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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l l f jij ff A f t tJ tr tlNtitiMlMfiOKBb J3S7ARLISJThD rt t f 1I11883 It j 2r I NEW VOLLLVNdi3 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTONH COUNTY KENTUCKY 7 MARCH 26 1908 100 PER YEAR IffF TRUSTY PRACTICALff DENTISTOffice over Haydon Sr Barber u TVrital work atreasonable prices tHl work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DiRECTORY f SPRINGFIELD county seatf of Washington County 52 miles south 4 east 6C Lexington 59 miles from ouisiltcon Bard toVn branch ol G inGt z farming and agricultural district Two flanks telegraph and telephone Uses express once flour mills lumber ranis Popuation 1700 population of t sonaty 15000- Represeutative In Congress Hon Ben Johnson BRrdstown Ky Representative is Kentucky Legis ntnre Hon W O McChord Representative in State Senate Bond TJarvls CampbeUsville K- yaFitrI 1iraCtoy1 vCIRCUIT URT ourthCircuitf Octofy Ii HThnrman Judge mmonwealthAtgLll i ooieyi ttobf A Npe Clerk MG Ieackman4 Muter omd8- oa l QUA TI4R Y COURT ethirdQttxrMonday in each month B IIf Litse Judge lIUNxXCOURTfourth i x e i r ti ir yIf Z r 2 a x I s JwI NI3WSi =LI3ADI3R SERIES v G J f O R i t w OBSERVATIO sls OO MOO MKeep ATryinJi SY1I wilt arid then sticKto it Thats the only way to dptttttI Dont build upawhile andt d hen Tear thee whole thing down again Fix the goal yyou wish to tfaln Then go at iti heart and brain S And though clouds shut Out ttie blue Do not dim your purppsdtrueI With your sighing Stand erect aud like a man Keep a tryingg Had Columbus half seas J er Turned back to his native shore Met would not today proclaim Round1 the world his deathless name So we must sail on with him Past horizons tar andaim Till att last we own the prize That belongs to him who tries With faith undying Own the prize that all may win Who with hope through thick and thlfi Keepa trying e Boy Wanted U FOR LAW AND ORDERAi c movementY JiasbeuDT startedI wong spmejeading iho statet to organize a State Law and Order League and an sddresa has been issued to the t oveImentdent outrages of the night riders otaf the tobacco district which culminated last week in the- cold blooded murder off a promi nent citizen of near Carlisle who dared to assert his right to plant a tobaccacrjop in 1Q08 The address which has been issued rep couota how in the tmr n Strange Cae James Spalding son in law o Mr Jacob Turner of the Parks ville llocality made applicatioi to County Judge Puryear this morning to be sent to the asylum He said that during the pas three weeks he had been getting upwIth the intention of murder mg his wife and two children Later in the day he Would repah his mind and then realize the enormity ofhis crime and in order to save himself from the d tcIbe taken to the asylum or paced in jail where it would ba impos sibletoe do anything rash Be admitted thatt he burned the Weisteer barn two years aec and that he sold his store at Burnside some years ago in order to keep from destroying it bbyy fire When tthese strange con dltonsi existt in his mindhp yearns to kil1h1shest friends and burn buildings and he wan ted to be so situated that he could do neither jHisi father in law accompaniedd him this moru ing and when the jury adjudgeda him a lunatic and ordered him sent tot the asylum hel looked muchpleaded He will bo taken to Lexington It will be remem bored that Spalding ras sent to the asylum from here two or years ago and later when his mind apparently became balanced be was released He clerkedc- 1for Harvey Humfleet foy several weeks before Christmap and for nlerlY i i zing ton fW resides which the purchaser gave him Now give me the centsmorE Ifor money order fees and Postage whicbthee purchaser hac jto hh nd over IINow now much did your ax you IcOne dollar arid twenty tens said the customer Not so cheap after all said the mar chant whereupon he pickedup P the ax tossed it back on the shelf 8and told the customer tc call for it in ten daysy as thai would be as soon as he could gel it if he had ordered it from ca mail order houseS This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia eaja oi Kodol for Dyspepsia alE C De Witt A Co Chicago ill Dear Sfrsz I have suffered mote than twenty yeurs from jndigektion About eighteen mouths apo tt had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crubt of corn bread and could not retoiut anything on my stomach I lost 25 pounds in factI made UP my mind that II could not live but a short time when a friend of mine resommended Kodol I consented to try it tto please him and I was better in one day I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity will be- benefltted Yours very truly Jake C Moore Ajlanta Aug 10 1004M Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all businessand pro ressional licenses of persons doing business in Springfield will expire April 1 1908 Persons desiring to renewr thfir- Beene t should apply to Mr Pj B Noe City Clerk at hIS office the Peoples Hank Building rdinancea itj e Prathers Creek r Mr Will Barker and wife oif Feiiwiclr were the guest Qt Mr Sam Mayes Saturday night IMr Will Barker and wife and Sam Mayes and wife were the Iguestst tof the family of JV H Mayes SUhday Mr Leslie Coyle and wife and Son Robert and Mr James lLongRunlfamily of G H Christersonr Sunday G D Barker wife and mother spent Sunday with the family of Henry Noell Mr Sid RusselllJ jvife and son Hubert were the guests of Mrp Lucy Holdermari Saturday night and Sunday Miss May Brady of ne r Mackville spent a pleasant day Satu day witn Miss Maggie Christecson Misses Marcheland Vergii t Mayes were the pleasant guests of the Misses Havdon Wednes day night Mr G iIS Mayes and wife spent the day Wednesday with their daughter MrR T Bggeilyof Texas f Mr P B Shewraaker and pifa were at the home Henry graves Saturday Mrs R B Hatchett and laughter Lillian stopped to see her niothei t who is v rv ill Ourspiing schoplat this plnca which has been taught by Miss Ida Haydon will close this weekend we are sorry to say that she ypntt teacht our public school this year Farm work has openedurj our much bad weather thib t sayingnothipg i cco beds If are apart of last week with her mother at ru1lgsviliei thefsickc list George Maul was at Woodlawn FridayrMrs M V Croilch was called toLouisville by the death ccJh1r nephew Mr Ab Sheban died March J 21 1908 off ropy he vat3 67 ears Old lie leaves many friends and relatives to mo rn his death Mrs Vat favantree has re turned home after a weeks visit to her daughter4 Mrs Jus Truax Miss Florence Ghr atba ncf Trent is visiting her sister Mrs Note Ctrtsinger Mrs Fanny Lyddan and brother attended the funeral of WrjHum hrey atQampGround Sunday x Born to the wife of Albert Washburn on the 20tha boy i 10000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 2o cent box of Preventics will nbl break How is this for ah otter The Doctors supreme confidence In these little CandvColdClreTablet- spreventicsiseertainly complete Its a 100 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventlcs remember contains no vquinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would uever appear if early colds were always broken Safe andl sure for feverish children 48Preven tics 25cff Pfllfi j Saile OF Town l The two dwellings on Walnut and HyMl ts belonging to- th e a Marv Thomp Bred ffr r Ji d to 3 v b of d men p to b m of s y nis r HO t h i d a f mir a 41 4 I B78k11W Is t I Residences =4 Absolutely Pure From Grapes the most healthful of comes the chief ingredient of 1ROYALoWDER J 1 BLOODSHEDi Te Night Riders Add Mur der Their Other OuSrages GarlisleKy Mach HAc bind armed supposed thenUjuae Hirum Hedges last night living ajoout fur miles from this cliVi and called him toI door The riders immediately opened shooting him that needled few utea afterward AS ti 7 t fruits The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar slip r eo a liWe morcthaa the sriet s alu Otpbosp e of lime powders bat with Royalyoufues xeof putehealtkhlfoedd- r I V Tobiccb Sales Owen QuisjJJberry Co of the Main Street Tobacco Ware 1i01ae COL4UISy he ritil We ad up f r lel Oer KyII 32 hhodsd of T1 Molone vtpMaaan county Kv that avengedr 1975 per hundred This we consider Jshe finest sale that has H beene made this year in Louis vile on thatt much tobacco We also sold one hhd of todac p for W L T Nuttall of Henry county ffKy for 24 This is the highest price paid on this or any other r t se juJU cyi w ClerkRf T 8 Maye County Attor er JaiterjbMOCg vauciv tdre 7 dfBotinie Sheriff i t l gm Anenoa Dick IahaJla Her dU diem an Defmtie + U Maatera r Jat iF Moore Cfl nty Snrv y pO3ryanT Assclsor- W To Mitchell Deputy jtoWrt Woe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner CoalmoJ n lehbblr PO Springfield CITY COURT James K Noe Police Judge John GraceMarahall =V I QrJgBby City Attorney t JUSTICE COURT Jntlce Courts are Held in January April July and October x Church Directory METHODISTtRTJRCR RevGG W Lyon Pastor Ser rices on the first and Third Suudavs C la each month at It a m and 7730Op SundaySchoolevery a Sunday atlOawc Prayer mteUwfJ every Wcdnesdat t sight t CA1HOLICLCRtrRCJiJ Rev P FF Hennessav PastorsSer I ylcei Very Sunday at 8 and l10 oclock 4atrrt Services at St Rose same hours PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH E R jv ReEC Lawson Pastor t at 11 am atfremoblnz R a every Sunday ad att 7 pm Sunday school every 9Hnd T att 10 am Prayer Jrleetlntltl Terr Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH tpalltortRev We Harriion Williams ai1ab as4 7145S pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 aot Prayer meeting every Tuesday eveulaff at 7745 oclock CHRISTIAN CHURCH v Rev W F Rogers Pastor Ser lice first and fourth Sunday Sunday t 130 am Fraternal Orders ITAJWxic LODGK Springfield lodge o 50 meets first and third Houday of l i sack month pHfahid p Mcta every second TueiaayT mpcId Council jNo 52 JI1eeh on oli rTfdk losdaybJJLxitcxxs of Tux IJAcAIRgeMeet r l iJUCb m- oJndigestion ttJ st KciolFdr t Our Guarantee Coupone w If aftrnttnr twtHhlrdt of a Jtoot boitk etf TryNofJ bensd f oMleit b aa cmililti to lists vex ai iN oa tbiN of he plied 54dealct thoM whs yoa bOIN t 10 wc ranaJ 7Tw lto Sete ysahN- CrtTM Ua s- tes Ou tJUs tbs SiMuck Sirttt DWaTT r EB CROSS DRUG STOKL tuckians haye been able to fe l hthemselvesh secure from the dan gets to life anti property fro mob Vi1o1J I men engag ed in commIt et recent out ragesareR retie ioi r thatt has made Kentucky man hood admirable Organization1 of Law and Order Leagues iini each county to affiliate with Ute central organization effected iint Louisville on Friday is insist ently urged as the most effective means of redress that present itseli at present The aidd of the State organization is pledged ttoj efforts at county organization and it is given out that bleu c ferms to facilitate the perfection ot sUch movements will be sup plied by the secretary A T Macdonald who is also secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club In the matter of forming law and order league