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J 7 IESTABLISHED IN18834 r t J t NEW SEmESYOL XIXXNO 16 SPINGFIELD WASHING V N COUNTY APRIL 18 192 i t r f j e i L r IOOPENyE iff r 1llC NbED FROM OLD ADAM MfrEy tf InnwteftVLvtlclflf Young 2H M Ntki Saint He snisdtI tt A MtU lacWeat came up in dlsI CHMtec eya at tke X M A iiie ethr iffht tkat brought forth a story a friaaEwkekadoncebee a dl rector afth Bos club I was UmdlB In the door of the Boys etaVn said he extolling the 4ct tNp oot a WUeL blue sy 7MMtW wko HTM alttlng in a wfeMtow a Ieft away tram The itaMa aMMtor of th board of dlree t r t whoa 1 was doing theta ti4i1 WrMlfk how nice the little tof d eucb a placid face- Hdt ytwttr blue eye 81tt was sure M k4 lerely dtepofitlon I agreed jrtk fee YMfectlr Aa U might have tkeuckt so yet but for a rude awak atr A null boy leaned out of tM irtBiew aber ike model young I ctec He ka4 a xtedlciae ball one of tkoM Me leatker bag much like ft rHM Jeetball excep tkat It wa- sstiafdwltk eottos Tke ball had lost Itof its llliBg LltUe Algernon or JixiIe er whatever his name hap 4 to He leased out of the window Mi taktac deadly hal he dropped the MU4 ball quare on little Blue JByea liead The effect was volcanic Little Bey Blue poured out a string o- flotl1mhtka would have ahamed a a profeeiiioaaL 8ay 7811mutt Im after youl Wkea get up there Ill tear your ooI brock oil Then followed ii ttreMt of undiluted profanity tui4 sadly to the board member Both of us were disappointed Indl amapolto News i HAVE 1LMOST HUMAN BRAIN i IntelHfence ef the Elephant Proved jo Be Developed te a Marked DeFu The clepfeaat looks stupid enough but his Intelligence is developed to a marked Jefree Dr Romanes tells several interesting stories of these An Jmat A man was one day feeding a tam elephant with potatoes which Cothe elephant took from his hand A small round potato fell on the ground just out of reach v After wrtral unsuccessful attempts j to getk1kaz1ma1 blew strong a blaJtM etk against that was dashed iiia t a wall from which rebouaded so far that he easily reach ed it It ts said that an elephant will often blow lust beyond small objects out of reach so that the reflected cur rent of air will drive them towar4 him r Dr Romanes repeats the story of a elephant that was ChaIned to a treq near a little ovea IB which his driver hadJust baked some rke cakes When the 4rlver went away leaving his cakes to cool theeephant unfastened the chain from his leg uncovered the venOened It ate the cakes and fIcovered the oven with earth end stone as IJc had found it He then returned to his place and wound the t chain about his leg as it was before although he could not fasten it The driver on his return found the sic phant with his back toward the oven and looking innocent but the cakes t had completely disappearedYotitha Companion f Historic Churchyard i IThe Church of St George the Martyr whoge crypt it Is proposed to fit up for tHe church scouts famous ifor the eminent men burled Jnlta churchyard For this was for many yeArs the burial places of prisoners in the Marshalsea and Kings Bench and Illustrious prisoners were common there Bonner Bishop of London died In the Marshalsea and was burled in St Georges churchyard and here too are buried Ruihworth clerk of parlia ment in the days of Charles and the famous Cocker whose arithmetic book went through a hundred edl tloas The parish register records the marriages of Lilly the astrologer and General Monk This parish register narrowly escaped destruction tor at a public vestry in 1776lt was resolv d theiparish pkpers In a lump at three halfpence per poundLondon Chronicle t lurfllars Aid Collection Being a moral member of the community naturally I deplore burglar JeBaaid the church treasurer If 1 studied the welfare of the church 9aloneI should encourage thenf for Beit to the burglars themselves the people who profit most from an epi demic of small robberies are the churckeit With peace and safety relgnlhg In ft neighborhood householders leave most of their money at home when they go to church consequently they contribute in driblets but just let that same locality become infested with burglars an4 everybody takes his wooer to church and increases his e contribution proportionately Barrett From Hamburg course Tke public rooms of the Hamburg olbourse subject to very mild rules con p ducive to good order are open to all with very few exceptions Their use Is definitely forbidden to all female persons to individuals who have been deprived of their civic rights who are under some form of Judicial restraint who have been adjudged guilty of fraudulent bankruptcy Per baa adjudged toM iin simple bankruptcy theee unable to meet their oblifatkms and such as areforbldden the aae of Ute boors through the de ctetea Ott court of honor Mflr tiffS Mail LTJ XMUe Jeys refresh US co taatJ7 Ww hwetoed aa4 sever bajig d- igtaM treat MM like SBgarbread briefr ihu kftac greet sU ty aIIIMr IF Ms NV4ISSSSfliSMI at His 4IraYi TIiM ZeWieMws isa i at aeaM s TiVul aiM U MIl MftT IwsataMs aU SC wbsa- t w lswiL IUI r filE1 NEW4SLEAbI3R4 I I C us a K I so it it it is L Power of Eloquence j A Kentucky blacksmith was elected Justice of the Peace The first case he tried was llitiga- tion involving the ownership of a cow The lawyers on both sides were young ambitious arid eloquent says the Saturday Evening Post The lawyer for the plaintiff spoke for half an hour m his vein When he sat down the new justice said Ive dons heard enough plaintiff wins The lawyer for the other sfde protested that he had something tOsay too and that it was unfair to render a judgment until both paties to the action had been heard Go ahead and talk if son wanter Itsaid bis honor but my minds lone fully made up- The young lawyer went ahead for an hour He was a better orator even than his smiling aud triumphant adversary In his remarks on the cow lie intro duced among other topics the American Eagle the Southern Oross the Bonny Blue Flag and the Old Kentucky Home When he sat down the new justice said Well now dont that beat ajj defense wins IBrain Leaks Mans best investments are kind words chearful smiles and helpful deeds- Everybody loves the man or woman who has cultivated the art of listening What we want and what we need are two vastly different things for which to pray Nobody who pays telephone bills takes any stock in the sa ing talk is cheap The season of year is at hand when the city Lan does an awful lot of scientific farming in his mind Sometimes we wish somebody would establish a kindergarten school for the instruction of parents The time has at last come when people view with suspicion the man who admits that he is a hidebound partisan We can forgive that man much whose typewriting machine gets out of whack when he is an awful hurry to finish up and get awayPeople who are thinking of getting all they can out bf life often make the mistake of overlooking the necessity of putting something into it If only those who sowed wild oats had to reap them it Wouldnt be so bad The trouble is that innocent people have to do the most of the harvestingThe ConnonerS INotice to Creditors persons having claims against the estate of J T Reed deceased will present sage properly proven to the under WIIof May 1912 IcyTUCKER IFo SALE 10 pair 2yearold mare mules Will sell in pairs if taken e t onceII Goddard Grundy NEW QUESTION 1 Raised as to Number of Mem bers in Electoral College Washington April 11 A ruling from the Department of Justice as to whether the elec toral college that will choosethe next President iof the United States shall consist of 490 or 581 members has ben asked for by members of the House Committee on Judiciary Political activity in both parties has proceeded on the assumption that the larger number was correct but this now is questioned on the ground that the reapportionment of Congress does not become effective until March 4 next The question has created con siderable confusion but it will not effect the conventions as the national commit ees fixed tbe number of delegates arbitrarily in accordance with the new apportion rrent The question was aised by a publisher engaged in preparing an electoral chart When pre sented informally to officials of the House and Senate members of tthe Judiciary Committees of the two bodies and officials of the State Department the basis of 490 was generally declared to te correct Nominations for the electoral college already have been made hia number of States on the basis of the new apportionment of Congress The Constitution of the United States provides thatjbe electoral college shall be bated on the number of Senators and Repre sentatives to which the States are entitled inithe Congress Somg memberaj of the Judiciary Committee contend that the Congress means the existing Congress instead of an enlarged Congress based upon reapport iiunmeni IQ 1872 and Jin 1892 the new reapportionmeots apparently were accepted as the basis foi the electoral college It was said that the question never be fore bad been red Her Resignation Mis Rice Thurman who has beenassi tan principal of the Shelby Graded School for the past ten years has sent in her resignation to tthe Board of School Trustees to take effect in June She has been quite an acquisition tofour city both as an mstructior and iri society and her departure iis very much regretted by the host of friends she has made while here She has now under consideration two or three prospective positions that have been offered her She isa lady of hristian sincerity and belongs tjo one of oldest and bestknown families in the State Shelby Sentinel IJHome Coming For ExKentuckians Louisville Ky April 5 rue catchy solgan Meet us in our old Kentucky Home adopted by the Disciples of Christ tor ConI1532 has started a movement l i Skating RINK iOPEN EVERY I Tuesday anlMday Nights iEACH WEEK ti 12500 1 will be given away free in thrvoting contest Come and help someone dn the PrJZeI m BURNS MP fLoS W it amoncf exoKantuckians of the e nomination for a big homeco i ins in connection with the eve t Kentucky is known RS 9 Pioneer Battle Ground of le Disciples for the reason tlut many of the fatuous debates be tween their early leaders t id those of other denominatiiias were held in its principal cil and towns a Aside from nearly 150 00 members of the denomination the State now it is estimated that more than that number of native converts have migra ed to other States mostly to Jjysr souri where the Disciples are 175000 strong Indiana v Fth 154000 Tennessee 90000to jay nothing of other nearby Stt tes and in ttte Far West i With this home coming 44a ture and be fact that Louis It lIe is in the eo raphical center of more than one million of their hr1veIPIannedi t rirhistorThe local committee