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wYkeContYClertT Ltys Gcg Citlttt JaIlerS dey OtK1tC SkerILa AidereenoJ 3ickla 4tkai t Dept4 1 lutHI7aaMr More OC JltJSrveTOI r l9B1a lAuelHiOr W r itckeUJcpS J sskIct Xe Triiiuirer XtCyC0C0M11 t 35 ci lipt ol Common ft jjsIgPO8pdde14 1f 4 1 JCITY COURTT iri XoePolIce J delq r p rcclaraha1 Ss Y IGr1 1 City Attorney g- J i JUSTICE COUKT in Janmirj stct eortaare held f lj April an d Oatobor c 4tS l Cfiirch Directory MKrHOPIST CHURCH Ref G S Kingi Pastor Set yittteterySaidayllaiijaal pm I ti Sgaiayftclao Jl very Styiday atlOagi Iir meting every Wedaesday aIit r SS V CATHOLIC CHURCB jferl PF Hennessay Pastor Set rcer YerrSmiiday at 8 and 10 oclocl 1 a Serv1ces ato Rose sJ1i honrf 1 Ht t BWBSBYCTERIAlf CHURCH ty a E C Lawson jastoi- fr akhig every Suny t 11 ani i4 atp1 Sunday school ever JuT it 10 nm Prajpfi n eth ryTIiralayevEBIlJw t7 O llICI BAPTIST CHURCH Rev W H artion Wllliaaitt 1Pazotor PreacMngeVerYSI1l3daY at 1 LI- In474ii pi S nday School evert hadaiiit930 a m PraytmeetinJ at 745 oclocv-r rrT f4ayeveninp tkOEIKISTIAN CHUICH- rRev 1Lce v r 1 Wr Wolf Pastors FeJ ifce3firstand fourth Sundij Sunday 5itj112SSSS PraUrnal I Order MASOKIC LODGE Spriugfl idlodi SS meets fir t and third Mpadaj kiCkltttI wiMZtwtTtZA Chapter Ko S7 vtBCTcrjr tecomd Twe dar 25aic141 CouBcil JJo 52ieefs on MOt rtk lI d t iJtTS el Txx UACAUCXS Meett + Vaci rechai o J Jaf0 I r II k J J Ttoirptl r4Lt JUfimtI ya iqg1is o tJuIMt ad J1n Ko opiate xo Jeoholic I sS brybody aawlMr n = eI 1IONlIYadTARM JjY let HtitteiiL T JaJ Ift fi Jtold bi Usdon it Robert H1 yw r T trI THE NEI4S=LEADLRJ i 7 Ai ibLEt3 JPEYiTAI SiONSfI j M Tha Fiscal Court of WaShing ontounty will on April 7tbI 1909 at the Oourt House in 8priBgfieldKvf receive edj bklsJor working the rpads in Washington courity c This is a matter that concerns the welfarocf the entire county I and it should be a matter of public interest to ever indi vidual Almost every point in Wash ington county is accessible by turnpike road This while bec big of great public convenience Also add naterial1y to the coun ty in a financial way Thereat number of miles of pike toe kdptm repair and the small amount of money to be expends ed make it impossible to keep the roads in as good condition as ds led Therefore in order to have good roads it is necessary to have some public enterprise t on the part of the peapleJIn the county there is approx imately 240 mi es of turnpike road consequenty a great part r f the countys wealth is there Their cost originally was something near 300000 It is f manifest to all that the financial value jf the county has been en ban dmllny times the cost Of he roads It is much easier to maintain the pikes now than to build theta in the first instance They jare built and the building of them has been paid the only duty imposed upon thepeop1e oft present day is toi m ntainI Taking into consideration the- mount of money at the disposal f the officials the pikes are inf excellent conitiouSIt isJto be hoped that there will be many bids OJ the various sections as it will then be evi dentthat the people are inter tested in good roads t ttt Arbor Day Friday April 2nd has been set apart as Arbor Day On this day the people are enI aged to hold meetings lor the 3urpose of discussing the fores try conditions of our state Tne teachers in all the schools ate requested to have the chll1 ren plant trees on the school house grounds on that day and chat there be talks totheschooll bildren bout trees and birdiIVery liable regard has been paid in the past to the rapid de crease in pur foresty and jin nothing ian it be more truthful iy sid that Willful waste makes woeful rants than as to he manner in whichour forests have been destroyed in the pastS and the present outlook for ber our forests are practically gone and they have nut beer used to adorn the country or tu make it better but have been heaped in piles and burned the consequence is that something else will have to be sought for building material The Springfield graded school will ataswer present in the roll call of the schools on Arbor Day Trees wilt be plan ted7 on he school grounds and exer ises will be held in the afternoon STATS OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY 88 Frank J Cheney makes oath that le is senior pat tner of the firm of F f Cheney and C5doing business in the City of ToledyiNCounty and Stat aforesaid and that said firm twill pay he sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL ivARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by thetse of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Swore to before me and subscribed m mypresence this 6th day of De cember A D 1886 AWGLEASONOB Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken Internally and acts directly on the bloodI lad mucuous surfaces of the systtm jeud for testimonials free- F JCHENFY CO TOledO Sold by ell Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pilli for con ttIPal55 AgrM to Leave Kentucky 1t SelbvilleJ Ky MaTch 26 IJohnW hi1aN Jr who raii atnuck evera weeks ago and for several days defied the offi clrs roina barricode he had im proTcd in hid Jlfrmhcmin the J northern part ot this county today k tid adieu to old Kentuckyy Iaitermspf an agreement never to return By v the agreement t reached and signed it was stipuu lated tthat W J Fhomoflhis brotherinlaw would pay all tb cost of court proceedings and t VIiThomasf per month as long aV he woud remain put of ttje State Tljie1 care and maintenance of his chi dren are tobe borne by JI WlThomas Miles Williams pbstmaster at Eminence is the only person IIIDIII IIlhomasII par Savaget rifle an automatics qtgUl1 Mau er automatic rifle and an automatic Colts revolver Simple Remedy Jar La Grippe La grippe coughs are dangerouss- hey frequently develop Into pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar not Ifstrengt1telJsIf ious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con tains ne harmful drugs and b in aIyeltow package Refuse substitutes Sojd by flaydo a and Robertson How 1 Built My Theater Marine ELliott teUsfor the- firstitheia the Womans Hqme Companion for April why she bqilt U Maxine Elliotts Tnea terand how she did it and a most interesting story it is There iis old saying writes Miss Elliott that if you want anything done right do it your self Thi s applies as much InI theatricals as anywhereelse in building a dwelling bouse or arranging ka dinner It was not only beciuse long have beenI and always hope to be my own manager desiring my independence no less fur the privilege of picking my plays and companies than or keeping the money J make myself instead of giving up a arge share of it to a second person that I decided to build my own the tar in New York it was also because that seemed the only way of getting just the kind of theater I wanted t A Religious Authors Statement Rev Joseph H Fesperman Salisbury N C who Is the author of several books writes For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was sudden y stride en with a severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sediment and I passed same day and night I commenced takingFoleys Kidney Kerned and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal iI cheerfully recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy So1d by Haydon and Robertson JlIP Court of Appeals Ends Jan enDIFrankfort Ky March 25 Special JThis being the last diy of the January term of the Court of Appeals the our hand- e l down a large batch of decisions disposing of many cases The court then adjourned untilI the second Monday in April whenj the April term will begin A total of 869 cabesvere dis posed of by the Court of AI peals during the January tern vhich ended t daj Of these 23 werei ffirmanc3s of the jjudgments of iPwercourts 141 were reversals whle 25 appeals were dismissed The court overruledl 40 petitions for rehearing IIh lurid Glow of Dtom was seen in the red face hands an body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta IPa His awful plight from eczema had for five years de fled all remedies and bailed the best doctors who said the poison blood had affected his lung1 and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders arid fsstat Haydon andRobertson Foiey Honey and Tarcures coughs aicldy streagtaens the Itjngs and expcifl coidaGet the getiuntilia leliow package Sold by the Hayd n yan4 Robertson Editor Stapp Dead y IoMr X SJfcapp editprand pub lisher 01 the Columbia Sp rca tpf onE off Adair cpun ysbest kaown isitizehs and well known some of bur readers died SaodayUt his homa after an ill n3S3 of sever weeks I Mr Stipp was promiieut in pbliti cil affairsof ins county being a fearl1e3sparty Be was alspa prominent l masonand was toted as a phijan taropist He endowed the Russell Creek OOIJe pat Campbells ville and built many cIrche3 in his sec ion Lebanon Leader NearDeath In lg Paul j 10IMrsoI yers a severe rung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly aused mj death All remedies tailed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have notbeen troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs HemorrhagesI Grippe Asthma roup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections 50c and I 190 Triall bQttle free Guaran eea by Haydon Robertson JJ PubliC Sale OF HOUSE ANJO Lor Satordaj April 