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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1FiW77 c 1 l t E A1jLislE f r j1i J = i HEW SERIESVOL XV Hn21 1 I l isuiiIYEA I f ii1FF1 TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTPC9ver Haydon Barber VV 0iVlitki work at raasotiable prices li1iwrJ guarad SPRINGFIELD KY OURvOlREpTOBY V r SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington Couuty5 miles east of tcrinsrton 59 miles t4Oaiyfl1e oi4Bardetown braii 0l1th1 Iohisville ail Nhshville fanaipffaDdTl agricultural 4is Vro Banks telegraph and telephone inesexpress officer flour mills lumber yardsr Popuaiip 1700 population of counlylSOOQ r Representative in Congress Hon Ben Johnson BR dst vnrKy Kepresent tive tKeutucky Lepis atuie Hon W C McChord Representative in State Senate Hon Jarvis eaJDPbcUsylle K- ViuntyDIreCtO7It r CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins oh the fourth Monday Fe ryMaYJ ytndfpcto berL C7 r I HXThurman Judge R LfDnrbami mrnonyealth At f raey Robt A Npe Clerki v MG Lea hman Master Commlss ncr QUART ERLY QlQuarterly Court is heldC the third iCpridayin each monthIB r il Useyi Judge C9UNTY COURT County CvM4irt meets on the fCurtb Monday in etch mouth FI itseyJndge r W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney Georg Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbonrne Sheriff Sam Anderon Dick Isham Ift t Ip Herbert dleIian Deputies fid Masters ff- c James F Moore County Snrrelsof- T f TP 6Bryan Assessor J W T Mitchell Deputy v Robert Noe Treasurer v JM Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Bop iof Comm t OhOOlI1P 6 JSprlngfleld v yIFcOURT I Jame R Noe PeHce fudge JohnGracelrshal bQrJgbyity Aitornej I 1i Jr JUSTICECOiiRT Jnatlce pourtsare hel4 injijanuary andOctobrf11iJnly4iril jChiirjclv Directory I W 4 METhODIST CHURCH I Rev GW t LyonJ pastor Ser vices on the First and Jhird SuudaV in each month at 11 a mau1d730pin SundaySchool every Suijday atlQam Prayer altering ev ry WdD daY aight CATHQLICCUUROH- Rev P JT Hennessa7i Pastor Services svcry Sunday at 8 land 10 oclock aim Services at St Rose same hours 1PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R E C Latson Pastor Preaching every Sanday at li amv and at 7 pin Sunday school everj Sunday ati 10 am PJraydr meetii very TbuMday eveniiiE t7 pUoct i JBAPTIST CHURCH get TVm HarriBon Wiiliamb pastor Preaching every Sunday at 13 an and 7s45 pm SnndaySchOoPevenT SuJday at93O a m Praye meetiUl every Tuesday eyening at 74Sofcloci Jt OHRISTI AN CHURCH Rev W F Rogers Pastor seri vicrs flitandLfourth Sunday Sunday chool DSOamIi 4 Fraternal Orders j MASONIC LODGE Spriugfleid lod gJ aj 50 meets first and third Mbuda fiacli month j WashtnsftonR A GhapterJ No 5 eet every second Tueg Jay SprinpfielcfCouncil J52 meets 0- 1terv iourtb Mo day KXIGKXS of THE MACAEEESMCet i1 i i ir each mi i Kodol For- IndigestionOvr Ouartniee Coupon II aftw wic tw tklrilf e a torfcottla of 4it yw kouetlll1 H JlM aot kme Ps j l will ntni jour moen Tfr Iis I Afe HWWtM rill Mt ta- dPTt it t tII Haler at c if It fan to cttefr you sw taillillC oatMrd of tkt t cta= at bigkt- rwei DeItsWkatYotai t i StacSwrrFi CltL QI4 r 7w TflI3NEWSjLEADERROTECTLOI I fri1If MM A Dyspeptic Ode Bd fIoxWmR1MJ I LetpoeSrave as poe ts will About tge hearts ctmtrol Aha in their lofty lyrics stilll Its Vital worth extol 0 I Who must walk in humble waysI Antl modest muse woo I write this simnlH song to praisei Theliycr good and truer Prav tell me what are hearts to men Whats aay thing alack To us poor bilious creatures when The livers outof whack Whilei sentiment grantJt is I rQltite proper in ltsrpiacer V bizjTheSo lets not to the dreamy bards Soft caroling succumb For he who dearest truth regards Will keep his liver plumb I rHe knows full well a heart may bless A mortal in a way But ohlJt8 quite IN Gunless Andthere jliversallO i KJJ plantToQn what you feed qs for a saint On iieGistressng fare I Must soon become a demonjyes You guide us day by day Fo piousness arid biliousness Go different paths thesay r sl has been established inthe in terest of the farming community which has grown so uniyersali popularand wHich has proven of so much benefit to the dweller in our rural districts as the rural free mail delivery service The average Washiheton county far mer has become so attached to the custom of having his mail brought to his door every day thafeit would be a hardship for him to givje it up And yet con taUionsi arise every now and tben W hich threaten the continuancer pf the service Postmaster W 4L Waters is jin receipt of J6he following notice from the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General The departtrfnt has this day called the attention of road officials to the bad conditioi of toads on rursjl routes Nos 2 3 4 and 5 You will also take up the matter with the patrons in repaired drenqered passable a soon as the weather vill per mit it may be found necessary to withdraw Service from the roads affected Thejjopd fads problem is one vhich we have had with us almost from time immemorial and the chances are that we will continue to wrastle with it forborne time come It isj hopeful however to note that Uncle Sam is taking an interest iia good roacfs although it is prompted by the welfare the goetnment feelsfor one of its departments the mail sery ice Tais interest iq goo roads may leadto Federal aid in the fqture in building and maintaining pur bighways It is a veiy evident fact that thi salv lionofthe r lIB slperbJJ tlatUnle detvei1IG BEDSTbcre may be fewer tobacco plant beds in thiseounty this year than usual but 1 will bet there are some ot- the largest on record said a discussii4tieday I ran across a sBetcb of 11jisJag fully a quarter ota mile illI ongtb and nine feet wfde The parties owning the bedsaid that ley calculated to have enough plants to set out thirty acres hut if wellitapneard inough to plant sixty acres and iore Owners of plant beds in ether parts of the county are xecting to make a good thing odt of them by furnishing plants io their neighbors No plants gill be disposed of however until he owner has thoroughly sup Jlied his own needs As one grower and ownefr of several good plant beds expressed ii JA Jot of these Jtellows who were blurred outof sOW1pgbeds by night riders threats are wanting plants in igh ty bad now Well they can get some from rae but thatt buggyJjkyneighboringIi on Jb re on county couiwas stopped by the authorities for the reason that lie had not taken out a license with thetbwn of Springfield to retail baggies This gentleman made a vigorous pro PSt but to no effePhis is as it should be Our local merchant are required doingIbllsltown Sand Jihey are entitled to protection If an uutsidercomes in and offers his line he should be made to pay When you think of indigestion thial of Kodo for ithfwithontidoubti the only preparation that completely digests all classes ot food and that inIthing that yll1 ace promptly bnt thoroughly oraethinV that wiffg right at the trouble and dp the very war ki itself for the stomach by digesting the food that you eat and that is Kodol Itle pleasant to take It is sold by the Red Cryss Drug Store it t1 Fair View t =t V t Mrs Etnmer Yancy nr chil dren visited MrsSitu Yeager Willisbtirg Thursdayi f Born to the wife of Mr James Gribsy on htl hofMay a gJrlf Hugh Grisby was ihSpring fibid Saturday and purchased a new buggy Price 130 Herbert Maitingly atteutTec church at Tatham Sunday There will be preaching at New Hope the first Saturday and Sunoay in Mtv It will be call meeting pn Saturdand the members are all requested tob present t Fifth Sunday meting will be held at MillI Creek church May 31 T q r J A 4 Happy father- is soon turned to a sad one ifito walk the floor eVery night with a crying baby McGees Baby Elixir vil mal e the child well soothe its nerVes Indu e healthy normal sluui b5r Best for disordered bowels arid soup stomachall teething babies neett it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful dug Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store He Saw The Parade Among tfie visitois here Wed nesday to witness the rand parade of the Knights was Mr Wm Spears of Springfield who is84 years old and as acMve as a boy Mr pearE was a very in teresting spectator and he en joyed the march the music and the day as much as anyone Enterprise hsJOC Io8 sullivjinTstreet Clairemont N H writes tAbous a year ago iI bought two 6 ttles of Folcys Kidney Cure Jt curdd me of a cqvere case of Kidney trouble of several years standing It jcertainly is ai grand good medicine anil I hear ily recommend itu Sold by the Red CrosS Drug Store Knights in Auto freck A big touring car in which a parry of Lexington Knights were returning home became b manr geibienear Perryville Jaie late Wednesday evening anl several of the party had narro vr escapes from serious injury As quickly as lit was seen that the car could not he controlled Jkhe Knights rolled out in every wiy The machine was pretty bftjd iy dama LWheh tle h I Hair Falls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experi yourhaifandsave So make up your mind this very minute that if ybur hair ever comes oqt you will use Ayers Hair Vigdr lit makes the scalp healthy the hair stays jin It cannot flo any I jj wayIs1ztyearzJ4Alaom ouerr Zlu AlJD PsPILtst wW to abandon it secure conveyance from the country folk along the way anddrhe to the nearest railroad station where they tok a rain for home It is said that the accidett was caused iy the steering gear get ting out of shape Sir Knight W J Card well formerly of this city was a member of tne party in the car and it is said that the manner in which Jihe went oufciof the auto would have done credit to a profesional Acrobat Enterprise Insist upon DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are substitutes but there is only one brlgioual It i healing soohingiandcooling and vs J oslUteRedREPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRSrNOTAL BANK O SPRINGFIELD t At Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the close of business May 14 1908 No 1767 ft RESOURCES Loans and tjscounts 22761422 Overdrafts secured and un secured 816407 U SI Bondsto secure cir culation 5000000 Bankirfg house furniture and fixtures 500000 Pue from National bapJs not reserve agents 43945 Due from State oan s and bankersm 237954 Due from approved reserv ed ajrents 505624 Notes of other National banks 140500 Fractional paper currencyi nickles and cents 11246 LAWFUL MONEY KESERVE IN BANK VIZ Specie 785910 Legaitrnder notes 0885001774410 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 5000- O832l35o8 m Total LJAEF ==9 50QQo00SurplusUndivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 848443 National Bank nots out 50000OQDueDue to State Banks and Bankers 244187 subjectto 14061092 Time certificatesof deposit 3614124 Total 32131508 OF KENT CCKT couN rOF WASH iSoTojr ss I A C McElroj Cashier of the above named bajik dp solemnly swear that the ofmyknowIdgcA C McElroy CashierISubscribed and s worn to me tbij 23rd day of May 1908 CHAS M McCHOKD Notary Public Cdfemisslon expires Jan 8 lUlO ConjiEcr Attest JOHN W LEWIS H I GRUHUY Directors W D CLAYBROQKE 1todog DJs epsi Our Qig itS what you sat tains =The Soul Winners have done mu6lfl