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I F1 I i Z t r I DR I r f TRUSTY IIPRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Vaf4e M Barber ktM blepdcell iPurkfluisrntee4 J PDKFXLD KY z tMiECTORY t SPRI oirnHD conaty seat of Wa kiacto o4tt151ilea south utoL i piiicteo 59 mile from Lx laritU eel Bardttowc fentach olo Lx mi riUe awl ICashvilk lailroad in a fanalax aad agricultural district wo Bptiiirji Ut craph aumd telephoae iiaea expr MofioeS r jeills lumber jrarcl Pop aUo 1700 population of Iji BII J6kaMi Birds tows Kyt0tprttiTe im attire Hoe lPCJicCliora K prec tatlve iin State Senate Hon G T JirTi Caaapt eUsVille Ky t tltIlctOY CIRCUIT COURT nCtrceltgoy iJ bctaary Xa dOct bc I 11ltltt J Commo wtaltk At ooey BottITheC1erk MMastS qe1 to 9 foaec QUATR14COUI Urldt Utla keld 011 the third t IHa1iia Mdt 1Iiotk B rfLltHTJ re i COUNTY COURT meett oil the fourth eo tyCoart ios4ay t t4ClI NBWVn goeker C mnty C1oTS Maye Com y Attorney George CatlttJaiierl SldBey Obt uni Sheri 1a 4lien DickIsnmtt DeP a JateT Moore Co Bty Survdyot P OBrya t AsteMor- Wt Tl Jlitcheli Pef ty I Robertlfoe Treasarer ip J M MoStO7 Ooromer J W f1IpL of COrnD1OD bOIi 1ItrlBcfte1c1 t CITX COURT j1oePicc Jiage Jo GrcelMas1al w t GrijsbJCityAttorHey JUSTICE COURT Itt JntiJe Cort are keld in January April Jia1a1 ctobeb Church DhCCtOTYs METHODIST atJRCBtSertt Rev G W ion Pastor vices om the First and Third Sundays In eack month at a m and 730 p m i SundaySchool every Sunday atlO am t Prayer mteHnj eve y Wedaesday aight f CATHOLtClCHUKCH JRelleayPu ot SetJter J rice very Snday at 8 and10 oc1oc1tt alserTice atSt Rose same hour t t PK1SBTTIEIAN CHURCH v Rev R ECLason Pastor frMMkimK JfM7 Sunday at 11 am aM it 7 pm Suday school every Snalay at 10 av Prayer B eetin vry Tfcf r 4ay eveBing at 7 ooJocfc l BAPTIST CHURCH Ret WplHarxiicmWilliaHis Pitor Preachisg every Sunday at 11am arid 745 pa Suaday School every meetiuJ11ereq t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W F ftogers Paster Ser vices grsi and fourth Sunday Sunday t 9 0aJI1j FrSiJta1 orders I MA OXK IOD it Springfield lodgt- q 40 eetfc Astaiad third Monday r ekOtItk H skkiztevJt A Chapter No 57 meets every s eod Tuesday ftifSt4 Cdnacil JQS2 meetaoo err rtkUo HJ KAowfef TMeMACASKKg Meet M Mt izeachuuI KOdol I IndigestioniOar Ovartatee Condon If ltor dm twc Urd of Sreo fcottfc eTfittl jit im JuJ1t KM sot bees ArJS rTry 4 dLsrs rm ibe isa ItILtJiM dMl r at r 8 k JIM fllT J eeati a WfMtsWhatYouEatAa4 IS wa oo CI ni1L JIISSIA STO 1 1f 4l r44 M = LEADEl I- ws fCIliwwfii W mi OBERVATIONS trNMfMMMMOO 7TV ROUSE Shortly after vWLj the receipt by a number ofI tobacco growers of Washington county of those anonymous l letters containing insults and threats ihere appeared in a Louisvlle paper a dispatch from biz place giving ajn account ofl the incident and making the prep diction that there would in con sequence be no tobacco raised in 1908 As if in direct refutation It f this serious though perhaps j unconscious slander on theira manhood and liberty loving spirit the tobicco growers of the county are aroused and have let belmown in unmistakable terms hat they are not to bt intimida ted by masked threats or even masked marauders That the people of the cqunty and the tobacco growers in particular o are in no humor tc be frightened by threatening letters or pros pective visits from cowardly ight riders was clearly demon strated al the recent meetings a held in the town and county I The holding of these meetings and the organizing of the growers for the protection of ail who wish brow tobacco are but incidents The fannerg are aroused and their desire to grow a crop of bacco this year instead ofsbeing checked by the threaten6 ings c the mysterious night- rider has deepened Into a detera mmatipn with which it will be dangerous to interfere The ews Leader has on a number f occasions lately pointed out the impossibility carrying put the no crOiidea in Washing Ion county Many of Our far Tersare dependent almost solely on their tobacco fields for a sup port for their families and to finish pa ing for their little farms for which some have gone l debt It is all very well forc the owner of the rich blue grass farm to wnom a tobacco crop is only a kind of side line osa1f Jcut it out raise no crop in 1908 and we who have our un sold pooled tobacco w U profits therebyThat is one of the bad features about the whole t business The rich grower tjie ig speculator and thk Big Bugs at the head of the tobacco givesmall thought to the small farmer They haveE tobim about thepreached iniqui ties of the Tobacco Trustand have been trying t3 convince him thai he has been system i atically rpbbed by mat concern for years until the poor farro r hardly knowS just where he is latV Ttiere is no trouble in finding out just where the poor tobacco groweris at the present time however He is in the middle ofa very bad fix4etween the devil and the deep ueseaI Se must grow a crop of tobacco or see his family go hungry and naked and yet ihe is threaj eried with death and dev station If he does plant a crop Nor is the very poor farmer the only sufferer from this deplorable isIthe owner of a fine Washington county farm and a big tobacco grower 1 would much prefer to raise tobacco and sell it at old time prices than to cdntirfue to 1i vein the present turmoil evenif I could get trtyfi e cents per pound for tobacco 1 Consider the depreciation iin the value of my farm which is brought about 1by tnils tQhacco jtgitatfon to rep resent a greater amount than that realized from any increase in the price of tobacco P resident fiooseytlt Says that ouidood exercise js hR eded by American people Thwts all very well bnt how can people With rheu matlsni follow that advice The answer ia simple nse Ballaads Liniment and the Liniment and the Rheutnatism will go leaving you ss spry as a colt GjyeS quick and per manebt relief from rheumatism neu lg Jlame back and all painsI Sold y the Red Cross Diug Kentucky Anarchists BY AUGUSTUS E WILSON Fromthe Independent 4Th following iletter from the Governor Kentucky is sharp and to the point and the assurance will be welcome to the whole country In answer to our telegram Gov Willsoa consented bo the publication of tiji ettex Editor Independent Somejfriend has just sent m you r issue of tho 19th of Marc- hwithed torial on Kentucky AnchisisIdonot write thi forpaijtication bacause I Deyer- make explanations or defenses- of this kind but I write you this- letter for the information of your editor The young gentleman who in EveningIwrong than any disinterested and sensible youug man that ever talked to I did not say that any man mix dup in the nightrider tobirco business was Christian or honest or a good citizen nor did I ever use the expression almightyi stubborn They are cowards and criminals felons and should be kilbd when making Attacks and should be in the penitentiary when detected after attacks IiJid not in any way COndone- r apologize or smepth over their infamous conduct V I have nbt done it in Kentucky where hey are and certainly did not dc it in NeW York wher I was thousand miles iiom them did not say there is anything to be said lor them such a statement is grossly false and in excusable There Isb nothing tan be said for them but I am hopeful that the work which his been carried out without ceasing lhe begining of these troubles will develop presently that something is done for them nd that some of them will be done orN rdtdL kdulge iu the observation about feuds in the wild mountain counties Nor did I say nightriders reeducated ordinary Americans nor did I indulge in any silly about it being purely a business trouble like oue of tyour competitions iin New YorkIcannot thing of anymore idioti stuff than this you have quoted and I cannot con eive of a man speaking as directly as positively and as seri ously as1- have done being presented to a great hjst of readers like those of your paper in such an absurd and stupid attitude It is uterly in excusable in that reporter i do not believe In palaveriri and smoothing over pniten iru y crimes that destroy Jiberty I believe in killing the criminals while in attacks and in putting everyone not killed in the peni tentiary if it took a thousand This organiza1 ion is nost dan- gErous It is a secret oath bound organization where only- a small group know each lother and different groups do not know who are in the 9 her one abd the head of the organization has thepower of fife and deatb over the members and it has spread like wildfire There are thousands of members of this- concern but there is no corn pro wise w tht1 1rrhey will be Drought to book The mattEr- vn comeout all right not by neglect or toreration but byI mercilessly following up attacking atia distroying this organiza Lion Frankort Ky A big eut or a little cut sn ill scratches er bruises or big one ar healed quickly by DeWitts Carbol ized Witch Hazel Salve It is espec ially good for pileJGet DeWitts Sldby the Red Crossv Drug Store If Those Letters liiis said that a number t VVashintrlon county1 tobacco For the Children vTo succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour Iage strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the genecal health in every way The children cannot poMlbly have cood health nuless the bowels lire fn proper condltlou Cor rect any constipation by giving small lazatlvo doses ofAyers Fills AU Tegetableugar IfrelmtKado by J Ayer Co LowenMess A Jiuo manofiMtnr or tlqershAiR VIGORI Wo htve no eeoroti Wa publlih tho formulas of ILl our medolccs threatensing and insulting letters order I9CtEecrcp of tobacco It is reported flatten of these letters c me mirked thru the mail They were p6st Earrodsourg and were sigitd Mercer County Night Riders Evidently they were written by one and the same person The language and Spelling are bad and the con struction of the letters display ignorance though iit may have been a disguise The njatter I win be investigated by the post office authorises We do not believe that any of these letters = ere written by Mercer county people though they may haye been mailnd here by Washington county people for the purpose of hiding the writers identity This is one of the most strongly