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I- c 7 BST BLJSHBfJAIN 1883 t L MEW SERIES VOLXIXNO 2r F SPINGFIELD WASHINGPPi COUNty KENTUCKY MAY 23 1912 i 1I Jfft d SIOO PER YEAR J fI1-H i Dil TRUTHFUU WORDS POLITE SPEECH Mitthtw 33 37 James iii 112 v12 4 May 26 Putting away fabeAood tpeafc every maw tndA ht neighbor for iccorc tneoilert iwofkerEphesianiD U N today study we note the con trait between Christs teachings and those ot the religionists of His day Others attempted to 1 e limit the habit of swearing but the t Great Teacher said Swear not at alL 0lHowfooUsh la swearing of every kind i Wire not ot course objecting to sol or1ffirmaUonrequired by laW Note the Injunction of the Master Let your speech be naynaynnythlnlturthei1J kelidentlyf jet when you say no let It be not Tell the trnthl Your friends and neigh bors by and by win learn how to value t your speech In the second portion of our study J4eachrst we shall receive severer testing For In many things jwe offend all If any man offend J nnot In word theCperfectJJ1 fralsoto bpd the whole body Saint mesDseems to say while all Chris t1atis need to brl dIe their tongues those In the moreTJUr unit itnt truer t exalted positions are M9hCr critics are all the more liable to error In this respect They have a special gift of ipeech and another special gift of op portunity to use this spechvund soex ertlng a wide Influence their responsi bility evidently Is proportionate It Is not for us to judge ministers or others there Is One that Judgeth the Lord We greatly fear however that many ministers as well as Christians In humbler stations fall to tully appre date tfcelr responsibilities for every word they utter or have the opportu nltyjot4tterlng Many tell us that for i years they preached what they did not believe HOW terrible How stultify 1ngitOthelrmanhood How serious a reflectton upon their brand of Christianity A Little Match Starts a Big Fir Saint James gives some forceful lustrations Christians should put a bridle of restrahit Into their own seven as they put them Into the mouths of their horses INot all of us have such wide ope p porjtuaitlea for good or evil but In our S In our ofUces shops minketsI iS may send forth either Influences far reaching for piness or misery either upbulldlnR down tearing character either of help fures or of discouragement Surely jioChrtstlan could be liidifferent to this biaBKst powerful member Saint James suggests that as a match will kindles treat tire the tongue might start a great furor a great commotion and do much Injury He suggests 4boasting as being ojie of the most doncerqus uses of the tongue Ourex porlence corroborates this Boasting often leads us Into error and fastens us there because we are not humble enough to acknowledge the fault It often leads Into untruth from which we may have difficulty In escaping It Is an evidence of pride and therefore unCbrlstlike Improper Angry words bitter words sarcastic words taunting words may set ablaze the course of a whole life and Impel It with angry force toward the Second Death GrAen no Hence Saint James suggests tliat such evil breeding words are like sparks from Gehenna tending toward u destruction The only way by which to have our f1f tongues brought Into subjection to the Divine will and tAI made uSeful as servants ofUruth and righteousness and love by I having them conI vcrtedi And since the tongue Is the agent butI Ing for the sent montE of the tollowsJiof bitter wordsheart that needs to be converted The power of true conversion true transformation of character so that an things become new Is of0pd The child of God begotten of the 7Holy Spirit has an assistance in the mastering and taming of his tongue that the unregenerate have not How 7li1pothint then the message My son give Me thine heart Out of the heart are the Issues of life Praising God Injuring Men We may know that God ylll reject the prayers and worship coming from a heart full of bitterness anger malice hatred envy strife and manifesting Itself In acrimonious speech It was Carlyle who described sarcasm as be ing the natural language of the DefJ II It was Faber wfe6 wrote NAif waR ever corrected by sarcoma elpan ed perhaps If the snrciism wn c1ev er enough Jjut drawn nearer to God neT er Robertson wrote Love Is the remedy for slander Surely the Hold en Rule deed to be applied to our ipeech as well as to our actions r Horse Breaking L deaire to notify the pnolic h that I am now prepared to han J f nlely oiBfc horses will break QuJ3Qre to rifle and drive TWM 120 per moth See meat tbs big barn at beFair IrdP FRED BuRNEtr w r i r w ThENI34LJ EAJER 1 CALL fORr CONVENTION em crats Will Meet at the Court House Next Saturday Pursuant to the order uf the Democratic State Executive Committee notice is hereby giv en that a Democratic County Convention will be held at the Court House in Springfield Washington County Kentucky on Saturday May 25 1912 at 2 clock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to attnd the Demoqratic State Convettion to be tqeld Louisville Ken uc y on Wednesday May 29 1912 at which time delegates wilt be chosen to attend the National Democratic Convention to beheld at Baltimore Marvlaud une 25 1912 to nominate a Demoqratic Candidate for President JOSEPH PoLiN Chairman Democratic County FjJ Nde Secretary eath of Mr James Cprley Mr James Corley a former resident of Lebanon committed suicide at his home in Louisville Monday night by shooting him se1Iin the head with a pistol Poor health is supposed to have been the cause of the rash act MrCorley was a son of the Late- rM A Corley of this city and- over 40 years ago was married to Miss Fannie Shuck of Lebanon Abput 25 years ago they moved to Louisville to reside Later they lived m Oveasboro and for a short while in Oklahoma A lew years since they re tturned to Louisville and at the time of his death Mr Corley was pipe inspector for the Louisyi le Water Co The remains were brought to Lebanon yesterdiY morning and interment was in idI IXI0ONT lose sight of ne act it isnt so much the way your clothes look when you first get them thats important its the way theyre going to look after six weeks or two months wear Hart Shaffner Marx clothes are made for llong ser vcot Youll be as well pleased with them when youve worn them awhile as when you buy them Sulls SISnnd up Overcoats 51650 and up Perfection suits for young men price 750 to lBOOr Well worth suits form 1000 to 2000 Perfection lihe of suitsfn all colors and styles for the hnee pant boys knicker bocker irons L- sieraThe largest line of blue serge s ever shown in this town Canningbam Duncan Cia liaft Pardons Tobacco Growers The Taft Administration took alUng step toward adjusting Itl1e- inequalities in the Kentucky to baccosiiUation Tuesday by reo mi imoposed by tile Eastern Kentucky Fedvral Court on eight Grant cDunty fdrmers under the crimi fonaltrust Jaw This course was inernestLyresentative T C Cantrill Sena tor Bradley and Representative A B Rouse The Kentucky Congressman began the fighta year ago when Mr Cantrill forced from Att nay General Wickersbam an ad mission that the Grant county men were the only persons in the United States ever conyicted under the Sherman law and that despite the out ges committed AmericanTobacco officers had ever been punished under the Sherman law Wash iing special in the Lonisviile Times Tho Demons of theS wamp ase mosquitos As they Sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever The appetite flies and the Tthetric Bit rs kill and cast out the malaria germs from the germs from the blood give you a fine appetite and renew your strength After long suffering t wrote Wm Fretwell of Lucama three bottles drove all the NCI from my system and Ive had good healthever since Best for all stomach liver and kidney SOc at Haydon Robertson Record Wooing Stunt The matrimonial record is held bya chauffeur of Los Angeler Gal who met wooed and won his bride in thirty minutes a few days ago Be was experience ing diffculty with bis automobile one morning while in the busi ness section of the city He tried to start the machine but the crank lucked backand bif arm was severely injured Along came a fascinating young Woman She dressed his injuredI arm for him talking pleasantly the whrie Iwishi had a wife remarked the chauffeur II Vvel this is leap yeairoused the fair one will you mal ry meM For answer the motorist swung nor to a spat in the attomobile and disregarded speed laws dashed to the court house ob tamed a marriage license andl sought a justice of the peace who performed the ceremony S C Buff Orpington cockrela and hens 100 each S 0 Or pingtvn and S C Brown Leghorn cggslOO for 15 Wild Mallard duck eggs 100 for 15 MRS BL LITSEY Stolen Jewels Are R overed Oyer 31OOOO worth of precious stones which were stolen from tbo effgy of the Virgin at Czenstochowa Poland two years ago have been dis covered in the shop of a Jeweler named Adler in Lublin Poland whose premises were being searched for Ni hilist correspondence Clues were also found which led to the disco ery of anotfier 5OOO worth of these els in a hour er As They sic Us In England Political riots In America are car tied out in a thoroughgoing fashion Lord Rosebery tens a story of a friendi j of his who visited Baltimore when an eJection fOr congress was in progress Turning in for a shave he complained to the negro barber that his razor was very blunt Vurry likely sir was the reply I was out Jast night at an election meetingLondon The Divine Law aijjAnd what is the divine law to man To hold fastthat which is bwn and to claim nothing that Is others to what Is given him an not to covet what Is Oat given Ij yield up easily and willingly what taken away giving thanks for tho time be has had It in his service Eplctetus Genius and Its Tribulations VashlngtonPostical phenomenon with which the mind of man has ever