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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f f1Jp w i ESTABIIISMED J d Vi iJC yIN 883 I In s dL i UI rY iJ t t UtVt 1 FI NO 29 fJ MAY 16 I9I2 i f M 4 iI I ITO i Fc 5r f ii CHRI TIANITY AND THE LAW I f M4thew vi 1726May 19 1lla Iocgh 1U neighbor hath fulfilled tht X r 1I1l011l0M y HE Great Teacher declared that t JtI r Law and the Propbets but to J fulfil them While the Law t if was spoken of as Moses Law It was 1 tt TeUy the Divine Law given to Israel ilas a basis for the Plyine Covenant t with that nation and Moses merely stood as mediator of that Law Cove uaa =tfcat agreement by which Israel was obligated to keep the Law and i ao w llgnted if they did so tQ 1 everlasting life Divine faJ vor ud the one privilege Vt being His for the blessing of all ns t dona under Mes nlahf Kingdom ti The failure of nthe sincere fIto gain prom t ised everlasting letter of lau Thoit thalt not lULU p I8rael like the remainder of the world liaied by inheritance Adamic weak 15b fi Besses which so Impaired their moral quality that they could not keep Gods ii l perf ect Law which our Lord defined i to be wholehearted love for God and k Golden nn Jove for tim neighbor The Gospel lt Jesus magnifies the Jewish Law by admitting its righteous Aspect to His followers is thlsHeA A being perfect was able to keep the osnlc Law perfectly and had a right therefore to everlasting life and need ed not to have died but Instead of re trf fining His life He laid it down sacrl Plan for human redemption TJJht sac rlflce will bring tothe- world the bless i ed for eternal life which it hap been promised Messiahs Klng dom will bring But meantime the He deemer carrying out Jehovahs plans offers Jin Imputation of His merit to any who have His spirit of full conse cratlon to do tbeTathers will by lay T1 down the present UtesacrlO tqgaln with the Redeemer a s tplrittial life glory honor Uf the Divine nature as jointheirs in His Kingdom All who tfcus do will be counted as a part of I the spiritual Seed of Abraham through p whom all the familleSsOf the earth will reC ive their blessing vThese disciples of Jesus sacrifice r their earthly Interests and rights and r thus become reckonedly dead to earth ly things God accepts their sacrifices and begets them of the Holy Spirit Thus tey become New Creatures In Christ But how could God accept a blemished offerings and are not these New Creatures held responsible for the conduct of their full so long as they live until their sacrifice is completed The Scriptures answer The great High 1PJiest who presents tese olterIings aspnrt of His own sacrifice era their Imperfections by nil Imputa jon of the merit of His own sacrifice which is already In the hands of Jus flce waiting for application oh of the sins of the world High Priest bus presents us to coyeredwlth tfls own merit as Ji we are assured that the acceptable unto God Xsfor Hubsequent weaknesses of the flesh the New Creature is Indeed held for its mortal body but since our High PrIest tasted death fqrr every man and for all sins of heredity these New Creatures In Christ are assured that all thelc tres passes of ignorance or weakness may be forgiven and that the Redeemer their Head and in glo irye will upon application impute His merit for the cancelatlbn of such perfections that they may be main tamed in their standing without spot or wrinkle or any such thing I4 J The Piarlses Standard Lower The Pharisees prided themselves on their zeal for the Law and found fault with Jesus disciples and with Himself ry for healing the sick on the Sab bath They were particular re specting the Utile Ji requirements of the Law but I careless respect t log its spirit of A love This Jesus T termed hypocrisy j Btfrtt of Lav Batrtd He declared that tr munfw unless His lowers were nearer right In than were the Pharisees they t not get Into tbe Kingdom at alL trust remember the difference between the embryo Kingdom inaugurated at 4 Pentecost and the glorious Kingdom into which the faithful will be ushered by the First Resurrection All Christs followers must not only guard their 1ictions but also their Ups and the very thoughts oftheir hearts that even in thought they shall be In fullest accord with the spirit of the Divine Law 100of ofI The intimation is that If we have wronged a brother and delay to make matter jlgh and the case come bt our neglect the before we will be fully ret4 e DJk I vine favor aM fellowtUp JLv Horse ili ito notify the public ithatj am now to ban ie nle yofD horses will break your horse to ride and drive J arm i20 See me iIIt tts big barn at the Fair Gronudi FRED BUSNETT rTw i TIlE4 NBWSi =LI3ADEli r f t t SERIESVOLXIX SPINGFIELD WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY I IffJ tiU1Ir diqJ TgwinWhem glorlth ofthInstruIIient mostwisraellteshe ofness tec1allyopportunity JalfYj bebl1ltl Ntprlflcegrfre nh01iind Responsible Stherefore Representatlve fOI1 Sthe willbeuttermostTftrthlnrr Breaking prepared ptjnmQqtb LIFE FORFEITED EdCaIIahanMountain l LeadIi er Dies of Wounds 12EdIJackson Kv May I Callahan welt known Breathilt county merchant former Sheriff and clan leader who was shot om ambush Saturday May 3 ed Saturday night at 11 oclock at Witherspoon College Hospital at Buckhorn He was under thE- reca of Drs Off utt and Estill of Lexington and Drs Breshear of Buckhori and Glass ofr Booneville who did all that f hey could to save him Pneumonia whithsetup in the right lung shortly after the shooting made e case fatal tis believed at he would have lived but for the lever He will be buriedr the family lot at Crockeltavile Moitday afternoon Just before Callahan died he as asked for a statement and said I know that I will die and at soon I have forgiven all my enemies arid I want them to know it I want all my people tto live in peace pull together and do tthe best they can I hav- enbe trying to live as I shouldI for the last five years audI have no interfered with the business any other man and I do not think I should have been murdered when athmeattendingto my own business and atwork I believe thatl will go to a bet r world and I want my people to live right aDd meet me there I want my little boy educated I want to be hurried by my dear trueIfriend and I expect to meet her above Died Suddenly Abe Newton who at one time lived in this city and was well known here died suddenly Sunday evening at his home at Hps toriville Heart trouble issup posed to have been the cause of his death He was 49 years of age and for many years was en g aged in the hotel business ie and his brother Sylyester New J jaffAf Hail l hffne d Uuz DONT lose sight of che act it isnt much the way your 1so look whenyou get them thatTts important its the way theyre going to look after six weeks or two months wear Hart Shaffner Marx clothes are made for long sea vicu Youll he as well pleased with tthem when youve worn them awhile as when you buy them Suits 5 18 and up Overcoats 51650 and tip Perfection suits for young men price 75Oto15OO Well worth suits for men 1000 to 2000 Perfection line of suits in all colors and styles for tha knee pant boys knickec bocker irons erg sizes from ago 5 to 18 years The largest line of blue serges eVer shown in this town Cunningham Duncan Cc ton owning at the present time the Newtonian the largest hotel Iin Somerset Mr Newton isII survived by his wife who Miss Margaret Graham daugh ter of Edward Graham of this city and seven children The interment was in the cemetery at Campbellsviile Wednesday morningaMr Newton was in Lebanon last Friday afternoon and at that time was apparently into good health He said he hada come toLebacon for the purpose of looking over the situation with a view to engaging in busi ness here Lebanon Enterprise Ah Odd Accident At Salvisa Monday the little fouryearbid child of Sep Spaul ding climbed into a buggy in the yard and took his little baby brother with him The children were playing quietly in the ve hide when a gust of wind started the buggy down the yard which iis an incline ana terraced by a stone wall from the roadside The vehicle jumped this wall tbe Jjjar throwing out the smallest child who was not badly hurtus then crossing the road it tumbled over ai embankment and was upset The older boy was pinned under the buggy and suffered some severebruists and a large gash on his throat He wll1re cover Harrodsburg Peraldco flodgenville Ky May 9The suit against the International Harvester Company of America brought by Commonwealths Attorney Frank E Daugherty for 5000 alleging that the de fendant in pursuance of unlaw ful trust or combine entered into with other corporations sold in the county of Lame machinery and farm implements at a price in excess of their true Value was tried the jury returningLo verdict for 1500 An appeal GAppeals Recovered Courting xuMee A man sued another In tee Liver pool Eng county court for the tipen e of a courtship They formed the acquaintance of two young ladles and when the two couples went out together the plaintiff In the case paid all the expenses for the time being The defendant married his young lady and the plaintiff sued him for UO his ishare of the courting expenses and recovered the same Some Uses for Hate Hate is emotion tsomething tcutamount of diversion out of it andI some salutary lessons It is probably- a friend in disguise and keeps us from wasting time and from spending forces where they are not needed And when hate is lead what a com Portable feeling jpomes In its placet nGoldsmithsGoldsmith has accurately sketched himself in tEe following fashion Fond of enjoying the present careless of the future his sentiments those a man of sense his activities those of a fool of fortitude able to stand jnmoved at the bursting of an earth quake yet of sensibility to be affected ay the breaking of a tea cup Professors Remark whoImarked to his class of boys at the be ginning of a lesson I dont know why it iBreverytlme I get up to speak some fool talks Then he wondered Why Not Ruth 7UncleIn those hot countries down south Ho says that after the noon meal every body goes and takes a see Esther but why they call It that Im sure cant imagine Psychology ArthurDid you ever notice how one person always reminds you of an other JimWell J notice that when ever I see one of iny creditors I ways think of that cute little heiress Im going to many In June Meg gendorfer Blaetter Saints Tomb to Order An JSnglish contemporary tells the story of an Indian frontier tribe which having been jeered at by another tribe because it possessed no tombs of saints went out killed a veilknown holy man and burled him Dividing the Night A Chinese proverb runs Think ot your own faults the first part of the night when you are awake and the faults of others the latter part of the night when you are aBleepl Ave 1ariLIExplained pI1l ivtenderlyWillie Kiss nutbin Her sister Is packer in a candy factory Meggen dorfer Blaetter i KENTUCKY CROPS State Department of