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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i 1 J1l1I I PIjri T I 11111 liliJlLi if i 1 iiii SE1K XV NO 14 SPRINGFIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 2 1908 jlOOPE YE J jRf F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTtjfc Oftc over 1Iyio k Barber JVn lw rkjiitr9 prices lXiwkfiiftriintefed S RINGFJEW KY J 118 SPJUWGllJIvB coiity set pf- WmriiUfW iJMtmtySl wiles south t ot J41ol 9 aiilet from cLanirrilVf r B rdttow branch oi io Uka4 XsAkville iaflroadn 1 l r Iu aad aericthlrd district Tabs WeZk and tel pl1o e bus sprS ccJlCHUij1slam r ki aU11 population of iy1SL R pc enUtiTe In Coaftcst HOB Beis Jei wi iwrdstowa Xy aepcstatiye in Xeutucky Lgi atux Ron Wi 0 McChord ettCttiyC in State Senate HQI Gr1a 1s xnpbethV1lIeKYe 43LiCf 1LtCtGJb t 6ERCUIT COURT Circ itCo ftb ffias oa the fourt- hitoay I Eeaar7MaYjnd Octo- bsc9 IJL jlaraJacig It It Puthali4 CoMMO wealth At tR y 5RQJ NoeC1erk4 4 JIG LCkJdJlatcrCo fS ICS tl QUART RLY COURT QaarU1Jy Court is held on the thtrd ifoadsiy in each Month B I4 Wtsey Judge COUNTY 4Coaty Court meets on the fourth r tfomday U ectI mouth lS L Litsey Judge 1fp1fr Booker County Clerk TS ayes9bunty tGeorge Catlett Jailer Sxiaey OtibQrir e Sheriif a5amA derio i Didklsham BerbeiiE ldkm tepsti tdMzsteri Ja M R iipore Copty SurvepII T POBrya Assessor WIT Jiitcheli Deputy ltobertJfoe easurCr rx Montgoiery Coroner JW Busb Supt of Common ootl 20 priBllfll v JCTT COURT 3aesR Noe Police Judge f John5 5racielMirshal 1VFGrJ sb City Attorney- rtJSTiCCOURT Jiutlce Comrts are held in J nuB pri1IJ1lT amdiOctolier a Church Directory v METHODIST CHTrRCH 7 SRey GW LpDPast9rSar rice oithe Pirstand Third SuudaTS In each Moatfcratll a m and 73ff pm SIlda ySchool every Sunday at 10am Prayer J mteHjj every Wcd esday agkt tr CATHQLICICHURCH eV1 1 Hennessav Pastor Ser YiCH Tert Smaday at 8 and 10 oclock mla Services iat St Rose same hours t PUSBTTRTh11 CHURCH t Bey BEo tCI Lawson Pastor PrJaIJICryStilnday at 11 am dat7 pm iSMday Bchooleyery IM jTtt inaa Pray njeetlxi urVirrsi TcmiHc at 7 ooJoci XB PTiST CHURCH jRer WafHarriion Williams Pastor Preaching eti Sunday at 1J am 4and 746pa Sunday School every S dayat9 0 raa Prayer meeting every T dTjereuinff at 745 oclock CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WF Rogers Pastpr Ser vices first and fourth Sunday Sunday t930am j i t FrteriIOrders 5ASOX1C IODbs Springfield Ibdgt 0 SO jBiwsts firitand third Monday i ack Moatki Wuhuisrtonk A Chapter No 57 etaeTery coaa1Ue Y riajfleW Cbt ncii 4tp 52 meets or- eJT toirtkuInda JLxtcxxs oTAX M xclntxs Meet nit Vu 11 f in each mr Kodoior IndigesiojOar i LId1rdtw dIks15 rJeo bottta k JuOtl Jt has KdI u= aotS IIMI arIt1 ac=L ileJ T JWIWi t i- si rd s e aafYoulatAnC uRED w J fwI 77W tTHEf c NEWS=LI3AD13R i K NEW VOL Attorney i ril hiWro OOfihwm I OBSERVATIONS l MM l gm VFy O TAKE A HAND If a per vJL si tent rumor which comes from Frankiort is to be credited GOY Wnisouis kTt ktia hpnd against the nightriding marau1 theprerent1tIme ownjwaycareer of bloodshed and terror wjth but slight interference It is said that Gov Willson has in his possession information which will lead to the arrest of the leader of this band of night riders and two of his lieutenants Tf the report proves true and the Itader of this marauding band of midnight assassinsis disclosed Lmuoh will be accomplished tq wards the suppression of the night riders That these night riding depredations have been under the direction of a master mind has been evident frotn the fist Some genius with a igift of generalship has given his orders and able lieutenants Have carried out them at a great cost to life and property throughput the tobacco growing district With a few responsible men un derarrest with jnvtction staring them in the face the good people of the state will feel relieved and the struggling tobacco grower who is now living in constant dread of violenee at the hands of some masked marauders 5eatheeasier We trust that if any disclok re made the expose will be complete The public has a great curiosity tojearn just who is responsible fori all this business f T IANTING BEES Although L a great many of the tobacco growers of Wasliingtoii county haye decidtocut out thj crop for 1908 and others are still undecided there is a good poportion which arq going head quietly and are sos ing their seed beds Many who hive planted beds say they are undecided as yet whether they put out a crop but want to be ready in cake they decide for a crop In many cases the grower simply waiting the next move of the night riders and although they dont say sit they are sim ply awaiting to see if they will b permitted to grow a crop Many have abandoned the idei otg rowing a crop simply because they dnbwant to live in con stant dr doZl haying their properjiy destrby d by night riders t rJr lCOOD WPRK The cdmmit 9C tee oficoucty officials who wen to Frankfort last week to protest against the raise proposed by the State Board of Equalization 0 n Washington cOunta assessment did good work They succeeded in get ting the board to take off five cents cf the ten cents raise on farm lands and personal property and to take aUof the ten cents raise ontown lots The increase intbe vaiuatidn is plainly uo warranted at this tine as real estate in the county this year owing oothR tobaco troubles and rent financial panic is de cidedly off Thegentleoaen who waited on the Board at Frank fort are Coanty Jude B D Litsey County Attorney T S Robt1jNoe quicklyloosenCure And it is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers1 to use nothing else even for very young babies The wholesome green leaves heallngniountalns CoughCurethe sensitive bronchial membranes nothingharshDej- r ptherRedJ WiIIisbmng c Mr Tom Brown and wife ot raryiew spent Tuesday with Mr J Mr Brown t jkcQr Trent visited rel- LLaesdayatiyliiSpiiinjgfieldi Mr QilBtt Cheser of Sav de tyi vfci in our town Monday Mr Fred utBrland qf Lou daystithi f Mr E W SmitiT li dMiSS Mat ie Brown visitfd relatives Kirkland this week Mr A L Litsey was here Tuesday buying stock Mr Walter BarwJey atd1 Grant Scrogham of Ashbrook attended the sle of Mr Ether iington Saturday t There was a large crowd attended tbe sale lot Mrs Birch Tuesday Mrs Burton Mrs A B Wells and Mrs Jt K Weis spent Tuesday with Mrs Jerome Colvin Mrs SaBle Reed has returned home after al lew weeks visit with relative here Mr Edd Sutherland and Mr Brady of Hirrodsborg spent sunday with friend here Mrs Lull Birch and Miss theIrslsSTATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLKDOT 1ssLUCAS COUNTY j Frank Chenoy makes oath that he is senior pat tner of thefirm of K J Cheney Cot doing busirfcss in the city of Toledo county and state aforaici1 and that said firm zill pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LIARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Datarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before Die and subscribed- in my presence this 6th day of December A D W GLEASON SEAl NOTARY IUBUC Halls Catarrh Cure ista en iiu1- rndaCtsdrecton the blood and muco us strfaces of the syi teta Send fer test monials free FJCHENEY C01ToledoO Sole by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills fos constipation Agents Wanted 16x20 crayon portraits4rcents frame 10 cents aud up sheet pictures one cent ach 1 ou can make 400 percent profit or 3600 per week Catalogue anci samples free OPJRANK W WILLIAMS 1208 W Taylor St Chicago Ill Well Merited Promotion Mr P R Bright the capable and accommodating manager of the Uumberlandj Telephone Telegraph Om any at tnis place has received a deserved promo ComIpany 3uperin1endent Louisville and Lexington Divis- Ion Mr Bright who has been in chacgfc of the local plant for a littJe over a year has njade many tvrm 1iiends by his uni iform courtesyxyho while much pleased tto hearThfpromotim will rehret to leariithat his duties will keep him awayfrom Shelby ville much of the tiuue His family remain here for the present and Shelbyville yili con tinue to be his home Shelby News L Bud James Driving 1I HarIrodsburgMJ last week and reports his show- stringhs paving wintered well Harrodsburg Belle is stronger dnerrand a muuli laster mare ban lost ear This lady has a world of sp el find 10 see Bud team hers round those small I We Trust Doctors v If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de- bilitys nervousness exhaus tion youshould begin at once with Ayers Sarjsaparilla tthe arsaparila you hav known ail your life YourS doctor knows it too Askhimajoutit TJnlMs therefS AallracUon of the botnjli poisonous producta Ire aorbed causIigjicad acbe btltouseas nauiea dyspepsia thUd preTBiitlnc the Sartaparlll a rom doing Iti bet work Avert UlJ are ltyer pUts Act tentJI alt vegetable iiMade bYt Ayer Co Lowell IIu A Also nufkoturcr of tlijershAIR ViGORII W haw na iecroti I We pubU tho forjanjtl ofall pur jnedicine bull rings at the county fairs is u sjght worth going miles to witness Matt Cohen says that be is the safest and wildest IHIndianhegested to the judges v last year that they make him hitch to a bicycle tin the future instead of aroadwagon says he never theIgrcuijd atone time and byre7 moving the other two it would kinder open up a hole for the liuiidories to crawl intoEx LRemember that when the Stomach rierve ail for ve Ken Dyspepsia or ID Jigrefition must always follow But strengthen these same weak nside nerves withDr Shoops Restorative and then fee how qfiickly health will afiram return Weak Heart and Kidnaj nerves can also be strength end 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 cause ofthese ailments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell Red Cross Drugstore NOTICE Hoi ice is hereby given thatall business andO professional licenses of oersons doing Business in Springfield will expire April 1 1908 Per sons desiring to renew tbeir license should apply to Mr F B Noe City Clerk at his office in the Peoples Bank Building Under the ordinances it is the duty of persons desiring license to apply for same and not wait to be notified as a penalty at t for aeh daytbat any business 10 conducted without license MayorIA big eut or a little cut small scratches er bruises or big ones are healed quickly by DeWitts Carbol ized Witch Hazel Salve It is espec ially good for piles Get DeWitts Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Valley Hill Mr Editor It fias been a long time since I saw a letter from ValeyRill in your paper for the last aIX- munthsthey have been few and far between Now perhaps some ofybur readers have never seen Valley Hill Don know whereit iisjltsbould never dawn upon you th fValley Hillfs u Godforsaken plice While it is not as big as Spring eld nor quite as big as Louisville it is a grand old place- It nesfles ina beautiful valley