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ESTABLISHED 1 IN1883 I iStNEW SEWES YOLXXMO15 r WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY I APRIL II 1912 w v 100 PER YEW MM m WOOL I I Bring US YOUR WOOL WcTcaa pay you the highest market price for it We f1IIaUk you with sacks and twine fgr tieing fUccM Write Phone or Call and S 3e Me v atad we wiU quote you our prices It will pay you to t before youselL S811H firastead 11 Co INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY JJl WOOL WOOL I i IMPATIENCE CALLED A SIN1 hWorw Than r lllInmuch at It Dow qUnfartwrate The word patience is not mentioned In tie Old Testament It seems to Wvg come with the Christian tiellgjon and to have taken Its place among the virtues after Christ came This Isi trance ipr Impatience Is one of the Implacable enemies of JIUllij yolt against the peaco and dignity of the thdIvIduaIrIt mighty unfortunate for a per son to be easily allUded with impa ar1badm1l Is sort of crazy who Is Imp ntIHe lets go of faith in Qodvand the log ic of events and gets jnad at bothI It doe no good to anybody and nine cases out ol ten a man is ashamed of hlmselt when he lets this gin get the better of him v As proof that impatience is down right wickedness notice how a victimtl of it will swear Insult his flendi snub his wife kick the cat slam3own whatever Is in his band and make Everybody around him as miserable as himself Such are the evil associa tions of impatience Ohio State nat Jourl BOOBY BIRD IS WELL NAMED Motjtup1d of All Feathered Crealturea Though Its Eggs Pronounced Good Doubtless the term booby signify tk a stupid creature bas been mis applied In some cases but It correct I ly describes several varieties of birds of the gannet species common to cer tain Islands of the Caribbean sea The booby Is a small water fowl and in spring and summer mIllions qf Its kind ock to seven little Islands Some thirtyfive miles southeast of Jamaica The booby bird is so called Because of Its stupidity slncei it has absolutely no fearof man Theis vjands frequented by these birds are leased to private Individuals who derive a large Income from the collection and sale of booby eggs Nearly dozen booby eggs were thknS from the seven little islands maica last year where they were spld at the rate of about 325 for a case containing 600 ln American consular officer famil lar with the subjectstates that while booby eggs are only about twothirds as large ae hens eggs they are but little inferior In quality There might be a market in this country for the booby product Celebrated Armorers In olden times the armorers work was not of a rough rand ready descrlp mon out generally bore the signs of highly wrought workmanship The various pieces of a suit fit Into their positions to a nicety there are ncr rough edges and as a rulevery that1 Is merely careless decorative work Fashion and reputation have left their hall mark on the armor of each period and like most other in tuples it had its distinguished man ters The name of Jacob Topf Is for ezaple still famous in England and such names as thoBe of Lorenzo Col man of Augsberg a German armorer of the sixteenth century Lucto Pin fSLandshut a family of armorers that are supposed to have worked for Philip II of Spain are celebrated in their own countries Before Arising Never jump out of bed with a bop skip and Jump if you have any regard for your heart Oh yes It Is allright to have the spirit and the feeling that you can do it but dont Take u lesson from the cat Begin by stretch ingthd enUr body while lying flat on the back Tense your arm muscled sle muscles abdoinlnal and back s thenrelulog each tensing or stretching with a complete relaxing This Increases Tieart action gradually it has been wording on half time all night unless you Jure retired with a stomach full of uMifffeited foo and at the same 1IiM eanne arterial distention In the ntMtt ufttmral and effective marine Tbta iU ia full accord with physlu oPeaI1a iJ 1 r zE NEWLEAbERISPINGFIElDI 1 WO- OLWOOL r U m IA UniqueVerdictt IA Wheeling W Va0 lawyer says that he has heard many neer verdicts in his time but that the quaintest of these was that brought in not tong ago by a jury of mountaineers in a nparsely settled part of that State This was toe first casefor the majority of the jury InU they sit for hours arguing and dieS puting oyer it in the bare little oom at the rear of the court room At last they straggled back to their places and theI fpreman a lean gaunt fellow with a superlatively solemn ex pressiOn vojced the general opinionjcThedone it for allow hewaVt t bherehave done it if hed had the banstiBarpersc Magazine Clung to Stronga AnIHalf Upton Ky April 5thiYes terday afternoon while out hunt l Iiughear tbe youngest son ofF N lirashearcame dangerously near drowning He haili shot duck a on a small lake near Roy Tabbs home and started lo wade in after it In d iug so he fell into a very deep hole and went underi the water twice His friend John Dewitt worked faithfully tto save him Brashear clung onto a willow limb or an hour and a half while a raft was being made to reach him Many Animals Have a SweetTooth Everybody knows that foxes are fpnd of rabbits and hens but In spite of Esops fable we forget that they have what Is called a sweet tooth and frequently oat ripe fruit The coyoteso Point Loma which are first cousins of the foxes often devour two or three watermelons In one night They bite them open and relieve their thirst as well as satisfying their love for sweet things They will also eat the prickly pears which grow on the wild cacti and are even suspected of robbing big fruit treescThere are lions living In a very dry part of Africa which quench their thirst on small melons which grow wild there Bears also are fond of fruit and eat quantities of berries In the autumn Their sweet tooth leads them to at tack beehives too and they do not suffer so much as you might think as their thick fur protects them from the angry bees Motion Picture Machine for Home For raid motions like those of Ing Insects a new cinematograph ap paratus takes 2000 successive views a second on 125 feet of film and as the usual stopping of the film for each exposure is impossible at such speed the exposures are given by electric sparks each lasting not more than one 1400000th of a second Tbe pictures may be shown on the screen at the ordinary moving picture rate of fifteen or twenty successive views per second thus giving a better percep lion of motions that originally are dlf iflculil for the eye to follow A new Edison promise Is that of ahome klnetoscope that will make moving pictures available for everybody for varied purposes It Is announced that what now requires 1000 feet of film will be compressed upon eighty feet and the apparatus will compare with sewing machine in Cot Explollon1ou n a government on the lines of the American republic r Yes replied the Chinese philos opher but up to the present time we havent been able to get much be- 10niJ Uip Fourth of July accident Into The Ground In order to settle a controversy over the ownership cffthe ten gallons of whiskey whIch was seized at the homo jjf the late Anderson Cart aboutftwo weeks before be killed his wife and then himself jailer Pink Firmer poured the liquor out on the ground in tbe jail yard this week Two kegs containing the whis key were found bV Deputy Sheriff W S Embry and Chief of Police D B Carter and taken into the City Police Court They were used as evidence beforb the last grand jurv which brought in the indictment against CaYr and after that were returned to the custody of the jailer With Carr deceased aud the cse against imof course thus utof court a question arose as o the dis position of the whiskey11Ten gallons of booze in adry county like Lincoln fs some wet goods and there were several claimants Jailer Farmer said that Carr bad given the whiskey to1 him before he got into his last trouble but rather than have anycontroversy about it popular j4ilef poured ne whole ten gallon jmt on the ground while the prisoners iu thp jail ae said to lave joined in that good old song Aint It a Shame Siandaiid Anterior Journall lILEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon iJim Cumley whoiresides near S pringfieidwas tr ed in police court Monday afternoon on a charge of drunk anjd disorderly conduct and Jorca png concealed a deadly weaponl In the first case he was jinedi5 and costs and in tbe last casef 135 and costs with 20 days atliarjd labor added The police claim h has caused- onsidertb1e trouble in Estes avenue lately Helwas arrestedV ChiefJ A urday night and iiaj now learning howto make little ocks out of big ones Mr T M Estes jbas purchased large electric vacuum cleaner which with the appliances ordi narijy used can belused for house cleaning but which with the use of curry combs anft brushes he uses for cleaning and keeping in ne shape bis dairy cows Mr Bates has ordered attachments for milking the cows and next week an expert from the factory will be herd to demonftrate cow milking by electricity and instruct Mr Estes employes low iit is done Mr Johu Po Thomas had bis lleft leg painfully ibruiaed several days ago while stretching a wire fence A wire broke and the lleaver struck him on the leg Pe is ab6 to be out and will be alright in a few qays G Albert Bergen who is con nected with a business college of Louisville and Miss Allie Men wait 22of Spiurlingtonj Ky were married iin Jellersouvillel Saturday by MJigistrate Oscar L Hay Dr T F CleaVer sold to Jim Johnson a road horse for 175 to MaiUck Shru hire of Win a fine saddle horse for 350 and to 0 Daniel Doll ofr Louisville 160 a stork horse for Lee Riker Passes Away rHarrodabvue Kvr Ayril 6 Lee Rikdr one of the best know men in Mercer county died last night after an iIness of ten days of a complication of diseases He wa one of the weaihis c ti zens of Mercer county and was known all thro ji ah this section of the ftatei The feature jof the session of the Muldraugl Hill Medical So cietyin this cIty next Thursday will be the presence of several persons recovering from the dreaded disease pellagra They will furnish ttje oasis of an address on the subject by Dr M W Stelle of Corbin ETownj News CAStTORIAPer Infaats at dHUrta ThKhdYIHIYSAtWZIIIb I Bears th- e5ataro of c INSURGENTSiWIN In The Republican Convjen- tion Hid Saturday Here Last The Roosevelt forces von bands down in the convention held hero last Saturday after noon The convention was called to