organized counties in the Burley distuict and it speaks well jfor the Equity poople and their sympathizers that lj drafter load of tobacco was hauled thru Mercer county from Washing county wearing out our turn pikes much out pooled tobacco at tint and laken to Lexington and sold to the trust and there was never a single act of law lessness in regard to same al though our people if they had- e n so disposed had wonder ful opportunities lor they could have dumped it over tHe Ken tuckv river cliffs ss the wagons threaded their way down and it wouldnt have stopped rolling I ora week Harrodsburg Herald STATE ov OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO Ss LUCAS COUNTY J v Frank J Chenoy makes oath thatt be iis senior pat tner oJ the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county andstate aforaid and that said firm WIll pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and eVery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh dure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th dayof Dec ember A D1886 A V GLEJASON SEAL NOTARY IUBUC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly upon the blood amu comstrfaces of the sys teu Send fer testimonials free F J CHENEY qO Toledo O Sole by all Druggists 75c Take HailsmilyPms fos con s paion Commissioners Sale f Washington Circuit Court Ky W A Blandford et al Pills vsJ In Equity J SJ Blandlordet al Dfts By virtus of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1903 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House orin Springfield Washington county Ky on lONDAY APRIL 27 1908 At2oclock M or there about to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described prop erty to wit r A certain tract or parcel of and lying and being Washington coun tyNKy and bounded as follows On MrBadgett 0n the past by the lands of MJS Victoria Hamilton oh the South by the lands of Wiles Osbourne and theCounty Road and on the Vest by the lands of L F Wellington con taining 165 acres more or less For the purchase price the Purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute 1bonds bearing legal interest from haingeaJuigmentl which bond is executed Bidder will be required to comply promptly wlth these terms M GLEACH rAN MC W CC hOne Touch or NHIQrg M1kcs whOle Kitlfj Wheu a rooslpr lindd a blcr fat worm ho calls all the htns iIi the farmyard to come and h lreitABimilr r trait of Luiran nature in to be obsery ed waeu a man discovers something I ofIthe1ceucfit o his qco cry ThiSi ls I tbelouch of nature that makes the whole verjd kin This explains why beople who have ben cured by Chamberlains Cough Remedy write letters to the manufacturers for publication that others similarly ailing may alto use it and obtain relief Bc- hhrideeryone of these letters is a warm hearted wish of the writer to be of nse to someone else This reme dy is for sale by HaY Robertson Eggs Eggs Eggs H tv For sale from pura bred S C B Leghorn stock Price 100 for 15 orL50 fur 30 MRS L N REED I RFDNo3- Dr Weaver Syrup Ipd Cerate Mcccewftj treatment lot blood And ekin discaeea t ff FORIJW NO LIBERTY The Citizens of thea County ProtectionIAgainst NightRiders and id Uphold the Law WILL cow TOBACCO Between three and four hun dred farmers and citizens of Washington courty gathered in the court house here on last Sat urdayafterl1QPlin response to a call issued by Mr W N Keeling as President of the Citizens Law and Order League ot Washington county The meting was are inarkable one in many respects and several important poipts wte clearly demonstrated In the first place it was dearly s own that the good citizens of the county are thor ughly arous ed over threatened danger of depredations by night riders as forecasted in those recent an toy mOLe letters and that they an prepared to resist the carrying out of any such threats Another and most important thing accom pushed at the meeting is that tol bacci growers who desire toi planta crop this year in this county are assured of p election in so dog A society was form ed whose objectis to preserve la wand order i6 the county and to assure freedom to the tobarco growers in the exercise of his right either togrowor not to grow tobacco this year Several rousing speeches were mad e and the best of good feeling preyai Jed Th meeting we be li wit have the effect of re storing a feeling of rest and se urity among tobacco growers and otners whfch have been con siderably disturbed of late The meeting Was called tp order by WN Keeling who stated its object and annon need that it was order to elect a chairman Judge W E Selec man was nominated and elected chairman and J C McElroy w as chosen secretary of the meeting On motion the chair appointed the following on resolutions I n1FMr Lewis took the floor and pattrilJtiCl much enthusiasm by his scathing t denunciation of the mid night marauders and assas sins which are causing reign of terror throughout our He aopealed the StateI Kentucky to join in any move ment for the destuction of this moral and criminal pestilence which is such a blot on the f ar name of our state Mr Lewis spoke witha gre U deal of feel ing aud denounced in tbe strong est lerms the cowardly senders of those threatening letters and gaid that he would lend any as sistaqce in his power to bring hem to jus ice This meeting speaking as we believe for the whole body of Cloaks Suits Waists Skirts Departmeits J Silks an4Vdvetl Black Drew Good Colored Dress Ribbou Women Heckwer Itndkeichlefi Laces ant Totlona Linings Trimmings Wash Goods Flannels Domestics Hens Furnishings Art Needlcwork PyroEraphy China and Glassware unIt Un4erwMr Gloves Keadytowear Garments Muslin Underwear EtcJimlJ Sbo- eCarpets Draptrics and Furniture the order loving and llaw abiding cutzeuship of Washington conn ty declare the uyalty of our p ople to the constiiuti n und laws of the JUiuniry and Coij raonwealtn We recommend to all citizens to grdw a crop of tpdocountyfinancialto them protection fjr their rrops sni security for thibir per sons and property Ih orrithat the lawmy oe upheld und these great ends the chief ends governmentshacbeenestablsbed tions and laws ordained we tee oamend our citizens loorgiuize themselves fir protection for their families persons and prop erty f r effective resist n eomasktd ni h ridprs and all lawless cbaracteis who may attempt to assail them As a means of doing so we re 0 mend to tot people the apptintm nt of a number of the i iz ins of Wa h ington county from tbp seven districts thereul for the pur pose of receiving financial c n tributions aid we reconrmend to all growers of tooacco to o n tribute to said committee th sum of fifty cents ut on eajob auro of tobacco planted by them respectivel the present Seal and to our otter ct zens who believe in the mint inanc of law and brder and upholding tnt rights tf the people to contnb ute to said such tums as they may dem fit mother to provide a fund for the purpose of detect Rig criminals and re feting ef delptediltionsWashington county W e de Clare our unalterabie deermin ation by every lawful me ns in our power to uphold law and the established authorities in our countyt in the exercise of their authority for the maintenance o law and securing toaU our citizers the tiberities gitranteed andtawsis taken with malice towards tone and good will to l1r d hostility towards none save criminals who would despoil our lawIessnessliberty and property I EL THUItyfAN G C WHARTON B F SiMis CHAS IiADL JOHN W LEWIS THE AGREEMENT The following agreement wss offered and adopted at the meet- ingi and is receiving signatures of all who are in sympathy with movementWe d 1si ne citizens and tobacco growers of Washing ton county Ky do htreby form ourselves into an organization to be known as the Washington County Tobacco Growers As sociation TJhe object op said organizati n is at d shall be ttoipromott to en courage andto restore amongst the people of tile county gJod feeling ani fellowship and to provide lor the protection of propeityofsuchas desire to raise a crop of to bacco during the year 1908 and likewise for the protection of t ose who for any reason mac prefer pot to raise a crop of tobacco during sald year and to that end and for that purpose we subscribe and agree to pay to the Executive Committee herein after provided for the sum of fifty cents 5Oc upon each aero of tooacco we expect ta raise and those of us who expect to raise no tobacco this year agree to pay to said committee the sums set oppoiteJouri respective names The Executive Committee of this organization shall consist off the followingnamedcitizensand tobacco growers of Washington I county 11 L Litsev John FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Geete Caa b0b414 Omly fbreagk mv Mall Order Bcpartaeat SpecialIbis Weejc 300Spjring Low SLoe for 8245To acquaint our shoes with the vomen readers of this paper we will qffer for one week choice of any of our regular 1 3 00 low shoes in this seasons atest styles at 245 a pair Included are tan patent and dull kid leathers any size any wid h J 5015 332Mf W Market S1ru LOuisvILLE KY FREE we wlIHRdteJQ8iH iItsluewhe send tWr aM TIle LatIIeee JeuraM e- kretoeeYri fteeotalP4 E Dress Goods Silks DressTri Deftftacits Uplwdatoty dudM Carpets hoar Cortrimi ToIlet Artidtt 8eti i7t white 6ea Wukrtt SeWir Ua1IreI Ut parasol- ekhtWaIts as- Wenti JarI Wear Leather Toysand sertfAC o 1nui 01 B YeiIiu- aM HJewIIry qlttltb W t OR 1 Jat 16I 1iJ to ti rif J r II SUBSCRI71GN7IM41lAzIr 0ffJiT ti tr JI 1 z If Confidence 111 w T f 1whenahighest whb1esomehesst1iat it his nothing In it that can injure or r distress you makes the rep doubly cottortable and satisfactory r This sup eme confidence TOO have when the food is raised with IOAI It L a j Baking r k4tboI1Wfeir F I 4i The only baking powder made i with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can ben comtortii12 confi a dence when eating alum baking pOW itdel food Chemists say that mOte or Jrless of the alumpwder in unchanged alumor alum saltsremainsinthe food w 11th Colvin OLB iyoo Joe Bg KeightlefWmand W N Keeling The members of said committee shall have the right by uuamm ousagreemeitc to ddto their number such other tobacro growers of the county as they may thinkndisaole