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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c j ESTABLISHED 7IN 1883 t iio tr j1I 11 lOt o 1o I t NEW XIX NO 111 1 i COUNTY MAY 2 92 J t II By Mi DIBBELL OoP7llcbtU1Sb1 cwdUtrri rrBjetBeyf B etseyj 1 Yes father Im coming She stepped round tjgijcurve of ihe Tanda as she spoke Where have ybubeen all these v lours grumbled Mr Whittlesey Hours laughed Betsey Inte I her Instructions for the day and we t Jiavokeen rushing thing ata great rate Now I Am at at your service S 4alnbut lust think how you would r fees ItI really should leave yoa for h a long tmo ihe ended teasingly Iauppose that Is all I have to look jforwanTCo now Her fathergave a fllsmal groan Just take a fancy to some young limb you happen to meet and ihenprestoiny baby is turned lntoa lovesick maiden with her poor J Old dad utterly forgotten wI His daughter assured him that fall Ingi In love was altogether outside of her plan of life and the last thing he had had fo play the part of father and mother both ever slnpe Betsey was three years old No she was entering hertwen Ueth year and her father was more than grateful that so father interest in the masculine had been wholly centered on himself She laughed again as sue asked What young man of this presentgen j eratlon do you suppose would want n r wIfe with such air oldfashioned namf as Betsey How you could eVer have given it to me Just because It was my greatgrandmothers Is more t ir 1 than I can und rsfaqd3utat least tM hasSharked me out of the matrimonial 3 h market f only wish It had declared her ifaUier I would have called you HIp popotamns If It might have had any such effect At least I ban be thankful that you did not hare that awful thought in 1 time to do any harm But really q think that such good father and Ssuch a poOr name as mine between them should make a voluntary old j maid out of anyone Ajfl yet that statement from one of your advanced years dees not give j me safe and secure feeling that you Intend it 100 Everya that passes will make you fee a little surer anyhow con soled Betsey now lets go for a ride Ah hour later as they were speed- Ing smoothly along the llake road they noticed ahead of them a saddled horse nibbling the grass at the roadside t Richard Whittlesey was driving and stopped his car besidetbe horse t Milst be something wrong Mr Wbittlesey I never saw this horseL before He reached across to smboth the horses nosethen secured his bridle and passed It to Betsey Seeli he will let you hold fhim while s II start the car He returned to his sent and they slowly moved ahead The horse followed without resist ancct After traveling a few rods they Beanie to sharp curve in the road As they turned this they cyme upon a man clad In riding clothes He was hitching painfully along on foot and a stout staff 1soonas he saw the horse he Stried You old rascal what do you mean by deserting fliethls way ii The aplmal giving a Httle whinny pulled away from Betsey and trotted to his master Had an accident asked Richard as he stopped the carp Yes and a mighty silly one too v answered the stranger I climbed c on top of the bluff at that steepest Place to get view across the llake and coming down I stepped on a thin edge of rock which gave way with me so T came the rest of the way irt about half a secorrd He smiled cheerfully as he dded Guess I broke the small bone of my loft leg Cafot 4 VBB It at Tben us and let me take you to a surgeon tr unexpected passenger into the ton- heau as gently as possible You are very kind The strang ors lips looked blue from the pain of his broken bone but his voice was X still cheerful Though doubt if such stupidity as mine Is flngJJ of so mpch consideration t Folks have to getj used to our crumbly style ofttrorks iir Whittle siy said Come along Colonel called the i stranger to his horse and that obedl ent animal followed after themllktt a welltrained doi r fM They were not far from the lake village and inside of a short time a surgeon was setting the broken bone Broken in two places he informed them when his task was completed I good square breaks both of them only means keeping quiet with the Ic foot in a chair for five or six weeljs Hut where am I to spend all that iliac questioned his patient Is 1k there a boarding house in this place1 1 I tiaye no rlenila within several bun jdred mnesv Just riding Colonel tfirough this part becausel had bee- told of the tuagnificont scenery 1b There ire two good boarding houses began the doctor but Rich l ard Whlttlesey interrupted him 4iHe tli going back In the car with its aodtor I can look after him and c keep him from dying of the blues Now that Is more than good of you the fn ured man said gratefuily lr But you must not bother yourself out L of all reason on my account Seek the Best Nobleness springs to our eyes wher ever we look rich stores of poetic In iplratlon if one has receptivity large enough to take it in and reveal it touchedVith emotion the magic light need not seek the exceptional for j themes the usual affords more than t enough Look closely with under- standingk into the common you will Ond verwbere the uncommon the Register A r vt TITlE NEWS=LfADI3R i I SERIESYOL SPINGFIELD WASHINGON KENTUCKY IOaPERYEAl BETSEYS NAMEI twentyr aboutj sa- idI I VIkWhtttlesey allHJumpingdown goodroess wnmJThflhrlstlan Wall Streets Cheap Money Business men whq borrow at the banks in the South pat on the average 2 per cent more for money than do business men in the Eastern State0 according tqthe reports filed at Washing ittotWhen we compare the rates paid jby farmers merchants and man ulaeturerSHn this sect on of the United States with those paid by speculators in Wall Street the difference is even more marked Interest rates on the New York Stock Exchange are often as low as 2i per cent when men engage in productive industries in the South are paying from 6 percent to 10 per cent for bank funds with which to carty on business It certainly is a badlyorganized banking svstem that causes such wide variations in interest raten in different sections of the cob try This country ought to have a banking system that would make it as easy for the solvent borrower to get cheap money oh sound security iin the South as it is up to Congress to give usa banking system as good as any in the world and a little better America ought to have the best Will Broken The Danville Advocate says the jury that has been trying the Scott will case bougtitin a ver dict Tuesday in favor of the plaintiffs who are the brothers and sistei of the testator M iss Lou Scott of Pcrryville before her death willed all her property to the Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville The estate is Worth about 2500 DrE Y Mullins president pf tht Baptist Seminary attended conrt And the case was bard fought tnroughtout At the previous trial the will was held on technicality but the Court of Appeals re versed the decision The con tention of the plaintiffs was that th6 testator was not able to make a distribution Heavy Rain at LawrenceburgH Lawrenceburg KyApril 25 Tbree and onehalf or four inches of rainfall was recorded in this section within the last eighteen hours Beginning bout noon yesterday the rain fell in torrents and almost with ut iuterrupton until about daylight this morning As a result the streets were flooded SnSall streams were soon forced out of eyervhingvhtch today are rising rapidly Plowed grourid is badly washed and much of it will have to be replanted The damage will be considerable LOST Grayish colored male dog with dark ears and light stripe around neck about 5 weeks ago Last seen near 81t81 leading to recovery information to this felephoneI J A Medley +A full line of Peruna chicken feed B D Lake Co Women to Vote bor the ifirst time in Kentuckv will be wiines ed tne spectacle of women votjing in a regular rountV election at the election in 1913 If the generally accepted con recentIlly enacted School Law be cor rect all wOmen who can read and write andvhoj posses the neces sary qualifications as required by male voters raiy exercise the forIbemiring the names of various candidateS for this office as at the generall election The ladies will be permitted to use the same boo Qes as the men when casting tljieir ballots In irtie future the women will become a factor in pjolitics in Keritucky at least in sjo far as one office is c ncerned and iit is thought that the chatgp will have a tendency- to divorc+ the office of School Supermte c1ent from politics Trouble On Rat Row Emanuel and George Hocker who pose as bad niggers as sailed Jm McElroy also of dolor on Rat Row Tuesday night about 730 6clock Solar as can be learned there was no reason for the assault further than that they wantrd to beat up somebody After being knocked down McElroy got away from his assailants and rn to his home a few doors away Tlu Hockers followed bim but when McElroy got his pistol they beat ahasty retreat McElroy fired 4 shots at the fleeing negroes none of which took effect He surrendered to officers Thurman and Fishb rn and on Wednesday morning was taken before the rand jury Une of the bullets fired by the negro struck the home of Mr W H Brinton about a hundred yards awav and passed a few inches over the top of a chair where Mrs BriMon had oeen sit ting a few minutes before Had iit been a few earlier this good women would have been seriousJy1fnot fatally wounded Lebanon Enterprise Happy With Two Wives Unable to procure a divorce from either of his two wives Peter Sharp now is living happily with both at his home here his attorney says Prior tj the attempt of Sharp to pblan divorce from his wife Celia Sfmuhtha it was said peace did not reign in the divided household Sharp married his first tfife Ann Cat larine more than forty years ago but betiame separated frop her during tlje Chicago fire Believing his wife to haye per ished thirty years later he mar ned Celifci Samantba Last summer he learned+ that Anti Cath erne waJs htill alive and sinpe then he juidhJs two wives Have lived tojjeiher- Dfscoijd at tfiist determined Sharp to seek a legal separation from ote of his helpmates jPittSbutkh Kas Telegram to Inter Qcean 4 c4 cs rcW iSkating RINK i OPEN EVERY Tnesdaj and Friday Nights EACHWEEK J 12500 1 will be given away free in the i voting contest Cme and help someone win the prize I LJV BURNS Mgr Mf1 iNSTREJCTWiTi DELEGATION 11I Favored by Congressman i Ollie JamesI1ijFor l j l lClark f3Rep reseotative Ollie JamI tonight t asked some pert entlquestions i of John C CMayo a d Percy Haly about the statement issued from the Harmon heSc quarters here last week in jjnich they stated that eighty ttof 119 t counties in Rentuckj are for Gov Harmon and so re they Mr James wantys to know why Haly and Mayo are m re contiIJ dential with the liarniim headquarters here than tvith thjj Democrats at home The statement that aly anda Mayo are really for 14 mon un der the u13eof an utiilt structdd i delegation was evidently given the Harmon managere as a se cret without thought oh the part of the Kentuckians that it would be issued publiclv In iiis inter view tonight Mr Jame charges that the issuing of the a ateaientsby the Harmon headquarters was an undoubted blunder and one little dreamed otllby Haly and Mayo when tiDY uttered thed sentiments Inquiries at ascrlbedtoiemt ters that Haly and Mayo dall d there reIportsj t fort on that