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just past her ninetytt aecond birthday The funeral services were conducted the next day at the old Darnell family burying ground in An derion county by Rev J A Sims where the remains wereI i ad at rest 11 II Mrs Bowmin was a remarka blerwfrman full of life and enep gy until thevery last day She pieced a quilt week before last rndthe day preceding her death JShe is survived by five sons aud two daughters W H Bowman of Indiana James H and Jerry IIBJwmf Bowtnatf of Woodford cOUtYf i 1JacolaAndersonDeringer of Dugansville and Mrs Robert Inman of Washing ton county All were present atfthe funeral excepting the first named 1iMrsfortytwo grandchildren and thjrtysix great grandchilaren amongthei latter Mrs W S 11 l7e1Ishusoamd died in 1881 and frotwenty years she bad made her home with Mrs Inman Ear rodsburg DemocrotJ t Tired nerves with that no ambi bitipn feeling that Is commonly felt I IiiI spring or early summer canbeI easily and quickly altered by taking w ati mown to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative 0Inc will absolutely note a changed beginllingb owes get siuggish in the winter time the circulation oiten slows up Kidneys are inactive and even the Iearl jn manyc 1weakerE recognized everywhere as a genuinet tpnic to these vital organs It builds up and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves it sharpens thett 1 ailing appetite and universally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and j ambition Try it and be convInced Sold by Red Cross Drug store f Unexplored Cave Found 1 Tbrapkinsville Kyj May 9 Considerable excitement prevails jn this secticKi over the discovery that Rhoten CaWI near here is habited Toe discovery was made by persons passing nar seeing smoke coming out of the mouth of the cave and from- nI investigation started A large posse of men with runs and clubs ventured into the cJvernto find wh At they suppos eJ to be a mopnshifie still run f niDg Tney foundno still but to their g teat surprise found tracks of a than woman and child and othertbings which in heated that they were living in the cave They madeJa ex iauslive search for the occu Jpant1 but failed to jfind them Many differ in opinion as to who the strangers can be some believing it is some member 6f tthe night rider gang 9t hois toTenuesseeayoid arrest and while en route waverand was camping with bis wife and children in the cave Others think it polh1efhec- bifd has been kidnaped in sbrnoy city and is being spereted until a Urge reward is offered when the little poe will be produced All kindofrumorare aflpal and the women and children in toe community are afraid to goi to a near by neighbors wlibxiut an escort IWhen you think of indigestion think of XodaJ font Ii without doubt the omly preparation that corny lately dtgets alltclasaea ot food and that It what yoa need when you have in iigestiom orstomac1 thing that will ace troUblesomeJJ thoroughly souethinit JyUlg riwO4kitie1fIorri dlII that is Kedol Itis pleasant to take Iti sold by the Red Crpss Drutf Slot e 1 11 Good Rod Amend mint H ij r i Wbatare yojr doing for th- ootrcdif amecd merit to the I iQWtiiati Which ig ltd be voted1 thitd question 6f1i atibnxlGoviernmentt aid for gopS rt ads is beIng agi tated and it is probable 1ata f general law on the subject will bepassed by Congress iin the near iuture But the llaw wIn most certainly limit its benefits p to pre1redNational Government in the be11aimprov nent but Keoiucky will get none ofilit unless we have prepared ourselves to cooperate witu the Government Many of the States already have laws authorizing State aid for good and such States will get the money which Uncle Sam appropriate Shall Ketucky be left 0U tShe will be unless the proposed to tne constitution is adopted It may not be un s farmers over the Sfete take Interest in ih+ rnattCoin uiencendw to talk the natter Up with your neighbors and sbow them the importance 6f voting y the amendment Farmers are the ones who will benefit flOSt by the good roadsFar- mets Home Journal A living Skeleton sthe final condition of any child that has wormsif it lives Think f baying something in your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment Nine tentbsofo fleboibieB have yp may be y urshas Be cer aiti thst it hits not by giving it Whites Cream Vermifugeit expely i warms to jic orthe baban rce 25 centSr Sol4 by the Red Cross Drugstore I Fair View Mrs Josie Settle and daugh ter Mri Arthur Mudd and daughter Mrs Add Lydane and two daughters Mrs Arthur dlen and Mrs Jas Wall visi ed iQ i the home of MrJ W SavE Thursday A little baby boy rrivedat the home of Mr and Mrs Pres ton Moore May 7j 1908 the little fellow was surely given a heacty welcome 1 Mr and Mrs Er Mnore Pal mer Cheatham GeoM wl Hu b rt Mattingly Ora and Wil ie Carney dined at the homes of Mr1 Obe Cheatham Sunday and attended church at Pleasant Grove Farmers have done but little farm workin this part r- andMr Mrs Ed Yocurp and Miss plackie Gordon and JTCrneyvisittd the home of Mr F MJ Oarney Sunday Weak womenshouli read my Book 3l0 4 for Wpmen It was written expressly for Women who are not well The Book No4 tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully ap plied The book and strictly confi dential medical advice is entirely free Write Dr ShoopR cjne Wis The Night Cure is sol4 Bed Cross DruffStpre v 1 Tick Crejek- SC EL Taylor bought strap- orJp Sweeney of Mackville1 f r65 v Mr Henry Lawrence and partner George Bottoja have begun theiri summer painting They painted MEratusCass house lastweelcr t t B F B ggwife and son James Baskum spent Sunday with J O Milton and Wife Tom Ash friim Waterloo Iowa spent Wednesday withi rAb ner Hilton MivFiMnk Haydon Tr win 1YyHgifis SFaggly Do you like it Then why be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and have Ilong thick hair soft even hair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Viorwmnot disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong fie Hat kmd oLast1on1si uaolel for over sixty yearSj a Mad b T 0 Ayer Co Lowell AA se anukcturezi or PIS uers l PILLS t UCRV rrr leave for Calilornia in a few daystp make it his future home This cpmmunity regrets to lose Kini very much cereturned 1fromsays he dont admire city life MandvilIeLawrence and Chas Hall attended base ball at Mack yule Saturdayeven n GT Stumph andwifo of near Springfield spent Sunday with Otis Milton and wife RIM Anderson is visiting rel atives at Fenwick this week Jeptfaa Wilson was called to the b dside of jiia sisterinlavv Mrs Wm Wilson of Indiana one daylast week Mrs Marshal Hall has just finished reparing her house f We noticed in the Fort st View letter last week that the boys wbre not often goers or long stayers AH communities ate not alike The boys here are often goers and long stayers Henry A Brady was the pleasarit guest of Wm Mobley Sunday Special services at StRose last Scnday with a good at tendance from this place 11fOWME NOTI Buried Treasure I Charles A Wordon of Dayton Ohio spent part of last week fnI Washington uoujpty making excavations for supposed b riedI tr asurebut it is net known with what success as The left these parts without giving out any information on that ROint He mad at1 opening or the bill side on the farm of W H Mtburn where a large rock of the soapstone variety seems to have in the tong ago been planted some vtwc feet in the ground by human hands and is standing i a iht perpndicular position the part above ground being about two andlonMhak fet high and being in thd form ola bug square The edges of this stone appear ti have been chiseled smoothly with a deep notch cut in ithe top center A small rock stood nqar upon which was car ved a hind with the index finger pointing to the large stone upon which was cut sotnesmall letters and the supposition has long been that this stone as pup there by Irdians or some eecen trie white man to indicate the place of hidden treasure It seems that a darkey by the npme of George Yates of that locality wandered upnorthand told a wlpile man for whom he worked ot the strange rock In the summer pf 1906 the two came to the spot but for some reason left without working the claim Some said it was because that before begming operations they could not asree npona division ofthe spoils if any should be found Later on this white man told Word on of the stone and the location so Worf don put in his appearance and afterundng the spot and get tting permission to work went to digging which caused consider able excitement in that commun ity but it is said that his last work wes done at night and tbereiore with what results iii- I not known He h d with hs- mwh4teethedbbeat very fine iastrument called a Jacobs iod whi 3h he said cost 4200 With this he claims that he cnn locatq gold silver and iron on the sime principle that a water witthfinds water t dha peach tree switch and after experimenting with this rod he began dig ging at a distance Qf about 20I fee from the large rpck The fact tha Wordpn made excava tions only at the qne point and left without disturbing the rock led many to believe that he found the treasure at that point where the excavat au i was made Wor don claims to Have found with the aid of an instrument 17000 in golu down Missifsipoi that was hidden there during tecivil war Ills saiu th it a lot of people living in the locality whereWordun has been digging are now kicking themselves because tthey lets stranger come ipand get away as they believe with a lot of gold and that some of thenatives will now dig at the stone torsee what they can find Harrodsburg Herald iPILES et imntedlate relief fr JI Ur Slios Maile O L Hon John W Lewis For Circuit Judge IIt was shown by the election laJt November that the Eleventh Judicial District is Republican asjwell as the FifteenthSenatorml Why should not this district then have a Republican judge ontha bench even as we have atRepublican in ihe Senate to say nothing of our own Tom in the HouseV Ift it is good to have friends at court it may beadvantageous to have a judge there tco Though the court to which Lamb alluded were not counts of judioature yet the suggestion bas its application in Sph andnit hi is lest noneuf its force b ageN