has ready engaged the big Louis tile Armory with its seating capci- ty of 20000 and all side ro ms and convention halls for fthe eveqtIGeorge A Jones secretar lof the committee states howe er that the homecoming feture will not be restricted to ex4en tucky members of the denomi nation Any former residentt and all others regardless of creed he declares Will be vel corned in the good oldfashi ned Kentucky way- Sheriffls Sale For Tais By virtue bf taxes due the Sc te of Kentucky and Washington couni for the years indicated below I or o le of my deputies will on MONDAY APRIL 22 191 offer for sale at the Court Houa door in Springfield Ky the propejr y scribed below or so much theIof as will satisfy the tax and costfSpringfield Precinct No Jl A house and lot bounded on North by We4tShermanIi N R R tax and cost ff3r the years 1910 and 1911 500 S L ANDERSON S W C Pays 2 tOO For Live Tdoth 1 iIAther mans jaw yesterday was 4ans planted to the Jaw ot Lr J imps H Ust under a wealthy CI cngo optician who lived at 0330 South Seely street Washicg on Heights The doctor paid 2000 for the tooth and it is expected to live and do good servi u for him II The operation was pEr fmed by Dr Robert Guod of Chi ago before the Michigan State ental Association in Detroit wing to the rarity of such an IJporn lion the patient was taken to Detroit where several h dred dentists might profit It m jthe vorkS I Dr Good said the too fi was one he had taken from a fuient about a year ago but it h I been kept in good order- Before her husbands teturn Mrs Ostrander was in irmed the doctor had paid 200 for new toolhShe expressed sur prise I guess it wjiswoi th tf price if James oou lit it thoust Ishsaid Notice iI have a fut line of Wagons and vehicles of all kind at the Washington County obacco Warehouse and I will ie here every Saturday and coon court day Parties desiring see me can get rue by phon t anytime Call 223 H K Curt nger Mrs Sam Tucker Sp ogfiold r rl has for sale pure bred S C R I Red eggs 50 cents yarM 100 frow pen a1s9 one 1iCJ Indian Runner Drake will booj orders now for day old chiclfe is at 10 cents each Also your c loice of R I R C at 50c and 75c ch If you have pen chic rens try chicken chowder for o week It will make themilay a keep them healtny itBit Co j GEN GRANT DIES IN NEW YORK Was Son of Gen Ulysses S Grant MajjGenof the Department of the East died the Hotel Buckingham in this cite at about 1240 oclock this Ifbeapartments of Maj Gen Frederick Dent Grant at the Hotel Buckingham shortly after mid jiight sent a shock through the city such as that which startled the whole country upon the death of his fther twentyseven years ago Thq news was far more sudden It came less than an hour after the first alarm bad been sounded that Ger Grant was even seriously ill The alarm itself had come before it had been generally learned tthat Gen Grant was even in the city as bis presence here had been kept a secret- According to Mrs Grant the General retired about 11 oclock Half an hour later he was seized with a choking attack which awoke hfs wife She shook the the General aud called to him but he did sot respond Rushing to a telephone she noified the night clerk to call a physician Dr Abbey who at first could not be found suddenly appeared and he and Dr Bencn were the only ones admitted to tbe apartment Those who had vie yea the re port of Gen Grants recent ill health pessimistically saidsome timo ago that he was in serious condition He was granted a leave of absence about two months ago and reports became current that he was suffering from the same sort of throat troublea cancer which caused the death of his fathtr ibis was positively denied but re ports persisted that it was doubt fuj whether he ever would be able to return to his post Maj Gent Frederick Dent Grant the eldest son of Ulysses S Grant the eighteenth President of the United States was born at St Louis Mo May 30 J850 He as with his father during a part of the Ctyil War witnessed the capture of Fori Henry and ponelson and went with his fathers command through the Virginia campaign He witnessed also tne fights at Corinth Vicksburg Nashville PetersburgAfter war young Grant entered West point and was graduated in 1871 For a year he served as a civil engineer for the Union Pacific railway and in 1872 accompanied Gen Sherman on a trip to Europe Painful Accident Mr George Boyd suffered a painful accident at the Cooperage Plant Wednesday He was in the actof piling up staves that had fallen beneath the saw when he uobhoughtedly raised hisarm against the saw sever the large muscle of his upper arm Dr McKay was called and dressed the wound which he pronounced not to be serious Bardsowu Standard Stimulantor Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a stimulant It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next There is not a drop of ako hol in it Ayers Sarsapa rilla is a tonic You have the steady even gain that comes from such a medicine Ask your doctor all about this Trust him fully and always do as hesays He knows who makes the best liver pills Tile J C Ayer Company bf Lowell Mass They have been making Ayera Pill Yet over sixty years If you have tile slight Iest doubt about using these pill ask doctor Ask him first thats heat- 15i4 br thaz o Ana 00 LiwsU us- a Death of MM X H SeaI Mrs Martha Sea wife of Mr J H Sea of 8 aville Sled Sunday at 415 p m She Jiad been a patient sufferer for a lone time of abscess of the liver Everything was done for her possibiet As llast operationPriceMemoriall lieyed hei awhile but the old chronic disease caused her death She was ptetysii years of age anda devout member oP the Christian church for nearly fifty years She lived a beautiful Christian life always generous to a fault and a noted peacemaker Funeral services were conductedat Antioch Christian byRevher husband she lleaves eight children to mourn tier loss Hurrodsburg Leader Two Fires Fires evidently of iocentliaiy origin destroyed the barn if Mr E C Lusey on Mock street in the rear of his residence which fronts on Proctor Knottavenue and also completely des royad the colored church on the corner of Proctor Knott avenue and Chandler street about about 100 yards down the street to gether with the parsonage and residence of old Aunt Mary Booker adjoining The fires were disc vered about 1230 oclock Sunday morn tng and but for the r ijadJbeen falling for coopetof bOurn several nice residences Would have bern burned The fire had gained great headway before being discovered and though the fire department did splendid work it was impossible to save the buildings and it took splen did work to save adjoining property Mr Litsevs barn was valued at 500 with 1800 insurance Mr A P Rickets who bad no insurance bad some tools and cement therein which was de strpyed His loss is250 The church property was insured for fl 1001 The rhurch and parson age and contents ware valued at 3000 Aunt Mary Bookers loss is about 1350 with 150 in surance Marion Falcon- Commissioners Sale Gee W Isham Plff vs Sweeney Brown etc Dft Byvirtue of a Judgment and order of Bale 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 per centum per annum from the 6th day of April 1909 credited by 860 De cember 24 1909 2128 April 11 1910 876 Jan 31 1912 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 22 191 beingCountyder at Public auction upon a credit of 12 months the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county K7on the Mack yule and Texas turnpike near Mack ville Ky containing 18 acres more or less This tract of land has a souse and other improvements on iit Debt and interest to day of sale 129562 Cost 5000 Total amount to be raised 34562 t For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid IUd having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C FVBOSLfcY M C W C C Special Notice Mack Hendren Springfield Ky R R8 is in position to skill fully handle all classes of horses My terms are reasonable apel I guarantee satisfaction If you are interested it will pay you to see me Mack Heridren One and a half miles west of Mackville on Springfield plkej- Notice AU persons having claims against the estate of Elmer A Anderson deceased will present sAme to me properly proven on or before Juno lItJ1912 J F Anderson Administrator ilte HJl ICUIIIp1dS ud4ip ISU3SCRIP7JOjST1fl roVAA1DMJNGPOWDEI 1P Absolutely Pur r To have pure and wholesome t odbesurethatyourbakjn powder is made from cream of tartar not from a1iin Thm Lmbml will gulttm vw i Royal is the only baking powder made front Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 110 AluJJ == i A Letter in SelfReliance A young man had been hold rig down alive dpllar a week job in one of the big insure ce com parties for several years It was etting to be habit Men higher up dropped out but their places were always filled by friends of those higher up The Mine did not seem to move fheyoung man began to lee that be was doomed to a nariow profitless life He could see nothing ahead for him One day de discovered that he wanted oget married Five dollars a week Nothing short of a mia cle could connect him w th an in come sufficient to supporta wife He appealed to a frind to per form such a mirace ortoQirect Urn to some worker of wonders in his behalf The friend complied at once bvt putting tne young man lace to face with himselfIIIf you will come tome as stenographer and type writer Ill start you in a place here he toldhim Well of course that was im possible replied tbe young man because he didnt know the first thing about either steD graphyI or typewritting Then treated him to some very plain talk about tbe possibilities with i the grasp of the young man who wills He succeeded in rousing the spirit of the conquer in him About two months later the young man had qualified for the new poslibn and soon there after he was winning prizes offered toy expert work This was ooly a beginning Before tong he had multiplied his income eight Jimes and was supporting charming family of his own Christian Herald v Your Town No town county or community will ever prosper to any great extent vhere there is a division of strifeof any nature People in towns should strivd to help each other for in helping others you invariably help yourself There is no man that cannot as slat in the growth prosperity and development of his town However small Lis influence jit has its effect Opposition iis tbe life of trade and merit wins No town will prosper and grow where a lack of enterprise and push on the part of its citizens ia felt The true motto pf each and eyjery citizen of tc town is And should be to assist and help your neighbors encourage busi ness of all kinds dont ter any danger jn goring the market in this hinejdo allyou can and en courage all in die matter of