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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 15, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 new1909041501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 15, 1909. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Conimonwealth At t rafr Ro1tANoeCCrk LGLe ackQfti Master Comimis I QUARTERV XOURT Qmarterlj Cbort is held on the thiro k4isitd4 in eajti month 1I rtft Tadge QUNTY OUROV i o5tyCuttt meet on Ibe fourth 4LLoday ia ecn miwith BI iIitsey Judge f WTi Booker QJtyCleJkI r IJaj j County Attorney 1 GeKcepatlettJiter1 fhimty OAourme Bneriff rlaCHti1j DicklikJim t B rWrtEddkmnj Bepatiw WMiftcs Jam lfMoorc County Sttryeyo Sr P Q BJran Assessor W4i1 XtIII Depttty SZo1rt IreaserW SS J ICIJIVIO i j W BfA Supt of Comm- oty5OiPcQ spi gfitii va iciiiy COURT f lJiX1i Police Tudg i Gracel1tbrshal tJ f J Grigsbj City ttorner srLJUTICEdOtThTVf C jt1cjCowttsaXehe1d inJaflUX- tr Iy24rit ari O tQborw r G1iUrh iMrcctory IiETR DIST CHURCH VS dSKing Pastor SerReYr- q vIceeVerYSUUdaYLLafl and pm t kin xSckPpleyery Sunday allOam Prayer mte ing eJery Wednesday aLkt SVf it f QhTHOLIC CIHIRCH iter PT Bennessa Pastor Sej Tcry indayvat 8 and 10 oclocV Ism Servicest at St Rose samejiour 1 VVpFsBYERIM CHURCH jfcVr P E C Lawson Pdstbrj chJnjceV8ry Sunday at 11 jarnf ad ajpiii Sunday 8ehoor very aEd T t 10 an3 PVIeelh foy ry ThriiuV ocning at7 c BAPTIST CHURCH 4 i Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor Preacbingcvery Sunday at 1 an aller 7j4i5 pm Sunday School even M dayat93O a m Prayer meetinp ikrTesdavevcning at 743oc1oc wt HIUSTIAN CHtTICH f XivWFWoIf Pastor r 5ces hfst anaf oiirth Sunday Sunda t n VtVVVV-Order f yAjiASOWIC Cjbpcs Spritigileia lodgi 10 50 meets first and third Monda eack apnth fl Washtmjtott tA Chapter No 5 5 Vets every BecondfTuesday t SprinjEfiel Coonkl iJoS2 mecttoi 4 IcfTtoatttiMoiJtlay K wiGKTS OfTgE NCAEESMeCtrj i ttOA i cacbmj FOlEV Ji f i I S 1 HONEYiiuTAliii jLADTIVC c ithhremndu c Jfor coHt colds r coat and litn 3 trMbk JO optMte Nonico1io1i c i 1 fS7bSJ 044 everywheri 4 I The tntrin lTS OIEYndTARis- Uwscbaije411 iestbsttit- ePrar d fyby fgtoy A Company Chto go I dpA s I OBSERVATIONSS I SCHOOL TAX LEVIED The Fjscal Court at its April terni voted at4xof 15 cents on each one hundred dollars of as sessed valuation of taxable property in Washington county and a poll tax of fifty cents for school purposest This is the first time the Fiscall Court has been called upon to act under the new school lawr The law makes iic the duty of the sheriff to collect this tax asother state antt county taxes are cbllected When collectedthe money is to be turnedt over to the County Sjuperijntendent who is icjx offi cio treasurer of the county board of education to be pxpend ed by the board in the building improvement and equipment of houses for the purchase and condemnation of necessary real estate for the payment 0f teachers purchasing tiecessary sup plies and the extension of the school term in the various sub districts throughout the county as in their judgment as a coun ty board theneeds of tne indi vidual schools for white and colored pupils demand U This tax will pace a large fund at the disposal of the coun ty board so that considerable improvement in our schoolsl CRU reasonably be expected The schooihouses in many of the districts are in a very dilapidat ed condition and badly in need of r p irrhlsis one particu tar in which the law works some bardshipas it makes the district that has its buildings in re pair and is supplied with neces saryfurniture pay in taxes for furnishing supplies to thescbj ol district where the patrons have been inattentive to their duty in keeping their schoolhouses in proper repair But be this as it injjiyjjiny move made in re og ltition of the factXhatour schools need improving will be welcom edVby the people of Kentucky VThe main cause however qf the illiteracy in Kentucky is Hn tihe fauLt of parents in pot see ing that their children attend ichool for the buildings might b e as fine as money could build and their furnishings equally as good the teacUers the most learned in the land yet all would avail nothing if the chil dren did not attend The educational board seems to have its work well in band and that under their able management the condition of our schools will be ameliorated is a matter that does not admit of doubt 1t tEASTER SERVICES Last Sun day being Easter Sunday was celebrated throughout all Chris tian lands iin commeration the S tviours Resurrection A solemn high mass was sung at 1030 a m at St Rose The altar was beautifully decorated Tue choir under the able direc tion of Miss Katie Cain sang Millards Mass in B flat Each member of the choir entered in tothe wo k with zeal and every one Jeseryes a special mention for the manner in wtifcb they executed their respective parts in addition to the regular mem ber the choir was assisted 03 Miss Mary Hay den and Mr tarry Krecker whose singing received much prais At StDomiuics aThh Mass was sung by Rev PF Hennes sy at 10 oclock The choir un ler Mrs jodle Spaldingren- dered tMillards Mass in Go ThE Mass1was well rendered anc speaKs highly for thp choirs J well as for the excellent direc fion of Mrs IS palding Thepeo pIeV were glad to recognize th voice of Miss Lou Booker former member of theVChOII The altar was proiusely decor ed with flowers II tAU the Protestant churche I had services responsive to th I Eastertide spirits and specji music was rendered byjith choirs in the churches in Spring fidd appropriate to the occasioi r If you have bachache and urinal I troubles you should take Folej Kidney Remedy to strengthen at u build up the kidneys ea they will a ropelry as a seriOus kikney troub may develop Spld by Haydon ai Kobertjon Wants the Residence E N Hundley has instItuted suit in the circuitcourt to require George R Burks to execute a deed to the residence property on Tihst Main street which plain tiff purchased from defendant Qn March 20 1909 At the time of th salefMarch 20 the defendeut and his wife entered into a written agreei meut by the terms of which iheyj were to execute on March 30 1909 a deed to the property in consideration of 11000 five thousand of which was to be paid in cash On March SO the plaintiff skedIor the deed in aftsordance with he written contract atthe time tendering the defendant 5000 in cash and the baladce in lien notes The def ndant refused the money and declined to execute thedeedand accordmg the petition still reustts to conaply with the con tract which was written by the defeudant aud signed by himself and wife The contra t was al so signed by plaintiff and his wife The plaintiff seeks to have the defendant comply with tilE contract by executing afletd to the properVLebanon En terprise VSwept OvcrNIaira This terrible calamity n1iap pens because a careless boatman ig nores the rivers warningsgrowinj Naturrswarningsare ache in the back warna you tbe Kid neys need attention if you would ei cape fatal maladies Dropsy Dia betes or Brights disease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backach fly and all your best feelings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back oneSliQO bottle wholly c retne writes JV R Blankenahip of Belk Tenn Only SOcat Haydon Robert sonl SV mmissinnersS I 5 Johnfe Gorden Admr bfiWW Hill etc f 5Puffs In Equityvs Austin Hill et al Dfts Byvirtue of Judgment andorder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered in the abovestyled cause at the February term 1909 of said court I will offer for sale at tme Court Housedoor in Springfield Ky MONDAY APRIL 26 1909 At 2 oclock pmJ or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of and 12 months the following described property towit Two certain trdcts or parcels of land lying and being in Wash ington County Ky upon the waters of Chaplin River and bounded as follows Tract No 1 beginning at a corner to JOhn WV Bird Samuel Mattingly and Caroline Murphy thence pith the Caroline Murphy line to Josh Birdline thence with the Josh Bird line to Samuel Mat tinglylinf thence with Samuel Mattingly line to the beginning containing 15 acres more or less Tract No 2 adjoining tract itfb 1 and buuhded as fol lows On the nurth by the lands of Preston Prather on the East by the lands of Robert Thompson on the yWest by the lands ofJhn W Bird andJ A Breeding containing 20 acres more less Said tracts will be sold separately Fpr the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must txecutt bonds bearing lega interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these termsIIM G LEACH MAN M C W C C One Quarter round WoIi at leas vjs what a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours lJ r not theres something wrong with iti digestion Give it McGees Bib Elixir and it will begin gaining a once Cures stomach and bve troubles aids digestion stops fret fulness goods fbt teeming babici Price 25 and SOc old by Red Cfos thug Store i it s A Temporary Quarantine For the firsttime iin the hs e tory of Marion county a tempo l a axy quarantine against gh nde was established Wednesday o i the farm oMr HUla d Chris fie in the neighborhood of Per S bkVe For ometinie past a portion c Mr Christies horses and mule have been suffering with a Sl nuns malady which two veler narians one from jSpringtiel arid one from Perry villelreate- i Ii at different times but said tl s stock was not an icte4 wit J glanders This condition bi l ugratharofa private natur id excited no alarm until Monda when a member Of the count Bo rdof Health directed that a mule owned by One Veatch be killed giving as his reason that the animall had land rsAfew weeks previous to this another mule belonging to Mr Veatch had died ofdisease the symptom5 of which were very similar to the symptoms- of the mile which this member ofthe County Board of Health directed killed These mules had been purchased of Mr Bar land Ghrisiie This circum tance along with other reports that came to the Board of Health excited alarm and caused a rigid investigation ot the condUion of Mr Christies suffering stock to be made On Wednesday Dr Eisemao the State Veterinarian unfertile tate Board of Health came to this ity and accompanied by Drs Kobert and McChord members of the County Board of Health dfoye to Mr Christies farm and examined the sick stock Kjeturnipg to Lebanon he went before the Fiscal court then in session and stated that be found one mule among Mr affiiCtedliwith the same disease Dr Eiseman directed a temporary quarantine of Mr Ghristes stock and explain the usual course in matters of the kind County Attorney Spalding read the law applica tile to the case which directsI that every animal sufferi glanders be kiiled ndIts re mainsdisposed of iu sucha man ner to prevent further spread of the disease and that all stock with doubtful symptoms or that might possibly have come in contact wLh the diseased be isolated apd quarantined until they had i nnergone the test thai proved beyond douot they were not all cted with this ter rible disease The test is known as the malin treatment which is similar to Vaccination to prevent sraallpox amonj the human fami