grappled And the great trouble Is that the mind At theIreally being grappled with Vicar Proved a MlMr A vicar In Oxfordshire England1l hemIghtand who was supposedto have died pbnnlless was found to have left a fortune of many thousands of pounds invested In Londorrnrone I PLANS ELECTED jl For Merc r Countys New Court HouJI WhichI Willbn be a Nio and Com modic is 0 neja1 f Fiscal Court aaob last Friday to select the architect and plans r our new 90 rt house Three plans were pr ented A bear g was given to toe three pre s henelevation and floor plans all of them being vp ry good Thc plans of Mr A J Bryan however seemed t be the favorite and they were unanimously st lected and Mr Bryaa named as tthe architect The new buiJ 3ing takes in the old tructure completely On t tiheters and the mdows virtually coyer the old all On the east or front the n iv building comes out fiIeen fee beyond the present building who recess leithw l warsi sion runs alo g the front of the old buildug nd then is continued thirty set further On t athewall is taken ieen feet be ond the west wail r the old building he west wall s all new Thus the old strnbre will be used irtuallY for partitions only The old clerk office will be torn down ahd Ifie new building is not one of t e most striking and commodi is in Kentucky we will be mi jake All of this id to be buil lor 25009 Mr Brian n Falls City lJODstru injJthe whose 3o architect give a bondI f 5000 to build it for that money Mr liryan arid his linn have bJilt9 cout houses have 9 now under constructioni and are worth 510 000000 so the cocxt is ampljprotectedBar rodsburrf Leaf er Escapes an Awful Fate A thousand to pies could not express the gratitude or Irs J E Cox of Joli et Ill for lierIvpnderful deliverance from an awful f te Typhoid pneumo nia had left me ith dreadful ctugh she writes Son etimes I had such aWe ful caughing sp Isfri thnught I would die I couldge 10 help from doctors treatment or dt r medicines till I used Dr Kings New iscovery But I owe my life to this v mderful remedy for I scarcely coughall now Quick safe and reliable fo all throat and lung troubles Ever bottle guaranted 50c and 100 fri bottle free at Haydon Robertson Mammoth Cave Mammoth Cave is a great natural curt itS belonging to private iud w lual Just whyjJ the government should rehevf these individuals of this proper y at a fancy price we can not iiti BRine The cave ci not be removed It can not be oneealed It does not need to tx considered Asa show place it has been handled witm little regard for the public in rest but there is no call for iie government to to cuter imot tie show business Most pop are very amiable when there any proposition fof an appro riatiojL and most t us try to pit along f But we ttii1i1c Dr McCormack is far too aubie when he finds in the atmoiIere of the cave a sovereign cuif for consumption Acenturyajo cottages were built in the cave for consump lives and tbele soon aT an Stii4iant Ior ionic Ayers Sar aparilla is not a stimulant t does not makei you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next There is no a drop of alco hot in it IJAyers Sarsaparilla is atorj cYon Have the steady eveit gain that conies from such a medicine Ask your docto all about this I aTlwaytdo TheJMuTheyover sixty years Jf you have the slighth est doubt ibouilusing these pills ask your doctor Asi him first thats bestuse by the 3 Ionn Lowell Xau doned Ther6 rs no record that the iinmates received any benefit The temperature is uniform The atmosphere is healthy no cToubVbut consumptives cannot cured in a cave where sun orieIwerecave one com mit suicide A mote cheerless place no one can imagine We are further told the eov ernment should buy the placer pova white elephant on the ands of the owners in order to preserve the valuable tiaber surrounding It The timber is neither in extent nor quality important and its preservation or destruction will h ave no effect one way or the other To purchase it as a great national resort for tuberculosis pa ents Would be absurd Louisville Post Hulpso Judo In Bad F ix Justice Eli Cherry of Gillis Mills Tenn wasplainly worried A bad sore on his g Had baffled several drctors and long resisted all remedies thought it as a cancer hewjfote last I used Bucklens Arnifrij and qas completely cured7i burns boils ulcers cuts bruises Jhd piles 25 cts Haydon Ro etisonI LEBANON LOCALS Prom The Falcon I Miss Jessie Shreve and Mr Qharlie Helm a popular young Taylor county couple were martri gtdLebanon Saturday Judge J A Siniti officiating Miss Stejla Tnarp of Brad ffordsville and Mr Fred Wayt f thiscity surprised their friends by going to Cincinnati IIQ Wednesdav where they were unitid in marriage After a few JaLebann Mrs Mary Rinehart aged 67 y ears1who resides about 4 miles northeast of Lebanon suffered a stroke of paralysis on Saturday and fur several dayc it was fear eJl tartillness would prove fatal Reports received yesterday etale that her condition is improving and hopciis entertained for her t recovery i Miss Maggie Mattingly the fifteen year old daughter of Mr and Mrs B M Mattingly ofr near Holy Cross died Monday morning at the residence of her sister Mrs John S Mattingly near Chicago of spinal uaejingi vlsitin1fierdread Jisease and was ill only a few days The announcement made on Monday that Miss Cord ie Graves and Mr Charles J Richard a p pular young couple of this city had been married for stv eral ticame as a great surprise to their friends and ac quaintanceshere The ceremony was performed in Jefferson Villa on Decsmber 26ib 1911 by Magistrate Oscar L Hay and so well have they kept the secret their own families knew nothing of the wedding till Monday What Texans Admiro is hearty vigorous life according to Hugh Tallman of San Antonio We nlldr twxUes thatDr Kings New Life Pills surely p hu 1t1brgy into a person Wife and I believe they are the best made Excellent for stomach liver or kindney troubles 25 cts at flaydon Robertson Lived 107 Years Mrs Teresa Devjne aged 107 years died Friday at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary L Walls on Lick Run jn this county of infirmities due to old age The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon and the Interment vas in the family burial ground Deceased was married four times her last hus band being John Devine who preceded her to the grave about twenty years ago She leaves two children Mrs Mary L Walls of this county and Marl on McCarty of Daviess county She is also survived bysixty five grandchildren and groat grandchildren Mrs Devine bfore tier death wasthe oldest person Hying in the county Slie bad a large number of friends and acquaintances all of whom express great sorrow at dec deatbLebanbn Eenterprlse CLARK The Best Selection Demo crats Can Make Says Ollie M James Pad cab Ky May 18 iJeter mined to carry Kentucky for Champ Clark United Sates Sen atorelect Ollie M James Stats manager of the Clark campaign i5 making a vigorous fight in Western Kentucky for the dele gates He arrived in the First District yesterday and immedi ately got into personal touch with some of the leading Demo cratrc politlans Ollie James isI recognized as a power in the First JJistrict and he probacly will carry his point The Woodrow Wilson supporters got the jjump in Western Kentucky and distllots1HoWchange of opinion regarding ihe choice of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for the presidency in the last W2r k Congressman James is deter mined not tobe defeated in Ken ucky by his enemies if possible and especially in his home dis trict He declares that his close personal friend Chimp Clark is the only candidate in the Democratic party Ithat can win the nomination and be elected inI November Bryan says he isI not a Candidate and you mut ake hin at his word said Con essman James when question e d about any probability of Peerlefs One being a dark theI Bryan h s never goue back on telthougcose with the conditioos in Western Kentucky today Congressman ames seemed better pleaned with the outlook for the Speaker rttp get Western Kentucky and today left fur Louisvido HeIte has some close friends in Wes ttern Kentucky who are hoping that 01Me will ba sprung as a dark horse for the presidentialI nominaton in case there is a freseQtI get a twothirds vote In Republican poitics Senator elect James confidentially says that he expects to see two Re publican candidates for the presidency so bitter is the fightt between Taft and Rooseyelto ForSaIep- assenger1 Winton touring car less tires 5passenjjer E M F 1910 touring car new Urea 1 4b p 1910 Indian motorcycle all in good condition 135 H h p National gasoline en gine35 1 2h p FairbanksMorse Gas oline engine with wood saw 185 4 h p Horizontal Fairbanks Morse gasohne engine All the above are on the door here at our place of business pply IWShall We Know Each Other We attended church some time ago and listened to a very good rmpn as sermons go We en joyedtbet eluTg1l dg Sfld teod ng with the brethren and sisters while they sang the good old hymn Shall We Know Each Other There While tho hymn was being sung we glanced about and 1anotjspeakThe thought occurred to us why should thfiy know each other there when they seemingly dont know each other here Meade County Messenger Held Over Uuder Bond r Earnert Marshal colored who abotj3e Beam also of color son of Hines Beam on April 29 was tried Friday and held over uoI der a bond qf 500 io await the action of the grand juryjj The quarVel which resulted m thedeath of Beam one wee la te rv began over a crap game at a school antertainmeot fiven bfJJ the colored people at a church near Maud Bardstown ard Stndt 2 SUBSCRfp7jj t1XfA1EARLt 1 a aL i BAKING POWDU Absofutfy Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTartarHO Gamble Js Convicted Harry Gamble who wasttrjied i echafrgdwith r r Catt1ineThe jury under the new law does not flxtbe penalty