improvement m making the town attractive and giving it a home like appearance When thisl is done people from a distance will form a good opinion of the place and it Will be an inducement for them to locate with us and bE- come permanent and substitnlial citizins OhjI4ren ry I NI T or4 i w ww S L Ii f r ilJJoA tEAR JIr rw 1d d i1 i I KENTUCKY J I s and t b II a li rhe Judges Rate- tz ilGood morning Judge said i three amaion females of color Jthis week as they entered the office of County JudgerEvansil tlWe hedrd that you culdgetu4 us a divorce fic 500 and as wei t cans afford to pay the usualifee t we houjpjht lit would be beat to i camBtoybnJ y Tile Judge smelted a mouse iftf and acting on the presamptfoa that SOme of his fnepdsvwere trying tdl playf a joke on brta he g1 told the ladies that 500 rashis clubbing rate in quantities of five tlor more butt at three was too small a number They left very 1 much down heart d and went out in search of the other tyro but could only secure one 9leLbta s whereby the Tudg refused tconsider and the jokeLWaiontthe attorneys who senC rtierni Winj chester Democrat iv t tjThe Limit trIt 1 4t 1 A jury in Judge ffughTiiI4 en Monday fined Boater JacSsoa o16tl io 100 and fifty days in the Work house oti the charge of bringing n liquor into towa for thg gtirpoee of sale On Friday nightTJhief 1 Ji1tSmith and Policeman i1 Bailee l drove tbMcAfee and intercepted a itIle wagon load of liquor that t Jackson and Chappie Gryh1Statted out of Lawrencebarg aifc withOn baiting the VaKq the officers found three nd a hSIf rgalona or whiskey ad Iao bob tIes of beet and a repeating rifle The officers took the gun and followed the wagon Intojjr and then arrested Jackson H averred that the whlskwbslpfiged to a club and to BubstaiUate icftStatement introduce sAyjNrai 4friends but their te tiaio yfwast G tmarked by many discrepantile it the only points upon whicb i JJ agreed were that they badr ganizcd a Young Mans Social Club and each chipped In 1I25 to buy refreshments Npot r kuw who kept tbecontrlbAtf M a i7 f or the quantity of w tjroo l sack J wal to receive AjiIa1wasl f t takento cir uhCoQr ItirQds burg herald t WouldCutth Si r J irofPprMy 1 Washington ScrEtry + 1 the Treasury MeVih Wnl inmendto Coniresejooiithi 4Statesin size and every deaoaima4i Si Imade uniform in dsigarto a attftilt hUfla ffItisconemplted of pchs dlsMwiiMM OMUiirdl The j1 proposed plari wolcl r M tke numbrof ciesiff i fer UMUd States notes aid gold i1daiisp5S certiftcates fr0 MfaKeest to Sine Mr MacYfj fffe uiihat the chaffs fc sating of WwT 1nnauv 1IJFOR S 0 ts1 I1 L I r 7 c Tit N WSLCADER r rINGPIILD KY T y- J i I ILMISLW5 5 Mitornandi PtblUbrire Ij oetbe QaabiVtbings Zt ab7 tS isi Jjs1athre was Ut pgZths1w pension 14 iIIf sst4rte oiaier It is qp oaiihfaf tiwt baa t een done byn f tittr Southern States and it jrt iMtUtK aticky show her V Mfrtefctkm of th4t of the cU iMary who wore tbtjgraj They are ull fciftHwjt citizens were Abrave foMteVfi and are now en titled Ao tins mark recognition from iCcItI In Washington teaJii5 fiave qure a number of oldWrs of both sides and v e WlttvttKatiiV this day nobody will baiiibt new law with more pii approval than the Old v VWeralSoldierSi white en v ft on different sides all were toMiir still snd a soldier t f fcaowa a soldiers heart and has Jmat same kfad feeling for SSjJgSSS lisoldier ctobM ere blot or grey i l Valley Hill i Mr Ivor Roberts of Spring bIptnt day with Miss Pearl Goatley Miss Ruby Oneal returned boM last Wednesday after Mverai iays visit with her sister MreS P DerringersMr itT Montgomery and 1 family were the guests of rela tlv sat this place Saturday and Ssndayoirs Thbs Tatum spent Sat ucday and Sunday wltn Mr T OTaUm and familyI Mr and Mrs B B Leacbmaut of Pkaiant Grove 1 gustsof relatives in this section Friday Mr and Mrs S P Derringer and children of Springfield aptat Thursday with her parents hwr Miss Madge Lair of Louis Tilleris visiting her sister Mrs 1atuinIRtri Oneal l has returned f bowsffSfev a weeks visit with hU fJrI Mrs S J Mont IMlT Miss Ruby Snider entertained t a few of her friends Saturday night Ber and Mrs Wolfe were the grot of Mrs Palmer Goatley Monday arOffatt spent Saturday night with Lome Ballanf aMr J R Oneal was in Spring field Saturday j v IMrIb children of Springfield spent IiMonday with Mr and Mrs M Reed Urnd Mrs J 0 Harmon speatMoflday inl Bardstpwn- Mr Charlie Willt of Freda rickstoffn was in this ti Monday Mrs Wash Tucker of near Springfield spent Sunday withi s her sister Mrs Palmer Goatley C w Vyreutht Much Mischief A MrS of accUiati all onaccount el a cow curretons day not long f at Neertin South Victoria A man wke was triTlB a gig was upset by ruamtajf over a cow The pony then fcolU wltk the upturned gig which frltfcU cd a team of horses attached ba wagoa and the llatter capsizedj erer a lot planing underneath It the diiTwv Vb mutalned a fracture ol tkiskiiU- II PMMfit Woman In HrdLuck A Beaiaat woman of Budapest Hun 1JItjoy drew f40 from a savings bank aaJ 91 her iray hoate bought a tame Mre for her children For safety she tethered the hare with a handkerchief la ktchhebad rolled the notes but tbe aaleal atnaged to getaway poorWOllinaM TJSINLilac Time If JM evt twigs from the lilac bush 4I aa It theM at once in hot water thee later keep them In fresh water 4a1MA1 TylBdOW the twigs Will uea tisa creen and show leaf long btter tie bushes outside are even JW Tke spice bush will do bet Tj r y fee its twigs will bloom In iratur U kept Jut a sunny window aUtht MIsunderstandin a quarreltmornlngTMtafan 1 WM tefrMrM alther her But hes an I SaysIIIM aw4 am says nat a thrado Mwtt KSJUM City JouraaL to Hds a Beau bookhat 1I sisafly twm Iallthelr pleasures wMfca sH MUrf eaut tolerate them l hL WM st4thrbevr husband or v Wm JlsU Ire that however Wa nil rlHtr aireaXwe Phlladel I t r L A j CORN CLUB To be Organized Here Next J Tuday Aprii23- BOyS ND omts CLUBS As was announced last week all boys apd girls who desire tj jJoin the ijioy corn and tomato clabs and girls poultry and tomato clubs should meet at the court house in Springfield on ext Tuesday April 23 at 2 p ism for the purpose oi prganizipg ana being instructed more folly jin the plans and regulations of tthe contest We will endeavor have a man from the Commissioner ofHH Agricultures office totaakea t lk to the applicants giving direc tons and Methods of planting and cultivation WARDS IN BOYSCOftlf CLUBS 1 To each boy growing ixty bushels q cgrn or more anap propriate diploma will be given oigoed iby the Gdvernorof the State Commidsicner of Agricull4 tare the Superintendent Pub c Instruction and the Superini tendent of the County 2 To The boy in each county who grovrs the greatest amount of cornupon one acre free tui- tJonand board at State Universi ty during Farmers Week will e givenS the boy growing the greatest amount of corn upon one acre in each of the four sec tions into which the State has been divideda four year scholar hip in State University or State Normal Schools will be given 4 To the boy growing the greatest amount of corn upon ne acre inthe State a trophy valued at 100 will be awarded 5 To the boy sending the beat- ent ears of corn to Lexington to- eb judged at the State i3 bow held the first week in CornI uary 1918 a trophy sioo will be awarded 6 Tothethreeboyswhoproveh- emselVest the best judges of corn during the Farmers Week orcupsivalofive dollars respectively will bei givenI1 Each contestant must bpveI been enrolled asa pupil in a vearlprecedingiing a the Boys Corn Club in this county for the year 1912 2 Each member of the Boys Corn Club must be between the ges of IQand 20 yearsiSEach must grow one acre of cornnota fraction of an acre 4 Seed corn will be furnished y the department of Agricul ture through the County Super iintendent but any member may use seed corn of his own selec lHon i he prefers to do so No seed corn will be furnished after Muy 1 1912 Entries must be made by the 15th of April Corn may be planted at any t me previous to June 1st No county will be furnished more than ten bushels of seed corn 5 All con must be white corn 6 Any mEmber may break fertilize and cultivate as he chooses but all prize winners must furnish the Department of Agriculture a written description of how the corn was grown oni request and must keep an ac count of the cost of production as nearly as possible In estimating expenses charge labor of the boy at seven and onebalf cents per hour each tam hitched to implement at twenty cects per hourreach single horse and mptement at ten oants per hour I Scotts I Emulsion keeps children healthfuland happyI Give them a few drops of this strengthening food medicine every day and watch them grow IT PREVENTS Croup- WhoopingCough Bronchitis 10of FleshJVf ud luajr otker fnwUei toAL Ditusaisra 11- Is1e tOps f LamenessSloans Liniment lsa relia ble remedy foany kind of horse iineness4 Will kill the growth of spavin curb or splint absorb enl rg merits and is excellent for veny fistula anthmsiLt H rcs ProOf forIai am liolnientbaefor palm BAtLVKuor CassadyKy tblmentts the best I AbyeremovedveryirgehoeteUsoffabore ImTethreehoneisure that hardly walk G tine Oakland Pa lloute Nc it SLOANSLINIMENT is good for ftUr farm stock SI1 togs had ht J cholera three before got your liniment I was forthreeOne hog died befote f got the but I here not lost any A J Soldbyall Dealers Price jl60o 100 I Bloana Book on PoultryICattle Hogs and seat free Dr Earl So Sloan Bolt Do and rent of land ab 500 per a creS7 Land mut be measured and yield certifiedljo under bath before Notary Ppblic or other person authorize to administer oaths in this by three dis iinterested State appointed by the county superintendent to whom they hall report and bte must certify t4 the Commission 1er of Agriculture thatjie believes report to be correct 8 Any rep esenatlve of the Department ot Agriculture must be shown upcn request theacre of ground entbred by any boy 9 All worlsf must be don by eachboy in pjroducin his adre of corn unless temporarily j capacitated by illness tilEI10 All corn entered at State Corn how shall the prOpertypf the Agriculture 11 In the potato Poulty and Tomato Clubs the same rules as membership and verification of results wiljl be observed as the corn clubs inI 12 In the last three IIandllection and follow his own plans in obtainngje iults IS Other premiume wil1Qe offered that toe are not in position to name at this time GIRLS PJOULTHY CLLUS Awards 1 A diploma will be awarded to each girl w ho ha ches rears and exhibit a tridtof pure bred fowls This diploma will be signed by the County Super intendent 2 A diploma signed by the Governor the Gommissioner of Agriculture the Superintendent of Puulic Instruction and the Superintendent of the County School