itwithstanding the election pfa circuit judge is yefi a bit in the utur iLjiis not too soon to beI casting an anchor to windward It There may be some one already in the field Therefore the Other day when Hon John W Lewis of Spriqgfleld was in town and visited our new plant we interviewed him on the sub jnct of niaking the race for Uir cult Tudge and he tara Tne Leader he would do so This an nfuucemenb will bereceived with genuine pleasure bv the Rfepub 1ica4 throughout the distric and by hundreds of independ ent Democrats who no longer find trouble in voting for men of real merit and distinguished fit ness for place under whatsoever device their names appear at the polling booths Mr Lewis will mak an ideal Candidate the more so because he hs not sought the position but yields toa demand of his tel lov citizens who know he will m ke a most upright judge The- darknessurroinding tha bind aeeeyes of justice that the tur ningof the scale o nicely puise- dhejiotseen thibugh fear or favor will be such that the pro methean heat of pission and prejudica miy not jelume nor the sunlight 01 favor break iin upon Mr Lewis iis an accomplished schalor a ripe lawyer and will btingto the bench the experience of many yeirs of succesiflIl alnwbutassignedjat greatest aignity in the Hue and of vast importance the Committee on Jiidjctary wh ere he took front rank with the ablest lawyevs in the HquseI Yes the people of the district 1to be congratulated 6n the opportunity ofierel theax Mi ion JountyLaarler More News From Ihe New En aiid Stated Ii any one has any doubt as to the virtnre of Foleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin H Stimpspn of iliipantfc Coiju who after almost lositig hope of recovery or accouqt of be failare of so many remedies finally triedFpleys Kidney Cure which he says was just the thing fo him as four bottles cored him completely He snow entirely well and free from ail the suffering incident te all kidney trouble Sold by the Red Crops Dru Store Miss Alice Lloyd We have read the first of a series gl capers wriiten by the young lady whose name ap pears above on the tobacco situation in Kentucky and not withstanding its verbosity which abe apoligizes for in the outstart have read it as closely as one can and white critically we hope pot bypercritically so and stave npt found that she throws much light on the situation not withstanding Us lengthand the fact that she calls upon all the great dailies in Louisville and cpuntryIto say he writes from the seclusion of her rurallroute retreat some wiles from Dover ashe tells usIl OPIpressiotOPI us Arc in the little village of Dom remy on the frontiers on the great highway between France and Germany watching the passing of armed troops caught the martial spirit of the age dreamed dreams and conceived lb special calling for a deliver ance does Miss Lloyd appear to think she has a specialmision to perform in biiu ing about peace and harmony between the tobacco growers and the xo bcco growers She does not in so many words justify the night riders but when their wrongful acts are commented on by the press she cooiasks thattlie cause be considered as if any cause could justify such effects Wnen night riders are abroad on their un lawful errands shooting up towns destroying property committinstI 1 I tub can do she asks that instead I This Combination Rocker and Hi jh Chair and One of the most com plete pieces o furni and just the thing for your chii d 11tUe Price 350 i SoHdOak Arm UighlfJR At t Just Like Cut for 30C 0 of cond mningsihft wroogs we deal with the original issue Miss Loyd writes wells hut not convincingly because of her intaneableness of her rhetoric and obscurity of her suggestion Bat as Col Bath would saytbe paper under consideratioliis writ with great dignityorex pro si h and emphasis of judg mqnt v She claims that in her country it costs from 6k t67 cents per pound to rAfee tobacco while good Marion County farther have toM us thata6 cents a pound B Marion County man makemore thbney than on any hig elsebe can raise If tbere fore a Marion Corifaty man wants to raise tobacco at tthat price whps3 business is itif be does sbMarion County Leader 1 A Happy tamer is soon turned to a sad one if it to walkthe floor eyery night with a crying baby McGees Baby Elixir Will male tile child well soothe Us nerves induce healthy normal slum her Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all teething babies need it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle Sold by the Ed Crsg Drag Store Serious Accident lJt A serious accident hapnTo- n the Spring tfd pike neav the resience of MrL1B Me MisseslDowney of IJoisville1alnd a colored woman driving for them were thrown from a surreys breaking the right arm of Miss Mullen above the wrist and also breaking the right arm of the colored woman in two places The young ladies are vjsitipg Miss MulIens sister Mrs X J Sponev at Greenbrier and had driven out the pike to see Federal Hill tne historic hom of the Rowans where My Old Kentucky Homa waswxifen agid just beyond the place were turning arounfil upsetting the vehicle and tthrowing them out Tne horse ran some distance and did considerab1e injury to the carriage Dr McKay was caled aud dressed the wounds aad the party returned to Greenbrier and the injured members are improving Nelson Mrsf S Joyce 180 HiHri t Olaremont NO H writes v41 A bpua a year ago 1 bought twp bottleS of Foleys Kidney Pure It red me f Ia cev0re case of Kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly ris a grand god medicine and heart filY recommend itu Sold by the Tte rosS Drug Store iiiisiii-S c l We are adding to our Immense I II11 I 1 GoCart I THISR08KfR Roded fU 1H Standard Now Isthe TiinflIIt- obuy Ir Hampaocks BsbyCarS rages and Screen Goods Ltw Prices ucla Ei iedoctiM Dont Fail to See Our CoUapsableGoCart IiIi J f I I IIJIIIJ l I l fl JiTtt1ii ItTt TIi I j T Jr r f iSU8SCR11JOI f sL1 rAI ii 1 aFK- stcky ftisk fins qfh TtJ 6e Dbit b lt iflCoflvekltioatssssdr sydeclarer cr r We congratuktoi 1IIea f111i 11 9 Kentucky upoa ftn s1ostof Augustus WilkiM hq iernor and appoy4LJii isunder grMt dH c llwm to store law and ofdee thvoiqhi f tbe State 0 We reaffirm ibeet I d t1st andaasurethe pwpte rf x1l tuck that the asM jUhmo L tratiofl has lio4 tHMy and earnestly ti CfjrflMnt M V f principe into written law 4 X that it ili cofttifiM tOM Weapprore ani applMi d As yot spU ndid Admmktrftiioa otTbsoF doro rlooMveltr Re liar riHei th moral toBdardoC aH Mw A 1 partmente of goYsiat a t t f higher plant ttn we fors reached Hewei y l and theeJlfbreeJPftfvails M the pdacipfc of v Y ernmont We favor ft colid IMUKNU 1Pii em agreat navy wiMi i4y j mptetiun of the PaMu a rjii 1 I utowardi i IttWe favor the revM i 01 tlht 1 tariff hy a Ggngrt wbiek derstands and MMTM M ljr pincipLof prbtteiiii Io Atoe Heap labor WPfaVorawisadJa1kt- ion oftbepub1jcvbHjj have become Kitioaat bfls SelViUlrl rand we dangeroes ud iiiAatdoctrine of GtoyerBMrt owiig tItr we stud for tbs poHote wteeh have made tb ycieeXi Adh ab f1trttion fret ad deahMd tbe4 thee policis sl1 pM aM their object bavaecDMfrfiahai i By mataral gifts by apodal Ietrainiafc by wwk aMl atmeafta t xperieaot Wili WHV Tfcfc W i Ohio it ltt df Mfcb o Pil lwel National Coivesitio aft to nominated 6te for him uM4t h akdi tMjjL W eipeuis lfitlla s ind legitiat 1todi J andprevetthpyUg oI 1cperaBct awd t proewhe aity V WecnratRlate MM JL i ili nprtyol fcte 80 oKtacky upon ibe tl ctieii ttte Li United States Saute if tbe JiW 0 Bradley rv Frank M Fietier A BtJijjiii John W Lewk 6 orf IXveil rf jLudlowj t rHutcheoc ACJBtwf Ji = 1 OWCaiorW Th4Lor4eaTtodCMIt tt JtJof 7eB onton Fridajr aaIuJ t2amShhdshipsthree weeka She vaaa ehtia tiaa a id bd lira a diIsafllffftl 86was luiikd W Usid nice to Cieorfe Hop wham as t w4 very jottuff Bk ViaMB llwgiM apt and two daonbtara 1 g Rrad cbuare sad bns- Ir fgraMcbdrs Ii qiys t her also a boat of rtfwbite mod eotorad tMM ii boc Jalyll 1817 dieMr8 1906age 90 JPa4tSdaya Wbei-n Ute cbrch be isid p U my kbeperd I ahall owl Wsiui aIim died bsIdalth iWM with ha good bsrw r= ftto Ill ltNksYt z i t TI e ijd1a fr lfu i1to e7 nothing ol uooaaim bve eo IDS ISS ae4 fUlMoowo orn1atheir1 oas Iabss a u ciaiiy affpeere ifrt1lM r hossIiou ThbliMa aof for s 1tJff iMUi ps mined 10 follow e psUsbs- bst11 Iltils bli MtIn j Zvs Es lrl b is stI 1M 1IIIIJIt MismsI1 sbozs 5 3M uIMR Blore i r w Jc r 0 THE NEWSLE1 DER I Ij rNfWSlV t If 1AltIzD T T TWCJMD AY d PINGJ1ELDKY i t g DAMSON Jr I TDAT MAY 1 1908 ri F Cogr I f We are authorized to announce t K r1 y KjftTS0if asa candidate 4rekctLo4l tO Congress ftomthiS is njnjjp rtk VMfrcMtdtial District ia cttoii to H action of th l tr tic Party i JfGR SHERIFF ilfe are mutiwrimed to announce A C KiMteilMiacafiaidate for the nomi isetiow lor Sherif of Washington eeoaty ubject to the actidn of the Democratic party DePuties RiCbar d BofcHtt Sam D Campbell Will Jfct SaBders bdBub Virgin We are authorized to announce K ii AafetMtt M candidate for Sheriff LWhlltWi1c9il subject to the 4 partyhTfcepiiitieil EOn Edaiemaa Sam Hale UevePeweli and Byzon Croake tr tblt1ofthtl tat mi1i tuy iQthoritc ia atsJumbling iroopiviothe points where the f itjLjTtK ara threatening an J MK Mk Sir Mid to be causing t cOMHtarfMition a i6nff the bands of oitkwa Aspeciil from LxI iboajs Maysville was the ftbjctire PQut9fthi tvo com 1iaa pf oldiQrawhicb ileft bere i th 5 pclbcfcljQuisville Jand KiMfaTilU train this morning 3tv tht roopi were thirty men of Ccppwiy C Lexington under j5o imaiid of acting Capt Roger If Joree and twentyfive men of C aBpny A Fraukfort m clige of Cupt Carl Norman Tte soldiers carried theirKratg f Jrgor rifles a full supply of a muQitioo and besides each S V wott iMacfe ot pistOls They d irarti evidently fully equipped foe ifhting ifci believed her tMt the military authorities are kept posted as to toe movements of mi bt riders hrpugh spies who report irect the Adjutant fr Grsoai at Frankfort which is thus nabled to rush aol rato he contemplated 7 7lt ttct I 00V Hughes of New YQ- rkrill not icoept 4he Republican l BOflaiBatioRi for tbdvice presi VBJ TbTs atinouncement iis adein a Tetter from the GovtlJ rk Pen StejwartL Wood fo dj The Sttie Board of Equaliza t t ttbji