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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v T i ESTABLISHED 1 tf- N883 f J t7 i I a NEW S EiESYOC i xix m 24 a SP1NGFIELD WASHifGflN COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 13 1912 r I i s 1 f 100i PER YEARa j I t 1 I i t LEAST IN THE KINGDOM Matthew xl 219June16t 4mon7f them that art bom of women then it none greater than John yet the least to the KtngJom of God tosoreater than he iMte vil WOULD BE dlfficuH to express i ITa higher tribute to John the Baptist than Jesus paid him in our text If John was so teat a man from the Divine standpoint why ldourIord declare that the least In the Kingdom of Heaven would be greater thpn John J Wheiy we turn oil the light contained 1thekvord KIngdom the entlnejjub Ject becomes clear God bad prom ised a Mttess1anic Kingdom and Jesus china that rBe might be the Head of that Kingdom The steps leading to its honors were steps of obedience to God unto death and these Steps Jesus begun to take On the cross Jle finish SoVthe work of proving Himself loyal Jesus thus became the Great Con qtieror the great King ot Glory being exalted to thei Heavenly state in His resurrection But He was to have as g sedated with Him in His Throne His Bride class as the Great Priest He was to have on nnderpriesthood aItooyil Erlesthood as the Great Judge of the world He was to have nssOI dates as SL Pdal declares Know ye riot ttptt the Balnts shall Judge the wordTI Cdrlnthlatia Ti tIn the DivIne Flap this company oC associates of Jesus were as much fore prdainea its was i JIeAS it was necressary for Him to undergo trIi1s a50 testlogs 80 with those tailed to be His asoctates Ifibwas tempted I iIn allpointsilke ns tee arc Thus His Message To 4dm that oY rcom r PB1t eth will Vgraqt to JtapHer i sit with Me in My Throbe evcnr as 1 overcame and am set down with My Father In HlsThrone These must be follower in ins footsteps none could precede Him Some BetUr Thing For UB 1w are not to Infer that those glori 0characters who lived before Christs time were less faithful than the Gospel Church but mdrely that 4God promised them the earthly per fecttont while He huts promised the Bride of Christ the heavenly perfec tion They will not like the remainder of mankind come forth to attain per fection gradually during tber thousand years of Messiahs reign the record Is that they will come forth perfect human beings That will be the ward of their faithfulness StPa JplnlnS the entire matter in Hebrews the llth chapter He de j clarci AllVitbcse died Intalthoot having received the earthly things promised to them God having provided some better thing for us the Churchu that they Without ns should not be made perfect The glorification of nJi Church her resurrection to perfection must be accomplished before the bless Ings through them can proceed to tug natural seedof Abraham and through Israel to nlnatIons Heb xl 3840 Not theBrfde but the Friend JObU the SnptTst declared He that bath the Bride Is the nrtrtofrnnm but the friend of the Brjdegroom heariuj lIfe voice rejolceth greatly This my Joy therefore is fulfilled J lohp Hl201 He plrcehJdtJmtln Gods provlleiic he had n very honorable and blessed station sad work to nceoraplTsh bup lit was to be neither the Bridegroom ii rnetnber ot the Bride class And the other AniIeiit Worthies will not dIsipioIiHMl ivhen they come forth lu the njurrettlotl to hidii Hride class selected to a higher plan than theirs Oa the contrary tuylr nip or blessing being full and never liar lag been begotten to jj spirit nature they will not be able to comprehend lIlly blessings higher than tbtlr own Just for Instance os a fish in the wa ter seeing bird flying In the air would hot be Jealous of the flint mid Its greater freedom hut on tile Von trary would be bvttvr suristtiHl in ihr wuter Its uuturul oletiicnt j in tbtAIlesson Jesus lutlumtes all tilt above The IMW and the Prophet were win John lie wits the Jnllt Qf the rropbcbL Jesus jtdrtber declared It ye pre willing to re 1 i2IIi 11IJlhIKtilI 41l1T9I matterLtiIcnt in the biigY ldcrstand greater lillIItlillt John the Bap John list dlrloR work In ull ntHord with the prophecy that Klljah mnxt first vt me as a reformer sefore MeRRloh Addressing tile mnUItndeR the Great JVacber Inqnlrrd Why did you go out to see John Was IthCtu e God upoke through him as a Prophet an the CdR11Orbat really drew to Johns tenciilngI wns that he wax Gods Is written Behold send My messen uer before Thy face who shall pre t pare the way before rbelThIR preparation for Jesus John made with ttr the JewIsh nation Ills message was that the Kingdom rtf Qeareo was to be offered to them and that only the holy would be ready U receive It Took Thank With the Best Nol said the haughty BoplaBoola J tbeCanD1bal1Islands J j aecltlace of missionarys teeth and a nice fresh smile these dressmakers it London Paris and New York haYs nothing on mel And with her eyes bermlitg with hapPIness she swept regally into tH ballroom Harpei Wklr v THE NEq 5 Lhbi t 0 P t 4r NOT A FAILURE 1j In Life When Honest Name Is Left iI hava failed in almost every thingI ever undertook I hope thatt none of inyf cbfldren will have to make such a confess nt Thbs spoke an aged man not long before his death In youth he wished to be a minister but cou d not get the necessary education A severe attack of pneumonia left him subject to hemorrhages and be was thought to have corsump Lion But he wandered out into the fields gathering herbs for his own use or that of his neigh bors and whether the herbs did him oodor not the outdoor life certainly did Be studied njedicine with the local physician and became a doctor but he could not endure the lorg cold rides inseparable from a country pracJse So he sat up aSia druggist in the hope of finding tim to study for the ministry tlJe hadto give up that b petfor his business plot d exacting Still he taught in the Sunday s hool often led religious services and officiated at funerals When he opened his druf tore he abandoned medical practise he gave his services freely to the poor He trusted thuttAftd from the fall in prices Jhat cul minated hvthe panic of 187S Goods had first to be marked down and then to be thrown away He could not collect his oils his debts accumulated He lost his store his business even his home Then he met with an accident that almost cost him hislife He toiled bravely on a new house only to have it wrecked by a tornado That night he and his family sat amaid the de bris in the celler the pitiless rain beat upon them and the blackness was cut by blades of lightning thatdisclosod nothing but disaster It seemed tohim that his every hope blossomed only to be crushed Never theless thi man refusing any compromise assumed the whole burden of his debts and dollar by dollar he began to pay them Hif chidren not only worked their way through cOllage but were able to help him a little In n measure ha recovered his health and slowly but surely he re duced the bnrd n of his debts 3utyoulh and hope were gone ie was an old and disappointed man Still his llast years were yerus of peace Hishome was modest but it was his und ne lived in If asonabe com Cort He owed no man and he died free His funeral ws attended bS almost eery per oh in the community and among them all there was scarcely tine who was not indebeted to him for somt knd defd who wasnM the bet ten for his example of honesty and seadfastness and courage He felt that he hid failed it everything but he left an hon ored name and a memory 01 ri heousness and integrity That is nCt failure Youths Companion What Texans Admire is hearty vigorous life according to Hugh Tallmari of San Antonio We find he writes thatDr Kings New Life Pills surely put new life and energy into a person Wife and I believe they are the best made Excellent for atorach iivCr or kindney troubleS 25 cts at Hayddn Robertson IDogEatDog Tle setting of contests by the Republican National Committee con inues the striking example orpagn The Taft machine will be accused and will doubtless he guilty of usihg the steam iqUer when ever there is an op porlumty to operate that heavy m1chicetyJway tar president Taft Prac tical politicians could hardly be itxpeced to do otherwise than to resort to the sevetest ret4li ndiCrime of reprisaj acdVUoll Roosevelts coldblooded decisionnot hot blooded impulse as many persons doubtless still suppose ut carefully planned reentrance into the ring via Central Arica would have been regarded by the President asa crime of violence even if he had not chosen to follow his hat with both feet into the bullring opoponents neck with banderillas de fuego The steam roller may reveal the President as a m chiDe politician ruthless inI time of stress and intent running his mcQrnery over the capering bullfighter no longer the goodnatured fat man But disinterested spectators will hardiy feel any great sympathy for Col Roosevelt the practi cal methods of his opponents rob him of some delegates Of course the decision may be wicked but the tight conducted by the highly oiganized Roose velt forces to accept the nomii nation for him has been such tlat there is little room for ten tijtnentalizng over such fortune as he way meet with in the present ehdounter Con ncr Journal Escapes an Awful Fate A thousandHonjrues could hot express the gratitude of Mrs J ECox of Jail fit Ill for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate Typhoid pneumo nia had left me with adreadful cugh she writes Sometimes I had such awful caughing spells I thnught I would die I could get no help from doctors treatment or ther medicines till I used Dr Kings Sew Discovery But Iowe my life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all now Quick safe and reliable for all throat and lung troubles Every bottle guarantee 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Haydon Robertson I District of Columbia Investigation Ooe of the stories of the Ara bian uights entertainment which the princes told her lord was toe tale that had no end She said That one of theI Califs of Bagdad had a beautiful soughtbytiinps The Calif the father of Lhi lady was a great lover of slory He imposed this condi tion onthe suitor for the hand of his daughter that he should tell a story that would have no end The devoted suitor agreed to the hard conditions and pro ceeded as follows The subjects ofa certain Calif enjpyed a succession of yeaTs of great penty The appy Prince gutliertd the stir plus grain into immense wae houss Jill they were all tilled1 TtiPse years of plenty were flll lowed by years of sparcitva swarmsof insocts hoyered aloud Mbout the warehouses the in sect which Were locoits found ap dee where one of their member and oily one ouldgo in and bring out a grain of corn and tbeh another locust vould go in and get another grain of corn und then another locust would go in and bring out an other grain of core After the story teller had pro ceeded with this repetition about the locust and grains of corn for some time and onehalf years the Prince bt came impatient and aked the suitor if that put of his story was not about over The tory toiler looked away as in c jnte npla ion and said He coo d see clouds of locusts si ill hpvuring around iltewurehou efc and thpy iiad lowered the wheat h ATizTThin Are you easily tired lack your