lYeThis treatment does not prevent the disease it simply develbps unmistdkabe symptoms if the hrsehas the malady Mr Christie has about sixty he dot horses muler Jaclts and jennet on his farm which will be required to undergo this ma line treatment Dr Eiseman has kindly volunteered to do hs utmost to have the Rational Agricultural Deparlment at Washington send a Fedural vet erinarian here to tiive the ma line treatment to Mr Christies stockl and to supervise the quarantine until all symptoms ifthe disease have disappeared Mr Christie promptly killed the diseased mule Wednesday evening and sji1l cooperate in everyway with the authorities to effect the rapid stamping out of the disease Glanders according to Web ster is a highly Contagious arid very destructive disease of horses mules etc oharacter ized by a constant charge ol sticky matter from the nose and an enlargement and induratioii of the glands oen ath and with iin the lower jaw It may r be transmitted to dogs goats sheep and to human beings The diseasejs known as fane ol the most destructive and the most rigid laws have been enacted concerning it Any opposi tion to the proper authorities l I would invite Scai 1e and Nationa quarantine wnich woiTld seriously effect and cripple sales oJ t all kinds of stock subject to thE disease Owners of such dis eased stock are also liable tc s heavy tines if they shouVl4rctus- to take proper steps to stamj out the disease i IIW know of nothing better foout burns bruised scratches or tn faC anything where salve i nec cd thai- S DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hcz 0 Salve It is especially good fo plIesLWO sell and recommend it Sold by the Rd Croes Drogfstore GETSi YEARS rt Former President of Owens boro Bank Given Term Vfl Prison t Hawesville Ky April Afttr ihirty minutes delbera tion this morning heJuryl- nff vensb ro bank case found ttie defendant Jmes JL Pa- riishgujltyas cLjtrgedin the indictment and fixed his punish tnentatfive years confinement- in the penitentiary The verdict was retuirried at jnoston the anniversary of the failure of the 6vvenboro Savings Bpnk and Trust Company This wa the second trial pi the case tim former trial rcrsult ing in a hung jjury Parish was one of the leading citizens of OwOnsborc1fOmI neht churchman and interested in many of the business enter prises in his cityVThe ftilureof the bank startled the citizens of the Davies county capital though those who were conversant with bank lug affairs were of the opinion that the institution was in a shaky condition The indintment on which Par rish wastried charged him wth receiving deposits after he psdlventIbead and s cured a change of venue to Hancock county Judge Kelly of Bardstown being appointed Special ud e to try t- he1aseA BabyVThow iin Spring field would have jnany contestants but iits safe to say that the healthiest ba- li s would win the prize No baby can be healthy WhoP suffers from vorms and most babies do and unless t1tey are kept free from them with Whites Creatn ermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own pur gative Mothers dent attempt to rasa children withoutWhit sCrcam Vermlfune Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Crop Report Frankfort KyThe initial crop report for the 1909 season has been issued from the State- Dparmentof Agriculture ond covers conditions of the1 growing crops from county correspond ents arranged JL the crop divisions mapped out by the de partment VStte Commissioner Rankin has a correspondent in every county in Kentucky and will make the monthly reports of his departmentas complete as it is I Possible to maka them The April report xpfains that the percentage given for corn and tobacco acreage are prospective The prospect is for the largest tobacco crop in many years for both burley and dark and ar average corn crop will be plant goodlcondftion last year but with favorable weather it will make a fair Uld Live stock have wintered well and the prices orall arc fairly good horses and mule highfcreingr 5i41ha percentages for fruits arE- based on tthe present outlool tj and the present prospects is lot II a good pr ach crop The acreage for wheat in thi l State at large iiS placed at 87 prospective acreage of corn 99 acreage of oats 70i lark tobacco prospective acrwage 99 burle t prospective acreage 88 ry acreage 88 barley 65M5 pota toes prospective acreage 93 frui general condition 70 th general condition of livestock i place at 93 tVyOR SALE A good strain 0 Runnerduck eggs 15 j for 15 or 30 for 225 MRS T WJLLIE SIMMS Does not Color the Hair AVERS MABR VIGOR I Stops falling Hair An Efesent pfr sslns a Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Grow Composed of Sulphur Glycerin Qulnin Sodium Chtorl Capsicum gJtAtcoho1 te Water Perfume Ask your doctor his opinion pf such a hair preparation h AYES ABR VIGORV e Does riot CToBor the Iai1 ATEJ VVTVV y I 5SS VS May Mucic Festivall One yf t handsomest t piscei of printing from a uurely me chanical standpoint that have been seen lately is the prospect us of the May Music Festival to beheld in Louisville May f5 7 justIt India tinted paper vith Egyp tian ink It is illustrated with cuts off the soloists who at4to take part and gives full infor mation concerning the great mu sical event Announcement is made for tb first time of the program ar rangem nt of the festival There viII be five concers Thursday Friday and Saturday evening May 6 7 and 8 and Friday and Saturday afternoons being the dates for thp performances The opening event is called Itajjah Opera Night when Verdi Aida wlllbe sung The fol lowing afternoon a Symphony Concert will be given and E parb great Symphony in E Flat will be played That eve ning is Popular Night and tO big choral works The Pied Piper of flamelm and TdP Death of Minnehaha will be sung Saturday afternoon a Children Concert will be given ad Saturday evening Farewell Night will be givpn up largely to Mme Olive Fremstad tbe great soprano of the Metropoli triO Opera Qomp my An exceptionally large edition of the prospectus has been print ed and copies may be had on applicationTp Secretary Andrew Broaddus Oolumbia Building Louisville Ky t EmnRT AiTtJiNcifies Sa that ontdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats al very well but howCan people witb rheumatism follow that advice The answer la very simpleuse Ballafds Snqw Linlmentand the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry asacqlt Gh 8 T tr ctpf 1Ie1i f from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold by tbe lCd CrosiiDruff Stoic Eating Up the Grass t In a moithtbere tviU be plen ty of grass iii the pasture fields of the cornbelt for all sorts of stock As a consequence many farmers are in the market for some sort of stock to eat it Time out of mind the rush to buy thin steers has reached a climax about this time of the year with the resuJt usuall thatprices have been forced upward sometimes to a point which preclude profit There is an old proverb about haste making waste and many a time it has been applicable to the situation inherent in the up springing of gras Too often the farmer has considered iip the part of wisdom to wait until the verv last mirfute before placing his order for Stockets or feed ers Pals has bunched up the demand into a few weeks and the people with such animals tc vend haVe naturally enough ta ken advantage of the situation toeiactja not inconsiderable ton This policy of waiting ltill grass Is about ready for stock tc live on has beep defended on the ground that if it doescost a lit tie more the added item of ex r penditure will Mbe counterbal anced by the sav ng effected b3 anot carrying the stock through r period of handfeeding Proba bly a good case may be madt out tor this contention froo the standpontpf the initial investment a but how abut tbe re turns accruing later Uertaii it is that when mahy are clamoring a for a share pt the available S supply someone must pu up with the short end Tber are few enough good stocker Iff and feeders on the market atal o limesibut when every bod wants them someone is bound ti be disappointed Then come the stern alternative of feettin something to eat up the gas Necessity compels the purphas 4of whatever is on sale at tli Vtime and that is quite ganerall far from good Farmers Ati have pastures wotildLbe foolis to lettile graSSgOXWaste btJ loDy of them get maxunu rS I gn their grazing TftWhile passing ovi the item ofinitial expense iii curred by filing until tl la V14INLVPOWDfJT- he i most hihty refioed ax1 rwtoul of Bakrn ponders IsieJI-n almost every American KounUid its sales all over the worUrattett ks wonderful populaxir aad wc uioe minute to purchase cattle for aumtner grazing it would seem thattheremedy Men inthaking a selection lluJiirin the year when the clamor for thin steers was not so loud and insistent summer feeding of corn ion grits has become deservedly populai tnd will become wore So as the vearapass Best returns in neerm kin are always obtained from feeding the bfst cl ssfcattle Itiis admitted that the supply of well bred thin steers uff the right beefftyPf is made quat to met the domno Tho laWmen who understand the situ ion ae forehanded in supply inu their needs leaving the oth ers to divide wriat is left It may sifely ba assumed that there will always be a certain contirgentwhjchviU not buy until the grass is fairly in sight Phis assumption makes uiore 1ptain the path of the man who would get the maximam return from his pastures vAnd then how ab6ut using ttie graSSto grow young horses Judiciously grazed and feel alight ration of grain yearling and twoyearold colts will ren der splendid a return asrent for he tieldSiin which they jrnn The Breeders Gazette DtIlh itllitb lr ijm would be benefited by taking FOlftv Kidney Remedy It furnishpa at necdsd tonic o the kidneys after th extra strain5of winter and it purl fies the blood by stimulating1 the kidneys and causing them to emulate the impurities from it FoleyS Kid ney Remedy Jmparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take Sold by Haydon andvRobertaon NoticeH Kauffraan MOyer Afnqld Enterprise buggies for sale They stand Jar all that can b asked for in the buggy line Mo rul wagons Disk Harrow Corn Planters Tobacco SetteiadcFthe American Field Fences the best Geld fence ch the market inn tizes from the 55 inch face maifr tin No 7 top and bottom and No 9 intermedia wire and stage in- the 26 inch hog fence and be best poultry fence on the market at 40 vents per rod A C KIMBALL Mr F G Fritts Qneontm t N vritesMy little girl was grwrtl benefitted by taking Foleya Orln Laxatiye arid I think jtts the bert- remedy for constipation and live trouble Foleys Orino Laxative ii best forwomenand children asltiis mild pleasant and effective and 1sa splendid spring m dicIQeas it cleanses the system and clears th complexion Sold by Haydon and RobertSonf rr Notice f L LAll persons having claim against the estate of RE Whayne deceased will present sam properly proven on or be fire July 1st 1909 to the tinder signed or to WV DOlay brooke AH persons knowing themse1ve indeoted to the estate are re quested to settle promptly R BT Lan ford Executort Foleyi