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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 I BJA8UIII r I trli i C IN rJ J y x NOfi P U t c J VSPRINGFIELD WAHINtlfON COUNTY 1 KENTUCKYt MAY 21 1908 t 1 f100 fE8 YEAt 1 DKl F TRUSTY o MIkyer Harden I Barber i Jta11rOI1t nab1erjces 1lwo kkaannt SPIGFXE1Jt KY OUR DIRECTORY t coat aeafch IiwaaiiIto ipk11G1IZtD COtYmU s south It t LeXiflfiOfl 59 mile from txmJafUt OA B rd town ranoh ol LottfrtiHt ad Nashville i ilroad in i fvrmtoif Lad agricultural district wouks teleerapk aid telephone u UM pcOSe flo rmsluraber ffjVftr P 1atio 1700 populationipf hwuti1SOOS Hef emtatiyelM Congress Hon Ben JolMMHi rdstowji Ky 7 XepraemiiiiTe inlKeutucky Leffi at reHQ Wc McChord ltepiec tative in State Senate Hod 1rrTarvls Campbells vile Ely iTY1tkictOY- di ccWTComT1 Court beJin on t1e fourth ncwi f cri reb urysnd Octo t ei t LHiThiirmaB ledge IU L 4D rhanivCommbnwealtK At- a1ccy Robfe A NoeVClerk jtG teachmafa KasterCoinMlss J fIu 2t QUARTIR1 C9UR1 iQuaVterly Court ia heldon the third f Xoiidayin each mouth Is t B IfiLitsey Judge COUNTY COURT J Cb nyCut meets on thefourth vfomday in cach mouth is l41i4ts yJudge WE Booker County Cierkft T SMaye County Attorney George fcatleU Jailer t Sidney Oalwufne Sheriff S uiAderion Dick Isham Herbert Eddten ail 1 Deputies Bd Masters t JaaSs F Moore County Snryeyor T P QBryatf Assessor W T Jiitcheii Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer j Montgomery Coroner jJ W Bush Bapfe iof Coqjmoi Sbibol P O Springfield CITY COU1TfRIoePP1Qe iiIdgcij tJoW GracelMarshalj diw Grlgsby City Attorney ilJUSTICE COURT Ijnatlce Cqurts are Held in January Tnl v April and Octobor Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rer G W Lyon Pastor Ser Yice o1 the Pifstand Third Suudairs ineach month atila n1 and 730 p m SumuaySchool every Sunday atlO am Prayer ieting every Wednesday aigJab CATHOLICICBURCH Rev P JF Hennessav I Pastor Ser vices Very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock ai Services at St Rose saae hour i PRESBYTEE1AN CHURCH RAviRE C Larson Pastor reaohiugeVenY Sunday at 11 am and at1pm Sunday school every undy tlO am Prayer toeetin rYh qiLY evenn at 7 oioek BAPTIST CHURCH pel Rev Ji Wii aarrisop Williams Pastot PreachiHf every Sunday at 1 am and 74i PTB Sunday School every 5JnlayaJ930a Prayer meeting every TuWay evening at 745 oclock f pHRISTlAN CHUROH ReV W F Rogers Pastor Ser vices firstand fourtii Sunday Sunday chcpl fr30aim Is a Fraternal Order f I Ag6NICLODGE Sprlngfleidlojge e s j 50 meets first and third Monday cack aioath WsUHitifftpn RA Chapter No 57 eats every second Tuesday BpriHjrfield Council o52 aeetson- ierrloHrtbiMoHayt LWIGZT of TzNAcAzsMeet r yc I ir cachmo Kodol For- n6igestion tat Guarantee CMMA If dr 1MIbitw hfr er ate MUM I osa bot1y kact bcn =h TQ yiY aM Riirb It at Ult NtWIY esi tll t Jna JM T S =WhatYouEat ikSLSt mck SretftSS gUm CO ClaIrtiIuJl- EDCROSS DRUG STORE i v r w TII TIlE NEWS=LEADEE ISERWSitYOL CTIOALDENTIST 1 3 OBSERVATIONS 1 r i iiH MOO To The Knocker t t Why go knocking knocking knock Ing all the time and everywhere JDontyou know that men vill dotibt you if your words are never fair Why insist that Smith has never done- a thing to merit praise Why point out the faults of Adam or Vantorleys foolish ways Why not dwell sometimes on subjects of a cheerful hopeful kind IWhy keep hunting rot the troubles findmywhen you often if you would Might discover fairl excuses to be goodfDont soon or late must think that yqu If you see no good in others lack the manly virtues too eringpieresnatlChicago Record Herald 1T WELL PITTED The Marl Jij on Gojunty Leader last lyeek saysqCWhenwe consider how c mplete are our lives our liberty nlourpoperty inthe hands of the judges of our courts how they can play with the ono or the other even as axcab does with a mouse and make of them the same end it n iist becpme ap pearent to every thoughtful person that judges are cf ten se le ted with only a modicum of pare when the greatest interest of society demands the most ex acting scrutiny Mr John W Lewis will make an ideal JudgQ so well fitted is be by nature arid trained by education for so responsible a position 7RARDBLOWThe jury in Xi the Federal Court which fixed the punishment of those night rfdeTs who were charged wih having whipped Mr Hall lllowell in Caldwell county at a tine of 535000 delivered a stinging blow at thepastimof night riding arid klukluxing which has been indulged in to a great extent throughout the tobacco districts much to the disgrace of Kentucky The good people of Bracken county should cer tainly lend every encouragement possible to the authorities in the effort to bring about the onvic tiou of the guilty parties The Courier Journal in commenting on the situation says The be gining of the end of nisjhv riding is at hand Considerable litiga tion to fix responsibility kfor the crimes committed in the tobacco districts is to come in criminall and civil courts and no doubt in- State and Federal courts To the end that the mills of the gods which are slow enough in any event shall grind as rapidly as may be and excef dlnglv fine withal the authorities should and doubtless wrll exert every eff rt to bring 6 proper punish ment vt tnesses who sear false alibis for night riders A few examples of whatmay be done tomen who can be Drpcured to aid in the m nufac alibis would prosecution gofar and urjurjof thp expenses of ver diet Paducahat although a stockdolager fun the oi jht riders of Caldwell was men ly a lick and apromise to the night riders of Kentucky t put 4ew meaning Intoan old phrase Persons who have contemplated doing any little kindness to0 neighbors in the way of appearing as alibi witnesses regardless of the law and the factsor whom be ap be tUPOI such matter would do yell to reflect that p rjury is felony and stand from underwhile there is yet timei at- Q HORI C opT at the to JLJy baccp crop in Washington county will be decidedly sbott- tbis year jis coacedt by everV- one Several things have con luired to bring about this state affairs In the first place th- eccrop for 1908 moiement- had a good many converts in the county and manygrowers Vojun ta ilj decided to cut out the cropland not a few others were perauaded to leave off tne Dlant injf of thcrop rather than to oart trouble wnich appealed to belhrtfteniDst from many sides Another frfc or and the most 2 effecti ve one has entarefl into f the tight against the no crop movement awl that iis the weather Up to the present time there could scarcely have been found a more unfavorable season or the planting df a tobacco crop The rains have been so continuous that the far meis have had practically no opportunity to nrepaYe ther ground for the setting out of a crop Plants are alsgsaid tOb pJarjIters I owing to threats from night Pridersat the time and the few who plantIi timid neighbors by sharing their plants with them Many who ut1plantingextravagant prices for plants in the beds but find them hard to buy When yongthink of indigestion think of Kodoljforitisi without doubt the bnly preparation thattcomyletely digests all iclaSses ot food and that ishat need when you have in digestion or stomach troublesome thingthat will acepramplYbi1t thoroughly souethinjj thatwill g sight at the trouble and do the very work itself for the stomach by dij j gestingthe food that you eat and l that is Kpdol It is pleasant to takej It issoldby the Red Cross Drug- Store yvTTAFineStock Farm 7 Mr Hunter Masdu one of the most prominent brokers in Lou isyille lus an elegantlv equipt ped stock farm a few miles from Louisville and has at theheadj of his stud tbat handsome and game sod of old Cnesjer Dare 10 Chesterfield Chesterfield is a most prolific Breeder with a wonderful head and is ill every sense of the word afine horse tMrall of the most fashionable strains he having expendjed much time andmoneym thef accummulaUon of the very best registered stock obtainable tutt the State The saddle horse breeders are 10 be congratulated on the acquisition to the ranks of this Chesterfield gentleman abeis a man of extreme cul ture and refinement farmers Home Journal ftPeWitt tAttle Er1y Risers are small and safe and ufe arid gentle little little pills Soldby Red Cross Drug Stoiiev Pool Wool Crop i The farmers of Harrison acd Franklin counties have pooled their wool and it is hoped to iq iuce allthe counties in the Blue- Grass sections to join with them Owing to the material decrease in the price paid by buyers forI wool in its natural state iris be lieved by forming the pool theI old price car be realized It is said that wool thig season is low er than iit has been for mary years which is said to be due to the closing down of the plants of the woolen manufacturers for the time being At the beging of the season ivool brought 2Q cents then it went to 19 18 and much lastifThe wool season begs about April lothj wnen the farmers beI gin to shear their sheep andI 1Atsl until about June Js oollgmade by the manufabtures on- cuntofthe ac universal uso of sisal for the Children 1 to succeed these pays you must have plenty of grit cour ge strength How is it me children Are they WithI pals delicate Don Ayers Sarsaparilla You j puredndgeneral health in every way The children cannot ponlbly lucre iood hell th rule tile bowels are m proper condition tor 1 ct any conitlp tloh by small laxatlvo am otterlI11gU yegetablosugarcotetl- w trXadby301jerOo u1hH lflMCttri of 100e7eive noaeoret1 W jsubllth ttta formuUrf of all our medlolcei J twine in tead of the hard Jiemp twine iin tying the bundles Little flakes from this sisaltwine lget iin the wool and it gpes through all the processes manufacture and cannot bs eliminated Harrodsburg Democrat ilrs S Joyce Io8 gnlllvan street Claremont N Hf writes Abous a year ago I bought twp bottles of Eoleys Kidney Oure It cured me Q- fa cevere case of flney trouble of several years standing It certaiqly is a grand good medicinerand heart ily recommend it Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store InNanieQnly A special frm Washington Pa says Stephen Girard and Grover Cleveland now occupy cells in the Washington county heIfoundErofais charged with stealing 200 feet of wire Cleveland who- 5aJ1s he never occupied the Presidential cfiair was jailed forjriding frelg it trains Another spec ial from PhilA delphia says William Jennings Bryan fell into a coal bin Jut iI wasnt Willie from Nebraska tGiVe Chamberlains CottghRstnad Cwill keep the ccugh loose expet torrtlon easy and render the fitu o coughing andlssJsevere It is safe and sure For sale by the Red Gross 13rutr Stori Seek to eIDdafeBpsinessc iHopkinsyille KvMav 15 Merchdnts of Pembroke hove received night rider letters goodsfrU1Hopkinsville and Clarksville The letters were typewritten signed MN R and were maijed op the train It is not believed that the association is behind he movement as the tobacco buyers of both cities are buying- asscciationtobadc every week and mGeh 0f the former bad feeling has disappeared The letters are probably the result of a woVniemtto benefit the other towns at the expense of Hockinsville and Clarksville The Wjrhiugi have had no per eeptible effect on ttire business pf Hoptdnsville and they dOnot appear to be taken seriously Valued Same as Goifl B G Stewart a merchant ot