wil be awarded to thE girl who hatches rears ana exhibits the best trio of purebred fowls of any breed those win injj in their respective classes alone beingf eligible Let us remember that these contests ajre open to all tie white bo1and girls ot tl e county who are between the ages of ICi years and 20 years and who have been enrolled the scbooi4yithn the past year inI The prizjes wijl not necessarily go to the boy or girl who may have the most fertile land but rather to the individual woh IthoughtI care or in jthe words of the boy or girl win says I aa going ta win a prizi Trustinj that wemay have many many boys and girls enter this contoit am very truly JI W Bush Co Supt SLivetiiWiselyanu IFelix Sclwoihofer the German comedian who died recently left an estate valudd at 1000000 marks and commenting on tho extraordinary fact one of his b ograpbers says He was a model citizen as well as a great ac tor As a citizen he was content to be one of tie great majority and had no ambition to be ono of the grand class HQ was thrifty but his purse was never iclosed against the needy and what bje did for them was done in secrecy He was not like many gifted and consequentl popular actors who tare tljelr regular court their flatterers press agents and even scientific helpersl They live iff splendor and in the glory which they purchase They enjoy their lives not so- thoroughly jas did Schweighofer but lisadescended H eW ne of Kentuckys finest Mbung Staiiions I IoIt Washi 3tQn Bird r 1 he greaJ4year old Harnes and Saddle Horse for public fetvice- II teasftrof5912at the low fee 1 c 10TQ IIliftirG b Living Eoli oi IIaiSpnngfieldi i i Washington Bird by the at Red Bird G 195n lit dftiti tally B by Washington Prince by Blc i Chief Worlds champion show horse i 2nd dam Mag Wilkes by You Jim 2S09 sire of Vil1ceberry SIre of the dam of pan Patch ISol ojjjhis dams sire this horse inherits the speed ahd endurance for wii n he is noted action ojituu besuty bone substance with style a finish for which the Cabcil Lejng J S tons are noted Washingto Bird is the sire of Maud Pnrter one of thefinest yearlings in the unty Call and see her Washington Bird blood f b blnck points 153 12 high weight i 1145 bbs big black mane andil which he carries right Is soundrn J every way is a perfect mod and can do more than any horse in J Washington county hasthe ost beautiful head and ears to be seen J I Iand is very intelligent lie feated everything in his class at the 1 IBlue payyouGrass Fairs last year ch horses as KinloV Rex one among the same time place IIAlsoaf SILV El RGA3STO r of Champ lfn j Onward Silver 205 14 Yopdg Jim grandsire of Dan Pat trI Silver Gano is ia light bay with and two white feet goo mane and 111I2 hands high Or more iweigh 1000 lbs has spec style action and gives every promise t 128 great trotting hse with plenty of bone substance and J Will servea few niaj s private contract For further in icall phone or a4 iss p i R Hendren Son J1bW1t4WIWI 3IiiII L roLLOOK iI i iIi What dry cleaning ds IIt makes things look like iinew Does not shrini i nor fade and not rubBed jjfull of holes like whe washing them in soap water i and rubbing them on wash board and you will see it is the most su IcesSful way to clean Note S the following prices c i garments and house attach ments t t Ladies Coat SuitSi rO Genis Siiits fY otSlnrts 75 Tis 05 Dresses 00 Overcoats 00 Shirt Waists SO lfeinev Vest 35 Jarkets UO Smokintf Jackets O i Tiesr5 Metis Silk Ho o o Ladies Silk Hose 5 Houstf Robs 50 Lace Curtans per pajjf 51 Hlaukets p Mpair 5 s pcr pair 20c Lp IIDrnptCf 1ea9d dOdOGRd IdO iiDooe by Expert Dr Cleaner Goods pressed i i in latest styles jjonb6- RSprtogflejlIII City Tailor i 1 1FWrR Baumbauer Propr tt- Wt s4 Reliable andcComfelpsiyeTeleplione Service Isnecessary to conduct succt fullx a business enterprrse The Cumber land Telephone and Telegrap Company gives you a universal service that is local connections with all tizen in your town and Long Distnce nections to all outside import it cities and towns You get exo tly what you pay for Call our Mann r for further information Tho demand is not for cheap telephone sen e hilt for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service CUMBERLAND Tj ILKPHONK TELKGUAPH COMPANY i Incorjjorated WILD SQDIRREL t stables Will make at the season orJjJjJjkk at my tiJpdIIWild Squirrell is a sorrelItse hands high with red mane nd tail No11li9he DickIPrice Jr 2d darn Wild India Iwi also stand at thesamanime and place my fine Jack Big Mack Sired by Joe Phillips Big Ms k he by Gov Wood He will make e season At 56 FT a Horse Mule an 57 for n Mare Mule to Weaning ime This is the best Jonnett Ja rin the county Lien retained on icults to secure payment of season All care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur Jcit i CityVhateverl Ing you love can Ilnd1 yInd If you do not love anything in articular you are a poor creaturo v pm noth- Ing but the city can hmfort Charles Mulford Itobliison a Whefe Collars and Clocks Cne From New York state makes anetynlne out of every hundred collar land cuffs worn in this country jjnnectlcut everyhundred 1 True Greatnessjf Genuine greatness Is njnrked by simplicity unoBtcntatiousjjpss sOft forgetfulness a hearty imeccst others a feeling of broth mod inI the human family Channilfe Fear Sparks From Tel hone ilparkstromman gas works the telephpa bells aVo covered with wire gauze Bujgy Mans One Con ilalnt The Dusy man is only ay rre of time because it goes so swift Florida lSmes Union 1 iIJ t cc YA handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled 4ne shaped fellow with plenty of action and an good hone Tindfoot I1 you would want He hi proven himself a great breeder He will make the season of 1912 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 34 miles North of Springfield on tin Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt EA1ILV ill by Joel 447 ho by Mote nrIYsISamokerIrod horse in the county At same time and place flLACK JiANTJ1 ANo Mule registered10 ftr a Mare and r 8 For Horse Mule to Insure Living Colt Lien retained on all colts to sture ilp1wdlihrercsponitile should any occur YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED f A j5 nuxDi Kriob Creel Stock Farm Liglitfoott3mnueii JrtannslIed sorrell with stripe in face two stockings t 31 h nUa high weighs 1100 smooth sound and wi thou it everyI illIfQated a great many of the pest stall lentuckyand asMarveltar1l1cDonalamonkchampions verymuch ithhavoJJatKnobl CoKyMSIeskeptgrain if desired at reasonable price S J THOMPSON ieManager andOwtwr Dr Bells PineTarhonoy For Coughs and Colds a T I burw1uu If i A n Iu l CARPETSoR- GSi iic 11011 Mattings Linoliurns IIf IILace Curtains Draperies CnrtainPflles 1 Dresss Silts IIP Indbangeable Taffetas Mesaline Foulards I27inch Swiss Flouncings 50c to 36inch Swiss Flouncing SOo to 7lWII45in Swiss Flouncinfifs 1 to Swiss and Lace All Overs rVal Cluny and Baby Irish Laces 11and Insertings t t IHosieryIso J 11 7 ilClothing This is the Home of Hart ScHaffner Marx Clothes inII 1 Perfection Suits fIfor Young Men Boys and Children I ra4 I If tf s t r Reg No 2640 i jO handsome Chcsnut 16 hands by Highland Denmark 7W First dam Kentucky Belle 3682 by Thorton Star ld2J 2d dam Lillie by Art Rose 7S6 3d dam hy Mock Chie 4th dam Washington Dentnark 64 Noble Denmark though a young horse is rated with the lest of iSires He is highly finished and a perfect saddle horse type He is said by well known Judgas such as Wm Kirby of Bowling Green W G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lillard and Elmer Railey tIJ be a great type for a three gaited saddle stallion ned is SUre to breed that class of horses Hew successfully shown by Mack Hughes last y6ar was never outside the money and many timed first was never defeated trn Stallion in model ring His two seasons of colts Ishuw remakable uniformIty Ills yearling and suckling won at BalstoWA and Springfield and in thsale ring haVe commanded good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both sidesj were championship saddle horses Kentucky and Missouri His dam and two of her colts were State Fair winners Consider his breed ing his indivdulty his show ring qualities where will yousRo to find one his superior Noble Den mark will make the season at 20 To Insure a Living Colt Rex ZStcIonald SS i t I 187 r fa Jcy Mack 2359 f lt 1 7 j l J SHOF1SII Shoes fords and Shoes Alf andI 4 above in patent gun and tan Misses and and drens canvas Shoes OxfordsPumpsII t Cunningham Duncan ft Noble Denm iFoaled Florsheim Oxfords Pumps Beacon Womens Pumps I Slippers A Bwr rof V tJ Red Bird Jrr- S t Red Bird Jr is a rich brown 15 hands S inches S high weighs 1150 pound Heissired lay tha famous Old Red Birdand is known as the stallion t farmed two years ago by Thurman Peters and In their advertisement sahtcHe is a very htads6me brown horse can do justit little more than anybody else horse either in harness or under the saddle his dam is the great trotting Bred mare by Lyle trottingprojenitorRed Bird Jr is by JRed Bird he by Joe Brown he by Cabells Lexington Jstidam by Lyle Wilkes 4658 2d dam American Clay 34 3rddam by Main brino Chief 11 Red Bird Jr was shoWn one season at the Burksvilte and Columbia fairs and won both saddle and harneSs sweepstakes rHewill serve mare at 12 To Insure v r I I will stand my same Jacks at 810 to insure a livingcolt Season is due when znaresfraded off or parted with I R B LEACHNf AN SPRINGFIELD KY 4 4aaaaaaaa aar I1EXi = For Public ServiceS ason 1912 i5AT a + KALARAMA FARM Springfield KyJJ IICnEM J- p RxDenrnarkv 11I3rzlg J Criglers Denmartkwi 4 4tBIacKS4uirrel58 J SIStar to l Gain 8 Denmark r JJ Mi flume- l 1j ltftf t l Sqrripter Denmark Daughtervbf v L lrWashingtonjNrtraeed tai the West ft fr tfaugnterbrMohawk 1 fIL jBiackEifgle74 1 i fLlMollie l rStar Davis t L cMoUie Iii o 1 Denmark F S dEr J Stevenson Mare43 t I t t i Edwin Eor st190 IitNot traced fIL r iJ1jf I I i iGaines Depmark 61 1 tMag by Drennon l1 YDeans Copperbstom IiDaughter of Tom Hal Si SIn taking this really great goirof old Rex McDonald 833 from Missouri and bringing him into Kentucky at i 1 V l StateTsi J beJffved it5 McDonad Chief his dny sons except this horse now owned in Kenraicky Thats enough for his sire Rex iig Monroe is tho only horse living whose first and seconddams are both bv Games DJmmark 61 the old hero His g third dam wna by Deans CTomiprhmtrim and his fourth dam was by old Tom Hal Httnatttr RS the sIre of his first darn Iiled four yeas yet he produced some of the greatest brood mares now owned in MissourI I JJ Sumpter iicumarK oo the sirv oiuiueuconu dam was shown 106 times and won 106 blue ribbons Rex aaonrqu Was himself bhown seven times incliiding twice at thc6t Louis Horse Show with1 14 entries