Honey and Jat Is a safe guard agaln8t serious resuls frog 1aprlng colds which Inflame t1u- iunga and dyelep Into pneuonla Avoid couutertS by inslatIsgt having the genuine Foley1Eo anTarVwhlCh t contains nr narlad- lttga VForSaje or Rem j A good seven ropiawMllsi 9 on Grundy avenue fpf ri bor for sale It Water in house gob4 gtrde- li outbuildings APPlY to- TD TAP JURORS WHO 5 PARDOIPE1lr tVNew Cds C Twtosy IieJji ilo FrattkprtCYJkpril 7 icGoy Wil ba today MM d MM ti folowioif rake CI jartt HM cotsklerjtioi opr NaLtionsi In view of the mmlMr o iimpliostions forparoe Wbt p pIt nra are rfMMlt4 Psri Iic poting to be Mf iyleoedto have beN jrn who t tl fobndthepplkaatgijjytrial jurors Were on duty aMtor sb 1V rwhich the jurori repasibM M tl j jiniHy in owlciBgf prac and becuseteriadagrVja sell L cases that the jurors 51lS l sewed as roinr j iaef I par Jon and beiVdaig JJl stek c ibM JC Si bat the jurors ay aoi bss signedtbpera rMimtl reidyaadefortbjVj or Jnot to siD or MMU wa theydor iigjaJfWbea under the nwtrait t o W duty uttdtroitti ib HarW Mbjectadj LOz illljn1 VaptIIsW Iostr ar 1rsugg Uo4is aM the game ciretaerules ol yWtI p SqcedwrthuggiotV i appealsl which foywa wt trial and are ofleil to ife ata em ntc prtparei bf intevwi ed partis aSj1 freiwonsj and becMM fl Iting audh alleged Mff srsuch petitloM exposes ttn Otw ernor lo molia 4 law and jaiOpe it ii t niofkU a a rule of the C4isthat QO ptit Hi ocs Jlil tinnosa yalsssgwsdany jiiror to jaay jiHUia m qHtttrawtILb icoaKd rt oft uyk aprjiplicatMMi or rt Mi ftItei taclxdf tbVfOJ1ej rafct witt becomplM with Firtrr1lert t wysaid1Jsd n eoitdjuror for a pardo a 4 ytMr tified copr ol MM oritor foi ibs cour sbowjttf ihtf tbejuror r 1 to try MerGlverdictI scoodTM lllltrqtieatosehjaor iV J shown by an tzaxMttfttkil othVbeOsaOeJIdVJ flee of th Peace otarftosaaMparajfcely 1Tai oiher pwltODI iuoep lbVoMetr te tfijiiig that he cd o 1lie jury and agreai to th 1Ibicopy of wjiioi k akoW 01 r a ILQ him by inch u r aaC jkfr Viniutbsjuiorsown Vfrda atd pot thote of a p mtem p yml f for hUD toip why lii a h thS Governor to ehaaffe Uof rbe sworn Ytrdiot Wit UIIUMuvy r erhOa thi ih day i IAUGU TDtJ 7 Osro Wsrs te r1i I I IY01l1r HIt JwiIICltt f JIll rCUt i peIeILNppsZtti 1 words were p iU O t4f M i 1ttYVthe werM psw 111 KIaa fNI CJrr Af n r three ebs o ijt t 4W4sliQWbldOwt tt fer aJ jN if CtJIIPaotIN itittcRa o lJIJA r4uasMtIai em eilia II Druff Store jGuaraityQe lTrial bottle reef V T7 T E ItfWMEADER tIIIGJIlJLDKY r wT3Ytf LW JiSBPt PCft- WBU p t r nd PuWWitrs 1f fif 1l I A APR is 1009i tn cratjeTickil tv fuir riit Judge I H THURI44N o11tM Jtfc AtrC S KIEL piesatMIveT D GRAHAM 5coMty 3ie1 LLTSEY cy r T S MATES 1lt kW1OOKR Siit C1erk4tOBTIQE forilS J Ab1RSQNV p4ite etJ WBUSH KGXO D CATLT1 bAtsorW T MITCHELL SicwerDiL w E GRUME iSrreyor VG JROBERTS fi 4tterFront an Old Veteran w i f iWbwrEKyAprH1O1 1909 iBblTOR JEWSLEADER Will- cefIiJiii ilOfroolmmni As I want to biYS aaborr talk with the old b jri ftier wont get mad jf I Plill them olzlfor they know fS iherareeo kind of boys old jbJaod ypung boYIItjOlt anttc call your alien tibh tQ the date ot April 6th iand J 7tn 1862 Dont YOU fejnpmber t Sfiiloh Yes I guess you do bat iU nlong time ooys I r famjivinfitithepa t Irecall such v eene as Shiloh or Chicamauga groundSajjain t enjoy the company of 4tje comrades I love to hear j jiei tell of their army lite Everyone has something new- totelh The latest one is of aI l VqU of Soldiers ordered to de- 1t VitttJy lot of wfciskey One fellow wanted to save some of r Lit ani having nothing to carry 3 a111 away conceived the idea of 4 flU lchi8 gun and so he did and- t found out later that his gun held 1 ft good pint Now this is true I Boys Iwant as many M can get- 0 together this year to met at aori1e oonvenient place and have t fiV ap all dajr talk and have our t1retmlkeour ciffee and fry bur bacon on tie coals or on the end ol a forked stick and we ifont want any public speaking We want to do the talking our- ielye and laugh or cry as the ccasion demands but we want verybody to come andreat with- vI us and see how we used to thisVwould beenjoyable What think jfoa comrades We wont get to meet many more times for we nearly average three scofe and ten and its been forty seven t yrs since we were at Shilob 6t but the time dont seem long bu here have been many changes smce tbnnd the few that are- left are old and gray now It seems strange to think that we- ape thepldestl men in the coun vjry 1 enl neet an bd manI t always jdok for his G A B button If he h isone I feel rike taking off my hat to him for r bHTJovalty Now boysIamgo iiug to clpse this short letter but j I want to ask onq question I poke of your loyalty to your Ji cpufliry Are you Iloyal to your tGod Now bays if this findslt SseJfIpifltI want very sol dieri boy to write one letter to ftht NewsLeader so I can find out tfho iis Jiving and where at Now foejfciforget this When J go toiowa 1 see so few that I u conclude that jou are all dead mileJiou taid oi glasses with IV goo wishes for you and joural VremainV as ever yours In FO Lpv M V CROUCH InftyzI l j- V1Rauer Dj Doctor 1 tkaihIvc myfceTt cut off said M L DiIII kB of thrinceville ub1it 41i ii ywU dLiifrOJR gangrene sybich ha- deteif away eight does if you dont spgij allyI1lstcad b used y1ioI51yScured It cures of Eczema Fever fcoreit Boilst Burns and Piles astound andrLJi ljl Y f FairView l i 11YVSI TBil You anti famil y aHlf Jam4 Truax and clqugbtersdifled with Mrs 7JMgis STwetney of Chapli 1day thlLm8ppntttt z sIi41tLj4is 4 ff KiM Maiy Trnax isys ri br rdptr athap5- 5rC + J tD r raare ready i AA IdDlt t rPr Obtthia urcMt be t j l Smpi wladjdUr and Mrs J T Carney and Mr 13 Carcey IiFen WMM it Wil K KM w M limkii if1iiIJ aid lsiI TiwiUl ndjdiicovagvigor ant cheerfuk ness sopa disappear when theMdneysare out of order or dis tasedVKidney trouble has preyalentthat mon for achild to be born afflicted with veakkidneVa If the ckild nnnates too oftenif the urine scalds- Tthelish or if whea the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with bedfret ting dependupon itthecausofthediffi culty is kidney trouble and the first ten should be toard3 the treatment of vtf unpleasantisrotr ic tbc Sidneysi and bladder and not to a Jja n1otpeoplesupposeWomen made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThe5wanspRoot is soon realized It issold by druggists iin fifty cent and onedollarVsizebottles Voutnay Shave a sample bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling all SwlmpRotincluding monial letters received from ufferers who found vampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing DrLKilmer- Co fiincrlmmfnTi NOY Iv sure and mention this paper Dont make any DrXilmersBinghamton N Y on every bottle Thursday night at the home of MrFMCarneyV Mrvand MrsJ N H Oliver ereu town shopping Thurs day i Most cough r sandc ld cures are constipating especially those that contain opiates Kenneojfs Laxa tive Cough SyrupS free from all opiates and it cures the cold by gent ly moving the bowels andat the same time it soothes irritatipn of the throat dnd lungs ando that way siops the cough It is espeplally re o mended for children as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar We sell and recommend it Sold by the Red Cross Drug itt re- I Hardins Chapeli v ti3jndi MrsSturnpp and daughter Addie spentSaturday w th Mrs Will Milton daugbterwithMrMiss Adray Canary visited relatives atMackville Saturday and Sunday Messrs Warren Begley and Edward Penwick spent Saturday night 20 IlmstownJ Miss JeunieLitsev spent sev siS1ersuffering with a complication of diseases Several of the boys in this section have purchased new bug prepayingMiss Ida Cucoanougher has returned home alter a pleasant visit fo her aunt Mrs GrW Cocoanougher at tois place spentThursdayW F nwick Jr at Simmstpwn Mr Willie M ves spent one day last week with his sister Mrs Will Barker Miss Maggie Hiatt is the guest of her aunt Miss Mattie Hiatt this week MrsP Lanham and fami ly spent Sunday with Mrs H S Fehwick Mr Arthur FautTh spent Sunday with Mr Hertford Logsdoo Mrs G W benwick and guestsbf daughterftfniIyMonday anQlrl ay of last week with Mrs Nellie Logsdon apd family r Tatham Springs Ky Spring hhs again opened with Dtebedutiul sunshine and sweet singing birds dtid it seems that the farmers as well as the mer chants and all others are beginning to wove around lively From ail reports we areto have in the near future it new store house Mason and Woodman lodge all combined erected between the church and JQbn flungates dwelling house Mr Crow bas on sale nthis store here a large supply of aU goods including furniture Hats dress s chickens atid turkeysis the gossip among the women folks at present Miss Zora Thompson has re turned to her home after a two Wf eks stay with her sister at Brush Grove Mrs Bettie Jenkins and Ruth H yiLlNearly everybody around here bas had the Lagrippe or as tne saying goes the Grip has hud themSMiss Eva Pinkstonn as return ed home after a weeks visi to her father at Willisburg Mr Ellas Prirlrins and wlfe SpedSbirlyMr Merrill Pinkston bought a bill of lumber from J S Rpy alty tu build a new barn Well as news is spmewhat scarce except some that is quit stale will ling off rUp Before the Bar- N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writeszWe have used Dr Kings ftew Life Pills for years and find hem such a good family rile icihe we wouldnt be without tuemVjFor Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick He dache they work Vonlers 25c at5the Haydon and Robertson Tick Creek Mr Jessie Smith and family dined wi h ST Stumph last- Wednesday I Lois Yank purchased a new buggy of atnpbeI1and Walker of Mack vi le Chas GovVQns and son of Spencer Co are visiting relatives iin this vicinity this week Mr Jake Isham and wife of Battel visited Mrs Mary Taylor Sunday Mrs Grant Stumph Miss Ida and Jennie Haydon spent one dav last week with Mrs John Tobin Mr Ben Bugg and wife spent last Friday with Ms Lucv Hol derman ofEast Texas Mr Eliott Wilkerson and son dames of East Texas visitod his orother Dan Wilkerson of this place Sunday Nlr Tom Ash and family of Canary visited Mrs Maggie MobleySunday J 0 Coffey bought a buggy of Campbell and Walker of MackvilIeSMr Ben Havdon baaa fine cow to die a few lays ago Mr George Goode and family of Stewart and Mr Tom Hugg and wife dined with Mr Ben BuggSundav of last week Mr Robert Arnold of Texas was Ue guest off Henry Law tepee Sunday Ir John Stumph and lainilY tumpl1IanStumph and family pf this place aliidined with their fattier SoT St mph Sunday Mr S H Taylor and Prank Haydou Jr made a business trip to your town Saturday evvning Those on thesick list are J4 E Anderson Henry Lawrence Dan WilkerSon Miss Lucy Hall and brother Cnas f Those that composed thesur fprise parry at Mr Abner Hil tons lat Sturdy night were Loisj Yapkey and sister Woo sie Miss Ella Cordie and Hallie Whitehoiise Mandrilleand Win SJZ 1 REO II t Roadster 1000 fThis isthe spry REO Roadster with alK those splendid reliable get thereand bck qualities for which the REO is gofamous l anybody jfdt VdestinatjoflS 5 PASSENGERTOURING CAR1000 P RUNABOUT 50Q i T19U I i EQR