Cedar View Miss says i tell mycustqj Dr1mugs tifor biliousness Sold under guarantee 12c Marion Circuit Court i Inj thq civil division of the f court the following eases were dispbsee of- MarvM Wilson c vs Geo E BeaU and others appeal from the county court and ageed order was entered by which Mary B Beall shall receive 1450 cash in llsetUement oE H hecu6s of the interest on 3000 during her liCecThe suit of 0 B Cal 1weU1 against Edbt BAnister was dis missedj Mr Baniser gave up the mare in controversy andl pall thje costs The case of G F Hughes Admr vs Agnes Hughes c appeaVirom the county court t the appeal was dismissed The judgment remains as entered inl the county court J A Brbthers was adjudged Ito be of unsound mind nd orr deredto be sent to Lakeland The suit ofJ R Hendrickson vs J A Thomoson seeking damages for alleged false arrest and imprisonment resulted in a verdict for Thompson W B Higdon and J L Lyons were adjudged liens In the sum of p6 and 100 respectively on the house uridjotofR T Gard ner at Loretto and sale ordered to satisfy their debts Rogers and Kelly Admrs ca vs the heirs qf JG Pnillips deed an order wasentered for a partial distrlbuti m of the assets 1000 to Mrs Ph Hips iOCO to Mrs Hundley 5000 toT 0 Phillips and1 5000 toMi s Bur ton Phillips A judgment was entered in the caao of Shipp c ys Ship c for a sae of 160 acresof land on Scotts Ridge arid a distribution of ilie tie livepioceeds among II heirs t r II rna suit for the settlement of the estate of Albert Mntungly t decd the sale ora tract ofi32 acres ofland 3 miles soutli west i o Efebanon and a tract of 87 + t acres was ordered Mrs Joe Hf Johnson was adjudged alien on same 0t92414 and Miss Nannie MattjngJy a lien for 30914 The grand jury onvenedIt t Tuesday and returned five in jj li4tinnts 3 for gaming and 2 for selling liquor in local option tterritory They reported their work finished and were finally IibargedMarionFa1cjn f t Insist upop DeWitts Witch Haze Salve There are RUbstitutes but there is only one origional It is Iia heiling soothing and cooling and st especially good ftjr piles Sold oy the haeI This and Chairand art of the mos com filete o furni and jjust the for your cbi I Cut I Pir jof Positive Mr LGCRIkBI has never found but one of the dogs that damaged him to the tune of 286 by break lug iinto hs flock and killing Afstat2 to Sid Marimon a tenant on the farm Mr Marimon di not believe his dog was guilty so price was set on the do with the that af ter hwas executed IfproOfwa nut thathe had been implicated in the sheep killing then Mr Riker was to pay the price agreed on as the value of the dog After the dog was shot be was dissected and a gallon sheeps blood and ball of woot i were found in his stomach TJhis convinced Mr Marimoiu iIititlis dog wasguiity as chargi ed in the indictment and had met his just desserts So Mr Mari mon got ni pay for his canine Herald A livlaq Skeleton is the final condition of any child that has Worms iii Uves Think of haying something in your stomach that eats all you take nourishment f Nine tenths of fhe babies have worms may be yours has Be cer taint sf has not by giving it Whites Cream Verrnlfdgeit expely Warm tQiiO for the bab u Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Croll6 Drug Store Horses Killed night lightning killed two horses for Mr Ruth ardA Vandivier who livfs on the Oorniahvtlle road The animals ere standing about 150 yards from the house in a litMe valley Mr fatherI and mothar who live with him ate both very illin bed alfdMr Vandivier was sitting up with them The shock tthat killed the horses jjirred the furniture in the house to such an extent l thatit rendered his mpther uncon l scious One of the animals was a Norman horse which weighed 4500 pounds and which Mr Van divier says he would not hae 500 for and tbe other animal was valued at lOOHar rodsburg Herala as Y Curefofr Croup Besides being an cxcclle remedy for colds and throat troubles Cham s soon the cough appears thio aemedy wilprcyent the Attack It Js1sedsuccessrutly in many thbus nds of homes Fqr sale by Hay don Robertson t I I We are Adding to our Immense STOCK W FURNITURE II IIs t Everyday until now we have everything the lIsek eperIIcan ask for We have these goods direct from arid consequently can giye prices that shciuld sell them We have goods and prices to suit allII Combination Rocker Hip Goc One pieces 11ture Price thing 350 d I THISROGKER Oats Roded Arm Highly Polished I5oid Just Like For IOOj and Riker understanding forthcoming at U as it OnWednesday Vandivitrs Umequaled unequaJedIas croup I II- s I factory bought I Harxodsburg iNow1 is the time IIt- o Ir buy Hammocks Baby Car V ages and Screen Goods CLowDont Fail to See Owij i Collapsable The Thing 0 GoCarIII Ito fy i 3 I Three Floors offurnitureCill anfl seeOr Stock and be convinced I teachrnari 8 CampbellPa LiiIMlt ii i = t J 1RI1 r J irTilE CAMPAIGN IS iV1 f Who WiJI Be President 4 I tSP4UP Tofl m yur opJntonsand keep in toch witb tidII progress of the campaign you willI need firsc1waIpapers We have marie a special arrangement irfiticKr Jiyou c n get the i Daily CourierJouraI i I 1 1r ORii 1JfROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 11908 AND T b v 40 I r ttTh NewsLeader IV For One Year for at QHIy l v200 v r I r gives tn a live metropolitan paper through the 3 campaign and the election Order today as sibscrip hon Will stat with issue Jof day order is receIved No J hick numbers canbe sent jThi spciai campaign oer is in erect only durbng June July and Aqgust and no subscriptions will be re ceJvedat the rcduedrte after August31 under zay f circumstances Send your sub criptions orders to t1i paperNOT to the COURIER JOURNAL oV TIMES cc4 iaff1 Fair View Death visUed the Rome of Mr Berry Pihkston May 12 nd palled there from his son Eddie He was bprn Aug 1st 188HI fCuneral was held by lijv EversoIeaiMt Zion Thurs Jay the text was Rsmember now thy Creatorjn the day oi libyyouthtJHis pill bearers ere Gilbert Hat in Steve iScott Gilbert Chesser Dave Harq sty Snelt Montgomery j and J Mr Barlow Eddie vras HelItel to wliom we extend our deepest sympathy Mrs Mattie Bayne and son Jobnie visited the home of Mr T W Hays Thursday night Fred Cheatbamsolaaunch of shoats to Howard Tat am Willie Chesser of Louisv lie visited his grandfather jfei Carney Friday Florence Ada and Stanley Cheatham visited thejr brother BertCheatham Saturaay night Bro Benight preached his farweli sermon at New Hope Sunday y It is the regret of the people that he must leave us but he leaves asweet thought iff our meuory by having known him A Happy father soon turned to a said one ift o walk the floor every night with a crying baby McGeeJs Baby Elixir will make the child well soothe its nerves induce healthy norinaLsluni er 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 Red Cross Drag Store Nine Men Held For Whipping farme adez Ky May 16Judge Bin Igham held tbenine mon arrested for whippng J D Coffey fie lernooDICoffey positively land told a sustained story of yjnglIto1 l this afbrnQoh the prosecuting witnesses were unable to idtnti the prisoners and they were accordinglydischarged Soldiers under Major Bassett and Capt- Gievsou rrived here today fCofey and his three sons testified that on Sunday March Hugh Wallace as leader of the mnn came tohis hou eand1n sisted that he join tlrn night riders Wallacejar said Vo have told GoiEfey that tkere was bttti ness at Golden POnd to beatd ed 10 and Coffey help WM WdH ed i After the itts4Oeo- nd GUsWen Coffey iaid that Wallac nd his bAid y1titfClhi eight aDds him la hec cp the bacccFrank Ht lc4terthe evi l ItHA iJWR H i 1 d 4 Ji This dence of Coffey swore oat four warrants against Trifg oowity men for whippingi him McWS1 lht T l States It any one hat any tio was tel virture ot Foleys KidMy Care tHjr need only torefer toVMr AJiris H Stimpson of ilUajmtfe COM who after almost lo iBf tojfetf rt coveryo ftccountof tkfaUce of So many remedies finallytniifleyi Kidney Cnro which ksa ia jUt the thing fohIas feub4 ItlesutedhtrB cornpletelye KeIJI J entirely wellland tree tro ttMsUfferingjitcjdent to aM IS trouble Sold by the edr MBi Store c r Leap For Life t t The automobile of Mr G Bj i Marks the well know lw Wman of Springhld 1ieft titi J road and leaped Oftr U abk ment of the bridge intoPittaaa creek about two mib from town on the Lebanon pike MNMI day morning ttMllMf m t smashing the AacltiMi M slightly lipjaring Mr Harki Ia4 bis comPanion and piartaer Mr Clifton Green 4 f fThey ckwm UMi long grade on theIIOrIIIWe W Pitman creek atthe raie ot attfcit thirty miles an boar when UM J1 steering gear refoeed to work j and jnstead of makraff tbe ornrr with the rota tbeclDe w4 t in the opposite directx Ai leaped into the water kelow HM bridge Fortunately tbac1iiis landed on its wbeete witbovt tUEnin over but tb joh WM to f 4 severe that ths achiaery mm put outof coiomiMMa the fros4 axle being brpkem Ute kiMazie Jsprung water boxcrackW sad various other parts Mere or kei damaged In the Ifap Mr Gree a thrown from the MeeliiM ieY his ankle WM broijed ad spnfai ed and he was sUghyjr ijisnt JIMrf fand went down trlfe end of WK iWIhe received iad iui1jf im4 from the frighi and t jthodTe the siddea rtap r d He walked iMoi Iowa abcwrt tntb4 oclock add secured a b and wtafc bck a4 temMr l I wreck to ih Ccmptoeikrllk chine shqp whets Mi A Q Burrej ttoceedfd la jtiHIng U tat rousing order bj liz jafcodk that evening J vMt Green e4urfld boeM em r 1M aheinbpq WaHI ittiirli 1batiredlat 1 poe be4eIl Qd bawe lhayhsel btsg 1 eotriy Cmpbsti4 qairr OioLeta1o t f r fit wsas u ce i cadw4iM fl ti4LlM to vISIt J j siItablets ets GplJadeoI QrIao MtM CrosIDruftotis pIlls Id usldt NIII D- iDrosps M Oa I w BJ IIIWSIMEBilNuMi- iiJiYMtTTgPMPXT t SPMIIGPILDJYic Ii1r LDAVISONJr TXJD4Y AYiBoB4 fell Coacr IWei PnUth red to annonnQC JllfrB LXOHNSON asa candMat hr dcelAKt9 CoBigrress from this t Pirik J ressional iDistrictr- cti0 tdIk tile action of tile DeKeatk Party 1 2 2FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to amnoumje A Q XimlHill ai a candidate for the ttomi 4 tiffW Sheriff of Washington t1je t to the action of the Dcocratcparty e utIesRichard kIo4t km D Campbell WiJl Merrltt BuGien ndBubert Virgins 4 WEars authorized to annpunce S- sJ Afer e as a candidate for Sheriff f ITMkiBfftQa county subject to the t ctio ot the Democratic party Dimilfei H B Eddleaan Sam Hale Gew P relLaad Bytom Croake w1 i +was chosen as the pc JuM11tixed as the i daWforW lialdingofthemo crmtte fiUte Contention by the i DeJWcratic State Executive CcLittee This acti nwas iatat an executive session ichlpt ofily two mihutes The otilOd1socI r Louisville andsix for Lekingtdh Chair aam lIcQuonn broke the tie ti iQ4i ioLerington The com min y ted for the con YMtional follows For Lcuis IvjllerBradiey Roark H isdm- anRo1Tiwnand Hald eman For LtxiBf Ion Ayers Spalding lif Fitl1 Young and Fogg Ltfialative district mass cqu Veritipns to select delegates to- the State Conventioq were called cq Aby the committee for Saturday Jiaa fl The committee adopted Iaret lion indorsing Bryan fur Presidentand pledging Ken ckJto him The resolution was offfered by Comraitteemau Rouse nd seconded by Col flaldeman It was adopted after one discussion as to the adYIS ability of taking any action at this tier t 1 The public will be