dayciI have all along ins ted thatjj these gentlemen of wt om MrtPercy Hal yand Mr a o are the leaders should unc ver ther candidate and tell the t smncrats c of Kentucky whom tfchy realvcJ are for under the preteti se of an uninstructed delegatio bllndJ said Mr James j Crowning Infa ysThe crowning infam jof an al together unenviable rt ord was the act of the Prison Pommis sioners in turning lou upon so ciety J H Parrish ilu lotorious Owfensboro bank wre er says the Todd Coanty Tiles Top pious to mail aletter ti Sunday a sniveling hypccrite v ie preyed upon the credulity 0 helpless men and wonien his eliberate theft of a million doll s entrust ed to his care sent to jthe poor bouse many of the aand in firm who found their jiardearn ed savings of a life me swept away blighted the promising careers of hundreds vt uths sent business men to t nkruptcy and actually filled sevi al suicide graves There was Absolutely no excuse for freeirt nim and it is a howling mocjibry upon justice that petty thrives who stole when they or tlllr families were hungry are kept forking atI hard labor for the ate when men like Parrish are tI ned loose upon the public It ivould be highly interesting to jKnow just how much arguunt was brought to bear upon the peanut politicians constitutin the Board to wake the outragcJiey have perpetrated upon jlentuckvs name possible fljrrodsburg Herald L iPassengers Have Cfse Call rii ill Passengers on theIr fixed train which left ths citvi ednesday morning at 1080 c folbck for Greensburg had a Sarrovv esI WcZzi Lonq F4fr longhairBeautiful luxuria hairi That is perfectly nalfiral rfnd youAyersi aid to nature in producing just the kind h iyou de sire Do not Be Wraid Ao use it No danger f its col- ori9g your hair Ieinre- dients are all given on qach yourdoctorconcerning its useJ Consult him freely He knyis- Xd b ta ro Am 00 1wflZju- T TIT1 cape from serious injury nea Calvary The train left a car of cinders on tne main tragk on Calvary bill thred miles froca Ito n to be unloaded by section men and picked up by the train in the afternoon on its return to Lebanon A t hoi t while after leaving Ultcar Engineer Ben nett saw if coming rapidly down thetrack toward thetrain Th onjincreased the speed of the tram as much us possible by opening wide his throttle bui he was unable to get out of the way of the runaway car It crashed into the rear end of the passenger coach a few hundred feet north of the depot at Caivaiy Tue tear of the coach was consider ably damaged but fotunately pone of the passengers were seriously hurt They saw the car as it came down the iraclt nd fqr awnile a great deal ol exci euent preyailed5LebanoL Enterprise Political Fables Slrequous one from Oyster Bay remarked as he pursued hisII way to Afric shores big game to hoot No more will Igoin pur suit of the high puce of president and what he said wt thought he meant We never ed that Teddy bold would reach the Ananias fold Bui back he came with samebag filled with elephants that he had killed and lions tigersqujtt a raft then gunning went for William Tuft But ere he started his ampaign to cop the White House job again some platitude be had o frame to blind the people to his game I My hat is in the ring he ried1his pledge and promige cast SJLie The ou ly reason that Ill give isthati meant consecutive And thus he sought to make ex cuse for from his promise break ing loose and all who wouldnt his praise hes roasting now in red hot phrase Hes roastipg now with jibs and JJeers ilie president of many years what wo denied to U S Grant and Washington welt hardly plant within the reach of Teddy now for It dont seem to us somehow that well the pre cedent ignore and bust itjust for Theodore MORAL Besides if we did grant his whim What is there thats preventing him From once more treading Afric shore And coming hack demanding more Commoner Father Bax Dead S The Rev Father Lawrence Bax for fiftythree years pastor of3tt Johns church Clay Wai nut streets passed away Fficlay night at his home in Eleikant Tilburg Holland at the age of eightyfour years Though it was known to the friends and relatives of Father Bax that he was in declining health due to his advanced age th3 annobncement that he has passed away will be received i ifhisto personal contact with the piest during his half century of work in Louisville Father Bax was probably tile hestknown priest io the Louisville diocese Heheld but two charges during thfi fiftyfive years he was in this country He was Professor or Tocology I St Thomas School near Bards town for two years and the remainder of his time was devot ed to St Johns parish Louis viile Pit Mrs Sam Tucker Springfield r 11 has for sale pure bred S C R I Ued eggs 50 cents yard 100 from pen also one nice Indian Runner Drake will book orders now for day old chickens at 10 cents ach Also your choice of R I R C at 50c and 75c each S C Buff Orpington cpckrels and hens SlOO each SGjOr plngton andSO Brown Leg horn eggs LOO for 15 Wild1 Mallard duck eggs 100 or 15 MRS ti TJ LlTSEY lJ Mlnut C lIhCIIr For GwgjMt CNMiMl Croup a Democratic State Cori r rvntio May 29 1912 A mass convention ysll beheld in Springfield op May 25 to se lect six delegates to attend thE State Democratic convention which is to be held at Louisville May i9 to select delegates to the National convention at Balti more IAt a meeting of the State Executive corarniteo of the Democratic paitv at LJU a call as issued for a svilIejj vention to be held on May ihat city It was also the delegat s otihis con ventio- should be electecj at county mass conventions in each county of the state except those ihat con tained cities of the first cUss and these shall htsld precinct mass conventions Toe basis of represent ition of eah county to the state convention is one for each 20and u fractiomc sfJrW J Bryan in 1908 The Old Farm A practical and progressive KfejitucUy farmer wiites as rill lows ijia farm journal The farm ofwhich I now live has beer nvntd by the family ojver ow hundred ears and Awhile most of it is yet fairly fertile some of tfe up land hot Js are showing hfc bald spots and wrinlds of age aid toraake thi farm better and more productive iis my alum First we save all forage grow in farm and feed tostock ol riP kinds and return to stock of all efise fron stockharns glvI spread 50 loads of manure and expect to have at le ist 50 naore to spread before corn plantim time Want to sow 40 oK 51 acres to cow peas arid soy hens have 30 ncivs in rye noneti turn under green Rfd part to be cut for hay and grain Alive Rem field noarone ofour stock bun ten years ag was grwri un in sumach sassafras and persimmon bushes toid tvs badly washed and wasI not considered worth clean gIut we had faith in a proper roI tition and manuring and putit in corn the fist ye r and got 10 bushels per acre Followed with wheat then cow peas next rvn next cow peas and rye Last crop peas so rank we could hard ly rtn a mower In them now in l rye to be put in corn coming sea son and we want to crowd the 100 bushel l mark Deep plowing careful cultivation sowing rye cowpeasorsoy beans and various clovers tp be fed to good live tock and manure put back on the face of the old field that will not easily wear off Give to the land good measure full up and running Over Fr many years tabacco has been a curse to this pection as many land owner and tdnants grow tobacco almosi excusively but some of our best farmers are practicing diver sified farming as they realize that the land will not always yield bumper crops of any one thing Grow peas and other forage crops in summer and rye or crimson clover in fall andI winter and keep plenty of live landiand rest assured that seed time and harvest will not faiiLLa- Rue County Herald Bran as a Cleaner 5w people seem to know the value of dry Iran for cleaning purposes writes a correspondent Good Housekeeping I have kept a very light griy suit In the best condition for two years by simply rubbing It down with dry bran Rub the spots harder than the rest then brush It all off Interests In 1B36 A power has risen up in the govern ment greater than the people them selves consfstlng of many and vail ous and powerful interests combined Into one mass ttnd held together by the cohesive power of the vast sur filus in tho banksJohn C Calhoun t WilltThe will of each man or woman Js like yie compass of a shipwhere It points the ship goes If the needlel directs It to the rocks there is wreck and disaster If to the open sea there clear saillngrMario Corelll CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children i Thi KhukYou Hay Always BigtI IBears Sgnatuo the of j 4 I SUBSQRJPIIQN44 1 1fO A EAR t a a a I t JQYALt J B4KJN6fOWOEi Absolutely Pure i SYiLight Biscuit Delicious Cake v- Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings V Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder Miir from Ro al Grape Cream of Tartar = LEBANON LOCALS From The Enterprise V Mss Myrle M J ersahJ WilN Iiiyouug papple of the county w remarried at the residence of W P Meyers in this city Wednesday ev niug The ceremony took place in the presence of only a few friends and was performed by Rev A C Graves pastor a f the Bapts chyrclf The brid g is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Myers of Gravel Switch t Miss Mary Ophelia Ltitki n and William Leona d Bickdtt yuung p ople of the Raywicl k Tuesday The groom is a prom ising young farmer and both h and his bride who is a daughter of Mrs Mollie Larckin have many friends with whom the a e YlypoptHar The bridpiis 16 yea rd old Charles Bowman aged 210 popular young farmer and Miss Stella Beaven the 17year oki daughter of G K Beaven kjof the Ray wickd istrict wer uuHed JosephtiItbecerernouytakiQg numoer of friends W1Uiam M Spalding sold Mtn day to parties in Philadelphia 200 head of cattle fedthe pas season at the Brown Foreman Distillery near SL Mary alr25 per hundred They will aver age near 1250 pounds and wi IItbe delivered May 10 Mr Sp td ing lmas220 more Battle at the distillery which he expects to sefl llater and at a better price thau the une received for the bunch already sOld Mr Spald ing sold yesterday to partiesin Louisville a car of bulls average weight 55 pounds at 5l cants- Hearytlumley has purchased ofTlH Haucpck a lot on the corntr of Proctor Knott ave u e and Mulberry street The Price paid for the property was no4 made public Mr Humkey will commence ai once tthoerecfcion of a modern two storyv brickj building 40x75 which vhq a 4completedriage shop Ibis expected thaW tivurytbing will bo cbmpleted and the house ready for occur paucy by earl r fall The remainder of the cattle purchased recently by easfcirh iJ+ parties trout Fox ODanief l1 Co will be shipped to New Yoricthiis morning Thicte a caia were in the Jirst sthn t wade the latter part o w elff while in the shipetit that will go forward ihis morning therei will be fifteen cars The iattie were slopped the past seasonat tnei Mueller Wa hen Kobett distillery t 1 Notice Irj Strayed from Vall y HT1Il on Tuesday night a btSok mare 12i years old slightly droopecI be hicd month cut abgut one inch on eacside Apy information 1 h f rpcovclA- 1tre41yg l e 111i= teorge SpurlbJ ii 7 lI ii5carcty of Cattlet Onth markets today thlaresfs a scarcity of cdltle Thishould encourage the people of theblue glass region to take care of their calves far too many of which are shipped tor veall The breaking up of