order promptly at 80 oclock by Ihe county chairman W F Grigsby There was con siderable controversy as to the election ora chairman but the matter was settled by selectiog Hon John W Lewis unanimous- lyl On motion a committee on resolutions was appointed which soon came in with a majority report instructing the county for Taft and a minority report iinstructing for Roosevelt The minority report being voted on first speeches were made on both sides of the question Prof Colvinand W F Neikirk being the principal speakers for theJ minority report and Hon John WI Lewis and John Thompson for the majority report Both Prof Colvin and Mr Neikirk admitted tbatTdft had not been a success andeach expressed fear- sa to his being able to win Mr Neikirk declared tbat since the election of President Taft there had been a sjtieak of illluck as the Republicans bad steadily lost ground everywhere and that tbe JOhnlThompsou aOdtsaidMr Taft In New York demon strated that he was something o a runner In reply to this Mr Neikirk said that the fraud iin those primaries equalled if iiV did not excel the famous Music Hall convention Mr Lewis then called Mr R L Boidrick to the chair and took the floor He spoke in nigh terms of tbe administration of President Tatt He urged the Repuolicans not tc turn down their own work H said tbe utate had pledged its support to President Taft at th state convention in Louisvill last year and that it ought no not to violate its pledge A vot was called for and the force divided but it was soon ap if parent that the Roosevelt lorc were vastly in the majority an alter the count was mid it was declared by the chairmaj that the Countys vote was iin structed for Roosevelt Mr W A Waters who up t this time had kept silent n6i ventured a motion that the del t gates be instructed to vote f r SenatOr Bradley for delegate t large from the State The aii tion was very strongly by Mr Neikirk Mr GO Who ton and others Mr Neikii k took the position that they warj t ea nobody sent as a delega e who did not favor Roosevelt urd ai Senator Bradley had be n tumprag the state for Taft ie was opposed to reading hiiria a delegate A yea and nay vte being taken tbe uiotion was e feated by a large majority TJ ie large crowd of colored persons who were present were very eager to vote against the Bri d lay motion notwithstanding be tact that Mr Lewis in bis ape chI bad made a very strong app ial 110 them to stand by Bradby who had been their friend on all occasions and told them t iat they would be ingrates and I Iii tors should they throw lirai down The convention wai one of the TonicSi Alterativ What is a tonkAmedicine that increases juie strength or the tone of the IanIIA medichie that alters or changes un healthy action to heatjhy action Name the best ittopic and alterative Ayers Sar saparilla the only SarSaa- eit1reIyfrecfroma1coo1 Ask your doctor about Juf I Bilious tHacks sIckIKadachee liiUges lion c9Bttiptibnr dizzy ipell the cdJeliverAyers Pills in these ctset TbS dost Is I1MMy strangest fought that has been held in the county for a long time and it was insesson over two hours 11Isf A Hog Dentist I robably no offices of the govr etfhraenb receives more freak let tets than does the post mast r gleral Recently Mr Hitch cQk received a letter Irom a Nebraska citizen who proclaims tfcat he can cure all hog diseases Df rhfDfl Every disease krown to swine Jtjji says is due to bad teethatd l s remedy is good for well hogs fit well as sick hogs He gives as reference the bion Stock Yards of Omaha here he has worked doctoring jtie swine population before the slaughter II am he con C udes the onlyl hog dentist in ittie wQrldEx 1Jput It Up To Providence r Wheeling W Va judging rom an appeal made to Provildence bv the evangelist Billyi jundy is in a bad way In the course of tile closing rayer at one of the revival s r ices recently held in that city specialIlessing for everybody and everything in Wheeling and in eference to the city council ave tile Almighty the following GoodblessCouncil Ob Lord thats a tough bunch if there s any bunch o earth that meds thy assistance and aid it is the council of this CtVReform them O Lord I know thai I ain asking you to do a hard job and I advise you it get a pair of rubber gloves and a bottle of disinfectant before you start TradesmanV Killed By Cigarettes Pittsburgh Telegram to the Philadelphia North American Ernest Ferrin of Braddock a barber died at Donura from the teffectsing too many cigarettes Ten years ago Ferrin began and smoked fifty ai day or 182500 cigarettes in tbe ton years Just before he breathed his last be daskedgiven to him aid as he threw away the butt he sank back on his pillow and died Worst In 20 Years r Lexington Ky April5The worst flood in twenty years has been experienced by the reel dents along the Ken ucky river which has destroyed property amounting approximately to 200000 and endangered the lives of hundreds of people in Jackson AdfflillistVratorsSale As administrator of the ettte- of Elmer A Anderson deceased IwillonVSaturday April i18 1912 opginuiog at 180 oclock p jaa at the old Anderson home place near Fenwick and 4 miles from Mackville Ky offer for sale tithe highest bidder the following property 1 black 10 year old mare good harness mare ard safe driver jot afraid of automobiles due to foal 1 yearling filly 1 two year old filly 1 three year od mare 1 rubber tire buggy and harness 1 saddle and bridle 1 good stove and numerous other articles TERMS All sums of 10 andI under casnoyer Ihat amount on a credit of six months with note with good personal surety bear lug six per cent from date rJ ANDERSON Ve Administrator t Notice The party who took the rug out of my buggy at Fenwjickv nJ Sunday March 17 he better re 1Va we further troubled PAROLEIYV Judge Booe and James H Parrish Released From VPenitentIary JL Frankfort Ky April 5 edge Charles E Booe former employe of the Auditors office convicted of era bzzlement was paroled yesterday by the Prison Commission The parole was based on the largest petition ever filed before the Slate Prison Commission All three members of the ccm m paroleMrs on er was at the office of the com mission and personally received the parole papers and took them to her husband Judge Bope had served In January last three years of a thirteenyear sentence for embezzlement of money frcin the State treasury Tbe nior cy taken was above 35COO and quite a good lot of it was recovered from bondsmen against some of whom cases are yet pending The commission yesterday re- leasedl another noted prisoner iin the person of James H Par rish the former Owensboro banker Parrish was serving a five year sentence at Eidyyille orison lor receiving deposits lifter his bank became insolvent Parrish had ben conhued for i bout tiree j ers Hewas sen up from Haucoc n the District Court of the Uni ted States for the Western I District ofKentucky In the mattar of Albert S Bines bankrupt To tbecreJitors of AS Hinea foff Springfield Ky in the county of Washington and district Aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of April A D 1912 it 11 oclock am there will be t meeting of toe creditors at the office ofW F Grigsbv attorney of the abovenamed bankrupt at Springfield Ky in tbe county of Washington in said district o examine and pass upon the final report and account of Mar shall Duncan the trustee herein vhicl1 was filed in theoftiee of the undersigned at Lebanon Ky in said district on the ay of 19 aud shows on hand for distribution and to transact such other business as may properly come Before said meethrg Dajed March 30th 1912 W F Grigsby Attorney for tile Trus tee BEN SPALDING VReferee In Bankruptcy Married iin a Show Window Campbellsville KYiBuch anan Co iiA making a big demonstraion this week in bard ware buggies and implement business Thirtyfive repjesen tatives hardware buggy and implement manufacturers are on hand looking after their interests They offered a prize consisting cf a wrought ron range and fixture marriage license and a preacher tu tie the knot to any q ouplo that would have the mar riage ceremony in one of their how windows Doc Johns a leading farmpr of the Elkhorn neighborhood and Miss Hepri etta Heron took advantages of the offer and were married in the presence of 800 persons Notice to Creditors All persons haYIng claims against the estate of J T Reed deceased will present same properly proven to the under signed or his attorney L W Lewis on or before the 1st day of May 11112t tJSyray Your Fruit I have on hind a large umber ol Spry for spraying fruit trees plants etcj and the best insectsIwhichattac willjustiIlAO KlMBAtL J tf f Where the finest biscuit cake hot breads crusts i iAt l 4Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain t 1 substantial eVeryday foods for all occasionsi I The only baking powder Made from Royal Grape Cream oftTarfar iGL r No Alum No I Um 11 1fJfIIJt TRYING TO RETAIN SONg Excessive Emmigration is one Of B ofqIreland Dublin Aprjl 5th Those lea ders of public opinion in Ireland who for ten years past or longer have been working with all the powers and means at posal to check the emigrationI evil are seeing atlastjspme ray of hope Next to landlord sm in its worst form the greatest curse of this isand for two genera tions has beeu emiration9jc- ourse all who know the alpha bet of Itii h political and social llife are aware that landlordism and emigration havebeen I iQs ever si ce the terrible famine of 1847 And it was landlordism which kept the stream rf emigration at lloodtide from 1847 to the present moment For though the feu dal and heartless system itself s dead or dying the evil it orked itt Vhe years of its un bridled iniquity fetill lives so far as emi IatH n is concerned and isi likely to stay with us for many y ears io coni- OButf it is remain those who are fighting emigration will spare no effort tot decrease the volume every year and hope to be able ultimately to reduce the flow to the tiniest of streams The number of emigrants in March last ye rrwas 2618 There is not much ground for hope that the number for March tthis year will be Daring January uchsmaUerIi 1404 young men and youog woman left Ireland most of them for the remainder of their ivesV More than half of these weqrt to the United States SWfis sSalel For Taxes r Bytvirtue of taxes due the State of Kentuckyand Washington county for the years indicated below I or one of mydepitfes will On MONDAY APRIL 22 1912p offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy