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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r It ttssrBifisffED rf i ljJJir r y II if i tlIWI h i J Itz 1 y d ktINEW SERIESVOL XIX 4 NO 19 SPINGFIELD VtfASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 9 92 OOPERYM ttII ElAI r J That Turned Out Really Had Its Root In a I1werrGeorge fPSelfishness W Stubbs was fond Bloryiabput hlmself whlch he said that sometimes out the helping hand to a less brother In the hope of ben eflUng ourselves i thOrt1y after 1 was married he betSlust established a comfortable cozy hoWe wlm I found we hall a very annoying neighbor On Sunday after noons When I expected to rest this jBtieighbor would Vlth his friends be Ecome extremely boisterous I decided Btbat the taag had neglected his educa jfion along certain lines I also found gon Investigation that the troublesome neighbor was not employed bill was living on a few hundred dollars his I wlfe had inherited VN IB OTe nelgfibor who bad aroused mo W to action was Invited with his wife M to spend a Sunday with us At the M dinner table the neighbor and his wife 0 appear d uneasy After dinner he and Ml talked things over and finally the neighbor showed signs of awakening and I suggested that he go to work I obtained employment for him In a fac but he sp on gave up the factory Then I helped him tto get several positions but he did not want Itogstick Then as a last resort I him a place as a brakeman on the The man had found his call In that Work He has stayed I generalI1 ofIII s eachctIme Tie haslhanked me for what I did for him He always Laid that I vL5 responsible for hls helphiml albJNews Jrs4U1ZrLEsFATHER ONJ PARADEj wei oftt jItFlattering it Having dismissed Blblkov Nfct bias with a sense or duty well lul- fjt filled stretched himself glanced at zthe clock and went to get ready to go out Haying put oUa uniform with and a ribbonhoTvent IICIJaU1etSOrdera reception ball where Hundred persons men 1in uniforms and women In elegant low i necked dresses all standing In the 5 places assigned to them awaited his 5 arrival with agitation J He njame out to them vlh a lifeless lookjja his eyes his chest expanded 1 hhfstomach bulging out above and be llaw Its bandages and feeling every bodys gaze tremulously and obse t qul usly fixed upon him ho assumed tan even mor triumphant air When ihls eyes met thbse of people Tie knew remembering who Was vuIb ho stopped and addressed a few words z to them sometimes in Russian and i sometimes In French and transfixing 1 them with his cold glassy eye list Iened to what they aid- Having c T received all the New Year f Icongratulations ho passed ou to I t church pod through his servants t Nchtt weary as he was of these greeunES and praises Nicholas duly accepted them All this was as It should be r 4 I1eause the welfare and happiness Qt os t eiho1e WJJIsl I depended on him md though the fatter wearied him SaUlt did notre e the universe IassistanceFrom Tolstoys Had Jl Murad 4ReconclIIatIoBen All Haggan Is the man about whom one of the most delightful little painting romances was once told It J was in connection with his portrait of 1Mary Garden as Than which was ex hibited Inn Fifth avenue window graDdfatherIture 4n the window was so delighted Ii with 1t that he wished to buy It Im 7 mediately and offered 10000 for It not knowing the artist was his own r grandsqn who had been spurned on account of his artistic tendencies The 1lotter was made through Miss Garden andeventually raised to 25000 Then 4the artist and the cruel grandsire were reconciled on the spot the artist 1 meanwhile accepting the 25000 check with a morlusorrowthaulnangpr ex f r p esslon It was a very nice story it butthere was only one troubo with It rlt was not true in any particular JIJiia j 4 iit Martian Canal Doubles In Size j lObaernuonsshow that the Martian rF canal Titan has doubled within a few i weeks The canal runs nearly straight TItanff i northern hemisphere of the planet A S perfectly parallel line has now ap tpcared to the east of It the distance I separating the twins being somewhat ltmor than a hundred miles Thls dou 1 Wins of certain Martian canals at cer tall seasons 1s one of the proofs held j 16 support the theory that the canals are of artificial construction I ilj Precocious Youth t A teacher discussing the wild an- ip teals to bo found lit the middle states i asked her pupils to name some di i jl them To her surprise one little fellow 4lmly suggested Lions and Ugers iiBut where aro they to be found 1JphiinleH replj fIn the menageries was the quiet J t Eskimo Wife a Hard Worker 2t Eskimo widowers often remarry T Within a week afterthd demise of the os 4 snvagaiJ9 giQpt helpless without her Shetiakeo jjg and breaks camp cooks cuts up lice 1husbands kill and carries It to camp qeShe dresses the skins of deer and seals i SheV makestoei ffootgear and clothes pfodles the anod and carries lsry burden Without her no domes tic arrangement can go forward ci L rI1EcLNE41S= EADEiI I Jf K r I v WETS WIN By a Majority of FortyFour in the Local Option Held Last Thursday i =For theMhird itime in the history of Lebanon a vote was taken yesterday on the liquor question and by a mjority of 44 the voters expressed themselves iu favor of a return to the licensed saloon For several weeks past the advocates of local op tion and those favoring the li censed sale of liquor have worked with Vigor and earnestness and both put forth every effort theconleudingf and it was gehflrally believed that the result would be close The campaign while vigorously prosecuted was devoid of bitterness frequently so common in local option elections There wasp 6f course rejoicing in tome quarters when the result was announced 3 eaterday afternoon and Ibis was continued until late in the evening kThe election pissed quietly ordprlheldrrest was math and no disorder of consequence was reported although the streets were alive withjpeople throughout the day Many people from this and ad joining counties came to town early and remained all day so anxous were they to learn a soon as possible the result Tb weather was ideal the sur shining brightly all dayLebCi non Enterprise Martin Wathen Dead Funeral services for MartinA Wai hen 55 a well known distiller who died in Columbus Oj Friday night were held in the family residence in Garvin Place Monday morning and in St Louis Bejftrand church later The burial was in Gave Hill cem eteryMr Wathen was strickeu while on a train en route from Cleveland to Columbus O He was taken to Mt Carrnel lbs pital iu Cleveland anddied there At the time of his death his wife son and his brother Dr W H VYathen were athis bedside He was burn on Rolling Fork bear Lebanon Ky and wasedu cated in St Mary s College near Lebanon He came to Louis vile wlen a young man and en tered ihe Internal Revenue service He JaterEm tered tlje distilling business associating with his brother J B Vathon A lew years ago he became psesidentof the Old Granddad Distillery He was a brother ofli N Wathenj a banker of Lebanon KyLuis villa Herald fSpricmgfieldf t t I Red eggs 50 cents yard S hOO from pen also one nice Indian Ronuer Drake will oook order dow for day old chickens at 10 cents each AJso you choice of R I R C at 50c and 75c eachI Old Oia Swindle Worked A welldressed m n with a back mustache got 80 by wor iing thi envelope trick on four mall restaurants near Thirty fourth street and Madison ave nue He entered the Thisle R sta rant 180 Madison a venue and as ed for a 20 bill Lie ex jplainecl hewa sendigihe moo ey away to a relative and wanted to exchange twenty 1 bills for the lager one He carried an addressed special l delivery enve lope iitl his baud After getting the 26 bill he counted only S19 in 1 ems Then he remarked Oh 1 beg your pardon Ihave only Wait a minute I go back to candy store around the corner and get the other dollar He landed over the envelope which he had sealed after ap pearing to sUp in the 20 bill and retaining his grip on the 19 in jsraall bills hurried oat of the restaurant Wheirhe failed to return after about an hour the cashier opened the enelope and found lit contained only scraps of paper Toe scheme was repeated at the Gczy Tea Room the Wayside nn Dairy Kitohen all in the neighborhood New afafthe ON LOCALS j From ThV Falcon Misp Annie Pearl Robertson of Al eton and Mr Fred Fox Lebanon Junction were united in njarnage at Danville on Thursday of last week Clement son of Hon C S Bill ia few days received a scratQh just above the ankle from a rusty nail and blood poison f developed from the wound While he has been quite sick iitris believed that he will soon be on the road to recoyery AIThomprmorning near rested 8 Voung men mostly uegrrjjes In police court all were charged with assembling for an unlawful purpose and were lined 750 hind costs The suitS ofG S Hill and U S NJcElroy against the Louis yule fk Nashville Railroad Co for damages and injuries rt ceivefl jn a wreck near Louis ylle several wEeks ago were dismisedassettledtThe amount paid to each by the railroad com pany was not announced Ralph Abell of color one of the fJ2W who failed to satisfy the fines was arrested also on a warrant charging him with breakinginto the Cosby restaur ant aind stealing 515 from the cash drawer and another war rant charging him with pointing a pistol at another He had been on the rockl pile but a few hours when he made his escape He hjas not yet been caught Lt ST Grayish colored male dog with dark ears and light stride around neck about 5 weeks ago Last seen near school house at S C McGIlls gate Reward for information leading to recovery Telephone infomation 10 this office or to J Medley ti m-yy r vVfv vrv I 1 Skatingtl RINK I ii- IIII Tuesday OPEN antI F idyNStgtstsII EACH WEEKtr IIrI jl C12500J J be given away free in the T1 voting contest Come and help s mene i the pe WIDii 1L t 5UNS5 Mgr e I TOBACCO BILL BECOMSS lAW ft H It Will Be of Great Benefit To Kentucky Growers of The Weed Washington D U April 2F A years work by lepresentive J C Cantrill secod ed by Sena tor Bradley in beh If of special legislation to Kentucky tobacco growers was successfully con summated late yes erday when the Senate unanimc usly passed the Cantrill tobacco census bill This procidestbats jroiannually the Director of the ensus must report on the amount of unman factored leal tobacc in the hands of manufacturers a d dealers so thaigrowers may k low market conditions and fix their prices accordingly The House also passed the bill unar imouslv this session December last and today it will concnrthei slight Senate amendment thus seed ing the legision to ibe President for his signature which will make it the law of the land Senator Bradle has been man aging the bill in th upper house and it has required skill and tact to steer it over c rain Eastern apposition which threatened butt did rot materialize