3 1909 t2 oclock pm We the heirs of MarY Cannon deceased will sell to the highest bidder 10 acres of land more ur less witn good six room one and a halfstorv frame dwelling good small stock barn well fenced good orchard and a nver laiiing well in yard Also some household and kitchen fnrnitireS f This safe will take place on the premises i olin and a half miles East ofTexas on the Per tyville Toad Terms easy and made known OB dav Of sale C4NNONSOne of the he1Ir S M CAMPBELL v Auctioneer This is the most dangerous time of the year tocatch cold and it is the hardest time to cure it If you should take a cold a few doses of Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup will act veiy promptly Its laxative principle curys he cold by driving it from the system by a gentle but nat ural action of the bowels Children especially like Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrnp as it tastes so good nearly like maple sugar 1ti8 sold by the RlCross Drag Store Horrible Crime News of a horrible crime per Ipetu ted in Edmondson county lias jjust come to ligdt Wednes day of last week James tariis sent his twelve year old son to a spring for water and because he did not return as soon as he expected he took the staff of an ox whip he had in his hand and ioeat the child so unmercifully that it died in about an ho After draggingthe limp form of the child inio the bouse Farris is quoted as saying to his wife If he dies dont make any fuss about it tIe was soon notified that the lit tie fellow had quit breathing Farris then made a rdugh bpx and he and his wife buried the body in a wooded lot near the hou e Late Tuesday through a isterinlaw of Far ris the inhuman crime was found out Officials at once exi humed the body and two doctors pr sent stated that death resulted from wounds Farris is a tough character and has been In Jail oftenSlFarris has been indicted by the Edmondson county grand jury on a charge of murder Glasgow Times REPUBLICANeONVENTION f Washington County Repub Iscans Instruct forHonit John W Lewis for Jf Circuit Judge Toe Republicins of Washing ton county held a convention at t re Court House here Saturday tr thepurposeof selecting istricyCJnLebanon yesterday to name Re publican candidates si for the offie33 of Circuit Judge and- Ommonwealths Attorney of this Jud icial District td be vtedI for at the November election The convention was called to ordarby Chairman WF Grigs by who was elccted permanent chairman andJ T Prather wasI elected Secretary The commit ee 00 esolutiohs reported the following solutions which were adopted IFitst we congratulate the people of Kentucky pn the pre ent State administration and its splendid recorji of service It came into power at a perilous time in our history wbe law was dethroned when crime was general and bold when peace had fled our borders and fear was by every preside By iheI wise and tearless admin istration of law bv constant appeal to patriotism and reasop in speech and deed order has been rested and happiness again smiles ori Kentucky homes Mote tb affairs of our State are being faithfully and energetically ad ministered in every department so thAt our Commonwealth is full of new hope and he7 anibi tion for the fii ute We point with pride to this Republican Administration fiva justifying our faith in Republican principles Second We reaffirm our loyalty to the principles contained in the Platform adopted by our partys last State Conven tion as meeting thepresent ntedf of our State we repeat our be lief in the clause of the platform which pledges our party to the County Unit Law Third We consider the ap proaching selection ofll a Circuit Judge and a Com monwe lths Attorney as pf the most vital thisdislrictier vested in these offlcersf fecting so Intimately O erty our rightsi and Urfithe greatest care and should be exercised in their se lection Fair and impartial courts must ever be the bulwark of the peoples liberties To this end our ourts must 6e made and kept as they were in tended Temples of Justice sacred and invioable in Jwhich he who ministers must know no party no creed no class meas pxactjQz5J rancor We believe we sbibujd seek in our candidates for the judiciary character hphesty and the judicial mind well train ed and well informed rather tHan political shrewdness shallow cunning or the more dangerous if more difficult faculty of Wing both ways on publicS questions for personal ty We believe the persistant and habitual practice of a judge taking part in all political fights and all questions of strife engendering questions that he must afterwards adjudge in vitably renders him incompe ofttoelconrtpie for law and laws the xaltI office which he holds Fourth We propose to the coming convention the name pfr the Hon John W Lewis of 6nr county as a fit candidate for this office No name in our district L Alcohol to ChildrenAsk your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children He will probably say Very very rarely Children dO not need stimulating Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will probably answer Very very frequently Then ask him about Ayers nonalcoholic SarsaparUla as a tonic for the young Follow hisadviceJInbws JCAyrCoLowellM- hest great rule ofheaithDaily m velftCJlt of the bowek Ask your doctor JI tttt ite not so TIMa ask Urn bout Ayers PUU SoW for nearly fixty yejcs fSaJ i stands higher tYin his for hon esty ability and integrit His legal attainments are unsurpass Jed and his years havt added wis dpm to a native scene of justice Poll deal malignity clan find on flaw in hi baraeter and his public service has well merited this honor Fifth we name the follow ing Republicans of Washipgton County and all other Republicans of Washington Gpunty anil all other Republicans in good standing as delegates and in struot them to vote as an unit for his nominitfonII MerrlttHanlateWP Chas Noe Wm A Waters W F Grigsby Jno Colvin Evin Birch Bram Prather Jno Coyle Trios Prather Marshall Duncan Wil is Bottom WV D McElroy Rucker Filiatreau 3 Will Hays Butler Barlow WU iis Bottom Geo Robinson Chas Coyle Will Head Q H Bphan non Tom Skeen John Jenkins JohuGrider Joe Blrklead J C McElroyS Most women who have bad cOm plexfons have dyspepsia or at least in geetioD1 which eventually will become dygpepsla To have fine fair skin and healthy rosy cheeks you have to have first of all good healthy peifect digestion in order that you may have rich red blood Keep your stomach well by taking Kodol for Dyfpepdia and Indigestion occasionally just when you nc ci 1t- It is pleasant to take Sola by Red Cross Drug Store Mrs Margaret Lawrence of Danville eighty years oH while in her room alone fainted and f4i forward into an open grate Her clothing caught fire and fa ial burns were inflicted Her little grandson 10 years old was trie first to find her and his hinds were badly burned in his efforts tj extinguished the flames that enveloped her feeble form Sheva tlrighter ot the late Samuel Caldwell and wikow of the late James B Law rence One brother survives her Funeral services were conducted at the residence of her son and her remains interred in Bellevue cemetery Danville Advocate Sour Stomach makes sour people It makes your dispositoif sour your become dsllked because of your sour nature Every bit of it can be stopped just as soon as you take something to digest the food you eat Sour stomach is caused by too much acidi arkiBg JfroHi undigested food lftJr Dyspepsia and Indigestion li1digeany kind of food iin any cp WkatioH at any and all times Kesd yOft stomach well by taking KodollsoaBd then Sold by tb Red toss DrugStore r Bootleggers are Soaked The six negroe arrested last Thursday by Detective JA Thompson for selling liquor without license were tried in the police court the first of the week and five of them were found guilty Two of the de fendants were tried by juries and one of the trials that of Charlie Mitchell resulted in a hung jury It will be tried at a later date Fred Bnrbridge against whom there were two Close whined 120 and costs Proc Lancaster was al ifined 120 and costs in two cases There were three cases agains Pets Williams but tIlt cpurt as se4sed fi nesof60and costs in eadh of two cases and dismissed the other peading good behavior Joe Hamilton was fined 60 and cost and sentenced Jb 10 days imprisonment and Jim Thomp son plead guilty when his case was alls4and was fined O anil costs Tfromuaon paid hU fide and WM dismiatedl He wets the only one to do ao DeWJttalLlttlekrlyaler gentle easy pleasamt little live pills Sold by the Red Cross drag store TREES Fruit and Omaientt Eytrythin f orqt t rula Write lot free ctt1O Th F BILLZNMITILk 0N1 xi J Ky T I 4 r z sUBscRPJ4I 1 1 rQ t 14i AbJiWu rhr ehW ac1tJWIlit I R-OI wu it OIVDEt ffililfllNllIInsures wboksooe tad dAiOUaffood fbr every c k In cvtry home rhhr NAJa LEBANON Fjromthei tte CAJSIIII i ji Messrs Ed and John Blaid ford and Mrs Kent McTotire 11county tbir1sist t wife of Mr YIoJdBl ador J liUlhterl1uffIJkuuuty and is survived blbhusband and two children erjf A runaway remarkable fa someone was not dagetoui1yh hurt occurred on street Monday afternoon A team of horses belonging to Joe jhompson of Ray wick lift standing for a moment in front of the marble works of Fnuakj Corcoran took fright attapS- in I g tractio nuIHtitH Aaabei i madly down the Mree Near j the city Ifmite thp runaway crashed intoa Hiiiti1 whiek f ere Mrs R Nl WMbr Jr1Mrs Will Aballawt4rz T A Smith and her three year ertd daughter Genevivr WaPIstruck the reAlof the tba1tthrough the bacbfof the Ii ltrrayt t and striking the fro ttttetweent r daughter who were cocupyltf the rear seat and between M 17iI Abell and Mrs Wathen WM were seated in front The N scape with9ut sercfM j jiry ol those in the carriage was aittaQI lous for had the tongue ttrvck any of them thy wouldprobaJ bly hays been either killed or dangerously hurt IOItllhisRose pike abOut 3 ailec roll Lebanon to Mr Foep Tbon as of West Ijouiavill for 111000 Mr Donahue and hi CillkJ family will return to their estate near Lancaster Ey car rylng with them the best wisbee i off a host of Iriewhi Mr Tttbei as will take poeetiikjei abcu April 15 Florence Banaj aa isatitatea suit in the circuit court for di vorce from her huabaid Wit liam Kaney to woo aha wa a married Nov 7 J901 T1iay lived together uittiljafc 4 IttOt when defendant wiIhatfaIt of plamtittabawteHl bora d their two year ol4 child at oe which tiraa moltear and caiid have been living witblHrr enta In this county Ha lini Bulrt county wbara barJ a position with the LN ic Rt The plaintiff asks for an aaN lute divorce the caalaiy of tha hildaidforn8ii HI tit sum t f 115 par woattiiV T Ma 1 M f1iL anti of tba oatoU dl f iaa tares of the MAY MUSK HaV TIVAL whwli will bf hilt M tha First Raf ajitv Awapry fai LoUisville May It 7 ad 8 ial6 be iba chihiraMa ffcona of 10b 1Th1i graM My o 4r 1 ri1 r wa iro e- LvitIe 01 ot ha uniar sA tbe h k 1 oather bo sDd g- ir1tire aredrIi aai diDiia j RkpS rfIJIUDl1beg In wtihe WoildU ttbU 41i gsnofPsseJs rt- o ia rJew Ay L izd arraBfaaaalK rt MjavttafcM 11 to Ji LA I work awlttMigraa 1111C thariaofj intt r a sap jMIt with tbaai i1I11 i 4iaea Mies Oftrallaji ctIie j the T vILIobliccLAeLIth bus5 l trawiag tsibSroothi Wtwi ffjalhir rofcfa coadaeicr at aW IfW York Sjmpixmy orebaata who iato bfe da tifcs eWa tebs Js iLyL Iioa Ibe a gTuMIILy Ni will bar f voe k UM 1tII1 IflmW tis wocM g rd will tbe te hv tt aa Uoctkm sbarad bywwii- irngwodi of 4T ir grsaWorcbsMrS4tIIS d ng bI jrur fUs evar 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t If boor ofMr V kiicAttrid tMi el E iI 1gri ad M rtJt Mar o tloat 1IFI Suriyp alyt Via 1MK e4 ig from Biitcbii ir Ky fcUed fee coasiB Letts I shipLtwe r Thoa who atsnded be birth t fey dinner Ktt o V iMN SalliV r Ifeodrea frwMrs Xrtfe Keel f Miue8rahi KMIng1Let aid ArBiiep Flora ii ifMxyMtotba Hanbf k jjt tdrryto report Mr 3 t iiIiieJ1 tI1 Lttt BkbopspeH Sat B l yDiffht with CUtie Scott Wtart sorry tp report Bar i i Iid JM Bb 4ter at thisa WH IBf MaMrs Cfcariafi Hays and t Hrvy J 1JlHd through J Pir tow Skadar evenjbg in- jooitt bemgirs to irackrille Hk18ee thurT u Mm Bfaach Shirlej is attend MNT oo11et SpriigeldrI Mr JtoJllCt1Yia and Miss MMie Brown cH d on Miss C eveningrjl alp tMeec ike party fiTfh by Mrs T Myrtte 1 Keeling SaUrday nightb lelIiu iAll tkfUft Id ilbse my leg1 j writer JT A SweasoH Watertowiij Wi Tn Jean of eczema that L Afrctoracould lot cure had at last liMvi wp Thea Bocklens Arnic r1Yt careit scmad and well1 Inff lUM le fit Skift JEruptioHS Eczema JhltRut Boils Fever Sores n BWIM Scalia Guts and Piles 23c i ty OLt1TtkSpringsKy JCrBd Mrs tY Fatcbett wboliate bern Tisitlng friends K aii VelaUrecat this place for thE past wseklMiTe Jreturned to lb ir boM at Eaet Texas Miss Kaacy Got ofAntiocha ii a gieet ot Mwa ernaWe1Is- E i i Mrs Betty Jenkiia will start t forTxasiaIbcwtime1where Lr JIM witlinake her future home r with her daughter Mrs Cora k Ser ySb wiilsdp for a fewf irS weeks WIth hr daughter Mrs NaiocT Ham who lives in II i liroit M lb Mr J W Hirdin who lives heir here ws found dead in bed l SaUrday Be was seventy p eignt years of age Inrerment took pUofuJSuaday Pleasant t Grove 3 MeeHe5terNoel pi Willis 1r burg his been the guest of her sie eV I Mr Della Carey Mr J H Hnngate has been ill with La Grippe Mrs ipruner Armstrong is very ill at this writing 4 Mr arid Mrs T J Trent o f f P61in were gusts at the hume of Tf tbeirdapghter Mrs Eiah Crow Iq SsJay te i Mr PpC Richardson gave L i a diBinKoedY last week in hon JQI his Daughter Mr Dr 7 riateb tti of Texas There k were preent twenty ye all of whom report a most lenjoyable I duty 1 Born bth 22nd to the wife N of Mr WUHam Reynolds a boy Roy Mr John Noel and wire t Willb1Irg Tisiled atjthe hpme of y Mrj W CJarty Sunday 1 t i iI other Correspondent i u w+ flad toreportr the lit ftJ iM ofMr and Mrs Edgar i4 Williams Utt4e better after be i1t 1 lag very Iov forM I most twoL f oatil with jptteumonia arid e tt r j oopaDK cough l 4rMIsNaneg Hungate has her tIifi woj iipand she invites vrjie to come in and tee dietq Dr rMatchott and wife of East Texsare yisitiug relative4 at J h LaCs MaMadRoyatty is at her bT at Harodsourg fur a fr trwksstayFt suw bf Roti titi 4 J lo that has ir ji1 fi Ql1ot lumber or JiBTltf ina has recently IttWfd jm Jte Backh ads farm q Ir to tewi Jet 61 lumber burst d L TD FrWay t and twill take them c QOinJn r I c r AW1Uts- biirgijr a uiw bay 1b Y S at Willii- aod 8srdyJ Jff iS k9 and lTO Manyjvths There ILL thiee pc4iiimr tryOtdflgerQuMNe le by Itt disease pneumoaic heart failure or a pplexy are often- the result of Jdd- MY disease If kiey trtJnble is allowed toad vance thclddneyppison 1u uuu u tfcdc the vital organs causing catarrH Of ths fctedder brickdnst or sediment in ned ache back ache lame ck diiriiUMt sleeplessness nervous tad or the kidneys themselves break and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result fr derangement of the kidney and b rhwdtlt ia that organ is obtained Itiest by a prpjper treatment of the kid uabi1itytohoiduiiM and overcomes that unpleasant necessity throught1tedayuaieiiight The mild and immedkte effect yremedyiuse of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSW3pRootis sold by all drpggists in fiftycent and b dolkr size bottles YOU may have a aaxipfe bottle and a book that tells all bynwlAadressDtXjb When writing mention reading this gen foul offer in this paper Dont make a y Mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and cont leta dearer sell yjMwethMgm place f SwampRoot you do y will be disappointed some bit to get it ready for saw iinjfagaia Mr JToe Burkbead and family w as the guests of J S Royalty aid family Friday Mr J S Royalty and family was the guests of randMrs Hollie Gulls at Fairview Satur day and Sunday ifejwerehacdfAnnahompson J N Latterly and wife spent Friday last with Mr and Mrs saiah Coulter MEd Dean and family have returned from Illinois to again make their home No place like old Kentucky l5centsperbushel prospects of going higher be fore another crop is raised RaceSuicide as President Boose veltf calls it is not nearly the menace to increase in inifuitsdeaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles McGce Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tary sour stomach and all in fntail meits of this nature Just the thing for teething babies Price 25 and SOc Tick Creek Mrs Mabala Hall and 7famil7 rmni Mr Carter Hall and family bIrthdaydinner mother Mrs John Taylor on llast Friday near Battle Mr Dan Wilkerson bad a very OJfromOJ HenryStumphS T Stumph and family Sun day Merit BosweH of Stewart was visiting his sdo Alonzo Boswell of Fern Hill the latter part ofI lastl week Haunbal Taylor boagrbC a horse of Robert Brady of Clear Creek for 180 MrWm Elliott of Stewart was the guest of Mr Marcus Lawrence last Sunday Mrs Mahala Hill had a cow to die1rom the effects of a fall one day last week Mr and Mrs Win Jeffries of withMrsj Mr Porter Smith has moved his family to dpriagtiell and Will run a boarding house Mr Abner Hilton hqtl just re forbiSSay thQyarefine Mr Charles Hall mother and1 Sister attended church atMack t vilte Sunday I t 7 t tI i Ds I J I DISPLAY OF SPRING GOODS Ifi1 0 t L bifW usual we are offering to the trade an uptodate and complete line of new Spring Goods and have made prices that IIAswill recognize1s being low We mrte you t come to see us and we be1ieve you wIll after looking at our prices ther 1 iir J1 Y e II CLOTHING 11 7b Salt Everyone jJHart Schaffner Max Suits I for Men thebestand most pnr II velYIII 18OOto3OOO I The Well worth Brand for Men This make is appropriate I ly namiid as each suit is wellw worth the peicV asked for it Prices frim I 750 to 2250 Rosen wald 4 Wells Extreme 11I Nobby Suits for Young Men This Is the most extreme ande nobbrest line manufactured fur young men Young then inistr I see them to appreciate hem Ito 25tfo CosII = hildr nThev are perfect in fit an workmanship Boys from 75O to i5 Chil d ehfromr32 50 tp 9 Visit I Buying our clothing department bejfore Mens Furnishings I MonarcK and Geo P tdtShlrtt 81to 2 FursjersonMcKinna Shirts 50c to Half hose in all new Shades ia all Styles and prices IINeCkwear Gloues and Underwear t Ti MissSusie Mobley of Iioretto is visiting her aunt Mrs Mag gie Mobley Mr G T Stumph and family were the pleas an taruests of bis sister Mrs Olid Milton one day last week Alonzp Boswell ahdwfe dined with the lletters Mary Taylor Sunday pKills wouldbe Slayer A merciless murderer Is Appendicitis i with many fictims But Dr Kings Newfcife Pills kill it by pre vention They gently stimulat stomach liver ajnd bowels prevent ibgrthat clogging that inyltes ap pen icitis curing Constipation Bilionsne Chills Malarial