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KwiGKX of TKK ACASEES I YJtat L 1OLEY2I- c HiEW T iritiRal- 4 UliuIYE eq rern JffT o flMNeokb thrott Mfc c5op4LtL Ko alCi JatfjboF- J Soidettry 1M Sn- r JIOIIIEYTAI Jti Ht r JjrMI T pI I O = yJOWN on AEoteri SA wSw ruZ r IE NEW4 =LEADsER- t ifl J n HOI1i vices ocloc 7t FAIRWltb oM OBSERVflONS I MV ihtopening oi pring b ciilStl1Cto the next irTbe 47th ann l VVashing on County Fair will e held Au rust 25th and continue cmr days Nie maoagers t11tstar are laking a specialI effur make he coming Pair the it SUe teesful one in the historiOf the Association Many la1pr oiuma will be offered whj will be an inducement to lding lordemen of the state oyln tbeiTlMcr t Falr iia The r field pr several year tpast been a c CM in every way Not onlyV it patronized by the people J our own county but large crow from adjoir itig counties bs been in attendance so that tl present ampltheatre has hard been sufficient to accommodat o vast number of pleasn seekers who attend The net receipts of thelJ sociatiou for several years pc have been suifiicientrto ma considerable improvements the grounds azIdy a considi ablecdividend in Jiidition t t t CREDITABLE The program arranged and preeented by the ihe teachers and pupils ol the rorSpringArbor Day was a tb rougl niertaimng one throught each grade planted a tree a flower which were named af some person iamousin or bistory or some former pn of the school After the planting of trees the exercises by the pu llSpileanacuittedner irhich did credit to them ofse1vetheir teachers In addition to thethefollowing persons spoke Rev tllarniaJEPh Polin Marshal Duncan and GergeNei kirk t ttTHE FIGHT us NOW ON The Republican delegates from the sour counties in the Eleventh Judicial district as sembled in convention at Leban on Ky Wednesday March Bin and nominated the Hon jJohi W Lewis of Ibis place for Cir cuit Judge and J H Graham of Greensbug for Common wealths Attorney y Tbe Democrats have already pominated Judge I H Thurma of this place for Circuit Tcfdg c andtheUou clem SBhIl o k Lebanon t for CommonwealthI rS AttorneyThe is yet sever months off but the clouds of th r coming storm are already i if sight rj While the Democratic major ln ty in the Eleventh Judicial Du ck trict iid large and hard to ove come and there is little chant oorfor a Democratic defeat it ixn notWisefor Democrats to su inr in their tents trusting too mut i1fin their natural and norm C strength while their adv saries are busy in the fielder ay MrFGrFrltia Oneonta N d writes My little girl was grea benefitted by taking Folejjr1 Or = Lazjatiye and I think it Is the t jremedy for constipation and U ronble Folcys Orino Laxatlvi best for women and children as d mUd pleasant and effective and feiday splendid spring medicine as cleanses the system and dears 57 complexion Sold by Haydon JobertsOnSon 4SIeet Bond Issue Losse hmD T The vote on the proposed I II issue to build a new sc house in the election Tues resuUedan it being defeatec a vote of 205 to 92 Little terest was manifested a1 verj light vote was po JHon J C Browderof Bue viUe spoke at the court n Mondaynight on the advar f having a school building dy made a good peech but tt was was never any cbanc bond issue to jcarry Hltbe know what steps the itMia Education will take tc litMos end of seouriHg a more t1 school buildinj Marion 41cOln un Hardecty Schoolhouse The cooing 01 the turtle dove and the beautiful songs of the various birds make us think spring in all her loviinesa iis upon us and we are glad to tell you our fanners are acting like ll feJlcll Mrs W B Barlow anddaugh ter Miss Lucy Mrs Walter Lewis and little son A B and Mrs S G Hardest v were pleasant guestsof Mrs Eliza Mitchell one day Jat week Mr Russell Hardin recently ire1baMaster Jessie Hardeety were in Springfield Saturday vMrS G Aardesty and wife P ndlyt W night and Sunday re I V J M Sales who has been COed s sometltIromtheeffectej gt jce tis4 rapidly recovering 00 MUe Gray has returned att beautifullkingoodst workMOndriishe wilL1 have re df for in- S5CtlOflme lozely hats for spring anmtDer wear Qtiite a bothJ8semb1ed1out MrsJInthefterliSlniureInune we smaI pnboursi Messrs W EdgarGray withMrar yule V MrJohnCarey w vis itedat Mr Thurhesers home Sunday preErifinetSay that outdoor exercise IJsV Atthe2 very well but how can Pall rheumatism follow that adthfollhe answer l very sImpieUseT Snow Liniment and the rhof l will go leaving you as spryam Gives quick and permanent waters from rheumatism neuralgia back and all pains Sold bytl 1 Crow Drug Stole aO Long Run r As I have been absent for sonxlv time I will again try and write few Items Mr Will Kimberlin and spentSunday with Mr Georg Best Mr Golev Kev and wif son visited the latter s p len e rJensontonSund y Mrs Nancy Cocanou her visitihg her children near Texas this week Mr Leslie Coyle and wife ai 2 son Robert visited their 8 parents near Springfield F t Mrs Laura Best and n iou r visited Mr George Cocanongher Wednesdlivr The prayer meeting at Beach Grove is progressing nicely Mr Bob Runels wit I conduct the meeting Thursday night i A Knockert is a man who cant see good in any person or hing Its a hjabit caused by a disordered liver U you find that you are beginning td see things through blue spectacles treat your liver to a good cleaning put process with Ballards Herblnec Keure cure for constipation dv pep ia Indiges tion slcsi headache bllipusness all liver stomach and bowel troubles Sold by Red Cross Drug Sore Knott Miss Emma Knott diiid at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs George Knott near Chicago ths county Sturd y morn jug March 27 1909 oJ typhoid pneumonia Funeral services ndayaC1ternQ wore buried in St Fran jis cemetery The deceased as nine teen years old and is survived by her parents nine sisters and three brothers to whom the sympathy of the comjriunity 1s extended Enterprise One Quarter Pound Week at tleast is vrh a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours If not theres something wrong with its digestion Giv It McGees Baby t atItroublc aids digestion stops fret falncse goods tot teething babies Price 25 and Soc Sold by Red Cross Diug Store Commissioners Sale John H Gorden Admr of Ww Hill etc Puffs vs In Equity Austin Hill et al Df ts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circiit Court rendered in the above styled cause at the February term 1909 of said court I will offer for sale on the mises on7 MONDAY APRIL 26 1909 oclock pm or thereabout to highest bidder at public auction n a credit of 6 and 12 months the owing described property towlt wo certain tracts or parcels land lying and bemgin Washington County Ky upon the of Chaplin River and boundtd as follows Tract No beginning aft a corner to John VBird Samuel Mattingly and With1esh Bird line thencv with the h Bird line to Samutl Mat lini thence with Samuel tingly llineto the beginning Vining 15 acres mbre or Tract No 2 adjoining wifejNO and buuhded ks fol ie VOu the north I by the f Preston Prather on the rr the lands of Robert tbectsJhn W Bird and JA- m containing 20 acres sofaid tracts will be is F ately cha urchase price the ptfr- secu chasers with approved bond ureties must execute datepg legal Interest from t1d forc ntH paid and having the grandders ctofa Judgment Bid complyirldavIJE4CHMANerM C W C C TolrfnflOOO TOrA SI FULLOOFSS s The Reo is chuck firoff public and private Glidden Touts to tndutance and reliabil- ityhillc1imbini cont prove effective pOWe- reconomy contests teConolny and nioot- hrunniiijAny kind I you want i 4 PASSEIRER WITHJ TOP IoO- oiOPIUNI 1000 jCatalog I ILEBYO Narks ii Springfield I Kentucky Automobile ShoBroadway Louisjfle- II Ky AprililS ifat Reimers MOJorCr t Cot Garraf L s AT LEXINGTON I f 0Imocratic State Central Committee Held Meet ing on April 2nd t t The meeting oft the Sta e Lexingitop April 2nd was one in whict- considerable interest was mauli tested by Democrats in all parts of the state The meeting was called by members of the com mittee and some important mat ters vere considered anti dis importantqofficers tb act on the state cen tal and execu ive committees the report of the c mmitte gave tba offic holders who held their offices at the time of their election t j the committee the right to hold their office and act as ominitteemen This gives officers who were In office June 11 1908 Thright to hoh11 their places in the party rgani zation however the position of any committeeman who may be cornea candidate or applicant for public office will in accord ance with the party law become vacant A committee of six member- shadedby Thomas A Combs was appointed to establish and locate permanent headquarters asa means necessary ta redeem the state from Republican dQmij