the large cattle ranches in the West wUltendt ricanse a continuance of this scarcity The farmers In this country being scarce of feed wintered as f w cattle as possi beaqd this is another cause of scarcIty of cattle Our farmers calveskthem this winter This country wll1ralseeenough feed to winter ten times time citle usually cauiedOJ er here Cut hay sow cane millet and kaffir corn and cut up plenty of corn and keep over the beet calves arid get the oenefit of the good prices that will previl for oeefcattleOwenton Democrat T v New Hotel For Lebanon f iMessrs John A and W F Sardesty yesterday n rD Onjpurchased of Mrs Minnie Slc Alec the property on the corner of Main and Depot streets and will shorty begin the erectioa tQf a band9omeholelbuildDJ Henry VHomkey the carriage V dealer now occupies the prop erty bui will give possession of in tIle course of a few weeks The lot fronts 55 feet onMain j7Ofeet tAsbuilding have not been definitely t idecided upn It is probable It however the building will bd three stories high of eon crete construction and mod era in every respect It contain about 32 rooms ana willIicost it SJ3aldih the ti hood of 20000 It is the infen iipn of the Messrs Hardesty both of whom have had mauy j sears experience in tbe hoteL business to start work on the T new structure as soon as Mr Humkey gives posselsfonrrieV anonEntierprIse Attorney W H Swcifcnisyv 1 It Dragfed By Car 7 AttOrne William H Sweeneyj lyhl offices a528 West leffereon jJstreet was knocked down mod dragged about sfeet bilt teastbound JeTTersoi streeVcarl Saturday morning aJs S oclock and bruised ubofot tbfscand hlody though not serioH ljrJn jjured Louis villa Pobt 7 Notice 4i 1I 45 4 I have ajfall line of if pfoM andy vehicles of all kidt tlM r Washington County reWarehouse and IwiU oeJw 1 eerySathrdayaudcontyirtday I me can g tmobybo7time C8ll223 ifek Jttr S 1IarvISr JY 10 i ijpr lJsPi rf ForOUgimC r 7EwP X tJI NEWSLEADER SPRINGFIELD KY l I U1LMB ill TUT TlirTTirm IT t JAMES It M JSEPH POUN h Editors and Publishers Just at present there Is some iiscattion aiflbng Democrats as to whether or not Kentucky pds1Me t the NtIona con ventloa at Baltimore be sent atr cted or uninstructed WhilnII there are different opinions the subject we can see no good reasoa for net saying who we t artjor If we are for Clark t why not say so and if we are for t Herrfrn or Wilson why not say 8iVv The psdpe of Kentucky intelLigencSiia enougJi to determine who they I are fornd if they have not they aojlivoteat aUft What good can be giyen for the people reaoIIjog to deprive t their voice in choosing the nomi uiee1 and allowing a set of Ftd poUticifnsIsay for whom Kentnckys vote shall be cast Why talk of ma chine politics and then to Gletfor you What qualification has i any politician or set of politi 4 cia which so eminently resom- mendjtbem to tIe people as to In dace them to want to trust their Vote in a National convention tto their tender mercies We are in QtSinSplSto cast according tD their dis eretion the vote of Jtbe free hon sons of KentuckyaThe effort to have Kentuoky uninstructed is an unscrupulous attempt to defeat the spIcto them tiatif the people have their sayGhamp Clark will be their choice It is in short an attempt to rob Champ Clark of the suffrage that is justly bis t It is unjust to him and an insult to the intelligence of Kentucky to ask tbat vote arsubject of speculation for poli aticlans to swap and sell as they Sly please for Federal patronage Voters of Washington County are you willing that your vote j8hQuld be ihe subject of a gamb ling contest If so then votathat Kentucky go uninstructed f Or itay at home and dont voteo bat if you want to exercise your i sright of suffrage attend your county conventionin May and say iI who you are for and your vote on that occasion will determine stSor you favor the1 oc who are at the bottom cf I this Iniquitous scheme to throt tle the voice of the people ori 5whether you are for Kentucky casting her own vote As for ourselves weare for Champ Clark and wearein favor ifinstructing our delegates to f vote for him all the time until he is nominated He is Kentucky own son and we owe it tor him 10 4 t instruct for him andno where js this more true than in Wash Iington County and the crowd which attends the convention should be one that will show our loyaltyto him and that we are unanimous for him bInpassing through some sec tions of the county it will be noted that some good work iis beicg done on the pikes One thing that will especially corn mend itself to the people iis the fact that contractors in clftr ing out the ditches are removing the dirt so that it will not be buck in its old place in the courLfSa few weeks The lr t ally that iis being done is better t 7 tban in former years and we jJJi hope that this will be true on ail ili4df spreadff when they are broken en the side of the r adand measured One thing that ia former earsj has worked to the injury ot the r roads has been the custom of allowing contractors spread thi rOOk before breaking in which s iiniirgechunksand halt Lbeamountof metal goes ont Ithat ought to In that case we t have sledged rock instead of thetimproved It is earnestly to be hoped that our worthy Supervisors win abso 1S vlall refuse VSqtlI1e is measured and that u o Scrock on any section will beI sS 2 JUBld and thrown down in the rj road If any contractor ksisi s pa thI8m t tdandworks acp op 4i ijtfjjimjistjqn not pay ing L efficiency depends upon your condition Scotts Emulsion builds strengthens and sustains robust health A1IDruggzta I Scott Oowne rnoonfie1dNJi Valley Hill t Mr Prank Oneal left Tuesday for his homein Cincinnati after h a weeks stay with his parents here v Mr Thos Reed and family of Booker spent Sunday with rel thivesMr and Mrs RI Lea9hmarip jot Pleasant Grove spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs C L t = Gruady Mr Louis Mallard spent thE t latter part of the week with hjs fa letherMiss Thelma i Mclntire of Frederickstown spent last week laithw Mr Hugh Brown Gregory andI arland Shahan were in thisp section Saturday Mr and Mrs J C Harmon 1a spent one day last week iIn SpringfieldS tortr5Jville Tuesday Master Hampton Montgomery near Pleasant Grove is visit his grandparents at this ace Miss Made Lair has returned Ii to her home in Louisville after visit with her sister Mrs T C Tatum j f Mr and Mrs S cG Reddioks Ia ent the latter part of the veek with Mrs Thos Tatum t tlC OJd City Well Uncovered A well that probably supplied the early inhabitants of Sydney N SWtwith water hasbeen found by workmen engaged In the demolition of premises In Oxford street The wetkhas a depth of 30 feetand conta1nefwhen opened about 25 feet of water The bricks are hand made and dovet tailed no mortar being used in p1acgIng them in position The top of IIslabsII t young child was seen the other day in a Spokane Wash hospital when 6yearold boy endured his third peration in one week without an anaesthetic The operation consisted of the grafting of a piece of skin two inches square on his shoulder to cover an open wound due to an acci dent some time ago when the lad I while coasting was caught under reet car Iget i poryTt4tR DONT lose sightI of one fact iit isntt so much the way your clothes look when you first get them thats important its the way theyre going to look after six weeks or two months wear tfart Shaffner Marx clothes are made for long srr vice Youll he as vull pleased with them when youve worn them awhile as when ypu buy them Suils 18 and up Overcoats 1650 and up Perfection suits foV young men price 750 to 15 00 Wel worth suits for men 1000 to 2000 sPerfection line of suits iin all colors and styles for the luiee pant bo tTnicier bocker irous ers sizes from ape 5 4o 18 years Tqeelargeit Jineoft blue serges eyer shown in thw town CniiiDgtiani Dteao Co 1i = j iiLouisvillJard town Jct Bardstown Springfield i tW t= 25L 1 No 41 iSOUthIiOt1flLLNOthBOun No 43 No 91 No 42 No 44 IN ally Daily Sun Dally Daily un 11 Ex Sun ExSun only Ex unxSun f nly 430 pm725 amGlO pm 820 am530 pm 80 urn 522 20 J02 730 1415 jjlo 606 10 5J746 645 i3Kl 7x1655 12 05 j835 600 130 7J1Q Ar Ar Ar Lye Lye Lve ijii I r4SI IN A- SURGEONS COAT ByA MARIA CRAWFORDw OopjrUbtHlt LlUnir fru The cotillion was over and theySfound a table cozily screened with palma and orange trees in full bIos som Ther was a mound of lilies of foetlmAtmeboia happiness exclaimed etty for the decorations aijound here certainly Indicate the expecta tlon oft a bride and groombGossip that thing we all despise yet to which we all listen maintains th hiatthat Gregory Rhodes Is ito be your gladinfI know It laughed Betty sHpplna a spray of the lilies through the tur j quoise and diamonds that held the ces her breast Ire a funny thing how anxious people are to marry me off to somebody You re member boy Aunt Martha tried to persuade me to take the honorablej Charles In mountains twogo arsii Indeed do and since that time II have never cherished any love CorI her Tou and had such great times getbfir that summer Lucky thinS sarterday It Uas a curious ii cldcnt didnt have time to tell you all about it was dunning slster Helens electric down k quiet street pnd there In front pickedIbuilding messenger must have dropped It GJd bless him IOCI course dont know a thing bout this town so I asked a policet man to direct me to your office build- Ing was curious to know whether r net you were the Dr Latlmer new Why dont you eat demand d the girl See all these good things that ootman brought am so glad to look at you again and to hear the sound of your voicel that have forgotten my hunger When went Into your oflice and aw fill those patients lined up 7nesor was due at a luncheon1 in less- thaQlan hour so when your attendant opened the door and called Next ave him my card amTnsked If mlghjt see you for just a minute A id heard your voice and came out In a hurry It was a great things for tie to hate you of all pe ple flndl that surgeons coat What Is a surgeons ccjat A white coat wear hen oper ate n my office dare say look like k butcher Helen says you are eminently sue cessful and rank with the best old Burgeons here lam so glad have so ohen wondered about you Ii wrote to you several times aftett lejt the mountains never received Iho letters fio he said because was afraid to post them Your sister had married and come here to live and everywhere I turned heard that you and Gregory were engaged and knowing that broken hearts are lie yonjl my skill to mend trtitll to for you Betty looked pensive and the young surgeon resumed If It had not Li n for imy worldly knowledge of what a daIijlIremember how we walked up to lara- dise Rock and a sudden storm came on and we took refuge under a big tree The Jewels on Bettys breast Hashed as tha laces rost and fell with her uneven breathing Yesslie sw red softly When the lightning played about us and the thunder boomed llke giant cannons through the mountains you were frightened and II hold you in my armsSwas not frightened then 5i He looked at her curiously Betty he said If you had only known how much greater was the storm going onl In my breast I wanted you so and now il wjlsh had known whlsjeed the girl Just as Gregory Rhodes ntue through the opening In the pa ma Well you gave me a deuce ofia slip tonight Betty Jut see YUI found the place Intended for you anyway pr Latimer pushed bUck his chairrt fOh sit