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Mayes Colinty Attormey GeJ Catlettjtaitw3 S1deyIboi4rae SheriL Sam AderioSHerbert Dick lhamtt DeptIe- t y JW Jawes 1 Moore cwnt Sitrveyoc P P OBryaa 4or-yo T itche1IfDep1ItY RoWrt 1ot Tr asttrer jfraf Montfomery Coroner JW Bah fePt of CooI ekoo i PO rlaclaldi CITY COtRTft R Noe Police Judge fJaPJoka Grace jMarsha- lw F Grlfsby City Attorney fr t JUSTIC CQURT it Jtutlce Courts are eld U January AIi1 July a 40ctober f Church DIr cjtry t sMfeTHQDIBT CHURCH J KerII G W LYomcPastor- Skd 011 the irst and 1lhird SunidavB incli 19nth it 11 a m and 7O 1unI Sunday Sckool every Siindajr jitlOa f AisV WiilaaailiTPrayer eTer11 aJgld si CATHOLCICHURC I Fer P F Henneisav Pastor Set fices very Sunday at 8 and 1Q I oclock t a Services at St Rosesaae ora t t OWRCHJJ i pSByTERIA1 I ttvR1 E C Lawson Pastor rwicklBjc every Sunday at li Lxi 4at 7 pxi Sunday tcliool every ajrfaijr at iff aBjJ Prayer Ble6tlaI i r TThurtdJiy eT e1BE at 7 oclock 7 BAFTIT CHURCH vlteT Wxi Harritofl VimaM Paitor Preaching every Sunday at 1J Lxi and 74pm Sunday SChOOL every Sunday at 930 aM Prayer uleeting 2 every dT eyeniap at 745 oclock L a t JPrmtcriial Order JtASONiq LODGE Springfield lodge j otO meet first and third Monday l Iftich months Wa hbi2rtomR A Chapter No 57 Sxieets every second TuepdaTr Springfield Council fJo62 aieetson jerytourtli Monday WIGHT Of TkK MACAWtKt Meet I r f n Sj5 iittciiHio Jfi OtEYSt rJflQJANVTRRi l t4 ft Thjaj fJ1JIA1IYE NHkriIi iI 2 oW t Qa il lbi IQopi t oI dfmybdy hold eyrywk tTIIsj lOLEnIIONEYaHTAo in- vaawe tctitg- ttJ ffPSpjai Ml otily toyr fmtor A Ofmpahy DtiIoatJe For siebyRed CroseDrugBtpra r w w r T TIlE NEWS=LEADEEt1 SIS WWWj W t1RotN Of TliLIi 1 i a Pledge 1YMAD SokOk What the Mayapple or Woodland ajiemone StarPerfect as a starL f Says to the honey beej fllflflc To the suns golddo you I4sten and you may hear What the oxalls suys Into the downy ear Of the pzile moth that ways There on its heart and dr aks Or what the forest pinks Say to the dew that wInk Butterfly wings that blink G1Imrneringby They say Byin a WheJ1APrliIWise Hplding as a Singing a song of Jove 4 We as sue passed above Sprang from the notes thereo1 Filling with joy each groir Beauty and mystery f- iCTi j GLEPLa w reiiceburg and Anderson county is etting y all tangled pover local option question Jjaw rencebnl which is afourthclass city leldai election Qflth0 saloon question a shortjiime ago and the majority of tpybters declared in favor of hcensd saloons The advocate of local option however are not isatisfied and have called an election ctbrentire county including the city D of Lawrenceburg for June llth The lenuperance advopates in their zeal aria in daijger of kill inK entirely the effect of the operation of the County Unit law aj passed by the last Legis lature It wont stand much in prodding for at its best it is an ambiguous ana poorly worded thing ind it wil requir several opinions of everal Courts of Appeals to projerlkr con trueits real meaning Inj ono place ft excepts from its peration the four classes of cities pre- umab1y1f they electvtcf be ex cepted t and later on says jf a county goes dry very part of thecounty sfiall be affecjted In other words if counties like Jeff I erson or Daviess should jtake th- erotcd go dry then Thee greaj cities of Louisville and Owens bolO would have o bedrwhether they wanted the alec tion or not The sanje claim is made by the local option forces it Owensboro which also went wet at are ent electijoju Da viees county as a wh01e went ldryP and it is contended that Owensboro cannot legally allow saloonsti operate It seems to a us tQ be short sighted policy on the pait op the temperance fcrces to t thus attack the cotinty unit is Jaw under which at the recent local option elections jgjmost of which have been temperance nctoneshave been he d There might be driger of knocking outlthe whole business j lot XXICENSESSome i of ehaud the taxpayergjof the town who are r quired to pay a stecial license tax for doing business in the town of Springfield aria finding themselves confronted with aI possibility of paying e tra costs for failure to step up land payI their licenses when thetlmearr- ivd Under the now town laws and regulations e zery tax payer is required to ca on the City Treasurer and pay his license tax without any special notice Nearly a II license taxes are due the fofrm ion April 3d and anotice to that effect was publishedl and the taxpayers given ten days in which to make fgracelexpIred deiquent tax warrants were is sued against many who had oecnslow abo coming forward The good citizens of Springfield are all right and are good to pay up all debts but hev have beers so spoiled by be ng iudul gedld waited on lby tixcollect orsin tht pastttbt it will some time for the m to get 1tothe new r gine tl A b fgx with six wheels is III itelatefcti John Lily Barber has them Big Slander Suit Dismissed JAi r i The damage suit of Eey Hogartv against j4t J H Kearns for slarnder has been dis missed in hejCiicuit court 1Y t consent of both parties rMrt Kearns iliad filed and mkde a record a Written disckmer in the following words r J H Kuarns rsincereJy regret hat anything I have said at any time or pJilcVshould have construed as ao accusation against the Rev J A pbgarty of attempting to bribed voter QrE to purchHse a vote ori of his Inj having any connection with snuh an attetnpt I disavoW any in tent o1 of making such an accii satiqn vin anything I tnav have said Any imputation Qonnec tmg RevJ A Hogarty with a supposed attempt to bribe a voter dr to use illegal m sans to- procurevotes in any el1tiQhi is without grounds for suspicion and is axgross injustice to hims Facon i J JJ A Narrow Escaftf cGk W Cloyd a merchant otJ Plunk Mo bad a narrow es cape four years ago when be1 ran rt jimsbn burintO his thumbi He says Tne doctor wanted to amputate iti but I would not consent I bought a box Jiffe Bucklejjs Arnica Salve and that the dangerous wou4dt 25c at Haydbn 4b Robrtsois tJriinr- Loves Yerkes t it ConcerrJing John W Yerkes1 resignation says Louis Ludlow the Louisville Post exSec jIf retar7 of the Treasury Shaw j who wasr ijis superior officer five years said I amglaicll pfthat Yerkes is going back to the practice dfiav1 i1 afld this is because I love Ygrkes He is one of the grandest men and J noblest characters it has vbbeen nayr pleasure intimately tore know He is affectionate andEi tender as a woman arid as brave and fearless as a Eentnckian ain nTuch in doubt ifa more ef ficient officer ever gave 100 per cent of service for 50 percent r Of pay aIid100 per cent of thanks thaa did John W Yerkes for more than aix years in The selection of a isuccessor to pf John W Yerkes as national committee cben from kentucky is receiving attentiont zn political circles here Notwithstanding his service will last for fifpeen months or thereabout there isb lively talk as to his successor t Ricuarcl P Ernst qhairmaniiof th KepublTcan slate Cdmmittet throne most frequently men tioned to succeed Yerkes as national comm tt emtin There is feeling ihatsm helms de I yqted much time and effort to the State chairmanship he is justly deserving of aprojnotion the higher place Danville Advocate V t THE fEXAS WONDER t ndt1tbeumal1 qrUgbistsor wo months treatment by mail forSl 9r B W Hall5926 Qlive street Bt Louis Send for Kentucky estimohials r llIFractured Firemails S At Burgle Monday night B H Baker a brake al on a Qinii cmnaLi Southern reight struck J L Reese jifireman on the same train ou the head with a hammer and fractured his skull It is said that the twoImen were constantly D gging each otherrand when the train reached High Bridge Baker went into the waiting ropit of thedeI pot and the door spring catchi locked itself wbehhe en teredoReese thought Baker was holding the door to keep him put and when he did gain admittance to the office he struck Baker with a poker cute ting a deep gash in his head The train then continued its way1and vhen it stopped t- II Burgih itisI said Baker walked to the engine and struck Reese on the back of the head with the Imranier The wounded marl was t l nU Br Meredith s office where that gentleman as sisted bylr Freemanj dressei his injury Later he w sta1en to the Ee inglon hospital to be operated upon The pbysicidm also took sev rai stitohes ini Bakers hqad where he was hit with the poker at High Bridge Deputy Sheriff Dayeliport went toEurgin Tuesday morning 9ndj brcught Baker here arid place himin jiil Harrodsbur Heralcd Iojits This We offer one houdred dollars re wird for any case of iatarrh that csnnot be cured by falls Catarrh SurE 1 Cheney Co Toledo O We tHe undersigned have known Ji Cheney for tim last S year and believe him pert ectly honorable allbusiness transactions and finan daily able to carry out any obiifja tions made yhfafinu WaWiner Klnnan Marvin wholesale DruggfSts Toledo o Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter llI suVhg direcJyupon tl1 blood and mucOns surfaces of jthc systm Teatimsniala Benf free Pri75c per bottle Sold by kail drqgiss torco1Sbpalitoni- J State Cant troII Frjirikfort KyCourt of Ap peals by Judge Lassing affirm pd Mtlard Circuit Court in Com monwealth yl Illinois Ceitral App nees aijd Adams Express Company Were jointly iindicted ibringinif and delivcrihfr spirituous iuiuors into1ccaIop ion districts An agreed state of facts was and a demurrer sustained Tih j courts hold that the sate took place in Oairo Ill where was ordered by telephone and paid for 1tuBOlifflJllJ 1 yo suffer from rheumatism or painsi fQr BaUaras Snow liniment will briuigquiclc relief It lIs a sure care for spraaus rheumatism con ract dmuscles and nil painsandv- itlulti the reich ofalkPrice 25c 60c LlOO CfR Pjinith TenTrir Tex writes I have ulcd Bollards Sno W fiiiiment in myf imilyfor years arid au3 found it a the remedy fcr all aifle and acbc1IrecDm end it or pains intha ct est Sold by the- ted CrossIDrug Store J f t iij t A W Relic T T G Dudceoniof Cane Vat fey has a silver teaspoon which he kedIrlnqi1ptain Jet r the CivilJ Waif He and some the other soldiers frere inVi ied bYil he Captaini to take breakfast with hfm one moVniug when they were fa camp They accepteijhe invitation and after the meat was over and the boys aci tajcpn their leave the Cap aiji was shy tedspbon Mr Dudgeon hSd become attached 0 it He carried the spoop during the reuialhderof the war and sinc then he has stirred his colTee i t with no other spboflj He prffe verr1ghIY Spec tator Eggs For Hatchingt T From selbct pens of White Plymput Rpck Brown Leghorn and White Wyandotts My iiidsveLe jpremium winders at he Fairs lat year Eggs 75Jtnts for 15I A C KJMBALT 11r2m Springtield Ky 72CfOO ACRES Of 1907 Tobacco Crop Are Pledged +i The board of directors of the American Society of Equity wbicnmet here Wednesday an nouncedj that 72000 acres or the 907 crop of Burley tobacco had been pledged to be hatdled by the American Society of Equity tfollowi tg this announcement t President Clarence Lebup of Cynthiana said that the 72000 iprei of the 1907 crop pledged ts 7000 acres more than was pledged of he 1906 crop to the society The board of directors Decided not to give ouihei de tailed amount of tobacco that has been signed up ju each county as the society finds that iit hasrnotonly the trust to combat but also Ithe warehouse men- The meeting was called to order shortly before 1030 oclock by President Clarence Lebus of d Harrison county After the roll cahj by Secretary LUCIen Beck iiert the meeting went into an executive session and no one but the members of the board was allowed to stay in the room It wasj stated by OPresidenj L bus that the object of the meeting was toget reports from the various couhties as io how the organization stands at pre eut and how much of the 3907 tobaccofcrop has been pooled bj the farmers up to this time The general condition of affairs In each county union were fully reviewed and the members of thV board will end avor to decide on several important pointsi as to