in each of tie i 5 latter rings and no horse has yet defeated him He is a horse of remarkable substance and extreme finish C 1 S with a grand tajl perfectly carried naturally It has never been touched with a knife and needs ni Artificial = sthnuiant At the c nusion of his last performance it thoSt Lonis Horse ShoW tho late Mr Russ Halley SqaOlI a jpdgc ora sa ldle hOrseas any pronouned him the most perfect typeL of the American saddle s horse he had ever seen We saw only four colts by him at Mr Greenwella barn all of them 8yearolds but tJlb4Eone and we do not believe there is a horse in Kentucky that at anything near his age could show such tonea ii2 tional corts iteySil had the speed the actiortpnd the airbf real show horses Come and look Rex Hosrae =over and see hun step some anti If you are disappointed wb win pay your fare nO ifterenceho1 far you come Mares will he kept on grass nt300 per month and fed grain at atuhl cost It they are not properly of S cared for you pay nothing Write for Htud card and large picture of this horse1 r FEE50T0 INSURE A LIVING COLT I5 Bourbons Best 1495 arid Red King L 2732 andourto fjnJacks JacK O1 flDiamonds ndCov Billie are also being offered for publJferYJ e s tJHf t ir stock before breeding 61 TiiURMAN PETER Sprigfle1d Ki tI- fI I f fVIJIHII mfHII t t ff 1 t 5 2 r I rk it BE GT BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST All Wirk Guaranteed PHONE 162R 6jDHBgi Block up stairs J SPRINGFIELID Ity 1ii 4 DR JC AliJDD Pljviciitt andsurgeon Office hours 8 to 9 a m V 1to2pin t Offices over Haydons Drugs- toWEFGRIGSBY ftJ ATTORNEY AT LAW O c over Peoples BankII SPRINGFIELD KY D fl W HYATT Office over RedfCr ss Drug aSifcore Office hours Hyatt 1080 to 12m 4 to5 pm t JOHN Y1 MAYES fFUlEiiAL uiKtCTOR ANDA LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NtQHT 74 SPRINSFIELD RY rikFI TRUSTY i PRACTICAL ENTISTrI Office over Haydon Barber Pental work at reasonable prices it U work guaranteed SPBINGFIELDY- Railroad Schedule IFollowing is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown andSpfilngfield branch railroad Mo 41Leaves Louisville at 430 p mj Bardslown f 22pjn Bardstown Junetionl arrives at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a m BaJdstown 845 a in fiardatown1 7c30 a m arivesat Lonisville 820 a in No 43 Leaves Louisville ai 720 a Oi Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstdwn 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p m 4 No 44Leaves Springfield av pmiBardstown Junction 410 prn arrives at Louisville 545 p n TEeKentackyUnrsery y Co Incorporated Landscape Work Our Specialtyi shade Ornamental and Fruit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Flowers Nursery located on Bardstown Road near Louisville Write for catalog See t Adolph flertleiu Lccal Representative I o MUMt Shade Trees Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus ri + Rhubarb Roses Peonies and Phlox EYerjtMflo For Orchard Lap r and Gardeh Pre Catalog NJ Agents r BJ F Hillenmejer Sons Lexington Ky WwW i TOWN L Ii li Jr1 fwr TY tti4s 4 siiWii Local Happenings of Intres The Freshest 4nd Latest I li AllAboutI Yourself Friends Ii I and Acquaintances H f2 t 1F6 SALE TWO sows andII pigs V W H Leachmau 1I FOR SALEOne liood family mare and one good work horse Harry Derringer FORJSALK Rhode Island Red eggs 50cents per setting MrsJ W Tucker Mr W J Stump Rout No 5 has iforiale fine white Pekinf duckeggs 50 cents per setting of 13 Ind nRrnnrttLc Eggs 1 per setting oIM2 pure white egg strain JMiss Lida Grundy Mrs C L Brady r r 3 has for sale Barred Ply mouth Rock eggs iLOO for the first setting and 75 cents for second Mr Turner Perringer for sale Barred PJymoth eggs 50c per setting of 10 A fill line or Peruna chicken feed B D Lake Co NOTICE ST0cICSIENI have a good Jack which I will rher sell or farm R L Clements Remember Leachtnan Camp bell when you are in the market for refrigrators or iice boxes FOR SALE An extra nice driving mare Safe tonanybody todrive W G Grundy Leachman Campbells is the place tobuyyour refrigrators aSid ice boxes Will saye yocr money and get w atyou want L FoR SAT E SiogJo Coftib Rhode Island Rtd eggs at 50c per settingMrs Walter Lwwis Pearl Smplliora Willis IMisR P D No l has for sale Columbian Wyandott eggs Call by phone Mboresville ex change 9eellents new Also desire to rent one good roomy carriage house MrsJW Lewis FOR SALEA black jack with white points 15 hands high by J R Durhams Clark jack and his dam is bv Horace Litseys old Black Hawk SG W Fenwick Springfield Kyrr4 A bigStock refrigrators DndIt ice boxes on display at Leach man Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now whileyou have a big stock to select from S C Buff Orpington cockrels and hens 100 each SOrpington and S q Brown Leghorn eggs SlOO for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 100 for 15 MRS U L LITSEY LOST Ortbe streets of Springfield between the Walnut Street Theatre an Post OlhYe a Kj of Ci watch fob Finder please return to this office or G D Robertson Jr- FOUNDOn the streets of Springfield a spectacle case Owner may have sine by callirjg at this office and paying for this advertisement Now that the tobacco season has closed life Springfield Warehouse whtcli was So Pop uiat Isa skating rink last summer has opened fur tle sport again tIns year and judging from the enthusiasm it is creating among the young people it is evident i TiIt ii1 WOOLLIIj t llBriag us YOUR WOOL I Will Furnish Bags and 4 1 c Pay You CASHf I 1 Mc1ur Mayes Ii- I It t r 1I il aurrl ifr aOPIGS1 I gK OO thatitwill le equally popular this season The Tathjira Springs Hotel will be open for guests May 11 of11frisJ willIIresort open under favorable circumstances and it is expected jthit this inithhistccry yaar will be the great OgIenl til June The large Iwooderi bridge over Cartwrights Creek on the Barcfs repaitMrburl has tle work in charge and expectsto make the bridue equal to a new one He hare the contract toi repair the brdge the Beech at Sutherlands and will commence in a lover time Death of ioung Girl JJeath invaded tne home of Mr and M s W A Smith on fast Monday morning and tool theref ram their daughter Elizabeth IldnaV She was a jbriiiht and lappy child just en tering the breshold of young womanhood b3ing the posses SOl of a su iv disposition which endeared 1r to parents and friends List Christ mas sha contracted tuberculosis from which sue w is a sufferer until her death Burial was in St Dom 11 cs Cemetery Tuesday morningI Wilson j Mrs Emi y Wilson died at hfr home near Latsey last Tuesday afternoon iiftera short illness Mrs Wilson prior to her first Carriage was a Miss Short and was born BG years ago near Hillsboro When a young wb man she vas married to Mr Harry Leajchmap andto this union were born three only two of whom childrenI Messrs Zapk P and daughter who Leachmln1hcr ago was the N Reed After tile death of her first husband she was ma Tied to Mr Anthony Wilson who was an extensive muledealer in the county He died severa1 years ago airs Wilson was a mst excellent woman endowed with a generous disposition which en cleared her ito all Who knew her Funeral services werf3 conduced at Hilsboro yesterday afternoon and burrd1 was in the cemetery there Plants and Flowers =I will bein Springfield Courtty Court day Monday April 22 with flowers and plants Geo H Mattinglj Why Oirf Prices iAre The Lowest We hay our own saw iniUs in the tiiriber and planing mill in town and ilo opr un work No Middle Mar In Tliis YK MARKS Sos Litsey Miss A lelino Cox of Louis ville is the guest of Mr and Mrs JI I Martin Mr lolm P olin spenttbe week end in 1raiikfort tMiss Annie Kelly is visiting friends iii Spring6ed Mi s javenia OConnor lies ac6Qptpdju position as clerk in A riompsdns store IMi flinMrs Bpb Jeffries hay in ked to their IIQV home at IAjr i Mr Pred Grigshy visited Mr John U vsbyrThursdaj Miss Emma Polln spent Sunday will Miss Addie VJllett Mr aiid M rr Rnbert Jeffries spent Sund iy with Mr and Mrs Jeffries iat Springfield Miss Levenia OConnor Was guest of Miss Mabel Price Ithe night last wcolc MM j 1 Martin spent the week end iu Louisville Mr jOharlie Witlett visited friends jhere Mon- dayCASTOR IIAfor Infants and Children The Kfrld You Have Always BnuhI t JBoara tho otN trB f LKECOi1 IWe Jellico hand nly the Coal best grades of giVe 80 Pundto thebuhel Get O J IInd OATI STRAW AND urpricesl t Pricel 11 are always right Full Lin Chicken Feed Chow er is the proper feed for kcs tim lay and keeps them IIIIIIChickenf Teed akes the little chicks PenIIbest all Call and get samples BD Lake Co jtR tII6 PERSUNAL Miss Wilhelinina Hert in of Nev Albany spent u ft days here this week She wit leave in a few weeks for Germ Yy to make lher future home fJrlFi t Miss Hattie Blanford is s the guest of Mr andMrsiJ RI Montgomery last Week t Mr Lee arrmowajh Leb anon Sunday Iii Mrs WU McCauley as re- uundfroma visit tQ frrtlds in Louisville i Mrs Mike Fitzgerald jl vs re turned home Iron a visit o rela tives in New Albany InQr Mr Len Spaldnig of Lt anon1 was here rl1esdu vll Mr and Mrs W T Le chman Mt1andSunday Mrs Eila Hill of lI ibanou visited Mtnrd MrsV E Ltachtnnn Friday Mrs Earnest Jh lIio 0 ldfheiILouisville is visitihg her fathc- lrMrJA Shnder Mr J R Edolen vas in Louisville last week Rev dndMra W Ufrlliains left this week for LIoI 1 cute in Ulasgow i IIMiss Finny 11 Smitfe Louisville rlhursdayII lion Ben I Lebanon FVtlay j vas1ere NqejC A Byron IIrenLick Cot e have Springs MrV E Arnold leTtlnst week for Gainesville Ffc where he will accept apositiofc IS Sept of theNational Life I surance Co MaIOncIfIf Miss Marie Louis yule IS visiting Ms MIITIG Bar herS Roy Baletnan of B dfordsi yule was b b ro Th u rs d a f1l10useRulwJ tyns Nellie Adams of Bar rodsburg wascilhjd h ieby the death of tur grand mo por lrs1 Enily IlsonJJudge I H Thurmai W D Clayhvooke and fh o Ai Poiln aTe in Frankfort today Mrs DR Lity hI returned to her homo litt fct Ind nruI atter a mouths visit to relatives here t Mrs SC VaiArsdalhiasret- iirced l home after ti two months visit to her daughter Mrs H- MNoe 5 Misses Mildred and Elizabeth Spalding Messrs Logan Bosley Yes Russell Louis Spalding and C Buclf tier of Lebanon attended the Easter dance here Thursday night IMr Chas McKe na of Call fornia is visiting ihis sister Mrs Ida Clurksbti Mr Mc tiJisIhis iorab Miss riettie Spalding of Leb anon bpeu i Tuesday here Eyan liagen and Owen Good toe were in Leban Tuesday night IrMJ HefT Rubel of Lebanon is vifitijig her mother Mrs T W Simtus Miss Blanche Mattiagly of Louisville is visit trg Miss Mar garet iSpaldirg P3r T Hood Cunuin l am spriit last week in Louisville Miss Jennie Price was in Lou ib v ilteFridu v t Mrs JLO F Greene iis in LouUvillo today Miss SfOtAe Webb has acceptep a pusiton