Surrounded by grand fqrrest But v4th all its beauties I am ashamed to say that there is a stain that rest upon our little town that shall long be remembered Prhapsspmn more than forty years ago before the pea tIel were as good as they are today it was not far fcom Va bPjrforrbPjr them down upon the long Slip Aqdagaihere On this very spot ohan righthourdouble barrel shotgun was heard as fast as the triggers could be pulled Ijy the night riders No Mr Editor as I residin Val ey Bill I want to StY that I want your readers to know or think as I think that the night riders were tnot from Valley Hill or even from AVishiagtou cC ntyj I thiuk that the mut have eoine ft om away upyondefv from some of those Aildwnd wooly c unties where the wijci cats still roam the foreSt whlrelhe gobblingof the wild turkey and the squall ofthe Ingin can still be heard Now my gentle read ej s I did nut mean to strike at anyone with harsh words nor bitter feelihgs but hope and trust that it jH all over and that vve cau once more peacefully sleep beneath our sheltering roofs is my fervtent prayer We must look on the bright side keep in a good huiDjrand if we cant raise bacoo we can raise water IDiioGSi sweet taters and catch possoms that will bn best of livingtI 4 w T MeElroy and H M Gruudy passed through our tqs n Sunday on their way to Bipom field1 Coleman Janes cf Texas was inValley Hill Saturday Coiit nued ou pjge SL ECHT GROVE BUDGET IB Some Interesting Items and Observations Ijfrom Our Owing to the sickness oflf Bro Walker Bro F M Fur of near Perry nlle who is engaged in stirring up the church in re gard to misshns filled his pulpit HI gave an interesting explanation of a chart which was divided into districts representing the Kentucky conference jPut one third of Kentucky His subject as Methodism in the kingdom cf Sod Among other things the preacher said Christians to maintain their jplace must respond to the call of God A lazy person cannot be a Christian A hard task to make a speech to be excused from duty True test of charac ter is farting tq do wlien we hav an opportunity They that will notuso1 shall not have Churches that fail to occupy forGod have opportunities tiin away Dark ness at the crucifixtion is typcal of spiritual darkness of the people Christ dfciples had spiit ual eclipse at his death The Ihi f saw beyond thatdarkness a newlife The great commission takes away the ocean apd embraces all mankind Kentuckians will not be driven at the point of the bayonet but lIt ave to God to settle the tobacco question dnight raiders Quarterly meeting at Antioch next Saturday and Sunday The prospect for wheat and rje fairly good We are cieditably jtlittttlie pros pect for ihese cereals in v Ie is better than it nas been for years Farmers are easy about a tobacco crop but are sowing theiri buds Ths prospective crop will be below that of last year iDerest1inridbrsI corrupt politics trusts and combines to me eta i- iupto dae D nel Boone one who is modernin his method of hunting trapping and wood craft and out of door life odeJ who knows the waj s of the shy old animalsfand 8n The home of this oldhunter is in thjf extreme Eastern part of finalandt of those tall Deep Creek hilts where the watershed divides tht waters of Chaplin from that of Beichwher one can see a portion of three counties while away to the South may be seen rugged peaks which stand as a granite wall dividing that interesting country called the Knobs from the Biue Grassland Our modern Boone is from la lqng line of hunters his great grand la her on his maternal side was in Harrods fort as early as 1778 Red one of Ken tuckys early hunters So we need not be astonished if he tells us that in eleven years he killed six red and eight gray foxes three of this number last winter one 6f which was wouuded on the edge of the historic Perry vil e battle field and tracked into and killed in a culvert but no pole could be found in the goodly land of Boyle long enough to twist rey nard ojit so the hun CloaksSuits Waists Skirts p Departaeits Silks and VelTcts Black DieM Colored Dress Goodi Ribbons Women Neckwear Handkerchief LaceeantE- mbroideries f Notions Linings Trimmings Wash Goode Flannels and Dora stlcs MenaPuhilsblnggArt Pyrography China and Glassware Knit Underwear XuliA Underwear Etc 7 Carpets Draperiesand Furniture 2 YARDS FOR ter was compelled to come back to his native bills to secure the needed dB had his traps s t from Christmas mt j March having caught in all 43 animal for which he realzed 30 Among this number was whan fur traders call a cotton mink It is a dis tinct speciewith undei fur as white as cotton bence the name He tells pf a small red ebon caught by his boys this winte the third one he ever saw though this color is only a freak of nature and not a distinct kind Probably It is not generally known that this animal is con fined to North and SouilirAmeri ca with only fourspecies Our trapper has a novel way byj which he takes thnse animas It is well known that they love to fish and follow water courses sp Ke takes advantage ptthis proclivity by placing a tempora ry obstruction of brush sucks etc across the stream Ut some iffle maKing it look as natural as possible yet lleaving an open ngnear the center Jjarge enough for the animal toeasiTvp1ss through in this dcor traps are set thus compelling Mr Coon to pass over them which if property arranged iis most sure to get him Afterhe found out this way he aidJCoon3 sonbegan o get scarce Mr Green Nichols has an American spelling book by Noah Webster published at Lexing tone Ky in 1820 aso the Chris tian Almanac for Ky of 24 pagespuottshed at thin same place in 1832 arid a Western Farmers Almanao published at Louisville in 1859 V- On the 19th through the dis tant smoke and gloom hat inter oned one of our neighbor onkhearl fltdihatgeese that were making theIr way toward their Northern home One day1ast week as one of young ladies was going to a nearby house the familiar sound of a turkey ball was heard On Jook around a buzzard was een circling over the hill which carried the belJf Sometimes it seems as irnature loves to step aside from her usual course and make anDi usual growth Such a freak may be seen on the farm of Mr beadIshape of a beech tree or trees with distinct roots and two sep rate trunks for some six feet above the ground between which a man can easily pass It reminds one of a stQve pipe inser ted jnto a flue which has grown finely together The tree which receives this extra trunk is straight and tall and some 20 inches through the other one is smaller and the oldest inhabitants can remember when it too had a trunk but both are slowly dying above the elbow The iinquirers mind would ask how KrowthiWewero very small a litcb of one fell into the fork of the other and thus united In company with Bishop Key we recently spent awhvle with our pld frtendsr and neighbors Mr William Gt Yankey and wife near Stewart Mercer FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale 6ee4a Can be Obtataed h17 HHTMH I MV Mail Order DepwtaiMit Special This Week lOc Chambray special For One Weekt 17c I This is a manchester plain chambray and i 110 be had in green grey lavender brown buff and tan just for one week can you it at the speciall price twoyardsforif17ajpaso 33334W Market Street LOUIS1Z KY fit FEEW wffl Mad to njrMM Hvfac out of l wa who Mad oa thr wun prJaddnlll The lMU Home Jotmal SQkJlMk oncearnonth for oaeyear free of cIarg- sI Dress Goods SilksDress Trimmings PepartaeaUv Siipbery Mss CarMtI at Teiet try 1kiets BUhig Ubrflu did Paratou klrt Waitte Md hrI TilMiti WW JMtMr 1eyt TrHLess s aMDzwsMtsN j t tflS SijBSRI7 WASHINGTON DIRECTORY Correspondent ENCLANDSAYS NO ALUM IN FOOD J andstrictly prohibits i thsale of alum baking powder So doesFranceIIj So does Germany Thesa1eoffoocf oIJI iii1juro fTo protect yourself against aiwhen ordenng nipowderi Sayplainfo I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal 104 i Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal j 1 Cream of fradd to th thy adsomeness of the food J I tftJ acounty We foujid them as well as usual Mr Yankey is STirginiastock fI i his father Mikie Yanlcey WAS born iin itht tatli ii iscca Mklea father Mercer county and built thEr IStoneheus its it is called tOlr Wes Boyle on November 22 1827 on What was afterwards knovn s ihe PerryviJl battlefield Few orrons wtfeioyer born on that historicalJsppt HeIs the oldest of thirteen children His father who afterwards became a wel- lItddo farmer and did July 20 1IaI ct r e 1877Wasbin e ton county William was only a child He presentwifdlune member of the M Uiodist church a christian and a good quiet citi zen and the oldest man in the comlI1nnity coptinepl tism tK LD0 If you irpuid likto fool som wIns Coffee rtic who knows fine Coffee on taste and jtlavor II quietly make for him a batch of Pr ghopps Health Jfdeceivedlieve e argrain nil real Coffee in it Health COffee is made from pure toasted grains malt nuts etc Made in a no 20 to 30 minutes boilIng IK pqund 25c For J sale by McElrOy Shader fi IBigH6teI y x Mr F W Luckie caiminj to be the special represent t veof the Queen Crescent Rouie fir rived Vn Danville Wednesday eveningffbm Jacksonviite en the Florida LLimited H e sught out Mr J Beecher Adams the golden tongued reell estate agent and informed that gentleman thatthe railway people desired to purchase a Ait near the Danyille depot for a monster hotel to be erected and equipped at an expense of 50CV000 The reat estate man snowed huh a number of places that could be purchased but the Swope property on the Perry ville nike seemed Th have pleas ed bhn most QjinvillQ Ad y cate 10000 Raid by Dr ShOop 3p any recent case of Gripp or acute Cold that a 2o cent box of Preventics will not break How is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets PreventiCs is certainly tnplete Its a SJOO against 25 centspretty big odds Anti Preventic remelfJber- contahis no quinine no laxative lnPliothingneu monia would uever appear if early colds wire always broken Safe and1 sure for feverish children 48Preven tics 25c Firit Otitbreak l it 4 r Although several warn1is ihaabeen recivedly differeai people who coutemplStted rat mg tobacccrr urgirig them to c out the 1908 prop the firatoveri act of lawiessness in Mer ti county was onAed Taeediy night when the tobacco bed of B drifig Cart pft Judjge ft P j Roach s placel two miles ropa toWtpn the Bhakerttfwn plUe irnpetelyas diojeL1QajrrI t iIS I fX F1 i tiilL JOttt fj J1 rt4In ii2v i 4 1 = It r had contract wIth JeIto raise three iicra of ksecs and after the Ubyce trbsSopened up the latter left it with Mr Carr as to whether ie W hcco8hoDlt be grown or r ias MCarr Wq Epectei put in a crop of wtrapijtold Judge Roach tbai4DIet loconflict aod L q fftold Carr to go aheft ISS be decidedto put in the three aeHfc saying that he wa a po6r mur tand