what course to pursue within the coming year and many other things Kyi Observer Wonderful Eczema Cure t Our little boy had eczraa for Ive years writes Nr A Adams Henrietta j3a Two of our hOme doctors said the casewas hopeless his lungs being affec Jed We then employed other ceteh12o benefit resulted By chance wthaboutElee- ct Bitterst bought tHaottlc and soon noticed improveraenfrvJVe continued this medicine until several bottles were used when ourboywas completely curedHd Best of all blood medicines antibody t building health tonics Guaranteed at Hay don Rob ertsons Drugstore 5Qc I Scarcity of oibacco P1antslI l The prolonged cold weatherS and continuous freezes and hevy frosts taring the month of April have exercised a very important bearing on tie Burley tpbacco Association Thtt weather conditions e ccmbtoing t with the f rmete to force the price of tobaccb up to fifteen Icentsper pound or morebgeneral reportsfrom all parls4of- he burley district more than two thirds of the plants have t eenlifled and those that have not been entirelydestroyed have been so badly damaged that they djUill be of little account It would seem that it is not possible to set and raise niorie than a half cropof tobacco in the district This condition of affairs was refl ctedi in the markets in Gin cihnati anpL ouisville last week In CincinrTati ojaly 230 hogsheads r r Gultrvators f t 1 rIDINI G i i TONGLESS IV I fX 1 SeEDS rKff vy IICORNE1yaridiat dW M II L jL i I John Lily Bkrber I to Haydon Barber LSucessor IF YOU tV r TOUCH j yourtwigueto aik A A LUMtSM look in thegIassyou wlfl see the teftt t You cnt help pucker1ng jtmak ouJ ker toi think 6f tasting itr DgPowfight jintpydiir system you injurei djjj lad iuin yours stomach 1 AVOIDALV 11i1UlIllL IT t7 r t 1 SqpIai4f fF I Ijy s Maetrompute refined CrapelCrdtm ofTanarCos thanAlumbut ypubwejtitjrofitq ahfl tbprofit ogdj of tobaccwreofferdon the breaks as ganst moie than 2000 dj rujg the same week last 1Y640hogshe against 39dO the same weekJast year There was an advance lf- lpricesall along the line fone ceakper pcrbrfddi4beut seventy five per cent of 11Q6cropiitt- hepool i of the Iiuiey Tobacca Growers Associitibn and the Condition and the conditions which now prevail out to force the price tp fif ieeni or Awentj cents per pound and make sue cess an assured fart for the sociationOweo Democrat fas Wasn lA1av JJ had been troubled with kidney disease or the last fix e years writes obert R Watts of Salem iohIlos jflsh and never felt Well and Mth leading PhysidfnsaUd tndd all Ymedles suggested without lelleifl Finally I tried Folejs Rld ney Cpre tfndSjess than two bottles completely curdd JDean I am npw sound and weIlrng the sum raer kidney irreffuiaritie3sreAoften caused by excessive drinking pt Kr ngovcrheuted Attend to the kidneys at once by using Fpley vkidney Core Sold by the Red Crqes Drug tore y Canary J Mrj Will Bowies and wife were he guests of Mrs Nellie Logs ion Sunday Born tto Ihe wife of JrY John Brewer on the 22da 12 Ib oy Mr G W Cocanougher who has been confined to his room for sonic time is better at this writing M r Gl W Finwiclc purchased of M M Wheat dnemre Price not gven f I Mr Bpward Pemvick was with his aunt Mrs Nannie Fenwick Saturday Sunday The Thorn Hill school clesea Wednesday Miss Lula Wheatley teacher She has bad success during the term aijd we wll mis her in ourcQmmuHityvS Mrs Be tie Canary and Mrs Belle Lanham and Daughter May spent Monday wjth Mrs Black Yates Mr G W Fenwick sold to Mr Hugh Stiles and Qo threer stock hogs at 6tcents a pound Messrs i Ed Litser and Ed Wiffeit were in our community t Sunday fraDd Mrs Elvin Yeast spent Sunday intown G W Fenwick purchased of GriggEdeleD a bull Price not given Misses Pearll and Annie Cana ry of Lebanon are the gueSte of BO Canary this week Mr anti Mrs Oscar Bottoini were with Jv D and faniily last weak narktr i Mr Jim Harmon 11 pent Sunday with Jk Oanarir and family rlMisses e1iIwiok M Adray Caiiany bofa haye ever Itt 11t J n11IIII aft I QtA t tt4U t I ly spa l11ed ankles the Tesnltb f playing baseball Mrsl HI 8 i py wasbe guest her daughlter Mrs Tom Hundley last week ID Barker and wife weri with Oscar Bottoms andfanUj Saturday r Mrs B F Havdon has return ed home after vintnig herionr Mr LeoUaydon of your town FOKGETMENOT YBeiFneJ Alexander Bentony who liver On Rural Route JL Fort Edward rN Y t slysDr Kings New rDiscovery is my est earthly has also performed ar wonderful cure bf incipient coosnmption for my QhifThe first bottle ended tie terrj ble coughS and this accomplished the other symptdns left ome bone until shtf was perfectly well Dr Kings Jfew Discor erys power over coagte ansi colds id simply martelous No o her remedy Ijjis ever equaled tfir5ully gutrnnteed by Hay don EolWrWaJOrnggists 50c and II 00 Trial bottle fr tl I ImportantRuling Judge W 0 Ball made w1m portant ralingia the Boyle Cir cult Court here Tuesday whenhe- held in the case of the Commonwealth against about eighty coji cernsj in penal actions for not having tKe word ullNorpora1ed upon their advertisement and etcf that in all cases where the corporation was resident of Kentucky which ia the cane in the majority of tie prQnecu tions that the suit mustbe Mted against such corporHtifni in the county whereitbag its princi pal place of buai1aMunder this ruling all the LotiisTill and Lexingtoni business Eooserf wtU bereiiivejk fiom the ftve An df4d dollars penalty elani i Vy the Cominofiwealtb in the Hiite against them No rilinrAJiaa jetbeen mad in capsa wber the corporation is a non UIW Nit of the state of Kentucky b V o- nigbuslness4n the Stats Tk Commonwealth wilfofliiarfro the above rulingDsnvill News JfTIDt1Isucceed the fittt tjme nee- an M wyou igttastUtl llef Te greatest 11vei rerulator A iposatuve cure for coMlipntfc 1if1 tnalarla chilU aft 4 alt Uysr so plaints Mr CfIcyT s wrie f H1 wife has been 1iIiIIPj Herb for sceeltan Ik Sc jive years It la a wre ci Sir coKrtittia aadlH1larlafetc jWUk anstaitlatid br w3att Mf foryJ anU Sold ky Ue Jki Cross DcbIf liro ot Lif11ier The L tj r OxLI tt ir= IbM 1P aVtb ybJcssIy Iow price annoonoea bf nil will 1 rplre 011 May 20 Tl p l lisbfera bf The Lonisyills lK L are notifjiBf all vkmrtfAo Z agetib and TTTriri itifc era that UM price ot t 4r ppr must be advanced after MM ituf of Mey on acpoynt of the acf lii in price ofwniMa pr aW M terials We yoW ndbs all wW desire a meiropejitau Mi Mftc in copn ctk a with the HCWMI pa per dnrinc tht MX few ikjrkr take YaOlijwlnlhili tioB price aiaboee4ecai Siti at oos The YLirt and Daily H raM OM i ar- ThTLb r r to be diyocosd from yptfeayylii dix There will be DO cILfor it if ioi keep wfcwda Ir tLifpa tkM tbs yprnifir xvrvr line MUM to makstb hwtliplaint G miMi b- t tRob1ib Driijgis e Tryth AIif-f cIS4eu4 Wby io ItqM IIIhIM r Gr4iSeal Hi ll jjI9 both pint ad JzForbyW tjJfMkrn4 fii vJ i r LocaiOp6iR5T Adi pa4dklroai A- 4ay j tbat a spzi t flow water WM ft r tobcicatinf has bett Ialoof the banks btf fioS twP tilen from Ak d reels of tlM thiaaty rei Ios n jthere T H gprinc po r i the water Intoriiiliairtr Mis Lhowner of the M f to ai4 rellC d tit hi 1 tiJa ItlauJiI A Lues 1itiuoo i iIJ i md ihan the s4vaas iiMl 1 hqssrs pp 1 J f isjii4ox fro I I intbsiaigwItboitVt TMiigiS 1ibcatsdl IjraSwIa4 W riMiJTtaf asI = Ft S n of tfaft waker hra it ihuoo fons1ysb 11Jr Tripua mJ fA- rt nations ara wii IIi iffccek tkc ravages of tlU WbiU pl qV ittat e lHMJ ftc eI6KeM 7 and ooW s perfect Iyou er ef JJD rosjtk by taking oss 1eritIon wbi Pokyi awl TMrkMftI Ak Zoasy a r istqWLILSte OIi DiIIf JfI nIrrhtS7OS ItiiJ bbs f r I las o No ioi- ks flail JIilIs sikr t aid t the ter ffooi J M JIJt4Il l to use Green aa1U ftsahrijallrt mnh o- frSfRIttsttkOagbIe8oIdI ty Wt li Xawsj Mackvilte Ky t vw7 w w r TI NEy LA1DET w r I MLNEWSlftDER TXUgDAT- ff ltl AtR IN ADVANpE JrTiS I ia4ior bpnes notices 10 cents pe iiub5equentlnsert1ofl L Culls on candidates and political matte Is dotiat low rate3 bat cash 1i iM oviIiery ofcd tJ j1Iag coaifact made on libera- tttTSftolfl f4arIei aad rtiolStlon of rwipec tt OVXCZX2XT icoo TUR8DX MAY 21907 ANN UNcEMFn aWe are authorized ioAnnbuncer J ElofferBQoretlof Springfield a candt te Irate Senator frfcm the Fif erfthSenAtorial District composed tf Marion Washington and Taylor unties subject to the action of the pempcratic party t + KUIsbopo AsJPwas absent last week fSjHtry and make up this cweek 1 jlfriieV farmers are all about Ijarpugh planting coin and wili fjooii 11e reayfio set out tobacco IflMr Dick Hardin spetifSunday J Tritft his daughter Mrs Torn d6alter jI 4sirs Effle fines and sister freest Shewmaker Eva and rfMaud Inman and Bessie Barr Tent Sunday wijtbMrs Julia iitton at Fenwtek vAs Henry Raybournes two Mmughters iwfere coming home ffroin Mack ville their horse be faie frightened add ran away wre the buggy completely up Tfie 45irls escaped safely bujt the Bbiie sustained a slight injury i J A GJblter aid Jim Pat Brewerl attended church at Wil O lisburgiSuflday jLizzie Sutton of Fenwick spent the week with Mrs Effie Hines rThe tobacco plants arejook fine Khis commumtyt ifg m ex ctpt some few are complaining of them ocothinpVTom Coulter is having ivar among the prows Witl4ne shot heiilled three crows EflBe Colter spent Sunday with Esther Coulter at Needmore t Ifev Walker will preach ai Bjllsborocnurch the first Sunday iin May at 3 oclock p ui v Rev Bifbwn will preach at Billsboro le SaQofld uiiday fl May at 3 o clock p mi The far ners havfe all abou 5pq3led thei 1907 cro of tobaccof Ji in1 this community j Iow the A s o o it an1now boys F iXJ ep it a rolling t i VSi 4Laxative Cough 3prup It Is better J than any otersopghAV rez4ied because I Iaxativ3 rinclple ss4es It tiealthy copious action pf the be wets and at the same it heals xirritiition of the throat strengthens th bronchial tubeg and a lays fnflamitibn of ibe foiicuousmembrane ContAins honey atil tar pleiisanjt to takef Children iI tAlike it icontarins to thei National VPareFoCdaad Drug Iaw Sold by thaRed Cross Drug store T l v rentvil Mr John Gordin and family Mt John Hard a and family yJMrrEQjwe Reeling and family j Mf Jerbinefrrer dnd two liitrle daughter j Mrs Jennie Trent and little Mr Sanford cum and family Mrs Harriet Cheatham ere guests of Mr W Iyan Sunday fMiss No a Trent Miss Flor ence aid Ada Oneaham f this place were iu Wihi burg last week shoin Mp Jerome Trent and little Mary were in Willisburg last Monday o business V- Mrloulas Hpyjalty and wife of Sprit gfield were called to tpe fiottie f her fa her jVVlhe- caseiifideath Mr Thomas 5i0 ber isV very ill at this writing aV DEATH OF POPE PRATHER f v Mr Fbpe rather j well known y young mat of the Pleasant f Gipye neighborhood rfge 31 years died atthe bome of Isis SS father April 27 1007 ilH pneu motiia He had rijany friends to standby his bedside vn hi last hoars He was member of the Baptist church at jPleasant UroVe Hei leaves fi mother iaf her three sisters three bro k thera besides a hostjofother rel atiyesai d friends t6v mourn his death Funeral services were e conducted by Rev Hatchei after which the body was laid to rest Iii Uki Rpekbridge cemetery to await the r j Urrection morning He will 62 stdlyr misd vinCne VrShouandcdmmunity tq the be ryedoi1tsrwe extenottiesym jathy 4 tis almost ttsomethR f th your kidneys wk lrcqneutly csIIa1V- r iiKf R dcivrrt pf the fr- Vtre IrRtI D 5WittaXlniey fad 1tcPu UtttTl prompt relief for t WLkdflSyL backache JhflamMat oQ 01 tIle jbtaiffaer aid all unary truaiMi SoW bo the lied Cro iDrcgsik45 MAIJU Some time has elapsed sincft the writer had trie pleasure of addrtssirfg the many readers of the dear old Leader but she lisually takes the time to peruse its pages each week v Msses Lydia and Hallie Hus ion were in townr Nibnday MrVR 10 Bcblitt wife and prettyt j rddaugher- N lli Ruby jReJd3lf visIted Mrs BobJitts parents here Sunday M s MV I Troutman was the stufsVpf gre B S Goatley Thursday last Mrs Peter Shehan and Mrs Ora Q CHI yisited tbe formers Vdagbr Mrs Jennie Barlow of your town last Wednesday Mrs Settles and