gld to learn that tne irJ1tover the city printing among the Louis grille papers has been settled It iis immaterial how it is seltleja Tneimportant point is that it is tttltcl b Troops were sent to Adams opunty Ohio on request 0- 11farp1erof that sectioni who f ar el afraid on their to jacco bed EltiW 11a4 itnc PrBfercnCBI I Mr End C Hanrahan 3 prom nent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past sx years j have sild atdrecommcnded Chamberlain jGolic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy qci It ill ajrreat reoedy and one of flit iestpateut medicines on ibe market i handle some others for the t ot t1 Sp rpostbat pay me a larger profit butthT Mwiedy is so sure to effect a area B ctstomerkocertain to appreWwy recomniending itt bimtlve it the preference orsaIbyEIiy1on Ibirtoa 1 1t TwentyEight Beds Scraped fZj 0In Henry tJr t R NewCastleKy May8 Night ridersi irfated t havoc neat f r CampeI18bqrg in Henry countj- SitBrday night They scraped t v ntyeight tobacco beds anc no one knew 4f their work unti Sunday morninj The on1 clew they left vas the tracks ol i StR bber tired buggy througl jfeabe Edrlngto4wbeat field i A LIb4ire Ie ce was cut tsi 9l t giTf pasagforthe vehicle i The jpffqj rjjpho suffered dt not bel og1the Society if Equity They are W N Tiy Mpr jiike dringtun Johi Lyons M L Oren MLScpt Jon lianddell William Bren rams Clark and Charles Row- liod Aiooiwsd ovet wd riot deeds of the jaigfi tt TideriS JIsB F Hill annoubc dvtbiV- MoriiBjf that he would at one prgaviM a company of men to jjitroltht county day ard night aH4r veni further distruciion J 9 n tsr- f 4itkt M CNr Cistwiiers i Weareyliased to announce tba T43r a JSMijrand Tar for cough r o ii aRtLlag trebles Is not affee i 4irth fatio kl RreFood aHr Di Jaw i1t fcdetaiiABrio opiates piis fI k1iiP and weecom ha1eTearc4Y forchildret riuutl 1fSJt1TYCe Rd Crtis fr iT f j iiOiI cif tt Z The WIJIisburgI bp I lisburgon the 2ih of this month Everybody invitedtQ come Mr Montgomery of near Bardstown was buried here Monday Rev bims conducted be funeral service We oxendS jur deepest sympathy oereaved family Mr W T Wells and son are yisiting relntives in Lavrrence I5urlrthrs week Quite a number from here at tended the funeral of Eddie Pinkston at Mt Zion last Thurs day Mr Milton Grider and wife visited Mr Everett Scruggs family Saturday and Sunday The infant ql W B fehirley died Monday morning We de sire to extend our deepest sym pathy to the father and mother Mr Everet Scruggss baby iis very ill of pneumonia Mr Steve Colyin visited his brother Mr John Colvin Monday 7 From Another Correspondent Mr arid Mrs WalterDerrin get of Valley Hill spent Satur day with his sister Miss Edith Brown of Shelby vUe isVisitin relatives here Mr Stapp dughqi and sister Saturday1I3orn Pink op on May 12th a boyj W E Hughes bought a h rse of Everett Scruggs for 85 t Little Emmett Scruggs who is tlwith pneumonia is some better at this writing The remains of Elb ridge Mont someiy of Bardsto n were brought here and laid in FaIr view cemetery Sleet Pnkston Jeft here last Monday morning for DeKalb 111 where he will make his future home The decoration hasbeen changed fr mthe 23d to the 28th of May Mr S G Yeager was in Bloomfield Saturday on business There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Shoop that Will positively stop any pain anywhere in 20 min utes Druggists everywhere sell them Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but they stop other pains as easily as headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away frcm pain centers that is all Pain comes from blood pressure congestion Stop that pressure with Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pain islnstaritSy gone 20 tablets 25c Sold by Red Cross Drug Store- Tick CreekI Henry Lawrerc Vkapped a tvporyear old filly to Robert Milton for a seven yearold horse ivicg him 50 to boot Chas Hall bought of Robert Milton a 2 year old filly for 42 Mrs Magie Mobleysoldtnrfe Iogs to Erastus Case PAtt unknown I Mr ohn Best froni near Texas visiiedi his sister Mrs Rachel Atiderson last Sunday j Mr Wesley Taylor of Rattle visited bis sister Mrs Carte lallllalst Wednesday Miss Ida Haydoi is visiting relatives in your i iwn Marcus and Mandville Law encfe yisited their uncle VmI Elliott of Long Run Sunday Chas Hall and sister Lucy at DeepCreeKl Harry Hajdn was at Ma irIvilla Sunday Mr Prentice Mayes of Prar thprs Creek was the pleasant nest ofMislMalY RoweSatur day night Misses Nel and Jennie Biydon isitpd Misl Parthena Taylor Tuesdaylevening S T Stump and jfamily spent Sunlday with J Oi Hilton aric ife Mr Shannon Thompson of Mackville called bn his best girl at this place Sunday eve Mr John Tobin s haying his residence and stock barn repaired Work dope by Wm Young a Mr Tom Siaton and Mr Young of Beech Grove called on Misses Ida and Maggie Lawrence Sunday A Smile Is pretty hard thing to accompHsh vhen youre blue bilious and out of orts Tnereisa su4cire f raH Kinds of totnach ad liver com olaints constipation jind dyspepsia Ballards Herbine is mild yet abso lutely effective in all cases Price JO cents per bottle Sold by the Red Cross Drug store H11Isbcrr iNews Isvrfscrce this week u11 will tty ant ifill my space We suggest that there iwill be i decoration at the HiUsboro viijetery next S ifcurday eveningf lay 23 We cordialy invite everybody to attend Ml Henry Sims and rife Al bertHinesand wife dinea at the familySundaytMissB ssie White was accorn panied to Htllsboro Sunday by SpringtieldAlbert HieaSdfdria bunch of at hogs to Mike EhzgeraldIor 49 Mrs Mattie Inman ondiEthelr rl j r PAINPtfa lthe lu 4pin urwhtn MeW r ramu5kbl Dr o M k I ThaiabietUed r bletoieoueJtsetrectl rtnJoc l7deucbtfaLGetIT booth saMrit manlr ecUl1ielIM blood da- n latlOB haft a JuadacW Wi Wood praamIf iti palatal peWods with I1e same causeS bloodeOoeeUobioo4 dIstrIbuteIbe certainty for Dr Shoopa Headache Tablets stop presrowBraise ellnellcon18IWepafaiIaIW atlS ceaa nd cbetzliy reeoi4 Dr Shoops HeadacheI I spentWednrsdavwith Suttof1bfenwjck offatMr Davie Hines who has been inOldhamtownMondayMr Bill Ijpgsdon of Indian apolis Itid iisiai our midst wasinLitscMr Sanford White and bride of Lebanon lave moved in the house with hlj father to make his home thip year We are glad to have them in our com munityto help us in our Sunday Schoolllas they are good workers Prather and Bros sold a niceI WIYj Misses Pearl and Myrtle Arm strong attended show day at- RockbridgeSundaVl Mr Otis Harmon purchased a nice mare and colt for 120 J C Settles bought the LssBrown place for 160 joinedtheregret to see him leaveIA great many people imagine they have heatt trouble when the fact is that the whole trouble lieu in thej ktomach The pain in the sidef around the region of the heart is not necessarily heart troubl We sug gesc that you start with the atom ach and whenever you feel a depress- Ion after eating or whenever your food seems to nauseate take Kodol It will not be veryilong until all theseJ heart bains will dissappeari akeI Kodol now until yon know you knoV you are right again 1 here isnt any doubt about what it will do and you i +piJl find tb truth of ibis statement verified after you have used Kodol for a few weeks It is sold here by Rhe Red Cross Drug Stor- eMaekviIIcI tSVMr Ed win Parks of Danville was in town WednedavhMr Less Bottom and Mr John Raney were in Perrpville Sunday Mrs Edd Britton and Mrs John SheWmaker were in Bar rodsburgtsbbpping Wednesday Mr T J Miller and wife of TVillisburg spent unday with Mrs Lizze Adams Messrs Toe Wycoff and Zelbart SprrngtieldTuesday c Miss May Haydon lefts Tues day for several weeks Visit with riands in Indianapolis and Louisville Mr George Kightley and wife spent Sunday at the house h1ueIof Mr W B Hatqhett in Har rodsburg i Mr Chas Dicker son and Mr Rufus Foster the telephone managers from Springaeld were n town Pr iday afteruopg Mr W P Hal bett was in Louisville Moudayon business Mr James Isham and familyi are attending the Beaumont l commencement at Harrodsburg j this week Mr William Lear iis visiting t his daughters Mrs Walter ihotnpsuu and Miss Zula Lear at Indianapolis this week t Mrs Lula Wvcoff and Miss Minerva Raybounie were at Pleasant Grove Sunday after noonMiss Chapunweeks with Dr and Mrs W T Barnett has returned home Mr Edgar Willson and Mr PleasantGiy j Mr 0W CIder lleft Monday for Indianapolis Mr and Mrs Wm Ray bourne and daughter Margaret Stee spent the latter part of last week with relatives near Harrodsburg- Dr and Mrs W R Thompson spent Sunday he home of Mr R B Hutchett near Lebanon Me Joe Campbell of Louisville FridaV T Miss MaegiejMae Hyatt who Golden lyandottes AND Buff orpbin ton Ii Two of the best and most popular breeds Bred from the very best strains Egggr11 Pe1ij S t1I1factiongiira e lsO it CLMENTS KyPIij 1 J us teen attending school at the BowlingGrenMr B D Latch BJld Mr P G McElroy of Springfield were in town Wednesday Mr Henry Graves arid wife were in Springfield Sunday be lug caned there by the illness ol MIs Manriip Mn Mil Ian who is very low with pneumonia Dr Hat of Willisburg was In towiTbursdayS Mrsij D S Yancey and son Georgia were in Barrodsb rg Sunder Mr Herbert DeBaun of Cornish ille was here Wednes day Mrs J B Peters and Mrs J M Smith visited relatives id Garrard cocnty the latter part of last week Mr Orcenith Peter and wife were in Springfield Thursday Mr J G Howell visited friends at Pleasant Grove last week Mrs WP Hatchett and Miss Mag Rosa were in Springfie d shopping Tuesday Rev Walker atended the Distric Conference at Hebron last week- TE SMART SET Kidney complaint kills more peo pie than any other disease This iit due to thedisease being sojnsidiobs that it gets a good holp on the system before it is recofjnize4 Polcys Kid ney Cure will preveut the develop- mentof fatal diseases if taken time Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Wore News fromi the New England States It any one iiasatiy doubt as to the virtare of Fol ys sidney Cure they need only t rfer to Mr Alvin H Stimpson of TillimanUc Conn who after al nost losing hope of re co ery ou ac ount of the failure of so baby rem dies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cur which he says was just the thin for him as four bot tIes c retl him completely fleisAow entirely well arid free from all the incident te all kidney SfISfItfetf Sold by tbe Red Cross Diu Hardest Schoolhouse- Mr Eddie Pinkston departed this life may 12th 1908 after a jlingering illness of about five months of that dreaded disease J tuberculosis His age was 21 years and he gave himself to ageThej ducted by KeVi Eversdle on Thursdayj and the remains were then laid to rest in the Mt Zion cemetery We extend ou neart felt sympathy to the be reaved ones in theif ad affliction Mrs Eliza Mitch el and Jittlel grand daughter Katherine Wil liams spent Sunday with Mr Walter Lewis and family lThereurriv lat the home of Mr J M Sales the 16th at fine girlrWearvrysorrybut woo can not inform the Hillsb ro correspondent when there tilk be preaching at the Hardestv Schoolhouse again V puithased3 Miss Sadie Trent who hs been attending college in Louis yule has returned home Mr R Lray and sisters iMissts Martha and Tda attended church at New Hope Sunday and took dinn r with Mr and Mrns CP Goaiey Mr Dock Cummins of Louiii villp is visitin