tbe tax and cost K Springfield PrecinctNo 10 v A house and lot bounded on North by the land of Wilson Mitchell West Sher eastLyears 1910and 1911 500 S J ANDERSON S WC I t VTo Fix Convention Date t Mr Henry R Pewitt chair man of the State Committee 8 Ofbelcomin Louisyilfe on April 20 to fix ihe Ume and place for holding the Democratic State convention to select delegates to the Na tional Convention at Baltimore Drofcommittee from the1tir D trict of KetutkyI4Qa Ja1ccu It VVVVV SUBSCRIPTIONMOAEAR 1a t F ft RorBaking Powder rAbsoluteivPure requiredRoyal f t i Frankfort Ky April 6Scabies among the steep in Ken Lucky is being quickly eradicated and May 1 twentyone coup ties arid parts of lIve more coun ties will jie released from Federal and State quarantine t The action means that beep ma be shipped frCin those coan ties into other counties in t iliState or into States without restrictions The eradication of the lfeea e in this State is progressing nicely and after a reinspctioS i which has been ordered 1rtwenty counties is made and the infected flocks in those counties are properly treated the remainder Of the State frill7 be recon meI1d a forreleasfront quaran tine Louisville Herald JWashington county is sot yet among the umber relsasedb jas conditionf jare good here itw probable it will be shortly Gen F D rant Said ToBeIllOfMsIdy That Killed HUFftthar New Yorkr April 5Major JGeneral Frederick D GranttC Commanding the Eastern diyl sioo of tbe army on Governor Island is seriously ill of cancer of trfe throat which disease caused the death of his father Geneial U S Grant General t jGrant is on a four months leave l I ofabsence and ia said to be reitflag in Florida He is la hs sixty cC9n jyear He has beea1 a soldier practically since he wasthirtee J Has Fight With Eagle t Qlenns Falls N Y Milton k Stejves of this city was nearly killed in aphtwlth 1a1d eagle this week hear Gorth Creekr iirtber camp He wasreacned bjd I ly wounded by a fell wlllll1ber man and i today under the cart physicianSi Steives ame upon two eaglestdevouring jthe carcass ofa alt e and shot eol tlrootherlrepetedlalthough one of Its wlnfffwiui j broken was getting thfbktrof j r i the batsle when a bunter killc the feathered fighter witbaclabV ViNarrowly Etcapc Datli J It lGlisgol to Glasgow Dran Micka a r farmer had a nar7eap wasriighorseback South Fork Creek aad wilbiS 7 atea moments B0tfc his W j sank out jof alt hHii th 1i wWki i stream He Bacc4 d4 ii iwUly reaching the short Jr M itchardscMi a Mwfagiir ttieditor was c oMiic PICreek on tbe OHMkii Ttaja 1fr adner town enrovlt to iiI office wiles he drove late a hs Ilar lily esc rQwaIEt Mklilitf i t W J ENiiMitAiiIi r s IHGFIELDKYj t jPr rUHf THUBSD AY itl JiCSft lIE JOSEPH MUN Editors and Pnblishere tConsiderable road talk wap in dulled in at the last meeting of of the Fiscal Court and some J mew plans adopted as to the manner of spending the money oilr One tblngUbat was discussed at Mime Jlength was to have some tberlofI contractors did proper work on tie roads and a proper amount 11 ofit for thd money they receive V and persons breaking rock 0 Vthe rinds will have to submit to htving arock broken by them measured bj the Supervisor in the future as nobodys word will go as to what they have done on the road if the rules adopted by the Fiscal Court are adhered to und they should be and doubtless will beIt is an ap parent fact to everybody that i there will be little improvement in the rods so long as some J people who work them are try ing not to see bow far the moneyS appropriated to tne section will go fitit trying to set how much money can be realized for the tJleutWorkNot all contractors on the turnpikes do this but un fortunately there are too many There are too many who have no care whatever as to what be comes of the road so long as Stheyara drawing the money ap prbpriat dlto tbe section and when the matter is lift to their honesty of which virtue theao imay have a sufficiency when 1 dealing with their fellow man ad who would scruple to tate 0five cents unjustly from them but who seem to leave their honesty at home when they go out toworb the road again we beg to say we do not mean all but too many There is but one w yln which this trouble can be obviated tnd that isi to MEASURE the metal ttha goes on the roads If contractor objects dontpay him He would not expect any one to buy corn from him at 1 per bushel without having it J measuredt yet be often seems insulted when it is suggested that his rock ought to be meas Eured and seems to think his honesty is questioned and fails ta realize that it is a plain busi t t fn proposition If all metal is measured i there will be more oi the road and thus the11itgoou be improved r uNo man is fit to be the lawgiver for a mighty people who 0yields to the demands and solicit tations of the few who have ac cess to his arand is forgetful of3tbe vast multitude wboraay neyer hear his voice or look into ni1ffaceThe above words sound infinitely better to out ears that such talk as Trust j tie people a dall other politi cal jargon we hear about initia tive referendum and recall andI a if they come from the heart and truly express the sentiments 01 the one who uttered lhem he iis a man tit to occupy the highest oTSce in the gift of the people These are words taken from t Quarap Clarks speech of accep tance when elected Speaker ot the House and there is ao better criterion of his sincerity than the record bo has made since he Th is been in the peuples sei v ice vHei3a great big man He is Kentuckian He is a Washiu ton countain and we are for him I Itfbegias to look as if that hut which Teddy threw into the ring soma time since has been mi dglngvj jiroifl the way it yeas kickeo around in Kentucky last baiui dayf Full tack Bradley betm tb Jaava made a center rush and scored a touchdown r In the presidential primaries in Illicois the Democrats declareu I f fjrjGhanp Clark by a large mu oi jThe Republicans de i dared for Roosevelt Gwrove f xir fxMtvTS Yankey is in Louis ville on business f Mr G H gnewmaker has re tarneifrom Louisville if T rMriind Mrs Harvey Leach ijtJi J Jf lii oSpringfield spent Sun ft wlth Mr and Mrs Jf B 1 It Tjtichman Migs Della Ray Gregory of SV Catheriaei spent JSadter with iier parenta Mr and Mrs L M irt4 Gr fwy Mii Mary Bruce was the I SCOTTS- II EMULSION has helped countless thousands of thin weak delicate children made them strong plump and robust It creates an appetite aids digestion fills the veins with richred blood After illness or loss of weight from any causeit brings strength and flesh quicker than anything else ALL DRUGGISTS 1116 pleasant guest of Miss Sue Reed Saturday night Mr and Mrs J D Ctaybrooke of near town spent Saturday and unday withMr and Mrs Litsey ALI MarksIberryday relatives at Loretto Mrs Annie West has returned from a Visit with relatives at Texas Mrs B L Litsey is convales cent Mrs Torn Baker and Mrs Hugh L 3chman were thepuests Mrs Biliary Osbourne near Springfield Thursday Henry Gregory was the gust off Frank Yankey Sunday Mr and Mrs C L Grundy speat Sunday with Air and Mrs B B Leaclicaan Mrs charlie Litsey and Miss Francis Lttsey wprd the guests of Mrs Jt Leacliman Monday Fenwick Mr Carrie UnderwooU acd two children of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Stanley Rogers visitedat Springfield Saturday Mrs Lou Logsdou spent Sit urJay with Mrs Pr die Janes MrJ R McAllister was in Mickville Wednesday on bust ness Misses Mar ie and Nina Pen wick spent Saturday with their aunt Mrs Lou Lpgsdon Mr Virgil Mayes and Miss Mary Rose Janes were the pleas ant guests jof Miss Annie Shevv maker Sunday afternoon Miss Cora Shewraaker andI mother visited Mr and Mrs bain Shewmaker and family Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lee Rley and daughters Virgie Lee Mrs George Ann Anderson and daughter Miss Setto Mrs Lizzie Anderson and daughters Misses Maria and Rosie Mr John Polin of Ltsey dined wi Ji Mr andMrs McAUiser Sunday Mrs Ann McGarty and s n Thomas spent Sunday with Mrs Prudie James t Mrs Margaret Rogers was in Mackville Monday Mr and Mrs Loyd Fertwitk u ld children spent Sundaywitli Mrs Teresa Graves aqd family Born to the wife of Mr Clar Pence Graves April 4 a boyQ Mr and Mrs Hutn MVnt V Iglm y seI t Ja tJJ Sun4w ti th frmrs pa H ts tno Mrs Saw 1UItgIJIIWI- I1 Verni Rognrs peotSat- lurday night and Sutdnj wuU her varehts Mi Win BarkoV spen Friday niglwltb MrJnu dowry Mays 1siclMis E hel Barker and chil dren spent Friaay with Mrs Reid Uarkeri1iIUiniIy Miss Ethel Rogers was in Spri igflvld Monday on business IRock Bridge Villas the suli is si ining once more il makes us all feel hat y and like writing Wj ire glad to report Mrs has Coulter who has been sot tr cLuite a whie baiter M and Mrs Milton Grider ArtD1 tliq guests of her imother Mrs Kisgiah Scruggs Salurday l1d1 Sunday Miss Ninnie Keeling ha- pe4edhqr I o millinery at Perkfns 1rablms storeat PiIliani l ofroodsEvybo The most of the farmers of this community are busy burning to bac0 beds cflresfron jou all Ye wil make tile stare and want to see several follow r E lis Bate and Miss Bes sic 3arr weie quietly married at AISin s on last Wednesday mOtn1 iing at 10 oclock The brIdo and gro rc are popular young people of t he Rock bridge m ighbdrhood Wu wish them a long und happy life Ihero will belt box at Idght1IImvelyoncItocorfie School Kid = Thft Stars Ihe number of stars that can be fee by a sharp eye in our hem lhlre mfispmaiy thousands of stars are brought out that are Invisible to the naked eye Using an instrument little more than two inches wlde there have betu more tlleIaloneI It has been estimated by very hgiI au horiUcs that the total number ibl in the whole celestial vault youla imcunt up to 80000000 Monarchs Fine Library Tho library of Philip the Good of Burgundy in the fifteenth century su passed all other European book co lections of the time It contained ne xrly 10000 volumes all richly illumi nated on vellum with bindings of damask atln and velvet incrusted by Je vels with clasps of gold and gems Bruges where the dural court was held was filled with literary craft proda Belgian royal library Depressing Indeed Henlth is tho real woman problem 6t id a pHysicIan recently haven a woman pnUcnt today a chronic pa tt mt I mean who couldnt have es cuxJd meescaped me forever t least until the very last call If oreii li cn trained right physically from hen c ilklhood Up What I mefln is that c erything that Is the matter with my