strengthThen poor your blood must be thin your nerves must be weak You need a strong tonic You need Ayers arSaprilla the only Sarsa illa qntirely free from alcohol We believe your doctor will endorse these statements Ask and firid out If you think constipation is of trifling consequence just ask your doctor lie will disabuse yqu of that notion in short orderu CSrrect if at once tII hs will say Then ask him Jbou Ayezs Pills mild liver pUt aU vegetable by the tra Z4Xe r in one corner of one of the arer houses about eight fett1I w ere upon the Prince being disti aved at the prospect consented to the marriage forthwiih This District of Columi ia investigation has a pointed i ssem blance to the aboVe stoSfar as the wtitor knows thrc is op hand of Princess at take The fortune of our Mr Mare iis already made on these lines The investigation aupoars to be alike fruitless and emiless The better way would be to nail a small board over the hole in the warehouse to keep ciit the locpsts Money fid out of the tilted States Tressurery isseldtm re covered though it Inav t paid out wrongfully The Dew cratic party is in power in one ranch ofo the government and his a good chance to get hold of the whole government The people expect pesitive work not inves tigation Can the Dem crattc party rise to the situation re mains to be seenL 1An Ancient Document The following interesiog item is from Harrodsburg Trustee Booki pluje 20S and i ii reso lutiun adopted at a meeaing of the Boardiof Trustees January 5 182 Archibald Woods apprJLred be fore the Board and it formed them that James Noble lias con fined in a pen noar ti hin home three beaus that the pet is iot satflisieutiy strong to kepjp them saftly and securely thLt a few days one of them got ouu of s tid peri and vent to his house and greatly alarmed his family tthat it went into an apartraeiJt t in his house wher3 t o children wore sleepingand who ware with dif tirulty waited up and got out 01 the house befora the bud r entered it He states that he con siders them a dangerous and troublesome nuisarce j to that part of ttJm town and Ihinks it the duty of the town tto M Noble to remove compelI of town or so secure tI qm that the town may be no longer an nofyed by them Wher fore be it I Resolved That the Tpwn Ser gean iI tify Mr Not to re move saftl boars out ofl he limits of the town on or hefotfe the 10ih inst Harrodsburjr Leader Never Kill a Bird The destruction done bv in sects is beyond cofcputaion The loss to farmers tlf rough the destruction of the itripctiorous birds is beyond calculation And yet W0 in K nticUy pre doing UIwhUI year there were thousands and thousands of doves Now there an carckly any and unless thore is Closed season in Kentucky in a few years the d iv iwill be as extinct as tho earlier pigeon The call oCtheII Boi White is unknown to child ronj whose pa rents heard from ev ry hillside Tne woodpeekf wjio lives off insects that destroy rees is be coining a rure sight fcirds of every son and 1cThrhun the lrttleu Jtfnrie VVrenj to the isrow the friend of iho farmer are ruthlessly kiil J bjy bciys anti men The lKb iluokv Legislt ture should ats a lafv forbidding tie trilling of bird lof any sort in Kentucky for utt least flye years Sholoy R cprd 1 Luke MbLurfe Says Some jirls who wear baby blue garters with g it clasps be fore thay ace marripd use a piece of calico rag to t jerform the same service lutnrJ A crepe kimono if ten covers lot of shabby lingo lie A stout w imaty will faint it you squeeze her hi td too hard hot whpn sho take f her corset off her skin is soct rugated and welted that she reiembles a tattooed lady Cincinnati Enquirer CASTOR I A For Infants ailtt Children TfiB Kind You HaveMlways Bought Boars tho Signature of tt t lr CROP REPORT Indicates That Grain Crop Will Be Short r Frankfort Kv ToneSThe May Crop report of Commission r of Agriculture Newman follows Reports omingto this de- partmEnt as to the condition of crops on the first day of June show the condition of wheat to be 754 per cent Tills i ia de crease of nearly 4 per cent from 79 per cent since the first of MayThe wheat crop has not come out as it has sometimes after a severe freezing during the win ter With an acreage of 88 8 per cent and a coudi ion of 754 per cent there is not a grea propect for a wheat crop in this Statethi year Condition of rye is given a 722 per centthe corn acreage- a is 92 per cent or an aver age crop condition of corn 818 percent The great afciount of rain fall and the flood conditions pre vented the sowing of a large beingIis 9 3 per cent The potato crop is one of the most promis lug crops Kentucky has this year Th acreage being 95 3 per cent and the condition 933 per cent Iihe pprteent of dark tobacco transplanted June 1 is 914 per cent iidIC ting rapid progres is being made in the planting of this crop The recent dr weather has prevented the rapid transplanting df tobacco and the use ofsctters has been ivnrtrtod to ii order to get the crOpout Both the pg and lamb crops are short ones Kdicating a crop cf 88 0 per cejt of pigs and 837 per cent of lambs- Tin shortage ol pigSTihd lanbs is in a greaHneasure du to sf ver winter and unfavonble spring conditions Poultry has also sufr rod in this respect- The fruit Crops not a g od one Conditions of apples 704 l percent peaches 71 8 per cent poart72 9 per cent plums 81 8 per cent grapes 827 per rent is reported Blackberries an not to be so plentiful this year Oulv 702per cent average crop reported with raspberries but little bettefj 771 per cent Bluygrass js reported as showing a condition of 103 5 per reir alfalfa 91 per cent and clover 884 per cpnt Some pUces report an entire failure of clover and others an unusually good crop Failure is reported from some points in the State and an uuusually good condition in others The southern section of the State as a rule reports wheat in fairly good condition while the central aol n rthern Sections of tlo State report an unusually poor ondttiotiexists Taken as whole the report for Juno indicates thit it will be impossible for Kentucky to pro duce an unusually Jarge graii crop even with the mot favor able weather conditions pr vailing tlvoretraitder of tilt seoson t Going Up An exchange in commenting on the sudden rise in paper t ck of all kinds SIsrheP- lper Trust has advanced the price Quail grades of paper from 6nehalf a cent to one and one half cents a pound and on 6n velopes from 0 to 10 per cent ThiS will cut the printers profits con iderablv unless he can get better prices himself The rocer or dry goods merchant puts up the price of his wares tccordmg as the market advances and the people pay the in crease and say nothing about itr But Jet the printer suggest a raise inany of his prices and a great hick goes up aganat him Notice My accounts ate now in tthe hands of Pbltn Palm for col lections All persons indebted to me will settle with them 1FormiVarkijS e f A Beautiful Tribute EditotrMike Hetberinqton in- 1bis paper the Lakeland Pla f Jytlfpaidbute tD his mother whom he never Henevec knewsava infancyt Coniug into the world as Ilef sigi al for her going forth few brief days she clasped him to her heart the heart whose last betts were paost for him then ere the baby eyes had learned to look with recognition uoon her she kissed the closed ani closed her own forever- Vaguelvthrotigh life b9 mis ed her Times as a boy when the night wind moaned outside and within fantastic figures and shapes of fear formed in the darkness he cowered baneith tie covers of his cot and wept tII passionately for something tht J he warded but could uvit 1m1 ihouuh afterward hb knev th t the thing he cravedwas shelter l S1hadofufiiing1love Ij he siw them copiously and contlnously draw and he that the fates had left pitI ou of the schemie of his and in the midst of th buoyancy of youth his eyes wpuld gr w wislul and his heart he sad lhnaman a d s ragtimes alter the struggle of Ihe d 1YIwhen came the quiet hour muring opr florland ffrtl 0Itizing fur out into th9 sad t sol mn sealie would dream of the and beyond the setting sun of the mjMtic glories which e e hath not seenandof her whiloved him first Aye others came and crpt into his heartf and tilkdiit with a love that wasd Almost pain hut in its innertnost holy of holies he kept ever a cLamber inviolate for tbpmother he opycr knew t A nd it pleased him to believe that ihoufl be saw her nota she walked thrQugh life besidet him and many times a ehere presnce felt io sweat suggess tions of kindly deedIn silent stirrings If the heart that turn2d wayItluness or generous impulse ever blossomed itl his life 10d her he gave the creditmTherefore on Mothers DAyw when th uaands have the blessedm privilege of laying toe votive c offering cf their love 1at theire mother fret end other thousk ands live over tender memoriesh of days when mothers walked by ir sidehe wears the white flower for hrfor her to whom a he beiieves his nature owes itsc bestaSo in the dusk ofUtlli dear la vvhi e the lljwer if fuclinguu though its fragrance liitrsistilt he wri es these lines for the sake or those who like kits knew mother ony in the land if dreams Hermit Drowned Bardstown KyI3ootjack llloybp ema ed65 wholived the life of d hermit in the woods oordering Beechfork rier wet a tragic death while engaged in i heroic effort to save the life ofJIs a wan of not half his rearsb Lon MIen aged25 was fishing when be fell into the stream t Reynolds heard his frantic cries for ai and rU3hed 0 the river s Without waiting to disrobe the io norm t plunged Into the rive and swam to Allen lhe latter wits near drow lngaod in Ijte desperate efforts to save himself threw his arms about Reynolds so that the latter was auable either to assist the other or to do auything for himsuif In ther strugge that followed Reynolds was drowned while Allen svash pulled outby men who came to his assistance The drowning happened at a point about five miles from I3trdstownw LastingExainpleT0 Him A North Carolina negro wasj i brougbt0Ut on the gAlloWd to ee o hanged for murder Ue ry1said the have you anything to sherUTJIb tiyesed marts Iso got i few words ito say I i inrelicst0l state dattds sLiingIflfi1flg tobt- t m lesson to me tJ 2 I jSUBSCRIP1tONr j 4 H L ItrQ1 Ic= II II T CAMAICNOFFERI I1The LOuisville T1rneIs I Until November 30 1912 AND r ONEYEAR 7 I n I lB t ForrOilyl SOOPIf I I means that The Times will beset bymallitoIIIThis from date ubscription is meceived by thjtl t through us until November 30 1912 The I j we get your subc i tin order the soo get the Times Send tkc order at once 11rII i iiI get advaiitagef thisa1 Ratte Ii1i Orders nust be sent to The News Jnot to Louisville Timjj4tteader cd the 1T j Death the Great Lev ler1t ilKing Frederick of Denmirk elt dead upon the streets a few ayBago lynd hot being identi tied his body was takeu ti the morgue where the mecnBersVof thejfamily afterwards found it De th is a great lveer itcomes to the prince and the pauper lilie While this mysterious animalIedin his land but tIlt mobent the go den cord snap peel his authority passed to an other and that which w ast moj tal of him carried tothe common reQ jtacle of the unidentified ead Mystery of mysterSfg h itp he comes into time world thout his volition ho lives q lded hj conditions thathfj ainotlargely change andp SS i siout of hs temporal existenCQ uqwsnOt whdn If be surrounds itnsel with that which he culls his own jind sometimes builds artificial walls oetween biri elf ttd others but when death his plands are attn end the temporal abode of his sp rit falls OAck to the dust from Vhence it came Surely death 1a great leveler The COm- moner rMarried atEast Texas The marriage iiMrs S 3Jr ji throw ofrRiJeyT tOe Esquire eliyDii Haysof Gravel Switch Was solemnized atth residence of Rev a L Purdom at East Texas yesterday afternoon Rev Purdom officiating Thi the third marriage for the jbridk and tile second for the room The contracting parties r re members tit prominent and fluential lanlI sintbis re pective cummunittes and hosts f friends wish for them BJrsuc Ices and happmesstLtbanon falcon Tit For Tat AssVling Mr Eo3sevel MV avelfailedt t j different from what I was wbiea J o recommended me I have been unabl to see Jl am h retosay why he slioild not be nominated ahd hy if nominated hewill run the riskif defeannerecttdo Theodore Ropsefelbj r would be a dangerous man to intoxicate with the compliment t putting him inU place and giving hien the power that has- een dented to eer3 American piesiden tnc the beginni of A Ae overnment i Ills itlutislt lmonesttlsftta EqOulrede CiJ orhim to tucia u bdancicmefpiofur eC- lonayfcrfOIlOLntlOnlY J r I J i cohisa which he advised me to take Ass ihDgMr TaftlMi RqoseveWsaysIfFo r r tMV Taft had not discovered that lwast a lLtterera deinajgbgSejf egotist and engaged fu fiphy J fugglin tljte peoleand y t 1rn stood lhen exactly whera tst drcoW tj We have not ebarigedipoaii tion we progreasivjes andfwe lstand exactly wtiergtoe Stoodti fofar year ago aaadr iaftir who has left us and who1 alh J Joned theenemy4 Therefore out attitude pward Mr T ftcan bef eipressed in that wordstof 3 Abraham Lincoln when bOsada- l will stand with anybpdywh j stiuda for the Vt htli t ndWlthJ bits whileS ne is righandpat Wiwith hint when he goeswoig Will Close Out ti The 1909 pqgJlfl a L Lexingn ky DetermYnelf that rit mora dalky than is jccires avy rn the diapbsal oAheT remainder cf fche hordbiga t4ho1 T 1909 tobaWand to the end tK fan early distrlbafildn bp inadewo the poolers of the 1909 dro tneJdurtrict oardof the Barley Tot j bacco Society an quarterly seaVi sibn voted toputi thtttLObacooiiS- Ott f the markets bf Oidcintiatian 1 puisviJe band if it is iibVail tsdld by July i then the Burlej Tobacco Company wilt bueii what remaius itnd prOceed tQ make u distribution at on eft It will take several Wkifter the tobacco is closedout tp gettctJeck to all tbaJ11 plbutl every effort will brnaclit Complete tie distributida aa f fItion of all merzbersaitepdiqgtbot meeting of the board today as Aell as the opinion of the pern bent of the ExecaLmueOonnijttee4- that an early distriBatipn4 Was t desirable and should be made w ll was repoitea that there ira uowbut59OOOhogSheadtcjdisposed bjtr f fieved can be soldl between nowJ flond July I if notsoonerL rii any case none ol the tpBioj Ti latei4thant overby the company a Fhq Demons of thcSw asjnosquios s ot ey stine jb deadly malaria germs in the l ft Thefohlow thd icy chUIa and tM tof fever The appetite Hies ndt pavithe it trie flitters kill undIgermp from th rfN sou a fine appetite alBengh After IMC IYfPte Wm Pretwa44s three bottleS drev a1I from my health qtCJ I tomachlJlvi ii9 Haydon loberthei i4 f 1 yF ii i r T WSLfADfit r SPRIHCNILD KY LIRJDIVUTThliaDlYf MIIB p IIf JtfEWWLIN- dEtOr Pahlisbere TwMaj Wt without doubt Iae drjeat day that has ever- bHRaeen im Springfield The 1Soft Drink Stands went out of bmljiMS Monday night and on TMtjfcy morning the laws passed by the last 1IpKlijatnre were in fall forcer Not only was the- Mai0fdaaii naiMing but when persons wenttothe public drink uiir places ofndbebJldtht COpWIS gone Not having provided themselves with prix c ate drinking cups the copses qaeuce was that there wen quite a large number of persons in town who got dry In the putJclyfrequsnteJplaces where peraptf have been wont to go qoeMh their thirst there were posted signs informing the pu lie ofHhifact that the new law prohibiting the public drinking cup waain force i FcAwick Mr and Mrs R E Shewj maker and two children were in Springfield Sunday Mr and Mrs Davis Settles sod family visited at Texas Sun day Miss Corm Hughes of Spring fields Iif visiting Miss Ann weekIt Mr and Mrs Stanley Roger V lit d at Springfield Saturda juM gnday U i JjBjrtril fryf i here attendee ch rchatfSt jSSee Sundayafteri- 1ooi3 Mr and Mrs Huston Mopt gomVry yldtid the latter mother Mrs Nan Fenwick Sat urday and Sunday Several from here went ta Bardins Chapel Sunday Mrs Rosa McAIi terahe Misses Marie and Rosa Ander I sonwere beta here shopping Monday Those who dined at the homi of Mr and Mrs James Lanhan Sunday were Mrs Roxie Cocb rangot Ind Mrand Mrs Claret ce Graves and son M r an f iirs Thad Anderson anc iaailjr Mri and Mrs Dick Lan baiS and family Mrs Teresa Graq and family and Mr Wil Logsdan a Mr Kent Graves left Monday r Dabrniog for Owentborb to mabt his fQtQrehome f Miss Annie Welsh of Bur in is y istting her sister M rs Bol Graves this week Yrs Prudie Janes is able u- be 4 out again We are indeed glad for her to enjoy some off 11tb pleasures of life with hei friends Rev Father Gabe will givt services here Sunday June 11 atio a m Hoping to see i MxTd cot repraticn Mraj Teresa Graves and daughtersMrs Roxie Cochrai an little Lucille Graves also Mrs Lizzie Andtrson and twi 1 daughters Matja andRosar wert the pleasant Quests of Mrs Clarence Gras es Saturday Mrs John Sweeney and daugb let and grandchild visited tars Dee Raybourne Monday f Mrs China Hall died at hei hoae Saturday evening Tuui 8of a ccmplicatiuh of disease Patientsufferetrwas thefam l a graveyard and leaver boat of relatives and friend tom rnbel death berfjowny we are needing rain M badit Mrs XjDC7 Harmon has re turned acme aftera visit lo rei ativta Here Mr and Mrs John Dennis anUimily Visited Mr and Mrs Albert Masters and family Sun tJ l s Mrs Teresa Graves had the misfortune to lose a finn cow Saturday rjand Mrs Will Nally and 4 f ti84ntji y Mr 8tyVBeley visited fate 1 teWf Mri 44attie Horan of LfetMitofl 8 nday and waSac cc p i Miss Louise Fen wmoo silla pend 4WeeK 4tnWr n i ASTORIAvlj M i wwr t r DELINQUENT LIST Followrngis 1 the Delinquent List of SJAnderson as Alloiyedlbjr the Fis cal Court fat iits December 1 V 4 Term 1911yt t t PRECINCTNO Name 4 Prot DogsiAhes Remarks Borders W A 1 Not found Blandford JO 1 Not found Borders Jim 1 Insolvent Brown Thos Insolvent Baker Ernest Insolvent CountyBurtonBuckman J C Insolvent Cusick Chas Insolvent CountyColvinCountyGrahamCountyHlgdonHamilton Ed Insolvent Lowe Jake Insolvent Mann Walter Insolvent Murphy Will T Not found CountyMayfieldMontgomery J P J Insolvent Montgomery Roney Insolvent Mattmgly Geo a 2 Insolvent InsolventtoNally J W Insolvent InsolventbTingle J A Insolvent InsolventTaylWalker T C Insolvent Wise W 11 Insolvent Wall Joe Insolvent Wall Tom Insolvent Wheatley W P Insolvent Wall J A l Insolvent To School Trustees The election of teachers for the common schools will take place at the usual place of meet ing o f the severall division boards on Saturday June 15th The aw provides that all the trus 1lajbe various schools in the divi sion The board should rqqulre written applications from the teachers as directed in the cnool law before action is taken jn the election of teachers No teacher should be elected in ny district Unless the trustee of the district is present or sends a written nomination and stales vhy be is unavoidably absent from the meeting of trustees The Board of Trustees can not delegate the Authority to elect a teacher to one trustee alone Etch teacher must receive a majority of the votes of all the trustees in the division in which he is making application before he can be legally elected A majority Iot those present wil nV be sufficient to elect a teacher unless a sufficient number of those present voting for a teacher constitute a majority of the trustees cf the division The law provides that tthe board of trustees shall elect the teacher nominated bv the local trustee rWheatley Glut M 1 Ins Wall Arthur 1 Insolvent Wilkerson Earl Insolvent PRECIfJCTNO 9 H Bartley Hezzie y Insolvent Carrico Fletcher 4 Insolvent Davison Ada S145 LeI State Dpwney E H In lvent d In lventDowlin mildry 4 Gardner Ed j I l In Went Hamilton T D j 1 1 In olvent Lanham Jno 1 In olvent Matingly S J 1 In olvent Murphy J H No found Mudd Alex Jn lolvent Matingly Arthur In olvent Matingly A E T In olvent Miles WE Listedjjr Mation Co Nally Amos Left ounty Nally T H l Left unty Orkies Henry I olvent ountySmithountyWisentyWethenngtonFonzai Wooten R W NO found Wheatley Ed 365 Noftfouud PRECINCT NOO Clarkson Frank f0 Left County Carrico J B I IIr solvent Crume W S Nc t found Crume G W Ir solvent Duncan Wallace Le t State Gribins Oliver Left County Goatley R Li Left County Grinstead HfA 17r r Ie t State Green Dick Ii olvent Hall W F Dead HaydonJesse It solvent Janes Ben HuU solvent Kelly T P Ii solvent CountYMontgomeryMcPherson Logan I solvent McPherson Kent t I solvent Mobley Ernest Insolvent OGara Con Insolvent Pope Eph Let County Thompson Alex Insolvent Young Buck 1 1I solvent ContinuedNext Week y SCOTTS EMULSION with plenty of outdoor exer cise pure food and airwill arrest consumptive tendencies allay irritation in throat and lungs and build up the whole body atiAll Dru tI Scot R Eowne J 1214 unless there is written objections ofrrl1SjIgrounds why the teacher should not be elected in the event the Board of Trustees deem it nest for the interest of the school bj decline to elect a teacher itIshould refuse Jo do so in order that the wishes of the patrons df the district mat not be sacrificedI The contract this time the amount of money that will be appropriated each district nor the time that school shall begin These matters will be determined by the County Board o Education as soon as sufficient dati iS at hand tq pro vide for an equitable distribution of the school funds The Chair man shoud gel an expression from the trustees as to when they desire their school to commence and the school term based on the propos tion that the county will pay fcjr onehalf of the expense of he extended term and the district pay a like amount in no event shall tlk monthly salary exceecj the regu lar moithlv payment provided for in the first six mot ths of the term The Chairman sho ild take a copy of his county paper with bm to the trustees m eti aid read thi article to all pve cot LsiiIKEEP TALLY OF 111lt1t Workman From Missouri Inds There Are 32907 Strokes of tie Needle In a Simple Garment T i Kansas City ItoHe man A ens a tailor took time to count the HeIIThe coat was n four button sack thirtytwo inches long and single stitched tCrtIA newly elected AustrCiJiall labor Jv P returns his orcupatiojli ns tailors cutteran avocation rely repro rented In parliament Sc ne time ago says the London Chroni le Australia bad t remarkably eloqumit and witty tailor who became not olly an M1 P but a minister of the cr wn To him a new governar made t is maladroit remark I hear Mr Joi es you were once a tailor Yes my lord was And how are ou engaged now Taking yourI excellencys measure I10 Th THas ENo QUThLj1 11As IICowsI II AN EGG PRODUCER IT IIAS ALCORN I Made from rolled oats crushed