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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i kV 5 n 1r E5TABLIStlBD t tr IV 83 7Co Ist jj i tti II I4 rcpIp t MECSERIESYOL XIXMc INGFIEl WAHINGON COUNTY 2 I = id t n d EXPRESSION IN MODERN HAND i =guisisThouifIness to the Observ Cor aii Well as leme of thb New VIrtue b Th rtlig no doubt that Jths exprea iloDr of lheTiand IE higher 9lvlllredffof race ku changed in a hundred years said an observant woman the other 4aY Lfaceers sYsRtchard Pryce In his novel Chrlsfdph4rrtthe Hand Beautiful of S 4f4 convention lacked subtleties Now anylnight at anY dinner table where Su 1 erlor Persons are gathered together The modern hand is a thoughtful hand and makes use of gestures which derr note thfrnetrvirtues of pity and altru J Ism asweU as an extraordinary feel lug for the arts especially that of 0muslcone ot the classical concerts and ex junined their hands you would hardly find one of the old blunt squarefin gered brutal type among them SirJHenry IrvIng had beautiful and essentially modern hands and he used hlsnactinghis hands instead of his face In some great scene1 so expressive were they ol I of hlli oUons In medieval times 61onld nowaIo s er or a celebrated physician Yet MraPryces heroine belies her Intellectualthands She is an arrant coquette In spite of her superflAe and modern emotions contrives to treat the hero very shabbily These modern hands with all their subtleties are therefore Qcomplexitiesfi waryobseryer k NEVER FIGHT WITH BURGLAR 6 Up etVcbalr and FrlghtenHIm Away That la the Advice of a City t POiIcemano Dont ever h n1a burglar Male a noise and frighten hint away Upset a chair or slam A doorsaAlmost all burglars carry revolveera of the finest kind A pete man or safe blower the most dangefous kind of criminal usually carries an automatic revolver as It gives the quickest actloujEvery householder should have a weapon in the house but he should never use it unless to save his life It is the Inexperienced man whpre use of the revolver makes it danger ous 4A professional or expert burglar will never shoot unless to avoid capture A safe blower will shoot at a LcaptureSpecial Officer Edward Brophy anD expert made these statements says thee Pittsburgh Post It is only on the very rarest occasions that he can be induced to talk about himself but Itlis a fact that he is a crack shota witfic a pistol He has made a study of in weapons and has a collection of them H at his homo ranging from little bajya hammerless revolvers to huge Win chester rifles a shot from which willh move a heavy safe He has always been linterested in guns and has tofken special pains to learn about therguns burglars and other criminals carry School LnndShlp j fiOneschool training which the boys of Ber lln Germany enjoy most is the land ship on which young sailors go throttch a regular daily training The Iltls is the name ofthe land ship which has been built and which has a jcrew of 120 boys The larger boys act as officers When they are at work dondy blouses and caps There is gun practice on the land ship every dayll and a naval drill and all the work of a ship is done by tie boysf They have the greatest fun in climb- Ing the spars and hoisting the sails bSthere are always more applicants for beotI1Uled A ValueCf Good Manners The woman who amounts to any I thing these days must have good man ners There are exceptions but theawoman who would make friends for herself or business for her firm will I have a lot easier time and be more Spriccessfulllr she has acquired personall charm An unfortunate manner neu fjillze the good a woman does The capable woman need not grow slack in her work because she leads not a drives because she is soft of voice u suave 61 tongue kindly of heart and gracious 10 all The reason most of the Women aT otherwise than suave is that the turmoillorllCe gets the upper hand They let their nerves ga and good breeding follows o Honor Utterer of Epigrams The Japanese are great admirers of epigrams and apt phrases Their loveI of such things Is carried so far that when a guest says something unusual Jy brilliant the host or hostess wil- beg hlpUto write down his remark iilarge ornamentall script The is then mounted and hung on the aroaiments much as we might bang up a text or motto Naturally the author of a hon mot treated in this way teelsi himself highly honored to be thus iplaced pn record But tho sentences wlsdonlilOan IS not much in evidence Goes to the Club tMarksDoes your wife play by ear ParkfYei but not by my vt iear ifrl can help If Boston Tran f1 DeterminedI I t IDMiUr but so modest and demm jat a wedding that it is hard B her of having bossed the affa l1t M Jroft kud Aichl6oa A tS r 7 TIlEj NEWS1 =LEADI3Ri i roPERYr tf 1 HcaquartersFor Champ Clark Are Opened Campaign headquarters too om the candidacy in Kentucky SpeakerChamp Clak for the Democratic PresIdential noniina tiyu V rerpen dtyday imrthe- ouisiiIIe Hotel rpQma270 and 272 being secured tlpl JamesE tone thief Clerk of the House l1cbal1 tlnumberCarro1Ithii j SergeantatArms or the House Representatives has been named as assistant secretary oftt the Clark headquarters While Congressman Qllie Mtames iii the iClarlr campaigni t chairman for Kentucky he will ofitheLouisville who is an ardent t of the Speakers and acy will give the Qiark head quarters his personal attention nd In a large measure direct he campaign for Kentuckys inff structions Clark pictures the buttons iin I cluding ths famous They Gotta uitKickin MY Dawg Around variety will be distributed as well as literature furthering the t claims of tha Missotirian who 10 a native of Kentucky It is the intention of the Clark managers to perfect a strong and organize Clirk Tubs iin erery county ofthe State Mayor Head Col Stone nd the other Clark managers the utmost confidence in Kentucky Thmocratsstanding by the Speaker forPresirtent- C9ngressman James will come to LouisVille from Washington the last of the week in person ally start the work for the Mis sourians catdidacy inthis State Louisville limes FOR DEACON JENKINS Followed His UnVvlso Attempt tor Bar Women From I Their Meeting Place Deacon Jenkins happened to the- ccident ot com In mighty nigh freez to death recently and heres bowed done swore a solemn oath bout yard long that the suffragcttln wo men shouldnt hold a meetln in his ouse an he pfiared to be In his right mind whilst he was aswearin an he fastened the winders and doublebar ed the door an sot down to wait de velopments He didnt have to watt long Hero come the suffragettln brigade led by Ills good lady two dozen trong and ndin the house locked agin em they imashed the windows and proceeded to oust the door in in which they wait quite successful but th re was no sign o the deacon when they enteredI though one o them sajd she seen the remains of two legs goln up the chim ney The meetln was called to order an idnt adjourn till j2 oclock that night when the deacon hollered he chimney to his good lady to ladder so that be could come downI rom the roof an thaw Jilmseir He didnt have on nl1 coat crawieci up but when he come down e had on a purty thick overcoat ofII Icicles but at this wrltln hes in most saUstactoryAdains Ga Enterprise Credit Ch rch Trustee Did you occupy your last pulpit ivlth credit Ne Rector Entirely There was never ny cash connected with tPJudge Sign of Age You are aging a little when you no longer consider hardship a good time Atchison Globe SIXTEEN HUNDRED LIVES LOST I When the titanic Went Down Sutvivors Landj ed Jn New York L INew York April 18Uow the White Star Liner Titanic the largest ship afloat sank off the Grand Bajiks of Now Foundland on Monday morning last carry ing to thir death 1601 of the 2340 persons naboard was told to the world in all its awful details for tthe first tune tonignt with the Arrival in New York of he Cupard liner Carpathia bearing tt1e exhausted survivors off the catastrophe Of thq great facts that stand out from the chaotic acjcount of the tragedy these are the most salient DEATH LIST INCREASED The death list has been in creased rather than decreased Six persons died after being rescued Time list of prominent people loststands as previously reported Pract easily every woman and child wifh tile exception of thosd women who refused to leave their husbands were saved Among these last was Mrs Isador Straus The survivors on the life boats saw the lights on the strickn vesselglimmer the last heard her band playing and saw the doomed hundreds on her deck and heard their groans and cries when the vessel sank Accounts vary as to the ex lent of the disorder on board Not only was the Titanic tearing through the night to her doom with every ounce of steam crowded on but she was under orders from the general officers of the line to make all the speed of which she wa capable This was the statement inaile tonight by T H Moody a quartermaster of the vessel and helmsman oc the night of the disaster He zad the ship WAS making twenty one kno13 au hour and the officers were striving to liveup lote orders tosmash the recAid It wasiclose to midnight said Moody JIand I was on the bridge viti the second officer who was in command Sudden ly he shouted Porttyourimelm- I did so biit it was too late We struck the submerged portion of the berg 1 y Of tne many accounts given by the passengers most of them agreed that the shock when the Titantic stuck the ic berg al though ripping Her great sides like a giant can openar dd nOt greatl jar the eiitire vessel for the bljw was a glancing one along hr sidorroe accounts also agree substantially that when the passengers were taken off the lifjeboatd there was no serious pajnic and that many theIsinkable How the Titantic sank is iold by Carlos iF Hurda still correspondent of the Evening World who was a pasaenyer on thb Carpathia and ionignf fur n sped thVti newspaper with his account He gives the number of lives 44 M II SkatltlRINK i OPEN EVERY i Tuesday and Fridaj NIghtsiI I j EACHWEEK f 12500 1 iib given away free riin the f X contest Come and 1votig1 llhel trrTr x x 1 L 1 l BURNS MP f 4i W Wl lost as 1700 He prailses highlv the courage of the rca lhun d reds of yhoni save Vjelf licevbi witha heroism whic equaled but could notexceedt eaccountIsays that of Julie Jan pAst IIe B Harris FuHenry Jaqufs ireIIeandothersin the long list of first cabin passengms lo thejboilersucpount which final finished the Titantics career The bulk head system though lirobably working prevailed ory tto deay I- Ithestips f sinking nil positionI starjllboardjlt caused the boiler to eftiode and these explosions broke ihe ship in two The ships sting band ti gathered in The s loon pear thj end 11narl alive sIVS and played Nearer My God to Thee n p The account continu j The crash against the iceberg which had bud sighted at only a quarter mile istance