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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 1 A SE SYOLXYNO 8fii yg 2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARY 20 1908 4 SfOOPE f i 1 1 j 4kF TRUSTY DENTIST PRACTICAL iSi Office over HayiUm Barber itt PM4J iroik at r8sonable pricestcr 1 IcIIIc 1RD1HECTORYf11 PJtMGriED county seat o- fWaiii5o Co aty 52 miles south el14ex1Rfjon 59 miles from of IfOwk iilc o Bardstown branch ol I4kirriile aHi Nashville uroad ra a iin lilfa i h TWb tC11Zjandth1ephOfle w tIIIoice flour mills lumber J1jEk P p4itUOR 1700 pojtlat10fl of ti- 0141MT 15001 H r MfltaitiYeiu Congress Hon tB Jl1 I1BlUdstowll Ky C- RepaIntatITe in Kentmcky Legis 1at1ite Eon W C McChordtE epaUtive inState Senate Hon t it G LLayiS Campbe1lSvllle Ky j3Ttyr1rtyt ClRCUITCOTeCircuit ourt begins 011 the fourth jio da fibrMtfjr jrOett IuTmarau Judge iomwnweafth At bjt Dar am 4 rRqbt T A Noe Clerk c MvG Leach aaterO1rntb eet of QUARTR14Y COUR r QaVrterir Court is held on the thIrin Londaylfl each month BI Litsey Judge iCICOUNTY COURTcTComntyCoart meets Of0utqI Monday in each mouth BIUtseyuge fiVjnTx George Catlett Jailer t aidey Osbourne Sheriff t Sam Al1der Dick Isham t v lHirbertEddleoan Depafcev j fed Masters in lJaes F Moore County SuneypJ tp OBryan Asses r lWritchel1l Treasurtrjobert jf iMontgonery Coroner o 11W Bush Supt of Common 1eboo1 P0 Springfield JCITY COURT 43aeRR0C Police Judge to John GracelMarshal ytlI W V Grigsby City rn m JUSTICE COtJRT tJILtICCApril July aud Jctober p Church Directory a METHODISTCHT CB ey G w Lyon Pator SerC Ic 3fl the Fh11X1 Third Sl1t1daV month atlia iand73O pmeacht Sunday School every Sunday atlOam Prayer rneing every Wedaesdaj t t aghtJ CATHOLICICHURCH C JKevP F B tu1enajPasto1Ser o lices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock aIm Services at St Rose same bow- PMSBYTERIA PHURCH Re vIt E 4 Lawson Pastor frwichlHE every Sunday at Jl am Hdat 7 pm Sunday school eyerw jinday at 10 LTh PrayetJLft l vrY Thmridsy evening at 7 ocJoch Is BAPTIST CHURCH pV KcTi Wo Harrison WilUama Pastor t Irachthg every Studay at a ft t aad 7 45 pm Sunday School even Sunday at 930 a Prayer meeting 4ery Tae day eTening at 745ociocl jr OHKISTIAJI CHURCH SRev WF Rogers Pastpb Ser vices first andlfburth Sunday SundaJI tJ30am i SVSVFratirnal Orders t MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodgr Mo SO meets rat and third Mouda 1 zckionthVWaskMfftonR A Chapter No S jce fg every secoBd Tuesday rigfid Council oS2 meets or erv fourth MondaySJLxiSKTS of Tint MACAaUSMeein i Kodol For- IndigestionOur Guarantee Coupon If BfUrMUctwotfckiUX a too bottle- of it has not beno jr t4ay money Try ihjrmiy eU Fill out and usa e i iitJt to tbe dealer atd die CeJf kfaUS to satisfy you ntiM ca tblrd of MUM 1 tWdtMlwfmirnoffiyoa bonebt k wi JMK 7 T s J8i tYouEatiradSo C DeW CCXt CUc op m YJilM3WS=LEADERf i r QUunVVVS iJW OBSERVATIONS iM l QC UES FOR DAMAGES We JQ notice that therelis great vcitethnt downBallard i r ounts among the tobacco grow ersandtheSocietY of Equity eople over a threatened suit for tlQacc9I Jf- lIt appears from a recent decision the Court of Appealsin a case sent pp from Owen coun y that tobacco grower who pledges is crop to the pool and after Iadsliable for damages for a viola m i ofl of ontract In Ballard county the othr day the Ballard ounLy Tobacco Planters Proit ctiye Association ordered suit filed against thirty two growers who itis claimed hive broken their pledges The total amount sued for is 5150000 and theS affair has created nearly as much itcitpmEn as the recent night riders depredations in that sec tion We dont know the cir cumstandes under which the toS acco groweis in Ballard county qf had pledged their crops to the s society but venture to say that y are differeuti from the state affairs as exists between the farmers and the pool in WashT gtor county Here those farmers whb pledged their 1906 rOps have wale good Their rops have been delivered tie Equity warehouse here and the farmers tiave been paid ve cents a pound and are waitf g pVatIentiyfor a sale whenB then wilFget ano her installments provided then js anything tleftpaid This is the state of affairs this county as regards theM 1906 crop of tobacso With the 1907 crop the circ urn stances aret quite different The managrso the pool for he Society ofd Equity haye fHildd toV arrange for any mt ney to advance on the crop and Ijiaveso announced those farmers hosepledges ey have received The farJers while they are not officially released feel that the failure ofBthe Society to makegoodVltS promise of adviijce money viPtually releases them from their promise i to bold their tobacco consequently nearlv all are hastening to dispose of their pdels wb rETSome ftbehwarmest jadvocates of the pool including some jof the officials ofq tbe locaV unioiis of the Societyw iave broken away and area getting to marrket with their oaccO so as to get the benefit f the highpricest rOOD PRICES Whatever DC maybesaid of the coidi 1Isituation there is one feature hich should be satisfactory toiiisthe grower who has a crop to liellpaid for the weed at the prest nbtime Prices on the Louisvi le tobacco breaks have ruled high all this Re ouand prospects they say are for a continued advance Local buyers and hand lers are paying good figures for crops and are getting iin about allVthyCafl take care of A representative ofa Lexingtoi l War house was in the county last week andljfgvve understand cuntracted fo1aVuiimber or bJgJ crops to be delivered at Lexing ton and at Harrodsburg It is a good johg haul to take a crop to Lexington across the country IIbut there have been a good many farmers fiom the northern and eastern end of the countyr VIP have made the trip being induced by the high price offered The American Tobacco LebanonIbut MrMoss the buyer ha I doclined to buy any crops that hive been pooled and those nember of the pool have bien c nieHod to looked elsewhere foram4rcet VVV BEAJCIT UP =Tje Irrcs t C and cionvictionor th negro booze carrier the other day as ho came in irom Baids itoVn loaded down WIth forty or fifty quarts of Nelson county licker shoVld have the effect of I causing sonie of tthelmpoters of wet goods jogo 4 httle slow r The negro was not convicted 01 the charge of selling hisvi and it would have been difficult 11tionproof developed at the trial There iis a special law againstS the offense pf bringing liquor into a local option territory for purpose of sale and itwas under this statute that the ac cused was found guilty Offen ders against the local option regc ulatioh will find that the law af ords them very little indulgence land pro f which would not bef considered sufficient to conj tIfor any ordinary crime would be found ample to send an alleged whiskey Jaw breaker up for life ts a yery good thing for a com unity that such is the case ifwe areto have prohibition Jets haye the kind that p ohlbE s Every good citizen evenc thqse who were opposed to the i locil option law wishes to seethe law enforced strictlyrVV 1tStdpjthat tickling cough Drii hoobys Cough Dues will surely stop ar djwith perfect safety It is so thoroughly harmless thatDr Shoops teils injiothers touse nothing else evenc with jvero young babifes The wholeb omegeen leaves and tender sterns a Jung healing mountainous shrub furnish the ctrative properties to Drj hoop Cough cure It claims the cough and Seals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chlo roforml nothing harsh used to injure r suppress Demand Dr Shoops ake ho other Sold bythe Red Cross Drug Store Distillers 0iEarly Day L 7 County Clerk W F Bookerk received the following letter rom bis old friend Mr Jack eamia which he speaks oft ome arIl history in Washing on county Mr W F BookertSpringfield Ky y Dear Sir Mri Bose Moore and t werec talking over he early settlers jf Washing on county on yester l ay among them were a con 1l slder ble number of distillers Among thetirst was Godfrey Grcgpry Daniel Kelly Tacky Moore Biljey Hays John RI ones Alex Hamilton George Connor old Honest Methodist illy Grigsbyj Peter Gontley Wash Ray Dave Bean Beno iles old man Billy Uhesser Bush Grigsby Henry Moor Wade Moore Jo Shauntvj WVB 1c akin John and Bill Mc alain Tom Prather P T Lao m1 Daniel Bishop and Hillary Gittings and others I do nou alltu mind These men made hiskey when you could buy it- t 25cents pr gallon or less l Everybody kept whiskey and t used it but did not abuse itAll n men were energetic ndus trious good citizens raised largel families from 6 to 12 children i As a class of men and women ill com oare favorably and I uiink equally with your present generation Now your cQunty- as dry asa bjne I hear thtat- tlecreeps in occasionly Well well what fools we poor mortals e Your Fqerd it J H BEAM Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Persistent Couqn Relief fQnnd at Last 4Ehas been trdubled with i most pecu liar and disagreeable cou hthichInvariably extended over a perioa ofI seveial weeks and canscd her many sleepless nights writes VIllJvHay tier editor of the Burley Colo Bulletin Various reiuodiss were tried each year with no beneficial results In November last thea cough again uut in an appesrauce and my wife acting on the suggestion of a friend purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy The result was deed marvelous Atter three doses the cough entirely dissappeared an hss not manifasted itself slice This remedy is for sale bx Haydon Robertson SungWoknanKilled Miss Maude Dawson twenty vliree years of age was instantly killed at her home near Tburlow in G ret n county last week She tws m company with a smallI sonof Mr Prank Bells and thee two were riding horseback Miss Dawsons horse took sud den fright at some unknown ob- jeCt and dashed down the road at high speed At a turn in the road the young ladys stirrup broke andshe was thrown from her saddle her head striking a r big beech tree Death resulted ntly The Bell boy ofI ithe neighborsi and the body the young woman was carried to ner home She was the daughter of Mr Sid Dawson and had beeu teach r ing school in Green county fpr a umber of years She also spent some time each year in Oklahoma having t knup a claim of 160 acres of land in that stat Her sadden and hocking taking ofT caused a palllike gloom to spread oyer the com t munit7 in which she had spent most of her life Gapipbells j ville Enquirer Save MoneY by Buying Chamberlains Cough Remedy You wilt pay just as much for atj battle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy as for any of the otber coug raedi lues but you save money in buying t4 The saving is in what ouget not what you payV The sureto cure ou quality is in every bottle of this emedy and you get results when yout take it Buying coogh msdicinc is an important matter Feglected colds often develpp seriots conditicns and when you buy a cough medicine be ure you are getting one that willC ure your cold Wben you buy Cham Cough remedy you take no chances It always cures Price 25 i and 50 cents a bottle For sale by ja don RobertsonC KitchenMinded This epithet is applied to women ho are too much engrossed l with domestic affairs The word is evidently meant as a reproachw No doubtiWere are women who give too much time to the itchen as there are others who give too little Whosull undertake to decide jjust how much a ime is enough That a woman should grow like the place in which she spends mIst of her tl time is not stra ge She might become parlorminded but m nv of us like George Eliotj enjoy o kitchen best of all Wlwt we all need is broad co act with life along with our specialty b n the Circle for February Commissioners Salec Washington Circuit Court Ky Iu Lke N Pity VS Iniquity Mrs J A Johnston c Dft Uy virtus of a Judgment aidV order CircuitConrt t 1J07 in the aboye