corn alfalfa hay Brewers grain and pure corn molasses Alccrn is heavier in corn than Oatequaland is the working hores friend J Common Sense ood at l Common Sense fie 1 1A r PriII ual andA com are cheaper to feed land corn and costs little by the bag and less by th 5 O OATUQUAL tonII COJUUMJ tlS OHIO e 1 McClure SOLD 8 BY IY1YeQiI 11 Telephone 8 i SPI2INGFIEL KY I r t I RA SV NNSKSS LNSNtnS4NN11 tNNttNtt 4N1NtttMSttNN1N1N i vI j4r I l lii ii I i ATtI E f l r Next Door to Drug Store Bloomfield Nelson County Kyj = + j n A Store Full of New Spring and Summer 600d- sMons Such as Boys and 9Ladies Skits1- I i I Waists Muslin prewar and Dress Goods Ii j joff All kindsd T c The Biggest LINE OF MlLLINEpY GOODS ini Nelson County FohiThe Least Prices i iTl1at Can Be Bought at Wholesale S On Account of the backward iny season we find that we have too many goods on hand and we do notI iicarry stock over from one season to next So therefore we must unload in the next 15 days and now is theti time when people are needing this kind of merchandise Money saved is money made Don look for friend ship but buy where you can save 35 to 40c on the dollar We have an enormous stock on hand and we can r i not give prices on everything it will take too much paper to mention all the items We mention a few that will give you an idea of what we are going to do in the next fifteen days 4 i Mens and Boys Clothing iilelIs 10 00 and SI10 Suit Cfft1 9during this sale Mens 20 00 and 52250 Sure in blue serge grey tan and black 14 79during this sale only Boys 2 Puce Suits size r to 17 Knil 49values iti 39value during this sale 2valuesi 39i21thisC Wash Suts sixs a lo Cduringi Mens Dress Shirts I 50 audi U es Sifts 43FFcufT atac lied tiuiiiithis sate CI i MMISt 51IiO and S1 25DnsCCShirts duriis sale S t Umbrellas f U1nhrrlh worth TOc and 7J 41Iduring this sale f Corsets s durinstiiis sale i ISlO iiijCorsets wonii and this saleCfflullng Notions l 3cpN3cCu3ctltIite3csul3cmt hii elude Soap dell g this sale J A j bars for LVt f 4cCDryGbodsI 5cItSICIIIalcalI co ors daring this sale A yad onlCApron Gingham dut ipg this sale 4cper yard 71ClpPrytid only Bleiched and UVbljuliHdShetii g 217 c bnllssl p r yard C 9cdllnDross 1d wirtli iand s5c CyarLawns north 71J nt d f 4ior3aid lurniL Ihs sale on vC7lull20 Villett NewsLeader year Post Nov 2 cash s a T and Embroideries I LiRces we rth 7i and 8t pt r yard4c t during this sale only 4cyardEmbroidery worth 10 and 12lc per yard during thtssale2C Curtains Lace GuTtains worthl 65 aud75c Ae ilpf 291andMen s Hose in black tan blue aud colors 6cwe i Mens Hose worth 25cper air sCl Ladies Hose in black find tau silk worth 25 and 25c this sa1e ShoesII Ladies Slippers worth 200 1 49and S2 r 0 during this I eilLadies worth 300 269tand 356 during this8ilet eo Mens in black tan and gon 2631dUrin IBol I S Be sure and come and take advantage of this opportunity llet anyone talk you out of it but come and bring the whole family During thisj sale wp will selL 2 i strictly for cash on account of this being a money ri alsing sale V Come at once and buy your supply for the ttamiiy rcij 11 6 r 1f nnMEnlI 11l A r I Next Door to Store Bloomfieldl Gounty Ky 1 i H1NIN SNN1 t1N NK f NN NStKNN tt61NN NK1ti 4NS JtKt t NN k4 i tt KNHNt NNNW NMSNfl11s Haydon k bertson Haydon The one and The to 15 Laces Lace half21C Slippers Slippers Dont Sti Drug Nelson rr arm ntERK HipFor Sale I III have for sale 17 headofI f 1Thoroughbred Berkshire Hogs sired by a State Fair winner They I 1old1 gII have one Ilittler of 10 pigs thatCwill pay any man to lookat Pricesi lasonable ii IIC N1VI ILLEITr I it SPRINGFIELD KY R R 2 Jat 0iI 1 f T c i Tr Ti T c Dl GaT BURTON as RPWIDENT DENTIfcT All Work Guaranteed PHONE It12R O FioKrHagSn Block uptaaS- PRINGF1ELD f R DR J IuJlUtD i 1A PkJb1o1EI and sargoong Q Office hours 8 to Qamj to2pm Offices over sDjibgstoi J WFGRIGSBY 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office oter Peoples Hank SPRINGFiELD KY v DHW HYATT Office over Red Cross Drug hoursH1att1030ji r J Me WILLIAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY Depositions a Specialty JOHN Y WAVES Wmi oititCTOR ANn U ENSED EMBALMER 4DAY TELEPHONE NIGHT 74 SfRINGFIELD ii- DR IF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber 1fr P ntal work at reasonable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY Knob GreeK i Stock Farm Red Light No 2272 by lightfoot BrummeH 1624 he by Beau Brummell First dash Daisy Glenn 761 he by Dr s IRedL100 smooth an pimple He has been shown every b year of his lileexcept two Been shown in harness rings fivegaited saddle rings three gaited saddle rings and in 4dounle team rings and has beena good winner in all named classes lisa de feated a great many of the best t tall ions Mares and Geldings in Kentucky and Tennessee Such good horses as Marvel King Undulatta King Star McDonald Gov Beckhamand tdo niany to mention lie is a champion among championS and he is breeding very much altar himself His colts are in heriting those great doing qualities of his also about twothirds of those have his color He will hold his court at Knob Creek Stock Farm L rue Co Ky att2 for a living colt Mares kept on pasture at 2 per month fed grain if 1jI EARLY-ii A handsome black Stallion 16 hands high a high styled fine shaped fellow with plenty of actionadd as good bone r andfoit as you would want He has proven himself a great breeder He will make the season of 1912 at myIl stableaat tne Stonewall tock Farm 3i miles Nortb of Sprioglield on the Springfield and Bloomfield pike at 10 To Insure a Living Xolt EARLY Is lay Joel 4t1he by Monte Cristo 58 he by Montrose 106 Earlys first dam Babe by Prophet second dam Lady Brooks hy DolnGradger third dam Betde by Sam BodKer Early tbebestroad horse in the t county Ajt same time and place BJ4QEMNP regIistered will make the season at 10 for a Mare and 8 for Horse Mule to Insure Living con Lien retained on all colas to secure service fee Money due when mare is Plirtee with or bred to oherstock All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible Should any occur YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED r ABEItiNDLEY oXmer and Cheese Good butter has no strong odor It 1aof in even golden yellow and has a fine grain If sUck If has not been properly handled It should never be marbled in appearance If there Is too great proportion of moisture present the batter breaks easily In this case the purchaser pays for tbP water Cheese should be of good color de pending on the Variety and of flue grain The cheese with large air tells 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 F ir Sparks From Telephone It la possible to ignite br sparks from a telephone Hence in all Qer man as works the telephone bells are rdwnh wire gauze Ii I TOWN WWifiiWWWWiWriWJ iW Local Happenings of Interes The Freshest and Latest J All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances J MM 9 lI jI Ice Oream Freezers and Water Coolers at Barber Pettus New wbite duck ratine and pique bats in at Mrs Wi11mms FOR SALiRhbde Islandl Red eggs 50cents per setting MrsJ W Tucker Whie Guinea esgs for sale 50 cents per setting L A Barber All millinery flowers shapes ribbonseOOa halfprice Mrs Williams Indian Runner Duck Eggs 503 per setting of 12 pure white Tepg strain Miss Lida Grundy The oldtriedandi tested Per fection Coall Oil Stoves at Bar berPeltus Stylish dress skJrts in black gray and tan at half pricetMrs Williams Mr andMrs Irvin Adams are rejoicing over the arrival of a son on the 11th inst FOR SAIE One registered yearhng Hereford Bull Also sow and 10 p gs 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 refrigrators and ice boxes Will save money and get what you youI A big Stock of refrigrators and ice boxes on display at Leach man Campbells 650 to 3500 Buy now w bile you have a big stodirto select from- STRAYE1On my farm near town 5 shotes weighing about 80 pounds have beer on my place for a long time Owner may have same by paying for keep and fpr this advertisement John F Bimms Kentuckians at Fort Wortn Texas have organized a club to be knpjvnas the Kentucky Club There are one hundred and twentyfive members in the club which recently bold its nrfc meeting Mrs Fred Manget for merly qthis place was elected VicePresident Mr S M Campbell who has been on the corner in the News Leader building has moved from iha place and the room is un ddrgoing repairs preparaory tons occupancy by the new res taurant which will be conducted BeneIdetti Mr Reborn attorney of thej Auditors Agent has been in town for several days past in vestigating the records of ihe County Clerks office to find whether and property had been omitted from taxiation in the county and as are ult quite a large number of people in the county have received notices as xesIMany of the claims were found TOPI08ii rrDR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Sbaders grocery Phone 284R Hours 8 to 12 1 to 4 ito have been on land notes which had been paid but the liens in the deeds for the security for same had not beeri released When this state of facts appeared the claims were promptly dis missed Many cases also result ed where notes had been trans ferred without making the transfer on the record Where this state of facts appeared the cases were abandoned and pro ceedings taken against the hold er of the note who iit frequently appears bad assessed it at full value in which case the case is abandoned However in many cases we understand there will be suit instituted in the County Court Marriage license was issued the pat week to James Montgomery and Miss Mary Johnson Mrs China Hall died Saturday near Pen wick of a complication of diseases Burial took place SUl1ayin the family cemetery at her fiome The Knights of Maccabees will have Decoration exercises at Mt Zion next Sunday morning ut 11 oclock and at Willis burg in the afternoon of the same day at 2 oclock Severe Fall While walking on the streets of Louisville last Sunday Mrs Mary A Noe of this place had the misfortune to receive a fall from which she sustained several severe bruises She was cros ing a railroad track and stepping on a rail her foot turned caus ing the fall No bones were broken and it is thought that she will be able to get out in a shCrt time Medical Society Meeting Tlae Washington County Med ical Society met at the cfourt house yesterday afternoon Those prevent were Urs J Hun ter Peake of Lauisville McClure of Bardstown and Drs M W Hyatt W W Ray A Y Batchett W T Barrett J C Mudd J N Shehan W E Grume and JH Hopper Dwelling Burns On list Friday the dwelling house of Mr Garland Hamilton about four miles from town on tqfi St Rose and Lebanon Turn pike and known as the Matt Mock place was discovered on fire Whpn first discovered by Mr Hawiltoathere was a small the roof but theblaze on weather being very dryit took it but a short time to spread over the whole house So rapidly did the flames advance that none lor the contents of the house were saved i iSale 117 TOWN 17LUliJ I d I I Saturday June 222 1 AT 2OCLOCK PM 19121 We will offer a public auction some or the High School Court Springtields new addition I We will Prizes give away one Given free lot to the AwayIIto bedrawntor And to the one priced lot we will make him a present who buys the most lots will also TERMS Onethird January 1st 1913 remainder