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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 r ESTABLISHED I IN 1883 tof t Ir NEW j SERiESrVOL XIX J g23 sosoPINGFIELD WASH tiGerl I COUNTY KENTUCKY JJUNE 6 1912tpr r rr IOOPEYEAIlII I JA FAITH FOUNDATION NECE8- rSARY IIk Luke vl 3g49June 9 Bt yedotrt of the Word and not heareri f only dtctitiny your eltttMJattei I CHE GREAT TEACHER In to days lesson emphasizes the necessity of knowledg and of a faith built thereupon The blind tendIng the blind represent the Ignorant leading the Ignorant Into dif flcnltles 1 tf1 Tbei destination sought by the Jews was fellowship with and relationship to God His nlghest favor mentioned to Abraham Baying In thy Seed shall All the families of the edrth bo bless edt St Paul says of that promise Israel bath not obtained that which he seeketh but the election bath obtained It and the rest were blinded The entire Jewish race was blinded and turned aside anSI fell Into the pit Into confusion darkness separation I from God This was the very matter against which Jesus forewarned them How important that Gods people recognize the true Leader Jesusand heed not the voice of others Alas we flpd that many of the greatI and wise ol the principal pulpits of the world are undermining faith by telling that the Bi ble Is not Divinely Inspired that Closes and the Prophets tdld not write the books ascribed to them and hence in directly Baying that Jesusand the Apos ties were deceived when they made quotations from the Old Testament and Cast first bcam ascribed them to Isaiah J eremlilh1Moses Habakkuk etc These great men style themselves 0JIlgh Critics and endorse the theory that humanity is undergoing a process of evolution from monkeylikeness up mdittelling people that there lIkenessno senle 1Tl for sin no Redeemer from sin its secn e undthat nestltuI flea ot tt li3tibpcd forActs ut 1921 Humillty a Character Foundation Top parutile of a man with a beam in lila eye trying to pick a mote out of his brothers eye was a forceful meth td whereby the Master Inculcated the necessity of humility Humility Is a foundation virtue The Latin word for humility is humus ground This implies that It is the soil out of which otbef vlrtiies are produced Those whothiLJi they know everything can learnnothlng flow beautiful It Is to realize that Jesus was bumble and that all the holy angels are sol Grapes Off a Bramble Bush While the Scriptures forbid Gods people to Judge one ahotlier they do commend sobs another kind of judg lag yhile not condemning the heart we are to Judge of tbe outward con duct The parable wbiuh our Lord ln thliIlesson gives respecting the rath bring of grapes from bramble bashes illustrates this point Gods people are 4likened to the grapevine which pro ducfs no thorns but luscious clusters of fruit Mankind In general are Ilk cued to bramble bushes ready to jurer on tliesllgbtdst provocation and are tnerely selfsns alnlng We are to distinguish between such harnctcrs j arid Gods people By their fruits shall ye know them It Is said that at times a bramble bush Is entirely covered by a vine w that the grapes appear to be coming from the bush However we ore not to be mistaken A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruitage neither canon Injurious tree bring forth good fruitage The lesson Is that those who ore really Gods people must be fruit bearing else they are none of HIs Is therefore useless for any man to tell us that be has given his heart 3rhe rutn of that house wca great out It to the Lord in ful ness of consecration and that be has received the sanctify lug influences of the Holy Spirit and yett ibid him rejoicing- In sin taking pleas ure In Iniquity In j justice selfishness nud a course of life Injurious to his neighbors If his heart be changed the results wIll be manifest ln his dat ly life because out of the abundance of tbe heart tbe moutb apinkuth The House on the Rock- Jhls parable IHustnUes two classes of bellfvers Both hour ltfie Great Tit er instrtirtloiiK and believe and 5 roar faith otuivtiire and entertain hiavenly tapper lint the one Is more pnident than tlie other One seeks for the doctrines and principle nf theDI vlut Word and buIlds his faIth struc jture ttieretipou His faith therefore cannot fall whatever storms may ns Fall The iinwie believer builds upon the traditions of the elders tbe creeds of tbe Dark Ages etc He falls to ap predate tin necessity for having a proper foiijidn tlon for faith and works Iti th Hroe of Htrww with wblqh this Age will end till mini will ODdl tbe routjclntlop swppt away they xvlll tliereby Riiffer grent loss though they themselveB may bemired as byflre trlbulntlon Corinthians Ill 1315 Anothr Reason Air amusing story Is told of Edmunfl i 9theUowithAh adnllren on the street it day 3met1i1D1 congratula 4nuns I J you would ckoke Jap Mr Kean you seemed ro treMendously In earnestuIn ear leetT HI4 the tragedian 1 should think so Hang the fellow Ho was 1 trying to keep tee out of the focus jjjTT FINE HOGS i Owned By W G Grundyj and E S Mayes Jr W G Grundyj OtSjingfieldrcFan or his excellent heard of DUrocs Professor Boyr by The Professor and out lof the noted Zelna 35 b This boar should prove a great breed er He is a splendid individual and is improving all the time i Among the matrons that Mr firntifltr areJdaughtersof Duke of Cols Cl Ts Coll and Chief Orion With such seed stock it is onjly to be ex pected tIt the hogs Mr Griindy j raises would be exceptionally good and they aTe Mr Grnn dys home is oae of the mq t beautiful in Wasbington county and the latch string Is always on the outside lbe house is locat bi l asIl in the Stale The magriificant trees rare shrubs graceful climbing vines and dowers that sut round the residence which was built by the Grundys of a geheration that has past adds beauty to the handsome old homein whict neatness and or tier reigns and where a table- groanstbree times each day Under the good things so nicely prepared and served ITbete are few stockmens you will find note real comfort or a heartier wel come Another Crimson Rambler breeder of Washington county that has a palatial home is E tieldIHis residence is also located on a hill and In its sitting of majes tic trees overlooks the prosperous town of Springfield and af otherIsurpas sed nowhere in the the country This place not the house How aVer is the hume of the chain pion of Champions Defender thjtS Mr Mayes paid East Bios of Lima Ohio 35000 lorrr ere are a large number of sowjs in this excellent herd that tea credit to the court of any boar even though he be considered by a large pr cent of the breeders to be the best hog living Mr Mayes August sale which he is already making special affordIcessecure Durois of u class and breeding tbttt have heretofore been almost priceless to Ken tacky breeders Its a Well known fact that defender was atood at 100 by East Bros Now jit will be possible for you to buy sows bred to him at your own prices wLich you make at auc Lion It is only reasonablerto expect that that Defender stuff and sows bred to him will attract buyers from eVery section even from the Buck Eye State where many of the breeders ini sist hogs can land are bred bet ttrlhan anywhere else on earth Farmers Howe Jounal Escapes an Awful Fate A thousand tongues could not express the gratitude ofplrs J E Cox of Joli- et for her wonderful deliverunce from an awful fate Typhoid pneumonia had left me with adreadful cvtigh she writes Sometimes I had such awful caughing spells I thnught I would die I could get no help from doctors treatment or other medicines till I used Dr Kings New Discovery But I owe my life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all now Quicksafe and reliable for all throat and lung troubles Every bottle guaran ted 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon 8 Robertson Notice Myl1account are now in the lands ofPqlin Polin for collections All persons indebted tome will settle with them James S Moran Former proprietori Acme Meat MSrkdt LosT On last Saturday longl white kid glove for the lift hand between McClnre Mares and St Dominies ceqje tefyil Finder will please return s me to Miss4 Sidney Comsteck Gorpus Christi at St Rose An ancienfc custom of the Catholic church beautiful and sublime was the celQbationo1 Corpus Christi in theopen when all catholics from the budding faith of the innocence of five yearsto ihe ripening knowlellye of tottering age made public demonstration of their belief in theReat Presence of the Sacra ment of tho alter and begged the blessings of God upon the harvestthe temporal needs of man Because of the solemnity of the occasion und the indelible marks of love arid reverence im pressed upon the jiearts of the participants this grand old cus tom has been revived in late years at beautiful old St Rose and will take place dex t Sunday theQih inst at 3 oclbck p in No catholic can be present at this peremony and fail to glean a bigger truer knowledge and reverence for the things be pro fesses to believe =t is hoped that all who possibly can Will he present whether within or Without the congregation Helps a Judge In fad fix Justice Eli Cherry of Gillis Mills Tenn was plainly worried A bad sore onhis leg had baffled several drctpjs and long resisted all remedies j thought it was a cancer he wrote At last I used Bucklens Arnica Salve and was completely cured Cures burns boils ulcers cuts bruises and piles 25 cts at Haydon Robertson Cure for Snoring The Invention of a light steell bar fa bo held against the upper lips by clamps to prevent persons from snor ing Ik announced in the patent office but giany persons are convinced that a crowbar driven deftly through the cranium is the only permanent cure Very EmotionaL Ever see one of these barefoot dancers Their steps arc symbolic every step means something I saw one of em land on a tack one night Her steps were full of meaning for the next few minutes Spirit of the Times it Is an age of artificial devices Rare indeed Is the man and rarer still tho woman In whose physical make up there Is not something false cith- er eyes or teeth or hair From the Atlantic No Chance for Him A Kansas City man has obtained a divorce because his wife insisted on keeping 35 cats In the house It was a physlftil Impossibility for him to kick them all around at once Never Straight The cocoanut palm has ono peculiar uy It never stands upright There Is a Malay maxim to the effect that He who hath seen a straight cocoanut palm will surely Jive forever Dally Thought We live In an ascending scale whence live happily one thing leading to another In an endless series Robert Louis evenson Making the Home A house is no home unless It contains food and fire for the mind as well as for the bodyMargaret Fuller Secret Worth Answering Wouldnt you give a good deal for a walters secret 6C getting money without asking for It Atchison Globe The Reward- I am to pee to It that the world Is better for me and to find my reward in the aet Emerson IKnowledge Must Ce Put to Use The mere possesulon If knowledge is nothingit is totallyuseless unless it Is used Herbert Kaufman Seldom It Is seldom that a man succeeds In overestimating his own unimportance HairFalling You certainly cannot lose your hair and keep it too Which shall it be Lose then do nothing Keep Then use Ayezs Hair Vigor That is about all there is to it Ayers Hair4Vigor is also a splendid hairdressing and hairtonic It keeps the hair andgreatlyHnot color the hair Consult your doctor freely Doctors are studying these hair questions much more than daysIMade br the ro Ann Lowell GLASS Swallowed and Op atiol Necessary To RemoyMIt Glass swallpwed by Capt J Reginald Clementsau at orney was removed from his s jomaclf yesterday morning afdr