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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1JS1AfIlffblJ tlu ail J J I ti ERIESYOL XV Nbi1r 4e t 4t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON r COUNTY KENTUCKY FEBRUARYS 1908tIOOf 70SPER YEAR r 3 1 I RWF lRU3TY PJRAJCXICALENTIST PiDtk j ver Haf don IE Barb- erItsl J t ft work at roaonab1e prices A111 irodr guaranteed 8PRINciELD m j WI DIRECt iip1ItD coty Ieat of WaigtGfl y51i1 south- slAt 0 ts Iigtofl 9 iies from OnbaIR i oL E i np4 r ad agricultural district Two Buki telegraph and telephone exFeea office flour mills lumber Iaril Venation 1700 pop atib4 of bds IJJ pree tatryelii Congress Hpo Baa JGhae B rdstowB Kj lUprwtentatiYe iaKetitClT Legi lifwre Ne WrC M Chord Itt weicntatire in State Senate Hon G ICJi rvii CampbeUsvilleJT itylr4ti1 c1RCUIT COURT Circwlt Court b jfi s nlkefoUfUlI MOHa y FebraryMaXY 9Octo 4 f H Tk rma Jttdt I K Li Ditikam Commomwealth At onwy Robt A Noe Clerk MasterC ffl is8 M G Lteackmas tt Tt JJs Qtr ARTER V COURT Quarterly Goart Is keld OH the third tCbnday in eackrmoatk 1 I 8 I Ljitey Judge r COUNTY COURT CM Hty Cviirt meet om jthef onrth tfoadayia ech menUs BilI it ey Judge W F Boker ConntrCiefk T S Mayeir County Attr1 octeCatlettJailer5 Sldiey bourne SlterUf SajHerDIck IshJn I BerbrtEddI1fl Depmttct Ed Masters 3aa P Moore County Snrvevoi T P OBryan AssessorJ W TMitchelitBeptttyj Robert Noe Treasurer i 7j JMontgomery Coronet eJ W B sh Sup ot Commor o O SPl1BCle 1 Jl CITY COURT Ii Sai RNGe Police 3udge llcrace Marsbal 1JIw r iarigsby City Attorney j JUSTiURT5 JiceC9lUtSare fceld in Jammar ApdhJulY aBd October K Church Directory icMfiopisi CHURCH JRet OW Lyon Pastor Set yicetoa t1Hrirs and Third Suudavv iuTack heath at 11 a m and 73Op- nSiyhoolery Sunday at 10 am Priytr imtelng yery Vedmesdaj 1Itl i CATHOWCICHURCH ft Key 1 f Heanewav pastor Set VIces ivery Stoda aJ 8andlO oclocl- aI Services at StRose same IiOUf- lOHt3RCRPJtBY EJtIAN vAJR E c Lawson Pastor trlJteyery Sanday at 11 am kiat 1p Sunday school ever S Tit 10 aID Prayer nseetii Ttry rharaday evesiBg at 7 oclncl t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmBanlIOI1 Williams Pastoi Preaching erfy Syaday at IJ an 1aIf 4 74i pmt SUndaY School ever 4 SamAay at dO am Prayer meetint H veuy TfNflday evening at 745 oclock r i STIAN CHURCH ReW P Rogers gastor Services firs and fourth Sunday Sun dav 93am- 4 t t r Fraternal CrcJer f o MAMINIC LODGE Springfleid lodg iri AlJfmeeis first and third Mouda I teaeJrstoath jifaskiMjt6nR A Chapter No 57 uceriaecond Tuesday- priagfle1dCounci1 XJo52 meets 01 err tarth Monday- K3tLGJTs of THK M ACASEES Meet i7eachm KodolForl IndigestionSuruarant bott1eLDaMJII1 tbis naraetee fIU ot and yrMeat k to Am dealer == at CC Ilk falta to iMtisfy yon Mteteinr MtMr ot the 71Jwckt will 7 CiKTMatl 4 t Digests WhalYoirEat AM Stck Sw cv L 4c r i w vPd THE News leaderd + i roih 1 I1 OBSERVATIONS Ii r OO HB 1908 CROP etime 1Iur preparing toba co seed b dkfoialJ who intend o gtow a t baoio crop during tae 1908 Is near at hand and many farm ers throughout the conity are quietly making prepara ions to sow their beds Bothers ae heaij uflyfoth r Mve aupQyj Idtha f rcropthlij yeFaiiaiiiav joined hecuo crop movement of the American Society of jEqVrity The question of no drop for iWashi gton count is aIr impor taut one and means much to many of the farmers 4 geutle man from the north rnIpartofthe county and hols familiar with the needs ofHhe citizens of that section in discussing the matter with the NewsLeader man saiduTbe missitig of a lobaccocrop forgone year would be a serious matter with many of the farmers in the northern part of the county SDhe land for the most part is rough and the farms are small and hot suited for general cultivation at aHaThe owners have fryearsmade a livirtg witg a small tobacco crop and ra littte garden truck and toe raising of chickens They managed to find spots big enough on the hillsides 60 grow a patch of tobacco andI the procaeds from that tobacco has been their living Were chat taken jaway from them even i neyearthsernjIjewou be made to suffer for The ne cessities of life It is not a ques tion of whether it is besjb for tijeI tobacco interests jbo grow a CloPi with these farmers ij is simply a j case of have toorsuffer the consequences We find that our friend is correct in his estimate of the situation There is also a large element among the class of welltodo farmers who would be seriously inconven ienced finariciall theby cutting outof sYellrscrQpJWW f t DIG SALES Tberj has been Pmore tobacco sold by the farmers in Washugton county during thepast moi tor since Jan 1st than thtra hss been for Jong time for a simi ar period JI time Smce the failure of the 1907 pool those who h id tobacco pledged have been rushing their tobacco to the Louisvj lie market jthers hoVfre rot in theI pool are hauling to th American Cobacco Cos house it Lebanon and others are selling to local quyers who are rehandling and snipping to Louisville This moying of the crop is being felt locally in the basin ssof the town The money market is appreciably easier and many jra ill deb s have besn liquidaj ted A weak Stemach mea ns weak Storm ach nerves always An this is al true ot the heart and k dneys Its a pltythat sick ones con inue to drug the stomach or stimula e the Heart and Kidneys The weal nerves n att the organs themselves need this he Ip This Jtptains why Dr hoops Res o catiye has and is prom tly helpiug so manyslck ones It gok directto t 2USe of these diseases Sest this irii lal truth and see Sold Ty Red Cr ss Drug Storei J Ljebarion Grand Jury j The grand jury adjured iichgn Wednesday session afternoon nineteen after daI 1rnpart of them jbeing auainst ail lesed violators of the localopliion laws Sixty of the indictments are against W A Ferrell aNe Elope saloonist and thirty nine amajiainsirMrs Rosa Gleason wno is alsO engaged in the saloon business in New Hope These me ictmenta charge liquor ma local option territory There were also 23 other indictuient returned for selling liquor in local option territory quite a number being Against negrOes Mueller Wathe Kobrt the disillers were tudicied 831mes forse1sing1iqtorwithoutIjceneTwenty t r t againstB T Conway who is charged with furnishing a room liii iiiiiiiiii hn which whiskey was sold For sold IIOCallaption I territoy thjere retnriied Other indictments Jet rned into cur were fr the following of Lfences Obtainingpmoney by flals pretence 3 br1iIoff the peacf1 6 carrying concealed duadiv weapgns 2 3 tamitino frb 6 assault uiid battery 2r ganai ag 4 housebi ealting 2 misappropriating prnperty 1andl fa1luie to ring belt and sOmdl whi5Jle when aproach g dross imgi ths Enterprise ticklingr cougrJi Dr rogiuPnr will smily Jlfi with pferf ect safety It is so ghly harmless that Di SbOqp tens others to use nothing else even with ero young bdbies The whole some preen lleaves arid tender stems of aJ ng healing mountainous shrub furni h the ctrafrive properties to Dr Shoo s Cough cure It claims tileHH Cong and heals the sensitive b chial membranes No opium no chlo rofo n nothing harsh used to iinjure or sv ppress Demand Dr Shooprs Tak no other Sold by the Re Cross Drug Store Gets Judgment For 10000 IaThe January ttrm of the Marion circuit court will close tomorrow after having been in sessIOn for four week While qditea number or matters have been adjudicated during tbe pasfciWeek the ouly case 1fm portance to tie public to be tried was that of Harry Lan c tterCo against the loca telephone company for Si22 bOu damages The cape was given to the jury Mondajy after hay ing been on trlaf for several days during the fatter part of last week and the jury returned a verdict m favorof the plaintiff for 10000 A former trial of the suit resulted in a hnng jury The plaintiff alleged that wnen its night watchmhn dis covered qhe plant to be on fire the night of July 4 1907he was unable to turn in the alarm for the reason the operator in ttte exchange did nct answer the call Something like twenty minutes was spent in trying to get the central office apdso muchtimewas lost In this mnn r ner that when the fire depart mel t arrived the llamas had gained SUch headway they were unconquerable and the entre plant was consumed An appeal w llbeaken jiBnterprise + Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Prpventics before it gets deply seated To dheck early colds with these little Candy Cqld Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Preventics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sicken- ingi Pneumonia would never appear if caVly colds were promptly broken Also good fOt feverish children Large lbox 4g tablets 2d cents Vest Pocket boxesS cents Sold sby the Red Cross Drugstore Jt Wouldnt Act 7Somtbody has suggested that itjie salaries of members 6 the State Legislature be increased The argument is that is the way meeof higher character and Beater ability would be Induced to enter that body t This dont necessarily follow Many of the best men in every community still longer offer for ofl1- ebecuethey are riot willing to engage in questionable political methods sometimes necessary 10 Win They are not willing to sacrifice individual independence at the dictation of some political ADoctors Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simpl coughsyrup It is a Strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a testimonial Sold for of or ulsty years g = 1 vierhAle IWebvo no Secret We publish the formulas of all our modlclnes r You will haqten recovery by tak- Ing one of Ayers Pills at bedtime boss Ahigh salary wmd be jjUst as attrac iye to an incpnip tent wan is a competent one4 rand a fmooth poliij an wite half the ability would bemore likely to capture an office than his neighbor who is dot skilled in the tricksof the politician Satisfactory public service isI pofc Always determined by the sizoJ the saarjrGeorgetpwu Times j l Ask Yourself the Question ft Why not use Obamberlaius Pair Balm when you have rBenioatisni We ffiel sure that the result will be promptand satisfactory On applies 44on relieves the pain and mans have beirn perraaneutlv cured by its use Pans Balm Is a liniment and is applied axternaJly to the affectjd parts 25 and 50 cent sizes Pot sale by Hay1ouZ Robertson rr Antioch 11ITRev EL b Olmstead wll fill his regular appointment at the Aniioch churoh Sunday Ser vices at 11 a m and 6 p m Everybody isinvitedto attend Mrarid MrsjS Tj Rays and grandaughter Mrs Hester Corn are all condnecl to th ir beds wTh pneumonia They are no better at this writing The death angle has again visited bur community and takeh froinpur midst Mr Oastill aged eighty five years His death was due to paralysis He formerly lived at the bonie of Abra ham Phillips Be was a mem tier of the Baptist cnurch- Mr A J Moo e bought of R G Williams one cow and alf puce 4- 0GKMitcbelr bought of Mr Thos Brown a cow and cal- ffor50 N MrL E Sweazy andxfanjiiy attended the funeral of their