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Indigestionl I U IU IflLHt ctIIrk k t =111 1 11im 5j DlitsWhatYOUEat wMet Lbs StEb Sw C G Ball ITT 004 CbHwtr U RED CROSS DRUG STORE i 7w 1SjlJscii17 WSLL4wDiIt Ci ILM 4 i r Iw jSPRINGFiELD Kentucky returbedfrHe vifcited Seattle and other points Washington also San Francisco Denver and Salt Lake City He was very mucb pleased with Denver and Salt Lake but says Seattle has been boosted ten years ahead of her real growth and that tbere are notf ten mon there for every available job Wheat is the chief product of Washington and Dr J1 des has leftl at this office a pamplb of Spring wheat grawnthere which made forty seven bushels to the acre He left with n also a cigar box full of Washington soil which is of an ashy color and looks lie il would not grow anything He says it isa great fruit country and that in theYocami Valley some of the fruitgrowers realize as much as 1000 at acre per year for their crots and that the improved lands in the valley sell at f1000 to 1500 an acre and unimproved for 300 to 400 an acre Dr Eades says that heis not a land agent but that from the agricultural point of view ne wbuld not give Cen tral Kentucky ior anything he saw iq the west The Doctor owns the Mason farm near Cove Springs containing about 400 acres which cost him 125 an acre Harrodsburg Herald Need More Judge Wells It iis given out that the circuit court of Nicholas ounty will have the cowardly and brutal murder of Hiram Hedges by Night riders investigated u That is the way the do nothings always talk Strong instruct ionsn to a grand jury go no luther usually than the ears of those present and are cheap political claptrap What Ken tucky needs is more men like Judge WellSj of Galloway Harrodsburg Democrat ijt4 Early fHstrsr- km i famm KiiteBlffe Hall line Trees and Racks from 0 50 2501 t Tables and oak 750 to L- Library Book v j v Taberets and T5cto Wall pockets 75c to 1 n Mrs T E Wilton Brooding Over 111 Health Ends Her- Life By Drowning j One of the saddest tragedies which has ever occurred this county was tLat which happened at the home of Mr Thomas J3 Wilson on last Saturday mornfog Mr Wilsons wife Mrs Florence Arbor Wilson took a desperate way of ending her life her body beipg found in a cistern near the Darn about two nours aftershe had from the house The particulars of the dis tressing affiir as near aswe can learn them are aboutas follows Mrs Wilson was at work in the kitchen doing the churning when she complained to the colored woman cool that she was feeling anti the woman said she ap pared tJbeIn a very nervous condition The cook advised Mrs Wilson to go into the house and lie dowqad thougdt she had done so until MrJack Sharp a daughter who was visilii R her mother the time came to the kitchen to loOk for her mother Mr Wilson had gone 4o a neighbors some business early in the morrting searcbBe and his little s nsl looked over the pace ahd fitially t t went to the barn and noticing that the corof to a cutern baa been pushed aside were horrified lo discover the dead body of the wife and mother iu the clear water of thecistern The un fortunate woman had removed hecshoesand stockings and her hat and tbesp were found on the outside of thf well Help was hastily summoned abd Dr JSHopper ai d Sterling near neighbors with the assis tance ofa negro man soon brought the body to the bouse Mrs Wilson had been in bad health nearly all wKter She had a very severe attack the needs claims below The Bed 11Three piece bed room suit 1250t6S75 00i Handsome solid brass bedsT 20 00 to 50 00I Iron beds plain and fancy p J 225 10 25 Solid mahogonv Chiffoniers iS 25OOto 001 Solid Dretsers 00 to 40 Odd Dressers in Oakvl 850 00 Folding Beds 1250 to 85 00 oak 1500 t7 25 00 Shaving stands 850 to Library- A select of BTall at to mahogany 15 1S nSAD TRAGEDYl in ill at on 101oclockbecam Thompson of 85 mahosjony 25 12 For the A full line of Kitchen Safes 450 to 10- Kitchen 2 to Refrigefaiors rebest lii he of ever shown at 10 to 17 Irecoeredand was despondent about her condition but said nothing that would indicate that she contem plated self destruction Mrs Wilsop was before her marriage Miss Florence Arbor daughter of Mr Morrison Arbor anQid icitizen of the county Seven children survive her a daughter Mrs Jack Sharps bf WilHsburg and six sons two older of whom reside hi Chicago Mr Wilson had been living in the neighborhood bf WilHsburg for a nuruber of years until about the fiStof thiear when be mvd t the fim in the lleas ant Grove neighborhood known as the Thomas Browne farm Mrs Wilson was a woman of irefinement and possessed of a bright wind Sbe was a sister of Mrs Andrew Thompson and Mrs Fannie Parks of Louisville The funeral took place at Pleasant Grov Presbyterian church On Monday afternoon Interment in Pleasant Grove cemetery Mr SI Bowe ot Wayne W Va wrltesI was a sufferer from kidney disease so that atdhnel could not get opt of bed and when I did I couldnot stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Cure One dollar bottle and part of the second cured me entirely Foleya Kidney Cure worku wonders where others are total failures Sold by tba Red Cross Drug Store Want Another Judge In the casd V of the Common wealth of Kentucky against Wathen Mueller i3o which stands for trial next Wednesday the deTend ants Wednesday filed a lengthy affidavit alleging among other thiog hat the Hon I B Thurman th presid ingjudseof the Marion circuit court will not afford them or either of them a fair and impar tial trial because sid judge has and entertains an extreme and averson bias alld prejudice towards and against the law permitting the sale of whiskey and anyone l engaged in ths manufacture sale thereof The affidavit re cites the fact that Judge Thur man took an active part the recent local option election and quotes trom speeches made by liimlt that time and alleges that he took an active part in having Certain advocates of tbe whiskey cause arrested for the purpose of intimidating and humil iaiing them They further allege thaf Judge Thurman had stated in the Taylor circuit court tnatjf any doubt arose in bis mind in whiskey case he would solve ltiin favor of the common wealth They further state that the couityia auout equally divi dtd between Catholics and Pro testants that the adherents of the Catholic faith are iin princi paf opposed to the enactment q nd enforcement of sumptuarv and believe in tbe full ex ercise of the greatest freedom ol personal liberty and are sequ ntly opposed to loc hpLlon laws jarr d that many Protestants are likewise opposed to the en acimeatof sumptuary laws and to locall option statutes and that the threejjury commissioners were dry Protestants and that of the 36 drawn for petit Cathtflicsof the 24 names drawn for grand jury service only seven are Catholics and they are dry men The affidavit winds up that affiants are opposed to local option Iais and are opposed to being tried by jury mem who are partisans to the subject of local option No action can be taken on this affidavit till court conyenesrMiarion FalconI CtatelauVs Has ike IMr Fred C Hanrahan a prom nent driiggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lIt ik a great remedy and one of the best pateut medicines on the market I handlel some others for the saw j purpose that pay me a larger profltr1 but this remedy is so snre to effect a cure and ray customer so certain lbjr appreciate my recommending it to him that I give it the preference or sale by HlyJon Robertson county people bought immense tosuit richest for and pedestals unreasonable Preference for dining tables 4 75 to 40 00 quartered to J 1250 to 60 00 China closets oak oval glass frons and M rr to 40 00 solid oak cobbler per from 550 to 20 00 Siot 12 03 75 to 8 00 And Couches Bed Lounges upholstered in best veloir 12 Best Chase heather Box cedar 12 50 toS17 Davenports best chain steel springs oak 20 to 25 Childrens 350 to 10 Sanitary 8i50 tt pouch and Davepport 5 up INSTRUCTS TAfT lThe Republicans of Wash ington County Send a Taft Delegatio- nS the State Convention Pursuant to a cilF issued by W F Grigsby Chairman 9f the commttf1e1the t met in mass convention in the court house in Springfield Ky on 25th 1908 lo select delegates to the Repub District Convention to tbe held at El blown Ky on 1 May 5th 1908 and the Republii can State Convention to be held in Louisville Ky on May 6th 1908 The been called to order by County Chairman W P Grigsby Hn John W Lewis was unanimously and Marshall Duncan permanent vingIandfcarriedcommittee on resolutions WIF Geo W Colvin WJG C Wharton and R M Thompson were appointed as members of the Suit d commit tee The report of the COQIj mittee as hereinafter set out tjaving been unanimously adopted the convention adjourned Tt e report of the Commitee onResoluiipns WdS as folloks rhe of Wafhipgton county in mass convention as sembled pursuant to a call of the Republican County Committee approve thecall of the can Central Committee forc for a to beheld Ic6thCommittee for the convention of the Fourth District to bd held at El izabelhtownon the fifth day of May next Believing that and of Baby and We for the assortmint and I iT 1t Baking Powder ThsNITIilujPcraa1Isyal aid fr pifn Insures