r itients is something stiporlmposo- b wrong ways of living and thinking s depressing isnt it to consider the ader 1 1fIn the Philippine islands one fra liiently sees a raft of cocoanuts be ing floated down the river to market he buoyant nuts are elosely packed Into a circle braced across with bam loos and tied with liken and tlp ueer craft with Its native paddler is lIen ready for the trip down stream to a point where the raft will roken un and the cocoanuts sold fide World Magazine i i 1 I LOOK LOOK 4 I I inewi I full of holes like when wakhing them in soap water and ruHblng them on a wjash board and you will it is the most successful way to clean Note i following prices on garments and house attach IIsee hes Coat Spite 150 GensSuits J1 50 r 7 Tis Dresses l Overoias ioo f5Jackets50JTies Men kHose 10LaceOII Draperies per pair Jfl Kill Gloves p9tiair2Oc i Hats Cleaned and R Blocked I i I Spriflgield City Tailor I f 1F W Iaumbauer Propr At4S4ww1k4Stww44tR S4WI 1r = iiOne of Kcrft tckya hne t oung StalHonS M f fshiosloni J1ipGJ JThe great 4yotold Harnoesiand Saddle Horseot pubik service seasdn of 1912 the low fee of ijlO To Insure b LivipgKolt rijthe farm ofij P Hendron 12 niles westof Mackville on the i 1at pike Washington county Ky Bbyl horse2id io Wilkasberty sire of the dam of Dar atch on his dams sire this horse inherits the speed and ehdtj ince for which hois noted actibttspeed beauty LexingtOnsParker one of the finest yd lings in the county all and see her 9 Wauhingtoj Bird blood bay blad points 163 12 highweight 1j 1145 Ibs tbig bli k mane and tail which he carries right is sound in oyery way is a perfect model and can do more ban any horse in J Washington co tity has the most beautiful head And ears to be seen and is very inigent lIe defeatedeverythug in his class at the Ulne Grass Fa it last car such horses as KinljS Rex nmong thebest ofthe etof1ecPeairino and otergodi ones i Itwil pay iiYQ11 to see this lorse l before you breed S Also at ttsallie time and place JJFrom IIfYER GiN il the blood f Champions Onward Silver 203 ii Young Jim 2809 grand sit of Dan Patch liio Silver Gano is aIight bay with j star and two iitofeetgood mane and tail 152 handsMiigh or more willweigh iii bs has speed style Action and gives very promise andfinishformation cal phone or address R P Nendrejc Son 11 S5I5SWla4 =Commissiooers Safet C rj Geo V mrllffSh S tconey Brown e Oh By virtue of a Jmentand order o fsnto of the bhington Circuit- Court rendered at tf October term 1911 in the above styfcd ause for tire sum of 87900 with int est at the rate of Gp r centum pdr a num from the Oth dy of April 1t1tJII dj tiLed by S50 De cembpf 24 lWtt9 i 2 April ll191o 75 an 31 1912 un Slpaid shall pro qeetl to olfer for tie at the Court House door in Sprit field Ky on MONDAY Ai RIL22 1012 at 2 oclock pni r thereabout being ounty Court Diy to the Iighefit bid dnr at Public aUct i upon a credit of J2 n rhths the lowing described property ont IA 1 injville and Texas til npike near Mack ville Ivy contain jj 18 acres inpix or less This tract land lies a nouiL and other improve nth on it Debt and interest i dayof saJHaW 62 Cost oUU Total amount be raisedSFor thepurchis orict the purchaser dccuritylorlegal interest frol date of sale until paid and having t force and effect of 1a judgment Die5 will be prepared comply promflj with these terms Ito L F liOSiJ M C WC c IA lit44I XLJ Ihandsome b Stamen 16 hand high a bigti tyUv fine shaped follow with plenty of aqn and as good bone and foot as you fJUldwan He hiip proven himself great breeder He will make the isonof 1912 at my stables at the Sewahl Stock Farm 8i miles North SpringfieldI on the Springjcld and I amfuld pike at 10 To InsuaLiving Colt EAttLY is lyLl447 ly by Monte Cristo he by IoUthishi6 EarLy firbt dam Jinbti by Prophet secomi dam Lady Bjpok by Dolana Granger third dam Bet lby Sam Booker Earfy is the bLt rOM horse in tbp county At anti time hd phice ilL A 1 G r i1rIA No Mule fa k standard antI reg athfO for a Ma and 8 For Horse Mule to Im ire Living Colt- Lien reIainstla all emits to secure Servian fee Me ey due when in are is parted with or l d to other stock All care taken tijin ent aecidenus but not esponsilile shoi Iany occur YOUR PATH NAGE SOLICITED yIiVonder- Snyjj riis iiffljthf Georgia philoso phers So lliiln8 Im aljvln and IHVQ irorfiriP8 jid rfwotuP dnd warm Jithes and riic nlClHyandjood tuaith allY wea or the Lord sands the right wcatli for roMii1ctianq Viietjuitle Sin It is stoiiufe k hotv soon tile whole 01111 il jis unravel if a Bivgv titiii Jf ne little sin in dulgd Pink hole you could put your bead Unobll1l1rl09 Buxton 8oda WZIr From Tablets Iflott uita has what is called sodaL boni ciiu Th bonbons are tablets of two kinds a id nndfalkall and one pair is au0ickn to produce about half a quart of soda wafer UIlOriAnln13lsI or road atIof Tbi Naturalists Argclnai aid at Princeton M flab Advantage A baby is it 4rably helplofes li tho Tins ono adva f tb listen to thi hayefooUtalk to him ui less ho wants to One of Lifes 3est Pleasures Missed Of all the filings that make life worth living friendship comes near the top 8 friends arc rare be cause we are oo busy Harm Do is IhetlcIjt Is the ai not take up be burden of thQ day Who are doi treat harm In the coun try Wf Phljoisophy When nuo e has offended mej try ratt 0 1rJ Mv ti rnl3tlh iLDt JrtC WOULDNT TAKE HIS WORD Health Bulletin Given Out From Pulpit Only Arouses Skepticism In One Mind t Tho new preacher In our town was progressive enough to enliven eveii that humdrum conformance of reading the notices ot Die day said the JJu burbanlto After mumbling over the servlcgs for the coming week the dates of twQ approaching marriasos and the purpose of the days collec tit he 11d In perfrcUy di tinct toTcs am glad to announce that Mrs Hollis was able to sit up a while lust evening that a very favorable report was telephoned Ini this pioi uinR from the sTck room of Mr Grant and that the temperature of Mr Williams has been reduced to 98 Thefr hopceached a sermon but nobody knew wqat about for alrthe torigregatlon was revolving in their minds tho phyiscal condition of our sick parishioners Many like myself went avs belifTing that the minis ters Innovation would be of inestima ble valuo to sick folk wfib are pes ttrld to death by people inquiring how they fare of Inestimable Value that Is uiJlsiss too man of the con grefiatlon shall tharo tho skepticism of tho woman who walked down the aisle ahead of me Said she T don t believe that Smrah Hollis was able to sit up last nielit was there at noon and She couldnt lift a finger then Im going right up to see about i ALL HIS GLORY OF THE PAST Actor Who Has Once Lost Favor of the Fickle Public Seldom Able to Regain It He was gatint and dravn a ffr1kin contrast to tho rather heavy fate kle1 confident air and the swagger had extended oven to the whichI his coat But a few years ago PlJiUIpiece of inechansm and this man the stars chief sntiporf His fate t common one dra maticaily emptTssizvd by his outwsird uppearaoce Like a dilapidated sign flapping the wind his threadbare jprop frock coat told the tale of for mer gory wbil the resignation that poured lila flood liThtof despair fynm his moist eyes atteseutliat that glory would never be renewed ILike tho bid profile engine which was wont to thrill tbe gallerywith its factitious bombast and wIdth now rotted forgotten in the ut weroom this poor human whose art at lilt best had been but rl profile one was forgot ton and waiting waiting like the other to be swept out in the great mass of uselessness his ephemerall mission ended his purgatory natures storeroom a waiting room of poverty and despair lightened by a rapidly fading ray memories memories of a shortlived limelight popularity Chest Pains and Sprains Sloans Lmiiuent is ah cx Iccllcnt reucdyfuucht uI throat ffcctions JI relieves congestion ind Iimmation A few drps water used as a yaiyle is antiseptic and healing Heres ProofII Itoen rd Su Iisirs Fy yciu tun lit ilthiiv hreuitliM 1 buk o1sncvrry cm c vcii ii j KEIilLXA JAM 1 MldI SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for spiiins and I bruises It stops the pain at once and reduces swell iing very quickly Sold by all PricOf 25c dealersj Sloans ia1 t1 Hdrse sent Adirras Dr EarlS Sloan DOltoo IIMaa L 1 j r= i i 0 nII l I lICDu11c411I I iX I I I 36 in Messaline SilKs w rth150 IpIUUi 27 in Messaline SiJks OAr worth 125Jfj II 27 in j 90cworth1I I 00IIe Linens Wide Welt Peques 25 35c ar d SUe Ping sber linen ca es 15 tcn50c I rOcLinent 4000 Yards Dress ilk to ISc Yard U aovesII VVimens 16 buttyn length Rid Goes Mack nnd tan S350 Womens lid Gores black I ard colors 100 io lfO jIS V Womens 10 batton leI lh Silk Gloves black arid I white jOOtol rO 0x12 20 Bx12 mantm Ktrfwi W 1 jf = = = Qau Denmark I No 16 hands by Highlandi 75u First dam Kentucky Uope by Star 1024 2d darn Lillie by Art Rose 786 3d dan by Mock Chi l 4th dam Washington Noble a yoimg horse is rated with the best f Sires He highly and saddle horse type HQ is said by well known as Kirby of G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Li Hard arid Elmer tobe great type for a times sa Idle stallion and i sure tt breed that class off horses He was successfully shown by Mack last never the money 1 and many times first was never by f in model ring His two of colts show uniformity His and i won Bardstoiyn and Springfield and f the salt ring have commanded good prices Noble sire and his grand sire on j sides were championship saddle horses in J Kentucky and His darn and two of 5 iiill his indiviitalty his ningqualities where wilt you go to rind one his Noble Den mark will make the season atSiTo a Colt CALLERS HAD Comedians Message Mad Merit of BeinUS t Opportune C Darnabec of the old Boston answhnica in a game nt hotel There was a big- on the table and ono her jilaycr ejtg the only two not rod out The lQ6d each Mlu loot- o urdson and tut one Tbe piosite man 7auhd he d nQbettercd the three Jacks ho s but ho felt save they ould bcit the two pair ho felt Par e had To brlnp maUera to a crisis lushed fonvurrt all the chips he id and wultd inquiringly Is tint all you asked the Ad faced before he looked his Land Ksvry cent In iluu Jiibt then the ajett of tho Boston iid put his hi In tbo door anti id Mn there is a grnt mau In the parlor who wants to av you Walt Just a t5iut0saI4 Barna bee He cards un nund that he li tilled his hand Vhti be funed 1o th tnnn IritV1- rviy r iudralaly KjriJj ii tLtt