newmodels in suits 4YMttftto 4 v J Suits 18 tndUp Overcoats I65O aindTUp s i- sCulluinbam Duilcall 4 C i i J Every Business Mam wJ Recogintzeathe im Poo ot eecYitdinws t telephone both local aid distance Itar Iaw J time and money U pexcelled telepiwie akvik s wlsc tM Ilines of the CumberIarid xele T LIS Wjdistance connections to all bflast iiMisRates reaspnable service the besta r J 1 fL4CU NA TELEPfONYlrk F TL GRA fl QOEtA r j 14 tMtot t J rt t I1 I f- r rt = yTTTEP F j 1ie PrthEga1 IEJud t ti1UIsiithU ft 3j Yvt Iwttr- L ffcijUsK l91LnaewWenW Camyuy JK a iSedUniT ne nmuu tonarc =cabft As he did so he saw two wom en yit work heckling faX under an opej shed They were the wife and Ii 4auhter cT George Hicks his over a ieeisbrother Ya JKornlQgf Mrs Hicks he said ad 554dreiIng himself to the mother a kulklaff ruffian of a woman Any ff body with the captali Colonel Fentressis He415zated the room where Murrell and FeaHeis were seated facing each L otbeacrosa the breakfast table what the devil do you want of me anyhow demanded the plat HfewB your sister Tom inquired Murrell z II reckon shes the way youd ex peot her to IjeJ Ware dropped his- voiced toa whisper I Jjokn youll ruin yourself with yodFNjamned crazy Infatuation It wagVPentress who spoke- N I wont colonel bat Im not loll to discuss that All I want Is ii fOr Tom to go to Memphis and stay tkerV for a couple of dayr When he cones back Belle Plain and its fig Igesvill be as good as his I am go he9 take the girl away from there tomlgkt HoW soon can you get away I froiijhere Tom he isked abruptly HB7 God I cant go too soonl cried the planter iggerlngto his feet He 1gaPentress hopeless beaten look Yogre my witness that first and last 4 Tet1 part 61 this T1 coloael shrugged his shoulders I Murrell reached out a hand and rest ed l1on Wares arm Keep your witsTom and within lij a 7rK people Will have forgotten all ts aboiitNorton and your sister I am Kolfctto give them something else to worry overt Ware Went from41e cabin boyariyou Namejthands on him Ilf send him either5f himrt him at any time you wait vlplenceCertainly I understand Which shall Id beup or down riven Cod you take care of hnf for jjj InquiredFentress I anywhereL lilarsUppedbyJdurreHI heard a shrill whistle It was twice repeated hesaw Jess go down to the landing again A halfhour lapsed and a man issued from the scattering growth of bushes that screenidtha rshiJ JiIThe newcomer crossed this clearing and entered the cabin He was a young fellow or twentyfour or live whose bronzed face wore a reckless expression- i Well captain whats dol ghES askedk anythings to be done now lj Sthe time Hues What have you to reportrSWell Ive see the council of each d startthisMurrell gave him a moment or i moody regard- Twice alreadyjlve named tile day SS and hour but nowl Im golng to put It through He set his teeth and jawStItJ i felloejawho haVe never been within live hun dred miles of you will be askng of each other whb John Murrelll Is t Murrell had ernpcted in nart wII L4tTiMZq 55r 1 I tt t fL- Moko i r1r14039a Ri tord 2281 triall 218 1 pireVi 4f M ir pJlS tolIntiure aLwing Co1torl 10 Cashat Time of Servicei ti I Moko 24457 f Brother to Bumps it 2olii-I Sire of 79 in 230 Including Brenda Yorke204Fereno 205 Native Belle f SilverSilkSusie N 3 2O934 Gthnoko 210 Also sire of the j dam of The Har vester201 t fsSIe l f HSDam of Moko Pearlt l 228 J 1 j due wnen colt is mare parted elsewhere W fiaca men ana mere ana lor an time but Hues possessed Qualities which might still be of use Hues you must start back across Tennessee Make It Sunday at mid night that s three days off Uncon Scl whisperSundayrepeatedHUesWhen you have passed the word Into middle Tennessee turn south and Newjrieanspush through as fast as you can Youll find mei there Ive a notion you and I will quit the country to gether j Quit the country Why captain whos talking of quitting the counj try You speak as though you were foo enough to think the niggers wouldj accomplish something said Murrell coolly There will be conjr fusion at first but there are enough white men In the southwest to nan dlea heap better organized insurrec tion than well able to set going Our fellows will have to use their heads as well as their hands or they are likely to belp the nigger swallow his medicine I look for nothing elset than considerable of a shakeup along the Mississippi what with lynchers and regulators a man will have to show a clean bill of health to be allowed to live no matter what his color Just being white wont help him any i 70 youre right It wont and again Hues