pMf practically completed its work and iriir sppn have it y raport ready lor the Governor to Tbt aements of many coun tit have bjeen raised and fe 7ohYe bun reduced J 44 F t fICTllcimr NilliP Na rlllhc WhO hi Wonilll I Wfaeu rooster findka bit fat worm lleea1laa11 the hens in the farm t yarii to 9JRe and share it Aeimilur trit ef Uan natuie in to be obsery ed wiietf a van discovers something xcepioj ilJy good he wants all of Ills friends and neighbors to sbart the cetit of his diecovery This i the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin This explains wh JJeoj who have been cured by OfcaHib rUin8 Coagh Remedy wrltt Ietteato tlieHaQfiCtllters lorpub ilcaffoaflKitbt llipilariy ailing aya18use it and btiin relfY Be Tilndayery oni of thes9 Iqtterjj is a Vfaraa heartud wish of the wilter tic betefuse to someone else This renu dy is for sate by Haydou Robertson Wiilisburgi ti J r tt Rev Cole preached toa large audieincei Sunday morning ld veaing vMra Salhe Sutherland anc Mr J M Srb u spent Mol c1ar withi Mr Jim Grabam and family MShsrpsvzle 4Kr Fred Sutherland is at kome lor a few W eks visitr 4Mri T J Miller andy Ml s SprirgfiMN Fannie Sutton visited he SuttqntutkJatRev Cole dined with Mr wGoodltt family Sunday and pc acbed at Hardesty in the uf tern OH Mr T hn Willson and brother STMINTkt W4 Mkta MnriMH kM ttS flMW ep Cr1II HU11BC 4p1t u ssd end o r Ira 1ii8k t tablettIiirriWr centnij31 you as nrvv Thet 1trTood 1- JS5w= M t Dr Shoop Headache Tablets cI1L sp nt6u day nigt with Iheir sister Mrs Sharp Mr T 3 Trent andfanaily spent Sunday with hiI jbrQlher MrJ M Trent w Ats Bessie Bitch spentSuri daywith Mr Jerome Wenat1d and family v Born to the wife of Will Sherley a 11 pbund girl wererrinessJ Ph UUdiUUDlldlll inliFT the PrpffTPiinp Mr Fred C Hftnrahant a prom- nciVdruggIst oLPorstnouth Ya saysr Forthe past s x Years I have sold and recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy tr It ii i great remedy and one of the best patent medicines oa the market 1Mndlethe others for the sam purpose that pay ms a target profit but tnls Remedy iss4sreto effect a CUICj and my customer so certain to appreciate my reoomniiending it to him that f give it the preference or sale by friylon K bertsoa KIRKLAND The death angle visited the home of Mr Jim Robinson and took his son Qharlie Cif last Monday Hisage was 16 years Be said he was gJing to join his sister who has gone on before The funeral took place on the Following day and he was4 then laid to rest In theDarnell graveyard by the side of his sister Virgie The sorrowing family naye the heartfelt sympathy ia their sad her avment Mr GW JRobinspn and Esra Lake and Torpen Snetoc wore in HarroJsburg last Saturday on business Ir JR Trent is on the sick list this week Mr rfW Jenkins and Mr Jess Cole had a land trade They exchanged places Jenkins allow ed doje 1000 for his property and Cuiatook his at 1600 They ill take pose sion next fail Rev Jack Sims tilled his rpgn lar appointment at the JRuther ford school house last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Jfoe Rjbinson will teach the Yeager school ttisyear Mr Carl Walls pf Willisburgl visited friends at this pace last week f A baliforlians luck- The luckiest day of my ilfe was when bought a box of Bucklens Ar- nica salve JI writes Charles F Rudahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of ftehing plies which had troubled me ior years and that yielded to np citl4treatment Sold under giIar antee Haydou Robertsons drugstore Valued Some as Gold BO Stewart a merchant ot Cedar View Miss says I tell my custo mers whea they buy a bOx of Dr Kings New Life PiUs they get the worthof that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria ot biliousness tt Sold under guarantee atHaydon Robertsons drugstore 2c t Maokville 1 rfMr AndrewfMcPatridge and Dora Mclatridge Pf Ear lrs spent Sund Ywith the family of Mr W W Will ham Mr D B Like of Sprngfield nd Dr Hyatt of Willisburg were in town Fndav Mrs Mamie Kysand Mrs Ounsmore were hppping in- SpiIngtield Thursdayj Mr UW Gftjiden and wife Sf ent Saturday in tiarrodburg at the homeof W B Hatchet Mr aid Mrs Juke Kimberli of jTexas Mr andsMrs Nat 0mpbelJ of Sprjngfi 1Idj and 4rs Orume of Sederjcksburg were thegues s pf Dr and Mrs fro Barnett Sunday Mr Joe Wycoff was in Perry yule Sunday Mrs Ar G Tumey visited her sister Mrs TJ Graves as Spricgfield last week Mr Nat Curry of Hariods ourg was in towu Wedntsday isseJapp4 Barnett of Ubap tinis visiting her brother Dr W 3 Harnett this week Mp Harrison Steele has re turned to his home near Hart rudaburg aitervsp3nding several days with relatives here Mr Jtparl Arnod of 1Ij Maud yis the pleasdut guet of his cousin Miss Muggie Mae Wy coil Saturday night Mrs Ress uloydl and Mr R SpringileldMondayMondayMiss Ada Tumey of LouisviiIf isvtiinghe1atinLMLs A G uxnythis week Rev Eversole of Chaplin spentunday night at the home ar Hev Hobbs Mr Jim Walker was in Dan villeJrresdavon business Messrs Miner Bottom and flarVey Sweeney attended the Sunday School Convenwon whhh netat Spjugtielci on Wedoes iy Mr Jim Green and wife f Danville vrsited Mr aid Mrs u Tll rson1Lst wieic- j Mr J Nl Bowiwife and iiausfhter Mrs S w ljlor Irid visited at lot1 hogietdr Mr Rjb art Bowies near PrryviUp the IJIttCipart Pf last weeiL Ml JP Walberaa wife hatte moved into the Brown boilding wuich was recently vacated by Mrs Lee Riley Mr Lanas Foster of Willh Sundayi Spring eldJIS pleasant gu s of iMrs Walker thi wetik f Mr Cornish of Harrpdsbnrg spent Tuesday night atthe home of JMjr C W Camden Mr John Harmon has m yed reslcLencelwhichl ron west Main sreet Dr Hyatt of Spri gfield was in town Sunday Springttleld IMrs Hart Etberingt ton ofIWillisburg visited her sis Mrs GH Hckerson Sunday Mr Edd SaIl e of Harrds burg ylsited at the home of D S YUncey Suudav- THE SMART SET llmfqaaled as Y CureFor Croup emedylIorberlains Cong Rerifedy is unequahd as a cure for croup says Harry Wil son of Waynctown Ind When given as soon as the croupy cough appears thioajemedy wilprcvent t be attack It is used successfully in many thous ands of homes For sale by Haydon Robertson MOOR SVlLI E Born to the wife of Mf Edd Bob littMay 11 ahoy and iotbe wife of Mr Preston Moore a boon May 8 Mr Edd Boblitt and wife of Bardstown and Mr Edd May SpentWednesday and famUyf v Me Dan Eardm and family visited Mr Mark Hard n and andSaurdayMessrs Jeff Smith and Jas OtJryari were in Birdstown Monday on business Mr Jacob Kiraberlin of Lquis viilp visired his ister Mr derbert Eddleman Saturddy nclrentofturned home aftr spending a few days with her parents Mltand Mrs Jeff Smith Little Willie CMnd Wbayne Eddlemah are visiting their grand parents Mr aqd Ncrs KioiDerlm ofLoui vinet Mr Tom Cheatham sold a yearlingof Polin Messrs Will and Lewis Cull spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Spencer county Misses Annie and Eunice SpringfieldHazel Truax bdreturned to her home in Spiringfield after Spending several months with grandparentsMranclMrsW Mr Jeff Smi h sold a cow and calf for35dnd a bull for 20 to Mr William Cheatham Notice to Our Customers Wear yicased to announce that Foloys Honey aud Tar for coughe atvlda andtnnl troubles is not affected by the National Pure Fobd inr Dniff law as it contains no opiates or er harmful drugs and we Irccqra men j it a ale rcoicdy for children n dultSJl v t e Red Cros Store Mr John Riha of Vinirig la says I have been selling DeWitts Sid ney and Bladder PiUs for about a year and theJ give better satisfaction than any pUl I ever Sold There are dozen people here who have used them und theY hive perfect satlefac onEL1 every case I have used them ntyself with ffne results Sold by- theRcd rsslrngStore r Hardest Mhooihse We did npt have any last weeks new in yjur paper buts IItry tofill our space again this week Mr Ed Mitchell and mother visited Mr john Williams and family Saturday nigtt and Sun day Mr Ezra Hawkins and family The Cause of lyiany Sudden DeatJisJ There is a disease prevailing in this Countryiiiostdainrerors because odcce if t Xivt Mis IdeaUUt fu h J1f 1 lJ ith t di eaite piiiiuiionia Ijciil failure j qpopJc nre oft kIdIflle disease II kidney trouble is allowed toadyaitce o tlickiiliiev1oisoi1 attackr lesIpropertreatment bytakiugDrreluCdytIteorrectssc l lciuge01lpcl1edand to get np many times during the eCtmordinaryeffecttjututijjjxuui lIt stands the highest for its wonderful icnres of the most distressing cases l1sSo19oue lojlar size bottles You niay have a lIewIs1cOetYbothentJreebv mail Address Dr 1tI merCo Bhighatutpii N Y writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any SwampRoot rybottle Tonsil tis 4the4j Sloivs throatl Lil meltused as a gargle and appltedto the outside of the throat reduce the swelling and gives instant relief For Croup Quincy Sore Throat 9 Bronchitis Asthma Pain in Chest or Lungs this liniment is unsurpassed A Sloans Linimentt is indispensable A when travelling because it Js soothinghealing Price 25 506100 v Dr Earl 5 Sloan Boston MassUSA soeut Sunday with Mr Hawkins grandmother Mrs Sarah GXKV Mr Sam Goodlett and wife of near Springfield and Mr Rufus Goodlett and wife t f Maud visi ted at the home of Mr W S Y pbodlett Saturday night and Sunday Mrs E iza Mitchell spent one day Jast week with Mrs SG Hardesiy Mrs Cirey of Antioch is visiting relatives ini this vicnity Mrs Nora OBryan of near St Rosespent several days last week wifh her parents Mr and Mrls W S Y Goodlett Mrs Jeqnie Cutsinger Miss Mattie Yates and M s Hal lie Jones visited Mrs T J Trent oae day last week Rev Cole pastor of the Willis burg Christian church delivered atltheday afternoon Sunday School was organized at the ETurdesty schoolhouse afternoon All who are inter esied in this Sunday scboowil meet at the schoolhouse Sunday afterhcon 3d Sundavat3 oclock and literature will distributed eI We suggest that we have decoration day at HHsbqfg he 30th 01 Mayas we think that will be wore suitable than the 23rd ON LOOKER A Smile is a pretty hard thing to accomplish tVben youre tilue bilious and out of sorts Tner jU a sure cure for all luvercolDuiaiBa lards Heroine is mild yet abso- lUtely effective in alt cases PAce 50 tents per bottle Sold by the Red gross Drug store There is a Pink Pain TablLt