SALE BY f7 JJL i NGMARIS- t A Spllngf11dKyti ri rv pnTelo Rfiimfrs Garfape Baxter and Brootway 1 I LuBlKyl April 141516 for a good look ai REObCars W Wz tq WJ1 Lawrenc2j O are CP Ruker antl hisfriepd Mr Sparrow AJI were highly1 entertained by Mis Nannie Hilton withmusi6 on the graphophone t Miss Susie Mobley of Loretto will be with her auot Mrs Mag1 gie Mobev for a few days Mr George Bugg attended churh at Mackville Sunday The ladies of this community l1 vent got the hens that liy two eggs a day and the men havent got the kind of tobacco that you can turn a wiashing tub over and hatch stakes But Mr Pan Wilkerson has got frogs in hisstock p nd that can whistle and carry all parts of a tune Madam Rumor reports v wed digsooufWe will tell bOutit- later cm W led you take Kodol t let odyou have ea fen will be digested iat uralJy rsgularly idprom tly and in this way Kodol gives the stomach ai han c to rejjatn its loU stre ngth and j health and after a little v bile ycu need not take Kodoll longer but take jt vhileyon do used it and if It fails to benefit you your nlOneIWjllVVbC re iuudecl toyou It issuKl by the Red Cross Drug Store GOT HIM CHEAP The Way a Faros Surgeon Was Once Cleverly Trick d Sir Morel Mackenzie on erdceived a wire from Antwerp asking htin his cliurgea for a certain operation He replied 500 and was told to come at once When b stepped upon the dock he was met by three men in mourning who Informed him sadly that he had come too late the patient had died But said the 4 spokesman of the party we shallpay you your full fee1 And they diduAndJ1ow said then an since you are here what do you say to visiting the city hospital and giving a clinic for the benefit oi our local surgeons It Is not often they have an opportunity of benefiting by such science as yours Sir MOrel said he would gladly com ply JHfw nt to the hospitaland per formed many operations ampng which were two of a similar nature to that for which he had been called for Whcij he hrd flnished all thancd him profusely On the steamer goinfg home he met a friend who had a business house tn Antwerp Pretty scurvy trick they playecTon you Sir MorelSWhat do you mean asked the sur goon Told you the patient died before you arrived didnt they YesSLies You Operated on him and a friend with the same trouble at the clinic Got two operations for one price HE WAS EXCITED And Yet He Vss Making Only a Very iRsnable Request It was a dimat5c scene pregnant with the in st tragic possibilities Thus thou1 i witness to the meetIng of three Italiansnear the big express depot at Flf teeuth fend larket streets A man and woman who were deliver ing n trunk Into the hands of a clerk were suddenly confronted by another man who was highly excite He approached the woman In voluble Ital ian he raved and swore and pleaded while she shrilled equally excited an swersThe other man stood back against the wall his arm folded defi antly lila head sunk on his chest It certainty looked as If daggers were to be drawn The interested bystander asked of some listeners who under stood the rapidly spluttered dialect what the trouble was all about Wily was the volunteered tifansla Hon this wonjan has run away from her husband with this alan pointing to the sulky Individual Oh and he Is begging her to re turn was the next query Not on your life was the express ire reply She has packed up all uer husbands clothes miter trunk as well as her own and ho Is begging her to give pack at least his Sunday suit Philadelphia Record Baked Men Vorkers In porcelain factories are literally baked but by some miracle of use and wont thev remain sufllclently underdone to live At least If they are not quite baked they endure a stronger heat than that which brown the Sunday slrlolnThc furnaces wherein porcelain Is finished are kept at the fiercest heat used In any industry A chain oj workmen their heads and bodies swathed In fireproof garments take the finished pieces from the fire one at a time and pass the j to the cooling room5The man at lie head of this chain he who stnnd nearest the furnaco can work In only five minute shifts In his interims ofrest he lies on a mattress drinking glass after glass onIce water from the hands of a small boy At lunchtime all about the chain of men steaks grill Clncln nat Enquirer His Trouoib Frlchd Dont worry because your ibwectheart Has turned you do n since ybiT lost your money There are as good fish In the setS as ever were caught Jilted OniYes but Ivelost- my bait Harpers nnz riRipa Old Age Little WlllliSiiy pawhntisn rIpe olil age PaIrs the age my son at wAici a inin Is willlpg to admit that lhes not the only dried apple in the pantry Chicago seWS J 1Doctors rders Mrs OilnrrignnPhoy have ye Muck this erapty hash under th baby Mrs CareyTli doctors ordthers He told rrtn Old have to keep th baby onn bottlerauagc v IJshtnlng never strikes twice In thc rime place because the place Isnt thero afterthe fir t visit Tndgo KILLTHEG0UCH AND CURB THE LUNGS WITH Or Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSFnICE OLDS TOo ftJ AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED EIATIEIPAOTOF OS MONET REPDEDV I i I i Ti TTJ Ij WHEN YOU COME TO LOUISVILLE To the Electricall and Industrial Exposition April 12 tp 24 This 75V We Want You to See The cRGANJbldesfV J l IINI THE WORLD t Only I i i 1 t 6ItsaSightwor46 CREDIT AND ON 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL IION t t net wholesaleIact prlcewith all aiers andprofitsto and find out what Louisville his in this Full I onfactoryVIEsv Payment Plan Writ for our Free Catalog iVI PIANOS TOO t I ADLER ORGAN LEFT OH HER DOORSTEP FOR THIS MOTHER I11frs + G Tuson of LivermorCa1 Yrltes i picked up from my i door step 1ne day a little book in which I soon became very much Interested My little girl of five years of age had been troubled for a Idhg time with loss of appetite extreme and undue fatigue She wasalj saI down and In a very delicate This utile bqok was very compre newllmethodments of the cods liver from the oil eliminating the bnoxlous oil which Is so hard for children to take Just the thing said I for my little daughter and I Immediately went for a bottle ot Vlnol It helped her won derfully She has gained rapidly In flesh and strength and she does not take cold half so easily ul1 am extremely grateful for the otherI orfg my experience and just give Vinol a trial ROMANCE OF HISTORY these Things Read Like Legends but Arc IVjRttcrs of FactV A peasant girl called half wilted did promlsp to defeat the ylctors of Agln court and did Itilt ought to bo illgendiut It happens to be a fact A pQet and a poetess bid fall In love and eloped secretly ton sunny cllmej It Is obviously a three volume novel put It happened Nelscin did diem In the act of winning tue tine hattie that could change the world It Is a grossly Improbable coincidence but It Is too late to niter It now Napoleon did win the battle of Austerlltz ItIiIs unndtu rat but ltls not my fault When the general who had surrendered a repub lican tpwn retutned saying c nyuk have done everything Robespierre did ask with an air ot Inquiry Are you d ad1 When Robespierre coughed In his qold iinranue Gnrnlor did say The bTood of Danton chokes you Strafford did say of his own de sertion of parliament ifi do It may my life and death be set on a hilt for all men to wonder at Disraeli did say Tim time will come when you shall hear me TIp lierblc Is a fact even when It Js a fact of coincidence or of mlraclo mud a fact Is h thing whlrh can be ad mitted without bring explained Q K Chesterton In Londpn News No Drums In the Middle Ages As we come to the mlddlo ages when the nations of modern Europe were struggling Into existence we Hud that at first the drum was not used n ta1 So although melodyhad been known alitd practiced for many con tunes rhythm had Been quite forgot ten for what there Is left to us of the music of the middle ages contalp no bars and we know that It was slowly and monotonously chanted without the least accentVifp the eleventh century however Things began to Improve more partic ularly as the crusaders brought Into Europe all sorts of pcrcusslonj lustru m nts from The east Various kimlsnf drums tamlxmrlncs and cyrabals were then seen In Europe for the first time since the 1113SOf savages and thy have been used with errlittlechange ever slnceSt Nicholas VYfflCfl Sings1Kosy Oijr little Rosys voice Is queer But mother says shed rather hear- Our Rosy sing most any day payWereBut jf we ever have a fuss daYIWtyBefore woVe hardly salt a thing slnGbirdsAnd she jrnnt really sing you see cryBoHave ben to eprcts but ray choice Would be our Rosys useful voice VYot5l- CoTlpanlon JUDGING sA CIGAR The Only Real Way to Find Its Qunlltv SIatoSmokc It On uo point t he avvoratre smoker w Informed ad tthat ot Judging a clpir Nine times out ofWrirpon beinf banded a cigar he will liitld It ttiliJa nose unllrhtiid t nlff at the wrapper with a critical air find louver his ver dict In a self salistlrd manner This characteristic maneuver 1Is always n source of amusement to any jobaceo man who happen to observe It There Is o 1lyone way to ascertain the qual ity of a cigar and that Is to smoke lNo expert will pass Judgment u a cigar until hlhn lighted It and smoked It well dwu towjird the mid dIe JJThe first and most Important point upon which he bases his opinion Is the burn Tobacco may lave er5 cry other virtue hilt If It dues not hold the fire and burn evenly It is poor to bacco Next In ordeI or Importance Cornea the nroma the smoke must havea pleasing smell next comes Ute flavor the smoke must be smooth and not scratchy or bitter Then tlierd Is the colorrIch brown Indicat ing n ripe leaf well curedand last Is workmanship Rood If the wrapper Is put on smoothly and the bunch Is made so that the tlgar draws freely and Is neither too hard nr too spongy 4bad it the reverse Bohemian Maga zine l Vf Weitre gpintr to makephnosalsi tdwehavesampie in03trome show1ts to you 1 ou wait one ssell take your Ordet nov at thnet wholestilel faotory pnco 100 Wv han Iyoull have to pay a retail dealeitnd on credr and terms to suit year conveulence CO PAT Rfie stallion will make ITbi ofl19J9 at the stable Virgin one mile and ahalf Nortbeastof Maud at 10 To Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Brown horse sire Pat Dolan OIijweU DolanAlice byCocltspur Gby116 by Gaines Denmark ldamof Fannie G Kitty by Saip byBoydWinchestej erFS highTakingsideratitlnv he is bound to make a fine stock horse PAT K is showing up to be a fine breeder his colts all be fine and of goodr size I will also at same time and piece stand ithis Jack DICKAt SB for a eon td stand and suckVHo is a black jack 14 2 hands high with white points fine bytheJimjennet His mules brought top prices last year at weaning time Len retained on all colts sired by either horse or jack for ser vice fee HT VIIIGJN Maud Ky IBLAOKGI T A handsome black Jack 15 hands high as handsomeua looking jack as you jean find anywhere and an extra breeder will make seasonal the Stone Wall Stock Farm 3 12 miles worth of pringficld on the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike at 10 TolInsure a Living Colt for a Mare