nition And it was provided rther that the committee 1fould jise its endeavors ttd pcomote peace harmony and pUt down factionalism i A Baby Show in SprInt fieidh would have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest ba bits would win the prize No baby can be healthy who suffers from orms and most tables do aid unless they are kept free from them witu vVhIte8vGrcara Vermifuge Acts quickly yet nlld13rii it own pnr gative Mqthers dont Attempt to raAa Children withput Whites Cream YermifUge Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stor- eAnEmpty Treaiury Kentucky is confronted with the prospect of an empty treasury along ic July and August with the chihces that the war rants drawn on the same cannot be paid until the Sheriffs turn in the1 money next fall This condition of things is due large ly to the extravagance of the last Legislature and the ex Governor1inTo present its recurrence next year the State Board of Equali zation 14 raising the assessment of the cbunties from five to fiti eenpe4We need a little ito good wholesome economy in the qext Legislature and if ihe revenueis not sufficient to meet the expenses why raisei the tax tjate but stop this un fair meaps of raising additional revenue by the Stat Board of EqualizajtiOn It is unfair and unjust as it makeathe tac payers who give in their property honestly pay an additional l tax on account oi the dJshosty of those who da not give in fairly to the assessorElizabetbtown- sews During the the spring everyone would be benefitted by Baking Foieya Kidriey Remedy It furnishes a needed tUnic to the kidneys alter the extra strain of winter andil purl fies the blood by stimulating tie kid neys and causing them to emulate the impurities from it Foleys Kid ney Remedy imparts new life and Igor4 Pleasant to take Sold by Cuydoit and RObertson Bridge to Be Rebuilt W 0 RitfeafBqa Gener- aiI pa n ger Agent of the Q S1C7cently Work has already b constructjonll dkeWilt tnt1JbuIlt the I havethewheretheworxnj It rap1omiIetionnopnthe ground and have b gua tmr workI The bridge Iwhen completed wll be the highest in the United States to span a navigable rirerTIhe old bridge will be wedI Iaj while the nev one is beinK notIhave t6 use the Houthern tracks as was at first reported Mr Rinearsbii says itwill take abont two years to do the work Anderson News lIa111bthat saps the vitality which is natur ally lowet in old age Foley Kid npy Remedy corrects urinary troubles stimulates the kidneys and reo stores strength and vigor It cures uracid troubles by streajfthening the kidneys so they yrill strain ORt the uric acid that retle in the muscles and joints causing rhem tim Sold by Haydon Robertson LEBANON LOCALS From the Falcoln Mrs Alice Peak wife of Mr John Peak died at their homo e near Holy Cross yesterday afternoon Decease was about 22years of age and is mou rned neiadiborseThe meut will beat Holy Gross this morning Mr John Renner died at his home in LenOIWednesday morning about seven oclock following a Jongrxillneas of a complication of diseases De ceased was a welt koown shoe maker andhad a large number serImorning and interment was in the Oatboliccemejiery Miss Annie HOagland of h- Cv4ry neighborhood and Mr JamS Gribbins of the IBrad fordville section were married by Dr A 0 raves at his resi dence last Tuesday This is the second matrimonial venture IQi I each Miss Alice M Terhuni and Mr H D fox ortby vwerel united ill marrIage at the resi lance qf the bride in Bradford ville last evening at seven oclock Rev T F Wiltqnpro nfourfcinjf the ceremony The wedding on account of recent deaths in their families was a quiet affair and only relatives and intimate friends ware pres mt5 i At the public sale ortbe liv ery outfit of JnoW Orume 3ko Mpnday a large crowd was present from Marion and ad joing counties Twenty head of Keldingsanamares front 6 to 15 roars old having oeen used tin the livery busjness from four to ten years sold from 58 to 1200 per head an average of 1116 All other equipment anti farm tools etc sold equally as well the proceeds aggregating over 4000 Thenew stock of farm ing tools seeds etc was ooV sold being retained by lenewl Jfirm of Crume Grume which will continue this branch of the business t iWhen you take Kodol the food you have eaten wUl bf digested r1at urally regularly aad promptly and ia this way Kodol giyes tbe stomach a chance to regain its lost strength and health and after a little while you need not take Kodol longer but take it while jon do need It arid iif it falls to benefit you your money will ber tunded to von It is mold by the Red Cross Drug Store First Trip From Horn Mr MM Antld and MM Cordi Ai Pike of KomineV Tay lor jjounty were married In Hodgenvllle on last Thursday afternoon the ceremony taking place iihithe parlor of the Conner Iaei Judge A M Howell df ficiating They lleftihe follow ing morning for OklalMina wher6 they will make their fu ture home The trip from their home in Taylor county to Hodgenville a distance of near ly forty miles was made horse back the young couple travel ing the greater partjof thik day Immediately upon the arrival her a visit was made to the office of the County Clerk and a license procured Judge Howell was then visited and the nuptial knot was tivd bf re the travel worn tiouple thought of rest The brides father ac ompn ied ttfe couple to Hodgenville They stated they had never be ore been this far frcboie- d H appeared m ch iMfts t d in esilkta 1betr lat visit to tow aforded tlieinsThey left the ne morning muck perplej rY K l v T tIrSVlJCkM7c Gitth 1OXkfLII 0 IiknaMILAgeWsi It RcyaJ Bek ltlIvNkb6 MII Wrsthb5JkIAdM liMr skirrJTfL iks Ii Ipcs tle thwsk of 2oyaI3s LLft 11 ed over the problem of maklag the trip to Oklahoma without getting lost or sidetriLckad but the father reassnre4 thee by saying that whtn you etM the train don 1t get off till it iop and tell the condudtOr to toot his engine whea you get there tjien yuli be tsafeLaru County Herald If you expect to get the best aad mo treliabllpr8puation for Kidaey tt cable lDftdmm der rheumatism rheumatic paiag weak back and backache you mast got Ue Witts Kidney and Bfidder Pills They act promptly a iaresure Sold by the Red Cro4oDrafi Store S Fair yiew I Mr and Mrs Jas Nfcbolabn of near Willisburg visited tiir daughter Mrs Long Sun Robert Hays and Hal Murphy of Bloomfied visited the bOtH of Mr and Mrs j W flays Saturday and Sanday Eva Che thftii was home fro Friday till Monday Miss Mollie Qheattiam is spme better at this writiag MznRoaIix vialti Myrtle and Julia Mae Carmsj Monday Our farmers ar b 8y plowing Walter and Willie Carney visited their aunt Mrs Jas Hardesty Sunday Mrs J E Stevenson dined with Mrs F M Carney Tues 1ay We are sorry to give up Mr Davison as editor but welcOme J NoeandPoUui Mr John Kays Jr and vita visited his Mater Mrs lBJ- arneySanday r t vjv- jMr and Mrs Yandireatrae of Ohaplm visited their dagbert- Lrr Jas Truax Satarday aid Sundaf Mr Sam Yocum and Mrs Fanny Lydaae weaf to Willis burg SundaySBeulah Mae Coleman has rt turned to her home in Lois ville after a few months stay at the home of her graudparaata Mr and Mrs J W days t We know of nothing better for uts burns bruise scratckM or IB faet anything1 where sjtfve la seeded tban DeWitts arbUMd Wifck Easel alveItia specially good far piles We sell and ricbwHwiNllt SbldbytkeBcd Crops DhiCSt tt Notice Kaunmaa Moyer Arnold 4 Enterprise baggies for sale They stand fur all that dan be asked for in the buggy line 10 gul wagons Disk rfirrow Cora Plantera Tobacco- Arnericab jSetter and Uw Field Fence the Hat field feace on the Market ia all sizes from the55inch flee made m No 7 top and bottom and Noi 9 Intermedia wire and stage 1a the 28 inch hoj fence and bbs belt poultry fence on the market lie 40 cents per rod Ae KlMBAl14 Foley Heaey aa4 Tar U at Safe guri agalnit e rlotw rewVs irfM Ipdtcold irbicH imftaw tM lusg netHytl o iiAvoid couuttriti j iMUtlag iMMg iAyiig the gIial i1 ROAST iactTar wklck catai M tlnlt FOR S LEAI4NJ e Xnd1all RI k sgfVf ror15or3Ofqr225 r Nu T xSxit- SS iei t1 p l 1 JL4IWi at 1 U f t rI f V suI t f w eccaaillYIoI f HooftheIJrjla S AaWtl Carrasmj D d Vice Admiral Pacgal JflicTeW who eam4d8S I Iteetin the b4ti of SiBiii S Jr Cuba dtea ja JPaerW Rsspa April S 5SVice 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cobweb social given at tbhoofJ4raMaggie Ray bovrmbr ibe iMoibers of the i Cfertet a Ciiireh was well at 141 teadec coBelderiBf the inclem tcj ol the wiatherbThumeaTingof the cobweb WM quite latera ting as it was woysn with much ikillgMis Addle Warren of Perry 4 vfl e M the guest of Mrs MelvIn GiI1eI Joh Rape spent Sunday af Mtsebl Haut Beam i McAfee Mr Will B Turner died atI1 bin boat jin ihk place Saturday t 44ornit of pneumonia HeC c had