came almost si uiui tank slY with the click of the levers perated tl from the brfdge whlcbj stoppeti the engines and clOsea ie watertight doors Capt fjitlv on the bridge a mom ntlater summoned all on board o put on life p eervers and ord red the lifeboats loweredIiThe first boatsliad n are male passeng0rsas the men ere theo first to reach the dpcI When the ruth of frightened 2n andp to1the1S flistruewas rigidly eitbrctd jj Officers drew revqlv fs but in most cases there w4 j no use for them Revolver suIS heard jv shortly before the TiUJs c wenith down caused many run rs onei Capt Smith had sl 1t him IthIt tj another that Fir Officer a Murdoclc had ended hisCe but members of tb6 crewI iscredit f these rumors Captain Smith was he first officer who realized tl perilLt but he did not believe t s boattwhich he expected to Hot to glory on this her inah in tripc was in danger of wing i nvn Asp a precautionary measu how ever he instructed the iyireless operator to send out ihe 3 O S cill the international signal of distress on the sea so j ml aid would be on hand if it ciune to- the vorst a This was before Jbht POW r failed and the ttfirrifyin signal askingrCOiperatorfi had barely clicked hi lnstru went for the fInal le irohis 3messagethe dynamo room iiiIIHe turned tOj his ace lU atotc set which was vcaluq splut 1teringbut they were incapablej of car- r ing a greater distance than a hundred miles Time first S Q S all was picked up by the Ci paihia which headed at once forthcs scene of the disaster Tile Ti tunic had gone down bat re shcIl reached thespot but n raerous lpitces of wreckage tolde stori of what had happened A number of bodies wj e seen iloating about in the e Held They were eyidentiy thj 0 who li id sought refuge on tfloat f ing cakes of ice or in cli ging toi the pieces of wreckajj j The ncold5perished while the 0 rpalhia and a number cf oth liers were rushing to thfir id No attempt was madeto r vcr theires bodies IrWith lie lin ITPH 5xtft n that Nervous ThpJl II Are you easily tired lad your usual vigor and strength Then your digestion mist be poor your blood must besthin your nerves miiit be- tweak You need a strong t tonic You need Ayers Sarsaparilla tile only Sarsa parilla entirely free frdiii alco I hoi We believe your odor t will endorse these tate II1rnents Ask and find out t i Ithink constipation is pi trillingI consequence just ask your doc or HeJ will disabuscyou that notion in shortj wiUsaymild liver pill all vegetable Kadbr the J ATXB Low Xul his splendid craft was doomed Captain SLmith ordeied the life- oats lowered His orders were obeyed with alacrity and tbe Vomen and children were low red The lifeboats were rocked and swayed by tbQ Ihd and rolling t the biir boat und great dUI ulty was experienced in getting he women aboard without mis bap There was a ga herinft in the grand salon on Sunday night at nUed by mon Bud women of the clthcsjlti t boats In their evening gowns which affured but scant prelec tin fotn the chills winds andt water Guided only by the cries of tin distressed survivors the Car tthia cautiousty made hcr wai through the dangerous ice fields picking up boatload after boatr load of frenzied woman andt children Capt Smith was Jast seen on 0h6sank leaping only after the 1decln1 Old Offices Will i Be Torn Down a IYankforl Ky April 18 The little red brick building f historic interest because of 1 the marked contrast between its lath appearance and the old ldfe House which It adjoins oon will be a thing of the past was decided tonight by theR Capitol Commission to sell ttlic buildingin front of the Crmrtp ousnext county court dayIIi e purchaser to tear down and remoyp the building within nine l y days The building was used d s hl headquir ers of the moun tain army which invaded Frank ort during the Goebsl troubles was occupied fur many nights in that winter by the Republican ders The buildng prior to p the completion of the new Catiw tol vas occupied by tlie railroadr omuission the Agriculture De artinent and the Arijoantv General ra t tajsolutions J o Sp intieldLodge No 50F A M Springfield KyAprilf lfl 1912cWhereas Brother Thomas A Taturn a Master Mason aods hair9tin n erirthly irfste board on Mach 0th 1912 laiddown the work ng tool ot lifes labor and was alled up to receive his reward from the Gnat Grand Master fn be it resolved That while we are taught to be reverently submissive to every dispensation ffri m the hand of the Divine Ruler yet wedeptbiv the loss which this lodge lias taincd in the death ota brother whose deep understanding nd appreciation of the symbol ism ntjd philosophic teachings ofIi our aiickht and honorable insti lution imttrkud him as a worthy ooj ctoiour favr and esteem That we extend our sincertty- mpathy and condolence to the familrof our departed brother n their bertavpmrit That as a token of our fratef al remembrance the usual sym bols of inuruingbedisplayed in the lodge room and wovnby the brethern that a copy of these lw ions be entered on the records o this ludge arid a page of the minutes beset apart to theii memory of Bro Tatum that l copies of thesq resoliitions be siiit to the local papeis and to the widow of the decastCi Bobl it IIRM McChord 11 Moss i tominiitee Noisy Rest y r Mrs Isaac L RJoowb has done so to diminish New Yorks noises aid In a recent antinoise address i congratulate thoso New Yorkbo tels that have substituted lights fOt bolls A light you know flashes up beneath a room number In summon ing servants that Is quite as efficacious while it Is ever so munch less noisy than the Ungallngallng of an electric bell iIHotels need Such devices You have heard perhaps of that typically noisy hotel whereof a man once isked i t IfIs It an uptodate plate Uptodate Rutherl Lwas a rlenda reply Thoy bripg you every night a sleeping powder with Out tea water I J TIlE PUBLIC DRINKING CUP New Goes Into Effect June 12 The recentlyenacted statet law Pohibiting the common drinking cup in Kentucky vill gO jntj effect about June 10 f The ldv forbids t1iUj of common drinking Upi en rail toad trains ajd inrail od sta ion hotels boirding housps restaurants steamboat stores or other publicly frequented places No person or jjbrpora lion in charge of such places shall permit the use of ttie drink ing cup in common andi Warning placards must be pjst d in con spicuous positions A violation off the prwis ipns of the actiio punishable by a lne of nl tess han ll1nd notmorf iha p aiid each days violation of ny off the provisions of the act is o 0 considered a seperte off js Trees of all Counties on the Capitol Ground Fi nkfort Ky1 April 18 On date yet to be fixed by tbe Capitol Ccmmission delegations from each of the 120 counties in ie State will cone to Frankfort and plant trees on the Capito- lroundeachcountytohave one tree Tim was decided on itta meeting of Ipe Capitol Com mis ion this afiernoqi on the sug gestion of Judge James Garnett torney G neraJ whocalloda 5ntion to the need for trqes r expected that the day will be- n eventful one and brinic hun rtds of visitors tj Frankfort May Solicit in Dry Territory Another decision effrfcting the liquor business was handed down riilayby theCourtof Appas hich futher const rUed the Ia ws- elating to the sale uf intoicat ing liquor in territory which has- oted against the sale of liquor ourtsavs there is no law- gainst soliciting orders for whisky iu prohibition territory whether his is done secretly or openly In the case at bar Orene arker was indicted in Larual ount for the sale of whlkeY1 ItA as shown tint tIme purchaser money order to Parker at Covlngton for the whisky and eti The court here savs the sale was made it Covmgtbn where the money was paidand not in Larual county rbe court further says that Ift cuts no figure that the whisky was made and stored in Kentucky i shipped to Cincinnati and then reshipped to Larual county Notice I have a full line f wagms nd vehicles ofidI kinds atl the Washington County Tobacco Wiirebous6 and I will be here every Saturday add county court day Jurties desiring tosee me cai get me by phone at any time Call 223 H K Curtsinger L OneMan Structure The biggest oneman structure in England la Stlvlclml church near Co eutry Jhmes Green a nfitive of that city not only worked tho stones used In it but with the help ofa single borer placed them all In position and in fact constructed the whole t from foundation to turrets How long it took him to acompllsh this feat Is not clear Ho is said to bavo been eogaged on the task for 40 years but Jhe Interval which elapsed weenthodcmnolition of old church and the opening bf the present one was onlyen years 4t all evt Greens record iiy inianytxlhers iconnecticm with building will wo may be sure stand for generations Wide World Magazine Juplttrs Moons Ono of the greatest discoveries of science iis duo to observation of the eclipses of Jupiters moons It was found that when the earth was In tho part of it3 orbit nearest to Jupiter these jecllpses occurred minutes arller than when It was In the fur tliermodt part whereas by all rules ot astronomy they should hava oc curredrht the same minute each time It1was deduced from thIs that light Iras hot instantaneous and conse qnently took 16 minutes to traverse the diameter of the earths orbltr distance of about 200000000 miles I thus giyng to light a velocity of 186 miles a second which was acr curately shown later by other txperl meats t IIYHLt L9OAEAR l7l KENTUCKY LawAbolishngit tTasmv fsa t e1 aS BAICN6P WoEIi Absolutely puroi Makes t onABak Easy V V I NootheraidtothelouiewJ3o o makmgdelicious The only Baking Powder znade from Royal Grape crofTrtNo Alum No Urn PbNJIIiMN HillCooper A marriaenf unusual iinterest on count of the prominence of ha conlractirg parries was oTeuinized at St Augustine church Wednesday morning at 830 oclock when Miss Eliza eth1 eill became the bride of Mrl Samuel P Cooper Theimpres sive ceremony was pronounced bj Rev Paiherj A HogarVy The attendants wer Messr Johnson UilIa brother of the bride and Mr Howard Cooper J t cousin of both briJe and groom and ihe usherswere Messrs Clem Rives and Robert Co per The bVide is the eldest daughr ter of Hon and Mrs ClementS tlili and is one of the airest and most attractive of the young ladies of Marion county The groom who is a son of Mr and iSjrs S S Cooper is a popular young man anda successful far mer off thisjcounty He is also interested with his father in the general merchandising business Mr and Mrs Cooper received many handsome wedding gifts 1m mediately after the wedding hey left on the mornng train for a brid trip South Marionj Falcon Stole A Ham The residents on Second street thought that the high cost of liv ing was a tning ol the past when a coored man walked into one of the resiaara tits and disooaed of a large ham to the landlady for one dollar Suspicion was aroused by the transaction