the fragment was located t rough an Xray examination by prs J Hunter Peak and S T pfeatts The operation was perfuixieqat the Deaconess Hospltal The Plebe of glass was founll to be nearly the size of a thuiib nail Several days ago Capt Clements purchased ajar of pr serves at a grocery near his h itne in Hill Creat avenue It wis open ed at bis home that day Hat use and it is presumed that 4 piece of glass accidentaUv brc ken off the jar dropped into he preserves Capt Gjemeots was an uoyed by a Slight paijiiu his stomach shortly after eating some of tbereserves but he gave the palpo sJerioi s hetd until to days later Tuen he consulted Dr Peak I Saturday an Xray examina uon was conducted by D sPeak and Yeatts and the frag4ietit of gluss was bond iu the s omach An operation WAS decideU neces sary Japt Cieuaeuts was re moved to the hospital romjhid honm and yesterday nciiriini underwent the cperat on It was said last night by a tending physicians that their patient stood the ordeal well and the chances favor his recoy ry Capt Clements came utOi the puolic eye taut year wne ii he de fended Joseph Wendi ig who way convIcted of tne mti rder of Alma Kullner and gh en a life beutence in the penitsiitaryi Courier Journal TIStruck the Danger f ignal IF Farly Sunday moining as MesdM John Philips and Carl Sterks weie stiiriing to Louisville on their rayt jrcyciua Mr Phillips happened u au uc cident that cauie heart putting bun for the time buing out ol the running Spaldin avenue had not been thrown open to the tiayeling public since lle stieet hud beou made over Mr Phillips who was souiej distance in front of Mr Sitrk did not see the rope stretched across the btreet on which dingled a small piece of red c1dth The i first he knew qIt1U rope was when iit struck ms bo1y Rea Irzing that he must i4tquiek Mr Phillips released his hold on the wheel and ciilng to the roap In spite of his e Torts he was thrown to the grc uud but fortunately escaped inj iry The wheel ran some distan e before falling and it was uot injured WItia low minutes elayrtbe jourtey was coutiuue Lebi non Falcon Shooting Follows Game 7 Cra1 Josh Cooke aSiaufird negro who has been hangipi around Lebanon for about iwc months shot Will Lancaster a color ol this city Friday afttrr oon short ly before six oc ocit ii the rear of the livery barn of ilr H L Browne during a u jnt over a crap game in which tie two negroes had beeu ecgIged Lancaster Wilt i a good worker and gets along all right with white Iuple is a great bully with the neg Jos and isi constancy trouble yith mom bers of his own ruce Saturday he and Cook were she aticg craps TheyIfought list arid sku fur a few commencedThen Cook g it out hi pistol a 32 caiibcr and shot Lancaster r three times twice inj the fleshy pait of the right lej below the hip and once in Ih4 right side The last bullet struct a rio and ranged downward his ended the tight i Lancaster was qanveyed to his home and a physician sum moneJ who finding he wounds were not necessaral y of a dangerous natuie did ipt reuiovt thic bullets The rte fiofis slow ly recovering jT Cook weal iinmedutelji to he i stariqn house and surrendjed to Chief Thompson who conveyed him to jail Lebanon Falcon WliatTVxans Admim is hearty vigorous life according to Hugh Tallman of San Antonio We tindhe writes thajtDr Kings New Life Pills surelv put now life and energy fntda person Wife and I believe they arc the best made Excellent for stomach liver br kindney troubles 25 cts at Haydon Robertson Get Your Private Drinking Cup The sanitary law passed at the recentsession of the legjsla lure which forbids the use of common drinking cups in stores railroad passenger cars railroad stations schools steamboats boarding houses restaurants and other public places will go into effect on June 11 The law also provides that placards printed in large tvpe and con containing the miin provisions of the law must be posted in prominent pbsiion in the places mentioned It is expected thai tfie strict enforcement of tho provisions of this measure wil reduce in a marked degree the number of cases of dangerous contagious diseases as tubecu losis citarrh bronchial and many other forms of illness vhich are ofien traceabetothe use ofa common utensil for drinking Disease Disease and ugliness enter the body through threechinnels bad thqughts bad air aid bid fQod Bv bad thoughts is meant idle foolish vain envious po- evih ldingmoods which ac tuallv poison thehlood and show physical eviden in sallowness headaches wrinkles pimples and disorders onthe nerve By bad air close utwentilaed rooms bv day and by night imperfect breathing tight corsets sleeping close to others breathing bght corsets sleeping close to others breathing tber exhalations and a dread joff drafts Ry bad food is meant not only food which iis indigestible butwrong combinations or foods eatirg too fast imperfect mastication eating indigestible spices cm n dies fats antI trashy things that have no food vaue aswen as eating too much or too little Medical Magazine Tho Qemonsof IheSwnmp 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 strength fails alss malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid But Elec trig Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from the germs from the blood give you a fine appetite rind renew your strength After long Suffering wrote Wm Fretwell of Lucama N C three bottles drove all the malaria from my system and Ive had good healthever sincQ Best for all stomach livetand kidney ills 5c at Haydon Robertson Joke by Accident You may wrong the child by tho name you givo It In this matter the girl baby has the advantage of the boy She can change It at maturity A friend of mine whoso name was Creamer had a daughter who was christened Constance very thoughtlessly A good name for a baby per hOps when you put them together Out It took her twentythree years to change It and spoil the Joke London Chronicle = Amuslnfl Trick of Messengers The stamp trick Is a very common one with messengers because of the amount of amusement derived from It It consists In sticking a new stamp pn a step or some prominent place ant watchlqg the various attempts ot passersby to pick UuP which or course are unsuccessful London Mall Again tHe a P My greatest profanity proroca tIon writes J S 14is to be taken to a church entertainment by my wife and have to remain calm while a gawky sixfooted thing which calls Itself a tenor and Jiasa taco like a carp warbles I Wish L Were Rose Would Hardly Go Around Willie Wonder what all the male did during those forty days In tho ark Tommy Oh they Just Jay around and scratched thelrselves I guess Willie Scratched their selves nothlnl Whafd they scratch for when there was only toileas Boston Transcript Fault 1 Nothing can work aie darnaxcept myself jthe harm that Isustain I carry about with me and never am a real sufferer by my own fault St Bernard I 1S CHAMP CLARK T I Carries Off Great Victory in Kentucky i Louisville Ky May 8A J912 When the Democratic State Convention finally adjourned at 2 oclock this morning at Phoe nix Bill Park auditorium the HalyMayoVansant erof had scored A triumph all along the line and carried out their origi nal programme with the excep tion of the Presidential instruc tions which are iron clad for Speaker Champ CaVk first last and all the time fThe final vie tory of the controlling side of State elecItion of John Cm Mayo for the place of the Kentucky member- of the Democratic National Com mittee in place of Col Urey Woodson of Owensboro who has the place for sixteen 3etrl the last eight years alsohodin the theiecommittee Thet following are the d elegate from the Si ite at large John C C Mayo Guy Tas B McCreary J C W Beckham Ollie M James Justus Goebel Ben Hhn on and A O Stanley CHURCH LEFT TO TOURISTS Death of Builder Deprived English VII lage of Contemplated House of Worship There Is a curious history regarding an unfinished church which ptands at Iassall near Sandbach England A former resident at the local hall a Mr Lowndes painfully con lons pf the lack of provialon for the fsplritual wants of the people in the neighbor hood determined to build a church at his own expense After carefully choosing a site he gave Instructions for the erection of a structure In tho modern style capable of seating 400 or 500 persons Work on It was bejgUn in the summer of 183G and was push ed on steadily till the day on which Queen Victoria was crowned by which time the building was well advanced The crypts about ten In number had been put iIp the walls and roofs were complete and the scantlings for the floor were fixed Indeed partly In consequence of the national rejoicings partly to celebrate the progress which had been made the building was smothered In flags and decorations and was the center of the local festivities Next day Mr Lowndes was seized with an illness which quickly proved fatal and wltn his passing all work on the church ceased Though the building could have been finished at comparatively small cost It was abandoned and It has not been used since except by tourists whose names hallow and adorn Itfis Mark Twain said of those on the ruins of Cams Altar by the thousand Wide World Magazine SWEET SOUNDS A MYSTERY Remarkable Hindu Musical Instrument Puzzles Those Who Hear It for the First Time r The Hindus have a number of mn sical Instruments for which great antiquity Is claimed Of these there Is ono that Is very curious not s J much by reason of Its form or struc ture but because of the fact that It is played In a very peculiar manner It is not a stringed Instrument it Is not a wind Instrument and It Is not an Instrument pf percussion It consists of two small silver trumpetst with a very delicate apparatus within When the natives play upon this In strument they Invariably excite the greatest wonder in the foreigner who Is perplexed to determine how the player produces the sounds for he does not place theinstrument to his lips but adjusts It to his neck For elgners have thought that a player of Such an Instrument must be a yen trlloqulst employing the trumpets to convey a false Impression It appears however that the varia- tIons of tone are produced by the variation In the quantity of air pro pelled through the Instrument by the pulsations of the neck Nothing could 100 more curlous It Is said than to witness a performance upon this Instrument and to hear the soft sweet musical sounds that emma ate from the silver trumpets Har pers Weekly Misdirected Books The post office sale of misdirected InconSlderlable ownlershlp Inloqrcollection which included as a spcj 01tbe01 Itniore thnn 1000 books roj how thousands1mlsdljecTSjjaj many or perhaps hundreds of thousands must have been arrled by the malls AndU bow many times that number would I e thus carried every year It fre had what many another country has aj thoroughgolng parcels post system 11101 Asia Flower The spirit of a Persons life is ever sleddlng some powertjjrs a jOwer la steadily bestowing fragrance upon tile atrT Starr King J SUBSCRIPTION 1fX1AA- Rit i J IIlI CCAMPAIGnP il f L Ig i1Thet lffE i1 i 1 t J Until November 3O 1912 1 I 1 IIN wiAadep AND III p- IIiI ONEYEAR Jjsih For Only 2OO ThiS means that The Times will be sent br niaii1t I flijyou from date subscription ii received by tht 1 you get the Times endthe order atonce I To get advantage of hiS Cut Rte jl Orders must be sent to The New II Leader not to the Louisville I Tilk i RECALLS FIGHT Champ Clarks Tellsofa Scrap he had With a Manton Boy The fol owing special telegram from Washington tells of Champ Clarks wcrst boyhood fight and tow he was remindedofifraf ter many years A number of Ken nCkY people were greatlywrought up recent ly by tde report that the post office at Manton was going to be abandoned