in 6 and 12 months with nterest from date I These SSUTTON-S Lots will he Sold No ByBidding 1I I M Campbellf Auctioneer II- J 4 U T JLiilp 11i i4TST 1 Everythingi in pUlinery going at III cost nows the time to f I get a hit at your ow a price WATHEN SHADER Public DrinKing Cup Tj Be it enacted by the Gene al Assembly of the C6mmonwea of Kentucky The use of the common drink ing cup on railroad trains and in railroad stations pubic oI tels boarding houses rest ranMi or steamships in storesaI or other publicly places in Kentucky freqUeted prohibited No poration in charge of the ate saidp aces and up persobbr corporation shall permit on 4tid railroad train ia railroad sta tions public hotels boa d ngI houses restau rants steambo4ts stores or any publicly fieque it ed place in Kentucky the uoft- he drinking cup in comm n There must also be posted m a conspicuous place by the iijjdi vidual or cjrporaiion by he diiinking water contained in uy ot the places mentioned in ft re going paragraph a warning cardboard with the above pf ut ed thereon in large letters so they can be easily read Any person or coiporation violating the provisions of this act si all upon conviction be fined in ny sum not less than one dollar ndI not more than ten dolldrs md each days violation of auI of the provi ieJIJ of this act s all be cousidercd a separate uffe ise punishable by tine in the ami unt teamed above All laws inconsistent witn his act Are hereby repealed Approved by Gevernor Mi rch 13 1912 DawsonTaylor I Mr Clifton Taylor aud ijliss Dawson wore married yeste dayis at high noon in Bloomfield Jihe jal MartinSnultz Mr Harry Shultz and list Frarcis Martin were qd etly married in thb parlor of t aes dunce of Rev R E C Laieon m last Saturday evening The wedding came somewhat is iii surprise as The young pjepplej had apprised only a few of heirJ most intimate friends that theI ceThejbrideMrs Frank Mar tiff and is a very popular and attractive y ung lady with a large circ i of friends while the groom i one of Springfields business y mug men who stand high with everybody Their many fr eodsI wish them much happiness Circuit Court Circuit Court has adjo med over until next Saturday when the final orders of adjouri ment will be made There wa not much for the jury to do last week and they were kept session only a lew days The most of the time was consumed i rtry ingout the indictments for gam sing in which the commonw ialths witness was Will Hooper who had indicted a large nuw er of persons who he swore were gaming The most of the cases however resulted in verdi ts of not guilty The grand jury meiNipnday and adjourned Oi ur until atur day when it wil tinally atjourn t Commencement St Cdtuarines corawej cement exercises were well atlen ed last Tuesday as we Id3Ilast tsinday when a rehears il was hild in 1St tUiaiined hall All ale exercises of ilr commencement were very entertaining tl rough out Many music selectio is were rendered by studpnts of the in stitution in a manner wor by of the best conservatories 0 music The Alumnae Baoqet too i place immediately following tn commencement where old pi pils of the institution renewed ol I schoOl friendships A delightJi ban quet was served and mai y pleas lug tpass responded to j1At the cpnclustou of the pros am di plomas were conferre on sil young ladipsJ Children U ryFOR FLETCHER O A S T O R I IA PERSONAL Messrs W D Claybrooke and JohnA Polm were in Lou isville yesterday Judge 1 El Thurman is hold ing conrt this week in Elizabeth town v Mrs Jas Uhes bier of Ft Scott Kansas is the guest of her mother Mrs Molhe Mayes Miss Rodman Thurman is hoctlefrom school at ShelbvvIlle Rev C C Williams D D andwife of Hope Ark are visiting Mrs Williams sister Mrs It E C Lawson of this city Mr W C McChprd was in Bardstown Tuesday Mrs NoW Buzoy Sr and graoddughter Elizabefh of Philadelphia Peen are the guests of Mrs LB Thurman Mrs and Mrs J A Johnson and wife of Louisville attended the St Catharines commence meat Tuesday Dr T H Limpton and wife uf Louisville are here this week Mrs John Canter and childI ren of Lebanon are visiting her sster Mir Lou Borders Dr Parker and wife of Cor bin aro the guests of Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson Miss Louise Haydon left Mon day for Memphis where she will visit friends and attend the com mencement exercises at her alma PaterI Mr ami Mrs C H Mclntire and f imify will leave this weekI for Dawsen Spring Mrs Virgill Cochran of Ind is the guest of her mother Mrs Teresa Graves A RetrospectI Editor News Leader After 27 years in Sunny Kan sas 1 am again enjoying Jhe kind hospitality of relatives and friends in my old Kentucky home Among the many are lA Thompson brother R A McElroy Anthony McElroy Ww McElroy Billyand Henry Waters Marshal Grace Ben Hay don J W Lewis Dora Nally and many others All have grown old in years and their gray hairs like my own are reminders uf the fleeting time gone forever- Through the kindness of my old friend Win Mudd J was able to visit Lebanon on May 30 and assist in the decoration services of old comrades in the beautiful National cemetery Among the old comrades of the 10th Ky and others that I have met art M V Crouch Joe Janes Perry demons John J3arr Maj Jim Wharton Maj L M L rye Past Dept Com G A It Bradfordsville and many others that I would like to men tieD but it would make ibis too long for publication- An old friend took mo from Lebanon to the anc ent town of Beantown Tuis Wih a ridd over the beautiful LuLls and yalleys of old Marion county a place long to be remembered as I wooed and marl ied my dear departed wife there Relatives of hers greeted me wttn an open hand and warm heart l would like to mention one and all of them but tears that fill ray eyes forbid It is unnecessary to say that I was fumpluously entertuined by one and al They are the same hospitable Kentuckians ot 27 years ago The Beans and neighbors Maltibglvs principally are the inhabitants of Beantown I had the pleasure of visitingJBurks pring distillery or Happy Hol low so named by the natives but pnly a smell is to be rem bored ot the fragrance of 10000 or more bar els of Kentuckys famous product In the rounds on Sunday after noon June 9th I visited my sister Sts er Vincent Ferrer at St Catherines fbisis a lovelyl plac that the good Siteis have and I an sure the people of Washington county are proud of A HOMtf N iI J 1if I 1 i I IILive StockS Farm Machinery4i + I Household arid Kitchen Furniture lavlDg decided to move to Birmingham Ala where I will mike ray fulure home Isell to the highest and best bidder on my farm 1 12 miles East Springfield i flY Tuesday June 2519121i i Beginning at IO Oclock aim it The following personal property v Live Stock Lyearling mulesI8 good Brood Mares hr foalall 2 extra good driving Mares not afraid of automobiles or anything else 3 yearling Red Bird Mare Cults c 3yeurold Red Bird Gelding 1 SXenr old Gel ingii 4 milk Co s and 5 Calves I Jersey Heifer due lo ralve in October 50 head of Ewes and L win and 2 budks 2 Sows andx8 pigs 1 month old 5 bite Sows npw ready t frrow b5 Shoats weigh 60 to 7 pounds i serviqexIcropI i 50 thoroughbreJ Birred R dk Hens 5 RoD ters and 5 hens with soVng chicks Turkey Hen ard 16 Youn Turkey Gobler and Hen 4 gal tze4rcuPB 11 rock I i rubber set Quar Oak piece iOak Chase 5 in High Street and These are now by Tenants who pky 12o pet week A good you These will be for 13 cash dr goo note due I and years at ffl Cah 6 time with iW terest is ur i to i are t E t t FOR JENKINS Disaster Followed Hfi Unwise At tempt to Bar Women From Their Place Deacon Jenkins to the accident of mighty nigh trees In to death and hers bow Hed done swore a solemn oath bout a yard long that the suffragettln wo men shouldnt hold a mceUn In his bouse anVhe peared to be in his right mind whilst he aswearln an ho fastened the winders and red the door an sot down velbpments didnt have to wait long Herd come the suftragettln brigade led by his good lady two dozen strong and flndln the house locked agin eni they imashed the windows and proceeded to bust the door in In which they was quite successful but there was no sign o the deacon when they entered though one o them said she seen the remains of two legs goln up the chlrrf ney The meetln was called to order an adjourn tilt 12 oclock that night when the deac n hdllered down the chimney to his good lady to git a ladder so that he could cOme down from the roof an thaw himself v He didnt have no coat ht up but when he come down he had on Il purty thick pviarcoat ot Icicles but at this writln ea thaw In most Adams Qa Enterprise Call the City Whatever particular you love area If It be nature you can find It somewhere In the town and Ifjotr do pot love In particular you a poor creature whom noth Ing but the cIty can comttrt Charles M ulfori Robinson j 1 ti J Bardstown FarmingJmnpThmentsD 2horse wagons hog box d IiChampion mower Hay rake ldisq harrow 1 manure spreader tobacco setter Iol tobacco bed burner cultivators iigood frame mud scraper iotertat in iWhedert ra p etc good arid harness roeand harness cart good lird trap Engine arid Cutting Box Household KitchenFarDitiirfc 5pMce Furniture p ece Walnut FurnIture Walnut Furniture 4pietfe Quarter Oak Pdrior SPt Quai Dinibg Set and 12 inev Book Case sections Leather Davenport Refrigerator carpet rng etc g od ge atme hoes lauk 4 11 Kitchen OabiLet Beating Sove baby he and gtc dWill also offer jSmall Houses Springfield Two rjn in Thnrmahtowh houses occupied houses bold personal lDrstmenior in Luitcil seeve Promptly 30 Hoeh1d Furniture ilbtSOld beroretuct TERMS 2O andunder Over 2An months Noth X INof 1Everything ii W D CLAYBRiQOKE txW r D AKKbbI- tlB time to filly coal house Aye handle only ebestgradof I JELLICO COAL ifand deliver 80 lbs the bushel Get our imce before buy We buy and sell I1you Feed and Seeds of all KlldsII I Our prices Right Your tPatronage Solicited II 1B D LAKEI CO JP- HOrI iS6 L SPRINGFIELD KY eiiiI LESSON DEACON Meeting happened comln recentJy was dOUbebarj He didnt oh when crawled satisfactory of thlnir anything aro T1T2 Binder 2horse Gasoline Chairs Sectiona 11 buggy KeliaWand Cofflelidlls1Ye1 l phoneSrrfcfe Is cessary to conduct successfully business enterprise The Cubet Ian Telephone and Telegranh Company gives you universal serv1ceiaC- is cal connections with all citizens jnjyour fAWn and Long Pistonc con nee ions to all outside important citiesnand towns You get exoctIyw1s- you pay for Call our Manager for further in jrormatlon The deatedta not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phb jeservicej CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated r == vvv vivn wtwAV w flfl4J ILI fr IN1 TIC ITlBlfJlt i iiBardstpwn Jet Springfield w 2 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 a e 1 phaeton buckboard 1 1 1 1 new l L 4 set t f 1 3 set 1 1 y r 1 tar 8 1 4 etc 3 1 2 A A n a a e i J South Bound North Bound No41 No4 No 91 No42 No44No 10 s tinily DaIiy Sun Daily Daily SQn Er Sun Ex un DnIy Ex Sun Es Sun oy 431 pm 75 amUlO pm 20 sin 590 pus a 522 920 702 730 4l S40 606 1025 l46 45 300 755 655 i205 835 600 130 710 Ar Ar Ar Lye Lye Lv tt r Toko equal parts ot cold boned re talc s and raw ones Peel nnd grate the raw and squeeze out through clot noV grate the boiled pbtatoei and mix with the raw add salt jehotgh to form lnbaUsbave flourjj