gavoway to easy laughter When youve done your work you joinIfor myself Its my ambition to de stror the city Old Hickory saved And then its change your name and strike out for Texas with what youve picked up No It Isnt Ill have my choice or mena river full of ships Look here theres South America or some of those Islands in the gulf with a blackandtan population and a few white mongrels holding on to civiliza tion by their eyeteeth whats to hinder our setting up shop for our selves Two or three hundred Amer leans could walk off with an Island like Haytl for Instance and its block with niggers What wed done here would be just so much capital down there Wed make It a stamp ingground for the Clan In the next two years we could bring in a couple of thousand Americans and then wed be ready to take over their government whether they liked it or not and run It at a profit Wed put the niggers back in slavery where they belong and set them at work raising sugar and totiaccofot4elrown boss es j Man its the richest land in the world I tell you and the mountains are full of gold Hues had kindled with a ready en thusiasm while Murrell was speaking That right captain wed have a country and a flag of our own and I look at those free niggers as Just so much boot I shall take onjy picked men with me1 cant give ship room to any otherbut I want you Youll Join me iin New Orleans said Murrell When do you start south asked Hues QuicklyIUlnslde of two days Ive got some private business to settle before leave Ill hang round here thats attended to uniI i CHAPTER XVII The Judge Extends His Credit That afternoon Judge Price walked out to Belle Plain Splomon MahntTv 0 110w The Bod Kills Germs GnM tkatiet into the body are killcd In ttvo wayaby the white corpuscle elf the Uee4jMd by a termtilling substance thatns in the blood Just what this 4I mfcitmi 1we db not know The blood of a hcslthy person always has some I ff na kibg substance in Jt to ward oft the attack of disease The lpuntnin head tWe k the stomach A manwho ha i a weak and impaired stomach and who det 94 properly digest his food will spot find that lift blood has become weak j 0 ia f fiyTTTTrTTT said that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nour r4 g kW To pvt the body in healthy condition to feed the system on rich red blood 4r AtII1QW Nt lIoison from fun Lady nothic in the post forty years W excelled Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery a pure glycerio extract without alcohol of bloodroot golden- sealanllOregon grope root stone root mandrake an queens n otwith black chcrrybark dI ily husband wrs a sufferer from stomach trouble and Impnro blood vrlua Mis TAJIKS II MAKTIJ of Frank fort ICy Ilo b ul a soro on face that would form scab which would dry und drop off In about a month aInnotlrcr ttoald Immediately form It continued this way for a long time Ho tried every remedy that any ono would e 4 suggest but found no relief lie then tried Dr PlcrcesIGOlden tihasModJc leovery whlcttcomplotcly cured valuable medicine foclmpurltles of tlioblcodi Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and 1nyigonatD stomach liver unjLL Sugarcoated tnyj ranulcsJ J c tIeygp r Baron WHkes 4758 Jleccrdi18 Sire of 19 in 210 Sire bf152 in 230 Sire of dams of 189 1 Grand sire of 714 Queen Ethel fDarn ai in 28Q Gran darn of 2in 230 Thoma4O393I Sire of dam ofj j230 1 Isolenei fiDam bf Little Pearl 221 randdam ofMok P arr28W George Wilkes 519 tSireof 83iin 230 Sire of dams of 207 r 3516Qin23O Belle Pat heri Great brood mare Strathmore 408 Sire of 89 ip 230 Sire of dams of 2 Grandsire of 228 in 230 Princess Etheli Great broodmare Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 23Q Sire of dams of 15 Grandsire of 13 in 230 Heralga Dam8flsireP- lumatone 3269 of 5 in 230 ISire of dams of 4 Alice Loraine Grand dam of Little Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 228 Money foaled with or bred be sounds lc CIVUltyBettycape H0 had been conscious of the judges purpose from the moment It existed In the germ state and he had strlvlugIprofessed to discern beneath the hard crust that mate up he exteraIl man he was nt disposed to accept him as his mentor In nice matters of taste and gentlemanlY fueling He owed It to himself personally to tender his sympathy Miss Malroy must have heard something of the honorable part be had played surely she qpuld j thatIther actlviUes had threatened him She milsjt know too about that re ward of five thousand dollars Cer talnly hejr grief could not blind her to the fat that he hdd met the situ ation wltji a largeness