that have 1 eri The ehss of It Tho ally oldfashioued lyotcui upon 4hich oars tiffoiiaf tli ail vigfKouscannnon aenae about It ioul cTKtd for Te iwv fct 14 or ii 01eIl1tijcomparatively uiuiorm typ vcas deIof coHegT Roucb IIly tborb i hI math 01Itorn of d xnr jwiiortairco to he learned slid ti lzelved a t Ijiowjedge of LfUi ibft BagUsk toIIraturot To b lhif WM t in a efjlsc unfit Th 4ked tfie siaaiHe IInt ttans of mast npg thlJJsYab ai4youlrg mea sot to the tap of aculuirtg it The Of t was fuft tate systm Yd the spirit W oa iP i dne aLd elcc Ucp In T ro o ctrh i tdlrs of ao Womena srauzj weight iin 12C i and tab v Womens SillrHose and tan b SOc to i 1 0 and mercerized 0tthose white and tau 25c to 1I1 IhIi Embroidery Match Ennbrbidery lou cings Embroidery All OversSGinghams Per rcarpets Rugs MattIng IngrTh c 35c tqf75c Vlv4 Carpets OOc r Axniinister Uaroets 100 fJIaneief fjinoleums 4c Oil 25 tf 35cIRugs SO 50 to 00 Veivet Rugs liJ50toSl p113x12113x12 Axministpr Rugs 27o6 d Noble Reg 2640 Foaled 1906 handsome Denmark 36s2 Thorton Denmark Denmark though is finished a perfect Judges such Wm Bowling Green W Railey a gaited is Hughes yearwas outsrdp defeated a Stallion seasons remakabie yearlipg suckling in f Denmarks both Missouri heri show 5 superiors 20 Insure Living PRIOR CLfilSVI Highly H poker Chicago Harnabee ickcJlyiJBriruanoci ylsavis rdraw comedian holding have comcCru DaMIfI cartfuliv yedJiis euthijr I Common education a naiided STdiluatcs speaking outside thought witUut lUtSaict themselves UMptHr rIkf txrf- ore iJHcuheut taui crlr civ hosei back white white ki Misses Child reDS bill 35 Misses 50 Sets lrpets td60c Coib Brussell Chesnut 500 PAIRv ILace Curtains 40c to 5 IWall Paper 4cto20e I IiuoninghathOucanCoC icolts LpsIlia 1ooqRoLL7 It56U4j4 it4 44 IRedI inches high Wigng 1150 pound He is sired by the stallionfarmedtheir advertisement said He is a Very handsome1 anyYodySelse horse either in harness or under the saddle LyleWilkessonprojenitor the world ever knew BrownheWilkesI4658 2d dajm American Clay 34 3rd dam by Mam bnrio Chidf 11 Red Bird Jrv was shOwn one Sseasonal the Burksville and Columbia fairs and won both saddle and harness sweepstakes He wiji serve arcs at a v tr2 To Insure J 4 f qwillrtmrd my samo Jacksat 10 to insure a irving coitj Season is due when mares traded off or parted with t I B LEACHMAN- AIB SPRINGFIELD KY AAuun nn nnn r nnnn nn if San Breaker I Will matte the season ojf 1912 at my farm S miles from Freder iickstown and six miles fromi Springfield V si12 Jo tare ji Colt to Stand aild Suck San Breaker Trials alff 12 and 216 I1 brown horse 15 34 hands high foaled 1903 halljbrother to lleddie CnnQr tri J 209 f Sai Breakefisby San Maleo JI25 he by Sirtmons 2744 He by George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie Lcir 215vl2J bt Nutbreaker 2352 he ty NutwcocfeOO V jMoney due when colttis foaled mate parted with or bred else Swhere Allen retamedjjn colts for s nfc fee WJll als at ame time dIJlilce stand e fine Jac- kiLj lGovernor ckl + iiGovertor MQ ia bTaok Jnjrk wi thii white points 15 hands inch rod has proven himself to be a sure foal getter He will make the season at i 8 for n Horse Mule r and 10 fdra Mare Mule s l J WiIIetSbnt S Every Bllsi Ws ait Roa ariniz s the imporbne otconJziig allbusineSs d teephane both loca1 and long dijtance It is economy in time 9nd mon yr IJnoojcelleJ telephone service can be bad tailshlIlinesfthe CurvLorl1n Telephone and Telegraph Company distuifl onnecoris tojall importanppojnts injthe United Rates reasonable service the bdsjt AIPANYenco i porated r LT The LquisvpeI i Ever ing Post urti NoV l11bar 1IO arid the NewsLeader 6 ieyearfOr2OOii to I v 5 r i rN i 7 r w DR ft T BURTON oi f RKSIOENT DENTIST i T j All Work Guaranteed PHONE 162K 4H ItpIQElingan Block uptaIr- L l SPRINGFIELD KY A = + iDR J rj iHUDL fri Pl1Ybiciall and Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 ams lto2pmo- verJDffices Haydons Drugstor rfW jWJFQR1GSBY 4ATTORI4EY AT LAW OWeD over Peoples Burik- BMIINDFIELDIt Kf D MWHYATT J f 0 Office over Rod Cross Drug l Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 am to12 m4 to 5pm JOHN Yi11 MOTES i FUNERAL uiHtCTOR AID LICENSED EMBAIMER R TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRlNGFlELU O EnRW F TRUSTY PRACTICAL J DENTISTl Office over Haydorf 4 Barer Dental work at reasonable prices ILwprk guaranteed T SPRINGFIELD KX Railroad Schedule 4V Following is the time schedule 1 now in effect on tio Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad 12Y10 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 pm Bardstown Junction 622 p m Bardstown 6C6 pm arrives at Springfieldt 655 p w 1 L42Leaves Springfield at 600 a m Bardstown 6 45 a m B rd town Junction 730 a m far e at Louisville 820 a in No43Leas Louisville ap 720 a mot Bardstown Junction 8i55 a m Bardstown 1005 a m 2 arrives atSpringdeld 1140 m j No 44 Leaves Springfield at 11O pm Bardstown 220 pin 4 Rrdstown Junction 410 pm arrives at Louisville 545 p u t iie Kentucky iii ursery CO Incorporated Landscape Work Our pecaftYt rJSbade Ornamental and Fiuifc TreEs Shrubs Hedge and Flowers it Nursery located on Bardstown 1Road Dept Louisville t I Write for catalog S ee i r4dojph flertlein p Local Represenlative 1Vitaitt and Shade Jrees 4 Strawberry Plants a4Vines Asparagus r Rhubarb Roses Peonies4 andPhlo I f lyerjthing For Orchard Lawn and Garden Free Catalog No Agents v V HF Hillepmejer Sons Lexington Ky I nrli nWnmWn UU irmt vvuvu uia rliiF I II T ttLocal Happenings of Interes LatestII i IiIian AIIAbout Acquaintances Yourselfl Friends T nTO PI1 C SSii 1 M B4Q M MOO Early tomato plants ready l JohnsonlFoR SALOneLyearJFngmul i Turner Derringer FOR SALETwo sows and pigs YH Leachmati FOR SALEOne good family mare and one goodwork horse Harry Derringer FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs 50 cents per setting Mrs J W Tucker iMr WN Stumph Rout No 3 has for sale fine white Pekin duck egg 50 cents per setting of 13 Indiap Runner Duck Eggs 51 per Setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss Lido Grundy Early cabbage and cauliuYmr plants nowready W ll Johtison FOR SALE 10 pair 2yearold mare mules Will sell in pairs if taken it Once Goddard Grundy tirsC L Brady rrS has or sale Barred Plymouth Rojck eggs 100 for the first setting and 75 cents for secWd IFOIl SALThree goc4storkl T P OBryan Newest things in Derby shapes at Wathen Shaders See them Mr Turner Derringer has for sale Barred PJymoth eggs 50c per setting off 10 A lull line of Peruna chicken feed B D Lake Co NOTICE STOCKMENI have a good Jack which I will eiher sell or farm R L Clements Remember Leachmnn Camp beil when you are in the market for refrigrators or ice boxes FoR SALE An extra nice driving mare Safe foranybody to drive WG Grundy New line of stylish trim med hats at- Wathen Shaders Leachman Campbells is the place to buy your refrigrators and ice boxes Will save you money and get wDat you wantt FOR S AL E Sicgle Comb RhBde Islaml Rod eggs at 5Uc per setting Mrs Walter Lewis Every day or so we get in new iritLtned hats Ajways spme thing new at Mrs Williams Misi Pearl fcjmothhrs Willis burg R F D No1 has for sale Columbian Wandott eggs Call by phone Mooresviile ex change A splendid new line of suits skirts petticoats and corsets Come in and see them Mrs Williams My vegatabte plants are grown from the best seed that din bt bought and are true to name Vvill Johnson FOR SALEi phaeton excel lent matte and just as good as new Also desire to rent one roomy carriage house Mrs J W Lewis fOOd me have your order now c01eusIWill Johnson V II IiWOOL II Bring US YOUR WOOL I I 1 tV IMcClureV Mayes III r Barn On April 4th to the wife orlrTD Tapp a son JJj Mr and Mrs W E Leachinan fare rejoicing over the arrival of a son W E JLieaohman Jr If ypU have had no luck with roses buy some of my pedigreed plants I guarantefe them to Iieand blonru Will Johnson A big Stock of refrigrators and iceboxes on display at Leacv man Oampbells 650 to 35 00 Buy now while you have a big stock to select from 1 have the best stock I have ever hadaflkinds of bedding and decorative plants and bulbs Special prices to club Will orders Johnson S O Buff Orpington cockrels and hens 100 each S 0 Or pington and S C Brown Leg horn eggs 100 for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 1OO for15 Mas L LITSEY FOR SALE A b1fck jack with white points 15 hands high by J R Durham Clark jack and his d tin is bv Horace Litseys old Black Hawk G W Fenwick Springfield Ky r r 4 IJ1 have a iul line of wagons and vehicles of all kinds at the Washington Uoujiiy Tobacco Warehouse and L willbe here every Saturday apd county court day Parties deslnng to see me can get me by phone at any time Call 223 ni Curtsinger MrsSarn Tucker Springfield r rl hjas for sale pure bred S C R I Rajd eggs 50 cents yard 00 frfoin pen also one nice Indian RannerDfalce will hook order now fr day old chickens ut 10 cents ach Also your choice of R I R C at 50c and 75c each We have the best equip ped trimming room in town Good CitytTrimmer who is a most competent in designing and trimijiingi Let us do your worl 1MrsWilliams j Mrj and Mrs Leroy Reed Mrs annie Leachnaan Misses Ella and Sue Duncan and Messrs G D and TJhos Duncan attended the Gajth birthday celebration of Mrs Alice Funk n Louisville SunJay and aU spent a very enjoy be day Mrsi Funks manyj Washington county friends hope that she may celebrate many more such happybirtbdays A ex Adams was tried in thei PoUcO C urt yestfrd ty on n charge of Breach of the Peace committee by beating his wife He arid his wife had some dis agreement and special Policeman Alex Webb happened to be near and heard lIecOI and goirg in found Adams and his wife in u lively tight tie had several marks of blos on his heid and at the time the officer found them Adams had his vifes arm clenched in his teeth lie im mediately arrested Adams and took him to jail On the trial Adaujs declared he had dote nothijng to the dog gone nigger woman but the Court having sufficient evidence 1ha he had almihis ered tine olsu and costs Rober tsonBrown Mn and Mrs G I Robertson announce the engagement pff their daughter Miss Mattie Robertson to R C Brownof Lebancirirphle wedding will take place in April CoulterHaydon Mr Frank Hayden and jPealie Ci uter were MisRI tie residence of Rev JJ A near Wiilisburg last Ifuesday afternoon The bride is a daugh ter of Mr Jas M Coulter and is a popular ana ajLtractiye young lady while the groom is au