and later in the day the officers were In the trail of theseller Itwas discovered that ome one had broke into th hou e ofsln John Pogarty in tlie country during the absence of the family from home and helped himself to a plentiful dinner and upbnlieavingl ge5tlhAdams familiarly known on ac ount of his partiality to other peoples rcosta as Chicken t who was released from the workhouse a short time ago was arrested He was ident fled by the keeper of the rest LUrLnt as the guilty party and he confessed He was taken t9 jail to await trial Danville Advocate Mr Sam Tucker Spriogfleld r 11 las for sale pure bred S 0 R I Red eggs 50 cents yard 100 froirpen also one nice indian Runner Prake will opoH orders now for day old chickens at 10 cents each Aso youi choicp of R I R C at 50c and 75c eUch Notice to Creditors V i All persons having claims againstthe estate of J TJ Reed 4Ideceaspd will present same properly proven ip the under signed rbis attorney J W Tjewi4 on r before the 1st day of Way 1912 J W TUCKER Rh 1 Jftrtijeyb I lIIttJ y t iJB C s jH tii LI r t ri I o Talk to The OldBtIA t b WllUsguJ1 Kyt April14t4912m d t snl EJitor NewsLeader Agalfl Iwili ask you to bear with rn e while J talk tot the boys OiS4mt more Say hoys arnt vould4t = the cold long winternis oyer n was trying QI usboys eipfoi njtthe lean ones and as the luag fr balmy day s britfg dir to treeanilr shrub 1 feel like iWisgifing j newlife to an o d man Lcant tarealize that I amaboldmjlnfjb ttvwill have tq own upJasI date3rback to iMrI tfaybovsrarnjbstsevendayi J behind time wltbtbi3letsr4uut its be nits a wondtrI fCOldAS seven tfmes keeWlBfeTteHd7 t You all jdou tles Vni5tr r f- ber that wewere at ShdohIUt R years ago on the 7th of Aprti f Its not necessary to say an jthing51 about the battle Itr bwn tolcP hUDdredsot limes but we sew T thingsthere that were entireijr f L i newto us we learned a little ai Mill Spring but ffiiffniPSfr9t r skirmish incomparison t hUol aeIiEalfuicenthryisaioogspn in liCE but this is as fresh as if hid jt happened last week or jlastr n month tfai Say boys I dontwant to t1i4iab- ofut the war Its over Boys do you know that your thneisi if i about up in this Hffe I injpWotjyK U your loyaty toyouj flagyoir V sood by it with your ifeJnyour4I haids NoW as thft wariga itjt thing of the past there is a new fe life to take op one pfspiritraakV warefare and as tims is ahpttiwith us we shpuld put in pai v whole time in service to God J we lV wodt be saved snnplbecausia were soldiers Dtthe Civil VfaK if Ijove all the old boys andant tfiem all sa 7edI got Jountf IV Court to get to see som of you boys but net one tobe en1At work I guess cant takethttimei 1to I go to town unless busTifcrii cailsypa Too much work 1iF1Ji not good for boys ofy uriendto age Lets go to the State en Ic campment at Looj ville the 18th C of May andrest up some We might meet some of tb bysrthat ye havent seen for a lOfjK time and that wpuld jbe joys Iiiexpect to see my company C m r Jht mander Lieut Jan IMil8 ofrA Morganfleld Ky If Xgo and 1 will if all is wellwiih mes i i j Say bojsib wpjiidJbetici JI meet In some shady grove wfiere f the flowers bloom and the birdsA singaudhave somehartick s iwi itand bacon and an old black1 coffee pot and of cparM piM 1 coffejt where we couFd taaa ll 4 day long and cry Tfwe felt like it Rut its no usetPBQKfHitthM tvciiorwe akeall working fuIIlw 4I mour old age VeUtbl lirs N enough of thts 1 iodofklk1or the present fpr ndiqoe bet aa V old soldier will care to raid tk rtr i iI am writing without glmpeavctl hope lo meetsouie ot yo Jaii 4 t jl Lo isvllle 1 M VCR01 Kt AftCo D 10th K Isfsc7nau 1tt f Ohi1drenOry t ffLITCrc t C ASTORIA t j = 5 IUWSLADRR t tSPRIIIGPIILDKY I t IrW1VST LY 4 tlNIJNiBMr P4 F bi bcr 1rTkf CoaffftMun Obamp aoni1L aftersasLis for Preiden1I t MN i ttriVftfa STer7dYMr TW ftrUWboftM 4wbtfirst Mmd taMMur ir II nation col kpM M tbe Ctork boon grows ta MM wri ttoy ih y for the piifl jfrat Champ Citrk H jto tH peet t friend ptire and pIe their friend in that he wjrkt to ilre Lhe groites ffofi W the greatest v uumMWe wJfhoJ t making frantic aypwk toihjt M tiMentof the bo4r 0 plttjm vicious in its MtvrtjMcl fit oly for designing I peiUik4 M to carry out tbqlr Mlfctfc iMifis Mcb for exam ptoM tate Bneb talked of recallI of jWfM iil judiciall decisions wbwiiiM law does not suit the Aaa wbatlaw suite th- eo wbfob ka law iBtoitUeelf e OSClark tat UM peopita friend because tlM lk willing to standby the twilSftMrfcl ikrIhta of the Amen oai pMpl for more than a cen try ud k unwilling to cu Lthe kXMC frOL her moorings the f ttht tfState and leave heratIof tH Mrcy of the storms offbeyt and base sentimeat theSthe boer sad that is why are forbini We are for him be f caw we anwill dthbanSi TIM UnUed States Senate last STNdy PMHd the OanttfU To a bftooo Bill which requires that MfcUrersreport semiannual1we If tbt aaftomtof unmanufactured toWbco Iim their hands 8Qthatt t r grePri ay know market con dIt oim aid fix their prices ac ooriiBRly Tile bill was passed j andJiswill now go tff toe President for I hksifnatHre The passage of tb4 bill is due to the efforts of ReprteeQUtive J Campbell Can l trill and JHellak firTbi J fro the EMt to the bill but it WJI skillfully worked through t It is somewhat difficult to prophesy as to who the Eepub Itoan voinewil1 be the returns fMsome states being over I wbelefngly for Roosevelt and o1STaft The latest victory for thett latW is a complete victory in Nw amp e a t Hifliboro l Mr John Armstrong and wIfeC John Crow and family spent 5Sudy with Mr Tim Crow and Wife 1II Mr Harry Chesher aud Iaun LiLi a spent Saturday and Sunday with his fathet Ur RobtK3hesher Mr Ed Hanby of Jefferson Swn spent Friday and Satnr ft day with Mr John Armstrong lad wife Mrs Mary E Shields and two- sons spent Saturday night with Mr John Crow and family Mr and Mrs Walter Fanby and Martha Snider and daughter Opbie spent Sunday with Mr I sad Mrs Richard Perkins Mf Clarence Derringer and wife spent last Wednesday and Thursday with Mr John Aira strong Miiis Laura Scruggs spent list Wedneday with Mrs Mary E Shields J r Mr Torn Coulter and fami y ispent Sunday with Mrs Nancy S ottr rJ Eastus Perkins spent ptrtof Last weeic with Mr John Armstrong and wife Mr and Mrs Walter Hanby were in the PolIO celg borhood Saturday afternoon ilr Gustus Derringer will 5S make his home with his uncle r Mr JohnjAnnstrong F D NeSJf 9 i4e a number of people from MifecttQn attended county ciiiMo1aySJlI virrTwi Cambron And ebB iismrietteii Mrs Sim Cambron thtrtofthe week J Mlstif Catherine and Delia Heiky MterUined Misses DisifiP Hill LiMit aW Lacy Blandford ClementaSJtMfrii gad Enanuel Miky to dinner Sunday = M5r saL Mrs R PBlandford = Jr f Letoaoen ykited Mr n I i 111r T P Biaodford Sunday Mr and Mrs Hamilton Young and children ol Bardstown visited ihe latters mother Mrs Vic c Smith lIst week Mrs Teresa Blandfurd daughter and Mr and Mrs andI bert BrandfordspntHundfiY cith Mr and Mrs J B Smith Miss Annie B Hill of Lfeba returned hone Sunday r a delightful visit to her uncle Mr James B Hill iss Emma Badgett spent Satuiday with Mrs Albert Med ley Mr and Mrs Roy Smith visit ed the home of Mr T M Bland ford pcSundayMisses Cecelia and Margie Field s spent the week end with their brother Mr Rent Fields r Water Hamilton and Clem Osbourne of Lebanon visited friends here Sunday coInIn loving remembrance of Miss Bertie Brown who was born near Wiliisburg February 20 1891 who departed this Me near Sharpsville April 18 1912 n Thursday evening at 530 oclock April 18 19I2Just as the day was waning its way intot ight and the golden glow of the sun smiled on mother earth and bade adieu for another day soul of Bertie Brown bffde farewell to this tenement earth clay and passed into the reat 4ondparadise of rest Bertie has always been a suf ferer ever since sne was a child readed disease clutched itSds upon her body which beyond all human aid Dear loved ones and friends as I sit penning my thoughts of sympathy to you I wonder why should moifrn1 when so pure preparaItions earthly home She left it with ait radiant smile on her beautiful1i countenance and with outstretch edj arma she met her loving Savior to be with Hlmrore ceiye a shining crown a robe of Glory and a home forevermore RaVtT A Sims preached the ieral discourse at the Willis burg Christian church on Satur day morning at 11 oclock April 20 1912 having prepared bio text from 23rd psalm Bertie having made a confession of her Saviours love and obeved His commandments Bro Signs falassured thatall was well with Bertie and tendered many con nJg words of sympathy to the bereaved parents and friends No lovelier form was fever la Ida in a mesh of snowy while silk in white casket It seemed that her soul her lifeless remains were xas pura and white as the fragrant Hilies that adorned her sket Tne honorary pall bearers were Misses Ethel Satterly Nante Graham Effie Keeling zzie May Graham Ada Corn Susie Graham The active pallI bearers Law renceWalker Walker Valois Graham LloydI ErnestlIee1ivice the remains were depos tedi IlicreasesI rtreagtlLrapiiUy Its wonderful acnrukaeat assuts nature JB raterag beakk All Druggzrs Scott Own Bloomfield N J 127 riin the Fajtrview cemetery Her grave hiving been lined with white the emblem of purity Each one of the pallbearers de j siterl a rose as a token of af f tion acid esteem for their cousiu coitjganion and friend- LUBes marechelceil roses car nations lilacs and ferns were strewn ou the grate the llast sal tribute of respect Dear parents weep not for rourlovd one you have many mforthig things to cheer you as you did all in your power for Bertie and she has left you fust for a little while ihenyou will join her in that beautiful home Bertie has anchored her soul iin that Haven Sue will sail the wide sea no more The tempest may sweep over the wild stormy deep srje has entered thatI Raven of Resty With loving sympathy A PRIENIi i Willisburg MJLSearrWand wife pf BloomBeld spent last Frday with Dr W W Hyatt and family Miss Elisabeth Shirley has re turned home after a few days stay with friends at Springfield Dr W Nicholls sold his prop erty to Leslie Keeling The Doctor will move his family tx Chaplin this week where he will practice his profession He made quite a number of fiends during his short stay here and they will regret his leaving We are glad to report Mrs Nora Harldwe convalescent at this writing we hope she may soon be able to be out again Mr Everet Keeling of Bloomfield spent last Thursday and Friday at this place Mr J M Trent and wife have returned home after an extended visit with friends in Louisvlle Oho Grider was in Lawrence burg last Thursday on business Mrdi Neal Boblitt and daugh tar Nellie of your town spent llast week with her parents near town r Mr Ballard Settles and wife spent Sunday with W M Foster nd family