his sister Mrs TJTrpl1tJ jSON LOOK R Mr John Riha of Vinf agt 1a4 says I have been selllrfff DeWitts Kid ney and Bladder Pills for about a year and tltei give better satisfaction han any pill I ever sold There are dozen pcople here who have used themand th6v Rive perfect satlsfact J every case I have a usd them m self with fine results Sold by h4Red Cross Drug Store 1Wool Wanted Higest cash prices paid for wool Will receive at points to suit the farmer GIBBS MC LPRE MAY S 4t Spiingfield Ky Weak women shouli read my Book No4 Tor Women It was written expressly for women jvho are not well The Book No 4 tells orDr Shoops Night Cure and jjust how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be successfully ap plied The book and strictly confiI entfrelyji The Night Cure is sod Red Cross Drug Store PaintedIIBuggies I am prepared to paint buggies and carriages m first class style Bring on jour buggies and I will guarantaesatisfaction At the old Oasdy shopr BUD POPE t Itggs Eggs Eggs For saie from pura bred SOB- Leghorn stock PricelCO forI5or 150 fur 30 MRS L N BEED j R PD No3 PILES get immediate relief from Ur SiNsJII O1ntwM- j I For Spavin r Curb or Splint I Sloeavs InxiirveixtIs unsurpassed U pcnerrares and relieves pain very quicklyneeds very little rubbing anaIdoes not leave a scarcer blemish An antiseptic remedy for thrush fistula and any abscess v PRICE 255O Zi JOO SloanTreoHse on PoultrySentAddress Dr Earl SSloon Boston M055U JA MAN THE NATION REQUKK3 John A Johnson the Ideal tocupant of the Presidential Chair As president Gov Johnson would have the qualities that might described as llogically and historically needful at this tithe representing both In thought and by concrete achievement all of the progressive reforms to which the American people are now thorough ly committed His personality and hIs methods are such that coming into office after the strenuous and even terrifying political and financial ex periences of recent years he would be prepared to hold all that has been gained restore an era of good feeling and smoothly and comfortably prepare the way for such additional advanced leglstatio as the times rrq ire in a word Gov Johnson Is precisely the kind of a leader the nation requires at this time ready for new legislation to meet new needs but careful and eon servative in his methods The same confidenceinspiring votegetting at tributes that have made Gov John son so popular In Minnesota that there is absolutely no question that he could carry the state as the Demo cratic presidential nominee will make him equally popular with the vpters of the nation once they have an op portunify to become acquainted with the man Every political campaign has its in dividual conditions It is fpund in this contest that Gov Johnson possesses strength peculiar to him alone and by which he is certain to bring to the Democratic partynipwards of a million votes In the middle west that have hitherto been Republican This condi tion insures beyond a reasonable doubt victory for Democracy and Gov Johnson in the following states Min nesota North and South Dakota Illi nois Wisconsin Iowa Kansas Ne Washinpton PLATFORM BROAD AND STRONG Declarations of Gov Johnson All Dem ocrats Will Indorse ManIThe from Minnesota be Htfves in the immediate revision the tariff to the end that artkles ofIcontrolled in America by Illegal Immoral combinations may be deprived of their tariff power to rob the community He believes that tariff re- vIsIon Is one of the most important works for the correction of the abuses countryae of government by the people i volves the least interference by federal with the domestic affairs of the powertt consistent with efficient ministration He believes In the constitution For a president he says to go outside the constitution even to accomplish a beneficent purpose is to enter the road that leads to the destruction of republics r He Is pjppoBod to the government ownership of railways Tby state or ha tlbn but as his act show is a strng believer In Just and rigorous reguia He Is opposed to oversea expansion consolldaItlonHe is opposed to great military esItablishments but believes that size of the American navy must neces sarily be determined to some extent by the naval activities of other coun tries He Is opposed to shipsubsidies You cant kill combinations he says but when they come In IndlvtdualstheyHe believes in an income tax He believes in the just and equal enforcement of llaw and that the ob servance of the law is an incumbent upon the rich and powerful as upon the poor and weak LESDERIN INSURANCE REFORM I Whole Country Benefited by Action of Gov Johnson Having had some valuable experi once Injeorganlzlng a powerful Minne spta iInsurance company Gay Johnson was well prepared to deal with the emergency which arose when the corruption and extravagance of the management of thp great national Insurance companies was revealed lifeJ 1905 In November of that year he wrote a letter to President Roosevelt which placed him in the front rank of national jeaders In this letter the governor suggested a conference of governors and attorney generals to be called by the president at Chicago The conference was helb lithe followI log February and Gov Johnson as iU chairman and dominant figure named the famous committee of fifteen whose recommendations were embodied in the law in Minnesota and in about a dozen other states While the momentous decision re cently given by the supreme court In similar cases coming up from North Carolina and Minnesota may have the Affect of invalidating home of the rail way legislation secured by Gov John son in Minnesota the fact remains that ndsecuredbeneficent legislation If as now seems probable the epochmaking de clslon of the court in large measure transfers railway legislation from the states to the national legislature It becomes of particular significance that one qf the earliest acts of Gov John sons career as a member of the Min nesota legislature was the introduction of a iuemorial to congress to ex 1of the iDtariAtaOAC3 I merce com niBBion a memorial which antedated the extension of thoso pow ey lonfe lour years Tired nerves with that no ambi bitjpn feeling that is commonly Jell in spring or ear y summer can be easily and quVkly altered by taking what is known to druggists every where as pro Shoops Restorative One will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after begin ning to take the Restorative The bowe s get sluggish in the wintertime the cirulation otten blows up thc Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere asa genuine tonic to these vital organs It builds up and strengthens the wornput weakened nerves it sharpens the failing appetite and universally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by Red Cross Urug Store Strawberry Fete The ladies of the Prt sbytenan church will giye a StrawBerry supperon Fridays May 22d at thlttis ua ron jf thchurch 2ro rTcii poriment Tlie Iowa experiment station recuiil y marketed some lambs that hud been fed to determine the value of different rations Lot 1 was fed mangels lot 2 sugar beets lot 3 corn silage and lot J grain and alfalfa There was no material diitercuce in the condition of tub lambs in lots 1 nUll 4 at the finishI While the lot given corn silage wa In better shape than the one given sugar beets it was not as good as lots l and i Itls the claim of English shepherds that succulent feeds arc neces liolr11Um1SIfeeds made better gains thai others there was not enough difference to warrant tile tynjlng of such r dIIt Reached The Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and is president of the Adams County Telephone Co as well as the Home Telephone Co1 of Pike county 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery lilt saved my life once At least J think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my cough when everything else failed DrJt Kings Uew Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals heJ sore spots arid the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drugstore SOc and 100 Trial bottle free 1Ucua1U Alt 16 Fruit Trees A Pennsylvanian states that he has never used commercial fertilizers InnnIapple orchard If the ground Is toot poor to produce apples nothing Is bet ter than barnyard manure which answers every purpose for a mulch or for enriching the ground In planting I an apple orchard the ground should be farmed every year for about ten years growing such crops as potatoes trick IJ geLmnuurcasIt and that will be sufficient for the growth of the apple trees aiitl fruit After that tiifa tl j land may be seed od down and ptvnsloually farmed and iimu c to kcp the land tile lilJIlijI Tbe jy tt Worlds best Climate Is not entirely free from disease on the high elavatlpns fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria i encountered to a greater Cd S3Itei accorJUiK to atitHe To over jcouic climatic aJVccti as assitu c maria jaundice biliousness fever Iland ague andgeneral tlebilltX the most effective remedy is BU ctric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and insomnia Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drugstore Price SOc ewiheLittle Early Risers 2 IM famous littlo DUis Pride of Washington OK Springfield Choice i Manutactured by J n Jarboe eOt S We p y higbestniarkett price for gram fj If you want the Best FLOUR d draskyour grocer fur 1 V Iii iIi II J Rt SHULTZ J W RIEt SHETZ S RIEDEt 1 IPlummersl Tinners and Dealers in IBardwareStovesand rioware Y rOdI 4 rdetl fstr itikeF t i rtWe havejust received a new of i I t 1 tCooking Stoves Rine TI which we will sll at price t i 1- i Agents the celebrated J 2 PERFECTIONOIL STOVES Garden Hoes LaYll Mowers i Refrigerators Water Coolers v 4Wemaltea cpecialijty of Plumbing and SRootiigContracts V ii- = l Ill I At Ceflls i 10 pt 1 can get Ice Cream Sofas Sundaes everyday Fresh nd toothsome Cakes and Candies Meals and Lunch S t J r f atmot any tin Allt kIh9s9f 9 Drinks 55 y 1 c i rc iANDY NOVELTIESCome and see our line 1 d KATIE fnd Brp r CloaksSuits Waists Skirts Departseits 80k and Velvets Elaefe Dress Goodi Colored Dress Goods Ribbons Womens Heckwear Totions Unlncs Trimmings WMh Goods andJHeas Fnrnlshlnizs Art iIiPyrorraphy China Knit Underwear Garments Mmlln Underwear Ztc- nmwy e- Carpets Draperiesand Furniture hi G FOR MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Ge4 can Ite Oktateeit rfy II ONe prte t SpecialTMis Week Gases for SIJ51 A suit case will stand hard abuse It ls made of imitatioDT Alligator j It is weUOonstructed with Ijfass locks and wear A Great Bargain JA aSON5 33294 Wa Market lr Lomsvnjjc KY FREE We will eecI teaayeae oat oft8w1I who seai tWr same swi adam TIM Xitdles JenlJM7Je B k once a month for ae year free tt ili asvs COL JOHN II Dark pay 153 haads fine style speed and actibny Fiye ears oW This colt jsa sorTof he great Onward Silver merly owned by J L Druien df winiler Of ther Trans 1vaula stakes at LxingT ion and with a record of a milO in 2 06tl miles in 4 28 Onward Silver was sold foe 21000 and taken rtb Italy OnVard Silver is a son of On4 ard 141 record2 25i and Ihe sire of r jnA perfurmers with records of from 2C5i to2iOand the sire of dams of 13 with of 2 14 and better ward is a son of George Wilkes 22 and out of Sylvian Maid by sire of JKentjicky Union 