and delicious food for every home everyday SafifMrfc jiirfNl aIdsgIims the present Secretary of Var Hun 2km H Taft of is Dreemineniir as a states than jurist and iin administrative lot the exalted position of Presii ent of the United States cans of Washington cat cordially inrtorse the Iedelegates of the county Are in st upted to cast its vote un t in both thu sate and district convetiins in of in structing the from the sate ata large Pourtv in the Republi can National to be in the of Chicago III to vote for Iau nomination of Wm H for President as long as his name IJjs befotethe canventionTheI- delpgatest of the in the ve are instructed as a nnitfor Ii ri t I SPRINGFIELDS III i i I GREAT FURNITURE STORE I 11- I I I j LEACHMAN CAMPBELL PROPRSRjj1 I t Three Floors of Furniture Stock II- Now and to suppIvrSpringfield and Washington with everything in the line of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE No need to go4a Louis- villeI open Lebanon prepared to11akea selection You now have a furniture house at nome that can compte with any of thm iRpriD and varisty gds This or stock was selected by Leachman personal visit to the big Furniture factories ofthe country ft was ilight and W sold AT PRICES AND ON TERMS TO PURGHAERS i I AAe can Fit Your Hone from Parlor to Kitchen and havq Furniture the of the humblest housekeeper to the A visit to store will convince you that we will makeour good and we quote a few prices 1 Room 0- 0II 35 to Wardrobes solid n ool Library Bookcases 650to25- Combnation Case1- to25 disappeared Kitchen cbiiet750S12T- ables 4 Refrigerators in laws con The Dining Rooiri 4 Extension Solid oak sideboards qnartered sides IHSO Dining Chairs seats set tables Plate Racks Beds couches lined upholstered polhhed frames Cribs Steel Folding Beds J10 Sanitary FOR Solid County April lican couventicp having elected permanentchairman Neildrk Grigsbyj sinedieS Republicans Republi State State convention patriot Republi Pjsirlcfc after SUIT wsJJePuior 1 Nl ahogony upholstered Pafjor 15 O949l OOi Parlor stand tables jl artfatcdoak 25 00 Solid oak arm rockers 2 id 10 00 Artistic Screens 300to Fancy house screens n u 250 to l French plate beveled mirrors lootoiboo I Baby Carriages- A large beautiful line Carriages Gocarta the Ideal Writing FrmerLtdiM- bandHmedkl Big of BsdSprncs 1SOtoO 900MatresaLSOto Window Screens ail sizes healthful acaiHt Ohio tit6d and capacity the bty himand asa favor delegates and from the Conventio held June 16th next Ic Taft County rti6n votes Qf Mr can our Side zibei Sets to12 bt Fire 600 800 havt Desk Door City HammocKs Tz IJAcbp1e lint of Hacx4 j frornS21ip Old Bkkv Per and Lawn Chairc cIff i We hveilJtMMt v f mociey in tw husiMM bra M we believe iia SpriftfeM at4rftttura All weItaSi bo opt i ia hMtheir csdi I H ILECHN CTh7VVPBELL Men j tL rf ff 1iiHi ituliifiii 1 r f owing gentle Jot gats at lare to tW XMii aL Cquvenlior Gfov A L Wl don E P Jatt jJMi nhnf W Lewis at toJMlllufh rdetlgde t lrgeikiy are ui t itructed TbeRepbIicaso Wb1Stjn ciunty have thi hljlmt ppreciatioa 01 the ye4rirtii MK fielit tBOfto and wOMlt of iWir neighbor ttfteTIneodj HOI TIle j Jackson ot Martoc oyint and rejoiced in lila noiadle vk tory hl st Npyemb i aad ais I glad idbave tb opponh lo J manifest our ese jMrbwi delegates to UM Dwtrwt doe i Ion ire therefora iwrtrvcM to castthetoteoytheoutyassaritforhiIoc gates from tbv biiM Duimi to Ute National GtmyiiitiB fi are sensible alas W 1k wwtk patriotism sad effwctlre jttrlgr i iworfc of Dr D W Qaadie W Lar e coanfcy and they aMsinstructed to oael UM voW cfii f1t 1tcounty a a aoit for Jitet for of the district flriiti ktbs National Coytioit Rscogniiiugr the faisilaeMt patriotic s4ftflkUa ork ottbeHoa L fora lofix wunbec o JIMM Jt JeWcat W A1 tion arinMrsee d lo m yoteof t1i Ctac +hUD for mimbcj ot 810 J rThei coiiatyre lliMnleW ss ir v M aa 1 uai iii sht and distric oooT tfeiw Itt reeolutiorw Midonvh llu JM lbone pa4riotior and neoeeaM iadmimeiratio of tb tfiigM Gov neot by oar p Ma great and iflusnPIlsI4tj1MI 1 jTJ f raended or I lteat7 1bo Ji j oiJ M G 1Joba M Coy T W J 9IThoiiipo Maribsi Dsa V B SpesrsII3isrksi Bra Praur W Howell W P Soi Birch ftL 4tiuwL suiWliT4sYJat fobuW w L GC Whartoo W D rijwX r Grsgby fT B bDaTI8oa las RR Filiakma W a J WLKsUsE I oWia- MrI ft DStj- s = f y t WUu a nx rtafaa Mrlar woni fealli at tIII teM ti tkc lara ad t eoataMsit AulaflrSTaft of buIjEz5I to be rytill wl a uIEMI44 stbig- ae1 swasanotS 4SDJjtfMtr fttecowy ThM b- tIwAaioeh of ntwi that mak the Mi w Mltto TU ezpWm lay e who have bw cured by btriaiaa cog JEto edj write j pebjr use use ir ted Meain iviief Bf lad ery ODe o these letter la a arm beartM wish of the wiltr to- be of nM to son eone else This feme dlI for sale by Haydou Rabvi ttoa r ii TEENEWSLE bE TiI T = j iwi7flr IrnAT 0 SPIll IIIIILJI KY LLtAvI9oN Jr rj JY 3 D ForCisIf We iiure auirizd to announce JKHT B W WON M a caadidate for yieeCtOStO Ce gteM from this tic Toarth CMfrei ioiiai District bjecttia to UM action of thtt JDeiwcratlc rty I IXm KBRIFF JRW ft UtkI annouce A 0 KUasacadefotthe Bpmi mfcttm for 8fcrtff of Washlrigtda 007 tiibject id tie action of the eIMCiatl4JI DeP1lUesRl bard IPoMtt iaDCampQell Will IleirtttSuden dHubErt VIrgin We are orliedtoansounce So Jp A derwm jut a candidate for Sheriff Of WMkhurtoa cQusitSr subject to the 1IiCtIi of tAt Democratic party Deytttfec H R EdcUeanfc Sam Hale jCkorfc Powell and Bjrtoa Croak i Tfce RepoWktt county mass IItt eooTetttioo ad primaries held roghtie plate on last SaUriky Mod delegates to itLM sVl1iont Louis yitte Hwek resulted in a Tictory JOt tba Taft forces Tieya1 oTef Jt dinBiiich bad fMluHt iia biter contests at Ivrouplaces all of which looks bad for pa rW harmony and Be t pablicaa i cceM in the state at the Pratktentlal election this fan Keal Iriendi of the party sbold fetjt tofetker at the fcate conTeation and try to heal PTsr the little differences and aad woBodfr and everybody get togaibar for a unite fight afltth1comEo enemy Republic anxiously await tag MWS of thft conviction of tbt night riders who have been arrst Tariour point A item say All Cases affainat altered night riders set fOaL yesterday at Murray W ra eoatiuued on motion of the dtfeoM 1 ntil tht fifth day of the Aufust term of court Thfc pros cation announced ready aipdS made aseffortta force a trial r I fltAbig etit or a little cut small crfttcke er bruises or big ones are a1ed 4iickly fcy DeWitts Carbol iwdWitek Hazel Salve It ill espec ialJtoocl for pile Get JDeWitts SnM by the Red Cross Drug Store- Death pi S A Bayne Another good mah is gone Amother life well lived fqr him JSfellOWbeist f fcpflaeinthe Mt Zion neighbor hood JPrid ay njgbfc April 24 1808 af eif mnnihs of suffering barn iicotinhiningy To cojBBent upon his life is rtaily nnnec fsiry since all wbo knew hia bold in their memory the history of a noble unselfish kind patient and Christian man l from his youth till death claimed ite owoi No ose knew bim but to love huIIl n6 ojue spoke his D1 mebutI to praise aqd well doe hu deserve all praise that language 4cn express A kind thoughtful huBbhnd tender indulgent father and eTer ready to help neigh bore 4noble superior ciiizeu be wsloveda4 rEspected by everyone from thpoorand uneducat- M to whom he was always a j benefactor to the most wealthy Yaad cuUured Qf his acquaint aaoea HQ pitied arid helped the needy loved his friends and worshiped bis God living his religion daily and unassumingly r- Ijbe inmence cruwd composedI Qttbw neighborhood andI fri4dsand relatives from great dktfcatioeej which filled the house awT yard andfollowed his rje maiM to their Jast Besting pt1 iiiioly another evidence of bibeeieemin whfoh he sMby all l t Mr Bayne leaves a wife Hrii Mat tie B43 H a oov John andI t e Mfj1ir r Martha NealI lnL liiaabcth Morgan to re I alte Wre deeply than any other t Wi r feea of thii man tC Se aid cOP nttQly and peace XU aiitfer a beautiful and ajppcejtailB r funeral discourse i frees ttoaleifTh immortality of ihelbal y Rev Eversole cPihe WM laid to ret ibb Mb tieR cery Sun tejr To the wnrriTi g oo e we- w wld a1y Sut be is ot then bk pprt oMpoiW ao1 iuuk gone bof wbew his Baylor and tbe eKfpioed jwIc me him tothat place tftlwafly prepttred for Gods own and ib is there IIheawaltsi II maa The world is better off by biaj haVing lived in 1t y t A FRIED PmljBBt t fioosenlt Sayss that outdood exercise lla hneded by American people ThtZi all very wet bnt how cau people with rbeu fflatism followtUat advice The an raweris owLinlmRheumatism will go leaving you as spry ae a colt Gives quick and per manent relief from rheumatism neu zalgia lame back and all pains SOl by the Red Cross Drug Store l Tick CreIk t John Tobin sold a fine roadster horse to Dick Hendren of Mackville I r1O r Chas call sold a sow and six pigs to Porter Smith lor 10 TH Taylor bought a pony of Cbas Hall for If55 W M S timph bought of S T Stumpn one sow aqd six pigs for 16 T H Bugg bou jht a fine mare of George Goode of Stewart for 135 Mr Jake Bit ofF lWicl visited B M Anceison Sunday MandvilleLawreacehas return ej from Seymour Iud and the girls are all smile s Wm Stnmphind Miss Ella Whitebouse and cadie Mayes of Texas visited Nannie and Maud iGeorgeiI Youn attended