of public spirit theIenmehe felt that his friend in seeking to keep him away from Belle Plain was standing squarely In his light He really cold not understand Solomon or his objections He pointed out that Norton had probably left a will ino onei knew yet probably his es tate would go to his Intended wifewhat mdre likely He understooa Norton had cousins somewhere In 4 middle TJennessee there was the at tractive possibility of extended litlga Lion Miss Malroy needed a strong clear brain to guide beast those dlfficultie his agile fancy assemWed In her pojth He beamed on Its friend with a wide sunny smile You mean she needs a lawyer Prjce nslnuated Mahaffy That lap at me Solomon Is unworthy or you Just name some one will you who has shown an interest comparable to mine I may say I have dev ted my entire energy to her affairs and with disinterestedness have made myself felt Will you mention wh0 else these cutthroats have tried to browbeat and frighten They know that my theories and conclu gotjfellow wll lose his nerve and ugh out for jthe tall timber and it will be just Judge Slocuin Price whos done the trickno one else IAre you looking for some one to take a pqt shot at you inquired Ma haffy sourly YourJremark uncovers my fondest hope Sojoraon rd give five years of my life jjiist to be shot atrthat would i round oijt tile episode of the letter nicely again the judge beamed on Mahaffy with that wide and sunny ri hisI you let the boy go alone Prlco suggested Mjihaffy He lacked that sense of sublime contt dlscreljtlontertalned never a doubt I sbal not obtrude myself Solo mon I sliall merely walk out to Belle Plain anti leave a civil message I1 know whats duo Miss Malroy In her bereaved state oho has sustained no ordinary loss and in no ordinary fashion jSho has been the center otj a striking and profoundly moving tragedy I would give a good deal to wll1Icynically Nothing like going to headquarters for the news Solompn Solomon give me credit for coraipon sense go further and give me Credit for common decency Dont let us forget that ever since we came hojrn she has manifested a charmingly hospitable spirit where weI are concerned j Wouldnt charity hit nearer the mark Prce I hayej never so regarded It Solomon said the judge mildly I have read a different meaning In the beef and flour land potatoes shessent here I expect if the truth could be known to us shet is wondering In the midst of her grief why J havent caUed but shell appreciate the considerate del icacy of a gentleman I wish it were possible to get cut flowers in this cussed wilderness The judga bad been Occupfed with a simple but ingenious toilet He IhM trimmed the frayed skirts of hiS coat then by turning his cuffs in V side out tnd upside down a freshsur face mad Jts first public appearJUlce hlsJtldlSicouragfu charajcter but with the contents of his Inkwell he artfully colored his white yam n socks whrq tj vAhowArt I I Hambletonianii DohlySp nker f Mam Patchenj 8 Sally Chorist- Harnbletonian Lady Walterm Volunteer 55 r Black Bees JRed Wilkes Lady Almont Hermes 548 Alga Harry Plummf 2976 Bernardsville Homer 1235 Pickaniriy nruugri iss io nt iudj icatner Tnis the judge did gaily no humming a spatch of song now listening civilly to Mahaffy qow replylQ with undis turbed cheerfulness lr st of all he clapped his dingy beaver on his heM jauntyIdoorI Im offcome Hannibal lsald At heart be cherished mall hope of seeing Betty advantages is as he felt an Interview might pro j However oh reaching Belle Plain he and Han nlbal Were shown Into cool parlor by little Steve It wa more years than the judge cared o remember since he had put his foij Inside such a house but with tru grandeur of soul be rose to the occasion a sublimated dignity short from every battered feature while i e fixed little s Steve with so fierce a gl mce that the grin froze on his lips You are to say that j udgelSlocum Prlce presents his com illments and condolences to Miss ilfalrOYhavcyou got that straight LittleIeasyir may also say that fudge Prices ward young Master Hat ird presents his compliments and condolences What more the judge m iht have said was Interrupted by tne entrance of Betty herself My dear young lady the judge bowed then he advance toward her with the solemnity or arrlago and countenance he deem suitable to the occasion and jher e tended band was engulfed between h two plump palms He rolled his yes heavenward Its the Lords t deal with us as his pwn Inscrutable wisdom die tates he murmured wi pious reslg natlonrVe are all p rer maam wereicadence of the judge Aeech felt