Head ache and indigestion 2oc at Haydon and Robertson Kirkland j New r I As I hivef ailed to ao ty for some time I will V rYJd jot down a few words which I hope will be1 of a1me Interest to the readers of the faIt lful Newa Leader The death angel Visited the home rs Yeag r hast Tuesday morning arid took their infant babe Mr E gar Yaneev wqifl our- midst last Wednesday ohI bui ness Mrs Leslie Baxter is danger ously ill with that fatal disease with little hop for her recovery Mr J J jDrury will put up his buggies for sale at thi place i T i1 J iiI 500 1 Folding Rear Seat 3500 BvtrA Not only a runabout without but ipdirg than when youUke all the cots into The REs j proved bt pnoffliy tests Write for catalog1 cEit TOURING CAR hOOl Aj1S t l I t 0R SALE BY r N U t r I Monday We hope he will have great sui ce s Mrs W MLi Satterlav isr Cn he sick Ist J Miss Balis Leathers is on the rroad to recovery after a long ill tJ ness of heart failure Mr W M Wells is conduct ing the tobacco warehouse at this place this week ivMr W M Sajterly purchased a rni6ei horse from Mr J Hi Robinson Price 120 Mr T D Graham and familv I dined aVtlie home of Mr Oscar Browui Sunday j Mr John Saterly 3r anU wife visited the home of Tom Robinson near Ballard Sunday Born to the wife of Mr 1Y ra Robinson last Monday a 12 lb boy Mr T J Dennises in Lexing ton this week on business Ir J A Sea purchased a talHon of Mr Sam Randall 600 lMrl and Mrs W B Satteriy of this plane visit d Mr J P Brown and family Saturday sick list 1Mo people have sowing their plant beds and er seeds and are miking nice iJaule last week worlh sum soniff unknown cough remedy when Foleys Hone and Tar co ts them no more Itis a sate rem dy ccn tains no harmful drugs and ures the most obstinate coughs at dcolds will beaUh Insist upon having the gen line Io eys Hone and Tar iil i j 7 Misses Salie Bend en and Mr and frsJ R Keene and faniily Mrs Teresa Bland ford who 4lias been quite sick for sometime we are glad to report some better Mr Manuef Medley of Louir villeis itiniat the home bf his father Mr John Medjey IiMiss Emina Eosor continues the pues of relrttives in Loui ville Mrs J F Keene and daugh 4 1 i 4 and Mrs Watt Whewtley Mrs TFi Keenn has returned home after spending severIdays at Vie h ine of her father = at Bardstown f visited at Loretto Sunday last I I ii I Dress 36 inch pprcals t r8 1012i and 15 cents I f utsMercerJredV 50 cents 0 i H WornensfurnishingsH t Novelties in Belts if 15 p S150 Novelties m Collars 1 5 to 50 cents Novelties in Beltings and Belt Buckles V 1 Full stock of Fabric and Kid Gloves Shirtwaists Muslin j tt Neckwear and Rdchings f 4 l t Dress Goods in alF the new Weaves and Colorings a Taffetas Panamas Chevions Mjelrose Batiste Fancies We thank our Patrons and Fri h gfor past and promise them Fair a hd Liberal Tt eatment in the Future ILGunninghatTip Duncan 6 Sp1iflflei KY Ji l1 mptherMrs otMrandM consumption 1EQ 1i Runabout thoroughly satisfactory rgarcJcost satisfactory coniideration runtthn5iip EtROADsTEIWJJJt TOritffOOt Markes riltnelf JCcivtucky TMrsothI IMrHqUcanany persooriittaktig experImentwithyou McIntyre Ilbborgjspen spentlistSnnday 4Mdtntyreast 4Clara4arGtbepleasant ftdr Wash Goods Department centsFreChGjI nrsBcentsLmevVli2itu DRESS GOODS Patronage 1 Chestnut Dare No 3290 j f Foaled 19OO This horse again showed his superiority over other Stallions last year in his own class and in sweepstake Classes defeating all the prominent Stallions in the ad joining counties One of his winnings was 100 sweep stakje defeating eight entries of first class horses He and his colts also won the herd ring t1ts becoming stale to repeat that not one of his colts of five seasons have ever been defeated by the cols of any horse owned or farmed in county Special rings of colts of other Horses by some to be the best in the State have been but not one of these have ever won a tie blue or IIclmmed familiar with his braeding know he has more colts already to his credit than any horse now and yet a young horse Chastnut Dare com blood of the Chester Dares and Ohief families He is sired by Shester 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2d dam Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Drinkers Drenno- nNoble IIby Denmark No 2640 j This handsome and handsomely bred colt will serve I a limited number of mares at 20 To Insure a Living Colt T Highland oJ pionslrip saddle horse Thprnton ctar 2d dam by the show stallion Art Rose Iby Artist and out of a Montrose ware I vinghimselfyearling He has great action for a youngster a good I step and the making of a gseat saddle stallion Consid ering the breeding qualities of both of his sire and darn andhis own filnsh and conformation he is sure to rank i among the best as a sire Hackney Boy Hackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands liigh a hqise of good conformation large Hat bone and one of the hackney type He is 5 years old and his first colts are all i byVonAt 10 To Insure a vjngColt T again thanltf the breeders for their jwtrpnage and djoinlngcounUesbred to either stallions or JacKs when traded off or pat1ect with the season is positively due and must be SPtUed B BLeachman RFD3 Epfh fdcl K scw W 9It Glasses Pitted lF9reeI 11ik M Russell JEWELER AND OPTICIAN kcd k Up Cr- Diti whty st Underwear Vv ii t Cogibeur t For Gougbc Cod m4 OrotWi Carpets fJ r 1 11 qqii t L Wall Paper Jr Lace curtainsS s t t 7 i Axminsters5c ty fVelvets 9Oct1vjjj jBrusselis I 185 tic C I IngraiRs37Iso 6O75c Sultanas30 awl 37 J2 cim Granites 725 ceite l 1 Hemps A i2 12 ceirts i wiJ500 pairs Lace Curtains 50c it 6 t 10000 Rolls Wall Paper 4cttt 254ii 1This department is iecWedly i J Jistronger than any tiller ifI town it i SHOES J fQMen s Womens ahd 9hildrns t tShoes and Oxfords LA iPiorsheims Shoes and Ox J I Jt f5rds for raenfjind5 t1i4ci 1fWT Douglas CoJs Shoes and Oxfords40r menr 250rl3 J Ji 3Oand4 cr KTippendorfPitman Shoe A arid Oxfords for women 1loll f 1 Siabark Shoes and Oxfords 9t l for Misses and Children the t most syIishShoesoathe1arkt + t 4 We have all the a1 v it 4 f Z JPatent Gun Metal o Tan4a4 frOxbood I 7 CoM clj fl I 2 it f fSEASON 1909 e J I STATIiIO 4 47 SBr4 Jt Th sestallions will make the season of 1909al 4RayvlewJ Htte i 7 r as t the Foster Ray acton the Dani1Je a Jd Le aa I1iIH rone and one half miles frOIJ LcbaJOl1f Xy r itii r GlassffiOQrPrinC i ri j1 f tj No 10012 E H SB r i Sire copalder Bonny Gabriel No8105 he is by StowGabdelM fDam Gassmore Sue 1892 byAccident 2d 4103 I irtDESCRIPTION Foaled 1904 Jq a betut1fulbJtckt IS 1t li4 Y lic1iAonebhid ankle white snIi in face A veiy rangy neCk fine Re e4 Mil ftiVY grand limbs shoulders short back ne1engthy quaJter 4tC1ea BiIM t Pet t tThishorgeha extremely h ag jfrould act11sMI ha sand works his shoulders with lots oJ speed He Is cloeeJy relatMje t rgreajshow mare Hldred Cwned1Jv Miss Bedford of Consecticnst aa is tsire Copalder Bonny Gabriel sold for8000 I1GrSSMOIi JRICE haS aIredy proven to be a great iw 1tirMIwinhing first at Iowa and Illinois 1JItgo9cl olpredltbt they wiJl bmostly bays ador els 4S Fer25 to Insure aLiying Colt 0 J t D it rRED REX No 3I47 S J SiTe Rex Peavinc No 176 he by Bex trcDonald 833 tteb1 lax D mark 8401st dm Nancy by KeutucK Chief he by India3i Oi1f 2td aby Gray Eagle he by American Eagle Srddayby DaLys Gray Ze fdam by Kayanau hs Gray Eagle jDxscurprioNFoaled 1903 A beautiful chestnut sorrel tiLM i1 + high with two white stockings He has a veryfine head awl neck gshort back extra bone and muscle and his head au4tall style II rat M t can rack Very fast Is very distinct in his trot and caa step a Wty gait i H5P all the vrace and action ne could wish and is fiMjkt tlM cttv IWhn you se him to think he is ptwsaddIei V Rex Pc1 inethe sire of this horse can no doubter M etkl ir tAother liorte lying can He Had to his credit lastyear Ed i MM Uw duwp on fivegaIted ware defeitin not only mares but iare i st llii auud r geldings 3k and she Bold for 4000 Aso Queen othe May the ckaini a Taeandsoldona yvasiaM Hex SeaTl nels andhe is the greateitsaddie howe i in tke Stole Athough Red Rexs colts are ypunorr they are coraHaadfaur hiIc k pefc I ook at him and llook at his breeding and be convinced that W k fcte hMt In the land J Fee 20To IInsure bV1171Csit v rl i 1r LEXINGTON PRINCEt H 1 t S i Sire ReaPrince he bj5nd Jewel he b 2d Jewt kWtibV 5 WWashington J maavk Istdam by VpnMoltkei heby fItty Lezt2nd dqm Thoroughbred maretracidgto oJdbxIngt 7 + OES01UPTlONollcd beautiful cheiae4 5J thiith with two ttockingi arid sdipin face He has a d JrUt JantI muscleandhisbead and tail can 1JotbeexceH t1fi Is s1IritothegTcatsbowhorseThornton Star His colts are itpHJay ap1s4 FI1OT1fl5Urea LiviiC t V ff f b Our Bhcki Jwk r iLt j tJ inJWilUtand atlpto IrLviCi L 5 This jack has whIte points and teaa extra f W taTca pleasure in offering theservix s ofihee twirj 7f b lfevin ihey wen prodcea class os horss that Is aovrft f rJtrade at the most remunera live priced tothebrefjtr vfe a Sfe spect thVbbet i 1P tciugiyouruiares vMarls a ewith forfeits tesurftatd aoey A tIUt t 1SifrometrmsstedCc T BOh niebnobt LLJ41 S LOUISVILLEAUJOjIIM1APRILI5IS11 hALF FARE AKb t 4i bM6I SI d fsd iIhsr ttr = r KENTUCKYMITIbI LSIISST ISS SI It SWN i 1 PSWICEWRLSCI MS11f1YYMSI MIUmS R1IU 4 TDR LLBLJRTOII r 7 7DtNTDRTISTSTEETH ptftMftED t 1tHOUT PAINI I r 3uJ It 1Ioe i 7JU