llttUiiiquiires of bread roWn Jbutter take two hfeapins ot potatoes and put two or three Bquiire of Lead In center owcform in balI with hands drop In bdlllng naltfed water and boll fifteen minutes Ooop with aSyTtlnd ot gravy and meat I r i Ii Macrame ass e tbs II imsrt and priioteM t uJki- 1wsn It thu vi- effectf parpesa wksi rei u a brilliut color Os i tie aat rctl7macrame ta i 1w ptoceett1dHLifMlIY turbas leE1s o satIn athws Is jaM II- it 4aI4i the thte r t N LSi 1r r T Fii T J w 11v J t MJflr 1ittbTViVV JjBCipune pj ut M 1tB IeM thJe rtfafternoo1 wk4 k Mfir r i i Marly from the gaol Tfrim he a61kor it sue asJ MHt4 that eke was pretty well worn out MM wks a k dteceyered that she tiMHtCI a t ftI the lapel ot his cost tH itet that she should take aa afteboeIl of Ty1r w oi oat taking care ofI taat tjrpuaciter he aklv Now you Iigt fret along to the matinee br any wkM rwi Ml like going and Ill ati tiM to thi jefliiprlBK He needs a IHtte attain tasclpllae anywatI Mrs Haimod demurred on the grotI that lie dnt want Hammond to dotetkUk Saturday afternoon to Uklr care oTtUe baby but Ham moM was determined and eventually bad kte way Youre the dearest thing that ever 11JDurmured his wife as she k11 him roodby But Im afraid yiuTVfc sorry Baby is soso efferves test I1ltt acPlfecU Hammpndi Then ke nailed IB a superior way WM ke returned to the llvlngrppm Haswpnd f und his son who was p MatM oa a BEiall stool and looking quits 1JBposlbIy virtuous gravely con ttmiktUac the landscape from the frost window The situation appeared easy if Hammond sat down on the chair xearest the Infant and pulled out pipeWk a BEiok old man T he inquired jocu larly Olfek replied the baby approv ingly TMffli kefaqutaned Off his stoot amd west Istood by his fathers we I Ratter a good stunt having the 4feIal element take itself oil occa 8lGRily heyT Hammond Inquired pkuiustly as he pushed the tobacco dowHuitp his pipe tfitlrhs little fin ger Jte laid the pipe on the arm Pt the eMir rbse and crossed over tote mantel to get a match SalcltheblibYlnamurjlIN HaiBmond turnedln time to see him cramlig as much of the pipes atom- dowIh1a throat as he could cpnvenl entlylHBert there However as taUIll leaped toward him he hisJ chuckle removed the pipe from his moutk dexjjeronsly shook the conjl tenth mt of his own clean little Bism tl en threw the pipe upon the kearUi The sound made by the am her JDPUthpIece as It broke against the tlte caused baby to become fairly delirious with joy Squealing like an 0ecstatic pIG Ji ran ron the living room back into the dining room Hammond set hIS lips firmly UNowI he said to himself Is the time to teach him the rudiments of being a lawabiding citizen- HVfollpwed hlt baby into the din tag room where lie was sitting under the table Hammond stooped down glm1scteutgl SOIl merely hitched hlmselr farther orec toward tke btheslde of the ta bl aMIg his head delightedly He the jan arouad e room three times d stiMMlr atfidiiiff thV fathers out iretiMI haMeyeey Urns he passe- dthaaudily4topped and threw his arms around hJs fathers knees shout lag syously- Hiirimond disengaged hlmseul and taklir hiS son hy the hand led him baclCf1l the living room Pick up that pipe young man said hammond sternly The baby blinked at him and the corners of his lips curled upward I mean It In slated Hammond The baby respond ed with bis familiar chuckle and capered cheerfully Very r well said Hammond In tone of flnallrr He led his son out into itke hall Now wllypu go back and pick up the pipe he Inquired or Srttl you go Into Uv lavatory and atajrf rUle rest of the afternoon For answer the baby divedinto the lavatory and plunged headlong Into a pile of pleasantly jpiumjp pillows that had been left on the floor to get the susui finding this quito soul Satisfy lag he pr fently righted himself and beamed uponhlsprpgenitpr- Tptill stay here asked Hammond Very well You can come out when your ready to mind daddy Tke baby merely projected himself oace mor Into the mass of feathers Thereupen Hammond slut the door aad went back to tile living room Threetqartefa Offifl 1pur later he T- Oturaed and led his son forth to the scene of battle Now he said assuming a frown that should have sent terror to the In faatlle heart pick up that pipe The small boy J3Pked up Into his fathers face and the smile faded from kja own plump countenance He dropped his fathers ia dandgot down slowly upon his knees Onco more her glanced up at his father Sec putoutJitlatru gled tp hisIeet and with re I markably good aim planted the pipe upoi 4ds Jather8 solar plexus Then ahPHtlHgln mirth he fled Chelce Locations The advertising man has his troubles seuyi AaeThowr EveijbPdy wants space next to puriubaseball matter r I SOME SCOTCH RECIPES aNY 3HL Nf 83HSia SlIMOAVd U OFTHETHTLEtLI roths and Soups Seem to Be Espe cIaIIFavoredFpr Stewed Ox tallJust How to Brander a Steak The following recipes come from a Scotch housewife who says they favorites in the land of the areI hat own family having used them for many years Scotch housewives tspecial pride in ttho preparation keI wholesome broths and soups one leekle1Anmiddle aged may be used but iIf one mayIfour1qbartppounds of pleat eight or nine leeks and pepper and salt to largeI Wash the leeks thoroughly and If are old Scald them for a few minutes In boiling water Take oft the roots and part ot the heads and cut them Into pieces Pf about an Inch in lengtli Put the meat and half of the leeks Into sImmerIremaining leeks and boll them for three or eVen jouc hours Skim care fully and season to taste with salt and pepper For stewed oxtail cut the tall at the joints discarding one on two pieces at the extreme points Put them into a fitewpan with jtstenough water to cover them When the water begins tto bon remove the scum on top and add a sliced onion and twp carrots After coverIng ret the meat simmer gently for two and a half hours Melt an ounce pf butter In a little pan stir Iin gently half an ounce of flour and some of the strained liquid from the meat Allow this tp boil for five or ten minutes Add a tablespoonful of catsup and a little lemon Juice After browning It slightly pourthCsauce over the tails which should be arranged with the vegetables pn a dish Serve at once ro broil or In Scotch parlance to brander a steak In Scotch style have tho brander pr gridiron very hot and the fire clear and bright A little salt sprinkled over the fire will keep down the flame When the bran pIeceoffrom sUcking Cut the skin that lies along the edge of the steak In several places and flatten slightly with a roll lng 1nLny on the gridiron and turn It every half minute wIth steaK tongs With a double gridiron It Is pf course unnecessary to use the tongs but in shifting the meat about while on the gridiron steak tongs are useful and not as familiar as they should be among American housewives who too often use a fork for the purnbse A fork should never be put Into the meat while it is cooking Have ready a very hot dish and when the steak has been turned for ten minutes lift It up and slip it pn the hot dish Put on a cover and set it Into a Dutch oven Let It stand for ten minutes Lacking a Dutch oven the American heuse wlfe will have to content herself with her uptodate gas range The steak Is then lifted on to the hot gridiron n1oreIlightly with butter Americans aa they like their steaks rare will select very thick steak if they desire to cook It in Scotch style l t SHE BLAMES SPIRIT WIFE Mrs William Phelps Dodge Divorcee Husband Because Uncanny in fluence Ruled Him The uncanny Influence ot a spirit wife Is said to have been responsible for the dIvorce action which Mrs Vii lIam Phelps Dodge has mat won against her millionaire husband The decree which was signed In Philadelphia wpufd have been grant ed several weeks ago it is under stood but the judge wanted to make a longer Investigation of the unusual charges brought by the girl wire ot the widely known author and lawyer According to the papersIn the case Mr Dodge who Is fprtyelght years old met his young bride here at Sher rys ontelectlon night 1909 and after an impetuous wooing married her in London on January 10 1910IPrIor to that time she and her sister had been In the chorus of Ha vana a musical comedy playing at the Casino Despite the difference In their ages the bride was only eighteen the couple lived happily for a couple or months after the wedding Then Mrs Dodge charges that tho spirit of Mr Dodges first wife Ethel appeared fore him and began to pick on her Mrs Dodge said that when ever she wore a jewel a venor any thing that the first Mrs Dodge had possessed the latters spirit would appear before her husband and demand that he have It removed at once And according to the girlwife the spiritwife was always obeyed 1ThIs treatmentgot on the nerves or be youthful Mrs Dodge finally and the packed up and returned to thla country leaving Mr Dodge In London Jmmedlately on her arrival here she applied for the divorce through her mother as guardian and charged that cruel barbarous and Inhuman treat meat had been inflicted upon her by her husbandrNew York Evening Mall Out of Place all those contortions Oh I had an Idea for a poem IIWhy do youwant to put an Idea into fpr Ixmlsvllle CpurlerJeur naL == Wond rfu7piEes Reported m QeffngnyvT- b yes of simple herbs ni rcracdies instead of the more concentrated end reJ ierom inorganic substances has been revived very widely of late Ia 3ra ayfH MY school of physicians has arisen which throws out almost a Vrkwfo el t rjBacopti pad relies on on adaptation of the method of wjld HMb UcwW themselves N Y World 1fHi + Tk L V fierce chief consulting physician to the Invalids Hctel and SwiMaQMtitate of fiitlo N Yvho first advocated the extended use of some r Miraadve Teot iechci Golden seal and Orsgon grape root mandrake u14 isss tblack cherryberk These arc the chief ingredients in Doctor P cs a Geldea Medical Dscovcry which has been co well and favorably known for pearly half a century A harmless cleanser and N stomach tonic that stature has provided J Dotzn MA1IlEIWsof Osslning N Y srsft I sut V Scrod tot over fivoycars vrltln what the doctors told mo was dilated condition eftiic tomch1Bsoclattl with a coCa rhal condition Of wimtf and iK5rcp ff heart I hod tried f enough llux bIsmuth gontlan rhubarb etc to float a ship J and naturally thought there was fio euro for mo but after qualItieseofthHnrOO1 Discovery 19avelt- alalr trial Took th IIiicovcry and also the Pleasant Pellet and can truthfully say I am tooling better now pnntthlswtlmonlalI will ptit hint wi w e lct allaround medicine in tha pJlsderWe country today If cktI Material SELFFEEDER Entering SHEEP Into C MANGERI Can be Found on Imos Any FarmDevIce Hardy This manger for feeding sheep Isi but another application of tIe self feeder principle to a sheep manger When the grain is not fed In the manger It serves about every purpose says a writer in the Breeders Gazette The material thatenters into Its con struction can be found on almpst every farm and for that reason Its cost of construction Is vey lowTwo byfours and oneInch boards are all that are needed The demands are A SelfFeeding Sheep Manger very different from th9e of the ordinary type that require Jew material to properly construct them These mangers have no bottoms and for Ihbt reason are light and easy