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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r it rzi= r J 1Iz j1 fNOtlIB J SPRiNGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 16 1908 Y iYj t xvt r DR1F TRUSTY 1 PRACTICAL I DENTIST j 1cer 11 oikBsrb r jorkMrosUepricesfrW IiPJWfGIPnLP KY a 4 DlaECTOAY I niCLD ec mty tt of WaaIiito ia Cownty M aiJaoatb st e cictoa 5f atilee from f40111i1s t B rd ows1ucko1 LoWs aaid WaskyilWtafiroad in a fmni r Mid P41CltXal dLStZ- 1CtJTwoab1tak an telephone Lits offee fler ills lumber fmrrt F Ntattoti IMO F0 ltioa of V JOa 4qassatstti Cogre Hoe Bm J SsBsto X1 l liaUyeiaX taclQ Legis- CE H IT M Chord ItofCMtMiitiTT in 8ate Senate Hon i TJrYhli CaMp1tellSVffleXY t Jt flr ct 1 tt ciCUrrcbUzr bcci Uic fovrtk jY1KMf7J Xar a4 Octo tiat I 1ftMtctlp L L CIM0WIttk Ati cIW4 IiiiS Mater cHatac lJMta ftLTCO r tC9HtiaHWCHltketk1r aaiIIl 11tltLLI4stijiIg i COtJlTTT COURT + Coty eUct mttX K the forth tioMayMt Ut t tII W7 okr eetT Cicrk rysce4ttMtoIrney I1fSctMttTu 8ite jr Ofboucne Sb dfIIDkk1lut BerbsrtEi JCaIn OCPueet pztfJarnstpGBryan AsesoC W T Xidiell Deputy I utlilectravcrS t dtE4cytoconr jIw 1ibtpL of CO OJl8 PO lWaM iT CITY COURT j 1Js E Xe Po1ce Jgc t jokQnHIXiikat twtitlwrICC0Uwr iattee CurtatS nela itfjanwary Apoli JMr aM Octoker Ckurch Dlrctryo mKTHODIST CHtmcnI JVr aGTCM MI jWk tan4 Third StuTdavs In clJijivMitb at 11 a 10 al1d73 p SaykltMll ertrVSuuday atlQ a1I1 PK1tJrtecq Wetoesday aJfkt tCATOLJCCUURcH Jf r rJle n vr Pastor 5c- rYk4IsrY n4a7 at S au1O oclock t uItr1ce atSt RosuiebOt1L- i t PZ3sTTIIIA1I OHURCH Rey LEo 0Law Pastor zbI Y t1 Sn4uy at 11 am1 aKaif pm jdy icool cvi- i5Oy M 10 Lm Pryei nicetiT t ytpJY TJauMT ylu at 7 1JJck 1 BAJPTI8T CHURCH icy Ifnt Hrri en VilUamn Pastor rrttefciMff every Sn4ay at Ii am 14 74i pn JhindaySckool every iiSw4ayat3O ant Prayer meeting every T iyeTeninr at 74S5ck CfiRISTIAN CHURCH Jter W FRoers Pastor Ser keirstaad fourth Sunday Sunday ckl 93Qm Fratwraal Orders XAoitic ODGK Spriagflcid ledgt 0 51 et IArI aitd third Moaday 4ucketk t Wl4urtQZ A Chapter Ho57 s4rY cod Tuelay1- prilHyeU CMacU jk52 jnteti isIetkk1CT zgT MAICALZ1Mttt 1 i4ceii iiiacb ao i VMM For- Indigestionl lu hSUtIO Cipn f fi r Ty rlt M4 r = 5tas f DigstSWhatTod t Aad MakeS 1 1 Rt ritS r f 7 ThI NE WS=LEAiil3R IrnsYoL rrooOBSERVATIONS If + MOO QQ3s Resurgam jttEarthj passed this wayln winter You besides the fire bent in tattered mantle a beldam old and spent Shiveig rmentSofthespringtim you Earth blossomladen today Now 4 maiden young and gay In my tins the frost of winter Runn thslugglshly and cold Wrinkl id age and death awaitmc1 I Q Iartn must stilt grow old Child f mine said EarthUto morrow You shall come iQ me and rest I will w irn you as the crocus That is quickened in my breast Cerements of clay unfitting From your joyous spirit fling As Idoted the gray of winter For tl e green gown of the spring To all tl lings comes resurrection Then eye1Undimm ed shall see geLs fouryouths renewing Deatl immortality 1YOJtfs Companion N EAJRING AN END We be ifeje that thesigns of the tImes indicate clearly that the day of the Night Rider is tear mg an ehd There are several circumstances which fpoint to hit facfi j own in the bouthern partof the state a number ofs tjjese midnight marauders have been roujnded up In Callaway couuty 4 dozan have been i ar rested atad evidence jn plenty 3 at hand to bring about tbeiri conviction These men Were brought in by a company ofE he Stat malitia and were given an examining trial atd all held over under heayybonds to await the action of the grand jury f the juries of the trial courts do their duty the doors of the- enitentiary are swinging wide these reckless lawbreakers for every night ride has a prjce onl bis head The State offers a reward of 500 xhich 11th haS been suppiimenied in many injstaces by societies and individuals There is a brave judge down in Calloway cOUbty o whom much credit is due for he fearless and he has taken tp enforjce the law and to bring these JJkwbreakers to justice Judge Wells assisted by other officers has succeeded in lifting the yei of mystery that has- lothed4he lawless acts ofthe nignt rnJors and the existence of powerjfqt oath boundorganiz tion has been disclosed It is said that the organization is c inI posed 01 responsible farmers and not of ungoverned men and boys as was supposed by many State troops under direction of Gov Willsonj have been quietly sent to other counties where outbreaks re threatened and thAj action iis having a quieting effect The lessons of the Galloway county bntlaws shou d hay a good efect in other parts of the State Resides that public nti mentisi growing stronger each day in condemnation of this cliss Oi lawlessness and afterall public sentiment is the best peace jreserver in existence IrD ESERVE CREDITThe good law abiding citizens of Washington county deserve great credit by the way fcr the determined stand they have taken against the threatened outbreaks of these tobacco raid erStThe formation of the Citi zeus Law and Order League of Washijigton couuly vas one of tle fist acts iin the movement for Ine sappresskn of night riding and for the defense of home and property of which we If in the state veIanvnoice no depredations in thisjcouniy only sdme threat enivgetters have been reCeiVe out it was enough to arouse the citizens to action and it one is to judge bytlfe temper ot the people as expressed at the pub l c meetings and in private con verl buthebwless Night Rider1 who turns himself loose in Washington county will meet with a warm reception Tha peoplu pt this coupty want to grow tobacco thisi year at least ifaeT ant the privilege of grow 4irt1J1 i dei of putting put acrop this jjear for the simpl j tason batIithey did not feel like pUci4 themselves in thqppsi l tion living in a statqof diSd for the afety of their families and property during the reign of the Night Rider The action of the citizens in forming the law and order league however reassured miny and tne chances now look s if nearly ari average crup of tobacco will be planted this cOunty in 190S lin I 1 presenceIin Springfield teIl days ago of two wise looking young men whose busin ss was kept a secret from inquiring in- dividualsi caused considerable speculation for the time It finally leaked out that these iSinobthe young strarigersi were detectives Yes indeed real live mysterious slejiths besides who Sherlock Holmes would be the merest ameteur These sleuths spent several days in Springfield detecting but so far as we have been ableto learn they failed to uncover anything It is said that they were hired and brougjit here by several local enthusiasts in the cause of prohibition1 who thought that they had grounds to beleive that liquorI was being soldin Springfield l f In defiance of the local op ttion laws That these over1 zealous friends of the temperance cause were mistaken in their l surmises would appear from the workijfor they detected thing for the simple reason that there was no law Violations to detect We dontbeleive our town hiirb6rsan jillicit whiskey sellers and thec enthusiastic friends of temper ancenot only wastedlheir money but cast a slur on the law xespec tting element and morality of the town STATE OFOmQ CITY OF TOLEDO ss LUCAS COUNTY J Frank J Cheney makes o nJthat beis senior pjittner of the firm ofE Chen y Cr doing b silJess in the pity jofTofedo county andstate aforsaid and that said firm will pay the sum Of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS fer a hand every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Datarrh Cure 1 RANK jCHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A f 1886 jA AWGLE SON SEAt NOTARY PuBLIc Halls Catarrh Cure is t iken inter nally and acts directly upon the iooic u strfaces Of the sys- teta Send for testimonials free F j CHEE co Toledo 0 Sole by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills Los con stipation Commissipriers Sale r orWashington Circuit Courts Ky W A J3lan Uordetal Puffs VS V j InEquity J SBlandford etal Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and cruder jof sale of the Washington Circuit j1mHIOd tJitheCourt the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelvemonth i the following described prop erty to Wit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and beingin Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Oh the North by the lands of T M Badgett on the east by the lands of Mas Victoria Hamilton on the South by the lands of Miles Osbourne and the County RDad and on the West by the lands of L F Wellington conj taming 165 acres moro or less For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal Interest from date otsale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A Hen will be retained on land for whicfy bond is executed Bidders will be required tocomply promptly witb these terms M G LEACHMAN Mi CW C C Agents Wanted 16x20 ybnportraits40 cents frame 10 cents aiid up shee- tpkturs one cent each Vou cau make 400 per cent profit or 3600 per week Catalogue and samples free FRANKWWILL1AMS 12Q9 W Taylor St Ohicagp Ill Old Soldiers r1Editor NEWS LEADEK Iwant to talk to the old boys once more through 4he columns of yonrpapqiudt1iis is the only t vaj that tcan reach them as they re scattered over several l stiles of the union and tblSmv bd the last title that I will call the boys up for ve have arrived at an age when we cant cbun much on the future but there are dates with me that makes wantto talk to the boys but Ime as I cannot p rsoaaly do that 1 want to call them up through tha News Leader and ask them jiai few questions Say boys Q p vou remember the balte p1 Sbiloh Do you renieiriber wha day of the month ifr was on Think for a moment wasnt it the 6th and 7th of April 