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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i1A8uSnED I I IN 183 J I S VOLXVNp I19 WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 7 1908 1I00 PER YEW iIIOR I F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTcake ver Hatdom Jc Barber P1 k blepriCes 1l wortparu sPRGImY Otfi Y SPJttHGrMIrfD onty seat of 1 aihuacto County SI mili south MUt it j3zIten S9 mile from f4ouMMen Bardttowjc branch o- lLsLkDd Nashville lailroad In a 1raJMff aM agricultural ditricL- TwoBuks te1eraplt an telephone Uia MOc oter mills lumber t- lltTnrartU Ir i tatiYeU Congress Hon Ben JofcaW Brftriil5wa Ky BMfWCtttatiye in Kentucky Leis nlnr Hoe W C McChord XeMC t tiTC In State Senate Hon I ftJarjrlp Ca pDetlsve KY cty 1IrttOJ CIRCUIT COURT CkC4MteoitHPII on the fOurt- hosy lJeary Kay sid OCt I I Tran4dgf It I Durham cioiwea1tkAt y f 1oBHt A Noec1erk I M G Iack lnte t11a8 J AkCOURT f Quarterly Court U Held on the third iCo day imVc mouth I I LUIeT 3dge COUNTY COURT 4 eot7 CtWt ec utlie foit- hfrg041jgtichutk B Li radge Wf3e k r C01111tyiClerktl SKaJeC81l1lyAttorsfYGeKctktt SIaJiJSMbte OurtSaAa erIin BerbftEddkmft Dtckldiate CdMuters 1 Depttti JaWFfeMe County Surveyor TP OBry m Assessor 1 w TikeJi Deputy VRortotTreaser1 3 x otgoecy OorQe SiW Jof Com po S1KlBChld CITY COURT 1tXee Felice ge 1J Gracelarshal = WT Grfifcy City Attorney TTJSTIiZCbURT I Jtte rcrta are held 1i January 1 G 3ia Jnrectr I METHODIST CHURCH I eTG W Lyon Pastor Set Ttce a the JtIt anc Third Sundays e U each eth atU a E and730 Pm Sunday atlO amSumdaylckool every Prtysc ftc every cdBesday ajfkt CATHOWCiCHURCH IyiUPTUTI PZBTTZEIA1 OHURCH Rtv R E Co Lawson Pastor pr MkiBff viry SSBdayat 11 am Mist Tpm ftwday school every sidiyit 10 a Prayer JD etln 4yry Tau dT evealBg at 7 oclock J BAPTIST CHURCH RtrWm HaniI wnliam ii Pastor Preaekiig cyiry o1114a1 at 1 om and 74 pm Suuday Scaoolevery S 4ayat9dO a al PraYer Meeting ertry T114Y efeuiur at 74Sockck t OHRIS tAN CHURCH Rev WoRogers Pastor Ser ku N431M fourth Sunday Sunday cMool fJOsi I trri Orders HA cfiCfeKJ sri Cfteki iodge SO wets lrt ad third Mouday iftabk Mith Wa kt fte3t A Chapter No 57 I aeyety secimd Tuetday- tprfajrfteU Couscll oS2 Beets on r tark i4ay- X i4oftz ACAWUIS Meei t3i1 t ti- n in each mo KorfdFor ll1LclipttionIt mt M Wttt rn a sutiy k IIM Me Wn rPur1sr aMeeF Try t k ftIat Jt It 1M p- ssrffys hlae tIiltw rllliaW d atlfduM tfc StMiack Swctl 1 Ghicacd ZH aswioojjCRjjS STOBE 1 Jww Vr w c 7 r I 1 TIlE 4 NI3S=LEADI3RI5i 7 ij mnw I I i OBSERVATIONS I i iMOOPOSITION GOV Will certainly occupies ai very unenviable position as re gards the tight riders outrages He ivas rouudly seredand abused from some quarters be cause he appeared to be slow to act about sendin troops to the scene of the night riders troubles andi when he acts and sends soldiers to certain townr and at tempts to apprehend these law breakers be is abused by some little country newspaper whose editor thirds1 to make a hit with Pie t bacco growers or rather t element which advocate thenei crop and the pooling idea One of the most inconsis t ult1positions and the most un called lor attack we notice in the Oirlisle Murcury Cirslisle is the cc unty were the most das tardIj outrage of the entire night riders campaign was cum mittec a short while ago It was i ear Cerlisle that Hiram fledges a hard working farmer who refused to aoey the com mands of the tobaoco society about cutting out tne crop of 1908 vas visited by a mob oaej night bout a mouth ago and doorjwasthe presence of his wife and children It was to this place that ov Willsoa sent a small company of state troops for what purpose it does not appear but it ivas probably in an effort to fer et out and arrest some of Ile outlaws guilty of oldblood ed murder It is hard to conceive of an editor so blinded- b prejudice or so anxious to curry favor with a certain ele ment iB to make an attack on the governor of our state because be iis usit g every available means to su press this lawlessness which has mad abJot on the fair name of Kentucky that will take ears to obliterate The Mercury after roundly cr ticis ing tbaactof the governqr in select line Hall Trees tRacks from tt Library Tables and 750 Library Bookcases 6 Book Cases j pedestals 75cto 4OQ Wall poclret 75c 81 sending troops io Carlisle 4ays Governor WillsoA is polite to run his admimistratibn bymiU tary power are willing to wager jug of butter milk he commits suicide goes crazy or resigns before his term is out The people Kentucky wont stand for military rule any more than they will for ring rule ancLthis Fall will demon strate this fact 10 thp satisfaction the milItary admipiatra tipri tale it that theopleof Kentuck that is the Jaw abiding element much prff r military rule thin tiight riders rule but thinks to the firm stand taken by Gov Wilson atad the good people who have backed him up we trust that we will not be called stand for either Jr AY LEAVE THE STATE L Owfng to the war that being made on the American Tobaoco Co certain districts in Kentucky and the insane prejudice which has been aroused against that concern there is strorig talkof it withdrawing from theState such illlbeginterests of the State for while the tobacco trust may have its faults it certainly its uses creates a market for tobacco ttiat other corporation or number of corporations could create years come In regard to the reported withdrawal fromJihe State dispatch from Lexington saysc According tol the H Toewater of this ciJy who the general manager of the leaf department of the American Tobacco Kentucky the American Tobacco Co will sell all of its warehouses and other property this city All the tobacco which the cpm pany bougbt here during the winter Been shipped Al though Mr P ewater was re ticent and guarded his state mentsfor publication private statements officialsof Amefii cn Tobacco Company here timate that the American Toad co Co has decided t withdraw from the State asa purchaser I J For The Bed RO IJ1f Three piece bed room suit 12 50 75 00 I Handsome solid beds 20 00 to 50 00 Iron beds and 225 to 25 00 Solid mahogonsrcJhiffoniers vv 25 no to 35 00 mahogany DreacersH 0to 40 00I Odd Dresurs in Oak 850 to 25 00 stands u 850 12 00 and A of and at 50 to 25 mahoganj oak to 15 50 to 25 10 to T4beretsand to If we of of We on to is in If has It no in to ttementotF is in in has in in the in For the A full line of Kitchen Safes 450 to 10 Kitchen Tables 2 t64 Refrigerators Th4 best line of ever shown St 10 to 17 of leaf tobacco vlt iis understood that the company will how turn its attention tothe development of tobacco production in other States and expects to quickly build up production and mar ket which will take tbe place of that left behind In Kentucky Missouri is expected to be the principal beneficiary and offi cials of be trust hgre express the opinion that that State will in future supp y the needs of thecompny for tobaoco hereto fore furnished bv Kentucky Tired nerves with that no ambi bition feeling that is commQnly felt in spring or early slimmer can be easily d quicKly altered by taking what is known to druggists every wheteas Dr Shoops Restorative One will absolutely nth a changed feeling within 48 hours after begin ningto take the Restorative The bowels get siuggish in the winter time the circulation btten slows up thc Kidneys areInactive andt even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative Iis recognized eve ywhere as a genuine tonic to these vitall organs It builcis up and strengjhns the worriout weakened nerves it sharpens the failing appetite and universally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and- anbition Try it and be convinced Sold by Red CrossDrugstore A Train of Cattle 6 The 275 Ieadof cattle which FOX ODani l Co sold large Chicago firm mention of which was made iin our last issue were shipped frqm thjs point yesterj day morning The cattle were slopped at the Mueller Wathenj Kobert distillery which closes its season run next week The average weight fas 1180 ljsr and the price paid was six cents A special train 6tt 15 cars was required to transport the cattle L Enterprise The trouble with most codgh cures Is that they ponstipate Kenneds is especially recommended lor ch lIdren as it tastes nearly ac good asl marIe sugar Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Fair View Bruner Carney and Richard Outsinger swopped horses Jar ney giving 10 difference Mrs Ada Moore and two children Mary and George and Lizzie Olliver dined at the home of Mr J N H Olliver Sunday There was small crfrwd out at New Hope 10 hear Rev Be night preach Sunday Rev Benight will preach his last sermon at NewBope May 17 it SundiiyinMay4fe ifaud attended church at New Hope Sunday and dined wi h his I guess every oils was suri prised wth the snow fall I supj pose it was the latest since the year 1904 when it fell May 20 Mr f E Stevenson s itamilk cow to Mr Jas Truax for 35 Weak women shquli read my Book No 4 for Women It was written expressly for women who are npt well The Book No4 tells Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully ap plied The book and strictly confl entirelyfreeThe Night Cure is sold Red Cross Drug Store A Kentucky Horse Wins Our Kentucky readers will doubtless remember a very flashy good going walktrot chestnut gelding shown at the lairs and tbe Louisville Horse Show laVfallby Mr Mat Cohen of Lexington Kyj This gelding John Randolph won heraand was sold to Miss Emily Bedford of Brooklyn Be was before the public last week at Dnrland arid won in all bis classes ridden by Mat Cohen also first in the ladies class ridden by Miss Bedford Thrsjis terribly handsome gelding and is todav the best whichiopiDlon jMr Clausen one of the best selected I I Tor The Extension dining 475to 40 00 China closets quartered oak oval glass fronts sides at 1650 to 4000 Dining Chairs solid per set from 550 to 20 00 Side tabled eo 150 to 12 00 I Beds and ri 3 Bed upholstered Best Chase Leather Box cedar lined 12 50 tbS17 v 1 iDavenports best chain steeUsprings oak frames 20 to25 V Cribs 850 to 10 j Sanitary Steel Beds toS10 Davenpor 5 up rjjdges of Valktrot in America qbly first our belitfby ttying tjhe blues1 upon him in hotter company thai he will ever meet many of the future shows this year we believe ParmersHome Journal Mjre News from the New England statestIt