aqd the mail route switched over to anothef part off the county so that the Man toni es would have no daily nrill service and not sp much as a wireess statiou to keep them in touch wit4 the big outside world True Manton iis not a large puce numbering probahly less than 100 including dogs But they didnt cotton to the idea1 of having their mail service taker aAay from them and there wert reasons so it saemed to them wny they shoujd be entited tc special consideration One resi dent of Magton took pencil in hand and wrote to Representative B Johnson setting forth these reasons Champ Clark once aulit school litreIf the man salraD many of us still remember him and for him forji are president It seems Jto us that with a for mer felow townsman Speaker of the House aud a candidate for the highest office we ought to gdt almost any tiling w e rant from Congress Representative Johnson doubt ed if Olark could haveS taught school at Manton because he didnt believe that in Clarks youthful days there were enough children there even totillal jschcolbouso no larger than a Greyk shoe shining emporiota of modern commerce However he went and asked Champ for the sake of getting at the facts Yes I taught a school at Mauton once said tile Speaker soineIafter no whenjwaffa i youngr ster at Manton and I got iinto an awful fightt It seems that afterr they bad done all the swimming they wanted to the boys gOtlip pick tiitjgup handfuls bf mud off trie bottom of the river land tbrqwv Ingjtat each other playfully One boy within odd srnej got a little more mu4lfi4ilsfrice- that he thought absolutely essential arid iu angered him Hath n picked up flstf uls otpebbjest ibstead of mud and bombafded Champ clarks countenance Qhamp thought itlthey werego ing to raise the Ante from mwd L t If 1t f I to pebbles he might as frfo roqksSoi fother boy fought each other with rock off the bottom of the river and no oneknotvs to this day why one or the other wa4ift killepx 1c We proceed flow tothe ii it chapter of our tale vReprMen lative Johnson had occasion to- go Back to KenJaokyvrecJBnjtly and hold the story Vf 3n5raji Clarks fight with rocks tqa clump of constituents atJdanton He noticed theCrowdexchin ipg funny glances with ontnOther and asljed to be let impa the ioke f Ubh its just this way ex planed one of thecrevrT r01d Goriza Cahoe has been telTin how he and Champ Glaik h4d y just suih a fight as thatjSind oOnE1 otus oalievedhimlWe thought it was a fairy storyj and that Gonzalhoughtittwonld be fsmart to say he had flgUV with Champ Cark DOW that Chtmps prominent and tto jot President WeWaUfcibeeu tsaing Gtonzia Cahoe until ht dassent come around hertKariy moire let alone repeal bisv story Now it looks as if weiunfc t bii fair to Gonza I reckon well have to apJloglzeto1lum What is more Chatnp plarl c has written to Gonza wishinbsi- weh apdx telling him be Bevee meant to hit him in the face wlUrt t JT yu so atioAndi j prime mot riin theQbamCLi j r Club of Marion county sK4n J e Xfcuqky ir IiIAjator Kill i Bremsn Germrny June2 r Albert Bucbstaatter omi oftbeGerbatf aviatorif kuof bta piifi Isedger Lieut Stille of the German army were filled today when their monoplane plan cflt tt to he ground just after jstartfnf ionf the Northwest aviatioa cirt cuit of 425 milIThe monoplane guI4i4by Bachstaetter toM aildai Bak lug a cnrve- sralgbtenlng lprja tafy Jte out for fet1 g- jj lurney hen the accWiVt curred Apparently the araiec overbooked hit wtcklM Tbs i monoplane dropped so haythat li was half bsrSdlaMi earth and had to be UkMi iZi bef 9ra the bodl w of th4 twoMS could he extri abed Fifteen proUs anal arkra ijUh inemben Of ibt tmy jYl atiOj corps as paiq is b citqik bsi tisc the aCfJgPt ratMea duned tbYst t Urtffc t1i YRU Bsfufa I E1Vl7 W NEWSLEADER SSPRiNGFIELD KY 1t TVBTX1CUMOAT wmim JOSEWWLJN Editors and Publishers t Tbe StatS Convention bant f tome and gone and Champ Ctark baa acored a great victory jiQtwifMrtftBdpff thefactttiatra 4 few plitteiaM had attempted to f ib hara lW 8 aifc go unlnstructed Mihttbej might do the peo jiw1Ss voting for them but so byerwhelBBln was the lOlark jjiiMfciisnt thatat overpowered j them anivthe delegation aIron clad instructions with no jllbfi tnce for the Stvte to be vuted v otherwise unless someone baits Wbile we were fur placing his friendVin the positions where tHY could do him most good and while we believe more tried 7 and tJ1Ited friends could have ben sent than those selected we are satisfied with having 4 f scored a victory in the main V 1biHf wkfch concerned us in q stractfona for Champ Clark V Fenwkk 1i t Miss Valeria jGoodlett of Bardatown VIsited Misses Ethell and Vet na Rogers Saturday and Sunday Mr Forrest Cusick was in b JthU vicinity Saturday and Sun Say making pictures He was accompanied by Miss Effie Graves He is a fine photo igrapher aU his work guaranteed if not satisfactory no money re andrS upright gentleman so you can depend on what he tells you Mr and Mrs Joe Smith of 4 y Springfield visited relatives here1Bbndav t Miss Verna Rogers visited her parents here Saturday and Sun dy Misa Myrtle Montgomery has returned to her home at Spring withVfriends and relatfves here Richard Arnold spent Satur day night with Mr and Mrs It Huston Montgomery Miss Leona Graves and littler sister Lucille spent Friday with Mrs Clarence Graves Several from here attended chnrchatHardioaOhapel Sun day afternoonr sMr and Mrs Bob Graves and and family yisited his parents l ASiinday Misses Emma Adams and Gladys Sweeney are on the sick IiztiMIlS AnnieShewmaker visited r her aunt Mrs Nan Settles Sun t day Mra Lucy Welsh ofBurgin W JbjI Graves and family the first of the week I Mr and Mrs Irviu Thompson yisitedI Mr and Mrs Dan Thompson Saturday and SUD dy Mr Len Abell of Beechlandj was here Sunday v Mrs Roxie Cochran of Ind is visiting friends atd relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Will Barker and family were the guests of Mr familyJTtSeveral from here attended the decoration at Willisbuig T Thursday Mr and Mrs R E Shew V maker aria two little children ware iu Willisburg Sunday NV Mr Oscar Sweeney of Okla- Virhotna was called here by twe se sickness ohis daughter Gladys wha has been very ill but we are glad lo report much oeitei 14mt4 wriing Mrs Lizzie Anderson and daughters Maria andRojt was iUe gneau of Mlandi1rsJ R McA h ter Sunday t Mr and MM WiIl Sweeney and family were the pleasant F i1oi of Mr and Mrs John if weaey Sunday afternoon yV KatGraves and John Kellyl attended the hop at Tatham f t i Springs Monday night j t r Bo Sims delivered two nice 4 JMI djialjere Saturday and Sun Xiifir 4 kra Janie Walker of Shelby a fille is visiting her parents X Mr and Mrs John Sweeney at this place ii ASTOR IA SJ aoL o1OJI w r d MfOTM tpcdmt iwmifuncnt of eiMy mttimilat- ionScotfs Emulsion cenUia these riut propertlet ia concentrated form andtlis tribute them all oritr the body without iaxiac the digestion Scott Alowne Bloomfield NJ 1212 t PUREBRED SIRES JN DEMAND Man PJalslnl Really Meritorious HosflNSod Have no Fear of Ovtntocklng the Market IThe reports of the various state stallion boards show by actual statis tics that from 45 to 65 per cent of the Hires ta use are grades Aslt is conslderabteInumber of purebred sires now in Ue are too Inferior to be long continued In service it seems safe to say that not to exceed onethird of the draft Admirable Farm Type etalllon In service are purebred horses of such conformation size an4 quality as to warrant their continuance In the stud The man who Is producing reall meritorious horses however need have no fearof the supply of suci horses exceeding the demand at least not within the next 40 or 50 years Pigs and an alfalfa field are good compapy Every breeder holding an annual sale should build a sale pavilion Theres nothing like alfalfa hay to keep the brood sows In good condi tionBlanket warmly and brush well to thoroughly clean and stimulate the akin Look out for drafts under and through the floors They are about the worst kind Horses that have heavy coats of hair should be clipped now just before the new hair starts It is seldom necessary to grind corn for work horses unless they are old and have poor teeth Quick Intelligent attention will often save a lamb or a pair of them and often the ewe as well Too much corn has caused the loss of many A fine litter of pigs and often the loss of the sow as well In a case of twins one is often weak er than the other c and would die if not assisted to nourishment A tablespoonful of oilmeal a day for each ewe giveh reguarly is a sensible addition to the ration Breed your hogs as much higher than a kerosene barrel as you like but do not lose sight of quamyISilage is not as well adapted to horses as it is to cattle but never theless it is an excellent roughage A scrub with a pedigree 1s1a worse scrub than a scrub without a pedi gree But there are not so many of them t If a iow is restless or jumps up whea the pigs are nursing examine the pigs for sharp teeth If any are found file them off It is a common prophecy that cattle will never be cheap again and It surely seems that such a prophecy h based on good grounds Not Good Testimony Patient feeblyDoctor my wife says thai you have charged too much for operating on me The Doctor But my dear sir you dont mean to tell me that you would take your wifes opinion as to your value Life Woman of Many Names The public examination was concluded at the London Eng bank rpptcy court recently of a woman who was sworn as Alice Mabel Fran ces Emily Paola Blanca Mary Cath anne Stewart which she said was her full name May Have Home In the Air On the analogy of the houseboat a Manchester inventor has devised a flying machine that can be converted Into a twostory cottage andl mnde to serve the uses of a home for the avl ator t Example of Folly In Litigation A suit grOwing out of a fire set In a patch of heather and Involving dam ages fixed by one judgeat 125 has been fought through six courts in Eng land finally reaching the court of ap- peaL Life lit Town One nice thing about loafing In a big toWn is that if a man has moneyI enough he can get shaved day without exciting comment Gal veston News Influence of Clothes It Is said thatthe average man is to a great extent Influenced by the kind of clothes which he wears In the same way as he is affected by Ills en vironment A welldressect man will walk better talk better and they say even do better workthan Ue man who is carelessly dressed Therefore the man who Is neglectful of his personall appearance is unneat slouchy his clothes not pressed or carefully brush edhls shoes unpolishedt his linen soiled and his hat dented amjcovered with diust discards qpeof the most potent instrumentsof success Per haps he canndtaffbrd to buy linen or suits made at the best tailors but every man can afford to be clean and Mat in bis dress t i Noble Denmark I Reg No 2640 t Ppaled 1906 handsome Cnesnut 16 bauds by EentUckyBelle byArtWashington Denmark 64 Noble Denmark though a young horse is rated with the best df Sires He if highly finished anda perfectaaddle horse type He Issaid bywell known Judges such as Wm Kirby ofBowling Green W Shropshire of Winchester Roger Lillard and IIG 1 r Rai1 y to be a great type for a three gaited- addie stallion and is aura to breed that class of r He was successfully shown bjj Mack t Ii Hughes last year =was never outside the money byStallion a srfbw remakable uniformity His yearling and suckling won at Bardstown and Springfield and in the sale ring have commanded good prices Noble Denmarks sire and his grand sire on both sides were championship saddle horses in Kentucky and Missouri His dam and two of her colts were State Fair winners Consider Ida breeding his indivduallty his show ring