1862 Dp you remember opr forced march lor fortyeight hors through the rain and mud to reach the combat between the opposing armies 1 know you havnt forgotten such n scene as presented itself to the tired jreinforcemont Our forces were driven to the river and from the waters edge th bushes were literaly mowed down how any escaped seems almost miraculous This has been fortysix years ago but it is indelibly stamped on ray memory IIUve in the past as most old soldiers aoJItake no pride in fi2 btin the bittles over butT like to sit down with the soldier boys and talk over pur hard tips and joys The soldiers life was npt all hardships the soldiers life had its sunny side after thebttleas over I have seen the boys appearnily enjoy life aj3 highly as if tKey had been athome but sing Home Sweet Home and there would be a change in the Hoys fun After the hattie was over I wandered off to the river just to see and pass off the time Ispzed on the silent waters as it silently flowed on toward the sea and I thought prehaps that only a feidavs before it might have been stained with human blood and Awhile there the birds of sung poured forth such sweet bicd music that it caused me for the time forget that there Were then hundreds ot woundTed soldiers lying on the battleineld with only a blanket thrown over them No hospital nOfriend to cool his parched lips with a drink no Christian to kneel besides him and pcnt him to Jesus and ito raothec to do thehundred things fr liim that no one else could o This iis on thf extreme but the soldier boy has seen and under stands this and wont censure me for speaking of it Boy I jeill leave this little tilk with you It d Sme good for I feell yke I have had a face to face talk vrith you I am 68 years old fLnd m writing this withou i glassg and it is a dark rainy day NOwihave had my talk andl feelsjike have sean iou all for th=rpesent fairwell M y CROUCH Co D 10th Ky nfr WiUi bUrg Ky Apr 6 1908 Thi May Interest Ycnv No one iis immune from Kidney trouble so just emember that Foleys Kidney Cure Will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kidney arid bladder trouble that ig nOl beyond the r chof medicine So by the Red Drug Store Former Citizen Clayton lud April 10 i08 Dear old friendsof Wahington I take th NewJLea r and it pleftses me very much to hear fromrny old plajma es I would like to know the name of the wriier from Prathers Creek I saw a piece abcub Oliver Yan key that said Oliver Yankey was his school mate If so he was my school mate and1 would like to hear from them I would aho like to near from the Long Run writer as I have spent many a happy hour at L ng Run church and school house Crimes schoolt house is where I went to school witb Oliver Yankey So come on Prathers Creek and Long Run with your good old items for they seem like home to me- A N MILLER CHaiterlains Has lie FrefereiicB- Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prom nent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It h a great remedy ana one of the best patent medicines on the market- ijiaudle some others for the sam purpose that pay ma a larger profit bitth1s remedy is so snre to effect a cure and my customer so certain to recommending it to I appreciate my him ttiat J give it the preference or sale by f ajdon Robertaont A 108 YEARS OLD Aunt Terry Osborne An OldII Colored Woman 108 and t is Still Spry That Aunt Tem Osbourne a colored woman who lives acros the line Jn Marion county is a least 108 years is attested by several citizens of this court r who have unmistakable proof to that effect jMr Geosge 13 Med ley says that Aunt Terry Was given to his grand mother Mrs Clotilda Qsbourne through ai inheritance when the latter Vas married at the age of 20 years The negro girl was then about 8 or 10 years of age Mrs Os boure was born iin 1792 amI would therefore be 116 years old where she alive today Aunt Terry is still Pry and getsI about as lively as many much younger persons She has heir second eyesight A number oJ years ago she losther sightal most entirely but is now able tc see as Avell as anyone She is also said to have grown anew set of teeth Mr T M Badget says that he SaW the old woman jja few days ago and she wag at tending toj her household duties To have pefectr hsaljy haye perfect digestion andHivEr important not to permit pffany delay the moment the stomach feels outof order Rake something at once that you know viIIl promptly and unfail ingly assist digestion There is noth ipg better than Kodclfor dyspepsia ihdigestioDjlsonr stomach belching of gas and nervous headacha Kodol iis y natural digestknt and will digest what you eat Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store George Wycoff Friends of George P Wycoff of Carlisle areurging him t enter the race fur the Democratic nomination Jor Congress from this district Mr Wycoff is one of the leading young attorneys at the Carlisle bar and js i man ot h1h attainments and well qualified to represent the Ninth distristin Congress Thj disttictis close but it is thought tbat should 3t Wycoff consent to make the race he could win the nomination and carry the district at theelectionin Novem ber Sharpsburg World Attorney Wycoff of Carlis wasiin the city Wednesday He is being mentionedvfor theDemo cratic nomination for Congress over in the Ninth District and has many friends who believe he will win Winchester Demo crat Wycoff is a Washingtonl coun ty 6oy a son of Mr and Mrs Johln Wycoff of MackvilleI pre ldcnt Rooseriit saYSJ that Quidood exercise Is hnedeti by American pe ple Thats all very well bnthow can people with rheu matisra follow that advice The an swer iis simpleuse Ballaads Snow Lip ment and tIe LiuJmeht and the Rheumatism will go j leaving you I spry aa a colt Givefl quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neu slSoldHillsboro Delayed j 1Ve think this will be a fine wheat year as wheattand rje is very ttine in this section pff the countyt Albert Hines sold a nice horse for 100 aiuU a bunch of hogs to L Litsey for82w A veYv large cr 6 vd attendedI For Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine jtested 60 years I Sixty years off experience think of that Experience with Ayers Sir saparilla the original Sarsa parilia the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility nut eren this gnad old medicine enfiot do lli best work It the liTer U itutcUre and the bow llconltlpted For the beat poulble r tIU you sbnul4 take laDtlTe doses of ArK while taking the Brwp rilla Autewzet7MOetreft t1qers1wcl1 nti have So leorea w th6 formuai otsU our IUIdiCthH i the meeting pftheLswii Order League ut WilHsbnrf Saturday J M Montomry deliverecd his crop of 3700 pounds of tt bacco to the A S of E ware house Tbursdav J ET Settle bought an aged mare from Jessie F rman for 5S Coleman Settles bought a horse of Ed Han by for 115 Mrs Geo Keeling and ihrtdaughters spect Thuisday with her daughter near here Mr L R White and wife spent Saturday arid Sunday with their daughters at Milters Sill I VIOLET F4Ptlnn a Wflct atleast is what a yonnJt baby ought to gain In weight Does jruor If not there Is something wroii with its dlges Jon t Give itf McGees Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining a once Cures stomach and bowel trot bles aidsdiBeatiph stops fretfulcets good fur teething habiea Price 25c ihd SOc Sold by the Rect ross Drug SloreJ j H Prathers Creek I am going to write a letter this week and leave off alt the visiting s there is too much of iit But it1snobecauseIdntbeI- ewe in rbndshp for we arenot as sociable aswe ought to be fur we all should treat every body kmilly and have good feelings one for another f I am very much pleasedto se sf miny new cprrespondents ib Ihe NewsLeader i think that this is a great help to make our county paper better I like to see Mr M L D jDs letter in the Leader and hope that he will write more so dont make it thJatitimehrptheraswe ill enjoy your letters and are glad to recognize you as one of our correspondents If anybody sees any nWbt riders headedthis way please tell Ihtm that we people ou here aint going to raise any tobacco nor make any preparation to raise any this year so they have no business out injthis section Well correspondents I guess you all think like I do that cor respondence is a rignv smart litnlp job but I guess if we had to set the1 type for a whole paper we would give up the job but we ought to be gltd that our editor has got mole paiience IIhan we have for if he didnt we wouldnt have a county paper at 5alt 6nt let us and the editor have a reunion spme time this summer when walermillions get ripe and when the trees will afford plenty of shade and whet air will be comfortable Some wnere and at some time we will ineet the editor arid havea bIgi time and talk one with another and then we all get acquainted and tell one another how to make the News Leader better and by this it will bind us closer So come on withyour interest ing letters for Jl do love to read them and wpuld love to meet you all some tjjme and some where It is more than likely that i1He peach crop is injured and maybe all killed and if it be so thus ends one of trie best varieties that grows 1r7 may be more than likely there Will be sqme left as dId people say Jt isjjbard to kill all of the fruit in the light of the moon Wheat bids fair foa veryr gqpd yield this year but while it is thin on the ground it lis mot than likely that it will fill Better on that account WhiTe grass is making good appear anca for April fcnd by the first of May grass will be good Farm work has been delayedI On account of so much wet 3weatheri bound to be later this season There has been but little plow ing done in tbis section up to4 this time Everybody who has sown grass this spring is very much pleased with