doxn Ddc Im not stop lug was Just looking nroond to flnjd out If Betty had what sho want e Ill be around to your office to morrow to Interview you profession JiltedtWhy Gregory you have always known that II stammered the em batrassed girl You did it nicely enough as nlcp lyjas a thing like that can be done Idont mind talking before Doc Lat injer said Gregory with his air of eiisy familiarity Hes one of myI b jsf Heads had this place allI fled up for expected to propose tq Betty here again tonight but the fates willed itotberwiso Perhaps Inte r ted the sur geou Miss Btty prefers that I should not be told iI dont mind Of course Gregory doesnt feel all this pretended grief or he would not parade It before any- btdy Our fanjllles fixed up the match yfears ago thought Betty meant to tke me until this afternon when had her out sleighing and asked bet to namo the day Then Khr said dbnt expect to marry you Gregor lIm oldfashioned enough to want to be In love ooUshly In love with the man I marry Its hard me for pjeople will say honly your pride js hurt Gregory Uy sisterjelen Ill have to to 4 f w 2 40u un ai nrey SaDJ a uanca somewhere afterward wut Ill man ago to have a heada1and stay home she I anShefound occasion to I saw coithMissedGreg11orI So Betty had been adlng him on lby the look in her ey the night beI hireahkful that the dear bid gossip bad Intervened to save his It Uettyino Prftshornqherreast who greeted tli Fsurgeun For a Sitines own voice He gla1 bed at the gIrlI her whole figure bath J In the ruddy ow from the fire She seemed a priestess of the dawn to Latimer and he set his teeth and ed to think of spme commonplace tobut fils brain had gone wrong he c eluded anti be walled for her tOBpeI Has It been a bar day Are you very tired she ask quietly The note of sympj iiy stirred his anger VNo he flung out Work wby1 work as If my task Iere made for me Work is the 01I thing in life on which a man ma confidently dp pend It Is the only Ing that never Ils him at a cruel tUne Why this sudden find vehement bitterness BobSlie hact not heard r call his name for two years and t sound of her voice calling him til stirred the strings of his heart lIt failed tOStt them In tune with hr gentler sijirl Men have their we womenrOth Ing but Is usuallT amusemeQtthlch found In men rffools at one time or other never loved but one woma and loved her because thought sh was honest aa1 truQI ubput me BobY Bettys eyes were dj fk with lire Todiy ho said i jnoriiifp her ques tion I have heard rom two of ytur sister Helens best friends that you are engaged to aIl llcmai who is to arrive in New Yorj itonorrow Yjutj last night you aloi mo toimako v fool of myself It blfts Betty Have you no fal h lu me Will Idllwomenlove you Bt The dream 0JIyou has helped r fight and in i measurewin AVji LI found yiagain and ycu vr inot married my Ihlove flared uj Into consuming rae W81rmean be asked credulously tjbrain whirling at t1lIOOk In her taaT that you arc not g u5 to marry tbrt foreign devil He leaned over h chair 100lthI dedp in her eyes Betty he said JBetty do y1- Joto me He lifted her to ar feet j ISIS that su eons coat IJ enough for twp Yes he whispe dbls lips al hi white forehead ac the pockets bJ enough for Cupid JRihjC OF THE JAYS OF GOLD Rare Coin Minted n CaHfornlaV fancy Brought o the Notice of Coif ctbrd An cxtremvly rai gold coin of tko pioneer period of llfornla valuod at several thousand tIara has Jua t como to the notice tcon collect yes The design of tli newy discover variety which Is a the Lenominatit of five dollars sh s the letters S O In the cehj r otthe fl tbolngaround the burt Unitl States of AmerIca Cal On the r verse In rae line is the d nomhrtt tlou 6 Dolls nr nd the borderiJl- In twentytine st It tvie 111111 by a private assa OJ arm at Sncra menlo In 194P In hat yar thqj flrn ot J S Wlllla M1 Orrn by Wt formed for thepti4se of refining tti gold and mlnJ into fit arit trdollar pieces to bj used aa curren For many years baa bl en knowj that the firm of nnshy ft Co lit Issued a tondollai piece which s otI Croat rarity only IMP sneflmon lip tug known one which Is In tk mint at Phllaiiplpi V The deslRi ft the tendollar pit Is similar to rfht aroIthirtyone stars ajiundtiic ri tlon rtn ilo rpvei prppfitlns ttj aiiln r 1iiHn i a the adwlp li of llfornl The lt1t tfme the tn bun pitfte was off fff dt sale wti5 at tin tl5p4sal of the Aj drqw ZAbriwliip jllcctlon whenSt realized The 1tiOOIIlar piece has s 010 1849 been Jlectlon made r Jnooo B Moore ilr Moore wa i one timb the UbIlln of the York Historical clcty Ills fa dor- Jacob n Moore Sr was the IItd postmaster of 8n Francisco Expl hatory Nell Jock Tai jmy eyes wet Snii jewelsSDello He moai cats cyea Intelllgt t Ostrich An ostrich whj recently passcxl away at a prlvat coo in Bedfordshire was fojmd to hay eaten seven pounds i1tfitt trIedIToo Ready Ith tilt Excuse A man wrote a friend In Greece begging him to r fchase books From negligence or ay rice he neglected to execute the con ilsslofi but fearing orImet My frlent lnevr got the lot ter you wrote tq tie about the books Dally Thought givesjthojfltarsLc L a ISh heriffs Sale For TaxesI off gSin Springfield Ky the property de Bribed below or so much thereof asaj ill satisfy the tax and cost Springfield Precinct No 9 The life interest in J0 acres of land lis ted in the namo ofAnna C Johnson d situated on hooker pike about II mile from Springfield tax and costs the fSfj L II EARLYA handsome black Stallion 16 hands gh a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of act ion and aa good bone and foot as you would want He haRI oe himself a great breeder Jle Will make the season of 1912 at my stables at the Stonewall Stock miles North Of Sprlagfieldon FarmI Springfield and Bloomfield pike 10 To Insure a Living Colt EARLY is By Joel 447 he by Monte f Cdsto rrf he jbyvrpntrose lti6iEarlys ecomlldamthird dam Betfie by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in the county At same tim and pla- ceJ5LACKG1AXT A No f Mute istregtMredO for af Mare and 3 For Horse Mule to Insure Living Coltt Lien rutained on nil colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted Vith or bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occu- rYOtJIATRONAGESIAiTFD A J3 IIUNDr IOV jWiLDSfiDIRRBLL Will make the season of 1912 at my stables at c 8 To Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Wild Squirreil is a sorrel horse hands high with red mane and tad- eH was sired by Chestnuf Squirrel KK 1479 he by Kenmoro Squirrel No lt4he Red Squirrel 58 First dam Dk Price Jr 2d dam Wild Indian ViiI also stand at the same timt 2nd placermy fine Jn- ckBigMack jrS Sird by Joe Phillips Big Mack he Iiy tiov Wood He wilt make the seasm iAt S6 For ni1nrseInle rind S7 Forn- Mnre 4ule to Winning Time htlcountytaken to prevent accidents hit iot Responsible should any occur CENSOR 45S Dally Glimpse of Manhattan The question of chief public later est Is not whether head waiters call vhomselves difainRroom superintend eats or by any tfiuer name but raib er what effect Surh a change fithave upqix the ampunt of bavkshecflli exacted from the haplessl diner Will th tip increase ns the equate at the fltlorNew York Trbuno Probably a Robbers Hoard A woodcutter fit Mol Foll in tb Forest of Conxpelgic northern France found a box recently in tbo t sunk of un old oak Opening the bo lu tlfspovired 700 in told piites On arninallon the coins which Have been In IIIf tree trunk for nearly a century yfiv found to bp stained with human StopsI NeuralgiaPains Sloans Liniment his a soothIng effect on the tlncslt tips neuralgia and sciatku p ins in staridy Heres Proof tIe Mrs1iiDowkeJbannebuwMiil bit IImrld hi relived uteol Nfiirilii pait UtftntntIta sttCumbcrlandiilaag Jiiimrtit hr Ncunkia slid Iccrtuuly prc in- uti5SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheu matism backache sore throat and sprains At all dealers Price 25c5Ocand 100 lfrkSl L 1 f rT1 = f T1 r lD l 01I SIIi I IIrr 1 I LaceCCurtains Draperies CnrtainPoles J erPrfe Silks I In Changeable Taffetas Mesaline I Foulards I t F1ouncingd5Octo75c36inch 11J 45in SwisrFTouricings to 3 50 Swiss and Lace All Overs Val Cluny and Baby Irish Laces 1Ii and Insert fngs j jC B ryllrBII Clothing C This is he Hom3 of4tIar Schaffner e Marx Clothes Every garmenguaraneed in I1 every res pee Perfection Suitsf- orI Young Men Boys and Children Co F am V7 1i i V Denmark Reg No 2643 Fouled 1906 handsome Chefciiut 16 hands J by iKtntuckyi damrWashington Denmark 61 Noble Denmark though a yoUg horse is rated with the best of Sires Ht iis highly finished anda perfect saddle horse type He is said bywell known Judges such as Wm Kirby oBClwling Green W G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lfllard pad Elmer Kailey to be a great type for a three gaited saddle sUttiion and istllUe t Jjre that class of horses Ho was successfully shown by Mack Huifhs lat year wan never outride the money afnd many timi first wItS never defeated by a r Stallion in model ring His two seasons of colts show remalcnble uniformity His yearling and Buckling wun at Baitlstown and Sprintrnejd and in the sale ring haVe prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both sides were championship saddle horses in Kentucky and Missouri His him and twoof her colts were State Fair wihrers Consider his breed- lug his iiilrvilualUy his show nag qualities where will you go find one his superior Noble Den mart will make the season at i 20 To Insure a Living Colt I i j i j i 1 IiRx tc1unnld 8a3 j iaa n 1 Rex Denmark 8H lit Lucy Mack 1150 Herzogg 60 Lou s I IiII PUIBBSDnnnBeacon Shoes Oxfords sand Pumps metalaiultati ChildrensShoestOXfords Singun 1metal tan I Cunningham Dunca I Noble commandedgood Jh v 4t 4 Red Bird Jr II Red incheshlcrhthatfamousstallionfarmed intheira very brown horse can do just alittle more than anybody else horse either in harness ir under the saddle fhislam is the great trotting bred mareby Lyle Wilkes son of George Willces the greatest trotUng projenitor the world ever knew BrownheLyle 4158 MambrlnoChiefone season at Burksv lIe ah Columbia fairs and won both saddle and harness sweepstakes wfll serve mares at LI iiJ 32 To Insure1 T- willI stahdijnxsamc Jackl ttlO to insurea living colt Season is due when mares traded off or parted wjthl1 BB LEAqiMAN SPRINGFIELD XY FJL M I IillillruiLtblAi For Public S rviceSaon1912 Ir 1 iI KALARAMA f RMSringfiddKY 51 Len L l thq Crigiersnmarki Daughter 6 l3liic 4 r r ES or = 4tStar t f Gaines Denmark 6- 1kt4f th Sumpter IDcnmark p5 Daughter of v j Washington Demnark64 LNottraced j Starof thety Daughter of Blohawk jBeMEare 74 t Mpllle 4i Star Davis 4 r 1Moljie5yfpentnarkFS StvensonMare 43 Edwin Forest 1901 lNot graced daincs Sanmark t 4 Mag by Drennon fbeana Copperbottom 1 Daughter of Tom Halt In taking this really great son of old Rex McDonald 33 from Missouri and bringing him into Kentucky at k a price 80 tar aa we are aware far in excess of any sum ever Before paid for a horse brought from that State C 1 to title or tarried from this State to that we feel that We ate contributing our mite to the saddle horse interests H tif Kctitucky JSdg by bisindivmduolity his breeding and Ills reputhtTon in Mis6ouri91 a breeder we beliqve hIis the OquiIof any herse nchr his age now livin iIc is by Rex McDonald tic sire of Rex Peavme and Mconn1d thief his cay sons xcept this horse now owned nl lfentuckv