any one has any doubt as to the virtnre Foleys Kidney Cures thoy need only to refer to Mr Alvin H Stitqpson of Willimanto Conn who almost losing hope ofre covery pu account the failure of so many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney flare which tfet says was Jjust the fop him as four bot tIes him He is now entirely yell and free from all the suffering incident te all kidney trouble Sold by the Red Cross Jtug Store Press Association j1The Kentucky Press Acsocia flold its next meeting at Cerulean the week pf June li Ihij was decided Wednesday at a meeting of the executive held at the Sjelbach The programme arranged also includes trips to andMmDoth1Cave wlnlsoonr1 natured the invitation from Hopkinsville was combined wth the two from Mammoth Cave and Cerulean Springs Mrs S Joyce 180 Sullivan St1 Claremont N IL writes Abous ai year ago I bought two bottles Foley 8 Kidney Cure It cured me of a cevere case Kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly i15 a grand good medicine and I heart ily recommend it Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Cattle Sale 7 s air McAulifl repjespnting Henry Knight the buisville cattle king has purchased in Boyle county during the past week over Lead of expoit cattle for July delivery The prices received by the local sellers A1 beautiful of i and We have the Ideal Writing Desk for Farmer Ladies desks Big Bed 150 Matress150to900 Window Door Screens all sizes I itlstJBSCRf ON J SPRINGFIELD DIRECTORY EARD jHall Room inbestvekir12 NO ALUM IN FOOD IA and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking pow e- rISo does France t So bThe sale of alum rood has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Cbkim bia and alum baking powders are everywhere recofMzed 0 protect against akin when ordering baking poWder 5 plainly I and be very sure you get Gcae j rlr1someness of ffood t I 0 = ranged from 585 to 6 25 JJT hundred The catilfr are expected to average about 1400 pounds per head The various George A McRot erts 124 head Lanier Brothers 82 head Ike Shelby 75 bead Jere Caldwell Jr 80 head and Richard Gentry 160 head The totali sales will into the countyabout 40000 Happy Father soon turnd1 to a sad one if he has walk the floor every night with a crying baby McGees Baby EliXir will majte tbebIldwcllsoothe its nerves induce healthy normal slum ber Ret for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it to take snre and safe contains no harmful drags IiKENNEDYSSYRIJP 1ti 1ii i ii ii I n i II j SPR NGFIELDS I GREAT FURNITURE STOREI 1 1 E AC H MAN CA1PBELLPROPRS1 I 3 l I Three r Floors of Stock I I LouisilIeorgoods mmense stock was by Mr Leachman after a personal visit to the big Furniture factories of the country It was bought t ight y and can be sold AT PRICES AND ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS I ri6hestVISltlA 1 prices l wr Lr to brass plain fancyo I Solid pOWardrobesShaving to Library Cpnibination r a a Kitchen cbinets750l2 Refrigerators a a fl5ti a fattier of a Dining tables 00Iand oak cobbler seats ocjICouches Lounges couches upholstered polished Childrens Folding 850 Sanitary Couchand of after of thing cared completely bloc will Springs committee r1sondiscussion ott of Big does Germany injuriousT Say cOUGH For The Parlor l lIIMahogony upholstered Parlor Sets1500 to25 00 Parlor stand tables quarterdoak250to 12 QO I Solidoak arm rockers 25bto 10 00 Artistic Fire Screens v L 3 00 6 00IFancy house screens 250 to 8 00 French plate beyeled mirrors 100 to 10 00 I Baliy Carriages large and line Baby Carriages Gocarts the handsome assortment of jSppngs to and yourself Royal the pounds sfellers verJ bring Pleasant Hammocks gomplete line of from up Old Hickorv Porch and Lawn Chairs We have inv sted lot of money this business because we believe Springfield and her future All we ask that the home people give chance at their trade JI L 07IVVPBELflIF1 F The Furniture Men L 1JT= 1TE TE1TEIIJ2E iT I l lii q t J t1104EII4R r EMGLAHDSAYS t I a ROYrA4II RbyiCream j t I J t A is to bQttleI j Furniture to A Hammocxs 2 a in in is us a 1 Iv Hardest Schotlfcou We were absntalt yoa a1 seem so LQZJ a nt that wev annotkweekIIII l j f there iis any room for i vill no Slav lonjf very scarce in this TJciaity We are glad to report UM4 Mrs Eliza Mikshtll ia aUeib W1Ii out again after btini very hi4l4l bruised up caused by hori running away with her r tlvisited Mr Goodletts partfU off this place Saturday aad SvaAay The maiayfri d ofMr Sinr Bayne and Mr T L WilMiii regret seriously tot tewri QtW deaths We exteed tyjBpMfcf to the bereaved faaailtet f Mr gharlev Sparrow ad MW Bade Iinksto who bsys bt a on the sick list for IDJM tiili It am yery sorry to ripotfc wbetter aVtbis writimt Mrs Sarah Gray U aped fftthis week with per so Mr J HGW v r L t When jo thlmk JK i think of Kbdol for ittt wk ot ssbt the only p iparattom that Mihrt ij digests kll clasa ot 1M4aM ttM o wkatyoa need WiMa you lMWM iigestioH oritOMach wething that will act fVWMtfcr 4th9rJgLdy IIopLHtltm ucwWIXhtattlietrCMIWeM4 Es tie WfK e work itwlf for the Moack by mii igetting the food tkat yc at ss that is Kodofl It teytcMWK W tftktj it fa sold iJy the lit OrfM M Storei v t t 1tiDirty t r1tatSDndayi toIgatepost warniuf brat it I not be gocd orhImij bsdM put a white man in a tr 21f bouse which Uadk pa jtit piI1tenant1 tajfarmt colored was bird ft 11tsuiting from a d4aIhl Miv Tobin bai re b ttt lb himr wth the ida that Jotte move iinto it Bt bTi f rved this warais hwa M lj tnouse to OI IYiX i P1white AM ThWewi mois g tercitlien in the sooty 1 rTobicl jird SI lisanoutrce tbt a n as tends itrirtlj In lilt biiesbedow should be dJete4e l fJty The wamkif Night Bideff 1r Herald AII ifi F 1fJ11t IMI CIllIitW 1 that M r1 I istikaTlWqIa itrjthat t Itta I11 WDC te tof Ait btbi s worms may bs Isr Ultt that it M not by gt1 it- bitefIlCV aflwacmsad is Itpjto f Price 2i cefcM Soli bf tWssssBr of Store nhirgttbmivdWtrIwksasirz 7ii 5r r yw 7 I IlIlf MWSUADERk- nuoast j XTXKY TKUKKDAT f 1NGFIELDKY oitI iPiul rjEJtDAVISON Jr TTKUBsoAT MAY7 1908j I For oigreI1 Iw are riuthrtfized to announce NiJJSiJON as a canc1atetr Ictionto Congress from this t ith Congressional District ftI to the action of the Dc atlc Party r r FOR SHERIFF i Wareauthorlzed to announce A Co JCin8 a ca idate for the nomi- t r ati for Shdrff of Washington cbttptvt lubject tp the action of the Drcratic party BeputiesrKicfaard B Mc Sam Df Campbell Will bertViiglniItWi are authorized to announce S jJkjidtrwa as a candidate for Sheriff of ffafKUfftoatpunty subject to Vie attMta the Democratic party DepStie S K Eddleman Sam Hal GNwell and Byron Croake C L Q l nFpBrth District R publics r j Conventipn was held at l lh1DJueday and en i iorltii Ttfli The convention liovftfeated Drh W Gaddie ol J L1U county for congress Bt t4 M detegjates to the natio 1crenticn Jjbn P Btswall Jof Bctckioridgei and Tom Jack wriortWt Jj li avErin of Hitrtfort was elected State OwitaifelXJomniitteman over Dr t st BeD lt Bruner Carter Proctor of raTIOD county was named M Presidential elector Hon t J6bilfr Lewis ol this place l prciiieilLM chairman ofLbe iconentionf 4 1 Ir v Torf YI w Mr iW E Blatidford and Ri66rfBagl3t were vsitfng a1 Mr Roy Smith one night last fwelk TSwmaa 0 Bryan Flatcher Carrico snd Sidney Smith atten J Mqw services at the Catholic SundayfiiChtia tiooa hid something to do with it atthe boys are notoften goers OtJony stayers They cannot be blamed much as the Lebanon guris are quite handsome ano tr bivein every way s Mr and Mrs J E Smith en rwlllKLquJtEa nice crowd at the residence of Mr Jo Carrico f ivithhis graphaphone last Sun day evening We recognized i 3varal pieces of our church ffiswic which were beautifull Oti account bf the inclemency of thfe weather the services at tRoStl were postponed until extSu day evening They will be wellworth attending MR Sam Hall of Fredericks 1towni very sick with prneumo- nht Alisi Nora Smith fras been I called to wait on him Mrs Thomas West took he littlp girl Springfield last ton day and had her gums lanced Thchi1d is doing well a sMrr Bowers and Miss Agnes R apof near this place were iaarirjd lasts Morday at St arilikchurch and leit imme di1jJfoc Louisville Wh i tbyil reside ereI MrT J W Nally of this place iaadFMiss Bite of Union county wert published at St Rose fur tbjBtrst time last Snnriav lheleWi8 on Tuesday of Jast tlkatrSt Rose cburch amps lb aBtfal wedding Mr En Bi 1i was narried by Rev IFgtberVallaley to Miss Mary E Carrico most beautiful and charming young woman Tbe bride was gowned in beautiful white trimmed in satin ribbon and carrid beautifuiwbite sprint flowers The two brotbers 6 the brid Were the attendant Rev Father Hargarty gave music for the occasion i iV1 OMTflici tfi MmeMes the mo WoflIlnt1 Itt Wheu a rjooster flnd a bier fat worm hi caIIai1the Jhens in the farm yard to conje and snare it A similar trait of Ibufean nature in to be obsery 1 ed wueil a ipiao discovers something exceplOflalJy gondbe wants all of his friendlPMd neghbor4 to share the cenefitjiof his discovery This isI tte touch of mature that makes the whole World kin This explains why bcople who have te fl cured by Oh aiberli Cough medy write letters to tfee maunfactnjrers for pub licaMpa that others similarly ailing ay alsj ufje it and ebtain relief Bca liiBdeseryiona of thee letters i far beared wish of the vriiter to fcleef nsV tp some ne else This reme 5djfpr tfJe by HaydonsA Robertson Hi1iboriiii VWt are having sometw pad I ireaiirr fw bptmfofpa- t J li H ilus ech wilt be j lven to she farmers togpltittheir corn l it jgttingiery late 7 I Me o Mil 1 Spacein e 1 4urold NsLetdir but n8W S kyiKr thtw ReEk Jr AIhetBfl indjW IMtoi wiirt aeItrlngfie d Sat 02tMi MM Ai 8vday JI3veqdis IKdtd NCIlet next Sunda successful day Cobe arid bring g areloingg day School Mr Lee Settles bought a nice filly of Jbe Moore price 125 lMr Otis Harmon purchased a nice 2 year 4d filly of W 5 Willett for nO i mWaLtermidst WeduBsday 6n business ntrploeIiliueythe graveyard All persons whoa pplytopentTuesdayfamily J luclcitfThe luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salvewrites Charles F Rudahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itehing piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guar antee Haydou fc Robertsons drug store Long Run f Farmers are very much dis bOuraged about getting