been in declining health lorI 8o time but his condition only became critical on last Thurs day morning and his loved onesd1 at his bedside realised that pIO4WUDII bUr1wife and three small children toi yrjbcmrahil death He fwas a de r TQed imbtfad ft Mod and lov L iK father ad his paaeing away I Witt leaye a void in many hearts beside thoee of hw immediate reiatiyes which can never be 1 JHe4 The sincere condoiepces cm Ldec ie tendered withtt that of other friends to the estrickiiin their earthly Joss BiHersMot took place in the vMftckviIIe cemetery Sunday 7 Ward toPJifhSoul I YcHirfiGB has consumption His caK kv pelu These appalling qFereipofce to Beo B fclev lJta 11agEilerchantof Spring jddNC Ibjr two export doctors 6 e a lung Speclalist Then was aiiewit the wonderful power of Dr Kimfsl New JHscovery After three eek tHe writes Mr pe waa as well as e BleyI ir Mildei take all the money in the boyyits tfcesafeat jaarest cure of desperate I4dieases on earth SOc and ltacTke Haydbm and Eobinspn vStoreg Guarantee satisfaction Trial tle free- I1fQICtVIOW- n ti 1 ViMr andYMrs Oscar Gree i Wire yisiting frends and rel I tiys here last week Mr Garland Hamilton is mo v f tag to Mrs Annie Vizes prop terty where he wUl remain this i 4yr gettingIt barn Mr Thpint West is also r j baildihg one and it will soon Ibe t dtWben Mr tam Maupin hadI imishtd sawiog on Mr Tom jMed ey7s farm he came out qn the turnpike road with his en gjne wmov over to Mrs Teresa Bltndfords farm where h itttodosoB3fe sawing and while j teptiiiO cross the bridge near TIiII1M tra of Scotts EmuIsion ajm4ieveiyboffleofitso1d jntMtwockWIich ampunts ats2L fliOUS yearly WBecaea it baa eJIIiIII1l ckildrin rg Mroig ud wellgiven- slbaiiLzvsycIieeksto pse amicgirIs and i t1 MeIdt fa6eW 7 CIU 0 tMiaiwgIb 1 w1 =su eoftC otste a we Ifl sd yo QpISAUUtthtRrOdd orT IOW 4O9PSSZt XV I c 0cI o You ict Up With a Lame Back il KttKr TroeMe XOu Thi I er1lll jIo IcnI rbeumati IpamII LwMnd sIdI3gpiniftpSiit- b wektSfoU011J1ngUJeolliq1lOCtwsJtC IIua overcumel thst aipeseaMerie of co pUd togo ofte 1u1111 1th1 nieM IMS beeJimade bywbch IireH1hWI o inj Uffer Ienwritingmention I 1DfXi1mer1 D a b l reNigbamtoaNYoaeYerybettleII IbriI turned upside down and lies wedged between the piljars When Mr Ma pin nowII he oridge was giving tu 1abhineI c w and a pillar of the bridge had not a piece of timber andII etween the wheel and hs oth legs would have been entirely severed kfter remaining iIn this position lor over an hot iviD directions to the men who were working tto get him out he displayed the greatest pluck and oolness imaginable Mr Mau d1andaccident Mr Tom Moblev while- ciittingwo d forthe engine cut himself with an ax making a- very painful wound Mr Ed Cusic called on and said that StIay last his saw mill near Catherine was entirely des sympathy y fire We extend trovedII Most cough cures and cohi cures are oonstipatirig especially those that contain opiates Kennedys Lxa ti nityeopiates and it cesthe cold by gent ly moving the bowels and at the da- ame time it soothes irritation of the throat and lings and In that way ta tops the cough It is especially recommended for children as it tastes ple 11Welrthei Tatham Springs Ky l The members of the Baptist Church at this place met and or ganized a Sunday Scbool Sunanday afternoon with Mr Clay Foster as Superitendptth Miss Virile Hardesty who has been the g1istofMrs Williams or the past few weeks has re turned home Mrs Bruner Arjmstroag we are glad is to report s some iteratbiswritiIig1 r and Mijs Evan Crow made a flying trip to Polin Sunday af ternoon t3r Elijah Kays and Mrs LizziB Varnarsdal l ofAniocht were quietly married at thtehome of the Rev H P aettnoon They will reside at Antioch May their union prove 10 be a long and happy one Miss Hester Noel of Willis burg who has been visi ing her sister Mrs Della Carey has re turnedbomei Mr and sjMs S T Hungate visited at the home cfc the Jat ters brother MrMrit Hun gate of Will iaburg Sundayu Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Princeville IllUbut hadlL11 Bucklens Arqica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Bolls Burns and Files astound thet orld2c at the Haydon and Robertson Drug Score Will bur Miss Mabel Keeling of Celina O is visiting relatives here Mrs Lyd Reynolds left here Hunday for Tablow where she will have millinery thi season Messrs Walter Scott ofMt Zian and flarve Seay of Polin a tended church here Sunday Ti ose who attended the party giveni by Mrs Martha Wilson were Misses Mattie and Mag gie Hays and Mollie Crotich Messrs George Hays Luke Hays and Delvert Scoitand Mrs LizziaOrouch Miss Annie Bishop and Mr Ruseell Hardin called on Miss Sarah Keeling last Sunday a life arei glad to report the si If much improved We are glad to congratulate IbeWrl11 anil Perkins firm on their gUd basinewr Mies Sarah Hendren visited fejative iifcMejroer Co the first of the VreLk Mr W Fy itrih1 whose home burned a few weeks ago Cr t I II T i DISPLAY OFF SPRINGJIOOb-I t i As IlsuaIlwe are offering to the trade an up4odate and omplete line of new Goods made I buyer will recggnlze as being low w mVJt you to come to see US atd we believe pring Yu will a9ave at oUr pricesthat prices tlII f i IICLOTllfflI a I To Suit Everyone Hart Schaff ner Marx Suits I for Men the bsstand most p r IEveyI1800 to QOO The Wellworth Brand for Men This make is appropriately I named as each suit is well worth the price asked for it Prices from j I 7SOto2250 Eosonwald Weils Extreme 1 Nobby Suits for Young Mm This is the most extreme End nobbiest line manufactured fur young men YbtmgJ men in ist I sEitbemto appreciate them I500 to 2500 A Seinsheimer Uoa 11Hrfectiqn Suits for Boys rnd They are perfect in fit and workmanship Bbys f Jm 7SO to 15 Chil dren from25O to SG Visit I j our buyingtclothing department before 11Men Ge6P Furnishings Tdes Shirts Shirts 81 50c to to 1 Half hose in all new Shades Neckwear in all Styles and priqes I Suspenders GIQues and Underwear 8 Co J 1 1 iII was in towa Friday buying iurtL ure j Mrs Mat Duncanspent Thurs y at the home ofM V Crouch Wearegbrfy to say Miss Let Bishop is suffering with ton silitis Mr Steve Bishop of Chicago ied by his cousin r Marion Gist is visiting his parents 1 Up Before the Bar- N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt whites We have used Dr KIngs New Life Pill for years a d find Jhem snch a good fanily medicine we wouldnt be without em For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at the Haydon and Robertson Fair View Nancy Moore visited her aunt Mrs T D Sweeney Monday Effie Gordon is the guest at the home of Mr Ed Yocum Gilbert Hardin visited his sis r Mrs Fred Cheatham and church at New HopeI S un4ayfR L Gray and sister Marthal were the guests at the home of Mr F M Carey Satur day night Rev Sill preached at New Hope SundaytWhen you take Kodol the food ou have eaten will be digested nat rally regularly and promptly andI in this way Kodol gives the stomach a chance to regain its lost strength and health and after a little while you need not take Kodol longer but take jit while you do need it and if it fails to benefit you your money will be re funded to you It is sold by the Red Cross Drug Store ji Pfatheri Creek As I have ben absent for some time J will write a few items v Thefarmers are aoout through plowing through this section audi are getting ready to plant corn SpringfieldWe are sorry to say that MiL Butler Shewmaker is sick Tnose who attended court Att Harrodsburg Monday from this place were Mr Sid Russell Mr George Cbristerson Mr JB R Russell Mr Sam and Marshall MayesMr Reed Russe and family spent Sunday with Mr Jaw Lowe Mrs Mayes spent TUosday night with her mother Mrsr Martha Shoemakei who is quit IlLSMrs Nannie Christerson an Mrs Reed Russell pent last Tuesday with Mr Johnnie ChriBterson and family t sptastth tier sister MS Lillie weyi of Maqkyille f 4r Mr Virgil Males has ought LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOW I APRIL 15 1617v HALF FARE RAILROAP RATES Exhibits ef Utqst Models Caw Paris Accessories Etc Chasies and other Special Features BROS COOLDS PRINCE WELLS REIMERS 4S new buggy so lookuut Rids he will be around We were sorr to hear in this section that the death angel bad visited IMr F I Purdom and ylfeliebereaved husband and little children What has become of ah our correspondents as I have not seen them all in for a long time I hope to see them all in soon a gain J Character Game All the players sIt urouud in a circle The player who first thinks of an erestlngcharacter In one of Grimms tales or in Alice In Wonderland or any other book that Is quiteI ifairilllar to all the players sits floor within the circle and begins to describe the character Tlie other children listen carefully