sonorously on the sue e nd that look of horror which hac never quite left Bettys eyes slnci v they sawS Norton fall roiCharley out of their clear depths again Tf judge In stantly stricken with a ense of the inadequacy of his word doubled on his spiritual tracks tn a round about way maam were oupd to be lieve In the omnipresen e of Provi dence we must thbak t though a body might be disposed to hold that west Tennessee bad go out of theme of divine supervise n recently Let me lead you to a chilr maam Hannibal had slipped to Bettys side and placed his bana in hers The judge regarded the pal with great benevolence of expresslIHe would come and hadnt the heart to forbid it If I tn be of any service to you maam Ither in the I Since You mint Ma sMy Bestl Respects capacity of a frlend ot professional iyI trust you will nc hesitate toI command me The dge Backed toward the door prlcetfJasked erclsebut we wlllnQI detain ou1 maam the pleasure ofji eelng you is something we had not r ckoned on andliiithat Mahaffy might 4 ajf been thereto note the reserve an dignity of his deportment But you must let me order lunch eon for you said Bel ar At least I thls questionable old m in was good to Hannibal aII couldnt think of Iimaam b Tnull baa IAIUIIDA thA l 1 Bouncing Connaught 15272 IMPORTED ENGLISH HACKNEY STALLION a Will make the season of1912 at the Fair Ground Springfield Ky at f1 15 To Insurea Living Colt or 10 Cash at Time of Service Money due when Colt is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere This horse is six years old hands high weigh 1275 lbs dark Chesnut sorrel and star Is kind in d ition 1bredhas proven himself to be a sure and good breeder Your patronage11solicited and appreciated 4 f A 0 II 1BACLI Springfield KJy tturged Betty hospitably For the mo ment she had Ipst sight of what was clearly the judges besetting sin The judge paused abruptly He en dured a moment of agonizing irreso lutlon on the advicE of my physician i dare not touch wine gout maam doesItion and as a toniceither before meals immediately aLter metals or at any time between mealsalways keeping in mind the Idea of Its tonic properties The judge seemed to mellow and ripen This was much better than having the dogs sicked on you His manner toward Betfy be came almost fatherly Poor young thing so lonely and desolate In the niiclst of all this splendor he surreptitiously wiped away a tear and when little Steve presented himself and was told to bring wnlsky audibly smacked his lipsa whole lot better surely I am sorry you think you must hurry away Judge Price said Betty She still retained the small brown band Hannibal bad thrust Into hers Tho eastern mail gets in today maam and lf have reason to thinly my share of it will be especially heavy for it brings the bulk of my professional correspondence In ten years the judge had received just one communication by malla bill which had followed him through four states and seven counties I pect my secretary boldly Mxlng Solomon Mahaffys status Is already dipping In olt a excellent assist ant maam but literary rather than legal Little Steve reappeared bearing a silver tray on whim nasa decanter and giasSSince you Insist maam the judge poured himself a drink my best re spects he bowed prOfoundly If you are quite willing Judge think I will keep Hannibal Miss Bowen who has been hereainceher voice broke suddenly- II understand maam said the judge Boolblngly He gave her n glance of great concern and turned l er1lL send him to you when be is IILto go home I am thinking or visiting my friends in North Caro lina and should like Ho have him spend as much time as possible with me before start fpr the cast It hud occurred to Betty that she had done little or nothing for the child probably this would bo ner last opportunity The state of tho Judges feelli ss was such that with elaborate b senco of mind he poured himself a second drink of whisky an1l U at there should belo doubt the act ali one of Inadvertence said again ly best respects niaam and bowed as before Putting down the glass 10 backed toward the door I trust you will apt hesitate to call upon me if I can be of any use to you maam g message will bring me hero without a moments delay He was rather disappointed that ito alliiFion had been nihdo to his recent activities He reasoned correctly that Betty was as yet In lgnorance or tho somewhat dangerous eminence he had achieved as the chunpion of In and order However he reflected wiGs satisfaction that Hannibal in re mnlnlng would admirably serve his ends Betty Insisted that he should bo protestIngpoint