style cause Ihshall proceed to offer for sale at Court House door in Rprinnfield Washington county Ky on- MONDAYFEBIItJAttY 21 1908t ulAt2Vclocktocthe highqst bilder at public auctionj pon a credit ofone and two syears the following described property to wit i A certain tract cir parcel of land Jying and being in Washington coun v Ky on the waters of Pleasant Begining g oughets line corner to A IthencI tWmV 728 poles to a hickory stump corner o Logston thence N 33 w 29 poles to a stone in the lline of same thence JJ 2ti2 W 59 poles to tcorner16 20100 poles to a stone in the line j of same thencoN 40V L5 321QO poles to a stake thence S 3S1 W 55 72 100 poles to the center of Pleasant i t rrslJIe S69JW lOCrtlIence S 43I V 3160 poles S 1U W 52loleii 19 E poles S 53 E 12 poles S 5i E Its polfsthenceltyCreek S4lA Canary on the north side of said reek the stone hjLing 21 links to far horth thence lleaving said creek N 07 E 2928 poles to a stone corner to same thence N 121 W 17 70 poles to a stone corner to same thence N 70J E i sametnence 45potesacres and 8 squarfe pples being the Canarybycontainsbottom land as well aria some ifine tobacco laud Amount of debt S35GL27 Interest 317J5 Costs 6775 1Ttal 394017 lJUrlchaser or purchasersj with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from havipgtheJudgmetitA BiddersmpromptlywithU G LEACHMAN 1C W C C Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preveutics before it 1 gets tde1ly seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets iis surely sensible and safe Preventlcs contain no Quinine no laxative npthingharsh or sicken ing Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were promptly broken Also good for feverish children Large box 48 tablets 2o cents Vest Pocket bpxesS cents Sold sby the Red Cross DrugStores 1V WILL BRING SUCCESS I Cantrill Says No Tobacco Crop In 1908 Wm Force Sale of All Tobacco In Pool r Senator J Campbell Cantrill president of the Kentucky UnionS of the Americin Spcitty of Equity was in Louisvillfe lastJ night He said that last week the Burley pool sold 3000000 pounds of the 1906 crop of to bacco at the price listed by the association and that this price was twice what it was a year1 agoHe added tlmt an offerS i had been made for he pooled tobacco but it wasI slightly under the hVed price and therefore had been declined Senator Can rill said that be wen 160000000 and 170001 J 00 pounds of 1906 and 1907 to- accdwere pooled and that the elimination of the 1908 crppJJ would make it an easy matter tocdispose of every pound of tobac o in the pool He said that the entire acreage in the Burley tobacco district of t Kentucky Indiana Ohio andt West Virginia was about 140000 acres and that a little more thans80000 acres had been ged 1tlycrop plan this year and he be lieved that by the expiration of acresIould have been signed up i Senator Cantrill s said furtherS thot the owners of futly 25000 i acres had pledged the a socilf tion that hey would not raise crop of tobacco this year butthad not signed a contract toa that effect and would not but i hit under no circumstances would these men break even 8t verbal contract Be said tne only men who htdtso far held out arid refused to In sign a contract noc to raise to a cO this year were those who were net iin the pool and had c disposed of their 1906 and 1907 rtps at a big advantege due to O tile activity of the American Society of Equty and that because lOt that increased price they were ith favor of a crop this year Senator Cantrill said the ques ion of whether or not a crop was to be grown this year would ave to be settled defini ely within the next thirty days as the end of that period it wiil be ime to begin operations if a rop is to be grown but lie aid that from assurances receit ved by the committee in charge ofthe work of signing up con tracs it was practicdlly fore one conclusion that the crop of tobacco throughout the Bur lev district would be eliminated his year Times A weak Stemach mens weak Stom t ach nerves always And this is also rue ot the heart andkidneys Its a pity that sick ones continue to drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys The weak nerves not helpImany sick ones It gokd direct to thetcauseof these diseases Sest this viIal truth and see S9ld by Red Cross Drugstore Jack Chinn Col Jack Chinn of Mercers fueling god over the reciept of the neWs that FeJeral Judge Cochrm had ruled that the bad no jurisdiction in the 25000 damage suit brought by Co Chinn against the Dan Kidney Is It Your wn Hair O Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an introt duction May the acquaint ante result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair I Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and let rid of your dandruff The beotkinLof ateitl OHl I Sold for over sixty yw XMeItTroA I08LeweUtxA Also VIyers SAUAPAIILLA PILLS cv PICJIIM 4- 4k5 Pill Company Jude Cochran rules that the ca eis one for the State Courts andfhair it wiH have togo to Mrcercoufl y for trial it iio needless to say thatJt Vas nut Col thinn who endeavored to take the action to the Federal courts i 4 Sometime ago Col hinns picture and an alleged testimon ial with his sigU tore attached was used to advertise theDoan pills Col Chin in the testimonial was made to sav that he had tried them and found them splendid ior the purpose used Now the truths Col Chmn says that he never took a kidney pill in his life and what is mor to the point he did not givethe company his picture autograph and the alleged tesi monial The colopel instructed his Jawyer Mfcsars Gaither and Smith to slap a suit on the company theflrst time its agent was caught in Harrodsburg The timewas not long coming and the action WitS filtd The people immediatly sought to trrV the case to thY eaera court alleging tha they were non lesld nts of Keniuoky Judge Cochran rules however hat there are no Federali ques ions involved so a jury from the good countyof Mercer will L in judgment on the case 1villa Advocate t SV100 Reward vThplease v to leafnv that there is at least one dreideft dissaase tbat tl jitsj Catarrh Cure ia tbeouly p3t1L tive cure now knowu to the medical1 frattrnity Catarrh being a contitu tional disease requires a constitntion l treatment Halls Catarrh Cure isx taken internally artinff directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of he system thereby eestroying the foundation of th6 disease and giyinga the patient strength by building op he constitution and assisting nature doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative a powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it falls to are Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo s Sold by all druggists 76c Take Haljs Family Pill for cod stipation Valuable Horses Bped Lebaron Ky Feb 15The- i training stables of Wade Rich i ards loc tedat the Fair Ground one mile from this cityI were destroyed by fire about 7 oclock tonight thgetber with head of tine borewAmong the horses destroyed a were Quickstep a harness stallion valued at 1000 andt Marion Chef a saddle stillioo rhe remainder were sale horses valtipd at about 200 eachsThe total los will reach 6000 with irisur nc of about bal that anount The origin of the fire is unknown Ask Yourself the Question Why not use Ohamberlaius Pain Balm when you haye rheumatism We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfactory On app ica ion relieves the pain and many havebe permanently cured by itsii use Pain Balm is a liniment and is applied externally to the affecLd parts 25t and 50 cent sizes For I sale byHaydDu Robertson Surplus h Auditor F P James has pres pareda statement the financial condition of the state and will submit it to the Senate Ittshows the amount of unpaid warrants out at the time of Aull ditor JamS taking rharge and satisfied by him the first day hett was in office The balance in favor of the state is so small that that ft means deficit before Jl the end of the fiscal year The point James emphasizes is that c while he has been in office but 25 days with no expense other than the current ones and tbt3tt amounts paid out on accouutpf the legislative session to date the surplus of 1800000 has disappeared In fact 400000 111warranProXlmately Hand Wqtjj A single man of exemplary character to work ona farjn For particulars address 1 Wk H TDMRY rr4 1lcctHmb li 1 r i i I akh j i I The only Baking Powder nade with Royal Cream of Tartar insde from grajesr Injures healthful and delicious foodfor every almnandpliospiurteif Ymt Fair View m Gorge ftllw sinLouis9 il1ea4ediy lat week his wrk 5th hec daugKler James 1nyax x Preston Moore is out agaiti after a bad Case of throat trouble Tobaco hauling seems to be It e iuer of the day Tbere was ttt nice crowd out to hear Kbvt BeNighfc preach Suu day There WltIooe preaching t Nevf Hope every first and hird Sunday Mr Thomas Hines isspending few days with relatives at Booker I Lounie ifmton of Taylorsville pent Sunday w1thfr James Truax Maurice and Clyde Carney pentSaturdny and Sunday with their grandfather at Polin Art Giten iud Lafe Cacneyf Of Fairfieldvisifed here Sunday night Mrs Joe Bodiape Mrs Ada Moore visited Irs John Steven son Monday Baby Halld 7 lllget into mischIrf often it means burn or cup or eofild Apply Balf ard s Suo w Llnimerit just as soon a he accident happens and the pain will be relieved while the wound wit ji heal qiioklyanduic ly A sure cure for sprains Rheumatism and alt prLIsVFrice 25c SOc and1Q0a bottle Sold by Red CroksiDrufffettre Tc31sII i Mr R E VVliftyteyof this paces in Lyaisvill athis daughers Mrs Wiggftgtons Mr Hubert mberln wife dud Ktile daughter of near Penick were visiting K vR- L Purdom last week j Miss Mattie fjgg9ily of this place spent atnifday and Sun day with Mrs Jo 13egg rly Mr Sidney Wha vne of this place ha gone to Ardmoreln dim Territory where lie will tay for several months Mr CharlIe Brady of near Spripgfield was here Friday or business MrJollQEeterson Mr Hil laid Mr Charlie Rope and Mr KimberHn w eeht Louisville this week to sell tobacco J Mr Charlie K mberHhljas deI livered h s tobacvo to Mr Moss of Lebanon for vvhich ne re ived twelve and a half dents a ppurd fVf bspace is very sick J Aunv Nancy Gocanon her JsJ yery sick with grip ut lei cldughtersi Mrs 3 U Arnolds iMics Edna 13radj is veny sick wiCh5ia pgthiswcitingJ RevR Lflurdoui Ijas had it relapse of this grip and v as not tt abletpattend church tBeth1 hem last SaadJ c i wi11rng As newsis off sc h 411iStW ejj 4S55Gthss Siio PJIfS ti SUBSCRJ71fJj 101 lEAR 91 ROVAL Powder Srape dayf FMrs get iired1at rtlief I rpsM Marion Circuit 5VCourt j SV4V iThere hasbeen but two CMtotried in the circuit court dnritg the past week Toe tillt suit that of TohnB Myres saintWm Ai Brown chief of polio ifori500Q damages for JJecW assault was finished Mortar 6 anc res ul ted in a verdict for theV defendtnt Myers alleged that the chief of police struck him r one night vyithqut provocation at the depLt shortly alter aiightmi from the train In addition tp sufferipg for several days from r the wOunds he was grtjally e hruojihated and soughtdajo The damage suit ofT L- ayneagainsttheLNRR1 fd Co for 5000 on account of in jjuries which he received in all t ghting from a train at the ata i ion in this city som tine ago ctoccupied the time of the court for three days the put week It was given to the jury jeateriay morning Jhe jury however was unableaoreuh a verdict vIto court it was hopelessly hung TJiii jurors were then dismiastd aud tile case will be heard agaim jitfxt term of court Thecae ia3 beentried twice heretofore rIle first trial resulted iia a huig jury and at the second trial Payne was awarded 1500 pSAppellate court afterwari re eversed this verdict making a hi d trial necessary Tbe sitof Harry IDCMtJ ifc t Sjo against the local