he did tfot beliere1 any oW wbaldNdo hiaaany hsrillor age ihe bed warn ia JY ethe Lexinto pikesadll lvagli al04ttbLII theoutlawgred j mad bull Mr Carr Ja a poor man and hits eight lAUdrea tin youngest about a week old and 4thei great help to hhli arid We are t told that when be view d the t wreck of his once proGatAJaf plahtrbed thje tetra HmWiiek do wed Judge B6acfaV lai jearsi crop is pooled Two warnings to cut out UM 1 8crop were left pntthe bed HiU- rrodsburg Herald J The Kidney aVfc delicate ad ie L 11JjaoyPitts Kidney and BlvcUcr Pilfc prompt and thoroaf and will ia at f very 1hort time StrtBftfce tl the weak neddneya an4 allay wwt r arising fro inftaal o of tIM bet for Sold by the Red Cm Ds stord SSit7 F1ardest Schos1kews irc 5 I am glad to tell jjm o r faft ffrheyingand tworkt intereetdjn f4111 iJlMHDK s6ehaB S5Therelret HriQiuelT 2of his deth Ife exieiii 4dqlenceto the beMft vd om 5wMraT J Trejii aad cbM returned uoml Moodajr fl r A pleasant visit with hr da fW rr J it Mrs Mary Crow oLLojIk i1 f MiLutherBrjOwadajS it h Miss fexie were ia Bprief d Saturday aboppin jf + l Wehwri asctooi b4iaJ- aunt man talktoy dayabouiaenyofthslafer 1era getting married a rf l uA he wished the MU AM otf tbem wopld xit ma ri be with IW rest l We thick tteia afood cbncfotfos Mr t a Mu Ofa h pszobja new rubber tiwiS Mr Chrii rr JiJchinVd CMM lyev viiONL4- lrl tcqt tt oetIezI Is o 4INMC5I S Tut wtllbMWcaps wu1 a aUtnoW tfcat wer Is iess Isds Laieiit and the 1rl 1 taid- RkehIRlatalm t fiU ye 1t4 aprywacolt GIysdckaI per 1 flMCtaejit rli f from rh omati B aSS aia Imiqe back sad all yMSS SpWby tfcelUCfos Ekig StON EULETS r c t r s f ri = tr4 1L T wT4 lilt NEWSLEADER JmIr aP4S it PIJL ICY L L DAVISON Jr j T1 APR 2 I9Q6 L i For Cosigrw c V We arfc muthorized to announce t I NJiiKJOHNisON as a candidate j fort iilato Congress from this tbe Foartk Co frewlonal District 1ubject1 to tSe action of the Democratic tJT5r s A emitter YiB ting of the ihiMlMe fbiiKffVw county is Itoa4e bjr the FrAiiidentof the Law aI Onter Ltafae of Was fj in too wmnty tp be held at ttie Qo trtJINW h reoaneztSatur crday aftfoiooai Every man who hu tbs welfare of the county al iMart awl who desire to uphold few ant peace against the iw ao6bfth law breaker which k stallbvic abroad in the shape Iottbs miftft riding bands of ma r attend thisJ vriatr should 4iiiIet4t be known that if tl f ht will take A standrin i9 opposi J t o5to all such lawlessness k ir1iGood speakers w1 be on hand JI V and tiMT meeting sh9iild be a roiaiigcns We ptibliiG this we k the an r BOttc tteat of Bon Ben John I1Wboa a candidate for Con ire Irb the Fourth district tMbject to the action of the IDsHnocratic patty Ifr John jtoiik tyiing his first term ia fcM HalioMl house and has i ilv mlrttdy beeElheard from on a moAbtr of occasions Be de t t Sury and doubtless will be 1jiigW the nomination Qfbis 4i party without opposition j MrSL Bowen of Wayne W Va miles I was a sufferer from v kklaey disease io that at time j CMi4 noifgitt out of bed an4 when r 441 cofridaq t stand straight I took Faleya KidHeytCttr One dollar Witie aM partgKJKthe second cured VraM etire1yT Foleys Kij-Cure worku wonders w erOIu are total falluressoIbRe4 Crjo 6 Drur Si 11 h Harding tifiapel s +Mrs Lee Hiaft and two children Alice and Eail spent Srtt urday and Sunday with Mrs Bad Coffee neat Texas Misses Nary Lanham and HattieLogsdon iwere the pleas L ant guests of Miss Adray Canary one night last Week Jbliaaes Susie Fcnwick and jj sister Nina were in Fenwick Friday Mrr Howard Rollins of Riley Station was the pleasant guest of his fatherin law N r G W i Cocanoagher Wednesday aLd Thursdayct Mr George Warren and dau flittr Addie of Perryvile spent Thursday and Friday with 4SIMr Kqbert Milton aiisai Adray Canary was in Sung5day Mrs Susie Fenwick and troth f Ser Edward spent SundaY with theiraunt Mrs Nannie Pen Fenwickt The farmers in this section 5are busy dong their Sprin plowing i y JBali lbtlt ID WniiKlii- wopld have many contestants but itstMtfeto eay that the healthiest bal y W Hlldin the prize No baby earn fee healthy that suffers with wonas and most babes do nleSI theyare kept free from them with i Whites cr nn vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own pmI pitive Mothers dont attempt toI rriee children wihout Whites cream t if p yer ifuge Erice 25 cents Sold by ijtke Red OrOd DroStore pfjP i2i Valley Hill l Continued from page 1 y Ki Pearl Goatley baa re F trd from Indiana where she bMbtttMYisitingMn and Mrs qSa Doty Mr Elwfcrda pf Louisville li Viaitimf hiiaoB nlaw Mr W f 5n1 BKwnw t 3ifrlfA Mcllvoj ofllinofsj- whq bs e IiVIStiIf g Mril 0- if f1 incr retarned horns baturday t Frwik ONeale after enjoying AfJ lapX ill return to bririjitteL is N riilroad f L MPri Fte r Qfindy has soil tot t ifr Coiw p Jl1 e lot of Walnut r1wh will be shipped to Df 1MI1iof J t f been quiJe for some time is much improved Miss Miranda Tucker will start soon for Oklahoma where she expects to remain for a year with her brother Dr John Strange Wright are doing a striving business in the way of blacksmithing and wood work If anyone ants a firstclass jcb give them a call Tatum Grundy have just received a car load of up todate buggies and stylish runabouts Ayone wishing to buy will dO well to give tbema call before purchasingelsewhereNIGHTR1D rurH B WC1hOf HaYlla1ca1 liflcqmmettds C8n131a1lls- Coiiit RcillY tfAs long aio as I can remember mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never in my life Have I real ized its true value until now vritesProf H AHowellof Howells American School Havana Cuba ClOO the night of February 3rd Our baby was tacen sick with a yery severe cold the next day was worse and the following night hiz condition was eosperate He conl not lie down and it Was necessary to Jiavc him in the arms every moment Even then his bieathing was difficult I did not think ne would live unt morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which ve gave and jJtjgave prompt relief and now three days later he has full recovered Under the circumstances I would not hesitate a moment in saying tba Chamberlains Cou Remedy and that only sajed the life of our dear little boy For sale by Haydou Robertson MOOR SVILLE Mr Loyd Yates has returned irom a visit to friends in Lou s ville Mr Joe Settles is confined to his room with rheumatism Mrs TeaS Hardin and children haveCifeturned home after spend 1andMr Mark Hardin of Blcom tield was here Tuesday on busi ness Mesdames Jeff Smith and James Wall spent Wednesday iii BardstownrLLvuflnTnimily TThe infant son of Mr Edd Yocum who hac hpen dangerous ly ill of pneumonia is some betterMr Silar Armstrong and little daughter of Hardin county has be envisitingf friends here the past week 0 Mr Edd Mayfeld and children of Frederickstowii spent Mon day with Mr Jeff Smith dad family Miss Miggie Smithj has re turned home from Bardstown after spending a week with Mr Edd Bobliitandfatpily 1 Miss Dessie weekley has re turned to Grdenbnar after spending a week with Tier pareuts Mr and Mrs Wells and dau ghter Verna of ijatham Spring Mrs Bell IynProf Pullfam and Miss Clara i4 rdon of Wil lisburg visited ilr Ed Yocum and family last week A Kracto iija man who cant see good in any person or thing tts a habit caused by a disordered liver If vou find that you are begin ng to see things through blue spec acles treat your liver to a good clening out process with Ballards Hrr line A sure cure for constipation wsoepsia indiges tion sick headache biliousness all lver stomach and bowel trouble Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store AsAdvurtised- j a b ttle of Chamber1 laias Colic Oholara and Diarrhoea Remedy aud founc tii lobe all claimed for ifin the ertisemeht Three of the lamlly iiaye used it with good results in summer omplaintsHE iHowe publishers of the Press I igh rand VJtf olddy Haydn Sob on JIB Tick Creek Chas Hall the local trade of this place ebM three calves for 35 and four hogs for 20 to Mr Dick Hendren of near Mack ille and purchased two hogs tbd same day of Steve Smith for oociS I iMr Tom Bugg sold atI lack mare to Wm Arnold of M ick yule fqr 175IFrank Haydon Jr sold bis crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Co of Lebanon for 11 cqnts5IMrs George Bratton is erect lug ti new stock bt i oti his place and has it nlaost bom pleted J Mr Fyank iBajdpn on Pern Hill was surprised by avfeiWvOf L J a i 5Si Jr1l jfIiI- p = i I L1IIIp As usualwe are offering to the trade an uptodate and comp1et line of I will at once recognize as being low We invite you to come to seeusand we believe Spring Goods and have made prices that the prices quoted below you will after you haveiven aiatteztion bliyerII= Dress Goods lij 1 For Plain and Fancy Voils worth 1i 251 100 For Drape Cloth worth H 1 25 1 00 bor Alt Wool Diagonals worth135I 50 For 42in Albatros worth7550 For 40in Vqils worth l 5 50 For 40in Serge worth 5 65 50 For 44 in Mohair worth 7 1 125 For black Alurous Voils worth i jj I 90 For 54 inch black Sicillias tworth12 1I Gloves 1io 20 inchblack and white Silk Gloves 15J1 S 20 inch black white and tan Lise Gloves S r16 inch black and whiteSilk Gloves 1001g 2 clasp donble tip Silk Gloves In I 2 clasp Silk Taffeta Gl vps v 50 16 button black and colored kid gloves 12 faction colored kid gloves IIHope Cotton Lv Masonville Cotton lOc Good 36 inch Bleached 8c I Best Celicos Sc Ginghams Tic 11BesWheckU Lace Curtains at 20050c 75c 5125 II and up to 6 per pair I l f his best friends giving him quite a treat to music Me George Bugg visited his brother Lem Bugg of Deep Creek Saturday and Sunday MrW L feBTnph made a tng rVtO Cornishville Sun day i Otis Milton sold a cow to Henry Stump of Sunnyside for S3250 tBen Bugg andwife spsnt Sun day at the home of S T Sfnmp Those on the sick list this week are S T Stump and Mrs Marcus Lawrence Miss GebrgiCocanougher of Long Run has returned home aftera pleasant visit to the Misses Lawrence To have perfect haaljy we must have prfectdigestion and it is very important not to permit of any delay the moment the stomach feels out of order Rake something at once that you know will promptly and unfail ingly assist digestion There Is noth 1ftg better than Kodolfor dyspepsia indigestion sonr stomach belcbibg of gas and neryous headacha Kodol k y natural digestant and will digest what you eat Sold by the Red Gross Dr g Store A Card Thisis to certify that all druggists are anthorizedro refund your money If Foleys Honey apd Tar fail to cure your cpugh or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and coBsumpiion Contains no opiates The is in a yel low package Rsfuse uubstitu tes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store FrSale One gooi secondhand buggy lOne new hand made buggy Pientv of buggy trimmings of all kinds OIl hand 3t WBB0NDI j 14 Piinne a weeK at least is what a young baby