mule and 8 for a Horse Mule I4en retained on colts until- seasoflis aidJ You are cordially invited to cat and see my stock AB HUNDIBY Phone 47 Springfield K v HiH inOn 4 3Z6j This fine trot 11g bred stallion will make the season of 1909 at my place oriebalf mile Ironi FrederickstoVn on Bardstown road at t rfo to Insure a Living oul Hall Hamilton bay horse foaled ltkmaitL1byFrancis by Madrid 18S5 Alpha Js re by Tenuesse Wilkes 2735 heby George Wilkes record 2 22 Alpha Js dam rallulah dy Brown al16q35 At same time and place will stand my Jack STONER At8 To Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on all qoltsslred YI either horse jack for service fee Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shoulaany occur JL Hamilton j Frederickstown llKy Mr Mulligan i has pn band nl nice ljieof trmnlned ard rrondV to wear hats Ready for Easter verPeoeseBank 29thand ChesJriutSlreets Take a W Warrat or W ChestnutCar 4ft l Louisville Ktt1Iiw VV t IEYES TESTED 10 Ed M Russ l c JIIVV JEWELER AND OPTICIANI McCABE S CUMMINS V DEALERS IN v t V Whistiaii l Straight Kentncky i rr I I Ship from 4 to 10 years old attw 5hY 400 per gallon l iiJOrders fivm Kentucky filled from our Indianai I We also carry istonkf 0 j wr Pure blackberry and grape wine per gall u J22 tWhite corn yvhiskey per gaL i 225 It Pure apple brandy per 7 i 53QO ik4SO ir1 tv i Address aIIQrdrstTt x I McCABE aUmM INS l 325 West Market St LOUISVILLE KY Wttt11jLIflbI r ILLUSTRATIONL T Ml rrf ItLLTPAT1ONTh only son of Onward with aam by Mambnnd Batch the country Omvard Is the leading sire ot 23o perorKiers I Matizbrino Patchen is the leading brood mar sire IJ Onward Ull v Record 225 sire of- Parl Ojiward 206JS4 Gat207 Colbert 2C6fr Qnward Silver 2O8atd 169others in 2Ott H fe tv H Patience l i Iii rf 1 hoUse gal GeoVffe WilkPS 519i Record 2 22 sire of S3 W23QlD J Damdfirector SlTjjs J- mbrinoP tthen ike j IM ofi5damsofl48 l1q30 D jughterj Hctmnbltoaian 3 Dolly Spanker b hfefUctM BezlFrankll n KMambrmo Chiefillv t RhbdesMare I kdyLhoiiH 2181 tAmerican Clay r r Onward 1411 recdrdi2 5 l shetf Onwrd20Gl Beuz tri 20Sc Gazette 30714 Colbert 2 Onward SilverI 2C 3 PUatus 209 14 Col Thortorf 209J Major Mason 209 14 Belle 2JQ and 165 btnersVsih 230 and the dams of Choral 2Ofi 12 Syni er 20912 Eepla 210 14 tiCton 210 14 4qmiie5Leylurn2LO 12 Mary P Leyburi1l 14 an ill 230SMambrino 53 sire pf 25 in th30 and the dams pf Ralptf 2QO 34 Jupe 207 34 Brigatllght 203 1 2 Bo tticer 209 Rubber 210 others in 29tx I j x l ILLUSTliATIOISr will make season of 1 09 at stable CORSifffr ILIfl KY at t v r fr 10 Toinsure a GoltUntil Wc iTiVi A ij n retained oft aMl coltskuntil seasoa m ineyis paCd iAlllcarc 1ttaken o prevent accldenfe butnot reapoosibe should any QCCtHt money due when mare is sold or parted with 1l 1 hUse InMiiir io the vicinity of Sprin iiid vith colt at naaMM hfcel wishing to b eed to itlusiralion by potifying mein atvne0 Ii l1lJlt Hu thn at Gabb rt tobacco by rn in Battle El With Illustration Iranhy tills the fdal is only atvien iay btit tp tzQ n t4JIt P 4 t i 1t 1 rhi bviJ 2 = ruint ttnt r tbv Hotter f i l h4 l was a special tytt 4ii c si lb tforr woiinh WeverCd fcrf0rniit theI site tvuntI tI ro NtlP letter SIt wolit uieU to be sent spe cisiV4kThut staupa1dVtbd man vis a dellpaft hint to be quick all luiswqr Ins= It Isn hurry up device used by ii rv nu n kf Is very effectIveVA twj stmtip not alwayacspur one lu nay special eCfgrt but spe clhll delivery stamp flHiitfl5the writer w2Intt vhnt be waita when he wantti H nutf1 the most dilatory cOP1 respondent alive Is not going to let any grass grow bet ween the scratches ot his pep anwertagIew York Press 0 i 1t1 There tire S rays and X rays and there are also raiya from those mantle things tthat you put op gas burners to imnrnvB the Htrlit Flu eiuMUfan Sw in t elm T hiO C r Y tgA J I By V55lSSi j Dao i l fr tnff 4 Pearl Cornelia Patchen 7 ol caSIj my at Y whe 1CIn iocs whom r t our a raonru i storoa I1eVJ15tIe la t f closet along with a mantle all of them got fogged tCb iJMintt ywi sec cbtjtalned thorium a rM4JoetJNre Bubstance that ppnctrateg l crtlliMHl plate box as easily lSlt PeEtMtSVglass tdidut k2npw that tll iy tSs tor told me soTast week My Jmane cast 1t over aVNew York PressVI hmkd llttors IllPVOr r 8ft Budtlliig rQe Y ieKetanything to yQut Editor ritk ntQttQ4ifW th a guuzien if ym wiUprolw adi Wuis Lanything rlorV for U After Mils bwT besi t Jyour entire otitptyei aMBulling PwtI po ttIIM s rright When jffHijt Hi pib- IdttorNerer J ws I sLidon Tolegrnh a A lilsdsesi done to ithf good fa nerer lost PInu tus 1- Db G T BRRTOI1 l OS NT DENTIST 1ETH EXTRACTED r ITt7tOUJ PAIJ 0sWiI a1tGCkQ stmlw 4PRIMaFtDKY All utaf Work Strictly Firstclass RJGJflULDkicii QtI c fur ito 9 am J jto2m i OiKoM over Hay dons Drugstore r JLiL lampton M D f flkt M eter use t f yVbfiic1 HLf ReIec No 38 t WGRPYATT- ORNEY f AT LAW rOt fve teoplosjlank PRINGFIELP KY 4Dr M W HYATT Offic over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours B ajt 1030 W mt12m 4to5pm- jONt WAVES t ftlEBft oiKtCTOR AID mm EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYi9aNIGHT74- I PRINGFIELnK It youwant the Best FLOUR ask your grocer for Pride Washington OR Springfield Choice rV Maniitactnred by JiAJUi Jarboe Coj S Wie pay highest market price for grain i LANES HOMEY AND 1ACKACHE JiEWCNC TOMS W tte dteesave organs sad es fcUbey trotfafes Jla use MitNS Health Fr The KNntys Oe Abu no rieohM aal is Kaaiaateed vxtar tie Pro foL and Drugs Law Itaie kf CHAS C LAMEa ce St LMte Ms Jbr Sale in Springfield by laydoo 8t Robertson 4I r6I- rr UE F4DC PtA1BIU KANSAS CITMO M s mtm rtweeYw CwMO- WT taMfaMMtar Md cbpr bia etttiog IMc au taNlttt tor t iaiiJut H Mei 0 Y LL tru I wI1rL2 T tieI1I Vermifuge m WORMREMEDY THE CWLOMNS FAVORITE TONIC KWAHE or I CWtHNC BaItSlow Liniment Co f fiT LOUI MO J iNot1ce I yt llpfrsons laying claim rinSt E7 C Qox as gri dwjl pre fnt ame pr prty proven tcJ tb uirsineiAllt4Priqni indebfcedL tothe bpy wiII ljplelisev pay same prQptl r iBiINSri t Assignee J 1eI 60 V UiItOReievfssouvstomacK 1ctut D wlatyo- t j tif r I TOWNLocal iW mNWWWNHiHi4 Happenings of Interest I Freshest and Latest AH About Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances 1 Ja t 1Itli See Miss Willie Knotr about ious Spring hat Seedcorp IQr sale byW JET L achrnao8iingfieldKEerytbing line at Miss Willie Knotts ILatest tj lesin pat at Mrs JMullicans over Peoples Bank t FOR RENT FoQr nice rooms over LA Shad rs grocery pA BURRS The best refrigerators for the least money at Lea bmanand j Campbells New patterns and readytor wears refceiveil each week at Mrs Williams Marriage license were issued thlsTweek to Bristo La ham and Miss Laura Phillips FOR SALE Nice jersey cow and alf Fine milk arid bother bwv J W Jarboe1 J ayDO you buggy need painting Gall on A 0 Kincrv ball at theLold Casey shop See Land Catiiibe1- befcre jbuying screen doors and windows Ladies whenip town step in and take a look at Miss Knotts line of millinery FOR IENT Nice house and yard and l acre ground on East Main Street Apply to V JOHN W LEWIS Mrs Mullican has been re- eiving new millinery goods this week Qver Peoples Think FOR KjENTr The home on Wil 1k burg street next to the Chris tian Church Apply to JSOLAYBROOKEL iEGGsS 0 Bnff Orpington eggs for sale 1 00 for 15or 5 per hundred MrsrR A Melntire Springfield Ky r J d2 Mr Henry Borders happened duyilog which in some way rplld over him severely bruising him His injuries while painful are not regarded as dangerous The first excursion of tb- seasonfrom Springfield to Lout Kville next Sunday April 18th 6150 round trip A ball flame between Louisville and Tol io will be the attraction Train leaves Springfield at 715 am returning leaves Louisville at 600 pin t Last Monday eyenrng a party composed of Mr LOJflcCrtrty and Mi6S Eelyn Royalty Mr wiliiim R Selecman and Miiss Virginia Jloyalty Mr Lester Gibbs and Miss Ajunie McElroy and Mr Shaker jKobprtsont and Miss Fannie McElroy were en tertained at a banquet at the Wai on given qythyoung med haltA gamj was played at Bigb School jjark Monday between the Junior team of St Mtrvs College and the Juniors pt prtgfietdThe game re sulted jn a victory for St Mary by a s orb of 6 to 2 The fea ures of tegdmo was the pitch ing of George Medley Jr and the hatting of dam B Carricc for the local team The home oys have a good line up ant vith practice wiLt make a good ieup Fire broke out Tuesday nigh about 11 oclock iir the Berr Hotel which was partially de stroked two years ago ThE tira department responded im mediately to the alarm andsuc ceeded in extinguishing tin flames before much damage wai done The house isthe proper ty of Mr Matt Truax and has until withnthe last few day been occupied by Cheatham Cheatham as a grocery store Messrs J W Funk and J R Durham bought of A Howan Hampton of Winch ster Ky the fine jack John Marshall This jack is said to be thefin llnthe L United Staes He wa the winner at the Kentucky j State Fair at Louisville in 1908 tThep1ice paid was 12000 iiis of great benefit to the stock- man of this county that thesE ientlmen1pve brought qfiQE au Animal here UeWittt JQUtle Eir1viUger3 i gentle easy pleasant small liver piUs uldbytbehcdCr TOPIC81- a I w Residence Burned Last Monday morning the residence of Mr JWTompJ1- 3onst Pleasant Grove occupied by Mr Thompson and the fami ly of his son Mr S B Thomp sonjr was destroyed by thc iThe strong wind which was blowing made impossiblerto save the bouse but all of the contents were saved The house was a large frame building and will be quite a loss The origin of the fire is supposed to have been from a Defective flue Made a HitfThe Danger1 Signal presented at the Opera House Monday night by local Italent under the supervision of the ladies of the Catholic chur hwas a success in every way The fact was again demonstrated that there iis as goodttalnnt in Springfield as canbe found anywherq r The whole entertainment was excell ent and the performance was superior to that of many pro fessional troops which have plaed here The Danger Signal abounds1 in wit humor and pathos and the execnt tnot itII was such as 10 hold the tention of the large audience during the whole performance Tba musi9il program under the direcuon of Miss Katie Cain was very interesting throughout The selections were well chosen and the rendition of them splen did The specialties between the acts received much applaus You are just the one for men sung by little Miss Emma Spald tng and Master Donald Campbell and Twinkle twinkle little star sung by Miss Katharine Siraras were well rendered A Gypsy Maiden IJwas sung by Miss Mary Haydqn who in her usual good voice deligbted her audience as she always does What makes beWorldogo Round a4 quintette byMIssesr Mary Haydou and Isa Colvin and Messrs AR Shultz Albert Nunan and Harry Krecker recited severall encores iWilkes Orkies Dead Air S W Orkies familiarly known as Dutch Orkies one oJthe oldest citizens of this county died last Monday of senility at the homo off his daughter Mrs AnnieE Nally Mr iprkies was 88 years of age and had lived llofhis life m ttie V fSpringfieid Wlieri a he learned the iCinitJfJf and for many