The Senate vas lislessly mulling over the calender yesterday yhen is reach td the Cant 1iI kill Sanator Bradley the only IKentucky Sell ator present lo kea around craftily during the leading of tbe measure to see wti ther tea r Penrose who oppbied it was in the chamber Ur the Penn sylvanian remain d absent throughout the co ijideratiau of the Caiitriil billa d it was ac cordingly passed iihoutaissent from Mr red J the unani mous anyunejj of a L emo cratic beginning of the session fat summer secured a unanimous report from the House Census Committee passed the measure HOUSejWlthUULdiSs through the 100 e dangerous Qhytaufclsl of the lIateheonly Senate amendments were changes of phras logy withI PlmallprovislOlIS HuusrCosusaction said Mr jCautrilf last night and the House wil cunI cur in toe Senat aniQudoients as soon as the easure comes over ItwillilaD go to the Presideot I hay no reason to believe that he vli decline to approve tLe bill This is pionee legislation of its ftind atid ther are nowsevu1 ral bills modeled n 6n it await iqg the action of Ie Hoie and Senate Uotnmittei i believe as do the lojacco rowe rs that the new law will t Iof supreme importance and d to the tar uier Semiat Biudleys great assistance mustQIn t be tort sight of by those beutti ing Ifroin the Jegisld tionIAs it will go to he President the Cautriil uct p vides us fol lows 1Atthe end i each quirter of the calender y mr the follow dealerscshall make writtc i reports under oath to the Urec br of the Cen sus of the amoun of unmanu T9 iciIAlterative What is a tonic A medicine that increases the strength or the tone of the whole system What is an It alterative A medicine that alters or changes un healthyIatton Name he best tonic and alterative Ayes Sarsaparilla the only Sarsapa rillaentirely frei from alcohol Ask your doctor about it indigestion g are some of the results of an inactive heendorsociAyersis small ont pill at bedtime Mlr1l7 J 0 Lowttl tin faytured leaf tobacco hold oy tblPJ n manufacturers of over 50000 cigars annually b man ufatur ers of over 250000 cigars ofIworn than lOCOOJOcigaretts anj nully djii manufacturers or dtaler with over 50QO pound of tobacco in stock annually 2In October and April of each year the Dirt mar shall publish these reports by tyues and pfiuods8BlanJ s to be filled out properly shall bo iurnished manufacturers and dealers by the Dirt ctor not less than ten days prior to April land October 1 of each year 4Reports must be made by manufacturers and ddalernby April 10 audNDatober 10 or each 5 Failure to furbish repiris is puijislmble with a fine of from if300 to 4OQO 6 Failure to make reports twenty days after speeitically demanded of the Director is punihable withsix months maximumimprionmentlof the chief ofticer of the delinquent compan 7 FaJse report js punishable with six months maximum im prisonment CI 8No particular firms btatis tics shall be idtn ified in tie punished reports of tile Drector 9Thefirst published reports must be made October 1 1012 and thereafter as soon after Aprl and October 1 of succeeding years as practicable Obituary One Sunday night amid the rigag of the elements of vivid liKhtning Hashes and distant thunder roars the dfath angel cart d for the soul of my dear broil KI Raymond Dowlass Gordon Hewas born July 27 187 died Aprrl 22 1912 lie was married o Miss Vir ginia Isaacs Nev 22 1900 He leaves his wife f her aiJd ru4h- rJ and Alice Rowe Goi don onebrother T C Go don and two sisters Mrs Levi Bailey and Mrs Richard Hitch c tt and a host of friends and relatives to tnourn their loss Ve united with the Baptist church in April 1897 So there fore he onecrated his life to jthe service of the Lord in his youth When he heard the Sum moils he turned to lh loved ones aid said I know that I1rim dy iog but I am not afraid to oII The darkness of death held no torror for him for he kn wtljat his Savior would guide firm through the dark valley and shadow of deaias he had sus Staiotd and guided through thn trials and sufferings of life Dearest brother it seems but yesterday since we roamed tIme the fields together in childhoods happiest glen Now our hearts are sad amId lonely longing for thee But you ate far happier in the bright Celtistiaj City than weever on this earth could be Dpar wife father mother broth or and sister we must look up Him on high for strength to ILO this sorrow All Him are orderedour griefs by Needful is each one for thee All our tears by Him are counted lOne too many cannot be And if while they faIl so quickly We canst own His way is right Then each bitter tear of anguish Precious is in Jesus sight Through his wise and loving purpose Clearly now we cannot see Still believe with faith unshaken All shall work for good to thee Therefore when the vayseems darkest And our eye with tears are dim Strait to God our father hastening TeM our sorrows unto Him His sisterB G H Notice Strayed from Valley Hill on Tuesday night a blapk mafe i2 years oldr slightly drooped be hiud mouth cut about one inch on each side Any information leading tp her recovery will tie rewardedby George Spurley WANTED Ladies harness and saddle mare blade about 7 years old not under 15 hands higb must be gentle MJbll phone or address Mackf HenGren Mackfille Ky ttln tie otiflfi jEHb FOP GOutJColtIaDII Crouo I EDtALLAHAN SHOTiFormer Sheriff of Breathitt County is Struck by Ten Bullets Fire at jHim k From Ambush Jacksin Ky May 4Whentime sharp crack of a rifle sounded from a hills de at Croek ttsvillo twenty miles from Jackson this tnorningTnnxl Edwaid Callahan former Sheriff of Breathitt county and at one nJie leader of the Hargis faction dropped with wounds which probably will prove faal a new chapter inth already bloody feud records of this county was written That the shooting will mean ether clashes between relatives and friends of the former Sheriff and his enemies is considered VrUin Callahan was standing in the dOQI of lis store when ntl1rH sound of the shots Cl aaiing through the woods he thejtv his hand to his side and fi hU body stretching across the way and a thin line of red already showing through his 3Jiht He was struck by ten bullets The wireless of the woods soon brought news of thetrage dy to ahutidred doorsteps ani while a physician was bpilg called to tell tjnl1alJ n son rid his wife who hid lifted his body and carried it within thftst re whether the nted feudist was to be ablottto pull through as he did twd iears ago when he was seriously wo jndea men stood close together and in low tones discussed the probable outcome of thd attack Exciting Experience TDe Dirtyilie Advocate says Mr Charles Semonis a farmen near Atoka in Boylecounty had a very thrilling experience Sat u day morning Some days ago he accidentally stuck a thorn in his hand A slight attack of anclthelmember much pain Mr Semonis ap plication of turpentine to n bard iige wiiicn was wrapppd atdut his Hand Wihout realizing the danger he Liter suuck a mach and WHS in time act of lightingt his pipe when the turpentine ignited and flashed up Mr Semonis was severely burntci but luckily wade a dash for a rasnwater barreland extinguish ied tteflazne before his clothing caught Heroic Act Mr 0 G Head of Bradfords yule was in Lebanon esterday looking some the worst from a bad attack of dleumat im caused by a wetting he received about difromthe ten year old son of Mrf S JJI Tatura of Riiey Mr Head was building a fence near the river above Bradfords yule and hearing the call for help from young TatJtn who had missed the ford and gotten into jeep water jumped jnto the cold water end tut onlv rescued the boy but also took toland the Horse Bud buggy It was an heroic act Lebaion Falcon Ihe annual inceting of tlia nLuclcy State DtntalAsfio ia tun tQ beholdtnLoliiaville Miy 27 28 20 1912 promises to be of more Ihan usualintiEjsrestto the dentiss5of this and ajajcent ftates oji account of the numerous teV methods and appliances which wilj be exhibited thera1 Dentistry runjike manypro fessions can not JbeJcarned al together lftoix byoks and roaga ines and consequently it iis al mbst obligatory for the pfogres siye deriti t to attend thecis meetings f verlll dentists frOm Ohio Indiana and Iljinoiai will give clinics and papers ip rfact everything Indicates that this will be the largest and best meeting ever held in Kfcrilucky All ethical mencJbers flfthe profeastonareuthllallY invited 1 fOR SA ElpJ1 Dnexel emit make andvjustra8OQdj as- tnew Also detire fo reht one good roomy carriage house Mrs J W LeWIS I 1erJ tz 1ra s I I t 1SlBSCR1lttlJJfl 1c 1 ooct P Aje i I f ROYMBakIng deV j ABSOLUTELY PURE s r rMakes delicious home baked foods of maximum quality at minimum cost i Makes home bakinga pleasure 4 tiThe only Baking Powder i made from Royal Grape I Cream of 1arlariiKo Aum + No Um JIItII I Li i NOT SO BAD Illiteracy Has Decreased In Kentucky In Last Decade Washington May 5 IHiter 3CV in Kentucky among both whites and negroes and amogt- tie population as a whole iis on tIe decrease The same Is true of the entire United States but lKentuckys progress has exceed ed that in the nation since 1900 Only in1 Connecticut and NPW York States into which the immigration stream constantly flows has the percentage Of illiteracy increased since 1900 These statistics were made public by the Census Bureau to day For Ke nlucky especially thy are fall of encouragement showing the following facts to have been true at the close of the calender year of 1910 Of a total K jntucky population nTV l VJorrlJrj itfl bhiffncZ inx DONT iisight of c n e fact it isnt so much the way your clothe fookwhei1 you first get them thats important jtsthe way theyre going to look after six weeks ortwo months wear flrt Shaffn r Marx clotUes are mide for lonfT ser vcu Youll he as well pleaaeo with them when youve worn them awhile aswhen you bly them Suits sut arid tip Qvercoals 16j0 an4tip Perfe6tibhsuits f ty0ung n1e- flp4ce750th 15 Cti Well worth suits for men 10OiO to 20rQO Perfection line of suits In an coio fS ajid styles lor tile knee pant boysrkn1ckerbpcker rrous ers1sizesfr4iiaTp5 to 18 jears The largstifne otblue serg evpr showd in thlsltowri nningham Duncan Co fin208014 were Alliterate whereag In 19bo tUeae was an illtterjacy percentage oi 165 or 262tg 54 among 1589 S5 ofpopalatidn Th stbreJ were 9iOless illiterates in the State iii 1910 than In 1900 Charged With Serious Clime Two indictmantst charging rape the only two in indictmenU that have as yet been reD ie4 by ihepresenLgrand jury were returned TiiedaybflarryGarn ble who liveaon the Short Line pike a few m les from town and is apparently about SO yearaold is accused of mist eating path ermeSmttb his 1year oldatsp daughter The Gambles It Is tIsaidr this county for only a fewmontha having tmoYed toMarion from Washington county and little is known of them Ioloiog the Gmb1iwasc junty by SHeriff Sam AndVoa who Immediately