in their crops as it rainfall the time The frost and snow damaged the gardens and potatoes very much last week We are almost anygarJMrs Deby Lawrence was called to the bedside of her little grandson Otis Lawrence of Nevada who had the misfortune of having his eye shot out He has been at the hospital at Louisvillp two weeks and has returned home nd batter It seems that the Frathers Creek correspondent thinksthat nigntilderslady 4flho said her husband snared so loud at night But my opinion is that we people out riqersforii t that will be put out in this sectionIn ce with the old folks saying ve will have two more frosts in this month and theywill appear tpe nigh oI the 14th and 29th as i thundered on those days in Febru gobyiaIyears and have found it to be mighty near so Mr Borah and wife of Fen wick visited Mr Pat Staton Saturday and Sunday Mr Gplie Key and wife Visi ted bis father at Jensonton Sun day Miss Lizzie Best visited Miss LettieCoyle Suiurday night Mr George Best and wife visi ted the latters parent Sunday night near Gravel Switch Clliiiriaills Has ilic Pro1crcor jMr Fred c Hanrahan a prom nent druggist Qf Portsmouth Va says FOr the past x rears J have sold and recommended Chamberlains Colic Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy It is a greatjfetrfedy arid one of the best patent medicines on the market I I handle some others for the saw purpose that pay mia larger profit but this remedy is so snre to effect a cure and my customer socertaiu1lo appreciate my recommending it to him that I give it th preference orsale by HiyJon J K oiPtson Tick Creek a Frank Haydon of Fern Hill sold one sow 8f d three hoats to to Wm MatheiJy of Maokville for l3- Ben Haydon sold fifteen hogs to Mike Fitsgerjld Coat t dingtwoand has them almost corn pletsd byWmMiss Nell Haydon visited her grandmother Springfield this week Mrs Rachel Anderson and Budd Matherly were m Bar rodsburg shopping one day last week Mrs Mahala Hall and daugh Wednejday lr and Mrs G orge Goode of Stewart visited Mrs Hen SundayMr haI declined the idea of going to Illinois Shannon says there is more in Kentucky for him than in Illinois Mr Frank Baydon has return ed home if er a eeks visit to StationIStumph attended Sera vice at St Rose Sunday The rainy weather has got the PAINPain In the bESdpstn anywhere hs ataa pressnrepothtnelse tolimelbateabletTabletblood tentersIthough safely it U7e17 equthe blood circa Jat1onIsanfceanseIIbloodeonaestfonbloocl a stoikBruise SoanSwellconiDJtrJft818ll at 25 08ntBwacheerfully wesBMMBj I Dr Shoops JlTe I farmers far behind wth their work and tbele is not much Visiting m ibs community KNOWMENQT Value Sime aS6aldI V C1ewM1ssJ3 ers when they buy a box of Urt K I6thIw if afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee t Haydon Robertsons drug storemj 25c Mclnfire i As we have cot seen a letter f Slrontwill send a fe v items vMisstown is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs IV F Keen Miss Flora Keen wlm hash been attending schoolt tat Lex 11 gton for the past for months returned home last SaJAjrday The bans of matrimony were published at St Rose Sunday for thenrst time between Mr Joseph Warren Nally and Miss Bite of Uniontpwn Mr and Mrs Manny Alvey entertained at dinner Sunday several of their friends from Dants station wjio came over to be present at thercrowning p f the May Queen which wai 4ostPoned until next Sunday on account of the inclement wealth er Born on the 28ih of April to the wife ofTE Ballard a dne girl Mr J C Ensor sold to DonIo McUlein one work mule for 75 Kidwell Brothers sold to Wheatley Co abunch of hogs donceUinequaled as Y GireFbr Croip Besides being an excellent remedy rffor colds and throat troubles Chamberlain s Cong Remedy is aneqUaled as a cuie for croup says Harry Wil son of Waynetown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears t hfi stemedy w ilprcvenCtbe attack5t It is used successfully in many thous IIandsRobertson Maokville Mr Hugh Noe of Springfield was here several days last week on business Mr J G Howell spin Satur day and Sunday with hisaaephew Mr Gabe Clark at Willisburg Misses Alice and Hattie Busby are yisituig friends in Harrods burg Ibis Wt ekeJ Mr Earl Gbeatham and sister Miss Nora of Willisburg attend ed services at the Christian church Sunday evening Mr and MrsJ B Peters visited Mrs Peters mother at Bryantsville Sunday f Mesdames Alice Thompson and Fannie Parks of Louisville spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Ada Arnold Mr Garnett Brown of Sev mour Ind afterspending week wjth relatives here has returnedl home Mr add Mrs R B Hatchefct of Lebanon were the guests of Dr and Mrs Thompson Thurs dav j Mr B M She mlker was in Harr dsburg Thursday Miss Rose Sbewmakpr ol Cornishyille visited her mother Mrs Uriah Shewmaker Sunday M John Ruby of Leaven worth Ind returned home last MOnday Mr and Mrs W B Hatch ttI of Har rod sburaf were here on business Thursday Mrs Betue Patterson of Texas spent Fridywith her sister Mrs Nora Cloyd Mrs Bttie Peter left Mon day for Olmitead Kv to visit her her uncle Dr Preston PeterIDr Thompson was in Louis vilie Thursday Mrs Eliza Brown is visiting her sop Mr Logan Brown who lives at Bejmour Ind Mjs Jennie Adams matron of the Grundy Orphantigei asse thrdughoilr town Fri lag cutout to Harrodsburg fo visit her sis erMiss Emma Adams 1A spcial was given on Satur day evening at the home of Mr ajv Ms John R ke in Innor or Mr O Settles Quiti a Lumber frotm th s place attended court at Bar rods burg last Monday Mrs Fannie McMullin and Mr Floyd Hall were married lleIBJtbS county Mrs McMullin being a daughter of Mrs Sue hew maUer of this place walter1HumeandI fonvention met at Louisile Wed ne day MrRR Isram and deugh ter Elizabfth were in Springsfield Saturday Mr Sharlie dvevas in Springfield Monday THE SMART SET Mr John Riha of Vinlng la savs I have been selling DeWitts Kid neyand Bladder Pills for abdut a year asia the give better estikaction than any pi1Iver sold There area dozen ptpple here whq have used them und thev give perfect satlsfact on fn every case rhave used then Im3self with fine reu tsuf old bf the Red Cross Drag Store KIRKLAND The farmers hink they will not get out any crop oa account of continued rains SODefe v weeks ago Mr John of Burgin came to m ake his home with Mr T C Saturdayihas not been seen orheard Of since If anybody sees or bears of him please notify the post ooasterMr Charlie Robinson who has beensjck for several weeks is stIlt in a dangerons condition r with little hope ofhis reovery Mr S A Robinson is very Cf this week from erysipelas Mr Ray Robinson has reei ed his artificial leg he boughtC some time ago at is well pleased with it and in short time you can hardly aI e iis a one legged man Mr George Tom Satterly lost an nice mare with a young colt Mrs Alma Satterly is still in a bal condition With the fatal dis ease consumption Mr J N Butnsr und children visited Mr Gallie Grition at Ashbrook lat Saturday and Sunday ButIMr A K erand hrs aunt visited relatives fn Tyrone last Saturday d Sunday Mr Willie Shelton died at his home on la tThursday morn- ingi lie visited friends Satur day night and Sunday near Ashbrook taking sick before he got home and was uncbrcious until he died The many friends f this place were shocked to hear of his deatn He was weJ known in this partof the county The funeralservices were con ucted by Rev Hatchett at the Fairview church audtbe remains were laid In fairview cemeterv The sorrowing wife and sisters and brothers have the heart felt sympathy of the entire con munitv in their sad bereavraent Mrs Frankie Brown died at the home of her daughter Mrs Bob Inman neari Will isburg Hert aae was 92 years Rev Jack Sims of Willisburi con ducted the funeral service andI the remains werethenlaid in thp Darnell graveyard near this place We extend to the bereaved children our heat fet sympatny in theireepafiictionASmile 1 fsa pretty hard thing to accomplish when youre due bilious and out of aortp Tner a sure cure for alli kinds of stomach ajnd liyer com plaints con tipatibtiand dyspepsia Ballards Heroine is mild yet abso llately effective in alLcases Price cents per bottle Sold bj thtRd Cross Drug stirs Prathers Creek Helo brother farmer 1 guess you think the i way I do t corn ulantfng will be done SOmE timeabout summer month but llets trust to tthe Lord that is his will not outs lets wait we will have a seeding time and harvest dauJbterIdar Euestof her daughter Mrs Mamie Ohriaterson SundayV Miss Maggie Jhristers n was the guest of Misses Lena and Della Haydon Friday Mr Torn Mayes and family of Haysville are at the home of 6 D Barker Mrs Barker will leave this week for a months visit to her daughter Mrs Tom Mayes of HaysvilleV There Is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively top any pain anywhere in 20 mln iites Druggists everywhere sell them Dr Shoops Headache Tablets buS they stop other pains as easily headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centers that is all Pain comes from blood pressure congestion Stop that pressure with Dr Shoops Headache pallets and pain is iinstantly gone 20 ta lets25c Sold by Red Cross Drug S or oMOORtCSVILL IV Mr Ben Pile bought a milk cow f rOin Mr Jas fr lax for 40 lj Messrs Wm Cheatham T B Hardin John Ellis abd Red Beneaict attelded doun y court iin Taylorsvills Monday Rev Benight of L uisvillp will preach his last se moo at New dupetbe third Su day m MayMrs 0 Ellis and ton John IMrsW spent Satuiday and Sunday with Mr Tea Ha din ana family Little Marsaret Boblitt is slowly improving VV Miss Dessle Weekly of Greenr briar spent Sunday parents Mr Ildl Mrs Jas IMrpeut Sunday in Springfield the Pride Washington OE Springfield Choice rv Manutactured by J VK Jarboe GokawWe pay highest market I price for grain guest of Mr 11 itt Trustx ana family Springrdi day with her father Mr John OUiver Miss Effie Gordon df Willls burgis visiting her uncle Mi Edd Yobmthis week totlce to Our Customers We ire yleas d to announce that Folojys Honey and Tar for cough- eldjanil lUng troubles is notaffect eft by the National Pure Food and vo rug Ilaw as it contains no opiates or er harmful drngs and we recom merioHt a ale rcmedv for children 1n l adalv So1v t ie Red Cross Store rSWillisburg Vt visitingher spentlaTathani Springs Mr Ester WoHner is very ill with 11MrpneumoniaV Illinois to make his future