Thats enough for his sire Rex Monroe is the only hoNeJviagwh ae first and second dsmsarq both bvGaines Denmark Gl the oM heN JIM 1Jird dam was by Deans CopptirbothTh nod his olitJi dam was by old Torn lint Uenogg 56 the sire ofliJs first data lived oply four ycas yt1 ho produced someof time greatest brood mares now owned in MfssourlI Snmpter enmark 65 the sire m hi second dam wasshown lfl6tlmerand won IOC blue ribbons Rex Monroe rttwas himself shown seven times including twice at the St Louis Horse Show with 14 entries in each of the latter rings and no horse has yetdefeated him He is a horse of remarkable substance and extreme finish with a jjriAid tail perfectly Carried natQrally It has never been touched with a knife and needs no artificial 5sLttil4iuit At the conelusiosof his last performance at the St Lonma Uorse Show the llte Ny Russ Railey Sn3 t4tt a judge of a real saddle horse as any pronouned him the most Perfect typo of thq American sadleShorse he had ever seen We saw only four colts by him at Mr Greenwells barn all of them Sy arol4s but line and we do not lohjove there iss horse in Kentucky that att anything near ilJ age could shqw such Hens tional colt They had tile s1ned the actiot1und the air of real how horses Come and look Rex Monroe over andsee him step some and if you arc disappointed we will pay your fare no difference how far you come Marts will be kept on grass at J300 per month and ted grain at actual cost If they are not properlyScared for tulpay nothing Vritpus for stud card and large picture of this horse FE5oTolNsUiELlv1Nq COLT i Bourbons Bei l495 and Red King L 2732 and our two fine Jacks Jack 0 Diambnds and Gov Billie ale also being offered for public service ee tJief3 stock before breeding 0 IT1IURMAN PETERS Springfieldj Ky it f ffi I t f f fOrf t O ft 1fftMmm t 5St 4 = c DR GT BURTON 4 RKSIDEN DENTIST i AIIWork Guaranteed t 1 PHONE 102R J paliJ4J 1 UFMOH Hagan Block r I SPBINGPlELDkYS it 7 DR J C nULD i Physician and Surgeon I d y Office hours 8 to 9 am ar 1 to 2 pm i Offices over Haydons Drugstor W F GTRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW I Office over Peoples Bank wSPRINGFIELD KY r DHW HYATT i JDffice over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 mto121fl4tO5rPm4 JOIINYIIMAYS fUiERAL uiHtCTOR h AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 J iiPR1N9F1FbD KY ORW F TRUSTY PRACTI- CALDENTISTi r Office over Haydonv Barber t j Pental work reasonable prices AU work guaranteed t SPRINGFIELD KY Knob CreeliLStock Farm e Red Light No 2272 by Lightfoot a BrummeU 1524 he by Beau Brummelh First dam Daisy Glenn 7611 he by Dr Canns Clenbrook Reasorrell with stripe in face two stockings 15 34 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without a pimple He has been shown every Jyear of his jlife except two Been shown J in harness rings fivegaited saddle I rings three gaited saddle rings and inI double team rings and has been a good winner in all named classes Has de feated a great many of the best btall ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good horses as Marvel King Und latta King Star McDonald Gov Beckhamand too many 11tomention He is a champion among 4champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts are in heriting those great doing qualities of his also about twothirds of those have his color He willhold his court ats 4Knob Creek Stock Farm Larue Co Ky at 825 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at2 per month fed grain itdesired at reasonable price- S J THOMPSON Manager and Owner e 4 The Kentacky bursary Co Incorporated l Landscape Work Our Specialty Shade Ornamental and Fiuit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Flowers c t Nursery located on Bardstown Road near Louisville rWrIte for catalog See J Adolph Her lein L Cal Rex reseblative p Fruit and Shade Trees t JStrawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus RhubarbiRoses Peonies + Iand Phlox EYerjtliing For Orchard LawnI it t r and Garden J t Free Catalog No Agents H F Hill pmeyer SonsS Lexington Ky J H= For Sale x l passenger VVintori touring car less tires r j 5passeniier E M P 191 0 tou7iug car new tires 1i lJp 1910 Indian motorcycle aM in good condition 135 1i p National gasoline on f gine 35 a4e 2h V FairhanksMore G- rr s oline engine Aith wood saw t135 4 hp tl6rizonta1 FairJt anHs- MorsR gasoline engne All the above aro onalfeilpttr j bere itt ou fIi c or bUiLOS d r ipply to WIK MAICO- Sr r 1l TOiVN i wfm W ii fn lIiWi uW Local Hdppenjingis of Intercs The Freshest a nd Latest rj AIIAbout Yourself FrIends g and Acquaintances ftftnutftMnIFOR SALETWOIdigs vH LeachmabIS litmare ind one1 good work lhorse Harry Derringer Fd3 SALERhode Island Red eggs 50 cent per setting Mrs J W Tucker Ifn MrnV N Stumphj RoutNo 31 has for saleifine white Pekin duckeggs 50 dents er setting fi of 13 IeIndianper setting 6f 12 pure white eg strain MjssLida Grujxdy Dont fail tosee our slipper dispay in front window at y E Campbell Co S eMrsfor sule Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 100 fur the first setling and 75 cts for second FORSALE Rubber tire buirgy used onlyT8 month Arpold make Tine Cecil iir 2 Mr Turner Derringer has for sale Barred Plymotb eggs 50c per setting of 16 l NOTICE STbcKMENI have a to good Jack which I will eiber sell or farm R L Clements Remember Leacbman Camp bell when you are in the market forrefrgrators or iceboxesp Fpu SALE An extra nice driving mare Safe for anybody to drive W G Grundyg Mrs Jno Hines R R No2- huts for sale Blaak Minorc ljggsi Judge B L Litsey hascalled special meeting pi the Fiscal t Court for next Saturday to at tend to some special business Leachman Campbells is the place to buy your refrigratols i and ice boxes Will saye you money and get what you wanLs i FOR S A iSingle Combr Rhode Island Rtd eggs at 5c per setting Mrs Walter Lewis t Mi s Pear Smothers Willisb burg R F D No has frsale Columbian Wyandott ggs Call by pbpne Moore Jlle exchange We are too busy to writes advertisements so come int and see for yourselfcMrs Williams c e FbR SALEi phaeton excel lent make and just as gooas new Also desire to rent one good roomy carriage house Mrs J W Lewis 300 pairs ladies slippers qn special sate Saturday Running in price train 150 to S3 50 all io this sale Saturday only 98 tCItst at S E Campbell Co The wife of Robert Young call ored died ather homo near Jim ton this week Also the wife of Tom Pipes of the Texas neighborhood died Mpn ayI liwhiteli J R Durhams Clark jjack ahu his dam is bv Horace Litsey s old Black Hawk G W Fenwick Springfield Ky r r 4 1A big Stock of rufiigralors n rId ice boxes on display at Loac man Campbells 050 to 3500 Buy now hile you have Jig block tQ select from i WAKTBD Ladies haroeos and saddlt mare black about 7 ears old not under 15 hamls high must be gentle Call phone or address Mack Hendren Mack yi lie1 Ky Mr Jas I Royalty sod his farm of about 40 acres to Mr Chas Camden for 200 per acre He gives possession December 1st 1912 and will move to his farm which he recently purchased near Maud n Rev Father Cleary O P hast been conducting a retreat at St Ca harintis during the Pst week He is a vtiry excellent speaker ands well remenib red lire a t no condUctedt a mission aSt Rose two years ago T II- rr JOPIGSJ1yw r 7A1are line of new Ijats shapes z nd patterns every- thIng go od prices rJghtIMrs Williams A gOsH ed crowd atended the play at the Opera House last Thursday night by the students f St osephs College The plot of he play was excellent and the resenting of it by the students was very creditable St Jose hs College is in irs styear of existence under its new management and is rapidly lo the front In the Circuit Court at the I May term will fce two suits by the Com onwealth of Kentucky vs The International Harvester Co anc the American Seed Machine Co in each of which 5000 damages is sought In ach of hese suits itis alleged that the companies combined with othisr companies and fixed the price of their products at a price above their real value The suits were brought by Commonwealths Attorney U S 3iU The High School team of this city ajid the team of St Josephs Colegv jof Bardstown Ky tt placed an interesting game here last Tuesday The score was 3 in fvorof the home boys The Higi Sehoof has one of the bet teams they have ever had and from their showing Tues day are fible to compete with any amateur team In the State1 The itchirgj of Thomas Colvin and the catching of Ricketts Bout ware and the fielding of Walker were th special features of the ame Mr Joe Carrfeo and his son ad a narrow escape from drown ing 4asti Monday morning They were driving in a wagon and atotempted to ford Cartwnghts d Inear tiOlol1IEI1lol tt itthey were hurled down stream by the Iswift current They aved iljemseives and their team by unhitching toe horses and riding obt iVExauifi nations for pup s diring to obtain diplomas of gradua ion frojn comaion schools will e beldj on the send Friday nd Satiurday of this month and the examinations forwliite teach ern willj be held on the fourth Friday j Pile examination for graduation from the common is one that should be- aken by every pupil who has nnpf1ed the common schtfo course A nice diploma is grand t wilidh carrie with ita mark off prolieiebcv in the common c ool Ktudies Orotorio The pringfied Baptist church was tilled to its capacity lnstI Tuesday ovemrg v hen the Leb nou Bajptist Church Choir gave tvn oiojtono Prof Mack Me Chord presided attire organ and pruvpl hat he was master of the wonderful instrument lately plicod in thenew church The choir is composed of m my of the prom inill people of Lebanon prjncijial of w horn are Mrl Gnu Latin 3T principal bHriton Dp Ohas McChoid tenor v1r G W Matson basSj and Mils Eliz elli Spaldinr Ehzibelh Edm lid s and Mettle Bosley so rThlr rCjlrenderCjl + county who are students of wusij Ind wore in a better posi tion o appreciate good music Sch ol to Close Ths eighth and most successful jearof the Graded Schoul AMll cl se on bVidjyMay 17 The commencement exercises will tie held at the Opera House on the evenings of May 28 and 24inc will be devoted to the folio vins graduates Misses Mae May s and Naomi Rogers Messrs Fred MayesV Charles Bottom Ricketis Bmilware and lIvor Roberts the other to the undergraduates Tie entertain men s promtoe to be unusuaLly gcodJ The inusic which will bej furnished by Miss Martin music class cohaists of qiiartats 1Irr1B 7 Go I IWe handle only the brest grades of j IIiCO Coal give 80 pounds to the bushel Get our prices IIand 1 CORN OATS STRAW AND HAY Pr ices are always right I 1 I Full Line ChicKen Feed Chicken Chowder is the proper feed for Pen Chickens make them lay and keeps them healthy Little Chick IgrowScratch l B D Lake 6 Coj i choruses ducts d rHs etc Fred Male is valndict lall Rickctts K Boulware class ora or Profj Hal mon of Bowl lg reen will deliver the baccafan re e address Every child in scnoi tWIn have the bant fit1 off this xcellentltraining in speaking drills this year as tl different rooms wil entertain hefr paI rents dnnng the last week of school l The object 01 this is to give all the children ie advan 1ageofuntod value in voi e culture self control gracfi of movement etc only those wholave failed to get it and need iit afterlife can fully apprrc atc s alueh inCWilliam D Clay frooke of Springfield strongly lipped for d one of the three piiceson the new