for the counties Washington county has the advantage over other coon tits in as much as it already ba such an organization which was formed some time ago Its for nation was prompted as a resultt of a bit of night ridinggtthe firstt and last ever inthe county Shortly after the butning off those empty tobacco hogsheads g Booker station a number of citizens ggete4 together aud formed the league whose object is toJ suppress lawlessness in our jJ county ThdWasbiugton Colin tt ty Fiscal Court it will be rem mc berGd passed a resolutionn ntt about that time appropriating c l00 to be used for the sptprehension and conviction of any ridiogWashingtun off anyf3e hoped that it will remain so- r rONDEMN ITThe congrega VA tionsi of two of tthe churches the town were treated to powerful discourses on last Sun 8 day morning on the lawless acts i the night riders which howl peen ddisgracing Kentuckyse fair name of late Rev Lawson of the Presbyterian churchh and Rev WiUiams of the Baptist church both spoke in strongest terms againstt it and deplored the fact thai men should so far forget their God ate to be led on I fay passTon and prejudice to corn I it such sinful Acts even to the hh extent of murder which have s een laid at the ddoor of the to bacco nightnders A severe cold tthat may develop in tpneumonia over night can bet FokfaHoney 3 dltheoKthenycmrluiger tKoJroae ttleIc4 l rwe Ear IIN r 1s MmMlt 1-w a nelt that he loved his wife and littleL promtfctt them by rending him to the aujlum Ky AdvckJate aGiieiuc Tft Die B Spiegel 1201 V Virginia 8tn JaJvanevllleS Ind writes For over five years Ilwaitroubledwitb kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain watt worry I lostt flesht ala was all run down and a year ago had ttd abandon work entirely Ihah dieme no good and I has practically t given up to die BVJleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the diet bottle gave me greatrelieft f and af tor aking the second bottle IIws helkl t p you Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Escaped Prisoner Caught JanuaryRy thee hse was serving a judgment from the county court of 2500 and 0thirty Sheriff HT Gartin with his vigilance arrested bim in Wash retturned him to tbeMatIolicounty Falconf STATE OK OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO ssLUCAS COUNTY J Frank J Cheney makes oath thatt jbe senior patt tner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business iin the pity of Toledo county and state aforsaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOIr LARS fore chand every case off Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Datarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn tobefore me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of Dec emberA Dl W GLEASONS- BAX NOTARY PUBIIC Halls Catarrh Cure Istaken Juter nally and sots directly upon the blood and mucous strfaces of the eye Sera Send fer testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sole tby all DruggisU 75c Take Halls Family Pills fos con stiPa2Ioa A Maili Order Del A rther amusing story is told on aman who went into the Big Sandy hardware store in tbis city and wished to purchase an ax says the PttintsTiHe Hsraid Being shown the article gnd in t t 1 151heI 151 or erbouse fQrOOcelit3 Vtry weUai thet hardware man Iwilli five ift tto you ffi-r the same priest provided that you will do the meltbme- Ioa as woosd them uA1lrightIt hanJdovnr ctft giTiiing back ten centsi iin 1dII t eetraj to pay txpretsch u duty ofpencilsS to applyeJ and not IlldnOligieji as a penaltyy attaches for ach day that anyY business iis Conducted without license JOHNt W LEWIS Mayorr Dout wait for indigestions call keep it out df the stomach sr r by using Afioni Guaranteed to cusp ah stomach tr uSles or ReddGross Drug Store IrtPositt tt The Louisville Herald con tained the following concorningP Rev Josech Hooper of PerryE Ville who is well known in thlstt vicinity The Rev Joseph Hopp nvof Perryville Ky whoois affection ately known to all Kentucky astttUncle Joe andd who is now holdings revival meeting at tth Rev W H Mileys church rthe Portland Presbyterian is more thwn seventy years old and has c been engaged in evangelist wor inl this State all his life Ho will remain in Louisville for att another week- Although Uncle Joe lies never gone outside ofKentucky s he has invadedd pracsically eVVlry corner in the Stilts in liisqquest for souls He started when a young man as a singer at revival a meetings often fillinga pulpit Jn the absence ofa minister Be f became a pro crEntpu pltorator 1 In his long career as a promlttnent figure in the Presbyterian church he hall never gone be yond the bounds of Kentucky be is known to world renowned evangelists why have traversed this portion ofthe country His egective stories told from the pulpit which are from his life experiehces baye moved con gregations for the past quarter century and in bin advanced years he continues with a vigor v which has always been his marled oharctpristio t Does Your HeartBeat Yes 1100000 times etch dayy DoesSItsend out good bblood or bid blood You know for hhi good blood is good health bad blood lhad health And youy know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers I Sarsaparillar Doctors have endorsedd if for 60 years 1ferf 1a ubstnce arethei nbsorhetl Jato the hissi Ute bowel oen with AJar rUle J e xwu x- rtaseercr AtO t tf1l1erSr AGUE cuss I t NCTMtO 1JMW st sete lIe yN3ielt r IwairnnlofiLneasNfeNsbe J af winter Wean about sowing to farrmgbty confuted Over the jicf bacco situation for what is best wt3 cantell White some fe havd sown tobacco beds a good many have hot sown aoy- we want to say to those fih togpiQt hey will get only items that occur at this place Now I re dived some items last week Ibatt boundaryR IIi 1 b d acdoramodate everyone with news that is as this place The remains of Mr Oiver Yankey who diedd at last Satur day a week ago were brought ti this place last Tuesday and Yankeet y feeleI very much greived over the death of Mr Yankey and mayy himk Oliver was one off my school tct gather He was a good boy al ways kind and affectionate and I sympathize with his aged father mo her brothers and stater and may they ever look to the time when broken familes will meett again He leaves an aged father and mother three brothers and one sislerall of ttbis county The funerall services were held at the home of Mr Dave Yankey by the Rev ETj Purdom Remember that when the Stomach nerve ailffor weaken Dyspepsia o InJlgeatfon must always follow But strengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative- and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Seam and KIdnoy nerves can also be strengthened with the Restoratives where Heart Pains palpitation or Kidney weakness is found Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or kidneys That is wrougv Go to the Strengthenthese Shoops Restorative and get well A SteilRedII t IF r View Farmers seem busy fencing and burning tobacco beds Afr JohA Hardest Y celebrated t is 81st birthday Match 1188 j Those present w reMrJJames t Hatd sty and wife Mrs St ve i Bavne and soni JoohniaJWJJ Hays and sun Robert Mrs Annie Ohesser and Mrv Lewis and wifet Mrs Mollie Williams 1 land dddaughter Fannyy Allen joyed the day wishingLtfumriy more happy birthdays resto ool and in pplngp tt Jstir rTvaa Katiiiiiilyi vpentt h f son deceased will towhighest bidder on 2oy 228 at 22oclock pm on the premii sese These Houses are very desirable both as dwellings and as an investmentt and will posi Lively be sold to the best bidderr Terms reasonable and will announced on day of sale ROB M THOMPSON Administrator S M GampbellrAuctionfter Bluffs Night Riders Maysville Ky March 20 Three hundred night riders mett their match whth they visited the home of Mrs E S Montgomery near Mt olietJMrB Montgomery as soon as the alarm was given aroused all tierr children and giving then rifles told them to boraady to defenddj themselves and shoot the firstt man WHO Appeared at the dooor she placed the youngest with an apron apron full of cartridges nbKr hereto kkeep her supplied with ammunition bhe then told1l the men at the door the first onto e cross the threshold wouldd die This bluffed them They then attempted to fire the hbue preventedrThe mob than began firing into the house with shotguns 1ft eak ing out every window in the horse and narrowly missing several of the children Mrs Montgomery says the next timee she is disturbed by I heSeraders3 she intendr killing as many as she can as thoy have almost driven her crazy +TicklInff or dry Coughs will quickly f lloosen when usIng Dr Shoops Coughi Cure Audit is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers tto J use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems ott a lung healing mountains shrub give the curative z CoughCure 1 s the sensitive bronchialmembranes No opium no chloroform nothlngi harsh used to injure orsu press Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Red Cross Drug Store There is just One treatment t forv t catarrh that costs nothing unless jt cures Uyomei The Redl Oruss Drugstore sell acbmplee outfit for 100 and gurtntee to refund the motfey ifltlfailsto irctrm rLr1i DeWitla tittle kit7Rr ami- nai 1 J alive lttle liner ntliu Eio1d by- h B ad Rr6a Dsrtn f foted bed a ed to raise to u a wife and several c About fifty night r dera psv through this city last night about 10 oclock from the eastern pert of the county goingso west They were heavily armed All tel phonn wires leading out of the city in the direction theyy went are cut Quite a numberr of persons who bad sown tto- bacco beds were called to thou doors and warned not to attemptt to raise tobacco If you would like to fool some wlos Cotteecrltic who knows fine Coffeee on taste and flavor quietly make for him a batch of Dr Snoops HealthJ Coffee and serve it piping hot IItf deceived Mrs Shoop and will I heve anyone And there is not a grain of real CoQPe In it Heaitht Coffee is made ffrom pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a ho 20 ttoti 30 minutes boiling 1 f pounds 25c For sale by McElroy ahaderr Hardlns jliapol Mr George Fenwick off Libb l apbh was called to the death bedj of hi sister Miss Naomi Fen wick Tuesday Mr and Mr J C Houchins I and daughter Qlia Mr arid I MrsJ W Rose and daughter Mary Glen of Harrodsburg and Mr and Mrs H M Baxter and daughters Gertude andd Opalof Dugansville 7 attended l the funeral of MjsssNaomi Fen r wick Thursday Muss Nellie Haydon is visiting her brother Mr Leo Haydon off Springfield this week Mrttlim Anderson spent Sun day with her stepdaughter Mrs Bud Coffey near Texas lMrrandMrs Roy Benwick offr Corbin visited the formers PsFenwiek from Wedueedayv untiltJ Monday LItSeyJspent Sunday with Mrs Emma Cocanougher of TextsJ Mrs Nellie Logsdon and ffamily spent Sunday with Mr familyi Fen I wickk jsthe guest other cousins the Mwaea Fenwick this week Mr sanddMr B1sf Baxter and daughters Gertrude aqd Opal sapent Thurday nj k mth HrS Lureyandffamilyn Mr Leuord Fttowiok irAa id Lebanon lltondarf 3 i TRma t Now is the time to use and b