and the first one Who thinks be has guessed the charac er sits on the floor beside the other and continues to describe the charac ter If helms guessed rightly and is correct in his description the first player allows him to go on describing but It he is mistaken the first player shoos him out of the game As soon as a child thinks he has guessed the Character he sits on the floor and tells what he knows of the character and iso it goes on till nit the children are sitting on the floor except those who have guessed wrong and they are all driven out of the game The Old Man of the Sky The Iroquols point out to their chil dren a cluster of stars which they cal the old man White people do not always know why It is They tell till story of his reaching the sky or thi great blue wigwam qndolJnndiest bluff There he sang his deatl chant His people followed but wal ed at the foot of the btuffrWbUe tt were watching they saw him sic rise into the air his voice souijjJe spirlt4eatfourstar lodges He was given laco i the bunSHisndl chit die nlghtdrenIndian Craftsman = The oweis v This Is a game thut exercises theI mind Some player begins by asking a question of the person next to himI which must be answered without ing the vowel which the questioner In the form of beans or chips or bits of paper should be evenly distributed before the game begins and if the forbidden vowel Is used Inj answer the culprit must pay to theS jjThetlon and so around the circle Thery prlzlJandat the end of the game is the wiuuer The questIoning thay be like this 7 L Q Have you been out of town f season Answer without o A Yes we were It the seaside Q Do you love music Answer outiL A Yes very much Q Do you play teimls Anew out e H T A I doplny It l Q Do you like punch Ansj v out A The drink 1 do not lIke I dosQ Who told you abou e nest Answer without dory tvAThen I should tetfeltV told me And she pny Ti t Thj ense Grieyouddlug Pete VOm No sir saljTother nlnut would not stpbey passed me o tulk to dem foJbrdJ a short anuf J Wltpt vih1ugtOu Star row W rkv as fatUraliYr audl cry flhnIt5Mranirjep a 8lnceChlcagQ Post b I One Point Settled They kv the new Mrs Bangs U a J om cooH f ilehcejdonjttt the fcopkery but shes lllnlnn11 right Houston Post Her Constitutional Right Ghtdisl So jouve wat about his business UnVe you l uJed theerrecali on hlnCbl Tribune N t aflrop Or AlcoihtrI A medicine that ipcreasesThe- LtWttt is a tonic teratWhat is anwho1e systemof theQJtone unhealtliY actiQl1 ttthat alters or changes medicineit Name the best tonic and alterat actionhealthy Sarsaparilla entirely free Sarsaparilla the only all about it Never t own doctoralcohol Ask your endorse CAy medicine doctors nnot productS Jbe aMorbed l1v tf0U5 Without dally action ofthe bowel6 aboot Ayu PIU foicoi blood bUioIIII headache Askrdo z l 0TWashi + 36inch ppfcals r 8 IP 12k and i cents El Dress GirgliarnsVi 48 10 l2aridJ cents = tPreCh Ginghams 2Q25 371 andA cents Batiste anti Lawnse t 5 ujro cents Linen Suitinss 15 20 025 35 arf5O cents Mercerized Pabrics n1ill thu ieweffefr d il24J5Ocenb r vj T T Vyfi J f i i4 rr J 7 fv WoyiSfqrlifip g I SS a INovelties in l3ets1L 15f0l5C- I centsIFull stockof Fabric and Kidves Shirt Wai5sMuslinTJifderw 1 Neckwear and Ruchirigs tII 4 J i ltt7 IDRESSJ OODS S Dress Goods mall th neayesand Coiorirfgs in Taffetas Pma Che Melrose rte nc onsII We thank cfatronsand Friends for j past Patronage Promise them Fair andjI Liberal Treati in the Future Cunningham Duncan Springfield I L1 oaiompa pleasant Ayers t Ifl1FVOU COMETOLOUISVjLLE d To tjctrical and Industrial Exposition April 12 to 24 We Want You to See The B cfprrjr1 WORLDI WHERE THE BEST ORGANSIN IIa MADEMi Ily organ for your homeellyouone or your church we CREDIT AND ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL I net holesale factory price ith all agentsandcut retailersottandsave you from 30 to75 meEIractory you comexrjr FOrt OUR FREE CATALOG l to we to If at to ast ofMaucl at by 64 4 by Burps m 103 rjp 15 breeding con i fi tobeahis aU be fiieian i Ptjii t bigvhite is by le f j Kyst dg the penitentiary Frankfort the l food Sold Red t l 7l L o7 Velntsi i J1l BrusseIJs 1 lnraius Sultanas jyaM 3112 Granites 25 i irs Cwtaiis SOc tt h 10000 Rt4I Fa 2Sc i Womens Children r and Oxfords Fiorsheims Shs1nd ft Douglas J Oxfords men 25083tOaud4 KrrppendorfDitman Oxfordsfor 2OJbark Oxfords for Mises and Children on the S We the in Patent Gun Oxblood I I L Sil i i l s u tandbebasbecnupluthealr i1flIIybeIlcVeS ION frA OS TO OWe are make also and Thll fyo sample Instruments you Ie Lilcrand fletW1io1esaJe factOry priceUOO want less one than well YOUd take hayeta your order now Qt 1crcditand pay aSUlt3our cOnvenience 5DLER 7 PuHarticulIrsrs V PATRSline makebesestable halfelOTojnsureacoltso IanhingtnWashington Den dam of pt Dolan byutGtrosen MoritroseGaines OlidamDie SawFMngbyiuchester 34 bands cPs iuto tomaketerbisshosingup iir colts SIZ a same and Jack IT IGK tOittu tand andt 0ndlilpointS fine JimandhfDick thef tinealveprc top eaDiugk tInlasivice l iac lorser alSlI1JMaud Boq offic Live more Uje 0T I- Wa11 Paper C I i Mt 85 37 1s p Lace Wall 4ctt Mens and Shoes WLand and women Sin Shoes said stylish mark t have above Metal Tan and Ifr going pianos 1ijOf 1 show terms retailV high time j I McCABE t DEALERSINS k lWe ship Whiskey from 41ttif 10 years lid at 22510 i Orders frt I eutuckv filled ourIndzana boa x j J fr We ulso carry in stocfc r t 7 25 o White corn whiskeyper g L l JIIt 22S f Pure mle br ndy peraI r t 3ooaci l J Address fl rdrto itt f I4CCAJiCUMMJNS r 325 W Mtirltett j KY 1t VMuu i jJ CE default ing jerii miue oUte Auduon was given years at Tuesday in circuit court n e years f roffrlnga for wkingJhlmtbtjother i llitypfjeIstot combination of all the natural algee i UvZjuceslunC1Jnran ordimary haK stptnach and wilt drget iia natural JV leaiat t ke ore by the CrMi flri tttr THT1ikcarpets it Lacecurtains I2Axm- lnsters h 2506 teMs cewts- llemp4 l i22Tcets 5tM 6 er leckkitystronger SES- sfordsCos Shoes for Shoes the most Shoes all yI j N on 1 writeforcjitaboeartcSKENTUCKYWESTCUESTNUTCAR ii iic N M CUMMINS Straight Kentucky Whiskies 4OO I pergJjfOni PirebJackberryanjtgrp wneperga j StLOUISVILLE It = Y A KILL THE COUOHM CURB TH 1 tUjtO WiTH Dr1 1iits7 NIWD1SCOIt F TmLuN lt o ir1aytriebtsPkysxi Ismsd aMbalMt wU cVv tfca Iknuty tatomay dolp W by Iaydoa a4- qberroa riIB i DL G1BDIIIOK R rT DNTITI j to yylJlU TU J IIIj Ks lilat ip Mis- 4SPINGPI1D LT- M1 Iatal Wo k Strictly Firstclas o DRJf mm Oft fccm 8tIi it2p a j D- ii t jLflL1w4OnMDb smcgkSErISIIN- 0tIik ca4 jFlR1GSBX ATi fltNI5Y At LAW IjMWiJIHk n up itI7orMWj HYATT tice i4r lUd X3roa Drut n Scs onHyatt1030 to = 0 12 m4 to5pm4 OHNYMAYE5 rUIERAL utHICTOR A1CEISED EMBALMER g TELEPHONE A DAY 19 NIGHT 74 p 1JGFIUT- i yowaittbe Best FLOUR askyjOBr crocerfortl Pride ofWashington lot t OR SpringfleW Choke 1liLnutact red by jj W Jrboe iCo lar We pat fcifclieit markt y pnc for grin w iMrs mwY Mtsnc icNi MUIIt IisIftkFtr Tht kdisys1 wVHIycic rRobrtiL R t j t I Li S PMMJtY SsIICri c Mi d 1 r S hilJ Rotel I I e VaI B- t Cream Yermifuget TK AIMT- EEIWORM REMEDYi NI jNLNtflFAY r1E- eW 11N1C iv4TIL1 WI ftmnmnm + LJ irt drdZ wLMIiat Cir t i t Netci tr Alt pero liaTiie illtjpr tdr caM property prtr n Jtllfiil AH paciowi iMk bUd to MM- bo f fHI ylMt py mm S ppilLy L A io AMLDss klod1dIsssltd 9t DIN lu d 1 YTOffl ago io LocI Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest I z aJi4betYrIT1 Friends I awl Acquaintances IT FTr Tp rF ET Hci cora for sale by WH- KgItMebaao Springfield FOR RENTFour ice rooms Yet J A Shakers grocery L AVBUNS The beet refrigerators for the n uLQney at Leachmcu andiCampbells i i Say fDoe you baggy need painting Call on A 0 Kim ball at the old Casey shpp i SiM Leacbmad and Campbells efore buying screen d rsands windows FOK BENT Nice house and yard and 1 acre ground pn East Main Street Apply to JOHN W LEWIS J FOERENTThe home on Wilt burg treat next to the Chris 1 ChHrch Apply to V 3V 8 CLAYBROOKE Mrs Mulligan has on band fotl ice line of trimmed and ready wear hats Ready for E steill over Peoples Deposit Bank a tlVcifor5 per hundred Mrs R A Mcln ire Springfield Ky r I 42w Skirtzbyhone ei near Polm PEARLIE SMOIERSo On last Saturday atrnornIhe saw mill of Mr Ed C sick iicatedmiles from town was de itrpyed by fire Much valuable lumber was also burnedii Mr Proctor K Begley and Missi Laura EBailey were married Saturday1 April 3 at P the residence of Rev W F n Wolf Both are prominent ouflg people and have the gpod ishes of a host of friends 1 1 q Pr and Mrs S J SmocklefttSaturday for Glasgow Ky to ake their h me Ne regret to I lose Dr Smock and liis estimar le family from our midst wish himBucc j IihQmeFiscal court is in session this eek Judge B L