telephone Xiompaoy for 22000 daiiafta S vas begun yesterday ad wilf Joubtlessj not be tinishad before Saturday Laur fei Hays was yeefctrdaT 3nppoin1ed administratrix of UaJ t jstate of her husbani H B Says She gave attorney 8 M Peyton of lizabethtow W r I lVasservice yhisof the L arid 1laa kt 4f from a rapidly moving fJcar Siuce our last issue the grawl V jury has returned 8t iMlictiMAU 76 of which are for elliftjf iiqi cr without license three for get tingmoney UAfcr fitfw yre4ea i tes 3 for breach fwpIM and2 t for carrying coieeaied a 1deadly weapon Th grai u jury expects k co pJ U iu- J work thi week A Tbeis1 iWM J ibergpf true bills retwnNd 2D5 prae sure The W toe selling laor witboejl jieean- t were apinat Meeller Wattenli Kobert ihe well kmmjt iMillns Enterpriae rf f- 1fw z i a ll httj inelalicholy psebaWy l an inactita liver A id iuuiii1one C9SS and IrriUWij aiMMtJ land physical prWMMwi v suit dtsatrousiy r Dallarda Herb4ii iItMkwIs to the jfecf ct iluir rgi If yon ire hlu d oat o Ab- ofl today A pGIs WI- Iqui C c 1i4aks coMiisIlss sIt andfeveradalliivs iI a Soldl by the Hod CIOM Drmf VTt rwtI HE MEWSLEADER r PtTBUBUD KYBKT TKUBSDJLT k SPRIHGPIELDKY 1tLIJVISON JJ THURSDAT FEB 20 I 8 1 k J vv How Jongrthegood ptoplp of r tucks o stand t r these might rider outrages that are a I tkame and a disgrace to the State and virtual admission to the world that Kentucky is in capable of self governments It 1stbtthe whole state is to be 1I1det suffer the humiliation a that is reflected by these lawless acts and not asm 1 portion of her ctizenahip is put into actual danger of vioence by them All this because of a conflict between two gigantic truststhe tobacco manufacturers on the one side t and the tobacco producers trust I on the other In the passion of COt11iIc between these two rnter isthe Khta of ojihers who Day not be interested in the I result tore J totally disregarded The4imwfl1 surely come when ihepeople will calla halt These y midnight marauders who started I out under the pretext of fighting the tobacco trust have developed into regular organized bands of lfuklux who under their c ward ly disaruises apparently stop at nothingand barn burning horse whipping and even murder are Almost of nightly occurrences in certain sections of the stale i The LepslWe official law making body of our state is in session and one would naturally look to Jt for releif or at least for j some sign of protest against these r g sbutOur worthy legislators are too mu hoc u pied with filibustering over the temperance question and the election of United States Sena tot tq heed the cry of distress from ihe people in the kuklux infested section 6fthe state AFurthermore to judge from the 7 7chracter of some of tbe pro pjsed measures now before tha legislature no releif need be sx pected dJrom that source Indeed Ss3rne of the laws which certain members are seeking to 1vej enacted in connection with this tobacco question would be about as disturbing as the field operk tions of the night riders Un fortunately so many of our legis latorsowe their election to their sympathy with the growers side of the fight against the tobacco trast that tbeyfeelin duty bound to do something to make I good theirjpro election promises Unless something is done to put a check on tha drift ot affairs theK tobacco Jndustry Cof Kentucky 5 rom bingo valuable asset is in danger of becoming a menace t the peace if not to the business imerests of thestate The Kentucky egis atu e ad jouraed from Monday until Thursday out of respect to the memorvofKepresentauvHVirfirit- v i McKnight who flied at the Capi til Hotel suddenly on Monday morning McKnigbt was one ol the Democratic members wh refused to support Goy Beck hiD and his death may have jBDme effect on the race for U S Ssnator A special election will be alled m Mason county t elect a successor to Mr Me Knight and a warm contest is f looked for owing to the iirqpor tance of the vote Much excitement and a warm 1uiM jjite igeherally is predicted err j New Gastle off Saturday when tlere will beameeting of Equity 8 xjiety farmers and also one of th tnti Equity farmers Much 0 bitter feeling has been arous di bit etn the t two factions To irow OT riot to crow tobacco ir f 1Bjuiona issue with fJ3 t3eientiment about equally di t Jfiii iIAI fRepublicans tate Centiatt CfHaaitte has calleda State tr CoQTtctkmto be Tield In Louis Tin M3 6 for the purpdse ol l teoiinf ci1ecio1h Nation 1 Oeorentioo A reorfamiKition of the party machinery will also be made as is the custom every If ur years 1 Everything takeninto the stomach s tell tally within a cje- rtain time When you feel that yjour Ithefogested Take good natural digest ant that will do the work the digestJ ivejnices are not doing The best remedy known to day far all stomach troubles II Lodol which is purnnteed to give prompt relief It is a natural dlgestant it digests whatyou eat it ispleasautto take ana is sold hereby the Red Cross Drug Store t Smoky Valley feryrainyTobacco stripping seems to be the order of the day IMr L M BOman sold his tobacco to Havs Berkhead for 7i cents f Mr A 0 Anderson sold hjsj tobacco to Good Lett Price 9c t Mr J A Hardin sold his to fori9djsold to the same party for 8J also Grider Bros to the same company for12c We are glad to say Mrs Mattie Dragoo and Mr J A Hardin s little boy improving L M Horaao Ray Foster and irltobaccoirl Mj Ed Sagracy s pld his to bacco to Mr Hartwell Etbiering ton Puce 9 cents Mr W P Cheathams school last Friday At times when you dont jiel just stomachIdigestion not something that will stimulate for aHlme but something thit will positively do the very work that the stomach performs under or dinary and normal conditions some thing tbar will make the f006 digest To do this ou mut take a natural di gest nt Jike Kodol For Dvspepsia Kodol is e scientific preparation of vegtabla acids with natuial digest ants and contains tile same juices found in a healthy stomach JEJach dose will digest mOTe than 3000 grains of good foodIt is sure to afford prompt relief it digests what you eat and iis pleasait io take SoJb by he Red Cross Jrng Stor- eWiIIisbur Mrs Mary J 1e Birch died Tuesday evening Lagrippe was herItheIShe leaves six sons and four daughters to mourn her los Another home has been roboed of its deal est earthly ties the church has lost a good member one that was ever ready to do her part Sh was a generous woman who delighted in doing good for her neighbors We deeply sympathize with the be reaved ones and pray that G d will bless and comfort them WIth the thought that their mother is enjoythereserve for her and they cn so live that oneday there will fa a happy meeting with mother where partings will be no more We miss thee from homa dear mother We miss thee from thy place si f A shadow oer our life is cast We miss tbe unshlne1 of thy face We miss thy kind and willing hand Thy fond and earnest care Our hOne is dark without thee WeTmiss thee everywhere A FRIEND VO Ontj Thats the way you feel about the lungs when you bave a hacking cough Its foolishness io let it go on aud trust th lucttto gtover it whet BaUardSj Horehoui1d S rUR will stop the cough and heal the lungs Price 2Sc 60c and 100 per pottle So1d by the Rod Crdss Drug Storei Harding hapelII i Mrs James Anderson spentt one day last week with her isI ter Mrs Kate Winter Miss Ada Penwick has fe tuined home after a peasant M1sseslFenwick IMr Aithur and Carl Fauth spent Sunday wuh Mr Harifprd Logsdon Austin Clark Ray Logsdon R P Lanham John Tobin andIll Will Buckman have sold tobacco for which tney received from g to 11 cents a pound Mr and Mrs B M EppeKou yisitea relatives in Fenwick Saturday and Sunday Mr Edward Fenwick andI Wallace Adams jjof Fenwick sere in Ravwick Wednesday and Thursday Misses Adray Canary and Maggie Hiatt spent Wednesday with Sadie benwiek ot FonwickJ Mr Will Buckman of Simm town was in our midst Monday The people in this commun ity are all about through ping their tobacco stripI THE ROSE U D C Entertained The members of the May Paris Chapter of U D C wer entettained by Miss Nellie Qreene on Saturday February 15 The program was brimful of interesting things from open ing to close Mrs Carrie Dur ret presidedas president during the absence of Mrs Oscar Walker Bonnie Blue Flag a chorus by tbe Chapter was ren dered A spicy paper Hunker fiill by Mrs Palmer McElioy was well presentedt and gave facts new and interesting Five important battles were given by Miss Myrtle Price in an excellent paper Mrs Durrett read a well written paper of war reminiscences which was followed by that lively southern air Dixieland beautifully rendered by Mis Nellie Greene The minutes full of interest of the preceding meeting were read bv Miss Anna McChord the Secretary Miss Elise Durrett gave p fjeiutiful reading Sent to Heaven in her usual winsome manner Refreshments were daintily served The May Paris Chapter iis composed of enthusiastic work ers and the meetings instructive and delightful soially Th f nvxt meeting wil be with Mrs T Scott Mayes D f Millionaires and Aristocrats The millionaire becomes an aristocrat when he forgets theres comfortt In the kltchen Manchester Union I Ii I othBgg Btt 1 Seeds 1 I Clover I Sapling edr Alsyke 1 Orchard Grass I Good Best IiLIir I r Timothy IIRediTQp Blue Garss I == Purity fid tow Prices I MUM BARBER L f 1 ftfcM Sale On mypacc one half mile from Springfield op Booker pike on Feb 29 Will sell 4 good work horses 2 cows sow and seven shoats 1 two horse waOonwod hay frame cuilti vator andtwo plows AH sums utder 10 cash over that in 6 and 10 months Sale to begin at 1 oclock Mattie Salisbury d An Uncomfortable Moment Perhapsthe most uncomfortable moment In a mans life Is tthat one inI which he takes a seat In a box at a tplay and sees his employer sitting In t an orchestra chair among the ordinary people How to Treat an Enemy If you dont like a man eat oatmeal and bide your time there will soon ha something the matter with his kidneys and his funeral procession will go by It doesnt take long to get rid of the best of us Atchlson Globe rlE GAINED HIS POINT Do Itth Actor Spoiled tho Play llTo and Lost His Position American actress who had toured England was telling her experiences and related an Incident that amused her She said In a play produced In the provinces there Is a scene In which Urn Jiero itrikes the villain who slinks away without seeking to defend himself One night in a large manufacture town the young fellow who played the deep dyed scoundrel remarked to the lending man before the curtain rose 4I say old chap Ive got my nocee out In front tonight with her father and mother Now of course they dont know anything about our business an1 Im afraid It would rather hurt me jvlth them ifII received n bt wand got way In the usual cowardly fashion So dear old chap cant you omit the blow tonIght But my boy the management will fine me 2 shillings Well Ill pay the fine 4Oh yes Thatsnil very well for you but what do I get out of fri Nothing hut a bad zme with the pow ers that be MQh well Ill give yon 2 shillings extra or better yet yon hit me as usual and Ill lilt back Theyll fine me nor you and Ill give you the 2 hillings besides You see liow Im sit anted I shouldnt like thp girl to mix tee up with the character If play Out aiders are so funny that way So the compact was made and that night when the hero cried Sir Daniel Deepwater or something of that sort base offsprnt ofa noble race take that Sir PunUI not only took that but gave It Imrk with such force that the pit In eifors ent Him including his roliros to be by marriage and he wal off the stagMn ttlumpb I mil surlY tto add he lost his situ don but ne gained his point Always Around Stranger I ser this hotel Is advertls ed for sale with flxhiresl What are the fixturesbClerk Two dudes one