oiredofcatarrh Pre h supply just received Cotatgfnothing unlese it cures isj the jaywey sell it Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store i City Ordinance j At a regular meeting off the Oity Council off the city of Springfield Ky held at the i regular meetingplace on March j 13 1008 Ithere being present the following members to wit Hon rl John W Lewis Mayor Court cimen Logsdon McElroy Sioims andWharton On motion made and duly seconded the followingordiqance was passed the following mem bers voting in favor of slilOr1 dinancev tjwit Messrs Logg don McElroy Simms and Wharr ton Said ordnancei is as foljlows The City Councjlof the City of Springfield 33ydo ordam as follows I ISection 1 That OTLogs don ape 0 F Wharton befsEnd they are hereby appointed a committee to advertise for and rayive bids for repairing and irnprovingHigh Street inSpringr field Ky Beginning at Walnut Street and extending HJastwaid ct5gl h turnpike a fthe tISootiop2 fball be published iin the Nesat Leader a weekly paperpublish ed in Springfield Ky for at least three weeks just prior r10 he time of receiving sacf bids and shall slats the time and place that said bids willl lyrer l cvived and shall also state the specifications luliy oftthe reptirrl SaidCommittee1 i bids sealed and shall have full poser to rejectt any and all bids and wil1rreport their jctionfsi to another meeting of Ihei CouncilJJA JNOr W LwiS Jla rrAttesttR B Nor Clerk v 4 Kodolis today the best kopwa MM most reliable remedy for all ti of dl oi the eteniiach such am dr Be htMl bto rohtrtoichi d bel t tng gfi KodoltcouUinf th IJMP ljuicesi foagd m a healthy tom ch Kodd Is t11tto Uiet It U aoj4Itt T a T 1iJ 1 rt ui 1 iJ r t r c rr r J J c THy E NEWL fS F 1 DE R I e Tflf NEWSLEADER t s FOTLiBKHD KVKKY TXUMlDJLT 1F SPRINGFIELD KY f E L DAVISONy Jr THURSDAY MAR 228 1908 r Some of the leaders of the Swofct of JQqMfcv+ qnmq of those f 1hows wbov of in die early daysy SocietaAr went from one end of the ttobaccoo district to the other sowing the3 S3ds of anarchyx whichh were t take root and llaterljrowa crop otJlawless deeds which are rapidly t bringing Kentuckys name tto shame are beginjag tto see a lightSevQral acts recently 1Mbloodedmurdbfr f a farmer nearr Carlisle hive appearently arous ed many of these spell binders to realizationnof the consequencesq s of their ill advised utterancess They are hastening to diseloi any respoiisibility for or any endorsement of these acts They may deny and disclai until tbyare black lathe face biiaa resoning and sober think ingpublic will put the responsi biliiyywhere tit belongsf The failure on the ppart of the State authorities to run down I perpetrators of ortrages commi tedJ1 bbnight riders culminate d in adirectt appeal to the Presi rdputof the United Statest 8 forr Federal inteiference in Kentucky 2 f ii the form ofLXpjfititioni prefyv i8gp pared by leading mew of Lex ington and Central Kentucky Sibichl as ben put jInto circulation tthroughputJ thatt section 11 4A report was circulated again thatch American Tobacco Collhad purchaseddll StJfOl d fi to1Mieoo of the Aie Y h 0ffJq cityt Thin report likel all of t hair others not only JackswW Opiflrmitionbut is vigorouslyY diliat bby fIDe officers of the Soei tT LeayP Ia Ii6JVlnl iis linglI DsVItfl Kid n7 Jlliddtr Pills for about year and they glvfe ettersaUsfato a than any 1111i ever sold Then r a dozen people where who bav them anitliey clJ Elizaspcntn ttheedday with Mr J B Pill last Tuesday Mr LeeeQ burn of LLuis vale tsvVisiting friends andleii alive at this place T V Mr Edd Ousjckkaand r d OM Bcen hlewns in town on business ss one day this week Mrs J A FiRlds is on thei sick lidd ProfHlgI H0felllh oi Hariilpa Dal a babibi- fKecoljitaise dss CCrpmlisrlair o GOUlt H DCd SAS long alto as I can remember r my mother was a faithful ever ad Reneody bUtnpyern In my life have I real ized its true value until now writes Prof H AHowellof HoVpUs i American School Havana Cub a HOn the night of February 3rd ou baby was tacen severecold pickk with a very woreyl r was eoeperate He could not lie hayre him in the arms every moment Even then his breathing was difficult Ill- Jdid not think ne wouldd live untall morning At last II thought ooft my mothers remedy Uh ambe rlain s Cough Kejnedr whichwel h gaveand nomw three days later he has fall recovered Under thir circumstances IIwrfuld nott hesitate a moment insylng tha anmChat d only saved the life Of oar dear little boy For sate by Haydn Robertson 7 Tick Greekz i y The farmers are bpfaird with thnt e rainy weather The young folks of this place were highly entertained at the Iasrt Saturday night with music bQy1Y Ed Dra oos phonograph Miss Georgia Cocunougher of Long Bund Missess Ida aud Maggie Lawrence MrBF Brigs and Wife visii tfedt c their son T a Brlggg lastt Sunday jf Mr W M Stumph bought one 6ffne roadster ffrom G W Powelll I ll stFlFriday price paidd145 dMr finYe twp year filly trout Wp c il d wQg9r Mr Ben Haydon bought sev era tbogs ifrom different parties prIces ranging from 3Blc to 4c Mr Henry Brady bought ofef MtBt BeaaYdoraayo cldiq Price paid iH40 8Mfr Jake Hiatt Of visiteddat the Ands onn gJladd to report Uerrsome better a this writIngn Mr K1MI Andergon had the misfortuhei to Jose very yaluas ble heiferr last wef hr 1 MrStr th gum loutt a veryyi valuable mute last Sunday Well cheej up boys tfiSis leapp yet and m dam rrimor rripOrts a weddinir soon svu KnowMenott Race Saioldo as PresiCednt Roosevelt callss it is nott nearly the menace to increace ini population thatt deaths among In j teadof theee deaths amA directly or Indirect t lly caused by bowel troubles McGee Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tary sour stomach and all infant aill meats of this nature Just t Pricer 2265 rid 50c Sold by tbQ Red Cross rlvrug Store T crr illis u gr5 r Mr Stapp Hughes has re tturned home from Shelby villeaf brolther Ester spent last Saturr dday night and Sunday witBh1f their grandparents at Valley Hill aptra children spent Wednesday with her mother near Tatham Mr lohn BrOwn moved iintot the housevacatedd by MrI S Pinkston Mr E Wfemithl spent lastt week withh fiiiends atlt this place vsi Mrr JJcM Trent is now Iinl r CiuctnnatipH Pua hasinggoods Mrs Mary Hughes is in LouisI villa visiting her sister Mrs JJ- M Bjiiiey who is ddangerously 1U VMisr William Sutton wlip iss very sick il3 somebbetter at this writing ilMir Walter Hale bought a cdJ from Mr Hart Ethiogton Mr WlT Wells attendedrt n the horse sale at Springfieldd Satur daPrSeveral from here attendedd cou nty court at Sp ingfleldr Mon day SCRIBBLER z Be cartful about the little cough Get aotnething r right aw m e Kood relable remedy tot e hovels leer Gouge Byrd l dfjt e Ofc the seventeenth of Marchh a soft tread jof footsteps was ybeardlndt1ed gentlel yojiee of a angel said come and IIfaomi the eight year old child of Mr anddi Mrs G W Fen wick was called1 to t1tt sweett home above0 Thee little one died of appendicitis and when we thin If of howy great was its sutferingWe should look to God and remem her that he doetn all thingf veil Tis hard to lUrtOw that her footsteps will neverbbe heardd again but parents dear it is a a consolation lto know thatt some day you can clasp little Naomi bPbe5seper ted from her again She was luidrt t rest In tbeccemetery at Springfield Toursday morn log Jiat ten oclock The entire community extends sympathy to the bereaved p irents sister and brother SSISTER AsAdvertised x ChamberoI Iains Colic Ohblara and DIarrhbea claimrl b eii far It in tbeadvferileement Three o thclamllYaaycusedd it with good results in summer complaintsH R Higkartson r Lan Shorderd Weather resulting from a Bpraiuttotr fromJ rheumatic pains there Is noth ing so good fora lame shoulder aes Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it1t freely andd tub tthe parts vigorous y at each application and aquick cur is certaini Sold by Hay do u Robert son alJalal- Pwr sale frompuram bred SQ B tegborne stock Price X101 OpQ for 15 or tt50raof 0 1 1 r Mjis L N REEU R F D i No8 For Sale One good secondhand bbuggy one new hand made bbuggy Plenty of bbuggyy trimmings off all kinds on hand J8ct W Horsemen PEOPLE 0F THE DAY- s A P wtr fn ffnne With the partial retirement of Thpjaf Ya9instreett a new financial figure arte a la tbe person of his son Allan AeRynl Three years ago the elder Ryan began ttq djyeBt himself Of active direction ati the many big corporations In which he- wnlf the originator and mainstay and novi she js free to devote himself to other pursuits than the accumulation of wealth Of 3ir Ryans five sons only Allan A and John J are said to Inherit their ffatber3 business acumen At any rate they are the ones chosen to manage the vast fortune bo has accumulated When Mr Ryan gave over his Inter eats to his sons it Is said be ipi ALLAN A UTAH pressed this piece of advice which toe received from the priest under whoseI ministrations he grew up tYoung man said the priest I want to give you a bit of fatherly ad yvice I1 know what It is pastor rhturned the rising muster of finance The samd old snug you preached aso often when I was a boy Do right andt fear nothingtt No nol Not at all j II orl1thanI I tended to say vas Dont write andd ttear nothing Ryan never forgot thatt injunction fIf Tipped tlae Earth Nothing gives such keen delight t quipthes Taft at i on account of the latters great weightt It ws Mr Root who sent the fanioup cablegram tto Mr Taft in Maylla asks ing after the health of the horse den by 11on II two days j4nne rIdJJ At th fJDIIrI3Prsi and hat grew 14tJ Taft Wf- tSecreta meat ii II j Main Street Tobacco oRIGRA- MI I Warehouse CoI- N 11 I MMAINft 8TRETf iE TTIjOUdfl li I d D OWENQUISENBERRV 1Co Managers 92325 West Main Street bet 9th knd 10th LOUISVILLE KYs l i II STORAGE FNTI1M i BREE OF ARGEi J rfft M f Best Light in City R i to t t i Auction Sales Dally Best Inspections 0 Returns Promptly MadejjMark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE I f o 1 HHoffman Dare Sired by Dignity Dare No 1982 he by Oh ster Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel No 58 bhe by Black Eagle No 14 he by King Wil iam No 67rirsti dam Glen Mary j Na210 2d dam Raves hy Anderson Bell No 15805 record 2 20i 3rd dam Mdmbrino Princess dam of Bay Bird 2802 DESCRIPTIONBlack16huuds hhigh 4 ears old r with plenty bf style and action as fine u natural tail as any Nurse and comes Ifrom a familyy Onbb th Sides that have a noted record Biffmao Dire will make ills season of 1008 at Caitlewood Stock Farm three miles fnm o Spain Geld oa L 1jnoJpkei firra 10O TojDsnreo atiYY1llColt X will also si t3oat Jacks at same I tI O19111t11k11 1llaUltEttI tl ttbthththtllthlli IitiiiitIIiUlAlJ t DARE I a3 I3STNUT 1 CHESTNUT DARE is a large handsome saddle and harnesss horse with size style bone substance etlnlf h end conformation jif Hecombines thc blood of the great Chester Dare ndtJeT ar owned Chief fairly His sire is Chester Dare 10 and his dam UY f Red Chief bebby lark Chief the sire off Harrison Chief the 5 fa grandsire off the great Montgomery Chieff and Bourbon King1 A 5Tl ringeAsf ever tsaM