Board of Prison omumson has declared out s business affairs not permitting him tot de vote aiiy time to the uty of theh t1Thoset Claybrooke was aim ist certain f appointment on th board and t cjired that he coulti have had- tiepLace if hehad nted it Mr Claybrodke bived two nns in tie Lgis ture Jr m Washington county and gave rtoff as rt blest members of tlte Lpgisla turo and when he ag lied for thef pliice asa membro the Prisor1 Comiuissioa he rectj jedIIstrong II bs ti Uing lie had e rlorsemfiits from aH over tte St andfrom men alliedvith sllllef ctions and by Republicans as v as Demo 6cratsWKeatlyHamilt The banns of mu imony wore published fOI the fiigl time Sunday utHI Rose teeii Mr Alex Hamilton hnd bliss Viney Wheatley of Louis lIcf E ThompsonHardii Mr Nealklirdinhsie Thomson will be iioarriedj atttire residence of Re J A Sims today The bride i daughter of Mr lobert That ipson of the 3nish Grovu neigh iorhood and is a populnr and atj actiy1 young Udy while the gro to who is a son of Mr J A lard in is an I industrious yoing au Newton eltyc cMrRegina Newton WF1l1arrillat St ROJO Tuesday morning bv t Rev Father MeG nagle The attendants were M Clem New ton brother of time ride a id M rrForest Cusiclr Tl l groom is SQoi Mr Mii s rfly and an ciiidustiiousundo isa diuglitei off Mrs AI iffred Newuo andii n attractive young lady iih J any friends CatlettMarks if Mr Pt rry Mals arid Miss j OlliE CttUvtlttwere inarried at the Uautrst church on ist Thursday evening tit tight clock Rev JO Uolle perfon lug the core uiooy Tho bridal lltyentercd- the church pro dud by theo Pus 01 arid tin utiendunts Messrs Leo Hyd nand W R Selucman Mrs yron Croak presided at ihu urxjinaudas tho bridal party et bred played Melelfsohns We ding Marcht rIle bride was bar sornelyattir ed in a biowirtraV Hng suit with hat to match anti arried white roses immediacy following the ceremony the left via Lt ba non for Somerset of a short brl j dal trip and rttut d to Spring Held Sunday nigh The bride is the ttllrctive d ghter of Mr andMrs G D C telt and iiSriiu accoaipHstiVd yc ug lady wlrli a best of ion 1V1 lire gr6bur who is a son of Mr and Mrs W Marks is an industrious young than liked byp everybody and is engaged in the lumber business With his father and brothers Mrs Hugh McElroy Dead IAs we go to press word has seaIMinnesota of Mrs Hugh M McElroy The remains will be brought here for burial probably riday or Saturday Child Dies afidMrsome near Fenwiclt yesterday- orningafter a short illness of mbranou croop and pneuI monia The funeral will be con ueLedat Hillsboro today PERsUNAL Mr and Mrs R C Drown aVe returned from their bridal trip Hon W O l1 Chord is a- tedingcourtrn Lebanon this wppk Hon W D Claybrooke isI in Junction Uitytoday Mr C W llagan of Lebanon was here yesterday r tMr Jim Bradley of Montana hist weekwtth friends here Mr Ben F Simm o Jr who or thu past year has been in Nw Mexico andrTexas has re rued home Mr Steve Noe of Lebanon was here the first of the week Attorney J P Whittinghill Ovvensboro was here Monday on business Mr Dinwiddie hampton of L ni6viife spent a few day here tbiss week Mrs G Bell and daughter Virginia of Springfiel Tenn are visiting Mr and Mrs W M agan jj J Mr jipd Mrs Prry Marks we returned from their bridal trip Miss larf Pieters left last week forj New York where she sailed for her home in Belgium after spending several itont s with her brother Rev J T Pieters Attorneys John A Polin and Marshal Duncan are attending ourt at Willisburg today Miss Blanche Carrico has reo turned to her home at New Ha ven after a visit to friends here Mr and Mrs John McChord of Lebanon attended the Musi cileathe Springfield Baptist hurch Tuesday evening W C llcChordtJr was in Frankfort last week Mrs E E Buster and daugh ter argaret arn the guests of parents Mr and Mrs Y Mayes Mrs Sarah Donahue of Bard stown is the guest of Mr and Mrs J J McCabe Mr John Clements of Leban n was here Sunday Mr Ernest Tong was in Jampbellsville Monday Mrs T B Flaugher was called to Fleming county yesterday by the serious illness of her grand father MP W K Robertson was in Louisville yesterday Miss Katie Williams was in Louisville last week buying new millinery theJgllesLJ Cunningham Mrs John T Craycrbft has w j f ye DEARLY BIRD 3973 J The Blue Ribbon Winner Fee 1500 to Insure a Living Colt jf9 jI L lI Red Birk G 1956 rtJ l Sarah Hamilton 4303 Ir Brcwnl55I ji l 1IChestnut Dare k rI J IJt lMattie Hamiltoni 4019 j relQ ta Daunt Q ttl 7 Chief 1 Early Bird is Chestnut Sorrel 154 hands high star and foaled 1909 weight about ifeavy mane and walkinghorsewas byr Mack Hughes at Danville Harrodsburg Perry ville Stanford Springfield and Monticella last year and won seven blue and sly Ted ribbbns himbeforemare parted elesewhere Lien tamed on colt to service fee Care taken to prevent accident buttnot responsible shbuldjany iictfar At same time and place will also stand my two fine jacks CLARK tI AClarkWooClarkans C 10 TO A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK rj TIE OLD PAR OTT JACKwill also make the season This jack is in fine shape and is ready and willing times This jack istoo well known for comment his enable reputation speeks for itself t 10 TO A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK r W f 1 Lmiles from town on pike Ky R 5 returned from Cincinnati where she spent the W A toiayIIter Miss Lizzie ar in Louisville Notice Ii IJIiII lime winter time is going and tthe sp ing and summer time has come and the trees and bushes are out in their old clothes that if like new sotO have four clothes yke nw such as suits laces siks IandI done oy Sco t system of dry cleaning and does not effect colors nor does it shrink ndI brings a finn finish on the din tiest fabrics as well as on animal fabrics Also dyeing bats re blocked and garments made to measure This work is done by the City Tailor on Main St opposite First Nation al Bank Phone 6R F W BAUMBATJER Prop Ky REPORT OF THE CONDITION National at Springfield an the State of Kentucky at the close of business April 18 1912 No 1767 Loans and Discounts 25781125 Overdrafts secured and Un secured 6394 08 U S Bonds to secure circu lation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 400000 Due from NationalBanks not reserve agents 142996 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers Trust Companies and Savings Banks 29184 ReseryeAgents 2426832 Notes of other National Banks + 299500 Fractional Paper Currency Nickels and cents 3716 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz Specie 167440 Legaltender notes 726000 893440 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 250000 Total 36166201 LIABILITIES apital Stock paid 5000000 Surplus fund 4200000 Undivided P1OfitsIe811 ex penses and taxes paid 714640 National Bank Notes outstanding 6000000 Due to other National Banks 371214 Due to and Privat Banks and Bankers 97054 Individual deposits subject- to check 1B616047 Time certificates of deposit 5167246 Total 30166211 BUT or KRXTCCKT couror Wuu- isnTaxss A C McElroy Cashier of theIabovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of April 1912 CHAS M McCHOBD Notary Public CORRECT ATTEST B L LITSEY JOHN W LEWIS H M GRUNDY Directors r0 STOt tbe streets of between the Walnut Ifo S Post Office a K of Cwatch fob Finder please rEturn to this office or I G D Robertsonj Jr Th Cabellsi Lexington 3234 Mattie f Baileys Dexter pomec Chester Da ofL AA2i 1fleauBrummelt of Kenmore SallieB J T J PBlade Hawk- Thiu 1 WIld Indian r t Dad11 l ieis If tj EI tit fc1j 4 Vi i41t JBlack Squi Tek6s j i Nannie Gett72 j Red l 1 1j el D 5 SPa1d g nmark70r Dau a snip 1O5O l i IS Ire secure JR l l provenhiniselfa superljbreedeh J INSURE PICK t j at all INSURE M NALLTMackville Springfield = Mrs look Springfield Springfield First Bank RESOURCES n State I Springfield t reet4Tbeatreau t f LE f v a X1 HWWKKlWW 1Wl Hal Hamilton M326 1 r This fine trotting bred stallion will make he season of 1912 atmy place onehalf mile from Fr Frederickslown Bardatown road at n 10 To Insure a living Colt T Hal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 28375 dam Elkmaid by Elkhorn 13909 grahddam Sarah Fipncis by Madrid 1835 Alpha js darn Tallulah by Tennessee Wilkes 2735 he by George Wilkes record 222r Alpha Js dam TallulafiDy Brown a Hal 3 41 i At same time and place will stand my Jack Black UawkJr J5 Black Jack 15 hands high 10yearsold He is by Litseys Old Black Hawk he by Got Wood First dam by Logan Jr 2d jlam a black Jennett with good points Heihas proven to be good breeder Iseveral of his colts sold fast year for 125 He will make the season 5 l EAt 10 fort Mare Mule and 8 For a Horse Male0iWill Serve Jennets at12 Will also at the same time and place stand my Jack TohnxT t c By the old Dick Parrott Jack and out of a Spanish J nnett He has proven himself a sure foal getter and his colts speak for them tselves He will make tfie season at a E aS6 For a Horse Mule and8Fora Mare Mule aa- Lien retained on all colts sired by either horse or jacks for service fee Money due when the factis ascertained mare parted with or a bred to another horse or jack Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur STABLE Houns6 to 8 am 1130 am to 1 pm and S to7 pm Anyone calling at thee hours wilIalway findsome one a the rJ barn otherwise youmight have to waitr E J L HAMILTON FredericrUtowD Ky i =i Breaker j I Will make the season qf 1912 at my fanrfxj miles from Fredei ck atown and six miles from Springfield 12 To Colt to Stand aMSneff San Breaker Trials 217 12nrid 216 14 brown horse 16 34 lands higbfoaled 1903 hltbrotherto Meddle Cpnnpr trialQ9 San Breaker is by San Mateo 2i2 he DySiinmona 2744 hebY George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie Ix tir0 2 512 by Nutbreaker 2952 he by Nutwood 600 y S Money due when colt Is foaled mare parted with or bred else where A lien retained on colts for service fee e Will also at same time and place stand the fine Jatfc i Governor ift Goy rnorMc is black Jaik with white points 1 JnhJfand hasproven himself to be a surd foal gett r Hejwilllinake th seasod at 4 r 8for a Horse Muleand lQ3ora MareMule J W WIllet sori 1 o 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went down with the Earl Lambeth astride of him then from kit boot leg that knightly soul flashed a bornhandled tickler of formidable Umeaalons Tfct Judge Yancy and Mahaffy prang from jthelr chairs Mr Ma taffy was plainly shocked at the spectacle of Mr Cavendishs lawless yin lence Yancy was disturbed too but not by the moral aspects of the catfe he was doubtful as to how hls friends act would appeal to the Judge He heed not have been distressed on that score since the Judges One idea was hiskneetwo men jWkat do you want to know judge cried Cavendish panting from his exertions Ill learn this parrot j to talk up I Hicks said the Judge 11t is in your power to tell us a few things we are here toflnd out Hicks looked fop Into the Judges face and closed his lips grimly Mr Cavendish kindly let him have the point of that large knife where hell feel It most vordered1TE1kquick said Cavendish with a ferocious scowL Talk or whats tor kinder me slicing open your wooz en t and he pressed the blade of his j ajnifeI dont know anything about Miss BettyMid CHIcks in a sullen wills L1 per Maybe you dont but what do r- Si know about the toy Hicks youI silent but be was gratefuffor Sb l Judges question From Tom Ware