cousin Mr Will Sweazy a t Greens Chapel Sunday SI 00 Reward The readers of tnis paper will bei pjeasev to learn that there fsatleast one dreaded diseaase that science has been adlo to cure in all its stages and thai is Catarrh Halts Catarrh Cure is the ouly posi tive cure now knowu to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con titu tional disease requires a constitution al treatment Hails Catarrh Cure4 is taken internally acting directly up on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby cestroyiug the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building tip the constituticin arid assisting nature iq doing its work The proprietors i have so much faith in it curative poVera that they otTer one hundred dollars for any case thait fails toI cure Send for list of testimonials Address F j Cheney Co ToWUo 0 Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family PilU for con stipation The Hipless Skirt t Tlie Richmond Rpgister says when you see your wife or sister walking as if she were stepping over some obstruction sepping high andfor all the world like an old barnyard hun dont cluck cluck to her For fashion has decreed in addition to new creations in dresses that women shall copt the new stride It is the result of the hipless tight skirt To pull off this walk thing madame litts herjejj from the uuce pointed downward just as a hen wa ks To becojne expert Jxjng practice is necessary butIh fashi n bound woman does lift mind a little thing like that Jf the new walk Uks as iit promises to Main street wid 8011 look like a storm tttwn llifj rising and falling IUKGS giving the effect of UtOrrntussedt wuves Bab Hands vill tret into mischlcfoftcnjt means a burn or cut or scald Apply Ball ardsSnoiv Lfniment just as soon as the actiicnthappenfl and the pain will be relievbd while the wound i1l Heat quickly and nicely A sure cure for sprains Rheumatism andall sprajtis Price 25c SOc and 81OOa bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store b Creation and Art To me it seems as if when God con ceived the world that was poetry ile formed Jt and that was sculpture He varied and colored it arid that was painting and then crowning all He people it with living beings and that was the grand divine eternal drama Charlotte Cushm n TUB CHILDREN JJlV IT KENNEDYS LAXAftWIS COUGH SYRMP SHOT HIWSELF i Shocking Suicide of Dudley- Mi1btiini of the Chaplin Neighborhoods Oil Wednesday Iporning at 4 am t inear Chaplin Ky Mr Dudly Jvlilbirrn a highly respec ted citizen of NelsOn county sho himself with a pistol the ball passing through his body just under the llungs Drs Bardand Bedford performed an lp tW Thursday evening and Mr Mil burndied Thursday night Mr Milburp formerly resided jn this county and his many friends in the county sympathize with his family in their bereavement Aberation of mind is said tobe the cause of Mr Milbums rashact4 Mr Milbum leaves a wife and several children He had rbeen a good citizen For some time the deceased had been in bad health and had becon e melancholyl v Eamlet hid melancholy probaply caused by n iuactfvd liver A badfliver makes one cross and irritable causes mental and physlqa depression and may re suIt disastrously Ballards Herbine is aCknowledged to be the perfect liner regulator If you are blue and outof sorts get a bottle today A positioe cnrefpr bilious headache constipation chhls dud fever anti all liver complaints x Sole by the Red Cross Drug Store Case Reversed The Court of Appeals has handed down an opinion rever sing the jupgmerit of the Wah ingttm Circuit Court in the case AiThOremernIQpredai ested forgoing into his saloonNon election day Ee was only inlhe saloon a short time aid claims that he went into it for thepurposexof getting his registration certi6bate that he might vote at the elect5on Thompson was arrested itpme jdjately upon cowing out wIts later tried in the Springfieldt Eolico court and fined 100 The case was appealed lo the circuit court wheie the judgment was confirmed The Court of App al was ntxt appealed to with the result as abova stated The Court in giving the opinion says The court gave to the jury three instructions the oyjeraost seriously complained pf reads asfollows ftlf you believe from theevi dence beyond a reasonable doubt that he defendant did open and go intohis saloon on said day then it is imma erial why beI opened it or what he went into iforrThis amounted to a peremptory Instruction to find the defendant guilty for it wits admitted byI himtftthat he hid opened the dodi 01 His saloon and enter ed it for the purpose of obaining hisI registration certificate The witness for the Common- Wealth stated iu substance that he was near the front of the sal on that npre1lantWas seen going towards his rninuterbetfre he sa1oolthat lie closed 1the him that he aw him behind the count r that there wano one in tbe saloon with him that beI did nob see him handle bottles or tlquof of any kind tbat he im mediately cams Out closed and locked the door and it Vas + then that the witness made tIe arj rest Appelfa t aiimtoi nil these statements but said that by pversieht he hat ftfuej on the evening before to obtain t his registration certificate from a drawer in the saloon where he had always kept it that he en thetitthathell was not the s loon for jnor ouropinioolt1Sjgiidces1d cut nake ota g lM Manp t does notshw lhat app Ilant failed durinllday the meaning of the strutei Appellant under the Constitution and laws of the State had aright to vote on that day he could not perform that privilege without his certificate unlesslbt could haVemade affidavit th t it was lost or destroyed and this he could not truthfully have done for he knew where it was See Acts 1904 page 31 To say that appellant in possessing himself of his registration certi ficate in the way shown by the evidence violated the statute referred to would be giving it a cofastruction never contemplated by the makers To place the construction upon this statute contended for by counsel for app llee wou d pre vent a saloon keeper from enter ing his saloon to put out a tire that had accidentally started tnereintFor these reasons the judgment of the lower court is reversed ard c use remanded for farther proceedingsi consistent with this opinioni Many Sleepless Nights Owing to a Persistent Ceiqn Relief LrOlld at lasl For several winters pat my wife has been troubled witha most peculiar and disagreeable cough which invariably extended over a period of 3eve al weeks and cangcd her many sleepless nights writes w ill J Hay nor editor of the Burley Colo Bul letin Various remediss were tried each year with nd beneficial resulta In November last the cough again put in an app sranceandwYTife1 acting on the suggestion of a friend pnrchased a bottle of Chamberlains inideedthe cough entirely disappeared and hs not manifested itself sluceI This remedy is for sale by Haydon a Robertson At 250 Per Head Two of the largestmules sales ever recorded in Hardin cunty i were made Wednesday BondI fineiington for25Q a head or 9500J This is not only the highest price ever paid for this number pj 0f mules iin Hardin county but is one of the largest gross salesl of the year Mr R R McDowell sold to Mr JR Kmball 37 head at an average of 205 per heatort 7585 p H Hichbangh spld thisI week tto Mr Twy man of Hodgen ille f tiftnules for 810 Oc 20250perh9Ad ETown News The troublewith most cough reme1 dies that tsey constipate Ken dedys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowsJS and at the same time it stops the cough by spoth inghe throat and lung Irritation Children like It Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stores dihing But seedisii I CLOVERbt SAPLING RED ALSYKEtiit QROHA1thSGRASS l I GOOD aESTfLeTtMOTHYRED TOP i j Purity and Lot i j t PrfsII t LILY ILJOHN t J f i Y aaUlUuUUUshm IISUB CR17JON t oFI HMt iI trJ 1 r x t t TT i e1 I 1seilingwhinkeytobe CoLoweflMAUil 4 l NGLANDSAYSj r YNOALUN In FOOT 4andstrictlyprJrll ts the sale of alum 1- baking powder So does France ItSodoest Germany t r The of roO f CIIbiaat IDJunoUSlTo prote4yoiirsellagamtaum i when ordering km Powder SeyplamfyROlfiM POWR I and be veryejrouetRoyaLrRoyal is the only Biking Powder PMOC from Royai Grape Cream of Tartar It aiddi ito Ac difettibility K wkoU Lsomeness of the food 3Y Watterson on Temperance f Henry Watt rson in a red hot editorial in the CoarierJouri a on I the tenrpertince question among many oUter things says liThe drastic pruhibitionist who is the lineal descendant ofr Cotton Mather tha true disciple Of Philip of Spain a natural be liever in the Inquisition and the Stiko will none olsuch reasoning He wants to make his neighb r as himself aiJd unless his neighbor yields h wants to kilt him His not the Idea atall that the saloons shall obey the law it is that liquor shall cease to be used or even xist Laws to regulate the sale of in opcicauts and increase the responsibility of liquor dealers ratioJ1aljlicense restriction are wiser and more effective and more lively to be observed and enfoiced whenever publicl sentiment approvestfaemj than any prohibitory anactment iLocil option laws unlike pro hibitory laws do notc ruse the Wholly different issues of saloon regulation and persocally abatin nce anti do not impose upon communitieddaws Which public opinion will not sufertobeen foaced Local option corstantlj growing more carefully restrict ive and stringent in superivsion aims whenever practicable to draw the line betwee that part of the traffic which public safety requires to be prohibited and that part which IT evil at all is too remolely and indirectly so tOWarrant an interference wjth individual rights Tnis policy trusts every communty to handle its own saloon problem regulating the sale of liquor ac cording to its own desire airt needs and the result has bnas agreed by all who know the facts an veraKoof effective and impartial law enforcement far above anything that could be looked for or has been reached understatutory or cohstitutional orohidition r The CourierJorrnal offers Local Option each Civil Dfo trict to be its own judge a5the alternative and it believe that an infinitely belW agent of real temperance than any oth We do not expect take the II iterates of the chain fang of reptiles and varmmU whitiMtt years of machine politics lisa raised up In Kentucky will IMNI either the truth or the toMe p the aViom equality for aL- lxclusie privilege fotDOJejj ut ambitious politicta a ought o see it The fight iSOf1 aa4 will be a tight to a finish Br lieving as it does tie ovrwr Journal will support ho mn for oMcewhorequiYooa r Upon i I principle which ougot kr lie as dear ito manly b aite aa 5tba j Constitution of the United Sfato itself as tbeOhrMt 12Relk1Jlc itaelfrbut it wilt oppot biIrelentlesslyl wherartt ippsSs tidnv wbtteyer name he calla himrtlflt o iwirpow bMof 0 resolw KsrtucWfro- ule w and reiga o t tdy pGarilwmraa bSNI st1ti lMiifM Xa t iG rg a ttilog + lit ltw ich Scuundreli1fm sqsrsds