with Mrs H Krome astnriLitierv at Blootntield Kv 1300 Drown More than 1300persons sank to death early Monday morning when within four hours aftej she crushed into an Iceberg the mammoth White Star Line steamer fi Ian tIC boand from Liverpool to New York on her maiden voyage went to tilt bottom off the Now Found laiul banks Off the approximately 2200 persons on board the giant linpr some of them of worlQ wigie jiromlnence only t3arc known to have been saved Tho White Star Line pfiices in New York while keeping up hope to the last were free to admit that tturs had been horrible loss of lifo Accepting the early estimates of the fatiIitVas accurate the disaster is the greatest in the marine history of I ho world Notice IrhepartY who took the rug InISunday March 17 he better rc turn sour t J E Anderson and save further trouble Filey1tineyand a- Vasuztirs and stops the cough ri iiT1111i lie Boatswain H q Thursday April 25 The stude Is of St Josephs College Bards I jtQwn will preset Ben theiioatswain in the Sprinlfield OPERA HOUSE Ben the oat IVUII a nautical drma in three acts has boon p yed witl great success in various ctill leges througtifiut the Unittd Stats especially in the East Iwhere it met wit universal applause Twelve se jet pieces will be rendered by the college orche- siRESERV1 a consisting of nine members I D SEATS 35c GENERA ADMISSION V 25c 1 g s V X C s o t t = rr rY f ft ur J i 4 r i I YQUCAN IMJ IIeasily find what you are looking for at TlHlSTQRE is being displayed one of the msot 1L ATTRACTIVE COLLECriOft I inI1 i t I 1 I OOur Readjto Wear tftnientst I v sre mvuaffy 1 e suppliedwih all the leading styllD Ladies sDresseslear ISilk and Satin Petticoats Auto Coats Cor Hosiery Gloves and Neckwear t I Ise Wash Dresses from 5cen I up J i 1II s I I Newest styles In mens and I boys suits hats ties cO- IIlars hosiery and gloves I 4 trouble to show goods Iierey I 1 t I L i The g 1 tiI 11 t Sarah Hamilton 4303 I Gabells Joe Brown 1955 Ij l Chestnut Dare t 4019 Dont a JM asphaltget waterproofing a furL STOCl F Ladies and Childrens Shoes in all including tW materials I men and Crossett shoes Oxfords all kinds Woolen Cot ton Materials and trimmings please Pay Us Call a CotLR lIIIIItoII t1 J 73j3Ribbon Winner Fee 1500 to Insure V C1 GI ELiza Griffin Mattie Lexington32i j i i 1i fne t rL l Hd It 3JrChesterDarelOLt r Beau BrutiofK xIt SatlieB d ftJGist8in i 1D a t t I l Dax Cabelltaiexlngthn tt t BiaekSqu1rilJl i y Njfle t 1 j I t riIiI1 Spa1dIngzCorbeau 1Dati f L Early isa Sorrelv15Jl t hands high star and snip foaled 1909 1050 Heayy and tail good body and good clean limbs and back Goes all gaits smooth each one distinct A good JUneI I horse Trots a good trot Plenty style and action Bird was shoteh by Mr Mack II Danville Harrodsburg Perryville Springfieldand Monticella laSt year and Won seven blue jfidslx rid1 J ribbbns more blue ribbons the county than any othrstalijpn t county Be sure osea hJyou breed Service fee due when colt iis foalod or when parted with and bred ele3ewhere Ilfen re J tamed on colt to secure service fee Care taken to accident but hot any accur rAt same time and place will also stand my two fine Jackstt t CLARK JR orji t 1 tftlt IClark rsby Dick Old Clark and out ofaennet byBjgMa k he out of a brGir e zis 16 hands hIgh 5 years pid is abig fiat boned fellow audhasproven himselfasuperb breetler I 10 TO INSURE A TO AND tTIlE OLD DICK PARROTT FACK l j will also make the season This Jack is if fine shape and is and willing at ThlsjaCiFii tdweilknown for comment his enviable reputation apeeka for itself i I t r10 TO INURE A TO STAND SUCtf V7 u I Iw r t iI t M NAllY Al l 3 town on Mackville Springfield R5 yt l = t Accept Heres a Guarantee Dont take chances on Roofing for you can now have roofing insurance is absolutely guar anteed against leaks duo to defects in the roofing And that guarantee is as good as a government bond for its signed by the makers 300000000 company Regal Roofing is made in the Regal peoples own mitts They know the quality of every square inch of It Thats why t3BnnSBtSd feltknow that every inch of it is pure longfibredwool They refine and process their own it direct from LakeTrini dad No man has yet found anything else half as orood for So here is that is proof the sun snow tad rain freezing and the In the air and theher things roofIblgstSamples arofrce book on roofing ja bhultz Cleaver V 4Il and Slip pers the newest white canvas and duck New Hanan and for stock and a If Blue Uvmg lt Hamilton tii 7Baileys + Daunof24 i dH W1IdIndIan I mj EIastI f 1 Gre7 leiiIr 4JewelDenrnarjc7O 1 Dan I Bird about Early outside before marcia responsibly should F COLT AND SUCKft ready alljtimes COLT AND pike Ky ir Claims JMRegal roofing Large jCnf Dollie r 2tli Chestnut weight flatfooted Kttche Stanford winning prevent Durhams jennet WOO miles from Roofing entirely against broiling against thawing Dress tc yJI j I ISan Breaker 1 1J fC tVill make the season of 19lfc at my farm 3 miles from R iejrj t I ck stown and six miles from Springfield iij jI 12Z To Insure i Colt tHtnhDtStct i2 jhandsjfir f 5 San Breaker is by San Mateo 21255 he by SimmoM l4ifVi kfi 5 GeorgQ Wilkes 1st danulennieL tr21512 by NutbrsJrISN J he by Nutwood 600 i v t 5 Money duo when colt is foaled mare parted with or tetf MN S where A lien retained on colts for serviceee t 4 7 l n Will a1o at same time and place Stand the tine Jack I j l y- iUovernorjflack ft l 4s l Governor Me isblac Jack with white poiita 16 hand ljfiMki jf and has roenhimself to be a sqrefoal getter iH vFlll jMM thi I seasonatk t 1 8 for a ilorseMule JfntlO foraMai AM 4 il w millet Sc f 4WbWbi4I4bW 1 t I r T I t re yLN sr L tLLwILThLM1ImcI YH maam ft fa t aanar a 111mIIrJWelT IIHM tM ipell of kit domes tk TietltutUM for ke cofitiaufeU Mktit a tewek rMOaUccat Md MM teiM tMi TCfcer IUU told l r MM JNCMMM twr WM 01 aakM 0e wu tie QeOr 1tM JMi warn a widw lady It el tT MM kwried kMt au t r-wli w pdt1j yia TN Ia IcMs IrMII Of kItrt aad lt ttrM Miiil Mr iuqz WWtu k wKI MtWSIUM M Md th M to h rcrsdltIka4tbXHto- ak MHM r M M rew oas over tM CtlMT tkruptHerliiMlunktSeM 1M prsrneat H 1ipd MTic reiiNd wWlTlItkerl warn Il MMl M l1HriBC l Mi il At r a out a a 1Yt bgss wWt 1t kracabove It aatiM tM teir M re leaf amd bri k WI 4II1tac wltk tU JdPt dews XMter deN to tM water 441 litium led tfce way to a peat WMN a kiC wu drawm up atkl Uk atIaa M Mid WI Jae Ht It 1 irttiiff M fartMrl Mid Betty Ii dMjMratto Ms tU am over utartiC fear tk taU Mrrot Gt tile a loMWkl r keM e kr amd sko gavf I a fUrciMr cry for help 81ooa gwuar about eak keel aM buM Mr For- ta ne straggled to escape uttkjaaa Me MM plmlo ed ker mute of tkat ke trarMd then k re rer4 JIJIIHUd laughed 4iMad 7eIi UU yo wa Black la tk lae maaja amd tkered be ao ult Mar yoa WkN a jet taldac air and Bttrc Vfiv1f fere between the Ma ew th4 ekd ker Jut acre to George Ulckii rwtprporTMll kMW In ylat7 of UBe- J AM KMm Ird at ker through the 1i 4arkMM i JUflklbal Ii is pe with vr aiked Betty tt1IIeHI7 Mr 1 agreed 81oMO altably iy itr mlcffer toecI1dte a pat7- httTltettM1ate the iklC Mke felt kerkey jtulckemdew think lac sC BM whatever tile girls rno tlvi ahe kad wteked ker to escape 8ke weald wlak It now aore than ever ae tke very thing ike kad vtrirea te prevent kad happened J iloMea Mated klmlf and took up tke sari Bunker followed With klan mlbal aid they puaked of No word warn apekea until they disembarked qa the opyeelte ikore wkem BloMom ad drMeed Bunker reckea I earn murage tot young ripotaver yen go bade alterS rrOd aid tke mlffer M Mid r oH up the link aad they entered a clearing I LeeVlag acroM w Betty MW where a eablei window traaaed a single Maare eC llkt ThaT advanced toward this amd preeeatly tile darkout lime et ike Mbimet ItselfI became dla tIn kMblL A semeat later 81o torn pameed a door yielded te kit M kaad aad Betty aad the boy were tkrutt late the room where Murrell had hold kte conference with FieatreM amd Ware Tke twe womiea were now 3tIn HIt eerapaata sat tke meiker CTOM amd akipeliM turned am ex preeeiemleM face om tke Intruders but tk4 daackter shrank Into the ikadow ker burning glance toed oa Betty Here yV rfuests oil lady said Mr Hessem Mrs kicks rose from the tkree4eced stool om which ske wia iltUiC Hamd me the candle Beis she Ierdered teepIlptetthe Wit ererkead Mrs Hicks by a gesture stgrnlmed tkat Betty and Han mlbal were to ascent these stairs ther did se and found themselves oa a marrow hiding Inclosed by a par iaet rough planks this partition m pierced by a low door Mrs Piieka wko had followed close at tkefr keels handed the candle to Jet ty 1a TMderl she said brlely nod iiiaf toward the door f Watt cried Betty a whisper Ne said the womam with am air meet muacullme surllmsss of toae 1iget metklmg 19 say 8ke pueked tkem- jrJMe the attic sal closing tile door faeteaed It with a stout wooden bar Beyond that door which seemed to have closed om every hope Betty held the tallow dip aloft and by Its uncer tala led Ilcker1AC llgut surveyed ker prisem The briefest glance sufficed Tke reesa eoatalaed two skakedowm beds sad a stool there was a window r Pd tke PIe but apiece of Heavy plank was spIked before itMies Betty Hat you be scared alHred Hannibal When the lodge I L iI iI= i i 3 PER NTj i Ageprrj =rIf I CJIIIDRIN PosDieBkfIfuI t Jless dlblContalnsldtlr NI ufIIl tiz W h rw Jat A yrOl tiSezShDbrr1 w FaErish Loss OFSIE lK rI NEW YORK Atb r nr s on Do u TS = V- Zact QCopy of Wrapper nears were gone mm ana Mr am Hers Ye Quests Old Womanl hefty will try to find us Theyll go rlgkt off to Belle Plainthe judge is always wanting to do that only Mr Mahaffy never lets himbut now he wont be able to atop him Oh Hannibal Hannibal what can ke do there what can ajiy one do Utret And a dead pallor pver spread the girls face To speak of the blind groping of her friends but served to fix the horror of their situ ation in her mind iidont bow Miss Betty but the judge is always thinking of things to do seems like they was mostly things ao OO else would ever think of Betty had placed the candle on the stool and seated herself on one of the beds There was the murmur of voices In the room beloW she won dared U her fate was under considera tion and what that fate was to be Hannibal who had been examining the window returned to her side Miss Betty It we could just get out of this loft we could steal their skiff and row down to the river reckon they got just the one boat- Uleonl7 way they could get to us would be to swim out and 1fthey done that we could pound em over the head with the oarsthe lleast lit tie thing sinks you when youre In the water But this murderous fancy of Ms failed to Interest Betty Presently they heard Sherrod and Bunker come up from the shore with George Slosson joined them and there was a