exciept where death is iuflicted and the verdict merely stated that GIm tble had been found guilty The penalty is from ten to twenty year Sentence will ba pro nounced tomCrrow The girl testified that her step father had mstreated herIthf first time the latter part of Pec Vuary that the crime ha5 taken place near theirhome and also near where several people Were engaged strJpping tobacco She said she said nothing nbuutjt to anyone because Gamble had toldI her ifshe anypneI nglinIIh iedIHe said tbat his dbncesticjHfe Jv snot all that it should have tbeen and admitted h ving mad a n improper propatcitheirl- heT jury was ou6but a few iminutes in making itsverdict- Gainbleand his family have tbeen living in Marion county fcr only a few months baying mov led here from an adjoiningj coot tty They are known to butfew- peopleLebanon Enterprise t Plant Beds Destroyed IPaducab Ky May 13 There another outbreal ofr night riders in Lyon county and reports from Eddyyille Monday morning state that fifteen beds have been sCrapadiin the past fewf days Col Ramey was oije f the chief sufferers four beds on his farm beig ruined plantdI and Tennessee livers wei acrapad between Thursday ln Saturday nights A great deal or feeling has resulted from these new depieda lions and people who were once in sympathy with the riders a now denouncing this renewal l off trouble Tne County Judge of Lyon county will ofterp reward for their apprehension and Gott ernor McCrearv will be asked to upplamenttliis with a reward from the State hmdIt with the association knows about jt and it is supposed that there is spitework mixed up in it1 LyoncOuntcnce aJbrbed of night ridWgi but aljpiaB been quiet here for a year or and 0 tue recurrence of theoutt abo tachu of sentiment and if thor keep up their work there Is sure to be trouble Nt Notice 1he winter time jis going and the sping and summer time hi 18b come and the trees and bushes are olit in their old clothes thatJ look like new so to have ICart clothes like new such as sullsI ciacesciciaj shoes have them dry deaneij i and tley will look like new oIJdrydt colors nor does it shrink and riugsf a fine finish on the dahl liest fabrics as wellasl on animal r flLbrlcf Also dyeing bats re 1lqckedjmeasurej the Springfield City Tail rg o a 1alt F W BAdMBAUJrn Prop Spnngtield Kjr A f Emmen Logan 4Ba- ltmore Mav 15E4m6t G Logan formerly edtol ofS liLufsville Times who had be- iii theJohns Hopkins Bos sipce May 5 died tcnfgbW8bO ocloSk He had been irTaT semiconscious tate since suf fering a stroke of apoplexy strong ebort was made by pby sicians tortVyive hm but it fail ed His relatives have been notified and the body wiji be iield until their arrlvi 1some me tomorrow k Mr LoganCl hjeii May 5 andtheoospital He wassufferi4gfroni- na infection of a bond of the skull Be was operated on a few dlIos thereaftejr ants piece of ihe bone removed He rallied lfromtbis and was able to walk about his room Tonight be suffered a stroke of apoplexy in is tooth He was heard to fall oh the floor by nurses and tbeoej rush clin and placed him on the tbed Seyeral physicians worked over him lor some time hot were Unable to revive hIm 1The June Womans iIoaCdmpaiioit CoInItpauion contains an article The Vanishing Husband by Mary Heaton Vorse which presents rdinarilpclearexplanaion get avay from women and enjoy Jlacbotherssociety The main contention in the article is that men can get along without their womenfolks but women cannot get along without the men Jt San article full of able and at times humorous observations The June Compantoh also con tainJastfetch of Prince Pat of Connaught an account of the recent dramatization of Little Women a description pf Wthas been done in New York pljto wardr reducing the death rats o small cfiildred anla Report of the progress made in this country toward the accomplish JulyPiction reality is coiitributed by Owen Oliver talhleen Norris Virgi beimfj j Most of the stories are love stories because tjie June number of tbe Companiotf Is called r the love story number In the fionseliold iisktoniSsm home decoration and liiscrsft departments app trSnyjarik5 lea of interest And practicaV Iiiamong whuichare acticliNiicwt Toothsome Vegetarian Din t J5trawberry Desserts II ri The lfane Brides Linen Chest J MA Portable Vacation Souse aidI Seasonable Menues for Jnuei tiI aPr HIi1 It U said that a ttredibeforrtbi 8i Boyle countyIHP grandjury i tekaiscI sglnstr7ELowell iin his advertising Be said that as he came into townWsawrft libosrd advertisement alklmi bun togo to the Gilcher Hotelii vDanyilie and the picture ihowed a walter seryjng a battle of beerPand wbenhweut to the hotel nd asked foe I bottle aa4ver tised they ouiaat llet him have it Sdbe wanted lo have the law on Mr Lowell ShelbrR ecordlitIMrs Sam Twker Sprh leI r1fiasforataperebredSOR5d 1 roae 1ISPakilVooR 4- o47elcbtkMO fryou boes ot- ischtRJ 760 ttHe its 1JIf NWSAIXAOI1 i SPItINGFIELD KY i UllLrtiimDl9VZHYT8t7R8D1Y i T MMES I WE JOSEPH POMN 1 Editors and PubHsnere L h On next Saturday May 25th att the Court House the Democracy 1orf Washington county will as gamble to declare for their choice for ta ht 1est office in the giftc i dispeople No more important 4 diTty ever comes Jo a man than rthat of expressing his choir- for President when he ftasde- termiped as to who wouldbest eerye the iinterests of all the 4 fpSdplg and tharo nevpr his RepubIcatime d sensible men to make a sensible1 choice because in this uncertain ape when men who stand high c Est are advocating doctrines t- 1t that would undermine the foun vermentjJ noJseverXtf Democratic Aspirants for tha- r office but in our judgment the KentuckYHbil son Champ Clark Though he has been long beforet be notisinges tarn on his record and tr furthermore hiring this time he s has voted On all the important measures that pertained to th nation and both iin his officialj capacity and in his public utter antes he has demonstrated thajj he is a conservative man andj not ready to advocate eve y new fadas to goverment that pre i seats itself He is deliberate andusess his judgment on ma- ters t pertaining tp goverment before he takes a stand gc all he is a conscientious ma and when this is said of a man f t rtt good sense ye have a man for any position So come iin next Saturday afternoon and usiEvailJ ourselves of the oppor tunity given us to vote for on of our own men for President Z Births Exceed Deaths The State Register of births and deaths has certified to the 1 x County treasuier a list and the amount duo persojBS under the vital statistics Law i J under the ruling of the Attorney General these claims will have be allowed by the Fiscal Cout t the same other claims against ti the county And as the ere term of the Fiscal Coutisioi n r October the persons entitled wi 11of wait until that time The re t fport gives the number of births and deaths occuripg in Wash 4L s ington County during the year tt 1911 and the births are in ex i cabs to the deaths Toe number of births being 415 and the num her of deaths in the same pert td oi l JIT i ji HOIsboro jtt JJMr Tim Corn spt3nttone day v tx a vlast week with his son Mr Tom Corn of near Wardsville Messrs Tom Coulter and fami ly Samuel Coulter and wife a tended meeting at this pla Sunday and dined at the home l IoiJ Mrs Mary E Shields and child rev j ren l- vMrjaudl Mrs Walter Fanby attendtied meeting at Mackville Sunday r j Anight 1t J Messrs Charley Hellard taid wife Erastus Perkins and family si dined at the home of Mr John Armstrong and wife Sunday p Mrs Laura Scruggs sp4nt L Sunday witn Mrs Pete La-s Mr John Armstrong and tai fe dr and Mrs Walter Hanby and Gnatuaborringer BpentTur d l HelIla d1 of near herd1 Rev A C Puikston preached to a large crowd Sunday fHe ill preach every thirdr Sundar jn each mouh Mrs Erasttis Perkins and jit tie 7sughter Thiqi spent a part of last week with her lathe ek this lace spenttI Tuesday night vita Mr Samuel Coulter sled wife JJrf YtoftMrs Nancy Scot eMrs J D Sutherland and Mss Nellie Mcllvoy attended meeting at Mackyille Sunday morning 4Willisburg Decoration day will be observed at this place May 30 InIthe afternoon spentSaturclavi and wife Miss Maude Sharp 13 visiiing Shetcame here from Textslast fall She hasbeen visiting atNichollasvilleandHarrodsburg during the spring months t Sparrowahoes accepted a position as clerk in Colvin Gos store J R is andtouremidst Mr Neil Boblett w fe aud daughter of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with rela tives here Miss Margery Carey of Tat ham Springs was the week end guest of her grandmother Mrs Sallie Noel iofFridayfit aretjin Louisville week MisseMae Birche attended the Trent Irvine wedding last Wednesday at Chaplin Hardesty Ij Several from this place at Rushrof OhJapHn dowife and son Morris and Mr Owen Trim bell of Horrodsburg anti Miss xtSusie McMiillian of Mackvitle spent Sunday night at the home J H Gray Mr Ivan Crow wife and son Theo spent Sunday with Ben Crow and family One of the most pleasant social events of the season in this com munity was a surprise birthday dinner that Seas given Mr Wm Hardesty by his wife 4 n the IT day of April Mr Harries ty was 77 years old that day and early in the forenoon the invited guests began coming in to spend the day and continued until 103 of bis friends and relatives were present After spending the morning conversing on various topics the noon hour arrived and the guests were ushered into the thebftable fairly groaned under almost all the delicious delicacies known to the culinary art until all had eaten to their entire capacity Dinnerbeing over all repaired to the yare where the children played and the eldersclJatted un iI the hour arrived to make their departure Mr Hardesty or better known as Uncle T is theonlv child living of a fanrl of seven children At the close of the day all returnpd to their homes thapking their host