cbnrcb at Wit lisburg SuLday Miss May iudd of near Springfieldia the pleasant guest of Miss Id i HaydQn las week T G Stumph and wife of Springfield viisjtedT his lather sP Siqmph mday Jepthia Wilsc n tbe weather propnet Js visiting reJatives in this vicinity bu w0 think he has lost his goosB bone Born on the 12 nd to the wife George Briton r ilne boy I A Kiocier is a man who cant see good in any person or thing ijts a habit caused by a disordered liver If yon find that you are beginlng to see things through blue spectacles treat yqnir liver to a good cleaning out process with Ballards Hrrbine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indiges tipn sick headache biliousness ul hver stomach and bowel trouble- S ld by the Red Cross DrugS Store MOOR SVILL Born tc the wife of Mr Dud ley Aubery April 22 a 14 lb boy Edward Russell Messri Ed Sween y and Lewis Oujl visted Mr Jas Cub of Bio mfield last Saturday 1i1tledaughters last week with Mr Ben Pile and family Mrs Ollie Cheatham has re turned home after spending week with friends at Chaplin and BloomQeid Little Marguerite Bobtitt who has been danjrrrausliy ill at the home of her grandparents is im proving HerIman MriSteve Bayne atMt Zion Sunday Mr James Cull and family of Bloomfield sp nt Sunday with his father Mr Jas Cult Mr Ed bweeneyrhas accepted a position with the rpck crusher gonetojlwork Mr Ed Boblitt and famfty of Bardtown have returned to their home after spending a week with Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith Iwa were sorry tohearofjlie of Mr Stevt Bayne1 Several from here attendedhls funeral Sunday J Mr Mark Hajdin and wife ofl JvitbMrtI Mr Bez Goodlett and wsfeH visited his broterMr P G odi lett of 81 jomfield Sunday Ms Ed Mayfi Id and daughter Mary Tjon of Jbrederickt town spent Saturday with Mrs Zn Wall Mtssrs EJd BoblitV apd Jas WaU spentSatuiday1with Mr Warreii Piloandfamily of Simins ICard 1ThIs is to certify that all druggists arc authorized ro refund your money jf IToleys Honey and Tar fail to cure your cough or cold ltv stops the prevents6iousrippe coughs and prevents pneiilal inonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package Rifuse bubstitutes Sol d by the Red Cross Dr tig Store Hillsboro We ate Jiaving some ver cuol weather at present torthetime of year Sunday School at Hllsboro church is progressitig nicely with Rev Sutherland as dper mtendent All persons interet ed in this work are requested to be present next Sunday at 3 o lock Mr Dick Shewmaker of Bot land was visiting friends and relatves here Friday and Sat urday Mr Albert Hins bougbtlhe Widow Settles place on Mayes Creek for 3B5 75 Mr Sabe Coulter mnd wife spent Sunday with Jiin Shields and wire Mrt Mollie Clark who has been confined to herroom for some time is reported some better at this writing Mo Everett Parris of this place swapped horses with Mr John Louis of Wiljisburg Satur day We were sorry to hear of the death ot Mrs Wilson who departed ftorn this life Saturday the bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire commu nity Willie Reed Hines of this com munity spent Monday with his aunt Ms Florence Smith near SpringfieldMr Simms and wife of Miller Hill dined at the home with L R Wnite of this place Umeqialed as Y Cr for Croup Besides beingan excelle remedy for colds and throat troubles Cham berlains Cong Remedy is unequaled as a cure for croup1 says Harry WIl- s nof Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the CrOUpYcough appearp tbio aemedy w ilprcvent the attack It is used successfully manythous Ands of homes For sale by Hay don Robertson Prathers Creek Mr and Mrs G D Barker were in Coroishville oneday last week on business Mr Dick Graves and wife of Jenkinsville were the pleasant guests of G T Mayes Sunday Mrs Will Barker and Miss Sadie Myes were the pleasant guests of their brother Mr L ij Mayes of Aliceton Tuesday Mr LIj May s and wibfe of Aliceton was the guest of his father MrJ H Mayes Satur day and Sunday QfBarkerPowell near Mack ville Sunday aMrS James Best dud wife of Long Run were visitingattIe I Special For Saturday GJABH ONLYII AT E1C COXS 1 r I17 ponnds Granulated Sugar H 00 00 00 00 1 00 S 19 pounds Brown Sugar1I 6 packages Arbnckles Coffee v 1 00II3poundsfanoyhiadRice i tei 3 cans extra good Corn I 3 cans extra good Pie Peaches i t 25IIII3 cans extra good Tomatoes t Apples per can v 7 IIPje i 4 mIIcan Tomatoes tI f r r IILarge bla6k 1II i 1 3 bars Long Tom Soap 10 Beans per lb 05 IIIIvy per dozen 20 mons p rdozn t LI Bananas per dozen fo h PRQDUCjC 15JIJJ Ii III Highest Cash price pfd for all dof produce I Give me a call will sAve you money t IfI EG 0XJ i I 11 j 4ee1Wt 4 Help The Town I p town If you want flowers and plants call me up at hone No 573 and I Will deliver to any house in town Q Phpne57ring3 JOHN JtAr tArtArtArtAr tArtAr tAr tArltAr home of G H Ghristerson last Thursday j Mi Will Riley of GraveJ Switch was in community Sat urday llIrn 1othe wife of T J tkeansLevina recently a tine gll Mi Will Harmon of dllpand Miss Annie 8aydonrt of this place surpr sed their many frierds last Sunday when thy drove over toTtxa s and 1wereconjgratulatIons veyag over lifes eneayen seasl R L Brady bought of Bur Begley his bunch of sheep of 30 ews for 7 70 per head and also nought of S MMayes 23 head foi 779 per head with lambs throwlnin in both lots A lady related to the correspondent not long ago that she was trying to break her husband from snoring so loud at night for she said the night riders would bear him and probably Aould call forhirn There is rot even corn planted in this section yeti will ask to bepxcused for the lime 1is precious this vfe1 and willwrite more the text tim v Cloaks Suits WaistsSkirts Departments qfIka aDd Velvets BlAck Dress Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Heckwwr J1andkerch1 Laces and Embroideries Notions Llninzs- TrImm1ngs5 Wash Goods Flannels Domestics Kens FunArt lJeed1ework Pyrocraphy China and Glassware Knit Underwear Garments Muslin Underwear Et- cCarpets JUIUner Slioes Draperiesand FurnitureS IBysperidshiswoneywith- yju SeAayl ilwhTULLIUS MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Only Mall 150 RaYQ Lampl SIO5coal platedlargeto ex to readers this paper one j asO Market Street LOUISVILLE to anyone of sends us name Beek once a month one ysarZree of charge Mackvilla 4r Garneit Brown ofSey Ind iis yi8tin friends And relatives this weelf Miss Margie Isham of Beau montcollege Harrodsburg spout from Friday until Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs James Isham Mr T Head of Lexing ton and S Hopper of Harrodsburg wore the guests of V r J1f Smith Sunday Mr Graves of Springfield here Sunday Mr W B flatchnfc of HRr rodsburg wasiu on business Wednesday Walter MatherJy who rasbeener in Mackville High School left Monday for Bowling 10 attend W K S N that place Profs Colvin and Kesner and Messrs Wilt Waters Joe Mc OlaBkey Chris Hertiein and Henry R yaity OJ Sprinyaeld attended the Sqhool entertainment on last Friday evening Mr C W Camden atd wife visited at Cornisbvllle Wednes day and Thursday Messrs N Pand J P Thonj were in Harrodsburg Sunk day Mr Jim Wilson and wife of Barrodsburg attended t h e funeral of Mrs Tom Wilson Pleasant Grove Monday Inoon Dunn assistant cash of the Farmers Bank spent 1ier with his mother Bryanlsville JMr John Ruby of lieav en worth lad attendedthe funeral of his mother Ruby Jut Saturday morning Mrs Ruby wast the widow of Mr John Sr andbad resided 1ear Mackville a number of years and was a member of the Christian church funeral aervi es were orducted by Rev Sims at Willisburgat 11 oclock which the remains realter laid to rest in the Pairviewcemjj I Dantyon know whcn you buy 11 from you leavVjour money 11 with a man that lives among 11 you and Why il at home a resident 01 the tibem tArtAr Mack daughtpr Mrs Simms and three sons William John and Dick RubyMrs W W Willh m returned home Sunday much improved in health after spending several weefis in t Anthony Infirmary at Louisville Her many friends are erlad to welcome her home again Mrs Lola Wycpff and Miss Minerva Raybourne were in Springfield shopping Saturday afternoon Mrs Carl Burcbel of Louis ville after Spending sevpial weeks with her mother Mrs Sue Shewma k r has returned home SCC JMr Cull andson Robert pit BTarrod burg visited Mr W FT cl all Friday Quite number of people from this attended the funeral services of MrsTom Wilson at Pleasant Grove on Mon ay afternoon Mrs James Isham was in Ear cTdsburg Tuesday iMrs WT Barnette visited her mother at Texas Tuesday Mrs Minnie Parrott died on the 22d at Lakeland Her re- maioswere brought tto Mack villQ on the following day where the funeral was conducted by FOR Sale Geed Can tie Obtained throHgh ear Order Departaeat Special This Week Rayo oil lamp burns little equal gas This ielent valueis offered of for week only 5 t 33234 W KY L FREE We will send Hvtnc out town who their and address The Ladles Home Jeonul Style for I Dour here Ben rW Jim was town Mr The Green tbe Sat High pson at after rom ait Mrs Delia Rub for The etery Th4 md with place tIlES Dress Goods Silks Dress Trimmings Depart cnts Upholfteiy Shades calets Floor Coverings Corwta Statiosenyand BoobT balmy Pater Pattenu Blankets