in dustrious farmer Of the Polin neighborhoodV Shewmak iRan Mr Glen Ryan and Miss Eva Suewmaker both of Pcrlliam vere married by Rev J Av Sims ut his residence yesterday morning The bride is a daugh urot Mr D A1 iShewmaker and Is general favorite in her Qeiglboihood while tile groom 1V u = fl IflB D LAKE COIfl IWe Jkllico hidle I only the Coal best grades 1and give 80 pc inds to the bushel Get our prices CORN OITSC STRAW AND HAY t tiices are always right Full Lihe Chicken Feed Chi keniiowder is the proper feed for Pen I healthyLittle IgrowScratcht B IIIw who is a son of Mr M P Ryan is a young man who lands well with everyb idy Easter Sunday Easter Sunday wnI appropri atey celebrated in b th catholic and prolestantchurc es Sunday All having sermon and music for the occasion At St Rose as llenn high mass was celebrated lit 8 oclock by Rev Father H enfus as celebrant and Rev V Flood and Rev G B Daw ins as deal con and suGd acon jspectively A very eloquent rmcui was delivered bvRev F her Flood on Christs Viclorj pverlDath iin the Resurrection The music by the choir under ie able dij rectiQn of Mrs EftU Rowerison was very creiitahle deed The Kyne Gloria and Agnus DCI of the mass wer the composition of Rev G 3 Dawkins and are composition that would do credit to the ost famous musical couiposers pr while it is classic music oj the highest type it also has inVjji itIle proper ty ofpltasi 1glhenf f t untrained ear It is a masterpi rein church music BesIdesie regular mejnbors of the cho r they wero ably assisted by pssrs A FL bhultz and Law rc OBrian and Misses Louise hydon and Nellie Simms Mr Robertson on the organ was ccOinpanieU by Rvy Falhtr aknsaui Richard Roberson n the violin and Hamilton Taptf111 the C9r net Father Dadhs who is aI master musician h s1under his charge at present aiaigo music class 1ViV VFl WANTED 50 Boys and 0 Girls On Vediiestlay I rii J3 the e will be a meeting ijthe boys and the girs of the cjuniy filL6p purpose of orguii iniu boys corn and poiito clubs aid icls poul t TtryThe applicsintr jinust be lbe tween l10 etrs ah 20t years fa- ge aud have bPI enrolled in the schools of iibe bunty within the lastyetrVThe Commission r of Agriculture will furnish fehe seed corn fee through the unly Super intenlents the 1Ir ill not cost a cent ttJ joi thse clubs besides some vllu band hand some premiums y ill he irivetti flOnly white boys ajtd white girls are eligible tti jtiin 4Watch paper next week ffqffjinore details J W Hulji Co Slipttil Special Cffptice Mjiclf El t nd reil f pringfield KyR tilSisjn p il IOIrto lnJ fully hQrsEsIiMy terms aio re onttblb and 1 guurantne sisfuf ion IIf you are in Ores13 it pjiy you to see me Mi 1lk Heudren I One tiida half miles WtStoT Mackville on Si igtiehl pUce Why Our Price Are IIIWfthaye our the timber audI ining mill itpI town and do onrjivnvrjrk No nddle Man InP wic M111is Q j Not All VpersonsJ1iaving claims against the estq4Jof Elmer A Anderson decet41 wilLpreaent sime to me prop ly proven on or ntfore Jun Is 1912 JIAnfersonJ cr cJl PERSUNAl Iint MJsd Eilen Wathen is in Louis ville this week buvingniillinery Mr and Mrs Wathpn Simrns spent Tuesday in Louisville Miss Loreua Puce has ratu ru ed to Bardstjwn Mr andMrs T WSitnmsSr were IL Louisville Tuesday IM Hood Qunningham is in Indiana Ii5 week Hun W D Claybropke was in Frankfort yesterday Mrs Hamilton Robtilson Missys Nellie Simrns and Louise Haydon were in BaJdstown Tuesday J tMr S C McGill nuLl duujrhitr Miss Nellie were in Lebanon Tuesday Ms W V Sulhrd Mis W J Russell and VUss Bessie Campbell wore in Lout5yiIe- Tut sua Messrs Arthur Mcf ill Rich ard Sp iiL g dd JHas HI1Jduo1 Jr AVI in Lebanon Sunday Mr Geo Edelen of Louisville were here this w elr Mr JAI1 Sturgeon lefri his morning for his home in North Carolina Mr Beit ttughes of Lebanjr was here Wtdncaday Mr Dudley Duuttr kft lr hisf home iii North Carnfina after l spending the winter here Mrs Heffernun RuUel has re turned to Ltbanoti after aIn ex tended visit to her mother Mrs Silhe Sunms Ii Mv Hen E Sfrnts has returned from EI Laso Texas much IllPIOd in health Mr Hennie Wathen and Mr1 Chester Burlcej of Lebanon were here Sot day IoIrs WP Trusty spent tne week in New Hope Messrs AJonison Onn ami A lv bhuh were in Hloointipld Suzda VIMr G C7 Wharlon ctltncilt th Dis rict C nyentiOfl at Eiizt4 bethtaxu Tuesday Mnssrs John Grace Joe Bishop W P OnjLsbv W F iIiHaud quite a large num ber of others whose Blames we have not ltu tiod attended the Republican Convention in L uHt ville yesiejrday Miss Eleanor Duncan llef y6sj lerday for Luisvlle vler she vvili undergo an operaioiJon her ihoa She was accompanied dCllklnSIor viii is visiting relatives h9re t If ycu have pOll cluctrens c licketi chbivderfor one trYI It wilimake thfcm lay and ilv m healtny B D Lake Co Mr T A Austin who hag b on in charge of the Cumber land Telephone Go at this place s hasresigned atd Mr IL P McV Chord who was in charge bore i several years ag6 is now mana b bouniversial satisfaction and wore jj6ice to welcome him and his inmulyback HeNotice The subscribers of the Knob Lick Roaflar required tof meet at the office of T S May sont Saturday April 13 to appoint n building comu ittce for saidi pike f = rLlIr iJi r t 4 I I 1II I 1 where is being displayed one of the msot ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION i of SPRING STYLES ever shown in thisJ cityI ia aII Otlneadyj tto Wear DoartmntsIIIE tTiai3 ve uppi leading styles in Ladies Tailored Suits and Dresses Shirts Waists Muslin Underwear k I Silk and Satin Petticoats Auto Coats Cpr Hosiery Gloves and Neckwear ri IIsetsI ns Wash Drfesses from 5Qcents upV j jc I NewestStyiesi nl san I boys suitscO1 dI hosiery and gloves IItars trouble to show goods Ihere 1i fULL TOCK ILadie cotlton I The Roberts GfayBrooke Co 1 L INCOKPORATEp 1 lI 1 iE 1TheLIFee 1500 to a Living Colt IJei tUrk G i96V Sarah hamilton 48u3 Uabells Joe Brown 1955 Liza Griffjn Chestnut Dare f Mattie Hamilton 1019 t for ii II C1 blls Lexington 3234 f Doxfcr l Chester 2 ff of r4 Bi of 4 t f ti tJ WIldIndln 1DlD If Lexington Ti Nan pr 70 rleau Early Bird is a hands high star oind snip foaled1909Vweigtabouf145 Heavy inaneV and tail good body and good clean limbs and back Goes all gaits smooth ejach one distinct A horse Trots a good flatfooted trot Plenty style and action Early Birdw showqby Mr Mack at Danville Harrodaburg Stanford Springfield and 1ast e rand won seven blue six red ribbbns winning more rib on8 outside the county than any other stallion in the countyi Be sure to see him before you bretnl Service fee due when colt is foalod or is parted withand bred Lien re taine1oncuit to secure service fee Care takento prevent accident but rot responsible should any accurVf At same time and place will als stand my two fine jacks VCLARK JR iClark JrV5 by Dick Old Crark and out of a jennet by BJig Mack he out of jennet byGoyWooja Clark Jr is t hands high years old is a big flat boned fellow and has proven himselfI superb breeder1 10 TO A COLT TO SUCK TI It4OLID DICK l tRROTT TACK will also make the season This jack is in fine sHape and is ready and willing at all times This jack ilif too well his enviable reputatipnspeeks foritseifSSIO TOJNbURE A COLT TO SUCK W NALLYmi- les3 from town on Ky R 5 tIPUBLIC SALEI Horses Buggies IHarness Wagons etc1 IHliving to go out of business I will on Main St on Saturday April 113 192- i 2 II- J liltlonc oclock pV m otTer de to the highest bidaer good driving and work and 2 good driving aiiB rood maresJJ buggies 2 buck olrds 1 two horse wagon 1 wagonette 1 surrey sets harness set breeding lob bles andufther articles too nutn rou to mention PERMSAhI sums of 10 dnd under cash over tlut amdunV note with good security bcaamg six per cent interest due January 1st 1018 f T r S M Campbel Auctionee ii I I r Insure jVM t6tBaileys VV DolhierL Dare 4 Daunt j Beau mmel Kemnore SallieB GistliBIackHawk CaeTPsi 1Elastc BlacK eGiurt4721 fRedChief Jewel Denmark l DanVSpaldings llDau Chestnut Sorrel14 good Hughes walking Perryvillo Monticella and I blue whenmare elesewhere Durhams a 5 a INSURE STAND AND W I j Vnfrcomment SJTAND AND Ml MackvilleI pike Springfield decided Corses several f OBRYAN =CI t iskefk f 4ctxing RINK1f OPEN EVERY iII f Tuesday and Friday Nights j jrEACH WEEK tt tI 12500 i wilt be given away free int J Comeaflt r a voting contest cr helpp ome ne win L Ltheprize A I L BUNgI W f fA i Tkrl If TheP- HH T Tde 7 LIiS Yijha Li Iu= HlillillH MU 1 iHiM t Ci iif rnic yen always have enough entrt ik MtUined Iiaialbal freaiytly reassured her toI UiU yetet Ton would t let DttakMiytMiictkftttrMKot true Han yHna ywi sri quite sure you have BcT r WMI ltst Jluci7rIhUT f Tla e MA beet rJNItklBc kenelf for her i n iigiiit ot thi tMli ak e Mad meant JwVAiM Reck foe kbm cad had done aig Now H WM too late for her Wj RrpJy to fIttereet fienelf IB his liiiW yM MlMa1ett for the east J wHY nnieter kirn If she bad Lek It WM yoMlfete to trust the JwNw aI wouM have mad Urn her IsM Ht ere ihi MB Met a pct he t UMitl a 4uM w 4peadence Tom 4pfoe falttIM t reasons was equal ly vt of the question She thought Ie Mr Maknty What kind of a man is Mr MaJ hay HaBBibaIlfHVi an awful slice man Miss Bet JiXMly ke never lets on a bootys got te Isd It out for his own self pheatet like Ue judge e DeeiliedriDk too Hannibal z ut1oaed Betty Ok yes when he can get the J licker he does It was evident that HauMal was cheerfully tolerant of tfeia weakness OB the part of the auUre Maaaffy By this time Betty was ready to weep over the child wltk Ms knowledge of shabby vice t i his fresh young faith In those old t tatterdtmalloas Bat no matter what they do they are very very Wad to your she con tisued tremulously YM ma ani why Miss Betty theyre lovely meal Aad do you ever hear the things apekea of you learned about at Mrs Fenia Sundayschool Whee the judge If drunk he talks a heap about em Its beautiful to shear him then youd love It Miss Betty and Haaalbal smiled up sweet ly lato her face Dos he tare you go to Sunday k school la J1a1 IThe boy llrtIaint got no clothes thats fltten to wear nor ao pennies td give but the judge he lows that as Boon as he cam make a raise I got to go and hes Iteming me my letters but we aint a book Mies Betty I reckon itd atump you some to guess how hes bet It for me to learn Hes drawn the letters for you is that the way1InspIte of herself Betty waa experiencing a certain re rulilon of feeling where the Judge and Mahafly were coacerned They were doubtless bad enough but