FJaugher are operating a grist mill at this place We have needed some thing of this kina for some time peckomiles for it Meal can be gotten at any time nowV Mr Will Hustpn and sister Miss Hallig and Mr Histdn Wakefield attended the rnus ale in Springfiel PffdaY night H T Virginias in town Mon iay Y Mrs Thos Virgin and daugh ter visited Mrs Edward Goat leyTuesday Mrs E E Waken eld were glad to report as being out ag in Mr Z CV Andrews and were recint guests of their son Mr Geo Andrews 01 Bloomfields Mr Chas S iebair says lie raises the champion pole hems of the nighborhood they being so long he doesn have tj takea basket to gather them bot carrier them over his a mVQuite a numb r tvere onthe river fishing Tu jsday as th Ssh wer running pl ntafully Some very large ones wee caught Measles is still in a number ol families here The children pJ Messrs T 1J and Ilichard Ar nold and Dr Shehan are among those who have it We mi3s XTnos injteresting let ters and trust he will soon b able to write up some 6t his breezy news HeJias had bur sympathy in his illness and wish for his spehdy return of health but think since the vsit of rti certain fair Mt ion belle he will speedily recovpjr atNewHphasl held every Sunday morning al 980 Oclock Preaching serv 3es aretield at the Christian chu ch here every third Sunday Mrs Thps Virgin says thi teasoirwe jiaveso many step chickens in the neighborhood we donot put them to bed garlj enoughFrnVZzLE HEAD Cures Blood SklniDIseascs Cat cir Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin disl yothaveeating sores scrofula eczema itchlna risings and bumps scabby pimply skin hone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take BotanU Blood Balm B B Bj Soon all sores Jieal aches and pain stop and the l4lood is riade pure an pelargeBlood Balm CO Atlanta Ga BB BJ is especially adyised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures afte all else fails Qiyr Hurrah for Perryville Ifthe caIiAofjthe est of Boyle confcipue Jt on an March to rOgpetiGana a big ger and more en erprimg PIOT at the sanier te that it has inb the past two week tb county eat of Boyle is in danger of be ing moved to that place Perryville better kfiowii afe the bapitalof the west end has run away a iead of Danville and iin a few iiveeks will bethe proud ppssesserbfa 5000 creamery The contract for the erection of the ne enterprise was let this week U the Burnap Building and Supply Company of Toledo Ohio and work b gan today Ivi1I bejfitted out with the lat est machineryVS Acheme has been on foit for Tuoqsands Bate Kidney trouble and Never Suspect it POW To Flad OutV Fill a bottle or common glass with youv water tod let it stand twehtyf our hours asedunentorset tlingindicatesnn unhealthy cOn- dition of the kid neysi if itstains your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire orjrninii also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What To Do There is comfort in he knowledge sO often expressed that Dr Kilmers SWamp Root the great kidney rjbnjedy fitlillis every nish in curiigrluniatisiii f paul hi the back kidneys liver bladder uml every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold witer niuf scalding pain in paging it orbad ine or 4juor1eer ne Cessity of being cotnpelld go ofteit duriiig the1 lay and to get up mam times djiring the hightj The iniltl and the extraoidmary effect pfSvampllopt lii3tiesforitswonderful tressing caseSjJf you need a inetlicitie you should liave the besti Sold Udttij gistsin fiftyHent and onejlolJarfSizes You may have a sainicbottld 1niid n boofc GiatV tells all bontitbothsthtfreeVby nail Address Dr- Kilmer Co Smg harnton Nl Y Whetl aeiei 53pPct writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake Tjut remember the Ma1 Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and tb ddresj Binghamton N Y sirme Tme fo hrinj alaom fihe estahlishmof a cearner in Perry viir aiid The Advccdfe is now glad tojsay it isassured raseclllastcitizens of this little city for o her expenses whiph include trte boringpf the well and the purchase of tte Ipt rhoseiwho haye worked harlfor Hjiis new business for Peri yville areD- rJE Caldwell B E Prewitt WG Prewitt Jale Car ei ter William Carpenter W C Perils and W J DeBaun Atac meejing held Friday 6f thosi viuterested n the new coneerri the idea of a new bank and a canning factory was spok 9f ati 7 ina few minutes 2000 was subscribed to the cannfng factory arid 5000 to the new bank Every cittern of Perry cilLe iavak to the up buildiii of that cityj and now that the creamery is off their minds work Iwitl begin toward establishing the nrw bank and cajiiiing fjac tory With aJitlQ push these tilings can be acc rnplished arid the enterprisJhg citizens of Perry ville are determined to haveja toTwri that all will be proud fDaniI Advocate Aljtle Kodbi taken pccasionly especjiall after eatini will relieve our p itomacn belceing aiid heart burn J BJonjes Newport Tenn writet j arntretheVOflC doll ar bpi ties of yonr Kodol positively cured me 6f dyspepsia and I recoj mmeiid it as that was three years aeo a id I havent been bothered eincevith il Kodol is guaranteed to giy i rrlief Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store To Hold Conventiori C fe Woods of Richmond has called a convention of ail friends of law and order for Louisvilleoh May 13th and 14fch The following is the program MONDAY MAY If 8 R M MusicInyooation t Can an Executive Enforce thLawsGov G WPplk of Missouri Paturelof Political Parties in Kentucky With Keference to the Temperance Question11 Thief JustideORear Court of Appeals of Kentucky TUESDAY MORNING MAY 14 10 OCLOCK 5The Economical jVspects of the liquor Question l The H0n M J Fanm6gtPitsbu- rgi Great Modem Movement Dq P A Baker Columbus 0V Vir TijTjiD Preacher and Civic Ro form Dr W B Beauchamp Lexibgtpn Ky T JESDAV AFTERNOON MAY 14 2 OCLOCK Uircuit uourt ana the enioyec ment of Law CircuitXfudge li H Thurman Sprin fieldTKy The Problem pf Law Entorce1 ment in Lar e Ciries County Attorney R W J ingliBlm Lotus 3 Tactics of itihe Liquor MenexM posed The iRev Dr Adams Frankfort KyJi Our Old Kentucky H me The Rev Father J A Hogartg Lebaron Tty TUESDAY NIGHT MAl4 6 OCLOCK Necessity for Circulating Whol some Temperance Literature Tho Rev Dn E L Powell Louisville and Mayor C E Woodsy Richmond Significance of the Modern Reform Movement in the Counr try Former United Statp Senator Oarmick of Tennessee Gatrett D WearherjsV AVpiii Kf aays Mv hogswere so badh die sd with chplPro that I did not think medical aid cOaltl possibly save them I pave them Burbon Liog Chole a Remedy and it cutcd them without v slogl loss his the only remedy I have ever used that would Jcure hog cholera Sold aiid gurautecd by Haydon Robertson JtSpringgeW KyV To Ice Consumers We have made arrangements o hand and deliver tOur own ice this season besininj April 1st A GoriTenientp ace on Main Street will 6be secured where orders for ice in any quantity SpringflelcVwI A Lakes Overflows railesVfonISpringfieldl tobaccobarnpond tn barnlotV Sbme timber 75 acres qVffle tobaco laudGOdfence Pri e 35 pcricre When your food has1 not been properly diifested the en tire systemj proportlenIYonr stomach rtccds helo Kodol for Tiidiuestion and ilyspepeja not only diLeiitt what yopeat tnnnt tV etomach and adds itreneth to the whpile body MakeVTich inrre blopd Kpd Confer ms to tile National Pue Food and Drug Law Sold by the Red Cross rug toe- VVVV IVfiaWiud Car o zed WYtch JEle SalVedoe9oot mere y heal ou the surface impenetrates the pores and an promptly relieves pain caused by boils burns scales cuts and skin diseases lt is especially good for piles Beware of Imitatioria SoWby the Rei Cross Drug Store r tare of the Eyefarovvj Ttie eyebrows should be brushed to kiiep them smooth and clean tIle riaint- as the hair Pure petroleuin jelly hp plied with a tiny brush to tbV roots ot tje eyeloahfes will cause thenvitb grow mid it wit not Injure the eyes It s aould also be applied to the eyebrows I you wish them jto grow Be careful tot to get the Jelly1 over the foreheau os it will cause hair to grow where Jti Is not desirableV II fFaicyCeiljngs Roughened and flaky celrngBinay W treated with a wash of alum and water in proportions of one oance of qltun to one quart of water TfilH will remove the super uoiis lime which has caused tlie rougl uess and make the1 eeiljriij fresh and vltlte jjracks In the plaster jmfty be 1ll1tI witlra puHteinnde of whiting raised with glue water br calcined plater nnd water Gamol of FI hi j jAril number oC jpersoiis can play this game One person Is ity and he stands tln the nii dle of the floor He gives each one aj nuniber then says iTIsh1 and gives a number of one of theJersoiis He touuts up to ten and If the person whpge number is called does not tell a kind of fish before the ouetbaf It counts teirt he is It The gain0 progresses on cud the ono who IsV it inajq say LVnluial In tectr etci meth1n cannot be named twice Ifj so tile person who iayisit IIt j Buffalo Devoured l y Inaccta A single cood ult has been seen tp attack and kill a caterpillar wUIch ad tually weighed as much as twenty seven of Its opponents mel driver ants of central Africa at times march through the fonstIu solid columns huudrbds of yard wide They stop at nothing Whatever is Jil their way la covered with savage insects whqse powerjfurjaVs Bii e like lire A buffalo has been found devoured dud skeleton tied by thc se resistless Insecta Coudndriinia vwhy is tlie luWi Dilllcq a Bailor Because It YollQwa the sea ICVVhoi is a dock oil the sthlr daiiger ous uhcu iFrims down Why Is a baldhendctl man like a hitntmg dog lie makes a little hair Ihrtre go a great wayz Itbynl Spanish CouchV The state coach used by the king iof Spain Is drawjii by eight ptirb white horses with white plumes and white barUsV Bcito Worlc VV Separators While the merits Jf the farin sfcp trator are quite 4 Uerally under stood dalcymcn i many instancesii all to properly svppji iate that It Is In variabiy ni pllcabip co their own Indi vidual conditions that to every onO se Ua Jug tireaui rom milk it offers n Means of betterj anti more sat isfaclljory result The advantages of the farm sept rator over the gravity system are top numerous to give a full or extended eauinbratfon but those of most im fiortaiiee1 are more perfect separation fercatibr value of skim mtlk saving of time and thor saving of Ice nnt t FORrTHE HOUSEWIFE Spfanish Baked Beajis Ono riUi rt of white beans parboiled a quart of strained tomatoes nn onion chopped finoa tnWespoonful of sugar a quarter of a t ispoonfnl of mustard a Jfipulnkle of red popper twoot three VtiVmnj1sIces inf salt pork Salt to tateV Add v IcAfl teaspaoiiful of bukhig jiodatD water In yhioll the bc1is are helntjj paillolled More or lodstraUpcp per iiiay be lisetl1 as desired arid in Olucoj OJ salt pork a tablespoonful of Duttef liiayltSiibstitiiJdIf stilt porls ls imqd parboil nail ciit Into small squares njx nil In baKing paii and bakoHn ovpu twd Lours or uhtirbeaus are tinder p Re ioving Paint StainsV Hero Is a highly roeoimneiided prep1 aratlou for ruihbrbig paint stains Shay thinly four ouiiccs of castHe soap and add one quart of boiling wa Mr UTientJie liquid Is cold put In ofholf addjToor quarts of wtfter mix thor oiifiiily cud bottle corking tightly This ftll keep a long tlmtV using di lute the liquid with ari tqual quantity 4fVvater and usp a jlece ofgoodi like he flrtlcle io bo cleaned anid dry vroll with n fresh plepcxpf goods It ladlj soiled nsefjill trdIigtiiV Uses of TurpntineV Turpentine has numerous household uses Applied with soap It will r inbvtf ink stains from linen A few drop addetV to the water In which clothes are boiled act as a wliltehcr It will drpre away roaclie lf sprin kled In their haunts TurnjcnliiiofTttl reino c whcol groasc pltcli arid tiir Stains Mixed equally with linseed oil it whi ernoue white marls On furni hire which have been caused by wit tcr If the broom lipped Into h bucket of tepid water to which a lit tle tyrppntinu has heed