Mr G D Shewmaker attended services at the Christian church at Maikville Sunday SI Irreverent Youth On a recent publication day of a newspaper printed out west a boy some ten or twelve years of age came Into the office and with a peculluv grin on his face Inquired It that pa per pointing to the copy baa ao mQrIpositing five cents upon the tablo he remarked with an air of selfimpor 11IHeraldI s ii Hal Hamilton 44326 This fine trotting bred stallion will make the season of 1912 at my place one half mile from Frederickstownjon Bardstown road at i 10 To Insure a living Colt jHal Hamilton damElkmaldby Madrid 1835 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Tennessee Wilkes 235 he by d Wilkes 222 BrowiiHa116935 It It It At same time and place will stand my Jack E1aokHak JrII Black Jack 15 hands high 10yearsold He is by Litseys Old Black Hawk he by Gov Wood Frs dam by Logan Jr 2d dam a = black Jennett with good points He has proven to be good breeder several of his colts sold last year for He will make the season It At 10 For a Mare Mule and 8 For a Morse Mule Will Serve Jennets at12e It = Will also at the same time and placi stand my Jack It i It JohnlW = It By thebld Dick Parrott Jack and oqt of aSpanish Jennett He has proven himselfa sure foal getter anti hs colts speak for them atfc d 6 For a Morse Mule and For a Mare Mule EEruen Iretained on ailcoltisIredbyeLter horse or jacks foV service fee Money dutfWben the fact is ascertainedi mare parted with or bred to another horse or jack Care t4ento prevent acidents not responsibleshould any occur butfiff = STABLIJ HbURS6 to 8 am fl30 am to pm and 5 pm Anyone calling at these hours will always find some one at the barn otherwise you might have to wait J L HAMILTON = I IfrcdericKitowD KyIf r u I r One iWasi The great 4year old I arness and Saddle BlrdII season of 1912 at the It w fee ofj I f s 10 To InsurerbLIYiQg Edit efami theSpringfield LadyBby2nd dam Mag Wilkes b Young Jim 2809 sire of Wilkesberry sire of the dam oDan Patch 155 on his dams sire this horse inherits the I beautyboneLexingtonsof the finest yearlings i the county Call and see her Washington Bird ib ood bay bla k points 1513 12 high inI1145 Ibs big black man and tail which he carries right is sound every way is a perfei model and can do more than any horse Washington county hi sthe mostbeautifulhead arid ears to be theBlueamonktpepayyouAlso at the sane time and place t SILVER GA1STO From the blood of Champions Onward Silver 20514 Young Jim 2809 grand sire of DaA patch 155 Silver Gano is alight bay with star and two white fdt goodman lnd tail 152 hands highor more promiseofandfinishinformationlR P Hendreri Son U I LOlK LOOK I i i ifdry cleaningj does It makes things look like IIWhat Does not hrink nor fade and not rubbed holes like when washing them iin soap water I 1see+ 1 1 i Ladies Coat Suit1S 50i SkirtsS 75 Dresses1 00 Shirt Waists 50 Jacket 00 Ties r Ot Ladies Silk Hose 5 Lace Curtains per pair 25 i Draperies per pair 40 Overcoats Fancy Vest35Smo- king 50 nets Cleaned and ReBlocked Done by Expert Dry Cleaner Goods pressed ji in latest styles Phone6R Springfield City Tailor 11- n L i fw Baumbauer Propr A tttt1R- eliable and OoiiiprdhthsiveTe1ephone Sorice Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company you a universal service that is lotfal connections with all citizens in yoiir town and Distonce con nections to all mportant cities and towns You get exoctly what you pay for Call ou Manager for further information The demand is for cheap telepho e service but for reliable and comprehensive pIephone service CUMBERL ND TpLEPHOME TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated WILD SPIRRELL Will make the seaso of 1512 at my stables at 8 To Insure a CIt Stand aQrt Suck Wild Squirrefl is a orrel horse l16 hands high withred mane and tail He was aired by Chestnut Squirrel No 1479 he by Kenmore Squirrel No 1979 he Red Squirrell 58 First dam Dickj P dariceWill also stand at 4 same time and place fme Jack ABigSired Joe Phillips Big Mack he by Gov Wood He will make the season At 56 For a Horse Mule and 7 For a Mare Mule to Winning Time This is the best Je it tt Jack in the county Lien retaihtd on all colts to secure payment of fason All care ttaken to prevent aihidents but nott rresnonsible should anj occur JliENSOR 4i Elephant Lived f r Centuries Wlien Alexander he Great con uered Porus king 1 India lie took i great elephant thrtt had fought gal lantly for the defea Eihimplaced upon him a hetal band with the Inscription TAle carder the son of Jupiter dedlcated lax to thesun The elephant mind alive 350 l piyeaisin JIf Purely Speculative I have always ten Interested said little w fwastei loheset I dont know said the Genial Phi osopher but It th gO where mosIeopleeonslgn eml here must be t cherribleherenmafterHxirpers hi KWomen Kheircraving relish greatness it Is even said ea4cbijses her husband on the hypothesls p his being a great 1lurest 1 yle J Gems Suits 50 Ties X5 00 Jackets Met s8i1k Bose 0 Housd Robes t 50 5QKidGloyes gives Long outside not to my by was for EARLY-A handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and an good and foot aa you would want He proven himself a great breeder myI will make the season of 1912 at stables at the Stonewall Stock 31 mUt8 Nortb of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt- EARLY is byJoel 447 he by Monte Earlysfirstm Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early is Ihe best road horse in the county At same time and place BLACK GIANT No1 Mule Jack sbndal registered10 for a Mare and 8 For Horse Mule tolInsure Living Colt Lien retained bo all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with or Bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible ghould any occur- YOURPATRONAGE SOLICITED A B BUNDLE Knobi Creek StocK Farm Lightfootrummelt rstdam Daisy Glenn 76U he by DrCanns Glenbrook Red sttwihckings11PO smooth sound and without ample He has been yeeveryarshownharness do inublegoodinnerated a great many of tie best stall KentuckyndMarvel King TJndiilatta King Star aa McDonald manytoamong ampions and lie breeding uch after himself His colts are very in dhishavesatnobCut y at 825 for a living colt Mar s ept on pasture at 2 per month fed grain if desired ISJManager and Ownera Dr Bells PineTVhonoy For Coughs and Colds II L v SS rICARPETSRUQIL I MattinIS linoltums Ii I1aC6 Curtaifls t Draperies n rt inPOI6sliIIL Dress liteI In Changeable Taffetas Mesaline I Foulards 1 75c36hichgs 45in Swiss Bouncings licr 350 Swiss and Lace All Oven Val Cluny and Baby Irish Y and Inserting 4teSl iiGents Furnishing Gsi s Underwear Hosiery If 1I Clothing0 I HartSchaffnerClothesEveryevery respect Perfection Suits I forYojing Men Boys and Children I I 7 n Noble Denmark Rei No 2640 Foaled 1906 handsome Chesnut 16 hands by Highland Denmark 730 First dam Kentucky Belle 3682 by Thorton Star 1024 2d dam LilHe by Art Rose 786 3d dam by Mock Chief 4th dam Washington Denrnrk64 Noble Denmark though a young horse is rated with the best of Sires He is highly finished and a perfect saddle hors type He is said by well known Judges such as Wm Kirby of Bowling Green W- G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lilian and Elmer Railey to be a great type for a three gaited paddle stallion and is sure to breed that claas of horses He vas successfully shown by Mack Hughes last year was never outside the money 05andJ many sfihtWas toeter defeated bya Stallion in model ring His two seasons of colts show remakable uniformity His yearling and suckling won at Bardstown and Springfield and in the sale ring have commanded good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grandsire on both sides were championship saddle hbnes in Kentucky and Missouri His dam and twoi of her- colts were State Fair winters ConsiderJhis breed ing his indlvduallty his show ring qualities where will you go to find one his superior Noble Den mark will make the seasonat 20 To Insure a Living Colt iA4iW f l McDonald 883 Ii l LenaM 1857 r Denmark 1 t IILucy Mack24 9 iS f fI1Lou SHOES LIfFlorsheirti Shoes Oxfords andPumps Beacon Shoes Oxf rds Sand Pumps All the It above in patent gun metaland tan t Women Missesarid Chit drensShoes Oxfords Pumps buckcanvas1l I Cuiiillghamh 0RrRrC 0l It h v SQ Red Bid Jr MMiiI Red Bird Jr is a brown J5 hands 3 inches f highweighs thfarnouknown as the stallion farmed two years ago Thurman Peters and in their advertisement said He id a very handsome ibrown horse can do just a little more than anybody lelse horse either In harness or under the saddle ds dam is the peat trotting bred snare by Lyll I Wilkes son of George Wilkes the greatest trotting projector the world ever knew RcdBird nrownheby Lyle Wilk s 4658 2d dam American Clay 34 3rd dam by lfam n brino Chief IL Red Bird Jr was shown one season atthe Burksvjlle and Columbia fairs and won both saHdle afiff harness aareepst kes He will serve mares atI22 Tq Insure t 5 Iwill stand my Jacks at 810 to insureia living colt Season is due when mares traded voff or parted with t lrjB LEACHMAN SPRINGFI KY M I iilliiJi llilitilljt iwJiiwliw LWiiliWi1 r I REX MONROE 20631 i jf io For Public Service Season 1912 It f AT or 1f5 r 10 i KALARAMA FARM Spnngfielig Ky Jk Rex L Rex 840 tHerzfgg1 ii rich by same B r Icierm Dnmark tpaughteo4S 9 C 11818r7 J J tt r i J idames mark61 l TfIZZ t SumptertDe3nark 65 t I 15Daughtero i t WashingnDennark64S 7 Not traced i WE 3Sttrj of the West ii Daughter of Mohawk tBlack Eagle74 Molli = iSb1r Davis tJ1 r Jk tM9Hie iI ri t 11DenmarkFS 1 re 43 Ii 4 IEdwir Forest 1901 lNot traced i J4 GaInes Denmark 611 ihJ1 tIpg by reqnoii I d j DeansCopperbottoniS 11Diiughterof Torn Hal IIn taking this really great son of old Rex McDonald 833 from Missouri and bringing him into Kentockyat t a price solar as weare aware far in excess of any sum ever before paid for a horse brought from that State to this or carried from this State to that we fcc that we are contributing oar mite to the saddle horse interests c e I of Kentucky Judged by his individuality his breeding andhis reputation in Missouri asa breeder w believe is heis the equal of ant horse near his age now livinr kIt iiby Rex McDonald tre sire of ReX Peavine MI t iffIwas by Copperbo torn was by Tom Hal Uerzogg 56 the slraff Ida I I first dam lived only four years yet he produced some of the greatest brood mares now owned in MiMwuri j I Sumpter Denmark 65 thesire of his second dam was shown 106 times and Won 106 blue ribbons Ru Monroe I thelatterwith a grand tail perfect1 carried naturally It has never been touched with a knife and needs no art4 cl fstimulant At the conclusion of his last performance at the St Lonis Horse Show the late Nt JthiwJ I iMdlihorseone and we do not believe there is a horse in Kejrucky that at anythidg nw his age coeld show MIdI ieuI tlonal