made by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any pain anywhere in 2d men utes Druggists everywhere sell them Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but they stop other pains as easily as headache Dr Shpops Pink Tablets simply coax blood PainI anlPain ithlDrSold by Red foross Drug Store Illlsboro Albert H nes was in your town Thursday onrbusiness Mr Dave Bines of Old ham county is here visiting relatives and friends this week Mr Joe Wycoff of Mackvillp munJtyWednesday WIHiburgisA Coulter 0 E L Parish was inyolir town Wednesday on business It seems at present tiatour toad will not be built as the peocle who live along the road wayBoysas thload is wurth several times the amount it cost JA Coulter was in Wijlis bure Thursday on business Mi Jessie Thomas was driving a vary large bug to the scalea whenihe ahim tll suddenly stop oed llaid down tnd died Mr Otis Harmon purohas d a nice mare of AL Liisey for 110 i Mr L M Clark sold an aged pure for 125 Mr yourtpwnMi Willie Ray bourn attended the COn entot at the Christian chuich at Sprirghed Wednesday iMrs Hines was in Springfield Tuesday shipping Mr Gibe Shewmaker par chased u nice workhorse of tack Kaybourne for 50 Golden Wyandottes AND Buff Orphingtons Two pfi the best and most pppulawbreels Bred from the very freVt strains 1ggi Per 11ff SafttoiQn guaranteed v Mrs 0 K CLEMENTS rr No5 ningfield Ky Phone 175 2 she rts long Little wilii Reed Hines spent Thursday with his grand parents Mr John Armstrong and wfe and two daughters Misses Pearl and Myrtle attended church at WiUisburg Sunday Mr Josh Intnan has just com pletqd a nice veranda in front of Injs house which helps te ap pearnce very much Our Sunday School was well attended at tile charch Sunday We cordially invite everybody to attend our Sunday School every Sunday promptly at3 oclock pm Mr Solomon Kava and wif visited bis father at Polin uodp- yMB B JLeachman has bought the remainder of John Walls farm gaining 106 acres at 55 p9r acre IMr Samuel C ylter spent Thurs ay with his brother at1 this phce Tom Settles is visiting hii IMr at Lebanon John Sims is viitingher- parents here this week Wheat and rye and grass are very prosperous Fruit of all land is not killed but falling offr badly What seems to be the matter correspondenti that interesting letter every week pleaseioknow HardestySchoolhouse respondeni Mr Lucien Gregory isjm proving very slowly with his hand He stuck a nail in it about m nth ago Mr Jesse Thomas and family attendpd meeting at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mr Ben Mcllvoy and wife were in Willisburg Thursday shopping IItReached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who own a large general store at Omega O and Js president of theAdams County Telephone Co as Uas the Home Telephone Co of Pike county 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery IIthinkJthescougr when eyerythinBr tlse tIled Dr onlyIsore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee atj Haydon b Robertsons drug store Sue and 100 Trial bottle free Hidden Gems 1 cimrlle plensc bring me that pent LCtlmet cart jue 11InmqueerlokiIlnlbUl1t part top azure nsWersl pearl 2 ruby 3 opal f diamond 5 topaz EInd them The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free from disease on the high elavations fevers prevail whilponthe lower iepls nlalaAai1i encountered to a greater a ss o tent according to altitude To over come climatic affections lassituce malaria jaundice hilJousnessj fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters tne greVt alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness mid insomnia Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsops drug store Prlce5Oc Kidney complaint kills more peo pie than any other disease This is due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hplp on the system beforeit iis recognized Foleys Kid ney Cure will preveut the develop meat of fatal diseases if taken time Sold by the Rtd Cross Drug Store J Pride of Washington ORtSpringfield Choice Manufactured by J Vk Jarboe CoS We pay highest market price for grain If you want the Best FLOUR ask your grocer for i Church Notices v v Rev T m RoDinsbti pastor 6t the RSrro burg M E church ChapElMay j Bro Walker willfll his regu lar appointment tile 4th Sun day at Wesley Chapel Bro Robinson pre cbes at Maekville M E church the fifth Sunday May 31st V Rev E Summers win preach at Bee h Grove next Saturday i ight M DL Ct Tired nerves with that noAmbit bition feeling thatls commonlyfelt in spring or earty summer can be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known to druggists every RestoratiyeIOne vill absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 houts after begin ning to take the Restorative The bowes get sluggish in the wInter- time the circulation oitenslows up thc Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Snoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as a genuine tonic to these vital organs It builds up ad strengthens the wornout weakened nerve it sharpens the failing appetite and universally aids digestion Ij always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor anti ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Iaour Aid to Fruit Tree A reun lvauiau states that he has npyfcr it pd commercial fertilizers In an apple orchard If the ground Is tqo pooivlo produce apples nothing Is bet ier than barnyarA manure which an swers everii purpose for u mulch or for euriclilrg the grcad in planting an apple orchard ii ground should be tcrnicdeverv year for about ten ye rs growing sutIi crops JU potatoes track etc so that the ground Tvlll gat ma ntra as often Its tlc crops vil require It and that will be oufZcIcut or the growth cf till arple trees and fruit Aftpr that flmc land nay be Seed ed clown thud ovaroiiallyl farmed and Hituuiv viirto keep the tanG 4vlit cOQaltlu Health Coffee is realty the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Cdffee substitute was re cently produced by Dr ssboop of Racine Wis Nota grain of rea coffee in it either Dr Sfioop i Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fooan axpert who might drink itfor coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a bylcElroyMillionaires and Arlstocrats The millionaire becomes an aristo crat when hefotgets theres comfort in the kl ben Manchester Union Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is b6 t for women and children is mi d1 action ana pleasant taste irakr iti such1asand a sample of Orino at the led Cross Drug Store j 8ng at HU Own Funeral At a funeral r JMutlr held in Tnt water Mich poxncthiiifr opniter which was orighw startling und sea satlonnl In chaniptcr After the imi sad rites had been conducted by gentleman of the cloth over the u phOll0gQiimscasket and the assemble mourner sad their friends Hieard the voice of th dead man singing one of his favorite Ingntthe first on record and the Innovajtloa opens up a new possIbility and if tbs gnsfom gr w3 dead men may aooni ceacMni their own fnncwu artn t Insist upon DeWrtts Witch Hazej Salve There are substitute but there is only one Oigiona It is healing soothlne and cooling and sI especially good for piles Sold oy tj e Red Cross Cr s8 Dru Store The Rnecred JSHge I tine paid every One of my debts said the young mutt jubilantly I admire your conscientiousness Laid Mr Guprox but Im afraid you- will never make n finlnclcrTl1csI finance Idea Is to hay just enough cl your debts tto Ueep your credit from going to the bt d Washington Star Ruled Off Fsr YcJchi g John J Ilyan fiafbflcu notfflcu thnr lie has been ruled W the turf as far a Ascot Los Anrcley CnIfs cou toTietl In exphi utiou of this eourP It is said that tlnrlnp he last snmmer ITynii bet njarker on a horse which wji afterwjthl l disQuallilcd Ryan iRf t od to pay 4Lie bet and was 3 ruled T Arsuel a tLinIf vo wrat to cdt ato that sturd Plolkl unresponsive thing the British public n scheme lias tQ lJotmildly dl luted with pleasure masked by brll Jliint picturitH lIke the bitter pill we bide In our childrens Jam We have compulsory schooling of course but us- a nation jve are not Hut do not want to be cducatedLornhoiz Bystander More NewS From the New England States j It any one has any doubt as to the theY4needoulyStimpson of illimant c Conn who after almost losing hope of Re covery oil account of the failure of sd many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cure Which he says was- UjUbt the tbiag fo1 hIm a3 four bot tles cured hinjcorapJetely Heis no entirely welt and freD from aUVthe suffering Incident te all kidney rStr j PILES get Immediate rmef rroic Dr Sioops Ma Intle t ii i I jl 41A R SHULTZ J w Jt1EL IISH1JLTZ S rRIEDEL cff H J and 9 lrJjrfri IHardware Stoves nd Tirwarei tu iIW- eIiardltthe variety 1sSGarden To 9- itk ekfi1 market We have received new supplybf 71 I ltlCooking Stoves and Ranges r we will 811 at prhes tpe3 I Agenls for the celebrated 1 r PERFECTION OIL STOVES rGarden Hoes wnMowts IIRefrigerators Water CooWs BUT We make Speciality of Plumbing and Tii Roofing Contracts S 1i ptM9 i 4 j gt 5Youcan getIceCreariSodas3 and Sundaes every day Fresh and toothsome Cakes and Candies t I Meals and Lunche I lat Drinks most any time Ailkinds S FOE dty OyLTiI1Dome and see outline KATIE HERLElNaIko CloaksSuits WaistsSkirt Departaeits silks and Telreta JackDrIll JUbIIou- W Neckwer KtndketcJIle1I Laces asl EeriasNotions t XemsTnmloMBCi Art Xee41cwork Psrocraphy Chlaa and GUMwan Knit Valennar vHIba47wtr Ganseits Mesas Underwear Stc JIJ11lMIY Carpets DraperiesF l a t ithlt l t f s d t t e rJ j a l 4 a 4 J y t i i f t I I es FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY S8Ie ca be l Sd Oyf- fie s 0rtIer sPed TIaIs veek 25ctace Panels At tie EaGliL- ace J Panels 30 wide in made of lacC scroll de come in t assorted patterns These panels will beautify the of any home for this week at J9c eachA Jflf8SQM 8WtI t LVflLL XY FREE Wsw tsaarstfl whe i 1 JIe s- oaeaacath r bee sc COt JOHN I bay 153 hands fine Five1ytarstite rat Onward Silver for merly Owned by J L Druient 0f Bardstn and winner of the Transylvania stalfes at Lexington and with a record of a mile in 2 06i and two miiini 4 Onward Silver was akF fox 21tfvOland was ltalieh