Bedding Umbrellas and ParasolDirt and Furl Iafants Wear Leather Rne Toys 1Goand Dress Hetj Jewelry Boys ClotMn- zPuxnltureMuic GUTS POE ID Demorest Sewiag Machine at16 RPV Walker at the M E church Interment Mackrillacemeterv THE SMART SET A Bayllw Iin Drin ii1l d would have m ny contestants but Itssafeto Bay that the healthiest baby would win tbe prize NQ baby can be healthy that suffers with worms and most babes do nnless tiey are kept free from them with hites crerm vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildlyIs its own pnr tortisecnfldreniyeVmifuge Price 26 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Weak women g tprompt andll stIinffhelp by using Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing anti septic suppositories with full infor mation how to proceed are interest ingly told of In my book No4 For Women The book an I strictly confidential medical advice fs entire ShpopRacine j by the Red Cross Drug Store Fair View Farmers and housewives have bepn busy this week Mrs Mat Pinks1 on and troth er ChHrlie ITays attended church Silndayanddined Cbeatham Mi srsSallie Hendren Louly tndAnnieOpha Carey of Wilisburg at tended the funeral of Mr Steve Bayne Sunday tYdinedHardestyMr ney Sunday q Mrs P J Cull and little dau ghter Susan Miss Lucy Ann Moor andMollift Oheatham visi r ted Mrs John Steverson MorJ day i r OflVOfl j 1 Immediate relief from Shops 114k men TS TTT T L s7 iy0Main Street Tobacco WarehouseI iNCOnPtRATDI 1 I MAIN S8TREET HOU8E ItII- I i F r INDEPEJOJEET fII JI OWEN QUISENBERRY s CO Managers rt I 92325 West Main Street bet 9thand 10th LOUISVILLE KY i iiISTORAGE FOUR MONTHS FREE OF CHARGE t I J 5 oi illiLight in CitY t vt Auction Sales Daily lL IIBest Inspection Returns Promptly Made I Mark Your Hogsheads i MAIN STREET HOUSE I I G jiJ Jf = COL JOHN i1 fD 1rbay 153 hands fine style spew andactionFive years old This colt is a son of the great Onward Silver formerly Owhed by J L Druien of Bardston arid winner of the Transylvania stakes at lif xingf ton and witb a record ofa mile in 2 06h and twQ miles in 428t Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and was taken td Italy Onward Silver iis ason of onward 1141 record 5J and the sire of nine peil rmers with recods of from 2C5l to 210 and ill sire of thef dams of 13 with records of 2 14 and better r Ori ward is a son of George Wflkts 2 22 and out or Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen sre ofK ntucky Uuion 207 f Col John 1s dam is Kate KHe Huhdlej sired by Naboth 1898 son of Wit isLigh mby Geo Wilkes Kate HuDdl j s firstt dam was Helen H dninnfClaret 228 by Metropolitan jsoa of Hatnbletonian 10 and full brother to Rienna Vic oria dam oftEui did 219 and Princeton 226 Riena Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerrans sale Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of Worry 223 by Gills Yermoct sire ftof Bonner Boy 223 and dams of 13 in 230 or better also sire of ihe dart of Gambetta Wilkes 19h sire of Eyelet 2D6 j Guinptte 204 Lottie Lorin 205iand seventy five thers btterthan 23d lGilltardCol John 1 will make tho present season att J5 To ddeiri Colt fitted Is a black Jack 15l hands bone and muscl Fe Is by DICK Purrolts Jactfj he by Letchersj Jack he by Goyernbr Wood hei IS out of a fine Jnnett by Gov ernor and her dam by old Black Hawk Soou could not finer breeding He will make the atfIIOFOC Mare and f8 For Horse Colt Partiejs hazing mares to bred ore invited to call at my stiblsj 2J miles East of Springfie d on the Springfield on the Spring held and Perry ville pile and see my stock Care will be taken to avoid pccidents but will not be responsible bould aijiy orcur Leln retained on all colts until season is paid and money due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with or bred elsewhere R H EDELEN GoldeD Wyan9ott s IisAND Buff OrpMBgtons i Two of the best and ITO t p polar bree ts Brel from t e very pest strains Eggss 1lPer15l Satiftfaciion guaranteed Mrs 0 R CLEMENTS rrNo5 Springfield Ky Phone 1752 shorts 1 long you want the Best FLOUR IIf ask your grocer fort Pride Washington OK Springfield Choice Manufactured by J Vk Jarboe zCo BaiPWe pay highest JIiak price for grain j tJF J II 1iIiWldiWUi iIfWiIAiW i I CHESTNUT DAM 1 i iff J 3CHESTNUT DARE isa large atdsome saddle and liarm Mi 3 horse withsize styleyboneiisubstance finish and conforiiatio 1fHe nownedChi Fombmes th blgodof the great Chester Dare a5d the re IetIr l highest priced lot of colts tf a sold in Washington COJ1Dty As to the show ring iwtoBerf iS 1colts ot fourseasons have ever beeu defeated by the colts furhorse owned or farmed in county They won every tie blue aid4ared 1In aneight given the Fair tIIlJ County Aisoia r JStionfatour1astairhisyearUngs won six of the eight iE htied iq fu1 rings He sired the winning twoyear old aad thesecond premium 3yearbld harness mares inringy ofseyca entries 1while he was shown only twice in saddle and harness rings of elaat fentries and Won easily Mr Allen who was selected by the FairCompany and considered a fair and impartial judge said JcJts l 4 oflS entries had more style and finish than any lot of colts be evessaw in one ring A com parison of h1snJillof colts to those of J4other horses at our own fair and other county and state fiiirs IMilt J the breeders to please notice and consider before brtWiatf eke Ii f J S where He not only produced sellers at weanlings but seller Mi 4f i I a show horses as they advince in age I again solicit tXe patraa aftof all owners of good mares in this andadjofning1 couitiei Itli 1 3This horse w11 make the seasonat myplacenearSpdieat II 20 To tare a Liying Colt 1 0e fVill also stand my saddle stallion Lexigtps BH eC at JlOj and two No 1 Jacks at 10Ir Muar u1s l earkl8 for horse mules vv ISL B B LeaiqhiriarL f f i 1 RFD3 SpittEfl1- ARSHUjTZ III1f I Wlr I I JW H1EDEL I JonuLrZfl J RIEDELc Plummers Tinner and Dealer Jtf Illardware Stoves and TwPi f Give I iWeJi I aii4 variety N4iW1 l S tilntf- cJ j Gard n T 4CI1 SJII Ii S4S r 4keHoe8ji U 4c We havthe j i1M ti5oir the rk J JI IS J t1t just received a new supply of IIWehave Stoves arid Range t t 1 whicheills1iatprLsbps I Agents for the celibrited 1 EERFEGTlQN OIL STOVES f Garden HOMJ Laws Mom itiii II Refrigerators Water Ccrl1hulc We make a speciality of Pltimbfnji Th Roofing Contracts H i i iiSj Swi iiS- s At Hertlems You can get led Grekrti IQf I and Sundaes teveryl d Fresh fHI toothsome Cakes and GandIs JjTfj 4 Meals arid Lunches at most any timer All kinds Soft Dtinksrt FOR ofbY ovxiComeat- idaeoriin KATIE HER LEIN sad Ivo- fljtrI CbamberJains QoMJrtl tii4- lItl will the ocuffh Jooer uPe rtIcuqeasYren4er tke14 cughglessJr1liueatltls ye810sate by the Red Cross Driwr tQrJJ of Tola tre ST e e 5t and ay of keep DIIltrlLU v rL ilrl1 IIt W Wi wscrrLNrm MttlM Mood Cmto bMi kb Pri w ii T T 41a T BDRTOK 1 I JJJJ I I NIt PAINII Jtq 1Ip I r8IWIGJ1WID xy An tttI WO stri tlt Firat tR J I AWDI a 1y4t ul Slrget mee oizrs8 to g am t ltd 2p-mHICfllbM OTMf Haydon Dru tore s1 1 JL II DIt W1IeMhI5ei oIsT1sL Hoctis3v t WFr cUp X 0g TEYATaLAWIfo4om irfoesR ipnIFIE4I Dr HW HYATT brJiAUtDING ooe ov4 EM Crow Jruu Sfcrtf IbDOur Hyatt 1030 th m io i2 V Q 5 Pm seBpunight JOIft yMAYrSs fUIElflUIHECTOR ItAAB i1FISEEM1MFl1r- ELIPHONE RRte DAYia1NIQHT T4 IIEIFLDI iiiinc T e Confectionery TlM v pkct to let Soft Df kt kc Orftin aDdSod Watsc ft b 0tand tteh tofoj CandieSandfruitSP Mwa yoI1 iud Mak5t next to Waly BdL JI L qnA11eAc tTREES T iIPcTriijLid trulettaI t BT rjttit g for Orchard Lawn and Giiet Ott Strawberry Plnt we montT makers Tr them Trlt forfre6 catalogues We b vc lent f H p Hji LENMEYEB SONS liexiQgton K jE ShelbycHtkt i mf PJersey logsb Ii ai booking orders now 8pring pigs RFD 1 Springfield Ky I 0I 66S t t 1 k FR1IIATCIIIIW S G w ieJe bCs 13- RKte Island Redst Pit Gaiey anclB1ff Orpington r6rpingtor- gicck frMrllIglenart oj Union county Eggs from an 5 pf tbe above varieties at Iftr IS Mammoth Bronze t Turkeys Wr t Strain Pen headed h X IIjf tD Mrs r BurT ttt1sJt 12 Cents Each JEnibden Geese from Ifra F JTackupn s stock q4 10 cent each tndiac BwuMrDockSfffslO centeeach- T t MLLAKI5 Bi fi DIi SpriBglridV Ey utli iS a1ri-k- iOMli i ttavMlirM how quickll sndisiLjftget bclt ork 50c a box QQr6 any attiWE h trounie or mboej refunded Sold by the Bed Gross D- rEi8iiuuil IK TOWNSLocal iH = Happenings 1t1Freshest and iIAllAbQutlYourseir Friends and Acquaintances 99 i MWMJMWM Nice diping rQorb chairs six fort5 at Mrs L1zz e Campbells See our bed room suits ands get prices at Lizzie Campbells t Buff Wyandotte gs for sale t 25c for a setting of 15 Mrs Wiliard Thompson Got our prices op furniture bet t fore you buy At JReidePs old tanU Mrs Lizzie Campbelll FOR jjSALE Two sets sIngle harness ope set double harness GWLYoN- p Special services will be held next Sunday at St Rose atthreea clock in the aft rnoonr Have your old plow points- rouncLatN G Marksmacbme fhopr 10 cents each The Presbyterian church was the recipient this week of a new organ forth lecture room a gUt from Mis R FMcElroyt Go to Lea hman Campbell furniture men for hammocks and lawn and porch chairs and tbees Iron beds screen doors winod- ow screens matresses cot Springs rocking chairs etc at- izi Campbells on the corner