q ar a tatesmanA Dd s pUstalks abroadal higa ik carniteanjiireajstsI ave Vt ly Myiifl ftiiiir Ziiiis cNgh I 1I lIItr1 f FYouc bottle ofC erIalf0Ii lUp i edy as for aBjr of tke oilier couf miicines tbtyott save BWftejlIl bysi1 I r it The sadRI h ilwMF get not what you pay Tke MUMM if V you quality is in ee1YII1e o uk jt remedy andyou fetr irtillB whakJiMr 4 i take it JBuylag coof k nitttiBt y TV important matter F ffkct 4 kk often vIeMJktchc a4 iwhen yom bay i cMffh icisb jsure you are gcttiag tka4 iriH cure yon coiL WWnjMi biq berlafas Ces I awaewft PriM and SO e aU Mottle yet sss Haydon RotortMW f A 21 Dc i it r The JDuroc brediis etai llftf Honor of poepemiay tlks vQiti that sold for the hiusstp4ss eyer realiaed at ap MM Mk lie a female of aTiqu ea of awiniiim IspsiiIj iilfi odMO by Mr umv SpeaksattbSsatH1lLtIHJ 0b4 P l3tb She is by Tie MoM ass fL Ohio Chiefs Bell 8s wa boubtbyUMI lfiwHir BfWi v t cat ffor28Qa Ltt Another good pnpt at tht4 Mlle Wu 127605 paid vlijrii B Davis of Fanaiagu Kanaaay lr Ohio Chiefs rsadsbw iired brMftdt iKIa I Tht iOwa in this sis wblekY i1 were bred to Kiss l tt averaged JonrmaL 7 t4 X l i Use DeWlttLittle KM T plecsitt little elk Tsy i ltkWJbi i 41ku5r li t iCity OrR Ri t m- At a reciW el tityt CoiBcillel ts Qt- priagS14 Ii M4 tfJoriJrthe fcllowi f oHHamneo tadop4 d C0b City Coraieiii oC ttM Cpv f fSprsglieIdXydo ordAM ASc4OsL1sciyeaiyive oeota M ejMii Hundred dollars 9t pffpti sdfnmcbiMc Im ttw Mf d8iId Kyva MMod trIInhiqi 1t1rf 1908 b- saabreb d i sd Wlor IIowiigpsj- iosa fWii ty send I IpovsSeM ir wstwis3esase tor Ifefcta tea e- nusrs1pIrposs 4Sees 2 TIt 5ba-Mtr bsrw ivIss sb- aMi inbsW5b of bsOyr Sprlwcs Bf o Mi s o twwrtyooe jearf CM DuUar ai FiftVOIPo1Ir1h 1l prp JOHN W Pawi Mayor T F B K Uterk BodelflL I i1 rLtI vT w r 41 WL MSLEADER j TJIy lJU JUA Y aPltlJ1GPIUDXY T r ViSOJr i rTIUBsDr 71L r2T J90S1 tk A virt wii hrweve- rLDLO11 ItrCkb Lh from Win jj j t ed ehiitttfly Ibi Mf tct tn t a deal jp JMM IIM JieoMiKiaied betweenV 1g t this ASi4 nuiv8opii iy of Equity i RI1TObaccoiMidlhfc Cor tp rlf whKity tbs Uttert company IftkM fiwrall of the pooled to bftoco 15 centperV TIN N pijtia feTidenUy prema iIi taft A tcb f rsnce of the par Kw bM biea on for two days but f 7 flM rfMlk have not been offlci ally dISCLOSed The friends of Mch aide In tIns controversy Ml Mfctllythe lovers of law Md order ire hoping for a con Irmaikffl of tile report 1 i 7 1 1 woald Mop the gi ation the Ia p mighfcSnding and the no crop I Ulk W rt + The Democrats of Mason 5P ooiinjytave jiktaiiiajiled S A t i f7 Shanklin M their candidate to jf a3ocid the late Virgil Me Ii i Kiigkt4ntbe Kentucky Legis ftp jaUri He is a strong SpcietyV t fEql tmnand it ftf will vote for Beckham if elected r i The Republicans nominated i O Or Pfgmas on a platform Oft law Mdrbrier j TbeLeislature iig still fill b ttefinf over the McChbrd 4 bolld the county unit bill Tb former Will probably be dis pi otto day whiiethe iateof the latter appears lancertatn i ji Sifttts M tt euPcrRc L Hew iMtoy tire4 fathera and mother im this town entpr this race eV x nlfhtt earrylnga baby And they rrowJer wkat the matter is Cuances 0 sSare the child 18 starring worms are i eatiU aU its food Mot chlldreu kave Wbrrni Tours jpJeednt WhteV c 9 Crmyermifuge Vll get rid of the VonK aid strengthen the chUd i ice25ccntaptb9tUe Sold bj te4Crb68prnff Store 1 f Fair View f t1 t MrjiJM BifOliver ison the lj ackItI rl J 4Ct Nancy Moore was 4 the pleas f anvguesfof Ora Canary Tucs ay MV John says pf Polin has imoved to Mrs George Etodines d frmII Mr HamMoore was in your tbwnTuesday on husiness 7 Mr Joe bishOp awl family were in fur midst Friday Ora and Wfllie Canary visit d t friends at Willishurg Saturday It and Sunday 1t Mr Thomas Gngsbv is not tny better at this writing d IS EiOtjr1ttTkats the way you feel about the liwfi when Jo H have a hacking eoagls Its iboliBbness ioIet it go on j a4trt tb luck logt Or t wheni t vJUQlatfAai HorehouddS rup will stoo Tkllp lo1gh and heal the lungs Price i ctndio6per poltle Sold b theSodCrwB Drug Store l L Wo xilawii f Severalliour people have Lt la grippe your scribe being atqong the Bumber Messrs Qasand Reed Bene it diet of MooresyilJe spent last Sunday with John Ellis at this placeS4S I AMr Arch Weathers is ill of 1 4SZ pofumonia tf Mr LucuS Barlows sale wais largely attended and everything broug bt fair pi ices He sold his Sto farni to ben Rhodesvlfor 1150 4 t Mr Lee 81 earinger was call Jr ed to see his sister it Salt River- Y who is quite ill of pneumonia Mr Emerson Barlow and wile ii fuitedi thelUtters mother Mrs t J S 1 VV1IifIill ias j6 1 7 e001t trip to Bardstown 4i flat Ffl4YI j ilOSlie nnsi 1Ii ai Mleon the drug at ttpo4at J Jin Lcas Barlow and family liliwftve for Mvtton IHiqois L w DeICYIN1 BI hJlattended nef Sii15sieti thisp1c5 J1u1t Se 1iysBch ttJt j CIds N4oS Pspr rc ps Ou wk tMC- iii siik rabia WiIIisbur St Y rat frbjn here attended county court inSMonday Miss Ray Wens is viltirigher grandmoiher in Lawrenceburg Mr Gabe Clark visited hisS Jbroihert Garrett at TiompsQn yule last week V Mr WT Wells sold a cow to MrEay Foster piicVo Mn John KaystmdVMISS Effi Careyj of Pblin were tne puests of Mr ierrqtt Fester last Suu day Mr T J lrehtw s ittow ion business Thursday I Mr Oscar Colin spent a few ddyswith his parents attbis place lastweekV Mrs W T Wellsgand Miss Mattie Brown attended church at Fairview Sunday Mr Jeromq Trentd chil dreu of Pulliam spent Sanday njght with his sister Mrs Wells Mr Fete Gibson has movad tJ thebduse vacated by Mr Carl P erldVMrs Will Hinan and family spent last week with Mrs Mor ns Cheatham Mrs Afld Miss CbraTrent visited Mrs Colvin iiii Springfield Monday i Everything takeninto the stomachs ted laity within acer tain time When you feel that your sstomach is not in good order that the food you have eaten is apt being di gested Take a good natural digest ant that will do the work the digest ive jnices are not doing Tile best bttoubleSieo give prompt relief It is a natural l digestant it digests what yon eatjit Is pleasant to take and Is sold h reJ by the Red Cross DrugStor- eHardins jliapol VMr4Georgewell l was the guest of his sister irs Tajlpr Maters Wednes day and Thursday Mr Stniy Fenwick VIbought a new buggy Lookout girls he iis comingaround A Ray and W ltsr Logsdon several days last week withtbeir uncle Mr Silas Logs don v Mj seELJa and JMargie Fen hyick and Hat ie Logsdon were the guests of Mrs Taylor Mas ter3Thorsdavti Iftrsi Lillie Bollinsli and her cousin Miss Bessie Edwards of tsloftsl Uglierrhursdayand Friday tf The sale of Mr Jeptha Wilson wasVweIL attended everything prngmgalrppces r1 B Willson has nioved to VjVbjsj Mr Boberi MUton cff near Mackvilie moved into the Jhouse vacated by Mr Wilson Mrs G W Fenwick antij dan jspentSaturdsyt GW Cocanougher J TheV nrusical entertainment BraehYateslast attended and fell report ai eSjjoyable time MJsBettJeCanary MrsiG W Cocanougher Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatt and two children Alice and ftenry psqpantAnderson and familyIMrs S H Litsey Mrs J I 1Bettledaughter Adray spent Monday with Mrs Nellie Logsdon and family Mr R 0 Canary has sold his farm to Mr Bi Lake of Springfie for 825 an acre The Rose SimPle Remedy for La Grippr- Laigrlpge coughs are dangerous thep frequently develop into noImohia Foleys Honey and Tar nly stops the cough but heals and streugthsns the lungs sothat no seri pus results need be feared The geuuine Folhys Honey and Tar con talus no harmful drugs and is tfn a yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold 1 theRed Cooss Drug Store MOOR1S7VILLE j Tbcre casa large crowd attend dugflelclMonday Those on the sic list are Mrs Nannie Weekley who is ill Jf1 asthma Enoc Perkins has pneumonia M Thos Gngsbyl VeekieYIiscom ljcltion of diseases f Mrs Albert Wall andson have returneJ home after a visit to her p rentst1JoBen Rhodes and wife of Woodlawn Mr Emerson Barlow and family of Woodlawn Mr Wallace Seay and family of Maud visted Mrs F M 6eay Sunday Miss Dessie Weekley has r- cIturredio Greeribriar af tr spending with her parents There Las been several carloads oi tobacco shipped from Booker in the last week Mr Coon Weekley was in Louisvile llast week on buinesi Miss Nancy Ellis has return 6 nftBI atives beteVSeveral from here attended thesale of Luke Barlpy at Wobdlawn the 19 VjflStVj Mr John Weekley and family of Stringaowu MrV Walter I G rigsby andwiff nf Bardsiown were called here by the serious illness of Mr Everett Weekley nearjSpringfield EUzah Farrisfarm Mr James Cull and wife visit ed tneir daughter Mrs Colum bus Cheatham near Bloomneld thisweek IMr Wilt Sweeney andcJil dren of Woodlawn visited Mr Edd Yicurajine family Monday Miss aiy2Boblitt of Bards town is visiting ner grandparents Mr add Mrs Jeff Smith this weekV CotVumbus Cheatham of near Blonm ffeld Feb 22 a ten pound boy Mr Ribert Tbgle will move neat Bloomfield this week on Mr Wallace Shehans farm Mr T D Swteqey bought 100 bushels of corn at 65c P bushel from Mr Grumes in the Frederickstown neighbprhood t Hililborp As1 have been absent for some time I will tl y and perfo m my duty this week eVarehaving someseVy fine weather atthe present time but look out for March as they say it will be extreraey cold Welasibe poihas busted everybody seems to be shipping his tobacco and recciyiog very good prices for it Mr Colman Settles hsjs gona to Blbomfieldto make his future home J Settles is reported to be = 1tP- II Removal Sale illL From now untilwe move Into our new store bUI IdJf jng we will give our customers the benefit ofa SWEEPING REDUCTION 11 1fI=1 These Articles will goat cost tI 100 Mens Suits v = 100 Boys Long PanU Suits l150 Boys Short Pants SuitiV I = VCordurQySuits rf and Pants for both men and boyso rVVThesei il FursVV5s l These price are for CASHI ONLY I SVT r if i I Iz Y Gruildyy McItfro = 1 i7- i ii IIp I Ir b 1 SJ IJV fcijMwteLii i 4Vb I VSI1V 7 O r HORSE IIBreeders Attdiltioll ILD Baker Offers Fine list of Stallions tor ihe Season of I908 at his Stables Fair Grounds Springfield Ky I II I desire to express my thanks tc the stQ k breeders of Wash patronageduringstallions this season I Moko Pearl No 40394 RecOid228 trial 218V The greatest trotting bred show stallion The handsomest sonbf the celebrated Moko Moko Pearl is a bay stallion 153 hands was foaled in 1903 and was bred at Walnut Hall Stock Farm Lexington Ky He is by Moko by Baron lIpkoPearldam is by Isolene Moko Pearl will make the season at 620 to insure a living colt and will be limited to 30 marctsrheseason ends June 1st The following statement from tHis horses former owner tells something of his individual merit Moko Pearl hasbeen shown praotiCaJtyLawrenceburgSheThyvilleabout the 5th of August 1907 aftera heavy stud season and with io days preparation he was 2d at the Blue GraisE air in the TheGrestamphinGeorgeBoerman i keepingdrove him in 218 ih 108 iIn 33 seconds After showing him at the Blue Grass Fair last year we worked him