Agri cultures Survey of Conditions As of May 15 Frankfort Ky May 11In bulletin issued today the State t Department of Agriculture say The crop report n ndereii as conditions existing May 1 show decreased acreage of wheat originally sown in Ke tucky last fall 91 4 per cent of averag crop This spring there hagI bent is original acreage leaving 838 per cent of an a erage crop in acreage thecondit n of whici is 79 per fcent Conc lion of rye 85 2 per cent Cond ion of bar jley 72 5 per cent ondition of oats 886 percent There has been bit little corn planted and only 51 1 per cent of the plowing a gre tdeal of which was clone last Iall is reported The amount ofr unusual ra comwith the sowing of oats and with the plowing ofcorn shows an iin ualy 1rgecrop was planned but whether weathef conditions will permit this is ye to be de termined s liThe indicated acreage of dark tobacco is 98 2 per ce it and the Burley acreage isi3Sper cent ndition ot tobacco eds in dark district is given as Si percent and of the beds fo BurlEY tobacco 92 7 per cent Practically alll fruit is trilled in sr me portions Iof Kentucky white other portions about an average condition is reported Apple 866 per ce antjPeals 79 per ceiit Plums 83 5 per cent Cl rries 811J percent Grapes 81 per cent The condition of tho strawberry cropis903perceif Condition f livestock is repoj1 ed as hard Ity being up to tl je average rass conditions arb unusually ood roe loss from hog choerai forf the last twelve jcionths is 73j p wercentj The flood djsiict of Kent cky has brought down the general average oft fl crops more o r less as many fields of wheat and oats were repo ted as being entirely ruined as ie result of the flood conditio s In many sections rain has ir erfered eve ft with the planting of gardens and some reports sow no pota oes planted yet iVhile the en tire report from th State is 827j per cent for potati acreage The June crc report will show the total acnugg of corn eits and potatoes nd no effort has been been maaJi to obtain the total acreage of tliese crops ow to the Utenessiif the season Kontucky Cured Ham During the wa ng of Lent I ntukianaierone of the pro courseswere slice 1of delectable Kentucky cured him Now that ham as a g slro nomic dream rfch rutfv red the ambertpned fat meltng like marrow the fragrance a whit for the gods Tha ham wasnt a thing to besneoz d at It had been prayerfully elected by a connihseur or the j3luesra s and tenderly shipped Washington ward for this very feast Tulishy saltbe lady to her old fashioned colcred cook before the services began I Want II ghairBeautiful luxuriant hair That is perfectl natural and yopAyersit aid to nature h producing just the kind 0 hair you de sire Do not be afraid to use it No dar per of its coI- l I Theingredi concerning its ie Consult him freely fie knows Mad br the t ATa t wU JCu + i just recall that several of tIle ladies at my luncheon today are C talikelykeThat old ham is tot fine to be wasted every sliver is precios ont throw Seplates It Nom said Jnlishy Ill take kear of iti I likes dat ham myself When the party was over and the banquet ball bare Juliahy presented herself before her mistress There was a discouraged affled look on theshiny black face With hands on her ample she mournfully hapSj Miss Katie they want one of them white ladies Catho lics not nary a lady On ves Jnlishy Im sura there were several Nom tlidnj nary a Catholic come to tbai party today Thay done change their religion Evy last one of them ham plates me back to the kitchen jjJS as clean as ef deyd been licked CourierJournal PUBLIC LETTING Of Contracts For Building New Pike On Old Knob Lick Dirt Road The undersigned building committee for the building of the turnpike on the Knob Lick road near Springfield Ky consisting of three miles wjllnn Saturday May 18 1912 at 1 oclock p m t the law office otPohn Pol hi attocneys in Springtield Re cevved sealed bds for the build ing and con truction of the urn pike on the Knob Lick road A copvo the profile of said pike and specifications is in the hands of H F Yankey and will be shown any person desiring to make a bid on said road All bids ureto be seaed a d ill be received on road ny sec tions of one quarter mile each and will be gi1en to the lowest and best bidder Committee re serving the right to reject any o r all bids All bids will be addressed to H F Yankey Lebanon KyT F D 3 H F Yaakey Hugh HullI IsP DernIngr J K Cheatham r K Smith Building Committee Notice to the Public Bardstown Ky A April 1G 1911 To The Public It affords me great pleasure to testify to Dr W oo Grigsbys worth as a skilled op tciati He has fitted glasses to seven members of my family all of whom have been given entire satisfaction Besides the jnem bent of my own family Ljhaye referred to him about forty or more patients all of whom have received satisfaction rainy of whom have been relieved of sick headaches persistent anri stubborn headaches without sick stomach ucd of persistent aqd unyielding sick stomach without headactie and of various nerve troubles that failed to be cured by medicines For these reasons 1 heartily comnend Dr Gng by to the sufferer from defective sight DJ eye strain as being eminent qUilified and prepared to examine your eyes find the defect and correct it by giving you glasses that will relieve you Very Respectfully DR HUGH D RODMAN S C Buff Orpington cockrelal and hens 100 each SsJ Or pington and S C Brown Leg horn eggs 100 for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 100 for 15 MRS ti L LITSEY Mrs Sam Tucker Springfield r rl has for sale pure bred S C RI Red eggs 50 cents yard 100 from pen jlso one nice Indian RunuerDrake will book orders now for day old chickens at 10 cents each Alj o jour choice of R I R C at 50c tind 75d each DoWltfs tfat Salve t Fir Pi aHn 1re SHEEP SCABIES ERADICATON H I trong Appeal to Owners And Shippers For Assistance IBJ tht Federal aid State quar s against she p scabies was J South of the Green and Big Bat ren rivers those counties having eratfiItion V The quarantine on the remain der of the State will bg retrieved just as soon as the fewol operating In this work sn1 aro muking strong effor to come jjlete the work in the near future S yrbetptraders can greatly assist in tliis work and shorten th imefbrj the removal of the quarantine if they ViiI report tbtheinspectors all existing flocks of infpctd sheep Government expcrta are here innhe field and wili person ally supervise nndgiye assist ance to the owners of all diseased sfleep for he proper and careful treatment of iheir flocks If you have scahe ia your sheep or know oJ an infected flock you are requested repot to either the County inspectors or theil gClvel nment inspector a d they will gke you reliable infbrma tion and help yoTTget rid of tiis disease Thistime last year there were more than one thousand flocks of infecred shqep in Kentucky At present only about eigbty flocks are known to still be diseased But is feared thatall diseased cks have not vet been located and it is of great impor tance tthat such be jreported at once so that proper treatment maybe given Quite a number of flocks have recently became infected as a result pf purchasing sheep from other flocks already diseased The owners ol infected sheep are forbidden by law to dispose or remove from their premises any sheep until cured and written permision is given by the in specior Persons contemplating buying shepp should first ascer tain the condition of the animals desired and Stcare from l ne in spejitor a permit for the remoal of jbhe same By using such precaution a further spread ot disease will be at once slopped All farmers sheep owners buy ers shippers and others interest cit ate urgently requested to cat efully observe the Siatesjreg ulaiions and to give the assist ance asked tThe Nickle show Sometimes when Im weary of thing that I know 1 puton ray hatt andgo down to the show I throw down a coin to the girl at the wicket and look for a seat as I hand up my ticket On the screen there is flashing the deeds of a hero or the burning of saints by the wicked old Nero The apprentice is there gazing on with apt face at a story of love and an unknown girls grace The children are crowd ed in all the front rows and the fact r girls anfi there with tbeir beaux The tired mother tits with a clild on net lap sbe en Joys a short trip through the land of the J apeDo vn the aisle is the g rp wiih the bofYowed compaction her hair done in coils to the height pf perfection On the sheet are proposals girlIf lost aud girls wont in d fofTho poillionaire marrifs the little shopgirl while another chap loses his head for a curl TheI lovers look on holding hands in ajnuff tend try not to faugh at their innocent bluff Just then a grai d damesw6eps in Wlthhcir daughter youd think airs they had paid a quarter On their heads they are nursing a family of rat and I cant seeoBI thing for their blooming big iijj And there they will sit with l So I button my coat and jut on I 4 II AftoIuieIyPur 1 I I LNO ALUM tfO LIME PHOSPHATE IJ1 my JidJnexc time il go down to the front likp a kid Ex LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon Frank the handsome fpar year Reived severexjutsqn both upper and lower jlh The Jittie fel low suffered intensely rOut the ciounds1M Mr 1prWalteE Wise eldest Louisbville on Thursday of last week to serve three yearsin the United4 States Nayy A letter to his father received the first of the week aupnunce thaDthewas on hisjway toNorfbrk Va where after months of instruction he would be assigned to some bat ltleship Miss Eva Gray was united in marriage to Mr Harry A Miller Ia t the parsonage in this city Monday Dr A C Graves offici ating The bride who is aQUCL 1 t fbsually ladyfis aII daughterot Mr and Mrs Rdberb Gray of this cityi Mr and M rs iMiller left Monday for Pitts burgh Where the roomisenr gaged in business Juliet Matsbn thj3 only eljiiIl of Mr and Mrs 00 Matson died at their home on Mulberry dtreetr Saturda night about 8 oclock of hemorrhage She badLtjbeen ill over three weeks of abscess of the throats which caused a breakage in one of the lloodl vessels of the throat Juliet was Ibeleven years ol age and h dajbright retentive mind She p aossessedand gebtlenof manner thfI caused all who Knew her to Jfve jher The funeralservices were conducted Monday afternoon at 4 oclock by Dr A G Graves at the Baptist church and Iner ment was in Ryder cemetery t Mammoth CaveJNationall Park J V a s h i g to nCol M H Crump of Bowling Green who iis one of the most active private citizen workers for Represent tive Thomas bill to mike Mam moth Cave nationaTpUrk Ee1 fuselito say die with reference to getting tte desired Federal adppropriationCongress Acc itpanied by Hunter Mer rivc tHerv of Kansas City Col Orump reached Washington today to appear before the House Military Affairs Committee to morrow in support of the rhomas measure With Mr Thomis Col Crump personally v sited members of the Military Affairs Committee