Litsey binga absent Squire John W Gordon presided the first day ofthe session Yesterday sealed bids for work on the turnpikes were rYJbgJinessterm nothing special sbeeu- J done J 1Texasshort illness of pneumonia De I ceased was overseventy years ofr- age and a woman of excellent character She was the wiJow of the late Nathan Drane who preceded her to tbe grave some years ago There will be preaching at the home of Mr and Mrs TV A Tatum near Valley Hill on the tnird Sunday evening at 3 ocl ck April 18th by the Rev A C Finkstob and each third saFetwarmImon year Every body cordially invi1edI bridge at Fredrick ITheoJd offered for sale on Monday April 5th and was pur chased by Mr William A Smith and Mr C L Price for 240 ap proximately The old bridge is to be torn down and a new steel bridge willI be erected on the same site tS M Campbell reports ithej following alesat Lebanon county court day 10 yearling steers at 2050 per head 4year1 ling heifers at 1450 per beadId lIacknej111bor190 1 mars 76 1 Shetland pdcy tIQ5boneSyear old horse 1101 same 100 one old mple 3760 11 ewes and 7 lambsIt i81 per sheep with lambs I thrown i in On Saturday April 3d Mr mareIiBaster and horse King wer 4o4d tthe COurt House door ii Springfield in pursuance to a jodgffiftnt and order of sale iin the action ot Bobon Lucas v JohttJGr Howall The mare was pvrcfaasedby Judge T H Thur maa for 205 at dtbehQtse by W DClsybro ke for 14950 IiToFIG11 1 NAirftiYMuDD On Saturday afternoon at 530 Miss Margaret Fal1y and Mr A bertMudd were united in marriage at St Rose The bride is daughter r of Mr and Mrs J H NalJy who live ear Fredicktown She is a alented young lady well known nth county The groom is son of Mr William M ddot Springfield and an industrious farmer The News Leader joins their ijla y friends in wishing them Narrow Escape On last Saturday afternoo while moying a traction engine Mr Sam Maupin narrowly es aped death in a horrible manner He was crossing a bridge near Mr Matt Mocks when the tim Bers brpe under the heavy weight of the engine and man betweentbehe engine turning over Mr Maupm was pinioned betweeu he narr wwallsof the bridge nithe wheels of the engine but in some way the timbers of he bridge came between him nd the engine so that the full weight did not fall upon him1 Beyond a few blight bruises he s uninjured erious Accident On last Monday while the funj ral of Mrs Drane vas being held at Bethlehem church a tram f mules driven by Mr C O Durham to a twohorse wagon loaded with baled hay catie- nmanageble and dashed at fun speed down the hill taking a wheel off a buggy belonging to Ray Logsdon and then running into a buggy driven by Mrs James Arnold demolishing the vebicfe and throwing its occu nts to the ground Mrs Ar dld was rendered unconscious for seveial hours She has several severe wounds about the enIandrnally injured BirtKs Agirr was born to Mr arid Mrs T J Miller of WiWsbirs y on tne Istdav of April 1909 Weight 7 pounds 8 weeks Name Agn Maurice f Mr and Mrs JC Jleraents re rejoicing overthearrival ofa daughter Born to the wife of Mr Geo T Clements a sop I EnsorSmith v Mr William Smith and Mis Emma Ensor surprised their many friends by eloping to Jeffersi nvile Indiana vhere HWit Teeth extracted t DANGERNo out W1tii when plates are wanted Ji Abb WORK 11 in Done vertised every in this oftlceisllrstclassi i J WYSTiLlARDDDs S Springfield Ky 1000 t they were mairried by Magistra James S Keigwin Mr Smith is a popular young farmer of this county and is a son of Mr C G Smith The bride is a daughter of Mr 16 Eospr and isa popular and abcomplished young lady- ShelbyHundley Mr A B Hundley and Mrs Mary Eliza Shelby were quietly married yesjerday afternoon at 330 Oclock by Rev RE C Lawson at the home of the brides parents Both parties are well known to the people of Washington County Mr Hundley isan en terprising farmer and Mrs Shelby is the widow of the late J E Shelby and 3 daughter of Mr and Mrs4 Palmer Grundy who live at Valley Hill McChordHurtOn afternoon at the home of the brides parents in Lebanon Mr William Fairlegh Hurt of Owensboro and Miss Laura flarlan McChord were united in marriage This wed ding is of interest to Springfield people on account of the popu larity of the bride among the young people here She is the daughtPr ofMr and Mrs A H McChord who until the past few years resided here where Mr McChord wa engaged in business Miss M Chord is P charm mg young lady possessing many accomplishments Mr Hurt i a is prominent business man of Owensboro John A Her dreni Dead Mr John A Heiidren died at the homeof bis Mr S G dehdren in Lc uision of infirm iiiies ihdident tcr age and the remains wee bnught hnre for biii ial Thursday April 1st Th services were con luctd at the BaptisfChurcJi by Rev W H Williams and intdrmeutin e ceo tory Hill Mr BUmdren wasseyeiityfive yearsof age and until recently lived jin Washington county where he was highly respected d by all who knew him Be serv ed the peope of his county for several years as magistrate from the Sendreh precinct which bears his nane Whie in that office he won the admir tion of all by his unswerving honesty sound judgment and lpokingIafter the interests of the county GET YOUR EASTER GROCERIES at Special Prices f For Saturday April 10 AND FOR CASH We offer the following 1 dozenjLemons forv1I 15 1 dozen nice Orangds for A Iao2 boxes IKUM reg price lOc forII i Ji 15 a cakes 5c German Sweet Chocolate forV 4V 10 1 cake 25c Bitter Chocolate for i 20 8cais1Occorn for 25 3 cans lOc tomatoes 25 I 13cansl0c peas 25 2 25cansI 6 bars Big Dtal or Red Wrapper Soap for I 7 bars Lenox Sbsp for H 1 can 18c Salmon worth 20c for H 25II3 cans tsniderS 10c Pork acd Beans for i 3 cans Red Kidney Beans VVV 3 cans lOc String Bean for4t l 25 1 can 30c Peaches 25 1 can 35c pr otsp 80 1 can 35c Cut Asparagus v 3r Will have Everything in Fruits Vegetables tM the market affords GLASSWARE Have just received one of the prettiest patterns of pricesV11I EGGS If you hate eggs to sell bring them to us as we Sbuy them Pay in cash if you prefer MCELROY t SHADER s tiiERONALt t f M r Artliar MoGill and Will Robertson were in etJanoD Monday t Hr Sberard IindleiQl hah fford was In Springfield yxester7 day IVfr JfJ McCabe6J Liotiis 1 vilie was here the first pf thn week Miss Bertha Haydon will visit her sister Mrs Tom Spalding thelweMr WE Butler of Tewk pe Alabama is visiting his sister Mrs W D Claybrooke- Mr W D Claybrooke is in Louisville today i MfsA R Shultz and Mrs John C hader were in Lejbaa onSaiurday s Miss ilmma Rose Polin Miss Loujs Johnion and Miss Nellie MiIfwho are attending school at StGatbarines are home for EtgterJ ME S MvesJr arid Miss 4nrifie McSlroy were in Lebanon Monday MiscPearl Edelen has returned toner home after a weeks visit to Her sister Mrs WT Leachman J iiand Mrs J R Mahon visited her parents Mtand Mis E S Mayes Sr Sunday Mr C W Hagan and Miss CatharIne Spalding of Lebanon visited in Springfield Sunday Mrs James Walker and Miss Dawson of Bloomfield were in town Monday Miss Eliza Lisle McChord and VlissI Ford of Lebanon were in Springfield Thursday Mr Syahen SSimms spent Sunday and Monday in Louis yule f Mr J K Durham was visiting in Mercer county the last of the week Mrs Garland Thompson has returned to her home in Louss yule after a visit to Relatives here Lit le Miss Louise Roney of Leba1orii iis the guest pff Mrs Ter saHagan Mrs J E Carrico Of Holy Gross visitftdhir daughter Mrs George Clements Sunday NJrs H M Onan an son Will were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Henry Royalty has ac cepted a position inf Lexington Messrs Jess Rapier and John Spalding of Bardstown spent Sunday here Muss Mary Dawson and Mrs walker of Bloomfield were in town Monday Miss Ellen Gregory has returned home after a visit to Mrs West of Louisville John Matiingly of Bardstown spent Thursday here R H Edelen of Louisville was here several days last week tC L Price was in Lebanon orie day last week on business Miss Grace Smith rs has re tnrnel to her her home in Chaplin after being VIrsWF Gngs by s guest for the past week Miss Mildred Spalding has re turned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Miss Eleanor Duncan A R Shultz was in Fairfield one day last W eli Evan Hagin and Louis Kelly were in Leb mon Friday Mrs Leo Haydon and chi then have gone to Bard own to spend several weeks vith her mother Miss Mary Gleasdn is visiting MIs Cooper buoms of Chapin Miss Briggs and Clay Brown of bloomtiela spent Sunday In town d1 rfiMiss Virginia Goodloe isvis iting relatives in Danville Murry Floyd spent rrfesday with relatives in Lebanon t 0 0 Pdce and John Wycofi Of Lebanon opent Sunday in town Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell and Messrs Raji Goodiuand Will Russell spentt