Jttixll4- U Dent4 Wai Strictly t1pt J t tR ilfttJ Ph WiiJ tireiA omosh4rsbo9miI 1t2 pm oiii4over fld DiugItor R r MD JJH tj1hI 1 0ftMc itsaisiicHo 3 Ii L f WfQRJABY ATTORNEY AT LAW b os ripW1 hBIc pPPLD KYp Dr MWHYATTn cc over Rcdiror proc Store OflQe hthr3 Hyatt 10- 30toi2i4to5pmSrv i r JOHN YEMAYES UURAL liTOi is un UEl EMB1MER TELIFHONE DAY 19 NIQHT 74- GF1ELDlyI Iiyou want th st1rLbtrR t ask yourgrc4er for Pride oiWashiflgtoflC 01 T SpthgfleIdiCI1OiCj i ET W p jf if k test market price for grain LANrMOdeMa A Iad isais Hialth ForTh kiOsysz lk = wMsLLMIENtlJssM3waMir lfaiot ROriOD REVOLVING UEiYWR KeLBILL MSA CIT14O 5 tlLPeUTTFENcEYofI k md eM pr a 1W14Iir hItu I JZZia iiIipla by fc 1 R arlhllffYI 1 4rrWIIyFURS w T Lc 1IeIIlYtlewRMt AIIfy ClMtr Jff t aiW ot Li Jer a ed Mscr gvakLuias wSidMI LLIist1 JIhWISLE r I I aaLLE mm Vermifuge Tie IUA1A1IEEli 1 i we RN I KEMiOY IIE OISIJJVFAVO ITt TIIWC a wJt Sr pPi5flt-L1aLntC wai ir I TawNffli HWd virai fd 65 Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and latestt 2 tA5butuivFrlend d Acquaintance 1Lr RFW IIIItP Lamp at Currys l Tableware at Curry Country Sorghum tCurII V rJlTSeedcorn for saleby WH Leacbman Springfield Ky FOR RENT Fonf nicerooms over 3s AShaders grocery y L A BURNS Mr and MlsJoeF Pettus t rejoicing over the arrival of son 1Say Does you buggy need painting Call on A C Kim ball at the old Casey shop Uncle Harrison Lewisa well known colored citizen who lived flear Springiield diedi Thursday f old age Be sure and ajbtend the milli I ery opening of Mrs Nannie tjBtjtjI i F RR1ziTThe home on WilI lirburg street next to the Chris tian Church Apply to J S CLAYBROOKE FOR SALE rA good strain of Indian Burtner duck eggs i 150 for 15 or 30fo1 225 MisT WILLIE SIMMS 4- EGGSS f C Buff Orpington 2gsf r sale 100 for 15 or 5 pet hundred Mrs R A Mcjntire Springfield Ky r id2 Common School Diplomas ye been issued to Hugbj Cregpr andTOliam E Ray Jr aUrere pupils oFH Gibson of the Froman school VJfc new line of tailor dress skirts fOr sale froth StSO to 10 Address Wiljsburg Ky by hone Moo rsvine 422 tnear Palm PEARLIE sidetJCjj J M jss Bqbannon iRepresenting the Ohio VarnishvGo gave quite successful demoastration at the ug store of Haydon Robrt Hon as to the method of working ChiNamel Mrs Bridgett Fox one of the wealthiest and best known cti- ensof Boyle county 98 years of age died aX her home in Don vill and was burjedat St Rose Thursday afternoon Mr W H Bond a former citizen of this place died at Lebanon last Saturday and was buried in St Di minic cemetery hereSunday moning Deceased was 76 years old and a wagon maker by trade Your money back UHycmeiI doesLt cure catarrh bronchitis asthma tonsilitis croup coughs j and colds thats the Red Gross Drug Store offer Complete outfit100 if- I Mr5E S Mayes Srf re ceived word this week of the cs11urrywas knOwn to many here where he frequently visited The dwelling hoiiae of Mr Ezra Godlet 9 miles north of Springfield was burned to the ground Tuesday witli all its ccn t nts Mr g erejcently purchased ind moved p the placed v Strayed from the farm of Ear vie KinabTe some two months or ofsheeiible information as to tbdir whereabouts will be well paid JOHN HARLiAN C HRISTlE Take Miona Tone up the iver stomacb and bowels GivES you an appetite and no distress after eating It is Americas grpatast dY pepsia cure 50 ents The Red Cross Drug- Store guarantees it TOFIC3 1 vLa Several yal able communica tiohs were crowded out thia week ob account of lackoiE space PORT RENNipe yard an- dracre ground on East Min Stret Apyo Y JQHkWlLEWIS to The Catholic Ladies of Spring field wiij give an entertainment at toe operai house on Monday April 12th for the purpose of- beautifyiqg St Dominics ceme tery Seats will be on sale at Red Cross Drug Store The sale of the if C McElroy property Saturday was well attended i The nbuse and lot was purchased byMr J S Clay brooke for 4275 and the lot adjoining the residence was purchased by Mr B R Thompson- for s2G Springfield Lodge No 50 FIA M will confer the Third degree tregola meeting Mon day night April 5tb Every member of the Lodge should come tthis melDg Members from visiting Lodgestwill be cordially welcomed A class of thirty young lawj geMarshaUatg day and were given license to practice law One of tle num ber was J 1mA PolinLchowiU graduatefrom the TTniveVsity of Louisville in April The children and grand hili dren of Mr aid MrsIIIIH Coyle celebrated Mrs Coyles 5thbirthday laverY pleasant manner tJtheir home in Springj field on last FrIday A bounti ful dinner was served to theI guests and theGay was thorough ly enjoyed by all present Roxana Lay was tried for Juna yl the count cortrriday and ordered sent to tLe asylum Missay is a daughter of Mr Wm Jay who lives hear Croakes Station Her insanity has been peridicall fat the llast ten years but not until recently dd itassume any violent form Early Tuesday morning fire jbcoke out iu J W Tuarps con fedtiooery sVore at Lebanon and besides totally destroying Tharps place burned G 1I McKnight barber shop the Singer Sewing Machine Com panys office E Nicholsons shoe shop and J W Grume l3ros livery stable The Evening Stav is the name of a paper that is being publish ed in Springfield by Musters Thornton Waters and Charles Mayes aged 9 years These in telligent yuung men are engagr thejyoung W8 Persons its heaVtfelt wishes for then success Mr James Lewis and John Hardjn and wife were tried Sat urday before Judge Liseytii a charge off Breach of thePeace The warrant was sworn out by Thad Cheattam who charged that tfie defeDdant had cursed his saiall brother and son and discharged gu n at them The defendants were acquitted Notice All persons having claims against the estate of R I E Whayne deceased will present sam properly proven on or be l f ire July 1st 1909 to the under signedol to Wp CJaybrooke All p rsODSkpcVngthemsel v s indented to the estate aro re quested to settle promptly H H Langford Ere Cutpr I Flowrsand Plants M I will be in Springfield county court day with flowers and plants Geo R Muttingly i Millinery Opening I t APR1L23 1 An exclusive line of Pattern and- 4 Trimmed Hats will be shown on Friday ft and Saturday April 2 and 3 J- BVERYBOBYt USrvfTED ff l MRS KA 713 WILLIAills i Teeth 1tracted tiut PAIN 9rtj DANGER f JwhJJ tare wanted I ALL WORK iDone iii ths omCt lsllrstcl ss in every respect and just as ad ivertised 1WySTALLARDDDS S Springfield Kyi I r Van ArdsdaleBrackney rOn Monday morning at five oclock Miss Lillian Van Ardg dale and Mr Earl Brackney were married at the Home of the brides ister Mro James hR Noe The wedding ceremony wa3 performed by the Rev R- Et Lawson and was a quiet affair onlv a few intimate friends and relativesi of the bride being present Miss V Ardsdale is a daughter ofMr and Mrs C Van Ards ale and is well known to1 the peopleof Washington coun ty She is a young lady of many accomplishments and is quite popular Mr Brackney is a prosperous miller of Columbus Ohio for wnich place the bridal party left on the early tram Monday to make their future home Death of Mrs Adams Mrs Bettie Adams Wife of J W T Aamsdjecl at titr home at Fen wick Sunday nightafter a brief illness of pneumonia De ll1Oago wbere she always lived Mrs Adams maiden name was Best She was a most estima ble woman who enjoyed the friendship of all who knew her- Shawillbe much missed in th J community wliere she always resided and Was ever ready to give a hepinghaud where she could dogood The funetal services were con ducted by Kev W H Williams Monday att4e residence after which the remains were interred m Bethlehem cemetery She leaves to mourn herd ath her andJixI V N tice All persons having hpgs in the city limits are hereby noti tied that same must be moved outside the city limits by April 1st 1919 Ifr J JGpice Marshal Rummage Sale A sale a salt a rummage sale Come let us tell you a wonder ful tale The Indies Aid of the Christian dan Church1 Have sartedw1h a juuip and a 1lurchl We will have for sale both old and newv Things to suit everybody things tOuityouS The first week in Mycomand- see for yourself Ransack the counters inspect each shelf House cleaning time will soon be here Savers the things too goodto burn 4 So many of them iUtdo to turn V1 Into money dqntyjou sea And very thankful l wetwill be Cakes and candies tou you cannot pass A box for each laddie a box for each tlass So come and see us at our head quartersniw Atfd a very glad welcome we wUlgiveto you Notice I Ivauffman Moyer Arnold Enterprise buggies for sileI They stand fur all that can askeJ for iin tthe buggy line Mo irul wagon Disk Harrow Corn Planters Tobacco jSetter and the American Field Pence the best field fence onlinet market in all sizes from the 55 inch face made fn No 7op and bottum and No 9 inter medial wire and stage in the2G inch hog fence and the best poultry fence on the market at 40 cents per rod A C KIMBALL Easter Sale The ladies Of the Methodist Church will have an Easier sale of dressed chickens hams pies cukes etc en Saturday Apiil 10 th Leave our orders with Miss Minnie McClelland at Mrs Williams Millinery store 1 Jsji 1 APRIL 2dand 3dr Newest creations intrimmetandj t i1ored hata Ladies of the towrrahd = 5 county inyited to inspect thy stock MISS KNdP iillI4 e FCNALS Mrs W P Nelkerkjhas been visiting herhusband at the Wit lard Hotel and Vas jjoined the latter part of the v33kby her