for the mountaineers in buiiqlinErthe log college at Buck horq inthe CumberJands Per ry COU tit y Six years ago tweiity five miles frOth arailroad and nearly as far from a town they started a mission school under a rasrgtd tent jDa most destitute region with Mr Miles Saunders and his daughter as teachersTo day it has five large buildings crowded with over 200 students arid five pro lessors under President Mur dech a graduate of Princeton Universityj The society is just finishing aasecond collfge build ing in the same beaujiful moun taluS of Breathitt county anfong hundreds of brIghtoysand girls beyond the reach of qther institutions Prof Manning and his wife and Miss Mary Pauline Abbott trained teachers are tpreparlngposed to have the G vernor and other distinguished citizens pres enbat the dedication this sum mr to meet thousands of the highlanderson their native heath It iis not neoessary to say they will receive a hearty welcome These mountaineers are not always teaceable but they never fail in their royal hospitality The Society oIl Soul Winners whose work is contined exclu siyelv to th mountains has a hndredf lithful preachers and teachers at work in t e high 1landsthem by the free will ouviMnp of friends all over the worlu Las viear Major Robert S Bul tpk ih treasurer receiver over luUOO fur their supp r During the ye r these faithfil I pvaugelists taoght over eVt n tnousand childreiiin the thirty Sfven day schols and 138 SaK bath schools visid over lOGOC homes preached over 5000 times and had 1375 conversi n distributed thousands of Bibles and tens of thousands of rlig ious tracts and papers Besides this work the society built nje sChools and churcIes and mission houses hr different parts of the mountains it pubisbes the only p per devoted exclusively to the highlanders It maintains fine schools inthe Allnghfiniea SmokpyIt onlyiatplaysaid Jit is doing the inot and IWe Immense 1 I IFURNITUREI This Combination Rocker and High Chair and i GoCart One of the ms com plete pieces o furni and juti the tiling for your chi d 1toreV Price 3 50 I I TH1SR0GKER Solid Oak Roded Arm Highly Polished I Just Like Cut Ford I 390 of and missionary society on ejirth sfar as I knor Have you an interest in this work These are our Jieighbora our Ckith and kinVand witu all their faults there is no better stock on the continent They are ofI ScotcnTrish and AngloSaxon blood the purest in the countny Jhey need and deserve your help If you wish to give it send it to Majdr Robert S Bui lock cashier Fayctte National Bank Lexington Ky vho iis the treasurer or to Dr Robert 0 Guerrant the presidJnt tit Wilmore KyPCst Valued Same as fiord II B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell mycusto mers when they buy a box of Dr KingsNew Life kills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation malaria biliousness Sold under guarantee lor Hayden Robertsons drug store A Good Suggestion The editor of this paper would be the last man on earth to knowing say a word to hurt the feeings of any of iits subscribers or citizens especially at a time when the dark wingedmessenger of death has brought sorrow to the home oUtfrom the best of motives we desire to c llthe attention of our readers to the customeupf publishing cards of thank It is a custom that has pugrOflno its purpose if it ever had one When sickness and death c9mes to your home it is only natural that your friends und neighbors should do what they could to assist you hey would b heathens if they lidt ot Tney knOv from ibe expression of jour face that ycu ire thankful and deeply appreci atri all they dot and it is not oecessary to rush to print and tell the world tbayourt neigh cors were knd when you were in trouble Tfie re drng public tie becomng tired ofj lhe ojd iterotypen card of thanks You can exoress to your friends oOa looK or word your thank fullness ih a more impfessivjs manner thanyou can in a colum of cold type Winchester Demo crtt t DeWitis Ibittle Early Risers are small and safe and lurJtnd gentle little little pills Sold by Red Cross Drug Store x lye Chamberlains CougbRewd Cwill keep the ccugh loose expec torrtlon easy and render the fite 0 coughing less frequent and Isss severe It is safe and sure For sale by the Red Orons Drwr Store are dding to our 1 J Now is the Time to buy Hammocks Baby Car r ages and Screen Gpods jLow Prices and a Big Reduction Don1 Fail to See Our i ocartlI J IIIThree Floors of Furniture Callt anjd sees Our Stock J and be convinced L I LeachmAn CampbellI c- 3 a 4 I t 11iI J 11 ilfIf 1 x1l- 1l1i THE CAMPAIGN IRONi r ri WhoWill BevPresidents i p i I l i i+ Toforjmyjur opinions and keep iin touch with tbsprOgr5 c the mllaiAnyou will need tlaiews i trIt i daily I CourierJourna I f k ORa c touisville Tithes fI FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 119O8i Kr f f 4 AND ir A 2 7 The NewsLeader V i s 4ti For One Year fori 4 Tr i 1 fri It i i e ttI9 s This gives you a live metropolitan fjaper through the L inamnicrn andt elecon Order to days a s berip 1 receiycdf No prUlvarldAUgU tandnosUbscriP iO onlyanrioKi i t tcefved at the reduced rate after Angus tSlSenri your subscriptions orders to thwSCircumsUnrestotne COURIER JOUrNAL or TIMESV v t44 1c John Robinsons Big Circus Will Exhibit at Lebanon I June 3 I Indications are thata largl crowd win v attend from here Very low excursion rates will b in effect on all railroads I lie how undr the management of Johri Rpbiu on Isebjov inj its eighty seventh year oif prosperity arid is ode fthe foremost smentattractio nsI of America if not Qf the world It numbers among its arenic favorites SL m4 of jlie mpst ex pensive ana pest acts that money xcan procure TThe Capt French troupe of Amtrican CavafVynaen in experts feats of darhig and original horsemanship James Dutton Co three in number Europas greatest rlderStnn4 IfortyMomus ina gleeful suffipency otherioin three rings anal anx elevated stage and introducing Monste Herd of Drained Elephants Big Realistic Wi d West School of Wonderful Trained Menace Horses Great Musical Ballet and 300 Daring Gymnasts Nimble Acrobats und talented aerl jests The Robinson show has al wags been famed Jar its menagerie and this season finds tbe zoological annex the most conf plete evefcrriedby a tented show comprhsing costly and rare animals from qvery section of the globe Tbis splendid array of animal talent will be seen mthe big daily street Pa rade pronounced by all as the most gorgeous and elaborate pageant of moder times comprising more than a mile of gold encased wagons chariots and 500 of the finest horses This is the only big show that is not in the circus trutand no advance iq the prices will be made At Lehanon4une St LIvikeJeton is the final condition aof any child that has SvOrmsif i lives Think of havIng something in ygur stomach that eats all you take ae nourishment Nine tenths of the babies have worms maYbeY9urshas13e Cer tain that It has not by giving it Whites Cream Vernilfugeit eipely warms tojic fopthe baban Price25 cents Sold by the Red OroiaI DrugStores P iirf Drunk on Doughnuts rAs onesinc rely interested in seeingi afttbe bar rooms drlvan from the lland1 we arise to protest against any testimony from hnD Rockefeller oeinp ntro duced into the videceftcIU1 getting 10 be an old man ntiw Beg veout in a recent intfrview in Augusta but I amproud wad glad loisay taat I have never touchediWhiskey in JoyMifi But he touched agreat maay ather things a his life One wa the pock t9of fvery man woman J J iL Voalo11- I nd ebIldhli tou the other wsadouhatrfJslj a sam now pasfr fifty said Tbo Carlyle once i ua fituf dyspeptic gloomland all j knpvr for cer tainty is hat I havdgot a tfop 4 IachPI JohaDe qcu rder ipbrane rouritatLiga I UAder the brdn of led railway tnafeehed r and for which be bag oilfered fortunes for relief could not ppseibly htve been ujworsq had hO restted with eil low Cascade or Peppers JRyf instead As a temperance JMIi J phi Iis testimony w bath ii 1 pertinent and irrelevaf U Dz Ji OQ dbighnutsattcoal loUJII tli y J worst kind of dunk4j1olH Trotwood Moore itti Pslor IJrolwoOd Magazine ior June A great many people ivafiite tfeej hav J heatttrouble whea tW fact iit that the whole trouble xlli in jtlUx ktomach The paini Iin tile ad t around the region of the Meartis m necessarily heart trouble Wets gest that you start with the stow ach and whenever you fet a dcpre ion after eating or wheBeveryow fooof seems to iawuese take Kodol It mil not be veTylosg uatll all tkcw heart bains will dbsapp 4V Tab Kodol now until yoa know you k yon are right again lJtere kat 3doubt about what jt will do ad 1 VIII find the truth oflMs stattexeA 1 verified afteryou hayt iIC for a few ires ki It iii old bere Rhe Red Cr DrHjc Store f q IRemem r ltThe Winchester Democrat iajs that discouraged faroMri s owi4 f remember the MMOA ol OIIli 1 twel7emonl5s ago They WtUi 1k vtvetvonethat this is the most backwari spring Alley ever sw wbM h little reflection will they are entirely rrbnjphowEt f ago we had a very discouraging springi Is irwi there was notj so JOttClt coM weather as at plez4elstI imlTihi rain continued so lofawd wee so per siktent that jByfry4M xi claimed il ere would oe no err raised lfc1Iof th coca WC planted in June aoi wHy al the rHt flect inltb gro i Vti I f in May Een iifider 4ibM elr cnmstrnces a very gsod crop was produced ami only a per cent of the corn wt ao and wholly lou A jrtiit ofit never racb 4 mim r but even that wuaIOSBJ As dark M tbe hasbeen this sprinfr it M bsItei than was affordtd laM 7w So whats the WM wtrf JNt 0 Itwilll all coma attMwd r and what Wilt s lk l voidable circiiaMiis s h T madeupin acme 0UaeI rt fione oaly btUerM aM wflb I J l 1 trhet by Dr Shoo that irfll pst1 stop SHiy pali aajwlwra te Jjp iute DrutIats eiywInlI I i Dr Sboopa B faciM TBM LS tHy sppMMrj1os M a keftdpclM kop PJ rgem Amply c b away from pln cente41ilPaia CMIHM irom btooA ii r ci tcna that Pt Or dtwpa Hdfacfce T Uptt pain it lodtmttt fOM talkte oId Red eross Drut 8tor- TH N WSLEAOER 7 I nttNtWSlfADIt p PI f 1 Igp vzYIIUR81AY- a SPKG1FIELDKY Sa J1 L f oJ E L JDAJVJSON t Jr J 1zr t1 = =If PTt fZTHuasjAylfA 21 1998 F i t rij4 if For Cdngress i W d to announce IIA1W Io il AS a 4 forirerelectioruto Congress frdm thi tfret Fourth Congressional District t Ii Subjection ttt9j tii4 ctioa ot the 1 Democratic Party V FOR SBfeRiPF of We areauthorized to announce A C F Kiball as a candidate for the nqmi nktiorl for Sheriff of Washington r cOuntysubjcet to the actiOn of the rcnocratcparty IDeputiesRichard tt Boblitt Sam Do Campbell Wlflh r ilerrittSanders addjaubert isi We are authorized to announce S 4 i J Anderson as a candidate for Sheriff WasKington coufaty subject to the S acUon of the Democratic party icputics H R Eauniaif Sam Haled qorg7powel aidByiofl CroakeM Report comes ron5 Frahkfortii t 4 that an Owen cointy farmer was kllec17 Jn Shelby cbuiyat the sametime Neytt Hazelett met d dealtt Great secrecy was main a j tainedlae disposilngof tnc body t t Thei state of iNorth tJarolina f has gone for prohibition byb1 ab uti4OOOO That famous re- I tt mark ex hang d between the g yerq rs of the two Car3lmas yUl now be morjs t significanta i ever rs Floods in Peasand Oklahqm r tire causing millions of dollar v 1 j ss to propertytand many periple are