turned bun over to the Mar on conQiyan f thorities He has sincbeeji ia jail Judge Thurman has set FridayiiAccording tothe story by the girwho has beoq livirigwith her mother the wife of Gamble her step father mistreated her he latter part of February and again early in March Toe crime took place neWnheir homeland obth times she said be threfened tier lifejshonld she ever divdlge to anyone what had occurred The girl for awhile made no mention the afjairjbnia short duie ago when fihe ran io the home otneighbor Ior the purpose it jis said ofreluding her stepfather sh0told tier story The affair wsa r prprnptly reported to theauthdrU ties anda warrant jsiaedi for the mans arrest AAlthodgp me crimef was committed seyeral Qeks ago it was kdpt quiet sad did not become known Tantil a t few days ago I Solomon Bell coloredi who iiyes vest of Teebanoaand lr per t haps better known as QaV Belt i Is charged in an iadfctmaiitrt urned Tuesday withmlstratiug i colored girl nameiRflffi The Uleged crime JslClto haye Oc carreaaevfjral month ago Bill p iU well known in tbtfrckjpn wbore hff 1ives1and Is Mid to oear a good reputation He denies the charge Toe girl is said to be halfwitted and iis 311oab1edf jthe affair BdJtIIhM ilso been set for next Friday i i Lenonrtsii rt ty i ind h DIiLO0 e Or iplngton and S 0 Br6aLe liorn cgg 109 lci5r 1 ll4 t ll1ck ega Z f14Ksii17 Lytt 446H2 J I10Lffsale Bick eggs 5OcesfL Y TIlE NEWSLEADERS- PRHtGFIELDI RY It p j uTzEYTYt1a IiAY- i MIES 1 me JOSEPH POUN i f Editors and PobJIshere t ragtret to notice that i Mamypartaof the county person c in making new fences are patting tha so close to the roads that c it ta Impossible to make a ditch bMide the road This has been going on for several years and 7c time that a new fence iiar built or an Old one repaired there is never room on thq inside but always room on the outside to build the new one without dis t turbing the old one The result iis that foot by foot the road1 property has ben lost so that 4the roads in some sections are becoming mere bridle paths thingJs to which good roads advocates should turn their attention Some time ago the question was raised as to the width of tthe J odds which seems never to have lbeen determined but we think that the law of fifteen years adverse posseasoin applies to rods as well as to lad i r yiduals not to say anything about the law of eminent domaftr 1 The practice has been going on in Washington county for ae me time and is much to here trettedWe cant have roads tif PAPfr le are unwilling to allow space for ditching another d work that is necessary along the roadside We Hope our people will wake up to tbis f fact and cease thisbad practice Champ Clark continues to gain rotund each day He won isplendid victory in MarylandII the other day which gives him b a good lead in National Con L veation Other States are iirf structipg for the one they tve and yet in Kentucky we ha the cry uninstructed delega f ti lion We do not believe that they will ever be able to get what they are planning at least f we hope that Kentucky and Ken a tuckians have spunk enough to say who they are for Wen are for the people casting tuckys vote instead of the pal i ticiana We are unwilling to lot asfbeet suits their interests Yet attempw d r 4we are for let 1S say sq The fact of the business is that the people of Kentucky are for Clark and the uninstructed dele gation is an attempt to rob hi People of Washington county ave you going to stay at home on r May 25th or are you going to turn out asyoii should to honor the man who is cne of our own k people and demonstrate that Ihe people of this county are for him Just enough majority to nominate him won t do wepughi tahave a great big crowd i Pleasant Grovetl Lv Mesdames J H Hjpper J Ln Martin and S P Thompson 3r spent Tbnradaywith theft moth fer Mrs B L Litsey Miss Susie Edgerton fpintlast week with Miss Jennie Leach j man at Springfield Miss Mary Blanton has re y turned tQher home at Roy after a visit with her sister M LiEdBirch- t 4t Mr Hugh Lchman s p s u daywith his parent 11 and Mrs J S Leachman Mrs Dee ttur Dragoo was the guest of her brother Mike Fitz- geraldf at Springfield Thursd Mrs W PMrrittspent Wed x nesdav with Mrs Martha G 2 hum at Springfield f Born to the wile of Will SIi maker a fine boy Stanley sMra Mattie Shewmaker and daughter Katie attended chu 4 at Springfield Sunday Mrs Sallie Gregory spent S urday with her daughter at Cattaiinea Prof Sweeney closed s hoot at this place Friday Mr Steve Thompson wife and children of Springfieldj spent Sunday with her mother Mrs t Alice Thompson t rtMle are uckk TIter l- ScottIE1ttulsiol1 htkassatire iNwe- ri IIe 1100 Naew aid trite to wg 1M w M Dn R Iirse 1iewaeit HJ 1M I I Important onceL Various complaints hays been received that garbage tin cans battles iisbes nnd debris oft j various kinds are being thrown into the branch and also in the alleys and streets Ih different places and this iis to notify par inj ties thus offending that tnd Gar a bage OrdlnanCNBt which provide severe penalties for tnrowingi garbage of any kind into the alleys sewers streets or branch j will from and after this date be Ill strictly enforced and severe pen allies assessed against and col Illeited from all part ts thus of fending Complaints are also being re ceived that io some of the reel dence sections of the city horses and cows are being permitted to run at large on the Streets and tresp ss un the neighbors yards and lawns The Ordinances against stock running at large will also be enforced and the City Marshal will make frequent visits to the residence parts of the city and will take all stock found running at large to the pound where the owner thereof will be compelled to pay a fine and geip seesatock running at large is requested to telephone the Mar shalor notify him in some way Tflis May 7 1912 J C MoELROY Mayor Atttest F B Noe Clerk PUBLIC LETTING Of BuildingNew RoadLr The undersigned building tom mittee for the building of the turnpike on the Knob Lick roa near Springfield Ky consisting of three miles will on Saturday May 18 1912 at 1 oclock p m at tlielaw office of Polio Pour attorneys in Springfield Ee c feed sealed bds for the build ing and construction of the turn pike on the Knob Lick road A c 3P7 of the profile of said pike and specifications is in ills hands ojf H F Yankey and will be s own any person desiring to make a bid on said road li bids are to be sealed ard Will be received on road by see dons of one quarter mile each and will be given to the lowest and best bidder Committee reserving the right to reject any or all bids All bids will be YankeymLebanon KyM R F D 3 H P Yankey Hugh Hall S P Derringer J K Cheatham T K Smith Building Committee t Double His Assessment Would you Inquires the Greenwood Journal give the deaf man a verdict if you were on the jury who la suing for damages because he al preachinghePersonally wed be Inclined to ren der a verdict after the fashion of the immortal Paddy Divver As the story goes a loyal henchman of the clan named Danny was arrested for an ed thusiastlc und successful assault upon justbeforeleader The lleader beard Dannysstory and went to see Paddy Divver topJudge he said I wish youd be fellowr8givehimantBut overfrprotested- H said Paddy I mean the plaintiff Disciplineay learn and the older teacher remember that for ofralax discipline there is another who tails on account of overgovernment 1vSame teachers assume the same attl tude as the policeman who found two men talking on the street corner and ordered them to move on as there crowdsrgathering on the streets One mau re monstrated saying that two did not f atmake a crowd One mattes a crowd policemanStassumes he says is law and it is law beuse mistalohieWhen the pupils have a definite aim to do and the teacher has a definite aim in what he does there will be no time nor occasion to maintain or der It will maintain itself Mis lOUr School Journal ExperienceCome boy Bonnie called the pleasantfaced new neighbor to the sblemnfaced urchin on the fence between the two lotsIs your little boy sick of anythipg came the childs earnest question No indeed sonny Why Cause Ive had my tonsils taken out an my adenoids removed an my appendix cut out an Ive been vac vcinated an serumlzed for typhoid an spinal meningitis an Ive had anti thisyearwonthavetQ a bit 6 tn t tIL N V TIIC TABLE Bound North Bound I 43 No 91 No 42 NO 44 No I ISouth rSan llDailiT Dally Sun Sun only Ex Sun Ex Sun only am 810 pm 820 am 630 pm 930 am 7r02 730 It 415It 840 606 It 1025 T46 645 If 300 755 IIBardstown 7101Arr I WHaT iCROP ROTATION DOES One of Simplest and Most Practical Ways FarmjThe rotation of crops is one of the slmpresj and most practical ways by which tie income of the farm may be increased without greatly adding to the cos of Operation The rotation of crops is the alterna tion of the three general classes of farm props namely grain crops grass drops and cultivated crops so Ulreeclassesleast nines during each cycle of the rotation Under grain crops such crops as wheat barley flax and millet may be softtgrown for hay has practically the same effect on the soil as a grain crop These crops deplete the sojl of vegetable matter allow weeds to grow and havea tendency to deplete the productive power of the land fncludttlmjothy Though the clovers are note true grasses they have heavy root sys tems and add vegetable matter to tho soil JThe clovers also add to the soil but their chief value In a rotatlojn seems to be due to the fact that their heavy rootsystems th soil w th vegetable matter thus mat Ing It more hospitable to plants JJndfcr cultivated crops may be placed corn potatoes and root crops Owlngi to their cultivation durin growth these crops havea effect the soil They are however exhaustive of soil fertility because the constant Cultivation encourages the liberation of large quantities of plant food These crops leave the soil f good condition for succeeding grain crops PROPER CARE OF TOMATOE- 7rlin lng of Vines In MidSummer Will Greatly Increase YlaldEx dperlments in Maine Very few amateurs practice trim wing tomato vines but if this is done In midsummer the yield of fruit isi very greatly Increased Experiments at the Maine expert ment show that the Increase due to An Excellent SpecnI trimming reached pe cent and the gain by weight was very marked In one instance rear 68 pr cent The plhnts were grown under or dinary field culture and they wero started In the green house April nlnnied In tan hold Juno and hAsuI ea oars JUlY n Augusta ana Sep tember 6IAt each trimming the tending brancheswere shortened about six inches and most of the side shoots below the first clusters were removed the others being shortened and the sunlight was thus freelY admitted Training tomatoes on wires to ruji from five to ten feet high Is becom ing a commdn practice This method Increases the yield