to Italy Onward Silver is Iasotiif Onward 1141 record 225J and the sire ofrine pprf rmers with recod of front 2C6i to 210 and th4 sire of the dams of 13 with records of 14 ndlbetter On ward is a son of George WJjkes 22 and out of Syl viari Maid by Aberdeen sire of Uentucky Udion207 John 1 dam is Hundley by Naboth 1898 isonof WalMagKami by G Wilkes Kate Hundleys Oj dam was Helea ff damxof 228 pblitatir sbu Ha Ieto ian 10and full brother to Rienna orla r of JEu n226iIElena Victoria sold for t 4800 at McBerratissale I Stcoud dam NeU 4nderson1 dam Oft Worry 223 ty Gills Vtrmocfc sire of Bonner Boy jJ T Jverybest brads of Tos and have l5o Iltime tet Ir 1s 1 1 4 Elpes SpiI t 4 IiWont b z I J I 1 just which 7 j 5 2 of ofc r N in 54 long good sign centers bar only WKMIid aa th Muses y feesssss Dark 2 2 Col Kate KMe sired by Metr W b fie dIuIk f vrGeIItSUb reTlI r baL la 0MIIIIIit =7M JI jL = t lMftw IIMI Jm1 4JnIIIIIIM y fty tfA 4 a Mi6 r 228 and damof 131a230bi better also lreol tb daaGfatribetta ITiJkes 2I9 i s C Eyelet 2Otih GMttfUt 1 Tjottiel Lorin 2 06 sis fjive otheralb tter tfetife t Third dia Miii i 4tt tGirrard Chief l Col John L UrIi f T jpresehtseasonaI15TIreaLACdL toni Isa blscc Jack hSida bpne and matcl sibkPirrotts Jc ha i Loths Jack he by Goyuor W ol bS as out Pf sj fin JMMrtt bVGOJ ernor and her dajsi by M B sO Hawk 3o vo e std breodlnir H wi1 r season at JIOFw Htfc MMl 8 Ftr Itant Parties liaviBg Vm4r are IflVIkd to call a 2 luile Eat ot pri sld the SrirtjIteH P thipi field andPeryvifl p sm4 ip sjpck are will b- aoidacciees biai ji I t3bI resppbsfbje sbidii ti jr OI- ClAfl etkiaeidwi alIj tiIseason hi pildai iwhen colt Is fd mare bs paHed with pfbrei eowber RHEDLEN V I7T7 ii wirw w T w T 0 DR GT4BURTON- CrJ MI1DENT DENTIST TH EXTRACTED WITPUT PAINllj j ti iE- t 1j BINGPI1JD JeT AuJI Work Strictly Firtclss DflJ i bira io Qmu II b f ito2 pmr jt QlBeM mt BJydda Drugstore t tptonMD1 r7 i Po t o RicNs38- r jit F ORIGSBY rEORNEY AT LAW1 O Peifk k v 1IPtfi4jPlKLD XY I r ir M W HYATT J1SPAULDING b Ofioi Wer Red Cros Drus Stow omce ho rs Hyatt ICfO I 121110 4 to 5 pm- SpUdM It tp 4pm and all night ioiNy MAYE- SiUFbi llECTOB All UCFSE1i EMBAlMER ic TtLtpHONE syjNftT74SE8IKEIELD IT Aliefis t ConfcotioueryTh Dtiks lot Crtiud Soda 1WtierTIe bti id freshest of Candies aid Fiults f always o1iancLL Ma Street wMct io Wal ootiL Vn v r I LeOh Allen 0 IJ ESlebyI l oo- IkuOc JJIikrsey logs Il boqlf ing orders now Joe Spring pigs L Ppjl Springfield Ky God PIae ToStoV Weinyi t ovir Washington and lf is cp iity Iriends when inI Lott syjiii viiia loolcing for a plftcekcs4pp to call on us We thave ie l Ijlictljf Fll11 bed Rooms wiiicttwe will let for lodgers for astiorfe or lQn sty at reason era4ilIjocated on the Northwest cor tter of Seventh and Market Sts Irvine AVimsatt Jolgn Edelen j i r- W H Sy ONu1 1 Hes the man to see when in seed of tile following 1 IIGrainCradles II Trimmings 1niaCtt JQtalrstcla 11M lade J I iav4 0f all ctcscriptionscl Iud I AMctallyof good work k = ksWsH e kys d it 4hr yI gftttmg scratches I pv4 br Mkefi BMSIJW burns 1Ifee6 e1ectuclt things 4k jr rut tsrlbns it you l dp ApJBsIJaMi 8cr Llnlmaot ac- toc dITOCt1 Y1JMt ajyacit viNiif e Lbiiiiiad heal ihe trcnbte Pffee jsc Oanu iLUt Sold by Ihe Red erOa Drug Stprv filES get Jtullc jaL rend frr- DrSbOsJiak Ctmint J II TORN ii rowUidri6 rroTIi mwro i iPJifij Local Happenings of interest i The Freshest end Latest I IFrIendsITJi Buff Wyandotte eggs for sale at 25cfor a setting of 15 IIMrsWillardThompsor SALE Two setsFqKji single arn s one set double harnpss A 0 W LYON Have a Vour oJplowpoints ground at N G iarks m chllieI shop apd made as good as new for 10 cents each Go to Leachmaii Campbell the furniture men tfor hammocks nd llawn and porch chairs and I ett es t L have for sale about 10 000 eetbVak1umber t KVi AB WALKER i ri Springfield lftKy i Fo4LETwoj threeyear filct1lsefl One or botl H ETHE JNGTON willi burg Ky Prepare tosouttout thefliesll y screening your house Leach man Campbell carry a full line of dorr and window screens at prices that willsellthemc There will be decoration ata the Plaasant Grave cemeter oh itot Saturday afternoon May 23d ui are cordiaily inviped tod attend i l Harry Derringer Mooresville j ty1 has for sale a good twelve year oldl work and brood mare will sellcheap Be also has for t ale a gpod milk cow with young calf t WANTED To bii yOkanJt t Beech Lumber will pay highest prICeS Have for sale Oak and Beach Flooring Write to Ken tucky Hardwood Flooring Co 1 Beech SL or Woodland Ave Louisville Ky i MrW Pi Meritt of this t county sold this week tp S E of Marion c lultya I nice high acting gelding four b years old by Cnestnut Date Price 225 Mr1 M Campbell has sold out his bSlI SSHisstock of- urniture will be takezib7a- cbman Campbell while Shultz Reidel have ttk note his stoves and tinware Mr Campbell will devote bis time tol farming and to bis auctioneering J business J Mr P Leslie who iis an expert i photographer has located bereE nd is prepared to take all kinds f photographs Look out forjj the brown tent opposite the Presbyterian church Good photographs at from 75 cents a dozen up He iicvites an Inspefil tion ofbis work and solicitsi patronage Mrs CeceliaBarberof Bards town iscriicallyill at her home and it is feared she caunot reIover She was stricken paralysis last Friday at noon and has ben in an unconcious condition since Hersbn Mr John R Barfjer was at her bed ide the first of the week meetingjottbe cal Qocietv was held at the court house this plAce on last Monday The following were present DrsWWBay M W Hyatt J ci Mudd J tt Shehan S JISmock ft E Crume D A Crosby W T Bin nettW V- StaJatdTM Spatflding and A G Beam Interesting papers were read by Drs Shehan and Grume Reports of four clinical cases were made The Iexj L b rc T The Kind o- fFRAMJS11P tb C C iiTo be used is very much a i Cjjporfent CidfiJ 3tered3 A toIT g know when somejs guess j ing WS NEVER GUESS C iiiBIasses Right F Good Sight C l CATHKR1HE RUSSELL 5 1 Srringfield Ky f f 1TOPICS1 fJi meeting will be held on Monday June J3ih Sprlngfipfd residents should use flyomei at this season and cure eatarrhal troubles which ares prevalent Sold by the Red Gross Drug Store under guranfoe Cliff Walker was tried before Police Judge Noe last week on a breach of the peace warrantand found guilty and fined Ten Dol lars and the trimmings Walker and Charlie Mitchell hadtt scrap in the negro poolroom pMain Street and Walker cut Mitchell on the hand Tbe boys claimed they were only engaged in a friendly scufftVbut the court failed tosee it that way and then was the resuit Walker re pie vied his line with a good tfhite min friend on his bond Mr C A Green suffered very badly sprained ankle on last Monday by being thrown from an automobile Mr Green and Mr Gwinn Marks the ma7 hine being driven by the latter iere Fong to Oampbellsville nd when about a mile from that n and when approaching a bridge the machine became sud enly unmanageable and took a leap from the abutment of the ridge into the creek below jumping about JJO feet Mr Greet was thrown out and his ankle badlyt sprained Mr Marks escaped unhurt The automobile was badly wrecked but after being treated at- i t a blacksmith shop was driven home by the chauffeur Mr Green was Brought home in a buggy and it was found that his ankle is in a very bad condition Beautiful Ceremony coronaltiI Rose on last Sunday afternoon fore a large audience The services were imjpressive and beautiful the long procession of children in their bright cos tumes and bearing flowers pre sentingan especially attractive sighti The act of placing the ujreath on the staue was per fpr med by Miss EmmaRsePolim and her assistants were four little girls Gladdys Walkr Stell Edeleu May Ceail and Lizzie EdeJen s H Father Sullivanf delivered an interesting discourse which he explained the significance of the tingit Virgin During the cpurs ofi the serVice beautiful musici was rendered by the choiran especi ally ttractivefeature if which were the solos of Miss Mary Haydon and MissMayme Knbtt Dr W V Stallard DENTIST Teeth extracted withpnt pain or danger Office 6ver McElroy Shaders Grocery Phone 72 Springfield Ky both of whom possess voices or rare sweetness So great was the crowd that many were turn ed away being unableI to find churcbIRing Found Mrs Andrew Cunningham had restored to her the other day a valuable diamond ring which had been missing for several years About eight years ai o Mrs Cunningham missed the ring from her home and althopgh a thorough search was made no trace of the piece of jewelry could be found A colored ser vant girl inItbe employ of the family at the time was strongly suspected of the theft but in the absence of any proof noth imr was done The girl knowing howverthat she was under sus picion shortly left Springfield and bai remained away until now The strange part ot the story Game to light one day llast week when Scott Humphrey colored man who was doing some work aboutthe Cunningham premises reported that he had founa a ring bidden under a rock in the garden The ring which proved to be the missing article wasre stored to its owner The suppo tion ii that the wpman when she discovered she was under sus picion became alarjmed and ipught to onCea the evidence of her guilt Closing Exercises of High School Final examinations are being held this week at the High School They mark the close of another successful year in the schools bistory successf jl both in point of attendance and de velopment Teachers and pupils are ready to enjoy a well earned vacation The regular coin- mencment exercises will be held at the Opera Rouse next Tues day night May 19 These exercises vary from the usual in that each of the grades will be represented r An entertaining program of declamations and dialogues has been prepared and tbe performance promises to equal ithe high standard es t bhshed in past years The music enjtirely vocal will be qspeciallvj attractive as the singers nav worked diligenth- for the ipas several weeksyl preparation Miss Watcrs has arranged to Have solos duets Quartettes and choruses At ihe same tithe the scholarsbip yearsIHigh Sehool will be given On Wednesday following the school will hive its annual picnic