rendered homeless f The upper andlower Hous of Cbqgresp ore trying to agree on 1aPcurrency bilL i i Orido Laxative Eruit Syrup is ibc for women and children Is mild actiod and pleasant taste makes it preferkble to violent purgatlyesi such spills tabFets etc Get the booklet aBd ar sample of prino at the iRe i l1r ssDrug Store KIRKLANPc tt MrDaveBea81 y and his adopted son Kid Tisdul6J- fWindSlow Indj arrived atviii place on last Saturday nightI His four sisters and brothers i celebratedl his 53 birthday oi Sunday at his old home place Tlhere was a large crowd present l and all seemed to enjoy the daj with pleasure They eftfolI I l jiiome on the fol owing slay- A j t Several people of this place StatLetdtdi day atLawr nceburg I 51r Buck De ringer ot Asht brook bough 11 nice birsp from Wr Will Graham price 100 The farmers are getting along fine toward heir 1908 crop tMt Ed Sag ray arid Will1ter ISItnarble players cam tb this J plade and got beat i Rev Olmstcid of BowiingI 7 JGrreeti filled his regular appoint ment at the cldif AntLoch chu ch Sonlast uriday bui left for home after services ito get ready to unite in mqrtnriony on Tuesday We hope be will have gfeit sue 1 jessinhis marriage Some of the boys of this place are getting b hrnd with tie ir marble playing on account of ho V weather 1 rt Ernmer Grafumis still on tfit i J izJrI Tped nerves yith that noambi bitiori feeling 1 biat is commonlyfelt in spring1 or ezriy summer canbf ri i easily and quirk y altered by taking what is known to druggiSts every where as Drv hoops Restorative IsOne will abolu ely not a changed t i fling within 4 hours after begin ping to take tiie Restorative The q bowes get slut gisb in the winter 1itime the circul tion otteuslows thc Kidneys are inactive ind even the 4jt Heart in jnany ases grows decidedly t L 7 Vttjakeif Dr Sops Rostorative Iis recognized everywhere asa genuine tpnic to these v tal organs It builds i up and strerm hens the wornout weakened ntfrvjs It sharpens th l ffatlin appetite and universally alas t 53dtgesti n It always quickly brings renewed strength Jife vigor am ambition Try it and be convinced f Spldby Bed CrOi a Drugstor Mabkvilie 7 itfi Mr JJatlPeter ofHarroda burg vrsitedis naughterMr i BarrRi1tst weekI MJoetoff was inSprhn1- fr stIhid Monday h Mis1uerite5Lhni wh vic pr tTn months hf1be 72 Pw1 f hbUtli u f jiuLLoltge1rIaii dstiirgiia r jjreturned hoipa i Drs Hc bQraanc1 Eutmati Of c JJeh anpHj werehetO Sunday k Mrs Jim Seay 0Jf HSrrods MfB iJMrburg visiteiJr rEierMrs G H firqker qlstweek v fi tIc B 1rJQID1soflOr LOu- r viIIrfJ batutdayiJdf Sc Lu dar f jMr iC Cintleti and wif e wctEf burg Saturdy- Qul number Itcmthis uqe attended the decoration at kant Grove last Saturday afternoon Tbe announcement visinndet11at there woud be nn tin Ial decoration n the third u rdjyi in May Dr and Mis VfjT Barnttto were in Texas tfistj itusdav Mrs J H Hopper and Miss la Francis Litseyj were m town r4da ollftPeoriaot the illness of Air Maves other Mrs 1G IL Bickerson who ia quite sickof Mv Monday DrW Snaith T Baryettgan4MrJI i OflSpriugfipldVisit Mr TJi iah She maker Sur dav Married on May 21st at thej MissfAdaTumey lqbvChristian church only a few itnti left for Salyisa to spend several l ays with Mr Graves siste xs Mog Slaughter Mr Jim YVneeler after spend ing several weks with relatives iriear tywniias returned to his home in Kansas JMr y lor Bowling Green to jpdf- ew days wth his son Mr I WilJ SwejBney who is quite sick Mr Will Sweeney ihHS b eh at ending the B GUts Uat thatj place for the past five months t Mrs Sadie Hyatt who has i een visiting at the h me of Rev Talker for several days1 has returned to her h me in Springfield Dr W W Hyatt of Willisburg was intown Sunday Miss McGill and Dr Stallard of Springfield were iin town Fri day af ernooA Miss Myrtle Catlett and Mi s Lula Mcfjlaio of SpfingfiMid 1at attended the Tumey Graves5 wedding on last Thursday Miss Sharp qf Sal visa is visj ing hr father Mr John A Sharp j Mrs Dick feaker of Soriri deld is visiting her brother Kjr 1 H Hickersbn this week Dr RoBardsof Harrodsbure was here Sunday The ladies of the Presbyterian church v il give an ice cream supper On the ceniulf dunw 5thr iAll are invited to attend- Mr G L Warner wife andI daughter Mrs J A Sharp wen n Harrodsburg shopping one day last week ir Oscar Shewmaker of neaV Lawrencebur yi iled his fathe- rMrFraukSbewipakerlustwe k Several from this pi ice attended thegradp cliool eniertain ment at Spriuglield last Tufci5da evening i There will be an entertain went given at the Christian tnDP7Jl It Reached 7 tieSpot- Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega p and is president of the Adams Comity Telephone Coas welas the Home Telephone Co of Pike county 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my Jife once At least I think it did It seemed to reacfil the spotthe very seat of my courai when everything csc failed Dr Kings New PiStovery not inlyi reaches the cough spot it heals the Ore spots and the weak spots in thrpat lungs and ch st Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons botpeJfree Woodlawn rNews is saarce inthis placo but Iwill try and lot down a few rttems Tne night risers have never molested liny one in in tt2is section althoucrh there will esoin Lobaccojis d near here so the tsay l11r R R Duganwe pre gladI to report is put again He has been contined to his room sine astAugust buthe says he has comgLOutrto stay a summer Mr and Mrsi Lee Swea ringer glOve urMissJenniiJ Duncan our efficient teacher who has just c osed a subscription school so jar Tuesday oflast vcel 01 AiliiQh was weiI attended amI eyery body enjoyed themselves hjghly jMis Marie Sweeney entnr ijqed her young friends Ins t Friday night qt a social Ice crenni ard1 cake vvere served Bvervbot y venthomp wishing toj t end more nights iin the same ay f About all of the ornvilJbeO- iJl1tttlhI8we lt We hope to SOl n seethe new t3pplar Fiat chufch going upas- ofe beleive in church wninrr Mr Lge Duncan and aushJer olden Wyandotte AND Buff OrpMngtons Two oltbe lbest and rrob p pulai j Bra from th e vry beti1ins j ggs tPer I16 t 1 I 1 S itiaf Action guar ntegd MI7k R CLEMENTSI t rhrl No 5 JSpruigfield Ky PhonalTa 2 shorts 1 long PAINPain In tho head pain anywhere has Its caraa PaIn Iscongcstlbn pain Is blood preasureriothlng else usually At least 80 Dr Shoop and toSIrov8 it he has created a little pink tablet tabletcalled Dr Shoops Headache Tabletcoaxes blood pressure away from pain centers hotthttonSPresstUOi1IongestlonbIOo4 pressure That surely isla stopijiswell hl3rulsoand pain you Of course it does Its con eestion blood pressure Youll find itivtero pain sWeDr ShoojtsII Headache ITablets 1 REDCR0SDR1EGSfOREdnU u ee1r- vlL friends and rVjlatvrs titre IIy returned home apt 1ue r1tLYI j rMK Hit rtCrbme of oflIyjtlIdroaket ItStrinIt une 6 i W O Elliswas in Sprmsfi Id last Tuesday on a biifcims trip t The Worlds Best plimattf not entrely free from Disease on the hih eJavations fevers prevail while on the lojver levels malaria i elncountered to greater bss tent according to altitude To over come climatic alTectiohs la tute malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general ideinlityj the most effective remedY iU Electric Bitters the great aTxcative and antfdteforeTeryorn Haydon Robert on drugstore P ice5k MOOR S7JLLEt l t JBoiin to the wife OB Mr Note Weekly May 21 a boy Dr Peak and wife of Louis iespentSundajtvith Dr Shehan and family j Severall froVi hee itt iedcounty court in Springfield Mon ay r- i Mr1Esi OBrien spent Sun day and Monday iulLomsyille andjdaughterir Louisville Mr William Gheathamj sold r cow and calf to Arthur Moore foti0 1Mrs EPa File of S mms Misses Isapnie and hoodie Smith of Loretta sp nt j few days last veekw1h Mr Jeff with and family Miss Nancy Ellis has returned to herThome at Woodlawn after Visiting her sister Mrs Tea JHardiu The faimers are vcry busy planting corn ihis week LMr Claude Hnrdit of J tier jjonvilie Inc visited his grandparents Mr arid Mrs Tell 1loh Saturda aht Sunday Little Margaret Boblil stiU- OttiHUeS1ll l at the 1ume of her randpareuts jltfr Dan Donavon and family Jr Spencer county is visiting Mr JJames Cull andj family this week Miss Lizzio 6 rqiof Sp inji field is visting he father Mr John Oliver this weikf- iPKQM ANOTHER C RRESPOND T KNT0 1 Mf Jaihes Auderf on and wife f Texas wrq g ests of Mr 4nd Mrs Whit inan Saurday and Sundav i Pcfakegiiestsof nave re urned tu LcuisviH34 T Misses Lora and Dassie Ytn cley entertained a fow of itieir crit nds Sun a heir guests Iucluded Misses M irgaret and arsy Lyddane and Dullie Vit gin MSS s Eruesi Go tley FL T Virgin W B Vandyke E H Vyhiteman B Vtall and wife alid little son J W Irs H R Edd oman pen unday in Louisville Mrs E G Boblitt of Bards town wascalled to the btfdsitl of hex daughter Margaret who ib very ill of appendicitis and al p eumoria J Miss Foiry LyddanespHnt from Saturoa irntj Mondy wIth her parents at Midways 41little girl arrived atthehotnGi of Mr N 11Weehleyllas Tues day moning ff4 j Notice to Our Customers lVvTeiareylcased to announce that 1 bloya Honey and Tar fo9 coughs iplde and lung troubles is not affect ejd byithc Katiojial iPure Food zinc Drug jaw as it contains no opiates or er jTaKmf al drugs and we recomI jhe Uitt o jale traicdv for Children riidulc Sj 1 vv t eR di Gross JIEggsEggs L Eggsi roJr l f OPUll 9 StOCk Pric 100 for I orioO fur 30 MRS L N R F 5I REEDjj 1UJ tdnoy foniplaint llills pjlVthannny Jtber disease This is ytie toifho disease being so inidious Vt titgets a good holp on the System t tiefore it is recognized Foleys Kid Qey are will preveuf the develop ment of fatal disease if talen time- SllJ by the Rtd Cross Drug Store f I rathetr Ccek Mrs Lucy Holderman spent Mdnday with hei d ughtei j Mrs ld Russell at this place Mrs Lrsle MayeS of A icetcn as been spend ugr the la t two weks with the family of J M- Ma4es Lifciie Nannie Best of Long Run spent last week wiiihi her usin Mdggij Christers Mrs Ida Coyle of Long Run peI last week with her sister Naniie Ghristerson Mrs Net Miyes spent hurs day with the family of Mr Jeff Mayes i I Mr Jimmie Mays spelt Sat idiy nijiht arid Sunday v ith his uncle Mr Leslie cIa es of Aictrboo Severall from this plae at tetij ed church utMackvillo Sun day Bro Bruner will prench at Bat te near this place Sur day at 1J oclock j j We are sorry to say that Mrs TJN Mayps and Mrs Livjpa- ch ans remain very sick Tile farmers are aboGt to gel their corn plantedtliis welrT Gardens in thIS sect on are very late this imo on account of so much raii y weather House cleaning is tin go this week ith several of cur ladies What has become of our Long Run corrospotident as weT havei riot heard frOm hub for soui- etimf i More News from the New England v States It anyone has any doubt as to the virture of Foleys Kidney Cure thy need Ouly t refer to Mr Alvin H Stimpson of Villimantc Cnn who after alrifpst losing hope of covery oa accduntoftbd failure of o many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney X uro which he says was jjUst the thing for him as four bottles cured him completely He is now entirely yell and frfofroPI all the sulTering incident te all kidney trouble SoldbytheReilp ross Dm StoreI Wool WanterJ Big st cash priced paid foi wool Willreceive