as the sunlight reaches all of the fruit and makes picking much easier GARDINFARISI JnJ J corn makes good silage IKamrthe manure spreader busy not try a patch of alfalfa this youplowA true saying A gjood garden is half the living V Flax is a plant that does well on a varoety of soils The well drained gar en has man things In its favor Millet hay to give tie best results must not get too ripe contennt with raising one crop a year The careful alockmai gives his ma rciseeGrasshoppers may be materially creased by winter or earlysprlng disk ingRhubarb Is one of th standard gar larggcities gThe green food problem in winter isnt much of a prOble if there is anyIalfalfa hay on tire plac All the kernels of an ear of corn are composnlion but different ears vary consider ably Experienced onion growers do not advise nor follow the practice of plant asSa first crop Consider the clovers It often means the difference between allure and success The clovers are r linost Indispensable in the farm scheme The sooner manure Is spread In t field the smaller the loss of fertill incurred and the ems er the amount of labor required to he ndle It The common disk prow is mo generally used than ay other Imple ment to culltrate alialfa and wh properly adjusted does good work Use for Grasshoppers A concern in Buenoi Ayres Argen tine is about to Insta machinery to be used In a factory fo i producing fer tilizing materials Its is proposed to utilize grasshoppers pfad their eggs thus converting a dfeatroyer of the crop Into fertilizing tnaterial Scien tlfIc American II Washingtons Wiie Advice Being to advise oi reprehend rone consider whethe it ought t6 orhm s to do it and in reppvlng show no signs of choler but qii it with sweet and mildness fleorge Washing 4 Sheriffs Sale Ffor T axa d tk 9dutrie State of 4Kentucky county for the years indicated belOw1 Or one of my deputies will on MONDAY MAY 27 1912 offer for sale at thE Court House ddor iri Springfield Ky the property dej scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and cost j Springfield Precinct No 9 The life interest in 10 acres of land listed iii the name of tlaC Johnson and ituated on Booker pike about mite fromSpringfield tax and costs for the years 1910 and 19J1 l1540 f SJ ANDERSON S W C TEARLY hanqjhighr with plenty of actionand as god4bone and toot as you would want He has Hewmstables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 31 miles North of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Monte Cristo 56 he by Montrose 106 Early a first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker thye county At same time and place BLACK GIANT registered10 for a Mare and 8 For Horsei Mule to Insure Living Colt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted witit or bred to other stock care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur IYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED A B HUNDLEY WILD SQDIRRELL Will make the season of 1912 at my stables at StandhSuckUWild Squirrel is a sorrel horse 16 tailreHe was sired by Chestnut Squirrel No 1979enDickPrice Iwin also stand at the same time and my fine Jack Big Mack Jr Sired by Joe Phillips Big Mack he by Gov Wood He will make the season At 56 For a Horse Mule and 57 For a anyMars Mule to Weaning Time This is the best Jennett Jack in the county Lien retained on all copy to secure payment 6f season All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C ENSOR I i ftlEI OTT E4UThL 1 Has No Equal I DairyCows 1 ASS AN EGG PRODUCER fIS A PERFECT FEED Ii jMade1 1 Brewers grain and pure orn molasses Alcorn is workinghorses1 A Common Sense Foods t a Common Sense Price fl M 1 Oatequal and Alcorn arc cheaper to feed than oats and corn and costs little by Jhe bag and less by the THEMOATRQUAL COJLUMBJS OHIO COtonII SOLB- YMcClure II 8 Mayes I Telephone 8 4 SPRINGFIELD KY I s iiie ti itAtMailings 11 Li oji insr I 11LLace Curtains Draperies CurtallPoIesII Silks37 rctiss FTouncings 50c to Wc IIDress Swiss Flouncings 50c to 3 I x 45iriI angea bl Swiss Flouncing5l to 350 eSTaffetas Mesaline WlSS and Lace All Overs LacesFoulardsGents Furnishing Goods Shirts Underwear Hosiery AND BELTS Clothing SHOES L This is the Home of ffartBe 1Florshsim Con Shoes Oxfords and Pumps 1 mfaeveryPumpsEvery t PerfectionWomens Misses and Children Pumps and srIPpell for Young Men Boys and Children jm metal white tan buck canvas patent gun unn ngham flllllCtIllCo 1 Noble Denmark Reg No 2640 al d 1906 handsome Chesnut 16 hands by I IF Denmark 730 First dam Kentucky 3682 by Thorton Star 1024 2d dam Lillle by damsNoble Denmark though a young horse is rated with the best of Sires He is highly finished and a perfect saddle horse type He is said by veIl known I Ydf gaitedfhorses He was successfully shown by Mack Hughes last yearwas never outside the money andmany times firstwas rfever defeated by a I Stallion in model ring Hls 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 grand sire on bothsides were championship saddle horses in Kentucky and Missouri His dam and two of het colts were State Pair winners Consider his breed ing his indivduallty his show ring qualities where will to find one his superior Noble Den markyouffomake the season at 20 To Insure a Living Colt i 4 a ri r + N1M N NNlN1HWNNNyrNeN41 N iN Nili tt N1M- Jrf7 Red Bird Jr is a incheshltrhsired by the famous OJdRedBifdan stallionfarmedtheir Peters and in banaiomebroWnalittle more than anybody else horse either in harness or under the saddle his dam iis the great Wilkes t of trotting bred fare by Lyle trottingprojenitorRed Bird Jt is by Red Bird be byJ Brown heby CabellsrWilkes4658j r MambrinooneseasonandwonTHef t 32 To Insure 44 I I will stand misame Jaat t alivingor parted with o tBB LEACHMAN SPRINGPJELD KY r 1111tt1 1i iUirllr tijJ IJIItitlilJililiWWit1IIli iiwillf r REX WOIN ROE 20631i F i For Public Service Season 1912 ij AT iI KALARAMA FARM Springfieldi KyItlfi jf FIj Not tracedRex Denmark 840 = tIJL i j Star of the West coDaugberof h =Rex McDonald 883 t Daughter of Mohawk 3CO k Eagle 14 CI jjBJaBlare Squirrekl8 e i Lucy Mack 2459 tfJMolhe YJ r f fW t Star v l 50 S rk r 1YJ rJ Z l lDenmark0- c F S wo Gaines Denmark 61 fs Herzogg 56 Stevenson Mire 43 1 Edwin Forest 1901tt 3 iU r 1 MlsslIuf1eTr iS Lena M 1857 r Not tracedoQ ir II t Gaines Denmark 61rSumpter Denmark 65 9 a t Lou l j Meg by irennon J1 Deans Copperbottom FI J Daughter 0 fi= HalInEa Rejc 833 from Missouri and bringing him Into Kentucky ata this so far as we are aware far in excess of any sum ever before paid for ahorsebrought from that State 1to carried from thisor State to that we feel that we arccontributing our mite to thsaddlehorse interests Ifh of Kentucky Judged by his individuality his and hisbreeding reputation in Missouri as a breeder wq believehe is the equal of any horse near his age now living He is by Rex McDonald the sire of ReX Feavjoe aadMcDonald Chief his only sons except this horse now owned In KentuckY hats enough for his sireMonroe is tt only horse living whose first and aecondd ems are both by Games Denmark 61 the old hero RexF tS+ third dam was by Deans Copperbo tom and his fourth dam was by old lQo Hal Herzogg 56 the sire offirst dam lived onJy four years yet he produced sOme of the greatest brood mares now owned in Missouria Sumpter Denmark thc sire of his second dam was shown times and won 106 blue ribbons Rex Monroe Iwas himself shown seven times twice at thcSLLoqis Horse Show with 14 entries fnuchoftbe= latter rings and horse has defeat finishwithneeds artificialstimulant At the conclusion of his last pate no Mr Russ 3as good a judge of a real saddle horaena Railey saddleZone and we do nof believe there is a horse in Ientucky that at anything near his age could ehow 3yearolds such but tonal colts They all had the speed the action and the air of roaj show horses Come and look a over coaSMaresj nroDerivcaredFEE 5O TO INSURE A LIVING COLT i Bourbons Best 1495arid Red King L 2732 and ourtivo li leilacbJack 0 iIfstockr THURMAN PETERS Springfield Ky mot tt m mt m m t VT ii r DR a T BURTON I 4r JtKSIDCNT DENTIST l t f AM Wwk Guaranteed iI t PHONE 162R lifjrxm Hagaa Block up stairs PBINGF1ELD KY J DR J c nurD- f4 Y4 PijiiciiB Mil Surgeon v Office hours 8 to 9 amll 1 1 to 2 pm3 OMc over Haydons Drugstor c S W FGRIGSBY c ATTORNEY AT LAW Once over Peoples Bank i1 HPRINOnKLD KY i D MW4 HYATT 4 SIover Red Cross Drug Store Office hors Hyatt 1080 J Ii to 12tn 4 to 5 pm t i JOHN Y MATS lEfiiiL uiHtCTOR tV AND LICENSED EMBALMS r j tELEPHONE wDAY19N1QH74 J SPRIKSFELB KY r I a DR I FI TRUSTY PRACTICAL J DENTISTCt Office over Haydon Barber =i Pental work reasonable prices 0 All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY Knob Greek Stock Farm Red tight No 2272 by Lightfoot firBmmclilB24j he by Beau Brummell first dam Daisy Glenn 7611 he by Dr CannaGtenbrook Red aorrell with stripe in face two stockings 16 34 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without a ipfe He has been shown every r yearof his lire except two Been shown m harness rings fivegaited saddle rings three gaited saddle rings and in double team rings and has been a good winner in all named classes Has de feated a great many of the best Stall ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good horses as Marvel King Undulatta King Star McDonald Gov Beckhamand too many among4qmuch after himself His colts are in britlng those great doing qualities of hit also about twothirds of those have Jab color He will hold his court at Knob CreekStock Farm Larue Co Kyat 25 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at 2 per month fed grain if desired priceSJManager and Owner- S t The Kentucky Hnrsery Co Incorporated I Landscape Work Oar Specialty Shade Ornamental and Fruit Trees Shrubs Hedge 1 and Flowers Nursery located on Bardstown Road near Louisville Write for catalog jjSee AdOlph flertlein Lccal Rei reseutative 1 Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants r Grape Vines Asparagus Rhubarb Roses Pepme and Phlox r Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden VL V FreeCatalogNoj j Agents V iirF BilleD neyer tSons 4S Lexington Ky C l iForSale t 1 5passenger Winton touring car less tires r 1 5passenger EM F 1910 touring car new tires 1 4b p 1910 Indian motorcycle IJ fall in good condition J185 r1k h p National gasoline en glne35c 4 12hp FairbanksMorse Gas J roliaeeagine with wood saw 135 J 1 4hp Horixontal Fairbanks Morse gasoline engine 0 5 All the above are on the floor r hire at our place of business Apply to WK MARKS SONS A rtUVWWW Wii IIVfi I TOWN IriiiiW WOO WW Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest Ii All About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances FOR SALE Two sows and pigs W H Leachman FOR SALE One good family mare and one good work horse Harry Derringer Titanic slides at the Walnut Street Theatre next Tuesday