ought to gain In weight Does yuurs If not there is something wrong with Its digestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining a once Cures stomach and bowel trot bles aids digestion stops fretfulnets good for teething babie Price 2Sc and saC Sold by the Red cross Drug Slore Eggs Eggs Eggs 1 Per sale from pura bred S C B j Leghorn stock Price l 0- 0for15Qrl50 for30 MRS L N REED RFDNp3 When offensive breath is due to catarrh the usual causp breathe Hyomei Kills all catarrhal germs so that the breath becomes sweet as a babes jAHyomei i oulfit costs 100 if iif helps nothing if iit fails Red Gross Dfug Store O r EmbroideriesiI in great variety Match sets in Japohet and Nainsook Embroideries T Shoes are showing the most upto date line of Mens fine Shoes we have ever shown J Floerahtim Cofc Patent Metall DouglasCoKrippendorfDittman Cos fine shoes for women patent and tan and buttons Patent tali and blk Coza Kid Oxford and fancy ties You should inspect our stock of before buing r I DUNCThNL genuine Shoes 6IJohn Stevenson and George Moul dine the home of J W Hays Tueday Clackie Gordon of Rock bridge is visiting her uncles Yocum brothers Mrs RJ Cull Lucy 1 Ann Moore were inI Springfield Tuesday shopping v School closed here FridaV We had a fine school taugh by Miss Jennie Logsdpn Mr Lonnie Linton has gone to Springfield Ill to make h is futuie home Mrs L iJ Carney arid r children visited her parents sat Pplin Saturday and unday Misses Sallie Hendren Efiie Garden and Ethel Scott yisitied Oampgrounds Carney was the guest f Nancy Moore Sunday ofI ViSitledSunday Mr Johnie Williams Has a yery baby Robert Hays rpent Sunday with Willie Carney I Lms Soider Wecther resulting from a sp rain or from rheumatic pains there is nothing so good lame shoulder as Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply itt treely and rub the parts vinorousy at each application anda quick is certain Sold by Haydon Robert Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to considered that only y and bladder troubles to be traced to the science but now kiduevsI nearly diseases beginningins these most important The kidneys filter 10001thatTherefore w en your kidueysafe weak or of order you can understand how quickly your is affected and how every organ seems to fait to do its r dutiIiire sick 01c feel badly begin DrjKi1mersiDrj take by first doctoring your kidneys ctoflDrkidney remedy as soon realized It stands OIC highest for its wonderful cures of tue most distressing cases and is soldJon its merits by druggisUj in fiftycent and onedollar size ill bottles You mayI 5rapRoctbyhow to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this Binghamton SwampRootDrdress N every bOtlet Goqds25c 4035cg50c9gc for 90 in Linen Sheeting worth 7 2535cSOf for Embroidered Swisses 50 7520c7550c3517cto I 351 Swiss We in Gun 350 in bats in at Blld aunt Ora sick rota cur son 1k nrinaf were all organs out entire body all paper Bihgharnton Yon = flIDark bay 153 hands fine style speed and action Thrpe years old This colt is a son of the great Onward Silver for rmerly owned by J L Druien of Bardstown and winner of the Transylvania stakes at Lrxing ton arid with a record bf a mile in 2061 and two miles in 4 28t Onward Silver was spld for 21000 and was taken to Italy Onward Silver is a son of On ward 1141 record 2 25i and the sire ofnine performers with records ofjfrom 205 to 210 andI the sire or the dams of 13 with records of 214 and better On ward is a son of George Wilkes 222 and out of Sylviau Maid byr Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 207 ICol John Is dam is Kate Ktte Hundley sired by Nab thll 1898 son of Walsingham by Geo Wilkes Kate Hun leys first dam was Helen H dam of Claret 228 by Metropolitan sen cf Humbletonian 10 and felt brther to Rienna Vicorio dam of EuI did 219and Princeton 226 Riena Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerrans sale Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of Worry 223 by Gills Vermont sire of Booner Boy 223 arid daihs of 13 in 230 or better alto sire of the dam oft Gambetta Wilkes 219Jvsire of Eyelet 2OG Gninette 204 Lottie Lorin 2051 and seventy five others better than 230 Third dam Miss Anderson by Garrard Chief Col John i will make the present season at I5 To Insure a Living oltj IJ Lord Bacon Is a filack Jock 151 hands fine I bone and musclr Fe iis by Dick Parrolts Jac he by Letchets Jack be by Governor od5 he ls out of a tine Jernett by Gov ernor und her dam by old Black Hawk So ou could not finer breeding He will make the season at 10 For Mare and 8 For Horse Colt Parties barring mares to brted are invited to call at my stibUs 2 1 miles East of Springfie d on the Springfield on the Spring field and Perr villepke and see my stock Care will be taken to avoid accidents but will not be responsible should any occur it Lein retained on all colts until J season is paid and money duelj when colt is foaled or mare is parted with or bred elsewhe- reRHEDELEN seNUttle J harnUflti oHIc c t S7 00 Silk Petticoats I 500 S3 00 leather Bloom Skirt 2002 g Jn y we m them 1200 ROLLS WALL in T I t 1 I 7 II CO SSWest Main Street 9th I Best City 1 I Best Mad Your MAIN f ForBids Pursuant to an ordinance passed bv the Citv Council of the City of Springfield Iyatthe regular meeting in March we the committee willon Thursday 9 1908 at 2 oclock pm or receive sealed bids for repairin and improving High Street fro Walnut Street extending East to the City limits bpec tica tions will be furnished prbspe tive bidders on application Tl Committee will meet at the office of City Attorney W F Grigsby CT LoGSPpN 0 F WHARTON AND M Two of tbd tojt and mot popular breeds Bred very best strains Eggs 11 Satisfaction guaranteed Mrs 0 R CLEMENTS rr No5 KyIPhone 175 2 shorts i long Poetry at a Discount What chance has a p etin these add if so ke Isa very fortunate man j I But 1000 copies will bring him only 60 and that Is the I lea London The Rest Is Easy J To cure dyspepsia First give away your chafing dish Someryille Journajl j t ity Longfellow t 1I111 trwiltClothing JHart Schaffner MarxSmts the best Mens Suits SIBtoranglinemar s Pefection Suits for YoutbstBoys and cnildren Always Reliable ihd UpToDate I p Petticoats 50Abeautiful 7SOWhite Shirts SilverShirtthemarketostyles PAPERI to35c April fcorntI Special on Likens kins and ICARPETS t Oar com plete Administers 115 worth 135 Velvets S125 85c w rtbJ 65 50 d35C yards wr l16Oc sizes a II WIIMAIN SJREETHO TOP AF QUISENBERRY Managers 192325 bet and 10th LOUISVlLL KY STORAGE FOUR MONTfllFREEOF CHARGED It in Auction SalesD IYlltrIsIInspection Returns Promptfy SMark Hogsheads STREETLHOJSEs Advertisement undersigned CbmtnitteW Golden Wyandotte it OrpWngtons Perli IJcounlry ahoughttcondensedetryJNorare ReaderI LsThe Prices I Table Towels PI 12tcto IiNoEPENDEr i wfjji iji II l a CHESTNUTJ DARE- r Ij1 fr r n 1DARE Is largC Handsome saddieai karness horse yvith size style bone substance finish and cpnfprHiatMJiV 1 fItbyRed1 Iim r test of the breeding ualties fa horse Is the sale and show rlng f3As to the sale ring he sired the highest priced lot of ltseTeIft tchorse owned or farmed in county They won every tl blue and any eight in aU given by the Vaswcgton County Nr Aisia fUon at our las t fairhis yea rlings of the eight rih1JoOAs tied in full rings He sired the wisning tw year old dthe 1Il second premium 3yearold harness mares in rings of seven entries while he was shown only twice in saddle and harness rings eightentries and won easily Mr Allen who was selected by the FairCompany and considered fair and impartial judge said of 18 entries had more style and finish than any lot of colts histotsfsaw in one ring A comparison of his rfng of colts to a other horses at our own fair and other county and state fairs IaNthe breeders to please notice and consider beforebrf else where not sellers at eelleraaad lio horses as in age 1agaln solicit the patrona of all owners of good mares iq this and adjoining countte 1This horse will make the season at my place neacjlpri fletda t 20O To tareorLiYn Colt I35 I will a1so stand my PHadl a stallion Ijrjnclp Princ tat BIO and two No 1 Jacks at 10 urruand8for horse mules j I i r SBB LeachfnanL I R F D 3 t Spriiigfis4dKy f f MIUmequ led as Y Cur fof ClIp Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chain berlains Cong Remedy is aneqaafbd as a cure for Harry ttil OIl of Way netown lad Whe Kitetf s soon as the croupy cough apiearp thioaethady wil prevent tbe attack t is usedadcc ssruiiiy in many thous donJII l t l jJ j BfesSt Its ittleffceartV oxclaiedjth4- krnd i mother It waddle kM Ita big tat papa doesnt It Ef carpet stock is 1 worth Tapestries Ingrains 75c 40 Rn 800 Linoleums SOc alt 1 OWEN LigHt I Springfield Jiwliw wtji CHESTNUT a lered IR wonsix 0 f a He on1produccd weanU1Jgsbut theyilrince I croupVsays J t 1VHXT1 Y Wlil t REMEDY J IIJNIWFAVST TSS S ill MU UU slIw LIu La If 1 REg cu Aua srosL r v rs r L DR tJ T BURTON I I eoNT DNTIi7- r TEETHEXTRACT- EDNIHOUT iI PAIN I t t Tigim UtrV T a4- IIPaINGPItLD IiAll Dental Work Strictly 1TPwtc1a II iiij CIIUDD Pci tldSl1getJa Oos bours 8W 9 ajm 4 1to2pm Oow ow Haydoiis Drugstore and lllljmntonMDiv act a Kiw- se01srs1 JIC eN 1- R1dtst He38 out W F lRfaSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW IIiM op1i k JuID F1UD CYWI I Dr 1C HYATT VDr j1 EMULDING- OBc for oyer Red Crow Drug Store Office hoir ytt 1030 a to 12 IL 40 5 pm S uiaBf 2 to 4 pm and all night f JO NYMAYfS UIEAi lHECTOft AIDU LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYI19IN1GHT 7hISPRHGFIELDfK i Rafroiid Schedule Following is the time schedule at Jd 8town and Springfield branch railTtMffi No 4i Leaves Louisville ai 480 pm Bardstown Junction 522 pm Bardstown 606 pm arrives at Springfield 705 pm in No 42 Leaves Springfield at fi2Qa m Bardstpwn 607 am Bardi own Junction 650 am mrriyjeiPat Lbujsyille 740 a wCI No 41 Leaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction 910 amj Bardstown 1100 am arrive at Springfield 1230 pm Ko44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pmj Bardsiowji 220 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arlivat Louisville 545 pin p nNo 90 Sundays only Leaver it SpcifiKtield at 715 am Bards at Iowa 8 a mv Bardstown Junction RiR aM i arrives at Louisville 8 aIJNpcfll Sundays onlyLeaves Lllia ill at6 pm Bardstown Lat JnctiJ 645 pm Bardfitowu 7tO pmi arrives at Springfield 5pm i TREES na J J Friit lid Ornimcntal Everything for Orchard Lawn and Grarden Our Strawberry Plants are monev makers Try tb wnj1 Write for free catalogues We haVe ho agents HSFIIIENMEYER SoNs LexingtonK f J tJ E S1elbyI 3 eerof I Oiiroc Jersey logs 4 f I am booking orders now icr Spring pigs F P 1 Springfield Ky fj EGGS lFORlIrioHING J S C White Leghorn S C Rhode Island Redst Pits Games and Buff Orpington Orplngtori I fJtock from Irs Iglehnrt