brief discussion then an interval of silence and the sound of voices again as the three white men moved back across the field in the direction of the bayou There succeeded a period of utter stillness both in the cabin and in the clear lag a somber hush that plunged Bet ty yet deeper in despair Wild thoughts assailed her thoughts against which she struggled with all the strength of her will In that hour of stress Hannibal was sustained by his faith In the judge Haaw his patrons powerful and picturesque Intelligence applied to solving the mystery of their disappearance from Belle Plain It was in conceivable that this could prove otherwise than disastrous to Mr Slos son andthe endeavored to share the HettyII andImoment of forgetfulnesr came to Bet ty She was waiting for what she did not know The candle burnt low er and lower and finally went out and Bha waa llrt In darkness but again Natures Way Is The BestBerUd deep M evr AOMTMU forest we find bloodroot queens root man dnfce sd step rt feUea eal Orefoa grape rootiad cherrybark Of these Dr LY FleMe meee a pvre glyeerio extract which has been favorably kriown for erir fettr T si He em kII Golden Medical Discovery rbi Dkiery pe44s the Wooctand toots up the stomach and the entire iSSM Is Neiqire wn way Its jut the tissue builder and tonio you require his muye4 from a hud cold trip or pneumonia No matter how strong the the tUanh k c to be IIwt of kilter at times in consequence rnonuItetaMefp t k In shape to make pure rich bloodhelps the liver and l k kMacys to expel the poboat from the body The weak nerve nm4 dchUUated condition Which to many people 7 R exywieM et thk tkac ef the year U usually the effect of a J ytriMM la the Mood it iU often indicated by pimples or boils fl 4 MMri4Mi the skin the face becomes tbla you feel blue i I awfultr JziG Kurr of 710 L Street 8 E Washington DC advisedre yd DiscovfIlTy MM hiMyter It U tho greatest and best medicine that Iever toek My health jrnucli better than it was before t Mtac yowr Meucino Jijdocs nil you claim for it and la farf w rr A CASTORIA For Infants and Children The KInd You Have Always Bought 1 Bears the Signature of i 10 U e For Ovjer IYearsI she was conscious 01 sounas zrom rue room below At first It was only a word or a sentence then the guarded speech became a steady monotone that ran deep Into the night Even tually this ceased and Betty fancied she heard sobs t CHAPTERXX Murrell Shows His Hand At length points of light began to show through chinks in the logs Han nlbal roused and sat up rubbing his eyes with the backs of his hands Wasnt you able to sleep none he inquired Betty shook her head He looked at her with an expression of troubled concern How soon do you reckon the judge will know he asked Very soon now dear Hannibal was greatly consoled by this opinion Miss Betty ho will love to find usHark What was that for Betty had caughtthe distant splash of oars Hannibal found a chink in the logs through which by dint of much sgulnt Ing he secured a partial view of the bayou Theyre fetching tip a keel boat to the shore Miss BettyIts a whoop er he announced Bettys heart sank she never doubted the purpose for which that boat was brought into the bayou or that it nearly concerned herself Half an hour later Mrs Hicks appeared wlh their breakfast It was in vain tbjat Betty attempted to en gage her la conversation Either she cherished sbme personal feeling of dislike foil her prisoner or else the wasplacedeven to h0r dull mind and her din satisfaction was expressed In her at tltude toward the girl Betty passed the long hours of morning in dreary speculation concerning what was happening at Belle Plain In the end she realized that the day could goby and her absence occasion n0 alarm Steve might reasonably suppose George had driven her into Raleigh or to the Bowens and that she had kept the carriage Finally all her hope centered on Judge Price He would expect Hannibal dujr Ing the morning perhaps when the boy did not arrive be would be temp ed to go ut to Belle Plain to discover the reason of his nonappear ance She wdndered what theories would offer themselves to his genious mind for she sensed something of that Indomitable energy which in the face of rebus and laughter carried him into the thick of every sensation At noon Mrs Hicks as sullen as In the morning brought them their din neroShe had scarcely quitted the loft when a shrill whistle pierced the si lence that hung above the clearing It was twice repeated and the two women were heard to go from the caIn Perhaps half an hour elapsted then a step became audible on the packed earth of the dooryard tome one entered the room bejow and began to ascend the narrow stairs and Bettys lingers closed convulsively about HannlbaUa This was neither Mrs Hicks nor her daughter nor Slosson with his clumsy shuttle There was a brief pause when the landing was reached but it was only momen tary a hand lifted the bar the door was thrown open and its space framed the figure of a man it was John Murrell Standing there ho regarded Bdtty in silence but a deepseated fire glowed in his sunken eyes The sense of pos- sessIon was raging through him his temples throbbed a fever stirred his blood Love such as it was he un doubtedly telt for her and even his giant project with all Its monstrous ramifications was lost sight of for the moment She was the inspiration for It all tha goal ana reward for which he single word fell softly from his lips He stepped into the room closing the door as he did so The glrl4 eyes were dilating with a mute horror for by some swift in tuitive process of the mind which asked nothing of the iQgic events but dealt ojily with conclusions Mur rell stood revealed as Nortons murder r Perhaps he read her thoughts degenerateambitions ments or tjie understanding of them no longer ejxlstedfor him That Bet ty had loved Norton seemed inconse quential even it was a memory to be swept way by the force of his greater as1ofl4So he watched her smilingly but back of the smile was the menacO of unleashed Impulse Cant yojSgfinoV some word of welcome for the Betty he asked at iuurtli stiLlsoftIv still with some t t i4- t t = Mdko Pearl1403941i Record 228 ttrial 2 18 I Bay Horse 15 hand high veieht 1250 Ibs foaled 1903 Sued byvMpk6j 24457 s ire- ofU futurtv Ajfl klS Wi 1mLse tbeseasonu tie Fair Glounds ut r fI5tdrInsure a Living Colt or 10 Cash at Time of Service Moko2 7 Broth to Bumps I 20311 Sire Includ f9 in 230 ng Brenda York 04Fereno 2051 ative 31 2 j BelleI SUk 4 Susie Gomo i3 210 209IAlso ire dam odj The vester 01 I1JJ JJ- Little P fhrl RecordJ221 Dan on Moko Pearl 22S54 1I 6 Money due When colt is foaled parted or bred elsewhere J tJI inmg 01 entreaty in jus iu Then it was younot Tom who had me brought here She could have thanked God had it ieen Tom whose hate was not to b feared as she feared this mans vITomno and Murr laughed You didnt think Id give ou up am standing with a halte about my neck and all for your ke whod Thentt Was YouNot 7 J omWhoI Had Me Brought HjoVel risk as much for love of rod r He seemed to expand with age prldI that this was so and toda ward her i Dont come near me led Betty Her eyes blazed and sh looked at him with loathing Youll learn to be kinc sr he exulted You wouldnt see le at Belle Plain what was left for me but to have you brought here While Murrell was spea Ing the sig nal that had told of hIs 01 i presence on the opposite shore of the bayou ar1resttainty passed over his fa then he made an impatient gestu as if he J dismissed some thought that had forced Itself upon him nd turned to Betty dont ask what mj purpose is IYou you are concerned you have on that score She en alIerelllsought leans and when I leave jiio country you 1Neverto call it IU teach you wli at a mans lore is like he boasted jnd extend ed his hand Betty shrank from and his hand fell at his side himI looked at her Eteudily out cf Lila deep sunk eyes in which blazed he fires i his pasolon and uLho looked her face paled and Hushed by J rae You may learn to be kind to tie Betty he said You may hind it will be worth your while Betty made no answer she only gathere Hannibal closer to her side Why not accept what I have to offer Be ttj Again he went nearer her and again she shrank froth him but the adness ol his mood was in the ascendant He seized her and drew her tp him She struggled to free herself I ut his gers tightened about her Let me go she p nted He laughed his cool laugh of triumph Let you goask me an thing but that Betty Have you no reward for patience such as mine A nhole sum mer has passed since J saw you first There was the noisy scuffling of feet on the stairs and releasing Bet ty Murrell swung about 01 his heel and faced the door It was pushed open an inch at a time by a not too confident hand and Mr SJosson thus guardedly presented uhlmself to the JCCkoned1trom ellboatDamn you Joe you intent have waited observed the 810s1 son gave him a hardened gi 1n They crossed the clearing and be arded the keel boat which rested aj alnst the bank As they did so the cabin in the stern gave up a shattered presence in the shape of Tom War Mur rell started violently I t1ughtyqu were hanging out in Memphis Tom K ha snjd and his brow darjr J Baron Wilkes 4758 Record fc18 Sire of19 in 210 Sire of 152 in 230 Sire6f darns of 189 Grand sire of 714 7Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230 a Gran dam of 2 in 230 Hinder Thomas40393 Sire of 1 in 230 Sire of dam of 230 Isolene Dam of Little Pearl 221 gragddam of Moko Pearl 2Bt George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 Sire of dams of 207 Grandsire of 3160 in 230 Belle Patchen Great brood mare Strathmore 408 Sire of 89 in 230 Sire ofdarns of 212 Grandsire of 228 in 230 Princess Ethel Great brood mare r Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 230 a Sire of dams of 15 Grandsire of 13 in 230 Heralga Dam of sire Plums tone 3269 Sire of 5 in 230 Sire of dams of 4 Alice Loraine Granddam of Zfittle Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 228 mare with outliw InevsnIsinister and loroi acting ae closer to the planter Ware did not answer at once but looked at Mur rell out of heavy bloodshot eyes his face pinched and ghastly At last he1 said speaking with visible efforttI stayed in Memphis until live oclock this morning Damn your early hourslN roared Murrell What are you doing bereV I suppose youve been showing that neighrwhy didnt you stay at Plain since you couldnt keep away Tt I havent been near Belle Plain iijj came hero instead How am I going to meet people and answer questions His teeth were chattering Is it known shes missing he added Hicks raised the alarm tbd first thing this morning according to the instructions Id given himt driPIping from every pore and the sickly color