son GeorgeJ Misses Wilhelmina and Sophie Hertlein spent Sunday at Maud Mr HrryONan and Rod Wharton spent Sunday here Mr Guy Wiggl town of Bloomfield was here the last of the week dn business MrLawrence OBryan has gone to Cynthana where he will engage in business Mrs Fred Ma get has returned to her homem Louisville after at visit to tier parents Mr and Mrs Julia W Lewis Miss AnnieMcChord returned Friday aftcr a pleasant visit to the Misses Field of Louisville Mr Marion Best of Perry ville attended the funeral of Mrs Bettie Adams Tuesday Mrs Drane of Eat Texas who has been quite ill is improving Mrs Fleece Purdom of East Texas is dingeroutly ill Misses tae aud Lillie Lau easter of Taroma yashifigton ure visiting Mr and Mrs C J Haydon Mr E L Davison leftyester day rpr Hendersonyille N C where he wilL remain severall weeks for his healih Mss Katie Hertein jis in Louis villetodayL V Ho id Cunningham and Will Green were n Madd Sundaye Miss Louise Montgomery is very ill u Misses Margrret Hagan Eddie Isiiader Like Simms and FanjSmith spent Sunday with Mrs John R Smith of Bloomfield slantter a pleasant visit to Miss Jennie Leachman RoyallyyhagMr Henry re turned home after attending school jn BowlingGrjeen G Ray Goodin of Lebanon was in town Friday Mrs Alex Jenki s of Circip pati was called here on account of the illness of her mother Irs G p Duncan fMias Mayme Donnellyhas Louisville turned from a vsit to friends rejj Mr John Wycoff of Lebanon spent Sunday here J Mr Charlie daydon of Louis yule speut Tuesdayhere Murray FId spent Friday and Saturday in Lebanon O C Pace of Lebanon washer Sunday Miss Virginia Goodoe has re turned home from LancRtteri Miss Grace Smithers of Chapl lin is the guest of Mrs W F Grigsby Mis Ella McAee has return i e11th4r home at St Marys af ter a visit to Mrs Theresa Ha IMrsI yule and Mrs Jennie Thomp scn of South park yisited relatives here the first fthewek Miss Lizzie Haydon is able to be out again after being sick for the past week Messrs Will Russell Shaker Rooertsoh Louis Kelly and Neal Boblitb speat Sunday Jill Letn1 anon r t rIMiss Sue Sweeney has return edto her home in Louisville af terji vislito lri nds here Millinery Opening Mrs Nannie Mullican will have on display ort Friday and Saturday April2 anI 3 a Cull line of trimmed and ready 10 wear fiats at her millinery store oVer tHe Peoples H pQsit Bank Give her a call Miss Jennie Redding spent the tfeek eiid with her sister Mrs John Brown of Lebanon Mr t odMTS J EL Hopper gave a Mcellaneoos Sbowerv for Miss Lillian Van Ardsdale Saturday evening from 8 tl0oclock A large number of Miss VanAidsdales frinda were present Refreshments were served late in the evening The bride to be was the recipient of many beautiful preetbalid many wishes for her happiness Jon her matrimonial voyage The LuridGlow of Doom waseen in the red face hands and body ofth little sonof LM Adams ofHenrietta Pa His awful plight from eczemahad for five years de fled all remedies and baffled theibcst doctors who said the poison blood nothingier seven bottles Bitters completely cured him For RheamISores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only SOc Guaranteed by Haydon and Robertson Notice All persons having claims against Eo C Cox assigned will present iame property proven to the undersigned All persons indebted to the above will please pay sameI promptly L 1 A BURNS i irnee Indigestion or dyspepsia is jjnibility of the stomachweak digestive jnJc- esito digest what vou eat Kodol is a Qgesit1vi jjuices found in an ordinary thy stomach and it will digest your food in a natural way Pleasant to ake Sold by the Red CroaV rui1 store rfcrvoua or Sick Heatlaphes wIlJelcf Quickly to the Influence of Dr Mlletf An tl Tain PUis 25 doses 25 cents I I Public Sales of Lumber 1- II On Monday April 5 1909 At2oclock p m at Frederickstown Ky we will offer for sale to the hiabest and best bidder the lumber ipt the 1 two spans or ihe large Wcoden Bridge acros the Becb- at Prederickstown Ky Thereib m this bwd e about 100000 FEET of magniQcent Poplar Lumber of large sizes aid long lengths and several thousand feet of fine poplar boxing in fact it will bo an opportunity that will not bePr Ibted again ih thjs section of the State for parcbafte p pJo resucha large quantity pt high grade seasbn Each will be offered separatpiypoplar lumber span I vnd ben as a whole BSlt now stands and then measurement after being taken down and placed on byIIground at the bridge site We will at the same time receive propositions and for taking down toe structure Terms made known on day of sale IItids Washington and Nelson County Joint Bridge Cpmmhte- By A H4 Miller Bardstown Ey T S Mays SpTngfield Kyv i SL 1r I P t IItt t 4 I I 1 Ij and SmallSize Rigstto match Iii r I t t I the newest PatternssandColortegi rC vrT f I f Ir 1 litlitiiigs I fI 1 1 f j U IJ S4 f i A i t JLace CurtailS- I 4 I lNew fsllllier lty v t I would be 1Iad 4f i T + tOShowsI- Robosn jt fClavboolTeto j ti iS INCORPORATED f oJJ 1 l j i I Itiiii i L ic TH HtIIIBily Good Confections a i iTW i the IJIto k fW l in our pUce forwe pckJ r selvi1 on the frehnes ajid f W c itqualityofoiii Io tFruits f i t + iIf Candies and Cakes c r k f Fresh Bread BakedJiilT Lt 4 iv0 tJ J F5S i i 1 At our soda fountain We are JJC 5 r itfr tpjaredt aU taali to Moliv s w idlrihks Coca Co1sHot1ss j late etc 1 0 4Jr r l Jt f 1 We serve Me air in the f = ja i 44 good old home style J Oysters always freilL t Jr7Y I HertleintsMJ J KAtie 1IEmE ifPNP I I J t t iVt 4 +44 rPumpsF 1- II i f9f i IIJfyouwantgoodPurnp for i iour4 f I Hatdheftt Al rIOlIIh h j They now havea new line fJ them cheap TheyI alQ0I lineofS t1i l4 r L HARDWARE tJ J such ar mail boxes crotscut and h nd I saws bestofany brand made FarnSBe sure tp call letprices S IIfieJd guarantee our t 31 Tin and PlttAibfc r Work dwiftgjvpiompt servicIV SdWOd I IaI 1r viI1I7 J TT TTT7 J i h i Iome Re 1 r Iit III rL f isIIiII UJrit I J t fl aj Ii GtiiV iriMB any Cri- LJlJlLl U Fmid ftofc Daacklkm on- OompooodK a K rfop H1rapcj 8imi1Ia tJpe tMllt t jboid4 lipinrt do after L Mc4i IMll awl a4 bedtime ij MaiM eoired M h omss prfecriptfcm to 7s1111 XWaer WI Weak ladder aJHllJif of Jrtns7 dzMcaItis his aIir Mil promptly oH ihe e1 iIasisjJ at ofbeKlc- ij to I1er and iL1DIrs IIIInIWI UM r1 aos ad ptb r I Iabtter from tie blood 1tt8Ia eti mal JraM pertooc who sifferwith I tfcfi4ilUca6 may noileel in j eii4Jd to place ach codfcleace ia apJe miztvrt jet tbofte r r wN re triedj it My Uw ireevlte areirimfiy MrNrSeinXithe relief befirr effeHea without the glif fcteet iBjury to the ttomacb folfrorliixeomf agire it a trial It eerti ly pome Highly re 4 oommeaded tt is the preecrip tie 0f at ilieaf aithority wsw e e 4ire repvtatioa it M said WMieetablwhed by it A dratffkfc ret home when qttifthat tie co id either Mjpplf tb4 iidfredieatg or mix t pfeeoriptio for otrOalfo eooBimeMdi Itj3V harmleee rr I 1VpVI TUT11 DREAMS- SkitlllRiIIWIIiIII the v RMM WpfKS M SlMp et jJ SOME TRAJllEEXPEIJ NCES TK CvMto ef Wfefc LMtiiiM May fVk Pa i MM bfMHMr In a Few Ma 1ua r isu1ts f HMn- RW Rt aHeMti tiIJL ctaractodstie t4ress wMcm asV tte ratjUr ls lwiaHMe Dr Cterk t MItMrtsw HmK wMck IMMB tkMffMi eta eipgass ta the rafMtty witk Iekjcteats hftftw IB UM 4reast werY nwu asiitp and dnaptef we 1ItU cwtln Hfti M i a sslsnte 1J 1 VeoctiethatIscosIYmnt tiM a HceH we pawi tbmgb tkt copli Bet be iapMealxpKes 55 IM Mi jtojjettnt sf M fca htvs CmMt Lar ltt relates thai ass niit wbea IadsOas4 Ud 4e ass tceV5 4as t be ea that beV MasS jar ire ors at a Paris sstctHtsr wfctre Jw wkassssl a eea Nass SMcceodtosi of fcarrewlBff SCMM t et Weet every eel wkfck wre gW hktbel Mffkest pitch et excite 1 itWJtea be woke he tent that be JaM 1teft aateef less tIIaJI two Sri niasVIB aaeereceatpdmsstaMe elJJltlllrtettwt the tevth eC these tJIeeiie tb sdhfitt wartrem Vsf by a few feeps of water heUf k4pea ble fasebiL It task bat ai teetaat to accoaplteh this re RK aa4 yet that hwk kMr hrkf sfdce SC tisM the aw dreaiMd ef Kfilsc IM sa ecarsLoa ot am cYet hy which he was ptaagcd tate a lake aad J tbeassitressls to eiepe eth tiktwet an the expedeces t 4 fhto life seeded to lash Wfere MIL jitet as they ate said teapasrtoa r peas who II aetM111irewalllcI 144 JH ABM are tricksters Pvofosoor TisehMMT of Ceraell nlve Uf toM with gwto of his experteae As a kHst in psychelogy he tatfrostei hJMiitf la dreams Like s tnM scie ffttyhe ace oat abe Catherine 1 He waatoi te k ow what canoed JfoajM wee thty lMtroa what t eatVasd 5 UI tnJrihttrto vWateh MnMK when be slePt I4V a i to awahr hiBM tt tase when h lowii iisMtlf droasahir soaethlar of Valve 45o with a BOtebook om a wHtimc table MAr his bed he forced i MMoelf te waken for wTAiraf Bifhts iMVtol wTltteww tle the fceast l1cci1eas WOK vivid kig CSMSI brnei of the AotoOs aM hy a stttiy efcih TOOK the bet aid kk pkyskal eoaditloa io attestpt to arrive at the yoootWo MBSOS nf Ms Slroaps Vt was neHls om laartwly Oaf Blgh he ha4 a part rtvlv deosVsccerMnca with kk prac f ikt ke terf khMelf to awake aad Jj1iVte1y write dawa clearly erory tMt Bfra wwrt tV te steep acatn The B rt onii K he arose adwaoastalti4ttoiiethatbllaete sheet was baa H reaeMbered poe t i JHreiy the itt he h4 aet WB J shtro it to tkt siMUte of the precelB ir y nit The BextBifbt asM Ite wrote Vb Bf4os after hk ArosBM 1ly A t i hare theM ca7 soBoatfon f tw next BMrBtBg at BitoC