of 1ofthej 5100 FwiSeltiiiS of 15 M nimoth Bronze Turkeys f Tfrjiht Sra lJPeIi headed by a1 om iom Mrs R J ur- rL4Icounty J Y ifsI214 J acAt iC b4nQ e QIi1I B F Jackspas I 1ZJg4 10 ota ecb 1 Msser oekf4 10 at1cb E rE BALLARD i p 5 SpriBffteW Kyi TOYVNLocal i= HappenlnS oT eII 4 Freshest and latest i t AllAutYoJscIf Friends and Acqiilntances I 1M hMassave JA mass meetS of tho citijens l Law ndQer Leagu of- WashingtountV s h eby called for Saturday April 4th p m1aturthousS th llege field for the purpose of ttking some action kkpreserve rder- y one peace iyPur count The friends of laand oder are in toiattd this meetilg piano v eeling Pres eiited McEoyecretar iing LhavJrnemuIesL iii loau i ot eIi 1 JJohi lrott and Try tlJ1estructllJ3 pboio the graph r ccfts afcRussAls WANTETO buyme steers frdm 700 to800 pounds J C McElroyf ratel pet the latest popular music two your phonograph at E M tto Russells if The New phonorLph records Edison and Columbia at E M Russells f I have ore a pair of three tear old work mules JT 12 J SPALDING FOR SALE Good milk cow and calf also good butchers stuff f CASE BRADY FOR SALEA nearly new rub t tire runabout Also one set 1 light double harness GW Lyon i Going to quit business Stock cost come in and 3eepT L MpELROY as Rev GWV Lyon will be away from home this week assisting a protracted meeting at TJpton Ky Y0u cant break em JYou wear em out The indes tructible phonograph records at to Russells I have a fewstrawberry pantts t25c per hundredand red raspberries at 50 cts ISAAC CUR Y aIQuarterly Meeting will bej heldI the Methodist church nextI Saturday and Sunday The Elder will preach Saturday night at 730 and Sunday 11 AM Everybody invited EImdigestion say many with weak stomachs Get rid olpf your stomach trouble by using Mio Cure gu ran teed or money refunded 50c a box Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Little Black Lamb The r Village Constable Myj Gac Irene and RumtiddeyUm t tumtay are a few of the new selections on the Edison indestructible records For sale by E M Russ ell WANTEDTo buy Oak and Beech Lumber will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Be ch Flooring Write toKen Lucky Hardwood Flooring Qo Beech Stf or Woodland Ave IjLOUISVlIj et enng us i to be cured bvHyomei Complete outfit only 100 and we refund the money if it does not cure Sold by the Red Cros Drugstore iMessrs Byon Parks Will F Simtrs who have benconduct ng a livery and sale stable here have gone out of business Mr Parks has gone to Louiyills to Vive The stable has been rent ed by Mr Will ONan i Thyiroom over McElroy Shaders grocery and in a few days will o gin the practice of dentistry- Dr Stallard comes well rscom mended as a first class dentist and respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage The Masonic meeting next Monday tight April 6th will pe a mempriable service in memory of Dr J H Burton This will be a beautiful and very aUckanent Visiting faSO 1SWill be welcomed IIMsTERSAL1The Iladies of the Presbyterian church will y TfiPIPxiUrluO a sale of cakes dressed and balked chicKensI eatables It will be lecture room of the Presbyterian church on Saturday before Easter Those who enjoyed the privi of attending were given musical treat 8tSt C att evening llast week by outladies of the music work of the young pupils on guitar man q 01 en violin and = was high class and show the effect of intelligent train = each piece being reneered inperfect harmony The two residences on Walnut High Streets belonging to estate of the late Mitchel Thompson was sold on last Sat uraay afternoon by Robt M Thompson administrator The property was first offered sepa and then as ja whole The pieces weresotd as a whole Mirks Green for 3375 f purchasers desire the property in its an investment Grundy Mclnttre the enterprising 11 mercbanis have moved into the hand ome new store building erecte by Mr I Scott Marcs and are rapidly gcttingjrhu gs straightened outE They will have one of the most complete aud modern dry goods establishments in central Kentucky The old building vacated by Grundy Mclntire is being remodeled and will be oc cupied by the firm of Leachman Campbell who will open with a big line of fine furniture A of the building will be used t a pool room by the same firmtt nge inI There has been a change in the firm off Shultz McElroy hardware dealers and plumbers Mr P G MqElroy has with dr wn having sold his interest Mr J W Reidel The new firm of Shultz Reidelwill continue the business at the same stand Mr Reidel has a wide acquaintance and is popular and has good business qualIfi- cations The nrw firm should doubtless will do well in Springfield The members are both progressive and hard work erp Mr McElroy who re tires from the firm has not announcedt his plans but it is to be hap d ttiatfhe will decide to remain in Springfield For Sale White Plymouth Rock Eggs NFjschel strain the best iutheLeI vorrd Male birds scored by Judge Lane from 92i to 93J 100 per setting of iseggs AO KIMBALL IINl iT A r QFITOGS More Letters More threatening Night- Rider j letters were received by farmers who get Jieir mail from the Springfield post office this morning So far as we cant learn there were aboutten of thee missives They all evlLdently came from the same sources as those received last week They were postmarked iinHarrodsburg and were written j a disguised hand The paper and envelopes used were similar to those of the first batch The Sllettusual warnings ana threats One farmer is promised theIff luxury of being blown up wMil dynamite Another is promis ed a visit from the night riders who will bring along matches I and witches The sender ofj these threatening letters is v1V dently well informed Each utelnumcorrect and only those who known tobe making preparat jt ions to plant a crop this year tare addressed 1Closing Out At Cost f sseF 1i CvTHWB p foc gallon 2 sticks wigglel stick Wue 5c prunes 7c per Ib navy beans 5c Ib pure pepper 20c Ib 12 Ib dried beef lOc 2 cans red sea lye 15c three 15c packages Dun hams cocannt lOCi 3 Furinan family soap lOc 3 cakes Long Tom lOc 3 cakes Sunny Monday soap lOc 3 cakes Fairy soap fOCi 3 cakes glycerine tar soap lOc sweet pickles 5c 1 box seeded raisons lOc 1 pound black tea 30c 3 bdxes waihirig powder lOc T I McElroy Horses Handled a I have located in Springfield I and vant to engage horses to handle and train botbgsaddle and harness I have large ex per ence anaam well equipped for the business II can be found at the a Ground TT30110N LUCAS ii iri RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER LB GROCERY SPECIALS FOR CASH Saturday April 4th At MCELROY SHADERS Seed potatoes garden seed and onion sets at lowestl price 7 bars Leiiox Soap d H 2f 6 barsB D or R W Soap 2fj 6 lbs best Lump Starch 2 t 3 lbs Bulk Soda J 11 1 1 dozon Oranges reg 3Qc value for f vv v 2 1 dozen Lemons g20c value torr i If 3 boxes Jello regular lOc 2 3 cans corn regular price 30c fur f 2 1 can cut Asparagus regular price 35c for I can chunk Pineapple reg price 20c far Vf If 3 cans Pork and Beans Snider s reg lOc for 2f 1 bottle 30c Olives 2f 1 bottle 20c Olives If 1 can 4lbS net B ended Coffee 10 1 quart tine Maple Syrnp f 4 iboxBuckvheatFJourj5cor2forj 21 Extra Specials A 3 Ib nun sandard Tomato for lOc and 3 for 2 1 b xOriol Oats full 2 111 reg 2 for 25e only 3 cakes erman Sweet Chocolate for only 1 7 Bnng Us Your Eggs We Pay Cash Yours Truly MCGlcoy hade The Evans J Millinery Company Will havte their first annual orenirg of i i- sSpringlillinery1S w on Tuesday and Wednesday April 7th and 8th at All of the latest Spring styles i The Public is cordially invited l BOWLING NEWSS =The games played at Bards town last Thursday night re suited in Bardstown wining cut of three of the games OnTuesday of this week the team consisting of about seven sports fjom the metropolis of Nelson arrived l to this c1 yin a hack seeral hours before the game They boasted jig how easv they would win as they puffed their cigarette into the air but after the first gamje their prospects weakened and so did the boys soafter the third gama brought victory to Springfield the boys crawled in their hack and dissspearpd in the night air on the Har st wn roadSpring the firsttand third games Bardstown the second Manager Campbell is preparing to take a team to the Kentucky State Tournament whiclr meetsin Louisville the r May Horses Wanted Mr N H Peel will b1in Springrfield on Saturday April 4 for the purpose of buying a car load of high class horses LIHe will be found at Boblitt Bishops stables Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield county court day with a nice lot of flowers and plants CEO R MATTINGE- YTo Sewing Machine Buyers One half road of the finest Davis machines that was eyei shipped to your city We win now give to any Sewing Machine Co 100 to sew with us We have the 19C8 style If you wish to see one drop us a card and we will yisit your home and show grand sewing machine take your old one in ex iriJoua Write us at Spring N R LONG Z V LONG HowtolYoiil lienflicitis Most victims of Adpoudlcitls are thoae who Ire habitually cbnatipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup crchronic constipation by stimulating theilycr and bowels and restores the iELaxative seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitute Sold by tho Red Cross Drug Store 0 jjrHE PLAY ITSELF WAS GOOD That Much at Least the ActorCritic J Had to Admit John hare the English actor once Z went to set one of Beerbohm Trees J infrequent performances of Hamlet lie would willingly have avoided Tree IJ j for some little time afterward for rea Isons obvious to thers who llkiehlm jJ J1hm1 seen roles this least Impressive of z IlIarc chivalrously remained In his = the end of the play As the curtain descended on each act he hn- d1drcnded the Invitation of his fellow player to his dressing room where the usual courtesies would have been ex Z pected = Act by act slipped by without any word from the stage and Hare grew proportionately vOlleyed As thelast curtain tell however and Hare retired from the box he found a messenger at the door with Mr Trees compliments 1J and wouldnt he come home for a bite rrlot supper with some friends At table Hare parried opeulngafter oJ opening yet not once did Tree refer C directly to his Hamlet Hare on his o part dreaded every break in thee on versatlon wouldbring the dreaded toih c LypZ from table togo home Tree o panled him to the hall to put on toat Nbws my hour thought Hare Not one word from Tree They shook hands on the threshold and Hare started down the steps In happy relief Tree followed him to his carriage Hare heard him In dread Still the topic was avoided Tree with courtesy opened the door Hare ped Into tire cushions of the can1 joyfully heard the door slam a deep sigh But clove the horses started Jrt- e 8 bend was In at the window and said