in Washington county As to the show ring not one of his icolts ot four seasons have ever beeu defeated Tjy the edits of any horse owned or farmed in countv They won every tie blue and rred eight in all gjven hythe Vashlngton County Fair Assoda a tlon at otn last fair his yearlings won six of the eight ribbons 5 tied in full rings He sired the winning twoyear old and the 5 3 second premium 3yearold harness mares in rings s srf while he was shown only twice in saddle and eightr 2 TCompanyjpfiawI a otherhorses at our own fair mid other county and state fairs I ask r 3 ywhere IaI of all owners of good mares in this and adjoining counties E This Horse will make tthe season at my place near Springfield d at C i 2QJ To Insure a Living Colt 5 I will also stand my addle stallion Lexington Prince r-at 810 and two No11 Jacks at 10 for mare mules m 8 for horse mules very case I have tthem myself with fine results1 Sold Iby theeRed Cross Drug Store IVlcIntire V Weare sorry to report Mr E AV WhealLley tip better att tthis writing J Mjv Joseph Riney bought of 11JJoseph3 Kiddwell a nice young mare Price 185 + v Mists Mary LIUl Buckman sold tet Will Buckmau 1a horse for WV MrL Kent laibielifeJJs was the peasant uQstqf Mr and Mrs j A Fields Tuesdaj i Mr Toe1 Johnston was called hoinfe lastt week to see her sister ti Ak CrsiE Wheatley frJKeutt Blandlordr sold to D Baker a tine mar i for X150 Miss Emma Ensor was the J guestof Miss Berth ati Keen from SSitnrday until Monday Miss1 Kate Shanahan visited bfc brotherjMr Mike Shanahao Su 1r1 1tliLeorai Blandford and and f little sera Almazand Maryct Y Ottii Tto IHiiyfW- V r r V WeikBicd ly OyerWotluU- mkealtliy XJdMjs Make Impure Blood Itt used to be considered that only knnaryw1 bladder troubles were to be traded to the kidneys Ibut now modern science proves that 119sensesl1nve in the disorder of these mostiniportant organs The kidneys filter and pt rify the blood thatis their work ih Therefgreikhenyourkidueysareweak- s or out of order you can uudetstand howy jj qwckly your entire body iis affected and 4 MW every organ seems to fail to do its y f t flyfI you are tick or u feell badly HbegbJ taking the great kidney remedy JDr JCifiner SwampRoot because asr sooa oVyofir kidneys are well theyt will help xllthireklrerorgansl tollealtlh trial r 1anyoneiff j cox snake no mis r take by first doctonny your kidneys 0 The wild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer Swamp H tot the grellti kklwey remedy U lOOt realized IttMwwta Ute hit hestt for Us wonderful cures off tbs mostt i tre inf and is sold hen merits by sfl i Ilty ietltIsilo maybaret beot- by taau free JtUoM pamphlet telling you n Jbbwtotoidoat if you have kidney Jorz bladder trouble Mention this paper Bingt4aI tDrdxw JBnghamtoD N Y on every bottte an as Ins of R M turday night and Sundav Mr Frank Ilaydon of Jnsonton moved to the farm of Wm Anderson on Fern Hill Mrs Marcus Lawrence has been sick at her mothers for severall weeks but we are ys Laxative e ti gently yett prompt bowels and allays iinflam Won at the same time It is plfeaa apt to take and Ut is especially reco m tended for children as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar Soldd by the Red Cross Drug Store Tw Typea of Women There are two delightful classes ot girls to my way of thlrikllns tbe American working girl bless hert and the average English girl God love ler Robert Barr in Detroit Free Press OND tcntion Parties hhaving sto be bred this season will do Well tIP can on me andJ bo k them and secure a place as myjbook lis filling bp rapidly Four fine stallions and a jack to select from L D BAKER Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a naiw reiriedyyan Improvement on the laxatives of former years as it does dot gripe or naus4 ate and is pleasant o take It is guaranteed Sold by he Red Cross Drug Store N E7TAIrIIi r LAST CALL 11- II JAMESIQEENESa- t 11- I I I 11- IMonstrous Manufacturers Outlet 1 I i rSaleS Continued I II- f I lIQRTEN DAYSLONGESIil 1 f Utt iI OUR INTRODUCTORY SAGE has surpassed our reatesfexpectI i nfWes ncerelqr ref thi4t we were riott able to waitupon the immense cro ds f 11 people thatt packed our store during the big manufacturers outlettsat3 thjr pastt tendays It was really more than we exp ctd All who coullget to oi r store went away happy and getting more for their Motley than ttheey ever didbeff fore 1edbargmglVlngevr y J 1I d r b d tfjijb ted into the homes of shoe people and the glance of the stock will be soltir iturIers than the actuallccoifet to manufacture The gneatest sale ever attemp 3 Theh pic1roftnelJatoclcis stilt to be ha d of the many barR ins that will be offered F REGULAR EtET AIL DEALERS CANNOT T ARE NOT pOMPETEW ITaI WITH OS COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Endless tbrongs pf shrewd buyers bave already gathered thoussndrm 9of then values and we advise you to come early before the stock has become picked over Former selling price will cut ofiI reform e c stmattes up differenQe Yourcan have new aeeasopable TnerchaudbtiiaU the t lle6efo92 e thet tandWepBY freight on all pur chase mHil Ordersl filled Semembcr ulIC tnuatlbiT nmiastsl0 dysnJy andecd April 1st t tI X Mi ES EREar4Ej I r 425 427 429 EAST MARKET ST 1 A fAtrISVIL Elf Ti r I IL J r t a ruT great tnerr Eg his speech bj comment The centerr of gravity his drifted TJaf is on the other skis of Ibo world ypu know u 1 V Christian Psyehelogiit Hov Dr ISlwood C Worcester pastor of Emmanuel l Episcopal church Boston who believes In and practices thec mental cure of disease describing ills system of faith healing says The plan fltst suggested 11 to too some years ago by Dr B Weir Mitchell was tho combining of the two greatest pow ors of modern times real religion and genuine science In order to bring then to bear on a person at one and th same time In the work we accept the KEY DH ELWOOD 0 WONT B ChrJstlatL rreligion as revealed In the New Testament With UinlW com blue the best scientific lhelp that fIs obtainable specialists in neurology undd In all other lines for we require ding nosis of ailments We treat only one kind of disease functional nerVons disorders Because of the American climate and the Amer- Ican manner of life these Jdisorders are rapidly on the increase Patients mustt bo sent to us by physicians Our work Is absolutely free Wo neither ask nor accept reward Every Day Has Hfe Dog The family of Justice Day of thee United States supremo court lan great lover of dbgs Etery member has his own particular pet nnd ns the farallj comparatively large the house ila more or less overrun with animals One day a friend of the justice said tte him Well I bare Mnrl the old sayln that every dug ImOls day but r nave cocnacf tCtll the tinier tto come when every pay tied his dog Chicagog Record Herald iityty valid Caustic- A woman suffrage Jecturer accord lag lo tlu Boston Globe recently brought down the house with the tol lowing argument Il have no vote but my groom lias Il have n great respectt for that man In thd stables but II ain sure it11 were toTg6rto him and say Jobn will you exercise the frabchlserf 7 bhe horse would be iAr i Wbnt llnpl1cneu Jaw agalnstgnmbiing in yomstate 4Tho bookmakers got right tof work mating bets on whether It Wuld1Je Ttrif orced or not Washington Stara Sarcastic ti r bore6r elr ArtMaBterrrA horse Rub It out and do ItvflgalHrLondoml An J etrer Hit man would team jo pray Jet t I l eo tQIHFrc Pastb r J a iyiifg colt Youui patrptiage a is kmlv solicited Apply to Ws GIBBS SSprtngffeld lfY Johnny Greenes Prov4rber Tqotbachu Is Aynrst Just before Bchooltlme It disappears about D ali ra Never study at night It Is badforf the eyes But tVending till about tho ball games doesnt hurt a fellow Whittling is recreation but picking up the chips makes the back ache It Is injurious for a boyshhealth tc carry a scuttle Of conlbutlltfootbaU game is beneficial A tired boy should not run clT after school but sleddlng and sk are restful exercises ldsIl Practicing exercises oUtthe violin piano should be avoided as they q bad for the nerves lbut pillow fight s strengthen the muscles and act as cures Blacking ones bboots Js dirty work but playing marbles Is fun and make the skin of your baud tougU Plilh ddelphia Ledger Redandd Yellow Sunsets The boys anti girls have often lioqriil perhaps that a red sunset Is Indicatlv of fine weather the next day and thai a yellow sunset is Indicative of raini but do they know the reason When the vapor of the air is on the point of condensation but is not actually condensed the beantsot light meet with little resistance and the red rays aro bent down to the eye because they require tho least refraction On ttho contrary when the vapor of the air is Actually condensed into clouds there Is more resistance to the beams of lightt and tUerefora the yellow rays are bentt down to the trye because they are morn refracted than are the red rays Clil cage NewsHumorous Raven An account Is given of the nppaxe ly intentional hpmdr expressed by an Intelligent raven This bird belonged ton river keeper nnd Invariably accom pouted its master when he assisted iihis employers In catching a brisket of objett e t out of the stream first causcho saw It and secondly because a small troutt was often given to him Thatlearnedd the Ingenious bird went fishing on- Own hi account and succeeded In raising a drowned kitten In great glee heJ Carried his prize to the basket and poked It in the hole at the top Where iho fishes were always put In Hungry but Warm A girl t on tVrtfi r yr bs iHIl tang l1t th nirlii In J ibrt Ua t u bbUz zal wlti lJ Urrect ho ne tlrei snovnlrellyrf t ground le she could not loco the storm and bad become turned around she burrowed her way Into n drif and lot the falling snow coyer her up and she remained there two days and Tights When tthe storm passed she was warm and com fortable but ready to eat ablg break fast She had not suffered In thclenstII with the cold HI E I Cream Vermifuge TIE TEEII WORM REMEDY THE OWLDRENfE FAYOMTf TOWC jiewac eK iwr 4TNMe Tytat1wINa rysp as Ynf B IUrd5now LinimentttCoII T tOUI MO ARED CROSSS DRUG STORE r t 37 BB Leachman R F D 3 Springfield Kr- r1 t i SEASON 1908 J Those young Slallions wUlmaKeifie season of 1908 at H y vjewJ t t belter known ai tbp Foster Ray place on ihe Danville and I Lebanon pike one undone half anile from Lebanon Kyriv THE ENGLISH IMPORTED HACKNEYSTALLION GLAS5MOOR PRINCE No 10013 iX E H s R PEDianEE Sirc CopaWer Bonny Gabriel No 8lOS E HS Blie by Sto Gabriel 54 10 EHSB XDam Glassmoor Sue 18821 Er H S13 by Accident 2d 4103r3 S stff EHH 0 iTx DrscnirTtoxFoilcd 1904 TTs a beautiful black IS hands 3 f inches one hind ankle white snlpin face A very rangy nqck line head and ear short back fine lengthy quarter a clean 3ii Hewf l a7ralf brother the great allow mare Hildred Owned by Mis y Bedford pff Conn and his sire Copalder Bonny Gabriel 805 sold Glassmoor Prince has already proven to be a great r winning first of Iowa and Illinois State fairs Chicago ttmfor8OOO Haute Horse in 1007 He comps from a chestnut family = Fee 25 To IInsure a Living Coltt tI J