The Executive Committee shall have exclusive control of the moneys colldctd as herein piov dedIOr and shall payback prorata to eacJJ member of this organization such as miyj re main unexpended on January 1st 1909 For the purposc of malnngthis organization effective we each aggree to respond promptly t any call that may bemad by the Executive Committee upon out time or seryic The Executive Committe- ehh hoik itr first meeting fOr the purpose oft organizing at Springfield Ky on thedayof April 1908 Continued onjpage2 huvncls 6C people who have ha stomach trouble This la What one man says oj ikj E 4C DeWjtt Sc Co Chicago 111GentlemenIn1- 897I had a disease of the stomach bowels I could not digest any ng I ate and in the Spring of 1902 r bought a bottle pf Kodol and the benefit I zeceived from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could no buy I still use a little occasionally iinl it a One blood purifier and a od tonic May ysu live long and prosper yours Very truly C N Cornell Boding df Anj2V 1906 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Agents Wanted J6x20 crayon portraits 40 cents frame It cents and up sheet picturos one cent each1 lou can make 400per cent profitt or 600per week Catalogue and samples free FRANK W WILLIAMS i08 WTaylor St Chicago 111 Advertisement For Bids v iPursuant to an ordinance passed bv tha Citv Council of the City of Springfield Ky at the regular meeting in March we the undersigned inmittee will on Thursday Aprl 9 1908 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout receive sealed bids for repairing StreetfrorbIWalnut Street extending East to the City Hmfts pectiqa tions will be furnished prospec tive bidders on application The Committee will meet at the office of City Attorney W FGnsfsby I 1OFWBATONCornm tt bcrlal ijaSlhC Pr1rc a jjCh Jrc G Hanraban a promi druggist ot Portsrabnth Va says4tFor the past six rears I have sold and recommended J2JUmtorlains Colic Cholera an piarrte a Remedy It is a great renjecly alia one of tk bestpAet m tchietQt1 th irketI- hande some othera iorampq- rpose tbatayme a iargkprofU but this r61l56 sure toeEect cure and iaV ustp s certain to appreciate yn NJi ng it to thQereflceI4ci + i Tflt ENNEDYS r tNI CMJGH SYJ- b 1f f i rc i One Armed MB r Add Colem in WbOHriC kti hand isoffstt the rlt p tojied a heroic deed Tuesday worKr lug when he prevented QP 17 i avair aged thirt ei11nfrom drowning The boysithr J his brother was standiDgloiiVtbiiv railrcad trestlenear thcolorcil k Methodist church and WM ei j r l dearoring to push the drift aVsj f f from an abutment of ihe bi1i jwhen be tumbled bead fort naolit c into thS creek whicfl w ruti ning over its banks aod h4submerged several YArds in Ui 4 vicinity1 Toe swift curreat car riedthe ttwicedrowned against somt drift when Mr Coleman hurried tb tbe rescue and grabbing a bo called to the boy to take bold of it The lad did so ind llMOotr l t arme man drew him to sffT lwith the loss of his bat The creekat this point is very rapid and dangerous and beoaWM IilI L thp heavy rains was as bih aa 4 it has been in years I5isjs f Wicketsham who WjM nryalso rendered all possibU aid iM r saving the boy This titts VIr Coleman to a Cariw W Fiinedal Harrodsburf Her W that languid lifeless fe tte that w t comes with Spring amd earljr wJMktrV can be quicklp chang dI tf t a feeling of buoyancy aad eaergf yo t istorativei ftoff f4fueYthatDrShQop Rees ntlT Wifactually restcainjf that tired ft l l The indoor life of Ttlmter nearly al J r lays leads to slug fish bowcii a 4tfs F sluggislj circnlatiofi in federal TW customary lack ofexerctoe aaA M Jdoor air ties up the Uyer f i the kidneys and ofttlaM w u 1Lthe heart action Use Dr Uhsis Restorative a few weelv aad Hr nriJt be = b ngedA few days best wilt lt H tell you thatyou are us1iac tfct irfgiit 1 jremedr You will ea ily z rf jAeiy note the change fra day t isy fSold by the Jted Croat Dnuj More i itPt iiHors1a 1ll1 I hd located ia 8priSMI j and want to eafage handle and tnina t 1taand harness X have wj t rtforIcaB be io Mia4 ibe 1tiII c4Gronedt i3oox- LesrIn Y ttsa ttI iiItatIos tv i WidSe4ieAs we Uara anI w We Ira tb h tpleunt1JI ur optnlujvii t tJljJ j P150S CR Rackd Co tear the huw tlleuatotM consumpuoo sit yotir c JlfBr obtain nenscetOI9er the sr Ehas Iftn from coughsftod ltnifacentisas Ail ruUb U 1 = J iii NEWSLEADER 5a14aDYazY zuT aPltllIGPlEOKVIt 1 Jt L DAVI9ON jr ff1 I THUIWCK iii I rwaITci are authorized to announce l WON BZX JOHNSON asa candidate o I tflbrreclcctkM to Caagtess from tlsJt tb Fourtk matiDwiwcrmtic PartyitsIJl r in tfie Society of iYtUitr bsioos very indignantha It i tf latiouilJmad to tbfff ct that the ocietyisre apoatiWe for the reign of terror BQW tzMliif throughout the tobacco Mctioa of Kentucky To t1 MJ that UM rjmk and file meD br are jeiponsible or that they lo sot deplore the present state of affairs woild be a great in jus tCS to a large number of good baIj a we certainly do notT t 1tJh to be understood to mkEPl jwch a charge Some of the ppiitys beet and most honorable dtbeoa art members iof the So cittjof ipguitj They joinedI When they beleived they werE aiding in a good cause and tthdioriginal platform of the society Itsanro nced objects Were worthy deiigned to benefit the far mer Ea aity ndthei cause have r siffertd at tne hands of oveaI 1 aetloua and unscrupulous lead en Too many indammatory ptjtch4 i have been tmade The idea ha been put forth that the dietagardlewi of the means employed LeAble and lawless element bus been ld tobeleive that it would te I diLt Tfaare isnoi denying the fact that these night riaersare de t toting their energies to carrying but the policies and plans of the Society of Equity namely the pooling of tobacco and the cutt ting put of the crop of 3908 T 0 bf sure the methods adopted for 4the accomplishment of these soda by these midnight marau ders are not such as will meet the approval of any good Equity man opt the results are ths re aad it spould teach the leader Sof that ociety the danger of ad vocaiiDg coercion in anything in Vfree country Mr Sti Bowen of Wayne W Va writes ft was a sufferer tom i kidney disease so that at time coQld not get out ofbel and when did I could not stand straight I tools tSenSIe entirely Foleys Kidne Cure worku wonders where others ire total failures Sold by ths Red Cross Drug Store f t 5r r l1FOrr wand Liberty tI SI o Continued from page 1 t Judge LH Thurman in pre senting the agreement which h Ir publisTied above made a strong plea on the situation in which he denounced in strong teroab tEe methods and threats of those unkAoivn lindividuals who ar ab tempting to terrorize he good people df our County Judge TCturmitn urged action on tthe part of the citizens and made some practical suggestions as to organizing some of which are embodied in the resolutions and agreement adopted He said the people cf the county could well t affordto spend 5000 if necess ry tdapprehend the writer of those ta ominous letters Judge jJTh1lrman promIsed to lend every aid powibie in tile work of pio tecting toe citizens from ther tkreatened deptedations Rev RE 0 Lawson pastor fI ot lIe Presbyterian church 1made a strong talk in which he deplored the condition which XMW exists in OQV proud ldtCbmmoiiweatth fie said that if the present state of affairs fcontiuuedKentuckisWu1di frMsin headtf il1 Iawfai liet At rWoilwgighton the State by sih Jw f marauders He jKMuwed that be WAS ready to FMpoid to any call for ussit liipjii IJM deifence of property IS JlrLWSJldIn In tobW aU to leimber that tfr LOt4 iSM MaMl k put tiust in y 3StJr Willigms pastor f10 W l Bsptist cburcbJJ 119S ttc j pledged his support to the ef fqrt for the suppression of lawI l thelpeopleand not to indulge of R retafiaticpe7 Lyon presentI Elder os this conference Metnddist church was and made a few femarbs He told of his experience at Hop sville where the big raids aaade by night riders Rev Lyou said that hq denQunced from bis pulpit the work Qf ibese rauders in that section t later on whew the mob theIvisit to Hopkinsville parsonage in which he had l ved was riddled with b anotherId been phunged to cuarge by that time he declared he re would have been glad ddressedIbeen there to back up fiance of the lawless Mr WC McChord the meeting at some lengtb told what he had done to ersIorganizing the tobacco gro 9C of 1ckco growers which had easant Grove aboujt o visit throughIand ithe farmers tobacco growers out the county for puiposeaof persuading them to pool to Ined7tio ov p Iering letters Indeed he said that Yt ab Iut9said he would suppressionImovement for the ofMrTburman arose and said that he ffertI with Mr McOlurd in his estimate of the threatenin- gttersthat he would not get oue and take it home to his wife for a thousand dollars if it could be prevented Mr Lewis also r dwitb Mr McChords views on that point and stated that in all of the night riders raids in other parts of the state theyisils of the marauder had in nearly every case beej pre ceded by justsucn letters MEETING AT WILLTSBUftGI A big meeting Lt tobacco men was help tiLt Willisburg on Saturday afternoon also A strong Law and OrderLeague was formed bind to judge from the inter tlsectlUntl ffending their IT lieS and prop e ty against any violence and are determintd to hlainfta crop off tobaccaif they seetitt Squirt Nimrod Hendren was elected J nhtirthanGeorge Colin mdean especiallyr strong speech in denouncm theI acts of lawjessn ss and urgingI jal good citizens to jjon theLav and Order League for the protec ion of the liberty and property Of the tobacco growers of the county sAformedinev r pecinct in the county and for that purpose uetings have been called Be lowIsal list of appointments made so far LAW AND ORDER Meetings will be hed ondII speeches made at the places for the purpose of organ izing branches ot the Citizens Law and Order League of Wash ington county All interested iini tbeBUppression of lawlessness and in the protection of their homes atd property should at fend Brush GrovesFriday after tflOfly Utand G C Wbarton Kirkland Saturflay afternoon April 11 Judge I H Thurman and W F Grigs y Cardwell Saturday afternoon April 11 George Colvin ana Squire Nimrod Hendren Mackvirle Saturday night April 