Ibis morning The hearing that will be given by the committee tomorrow will be the second in this session Representative Thom a 819 hopeful that action pVhii blllj will be taken and he iis working to that end although the policy off retrenchment that iis beinjk adhered to by Congress causes apprehension for pa purpose ofany kind b rore nexttwlntefPgs- eSS101 Every man no matter wbetbe JIancfactureawhe h rbe has or has tts bank acco 1ntiiis vitallyinter1 ested in the con ntrys banking system Merchants and manu i facturers do business on cred i the farmers croJs cannot be moved to market without fe course to banking creditjjnd the ageearner iIs tliellrst Jjo suffer when there is u financial disturbanco They should all join in the movement forth 9 banking reforiTi FoleyPhfIJey ir J e i i SJ I tAf a c I isj I PB 9i 11l4q I14IiIrINEW t I ZtfI thli otlaugbtcrLIPPlncottlI esoflW Lcmq4IairAnd yourt KenI P1edv L4jwonder IBAKING IiIaPJIIlelljrrom N WESTERN TOJWADO As Described By thtWashngon CityZ Man a1 KanII May 7 1l2k Prece42jngi b1pSfo atornGo ased over the aoufttweSkof enoCounty at 4 ococera-y e 4 d arenoohunroofinghou and badly damaging crops fruit ani orchard No one wia kill reportedThtV several wiles west Hntchinsoa 1l nd traveled in a soathesternlf direction The cloud was of ji peculiar shape later chaogidg to funnel shape As It travel edi It drew into ltcloiadaof lust and rubbishoChtckens were I sucked into the cloud amdcarrled for ttiiita and dropped The tornado circled for awhile and then btaried off in straight dU jrectfonT Tne people in the vicinity saw the twister coming and for a time were stricken vritbr Tftanici terror Many took themselves to cyclone caye wbiie Bothers huddled in their homes to await the approaching tate In places piledthreeas yhe large werfoua1damage La and other crops is ittcot1Jider iotbtotautchinsou ge was done mostly of tile big KiafrontswerebrI blacksmith shop of Lee Ccim iDofWWasbingto was broken in by the tiure bail slGiueaV The wind wept be ajuib part of thecoanfrytitwee Oidtleton slid Pretty Pralrfe batlcilicfawrecking C t The hail stone strlp3oZLb jCr hang leavea fioaf trees aad beat the growing crops liit6 Ule ground x l1l baH that begaajtoiffjtll in Hutchinsont at 880 oclock in he afternoon was accosipanieat by dashing rain Hail stoi- oll s f thickly for a few minutes people in offjjbf struts But littlel daiaagewask doom acuL no one was injured 5 Considerable was doM tto the large orchard and fruit os the Yaggy plantation isij sailes north west of flatchiosoa Tha The crops and fraitjpn tbe fajrm lleased by George H ThJtnpeo a former citizen of Wabingtoa Co and adjoining to ijYaffy plantation was damaged by rats jand hail Itis thought th storcx was more terrific west and north west of here A cuad bat aliIGl dt4ZaolitlIi fill dr cJii r t asd tralQsarelkMo TJI SON IUForLs I 1 5passeigerWIto1ariag earless tirs iii 5passengrI4 iii lfUO touring car newfir 1 4bpl9JtindiaB jcs all In goodiOpniUoii 1 l p 1r VrlijtiOl1 gine85t j1 2 FaIrbanksMsrss Gu oline engine irlifc w oow 115 4hp fiorlso tal Clr buH fMorse gaMH1M enl All the abov era SAb Jew ber a p11 AP yif 1V i 4Chi1drjtrVS CABTO A I d 4IN4ARRL IPRlltOPJELDKY jc v Jk 9UAlD4frMIRSL lIE JOSEPH POU- Nr L hors Mi PJBbJishire r 4j F01 PRESIDENT CHAMP CLARK tkrtr rnor McCreary has an ilEi Ked kbit be id for Speaker thALark are find Uiat tbeGoyernor has aeeir t gtto rapport Mr Clark and we wisakcte him Bvpport to bothas to Mr v Clark availability as a candl J J kWs to the fact that be laKe lIckian and is entitled tto Keotvckyd support Mr Clark la gaming strength ever Uri tbe4fiJkiltImore convention We be hitTiiinTitcking to home people alyd flow that we have a chance fc3 support a home man for the1 fi slier of President we think tha the people of Washington coon t tjbotld show their loyalty to- i their old resident by turningr out cm muwe to support him on May 25th Mr Clark is looking to ward ae and is watching Wash IigtonI county because his victo rjt wo U be inconjpjete should V bn bOIl people fall to turn ou t v 1iproper numbers to show their r app reciation of him Come on tt r 7 Kay 25th and vote for him Early reports from the Demo cratlo presidential primary hel sT eeday in Nevada indicate victory for Champ Clark over Wilson The New Hampshire delegation is uninstructed but yi8 pledged to Clark The Utah r delegation is to vote for a pro greeeive on a progressive plat k form A movement to instruct for Wilson got two votes Re tiaras from California indicate a victory for Clark New Mexico lieU the Speaker itsinstruction l Frederick VIH king of Den f yrkjied at Hamburg yester diy moriiingHe was 69 years of age and had been king since j 19Q8So 3 Antioch rAs we have been absent for y soma time we will try and pre WeIwhpat has become of Bill Brains that txx we feel sure something has har + penedtohim tl O Several from here attended Mothers Day at Rock Bndg f fSunday They were Messrs yJames Snider Herbert Gilas Roy Williams and James Mad do3rEsq Mr AJ Moore sold one old + r cow to Mr Billle Sandere d price 4 Also Mrs Essie Mad i r t dox sold ber old cow too for 80 to Mr Oscur Brown near Fox Creek IMiss tuliePerkins and broth i Kqbert of near Bloomfield vis 4 jwl their cousins Misses Emma hN and Virgie Moore near this t if place Mr Herbert Qillis and Robert Perkins accompanied by Miss V1rgie Moore and LuBe Perkins t C spent Sunday morning at Tatham uSprings J f Mr G K Mitchell spent Sat a urdaya Fairview He had not been there for some time and A stiyed little longer than he inoftended and got wet as the rain over took him before he got homer Mr Sanford wir1 hove been visiting their father I If Tia Leeick eftHcINicNf poorEHSaJtLSj j WIHf Scotts Emulsion CMrects tlw ceedkioa lid builds p lie wUe Leap AUjDnmbu Scott A Eownc BloomEeld N J 1MO fMrttearris place Mr Tom Gillis wife and child ren spent Monday with Mr nearITatham Springs Mr Wake Beasley of Ver sallies made a flying trip through this vicinity Saturday Mr Elige IJruryi wife and son spent Saturday night with M s Essie MaddoxAThe Tatham Springs boys came over to Pairview and play ed the Green Briars in which the visiting boyR got defeated and were glad toretqrn home s3ettat Fair9 few in the afternoonMr spentSundayand family i Messrs John Wells James Sni der and Roy Williams spent Sup day afternoon at Willisburg otthe correspondents as we want to help make the News Leader more interesting Tangle Foot IAaI Tot Infants and Children 1Tit KM You Hays Always Bought Bears the f Xftf IXSignature Of W 72 yI Willburg The public school at this vInce closed the first of this month under the management of Prof tfc William and Miss Nora Baker Donovan McMtlanwon the prize for regular attend ante Doca van is only 10 years of age and attended school every day fo nine mouths and won the highest average being 97 + Success to you Donavan Mr J G Johnson and wif spent several days Ip Louisville last week Dr J B Yates spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near Booker Mr John Cfiristendon and wife of Lexington have come in our midst to reside having taken rooms wiih W E floe lowerMr Christcudon repre sents the Henry Clay Fire in surance Co and hasbeen in this place over a year Misses Bertha and Nora BaIt er spent Sundav at the High Bridge They joined a party at Mackville and went over in an automobile Dr M W Hyatt was in BKiom field on business last week citizens1tConvention at the Christian church in Springfield list Wednesday Mr Allen Cole and wife of Kirkland spent Satuaday and Sunday with Oscar Colvin and samily v Mr Roy Walk and wife of Hardesty visits 1latiyes hire Sunday Mr Murrell Piokston and wife Tatham Springs spent last Friday with their sqn Richaro Pinkston and faraly theifewlfe boyHaydon Robertson Hkydon t1 lett r 1L fr N iiMrr sLril 11 Louisville I JetIc South Bound North BoiiAd fNo 43NOgl No 42 No 44lNo 41INO Sun Daily Daily1 Ex Sun only Ex Sun Ex rlonly 43Q pm 725 am610 pm 820 am530 pn 30 am 522 u 1I1 NNiNi t 1NN4ttNMt h CEMENT FEED FLOORS BEST Yforly Short Period The WrIter constructed a floor 20x20 feet last September and has been us ing it almost constantly and with the greatest satisfaction Though It cost about two weeks of hard labor and 15 In caste I almost teal that I have a re turn for my outlay both in labor and cash already says a writer In an change Am quite sure I have saved 15 worth Of feed and believe the ex tra labor in carrying out corn a basket at a time through the deep mud to a dry muddy spot through all that bad weather would have al mostequaled the labor of building floor But more than this is the theIisfaction of feeding in this clean handy way which can only be appre dated by trying It Our floor was made right beside the cribs In what had been a hog wallow Stones were gathered from the gelds and laid in the bottom These were covered and leveled by smaller stones and coarse gravel then a thick layer of concrete eight parts of gravel to one of cement then the surface coat of four or flue parts of coarse sand to one part of cement the concrete baling forced to the bottom on all sides to prevent rat invasion After removing the board forms posts were set n three sides and the tame wide boards were nailed on the Idslde to the posts fitting down to the floor Thus Inclosed no teed is rooted off the floor and the cobs and other waste need cleaned oft so often With bins on one or more sides alll cobs and manure caneasily be scooped into the same and saved The floor should be slight ly lower at one corner for drainage While constructing our floor posts were set In the middle so we could di vide it for pigs and hors which rakes iIt very ronven n vari jarg a cWr f luis1 t 1Ie to slop and thE i s a a u v a pen- itickl 1 try kind of tjat t 1The Dingo The dingo is a species of wild dog found in Australia and is to that country what the wolf Is to eastern Europe and the coyote to America Hunting iii packs he isa perpetual menace to Australias chief Indus- tryt the breeding of sheep Owing to his cunning and swiftness the dingo is able to hold his own in central Australia and is likely to do so for n long tune to come notwith generousrprice set upon his head by the goo ernment InChimneyIn recomemended to put a quantity of salt into the mortar with which the Inter course of brick is laid The effect relwUIwhichtodamp days and the soot dump will tall down from becomlDgI the chimney and nay be moved raJJ NEVER WILCBEA REPETITION Business Man Has Foiwp Vhat He Can not Repeat Verbs CaatlgatlonI Over Ph eIWhen the tclophot senior partner said to the junior part nerIf H that Is that man alley just you tell him what you th ik of him even If you lay yourself lit ile to a fine for violent language The junior partner elieved himself of n few abusive epltIits but presently after a brief pau he expressed tue same sentiments ached in much milder terms Said be junior part ner There you go cr fishing again Why cant you stick what you in the first place r saldI The junior