had learned of Fentress Interest beI the boySWhy should he shelter the I youIplease Mr Cavendish said the Judge nodding toward the knife t You didnt ask me about him saidI Hicks quickly I do now said the Judge 3 He was here yesterday w 44 IjudgetIWlcedWalt crid Hicks You go to Colonel Fentress- f Let him up Mr Cavendish thats vail we want to know said the Judge CHAPTER XXIV rt Colonel FentreM The Judge hail not forgotten his v ghost the ghost he had seen in Mr e tSails office that day he went to theI courthouse on business for Charley Norton Working or IdlingprIncipal the latterdrunk or soberprlni clpally the formerthe ghost other wise Colonel Fentress had preserved bplace in his thoughts and ndw as he moved stolidly up the drive toward Fentress big white house on the hill with Mabaffy Cavendish and Yancy trailing in his wake memories of what had once been living and vital crowd 1ed In upon him Some sense of the wreck that littered the long years and the shame of the open shame that had swept away pride and selfrespect 1acame back to him out of the past He only paused when he ptood on- t the portico before Fentress open door He glanced about him at the t3 wide fields bounded by the distant timber lands that hid gloomy bottoms i at the great log barns in the hollow to v his right at the huddle of white Cashed cabins beyond then with his big fist be reached In and pounded on 1the door The blows echoed loudly through the silent house and nln slant later Fentress till spare figure vwas seen advancing from the far end ottho hail Who Is IUbe asked Judge PriceColonel Fentres said the judge Judge Price uncertainly and still advancing I had flattered myself that you 4must have heard oLme said the I Judge I think I have said Fentreso pausing now He thnks he has muttered the Judge under his breath Will you come In It was more art question than an invitation f if you are at liberty The colonel t bowed Allow me the Judge con tlnued Colonel Fentress MfMa t haffy Mr Yancy and Mr Cavendi h Again the colonel bowed Will you step Into the library ef Very good and the judge followed v the colonel briskly down the ball i When they entered the library Fen tress turned and took stock of hie C guests Mahaffy he had seen before Yancy and Cavendish were of course J strangers to him but their appear i ance explained them last of all hit glance shifted to the Judge He had heard something of those acUvlUes by uu ana of whleb Rlncunv Price bar k kI IChildren Cry for Fletchers ITile Kind You Have Always Bought and iv iich liJlsIiocn for over 30 years has borne the siernaturo of I Allow tlecelyeyou Alt Counterfeits Imitations and Ttistasgrood Experiments that trifle with and cindanjjcr tho hcaltJi of Infants and lcnExperlcnco against Experii- ueiitWhatis CASTORACas- torin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium HjCorphino nor other Ifatcotio substance Its aga1i its guarantcp Ifr destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhnea mitt Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assin Hates the Fod regulates the sleepJGENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS X Bears the Signature of I I The Kind You Have Always Bought se For Over 30 Years 77 STtCCT r emren to aisunguisn nuuacu had a certain curiosity respecting tho satlSUedIfor his mellow effulgent personality might well have paSted for a common- agabond and If his dress advertised p tj ez1laipedwas possible about either May I offer you a glass of liquor skI Fentress breaking the silence He stepped to the walnut centertable Had Mattered Myself That You Must vHave Heard of Me Said the Judge where there was a decanter and glasses By a gesture the judge declined the Invitation Whereat the colonel looked surprised but not so surprised as Mahaffy There was an other silence I dont met beforethink we ever obserVed Fentress There was some bingTn the fixed stare his visitor was bending upon him that he found disquieting Just why could not have told But that fixed stare of the Judges continued No the man had not changedhe had grown older certain ly but age had not come ungrateful ly be became the glossy broadclotlr and spotless linen he wore a man who could command the good things of life using them with a rational temperance The room Itself was in harmony with his character It was plain but rich In its appoint ments at once his library and his of flce while the wellfilled cases ranged about the walls showed his tastes to IntFllectuallong have you lived here asked the Judge abruptly Fentress seemed to hesitate but the judgofglance compelling and insistent de manded an answer Ten years You have known many men of all classes as a lawyer and a planter said the Judge Fentress inclined his head The judge took a step nearer him People have a great trick of coming and going in these western statesall sorts of damned riffraff drift In and out of these new lands A deadly earnestness lifted the judges words above mere rudeness Fen tress cold and distant made no reply For the past twenty years I have been looking for a man by the name of Gatewood Davld Gatewood DIs- ciplined as he was the colonel started vlolOnUy Ever beard 9t him Fentress demanded the jullge with a savage scowl Whats nfl this to me The words came with a gasp from Fe tress twitching lips The judge looked a t him moody and frowning have mason to thj this man HOW BOMMS US JKSASSE The liquid end the digested food ii the alimentary canal pass through the wall of the canal into the blood This piocees is eallod fbsorptlolJ and takes place eUeiy from the small intestine Altar absorption the blood carries the food tkrottgh the body and each cell takes from the blood the food it needs A pure 4reera extract made from bloodroot naadrako atone queens root and golden 1ftel sad told by druggists for tho past forty ycnrc twder the name of Dr Picrces IIGelda Medical Discovery gives uniformly cxulicnt rcsuhc as a tonic to help M ft Mtirailation of the food and in tiio rbscrption Lythc blood of the foot i xtractiother injurious in c ienttrhus licbedy can be bunt upstrong to resist disea r This ih n tonic taken from Natures garden that build ttoec weakened by duoaie Dr Pierce foundef of ths talid Hotel ol Ikiffalo NY bllt received ni5nyielfci timiiar thin following giwpleasureI Joj tfet rd condificabLtzuithlngilIfwonYrtk 3IJltqditJDiscovery Before I had uotbotU 1 rre t Imrrovcrocnt and when I had used this treabaeiit ttro months uilnj only forr vials of Pleuant Pellets I returned to perfect health I cacao fad trord to cxproM ley thankfulncu fot this wonderfuli modirim rdIso all brRxiU to Ur K V ricrce as ha vtcu jttcs faU a and has been made under hIs per sonal supervision since its infancy no ono to in this are lint I It In U he sonrWouu cnme WBSI Tenn6aaee he saljd If boy I have never heard of him Perhaps not under that name at any rite you aro going to hear of him This totweeihdrelthodGatevoodmonet and business In his wayn planter he was same as Gatewood A sort pf partnership existed between the piiir It proved an expensive en terprise Juhedrel Ipore and more as time passed even large sums of his money were In Oatewoods hands Fentress countenance was like stone asexpres sionless and thByYancr and Cavondlsl they under stood that what was obscure and meaningless to them heldTa tragic significance Thojudgesand 4ebauched but infinitely good naturfcd bore now the wdeep3ibledcame to their ears like istant oderThis friend of Gatewoods had a wifer The judges voice broke motion hookhim like wasteartsucltingWI1SWIJ hisheelwas a wife Fentress he fixed Fen tress with his bjazlng eyes A wife and child Well one day Gatewood and the wife were missing Under the circumstances Gatewoods friend was vebeendnughteraiclGatdvood tohlmThpre was another silence wbQhadIJe robbed by his friend lIe had fallen doneforhlm4thereseemed to care about and that was tho rate of his child but maybe hoI Hirwas only curious there He Once pausedWhats aed Fen tresS Ajre you sure Its nothing to you demanded the judge boariiclyIUn derB and this Fentress Gatowooda treachery brought ruin to at least twoI lives It caused the wouianii to hide his face from the tntherIwasnt enough for him friends believed his daughter ho knew differently and the shame of IIIhatilinowledgevate Into his soul it dost the husband his place In the wOrld tooJn the end it made of him a Vagabond and a penniless vanj derer This Is FenInothing to me said tres VnitcrIedtho judge About six years agq the woman was seen at her fathers home in North Carolina reckon Gatewood had cast her on1I She didnt go back emptyhanded She had frun away from Her husband with a childa girl after a lapse of twun ty years SIlo returned to her father with a boy of two or three There n11sweredcombof the child are they living dead did the daughter grqsv up marry and have a son When I orII my answer It will be tlrne enough think of Gatowoods punishment The judge leaned forward across trio tatile bringing hlatace Close to Fun tress face Look at medo you know me now But Fentress expressidri wteiedloFentressIquietly FWhatnMyYou are mad What do I know of bhnor you Fentress was gain lag courage from the sound of his own voice Iis borYOUr 11 rnai Ware have put you on the trafclc of fhc Qulntard lands In this state YoM intend to use the boy to gather than in 1jjj Voure mad repeated Fentress Unless you bring him to mo Inside of wentyfo r hours Ill smash you roafed j j fFeutressthe name otjFentress Just as you havp stol irther things Whats con4e of TurhprvIllnin6neyi unDin you fioull tKvantmy grandson Illpuli you own ana leavte you stripped falsefdopdl i i t t tf tIlt Mko Pear140394Itecord 228 inal2 18 J3ayHorseJ53 hand hteh Veivht 1250 JbSTfoaled 1903 Sired hyMoko 24457 5 tre of futurityi Wll make the11I11nr8 season n the Fair Grounds at 4 j to IInsure a Living Colt or 10 Cash at Time of Service iI t01 jIf B Jthet2n4Sti 79 in 230 Yfrke204Fereno Ir eluding B renda 2151t Native Belle silverlS fGv4iter201 Lit Pearl R ord22l DHm of Moko Pearl 28j J Uc colt foaled parted r r rMr r J it mop jva Gnu urn Sou out these doors as naked as when you entered the worTdt 1 tie judge seeme tower above Fentress the ma- ad shot up out of nis deep debas- eat Choose Close he thun ered hiSyshaggy ows bent in menacing frown I know nothing iibjmt the boy said Fentress slowl By God you lie ctoruied the dga I know nothing bout trio boy and Fentres took a tep th dopr f Stay where you ate coinmabde- het judge If you qttempt to leav- is room to call you niggers IIlkiyou on Its threshold But Yancy and Cavendish ba stepped totlthe door Ith an intention that was evident ani Fentress thi face cast itself in hr ggard lines Ho was feeling the jjndues terrible c paclty his unexpe ted ability to det- ith a supreme bitualion Even Ma affy gazed at his friend In wonder He had nly seen lfm spend himse- n trifles with no further object tha I e Tossed the GlassTand Contents In Fentlcss Face the next meal or the next drink he hud believed that nshe knew him so be had always been lax and loose ol tongue still deed a noisy tavern hero but now ho saw that he was filling what mutt have btn the measure his manboodI I tell you bad no band tn curry- Ing off the boy sald Fentress with a sardonic smile look tQ you to return him St yourself Gatewood or by tied Ill hold so fierce a reckoning with you The sentence remained unfinished for Fentress felt his overwrought nerves