and a few moments later rolled away from Belle Plain behind a pair of sleekcoated bays with a negro In livery on the box He was conscious of a great sense of exaltation Ho MahaffyIhis hopes had sustained when fatty spoke of returning to North Carolina nlgIhejclosed eyes- Twenty years In the wood If an hour he mu tert1Id like to have just such a taste in my mouth when I come to die and probably she has barrels ofit he sighed deeply ami searched his soul for words with which adequately to describe that whisky to Mahaffy But why not do more than paralyze Solomonthat would be pleasant but not especially profitable The judge prob1cmmakft some trlklrt r Henov r vn JS Aiairoys courtesy Ie knew that his credit was experiencing the pangs of an early mortality he was not sextet the yet for some days he had been sensible of the fact that what be called the commercial class was view Ing him with xrfen disfavor but ho must hang on in Ralojgh a little long erfor him It had become the abode of hope The judge considered the peopletrespect with which Miss Malroy treated him They were entering Raleigh now and Ijf ordered the coachman to pull t lu is down to a walk He had dIded to make use of the Belle Pain turnQut In creating an atmoa phere of confidence and trustespe daIly trust To this end he spent the bestpart of an hour Interviewing 1lls creditors It amounted almost to massmeeting the adult male pop1 ulatlon for he bad no favorites When he invaded virgin territory ho believed In starting the largest pos sible npmbcr of accounts without delay The advantage of his system he explained its workings to Mahaffy was that It bred a noble spirit of emu la Ion He let it be known t In general way that things were looking up with him just In what quarter he did not specify bnt there he was seated In the Belle Plain carriage and the in ference was unavoidable that Miss Malroy was to recognize his antlvltlos in a substantial manner Mahaffy loafing away the after noon In the ounty clerks office hoard of the judges return He heard that Charley Norton had left a will that Thicket Point went to Miss Mal roy that the Norton cousins In mid dIe Tennessee were going to putup- a fight that Judge Prljce had been retained as counsel by Miss Malroy that he was authorized to begin an Independent search for Charley Nor tons murderer and was to spare no expense that Judge Price was going to pay bis debts Mahaffy grinned at this and hurried home He could be hove all but the last that was the crpwnlng touch bf unreality The judge explained the situation 1wouldnt withhold hope from any map Solomon its the cheapest thing In the world and Urn one thing wo ar1 most miserly about extending to Yet Maam Why Mitt Betty Theyre Lovely Menl our fellows These people all feel betterand what did it cost me Just a little decent consideration Just the knowledge of what the unavoid able associations of ideas in their awn minds would dp for them What bad seemed the corpse of cred it breathed again and the judge and Mahaffy immediately embarked upon a characteristic celebration Early candlelight found them making a beginning midnight camethe gray and purple of dawn and they warp still at It back of closed doors ned shuttered windows CHAPTER XVIII Betty Leaves Belle Plain Hannibal bad devoted himself ally to the judges glorification and Betty heard all about the letter the snuffing of the candles and the reward of five thousand dollars It vastly increased the childs sense of lm portanco and satisfaction when be discovered she had known nothing or these matters until he told her of them Why where would judge Price get so much money Hannibal t she naked greatly astonished He wont have tu get ltv Miss Bet tv Mr Mabaffv bo dont r cknn T i tsi30 g Js ALCOllOL3pEjp s1mhIalinurmoafjp L 1mguust- CeT d ai1 PromotesDigestloncl1udul ness and RestContatns neitM o 1iIutaLNOTNA c3 es 1JlJiSdJna 1 asIo 11tIItiuAthstafCo4 icOIrd1Jt i tiu ApcrfeclRenedyfontonsflpi ibonSburStomaChBharr- WormsCOiWUlSiOliSFtVCrlSb nessa9LEEP TacSaulle Sinafl1re ci NEW YOIII Atb months old 131 35DOSFS33CENTS Exact Coiy oWrapper Infants I The You Have Bought Bears the Signature r n f i- S i Use tJ For Over ZLTV My Said iIITry Cardui writes Mrs Z V Spell of Hayne NeCwasI a very low state of health an4 v as not able to be up and tend to my duties I lid try Cardiiii and soon mrhouseworkI am able to do my housework and to cire for my chitdren and I feel as though II could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I received ICARDUi 4 Cardui is successful because it is made especially for