207 4 Col John I sdam is Kate Kite Hundtej sired by Naboth 1898 sou of Walsiaghamby Geoj vV41kes Kate Hundleys first lam was Helen EL do in of Claret by Metr pojitan son aambietonian 10 fUlUrptber o Rienna Vicoria dam of EuS hd 219 and Princeton 226 afehVi Victoria sold 1JQit- k1erransttJe Scoiid dam llApZa- m ofWrty2i23 bvGi1l f erlnoDt sire Qf S rJ1 t We handle the very best of Tools and hairavariety Nowls ih tirne to get 0r jii I G cx F cSS H SR pee tt3 t I We have the best gaIn Pldw 1Ike market c t supply and I for iViss fi You lapd tFOR HERfLEIN 160 Suit that will satisfactorily livfae Meae for Bardstovn and and two was the records On Aberdeen J28 and for fPtjJ t t DG ST1hI ILiIIl lhV 1y 9ia1ast lrrPlltlrhUllilll uM i of T jki tS1IIIIt itis L 1IIiata WIIrj 1IKss eutb Jyai iMDNe IwIIIFI atJ MjQT at164IA trr 1- 2an dams of 18iifl 2n9 orbetter also sire of the dam o rGam l till WIrtces 219 siri io i Eyelet 20tf Gumette 8d Lottie L6rin 205J asd stf gf rifive others better than ilJ 1- ilt Tbidd m iiss A1a e r06IG rlrrardC hi t l f cor jobnL will WlIke uJ resent seasqnat 1Rj I5TolnsureaLmuigCiL fr Lord WKon t i Is a black Jfack l5i bilnd iJ i bon al1d usclpPhjJr it EVrroits Jcetcy he by Letclr Jack be by 3ivernor Wooi fjyS ts out of aneJniieibyiive- rnor 1 and ier ds b WJltHawk i So tpii ctMifdi out Uritr n Sbreuhingsaisonat V 1 OFGrMaredF i taif 1e arVies hairnmretj w inviwd tocall al pjr t 2 t miles East Jlf Kpringftei t T r1 I iteSprineldo theii a f lifrte1d end PrryiiI1 pk sie sii noy tock CarClrDr btsk to f1 rlrrespontwn rette u llOQlti usti f i as nlp 2 Ja d vho i 1F 0 fj COhJrmi ji 1tpart aJtl t1ilftie LWL t DRaT BIJR TON R1DENT D HBT 1ST IIQIIEXTRACTED nr loUT PAIN I Kl 1IP IIi SPB1fJlJfJD xx Aft Desital Work Strictlyr FWstclass DR J C L11UDL J riIn IldSlrgeon Oflt hours 8 to 9a m 4IIr Ito2 pm OAoe over Hay dons Drugstore Jll LamptOnipa orrke Opera Mouse OftIuPlteacNe LV UhttIN 38j w rj GRIGSBX VAT1O1Y AT iLAW OHevT r Peoples VnkVV SPRINGFIELD KY Dn MW HYATT DrJM SPAULQ1NG Offic over Red Gross Drmt- StOrVVVOffiCe hours Hyatt 1030 f1I1 to 12 m 4 to 5 pm spauld g 2 to 4 p w atidull night t JOHN YII MAYES JUNERAlUIHECTOR t lAMUCEMSEU EEMBALMER VTELEPHONEOAY19 NIGHT 74 SPRKGBIELDiKY k I Allens CoDfectionerjy rTh place to get Soft Drinks JIce Creatn and Soda f WaterV Thebeltl and freshest ofV Candies and Fruits always oii hand Main Street next to Wal- on tel V l I bOIi AVlIeflV f Shelby c IStfitder Hqff Dunk jersey logs J I am booVing orders now for Spring pigs EP D 4 Springfield Ky 6004 Place ToStop We1lmepur Washington and Nelson county triends when ic 4Louisville and looking for a place toStop tcicall on us Wt 1 have several h Nicely Furnished Rooms whicti we wJlj letif or od ers fat a short or lonp stay at reason ble ratesV Located on fee Northwest cdr tier of Seyenth and Market Sts Innne Wimsatt IV John Etre1 11 l s OOOO is H SAYSV t HeJ6 the man to see when in t needUof the following t I 1 Grain CradlesVA 8 Carriaf e Trimmings Vc1tLiirst Vte j W BONtD1t1 Saws allydescriptidnsd fdlv fjLL specialty of good work t i IsWiMbe bil trftway getting Bcratchev cuts BbPtisetibump8 barns LW Dont negectsuch thing Uvey MrcuIt 1IriQ1i it you do Apply BaHatd Sno q Liniment ac r4inf ta diLtIonsrglitway an jllkwlllTtlVeYCth pAi1111 heat th troutt Prke 5cf 50e and 100 Sold byie1e4 Crosl Drug Store = t rtiW fr i I mwii W II TOWN ii Local Happenings oMnterest The Freshest and Latest I Vt AIUboutYoureir Friends t ami Acquaintances 1 Buff Wyandotte eggs for sale fat 25ofora setting of 15 Mrs Wttlard Thompson j FOR SALEvTwo sets single harnessff j f binery or engines see N G JMaiks Look at our special campaign offer of the LOUiSVille Times six months and News Leader one yearforL 7 Have your old plow pOint- sgiou4datR G Marks machine shop and made as good as new for 10 cents each oto L achmair Campbell ihe furniture men for hammocks jDcNlawn and porch chairs and settees I have for saleabout 10000 teet of oak lumber A B WALKER rrVS Springfield Ky FOR SALE Two threpyeafr old work mules well orbkV will sell one or both l4 H ETHERINGTON willisburg KyV Prepare to shut out thfi ies by scfegning your house Leach man Campbelll carry a full line of door and window screens at prices thatwilkselLthem ReV Wl Pverstreet willi continue toreachtwiceamonth- tt l Pleasant Gr9te church the J monthof June Effort wll be made la secure a regnl apastorJ J at oncV tI t W N EDT09uyjak ank Beech Lumber will pay highest tt prices Have for sale Oak andu Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech StJ oc Woodland Aye Lpuisi1leKyL Thwfll be iceJJ cream and strawberries serVl4i at the Court Rouse Friday evening May 22 a from 4 to 10 oclock by the iadien offbe Presbyterian church ThA proceeds 4o go for the benefit of the church Everybp3y invited Th State encampment of Knight Templars iis on at Leba non this week abd our neighbor j ine townnrowdd with j Knights The paraSe and drill were pulled off yesterday A great many Sprinsrfi ldapd Washington county people are attending The firstball game of the season was playedlast Saturday between the St Marys tTr s and the Home team Composed of boys under 14 years of age The game Jasted twelve innings and was a corker from start tofinis li Et was the best played game that has been pulled off for several seasons and the kid handled themselves like old heads Springfield with the kind assis tance of two umpireswon out in the twelfth the scorestanding 5 to 4iThe features of the game Besides the umpiring of JocW Colvin and Harry Shultz who were toldve must win was the ajl round playing uf Louis Berry and Frank Medley Closing Exercises The commencement exercises of the Springfield Graded School which were hefd hi the Opera Souse Tuesday night were highly ptcasingandtboroughl y successiul in every respect and reflected great credit upon Prof 1L CLrrob r cC t Manyreopet v Are willing to sacrifice fc themselves and thtir a juaV sty I llThei Foolish Prejudice Against ji the Use of llasseSV By children with defec tive Eyes often results the reatest suffer llf1gSlmltu es perma c disability of one A ho might otherwise intheg1111world HDSSELL 5 Siringfield Kv io C1 f of I accwwVV Cilvin his assistants and Miss Lizzie Waters the music teacher There were no graduates t this year and consequently no valedictory address The program however I was well chosen1 and consisted of recitations and mu sical selections Theo us was well establfs d organization In this commencement Prof Colvin had every grade represented e The TorEador sOngv Harry Shultz deserves special mention Ias does ihe recitation of Mis Isa Golvin All if thqlpartici- pants however enacted their parts withoujt faltering The recitations of little Witney Mc E roy and VunArsdale oe were received with great applaueV AIJof the students showed w bat good work and good train inwil1 do 20 Fresh Jersey Cows 20 ilivWv U Rogers of Lebanon Ky tvillsell jit bpringtieldt couniy court day Monday May 2Vat one oclock 20 choice Jersey cows k HiteNally L Mr Warren Tally 1a d Miss Etelle flite were rnrriedTuestt day at the home of the brides parents in Union county The bijide is an attractive young lady of that county while Mr Nally iis the popular mail carrier on Rural Route No 2andisa young man of excellent habits and good businessi ability jThe NewsJj ader extends iongratu ion VfJ Beg mannEisen4 Miss Lenora Beggemaunii daughter of Mr qeorge J Beg gemann tne well known harness nanufacturer of this place was married on last Monday evening t the home vof her parents toii Mr FL Eisen of Louisville li The wedding was a quiet home affair only a few intimate friends and relatives being present The cer mony was performed by Mtbo1tdistfriends of tba young couple fromuLouisville wejre attendants Mrs Eisen and Miss Eisen mother and sister of the groom were present from Louisville The bride isa very pretty and attractive young woman andj although she has beer a verY little time in Springfield has made a number of friends who will wish hey much happjnes The groom is a popular young druggist employed in Louisville g1z g1V 0uI 0 0uJ i uJI VJOFjS goodandt1mpressedthe vih4tholder Dr W V Stallard DENTIST Teeth extracted Wit bont pam or danger Office over McEJroy GrocerylWhOneh72 ld Ky which town the young couple make her home Iin iElbridge Montgomery ayoung man about22 years of age was drowned on last Sunday after noon in the Big Beach near the mouth of Bear Creak He and several companions had gone into the water for a swim and young Montgomery had swum across the river and back and had started cross again wben he was apparently seized with cramps sand sank before assisI tance could reatih bithHis body was shortly afterwards recovered The deceased was the son of Mr Sj Montgomery and was reared at Willisburg He had beeri liVing nearGreen brjer fore year or so His re mains wre taken to WilKsfbiarg on Monday morning for burial Death of Mrs Cecelia Barber Mrs Cecelia Barber widow ofI the late P S Barber and mother of Mr John R Barber of this place died at her home in Bards town on last Saturday night af er a short illness of infirmities due to old aud Mrs Barber was 58 years of age and was one of the best known and uniVers- ally loved ladies in this or Nel SOD county She was kind and charitable and was a frfend to- tbepoor and needy She wast born in this county and was the daughter ftof the late Richard Smith In early life sne was married to Mr P S Barber who preceded her to the grave about 13 years Mrs Baiber was posessed of a bright and cheerful disposition and delight ed in the companionship of riendsShe was1a devout Catholic and contributed liber ally of her wealth tothe church and to charities Mrs Barber is suryivgd by a son Mr John R Barber of this place and Mrs A B Baldwin of Bards town The funeral took place at Bardstown on Monday morn ng J VHt Notice i JeAll those havirg claims against the estlte of J B Robenson decease will please present the same properly proyen as by law required to ine or to WF Grigshy as his office in Spring fieH Ky on or befora May 29 1908 Zjiis 1o1ay 5 1908 GVIJHYDON Admr J B- ANTEDReliable Robertson enei getic maq to pell tiubricatingoils greases anjd paints in Washing iton and adjjajcentj counties Sal ary orcOnqmission STETSON OlL Cot LCleveland hoI RED BANDBRAND CANDY lOc PERLB FOR SALE Everything th market affords inPILrc- Food Groceries Canned Goods Fruits Vegetables etc We aim to sell only such goods as will make Satisfied Customers You can save money on your Grocery Purchases and get the best by watching and faking advan tage of ourSpecial Cash Sales CASH OFFERINGS tI For Saturdayv May23 17 pounds standanl Granulated Sugar 100 A 50e can RovnI Baking Powder for 45 lA 3iC bottle best Vanilla Er tract for 25 A 25o bottle btst Var jlIatExtract for 20 3 dikes German Sweet Uhocolatt for 10 3 doz Heidzs Sweet pickles V 25 1 dozen best Messina Lemons regular p ice 2Qc for 12 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper Soap c 25 7 bars Len X f5 A good ooffee rig price 18cforV15A 60c can Monarpb Apple BuLter ittX 50 A35c car Monarch Apple ButterJ 30 A 35c can cut Asparagus 30 A 4i lbs net Milk Can Coffee H I1 00 A large can Blackberries i i 7 15 AMays glad tto see yOuV MoEiro VShaderI HI H3d 01 AdNVD QMVHa QMYH Q3H 1 1rn rnw = pJc J2 C 0 zC 0rn rnC IVp IVIVI I i Iil rReduced