to handle They are of fairly large ca pacity and for that reason are very handy for the man with but few sheep and for the man who sometimes wishes to keep a little hay before his sheep while the pasture is short They can be put in corners and out of the way In a manner that cannot be done with the ordinary type When throw hy dcu om lie inV L2Y art mucl caller to hit ibiia to coamor MrJ zts iiiey are jlnr vMsi t the top In length wo rutly make them about eight feet we havd more boards of that engh around than of any other The dimensions are Corner posts 2x4 inches cut on a slant bottom cut 18 Inches long and top cut 27 Inches long open space 9 inches wide total width 42 Inches total height 54 inches total length 8 feet INDIVIDUAL HOUSE FOR HOGS 11Improved Shelter for Swine Should be Built as Closely as p Good Dimensions sslblcIIFor twenty years the A dividual house has been In use We were well satisfied with them until we saw a neighbor using something that we liked better Then we were anxious for some of the old ones to go to pieces so we could build a few of the new style to give them a trial Recently we built three and liked toIoldstylediwill In building the new ones The most satisfactory dimensions are as follows Six feet rquare two and onehalf feet high at the back and five and onehalf feet at front The front always to the south The creep door 18 Inches wide and two feet high cut in east end six Inches from the southeast corner The larger door 18 Inches wide and four and onehalf feet high cut In south side at east Qorner Should be built of the best matched lumber battened or tongued and grooved of best quality It metal Is used for the roof It should be laid over paper or felt of some kind to Improved Hog House prevent moisture forming on the un der side of the roof which keeps the wetj be built as close as pos sible The only ventilation and sun shine needed can be had at the doors When the weather Is too cold for sate farrowing a lantern can be hung la rafter on the high side with a short 1h rdle across the doors There Is no need of crawrflshlng to get away from an angry sowJohq M Jamison In American Swineherd Bestiewes A few years hence you will bo able to give your boy a nice little flock of ewes in the meanwhile rais ing your own rams selling the surplus to your neighbors doing a little missionary work and they cost no more to justhOrigin of Mausoleum diedISculptor and artists from every known land were put to work and npjI jjxpense was spared and for years the work was pursued though it was hisiIncident that there arose the word mausoleum which means a stately tombS Friend1jSwltzer and the other day a curIous sale 1took place With heron consent a tojll1t if the Swiss couple The price asked Iy the affectionate husband was four dolfars To further legalize the bargnln the Italian procuredJtwo wit- nessest to the transaIon ani lad a contract written on stamped govern ment papeii I e j Worlds Finest Natural ridgeI Only 25 white men It Is ttald havt Us ret beheld the most remarkable natural bridge In the worlds the Rain boy Bridge of southern iflhdom pared With which the famolis natural bridge pf Virginia is almost Insignifi cant The Rainbow bridge 309 feet high and has a span of 2f8 jieet The Vhgfnla bridge has a spau f only 45 feet and 18200 feet high fhe Rain bow bridge arch exceeds the length Pf the Ipngest masonry arfih In the world by 65 feet Narrowly Escaped th A London Eng milk carrier whp was wheeling his barrow iilong the streets at an early hour o recent morning bad a mlraculoti s escape from death A Vhlch was fat exceeding motorcarjj lit came j suddenly upon a In the back turned the barrow erand etching him tip arrtedon the axle under the bonnet for i distance of 700 yards The man sustained broken ribs and povere Juts and bruises Cure for Take six large pneumonlt t fine and put hi a then add the same quanti y of rye meal and vinegar enough make a thick paste Stir thprouglj y and let simmer for about ten mlmji es Then put In a largo cotton bag an apply to the chest as hot aB can be orno In ten minutes apply another By re heating the poultices continue for a few hours The patient wjl be much improved Three or tour applicatlpns are sufficient f At the mixedCarelessIof arson was keper whose premises are ituated In Woosung road After evience hadj been adduced the accused was dls charged says the North C Ina Dally Nowa His assistant whp was also before the court received lix weeks Imprisonment for carelessness In con nectlcn with the outbreak1i Met Death in Strange Fashion I A curious fatal aecidentjpccurred the other day in northern France at Doual An engineer wosa trying a new motor on the biplane io the shed belonging to M MoineauxJ the avla tor His muffler caught time pro peller and wound around the shaft dragging the unfortunate r an within reach of the blades He wia scalped and his skull fractured Gag for Noisy Geepts Time geese which play an important role in a certain opera recently pre iented in Milan Italy hay been so noisy of late during rehears drown ing voices of the sing rs that a veterinary surgeon was cor suited the other day and hd overcamj the dim culty by inserting in the bll of each goose a chloroformed plug causing temporary paralysis of the vocal chords Just before the rising of the curtain Exigencies of Art When Richard Mansflel was rehearsing the minuet scene in Beau Brummel the end of the music left him with one foot suspended IE mid air Poised on the other SOot the ac tor burst Into explosive anger demanding In no uncertain tone of voice Give me a chord to put my foot down on The musicians jumped to their instruments and to a grand blare Mr Mansfield planted his foot tin the stage The Woman Who Acts Naturally Women who are not anlous about the effect they produce omen who act naturally have a wand rful Advantage over the selfcons ousthose who are either vain or th Ir beauty or dissatisfied on accpunt 0 their lack of Il All this takes awn from their natural charm their ut erstandlng their sympathy Many p pje expend so much sympathy on themselves that they have none to sare for anyone else Agee of the Eatth A French Scientipt infcims us that the earth may be 70TO 000 years jld although other scientists have sever dared to estimate he age of jur planet at m6re thai 100000000 ears We would becorn V vitally In erested In this matter Ifl It were tot or the fact that It would be Juri as bard as ever to stay In th earth even If we were to establish Kroof of the orrectness of the French lentlsts es timate Fortune From Wat cress Mrs James Is said to ye amassed a fortune of 400000 by lUng water cress at Covent Garden tarkct Lon don Mrs Jams haseen ucillng waterrrcsi tvor since al e was fio- jlii5 oiU bfegiuiilnK wlti two small boBketfjIs Herd work the secret of slicccsSj Mrs James eclares stand out in the open cyj ry morning from three oclock till after that I have to look fresh cut watercress which my larm by every passenger tltlandStudy your customers neYe them give them tho you must succeed Mrs has a handsome house In Londp a house In the country a watcrcresi farm and keeps a motor launchj Elaborate APoI9t What do you mean b waving that red flag and stopping jtho tralar asKed the Irate engneer You wronglis replied Meandering Mike We was holdln ft little meet In What you saw wasjjde new an archist version of de Ch utauqua sa Iuto Uvefd Wisely and jVcl I Felix Schwelghofer lie German comedian who died recently left an estate valued at 100000 marks and commenting on the extra rdhsary fact one of his biographers sajji He was a model citizen as will aYa great ao tor As a citizen he wol content to be one of the great majority and had no ambition to be one ot the grand class He was thrifty l it his purse was never closed agalns the needy and what he did for tb4 n was done In secrecy He was no like ninny IcIThey ye splen I tier and In the glory wht h they purchase They enjcy their lives not so thoroughly as did Schw ghofer but what remains when their curtain has descended is not often imilllonN 1 t Uft1if The Kidneys ftre a IWeakened by OYKWorfc Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for much sickness lUldsuff mug kidueyIJ suits are most likely to follow Your other organs may need tentionf but your kid neys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when yourkidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly ycur eu tire body is affected and how every orgai seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin taking Ue great kidney renedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of Swamp Root the great kidney aaJ1 bladder remedy is sOon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress mug cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftytent and onedol lar sizes You may = =have a smple bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling you 77impiu how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper i when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell yon something in place of SwampRootil you do you will be disappointed IRather you Unreliable refuse to believe the sworn testimony of this man asked the examining barrister That Is so replied the witness youlIHe hates to tell the truthIts absolutely for eign to his nature He and I were at the same school and he used to cry bitterly when the teacher made him repeat that two and two made four Have you any further reminis cences sir This rather sarcastical ly from the man of law Oh dear me yes Once he was ill and described lila symptoms so that the doctor prescribed for water on the knee when he was really suffering from inflamed tonsils Draining Desert Lands One of thjo curiosities of Irrigation is that it Is BomotimcB necessary to drain such lands When the lands are site ated on a comparatively level tho water from the Irrigation ditch above seeps along the line betwen the rock formation and in many cases nccumu lates In such an amount that it actual ly becomes swampy Then it has to be drained Just asia the case of tile witIin an arid country but it has been averImayrliberal use of water Instead of water lag he really drowns his crops All That Was Left A large boarding house caught fife during dinner and much confusion resulted After tho worst was over the landlady who was a philosophical soul remarked that It was a blessing that the fire had not happened at night as some life might have been lost HUle later the colored hord title mysteriously bOfwho aside and cautiously bunch of dark tangled hair Dont say notliln Miss Nora he whispered Din flah is worse dan It pears One 0 dcm ladies In de room ovah de berry done get burnt up I ben up dar to see an I found her halrLad- ies Home Journal Best Way to Rest SomeUm the best way to work Is to take a few hours of relaxation before plunging into troublesome duties It is Impossible to rest unless there aro quiet and calm In the mind and peace In ones hcirt and soul A trouble worried brain disturbs the entire physical forces making one Incapable of work or ones best ef forts There Is a great difference between the naturally lazy person and one whc knows the need of rest One cannot find pleasure In rest unless one works for otherwise theris no contrast Its like eating when one Isnt hungry Nc hurried flurried fussy woman can over be beautiful Her Reason