night FOR SALE Rhode IslandRed eggs 50 cents per setting Mrs J W Tucker Me have the best corsets silk petticoats and separate skirts in city see them Mrs Williams Four burner oil stove range with Boss oven 2000 Campbell Bros Mr W N Stumpb Rout No 81 hs for sale fine white Fekio duck eggs 50cents per setting of 13 Indian Runner Duck Eggs 502 per setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss ida Grundy NEW flowers new shapeS new trimmed goods jjust in at Mrs Williams Mrs 0 L Brady r r 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 100 for the first setting and 75 cents for second FOR SALE Rubber tire bucgy used only 8 months Arnold make Tine Cecil r r 2 Mr Turner Derringer has for sale Barred Plymoth eggs 50c per setting of 16 Three burner oil stoves with Boss oven 1150 Campbell Bros Remember we give you abso lutely free a handsome photo graph with each purchase iMrs Williams Just in a fine lot of geran iums coleus cannas etc some fine ones Will Johnson Remember Leachman Camp bell when you are in the market for refrigrators or ice boxes FOR tALE An fextra nice driving mare Safe for anybody to drive W Q Grundy Leachman Campbells is the place to buy your refrigrators and ice boxes Will saye you money and get wfiat you wanli FOR S A iri E Single Comb Rhode Island Red eggs at 50c per setting Mrs Walter Lewis Mias Pearl Smothers Willis burg R F D No 1 has for sate Columbian Wyandott eggs Call by phone Mooresviile ex change A big Stock of refrigrators and ice boxes on display at Leach map Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now while you have a big stock to select from Fine stocky transplanted tomato plants Plenty of sweet potato plants Will Johnson J Forest Cusick is now pre pared togive you any thing in first class photographs you can phone him at Ed C sicks He will come to your home LOST On last Sunday between my home and St Rose a Coral Rosary Finder will please return to SMiss Dissie Hill Oar sales this season have broken all former records Our styles are correct oCr prices rigtit and our work first class Come in we are ready to wait on you Mrs Williams The examination for common school diplomas should be taken bvevery pupil expecling to eu ter High School No pupil will bejallowed to enter without examination who does not hold a common school diploma Benedict rcoloredJwas arrested and lodged in jjul yesterday on acharge ojf house breaking It IS alleged thaI he crawled into the barn of Mr C iT Ha don and theta brokeloto an inner room TOPICS oooo IWhen buying an oil stove set get the Boss oven Campbell Bros NoTIcE STOCKMEN i have a good Jack which I will iber sell of farm RE Clements Fine lot of bulbs gladiolis caladi m tuberose etc Will Johnson The people on the head aters of Cartwrights Creek were visit ed by something of a waterspout on last Sunday night as the creek was higher Monday thnwas ever known 51n its history Considerable damage was done to persons owning lands near the creek Many fences were washed away and quite a large number of tobacco beds destroyed Bot toms which had been plowed for crops were swept clean of allthe loosedirt Jack Lewis of color was tried in Judge Litseys Court last Pridayaoni two charges of gam ing H6was fined 20 and costs in one case It being a busy time one ojf pur farmers came in and paid the matter off Jack having been previously started in the direction of the farmers residence But Jack it seems did not pUrsue the direct route but trav erin something of a circle reaqhiug Jimtown where when nig1t camei he proceeded to celebrate his releaseby shoot ing one Robert Young also colored The wound was not ot- a serious nature but it was of sufficient Seriousness that Jack has not been seen since in these parts Shootin Over Old Grudge Lee Beam a colored man who was shot tear Maud April 27 by Earnest Marsnal died last Saturday The sFipoling is said to have been the result of bad feeling that bad existed between the parties for some years Beam was a son of Bines Beam who lives neat Maud He was shot in the neck by a pistol the ball striking the spinal column and deflecting through the left lung rSunday chool Convention- The Sunday School Convention of th4 Christian Church is in session this week Quite aa iarge number of delegates from a dlstande are present andthe church is filled to its capacity at every meeting Morning after Inoon aceheldinterest apd instructio- nCrouchBurldiead Mr Cnas Burkhead and Miss Mary Crojuch were granted mar riage license this week Both are prominent people of North Washington Ij Hardin a The eighteen months old child of Dave Hardin died last Friday aud was buried at Brush Grove Saturday f tiRobinsoprMrs Jessie Robinson died at her home near Mt Freedom of paralysis last Sunday She was the wife jff Rev Jessie Robinson and was a woman of great character loved by a large cil cle of friends Burial was at Mt1 Freedom Monday JchesserLMrs Susan Chesser died at her home near Brush Grove llast Friday after a sho t ilJness of blood poison She was 38 year of age and prior to her marriage to Mr jke Chesser was a Miss Burkhead Being a daughter of Mr Chaps Burkhead She is survived by her husband and 9I small cnjldran the youngest of which iii but one week old Burial s ryices were conducted at BrushGrove Saturday by Rev H B tiatchett Cheseij Mr M lton D Chesser died at his home near Mooresyillejast Saturday morning after an ill ness of Several months of tuber c losis He was 24 years old ana a son of Mr Win T Chesser and a grandson olle late Rev MackChesser Abut two years ago he was married to Miss Texie arlow who with one child survives Funerall services and burial were conducted at Willisburg Sunday i lB 0 AKECOGt- tI I We JcIIico handle only the CoaK best grades of and give 80 pounds to the bushel Get bur prices I CORN OATS5 STRAW AND HAY Prices are always right I I Full Line Chicken Feed Chicken Chijvder is the proper feed for Pen Chickens makes hem lay and keeps them healthy I Little Chick feed makes the little chicks grow IScratch Feed be of al Call and get samples I I B D Lake 6 Co j Whallen Mr Tom Whallen died at Springfield III last wjiek after a short Illness of acute indiges tion Mr Whallen wa bortfand reared near Springfield Ky and was a son of Mrs ilargaret Whallen who kept the oil House on the Willisburg road Fe was 37 years of agp and ha resided in Illinois for several y ars He was a very worthy ycirig man liked by everyone The remains arrived ere Sat urday and buriul wa in St Dominies Monday H is sur v vedby his mother 1 s Margaret Whallen two jrotbers Messrs Pat and John iiWhallen and one sister Miss Ka a Whali len McElroy r The remains of Mrsl Mary a McE roy who died last Wednes thy at Rochester Mini tjjwnere she had gone for medi al treatment arrived here P Iday and burial services were Conducted at the Presbyterian ch rch Sun day by Rev RE C Lawson and burial was in Cetn ery Hill Mrs McElroy prioj to her marriage was a Mis Handy b mg a daughter of Mi jjr John Handy of Mercer county On October 10 1872 she vis united in marriage to Mr ugh L McElroy who suryiv s She was 68 years of age ud was a woman of brilliant intellect and a splendid conjverfe tionalist She and her husband had traveled extensively botli iin the United States and Euippe A a fitting climax to ill these splendid attainments w k a noble ness of character w ch made everyone with Whom she came in clntacther frienti Sne visited in Springfield f jquently and had man v friends ere rMontgomery I Miss Mary Belle M ntgoinery died at her home iin town last Sunday night eShevi a daughter of the late Rob rt B aid Harriet Montgomery c vho were well known people f the St Rose neighborhood iss Mont gomery was 48 years f age and was a life long resi ent of the courty When she 3about grown she was stric en with a very severe attact of r oumatism which rndered her a ripple for the remainder of her reoFor morethan a qUIrt r10 a century she was uriab e to move except in un invalids chant During this time although she of ten suf fered intense pin se proved herself a hero bearin her suffering with Christi ii courage accepting it as her cross which was placed on her sl ulders to carry Yet while heij courage was Spartan in its tfirmness vt was Christain in its gentleness She was ever gener us noble and kind And whit her own life might utmost Unsaid to be tree from stain of any kind yet she was generous to Wird to frailties of human nature n others and was churatable to yard all Funeral services vere con ducted at St Domini ii Tuesday and burial was in St llose Cemetery Teachers Notice We desire tto call til attention of our teachers to the fact that w8JY ere in error in 0 rissue of May 2nd in which itlas stated that examinations or white teachers would be hell the fourth Friday and Saturday The examination for White teachers will be liq the third Friday and Saturda and that forcolured teachers tHe fourth Friday and Sdtu Uiy The same order will prev il in May June July d Aug tt PERSONAl Mrs Howard McEIroy was in Louisville Tuesday Mrs Herbert Eddleman of Maud was in town yesterday Mrs C B Porter of Louis ville is the guest of friends here Mr Alex Montgomery of Meade county and Messrs Alex ofLouisfunerallofhere Tuesday Mrs G B Cunningham is in Louisville this week IMiss Wanda list Campbllis on tMr C C McGIllT of Indfaa apoliSt was here yesterday Messrs Pat1 Wha len of Springfield m and John WHaf len of Louisville attended the funeral of theirhrutherMr Tom Whallen jMr and Mrs John L Offutt of Bloomfield spent Sunday vith Mrs Mary Ragsdale Mrs Jennie Claybroolte and daughter Ida have moved to their farm for tire summer Mr Whit McEIroy and Miss Nan Dahoney of Lebanon were here Tuesday MrS A Russell of Lebanon was diere Thursday on business MI S P Yeager wits in Cia cinnati last week Mrs John Donahue has re turned to her ttomO at Bardstowc after a visit to Mr and Mrs J J McCabe Miss Bertha Haydon has re turned from a visit to relatives at Bardstown Mrs Alice Miller of New Bop who has been visiting hdr daughter Mrs VF Trusty has returned home Mr Frank Simms and family of Bardstown visited his parents Sunday Hon Nat Halstead and Mr Askew of Bardstown wdre here last week Mr W C McChord is visiting her daughter Mrs W H Williams at Glasgow Mr S H Bishop and wife spent a few days in Louisvillel this week Hon D Claybrooke is spending a few days at Birming ham Ala this week After a several months visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Noticej to the Public Bardstown Ky April 11 1911 To The Public It affords ire great pleasure to testify to Dr W C Grigsbys worth as a skilled op t cian He has tilted glasses to seven members of my family all of whom have been given entire Satisfaction Besides the members of my own family I baye referred to him about forty or more patients all of whom have received satisfaction mjiny of whom have been relieved of sick headaches