at points u suit the farmer GIBBS MoOLUif B MAYES 4t Spilngfietd Ky Weak woui nshouli read imy Book No 4 for W sifleflSIt was written expressly for women who are not well The Book No 4 tells of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic suppositories can be succes fullj ap pliei The book and strictly confi dential medical advice is entirely free Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Night Cure is sold Red Cross Drug Store Buggies Painted I am prepared to painthug ies and carriagjes in first class ityla Bring nnlSour buggies and 1 will guarantae satisfaction ttha old q8sey shop 1 BUD POPE II l Smi1e is a pretty hard thing to accomplish vhen youre blue bilious and out of ions Tjiere iis a sure cure for aU duds of stomach and liver corn Jlaiutsconstipatiol anpl dyspepsIa Billards Herbine is inild yet absp lately effective in all cases Price cents per jbottle Sold bj the Red Cross Drug 4torc II WANTEDrRtjliablei enemelic man to sell lubricating oils greases and paints in Washing Itt nand adjacent counties Sal try or commission SyJETSONjOlL CO Cleveland Ohijq I Disturbed tnc Congregation The i erion who disturbed the con greirution last Sunday by uontinuallyv coughing 43 requested to by a botto of Foieyi Honey and farold he Red Cross Drug Storet Notice AH those havI g claims against the8tite of J B Rdbensdri decease will please present the same pioperly proven as by law required to mQo to W F Grrjgsby as his office in Spring fiell ICy 1on or before MSy 291 19m3 This May 5 1908 11 HAYDON fLjAcmr J B Hobertscni ivc ChamfcerninXCou gh Rem ad- pCvviJl ktep the pcugh loose expec torrtlon ptsy and render the tit o coughHig less frequent and lhss galejjbjb Sride of Washington ItORSpringfield ChOIceh Manufactured by J W JarboQ COjWe pa highest jmaririp price for grain If you want the Best FLOUR ask your grocer for pJ lOne trial will convince you that SIoaPS LiI reittV II- will relieve soreness and stiffness quicker and easier than any other preparation sold for that purpose tt penetrates to the bone quickens the blood drives away fatigue and gives strength and elasticityJo the muscles Thousands use Sloans Liniment fort rheumatism neuralgia toothache sprains contracted muscles stiff joints cuts bruises burns cramp or colic and insect stings JPRICE 254504 6100 TAb- rEorl 55100n BostonMa USA NEW SHORT STORIES WeipHf In the Wrong Piece Senator Isaac Stephenson the multi millionaire lumberman fromk Wiscon Biii gave a demonstration at the Whl House the other day of how he made his money A group of newspaper men was telling tile senator that the HLMvsjmpcr gapie was Hot a poor mans paradise One asked the sena tor It he couldnt give him a shortcut to wealth Work my ijoy work t said the sen ator Iun seveutyuine yfJars Sid and every dayl am away from hone you will find mh at my office frgm early In the morning until 9or 10 every night in the week except Sundajv I PICKED THEM OUT MYSELF Why I am as strong as a young jiill today and If you want a tussle positive I could doyou up right lamI and now And the senator drew hl1I great long body to Its full height Looking alput hlin the senator Qsnled one newspaper man with whom Secre tary Taft likes to match weights j usii to encourage himself IT have 3000 men at work in tile woods of Wisconsin said the senator sizing the newspaper nian up Every one of them Is a picked man andi picked them out inyscljf Young1 fel low if you came to me for worltand the senator advanced aim laid his hand on a rotund bay window frontIwouldflIot hesitate to ton you that you hind too niujLh weight In the wrong place to work for inc1 Chicago News Nr Martins Murmur Frederick Townsend Martin New Yorks brilliant entertainer dislikc3to see size crests faked family portraits ancient heirlooms from the curiosity shop and all those other counterfeit things that porno millionaire sheet The speaker was an actress Tie scene WItS ono of IrrMartins teas at the Plaza n splendid assemblage of beautiful women great painters socle ty leader novelistssuch an assem binge as only Mrs Martin collects Yes iwurned the lady Mr Martin hates faked blue blood l remember lone night ata public dinner lie sat beside ftc ii ml Ilear us a fat wonian very blaumt type ofthi nouvcau rlche boasted of her birth I3f35 ancestors she said conic from London Im going over there next summer Iiii going to Visit sill tlie scenes thats associated with the lives of my ancestors Aininzlmj how fashionable slum ming has become Mr ilartiu sour mured L ii1 Rather a Misnomer Patrick Campbell the talented Eng 1kh actress said the other tiny of an lEnglish critic whose methods she dlslikbs VTho man Is not a critleat all no haY riot enough intelligence to be n crttt csIn fact he belles tile name like lIkei l1ei Stpllcdi Al incident will supply my simile shesaid Oitoneiof my voyages to the States the AVjeathcrVvvas extremely rpuglu As I Inyjln ill tberth iny luggage and the fittings of my stateroom wcrer flung about horribly vll of n sudden there caUse an extra hetivy lurch and sonic thlngfltruck mo ontthe head HI was stunned The blow had been sever When I recovered my seiisqa and looked to see vhathad so nearly done for me jl beheld an admirable cou trill ce marked liTgroat lack letters Life Saying Apparatus A Resemblance Wnilaui Jennings Bryan In the course of an Interview accorded to a San Francisco correspondent said of certain trusts IHno wonder they1 attack the juIt mid tluvVnvnrntnnnt that luivfi convicted them They arc very much In tim position of or sndn who was hnul lup before one of our Lincoln magistrates r Why did you knock this gentleman down the magistrate nlkOOtbCPl rIs oner Did he call you a liar Worse than that wits the reply he provedW wA Boy on Clergymen Bishop Potter at an ecclesiastical dinner in New Yrk read at Coopers town schoolboys yon Clergy alien The essay which created much nmpsement wntt as follows Tberd nre3 kinds Of clergymen blsbups rectors and jcurats l The blshups tell the rectors to wrk and the curate have to do It A curat Isa Jljln uussi4cd mnnbut wheo ho Is a aJ refor he getS fuller and can preach fougcr sermons and becums a good lnlln There eeiis to be somethirig in the feminine mind that is constitutionally opposed to doing some kinds of work in an easy way To Illustrate theres many a hardworking mother who still adheres to tile laborious old chopping bowl for the preparation of her bash tlmfccr and mince meats when a good meat grinder would do It In halt the time and with half the effort TIHJIC are other good souls who will pa Montly drudge away on patchwork by hand and view its absolute domestic saorilegg the calling of sewing ina chine Into scivice for the doing of the same work While the average run of cows may- give a maximum yield of milk at seven or eight years of age there are fre quently exceptions AJ 8iC cow belonging to tile writer that is thirteen years old this spinig is giving more ufiil by a third than In any previous period of lactation While conditions might be responsible in part this would hanlly seem sufficient to account for nil the difference noted Undoubtedly a large factor Is that this spring there walffan Interval of nine weeks between milking periods while in previous years tluiv has siiltloia hwf11oe than fou or five I Tho other du Edrive into the country vet awl the large sized fommpn kind with wings out spread and almost motionU anti sta tioiiaryscanning the meadow beneath him in star of fed While the ob sect of the birds Uoen vision was not in sight he had likely spotted a gopher or mouse null was merely waiting for 1 good chance to pounce upon it frpm his position of vanfage Rather than tbeIsoftly ind more viewed as real friends of the larmer orchardlst and gardener It is not surprising that residents of the Mississippi valley states anti those onthe Atlantic seaboard mindful of the meteorological tantrums of tlu weather clerk which haxff resulted In the formation of ice half an inch thick nights when apple peach cherry and IIplum blossoms were In full bloom son 0 lours to hike out ta the Pacific coast where a fellow can doff llesult of undcrclothlnjj at night with a fair de gree of assurance that he will not nccfl two or three thicknesses of uuderflan nets the next morning The variety of weather abdve referred to is fine but it Is rather hard on a fellows physical constitution aijul pretty tough on the fruit and gtlrceu truck HUMOR OF THE HOUR All Right Otherwise The sharp jjosed matron who was bunting a desirable flat had Inspected all the rooms peered into the closets looked at the pictures on the walls Ithe ornaments on the mautelpiccc and nil the family plate and china that didnt happen to be locked up but she Idid not appear toj be quite siitlslicd Everything looks right she said ubut there must be something objec- tiOnable Youve had the apartments only a year It will be a year the 1st of June answered the patient woman who was snowing her arousal Yet youre going to move out Yes we sire going to move into n hou c of our own r Oh thats the reason s1t If It were not for that you would probably stay hereT SYes You dont think tile rent Is too high for this neighborhood uNo inauuf riiercs really notlijng wrong with the flat tlwbr Oh no The only tbtnSe dont like about It iis tit slnca we matte up our minds to nu je we have beep an noyed by object rUl persons who come here house banting prying Into everything andasliig meddlesome anti crtinciitque8tlQUH Otherwise it Is entirely satisfactory maam TbJgiIs the way QutiCbl it o Tribune IA Man EaingShark Jase was Late J IWhy III note was Deceived a village selsoolteoclerS byI JIfeilor sIr My boy lasehad to be late trtilay Itls his hianea to tnllk our pow S1e Is a Ihcky cow She Wgfced Jase in the baoU today wLicn lie wasnt looking so lie thought his IwtcU Vlls broka but It aintT But It Is bUick and blue Ifyou dont bollovo it you can see The pain kepf hint late Wo would8xjll tttat Mvr- If wo could This Js4thJ forth UmosHa has kicked Jose but she never kicked him talc before So excuse him forine HIS MOTHER Llpplncotts Magazine LoU UtllcnCD C IwET IMHUtffiViflCAt trotting clmrn pldu LOU Dillon iS 85 foaled a filly by John k MelCerron 204yTbey- onuWltoils said to be the 4pefect iypt of a trotter and gtvat expecta t3 r1rt citcahiel cjnoirnlng her I n i ijTi not lseArotted this z season anti probably BejGr again iaI I J IA R SHULTZ JeW RIEDEL SHETZ RtlDBL I PJummes inHardwarens1 a Garden Tools r the received a new supply of IWeI Cooking Stoves and Rangessti1 which we willat priesto peas oftI Agentsfor the celebrated PERFECTION STOVES r Garden Hoes LawrtMowerspRefrigerators Water Coolers 3We make a specialty of Plumbing Tin Roofing Contracts og iiii iiOOOOOO s At HertMEs I v You can get Ice Ceam d and Sundaes eyeryday Frsix a toothsonae t Cakes 1 and CandPes v r sII5 Meals and Lunches at any All kinds Soft Drinks l c HI FOR CAISf Y NOVELTIES Conaeand see our line I KATIE HERTLEIN and Bro t 1 CloaksSuits Waists Skirts Departments SOlcs and velvet Black Dress Goodi Women Zfeckweir laces and T Embroideries Notions Unines Trimmings l Wash Goods Flannels and- DomesticS Mens FurnUhihzs- ArtKeedlewotk Pyrography China ReadytowearI Mnilnery Sices CarpetsDraperies and Furniture Wp time We have fa I of FQfe MAIL ORDER- CUSTOMERS