women and acts On the womanly constitution health and happines If you are a woman feel tired dull and are nervous jn every way as a special tonic remedy for women Test it for yourself Your druggist sells CarduL Ask him to Ladles AdvUoryfDept Cbattinoosa Aledldne Co Outtaqdogx Tefor Special Instructions and M pake book Home testament lof WoqeOj ViwUEte J Si YOU a That question will be you almpst dally by business men seeking your 5 services if you qualify take the Draujrhon Training andshow ambition td rise r tMore BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse allother business COMBINED 45 Colleges ia 18 States International reputation SBookkeepingo ooKxeepers au over the Upited Slates say that Draughons Shorthand Practically cia court reporters write the System of teachI Pox have f are lioldinjr t Nuhrille or Memphis or Tenn or Paducah or EvuMviUr Imd r= = 1 a a ILrhe latest product gff VELVO Laxative Syrup purely vegetable gentle and a pleasant aromatic taste Velvb acts pn the as well as on stomach and and lad the gfeAtest possible efficacy In constipation JwHgectfon biliousness side headache feverlln enliefbthltnrp etc Try VP I V Bo cue wits ever tell wrote letterhe lows the man who done that will keep pretty mum he Just drssent tell the boy No I sinpposo nok and Betty saw that perhaps after all the Judge had not assumedany very great llnan clal responsibility He caIn bo a coward though Hah nlbal she added for she under stood that the risk of personal violence he ran was genuine Site had iformed her own unsympathetic estimate of him that day at Boggs racetrack Mahaffy In his blackest hour could have addod nothing to iIt Twice since then had nict him 10 Raleigh which had only served to fix that first Impression Mlss Betty hes Jut like fnytinpJtfl Bob washe aint afraid ot nothing Ho totes them pistols of his loaded If you notice good you ban see where they out hjs coat Hanv nlbals eyes very round and big looked up Into hers v v he as poor as ho seems inquired Betty never hasno money Miss Bet ty but I dont reckon he S what a body would call porcP It might have baffled a Ifmoru mature Intelligence tItanS Hannibals to comprehend thosf peculiar process fn by which the judge sustained hlmj self ond Intimate fellowship with adversity that It was his intxgnhhlI cen6e of mind which ute squalor of hb dally lire seem merelym a passing phasc but the h6y had managed to point a dellchte dlstlncJ tlpn and Betty grasped something j the hopp and faith which never quito died bjit1 In Prices Indomlta his bo continued 7w CAflffiIA and Children Alwaysa U 0f I C 1 1 j aI J1 i j t Thirty Yeat- seASTDRIA I Doctor in I his To The Womanslonicw specifically xplainstheyearsinVhynot1ryIlVrite WANT Better joB1 ii asked colleges ButoewLanKKKE tqemfrfcm Jalocum iiomehtudy jaousanasoicatiKcqs iffs booktoepftts and stenographers good positions as the result of tIJCATALOGUE pricesonlessou 1tl4L write INO F DRA HPN tI President Nashville Teen ForXrrcat albtrue on course A TCOLLEGE write a DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Knoxrflle Ky 1theunidigealedfoodscience Is Liver reliable uf bowels liver theZ i iia explainedI which slip bulge IIs Han made ofj Kind LAXATIVE fJ LIVER SYRUP 4 Thonanft t Klh 7 l 1 Trosblfl and Meyer Szpectt P How To fJjid Out iitaterandasedmieutorset tliugindicaUsan unhealthy con ditioupfthctid iieys iItsUiins onrlinen it i itvfclence of kid eyttoublir4 frequent ftsir to pISS or ill the back is also cojnincittg proof that the kidueya uid bladderl are out of order What To D9 Thcrji is conjfort m the knowledge ac 0often expressed thAt Dr Kilmers 3 Swamplloot the great kidney rtaucdy Cllfills every wish in curing rhcutiatlsm pain in the back kidneys liver bladder atiti every part of the nrinaryllSsage It corrects inability anti sc51ding pain in passtg it or bad K tflecls following use ef liquor wine or beer and overcomes fliat unpleasant tIe cc4sity of being compelled toro pfte ji a during the day Sal to get up man f tildes during tile night The nrita and y is tlmeextraomdiuaryffect oSwmpRoot Soon realized It stands highest fur its wOnderful cures of tire dis treeing cases Tf you need a mcdicm you should liavc tho best Sold bydrug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes tou mar have a sample bottle and a book that tells ll1I- bQut it bothkent free lyanaft t Address Dr Cilmer Co Ding inihton N Y WltCtt if It pun most IIostctseRocS fIlIAl writing mention tins paper ana don tnake any mistake but rcmemtrr the lanic Dr Kilmers Swam Robw GII headdress Ding omton NS1IwbllUi i t