qualities where waif you go to find one his superior Noble Den mark will make the season at 20 To Insure a Living Colt w aj The Came RmgsM- uriel sat In the twilight with a small box in her hand unmindful of the shadows which were beginning to steal into the room If one could have peeped inside the box one would have eeen a cameo ring of a peculiar style She was thinking of the oniY ho had given it td her eleven years ago Just then a light tap at her door aroused her from her reverie ard she sprang to her feet The box fell from her hand and rolled under the table Oh its you Miss Fuller ahe claimed opening the door Yes its I laughed a young voice and a girl of about 20 came Into the room And why rr Ju In the UBrL CItlnU ializi TT rlz tY rial i o turned ou feji0it Sue stoor te pick up the lstut it had opened and the ring Lad fallen out Thats a peculiar ring she said and a beautiful one9 Muriels face crimsoned Yes It has a strange setting she replied Ive had It a longtime A very dear friend gave It to me Would ypu mind telling me about it said the girl softly and she slipped her arms about the others Fuller was a jilece of Muriels landlady and during the last year bad frequently visited her aunt Muriel had seen quite a lot of tlip girlI for nearly every evening during her play she had come up to Muriels rdom Lois was expectant and at last tHe other broke the sildncei Ive npr told any one before she said but perhaps it may do me good to confide lIn you r was very yopng when I first met Philip Browning Here LCJ have a little start but Muriel did tvt notice it He was an artist and came to our village tho summer I was 17 He was a constant visitor at our homo during his stay In town and as he was far superior to any young man Iliad ever seen was not long before I grew to admire him Before he returned to the city In the autumn he told mo that he loved me There was no happier girl In the world than I when he put this ring on my finger He said that It was an heirloom and showed me another ring which was exactly like it only a little smaller This ho wore on his watch chain His parents had died when he was a child and the rings lad been left for him This one was his mothers be trothal ring and his father used Ito wear the other ring as he himself was doing on his watch chain The days after this were very bright until Philip was obliged to turn home At first I was lonely but I tried to comfort myself with the thought that we would not be sep arated very long for the following June we were to be married I grew quite happy again as I made my plans for our new home but In a few weeks my happiness turned Into sor row My father was suddenly taken Ill with pneumonia and in less than a fortnight I was left alono This was a severe blow to me for I loved my father very dearly Now I only had Phillip left rnelongshock to me the month following my fathers death to pick up a paper and reid of his marriage When Muriel had finished Lois was looking very thoughtful Are you sure that there wasnt some mistake she said j Oh no answered Muriel there wasnt any mistake I only hope he is happy without doubt he IsI and he probably never gives a to tho girl ho used to know tnQughtI ago Lois murm ted a few words of sympathy and then after a little while she left Muriel alone One evortlng about two weeks after ward a feeling which Muriel could not atjtheshe slipped It on lier finger At this juncturo Lois came up to her room her eyes sparkling and her cheeks flushed withexcitement Auntie has goneout she saidI and I have a caller downstairs a cousin of mine I want you to meet him Youll come down wont yobIAs they entered the living room made bright and cozy by a glowing open fire Muriel started as a tall familiar figure stepped toward them Philip Browning Could It bo posl sible Yes it was he and no other who took her trembling bands in his It took her only a few minutes to find out that there had been a alter all It was Philips mistakeI had married and it was error of tb paper that Philips name was used He told her bow pained ho was when he received the letter unopened and how he had written after that several tlmps Only to have every let ter returned to hint in the seine way At last be had been forced to believe that Aba cared for him 10 lnmo r ws- 4 Red Bird Jr ned Birq Jr is a rich brown 15 hands 3 lnihesS high weighs lYiO pound He is Sired by the faznoue Old Red Bird and is known as the stallion farmed tWo yearJ goby Thurman Peters ank in their advertisement said He is a very handsome brown horse can do just a little more than anybody 4else horse either in harness or under the saddle his dam Is the great trotting1 bredmare by Lyle Wilkes ion of George Wilkes the greatest trotting projenltor the world ever knew Red Bird Jr is by Red Bird he by Joe Brown he by Cabells Lexington 1st dam by Lyle Wilkestt4658 2d dani American Clay 34 3rd dam Jy m shownoneiwon both saddleand harness sweepstakes jHe will serve mates at pl2Tolrisure = will stand my same Jacks at 810 to insure a 1Icolt Season is due when mares traded off or parted with B B LEACHMAN SPRINGFIELD K- Yt4w rf 11T t iBERK8S HIRES81 3 1 1 I For Sale I II pave for sale 17 head of I Thoroughbred Berksliire Hogs sired by a State Fair winner They 1 K I 1old1 I have one littler of 10 pigs th IIIwill p8 y any man to look at tII I1C N Prices WILLETT Reasonable I 1SPRINGFIELD KY R R 2 Jir swas men mat ta naa gone aoroaa and he had fetu ned homO only two months ago I owe my go d fortune In finding you to Lois he sidand he looked around grateTullj but his cousin had slipped from the oom Among the rirc wnlngs possessions there Is nothing hey prize more than the cameo rings KEEPING FOOD WITHOUT ICE Refrlgerator Th t Will Do the Work May Be Operated for Com parathcly Little To keep butts and milk cool take a box 12 inches deep 24 Inches long and 24 inches w dq make a door se cured by tW9 hi ges and a hasp tack two or three thlj knesses of burlap on the outside mak ng allowance for the door after sett ng the box on end set on the top a leep vessel filled with water and in fh basin put strips of burlap or woole goods about three inches in wldtii and of sufficient length to reach well down the sides of the box Sec jro the strips to tho bottom of the biisln by a weight shelves may b placed In the box Set outside the ouse where the winds can pass over the box The cooling r suiting from ho rapid evaporation of the water rec uces the temperature within the box The hotter It Is out side and the Br rdcr the winds blow the cooler itS be Inside the box as long as the pan Is kept full of water il I PROPER qLHCING OF PIANO Decided Dltfe e ce In Tone Will Be Found If S mple Precautions A ej Preserved The proper r aolng of an upright piano In a 10 m of moderate size Is to turn It at r gliti ttangles to the side wall leaving nom between the key board atid the opposite wall for tho player Then stand a table Jf possible an oldfashlonei mahogany one with 1foldingagainst tbe hoc of the pano There must of cours be some drapery to cover the uajollshed back of the piano A pleci of goodlooking tap estry brocade silk embroidered crepe or even of cretonne draped loosely over top and back but not laid in set fpli s would be suitable On the table r and a plant a bit ori pos1slblyaFrom a mv slcdl l standpoint the piano is place in tho best position urIlledurI The cholc9 jbetweea papered and tinted walls la argely a matter of per sonal taste ac iording to the Ladies Home Journal JA plain tint In good color is always In good taste but there ore of cjurse more varied ef fects to be 1i d from paper Two toned papers Iii inconspicuous figures or stripes or inerely a mottled sur face giving the Appearance of the tex tra oif roateMnj lirA rbarminar Tt- pJ1555iL n mere arC imitations or grass ClOUlSI burlaps etc all giving the general effect of a plain wall with the added decorative value which texture can supply Prune Jelly Half a box of gelatin half pound f prunes one cup sugar juice of half a lemon water Soak the gelatine in a little cold water Cook the prunes til soft in rather more water than will cover them then take out the prunes and to the liquid add the gelatin sugar Juice of lemon and hot wator enough to make one quart of liquid let It come to a Soil after which strain Remove the atones of the prunes cut fruit Into pieces put It Into the liquid and heat after which put into a mold To be eaten with whipped crearnMary J Hall Egg Paste The white oT a raw egg Is the most satisfactory of pastes Papers used for covering down Jam will bold curely aid bo quite utrtlght ifbrushed over on the inside with white of egg White ofegg Is also useful for mend lag glass or china ornaments but of course It will not stand water Still It Is not always necessary that a co menf should do this and white of egg has the merit of being quite imper ceptible when dry Canker Remedy Take of burnt alum one teaspoonful the same of burnt borax put In a dish or bowl with one teacupful of white sugar the same of boiling water grate nutmeg into this and let cool bottle and shake bofo e using Dose give ono teaspoonful three times dally ITapo for for Hems hems for chil they are closed makes a very neat finish as there are no bulging double edges and it makes h02kSIand 1Cut IIIINewspaper Has Record for Size worlc1Istellation Which appeared in Now Tork on Independence day 1858 dimensions equaled that of a ItsItable eight feet dong by six wide and strange to say for an Amer ican publication It had no advertisements A copy of this mammoth new world production can boseen at tho Newspaper Museum of AlxlaChapelle France Its price was fifty ceijts Obliging Eagle A golden eagle Avhiclr has been In captivity in Maldon Essex for 46 years has Just died It Was a purchased In Lcadenhall remalef f for several years made a nest Dundeoit to sit on It hatched and reared a brood of chickens but in other years the chicks were always eaten as soon ias hatched Doubtful About the My daughter had tried JokeIcourage in her telling him when any accident befell Olin that it was only a joke One night a tornado struck the neighbor load and while trees were crashing around them and they expected mo mentarily to be carried away he crept up to his mother and puling her dress said Mamma is this Just a JohoExchangeD 7W1Lfit EARLY BIRD 3973 g The BlueTlibbon Winner j t tItj Fee 1500 to IInsure a Livingi qQt ii rned Bark G19o6 1 Sarah Hamilton 4303 f Joe Lexington 8234 tf fit iitDextetir ixJ i L JI1itoStpDaunt l rBrummel Sallie sGists Dan jrDan ieaiiis Lengton Itrutrrcl lNainie Garrett4t2 Red feel Denmaric Spaldings Dan aaray turu unestaut Sorrel 15j hands ied11909 maneandsmooth each good walking horse atDanvHleTrots good flatfooted 1atyear and won seven blue and six red mmIJtamed on colt to secure fee taken to accident but tot responsible should any accur same time and place will also stand my two fine jacks 1IIAt iJI91ClarkWoodClarkBimselfn iliTHEO D DICK PARRO T JAC V j will also make the wlknown10 TO INJURE A COLT TO STAND AND SUCK v J W M1NALLY 3 miles fromtown on Mackville pike Sprmgffeld Kyf R 5 1fi = 1MTEQUHLHasNoBqual III III AS AN EGG PRODUCER IT IS PERFECT FEED 1 I ALCORN I Made from rolled oats crushed corn alfalfa hay I workinghoresisheavierl Common Sense ood at a Common Sense I priceIIOatequal and Alcorn cheaper feed and corn and costs little by the bag and less by the ton- I1I THE O COLUMBUS ATEiQtU OHIO ALt OO 1 SOLD BY III McClure 8 Mayes I g Telephones SPRINGFIELD YII 0Ifi Continent That Was Lost One of thowonilttrs of the word that nen her little about Is the Lost Con lincnt Seagoing men are familiar with the chain pf little Islands that ex tend from the of Asia down to Australia Should the ocean go down five hundred feet this Lost1 Conti neat