ONLY Sale Geeds ke OMaiaedr DIlly IkroBglt ear Mall Order Bcpartai rt Sped Week 160 Cases for ii5suit casi that will stand har3 abuse It made of fmitatioi- tAlligwr It well constructed with brass locks and will we satisfactorily SA Greal Bargain JBCON aSOH5 53244 w Market LOUISVILLE KY FREESwin send to anyone Irriac out of tows who sends no their address The Ladles Eee JeI SiyJ IIe8k once a month for onoyewr free of charge IrCOL JOHN 1 1JJ Dark bay 153 Hands fine style speed and action Five years old This colt is hon of the great Onward Silver for merly owned by J LfDruieu of feardstovn trdwinniof the Transylvania stakes at Lit xini I ton acdwilh a recota of a milk in 206i and two miles in 4 2f3i Onward Silver was sold for 21000 and wAs taken to Italy ilveris a Ron of un ward 1141 recortl 2 5tandthe sire of Fine perfvrrners with recod of from 205 to 210 and ths sire of the dams of 13 with ecords of 214 On ward is 8son of George Wj flees byIUnion 2K7f Col John Ts damisi J5ate ICite Huhdlej sired byJSfabofh 1893 son19f Wlhighai by Geo Wilkes Kate Hundleys first dam was Belen H dom of Claijptftf 2 28 by Metro oUfeatni son tf j Hl lnbletonian 10 and fdlt brotherI VlCnrlLjdum otETai cUd 219 and Priuc too 22Gb Ttiena VietorjJibld for 4 8pO et- I4errans saLe i1 Second dam Nelly Anderso dim of Worry 223kby Cilla Vermont sire of Bonner DOlJ handle the very best rof Tools and Have r variety lQwis the i to gcjit tS Hake Hoes Spaces etc have the Ibest gaxd nJiI2 on market L just Olt and most time HandkerchleliJ Cwi lTbis Suit A is is Street Wo named Onward andbetter loRienria I rell GoodI S1ks1DIies Tri1nm kfIrt JJiK MN CIi9I4It MI 5N tJIeMIrT ttft Wl4sSisM JkSaM aeashSIawn waiiaM I3lIWiT1eMIIIr TMLSSNi IMIl N h1lItsy 0 MisssJIWtir7 ssCkjuts JItI1 a A Deiore5 gK11lzz at16 = 223 and dams lDf 13 in 230 or 4 beterA also sire of the darn of Gambeilai Wilkes 219 sire of Eyelet 006 Guinette C4 Lottie L rir 205ilind tevet ty five others better than0I- Iiird i i dm MissAndergon y Garrard Chief fVt Col John L1w111 make fie present season afc 15 to Insure I jyJCt IordBacon ii- Is a black Jack 15E ban WJf ie bone and musclpE jis by Dj Parroits JacVi Jie by Letcber s Jack he by Governor W ooiJiic 4 is 6u t oT aflneJegnettb3o ernor nd L rdauf byolct131aJ k Hajy t So v bu Jcour noi fill1 Jr jJireoding He wiiimake tlfe season at D 1SForMaread8FlSirieCt r Parties baying rnare to b dare yilet tt call A21 ffjfli it i ai 2i tniles East of Spring fii iy fh Spriifield on th Spijii- fieldaa4 PartyAilteprkt aeqmy stpclc Care will iakvii m avoid accidents t WIHli- Otresp9niblbol Irt Jtp1J tc f Lein cetrtined lotIUcoltan II e3son is paid snd winsy d whejpi coltfg foiled r tLliit parted with or bred lileewhrte RHEDELEN 1D iGIT BURTON 2 4 gj ENT PTlf T I r iTEETH EXTRACTED I i 1 N1THOT PAIN iI ri tt iwuKagt flock mpi swira s SPKINGFIEriD JCYiAll Dental Work Strictly r jt Fkst clmss ph D J Ie IIIUDEP i1t and ShbOffice hours 8 to9mi 1 to 2 pm I MI 3 rOM oer Haydonis Drugstore t Sr 1 L zLatuptont MUD His it DtofrKekOneral1ouse r oflIccPhoRO off t Kestdte 14omoiJ F1GR19SBY yel tf AflORNEYATLAiheoyr SPlUNGFILD KY and I set l Dr Wl W 14YATT tf 1Dr JJM SPALDINch Office over Red roSStinStore Office hoursI Hyatt 1Q3O 55 o m to 12 m 4tb 5pmI Spauldng 2 to 4Imand all night man I priJOIINYiu mm UI iCTFrR AND USE MBAlMER TELEPLONE T0AY19 NiGHT 74 li SPRINGFIELD fKJ Allens H ftpre Confectionery l i The placeto get Soft jtian their 0 Drinks Ice Cream and Soda gb Wter jner ha- I v j i The best and freshestof Ith 4andiesSan fr the itsIK aiaysonhatid I Ch 1 Min Street next to Wai 3 t th- V inHatel1 at i Leon Allen so J E Shelby 25 Breederofco Diiroc JerseyanYII I aniiboO1ing orders now f Spring pigs R P 31 1 Springfield Kyye v Gooi Placee To Stop Ida has We 1Svie our Washington and P ifelson cpuntyMriends when in He onsvinev and looliirig fora place to stop to caUl en ns Weli have several IbHic6Ilfnrn sh d Rooms which we willlet for lodgers for a short or long staya reason j tie rates S i Located 9n the Northwest cora nero Se7elt anii Market Stsf if Inriil Wimsatt J Jbhri jE4eIen s I WBBOHD1 t BS SAYS i s the man tor see when iin 11 j edof the following g q11II I Grain Cradles S zCaniale Trimmings K tI JiM c IiMd y J iI tLt 0 M tS HSaws of desctittos d Htd A tA specialty 9f good work tt2W 11 1syeBv5 u4 are ilwija cutting ficratches k etitt pafllshr1t1rbumps Dorm or cakf Itejit aeglectsuch thinIa J they mxj resutrioflSit Aaflard EOV Liolmerit i cord4n tidkoctLst right away a iiWill rtlkyf thejpala and heal the troiMt Pric S5t4ioc and flOO 8otf W Ms ReitCrp Drug Store Itl flt rdkf frIII tPIXIEC k ICel TQIN riUiUWth iIiriWI Local Happenings oT Interest i The Freshest nod Latest i R AIIAboutYourseir Friends and Acquaintances I IU PJ kinseedat A Shadersj k hFrnone set double har pssJ G W LYONq Swee t cider dig sta coco Kola of all ither soft drinks at jA ader If y- chinerw nneed a yfind of ma iliis or engines see N G 0tks1i Revbw Lyonlwillnotfihl k pulpit Sunday at the Metho distchirch he having gone to 1 woi Springs Look at our speciall campaigner PIe of the Lojiisville Times six nths apd NewsLeader one arto t to Leachman Campbell urnitureJ men for hammocks lawn and porch chairs ndbE tees ji t The strawberry fete given by lpd eSof the IPresbyterian jin urch Friday everingV was a ancia success Vetting about o3 jaPrepflieselbyiJamptieil carry a full line b doo and window screens att W ces that will sell themmf toTFIey erian church will serve supper on the grounds at the churcbon the night of J une 5tt everybody is cordially invite f SWANBeech Dumber wiltpay highest ice Have for sale Oak and ach lobripg Write to Kena1 a1ItckyitBee Louisville Ky The adies of the Mdud Chris of ch rch request us to extend j tanks to those who sos nero sly assisted at their dinw here on Moodziy Quite a ndsone sum wasrealized frombj e proceeds Rev Lon Robinson pastor of b M EL church Harrodsburjr y will chat Wesley mapelAlso tiewill preach at Antioch cful owing day Sunday 31stP 11 Bisi appVintment at Mack arm e is withdrawnS Mr AVC Rogers of Lebanon ldh re on county court day r head of thoroughbred Jersey cows They were a fine Jot of ws ind exc lent milkers s hey sold from 40 tq64 ahead d we re purchased by various farmers in this cctmmunity 2 t has11beeIlcl i3 ars vith the Johnston Cigar Factory has quit that firm and opened a shop for himself room over coxS grocersj His fire cent brands are the anoV Pelt andKentucky GirtI willI also make a 10 cent cigar ho be known asLa Harmon e aslcs the smokers to remem r hi n when buyingrcigars The Springfield and jbhe Bloom field base ball teams played an ihiere ting game of ball at High to 1 park on Tuesday after oOn ffie game resulting in aZvictory for the nome team by the sc are of ito 4 Th local boys will play the strong St Marys team a double neadejr here this afternoon an goojd game is anticipated JimSfamiliarlysL r rcErT Everybody j Wm Wear Specs SomeDay w Present statistics show that 3 there is a wonderful increase in y ttthie number of people who de pnd on Glasses for good vision Thej1 mre people wearing Specs tl4ere than in any other city of 2 itjii size Where learning and It a progress are you will find the y most people earinff Glasses 2 ATe you going to stay behind J tillI you have to have them and jti en maybe fitL yOu1iave waited Il tt along thatOme small trou Q e has grown on till Glasses igi jfc IrF Tell Yw 1 1 tTflKRlHE RUSSELL e C 0SI ipgfleld KV1ti 8 iToF1csiii f n wndied suddenly at hi- sominhe 4 galley Rill neigh borbobd on last Monday Uncle im was about 7j5 years old andI uite ad interesting character the type of pnti bellum negro He served in the war and waS drawing a pension of twenty dollars a month at the time of deb Mr 6 R McWhorter bad a valuable Jersey milk cow to be lle1bY the L N jpasseriger train as iit was coming in Sunday ightt The most uncomfortable peo in Washington county are thosefwho have catarrh Get t a Bfyomeiv outfit fibrn the Red Cross iDrue Store and be wIl- T a antiual picnic of the Springfield Graded School was eld yesterdayj on PleasantRun The iirge crowd of children and t6ach4rs and some parents at tendedl and spent a happy day the1woods1 Roman Maraija nineteen years and a son of Manuel Mara a farmer living near tovn oped to Lexington last week ith ISIiss Eflfie Lewis who has eQ iving with the family of SI Gbb The couple were- arric1 and are still in Lexingr n Some enterprising burglar broke into the empty stare room formerly occupied by Irvine McElroy as a grocery on last- atur1ay night The glass in a back andLthe window raised There was absolutely nothing in the room nd ihat the burglars object w n breaking jn cannot be jo agined Mr Walter McLaughlin son Wrs McLaughlin of near town haslet the contract for a tore building at Fenwick and ill c pen up astock of general merchandise as soon as the building is completed Walter has thisI0usiissSHveijal of the leading stores of this town and wijl no doub- taka successful merchant in his new quaters He asks the ge of the people of that vicinity tock Sales Campbell tthe auctioneer SfM the following sales of liv on the street here on Monday 17 head of yearling teeis at 235Ogper qead 12- sani at 2475 6 sarn at 25 60 10 ame at 29 40 same at 2860 one fat CQW for 4150 hmfer calves at U5p one longj yearling steer for 31 one your old horse mule 80 onei pair yearling horse mules 80 0 oO cdtIJ a u Of z 01 Zj c t eel CCI Zr car collJ Dj b J Df W V Stallard DENTIt 0JTeeth extracted withont paitfor danger Office over McElroy Shatters Grocery Phone 72 Springfield Ky one pair yearling mare mules lOOa yearling coltl 45 aged male 30j mare 16l25j mare 40 i bay horse 66 brown mare SbiIO- Lyman Barber Honored i jNews to as recevtd by his i parents here of a signal honor r earned bj Lyman Barber a son1 ol Mr ana Mrs John R Barber at the UJniveraity of Madison Wisconsin where he is a student f In an oratorcal contest in which there wre thiIty six students to comp e young Barber car ried of titst prize This is one of the me st coveted honors in l the schooll apd is one that ref t fleets great credit on the winner This is young Barters first year at the University He gtadua ted uqder Prof Colvin of the Springfield High School and this victojry speaks well for his training ll BadljfHurt i Roy Bottom the tten year old son of Mr Arber Bottom who lives abput three miles from Mackviil on the Perryville pike was kicked in the head by horse on ilast Saturday afternoon and so badly injured that for a tjme hisj life was despaired of The Ibojs skull was fractured and tlielf physicians who were called id found it necessary to trephine ahd several pieces of ibone were removed Drs Me Chord of Lebanon R Bards of Harrod burg and Dr Barnett and Thompson of Mackville assisted in the operation From lastl accounts the boy wits im proving and the chances are thought to be lavorable to his recovery Young Bottom had just lea the horse to the pasture and as he slipped the bridle oil the animal turned and kicked him in the bead Court Convenes The regular May term of cir cuit court opened fiere on Mon day Judge Thurman organized and instructed the juries on the first day The follow irg ctizens corn toss the grand jury q W Oder forman J F P ttus clerk W A Clements sheriff HT Shehan Buford Neikirk 0LevT