broken down nobleman and seventeen suinmcrgirls St Louis JostDIspatch Revised Version City Boatder Whats that old adage about enumerating young poultry Farmer Ceehawpoit count yoro chickens till after yew have pizenjJ tu Ole cat Detrolt TrfhijTus Change of Diet Good For Horses When horses are not thrifty it may be attributed to sameness of diet A pint of linseed meal three tirnesh week will loosen the hide and the anima will soon show the effects of such a addition to its food If the bowels are moved too freely by the linseed lOCI reduce the supply Linseed meal is harmless and no danger will restili from Its use but Jt should not be fed too freely to mares with foals Cur rots should also be given In bounce tiou with linseed jmeai1 AndI last but not least dont forget a constant nail thorough use of the curryeotAb an brush Farm Progress oiMOte manure When tin manure is exposed to tho action of the elements and th leach Ings allowed to drain away It rapidly decreases in value Experlmci ts con ducted to determine tim facts ave iu fthirowiiIntouctlon of the clumcn h will lost nearly onehalf of its valuable fcrtiJIzI jg oii Ptijtucnts In the course of six uumti und that any kind of manure even JH a compact mass when so placed thrt alf water flUng upon it quickly runs through and offsusfalns a considerable loss though less than the former case nt2rfbertIort piobetand leaching and supplement it wth commercial fertilizers after It is ap plied to the soil Humus In Orchard Soil The humus loosens the soil particles which in turn increases its water ca pacity The humus Is essential forIthe growth of the beneficial lnctdlin ot the soil One of the most iuiilor taut parts that a cover crop plays Is Its ability to change chemically tllltcompounds In the soil and put them lian available fonn for the trees Tin cover crop gathers digests and tunw over io tim trees the olant food whirii It has storwl Uses For Balt Save your salt bags Bl91Ion a single threadthey ripped apart and When washed serve for a variety of purposes Though strong they are usually loosely woenIso are especially upeful as strainers InJ the preserving season Two medium sized ones stitched together make- the best kind of a jelly bag All sizes are useful as coverings for fruit in vegrI tables or anything that must not be covered tightly and yet requires pro tection on the pantry shelves or In the cellar In fart their uses are so vari t ous that It would bo difficult to enu J aerate themdst Hor EflUsinndreverlastlug picking flaws lu your IietIj bors Wife Thats just like you You pleas1IretLvepr it Dr Wearers Bymp uad Cerate Hmtittul tiMiMttil for blood md tln dUcaM =HINTS FOR FARMERS About Sheep Dont keep your sheep bouse asclosa and warm ns a dairy barn says Farm Journal A sheep barn should open to the gLveiLlelays Keep the pens dryand well utt redIFeed with perfect regularity If not fed regularly sheep fret and lose In Conditionif fodder is left In the racks dean it jut before putting In a fresh supply Gie all stubs and hay froth the sheep racks to the colts Keep salt riu a box In each pen Sheep cat lots of salt Be sure that you ltie net wintering a tot of ticks Ticks will make sheep poor j Keep the pens level Fill up hollow and uneven places J o other animals should ever be nJ II Ilowed in the sheep yards f iI The sheep causal defend themselves and are liable to be Injured JnmatIwoys Water should always be within renchI cud be frefih nnd pure Give the sheep a variety of toodI Root are a necessity In the ration I aNever Drench Cattle Drenching cattle Is a dangerous prae tlce If a cows head be raised as high opelllbyi lion of the liquid is very apt to pass down the windpipe luto the lungs sometimes causing instant death by smothering at other tunes causing death to follow in a few days from congestion or inflammation of the lungs Give all cattle their medicine hypo dermically or In feed If they refuse feed give it dry on the tongue The proper method of giving a cow medicine is to stand on the right side of the cow placing the left arm around the nose and At the same time open tug her mouth and with a spoon In the right hand place the medicine which should be in a powdered form bade on the tongue She can then swallow with safety Dr David lloberts in Wisconsin State Veterinarian Scratches and Grease Heel The best possible remedy for scratches grease heel or mud fever Is prevention and prevention pays a big Interest on the Investment if It does Involve some trouble and time If the horses cannot be groomed all over do not neglect the feet ankles and fet locks Jf they are kcpjt clean the hors will get along very well It its body Is not curried thoroughly every day But It ought to be when in winter quarters nUll is ever the better for it To pro cur the foot diseases named a lie and a promise at cleaning time wilj not do Thorough cleaning must be the rule if exemption from disease iis desired r Gotch Roasts the Big Fighters Frank Gotch champion heavy welghi catchascatchcan wrestler of America has made up his mind to take up pugilism lie has arranged to take a number of boxing lessons from Tommy llyan Speaking of the matter hs said It looks soft Frank meant tha present crop of heavyweights barrltj Tack Johnson did not appear formida ble and that a good man could wade Uirough the bunch Continuing he said f am only twcn tynlue years old am big and strong antI in do say It myself exceptionally fast with feet anti handstand am sure that I am game The heavyweights todjiy do not compare with Jim Jut Cries Bob Fltzslmmons Corbett or Sharkcy If they did I would steer clear of the fighting game But who Is there to beat Burns Is a little sawed off though a good fast onei and I presume clover and a strong hitter Sclireck i recently was beaten by Knufmhnn and the remainder of thel heavies are not worth talkhyj bout A Cricket Decision In an English orlcket game one of the batsmen got his leg in front of a straight ball and me bowler Instantly called Hows thatV The umpire sucked his Pub o in a bewildered fashion opened his mouth thut it again and didnt speak Come whats the verdict WWi asked To tejl t truth Ah dont know my self answered the old man Give it one way or the other anyhow I Hold hard a bit white Ah go into frefreshment tent an have a glass o beer My own head Is p bit addled an Ah want a drink Then to the amusement of the pldr ors he strohic4 to the tent supped his beer anti came back with thjr light of intelligence on his face Ye can go on he said Ibm uot gpin to call a man out after a glass 0 food beer tcVf ana riot toeaiTIle ascot lime is not commonly roe ommended Immediately before plantI lug to potatoes on tie suqposltlou ttintI the lime wHJ make the following crop of potatoes scabby but results this year at the Massachusetts station suggest that tin caution Is upt neces saps as might be supposed since pota toes grown bu freshly limed laud did qol show any serious amouut of scab American Cultivatory Poultry Notes The proper mode of giving salt Is t Beaaon the sof t food Two weeks Is long enough tto fatter a fowl IfchiKhly fed Geuenillv ono lireod of chickens Is enough for any single farmfThe falilirg off of n roosters comb inidicates that ue is in had health i The nests imfgt be cleaned jegujarly Inl order to keep them free from var iSolecting a Dairy Calf In seltCting n calf tto rear for ItNI iliilrv IlrOlCUlttlmlI have always beena guided by the growth of hair on Inside of thighs writes n correspondent ofs Farm Journal If It runs up In an un broken smooth column the cow will make n gocd milker but unless this mark Is found on the cult it will not be worth Its keep as a dairy cow Insure Farm Buildings Every farmer owes It to lilraFelf and tq his family to have his property well insured The poorer a man Is the more he needs Insurance You do not know what luomeut the fluYiies will weep away dtoryfhlnc youhayo Dally Thought I said it in the meadow path I say on the mountaihstalrs the best things any mortal hath are those which every mortal shares Lucy Lar s to TLTiT n t ft tiY 1 U 4 I SPECIAL1 i L II t 7 R1BBNiIfl SALE1A1 Thursday Friday and Sitqrday our entireaI STeel 0P RIBBONS 1JJ both plain and fancy will be offered at a discount of 25 and5O r J per cent In order to close out before takingInvoice hi L r = These Prices Are For Csh 7i Ill 1 t f 1I Jof1lyandforalimit dtirneooiWC fjJ f 4GRUNDY4CJNiIRE a a + I g j r i i S nMain Streett Tobacco Warehouse Co r II ISTREET HOU8 II I INDEPENDBET IOWEN QUISEN BERRY COV Managers KYIIt I STORAGE FOUR MONTHS fREE Of CHARGE- t JBest Light inI City v t V Auction Sales Dally 3 f Best Inspection V Returns Promptly Made IMarkYour HogsheadstMArN STREET riOUSE jlE 1 0 i i Perhaps An Uncomfortable the most nc MomentI ment In a mans life Is which he takes a seat In a box at ia play and sees his employer sitting in an orchestra chair among the ordi nary people The Best Buyers While not among the six best sellers pocketbpok and checkbook aro the two best buyers t SII Nitts 60 At Yon P1ese Cc Hov many tired fathers and mothers in this town ettfr this race evey night carrying baby And they wonder what the matter is Cdance are the child is starving worms are eatine all its food iMoist children have worm yours neednt Whte- Cream Vermifuge will get rid of th worms and strengthen the child Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by Red Gross Irnjr Store Girls and Bblldogs As for the bulldogs the femliiine mind ls popularly considered to have a predilection for the big the strong and the ugly and we have Dr john Browns word for it that the bulldog fulfills all these conditions to perfec tion London Tribune Worlds Largest Ciock5 The largest clock lntthe world Is at St IJonibolds cathedral Mechlin Jel glum M the size of the dla Is the crl teflon The troublewith most cough reme dies is that tsey constipate Ken dedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and at the same time Itstops the cough by sooth ing tho throat and lung irritation II Children like Sold by the Red l Cross Drug Store Willows from Napoleons Graven Is Interesting io learn that prac tically all the weeping willows In New Zealand are products of the supply which John TInilne carried away with him from Napoleons grave nearly 60 ears ago Mr TInilne who was one of the early pioneers of New Zealand kept them alive on the voyage by sticking them into potatoes Heredity The baby was learning to walk Bess Its Utle hearth exclaimed the mother lit waddles dess like Us big fat papa doesnt Sitnple Remedy for LajfriDpe Lalgrippe coughs are angerous as thep frequent d yclop into pneu nia Foleys Hon y and Tar not ly stops the cough but heals and trc gthsns the lungs so that no seri ous results need be feared The geuuine Folhys Honey and Tar con tains no harmful drugs and is n a yellow package Refuse SUbstit tsII Sold by the Red Coons Drug Store I J And That Kept Shut A New Jersey boy has 5jo ears and yet hears as well as anyiodyC After awhile it will doubtless be discovered that the only absolutely indispensable organ a human being has is his mouth NY American Life of Earthworms Scientists have come to the cbnclu ion that earthworms frequently live or ten years Jr ge7eight jrI I Watch r Talkt i I II QIiT 4rI Revolve to be oil time Promptness Is air I L lure that every due can possess tQwiia watch Jone that you can rely t n bnesith wiuIgiivq outliestiti4rtction of 1eing l iW rateto tli rhitute i i My watch s ock will afford you a seie 1I tipnfr tna llarge range ot desin of tq 1 i t fleWesbptttorns ot the rare makersart jVIpvemeriSipfr all the reliable makers iEa Il berlngin ironclad guarautee c i f i= ttF K Opposite Presibyterianfehurcji ttt I J8SJ 6raves L X j 19 c M t= = = i r A OO O QtceOO 4+ +O + O +Q +O + s X Y ir-l c Don neglect your cough o Of vSMstics CityiIg alone