h me1 Mr Jerome Wohner bought a cow of Mr C R Tatum of yalley Hut Price 45 Mrs John coo ter of Booker spent last week with friends a d relatives here x Mr Paul Cneatham spent last graiJctfatberatTSpringsdMrs Harlow is on the sick list Mr John Sutton bfr Louis ville was here last week in8arrodsburg y LotusuleCH j ourtown JOHNNYS CAREER The Same That Was Started by the Cornell Widow Sheer nonsense rhymes and jokes fcitbout apparent reason or object are frequently used to fill the pages of the Cornell WIdow If anytfilng mOre root- lessl tl an the Man of Glegledorf verse hasqrer been written the Wid ow wishes to state that berbiimp of credulity ws Imported from Missouri and must be shown There was a man from Glegledort Who to save hIs barbers fees Would wet his hair fnd let It freeze- And when twas frozen break it off The Widow claims the credit of orls hinting the nonsense rhymes which dealt with the cleverness and precocity of the bright little lad who carelessly slaughtered his mother father and im mediate relatives These poems It so they may be called appeared in the Wfdow in October and November moo The same year they were collected und published in pamphlet form under thu name of The Johnny Book Johnny started his career byan tragedy as follows ViJphnny hung his little sister She was dead before they missed her Johnnys allus up t tricks Aint he cutethes only six Next we find thatVJohnny with his little ax Dealt his brother ortul wacks He dont care if mamma kicks Aint he cuteles only six jLater development of the little romp shows that John has gone from bad fo worse Now his fathers In a hearse Smeared him with a load of bricks Aint he cutehes only six And so on until finnilyV Johnny saw a buzzsaw buzz Like a bike and thought it wux Johnnys corpse is full of nicks Alnt he cutehee only six These verses terminated tbe Widows connection with John but pipers all over the country took up his Instruc thc and edifying career nnd pushed It to a finish Still another verse which started In the Widow office and trav eled all over this country and part of others was the bit of Eb and Flo doggerel In this we discover tliut Plo wall fond of Ebenezelr Eb fr short she tailed her beau sarlYOUBy Itself this beautiful bit could hardly claim a place in a volume great American poets but when It traveled far and wide and received an extra verse at each resting place It became a pursuing nightmare From Humorous College Journalism In Bo bcmlan Magazine Women the Greater Dreamers A Vienna doctor has published tho following ilgurcsr Thirteen men oUt of a hundred as against thirtythree women dream dur ing their sleep The number of men who dream frequently Is 27 per cent that of women Is 45 per cent js a geqeral rule it may be said that the weaker sex has twice as much tend to sexThesideration Is absolutely unknown to 0 percent nnd 14 percent dream only very rarely It seems Idle to add that the doctor noted what Is perfectly SameI known tbatulmost allour suggested luprt or less dltvctly iby the Incidents eVeryIaNot Quite Clear JweU known clergyman of Boston was onceJtulling to some friends with reference to the desirability of chron ological coherence in Ideas in tbe form of written Statements when be obl served that there are tlmfswjH this method becomes a trifle too sugges tive For instance said the sPcQkertI race heard a minister In New Hamp shire mnk his usual Sundaymorning announcements us follows The funoral of thr late nni much ainei tcd sexton takes place on Wed nesday afternoon at 3 oclock Thanksgiving Serviceswilj be held In this cfiapel op Thursday morning at i ocJock LIppIncotts Good Judgment Your partner remarked the l Iegeda man ofr unusually good judgment IJ You bet he Is replied bseif IIhmoC Ylt4aut asking j my adylcerCbltago News l- Vli III L COL r JOUNII Dark bay 153 hands fine style speed and action Five years ola This coltlsp son of the great Onward Silver formerly owned by J L Druien of Bardstown aid winner of theITransylvania stakes at L tOIl and with a record of a mile in 2 OBij anrf two miles in 4 28i Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and was taken to Ittify Onward Silver is a son of On ward 1141 record 2 25 + and the sire of nine performers with of from 2C5J to 210 and he sire of the dams of 13 with records of 214 andbetter On ward is a son of George Wilkes 2 22 and out of Sylviah Majd by Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 2i07f Col John Is dam is Kate Kate Hundley sired by Naboth 898 son of Walsiiigham by Ged IdfInDdleYsjfirstdam 228 by Metropolitan son 01 Hambletonia n 10 and fur brother tto Rnna Vie riadam ofjEu did 2IDvaud Princeton 2i26 Riena Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerrans sale Second dam Nelly Anderson am of Worry 223 by Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 223 and dams of Iff in 230 or better aLlso site of the dam of Gambetta Wikes 219 sire cJ Eyelet 2OBi Guinette 204 Lottie Lorin 205J and seventy five others better thin 230 Third dam MUs And rnonby Garrard Chief Col John 1will make the present season at 15 To Insure 9i Living Colt Lord Bacon Is a black Jack 15 + hands fine bone and musclii By Dici P rroits JacK he bj Lptcbers Jack be by Gdveroor Wocjd he is out of a tine Jeuneit by Gov ernor and tier dam byold Black Hawk So ou could not finer breoding vHe will make thp season atV1 10 For Mare and 8 Foftlorse Colttt Parties haying mares to breed are invited to call at my stablps 2 miles East of Springfield oni the Springfield on the Springfield and Perry ville pike and see my stock Care will be taken td avoid accidents but will tot be responsible should any occur Lein retained on all colts until seaspn is paid and money due when colt is foaled or mare i parted with or bred elsewhere R H EDELEN Golden lyandottess AND Buff OrpMngtODS Two of the best and most popular breeds Bred from the very best strains Eggs 11 Per 115 Satisfaction guaranteed MrsC ET CLEMENTS rr No5 Springfield Ky Phone 175 2 shorts long If you want the Best FLOUR ask your grocer for v Strange Animals In the Malay archipelago Is a reptlh Itbasikln and form Its wings There are also a frog with spreading feet that males a parachute wWcu enables it to fill leinuithatlike an abundredirf one tree to another f Conundrums Why are well fcd chickens like sue cessful farmers areblegtedcropsIf long1hl1t mIt wtriflecausei The Oceans Depths itVdeepestdense that a sunken Ironclad would aeryer reach the bottom Deer Kills a Bulldog A bulldog anflourtheClevennd attheCleveland 6S It resulted In th dcatu of the dog under the hoofs of the bleeding and almost spent deer When the deer which bad escaped from the zoo ran upon the trucks In the early afternoon the dog was at his heels and Is believed to have pursued this animal Tor mites At bay the deer turned on Its tormentor and with low ered antlers charged time and again at the bulldog which with characteris tie tenacity returned as often to the attack It vus not until more tban uuIhour after the battle was first noticed by employees of tlu NittluualIeflnlng- conpany that the dog finally was ground under the heels of the deer Which Jumped from the track at tho approach of a freight trubl 4U04 I1V 4 5 ALR SHULTZ J WaRIEi4 IVSHULTP RIEDLIf Plummers Tinners and DealersJji Hard ware Stoves and jinware Jr Wehstndle the very beet i of Tools and have a variety Now is the c i itp l i L Z i IJ V Yn J J J II We Jiave t ouJthe market if ilC i r jnsfc received a new supply of L 4h I lt f1i IfdrOIL STOlES J rrv Garden Hoes Lawn Mowtrs 1 WiLter Coolers j Roofing ContracTs Iiii 5 L 12 tititill Jiw wV 10 V V hi Ij D j 14 F 3 r2 fIa CHESTNUT DARE ilsa iarge handsome saddl u 1or 1horse withsize style bone substance finish and cpofoiTBiti J lie Combines ttufblood of the great Chester Dare and tie IMj nowned Chief family His sire is Chester Dare 10 andlils II1Iy it4tted Chief ht by Clark Chief the sire 5of Harrison Okkff tale 2T grand sire of the great Montgomery Chief and Bourbon Kinf ajl test of the breeding gualtfes of a horse is the saleand show ringl IrAs to the sale ring he sired the highest priced lot Oft colts iytg sold in Washington county As to the show ring a toe Of1i colts ot four seasotyihaye viibeeu defeated bythe colts of y ilhorse owned or farpied in county They won every tie blue ai red eight in all giveif by the Washington Gounty thou at our last fairhis yearlings won Six of the 3 tied in full rings He sired the winning 3jearold harness mates in rings of twhile he waS shown oniy twice in saddle dhamessr1gS fet bt entries and won easily Mr Alien who was selected by the Jfa1r Company nd considered a fair and impartial judge said h a coiCoof 18 entries had more style and finish than any lot of colts 1l eeTeV saw in one ring A comparison of hiS ring of colts to tlw e t otherhorses at our own fair and other cpunty and state fairs Ithe breeders to please notice and consider before Weeding twhere r He not only produced sellers at weanlings but seliersaY show horses as they advance In are I again solicit the patrooaf4 Ig 6f all owners of go6dgares this andaqj Hningcou lItie 3Th horsewill make the season at mfplaceBearSpri IWau Vt to I To I a Colt Itw r1 will also stand my saddle stallion Lexirng PriN7 ftat 10and two No 1 Jacks atlQ fqrmire Ii 3 and8 for hors mutes i ftt B Bf f1f RFD3 Sfw fi tl Iy I l1i I ffIl j J 1 t l v 1 You can get IceCr arwSai and Sundaes every day Cakes and and i t t t at most any time All fV Drinks i t FOR jI Come and see opt4 r KATIE HERlTLEIN ad BHK J 9S M i ItL CloaksSuits Waists Skirts Depirtltelts tIIIU uA Ttlrttt SlackJ Dress Goats KtbkOM KotioM Ltaiaw TrIm DomesticsMens ArtHeedlework Pyrogzaphy ChlM andG1usware Knit Underwear Glares Readytowear Garments Muslin Underwear EtclI Sbo- eaCarpets Draperiesand timeMioget ahdrl IIIIi GardentootJ4 EfakejHos SpadciebI r1ta the bestgadP1o IWehav Stoves andVs4iatprhetplies1Agents Ii PERFECTION Refrigerators j4biWe IVtiICHESTNUT tRI3 secondpremium FurAIMcifiI OfZ I2O Insure L1YIIIg LeaGhtnan 1 At Hertleiiis 1 Fiiihaii toothsome Candies Meals unrkindiofS tLNnYNOv lineV WeeuieckwHZti Furniture FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS9NLY sk iis ca S1 iism II Ii I specIalThia Week 25t Lace Panels At ic Each lace Panels 30 in wic ffalong made of good Jaccf scroll de signi centers leli1 assorted patterns These panels will beautify ieiody of any