BOthlBIC Psee44id- The iitraBir ekoMBOtaBcos set Mst t paso That BisM he kspreMcr w Hswrbtf aOBdl bofom iripplBK off tato ortbatenietawakaswtthk iife ofiv or tfMit with that with Ig Sjh M as4 irMa nbeeqvsat1yi ikl 1si asr1p1n oand dsMYer w prst all teasg hk roe Bi clBicUBiBisi WBOB fetor Ipt jcoaoi of a VIvd dream case JI k fIwbk4qs WI ieltt l1turcLwe- V f 505 iw nltawc wrUittt d wu tbr rVA nwwon thttt from so iasrci 1 be IoU IrllJ awiln tMSMprk he UiIi W UJitli pssMi I I i 4S BejmlI Meekle6 sTkeyM med b aserat wsi s e t 1JtMrW bed wb t sN eri ffM == == oe hoi Evsad that t Va dloit sd the BO idasr thM L RTGVworUrJp eopoate RyMt Hkoat Ctwlef- As a basket belt cos4or thote we few Byr that cas ttstpare wttk Joha as VJaVt7 11 tJS bU psnoz ltavjJIHISiBribg the entire soasoa Jl the inter eoUockte loa TBe 1 Be has Mea the BBaBlstOBs choice for JUI AsMricaB canter for tkjee years ad will witkoBt dovbt be ckooeB Bsjahi this soasoa- XjnaB bit also nMide ills eMitr oporta In 1904 he wpamark1DI 2TA1Z BTAX OP OOttJKBIX UNXVZBSITT BASXXT BAIJi TKAJ- fbor of victories for the St Bartholo BMW A O of New York The most aetabfe of these was the Junior Nat tioaal A A U shot put championship IB 9L Lowk Daring kk freshman year at Colun hk KyaB showed his versatility by jBakiag the football basket bnland toasu The following year when ColBBthk rabandbned football Ryan BOBCkt new fields to conquer and went at for tke crew and wrestling team JtaklBff both EaUn the Pie I remember one mnu from my home tows a western senator said recent ly ia the good old days before civil service examinations whose dream of earthly attainment was a government place When his party was finally svccsosfBl be immediately set ont for WaskLagtoB and was on the job long haters the 4th of March but there seested to be a hitch somewhere All tkrovgk tke spring he was about town By luBe he was seedy but still ap peared to be game Finally I found bias IB the gallery of tbesenate cham ber apparently endeavoring to kill use Well have you given tt up1 asked frying to be sympathetic MJOk got the joballltight her plied with a satisfied smile Im working BOW VZuceesa Magazine Uncertain The ecreta yofooeot the college classes at Princeton in sending out eack year a list of questions to be an swered by members of the class order that the results may be duly Hlated and set forth in the university jrafiual said always to include In khk list this question Arje you engaged It would seeip that one of the mem bei was curse with doubt in this re tfor In the blank space given over to the query mentioped he made hIs return as follows Do not know Am awaiting letter Harpers MagazineVl i Transformation Mr Fred Stone the flinging come dMa and Mr Eugene Wood the writ er Jet Broadway recently The ate td for a moment to exchange a few ckeerfBl views when a woman In a particularly noticeable gown passed BltaneoBsirWdod turned t Stone StoBe turned o Wood then both turn ed to rubberFvervbodySo Piacieali ljtot Yes my son I vaut you to wake yoBrself ambidextrous I want you to be able to use l1hmd Just as sklll fBlly U you do the other r Thats Hiej dad t can lick anyboy IB mj class with either hand New York World No Rest VDay11 would lay aWake for hours without any apparent cause or dream terrible dreams which would bring on extreme spells oi nervousness After taking Dr Miles Nervine and Tbnic for awhile IV could sleep well and the nervous spells have left me MISS ALMA HUGV R R No 4 Canal Dover Ohio Without sleep the nervous system soon becomes a wreck and the healthful activity of all theorgans obstruc4d Restful bodybuilding sleep companies the use of Dr Miles Nervine because it soothes the irritable Aeaesat1drestbres nervous errY Wfecn taken a fwdaysV raceerdiaf vtpiections the most rtvtlcss sufferetpwill find sleepV natural a4 Iwaithful bottle from your driigpstAake it alf according to directions arid ifKnot benefit ke will re- tttrfi roc px- meyIVVIVVV v AIAPTISr ELDER j Ktfliortd to Health by Vinol VI WM nu down and weak from in titMtio arid general debility also suf lend from vertigo I saw a cod liver preparation called Ylsol advertised and decided to give it a trial and there mits woes moot gratifying After tak lag two bottles I regained my treagth and am now feeling unusually welL Henry Cunningham Elder Bap tiat I ChUrch Kingston N C yiftoi is aot a patent medicine but a preparation composed of the medicinal elements of cods livers combined with tonic iron and wine Vinol creates a hearty appetite tones up the organs ot digestion and makes rich redbldolt Im this natural manner Vinol creates ttrengtfi for the rundown over worked and debilitated and for dell cate children and old people For chronic coughs colds and bronchitis Vinol is unexcelled All ouch persons In this vicinity are asked to try Vinol on our offer to re fund their money if it falls to give sat kfaeUonI RED CROSS DRUG STORE SHOWED HIS TICKET An Obliging Passenger and a Cank Station Master A cranky station muster while exam- Ining tickets came across u cattle deal ereell know Ill the distri t whl held n settsou tUUPt EUu station mas ter being awyre of tins usually pass ed without troubling ulm tOVS1JOVtt On this occusjioii liowevor bc ordered him In a pot rely pohte manner produClt nddl tg Ih ri serore tone Mind 1 wmi to see it every tim you stop at ibl station Of course Hi ticket was produced and the offlchl passed oh looklag very Important fldteIfsatlsfledV A few dns later as tlW early morn tag mall tr n drew up at the platform at about 3i oclock a passonger accost ed the solitary porter cn duty and asked pert uptorlly for the station master Hes lu bed sir replied the porter uTelf him I want hlmsnld the pas senger The pbrter disappeared audi after some delay returned closely followed by the station master who was audibly grumbling Lt being brought out of bed in the cold The latter then found himself con fronted by his old friend the cattle dealer who handed him his season ticket polUoly asking him to examine it at the same time reminding him that he had a few lays ago expressed fa wish to see Itheey time he Rtopv ped at the station London Answers PERPETUAL YOUTH It Can Only Be Imparted to the Body Through tho Mind The elixir of yrnth lies In the mind or nowhere You minot be young by trying to appear so by dressing youth fullyYou must rstg t rid of the last vestige of thought of belief that Inmindamount to very little Jn changing you appearance The conviction iriust first be changed the thought which ha produced the aging condition must bo reversed If we can only establish the perpet ual youth mental attitude so tliat we feel young we have won half the bat tie against old age Be ire of this that whatever you feel regarding your age will be expressed In your bddy Nothing else more Effectually retards age than keeping in mind the bright cheerful optimistic hopeful buoyantt picture of youth in nil its splendor fVmagnificencethe glories which belong to south youthful dreams ideals hopes and nil the qualities which belong to young iiteOtrgreat trouble with us Is that our Imaginations age prematurely The bard exacting conditions oVour mOd- ern strenuous lIfetend to warden andI dry up the braIn and nerve cells andI thus seriously injure the power of tbi Imntrlnntlon which should be kept ifesh buoyant eastleSucccss Vhiya Keep the Best Stock Many farmers are in the habit of selling their best ojilmaB as they will bring the highest price says American Agriculturist A greater mistake can not be made A difference of 10 oi even 25 per cent in the price of a sIn ble animal is n small affafl as com pared with this difference In a whole herd By keeping the very best trI propagate from the whole airy made of equal excellence and In the course otn ffew years numerous ant mals might be produced having excellent properties that now distinguish some few of the best- Concerning Alfalfa DI acre of good alfalfa produces twiceas much digestible nutrients as an acre of rood clover the digestible protein being three times as great Farmers In our eastern states shouldi make every reasonable effort to estab nsh alfalfa fields Pennsylvania School of AgrIculture Clown togs in DemandV There are dogs and dogs but not all dogs are fitted for clown work in the circus or a dog and pony show Clown dogs are a source of great amusement with the children and when a pup is foUnd which has a keen sense of the sawIdust ring Sometimes jinps of no particular breed are found which fill the bill for harlequin roles and the circus man iIs glad to get them When a hu morons dog Is small Sand agile he is lu great demand Chicago News Becoming Mrs Grampus suggestively r ont you think dear that hlsseasonjf hat GntmJhlsYIRtheyre afraid well have to get along without for you this time Pathfinder Hardy on Dialect Thomas Hardy af editor of Selected Poems of William Barnes takes sion in his preface to mourn over thn disappeatance of a good deal of plctur DnrucrIas a vehicle for his poetry Since his dentbhe complains education In the west of England asjcls where has gone on with its sllenraur Inevitable effacemerits reducing tfit speech of this country to uuiformirv jnd obliterating every year many a Iflne old local word The process Is al ways the same the word is iridlculcdi by the newly taught it gets JutodJi grace It Is heard In holes and corner 9iPli1tdlesmd worst of all It