persistent and stftb born headaches without sick stomach and of persistent and unyielding sick stomach without headache and of various nerve troubles that failed to be cured by medicines Fur these reasons I heartily commend Dr Grigsby to the sufferer from defective sight awl eye strain as being eminently qualified and prepared to examine your yes find the defect and correct it by giving you glasses that will relieve youT Very Respectfully DR HUGH D RODMAN a 7w Tr 7IAILY BIRD 3973 J 1tThe Blue Ribbon Winner if Fee 1500 to Insure a Living Colt I 4 j r Gist BliLclc HawK 1 CabelTs Lexington 3284j jt1auCabells Joe Brown 1955 J t 4 J jMattle L IIWild Indian J Red Dlrk G 1956 j T DaU 12 e i i c Dexter CabsI Lexington r 5SllLiza Griffin t 0 QIl 1BaileyS Elastic de j a lbI i I l 681JINapnieGarrett472 Chestnut Daret J iDauflofLL311ec1ThieftzlI fII Sarah Hamilton4303j j Beau Brummell of Kemnore J Jew 1enmart70 Mattie Hamilton 4019I bau fl III 11Sallie B SpaldipgsCorbeautt1 1tEarly Bird is a Chestnut Sorrll 15 i hands higbstar and l r manandGoesall gaits smooth e clione distinct A good walking 1 j horse Trotsa good flatfooted trot Plenty tyle and action Early fciriwas shown by Mr Mack Hughes atDanville Hsburg Perryville Stanford Springfield andMonticella last year and won seven blue and stxed e ribbbns winning blue himbeforeor when mare is parted with and bred elesewhere Lien re tamed on colt to secure service fee Care taken to prevent accident but rot responsible should any IAt same time and place will also stand my two fine jjacks curI t 5i9 JRS iClark riiis by Dik Durhams 9dClarukIaSd0tofjliennetby Big Mack he out of a jennet byQtoWood L Clark Jr hands high 5 years is a big flat boned fellow and has proven himself a auperb breederS10 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCKf VrUSO D DlOKJPARROTTJAC t 1 Viii also make the season This jack is in fine shape and is ready and willing at times ThIs jack istoo well known for comment his envablc reputation sp eks for itself 10 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK J f r W M NALLY ii3 miles from town on Mackville pike Springfield Ky R B = John W Lowid Mrs Fred Man get and daughter Mary Elixsi beth left last Thursday for her new home in Texas The following friends andre atives attended She funeralof Mrsu Hugh L McEIroy Mr and Mrs Emmet F McElroy and Mr Knight Handyfrom Kansas Citv Mo Mrs Emmet Field Louisville Ky Mrs George Handy Mr andMrs Duckworth and Miss CarrieNight Nicholas yule Ky Mrs Eostainger Mrs Magoffin Hardin Harrodsburg Ky Judge and Mrs C R McDowell Mrs Richard Tasker Lownes Miss Nanni McDowell NiChO1lasFrank Logan Danville Ky Mr and Mrs J L Hughes Bloomfiold NoticeI I lhe winter time is goirfg and the spring and summer time has come and the trees and bushes tjlooktj clothes like now such assults1 lllaces siika gloves hats and shoes have them dry cleaned and they will look like new done oy Scot system of dry cleaning and does not effect colors nor does it shrink and brings a finn finish on the dain tiest fabrics as well as on animal fabrics Also dyeing hats re blocked and garments made to measure This worK is done by the Springfield City Tailbr1on Main St opposite FirstNatton- al Bank Phone 6R F Wo BXuMDAUEfi Prop Spnngti6dKy Horse Breaking I desire to notify the public that I am now prepared to han rile young horses will break your horse to ride and drive Terms 20 per month See me at the big barn at the Fair Grounds FRED BURNETT Strong Clark Sentiment Baibourville Ky ay7 From All indications the majori ty of Eevenh district counties will instruct or Gbamp Clark for President in the comingi county conventions There are no regular Clark organizations but the general trend of senti merit among Democrats seems 10 favor the Speaker Wilsons followero are npk numerous la this section of Kentuckv i Greenville Ky May 7 From present indications Muhlenberg county will instruct for Champ Clark for President and for an instructed State delegation There is sentiment that almost demands that Henry Watteraon be sent as delegate atJar e to the Baltimore conve ThereTfr were originally anninpr Qf Wilson followers here butthoy- are going pyer to the Clark c amp T a i 1t1 stututLItIIt- 1tI JI I Mlllami1toll 44326f1 v This fine trotting bred stallion will maCe the season of 1912 tmy aI35 place onehalf mile from Frederickstown on Bardatown road at 110 Tt Insure a living Colt S f Hal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha Jl 28375 dim fElkmatd by Elkhorn 13909 granddam Sarah Francis by MadridSIJ 1835 Alpha Js dam Talluldh by Tennessee Wjlkes 2735 he by George Wilkes record 222 Alpha Js darn Tallulah by Brown t pHal 16935 t Iff At same titneand place will stand my Jack t S B1aokHawkJr IfIJ Blackjack 15 hands ugh 10yearsoId He lis by Litseys Old Black Hawk he by Gov Wood First dam by Logan Jr 2d dam a f black Jennett with good points He has proven to be good breeder = several of his colts sold last year for 125 He will make the season h At SIOFor a Mare MuleandFor a norsePle 1 7 I Will Serve Jennets at 12 V IJ IJ t tt Will also at the same time and place stand my Jack i IJ IJ John W Bythe old Dick Parrott Jack and out of a Spanish Jennett He has proven himself a sure foff getter and his colts speak for fjfenv Iselves He will make the season at 6 For a Horse Mule and 8 For a Mare Mile IJ Lien retained on all colts sired by either horse or jacks for service fee Moneydue when the fact is ascertained mare parted with or = bred toanother horseor jack ft are taken to preventii accidents but a not responsible should any occur i II STABLE HOURS 6 to 8 am ll30 atm to 1 pmand5to 7 pm Anyone culling at these hourswill always find some one at the barn otherwise you might have to wait I J L HAMILTON FredericKstovpi Ky i j M i San Breaker I Will make the season of 1912 at my farm 3 miles from Fredaf ckstown and six miles from Sprngfield 12 To tore a Colt to Stand and Sick San Bfeaker Trials 217 12 and 216 14 brown horse Ii as L hands high foaled 1903 half brother to Meddle Connor triah03 San Breaker is by San Mateo 21255 he by Simmons 2744 IH It1 George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie L tr 215 12 by Nutbreaker 2952 J he byNutwood 600 A 4 Money due when colt is fbaled mare parted rith or bred else j where A lien retained on colts for Service fee 1l f Will also at same time and plac stand the fine Jack s S- SSqiS ii V Governor Mack j i tGovernorMc isilack Jack with white points hndlJirMJiII has proven himself to be a sure foal getter Be wit p ke th fatI Ii a IIand 8for a Horse Mule and 10 fan Mare Mule iii J W IsTillet 8cSon I 1 1M I ReliaWandCoDipreliensiYeTelepliOMSeraei Is rieceasary to conduct successfully a buiness enterprl The Vvmlte land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you1 a universal Mnrfe 5t1 isj local connections with all citizens in your town and Lone DiMs n iss- nections to all outaidelmportai it cities aBdtewM You get MttMRVMt Iyou pay for Call our Mahag r for furthSr4pfojpmatloiu Ti kMMM k not for cheap telephone servic but for yelithl tod conpnlMMMrf bees phone service CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TBL GRAPfl COMPANY Incorporated rH caizz xsN ra ItlHMI UJlPiCOVGH J T rJ j jwU1f1 4 Pr JaI ITheT I Judge J I 1 c J t amw 2 Iutertpj I i CurHjtc MUT fcktoMailtt A Atep eounaea in the nan ana 4astant later Hicks entered the roan- without the formality of knocking- tWari recognized his presence with nolIemploy era side and handed him a note whlcl J rl i A I IiI1fTh PtanHrt Knees Knocked ToI ether IrroTK to be from Fentreflfl Ware L d tosaed I aside KJii t wants to see me why dont r kf com herefhe growledjr 4 Treckon that old fellow they call Judge Puce has sprung something sudde Jhfc colonel said Hicks He wai out herq thyirst thing this mo nlig youd haT0 thought fownedVBWe PlalIL1I There was a couple of strangers with him and he b had me Inpnd fired questions at me tfor half an hour then he hiked air Jnp to The OakS I Murrell been arrested said Varo la a dull level voice Hicks gave him a glance of unmixed astonishment Nol yeS by GodIij tyhod rlakltr Risk It1 Man he almost fainted it dead away a damned coward Hell How do you know sYasked- Hicks appalled 5 II was with him when he was tak enit was Huesthe map he trusted more than any other Ware gave tke oferMcr a ghastly grin and was silent but in that silence he heard the drumming of Jils own heart He ahweat on I teir you to save him seli John Murrell will Implicate the treat of us weve got to get him free and then by hellwe ought to knock him in the head he isnt at to live The Jail aint built thatll hold r him muttered Hicks drc5uTBe n8 cant beheld agreed Ware AndiielI never bet J brought to trial no lawyer will dare lit appear against him no jury will dare J to find him guilty but theres Hues whit about him He paused The Jt two men looked at each other for a1 long moment J Where did they carry the cap- tah1ry dont low tS It looks like the Clan was in a hole but shucks What il1ellllred eaaler than to fix HuesTand fixing folks theyd bet that old fellow Price Hes got some noUon about Fentress e and the boy Mr Hicks did not con alder It necessary to explain that he Iwas himself largelY responsible for Ithis r How do you know that demand ed Ware 3 eHe as rood as said Hic- ksllooked uneasily at the planter He knew himself to be compromised The stTangernanfed Cavendish had forced an admission from him that Murrell I would liet condone U It came to his knowledge He had also acquired a I very proper andwhblesom fear of Judge Slocum Price He stepped close tor Wares side Whatll come of the girl Tom fCan you figure that out1 ne questioned sinking his voice al most to a whisper But Ware was in 4 capable f speech again his terrors completely overwhelmed him reckon youll have to find another overseer Im going to strike out for Hicksit his for an instant I He had thbught of flight too was vtiUi thinking of It but greed ws as i much a part of his nature as fear 1 5elle Plain was a prize not to be light J iy cast aside and It was almost hl He lurched across the room to the 1window If he were going to act tho I sooner ho did so the better and gain 4 a respite from his fears The road down the coast slid away before his heavy eyes he marked each turn ttthen a palsy of fear shook him his heart beat against his ribs and ho r1 t stood gnawing Lila lips while he gazed 5 up at the7 sun VJJo you get what I say Tom1 am going to quit these parts said Hicks Ware turned slowly train tho i 1 11 iIAiIi1FI- ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT J1 J AVcgelaWeRtparaftonrcrAs I smIlalnglhcFoodandRL a ngUIC and i ProraclesDigeslfonfrttriirf gn ncss and Resrcont3lns nciUu u OpiumMorphine norWiucraLJ ol1- NOT NARCOTIC jj4ectofdZtWJJFuuZ tr4Ia iwA oZ1 rlrlt ioirsirinJ 4IIFa7ftm ApcircursffcltoiiSouTStomaiDlarrtaaj I WorrasConvulsions