home for this week only at lOc each JiI4 WL M tsM LOUflZ XLV FREE We wffl 5CfldtO5ObS11CVSt1tsNI who sends us their tmt Ivsi 11M Ladles Heokc Jmraal yt ones acatkfoi7Sr bssd EOLtYSIIONEXMwIAIt01UIS 5 nraGoolJ k Tr w- il14l 17S1Jr II f IV- y f i 18 vLtrruu u r J wVVM1IIVt ttCjLiiJ PtLES AIopsI I J J I- vk Jr iujr1z= rDR GT BURTON NWIIPEP4T DENTIST TiThEXTE1ACTE- DHITHOUT PAINf + 7 k wp ta1- rPZIaP1LJD KY kL D tai Work Strictly Firitclais It D1j C MUDD II ii Iii Sirgeon j r8to9amtk 1 to2 pm 1 t over iaydons Drugstore jt Lampton M D 1 1Itra tjt rcrbH a j 14ce No 38 r WiF GRIGSBY- TORNEY J AT LAW 3k r 8PiUN FIELD KY J9br s MW HYATT Dr 1JSPAULD1NG i CHHc oftr JUd1Ctoiw Drue- II Stort Oce hcrJ Hy tt1030- n W 12 il io 5 pm pMIflt 2 o4pm 4ndrall t niOt JOil Y MWES iUlll1t irfHiC- TAiQllCESEllt EMBAlMER T LEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74 ffifflflHELIlSB Aenfs ioDftcflonerj Sp1ce to gef Soft t Drici k Cream and Soda WfftTW Wt Pd fresheit ofc diesand Fruits aIiayihafldll JI Strxt toWaJl oEOeL t Leon Allent r TREESj I fmtt iri toucnttl IEvEytbing for Orchard Lawn land Gardta Qur Strawberry PlamU are moneT makers Try th Writ forireecatalogues We haT no agentspHF H H Lexington K t tiE Shebyt Breeder of Duroc Jersey logs 1 rjj i IIlimloo1kmg orders DOW j If for Spring pigs Rivl Springfield Ky t StopiiW jivite our Washington and NelSon county friends when in 4Lciuisville and looking for a place to jstop to call W us Wa iJaVe several JXicellFlrnished Rooms which Ve will let for lodgers for a abort or long Stay at reason Sohle Tales Loc ted on the Northwest cor rr ofSeenthand Market Sts K Irvine Wimiatt I John Edelen J orafnt I ic1alill 1 s i H SAYS Ini111t11H t IM wt BOND 1W8o all descriptions d resdl I A spectiltyof good work I1 j J SS flOWN iriiOO frfr- mnw Wt Local Happenings or Interest r The Freshest and Latest 1l1lboutiYouraeJr Friend- ssniAcquntancesi 0 M 9I Buff Wyfcndotte eggs for sale rat25cfor aj setting of 15lMrs Will rd Thompson FOR SA4E Two setst single harness on set double harness G W LYON Have jour old plow points ground at J G Marks machine shop and made as good asnew for 10 centseach- Go to Leachman Campbell the furnitnrja men forhammocks and lawn and porch chairs and settees Ihave fdr sal about 10 000 feetKbtoak lumber AB WALKER rrl Springfield Ky riplWill sell ones oi both H ETHERINGTONi L willisburg Ky Stole1toresicatatrbMoney refunded if it fails I Mr and Mrs Gwiri Marks have noved into the house re cently vacated sy the Misses Brojpn on Walnut street Prepare to sbut out the flies by screeningj your house Leachr man Campbell Jarty a full line xf door and window screens at prites that wjll sell them Harry Derringer Mooresville Ky1has for sale a good twelve year old wo lk and brood mare wiIl sell cheap Be also has for sale a good milk cow with yciu ng calf Mr and Mrs F H Neale lIfft Saturday to make their home in Louisville f ft the summer Mr and Mrs W D Claybrooke have take the Neale home for the present Mr and Mrs David B Litsey are receiving congratulations Upon the arrival of a fine boy May 1st His name is Henry Lewis the middle name of both grand fathers The Presbvirianci1Urcb has et the contract for a furnace for heating the church The nee essary excavation and masonry work will be done at once and he furnace installed during the summer Make your stomach well and strong by using Midna Gives real cure not temporary relief of pepsin which in the end ruins the stomach The JRed Cross Drug St fbells Miona under gurantee WANTED To buy Oak anJ Beech Lumber will pay highest rics Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Ken tucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech StJor Woodland Ave Louisville KyIThe party who took my tobacco hogshead from the station at Valley JBill last winter proba bly did so by ujistake and I will be obliged to them if they will leave the pay for it in care cf T 0 Ttttum HARRY DERRINGER Mooresville Ky Ijlr JR Claybrooke Jr who has charge of Mrs Durretts farm suffered severe loss sat arday night tbrough the ravages ofdogs among his sheep The dogs destroyed eight of the flock and ran three more off so they have never been fdund ir1 Claybrooke sayshe is going gunning for dogs Cr ITheKindof t FRAMES Ic ciC matter of taste It is im C d portant though that tbe d- w CfU m sset properly on t11eC i nose and at the rfghtdisi d a CaA teredand how are you tog know when Some is guessflz fr ing WE jNEVER GUESS jtC 1 WassesRight t Good Sighti3i IGATHKPE RUSSELL g T Springfifld Kv4 ec t C C IIL Marshal Phillips of Bloomfield l ame in Monday having m large Dan Bishop a young negro who was indicted by the 01tpettyl moved to Bloomfield after being indicted I The marriage of Miss Anna S Logsdon to Mr J E Alexander was solemnized in Indianapolis Wednesday April 22 at high noon Miss Logsdon is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Logsdon of this place while Mr Alexander is of thut ci Jji The many friends of Col RIE Whayne the popular auctioneer will regret to learn that he remains quite sick at his home at Texas this qountv Col Whayne has been a familiar j figure on our streets for years and there has scarcely been a county court day at this place for years that his voice has not been heard above the clamor calUi jjibeast We trust to have the the Colonel with us again sbon Lasji Sabbath at a callmeeth- mg of Pleasant Grove church the resignation of Rev W T Overstreet was considered and he wiUasktbe Presbytery j which is to meet at Danville the 12th of May to release him from the pastorate of Pleasani Grove church Rev Overstreet has served as pastor of that church fifteen years last January and has endeared himself to that withl1sdevote his time to Perry ville and MackviUe churches hereJf after The church will make an eiEfort to secure a pastor at oncb To Bowl in Tournament The Springfield bowlers who fill bowl in the Kentucky StateI Tqurnament which is now in sesipn at Hagers alleys in Lousisyille ire Tbeo Campbell Will Wnters Jim Shul lz Leon AllenI and Joe Smith They will leave Friday morning and will bowl Friday and Saturday Mr Will Green of Lagrange will meetI thgm there and assist in thell singles and doubles The fivfe men eam will go under the name of Pride of Washinglon 7 Badly Burned Tbe1twelveyear old boy of pc It Harmon of the Long Run neighborhood was badly burned one day last week His mother meal4iebuckejt on the stove with the lid cloe4 down tightly ad when the water bpgan to boil the I 1 zj 0LLi 0 0 Q 0- ii iiI ii TOPICS Dr W V Stallard DENTIST Tee extracted without pjunor danger OceoverMcElroy Shaders Grocery Phone 72 Springfield Ky bucket exploded throwing the contents In theboys face caUs ing a very bad burn on his face His eyes have been swollen shut 1 j for thre days but we are glad to say is some better Aat this wilting We hope for him a speedy recovery LONG RUN CORRESPONDENT A Serious Charge Wilson Canter al young man well known about town was ar rtedand lockeduponMonday- morning on a warrant charging him with grand larceny Canter is charged with having taken a sum of money variously stated as being between 24 and 40 from the home of Charlie Moore the stage driver Canter was brought out for jtrifrl before the Police udge on Tuesday morn ing but waived examination and was held ov er to await the action of the next grand jury As no evidence was taken it is not known just what proof there is against young Canter It Is said that he had secured a key to a room where Moore had Itbeen in the habit of keeping his moreyandlet himself in On coming out he encountered one oithe young sons of Moore and the boy says he gave him two dollars and told him to say noth mg about it Canter is still in jail having so far been unable to furnish e bond of 200 which wasrequired lOFhIS appearance at court L t t Narrow Escape Mr WH McElroy jwho is em- plOyed in the Robertson Clay brooke store made a startling discovery on entering the store on last Sunday morning He found the store filled with smoke and upon investigation foundI where a fire had been started but had in some way become extinguished before doing much damage Further investigation disclosed the fact that the store hd also been burglarizeda cash drawer being opened and tbeJ um of 262 missing The thief had made entrance through the basement after forcing aside door The fire had been started on the stairway leadingfrom the cellar to the first floor Gut after burning a hole through thc lauding On which it was started it went outr It is almost cer tain that the persqn who tapped the tfll started the fire but whether it was his deliberate in- tentIOn to Destroy the property- or whether it w sthe resu tofa carelessly dropped match will probably never be kriowii Certainjt is that a ds asterous conflagration was nar rowly averred The thief made his escape through the same d orhe had entered as it was found open RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER L- BFREEZINGNot a pleasant announcement after the weather we have just experienced However the results of our meaning will have a more pieasing effect We mean the FREEZING of your Sherbets Ice Cream and other Ices How is your old Freezer lasting Do you needa new one If you are iu need of one see ours We have ope of the best on the market and our prices are right Saturdays Cash Specials jfr SaturdayMay 9 v 4c PossiblyI you did not realize that this is cheaper than you ever bought Big Deal Red Wrapper Lenox of Ivory rOSoap So we we again offer at 4c he cake Sc Its a fact JELLO at8c per box or 2 f9rJ oc lOc r For a 3lb can Standard Tomato or 3 for 25c rYe Can not replace them for this money It is no ordiftarybargain 15c1 This Salmon sells at18c But iit F real value is iOci Saturday itwill sell for only 15cLAsk for Yacht Club We jjlso have one for lOc I tJ Oc MonarchBrand25c f I Wie know that those of vou who failed to take advantage of this offer last week pimply did notarealiie what a barain it wm 3 Boxes Oriole Oats for 25c Will yoLLmiss itagainJ 30c Heres something that always pleases A 3lb tin of Monarch Cut Wontyoui S50cMany of urcustQmersrealized the value of this offer last week gel5for1Qoi For 17 pounds Granulated Sugaror 18 pounds Brown Wanted Eggs Yes We Pay Cash McElroy 5e Shader ari 1I3d aot AQNVD aNvaa CNva 9L f I I co 00 Zto 2a Z C oo 1p o Zo II- f Pardoned 7 A telephone message just rte ceived states