the result as- 1 this has been one of the oest springs for that puipose that wie have htd for some time YQur correspondent lathe pleasure of meeting Jtm brother and ststir at tbe Uvhbmefte d over in Mercer cdunty to celebrate our fathers 86th birthd y on the4th of April it was nott i surprise brthday direr f l this has been tint custom of bis children foryearii 4u SUDS CR1NuAIfIj j i Jt tT71 tj Is V I r b e AbsowtelyPvre I I From Grapes Acmostiliealthful of fruits comes the r chief ingredient of g ROYALRAKIN 1 7 + 1 fatter is he always expects yhi when that times comes around Tnere were 40 peope who part of toe nice things that had een prepared for that occaaio n Our mother his Been dead Iearly hreeyears Of course our fsth r Is feeble but he takes out door exercise when the weather will permit Qf course fathej and mother are long life peoplec as mother died inher eighty eig lu year These family reunions are great pleasure to children and fathers and mothers af brothers and scarcely ever miet at onetime only on these occasions G B C Quo Toticlih dffKainrrMesl thc TOlt WoriflKiu t i Wheua roost rfindd a bit fat worm he calls alt the heps in the farm ard to com and share it A similar irait of human nature fn to be obsery cd wiles a man discovers something exceptionally good be wants all of his friends and neighbors to share the cenefit of his discovery This is tbe touch of nature that mafies the whole world kin This explains why beople who have teen cured by Ohamberlzins CongbRemedy write letters to the raaunfacturers for pub llcation that others similarly ailing may alao ise it and ebtain rehcf Be hind eery onQ of these letters Is a warm eaftvish of the niter to hepfnselMfcomepne else This reme dy is for saIHaydou Robertson Fair Viewl P M Carney and George vloul were in Bloomfleld Monday buying a fence Mr Sam Yacum and Clackie Gordon attended vthe funeral ot Miss Rosa Leathers Thursday We were sbrfvto hear of the death of Miss Leathers familyLtin Some of our Mooresville far mere tended the farmers meet iogat WHlisburg last Saturday K rs Bert Cheatham and little 81ntObie AeJ and Edith Ben drix vsiiied at the home of F M Qaroey Friday fRev B night of Louisville was the guest of J N H OlIver Satprday night Ecldie Einkst n is very ill of consumption tunnli p33tjilc who have ha stomach trouble Th sis what one man says oj it E 0 DeWitt Co Chicaero IUGentlemenIn J897 I bad a disease of the stomach fels I could not dtgceif any ag Iate and in the Spring ot192- bought a bottle of KoHol and tb i benefit I received from that bettle all the gold in Georgia could no buy I still use a little occasionally i find it a flueblood purifier and a ood tonic Nay ysu live loh a ttt prospun Yours very truly C N Cornell RodlpgJG ng n sold by the Re41Cross Dr g o t 1l Hairdln lihap I Mr Lee Hiajtt 1Is in tcuisvill this week ou business Hay Lojjado afid Aas in Clark sw pt ed bor feWr Clark OngfSO to boot intbet tuacticm Several artiftsiQ this cOrn muniiy have rleeiTtd written upticertibt tprs1se any tobfcco tills yer J Mtnt1 MiStBpd Cdff ol TPXM are the glwwUol Mis Lee Hiatt this WMk oflsI I80 ofIf t The only baking powdtr made from Royal A Grape Creanrsof Tartar f I L caWe vj cpvJlLIgRpwfiiuihL r sptMijsMryLenai ttf hrr grandrno4br Mis i llie Epperson ot jo r town Mrs Befctii Cary b p Tar ed borne after Ii ph=a viai4Lo rtilativesio MackyiU tMr Will Phillip WM iUrv t udsburg oue dai Ila wekbuying groceries fqrhfe iip s r rr- Tmmfttmx s f rThattcomes with SprIllgjaKearl1cr ican be quiclclp chauijeA te tafeellngofbuoyaay af eergyby thejudicious tise of Dr 3k tJtt l3torativeThe artiktaHl i fevrdoses is needed to wttkfj the the r userthitBrShoop BeMoratV tactspit The indoor life of winter earlal way1eastoslnggjad W jrfluggish circulation im f wrmi Tbt ItcustotIary lack of exercise MM idoor air ties up the flyer aiaMes the kidneysr andofttles wi ab the hearts action the Dr hsaiRestorative a few weeks aiWl It will t be changed A few day teit will JI V rIrxndyI note the change fretia t JSold Will Mpye To5prI iud J i Rev I O H Bob KMi sg4 t for the Montegro Rbcj MkMt Co r who hy bee n with bps l pIe uf TaylotsyjflvZ t years pwt will in a ori wfaiW move his faily tn tirlnfcifWashingtott coiity Wsqsae to lose Mr PrhaiicMi aaJ i t f ho p table family bI v Ai b 5tSuccess in abiiBiaim tmlm1 tdeld ana reconoMad him to 4 i p ople ots at worthy CU0 eomWyikmoi temSpecr OOUESr Il tAbir cat or a litMeastuscratch rr kuiab Y icaled i1iicklybr bswIszed Witc Mae1y I iially go t t p Q0 DSW Sold by tkeKMlCNM B f TI XEI T For HlfroRtire We4 tQ Bi Laghora stock lifor15ort5Ofoi3 j ilKs L t j1R Fi DISh tWANTED KelaW t nt Mftl 1 3FeMf d WltOI1 H djm eouid I arforcomIi stzToIIosLk Weak woea et proIIIpt aud iughelp b iwleg Dr jjnefji Mylk Cure Tkeee M otkfaBff iepotIe ptod s ttk matkmbiowto proceed me Isly tied i I ybosk5ph1 Women Ts asiskpc- oei eatIal caI aIb e lfrttaR7 Wt p iltMiMr Wkfory kobkBfc gold by tke XedCroM Drip Skot J EaA aayihinf yoa iflM all wbeti ys lik tt Mlltot M MI ofift 4ooaa h UbM tot to itrea hen Ifee jtoatoh sad IKcyeBt indigeetion 60o a box aoMgIt it lilUk Sold by the Red CI08ilDna 8iore n I UR aSud IIdsr UM r 7w 1 i f lIlt NWS4ADt1 WNID IYHT XMtHMDAY k6 A WtlMGFIELD KY f l i JtIBAVISON Jr THURSDAY AR IIO8 For Congre i tVe are autlume4 to announce I catdiaatcfe tie Fourth Congressional District Bufcjectkw totbe action of the t Democratic l Party 4 M L JJeftverin chairman of 5 tfee RtfwbKcan Committee of i Sthe Fourth congressional ilLs tcicttbaa issved 4 call for a d s trick coayjjniion to berijeld at i JElijubtthtowD on May 5 to nomi itte I candidate for Congress a pircftidcMtial elector two dole ffttts uid two alternates to the vtiomiconventionWbich will sjt t Si Obicagp ott Tuesday t JOM J6 The delegates to the coavemio will be selected inI IM coention to be Held at SpriBfleWc oa April 25thi Wash SIDgton county ns enfitUd to 14i rielfgates Fhetotal jitimber of r delegate to bese1ectecIis 197 lc nd the minber necessary to a choiceis99 Attorneys for Caleb Powers znd Jm Howard whoare under t covictioufoi being jmp1icated in the GcebelI murder are making r pleVtefore Gotjr Willson for pardons for those two prisoners The hearing is being held by the trbvernbr in the House of Rep resell tati yes at raokfert and beside the AttorL ys for the dafeadants and a large crowd of fpectatprs Commjoawealths At tornejf Franklin and Arthur Goebel are presejnf Petitions J bearing nearly 300000 names akiflg of apgrdoa have been tlcd Gov Win on announces Showever that he will consider tjit ca e stcictlyoh its merits We hive received the pros pjectors of the Marion County Leader die new paper to be jp rjiblished tLebari n about the first ojJ4ay Judgec A John iitotiil1 have control ofthe i eaitOrial department asLstedoy t Mr R Ci Blandford as associate editor The paper is to be owl ed by a stock company capita izedi at 2500 Tile prospectus announces that the Leader will- r beuRepublican Jn politics but conservatively so and fair stoIt reward andLo enemies tb punistj f Mri STIf Bo enofWayneW Ya writes I was a sufferer from JcidmejriSease so that at time could iiot get out of ted and when I A l JJIdid I cpuld not stand etralglu I took r Folejs Kjdpey Cure One dollar Jd bottle and part of the second cured Rrr3Ime entirely Foleys Kidney ffk Cure wbrkifr wonders where others it uet total failures Sold by th KedCroSs Drug Store Hillsboro t i lI 1Wehave had some very rainy weather the last few Weeks and- we hope this cfltoing week will 4 P given to the farmers to tillj the soil as they are a11 behind with their work on account of J m uch rain Mr Tom Settles is very low withk pneumonia out isreported jlikj fretter at this writing fjpfojfGabe Shewmaker was in- bii j vicinity Saturday rn fTeI J Mr Jessie Thomas purchas d a mule of Gabe tSdewmaker for 1125 J A Coulter sold to J P tiUetta nice bay mare for 150 A SHmes bought a buy mare L of JOD Sutherland ior75 nicettf 9u1t3 AS flines bought a bunch of lfefs fRi har Pprint for 23 j f ii pii N i vk Ms e trrIOO4 riupeothth La Dr bOO to JIft IttiOwK tablet That asDr Sbooos Headache Tablet W rgr tWaT tOT tIl teitr3 c a6niii4rb1 l lidtIlIgbUuLGclIU7 tfIShS7 Juuriy the blood dicuo T a hsicbs Wi WeoI ue7I Wi Mtntal p rtwte finli women Miae cawe U y t Mt iln liM r i liii n vcH3if Wood Thftt juwly to t HacM Tablets It09 4nLrL Od sh tsMti JiqcI16tz1 2eCHJLlDiw I i r fcl iHri Shoopm t liedachE i f J land sold a bunch to A L Litsey for 42 50 and also a veal calf fpr tlO Bob Montgomery drove 53 leiidof bogs from his commu nity which he purchased of litferent parties Rev Sutherland his returned bionle after a visit to his son In Larue county Prather who has been ITom to his bed with pneu is reported much better L M Clark was in Willisburg Monday on business Felix Noel and son were in pour town Saturday IMr Sam Settles and son of ebanon spent several davs lere last week with his brother A L Litsey purchased 100 Dbls of coru at 350 a bbl A large Crowd attended the aw and order league at Mack rUle Saturday night where they joinithur la abiding county A Baiy IIOY In spigliclii ould have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest baby Wpnld win the prize No bab f an b healthy that suffers ifvith worms and most babies do unless they are kept free from henr with Whites crerm vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly Is its own par gative Mothers dont attempt to reise children wihoat Whites cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by the Red cross Dru StreC Hardesty Schoolhouse Mr Tom Snider and wife of Chaplin spent Monday last with Mrs Sniderss mother of this place VaneyIOlleleveoing ted hr mother Mrs Wells at Aptioch several days last week Mrs Katharine Burse and It tIe daughter Mary Elizabeth and ilrs