v Ith blighting suavity At tast John youll admit its a vj nay a rEFtJr T IMiss Znla ftally yUUei her brother at Samuels yesterday Miss Lillian Anderson of nvilleis visiting her aunt Bo M QNaq IMrs John D Taylor of Louis is visiting relatives heret Mrs ElizabetbGrabJIDof HenryYille Indn was here last eek j lMr Earl Thompson of Cam pbellsville visited relatives here J ImontI home for a visit to per parentsfMisses Roxie and Kathryan Wakefleld of Maud were in town Monday Mr Tun Funk of Louisville a few days here last week Mr Clifton Leachman jis iA Louisville taking a civil service examination MIss Jennie Cokendophelr of Maple H mis visitingher sister Mrs W F Grigsby 1 Mrs George Colvin her chiV dren and Mss Isa Uolvin went Fairfield yesterday to spend the remain Jerof the week with rtlatives Mr J R Claybrooke and family moved b ck to thrf- atrn near Texas this week af er spending the winter in tpwn 0Mr and Mrs Conrad He tein will spend the latter part of the weekin Louisyille Miss Acquin Montgomery of Louisyille is aT guest of Miss Altbaire Medley Mr Tom Edeletf who was il at the Norton Infi mary last week is at home convalescing t fMrii Leo EaydotiMs visiting her parents ne tr Bardstown Mr G C Wharton was r Louisville Tueday Millinery openingW- ILLIM4S April 10 and 11 An exclusive line of rn Hats stylish Tailored and Trimmed Hats will be shown on the 10th and 11th of April Also Ladies FaphingF asMy new store is better adapted to millinery business than the old and a larger line of hats will be showu than heretofore Thanking the public for past faVors1I ask a lliberal share of your patronage this season Williams Mrs Kate Williams will spend he latter pair t of the week in Louisville in the interest cf her millinery business 11Mv Richard Boblitt has returned home from5 Bardstown where he has been witb his brother Mr Edd Boblitt Miss Aliceliives of Lebanon was here Tuesday V Mrs John Wycoff of lytackville was in town Satur daj Misses Mabel Thompson and Fannie McElr yandMesss Shpker Robertson and Wathen Simms were in Lebanon Sun day Mrs M C Mayes returned from Covington Saturday after bhiser aunt Mrs Hamiltonl t Miss Mary Lampion attended the Paderiskey Musical in Louisville StateiMrs Allen has returned to her home atE izabethtowny after visiting her son J Lj Allen 2 ppWeateshdwing new Spring StylesHri Ladies Dress Skirts Come in and make your selection early so if we should be out of your size could order same for you and have reacly for you for Easter I Let us take your orr der for a Ladies or Mises t I 4 Spring SuitdWe maeridl guarantee can l andst show d Favor us witha call and I obligec Newest Cuts Ladies Sprillgt5 Jaoiets jWeLStrips Plaids rmfittinc backstRelsollbll suh1High Class I tipybFOflke co11 4- L1L14Ar 1- 1tNcoRPORATE jIce COT 7Friday nagatda a i iW 4f cil A fresh stock Confettions Cakw We take everyday bread cake 1 Fresh salted roasted peanuts FRESH OYSTERS ADFISHAli- duringLent Meals served and rates reasonable I LsssssS KATIE HERfLEIN BroS4 dp- T1 JewelryI Watches f Diamonds jf= Silverware Cut Glass C1oh j h- I ltcomplete Store jof goods reliableis earned by jtwriari anyhee ibuy the worlds best manufacturers andalii on small profits having in stored io iitiIA Watches are u 11F supply aMthincyou want dr 7 IIj Jas Jul Graves 1j Mrs Allen daugh Miss Mayme have returned from Louisville Mrs W Thompson Who buffered stroke of paraysim two week ago slowlyimpfov jng Mr C Price arid daughter Mabellpre visiting Jfg8nas in lBloomfieldand Dufrett Bardqn let t1Mojr to yib son Maurie who is attiState College DeWitVs Little Early Riser the famont Uttle Jlyer pUlseS y the Red Cross Drug Store I r I i I in ad Misses tt 11t iJ r Just receiyod fro Y j Tans Blacks I J T and in bothj J f and 100M 5y jj- PricesS are t For fGoocis dtI I i i J 1 i Fruits te pies F J r lfJ t4 1- and t 72 p tlm I j It tI 2 t t JIl JI I have a Jewelry more i f I from Whatever is worth a jewelry here y nU J fI I i t JI J L and ter J a is r L i f ld o l 1 I = NIII 0 Hors to BrMtk y II- tw Parties hayir trtlii nr Wmn JJto break will to w II to Sf 1tA the undersMl awl if 4 7f Am well tqiipfMid ki J horses aai will fQMTMto t gift Mtlsfaclion frD B rhrQ ieof ths ttqii eI trx Y treMble that it jJIid1aiadbef tJaesklai f c IK Mqr malady Take JToW EIrattthe list of suIs 1 rect r irr1ariUrBrifixtg dMas and dIbetsS SOJaty the Bed QroM Urar Store rA AsPLE I l life Tkk Sinplft HpfuI IIU at I4ud rYkwAJIYwY t m y prcriptio4 r j r t JoUoim Flu Id Bxfcrfccf DwideliouJ one kluu jdiadppu tid Kafgon S ojke LJ uii o ncl Syrup 8rMjMiii iIrM dunces Mk will 1abotleard tafc fc teMponfal tofl after lll a4b Ume rn din M pc iMdered by an ati4 Who writesI 5iiz NewS rk Mily paper asI tb hem prt4ripUon ever wriI4s to rs1itve Backache A XiiMfiTiOttbtejwtk Bladder wa a4i forms of Urinary diffi r Mlfcwt Thiil rjmixiare acts proapUj OB the eliminative f tw Mao6tb Kicheys enaoling I iMt ftp filter and strain the unc Mid awl other waste matter item it blooi which causes R1sswIBOOM persona who suffer with fAc at4o nay lot eel iin cliadii pJaof aicb confidence in thwaimpje aiXture yet those l who bay riM nJjsy the result i ar WMjp4rvftttrpngiijg the relief WM4witoutt e slight it iDjjtry 10 tbe stomach or otb r prfana Mix acme and give it a triaL- It crtai ly coaes highly recom LdfdiIt is the prescription ljOf an twineot authority whose wrtirt rtpuUlionit is said was kbUeired byit Ajif fgiai here at home when askd sttted that he could either sipply the ingredients or mix the prttcriptKHi for our readers also roosaends it as harmless Married in Jeffersonville s t ILii Loni Canter daughter iriFr ot1Mrs Kaib 4as Canter of s11akK3pl and Mr Ed witrd If Taylor were married orat1 oclock at the YMterda1afterDnJ 8 Hawk in JeffdrsonyUle weie ICOOUlpimPi 0 Jeff rs6n- ijJeb Miargaret Gohagen aur Prestqn Scott Fryer who acted as their attendants Later imi the afternoon Hr and Mrs Baylor lejft for Nashvillei q Ton where 11r Taylor has apocsedr a position and where f they witl live in the uture AT is a son bf the late David Hart liylor JGourier Journal r Kodol for Dyspepsia has helped thouMMte Of Plewhohavehd te tck troubte This is what one mamayojit 1E C DeWitt 5of CHiciro I11 Gentlemen In liW t Ihaia ise se of the stomach muibowfls 1 coald not digest any thiBf Tate and in the Spring of 1902 I boagkt a bottlje of Kodol and the beMfltJ receIved from that bottle all the gold inj Georgia could no buy i still use little occasionally as I fi4 it a tn blood purifier and a good toJc May ysu live long and- pco iH r Thurs very truly CN CormellBodinrJ Ga Ang 27 1906 Sold by the RedOrosa Drug Store TJw InWliict to Obey Mams first Imitinct is to obey O a crowded car air altercation arose bt tW8el iSksgeBger and the condu ttr Botk were very much excited and they oeUnued to argue their voIce pew lewder aM louder Finally a mil ta tke rear of the car shouted Shu Ii ai much to the satisfaction an a HgQMioat Qt the other pccupanU tMylcuatey eubsided ncJJ P4rr foot ailDnu law Wereyl4a to announce that Foley Honey and Tar for coughs I oolti asd longr troubles is not affect 1 ed by the National Pure Food ant Pruc Iawa it contains no opiates pj her iMMpifal drngs and we recom njit a ale rcdcdv for children r andaiiiic bJvJV ciRed Cro s tt7 e Crtatlen and Art To ate lt seems as if when God ccii etye4 Un world that was poetry t tented it amd that was sculpture Hel rarted aad colored it and that was fftJatiBc and then crowning all He people it with living beings and that wae tfce gr nd divine eternal drama 4teCbriotte Qusaman UrestYM jiiuraune from KIdhey jCB XM tri jt juat remember that Fokys Kidney Care will atop the ire refukntkg and cure any case ot 4kMiiey and bladder trouble that is net fjiiyfriia the reach of medicine 5sold keJte4 Drttj Storey 4 Tfce Beet llwycrs r WMto iMt MKMK t e six best eel Ien poekbook sad checkbook ire tlteto beitwyere 4 vacklntcough feeometls- lb foternmier ol conmip geL Stop the cough wii- isoI Cure bef your M I tot n tI 0CO L S JJTHEI ODOR OF SANCITY French Writs Thlory ef How lt- MayltA a1 Exuithy Man Dr Georges Duuias Is the author of an article in the Rue dex Paris on The Odor of Santtlty The writer accepts astrue the numerous reported Instances of saints and mystics of the j Catholic chuichwhosebodfes after death Or during moments of ecstasy emitted peculiarly pleasing odors of various kinds Then men and women with thom fiiich legends deal argues Dr Dumas were neurastbunes and It is not impossible jthnt the aroma of sanctity which surrounded them was the product of strictly physiological and chemical changes common to all men but present in highly intensified form in subjects who so to speak biirned up the candle of their existence atan unusually rapid rate He says in part So far then we have come across a great variety of perfume lnnamon qiove orange pineapple rose violet silly of the valley yellow amber and benzoin Now the natural constitu ondrmercial purposes We may therefore substitute the equivalent chemical ez pfesslons for the ordinary terms we have employed and say that orange cinnamon violet and musk owe their perfume to aldehydes and acetones aromatic liquids derived from the alco hols just as the artificial essence of pineapple comes from butyric ether We have then to askx whether the hu wan body can produce odoious com- pOunds of the kind we have mentioned and under what conditions As a matter of fat It does producea certain number 0f such compounds in the de Btructlon of organic matter which fa ftlle constant condition of life in par ticular acetones and the volatile fatty acids butyric formic acetic etc If process of combustion is normal all these constituents are burned up com pletely oxidized and give as a residue water carbonic acid and urea But lot some slackening occur In the inmost nutrition of the tissues and the same constituents will escape through the breath perspiration and the skin MAGIC MIRRORS Peculiar Effects In Some of the Pol ished Bronze Reflectors Now and then mirrors ota curious kind are seen In Europe They are called magic mlrr rsand are of Jap anese origin mane not pf glass silvered but of cast bronze polished on the face and bearing on the back raised patterns Inscriptions Symbolical de signs crests or pictures When ex posed to a bright beam of light from the sun or from an electric lamp thc reflect In the light from their polfsbed face the image of the pattern on their backs This is a purely optical property and has of course nothing in com the fortune crystalS ttC or lstrologer or the alleged magic mirrors of necromancy yet it long puz zled the scientific optician and even now Is little known or believed The researches of various scientific men have established tbe fact that the phenomenon Is due to very minute differ ences of curvature in the polished ce differences so minute that they do not affect