Jevenslr j e LEEY NEW YORK l r Exact Copy or Wrapper All right illcks You mean ybu want me to settle with you is that 10 he asked Yes Im going to leave while can maybe I cant later on said Hicks stolidly He addedI am go Ing to start down the coast as soon as it turns dark and before Its day again Ill have put the good mllos between me and these parts Youre going down the coast and Ware was again conscious of the quickened beating of his heart lUcks nodded See you dont meet up with John1 MurrellV said Ware Ill take that chance It seems a heap better to me than staying hereI Ware looked from the window The shadows were llengthening across the lawn Better sttrt now Hicks he advised Ill Mjait unUl it turns dark Youl need a horse I was going to help myself to one This aint no time to stand oil cere many said Hicks shortly Slosson shouldnt be left in tho lurch like thlsor your brothers folks Theyll have to figure it out for themselves same as me1 rejoined HicksYou can stop there as you go by No saIdHicks I never did believe In this damn foolishness about the girl and I wont go near Georges I dont ask you to go there you can give them the signal from the head of the bayou All I want Is rorf you to stop and light a fire on tho shore Theylf know what that means Ill give you a hprse and fifty dol lars for the Job Hicks eyes sparkled but he only said Make it twice that and mayo wo can dealL Racked and tortured Ware best tated but the sun was slipping Into the west his windows blazed with the hot light Ydu swear youll do your part he said thickly He took his purse from his pocket and Counted out the amount duo Hicks4 Ho named the total and paused Irresolutely Dont you want the fire lighted asked Hicks He was familiar with his employers vacillating moods Yes answered Ware his lips quivering and slowly with shaking fingers he added to the pile of bills in Hicks hand Well take care of yourself said Hicks when the count was complete Ho thrust the roll of bills Into his pocket and moved to the door Alone again the planter collapsed Into his chair breathing heavily but his teVrors ajjrept over him and left him with a savage sense of triumph This passed he sprang up intending to recall Hicks and unmalco his bar gain What had he been thinking of safety lay only In flight Before ho reached the door his greed was In the nsceWaant He dropped down on tho edge df his bed his eyes fixed on the window The sun sank lower From where he sat he saw It through tho upper half of the sash bloodied and livid in a mist of fleecy clouds It was In the Tops of the old oaks noW which sent their shadows Into his room Again maddened by his terrors he started and backed toward the door but Again his greed the one dominating Influence or his lira vanquished him He watched the sun sink lie oftrthJksIwas not to be lighted he must act at ItIguifeh the distant wooded boundaries otthe creat UaVl franiyi tu th dark Uave e iPT- irbk the reason why women l1avc1C nencsWhen thoughts begin to grow hr sad weertaw impulses lag and the warnings of pail and distress are sent 1tf8i i4 MMsa 4Jr throughout limbsand route straightway nine times in ten a 4wawill lay Jho cause of the trouble to some detect at lOt where she first PKH II 1t a headache a backache a sensation of irritability or twitching and VMiaJrrtUlilri nervousness something must be wrong withtho head or back a5 iff aAtBrally says but oil the time the real trouble very often centers in the Wsaly organs In nine cases out of ten the sent of the difficulty is here and a iIpaa should take rational treatment for its cure The llocal disorder and lnIiswt Sitt1of the delicate special organs of the cox thoold bc treated steadily i ad hJSII4tiedfly- iur madaae4icina1t ceatofiuchcascs After using tiiscmedyformanyyeors in his prvatc prac 4 Iee lie ptttit up In form of Dr PierCe Pavoritc Preecription that would make it rfpreisrlc and it caa be had at any store where rnedicisea are handled g zqttATh nzr ofZous t 11ldieen fiflhiig lioiRhl wo JearsIbO of thotlmo WM 1f t mttsich to lwWJth tltst Feiaalaweakneas was my trouble arid 1 was vry tiatiks tDoeeh fier8 cl1lmVell nndt ollr JtQ1 I tookQnly IiJ ttlo Eavo N rJ i dnsod tbeTL tlWs bllKL I Jl Ing u prais6 for i io Jul1cdl n TARE UR TIERCES PLEASANT TOILETS FOR LIVER ILLS 4S r- CASTO RIA rorinfarits and Childrdd TheI Kind You Have Always Bought Bes the js awe 9f f t Tn- i Usa Rri For Over hirty Yrs CASTORIA CONY I f i euing day rues in too silence no heard the thud ofhoofs CHAPTER XXVI i ojbackcalled his oilice and this was Ma haffys first ppporlunlty to easq his mind tho subject of the duel as they haonly Just parted from Yanjy and Ca ondish who had stopped atone of the stores to make certain purchases for tho raft Not a yord Solomon It had to come I am going to kill him 1I shall fe4l better therf What if he kills you domandod Ii 1111 ill 4Jt Will eQuIte Informal the Code Is Scarcely Applicable Mahaffy harshly Tho judge shruggedl his shoulders That Is as It may be Have yell forgotten your grand son Mafaaffyg voice vas still harsh t rand rasping I reganf my mpeMng with leia 8x as nothing less than a sacred duty toblmL dJdImpi are mixing up nil sorts ot side issue will what should bo your real put pose r Not atl all Solomon not at all i reoIlasLIeNKowill not speak of It again You wilt go back to Relic Plain with Yancy Cavendish you must represent nndI there We have as good as Hannibal but we must be active in Miss Malrysbehulf For us that lias an important bearing on the futjire and slope I cannot you must bq it Bcllo Plaih when Carrlngtoa arrtv j WlUihis riack of dogs Give hhiJleiadvantago of your sottnd and uiature Judgment HW mon dont letnny acltlgroWbu1going5 to Bec6nd tOUT scdpped Kfahaffy J The judko was a picture of IndSf feronco I It will botiulto informal the code is scared applicable I merely Iq tctnd to renovo him because he is not fit to live At sun pI muttered Maliaffy I late d to start ono day right even Ifl ever live to begin another said the jjdge a sudden lljrce light flailing fiom his eyes I teVl that this lla thj turning point In my ca onThebcginoiqEBall tJkc no chances tile fur turo I si all prepare for overy os riWe contlngeucjr Lam nolng to make you and Yancy my grandsons thOUsJjust com to him t ahalloutUno in writing to legal steps to be taken to wbrntanthrt e his claims Also howttt inherit lar ely from tm at ay death SoniethUig very like laughter es caped iron MauaffVs lips yourInorllkolhlt There I beWhIng off with tooth and nail woukl overwhelm mo Id sink into unim portance ny unparalleled ml for ttlnes wou d 8 to a leva with tho mndccrnln No sir IVB tuoughIvoentresB HaB baud oh money he stolo from lmey GOi tile dnYlo Inliisproflttzjkiegoing to 4rftf1htn And even iIt CaTiL5j1Te o4oy yhatt = = gr He 5all wear lIfaur N riij rtatinrL ki F= j7MOko J I Pearl 40394u Record 228i trial 2 Id Uay Hors 153j bund hisrln veisht 1250 Ihs tOtted 10Q3 Sired hy Moko 24157 sire 1u futurity pwn rs WiUuHHe the season tvi Ue Fail Grounds ai SyJ5 toiInsure a Living Cot r10 Cashat Time of Service Ij s 10iG Sire cf 83 in 230 akerlScv r8MoRecord z IS in 230 f B tIter t0 n iSire ofl152 In 230 Belle Patcheh i 41I 2 114 tnPSSire of dams of 189 Great brood marot Sally ChorUtcrG kafi9 Grand of YUT S in 23O sire ctj Strathmore 408 I Hambletonion 10 di 21 N4ltiveBelieI Situ of 89 in 2 80 2iiGi Silver Sire of dams of 212 ir SlI 4 21 8 Grandsire of 228 inI Lady Walt rmire- a SlieNfl 2093w 5 f Queen Ethe 30rVolunteer 5 rok021Or r Dam of13in 30 Princess Ethel IIGrinddam 2 m r J vlieTioi10 2 30 Great brood mare Black n 5IEloo li40aVsw f0u Sire of 48 ySire of ii1230I Lady Almont 11J Hinder Thmjis0393Grtndqire pf 13 in sfc af Sfrof1in3OHermesAS HeralgaLiitt ditPRl I ei gaorw 2 2964c9v Dam of Little Pearl 1 Sire of dams of 4 1Ialllq1235tl Peorj 221 dam oft tfffSI Moko Pearl 228J Pickaniny Money Sue when coiL is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere Jt ts4s4 6 4 J i 1 0 yet By lion i eoi eunins graim son should 13thep suitr j iThe Judge waved th aside means will b found Solo Imono Our horizon 1s litiuI can see It lift Dont drae bncfc from the portaL of impel ell drink the stuff that comes ai s tho vator Ill warm the cockles if your heart with imported brandy carry twenty years hunger and Ihi at under my we coat and Ill feetd drink lllie a gentleman yet The idgo macked his lips In an ecstady jf enjoyment and dropping down pc re the table which seXed him as a esk seized a pen Its good enoi li to thuik about IrS admitted aha j grudgingly Its better to to a i If anything happens to mo the pap rs I am going bedonemoney In sight and w ogot to get it and spend it and njc It None of your swinishsthrift for o but life on a big scal company ind feasting and refined surroundin And you are gotng to meet Fen tress in the morning ked Mahaffy I suppose theres no y of avoiding i that Avoiding It alma shouted the judge Fort what hae been living I shall meet lhim let the consequences be what they may T light when lj have reduced certain ts to wrJUng shall Join you at Bel Plain The strange and melancholy ilstpry of my llifo I shall place in y ir hands for safe keeping In tqe m fling I can be driven back to BoggsV J And you will go th ro without t econd If necessary yes ar declare Price yare hartIIyI afitted 11ItITho himjudge gave in indulgent dbuttwo vc ry worthy an but I go to floiga aftfudiM by a gltlcmau orligo there alone I am are of youfj IIIII Mr Mahaffy snortec loudly awl turned tb tho door fciYaticy and 1I IIhousslung over ins shoOUler hHerepistols urged the ji jgo hastily You mayrnfred Uat Hel PlaIn UOQd by and Obil bless yob r rICHAPTER rJ XXIII Des Leads to Uy oJustaWaresibrowsdirection of th j pitb i was on hisfiJ vay to a ntnJ n 11IMlrard to t Avuer o wliiuli bad re ntlyjmp rt ed a park of btoodhoui but this unexpected cu6iitr w Waro had Itfftct4t biuitltHlloIY stilt heardo Toms stammering spe h ho wass stilt seeing his ghattly tico and lieT had como upon him w startling j Hiuiactincss He lirid ch iced to bolt back lila shoulder id when he biacfler i41t1tln hundred yn sor himll PfeBenlly Carrlb tonS lance ccas t ed to fbilow tho inUli for the 1atUt lie stsred down at the ly dust 1C saw too trail left by I los and his pistil For ii momTntI hesitated if tho dogs Were to be u d with anyI hopo of success he lint no time 1o spare and thiS4n3 the merest sua picibn illpgicnl conjpctu based on dist 8t of Waro thInand loadIng his lioso inti the woods bUetlA hurried Invettlgatli i laId himc that five mon had ridden ijand out or fithatTtrainsouth again but the fifth nan Ware 11Inweighed tho nslble slg illlcanco of ththeset I am only wasting tin he cor gteasedpoint of turning away Wen olitl1oV very edge of the oad and just vhoro the dust yielded to the fcarct clay ofS Ctheprint of a small and dt Intllyshod lifootquickened curiously cl3OttYVhUpstonolnipreent however that claimed