a few miles and gave hima record of 228M we believe he is a good trotter and a game horse this is the opinion ofevery man who has pulled a lineV 1over1 I pective trotter for the green classes woulu be hard to find Red BirdV I I VRegistered a 1JSG Vol V A S H BA IThis horse iis too wellknowirtd need any iintroduction to the breeders of HVashington and adjoining counties In the fO well posted horse men he is the best breeding saddle the State He tfaade the season at my stables last yearopinionI Ifine cr p of colts are testimonials to his merit as a Bird will make the season of 1908 at S20 to insure a and will be limited to SO mares Owners desiring to breed to this horseshould book their mares earlyV I Bouncing j Connaught Va No1527- 2I e Hackney Stallion 153 hands a beautiful chestnut sorrell three white feet and snip nose This is a remjirkibly h wIthIIhorse possessing the true hatkncy style and shape and is a I actor This is just the horse to improve the size and carrJageborsesins realivingcoltV I I IThisI 1I of a IVVVIV II- VI II also stand my fine mule jack Bill Goebel on the terms as llast season 510 for a mare mule and8 for a horse colt L sameIIII I Parties interested W fine stock are cordially in v i 1hors1I L LaBAIcIJt I much better after a long illnfss of pneumoniaIj H Settlesswapped io with Oder Harmon There are several new cases of lagrip in this vicini y I A Hines and J A Coulter were in Louisville t week on business Key Sutherland and wife gperit Wednesday with J W Settles and family Mr Sanford White and Miss Mattie Smith fwo of ol1rrirost popular you1g p opte were married Thursday I Valuable Rned Jcr Cti Croup W W Gray aniittrrney at Wchat t chee Wash days I have used Obamberlain6 Cough Remedy InV my family for colds and group with good results I attn to always kcetf this remedy in th house Sold by Red Jrpss Drug Store Jt 1 tbeI Prathers CreekV IMr G R Best arid wife and Miss Lizzie Best were the pleas am guests of the family of G H Christ jrson last Yfday night Miis Euler Smock speut Snturday with Miss Mnrgie Christ rson MIVilI Charfey and wife VwereShpwmalterSuI dav IV Mr Sid Russell anti wife we e the guest of Mrs Lucy Holder man SundayV Vt It seems tliat evervb dy out tlrs way is sick ajid most all call ifgrip ad asfart as I knovl isV pretty Uadas I have had a test l myself Mr P D Harmon has lost both of his horses in the1llast 10 daysdMattie and Prentice Hayes old their crop of tobacco to Hilton Gilispie of Mackviie at lOc Ma es Holdermai sold their crop to Arnold Peters Co of MacKville for lie Mn Yowell who claimed he was from Haysvilje cam iiarV drowning at the fOrd of Pta iher Creek on the ToxtS and ckI 14hIsing that the waters were npt past fording went in and n some way his horse jot scare fl and he got out of the jujgyand went floating lown streni Iall as there was a larg watt near by the horse and buggy Land the old man all went under oldriJarigap ie claims that he wentunder lying his 1 taptup wifh his hands as be oassed under But however the old man came out all right but the lop was torn off this buggye 1tassistance from some hands that were stripping to b cco at the barn of S MI Mayes vllich was close by and gpt his horse and buggy out lor- him and was soon on his way tto fackville wherebe had Varied rJjlie old gentlomn claimed that lhfcj was 80 years old and told the lioys thathc wai it hero and had Dren in many such gases The hjys offered him some dryi clothes but ho said that it ouldnt hurt him Mrs Nancy Sims dird at the home of her g andrhi d Mrs rore Barkeron the 12th Iihstr of old ago rtgGranuy was 70 yparp 3 months and 2 days old bhs had beer nm ried five times and all her husbands preceded nor to thegrave She had two husbands ui the Revolutionary war and one of them was Captain Bunkey whom many soldiers remember well Our conespon lent probably refers to the civil war instead cf the revolution As the reyoluiionary war was tought about 48yeas br fore this rcmarkablo old lady was born is lhardly possible that she had two usbnds cr even onewho fought in mrfmorabl struggle Editor Granny Vda good woman andJ possessed aauy gotd hEwas kind with those he met arid nlwuys had a hind word for everybody and always made friends wherveIshO wenjt and v e feell that wp jha 4lpst a good negbtfo i kind friend butshedj has goi to the God wtiodOethV- I rat e tIAt i ik s II MainTobaccoi VSWJeh use CoVlffr INCOltPGRATW v I j I MAtI N f 8TREET f HOUSE It I IfIIi I t fi r jJl U STORAGE FOUR MONTHS FREE OF CIIARGE4- V t K i VIVV s1i i IBest Lig1t in pity uctIPrrS le Palii5 I Best Inspection t V T Retixrrirs V 1 Promptly Made Mark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET riOUSE t 2 U r ILt 4 i VV all things well Her remans were taken to CornishvUle and Jaidby the side of her only son She leaves thren grandchild en Mrs G D Hark If of this place Mrs Riley of Cornish vi lie and Mr Jessie May of Fort Wrsh ing ton I Texas jtMrs Toni hays is very sick with lagripat this writing Aunt Nancy Cocanougber is very inuch better at this wrtirig Wle are glad to repoit Rev K Lj Purdom very mucli better Mrs Robert Lynch of nar Texas is dangerously iiV G W Cocanoughers IMr onwassev rey cbokd nickle IrHatcheU was called and soon relvh d th plinV Mr John Peterson and wIfe ind Mr Clay Brady and wife and t oldest aught r pent Sunday JenrIt on sl Eriday End1 ISturdayr DJD 1andi field MoudagV t I11rbought four work mulcts of Mr B ard Wiihite for 575 G W Murphy is invoicing IMr of pejchandise togixe essJOn to Messrs Good Mr Marcus iOpcanougher of Sitomstown was4 here on buiness 1 SatiirdaV 14r F IV Purdom delivered a fine lad of produce to Hariiod burg Monday Mr Sam Kimberlinpurchased five barrells of corn fOin Mr Jim Arnold Viol 3 per barrel Mr Oharlie Kimberlin bought a crop of tobacco from Mr EliottlortencentsV MIt Whooping cough isTa jng in frIf Miss Mary Dugan of Jensor ton vas here several days last week Mr 0L Brad v received quitei a lot ofcattle hero for which he paid good prices VKorean EnglishVOur translator has han eJ In the following conundrum The magistrate of Palk CHyon Mr Paik Iwki asked the dismission for own position and said suppresstheof any Education otherwise there are nothing to help the people but trouble Korean Dally News f Chinese Rice Paper fThe rice paper upon which the Chi nese do such charming drawing laa thin sheet of the pith of a treeJ Women as weir as Men lire Made Miserable by Kidney and 1Kid Bladder TrouhleV minddiscougesandlesseisanibitioii bctutyigotl ts soon disappeart ien liel t tVV onUr OrBwtiet K14ieytroublcasbeCOIlIC In that it is not itizCoii to1bebooteak kidneys lithe child uril1ate t09 oftcn if the urine scalds tile flesh or if when the child readies im age when it should lbe able to control the passage itlis yet afflicted vitli bedwct ting depepd upon it the cause of tHe dim cult is kidney trouble and the first stepshould be towards thq treatment oflthese ptantortrnls This nupleasazitpr trouble Isdqe to a diseased the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as jnost people supposeVWomen as well as men are made miser with kidneyanti bladder trouble usable and both need tile same great remedy ap tutiTntirl taSwanpRooissoOii sabycent and one oJlar =size bottles YOUJ1IUYI nhaeby mail free also a nome ot6wampiioot yopaiizphiletincluding lilany of the tliousands of test monial letters received froiii sufferers cure4IlI writing Dr Kijnicr 8 CoIj NY and mention fluthisbut remember the immeiSvampllipt wI Kilmers SvainpRoot 1d the ad to fyertntboltleJ 5VV i VSVVVA tVV- In presidential ear 1908 7 Jr it 4XnTHE EVENING POST DURING TIrE YEAR 199Vf z Ss COSTS LESS TITAN ONE CENTA DATV kjGoFrom Isaac Shelby to lugyslus f Wm inEveryhtf 1E1 11tuckyssipicturesnations steamsbJpr ntes atattethIB1ata In addition tn the above there aralnemaps or equal value including Ute FhillpDlnea torto Rico Hnati Ala3ka late maps of the Unlttd Stntea Paiuusa CnAL Eastern and Western Homla i latorVThIR un1cue nd vitlfiabls Atll1J ti rnE ALL EVENING rOSy 3mJSCnmERS If not uow ubserller send UOO t9F a full years ubecr1ptloa by ymallper t The Evening Post Is flrstln everythlne has themist fetatft news gad bitVi market VSreportaV AVVA dally newspaper fort the home tl rTbeEverilng Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Aflasanfl Evening VOStWIIbVThS IIj 5- r FOR OMLY i5a P r i44c44 f vI W tehTali t QW y l j ffflr Htf jcf 7 Resolve tcrheon time rromptnessisVVlure that SfrY netcatl posess 4JOaiV g watch one bAt you can rnLy nonjth a i 6 will lvyouihe sail Inctiop of baiigd iJruitthemiiuteV 1 f + My WRlchstoclf wiItaord SOUhSG1V tion from a large rituge QfVi3esign of the i t 4neeatpatternsp the rate maher r i JMVotirmlns fjall tle reliable Inaker l l ltwj f i yS 5 t 6 OppositePresbyerian Churchj t x- t VTlV i W i Jas J6ravei-IJ gOotOoQI0oQi Alit r Jf = Girlhocdandcoif Jt ErrtvljfcifiiX linked togetherV t II j OVVVVSI VS- 0The girl who takes c itJ Et7If 1 oCt Aiion has plenty of rich red3 bloodVO plump active and energetic O oo Tlxe reason is that atafpeiioa v eIdigestion i iveak S otLs E Ion o provides her with powerful nounshimt tV easily Digested foimV v SV It is a food that builds and keep p wi girls strength itI I- Sz ISVV1VALL D U CGISTst 50XMtb oOOOOO cQiu 9 O The tn tir ct teCi v v j Mans first lost net is4 sdyV crowded car taLtotcyuiti tiJvtween a pawencw anti tIihZoth wore very ipiiqli extdl fittt they continued toargin vfaeir tV t grew louder aod tonder flnaiv a rtthe rear of Jtfip catsbOltet1i upl and much tb the iEI1M1tk4- 1nUseinontf iifOVoiiawr oKNki they immediately esil4ei J Ask t Yourself theustfbe ct Why not Ufa OBmb 1dtuii fejit Balm when out hae rlietr tire 1 l foe1siir t11dtfltci reSiUirllfHie ompt and ittiac ttorwy Quaapplj ih3f e Pain Ualjp ol a liniment jsti t pliedxtCrINJY to the iSeL- rts ant lt aeuiVjt lbr le by HayjUHJ t Uabertiirni i J Th Rest Is EasyI Toouret lYSJOP1Pttgive awby ur ciafluigihlsh SqinQvilIiJoiiJiin1 VanVThb amount of wuff of a man ene 1nt go9ift ei4lujtni2iw world1 ll ginriLY dpctsd 4 tlircharac- rof Infir9Vad nneortstfous111S n r t R 5j5Toprotectr l cf Jat6r nights ft s1 4fp14 IgltVtbciiia1tt t 1tisaiwlLeiyV1IV those lit USB by Urn iiki tJtt wWt Except that it ii tAjMt M OftOStIdCrdQWLirV51 1Thertaay be dWBFVbCVStilus prbsldlag a warm tLiitlhtbe eoverll4rcanaot b tes- jhtq ty thbtesUfimo tlIklflt p 1VFtijiiVVSVV A 4 Ji1bC millionaire bosi Taa r114r- atwhen be foetsIeriw WtF he hitcbenMawbsj1e Union ti 1 wIwrECream Verrnitiipiiiith wuIIEMEUTH I TI MIIUWY fNEI ThIfl NIJ rlt7iic 1 r jIC r DRJ M BURTON ttftftfP T DENTIST r T ETW EXTRACTED fNfTHI UT PAIN t fd t j lrioHi pw Mock up Btaits t8P IlWPlEL riAll Dental WorkStnctiyI 1 Fi acY 1 r DR jA lJliJiJfi Juclil lhd SJr8eonII 0ce factors 1 8 t tq V L Office over Hayddncs Drugstore l Ulamptop MD i a ornce iI 1tPi 11ii1St CVkC Ho6 ple l IeiiceMo 38 WiFGRlGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW o otter re ple8Bn sPRINGFIELD KY I y i Dr M W HYATT Dr J I SPAULDING 2 