D Titpp Thomas Hays Thos H Pinkstjn W L Janes SE HarlowIPeltiij jury1 is made up as fol lows VVm Fitzgerald Aaron MtirphyL J N Arncjldj Woodson Cdyle Hsiilpv Piiikston Fonza Smith 4 RGray Dee Riley Sol Kay John Cocanongner R HtchettH R Thompson Jv 1B Edwards Sum Derringer iH Tscrug si SdmlIaves Harry WrighG M Waker IJ R VClaybrooke I b Jtties T fiVwillsonTT Miller JSYankey and T B FUugheJl REP BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER LB II1II ASH SPECIALS AT M ELkOY SHADERS SATURDAY R AY3tr chocolate v 3 cakes for iOc Evergreen Cornt I 1 2 lOc cans for 5c Lemons M vonly12c per dozen Royal r Baking PowdeR 5 i4 50c can for 5P Oriole Oats v tIOc per box or 3 for 25c Yacht Club Salmon aniSccao for 15c V Sugar S io 171Ib3 Granulated Sifgar for 100 Heinzs Baked Beans V IOc and 1 5cper PT Apple Butter 35c can for Bound OOH ansfth50c D umpling Apples l l fcr 25c N IcansI E xtractspJ lC v i 35cYanilla25cy20cf6r 25clizoi f f ii 4 2f Rice 3 lb it2j5t1d i Soapsii 6 bars Bg Deal or Red Wrapper 253 7 Lnnox 25c aiI H3d MVD QNvna aMva qan Tu11 ey ravesIMiss Ada Tnniey and Mr j1 ames J Graves were mnrrjed on last Thursday yat the home of Mr Ram Shewmakernear Mack j ville The wedding was rather a surprIse to the many friends frofbeen informed of their intention h The bride is a popular young woman vn6 was born and reared in Mac viUe She ias many ad muers and possesses many charms of person andcharacter Shehad bPnmakiIig her idme in LbuisvillB for the past two ears Mr Graves is a weliv known and popularlocal jeweler and has a wide circle of friends in Springfield and Washingtonn countyv The c femony was pera1 theIdays spent at the home pf the grooms sister in Mercer county i Mr and Mrs Graves returned ot Springfield where they will make their home The News at Leader extends best wishes I Death of Mrs Willeljt Mrs Lpi Waters Wijlett wifet of Mr Lee A Willett died at her home near Fredericksown on last Saturdav afternoon after anhillness oJLseveral months The deceased was a daughter of Mr B B Waters of this county and had been married to Mr1r Willett about fourteen years to She leaves six little children Mrs Willett wa a devoted wife Eandcrated Christian She was a devout member of the Catholic church The funeral took PJacec at the Catholic church at Fred erikstownfon Monday mprriing The interment was at St RoselJ Sunday School 1 Work ReyT C Gebauer Field VorkV 1sSchoolAsociation three days to Washington coun ty viz Friday Saturday and il Sunday Ma29ih30thand 3 1stIRig appointments are as lows Maud Christian church Friday night MW 29th Mack i viiie Saturday iiia connection of with the B plist OneJtIQri WiUisburg Christian church Siturduy night May BOth Springfield Christian chVroh abl Sunday School rallv Sunday iis 0MayPresbyterian caurch a trnion J seivice Sunday night at 8 t oclock Mr Gebauerwill alsol visit the Sunday Schools of the town lof Sundy morning and willpreach jI at the Fresbyterian church the 11 oclock service atI Tne people of these commu lies are urged to at end these il lectures Mr Gebauer is the best worker in the Stat Asso ciation work R E C LAWSON Pres Washington Co Sunday np School Association PERSONAL Dr JR1 Mudd of Louisville is here this week Mr McGuffin Harden the wella f known Karrodsburg atto neyf attended court here the first of the week rc hMissMaud was in town lastTuesday- Mr Leo Haydon weat tor Louisville yesterday Mr Woddaon Coyle of n afff Rose Hill was in ton yester day and paid this office a visito TSLr J H Kays of Tatham Springs sIn town Tuesday j Mr SM Campbell and sons went to Danville yesterday onE 0busiiessJ XX Greece has has gone to Lagrange to engage in business Mf Will Leachman confined to his home with fever Little Lucile Noe has been very ill witn pneumonia andI measles this weekbut is improving at present Mr J W Thompson who suffered a stoke of appoplexy several weeks ago has suffici ently improved to come to t Ilrel and is now with his son lrH JR Thompson Judge Frank laugherty and Barber Baldwin of Bardstown ere in town Saturday Dr John RoBards of Harf ods 0o 0Z burg hero spent Sunday and Monday Mr Woodia Mattiogly of Baidstown spent Tuesday here Miss Eula Wathen of Bards ILebanoiI oJ 35 f Mr James Spalding of Lebai non was here Monday Miss Ida Charles arrdOf I I1L 1 1ni 0to niw 0 z 0Q zl 01 0r o1J 0 tJ JIII 4itlitrrive 1thet Mrs Ardis BrowX is visiting t Mrs John Brown neat Leoanpn Miss Blanche Bbnta returned oni Lexington Saturday after spending seyeril weeks wither sister Mrs WFGrigsby aid Misse Jennie Gokendolpher and Susie Moore are visiting friends at Wilmore IMisses Emma Adams and Ela Potts returned to their homes at Bjairoclsburg after a weeks visit at the Grundy Orphanage Mrs S P McChoid of Leba on is visititig her parents Mr nd Mrs W lv McEipoy t Miss Ddllie Creager who at tended Beaumont College at Harrodsburg has returned home Miss Ellen Gregory is visiting her sister Mrs Carlisle Olelland Middlesboro IMrs Thomas Smithufeturned TuesIday accompanied by her daugh erMrs J S Claybrooke 1Mi5S Kate Wbarton win Jen the little folks today in onor of her little nieces Misses Mary and Lydia Wharton Mrs Sue Knott and daughter iss Mamie will leave Friday attend the commencement exercises at Nazareth Miss Mamie will visit relatives at- lzbethtpwn before returning home Miss Virginia Good loe of Lan terJ is a guestof Miss Lyda WiIliamsofMapslflilL Mrs W W Rap and Mrs P Tromas are visiting Mrs Aljen of Bloomtieid Miss Isa Colyin returned to her home at airfield ater p pding the winter with her sister Mrs T DTapp attend schooliipg Mr Cambron Mattingly and Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon were in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs Will Mahpney f Louisville attended the fun MondayIIliiss Mary McCiellan who has een teaching kchoolat Lebanon with her brother Mr Vim McClellan for the summer J1fr and Mrs J Bailey Pey ton arts visiting relatives in tile county Jylr and Mrs Robert Durret- tf3LOmtiedareguestsof Mrs M E Durrett MrVMorrie Durrett has ca turned hdrae from Lexington where heattended scho6K Mr and rs T Scott Maves Mr andiMrsYHertlein and Miss Katie Hertleln attended the Conclave ball atebaUonFridai- ght V Prof S D Keener who was first assistant teacher in the Graded School will retWn to his home at Bristol Va Saturday Misses Flornce Lyne Francis Martin and Prof S D Kesrier attended the ball game att Blooln field Saturday t Mrs Walter E Leachma spent Sunday in Louisville wijh er sister Mrs Mary Weisen A fishing party compused of Messrs Morrison ONan W K Robertson F Martin of this place and Harry ONan and a friend from Louisville will camp on Rolling Forkthe latter par t f this week MissEmity RusseHisi at home from Lcuisville IMiss Bessie Settle of Maud spent yesterday with the Misses Russell Miss Emily Colliar Bird of St Johns Wood of London Eng will sail for the U S the 30th ult and arrive here the first week of June to visit her sister Mrs Ed M Russell at this place l take your stomach trQuble ot the Red Cross Drug Store and get a 50cent box of Miona oh ap proyal0ne little tablet often ves acute indigestion in fly e minutes 7 For Rent f1 A grocery room formerly o cupiedby Irvine McElroy ana IoffleeF Neikirk pyy ftc W K Robertson S fJj The trouble with most cough cureis Is that they constipate Kenneds Lazdtive Cough Sprup dqob not con tipate but on theother bandits laxative principles gently move the bovyels It is pleasant to take and it Is especially recommended lor chI drea as it tastes nearly ac good as maple sugar Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store if HE Cfl1LDRZ 1FL IT KENNEDYS LAATIVli coutH SYWP I SLIIIHouse Keepers 1 h se cleaning plea e S dont forget th 1t the BIGfrSTORE1 can best supply your needs in all kinds of i I F1oo9Covegs T J IIWe show Carpetings from a hemp to + I thefijiest Velvets Body Brussels and Axmnistersrnadup tofit yourroom a I Full Line 9x12 Room Size Rugs Ifrom 10 to 40 each YoUjHIt- will Jine some Beauties here 1 1 I = A very la ge Stocl Mayings 15c to4Oe per yard j Mattingi Rugs 35x72 for Gpc each r lI Jute Smvrna Rusrs 30x60 98c each 1 JVelvet Rug 27x54 for S139 each tlVeIvetRugs36x72Ior4325 each r AJ Excellent line Axmiuister and Smyrna RugsinallJ sizes in both Oriental and Florall Patterns at low prices f 4CurtaitLace Cuctalns 48c to 8 pair i Awnings and PorchShadesti I Wall Payer and Moldings cl We are r6cftjving new things every welkin Dress Goodsf It tijRemeintrrClolung Hat hoesSbirssidNckwcartO befound any wh1 and it p icvs to please YOU I 11i I y IIyy tIIHope Cotton 8 13cThrdI 4 White Bed Spread 125 valuator 93c Extra good IndiaLinen for IOc a yard tThe Rob rts nCl04JYb nkeii I S fNCORPORATbD 1 o sicW + t ILADIESWEARLWe j I IIC1 line of Ladies Shirt Waists a firfie asv sjortmeht at Right Prices J i J= SHIRT WAiSTSS S 11 t j i Itjl + At75ct to 600 9 JIt te J t it yXti SiJ a J T goods were bought late and at prices lWhich will enable us to didpole of them JiJ i I Special Drive IL iiFor he next 10 days we wili make X special drive on Lawns and Whit I Goods We have some beautiful patefterns and invite an inspection I GRUNM McINTM1ijj- I rHi1 J Tie average farmer Constituted as roost of them are wIll rnve betteruc- Ifcess he devotes his energies to tbo raising of either a Strictly beef or dairy breed of cattle rather than to what is generally understood as a dual purpose breed One who has suflfered gooddeal in past years as a result of Ivy poisoning writes that ft vcrr simple and effectlrei cure Is the applteatjon to the affected parts of a paste made by moistening fresh hardwood anhca with wtit Ourr1clId titatea that this seldtfm falls to give iraniciliate relief Where an Individual piptl in the I2Tn or country school becomes n isource of morc lujury to the Industry and government of the school which m attends tunb he derives in benefit ifrom thacaiwaflonal advnutngast Tiava1ialt Is time that Khanded his volklngi papers and whichII get out Specific instructions sent put l separator put onthe 1l1cblne1l1 8CJ1stoycnly Is not surptlslug that the use of the Snrator in sonic localities is not ftr BnlfiiiB in materially improved aairj prodpct f01I If Makes k1da d RIUdrJlt While Etifopenn ann ASWUC ctmur v 1 AjuteAmerican continent sei3 tp possess nn exclusive monopoly of hummluir 1 blrdsOt the four hundred odd varl rt Cities nearly all are to be found in1 tit 4 ifcoplciil regions Only elg lcen cio 1 the borders of the United States from V tMexico and alt but one or two Viiii i etlesspeud their summers 4n ttojoqfh A t tern states While this tiny jInl docs secure some honey from flowers its ood sqnslsts dually of small tesecfcr Which arc fouMIU the vicinity rflQw er beds manioc which are lInjarloas to lc the floWers thus la the cast tf jJils maUestrbpresentntIve ofJirtr v w efiQ3 ta have been treated ndtglgr 1 n thing of bllUtv but for the jpirf wp5s tljuuvJ of a helpful m1sionL VM iMi i tCrhrmiC4 47 Ttf RJtIUTHi WealIREHEIIE E JTHE LDIIr FAVOWftM- WAMC t l orJ tj Th 1N NCPsrn BtilariSnow tialUvot csic t9fuim mi J REDCROSS DRUG STORE 14 4 rI w c c w r i 7J n 1tvrt9Qp the iigh T Jea r I tr+ JlifttfSehtmt That Cst the lives of American ftt Idbii MjitiTj tff Wreck Found Off Gilbert Island CWldvUp by His Confcision Ijj 0I i 4 i rv 1f P iM siugI CISS Apamana- y k te