I have for sale about itO 000 et of oak lumber A B WALKER rrl Springfield Ky a At the Red Gross Drug Store JjG cent box of Mionastomach tablets is waiting for every weik stomach in Springfield Money refunded if Mionai faUst i FOR SALEA Smiths Pi em r typewriter in good shapeC nd will sell cheap apply to J Clifford Roberts NesLeaderj j office Prepare to ShUt out the flies screening yourhuseLeachC- kmpteIIman carry a full line f door and window screens at ices that wiU sell them Harry Derringer MooresviHe Ky has for jsale at good twelve ear old wojk and broodmare will sell cheap He also has for ale a good milk cow with young af sr John Kelly the skating rink manager announced that he will open up the rink on Friday i night and i vitesliittef lovers qfJ this popular sport to attend WANTED rr buy Oak aniii Beech Lumper will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooling Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St or Woodland Ave Louisville Ky The ladies of St DominiC hurchwill give an dee cream and strawberry supper on Satur ay May 16tb in the Barber The proceds will be for the benejfit of the church and your liberal patronage is solid ted The party who took my to bacco hbgshead front the station at Valley Hill last winter proba bly did so by tJJis akEatid I wiH be obliged to them if 4ney will eave the pay if or it in care cf T G Tdtura HAItRY ERRJNGER Mooresville Ky The Spri il gfleld ba e ball club dlayecl its first g nie this season at St Marys on last Sunday with the college tam of that plac Springtield l11d the best of tl e CCS f the Wrong Glass It C If you present Glasses fat to glVt you ease and com Ctwrong Is it your Glasses g or your Eyes Thats a Vital Question i With You j I Either Is bad enough and IV should brthgyou to us at once We like to discover un b t JjkindAYER AGEoptic ap T 1 Glasses Right jn I I CATHERINE RDSSELLS Springfield K- f i ulioplosSII M game up until the sixth inning when St Marys made a good finish and won toe srtfme The- core was St Marys 13 and Springfield 7 In the recant storm whfch swept through the southern states Mr fO Butler who is the father of rsW D Clay of this place suffered damage to ois cotton oil mill Ideated at Albartsville Ala to the extento 7000 Mr Albert Butler Mrs Claybrookes broth er who is secretary of the com any wasInibe building at the time of the storm nd escaped injury by taking refuge in the large office vault Auctioneer VjB Spears sold orthe Master Commissioner on ai the following To WA Jlirmpn 122 acres at 70 In the case of Maggie Hays vs FasJiMoore 28 acres sold for 365 Ipcaseof A C Kimball Isa c Curtsiviffer 5 acres sold iR D Riley for 100 In case otlBodine vs Derringer a tract of land sold to Turner Dnrrineer for S3 700 In Blanaford vs Blandford vs Blandford T A Blandford became the purchaser at1555lIncase of Settles vs ettles Albert Hines was the purchaser at 35585 Smith vs Montgomery 30 acres to Tine Cecitor 20rof 1 In our announcement column we publish this week the announcement of Mi A CKim ball who is a candidate subject to the action cf the TJoinrcratic party foq the oft c of sheriff of Washington county Mr Kimjj1i ball has teeiia life long Demo crab and has always done good work for his party He is wellI qualified for the position for the position He has designated the following citizens ashis deputies Richard Q Boblitt aDlDjf Campbell Will Merritt Sanders antI Hubert Virgin These men are popular and stand well in foritsilsMr V John C Thompson and viss Robbie Hill were married April 21 in Oakland Cal1at the horneof the brides cousin Mr1 James Edeleh Miss hills an attractive and accomplished girl arid is wen known in Louisville l1Le slie lived for a number of years Mr Th6tnpson is superT intetident of the electric light p1atflinQakIancl where hq has been for a year Before going to California he was electrician in the navy for three years Mr Thompson is a Washington cun fcy boy and a s6n of Mrs Sallie HamIlton of Fred rlckstowrr Mr JamAsEdelen is also of thrs place Jl 0 e crZ witCO ZC aCeo CO Z- I 00 tgf- e W rr- c j j II Dr W VStellrd lJENTISTY Teeth extracted without pain or danger Office over McElroy Shaders Grocery Phone 72 Springfield Ky We announce this week the candidacy of Sam J Anderson who is seeking the nomination for sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the pemocraticiarty The gentle men who will makethe racg with Mr Anderson and who will be named as deputies inc se oft his election area R Eddlemap Sam Hale George Powell and Byron iCrbake Mr Apderson is a good citizen and iis popular with everybody He is well qualified for the duties of the office of sheriff hiving served a term as deputy He is a staunch Democrat and has always peen a worker for his party The gen tlemen who will make tha race with him are also well known to the voters of the county and are Democrats of the true blue type The ticket js a strong one and their claims are worthy of consideration by the Democratic voters of the countyI New millinery New hats received each week All Styles Trimmed Tailored and Untrimmed hats Trimming a Speci- altyWilliams Playing With Powder A distressing accident occured at the homeof Mr Charles Edwards Who lives on Pleasant Run near Simms on last Thursday afternoon by which Mr Edwards two little chldren were badly burned rand Mrs EdwardshaJ gone to Lebanon and whilfi they were absent their little son Jeff a ged ten and little daughter Mary two years younger in some way got access to some gun powder which was in toe buggy house a sbort Bistance from the dwelling The children in sOmeway ignited the powder and the usual result fol lowed The Uttte boy was badly legskvhilescourched but not seriously Toe buggy house was burned to the ground Dr Crosby was called and dressed the wounds Iwhieltt1ainjnotexpect any serious results unless some complications arise i Stock Sales The foliowing live stock sales were mado by AuctioneerS M Campbell on the street Monday Four heifer calves at 13 per head one yearling bull 24 yearling bun25tsiX steers at RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER LB Its Up TO YouIt- sug to you if you want to save Money on your purchases to watch our ads and take tlvantage of our special offerings for cash Try it for one time and see how well pleased you will be OFFERINGS FOR GASH Saturday May 2d 4CIi j t 1 A cake for BIg Deal Red Wrapper Lenox or Ivoryi Soap Limit5 to a customer l Se i Its worth lOc everywhere Bbt you can buy pPus dniSaturday for 8c or 2 for 15c JELTLO 4 f 1Oc Yeswe will again sell you 3 cakes of 5c German SyJept Chocolate forlOc You knowhowothers sell it i 0 t 12ct Heres a bargain that you Qught not to have to be told about wice 1 dozen fine Messina Lemons fqrpnly 12c You may not be abl to buy at this price again soon v J 1 15c 1 iyH f Its too cheaip butwill offer once more any Vayi 2icans best lOc corp for J5c 3 fTff 2 I 25c tfItt i 3 3tW 11iyou do nQbrealize what a bargain thisjiis bu ought to- 3bOxeSOiiol OatS fQr 25c Limit 3 to a customer itr 509 AppleButterl i 10O1 r 3ve told you last week that Sugar was higher and the Wholesalers Isay it will be still higher however we offer you 17 pounds white or 118 pdunds Brown for 8LOO cash Bring Us Your Eggs We Pay Cash McEIpoy 6c Shader S11f3d 01 AUNYZHINVIII GNVIUDj I 1 1rn rnp to Z = to 0 Zj ZC CI CC 0C 0z 0c CI I CI III II I 80I six steers at f5 60 two tw jy earold steers at 3250 j each tine twoyearold steerV at 333 twpsteecalvesl72 r five he fer calves at 12 one l year in steer 2325 cow and 41f65 cow and calf 57 cow and cal 84 three sows atid their pia at 15 1275 and 17 20f 18 shoa s at 290 each due yqarjj ling col 39 a two year old colt 79 old mare and mule colt 95 mare an I colt 150 a six yearj old mare 12250 old mlreI 2475 ild horse S91 mare three p ug horsen 45 S51 and 42 a tl ree year old horse sfao F EECNAL Misse Emily Russell and Alexia I cCloskey Messrs Ruel iwerei Miss jouise Tuqker entertain ed alai je number of her friends last birthday evj ning in honor of her I i Missfk Eugenia and Polly Pasha Elizabeth Wood bf BartJsto vn spent Sunday iuf town Dr I Fi Trusty sgent Sun I day in I onisvllle Mr ohn Wycoff of Mack j yule wis in towh Sunday 11 Missjennie Price is visitIng at St itherines Mr J men Spalding bfLeba non warin town Tuesday j Miss sabel Medley returred- to Naza eth Tuesday after spend ing a we ek at home MrIlomEdelen of Louisville visitedIS sisters a few days Rev jG W Lyon and and Mis Lizzie Hoskins wifeIi Louisvi le this week Dr jhn M Spalding and Mabel II ricewere visitors at St Marys iJunday Mr J5 mpson Roberts who has be n doing civil engineer work in Russell county for tt e pastsi months was at home Sunday to visit his family t Miss ydia Huston of Maud wasin town Saturday Miss rene Spalding of Leha non is he guest of Miss Nellie Simms r Miss Jyrtle Price ana Wathpn Simms Nellie Green and Hugh Lee Sm th wereat Sf Mary Sunday Rev1 R E C L wson will return rom Stanford Friday where has been engaged in a revival neetirig ten days Mr 1 P McChord who is elIi pi in4 Lebanon spent fund with his wife Mr OYjd heressa CJoyd and Mss Sall of Mackyille spenj In town shopping r Mrs Newell McOlasky and daughter Miss Ethel are visit lug Mis Veola Brown Dr t Staliardotwas