otiblI Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you mmtm RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER L- B4T1ENTioN I Ve wish to call your attention to the Special Bar gains we are offering this week fortash They are money savers and it is to your interest to take advantage of them We offer r l FOR CASHJ SATURDAY MAY J6 1 dozen best Mussina llemons resular price 20chtor 1 1 dozen nice sweet Oranges reg price 30c for 00 2 cans best lOc corn f 15 3 caus best3 Ib standard T miito 25 3 pounds r g 18c opffee for iit 45 3 pounds Arbuckle Coffee 4viii 50 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper Soap r V 25 7 bars Lenox tVr 25 IT pounds standard Granulated Sugar C4 100 3 cans Sniders Pork and Beaus 25 3 lbs Fancy Head Rice vu 2t 1 can cut Asparaj2 us regular price 3oc for vvCv 130 lbsBrown Sugarforp i f 1J 00 2 caps Chunk Pine Apple fort 25 20j1 can 4f Ibs Blenaed Coffee ex ra good1 00 JPor rtcLIfoWetPIlG6SGall i McElroy Shader1 mii1uaattrlrl i1- I On all Hats and SkIrtS My entire stock ot flats arid Skirts will be sold at I greatly reduced prices until the close of the season A Special Line of Ladies Vests I Just Received I I IAn attractive stock of Ladies Trimmings at very low prices u WILLIAMS a I HowardMudd The m rdageof Dr Ed Mudd to Miss Estelle Howard of Ijowardstown Nelson countv was solemnized m Lou isville ati the Dominican church at elev hLodckluosaay They canTe oup to visit the grooms mother Mrs Teresa Mudd where they spent Wednesday and re turned to NeY Haven where Dr Mudd is engaged in the practice of medicine it For Rent A grocery room formerly oc cu pied by Irvine McElroy and office formerly occupied by W F NeikirkJpplytcWKRo- bortson P RSONAL Miss Emily Russell base turned to Louisville Clyde CJibbs is ill with typhoid fever at the home of hisparents oithe Lebanon road Miss MryLee W issendf Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs W E Leachman Miss Elizabeth Shirley ard sister of Willisbbrgj were shop ping herjjfyesterday Mss Bertha Haydon visited Miss Katnerine Spalding tf Lebanon this week Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson have leturned frcma visit Vo Dr and Mrs Parker at Cqrbin Mr J A Johnson is quite sick Mr JC Hhader went to Louisville yesterday Mr and Mrs L H Bellbaum were at P inville Sunday to yisit Mr Bellbaums brother A fishing party composed of Will Russell Rob McClellan Neal Boblitt and Shaker Robertson are camping near Maud aneltngfor the tinny tribe Mrs Everett Buster returned to her home near Harrodsburg yesterday after a weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs John Y M yes Misses Carrie Edelen and Mary Gleason spentSunday in Louisville MF RNeal of LouisvIlle 13 here this week Mr and Mrs W D tjfay brooke have returned from Lou isville Mrs I H Thurinan and sister Mrs H D Rodman of Louis fille attended the home talent entertainment at Lebanon Tues dayevenmg Miss Mary Haydon was a guest of friends in Lebanon for the play Tuesday evening Mr W W Allen of Paris Ky was a guest of MissrElise Durrett last Sunday Mios Else Bnrreit left Tues day to visit Miss Margaret tMc hord in Louisville at Seel lachs After a weeks visit she wilt go to Cincinnati and Cleveland Ohio for an extended visit I Mrs DixIe McKinney spent last week visiting in Lebanon Miss Nannie EWalkeris ini Louisville visiting her cousin Mrs A C Lewis Mrs Amanda Tate of Camp bellsviilel isa guest of her daughier Mrs Annie McElroy Miss Margie Graham isvisitr Ing in Louisville t Miss Lucy Brown is in Louis ille this week Miss Mollie Harris and Mis Percy Johnson were guests ofr Mrs Fred Hagan Sunday Rev W H Williams is atten ding the Baptist convention in session at Hot SprhgsrArk and will be absent two weeks Mrs George D Robertson andI daughter Miss Mattie vspent several days in Louisville this week I IMrs Royle Norman of Chat tanooga Tenn artived Tuesday I t evening to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Leachman Mr J Charles Greene is inI Lagrange this week Miss Belle Wan wbohasbEmnI making her home Pais visiting her sister Mis Ben F feimms Miss Willa Knott is in Louis villebuyiiig stockfor her mill r neryibusiness t MIr Tom Mi1lrof Willis burg was shopping in town Monday Mr and Mrs J H Hayes re turned to Louisville Mondpy after spending a week with ME anti Mrs G E Edeleh Mrs John Smith of Bloomfield is visiting elaes here Misses Lizzie and Mary War ren are v1sitinglitt1e Miss Louise EJelen I Mr Lester Gibbs will return from Louisville next week where be finished a business course at B rcollegeVs Miss Flora Mudd of Louis yule visited ner mother this week returning Thursday Miss G win of NichoU sville is a guest of Miss Fannie McElroy Mrs DI ago6 tne aged mother of Mr ElR Dnigoo is quite ill at the h me of her son and on account of her extreme age her friends are quite apprehnsive The litte daughter of Mf pra goo who sjiffered a broken leg two w eksttgq is getting along as well as could be expected Misses Sue Ray and Louise McElroy lIrft today for Battle Creek Mich Miss McElroy will remain indefiniteiv for treatment aty the Sanitarium Miss Ray will return Monday Notice All those havicgjslaims against the estate of J B Roberison deceased will please present the same properly proven as by law required to me or to W F Grigsby as his office in Spring fieH Kgor beforo May 29 1908 This May 5 1908 G It HAYDON Admr J B Robe tscn Disturbed t Congregation The person wh disturbed the con gregation la ft Sunday Tjy continually coughing is requesteclto by a bottle of Foieys Honey and rrr Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore V Wool Wanted Higest cash prices paid for wool Will receive at points to suit the farmer GIBBS MqTJLURE MAYES 4c Spiingfield Ky peWltt Tittlc Early Risers are small and safe and sure and gentle little little pills SolId by Red Cross Drugstore i Buggies Punted lam prepared to paint bug gi3Iand carriages in first class style Bring on your buggies and II will guarantee satisfaction 4tthe plji Casey shop Bun POPE t Strawberry Fete Tbe ladies of the Presbyterian church will ive1 Strawberry supperon Friday May 22dat thelecture room of the church A great many people imagine they hava heatt trouble when the fact tis that the whole trouble lies in the sidrraround the regicn necessarily heart trouble Weauj ii geac that youstart with the stom aich and whenever you feel a depr s ion after eating or whenever your food seems to nauseate take Kodol It will not be very long until all these heart bains will dissappear Take itodol now until you know you khovf you are right againI Tbce isnt any doubt About what it wilt do and you will find the truth of ibis etateuient verified after you haven d Kodol for a few weeks It Is sold here by Bhe Red Cross Drug Stor TTT 1 = f ftJ HouseH KeepBrS I j1 When you are house cleaning pTease 1 S dOt forget that thet1BIQ STO can Is mall REff Of t IIbestsupp1yyourneecj I t1rtheflnAJ miriisters made up to fit your room 1 I fun jfromjj- II will fine some Beauties here t 0 Avery Ilaige Stock Mat ings 15c to 40c per j rd j S o Matting Rugs 30x72 for 65c each Jute Smvrna Rugs 30x60 98c eachrVelvet Rugs 27x54 for 139 each Velvet Rugs 36x72 for S3 25 each ff Excellent 1irof Axminister and Smyrna Rugs ii all sizes in both Oriental a doral Patterns at lowprics I l Linoleums at RigM Prices Alt kinds I I GuVtaia Poles and Window Shades Lace Curtains 48c to 8 pair t Awnings and Porch Shades I I Wall Payer and Moldings ooallIWe are receiving new things every week in Dreas White Goods Laces Gloves Belts anti Neckwear 4 RemembT e have the best show of Men is and Clo hirtg Huts Shoes Shirts arid Neckwear be kIanywhere and at p ices to please you I 1 ISPEQIALSaI IId I 93c j Extra good Ipdia Linen for lOc a yard IIif The Robert oQClaybrooke GoI17rI r1NCORPOIWD I 1 L O ii t j 44I- T WILL PAY YOIHl J ffPricea Me11S IotblUgt LIEI havela latest 1 Spring ttnewestndl prices ETTLINGERCLOTut 7 toI2l5 iFL Ti Ii BoyLKneePants 15QTQAL9 OO i cHkfSithave Menfs Boys Huts colors Also of Straw Hats 4A compttte of Ladies DrMNt Skirt 1Shirt Waists DresS Goods department is complete with i attractive palterns White many syle DItItItJLadies Light WeightSpring to Jackets inspect fowl 5- ji store iiGRUN Y oINT1RE- Notice f ciAIL persons b 7ns claims against estate of Patrick Lyddane 5a pletse psent1sanie to me properly proven sjettlemenf Also kjidwin g themselves indebted to estate are re quested ib settle promptly p A LYDPAN Administrator 6f Patrick Lyd cane deceased t N T tBpt To Get our J i r J I We orptl1 I if rnQrcidaU 1ff4I + t t Styles i The b M i ranging fro 1 t 1t 4 4l 11 fJ I JO1 f n Suits 8 f = tiWe and Stetson ipi a big line very line wl itt = Our Qoods in Everybodyiinvited call and j iour new Mc t iir t j 1 the deceasedLilL for all persons the 11 the f our w IJJ t- CreantYartniIug r WIlln IEHEIt Nt CNUJWI I 0 at c m- n WIUNIC p Pt flY tIT B H rti5iiow Liniment Co TLOUIO MO RED CROSS DRUG STORE w w- THNlLSLE7DEI r w J w 7 rl IrlJ I r TJefrQ4PUB 1 lAT1 IVjr r ThtN 10 tttiC HOUR T fL JAJ0 SJUV tt fat si I t I ittjrCHsv4 i i fN Wd11 ywuriroi qytrwfccba m aa setjoi 4ur UiIt q u It JaIr tt aotrol ofevetTWJrt1t d wttaeu MutatI eIIe Lf fII tsMs ofDe1l1 s M tM jMt few e 4 Who W UM na who to irtT of anak Wlitwr or 50 I 4os re lII1iC twr spLr aa e- ftw aM oycwkta i tItiM pirmg cat men an pIt tkta rear 4 Utte4 DSIOCTC1r up lJllUa1 omiee14 j tile pr S4JI oIIce ad vtfce i ajr for a rftwrm ot thDiova M party to power Not oaljf do tt fee totorwto of tie Dmocfatic Hr tor a victory tkte rr but a tbi bwt lateral of the Ha tteaw TlNii years of almost JAM qpcranent of UM republic by OM party aad for tight eC ta ee iersijiWHyI y ss aaa aave Broufht i ttcae that ace t i aM rtPlPantI 1 of a jof WJlHlentJiI1p l Ir4tIiJ i a4e witk Vfetery t Yoi f eaa fee aeaierei thia year wst riieiiliUat eaeiota of the ata4 ferpiriiftelpie that has bees ad wMII M awe eaeriOoe by tJwt Iteibo emtas per tftkUaltMltatea for Ike la t44e ea year ItIIs K ilya t a letfoa of caaactny leadership Three MllJ aae Mkm owtarty aaa one to iiiiat i paast its l aersfap has babes to inspire coafttoBce la f ft of tile rotors patriotic aid Mieerau fiat lsad r Up has aa MiaUoaably beea The yartyis l gr ator than its iadirlduall f