would be restored It is that few aeons ago the Lost Conti nent really existed It He Serves Who you want to serve the people it Isnt necessary to run for an otttce Work hard attend to your own busi ness and pay your bills on the Drst of the month Follow that plan Andi you will be more popular than any statesman and will have less grief iEmporla Gazette ati Old on Him By the way llsaw strlnp of jexcep tionally large monkeys mentioned that they looked like small men and t darkS broke in apd said Boss them monkeys can speak if they want ed to but they are afrajd that they did they would be put to wprkV Northwestern Cabellfs Browri 1955 i t tt Liza Griffin sI t Chestnut Dare j Mattie Hamilton 4019 I jCabeUfa 4 6 rBailey t Dolll q l J r if f i 2Beau of Eenmore I I it L Black Hawk t 5yiia j J t 1 4I rBl ck 58 Chief f 70 Dau Corb ea i a all gaits one distinct A a trot l ribbbns service Care prevent f f l j t t ti i L 1 T A i i t A are to v t continent believed a Also Sprung One a I f I ReliaWand COmpr6h6nSil6T61 phone Service necessary to honductsuccessfdlhy a business enterprise The Cumber IIIs Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal service that local connections hall citizens in jour town and Long Distohce cpnv toall outside important cities and towns You get exoctlyrwhat for Call our Manager for further information The demand fis Inectwnscheap rvl e telephone service but for reliable and cotdprehensivetele IICQMBERL TfibEPHdNE Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY f tii T tT1i CL TIME I I Lou avU e JetjBarJarown Springfield Indian uth Bound North Bound No 41 N041NO Ulpov42INo 44INo W aily Daily f Sun Dally Daily U Sun Cx buIiLESunonly Lx l3unExSunonlyi4- StYpm I 725 imOlIpn th21nm53Q prn930 am J t 22 920 J702 7311 U1BT 840 606 10 5746 H 645 v300 735 j665 125 335 600 ISO 7la J Ar Ar Ar LyeLye Lye I M G T BURTON 1KaIDJNT1DENTI All Work Guaranteed Zi PHONE162R q jynoB Hagaa Block up stain t J i SPRINGFIELD KY Djtl J C MUDDP- iliiclaa4 M Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am11 1to2 pmf ItOftlces ov Haydons Drugstor W 1F GRIGSBY ATTORNEYATLA- Wj Offloe over Peoples Hank t BPKINOFJELD KY I D MW HYATT Office over Red Gross Drug tLStore Office hours Hyatt 1080 raS to 12 m 4 to 5 pm 1 JJMc WILLIAMS x Notary Public WILL1SBURG KY t Depositions a Special- tyJOIINYUMAYS tyiERAL yiHtCTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMS TELEPHONE DAY 1C NIGHT 74 SPRiNGFIELD 17 I DM F TRUSTY PRACTICAL ENTISTOice- over Ha Ydon Barber t JPental work at reasonable prices A U work guaranteed S RINGPIELDIKY Kfibfe Greek Stock Farm Red ight No 2272 by Lightfoot Brummell 1524 he by Beau Brummell First dam DaisyGlenn 7Jir he by Dr Canns Glenbrook RedsrreU with stripe in face two stockings 1534 hanas high weighs iJlOO smooth sound and without a pimple He has been shown every year bf his life except two Been shown In harness rings fivegaited saddle Tings three gaited saddle rings and in double teamiings and has been a good winner in all named classes Has defeated a great many of thebest btall ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good horses as Marvel King Undulatta King Star McDonald Gov Beckham and too many to mention He is a champion among champions and he is breeding very much after himself His colts are in heriting those great doing qualities of Wsj also about twothirds of those have his color He will hold his court at Knob Creek Stock Farm Lanle Co Ky at 25 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at t2 per month fed grain if desired at reasonable price S J THOMPSON Manager and Owner EARLYA handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty pf ction and as good bone and foot as you would want He has proven himself a great breeder He will make the season of 1912 at my stablesat the Stonewall Stock Farm 31 miles Nortb jot Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomqeld pike at IO To Insure a Living Colt EARLY is by Joel 447 he by Monte Cristo 56 he by Montrose 106 Earlys first dam Iabeby Prophet second dam Lady Brooks by Dolans Granger third tiara Bettie by Sam Booker Early is the best road horse in the Icounty jAt same time and place 4 BIalQJ GIANT ANol Mule Jack standard and registered wjfl make tjba season at IO for a Mare and 8 For Horse T i Miile to Insure Uving Colt Lien retained on alt colts to secure service fee Money due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock All card taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur YOUR PATRONAGESOLICITED A H UNDLE r ISalade DAnchois Fillet the required quantity of ah iCnovies uteach fillet into two length wlse and arrange In lattice fashion on small glass dishes garnish with quar ters or slices of hardcooked eggs and ap rjpour over a ItUe olive oil sprinkle with chopped chives or pars ley and serve l Young Cooks Guide A good rule for a young housekeeper in cocking vegetables that all vege 4p tableli that grow above the ground should be put on to cook in boiling ateh all that grow below the ground xc ptneW potatoes in cold water IDancakeaI sugai- sri dUicious with feathery wheat pan eakM It is said that the Kaiser Is es pfdaJly ttached to this dish intfiI 1- I l I TOWN iiHii HWWHliniinWiJ iifim WLocal Happenings of Inters c The Freshest and Latest c i btutYciirsftir Friends J 2and Acquaintances l MM M2 IIce Cream Freezers and Water at Barber Pettns llAU bats at half prices Mrs Williams FOR SALEyRhode Island Red eggs 50 cantS per setting a MrsJ W Tucker Whie Guinea eggs for sale 50 cents per setting L A Barber Indian Runner Duck Eggs 503 per setting of 12 pure white egg strain Miss Lida Grnndy r j The old tried and tested Per fection Coal Oil Stoves at Bar Jet Pettus Fox SATEQne registered yearling Hereford Bull Also sow and 10 pgS S P Thompson Remember Leachman Camp bell when you are in the market for refrigrators or ice boxes Leachman Campbells is the place to buy your rdfrigrators and ice boxes Will save you money and get what you want A big Stock refrigrators and ice boxes on display at Leach man Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now while you have a big stock to select from iI will be at Tbompsonyille at Mr Clarance Graves Saturday and Sunday June the 1st and 2d to make anything you wish in photographs Everyone invited J Forest Cusick Washington County citizens have been visited by two fires in the last week On last Sunday fire of unknown origin destroyed the home of Mr Arthur Moore The loss was 1000 covered by insurance and on last Monday night the home of Mr S W Key near Pottsville was de stroyed Th loss was 500 insurance 300 The houses were insured by McElroy Wharton VVVsBall Game The local boys have we are glad to report redeemed them salves from their recent defeats having won a great victory over the Cherokee Indians on last Tuesday by the score of 3 to 1 The game was a great one throughout Caught In Belting Last Friday while working in cameIerv clothing entangled in a last moving belt and was drawing him into the ma chine Being a very strong man he pulled back tearing his cloth jug from his body releasing himself However before he was able to do this be had suffered a broken arm His injuries were treated and he is now on tile road to recovery 4j Circuit Court Circuit court convened Tues day morning according to ad jouroment from last weejk Or account of the absence of J udge Thurman Tuesday The Hon1 Wm W Spalding of Lebanon presided that day beenitried Commonwealth ys Dave Derringer charged with assault and battery resulted in verdict of 50 and costsVThe case of tthe Com vs Geo Sturgeon charged with having placEd a bundle of switches to which was attached a threaten ing note at the door of one Allen in Marion county from which county tile case was transferred was tried and resulted in a fine of200 dnd 3 months in jail Quite a number of misdemeanor cases were disposed di yesterday The greater part of the day was taken up in trying the indictments against various parties for gaming in which the witness for the Commonwealth iwjasi Will Poopt3r Commencement Dates The commencement at St Marys College Marion County Ky will he held this year Thurs day June18 1012 Nazareth commencement will b eldruFsdayJune201912 The commencement at St Catharines of Sienna will be held Tuesday June lltb uTOPICSi1 i rebersal for the enter ITbe at St Catharines will a 5 oclock p mV Died In Missouri Mr Thos A Cox son of Mr F T Cparof this place died at his home at Sedalia Mo last Thursday of congestion of the brain after only a few hours ill nessThe remains were in terred Sunday at the Cox burying ground at Greensburg Mr Cox was well known here and had many friends who will regret to bear of his death He leaves a wife and two children McConnellVMrs McConnell died at her home in Springfield last Monday after an illness of several weeks She was 41 years of age and was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh Traifaor Several yeirs ago she was united in marriage to Mr Phillip McConnell who with six children survive Mrs McConnell was a good Christian woman devoted to husband and children and loved by all who knewherd- Funeral services were conduc ted at St Dominies Wednesday morning by Rev Father Hen nesy and burial was in St Doraiiic cemetery Smith Mr Nimrod Smith better known as Uncle Jeff died at his home near Moorsville last Tuesday morning He was 83 years of age and a life tong resident of Washingtont- on i County Kentucky 54 years ago he was married to a Miss Cuitsmger who with 10 children survIves Funeral services were con ducted at New Hope yesterday afternoon Mr Stnitn was a well known nrm not only in his community but in the entire county as well He was a man who took an active part in all public enterprises and his com munity has suffered a distinct losq in his death He was kindhearted and generous to very body both high and low seeking always to do that which would tend to uplift gather than that which woud work injury to anyone U D C Entertainment Quite a crowd was present at the U D G entertainment aji the Opera House Monday evening when crosses of honor were conferred on quite a large num ber of the Confederate Veterans of the county Crosses of Honor weregiven tci soldiers distinguished for valiant service inV the Confederate army and are high ly prizedVA very attractive program was effectively carried out the recitations and music were very creditable and the entertainment was much enjoyed by all prese- ntPERSONAL k Mrs Joe Polin and son Will iam Maurice and Miss Emma Polin have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Hon S A Russell and Hon W W Spalding of Lebanon attended court iiereV Tuesday and WednesdayS Thursday Night June 6 I Walflnt Street Theatre An entertajnment entitled A Trip to Egypt and the Holy Land or Wonders of the Promised Land will be given by Prof Geo ICMaluf who is a native of th9 interesting and historic laud By personal demonstration he will explain the ways and customs of the people of that Land of Wonders He wilt ping in his native tongue and give one hundred beautiful andGits pyramids Jerusalem and Damascus with all thesurround ing country and with costumes act the Qrle tat Marriage the Shepherds Life and others Every one1both young and old should see this entertain mentS4000 Feet Moving Pictures i Life Scenes of Jerusalem Prodigal Son Ride of Paul Reve- rADMISSrON15 CTSr a DRV MANING DENTIS SPRINGFIELD KYr Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 284K Hours 8 to12tb4 4Scannelanddapghtr ville visited the family of J 0 Polin from JSaturday atil Tuesday f W M Henderson ipent last week in Maud fishing Mrs f B Thompson and Mrs T O camp be were in Louisville last weekff Mr Tbos Shadeti of St Marys College atteided the ball game hereTuezdayS Mr