years a shop At that time nojuch more work was done in a blacksmith shop than now he having made nearly ail of the pfows that were usodin the county r Early iin Ufa he was married v IjI iiTeeth ex tracted 1thI out PAIN or DANGER No charges vhenpiates are wanted i ALiL WORK t Done iin this office iis firs classi i in every respect and just as ad verttsed WySTALLARDDDS ISprlnjfcrd Ky tj wi ngtwwt- o i a Miss Buckman who died many years jago The cbildrfIJ who survive are Messrs Henry and Robert Orkies of this cowl ty Ed of Owensboro Ky Johi of New Martinsville West Virginia hd Mrs Annie E Nally with whom he lIvid during hit latter days Funeral serf res were held at St Rose Monday fy PECNAL drM G Leachman was iin Louisville Tuesday Mr Lester Gibbs of Shelby vilie isin Springfield this week Miss Rodman Thurraan who is atterding school at Science lull in Shelby le spent Eas t fir with her parents Mr John Edmonds of Leban on visited his sister Mr Annie iMcEioy the wee eud Mrs Isaac Tate of Campbells ville was the guest of Mrs E Mayes Friday Mr Luther Smith of Oamp bellsville is in Springfieldl this week h Mr Joe Wycoff of Mackville attende the play at the opera house onday Miss Bessie Settless of Maud is the guest of Mrs GwinMarks- Mr J W S Clements of Louisville spOut Sunday at hOne I Miss Carrie Edelen iis visiting in Louisville it f Mr Logan Bosley of Leban on was here Monday MrsfHarry Shader apd Miss Olivia Cements have returned from St Louis j Mrarid Mrs WF Gijigsby were in Lebanon yesterday to hear Bi bop Her dricks at The Muthodist Church j Mrs Ella Rtdd near town is suffering with a very severe at tack of rheumatism Rev W H Williams went to Elizabeth town this m ruing j Mrs Sam Berry and Daught er Miss Bess tvno havbeea visiting Mrs Beery Js filth jr Mr W F Booker for the pat feu- months will eave Tues ay fci their home art Gnand Junction Colorado Mr Smith of Campb ilsville was a visitor at the howe of Mr John Tucker trio first of the week a Ii 1Ii1 11II GOINGTo be in need of Groceries Fruits t Vegetables etc Ii rI Satui April lUP and will be glad to buy them ata saving Well l here is your chance for for CASH we will offer i iion the above date the following i SPECIALS j L arL37 Ibs Granulated l 00 18 lbs Brown Sugar 1 00 1ii 3 cans tomatoes a gocd oneH v rV u 25 J cp 3 cans corn an extralten center for 7 3 cans Slringless Buutis for 3 cans Lima BeauK V 3 cans peas pie of the best for he money 25II 2 cans 15c peas finequality t 2boxeslello ves price lOc for e 6 bars Big D al or Red Wrapper Soap for 2P t 7 bars Lenox Soap for 25 1 large can No 3 Monarch Apple Butter 5 25 1 extra large can No 5 Monarch Apple Butt jr 45 3 cans Sniders lDc Pork and Beans for 25 1 dozen Lemons extra fine Messinasi for f 15 3 cakes 5c German Sweet ChJ col Ue fot to 10 1 can No 3 sliced Pineapple reg 30c u 25 I 1 quart jar pure Preserves for onlyv 30 DELIVERY r SWenow have a very reliable1 driver in charge of our delivery wagon and can prolieyou better t and quicker service than ever Phone orders or i orders given driver will both receive prompt and careful attentfon Give us a call and see Our iiNumbed is 40 1jj 1 JcELROYa SHADEE t rF irs Palmar Gomtley and Miss I Martha Tucker aye iini Louis I vile today t Mrs Rob Marks and Nfoss Ma A raja were in Lebanon Thursday M yBo1iner6turn dtatMa d Tuesday aifter ffMIss s stay wuh Mrs E 6rett The foNowuig Knights of Co lumbus attend pd the smoker at Lebanon Wednesday eve fling W T Leachman Wathen Simms S J Ander6ooUH McIntireJ L Barber Arthur McGill L B Cain C J Hay don Leonard Baker Warren Nally Al Mudd JjbnC Shader GDIRobertson Jr i Miss Katie Hertlein whd bas been quite illhas recovered Mr Leo Straus of New York is visiting Miss Katie Hertlein Mr Swifzer of Baltimore is in town Miss Victoria Osbqrae has re turned to school at Bowling Green after spending Easter at home MissLillidn Anderson and sister of Dannlle are guests of the Misses ONan Miss Alnia Spalding andO W Bagan of Lebanon were in town Sunday R If Edelen Jr of Louisville was in town Saturday T Scott Mayesis in Lexington on business this week Miss Isabel Medley spent the Eater bolidays with her mother here Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon1 spent Sunday in town Little MIss Isabel Medley of Owensboro is visiting hergrapd mother Mrs Ged Medley Misses Annio McOhord and Sallie McElroy wereln Lebanon one day last week I Miss Wilfred Spalding of Le banon was in town Wednesdaj Mr Charlie Greene is visiting friends in Bardstown Mr TV H Starks of Hodger ville is the guest of Morrison o Nan Misses Kate and Lillian Lan caster have returned to their home Jjin Tacoma Washington after a visit to MsCbarlie Hay r dontticy Selecman who has ilweeks been suffering t improving Mrs Sarah Selecman Litsey oLebanon is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs W E Selecman Mr Walter Royalty was in Lebanon Saturday Mr Clarence Litsey and Miss Catharine Spalding of Lebanon and Mr Jess Rapier of Bards town attended the play at the ipera bouse Monday Mrs E Campbell left SUn- day for Harriman Tennessee where ho will travel for the Red rtLouit Mr S W Campbell and Rob ert McClellan were ft Lebanon Sunday Messrs Will ONan Wallace RogersCb ristppher Hertlein and A R Shultz were m Lebanon Sunday J Mr Geo Hahn of Tacoma ill is at the bedside of his bro ther Mr Zay Hahn who is very ill with congumption Mr W E Leachman was iin Louisville Tuesday Messrs JohnS McElroy jind Jack McChord of Central TJni versity Uarry Shultz JPariker Medley 3 Shader and Ben F Simms of St Marys Colllege spent Easter ai home Mrs W F Trusty and chi dren are visiting her mother Mrs Alice Miller of New Hopje Mr pwt n Ellis of Woodlawn is in tqwn on business o flowers and Plants =I wi be in Springfield county court dayi with flowers and plants Ged R Mattingly You have occasional trouble from indigestion such as sour stomach telchiiiff of gas sour risings and veek etomach should not dela a moment to help the stomach digest the ford for all these ailments an noting both to yourself and others are caused simply by undigested food in the stomach Kodol for Dye ept sia and Indigestion taken occasion ally will soon relieve you of all the elinple kstoraach ailments that you iiKrbave but whlchymay be more t1cc Pry K dbl toda and takeitim our garntee We know It will do wbat we sayit w1l1ido It- sold by The Red Crois DrujStdn J Administrators Sat As administrator of tile estate of Mrs Mollie E Drane deceaaed iI will offer for sale at her resi dence in Texas TRy on Saturday J4April 24 t909- at 1 30 oclock prfjLto the highest and best bidder all of her Eopsehold and Kitchen Furniture Will also at the Rame time rent the Residence and Garden to the highestbidder if not rented pri vately bbfore that date Terms made known on day of sale WOJCLAYBROOKE Administrator For a ear R entcr The residence on Main Cross Stre recently occupied bYDr Smock Apply to- Mis Fanny Wall We often wonder how any person can be persuaded into taking any thing but Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung tibuble Do not be fO Jed into accepting own make or other substtutes The genuine contaies no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package HINTS FOR FARMERS Pigs on Pasture f The spring litters should be provided with a good clover pasture and In ad dition be given a moderate grain ration enough to maintain a steady rap Id growth writes an Ohio farmer in the National Stockman Clover alone Is just about a maIntenance ration and little If any growth can be secured on a grass ration alone The grass ration Is all tight as far as It goes but the pig cannot consume and digest enough to make any considerable growth ow Ing to his small stomach which In the pig Is the smallest of any domestic an mal of like weightIA given amount of grain will make double the pork with clover that It will In winter or dry lot feeding and as the price of gnUri has been high for some time and is likely to continue so the successful growen of hogs In tht future Is the one who summer feeds on a clover pasture Dairy Feeding Experiment The Wisconsin experiment station is trying out the pianTbt feeding dairy cows as many pounds of grain daIly per cow as she produces pounds of butter fat during the kor seven times as niuch grain as the amount of fat produced dally The cows receive as much bay and silage as they will eat up clean usually requiring twenty five to fortythree pounds of silage pnd three or four pounds pf hay dally The results of the experiment will prove interesting It is generalIrcorio ceded that It Is impossible to deter mine upon any hard sad fast rule in feeding cows or for that matter any other animal The successful feeder is he who can vary his feed according to the animals requirement and ability to return a profit on the feed con lumed f Fertilizer For Potatoes r The old tradition that potatoes art peculiarly hungry for potash cannot be stamped out But it Isnt true This 1s a fact many times demonstrated Muchpotato land is deficient most of all In phosphor acid That Is the first need In the fertilizer phosphoric acid should run high Some land well ma nured or clovered1 needs only phosphorus Where a complete fertilizer pays try one high In this one element Do not use too much nitrogen It makes big vines but does not put the big tubers In the hill If manure has been used try 400 or 500 pounds of acid phosphate or steamed bone per acre and eighty pounds sulphate of potash At any rate try some carrIer of phosphoric acid Use It freely Na tional Stockman Barley and Oats Mixed iI Barley and oats grown as a mixed cr pat the Ontario experiment station gave In 1907 the highest yield of grain 1079 pounds per acre where tour pecks of each were used per acre The mixture of Manshury barley and Dan beney oats has been found to ripen well together and to producea large yield of grain The results with crop mixtures of twelve and eight kinds of gram in combinations made up of uniform weights of seed or of quanti ties In the same proportion as when the crops are grown separately showed the supremacy of Manshtiry six rowed barley when used In this way In the average of plx years work and the results of twentyfour tests thjs variety represented 176 per cent In the mix ture The CoWand Silage Why should good milk rcsujt from sour smelling silage and poor milk from onions If a very thin slice of onion turnip or cabbage is examined under a high power magnifying glass the tissue will be seen filled with minute drops of a sulphur oil which Imparts the peculiar odor and flavor The system of a cow tries to burn up and get rid of all that would Injure the milk but these sulphur oils are among the most difficult to eliminate from the system and unless fed In small quantities will produce n bad effect on the milk On the other band the odor and taste of silage are con uected with the acicjs of fermentation which are easily destroyed by the cow Denver Field and Farm f Poultry Notes Protect your fowls from the differ ent pests Wee4 out your poultry the same as your garden Few fowls can do well when roost Ing In tree under all conditions The Importance of grit should be recognized by every one