Mrs Dloo good is Rending out cards of Invitation for a little dance Wants to entertain a few friends does she I- Yes and to snub a few more Harpers BazaroAgainst All Tradition That millionaire lsa very qurcr chap As to how Never claims he was happier whnn he was poor Always says he is happier now Gave Pet Lion to Zoo Tho Bristol Zoo has jJust been presented with a flno young lion by young sportswoman who had brought the animal up since its capture as a tiny cub In East Africa The lady bade her pet an affectionate adieu In its cage London MailS TheGrovtJe- rReddSaw you out with your wifes dog yesterday GreeneHow did you know It was my wifes dog Kedd By the growling Qrcene Hut the do didnt growl RoOdNo but you did Yonkers Statesman Reasoning Power Lacking in Apes Apes do not count further than fout and the Boors of tho Transvaal vhet they hunt those animals hide In num ber exceeding four Four depart In succession in such a manner as to be noticed by the apes who then come forth and are easily captured Japan Fosters Home Industries The Japanese are tankIng great strides in the wOolen industry and by importing the latest modern ma chinery are striving to manufacture all classes of woolen goods that flnJ market m jiVlil j EXPRESSION JH MODERN HAND1 Denotes Thoughtfulness to the Observ or as Well as Some of the Now Virtues There Is no doubt thatthe expresl slon pf the hand in higher civilized races has changed In a hundred years said an observant woman the other day quite as mtth as that of the aceThe perfect nand of the paThf ers says Richard Pryce In his novel Christopher the Hand Beautiful 6f convention lacked subtleties Now these subtleties may 1o pre elved any nightat any dinner table there Su perior Persons are gathered together handiand el1ngat one of the classical concerts and amined their hands you would hardly find one of the old blunt squarefin gered brutal typo among them Sir Henry Irving had beautiful and essen tially modern hands and he used them with extraordinary effect In his acting How often one would rook at1 hli hands instead of his taco in some treat sceneso expressive were they of his emotions In medieval times only saints and martyrs possessed the kind of a hand which you see ndwaI Ierhands She is an arrant coquette and In spite of her superfine and modern emotions Contrives to treat the hero very shabbily These modern hands thereforeI urtINEVER FIGHT WITH BURGLAR Upset a Chair and Frighten Him Away That Is the Advice of a City Policeman Dont ever hunt a burglar Mak a noise and frighten him away Upset a chair or slam a door Almpst all burglars carry revolv ers of the finest kind A pete man1 or safe blower the most dangerouJ kind of criminal usually carries an thoIquickest action Every householder should have a weapon in the house but he should never use It unless to save his life It is tho Inexperienced man whore use of the revolver makes it danger lous A professional or expert burglar will never shoot unless tp avoid cap ture safe blower will shoot ata relic n orany intruder as for them capture means a long term in prison Special Officer Edward Brophy an expert made these statements says the Pittsburgh Post It js only on the very rarest occasions that he cite be induced to talk about himself but it is a fact that he Is a crack shot with a pistol He has made a study of weapons and has a collection of them at his home rouging from little bahy hammerless revolvers to huge Win chester rifles a shot from which will move a heavy safe He has always been interested in guns and has ta ken special pains to learn about bei carry guns burglars and other criminals School Land Ship lOne of the features of their public school training which the boys of Ber lin Germany enjoy most Is the land ship on which young sailors go through a regular dally training The Iltis Is the name of the land ship which has been built and which has u crew of 120 boys The larger boys actIas officers When they are at on the land ship the boys dress ip mid dy blouses and caps There is gun practice on the land ship every day and a naval drill and all the usual work of a ship is done by tie boysi fhey have the greatest fun in climb lug the spars and hoisting the galls and life on the Iltls is so popular that there art always more applicants for the crew than there are places to bo filled Value of Good Manners The woman who amoupts to any thing these days must have goodman ners Thoro are exceptions but woman who would make friends for herself or business for her firm will have a lot easier time and be moro siicccssful If she has acquired personal charm An unfortunate manner neu Utilizes the good a woman does The capable woman need not grow slack In her work because she leads not drives because sho is soft of voice suave of tongue kindly of heart and gracious to all The reagon most ot the women are otherwise than suave Is that the turmoil of life gets the upper hand They let their nerves go and good breeding follows Honor Utterer of Epigrams The Japanese are great admirers ofI epigrams and apt phrases Their lovo of such things Is carried so far that when a guest nys something unusual ly brilliant host or hostess will beg him to wrijv down his remark largo ornamental script The sentence Is then mounted and hung on the wall as a permanent addition to Iits oman meats much as we might bang up a text or motto Naturally th9 author feelBihimselfare selected moro for their wisdom than their humor so that tae funny man is not much In evidence The Grand Old Name All Englishmen disagree as to which ofr thOrn aro gentlemen tbo problem divides the whole nation into embit genoraUY1conc cestor who robbed the country Lonldon Truth French Family qf Five Gene n t At Granvllle In France is a now represented by five Sjj On January 21 last Gebrgetto DUn born Her mother Is 18 years of 11mothermother Is 58tmid the methergpi this vlady la now lnher 70th yeari ttif EverNoUcelt Tho young woman who devotes herI thoughts to higher criticism nnd and ethical culture is tho ono who gets thoroughly i4sted At a countrY club dance while th silly fluff bralId girl with the contagious glg gr tie one who splits her waltzes into thrOe pwta t a r It IiidOn Cry for Flet hers rYon basbeeiIno slgnatre oftanti has been made under lila per sonnl fuporvLloit since its lnfnbey thisAlljr tttgooi aro butExperiments that trifle With endorser tire health of Infants and CliUarpn Eyaorioitgo against Experiment What js QASTORhl-I Castoria is n harmless srHfastituto for Castor Oi1pnyergone Drops and Soothing ByrUps It is PleoSant Ht contain neither Opium 3Iorpl ino nor other tare tlo Mi12t4 ice Its ago fji ltsgwtrnitoe It destroys Vtruifo WIndCgIicand Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho St inacii aiid BoTrrcls giving licaltby anti natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tno Slothers Friend ENUiNE CASTORSA ALWAYS Ify Bears the Signature of r2 The IM You nave Always BoughtI t In Use For Over 3D Yea e ceinrAun mcrr new cnr il irDont Suffer il ccII had been troubled a little for nearly 7 years writes Mrs L Fincher in a letter from Peavy Ala but II was + not taken down Until Mardi when I went to bed and had to have a doctor He didall he could for me but I goinG Ii better I hurt all over and 1I co ld not rest At llast I tried Cardui and soon I began tto improve Now 1 am Art very good health and able to do all my housework U ThARU Ton You nay wonder why Cardui Jsoj successful after 11oilIer remedies have failed The answer is that Cardul is successful because it is composed of scientifici Ingredients that act curaturely on the womanly system It iis a medicine for women andv fbr women only It builds strengthens and restores weak arid ailing women to health and happiness If you suffer like Mrs Fineher diti jlake Cardui Itelwill surely do for you what it did for llerAt all druggists r Write foi 4adies AdvisorrDepC Cbatlanooca Medidrfe CobiattanoogaTenn Ior Special instructions and 64paee book Home Treatment lor Women sent free J 60 3 t I t s i y YOIUWBAJOB j That will be asked you almost daflyby business amen seekingyour iieunnservices qualifytake the Dmughon Truaingand show ambition to rise More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHONS Colleges than indorsallother bust ness colleges COMBINED 48 Colleges in 18 States1 International reputation Banking TiP wrlUne Pnnuumhlp Spelling Arithmetic Letter Writing BuUcM tameFIlES an1ll3rJ branches POSt nnlr rannhl randItnn Bookkeeping Bookkeepers all over Dm11ghontsNevSrstem from 25 to 50 percent in work and worry Shorthand Practically all U S 3ffi cia court reporters write the System of teachIJ ITpRABGIIOISS FRAGTlCAlu BUSINESS COLLEGE Kathville or Memphis or Knoxville Tenil 1 or Pad icahKyoEYA1UriU Imd- r Physicians Advise undlgeMe4IoodTha latest product of science iis VELVO lAxative Uver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Veho acts on the liver as wen as on the Jul1gestfonbiliousness II A LAXATLVEj JJ LIVERE SYRUP t L jIj ents or by nnyPth r name but ratb cr what erect such a change wilt have upon the amount ofbntjfc hoeeh exacted from the hapless dlnor Will the tip increase fia the square cf tho title New YorkTribune Probably Robbers H6ard A woodcutter at Mpisson In the Forest pt Compelgner northern Brance found a box recently in thotmunkof an eli oak Opening the box h dlsco ered 100 in gold pieces On ex Rmination the coins which have been the tree trunk for ntadj a conturr Iin found to be s aluecflvtth humas blood brothers Given Surprise 3 Chlcagp John and Jerry Keatingi who have served side by side for ten years In the 27th United States In ran try learned they wen broths when Jeny menfipngd his mothers name How It Turned Out 1 told that dub he was foolish to be courting SP many gldsV How did It turn outf As you might expect Ills expenSes wore SP heavy that he got behind with his board and had to marry his landlady Is Natural ITflat SP Hiram Sharps girl Efflo has beconie a music teacher Hepzlb l1h7es wd call her Eft harp t A Ilen tNo Pleasure A barrister havIng Trearled the- motitfby a tedious plea iwas Inter rupted by adjournment and said IIshall have the pleasure of Addressing the cpurt thea on Friday yen quickly came this respopse from the chief Justice The court will hear ypu on Friday but pleasure was Qut ril the question long agoTho Green Has Was fb2 and Didnt Knowit John Wilson a naval pensioner who has died at Bexhlll Busbiix hti4iO2 lid iJ not know that he was ot con 4onarlan His true alo was only pver a after his death when hlsif aaval iervlce papers were oxaminedlI Pi4IoUily ills agO had been esU atIM from the date of his baptism at 1ofLondon Dally MaiL V Strenu fastest and palates Fifteenth century Englishmen seT dom used either milk or butter They used groat quantities pf spices how ever in their food And apparently t did not caro for the nfoe tlellcate fla vors that suit modem palates li is pointed out by a writer that storage eggs and rfcnpvated butter wouldI havo haff a ready market with them I TWP TurkeynaWng States Texas raises more titrkeys than anr pthor eatepcrhaps because turkeja requUrd plenty pf room for range anti Jjas surely can gvA them that Uttlo Rhode island however Is said to produce tho ltersest vumberpf big turkeys Bomo tit them weighing 40 pounds find worth 40 tats for every pound