Arthur Russell 3 visiting In Cincinnatr this week Misses Una and Elpise Arnold are visiting in Mud r Air and Mrs T jW Simms were in Bardstown lat week Mr Minton Crego of State University is home for the CregorBateman wedding Mr Dudley Ro ertson is home from Bowlii g Green Business College Miss Pearl Coon r has re turned from Bards own and LouisvilleS Mr Wm Timmons Lnd sister of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T W Simrns r Quite a large number of Lebanon people atte ded the U D C entertainment londay Mr and Mrs Ta lor Estes of Lebanon were hews Monday Mr R S Edelen and sons Joseph and R B verb here SaturdaySQuite a large numb ar of young folks of Springtield attended the opening ball at Taths m Springs Miss Zqlrna MeUl roy ofSt Catharines spent S4 iirday and Sunday at hdme Mrs J C Clem mts enter tamed Tuesday at ei chre Mrs Walter Leach nan enter tained Tuesdav in bo tar of Mrs R T Bohannon Mrs C A Greed entertained Tuesday in honor of 1isi Dollie Cregor Mr and Mrs R T Bohan non of Louisville aro th guests of Miss Alice McElro i Miss Margaret Sit ims attended the reception giy sn by Mrs May Phillipps and i irs HeffeV nan Hubel Fridayof last week IMrs Kate Wil lams is in Louisville on business for a few days Judge and Mrs j HV Thur man were at Shelby ville this WeekSMr W AClemerts is at Bow businessIpartment Misses Louise aad Marianne N oearevisiting thOr aunt Mrs Edwin G Hulse iji Louisville this week Misses Jennie Lachman and Susie Edgerton are visiting Mrs H S Hudson at Shirpsburg Mrs Ruby Smth returned Mo Jay from a visit to Louisville Mr and Mrs J JA Boulware were in Louisville last week with their son Rickett who was undergoing anfbperatlon CegorBtemanS One of the prettij st weddings of the season was hat of Miss Dorothy Lillian Ciegor to Mr Roy Bateraan which took place at the home of the brides parents yesUrdaj evening at 830 oclock lhqr large recep tion room of the Ci gor mansion was beautifully tUcoated with white and piuk ruses The bride was oPtract vely dressed ia white nflai quist lie and car red a shower bo juet of white rose buds Miss Delia Crogor sister of the bride was maid of honor and wore a jjown of white net over blue satft and carried pink roses Mr Harry B Thornton was the est man and entered and met the groom at ine altar where tY awaited the bride who entered on the arm of her brother Mr Ilintoci Cregor by whom she was given in mar riage Rev T j Wade of the Methodist church of this city performed the ce- emony The groom iisj a prominent business man of Marlon county and is well known here while the bride who is ft daughter of Mr and Mrs l B Cregor is one of Washington Countys 5L i1VV most attractive young ladies with ahostoJ friends VSRTDNo5 Messrs R A Wh atley and Leonard Mclntire attended county court in Lebanon Monday Mr and Mrs Herbert Mat tingly of Forest View and Mr andliMrs Kent Fields VIsIted at the home of J A Fields last Sunday IMis Lucy Blandford is visit her sister Mrs SidneyJohnson OlncinIIvisited the latters parents Mr and Mra Jack Cambron last Sunday Mr Arthur Hill of Lebanon was the guest of his uncle James B Hill last Sunday Mrs Leo Medley and son of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mr Leonard Mclntire of Dant Station is here this week II Mr Charles Nally of Beuchel KyIis visiting his sister Mrs Bettie Wbeattey f Mr Raymond Blanford of5 1thflMiss Emma Badeett nursing her sister Mrs L B Hill Mr B Oshourne and little neice Miss Alice Smith of Lou isville are the guests of the family of Ed Osbourne Mrs P JsSlianahan was th pleasant guest cf Miss Kai Shanahan Monday The most delightful event o the season was the moonlighI dance given by Messrs Paul and Joseph Keen at the home of their father Mr Frank Keen oo lasti Monday nigbt- Hilisboro 4snews was scarce last weekj r will try to jot down a few spent this Mr weekISunday Mr Harve Hardin and family Mr John Armstrong andwife are spending this weekciih their daughter Mrs Ed Hanby of Jefferson county Several from this place at tended decoration at VillH burg Thursday Mr Tom Colter and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Samuel Colter and wife Mr and Mrs Walter Hanby mont Sunday with his sister Mrs Johnnie Mattingly- Mr and Mrs Charley Hellard spent last Sunday with John Crow and Tamil Mr Harry Chesher and family spent Sunday with her father of near Polin Mr Pitch Godby and family spent Saturday aud Sunday with her father Mr J S I man and wife Mr Gustus Derringer was in Willisburg Saturday afternoon Blankets Blanket Have theq dry cleaned will be aoih proof alter dry cleaned All kfnds laces silks cotton woolen goods and gloves dry cleaned Straw and felt hats DieingIa specialty Phone 6 R Goods called for and delivered Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer Prop Springfield Ky Duner and Cheese Good butter has no strong odor ItI la of art even golden yellow and has a fine grain If slick It has not been properly handled It should never be marbled In appearance It there Is too great proportion bf moisture present the butter breaks easily In tttls case the purchaser pays for the water Cheese should be of good color depending on the variety and of fine grain The cheese with largo air cells Is usually not of the best quality If the fat separates from the body of the cheese rapidly It usually indicates the addition of foreign fat Potato Balls Take equal parts of cold boiled tatoes and raw ones Peel and grate the raw and squeeze out through cloth now grate the boiled potatoes and mix with the raw add salt flour enough to form In balls have ready little squares of bread browned in butter take two heaping tablespoons of potatoes and put two or three squares of bread In center now form In balls with hands drop In boiling Baited water and boll flfteeji minutes Good with any kind of gravy and meat Poet Can Llye on Atmosphere Some of the dull utilitarian minus of the world are sometimes at loss to know how the feeemingly improvident poet can dive on what appears to be very meager Income Stupid things They have not the comprehension and ieliclous imagination to perceive that dib true bard can warm himself by 3is own poetic fire and secure his pdd and drink from his mincePierian spring COIi v I j I 1 COALIJ iVil I and deliver 80Jbs to the bushell Get our ric tfeiFbr you buy We buy and V 0 vt 3II dg 3 II I I BDLAKECO r I PHONE 156 SPRINGFIELD KY jau ifVPRESERYEFOES1HEADS SOUTH AMERICAN TRIBE THAT EMBALMS THE TROPHIES dethod Employed Reduces the Grisly ReliC to the Size ofa Billiard Ball With Changing or Mutilating Features IThe littleknown Indian tribes that Inhabit the more distant provinces of the South American republic Scua dor In almogt entire Independence ate a strange custom of preparing e heads of their vanquished enemies i a manner which reduces them to xtremely small dimensions without hanging or mutilating the features For many years a war of extermlna ion has been going on Between the various tribes Ambushes and night attacks are of frequent occurrence and the parties often march dozens of leagues to surprise their enemies The head of the vanquished chief la cut off and becomes the most esteemed booty of the victorious leader It Is then in due time desiccated and reduced by the latter by means of a procL ess the secret of which has so far been Jealously guarded As far as is known the skull jawbones and fleshy parts are entirely removed without the skin of the head and face suffering any damage and the only trace of the operation is a small incision in the nape of the neck which is afterward sewn together again After removal of the bony and softer parts of the skull the skin is filled with hot stones and a vegetable concoction the secret of which as well as that of the process Is carefully guarded This procedure is continued until the head is shrunk to the dimension of a good sized billiard ban and has become as dry and tough as sole leather It Is remarkable that during the pro cess neither the natural luster of the hair nor its quantity Is diminished that eyebrows and lashes remain 1n tact an1 that even the grain of the skin wftlr the line hairs are plainly distinguishable after the preparation is completedThe lasts about one year and the head during that time hangs In smoke for which purpose a stout string is drawn through the upper part of It The lips are sewed together in order to prevent the dead enemy from speaking and eating and the long threads by which it is done remain at tached and hanging from the mouth The trophy which by the reduction has llost its ghastliness is kept In a niche in the hut of the chief stuck on the end of a spear During the threcj years succeeding the killing feasts lasting three days are held on the anniversaries of the victory during which the shrunken head is exhibited After three years the victor may disk pose of his trophy in any way he sees fit but this is rajfely done as the head forms a war trophy of the honor btgbe2t1 Case of Poetic Justice That was a case of poetic Justice when a Juryof women In San Francis co were called upon to pass on the fit of a mans clothes A certain tail or In that western city sued a custO- mer for money cue for clothes The customer pleaded that the suits did not fit and asked for a Jury of women to decide the important point The 12 good women and true who from their own experience were no doubt eminently qualified to pass on the fit of clothes found for the defendant It must have afforded them infinite satisfaction to know that after all the sarcasm with which their husbands treated their own troubles with dress makers their exasperating experiences should in the end be drawn upon to render a lawful Judgment on clothes worn by men All the fun poked at women and their dressmakers in Safr Francisco and all the Jokes collateral to that engaging theme have ben recalled Book Donts Good books are treasures and they should be handled with the greatest of care by everyone Here are a few rules that should be observed Never drop a book upon the floor Never turn leaves with the thumb Never lean or rest upon an open bookNever turn down the corners If leaves Never touch a book with soiled or damp hands Always place p large book upon a tablebefore opening It Never pull a book from the shelf by the binding at the top but by the backNever close a book with a pencil tablet or anything else that Is bulky between the leaves Apt Description A little girl four fears old in try Ing to describe a young mjm to her mother saidp dont yOu know the man with the Jewelry in his teethv ValuatlpnEvery himself the price we challenge tot ourselves is gtenUlBchUIer p tt tt I- Itttttttttttttt Hal ilathultoll 44326 rI t = v This fine trotting bred stallion wilt make the season of lSl2 atmy ts place onehalf mile from Frederickstown on Bardstqwn road at s = I 10 ToInsure a Living Colt v IHal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha Jz 28375 dam If AlkmaP by Elkhorp 13909 granddam Sarah Francis by Madrid 1rJ 1835 Alpha Js dam Tallulah by Tennessee TVilkesJ 27735hebyv yGeorge Wilkes record 222 Alpha tfs dam Tailulahl by Brown j y fial16935 II Jt = At same time and place will stand myrackto = = Black Hawlt Jp jBlack Jack15 hands high 10years old He is by Litsey OldVIf Black Hawk he byGov Wood First dam by Logan Jr 2d dam tat I black Jennett with good points lie has proven to begood breeder 1 tseveralof his colts sold last year for 125 He will make the sefisoh 5 If At 10 For a Mare Mule and 8 For a Horse Mule Will Serve Jennetsatli V 4 lS t J Will also at the same time and place stand my Jack 5JvV i11Ftll = = l LJohn Wi JI 1 = By the old Dick Parrott Jack and out of a Spanish JerinettijHt l t r has proven hitqself a sure foal getter and hicolts speak jfoE tnenv jtJ selves He will make