11 ludge r H Thurman George Colvin and W M Nally A Knocker i81I man who cant see good in any person or thing Its a habit caused b va disordered liver If you find thingshroughlliver to a good cleaning out process with Ballards Krrbine A sure cure indigesionl leSold+ Tick CreekS tCharles Ball swaped a two YJeiJcefosametoillefsMAlaTyt C aoJohnTobiurJ E Anderson sold ei- ghtjjjjjS II I iti ii iiii ii i i IIGRI EAT tV 1 1 1ii t 1 DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GOODS r I t r V usual We are oftering to the trade a1upto date and complet line of Spring Goods and have made L LiIIAsI once recognize as being low We invite you to come to see us and we believe you will after have prices that the buyer quoted below you given attentionto the 1 1 Dress Goods fI100 For Plain and Fancy Voils worth 125 lOQ For Crape C oth worth L 125 I 1 00 bur All Wool Diagonals worth H 11 35 50 For 42ih Albatros worth r 75 50 For 40 in Veils wrthtj 5 50 For 40in Serge worth 65 50 For 44 in Mohair worth Ip 75 125 For black Alurous Voi Is worth i 175I II 90rQr 54 inch black Sicillias worth t 1 2 I G1ovesH 20 inch black and white Silk Gloves 1 50 20 inch black white and tan IJise Gloves 1 00 16 inch black and white Silk Gloves 1 QO I 2 clasp doable tip Silk Gloves 75 2 clasp Silk Taffeta Gloves i 50 16 button l ckandcqlored kid glovqs 12 button colored kid gloyes I Tj Hope Cotton 9n Masbnville Cotton IQc Good 36 inch Bleached 8c I Best Celicds 5c BestChecIGrnghanp7pair at 50c 75c- l 1t25 200 II and up to 6 per pair CUNNINCHHM Ilr ci I II iii 1 IIr l e hoats Case Brady for 4J nts ppr pound Frank Haydon has delivered his crop jf tobacco the American Tobacco GoM of 4banon Mrs Rachel Anderson and daughter Miry spent Saturday with Mr Loula Anderson Mr Frank aaydon Sr oftFern Hill visited his qother llast Saturday at Springfieid Mr George Goode wife and daughter Annie of Stewart sp Saturday night and Sun day with the latters mother Ben ugg MisBeckie Stumph has re turned home after a pleasant vi itto her brother Henry Stumph of Sunnyside Mr R M Anderson has re turned home atter a weeks visit tto Mrs Georgian Anderou edr Fenwick Carter Hall visited J N An drson near Teas Saturday ArCard This is to certify ttall druggists are anthorized ro refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar fail to Sure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and con umjaion Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yet llow packa re Refuse bubstitutcs Sold by the 3ed Cross Drug Store jofMrfine ffiveyearold bay mare for 200 Mr John Colvin bouglit off Wm Satfprly a nice bunch of shoats at 41 cents per pound Mr Ed Drury who has beer in Jed for several weeks wilt pneumonia is on tne road re coyeryII Miss Myrtie Yeager has returned from Louisville with a nice line of goods Mr W Jenkins bought of Mr OJeo Drury a bay horse for 120 Mr John Chris1e son andson of Rosa Hill Mercer county are VanScrogham IMr Van Scrogharo arid Edd EhgeDrury had a tight in L Laces and Embroideries in great variety Match sets in Jaconet Swiss and Nainsook Em broideries I rH We are showing the most up to date line of Mens fine Shoes we have ever shown J Floer pim Gos in Patent Gun Metall aid Tan Buttons Bals and Oxfords 4 50 to 5 W L Douglas Co Patent Gun Metal and Tau button baljand oxfords 250 to 350 Cos fine shoes for women patent- and tan in balsand buttons Patent tan and blk Zoza Kid in Oxford and fancy ties You should inspect our stock of Shoes beforebuy ing j I i i i I to nt to millinery G l this vicinity last week with knives and clubs nobody being mortally wounded Mr Scrog ham had the Drury boys arrest iinesdayii 5 apiece an cost Drurys attorney was George William from LawrenceKurg and Eq E B Brown was Commonwealth at ttorney Mr Josh Drury and Cleo were were in Lawrenceburg on business last Friday Oleo bought a nice mare for 570 Mr John Sea bought of Mr Theers Bergiu a fine horse 150 Most all of the farmers in ttis community say all the earl y fruit is killed We are having lots of ram and the farmers will be late with their crops The stock John Colvin sto- oastyari90 belongs to An d rson and Graham this year They paid their money for the stock and some people still11 think that thev are sill Cclvins sock but itis a mistake BeBtT Pure Foofl aand DratiaVr tllatjFoloysoolds and long troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or er harmful drngs and we recom Store LoUR RunIit The farmers are verv busy plowing and fixing for their crops I think the farme have decided to rttise tobaccol this year Mr Leslie Coyle bouaht six lJarpenLerfor MrR LArnolct bought a lot of hogs from Wocdspn Cove reprl1lrssick at this writing ynFynniel was in Spingfietd one claj last week shopping edjthespcedjIj 1 0 LADIES of the Town and County Tn my green bouse on the Lebanon ro id I have the nicest assortment of yourg plants all kinds and Ferns IIWII see my pants before you sronagepurchase elsewhere Your oat may call me over phpne Bert Uins adyance I am tv oursTry JOHN TULiljS Whitei Goods and Wash Goods 4035ci 50SOc2535c7550for7520c3517lcv Shoes KrippehdorfDittman = COL JOHN I Dark bay 153 hands fine style speed and action Five year old This colt is a son of the jreat Onward Silver for merlI owned by J L Druien of Bard town aId winner of t he Tran vlvanja1 stakes at Lexing ton nd with ar record of a mile in26ii and two miles in 4 28i forr21030 and was taken to Ituly Onwr rd Silveris a son of On ward 1141 record2 5t and the sire of nine performers with records of from 2C5 to 210 and 130withItItarecords of214 and better On ward is a son of George Wilkes 222 and out ot Sylvian Maid by berdeenslreof Kentuc Union 207f Cot John ls dam is Kt Kate iTundlej sired by Naboth 1898 son of Walsmghamby Geb Wilkes Kafce Hundleys first dam was Helen fl daoi of Claret 228 by Metropolitan son of Hit bletonian 10 and full brother to R enna Vicoria dam of Eu cld 219 and Princeton 226ij Rierja Victoria sold for 4800 t McEerrans sale dam Nelly Anderson Worry 223 by Gills Vermont sire of BovnerB 223knd dams of 13in230i I ots219V sire of Eyelet 26tJJ Guinette 204 Lottie ventyfiveThird dam Miss Anderson Iby Garrard Chief Coll John 1will make the present season at tl5 To Insure a Living Colt lord Bacon Is a black Jck 15J bands fine bone and muscle He is by Dick Purrolts Jacn he by Lelcherrf Jack be by Governor Wood he is out of la fine Jeonett by Gov ernor andber dam by old Black Hawk o ton could notfiner breeding He will make the season at JIOFbr Mare and 8 For Horse Colt breedfare call at my stibh s 2i miles East of Springfied on the Springfield on the Springfield nd Perry ville pke and see my stockf Care will be taken to avoid accidents but will nOt be responsible should any occur i Leln retained onaIL colts until ason 19 paid and money duec when colt is foaled or mare is parted with or bred elsewhereA Early Risers V hksa IT f ASeinshimer UpToDateI Petticoats st5 00 3 00 Skirts n o 2 50Arang 50Whiter 00 7 SilverShirtwarrnketwe in 12000 ROLLS WALL PAPER a great of newest desbgs and combinations 4c to35c per Napffkins Towels CARPETS U5t50J L I ii1Iii DUN CRN ii I Q KIRKLAND nIflt Flowers armrbaPkngLyotin 1SjCOnd RHEDELENq Shirts Linens Si J ftt i i iSII r Main Tobacco Warehouse CoI 5 INX RPGRAED rj 4 MAIN STREET HOUSE If OWENQUISENBERRY CO ManagersS192325 West Main t Bet 10th J d LOUISVILLE kr i CHARGES aI f2 i I DailyBest 1 RetJrnsPromptIYMade 5S vIMark Hogsheads STREET HOUSEs i iI t iGoldellj AD- s t Buff GrpMngtonss j pf the best and mos popular breeds Bred th ell very best strains rEggg 1 Per 115 Satisfaction guaranteed Mrs C R CLEMENTS rr No5 Springfield Ky Phone 175 2 shorts 1 long Hardest Schoolhpuse There will he an abundarce pf fruit of all kinds in this commu nitS if there is no more frfeezio grI weather to hill hem which we hope there will not be lIrWI B Vandyke was a guest at the home of Mr i H Gray SatiirdUy night and Sunday Mr W B Shirlev and wife cIfl WtljL1eLLSturnyiviclit wj h tim lattet j pareutiS Mi atid Mrs W S Y Gopdlett pf this place Miss Ollie Gray opened herI millinery establishment at Pplin April 6h Mr Charley Sparrow who has I been on the sick list for some time Iam sonsy to report no ibetter this writing t e UfI off Mrs JlB Gray Thursday ON LoolcEabf as soAaswouldits dafe to say that thV healtbicst t baby would win the prize No baby it anzU1wcjrms and most babies do nnjess they are kept free from them with Whites crenn Acts- uLckiyyet raildlv is pury toJrrisechlldren i jiermifugee iRed crosa Stcre Rei Clothing J 1 t t Hart Schaffner Marx Suit the best Mens Suits manufactured Every garment guar nt ed Prices J8 to 30 Mock Brennan Co s Weflwotth SuitslD in price 7 50 to 21 OO H rang CosPefection Suits for Y utbstBoys and cnildren Always Reliable and I 4 Petticoats S7 00 Silk I Heather Bloom 200 them in variety from Roll at Spcjal Prices on 1 t Table 0 and f 1 f Oar carpet com Axministers 115 135 Velvetn 125 Tapestries B5c Linoleums 50c 6Qc yards 1fcto 406 alt kind amd all sizes rz Street i INDEPENDEET Street 9th I Best Your Two from vermifuge ltfOVI1 Druj 4000 Jt II IilltLVii iII iWi IiIIiiw 11C11TsU7DARE i f = r J t CHESTNUT TJAREyls a large handsome saddle andiarhei 1eTe fiS novrneu Chl family IDsSire is Chester Dare 10 and his dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief the sire of Harrison Chief theagrand sire of the greatMont qmery Chief and Bourbon King A test of the breeding qualties ofa horse is the saIeandhoWrlnEfi 3to the sale ritig he sired the highest lotof Ii5 eversold 1Seight in aU riven by th County Fair Is tion at our last fairhis yearllns won sIx of the fightribbonaa Aseocla f 1 tied itt full rings He sired the winnjng twoyearold and tltsecond premium 3yearold mares in rings of seven entries iwhile he was shown only twice In saddle and harness nngsof eiktentrIes ant won easily Mr Allen who Was selectejiy the pair ICompany and Considered a fair and impartial Judge said his coltsof 18 entries had more style and finish than any lot of colts he eversaw in one ring comparison of hisring of colts to those eC 1 J other horses at our own fair and other county and state fairs I athe breeders to vleasnotice and consider before breeding elseWOwhere He not only produced sellers at weanlings