and hostess for the pleasure of UQ jday SJuiYfeVirng unpIe 11many Haydon Robertson Havdon Willett sashNaKSNN1ii1AN yjw Z L r I i fl ATiCUNIYJNa DlNCAN COs J i HLOQ and 125 Ii1 Mesale Silks 350 Flouncinsrs If 300 i Flouncings Ii iiFouncingsl X250 s SO 25 475 Special Prices on all Embroideries If and Laces II Clothing Hart Schaffner Marx Snits 17 0t62500 00sPerfectica Suits for young men 3100 5200 Perfection Knee Pants Suits 53 00 ii 10 00 Belt and Collar Pins Dainty La Vallieres 1 Extra Specials 4 5 1 j S I1 S to us o ir j I l is to li of bap mess and that he may Iie to pass many more on Mr and Mrs Ben Hardest wife and child ren and Mr Wi Miss Fannie with Mr and Mrs 100 Steerk Dress Linens J 75e Dress 50c Sheer Dress Linens Heavy Dress Linens 25c to j75c 60c 40c Ii 50c II Beautiful Sheer Persian Lawns and French for Dross 2ac to 75cii Gloves i 300ii16 Button Kid Gloves 16 Button Silk Gloves 125ff 16 Button Lisle Gloves SOc i Kid Gloves 100 Newest Things in Ladies i Neckwear i For Saturday I and Monday i Calico l2c Hope CI ttort 712 Hoosier Cotton 12 1- i i i 94 Sheeting 20c Apron Check Gingham Pearl uttons 4c dozen 6cIi CarjoU Rugs Ma tingsJUnolieijIIl Oil Cloths 40c9x1225009x12Lace Ctftains 50c 450 I E I IVDuncanU and get prices of I f NNNNNYiNNYM1 i NNNNNNNNMM N NNNNNNNLMMMM t lOThTE QU ThL- Ha No Fqua1 I DairyCows I AS AN EGG PRO 11CER IT IS A PERFECT SEED ACORNfrom rolledats crushed corn alfalfa Brewers grain and pure corn molasses hayIheaviejrJn corn tha i Qatequal and the horses friend Common Sens t ood at a Common Sense 1 1A Alorn are cheaper feed PriceII and corn and costs tie by the bag and less by the 1 TIlE o4TEaUOOllUM BUS AL CO nl I I McClure SOLD 8 V- MayesIiIi e TdephonaS SPRINGFIELD KY il reJyears milestones the highway of- hfey daises Sardesty Mollie liams and daughter spentSuhdil1t 190 Sheer LinensY Organdies Commencement Length Length Length Guaranteed Made I and OHIO Wai fer Lewis MJ R Gray and spent Sun day It the home of Mart Crouch Mid Eliza Mitchell spent Sat urd with Mr and Mrs Johnnie ifilffaret of Chaplin war n wlfe1gJ t Graf from Sunday until j i Tuesday r rMrs Ivan Sales and son Rod man and Miss Belle Hardin of Hillsboro yiaited relatives in this ViClCiv Sunday IMr andlrs R liYdin J i are rejoicing over the arrival ba son James Harlin May the 12th k a 3973s a f t The Blue Ribbon Yyinner Fee 1500 to imuieiaUving0oiMu J rRed Birk G 6e I IIl Sarah Hamilton 4303 f Cabells Joe Brown Jr I l Iyi Clicstnut L t Mattie Hamilton 4019 r a J f f J j f I carJY a unestnut sorrel hands nigh foaled gaib smooth eah A good Trots good action year and blue blue 4therstallion in to see hitsbreed is foalod or when mare iis parted with and bred l retained on to service taken responsible should any place also stand JRis Dick Clark jofa Mack of Gov Woodhands high 5 is abigflatboned fejtowjandhas proven himself a 10 INSURE STAND THEO ROTTIwill make This jack is shape arid is at all times jack is i enviable speeks itself r W i 3 town Mackville j 14 hs+MdNtiN + Noble RegJNo 1906 16 hands a dam s r s 61i s Denmark though young horse rated best of is highly finished a horse is said well known1 as Kirby of Green W of Roger Lillard to be a great type a three gaited saddle stallion is to breed that of horses shown Mack H moneyvmany times firstwasnever a Stallion in model ring seasons of colts and won at in good prices Noble Denmarks sire on sides championship saddle horses in dam of State Fair breed go to one ring Noble Den I make at t 20 To a Colt i KKt J l 883 Lena 18 u 195o Dare t Rex b J l Mack 2459 if i I fl jjabrlll i 3234 t I Baileys Dexter q11Jt ttft Db1 lefQ L r 4 1 f t- f Dare 10o fL l rr h1ofti Beau BrommeJ of f SallieB fIGist B1ack Hawk Dan IY1Ylld Indign t1 s jFasUc J f JJBl Jewel Denmark t s f Dau urro IDt star andsn raaneandback Goes all one Distinct walkinghorse a flatfooted trot Plenty styled atIa1d won seven and six rexliribbbns winning more ribbons outside the county than any the Be sure Service fee due when colt Liencolt secure fee Care prevent accident but rot occur At same time and will my two finjacks Ii CLARKby Durhams years old Old and out jennetiby Big he out a jennet breeder by TO A COLT TO AND SUCK D DICK PA known also for comment the season ills reputation fine for ready and willing This V too wel j SUCKiW Mi NALLY J from on pikej Springfield Kylr5 1ttyNStisNN1 I Denmark 2640 Foaled handsome Chesnut by ighland Denmark 730 First Kentucky bysWashington Denmark Sires He a and 1Noble type He by Wm Bowling Winchester for and and sure class He was successfully by and defeated by I His two show remakable uniformity His yearling suckling Bardstown and Springfield and the sale ring have commanded sife and his grand both were I Kentucky and Missouri His and two her colts were winners Consider his his indivduallty his show qualities where you find his superior IinR will the season Insure Living ts4aNSaN4NtaHNNMNK aNSN- sN McDonald S40 lLucy HerzoggBG Lexirigton L f Chester Da Kemnore- f LexingtoA Spalding beforeyou + + N4s + t N iMrVwsa +t NNE t JledBirdJr jJRed Bird Jr a rich brown 15 hands 8 indies thefamousi firmed two yearsago i AtheirhandsomebioybodletseLyleWilkes8 g prpjenjtor the world ever knew Red Bird t Jr by Red Bird he by Joa jBrown he by Lexington 1st dam by Lyle Wilkes Mambnnoj was one season at the Burksville and Columbia fairs and Won both saddle and harness sweepstakes k He will serYe mares at 12 To Insure I win stand my same Jacks at ftot insure a k offrppartedB B LEACHMAN SPRINGFIELD i aN1N1M N WNNWNN ifiiti 11 1i1i fili UJ i 1i1I IiIill ti1 1iIi IJjjlj IA ltWli iiw REX MONROE 2063 fFrPublic Service Season 1912 AT I= KALARAMA FARM Spring Ky fb1 I I Rex Denmark rh t Cabellft 810 KY i prig Jerts Dehmark Daughter of l Blactc Squirrel 58 r Gaines Denmark 61 L J IjMissHume mpter Denmak65 llS Daughter of clSquirrel 68 70 Daat j brbea county elesewhere to 15 superb JAC in miles is N is is Washington enmark164- Not Ittinted SStar of the Wst 1 Daughter ofJHohawk J BlackEagte 74r JMollie 15 tt1 t t DenmarkFS I1 Stevenson Mare 43 Z Edwin Forest 1901 edJ G allies Denmark 61 FMag by Brennon fDeans Cop erliottom f1t Daughter of Tom Hal I ataIn to ungtnts reaiiy greatson or old IR McDonald Ser excess any snm ever beforee paid for a horse brought from that Stateto this or carried from this State interestsShe is the equal of any horse near his genowJivinl He isby Rex McDonald toe sire as a of Rex r Pe We 3vine eJieve and 1= McDoriad t bet his only sons except thishorse now owned 4n Kentucky Thats enough for his sire RexMonroe is the only hOrse living whose first and second dams are both by Gaines Denmark 61 the ohl hero H 2 thud dam was by Deans Copperboitom and his fourth dam was by old Tom Hal Herzogg 56 the sire of his 5 first dam lived only four yeas yet he produced some of the greatest brobd mares now owned in Missouri Si MonroeWasSI each 5 latter rings and no horse has yet defeated him He is ahorse of remarkable sub tance and extreme finish 2 with tail rJtimulantPa Railey saddleZbutneesensationalIJa over and 8 ehimstep some anifiif you are disappointed re Will pay your fare no difference how far you come I preperlycared ffFEE 50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT feI Boixrboh Jack0sy l ftDiamonds and Gov Billie are also being offered for public service stm stock before breeding t j gpTHURMANIfmn If f I NewsLeader and Louisville Times 450 CUb in adQCe tJ fril i r ii u ur rrr i ii ij ii T7 DiGii TURTON f RESIDENT DENTIST b i 3 jiAI1 Work Guaranteed rPHONE162 UY1cB Hag n Block up staini liSPRtNF1ELDKY r ljR fJIULD JbiGian and Surgeon f Office hours 8 to 9 am lto2pm Offices over Haydons Drugstor iWFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank- BPRINOFIELU KY t D MW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 k Fj m to 12 m 4 to 5 pm Ji Mc WILLIAMS I f Notary Public fr WILLISBlRG KY i Depositions a Specialty j JO1INYMAYS FUNERAL uiHECTOR I EMBALMEhI I I SPRINGFIELD H J DM F TRUSTY LPRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber rij Pental work at reasonable prices 1 1lwork guaranteed 4 SPRINGFIELD KTf i w tI JJ t Knob Creelift Stock Farm = t c Red Light No 2272 by Lightfoot 1 Brummell 1524 he byBeau Brummell t First damDaisy Glenn 7611 he by Dr 1Canlis Glenbrook j v i 9L Red sorrell with stripe in face two stockings 16 34 hands high weighs 1100 smooth sound and without a pimple He haS been shown year of his life except two Been j m harness rings fivegaited everyIIII rings three gaited saddle rings 5 double team nngs and has been a winner in all named classes deif feated a great many of the best i ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good h rses as Marvel King Undulatta King Star McDonald Gov Beckham and tumanyI to mention He is a champion among 5 champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts are in heriting those great doing qualities of his also about twothirds of those have his color He will hold his court at Knob Creek Stock Farm Larue Co Ky at e25fot a living colt Mares kept on pasture at 2 per month grain if desired at reasonable price S Manager J THOMPSON and fedI EARLYA handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of action and as good bbne and foot as you would want He has proven himself a great breeder He will make the season of 1912 at my A stables at the Stonewall Stock Farm 3J miles Nortb of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 1 10 To Insure a Living Colt EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Monte ifCristo 56 he by Moritrose 100 Earlys first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third dam Bettie by Sam Booker IJP I Early is the test road horse iin the county or At same time and place BLACK GIANT A Noii Mule Jack standard and reg istered will make the season at f IO for a Mare and 8 For Horse 1 i Mule tto Insure Living Coltt Lien retained on