having fpwls A stumbling block over which many fall is in undertaking to breed too many different varieties Tkere are tttee Important factors 110 getting eggsgood hens roper lur roundlngs and suitable feed Rebuke A chill dark autumnal morning A breakfast table with an overcrowded tribe of clamorous children A wor tied mother and an Irritable father muttering something about no decent elbow room A small chlldiipliffs solemn eyes from 1iip9te and says Hadnt oneof us ttetdle1JOn don Academe ljl i I 1 4 Pt t IrII- ii II j 1 r r Make J 4 4 taSpeflaIly VI o + rt y tF IILadiesi s ReadytoI Y t K T i I III I 6e found very pleasing in both IIwill Style and Value ialow prices are now being madeM on Ladies Lingerie Waists MusUri Un ISilk Petticoatsi Wrapprv IIderwear f t Stylesin Ladies t I and Children Footwear I i Handjs See the new things in Corsot Hotf j r r 1 IIObrtSOll INCORPORATED Ciaybrookc t CtC J F 1sIf r r44444 4 Buy Good Confections f IThat is the only lgad to bsfsA inour place for we widiw seIveionthefrchniaactpJ w quahfyof our IFiaits Candies and ClkeSPiFreSb Bread Baktd Diilj 7 y j i l I r l f At our soda fountain 1If a pripared at alltims t Hr t t drinks Cocat Cola HJtt Isc t Iat etc j Weierve Meals in the I j k t good old home style 11 fii t t llertleinsConiecUoiwiy t i KATIE ttEITLEW 4 1Prss Y ic 44 4 tt i == t Ir 1s 1sI1sPumps P mp Ps S f f l i I i1ffI 8 I O I CLHateheit AMAII co They now have a new line acef tII a them cheap They also crryln J L s line of IE 3 J f HARDWAA I such as man boxesi cibsstutandpn4 k i saws any brand made Farneri t1s- I fof all kinds Also one of the bgst ln+ j of STOVES ever in the to fn of Spring r field Besureto alt and gtrIces i I rr r e guarantee our a rir hi Work I 0 Ill t6fffiffI 4IpS4PJnd f17IPCIItA hI j wui j Lj J i DLTRES3- t i r I i i tj i ijiI y ttBiriMtN f if Ivry 1iiy here bto MZl9 08 IJM JIt ts I or ytsy- r stbsocIidot mb4 at any tine 4 1tt 7 nrib t fc TIt 1 hirnies prprstion- t l i rtj iJtilU II aad sseoi ir stoeoach lye i Mstbiwist l W7osr dot tenipt you mffldce 1a pjf r e taftdtrm ydwratooMich or if y i 1 WWxirtlHina Mtii a rngn- 7s i IEisMoi + Ask jot Prsot for a 50 Ppsa Dippin and L bik S iI4il afc sapper i fcooifiit TtMH0 will be mo aoui IS4 J7 i iMiMfti BO bftkbiaf of nodifest 1 M food iiixed withi acid no cd tach as or bdartburtf jEull f j for IMMTJ Jthig in the Tiuh Kaiiita DebiliUting Ii iitailaeku I DiktBlii or luteeti aSt ftiH IIC1W iUilIOt fc a 4 buidii ffh re wilL be n- Or j ir food en o vw ia tile stow Nt f0J Mik to fowoa joar breath withi t 1 1udo1si J PajKa DiIJ piptin ii a certain I fr + writ io all atoiaach misery be I S U i4 will take hold of youi t JIcMi addg4 ltist the s tj i 1Mif jcmc liMffiacb wasub there w Actoal J prompt relief for all 5 TMcwfttQMaeh jaiaer j iis at youi Plwrmftciit waiting for you 4 IiTtMNMlarK 50 cent cas J6 cpn- tlaiiif ics4ht uficitmt to cire i 1tse of Djp pia or lodiges- ttoa i = slid arWwks- g Lt M4de all aet1eat i4 i11tJbetweeb tbe dtew t krasIiek t1is artkMke its Lf ii write Fraak A PH1 formerly kom l s etacy jee ea t at the Beyal Veeuvkua i ktrrat My coBcerateg the Heeclna t ft ortbikyfa tIM Ceatary Let HS 1 k MUM the Act that jU Vt6e population CtlMM eMita kal beeti ten times as v Javf tbe dlcatttr wold have been J crii aafacly greater while the hy4jt rlipt akt we ld have remained the I MMM aAi t M Mill sore Interestmg tJf tsd ot these rubbl ih jJ MlltddL alatft aney bad been en t tfc e ttettke18 wktbavew- MteYerMJ rite earth i jieaka Ua reailBtic theMme Year t WI laws were pissed prohibitiBg the p tMwctio t kowmi bavlag more than 1 t WO fteriM tat avartee led to the bsit till thagy structures Wkkk woaid accoamedate many fam Jjiea IIi briar the owners a goodly JWital 4ystktwas1nawell m tei 5fa efaaUc arta where quakes a4aant6Hj IMIt 4 tIN hew jVtt tare yo lItoi11o with all J5 t1rHkei a glrlupon see 4pv MC Mr H porlBg ever an MOTI 15 IIt ot pWtal cards Wfre golBg to tire TOM a postal hewec M fcte birthday A pesta1 rtewerl matS that akeI teC1L t k C dMM Dont yoa kDow2We tSJ7 we kaew 1elJea4 frIS i ctspati1a to ear Tktfm on a fI tertalllM3 ud alp them aU with t 4Cr t ss New IBToM e- It1t Mfv Lertegly Molly Ten 4ri7 lS etec To r OWE Ruby You Mfkt as wett pick oat tome While I 7Mi e here I wIll sin yoa his ad 9MAy Mtl1l oAce address tMsthbeit part ot it WJ WrihdayNew hHB p J Weiwwe Qlevet I 5 Iarec etdlrrceca elBf Scotland tt WM tcfHSM that a lady searching c liiior nwWa trunks fount 200 pairs JJienewm oW gloves therein UAtffead eekl a dealer anent thl ghsppenIhg ft tent unusual for a wo iii of fashion to have 200 pairs o fleree At thele ef the Duchess n IotjyUbg over 2000 pairs M goodVM ew Were Ptit up JL e aej a4ea are cheaper abroad Oril thece ye lip y a dollar for m I particle tbat wevtd cost you two and t Vinlt h re luteukte from that for Jp We ien incline to go In more f1- I8aad boots too than we do TbeSlereigB wean Is likely to be bet ter gloved and booted than her Amerl eatt Philadelphia Bulletin 4 i t i BLOODWelve fcy r b4ood and on it We tiirive or stirvc as our JIIo rickorpQOr 1ere is ibo1gehietohveonorby WhSR strength is fuIland- jpfcfe Jtft we are being re ct frsshedbone muscle and t Jbody and mind with jo Htow oC rich blood 3Mbeth KiinbyspirIs no- raouIgSssiirwt1s sleep itMtllepi wt itarvedj our blood ki s t poor ere k Ittic MtriaeM J M- LL Bfcck M5 tkdli food rkb Wji f rrcbiaod t a 4rf mN gI1 4 fti iLthe ole body 1i aDd o w aIat = rels1sd pr I L1teW wv U 7 yjgMAN AD FASHION f lDrsbcIkdbtfagBoa was exhibited by MM Liz beta La White at tbe opealng of tk dressmakers convention at 1- aiI temple JfeTf York JftwaraParl Ikn gowBipf ecclesiastical design kar lag buttons IB tadt1erec was such a battoay effect on all the exhlb Ik that wkea several inquisitive men waaderei teto the exhibition and be GOWN WORN BY KIM WSTSE held their wives take a fancy to the gowns with the many hundred button they tIed In dismay This style of gown Is said to have met with success in Paris If it be- COmes popular In this country It will serve to relegate Colonel Hooker to the background for even with tile most nimble fingers and with of a button book it takes over thenldI to button tIe dress- Tbebuttofisbegln at the neck and wander up and down finally ending with a flourish at tile end of the train The particular gown with 500 buttons was made of Salome sUkIThe Question of Collars There has been so much talk about the elimination of tile turnover linen collar that girls ore Interested to know Just bow the matter stands The shops say they have sold as many tilts sea son as ever before but the wide pref erence IIs given to tile transparent col tar The stiff mannish one no matter how handsome has been relegated to second place Irish lace real orn imitation and point de venlse which is a filet t lace smnrtItouch to any kind of blouse The stock of the material is in high fashion and gives a dressier look ton blouse than a color does In the cause of cleanliness It should be detached that it may be sent to the wash after a days wearing- If a girl adopts the fashion of stocks rather than collars she should make two at least for each blouse The Ultra New Hat In the millinery openings the hat shown in the sketch has a dominant place That it is ugly no onedoubts Tbatltlsf fashionable every one ac cepts This one Is of ecru straw rath er loosely plaited and open It is lined with pink silk as it Is quite the fash f venT ilvu SKART lon to put a colored lining in a straw hat of open weave There Is a wreath of wide open pink roses at the base With Tery title foliage between them It the left front is a scanty bin k aigrel taught under one of the jroserf This bat Is worn without a veil and has a false crown which goes straight across- the hat with a slight opening in the center yifjder Skirta In Vogue Skirts all show a tendency to widen this effect being obtained either by panels of narrow plaits running to the waist In front or back or In godet told set In at Intervals around the bottom In one model these folds which arc formed of a pointed piece of material with bias edges are repeated at the bottom of the long redingote each fold being braided In heavy soutache hi ide CODventJonnrpattern He Got His Papers While Justice Martin J Keogh wai holding court at Carmel Putnam coun- tY recently be took up a f w natural zation cases One of them amused thE court The applicant was Ludovlco oi some name like that He approaches the judge with the air of one who wai tully prepared to present hjs quallflca lions for citizenship The judge hav Ing plenty of time on his hands th he would test the appll ran Ugbtftbnl of affairs and be be Well my good man do you know ii whose presence younreT Yes your honor was the reply am before the judge Andbow does the judge get here Hes ele te bytbe people 4Mith Q e fllOeIeCt thl- OTetJtOeaHpresliHilU Qh no 8lrj was the proinpt reply Tfc Republicans attend tQ that Tcm sri quite correct said th j4frsmHlBf ly M he signal the paper Mtw Tork Tribune 1 W m Chestnut EateNo3291O f Foaled 1900 This horse ugaln sowed his superiority over other Stallions llast year in his ownclass and in sweepstake classes defeating all the prominent Stallions in the ad 1stake1 claimed by some to be the best in the State have beenI shown but not one of these have ever won a tie blue or red All familiar with his braeding know he has more high priced colts already to his credit than any horse now in countyand yet a young horse Chastnut Dare com blues the blood of the Chester Dares and iiief families He is sired byOhester 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Drinkers DrennollC20 To Insure a Living Colt 1 Noble Denmark No 64Q This handsome and handsomely bred cpjV will serrve a limited number of mares at 1 2J Toinsure a Living Colt He is sired by the great show horse and breeder High land Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by the cham IIIpionship saddle horse Thornton Htar 2d darn by the show stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of a Montrose mare This stallion is not Only well bred but a fine individual proving himself a winner last year as a two yearo1 and also afc a yearling He has great actiofa for a youngster I a good step and the making of a great saddle stal1ion Qonsidering the breeding qualities of both of his sire and dam and hs own fiinsh and conformation he is to rank am6ngthe best as a sire sureII Hackney Boy Hackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands high ahprseofj good conformation large flat bone and one of the hack type He Is 5 years old and his fistcolts are all IIney He is sired by Old County Member 1st dam by t Moltke 2d dam by Varick He will make the seasonI 4At10 To Insure a Living ColtII again thank the breeders for their patronage and ask for continuous Of same of same in thi and adjoin- mg counties Mares pastured at 150 peli month Mare i bred to either stallions or Jacus when traded off or parted with the season is positively due and must be settled B B Leachman 1 i RFD 3 Springfield Ky t FACTS IN FEW LINES The popuratfon of Russia is Increas- Ing at the rate of 2500jOOO per annum In the last half century Japan his recorded more than 2TOOO