in LOUISV days last we k altendii t IIVe DentJAssociaton I Miss ryan Wrkefield of Maud town llast Friday She wa accompanied home by her sist rMary who attends the gradedTschool Mr Lary McCarty and Mrs Wright attended the ball game at St Marys Sunday Mr Henry Royalty was in Maud Sunday Mr land Mrs Everett E Buster of Harrodsbnrg spent MriofIParksyille visited her brother Mr James Boswell this week Mss Annie CQoper of Louis yule is visiting Miss Margaret Bagan MM J L Wharton and daughtert Miss Kate went to Louisville Monday Miss Kate returned Tuesday Mrs Wharton will continue her visit saver l days with tur sister Mrs Robert Stee1erMr and Mrs Charles Noe arid daughter Luoile will go to Lexington Friday to visit Mr audMrsJTQNoe4ana Baa town visited Mr and Mrs Joe S Claybrooke Saturday and Sunday MISS Laura Robinson Forbes wentto Louisyille Mdnday and will return Friday to continue her visit with the Misses Russell MrJohn Polin who is a student at the Louisville Law School is at home for the vaca tion John is a member of the Junior class and at the recentI commencement exercises of the school was declared the winner of the oratorical contest 1 t Mr W F Grtgsby went to Danville yesterday to deliver to IforsettleDlentrfrom surance policy on the life of the late Dr J M Burton her brother Mrs Grigsby accom panied her husband to Danville Messrs John and Morris Wil son of Chicago were called here by the death of their mother Mrs T E Wilson They ar riyed at noon Monday in time for the funera4l which was con ducted at the Pleasant Groye1 church by Eld W P Waldon of the Christian church whoJs her old pastor Mrs Alice Thompson Mrs Fannie Parks and Mrs William Carrithers of Louisville attend ed the funerarf Mrs Wilson at Pleasant Grove Monday Miss Ellen Gregory returned fro Beaumont college Harrows burg Saturday after a weeks visit home Fire Marsha W F Neikirk was here Saturday and Sunday to attend the Republican county couvention and to visit his family Ir Herman Schmenlf has LebanonTMr Miss Susie of Nelson county hIve moved into the house re cnty occupied by Herman S hmenk Mr WilJ Moraa has rented a h juse on Covington venue and h is moved his family into it Mr and MIS John F Simms VisitilngMrland Mrs JO Carr thers of Bardstown is visiting her sister Mrs T DTapp Miss Lillian Simms bas fin ished her business course in Louisville and returned home Mr and Mrs Edward Meade Taylor of Louisville are at the Walton District Sunday School Convention of the Christian Church nay the 5th and 6Tha the Ceristian Church will be held the District Cbovention of the 0 W B U andSunday Schol Cor vention of the Christian Uhuroh ro this convention all ae in l vited arid especially the fiund y schools and workers of this town Tnere will be tfii e sessions each day beginning at 9 A Mea h morning 2 P M each alternoon aud S P M each evening This district is ccmposed of tbe counties of Jtfferson Spencer Bullitt Nelson Marion and Anderson All delegates from a distance will be given homes Let all oorttown folks turn out and help us to make this a glad go d time Committee of Publication Wool Wanted Higest cash prices paid for wool Will re eive at points to suit the farmer GIBBS MOjLTJRE l AYES 4t Sprjngfieia Ky Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Patrick Lyddane deceased yill please present same to me properly proven for settlement Also all persons knowing Themselves indebted to the estate are requested to settlespromptly P A LVDDANE Administrator of Patrick Lyd dane depeased Flowers and Plants I will be in Springfield on Iflfednegday May 6th with a nice llot of flowers and plants For sale at prices withIn the reach of all George R Mai Upgly Strawberry Fete The lladies of the Presbyteyan church will glye a Strawberry supp roii Friday Ma f22d at the lecure room b f the church rOr rfud Made 7SAYS I IHes the man to see when in need of the following Grain Cradles Carriage Trimmings a first class mot 1Saws of all descriptionsar ssed A specialty of good w rk I J= i 1 When you are house cleaning please S don forget that the I3IGSTOTcanI best supply your needs in all kinds oili I Floorl CoveringsC III I- WeI shovy Capetinlgs from a Hemp to the fmest Velvets Body Brussels and Axministers made upt fit your rooms C I full Line 9x12 Room Size Rugs I10 to 40 each You v IIfromfine some Beauties here ge tock M atin js 15c to 40c per yard Rugs 36x72 for 65c each Y IIMatting a Rues 30x60 98c each Rugs 27x54 for 139 each for 325eacq r and Smyrna Rugs 11 aU t Patterns at low pres l IIVelvetRuga86x72 Window Prices Shades All kinds t Lace Curtains 48c tp 8 pair Awnihgs and Porch Shades 1 4 iWall Payer and Moldings 4 l t t We fire reciving new things every week in Dress Gooda Goods Laces Ol vesBltsanQNeckearJMcl r we have the best show of Mens arid J30ysit flats Shoes Shifts nd NeckwGar tf be ftlHjU IIWhite e and at p ices to pleasel on l FSPECIALSTT- II For F SPBOIALSiWall rdaJ t 1 J 1 i ii j Hope CottonS l3c Yard f Spread 125 value for 93c India Linen for lOc a yard IWhiteBed 1 1wI U Clayb roo eCO r INCORP01U JDI 1 S = l It VftIli 1 4 t l ltl that i f tz iT Pricti U I i ehkbraciag a11P r latest t it 4 r r The adiobsst prices rangIng from tBoys Knee I Pants Suitf S15O TO S10OO r y I HATS We have Mens and Boya StfltOJi 1 Bat iin J colors Also a big line oi Straw Hat i 4 A very compltte line Ladies Drtsss Skirti 1f Shirt Waists J i hOur Dress Goods department iis coaipJtte with memy 4 attractive patterns White GoodS inaay aljrk eLadies Lubt Weight Spring Jackete Everybody invited to spe tcnlriour new store i I fi 1 4 44 4 Notice It All pefsons indebted to etate of J M Button deceased please call at Peoples Depisife Banlc and sett their accounts nceMry the etaM MitMt immediately Alto all pmM hdldiiHg claim afaiwt idNtatept lent them roper ly proven 1j A BoImWAiflde Get our oa ellsClothingcc c WenaveaeOtiapUM tiMi SprM StYlest f newc M 759to25 of and call and i 1t GRDNDY McIHIpl wrnx f Cream VDll nilREHEIT TW OMMNICrt FAVtMTI 1ei c a LItctouim p RED CROSS DRUG ST I t I T T 4 MfLactf id I i e ItwYkVti- da l ifl iK t 44t rt Wb a1t S to rell ft et orW d1t Pad aoe rcWerp1ce to itU ItfIthot bore Avl tiMCM Mita Its 1p- Oa otbr willpO r4iearh ui1itripes ItCt u4Otr1ib dt its Wt that tiapace 1 f oIII yaccosate Aa wswce m 4athtwbhrttw tt isetkIitk sever eft- Qa J eorayA Mt at W1dtCIt1a d plzia A oai n tori kI- kct 7 4aoora forker to get IwiAc oliwy pUce ApqithecsUi oate roof rJift ier noddi c spac- OpeN cIOvte let her stand ctiipi the rodlOtff c the vUk horizon back t v fe tIr t ironSC wriiy wit1tir woorhat That IMts out aad towers oeriif saw a thinf like that pac flied with flowera- b JLJMkt aiptvrkHw apreadlof Yes Tk tmVntl Jiterry Wid Ad iifcljwrfcQ Ito catch itshould Siy aiataaid dunce her lid Geewhfcl What a tWOt u isl Aa ycat Where WD ae get that ht Dt T tIiQt lifclew feeling t baSal CMM fiiit Spriag dearly summerL ci W fvkfclp changed fetltBCerbtKvjrattcj and energy byI Vthejiiidic ie of Dr Shoops stotativSThe ItWrative k a genuine tonic Wtlrrt nerves and bu- thwedees a iietced to satisfy t ether tkitsiBrtSlioopji Restorative is actually eaeaiaf that tired spot- Tfce lidteSt lifcof wimter nearly al ways ka tslugg1ak bowels and to tdttffiek iCHrcnlatiom in general The csiatry lack of exercise and qut deeraktlWt the liyer stagnates tHldMas1 aid efttimes weakenes the aeart actio Use Dr Shoops itiatLve a few weeks and it will te urii A few days test will tell JCMt atyou are ustg the right reJIY I will easily and surely JMtc f1tMfe from day ta day Soli fey teRed Crow Drug store WIIS Ontributed WiacHtitr KyThe district coiLeLtbBur1ey Tobacco S ctfred tiisafternOoo vmfttrtwo flays1 meeting Tht WMtiags trr iecretf but the prmciplltubjeet jHBi er discuss mwartbe dwtrlbtttion jto the t jrQarifthe money received ofeoed tobacco which has Wt IIOi Ninety percent01 r tbMi dity nill be paid over to the pwfrlra of ibe tobacco sold and J0p r cemt will bt retainer lui an trfualixfttioo funds until nbt TMMUBid r iIis disposed ol Ch kskV willt be sent out from beaiktuirtera to the individual owner 7butwili be sent to the ft6ftrd0t contrpi of each county lhWbe indorsed by tht body be lore beigdeliyerd to the iudi diTidoalt The money to meet tbeje checks will be deposited la the Ideal banks of each county 1Ofthe1Opercent retained four fifths wllba depOiited in each 4 countjand OQSfifth willbevre r tttin lhereintU1l Cobaciio is j Ao t Heretofore there has been opoMderftble variation in the anagentoZ affairs by the TaribvM onnty boards of control btifbe distribution of funds aiimi6cm system hua been j op 2ja iiirilibej rijficily ad hered tol LOST A fi IHof catarrh T y MsiflS H1ibougbti at the Bed CrpM Driitpre It gave 7etiAyeiauIeF Sufferer i 4 t 1tf rEipee i v rt r John Skmrp had a most 1p i awafadiinous experience- iJ tSatrday Hiieft his hrme fthpvt sjyea oclock that morning iu WftIO CaKpbellsville a dis p tiBO M MYt milep fdr the F J es yY ouf Iqrt BtYM lOO kpO ttnet each day Docs It sds iDod blod bid blood P You know kr- ifbIood is avv beask t ldd1badi bekh And yukivprciat1ywbatIoks 1ISirsapadlist bsctOrs have- esdoried ft lof 66 years = wJ= A I iqerstWS W pb1M Planter f1 SfflBBKT COMfort Dpat add tbeheatofa IcitcWm ire to the sufficient tafOrtofhot