all colts to secu re Service fee Money due when inare is parted with or bred to other stock All care taken to prevent accidents but not I esponsible Should any occur YQUa PATRONAGE SOLICITED 4 A B BUNDLE r i Ei Sheriffs Sale For Taxes t i viBy virtue of taxes due the State of rj JJCentucky and Washington county for the years indicated below 1 or oie of r 4JT deputies will on ia MAY 27SO12 r rgMONDAY offer for sale at the Court House door 3 Jn Springfield Ky the property de scribed belowoso much thereof as Jwill satisfy tbetaxandcost Springfield Precinct No 9 The life interest in 10 acres of land t listedi in the name of Anna C Johnson t and situated on Booker pike about mile from Springfield tax and costs I 10r the years 1910 and 1911 1640 SJ A1DnRSONSVC1 dfiro I TOVft H Wf limwroW ULocal H appenlngs of Interes The Freshest and i All About Yourself Friends and M tl q JMMM FOR SALE Two sOys and pigs W H Leachnn Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber Pettus New tailored shirt waists just in Mrs Williams FOR SALErRhode Island Red eggs 50 cents per setting Mrs J W Tucker Four burner oil stove rainge with Boss voven 2000 Campbell Bros Whi e Guinea eggs for sale 5Q cents per seltingIL A Barber Mr W N Stumph Rout No Shas for sale fine white Pekin duck eggs 50 cents per setting of is i Irof 12 whiteper setting pure iegg strain i 4Miss Lid Grundy The old tried and tested Perfection Pettus Coal Oil Stoyes at Barber r FOR SALE One registered yearling Hereford Bull Also sow and 10 pgs P Thompson llsBrady r r 3 has for sale Barred Ply mouth Rock eggs 100 fur thp firstsetting and 75 cents for second FOR SALE Rubber tire buggy used only 8 months Arnold make TineQl1 rr2 Mr Turner Derringer has for sale Barred PJymoth eggs 5Qc per setting of 16 Three burner oil stoves with Boss oven 1150 Campbell Bros Remember Leacbmari Campr bellwhenyou are in the market or refrigrators or ice boxest Marriage license was iissued FIIHoOssie Watts Leachman Campbells iis the place to buy your refrigrltt rs and ice bonces Will save you money and get wnat you wani A big Stock cf refrigrators rd ice boxes on display at LeaclI man Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now while jou have- a big stock to select from LOST On last Sunday be tween my home and St Rose a Coral Rosary Finder will please Dissie Hill 1Missd a toql gritid ter and am prepared to grind all kinds of tools and farming im plements J M Tumey Meckville Ky The ladies of the Mackville Christian church wiljserve din ner at the WaluutStreet Theatre next Monday county court day Come out and get a guod dinner for 25 cents J Forest Ousick is now pre pared to giva you atiything in tirt class photographs You caij pbone him at El Cusicks He will come to your home LOST About two weeks ago between Springfield and m home a rosary amethyst stone With a gold cross and chain wjth name May Smith on the cross Finder will return same to Sidney Smilh Among the newlawswhich go into effect June 12 is the one prohibiting the use rf the public drinking cup in all public places such as trains schools ete So that persons ridfngon trains or otherwise wishing to drink in public places will have to pro vide themselves with a private HAT I Latesti Acquaintances returntoMiss TOPICS1 3q4t3Mwu drinking cup The law applies to stores and all public or fre quented places The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will give an ice cream and strwberrystipper at HopperlTuesday body iflvited Fire wbich originated from a defective chimney on last Tues BenIWhen discoxered the flames were all over the roof Several small children were rescued by Jane puttberapidly that every thing in the house was consumed The house was do the farm of MrJ R Reed The school fund for payment of teachers has been received I am now ready to make final teachersIIof at their final re ports all in The teacher should cail in person and sign receipts etc Do not call on County Court days as I will not havel time to inspect reports Respectfully J W Bush Co Supt The United1 Daughters of the tbeconIold confederate soldiers at toI Opera House on June 3 at 830 rp m The conferring of cr ssesI will oe preceded by a readirg by Miss Mary Boldrick of Lebanon a student of the Leland T Power Schbol Mss Boldnclc is a very accomplished reader and those who hear her will delighted with the evenings heI tertarnrnent The music for the occasion will be under the direc ion of Miss Katie Cain assisted by Mr C B McKinney Miss Cains ability as a musician istoo of1Washington ties toneed any comment rioml us Mr McICinney is also ai splendid musician vttio never fails to pleas Tickets now on sale at Haydonc Willetts drug store Prices 25 and 35 cents Quarterly Court Monday was quarterly court with Judge Lilsey presiding r ere were several default judg meats takeji and no contests Indians Are Coming The ndian baseball team will be here June 4th when they will play the local boys Indians as is well known are very fine ball players alid as we have a good team the fans may expect a good game Nearing Completion The new Methodist church is nearing completion and services were held in thp lecture room room last Sunday TJie main auditorium has jot j et been com pleted and will he ready for use about July 1st and the dedication will take place in the early part of July Lloyd Haydons Sale Farmers of the county who tire iutereslect in livp stock should not forget that a rate op portunity will be given them t get he very best in fine catte at moderate price next Monday county court day when Mr Haydon will offer for samsome of the best in his herd See his- adyertisntririt in this issue Commencement June 11 Invitations are out for the commencement at St Catharines which will 6ccur June 11 1912 The following young ladies will receive academic diplc irms Sarah Louis Barber Agnes McHugh HATS c cREPORTOIP THE CQNDITIO OF THE I EOftjLES DEPOSIT BANK Point busjness at Springfield County of Washington If State of Ken tuck at the close of business on the 18th day of May 1912 RESOURCES fVpLoan md Discounts with one or more endorsers t r sureties J 28484386 Real state Mortgages j4aOlv72 Call I ans on Collateral j 41t I54376 Time oans on Collateral 2388124IUS tonds 00 oooo2se67Ir 5l742133 Due f om State Banks and Bankers iJ2652 Itt Due from Trust Companies f 001774785 t Unite States and National Bank Notes fiI14soo 1 1674896pExch ge for Cl aring House u oo I 71J975I76o95Over It Curre Expenses Paid = 2281itf Real stateBanking House j 500000 Other Real Estate 00 IFurniture and Fixtures Z 00 Othel Assets not included under any of above leads 00 728174 I 10965487I jII I j 2 1 4324900Depotrs not raid 21249644 Depos ts subject to check on which interest tjspaid i 00 Demand Certificates of Deposits on which iin crest is paid 00 TimettCertificates of Deposit on which interest spaid 6131488 2 tXx27380482DueJiatlonal Savfnj s Deposits on which interest is paid 00 I Due Sate Banks and Rankers t 00 c iDuei 00Othei i he above heads j J Total 40965487 STAT IOP KENTUCKY COUNTY OF WASHINGTON scr- nI J A Boulware Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly Iwea that the above statement is true tQ the best of ray knowledge I and lief J A BOULWARE Cashier Sub cribed and sworn to before me this 22d day of May 1912 CUAS M McCHORD Notary Public 4 c 1 H THURMANI r J T WHEATLEY Directors T F MONTGOMERY r I J Zelma M illvoy Allie May Pra lheiMary E luiae Buckler Marie Elizabet Edtlen Lois Cldwell Johnson Leuora Genevieve Muir M rgaret Francis Neal and Mal Magdalen Thompson Lyceur CourseI The p jasuie loving public of Wasliin on county will have an opportu ity in the near future to hear soi e of the best entertain ers beo the American public a theco mittee of the Methodist church Lve8ecured thaserwices of the Joit Lyceum Burean of levela lOhio for a series of entertal uients the proceeds to be ust for the benefit of the Method tchurch Amotig these will be r Ray Newton Mystic ertrtai er The Hawkeye Glee tJlub T e Potters in song andl IIrare of t e highest class being 1J0ti1i tructivt and entertain iug Commencement Program Spring eld High School Opera H use May 24 1912 1 nners of Grade De lama tory coitest Shelton Jeff ries Willa MJcEiroy 2 R resentative of Junior Class arry Goodloe 3 O tion Kentucky Chas D hot nis 4 U as s Grumbler May Mayes 5 0 ation Our Heritage Ivor Robert 0 Cis5 Prophet Naomi r1 Roger 7 Oidtion Whither Rickets BoutwareH orian Ecce HomoI Fred Mayes riiorl llir Address Prof J L Hajjhori Awarding of di ploina lankets Blankets beI Hay them dry cleaned will moth roof art r dry cleaned I All k ids liLts silks cotton woolen goods und gloves dry cleuie Straw und felt Hjits tie me and reblocked Dyeing aspejilty Phone 6Rj GoDS called for and delivered t t ringtield City Tailor Fi W Baumbauer PI J1- Springfield Ky 14 TSI1 n J Are you tired of seeing the same old thing We have a great big bunch of new hats The styles ate the lat 3tmod els in shaped and tri ined hats A few gocjdpanamiis i All of these go at half price they will only last a few ays Come in andIt I get your choice f MRS WILLIAMS DR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R Hows 8 FE to12lto4CNAL Mr and Mrs W F Trusty and Joseph Edelea spent Sunday in New Hone Miss Mary Bold rick of Lebanon is the guest of her brother Mr R L Bold rick Miss HaVlie Moffet of India DI0 Ke ly and family Rev and Mrs Olus Hamilton of Maud were iin town Tuesday W C McCtiord was inI IHon this week IMrs M L Durrett and son Morrie spent Sunday in Bl bm field Misses Marie Barber Nellie Sitnms and Louise Haydon were in Bardstown last week Mr Lynne Bush of Bloomfield Mr was Froman here SundayI Carance Settles were m town Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Noe and Mr and Mrs Gwib Marks and Miss Mary Tong wern in Leban on Sunday Mr T W Simms Sr and Misses Margaret Spalding and Stella Simms are visiting Mrs