IM creatwtJau ita1ea4I IL Ttai tfae has come when itj resldenItwHi 1Ii 4Md by a sentimental tkeagh aerate devotloa to a great a Ms tajt aaa dominated it for a yeae H Ja taps raako of the party there is V partytIeetI achievements IB luiiUttiaf d statesmanship aad a kit a ewanaaadlBg political U ir such taat victory under Ms ioolyoMf k tadlcated is It not M eatre jieaeoaable thoughtful de Yojtit DeateeraU deetHar the JilUcc se eit ikoir party to turn him e MaeII TMfrUmateCGor John A Johnson 1etltatll 4tt waoy have watched his 1 1kRir la receat years as irea ae ia artial obeeryers and Jour aatfota tareacaoat Ute country believe tkat kejia tke aaa at tie tour the ia ffrery waf sq1ppe4 to make a aa eeeftri oampaiffi aaA afterward tItM a Ofc4e4 executive of the highest ereer Let ae krieftjr reYlew Ms career Jeaa Ju Jokaeea was born In St Peter iWeebet l county Minnesota JeW MrlMlfoC Iweiiisk parents His ektWaeeeVaad youth were passed In ree4 pere r At It years of age he warn eoiayoMjit to ieaje the public ooaeplo ot kJa aatlve city la order to eapeert kawieK and the parental fain Ujr Tkeaojk kta fonaal education was thee early ataaert his aelfeducatlon t aeyer atopfed A student at all times L a wWi geaiar aad a thoughtful one f Mr Jikasea after some years 9f ohy l aeare ioiLaasa drug and grocery clerk ad TaUiaey tlaMOieeper became at Ute ae e J4 editor of the St Peter Herald He soon became known as eae eftke jlWHtofXll1Be Jour aaHeto aad was recozalxetf as one of the iea4ofa bC JoarnaH c4 la a state re atarkaMeler the auaiber rigor and in rlaoato efi i periodical press As a cory drierie wae gradually drawn late MiaBtt la Ui1was elected a aeat er ef the aeaate of the Minne eeta loaielatiue aad his first public po XUeal work jwaa ae a ember of that kedy Jreojj the trat ke was Identl fted witk rarioao reform measures wkiek aT isiaee become law la Kin ML WMfrifac Got Johaspa has gone JM aas iByrMwed men as being a mat- t etJM Ltoeela type He has the fac mt oi nMiklag aaasy friends and few r Key JehassnsLefWaMve i Reswlta The geyeracr recpaamesded a per asaMat tat ooMiaiMion The legis mW Jt to 1atld UM ink was 0 hardly dry on me ootf nitnic oeiore ne appointed a commission so strong la Iits personnel that the Republican sea ate resolved by a rising vote to co- mAnBtbe appointments without delav while the equally Republican house though without the power of cpnflrma ttorij expressed by a rising vote its ap predation of the xceIlence of the gov ernors appointments- In northern Minnesota are the great est iron bfe lelds in the World The state of Minnesota owns extensive areaspf these lands By lleases they were largely In the hands of the UBlt1 ed Statea Steel Corporation state was receiving only an insignifi cut laconic from its royalties The governor adVised the withdrawal all such lands from mineral leases IIofI tke legislature concurred Hinacsata has enjoyed but scaat 2a e from the wealth of the privately o iron mines The governor recommended a royalty tax qi the out put of these mines He did pot get It but the United States Steel Corpora ion bound itself as a substitute to e tabIlsn a 20000000 steel plant at Duluth The newly created tax commission together with the state board of equal ization which preceded it tht mom bers of which were appointed by Governor Johnson have in the four years of Governor Johnsons administration Increased the assessed valua tion of the steel corporations iron ore holdings in Minnesota from 32000000 to 190000000 The sleepingcar companies of Min nesota had never paid taxes In Min nesota In proportion to their earnings The governor recommended a change in the system of taxing these compan iies and a satisfactory law was enacted Similarly a rational law as to mort gage taxation was enacted Railway Regulation Taking tip freight rates Governor Johnson in a powerful speech so ex haustively and conclusively bared ex mating unequal and exorbitant rates that the railway companies voluntarily made a reduction of ten per cent on grain rates on their lines in northern Minnesota By order of the railway commission reinforced by subsequent legislation this voluntary reduction was followed by a horizontal reduc Uon in maximum freight rates of about 13 per cent and there was created a new plus of merchandise tariff In which the rates were re4uced about 20 per cent The railways took these reductions into the United States courts by enjoining the attorney gen eral of Minnesota from enforcing the lawThls action has opened up some of the most important litigation in volving constitutional interpretation that has come before the supreme court in this generation The TwoCent Law The enactment of the twocent ran senger tariff law was an example of Governor Jh sons eleIty of action Invited to address the Minnesota EdI torlal association Instead of making the usual platitudinous address on such occasions he exploded th4 two cent bomb and urged that an end be put to the giving of passes He talked on the same subject to a convention of commercial travelers Immediately the state was aflame with this inno vation in railway legislation When the legislature met he asked for a law embodying this idea and the legisla tare quickly rcspiied Neighboring states followed with reductions and now throughout the middle northwest the twocent rate prevails About the time Governor Johnson came Into office there was a widespread agitation for reciprocal demur- rage laws which Would compel rail ways to allow shippers demurrage charges for failure to deliver cars on time Governor Johrspp ever abreast ofpopularprogre recommended such a law and got It Thanks to his initiative the orders of the Minnesota Railroad and Ware house commission are now immediate ly effective pending appeal In Defense of Labor Governor Johnson in consonance with his thorough democracy and believing fn equal rights has not been neglectful of the inUtests of labor Ha desired a free state employment bu reaM designed to eliminate the many abuses that have marked private employment bureaus in the great labor centers of Minnesota Such a bureau thoroughlybelpful Since time immemorial that relic of feudalism ftc common law doc trine of npnliability pf employer to employe for Injuries occurring through the negllgeqoe of a fellow servant has prevailed in Minnesota as Thisanetentrule otherrultrine of the assumption of rlsk by employes has cast upon the fndlvid ual laborer a risk and resDor1lllty l OlEYSKlWiEYCURBiM III Have You a 9 1 Summer Stove The stifling air of a close kitchen is changed to comfortable coolness by installing a New Per fection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove to do the family ox king No kitchen furnishing 5soconvenient as this stove Gives a working heat at once andmain tains it until turned out that loo without over the room If you examine the NEW PERFECTION WiR1eF12Ee Oil CookStove yoe WmWhrthjSis 10 The beat frOlJ1 the a New Perfection Is tOllUlIlraled tindtrthckettleandnotdissipated through the room Ityadllrtlo Thus it does the work of the coal 4 rMftwitiKHit Its discomfort Asic your dealcrabout taitstoft U aotwtth him write our nearest agency Il oLampn of 415 giveiowerful yMadet1tthgroonoIf not wRk your dealer writ ser I fftloilnt I ANew Orleans woman was thin Because site did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food 5ke took Scott9 Emulsion Result She gained a poujnd a day in weightA- LL DRUGGISTS SOe AND 1100 + +H+ H+ raIcut or proportion tne wages ne celves During hjs term of office Gov John son has had to deal with one great conflict between labor and capital namely the strike of the miners on the Minnesota iron ranges By directSpersonal intervention by advice to the employers on the one hand and the BtiiCs on the other the governor sue troopsJupreveItlng In the forests and prairies of north ern Minnesota are great extents of fertile land which owing to lack niIdrainage have not been available for cultivation Thanks to Gov Johnson tadditionalwas secured and hundreds of thou sands otacres of fertile jand will Va added to the rolls of the states wealth 3ov Johnson believes m the muni I cipal ownetshlp of public utilities and following his suggestion a modified fOrIIjof the Jlllnols Mueller law was adopted by the Minnesota legislature Under its provisions a municipality may bond its street railways or othtr public utilities to pay the cost of the purchase and operation of the same Minnesota a leading agricultural state has llong had to contend with the cordage trust which has a practi cal monopoly fthe binding used in harvesting For many tWJnel the state has lad a twine which prison 1abor was employed The trust erected a factory in Mimic Bota to compete with the statemade twine and Gby Johnsons answer was with the consent of the legislature authorization tot the state twine plant IIwlthl1l1 swiliI nesota statemade twine in other states as well as at home The Winds Best Climate is noi entirely free frotn disease on the high elavations fevers prevail LJencoLJJ tent accordingto altitude To over come climatic affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness cind insomnia Sold under guarautee eatPrice SOc THE BESTjj IN KENTUCKY This reputation has been es tablished by Tile Louisville StIall the time During this a Presidential yeair you want a meiropolitan daily new paper in addition t your home paper and you can bir st satisfy that want by ordering The Herald in eonnectiwith the NEWS 1trADERcorrespo n d e n t s scattered throughoutj the couutryesp enIabiesreports of the conditions as they IIdevelop We have special clubbing ar rang mentsith them andean jsive you money See or write ujvnjt The JLiouisyille Herald flows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Re vard for any case of Catcrrh that can not he cured by HallrA Catarrh Cute FJ CHBNBVCO Toledo O We the undersigned have known FJCheney for the last IS years i and beieve him barfectly honrrable id all busiuess ttarsactions and firian daily abe to carry out any obligattuird by his firm Ions Valditff Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Ino tecnallyacting directly i pon the bipod and mucous surfaces of the sys tern Testimonials nt free Price 72c per bottle Sold hy nil Druggists Take