colts They all bad the speed the action mid the air of mal show horses Come sad took Ktx Awita over and see him step some and if you are disappointed we will pay your fare no difference how far you MMe Mares will be kept on grass at 300 per month and fed grain at actual cost If they are sot pfparly cared for you pay nothing Write us for stud card and large picture of thjs hone FEE 5OTO JINSURE A LIVING COLT Bourbons Best 1495nd Red King L 2732 cudourtwo fiiiJicks JckCDiamoiids and Gov Billie are also being offered for rwWksrv 1M SM s tltock before breeding THURMAN PETERS SpringHdd Ky m mm 5 J r t M 1G TBDR OM WftJDKNT DKNTlVr i All Wrilvarutidf tt 1 PHONE l 2 X tr j g HftfM Me k p rtalri 8pmGPlIUIICYt f DR J C nUDD I Piyiciu ud Siiflii Ottos hours 8 to 9 am Ito2 pm iOcemover Haydons Drugstojf WFGRlGSBYVv ATTORNEY AT LAW I 4ttP le alik IiJPRIN9FIxLUKYC D N WHYA1T I r tftoe over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 MqstO 12 m 4 to 5pIII jJOIINFUIEBAL yiHECTOB AKD LICENSED EMBAIMER 4 TELEPHONEt ffluiaimDif g DRFV TRUSTY DENTiSTiOffice PRACTICAL It r IIJ Pental w rksrionab1eprIce t i1workguaranteedr SPRINGFtELbt j Rmilromd Schsdid Following is the time schedule now6in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaver Louisville at t 80pm Bardstown Junction 522 pmj Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p mp 4 Jfo 42 Leaves Springfield 600 a ni Bardstown 645 a nv- Bardhtown Junction 780 a m anyes at Louisville 820 a in lTo43iLeaves Lonlsville at 72Oa nL Bardstown Junction- 855 a m Bardstown 1005 amiarrives Springfield 1140 p tnI No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 p mi Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 pm arrives at Louisville o45 pn The Kentttcky t hnrseryCo Incorporated i iIaIndscape Work Our Specialty Shade Ornamental and- Fruit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Flowers I Nursery located on Bardstown Rorr4 near Louisville t Write for catalog See X Adolph flerflein Lccall Represeiitatiya A Fruit and Shade Tre sI Strawberry PlantsT Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Roses Peonies and Phlox EierjfluD For Orchard Lair and Garden Fr e Catalog No Agents JH 1F HilleDmejw ft Sons Lexington Ky ForSaleS J SE 1 5passenser Wintoti touring IjtlresJ er E M F 1910 touring car new rirea 1 4h p 1910 Indian motorcycle all in good condition 9135 It hp National gasoline enk girie35 1 2h p FairbanksMorse Gas Holine engine WIth wood saw 13- 54hpf Horlzontkl Fairbanks Mo M gasoline engine All the above are on thedoor here tour plico of bustnesar 444PP7p to M ABKS SONS5WK r Ohilctreii OrSfit FLEtC- NErSCASTORIA 1 1 TOWN llillli IIIII1LecalllaTilt FfMllMt MMl LfttMt AIIAksitYwrs1T Frisisde II ami Acquaintances II IIIFIIIFitlllIMM JP6R SALE Two8Cnlan1I pigs j WjH Leachman 4SSS FOR SALE One good family friarefa d One good work bors Harry Derringer Fofi SALE Rhode Island Red eggs 50 cents per setting Mrs JW Tucker Mr W N Stumph Rout No has for sale fine white Fekiu dock eggs 50 cents per setting f18 S toIndian Runner Duck Eggs 1V per setting of 12 pure white egg strainWMiss Lidat Grucdy the Mrs d L Brady rr3 has1 Iis for sale Barred Plymouth Reek- ggs 100 fur the first settingp qd 75 ceniafor secondi K MrTurner Derringer las for sale Barred Py moth eggs 50c per etttogof 16 of A fnll line of Peruna chick- eneet B ii Lake Co NpticE STOCKMEN I have a oodakI which I will eIther tsell orfarm R L tJlements Remember Leachman Camp wheh you are lfl the market to Ibe11refrigrators or iceboxes f rto I Mr and Mrs J L Wata aretl rejoicjrng over the arrival of ant eleven pound boy iin t caMreoicthg ojer tbe arrival qf aren pound boydtFbi SALE An extra nice of driving mare Safe for anybody to drlvlB W Q Grundy Mrt jno Hines R R No 2 has ior sale Black Minorca frs 50 cents for 15 Lea bman Campbells is the lice to buy your refrigrators and ICQ boxes Will saye you money and get wnat you want Flowers I will be in Mack vlile Saturday April 27 with a nrce Ifteiof lowers l Vs Will Johnson Fdfe B XL ESiogle Combo Rhodj Island Red eggs at 50c peisettingSt Mrs WaJter Lewis g o x Eiftert designer and trim mer makers are the best l Lit tis do your workrv Mrs Williamst MibS Pearl Smothers vWillis burg itF DNa 1 has for sale Colombian Wyandott ggssCall Tby phone Mooresville ex change FOR SALEl phaeton excelt lent make and just as good as- nawAIso desire to rent one gdodioomy carriage house J Mrs Ji W Lewis FOR SALE A black jack with white points 15 hands high by j BVpurhams Clark jack andj bisl dam is bv Horace Litseys old Black Hawk t q W Fe wickflSpringfield Ky rr 4 A big Stock of refrigrators lod- iiled boxes on display at Leach man Campbelts 650 toJ 35tK Bay now while you have a big stock to select from BC Buff Orpington cockrelsS and bns 100 each pington and S C Brown Leghorn eggs 100 for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 100 for 15 MRS B L LITsEYa L Os xOr the streets of SpVlngflQld between the Walnntt Street Theatre an Post Office a K ofo watch lob pleaSQ j turn to this officeFiOderjj G D Robertson Racycle motFQiSALF1911 orcvle fnperlect condition fully equipped cost 280 new run fess than 500 miles A bargain Address Sox 825 Leba noUj Ky 1OST Grayish colored male dogv with dark ers and light stripe around neck about 1 weeks ago Last seen near schodV house atS C McGills gale Reward for information JidirtJlto recovery Telephone Information 10 thii office or to J A Medley I 11tOPiGSj 11Icomej Mi j Williams 1 will have flowers and plants 111ComII It will beg matterot pleasant OfWUhingttpn I 1teBoard Equalization has again Jet ttie assessment on Washington county stand and have ihot raised them It speaks ell for the people of the county at tlniis tiaji ile n case for SlV a1 sears r4 ibows that there not any ffreat disposition on the part of the majority of the in eople to shirk their duty to the State and Bhows that in the E matter of Ujxer as well as any thing else t pays to be honest i 1 Monday was the regular term of the WngtnCounty Court The wills1 of Wlr John Bailey and Mr Tij JL Tatum were prog bated Eacfci left his property JS11c4aing her life with of remainder to children j This ibeijig tie first day on which applicationsl for pensions Confederjate soldiers could be a filed therei were quite a large number ifllejl They lay over in he C6uhtv Cont until tbe May erm when Jproof will be taken open Court to applicants lp4 residence and bis meanS pi support A memo ndom of tile substance of the A testimony together with a copy the applicationi and the Judges IIrecommendation l Adjutant General of the Stated after which applicants army record wilt be closely examined and the claim passed upon by the State Pension Boardfl Frank t Stevenson and Dock Grundy Jbjoth colored were tried C before a jjury in Judge Litseys court last Friday afternoon on a charge of gaming end a verdict of not gnjUy returned The only R witqess4 iintroduced by the Com monwealth iras Will Hooper sa who swor that he saw the two negroes shooting craps with say ral otheifone Sunday in Jim town Each of the defendants enied that they bad beta en aged In a game there or at all Jim Kfey fcfca tried before Judge Litsey o i a charge of selling P hqnpr inTlocalI option territory ut tthe indictment was held de chargetdefend pWas represented by- Ron WF Neikirk cooI- Election The tide has again rolled round for the election of two trustees In the Springfield Graded School The election will bB fceld from 1 to 0 oclock pm thp firit Saturday in May at the sfcboot house AFrwik 7 One 6f the most pronounced freaks we have ever seen was brought to this office on lastS Mondayby Mr B J flardm has bee attracting the attention of all who have seen it It is an egg whIch is tf perfect gourd in shape The egg IssomethflllJ aew in the way of a freak the like neier having been seen be fore arpnnd here Dante Inferno Of oftbe largest crowds that has attended a show of any kindS in the new Watnnt Street tre waion hand last Saturdc night when Da ntes conceptionolp hell wais reproduced pictures Thosnow seemed toI please aIL present and all wereI impressed wilh the wonderful IImagination of the 8tI4 quir Hdin Court Las Saturday was the regularr term jof Squire Nimrod Hend rens Court the e were quite a number 61 default judgmentsi taken and several common wealths cases chief of which was the charge against Ben Crouch charged with malicious cutting The court dismissed he charge of cutting but held him qn a charge of breach of the peace and tb trlal was set for May 2nd Thca eof comYB Albert Boblitt was dismissed The case of Wm Shswmaker va John Sutton Admr etc was J S5P5 Iii r r u BOLRKEGO 1W kadUoly the best grid- of Jell jco eoMJ I JII mF v juriflT80 pouacl 16 the bUshel GeVoiir prices I Mi I0 t CORN OAm STRAW ilD HAY t f IIII arealway Chicked right zd jfhQttIetf fJt I growSratcki I 1 l JkIlLake ftoJi t tried bffore a4 jury and esnlted a verdict for the deenaantjtit 9ysor Club j The ijwys corn club ofrlj Wasb ington county was organja ed here 1laBowng Green Nbrmiil school delivered a llecture to the boys and girls present on th way to row cdrn Each boy jgiven corn sufficient to plant c le acre groimd and is exj Kited to of keep atf account of the jme he works ta it and wha it costs him to Broducethe yield Quite large Dumber of boy availed themselves of the opp rtunity and have entered into t e worK with zeaS so thiat we mar expecte thisttJfallgins I j rmstagHanby Mr Walter Hanby jnd Miss t yrtle Armstrong wer married last wHIr The bride is aughter d of Mr and irs John Armstrong and is aj beanUfnl and attractive young lli ly whilJ the groom js apopn ir yoongI armer who stands we with all II laybroikeBegeal Mr Joseph A Bege DIMiss Lucy Claybr married at the residence of tAf L Brady last Thursday bya Rev R l Pnrdom The groom a SOD of Mr George Beges mann of this placetJapd is a skilled bVes8 mak randis now the proprietor a large harness atiop in Bardijiown Ky He is s good cud wori y young ocan Jiked by everybody while bis bride is a daughtejr of Mr 0 Olaybrpoke and is ne of thj most popular young ladies o the Texas iieighborhdd JI RobcrtsoaBrown Mr R 0 Brown and Mis Miss Mattie Rober on were united in urtiage la Tuesday ReyFatherceremony The brid was band somely attired in abiji esuit with hat tot match Thd attendants were Messrs Geo ant Wm Rob rtson of tbe br1land LeoI Baydon an J EvarfHft an ushers The groom is a prosperous business mwa of Mai ion county land is highly reg fded by all While his bride wliia a daugh iter of Mr and Mrs 6 D Rob ertsoui of tills city i a p pular and attractive younf lady with many acco mpHshii ents Im mediatley 101l01nl the cere mony they left for i bridal trip Gordoa t Mr R 3vGordon died at his home near Kerry vir last Sun day of hemorrhage o the lung He was a sf n of I rjJohnW Gordon and was jjui b 80 yearot age He wi a for