1ruiO1fice5to lo3areaiIIj to 12IJ 4 t05 pm allsaidnight i JOHP MAYSr FUIERltL JuiliECTOR AKD US8IEM B lM R LERHONEfTEI Jt DAY 1gfIGHT 74 r yiKY ry Rafroad Schedule JTollowipg is thd time schedule BardstownGand Spgin gfield branch railroad No4t Leayes Louisville at 100 p m 0 Bardstown Junction y 5E22 pmtBardstOwn no pm arrives at Springneld 70o p m t No 42 Leaves apginggeld at f 6 20am Bardstowu 607 amY Bardi ownl Junction 650 am ttrriv i8t LOuisville t 740 aID No 48 heaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction SilOm Brdst wn 1100 am arrives at Springfield 1230 pm vHo44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pmPfiardsto ii Junotion 4 5p m- arrivest Louisville 545 pm No90SundaysonIyLeavedd S BardsP town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville Vi35 am No9 Sundays ofil Leaves Loulgvllle t6 ardstownp JunctioiBardstownz730 p m arrives at Springfield 25 Droi JFOP Sale j jJJ i on One K odd ecpndhand lju hex i1 ewrviharid made biiggy PeqtvpfuggY trimmings of- all kiiidsoahand V er3t W HrBONDit i F Lot Watch i o between SprinJ eld anti n on Thnrsnav watchpiat Keward ceder IDlES R TREE- Turkeys Fo1l Ovring to the circumstances 1 wiltnot raise tTirUeys this year Will sell f agobblei l bousht ofI I Mrs Wrigat for S10 and six fins two year old hens First check for 20 gS thiS flue enlu f turkeys 7Jilt3t MES w H L MAN t The eaitorOf the bienrphiePun VTitDes r writei uln iny pink n Foleya Honey and Tar is thi best emcd hgriYi trouble atfd tomyovn person t r lcrtowledge Folevs Honey and x fciS accomplished many peruianenv cares that iiaV ebeen little sbo tjof r thrgenuide ci the yellpw package Sold thc ted Cross Drc i fiyiC 1iave Foretell Weather VrarikUpns produced by weather on the abuts plant bay coutflediei by PrtfijJipwack the riginatof oi ith pbservjatdiy at Denmark hUlEtng land From his codes he can eon struct cnarts tour days in advanc of tne weather bureau predlcting storm s Rinds changes apd the like The fore casts are made throtjgh the dinecfent positions of the lleaves whlolv i are turned 1n everr direction anft trx tol different angles by the atnidspljerld cLwge j + y eIrrmenie Cabbages J Cabbiges In Cuba grow to suchJisize Mt jr ilngle HuXL often welgh dJf 1f uatlt y ofthe5exes fir Jersgyi which recently sent a w ii Ugwayman to jjail hat now rt man as a common scold 4 M Niite tdteF fro IMat tNt rdi i TO WN sxJ Iv 4a mr bL riubtC h7YlwJ Yhlr Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest 11 i AIIAftout Yourselfr friends iand Acquaintances c tl R Cain bell Cahirell to Speak =I uT Gampbetl Canton Presi dente ifiebe Kentuutfy Mate t3nipiJLpfitllB Bpofety of Equity 1st nriounced tobabe re on Sat urday tteX1tospetk ab the l Codri lIouse ill the afternoon at Ij30 oclock lattejrs of interest and importance to tohlccogrow ers swill lbe discussed and a large crowdis antfbipated Mr Gau trejl yf ill probably diFCiiss tie advtsa6ih y of cu tting oub the 1908Crop 0rch MFaTd grass eed AtK sale 1 v W H Lea maa t t 11 haveTsPaie molesl XwjlC loan qUIMor sell JohnPkrrott FpR ait9yorkshtre boars jgilb and2 durpc gilt v a iiv E dWalker Fbi fteshkjlled cotQjmf heef Jhone B AsissD Ua Carpenterr Dur6s Jersey 1gsandQoJ nosh Indian game chickens for sale PN ioward TAKEN UpQn myplace atL gilt Owner can liave same byi aytnPost T W Simms Dont buy a new suit of clothes Jatlfrtake yonr old ones to Ray Bfos e8t blishni tit and have them cleand and pressd Next door toClerks office I lie reforrsale a pair good earling horse mules J T Montgpmery lVedericltstovn Ky a AYBDFr9mmYplac on Pleasant Run two red sows Last seen on road near Hugh StitesvpUce Tive dollars for recoverry D3 WILSON At a stockholders raeetidg of the Washington Coun YFair Association held on last Satur alternooti the company was reorganized and new officers were elected fFW S Gibb was elected Pijesid ntj TGCampbell wasr chosen SecretAry and T S Mayes Treasurer Tbe board of directors rind the vice presidents rsmzim practi tally the same as last year It was derided tp haye the fair is year the secpnd week iin gust Monday was qyUe an active ti tIAuctloneert3ports lthe folio ving sales ftt Beard Wilhite 1 pair t mujes for 5250 vRernule lOS one mule 98 for T Will S imms he spidoo LiVrence O Darnell IQ yearliug mute at 100 each e A sp sold for different parties one aged jehnett 50 marjB X98 horse 590 mare 70 old cow 13 50 o 1Juna cal f 43 aged mule 80mare 2025 a f uri year old horse X100 and a mare 88 h f The declamatory contestsl given by pupils under Prof George Colyiiiat the Opera House lastf Friday nigntw s thoroughly enjoyable aff ir The contestants were Misses Mabei Williams Mabel Tucker Alice Baydon and Evelvu Royaftj and Messrs Ollie Barber Walter pieififentsl Parker Medley Thos bol in Hairy iShultz was chairman of tine contesting com pditbeeabd presided with dignIty esaWere M rsWiHWajes WaT fter Hume rind O M McUhord ewho decided thit the medals were won1v AZi sJreIp n Roy tsIIeoiir Notes epan the cbnving of qiih titcourt Monday v morning tie itnfjianellejiand cliarjted by Jtfflgj ruurnian The instructions ir w ain were nor out ftfthe ordl tb11ta aYtti theJury as to svinfog and dyjTill suiting fish caiyjng Ganceitf i deadly weappnvsh6otin t tn tfai public iiighvvay rind g mhln ioriegard tp jJoiaVpn of tlj i GOTlaifi sJn ne T1 u an arfery pd tive t juHgth lqC that if ttey hric tliat r 1C Jatti barbeiht iId t diet for cacti it tp artppre ldla t jpt yhpmitha vi H tor iJiyrbt lo stated that a piftj had t h iijglittp brin whisk into 1ecc1 TOPJGS11 t option territory for histf1uSe or ti ecqulfi bring whtslceylba nptier provided nod Charge 1Itb1 betforlhhpufPosebet yisod the indictment t pivatl con councerei whether the sale 1 tmii ajdiKQCt JUdr TIl i ly indirectly urlnan iInstructedl the jury ttin t litnivas theirduty to inves 1i iie the eJ cent disfruction of robjrbyji by lire by unknx vvn p rUisCajiii to indifit any one vbpm heSfxund had ijaen connected with tha PVs outrages a r lThe n iv business dbnJthrs weelrtiie dispg iri iif fvlcomtno a5pt t T q et qctrp iian etoee lti lyigbl one t GpxMcLaughlinl t at ilss Annie Cox and Mri Val tojp lcliaughnn wera icjliiSUv uiHride At the home 6f the hTl v IItifeQerII ffin2 ndreJafivos of tbej testis fbdi groom witnessed the mirri e t The brie and grppmilrov i out tJo his toothers house jmtue diiteJiaffer the weQdiwhVre ibb l ifnlf d muse a1 att ah m rat whicha few fnfcqds iworer preserit a Jir and Mrs M cLtgghUn will reside with tits motuervs he vill h aye charge Voffhef ixa this year t u tti r r y v Houses For Sale i The two houses on Walftutand ownedbyiliai pri vately Both are good H room houses and bothhftVe good enants note For further par ticularfl see + KrMV THOMPSON idll1iJJistrn10r i RepuBlican Precinctf Cori yen J o from + Prasuan to ttie d pnQlica prtrty rules which re ujr s that be1ell i be1 president of the United SatPsfI i thatbettl1tthemgtpir county tneetoiti T reci net pIceiarple tC IW dntl OCa thevpurl li ose vpF electing Rtpublicau precinct chairman fc the ensuing four years Muslai Dican Secy 1 W F Gigsby Chairman rTo The PQQlicr Reports have recfntJti been piin arid around Spring field wI1itidn me a eat injui Glee fcn9 repprt isijjibfttjl have bean married andhaVe recantlvv been divpced the jgiound for tnn1ighebrietytnn i cused tocOllyincea part of M e public tbata falsehood has been circulated therefore I publieh lie following Dottier which exp BenrY1hllerii of J Henry Mmerru t AUQUST J OTTI Mer 19081diDarSlr Ypnrs of Uie23d at h R nd Will state that I have kriowtr Mr August Ott fur abou- ttbrteenor fourteen Year flftl s dietwas abov of about fourteen learnedl the cigari ILrade and worked under me for about six or seven years He proved during all that tman honest and faithfulf emp oye Becomes of an honest aud ihrtnltt family and I kwowof naught auainst hn character felIroud of hlv inamy employ Fhere Is one other August Ott in this ctyaman bOf1 trade j married Dont think lie is Mtr anyway a aced to the above A Ott T Oigar Maker AObi t is not or at least ws not mat r ed up 10 six months ago the last time I saw him I in most respectf i il Up ir J HENKY MILLER PERSUN4l Mrsi Kate Martin of Louis villtr arrived Friday to visit her whosnL ill with grippe with serious complications Mrs Eusebia Phillips of Le anon is a guest of Mrs A VR Shuhz ti Mr E A Hundley of Leba 1ODtas trees county court dayl Mrs mmett Field r of Louis vitls is with her sister Mr Parwe tjhrVlIo has been ill of lagrip e Miss liar tiros Belt enter taindda terorber friends ot fflitch lastrfaturday alteruooh MV W T 1 iclJlrr y and wife and Mrsi George Coivin spent the day Wednesday at Mrs John McOhords at Lebanon athi Mrsil P McCuord who t i totUvl i h relative r Mr Jlhn Ei Thomas an ai tarncy af Lebanon attended dourt here Mondavc Mr IftnMcElrovor Leba non was Ja town Tqesday Miss Liiiy Simjns who is ata liD RED 3AlD RAND CANDY lOc PEJl LB BARGAIN D w AT MCELROY SHADED Satur 40 ay ebrnarYt 29 C hc Specialsfr j1 ho the Monarch L MJp regular price 25 c for 1 20 1 bottle Mon irah Cocktail Uatsup reg pricc80l 17 1 bottle MmarcH riiili Stucfi rtf prce 30 for I 25 1 can Yntch rub Saluoow rep price IScfoK 15 2 cans W FI D zttiplin lpp es ram n price 15tia can 2a 2 r rice 15ea trim 25 2f pcansi atan 25 3 cats gllprice lOc can furl 25 3 cages German Sw et C tocolata reg pr feT Jj 3 tux s Jelio ivgpcice 10c rt box 25 1 9caD9 t2 f5Jv r Iden regular 20 Lomous tur vl i 15 8 ihsacuoa Coff et regular IIIii U3 ab c50 8 l s CrPCCU t oeieg ice 2OctJth f S5 4 cnJ1J Ibs BseKded Oottea ijri lGO 20 Its Brown Suv for V ol F 100 18 ibs ranujawd SugttlIor F i rOOrJ Don t Miss TheseJ7r Eheyt tpaUgo09 valuest Li y Yours Truly BI Elr0Y2r r had r ColflPtretpMiss ti Fannie McElroy has re Turned hrtm after I spending sev rttvests s asH gnstof Dr and M1sP H Blan4daof Dan vUle Mrs Sidney Osbor ne is very ili wth pneumonia Mrs Kate Witiiams has returned froma trip to Cincinnati Indiauapolis and Louisville where she stackakI I of millinery for her opening t the new store Miss 8alJieiustonofMa d was1he guest 6fMrs Hugli Stilesfroni Friday until Mon day Miss liahnieShehan of Maud spent last Friday night pith MissLaiiia Shehan and attend ed tho school entertainment Mr Bon ParKs was called to PerrYviIJffLon account of the death of hiss sisterir law Mir C L Price has returned home from Louisville and Bards town where he has been on business I S1J vi c abe was call ed to thebed side of her 9u band who s very ill in Loutsv elfe Miss Ellen Wl1 bens visiting friends io Lebanon Misse Mary Burton McElfoy and Cat tsetse Kglly of Leba lon were week end visitors of Miss L nine Tucker Miss Mabel Thompson has returned home after a visa to relativel iuIndianapoli Ind Mr B B Caters 6f Louis iHels here with friends for a few days II9r R B Edelen Jr of Barqsto n spent Sunday with John F Simms and family Misses Helen Brown and Mar Ven Jtifftjrles of Louisville are haderaMrs Ileo Haydon entertained few if her young friends Tuesda niglit The ondiiion