Newton of near Leba non are visiting Mrs Burses p rents Mrand N rs S G dardesty of this place Mrs Bettie Kay of Hillsbolro mJtI1erMrsSALES Mr JR Gray sOld to Mr Oph G ider a cow and calf for 3750 Mr J M Sales QmeryAnmJch Nixl sold to T Reed a sow and pigs foi15 ON LOOKER A Knocker anytbva disordered liver If you find that you are begining to see things through blue spectacles treat your liver to a good cleaning out process with Ballards Hrrbine A sure cure SltionSl j Forest View ofDavisalso of Davis two charming Oung ladie are the guesfthe many young people of this neighborhocdi Will Smith and bia ne lbrite LouisvilleareamonghlsbJ Johnson Auberry is Out from youngfriendsWe are glad to announce Ic the many rien of Mr Frank tbatnavedangerously have almost entire- lyl recQveJedaWe are sorry to write that Mr Ben Smith is laid up with rheii inatism Born to the wife of Mr Di6k O borne bouncing oyTisS is theIr 10th child pnfe dead and NightRiderbacco for it will help him on the way As Mr Louis McAlYster was Springfield hedgefenceseveral bruises and cuts ThursdayMrscared at a passing automobile and ran off con pletely demolish iog his buggy and harress and injuring his horse so badly hat it will bea long time before he is fit for service Tommie O Bryan had his nice young uare badly kicked in Lebanon last county court day and is not tit to use as yet jj Tie Jfbw Pure Poor and BruL- We are jleased to announce that Foroys Honey and Tar for coughs oolds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food anc Drug law as it contains no opiates or er harmful drngs and we recdm metier it a tale rcAncdrforjChildren nd dulcSoivt C Red Cross Suie 5tt Texas MrS Ida Waston has visited relatives at this place for tev erardays t Mrs Earnest Or umesj Of Fred enckatoWn and Mrs Barnett ofrMackvJlle are yisiting their jpargnls of this place Mf W R Cocanougher told ap9ir of five year oldWQrJc r T i ii 1 Ei iiI 7 4 I ci1ELA4 T tiJ 000DSIIIusual we are offering to the trade an uptodate and compIet line of Spripg Goods and have made IIAs once quoted recognize below as being lowyve invte you to come tq see us and we believe you will t after you have giVenattet1tiq prices that the f buyerI I 1 9 1 25 GoodsI u I I 75 35 i 65 1 r F 6- 5I 50 FOT in Mohair worth 7j I 125 90 175For t I Gloves f 20 inch black and white Silk Gloves 1 50 20 inch black whit and ttan Lisle Gloves 1 00 I 292cla2 clasp Silk Taffeta Glovas d aU 50 16 button black and coloredkid gloves 12 button colored kid gloves IICotton Ginghams Bleached 7q lOc 8c 9c S- cII 500 pair Lace Curtains at SOc 75cL 125200 andupto6 per pair 1 n mules to Mr Bob Hat hett for Col R E Wbayne is very sick at this writing with the grip Born to the wife of Mr Berry Wilham a fine girl Mr PK Begley sold ai harness horse to Mr Bed WIlt hite for which jie got 140 Mr Sam Wi sow and pigs to Mr Leslie Purdom for18 Mr Wiilson bought a five year old mule from parties of Marion county for which he Prof purm of Lebanon is moving in Mr Clem C car He will teach our next term of school at this place with Miss Mattte Beg ley of Pe wick ai his assistant Mr Bot and family spent Sunday Vwilh Mr R E and tamily The tobacco growers of this a large and enthu siastic meeting night an a Law and Order Lergue wnh fourty chapter mem bers Mr Toe Beglev was elect ai Chairman and Clarence Goode We will hve another meeting night awl is invited to attend Judge I S Thurmin and Prof Tolvin will speak The farmers report their plants looking tine and they are going to raise to- baccO or know the reason why ACard This is io certify that all druggists are authorized ro refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fail to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough hcalsthe lungsand prevents serious results from a cold pures Ja grippe coughs and prcYftnts rrpneu monia and Contains no opiates in a yel low package R fuse bubstitates Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Tick Creek Carter Balll sold four shoats to Cat 3rady at 5c per pound S mtR wesoJd two hogs to Case Brady at6c per pound Wv M Btuoip bought a new bug y of J D D of Mckville for 100 Look out girl he is coming arpand Chas Hill sold three shoats to 40350for7595c2535c75SOc3517cItacesod Embroideries in sets in Ja oriet and Em br t Shoes We are the most upto date line of Men s fine Shoes we have ever shown jj Floei hpim Cos in Patent Gun Metal and Tan Buttons Bals and Oxfords 450 tQ5 W L Douglas Co Patent Guu Metal and Tau button bal and oxfords 50 to 350 man Cos fine shoes for women patent add tan inbjilk and buttons Patent tan and blk Zoza Kid in Oxford and fancy should inspect our stock of Shoes before buying l ii Cae Brady at of cts per bought a pony from1 Rev Bundle of 42 Miss Ida BXydon of tins place is field tives in Spring II White Oak with a good attend Bell Lanham and d ugh ter of Canary spent Mon lay with Mrs Jl E Qtis Milton and wife spent Sunday with the latters parent S T Henry wife and Addie from Sunny side visited S rl Stump Sun day for Indiana Wedr e day leave Grant and his friend Ed Dr goo from near your town were at the home ofS T Stump Sunday Pain anywhere can be quickly stop ped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means cong s tion unnatural l blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pin tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These tablet known by druggists as Dr Stfoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always de- partst in 20 minutes 20 tablets 2oc Shoop rtacinej Wis for Sold by the KfdCross it of Ameri ca will give a supper af their hall April 18 All are invited Mr Wobner and family spent lain night and Sunday witn his brpther att Tatbam Springs Dr W W Hyatt and wife a e in this week Rev Cole filled his regular ap here Sunday 1Dr John is very sick at this writing Huahes was in Mqnday on business Mrs t W is on the sick list J WM Co5d i Prevents of the Towu and County In my green house on the Lebinon rod I have the nicest of y8uog plants of allijdi iand Would be glad to have you call and see my pants efore you Your Vat rouffge will be l You may call me over phone Etert leius fai m you in adYdnCe lamA Ypars Truly N jf j III I Dark bay 153 hands fine- style speed and action Five years old This colt is a son of the great Onward Silver for merly owned by J L Druien of of the stakes at Lcxing ton and with a record of a mile in 2 06 and two miles in 4 28 Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and was taken to Italy Onwaid Silver is a son of On ward 3141 record 2 5t and the sire of nine with records of from 2C5i to 210and the sire ofr the dams of 13 with records of 214 andbet errOn ward is a son of George Wilkes 222and o Maidb Aberdeen sire of Union 207 J Col John Ts dam is Kat Kate sired by 189Q son of by Geo Wilkess Kate dam was Helen H da in of t I228 by 10 and lull to Rienna Victoria dam of Eu 1 2J26J T Riena Victoria sold for 800at sale Worry 223 by Gills sire of Bonner Boy dams of 13in230 or better also sire of the dam ot Wilkes 219 sire of Eyelet 206 J Guinette 204 Lottie Jjorin 205and seventy lve others better than 230 Third dam Miss Chief Col Jolla 1 will make t 91 present season at l15 To Insure a + I i is a ertnelt by Gov r erhor andiLer dajtn by old Black Hawk Sjo ou could nqt finer 1 He will make the season at 410 For Mare and 8 For Horse Colt Parties having mares to brted j ii the field my stock Care will betaken to avoid accidents but will not be should any occur wheb colt is foaled or mare is parted with orbred R t THE C IILDItEN tir XT l 551J 18tof S7 00Silk 500 00 Bloom 12H250 00 J 1 SilverShirtwarke612000 to35cI f z IIL I CUNNINGHMM DUN I S285S lsonsolda Henry pad125 oughers propertv Larikfbrd Wnayjie precmcthad Saturday organized Secretary Saturday everybody consumption Thegetiuineis Sweeney great Swiss ideries L1S showing tiesYou poundand Burgin1for visitiogre bgnIanceMrs Anderson Stumph Stumph daughter v- Maodville 3umph visiting fWritCDl TbeEoyaiNeighLrs respectfully Jerome Saturday Louisville pomtment Sutherland MiFIed Sutherland SCI1IBB- LEROLEliONFXT PpeumonU LADIES nsormnt1 Flowers and vegetables pucebase elsewhere Thanking t 1lf1i TU4L1US Goods and Goods variety Match KrippendorfDitt thisxrfenkrx LawrenceKvill illisbbra Sipringfield TO Ferns appreciatod White Wash Nainsook COL JOHN Bardstown andwinner Transylvania performers torSyJvian Kentucky Hundley Walsidgham Hambletonian Metropolitan brotheI chd210and Princeton McFerraus darnNe11y Anderson jseCObd Gambetta Anderson byi- Garrard heI LVingCOI LordBacoii fineJbreeding si2rmilesSpringfield Oitihespringj responsible untilfseelsewhere HEDELENt KENNEDYS LAA1VJ- COOGH SYRUPL y bet 9th and f J iI li AND J Two of the best and most breeds Bred from the very best 1 Per l115 action Mrs O R rrNo 5 Ky Phone 175 2 shorts 1 long 7r SaleI Circuit Court Ky QtD BY virtue a and order salc of the Circuit Court rendered at the term It 18t I rAt oclock P M or there about to the highest bidder at public auction jupon a credit six and twelve J months the f escribcd lying and being in Ky on the waters of Cieek and bounded as follows On tieJlorth by the lands of Sameel JL Qrundy Philetus Barber and T S Grundy on tht the lands ii Prank Clements John Walker and Louis Walker on the eby the lands of and on the west bY the lands of Frank Clements t acres more or less Interest 13000 Costs 35Q Total 626O For the price the pur chaser or security of sureties must execute blonds bearing legal interest from r elf sale untU paid and having the force and effect of a A Hen will be retained on landfor which bond is executed Bidders will be to with these terms crt JCl i Hart Marx sUIts the best j j ing in price 75000 2 00 H A Co UPeffction Suits for Youths Boys and t ilndUproDtite I Petticoats 3 Heather V OoJ 