er resident of this county and was highly retarded bi air sing a very worthy young man and it is to be regretted that hi life waS ol so short duritiun Burial Was at Bel ilehem Toes day He is surviVi by his wife father and mother oDe brottfer and two sisters 1tBailey Mr John Bailelldjed at 1IjS home in this corn y ilastwejBfi after an illriesa of Wghtsi disease He was born Iin LU coin county February 11th 18 2 and afte i wards moved to this county About 45 years ag jhe was mar ned to Miss Iiizzie Qndgon and to this union we a born seVe2 children all of h9m survive They are Mr Jajaes Bailey fct Mt Sterling Kyj rankBaiIa of Winchester Kyi and Messfa T W W L THQ and John Bailey and Mrs iura Btflty E i A W8SIQne 1 I leehem lasV Friday I i Flowcinrjind flanta WedIII I will hem Springfield nesdW May rwifh a nice line t flowers OlivetTo andpIantato t rlryIII 1veniui Iisti church assisted by J IIeot wai 4 complete s takenIIand joyable proved affairaJthat one of the has place here forsqme time Scenes from Ollvfit to Calvary were de picted with wdnderful reality The solos and chprdsea were renTere in mannerthatcorapletuly Deactivated the large audience Prof Mack McChord presided- at the organ and all who look part perf rnied In a most credit able manner theirparts theIsopi basso and Niss Elizibelh Spalding Elizabeth Edmonds nd Mary s1e1 6pranos The or torto proved such a delightful uii ess that Jt the wish of taaoy of the peoptif here that it be repeatedtehauon5Enter prise f This entertainment will be giv an at tbe Paptifit churfcn here Tuesday evening April 30 No admfission will tbe charged but a confection wiliW taken up ECNALMi- sses Martha and Katherine Thompson ihave eturned from 1Mralifla Louise fJalschof Louisville and MisffMary Curry are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Douglas Thompson Mrs Bessie Smith spent the first of the week with Mrs Douglas Thompson Bone W D QIavbrocke and Johu A Polin were in Frankfort this week Mrs Ella Hill and Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lejbanon were in Springfield Sunday afternoon Mrs Kato Williarns is in Lou isvrfle this week buying millinery Mrs H L Smith who under wedjb an operation in Louisville is improving t l t Misses Mary Bruce Hurst and Emily Talbott and Slessra Billy Mattiiigly and Julian Burst of Bardstown spentSunday here Miss Minnle McClelland and spentISunday fn LebanolltMr Sylvester Russell 8r anda Mss Mildred Spaiaipg of Lebanon were here Eaiday Iiss Anniet McEJjpy ila spend ing this weel id Lebanon Miss Marie Maloney has returned to Louisville titter spending several vceeka here t Miss Carrie Ejdelen and Miss i Margaret Ed feb will leave bVl af morning for Birmingham Alav for a several weeks visit- lrW BSpeare of Shelby f iviUe is visiting here i x rlW V Stillard of New jl4ny is here ibiyeek Misses Mary arid Cecil Km kladuf LouIski1e are tbeI guests of Mrs bue KnoLtI I Jl j r I r w I IYOUCANIrtIjl X I L ATTRACTIVE COLLECTION JI otaBRHSrerSTYLBS ever shown in this city rt aS L III I t iIti= L I are unusually well supplied with all the styles in Ladies Tailored Suits and IIleading Shirts Waists Muslin Underwear Satin Petticoats Auto Coats Corr sets Gloyes and Neckwear p 11s cheIWh Dresses from 50 cents R 5eacItip f t tit d1boyst hosiery and gloves IJars f trouble to show goods here brqther Cincinnati J FULL TOCKS Ladies and Ohiiarens ShoeaDd canvas and materials includwf New 1Hanan Crossett and Oxforsk Woolen and Materials trinuwnft IPay arCall The RoberfsonCfagbrobke Co V 1 i r L INCORPORATED rn IS J 4- L1IDEAKY 3973a Ii IThe Blue Ribbon Winner jI1500 to Jnsure a Living Colt Red Blrk G 1958 0 Sarah Han lto 43CXC Ir Cabells Joe Brown 1955 T J l Liza 9riffino t Chestnut Darer rI1 I Mattie Hamilton 4019 I I f 1f- in all the newest tIM all lfI f jDexter iV Dollie CrLsI4ji-t t gj7+ Daunt oC lBeau Brummel of f r tBack Hawk i- I+ D5S tlJrjjWJdlpdiari i 1 ttCabelisLexIngton d i r JI I 5SIkr t BlaSquil 55 Yc SS t NannjeGsrrett472 i 4I t JRedClef jL 1 Jewe1IDamrk FD tsPaldingI beallJi Dani rtEarly Bird is a Chestnut Sorrel 15J hands high star and snip foaled1909i weight about 1050 Heavy manf tall good body and good clean limbs and back Goes alll gaits smootheach distinct A good walking I Iand Trota a good flatfooted trot Plenty style and action EJarly Bird was by Mr Mack Haghep at rHarroHflburgPerryville Springfield and last and wonseven blue anid slx rad fwinnIng more blue outside the county than any other in the county 3Be ure to jHt Umj before you breed fee due when or when mare is witlji arid bred elesewbir i Lien tamed on colt to secure service fee Care taken to prevent accident but hot responsible any apxnir i1rsame time and place will also stand my two fine CLARKLJRS 5f xSICla- rk r Jr is by Dick Durhams Old Clark and out of a jennet by Big Mack he out of a jennet by Gov Wooi ClarkJr is 15 hands high 5 years old la a big flat boned and has proven himself a superb 1 7 10 TO A COLT 10 STAND AriD SUCK I l J THE DICK PAKROTT JACK t T f win also make the season This jjack is in fine ahape and is ready and jwilling at alttimes This jacK ilg toe well known fur comment his enviable reputation speeks for itself 1 A 10 TO INJURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK l r w M NALLY r l H L 3 inUei frointown on Mackville pike Sprinffi W kyR5 J1 Mrs Joe Mudd of Chicago Ilbris the guest of her Mr Walter Brown Eleanor Duncan has re turned from LouIsvIlle Mrs Alex and daugh have returned to fter a visit to her parents here The Misses Pettus of Crab Orchard are the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Pettus this week j Mr Henderson of North Car olina who was the tobaccb business here during the past winter returned home this morn ink JArI A R Shultz was in LoulsV last Saturday Mr Price Tyler of Bloomfield Is the ofDr and Mrs M W Hyatt Mr Jamie Lat has pccep ted a position with the Union and Accideat losurano Co TT7 of Louisville 4 f 11 1 Slip per white duck and shoes formen i 1 Large stock kinds ctton Dress and Please Us 1 Fee Cabells Lexington j Mattle 7 Bailees 1j Cheater Dare t J Kenmore SallieB dot J ij1Da Elastic Is id4 f1 J 7 S2 3t one shown Stanford Monticella year ribbons stallion Service coltisfoalo parted ttV should At jacks fellow breeder INSURE or OLD Miss Jenkins er in guest pton Sick rtIjMM = San Breaker 1 Will make the season f 1912 at my farm 3 muSS from 4M t ckstown and six miles fron Springfield laToIaslreJaC11ttoStudISIck g SSan Breaker Trials 2117 12 arid 16 e 15 34 thands high foaled 1903 half brother to faeddie Co Her mr San Breaker by San Mateo 21255 he by SIinon 2744IS by1JJ j j- George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie L tr 2 15 12 by K tWjlnr 3555iby Nutwood 600 TRMoney due when colt is foaled mare parted with or rd5SIIbe A lien retained on colts for service fee VT V Wll1alsoataametimeadple8ndtheflfl0Jkqal U f r v r35 qovernriMackI Governor Me is black Jack Vith wThitep iinti 1a411 iAi and has proven himself to be a aorf foal getter He wittytafcrth iseason of tt 8fOrallQrSeIfU1e1fldKfOq14Yaaf i J WI Willet Sort F- S n iY iQ I Aa f r y I t 11 J aiofJti+ 1 tf ude t It It xiiIy IH III t iIII 1IILThISI WtnWCa7 Xa eA 8li t =Jtttlag ihlBself off his chair sooa erect He swtched up his bat 4yourt pistols into your pock 7 eta awi come on Price be said f ifad talked toward the door Ha ftttte up the street and the Ii Juif puffed aad panted In his wake f Tky pttaed Ute edge of the village Iv 1rItMlattJHCL Ii fh Thefs ta myitery and rascality 711 irNthe Judged p WM Co you ktiow Price and i1 wrs d4 you hear this Mahatr- TlliI xi k t th fvestioa backover his shoul Jt I Hr At PtetoVs the Belle Plain over MT ka4 Ja t fetched the news Into 1 item11 theirV4Af IuI ertIea they were making The Jljt MAC eeed betore theIr burning W Vi eye if seemed to be uncoiling Itself atJrIHw1Ut hideous undulations iXr ICafcaCy Wall conscious that the ablurredr1Jath1l now at hte left triu laboring painfully In the whlsWDgfrHtTeurt Just ripe for apoplexy Price he snarled moderating his saiacj Go fka said the jude with stolid f recolutioi ft Two JBllea out of the village they jf eaae teim roadside spring here they fy tJeti10r an instant Mahaffy Ith I t sc ope4iup handfuls of the clear teraatljwcked It greedily The wa1s c A droppedron his stomach and burled y v kip feel In the tiny pool gulping t u up great thirsty wallows Alter l 4t 1 lea breathless instant be stood brectbr i with ete ot moisture clinging to his V B ee ami eyebrows MahaffSr was a toI v1 forward aiaitT with relentless vigor f jjv The Judge shuffled after him Thethtracks they left In the dust crossed f II tt aa4 recro e d the road but present 1 A ly the alaatlnr lines of tbelr advance 1ctraSc8 ed the judge gained andi ixlMkei a list place at Mabaffys a step er so In the rear His opulent IJ iac began to deal with the sltua cS urrf If anything happens to the child 1 i ta Mam responsible for It would bet geS4iwftk vadlBlnlshed energy from this aotMIat forth t he pantedd1 Whal could happen to hlmj Price 7 i hey7isGod knows poor little ladyoJ 1 WUlou shut upi cried Mahaffy 9 savagelyholoaionslf HWh7r do you go building on that MeaT Why should any one harm him what I tell earthly you purposeIsIs pivotal point la TMIrIe a slow at methis Is revenge sir icither more nor less They have j struck at BM through the boy It is as plalm as day What did the overseer sayr Iuit that they found Miss Malroy gpse tram Belle Plain this morning ad the boy with her thlaiis like you Price How dot ion know they havent spent the at somfr ZIEmThemiles distant Miss Malroy and Han i Libel were seen along about dusk in the grounds at Belle Plain do you aElean tol tell me you consider it likely that they set out on foot at that hour 1 and without a word to any one tOtj ttaake a TisItT Inquired the Judge butI if Mahaffy did not contend for this J tJ501111 hIbycHHavq a look over the grounds and taUTwiOi the slavesll l4 X Wheres the brotherwasnt he at lYJfJ if Belle Plain last night v X HIt seems he went to Memphis resI terday They plodded forward in silence mow and again they were passed byI some iaan on horseback whose desl tlaatlon was the same as their own and then at last they caught sight ofj Belle Plain g In Its grove of trees CHAPTER XXII O The Judie Takes Charge hAUstopped and the hundreds of slaves teem women and chlldren were gath ered about the house Among these vaoved the members of the dominant race Tn Judge would have attached LerA vv 4kbar4i a whispered question and the 4t aaswerIKin MalroyV lawyer Clearly it Vaa not for hlmto Mr with these outsiders Qiese cirlQnilIf 4ieekerL He crossed the JJif tJiouBe and mounted the steps In theitff a dooHrayVas big Steve while groups i of mem stood about In the hall the pervad1kgJ i ZT Tta was m wrent plaUWefche1nh She sueerbwas PrcIcrfptfaqand IfE IOJlIceIlter Everybody 402 