partne dropped the ceiver Supposing you co e and say It yourself he said Tile senior partner Id so but after hararfguewithIts no use he rid You cant curse f man twice jrer the phone who answers your ft it outburst with I beg your pardon I didnt quite catch that Say it agUn please That is Baileys way YIi try to say It again but the secori time it soundsipretty rank even IDI lour own ears and your tempest of age moderates Into a tranquil breez Two Leading Jap ese Industries Nearly a million a id a half families In Japan devote all jr part of their time to silk culture A million per sons are exclusively engaged in fish Jhalfoccupations glandEngland Is a coup try of great Intention i which are rare ly carried out A nation of shopkeepers was bad e ough but a noI tion of incapable undertakers Is ter rblqLondpn OPlin Ballads of Bi Ish Origin The ballads of the mountal- whites of Kentucky and Georgia are transplanted relics of the British Isles recalling the gle Saxon origin of most of the earl colonists RagTime a Mixture The origin of rgtlme Is traced directly to the Am lean negroes yett Ilragltime No Use rylngILive within your income says An drew Carnegie We could do It It th ipeople next door dl nt insist on nav leg so many things we cant alfordI Value of the EucalyptU In Europe and Africa the eucalyptus tree Is in high favftr because of its efficiency In draining swamps Fruits Comparatively New Not until the dajys of Henry VII were raspberries strawberries hUt cherries known In England Sheriffs Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes due Kentucky and Washington county the yearS indicated below t or my deputies will l on doorI MONDAY MAY 271912 offer for sale at the Court Hduse in Springfield Ky the scribed below or so rnuch will satisfy the tax andcost Springfield Precinct No 1ohnsonI The lifer interest in 10 acres listed in the nave of AnnaC and situated on Booker pike mile from Springfield tax andcosts for the earsl9lO and 1911 815 S J ANDERSON S W C EARLYA handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty faction and an goodbone and foot as you would want Hg has proven himself a great breeder He will make theseason of 1912 at my stables 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 Earlys Idamthird dam Bettie by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in the countyAt time and place BLACK GIANT A No1 Mule Jack standard and registered will make ilia season at X10 for a Mare and 8 For Horse Mule to Insure Living Colt Lien retained on all colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED DL1lWILD SQDIRRELL Will make the season of 1912 at my stables at standnand Suck WildSqiiirrell is a sorrel horse hands high with red mane ndtail He was sired by Chestnut Squirrel No 1479 he by Kenmore Squirrel No 1979 DickIIndianlWill also stand at the same time and place my fine Jack Be1g Mack Jr Sired by Joe Phillips Big Mack he by Gov WOod He will make the stason At bb For a Horse Mule and 57 For a iMare Mule to Weaning Time This isthe best Jennett Jack in the county Lien retained oh all colts to canItaken to prevent accidents but not responsible should anyoccurJ 10 ThIT EQ U Has No Equal DairyCowsAS AN EGG PRODUCER IT IS A PERFECT SEED ALCORN hayBrewersisheavierworkinghorsesA Common Sense oodjatt a Common Sense Price Oatequal and Alcorn ae cheaper to Feed than oats and coin and costs little b the bagand less by the ton THE OATh QUAL COOOLUM 3S OHIO S0 4 BY a McClure 8 Mayes aaAr 5 e Telephone 8 L SPRINGFIELD KY j m r l I ARPETSI UGSIi I Mattingslinoliums I 1 Lace Curtains Draperies CnrtainPoteC sII Dress Silks I In Changeable Taffetas Mesaline Foulards 1 37inch Swiss Flouncings50c to 75c 36inch SWISS Flouncingss59c to 3 145in 350SwissOverVal Lacesiiand Insertihgs Gents Furnishing Goods Shirts Underwear Hosiery II v AND BELTS I Clothing is the Horne of Hart IIThis Perfection respect garment Marx guaranteed Suits Clothes in IIfor Young Men Boys apd Children c I I Q t CO s I f Ii Noble Denmark JRei No 2640 i Foaled 1906 handsome Chesnut J61 hands by i Highland Denmark 730 First dam bysi Washington Denmark 64 tNoble Denmark though a young horse is rated with the best of Sires He is highly finished 1da perfect saddle horse type He is paid by welltknotai t Judges such as Wm KirbyQf Bowlin Green W G Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lillard and Elmer Railey to beta great type for a three gaited saddle stallionarid iill sure to breed that class of horses He was successfully shown by Mack Hughes last arwas never outside the money and many times firstwas never defeated bx a Stallion in model ring His twq seasons of colta i show remakable uniformity His yearling and suckling won at Bardstown and Springfield and in the sale ring have commanded good prices Noble Denmark sire and his grand sire on inicolts wer State Fair winners Consider Ms breed indivduallty his show ring qualities where go to find one his superior Noble Den 11inghis make the season at 20 To Insure a Living con ii + + t ++ t++ vw + +++ t++ ttw = tcDonald 883 J LlnaM l85j Rex Denmark 840 r- j l Lucy Mack iIJ Herzogg 56 I l Lou cSHOES PumpsBeacon npsAllmetalandtanWomens Misses and Childrenst iliPPeISin t patent gun p1etaJ tan Cunningham flu1CLIll I KentuckyIr r v RedBirdJri f RedBird Jr is a rich brown 15 hands 3 inches high weighs 1160you zde is sired by the famotis Old ned Bird and iis known as the stallion farm hvo years ago by Thurman Peters and in thei handsomebrownanybodye1sesaddleMadamLyle fj trottingprtrjepitorRed BrawnheWilkes46S2dbrino Chief n Red oneseasontsweepstakest 1 I j 12 To Insure foii t Ij withstand my same Jacks at IO to ii surea li ingieplt Season is due when mares triided off or parted with i V 3B LE CHMANtI SPRINGFIELfMY w4W + w t J idjtJJiti litrWWJiiL Vi4Wt1iilitil NiililiiiWtiliWlMiliiMi WiliiliHiHi Ylliiiliilr f REX MOiNROE 20631 iiFo Public ServiceSeason AT = 1912K- ALARAMA 5 3 FARM Springfield KYi wk t HtC 45g2 MV i Criglers Derimark Daughter of Blac Sq uirrelfSS t Star Gajnes Denmark 61 t Miss Hume 0 aDp hr Denmark 65 Daughter of tT Washington Denrnark64 INot traced JfJ Star of the Wet E l1ugtiter of Mohawk j Black Eagle 74 Ej Mollie F Star DaIJ HQilf pehmarkPS stins Mare 43 Edwin EoreatlWl R Not traced f E IGaines Denmark 61lMag by Drennon Deans Copperbottom itDaughter of Tom Hal In taking this really great son of old Rex McDonald 833 from Missouri and bridging him Into Kentucky at a price so far as we are aware far in excess of any sum ever before paid for a horse brought from thatState to this or carried from this State to that we feel that we are contributing our mite to the saddlehoree interests 1 believehe=3 McDonald Chief his cnly sons except this horse now owned In FMonroe is the only horse living whose first and second dams arR both by RexGaines r sbyDeans Copperbot m andhls fourth dam was byold Tom Hat flenogg lib the sIre four yearn et he produced some of the greatest brood mares now owned in Missouri co Sumpter Denmark 65 tho sire of hit second dam was shown 106 times and won 106 blue ribbons Rex Monroe thelatterrwith 1 grand tailno perfectly carried naturally It has never been touched with a knife and needs no artificial stimulant At the conclusion of his last performance atnhe St Lonis gorse Show the late Mr Rasa Railey as gooda judge of a realsaddle horse as any pronoun lhim themost Perfect type of the American horso he had ever seen We saw only four colts by him at Mr Greenwelrs barn till of them S yearo saddieIIone and we do not believe there isa horse inKeatuckY that at anything near his age could chow such S tiojial colts They aU had the speed the action and the aitof mat show horses Comeand look Rex over and see him step some and If you are disappoint we will pay your fares no difference how tar you come IMares will be kept on grass at 300 per month and fed grain at actual cost If they are not properly cared for you pay nothing Write us for stud card and largo picture of this horse FEE 50 TO INSURE A LIVJNG COLT = BourbonsBe8ti495 and Red King L 2732 and our two fine Jacks Jack Of fj S Diamonds and Gov Billie are alto being offered for public service See tkk fstock before breeding THURMAN PETERSSpingnldKyI t f ftHnt t mt Ift m 1 tt E r iI r 11 DRRI GT7URTON i RRSiDENT DENTIST All Work Guaranteed t 1 PflONE162R f aszczHagfl BIOck upatalra SPRINGFiELD KY t Y I t fy 1JR J C nUPD Pljbitoi f and Surgeon I Office ours 3 to 9 am Ito2pm Offices over Haydons Drugstpr 1 WI- i F GRIGS BY AtTORNEY AT LAW t tOlflce oviff Peoples Bank cr 8PIUNOFJELU KY i D MW HYATT Office over Rdd Cross Drug 4 5 Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 I m to 12W4tO5P + 1 Me WILLIAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty t WYMAYES fUNERAL uiHtCTOB i AND LICENSED EMBALMER t TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY DR K F TRUSTY r PRACTICAL DENTISTfOffice over Haydon Barber Pental work atreaOnab1eprices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD K Y Itfioblr SlacK Farm Red Light Ho 2272 by Lightfoot Brummell 1524 he by Beau Brummell First darn Daisy Glenn 7611 he by Dr Canns GlenbrookJRed sorrell with stripe in face two f stockings 1634 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without a pimple He has been shdwn every year of his life except two Been shown in barness rings fivegaited saddle Vrings three gaited saddle rings and double team nngs and has been a good winner in all named classes Has de feated a great many of the best stallions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good horses as Marvel King Undulatta King Star McDonald Gov Beckharnand too many j Vto mention He is a champion among champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts re in Meriting those great doing qualities of his also about twothirds of those have his color He will hold his court at Knob Creek Stock Farm Lame Co t KYVat 425 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at 2 per month fed grain if desired at reasonable price S J THOMPbON Manager and Owner Tie Kentucky Unisery Co j Incorporated Landscape Work Our Specialty Shade Ornamental andV Pi uit Trees Shrubs Hedge and Flowers iNurseryi Road pear Louisville VWrite for atalog eeV Adolph flepin ri Xitcal RepfeseQtative r Fruitand ShadeJrees Strawberry Plants Grape Vines Asparagus VIRhubarb Rosa Peonies- v to4and Phlox wrjtilDgjh For Orchard Lawn 1 and Garden Prte CMaloj N Agents H F HiltanicjerStns5 LexlUJkn ri 1 L Hprae Breaking 1 If t fVpesIre to notify the public 1haI am now prepared tb han Trie1 joiin hore4 witi break your hors tti ride and drive Terms 20 per tnouth See meat the Dig barv fttVthe Pair VG ands FRED JJIRNETT OO roinh i I TOWNLocal tJ W8 HaW Happenings oT Inters Freshest and Latest II All About Yourself Friend and Acquaintances II H 9 9U andrpigs W H Leachman Ice Cream Freezers and Water Copiers at Barber Pettus FOR SALERhode Island Red eggs 50 cents per setting Mrs J W Tucker New trimmed bats at Mrs Williams Four burner oil tove