RED REX No 3147In re 0 PEDionEESire Rex Peavinc No 1700 he by Rex McDoriatST S 0HeX 2 gd dam by Dotys pray Eagle 9th dam by Kavanaughts Gray Q Eagle a87 0DESORIPTIONFoaled 1003 A beautlttil chestnuts sorrel 16 hands with two white titockiJgs He has yeryfine head and neck good short back extra bone and muscle and his headland tail style can not be excelled He can rack very fast is very distinct in his trpt and can tep a three minute gait with all the grace and actjonomi could wish and Iis good at the canter When you see hinvto harness he you think he ISa trotting horse and citedntp Rex Peavine 1790 the sire of ths horse had three out last year were unbeaten and Red Rex has been very sutcessful aso show hoijfic from a colt ant winning man premiums harness saddle Classes all over the cQuntry we were JtqjaJ d by llir Pembwrton of EUzabethtoivnt one of the besthhorsemen oywhandttetthat this is one of the very best horses in The State atathim and look at his breeding and be convlacedthat he is the best in tthe land tFee 20 To Insure a Living ColtA i OURO BLACK JACK t t f1 i i W1U SStandat 10 to Insure a Living Colt 4 TJitsiJack ti has 11hhate points and Iis an extra good mule JackI REMARKS onesel th stailionVs believing they will produce a of horses that is t trade at the nlost remunerative prices to 0oucant afford1 to stand bade on Ss or S10 iiTe in the fee You more than make up in the colt We ask rencetinsPect them before bookie your wares Mares traded or pat d with forfeits insurance and 0 becomes due at time of such transaction LIen retained on until season is paid Mares from a distance grazed at price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention coltiiJ net responsiblef accidents or escapes a T BOHONJSOMstli r RbLYIlg W itL fir LEBANON KY fOUV 4 00000ff00 Sleeping pas for lablet To protect babies from the draughts lot winter nights s sleeping bag Is qat the market t ItJs made precisely like those in use by the ranchmen of the west except1 that it Is of the daintiest softest eiderdown flannel The flap may bo drawn about tho shoulders thus providing a cosy warm nestttia wbfck the coverlid gannettbeitossed aside by the rgstlessnGSS of the smaU occupltnt VvT r v i fti U ttt ra Notice to Ourr C tto Wears men rTeased to aunounce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs r1 oolds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and V 1tcrharmfuldrngst 1 men 1t ii ale rV tJIIr forchiid nIfifLBtladnlt feo J JJr t a Red Cros Store ivv vi irl j s r r 1 DR J CI11U- DtftJaidkH 1 1bonrs8toui1I 1t2pIL O MB over HaySoiiV DnMp ft 1 nM n = tite hi Otcrt ute f t tICPhINE I y R d4cI 3 W F GRIGSBYI j I ATTORNEY T LAW 1Jto IIPIIDMJJI1JILDXY c i iv Ef HYATTR iI v ri JjpAULQUG Red Crow DrugOtWr r over 9ce hora Htt1030 J 12111 4 to 5 p- mpng 2 104 pDlilnd all v ght 11 1D JlNYMAYtS rjI1t iiiCTOftO AID CEISEDM8AHEB- TWIIPHONE DAYt9IINLQHT74 maFlELDfn I Ealrod Schedule in f FirtWwiBg ii the time ched le Y IOW itfj tfoct Oti the Bardtowu 151 Spriugtiett branch railroad lio 4l1Ae Loliisville at at 430 p JOa Bard town Junction 622 pBa Bartdsiown 606 pm arris at Bpriag d705 pniK I VN6 42 Lfavw Springfield at of iaa Barditpwn B07 am hq Bftrdipwn Junction 650 am a tTWat LoHiTillet 740 am VlTp 45 Leaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Janction 110 aifl Barastowiiy 1100 am arryts1Xjntie1dt 1230 pm No44 L avei Springfield a 100 pm Bardsiown 220 p mjBardstowJi Junotion 485 pmJJi a y ual LuoLeave S8prinMld ai7d5 aia BardsJ Ipwn 8 awi Bardttpirn Junction 8 45 im i arrivedi at Louisville IimNo i1 Sundays onlyLeavesCLQ4Iit ill at fcjia JactLo 6 5P to Bardg towo h ZQ eilC arriire at Springfield j J 85pMSi Tfrlr FriIt aid OrnauleRtal ev i EjtrjithinK ior Orbhard Lawcj 1 and Garden Our Strawberry PJstsare money makers Try tiamS Write for free catalogues f JWe1iaye no agentsrV HIm L NM YERSONSf Lexington K F1 E Shelbyo ilk Breeder of io 1Jl t Jersey logs o r t1 aim booting orders now J for Spring pigsci R F D 1 Springfield Ky If up I EGGS J FOR llATOllI1Hi jii L iSlpl f White Le Rhnrn So Co p c1 Island KedstPit Games sd BiftEdrpmgton OjpJngton t Stock viroai Mrs Iglebartj ofe Union ioahty Eggs from any 1- foi9fthe above atoIOOEtr5ettiiiitft151 t r iMammoth bronze p I Turkeys Wriht Strain Pen beaded by ta r0tili1romMroRJ Biirr 0 LoueontyaS lil 2eJtS Eic esellj jv Ernbden G I rotcMra BJ F Jacksons stock Tijf Oft each Indianii Siwc ekEgllO dints eachri TV ft SALLARD Jii Fi ti 5j Springfield Ky I NiT UWyt b3 every parentjj 4f jW eIMl Ja nervous fretfull U ks1eepIs pJLsly faced has i r sr its Ja always seern fcuiffr jr M aotr gilalfc weight out 4i vkfiMiM the tronbU is worms Msi cieam Vermifuge is aa absot sc w Ii its OW1 PUt e by the led Crn Dci4 4 AbwAw 2oIbae Si rn Hfifif mm1 Ie v 1Wj tdrirlI iIlrtrli mM irl 3 Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest iSr I MIAboutYurse1TFrIends Il1M1 Acquaintances 1 Aft I have soaie mules 1 vttfJoan outor selll John Tarrott I WjTED To buy some steers wei punclsTcYr I Jttlie 1 latest popular music for yqui phonograph at JE M UelIs ff J New phonograph Jecordsj Edison and Columbia at E M ussells 1JKeV GWo Lyon Will preach tthe Methodist church next Sunday morning ar d Jnight FORSALGood1Wov and Calf also good butchers stuff i i1AS or BRADY The sale of the Hen Birch essate was vell tended and- veryihmg sold Well S M- ampbeU wasth auctioneer j FOR iJALEpAnearly new rub Her tire runabout Also one setc light double hafiess G W LYO- flThe1itestt selectionsinrecor- dsbEdisonindColumbra E M Russell I J Going to quit business Stock cost coniEfioandtsee TI ilCJELRdYT Mrs T J Hamilton formerly this cqunty but now of LouIsville is here this week with a bunch of cattle for sale He wll offer them on the streets here OnuSaturday WANTED To buy Oak an J Beech Lumber will pay highest H fut ftc jaVsfe3 acnFloodrg Wjite to Ken cky Hardwood Flooring CtBeech Sor Wocidrand Avej Louisville Ky f1 Mr WA tltements of the ashington County Board of- oiitiot vishesf all those who ave their tobacCQ jpcoled to de liver it to theEquicy Warehouse pring d as soon as passible We ire informed that about 500 hogsheads of Washington county tobaccO of the crop ofc 1906 has be nsold at prices nin ing from 10 cents to 12 cent This tobacco was taken from the seven Ilowest grades County court day Monday wits ery well attended for such a- ainy t day and every thing soldj fairlY well Jacob Kimberlin sold 12shorttwoyearod steers or3oper head Several head t cattle sold satisfactory pricesl Onelbtof sheep bronght 920I per head Hogs in better de maud t Leon Allen has bought outI the stock and business of 0 L Prices confectionery and vi1- 1ontinue the business at the same stand He proposes to keep an to dttt and fresh stock of candies fruits etc Also all kind of soft drinks andice cream soda Leon is aJnwithmanv friends who wish him ess in hip ve1tutei orse Sale The combination horse sale f Boblitfc Bishop took pla on last Saturday afternoon at heir stable inl tqwn arid attract d a good rowd 01 bidders t here were 51 head offered arid f the number 40 animals hanged ownership The as = gregate amount of the sale was about 4500 The highest rice horse sold for 8200 a team off workhorses were withdrawn at a bid of 8298 a mule brought 191 Other high prices were 172155 14750 149 14250 16750 and S15Q The horses aa rule were an indifferent lot nd that they soJdso well peaks well for the conditions ofthe horse market Daily Arrivals OF New2rIilIinery + My stbok of Millinery is un usuully attractweand the styles maintain fully the repnlatibtt my taste and selection hayeVen joyed heretofore The trimming d departmentis well supplied with new materials aiid work done reasonably Miss Alice McElroy and Mrs Bessie Reidelwillassis me this sea 3O4 Come in and see uv- I jMiSKnQttI A r Wevera Syrnp Mid CeHrte oNtfozo4udnduie I 4c r IQ IQ j I Fire Alarm What fora time promised to I bea serious conflagration was narrowly aterted on jast Satur day43ythe ipirompt actionof the fire fighters Shortly before eleven oclock fire was discover ed arising from the bark yard of Haydon Robertsons drug store Investigation disclosed a blae ciimbiris the wall of the warehouse which is used for the storage of 0Jsand113ints It seems that the fire had been started in a box of excelsior which was left outside and par th9buildingway through the floor of the warehouse and on up the walls and through the roof The fire burned fiercely and was plain ov r several barrels of oil coal oil varnish and gasoline but- fortuuatelyncine of this iodama stuff became ignited The fire department SOOti had soveral slandcontent Of the warehouse were aflbadlydittnagedand it spems almost a miracle that the build ing which is of wood with a pip jr roof was not entirely dis trbyed v v Initial Showing of Spring Millinery SpriDgM1l1mmY ready for YOUr inspecticn Newest styles and very reasonable prices also ieLMse A nice line of Skirls2 Waists nd1KerchefYour patronag is solicited WILLIAMS Wills Probated The will of Ur J M Burton was admitted to probate in county court On Monday Aft r dlreding that all of his just debts be paid and making pro monumentrorhis th tall of his property both real and personal be left in trust to J A Bonlware for the bene fit of his father G W burton and his mother Mary Ellen Burton they to get the benefit oifhe income daring their fives and after their death the prop erty is to be equally divided between the brothersand sister He directs that his dentall equi 7 mentin Springfield be given to his brother Dr George Burton n Iineus Confectionery And Soft Drink Cafe I FrutsIwmll Ice Cream and Soda Water I Oakesy Nutsetc The patronage of ladies and hitdienis especially invited I Leon Allen 1 JThe part of the estate belonging l to his brother Ivy Burton is lleft in triisttoJ A Boulware the income to be used for his benefit and after his death to be equally divided among the other heirs He directs that no accountiig for money advanced tobis brothers by the testator be ra quir d The will was dated 0Marcflby C J Haydon and W F Grigsby l The will of Mrs Nannie E Walker dated July 28 1906 and witnessed by W F Grigsby a Byron Croake was also ndI f probate After bequeathirtg her sons the sum of one eacnthe testatrix dulJarrr allOfc the rest of her 1fannleEt go to her Watker buly daughter Misyll Nigl t Rider Letters Ten ior twelve letters wefe re ceiveqat the j Springfield pdst office on Tuesday night of the threatening nigbt rider variety At least two ofo them whIchwe lay e b en liMaBiyto read contuned threats an signed tight Riders II Mr J G McElroy wbb raised a large cr 7arandhoAmerican Society of Equity re ceived one of the letters and another well known farmer wh- otiesonIy a short distance from Springfield received the other The remainder ofthe lEtters were ieceivod by farmers Jiving further put in the coujity but a fall list of them we have ben unable to learn The following is the letter received by Mr McElroy Dont rais terbacker Mackel roy it will cost too much in long run Nitfc riders The letter received by the other farmer sho requests us to omit his name reads as