leavfcj BO synonym in the villages that one recognizes to be the scenes of these pasiorals the poets nouns adjectives Vend Idioms dally cease to be under Btitod by the yovuger jeueration VV MISORY IN STOMACH t And Indigestion Vanish in Fine Minutes and You Feel Fine h Why not start nowtoday and Ior ver rid yourself of Stomach troub1 and indiges tior A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles Giye it a good eat then lakeJPapet Diapppsi tosart Ihp digestive juices working There will be Co d1 spepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undgesed food no feeing like a lump of lead in the stomach or heart burtt sick hfadachVnd Dizzi i1eaJd vourfo d willfl ot fer ment and prison your breath with nauseous t dors Papes JDittpepsin cnsts only 10 cents for a large cae a any drug sfrre here and will roleive the most obstinate casqof Indi gestion and Upet Stomach in Live minutes There is nothing else bttter to take Gas from Stomach and intestines aid beside one tri angle will digest end prepare for assimilation into the blood HI you food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapypsin works your stfcmach rests gets itself in order cleans upand then you feel like eating when yob come to the table and want you eat willdoyougoodV Absolute relieF from all Stom ach Misery is waiting for you s soOn as you decide to begin tak ingt Diapopsin Tell ybur druggist that you want Rapes DieV pepsin becauseoyou want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion Aragos ModestyV Arago the great French scientist was never seen with a decor tlon n his breast He valued honors llghtl dne evenlngLeverrier the astronomer called on him on his way to dine with a minister He expressed a wish to appear decorated with an order to which he was entitled haying received the official notice of the honor al though he had not as yet the decora tlon Itself Open that draweY said Arago mid take wlvitveryou want In that diir were all the crossest Sand ribbons which kings and emperor confer While Anigo wished above everything to promulgate science and to make his researches useful he did not attempt to Identify himself forever with his dlscoverles by writing books He had no time for writing but con tented himself with noting the results of his work in the record of the bureau of longitude or announcing It verbally to the academy The Valuables The man with a wife and seven chit dren hauled up in front of the hotel desk registered got his bellboy and was starting off when the clerk think- Ing maybe he might Jolly the new ar rlvaicalled tohlm beg your pardon he snldUbut hadnt you better leave your valuables in the safeVDo you think 1 ought to Inquired the man Innocently enough to hear him say It Well it is the best plan All rlght said the mnnnnd turn lug to bill wife Here Mary PASS the children over to the gent behind the Counter Hell look after them and Five us a restVv Whereupon the clerk apologized JudgeVExempt Jes you come right home Henry Hlramrbreakln the Sabbath day In that scanloua sinful fashion Well Jimmy flicks Is let play on Bundnyiio liThe commandant dont apply t hlro Hls paws a vegetartuLifeV Pats Deficiencies sirs McCarthy husband went out In a boat alone Tne boat overturned and he was drowned A friend met her some weeks later II hear said heutbntPat left yon very well offthat he left you 20 000VVVTrue said t Mrs McCarthy he did How w1Cfthlt asked her friend Pat could hot read or write could hoVu No said Mrs McCarthy IInar cwimNew YorkPressV TTwiiift ii- Is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to bein the beginning It can always be stoppedin- the beginning The troubles you dont know youve got It you dont believe it you won t believe ittill you are forced to Then it is dangerous to Dont be afraid but attend it quickYou can do it- yourself and at home Take t SCOTTS t EMULSION of Cod Liver Oilind live care fully every waSVThIs is sound doctrine what ever you may think or be told and if heeded will save life Seed thk admthemeat togetter vrkh MHM 8f1nwhich R arrean your Unu and four cents to tovar portaae Md vtt lead you a Complete Handy Atlas ol the World SCOTT aBOWNE 409 Pearl St NtwYttk I r Your Passing Shadow124 Bassllea 1 WomtiiafrMibtethitWft cloud over their wWdiMclict may OIuJet iiBosas LIIL Make yours Into at pasting shado by taking a medicine that acts dictcr en your voroanly cjrfM U die order of has canoed yoUr womanly trouble Thright rsrrsdy for JWB i4es you bm t MlMiif backache apsis drzIng pekns krsgusr ftzrcUcss i- sWrieofCarduiUn H Lawson dSptdt AlavrIS IIdend 1ttri frothk kl2YSS jj4V4V docten they dldno good so I took Wins of CtrduL I have 18 boWM M ers rdtavMi acd tban 20 yeari Sold by al rtiablt druggists toilLOO tUel tryItI WRITE WrttetelkyformeC8ey lvlsHle64 Beok farw USLITMR Mvtce deIcrl youtsvmC stau e M r ly wll lu I JJWIdM eo OBI s I I TUe NIGH GRADE omrONiwd- rV OF lifE gOrff II flgtESSOHSIlt tf Red Bird Stock Farm II To stockmen of Washington and adjoinine counties Red Bird Stock Farm or better known as the Jim Mc Elroy farm 12 mile from Fair Ground op Bardstowri pike We will offer at vour services the best line of stock that can be had We have worked to gettlie bet bred ones ithat can be had Everyone are registered and have the papers on them Why shouldnt you all patronize them It is for you good Wethave the best We offer this season VI J Red Bird the greatest saddle horse as great a breeder In the state will be limited to 25 imarea and positively no more Undeu no circumV t stances All have good mares and want to breed JJED BIRD look them at once We are g9ing to stand him at 30 to insure a liv to stand up and sucK 1inlcolt may think that high but is not because you who have stand so ranch better Because they will do common mares Mr Pembleton Elizabetotown he best saddle horse judge In the state old tie llist fall that BED BIRD was the best breeder in his knowledge said he soon have a colt by him as Burburg King that stood at 60 last year perhaps atS75 this season Why gentlemen think of it the great blood ofwbat a rep he has that is with f30 R B has the highest price colta to sell from the tit than any horse Ican mention pricts ranging from 5100 to 212 v Moko Pearl by Mbko the great trotting horse has a nark of 228iand has been a mite in 2 18 a bcatitiful bay 2 white feet and behind a star Hels 16eands high tVBouncing Connaught Bouncing Canhaught imported English Hackney a beajtlfuJJ chestnut sorrel three white feet and a snip as fine aIC actor as youreyes ever cast upon goes high and fast Season 20 Be sure and see is a horse hlmlIe f Nelson ItVNeLson II imported German coach 16 hands high weighs jabout 1400 lbs with good action and steps good just the kind for mareH and mule mares Season 15 farmI Bill Gbebel Bill Goebel the great mule Jack he needs no explanation be all know him and have heard of him as being a breeder causeIOU mulss best color on earth several of hia colts last fall selling from 113 to 150 A 7 year old selling at Thurmans sale at 297 12 Stonewall + We have bought have bought half Interest In StonewallI or better known as Shelby Jack It Is needless for e19 try to tell you any thing about him for you know his as well asl You have card of the 100 mules old by him Gentlemen I can say with safety and am shre that you all will back me up that we have two of the best breeding Jacks in the country I notice when weaning time comes bestmule men of other countries as well as our flock to old Washington for good mules Jacks will stand at S8for horse mule flO for Jenqetts Stonewallls quits a good Jennett Jack Will be glad to show you our stock anytime you come and be glad to have you t Bill be our by April 1st thanking you all for last years patronage and hoping It will continue and that will increase Re maining yours RespctV LD BAKER f SAN B G11fGR Trial 2l6l4VHalf brotcber to Needle Connor trial 209 Trotter brown stallion abput 151 hands oaled 1903V San Mateo21255L Record 213 Sre of 22 Includ ing May Earl 210 Abe J 21OX and Who Knows 2rl r r 4V5 Jennie L tr 215K Dampf Neddie Con nor tr 209 San Sifter tr 2144 San Breaker tr 2161 and sister to 227 which nscia R taiao bitter 1M chance great Simmons 2744 Record V28VSire of 138 damsof62- Moonstone 2284 Dam of 4 NulbreaKer 2952 2 Record 224i 1Sire of etc Nutbearer dams of loi 2 084 etc Viclopla Bismark Dam of Bassllea 227 and Rescue 227 George Wilkes 519222 Sireof83lamsof1Oi- BlackJaneby Mambrino- Patchen58 Dam of Rosa Wilkes i218 etcVSultan 1513 224 Sire of 52 dams of 60 Montana3iaidbyGeorgtWihIccs Dam of Minnie Sim mons212 NntwoodBOO Sire of 174 dams of 320 Bonny Doon by Aber deen 27 Great brood mare Victor Bismark 326 Sire of 31 dams of 29 Flash by MtDonalds Mambrino Chief SAN MATEO 212 5 record 4 213tf sire of 22 including May Earl 210 trial 205 Silver Finch 115 Abe J 210 Who Knows 2il4 j Sally Reel 2l3tf Dutchland 2 1554 Alice Hutcbcraft 17K and Peter Parker 218J etc son of Simmons 228 and Moonstone 228 dam of 4 by Sultan 2 24 second dam Montana Maid dam of Minnie Simmons 212 etc by Georg Wilkes 510 JENNIE L darn of Neddie Connor trial 209 for which 12000 was xefused in 1902 sister of Bassilea 2271 Her dam Victoria Bismarck also pro duced Rescue22iVUUTBREAKER 2952 record 224 j sire of Nutbearer 209U winner of Roger Williams stake and Walnut Hall Cup 1902 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