added the car pets will look brighter VV Renovating Ssalsktn TliJ b6st inctnj d nf brightening sealV cin Is to hahgit out In the sunshine to a r and ipounil It free from lust with a iattaii stieJc Once all time loose dirt removed run hot sand fand fjir- rfors sawdust a half and half mix turc into lime fur Then shake ami- beatii his out ajld time tinjoOkbrigljt and will be cjean for time sand emits thy grease anti dust and the wood absorbs ItU avingthe skin bright and vresli looking sell the Gelding As a rule geldings will jrove tnc profitable to keep oil thin turin Snll tUcm when matured Tiid JeltheTr1 wee1 tood brood mares or grovrtag colta to I the farm vcr j vv irqto your health and hap pi nssDcsitLLitslc Eariy Rfeeraf- rmotms little pilfB Nastysick heath ache our bihauBncssr ittajr comc on ady irae the cure is an RaTrly Riicr Sold by time Tied Cross Drug Store Codol Dyspepsia Cure plgastsrwhat you Mft DoKt ottfferl- l ni ht lon from tootlfeiche neurJil iac or rheumixtim LMJmeKtkills the petin quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI deaJers Price 25c50cVLOQ brErI SSIor BosorMsUSAV PLAYING CARDSV HsuuJiritjes of Those Usd by th Different Nations Oc 0 of tli0 most interesting collec- ilciis qf Sforcrtfh loot that Ive seen rcirently said a man ordinarily too bn sy to ipako time trip Over the seas uliijsOlf assortment of playlus carhs from vqrloiis parts of the word l In every country tjie owner of the colection visited and he went to a go oil iinaiiy picked tip cards of local iaiiniifacturo and so representative of Hi i nation Tie Kussan cards are perhaps the m st elaborat The faces of the kings aid inejsns are different In each sult iu llcatlUg the racial elements that go to cojnpose thjp empire Oil theGrfiek cards IaicaI herpes aid lierohics are represented Nestor foivckample Is time king of Ittearts and Oj esticsthe k ave AgameinDon is the ki iglot clubs jabrcules tie Jack of ados quid Minos and Danae the king ai d ninjeuvof dihrnondsi The Greek p ckils rathef aiicheap one arid scarce ly does honor to She celebrities por tr iyed iJ 4di4isfit a center for Card manufac turln JhO idea ofl tlie Spanish card makc r seems to bet get as much color time cards as pdssible The royal rquef are of umisnul magniflqence Tie clubs revblg bludgeons In green arid r and e knave of clubs gnyly cdpaiisoned on a prancing horse re minds you instantly of Jack the Glarft Ivilldr 1liC Spades are ugly little dag g rsj anti for hearts and diamonds tll rrt are rHstrsf and nia cups fie card in some of tlie Spanish pack are springjTlieLN bin The figures are more conventional t1es1gnttin on the Spanish The no cards tire adorned with typical rbrtjijguesc scenes rA pecu arity of tile pack bought in- C tntant1mlQpie Is thitV the ace cards jaddjtlcp to theslngle spade dia nionfl club or heart InV the center of pachj have diminutive aces at the up liju left haiid And lower righthand conifers 4Tlie Italiab face iarjls portray de Tidefjlly gloOniy personages Each one b tie face cirrds by the way carries l sninll priiittlietitue4ind address of tiio nlakfcfe Ciiere are tiny packs an lDc7iid a quarter by an inch and timHJquarters In Ize which can be bbught on the streets of Naples for a fiirtdo These resemble the Spanish CMds to some extent although Jtie Tpyaltiasarp more dignified Cairo is a great card emporium and Mousliy street offers rlch Beturns to the card hunter Fortune telling cards must be in jjcmnnd there to judge froiu the sample I saw in time colters tlons Time Cairo plating cards corte mostly frorii Germany They are Iii llant in their coloring Time aces carry sbenes from lands bdth west and east rTI1OV gem of ail time packs comes from Switzerland The cards are EjnalV one and threequarters by two nnd a 1Alt inches in size and the bask design Is time Edelweiss Time kings queens nnd Jacks aN delightful studjeS Ii Swiss costume anjl time purchaser certainly gets Mils moneys worth for each face card has two haltS figures nuite unlike On the aces arc Swiss scenes nnd objects of interest alsp two tk a card the subjects Including the cWleof ChUl n theMntterhbnrth Ifrjdge at Lucene and the Lion of Lu eerue Indranapoils Star Don Quixote Many gfown P lIe as well as VheV nrtd girls are puizled nlwut the correct pronuuelatlou of lime famous Don Quix otes Miame Time Spanish method Mhich some cultivated persons follow ilthoirt belng required by good usage to do so Js Kehote with time accent on the fiOcond syllable and the final us a in senatp All time best an tioMties hoswever prefer the anglicfzu cklinethodKwlks t with the accent on the llnft syllable Jand time o as in fhu word obeyV An Old Time Game Time leader says I went Hhopptng this morning and everything I bought iJpgan wltW A From tho grocer lKiiight pobits to A piuycr nntU watts f0ltapOusei1 from the druggist polnjs gooisstqrefroimust be siren qiilokfy The penalty to take the place p the leader A DiscpncerteH Scholar startedInShe found it very difficult to follow every j rule Of course Fhe tried her very bezt that teac er should oot frown And swift obedIence she gave when toaclier sait3i3ht aownl flit tlip next thing that she said to her was Little girl sit up Wnlch greatly disconcerted little Arabella XiPPV tNIcboia- kt Julius Biyiwu ft rcccatrlc son 4Ihe war governor or Georgia gave a 14iiihcr at Atltfnta on the occasion of Sis ilftyKghth birthday which was to Jiiaricabli for its sombenmss TwelvtJ persons were present one oE whom was Governor TerreH 6u the table wasn blacirrvelvet cloth At each cov r was plateda black fiiner card A ikiill was also b3 the side of each plate willie shspended mom the center pf the chaudciicr was another huge ljkull of ashy white under which on a black pedestal sat the figure of a monk draped In black Candles were at each plate and there was a candle for every course of the dinner With lithe end of ea ji course a candle was snuffed out th being contlm4 through the dinner until DO lights 9ffM left on the tabki TreatmentHi GIRLS CLEVER COUP Becomes a Bride at Surprise Birthday Dinner L41iTUENS THE TABLES OU PBEIDS m Violet D Conrad HeariBC af Tlielr Ilnn Antonl be tineits bjr JtlarrTln at hOtel Wtcre Dinner Warn GivenIll Girl Vl h gel Face Capping the clmiax of a birthday surprise party given for her therpther night inV the Hotel Knickerbocker at New York Miss Violet Blossom Con rad daughter of the late Major Cas- Hper Conrad of the Eighth United Staten iiifanfry turned the thb1s o her assembled friends by being mar ned then and there to Charles RIdgley Elllcott says the New York Herald Their wedding ceremony vas per formed by the Rev Henry M Warren chaplain of the hotel who had been invited to the birthday party as one of the personal friends of Mr Elllcptt Miss Coqnd was twentythree years old the other day Her mother de sirous of giving her a pterenrit Birth day surprise told Mrs Jenkins wife of Colonel John M Jenkins a fe weeks ago to quietly invite twenty of Miss Conrads closest friends to a din ncr party to be held on the night of her birthday anniversary Strict se Crccy was enjoined of eyeiy one Mrs Jenkins included among those whom she Jnyl ted to the party Mr ElHcjott whp became secretly engaged to Miss Conrad several months ago Calculating that assurprises were to be the6rderof the ejenlrig it was bet ter to have a great big sbiprise than a minor one Mr Elllcott told his fiancee pf the plan on the part of her friends to give a surprise birthday dinner to her and suggested to her that they might turn the tallies in a splendid manner by springing a surprise of their own on the party This was to beth announcement of their engagement followed immediately by their mar riage VVPlans were laid accordingly andjlr Ellicott asked permission of those wnv were arranging the surprise birthdaj dinner to bring with him an old colt loge nia e who had just arrived In Jew York from abroad The man as characterized was lie Warren At K oiciock on1he night of the surprise party In accordance with the plan Miss Conrad was summoned to the Hotel Knickerbocker under the pre tense of attending a small Informal dinner party In the Secret she went to the hotel and upon being ushered Into one of the private parlors met Mr I Ellicott and her assembled friends j IVShe simulated great surprise when showered with congratulations on he birthday nnd told that the dinner and gathering were in her honor Mr Jenkins had been let Into the young couples secret a few minutes before anti with Miss Conrad and Mr Elllcott was waiting near a door lead lug to the private dining room 8ud dcnljat a signal tie door opened and Dr Warren with Albert Jv Fleldi as best man walked In Miss Conrad and Mr Elllcott Joined bandstand asJtbe others of the party Jooked on la amaze meat tmo ceremony was performed After more congratulations the en tire party walked out 5to the dining ropnl as musicians concealed behind palms played time wedding march from ixhengrln Miss Conad the bride who until her marringe has lived In New York was bom at Fort Randall S D wherebei father was In command at the time She was known then as the daughter of the regiment nnd both her brother being captains hi the army llas since ior debut been a figure d the military balls in Washington She wasuformal ly Introduce Into society there a few years agor at a recoptidn given for her by Mrs Nelson A Miles Among those who nttcndpd The stir prise party oath we ldlng were Major Gej Wadenndsevern1ntherrmy ofilc crs minI their wives B cause bf her rare lieauty MlssJCon rad has been characterized Us the glri wlthvthe angel face by sudh ark isLi and sculptors as BlashfloltV Al phonse Sjucnn Daniel French andcr sou nnd Chrlstle IiiBIashfleidVpaue DestMolries la Miss Conrad Is represent edvns n trlpllclty of angels Her face has been also done In marble by French Iu statue symbolic pf Amer lea on uew customs building In New York tier father Major Conrad hero of El Cuiipy nail Santiago died aboard Uie UniteO States army transport Oil vctte on Aug 15 189S Charles II Elllcott Is thirtysix years old nndia sail of H William Elllcott of Baltls more He owns large mining Iritfircsti- W the rvoft 9 I CJ e Proper Ver Ion Secretary Alison disagrees with iiose who say that the eleventh corn oandmciit Is to mind your own i cai ess pi ither diyttasocrethry Mit at dinner with a number of Srlendt 1iurtn ttieoivereatloi be let slp joinetiilnF which proved to be mighty j vmbapJssinsr to thf secretary Thiv test day he had occasjbn to reprimand l subordinate who had also let go of I rcmc hln that was to be considered Is jThej SleyciUlr coiinuandmeAt was Hehadj aotove heard the version that It was ibout mVidlnsr your own business 8 j I be secrevry vrote It out for him JICeep ifcur nwalL WbfltJ EUtabuecJ r I i CHESTNUT DARE At a Sire He Has No Equal r I 4 Sorrel Sfallipn t years old 16 han s one inch iigh a tjri handsome saddle and harness horse with size liififUand finisbj substance and conformation Tpis hors jiwiyi a successfUl sfiow horse last summer by TfiBnngi4 tisoVof 15 shows r w 4 HlSclts won first and second ties bv r all cxiripfeiita at our last fair defeating the unbeaten Cattleman col fn the Blue Grass Circuit j i Not pneof his three seasons of colta iaye 4ver been de EEfitedbya colt sired by a Waahingtqn county hrjw Eight of hia cOlts of last season sold at wemnlinirs fromC1AA to 150theVbighest price lot of colts ever sold at ais age by Any horse owned or farmed in the county 7 Chestnut Dare was sired ty Chester IMire 10 let ftam by Red Chief 2nd darn by Black Hawk Chief 3rd tm 3rinkersDrenron The Chester Dares are recognized by kll to be not only the hghest price but the greatest Show fanMty of hors in KentuMcy ana Chestnut Dareiatwdrthy son of grtire E thwihEand three times as much is has been paid for asddIs oir harness stallion brought into tdejCbunty s I kjthfe owners 5 of good mares to pakonize ihim so I can be iustiiatd m kee Mt J v solbyanyCHESTNOT DARE will make the setsofl at my isc 5 near Litsey at n fi oToJllSllreaLiingCoItp r 4m Istill have