follows- if you try toraise terbacker this year you will get whipped shore and your barn burned take warning and save trouble Jjj Mener county night riders jjt mep are watching you 0The letters were postmarked RED BANDBRAND CANDY lQcPgR LB DOES IT PAYDo- esit pay to pay cash We know it does and believe we ran sbpa convince you that it does Look our special list for this we P1r Compare the prices with hose you are paying and then figure what per cent ybUj are saving We have an extra special for you this week How is this EOAsHkNDSATuRbAYONLY A 31b Can Standard TomatoI f OR ONLY JOc OR 3 FOR 25c 0Other Specials for Saturday Seed pottoes garden seed andonion sets atlowest pric s 3 cans corn for 5 1cJI 15e peas v 13 1 can 10cpea3s t vv 09 1 can chunk Pineapplefor C v 4 15 3 boxes Jellb regular IQc 25 BeakeR German Sweet lh colate tot r 110 6 bars B D or R W Soap o C Tv 25 TbarsLenox Soap r x 25 1 bottle SOc Olives vV 2S 1 bmleji0e Olives U 15 1 bottle lOc Olives iv Q9 3 cans Spiders lOc Pork Beans 4J Jfj a 1can Wagners Oyster lb ukifl h vi Q 1 cau Wagners Oyster lb i 0 1 dozen Lemons reg 2Dc value for r 15 1 dozen Oranges reg 30c value for k i 20 I EG SI j We want your Eggs and win pay you tile cash if you do not want totake them in trade orif ypuwant to take advantage ojE the CASH SPECIALS we will take your Eggs at the CASH PltlCE in payment Come to see us if you want to s velponeyf Yours Truly McEIM SHADER J tat Harrodsburg at6 am Marcht 24and received at Springfield ij at 7 pm on the same day The Itwo letters published above wore evidently written by the same party The paper and envelopes were alike and both were written jin pencil and in a djsgoised hand Some of the letters we understand have put into the hands of the U S pjstal au 4horities and an investigation Vill be started which w tru will result in the running toj earth of the guilty parties INewMillinery rIf ry Co open sdayl over the Peoples Bank Mrs Evans having had a number of years experience in the millinery business needs no introduction to the people of this community ightanexpeience4trimmer charge They are prepared ti show you all the npw and nobby 0thingsHLING NEWS The Springfield teainefeated the Danville team best of five games the al1eYthitCafPanville last Friday nigt r The games were very cw e and exciting Danville wontbe first game Springfield won the 2d and 3d Danville the 4th land Springfield took the 5th In spite of the yells ol the4 Danville rooters These two teams will probably meet again soon on the lOcal alleys The Springfieldteam vwill goll to Bardstown tthis evening toll play the team of that city These games promise to be very interesting as thesp teams have won a series apirce from each other J Advertisement or Bids i ordinancetpassed bv Citv Council of the City of Springfield Ky at itbwe the undersigned committee willon Thursday April 91908 at 2 oclock pm or th reabouta receive sealed bids for repairing j and improving High Street from Walnut Street extending East to the City limts Specifica tiong will be furnished prospec tive bdders on application The Committee will m etat the office GrigsbyIj Q F WHARTON jI Committee Horses Handled I have located in Springfield and want to engage horses to handle arid train bQtbl addle and harness I have large ex equippedfor lcan be fppnd at the Fair Groundfi OJON LUCAS CATTLE SALE I 0On Saturday aftarnoon March 28th I will offerfon the streets v of Springfield 12 Headof Cattle weighingffoini 725 to 850 pounds AH of good grade and color Jf yearlingsand twoyearolds TERMS announced on day of sale T J HAMILTON1 t l For Sale i White Plymouth Rock Eggs Fischel strain the best a the world Male birds scored by Judge Lane from 92 j to03f 1pO per setting of 15 eggs AO KIMBALL T H K C ILDJtEJfIt IT KENNEDYS UAXATJVE COUGH SYRW s l j w HIGHLAND NOBLES J 0 Janes St te Superinten dent for the Highland Nobles an Insurance Order of Waterloo Iowa has been here a wee arranging to organize here HP has succeeded in Sf curing Miss Ella Sbaunty as their representative in Washington county I which assures success for it Anyone wishing to buy first class Insurance at reasonable rates will do well to see her at once as the cost of jj in ng will be about onethircu the regular price until the cliaiteris closed IEF9tJAL MaYeS was in lexi- ngton aVd H fiffidsburg lat week v Mrs S B Thompson was in Louisyille Saturday Miss Cari ie Edelen was caUed o Louisville Monday by the ill essofher brother Thorna who is at the Norton infirmary Mrs Walter E rived where Thursday she and LeacbmanarII Ispent the winter Mr James Donahoe of Koko mo Ind iis viriting his siser Mrs MargaretTrainor of near towniIMra Charles Brady spent a Ievdayslastwlsliin Louis villa Mr Hamilton Hardest tf Lebanon vas a business visitor in town yesterday iJr George T Burton for merly of Santa Anna Texas has taken charge of the denial office aiid bqsihess bequeathed biofby his brother the late Dir M Burton Mrs W C cChord has returned from Danville Messrs James Arthur and Edward Burton were here Mon W Th two little daughters of Mr James Boswetl have pneu menia MrT38ifys pf State ollege Lexington iorneor a few days IMr and MrsRCBblettattended the funeral of Mrs Boosts uncle Mr Abner She han atMaud Tuesd Ay Mr Ed Boblett formerly of this Plisycritically iill10f Bright disease at His home in Bard IMrtown J IISV6S left this morning for Wlilinxtoa DC Mr Roy Montg meJJk Nell Put amandMr7eShuck and Spalding Greenf Lebanon werehereTuesday Yi Mrs Wright of Indianapolis S is here in charge bf th business Mr John of Mrs Wycoff emilmeryIIIyule spent sunday t j Miss Kate Boldrick of Leba on is v Sit K her brother 11Mr Raf e Sold rick j Mr Sylvester Russell Sr nd son Sylvester were here Monday ou business t Messrs Harry Shultz and P Knight Handy spent Sunday in JBardstown = Mrs WF Trusty spent a 4 few days last week in kb non p Misses Nell Greene and Alayihe = Knott have returned from a visit to Nazareth f aMrspent Sunday here 5 Miss Mabel Thompson of p Pleasant Grove spent Jast week 1II with Miss Fannie McElroy t Mr 0 L Price is in Louis I ville on business p Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell P were in Danvlll Friday V PaMr EarnestTong accompanied iI the bowlers to Danville lastsFri Z dlY Dr J B RoBards spent LouisIIeral days of last week here Miss Mary Qleasonlis in illa visiting friends j Mrs Leonard Baker is visiting her sister in Louisville 0Mrsfield is visiting her sisterf Mrs J R Durrett i Miss Margaret Kussell who o went to Sacramento Gal Jlast J December for three moaths C visit has decided toimiiw- ith C her uncle Mr Henry Bird J 8 inlSIr r i1sJ RCLmbcnU irQ Whenever you havea CQugatIf 9cold just remeBaber that oleyse floney aria Tar will cure it risk your health by taki Mt 1MIt tbfrgeHnia It k in yltew pick ft SQIGJ7 ttelW 0r DrUg t re 1 We aresbovving new Spring Styles jI- TLadies Dress SKirts Com in and make I your selection early so if we should be out of your size couldorder same for you and have ready for ou for Easter I Le us take vouror der fttra Ladies or viiises ti SSpring Suit I We can show you the maerinl Atfd styles and guarantee ls1tjsfa lon us with a call and IIFaor i 4 Newest CutS I- 41n t fJ Ladies acd itittit 1t j Misses rioo WSSnplDg i I Jackets 2 fC Just receivd fromf the maD IorWeshwths Jr Tlntr Strips 1 andl P1aids i in both frmn fitting ard loo- barks ij Priceslreietstt fJ n v orsuch High 4laas tI RobertsollC1aybrooke c1tINCQ- RPORATED i Ii 1fi Ice Cream fridayjMBBE4if Ht A freshstock of Confections FruitsAkJ rJi Webke t evey daybread pies cak II Freshsalted roasted peanuts tt1 1iHAlId- unngLent TrimTdro t OYSTERSA Lq ftk J 1 r Mealaiiji Tfat s reasonable f jj f 1 o ENJIoHtDl II i rIf r Z rt 1 1t J Jewelry 01 wo fWatches k j jt IIcv Diamoi43j Silverware J Cut Glassy I have a complete Jewelry StoreS No link of goods more reliable is capried by anywhere JLbiiy from the wbrldshest imanufacturers and on small profIts iWhatever is worth having iu a jwe1rstoreIi here j t v u Watchess are my speciaaii supplyirtnything you atfI jd iI It 1 Jas f JMGthvef 1ii wc t4 kJ = f- oQooooNoo rooooo- +1 TThe Safest and OuiGkesji Wayip t Transfer Mohel IISBY- r iijg Distanice TeIephoaec For Itatu Rlf osi taagsv vCibr1aid Telephone fIgmjl Cspy rloRPOATD fl 0 GpoOooboooOOOOGoo O m fIIPofr t k t t i I 1vw V rIw LJF I ur T I7 fA EASY TO MIX L i w r wJ1 LiiI4 wI WUJ ppesr rjltlto f K bar in Ju rk1 sm iaNewYork I1I7 psyr ii aIIJl7 t Pe 11JiJali ffju1aMJ ly otduOority who cLimg Je ba kDd a posite- bo osresimuM ayce- ot h flr ki4Myo4 blJdderl llqrY=tbo ijoBr hta4 se 1id Bxtnd DwxWicm OM WS vics CompiaXatlo C uboe cQ4EpJlflbd 8yrilp three ncM ma1kwL In a bottle in a bo4e and lUf ini tepoonful ldolfJl alter KJh IMal aod again i bdU- A 1bntu beret wtI regarding this pr ptiOlllttMe4tbt the i gidists are all harmless and OM be obtaan d aancost faajgodpreacdpiuaphar awwsji Dt tbe mixtote wcwM be aripi akd to itoao He fociber plated ihrt while this preeolp44oo js often pcetxjribed t 1a rh ooMUic ifiietkHic with apleodbd nult be could ao pII eou wily it would jaot be a tepiewUl reedy tot ktdnej and ariaary leaIHl backache ait basis peculiar action ipdo r HtDctaie1elJ1iOIu and bJpi g tbem to aiffe and foulacidi ca ae sickmi 4fl Nwring fto of onr reader who suffer inff r1es of oar readers rho uJ Cia Make BO mistake in Hirinif itiatriall pp Mi it JuetJoe tW aMfcMt Greeks proTided their JeJiMafciisM best tie arguraeata ot I + ye1ua4srkrooa1 te ttheyb- e1Mud 1tytwrH perMeIworHUtlJWcivil4DLay tk bltUl1levent ck hIIoa of letting themselves I X takk iUM tkea try to cure it So big M yOI keep7blr liver bows zad Mock ia a healthy and active ceaditMShayoii woat get sick Bal iaVdp Berbiac relieve eMtipation o c4lye liver ai11torngck and taw lfcotAJes gold by Red Cr6ss 1kiICBtotef t Lifetof our m JsfcTJHiai la etweitfo which e aa MB ksit to solve and td the leekisL of which orory co trlbuio SS welaooiei Aa4 the aaswer that Geor Wet glroftjiis that th reis a reIgn- C law kI UK Moral asweIjasIn tl c fkrteal wort ad that this law ca Iasiswtkaa1Ikea1eoreap 31t be btekea with impanlty As 1illlcaJdJ t If t 1fAotjMwtfff er pleaaut Whether tlt aiMjfcly Mwralgiaf toothache or ik KcieVNrt 1lallir4i Siew Liniment rill edelce th swelHHg and reliever the pain TW grsat and sure cure er ticutburns bruises aolraiiy aad all aches and pains Sold by the Red Cross Thug Store Mpktjthe stomach happy with 1r1 fMiTOii tablet before meals jLirir tis given by the- SSj Bed Crosi Drug Store to retulu = TJtkmofstomach troD bleIit1 10 pImpIIcUY AboMi The supreme excell M yfc MpI- iS tyLoJ1 e110Wt = 7 4 S t I Commwmptlon iM esieita1moitnsicUbun faeuwble The iTrtt intelligent step in the i iwNrt of the idii JI to atop the VHasjm o- fliuiai xwfckh tear M enfeeble the iystem fJSOB Cure has permanently faired many consunip tiff illgp a akowm estimOf1t1Ncauec healiiuf and soothing qualiuet act directly Off tMlluoft andbrert kcbilEpsMgelt stop g the coighi sad- fendy healiag the hc crated tiseiiM Ere tatt mud aovaacvd- eonaumptm co ifW bsve reeJquick 1 te Pioz Cure absolutelyfnee r Wt dniidea msdy ke- II every hum