but sellers amd lS show horses as they advince in age I agaIn solicIt thepatoeageof all owners of good mares in this and adjoining co ntJfv3 This horse will make the easonat myplacenearStNgeldat 1 20 9O iDSurf alaiiflg Colt I will asb stand my paddle stallion Lexington Prjnoi7 j 3 atJO and two No 1 Ja 3ks at 10 lor nuti ulles- 1f and 8forlforse mules i J B B Leachman jR f i3 Spdngfid Ky tY 1 t f M led as Y CureFor ergo Besides being an excellent remedy r coldS and throat troubles Cham erhimis Coug lielnedy is dnqUalnl a corepr croup Jays Harry Wil n of Waynctowu Ipd When given soon as the croupy cough appears hin aemcdy wilprcvent the attack is used succeasfuly In many thoua ds of homes For sale by liay don jIj To cure dyspepslaFirst give away our chafing dlBhrSoineryllle Journal- DeWIUs Liftie Early ii58 tiiJj ntis i5tiie iicrpLJls OI Y d Grot a Drag Sf reYI stock is plete worth 1 worth worth Mattings rugs 1 and MAIN priced Washington harness A cmn1 Uj1j IWell3 REMEDY iNt nlrrJ il k Ss = = = == tf1 w LIUtJ o QLJ EDcRossDuasToMS rr ir DL G fTBUETON- NIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED ITHOiiT PAIN O V Tlif i1I Main BPBOTQfllLDIGr All Dental Work Strictly Fintclmir DR J a IIIUDDk- JiGfLt lid Slrgeol- J Offiot bcmrs sto9a m3 1t22pm6- ee over Haydons Drugstore JIIlamptonM D Office to tImJfovse Qt41Arbist Nt IR skicHce Ne 38 4 4IW1F5 GRIGSBY- ATtORNEYADLAW OSH scOes kale 8PtIDfG FIELD KY V Dr lt W HYATT 0r11J1MSPAULDING Office over Red Cross Drug- Store Office boura Hyatt 1030 4m to 12m 4 to 5 pm SJp ald ttg 2 to 4 p mlndllnight JOJINIMAYESmm AID IICEISEB EMBALMER r TELEPHONE PAYHOINIQHT 74 SPRIK6FIELD n k Ralpoad Schedule l i 0 Following iis the tim schedule jiiow in effect on the EJardstowo and Springfield branch railroad ofJ So 41Leyes Louisville at 4iO pi Bardstown Junction 522 pm Br town o06 pm arrivo 8At Springfield 705 p m- lJNoi20 a aa Bardstown 607 am Bardtowi Junction 650 am frnY6 atLQuisyille 740 am osULeaves Louisville at S20 am Bardstown Junction 110 aim Bardsto wn 11 00 am t jurrrm ttjSprmgfield 1280 pm Nof44Leave Springfield aC 100 pE Bardstovn 220 pm Bardstown Jnnotion 435 pm irriva at Louisville 545 pm DNp 00 Sundays only Leaved Springfield at 715 am Bards iowa 8 am Bardstown JunctiOn 845 am arrive at Louisville 1 2bLM No 91 Sandays onlyLeaves Loulaville at 6 pm Bardstown Jm ctip 645 p toi Bards town 710 p mjl arrive at Springfield ff5p N TREES PlIit aid Ofuinental N iJJ ETtrjrihin for Orchard Lawn and Garden Jnr Strawberry Flsntsr moneY makers Try tlW Write for freec talognes We have ao agents H F HlIIENMEYER SONS LexiDgtonvK jl E ShelbV J Breeder of Wm Jersey logs d H- ram booking orders now for Spring pigs JliFQ Springfield Ky li1 EGGS 1 IOR HATGHIHG iji t5 t3i White Leghorn S C Rhode Island JledstPit Games a iiiffOrpington tpington Sto from Mrs Iglehartl of IJiiKHii cwihty Eggs from any t oftiheaboT varieties at JIiQfrStttfftg o115- T lIuntk Bronze Turk ys Wright Strain Pen bead db r j Ton roBD Mrs E JlBarr Ituctnjy- ErI2C sEadt TLi EtnbdenGeesE Mrs B r Jsckosoclk C 10 0Ii e4 ItIi JUMMWt DFdU 10 owitl ttcbi f t J 1 E BALLARDKy J MH Hfiuffl J flOWN Local Happenings or Interest i The Freshest and Latest 1 AI I AltoutiYo urs elf Friends I and Acquaintances t JI I bavesone mules 1 will Ipaa put or sell John Parrot Refrigeratory andscreen dbors at Beachman Cmpbellsjj Trythend structiblepbono graph records atKussells WANTED To buy somesteers weighing from 700 to 800 pounds JC IvicElroy Get thg latest popular music for your IphoEOgraph at E M Russells 1INew fohonograph cords Edison and Columbia atE M Russ 1lsJ t A nice line of babv buggies and go crts at Leachman Campbells new furniture store sale a pairof three Ihavetor mules L T SPALDING FOR S fLEGood milk cow and calf also ooa butchers stuff f I F CASE BRADY new rub he one setFORSfLEAnearlY Lyon You cint break emyou cant wea enc out The indes tructible photograph records at Russells f have i ja few strawberry plants at 25cpe hundred and red raspberries at 50 cte ISAAC CURR- YFORALEASmiths v Pre l ier type writer in good shape nd will sell cheap apply to Clifford Roberts JSTetf Leader office The typringfiejd bowling team went to ardistowh last Tuesday and defeated the team of that city best two out of three games The scores on both sides were much beIow the average Rev Ai P Lyons of Etzabeth Ito vn residing Elder of the Lebano District of the M E church held quarterly meeting l at the ethodist church Satur day big it and Sue dayJl MrHL Brady of the Prathers Creek neighborhood owns tvo mares that have given birth tc four mule colts this spring Unfortunately M r Brady only saved one colt but of the four WANTED To buy Oak anJ Beech umber j will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and teach FJooriog Write to Ken tucky Etardwood Flooring Co Beech StJ or Woodland Ave Louisville Ky Iiitlile Black Lamb The Village Constable My Ga Irene and RumtiddeyUm tumtay are a few of the new selections on the Edison indes trucUtei records For sale only by E M Russell The Fiscal court held a session on Tu sday and fixed the county levy Twentyfive cents was allowed fir turnpikes and 25 cents for general purposes Appropriations were made for the building of two short turnpikes =Meksrs James Sweeney and Lavega01ements two oiominent attorneys of Owensboro were here the nrstoftbe week to take some depositions to bB used in a contest over the estate left by an old gentleman by the n1mQf SettleS who was brotieri of the late Mr Jeff Sett es of this county A memorial service for the late JT JM Burtou was held at the Christian church on last geII waa fitting tribute to theme orY of a good manAp pro priate remarks were made bj Rev Rogers of the Christian church Rev Lawson of the Presbyteran church and Re Wi of the baptist church tams Ijlr Augustus Ott and Mis Bdaa McLaughlin surprised their friends here by being mar riei in Jefferson ville on Apri 1s1by a Magistrate Miss Mc L hUn ws visiting friends in WjUg and went from that I1 td Louisville where she wametby Mr Ott and they crossed over to Jeffoa nville iTtidwere married Tjiay return cd to Springfield Sunday an- daeat the WtltonSJ6i TOPIG81I MiUM1Iq cq Owing to the scarcity of beef cattle tne price of beef har ad ranced in all the cities end locally with no relief until May Present prices are i Ppterhouse 18c Standard 12fct Round 18c Plate and Brisket lOc J DELLA CARPENTER NOTICE For the next thirty days Tge will give a guarantee with every 50c box of MIona to refund the money if it fails to cure indigestion an9a1 stomach troubles The Rt4 Cross Drug- Store Notice f fAn persons indebted to estate- ofJ fiJ Burton deceased please call at Peoples Deposit Bank and settle their accounts iltisj necessary that the estate be settled immediately Also all persops holding claims against said estatepresent them properly proven rA BqUT W REIExecutor JM Burton decq J Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield county court day with a nice lot of flowers and pants 1 J GEO R MATTING To Sewing Machine Buyers r One half cr load of the iluest Davis machines that was eyei shipped to your city We will now giveto any Sewing Machine Co SlOOto sew with us We havethe lOGS style If you wish to see one drop us a card and we wit yisit your home and showS you a grand sewing machine Wll take yourold onein ex chapge Write us at Springfield Ky N R Z V LONGI Closing Out At Cost l JtO Molasses 35c galJond 2 sticks wiggle stick blue 5c prunes 7c per Ib navy beans oc Ib pure pepper 20c Ib 12 Ib dritd beef10c 2 cans red seal lye 15c three 5c pacl ages Dun lams cocannt lOc 3 cakes Furman family soap lOc 3 cakes LongTom lOc 3 cakes Sunny Monday soap lOc 3 cakes Fairy soap lOc3 cakes glycerine tar soap lOc sweet picklesocl 1 box seeded raisins bc 1 p und black detilOcoI j he IItI cure iOo11siI Materials and untrimmedhts issued to order Calla sea stock Hats KNOTTOpposite First National Bank iP FCNAL- Misfe Pearl Goatley hasre turne fram Franklin Ind where she visited friends Miss Willa Knott was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday selecting hats for her spring trad Miss Ernestine Knot has re turned hom from Nazareth for a rest and medical treatment- Messrs Vf E Butler of New Hdce AlaJnd X C Butler of Paint Rock Ala visited their sister IlSr D Claybrooke the latter of the weekpart Mrs R H jMcElroyisvisiting her mother at Campbellsville ir Lee Mclntire of Wood lawn was here Monday Mrs W W Hyatt of Willis burg spent Tuesday with Ms M L Searcy Miss Etia Croake of Croakes spent Monday with Miss Ella Shauuty Mr Bridges of Louisville an xpert well driller is here and und has contracted to drill sev eial wells in town and in the LouIrifle is at home for a visit with his parents Maj JL Wharton and Mrs Wharton MissesLydIa and Hallie Hus ton ef Maud were in tawn onI last Saturday Miss Elizabeth Lee has return ed home after several months absence teaching scnool at Pros pect Jefferson county Mies Willa McMillan who has been taking a course iin st nog raphy in Bowlitg Green has re turned home Miss Francis Martin has been engaged by vhs Williains the milliner to help during the busy season Mr Will Sti1 sff Bardstown was a guest of Mr Hugh StIles Monday Mr John Roberts was home unday from Middlesboro where he is employed as pharmacist IMrs W H Evans and MiSI REd BAND BRAND CANDY tOe PER LB McELROY SHADERS SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR CHSH For Saturday April 11th 3 Ib can standard Tomato for lOc3 for 25 3 tans best i10c corn for 25 2 cans best 15c peas 25 3 cans best 10o peasS 25 1 can White Horse Pears extra u 25 3 canB Snider s lOc Pork and Beans for 25 1 can Monarch Cut Asparagus reg 35c for 30 3 boxes Jello regular beS2- 5GbarsBDorR W Soap L 25 7 bars Lenox Soap V 25 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate for dply 10 1 can I C Baking Powder 25c size 20 2 cans I G Baking Powder 15c size N 25 1 dozen nice California Lemons reg 20c 15t 1 doz n Oranges reg 30c valuefor H 20 1 sack Purina Whole Wheat Flour 50 1 sack Purina cluck feed for the litile chickens 25 1 sack Purina scratch teed for the hens v f 25 The Above Prices Should Interest You Bring Us Your J EGGS We Pay Cash Yours Tr- ulMcFIroy Shader Spiipillraeryr