came and went on his unshaven cheeks Murrell dropped a heavy hand on his You shoulderI onINo one John morning cued Ware pant lag between each word There was aI sPokeiIare they doing at Belle Plain he demanded in a whisper Murrellfl I un lips curledIclOt he said cried Ware S IGoodl are dragging the bayou down house It looks as though you were going to reap the rewards of the excellent management you have given her estate They have MemphliIIyou safe John no chance tit discovery For Gods sake get her away from here as soon as you can its an awful risk you runIShell be sent down river tonight said Murrell j Captain tigan Slosson who up to this had taken no part in the con venation when are you going to cross to tother side of the bayou Soon replied Murrell Slossoh laughrt I didnt know but youd clean for got the Clans business I want to ask another question but first I want to say that no one thinks higher or more frequent of thelladles than just me Im genuinely fond of eni and Ive hever lifted my hand agin em 8108sonlookedvirtuous expression of countenance lie continued Yo orders are that were to slip out of this a little afore midnight but suppose theres a hitch heres the lady knowing what she knows and bOres the boy knowing Murrell what There be knowsII never knew a speculation that couldnt go wrong and by rights we should have got away last night Well whose fault is it you didnt demanded Murrell In a manner it were mine but the ark got on a sandbank as we were fetching it in and it took us the whole damn night to get clear We1l7prompted Murrell with a sullen frown Suppose they get shut of that notion of theirs that the ladys done drowned herself suppose they take to watching the river Or suppose the whole damn bottom drops out of this gOOdlookingmake west Tennessee mighty on healthy for some ot us I say sup itd youhaystween you and this part of the world you cant tell me youll have any use for her then Slosson paused im pressively And heres Mr Ware feeling bad feeling like hell he re siinled Him and me dont want to be left in no trap with you gone God only knows where Ill send a pan to take chargeof the keel boat I cant risk any more of your bungling Joe Thats all right but you dont an swer my quesUon persisted Slosson with urposelWhatA lot can happen between this and midnight If things go wrong with us ther be a blaze at the head of the bayou Does that satisfy you fAnd what then Murrell hesitated What ohnut the rdrlf Insieed a HambletonianlOi ror i Mam tat hen 58 i Sally Chorister i Hambletonian 10 j Lady Waltermire Volunteer 55 t Black Bess JjRedWilkqs 1749 Lady Almorit f Bermeshl8 Alga 4 Pluinmer19i6r Bernardsville Maid rfprner 123o IPickaniny JiSlosBon dragging mm oacn tV point at issue between them 49 a man I wouldnt lift my hand aglu noI good looking woman except like I said in kindness but the cant be turned loose she knows too much sayIi made a gesture of appeal to Ware Look for the light better stilly look for the mandril send And with1 this Alurrell would bave turied away tWt thoriveyIMidtavernJieeper in a hoarse undertone Agan he looked toward Ware WhotJ drylipped and ashen was regarding him steadfastly Glance jnet glance for a brief Ibstant they looked into each others eyes and then the Iwnd Sloon had rested on Murrells shoulder dropped at his side CHAPTER XXI IThe Judge Meets the Situation judges and Mf Mahaffys ode bration of the formers rehabilitated credit had occupied the shank or the evening the smaU hours of the night laiIn the morning and as the stone jug in which were garnered tho spoils ot the highly confidential but entirely misleading couvt ration which the Judge had held with Me Pegloeafter his return from Belle Plain lost In weight It might have been observed that he and Mr Mabaffy seemed toI gain In that nice sense of equity which should form the basis of all human re 1Ia1haffYjudge each trustfully placing the reg ulatidn of hIs private conduct in the hands of his friend as the one most likely to be affected by the rectitude of his acts Probably extensive50 a consump tl9n of Mr Pegloes corn whisky had never been accomplished with great er hlghmlndedness They honorably split the last glass the Judge scorning to set up any technical claim to it as his exclusive property then ho stared nt 1IahatrrwhUQ Mahaffy dark visaged and forbidding stared back at him The judge sighed deeply He took up fhq jug and Inverted It A stray drop or so fell languidly into his glass Try squeezing iit Price said Ma haffyI Tho judge shopk the jug it gave forth an empty sSund and bo sighed again he aUempted to peer into It closing one watery eye as ho tilted it toward the light I wonder no Yankee has ever I Try Squeezing It Price Said Ma haffy thought to Invent n1ug with a glass bottom lie observed What for7 asked Mahaffy- Ypu astonish me Solomon ex claimed the Judge Coming as You do from that section which Invented the wooden nutmeg and an eightday clock that has been known to run as much as four or five hours at a stretch I am aware thoYankees are l an ingenious people I wonder nono of em ever thought or a jug with aiglass bottom so that when a body holds it up to the light jbo can see at a glance whether It is empty or not Do you reckon Pegioe has sufficient confidence to fill tho jug again lor usBut Mahaffys expression indicated no great confidence In Mr TPcgloos confidence Credit began the judge Is pro vArhihiiv nbv still it roIlY sometimes Bouncing Connaught 15272 IMPORTED ENGLISH HACKNEY STALI4ONiiWill make the season of 1912 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky at jt 15 To IInsure a Living Colt or 10 Cash tJ tat Time of Service O Money due whenCplt foaled mare parted witlTt r bred elSewhere 4This horse is six ears old 16 hands high weigh4275 IbV dark Chesnut sorrel and t andbred d7ittoglve size This horse 1Ijhas proven himself to be a sure and good bncftder Your paronageaft z solicited and apprecIateda HI A C KIMBALLSpringfield l J i JrN j Bad Spells rf tI I suffered during girlhood from wom nty weakness writes Mrs Mollie Navy ofWalritlt t NCCAt JasU1 was almost bed ridqen and fyad to give up We had three do torsAl1 the timeI was getting worse I had bad spells that lasted from 7 to 28 days In one Week after II o gave Cardui i a trial r cotild eat sleep and loke as well as anybody In 8 wee s I wzus velL I had been an invalidVfor 5 weary years Cardui relieved me when everythinfc II p1p failed 1 TAKECARDU n I If you are weak and ailing thinkwhattt it would mean to you to recover as quickly as Mrs Navy did For more than 50 years this purely vegetable tqnic remedy forewomen has been used by thousandsof weak and ailing sufferers They found itrof real value in relieving their aches andtt pains Why suffer longer A tem dy that line relievEd i and helped so many is ready at the nearest drug store JorJuse at once by you Try it Write to Ladles AdvisoryDept todayttfor Special Instructions and Wpa book J YOU wJ That questidn will be asked you almost daily by mep seeldngjrour services If you qualify take the Draughon Training and show kmbitionto rise r More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than in orsbaU other bust t ness coHeges COMBINED 48 Collegeim 18 States International reputation Banking TrPewrltlnf Frnmanihlp lUb fipelllnr Arithmetic Letter Writing Easiness Lin aaxllUnr branches POSmONS under reaBonable condition Booldceeping BOokkeepers allover DraughonsNewfrom 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically nfl U S offi cia court reporters write the System of Shorthan DrauBhpn Colleges teach Vhv9 Because they know tdihe Sest Lit PBACTICAJL BUSINESS COLLEGE Hathville or Memphis orKnozrille Tenu or Paducah Ky or EraMTiUe 14 I 11L l I 1 Advisethe use of a goodloxative to keep thC bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested N food froifi getdnginto your system rhe latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Uvcr Syrup purely vegetable gentle I reliable and of a pleasant romtJc taste acts on the liver as Weltas on the f stomach and bowels and of tHe greatest possible efficacy In constipation luJigestion biliousness sick headache feverisiness coUdftxhilence etc Try VFX I YE UN li1oIincreasca use uio ulus body and the meatal faculties hy Ju djclous use Ive always tcgarded Pegloes as a cheap mind I hope have done him an Injustice He put on his hat and tucking the jug under his arm went from the bouse Ten or fifteen minutes elapsed Ma hairy considered this a good signs It didnt take long to say fro be reflected Another ten or fifteen Mahaffy lost heart Then there Jfinie a hasty step beyond the door it was jUdgejprecIpitated Solomon I firing shocking news GotLtooya what the next low hours may reveal erred tho Judge mop iping his brow Miss Malroy dis nppearcd from Belle Plain arid tHan nlbal has gonq with her Where have they gone asked Ma haffy and his long Jaw dropped Would to God I had an answer ready for that questiOn Sotomon answered the judge with a mblan c holy shake of lhf stead He gazed down on nls frlerid with an air ot large tolerance t om going to Belle Plain but you are too drunk Slep- ti off S lomonaudjolnmo when your brain is clear and your egs 01II 4Tp be continued j jCearlj WomanisTomc The i 4 I 1 aBetterJOB I i fk IIbusiness Velvo is elapsed IfDRAUGHONS Physicians lAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP The Ctxtise of Many Sudden Deaths t Ithereis a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep iii U tive Manysudden deaths are caused jby it heart djs f jypneumonia l I JIrapoplexy are often the result of lads Ioey disease g Ikidney trouble toadvaucf it I t thekidneypoisc cdad blood will tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediniest ir jtlc urine head ache tuck ache lame back dizziness clecplessncss nervouh ness or the kidneys themcelvcs Jbrcal down bud waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always rem I 4 from a derangement of the kidneys ant I better health in that organ is obtains I quickest by a proper treatment of the kid I iieys SwampRoot corrects inability hold urine and scaIIing aIniuarisgit and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often througi the day had to get up many fames durinj the night ITiemUdandiinmediateeffet i kidncyrcnuedilljcausopf itTejnarkable health restcrini properties A trial wiltcoutince anyese SwampRoot is pleasant to take and it l sold by all druggists in fiftycent i cL onedollar size bottles Yon nay have c snmpJeWtlc andabook that tells Ill about it both pentrce bymall Address Dr Kilmer Co Bingluunton N Y Vh writing mentiOn reading tkw gee erpnsioffec in this paper Boat rnki any mistake but remember tbt same SwamIJPRoot and doqt let a denier selljyoufiomethlTginplaceofSwampKool Ifyondoyaw win 1e dlenolnt4