they could 4r have been worse No maam he done soaked the label off oae of Mr Pegloes whisky bottles and pasted It on the wall just ashlgkasmychiksoslcanseolt good and hea learning me thata way Maybe youve seen the kind of bottle I meanPeglocs Mississippi Pilot Pore Corn Whisky But Man r albala bright lltUe face fell He was quick to see that the educatlpnal ISItem devUed by the Judge did not 1m Frea Betty at all favorably She drew him lato her arms Yon shall have my booksthe ft books I learned to read out of when I waa a little girl Hannibal iqJg learning from the label pret ty wefvsald Hannibal loyally But youll like the books better 5 CrWU you see them I know just ve1 are for I happened on them on ft shelf in the library only the other day i After they had found and examined t jkeHoka and Hannibal had grading JLli fly admitted that they might possess certain points of advantage over the jaa L he and Bety went out for a andjUJof the forest that rose along the Ar kaaaae coast Their steps bad led theyItoo looking off Into the west waa here that Betty had said goodby to Bruce Carrlngtbn It might have been months ago and it was only days She thought of Charley Charley with his youth and hppe and high courage unwittingly enough she had led him on to his death A sob rose In her throat Hannibal looted up Into her face The memory of his own loss was never verjrslong absent from his- mind and Miss Betty had been the Victim of a similarly sinister tragedy He recalled those flrsk awful days ot loneliness through which he had lived when there was no Uncle Bobrort comIpa111oal Why you are crying what about deartaked Betty cud- denly iNo maam I aint crying said 4SSSSHasaibal stoutly but hIs wet lashes gave the lie to his words Are you homesick do you wish go back to the Judge and Mr toI I Children Cry for Fletchers 1I TIleKind You Have Always Bought land vhlch has been In use for over 30 years has borne the signature of Jandhas been made under his per s z sonal supervision since its Infancy tWG Allow no one tjo deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with andendanger the health of Infants and Children Experience Against Experiment What is OAiTORIACostoria is a harmless substitute fojr Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays ITcverishncss If cUres Diarrhoea and Wind Colic it relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIAI ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought I In Use For Over 3O Years ccMPANr rr smctr crrr No maamIt aint thatI was Just thinking Thinking about what dear About my Uncle Bob The small face was very wistful Ohand you still miss him so much Hannibal I bet I doI reckon anybody who knew Uncle Bob would never get over missing him they just couldnt Miss Betty The Judge Is mighty kind and so Is Mr Mahaffytheyre awful kind Miss Betty and It seems lUce they get kinder all the tinebut with Uncle Bob when he liked you he Just laid himself out to let you know That does make a great dl etI ence doesnt It agreed Betty sadly Weretlbentyou Bob IsI alive like the judge says and heai ever going to find me he had ought to be here by now continued Han nlbal anxiously But It hasnt been such p great while Hannibal Its only that so much has happened to 70uIf he was very badly hurt It may have been weeks before he could travel and then when he could perhaps he went back to that tavern to try to learn what had become of you But we may be quite certain he will never abandon his search until he has made every possible effort to find you dear That means he will sooner or 4ater come to west Tennessee fdr there will always be the hope that you have fund your way here Sometimes I get mighty tired waiting Miss Betty confessed the boy Seems like I Just couldnt wait no longer He sighed gently and then his face cleared You reckon hell come most any time dont you Miss Betty Yes Hannibal any dayor hour Whoop muttered Hannibal soft ly under his breath Presently he asked Where does that branch take you to He nodded toward the bayou at the foot of the terraced bluff It empties Into the river an swered Betty- Hapnlbal saw a small skiff beached among the cottonwoods that grew along the waters edge and his eyes lighted up Instantly He had a juvenile passion for boats Why you got a boat aint you Miss Betty This was a charming and an Important dlscoyery Would you like to go down to it inquired Betty Deed I would Does she leak any Miss Betty dont know about that Do boats usually leak Hannibal Why you aint ever been out row 70uandtherea boat They bad started down the pathI used to think that too Hanni bal how do you suppose It Is that when people grow up they forget all about the really nice things they might What use is she if you dont go rowing in her persisted Hannibal Oh but it Is used Mr Tom uses it In crossing to the other side where they are clearing land for cotton It raves him a long walk or ride about the head of the bnyou Like I should take you out in her Miss Betty demanded Hannibal with paipltatlng anxiety They bad entered the scattering HanIIheard might have bern only the rust ling of the wind among the branches overhead in that shadowy silence but Bettys nerves the placid nerves of youth and perfect health were shat teredDidnt you hear something Han IJjldnthA whispered fearfully WOMANS TRJiALSIThe fcmrdnu a woman hat to Garry through life are many but they can bo J if she wUl turn toDr Pierces Favorite Prescription A soothing and SMvssIlbsIq esrviaeubduing nervous excitability prostration hysteria hot Ih ISd the y symptoms which may be caused by distmsiDg ills peculiar Se wesa For those dra inido ra pain or distress and for the derange aeMs sad Irr ularitici the H Favorite Prescription has had many thousand of i MIealk frMapeople living in every part of America Another important rHf7 w ae is that this medicine is made from efficient medicinill roots wMttt HM ef aleebol narcotics or any injuricue agents full list of ingredi att iivwt ea kwnpper and sworn to V Piercewho is President the Invalids un brDrR itr fimil Institute at Buffalo Z N Y Every woman is invited to write to this Institute and receive confidential and sound medical advice entirely I without cost from one who makes the diseases of women tL V his specially especiallIthe past seven years I sitffertd from pains In the back andA 7 ovaries TrIed ninny remedies but found only transient relief natil I was persuaded by a friend to try Dr Pierces r FavoritePrescription After giving this remedy a fair triall I foa d ttt It would do Just what It Is recommended to do Iusedln till sovnthottW I cannot peak too highly y of Dr Pierce e remedies for all female derangements SS1SD1 Ptorf Pleasant Pelltt TtAuUte liver Ills FOr answer nantuwu po terlouaiy had glancing In tha dlrec tra be Indicated Betty saw a wocax advancing tno n lt the path toward them The look of alarm iBlowly died out of this eyes r tjilnk Its the overseers niece she told Hannibal and they kept on toward the boat The girl came rapidly up the path which closely followed the Irregular line ot the shore In Its windings Once she was seen to stop and glance back ver her shoulder her attitude Intent and listening then she hurried forward again Just at the boat the three met Goqd evening said Betty pleasantly The girl made no reply to this she merely regarded Betty with a fixed stare At length she broke the sl1 lence Abruptly I gj t something I want to say to you you know who r am I reckon She was a girl of about Bettys own age with a certain dark sullen beau ty and that physical attraction which You Neednt Be Afraid Got Some thing Important to Say Tom In spite of his vexed mood had taken note of earlier In the day You are Bess Hicks said Betty VMajke the boy go back toward the house a spellIgot something I want to say to you Betty hesitated She was offended by the girls manner which was as rude as her speech aint going to hurt you you neednt be afraid of me I got something Im portant to saysend him off I tell you there aint no time to loser The ImpatientlyBetty aqd he passed slowly back along the path He went unwillingly and he kept his head turned that he might see what was don c even If he were not to bear what was said wiTh1t will do ilannijtalwit there donttgo any farther Betty called after him when he had reached a point sufficiently distant to be out of hearing if iconversatlon carried on In an ordinary tone Now what Is It quickly anY1thlngtogirl with a scowl Her manner was still ferce and repellant and she gave Betty a certain jealous regard out or her black eyes which the latter was nt a loss to explain Wheres Air Tom she demanded Trim Why about the place SuppOseIn his office perhaps So BettyIaint about the place elth- er He done struck out for Icmphls twoi hours after sunup and whats morcj he aint coming back here to night There was a moment of si lenc The girl looked about apprehensively She continued fixing her black eyes on Betty Youre here alone at Belle Plain you know what happened when Mr Tom started for Memphis last tmeI reckon youall alat forgot that Betty felt a pallor steal over her face She rested a hand that shook on the trunk of a tree to steady her self shortlyI1ont Belle Plains as good as his If anything happened to you B1a great effort Betty gained a roeabure of control over herself She tookfa step nearer and looked the girl steaJHly in the face Perhaps you will stop this sort of talk and tell me what Is going to happen to meIf you know she said do you reckon Mr Norton was shot I can tell you whItWIJ alOng ofyourthal was W It- ter girls furtive glance which searched and watched the gathering Shadows camp bjfjjr aa It always tid c tk 2kWt1t Mjbko Pear1403944 III Record 228J trial 2 18 Bay Horse JJBS hiindblgli weight 1250lbs foaled 1903 Sired by Moko 24457 sire of futurity j liners Wil waIte the season at the Fair Grounds at 11b Insure a Living Colt or1O Cash at Time of Service ti 1 g i qo a t Molt 24457 Brother to Bumps 2 14- Sii of 79 in 230- ln uding B renda Ydflce 204f Fereno 20 i Native Belle 3 2061 Silver 20S5Si293GaAlso sire of the dafti oC The Har ye er2Ol 1 1JLittM Pearl r Rford22t JJ- ofDab Moko Pearl 2 t Money colt is mare parted bred t = nai u = flLI lit saier tnan he was I Sell youl and she sucked In her br Ith sharply between her full red a What do you n an faltered Betty IIDo you reckon youfa safo here In the big house alone 1 Why do you reckon Mr Tom clear out for Mem phis It was becaus he couldnt be around and have any Ing happen