Pricer I On all Hats and Skirts1V My entire stock oft Bats and Skirts will besold at great yreducecl prices until the close of the season 1A Special Line ofLadies Vests Just Received AIl Iiattra L ver3owprices1LI4 1I Miss Nunans School Recep tion j A reception to the mothers ofr the little tots pf Miss Nunans department of the High School was held last Thursday after nOOn In response to invitations issued by Miss Nunan a large number of mothers and afew interested friends assembled in Miss Nunans rdbm which wa s decorated with flowers Th t kindergarten work drawings and watercolor work were dis iOSppc1tLm features The work showed originality in design and execution The little girls assisted their eacher in entertaining and yece ideal little hostesses The service cards were quaintly hand painted with little dutch school tgirls in water colors Ice cream and cakes werer served by the little girls The cream was served in a paper saucer hand painted in idrget menots j done bj Miss Nunan as were also the napkins off tissue p per The whole scheme was delightfully original and enjoyable Misses Lizzie Waters and Mary Lampton played a Auraberof musical selections on the piano which were enjoyed Miss Nunan is a teacher of rare ability Jand enjoys audde- erstestlie love of her pupils and patrons t PERSONAL Mrs Ida Clarkson is spending the week in Lebanon Mr Knight Handy who has been attending school at this place left lasMveek for hs home at High Bridge from which place ne willgo to Kansas Citv to visit his aunt Mrs Hugh McElrOy SMr J J McCJabehas returned frOm LoyisviUe Miss Kathryun Wakefield of VMaudMiss Laura Shehan the past wee kIHon Jofin W Lewis spent Monday in Louisville VMessrsOwen Rubel of Lebanon were here Sunday Mr Gwin Marks pitsevera days last week in Louisville on business VMIVQtown on business last week Messrs Byon Park and Will Fi Simms were m Louisville last week on business S Mr and Mrs OL Price spent Wednesday in Lebanon Messrs Charlie and Lloyd Haydon Sam Anderson Byron Croake and Charlie Mclntirej attended the funeral of Mrs P S Barber Bardstown Mondav Miss Fannie Smith of Rloom field was in town Tuesday Mrs J H Lampion returned from Spring LIck liere she visited her brother Mr Joseph Dinwiddie Mis James Swing cf Kansas City arrived Tuesday to visit her Misses Brown fterSJthe McClaskey of Blpo n Miss Veola Bro i Misses Bailie and Lydia Husv ton of Maud were in town on last Saturday afternoon Miss Flarence Lyne of Lex ington is a guest of Miss Fran jis Martin Mrj CH Prather and Mrs Barr r Biown of Lebanpn spent last riday with Mrs Fred H agfin4 MrJ J A Johnson after a two weaI4 illness is aole to be out agaiz Mi r Kate Canteti of Lpuisz vill s here atthe home of her son fohn Cahtgr Mfsrs W F Rodgers andl Eva Rodgers ofLebt1onJwere in towr on Tuesday 5a i IVMraudMrs John K Smith of BlOomfiefrfl spent last Week with tonptheir son Kent of near IDr John M Spalding spent Sunday in Louisville Mr L 0 McCairty is visiting his parents at Campbellsburg IMessrs Walter Hume Joe and John1of Mackville were iin town Tuesday I Messrs Bennie Wathen and Joe Price were in Lebanon Wednesday Mr and Mrs N G Marks Miss Catherine Russell and Robert Marks are in Lebanon this weekiMrs W S Gibb and son Lester are in Harrodsburg this week attending commencement at Beaumont College MIss Mae Belt Gibbs and Miss Ellen Gregory are the two young ladies of thisplace who graduave frpm that school this y MissMarthaGwinofWiimore who has been Miss Fanqie Mcr Elroys guest tho past week is visitiog in Lebanon it Mrs Waller rat after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Annie McE roy has returned to Danville Rev W H Williams will re turn from Hot Sprngs the latter part of ths week and fill the pulpit of the Baptist chMrph Sunday Miss Carrie Edelenis in LO is ville this week with her brMhcrj Thomas Edelen who underwent asecopd sergical oparation upon the ear last Friday Miss Maggie Carrico has gone to Louisville to take a business course at the Spencerian college Miss Grace Hatchett of Hart rodsburg who has been a stu dent at Beaumont College for the last jive months was made Lady of Declaration on class day exerCIses by wearing off the blue ribbon gLven for havJn the most quotations from ShakeV spares plays Miss Grace will be remembered by her many friends in Washington county as being a star pupil n Mr aDd Mrs will Pettus were guestspfMr and Mrs JeF P ttus this weekV Miss Ellen Gregory graduates from Beaumont tollegIHar rodsburg this week with first honors of her class Miss Wilhtlmina Hertlem was a guest of the sisters at St Catherines over Sunday Mrs James McCabe has re turned from Louisville Mr Sam Anderson is in Louis ville Miss Flora Mudd will return to Louisville FridayS Mrs Joe Jj Pettus is visiting Mr Will Pettus iin Tennessee MrG C TVnarton spent the first cf the week at Lebanon JunCtIonSMr and Mrs W C McChord attended he funeral of Mrs Cecelia Barber at Bardstown Monday Mr and Mrs E S Mayes are visiting their daughter Mrs J B Mahon at Lebanon this week Messrs Leo Haydon and John Shader wexe 5ri LouisvilleSqn day Miss Sue Ray has returned from Battle Creek MichV For RentV A grocery tuom formerly be tjupied by Irvine McJSlroy and office formerly occupied by W F Neikirk apply tc W R RobertsonV Thetrouble wttamdst cojgh cures Is that they ronstipate jCenn ds Laxative Cough SprPV49ojcon stlpate but on the other bAn itVax ative ptinciplea gently n4ye the bowels It is pleasant totakc and 1t lis especially recommended lor cbill dreas it tastes nearly ac good aljj maple sugar Sold by the Red DrugStoreiJ jl 1 House 4 Keep8rsI i II 11c When you are house c1aningI D1ease f S dont forget that the uBIG STOREI can I IIbestsupplyyourneedsInallicjnclscq i I I l f lp rJJ- I 1the1 I Axministers made up to fit your room I = e i Full Line 9x12I RoomSizfRUgslft I from 1Otto r40eachYou fine some Beauties here IIwill lai ge y tock Mat ings 15c to 40o per yard 4 1 Matting Rugs 38x72 for 65c each II Jute SmvrnaiRugs 30x60 98c each Z pVelvetl i Excellent lire of Axminister nnd Smyrna Rujjsf in llsizes in bothOrientat and Floral Patterns a low pile f I tCurtr 1 t Lace Clirtains 48d to 8 pair Awnings and Porph Shades 11 rlJ I GoodsWliite Wall Payer and Moldings I fi f- w alt t Remembr e have the best show vt Mensvand Boys Ole hmg I tcj ihos Shirts and Neckwear to oof undSI anywhere and at p ices to pleasavool t pr i1I 1 SPECIALS tP1f I For Fiiay and sat rdaylcrJ oJk1 I r Hope Cotton 8 l3c Yard White Bed Spread 125 value for 93c W Extra good India Linen for lOc a yard J IdiS I ThRobrtoaCaybroakeCor II-I- S INCORPORATIfiD = I 7 Htt I IIT WiLL PAY YQDLI1V I Hats Ladies Shirt StSGoods miny styles Ladies Light goods claims Patrick will please prtven Also al- ersons knowithemss1veIii- debtecl re Lyd drne iiilg Get Prices Mefi a ql fbinllc Web complete lifl ajlt the latest Sprinfi Styles y I The newest and tiobbMt p- 4pricesrangInfrom X t + 150io2Br Boys Knee P tis4 S150TOSlVQOO I I 4VV t ITSS v j IIIJ X We have Mens and Boys Stetson Hats X colors Xlsb a bigi line of Straw I ViVVS I r A very complete line of Drew Skirts 4 Waists VVOur Dtess epa tJDent is complete with maD tiattractive patterns WhIW Goxls in we ht Spring Jackets Everybody inviedtoOall and inspect our i ournewstoreI r iiiGRIINDY i MBlNTffiE c44 4 W Notice 4 L All personsV1iiing agajnst the estate of Lyddatve e deceased present same txi jine proper for settlesaentif i tl to tbPi t te are quested to settle promptly R A LYDDAlfE Administrator Patrick deceaSeaI To our om c a embracing f i t w- urH Ofeam Yarmi IaESuliIEbt TlsEIjIlNfl AI uteI ewisa iNs iIii44P LMISM cVaT LOUIS Ma RED CROSS DRUG STORE JL T rir= n ASrdLyqr Zwy i Rtp4 CPI in- twtrflwn1 tart 1n b iS1 jjjjgaapfc flea that Governor 2ftd beerrattfl mist M 1Iaeba1l4l of the late 5s 8Ui CooT nMoo We writeu a Taft mae ndr for Tiffc men Jit Mtrioo pounty When we SlY jl2iit WM th r1fiMtat one who bt Jongfirttuiiiji rtpieeai the State as SisIbsdE1siteto hein tj J Ktlwiil ConTtntiqn whatever iBiftt b hw personal choice for PiMiii ut lit our late State Oa lpjigait WM bw hand that jii wI oar craft through trdubl 3g iflL w ltri wbd escaped the sh1ls and breaker It was vi his irtipech at Princeton JfctVJMi nwt the issues raised which threatened to overwhelm4 wi i ihi the State and whicht kroffct lucbure and complete iiwcwitiife toe EagerBeck i cttfrom thatdy all W MMrmnfmea red their fate i Itbeilalways been so with the JJ Arty Ii fthit State Lfetithewson 1 SjVoTiEtrWMigoj upon his wander iings and you may search in vain 11 ItbftCft for someone to bend his b8 IHaig beeno highlyhonor t aea hiiBicif but recently at if poiwble he should not have r iMift the compaign agfeinst Jidf Tat whom so many 01 his Trarm friends favored Land W3er frtt then and wa regret sow thafehe did so yeti that did not merit the treatment herer received jTherTVftman in Mar ion County embodied what WP Think was wise and just in then resolution offeredjn the CQjurrj convention as an amendment tc tjoee offered jy the Fairbanks 0 r alvacates AfU r insfc uc i og tt e delecite for Taft they saia u rUfsblved that the E pdolfcaa of Marion Cointy deem Senator eltctt jjT O Bradley Governor A IL WilUon rnd Bon John W I Yerl es as the pioper mehto I represent the State of Kentucky ia the Natonal Conventit n our pi partly as ueegates at large arp instfict qur delegates to ttit State Convention to vote flit them vassu4h believing theyi wili dp the willof the State Conyen tion whatever play be their pr Ion ji prdferehces Fo Tthait resolution every Taft man in tbt ICOnvion voted r Manor t Goapty Leader iiS JJtiB ftift of ftiire Mates ithe WHO IT ToritKiu SWheii L roosfer find a bier fat worn he calls all the hens in the farn yard to come atod share it A aimil j trait tff baman nature in to be obser ed wtiea a man discovers something exceptionally good he wants all ol his friends and neighbors to share the ce efit of his discovery This i the touch of nature that makes thi whole wprld kin This explains why beople who have been cured by X3ha abrbina Cough Remedy WritE letters to the manufacturers for pub llcatioh that others similarly ailing may alsa use it and ebtain relief Be hind eyery one of these letters is t warm Jreartod wish of the wiiter tc be of rise to someone else This femt dy ii 1 for sale by Haydou Robertsor 1 AifeWd Crook Arfested Mipn alias Mug Mays th negro woo broke iintothe store of Binehart 0 born three yeraagoand has since beet evading arrest was caught at s Indiahapolis Wednesday De tectiVe J A Thompson wli Isivelthis morning for Frankfort 1 wheehe wilt Secure a re1quisit IXL tot Mays and Will bring hm tiJjebanoB AleXParrott who jvas with Mays whn the robberj was committed is now serving fiye years since in the pen iUientvarj for tecrime There J 1 ereijabeul 3Qf worth of mer 1 JefeiBdi 1akeri from the Rine J hart 1 Oibofn store by the j negroes htOsL of it was af tbrwarda recovered from a pawn shop in Louisville Mayes hap heretpioreserved time at Frank tore ott one occasion lor robbery cQmmi aiCampbellsvitte and another time for a similar offence oprnjaltted in in Louisville He is known to the police in many Other citie aid not a great iwhil ago after being arrested in Chicago toCapedfrom the officers f by 3nlpiug from the third floor off a building Lebanon Eaterr Mprie A4iithiisLick