mysaddlO horse Lexington Prince an the saie Jacks arni stand them at same price I did last ear viz The horse at 10 and Jacks at 10 and 8 t i B BACHM4I CLOSE ii ATTENTION Js what I give to all work brought me and as a result lam able to GUARANTEE SATlSFACndil If you have a watch or cIk to mend or wish your BtESIGH CoRcT by- tSS perfecflj fitted glasses I am prepared to wait os you t f Jas J Graves f l MamStreet pppositft Presbyterian Qhurcjl j A NEW CHURCH Joi AMfmmtmm Wall Stari SreDap Creedlci rga1e4 A new church a creedlesa one WM formed the other day It Is the Na tlonnl church and has for its president John Augustus Wall of the Brooz says the New York Tribune Mr Wall is also the organizer TJw tnt meet tug of the Natloual church iru held at the Berkeley Lyceum theater IB Jfew York with about IdO men asd women present Meetings will be beW every Sunday afternoon at the MUM place from now on Since the church was organized Its name has bese changed from the National churckteI the National iBstitute work planned by the president as ha aniipunced It I wan to bulidj a church practically without a creed a society composed ol honest Independent thinkers whe favor sinking their own Tcllgrlpus difference to unite for more progress and Hore heaven rIght down here oa this Strug glltiff earth We will respect all belief but we will be bound by none of thera Th4 golden rule shall be our ideal aad we aim io make this organisation laitltu tlonnl Industrial and cooperative In clar acter Should our party thrive we In tend using our own united cash not fox missionary work endowment funds theological seminaries but to build pur own self supporting headquarters to ev cry assembly district along with co operative hotels commercial enterprises skating rinks bowling alley and eves bur own banks Insurance society and theater In other words our plan Is m stupen doug fraternal and financial one baaed oh the laws of scientific socialism We will advocate iT higher unselfish life ai our brother Jesus advocated It We wHl talk ot the unseen worlds but more e4I this one and sing hymns as welt asoylege patriotic and popular songs aaj song In fact which has a reAaea uplift tag arid enthusiastic ring to It I want natural not a supernatural church At1 as Napoleon encouraged every man ia the ranks by reminding therathat ther had a marshal baton la their knap tacks sor I want every man and woauia In the organisation to feel that they cas grow In It and It they have any talent as speaVor or rah lciiis or writers r executives they may as ravUliy as thef develop those talent become lleader ta our ranks I want every wewber to be a woricej 1 believe In the relhrtf week tab work which make you happy and cause no one else to sweat and rsga1 tS compete wlthjtgu Th lastdAy for jir testing creeds bu come thViawa ot ukl venal brotherhood Is here Mr Wall wants what fce calfa a friett day church On tM part e iW work which he intends to do k MT m a pamphlet It business Is slavey grass 9MterkliM or wicked as the efergy ofteN preaches then no employer br empl yee iio matter how high or humblee may be has a right to becosie a church member It the church which is really the cegr gallon is so dlvtoe is holy en u tey then Tsay when Monday OHRM It h no right tp let Itself clip late jreai J materialism again The truth to there should be no sUch thing as grass rlallsm any more thaa there sfeouM have been slavery befanr HM civil wr There should be ao such thine fa eae holy day 1T seven Each aadevery 4ijhould be holy each aa4 every ay thould be a time for helBtac0 utotker ilisiocleazreal lace eqat jrblte muslin round a Wttft tMk ds zceon it make a gie lat s idd a lithe borax asslwa tfc Jat 17 rubblii with the huibv ziHw irell and dry In tb5854 TW i tj ithice Itlook Ilka JMW Weakemlm Nn4e rt fa a goed thing to loMV IMt lf pits growdir and i4steJ fiwii w kK for some tirn they asyk rt iwfully freeliesed by akla lit tcktwarm water Thk kppMii M1 as- airk otzutz and it It mpcMHT t m y lampcovd- VVV kcfcTIT This combined stallion willmakf F t IayvLebetter laeap on the Danville pike iji wiis fro Lebanon Ky at j A 15 To I a Liy CoiA Mares trader parted iriti fi felts lasarace aml aioaes become clue at tiBM pf such transid tow Liiea retaiaed oacolt tilt seasoii Is paid Mares from a distaiife j raied at reasOoaWfti price Mares entnatedt will jrecelye our personal uttemtiOB but not responsible for ac Jdemts Br escapes s V DESCRIPTION r Foaled 19Q0 IS lands 3f iecbI j j a beautIful bay both rear aeittwJiite to ankle Very regj necka and ear short back fee kjigtlijr quarter large strong boot bat smOoth Beautiful and attractiyeb baiter under saddle or IB harBcafe Has been a show horse fro m a colt winning many premiums ii hames and saddte classes through Cemtral Kentucky ajwl other States wfmkiJ r secbnd prize int Saddle lioa Clatfib at Chicago 1906 His colj are 1e the amid Ith greaesVyj 4d finia Though ybung his co ts are co mai44 ing high prices anti vliife 4 nalossTV are highly pleased with tbleii j PEDMKEE SJfe Dfgulty rare N j J196IASHIL He byidkeUtorDar 10 hfey Black Squirrel 1h Dana Dora Dean No 2740 2d Ida by Joe Abdallah 3d dam by 3 aniter Den mark Or 66 4th dais W BlicK j HiwkrMorganjfitl dass jOliTerkHe i by Waggeaer dam 6 Dig liiy DaYe byWer lissont 661 A T B by iliiam Welck He by py dyk HajnbJetoBitt 5dda by Afealla Messenger 3d dam by jBill Verpwict ZMJA5RKS r We take pfeMwre e rj the Cervices of thisjl e joawf llimv tat theeeders oMarSo za4tjosa co Btiesi belteylBe he s S4IIOSL that will KV ct a cl ssssa that is HOW aft Ipvck sss b th a- Eaaternftrsk at th arast ti Utr5 tiFrIces to the breeikr We a- stktota IsspechlR feii Ij jourraareEs T I I v wmTEsClMfflV Ut 1U lEMfclt 5aIIuIwiTtNINLS 313owr zss odb7 Be CtOSB Drug Stmr r r iilBlIBTON t PI11DEHTENTIT ftTEETJI EXTRACTED c ff cr 1 IXHOyT PAIN 2 Ow o Hagwt Slock tip stain 1 J8PRiNGrIED KY fr JtA l iD n lWrk Strictly tr rjIt j iI f Firstclass 1wiJ C AllD- mi p Y Pkiciau sSurgeon V Office hours 8 to 9 am t 41ito2pmpffices qver Haydons Drugstore I 7 IJf Office in Opera House f t I o i OfltcePhOneNe S h f Residence No 38 ih t 1obIB t1 ATTOFNEYATLAW j Officer over BPIpNGFIE Peoples LDtBank ll P RoBABps M W HYATT ROBARDS HYATT LtI f Office over OW Hagan s groI eery opposite Presbyterian a church b J m W W Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON V0ffice over Havdonj Roberta Agons Drug Store = Phbties Office 155 fjResidence172 j JOHN YMAYSff fUNERAL uiKtCTORj oAMA LICEHMBAiEliA fapTELEPHONE tfrtt NIGHT TSPRINGFIED ns Kalroad Sche ulejIj Following is thQJtime schedule no Wih effect on the Bardstown Lad Springtield branch railroad ti No 41 Leayes J Louisville at e 43ptppt Bardstown Junction I i22 pm Bardstown 6O6pnF amv0sat Springfield 705 m seNo520 mj Bardstown 60iamcl Bardstown Junction 650amS rrives at Louisyille 740 am 7 No 43Leaves Louisville at 5fi20 am Bardstown Junction 9lDamf Bat stqwn 1100 am of arrives Springfield 1230 Pm St No44Laves Springfield a j lOOpmBdrdstownf220 Tn Bardstown Junotion 485 JUTarrives t Louisville 545 p4nSNo 90 Sundays only Leaves tI Springfield atj15 am Bards P t ton 8 am3 Bardstown Junction 845 arrives at Louisville t C9351amit j lNo 91 Sundays oiilyLetivesw JLiduisville at6 pm BardstownW JUOCflO 645 pm BardEtClwn- ff 78Q pm arrives at Springtreld 825 t roOri 1- 4to ibicct Shiopei s tj 3 wishftb state to our friendsi l =throughout the tpbacqo growing I secioub that we are not connect tgr i edj Urectly or indirectly with g any otber j Warehouse or ware nonse company a 4econduct a Strictly Inde pen1ent Toacco WarehOuse Commission Busmess and res of pecbfully solicityour patronage laf C A BRIDGES jfeCp Prpprie tOk Picke t Tobacco Warehouse i Loin v ilk By4o mo 4 f L I SHOIStt 500 Pairsat tID llkp Saleis now onandwiUl tcc ntinne until all are sold j Can give you omermarRbJ i trgains5 Ccme early and get r t cioice J f POB Tajlur it t 1 L HE COUCH 1ItlCURE THE iiUNG wtKDr Kings New Discovery IAMI 00 id fC Prk4WIk1oI 11 lFrH 1rW Mt Our tor all i TOWN W romnw Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I ndIt Millet seed The cheapest iin town a Barbers I FOR SALTcS b young milk ows fbrbyl Dr pebo WANTED to jmYj100OOO pounds of wool Wf S Gibbs Springfield Ky li you want lb9 LASt pair of shefp shears you ever boiigntt John Lily Barbers cant Ms B4L Litsey has for J y Burt Orphingto and Brown Leghorn egs at 100 for 15 Barred Plymouth Rock eggs j for sale at 50cents ier setting f 17 Mrs Palmer Goatley F D Np 1 Springfield Ky 1 have opened acash produce 6nse in the Camden building at Mackville Ky t and vyiil pay the highest prfee for your produce OL CDIJRY OTStrayed from my place n Pl asn1Rnna full blooded uro Jerey sovy weighing bout 200 pounds Finder will e rewarded by returning her toll a Canary yj STRAYED From the livery table of Boblii Bishop about a week ago a white gilt weighing lit 200 pounds Tip of nose cut Reward if returned to Boblit Bishop Springfield Ky Paint mistakes are easily de Avoid them by asking j or Green Seal the paint thats pure For sale by W LYancy Mackville Ky Sam Anderson the clever rmsr and deputy sheriff of the county is assured of a streak of good luck for the balance of the sonHa foUpd a sixleaf clpver the other day which he is carefully preserving as a token In order to jjoin the congrega on of thejChristian church in extending Welcome to the new pastor of that church Rav nk W Brire there will be no rvices at any oflhe other of the town oh next unday evening jMrWili L Uambron of thisJ place Bud Miss Ida B Hamilton Lebanon were married at Qharles church near St Marys at at 9 oclock yesterday morning 07 Rev athe Pike tie attend 1ts w jre Messrs enedict Clement Thomas amjiltpni Henry HJamilton and William MeelyThe bridal- oupleJe l t for a trip to Louis ville add Indianapolis Tliy l iltreside in Springfield r All tobacco growers of Wash ington county who can possibly it so are earuestly urged to at tjend the grand barbacue to be held at Harrodsburg Ky Sat urday May 4tb 1907 All grows who attend the barBacue are 1 t tMackVil1etYAtit i order to Harrodsburg Eve y ones in procession will be armed J flnth a tobacco stick By erdor the Washington County Board Control Hotel Changes A The new manager of the wi Von Hotel is to beMr C NObletteVOfJndiana last weeks NewsLeader dr ice has been in pringfieldfQr bout a ye rasl proprietor of tee Springfield Hotel and has nade many friends both with he traveling public and among the citizens oftbe community rRice has been in th hotel ousiness for anuncber of years and is thoroughly conversant with the business and we predict for the Walton under Mr RiCe management continued prosperi ty Mr Rice and his family moved in yesterday and took charge of affairs Mr Moss wilj leaverttiis week for Winchester to assume bis new charge at that plaeeS v The Springfield Hotel has been leased tband Mrs T P O Bryan who will continue to operate it as a hotel and Qaryaniandfamitysre house on Mahi Cross Street which basbensold tI If Successul tertainmenti W IIt was a well pleased audience that enjeyed varied IUldatrac TORIes oooo Viye musjdatl prbrarngifl a j the Opera House on llaD Fridayt evening Junder the direction off Mjss Sue Ray at thelieaddff the Mandolin and Guitar Club The performance given bv the miber6 of the club was somewhat of a revelation io many whoj heard it wno had perhaps nQt before realized that such good music iud such a variety could be produced from two instru mentsTbere were choruses iu rtettes double quartettes triqsj duets and solos galore allI sfiowing the practiQect hand and effecVofpklllfultVainingi The vocal contest among four boy oraded School as to ioflh fall the honor ofr representing the school at theI jGradcd School lournament aroused a great dealof interest The contestants bvereLec Slmms baritqn j Knight Haidy tenor Parker Medey i1fir ion afic Harry Shultz lassdIhyhng men all did XceedIijglywell and it5 was evident to the audience that the judges faceda hard task in awarding the winner The dec s1U was finally made however and Mr