range with Boss oven 2000VCampbell BrosV New flowers new shapes new trimmed gocds just in at Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Chris Hertlein are rej icing over the arrival of a caugbterV Whie Guinea eggs for sale 50 cents per settingVL A Barber Mr W N Stumpb Rut No 3 has for sale fine white Pekin duck eggs 50 cents per setting of 13 Indian Runner Puck Eggs 50s per setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss Lida Grundy The old tried and testedPer fection Coal Oil Stqves at Barber Pettus 1Mrs C L Brady rr3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 100 fur the first setting and 75 cents for second FOR SALE Rubber tire bucgy used only 8V months Arnold make Tine Cecil rr 2 Mr Turner Derringer has for sale Barred PJymoth eggs 50c per settingof 16VThree burner oil stoves with Boss oven 1150 crptrI Bros fmpIbellRemembev we give you abBo1 lutely free a handsome graph with each purchase Mrs WilliamsI Leachman Campbells is the place to buy your refrigrators and ice boxes Will save you money and get what you wan tI A big Stock of refrigrators and ice boxes on display at Leach man Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now while you have a big stock to select from JLOST On last Sunday between my home and St Rose a Coral Rosary Finder will please return to Miss Dissie Hill Rev J O Collevsc subject at the Baptistchurch Sunday morning will be The Christians Assurance j The patrons of Booker will give a pie supper at the school house on Saturday night May 25 for benefit of the school Everybody invited I have purchased tool grinder and am prepared to grind all kinds of tools and farming implements J M Tumey Mackville Ky Shultz Cleaver now have on exhibition in their window bath room fixtures The fixtures are made of the best m teral and those wishing in this line should seethemV Thejlist of delinquent tax payers will be published in this pa per in a few weeks All persons knowing that they owe taxes and desiring that their names be not pqolished now have a chance to come forward and settle Well attention to the sale of Mrd L Haydon asadvertised in this issue of tboroughbred stock and just the kind of which we deed more in Washington countjy and it is to be hoped that someone in the county will seize the opportunity to keep them here Btn Landaster colored who was arrested last week on a charge of housebreaking was brought out before Judge Litsey Monday fur his examining trial The Commonwealth finding that TOPICS i 2 thelchrgeand he was neld over to await the action of the grand jury on a charge of petit larceny Tonight 5 reels at the Walnut Street Theatre NOTICE STOCKMENI have a good Jack which I will either sell orfarm R L Clements Perfection Oil Stove 3 burner with latest improved over 1150 at Shultz Cleavers Certain sections of the county were visited by a small sized cy clonB last Saturday At Valley Hill the wind blew with great velocity taking large branches from trees and blowing others own The storm was accomp anied by an electrical storm The home of Mr John Peterson near Texas was struck by lightning and his wIJe severely shock ed This week has b en commence ment week at the Springfield Graded School The graduates commencement will be held at the Opera House Friday May 24th This week however the under grades have each had their day All the entertainments from the tiny tots in the first grade to the eighth have given splendid entertainments reflecting the careful and pain staking training they havere ceived from their teachers Closing exercises of the class es will be concluded at the schoolhouse Friday evening May V19 with a well arranged program by High School students Public is cordially invited The Commencement exercises willbexheld at the Opera House Friday evening May 24 Pro gram will be announced in full in next issue o papejA Judge I H Thurman and Mr C F Bosloy haye purchased an interest in the Planters Tobacco Warehouse with Mr Taridy Quisenberry Mr Quiseuberry has been conducting the house very successfully for the last two years and is an expert to bacco man wb believes in a square deal to everybody The new members are men who will add greatly to the business both being prominent men ofthe county Mr Bosley will be ac tively engaged in helping con duct the business ChautauquaThe Knott Chautauqua will hold its seventh annual as sembly at the Uhautauqua grounds at Lebanon this year from July 3d to July 12th The best talent tthat culd be had has been secured and those who at attend may expect a good entertainment New Hotelkeeper Mrs Ida Clarkson and Mr Chas McKinney her brother have leased the Springfield Ho ton Main Cross Street and will condnct it this rear Both are well qualified to lieep a hotel both having had experience in that line before Mrs Clarkson privatebQardlng for the past year and has bean very successful Now that she is better prepared lor the busi ness persons who patronize the hotel may expect to find a first class hotel DR v MINING- VbENTI SPRINGFIELD VKY Offices over McElroyfe Sbaders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 io 12 fltq4t Billy Claybrooke o Leave We egret to savt that we are to lose one of our beat citizens lin the immediate fuiure Hon W D Claybrooke bas accepted a position as GeneralI Manager and Secretary of tise Butler Oil Co of Birmingbat Bahama where he and bis family will move in the near uture Mr Clavbrooke is a ma with great public spirit and en erprise and his leaving will be great loss Ilo thecounty as ht always took an active part in a things that tended to the better heut of the public and was to tJe public in terest He is connected with many of the publ enterprises in Springfield and Washington county where he Ts always an active member Tbe position which he has accep ed is a very responsible one jpd pays a large salaryuBi y is a very pleasing man oein3 very social able with all H is familiary known to eyerybc ly in Washington county as silly Clay brooke Althougb we regret to lose Mr dlas bro ke from our county vet we el confident that tie will make a success iu bis new business HumphreyDugaiii The Louisville fpipers contain ed the announcement of the marriage ot Mr Roy Dugan and Miss Katie Hun hrey winch was solemnized at Jeffersonville by Squire Jame S Keigwin Mr Dugan is a rominent farmer and is a very orthy young man while his tride who is a very pretty and attractive young lady is one of oifr most prominent schoolteachers Pope Buckman Mr Wm Buck an and Miss Susie Pope wer married in Louisvil ev Father SulHyan The wedding came as somewha of a surprise to the people her as very few knew that the edding was to occur Mr Buck nan is a well known man of th county and is liked by ever v dy while his bride who is a da ighter of the late Mrs Margart t Pope in one ofhe Countys lleading school teachers They arrived lHome lat night and a large party of friends of both parties wer at the train to greet themIfi NoOe My accounts ire now in the hands of Polin Polin for col lections All persons indebted to me will settle with them James S Moran Pormertpropne3r Acme Meat Market IEiR N4L Fon W 0 LjcChcrd was in Bardstown Tuesipy hniHon J Lewis was in Greensburg this week Mr and MrejJ 1 McOabe were in Louisvil this week Miss Mab r Williams is in Louisville this w ek Mrs Margan t Norman and son are in Louisville Hon VoF G rigsby wes in Bardstown Moric ay Mrs W F Tjibsty is visiting her mother at NI iw Hope Mis Mary Connor spent yesterday in Lebanon I j Mr E S Meg Jr attended X x 4iicO ij SA1101 JHaving more stock than lean g prop erly Ky take care of I will on the street a1a1and 1 J MONDAY MAY 27 1 12 t about2 pmoffer for sale two regii tered Short 1 IIa Bull Calves both roans ana fine individuals the best of breeding one eleven t le other six months old also at same time 3 very fit e I Shorthorn cows one with heifer talfJ y Iegiiteredi iother two to calve and may sell one or cows ThIs stuff is high class and it wi be a good opportunity for anyone wanting the beIt of Breed ing stock I j I I G L HAY 1Nt4i the hog sale at Beuchel KYJ yesierdayVMr W KR bertson is inI Minnessotatbis w ek Mrs John CtShader andI daughter Miss Emma and J Conway and daqght r iss May spent the first of the IT kin Louisville1V Mrs yesterday J Y Mayes was in Lou Mr A R Shultz was in Bards town Saturday Supt J W Bush is in Frank fort tbis week to attend the meeting of County School BuI perintendents IMiss Mary Gleason is spending a few daysin Louisville II Messrs H M Moss T C JOhUFIrSlmms F A McCabe went to the ndI Saturday 1IIMr and Mrs J 1 Royalty waiVe in Louisville last week Mrs S C McGill and daughter Miss May spent several days in Louisville this week Messrs Joe Pettus John 1 McElroy and H Mv Moss were in Bardstown yesterday MISS banny K Smith is spend ing the weekat Loretto Rob Russell was in Lebarion yesterday Notice The winter time is going and the spring and summer time has come and the trees and bushes are ouLin their old clothes that look like new so tp hayejour clothes likell1w such as suits lacfes siiks gloves hats and shoes have them dry cleaned and they will look like new done oy Scott system of dry cleaning and does not effect colors nordoes Jt shrink and brings a fine finish on the dain tiest fabrics as well as on animal fabrics Also dyeing bats re blocked and garments made to measure This work is done by the Hpr lR rl onfMN8tlOn at Bank Phone 6R F W BADMBAUEH Prop- SprlDgtield Ky VHilisboro Mr Harry Ohesher and family sp nt Saturday and Sunday with Ills father Mr Robt Cbresher Mrs Mary E Shields and throe sons spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Shields and wife of near Chaplin Mr Walter Hanby and wife spent last Monday with Mr Erastus Perkins and family Miss Mollie Shields has re turned home after visiting a week with her sister Mrs To ley Griffey Mr and Mrs Charley Heelard and Samuel Cotter Henry Settles spent last Sunday with Mr John Armstrong and wife Mr Erastus Derringer spent Saturday with his brother Mr Clarence Derringer- Mr and Mrs Walter Hanbjf spent last week wtb his brother Mr Ed Hanby and wife of Jefferson Co Rey A C Piukston will thirdI JIA Sims will hold services there Mrs Laura Scruggs spent Tuesday with Miss Mary E Shields of this place spentIjMrs D P Casteel Litsey r Miss Mary Bruce has returned to tier home in Perry vilk after spending the winter with Dr J H Hopper and wife iSIvisitingMiss Emma Po in spent the week end with Mss Elizabeth Logodon Miss Mabel Pric was the guest of Miss Lavenia OConner one night last week Mr Calvin Caldweli has re turned to Maysville after spend ing several weeks wth Miss Annie Kelly hiiJatherI M VanA sdale are visiting friends Springfield Mr J 0 Poltir lost a very valuable howe this week Mr and Mrs iFred YanArs dale spent Tuesday night with relatives in Springfieldi 00srOt aa iwtht at2 r EARLY J3IKEr l The BlueRibbon Winner v Fee 1500 to Insure a Uvihg Colt 4II jRedBir 4 j f II l lIl J Mattie JJ I fEarly Bird is Chestnut Sorrel 15J