Wt1Ian4s CaP t aMakem ad liM eIaeer of the 4 S ivr t r aa t liou rl Lnnrel found a tfc wfcKx 0 t JT liUtf uierIeaniuh1t jdMMpr Lake thc utranfe wreck rMuMM dveD4vro 4 Robert Louis MtfeMMii WMefcen found ou tlie IIbsta ra aoatkJa MAfedV this wreck Wf i9 trhN o M IjThem the trad rT lS tt tfcqr re4l a tale that MT r A MM oC tint e1h nth than tWlwMtfitk oatiiry From two men M flHiMpi I 1Jame as J Jay ter Md he hatted Iron Manches ter KMmda the frtber who gjve ite MOM MO J lMw adsa1d Lon IIear Xaftftd wa Ua borne the trad Ituasl teat Joeph Mortinleri JM forty yrs f age had forced ifct oaftale mod mate lot the vessel bist mad they had tolen the 1IiIr They were fteryrdnr Nstd for piracy and murdei and taken o INva FIJI hvtasde for trialr THe B M 8 ifammai now at Syd I r Nf w brought the reiqark ibk tery of the pirating of this leb INs from oJem and theif H 4rei tbecapUln and mate who w ee e oVwrboard aftera desper ate jtrMOffe jar Hfe when attacked wJtIl aoawkItM alcolm jnaster of thefrad IIIc r Laurel sighted the s t OVMBOkRD WITH OR BrO V YOUR BRAINS rUTl Kbooner in Apamana feet when his Vewwl Arent to the village to trade She K I tbe weather Tilde of the Island tad far ap oa the beacfils He and the en Ufeernvre bl to wade to her Tyri 1n were seated Il the deck They Mid the remaffiderf of the crew s had goie ashore bat forgetting said a few Minutes later they had left the TflMel in a boatdhad not been heard of They declined to gHe further in foraaation concerning themselves and tSe traders went back tb the laurel mystified U Thy rttecussed the mysterious wreck BBtllvlater at night but w re unable to form jyijr opinion Next morning the two lDeeameotf to thu laurel andf asked paptaln Malcolm to give passage to PhiL Shortly Ie ore the na tive magistrate had visited the trading schoouer and warned Capjtaln Malcplm apt to give the two men passage as he Intended to send to Tarawa hoadquart of the British residcn commissioner in the grout where they would have an opportunity of explain Jug their position to the authorities The dusky magfstrata iran of the opin p Ion that every thingwas not just as It hoald h vebeen l Captalfii ifalcolm was curioUs and he cros3 questlouedtle two nien He was IJmxousto olvel the mysi pry Thurep no name paiiited on yourIp vessel WhJls that asktid the trader tliiVe forgot to paint It In when we- rj palntca the vessel SaldfTaflor the elder of the1two wOn Hvre had re 1chrIstened her you sec KVe Intended if to call her the White Rose She used to Ixi called the Prtelch elf Valparaiso train which port we sallcjd on Odfc 10 It J118t WeiougIith fronm1 Mr Ussh Got your register aSked Cuptaln Malcolm 4 No v6 didnt get a register Mr TJsahley of Valparaiso reused to glve It to us whenVe bought the schooner Got JLcIearanceJ querletl the trader Nt we lost IfcH replied Tay I lor beeltatiugly j u Okiwhats the Use of IjtlngJ he sud 4eljsaid Ill tell yob the whoJp tag of trlclgt The fchooncr waS the X JCeHTT Tigre bouttflftftons andl salted under the Italian flag She was employed out pf Calicol ln the coasting trade 1 i GaptJiln Malcolm refuse to give tIn jfffijj u a passage Itanci they wentt Tv Idc tp the Bchoonerj Jr ere they re alhedJtint ttle steaiEr4JEenne cainerand ihey eretakcJJ on this yes gpl to Tarairn headquartefs gf the cov- eramrat autlt plncc4lndernrct ptnd Iu3 Investigation D1rIJilgthettll Jackson the younge maaf made a confession He said that hliiamewns Jackson bu that he c Went f y tht name of Skerrct t U P was a5T3ethie lIa ear nTt canttJtai out anythhig about ojir new neigh J s4woverSmSett j j 4ttCiffeteer flarlr5dunUySorne day x genuineVs4MI 4N arkfi Btiiri Begird pr paint 4I t T ln1 twenty jrears of jige and an English tanJ HIs com rilronJoseph Morti Inert ivhd was about forty years of age ras etglnn and was employed S cook qn the pchponcr Neuvre Tlgre vVhlch let Callao with a cargo of coke lifhr one oJ the costall ports There Was a crew of four all told Including the captain mate Mortimer and himself whi was engaged as cabin boy Sfortlmei had previously planned to lpirate the schooner for they had not been at Bsa many hourgjjefore he made 4 bloodt Irsty attack on the mate The mte was attending tp some por lieu ott rigging when the cook who had secured a tomahawk crept up be hind hhlUcl aimed fallow at his Iteadr At that Instant the mate moved tjnd instdad of killing him as was In tended tJid blade struck his arm caus jingtl sejvere wound The mate then WilPpl drwIth his assailant and at tempted to wrench the tomahawk from his grasp Mortliper however was a powerful man and the mate was se verely handicapped with his Injured arm After a desperate struggle last lug some minutes be found he was unable to overpower his antagonist and made a dash for the rigging Morti mer fl4 taken aback by thIs move aW the fugitive reached the rigging before hu was aware of his Intention Mortimer again rushed at him Und I YOU ILL them them made sh shea at him with the ax but the mat by J41s time lied Reached a place of safety The cc mmotion brought the captain on leek Before he could arm him yelf how ever Mortfiicr spied him and leaving the mui iJtilift rigging at once tu ned his attention to the cap lain I efore the capbiin could get anything wJth which to defend him self lie vas struck ou the head with the ton hlwk and rcumdcrd imcdn- cthns frt ler now hadVull charge of the slUj lie hurried to his bqiik aud se nrod a rifle whlc lit had secreted there ifterdclibti y iyiig It he pointed it lit the mate clinging to the rigging nid threatened to sljqot If he dill not unip overboard Over ioardj with you or Mil blow your bi IM omit t he shouted at the mate Time u ate tried to pacify Mortimer He cajo od vjijli the augcrell Belgian Stood a ming at him wifh time rifle The coo then lImed njsslng the mate Before io fired ntTn l mate took a header nto the ate n He rose to the urfacc a short distance from the ves sel andifiiuckout trying ttoj swim to the silo e sftvcra unites distant few mhytes later ht dl app area ap parently Being drowiiedr 4A By th s time the captain had recov ered nsclausnes Mortiiper gire him the option ofi Jumplcfe Overboard or behif shot The captahif hose the former ourse and Immediately leaped over tl rail Young TCckson the cabin lbvy who had been locking on threw tie captain a plank He was unable o say whether the cdptaln se cured tMs plank but was of ithe opin ion tim he lid not see It and was xlrowner When time captain and fmhte wero forced rverhonTd Mortimernmdc Jacf son pro ale to stand hiltillJAfraId that he would he forced orjrlpard the tahiti loy readily assented and the1 two de ide l to navigate tla vessel to Austrnlla where they propiHud to her am dp ainp The coke was Jettisoned and the nahu of the yessel painted out NoItJer if ocii moi4 nor Jackson knevk much about navigation and the always rtiKod with the wind They h il several narrow esciipes ly fact i in reitlarUable ttlUt they rriched as far nstheyjud w pout dk usterJ One inrnlng htnit oclock the yes el brought np tj the JYnhiuaria tgoo where she drove on fie heacv and wn t n hopeless wreck The two men wo ignorant of their psf ilon n laiiditig and It sasthis fact tJIt made tile lint vefmnslstrato suspicious com limed with the tick of papers The i Irntr t were oit to uvnln- J format It will he soit to Cdllao and Ihry 1 y iE2 the for trial rrirtj mine ao yxra aunuc or rotS coffee tear nub yWehlcrwbat soft of pre mium lid they give away with It1 Kansas City Times Light and Airy Beggr Snpp Ah I am wapped lnmy own dc nh tlinvrrV Mla nlmlwQc Inclousitefetryarci tt- pn njrnf vnn srIM f cv ciold I H 4 MotTke affect of maWU Wits a long time YOst ak caM esiler bpcome run tlowii biwof the a sIfcts of malaria i Strgtk iyoursfwitkicoejr tJ lIWOCH MM toMt up yo r nenrouf Aj ALL DRUomrrti BOO JAMO ioo r It 0A1 1IntTbtS StoveM Your Kitchen It is wonderfully convenient to do kitchen work on a stove thats ready at the instant wanted and auto the way the moment youre done Such a stove is the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stbve y Btsipg it you avoid the continuous overpowering heat of a coal lire and cook with comfort even in dog days The rEwPERIEi1oNL Vick Blue Flame Oil CookStove iis so constructed that it cannot add perceptibly to the heat of 1a room the flame beingi directed up a retaining chimney to Jt the stove top where it is needed for cooking You can see that a stove sending out heat iiri butJJlli dn rectipn would be preferable on a hot day to a stove radiating heat in all directions The New Perfection keeps a kitchen uniformly warrantedIf To4ampffor r lightpertagtncy STANDARD OIL COMPANY tae lpOraled t The 1908 Crop If tlarrodsburg Democrat 1 Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin is sending buv from 13lanIfqrb reports ntl c mount of tobacco to be rat el in ihej Brirley district this ye in The figures seem1 to be more interest- ingi tkan reliable and are as tMlows Royle Henry 1Iadis nand Montgomery counfresj 30 percent fan average crop Ahderr son Jessamine and Owen5 per enr Boone and Pendleton i3 perl cpnt Shelby 2 per cent Carroll 1 per cent Bath Bracken j Bourbon Clark Fayette ranltlin Grant Gailatin Hir risbri Kfnloh Lincoln Mason MercBr Nicholas Robertson Scott and Woodford ro plant 1edb own He said that many ioiinlies made no report Tbjis represents an official report from twentyeight of the forty Burleyraising counties LOt sows only a little more than 2 per jsent ofa trop in thdse twentyeight cpunties t If such reports are to be of any value at all they must be accurate and re iable It would bahard for aay one whia travels abutt the district at auto believe thatin six teen of the richest and greatest tobaccogrowing counties in OentraJ Kentucky not 4 pound of tobacco will be raised And yet that iis what the report means if it means anytt g The estl mate that there will bo n wbadeoraised m Mercer is prob ably nearer the truth then it is is applied to any other co nty1 at1eienat1 Theeslimate of 2 pell cent in Shelbyis away below the rear fact and the people of Jessamine estimate their crop at aol pjer cent instead jof 5 percent Owjsri county according to best mfdr ffi thanY30 per cent and possbly 50 per cent of an average crop Madi son county people at home spy that tbe largest crop ever seJ2n iothatcbunty will be grown this year Spencer and Garraird counties rue not included on- t Cotmnissioner Rankin repot but they will turn out nearly1if not quite an ayerage cropt 91efadsthoroughly familiar with t ie conditions and are not misled by the Commissibners report The only result can be to mislead and mtinforT tesnull gro r who does not kop thoroughly ad vid and wLo qoeiot travel over the dislricltnly to the end thM he is placed at a qisadvtn tage c I Health Coffee1 iiis really tie closest Coffee Imitation ever jet produced This clever Coffee substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of i Racioe Wis Not a grain of real 11 coffet in it either Dr fahoops Health Coffee is made from pure toted grains with malt nuts etc Really it wouid fool an aipertwh- might drink itfor coITeeVo2dor 30i minutes boiling SiAIafcde in a byMcElroy V Wh tThey Co t ersCaieh100000 It is estimated that the Howard cases cost 10000 for eachtriaiand that the Powers cases9iearlv twice that much a echtriallast