of Miss Sue telyIilli for sc me time is slightly im proved t Airs jPalraeri tfrnndy is still ve rv lojw withjbut slight im ptovetoent in bur condition Mrs p A Tong who has been in Dr It C Aic horde infirmary at Lebonreturned Saturday Misi Dora R Brown who visited her sis er Mrs Robert Noe last week 11ms returned to Kirkland r Miss Katherine Russell is confined toher home with grip Mr j Joe S ClaybrooUe was in Lb isvtlle the latter part d last week CAit haunts BobtittQf Leba not wpo visited her sister Mrs A Bf Litsey returned home Tuesday Miss Eunice o Nan jta hone to Hodgenviile to attend he- silver weeding celebration of Mrs humasStarltsa REPO CONDITION FJR5T NArrONALBANK OF SPRINGFIELD AtSpr ugfleld in tile state of Kea tucky at the close of business 14 1908February d No 1767 JIESOURCES Loans and Discounts g 21569918 Ovordeafts secured and un set ured v 5 48220 Q S Bpnds to secure cir cu ion 5000000 Banking Louse furniture an fixtures x 500000 Due fr jui National banks not reserve agents 197042 Due frum Stato banks and ba kers u 167092 Duo fr m approved reaerv ed Genre I 68lt48 Notes of other National baiks JL 121500 Fractf nal paper currency nil kiss aniLcents 12127 IAVJt L MONEY KESUBVE IN BAN VIZ Sped 81173400 lLegal uJartotes 6803001858700 Reds iptioiifnnd with U S Tiea8Urer6 per cent ofI cl culation 250000 otai 322 14347 rJAEJLrrJES Capitt stock paid in e 85000000 3QOOO00ip nses and taxes paid t NatiO ml Bank not s out 592407t t at smiling 6000000 Due t other National banks 120 Due o State Banks and 13tt 0141IndivU check 14108015 31767451Notecotnted 335303 v 1 TotalI IJJ221 JtfSTAixa C McBlroj Cashier of the above naino Tbauk do solemnly swear that the abovt statement true to tbp best of my kiiou edge mud belles A C AlcISlroy Cashier Sub gibed and eworn lo before me this 5th day of Fobruary 1908 C iS M McCHORD Notary Public arc m ission expireJang 1JiO Co nBcr Attest J HN W LhWIS B L L1TSEY Directors HI J GRUHDY tr 1 1s0 f i8 ol n t It f L r f i li t J 0 C t x a f At I M tie Big Store r ititWilt continue d yntil Further notice on the Follpwin t r t lterritfc fKlt T Ladiesand Ghfldrens Cloaks l Jfelj bIi i i l I Ladies Skirtsl Siiiis feineoats arid fiir IS p 1 i I eileI Vev are oTfering all r Men and r a 1 I Il Ir rt I Uediiced Prices on able Linefls liapHitis T W IH8 1 lieetings Cotton Tick gs Gmghams and Ft j 3vi i other Cotton Goods IIj I Itf J =t j it Special low prices on Men I and Shoes Ladles arid CHilcirens Rednced Pric rip nW ter Specials Friday and udaY rI rw Ladies whitelawn handkerchiefs v 4ExtraJargeCfo Umbrella for V f ofj 85c Umbrella for i 1 25 U ui brella for 9b have some Il greatlr b a r r 1II i nt UtidcrwarI for I tufflG1rJK t K 1 H f 5 Il JI +r eei A diir r tJi1kFtbben or i 1 t riThe RObertsonan laybrook r ti j 4 Ifl lNCORPoitAlED t jIUI l r Av lYJrlcR1t l I II r e J 4 f r 0 4e t Q 8 i- a s 4 t Ii i Ji 0rown 0r AbOUt AprlII tSf1 a 11 r Z5if f wjll openin the storeroo111s on Main strest now i fit f 4f occupied by Gruhdy lULcl I nfire with a line of r 2 s FINE Fl uRN ITURE 1 J j0 rtMt Leachman of our firm haying beefi engaedIn the busineM in Sprij ficU t for several well acquainted witn the needs of the 1 trade and weirMl i to endeavor to supply those needs Mr Theo Campbell the other member of tire t tr firjn has identified with the business interests of the town for Mrecml tfand we will endeavor to please the people We willafull and ceon plete stock of r I t t2Js J 4 i nouse fUFhitu reC rpets Rugsrd tr ftc st f1f j j f 0 Patronize home industry hive us a chance Atfyoyr businetc 1 r t LG HM Nr MPBfjbb t j r i ts Mr and W rs George D Rob ertson J r are expected to ar rive this evening frdm Kansas City where they married Taes day Sale f On my paco one half mile from Springfield on Booker 4ptgood work horses 2 cows sow and seEHi shoats 1 two horse wagon good hay frame cuilti vator and two plows 6 All sums uuder 510 cash over that inti and 10 months Sale to b 1oclockrtMattie Sansbnry Take This as You Please When an Irish county court vats ibbut to open Its session recently the ilacovery was made that the court glee was absent A substitute provided and the court had WaI aken up a Jcase when a messenger boy dashed in with a tefe signed by the absent crier Che missive was handed to tho ludge who read Wifes mother died ast night Will not be able tb ftrfyjo I tn r t Law of Life What Is the true lawofi5n life That Is the Huegtlpn vUIch 1 tUat t lutlon of which every coq triup welcome And the answer that tfec Eliot gives is that there is a reiguf law in the moral as well as iri ybyscul world and that iVfr Y4w l not be broken with impunity d man Boweth so shaU he also reap I PIfiES IIII let Immedkte relkf from prSb p intmenti r We k Mn4 1i t J l t f1 t g f ji l C Lltnr r 71 f t kAI 4 ntadrJ 10 t r We years is local been years s ram m OOOO ffiftsf l tttt iiShlCtly r tr 11 J t Ir Md Up T Of Dat e 6 r v I r f 4 Is our stock of Confections Fruits iTiMatf1 s i f We bake every day dreadlEt cakot V t tT A fresh s tffine candic justreo rr l R 1 FR ESH OYSTERS L Ji s i ev rY Thursday Friday and Stwtkyv is k ii1 vV i Meals served and rates reaonabl r jf r I r KATIEHERtLEI t ai J OO OO jWj supplying drinking water consisted ot asorle of snh contcal tybes socketed into each other irftfCors and stpp ridgos so bonijtriipted w to give tlie water a shooting motion thus prevent iUTgfaccunxulatlon ot sedto nt a f i j Causes Suspended AnlmzUGnr TIt ro t Jn or belfCvltig tfiat titnin fUif m l pbcu rtsusJ d atlm b ti sit aouultic death It ir qijcjaj3yl tu8psvft temporary paral ala of the fespjratiOn nail heart bCati which if left aijane will deepen Jhto death but intelligently treated xilli generalsfresurti t lai recovery rHE CJILDJlErl LI E tmNNJl S LA AtlW- A C WG1 sYRJ ra t jItl far pbmJNgft i1t It i precept tkat ird and what w Mwm LLLot oiily aaorf H Intmi i pleasantlyl TW JIt J t Yat t thlait tWr laL har cffr W 15 Iir- ecom8H 5 k p iIR rCbe aett t u w i j t BctftlencOl j F r J I J lIY i 4- pItEQUEST EaaPrpsrdat 1 1 tf ay- I i T 7 Mix tht JeIe1rt byb kin2 ytt ijas oiik and Uke in tea ito f1t dossi sfr Neals and aLbdim Pid fixtnic JP ndelion one t bait osw copona Krgon 1W os Oop und Syrup Bartay lia three oun6es A 4 pes1Digist is tbi aufKbrity tfaa4 ftfcpM wjipl arm lew in Jr NUMl4 OMI IM obtained at BoeiN1 oat tro dor home diisTb mixture w wfid to Cleanse t 1 a aiMpf tb i te clogged and iaaoJjiy rJ eyiercopaing BckMbe Bidder weakness M4 Uriaarjr tfoaWe of allkinJ1iif takM btfor the atage of ripfiaoITbo e who baretpid this say tt pup1y ercoees pain In ttnilMidj clears the urine of I liiaiit and reaiatee urirja ititiBi MNeiall7 at Bisiht coring jVt worst folrms of bladder P 5wakisJBTtt man or Qman here w6o liiJ that the kidneys are t at pare acting in a 4S iMaltk teannar sbjjld mix tills prMerji tiiojQatbome and give it aftrial aitisid to do won i r fai many persons t The Scranton Pa Times wast irst W print this remarkable pec1ptIoni ini October of 1606 e sisoe wbea all the leading news 9 papeMivOf Nw York Boston Philaitlphia pittsburg and- other citieei bie made maiiy- WMiiceiaa ents qt it totbeip read lj r An Hooect Millionaire J tS WbiWso many of our very rich keen irs the target of the rresef ndtbe public for the i Iray jn whicn they have ac uired swollen fortunes it fs pj J1e DQte that a man can acjipiire man millions and still Iliaitt the confidence and re sject of their fellow men Such w UebfM0rlSKJeSUP of New York who died last- week Mr Jesup was n banker 5in14is city for nearly sixty jelrs and he financed and pro KOted many llarge and impor tanienterpriies including the Canadian Pacific Railroad It was hu business to loan money and iloat bonds and conduct financial negotiations and he f delt in very large transactions by wbich he amassed many mil Ji HOB of dollars a dno one can say that any of them were dis honest His life was as simple d1is habits as uno tentatious asany ordinary citizen Nc an archiat was ever made by Mr Jesnps good fortunEsno social 0 lst waeever mai e by his success f i1r acquiring more than his 5ap5f the worlds Roods He IJnveilesed a suite of apart nietainaconspicipus hotell for 4OQayear He nevey llost or wwf500bo on a horse race or iima game fpoker He never fcouifit a iailwayon the stock f teafket or managed a corner ingrain ijlS named Was never i mentioned in connection with i litock IpUrfngI operati He f betterknowB as presidenr jf the 1cbamber of commerce andas t president of the American Mui r ttioi of Natural Historyl jind for his aciivity in religion charity k dition art and the advance i i1181t of science than of his operations on Wall street When men spoke fMr Tesup usually mentioned thetylaooey he was spending for the welfare of his fellow men rather htl the money he was making by frw financial operations p Thet t I4uisvi1eT11nes- Is the lircst afternoon paper ptIbJis e4 anywhere It prints tfee news right up tor the minute POtrr loore editions everr 1iIt 4Th gslarjrical ofTbe j + Tl ee kiH a yarb t you can gtb i L srlif t J i tPc1F1 ri vIlle Tknes i t l i hoyer- r d t St4lILasd1y ir prtier to f CrfiOJ to IhT1 es PISOS CURE Lun Trouble of Ae most ieriou and dangerous cTescriptioa has been promptly relieved by Pisps Cure It has proved itself during nearly half a century an unsurpassed remedy for coughs colds hoarscMt bronchitis asthma and all affections of the throat andchestIt contains noopiates or habitTonning drugs Pisos Cure has the confidence of people everywhere and sworn court jutimoiyhasr- oyed that by its use many of the worst copsumptive CeH ks Nave Beea Speedily Relieved COUGHS AND COLDS1 Without Authority =C A Hounchell of Afanclies ter claiming tobe a deputy revenue agent ivs here this week endeavoring to make some money ty catching merchfitnts who handle cigaretes He said he Was a deputy revenue Agent Nash of Corbin Several merchants here were handling the Igoods And h unot reaewe4- their license for which there is a small penaty Auditor James beard of it and notified Oouut Clerk Poteet over tbe phone that there wasno sucboffice s deputy revenue agent and that the young fellow was acting Without authority apdto so notify the people hereHar rodsburg Herald Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee imitation erar yet produc ed This the finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produc ed bv Dr Shoop oj Racine Wis Not a grain of real coffee in it either Healthcoffee made from pure toast ed cereals withmalt nuts etc lie ally it would fpol tan expert wno might drink it for Coffee No twenty or thirty minutes boiling Made in a mmutevsays the doctor Sold by McElroy Sli der Springfield Ky The Old Subscriber We sometimes wonder if news yaper men generally appreciate the old subscriber at his true vu We mean the old standby who ttakes the home papery ar after 3 ear through evil as wellaR through good report re port and pays bis subscription tegularly just the same as he wouldany other honest debt As a gneral th tlg tie old sub