f 1tcr ctiuiiQaI34 Children Cry for Fletchers IIin Kind You Have Always Bought and has been use for over 30 years has borne the signature of t7r4 Sttpeirvlsionj to deceive Counterfeits Imitations Experiments that trifle vlth end Jcrthe health of Infants fond Children Expctlenco against mspcrment iIs CASTORIACastorldis n harmless substitute pastor Pare goric Drops and Soothing is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium iaiorphlno nor other iJarcotio substance age grtmrairteo 14 destroys VTorins and Feverishness It cures Dhirrlioea awl Wind Itrelieves TeethinG Troubles citres Constipation and Flatulency It the Food regulates thc JeeprheCJllldrcns ASTORIASignature of tC2ie Always Bought In Use Over 30 Years JfC STTtttT IphisThen show me Into the library d the Judge with bland authority surrendering his hat to the butler Come along Mahaffy he added They entered the library and the judge motioned Steve to close the door Now boy youll kindly ask ose people to withdrawyou may y It is Judge Prices orders Allow one to enter the house unl ss they have business with me or as I send for themyou understand After you bave cleared tile house you may 1ng me a decanter of corn whisky stop a bit you may ask the Sh step here erllrI Yes salt And Steve The judge drew an easychair up e flattopped desk that stood In the center of he room and seated hlmi seltrAve you going to make this the excuse for another drunk Price If so I feel the greatest contempt for yo iTIleiYou have made a regrettable choice of words Solomon he urged tjy Wheres your feeling for the boy Here said the judge with elo mt gesture resUng his hand on thIs art If you let whisky alone Ill believe u otherwise what I have said must stand The door opened and the sheriff ouched Into the room He was chewJ Ing a long wheat straw and his whole- pearance was one of troubled weak ess Morning he said briefly Sit down sheriff and the judge indicated a meek seat for the official In a distant SHave youlearned anything he asked The sheriff shook his head What you turning all these neigh bors out of doors for he questioned We dont want people tracking InI and out the house sheriff Important evidence may be destroyed I propose examining the slaves first does that eet Ithlour approval Oh Ive talked they dont know nothing said the sheriff No one dont know nothing Please God we may yet put our fingers on some villain who does said the Judge It was noised about that had taken matters was theold fellow who had een warned keep his mouth shut and who had never stopped talking since A crowd beyond the library windows and feasted its eyes on the back of this heros bald hea- llOne by one the house servants were ushered Into the Judges presence First he Interrogated Httle Steve who thatItorn Next he examined Bettys maid then the cook and various house serv who had nothing especial to tell Iantstold It considerable length and big SteveIStop a bit the Judge suddenly InIterrupted the butler In the midst is narrative Does the overseer al ways come up to the house the first thing in the morning Why not exactly sah but he come up this monlog sah He was talking tome at the back of the house when the women run out with the word that Missy done gone away He Joined in the search Yes sah Whenwas Miss Malroy seenlatIasked the judge She and the young gemman you fetched gyarpenjnyself They lad had supper IWboI J HOT FJ ASHES1l 3Weal ia middle age often complain of hpt flashes They are at that stage tfJI11 rlit their delicate orpnilm needs J tonkcnd helping and which only Dr i i Ptvoritc Prwcription can give them Many omen suffer npedlcssly from dkd i wOaaiiood and from oldJ V motherbood to IIgewlth backache dZZ1 iass erhMMehc Awoman often becomea sleepless nervous brokendown d leek tiretI from morning to nij ht When pains and rack thq gwsas1y rHem tfrequent intervals ostjpour Kcichbor about D ctr Plerce IiFavorite Pi2scrlntit Mat a Beaten Street Baltimore Md aii Iw is tBln ttcl1lnc you of my ConditIon I have a e Pondswhen born my thin chCJ Mreet ot theou11 ItIi only for two tours I aIlrg of FaYOrtte one of Dr PierociWiiL 1 dweUdSYbefond Waspdsidhryd never had I Mskaruewo said tom dlcluo vzfvoader 4itac havlnr had n much troUe bclcre IMss xrnaminJ It to all te rofferteir potlcnU anMI lit MliMaM t oftly welrfitd pojind before inJ nfir I Ihavet M 5r We com toinojrfid a atoot Dr PferceaMs fayi1In reeonmen4J to all vbA ittOdr andrant Jidp = togIreltwaezuath3IXUQr which and has been mado under his sonal since its perIAllow no one you hf AU and Justjasgood arc but and What for Oll Syrups It Its is its allays Colic assimilates GENUINE ALWAYS Te Kind You Have For an corner witb them 1Outslde In to collected was nchs 4 CmIDii Just iituo Steve and three of the women they sleeps at the back of the house sab 01nightnlghUIIll see Q1e overseer wbafs his nameHlcks7 Suppose you go for him said the judge addressing th e sheriff Tbe sheriff was gone from the room only a few moments and returned with the Information that Hicks was down at the bayou which was to be dragged Why inquired the judge Hicks say Miss Malroys been nctt yNortonsays he noticed it and that Tom Ware noticed It How does iho explain the boys dis appearance He reckons she throwed herself InIII and the boy tried to drag her out like llie naturally would and got drawed in Humph jlll troublel Mr Hicks to step here said the judge quietly Theres tyr Carrington and a wbpvebeenstrangersknowed Noth Carolinjx sald the sheriff as be turned away Ill see thiem The sheriff went frdm the roord and the judge dismissed the servants Well what do you think Price asked Mabatfy anxiously when tbey were alotie Rubbish Tnke my word for itSolomon tbisj blow Is leveled at mo I have been too forward In my at tempts to suppress the carnival of crime that J raging through west Tennessee Youll observe that Miss Malroy disappeared at a moment when the public is disposed to think advlsererfy when she agrees to drop tbe matter of Nortorfs murder As lor the 2 J Hicks Says Miss Malr ys Been Act- Ing Queer Since Charley Norton Was Shot boy theyll usb him to compel my si lenhe and Ihatjtion The Judge took f a long breath Yet there remains one point where the boy is concerned that completely baffles me If we km just a little more of hfs antecedents ft might cause me to make a startling and radical move Mahaffy was clearly not Impressed f by the vague generalities Tn which the judge was dealing There you gOr Pride as usual try Ing to convince yourself that you the center of everything1 he said in a tone of much exasperation Lets get down to business What does this man Hicks man by hinting at sui yesterltdaypoint of some significance said tbo Judge She pore evidence of the shock and Josp she had sustained aside from thajt she was quite as she has aiways bo4in Well what do you want to see1 tojlcarnj Idea thCCMissIMalroy Is mentally unbalanced Its a question of some delicacy the aw sir fully recog nizes that It earns to me he Is over- anXious to ace untfor her disappear ance Id a maniier that can comp ro mise no one CHAPTERXXIII The Judge Finds Allies t They wCr ft4tbtipted by the ope i Ing of the d ojland big Stovjadmlt tad Carrlneton Bpd the two men or tt f t tj tII J 4 M kQilI eaDl a8 ro w II IP p J ttw jl7 I II Record 228i twalf2 18 t f 1 1 t 11 i Bay Horse 15 3 land hit1i vei htl250 si foaled 1903 Sired hY 1ok4214i7 huIre C of futuritywin Jnst Wi lllmitketbes3eas on ilth Fair Grounds at T trf + r 15 tic In ure Living Co1tpr1OCashat tJimj of Srvicei l1 Moko 2A1 7 BrothI1o Blimps rr Sire of 9 in 230 Inclndr B renda YorkeiE41Fereno 2051 ative Belle 3 2 iI Silver Silk 2O8 Susie 3 2O9 Gomok 210 Also e6f the dam of The Harvester 2 01 i 1 j Little PeSrl Recol 22S4 Dam OlokoPearlll Money edit foaled parted wh bred ttt Iw UUU A shocking ipe menu onu Ilvu1Is Mr Carrington saM the Judge by way of greeting Yes said Carrington hortly You left these parts son S time ago I believe continued the jJi 4ge The day before Norton vas shot I had started homo for tacky reaohedIthe weatherbeaten bloom lad faded He rested his hand on t Ledge of the desk and turned to thefmen who had followed him into the tjtfom This Is the gentleman you wishI see be f tysaiddo rs it overlooked tbI terraces where be had said goodb to lieti scarcely a week before The two men ball paus by the door They now advanced lOne was gaunt and haggard bfs face llstiguredl by a great red scar the 0 er was a shockheaded Individual Vimoved with a shambling gait Beth carried rifles and both were dresse In coarse homespun Morning sir said the nan with the scar Yancys my i me ar this gentleman laws hed ether be known now as Mr Cavendi etBobYes sir Chats me 10 ju passed nimbly around thI lesk and hook hthewhats all this about him nd Miss Betty Yancys soft draw was suddenly eagercPlease God well rec rer him Boon said the judge 11 By the window Carringt nov impatiently No harm coul come to the boy but Dettya shu er wei through him hTheyvewith conviction Irecko theyve withitlci sIn whatsidropptid rather helplessly In chair Bob are Just getting off dCk bed Ilips been powerful orelypp onse optrlk river where I fished him jut ex contlnIsbaggytother his bleached eyes nar wed to a slit Now and then be fa ted the austere lahaffy with a tleetlnp glance lie seemed intultlv y to derstand the comradeship f their degradation Mr Cavendish fefched m hera on This raft Wo tied up to the ho this morning It was there we met air Carrington Id knowed hiri slightly back yonder in Noth Carol a con Untied Yancy He said Id rid Han heapIon seeing my nevvy iI ICarrington no lunger ablj jjtocftn trol liimsclf swuns about or ils bSbl Whatsj been done ho aa fed with fierce repressl9n Whats go g to beI dQnc Dont you know t evhry second is precious I about to conclude t y Inves tigations sir said the Ju o witi- diguuity 11 0ClOTlngtoIi stepped to ttt door After all what was there to pect 0 r these men Whatever tHeir nterest- it was plainly centered in tbe joy Ho- f passed out into the hull judgojMr Yancy Mr Mahaffy ai i I hold 31your nephew in the tendcres regard been constant cc ipanlon ever since you were lost to IIn In this crlsM you may rely upoi uSi we are committed to his reco1 iry no matter what It Involves Tn Judges tone was one of resolu flon reckon ybuall have bee mighty Igood and kind to him sal IYancy MrIlution legally to adopt him sl1 hid you not come to claim him I shoi d have given him my name and nile him my heir His education has ilready begun under my supervision iind tbo Judge the hlgt use to which ho had dedicated ono if Peg loes trade labels fairly glow d withJ philanthropic fervor Think of thatV mqrmure Yancy softly He vas deeply moved iowa Mr Cavendish who was gift d will a wealth of ready sympat f 1I sIIII Judge thrust out a hardened hand to th Shake he said Your f heap better than you look A