muth longer than did the How ard c ses Witnesses were brQught from the West an 1 their mileage amounted to a consider able sum How much it cot Powers way never be knowr but he has JJsed money without stint or limit I IjATalifotniansluck tThe lluckiest day of my fJas when I bought a box f BuckJe sAl nica Salve writes Charles P Radahn of Tracy California Two 2Sc boxes cured me of an annoying case of itehing piles which hail trouble me lor years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guar antee Haydou Robertsons drug store Kentucky fair Dates TThe foloingare the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky reporteuStGeorgetown Jvfly 28 5 days W inchest r Au ust4r4 days DauvilU August 58 days Lexington August 105 day Unionton Au ustll 5 days Burkesviile August IH idays Bro dbead August 124 days Springfield August 124 days Sbepherdsville August 18 4 days Lawtence burg August 18days Gall jin Owen Tri IuarrollPair ISanders August 19 4days Vanceburg AugustlO 4 days Ewing Auguot 203davs Shelbyville August25r4days London August 258 days Elizibelhtown August 25 3 Zap Bur inglon August 264 days daLSonierset Sept 14 days Sardinsburg Sept l3 days Bardstown Sept 24 days Fern Creek Sept 24 days Monticell Sept 8 4xdays Hodgenville Sept 88 days Glasgow Sept 94 days Umequaled as Y Cupefor croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Cham berlains CougKemedy is unequaled as a cure for croup says Harrj Wilson of Vaynctown Ind When giver as soona8 the croupy cough appears thio aetnedj wilprcv cut f hi attack It is used successfully in mijny l6aif ands of homes For sale by Hay don Robertson n the wronj Place Ssay spluttered the victim Iri the chair what brand of ttoptii soap Is that you are using It lsnt tooth soap explained the barber Its shaving soap Ththea rejoined the victim ddont IJ myIGreatly Enjoyed It book Honis struggling author Thnt last yqudidNslRgtW ircrny cdJlorYcs I ex pectcI ttu devote au entire evening to reading It It put me to sleep In live minutes ohl fehlowuJhieago Trlbunn IJttngle Talk The Mnikey Im going to move to the cltyVJicxt webk TheiVpeWlmat are you going to do yhcn iyou get there Y The Jlonhey Alt as cashier for an organ giIndcr Chicago News Sane but Crazy You are sure you are of sound mimi now they asked the flsyhiin Inmate Doesnt the fact That Im crazy io get Out prove It vas his answer Ofeouse this won lila freedom Philadelphia Lcdgo Tho Sympathizer Glumor suaius to reel a great sym pathy for any Otto dyho Islil 6tIplul Hit Idea of sympathy Is to get sonic poor Invalid hi a corner tiud ttolMiitu how miserable hes looking ilMiIladelphla Press Past Control She Is so afraid of being thought un duly enthusiastic that she boasts of not icing struck by anything Well last uauinicr rim came very near being r ruck by lightning Balti more American 1tJt Rings Roundp Eyes119 At21 11- aHIl GAllFETRIGG REGISTER ROCKfORD fA 9 CORRE5POENCCc J J Uuce the old Jersey bps tanu ttvah thsri has teen KVing in the writ ciWh i Before tiint fur a coui lc of mouths it was just c isiing r A plentiful sowing of bats or mau el wurtzcls thisspring will furnish r nourishing mind succulcufratlonforthf rltk vows next fail Itt winter and om that they will gr atly enjoy A slop raIn f from onehalf to thixeqtiarters of an inch which s6aks into the gronudas It falls doe raor real good thiih three incites vhich conies down hi buckets full In the average thunderstorm The thing that makes the bur oak n hard tree to transplant Is also respon sible for Its standing more drought than many other varieties of trees a tap root which goes down Jeep until It 8trkcs a stratumof permanent mois ture Tlie broad gauge patriotic citizen If he does not have a heavy load aboard will dlve his team in the center of the newly graled roal It Is very natural 10 tlQhve iiiia preliminary trnvel on new road 7orthe next fellow who comes ilongv TIme blue grts pasture furnishes nit almost Ideal nUt P Oll erly balanced ra tion for stock 1his Is indicated not only by the relish Vith which they eat the grass but the good It does them in time matter of growth or fn ullk or meat production 9 It Is Questionable whether It pays to try to veal calf that can bnly be fed a skimmllk ration during the ilrst three or four weqks After this tlraeVhe but ter fat in thrwholo milk ration may be in part substituted by shele corn and boiled flaxseed meal V Unlike most other members of th clover fajriily alsike does well on wet soil It should be sowdl In late sum mer or eaily fajl when the ground can andIGood feed kind treatment and a re llnbiy matle cream separator nfe pretty sure to mean success with the dally Of course It Is taken for granted this statement that the members of dairy herd lie bees tested and that only those that areS paying their board bill are on hand Tt is due to the children in the home but partiriilariy to the good wife whose vkvv of time outdoor world Is so often circumscribed by u that time front yard should be utilized forsome thing beside a chicken ranch or n hog lot Hops ore all right in their place but that Is out hack of the barn Some one hasnaid that the forests npturessavfogsns substantially correct It Is fair to state that a whole lot of bank wreck ingis going on In the suicldarahd shortsighted tqrest policy wufoh Is being followed by the commercial l interests of the country In the mammotli whcatflelds or the oIJcratIousA machine called the header pnd hauled by from twenty to six v head of horses oian immense gasoline true tion engine and cutting a tYuth four teen feet in width headn thrashes cleans anl sacks the grain luoue process LVery the rose bed will be able to do it harm If It Is given aHh rough spraying every morn Ing with the garden hose with the wa tter under good pressure Sprayed as often as this the lice slugs and other pests are not glv0ntline cuougli to prosecute their work being uncere moniously knocked oft by force the watjer IofInashiucji as dirt is the common for imlcrobes awl bacteria the less dust and dirt there are at milking ollouJ11t1ful Ntlahyi iei IM only scej that the bath l ifiides mire bnishud carefully befqrelljHk g hilt that the udlerund fonts of 114ow as well ax the hands Sr till bptnttor arc csirofullj washed Thsjie prcirt stious simply mean clean lallfe and hake possible a first sciass butler iiroduct While n1 i1 umtuir 1 l11d sIu tiles are 4yrcd np ifol who arc catlrQlv uijoiV iJitlMr slid noi to CliunP KILL THr COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings 1 New Discovery il IFoR1 COUCH Trial PRICEII AftD ALLTNR0ATAPWLiJNGThOU- BEGUAEAWTEED SISdQTO- OR MOUY1iE1UNDED SI J I i The itts pedullar fo women take different forms i 4 Some ladles suffer every month from dark rings round theIr eyes bbtdiM oa lbJr jki and HrW feeling Others suffer agonies of pain that words can hardly express v r Whatever the symptoms remember there Is one medicine YlIIO beyond mcs qmpotiga tact on the cause of tHeir troubles tht vtaken d womanly organs j r f t 1 HMrsH 1tof1t I WRITE US A lETTER 7 l9ff r A tag from a 10cent piece will count FULt valua pA tag from a 5ceat piece will count HALF value 1 t j rru ji t B i TOBACCOr t With valuable tags t JI j yojir tags from SATESMAve 1JOLD GRANGER TWISTi Master Wltkman Srttrt Frltto HtrseShwT Ivy x JT5 psk SPHT Htwi OM HtuMty Erthl U fur siI f WII BlHkBear OHk ThSlSYSWJT1IIIInIIM TIIIJIII 1 t Coupon from Jito MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICWC TWlSTij 1i OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Brazil Smokbig SILT EDGE BrtUI Snwkltf Yellow Strips from BUSTER v I SfSti v Tags from the above brands are good for the fpllowiqgand many tthtf j useful shbwapresents as by catalog a Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razorr50 Tags Gentlemans Watch 200 Tags Shcara7S Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which tojredeeiritags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at J writer Jr J us forcatalog V 0 jf iPRIMUM DEPARTMENT fC J THE AMERICAN TOBACCO St Loujs Moi Ime vast majoniy are mean iroasioie because of the eagerness on the part of the victim to get something fpr nothing or at least a gt od deal moe than he has reason to expect as are turn from a legitimate transaction t Where folks gett taken in in this way SithcySi SiGIt Is estimated that the dairymen of the state of Iowa alone lose annually 30000000 as a result of keeping vprofltablo coWs lu their dairy unJ and through not glvinglhe cream that l1rojdueUpiS73 not more than 23000 was Invested in orajjgo groves In Call fornla A a result of the introduction of thena l Orange In that year the Industry has developed until today there is Invested in tile culture of this same navelpnruge 100000000 in Cal jiforuia alone It l gmiemlljv agreed that while the dairy typJKof steer will never wake as good quality ofbeefas the strictly beet type he wtHrnae more rapid tltlsJlecauichpws digestive and assimilative powers art abnormally developed A lady friend who tins tried It states thafhorseridlsb can bff ground very nicely In the ordinary meat grinder The roots ore pushed and scraped AS much as is desirable and then put through the mill the Job being just as lcsstenrsWhile social standing and the posses sion of money may ba factors In determining the amount di happiness that a young married couple will have as they go through life It utter all de ponds more largely upon themselves how much of happiness or misery will be theirs They can make their life the one or the other largely as they choose TIe fellows who went into the egg deal extensively last summer and fall buying eggs at a good stiff price antI whose corner this spring was knocked to smash by old Kiddy with the fresh product before they had boosted the price to the desired level have learned somewhat of conservatism audarc not bidding so fiercely on this years stock of eggs The financial top may have had some part hi preventing the- speculators from realizing on their ex pectati9nL and fruitLfious oransces grape wI j dtinett iipN ur not only c1e1 helms uT greyly i Hsh d b thei1- er a itjrsau Lut tUey arc also nlct wuolcsomo fowl products their mild acids being a much needed toulc and tt cleanser of the system Thousands of dollars have beeu spent by California fruit growers this spring In a general I advertising of the merits of these fruits along the lines mentioned and un doubtedly the sales have been greatly Increased as a result k As jBhowing the ruthless and almost complete destruction 0Cthe white pint forests of riorthcrii Michigan and Wis consin a Mlchlgan ctlttor ocdhtly told a representative of the Avcrlcan For estrj association that he had rlJtleu In a cauop on the Au Sable river right through the heart of what was the White pine region and not until thef end of the second tiny wits oh expert tn foresttrcos able to point hit at a long distance a single white pine the Uystt untireltrioTs to Cdfa Milt e1meul e1 There ought tohon law un reckless pedestrlanlsm preyenUngJ J i Frencn Briar PipeS0 Tags Leather Pocketbpok 80 Tags Steel Carving Set 200 Tags Best Steel Tags Ladys home OOOOOOOOD OOOOOOOO OGOJOrO 0 6 aThe and Quickest to f8 r 0 8 Q ITJansfr M ncyfrl 9 1 8 fI s3V 1 Long Jistan Xeleplfone 2I J Q Fo Rates apply to 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