Monday at Fred rickstl w n Mr and Mrs Bob Canary arc visiting relations at Texas Mrs J msAl Peterson arid arIXihinV Johnson Mrs Jennie Talbott speU v elneslay In Lebaton aJ Mr Duke Gioodloe hitS refufn ed after a weeks visit to friends in Lancaster 1Mtss Addie Pile who nasbeen sick for he past Week Ms able to- be ut again t Mr L O McCar1iy andjjlss- Evelyu Rpjaltywere in Leb npn Sunday afternoon Mrs W T McjEtroy and Mrs H B McElroy anq daughter Eiizibeth left this morning to visit P a MeEroy aodfamilf atWilliamsbizrgr r IMs Smith Barlow and brother Tom Smith of Bards f tlartl Claybr6oke Fon John W Lewis is in Leitchfield thisweek sitting as GraysntJircuit 6helf the regularl Judg obein ill was unable to servq t InMemoryI Willie V Turner sonQf James i Turner and Henrietta Varnarsdall Turaer was born near Maclville Washington Co July 18 188t di dinT Mack ville April 3 19G9 aged 28 years 9 months and 15 days His mother lied when he was fft years old when be fell iflto the hands of his aunt Kate Peter under whose care be remained 14 years who trained him up to attend Suud YSchol and iji 4ligiouslyf great love andrespect up to bis death He fras married totMiss Bertha Pnillips Nov 1900 to this union Three sweejt little girs were born all of whom surT vivexhim the yqung st being 2 yearsld Be joined the Mejth prpachIng chlistianupto husband and an indu gent faf ther Among naen he jrapidly made many friends and easily li Md them nud as a uergabor he was always friendly kind and rue In his home life he lived fpr his Ipved ones their comfort welfare and happiness He liv ed fn and around Mackvjlle ill aaltonro bust constitution but suffered very much from indigestion and a weak heart espe iallyintht last few months About ten days before hisflea th he was seized withpneumonia and in spite of the skill of his physician and careful nursing he fell a victim to this dreaded disease The funeral services were held at theMethodist Church by Rev R B Baird after which the remains were followed by a large concourse of relatives and friends to the cemetery where they were laid away to await the resurrection morn My the blessings of God be up on the widow and children and his Father who is now 60 years of age Ai FRIEND The Danger Signal A Drama in3 acts Will be presented by Home Talent at Springfield Opera House Monday Night April J2f Seats now on sale attoe Red Cross DrngStoret CAST OF CHARACTERS C1ir1ea Norman Wathen Simms Enfleld alias Williamson 7 Murray Floyd Chester Norman wOlUe Barber Dr Valerian Willie Green Peter BullockA R Shultz Pat Malloney Harry Krecker HandytMary Haydon MotherFor sight Miss IsaCol vin Miss Angle Miss Nannie Simms Norah i raMiss Naomi Rogers Specialties between acts inter spered with Orchestra selections un der the direction of Miss Katie Cain Flowers and PUnU I will be in Springfield county court day with flowers and plantaeGeo R Mattingly You have occasional trouble from indige8 ton such aa sour stomach ielchiug of gas sour risings and week stomach should not dela3 a moment to help the stomach digest the food fOr all these ailments an toying both to yourself and other yLire caused simply by undigested foe n the stomach Kodol for Drape ia and Indigestion taken occastot llly will soon relieve ybX of a11 th Simple stoMach ailments tkat yoi low have bit which may be MO r erions later Try KodolI today an ake lIt on our gairanteeT1 We ruo t will do what we say It will dp i a sojcf by The Red Cross Drug Stor ieIIiilckly to the Influence tDt itAtnPa1n Pills 25 dbw K c U r i- e I THE BIG BSTOEB J I i IIMakesaSpeclaltyol t J t 4f 4II i t Our spring showing of f II Tailored Suits and Separate Skirts V4M Ibe found very pleasing in bo c IIwill Style t and Vaqectt if low ricesare now being Tnadf 5 1r Ladies Lingerie Waists Muslin Uas derwear Silk Petticoats WrajSpers and Klmna I LiltestStyleslnladiesandChildrensFootwear dc I HoJslerv Bagsetc Gloves Neckwear Belts Iland J r II Robertson CIRJbrooke Colt INCOBPOBATED S Ii iS Ie itt t t I Buy Good Confections TMIt tMaL hind to WprMpi i I iowPA3frwpn r f ssIvi the IresasaiJjJ 7 iiFraifsClldiu Ui Cite tJ +4 11 do1rT t FreshBrudBik1DiJyI J tlC F fi tit iiI Atos sfiimmtamwiiarpry i jMurWat aJa I airve J It 1 riciCa Cdk tit lit Mc i t j WurvMlsith + f t odolclhotYILI i lleffeiWsCoR1ectIOoery 2NATITLEPrqL 2 i 1 ri PUMPSr11 IIrumps i I 1Pvmps Pumps4 If you want a good Pump for your IImoneybe sure to call on L j Itk I Hatiett a 1 rioJJt Itii- r They nowhia nw liMd caj MJI 1 them cheap Thy alsoI carryne I s lineof II i 1 Ja HARDWAR f AA- I at mail boxec crow cut awndIIsuch any brand made Fanwrr toolsJ i kinds AlsoI one of the MUin of STOVES ever in th town ofiprl fieldBeurtocaUn pt prices I tWe guarantee our Tin and PlumbiftftW tIandwill riv pomptii I I Batcb tt a l 41 8clNn l Jt Wr i 7 Wru 1 T 1 = THE NEWS L9R T A r I1IIag d2E 1 t ItaI14 Fni d 1Btt1 r 1 itI a I I emt sthiiiyour ora IlJ I II4itou rJd1 rtyosij clwill jortoehiff ri er tour uu ri Joi1tl MQMtoiliy tate 4 IlitjW i ii 1At alt IfoVk c lI ig4awtllbe dlie3tt t cbIut ermant or ttfin t o tor llom eLlI ir itt itI 11ftcM isike h dad ftTfcid into f iliott MM He rtourn y Wa bin- C I r tbei syi it p chr11 Ms l uqknawD whre- Y l tbis2Ecttve redy w used ift irf1Iy 4o UV the Qrkr h4ZibT Mi ach1t1 bh811 your 4- tcant i b Etcb triange oJ Willgf esip11lU1e food juu can Wat l4MT nothing to farment S iJOf arr GIrgs5O cent cue of Ifp li 7Fi rDt yoir t r driiiai r4alf taking today lutd gr tonioiTOwydir Trill ac i jr brig abott your healthy t a4ros StosMcl for you then evythingIt jaffiiwi wttfaomUtW thgbteMI wc1 ooifprtor MMtry and every Twuuei ie f impurity id Ga Ttba4 iiil jpir toachkand iin tiajiiM ig foivg to be carried t iwat without the use of Jlaxa I tifiijod anyv other assistance f G Pt ti41 a 4z Cerreeondence DKht seeerdteg to ptes te tsordr of profresa In the national t caplUl The work of Improving tile I F wittuiIdt7 oc UM blinks of the Por toMe i not going forward in a hap t ha l 4it and mlasfashlon but is proliiiihf along carefmUy tbo l1t out by a comiIiIo ais4gad to te duty by authority of congress Thteccemmte ion had at its chairman Da W H Bumbara of Chicago the etlMr 4Mbe having been Augustus it JGfesdei Ctarleflr McKIm and l ifartcic LaW OI4C1 First tfre- parihaif ai lit rd modqlll 6f the cIty- 4j ail iFextetedlii 1902 they then caused to iLad a model showing the ati ftsjbbofcld be bunt according tq an tINfiu rTh FwtursWashiniten Jt im owepf Ute rooms pf the magnlfl centThb4ary otc ngre may be seen jiW Jlqs of Washington as the com r tlilBfouB it lla 1002 and as they HtHiito iave it appear to the genera tto50ftk future And the plan of the city to coue IIs not merelyl a dVeam J Already tSe work is In band f k v lrnprvrnents Pliprwi fTke Brtllmimary plans for many groups of new public buildings notrt tbly that of the bureau of engraving J and printing on which Is to be ex pendffl 2000000 have also bequ ap pror d Avenues more magnificent V thalfr tbd of which Major rEnfaut 0 ev Jamt d are already in their 1 formative state aiid It will not b many years before tho Inaugural PI rn4es wUf forsake the great thorough tSJ1fof Pennsylvaiiial avenne and pas trot the capitol directly west to Jhe gret monum t along a boulevard tfi 1 llkeQf wuich has not yet been Seen 1ofe RriaM fapub1ieL The trarean of American republics JsI a iftii titutloii supported by twenty 1 UCS of the Amerlans for thr Sfof commerce and trade and l fo c tivattoft oflfepeace aiatl 4i Jrip At he pfsent time if L lioiMed In a building on Pennsylvania K avejwe near the White Hoase butJlt hasjln process of construction ja wjUtc 5jntlle bund ng south of the dorcojant v iralery on the grounds of the L dVan- t Neglplace f jJ l1IiA Historic Mansion 45ff a long time the Van Ness man slM was oae of the historic buildlajiiIt y o 4k cltyltlwaaalltb ore pf tb iC1LVICtI f gOTsA VV T iyA ivl Ene 1 Va Ness Wii mrled lal lums agler 0J lIe lifriM oQe of th ojclginal land hoWers ot tile city Crusty Davie Bwvfe Mrefl In a rude cbtitage iiear thlrlver and cultivated a large plan ta ftn extending oye the spot where tltVyhlte souse now stands The 4 1WIif t his land mhdq him f ky audhis only child 3arc1a kiwwu tile beaut1fulhe1res ott rwas as f W en For some time Burns w11pOed to tii projectansfer afand to tht gQi rni3aatdld the j pgMrticDt and jbouimlssloners had sev qeortYaaswered one of Waskiagtong argu nits by thfai outburst 1 suppose MrWasulngton you think people are i8lig t takeevery grist from you pii gntinjwtwhatweuldjy u iaV SI r bi Jt you hllat arjied tke 1jtJii CHt1s1r 1Jfii1WMow of the White tirl au NfJf it born saKoratrt o IJBS fle7Je HiiiiI pdeat oWsktgton tffDg fj t i t witi Wfebcfij the Wdcgt ttsPi WbMe yrouW never pcradt to v kjfilfcf dwa He became maVor Of f jtty