of coogix eolae braodutk 01 yoif 5d oW Pour a rty katf acMMrr tiatithattbMet advanced form of chest affections CM be Cmd U P S NEW The SHORT Old TIcM 1irrokeepJII I L1eZetl wgrocr et r I1vtsgjitaalki ontbe trains in the iithlrty lye yeArsyWhite I have been travellaf Mkl Mr McKell the otherday the groeery Mine has chaQged foi the Better fnd 1 hope I haye helped a11ttwl in the chTB e IGiroeer and general storekeepers aye morefllberal than they used to 15ti kinder more polished more featte manly5Lt use give you an Idea of the typical storekeeper of the put the Morekeeper of the early fifties The general storekeeper of Croydon Was also the Tillage postmaster He dispensed letters and cabbages postal cards and underwear with AI equa Mad uBut omeautumna rival establish p Bt opened acrosS the way a genera i4ei that was a little brighter 4 little ruRxs XO LTZ YOSTE I TELL YL handsomer a little larger than the old oae Ad postmasterobserved withj disgust that the fickle villagers were Socking in great numbers to the new lbc uAsat Ms rival from his doorway ie aft era on a fellow townsman entered apqI asked it there were any letters for him Ne there aint none I told ye that yesterday I said the stor keeper with out moving from the doorway 4But one might a come today said the villager Ob there might might there the la storekeeper sneered Wen there aintII But ye haint Ilooked Haiat I Well Jlllnt agoln to But l Theres no letter for yeI tell ye1 skotted the ppetmaster But Blast ye shouted the Xmffims post muter ru5lila tipMtortFe Tlllager and sjickZ ig his fist in his face wont ye take no for an answer I tell ye agln no no no And now if ye aint satisfied go and git yet letters where ye gjt yer goods The Smart 99- Rudyard Kipling concluded his recent address to the students of McGllI uni Tersity with an attack on smartness He said Whenever and wherever you find one of your dear little plnymatesshow im signs of smartness In his work his talk or his play take him tenderly by the hand by both hands by the back of the neck if necessary and lovingly playfully bat firmly lead him to a knowledge of higher and more Interest- Ing things Afterward Mr Kipling told a story about a smart man This man he said owned a dry goods store and one day to his greattdisgust he heard a new clerk say to a llady No madthwa havp not had any for along time ff With a fierce glance at the clerk the smart employer rushed upfto the lady and said We have plenty in reservcj maam plenty upstairs f JLady and cle Ccokeddasedr afiai afterward the smart proprietor learned that the clerkj remark had been made in answer tfthe lladys We haves had any jxln lately l tJi4 Likwl Native State Setter Bipriesentative Allen of Maine Vii cjp Amos as many of his friends kjapw him has resided In Washington Spier than njtjy of his Pine Tree Jjtate colleagues He was many years a government clerk and then secretory to Speaker Reed and likes the town But he Is the most loyal Maine man of all the local Maine colony When thc youngsters get homesick they go around for a chat with Uncle Amos who Is sure to cheer them up1 It makes a Maine man feel good even to hear him tell his favorite story which Is comparison on ParadIse One recently admitted there says the First Maine district representa tive saw two len In shackles Handcuffs nn laban and chain were ffised to each of them The new comer marveled nt that In such a happy land and inquired the reason He was Informed that they belong ct toan unusual human species They had come from a peculiar little cor ner otn big country which corner was kiinkui fis Maine and had to be kept uuller jenitralnt so that they would not return there Washington Cor Boston Herald UseForThemAllVYou hnv lhree pairs of glasses pro 51i1Yi t j c e red isetoHee UI n d Rt io ttiIrt i aad the ntlier two t i niortaistbn CORccorI There is no ease pa record of a coagh pccold resulting in pneumonia or coBsamptioaafter Foleyf Ron y dTarhad beta aken as itwilL ilop year cough arid breakup yorc- Old quickly fif1 aiibt tJwfc genuine Tofeya Honey sad Tar It vejlow package Ceelaina IM opJa ylwdC7T 1sstmW- hile jlItL heat abb t1icJ J koW sie the two buysirs- You Will Need an Oil St vet denthen fire was big The quick concentrated neat of NEW PERJ7EflON BIjHaniil CookStove d 5gtJyto boil the kettle or bake the bread and none diffused about the room to overheat it Thus using the III is real kitchen comfort Made in three and fully warranted If not with your dealer write our nearestagency In tlUch Theo Lamp alampas eV one enoughforor cottage bright enough for veryoccasion IfIot with your dealer write our nearest agency Iseerperated ODL COMPANY BIER NIAGARA fAllS Fate of a Schooner Thaj Was Used as an Experiment SHE WAS DASHED TO PIECES A Thrilling Sight From the Time She Struck the Seething Rapids Until the Mighty FaUTre Her Into Splinters A Pair ef Tough Geese The following story of tbe first pub ftc excursion to Niagara Falls waHI written at the time by an eyewitness The schooner Michigan was the largest vessel on Lake Erie at that time She sstoohirgelDtIlCt to nter the various harbors on the take end being somewhat decayed In hex uppers the oWner Major Frazer got the Idea that she would answer the purpose of testing tho fujte of a thai by accident ml tO near the ca nMii iHTTrFlTn the rate b3iui np that mIght be caught In the rapids The proprietors of the large public houses at the falls on both sides of the river and of stages and steamboats made ups pijrse to pur base the schooner uwnre that they would be amply repaid by the specta ors that the exhibition would attract For several days previous to Sept 3 1828 the day for which the affair was fixed which was Saturday the itages und eanolboats came to ButYalo rowded with people On the night it Sept 5 wagons tilled with country people rattled through the village In unbroken procession nil night long and gn the morning of Sept 0 Buffalo It self seemed to be anoving In one mass toward the point of attraction Five steamboats had been advertised to leave Buffalo Saturday morning were the tienry Clay William Penn Pioneer liagurq and Jblppewa The Chlppcwa was appointed to tow the schooner Michigan to the Niagara river was a passenger on her VAs soon ns we got well under way the scene became Interesting The other four steamers came plowing along in our wake crowded to the guards with passengers and bauds of music playing The Chippewa towed the big schooner to Yales landing OR the Can ada side of the Niagara river where our passengers went ashore as did those of the William Penu The pug sengers of the Henry Clay and Plo neer landed on the American side Yales Landing was tJbtje miles above the falls and the crowds of people were taken fm there on down the river in of nil kinds The hour fixed for towliig the Michigan from Yales Landing to the rnnlds was 3 In the afternoonSThis task an extremely hazardous one was Intrusted to tin oldest sailor on the lake Captala itou h With a yawl IJoat and flve ktnnly oarsmen the old captain got thi schooner underway They towed her to within a qaar ter of a mile of the first rapids and within half n mile of the tremendous precipice Itself as near as they dared approach They cut the Mg vessel adrift and she passed majestically on while the oarsmen of the yawl had to bend their every uem and ninsde to removQ themselves from the peril of being drawn down by the rushing wn tterp Indeed such had the fear and apprehension of the men that they mutinied against Captain Roupli anti cut the towline before Jhe time he bndsetIt they had obeyed the reel less old captain he the yawl and UK crew would have preceded the MIcliI gun over nip faliaSThe high grounds on both shores of the river were lined with people as the Mlrbisnu nntruldeil bv human licencv O6666 When warm days jiad the kitchen firs make cookingabur is the time to try aNewPerfectipn Wick Blue Flame Oil how this stove does away with kitchen discomforts rhow cool it keeps the room incomparisonwith conditions when the coal the Wick Soes New Perfection sizes STANDARD They wagons approacnea netfa ou tue urst rupia or the seething descent apparently keepII Ing the very course that a sklful Igator would have guided her In The i American ensign stretfilied from her bowsprit ami the British Jack floated at her stern The ese shot the firstt rapid unhurt stlll head on making n plunge shipping n sea and rising from It In beautiful style In her descent of the second rapid the water momenta rib Increasing In velocity and tumult her towering must went by the bond firing tile spectators n startling repre sentation of the crashing oru vessels spars In a shipwreck at s nShe swung around and presented her broadside to the dashing and foamingt water and after reinatnlng us it seem ed stationary ror a moment swung round until she vjsheadcd upstream Passing tht lthird rapid she bilged but carried her hull to nil appearances whole as she tossed and groaned be tween Gniss Island and Jhe British shore t4 the Horseshoe fall over whichi she was drawn sternforemost and hurladlixto the thundering ab 01 was dashed to fragine ro aha struck In t waters below utter she went over her reds of people hurried below tbe falls The river was covered with fragments of the vessel Nowhere could be foundI nnlledtogcth1rnnd t townfdtbwestern prairie twrt bears from Jb ike Superior regions two foxes ja raccoon a dog a cat anti four gceso When the vessel left Yales landing tu tow all these were let loose on thededk except the buffalo He was inclosed in a pen The two hears got enough if the trip then tim vessel began ttue1 descent of the first rapid and thpy climbed down the side next the Canada nhore plunged Into the swift wute breasted its powerful successful ly iiml reached the shore They were so exhausted when they got on Inn that they made no resistance to being aptnrcd The bears before they ubau uoned the ship climbed the masts bf the vessel and as it was presumed from that outlook saw what their fin Jab would be anyhow and then deter mined to take the chances of getting to land slim as tthey were The raccoon ran up a mast mid remained there un tii the mast foil lIe was never seen again The foxes ran frantically up and don tlje deck and went over with the schooner as did the buffalo bull cud tIn geese Not a trace of foxes or buffalo was ever found Two of the geese swum ashore half u mITe below 1hii titus The other two met the fate of rue buffttlb and the foxes Simplicity forma main Ingredientn a noble nature Thucydides Shakespeare NotwitVistnnding f Is there anything In anameV In qulred the man with mousse colored Ii whiskers You can bet there Is Namb Ji boy Stuy vesant or Van fteus miner or Gouverneur and hell never hold anything buttr first class job Nobody wlllasver dare ask him to swab wlndow or mop floors And by the time hes torty hell be head of trust company and director In twenty seven prominent concerns Oh yes theres n hpnpln a name leinme tel rou WaBblngton Herald The Infallible Man The most dull and wlshy washy wnnI In all the world nlust be be whomever made n mistake But he Is double ilyed when