the ordinary use of the mirror as a looking glass and that can be de tected only by delicate optical tests The only remaining mystery has been as to how these delicate differ ences of curvature were produced exact correspondence to the pattern on the back The makers themselves are often in Ignorance of the magic prop erty and do nbf know which of telr mirrors possess it and which do not The mirrors are cast in molds and aft erward polished by hand and it Is held by scientific men that the differ ence of curvature Is caused ly the met als yielding unequally under that pres sure of the tools used in scraping and polishing the thin parts naturally bending more than thfe tthick This ac- c nntStor the mirrors becoming magic pnlcago News Book Auction Back In 1732 John Montgomerle governor of the province of New York died on July f1731 In tbe New York Gazette of May 3 1732 is the following advertisement the first of the kind On Thursday June at 3 oclock In the afternoon will begin to be sold it public auction a collection of valua ble books belonging to the library of Dis excellency John Iontg merle Esq late governor of New York etc de ceased A catalogue of the books lOaJ be seen at the Coffee House in New York with the conditions of sale This Is also the first instance where the word auction Appears vendue being the term in general use Heavier Ammunition Is this the man we are to initiate tonight asked the Illustrious con luctor Jlt is replied theoutslde guard The llustrlous conductor walked around the 350 pound candidate Inspected him arefully and tunied to his assistant Put the gout bark be said and bring the a mule Chicago Tribune He Gets Too Many My John you ho vent a particle of tact What bavel done now Asking Mr Hni fat to dInner and elllng him you wlllglve him a good bast And Jbe a second rate actor Baltimore American One Way Husband 1 dopt know how much If an allowance to give you Wife ruu know how 1l1Ulh7mlcnn afford Wifefhensan spare Illustrated Bits Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup1 I the cough syrup that tastes nearly KS good as mapel sugar and which children like eo well to take Unlike nearly all othar rough remedies jit I Joes net constipate bat on the other land it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels through which the cold is forged out of tTe system and at he nm time It allays inflamation Al Vaiys use Kennedy Laxa tivd Cough Syrup Sold by thh Red Cross Drug ttire J Cultivate Patience belttemwPeopl eypu know here in- Springfield will tell you that lon cuiest all forms of indi estion and stcmach trouble sk the fled Cross Drug Store j Jvenf r I Hot StoveCool Kitchen r Oil he kitchen seems comfortable yqu could wish ittobe1 This Jaj iitself is wonderful but more than that New Stovcdoes perfectly every thing that stove can do It is an ideal cookstove Made ih three sizes fully warranted If not with your dealer write our nearest agency b Tb a and hand lamp forKours a strong mellow what need fora light Just you reading light the diningroom If with your dealer ournearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated Hil HIM IN TWO PLACES the Way Cicero Treated His Dote Admirer Petrarch In the early autumn of 1358 Ietrarcli suffered an accident which may be narrated his pwu words You shall hesrhe writes to a friend what a trick Cicero the man whOm have loved and worshiped from my boyhood hUH just played toe posses a huge volume of his letters which wrote out some time ago my ownjiami because there WfNuo original manii script uC copyists lIe health hindered me but tuy great lovey of Cicero and dellght in the letters and eagerness to possess them prevailed against my bodily weakness and tin laborlousn sn of tire work This hook Wlll bYou have seen leaning against the doorpost at the entry my library One day while going Into tbe room thinking about something e1e JislI often do happened mud vertently to catch the In the fringe of my gown In Its fall struck me lightly on the left leg a llttlealioia tire heeL WhaCr 1 yAJ I bantering him pray what fire itou hitting me rarT He said nothing but day ns I came again the same way be hit me again and again laughed at him and set him up In his place Why make a long story Over and over again went on suffering the mime and thinking he might bo cross at having Jto stand the ground II put him up a shelf higher but noi till after the repeated blows the same spot bad broken the skill jind a far from despicable sore had resulted despise It though reckoning the of my accident of much wore weight than the accident Itself At last when the pain was too muchnot only for my wit but for sleep unit rest that to neglect the thing nnv longer Seemed not courage but wad ness I was forced to call in the doe tors who have now for some day been fussing over this really rldlcu lous 9und not without great pain jtnasoincduuger to tHe wounded limb a they Insist though think you know Just what reliance lplntC on their prognostications either of good evil So this Is how my beloved Cicero inns treated me lIe loIago struck my and now he has struck my leg From H HollwayCalthorps Pes trarch GUIDEPOSTS IN FRANCE A Striking Feature of the Roads Throughout the Country feature of the roads of France the ever present guidepost These guide posts consist of an iron plaque about two feet long and a foot high securely mounted on sturdy posts fastened to seme substantial They are painted In white blue and show vjthout any possibility of mistake not only tine commune township which they stand but the next impor hint place In either direction us well the distances between all the chief points upon that route Thus you wll1 find Itji you are traveling on a road which leads to Paris thait the name of the metropolis will appear on the signboard although may bit several dred kilometers distant In addition to these guideposts the Touring Club tof France has put on the chief roads a series of signs and symbols to Indicate to motorists bicyclists what sort of a they are approaching The sign ralentlr which translated Into good United Stat means tolet up has caused many n motorist who unfamiliar the toad be Js traveling to slow down nail tto find shortly after the sign had been passed that was well that be paid at tuntiofi because of a steep grad some abrupt turn There no excuse view of the symbols nndisJgn boards for nay one motorlrig Franc ta get oil the wrong road lo comp unexpectedly into trouble FniijkvIres brey in Outing AJagJizlna 7t cry a DQrotb s tttnrr 15a n iiiUe cclrn and a recent occasion she saw mm In brave array at tbe tHud of his regi ment How do you like your father in his uniform the colonel asked his small daughter that You looked handsomer Wan Itb04Y elseflald Dorothy loyally and you held head up high But I think they were mean not to let you have a drum 16 ploy onYouths i4imnn How do expect to endure the broiling days pf summer if prepare all the foodovera glowing coat fire i You need a New Perfec will1doiheing thcook It concen trates plenty of heat under the pot and diffuses little or none through the room Therefore when working withtheii I NEW PERFECTION Wick BlneThune CookStove actually as as the Perfection Oil any allround and YLamp g some Bums with evening or to write In with Is tiie to book It next hurt on cause so heart C A Is or wall and or In ae It hung ant rotid Is with It to it or Is In In or on night tiny your so you you MADE IT RIGHT et It Was Not Easy For the Salerrsn to Grasp the Boss Scheme In one of the Suburbs of London tti1e is n wholesale flew the Senior member of which may be known as Vr Blank TIe linn has two traveling finlesmeu a sIngle man recelvius SO ithllHiigi per weekj and the other c married man drawing 2 per week A short tithe ago the single mail cJlug In tIlt shop und looking over mat cn discovered tiiat tlu iimrriod sales imiih was receiving l slijllilijirx per vvek tHorp salary than himself ivhlk tlltl1P single innhi was selling mori jiiKls lie called Mr Blanks atten toi to this and supruested Uiat ns be was felling more thou the oIu r fel low hi should at least receive as much aT Thp senior partner acknowlwlncd tInt apparent Inconsistency and assured his utui that he wfinld Ion1 into it antI If the statuinent were correct he wnnhr inllke mutters 1k rvuoitier wi ek rolled by and when tlie siuslp nian null to draw his salji try from tine bookkeeper he was ell to flint nly tu shillings passed out to him the svnip as before He de marred Tin bookkeeper insisted he hid received no Instructions to raise his pay an referred him to the govI prnor Ay achlus Mr Blank he1 said You remeiuber sir I spoke to you last week about fmj salary vstatiiig that while I was selling more goods than tne other traveler was recely ing less pay and thought I should receive as much as he did You assured me you would look Into It awl make matters right Yes Saul Mr Blank I remember your mentioning the matter and h madeilt right Jldnt Winy no Ildont see bow you have ai the bookkeeper has Just paid mo the same amount ns before cant how that is tanking It right sir You dont understand said tine senior partner I have made It right You thought you ought to have ns much tiay as the other man and I have made it right by cutting the other fellows pay downLondon TitBits THE ENCORE HABIT How Sims Reeves Turned tha Tables on One of His Admirers Sims Reeves who In his day was ac cepted as the most celebrated tenor on the concert stage was so much of a favorite that whenever he sang bo was usually greeted with a hearty encore accompanied with enthusiastic cheei Reeves was very good natured nb ut the fnattcr but he made It a rul6 neVer to slug more than one selection when be felt that his voice was uot in first lasjs Rhahe He happened to notice Pl1trtowithin convenient distance if Shins Reeves happened to be on tine bill dud jjcnerally led tine encore brigade This hatter was a persistent jpcrson and of ten applauded until he lund forlqcd Reeves to respond to double und triple encores Determined to teach the little ImjttQr a lesson one afternoon just as dark was approachijig Ueovcs entered lila admirers store and said One hat please naming tho particular shape UcrIhanded out one lint Good said Reeves How much Is this hnU Five shilUugs said tine store pro prietor Encore said Reeves A second hilt was forthcoming and Reeves ultimately obtained three en core bats When the little batter de manded 1 sterling for the purchases Reeves pretended to be furious Send these four hats to this ad dress ordered the tenor In terrible tone but I only pay for one hint Do you understand The three other bats arc enoreJints If you uinkv me sing songs for nothing you must send mi hats for nothing The little hotter jfas speechless Portland Oregonian A Startling Debut A comedy of errors describes th first appearance on the stage of Mr Huntley Wright lIe