the season at x I 6 For a Horse Mule and S8 For a Mare Mule iHff Lien retained on all colts sired byeither horse 6r jacks for service ifee Money duejvhen the fact is ascertained mare parted witBjbc Jt f bred to another horse or jack Care taken to prevent cidentaburVJ not responsible should any occur tSTABLE HOURS 6 to 8 aim 1130 am to 1 pm and 60 7 9 pm Anyone calling at these hours will always find some one at the = barn otherwise you mighthave to wait r J L HAMUJONV J5 FredericRstown1KyV IOIOIOIO IOmlO lOmIOIOIOIO l 1r 5 nBr kftf1jlI Will make the season of 1912 at mYlann3 miles from Frederf fi ckstown and six miles from k p njliddV 1t12 To IvftVV San Breaker Trials 217 12 arid 2 16 14 brown horse J5 34 hands high foaled 19031 half brother to Meddie Conner tri1OVSan Breakers by San Mateo 21255 he by Simmons 2744 heVy jjc fJGeorge Wilkes 1st dam Jennie L tr 21512 Nutbreakeri2952n n5 he by Nutwocd600V ri due when colt is foaled mare parted With or bred 1rr IIMoney lien retained on colts foV service fee v t tt- i at same tineT and plato stand the fine fackt i i YHi J i Governor nflck V 4- v i Governor Me is black Jack with white points 15 hands Ivinch tand has proven himself to be assure foal getter He will snake thei7 fI seasonatS it8for a Horse Mule and 10 for a Mare Mule J J wwiuIesonfWM O OtyFOU CAfeTORlAis- ViVVtV HaycTon Robertson t 4vdoWf lIr6fr l N t ft 4 IJI 2YrL 1UI MMlllc1 yourappretjiSJSr tTvt appointment Would you lketo enm1ae my cwdejitialBT av tfca by meno i am obliged tJor jwu introduction fi could not Tt some ata abri timely moment Tfcf 4f i 4Bi 4 to jUsmJaa Fentress WBytitouily Once more lie faced your11IIiRITII1 will lot be released At the ant ffert at rescue he will be shot he sitswe Have sworn Ithis- ytlBC is at an end He stalked jwJ 1N ckM Tfotpne chance f ta alMSiia eTrMialH to him Either Jh ere 8t1 fce lives to be taken 3pMAiJljij j1e to the tate It MecMtry uatll we flad one with cour ag te try kist Make ad mistake 4tt wftl teoawrve the ends of Jus tfee te allow the state courts Jtfris t4ktII 1aWI case and I pledge my NIt to Xurmisk evidence which will fMet JWI4L ea his road to the gal I f laWBl Tke JHer a tremendous pres benchesIChrtlaeeig tke crew a sense ol the 5ilt eftb pst he was being eeJHELouM to play flowed through 1hI like seae elixir be felt that he Tt rCs Jramseeadtar himself that his In Sf4ratfe was Fawn from the hidden sirtafls ol the spirit and that be t I Jeild Bcltller falter nor go astray Tea 4oflt know what you are med ll rwith This man has plotted to lay tie seuth la ruinsks has been anetsc the negroes It la incredible Stka xea skoald all know thisto- JHWkjIjSfJY fo kOBe and thank God fer year eecapei For the others 7Us skaggy broWB met la a menacing = JINwm ulf they force our hand we Wjttl tees them Jobn Murrells dead n itlllErt our answer to their Nit Nt among thegun muz uilef wlfck wavered where they still- Itese4 krrn He was thinking of Ma kafy MaiAfy who had said he was un a m a to be reckoned with For itheeemfert of Ms own soul he was 1Pi8nc It j 1X you know what a servile insur itreetlea aeaasl you men who have wirea and daughters have you 1itjtke kJt a f their fate Of the mon wouldki you 5LtaIt aM control IULook at him iWhy kAhas never had a consIderaV yet1I1IelaYe kielt He would have left the titat1telor the first blow was struck j rhis kasiaees WI all down river Itt we are ffpiag to keep him here to aaswer lor JaJa crimes The law as ieiflaeaiU as it II impartial lias put ritoAHark a him the shadow in iwhteh he sits Is the shadow ot the ju4ge paused but the only lat li that expectant silence was 5tk pLmen He drew- nawIy51ersa ibreftt t wnlle hiq rfeioe Tumbled on aggressive and ltreating its every intonation Ten are here to defend something ttt ae loader exists Your organ MaUo Is wrecked your signals and iwtfcweris are Jkaoi your secrets MTe become public propertyI can eVei iceaUat of your members uere ere apae of you who do not tiai la iBtmiaent peril yet under 4 taailT Have wish to strike at tkoiew1io have bon misled Aoerced into Joining Murrells orI fthe Digits iodden old race glowed LOW With the magnanimity of his sen tIaisstTMBut Ji Have no feeling of fi rer ler your leaders none for Muri iCell hSsMlf Put down your gunsl you cam I1r klu us after we haye hilled Murrell but you cut kill the 4iWl If the arch conspirator dies m headWml rouMkii poaerous arm in a sweep 1t gesture and shook a fat but ex jyresstTe foreflager in the faces of La0eermeareethlm On yoursand ynrgayours AerM Ute space that separated itkeBjtke Judge grinned his triumph tit hA enemy He had moWnwhen iFetres entered the room that a word or a sign from him would pre t a riot but he knew now that =this Word nor this sign would Then ifa suddenly bo ii = byeNr s ce A murderous light rdi Hhe Judges bloodshOt btied stealingtad1 itks gettJng ready t- cwetIdid iIrthktad votte kiEitl7 by oors and wIndows the rc wd seized with inexplicable panic f itt4LbeIf into the ourthouse 1 ftL eitresa was caught up In the iiM aadf borne from the room and ISrreled space below the steps hei vJlhe judewas In the door jjUE esiter p struggling grduif I4INl the 1f1Inlllfar Mr Saul i v A 1w r ALCOHOL 3 PElt CTAgcpentonfo Isiatftfboc1aDfJRtiti iiii1i- s Prornof sDi tloncI1urlll nesswdRcstcontalnsinithn OpimuHotphinc nor Iincral Nor NARCOTIC IofJfrHJz J 1BdtIlJsIfrI 7io I1ISmI 1br Aper1ectemeyforQ1flSflP2 a LIonSourStOmath1Marr WorntsConvulsionsFetnsh- JMJ1eSs and OS OF SLEEP FacSInilt Signature or INEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper praw U mn You He Roared at Fcntress seelW16toDrawrdamh you he roared at Fentress as he wrenched himself free and the crowd swayed to right and left as Fentress was seen to reach for his pistol Mr Saul madp a last frantic effort to restrain his friend he seized the judges arm Just as the latter linger pressed the trigger and an Instant later Fentress staggered back with the Judges bullet in his shoulder CHAPTER XXXI V Good Times Coming It was not strange that a number ol gentlemen In and aiout Raleigh yield ed to an overmastering impulse to vis- It newer lands nor was it strange thattheiinitial steps looking toward the Indulgence of their desires should have been taken in secrecy Mr Peg Joe was one of the first to leave Mr Saul had Informed him of the Judges declare purpose of shooting him on sight Even without this useful hint the tavernkeeper had known that ho should experience intense embarrass ment In meeting the Judge this was a dreary certainty inow ireckon he means near all he says he had asked his fat sIdes shaking IId take his word a heap quicker answeredMri Pegloe promptly had a sinking spell He recalled the snuffing of the candies by the judge an extremely depressing memory under the circum stances also the reckless and head long disregard pf consequences which had characterized so many of that gentlemans acts and his plans shaped themselves accordingly with this result that when the judge took occasion to call at the tavern and the hostile nature of his visit was emphasized by the cautious manner of his approach he was greatly shocked to discover that his Intended victim had sold his business overnight for a t small lump sum to Mr Sauls brother inlaw who had appeared most op portunely with an offer Peg oes flight created something of a sensation but it was dwarfed by the sensaUon that developed a day or JEO later when It became known that Tom Ware and colonel Fentress had likewise lied the country Stlll later Feptress body showing marks of ylo lence was washed ashore at a wood yard below GIrard It was conjec tured that he and Vare had set out rivertheretress had in his possession at the time a considerable sum of money and It was BiinuoSfijl ithflt lila earn n O1fA1Ws WISDOM JSnti biITlII leather wakes up to hoar her babys heavy brel1tMnt4 little t itiKi croup or whoopin cou h Sbs does not want to send for the 9itb ft the trouble does not amount to much Finally she think of EM kiek her father gave her The Common Sense Medical Adviser by M M D She layr41 just ths thing to find put what is the matter with L Two million households in this country own oneand its to jB fee mtly 3lola stamps 1000 pates in cplendid cloth binding A good My tArltir ia any emergency It is for either txThis is vhat many women ri4s nrSecoe1a respect to hiII Favorite Prescription a remedy which has JIHI jBejaneboly and miserable women cheerful and happy by curuX s e yj8sAs weeaIy diseases which undermine a womtfls health had strength ItMYdesfro U to write a fow lines tq lot you know what Mus1LtHatnJf4d sIckNanAfWtakingtMuIImmv1ngI aid my own hotlWworkVashlng and ironlnpr cooking sowing and tim worst of all ftnrsed throo children who htf 1niziutbfcrP4oDrPlercoa 1arto arJ1tl9n18 tho beet midleitrn k eJdJof AI J1 LIL1 CASTORIA For Infants ana Children The Kind You aY- eA1ways6ought t Bears t4 Signature ofJ in- USe For Over Thirty Years t CASTORIAf tv HcwYOCrTV j PBUIOQ nau uiuruerea ana TODDed mm Of Wares subsequent career nothing was ever known f These were after all only episodes in the collapse of the Clan sporillp manifestations of the great work of disintegration that was going forward and which the jjudge more than any other perhaps had brought about This wassometnlng no one qurs tioned and he quipt sceil to ija Trst P f that i lqUt pnd peculiar esitt In which 7aa evir Irh I Ha l iiie wiienad ith the cc oifr suns he Ld oilers of help wirch impressed him as so entirely creditable to human nature that he quite lacked the heart to refuse them especially as he felt that In the inv provetnent of his own condition the world had bettered Itself and was moving nearer those sound andrlght eous Ideals of morality and patriotism which had never lacked his indorse ment no matter how Inexpedient It had seemed for him to put them into practice But ho was not diverted from his ultimate purpose by the glamour of a present popularity he was able to keep his bleared eyes resolutely fixed on the main chance namely the Fentress estate and the Qulntard lands It was highly Ira portant hat he should go east to South Carolina to secure documentary evidence that would establish his own KentuckfIprior coming to Tennessee IEady In November the judge set stage on his journey east he was accompanied by Ya cy and Hannibal from neither of whom could he bring himself to be separated and as the woods flaming now with the torch of frost engulfed the llittle town he turned in his seat and looked back He had entered it by that very road a beggar on foot and in rags he was leaving it in broadcloth and tine linen visible tokens of his altered fortuues More than this be could trust his hands deep down into his once empty pockets and hear the clinkof gold and sliver The Judge slowly withdrew his eyes from the last gray roof that showed among tbe trees and faced the cast and the ture with a serenely confident pression IBetty Malrdy and Carrington had ridden Into Raleigh to take leave of their friends They had watched the stage from sight had answered the last majestic salute the judge had giv en theta acrdss the swaying top of the coach before the first turn of the road hld It from sight and then they had turned their horses heads in the direction of Belle Plainr PriceJhopes toT Betfy asked when they Ihad left the town behind She drew her horse as she spoke and they went forward at a walk under the splendid arch of the forest and over a carpet of vivid leaves I reckon he will Betty respond ed Carrington Unfavorable as had been his original estimate of the judges character events had greatly modified It He really seems quite sure doesnt he1 said Betty Theres not a doubt In his mind agreed Carrlngton He was still at Belle Plain living In what had been Wares olllce while