that Coy Willsbn has pardoned Caleb Powers ardl Jim Howard tIIInteresting Meetipg The Nineteenth Annual Coii vention of the Christian D lhie- Societymet at the Springfield Christian church here on Tues day and Wednesday There was a good attendance of delegates representing churches all over proceedlngswere out Qn Tuesday evening the madelbyby Miss Sallie Steyens Stoner J rhe latter toldl of her experience1 4 in evangelistic work jn Porto quiteenfurtaiqing L Powell of Louisville was down for an address entitled t The Centennial Enterprise A Tribute ifh I The people of this OommumtyI muchwere very grieved of the tragic death of Mrs TE Wilson It is hard Ito realize that she will be with us no more We have lost one of the best members in our church one that was evec readytodoher duty She was teacher in the Sunday School and was President of the Aid Society and a faithful worker Her place is the church is vacant and will not soon be filled jour hearts are sad for we had learned to loved herSbe was of acheeiful disposition and always had a pleasaut word and will he missed by her many friendsf But oh how she will bejuissed in her home There is nothing more sad than to see a mother taken from home She was a devoted wife an mother We deeply sympathize with the bereaved family and pray they may ever remember toeir mothers Christian influence and so liye that some sweet day there will be a happy reunion where par tinus wiU be no more Dearest mother thou has left tw We thy loss so deeply feel But tisGod that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Willisburg Ky A FRIEND Notice AU those having claims against the e tite of J B Robertson decease will please prsent the same properly proven as by law required to me or to W F Grig by as his office in Spring fieH Ky on or before May 29 1908 This May 5 1908 G L BAYDON Admr J B Robertscn Buggies Painted lam prearedth paint bug gies and carriages in first class style Brin on your bpggies and I will guarantee satisfaction At the old Casey shop BUD POPE FCNAL Hon John W Lewis George Colvin G 0 Wharton Walter Hume went as delegates totbe Republican district couvention at Elizabeth town on Tuesday and went on to Louisville the following day Among the delegates to the Republican state convention who attended from this county were the following WeAWa ters John G lowell Gabe W DIi McElroy R L Boldrick W T McMillan and W F Neikirk Rev Hoffman and wire of BtldMrsSun Jay School convention Mr DVB Sutherland and sbn of Chaplin were in town yesterday Mr John W Lewis is visiting her sister Mrs Samuel Avritt of Lebanon Mr and Mrs W P McElroyr Mr and MrsW D McElroy and Mr and Mrs P G McElroy were in Louisville is week Mr and Mrs S H Bishop are visiting relativesi in Louisville Mr 0 W Stallings spent the first of thesweejc in Louisville IfMrs John Offitt ofBloomfield visited her parents Mr and Mrs J R jUlaybrjoke this week Mr JohaF Simms and daughter Miss AnnaJ Simms are in Louisville Mrs Kate Williams made a business trip to Louisville yes t rday Miss Mabel Price is spending a few dys In Bardstown with Mrs FrS Spalding Mr Jack Dillebay of Danville iis a guest of Mr and Mrs C M Rice at The Walton inlLouisviHeLouisvileMrs D Turner of Lexing ton is visiting her parentsMr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Miss Margaret Edelen is visit ink her uncle Thomas L Ed e len in Louisville r Mrs J H5 Hayes of Louis vine is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G E Edelen Miss Carrie Edelen spent two days Jri Louisville last week Miss Flora Keen who has been taking a normal course at the State College Lexington is at howe o Mr Louis Kelly las returned from Owensboro where he ias been in school Mia NellieSinims has returoj ed to Nazareth to schOO Miss Mabel Thompson of Pleasant Grove spent Monday with Miss Fannie McElroy Mr and Mrs John F Simms have returne home after a visit QMrand Mrs Will Spalding- in BVrdstqwn Misses Flaget Simms Fannie McElroy and Mr Will QNan were in Lebanon Thursday Messrs Boolcer and Arthur Sahsbury of Lou syi1J spent a few days with their mother Mrs Mattie Sansbury thin week Dr W S Green of Lebanon spent Saturday in town Winvislt1Miss Lebanon the last of the week Miss Nell Potman of Lebanon visited in town last w ekw Mrs James Carothers of Bardstown sPenf a few days with relatives here last week r P G McElroy has been appointed travelingv salesman for a well knt rvn stove firm and left Tuesday 5morningto begin work dis territory is North and South Carolina Mrs JD Wha ton ruts return ed from Louisville v Miss Laura Robertson Forbes iwho isa guest of the Misses Russell will I aye Friday for Denver Cole Mr Will Hill of Jeanefrettc La and Miss Elizabeth Leach man of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Catherine Russell jyir Glelland Cunningham who iis a student ofllaw at the Columbia University S G visited his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham Mr Cunningham left yesterday for Lexington where he represents Columbia University in a declamatory con test which is o take place at state College Sixstatcs will be represented in the contes Mr Cunningbamwill graduate in law in June Mr AC McElroy and Mr H M Grundy spent Sunday In Louisville iJMr John R Barber made a business trip to Louisville Dr W V stallard was in Taylorsville Sunday Messrs Miles and John Lan bam of Auburn 111 were here the first of the week to visit rela tives They are both former Washington county men who have been making their home in Illinois foraI number of years Mr MilesLanham came especial ly to see his brother Mike Lan ham who is xuUe sick and had him removed to an intirmafy at Louisville to undergo treatment Mr Ferd Spalding of Bards town was here Monday Mr W F Simms iis in Louis yule Misses Gertrude Stocker Nora Hurst Messrs John Spalding and Jesse Rapier of Bardstowrispent Sunday with Misses Myrtle and Mabel Price Mr Bjon Parks has returned from a trip to Louisyille Mrs Foster Banrd of Louis Vine visited Rev G W Lyon and family this weekt Miss Althaire Medley is yisit the family of Mr R N W then in Lebanon and attend the wed dingo Miss Teresa Wathen to Mr William Abell WooLWantedI t Digest cash prices paid for wool Will receive at points to suit the farmer GIBBS MoOLuRB MAYES 4t Springfield Ky r Strawberry Fete l The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a Strawberry supperon Friday Mf SSd at the lec ure room ojercli i I House Keepers DIeaseSan bestsupply your needs in aIl kinds of I floor Cv6ringsJ IIWe show Carpetings from Hemp tothe finest Velvets Body Brussels andAxrnrnisters made tip to fit your room I SFullI y ii fromtO to 40 each You t rjwill fine some Beauties here itA very fyardMatting t f4 I Jute Smvrna Rues 3Qx60 98c each iVelvet Rugs 27x54 orSl tr iiJVelvet Rugs 36x72 for S3 Excellent lire of Axminisier and 3geaCfRigs t in allr I fftsizes in both Oriental and Floral Pa low price f I Linoleums at Right Pricest All kin dati Curtain Poles and Window Shades Lace rAwningst i rfI Wall Payer and Moldings III 1We are receiving new things every week iin GJrGooft f Goods Lags Gloves Belis and Neckwer Mc mA we have the best sHow of Ment ad Boys t Hats shoes Shirts und Neckwear to PI muM 1 IIWhite StEOIALS atpicw to lileasevou II I4l i I For Friday fluid SaturdIYuI Hope Cotton 8 13c Yard l White Bed Spread 125 value for 53c IIExtragdodlndiaLinenforlOcayid Co 4 S LNCORPO1UD II IStl clI IT WILL PAY YOU l1P it PrIces ethbracing newest prIces f Boys Knee Pants Suits 4 15O TO S1OOO HATSj andoysSteCs Htsi t Also byline Straw Bats t A compltte line iauin Shirt Waists Dres Goods department is completi wdk patteins White Goxis styhs Ladies Light tVeight Everybody invited to afl Inspect gosda store All persons having claims against the estate of Patrick Lyddane deceased will irteas same ro me properly proven for settlement Also all lveAjindequested to settle prdm tlyi P A1 kYDpANE Administrator of Patrick Lyd dane tjeceased 1uii1w pp It motOOlq r indIfu1 1IMQtIN1tM II l I III I iv To G tour eM MellStClothifigg Waltave a ompjall be r lte4t SPliQg StylesIS JI r dn The and ioisst M 1 ranging frd r t weiMens t colors a of eoJvery of ire a 3 Our a attractive in Spring Jackets h and our our new f GRUNDY cINTIRE Notice j present a CiII 0 Tu I i is atlltJLJ niTIE ISISLDISCWS 0Tswt yi 4ss INUINC PtPAR I8 I- VBallardSnow Linimest Cs ST x oin MO L REDC60SSD8UGS v r 1JaNoSchool Boy Wrote Them l b Ii pid 3e 4 Dsori Villt iftfesday to ke i4iry iibout the origin W fa5ipf storj pointed last wS tk 10 the effect that a littlel a fertow had told fth talo that the Gb poa iilfhi rider lener bad lNiiwriU tt by schoolboys fcn It jwMrtr lie Jatedtbat l l d the storyt thave be T f4 JTrjpclt by th fjiii1 ih oiUer tu diyert sus 4l mfam tbemelvea re j MrCftADpjJJiCouted th etsjtoH ljrt M letter sent to him d hi teotfcfrj thrtenfng l0it JMartairproJMtriYl o ld they ftUMBf to feft kbb5cc bad bNL writ i schoolboys El Md ifcftt two otfeer well knownIh t JftriMp ot Mtrter tvtetMT i ttire UHiiBg letters tbe sm i7iirefcpie and that the Hire i fctera were written by the ameLliTfee three farmers warnedI fOoItWel7 di1ercnt temperaments Be them ht it evident that the writer kew li of them welt f ME CtoampKm letter threatd 4 cl him wltfe burning his prop rtjr 0A t Ijie had been burnedi J r CMKiitltlind Was known to iaflijiVtbe threat touched his teatfr spot He said he was no 4 afraid of being whipped o JciJJ With did fear the scoun ir Twho would burr bis prop erty Beof the other letters contained a piece of hide asbip barhe taiptd to raise tobacco That aR wa kiKwn not to be afraidI 61 Irs bit mortally afraid off l t thTht ttttite IM feft his home refusing to occupy the house the follow Ilag Bif ht Tfce third letter was tcl1la1JyQ the personal point Mr Champion declined wehobifMttbeefi watchod thiigs closely since the litters were written and were pretty well satistieci who the lie jfiilty QE were He did notnEq thiaki it came from an envious apJtlfhbor pfc personal enemy He sfid cthe gang are badly scared and elttemplinsr to divert ttefltkHi but that he will not be he aideiracked Harrodsbnig Dem Qe ocrat est mws Js1luWepfter One Hundr dDt rs Re award for aiy case of Catarrh iicanIcstt JIOtbe eredby Halls Catarrh Cure F Ji CHENEY Co Toledo O 1W We the undersigned have Idovvn P J ChenJBy for thela t 15 yearsr a1l believe him barfectly honorable able IMal1 busiuM