59Ainglug50WhiteShirts WALL 1 Pricesi on- ili Table Linens Nap kins Toweii I CARPETS carpet stock com L1S worth Yelvetfi t i25 i 75c 0r50 40 and 35c 800 yai50c 60c yards 40c rugs and lx Git U1II Maini Street Tobacco Warehouse n- jIr I MAIN STRmHOIiPS f INDEPENDEET QU1SENBERRY Managers I 92325 West Main 10th LOUBVILO1 Y I t IISTORAGE FOUR MONTHS FREE rt CHARGEt t i1Best Light in City Auction Daily yBest Inspection Returns PrcrrrptJyMads Mark Hogsheads MAIN f I9fGolden Wyandottes OrpMngtonst popular strains Eggs 1 Saiiof guaranteed pLBMENTSj Springdefd Commissioners Washington BodinePIEquityTurneri of Judgment of Washington February causeEhaproceed Springfiidva1inttt MONDAY APHIL27 t of oltotfing prop lIAWashinjjtou coup ty Cartwright southby of Ea PaImerGundy containing 167 flAmountEstimated purchase purchasers with approved date Judgment i required comply promptly MEJLEACHMAyWCO thing 11Il+ Schaffner tIl8ttmanufactured Sfaifltlhimel coildren AlWays Reliable Petticoats Skirti Wbb ROLLS PAPER Special and I IAxminisieTS slie8 Linoleums Mattinfrs 1 Co INCORitoRATED OWEN COJ Street OF Sales Tour iti liiiilJi Ii MIiI WIIIc WiNfl CHESTNUT DARE a 1II r I CHESTNUT DARE is a large handSome saddle aidka m 3 horse withsize style bone substance finish andy ccraforwatoa 3He combines the blood of the great Chester Dare ad the ref j nned Chief family Hissirc1sC1iestex Dare 10 daia g Red Chief he by Clark Chief the sire of Harrispn Ckktf ih Aftest ot the bredinguaItjesofa horse is thesa1eud 8 riD S As to the sale ring he sired the highest etrae shqw ring ooneofii c colthot four seaspns have ever beeu defeated by the Jl ot aIihorse owned Ifltties at our last fairhis yearlinrrs won aiz ot the e1ght nW3 tIed in full rings He Sired the winning twoyearoHlDII tl1 It5 eCOrldPrem iuin 3yearold harness mares Inrings atrwhite he was shown only twice in saddle Judl1arnese tleiIentries and won easUy Mr Allen who rn8selectedbj theComptnytnd considered a fair and impartial judge said kis cIof 18e1tries had jnore styl ad flulshthaa any lot of toItssaW in one ring A comparison ofhja ring of coltto uaoeotherhorsesat our Qwnfalrand oTher county andstfal iathe reedersto iiotice and conslder before breedIn tI g where He not roduce xmAsnnwhrirspi 3ffe soliCit theof all owners of good mares tin this and adjoining counties patrje 13ThIs horse will make the season at mj place nearSprf eM at 1 I 20 To Insure a Liiing Colt rwill also stand my nddle stallion LesnsrtoB Prijj a 4 at 810 and two No I Jack at 10 for marei d iand for h olse Il1u es t t I B B Leachman If It 1ICfR F D 3 Spnngf1 Ky 1 rI If rb tlmf o= Imcquared as Y Cyrefor Cr fiVp- Besides being anexcellentremcy Toe Colds and throat troubles Cham berlains Cong Remedy ls uncqifaJVd a for OftipJI says Hurry Wil son of Wayne wnInd When glven as soon as thecroupy tough appear thloaemed wilprcvent the attack It is used succea uUjrin many thous aoifs of homcst For sae by BljyfioQ IToyqur chafing 4f5hj dnervUIe JourBt J qSS- t i3eWittS 1It1IeI Etrly fltsr t1e jt 1lerplle SSlcibytLer- i H l i Our is plete L35i 1 worth 1 Tai worth 1 Ingrafo tworth 4000 12ic to all kitid ill sjzes iJf i d1ai ofseye 18 please t f 8 t core J CreamYormug1EN wuips IWOIM 8EMIW 1iiiII r It r = = l3wum QIJi1 LOU RED caoss Diwi TOR- ii t 7I r JPB G TBUTON Jtft9MliT DENllltT Th EmAqTED INThOUT RAIN vJt 411 O ntIfGrr atal W C DryttiCt1j- n oDR C1JDLVI IPy art Slrgeit c hovrs8to 9 ain to2pmy0OSow OT T Hay dons Drugstore jj1 LanPn MD Ofltoe te Ooen ilise 4 o OIflsT4 No rr liccHe38 I t WFvGRLGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW 11 om reope sik ot911mllI KY- IJiv W W HYATT Dr JJ k SPAOLDIN6- Qfltet r r Red Cross lrur Store Once hors Hyatt 10BO1 m k 12 m 4 to 5 pmt l SpanM of 2 to 4pnu and all nightjJ INNY MAYS IEML uiflCTOV MUCEISEDEMBIILMER 9 TELEPHONE DAYtgtNlQHT 74 PllLD III VA11e113s t oieoftoyThe Drinks Ice Cream and Soda WW rJTht 1Mtand freshest of t CandiesandJruitsJ J always on hand Mam Sfrc t next to Wde tFiIVJLean Allen t a TREES 4Titit ud iiiuuntiiit XytrjtBiHg for Orchard Lawn I awt Garden Our Strawberry Ftetttaart moMTmakersiTrv UMW fWrite for free catalogues W bv o eBtsjj HiPHHLENMBYER SONS L Ii3xtneton K TT JE Shelby fI at Itar6c Jersey Hogs I al booking or3ers now R Jr8pdns pigs r1l Springfield Ky LT EGGS l FOR RACllIR1L t iVI 84 d5 bite Leghorn S C Jahoite Islamd Redst Pit Games a d BffprpingtonV Orpifagton Stock froei Mrs Iglehart of UBMO ccHinty Eggs from any of UeaDoY varietiesat sio FOAVoths I VIVV Turkeys jji Wright Strain Pen headed byr i p Tb frpaa Mrs B J Burr i c41inty EMs t212Ct1ts Eac Ernbdert GeeseI- roSMf3 r 1 BFiircklO1lls stock dvlan RttnoWDttck Egfsl0 tebte each iT T LBALLARD- ft fc D i BpriBfieW Ky T 1ftb oltchiQ4i 1itrik e I ttto Md see b fquickly ajrt eMti li Ie to work Me Vfcn cures aaj stomach tttMhto Sr OMMMJ Tfefanded BoW ty tfef fiea QroM Drag ft VVS I TOWN taWSHSvitf tfti Local Happenings of Interest 1 the Freshest and te5tIiIi I AHAboutYourseirI Friends I1all4il AcquaIntiLnccsV tJlI My wMiJWQ Refrigerators a Ii d screen dobrsat achJDan Campbells Tryitbii indestructible pbt no graph records atEussells Get the latest popufar music VfOr your phonograph at B M Russells New phonograph records Edison and Columbia at E M RusseUs Buff Wyandotte eggs for sale at 25c for a setting of 15 Mrs Wiliard Thompson A nlca pine of baby buggies a dgo arts at Leachman Oampbels new furniture store 1 haveJibr sale a pair of threeii year old lworkmulesV jVj L T SPALDING FOR SALEGoodmiIkcowand caif zflsogood butchers stufft CASE BRADY a FOR SALEA nearly hpw rub her tire runabout Also one set light double harness jsGW ivon I havea few strawberry plantr fit 25c per hundred and red rasPtberries abv 50 cts t ISAAC CURRYe You cant break em You cant wear em out The indes trnctible phonograph records at Eussells Have your old plow pointsi ground at N G Marks machine S11OVand made as goodas new for 10 csnts eah FOR SALEK SmithV Prem er typewriter in goodshapeJ and will sell cheap apply tot1 OiifforaI RObets NesLeader office WANTED To buyOak anJ Beech Lumber will pay highest prices Haye for sale Oak ando Beech Flooring Write to Ken tuckyl Hardwood Flooring Co Beech SLL or Woodland Ave Louisville Kyii The 1ladies of the Presbyterian church will haye a sale of dresstd chickens salads hams and iis other good things for the Easter table iat the lecture room of the church on Saturday next April 18th Mr Grant gtumph and Miss Mary Lizzie0arrico win be mar ned in Springfield today Miss Carrico is the daughter of Mr William Crrico while Mr Stumph is ah industrious young farmer of the county 1LIra W P Stallard Springfield new dentist has arrived and is having his office fitted upV Dr Stallard expects to be ready for business in a few days or when his office furniture is in stalled He will occupy the room over McElroy Shaders grocery The regular monthly meeting of the Washington County Medi call Society was held at their room in the Court House on last Monday Those present were Drs W W Kay M W HyattV JC Mudd J N ShehanS J Smock An interesting meeting was held Dr Smock read a paper oh the treatment VVd f measles and other matters of in trest were discussedV The old saying nothing succeeds like success was well ex emplified last Friday and Satur day when the new store pf MrsI Williams was formally ocened with a display of millinery and ladies furnishings that delighted the feminine heart Daylight was excluded and soft rays of liL9whi Shall ItBd Hayingj ttried all other rerne- die S will you continuefM tOV suffer through false prideV C C DONT BE FOOL SH i- I C g Repeated Eye Headaches A sap ones vitality and jf v bring abouta geojT A V all nervous break 4A 1 down A 5 Lc Us Relieve Your He dache C T fcy Removing the Cause J 1cTBK HERU sELLl Springfield Kvj 3 11 nC CiC brt t EaTONGS1V gas light brightened the sceue made Beautiful with flowers and pretty bats that were eagerly admired and bought Mrs Wil hums has studied tbe demands of the busbies here and has pre pared Ito ao a larger businps this year than heretofore Owinglo the sarcitfbefcattle tnij price of beef haf ad ranced inall the cities and locally with no relief until May Potljbuse18cPI ate and Brisket JOe DIJLLA CARPENTER j Painfully HurtV Dr WT Barnette one of the besi known physciars of Wash ingtoncounty was seriouslyVfl juredlast night at 6 oclock atforcerear of a street car Be boarded- BrOOlVstreet car to go to the Gray skeet Infirmary When the car reached the curve at Fourth avaoue and Chestnut it is said that it turned with such fj rce asto throw Dr Barnetta against the rod at the ear of the platform He Inkr IIfafpnIII ral He p sselgerSgrabbedlhim11 Y conIsciousproved enough to ajllow his being removed to the Fifth avenue HoteiiLoubvilie Tipes Barn Burned i A llarge barn on t1hefarm of Lre Lawrence wholiVes about neV mile from Gravelr Switch earthe Buyle and M don county line was burned lasj Sat urday togetherwitnaU its contents The lIre was of in cendiary origin and Mr taw rence sjiys that he sav a number f menibout thet place and fired t them He thought that they had gone away bat some time afterwards discovered his barn in dathesHe also discovered the nxt morning that his tbaccobed had been sailed and he canvas torn away Lawrence inclined to think that the raid was the work of someiparties who iida personal grudge against him ratherthanthat of the tobacco night riders He says that some one had been stealing his corn The barn contained about 300 bushels of corn two harvesting machines besides numerous other articles The barnwas a n wpne and cost 300 to hulld Fire Marshal WI F Neikirk was here ohfMonday and said that he wipuld investi thetate fire Bon rPetersV I At the home of the bride Wed Entirely New Line Trinmed i and Tailored Hilts Will be displayed