i9jnitit palate brV filbert 1Jl1Thoemeslan erected on tIJiit nMcjihte was one of the finestt i kfJlhfoJ tr helth reitif tilt jrt 1ru4Md pepI fJi Wabnim 1 Opt Rift cmeteiy Van Ness had i 5 Jirf Iiii iaiUatte o t tie tear On esck aiilventary f1 4ksv MkfMkl luut R tlMt hl irpofi of six nrhk l 1I i l6orsll wmtl1 7 ttofJIu stcJ bte- inhoTrflj k t lf nHli bltnojun u Jf tI n 1Cr 4Ltn i r1fLl7 5T- echXoint Terfcon minxmgii that a alw yS a pleasant trip The Washing tB Alexandria and Mount Vernon troUer cars carry s ngers a1long the Tfrtt wood d ilMirei fpf through hit sW iAJexRBAk vititf to an = pf the sitt ledInt t th- e4masi t1ttk hOtie The traIn crowee a bridge which has replaced the famous oiff Long bridgeover which the Union army marched in the sixties 5lvlkge Confedert lIY wtfkez Met Vwn In Spring R a mlstj mild spring day Mount V erMB with its century old trees its IE il gardeusd hedsgpf scv deere prkj m 1uidfel i ed br4 t41ldIag 1ctlk s tTaBtsib ki bea1lIM bat li4 itOOs the laundry the spinning huuso Us kitchen fireplace big enough to 1tI sethlen in standing Pos nltf Its rolilakScres ot velvety lawn reMoi ciitof the estate of an jIliI genan tlmt It malls the deniJenicy of tile man who held it the inure remarlkable It Us not stranger tkat uftef h hidbn 7hii rbrkrrBe Was ctintenjt to tqnwip here and loojk after his broad actee The Mount Ver a n LadfeJi asispciatlo which through Its stfe rg h41ols and cares for Ifie property las forevef removed from the nation the tear that the first ip rsskk ts home would fall Into neg ct and decay ipAnr SCHOFIELD-v tUt ti Gel Unleash thedoggels of baseball The season Ig about to open with the wraal eclat Already tile Baseball re prterte rubbI3hisfacUe fen on the seat of his pantS preparing to grind but something jlke tfils S ilhig Hairy eame to the bat for the local gladiators ewasa good graiter and fo three count rXeltL 5r2aHky Jira who was handling tile damp spheroid for the opposing nine superstructuretbis merriness Smlfer pressed against the UtIle comforter for a one sacker out into tight triipk farm Smiling Harry tarried not Jong on the initial sack but when Lanky Jim was not sitting up and taking notice immedi ately drug Ills anchor toward the see ond depot which hi larcenled In safety Tb lort one showed symptpms of fakiifg on a skypUot at this time and Lonesome r1h11 flien 3t batter reach edtfie fiit oasis via the charity route However his narrow lankshlps took a caucus with himself and Handsome Ike whiffed the Ozone the understudy for the Singer building occupying the box for the visitors putting Ike to sleep with three oT his fadeaway dr9 1l1i ea e Smiling Harry and Lonesome Jim performed a twjn pilfer and were safely occupying second and third refuge when the smoke cleared away Dank tbei3ito put a fly In Lanky JInfs ointment by aeroplariing to the j midway plaisauce Srnilipg Harry amIJitngon to the lowly thatched cottage on the put tl d k j Si t Jta Reason UI see the empire styles in dress will be the rule for the spring ThaVs the force of habit Habltr XeaT iryou notice Vomeri are al way8geiting back to the empire style itrmtchesBo well with their love of ruling Baltimore American Progress Hj W Is your bpy getting op at school 1 FirstTateN nsw red Fnfnier Com tosselIICSgoln to be a groat help on tbe farm He knows the botanical nameVfof jbageSanhbeansnlreadY an all he has to do now is to learn to raise em Washlngtpn Star folIn 1920 Jeakop died while under the Influ enceoUiquor VlTbo bad He was an aeronaut of considerable ability Trueij But last night he mistook a chimney for a hitching post and when the furnace started up this mbrnmg he waasuffocadPuck Joys of Being Rich Oh mammal Dont you wish you was ricbaneouJd afford to hire a ihant to break your dishesp f i Cure Worse 1 Than the Disease According to thls magazine said Mrs Bffflngham sliced onions scat tered alJQutq room will absorb the odor of fresh paint I guess thatsrlght rejoined Bit flngharSc ptewKe aSo t at broken nipinnlpfcatilrrhI s L 1 IStopPain I ONE 8 i 1i Lof 1DCUuac TabletS and r Pun iGone HEADACHE NEURALGIA Dr AstM PziPwtsIarswseI edbyasterMd rkevl ssd aU Md evtryl siiwersr HeflryCeomr IMTfiARaeP III RHEUMATISM I Mif SCIATICA 25IDae25 cehk I yon DrM itt 3 I I SEASON 1909 A THE ENGUH IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION Glassmora Prince No 10013 E HSaB J knowri pfj one ore Ky Glassmoor PrincetiJ oMINo 310012 ij H S B v 5 SSire Copaldfer Bonny Gabriel I No 8105 he is by Stow Gabriel 5416 Dam Glassmore Sue 18821 by Accident 2d 4103 DESCRIPTION Foaled 1904 Isa beautiful black lIS hands 3 inches earIlimbs This horse has extremely hijrh all around action folds his knees and jworks his shoulders with lots ot speed He is closely related to the gredtshow mare Hildred ownedby Mis Bedford of Getanecticut and bis sire Copalder Bonny Gabriel sold for8000 GLASSMORE PRINCE has already proven tobe a great show horse winning first at Iowa and Illinois State Fairs Chicago and Terre Haute Horse Shows in 1907 He comes from a chestnut family and his colts are good coloredthink they will be mostly bays and sorrels Fee S25 to Insure a Living CoJtI lED REX No 3147 Sire Rex Peavine No 1776 he by Rex Mctonald 833 he by Rex Den mark 8401st dam Nancy by Kentucky Chief he by Indian Chief 2nd dm by Gray Eagle he by American Eagle 3rd day by Dotys Gray Eagle 4tn dam by Kavanaughs Gray Eagle DESCnIPTIONFoaled 1903 A beautiful chestnut sorrel 19 hands high with two white stockings Be has a very fine head and neck good shortback extra bone and muscle and his head and tail style is great He can rack very fast is very distinct in his trot and tan step a forty gait with all the grace and action one could wish and is goodat the canter QPuttheRex Peavine the sire of this horse can no doubt say something that no other horse iving can He had to his credit last year Edna Mae the cham pion fivegaited mare defeatingnot only mares but mares stallions and geldings and she sold for 4000 Also Queen o the May the champi n walk trot mare of the wtrld defeating Poetry of Motion for the Throne and sold for 5000 Mat Cohens whole string of show horses this year are all Rex Peaymels and he is the greatestsaddle horseman in the State Al though Red Rexs colts are yournr they are commanding high pricesPo Look at him and look at his breeding add be convinced that he iit the best in the land Fee 20 To Insure a Living Colt I LEXINGTON PRINCE Sire Red Prince he by 2nd Jewel hebv2dJeweJ he rbY JEwel be by Washington Denmark 1st dam by Von Moltke he by Capbells Lexington 2nd dam ThOroughbredniare tracidg to old Lexington DESCRIPTION Foaled 1902 A beautiful chestnut sorrel 153 hands high with two stockings and snip in face He has a good back extra bone and muscle and his head and tail can not be excelled He is a halfbrother to the great show horse Thornton Star His colts are showing up good FeelO To Insure a LivingColtJ 7 Our Buick Jack 1Yill1taidat 10 to insure Ling Colt A This jack has white pQints and is an extra good one 0We take pleasure in offering the services of these fine young stallions believing they wilt produce a class os horses that is sought by the eastern trade at the most remunerative prices to the breeder We ask you to inspect them before booking your inares Mares traded or parted with forfeits Insure and money becomes due at time ot such transadtiori Lien retained on colt until season is paid Mares from a distance gtazed kt reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive Our personal atttntion but not responsible for accidents or escapes C7BoJiOn LebanonKy i Chestnut Dare NO 3290 Foaled 19OO This horse again showed his superiority over other Stallions last year in his own class and m sweepstake classes deteating all the prominent Stallions in the ad joinibg counties One of his winnings was 100 sweep stalke defeating eight entries of first class horses He arid his colts also won the herd ring Its becoming to repeat that not one of his colts of five seasons staleIever been defeated by the colts of any horse farmed in county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by some to be the best in the eState have been hown but not one of these have ever won a tie blue or red All familiar with his braeding know he hits more high priced colts already tq his credit than any horse now in countyand set a young horse Chastnut Dare cpm bines the blood of ttie Chester Dar sand Thief families He is sired by Chester 10 Isr dam by Bed Chief 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Drinkers Drennon Noble Denmark No 2640 This handsome and handspmely bred colt will serve a limited number of mares att20 To Insure a Living C 1trUfa is sired by the great shqhorue and breeder Highland Denmark 1st dam StatEair winnerby