Belle Medley at Owensboro Ky Miss Eleanor Duncan is the guest of her sister Mrs Jenk- Ins at Qindnnati Ohio Mrs TW Simms Sr and Mrs W T Leachmao and daughter Imeda visited in Lebanon yesterday Mr dnd Mrs U D Robertson were iILouisyille yesterday boe K r J l i +u FonJtMI5s This Chan I I Unparalled Sensationin Spectacle llingt 7 wtt I God Filled Spectacles with Lenses FittedI to yopr ekes by an Expert Optician Jfor I COUNTY cOuWi DLY OII ISpectacletlI1 Monday Ma127 and continuing through Thursday May3OI IICommencing Special rice can only continue FORFOIJkDAYS accommodate those unable to fce wailed on last month 1 What Yon Get For 1f protection and restfortired strained eyes freedom frpm headache and eye pains thai come I from defective vision the satisfaction that you have go ten all this and saved a nice sum of 1 money Do notte disappointed if sou cannot be waited upon atthe timeyou call Call Again 1 Sold By Many For 5OO- Consutation IIFreeEiPe al1YI I Noticet 1- I r EY SIGHT SPECIALIST Office at Mrs Searcys Boarding iouse SPRINGF k Ly J I am permanently located When I givey n a guarantee itmeans something I makis j t loWffe lrspecial lenses less than half of any other specialist If its possible to fit your eyes I can do it Lowt pricM for Special Ground BiFocal Lenses it I SPECIAL OFFER Should anyone needing glasses be unable to call at my office jut llett me know I will call at your residence and fit you properly I havepo agents IALADY ATTENDANT JU At IIILMrs J Warren Nally is visit ing relatives at Uoiontown Ky Roy Clarence V T Richeson was electrocuted May 21 at Bos ton for the murder of his for mer sweetheart Avis Linnell To Be Married Mr Cleve Young and Miss Lattie Coyle and Mr Jim Mil bun and Miss Lzzie Harmon are to be married at the Metbo dist church Wesleys chapel May 26 at one oclpck by Rev J AI Sawyer The brides are the daughters of MrJ M Coyle and J M Harmon They are among the most attractive young ladies of their community The grooms are the sons of Mr Pen Young and R L Milburn popu1ItarWashington county They all will go to J M Har mens for dinner and in the af ternoon will go to Springfield 1M r Young and his bride will go Ito her grandfathers Mr Henry Coyle Mr Milbur and his bride to his brothers Mr Woodie Milburn They will return to their homes Monday rhe writer wishes tnem a long dud hap py married life B P L Tom Pipes and aged colored man dropped dead at his home near Texas last week Be was highly soldier respected arid was an old The Alumnae of St Catharines will serve a strawberry supper at the Walnut Street Tneatre Wednesday May 29tb I FOR SALE II IHaving more stock than I can graze and prop erly take care of I willon the street at Springfield JKy I1 MONDAY MAY 27 1912 i4s at about 2 pm offer for sale two registered Short Horn Bull Calves both roans and fine individuals and the best of breeding one eleven the other six months old also at same time 3 very fine registered I Shorthorn cows one with heifer calf by side the 9 othertwo to calve and may sell one or two grade 4 cows This stuff is high class and it will be a good 9 4 opportunity for anyone wanting the best of Iree- d4ingstock I 1 G L HA N1c4 tJ oj rT i 2TT IAI SL0OI Call and see my displayII abSOluteliy j All standard style f esI IJRRIOHARDMKENJJAL I and uit itit uiuntu iiuutmui- I t I Hal Hamilton 44326 j fine trotting red stallion will make the season of 112 at my it IThis mile from Frederlckstown on Bardstown road at if- iiii fJO Tp Insure a Living Colt = Hal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 28375 dam = Elkmaid by Elkhornf 13909 granddam Sarah Francis byj Madrid 11835 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Tennessee Wilkes 2735 he by George Wilkes record 222 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Brown Hal 16935 At same time and place will stand my Jack t rkxTpBlack Old I Black Hawk he by Gov Wood First dam by Logan Jr iJ dam a black Jennelt with good points He has proven to be good breeder several of his colts sold last year for l25 He win make th Huon 5 Att SIO For a Mare Mule and 8 Fw a Ktrse lIMit f Serve Jtrwets at 12 IjI IWill 55Willalso at the same time and place stand my Jack I 5 JohnW H By the old Dick Parrott Jack and out of Spanish J aflett Herhas proven himself a fiure foal getter and his colts ipeik for then He willmakethe season at Iselies 6 For a Horse Mule and 8Ftr a Hrc Mvk 1Lien retained on illl colts sired by either Mer jjickt for service fee Money due when the fact is ascertainedaure parted wither i butISTABLE Houiis6 to 8 amll30 am to 1 pm andSto 1IIpm Anyone calling at these hours will always find sore ole at barn otherwise you might have to wait J JL HAMILTOH J 5 FrdericXstow ICyj Ta- 4HH San BreaHer Will mike the season of 1912 atmy farm 8 mIles from Fredeij ekstown and six miles from Sp riffitId SlZTolBSBKiCpJttoStuiMiSicki SBreaker Trials 217 12 and 216 14 browa here li 14 S1indh high foaled 1903r half brother ta Me4die Connor tr KW San Breaker Is by San Mateo 212S 81 Slmes 2741bi h George Wilkes 1st dam Jennie L trt 215 12 by Nutbreke ISI h byutwood600 Money due when r colt is foaled mare parsed rH e1 I where A lidniretalned on colts for service fee IfackII Will also atsame timevand place itandtbe t UOvenor2flacktf Governorilc Istlack Jack wltM4poiMiI5 hctafa i bdif and has proven himself to be a aowfHaifrtlir We wiI MM ft season at j 8for a Ho eMk 4S 3Aii kM JwfWi1 etBi SboiIf 1 Worio l I I c rT r r r v 4 t i ii 4LI4 Ytwrk 1 litne ceNever once I been floating peace fully along with thcsd hpre titled IrlcHds of mine but I was some anx Iou about you soP And Mr Slosson Uncle Bbb did 1 you smack him like you smacked Days Blount that day when he tried to steal meT asked Hannibal whose cfeildlsh sense of jusUce demanded reparation for the wrongs they hair ufcered Mr Yancy extended a big right waspJ jii He were the meanest man I ever felt obliged fo to hit with my list gc NeTTyf it appeared like he had teeth r all over hIs face Aotwheres his hIde Uncle Bohr cried the llttleCavendlshes In aa excited chorus Shodld you for get katr They themselves had for gotten the unique enterprise to which Mr Yancy was committed hut the allusion to Slosson bad revived their 4 mioryof1t Well he begged so piteous to b- 4t alkweg fo to keep his hide I hadnt the heart to strip it off explained Mr Yaacy pleasantly And the winters comla oat this moment I can feel a chill in the airdont youall reckon hes going to seed it fit to keep the cold out Shbj you mustnt be bloody minded What was It about Mr 81osson kfde Uncle Bob demanded 1innibaL What was you agoln to do te that dSupS4 sad thro wed me IB the river I was one peevish fo a spell In my feel iafljs7o hun said Yancy In a tone of jpeatle regret He glanced at his indeed hand But Im right pleased able to say that Ive got over fefflgilfcesi oackaritable thoughts or 17 ItrAftd you seen the judge Uncle questioned Hannibal Tee Ive Been the Judge We wanItogether fo part of a day Me and t Mat gets on fine Where is he now Uncle BobdI reckon hes back Plain by this time You see we left him in Raleigh along after noon to tend to 3 some business he had oh hand I snyer seen a gentleman of his weight jw truly spry on his legs lauIabout you Nervy while as to mind I V8hor why Vords flowed out of hint caiaaturally as water out of a branch lifOt Hannibals relationship to theif j f ttrevealed by the judge himself when he should see tit Uncle Bob whom I going to live withI now Questioned Hannibal anx louily That pints already come upiNevyy klm and mes decided that tlfere wont be no friction Youali WW just go onUvlng with him But wha about you Uncle Bob cried Hannibal lifting a wistful little face to fancys Ok meTwell youall wilt go right on living with me Jr Zpj And what wlU come of Mr Ma kaffyrSI reckon youall will go right onI t living UII 1eBob with hIm tooIwe aU are going to live in one house low It will have to be fixed that I a aways agreed Yancy SCHAPTER XXXS The Judge Receives a Letter After be had parted with Solomonj oi3l iaiertne judge applied Vhlmself Siniently to shaping that Tfrlracie working document which he was preI paring as an offset to whatever risk he ran in meeting Fentress As gulne as he was sanguinary he nIdently expected to survive the counter yet it was well to provide for a fa possible emergency had he not his grandsons future to consider While thus occupied he saw theafternoon stage arrive and depart from before the City Tavern Half fen hour later Mr Wesley the postmaster came sauntering up the pstreet in lila hand he carried a let Icr Howdy he drawled from just be yond the judges open door The judge glanced up hIs quill pen tppiseiialoft t t Good evening sir wont you stef6 inside and be seated he asked gra clousiyl His dealings with the United States mall service were of the most f Insignificant description and In per sonally delivering a letter If this was itI0 Mr Wesley had reached the limit of despatchf never stOldfrU i3orQ than twothirds of the truth said the postmaster He sur 1 veyed the judge curiously Tarn complimented by your opln tt4fgentleman prompUT1 consider twcj ItJlwdsi an enormopniv hleh ncr cent I rLiUi ALCOHOL 3 PER CENI AgepnSt0flUldlSaaiiBoiIs nessaisWontaInsi1ttOMoliJKLne NOT NARCOTIC adadzi1fm I 4S JAistlttd zIodbrImr i JI pexfectflcIfleiyfoTQ7ttSR- HonSourStoitHchDlarra I WormsconvnlsiansFemim nessandlOSSOrSLEEP J II FacSimile Signarure fJ- tI YORKtAtb months old t J5DOSES 35CENTS Exact Copy of Wrapper =to nave achlevea There is something in that too agreed Mr Wesley Who Is Colonel Slocum Price Turbervllle The judge started up from his chair I have that honor said he bow iIpg Well heres a letter come In ad- ressed like that and aa youve been using part of the name I am willing to assume youre legally entitled to the rest of It It clears up a point that off and onhas troubled me con siderable I can only