schbeMsSpatient arid slow to wrath He will overlook many little slights from the slights which the man who borrows bis readings would not stand for a minute Lapsing Ia Mirror 108trlgbtl take somethiDgJright away that assist digestion not eometbing that will stimulate for a time but something that will positively do the rery work that the stomach performs under Ordinary and normal conditions some thiqg tharwiH make the food digeati To do thisyon must take a natura di gestapt like Kodol For Dyspepsia Kodol is e scientific preparation of vegiable acids with natural digest ants and contains the 8ame juices found in a healthy stomach Each dose will digest more than 3000 grains of good food It is sure to afford prompt relief it digests what you eat and is pleasant iotake Sold by the Red Cross Drng Store Tobacco in Indiana ColumDUP lod Lester Hughes who manages a large tbbacco warebqiise at Madison Ind for the American Tobacco Company was here today dis tributing white burley tobaccos eds among the farmers of Bartholomew county and urging them to enter extensively int the culture of tobacco torhe markf From here Mr Hughes went to Brown county for a like purpose The soil of Brown is especially adapted to tobacco and iinformer years much tobacco was shipped frtm that county but of recent years the industry has wanfd The western partof this coun ty iis also well adapted to the growth of tobacco and it isex pected that next year there will be mOre tobacco raised in Bar tholomew and Brown counties than eyer before in any one sea son now that the associations of Kentucky thalento greatly re Juce the acreage of tobacco in that State Mr Hughes said tjat tle night ridrs in Kerl ticky were driving many of the tubaccoirowers of that intoSouthern Indiana andstatej the farmers wculd be engage in tobacco culture for market and tbat they wrfnld be insured good heirtfproducts 4 DeWittf s Carbolized Wit t Haze Iveisj the best for cuts burus toolls braises a nd scratcnes It ia es pssiaily good for piles Sold by the Red Crofts Drugf Storet Mans Influence 4 Jhe amqunt of value of a mans In jfueace for good or evil upon te world jriligeneraliy depend upon the charao CerOT his indirect and unconscious SueceT b Starr King Indictment The grand jury jafe yesterday afternoon returned indictment t againsti the Amrican Tobacco Company charging thUcompa ny with estnblishing and main Pl1r1posetubdccpiin Mercer county Tie indictment contains everyYalle gatiou possible tobe made In connection whh the btisitiess of tbetrustinthiscounIY The offense is put isbible bya fine of 5000 and it isthe opin ion of competent lawyers that it will be impossible fort the Amen i can Company to in anywise escape the Charge on techni cality Commonwealths Attorney Hardih wpsn Lrxington the first of the w ek looking up evidence to be used in finding the indictiient Ihe Fayette county grand jury recently returned several indictment against the American Uompany in which the charges were em bractd as in the finding of the Mercer jury Tbe company has alsQ been indicted in Franklin county The case will come up at the next term of court the present term not havinftPfcufBcent time to ruL in which to bring the matterto a bearingHarrods- burg Demoorat If you have indigestion You want the lasting cure that Mio na stomach tablets give They cure the worst form of stomach troubles or cost nothing 50c at the Red Cross g StoFeI I Intelligence of Flowers Maurice Maeterlinck has discoursed at length on the intelligence of ie flowers and argues for but one tall peryading mind one IhFelllgetfce and reservoir of consciousness in nature whereunto the Individual plant and man have acCess according to his ca pacity Surety King of Burglars The most enterprising burglar as yet recorded is the Long Island chap who not only escaped from a brand nOW CQunty jail the other night but tQolt with him all the locks and door- knolis In theplace If they catch hIm they ought to promote him to the best penitentiary in the land as a tribute to his genius NOICEFOr the next thirty days we will give a gurantee with every 50c box of Mio na to refund the money if it fails to cure indigestion and all stomach troubles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Creation and ArtjTo me it seems as if when God con- ceIved the world that was poetry He formed it and that was sculpture He varied and colored It and that was painting and then crowning all He people it with living beings and that was the grand divine eternal drama Charlotte Cushman gene Frame of WHat The bone frame of the average whale weighs about 46 tons sing the stomach to cure nasal catarrh does not sound reasanable And i it isnt Breathet Hyomei which puts the medication right where the dis ease is and curesI Money back ifit fails Sold by the Red CrosstDrug Store Strange Tattooing A London tattooer says that drrr ons and serpents are now popilla with women One of the strahgcs tasks he has been engaged on Intel was to tattoo a will on a womans backl It was a copy of a documer brawn up In the usqal way of a solU Itor It contained yearly 60Q worl and he had to reproduce carefully al ltbe signatures It is no bother at all to cure catarrh if you breathe HyorneiV healing through the little in haler that comes with every outfit Quick relief and lasting cure Money back if it fails S01dbythe Red Cross Drug Store Simplicity Above All The supreme excellence Is simpli city Longfellow TREES fFMt and Ornamental f Everything for Orchard Lawn wberryrpJthem Write for free catalogues We TH SONS I Lexington Ity DANGEROUS F SH Ways of the Green Mprayjof Bermuda and thoDcvtfishSWhen one speak or dangerous fish the first that ouiut to mind are the sbnrts uudthp octopus Bur uciltier 6f tbesejs really formidable to GSberineri The hark never ut tacks a bOlt und the octop s very rarely A much worse creature titan either shark or Octopus Is tbe devilfishn large ray that is common In the warm waters of tbe Atlantic This fish grows to u weight of n ton and a holt and besides formidable teeth is arm ed with u borrlble barbed mid poisoned spike In the toll It bus often been known to attack boats A fishing party In n launch succeed- Ed in harpooning one of these fish In the bay known as Aransas Pass Texas The brute tow c them eighteen miles out to sea and very nearly upset the launch It was twentyfive feet long and wolgbed 3000 pounds A very nasty customer Is the green moray of Bermuda Thfrattieire sembles n conger eel but green la color and effvage beyond tiny fish that swims An English marine officer fish lug off Bermuda itpuror two ago booked a large specimen and began te pull It in His negro boatman bin eyes x stztrIn with fright begged him wildly tbeet the line The officer nt flrst refused nut AVhcti heSiw the fish turn on Itsejf and with a crunch of saw edged teeth bite n large piece out of Us own liriQ be cameto the conclusion that If WM not TI nice thing to have in ii snmW boat jITbe SFordflsh Is a dangerous crea ture SxvordQsh are caught for the sake of their oil and flesh especially along the Atlantic coast of the Unlled States They are harpooned In tlu same manner In which whales used to be killed Quiet enough until ni ltkcdthl swordfisb then seems to go raving mad and fights with unmatched rerocIty Loudon Ansjwjen 1Purely Businesr If you dont marry me declared Richlew Rake Ill ben vreck In a little while- Indeed replied Miss Cnnnlngal musingly Well how much salvage do I get Philadelphia Press A Sure Winner Mrs Henpeck Thbsq who are unlucky In love are shld Ito be lucky at cards Henpeck If youd Jet me out nights dear I think It would be a gqod thing for me to play poker Puck jSpeaking fj thCjlgfblct High noon Is the correct time Houston Post The Modern Cow Tho friendly cow with fcoat of silk I l veanjl so I ought She gives in sterilized fresh milk At sixteen rents per quart Thqy talc nor temperature with care And test h r milk to see That the PT cent of each thing there Is Just what It should be In antl ptlc8tan she dwells Is bathed and groomed each day Drinks jnly from artesian wells And eta inspected hay Puck The Name BismarcK Few people knowhow Bismarck and his ancestors got their name Ills marck Is the name of one of those ancient castles n short distance from Stendal on the road from Colpgne to Berlin 5n the center of the old mar- quisate of Brandenburg The castle bad this name Because It defended the yiarca or the line where the river Blese formed a boundary In former limes or mark of defense against In Jrudcrs hence the name of Bismarck When Greek Meets Greek Gracious uiy dear said the first society belle do hope youre not you look so much older tonight Im qititewell thank you dear replied the other And you how won derfully Improved you are You look positively young Philadelphia Press Pacts are Gods nrgnmorits H itould be careful riever to mlsuhder itaud or pervert tbeui Edwards Killed by Horde off Rats Attacked by hungry rats Georgfc Whltcburst a tenmontbsold babj was bitten So badly that be died a few hours later In the Pettnsylvnnlii T hospital The child was sleeping n- 16nO1Inhome at 505 South Eleventh streets Philadelphia wlieu the rodents sprang upon the bed lint gnawed the youngsters face and body In a terrible tuna ncr The father attracted by the youngsters cries ran to the room Whlteburst wrapping the llittle victim In a blanket carried tbe child to ti hospital where 4t died Penalty of Loanin Whets become of your umbrella II loaned It to Tompkirisj fWhy doesnt he return 1tI Tile owner caught him with It and Demanded It llihvaukee Sentih- elteII oy sues 5Whnt Ie ycv nde a7ma ea fpr V a 1fl MssiIcnsth Oi b1r tUjJ pUNlolllnk iint ot nnji Hv khv fH Mpn h In1 jilt pliiiu cl ftisltittned wlthoui iuy i Min u Co tt irdM a elci Woman Runs Mouse Farm Tradition gets an awful Jolt In tho fact Chat Miss Abbie Lathropof Oran by Mass runs a mouse farm Unjust Blame ofIFOLEYS KIDNEY OURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Dp not risk having BrightsDis There1nothpg SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES 7T Youri Passing I II ShadowtJ24- II Sulphur Expelled the Rats Hu Is n Maine farmers mode ef 1tl ing his premises of fats nd1DlceI MIt you sprinkle sulphur on your barn Itoundthrougb your corn as you gat er It there will not be a rat or mo tse to bother I have done this for years and have never been bother cd rltb ruts or mice I have some old corp In my crib at present and not a rat or mouse coir be found In steeL Ing liay or oats sprinkle on the ground aiu a little through each load and my wo d for It ruts or mice cant stay tin e A pount of sulphur will be- n Iclent tq preserve a large barn of cot and is good for stock and will not hu t the corn or bread American Cu tlvator WorkIJs excuse for being Idle oI the farm says American Cultivator I N matter how bad the weather tbe m Ji who manages well will always ilikl something for his hand and himS Be f to do in the barn or the shed on til shop and every farm should have ul