hands high star arid foaled 1909 weight about IJOM Heayy and walkfnghorsewas by Mock Hughes atDanville Harrodsburg Perryville Stanford Springfield and Monticella last and seven blue and sIX red ribbbns winning more blue ribbons outside the county than any other sta1lion in the county Be sure to him before you breed Servie fee when is foalod or when mare s parted wIth andbred el sewberh Len ra tamed on colt to secure service Care taken to prevent accident but rot responsible should any accur At same time place will also stand my two fine jacks t 4t CotClarkjViio j o pas proven superb 10 TO INSURE A COLT TO STAND SUCK d J THE O D will also make the season This jack is in fine shape and is ready and willing at all times This wellknown for C9mment enviable speeks for Itself 10 TO INSURE A TO STAND AND SUCK IVI NALiY1Ilmil- es town oh Mackville pike Ky R TRACED TO BENCH AND BAR Phrases That Have Become House hold Words Dropped From the Lips of rsttIt appears that judges ran have contributed liberal share to theI stock of papular sayings saysa writer in the Green Bag It is Francll Bacon who speaks of platters that come home to mens business and bosom who lays down the axiom that knowledge Is power ho utters that solemn warning toenamored beneaicHe that bath wife and children bath given u tages to fortune We have the high authority of Sir Edward Coke for declaring that cor poratlons have no souls that mans house is his castle aI The expression An accident of an accident is borrowed from LordI Thurlow The greatest the greatest number occurs in Bent ham but as an acknowledged transla t don from the jurist BedcmlaITo Leviathan Hobbes we owe maxim Words are wise mens tbIsI ters but the money of fools John Selden who suggests that by throwing straw into the air one may see the way of the wind and to his contemporary Oxenstiern is due theIdiscovery With bow little wisdom the world governed Mackintosh first used the phrase a wise and masterly inactivity The schoolmaster is abroad is from 1Ina mockery and snare delusJonI certain biblical ring which has sometimes led to its being quoted as from one or other of the Hebrew prophets The words are In fact an extract from the Judgmept of Lor Denman at the trial of OConnell BREAD AS OLD AS MANKIND the1PresentUsed It for Food That very respectable and useful and cheesehave fpr so long been closely associated th one might have supposed them atIhave been born about the same and to have been brought up in others company through the ages It would seem however that bread can boast of much moxie honorable antiquity than its sister cheese which so far as can discover is a com paratively mdern invention There is of course nothing to prove that the ancient Britons did not make cheese but if they did they failed to leave behind them even so much as a pnr tlon of the rind The history of bread on the other hand can easily be traced back to the earliest times both In this aa other countries In Switzerland in particular abundant proof has been forthcoming from time to time that the art of baking was quite well understood by our prehistoric ancestors excavations conducted on the site of some of the numerous lake dwellings of that country showing that both milling and baking must have been recognized occupations even so far back SB Stone Age Stone in fact was indispensable to both processes millinglandbut bcead Itself In large quantities has been disinterred No Pleasure j A barrister having wearied court by tedious plea was thoI rupted by adjournment and said shall have the pleasure of addressing Ithe court then on Friday Very chief jjustice The court wilt hear you on Friday but pleasure was out of the question long agoThO Green Dag IWaa 102 and Didnt Knowlt John Wilson a naval pensioner who has died at Bexhlll Sussex aged 103I Jld know that he was a tenarian His true age wa only die covered after his death when his oaval service papers were examined Previously his age had been estimat ed from daU of his baptIsm at 9V Loadoa DtJljr M Vj 1955II Liza qritrinY Chestnut Dare Hamilton 4019 j t Cab ell Lexington 4234 j 11t1 frter ii rBiieYSDe1Jjj J lIo+ i 7tlL ICeter DaWj- ljl Dauntot ri l Beau Brummel of Kenmore Sallie B ifGislkaui to j1ynain t Tf- jC bells Lexthton 1 1ft1 f iiL jBIackSquirr153Ij J hnieGarrett7ZelCfi1ef4 1 r1 l l l6aua jSpaldingsCorbaulDa a snip manei j year won see due colt i fee and CLARK jftXt r j AND DICK FARROTT JAO jackJ3toohis reputation t COLT W3 from Springfield 50 Lawyersi and a a and a a a couplebread all a ont d the i a thtInot the I I II1ewelDenmark7Q a u1t r i I a I Ii Hall ilamhltoll 44432 tThis fine trottingbred stollion will makthe season of 1912 atmy rplaceonechalf mile from Fr erickstown onfBardstown road at i JIO TOJnsur a living Colt 1 Hal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha i 28376 dam 1= Elkmaid by Ekhon 13909 granddani Sarah Francis by Madrid 1835 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Tennessee Wilkes 2735 he by = George Wilkes record 222 Alpha Js dan Tallulah by Brown = TrI ckhVsame place will sui55 iI BlaollfawkqJr a = Black Jack 15 hands high lyearsoloV He Is by LitseyaXHdj II Black Hawk he by Gov Wood 1Fiust darn by LoganTr 2d damp 1 blackJennett with good p inta He haS provento bgood breeder t several of his colts sold last year for 125 Hewill make the season = At 10 for a Mare Mule and 8 for iI Horse Mlle Will Serve Jennets at S 12 C Will also at the same time and place stand my Jack IIJohn ll1 Xr I IIJBy the old Dick Parrot Jack and out of a Spanish Jennetfc H s has proven himself a sure foalggtter and his edIts speak for them selves He will mal e the season at 5 so For p Horse Mule and 8 For aHarc Mule 3 1 Lien retained on all coltsjired by either horse or jacks for Bervica = fee Money due when the fact is ascertained mart parted with or Ibred to another horse or jack pare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur1 = STABLE Houns6 toaam 1130 amy to Iprn and 5tb 7 pm Anyone calling at these hours will always find some one at the = barn otherwise you might have to wait If If i HAMILTON I FrederickstoWDKyII ar BreakeijWillI ckstowji and six miles from t Springfield a v= r 12 To Insure a Colt to Stand inj Suck V San Breaker Trials 217 I2 and 216 14 brown horse 15 84 hands high foaled 1903 half brother to Meddle Connor triaLO San Breaker is by San Matbo 21255 he by Simmons 2744he by George Wilkes 1st dart Jenniei L tr 215 12 by Nntbreak 2952 j he by Nutwood 600 Money due when colt is foaled mare parted With or bred t eJaf 1where A lien retained on colts fot service lee r Will also at same time and place stand the fiherJack r i 1 i OVenilOf flacI t Governor Me is black Jajbktwith white points lS handsA incnf and haspro en himself to be isire foal Hejwiifllnakethe iseasont 1 t I V8for JWWffletoji a Horse Mule and 10 for a Mare Mule ReliablandCoipTeiensiYeTelepIioiicS Sift 1 Is necessary to conduct sucxessfuU lbjzauieiis enterprise Tie CwmW land Telephone arid Telegraph Col nitnyrgiyeSyoQ a unlyer wrvW At is local conneclfongvwith all citizzifn oaf town ana Long PjiftiiPt eoi nections to all putsidelmportantcjtiea s andt6ww You jet tWctlwM you pay for Call our Manager for furtherimftsrmation uTH d notfor cheap telephone service but for J lUflift and comprehs M phone service jT VCUMBERLAND TEL PflONR TELEOlClPji mipAno1Incorporated Cf j i EHEC nl DaiN xr KENNEDY COUGH SYRUPFoXL4IA1T rl1 t i Judge 2r YaitIwkr 4ILTMMICQsM7I want to they8 nothln to nln Sde ae responded Bess sullenly Tell ker tkfnr began Carrlng J Joa Mt B M interrupted him 41 know wtat yo want She aint ter out or nothln when she sees 4Igot sense enough fo that Caniagtoa looked at her curiously TMiiaay be a serious business for your jeepJf l he said significantly 4 aa4 iratekM ker narrowly Art ycHMrtl may get killed I reck jtaJf 7r otto do anything bad j JiJMyik jfV dot mind much what tMtir slier ik answered with a karA little lau k as jibe went from M ui 7 Mat 14 Carrlngton to the ne f Wha ike kad seen the abln door fe Eu and her lantern and tSerwbJ acroM the clearing Reach 1 iactke kayett Mdc they began apolse theytJwOeolle Can you swim t he ak iYee Mar i HIha C down Into the water and I 4M tie canoe farther along the shore ijHLlQT Qoda sake no sound he 1MiUt erjb ilaceil a second hundred t themselves and the keel k i ilirtkTii manners then he 4 5Geerge krlig Ute dugout to the hadI aa4 tkey embarked Keeping the wclew of the trees that fringed tM akore Carrlngton paddled silent lyabout Ue bead of the bayou George ke at length said bend tef toward the negro j my horse Is tied In tbe woods on the rightband 14e l the roM Jusi where you were take from tke carriage last night jreq eai ke at Ben Plain Inside of an 4 kear Leekkere Masr Calngton those 2SeUtI reaterls kin to Boss Hicks 1Ike get his kand joa me first dont t ItPi a heaps of times fotchln let teri fajOlaar Toni added Georgel Wko were tke letters forT asked the Kentucklaa greatly surprised Tky was fo that Captain J urrell 5us like klm and Masr Tom waa Slxe4 up la a sight of business tomenwas this recently Inj quired Carrlagton He was turning ems tkUi astonishing statement of the steTe over In WeIl Be Maflr seems like they aint JK thick here recently 1 reckon ypuM better keep away from the big house yet a while said Carrlngton Instead of going there stop at the Belle Plain landing YouJl lata raft tied up to the shore it be bags to a man named Cavendish Tell him what you know that Ive found KIM Malroy and the boy tell him to cut off and drift down here Ill run the keel boat aground the first chance r I get so tell him to keep a sharp i I rJ8okoutI6 P The Keel ioat 31 few minutes later they had sepa I rated George to hurry away In search ef the korse and CarrIngton to passI Sback alosg the shore until he gained r a point opposite the clearing q iwkJaUed shrilly three times and eI an interval of waiting heard the splash of oars and presently saw a skiff steal out of the gloom t Wkos there f It was Bess who asked the question cSCarrington he answered Lucky yon aint met the other man she said as she swept her skiff alongside the Dank Lucky for him you mean Ill take t 1 the gar added Carrlngton as he seateredt tne skiff aibwllr the clearing lifted out of the r darn1eai then the keel boat became distinguishable and Carrlngton t checked the lkffbr a backward Sibroke of the oars Wi There HeUof was ke no lecJtt 11 ball and j JCsemttke skiff forward lie felt that ke was rUklng all nowJWhat do you wantr asked a surly Tolce t You want Slosson quickly prompted the girl In a whisper F want to see Slosson said Car rlBgton glibly and with cdntidenco and oncft more be checked the skiff Vkofbe you Murrell sent you prompted the t girl again Ina hurried whisper astonishji Murrell cried the voice sharply i jme said Carrlngton qUICK fi 11j as though coppletlng ch riiniJu 1t Itkf4 sentence Tbe girl laughed uenr 0 ouily under her breath 4 j JRpw closter came the sullen f comnraira and the Kentucklad did he