DISPLAY l Thursday Aft rnoon Friday pd Saturday r N west creations in Trimmed and Tailored Hats also a full line pf Childrens Hats are now open for your inspection to be my of MISS Rhoda Evans of Lebanon are here for the opening of the Evans MillineryCo Prof George Colvm spent Sunday at Fairfield with his parents Mrs Gblvin and Miss Isa Cohrin returned hQme Sun day after several days visit at FairfieldJ Mr Jeptha Wilson has re turned from a visit to his brother at Corydon Irid Little Joe Pettus is very ill with bronchial pneumonia Miss Ethel Bush of tfelsoo coTunty was a guest of Miss Laura Shehan Saturday and Sunday Miss E get Simms and Mr Will ONan were in Lebanon Monday Mr Joe Wycoff of Lebanon js herefor a Visit of two weeks MissNanie Shehan of Maud was in town yesterday Miss Fannie B Smith ot Bloomfield is visiting tiJ o Msses Shaperobrs J 1 Wimsett was in Louisville the first of the week Mr H P iMcChord has re Signedi his position as manager of the telephone company at Hopkinsvile and tie and Mrs M Chord have eturned here t Kennedys Laxative Cough yrup the c uh syrup that tastes pearly as good as mapei sugar and which Children like wtfll to take Unlike nearly all othar roojjli remedies it does net constipate but on the other hand it acts promptly yet gently on the bowels fhrou h which the cold is forced out of tTe system and at the same time it allays inflamation Al waysUse Kennedy Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by thh Red Cross Drtfg Store Allens Confectionery SThe place to get Soft Drinks Ice Cream and Soda WaterS The best and freshest of Candiesand Fruits always on hand Main Street next to Wal ton Hotel Leon Allen Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky G D Bodine SPuffIts Equity et al Dfts rurnelperringer Judgment and order Washington Circuit the February term style cause Ishall proceed to offer for sale at the SpringfieldWtshington MONDAY APRIL 27 1908 At2 oclock P Mor there about to the highest bidder at public aqction twelvethonthserty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Washirigtpu coun CartwrightJLeekNorth by the llands of Sameel R Grundy Philetus Barber and T S Grundyi on the south by the lands of Frank Clements John Walker and the1andwest by the lands of Frank Clements cpntainlng 157 acres more or less Amount ofdebt S250000 13000Estimated Total 8266750 SFor the rchase purchaserapprovedsecuthy interestifromdate vingtheJudthentAforwhichpromptlywithM G LEACHMAN M C W C C The Kidpeys are delicate and asn sative o1ausandare very likely a DeIa1veryweakened Kidneys Arid allay trouble arisiri from inflamatino of tfie biad III DrugStorde j 7 w OORlfiSVlLLE Dr Shehan was in Lois ilJe Friday Mr Donavan and wife of Spencer county spent Sunday with Mr James Cull and family WoodlawoisTea Hardin this Week Bob1littheir grandparents Mr Jeff Smith lMr Lesson Moore and moth i wifelare visiting in Hardin county county this week Mr James Cull and son Will spent a few days in Spencer county the past week Louisyillefilled SuodayMr James Cull and family of near Bloomfield visited the hon e of Mr James Cull the past week children visitmg ofMrthe 6th day of April of spinal 36hoursfollowingThefamilyentire communityS illinery Opening WILLIAMSS April 10 and 11 An exclusive line of Pattern Hats stylish Tailored and Trimmed Hats will be shown on the 10th and llth of April Also Ladies Furnishings My new store is better adapted to mUlinery business than the old and a larger line of hats will be shown than heretofore Thanking the public for past favors I ask a liberal share of your patronage this Reason Williams Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Painj cODgeshonunnatural Snoops Pink Pain tablets simply coax contested blood away from pain centers These tablet known by druggists as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the bood circulation and then pain always de parts hi 20 minutes 20 tablets 25c Write Dr Shoqp acinel WisJ for free package Sold by the Red Cross Drilg Store Mclnfire Mr Will Jphnston attended county court in Lebanon Monday Mrs Bell Hill spent last week with her daughter Mrs R AIWbeatley Miss Emma Ensor visited her aunt Mrs SQHenaren at Gasburg lat weeK Mrs Leo Medley left last weekI to visit her parents at Seattle WashingtnSMisses Mary Hose and Lossie Fields spent one day last week with their uncle Mr Burr Jbield at MantonSMr Peter Graves and old andI highly respected citizen of the Bear Wallow neighborhood departed this life April 3rd afterI a lingering illness of pneumonia and 4a grippe After mast at Manton the remains were laid to rest in St Rose cemetery Deceased is survived by a wife and nine children and several brothers The writer extends sympathy to tthe sorrow stricken cries Mr and Mrs Tour Blandford spent one day this week at the home of Mrs Theresa Blandforciv Cleveland the son of Hillary Osbourne happened to a painful though not serious accident lastj Saturday While watering some horses one of them kicked him on the leg inflifciing a painful woudCHAP 4llu to AYoiJ icpekicids Most victims of Adpaudicitls are thoac Whovare babitnally conatipated Grind Laxative Emit Syrup cares chronic constipation byjstinmlatinff the Uyer and bowels andestor5 the natural actlbq of the bpweJs Orlno fixative FrWt Syrti does not nau seate oc grlfan6 is mld and pleas rit to jk Refuse ubstitute- IdS byJ61d Cb7p tre We are showing new Springw Styles in SLadies I Dress Skirts Come in and make I your selection early so if we should be out ofyour size couldorder same for readyfor Let us Lae your orA der for ta Ladles or Misses Spring Suit We can show ryou the maerul and siyllsaIcJ Iguarantee sitisfrtC4ion Favor us with a call and I oblige JCt INt in Ladles ad Msss 1 Spring r i 5 JacketS j t If Just received frOM I them facturifWe show them jin ITans Blacks StripM J i and Plaids in both fohn fitting and 100M back lPrice are Jasonb1e 0 I Ir suck HighClass IiiIf j IIYbe Ro ertsonC aybrook6 ColII- I 1 U CORPORATEI i r I i s At Hertlems I You can get Ice Cream Sodas t- iI and Sundaes every day Fresh and toothsome Cakes and Candies IJ I r Meals and Lunches J 5 r 1 I tfsst1 4 4 FOR EASTER NOVEIT1ES Come and see our line X I KATlEHElNoJjtj I o tid1t r F 11CLOCK TALK l ti= i iiircIn buying Clocks the public regards tht it k f outward appearanceorvshow that thec H r F i makes without giving proper thought to iU 1Ij1Il mechanical perfection rthe vital part of thf rft 1clock l 5 1 Clocks that do not keep perfect time are L 4 an aggravation and one that emits tarsi 0 IIgrinding sounds in striking is grating obI F 4 nervesS bii7llMy clocks are mechanically erfootaH t- z are ncasedas elaborately as the price Si jasked will allow T1 5 rb irr 1First the Mechanism fSSecond the Appearance 1 Third the 1price- = I f J 1 1 These three constitute a harmonious wtiojf J Sthat makes it to your best interest to bSyT iz Sclockshere IIf j 1s fiItIII t Jas jIp Graves sli I fj P 4 iI1 f rTOur Friends h Pui U We areinow iinstalled in our badUo t ii new store oiiildiqg andare openiBg evtrj q ji t an attractive line of SprInt gpo4 trJ4SWeare better equippsdbo jsjoew goo4iY andmak rlces than evera4 cordUUiy io jttlW pubJlc to give uiiJl f Respecfully w 11aru fV cmicinti4 M 1 J A wWIATE lAWS v Late Ltpslatwrs fo4 PfLA Maril rto QncfMFn t r tII fwttAtpoftrACEI i Nt I 2My Laws Were En sCet4 a j iviJts Central As M4i ttiwl High f rrnti eiKefttwcky School IiwsnWasoe1ijf tk Mawre Jr ef LaeeIiptansst jIi J 4Fai JsthImi Astin Was taken t T Itl eq TGllDacC 4 RssIwktheState g AM I bis MrHThat Failed Were + CWMy Ojrtltn and tiM ftt liiir f TheXtwckyLeg1sIature that ad Jj wnM4 t March 17th did not enact r ylaws I Itipredecessqri but 1ae 8t the laws are of vital Import eT Chief amoag these are the fol jlnriac Act abolishing the present JMboel triwtee system and establish cit boards to control the fMH4 teachers act to prevent a MU Iron selliai his tobacco after IM JMMJtIIt act appropriating 476000 oW eo pIte the new Statehouse and inakitate it act appropriating 300000 ietjMtwo Normal Schools and 200 jNi to tM State University act put + i ttec yvolreoms but of business apt KiyisK state aid to all tuberculosis san atodMM act providing for a vote to auMl tin oAstitutlon so as to permit late at ito public road building act aiItkorkIaj warehousemen to com II Kiagle tofe cco of like grades act fur tkcr regw1 tIng the employment of tjjUiMK la factories and an act pro jjjtag thf tax penalty shall not go on JjSiaPMtMber leach year Deli extend the county unit taWHjvtNNtfe w to all counties In the UtiilW iG pus as did the bills to re4l trict tie senatorial and represen tative atetrtcts and the bill requiring tbuyers of tobacco to pay a license 1Lff Wfceg8Ternor vetoed a number of 4 c BSSlM most important one being the Araett bill exempting from taxation a ItCkinforeltJll corporation owned frbyreside ts of Kentucky The totalamonnt of all appropria jtiom bills is about 1325000 and the r aewloa of sixty days cost about 90 looL 4GoYerQr Willson gave outa state J peat reciting at considerable length kta r a cniufpr vetoing several appro i friatkm blue passed by the legislature l lprIacIpa bill vetoed was the 4 aaeMure appropriating 100000 for a state tube u1Ofrll sanitarium TJiree or fwr other measures added consid ferably to the sum appropriated by the legteiatureJ In his statement lhe gov eraor reclfes that when the present legislature lid state officers wer elected there wan nearly a million and a half of dollars Jn the treasury This surplus he says the legislature r agalast nis wishes expressed in mes sages and vetoes wiped out and then proceeded to pass the measures just vetoed after pie auditor had presented 1t to the two houses a statement showI t tag that there was but 189 loft In the treasury The course of the majority of the legisWttre Is sharply arraigned j 1m the statement The following bills are all that passed and were signed byt the Gov eraor C s v HOUSE tiLLS 101 Crecellus Act providing a fine for the Seller and the buyer of a cron of tobadco that has been pooled unles soil by sonsent of the pooling organ 12aUoe1hb 103 McChprd Act providing a fin for the sale br transfer of a piece 0Iperseasl property where the posses Mea 181n one person and