The 1uckIetdof y1Lfeas w1a I bugkt a box of Buckleni Ar xca Salve wrIteCharles P Hudahh ef Tracf Caliibrmia Two 25c hoxai cared 1H of atf aamoyitig1 Case 8 itclikfr oUuJ had troubled t = feior7eani a4 hat yielded to no 1 lMttr L hek1der guar aatK liay4eii k Roertioes drug- atore J FACTS IN FEW LINES Im Austria timber Is measured by the kiftlteV of twoIons Chlua wih her P Puli tlbot400 8000W has ouly 10000 foreigners in her huge area The Chinese minister of finance te planning reforms lii the silvered cop p r currency of the empire Italy obtains a revenue of 12500 000 annually by taxing salt Austria makes nearly 15000000 by a similar tax Jnob SJfer of Jrandy Center In has erected r jnonnmdnt worth l Oto a shepherd dog that saved the life sfone of his children Both in tba tJnlte4 Kiagdom and the United States alcolioHc beverages con tribute moe than a fourth about 28 per ctst of the total Tepelpts into the treasury One ef the Bowdoh proessors recently received A letter from Germany addressedto tha Hcrr Professor Doe torBod win and the Medichial School of Maine In Chutufall the Jnd belongs to the state Thp average rent Is 60 cents an acre The soil of the Yangtsa valley la so rich that a square mile iIs capable of supporting 3810 persons I John Merrill of Holderness N S bUM ox well broken to harness The 01 plows harrows hauls wood and does all kinds of team work driven en tirely by the use frlna Wn SperztlteL Are yott superstitious Not In the leas V answered MIN Glggins I used to be but do yen know I found that whenever I got tt bSlIerbk ft slcas I1 had bad luckM A great many people imagine they have heats trouble when the fact is that the whole trouble lieb in the tomach The painin the side around the region of the heart is not necessarily heart troJble We SUR ffest thatyou start with the stom ach and whenever you feel a depress ion After eating or whenever your food seems to nauseate take Kodol It will not be yerylorig until all these heart bain will dissappear Take Kodol now until yon know you know rod are right again 1 bee isnt any Joubt abopt what it will do and you Will find the truth of ibis statement Aerified after you Have used Kodol for a few weeks It is sold here by Rile Red Cross Drug Store Jlbtr He Got His Well I suppose a man i must have IB trials lii this world Mid ypu hae3rours T suppose Certainly Bidut you kuow 1 was ndrrledrThleigG Post An Effort to Define WHati your Idea of u smart et There are Different kinds olsmart tsto answered Miss payenue Some r theuiJ are merely bad cpmpauy In s6od clothes The h lIbOlli- That Mrs Benks doesnt know her Jnnjnilnrl 1brhaps not liut she knows every Klj elses nmors Weekly String mmaU In the Malay nrchlpelagi Is a reptll end like the mythical dragon It1 iJoosekilli frog w th spreading feet that makes i parachute wliiu enables It to flU rt ra tree to tree diida flying lefnur sat can spread our Jts whole body ke an umbrella aud leap and fly a lundred feet at u tLe from tho top of me tree to another Conundrums Why are well feu chickens like Rue ressful farmers Because they are olesbed with full crops If your nose was twelve Inches long vhat would it be A foot Why Is the letter It like Ute face of Jamlets father It Is more In sorrovi han m anger Why is Ireland like a bottle of winet Because It has a Cork IE it Tho Ocean Depths Kxpert hydrographera say that tIn Itp leepest parts the oceans waters are lense that n sunken ironclad would 4ever reach the bottom Its foolish to suffer longer cith catarrh jvheh the Red Cross Drug Store sells Hyomei under guarantee of quiok relief ind completecure money re funded Careful eating simple faod slov prtt ifn long mastication are good thing lor bad complexions Pewtrr platters nUll bowl ihnke effective fruit und fiowfr bold fa flpisinte Jlaye Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect IIt Prevalence of Kidney Disease alarmingof kidney disease Whilekidneyd orders are the most common diseases that pre vail they are almost the lat recognized by patient and phy sicianstohocontent with doctoring the effects while the original disease undermines the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back ki4uey liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad qrbeertcessity of being compelled to go often daring the days and to getup many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot highestfori tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists iia fiftycent and onedollar sizes Y u may have a sample bottle ant a book Tthat tells all JP aboutitbothsentfreebyniall jI Bingkaaito writing mentiOn this paper and doaft ziake any mistilce but Te1f ember the Mart Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and Uw addresl Biu liamtou N Y p Sceffj Emtifofon strenfthtns enfeebled wining mother by ncr Minf their flech and nerre force iI IIt proTidet baby with the ngcetsary fat g and mineral food for healthy growth = ALL DRUGGISTS t 60c AND 1OO arr Ticty laud Caustic A woman suffrage lecturer accord lug to the Boston Glolte recently brought down tbe house with the fol lowing nrgumeijt have no vote but my groom has have u great respect for that men In the stables but II am sure If I were to go to him aud say John will you exercise the franchise ho vould reply Please mum which lorrc be thatV A Vcriiticn Jrj Spbrt What hrriitnpd wueii you passed h Jaw against gambling iii your stpteV The bookmakers got right to work making htslU whetuvr it would be enforced or not Washington Star Sarcastic ItWlJntiorse sir Art Master A horse Rnhlj it out and do It again tondon Aid Bwers If a man would learn to pray let tim go to sea French Proverb r Health Coffee is really the closestt Coffee Imitation ever Y9t produced This clever Coffee substitute was recently prpduced by DrShoopof Racine Wis Not a grain of real c ftet in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure etcReallymight drink itforcoffee No 20 or30 minutes telious boiling Made in a- Im utitesays the doctor Sold by McElroy Shader t Appetizer Fqr Hcrses An appetizer recommended by Dr 0 D Smead for addition to grain ration of horses which seem a little out of condition and lacking in appetite Is made as follows Equal parts pow dered charcoal baking sodu ginger and common salt with onehalf part of powered gentian root He claims that the grain ration with tliis addition wl answer the puriose of some of the high priced medicInal stock foods TramprMaaaTn uaiil you nfl n poor inan with a wife and efeyen children at hflme 1rousewifc4re you very needy Needy is no word for if maam if couldnt see the little ones suffer so I left them to ask tlfe assistance of the charitable Didyou leave home today 1 No maam It will be seven years tonorro Cant yoq h01p a man who wants tosuqrischis little ones ocouring ntixiuro Onehalf iiound of soft soap onehair pound orfund nndori fourth poun of air slaked lime mixed to a paste Use a little on brush and scour ill usual and your kitchen table an floor can be kept spotlessly clean ail white The Worlds Best Chmaies is not entrely free from disease on the high elavaliOns feyers prevail whileon tile lower levels malaria i encountered to greater rssso tent according to altitude To OveY come climatic affections lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy is Electric Bitters the great alterative andI blood purifier the antidote for eve form of bodily weakness and insomnia Sold under ryI atHaydon Robertsons drug Price 3Qc tbSr Oppoattc nol YO7plaiio ran away with tho box otace re eipta how wnthat While 1w1Ia appiarJuR bi was dii apienringBaltltBirt ihrnliL Trouble like enyQim PiPer Is nofj vory agreeable in Itself but it gives zest to other things Bat Nelson Talks Some More Xattllni Xufeun has come out with a fltatenient in which he sizes up the lightweight class picking Puckle Mc lMlind us the most likely candidate lor honors and sn lug that Britt ifAi ctJeally out of the running lie Itl declared that he wanted to nice Jltits ngaln and believed that the lot 07 retired because he did not wish- sother encountpr A Panther Now ElsIe said thoscbooltencber cnn yon tii thc what a pnntlTi yrl minr lLudtri u lUrlo Is hp 11 a inn thit tnkth3 t iflvlkVItt pmthi1I it Reached The Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at emeg1aO ntyTelephoneTelephone Co of Pike county 0 DiscoyerrIt I think it did It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my cough when everything else failed DrI qnlyreachesIhe intktroatunder Bobertsonsdrug buttlefreThe Rest Is Easy To cure dyspepsiaFjj awayyourchaftng DstNrrd tie cirrtion1 cojgragatloncontinually coaghiagis requested to bYt a bottle of FO btheore Jf Cupid Doming Itl ployeis scuc lhpiUSlvtxJ ronnO the room ant one htviug nuauunfed Cupid is coning bother asks Howls lw comIng Tfaeii every urn in turn must fray Cupid s ebmlnjf amiably or absurdly or accldofitally uLUse any other adverb fjoginulug with a When bery member of tiff company has mentioned an adverb the game goes oj by using iidverbs begiuilux vlth V then c till all the alphabet has been used or the com pany wish to change the game Any jiie tailing to suppy auudverb must pus n forfeit Weak women shoiilhj read my Book No4 for Women It was written expressly for women who are not well TheBook No 4 tells of fir Shoops Night Cure and just how antisepticIsuppositories can be successfully ap strictlycontldentIl1 free Write Dr Shoop Racin Wis The Night Cure is sold Red Cross Drug Store w rreof Lamb r As BOOn as the lamb is born plact with Its mother in a small uidlvliiua- lambing pen The peu need not be more than five feet Hqunnj and maybe constructed of fence panels Aflei three or four days the shepherd can make sure that the lamb Is owned And has learned to nurse Then ths ewes aud lambs may be turned into larger compartment from which ths lambs tan escape at will through n lamb creep Shropshire lambs or slml lar breeds will eat grain by the time they sire one mouth old Farming Eggs Eggs Eggs For sale from pure bred S 0 B Leghorn stock Price 100 for 15 orSi50 for 80 MRS L N REED v R FD1sro3 Dont let your stomach get llazy by using artificial digestives Restore ito natural action with Mioua rO cents at the Red Cross Drug Store A Vine Lawyer former SenD or John M Thurstw f Nebraska who was representing iie defense in Ureccut trial In one of he local courts arose the other day tc cply to the argument of counsel for governuieiit on a point of law Ic Icliberater and impressive manner the titorncy began a forcefull presentation to the court Uefore he had fairlj aunched his counter attack howevQ tIe was Interrupted py the presldlp Justice who said that he was about tv leclde the question In favor of Senator Thuiston In that case remarked Mr Thurston resuuiing his seat pt yuce I will mlle no speech to the ourt for fear of changing your kar rs oninion Tired nerves with that up ambi bitlon feeling that is commonly felt in spring or early summer can beI easily and quickly altered b taking what is known to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative One will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after begin ning to take the Restorative The bbwe s get sluggish in the winter tim the circulation otten slows up thc Kidneys are inactive and even the Heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as a genuine tonic to these