ParkerMecil y jl was cbosehfr first honor and t Mr Harry Shultz for second Among the special vocal selec tions which were excellently well rendered and syhch elicited Iprolonged applause from the audience were Cariss matl sung by Miss May Hay don with 1 Messrs Shultii and Waters and Miss Rayinchorus MrWillWa J ters rang two songs which weie well eceived one ingbe prize songin the School T Tournament 4at Harrodsburg fast year The Serenad by Shuberti foK wo mens voices was well renderjsd by Misses Laura lI Chordt Francis MArtin Sno Itay and Katie Ifertlein Miss Laura M c orpofLeQ hon sg two sOlos I e l onSongtt rd Sleep Little Baby of Mine fboth ofwhich were very plea iipg ind rendered in a voice of rare sweetness Miss gatieS Rices recitation The FaceGirl was a pleasant varie ty to the program Miss Ray ib and her assistants in the qntor sj tainment MissMartini and Miss lI Waters and others deserve credit fora pleasant entertainrnentg g Died in California Rejativea here have receiyed notice of the sudden death at Oaklabd CaM of Frank Thomp son who went to thatplace from j this Bounty severall years ago The deceased was a brother of Joe A Thompson of the Texas anighborhoodlate John Thompson who was accidentally killed in a runaway while driving on the Lebanon road A California paper con iped the following account ofv jioung Thom son13 death g1FoUowing1l frdm pains inback of his lhead and neck John F Thompson 28 years of age died suddenly i this morning April IS about 630 oclock at his hoine 1503 t dsrenthfornia Mr Thompsbn was ap pafently in the best of health j last night whenhe retired bisa morping the young man aoke and complained of severe pains racking his bod v Dr Dudley Smitli I was balled but b fOrehe J arriyeJ Thompson had passed away Hewas not mttrriedt andbh l native of Kentucky It Difficult CasesoI take an espe ijil i teFcstii in measuringand fitting jcs irhijch are called dilllcult I always like to hear a patron e 1 say thathe has tri4ii a dozen t 1 specialists but couldgetxnotb 1thesel i prove wearer They make him see as he never Udjjee and giye ff him relief froih eyestrain antI discomfort Jsecond because I take pleasuein hunting outi- coinpifcated defects and solv JnKdlfflcult prol lems I have a natu love for my work for ahd enjoy vorking out ititriv cate C9dQIS4 Thir be case snFcoI yhere others bay faijiea naturally adds tqmy putaiidn and helps m building sup5ny bas ness Ifyu have trietl to get gopdjflasselxnxl have failed I Want to see youeIfj4ucaii liielped with s 1IJa e nbt the sliglttdoubtbny j lHrtQ lltyou j N tCl 1 RUSSEL1 7 1I r clcnfitlc Opflcan c n1ngfleId KY il 600 rl a tslInf 1 tl tlw i iIt Sailors and Tailored Hats for Ladies and Misses S Pretty line of Childrens Hats and Baby Caps MISS KNOTTi2- fc 6pp Pout officE oo WWF3 EF O NAL MrCH McIn ire is confined to his bed with the grip Messrs WJEL Booker Bo- No and JW ReideJ lleft Mod day for a weeks fishing spree utTatham Springs G W Hagan was in Louis viUe last week on business W G McCbord make on argument before the Court orAp peals Monday in a tpbacc0case Miss SueJ Ray is visiting rela tives in Bloom field this week Mr anii Mrs Mrs Mackmiller of Bardstown were guests ol jMr ndMrsJ SL Claybnwke tne latter part of last week Mrs Kate Put ian and Mrs RisellTof Lebanon wjere Call ers in town Monday C iir srm left T dai1 to accompapy Vyinchester Phil pst Ashjeville N J where he will be jjunder treatment at PrJ Wiiliaol Dunns sanatarum for lung trouble Mrs S J yfocsk and children are visitinJE cvir iand 1lsWill Merrltt while Dr Smock is absent V v Miss Pearl Conner has e tuintd from a visjit to Lancaster accompanied by her friend Miss Virginia Goodlow MissesTJiristine Daugherty and Bessit1 Darrett of Bloomfield were here for the musical and were guests of Mss lise Dui erlSundayerl e ont college1 Harrodsburg pDent Sunday with Miss Elise I lurrettiI Mrs Jane Villett hadj it- hpestthisveek Mrs Thomas M attinglytofi Tibbadore Lay Mrs Katet r Spalding and Mrs Martin Spalding Miss Mamie Knott whjo has peen attending school at Naza reth has returned hoine J j Miste Mabel Williams Ihas gone to Fr Jbricks own to stay few weeks Miss Hallie Huston of Maud was in town iyesterday Mig Jennie Pettus and Miss LoVinda Peitus of Preachers ie Garrard county were too uests of MJ Joe Pettus tthe atier part fjlistMeek MisseRoeBUckner Virginia Lisle Nannie Dohoneyi Eliza Lisle MqGnOjfdV ef Lbanooab- endedMissRaysi musicaleTrir ay cvtinj i Miss Ada1 Woods and Mrs Muir of Bardstown vereguests t Mrs Nannie Lpachmans last week iIiMrf Will Houston and sister Miss Haljlie were guests of Mrs Hugh Stiles lfor the musicale Friday night j John D RbbcrfS who captured two medals fore Genenre in jus lass s at the Ke otucky i Sclio l f Pharmacy in Louisville dame iti lost Friday and has gone to work in trie drug store of Hay don Robertson He hasdfinish d the junior year ajhd expects toiretuitijiext yearand secure lhiSMr diploma John T GraycroXt and wlio have been living in icaJo HI the past eight yiJarr arrived yesterday and win mjike thfpf their home They twjlll njov in their cottage ro Hirs ialaavenuci next 1vcielrMtJ and Mrs Craycroft were former eitizenshere until their removal io Chicago and will be Ijeattily wbicomed homq by their friends J tNoticetlt I For the next 00 days we will wire houseg for electric lighting purpbsest at the actual cost of materia and llabpr Avoidi the danger of tbe caf oil lamp ex explosions by h ying4lCctr1c- lights installed itfourhdusej ifpringfield TVaJer Efectirie Light Co tf I DISASTROUS FIRE Early Morning Blaze on Main Street Destroys Several Business Houses Sprihgfiethwas visi t ed early yesterday morning by one of the njost disastrous fires in the his1 tory of the town and at one time it looked as if one entire block in the heart of the business part Of the town wOuld be destroyed By good wotk of the fire depart tment however the fire was con lined to five buildings which were almost totally destroyed The principal losers by the fire areas follows the loss being es timated buildingpgoods and household furniture buUdingI1500 damage to contents f500 Insurance 82000 on building alone WB Leach man stock of fur totahIydestroy John Y Mays undertaker stock valued at 2000 1ttttailpss No insurance Mr Maves also suffered the loss of all o his ac count books which will result in 4 great inconvenience anti mate riallJoss in collecting The building occupied by Messrs Mayes arid L cbmariwas owned brlJirr Scott Mayes It was valued at 2000 and was a total loss with no iosuranoe The building ad joining Mayes owned by Messrs I H Thur man and G B CunhiIgharnas destroyed Value SsOQPJJn siired for TOO George Baylor who qcqupied this buildtngJ lost practically everything He cnducted a repair shop below and lived with his family above Eje saved only a few arEicle of wearing apparell and carried n J insurance Alejc Adams lost contents of soAnfonntiThe old building known as the occupiedbyeverythingi was lost Nov insurance f byDr500 with no insuranqe wa stroyed Mr E A Cox dejj operated a phctogiaph in this building arid also lived in it suffered the loss ofsomeof his qnyiusuranceoI jeweler who also was a renter In the same building succeeded in saving practically aIL of liis stojk The next building on the east owned by T J Grayes was threatened hut by good work of tile fire hose brigade the flames were checked at this point Lawrence who owns a c rY1iathis building Yjconsiderable damage to his 1 by having jit moved tors R Bats and Hyatt whose offi arefon the second iloor also had considerably damage dondto their furniture by having It moved ircin the building S Its Wojth a jjj f traveling a long distance m to have your teeth extracted = I Without Pain or Danger 1 jj All work guaranteed jj LG CRJMEDD- I S 1 j Bardstown KyI jji J i t The immense stock of ry goods or Grundy M Intire who occupy CIebtiiidibgontbe- west of the burned district was carried intro the street and corise quently was damaged Ehe flames were checked before they reached this building Several large plateglass win dows on the opposite sideof the street were crocked by the heat from the fire Those to lose this way are cJhultz McEJroy Mo Elroy Shaderand Cunningham Duncan The telephonel exchange which is locatedori the same block was put but of commission by the fact that the switch boards were removed and all wires disc nnec ted One of the cables stretched aong Main Street was also urned in two at a point oppo sitetlie lire Manager Dicker SOD informs us it will probably- be three or four days before local service wiU be resumed Temporary quarters for long distance service have been es tabjished at the Walton Hotel rrhe causo of the fire is amys tery It started at the backof Taylors repair shop but whether onthe outside or inside is not known Mr Taylor who lives abbVethe shop sa s that he was aroufed Joy tn6 suoke atd toise of the lire and on going do Ivp stairs found tbeMnoice raging overthe back part of the she p He says there had been no fire in dayTlere of re placing the burned buildings withi new oies and although it is lOO early to makeplans the pub tic may confidently expect to see row of modern business thodses arise Phoenix like from the ashes of the burned district Springfield ueeds the houses and the location is a good one Notice Haying4ostall l of my accounts in the fire which destroyod my pMace o business Ixtrust all per sons knowing thernselyes iindebt ted to me will come forartfand t settle eitheri by note or with ca hr lave repted the stand formerly used by T M Burton Co and canT be found at that place fOyr Hagah Bros Store JOHN Y AYES Public Auction May i4 1907 jOnSaturday at 10 oclock at tqshop of Bob braves near the iron bridge on the SpI ingneld and Madkyille p ate we will sell at auction eI entire stock of merchantdise of JUA Johnson consisting of OOI pairs of4 en Women and chil den shoes of well selected sblidhather some dry goods notions harness hardware trace chains etc Dont Failto Attend this uctidn salenSome oneisgQ ing to ycapture sojne rare bar gains so be gn hand and catch tne first Briogyour dinner and- stayall day TERMS madekrown on day of sale J A JOHNSON spM Campbell Auctioneer i iix 444IMILINERY f iIN NEW QUARTERS LS j jII J4 I 4 I My Stock of Millineryl was unirjuied by tie Fire and has been moved to the rooms formerly tc li 1 dbMissKnoW i over The Peoples Bailk 4 Anew JJott of DreuHtswi1l beinl for Fri4yand- s V Saturday Am prepared to sKow goods and tike j orders as uluali n r W4LIAifSjI 4 j of1L4 Jt1 h Jui 11 s Tij i INOVELTIES NOTIONS t IIAND TOILET ARTICLES I ftIhown in the best things at I 4 i 1i 1Ii I f I t f Ribbon Long Gloves lit both 3ilI UdiEW M IISh Pqparo1orAiikindj Embroidery Mat of a1- sII Reme nberwedoembroideeystainpjflghr Toilet Ariicles carry standard brands in Toilet ArticUs s d 4711 White ROM Glycerine apCilhiIIWe Pears Cosmo Buttwrmulc Soap Cblfat s 1 Bath Munyons Witch Hazel ad ma y good brands of Sop alto full line TakM in Menens Woodland YIOIet Royal others SeetheTakamLKtsaXatScf i r i IIPowders 5a OurNotionSto R r i is complete We carry a stock of firtck SDili IPS jYou shall be pleased with whateyer you biy hit I Give us a trial v t C rj 1 J I The Robertson J Lf 1 CI brookIe 0JK i rh ay j1t1t1t J II NOTICEP t ijI 0 1 r J r f Having bought of C W Hajan U ilstockof Groceries etc wiB coitinw JthbtineuattheuiiestaiL Wiiy 4 J r i J kepfthadeafrk up4ott = stockof everythinf rood b0H trr a cOUNtY PRODUCE WANTED tt l i A Square Deallls MyMollor r Yf r r = Brinf me your Laundry Ir pr st J j = iI Lebanon Laundry Ask for FeIwstt 0 4 Malt Tonic and all kkick of soft drkdcs Y L ilIAi Call ForWhat Yu tlnt4 KL f iI yery Truly Yours 7 I 1is t jY j W PLAWRBNC1B t J 9 s J i Spring c1eanllfleg t j bat hanci and aH good bonikitptrs if7 want something new and attracthr r ttArc for the bone We bay VaryrfifiSi 4 jt cia 1rlme of llose 10 t i F II Flirilishifigs xT 1 l f 0 Ca pets Wall Pityer MattingSi Unorleums Oilolpths Lace Curtainsi i i and Window Shades t1 1 I 4 t C r I yxt f