shop There will be harness to oil or ladders to make or mend or cxst- o grind or saws to sharpen or a dozen ui i one thIngs to do to have toola and ut msils ready for Bright days plenty to do besides whittling and wblstlbig Tho Next Time Friend I Bjmpathlze most doeply ith you on the loss of your wife and regrefso much that I was not able to tteml the funeral WidowerDont mention It my dear jllow Come next time Ne Pour tire Awful Warning Pa Yes my son the Egyptians were she most Intellectual people on tbe face f the earth at one time but finally the utica decayed ITDmmyAnd what caused them w ecay pa t Pa Smokb3g too many Egyptian dg retesi my san A Changed Bird An Irishman who walnt muchot t miter went out td hunt one day and he first thing he saw to shoot At blnejay sitting saucily on tbe topof birdladWhat he hnpprtned to Und there was ttend frog wkivIrke raised carefully ru irms length tflokhig at It with n puz tied air Finally ie remarked Weil jcgobs bat ye was a tome looking Wt bofvOI blew ther tUbers off attmih11gea Library Ridiculous MAmm the jQuakcrs said Miss WIRe I Sttllere the men wear their iata In cLatch How ttdcnlnnt i exclaimed Mia GldltniAs If tiny one oud powHl 30 Interested In mens twtK Phil lcipbla Press Tbe men In this ionntrj who liegiu fcy knawing It Hit genorally wind up tI skins the way lIOweAtIILnta Con thtt9si Jirrny yilljamc ji Manager JlaimyMcAIeQr St iiQuIs Americans bitemls to start the season with Jimmy Willlapts at third base If Williams Is too heavy or slow for that position ie will exchange places with Ferrlr who is wilting to play either second or third base 1 V Always Around StrangerInet this hotel Is advertls Ml for sole with fixtures What are the fixtures Clerk Two dudes one broken down girlsstt s Revised Version jYI City noimlcrWhatk that old julage about qunmorating 1ung poultrv Farmer GeelmwDoutt count yore chickens till after yew have plzenU oie cat Detroit Trmn 1tn r Theater Seats The seats wore In the orchestra on the theaters left Tblleft side of the bouse alwavK soils out first said the box pfllcC loan Everybody seems t prefer It to the right I dont know why Boxes ospoolMlly W can sell tWo left to one right box every time Nobody takes the right slde for choice And there Is no reason for this As much goes on In the right extremity of the stage as In the left =We proprietors always molt after that =and you see Just as much from the fight as from the left fiHc Why then fs the IcA side nlwnyff Hn jremlumtIlew Or pans TItnesD IUOCIlt f v A Disconcerted Scholar When little Arabella Krupp flr t started In to school She found It very difficult to follow pf course rule she tried her very best nr11 tSac 9r should not frown And Swift ob dlqnce she gave tfeachor sald fJItdown But the next tbhiff that sh rfyns U4T plrl nt 1 JJile5r fMfWitMtDitiyncftrlwllUlo Vftu I tCrnD b t Yield of FiftyNine fear Trees Fiftynine pear trees In Washington on less than an acre produced j nearly 1000000 boxes of fruit and netted over 2600 The trees were tho Anjou variety Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives which neglect may catlsd to fepoiAe pwmui i Make yours Into a passing shadow by diorderyour womanly troubles Thought remedy fo you whqa you aIll1rdbackache nervous spells dragging pains irregular functions etc Is 5 f Wine of CarW i MrsR H Lawson of Sprttt Ala cic1writes Isuffered with female troubles foI2yz Iid4doctors dIdthey no sol J bott1esJe 18bettezthan lgreat1tre WMdriiggiztz in 100 botfles Try it WRITE US A LETTER f Tie Snouarc Vthe northern United States the anbwdrop Is tile only garusu fiow that we can count ou year after yes iliS tie earliest sign of spring Its pen duloas wljlte blussoius with heart Shaped seal of green sang by Rosscttl often appear before the last snow hea gone Luckily cvcnclty families need lot be without snowdrops fpr they have been known to thrive In narrow passageways between tall houses Most bulb6us plants Uke the baking hot sun tbelrIsun l one of tile very few that will flower regularly though less freely In dense shade and with a northern exposure Country Life Tn America Receding Gums redIsaturate suite of bicarbonate of soda ised freely as a wash and alsolIii mas mglng the gums The soda solution b loathing to the Irritated flesh andl ilso ntrengtbenJng In massaging rub- the gums with a rotary motion fron lie roots downward srthat any pu hat nIght have formed between the jjeoth and the gums will be forced ou for If left around the roots the forelg natter will decoy ipd may eat fat eoi and ruin the teeth IAn Accident A lonely goat tat on a rock isnooLins- a snoozing A little boy beneath the rock sat musing sat musing The lonely goat slid orr the rock bott be yanl goat rcveipd ti shock And qulcl the boy litt the goat was bruising was bniUfng nr if r T hzthe Urahi ani t 4t to in ah city The ban white anxious Chlca loco nx man wciirn lure The dodgli and hurrying to go nrpund the jnanl front are never tievt Theiurentwf Jlf Is on men not niotipy or mathine5 There Js not much doing before oclock and at 4 the safes ali lockw the desks are situ and th ineii wit do things are off for a ride orh swl or a game of tennis Here n nina doe his busbiess Cblcago News Another View Mrs Tourkti5ni afraid that thc monkey wouldnt please my husband Tender But madam will find It easlc to find another husband than to get CSPIJsterklTranslated From Le Rlreit It Regrinds The mill will never grind again with water that Is past remarked flit mournful citizen Thats where a Joke mill has the bulge on a water mill cackled t J cheerful press humorist r Plttsb Post bjj The big responsibilities of J life littleare ones Bohemian I Tils May tecs Yon No qheis Immune from kidney tronbl so just rememlber that FoleysiKidney Cure will stop the fr reg ar tie 8 and care any case of ney and bladder trouble that is kidJ brVonff the renchof medicine Soldi by the Red Cross Drug Store Produces High Temperature With the use of the oxyacetylene 4egieesFabrenalmost double that obtained with the oxYhYd gen flame I Wise Advice Popp Do good by stealth ani blush to find It tame J Ancient Justice The ancient Greeks provided theIr Judges should hear the arguments attorneys In a dark room test they Influenced by the beauty and ofiiof the orators In America we P1r a weeping woman and a bunch hired alienists before a sentimental JuryU And we boast of our clviliza tlonLoulsvIUeCourlerJourn l Special ADnofljictirBtt lwtm ilioe Raliuiial fun Food and JUl Lay I y rWe are yleased to aunouuce that oloys Honey and Tar for coughs It1lds and lung trrubtes is notajlect- edby the Natiortal ture Jood and Drugnlaw as It contains no oplafes or i er harmful drags p nd ewe recotn n it tvv edv for children StIr IIIn1 j Puzzle for Children A man has rtwo hobbles On oneI he spends 2000 adnually and thej other costs him 600 each year S0ne Is air cooled and the other Is naturally Ij cool Ho takes one out nights and theii other goes out alone One has butJ one sparker and the other has He cranks ande and the other In setI cranky Both are Inconsistent and exceedingly unreliable Which of the two hobbles tis the mans wife and which Is his autoniobilePuck Barber of Elton Wi3 sayr IBert only taken tot doses ofyour and bladder pills Gnd they have done more for Inethau any other medicine has ever done 1801 still taking the l1lss J want I a perjJ Ifectcurett Mr Barber refers toLi DeWittri Kidney and Bladder Pills t They are sbld5by the Red Cross itru Store t r j t To0Qfterii bSuccessnroverb Write taay or a freecovv of vatuabie64pae illustrated Bock Ii forWomeaJt sssjAdvIce describe yesyour syrnptans MaCnc age and reply be sentJnAddress LadIes Mvtdcy lept The hataxxxgaMendn Co Oattaaeegi phla ssi4 siss tii itr rt i ON 0 IIB D1 Lake q 4z5 t MANI I If you have Insurance toWrife J If you have any real estate tqsetjV I I III t show propeitytto prospective buyers r vt Address I k tI3 fl LAKEJ 1SPRINGrELD Ky- IJ 9 XHKHOOOO oGDoThe Safest arid puickest Way to 8 Transfer Money r 0 I1SBY- of l Long Distmnce Telephone Fc Rates apply to Local Mariager f i0 Gum erl1ld Tolepholle Telegraph Copauy1 g INCORPORATED p f- O GOOOOOoOOoo COoC oQQOOQ r HiOne trialIwm convince you that SlqrCs Liiyinveixtwill stiffness quicker andjtasief than any other pre po ratron sold for that purpose liltI penetrates to the bone the Wood drives sFrenghand Lrnimentforrheumatism sprains contracted muscles stiff J Ijoints cusbuises burns mpand insect stings jOir1I Bag for Sables from the drausbts iSteeping a sleeping bag Is on is made precisely IlkeI those In use by the ranchmen of the west except that it iaf the dai Uqst softest eiderdown flanheF The flap may be drawn about the shoulders titus providing a cozy warm nest In which the coverlid cannot be tossed aside by the restlessness 6f the small occupant ifjjou have Crtarrh ridjaurlsef of1 this repulsive disease rVsk pr Sftoopotltacine VIs4to nidi you fret a trilVboxl of his Dr Shoojvsi Catarrh Kemedy A simple jnglf test 3vill sureI i tell y n tJatarrit- truth i well wortizyo 1citowinWrit- to day dont suffer lboh Sd by the Rrill Cross Drug Store t Intelligence of Flowsrs ff Maurice Maeterlinck has discoursed at length on the IntellfRe cOs nf fS flowers dnd argues for but one alt pervading mind tone Intelligence ahdt reservoir of consciousness In iiraiuro f- i whereunto the Individual plant rand man have access according to hlsrca paclty t Foley loncy and Fur turesjtbe most obstinate coughs ant ptijt the ccld from tho system as Ibvis mildly laxative tt iaturantlert The genuine is In tVilOY ftgckfKC gold DJ the1ed C0g3t r fi iure for Fibbing Habl At last the habitual liar jhafc Ith adentific Jnstiflcallon The M dlca5 excuses mendacity bjt 4ert- ag that It Is produced byi xstnalt forms of IndlgesJUpn IThus jchiiarQi who spontaneously b5are bacon f sclously suffering from a teiArsPf1PI sla and older people 11hC l facts need only change their jfdi t to me yerztcio si I 4 L ifLucky Hors+sho People W oa 8etJroOt bettcYj It popular superitUfuMi ate r mended to study w e llIiPie Is wWcli a horseshOe figured it Burton Bore shoes of course are tscky This Mr tlcular one was Mu5g pirowjsh Jfits glass of the wtdow of a Ttinw a xi partment In 41ikk were Je tf seMi passengers but wa H iis3ared tat 0 the letUtSoDd Glo e J True Man hoc jtt should beitba highlit alto eti every man to ssess true mAnhood tjiatPdivine attribute whick lati- Vgtlishes the 111rom tJiIfet oti animal creaticn aatinses Mfi t the best apti noblestl obt bnnss1l the kiez the crowniaj wor c1 almighty hand hctt jJ Rovh5 M ans Psr f ITherQlstiQotf waii tw Mrithan a vagabond IiMuia rfV Preilfic OT II ijj An orange tree he kew5pro- duce l OOtor4 atM rs f I Rtveumatisit IMve t tnausar Notm distorted sisbtlint limbs ot efenqie YiIbis dePONblq dleesas 11 Gemeiijwith fkS kDarmttd4I found tsmfcli OopJlbe that1a8t Qrloted de =fDUraaaytas ol RhewnIseMlSJor- mly and auch peas cups freely a dose aUC1lableJlcAnd Wte freolt IMI 8tila J I WeM4aWtDrhoopS Rheomatk Re i