hl4 attention namely Jhe fcoo tnnts Klnssnn a naruis men ana ne maao tne m evltablo discovery that these tracks were all conilned to the one spot They began suddenly and as sudden i ccaseU yet there was no mystery about thQso ho had the marks of the wheels to help him to a sure conciu iIdon A can lage had turned Jus here several men had alighted they WOJDnnirlago and driven back as they had coineor they had gone toward the river Ho felt tho soul within him turn sick He stole along the path they terror of the river was ever in his thoughts arid the specter of his fear seemed to tHit before him and lure him on Pres ently ho caught his first glimpse of tile bayou and his legs shook under1 him but tho path woubd deeper still iinto what Appeared to be an un touched solitude sound on between the crowding tree forms a little back l tInterveniiagfscanned this closely as he hurried orward scarcely conscious that he trampled5j1aceverdant wall preserved Its unbroken continuity and twenty minutes later be came within sight of Hicks clear ing and the keel boat where It rested against tho bank A little farther on ho found tho1 spot where Sloseon bad launched the skiff the night before The keel of his lboat had chtdeep Into the slippery clay moro than this tho Impress of the small shoe was repeated here and JjuSt beside it was the print of a childs bare roof DenTIacuhis Itho rMrJ J his right his purpose being to pass the head of the expapse of sluggish water to a point from which IIId than he liad foreseen belterIIns he advanced the dlllicultles task he hud set himself Inost Insuruiotfntablo yet sustained as ho wigs by big imperative n bdho toro his way through the labyrinth trailing Vinos or lloundercd fII acrewide patches of green sLime black mud which at each step threatt ened tQ engulf him iri their trencher ous depths until at thq end of an qiir he sallied the southern side ofIthe clearing and a llrnier footing within the shelter of the woods Hero bo paused and took stock or his surroundings The two or three bbuildings Mr Hickshad erected stood p niitlway of the clearing anti were vcrimodest improvements adapted to their somewhat lllppant pursuit of While Carrington wait ill staring about him the cabin door wnng open and a woman stepped It was the girl Bess She went to a corner of tho building and called lou lyrJoet Oh Joe Currington glanced In the direction f the keel boat and an instant later aw Stosttcn clamber over its side sehein where ho was met by Bess who placed in his hands whttt seemed toeda wooden bowl With this oflouchedIIIngswhlchj ttfh minutes slipped by then ho came rom the shed nail after Becurlng thega oor returned to the cabin Ho wasst again met by Bess who relieved himtoof the bowl they exchanged a lessSl words and Slossqn walked away antiqu 1orcickan food had boon taken to someone in tho shetito Betty and the li- aoymo e likely to George lIt Waited now for the night to ollie and to him tho sun seined xed iii the heaven At Hello Plain om Ware was watching It with a Shuddering sense of the swiftness of ino ifs illghi Put at last the tops of the tall trees obscured U It sAnk qt1cklyw en and blazed a ball of lire beyond h Arkansas cost while its dying lory pread aslant the heavens turnD1 Jug the flanks ot the gray clouds to iolet and purple and gold With tho first approach of darkness arrlngton made his way to tile Mied1 Hidden In the shadow he pnusod to sten and fancied h0 hoard difficult S breathing from within The door hideously on Its wooden inges when ho pushed it open but as ttihoobject lying prone on the dirt Moor iio rAAchad down and his hand- rested Ion a mans Doorea iovx SQfUYbutheaid quesjthat George if It were Ucorgewas i lying on his side with his arms and legs securely bound Thinking he slept the Kentucklan shook him gent lly to arouse him George he repented still bend- Ing aove him This time an inartic uat lurmur answered him At the an aslant tho woolly head of t1o egro came under his lingers and he u iBcoyered the treason of his silence He was as securely gagged as he was bound j Listen George Ills Carrlngtoh I am going to tate off this gag but dont speak above a whsperthe3- aym hear us And he cut tho cords that held thogag in place How yo get here Masc Caing w rHe Was as Securely Gagged as He Was Bound t09asked the negro guardedly as the gag felt awaySAround the head of tho bayou Lawd exclaimed George In a tone of wonder Wheres Miss Betty Sbos In UIl cabin Yonrfo- he love of Qod cut these hero other ropes with yo knife Mas r Caington Im perishin with emr Carring ton did as ho asked and groaning George Sat erect Im like I was gone to sleep all over he said Youll feel better In a moment Tell mo about Miss Mnlrjoy They done fetched us here last night I was drlvln Missy Into Hal gliher and young Masr Hazardr when fo men stop is In the road Who were they do y oil know asked Carr ngton Lawd whats that Carrington knlfo In hand swung about on his hooL t lanterns light flashed suddenly in his lace and Bess Hllksi wth n low startjed cry break Ing from her li paused In the door way Springing forward Carrington ized her by the wrist Hush he g ilmly warned What are you loin here tlemnrid the girl as sliw endeavored shake t his hand but Carrington drew her tO the shed Dud closing the door set his hack n tUIHt It There was a brfef Hlienc duiing which Hess re rded the Konni kian with a kjnd of olid fearlessnc ioSbe was the flrsr speak I reckon youall have cOnic ier Miss lIwropshe observed iietlyt Then you reckon right answered rrlngton The girl studied him rom her level brof And youajl think you can taker away from here she speculated I aint afraid of yo knlfe yoaall a11111pbutadded Carrington gave hOt an In crpduloue glance Ybu dontibeltovb UPrromotaldnt stop me Dont b8 too fiure of that said Carrlngjton sternly The girl met the- eilae of his words with soft mil throated laughter rWhy YOhands shakih now Mr arri9gtont You know me You I sOon you once at Bogs hi made an Impatient movement You canb do nothing against thoni froysf Leyregot to act quick r Chrrlngtoh hesitated rhv do you want Miss Malrqy to1 1II t nBouncing Connaiight 15Z22 I ttWiIIGrounaVSpringneJdi Ky55at 15 To Injure a LivingCqlt or10 Cash g at Time of Service f ft Ic Money due when Colt is Voaledmare parjtea With brTbred ollewlferejftl This horse is six years 0ldt16 haiisShigh weigh 1h75 Ibsj daV Chlsnualv gSorrel and star Is kind in disposition goes High extreme action and Lftbred to a mare of any red sure to give size and action Tlifd horse s has proven nhnqelfto b IiS i1patronagesolicitedJ tf tIJiP1 A ij IT1 BAL Iirt SpringfieldKyPS tt J1tlt J 1rt ltLyyy vw v v te v a P y v v 7 =T5- t r Pains Over tt flq o You are welcomej says Mrs Nora puffey of Broken Arrow Okla to use my letter In any way you want to jf it will induce some sufferingiwoman to trysCardul IIhad pains all over and suffered with an abscess Three physicians failed io relieve me since ttaking taro ParrFiii better health than ever beforehand that means rriuchitf meIbecause I sftff red many yearS with vwomanly troubles ojL different kinds What other treatments I tried helped me for a few days only ii tVJti i jj I CARDUIr he I Dont wait until you are taken down sickbefore tak ing care of yourself The small aches and pains and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean T Worse to follow unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy if you knew what quick and permanent relief It gives where weakness and disease of the womanly sstemmakes life seem hard to bear Cardui i has helped over a million women Tryit Write to Ladies Advisory Dept chat6noog Medicine CoCbttanoo Tena i loTSptdat IiutrutUont and 64ptje book Hqme Treatment for Women sent free J WANT TARia Be er Thqt question will be asked almost daJK i Moro IIANKERSindorso DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse all other bus LIWFI1EE auxiliary branches ttxtt POSHIONS under reasonable conditloMr eu gr lessons cia court reporters write the System of tyjlfslfLt write JKO F DRAUGHOK DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Ha hvillo or Memphis or Knoxville Tenn or PaducaB Ky or Evacuvillf lai J TrPI1Jsi i nSAdvisethe use oft a poodlarvative to keep tie bowels open and prevent he poisons of undigested lOad from xetlinginto your system The last product of science is VELVO Luiftlve Liver Syrup purely vegetable genUs reliable anJ of greatest possible efficacy in constipation iuligestton biliousness sick headache feveritness colicflatulence etc Try fVFl jVWiEL v5 JTheJT- She scowled at him reckon thats a private matterfr Aint it enough fo youall to know that I do Im showing how It can bo done Them four men on the keol1 boat are strangers In theee parts theyre waiting foe a pilot but thoy dont knew who hell bo Ive heard youHll Yas a riverman vylMtUfcto lilnder yo taking thf pH6f placq Looks liko yo was Billing to risk yo lifo fo Miss Maltvsy or you wouldnt bo here Im ready aa W Carrlngton his hniid qn the door yon aint Jest yef Intorpiosed ltrtTlieysdroI yardfi nb ve thcrkqel boat you mttft get thatto cross In to the other side of the bayOu then when yor rcAdy to come buck ydre to ivfilsU throe Units Its the artfiwl were ex Jiectlng nnd tibw nerota fo you In opeortlio BkUft v t Can you 4iM Maltoy In tjSoi rp nU17 i To be continued y 1 No P1twitx arillnr1WithWlire do you u uaHj stand asked5 fnoQtl Mr Bafrtt hd mp over thece indfoatlng the othor side all tho stage Suit yourself Ill find youI wh ever you are said Booth WornansTonicclr I Hvnii yourservicesreputationBanking rtheresu1toffromStudyShorthand Forfreecat11hyf fier PesLm j LAXATiVE T UVERSSYBPk Ji I Ort The Kidneys fife t 011I 1VejdYOfrofkd r Unhealthy fcldncjs Maitlmpure Bloodff Weak and feulienltliy kidneys Ire re t j sponsiblefofi nuch sicknessandsuffering t Stherefore it kidney troullleiafiiernfittedta contimi seriOus re Jt1tention but yourlcid nejfa wosfj because they do most end should have attention first Therefore when our idnersd weak put ofjjfder vcu can understand how quickly yctn eu t tirtf body is affcctwtnnd how every orgau eeeins to fail to dpjt duty i If you are cicb or feel badlyrt begin Dr711lnierstnce you of its great merit The mild aba imujedfate effect ofsSwamp Root the gVeat kxduey and bladder remedy Is soottrealizeu It stam14itl1e highest b uscits tnll1tknle t ltealIi restoring properties bam 1k bvtnin tizousandsof thCflOstdiSttCt5 lug ceaea If you iibei a anetliglue y tt should hale the ber1tdSojd by druggists lri uiftccnt anti ondol i nJarlus ii by uail free tU o a ztJitXijSijlS noinphlLt WHiiie you MlilOI to find out 1f yoa1 have xulaey or blacjder trouble Mention this paper h nvting to pn Kilmer Si Co1IWhghftthtoa NY Pontnke any ails tike lint roniembcr the name gvonlp Roi t end dont let n dealer sell you 7 SoiKtbinjj In rlace of 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