tiarsactQns and finan cially able fef carry out any obiig ati oBsmid by Ids firm Walditff Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists oledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken In teepally e ing directly upon the and loodHDd mHcofas surfaces of the svs tie Tesliioaisls sent free Price 72C perJjlStlle Sold by all DrUggists say t Take Hallp Family PillS for con It hJliwhManonCounty 0Vthckfoll will interest many of our read t oi i The Nelson Salt Lick free MmtHg Company has been or- lliMiizedwrb a capitot stock of ti XxJ200anda limited amount Wtllikwjlirb6 scldupon ibemarket at JO Sentk for me dollar shares until a sufficient amount bM beeri sold to operate c 0tbs great Kentucky gold mine sitvated IB Marion county which or b e beei assayedby the leading sayiws of theUnite3i State who have declared the existance yeIinIabcHit forty feet below the surT face and the farlhj r iii is Me better the assay dugILIL ybthJKIn Eastern capital could rot be iin diced to go to California and Ua 1 We Trust Doctrs c i IIi you ire suffering from lirMftire blood thin blood de biikf nervousness exhaus tion you should tcgin tGncp YAyerStrupari1Ia kUi1 t3rsaprirYHkvc fcapwih Iall yo rlife Your doctor 11JDI aL blietS k 4v Mf tan n thu iwutMW trfl IWRf III belt wk Ass r a t HUTr j 9 wot Jim iers rPTCRM Wi hmr no aere1 W pbflk Je the formum ota our XlI4IflI p within twelve months a mad rush was made fr the Western gtild fields If the original own rs of the Califorois mines had retained their hodings they would now be multimillionaires whereas many of them sold out for nominal sum because they did not hay ethe money to fir ance theenttrprisei and others amass e3 the fortunes Who knows miOinglnl is nYandjfS property will bear investigation id may yet may yet make millionaires A great many people imagine they heati trouble when the fact is that the whole trouble lietj in the bto mach The pain in the side around the region of the heart is not necessarily heart trouble Wesug gest that you start with the stan ach and whenever you feel a depress ion after eating or1 whenever ypur seems to nauseate take KodolJ lywili not be very long until all these hheart bains will dissappear Take Kodol now until von know you know you are right again T ere Isnt any ubt about what it will do and you will find the truth of ibis statement rifled after you have used KodoLl for a few weeks It is sold here by RhevRed C oss Drug Store Fight For Postoffice Quitea number of our were surprised tq learn Monday appointmentras h been started by the entry r into the race of Mr George O i vETardingj orho began the fight b circulating a petition ior thec signatures of bis friends askintht thebe given the appointment the expiration of the presentI term next DecemberrPostmuster T C Taylor is ani already applicant hds for reappointment strong andIil nts and this promises tobe SsttL royal He has been ai- cientand accomodating official and has dora much towards im proving the services to the pub JwI preciated Mr Harding is a graduate of State College at Lexington and- is I a Civil Engineer in which has been un sally successful isameraber of on of the old Republican f milies in the county his grand iather2 Abra m Harding being one of the sven men in the county who t their votes for Abe Lincoln th this family record and thRe kl1g of many warm personal ends he feels t1tt he will JeIto laud the p am Taylof- jCjuntv Enquirer It Reached The Spot t Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 11t is president of the Adams County Telephdne Co as well as the Uorne aa Telephone Co of Pile county 0ct sssaved my life once At least Iij nk it did It seemed to reach the spptthevery seat of my cough en everything else failed Dr onlyireaches t e spots and the weak spots in oat lungs and cheat Sold under nnaranteedrugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottifi IJPrizes for Saddle Horses The American Saddle Horse Associationi has offered a lOOI souvenir cup or trophy to be hmP1 lairs fpr the best saddle stallion c mare three years old or under The tntries will be confined to animals registered iin Saddle Horse Register three cs old or under and ow ned the Satein Which Sf own1w hey are to be shown to baiter year the prizes ffered by ILasliAssociation were too often by geldings and they are OW i excluded and the entries onfliju d to breeding animils Boys Viij be Boys ud are always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Dontneg1ectsuch things they mayresultjazribns it you do Apply Jailarda Snow Inlment ac rain to diroctibns rightaway and it wiil slieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 25d 6pcand 8100 Sold ty the Red Cross Drug Store Three Farmers Indicted TttyloriyiUeij Ky May 1 Charged vith having pst warning notices against raising tobacco on the gatesof several farms three farmers wrq in dieted fhere today by the gran jury oBJpencer county They are James Jewell Willis Armstrong and Albert Keliorr land they wproainent of the districts between this cittSI and Van turen Itissaii thit they wlked u 4HH +O44 +O +The effect of malaria lasts a long time You catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria Strengthen yourself with SCotts x EmuLsion It builds new bloodnd tones up your nervous system ALT DRUGGISTS COo ATJD SIOO- l Qt OOtQtOO OOOOO u omdjtbeYceivetbench warrants tomorrow The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free t from disease On the highelaittfpns fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or lless extent according to altitude To cver cbme climatic affections lassitude riaUuia jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Sitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness ana insomnia Sold under guarautee at Haydon Robertsons drugstore PricecOc THE BEST IN KENTUCKY This reputation has been established by The Louisville Herald in printing all the news aSl Presidential year you want a metropolitan daily newspaper in addition to your home paper anc you can best satisfy that want by ordering The Herald in NEWSrLEADER The Heralds staff o- frresndoutsfscatteredf roughout the country espe cially in Washington D Cr enables it ijo give lull and accurate theyIdevelop We have special clubbing jar ra gements with them and ban iya you money See or write U5j not The Louisville Herad J OHNSONATSHILOHINNESOTA M NOTABLE ADDRESS Q ESTION QFSTATE RIGHTS tJ Dffa Not Approve of Commonwealths Being Made Subservient olIn tenor Federal courtB Would Uphold Constitution GoT John A Johnson of Minnesota delivered at the dedication of the M nesota monument on Shlloh InI Celd April 10 an address that will rank as one of the ablest public de liverances of recent times Spoken on a battlefield that may be taken as the symbol of the great war for the pnlon the governor took occasion to tell of the peril that threatens our fed eral form of governmen This peril was emphasized by the recent deci sion of the supreme court In the rail way cases going up from Minnesota rid jftorth Carolina which practi cally makes the state governments to the inferior federal dejhave given rise to a general dlscus slon of the question pf the rights of the states and Gov Johnsons speech will rank as an Important contribution to that discussion The dedica tory address in part follows Representing the people of the coth- onwealth of Minnesota we are as- embjed j on one of the historic battle elds of the civil war to pay our trib ute of respect and affection to the memory of the sons of Minnesota who here yielded up their lives thatithis mIght continue to be a united usition Their sacrifice was not for per sonal gain but was in response to duty and a contribution to the civ ilization of the age and for the pur pose of perpetuating the institution of uman liberty I appreciate that nothing which an say will add to or detract from the glory of ttielr achievement which in Itself is an enduring monument to the patriotism and heroism of the American soldier Their sacrifice however was not different from that which has been made throughout all of tIe ages by those lovers of liberty ho believe In a government which might the to all the Mrfc the right Women as Welt as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble 4 K ney trouble preys upon the mind dls xurages ind lessens ambition beauty vlgot In md soon when the kidneys are of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalerhthat for a child to be born kldpeysates often If Brine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when t should be able tto control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and first tep should be towards the treatment of unpleasantakidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose I Women as well as are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedydf Swam Root is soon realized It Is sold by druggists fifty cent and one sizes You may dollarI sample bottle by mall cheerfulness disappear out too the the men also pamphlet tell KOM of SWWpOOt tSIfree all about It including many of tIe of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamtoa H Y be sure and mention tbLspeji f = ucrty ana property rue love of liberty was not born in this country of ours it jwaa cradled along the Danube and abPut the shores of the Baltic even when Rome had reached the limit of her imperial graqdeur Increasing in intensity with the passing ot the centuries it found its highest expression in the older countries In the great English charter of civil rights which forever guaranteed to the people of that land immunity from the despotism of those who claimed to rule by virtue of vine right One hundred and thirtytwo years ago the great contest of humanity was transferred from the old world to the new and here because of the Ilola tion pf this country because of the high eharacter of the man who esP beIthem in that struggleahopponu jnity was afforded to crystallize into written law the aspirations of the pa trjots of all the ages The men who governbentto the supreme test of patriotism for those who inspired the constitution of jthe United States were the same who lad pledged theif lives their properties and fhelr sacred honor to the pause of Independence While the primary object of a writ ten constitution is to define govern Dental powers and to limit govern mental departments the overwhelm ing necessity