the title thereto WI vested in another A com c pamioa 1to No 101 tU aggonerrAct increasing th dnuI appropriation for the Kentuck Childrens Home Society from 15000 te to 06 n lOalr Act changing the name of 4M College to State Uniyer Tsity31 Brooks Act providing that fine 4 if1o1U i ififI H7 Llllarii Act to prevent thj aaaaaf acture aad wile adulterated or MMbraiNkd foods drugs medicines aa4 li rs and appropriating 3000f year to kar the Kentucky exper at ttattoa eaforee the law and te PM artteWs eel14e IUlyaaAct appropriatinj 1O4 each far new build ngs for tbe two Btat normal schools and 200000 tor tie itat t UBivefaity 82 Sullivan Act changing the ba 4S e repreetaUonr free truUion to State Normal SchooS a certam tamber lpuptls frow each county C4r Act lo promote and MiMitv attea4aik5 pf children Jn zkoQii UI ovVEt fruny bc t JfS of flrst ecoll4UiJrd and dour o tSitMAct changing time of e4ifl4 elrcadt court Iia the Second Mtz4et i IN iCbe4dAtt emJOi1 Jsusiu oize tll tte c j5 wik5Q1eapiitpt loC 1QO00 f 1loAt to aMfi4l tie batn nr ws as ajWkble to llni4s tr y i ebortAct appropriaig to reiOvt tbSINMII of ThoHsis Maratell IJo the iitery at Fraak i 1 t 106 PorterAct transferring town 4 f Clay In Webster county to flfth lass owns 387 Strange Act providing that deatal parlors or dental companies jhallbe operated under the name of he proprietor 179BufordTo enable State Board- f PharmacytoexchangecerUftcates- treglstratlon With other states allow ing pharmacists registered In another tate to practice pharmacy in Ken ruicky 261v Klalr An act relating to chllj ren who are now br may hereafter ecomeTdep ndent neglected of deltn neat to define these terms and fixing nd defining the power of the several bunty courts within this common wealth with reference to the care ireatment and control of such children and to provide for tIle means whereby u ih powers marbe exercised known is Juvenile Court bill 1262 KalfAnact fixing and defin ng the powers of the several county Spurts within this commonwealth with Acference to persons responsible for or Ire ty promoting or contributing toe conditions that render a child de pendent neglected or delinquent and rovldlng how such powers may be ex xclsed 6q RiceAct to repeal the act cre Ling a graded school in District No3 In Johnson county 76 Simmons Act empowering fifth lass towns to issue refunding bonds to pay debts 75 Simmons An act providing that a majority of the voters of any fourthclass town shall decide whether sr not that town shall be annexed to a secondclass city The old law was that 40 per cent could govern 257 Beard An act providing that fiscal courts may use the polltax to increase the road fund in any county 233 PerryAct repealing the char ter of the town of Homer In Logan county 4S164 HL Myers Act flxin maxlr mum fine at 100 for sale of drugs in violation of the law as to the sale of drugs 241kP W Berkshire Act to repeal that part of Section 2412a Kentucky ftJutes that requires land owners to keep clean the waters of navigable streamsJ rsAct authorizing ware hous men to commingle tobacco of llke grades 198 Sullivan Act providing for the continuation of the Geological Topographical and AgrlculturalSurvey 143 AndersonAn act authorizing county courts to make contracts for four years for road construction and repair The llaw now limits it to one year 288 fl rrisct to regulate the child labor law and make the provi alone therccl effective a 108 Porter Act authorizing the unused money in any school district to be applied to the next term or tb increasing pay of teachers 11 Haswell Act allowing the State Librarian a clerk at 50 per month 32 Buford Act defining the drime of abortion and fixing a severe penalty therefor 141S1IJ1vanAct for the govern ment and regulation of common schools abollsbr the present trustee system and creates the county boardl system does not apply to cities towns and graded school districts 107 Porter Act amending the rev enue law so that the penalty does not go on until December 1 each yeari l38 Shanks Act changing time pf holding circuit court in the Trirteenth district 21 KlirAcL to provide for the care and custody of courthouses fin counties containing secondclass cities applles especially to Lexington 444 Rples Commlttee Act giving chief clerks of Senate and House 3f dayss pay to prepare permanent cop houserj l g defendant in felony cases ten peremptory chal lenges and commczrtalth three 136 Wallace Act allowing pen sions to members of Veteran Volun tary Firemens Association of Louis rvllle tt 204 Porter Afct authorizing sqer Ifs to pay telectlon officers as soot as work is completed t cityII Bchpol purposes Instead of 33cent tape 120 1funterAct to define and make clear the statute Sec 1308 re lUng to drawing weapons and shoot fog on public highways 207 Wilson Act authorizing jus tlces of the peace to hold court twice a jmonth i SENATE BILLS autthOrlZedstruct dams across navigable streams arid allowing them to exercise the right of eminent domain The bill Is so drawn that It applies only to Cum hoiiandJaTh where a power plant Is The Cause r of Many III Sudden Deaths tIliscountrytive Jlany sudden deaths are caused djsIheart fai1reol apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouule is allowed to advance tliekithzeypoison ed blood will at tack tliMorgans Causing catarrh of the bladder or the kidneys themselves cellja4atreatment of the kidneys Ifyou arEeel bytakingDrremedyitscalding pain in passing it andover conies that unpleasant necessity of being r dayInight The milLfluditlie extraordinary 1efiect of StaiIipRoot7iasooa realized It stands the highest for its wonderful easesSnampRoot nnd is sold by alt druggists in fiftycent and onedollar Size botjles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis aboutitbotsentreebymajj Wjaetiwritingin nyeilstakebutrenienilxjr Root Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ldress everytttleJ Use A NEWPERFECIION WkkBlue name Ott CookStove Because its clean Becauseits ecpnom 4icaLSBecause it saves time Becauseit givestest cooking results Because itsflame can be regulated instantly Because itwill not overheat your kitchen Because itis better than the coal or wood stove Because it is the perfected oil stove For other reasons see stove at your dealers or write our nearest agency Made in three sizes and fully warranted eqtialedrioi EquippedIthroughoutIlamp warranted Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD OIL COMPANYSINCORPeRATEB 4 Juctcum 83 CombsAn act to accept the provisions of an act of Congress allow lag increased appropr ions for the Agricultural Experiment Station 103 Nell An act to provide for an annual school for city and county health officers at whlch shall be taught the handling of contagious dis eases 86 Combs An act changing the name of Ken tucky University to Tran aylVanla University I 160 CuretonAn act allowing the commoriwealths attorney in Louisville two district detectives 21 HoganAn act abolishing regis tration of voters In cities of the fifth and sixth crassS122 WatsonrAn act to create an educational commission to investigate the needs of the schools of the state and try to devise some plan by which Jhe conditions can be Improved 110 PetersAn act changing the time of hqlding court In the Twelfth judicial district 27 Hives An act allowing the attorney general three assistants al clerk and a stenographer wI 191 E II TaylorAn act for the maintenance of public levees the bill effecting only HIckman county 149 Nell An act to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquor by whole sale in a local option territory to any except a licensed retailer or wholesaler 181 BCrpamAnact creating a bi partisan board of cOntra of charita ble institutions 84 CombsAn act appropriating 10000 for the repair of the monument t of Henry Clay 135 Linn An act providing state aid for free tuberculosis hospitals where erected and maintained by pri vate subscription 1461 Combs An act to appropriate 65000 for the erection ot a new build ing at the House oif Reform and to pay the existing deficit 66 Newman An act appropriating 20000 a year tot two years for the erection of suitable buildings on the State Fair grounds 34 osworthAn act to amend th constitution so a to allow the state to aid in buildings roads and to permit each county to issue additional bonds for road purposes Nell An act appropriating 67 000 for the benefit of the Insane asy lums of the state and the Feeble Mind d Institute 152 Burnam An act oppropFiating 40000 for the State Normqjand Industrial School for Colored People 166 H H SmithAn act providing for subexperiment station in eastern and one In western Kentucky anSI ap propriating 5000 for each 108 LandramAn act to allow the reassessment of property Jn McLean county where the courthouse and records were burned 164 BosworthAn act appropriat- Ing 476000 foiv the completion and maintenance of the new capitol and the surrounding grounds 16 ponaldson An act to allow fis cal courts to appropriate money for the care and custody of courthouses 37 Walker An act changing the bonds of public officials so as to do away with the unlimited bond 20 Hcgiln4nnct providing that adjoining property owners must share the expense ot a division fence 193 Campbell An act Increasing the maximum liquor license in cities of the second class V 500 7 CombsAn act fixing the situs of personal intangible property and exempting it from tajatlon If the ownS er is not a resident of this state but has a trustee here 82 Walker An act allowing fourth class cities to issue bonds for street improvements and providing for the construction of sewers on the tenin stallment plan 24S Rives An act appropriating 23000 for the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville 175 WatsonAn act regulating the opening and closing of streets In fourthclass cities 12 Burnam An act creating office of stenogrler to the GoveVhor at 1nn npr vnr 41 Wllhelml Act to prevent operation of poolrooms where betting on horseraces is carried on provide 1000 to 5000 fine also prohibits handbooks for betting on races bu- excepts regularly organized1 racetracks from the provisions of the bllIJ32 Bosworth An act to authorise under certain conditJons and restr3 tions the nse