Halls family Pils forvcon stipatton IAgents Wanted 16x20 crayon putraits4U cents frame 10 cents aud tq hset IPlcttros one crit ach1ou caa make400 per cent profit or 36QOper week Catalogue andI samples free- FRANK WILLIAMS 1208 WTaylorSt Chicpgo lll tj tn Eggs Eggs For sale from pura bseiJ S B Jtt Leghorn stock Price 100c for IGor i50 fraO MRS L N REEDI j RFD No 811 REVIVroAFTER HANGING Condemned Negro Now Free and the Law Cant Touch Him Reports received at Fort Worth Tex from trainmen and passengers on the outhern Pacific state that John Ann strong b negro hanged at Columbus Tex Friday April 19 for wife mur der revived after being placed In thc cftffln and when given to his brother at Sealey for burial was given medical attention It Is declared that Armstrong Is now living and that friends and relatives ulelkeeping the matter quiet fearing ttie state will again stepIn If Armstrong Is living he will be the only living man who has paid tire death p nnlty The fact that he waspro nounced dead at the hanging renders the state powerless to again enforce luedeiith penalty no nea rtcd Some Help The man who applied at Ueadquar ttors for a llt je help from the char table association sott forth his case with much tnict and moileratlon that tthe secretarj was beginning to be fa tral ly Impressedtd fllcnnt ask them to do too much the applicant said modektly You dIdelfcncytwos a real swell one Youths Com oanitp Way of Potting It Hpu ojd did you say she was looking eskauceat the strougmiiidcd daughter Twentytwo Gracbus but shes yqung for he- rglPhladelphla North American Dangerous LakeI SheThey say that sailing onlaUes consIdered for more dangerous than on the seakHeI guess thafs right Ive heard more engagements made In ajcano than on a stenmsulD Jin imor s n IttHe talk to th members of th rnorlcnn Press Humorists In Pa juliiin tile other day Bob Burdettu spoko olI the changes that have come ovor American humor Modestly enough ho he cquld not write successful hu mar today because there is no longer oiy demand br the humor that onlpager renders Hn bis heyday QP ii pro fessjonal htinibrlst The jokes aud sit uations iba4 appealed to people o pen ago v uld tint raise a suille to day Then tik bunter was long lrdvp Io imithumor of u crisper sort lOSt evidenced In the convijrsaMonal xjokf and the ephemeral pHragKlph Jony2r lepb tau Why Some Wanta Moved in Tl e chluch bug brought lutz to Mis souri the grasshopper brought tim ns- itor bean Japanese clover buttod In n nod alfalfa come as a matter of study This Is the conclusion which George B 1E111s secretary of the tate board of agriculture says tradition JustiUes When the chinch bug played havoc In the wheat of Missouri the farwera llooked about for some crop which would resist the Incursions of this pestilent Insect They found that for some reason the chinch bug did not p wotid not live upon tins hence they planted flax anti for a time southwest Missouri haji mtiuy holds of flax The castor beam was found by the former to be tho only grceq thing which the grasshopper did not cat hence JeW upon field of castor beans were plant Jed and to this day may bo seen iu this section of Missouri more than any wberd else In the state fields of this product Japanese clover caine from the southward and year by yeurlt la pushing Its way farther up the Ozarks and down thulrnorthiern slope It grows with little or no care Alfalfa thC most profitable1 hay crop Is to bo round In nearly every section of Mis souri where ten years agolUHo or noni was known Columbia Herald Icpr h Doming sue players scut thoiuselvfci rounfl the roJw and one hnll1g nnnounced llowIsbeturnt must say Cupid is coming unit ably yr absurdly1 or accidentally ov use Any other adverb ttcgiuiilng t ofleJsbeglullnlthe alphabet has been ufeed or the com pany wish to cluing thin saiiie Anyone failing to supply an adverb must pay a forfeit ImpossibleIsplaynldtbeWhat klad of play willdn1vdeeplyThats Ive sadlyniuttrdC9vn1nntl r AIVhcn Cold Starch flr ncit All articles that are heavy or that are wanted to veryhotstarchqdwUh Cider Jolly Allow a pound of granulated sugai to each pint of sweet cider Boll the elder twenty mhiutes add the sugar audboiruntll It jellies Lay six nice Malaga raisins in each glass and turn In the jelly Cover with melted paraf fin PISOS CUREA Painful Persistent Cough Constantbackingtissues to ravaging consumption The most obstinate and advanced cough iis readily rclicyed by Pfsbs Cure No other remedy has such a soothing and healing effect upon the throat and lungs For andCGIdJPisos Cure Is the Ideal RemedyJ COUGHS COLDS At H the Wist Strange Animal In the Malay archipelago is a much like the mythical dr repmI has false ribs that extend the thin and form ItS wings There are also a frog with spreading jeet that makes a parachute wfoVu enables It tp flit from tree to tree and a flying Ujnur that can spread out Its whole body like an umbrella and leap and fly a hundred feet at a time from the top of oue tree to another Conundrums Wiy are well fed chickens JIke Rue cessfnl farmers Because they are tiered with full crops If your nose was twelve Inches long what would It be A foot Why is the letter IL like the faice of Hamlets father It Is more in sorrow thvn In anger Why is Ireland like a bottle of wines Because it has a Cork in it The Oceans Depths Expert liydrographers say that In itt deepest parts the oceans waters are so dense that a sunken Ironclad would never reach the bottom V It Reached The Spot Mr B Humphrey who ovns a large general store at Omega O and 1s president pf the Adams County Telepfipne Co1 as well as the IJome Telephone Co of Pike county C1 says of Dr Kings New Discovery jIt saved my life once At least I think itdid It seemed to reach the spot the very seat of my cough when everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough sppt it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee aV Haydon Rpbertspns drug store SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Not Quite Clear I A well known clergyman Boston was onee talking to some friends with reference to the desirability of chron ological coherence In Ideas In the form of written statements when be observed that there are times when thj j method becomes a trifle too sugges Itlve For Instance said thespcnker1 rnce heard n minister In Xew Hainu shire make his usual Sunday wornlny anuouiucments as follows iTho Tuuernlof the late and tnuch iuinented sexton takes place on Wed nesday afternoon at 3 oclockIThanksgiving services will be held in this chapel on Thursday morning at U oclock Lippincottfs Kidney complaint kills more peo pie than anyother disease This la due to the disease being so insidious thatlt gets a good ijolp on thesystcm before it is ricpgalzed Foicys Kid ney Cure will pteve ttbe develop titnesold Deer Killa Bulldofl A bulldog and a deer fought for an hour or more on the trucks of the Clerciaiii and PIttsburg railway at the Bessemer ayenno crowing In Cleveland 0 It resulteU in the death of the dog under the huufa ottJ1 bleeding and almost spent deer When the deer which hud escaped from the zoorfan upon the trucks in the early afternoon the dog was at bis heels and is hclcved to haVo ruirstwil the deetturnedl eitd antlers charged time aud again atthe bulldog Which with chanicterls tlc tenacity returned as often to the attack It was not until more than au hour after the battle was first noticed by pmployccs of the National Refining company that the dog finally was ground uttdcr the heels pf the deer which Jumped from the truck at tho approach of a freight train Stone Was Notj Thrown Ino father occupied the pu hhn who Is without sits among you 1m first to cast a stone he chose for a text Qenevleve listened earnestly to tile ensuing discourse At the close of the service her mother tried lin vain to dislodge her from the ministerial pew Jenevleve stood her ground till the rest of the congregation had passed out then she looked upIwith n sigh pf relief Well she I guess thnyve all sinned nobody threw 1tNew York U Mldi ilcnrfle Uoi Db Well I suppose a mUll must have bin trials Iu this world And you have yours I Suppose Certainly Didnt you know I was married Chicago Post An mart o Define What ifiVour Idea of a smart set There are iiiffercnt kinds of smart sets answered Miss Cayenne Some of them nreO merely bad company In good clothesj TlIiusbo That Mrs Itcaktr dooKiit know her owji 11111I Perhaps not but she knows every bortr elsoVlIarnnrrf Wciklv rhe1T O5POIIe nnle You KfraMilis anti yoU pluyect s1fhttt rules ou the night ho ran till lids ozike re oelpts nouvjuas than While wi Mmwarlny was dis appearing taltltnaa Htrald Troubh llfct cayonnn icnpor is suet vary cctvpabp hi Itself but it gives scat to other tiuji L4lA Panther Now Elee1sutdJthmsclhoo1tcflChtet can votcHiI nt n pnnther is lIyClhJJnsrjun ibped the little miss He JUt a man Utt iiiuUths panths KVnenB Jt Independent J is t Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof fkmaleSome other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions 5esttiness cold limbs nervousness etc systemandof jt s Wine of eardm t i Mrs Annie Hamilton of 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COt s Ct a t JYho will be PRESIDENT This is a presidential year anti very man mtst read to keep posted n politics The O RIERjOURNAl HENRY WA11RS0REdithr 1 a Democratic Newspaper but It prints the news asit develops One dollar a year Is the priC oftfir rWeelly Courier Joaraal But you can get that paper anti The NewsLeader BO1aOEYEAR1WOR jSOif you willjgive send your order to this paper NpT lothe Courier Journalt r I Daily cfourler Journal 6oo a Year Sunday Courier na rJ200 a Year We can give you a obinatlonc t rate on these if you will write this paper 1rwean1 lrajrrjj pnririw the blood Cento bMl Un eraotl Ii WANTED Reliable eneicetc man tosell lubricating oils greas stand paints in Wasbing ton and adj lent counties Sal ary or commission STETSON OIL Co Cleveland Ohio The trouble with most cough cures is th ttheyot stipate Kenneds L azdtiv i Cough Sprup does notcon7 stlpate but oil tnt other hand iits lax athe princIples gently move the bowels It iis pleasant to take and si pedal y 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