was bidden Four men stood In the bow of the keerBbat a lanteru was raised aloft and by its light they 4bim over There was a mo S meats silence broken by Carrington fib uJr r Children Cry fOr Fletchers r f 5 bC C VV e N cThe Kind You Have Alwayp Bbnglit and which has teen in use for over 30 years hqs borne the signature of 9 and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy elveroulnth1sAUJmtExPerimentsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastoria Is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and So btiiing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Vorins and allays Fcverishncsa It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assiiuilateS the Food regulates the Stomach mid Bowels giving heAlthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ABears the Signature of 0 uThe lUnd You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years 77 TOECT Whos Therejtyniaswi1Question svnicn one of you Is Slosson And he sprang lightly abard the keci boat Im Slpsson answered the man with the lantern The previous night Mr Slosson had been somewhat un der the enlivening and elevating fluence of corn whisky but now he was his own cheerless self and ruth er Jaded by the passing of the hours which he had sacrificed to an irk some responsibility What word dc you fetch from the captain brother he demanded Miss Malroy Is to be taken down river responded Carrington Slosson swore with surpassing flu ency Say were five ablebodied inca risking Our necks to oblige him You can get married a damn sight easier than this ft you go about It rightIvE done It lots of times Not under- standIng the significance of Slossons allusion to his own matrimonial ca reer Carrihgton held his peace The tavernkeeper swore again with un impaired vigor Youll find mighty Ifew men with more experience than me he asserted shaking his head But If you say the word Im all for getting shut of this answered Carrington promptly with a sweep of his arm I call these pretty close quarters Still shaking his head and mutter Ing the tavernkeeper sprang ashore and mounted the bank where his slouching figure quickly lost itself In the night Carrington took up his tatlon o3 the flat roof pf the cabin which tilled the stern of the boat Hl was remem berlng that day In the sandy Barony roadand during aH the weeks and months that had Intervened Murrell working In secret had moved steadily toward the fu tilment of his de sires Unquestlon ibly he had been back of the attack on Norton had spired his subsequent murder and the mans sinister and mysterious power had never been suspected Cafring ton knew that the horsethieves anti slave stealers were supposed to main tain a loosely knit association he wondered If Murrell were not the moving spirit in some such organiza thou If Id only pushed my quarrel with Wm he thought bltterJyIHe heard Slossons shuffling step In the distance a word or two when ho spoke gruffly to some one and a zoo ment later ho saw Betty and the boy their forms darkly sllbouetteA against the lighter sky as they moved along the top of the bank Slosson with out any superfluous gallantry helped his captives down the slope and aboard the keel boat where he locked then In thq cabin the dnr tlfublN I Are You Bias tiiiC Woi iellerreM P Some of the time really ill Catch cold easily and frequently suffer fern itiIior headache P The reason is that your system does not rid itself ff ef the pefeea ta tfce Wood just as impossible as it is for the grotc of a stove to rid itaeK ef shakers The waste does to us exactly what the clinkers do to the stoveIrite the ire bun low until enough clinkers have accumulated and then prevent ljs tanis at all Your liver is sluggishyou are dull and heavysleep docs not I PlcrccGalterallyroot stone and Vteesi reel without the use of alcohol No matter how strong the constitution the stomach 1apt to be out of kilter at times in conse yX S quesce the blood is disordered for the stomach is the labo 7 ratorjr for the constant manufacture oL blood MM BENJ fliis olJPort Dover Ont Box S6 wrlta I hare ben arcat snffererfor year from throat trouble catarrh Indigestion nlOironblesbioaUng 1Mianiauy withsthrough For nineteen years I this smyqI rendlThiMettol Dtaeovety and Dr Saes Catarrh Remedy I have taken the GoMen Medical Dlosorcry and Pleasant Pellets and hive utcd five eYer7th1nartworkLi and somerJIII8Dr Piercc3 Pleasant Pclets regulate liver and owclsJJ rWell cast off plenN answered Carringtpn Thus far nothing had occurred to mar his plans If they could but quit the bayou befor rrrirn f the man vili tile rt 4 om aim s 1 a ob l life Tile loa had hecn cast off and the crew with their etthlg poles were forcing the boat away from the bank All was quietly done except for an occasional order from CarTington no word was spoken and soon tho un wieldy craft glided into the sluglsh current and gathered way Mr 31os U2ntociai character continued to stand at Carringtons elbow What have we between here and the river inquired the latter It was best he felt not to give Slosson an opportunity to ask questions It narrows considerably pardner but Its a straight course said Slos ton Black In yonder aint it he added nodding ahead The shores drew rapidly together They were leaving the llakelike panse behind In the silence above the rustling of the trees Carrlngton heard the first fret of the river against its bank Slosson yawned prodigiously r I reckon you aint needing JDe1 he saidSBetter go up In the bow and get andSiossondown from the root of the cabin and stumbled forward The ceaseless murmur of the rush ing waters grew in the stillness as the keel boat drew nearer the hurry Ing yellow flood and the beat of the Kentuckians pulse quickened Would he find the raft there He glanced back over the way they bad come The dark ranks of the forest walled off the clearing but across the water a dim point of IIgl f was visible He1 fixed its position as somewhere near the head of tbe bayou Apparently it was a lantern but as be looked a ruddy glow crept up against the sky line From the bow Bunker had been ob serving this singular phenomenon Suddenly he bent and roused Slos son who had fallen asleep The tav ernkeeper sprang to bin feet and Bunker pointed without speaking Mebby you can tell me what that light back yonder means cried Slos son addressing himself to earring ton as he spoke he snatched up ills rifle Thats what rm trying to make out answered Carrington Hem cried Slosson and tossed his gun to his shoulder What seemed to be a breath 6f wind lifted a stray lock of Carting tons hair but his pistol answered Slosson In the same second He fired at thd huddle of men In the bow of the boat and one of them pitched for ward with his arms outspread Keep back you he said and dropped oft the cabin roof His promptness had bred a momen tary panic thel Blossons bulllike voice began to roar commands but in that brief instant of surprise and shock Carrington had found and with drawn the wooden peg that fastened tile cabin door He had scarcely done this when Slosson came tramping aft supported by the three men Calling to Betty and Hannibal to es cape In the skiff which was towing astern the Kentuckian rushed towara the bow At his back he heard the door creak on its hInges as it was pushed open by Betty and the boy and again he called to them to escape by tho skiff The fret of the current lund crown steadily and from beneath the wideflung branches or tne trees which here met above his head Car rlngton caught sight of the star spccked arch of tile heavens beyond They were issuing from the bayou He felt the river snatch at the keel boat the buffeting of some swift eddy and sow the blunt bow swing off to the south as they were plunged Into the black shore shadows But What he did not see was a big muscular hand which had thrust Itself out t f the Impenetrable gloom and clutched the side qr the keel b at Cc fncldent with this there arose perfect babel of voices highpitched and shrillShoI bet its him Sholts Un cle Bobs nevvyI Sho you can hear emf She theyre shootln guns BhpP rt ft t t okot Pea14Q394Recordt Gi Itfti Bay ibe 13 hands iIj weIght 1250 Jb5 roated sureofj seasonal the Fair Grounds at r f I 5150 Insure a Living Coltor10 Cashat time of Servic Jpko 24457 Bumps2O3l4 Sire of 79 in 230 Including B renda Yorke204iFereno 2051l Native Belle SilverSil 209UGo thedramvester 201 t IRecord2 Dam of Moko Pearl 2281 due when colt foaled parted with He Nimbly and the Fight glance In LaunchedIlmseltthe sounds There the shore tile dun taking shape It was now can pled by a wealth of pale gray smok that faded from before his eyes at the darkness lifted Turning be saw losson and his men clearly Surprint and consternation was depicted on each face The light f teed From the hint stone hearth pi the raft ascended a tall column of me which rendered visible six plgmjlj figures towheaded and wonderfully ocal who were toll ing like mad at be huge sweeps The light showed ore than this It showed a lady plump and pleasing presence smokln a cobplpo while she fed the flre fro Ia tick stuffed with straw It show two bark shanties a line between hem decorated with the neverendlnf Cavendish wash It showed a roqs perched on tile ridgepole of on of these shanties InI the very act ofl rowing lustily Hannibal wh bad climbed to the roof of the cab shrieked for help and Betty added her voice to his All right Ne ry came the cheer ful reply as ancy threw himself over the side o the boat and grap pled with Sloss Uncle Bob Undo Bob cried HannibalIhad a simple hi sincere faith in the supernatural id even with the Scratch Hillert big bands gripping his throat hoc Id not rid himsclf of the belief that lie was the ghost of a murdered maI Youll dogs licking from mo j Yancy grimly been saving it you Cavendish proud spirit i rec greatly whoseIhim to the prat eeot peace pared for battl Springing togetherIcan slide down a thorn ocust and never bhoute wasIthen he launcl himself nimbly and with enthuslas Into the thlclrof the fight It was r Bunkers unfortunate privilege sustain the onslaught of the Earl of ambeth The light ora the Cavendish hearth contlnj dto brighten the scene for Poll was recklessly sac rificing her bes straw tick Indeed her behavior wa In every way worthy of the noble all nee she had formed gooutthe six small Cxvendlshes from rIsk- Ing life and li4ti in the keel boat ward which t y were powerfully drawn 0espl activities she found time to ill to Betty and Han- nibalj on the In roof Jump down ere that aint no fit tin place for t mall to stop In with figbtlnI and Hanni with the little Cavendishes floAing about them MrJ Yancys quest o his nevvy had taken an enduring bd on their Imaglna tlon For weds it had constituted their one vital jtoplc and the tight came merely aIIIsatisfying background for this Intere t ig restoration Sho1 they got him Shoho want no blggi than Richard Sho Oh cried etty with a fearful glance toward ho keel boat Cant you stop them What fo t isked