the cham pionship saddle horse Thprnton otar 2d lam by the show stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of a Mntrose mare provinghimselfyearling He has great action for a youngster a good step and the making of a gseat saddle stallion Consid ering the breeding qualities of both of his sire and dam and his own fiinsh and conformation he is sure torank among the best as a sire lBoylI i a horse of iigood conformation large flat bone and one of the hack e ney type He ife 5 years old and his first colts are all good He is sired by Old county Member 1st dam by Von Moltke 2d dam by Varick He will make the season At 10 To IInsure a Living Colt I again thank the breeders for their lpatronage and ask for acontinuous of same of same in this and adjoin ing cunties Mares pastured at 150 per month Mares bred to either stallions or JacKs when traded off or parted with the season is positively due and must be settled BB Leachman i BFD3 Springfiel KyI The ipame of Mosaic number1Eahpaperindb Intbeperson must write fain down In the sanS Order Then each one must write a little story or paragraph using these words In that order f dimrchltwltbluItaeasier by allowing the players to in trbduce the words Inany order they please r I IGamet of Malt Mirror This Is a catchgame Two people- must understand how lt Is played One f isfknow how to play look I tot mirror The absent ane is recalled and J ylook Ing into thf mirror can fell who looked Into It while she was out Here Is the catch The one who Is aiding her takes as nearly as possible oartlcu tj run nt nuitu Ute pSirill IIlEelOlIIIallvely few over catch on to this game The Professors Money Professor Cipher says he has 10S coins In hl pocket ami that tthey con slat entirely of dimes and cents What Is the total amount You might think this Is Impossible to solve but Jt Isnt The answer Is 432 and no other sutn nfctblrtyslxProve this and satisfy yourself y Riddle And Answer J How can you make a Maltese cross with less than twelve unbent hud un Iroken matches AnswerBy striking only one match and dropping Iton his bflck If the first falls try another ot to gutshlne but to shine upon his HPlprliburs the successful Pi mlItiu Towne Your 1 Passing I Shadow 1 I J24 L j Women Irooble a cloud ovec their Irm vfaici MeKmiy W piitI r Make yows into a passing shadow by taking a mdiclas at acli dsty tf1POmaIiyC9Mi iWifc which hu caused your iromanly trouble ThSTig4It rmdylor you irista yaflm kMtWbb backacb nervouai apeHs dragging palna Irrefulw ftnctlontv e4c i r i j i Wine ofCariit r JMrs R r 4adoctoI I ktiMKitttilt veMveed aai mbetter than 20 years Soldby all reliable lfgglstSlnl00bowTrylt WRITE tic A LCTIERWitetieyforafrreCOllYI fralaaMeM Hk1irWim aNd Msmc UJ n i i aJ t 901J1 lIErV liftIJOI SO 1ltL OF Tiiz COMMERCWfL BMIONES INcLU19lN rcLE lMAWY A1tE laSm REAUTIFUL LESSORS IN OXKEEPING BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITI J ttWRIT NowrADDRBSs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BcLL t tt Red Bird Stock Farm To stockmen of Washington and adjoining counties Redird StockFarm or better known as the Jim Mc Elroy farm 12 mile from Fair Ground on Barstown pike We wllloffer at your serviges the best line of stock that be bad We have vorke4to get the best bred ones that can had Everyone are registered and have the papers tin them aII shouldnt you all patronize them It is for you good We the best We bfler this season RedBird the greatest saddle horse as great a breeder in the state will be limited to 25 imares and positively no more Undeu no clrcum stances All have good mares and want to breed RED BIRD look I them at once We are going tojtand Jim at bo to insure a liv ing cOlt to stand up and sucK J You may think that hbt is not because you who have good mares stand so ranch better chance because they will do- awaywith common mares Mr Pembleton of Elizabetbtown he best saddle horse judge in the stat tjold ue last fall that REO BIRD was the best breeder in his knowledge said he soon have a colt by him as BurburgTKing that stood at 60 last year perhaps r af76 this season Wpy getlemen think ofit the great blood of what a rep he has that is with 3OSR B has the high st price prictsIMoko Pearlf by Moko the great trotting horsehas a mark of 228 12and1as been a mile in 2 18 a beautiful bay 2 whit feet andbehiAd a star He is Its eands high Bouncing Cohnaught t Bouncing Cannaught imported English Haclheja bfaJtifu Ichestnut sorrel three white feet and a snip as fine an attoras your eyes ever cast upon goes high and fast Season 20 Be sure and see him He Is a great horse Nelson II i JJelson II imported German coach 16 hands high weighs about 1400 lbs with good action and steps good just the kind forearm tuaresandmule mares Season Bill Goebel H Bill Goebel the peat mule Jack he needs no explanation be all know hun and have heard ofhim as being a breeder cauqelou It muJss best coloron earth several of his colts 1asrf- all selling from BUS to 150 A 2year old selling at Thurmans sale 297 12 Stonewall IWe have bought haVe bought half interest lIt Stonewall or better known ns Shelby Jack it Is needless for me to jtry to tell you anything about him for you know his as wl1 as I You have- heard Qf the 100 mules sold by hint Gentlemen Ian say with safety and am sure that you all will back me up that we have two of the best breeding Jacks the country I notice when weaning time come best mule men of other countries as well as our flock to old Washington for good mules Jacks will stand at 8 for horse mule 810 for Jennetts Stonewall is quite a good Jennett Ja kiWill be glad to show you our stock any tijne you come and be glad to have you I Bills be out by April 1st thanking you fill for last years patronage and hoping iIt will continue and that will increase Refmainiug yours Respct L HL D BAKERJ t SAN B EMIr j jTriaI2tE I IIHalf prbther to Needle Con nor trial 209 Trotter brown stallion about 15f hands oaled 1903 Son Mateo 212551 Record213 of 22 includ ISreMay Earl 2101 7 210 and IAbe Kadvt21l- r l Jennie L tr 2J5- DamofNeddie13on1 i nor tr 209 Sifter fr SanI San Breaker tr 216 and sister to Bassilea 2271 throw as order of k t In i hl 15 at i in Simmons 2744 IRetord 22g 138 dams Of 62 Moonstone 228 Dam of 4 NutbreaKcr 1Record2952 ISire of etc Nutbearer dams of Cor 2 OS4 etc Vlctopla Blsmark Dam of Bassilea 227il and Rescue 227K George Wilkes I9 222 I Sire of 83 dams of JOg Black Jane by ambrino Patchen 58 Dam of Rosa Wilkes 218X etc Sultan 1513 224 Sire of sri dams of 60 GeorgeWilkes Dam of MinnieiSlm mons 212 Nutwoodr 600I i r l320IBonnydeen Great broodmare Victor Bismark 326 Sire of 31 dams of 29 Flash by McDonaldsl Mambrino Chief SAN MATEO 21265 record 4 213tf sire of 22 including May Earl 2l04 SaityReel2181 etc son of Simaions 228 and Aioonistone 228J dam of 4 by Sultan 2 24 second dam Montana Maid dam of Minnie Simmont 212i etc by Gedrgc Wilkes 519 JRNKTP L dam of TJpflHlp flnnnor trial 2 fO for whichi2OO wnl refused proddcedRRogerWilUamsJr 214 and 24 others and the dam of Dulce Cot 208 ctc IHar Brook Currys Statement About fhi Horse c t goodgaIteddispositionlnacontrolled perfect manners and a nice smooth pliable horse in evert way Curryttalnedcould havo driven him in 212 He loves company and I regard him as game a trackSanpringfie1dFair20 To Insure a LiYiDg Colt I am also prepared to handle horses Rates reasonable Your patronage solicited BOHON LUCAS fQLEIfOftEYAKDTAB DtWITTS AROLIZED WITCMMAZEl SAL Iiiis CdiPriaiiti or rUM UrEOI Sot a I t Eat What A j You want ofthe fepd t qUf t rJfi1i I1J K04Q1Wffiget ifc J You need a efficient amount of rood wholesome food and more than this you need to fully digest it Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach If it Is weak 6 You must eat In orfer to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a sumo ient 1oUIitoffood regularly But this food must no digested and it mustbe digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stomach The proper way to do Is to eat what you want and fet Eddol di gest the food Nothing else can do thIWhet the stomach is weak it needs help- you andKodolwIUdothaU must help it by fiing it res It is do moment youre done is the New Wick Blue Flame Oil heat of with comfort even days The v eGoto your drufftet Wtef nurchaae aidoB bqtttti lXjv can hoaestly my that ya AIr receive any bendts frost tt attic using the entirtlJettk the thvg gist monif U yoa without queiUoa or delay WewDprUisragg1Ukpiiss the botUs Thti offer ap8s to the kuFfe 14 bottle only and to but OM teii family S- cwe anofferbwhatXodol wiU It would bankrupt Thedollarbottlecoeitslastls M lauck as ttie tfty 1t Kodol is maaeJattb of E 0 DeWJtt f tSOLD BY RBD STOREi 7 hpuWtiwllI j 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