over 200 people die ecfron I 0 consumption f v ti Ig AMinostof these conumpiyos 4gt tCt elhng now ifnot nigkctd Hi o wariiingcouIi i i IIYo u IcnOwthowquicklyScoitr I a c wAEmuso ImYO toti l iwcough or cold c i ji 1ji AU DRUGGISTS1 soc ANDiII I ceOOooot2Q h DIssolvIng Gum Shellac f To dissolve gumVshellao it should be macerated In a stoppered Jjottle wlthT other After swelling up sum clent ly the excess of other should bellpoured off when jthf shellac wlll disIsolve quito readily in alcohol =wIxIPEM Cream Vermifuge 1WORM I REMEDYt THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TQWC CWAMC f IHi CrJ fJ i fto Kill Rtm AItyK It Is doubttes perfectly eorrethe Internationa 8fcttitry eoagmtf has resolved let call jB lrfa tbaoqulto foyer but yellow M Ii a mosquito fever aid wMt tlaT mosquito iscl9 blaa fjI prss Mone can telL E VHiIe rltllfr Cediii i V Gray aiIattrriiqy at reatc- hee JlShJ 8ii11 I kATt sM- Ohamberlain ti 1tI y famaforcoIth a rei it Jv J aiia U aiaj remedy InttH kItJTJtM by s- t0d Cros DrwIr ti Jii iII1 M Who restris 1t U tb 2 ot thinMlwMtl s sstac o things for 4 rII 1 i3JSMJ31IRTO- g1DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED MTHOuiT PAIN uriscuMa Bloeksp stain PRINGF1EDD XY ill DNmtai Work Strictly t Firatclail- L iDR J CAIUDII nJW cI tndSirgepn I Oce hours 8 to 9 am y f lto2p- m1o over Haydons Drugstore fclampton M IX orrke k Oten Htuse 4 pOftICrkoHeN0 5 I Residence No 38 Wy Fr QRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAWJJ OAee r Peoples Bank1cSBRINOFTtELD KY 48RQBARDS M W FyATT t DrMIW HYATT I t DrJJ M SPAULDING Office Over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 yILVISpauld ng 2 tto 4 pm and all night vv JOHNYMAYESm 4 AND LICEiSEO EMBALMER ELE HONE I DAY19tNIGHT 74 IKYrPI1llilJFtELB Ralroad SchedulecFollowing is the timi schedule o now in effect on the BardstowDrI And SpringDeld branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 p m Bardstown Junction 622 pm BaVdstown 606 pm- sarrives at Springfield 705 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 520Um i Bardstown 607 am s Barda own Junction 650 amnarrives at Louisville 740 am NQ 43Leaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction 910 am Bardstown 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1280 em11l No44 Leaves Springfield a l00pnj Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown Jnm ion 435 pme arrives at Louisville 645 pm No9Q Sundays only Leaves y Springif ld at 735 a m Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction w 845 am arrives at Louisville 935am- jiNo 91 Sundays f pnly Leaves i Louisville at6 e m Bardstown Janctidp 645 pm Bardslown j 730 pm arrives at Springfield d 825pm f I P j KILL THE COUCH jwi CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr king s l New Discovery 1FoRC OUCHS OLDS 111lac mo AlL THROAT JlDlUNGTlOUBL- ESGtTA1tAJfTUD TISPACTO OK XOVXY EflmDEDjj ForSale One good secondhand buggy one new hand made buggyI Pfentvol buggy trimmings of all kinds on hdnd 3s J W H BOND V lcftt Watch On rpad between Sqririsfield amp Lejbauon on Thursna night a doublecase gold watch I Be ward to finder pr r Mt JAMES EOUNTREE j p f Turkeys For Sale 4 vttORingtoi the circumstatces I willcot raise turkeys this y ar1 W411 sell a gobblei J bouaht ol Mri Wrjgnt for 10 and six line twoyearold hens First checllt for 20 gels this fine pen ciJ turkeys 3t MJ1sW H LEACH r 1 V I TJiefedJtorbf the 31emphie TnnT lltmiBsJ write In my oplnic foley Honey and Tar is the bes remedy for tquRbs colds and long trouble and to my own persona n9tl lFfeval1Qney mid Tr r11Mfwrwtkat have been lii tic short o aarvellous jEleinsa any but thc xeaHiiwini the yellow package Soli kj tke Zed Cross J5ru Store v i f rf SPwlwe and Reflect Ittthfrds of thQ girls who go on ike st would Jgo to the kitchen in 0teN iyi the Birmingham AgeH aw jUMTfr would be a whole lot more r Uta this world Think IH r How would you like iIMY QYtbeIIMMwJtrl uiWg I TOWN i w aiI 4d1UU lI OIIri tAlim Local Happenings of Interest c The Freshest and Latest c 1 AllAboutYourself Friends 1 and Acquaintances nhnRlUUbnMnlUUU1lnnnnnrinn Orchard grass sed for sale t W H Leachmanr i I have some mules 1 wfll l nJ coutl FoR SAtE 3 yorkshire boas b 2 gilt und 2duroc gilts H V EOValketil For fresh killed corn fed beef phone 87 I Miss Delia CarpenterE PuroG Jersey bogs and Cor tenishrndiangme SsaleTAKEN UpOn my place a gilt Owner can have same by proving property and pajitig 0s pW Simms tr Dont buy a new suit tc1theb rather take your old ones to Ray Bros establishment and havR them cleand iud pressed lNext door to Clerk4 office To I htve for sale a pair good lyearlingI Jv TJ Montgomery c Frederickstown Kya1 inKardin sale on the sireels on county court day 14 head of mules from f to 6 yearsoldjj STRAYED From my place on Pleasant Run two red sos Last seen pn road nearHugbS StilEs place Five recovery D B WUsONOJ A finely bred shortharn bull alf for sale About 1 monihs fii ldhud a good indivudial Will til have him registered andfurnish certified copjy G D Haydon 37 9 There will be meeting of the J stockholders of the Washington County Fair Co at Judge Lit eys cffice on Saturday after oon Feb 22 Important busiI ness A C KimballSecy sat VMr George Lawrence the veternary surgeon has v taken out a license to practice bis profession in the town of isprirIfieldhad a state license for several 1earsl Tom Hundley an account of whose arrest for briugiirg Ahisky rintogiven last week was tried by a r Jury in police courkrlast Thurs iAayfined 550 and given 10 days in w jiil Tom is laying out his sentence MrG Itt Haydon received last week from the Oak Grove Stock Farm Mfcchaniesbufg Ohio one of the finest young teShorthornthis county The animal is fif teen months old a beautiful roan and is royally bred being a pure Scotch Nbnparieh Mr Haydcn has placed he animal at tile head of his heard Mr Frank Yoang oft1fs county was married yesterday to Miss Llllie Craycroft at thai home of the bride at Big Springs in Me d county Mri Young isa popular young 4farf mer of this cuuntv being a son of Mr Ben Young His bride ism sister of Mrs Lbrenzl Young The newly married couple will make 7theh home iifi Itbis county V j 3MR J R Brewer and Mjs Laura Patrick wore married in the county clerks office yestej day by Rev E E C Lawson knownV7oung ijirmer of the Hillsboro neighborhood and his bride is daughter of Mrs Gus ColiltIa9a91 Ion per county home has been in J I Mrs Kate Fr man Thurmp died last week at the home ofj ner sister Mrs Porter Meyers n1Jayi Iva3 born and reartd in this honieiteadldany friends in Springfield and l Vashiugoa county She Waka mister rthe rate Mrs t WjE Ray of this county The announcement of the Carriage of pro JPtanIr E Me Jflknin and liatherine lvJil l Bellebauin wljH tome as ac v plate surprise to their mtdi friends On account bereavement in the jythe wedding was metnberLL only the iimmediate lJ ifrf TOPICS i I i ftftftftftftftAnnftAnna the two families being pr sent The young couplet were married in the parlors of the Rev S W Reid1pastor of tbe A R P on Friday evening February 14 at 9 oclock The rile is the daughter of Mrs F jBeliebaum and has a charm ug personalty The groom is a j we Jl Known physician of thjs crtyLQuisville Times inbrjdeja sister of Dr L BeHebaum of tbs place The annual D clamatory Con- st ofJbhe Springfield Graded cid 1will take place ttbe Opera House on next Fridav evening The contpst will be participated in by four girls and four bprs and a handsome gold raejdaf will be awarded to the winner in each class An at active musical program has een addedto the entertainment Seats my be resrved at toe d Cross Drug Sttre i Locate Here Mr Hewitt Craycryft former of this place but who has bejan living in Chicago for sever years has decided to open a harness making establishment ririgfield and with that end view hits rented the stand now occupied by O L Prices con tionery rn Main street adjoin injr the Walton Hotel11rII Taj croft has gone back to Chicago to close up some busi ness flair ana will re urn to pringfieldon1 Maijch loth o pen his new business Helms bftea m the harness making business since hel left Sprin id and is thoroughly up in welJcoined back to his home town many old friends He is youngestson of MiC and MrsIt JfjhnT Craycroft f EineHdrse b MrL D Baker bought lastI eek at the Kentucky Sale Gos Ve of houses at Lexington a trotting and show stallion hi hbOwi1i use in the stud and will also campaign the fairs next Jail with him The horse is lokoPear1 by Mokb out of PearJ 22J He was foaled in J9G2and has a recor tf 228 with a trial of 218 0e samagnificent show horse and has won roanv prizes lu the show ng in the fancy harness aJHfl o dstercIases He was second to Peterlt1e Gijeaii 207 at ie Blue Grass Faii The horse ill be valuable additiona toI Washington county s breeding 11in1 Bowling The Gruncly Mcln ire team and the Cunningham Duncan am have consolidated and will RED BAND BRAND MT f tiwfr III Declamatorj Contest GirlsI2 SCHOOL FOR 1MEDALS eIj i Friday Night Feb 21 1 5 JUDGESS JrCESeats on sale at RedCrosPrug Stor- eifqIp o o t f tt f f f1II f O f f ft e go by the name of Old Hickory The White Rose team took two out ofthr e from the Old Hick ory team last Friday night and on Monday night the Coco Colas took two out of three from the Old Hickory team Tuesday the Pride of Wash ington team took three straight games from tine Coco Colas On account of the school entertainment Fridjiy night the Pride of Washington team will bowl tbe Old Hickory team tq night instead STANDING OF TEAMS CITY LEAGUE g icPri-de f of Wasliii ton 24 16 8 607 White Rose Z1 168 Coco Colav iL 24 13 Ii 512 Old Hickory 21 7i 17 7rr 01 PERSUNAL Mr and Mrs Willard Thomp son have gone to Corbiato visit Dr and Mrs Parker Mr Steye Noe of Lebano IN sin town Monday Hetois OObor John D Eockfellers traveling salesmen Mr Ben Doom was over from Lebanon on Saturday W T Leachmun and Joe Clay brook were 1D Lebanon MOfldyQn business Will Hill of Kansas was called home by the death of llis fath r Mr Fred Hill IRev W H Williams is iis in Louisville this week taking a special course of lecctures at the Baptist Seminary Hon wn Clay roolre re turned from tbe South Sunday Mfc Claylrooke was detained at Huntsville at her parents home on account of her mothers 1Jes of pneumonia Mrs Ola vbrooke will join her husband here as Soon as tycr mothers Condition will permiti her leav ing Little Florence Rag sdtll is coiuvalesding from typhoid fever I1Iss Lucy Urown is at Leba non under treatment of Dr R C CANDY lOc PER LB r l 1 ANOTHERBRGAiN rq 0 Cash JJ01iJ Jt ZW 18 Ibs Granulated Suir for 100 a 9 lbs Granulated Sugar for AW 50 y U 20 lbs Light Brown Sugar for 100 DO 0lbs Light BrownSugar for j+ 500dnz n regular 30cOrrtngef foiV vi 20 p1 dozen regular 20cv Lemons 1o4 pV 15Z i 7 bars Lenox Sap S IDIJ 6 barsB B or B W Soap Z bars Ivorfr boa2525 g 16bJsFelsNaPtIaSoap regular 5 cjikes OZIiI t JC jZ 1 can Gut Asparagus rrg lar price 35c 30 X 0C N t 0T rlcllZ C 0 c S Brandof r Blended Coffee If yquare having 0- lql trouble getting satisfactory Coffee at a moderate G ilcost this can will solve the problem Try one on our recommendation We guarantee satisfaction O Then too the Milk Canyon get is worth considering ITrulyIy Shader a aREDBANDBRANDCANDYlOc PER LBJ McUhdjcd for chronic inJigf tfon Mrs Mattie McDowell of Danvifle is at the bedside of her sister rs Palmer Grundy who jis critically ill Mrs Kate Williams left Sun day to spend two weeks in the wholesale millinery houses of Indianapolis and Louisville pre paratory for her millinery opening in her new building about the first of pdt Mrs Everett Buster of Har rbJsburg is here on ac punt of the illness of her grandmother Mrs Palmer Qrundy Mi George D Robertson Jr will leave Saturday for Kansas City wjrere he will be