vitali organs It builds up and strengthens the wornout j weakened nerves it sharpen the fahi1ngappetite and universally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by Jed Cross Drugstore AlVkr of PatttnK ItIj lion old did you say jjho waa74 bolting askance at the stronginiudod daughter Tnl two Gractous but abCs young for her asel Philadelphia North American Unncrou Jn1ccil She They say that sailing on in considered far moro dlln than on the sea lieI guess timts right Ive v lakesrr f more engagements made In a thanou a tit nntidlr Friendly Comment lie Mlis3 Peatlily certainly has a liottutlfui cimplex1onI i5IoYis But Im afraid ivdpesni iiiewt witj ihc ieqtjjrejiicutsdf pyre food anti drug law Chicago News It His Title istheyeperas w couipowcrV tNo my Ion the old man answered plagiaristLos PISO S CURE PartxysmsffCwfliliii theM Immediately to PisosICure It allays the Inflam omatiqu stops the cough and bcals the lacerated sur facet Pisos Cure can be dc pcndc4 upon to uirc most Ben eficfal results in all coultbsIluniaffccUonsmany advanced consumptive cpuehs have been Pt1y Cured COUGHSv COLDS For Woinaifs Eye J18 Why Some Plants Moved in iic chinch bug brought flux to Mis sbi rl the grusshoppef brought tile cas tor beau Japanese clover buttvJ In in alfalfa came as a matter of study Tb is the conclusion which George B Ells Secretary df the state board of ag icnlture says tradition justllfea W en the chinch bug played havoc In th wheat of Missouri the farmers ked about for some crop whlcL we old resist thfe Incursions of thisl pe itilent Insect They found Jbat for siij ae reason the Chinch bug not o wdd notlhe lOU flax heuce the pi nte flax and for a time southwest M jsouri had uiatiy fields of flax The ca tor Ibenii was found by tile fartnei to be the only green thing which the gri isshppper did not eat hence Heir jfl an 0eldj of castor beans were plalif ed nu to this day may be see lu thl e tioni of Missouri more than any ere else In the state fields of thIs pr duct Japanese clover caule from tli southwaidaml year by year it h pinhlnjf Its way fartherup the Ozarks an down their northern slope Jl gr ws wIth little or uo care AlftUfa t most protittible hay crop Is to bt fo md In nearly every section of Mis so iiI vhere ten yeafsJ ago little orison ws s knownColumbIa Herald Potato Parings Clean Flues t ha just been discovered that flue fir s ruby be prevented by a very slm pi meiasure the material for which th farmer especially finds conven iei tly at hand The preventive Is noth Tri more than potato parIngs This dl covery was made by a good house w fe who sought to utilize the parings of her potatoes by making fuel of th Jin SUe used them mixed with soft coilI and found that they not only as guicntcd heat but by some un ki pTf ii chemical process removed or dc stroywlthe soot and similar particles fnm both thj stovepipe and chimney fit el After numerous experiments itt w is found that the conclusions ofthe he usewife were correct Farm Prog r i4 Kills a Bulldog Ibulldoi and a deer fought for au h fnr or more on the tracks of the C J elauJ aud P1t burg railway at ttl Bessemer avenue crossing In C eIaud O It resulted In the death o the dog under the hoofs of the bl eding and almost spent detir When tl j deer which had escaped front then a ran upon the tracks in the early al teruoon the dog was at his heels ai d is bttiefed to have pursued the ni ima for miles At bay the deer tt ued on its tormentor and with low ci d antlers charged time and again at the bulldog which with charucterls tI tenacity returned as often to fho at ack It was not until more than un- It ur after the battle was first noticed b employees hf the National Refining nipany that the dog finally was und under the heels of the deer Ic deli jumped from tlc track at thu proach of a freight train t KILL THE COUCH ND CURE THE LUNGS ItwiTHDr Kings ewII OR COLDS OUGH3 IPRICEITU ND ALL THROAT AND1UNQTRCUBLES TTABA1TTEED B ATISEAC2OB B HONEY REFUND3J15 i I A Mnk r of Talk Yes Mis Gay l great at keeping lp convcrsntloual ball rolling Why I dldut suppose Site was a g cut talker ISluT isnt but the things she does ktfep the oilier yomca talking New Orleans TlmcJD mo rat Rursti Luxul Cant we put inn long distance tele lone for you Mr Oat J1ke asked tl soliCitor Well replied eold farmer I diano but what yew mighttht Is el I kin use it t call up tb cows at Dllkln1 time niufuIJ T u a little tak to the members of ttm A nerlcan Press Humorists in Pauleua tti other day Bob Burdette spoke of f changes that have come ovs nerlcan humor Modestly enough he buiiiy demand tof the humor that pinjf lirutut tions that appealed to people a get flea ago would not raIse n smile 11 Then the humor was long drawn but today there Is g Jbmanii for hi nor of n crisper sort bestjevldonccd In the coovorsa lounl JokfT and the 11tepbitt Theater Seats The seats were In the orchestra on th theaterla left The left side of the h b pi s l IJeIoI r w ly Boxes especially we can sell tr o left to one right Jbdx every time N body takes the right side for choice Aid there Is no reason for tl1lsAs extlqmltyotIth stage as in the leftwe proprietors al rays look after jthaf and you see ju it as much from the right us front th left side Why then lit the le sli e always at u lwemlutuNew P Ic us Times f oinr erqi Good Judgment Your partner remarked tho prlJrlei ddl friend Rt cms lObe n man of uu is ially good judgment JYou bet he Is replied tthe self np ku w edged Urrtii8bf flrihWiiy- he never miikes a uinvo without askluig mj advlcel CblcugdvJSewB oWomens troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every nOIItfuBecause this may have been so allyour life IIs no reason why it ihouid continue Many thousands of women who had previously suffered from troupes aimUar to yourm f i Sfrtwonderfully r l Wine of Cardiu II Mrs Leota Forte of Toledo Ill wrltes I am wen pleased with the reauks of uslaf Cnfct 1 II IItaken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pain and have gained 25 uick Is wPI wiITi US A LEYrER a oi t t 7akA tag from a 10cent piece will count FULL valo r Th A tag from a 5ceat piece will count HALF valiM f t J1 v k f t QL5t TOBACCO J t 4 J r with valuable tags y t Save your fags front t t OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST It MMttrWtrkiHM SaWs PrWt Hwst iis Ivy J T Psk Sur Bud OM Hwrnty EhmtM III Ftir w Ie TIs BrMtei Ml 1 BlHkBw Old Psaik TiISISYiILYTV k iNiisiLs Tsnpiuiuijj J Qoupons from y I v I MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICIII TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN Smoking Gilt BICE IrazN ukJus Yellow Strips from BUSTER f I Tags from the above brands are good for the following MIl MsIy iliiir useful presents as shown by csttalog j- f I t Gold CuffBitions5O Tags FotntainPenIQO Tags English Steel Razor Tags Gentlemans WAtch200 Tags Many supplied with wtiich i to tags If you cannot have your tagsred at homevriW4i 1 us p j t i SvlttA 1U I f = L r a I l HOWTO SHIP APPLES Directions Given Vho Will Exhibit the King of Fruits lat The following the Worlds Fairiii Issued by M F Johnson chairman the Horticultural Committee Ken tucky Exhibit Association for tilt guidance of those who will fend nr plea for the fruit display at the Lquis Exposition next year StJJJ Select each specimen with tho 4 most care Dont let fruit b e over ripe Take ouly the very best sueD as Is as near perfection in size shapv liufl color an4ree fronijblemishes as possible Avoid unnecessary handling dont bruise wrap each specimfi separatelY in paper and better wrap n two iapers Us paralUne or Us sue paper ifobtainable if not then Use newspaper or some soft paper nrkjcarefully in barrels or boxes Fill them so that when the heads or tops are put on the fruit will be held firmly In place If VJpossible fill a package with one variety apt mark the name of variety on package f a package has more than one variety In it then put the name of variety l with the fruit and put strong paper over them and then put the name wlth the next varlet and so on until the package is filled dark sucn packages mlxod In every cagp mark the name of variety and name and addrpss ofthe grower and com munity Put only varieties of the name time of ripening In same pack age As soon as prepared ship pvompthy to the Kentucky Exhibit Association Louisville Ky and notify the secretary of the shipment that the fruit can be placed In cold storage Tbe cold storage soI of Louisville generously give us st age free Show them that you QPpre1 fpromptlyf Thrise rules are Intended for fruit gathered this year for cold storage hut they apply In a general way for handling fresh fruits next year Or ganize a local society so as to keep your county well represented next Year It Is the best opportunity yon youIj Not Quite Cleat A well known clergyman of Boston was ouce talking to rome friends with reference to film dfslrablllty of chron ological coherence In lIdeas ia the form of written statements when he ob served that there are times when this ujcthod becomes a trifle too sugges tive aItUIf rnce henvl mt jstoi In ew Hnmi shin nmlej ls jnual Sunday uxbrrimp annu ucemcuts us follows The funeral of the lato and much lamented sexton takes place on Wed nesday afternoon at 3 oclodk Thanksgiving services will be beldJIn this chapel on Thursday mornlugat r1 oclock Llpplupotts stone Was Not lhrownP rrne father occupied the puK him who Is without sirs among you be first to cast a stQne ha chose for a tcxt GenevIeve Ilstonct tlthetried in vain to dislodge hctfrom thtt ministerial pew Genevieve stood her ground till the rest of the cougrogntioo had passed out then she looked with a sigh of relief Well she I guess theyve all shined Alb uitrr nobody threw ttNowI nrk ipbe Asking thb Irnpcsihte 1want you towrfto uxo a plttsaid the nisplnmt What kld of plojT 101anr kind oC play that driPlItY Tlsbt r II TJmta we one kind o itii iVd jtiovec been able to wrltt hi sady 1 muttnred Ol lauil riifa 1I culcr MSIMviceplak nri MIXMILadles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Outtafioea Xeaa Y MIIiMI 4 French Briar Pjpe 50 Taps t 3SteelBest Steell Shears75Tags 4 Ldy merchants themselves tI for Those sl3hcdilcppiy loOooOoo coQOOb0 If thel Safestndc5ckst May j r jo 1iI i I Ti ansfcjr Money f 1 j c r ic 9 7 ISBY tO 4 LopgJistancTe1epQne Q 0 i 0k 4 Pot aPp VtOL al Manager 1Q Q 9 Cumberland TeWpto Tc1cgraph C CoayJ j Qt t lINCORPORATED 184 1000 X ooOGOG KOQ r tWbo wiIlbeJ PRESIDgNT This is a presidential year and very man must read to keep n politics Th- eCOURIERI JOURNAL HENRY WATrERSON Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops dollar a year is the prjce of the Veeklj ConriePJonrnal l Bnt yoU ian get that paper and Tie HewsLeader S BOTH YEAR L r 15n- o if you will give df send your orderth- this paper NOT 9the Courier l lfH IDaHy U Journal 6OOa Sunday CourierJournal y2oita t 1WcangIve a combination cut rate if you willl Vrite this aper rorsHONEYH 0N TAR 1LAXATIVEl For colds throat BcJln p OI1coJGbcGk T1gsseMh FOLEYS HONEY and TAR iS JIt aYIIowpacke4efuseutMPrred iy A Company chioss RED CROSS DRUQ STORE 4 I Pock et1t IIT Pocket Xhiift41 T Playing Tp I JICOydl XuUaf ZesLSSTags iff haye presents with redeem i catalog 1Se 8 8 t- g g 8 j i OQ t Rates g ti 8 t i posted One ONE 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