FRIDAY and SATtJRD Yfor Easter y f MISS KNOTTI IOopbsite First National BankV nesday at nigh Noon the mar riage of Miss Arta Boner of Bryantsville Garrard county and Mr John B Peters of Mackvilte was solemnized The bride ISQ popular young lady and was postmistress cfi Bryaitsyille until recently The groom is awell known stock trader and farmercftizen of this county A receptiori was hel- datthebomeoftie groom Wed nesday evening Wher a large number of relatives and friends had gathered rto welcome thE newly wed coapleV Killed by Lightning thisrii Mopidaytbat i her nephew by marriage bad been killed by lightning at Sherman Texas No details of the tragedy were given Mf Richards married Miss Mary Alvia whoV born aifcjCraycroft was recd in Springfield and who qI a sister of Messrs Eugene ands Hunter Craycroft who reside in Texas arid who f repuently visit Springfield Mr Richards and his wife also visited here for a j short time about eight months ago and Mi Richards made a number acquaintances here who win regret to bear of his sadendV Speaking at Texas i There will be a meeting of to bacco growers and tne ffiiends of law and order at Texas on next aiThurmanai meeting was neld at that place on last Saturday and a Law and Ordel League was formed with about lorty members The cittzensof the Texas neighbor hood are prepairipg to put out a large crop of tobicco this year and they are alsQ prepar ing to defend themselves and- theirproperty against any night riding gang 0 RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOcPfcR L- BEASTERSPECIALS II For your Easter Dinner you nt bnly the best and that we always try to have For this occasion we are going to offer you some extra bargains and give you the best HERE THE AREV I1 FOR CASH I Saturday April 18th fdoz best Lemons regular price 20c for 12 Id Oranges 20 2 boxes Jellq i eg price 1 Qc for u 15 3 cakes CermanSweet Chocolate regSc 10 2 cans best lOc corn r 15 3 cans best 3lb Stan4d TomatoV- 25 2 cans best 1 5c Pea 25 3 25canst l i 17 lbs stand Granulated Sugar 1 00 81bs u u Uv r 50 18 lbs BrownS g r i v 1 00 u 50- oucannot 9u affordto misa the abovebffers They are iextra Bargains and Money Savers a Fruits and VegetablesW- ewill have a full supply of Fruits and Vegetables con siating of Oranges Bananas Lemons Strawberries To ai toes Lettuce Onions Ridishes Beets Celery and evervthing the market affords VcpME TO SEE US Yours TrulyVI ft McBlroy Se Shader Call of Convention pub1iICounty held at Springfield Ky Jon April 4it was ordered by said committee that the Re publicans of Washington county meet in mass convention in the court house at Springfield Ky at one oclock P M Saturday April 25ih 1908 for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent Washington Cbunjty at the Fourth Congressional Districti Cohvention to be held at Elizav MondayMay candidate for Congress a Mem berof the State Central CQmi mittpe and two delegates and two alternate delegates to National VCtiof the Republican party to be held in Chicago Ill on June 16 1908 and also to beldIMay 6thj 1908 for the purpose of electing four delegates from the State of Kentucky at large and rgeItosaid National Convention W FGrigsby Chairman AM Duncan Secy f VNAL l FE RS Dr John Spalaing was in Bard towu one day last week on business VVMr Charlie JonesVinLebanon Sunday Misses EUar Sweeney and Jen die Adams were in Louisville Tuesday r Mr and Mrs Daze Logan of Danville visited relatives here last seekV Mrs JJ E arrico of New Hajyen is visiting Mrs G T Clements Mr T L Edejen has returned to Louisvirie after spending several weeks at home Miss Lizzie H skins spent last Week inBardstosvuiV Mr Rod Wharton has been in Louisville a few days t Miss Fannie McEIroy was visi tirg in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs Geo A More and little son Joseph of Liba non were visiting her parents Mr and last- week MrswrYoung CoIR Postr master PT Conway of Leba non were over Monday on business Miss Mabel Price has returned from a visit to friends afcBards townJ Miss Elizabeth Reyuiersdn of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Ethel Searoy from Saturday until Monday IMr Chas Huntar one of tthe lit w editjrsof the Marion Falcon was iu town Saturday and paid this office a call Rev RE C Lawson and H M Grundy are attending Pre bvterry at dildlesbyro this week Mr Edd Boblett of Bards town who has been very ill for several eckswas intowp Tuesday somewhat improved Miss Laura Shehan spent Satuday andSunday at Maud witii friends and relatives Mrs Elizabeth Graham and daughter Miss Margie who have been making their home aV Henrville Ind have taken tie cottage recently built by Mr Mr J T Oraycrof t on Vir ginia avenU3 and will move th sir household effects here the last of the week IMrs Harry Brown of Lebanon isited friends the latter part of last week i Misj Pearl Conner is visitingi in Louisville rJ1Mrs J T rather of Leba I non attended the millinery openings here Friday Mrs lH Thui nan visited Mrs H D Rodman in Louis yule last weekVMiss Mary Catherine Lemon of Louisville was a guest of her aunt Mrs Jobn W Lewis tills week AIweek with Dr and Mrs JBR Bards of Harrodsbarg rjr Miss Ethel and Mr Bqbter McClaskey of Blocmflld spent the week end with Miss Viola Brown IMr8 Emmott Wigrgihton of TayIQr vile visited her parents Mr and Mrs J R IDurrett last week Mrs E A Linham of Louis ville is visiting her daughter Mrs TA Hardesty Mr Joe Wycoff was in Mack yule Sunday Mr EarnetTonghs gone toj Decatur Ala Inhere he has a position t Dr Ed Mudd of New Haven visited his old home here the first oftbeweekV Mr H M Moss8artdMr Joe Wycqff are in Louisville this week Mrs J H Hopper and Mrs B L Litsey are visiting friends at BloornileldV Mrs F R Neai speht a few days in Louisville lastweek Dr and Mrs W W Hyatt of Willisburg are in Louisville Special EASTER SALE Of Millinery and Ladies Fur nishings Friday and Saturday atIWilliams Mrs Mollie Mayes and son Charles who spent the winter witn Mrs JV o Chescheir at Fort Scott Kan arrived home yesterday Mss Nell Puttnan of Lebanon was a guest of Miss Flaget Simms the first of the week I Miss Kite Mayes and Miss Nann Simms were inV Louis yule TuesdayV MissVirginia Lisleor Lebanon was the guest of Mis frahnie McElroy last Friday Mr and Mrs M H Jones spent Sunday at Slielbyville t To Sewing Machine Buyers Qhe half car load of the finest Davis machines that was eyei shipped to your city We will now give to any Sewing Machine COl100to sew with USIWe have be 19C8 style If you wish to seeong drop us a card and we will viSit your home and show you a grand sewing machine Will take your old one in ex change Write us at Spring field Ky N R LON- GzNLOliGL Ice Cream Supper at Blinco 1 On Tuesday April 21st tfce young Jadies and gentlemen of Holy Rosary congregation at Manton will give a delightful jce cream supper and euchre party at Bljn0o Kyfbr be benefit of tfoly Rosary church KefreshmJBnts g4 ay kinds will be serveLnd the V4ehreVRr1V will begin atA most delightful evening is promised to all who attends In case of bad weather H will bA postpond toi Saturday April 25th 1WeareVshowiig- I Come in and make your selection early so if we should be of your size Iout order same for yolk and have ready for ou for Easter I Leiu8 tike vour orr der Mbses for a Ladies I or I SpringSuit We can showf vou the maeml and styl s and guaranep satisfaction Favorus with a call and VII oblige ii V4 1Ni f t1 7 in- L1dies ad t t IIMisses M SPf Ugicu Jackets f VVJust xceiyd froa r the 2arL41fdtIIrsr t We shOw thern i I i Tan Blla StrIps J P1aVVjj LLLiUKlaforp1 fitt1gloos back Prices are BeIMIiIf1 For such High aJtjI JI 34 j i4VL Thp Roberts u laybrookc Coiii c SINCORPORATED I v f S t r U fIIT Ylv t At IrtleM V1 1 ip f 1bVYou can get Ice Crejarn SodiUi4 5 and Sundaes evety day Fresh and 5 rtoothsome Cakes and Candies 1ii Ir iTw Meals and LunchesV f r most any time Fresh Fish forat your It tj fsst day dinners l t r SrVFOR EASTER NOVELTBI S 1Come and see our line i 1 ssssVV KATIE HERfLEIN udBro i J AoJ t h c ttttttt ti iCLOCK TALK jW- V 5 J In buying Clocks the public regards Ike I foutward appearance or show that tbeC1 K2f j Vdakes without giving proper thoight toitei o i4 l t Imechanical perfectionthe vital ptrfcof tsV rt fp Clocks that do notteep perfect fcimeara 4 i j VtIn aggravation and one that eMlta harsH qo7 grinding sounds in striking is grating on the rj f nerves i t 1 My clocks are jtiiochanically perfect and Pa f Iare encased as elaborately its the price 1 f tasked will allow tI t z First the Mechanisai At tAa r iz Second the Appoaranc a v z Third the Price r- Thsse M7a t three constitute a Harmdaib jilible r 5 r that ae31t tO OiLqbest intsrst to biy f i 4clocks here f fIf 1a i =IJas J Grave It t f 44444 1 TO Our Friends The Pc Zlk 1 t t ta fJ 1 We are now thstalledin oinbaoinw store building and are elB sYry dfVan attractive hiiie of Spring gos c ofWe are better equipped to landm k prices than efer and ce 1 ti Vite the public to giyaiui a ciil j I j R spictfuhly vc 1ci Gfundy cr Mcinar by v 9 t 4 c rw wii 7 T 1r r Twr V- 1IIJ liftdOMISO cl t s = i STAaftO WEAIIfll Of y c ti AJLa TOTHIVOTIBt M 4wI SrM- c W Msvrs Is 1Pr jfJh Pe- sCwrtDsMt f 4 at OoYror John A Johm l ifTObuMMt lav toned a letter p MMt f TTf P tattocetHr COnSti s lit aMiWM tfli tiM Democrats of tWflNBtir Both BMk a strong jJI Ittal to DMMcrali fterywJtereto ex eIt vsIs M IbM UM Denver k tell to a tftttbtiate body W II look tiM 1MA GYM and t OodV1U wlw wlil repre ifrnili mot DMnberacy cam win WttZ W1Ck M I1 Fred i4skt tyocfa trsiarr oi the Mlc aJCSocrstc 3UU Cstrs l Com i W kttf ipMirt ooe in the arpj Pfcdflc W41CtJeqoI ic alf l h JiIIwIt t DMr Mr Tare a Democrat aai If IB iMtaM Tim r4 Democrat that th fc ddriMiii to you wIth jelW A7 m will