the Cavelldjshes were domiciled at the big house He had arranged with the Judge to crop a part of that hopeful gentleman land the very next Season the fact that a lawsuit Inter vened between the judge and posses sion seemed a trilling matter for Car rington bad become infected with tho judges ppiut of view which did not admit of the possibility of failure but he had not yet told Betty of his plans Time enough for that when ho left Belle Plain His silence concerning the future had caused Betty ranch thought Sho wondered fhesUn Intended going south Into the Purchase she was not sur fbut it was the dignified thing for him to do She was thinking of this pow as they went forward over the rustling leaves and at length sheI turned In the saddle and faced him I am going to miss dreadfullyyes and the HannibalI Mr Yancy sire began I am to be missed too am I Bet ty herjYou1youI perhapsback F1ve years cried Carrington but he understood something of what was passing in her mind and laughed shortly Five years Dettyt he repeated duelling on the numeral Betty Tiesitated and lopked thought pJttloUSnderllar == 1t MJiK Pear1ziO394V Record 228 trm1 2 18 tBaT B0rSe rS1 3 liiLUd4 highweiuht 1250 ibs foaed ICinq Sir sVKiry Vfal 24 7 fe6 of futurityivfjinnerB Wi mike the season at the Fair Grounds al c l4 to Insure a Living iColt orIOCashatTime df A Service i rl Moki24457 v Brother to Bumps o M ItSir of 79 in2SO Including Brenda Yo k 04Fereno 20 Native Belte 8 2061 Silver Sil 4 208 SuiieN3 209 Gphoko2lO Alq sire of the dan of The Ear rvester0l H iI Liftfa Pearl R cord22l SD if MokoTear- l8c 11I IJij H Mone iduo wnen colt foaled mare parted or bred elsewhere j ras inougn sac Were mamng cnreiui choice of her words When you c me back In three years Brnce Carrlngton still re arded her llxed Jy There was a IIht in his black eyes that seemed to penetrate to the most secrettrecesses of her heart and souL Three years Bet y ho repeated again Betty her eyes dist down twisted her rein nervously t etween her slim white fingers but C trrlngtons steady glance never left er sweet face framed by Its halo oj bright hair She stole another looks at him from beneath her dark lasts Three years BeJBy he prompted Bruce dont stara at me that way it makes me forget svhat I was going to say When come backnext year and then fl o lifted her eyes to his and ho saw i at theywere full of sudden tears f Bruce dont go awaydont go awijir at all Carrington sllppec from the saddle and stood at her s de Do you mean hat Betty ho asked He took he hands loosely In his had relentlessEy considered her crimsoned fate iJ reckon it will alj Y01HUlylIsoftly chase will never on1 and he laughed It was the Purci ase you were go log there she criid No I wasnt jetty ttfat notion died Its natural degth llong ago When we are sUre you wijll be sale at Belle Plain with just t Cavendishes am going Into RaIeghto wait as best I can until sprln He spoke so gravely that she as Led in quick alarm And then Bruc what IAnd then Ot Betty Im starv berIher close to him And then this and this and thB sweetheart and morenndoh BittyT Betty i rCHAPTER XXXVI fhe End and the Beginning When Murrell rras brought to trial his lawyers were able to produce a host of witnesses whose sworn testi mony showed tha so simple a thing as perjury Jiad no terrors for them His fight for Hben y was waged in and IncredlblebltteJness only human the utlaw escaped with the relatively Ugh Sentence of twelve years hri died how ever b of his term Imprlsonmlnt The he Returned to Raleigh resumed his own name of TurbervlUe and me allowed it to bo known that ho puld not bo offended by the prefix of HeneraL During his absence he had trccumul ted a wealth of evidence of urqpoubtcc authenticity with the rcKrt tjjpt hs clalnv agalnst the Fentress cst to wart sustained by the courts and when 1 ho Oaks with its stock and slrtras is offered for sale as thf principal creditor was able to bUYiJtln One of his firt nets after5 taking possession of tote property was to have Mahaffy re ntcrred In the grove WiUdOWjand shaken by his emotions saw the massive boulde go Into place Harsh and r gged like the nature ot him who lie beneath itbutduring too as h i was ho murrourcdt He turned to Ya icy and Hannibal and added You w lay tire beside him when I die Then when th bitter struggle came and he was wrc ncbed and tortured by longings his st ength was In remem berlng his promiso to the dead man and it was his custom to out under tin oaks and pace to and fro beside Mahaffys grave until he had gained the mastery of himself Only Yancy and Hannibal knew how fierce thQ conflict was be wagedyet In the end he won that best earned of all vie tories the net rl over bimself My salvation has Been a costly thing it was ought with the blood of my friend he told Yancy It was Hann bal privilege to give Cavendish out of the vast Qulntard tract such a farm as the earl had never dreamed of owning even in his most fervid moment of imagining and he abandoned all idea of going to Eng jUdgos1suggestion enUrelysatisfiednever ceased to congratulate them selves that they had Jgft Llnqoln coun ty They feltf that their friends the Carrinctpna atf Belln Plain thotuOi uno 1 IRecordSire of 19 in Sire of 152 in Grand Sire of sireof dams 210I t r rus a I Queen EtbeJff i Dam tfftl 1 230 Granddam vof tin 30i ti Hinder Thomas 40393 Sire of1 In 230 Sire of darnofl30 Isolene rlDam of Little Pearl 221 pranddam of Moko Pearl 8 r George Wilkes 519 Sire of 83 in 230 IGriutdsire IGreatmareI Strathmore 408 Sire of S9ih 230 IS228 in Princess i Ethel Great brood mare Hjnder Wilkes 8685 j Sire or4a in 230 oflpGrandllhe 230 Heralga Dam of sire Plums tone 32G9 Sire of 5 in 230 Sire of dams of 4 Alice Loraine GranddamofLittlePearl Moko Pearl 2281 is with be go utieu people were SUn ui =u DI uu rank with themselves while as for tlie judge they doubted if rofalty self laldl It any over hUn Mr Yancy accepted his changed fortunes with philosophic composure Technically be filled the position of Judgesi Oh Betty Betty mostIspending wages Certain trifling peculiarities sur vlved vlth tho Judge even after ho had entered what be bad once been prone to call the Portal of Hope for while his charity was very great and be lived with the splendid air of plen ty that belonged to an older order iJt perIhim and his creditors of whom there numberIwere aggressive and determinedIIthey explained to ancy that too great certainty detracted from the charm of living for after all life was a game a gamble be desired to be reminded of this Yet he was held In great respect for his wisdom and learning which was no more questioned than his courage Thus surrounded by his friends who were devoted to him he began Hannibals education and the prepara tlon of his memoirs intended primal Ily for the Instruction of his grand son and which he modestly decided to call The History of My Own Times which clearly showed the magnificence of his mind and its outlook ENDTilE fBEI FARMAND GARDEN IIIZ RAISING ONIONS FOR MARKET Avoid New Land Ge Pure Seed andLCultivate Properly System of Rotation Is BestIBy It O New land Is not adapted to onion growing and this crop should always follow some crop that has been under and free from weeds OnionsIbee follow potatoes beans or corn Tho land should be well plowed in the autumn disked and harrowed In the spring until it is as ilne as ga densollInew land cowpeas are excellent forI bringing tbe land Into shape Onions should be grown under a system of crop rotation but the crops f used in tho rotation miist be those Device for Smoothing Soil Before l Seeding that will not exhaust the high fertil ity necessary to onions Continuous theII00ndwith Insect enemiesSOne of the most Important things In ononcutture Is to mix the fertilizer with tho soil well On land that Is not thoroughly drainedi clow in beda lear iambebiuin rJ lolly Sain Mam Patcien58r Sally Chorister fIIHamb1etonign Lady Waltermlre f Volunteer 55 t lack ii tRed Wilkes 1749 I Lady Almont Hermes o48 11Alga I Harry Plummer 2976 I Bernardsviile Maid j Homer 235 jt rPickaniny mg a aoumo rurrow ootween me othis to carry off surplus water ThOse aidttiIin line condition after it has beep thoroughly plowed In the fall For llnish lug the soil a tool Is now made which when drawn over the ground will tilt and obliterate all tracks leaving the surface smooth and even and In line condition for either seed or trans planting rhe odlngroots of the onion tun clf e t Ue surface and should not be durbVi by deep cultivation After a rain break up the surface of fEo soli by means of a steer rake As soon as the plants are growing Well the cultivator should be started nd kept going in order to keep the ol- in good condition and to prcviert weds The single wheelhoe is an excellent fool for this purpose Some of the large growers near Chicago bftvo adopted a hoe stock consisting of a Wheel Hoes Adapted to Wording Onions pair of light plowhandles an Jron stock and the front wheel of ti bi cycle This is patented The hjand wee cr may be used to good a van tage HANDY MACHl J FOR PLANTS chopper and Thinner Newiy Patented Implement Can Be Used Like an Ordinary Cultivator- A new implement for use inji tho garden recently patented Is a hopper and thinner for work among 1hJSthinnerpoint passes a blade which Is attached to a shift lever The blade Is arranged Chopper and Thtnneri Aprlhgextending f the lever and one of the handles keeping the bladecarrying end br the lever adjacent to the digging point Them cWnq Is pushed along belween the rows of plants In the same man ferns dn ordinary cultivator Ir Game DIrdt The bulletin Just issued by tho American Gad liroteive and propa gation assocratlon should be read wide ly Facts about the danger of extinction for such familiar sounding creatures as the snipe and the passenger pigeon will mlik many a man thought Ltd about pxotectingthem who vpuldnt know one trim another Sunk In Deep Pit Shaft An alarming subsidence of an old jolliery at Intake Sheffield England happened not long ago While cross ng a field near the turnpike a pedeg rian was startled by a loud ruipbling- Ifio next qiinute a portion of the Jsarth vanished Closer examination revealed that an old pit sartj which bad been made part ot the fletd had subsided 60 feet t Modern Maidens Not Weakling A Philadelphia society debutante stiased two youngvthleves who bad matched her bag caught thmgOt- ack her property and then njarched the culprits to a policeman Ilio lays when It was eonabdCrethe grace full tiring for a young lady to bepret lly helpless and to depend on some aa tn take care of her are jforever jast and gone 2 iSSi e 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by business men seeking tservices if you qualitytake the Draughon Training and show ambition to ris More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorse alt other ness colleges COMBftsED 43 Colleges in 18 States International Jianklnc Typewritinr PtDIItIDlh ej1lsii Spehlint Arithmetic Letter jTtlting B taUEt a ldllarrbl1lftcbt1le POSilIONS under becondltiOnL auocrjtheNewSystem of Bookkeeping saves them front 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry Shorthand Practically aU U- SOfiiiclnNashville or Mcmphu or or or Eva villc Ia4 j I p stomach and No Women in Jap Universities There are two Imperial universities jn Japan but women are admitted to neither Reach for Theme Groa things are Just alwad of you but you t rCtiout for thorn Horace Fletcherl tifrta Marlaes loUJIrK svtn on ship bortdato 161 when iia ord r4lil oOfiielli deJfd Q- ctober1G authortsed 1CJ9 Iirg1fs roldlera to be raised formed inio a regiment More regimerils wthr later formed and by 1759 tbf marine numbered 18 OOmen lu the 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