r t f 1Wettt 150 From thch p t to the fI V1iI f tAxministef and Tap stry ti IIGRTJNDY 0 McINTIRE- f + j cl1 Ly tIcane1t ritbsk- uit pj4rLabi sit3sok aS gQOtiuDi wPr NFSSYJb1 ANA RAT 4 Tbe 1 IIi tf1tttI iiiI mi oomi Its MVpiHM ppi WIrr 0cMuW Ckary Wsi alll rInd laths Jr I ftWIIIt T i The Antarctic Pole Vtf York Don Philippe svieiv Irtlthy catBtft exporter Jpll ArgtaViM iis gd frto1 malcea Sieeev for the Seuth Pole Heir J tjfiytd h re oaatIQ the pur Jj ffrMof conferring with Cam motkr Pr1i Walter Wellman 11A1tQsty Fiat iiMlotberswb f I hiy hperncini oajX f fpk rtocB BidEs the support top4Jie Argentine OoirerB merit be lOOOOOOtAtl1Ii J opening J i9i9 he hopes to JJ 4 beable to plant theJbanner ofl 1ttUte Astatine yepubjic at the 8oitb PoteHe will establish liie be dquarters oni Victoria t a 4 t gfaiyoymg meni11WhQwih itl riiiMie frjqm thec6I1egp of eipifiagerin lbf the University tpf WJeoosin this summer haveij bn eBjreged tto superintend foii gBgiitem fatuVes of the cMoe The headof theparty hii tlf nrlll tiotbe on the fieldf l tfttiJthti stations are practically paed w IJlJnth JilseY 1giiae Ud 1 Dot Philipe said r IiJbas been generally n- pr pceedby investigators that thej iJkIflda recovered in the Antar ICjcOetfifi are part of a huge flobalintnt of which the center is jsouth Pole This is aner tfjQeoiis conception I believe Zat the pole is surrounded by an ocean that is covered with poecentuHes old iceoughtIl sureItherei poleialitdf our proposed base notink will have tMjgiMHBe problems tbfct Mr ppryajid other Northern ex tplorers hcountered because t there is comparatively levrl btretch of ice itf the Southern ffegionr below the Antarctic cir i iiFl Iam ambitious to discover- ono of the poles before Feary ibr Wellman ceed Iam alsn p ambitious to show the world the wjirld that the Argeqtine Re ptfSlicprpgresiive tWhilehere I shall try to jbavea talk with Mr Peury and MrWellman I do not know tr Itfett their methods are practical Jand v would succeed in the Spuih Bpj well as in the l orth but I ojivinced that dog trains Withl J asIjefftetivtriibeans of makipg pro Irataward the goal as any F that have been tried With clear stationary strata jof air what obseryatibns may j BOtbe mdt the South Pole Vpf the heavenly objects with QI powerfull telescope May we not hope that Communication 7 with Mars and yehusmay be es 7 fablishrd or at least a better i knpwiedgo of these planets aiiie6Vfromth South Pole ri BIr For WuIDhn IDla ChIldren On accomnt of its mild action and wasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit jsP1up is sjpecially rccemmemled for VoH n and children It does not Jna ieate urgripe like piUs or ordin catbajrtics Orino Laxative rpftt jrrup aids digestion Uud atimu t tesHke llxer and bowels Wiitibut ir f1tatl them Rewenib r th nttme- TPca refuse Sub31 tes Sold 1t1 Red Cross Dtore t rTQ Oil ThVStreets t rAt the called meeting of the Gpmmercial club Friday evening Ihe1d for the purpose of discuss iiijgf the advisability foiling the t g streej in th0 business portion of the city the sentiment Was almost unanimously in favOro f fmdppting this m tbinlofFettling We dust through the summer mbntbs The matter was placed1 9 = 4 j jj4iseasessuch aspen odicalpainsirrgilanj jttYjdr ggirigdownsen j J headache diz i 3 zirtess backache etc Ei 1 W I M j OF in the hands of a rmmjte to ascertain tbecostand also to consult with the merchaiftsaboub 5png into the matter The committee is composed of Messrs O D Ttomas B Beeler and J LHilpp Abjut 26 000 gallons of oil will be requiTed It iis notknown exactly what it will cost But it isbeliejred that It can be bought for abou t four dents per gallon which with the expense of put ting iiton will amount to some IrQcessliastwice ydar it wili be cheaper than water and far more effec ttvet It is believed that ft will not Jbe long until tbe streets will be oiled and if properly done will prove highly satisfactory Enterprise BeKcfe MM and Drmifr It We are pleased to announce that JFoleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troublss is not effected by the Nationaf Pure Food and Dritgllaw asit contains no opiates or other Iharmf ui rugB and we recbin mend itas a safe remedy for children anuadultst Sold by the Red Pros Drug store i Tobacco Growers Barbecue Lexington Ky April 26 The big barbecue givenhere yesterday by the Burley ttobacco branch of the American Society ofEquity did a great deal tpward strengthening the organiial toni as well as giving mental and gastronomic satisfaction to a crowd tbincltidedatleastMen visitors jj The principal address Of the day was dehvered by Congress man W P Kmball T h e speech eloquently deliver d and very effective Trom severall stanJs some of tlbe best orators in Kentucky deUveredjaddresses Hundreds of growers skri d agreements pledging iheir bac1 co to the pool The parade v ali was a huge success abu t five tbpnsand membors of the SOcie- ty being in line and displaying groan enheusiasm The irre1 sistible feature of the barbecue was the burgoo This was pre pale byGus Jaupert who has nattonaLrenown in this regard WANTED GJentieman or lady to trayelforl Merchantile House of 2500006 apitalIf desirable the kome may be used is headquarters Weekly salary of1O9OO pert year and expen ses Address JA AlexantEei 125 Plymouth placp Chicago Ill V IAn Oaa Mnima Corrmunity Natural enemleR of the aijlinal woild are sometimes found Iyintf togptfter la extraordinary coniniiuiltleu J G Mll lais In a volume od animals quotes this experience of an observer On one oc casion when ferreting l bolted a fox a cata stoat anti several rabbits and rats out of the same earth The JoxI ijoltcd first after giving the r a nip across the bfeclc froui ihe effects 9tl which It died an hour later Next came he stoat and then the cat both ofI vhlcb I shot Then followed the rat JUs and rats promiscuously It was a large burrow on the bank o a deep try watercourse laud often hid a fpx vh l ferreted It affejnviird Talking Through a Human Body To talk through a human body aria pw of human Bodies for the matter f that Is one of the weirdest of Ihe ilectriclaus feats If a telephone wire 3elseyered and the two ends be held oy a person one iin each hand but far part It Is qultef possible fpr tWQ liidi riduals 1o carry ou a conversation through the body of the medium nr readily and as distinctly as If the ILus and been pronerjv connected otcrA ana fiat Plfictuf Dozen nun Isure judge we et the buns Vd at a bit hungry when wo VoI through When Adolph MunlcL with his statement corroborated tile charge of a ChlcagQ probation officer that hei and Theodore Klrsch had stolen and eaten fifteen dozen bun In one day Judge MeEwea liftedllils liamls in amazement The boys vcre accused of getting the buns fro J various baUery shops in their neighborhood It was al most with ndmlraTioh that the Judgf decided to give the boys aaotlir chance to he good i i BACKACHE 0 I svr9tyou for advice1 writes Lelja Hagood I l of Sylvia Tenn about my terrible backache and monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders I Ihad suffered this way nine years and five doctors ao9kII I my pains and now am entirely cured I am sure that cardui saved my life I iltis a safe and reliable remedv for all IIri1al satibns J a thousand J J 1 F1EE ADVICE Write us a letter describlnr ifl your symptoms ind we will send you envelopeAddsdIr J AdvIsorDepartmentThe nooarane J13 II tl 1 At Ircry Drag Store tl00bottles Try it 11 eAR glI + 7 Does Y I our IleatlJat i Yes 100000 times each day Iorbad blood bad health And you knowpre4iselyWhat to take tfor bad qlQod Ayers SarsapariHalpoQtors have endorsed it fojrifeo year- slone frequent came of bail blwxl ha luRgJili liver TbJi produces constipation 1oUonuiw nbstatrtes are tlieu absorbed Into the blood Keep the JsoweU wen will Arers 1ltls wr eby Ay er COLawe Haon Alio m nuf oturerscf IIKd 9 CURl S 11WeJuwre no feereti We publish the formula ofall our medicines CORN BREAD ondfleeojieet1oIof the flay 7 the Ilocitake Atid FIavncnL Vitb good inviil ni1ta cooli folIowlnftJ the lessons and traditions of regime delicious bread niay be bald of Indian ideal But we Have grave UlllInalas of the latter only a few rem The ash ikl of course must lnJJ ashes Tlicurc hilispeusible well try to produce a mint julep out mint On the other hand flaj jacks need only a well gre1sed frying bmlTbntthe pit n Into the alriiid making thorn come down hap citi the other side Ttit corn pone may be coobcuVlu a stove dr range i J The hoecake wits originally cooked pn a hoe in the fields and in the negro iibin A jskille xvlll do Well clj 1g11t Cor itj butjimist be well greased nt the bottom So too with reSpect toe or batter brcid As for corn muffins tHe appliances ot a range jde admirably adapted to theia iVis wish some mllllpjialre woulilf fit upi Virginia country hone In aiitcv bellum style and ainonjg other tiling havc1n ltd big ovca fiiepl ee a biaej cook in a gingham dress with aj aei bandanna on her ieadr and also linv Ia halt acre mint Jed an lIcelwuse aud plerl1lesrAnts and nil theordltaLrytab1e y ge tables When one of those old tIme h nod gardens and kitchens is mltI and the bojt and hostess baVe euterp4 Into posses ion wfdesIreto be jlstqi rl1il t PlIAhen could eat eighteen rolls hiill- bix eggs for breakfas nud cousuiiipti1 viiole watermelon botwoeij meals jHut alas it would be etisipr trf restore walls and open fireplaces thaa to OLfI back the digestion and storage of a youth thats goiieofa time ttl1t past and never can retUrnRiclatuond Dispatch 1 l HE GAINEEHS P01JU II To Do It the Actor pOiled theMlajf and Lot His Position An American qctressj wbp land toured In n0 S Inn II was telling ber experiences 1qnathere la a scqne in which the hero strikes tlie vllhiin who slinky away wilthout seeking to defend hinsellr One night In a 1Hrge town the youngxfellow deewdyescoundre1 re lUnnutl1eturlnlt l leading man before the 4I say old chap rye my ficee- tout in front tonight with her father and mOther Now of course they dont know anything about our business and lm afraid it ivould ratlier hurt mo with them IrI received a blowl hid got away In the usual cowardly fashion So dear old cliap cant you romlt th blow tonight2 CI tWIIlIfiuebyls Thats niP very w llfor joiii but hafdce I gtt nit of ItJ othlirgbut a bad iiame with the pow fjrs that Ic7 i Oh well Ill give jou 2 shllllitga jextra pr better yet yoii lilt me jtisnal anti Ill hit lbnckl Tlieyll fiU4j ime not you iml Ill glp you time 2I shilHugs besides You see how Im Hit nated shouldnt like the girl to me Hip with the character I play mIXj sldbrs are Jo funny that way so time cbmpaclSvns mude and that nlglil whon the hero crleil Sir Paul DeQpwator or something of that sort base ott9jr1ngOf a noble race talte flint l SIr Daninl not only took tbat but gave It back with such force that time Jut Jiichefir roset1t him includ jug his relntlves to be by marriage and be walked off the stngnln triiufepli am sorry to add he lost bra sltua tlon but lie grtlifeXlhte nQlutJ Purple Clothes ForMer The London tailoring jonnfal Mens Wear says thatpurplewlll be the fsish ohable colorl for mens holiday and lounging suits ihlsl summer Only lime rlchthc paper says ciin wear the Motbing because tliehifC of such a suit Is brlefr the suns rays causing the cloth to fade J General slmftcPP Fat Men Weighing scarcely less if not more than 4QO pounds Sbafccr bad n pro Ionnd aversion for tat men citbe r as enlisted men or ofllcers soit1letinvbehflSSlt TjuiImt they vlieeze they 2nort thmeyehiiil lucy grumit theY j groan dJeywutlIl they amlouc- hthirotiti lhiorhti Notn partIcle o- fgoavlnirrliI fat sol 1ersTI5 ntJ n6t- lutvaj one of can nrouM If I could help It f Er Lut erryou irduld not exattlj- iVcrt call yourself plight would you colonel ttn venturesome major once askcJ Shatter after bne of these out lmtirstISlight ol Shatter thuhdered l1rl reply UU njDl Ive been n fat Mibby old nuisance ever since thndnj T tipped Ute beam at oer 200 pjunds land right tlienI ought to bave been court martlalod