wonder I want point may I ask t Why about the time you hung out your shingle here some one wrote a lletter to General Jackson It was mailed after night and when I seen It In the inornlng I was clean beat couldnt locate the handwriting and et I kept that letter back a couple ol ays and give It all my spare time ItI aint that Im one of your spying orttheres nothing of the Yankee about me- Certainly not agreed the judge Candid judge I reckqn you wrote that letter seeing this one comes Unt der a frank from Washington No sir I couldnt make out who was corresponding with the president and it worried me not knowing more than anything Ive had jto contend against since t came lnto81Qce I calculate there aint a postmaster In the United States takes a more personal Interest IiiIn the service than me Ive frequent lly set patrons right when they was Ini doubt as to the date they had mailed such and such a letter As Mr Wesley sometimes canceled as many as three or four stamps lIn a single day be might have been pardoned his pride In a brain which thus Illightly dealU with the burden of om clal business Ho surrendered the letter with marked reluctance Your surmise Is correct said the Judge with dignity I had occasion to write my friend General Jackson and unless I am greatly mistaken I aIletter on the table And do you know Old Hickory cried Mr Wesley Why not Does It surprise you7 Inquired the judge It was only his innate courtesy which restrained him from kicking the postmaster Into the street so Intense was his desire toy be rid of him No I dont know as It does judge Inlthepolitician cant afford to be too blame particular Well next time you write regardsithere was considerable contention over my getting this office I reckon he aint forgot There was speeches made I understand the lie was passed between two United States senators and that a quidof tobacco was throwed In anger Having thus clear ly established the fact that he was more or less uatlonal character Mr Wesley took himself off When he had disappeared i from sight down the street uie judge closed the door Then be picked tup the let ter For a long minute he held It In his hand uncertain fearful while his mind slipped back Into the past until his inward searching vision ferreted out a handsome soldierly figure his own Thats what Jackson remembers if he remembers anything he mut as with trembling fingers he the seal Almost instantly a 1tered overspread his battered fea He hitched his chin higher and his ponderous shoulders itnotS me with sincere esteem and conld rg mv services to the countrY a g well I J i iaOR WOMEN qNLYIThat Is thvaaturo of Dr Pierces Foyorito Prescription the one remedy for romeB which coataini no alcohol l and nphabStforraing drugs Made from native mediGiaal forest roots Dr Pierce tells Its every ingredient on the bottlewrap per Prominent physicians and some of the best medical authorities endorse these iIa4re4teats M being the very best known remedies for ailments end weaknesses peeuUftf to women This Is what Moa GESBTTI E COKFEV of Longstrcct Ky says I fccllIt my duty to write and ton you what SS f your medicines have dono for me Iwnsn great sufferer for six years from a trouble peculiar to 7oraon but 1 am thankful to say after taking four bottles of your Favorite J 11 l Prescription I am not bothered with that dreadful disease 4 any more I feel lIked new woman When I first wrote I you fpr advice Ionly weighed 115 porndsflI weigh 1 V thank you very much ftr your kndncssf You hav I t J befnas a father to innIn advlslhs iSo what to do so may A God bless you In evcry effort you Put forthfor good I hopo this testimonial will to tho means 61 some pOor Y t rnY suffering woman roolilns hccltlu bOstjpl4 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature 8 of In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAi sew YQC =IWOrtD ycugebreathedfind to say now Certainly this was well calculated to disturb the sour cynicism of his friend His bleared eyes brimmed After all his groping he had touched hands with the reall judgeshipthough the south had its dignity it nfeiitted something He uut rfoimon1 htr The Ig ra Lol fur his ln Ja Ay ivV 1 a w tat Ort is td met Vd fc them ayr at tlnt norncnt e aa actually in leceipt of ap income enjoytheIng levied and collected with no other end In view than his stipend his ardent fancy saw the whole Iof government fn operation macblneryI benefit It was a singular feeling be experienced Then promptly his1 spendthrift brain became active He needed clothesso did Mahaffy so did his grandson they larger house he would buy themIIman servant these were cessltles as he now viewed Once again he reached for hfs hat tbe desire to rustroff to Belle Plain was overmastering I reckon Id be justified In hiring a conveyance from Pegloe he thought but just here he bad a sav ing memory of hIs unfinished task that claimed precedence and he reoI sumed his pen An hour later Pegloes black boy presented himself to the judge He came bearing a girt and the gift ap- propriatelY enough was a square caselbottle of respectable size The judge was greatly touched by this attention but he began by making a most temperate use of the tavernkeepers of feting then as the formidable document he was preparing took shape un lostIfeeling 0 Spartan fortitude which bad at first sustained him in the nres nro of fpmntatlon H wroto uua ptu in complete quiet ury and when at last he had exhaust ed the contents of the bottle it curred to him that It would be only proper personally to convey his thanks to Pegloe Perhaps ho was not un inspired in this by ulterior hopes If they were richly rewarded The resources x f the City Tavern were suddenly placed at his disposal lie attributed tbjs to a variety of causes alt good and sufficient but the real reason never suggested itself indeed it was of such a perfidious nature that the judge open and generousminded could not have grasp d it By six oclock he was undeniably drunk at eight he was sounding still deeper depths of inebriety with only the most confused memory of impend ing events at ten bo collapsed and was borne upstairs tiy Pegloe and his black boy to a remote chamber hi the kitchen wing Here he was undressed and put to bed and the tavernkeep er making a bundle of his clothes re tired from the room locking the door after him and the Judge was doubly a prisoner Jtouslrig at last from a heavy dreamless sleep the judge was aware of a faint Impalpable light in his room the ashen light of a dull October dawn He was aware too of a feeling ol profound depression He knew this was the aftermath of Indulgence and that he might look forward to forty eight hours of utter misery of Boirl and groaning aloud be closed his eyes Sleep was the thing if he compass it Instead his quickened Something was to happen dI at sunup ho could not what It was to be though he distinct ly remembered that Mahaffy had matterMabarrythe embodied todutybecomeIipaInsIDgsell ugbtdfleplY What was it that Mahaffy had said be was to do veryhour cheerlessMahaffy would not have been so concerned about it Eventually he decided to refer everything to Mabaffy He spoke his friends name weakly and in a shaking v lce but received no answer Solomon shutIngwhatsboqldhave shttkedthereThethis were not a nfemonltlnn of certain r t tt t t Mdko Pe r140394Record 228f trhil 2 18 BayEors l5 hand highoeight 1250 57slreOa r Groiindaav if 15o Insure a Living Colt or 10 Cash at Time of Service 1 Moko 457 Dumps2oli r Sire f79 in 230 Inc ing Brenda Yor 204fFereno 205 Native Belle 31 061 Silver Bill 4 208- Sui NJ 209 Go ko 210 Als sire of the da of The Ifar yes r201T- 4ittl earl Re rd22I- Da of Moko Pearl r 2i2 II H jue when is with elsewhere I tA 114 Ft4I 1ta i Iiic L cd c cd cd4iPegloes Black Boy dlime Bearing a Gift nauucinauons to wni ne was not a stranger Then all a flash he membered Fentress id the meeting at Boggs 110w the eve nlng bad a spasm of regret s sometblngtftf I had other think of This must never fgain he told himself He was r now Doubt less Pegloe had put 3m to bed Well that had been thougljkul of legloe he would not forge I himthe City Tavern should conti ieto enjoy his patronage would something for udgeHlocumPrice lplace headquarters lien in Raleigh Feeliqgtbifi be had ready conferred wealth ani distinct on tbe fortu nate Pegloe the Jud thrust bis fat legs over the side of Sis bed and stood erect Stooping he eached for his clothes He conlldi tly expected to find them on the or but his hand merely swept an in carpeted waste The judge was prof ndly astonished i aybe Ive got e on I dont re rIll takfng them or lIe thought hopefully He movjd juncertalnly in the direction of th wmdow where exjtremltlesinal idea that his clothes were scat tered about the flcxi acreattto Boggs and Fentrdis would be thereat sunup Finally e abandoned his quest of the mlsslgg garments and He DistinguisH Several Men turned to the doo To say that was amazed when ie found It beI would have most Inadequately de scribed his emotiqt Breathing deep he fell back a steor two and then with all the vigo be could muster launched himself r the door But It resisted him Its bolted on tie other side ho muttered the ful measure of Peg loes perfidy reve Jlng Itself to his mind He was ag ist It was a plot to discredit him egloea hospitality had been Inspired by his enemy for Pegloe was Fentr is Again be attack i lieved might be possible to force it from its hinges b t Pegloe had done his work too we for that and at lait spent and b pathless the judge dropped down on the edge of his bed to consider the tuatlon He was without clothes aid he was a prisoner yet his mine rose splendidly to meet the difficult js that beset him His greatest activities were reserved Baron Wilkes 4758 Record i18 Sireofl9iri210 Sire of 162 in 230 189Grand Queen Ethel Dam of 3 in 230 Granddam of 2 in 230 J t Sire of dam ofl230 Isolene