married to Miss Catherine Spalding on Tuesday next They willie turn to Springfield and Ero to house keeping in the Mis Fan nie Walls house on Main street Hon W D Claybroike is in Frankfort this week Mr John Claybrooke has been appointed will inspector by the pore food food department of the State College Master Dudley Ragsdail of Frankfort spent a few days visiting his mother bereIMrs D R Litsay entertaIned at eighthand etichre ast Friday evening Those who played were Misses Francis Martin Mahal TuckeivEiise Durrett arid AliiC McElroy Messrs W 0 McCarty Ivan Hagan Will Me jOnprd arid Dr John Spa lading Mrs R E 0 Lawson has very i1LV ith Vrip this week Mr J Pettus was in Louis vile Monday and Tuesday Miss Bestla Haydon nas returned from BarJstown Mrs Janie Willett continues very ill and a trained nnrse is in attendance upon per Mrs Palmer Grundy is criti cally ill at her hone at Valley Hill Mrs Grundy had grippe two yeeks ago and since then her general health has broken and added to the intirmaties of age her family and fciondsare very apprehensive of the result ra LPrice is in Louis ville thisweekjon business Mr Byon Parks has returned has re uiined hpme after several day in LJouisvitie buying horses Mr Louis Rogers employed by the American Tobacco at Lebanon spent Sunday with his family here- MisseslStella Mclntire and Ida Fisher bf Louisville have re turned home after a visit to Mrs W liter fleidel- L Mrs Sallie Hamilton of Pred erickstown was a guest of Mrs John F Simms Tuesday yesIterday reIthey will make their home Mrs JEffie Robertson has totMuddI Miss lLbu Logsdon of St Marys jVisitBd her sistr1Mrs Mararet Nunafi Misses Flag t Simms Bessie Campbell Francis Martin and Elise Durrett were guests ol honor at a euchre at the Walton Hotel last evening given by Messrsj Will Wharton W 0McCarily Will McChbrd and Dr John Spalding Mr WillONan spent Sunday in Hariodsburgi Mr Joe Bislop wasifl Lous villeMonday on business Mr iLeoNunau has accepted a position at the Walton Hotel ascierkt Mr Howard McColeVj of St L uis is visiting friends here 1IriJ It Mar S SpedtJFriday in Lou 3ville IIAnni McDjWpl t Iii I ri At The Big Store Will ccjitinue until Further notice on the Following items iM r ii Ladies and Childreris Cloaks r v t1 m r Ladies Skirts Suits Raincoats and Furs I t I somelessandBoysI I i and t I prices on Men IISpecialowand Childrens HATS SHIRTS Mens reati Ireduced pricesIReduced Prices Table Lineni Napkins Towels Sheetings Cotton Tickings Ginghams other Cotton Goods 14 Bargains Woolen Dress Goods 11 1lotof for than cott Reduce Prices on all Winter UnderwearrItI Y Specials for Friday and Saturday 1 L dies white lawn handkerchiefs 2 8ic Outing Jothu u200 yd spool six thread 4 Outing Cioih XTSxtra 4large pencil tablet t121 c Flanr1eleit 1 da50r UmbrelJa for t 11 85c Umbrella for ro 69 Table Oil Cloth vV4r J5 fi t 51 25 UmbrlIaforAll Silk 3in wide for 10 tt IIThe Robertson4ilaybrooke 0O13iJ i I INCORPORATEDrr ItIE I I e r fl I 4xi4 i O1Oir About April iiti i t We will open in the store rooms ori Main street now ioccupied by Grundy Mclntire with a line of FINE FURNITURE fi i Mr Leachman firm having b engaged in the business in Sprinffiwld + r for several years is w acquainted witn the needs of the localI trade and we wii 1endeavor to supply those needs Campbell the ther member of tke firm has been iidentifiedwith the business interests of the town for screralyears plete and we o- fHouse will endeavor please the people We will A full and cow t ffff J i V furniture Carpets Rugs 4 Matrcsses Etct 4 i IyoujbusmesI t r t U 1 J a 1 1Siqg to her aunt Mrs Palmer Grundy SLiss Lydia Williams of Maple Hill was in town yesterday Miss Margie Bonta of iftape Hill spent the ijast week with her sister Mrs S H Bishop- Miss Etta of Or oaks Station spent last Thursday with Miss Dells Campbell- Mr S 0 spent the first of the week at Fairfield with his father inlaw Mr- llItafe Hagan who is ill Mr E S Mave Sr to his home with grippe Will Wakefield land Will Bus tin of Maud spent Sunday here Mr George Hurst of Louis ville l visi ing Mr and Mrs Frank B Noe andlI1LebanonI spent Sunday here Mr Ray Goodin of Lebanon spent sevenildays last veek with Mr Shaker Robertson Rats Multiply Rapidly Within 12 months one pair of rats wjlf propagate 800 The femSle ber Sins to breed when three months old t JjIt tJj the beginning of the fourth year would number more than a hundred mlillons We haves some r and at i ly f on in i J One Corsets will be sold less 5p cord 50 4 9 Ribbon 1i t ofour Mf Theo to carry stock x nurse Crake McGill js confined 4 I t lI dlp y l Strictly Fresh I 1 And UpToDatek Ik Iktt t If Is our stock of Confections Fruits Cakss te 4 J We bakeevery day briiS pIM cake I I 1l A fresh r stock of fucandies justreccm- cLKRESS h I t J y J- i OYSTERS i every Thursday Fridaf and Saturday i if Meals served and rates reasonable KATIE HER iLEIN and fro cccs JjT t Learning by Imitation It is by Imitation far more than bf precept that we Jearn everything and what we learn thus we acquits not only more effectually but more pleasantly Tnls forms our manner our opinions our lives Burke BertBarbetoflton Wwrsa It have only taken four doses of your kidney and bladder pills and they have done mbte for me than any 0ther ediciaBbas ever done Iiin still taking tEe pjllb as I want a per tfectcureH Mr Barber prefer id jbeWittzJ Kidney and BlsddetoPiUs They are sold by the Red Croia Drugstore tutmllOMEI iiIPireMs- flt KVr s This fins liIIIrey13u11 win sdai tbs Hrs aim oet mile Uto bSfield on thlLt rMiCeeof l50 iiI rapci ADoLP Hzw tS tfttt itui t tM UiS v- ald tMn WOiN S S kapI III tMs W II- yi brstbit How I w hy your dIsn aaabI ferai choius itel i j- I f Fw J1z w r WTv1r1 Tt or JJieftWeI1 1ld AUY Horcrption s a 5 pIe J r rp 2 1l r JI W Ist tiMs when the doc K b4y 14 the patwo itht maifctrersrep thE fcirvfi t itilgreat care isi ku Hl drt s waruily and kee tJMti ylbjli is the advice Ioi od t t uthorityiThc ayijbat Rheumatism and Kid WITOGbJewtb8r iis here andI Siwhitto do in case of saMkck sz4n7 good preacripo- tkm pbanttiacy One half ounce Flail Exjtract Dandelion one j o Compound Kargon three owejM Gcjiapound Syrup Sarsa vpriil 4lixby sbakirg4n a botU and take a teaspoonfirt aft r await dat bedtime J4try this simple home made mixftre ati the first sign of Rheu 1 IDJ or if your back aches 0 ypusile ifcbat the kidneys are W4 acting just rignt This iis Mid via ie a splendid kidney y regilator and almost certain r aa dy f6rall forms of Rheu mattsVj Hfjhich is caused bVuric acidifi the blood which the kid ny ilk filter out Anyone cn a1yprepre this at home and at small cOt I DfBggiatB in ths town and 1 vkimity When hown the pre1 scriptJoflj stated that they can Veibbr supjply these ingredients or if oUt readers prefer they TwiIt compound the mixture for f them J Formerly Livech Here t 3bhn afordLewis aged I eightysix years a mem her of a pieneer f4miy of Kentucky a retired pork packer and the oldt tOdd Fellow in the Stat ptsced away lit 7 oclock thisi morning at his home 1816 Fourth avjenue His death re suited in pneumonia after an ill DbMof six days Mr lie Vis was a native off Washington county Ky and a aon of thej late Tames Lewis a ifealthy afad prominent farmer Aftef CQmjpletin his education mt lh conkitry schools he be camea merchant at Springfield j In 1754 ut Lewis came to Lou isvillei and engaged in the pork packing bjusiness He bad re sided herd since with the xcep c tion of a llew years spent in Den ver pol lMr Lwisretired from active biinei1ife in 1875 He W8 san enthusiastic Odd Fellow and v the oldest member of the order s in the State During the Civil War he j1as a Southern sjmpa r thzer He was a devout member of the Broadway Baptist church 1Mr Lewis was twice married U His first wife was Miss Marion t Nanco ot Washing in county He is survived by hIS second wife who ws formerly Miss Virginia Williams daughter of I the late K E Williams a prom inent architect of Louisville H also leavesthree sons Frederick N Lewis of the firm of Lewis rt OhiubersJans G Lewis a Bafiess toanty and Dr Harry Lewis of Louisville Fridays I TimeS f Fartunw In AustraliaSTfce comm nwealt of Australia Is ItUU wide enough and undeveloJ1ed enough to offer those opportunities to wfctek adventurous and ambitious men iareeTer aeeklag It still holds enough ftJ et romance to give a zest to every h day life There are still fortunes dH Mbe made by the man who gnfyJth tOUFJIC l ut a stout heart adarekdy wit British Australasian r iCity if- A lmjjfM weaitn1 careful Hia shows that thS t 1t1ldlBgtvi Mrfjij ron Manhattan I eJ 104 from tlierittitfery to Central Park i are worth 2800000000 i 1 Thee L nisville Times Isr thu livcst afternoon piper pTfllbliBhed anywhere It priut the news right up to the minuteISI 1Ot1ror more editions ever clny The regular priqe of Tbe ii t5 ajpar but you cab iriNewseader land The r Louisville Times jt M both oie YMf cc FQtLt q If IIi4 t 7 wr ordeoy 1uw r Ji to The Times 4 f WJIIowt from Napoleons Grave 1UcalWZealand are products oTthe supply which John Tinline carried away with him from Napoleons grave nearly 50 years ago Mr Tinline who was one bf the early pioneers of New Zealand kept them alive on the voyage by Sticking them Into potatoes ncent Justice The ancient Greeks provided their Judges should hear the arguments ofIattorneys Ina dark roomy lest they Influenced by the beauty and gestures of the orators In America we parade = Vnrqeplng woman and a bunch of hired alienists before a sentimental jury And we boast of our cIyilIza tion Louisville CourierJournaLb a Surely King of Burglars The most enterprising burglar uyet recorded Is the Long Island chap who not only escaped from a brand county Jail the other night but took with him all the locks and doorknobs in the place If they catch himU they ought to promote him to the bestwpenitentiary in the land as a tributeeJ eJtoI SneciaunnoiiD nt latfiri ftee National Tare Food and Dru 1awrrWe are yleased to announce that Fdloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affecto ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates orT ther harmful drugs t nd we recommend it as a sate rctucdy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Store Two Types of WomenBThere are two delightful classes of girls to my way of thInk1ngtheth American working girl bless her and the average English girl God love herl Robert Barr In Detroit Free icPressJm saddest when Ihave 1nT j digestion say many With weak stomach Get rid of yourstom ach trouble by using Mio nais of Ogre guaranteed or money re funded 50c a box at Red Cross Dru Store esEarlyEarliest on record of the Scotch ed poets is the name of Michael Scott But the oUtest fragments of Scottish poetry now known to exist consist of a 1a few lines of lamentation on the death of Alexander III of Scotlande which occurred In 1286alKill Him Anyhow oItathe international sanitary congress f has resolved to call malaria the mosquito fever but yellow fever is also a mosquito fever and what else the mosquito is tp blame for perhaps no one can tel1J t Tins May MM Jon of No onls immune from kidney troubl so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the ir regularities and cnre any case of kidney andbladder trouble that is not beVond tbe reach of medicine Sold by the Red Cross Drug SioreI The Philosopher of Folly When a young woman has only a chafing dish and a tea pot says the Philosopher of Folly shes a Bach elor Girl but If someone gives her c Lstein and a set of cocktail glasses she becomes a Bohemian Suffering and Dollars Saved i E SL per of Marina N1Y says lam carpenter and have had many sere cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has aved me suffering and dollars It is oy far the best healing salve Tliave1 ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores coma and piles 25c at ija don R Robertsons druggists eDissolving Gum Shellac To dissolve gum shellac It should be macerated in a stoppered bottle a with ether After swelling up suffl clently the excess of ether should be poured off when the shellac will dli solve quite readily In alcohol Men and Muffs WhenmufIs first bParisanythingHmore than wom nandln plates muttIw fcoatgenerally of Siberian wolfff How to Treat an Enemy If you dont like a man eat oatmealaand bide your time there will soon be wlthhlskidprocession wwilllong togget Hd of the best of us Atchison Globe People you know here in aSpringfieldMi ona cures all forms of mdiwgestion and r tuml trouble EMkt show you the strong guarantee given witji evelv5oet jOh8onlanSentirrient Who restraineth himself In the use i of things lawful wilt never encroach ttthings forbidden Dr Johnson ISIonlJeWftts Ckrboljzed Witch Hazel is the best for cuts burns jboHp bruises and scratches Itfs es nexialli trnnrllfn tbeIj I t TwoTypes of Women There are two delightful classes ofc1Irtsto my way of tblnkhigthe Afnerlcanworklng girl bless her and ttiA average English girl God love her Robert Barr In Detroit Free Press t4 S reenr for Crushing Tin Ores o In Cornwall experience shows thatlwovenwire screens In thestamps which crush tin ores are betteSPthan punched plates a PISCTS CURE YMtf LMt to M SUkt when you hare accufb or cold ia Tosr chest banging on week after week Hundreds preicntcdremedy in time Pisos Cure will prevent the deadly con sumption and drive out the persistent cough or cold It is the pun safe rcmedyigiving prompt relief yet pleasant to take and harmless All ts2 cuts COUGHS COLDS IllHealth There Kis n great deal of Hlheaith Whchdeservesnot sympathy or pity ut criticism and condemnation and worship of good health including works as well as faith might with ad vantage be made a feature of the na tional religion London Hospital Work for Blind Girls It Is found that one of the occupa ons in which blind girls can very t ti1 engae is that of telephone opoc With the loss of one sense another Is even more acute and the blind could easily work in exchanges where other girls are employed J We want everyone suffering with catarrh to call and let us explain how easy it is iobe cured by HJomet1 Complete utfit only 100 anJwe wit re fund the money if does not cure he Rfd Cross Drug1 Store i Poetry i at a Discount What chance has a pqet in these days A very poor chance in this country He may sell 1000 copiesI and if sov he Isa very fortunate man ut 1000 copies will bring him only 250 and that is poor pay for the ought the Iimagination and the labor condensjed into a volume of poetry Nor are things much better in Amer London Reader Men and Muffs WhenTmuffs first got Into vogue In Paris men wore them If anything ore than women and in the plates the b aux of the town a large muff the accompaniment at the frock coat of the period These muffs were generally of Siberian wolf HealthCoffee Is realty the dos t C dee Imitation evryet produc This the finest Coffee Substitute ever made his recently been produced by Dr Shop oJRatine Ws Not grain ofrea coffee in it either Health coffee is made from pure toast d cereals with malt nuts etc Re ly it would fool an xprtwha might drink it fot Coffee No twenty r thirty minutes boiling Made in minute says the doctor Sold byI McElroy fe Shader Springfield Ky About Housewives No matterhow clever and thought foil housewives may be we never saw one yet that didnt allow a stringency matches to occur from time to time Ben Jonsons Favorite Dish Rare Ben Jonsoh asked no better treat than a pork pie with an jabun dance of Canary winO Prescription by Pigeon Carrier pigeons are used by physi clans in the north of Scotland as mea sengers between the houses of pa tients and the home of the doctor who takes several of the pigeons with him on his long rounds If one of his pa tients needs medicine immediately he Writes out a prescription and sends the bird back to the office for It Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we fee1 that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regu late the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cmt help teeling good when he uses these pills 25c at Hay doa ob rtsons drug store One Great Asset fn Life You can generally manage toget through the same oft life it you have good long suit of common sense When offensive brrath iis doe to catarrh the usual cause breatneHompi Kills all ca tarrhal germs otharrthe breah ecomes sweet as a banes 4 yomel outfit cost only 00 e will refund the money if it The Red Cross Drug StorecHow to Treat an Enemy If you dontlIke a man eat oatmeal nd bide ypur timethere will soon be something the matter with his kidneys and his funeral procession ill go by It doesnt take long to et rid of the best of us Atchlson Globe Law of Life What Is the true law of our moral life That is the question which every ge sets itself to solve and to the so of which every contributor i elcome Is And the answer that George liot gives is that there Is a reign of in the moral as well as in the physical world and that this law cannot be broken with impunity As a soweth so shall he also reap i Foleys 3oney and Tar cures the expelhefi guranteed1TheCold by the Red Cross Drug Store rDally Thought I said It in the ayItthings any mortal hath are those which every mortal shares Lucy Lar om And That Kept Shut A New Jersey boy has no ears and yet hears as well as anybody After dpubUessbedlscOveredt mouthNWill Advice an4btulh The Bosuns Pipi Of late years there has been n tend ency for the bosuns pipe to be heard very Infrequently in our modern fleet Now In order to pitesorve the art oC piping In the navy the admiralty has directed that 10 per cent of bo s Itt training jstalillsbraents are to be In Btruc ed in such familiar and tradi rhandsr heave round capstan wall back stan haul taut hoist awny capI enough pipe dinner pipe down pipe sulteIstnndChurchyard Under the Sea When the coast eroston commission ers visited WaltonionrtheNaze recently they were shown a sp9t iTorth of the pier and about a mile from the shore which was formerly a churchyard A quarter of a century ago the tomb stones could be seen under the water at ebb tide but the sea has further encroached and even vuentbu title Is extraordinarily Ifaw and tOe sea clear the old burring ground IstsbartoIycUs cernlble now fram the sea level Millions In Watfers According to the figures given ilu the Btatlstical nisractjor the Irttestt re pprted years Tfthe annual protfuct ol American waters fresh find saluliaK value of abou ndC60000 exclusive at the salmon sdal and other prodncts of Alaska TliLi includes fish of aljlknuls oysters and cAams frog spongs ter rapin 1bale out arid alligator hldV- Bora In the Laundry The washerwomen olj nollaud and Belgium sa proverbially clckn end who get up their linen so beautifully white use refined borax as a washhlg powder Instead ot soda In the propor tion of a large handful ot borax pow der to about ten gallons of bolilug water They save in soap nearly half For laces and cambrics an extra quantity of the powder Is used and for tiny thing required to be made extra sUfi a strong solution is necessary Borax being a neutral salt does not in the slightest degree Injure the texture oi the linen Its effect is to soften the hardest water and therefore It shouW ookept on every tellet table y To Remove Medicine Stains Stains made by medicine and lini ment are often obstinate to remove In the hands of an amateur Iodine narks may be removed by washing the spots with strong ammonia until it fades after which jjvasb In tepid water and strong soap Ammonia Is clJun lgood for removing cod liver oil stains Fuller earth made Into a paste aud thickly applied tp the spots will also reniov them Deer Kills a Bulldog A bulldog and Il deer fought for an hour or more ou the tracks of the Cleveland and Plttsburg railway at luICleveland O It resulted in the death of the dog tinder the hoofs of the bleeding and rliuost spent deer When the deer vht ii had escaped froni the zoo ran uj 01 the tracks In the early afternoon In dog was at his heels and Is belktl to have pursued the animal for nlles At hay the deer turned bu its tormentor and with lowered antlers charged time mild again at the bulldog which with characteris tic tenacity returned as often to tho attack It was not until more than an hour after the battie was Urst noticed by employees of the National Ituflninp company that the dog fhuilly was ground under the heels of Ute deer which jumped froui the tract at the approach of a freight train How lie Got Hln ImY1hisAnd you have yours I suppose Certainly Iidnt you know 1 wab married r Chicago Post An Effort to Define What is your Idea of h smarts t Uhere are different kinds of smart sets answered Miss Cayenne Soihe of them are merely bad company In good clothes The nIIIbolly That Mrs Beaks doesnt know beri inyn mind Perhaps not but she knows every Ifjclj elses Harpers W iklr- Lightning Prints Pattern on Girl Miss Hilda Xewstrom daughter of CJ F Xewstrom of Arlington S D1 will carry a pennihient scar on her delu the shape of a figure on tluj wnU paper In her bedroom as the ire nilt of lightning striking the New strom residence The lightning hit the chimney and ran down Into tho room in which Miss Newstrom was steeping It tore her bet to pieces 1Qud covered her with bricks and plas ter It Is supposed that a piece of plaster with the paper adhering was hurled against her burning the pattern in the flesh She in seriously injured but the doctors say she will recover A Well Mannered Cat A cat may be Caught good manners strange as it may seem There used to be oncQtu Boston hotel that behaved better at table than many children do if you will pardon the editor for say lug so lie waited every day for the doors to be opened anti then stalked solemnly into the lining room when a table was set apart for him Inn ci r ncr and ttbok his scat In n high clujir where he waited quietly as a we trained boy would nibbed his paws antI his mouth on a napkin and then stalked soleinuly out of the roomtn Small Courtesies Count The happiness of life may be great ly increased by small courtesies In which there no parade and which manifest themselves In tender and af fectionate looks and words and little acts Of kindly attentionSterne FOLEyfS HONEYfTAR oiginalLAXATIVE remedy lungtroub1eGood for everybody Sold everywhere The genuine rOLEYS HONEY and TAR is In Yellowpackageltefuse substitutes byFoleyRED CROSS DRUG STORE TA Bad r SinD 23 r THE MAJORS VISIT ij The major was confused when he l Jurned into Broadway Tbe roar of the truffle the endless rush of the feverish irowd He had worried nndulnrmcdhlmf f Colonel Cns tacky would have met him in Jersey City He bad taken pains to write Jilm warning him of his proposed visit o New York The major was tall and spare with a rnffned face aud aristocratic bearin- guefldnot look any too well nourish old fashioned threadbare scrupulously neat He he was a southern gen had seeu better days stood hesitatingly on the ccner of Cortlnnd street and Broadway liereally did not know what to do nor where to go He would rather have faced a whole regiment of Yan LeO troops than this madding crowd that flowed past him bumping and jos ttHug him at every step lIe began to regret that he had cemcI He thought of his houiq and wished were there heI At this hour how quiet and peaceful it was He could see the room with Its quaint furniture the wreck of the old manor house grandeur the tea table with the family silver sparkling In the firelight the big sleepy cat dozing on the silk cushions his sister Miss Ma tlldd plying her shining knitting needle i He knew that at this moment she was thinking of him and wonder ing where he was s