thi ripple of lauEhter escaped Mahaffvliut the 1c Ir wilkth4Reord Sire of 19 in 210 wSirevotJ52 in 230 Sire ofdamebf 189 Grand sire of 714 l Queen Ethel lJamo 3Jn230ttGranddanforznn h 23o JI v J Jt JI 1dOSreoflin30JSire of dam 1 230 J ir t Isolene Dam of Little Pearl II j 221 granddamof Moko Pearl 28 5 George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 Sirevof dams ofj207 Grandpire of 3160 iiPgaqf Belle Patchen Great brood mare t t Strathmore8 r 230r in mare w- Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 230 Sire of dams 6f 15 lireoft13 in 230 t Hferalga Dam4t tsire Plumstone 8269 Sire of 5 in 230 Sireof dams oT4 Alice Loraine GranddamofLittiePearl Moko Pearl 228 is or itJ anr our bf r fl IJ iege aeceprec eiui2a u proffered hand He understomIthi here was a simple genuine soul iPrice Isnt It Important for us to know why Mr Yancy thinks tie boy has been taken back to North lina said Mahaffy carOoI0I Just what kin Is Hannibal to you resumldingStrictly speaking he aint none That he come to live with me la all owing to Mr Crenshaw Wbosa good man when left to himself but be s got a wife so a body may say he never ls left to blmselfu began Yancy and then briefly he tojd the story of th t dIbldyday of General Quintards funeral dish l bow on the desk and with his chin sunk in his palm followed the Scratch Hlllers narrative with the closest atV General Quintard never saw Jilmnever manifested any Interest In him the words came slowly from gUlpdIswathroat Poor little lad he mut tered and again Poor=ljttle lad Never once sir He told the sightoWeailniggers wilt t ui Ve thougfft maybe o was some kin to the Qulntards but we couldnt figure out hpw The cblldIa hadbeen dead fo yepra The hild couldnt have been hers Hohow Yancy paused theIdesk Irabtpride ho murmured and swept hiIand across his cyes Absorbed and aloof he was busy with his thoughtsII that spanned the waste of yenta rs that seemed to glide before him i review each bitter with Its hideous omemorleB of shame and defeat Then from the smoke of tnese loat baUles emerged the lonely figure of Jt c child nightlt I e Little Lad He Muttered 11Poor His ponderous arm stilIonwht re It ruustecIon the desk fie straightened up In his chair and bis lace assumed It customary expression of battered dlgr nity while a smile at once wistful and cj tender hovered tOnetil thIs man Mlirrnll appearcd inn lhad no trouble with Uladen HQ wasIcontent that youuaoufd keep the chlidyoafrright to llanulbal was never challenged gN9verabout tbat Iline Murrell belongs In these sparts said the Judge 1 Id admire fo to meet him said jrI j I said Yours is a clear case of felonious assaultVrt It alnt sirLloolc aUt thiS = ways Its a clear case of my giving hIm the damndest ort atr uCbody beI1V ing t Sir saldthe Judge VIiL hpd yjpur JHicksf J spending to the Judgoslumiuona Ut now his step soypded In the hall and throwing open tit door he entptted II the room Whetber consciousty or notLhebad aqqulredsomethlng oftnai surly forblddlngmanner which ea gcharacterlstlcpfnod of the head was blsonly greet ngr Will you sit dpwnT asked the Judea Hicks sicnlttnd hv another iJ HambletonfanTo s ac DollySpahkur f1MantrPutehenos i Sally Chorister f Hfimbletonian 10 Lady WaHermire Volunteer 55 f Black Bees J Red Wijices T49 had Almont r 1Heames548 ji to 74 tAlga vX r v Harry Piummer2976- r Belnardsville Maid Homer 1235 Pickaniny dudlvhen mare elsewhere unalterabli II remembering rYr r p inrveUa vi Cu nuiui ui bUS1tsoftlyH What you got to say to meZ he added petulantly Have you started to drag the bayouoJi1sked the Judge Hicks nodded VTJiat was your Idea sug gested theJudge No it want objected Hicks quickly But I sajd she had been acUn like she was plumb distracted ever sir ce Charley Norton got shot flo Inquired the Judge arching hi ey ows1 Hicks was plainly dls turbed by the question Sort of out of her head Mr WAre Iseen it foo Ho spoke orlU Yes sir1 him and me discussed It together The Judge regarded Hicks long and intently and Inslience His magniQ cent mind was at work If Betty had pen distraught he had not observed any sign of It the previous day If Vare were better Informed as to her true mental state why had he chosen thls tlmejto go to Memphis uI sup5os9rMr Vafe asked you to keep aneyVon Miss Malroy while bet Was Away from home said the judge Hicks suspicious of the drift of his questioning made no answer I sup pose you told he house servaflfs fo keep her under observation continued the Judge f o I dqnt talk to zoniggers replied Hicks except to give em my orders Wnt did you give them that order No I didnt The sudden and hurried entrance of tcxJunInatlUIMa8rybli know dat ar coachman Georgo thti lilt black fellow dat took you Into town las evenm I Jos been down at Shanty Hill wbar Milly his wife Is arryln on something scaw dalous cause George aint never come home Steve was laboring under in vtSfi86 excitement but be ignored the presence of tbe overseer and addressed himself to Sloe m PridecWell what of that cried Hicks quickly Thar warnt na George mind you Masr but dar was his team In do stabld tills monlng and IbokinL mighty nigh done up with hard driving Yes1 Interrupted Hicks uneasily put a pair of lines In a niggers hands and hell run any team off Its legs A1nx kerrlago all scratched iip from belli thrashed through the bushes added StOve vTberes a nigger for you said HlckswShe tookthe rascal out of the MM uressedMhrmtllkeho was a gentleman and pampered him up and now first chance hegets he runs off Thearyou knew this mybusinesoff skylarking andvhefl hed seen the moss hed made the trilling fool took tQ tho woods Vgll he catches It when I lay hands On him Do you know when dfiduCde r what circumstances the team wa stabled Mr Hicks Inquired the Jjudge I No I dont but I reckon ltmus have been long after dark sa cjfHlcks unwillingly seen to ttle Teeding i ust tttr sundown like I always do hou IwenttQ supper Hicks vouch ICs fedtQ explain IAndhnedrlveln7fi Not as J knpw of said Hicks Masr CaJng ons done gone off to eta pack of dawgs he lows hit Blimportant to fihd what dome of George baldSeve Hicks started violently at this pleco flt news T reckon hell have to travel a smart distance to fluid d pack or jI he mutteredTdont know orI thls slde Colonel Bates jIIjj emph19V asked the judge atfengtt Early yesiterday He goes there fYoutaikecIJfif ho detU Hicks ihpoto hishead Did h hij1h1iookiis1iead j l taiOxflbon ti iJNDrmayljr ou thlnk theao JJlgI ors aint enough to keeo a jnan stu ring said Hicks uneasily and with a scowl The judge noticed both tho uneasiness aIldthe s owl I should mama thAV ivoiUrf K dBouncing Corinught 15272 IMPORTED ENGLISrT HACKNEY STALLION WiU make the season pf 1912 at the Fair Grounds Springfield Ky at A 15 To Insure a Living ColtI OfO Cash at Time of Service i TMoney due when Colt is foaled maTe parted with orbed s heejThis horse is six years old 16 hands high weigh 12751bs aartCnesnu asorrel and star Is kind in djs Ositiong s high extreme action andl dbred to a mare of any breed is sure to give size and action rhis rhprae JIIhas proven himselftO be a sure and gpocl brxejder Your patronage dsolicited anJjappreciated tAC KIMBALL ifT Springfield Ky g+ Ai tA u lAub J l Z r J7 13 t y4j 4J 4J iy D wr r tJfromIf wonderfqlI ailmentsItt i ItrTAKECARDUl JtJ 8 Mrs Mary Neely of Denver Tenn sapsCjI think there is no tonic on earth asgefod as Cardui i I used it eartyeverything J Now I feel better than Ir have for two years I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering w men1I cant praise it too highly As a medicine for weak tired wornout women Carduiis safe and reliable Try It today Wrtit to Ladies TeeforTreatm t Women sent free Jrqri YOU m i More BANKERS indorse College than Indorse all ther busi ness colleges COMB1K ED 48 Colleges in 18 States International reputation J lUnklne Typewriting Pr nmannhlp EoIlib Spelling Arithmetic Letter Wrltlaff IeIIilawKKKK aulllal7 branthrf iood under reasonable eondidonir Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over tthaUnited States say that Daugboits- cw Sstem of Bookkeeping saves them from 25 to 50 per centn workondworry shorthand Practically all U S offi ofShorthanIWhy Because they know it is the fast good as 6Y MAIL Jo P Tenn BUSINESS COLLEGE f xlll 4hville or Tenn or Ky orETmn 1 l tthe use of a to the bowelskeep nail polsonsopen of oj ioed from your system J 1I Jrhe btest product f science Is VELVO Laxative 9 as on fstomach and and is of the greatest possible in consffpatlon side headache feveria ness etc Try tVFi fy i Tsort every moment ot your mot mr Hicks he agreed affably orksto hold a job like mln l said hickS sourly i thatttllaturbedJIt pblntIMr lucite because your is at variance with toy oWn t was my prlvUpgo to eee and speak her afternoon I was by 4ier natural ness and composure The judge smiled then Lb loaned forward across What were you doing up ahOgforworkl1ko hIs own hour Thejutlges tone was offensive 1Look bore whdt right havo you got to try and pump me cciqd illcks droll conrlnrtncl the lTo be contlnqod CASTOR I1A PorInfizs The Rind You Hava Always Bfiuglji the- Sigaatno of th I v 11Wdmarfelbnlc 1 WANTa q r pIservicesDRAUGHOKS tndCbildrIh Thousandsofbankcashicrs holding positions the rresult otsStudyCATALOGUE Jlessons write President Nashville Forfreecat c apgueon course A COLLEGE write pRAUGnEIONS PRACTICAL Memphu orKnoxTille Paducab yilI v Physicia Adjgoodlaxative prevenrth undigested t gettingiato jrellablea bowels efficacy IndigeiSlSn blllousoess cotlcflatulence ViiID experience fioentlrely 1vlth yesterday profoundly Impressed therdcsk ptthat suddenly rCavIj oI IJ3elUs JOB JDkAUGBQX LAXATIVE J 1 LIVER SYfti l+ = omenas WeUs Men aie IiIiby Kidney ar4 Bladfef TniWJ 4if t Ie Il 1JCidney trouble prejs upon the mind 2 diSc 1rugesandlesscusnmlio rDe3utYJ iuciit vigor mill cheerful ness soon out of order or Ceased beco uatit Is not uncom bent dfljictea with cnk iCatdltheage when it stould be ahlfctp control thj pingdopeiitiupou itep ttheseiuportaht0rgan3 trouble is due to a diseased pf r4the kidneys and bladder awdliot to1Jiabit as most people suppose Wouea nsweU nsmcn arc made nusert utith kidnct ansi bladder tronb1 labI boUt neod the same lrh nilfI suit the ininiediate f1ect qt j S vorap Root is soon realized 3t irfsbld by druggists inlifty cent and onedollar Youipaybafe bv wail free lto a pamphlet telUnff all SwampRoot disappear whentpelddncysare disS iIidnetronb1ehea sreva1en 9 mpnfpra Udtobe tdanesHth i i j i Thistmnleasalit condition greatemedy s J I 1Iincluding ninny the thousands cftcsti mouinl letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just JIlt d remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer 4Co 13wJ l4noD N Y be sexe aIiueiition this paper ont aua1oe s 1 t mistake but member the me KilupersSwampROOtaadThe Bingbamtoa NY on every bottle