weather Use da New Perfection Wick Blue Klame Oil CookStove aaci cook in comfort l With a New Perfection Oil Stovejth5 preparatiptrof aily meals or the big weekly baking is done without iaiiiag the temperature perceptibly above that of any other room in the house If ypu once have experience with the NEW PERFECTION r Wdc Hue Flame OH CookStove you wilt be amazedat the restful w yin which it- enablesyou to do work that has heretofore overheated the kitchen and yourself The New Perfection1 Stove is ideal for summer Ifkm Th JGO Lamp erlowli u nrofe free from disagreeable odor and can cot smoke Safe convenient ornamental the ideal light If not at your dealers write o agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY cINcRPeZATt purpose of Siting75in the bank About ten oclock be re- turnedhome his clothing mindlodeleriooable1 to give an Account of A physician was hurt idly summoned and administered to him and at last reports he was jim proving At first the family thought he had met foul play but he was t aced about two miles from home where it was dis coverJd tLiathe bad been down rolled aoout on the ground of a plowed field he had started to cross The last thing Mr Sharp can remember is that he was taken suddenly ill and felt jU that field and it is a mystery how he managed to travel that distance and reicb hi home in his condition He still nixd his money Mr Sharp is one of the best citizens of that community and his many friends hope to see him out in a few daysTaj lor Couny Enquire Pain anywhere crp be quickly stop ped by one of Dr Shbops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means conges tion unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain tablets simply coax congested blood away frofBWjJaln centers These tablet knbvn by drgiistsasDr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the bood circulation and then pain always de parts in 20 minutes 2C tab1ets 25c Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for free package Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore Dies at Lebanon Lebanon Ky April 23 Judge O G Klliy cried at his home here tbis moruing at 2 oclock He had been afiiicted with Brightsdi ease land bean t oubie for seveiai t mouths jut Bis death came as a surprise 4 He was one of the best Known men in this sectiu t the State J Judge Kelly was a native of Somerset but had resided in this city more forty years HJahad been twice honored by fbe people of this county as ofLebanonfive by a wife and seven children Dr Edwarl Kelly J A HepdronIdises Bernice and LouUe Kelly Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup the cough syrup that tastes nearly s good as mapel sugar and which hildren like so well to take Unlike early all other cough remedies it does net constipate hut on the other Hand it acts promptly xet gently on be bowels through which the cold Is orced out of tTe system and at the arae time it allays inflamstfon Al ways use Kennedys Laxative Cough Jyrup Sold by thh Red Cross Drug Store Great Live Stock Pavilion The State Board of Agricul ure Forestry and Immigration it its tost meeting approved the iMwings of ih architect Alfred 3 Josephandthe civil engineer D Gv Joseph for the erection at the new live stoclr pavilion a f he Kentucky State Fairgrounds gives perfec- tcombustion whether high nearest with back than This buildng when completed Will be the largest and beyond question the most modern sand uptodate show pavilion in the Inited States The arena on the inside will ba 116x300 feet circumscribed by 14 loot cement promenade The bui ding will accommodate ten thousand peo pIe In accordance with the latest exposition idea all the livestock will be assembled for exhibition in this building and the exhibits M welljas the crowd will be amply protected from the neat and inclement weathen In other words the show will be pulled off rain orsbineBids will be opened April 30th and building to be complet4 Sep tembpr 1st Farmers HomeS Journal Thi Way Interest Yon No one is immune from Kidney trouble p just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that iano Beyond the reach of medicine Sol hy the Red Drug Store In SixtyDays- According to a sppcial from Frankfort within the next nixty flays the new cipitdllwill be turned oVCr to the Capitol Corn mission complete in every way as far as the actual building is concerned The arranpecient for furnishing the building will betaken up next week when Pronk M Andrews the architect ill be in Frankfort and will go over his plaus fb the furnishing gnd embellishment of the buid ngWith the commission Mr Andrews was in Frankiort and met with the Commission but the only business that was trans acted was togo over the plans for the expenditure the money ppropriated bythelast General Assembly MrN Andrews said he expected the building to be ready to turn over to the Com mission within sixty days It probably will not be occupied monthsi flrj w to 1014 IneDMis Most victims of Adp3udicitis are thoac who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cares chrOnic constipatIon by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino laxative Fruit Sy Flip does n it nau seate or gripe and iis mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitute gold by the Red Cross Drug Store Fire in Lebanon jFire broke out in the tailoring establishment Abell Fen wick in the business center of the town at midnight Saturday almost completely destroying tie handsome building The adjoining buildingsMcKnightJs bardershop l W Tbarps restaurant anr Humkeys paolroom were slightly da ag dTbestock of N H Putnam Co was damaged by vmok The stock of Abell Fen wick was Insuted for l100r and the loss on the building was about St COO There was a stiff breeze mdihe fine work of the fire de I Scoit Emulsion ftr njth Oil enfeebled I mothtrs by iiKreasin their fle h and rvhi I y HI k pnmcUc baby wiA the car fat aW nuMral foodfr Malthyfrowtk ALL PBUQOfSTSt soc AND flQOI 31disastrous31l STATU OP Onto CITY OF TOLKDC j ssLUCAS COUNTY J Frank Cheney makes oath that he Is senior pal tnerof the firm bf F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state aforsald and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNURBD DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Datarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY aJidsubscribedin emberA D 16AWGLEASON SEAL NOTARY PUBUC Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iuter nally and acts directly upon the bllIS s trtaces ot tDe sys tern Send for teBt mlnials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sole by all Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pills fos coo- stipaion ITw Good Ones sforieslliiswe has a tnrkey hen that has been known to Uy two eggs in cne day Cnarlte Linville ii jour authority for this The second fftHIa cow that aives three or foiu or five gallons of milk at a milk ing the amount being regulated by he wants of the i 12 f H says that all he has to do is to touch one ttne teat aud the milk begins to flow froqi all four When he gets all the milk be wants he touches the teat again and the flow ceases Carlisle Murcury The Kidneys are delicate and an sative orgaus and are very likely a anytime to get out of Older De Witts Kiduey and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very hort time strengthen the weakened Kidneys and allay trouble arising from Iiunamatino of the btad dar Sold yfhe Red fUoe Dr lg Stord To have perte v h a1tyI have perfect aigestion aqd it iis vera important not to permit bf ady elay the moment the stcipach foals out ol order Rakt something at once that you know wi promptly and unfail ingly assist digestion There Is noth ing better thm Kc cl for dyspepsia indigestion 0nr stomach belching of gas and u ryoua headacha Kodo is y natural digestant and will digest cc Brilliant Joke Of ceurse the State railroad commission was not in earnes in refusing to decide the Glasgow passenger rate case because ratecas1werethe United States That war only a brilliant joke There iif the same connection rbetweet these events as there was between the Esquimaux lady vrhi gave birth to triplets a thousand vearsago and a Patagonian old maid of to day The true reason the Commission failed to act was ithat it saw a Buzzard flying over the house and a doa sitting on its tail Glasgpw Times Lani lioUr Weethcrre6Ultingfr in sprain or from rheumatic pains there is noth- Ing so good for a lame shoulder ae Chamberlains Pain Balm Apply it treely and rub the parts vigorously at each application And a quick cure is certain Sold by Haydon Robert SOBIAgenU Wanted 16x20 crayon portraits40 dents frame 10 cents aud up sheet pictures one cent each 1 ou can make 400 per cpnt pnifib or 3600 per week Catalogue and samples free- FRANKW WILLIAMS 1208 W Taylor St 5ChicgoIIi Eggs Eggs Eggs tLcgbornfor 15 or 150 for 30 MMRS L N REED RFDo3 for Whoopiiig Couqh RemedyItwUtkeep expectorrtlocoughing less frequent and lIMS aer ret Jt is safe and sure For sale by theRediroaDrtur Story WANTED Reliable eneigetic man- to sell lubricating oils greas s and paints in Washington and adjacent conn ies Sal arVor com m issl tj ySTETSON OIL Co 1v q Cleveland Ohio lit ILIC Fd 8rdIJU LLIW We are ylacd to announce that