Why had he left that restful haven for this babel this atroCIouS place where no one kuew or cared about him where people knocked each other like straws outof their path He was too old to come He should have known better Ah why In his poor tired old heart the major knew that hope tbrft ignis fdtuus had beckoned him that faint hope that his old friend Colonel Rnliddipji Castleton that great finan cier and promoter would do something to aid hini In his fast tailing fortunes He laid counted on that old comrade ship counted In vain DIfappointed forlorn heartbroken almost the major wandered on grow ing continually more dazed He took the wrong cilrs the wrong streets Night had set In when the timid old wayfarer worn out and on the verne ptf collapse sat down on a doorstep west of Sjxtb avenue In a decidedly unsavory part of the town his car pethpg between his knees and his aching head in his bands Ills thoughts rambled He fancied himself away in tIle south He saw hhnself walking up the path between the roses anti hollyhocks to his modest door It was Saturday night Tomorrow he must go to church with Miss Matilda He heard the belts How saw himself shaven Immaculate go lug to the village church carryhlg till prayer book his father had carried before him Ah why was he nOt thereat home at home IIlst head sank lowerlower 5 5 The aiajpr aWaljcned with n start His eyes wandered languidly from one object to another in the decent hum ble topm The bed the chairs the bureau carm under scrutiny and then the major gave a great start anl misibg himself on one elbow stared Intently at oui object the table It was 1 picture of himself when he was u boy As the major stared open riouthed the door vas softly opened and r woolly head almost as white as the majors own was thrust cautiously In Then a bent form followed the head Marse fbi said voice at whose sound the major started violeuOy Marsc Bob Isyoti all eber gwlue to wake upr sah At yohole tricks kl yi yessah at yoh ole trfcks sleep all Hay sub Thb speaker came slojvjy toward the bed The major loojied stej llly at hint CMa moment then held out his arms You black rnnfwas all ho said Tlo black man thing himself iutq the majors embrace I bress Uoril sobliiHl 11ut1 I dune Un yob slttln dUI alolie ondoin steps You wtiz clean tuckered out sah Jest picked you U1181i imiuged yoh tor dls yeah IIIlz aible room ob nilu Dress Gord Marso Bob Sam Sam Is this really out gasped the major Yessftb Maiet Bob deed Its tut yoh olc Snni holc black his sah An cow sah yoh all niut11IUh up tinr lrts quick sali Is goit breakfa air ready an yoU close laid out an bnishwl an yoh nil uius hurry salt Tor de tnhhadgeHl be heah MreiUy Marse Bob Carriage you old black scamp roared the major Do you lKeep a carriage too Sam Ill warrant you Jjust like the Impertinence of niggers1- No snit Sam chuckldd no sub I doati keep no cahhndge Marse Bob But you frkHcl Kunnel Castloton do an hes comIn pnli dls Miftwiifti1 tot take yoh to his line house sah How In till detite dldi he know was here Sam asked the major trembling with excjtemenf Deed Marsf BoSn tnt an de foruiedole kiuurT las nlgln afih Jut ohsnf In fcotf An you it tthi r see n geinmuu so ploasod lit hitd Jeitt worried hlsselt siekilaiut ynh sah nn wflz litisy vUl ills uiiHcltievIth n inksitiiii 01Ilfurr ynli kitv s It IntIssyohlinli Klon til tltft NVw Yor VorUl y t Use DeWlMs Mtfje afly Risers 1pledsaetllttlepills They are easyj to take Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store J r t hoursbutwomanly only is it a sign offemale disease but unless cured it will cause dangerous troublest because ofthe poisons thus allowed to remain in the system If you suffer in this way get a bottle of Winei of CarauMrs Lucinda JqhhJonof Fish Creek Wis writes I suffered for fourteen l4 earswMlii IireiiWity causing great pain At 1ast tried CardJiandnow I QID curedAtaU druggists Ift lWIeL I II WRITE US A LETTER A CASTILIAN BRAVADO Revolting Scene Pictured hy a Spanish Novelist NERVE OF THE HAUGHTY DON Striking Description of the Daring and CoUrage Displayed by the Old Gen g1lishmang1 Valdes in one of his most popular trauslIntedn description of a retfred Spanish gen eralrs afternoon out which will Hln minate many chivalric incidents In1 IIrcclflessttreII on the increase among the ruffians The period of unmannerly action had come One of them climbed upon n table to make a speech and then the others by way of applause threw sherry and manznnilla in his face Another was trying to lift wuliblsI teeth a companion xvbam drunkenness hart stretched out 6y the floor He dicl not succeed He merely tore his sack coat Still others were committing absurd end extravagant actions mak ing a great noise and uproar The count remained grave and silent drinking cue grass of sherry after another But his eyes were no longer as usual lupmpr h nsibJea d unfathomable llkethcse or a man tired of life Though he did not speak or move about he seemed a different 1Tbejacket and waistcoat and rolling uJJ ha shirt sleeves was eshibftlnsf hs bIceps Thich were really powerful and trying to break empty bottles ou his arm Once blood had come but ha went on breaking time bottles without paying any attention to it Then he asked the waiter to brlnga bottl of ruth rind a large glass He filled thss to the brim with the liquor and then slowly without moving u muscle or even winking be drained it to the bot tom Then he sat down at the tablel opposite tie count end said solemnly You cant do that A flash of fury gleamed through the harebrained noblemans eyes but be succeeded in restraining himself and turning the rest of the bottle lain the glass he calmV ordered the walt er to bring him some pepper He threw in a pinch of It then threw into It his cigar ashes heaped up before him and without saying a word with the same scornful contemptuous smjle drained the glass and not content with that bit It In pleces We saw his lips hpo ted with blood The company ratc livjed with oles and shouts of trio umph this proof ox an unconquerable stomach in which It seemed as though the national honor were concerned Our neighbors In the otherbooths must have reached the same happy grade of temperature for nothing was icard but extravagant shouts Jbe Crushing of glasees coarse laughter and swearing IiIThe count was not yet satisfied with his victory over the Englishman While he was swallowing with apparent calmness the glasses of llqifor which were offered to him he didrnot t ceaie to devour him with his csJ lull madness whlcarried away by n soon broke out IIi eyes which were the only part of his impassive face that moved gleamed more and more ferociously like those of n madman when a gtraltjacket has been P him The Englishman onU UtonI boast of his strength He was thoroughly intoxicated cud talking im pudently enough to the others who were not so drunk 4lSo you are very valiant are you nsked the count still smiling disdain fully More Uifln yOu retorted the Eng lishman Don Jenaro star011 to spring at him but the others restrained him Soon calming himself he said If you are so brave why not put your hand on the table What for To pin It down with mine t The Euglfslurutn without an In Btnnts hesitation stretched out his huge brawny baudi ThC count tools out of hispocket n damaskeened dog ger and laid his deHcate th md on the EUgltsiuians out hesitation und with aCnuemallIY1 grip he raised the p Iut and LC drove if t through both tThe women uttered a cry of terror AH of us men ran to thqlr assistance A few leftflie place In search of help lu hn Instant qur booth was filled with Mood From the wounds great dropg of bloodastreanicd staining the hand fiorchiefs whlcir we applied to them ISJthel J J his disposal The count smiled while they were dressing his hand The Englishman was flS sick na It herse rml spon time coumit was Iltp some and both were taken to flUCt rO1US its the rstablishniemmt liad to offer and went to bcaE eryonc left commcut1uJr t nth barbarism of tthe deed- unrry vns It nnrlJ vurruiti very hardfurrultl J 1fltf nboqrJnowLnrryFOith Ink ut the autoniAltlles I Some kin jo uiatorln whollb we ten to le satisfied twld iaortliarinf cago News 1w His Resolve Now Archie soLd tbo teacher wbutbacJopmnt1e ujf yofu mlnu to do best for yourself this year Archie pointing over ills shoulder at un adversary Is made up me mind ter lick dot feller eyry time he tJoVfs kpltballs at nie tnlUJudge Write today for afree copy of valua1e64page Illustrated Book Sat Women If you nee4 AMicalAdvice Uescrlbe your sym2toms staung ie and r ply wili be In psAddresri ri i I ONI J IH- g r THE INSURANCEMN g If you i l haveInsuuaIfcejWriteII If you have any real est teftse1Lcall on I i BDLike- I i THE REAL ESTATE MAN j I A list pf desirakIeWasIiington- county t farms for sale Nd irorSleito show property to prospective bp ersJ Y i f j v Vv Address J H i9J D LAKES i 1 SPRINGFELDKY + 0 r P Cfi KroooOOOOOOGo po g The Safest and Ourckest Vayto Tranfe Money1 S tiir YS BY j L1qig Distance Telep1ioje f TFor Rates apply to Local Managera 2 0t Q Cthllbr1alld Telephone tTelegraph OIMP Gi lfjj 8 tNCORPORATED Ii QO VO w Tonsil tisis swelling and inftammaKon the glands of the side of the throat Sloan Lil meltused as a gargle and opplitd ttg the outside of the throat reduce H e swelling and jivesi insfahf relief for Croup Quigcy SoreThroaK inChestQrLngs 5Ioons Liniment is indispensable A I when travelling because iir is soothinghealing A Price 25O f t 1OQ DrEar S Sloan BosW MassU SA Rats Multiply Rapidly Within 12 months one pair of rats 3wiUgins to breed when three months old y Each utter numbprs ten to fourteetrp From a slqgle pair of rats breeding unchecked for three years each litter glnk ten there would be r pre tseated165392 TIme eleventh generation atjj the beginning of the fourth 3tearl j would number more than a hundred 1d millions k Neighborhood favorite tii Mrs E D Charles Etectl11tMaiii speaking of j itejfs says It is a neighbor htf d Ji favorite here with us Ii dV O oritepvryjtIdjspepSia liver complfc in Kid thneyiienjJl m j spring medic no This grand j jalteralive luno is sold under j guarantee 4 Bqydon Robe tr 1 I sons drugstore 5OcII t Girls and Bulldogs t UAs4IJJOl1neJthfulfillstion4tondomirribuno- w w if you have Crtarrf pfyourlaeffr this repulsive tlisttas i Ask D rjAf- roopotiaciueVto mall ynu T5freeaCatarrh Remedy 4 si1ireJ sIng tlst wm surely tell tfptt afjatarf truth well worth your JcnoWgt Write ItheI t JTake Thl M Yoi Plises Irish county court 1 bout to openIts sessioMtecfintly tb discovery was made that the court ij crier was absent AIw bitltute WM frovidOd and the court had bnry t taken upn cads whea a breathless messenger boy dashei Ii witit a JtA ram signed bjr tneabMtat crter T8 missive was hM iifo tW judge who read Wifes tlt d1e4 it1 last night Will mot be able to cry to Y w ay L 1lStrange Tatteehn t i 4Lonton attooer saya that tfimaand serpents are iow ith women Oneof ties iM asks he l been t24ftrtoo aill Ijtfi JIfr1 t Wasa copy rawn up In the usual way 0C aiiij ar It contaIned nearly S00 wSrSpr ann he had to reproduce esrtmillyaI i e signatures lrri 1f toJ PMie j r Piautus A patient mIHJ Ibi kMsn remedy for tffllctlok j t 4 Rheumatsj5k1 Izwofouud wtiad Mldw4 eui fnatbm Nets remedy 1ttat wilt oteditiebofchroiiLCcrippei rthsIcktoflesha5ft1Th11m jtI tsuindtrroroljr killthf MMiI i deplorable disease In GetnanrwHh ft CbtrtM IB th- earmtdtt air facd the last 1irsdki w hlcIjDr Sboos Rmedr it dePendaWe pseselidon- at last Ingredient t uceiatufly tnsny caseeo1nheumsUeabiOWM lotl1 cures all ceaWs ess 01 uch drsded dteM Thos iablU aais Somd kiRwattcBtsod- nd iaa wa7 tinder thesettosi Ilr aiOoes iur whet e4ed- nd thea 1Wn iJiiovod lbs seety na6 tnm ibe liliak ieuistuin J csie Iowvsr Thut l Medflo actUat detlletafII 4J5i M fDreuS Shoops RheumatIc Remedy i iw