and cashiered for 9ut rag yus nun tuallelotis fldfpofllty sir f6r standitlclu corpulence ii tbe preju thee of military discipline J5asblns 1lU1 Star f w j i c I IiT7II I 1 Jt JmJxrted German Coach Horse j tJ e greatlorseseason 1907 at farm of Richard Jjjurham toa mile east of Springfieldl on the Pleasant Run andLebanon turnpike ub i 18 To Ins re a Living Colt1 t j Nelson It is a solid blac IG apds one inch lhigh and eighs 1375 pounds He has good style atuj plenty of action He is sure to ImpartstrensCh form and size tohis offspring NelscnII was bred in t ermany by 0 V Altmann and was foaed in 1900 He was g imported to this Country Ur Dltmann T os Qf w fseka Ill and registeredn the Ger byGeneitbl ioney due en colts foaled or dare parted with Tare to prevent accidents but noV responsible should Hnyoctu1 i Hjorse owners and breed y5 are invited to call at Mr Durham farm andsee tins tine For furtter informtti orcSecretary I lWashijto l County Breeders Associationt i iiiTHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE CG8J3H SYRUP For all Coughs arid assists In expelling Colds Jroqj the ys tern by cently moving the bowels A certain reM for croup ajjd whoopinccoueh f uNearly all other arelconstl thoTJowels contains no Opiates KEN NEDYS The Red r Clover BIos i sam and the I Honey Bee U en every bottle XAt HONEYiiif1AR eo 0 PeWITT K CO CHIO QO U 8 a Soldi by Red Gross t rug Store FACTS IN FEW LINES r speaking french to 1iin0 a land rd of U lusspldort jiotel recenljy tbaigcd a giHstcxtniJn jjiisbllh Owing tto ttie succcssij of South At Vlean ostrich farms tlie fjstrlcU feather irnile In the f tidan stfeuis doomed Tigers appear to be on Ibe increase In Burma owing to tthe restrictions on ltjhb pbsscssloii ami carrying of jirnisc English capitalists am jgoing to work the undent gold mines fm the Alps to which tU6 Uoinans usejl to condemn early Christians 1rqbably the oldest of time many old clocks In Mnimie Is ojier owned by Dr 1HiuGIdoctor family for ser nil jencratiojis Britains nwy recor bie kliig biittli ulniIit l IG39 Denatured alc bolllusoil In a hal factpry atMnnehesl jr JEngland Tlie nmiufacturers use l1e spirit rccdvcr It and redistill the pi odujct In their own factory and use It rvcr again until IhntsetlUp jl sllvtricijp of time coiu n iinwealth period njelghlng throe ounces loO an nu o was piUd in LOJI don recently wle a Charles IT ttum ble with theY halUnark of lfiS2 Uiotiit 100 ajnoui ce Vury numerous a e ttte patents+ that fcave been Issued tI wotuonoii novel ties Jn furniture One piece which appears to he awliool deskalsepp u tokjsijin organ W niirpl 6 iqnjilpu Intiou an tnnotcik ooklng sofa la con Tcrted Into a Imthtib v LAttlrlt 1he Torrey Ate winder nllasjon clowil In Fliilttdclphla a nuJsti 41i Christian men and women bnrideid theniHelveh together ttul old sev n scirv ioes a week 1iio1 gonbaut ii n go pel wagon never tIlake iip a cclrefttlon dug the TOrt tAI xjinlep lhymnsl and nr nll versorinl wnfeen f f Morprnn to Concl I qiinH Shot Iattcrii- Dciais llwghn the rids 61ihm plan shot putter will be ntt1th1nl Coachjthe red and blue shot pMttcrs I ButSbasIytrslieoachng staff While he Juts no om cial connection lth Ppnns nthletlc tutors lro will assljt the men In ninny ways oflynn Ta Still lTc Tommy Ityuiymysi liujvlll qomoom of retlrjuiciit mijl fojM Joe Thomas If oho of tlid Frisco Cliiba Vlll linns ujj I woo pimrs6 tjA Question My wife tlilnW she vlll never find better wetowhaveI IumpdtThor jsay wlint n ukr you raIl yonr wife a pea mlst or ar optimIst eveland Presr v4r Even outGrandfaUhers knewwha- tBALLARDSSNQW r LINIMENT will do r A CONVINCING PROOF of tlio worth fa medicine Is the cures it can effeCt Every bnoi who has iisecl Ballards SnoW Liniment knows that It wilt 11 CURE RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFFIJO BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED INTIIIIANDALL PAINS i USED SNOW LINIMEEfT 10 YE RSJ V L Settle Richmond Mo writes This Is to certify that I havo ustd your Shw Liniment torl nIyears for rheumatismn l1mralgla lame bnc Otc and in every case it has rendered Immediate reiiek and salisfaction tJ Avoid all ubstituteThree Sizes 25c50c100 t BAlLARD SNOW J4NI1ENT CO C500S0Z Nlirth Second StfeetJ T LOUIS MO r Solid and Recommended by Redv Cross Drug Store Xna an BRANJjJkSHOES fOR WEARtj In our eevcn specialty factonedfcack grade cf choc in standard of excellence tor other trades Like a thacbnc each dcji1tzttVt mudo it8 own wot1c anti iin ucrfcct harmony rvery otter part f Our for mechanics iiiici- tuo i neati onappyctylc mat ia rontcL of lleather that i vcar and the price ia ri ht 1nRY MThER I DEAl R If5tT THEM rjJJJL tfJ g 1 fJ liJJWJ4 j 4 WE MAKE CE SHOES ytMY ornEF I1OUJ IN TIIR MAKERS OOiBlBLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO1 VNCORPOETZ2DJ Long distance and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennosiiee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great sectkon of th country We soiichtyour patronage Rates resoh able Equipments and facilities nassed ni JAMES E CALDWELL JJrlealdent Ocal I With chocc co with quality awurtj- loig 1FVI3 fNE IFnes Indiana unsur LELANDUMEWe7iA Vfl 1DWERL i 1 t I 4lH+44e+ lt- Th4Kt ofSctfs muliot Mpsich3id ISSL kmeJm t m ptep reey actrre Ics5Cod LtOSl HypCoipt and GiycerUe to l awl o F t tocetber frflittkivby little felk ALL pmjooitTSi soe AND sVoa DESIPABLE PROPERTYn VFQR SALE Y J k h i 13 D I AKFipReal Estate and Insurance SpringfjIdr4 I Sprlmgfi9Qarnclose to school house and church Price 40 perl acre Z dbamst1vot the farm readfor the plow Price 80 peracre Ue8Ifrp1lJSpringfield hickory good dwelling an4 Itarns well watereti onehalf mile from cboolbouse aad church Good tobacco laud Priceper acre 15u fro1llsgringlleld No iO108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres gOOd tim goodbathlargedwellingon railroad Price 3759 pet acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located J No 16 196 acres 7 miles from- Spdnifieldonj goodptke onel room dw UAUg barn in goodrepair 1 good stock barn 80 acres inkUue grass rest in cultivatIon plettyof water Price 130 No 18 174 acres 10 miles from siXroomwdwellingongood one mile from school and church good stock barn All outbuildings acres bottom land 60 rOth stone fence Price 32 goodthubertwo tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plentyof springs fine young orchard all kinds offruit large and small ice Jionse carriage Uoutbfcildintre new Price tOO No 20 250 acres nine miles frpm Springfield good Dwelling two rood tenant houses twov tobacco barns two stables 75 acre timbert plenty ofgrass fine orchard t30 an acre t No 21 flfl acres Rood wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles frolp Springfield Price 1000 No22 121 acres 7 miles front Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre No 23 1391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile front Maud one half mile from school some timber flUe tobacco land well fenced plenty Of water Price S35 per acre Nb24168 arei 3 mires from Springfield ort good pike one 9 room tooaccobarnshouse hen house meathouse cabis 25 acres of boittom land fence im good epalr Price 0 per acre No 25 248 acres 24 miles froaa SPrlngfieJdh8roodweIU i good at barn fine stock barn poxtO ft aN1r pining laid In cement wateria every field all year fine set of grass 3i acres of corn this year lio277Of acresS miles front Springfield 7 room dwellinff bars holds 5 acres of tobacco Sue well milk house hen house smok house orchardrwell feaced 8 acres ofbottom- land Price 1800 No 28 iobacres 3ji miles front Sptingfieldioaifoodroad wile fro pike plenty or tobacco land well fenced PIce t39pet acre easj payments No 34 23i acres ia nelson co aty on Stoner pike 6 niles from Bards town 6 miles from Bloo jfield 10 room brick dwelling flne stock barn cisteri at barn loft that will hold 20 tons oi hay small barn 36x4ft 79 acres ia timothy and clover 49 aqres ia corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicesthomes in Nelson couaty Price tooper acre All limestoae land No 35 225 acres fine Jlaed in the edge of Springfield Will sell asawhole or divide It SQB1etimbert well watered Plenty of gtass Cheap No36 Rouse ad loVsevea room dwelling bath room Lot 70x210 Stable coal louse and Cellar buggy and hen house Watet in house and yard Hot and cold water all oter house One of best aeifkboraeods im town WjOOO No 38 180 acres six MItes froaSpringfield on good pike Farm in grassjfoodslxdwe11lJtine stock water Ni per acre No 39 1Q2K acres good fear room dwelling tobacco barahold ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of tlaI her plenty of water both Stock and domestic good fence iae tobacco land 7i mIler from SpriaraeM close to school and church Ir3ce 30 peri- acreNo40 Fifty acres four room waterK1goodoutbuildings fine well ia yard 27501 No 41 220 acres seven mUcia from Springfield eIghtmiksIr Cebaaoa ctweIKbUU1tNever falling spriag ia yard mHk house at spdnlGoocl or chad Plenty of small fralt one tenaketobacco barn One stock barn wiu hold seveatyIve mules Buggyhouse- and all oatbuildiaf Rae fraav plenty tobacco lawL Threequarter of amUe front school and church Price 45 per acre easypayment I No45 1M ade one and onehalf ma114wellinggoodbarnoflocalfromSpriigeli metfntlerwellwapric J3750Hr acre good erNo 47 78 reSpringfieldre1obacco barn small stab4etiab4r plenty iJf JobacCi 18 acres of clover Price 12 Wi iteightpike 8 rOOM dwelllDC seven acretobacco harms plenty tehacc land 1 rood stook barn plenty water Plenty lj 5school1 fl frSpringfieldroomdwCliinpletitytobaccok orchard good fence fine 1Iatirc1oseto school two miles from depot 150 1peracr1fNo bl 152acres 4 miles front BloOmfield on good pIke iauCfJQee tObaccogrjngpartSireroomndweilingfive S of grassfluetWastet routePrice o N 52 135 acrsfl toom dwelling 8 c0tBcrlq tpt down rest in one two and thretye iNoPrice property on Main street city andCovlngthn a townproperty gtfieldlve55J tobaccobarnfrontSpringfieldtobaccoplentygrass Farm situated in one of tlie OneofWholefarmNb fA 265 acres 3 nt1ic eitcrfront Springfield 1 mile front Pike close t8 dwellinggoodl barnPriceNo 57 183 acres 3 miles NOrth ofJlackvUleoo WIllIsblrg pUce room dwellinr 8 acresfinepostswellperacre i frontSpringeIdacretobacco i seathouse f t orchard W trees fine tobacco lend t close to church 13tacres 3Ue 14tobacco ire t hams orchalPd pJeaty ef fruity plenty of lo landPriceOfbgrassftt IreSPdrooawe teisccenew sta1leew cH1Lcr J7house Be w01 stocic earn g elK e 75 acres of tobacco land dwU4gtobacco t timber farII allitt grass well water miltifront t tebacobarn fo 831 acres inKeli pe sIsty j IaMbplentyf tbatcofarms J f PriceJQperacre 1o i 4 121 aereSSJiu bMa SpriD 1ltiiQtlac pike 5 reese acretoocw1riInsilo house and granary Plenty lfruit 59 acres of flue totanetfvlMmV kecmtsPiesty tt auSp I ncrtbacbarnwfiJ1aary r Indtlentytobacco land Fieaty ot grass Prke fr4250Jp racre INo6tSplIdeMit reo welliafJ 5 acre tsscc barn 1t small stock Some tiaberSOacres e f tobacctf laINIGeM feMe AUtgrass Price per acre mossSpra5e44 1dwem te bacco bar jod teC bela buggy shed iind all esstbs1hdt t Iof flee bottom hwfc 75 acres ofKNIttt tobacco land aiM Umber Price 3 per acre Noe8 189 acres 8 reese brck- dweUinngoM repsir wtt feoced r iae river bottom Iai plenty eC timber AM tebacco 71MiL 1rIce- Operacre iV No U9 IM ncrs smaii JMWM to It river bottom laml plenty etimtci 1 aDdaH tobacco land Price 1L per acre acre4ttaLnto i iill tobacco l 4 see rllcia eoperKrea L Ie IWRu In the tassse wsn- tsswstpwssssuI ssdIs =LowiviSs IaUM ms 1UIIt dISkSSMaoisjl s ssi4 es p Iaory- in the South ud lii krgs plow fee torieatA the wedS s Ms S rioner- rtu lines LouMvUIsdty BEAUTI Fiji HOMES k oKr WMrtr vehon is KOOOOOOOQ It bee irendast park Iys tn the Uvsd St end many mae niflcent publIc wSand Bburchn and it hOlM onh WORLDS MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at t us school do THOROUGH work you nver e nwwi o a good position a booming en ttllrw e Louisvill time t41D CLaioisst- rOUISVILLC KY