snap and giving way to a sudden blind fury struck at the jiidgo We aro too old for rough and tui Ilite sild the Judge who hnd dis played astvi ihlr npJity in avoiding t am while1 you are a hound and self a second glass of llqrtor from Fpntresa decaDter I wonder s It possible to insult you and bo tossedt glass and contents In Fentress nec The colonels thin features were convulsed Tho j go watched himIwith a scornful curli ig of the Ups am treating you be ter than you de serve he taunted Tomorrow moral ig at sunup at Boggs racetrack cried Fentress The Judge bowed w th splendid cour tesy Nothing could pease mohaIr ell ho declared Ho turned to thers Gentlemen this Is a priva matter WEcn I jive mot Colon entress I shall m ike a pubUqnnl cement of vfbr this appdar necessary to me i ntll thjen I truSt this matter will n t bo given pu Hclty MaYI ask our sUence l bowed again and abruptly passed from the room His three friend followed In his steps leaving Fen ross standing the table the ghost of a smile on h thlq lips As If tho very pi ce were evil the judge hurried down the drive toward the road At the giite he paused a turned on his cot panions but h features wore a lock of dignity th forbade comment 4r question eld out hjs hand tb Yancy SIrhe said If Tcould comma the riches of the Ir dies It would taxt my resources tom et the fractional part pf iny obligations to you Think pfjthatH said Yancy as much Overwhelmel by the judges m nuttr nR lv i5P Baron Wilkes 4758 Record il8Sire of 19 in 210 Sire of 152 in 230 Sire of damS pf 189 Grand sire of 114 Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230 Granddam pf 2 iq 230 I Hinder Thomas 40393 SireofVln3OSire I 230 Isolene Dam of Little Pearl 221 granddam of Moko Pearl 28 George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 27Grandsire in 230 Belle Patchen Great brood mare t 1SireSire of dams of2l2JGrandsire of 2150 Princess Etlie Great brood mareI Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 230 Sird of dams of 15 Grandsire of 13 in 230 lleralga llatn of sire Plumstone 32C9 TSire of 5 in 230 Sire of damsof 4 praneGranddam of Little Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 228j when is mare with or elsewhere WII toward rgentlomen belI r r r yr r r r r r or t aud nv watcidhim grow Into manhood together AIeAI Ungersaclosed about the judges hand with crushing force J IWhoop cried Cavendish defight ed at this recognition of Yancys love for thq boy and he gleefully smote the austere Mabaffy oh the shoulder proseIh looketdencooC the decencies he quite lacked back at the house eMine he muttered The clothes 11he stands inthe food he eats 1IIned =CHAPTERXXVn Burstsii tbBa InsultsLat Colonel Fcntressrthree men were waiting Cen miles away at tbq head of lfthIsolatetJtJlUcks cabin Now no one of thendrtUree had ever heard of Judge Slocum Price the Oreath of his fame liahenever blown hoWever gently in their direction yet they were preparing to thrust opportunity upon hluf To this paendthoponinghorses belonging to Ware and Murrcll were tied At Jetlgth tho dip of oars becajme tuaudiiiletrio jtole down the ptith a matter ot llity yards lo a pqint that overlooked the baybu He was gone but a inc ment IIts Murrell all right ho saiti l iriiianeager whisper Him aad another 11nn Hicks girl is rowjng Hegti1Cedrrom onp to titof his companions who seemed Ito tano firmer hold of themselves un dor his eye Itll bo all right it protested lightly lies as good as IoursVaft tillI give you thjp word he led the way Into an adjacent thicket MeantIme Ware Jind Murrell had thoIpath the outlaw a stop or two In ad vanco of hIs friend They reached the t horses and were untying thorn wfren Ithe thicket suddenly dlkorRed the t three men each held a cocked pistol t two of these pistols covered Murrell and the third was leveled at Ware Hutfal cried Murrellln astonish flout for the manS confronting him vas the Clatis messenger who should have been speeding across the state Toss up your hands Murrell said irIHues quiotly t lOne of the other trien Bpolto t You are under arrest Arrest You are wantedl for niggersteal Ing said the man Still Murrell didf not seem to comprehend Ho looked plnWhat are you doing here he asked rWalUng to arrest you aint that Ilues with a grim smile hiaami helpless With some 8Ideilimp ho might attpmpt to draw oho of the men took hoiu of hUn but Murrcll was nerveless toI his touch Ills face had gone a ghast ly white and Was streaked vlth the markings of terror Well bythunderJ cried the man w in utter amazement Murrell loofced Into Hiu s face 1ha thlcllIarticulate murmur hfNoVVsajd Miirrqll recovering him fof mheslsoarrest fltetheLj 0fmanHowabout wectHues glanced toward the planter and sUbmelieasked Murrell quickly Again Hues laughed Youll find that out In plenty of frbytho word around If hcy isInWare neither moved nor spoke as a Hues and his prisoner passed back mndou Murrells ohouler and hiIsI Isr0ouUawa 0 horse ij clatternd of qtbati ipIng he had half expected had not hal pened Murrell for all his wild t4h ing was lIke other men llu ajraaeir == k Apld around rnsn Hrmbietcnifin 10 Dolly Spanker Maui Patclien Sally Chorister Ilambletonian 10 J Lady Wbitormire- Volunteer I Black Bess Red Wilkes 1749 Lady Almont i Hermes 48t I Alga i Harry Plummer 2976 i Bernardsville Maid Homer 1235 t Pickaniny bred r w y ii Ya y fb u IUt 8t1e1CIl tn rIao UC1uought of her brought him to quick oking terrors The whole fabric o- rIIcrlme by which he bad boon benefited past or had expected to prolit future seemed toppling In upon him but his mind clutched qjhe itt portant fact Hues if he knew ot Bettys disappearance did nQt cota nectMurrell with it Ware su comfort between his twitching lips Stealing niggers No one would be Hevo that he a planter had a hand tn that rid for a brief Instant be con siden rlgnaling Hess tor return Slos on t be told of Murrells arrest Uut he was sick with apprehension i jme trap might have been prcparc for him he could not kncwjaud tt impulse to act forspolt him He smote his hands together hopeless beaten gesture And rell had gone tyctkwIth his litI eyes he had seer it tufrellw he believed without fear He Yelt that he had been gricvously betrayed in 4JiIs trust and a Wyt rage poured rough him At inst be climbed in to the saddle and swaying like a galiopedoffulien river road paused and scanned its dusty KU face Hues arid bs party had turnod south when thev issued from the wood th No doubt Murrell was b iug ken to Meiiipliis Wnrq lauglo harshly The outlcivi would be frco before another dawn broke He had halted near whore Jim ha rned his team the prevlou night after Bqtty and Hannibal had left tlio carrfage the marks of the wheel wercas plainly distinguishable as the more recent trail left by the four mend as he grasped the significance ui that wide half circle his sense of in jury overwhelmed him ftgain He usngedjbitter reflections that he bad been un wascomingbut now he heard the steady pounding of hoofs and startled by the sound looked up A moment later the horseman drew coin at his side Wore hecrlei How aro you CHrrington1 said tho planter Xo u ire wanted at Bello Pla nbQgan Carrlugtoii wJ seemed to nealf tate Ycs yeS I am going there ai onco now stammered Ware and gash- eder up his reins witha shaking hand Youv6 heard I takQ it said Car rlngton slowly Yes answeretl Ware In a hoarse whisper My God Oarrington Im heart sick she has been like a daugh ter to meIuho fell silent JflOpsping his face think understand our feeling JeVcIjfaqted clull lCd spurs to his horse shoplImoved front the spot where they had mot At Belle Plain Ware found his neighbors in llJs fcssion of the place They greeted him quietly and spokel In subdued toWa of their sympathy The planter liftned with an air ot such abject misery that thqso who had neither liked nor respected him wore roused to a sudiKn generous feeling oherenot question but that he was deeply affected After all the man might ve a side to his nature with which they had never 01110 In contact 1Yhcn ho doyld ho shut himself in f room Ho had experienced a day maddening anxiety he had not ept at all the previous night In rindhe was plunged Into Jhe thick of sishimself for every word he said ould be remembered In the pres ent there was sympathy for him buttoher or later people would return jUdeiments appenlngsiends would break jail for him that as a foregone conclusion but the surrection he had planned wets at rnoowight Impotent to deal with Mur rell he ould not hopo to escape the vengeance of the powerful class he had plotted to destroy ho would have 11toleisj ti od ho tad seen tho last of him But as alwaJS his thoughts came back to Betty Slosspn wouldswaltrRt Hicks place for the man Murroll liad rufnhed him anti failing tho v tm tho Biort1tfIe but tt 2 t BOlincing Connanghtf5272 IMPORTED ENGLISH HACKNEY LLIONJWilSmake the season of 1912 at the Fir Grounds at14I15 To Insure a Living Colt rla1i s ServiceI t Money due when Colt is foaled mare parted withotbredVelsewhere ItftThis horse is sixyearS hands Chiesnutjfin andbredany i sure to givesize andadtionThis hoise hl proven himself to ben sure and good brxeder Y9ur patronage 1Iolicited and appreciated I A b K1MBLLS rihgGelid Ky trf 1 1 h A 1 La ia r V 4J l f f f= 1 Joun Women f6 r Read what Cardtii did for Miss Myna Engler of FaribaultMinn She saysIe Let me fell you how m hIgood Cardui has d 3ne me As a young girl always had to suffer sp muchwith all kind of pain SometimesV I was so weak that I could hardly stand on iny feel l gpt a bottle of Carduj at tire drug store and as sooruas I had taken a few doses11 began to feel bettet Today J feel as well as anyone can I cARQUI TAKE Ti1 10 Are you a woman Then you are Subject Jo a large number of ttroubles and irregularities peculiar to women which in time often lead to more serious trouble A1 tonic is needed fa help ouover the hard places to clieve weakness headache and other unnecessary pains the signs of weak and overwork For a tonic take Cardtii ihe womans tonic f9 You will never regret it for Itt will certainly help you Ask your druggist about it He knows He selfe it Tamforjs l A YOU WANT a Better That questiqa viU be tkcd you datIf y6ustn ss men secldug j nanklng renmaagiEn 5ntItiii Rpel1l6l trItfnnetl tlerwrltlDIBlWaewuIiE1 uxlllarr lranehw tiood eOSflIONSGIIARANTEEDunderreasohabbeconditlons t offijShortlian Draujrhon Cbltogps teach Why Because they fcnowiC is thebcsd onicl JOB rll reputttIQuI oerIDRATIGHONS PRAjGTIGALteUSINESS COLLEGE Wathvjllo or McmphU dr Knoivillev Tenru or FaducabrKyn or Evaniville IW I = Physicians Advisehe use ora goodtaxative tkeePiZ0 bowels opth ZJndprev t the lsons oVundlgestul rood from KfUi intoiVour systenf I gentleeliabler on thhiiver as as Ib constlpationiiigestIopiliousness VEIYU rLiiuef eDit siessou won jo lest to citerriUeId3 own ccmree o ucti ate let certain that gwould walt through thenight but sure as tho lornihg lnQfrojiii no j had reached him he would send iije his mon across the bayou who nUN learn of Murrells arrest oaCBiw for in Wares mind these threa eycnt were indiMOlubly sa latThe planters teeth knocked together Ho was having a terrible acquaintance witl foar its vorY49f1tlashd wallowed him up it wasa flack ltIn which be sank front horror to tan ot Ho Ijad lost all faith jln th ci which bud terrorized tyaif 1 dos d which hail 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