be will make no mistake himself nnd lose sleep oVer the misS takes oti his neighbor Manchester UnionS f Mens Ways We often hear women criUcIfied fox their queer waysof doing tilings but we rise to tall attention tto the quoe ways many good men Imvp nf not do log things Hallock Etiteitirlse 66iAAAiA1J1Rwwwyt IfIs ybur baby thin weak fretful EmulsionII If lIi II baby ii Scotfs Emitfofcm Cod Liver 03 cjHypophoiphites prepredso jis eUiliaiPit d by Iittlel1Ia f Ce n sqfcently the baby that Uj fIScotts Emuljion i ia stysyii cIicI fflow full Jholth dgor- Sii AND flOO r Home Treat ment J a EJWlsHBADG Distinguishing Mark That Was Re fit quired by European Countries Tothe Jews of today it is fairly wen known that their ancestors in Europe were forced to put up with a great deal of humiliation One of the most insulting methods was to require the wearing of a badge which would rTher r general order throughout Christendom in the year 1215 but it must have been required in Isolated places before that S 5dateSThe most usual form of badge was that of a ring of distinctive color at t tacked to the upper garment Anyone t of FrenchJewlsh ancestry V1ll know that his forbears wore a Ting of this sort varying In size and fn color now Ired now yellow and white aceonllng r the whims of municipalities and uponIdered to be worn likewise upon the bask so that 4 Jew might be known uforennd aft When a J ewTa1SI found without the badge tie was flned Evidence of the wearing t this is ound as late as 1592 In France badgqf to efathers of the SpunlsbJews f rlc ia yellow and red badge the men pn their breasts the w draen on their foi eheads The wearing of the badge wi s not so prevalent lIn Italy but the minlclpallties almost aJl required It The badge was known as the o from its shape resembling prob ab y the ring In France English Jews sh uld feel the distinction of having had a peculiar sort of badge forced upm their ancestors It was first in the form of a band first white tucu yellow uuu later Jews were andI quired to wear a badge with the shape j of the tables of the law In Germany yellow badges were worn but here the hat was the chief means of Identifica tion In Austria and in Poland there IrleftIrl pfeBiaatoiMcRfffe at the present day some of the houses of Jews are marked with tie o American Hebrew THE STOOL PIGEON Its Part In Capturing the Wild Birds SIn Former TimestThere are occasional reports of small flocks of wild pigeons having been seen In different parts of the United States and Canada Possibly these Ifare the harbingers of their return from South America whence thy migrated for some unknown reason fifty years liugo It may not be generally known that the somewhat odious term stool pl goon as used today arose from the stool pigeon that used to be In catching wild pigeons employedI times They used to be so they taken inwere great numbers by uetsIwidedvaried in size but wqre from two toII were as as poaa sible being nartly covered with hay or straw or whatever was most suitable At each end was n strong spring tow lch ropes wer atta bed something llke 150 feet long to wHere the wafch er was concealed Close to the net was a stool or stand where the stool pl geou usually a tame or captured one was placecj The pigeon was tied by the feet to tie stool and from this stool a rope extended to tile person cOncealment Whentor some InII grain was scattered about the net anti when the flock was passing the rope attached to the stool was pulled caus- Ing the pigeon to rle and flutter Its wings In trying to escape This at tracted the attention of the passing flock and Induced them to light where the grain had been scattered Then a Blight frill oii the ropes would release the spring to the net which would be thrown overthem so quickly that they badno time to escapes Sometimes imnny hundreds were captured W this way eta single haul Amuteur Sportsman At Qne Fell Swoop Have you got any 6f those prepara tions for removing superfluous hair 1ijslcs the man who enters the drug store with a firm tread and a set ounte nance Yes sir answers the druggist Give me a pint I want to use it on my lumadSBut man you havent got any su perfluous hair on your bead Youre nearly bald now I know It And Ive got so aggra vated and tired watching the confound1 ed hair leaking off day by day that ntonersweep anti have the agony over FOR THE CHILDREN Little Sally Waters cushions are placed on the floor 1Two children form a ring around holding each others hands Oneo child sits lu tile middle pretending to cry reprvsenting Sally The children dance around her shlglngi Little Bally Waters aittlne in the sun Crying because her mother 1llSntcom RISe up Sally dry up your tears Turn to ho east and turn to the west And tura to the ono that you love best Sally rfsesvipes her eyes and walks sloVyn oU Uhe ring until sbe reaches the companion she intends to hun or then she takes her by the hand prqparetlforchildren dance nroumfthuw singing Oh Sister Phoebe how hknpy were we IPutII And two or three kisses will do us iharm Tha two In th rplaceJ r 115peatedThe Clothespin Game StflCflY ned unique game whicitmay be played to help pass away a clotheslpIntwo sides and eaclfeislde chooses lIi I leader or captajn As many chairs as a there are guests are then placed In rows facing ouch other The tUtt Joo rtQ lbIQtAt who sitS tStS You naturlt WQW lprefer to treat yirseIfaEjme for any forlof femtrouble wouldnryou Well It can be done No reason why you stjI notbe able to relieve or cure your suffertng asthOUS of other women tvedone by proper use of the Cardul ffomeTreatrnerit Begia by taking dutheJoe Moorbet of Archibald tT YrttHMY J oCUrI J 1ETTEr Co u tJ11 A from a 10cent piece will eomnt FULL value 7 tA tag from a 5ce t piece will count HALF YaM M SS 4 t o f0rr i TOBACCOt t f with valuable tagsLt lV SS Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST ttjf rwbia I hw5y JT tkpa t Head tU Himity ErlT Iflw +Tiialaire Isr Pak Ii22JttJ T Tsnpnupj ta Coupons froms 1 e MANS PIUDC AND OWENS SELECT SMOKHQ PIcNIC TWItt fOLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Iradl SiMklm EME tatf StMttif Jy Yellow Strips torn BUSTER f t1ags from the above are good for tbcibttpwinff mHimmtyI ilpirJ n useful presents as shown by catalog 4 v J 1 v SUTagfJFountain Ladys Pe lnlhiefcMTM Pcfcet Katfe 44 TJ L English Steel Razor 50 Tags Steel Carving Set Me Tags teyiac CafiU M Taf I iSWatch 300 Tags Bert Steel Sh ars75 Tags ieyd TMrnf Xffi el Tags i SST Many merchants have supplied themsel withpresents with with tdCCIfl tS If you cannot have your tags redeemed at borne wrifci lfor catalog lus v 4 iI q i jrTHEAMERICAN TO1ACCO CO Jiii M Ie neaa or nut uoea loose uunine o clothespins about twenty in number ipassesji a pause to the leader slda which accomplishes this feat In the shortest time the victory This gamg Is exciting for It one person hanl11thehas dropped but pick it up and hand them all at once This game 1s1 striking of the old proverb The mire haste the speed Thrifty Paganini IWhen Paganlui was asked many ago to play at Vaushail he Inquired how many person the place would holdIThat Is impossible to sayI said the manager It fsu IaiigeopenJspace After some reflection the great via linist How many will the ontaln IAbyou jFourj tbonIshillings 4000 Well will In one concert for t mn have the other thousand SL Louis Republic Poles pf the Earth Jbe circle of the earths dally rota tion upon Its axis being the greatest at the equator the consequent greater ac ion there of the centrifugal force the period when the earth was a yielding mnss produced n bulging out of the surface In the region a Consequent flattening nt lie poles Thus wet have an oblate split told with the length of the hxls of tin poles about twentysix lid a half miles Jbss than the equatorial diameter A Literal Youth Why Johnny said Muggins are you doing here tnt homey Is party over i Nome blabbered Johnny vbut the minute got inside the house Willies 1tntherloved her very nmcbtI So much that when her first husI bnnfl died I married her that IImlgbt fthare grief and lessen ItAnd how did it work Fine Im sorrlerljow for his death than she isoxistou Pos- tlnedrie CntomiS okSg of his inv mutle two nUn kesin ttjls bri nce In your favor ticein mhr Waiter In your favor WheieLus Alga Blatter + Produce much cons mfUttle 111U1gTroverb I FOLEYS t11NEYANoTAR f originalLAXATIVE r81DedyI Woe coughs colds throat aact lng 1Qe4fOCeverbodySot4 itMYUowptckzgeRsfssiebet1tntsi byPolyRED CROS DRUG STORE Mvice4esalbe ofvaiaable 64peeeutrMsd Bask frcWee 1t ama ihmdQr syThos stat1scaeeanf reply will bsset litMdressLadles MviSort Dept The ChattafloogaMedicie T j tag 1t i 4 Pride Herat ilfFetjr Old r IIIIILIII i OIlS c brands V V r Gentleman ves to St i back The wins must Illustration less Gas dens Inquired play and you dur ing equatorial with Mrs what Willies You her so bihVoii and Myforhe le i itil HORSE ITI I Breeder lttentio lJI 1 I i D Baker Offers Fine 1I 1st of StaMitfif ftr ie ISeason oT I9U8 at Ins SttWfcs Fir t Grounds Spr ingfieiriI KyIr duringWlngtonthepast seasons and invited their ttatioato mJIt fstallions this seasofl I Moko Pearl NO 40394 Recant 228 trial 218 The greatest trotting bred kow s a 1km The handsomest son of the celebratedMoko Nk Peuta lay 1stall10n 15JJ t bands was foaled in 1903 too was bred at Walnut Farm Lexinrton Ky lIe is by Woke yJIvOaWilkes dam Queen Ethel the darn of three ill the lkt IokoPelurl Is out of Little Pearl 221 by Hinder Thdmaa LittlePekrIa tdam is by Isoene Moko Pearlwill make the season ottt20 to insure a living y colt and will be limited to 30 mars The season eor June lat hotseoreroriissomething shownat If 1 ruadsclasseswpapracticallyT I LateDt sttMlMudwfth10aasptep Shelbyville arid Lexington defeating all clasics ft came to e 1Grei111 him as agood Individual and a good gaited trotter fr Geo Bo QrRed formandemantrarl1edhilaIcMtJ keep I aMdrovei in show l Aftetshc t tf1gaveat the Blue i agathe horse this ila the opinion of every man wi has pulled VIotbetterHeJef OI Mr tson He is a clean sound horse a good legettf po and tHf rt I handsome fellow His peer as a high class stock horse aM rtw I pecti ve trotter for this green classes wolilu be hard rUiiMlt rr 1i RedBird = t 1- I Registered 1936 Vbl yfc A s H B A This norse is too weUkIQvn to nee ay intrctiotto the I op4Lussofwellpbstedhorsemexrheis the State Ire made the season at my atables last j aiailsflue crop of colts re test ittJonIaltO his merit tk iLbrcadci JR Birdwill make the season of 1908 at i20to IBMHP a IJTteff oak I and will be limited to 50 mares Owners desiri f t4f HftfL te kk horse should book their mares early I Bouncing Gowiaaghtf r Nx 15272 Uacknc Stallion Jlk3 hands a baut1fu1 chestnut aoraell with 1three fiIitroI horses The stud fee for th Hckaey Hotse lrttlrb i 30oa ttt insure a living JI1 4 t j f IrSURsic r 1l l I bgtdIt st I Iwill also stand my Na tunic jjack BUT OsOsi q ttrmz aslas teasOIII 10 ol aJDare mre an ell I CQdtS Paities linIrestetLi fine pt SM iivdlsiiy muted rij to visit tay stubl fti IahS ifrJGroaids Mid Ine ect m jhQrds L 4 L8Liu fVLLI HD1 IPneumoniak