Dam of Little Pearl ofIMoko PearI2S George Wilkes 519 230Sire I Grandsire of 3160 in 230IBelle Patchen Grent brood I marcI Strathmore408 Sire of 89 in 2 30 230 Princess Ethel Great brood mardI Hinder Wilkes 8685 IGrandsireof j 230 1Heralga Elumstohe 3269 Alice Loraine Granddam of Little Pearl 221 dam of Moko Pearl 2281 colt or bred i It ft IOE woat appearea to oe only a son of despair He armed himself with a threelegged stool he bad found and turned once more to the door but the stout planks stood firm under his blows Unless I get out of here In time Im a ruined man thought the judge After this Fentress will refuse to meet The melItention That too Pegloe bad taken the precaution to fatten but a single savage blow of the stool shattered glass and sash and left an empty space that framed the dawns red glow The judge looked out and shook his head dubiously It was twelve feet or more to the ground a risky drop for a gen tleman of his years and build The judge considered making a rope of his bedding and lowering himself to the ground by means of It he remem bered to have read of captives in that interesting French prison the Bastille who did this However an equally ingenious but much more simple use for his bedding occurred to him it world form a soft and yielding sub stance on which to alight He gathi ered it up Into his arms feathertick and all and pushed it through the window then he wriggled out across the ledge feet first and lowering him self to the lull length of his armsI squarely on the rolledup bed with a jar that shodk hint to hisjcenter Almost gaily be snatched up a quilt draping It about him after the manner of a Roman toga and thusllightly habited started across Mr Pegloes truckpatch his one thought Boggs and tbe sun It would have served no purpose to bavje gone home since his entire wardrobe except for the shirt on his back was in the tar ernkeepers possession besides he bad not a moment to lose for the sun was peeping at him over the horizon Unobserved he gained the edge of the town and the highroad that led past Boggs and stole a fearful glanco over his shoulder Tbe sun was clear of the treetops he could even feel tbe lifeless dust grow warm beneath his feet and wrapping the quilt closer about him he broke into a labored run Some twentjf minutes later Boggs came In sight He experienced a moment of doubtdoubtless Fentress had been there and gone It was a hideous thought and the judge groaned Then at tbe other end of the meadow near the woods he distin guished several men Fcntrcss and his friends bqyond question Tbe judge laughed albud In spite of everything be was keeping his engagement he was plucking his triumph out of tho very dregs of failure The judge threw himself over the fence a corner of the quilt caught on one of tbje rails he turned to release it and in that instant two pistol shots rang out sharply in the morning air ICHAPTER XXXI NightIt nce that Solomon Mabaffy accompanied Yancy and Cavendish to Belle Plain he would have preferred to remain In Raleigh In attendance upon Judge Price Intimately acquainted with the JUdgos mental processes he could tot low all the devious workings of that magnificent mind be could fathom the simply hellish Ingenuity he was capable of putting forth to accom plish temporary benefits Permitting this thoughts to dwell upon the min strength and weakness which was so curiously blended In Slocum Prices character he had horrid vi sions of that great soul freed from the trammels of restraint confiding his melancholy history to Mr Pegloe in the hope of bolstering his fallen credit at the City Tavern Always where the judge was con cerned he fluctuated between extremes of doubt and confidence He felt that under the urgent spur of occasion his friend could rise to any emergency deImandlthen his efforts were discounted by his Insane desire to realize at once his opportunities In his haste he onI tor ever plucking unripe fruit and though he might keep ond eye on tbe main chance the other was fixed justI as resolutely on the nearest tavern With the great stake which fate had suddenly Introduced Into their los Ing game he wished earnestly to be Hove that the judge would stay quIetI ly in his office and complete the task he had set himself that with this off his hands the promIse of excitement at Belle Plain would compel bis pea ence there when he would pass some e nt tluo ttalnlnsc tntfuen lambletoman 10 6lly Spanker Mam Patchen 58 Sally Chorister Hambletpnian 10 r Lady JValtermire Volunteer 55 Black Bess 1 t Red Wilkes 174- 9LadyAhnont t Hermes M8 lIga Harry Phimmer 2976 Bernard vilJe Maid Homer f Pickaniny kMone Ioaledmareparted thlogf tenantI HinderThomas40393Sire jGrandsire JSire which He was determined to ex b In short to Solomon life embraced jjust tbe one vital consideration which was to maintain the judge in a state of sobriety until after his meet lIng with Fentress The purple of twilight was stealing over the land when he and his two companions reached Belle Plain They l ret1rnedfrombeen dragged but without results and that as yet nothing had been heard from Carrlngton or the dogs he halt SOE jr- Presently Cdvendlsh and Yancy set- off across the fleldp They were go- Ing on to the raft to Polly and the six little Cavendishes whom they had not seen since early morning but they promised to ber back at Belle Plain within an hour By very nature an alien Mahaffy sought out a dark corner on the wide porch that overlooked the river to await their return The house had bpIngand partake of It The murmur of iidle purposeless talk drifted out to him ho was Irritated and offended by It There was something garish In this indiscriminate hospitality in the very home of tragedy As the rup ments slipped by his sense of dis pleasure Increased with mankind in l general with himself and with the Judgej principally with the jUi who was to make a foolish target eIhimself in the morning He was goilIng to give too man who had wrecked his life a chance toVtakelt as well Mahaffys cold logic dealt cynically with the preposterous situation friend had created hlSJ In the midst of his angry tlons he beard a clock strike in the hall and counted the strokes It was nine oclQck Surely Yancy and Cav endish had been gone their hour He quitted his seat and strolled restless ly about the house He felt deeply iindignant with everybody and every thing Human Intelligence seemed but a pitiable advance on brute In ftstincLwhat had been accomplished Car rington the Judge Yancy Cavendish the four men who might have worked together to some purposef had widely separated themselves and here was the duel the very climax of absurdity He resumed his dark cod ner and waited another hour Still no CarrIngton and Yancy and Caven ratIAll of them fools At last he decided to go back torthe jJudge and a moment later was hurrying down the lane In the direc Uon of the highroad but Jaded as heI was by the effort he had already put for that day the walk to Raleigh made tremendous demands on him and it was midnight when hq entered the little town It cannot be said that bo was alto gether surprised when he found their cottage dark and apparently desert ed He had half expected this En tering and not stopping to secure a candle ho groped his way upstairs toOthe room on the second floor be and the Judge shared Price he called but this gained him no espouse and he cursed soft ly under his breath He hastily descended to the kltch en lighted a candle and stepped Intoi the adjoining room On the table was I neat pile of papers and topping the pile was the presidents letter Be ing burdened by no false scruplesl and thinking It might afford someJclue to the Judges whereabouts Ma haffy took It up and read It Having mastered its contents ho instantly glcnced in the direction of the City Tavern but It was wrapped in darkness Price Is drunk somewhere waschis definite conclusion But hell be the in b1ingmostnhardlyThe letter with its striking news made little or no impression on hint j Just then It merely furnished theaclue he had sought The Judge wasbj off somewhere marketing his prosbj pectsht After a Unto Mabaffy went up j stair and without removing hisaclothes threw himself on the bed HaIj was worn down to the point of haUStiOn t yet bjo could not sleep though tne deep silence warned hintc that daY was not far off What 11tbut he would not let the thought shape itself in big mind He had witnnessed the Judges skill wjth the pis Irraltlonal11vo Fentrpa J3ouncing Cannaught 15272 IMPDRTED ENGLISH HAGKNBY STALLION itWill make the season of 1912 at the Far Grounds Sp n ldIKy8t 15 To Insure a Living Colt or liOCash at Time pf Service elsewhereThishigh weigh 1275 lbs dark GhesnutL sorrel andbred 1 sure give and action This horse has proven himself to be a sure and 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watched for the coming of the dawn buT before the darkncsg llifted he hadfisen from the bed and gone downstairs where he made him eeltJ1 cup of wretcbed coffee Then be blew out hIs candle and watched thoifay light spread He was Ilinj Calient now to be off and fully an fOfBoggsOctoberMorning t place of meeting bulbe bad scarcely entered the meadow when Ftentress rode up attended by Toni War They dismounted and th- olonel lifted his bat Mahaffy barer ly acknowledged the salute hewas ln ho mood for courtesies that meant otbing Ware was clearly of the alnQ mind There was an awkward pause then Fentressnnd Wpro spoke together 14 low tone Tbq planters speech was and hoarse and his heavy lood hot eyes wore the eyes ot lauutthl man this was all a part ojt Fcntrcss scheme to face the world nd Ware still believed that the tires li kshad kindled had served his des peratp need When the first long shadows atolfs qut from the edge of tao woods Jen tress turned to Mahaffy whose glance was dlrocted 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