of public highways roads and turnpikes by persons finis and corporr ons eugardln the mani facture transmission and distribution1 of electricity for lighting heating and power purposes 44 Wright rAct providing for tw1 additional assistant mine inspector and providing rnr for deration p mines with njoro rattf tomTev3 HOWLTOMIXIT Directions To Prepare Sim pIe Yet Remarkable Home Mixture A well known authority on Rfieumai sm gives the readers of aA7argi New York daily paper the folu ing valuable yet simple and h JlIJless prescription which anyone can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion oner half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well inabQt tleand take after each meal and at bedtime He states that tile ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small Cost andt being of vegetable exraction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture jf taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dosenmtil permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach Whi 6 there are many socalJedRbeu- mat1smr medi s patpnt medi cines etc some of which do Jive relief few really give per miinent results and the above will no doubt be greatly appre ciated by many sufferers here at thisti cia Inqt iry at the drug stores of this leighborhood elicits the information that these drugs aje ha rmless and canoe bought separ tely or the druggists here iVill mix the prescVipion for ouf readers if asked to II IllHealth is n great deal of illhealth which Reserves not sympathy or pity but criticism and condemnation and a worship of good health Including i vork swe11 as faith might wltVin vantage be made a feature of the na Uonal religionl London Hospital fIf von have indigestion ycii want the lastir g cure that liq1I na stomach tlabels give TheM cure the worst form of stomaci troubl s or cost noting SOcat the Red Cross Drug StreL Strange Tattooing A London tattooer says that drag ons and serpents are now popular with women One of the strangest tasks he has been engaged on lately was to tattoo a will on a womans back It wes a copy of a document drawn up in the usijal way of a sohlc4 Itor It contained nearly 500 words and he had to reproduce carefully alr the signatures l OOO OOO O O OO- it A- Ilb WV Consumptipn iis less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery Qr will result from the following tr abnenttii H9pe rest biih air azdScozYs EmulJ ton ti too7SALL DRUWQISTSl 5OSAND OOOOOMt i iforL Ladles Ills J22- J Ii theIrwoma1lyl sorecolicwill IforIharm and is doSallie BlaIr Johnson City Tenn had frokhS tar lbmonthS dha i four but they help me until Now think am At drugglstsInloo Try J I A LETTER rHoSE III I ILDII- I SSeason of 19U8 at his Stables Fair hel I Grounds Springfield Ky II desire to expreSs5my thanks to the stock breeders of Was- hI stallionsronageduringthis season I I Pearl No 40394 IRecord 228 trial 218 Tile greatest trotting bred show bayaHall Stock Farm Lexington Kv He is by Aloko by Baron Wilkes dam Queen Ethet the dam of three in the list Moko Pearl is out Little Pearl 221 by Hinder Thomas Little Pearls dam is by Isolene Moko Pearl will make the season at 2Q to insure a living colt and will be limited to 30 mares The season ends June 1st The following statement from this horsesformer tells something of his individual merit Mokp Pearl has been shown at the Kentucky fairs since he was a two3earod and won practically everything he was shown for in harness and I alout LawrenceburgShelbyvilIethe j5th of August 1907 after a heavy stud season and with 10 days preparation he was 2d at the Blue Grass Fair in strongest class seen in Kentucky in years Peter Great 207 the winner These performances should theII GeorgeIe Son He is a clean sound horse agood legged one and a veIiv handsome fellow His pcer as a high class stock horse and pro Spective trotter for the green classes woulu be hard to find RedBird Registered 1956 Vol V A S H B A Thisthorse is too wejlknown to need any introduction to thefbreeders of Washington and adjoining counties In the opini of well posted horse men he is the best breeding saddle horse in the State He made the season at my staples last year and his fine crop of colts are testimonials to his merit as a br erRedBird will makesthe season of 1908 at 20 to insure a living colt and will be limited to SO mares Owners desiring to bree to this horse should book their mares early Bouncing ConnaughtINo 15272 I 153 hands a beautiful sorrel with three white feet and snip nose This is a remarkably handsome horse the true hackney style and shape and Is a fine actor This is just the horse to improve the size and stamipa lof I carriagehorsesinsure a living colt Sunshine This fine young harness stallion is well known to the breeders of Washington count He has made two seasons and has a fine lot I of colts as a testimony of his breeding qualities He is a fast and showy roadster Sunshine will make the season at 15 to iinsure a living coltl I JOHN felMMS Have traded this wellknown Jack You alliknow him for he carries his rep with imII will also stand my fine jack Bill Goebel on the terms as llast season 510 for a mare mule and 8 for a horse mule colt I Parties interested in fine stock are cordially inyited 1110rsas1 LH LatJUtFj Hoffman Dare Sired by Dignity Dare No 1082 be by Chster Dare 10 he by Black tsp uirrell No 58 he by Black Eagle No 14 he by King William No 67 Pirst dam Glen Mary No240 2d dam Raven by Anderson BellNo itfgOo record 2203rd dam Mdmbrino rinctss dam of Bay Bird 230 DEscftIPONBlaeIr 16 hands high 4yearsold with plenty of style and action as line a natural1 tiltas any hprse and comes from a family on b th sides that jiava a noted record Hoffman Dare wil maker the eilsorof 1908 at Qasllewood Stock Farm three miles from Springfield on Lebanon pike for 10 To Insure a Living Colt if I j I will alstf stand Two Goo Jacks at same place at1Qto nsure Living colt You patronage is kmlv solicit d Apply to SWS S GIBBS Spnnyti UKy Dosing the stomach 10 ure 01 ststl catarrh does not sound reasonable And it isnt Breath Hyomei which pats tbe medibdi cation right where the diiOjist is and curbs Munisy I ack if iit fals The Red Cross Drug Store J CireatsUfi lclne cus never certahito good teei Mrs H of Writes I sUffered r9M womanly doctors could not II egan totake Win cilcGILabout WelL all reliable hotl1esS n it I WRITE US I I Mok stallion I owner roadster roadster was j I e HackneyStallion chestnut possessing mule a Gold Cuff Buttons Pen 100 English Razor 50 Advice Wrftetodayforafreecowof describe valuable 64pa eJtfutntfe l Seek far Ii M t Mt4 rKS your symptoms st4Un a and reply lie se lit AdvlmV t tt + f SEASON 1908 T These Yo ng Stallions wlllmake the season of 1908 at a better Knownjis tbe Foster Ray place OR the Danville ani IeiiLebanon piKe one and one half from LebanbnT Kv 4 THE ENGLISH IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION if 100ftfI 1 tJIJPEWOOBBSire Copa er Bonny Gabriel tfo Site E H sTB he by Stow Gabriel 5410 EHSB f im Glassmoo su elSB21E H S BtbYAcctdent2d Jl03ttDaS B ONFoaled 19C4 Is plack lS hands s one hind white snlpin face A very thngy fine head and ear short back fine lengthy quarter a clean set of limbs This horse has extremely high all rr und action neckiits a half proth r to the great shoW mare Hil red owned by Bedford Of Conu and his sire Copalder Boutiy Gabriel80S sold for 8cJ Glaslmoor Prtnce has already proven tobe a great hshow horse winning first at Iowa add TIJinois State fairsChicago TerreHautc Horse 1907 He comes frama chestnufcf amT lyiSand i Fee 25 Tolnsure a Living Colt t IClIRED REX No 3147 1 PEIiIGREESIe Rex Peavin No 1796 he by Rex McD jl Ctehehfiag tf3d dam by Dotys Grdy Eagle 4th dam by Kavanaughs Gray Eagle 87 DESCRIPTION Foaled 1903 A beautiful chestnut sbrrel 16jt hands with two white stocklags He has a very fine head aad 4neck good shortback bone and muscle and his head tail style can not be excelled He can rack very fast is distinct in his trot and can step a three minute gait with all andiigrace ant action one gould wish and is rood at the canter you see him to harnesShe you think he isa trotting horse then put thesaddie on him and he cantbe beaten aa h v saddle horse taridffRex Peavine 1706 the sire of ths horse had three out year were unbeaten and Red per has been very successful show from a colt on inning many premiums in Jaapjess and 4 saddle classes all over the country We were told by Mr Claude j 4 Pembtirton of Elizabethtown one of the best horsemen anywhere that this is oneA f the very best horses in the State Alt oughJJ his colts are young are commanding high prices Look f Mm andjook at his breeding and be can Vin edtbat he Is the r vin the land tiiFee 20 To Insure a Living Colt v ij j OUR BLACK JACK MM t A i v l J Will Stan at 10 to Insure aiivirif Gplt TWjgiThis Jack has white points and is an extra good mule JacIc A REMARKS rWe take pleasure in offering the services of these find young stallions believing they will produce a class of horses that Ja jfc sujjht by the Eastern trade at the most remunerative PriC the breeder YoU cant afford to stand back on 35 or S10 i in the fee You more than make up colt We ask that StOiinspect them before booking yopr mares i Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance and becomes due at time of such transaction Lieni retained on until season is paid I1ares from a distance Zed at re t price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention ct1tinet responsibl for accidents or escapes C t BQtJfN SOl 1 SR4YVI1W V 44y Pear LEBANON KY jtttt uJoooooooooD OOOOOGO OOOQ The Safest and Quickest Way 46 9 1 Transfer Money 1 4IsBy 2 t tQ 8 Long Distanic Telephone rg tFor Rates apply to Local Manager 0S CsipaiyxC iC 6 Ooooo OO OOOOHOO A tag from alOcent piece will count PULL val M 5 u A tag from a Scemt will coimt HALF valal t j s X atp h HI fTOBACCiJf ijtl with valuable tags t e Save your lags fromrr OLD STATESMAN GRdE TW LhJ t RtarterWcwia r Ik SItIH Hrs141w Ivy JT Mfw J HHiJ Old Hsty E VIVfl i Far w i i it5 IMkBIM OHPwwfc tiMIIy I1JIIIrTit atet II II r t Coupons from i y MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SIMKIW HOtt 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