ugheJS3afTectIedDru law M it contains no dpa es or er harmful drugs and we recom menu it a asye rcoiodv for children niicful SoJric Rvd Cross Storo H Your Passing ShadowJ24 JOHNNYS CAREER The Same That Was Started by the Sheer nonsense Cornell WidowIvvitliutit I11I2l el1tre frpiiuently nst to fill the pages qf the rootIsw wishes to stjJite that her biiCup of redulitv was Imported from Missouri tnd must bt shown 9 Thy a man from Glegledorf WIO to save his barbers fees Would wet hip hair end let It freeze And when twas frozen break It off ThV Widow claims the credit of drlK mUting the nonsense rhymes whUOi eaft with the cleverness and precocity pf till bright little lad who carelessly slaughtered his mother father and Im mediate relatives These poems If so- tboy WhY be called appeared In the idow in October and November iUOO The same year they were collected and published In pamphlet form under the name of The Johnny Book Johnny started his career by an tragedy as follows Johnny hung his little sister She was dead before they missed her Johnnys allus up tricks Aint he cUtcbcs only six Nest we find that + Johnny with his little Dealt his brother orful dedont care IfHe Aint he cutehs only six Litter development of the little romp shdws that tTohn has gone from bad to worse Now his fathers in a hearse Smeared him with a load ot bricks Aint he cutehoa only six Mid so on until finally Johnny saw a buzzsaw buzz LIkea bike and thought It wuz JoTinnys corpse is full of nicks t tiAint he cutehes only six These verses terminated the Widows connection with John but papdrs all over the country took up his instruc tive and edifying career and pushed Itto a finish Still another verse which started In the Willow oillce and tray eled all over this country and part of others was the bit of Eb and FIov doggerel jn this we disgover that Flo was fond of Ebenezer Eb for short she called her beau Task oCtJdes of love Great Caesar You should see em Eb and FlofBy itself this beautiful bit could hardlyoclaini u place in a Volume great American poets bnt when it traveled far and wide and received an extra verse at each resting place It became a pursuing nightmare From Humorous Collego Journalism In Bo hemian Magazine Women the Greater Dreamers A VJepna doctor has published the following figures Thirteen ineii out of a hundred a gainst thirtythree women dream dur- Ing their sleep The number of men who dream frequently Isl per cent that of women Is 43 per cent As a general rule It may be said that the weaker sex has twice as much tend ihcy to dreaming as the opposite sex The cerebral phcno uenou undjpr coii Ideratlon Is absolutely unkn wn to 0 per cent anti H per cent dream only very rarely It seems Idle to add that the satinS doctor npfed what is perfectly well known that almost all our dreams art suggested more or less djrectly by th ncldents of the material life of every lay Boston Advertio Strange Animal In the Malay archipelago la a reptllt much like the mythical dragon Jt has false ribs that extend the loose ikln and form Its wings There are also ft frog with spreading feet that makes flJtfrOmthat can spread out Its whole body like ah umbrella and leap and fly a hundred feet at a time from the top of one tree to another conundrumsSWhy are wejll fed chickens like sue iessfuV farmers Because they are blesedVltll full crops If your nose was twelve Inches llong what would it be A Cook Why Is the letter nUke the face of Hamlets father It is more In sorrow than in anger Why is Ireland like a bottle of wine Because ltlms a Cork in It The Oceans Depths Expert Iiydrographers say that in Ita deepest parts the oceans waters are so dense that a sunken Ironclad would clever reach the bottom Hidden Gems 1 Charlie please bring mo that pear lying on the dining room table 2 Let me rub your hands they look frostbitten 3Sco that dog hop along behind the cart ho wants a ride 4tCome bring out your wheel Fred IIam on dads 5 It was a queer 160kI Ing building they had painted thelow cr part crimson and the top azure Answers pearl 2 rubyw3 opal 4 dlamoUll t 5 topnz Find them It Iii Qu er Little Boy Isnt fathers queerJAuntie In what t way Little Boy When a boy ddeJi anything for his paahe doesnt get anything but It auotlxer mans boy does It he gets a nickel- S FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU a 1 ofany case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of mcdibJ cine Take it at once Doa not risk having Bright Dis eae dr Diabetes There ino nothing gained by delay 1 50c and flOO Bottle S WSrVff 9VffTlTVTittt J D TTWomenaover neglect may cae to bss 1 c Make yours into passing shadow by taking medicine fiat acts dkecUy myow raantr 4order of which has caused your womanly troubles Th right remecfy locyt wfaen K tm b4 1backache nervous spells dragging puns kragt c fuDctioa etc Is f = Wine of GarduiMTLL H LawSoD of Sprott AJarltes I auftd pith female trot1es for12p b tdoctors they dtdno good so I took Wine of Cardut Ihayetaken 18botUeafel gratr rpi4better than 1020 years Sold by i1 reliable ggis In LO0 botUea rrytL I WRITE US A LETTER i T A tag from 10cent piece win count PULL vaJtM A tag from a Sce t piece will count HAL val1M f j 0 iftl Ifr gJi c J i i 4 f J t t M rIJ 4iiwith valuable tags1k f ifI jr ifIqh J r Save your tags from ig OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWiSt MMtorWtrkiNM SaltrYPrMt HMM SfmT Ivy JT PIIt SfMTHMMl Old HtlHty Esnliu 1JiwIIBlaik IItw CJiI PSMk DIlsJ July as Joll 11111 V Coupon Jroin jf J MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMMUM PINT rr t OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN SiMkim QtLTEDIE Iripsig YHowStrlpstromBusTERIK 7 7 ITags from the above brands are good for the kflOWmgaISd shier J wseM presents as shown by catalog 1 i f Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tap iPrenchBthrPipoTags Pk ak Ts ttFountain Pen 100 Tags Leather Pocketbookse Tags i Pebt xadS4S Tts- 1M English Steel RazorSO Tags Steel Carvin Set aot Tags I P1 4gCMS3ITajU lL t Gentlemans Watch 200 Tags Best Ste l Shears 75 TapI Tas io1 Many ni ishavesuppiedt With presents with wbkk f 7i pJff g i ffor r us catalog fj Lc i1 Y PREMIUM DEPARTMENT v Wt t j 7t cTHE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St LsuI Ms l ft i Hoffman Dare Sired by Dignity Dare No 19 82 he by Oh ster Dare 10 h by Black bquirre No 58 be by Black Eagle No 14 he by King William No 67 First dam Glen Mary No 240 2d dam Raven by Anderson Bell No1 15805 record 2 20k3rd dam Mdmbrino Frincss dam of Bay Bird 230 DESCRIPTION Black 16 hands high 4yearsold with plenty of styleand action ns tine natural tail as any horse and comes from a family on both sides that havea noi d record Hoffman Dir wil make lhe seasoof 1908at Casllewood Stockt Farm three miles from Springfiela on Lebanon pike for 10 To Insure a Liiing Colt 3 I will also stand Two Goo Jacks at same place at 10 to nsure a Living colt Your patronage is kinlv solicited Apply to W S GIBBS Springfield Ky Savethe PISOS CURE Lungs ravagesofthe bad cough or cold fore it h too late Pisos Cure speedily stops coughs andrelieves throat and Absolutclrfreeharmful in rtHcnts and agreeable la the taste tildruLsts 25 ceitti COUGHS CCfLDS Millionaires and Aristocrats The millionaire becomes an aristev crat when he forgets theres comfort in tha kitchen Manchester Union AllTflj1os JIPf Ohe bf the worse features of kid ney trouble is that Itisan insidious dsease and bcfor the vlcltm real zes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Ppleys Kidney Caret theflrstsijrn of trouble as it car rects irregularities and prevnts Brighta dueaae and diabetes old by the Red Cross Drug Store The Rest Is Easy To cure dyspepsia First givg away your chafing d8hSoinervilIe Journal hnmaliof pjjpb vu hivi hi stomach trouble This is what one lan says oj it EC DeWitt Co Chicago tfentlcmen In thud a disease of the stomach j els I could not digest in n I ate and In iheSpring of 1902 bought a bottle of I odol and thi I received froth that battleI ll the gold in Georgia cbald no buy 1 still use a llttld occasionally randajoorueilRodlair Ga Ang 711JJ irSore 1Write TOBACCO wrM4S 1 IIIf r t Bouncing Conwraghtt f No15272 tr i Hackney Stallion 153 h nds4rearsold beautiful csssutase Jtrell three white feet and snip nose is a resaarkaWj had some horse possessingthe true hackney stylea dkap4asi4iia4li l1actdr This Is jiistthehorse tQ Inprove the size adMaaea ltrotting bred hOrse ni colts make idealroasters 4 rri e horses Thc stud fee for this Hackej oneiriUHilMM t c t insure a living colt Lt rc1- i If you want to breed for action and style you fcouMctrtaMjr see this horseI I i r i There will also be found my stables j i Moko Pearl Ito 40394 f f A1rottingStalliou e Red Bird No i956V l i 1l It 3j A Stfddk StalitM ir4H 4 V s rS 4 i i A1so Two SCFinei JacK8 pV 1 1 J L r Remember the place Fair Gfro iidi St bh84rg4t i eldKy1 L D BAXJIR j t i c if f t 1ii 6 ooooooopoo ocoO4obt i oooogo g The Safest andO i Way tos fl4 4fc Trns1rf T4o if- I 4 Ii r r i 4 Irs8vl j d rr i feng Dthazice TeePiJoJfl 7 S QJ I tr Vv X i FoRatsapplytt IocalMsair Jw 8 J l i 5 G 2 GCumbrIandb e I TeIeI Pittf t T djgIpI- DO Jwii J rQIBtil1oI dha41aS1i Hodol For IIRelieves soar stomach ii iiieiy