to youthat was whrand the girl sank her voice to a vhlsper You quit Belle Plain now onight justias soon asyou can This is absurdyare to frighten meIDidthey stop with rylnfeto fright en Charley Norton emanded Bess with harsh Insistence Whatever the prom tinge that In spired this warning ey plainly had nothing to do with Ither liking 9r sympathy Her don4baUng emotionS seemed to bo a sulleni1sort of ment which lit up with a dull fire yet her feelings were so clearly and so keenl Ipersonal that Betty understood the active that had brought her there tie explanation she found left her pondering just where and how her wn fate was linked with that of U poor white You have been wi ting some time to see me she asklcj Ever since along bout noon You were afraid to come to the house I didnt want to seen there And yet you knew I was alone whoslwatchingBetty Again the girl slumped tier food with angry Impatient e Youre Just wasting time Just fool in it awayand ouJ Int got none to spare You must tell me what I have fearI must kpownore or I shall stay just wherotl am Well then stay The girl turned away and then as qu tOy turned back and faced Betty one more reckon hed kill me If he newl reckon Ive earned that alriidy Of whom are yoI Hell have you awiiy from here tonight Het wh and what if I refuse to j i Did they ask whether he wanted o live or dieT came the sinister qti A shiver passed It tlonIwas It all aga groped among the raves with the hand of death heavy ipoii him A moment later shti was alone The girl had disappeared There Were only the shifting shado as the wind tossed the branches if the trees the bands of golden ght that andIalong the empty pam The fear the unknown leaVed ip afresh In tys soul In an insUi it flying feet had borne her to the boj side- Comecome quick Hannibal she gasped out and seized his hand What is It Miss Betty Whats the matter asked as they fled panting up the tt races I dont knowo y we must get away from here jut as soon as wo can then be look of alarm on the childs face she added more quietly Dont be Tightened dear only wo mqst go way from Hello Plain at once But where they were to go she had not msldered Reaching the hoe they stole to Bettys room Her wellfilled purse was the Important thing that togeth er with some nQ sssary clothing went Into a small ndbag You must carry tils Hannibal ir any one sees us ave the house theyll think it som lag you are tak lair away she eta med Hannibal nodded understandlIy Dont you trust ur niggers Miss Betty he whlspe d as they went from the room w 1 only trust You Adearl What makes you o Was it something that woman told 70uT Are they coming after us 4 Betty Is Captain Murrell 7 itI Captain MurrellH There was terrorfandand white and slim rested against the black fabric of er dress Dont you be scr ed Miss Betty ITheyterIracepnder deep purple ot fwl feht tbett Do you reckon It were Captain Murrell shot Mri octon Miss Bet1 baron Wilkes 4768 Record i18 Sire of 19 in 210 Sire of 152 in 230 Sire of dams of 189 Grand sire of 714 r Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230 Granddam of 2 in 3J Hinder Thomas 40393 Sire ofi in23Q sire of dambf 230 Isolene Dam of Little Pearl 221 granddam of Moko Pearl 285 4 George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 Sire of dams of 20J Grandsire of 3160 in 230 Belle Patchen Great brood mare Strathmore 408 Sire of 89 in 230 Sireof dams of 212 Grandsire of 228 in J Princess Ethel Great brood mare Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 230 Sire of dams of 15 Omndaire of lain 230 Heralga Dam of lsire Plumstone 3269 Sire of 6 in 230 Sire of darns of 4 Alice Loraine Grand dam oft ittle Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 228t Sue when foaled wither trying glance speaking barley Norton seeing Hannibal seeing tyf tasked Hannibal In a BhuOdering whisper cfoHush Oh hush Hannibal It Is too awful to even speak of and sobbing and half hysterical she covered her face with her hands But where are We going Mis Betty asked the boy I dont know dear She had a agonizing sense of the nights approach and of her own utter helpless ness Ill tell yqu what Miss Betty lets gd to the jjudge and Mr Mahaffy said Hannibal Judge Price Shebad not of him as a possible protector Why Miss Betty aint I told you he aint afraid of nothing We could walk to Raleigh easy ifyou dont wat your niggers to hopk up a team Ic youIBetty suddenly remembered the carriage which had taken the Judge tnt townSshe was sure It had not yet re turned We will go to the judge Hannibal George who drove him Into Raleigh has not come back if we hurry w may meet him on the road Screened by the thick shadows they passed up the path that edged the bayou at the head of the late they entered a clearing and crossing H Was Looking Into the Faco ofr Slosson the Tavernkeeper this they came to the cornfield lay between the house and the high road Following one of the shock rows they hurried to the mouth of the lane Hannibal I dont want to tell the Judge why j am leaving Belle Plain About the woman I mean said Betty You reckon theyd kill her dont you Miss Betty If they knew whatt sBbd done speculated the boy Itt occurred to him that an adequate ex planation of their llight would requite iirnnnrntlrfn iltino the judge was att all times singularly alive to the slight est discrepancy of statement They bad Issued from tho1 cornfield and went along the road toward Hulelgh Suddenly Betty paused Hark I1 she whispered It were nothing Miss Betty said Hannibal reassuringly and they hur ned forward again In the utter still ness through which they moved Betty heard the beating of her own heart 4hd the son and all but inaudible pat ter of tho boys bare feet on the warm dust of the road Vague forms that resolved themselves into trees and bushes seemed to creep toward them jout of the nights black uncertainty Jqnco more Betty paused tIt wero nothing Miss Betty said Hannibal as beforehand he returned to his consideration uf the Judge Ho sensed something of that intellectual nimbleness which his patrons physical makeup in nowise suggested since his face was a mask that usually left one in doubt as to just how much of what be heard succeeded In making its Impression on him but the boy knew that Slacum Prices blind side was a shelterless exposure You dont think the carriage could have passed us while we were crossing the cornfield said Betty No I reckon we couldnt amlssed II hearing It answered Hannibal Ho had scarcely spoken when they caught the rattle of wheels and the beat oZ hoofs These sounds swept nearer and nearer and the darkness disgorged the Belle Plain team and carriage PeorgeJ cried Betty a world of relief in her tones Whoa you and Qeorge reined In WhosdarrJA Hambletonian 10 I t Dolly Spanker f Mam Patchen 58 Sally Chorister Hambletonian 10 t Lady Waltermire Volunteer 55 Black Besfi JJRed Wilkes 1749 Lady Almont- Hermes 548 I Alga Harry Plummer 2976 J Bernardsville Maid Homer 1235 Pickahiny elsewhere as poueut v y =with his glance GeorgeSOh It you Missy Yes I wish you to drive me Into HanISnibal entered the carriage fonme to go along out o here prgedSoSoBetty jIts right dark fo fas driving Missy with the road Jes aimlnfo to bus yo springs with chuckholes InItI to dhectlon of Raleigh while he was ceaklng Its scandalous black Ir these heah woods Missy I IItlarJ never seen It no blacker ItThe perIrhaps hundred years then suddenly the horses came to a dead stop Georgeoand struck them with his whip but ithe horses only reared and plunged Hold on nigger said a rough voice out of the darkness coachmanegasped Don yo know die de Belle Plain carriage Take yo hans ofTen dem houses bits tTwo men stepped to the side of the carriagei your light Bunker said the ame rough voice that had spoken before Instantly a hooded lantern was uncovered and Hannibal uttered a cry of terror He was looking into the 1tace of Slosson the tavernke perI CHAPTER XIXI JInproltestBunker climbed Into the carriage Dont you be scared maam said the tavernkeeper who smelt strongly haMII In kindness IHow dare you stop my carriage cried Betty with a very genuine anI ger which for the moment dominated all her other emoUons She struggled her feet but Slosson put out a Ito hand and thrust her back soothinglylWhY hell This last waa addressed to the man who had taken Georges place 1on the box where a fourth member of Slossbns band had forced the coachman down Into the narrow space between the seat and dashboard and was holding a pistol to his head while he sternly enjoined silence 1With a word to the horses Jim swung about and the carriage rolled off through the night at a breakneck pace Bettys shaking hands drew Hannibal closer to ber side as she t feltl the surge of her terrors rise with in her Who were these menwhere could they be taking herrand fort what purpose The events of the past week linked themselves In tragic Be quence in her mind What was III she had to fear Was it Tom for whom these men were acting Tom who would profit greatly by her disappearance or death IThe swept past the entrance at Belle Plain past a break In the wall of the forest where the path light of stars showed Betty the cornfield she and Hannibal had but lately crossed and then on into pitchy darkness again She clung to the desperate hope that they might meet some one on the road when she could cry out and give the alarm She held herself in readlriess for this but there was only the steady pounding of the big bays as Jm with voice and whip urged thenr forward At last he ab ruptly checked them and Bunker and Slosson sprang from their seats Get down maam said the lat ter Where are you taking roe1 asked Betty In a Voice that shook Jn spite of her efforts to control It You must hurry maam urged Slosson Impatiently J wont move until I know where you intend taking me said Betty If I am to dieMr Slosson laughed loudly and indulgently You aint If you dont want to walk Im man enough fo to tdto 70UI We aint far to go and Ive tackled Jobs Id a heap less heart fo In my tlmehe concluded gallantly Prom 1the opppslte side of the carriage Bunker swore nervously Hedesired to know Ifthey were to stand there filthyIyou hold of that young rlpataveri said SlosBon Hes a perfect eellvoh- ad dealings with him afore YnptpAt tI 1 Bouncing Gpnnaaght 1572 + hiIMPORTED ENGLISH HACkNEY STALLION nWill make the seasonof 1912 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky at 15 To Insure a Living Colt r1O 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