ezeii yoBTKlf iffig UM jprtr OMoCJ Nt t s ttais Vto Tletoryr a ptioBg aid accept ibIs 114W r tM pr1acy4 ThSDs oeracy tit tMt have far Jl yoaln kom Joatee s oimd and tte MM la ais irri that aflfler the W oMMBiiotMi iifcat s certaU For J i u party tea ba drifting t JA aatocratlc convention wteia pods efceiee JI to be aubor iMMM to pirio l will MtMtint DseYts feeling that party gytraaed IftdlTidual In ftcreei tertf ha4 the courage to- t1 W ak away front the drift ad offer OVJOHN A JOHNSON the party a candidate who iI Boml4 anyjto pcaetteally eertalm of election Re J totttec MPlnet the doctrine of despair w MM H for grated that there is i M nsuslty for the ravens of defeat- to perch oa the banners of De ioc rM1 ia It4t1 simply becaute th y Aid U ISM ItfO Ucllt04 C ditkiM ladiwtrlally financially c t Mtd jMifUealry are uek that we have this 7 cr tto f ix rtwmlty of a genera tIes to win the presidency Sf yn ucla the other Democratic not the country will but re fbMl to the imvitatlom and the oppor UwRy extJti to ylou by the Demo craw e Uianecota we can escape- ii frMt 1he kUghting tradition of defeat a 4 nhaWUtatf the party and the na hr Ilea br a great political victory next 1 Xermerf 1 There IB still ample time ftt see that eftoagk delegates are elected to rkl taW eeaveBtie to make that a 4eHtontlre DemocratIc body that will Inlplft Ithk JMd we solicit your Cooperation t 1 awi will heirtily welcome and con ieer aay siiggestlons you may offer p teW11trr is It not depted wJtttKmt the sacrifice of principle to iater JudlcioujS and comprehensive thoHSjfrt of the sitttalion and exert hisaaetf to see that this delegates to0 tte XAtkmai convention at Denver JpJy 7 skall go there unfettered oy the Uead ted of the past an8 prepared to eoaoMor calmly the political outlook- aM te chances of Democratic sue M then with cool and careful jnigsisnt select a nominee who can wtai l Tk4s le a DeniocratI year if the Distocfats of the ntloi will but make VIei VWhy postpone all hope of success a dr tte beginning of the restoration mt DosibcraUc control for another four ir DM Away with Pawns IB MM of Us sssiifi Gov John Bom siid If th Kltc oftcers are nit Ca4eq ately crnauted BOW for tter Mnk ix jthe compensation to pisek an extent as to make it reason t aMe eosaponsatio and do away with tte possibility tf any oficec becoming a iMAelarYet the favor of corpora f IMM nad by roaspa of gratuities be 4 under some obligation to uorntIoa which extenda the j And urge osf i r aWoiisiy tteoariy cMctment ot a law i wWoMwJM4ofOT abolish tte system MteBiOMte Ad it was doneJ 4fai4AM IrioteMui whe wasnt sntch of t iMMsler w t set te hunt Q day stad IaSw to shoot Rt was- the top K t thf nf ggDelYto pick ltU i there waii n Jk 1j ffofc wb ofc h rakMitl carernity at- tUS Wfffc lr Pj ltt Jlt1tmth JlI 1iti In r lt rinirLts1 Vii4il i uwt 1tr e 5ws Rrt IR too tug IW iJ bleW therffthcra off o psTerJ eji Library J If fka Qtiseri said Mlas n tottepV ttejnsa WMir their 1lIIcr excIaied MIis iII Aa It SD poIttIy aI rPbII this ttmutry who Win b7 tar ft atil generally wiw vi sy jr tag tk way boafc Attam On t SAVE THIS titd SOM Safc Place 4 Font MayC jan dy SDay Here is a simp e homemade n ikture as given by an eminent Authority on Kidiey dIeases vrhomakts the statement r in a- New York daily ntivespaper that it will relieve almost any e Eeof Kiidbev trpubJfe it taken before the stage of Bri hts diseases He states that stch symptoms as lame back pair in the sidej frequent desire to urinate es pecially atr night painfullanq discolored urinati n are readily oyercoine Here is the recipe tryit Fluid Extract Dindelion one halt ounce tJomp und Kargon one ounce Cqm ound Syrup rfarsaparilla three ounces TakeJ a teaspodnful atter each meal and at bedtime A Wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these iovredientsi ar all harmless and easily mixed at hone oy shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar hea ing and sooth ingeffectMipon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the w rst forms of Rheumatism in ust a Htlf whjle This mlJt re is said to remove all bloed Disorders jana cure the Kheu matibm by for ing the Sidneys to filter and strain from the blood aid system all uric lJacid and fou decomposed wastematter whic i causes these afflictions Try it if you ar mf well Save the i res ription Good Roads JI h hSBy his signature the Governor makes the Boiwor hWyatt bill a law and so in 19t9 the people of Kentucky will b r called upon to voeon an ameidmenH to the Constitution to permit tbe counties to devote were money to the maintainanceandcnstructio1oftne state government to help the work by a system c f advance No state can we move forward so long as its highway system ISsd attainable as to hamper progress Personal comfort and ciUizton are dmr portaht reasons or building good reads Commerce is a rea son that atpeals mt eloquently to the modern miLd Commerce is absolutely dependent upon the public roads The farmer must hunt his crop to the railroad The mine must get his prdduce to the carriers Ample facilities add to the producers wealthy for they not only make his cost of hauling low and spur him tore newed efforts j eaf by year but they increase the values of the land They be1p the individualli and commonweal Give Kentucky a system of bighwaysand pdt down nigh- tridersand land values will rise inevitbly It has been a subject of consideration and discujon whether the so calle- dpauprj counties uf the state that is the counties which draw from the state treasury OJ than tlev payin are poor be cause their roads are well uigh impassiblc tor whether their roads remain impassible because the counties are poor The weight of the argument is in favor of the theory that the counties are paupers coinm uni tes for the redsonthattbey dont build roads that they might dp P ISOS Conquer Cough That Dons o around with at mortgage on your coest Every day that you let It remain the tighter its mIl becomes The couth becomes moro violent aid cxhaustin tho del icate bjruuthiql passaccs Btt infl tacd under tbe continual hack nithelungs become ltqrated undrr the con anly curring paroxystas With r Pisos Cure andISealing effect upon the entire respiratory cous membrane It has stood the ttest for nearly half a century as the one reliable remedy for con sumptiop colds and all chest aflcctlons It uocst right totheprj n of the trouble lemoytff the cause and aids naturela rcstofinc healthful con flitions Pisos Cure is absolutely frco from ob jectionable Ingredients Its perfect safety pleas ant taste and unequalled efficacy make it theideal Tcmcdy Tot man woman and child If you have a cougKrive it out today eforelt qerYo1l CURE 0 WhatStoveCforSummer Nothing add to kitchen IDeC convenience a New P Anything Blue Flame that mmuweathrJJ do the New do and de ftfatter Bakes roasts boils toaate j heats jgie wash water and the jad irons and does it without dissipating its heat through the room to Tdiscomfort The NEW PERFECTION nick Blue Flame 00 CookStove actually keeps the kitchen cool actually makes it comfortable for youwhile doing the family cooking because unlike the coal range its heat is directed to one point only right under the kettle Made in three sizes fully warranted If not ri with your dealer write our nearest agency affords a Ii- I RabLAMP mellow T light that is very grateful familyIlamp Brass nickel platedh nce more able than other lamps If not with your dealer write our near est agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY tIrpeiratl4 velop their commerce increas the values of their lands and so add to their productivity in general1 The BosworthWyatt act aims to remedy extstiilg cdnditions in Kentucky by making possible the construction of additional roads and the improvement of those which nowmore resemble hogs Hun thoroughfares It plans fpr those counties which are aBe to help themselves meanc whereby they may help themselves and for those not so fortunate away whereby they mky ber helped What the state advances must be repaid but with good roads nthtplace of bogs tne counties in creased prosperity will make the obligation an easy one Gouri erJournal AnMionsI Jaw Ohe of the worse features of kid ney trouble is thatit is an InsidioutS disease and before the izes hisdaner he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Care at theflrstsipn of trouble as it cor rects irregularities and prevents Brights disease and diabetes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store An Unique Judgment Relative to the trial of Rose Boon in the Couoiy Court of whiOhwo made mentien in these columns two veeeks since and pursuant to the order of the cudrti Boon produced ihe sheep killing dog Monday and delivered him to the Sheriff The fol lowing is a part of the udg ment entered HIt is therefore ordered by the court that the Sheriff of Marion ounty sball take said dog to witl yellow shepherdlwith aJ white throat to the county jail and there the said dog shall be Ranged by the iueck until dead prkileiir some other appropriate manner and thereby the said dog shan pay the penalty to thes law Jor the crimes that he has commit ted to wit tbesiatigh er of sheep in Marion county with maluce aforethODgbt and not in hia neccessary or appereutly laec cessary self defence TIle Sheriff of Marion county shall be allowed one dollar to be taxed as cost for killing sad dog and the tine heretofore iimposed upon tire def ndant Rose Boon is hereby remitted and held for naught but the said defendant shall be adjudged to pay the cost of this action No exceptions are re served to this judgment excepti by the dog ana be is given the right to take the case to g higher court if there is a higher court for ogsLebanon Falcon I time SIiO1gr WeetherI resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains there is nothing so good fdr a lame shoulder as Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it treely and rub the parts vicroronsy at each application anda quick cur is certain Sold by HaYdon Robert son Ordered ToXeave State Mr K E Grossfield of thlualvisa vc nity was in burg Monday for the purpose of offering a reward of 250 for the apprehension of the writer of a threajeuing letter which he re ceived a lew days before from supposed night riders The letter was postmarked at Har vodsburg on April 2nd ltwtI written in a very scribbling and the spellin was very bad Following iis the letter as it was written You hive bin baling of poled tcbaco ve need you ho longer and just give you 10 days to git out of this Stale apd if yuu aint out of Kentucky in 10 days we will hanK you io the talest tree wecan find aud burn eveo thing in your pos twn take fair warn ing N R MrCrossfield said that he is a member of the Burley Society having been among the first men in the pounty to poollhis tobacco Ha recently delivered his tobacco tot1ie Equitywarehdse in Harrotisourg and can not understand why he should have beensent a letter He said that he believed that the letter was sent him by some person in the Community who may have a per sonal grudge against him Mr Crosbfield telephoned The Democrat yesterday that be would pay a r ward of 250 for the detection of the writer of the letter He said too that he isprepared to pro cept himself and his property should the night riders pay him a yisit Harrodsburg Del lOcat for Whooping Cough Give ChamberJainsCongb Remedy It will keep the ccugh loose expec torrtion easy and render the fits of coughing less frequent and less severe1 i It is safe and sure For sale bJ the Red Olros Drug Stor The wea her for the last week is what brings on catarrh Get a Hyomei outttt for 100 from the Red Cross Drug Store and catarrh y ill not bother you Money jack if Hvcmei fails tto cure the worst case of catarrh BADoAos IN ftLINOIS vroDV of its Con let i Con ricts of Illlnoli are nasJsUhg die coustructlon of hard roads by rur ting stone erushera that tie rcQflut leen installed at both the Jollct a Chester penitentiaries says a Clooii ngton special to the New York pvc tUg World At the Cornier the ontir Is about 400 eiible yards per day tim eleven of the largest cars IffIs ph ned to laeruasc the output shortly t twenty cAw per day Any county or ownshlp that will us tfertnke ballcl hard roads wilt given nK they niint of this ciuaJt lOCk fret the or V expense belns tb penltentIaryllUlndestkwtlQn sess mow miles of poor highway flia my cUre Jtate In the treat The sfcU a hljjIiVJny eommlsloT Ua now tai up the nUMtoii of c6 rt1tet1ng camg1e vtekte or roads i varIous counties of tW state The first rpHm Is to thoroughly tiw the road so as to drain off all water The dirt la then brought to a cone k the center and thoroughly rolled Tbre layers of crushed stone of varying she 1mmildA Panther sChoolteacherln iiYetIil pantlsToQrnlsslIeJ HO i The effect of Scotts Emulsion on thin patechildrenia1icaL fo make tU plumpi rosy active happy It conlairw God IjYcrjOil Hypopho phites Iand Glycerine to makat fat blood and bone and to ttogether liiatiit is easily digested by little folk ALL DRLTCQISTS 50O AND SlOO E J t AI Bad r Sign t v 1 r a 2 i2 k howsbutotfetnaIbese of the JMIfJ ofCarduiMrsfar idurtoen J4great pain last JI trW CarduL and aw I curd At sa IIIA LETTER r HORSE 1- II Brooders Attention L D Baker Offers Fine 1sti of Stallions for Season of 19U8 at his Stables Fair eII I Grounds Springfield Ky 1I desire to express my thanks to the stock breeders of Wash I tronageldnringMoko Pearl No 40394 1Record 228 trial 218 The greatest trotting bred showf stallion The hanaspmest son f the celebrated Moko Mokb Pearl iis a bay stallion 1531 hands tpaled in 1903 and was bred at Walnut BayouWilkes I I Pearl is out of Little Pearl 221 by Hinder Thomas LittlePearls dam is by Isolene Moko Pearl will make the season at S20 to insure a living colt and will be limited to 30 mares The seasonends June lst The following statement from this horsesformer owner tells something of his individual merit Moko Pearl has been shown at the JKentucky fairs since he was a twoyearold and won practically everything he was shown for in harness ard roadster I LlvreJ1ceburgShelbyvilleabout the 5th pf August 1907 after a heavy stud season amI 10 days preparation he was 2d at the Blue Grass Fair in strongest roadster class seen in Kentucky in years Peter Witl1tl Great 207i was the winner These performances should keepinghimGeorgeBowerman Idrove him in 218 in 1081 in 33 seconds After showing him at the Blue Grass Fair last year we worked him a zetf mites and gave him a record of 228K we believe he is a good trotter and a game horse this iis the opinion of every man who has pulled a orbetterHehorse veryhandsomepective trotter for the greenclasses oul be hard to find Red dII Registered 19SQ Vol VA S HoBA This horse is too wellknown to need any introduction to the 1breeders of Washington and adjoining counties Ii the opinion I of well posted horse men he is the best breeding saddle horse In the State He made the season at my stables last year and his fine crop of colts are testimonials to his merit as a breeder Red Bird will make the season of 1908 at 20 to insure a Jiving colt and will be limited to 50 mares Owners desiring to bree to this horse should book their mares earlyS Bouncing Connaught No 15272 j Hacknef Stallion ln3 hands a beautiful chestnut sorrell with three white feet and snip nose This is axemarkably handsome horse P ssesrn the true hackney style and shape and is a fine actor This is just the horse to improve the size and stamina of 1 carriagehorsesInsure a living colt N TOHN SIMMSHattraded this well knoYPrlack You all know him for he carries his rep wit him sameiermsilS1astj colt Mares traded or pajrted with forfeits insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on cOlt IUntil seasonis pilid Mares fronta dissance grazed at reasonable price Mares entrusted will our personal attentiop but t responsible for accidents or escapes Parties interested in fine stock are cordially invited to visit IIn stables at the Ea1r Grounds and inspect my horses 1 L K R LHoffman Dare Sirea by Dignity Dare No 1982 be by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel li No 58 he by Black Eagle No 14 he by King William Tot 67 First difm Glen Maty No 240 2d djim Raven hy Anderson Belllfo 15805 retord 220i 3rd dam Mcimb ri no Princess dam of day Bird 2 30- DESCRIPTION Black 16 hands high 4yearsold with plenty of style and action as tine a natural tail as any horse and comes from a fomily on bIth sides that hew anotedrecord Hoffman Dare wiU make the seasotof 1908 at Caiillewood Htock Farm three wiles from Spring elJ on Lebanon p ke for 10o To IInsure a Living Colt I will also stand Two Goo Jacks at satae place at 10 to nsure a Living colt You patrouage is kmlv s615citrd Apply to L 4 W S GIBBS Springfield Ky Dq not dotC the stomach TO cure catarrh inthe nose nd throat Breathe Hyomels med cated air which goes right io the pt and kil s all catarrh geetm s Sold under gunantee by the Bed C ss Drapr Store WIltes Urity causing At am all duat k WRITE US was Bird I receive Millionaires and AristocratsI The millionaire becomes an arlstc crat when he forgets theres comfort IIin the kltchenv Manchester Union Gold Cuff Buttons 59 Tags Fountain Pen 109 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tag Tagt Write today for afnetoty of valuaMs fAftft StatnM Bock far W If Mdrea Advice cescrtbe your symptoalSJstatlnJ aLadles Advisory The h =Meo TtI iiv r a UP 9 44 I SEAsON 1908 Thesyoung Stallions wilimalce the season M 19H4 syIs4r belter Known as the Foster Ray place on Ike DtMV ti aslLebanon pike one and one half miles front Lsbsngs KyX THE ENGLISH IMPORTED BACENEY GLASSMOOR PRINCE N 0 lI3B S B fE yBomiu Gabrill No 81t16 J N E I S tl Damn Glassmoor Sue 18821 E HS Btby Accident H- DEscRipTroNFoaled 41w E II H B 1904 Is a beautiful black 15 ba3inches onehind ankle white snip in face A very rangy eck fine head and ear short lengthy quarjer a clean Mattset of limbs This horsejias extremely high all rund action Ht4 is a half broth9rt 0 the great show mare Hildred owned by Kim Bedford of Conn and hissire Copalder Bonny Gabriel 80r5 for 8000 Glassmoor Prince has already proven to be a Wcat show bbrse winningfirst at Iowa and Illinois Stite fairs Ckkaeand Terre Haute Horse in 1907 He conies from chescnH tau 7 Fee 25X61InSuteaLiy 001 i RED REX No 141 PunionsJre Pea ine O1796 h byiiec MCLOkT 833 he b RexDenmari4O 1st Eam Nay bj Ke4ucky lltfriIhebY Indjan Chlef 2d dam by Grayag1e heby Aniericn Eagle GrayEagJe l Foaled 1903 A beautiful l che tnat sorreL ihands with two white stockings REf has a very fine head adneck ood short back extra bone and muscle and Ma heM a tallstyl can not be excell d He an rack vtry fae is very distinct in his trot and can step a three minute gait with llthgrace anj action one could wish and is Rood at the canter When you see him to harness he yop think he is a trotting horse and Svegaitedsaddle v fRex Peahie 1790 the sire of ths horse had three cut kwt year were unbeaten and Ret Rex has ben tery succe fai as isnot horse from a colt pn wInning man premiutH In haraeis aid saddle classes all over the country We were told by Mr Claude AithohIPembsrton of Elizabethtown one of the bes lrorsnren anywhere tt his colts are young they are high prices Leek at + him and look at his breeding and bexibnvincedthathe iis the beat in the land it rFee 20 To Insure uiit 1 1 t riI- OUBLACKJACK t Will Stand at 10tolMureyTi iJf This Jack has whjte points and is an extra good amlc Jack l- 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