Polly opening f hack ave cry wide Bless yo L IRecord Sire Sireof19in of 152 iin Grand Sire of sireof dams 210I to Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230k Granddam of in 230 Hinder Thomas 40393 Sireofl in 230 Siiti of dam of 230 V Isolene Dam of Little Pearl 221 granddam of Moko Pearl 28 George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 Sire of dams of 207 3l6inBelle PatchenrGreat brood mare Strathmore 408 Sire of 89 in 230 Sire of dams of 212 Grandsire of 228 in 230 1 Princess Ethel Gr broodmare Hinder Wilkes 8685 Sire of 48 in 230 Sire of dams of 15 Grandsire of 13 in 230 Heralga Dam of sire- Piumstone3269 OSIre Alice Lorafne LittlePearl Moko Pearl 228 Is Ot lred lweY t tt tier Ir neighborlid IMeanwliiio tenacr nearti1 you buT cc= UJ ww ry none we got them strange gentlemen licked like they was a passel of children Connie youall mind that fire She accurately judged the outcome oft the fight The boat was little better than a shambles with the Havoc wbenIlowed them whooping his triumph as he came CHAPTER XXIX The Raft Again Yancy and Cavendish threw them selves on tile sweeps andworked tic raft clear of the keel boat then the turbulent current seized the smaller craft and whirled it away Into the nigtiaajtfljblick bulk receded from b Core his eyes the parr TrfLafflbBUi spoke with the voice authority and experience It was a good light and them jfef lows done well but not near well enough A conclusion that could not be gainsaid He addcJ Noono aint hurt but them that hid ought to have got hurt Mr Yancys all right and sos Mr Carrlngton whos mighty welcome here The earls shock of red hair was bristling like the mane of some angry animal and his eyes still flashed with dhe lighter battle bit he managed to qummon up an expression pf winning friendliness Mr Carringtons kin to me Pol lly explained Yancy to Mrs Caven dish His voice was far from steady for Hannibal had been gathered Into his arms and had all but wrecked the stoic calm with which the Scratch Hlller was seeking to guard his emotions Polly smiled and dimpled at the Kentuckian Trained to a romantic point of view she had a rank liking for handsome stalwart men Caven dish was neither but none knew bet ter than Polly that where he was most lacking In appearance he was richest in substance He carried scars hon orably earned in those differences he had been prone to cultivate with less generous natures for his scheme of Uf did not embrace the millennium Thank God you got here when you did said Carrlngton t We was some pushed fo time but we done It responded the earl modi wefINounless It Interferes with your plans not to I want to get around the next end before we tie up Later well all go back Can I count on jyou You shorely can I consider this here as sociable a neighborhood as ever struck Jt pleases me wellIFolks are up and doing Carrlngton looked eagerly around in sqarch of Betty She was sitting on an upturned tub a pathetic eJloughI figure as she drooped against of one of the shanties with all her courago quite gone from her He made his way quickly to her side La whispered PoUt in Chills and Fevers ear If that pore young yonder keeps a widow it wont be be cause of any encouragement she gets from Mr Carrington If I ever seen marriage In a mans eye I seen it In his this minute Bruce cried Betty starting up as Carrlftgtbn approached Oh Bruce I am so glad you have comeyou are not hurt She accepted his presence without questlpn She had needed him and he had not failed her We are none of us hurt Betty he said gently as he took tier hand He saw that the suffering she had undergone during the preceding twentyfour hours had left Its record on her tired face and In her heavy eyes She retained a shuddering cob sclousness of the unchecked savagery of those last moments on the keel boat she was still hearing the oaths of the then as they struggled together the sound of blows and the dreadful silences that had followed them She turned from him and there came the relief of tears There Betty the danger Is over now and you were so brave while It JastedI cant bear to have you cry I was wild with fearnil that time on the boat Bruce she faltered between her sobs I didnt know but they would find you put I could only wait and hop nndprayltI was in no danger dear Didnt the girl tell you I was to take the place of a man Slosson was expect ing He never doubted that r was that man until a lights signal It havf Aonou the shore at the Hamble cniari 10 Dolly Spanker Mam Patchen 58 I Sally Chorister Hambletonian 16 1 ILadyWaltermire f 55k jBlacfBessRed s 1749 t Lady Almont Hermes 548 f Alga Harry Plutamer 2976 Bernardsville Maid H6merl235 Pickaniny mare elsewhere getI these thing Was Quite Peevish After Ho Threw Mo In the River bead or toe baYou oetntyeu we Wbere are we going now Bruce HettyIII gloom No noibut we cant get the raft back upstream against the currents so the best thing Is to land at the Bates plantation below here then as soon a you are able we can return to CarringtonI only by the occasional sweep of the great 1 steering oar as Cavendish coaxed the TheIrested on Carrlngton like a pall Scarcoly a week had elapsed since ho quitted Thicket Point and In that week the hand of death had dealt with them rimpartially and to what end Then the miles be had traversed In his hopeless journey upriver trans dated themselves into a division of time as well as spade They were just as much further removed from the past with its blight of tragic ter Iror He turned and glanced at Betty He saw that her eyes held their steady look of wistful pity that was for the dead man yet In spite of this and In spite of the bounds beyond which he would not let his Imagination carry him the future enriched with sudden promise unfolded Itself The deep sense of recovered hope stirred with in him He knew there must come a day when he would dIre to speak of his love and she would listen 1Us best we should llanclBates- placewe can get teams there ho went on to explain And Betty whqrever we go well go together dear Qavendlsh doesnt look as If he had any very urgent business of his own and I reckon the same is true of Yancy so I am going to keep them boIsome folks wholl have a lot to ex plain or else quit this part of the state And I intend to see that you are not left alone until until I have 1the right to take care of youfor good and allthats what you want me to rdo one of these days Isnt it dar ling and his eyes glowing and finitely tender dwelt on her upturned face But Betty shrank from him In In voluntary qgitatlon Ob notinow Bruce not nowrwe mustnt speak of that Its wrong wickedyou mustnt make me forget him she cried brokenly InI protestIForgive me Betty ril not peakI of it again he said Walt Bruce and some UmeOhIdont make me say It she gasped IoJ I sball hate myself for In his presence she was feeling the hoJtorI of her past experience grow strangely remote only the dull ache of her memories remained and to these she clupg They were silent for Imoment then Carrlngton said After Im sure oull be safe here perhaps Ill go south Into the Choctaw Purchaso Ive been thinking of that recently but Ill find my way back heredont misunderstand meIllInot come too soon for even you Bet 1y I loved Nortqn He Was one of my best friends tootb continued gently But you know and I knowll dear the day will come Vhen noI matter where you are I shall hind you and not lose you Betty made ho answer In words but a soft and eloquent little hahd was flipped Into his and allowed to rest there j Prcjcntlr 3 liebt wind stirred the Bouncing Codbalight 15272 Will make IIMPORTED1 I Jrat Time ofSeVlceOMoney due when lo1t is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere dThis horse is six years old 16hands high weigh 1275 lbs dark Chesnut sorrel and star Is kind andIredis3ure givsize andaction This b riehas 0solicitemIt AC KULBALLSpringfield Ky 4erI 0 Stubborn Case UII was under the treatment of twodoctors wffttt Mrs R L Phillips oMidian Valley Vad and they pronounced mycajse a very stubborn pne of womanly weak ness I was jiot able jto sit up when I commenced to fake Cardui 7 e I chanieNowhas gone and I dont suffer at all I am feeling better than in a long time andtcanhqj speak too highly of CarduL CARD I I TheWomansTonic if you are one of those jailing women who suffer from any t tre tI C 4y rCardui is a builder of womanly strength Composed of purely vegetable ingredients It acts quickly on the womanly system building up womanly strength toning up the woinanly nerves ani regulating the womanly system Cardui has been in successful use for mote than 50 years Thousands of ladles have written to telf of the benefit they received from it Try iif for your troubles Begin today OIITeIIIIfor YOU WANT a Better I ILawFBEB amzllUrr bra under reasonable cpndUions Zlookiceepmg bookkeepers nil 1over DraugtonsNevStVstem workandwprryShozthand cia court reporters write the System of Shorthdn Draughon Colleges teach JPtj Becauserthey knIt Isthfbfst JOB 1 see1dngyouservices riseMorereputationBanking In I 4I Physicians Advisethe of t updlgestsdfoodrherhtest productif l gentlerelableen liveraswell as on the stomach and bowels and Is of the gteatest poSSible efficacy In const1paIioniindJgtIon biliousness sick headache feverisines coUdflatnlence etc Try VFl ItF I I A LAXATIVE i I SYRUP aced aense atmospneftj me mist nnt cd and enveloped the shore showing them the river between plledup mass of vapor Apparently Itr ran for their raft alone It was just wen tyfour hours since Carrington had looked upon such anOther night but this was a different world the gray pes1nndthe thought of Norton pooir Norton who hadhad his world too of bjopes anddr ams and rich contenjI Tbe calm of a highly domestic ex- Istence had resumed its Interrupted swajtfpn thsgraf t Mr Cavendish as sociated in Bet ys memory with cot tain larspllttlng manifestation of ferocious rake becamo In the bosom of hIs family lowvoiced and genial and hopelessly impotent to deal with his five small sons while Yancy was Scratchjltll1violence no place in his njfture HOwaa deep ly absorbed In Hannlbals account of those vicissitudes which had befallen him during their separation They l were now aeated before a cheerfuj lireI that blazed on the heitttb the boy very close toancy with Ono hand t clasped in the Scfatch Hlllers wiPe about them were ranged the six small Cavendishes sedately sharing In the reunion of unclo and nevvY toward which they felt they had hoporably labored And yon want dead Uncle Hobf said HannIbal with a deep brpath Viewing Yancy unmistakably lntho ent a Tobi continued j Foleys Honey ntr- kcChIiJceiisafcadrq TrNo Pr IsCJOMEGEN LULIVER IhnDlltM Iii Me Trouble ant Never SKjwt R 1 How To Fwd Out Fill a bottle oicotuiiion glasswith your ater and let it stand twentyfour hours t Saseclinieutorsetj i i f also convincing proof that the Sidneys Hlnl bladder are out of onler What To Bo There is comfort 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