for such an Instrument encroadimeltsUponj zen both from those In office and rom those who by reason of their Wealth aad power have an influence ifar greater than that possessed by the verage citizen And so the constitu tion of tie United States was regarded jby its Warners as an inatrumept of the biost sacred import an alteration of peoIpIethe fullest discussion and widest Mclty PUb1 Under the beneficent government Established the nation has prospered and the people are happy One great cloud came upon the nation In the form of an awful civil war in which two sections of the country were in conflict with each other The heroes who rest here gave their lives that this nation might be maintained as it came from forefathers Oh Battlefield of tfleet war anotherI fcoln said It Is for us the living ta her tQ bs dedicated to the tin finished wcrlc they have thus far so nobly carrie on It Is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us that from these honored dead we take increased devo IQn for that cause for which they hero gaye the last full measure of devotion that we highly resolve that these dead shan not have died In vain that the nation shall under God have a new governmentthe people shall not perish from the earth 1I Our concern is not of the past nor Wholly with the present but much with the future If the destiny of the republic Is in the hands of the Amer can of today then It becomes him le guided and governed only by patri 0tlc impulse and tbe desire to do hat Which will most largely contribute to the permanency of republican lnstitu Ions Aivancing our civilization so that we will not by recognizing the false claims of selfish interests and forgetting the American maxim that our object should be to attain the greatest good for the greatest number Incur the penalty which other people have paid rather let us hold ever In mind that those who framed out govI qrnment believed id the equality of the people and that the chief aim of overnment is to maintain that equality Under our system of government the nation has reached a material de yelopment hitherto unknown The people have prospered beyond the dreams of those who lived a century ago But with the development of the cpuntry and changes in economic con ditions and partlcul corporationsi grqwth of great private performing many of the functions of government has comb the necessity fOr the exercise of strict governmental control ucLa rigid enforcement of all the laws enacted to restrain the rich and powerful from encroaching upon the natural and legal rights Of the poor and weak The constitution of the ancient republic of Rome which for 500 years had recognized the voice of the people as supreme was expanded by execu live interpretation and contracted by executive administration until Rome had so completely outgrown its democratic conditions as to become only a tragedy and a tradition Let us Im plore the aid of Him on high to preserve from the errors which ruined Rome by the avoidance of wbicfr America may travel on to that destiny and realize that fulfillment which will be the inspiration of rightthinking men of all ages yE4 to come 6ur government is divided Into three separate and distinct oordl nate branches the legislative the executive and the judicial Danger wills rey come to this republic when any of these departments of govern ment attempt in the slightest degreo oUlcriAnd Hthat a court of the lane in construing the constitution may nullify a section of It I have thcsalth to fefel that the peo piel of the country will no above tho fallibility of judicial tribunals and assert and preserve their owhrights Our duty it not to criticise the exeSria tlve the legislature or the Judlci5fjrr Very recently there has come from rUle highest Judicial tribunal In the Vmd a decision of vital interest and tonceni to the AmetIcan people because it has established a principle as stated by one member of thecourt 1 Kidney cote paint kills more peo plo than any other disease This is due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good holp on the system before it is rscoffdized Foleys Kid riey Cure will prevent the develop merit of fatl diseases if taken time- S Id by the Fed Cross Drug Store Your Passing Shadow124 wmcn enangeInwouldInauiuratecan judicial system and In the rela tions of the national and state tgovi subordunatecontrol the official action of the states as though they were dependencies orI statcsofiority never dreamed of when the con ibtutlon was adopted or when the eleventh amendment was made apart of the supreme law of the land If thIs la the result of this Decision It unhappyincidents republicgovernment based upon the right of the states to control absolutely their o yn domestlcaffalrsi If then our whole system of gov onlyrctardcdrepubitenbuttoward a centralized form of gov ernment which Is not to the 4 van tage of the people What this gov ernment needs is not more power What It needs today Is to so dls tribute the privileges under the gov eminent that all citizens twill have equal opportunity America has been called the land of opportunity But American opportunity should not mean a granting of special privileges to any qlass but should afford all alike the means for culture education pros perity and conterilment For nearly a centuty and a half America has presented to the world the spectacle of a happy prosperous and Intelligent people maintaining a pure democracy founded upon their supreme willihe hallmark of a de taocracy Is that the powers of gov ernment are close to the people Throughout the world wherever democracy is advancing Its progress Is marked by a greater measure of selft government to each community the American people turn to ting rather than the rising sun foundr we now because some laws are Irksome by a class and interfere with their selfish aims commence to de prlve our sovereign states of that measure of home rule which until now they have seen fit to reserve to them selves I cannot believe It Upon the contrary I believe that the limita tlon upon state and federal govern ments the nice balancing of the pow ers of each and of the different departments in each which have been so efficacious In pie past will be maintained in theft full vigor in the future Therefore discharging all ofour responsibilities as citizens of a coun try refusing to s render our rights of citizenalflp in any degree let us so live that the heroism exemplified pn this and other American battlefields may not be simply a tradition and the national wisdom of our forefa thers a mere legend but that through us and those to come America WIn reach her full destiny In the penn Dent establishment of a perfect union which shall be not for Joday nprfor tomorrow but forever and be so es tablished that it will be for all of the people and that their government shall not perish PISOS CURE Night Coughs have the double danger of exhausting the sufferer and causing sleeplessness The most discouraged victims of bad couchs have found prompt relief in Fisos Cure There is no form of bronchial or lung Bisease no matter how serious that it will not relieve wonderfully All Druggists 25 Cttte COUGHS cCOLDS Agents Wanted 16x20 crayon portraits40 cents frame 101 cents aud up sheet pictures one cent each You cau makeAOO per cfent profit or 3600 per veek Catalogue and samples free- FRANK WiLLrAiis 1208 W Taylor St Chicago Ill Eggssi Eggs Eggs For sale from pura bredS O B Ollfor1R 1D No3 WANTED Reliable eneigretic man to sell lubricating oils greases and paints jn W shing 19fl and adjacent counties Sal try or commission STETSON OIL CO- Oleveland Ohio It r FOLEYS KIDNEY CUREW- ILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at Once Do not risk Bright Dishaving s i illnothing50c ad 100 Bottles REFUSE SUMTITVTE I J J Womens troubles throw a cloud over their llveswhich n fl ct may ciae to IMOOOM psuisiij j Make yours into a passing shadowby taking ainedicune that acts directly onyoikvosnanty P t1FZ t t order of which has cause d your wman1y troubles The right remedy Lot you Jbea you bayS iiZnervous spells dragging paW Irregular functions etc Is 7 ii fMrsf 1orl2 yMns 4 4 Ztdoctors they didno I rbetterl druggists In 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LEVIER WritetodaYforAfmCO ofuab1e64peiisted BeofcforWwHg diesdi f 2 lLi1jA tag from a 10cent piece will count fULL value tag from a 5cemt piece will count HALF value J f j f r ji l i J TOBACCO l I1ft y with valuable tags v 6 iiI rr r tt tSave your tags from v 1J OLDSTATESMANJ GRANGER TWIST M trWwkmi SaNtrs PrIM Hwst SIi Ivy JT Psk 1W spw Old I1yEu Few w url iBur OldPuk jj1UJsIyTar la TmIpIUIIJ t Coupons from y J MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SMOKMIQ PicNIC TWIS OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smkkig GILT EDGE BnaM 9m l l Yellow Strips from BUSTER f ITa from the above brands are goodfor the fdllowingsi ssys4r- r ti is useful presents as shown by catalog TVt Cuff Buttons 50 Tags Pen 100 Tags IIGold Steel Razor 50 Tags 1 Watch 200 Tags PeebMbe L Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem If cannot have redeemed writel tags you your tags atJ us for catalog 4 PREMIUM V I THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COSt Lotris Mo y r Who will bjl PRESIDENT This isj a presidential year afad everyman must read to keep posted lonpolitic3 Th- eCOURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops dollar a year is the price of thetConrierJonrnal But you c1tle thatpaper and IThe NewsLeader BOrflONE YEAR FOR 150 Iif you give or sencj your order to this paperNOT to the Courier Journal Daily jouri rJournal s6oq a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paperN4 ANY ONE CAN HYPNOTIZE But It Cannot Be Accomplished With a Mere Glance hypnotlzColuought to do It must learr the tech skiiltbuyual tlitybrences Not 6vcryfone can be deeply hypnotized Wltlynot a few the inhibition goes no further than the Inability to oppu the eyes while only one out of tout inters Into strong hypnotic hallucinations Further not every one Is well prepared to awaken that confldenta which is essential and tltrt ff Vlnjf of rpn which guides one over i tbs MS ste loov tL vHee tuo estres lei nauthe- bba jr ortvrtahj poi ons wakt them poor hypnotteers however well they may understand the tricks But In principle 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