was supposed t Impersonate the warder oro mad rhouse and the scene opened with the brutal lit trenlment of flip hero nnd IIf 44s14 + +H+H4o41That hacking cough contin esIBecause your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened Take Scoffs Emulsion rIt build up Phd strengthens your entire ystemcj It contains Cod Livor Oiland Hypopho phitef so prepared ttoit it U easy to Uk and easy to digest ALL DRUGGISTS Me AND 4190 T5it iTT r It Builds ForceJ21 dade witn a Biinpowdei eAtnfcsion inIhis ervousness the warder dropped his c4p nail being agitated and short sight d he picked Up the pan of gun powdhrInstead It Instantly blew up near4rlglntcnlnghluj out of his wits He ashed frpm the stage and col lapse as he thought on a stool In the wlligi which turned out to be a tire bucket full of water London Answer Good Judgment Y ur partner Remarked the privilege friend seeus to be a man of UIIHS inlly good jjuilgnient Y iu bet he Is1repliedhe self ac knov edged braln of the firm Why he in ver tniikes a move without asking my i dvlce Chicago News A MeaJ Question CI rlesI heani the other day that Qen Id Is going to get married E yvard yell why shouldnt he feZ comfortably well offi1 rats Just the whole point Why iloej it he remain so Obstinate Why dou tou quit smoking old elm You know It hurts you crtalnly But ovary time Iriake tip ny mind to do it somebody comes arm nd and tells me I ought to Pnrflt Thief Proof Hand BatfiPickpockets will be up against a hnrfl probjem when they tackle a wo mawltha pocketbook equipped with the safety lock herewith shown thef Inv ntlon of a Pennsylvania man uov and useful construction of a ban die urn be employed In connection with anj type or form of bar valise or oth r portable receptaclq There is no pos ilbllity of the bng being opened wi out the knowledge of the person car rying it The handle is In two sec MOVABLE HAXDLR LOCKS BAG U nswhlch are hollow and have lock h g latches operating In connection v 1th a catch lathe Interior of the bag 1 j open the bag the outer hollow per- tt ons of the handle are swung outward r leasing tine latches The bag Is then o Hiiied in the usual way Obviously it ould he Impossible to open the bag Ithout removing the hand from the indie JJaturuliy pickpockets could riot open tine bag without detection Shells Remove linkers Whei tine fire bricks have become overcd with clinkers which have iused and adhere they may be cleaue y throwing oyster clam shells jhe fire box while the tire is hot and lIeu allowing the fire to go out The linkers will then cleave off easily alsVIvlllCamphorated Oil I This is splendid for cuts bruises ore throat bunions nUll lame backs Put a pint of kerosene Into a quart ottlcadd all the gUm camphor It will llssojve and shake until the camphor withjitvigorouslyfbcforj Kentucky Potatoes Pare and slice thin six large pota toes us for frying Throw in coTd wa ter for half an hour then remove from the water wIpe dry and put them in a hallow baking pan Pour over them- a cupful of milk seasoned with salt and pepper Bake an hour then pour over ibem half an ounce of butter and serve very blJtj Save Time In Ironing Take a pun of warm water and clean whisk broom to the yard when the clean clothes are dry upon tine line Before taking the cl6hes town sprhi remove rein tine line roll and lay 1lde rncIAvParither row Eble said tILe schoolteacher can you tell me whhta panther is Yetli maain Jisped the little miss He 1th n man that niakths panths tan nR PUv Independent L FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE IWILL CURE YQU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Botflta RirUSE UBKTITUTK8 REDCROSS DRUG STORE Jroj jw1 7 1What Ii5 medicine for To cure you sick you say tfJefeitmedicinesgoes another to the spine Wine of Cardul to thonaniyo ga So that m Wneof Uardaiihas proven so efficacious in most cases of wftanly disease Try tt Mrs Wm Turner of BartOQvtle Ill writes Iaufer fOf1earaiUh fsme3s chesass sMstiA wtthqut relief My baCk and head would hurt me and I aiffd agony with bearlngdoa pms AtIMtI took Wine of eardu and now I tIn1n good ealth Sold mfhH kiSlOO battIN IIWRITEI US A LETTER LalesXvIscryt sttteailead LkA tag from a 10cenj piece win coul FULL value e A tag from a 5cea4piece will coun HALF value t t I 1ti I 4f TOBACCO with val able tigs i i 14 i Save yourltags frog i J OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWIST iMasWirkieais SaNers Pride Hrs ShH Ivy JT PIsk SH r1M4 Old Hiissty EtfMM iFerw me IrMtl- RBMte OMNfc T15uitV Tw s eii ts Tsnpuij a Coupons from w8f t4 MANS PRIDE AND OWENS PIcNIC TWIST t OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smoking GILT EDGE irazM ikIsg I Yellow Strips frdmBUSTER rC I Tags from the above brahds are good for the following MIl BMwy tttitr r useful presents as shown by catalog j fJGold CuffButtonsSOTags- wFountainPen0O Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Gentlemans Watch 200 Tags Pocketbookf3tT Many merchants supplied themselves presents with which ff If you cannot have tags xredeemed at home write 1 fe iisforcaialogVV T lit1 lit tSJfV DEPARTMENT VIBJ 4I THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St cf r J JI Hoffman Dare L Sired by Dignity Dare No 1982 he by Ch ster Dare 101I ebYIBlackWilliam No 67 First darn Glen Mary No 240 2d dam Raven by Anderson Bell No 15805 record 2 20 3rd dam Mambrino princess darn of Bay Bird 230 DEscthPTloNBladk 16 hands high 4yearsiold with plenty cf style and as fine a natural t9ilas any horse and comes frm a family on both sides that have a noted record HofFm in Dire wiil make the seasoL of 1908 at Casllewood Ktock Farm three miles from Springfield on Lebdnon pike fur w To tare living Colt G9ocJacksnsiire a Living colt Your patronage is Innlv solicited Applyto t ItW s GIBBS Spnn f ldiKy A SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE UniverAt Distrust of Strangers In the Russian Empire iThe usef tjlness ot the czars chief of police depends on his amount of suspicion and hits alertness IUllUtUng It Into active use says Thomas Ste vens in a book entitled Through Russia on a Mustauir It is suspicion every wfeere i For bevcnil weIs8nysthe au thor I was thrown lu dally Intimate contact with SusCha my travellug conipanion He was a transparent varni hearted young fellow but fromii first to last he never ceased to regard me with SnapiciuuSAt one Village he lost his passportI Ten hours later mutter I hind bribed an u hal in Int h1CClflI ht confocsed in a l1 of iaij ell tl r h hid evCJi ha divyoy th lu order to get rjd u f liLa All da her had nursed suspicion unsuspected by me untll1 had unwittingly cleared myself Uy my bribe to time police Among the peasants susptciou takes curious forms In a general flU I wasI always under tine bum of distrust By the men I was regardedi as a secret agent of the governiueut by the wom en as a wlznrd flat hosrof inn tnnt always wat9hid me closely to see that I did not clear out and leave him nn paid He would even give sly peeps into my ro6m at night ul was always being suspected of trying to pass cmnlerfelt money WhatSnakes them so long with tho change I asked Sascha onJe j They are afraid the mouey bad Wen the change is kopecks We will uot wait anylougerT That would never do Then they will be sure It is bad X The length of time I wljs kept wait ing for change for a receipt dependedJ on the denomination of thebill For a two ruble note the host would be suitEs tied with the verdict of two or three other capable financiers A fi e ruble note ineaut extiydrdjuaiy preMutlons and comnsultdtionus w ftli trait the epcrts if tint vilingo X 3 r tj IfswAdIceMfress y lleSeat OM5ssssTssF SELEcfsHOKIHG Fr n hBriaPiPe50Tags Leather POcketbookad Tags Steel Carving Se200 Tags Best Steel eara75 Tags Pocket 60yd Ladys Fishing Knife 46 Reeljbl Tap tap apII 4 is IIhave with toredeemntags your PREMIUM action pasrvrt onlv30 Playing CXd3I SEASON r iFi Theseypung StallIonst will make the season of 1908 at better khowniasEtbe Foster Ray place on the Danville ayiewi i4jj Lebanon pike one and onehalf miles from Lebanon iiir ENGLISH IMPORTED HACKNEy STALLION fOLASSMOOR PRINCE No 113I i1EgSBI 1 PEDIGUEE Snre Copalder BonnyGabriel No 8105VE JH S Bhe by Stow GaUiiel 5416 EHS 13It Dam Glassmobr Sue 18321 E HS BMj by Accident 2d 1101 r EHSB1t DESCRIPTION Foaled 1QC4 Is abeautiful black 15 hands 3 7 1t Inches one hind ankle white snip in face A verY rangy neck J 3 fine head and ear short back fine lengthy quarter a clean neatrset of limbs This horse has extremely high all rcund action He is a half brother to the great show mare Hildred owned by Miss Bedford of Conn and his sire Copaider Bonny Gabriel 8O3 for 8QOO GlasamooE Prince has already proven to be a show horse winning first at Iowa and Illinois State Ifairs floldi iand Terre Haute Horse in 1907 He comes from acnestBut 1 j Fee 25 olnsurea Living Colt V 1 4 RED REX No L 3141tI j PEDIGREESire Rex Peavine No 1796 t t 833 he b Re Denmark 840 1st fam i he by Indian Chief 2d dam by Gray Eagle he by Americ n aglej3d dam bj Dotys Gray Eagle 4th danr by Kavanaughs Gray tail jtDESCRIPTIoFaled jtf j t0 idistinct in trotv ao can step rIan action one Could wish and is good at the caater When him to harness he you think he is a trotting horse alKl iigraceput horse the saddle on him and he cant be beaten as i fivegaited Ith Rex Peavine 1795 the sire of ths horse had three out last were unbeaten and Red Rex has been very successful as iiyeaT horse from a colton winning many premiums in hamess aad classes all 6ve the country We were told by Mr ClaudeIt rton of Elizabethtown one of tlje best horseraea anywhere i that this isoneof the very best horses in thc State AltlwtifK f i ht3colts are young they are commanding high prices Look at him and look at his breeding and bconvince1thathe isthebestI i in tine land t i FeeOToInsureaLrnigCot4 TOUR BLACK JACK J t l IIlWill Standat 10 to Insure aLiTkif GoiT T This Jack has white points and is an extra good illac REMARESI SrWetake pleasure In offering the services of these Sae yotfBf stallions believing they will produce a class pt horses that i- sis uffhtJjy thclEastern trade at the most remunerative prices to breeder JYou cant afford to stand Back on 5 0r 118 deference the fee You more than make up in the colt We ask that you ijthem before booking your mares Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insurance 5UMl i eyJ becomes due time of such transaction Lien retkiseA cw colt until season is paid Mares from a distance grazed at reasosable i price Mar enttusted will receive our personal attehtfea but I S net responslbfe for accidents or escapes f t a T BOHON SOj 1r lUYVIEW hear LEBANON KY i 1= KHrO oooooeoopooorTheSafestandOuickestWayo TransfeJ MOilt is BY iIc Long Qistetqce Telephone HI For gateapply to LclMD GumberIaridreIep JJ TTSSIIU1 Ciipijj 3 TNCbJhPOATED ii1 p s