earth quakes myl1tion Is taore than 8pal lent In Egypt as well as in southern Ku rope the olive crop jis a failure Asia Minor bad about Half a crop Owing to the scarcity of whales the whaling industry is dying out Only 150 are now caught cadi year Recent excavations Mexico have brougbt to light the remains of a mnH who it is stated must have been ill teen feet tall The Bulgarian spbranje has voted to ngeIMackenzie river in British North America Is five times as large as the United Klngdoont ti There are only two automobiles in the Turkish city of Salonlkl and the use of a motor car outside the cjlty lim its is Impracticable Accordions rattles tin whistles und bugles were recentlyused as weapons bf obstruction in the Austrian parlia ment The debate was postponed There is only one day In the year on which the Inhabitants of Monte Carlo are allowed to gamble at the casino tables That day is tbe Prince of Mo nacos birthday Mongolia with ton area of 1307953 square miles has a population of only 2580000 whereas Manchuria with only 30370Q square miles has a pop julatidn of 50QOOO Rioting has been r common lin the neighborhood Of the Chinese city ol Amoy following the refusal of natives to obey an order prohibiting the plant ing of opium poppies The Spanish cabinet has accented the British bid of 40000000 for the construction of the new Spanish squatll ron subject to some modifications ol plans on the part of Spain r A single dealer In Madrid sells nn nually 30000 larks finches and other small birds for foodl anti the total number tb consumed is estimated nt a million In that city alone In Europe at the time of the French revolution there were only twentyen cities of over 100000 Inhabitants Now there are 160 such and fiftyfive ot them have over 250000 Inhabitants In Europe a first class peanut oil it the most highly esteemed of vegetabli oils after olive oil It is also used Ii the manufacture of butter substitutes The low grade oils are used for soap Orie of tiio functions of the Salvntloi Army In liidtia Is to teach nntlyes tu Improved hand looms Iayingthea ut once They are soon abl 1useearn up to 5 a month a big sum ii M Paul Woifskel professor of mathematics at Darmstadt has Institute a prize of 25000 as an Inducement rediscover the famous tiiqprcm of Far nfjft vhlch has been lost for over tw centuries American Mhilster Rocili111 ntPe kin probably will be a special am bassador of this country nt the funern fon May 1 of the late emperor of China l whoseVbody Is now In a tempornr resting place The Vienna College of Physician will celebrate the centenary of thi death Auenbrugger the Inventor percussion on May 18 A marble me aibrlal tablet wlIJbc placed on tin house In which he died i AmjJutating a hprses leg at the fet ockJ61nt Prq63or Udrlskl of thi vetcrlnarir schoorat Bucharest has w placed the pst portion with ri Men the artificial Jeg that enables the uuimn to walk dbintand take exercise The geolbglcal survey has formal Jcnled thfr tatenient going the round that Its esp rts hind decided that one fourth of Afaskji was a coal field Th latest official estimate is that there an about 24000 square mllejJNof coal area hi that country John Burns prpsldent of th locq unv rnlnsr 11111rdot Lojidn wwwreuoy grHnua funds up to S782GCo nutI loaned 50000000 at a low rate d interest for use In starting public works on 4200 Improvement schemes In order to give employment to the un employed Lat year 12554 women registered in Boston to vote for school Twentynine years agu connultteet liege of votlnj lit these wusi lirstgrantcU to women Only 9QO registered and for the following nine years the pversige was only a little over 1000 The govnnimint of Mexico has voted an appropriation of 50030 for a monl umont to a humble hereHJesus Gar 11Y11 and liaufed It out of Nacazarl Mexico1 He saved tile town from disaster but was blown to pieces himself I PnlmerIdrew seventy tons th6 One winning dra ying only about 200 pounds more than the defeated one Each ton of wire had to be handled six times and each titan netted niiVe than 30 Booker T Washington was born near Hales Ford Va about 1850 Ills moth er was a slave in the Burroughs lam ily where she was known as Jane Bur roughs Her husband lived on n neighboring plantation Booker Washington was educated nt Httmplon Institute Virginia where he graduated In 1875 He taught there until he was selected head of the Tuskegee institute which he organized Pneumonia Lecturing at the Harvard Medlcol school Dr Elliott P Joslln declared that pneumonia was the most fatl malady In Boston In 190S claiming 3000 victims heart disease ranking second In this regard and the white plague coming third Pneumonia af fects all ages and about 25 pcf cent of the cases result fatally It is iiot usa ally contracted from a cold as is gen erally supposed said Dr Joslln but de velops from bad physical or hygienic conditions and from exposure It ls contagious Ii that one may catch It by breathing in the atmosphere where tksro is a prfeumonla nrttlpnt in ithc vl clnlty f Eu1eP FitsS J 4rwa cured of a very It batl case of epilepsy vvitji Dr Miles Nervmc1 MRS D BAKER Clevelanda My little daughter whovas afflicted with St Vitus Dance is liqw entirely well after taking 1Dr Miles Nervine only four months MRS C G BENNETT Alma Mich r VitusIous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with r Dr Miles Nervine that it is reasonable to conclude that it Is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases ofa severe type persistent use has almost invariably resulted in a complete worthImany times the cost cf the rem 1edy The best videnceyou can f get Qff its merits iis to w itc1t9 those wHo fiave used JtGet a bottle from your druggist Take l it all according to directions and I If it doesnot benefit Ke will re urn your moneyJr rw VDftlLJhMn PDtJII 17J RJWEVaDl qT8 SO JlzL 0i TN CoNMERci BRRNOHESiiCL UJIKtT TEl lMJ1fYAitETAVUT ftEAIfllrut U5QNS IN BOOJKEEPIlI BY MW GRADUPtTES SECURPOSFrtONSC1JOUR PVEP WRITE JtowrADDRESs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Bowu ujtg 100000000 X X OOOOOOOOOO The afest and Quickest Way i1o r2 Transfer JIVlorrey OZ i f Tr BY LOflgDistahcb 8V f TetepliQn o ss 8 For Rates apply to Local Manager g Cumborlandd telephone A felegraPbli CompaDyi g I INCORPORATED cocck Q J- OOOOpO ihP0 CXKKKX 6O ih 32ASON booTHE ENGLISH IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION Glassmore Prince No 10013 E H SB hese stallions will inabe the season of 1909 at Rayview better known as tile Foster Ray plactiOD the Danville and Lebanon pike one and from Lebanon Ky Glassmoor Prince ii No100L2EHSBr Sire Copalder Bonny Gabriel l No8105 he iis by Stovr Gabriel 5416 Damoas mor Sue 18821 byAccIdent 3d 4103 ZinchesiloneofLimbsansi works his shoulders with lots elf speed He is closely relatedito the grta show mare ILldred owned ay Miss Bddfjprd of Connecticut and his sire Cop ldei BQnn Gabriel sold for 58000 GLASSMORE PRINCE has already proven to be a great show horse- winningflrst 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 colored think they will be mostlY tfavs and sorrels Fee 25 to Insure a Living Colt t I1EJ REX NOJI17 Sire Rex Peavine No 1776 he by Rex McDonald 833 het by Rex Den mbydam by Kavanaughs tray Eagle Ifandshighshort back extra bone and jnuscle and his head and tall style is great He gaitwithcanterWhenputtheRex Peavine he 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 fivcgaited mare defeating not only mares but mares stallions and mpiJnwalkand sold for5OOQMat Dobens whole areallpricesLookbesttntheIFee 20 To Insure a giving ColttI LEXINGTON PRINCE by0WashingtonLexington2ndhandshighhalfbrothertotheup g Fee 10 To Insure a Living Colt Our Black Jack i 4H Will stand at 10io Insure Living Colt v tThis Jack has whIte Points and an extra good one V 1tJUonsbrbtradeyou to spect them before booking yqunnares Mares traded attimeMaresftomi receIveouror escapes C T Bohon Lebanon Ky rSardous Unpublished Plays Snrdous xecutohs have fOllmf tour unpublished plays among lib aipers One of them Isa four net iflny written In collaboration with Ango Gakfownr for a Londoi theater The other three consist of the Ilibretto Corn comic opera entitled The Feast on the Nile a dramatic comcdyl In four nets acts and Mme Talllcn a tragwlf In five acts All these three works of which the first will le produced dur ing the present year were written In collaboration with Emile Mprcnu New York Herald j The Waste of Wood It has been estimated thnt the luIIs 23000000000 cubic feet while the growth of tile forest is only 7000000 feet lu other words Americans nil over the country ore using more than three times ns much woWl as the forests are producing The figures are based Upon a large number of state nud lopal reports Collected by the gov eminent and upon actual measure ments Cows Milk For Foals Cows milk Is often used with advan tdge in feeding foals says Qraugc Judd Farmer Foals sqfferlng from diatom per cannot always take solid food sat isfactorily and may be nurtured on cows milk The foal may bti taught to drink by pourlug It upon the grain teed The young thing eats the mole tened feed and by tipping the ijnn soon learns to drink the separated milk To Keep Up Fertllityti Unless tho farmer Is prepared to br commercial fertilizers ln mUst ion manure on his farm and must there fore keep some kind of live stock heat lug some fair relation In number to the size of his farm Remedy For Manga In Pigs Wash the pigs thoroughly with a 3 pet cent solution of creilsi or other cost tnr product and repent every other day for three or four times I = r Just Tolerable v Concerning n cortnln time serving Washington elefgnmn ofXvhem a visitor was one day expressing a harsl estimate President Lincoln said I think you are rather hartl on Jlr lie ramiiHls cf r en 1t ItMiofs wh was arrestcKl for passing a counterfeit bilk Tie arfmlrt tkni he hid taken to a DHHV astvr to Know It It was I joodblll Well whit was tho reply We cubtor1 akt t itewyr Wh Vva lv iy nswerF1 Ue prtootMr he san it WM a jwetty 1CIIb5 rGptab1sorto- CaIiIlI Ir T4111lcln twlit t1Q qlQttYmnr jyiretty teni 1rttll ort n plprg iriSli IAtCbs Range tWiio tiiul Iie Iit4 luukLnglittl bov with dirt over face lie w lIt child of thn nsrO- nnir wlio lives over y iY 2i IsjKT Cc ic r cnny Ittii Uame and tell your father he doesn eed ills ttefcscoper If he wants to Be spots on the son Baltimore Amen Olin SI WeAskYou to take Cardul for your ieiiial troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female iem- edyItARDUL II- has 6rouht relief to ttousands of other sickl women so why not t- oyouFcr headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many hav said itIs the but medicine to take K Try ittI Sold in This CityF3 7 zit wat Whatx t j You wart of the food you net t itodo1lwin d gt tYou need a Bufflclent amount of good whojeson e food and taore than this you need fully digest It Else you cantjgain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach If itJa weak v Ypu must eat lIrordertbUv and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requIres thatyo eat a SUmo lent amount of food regularly T Cut this food mUt bo digested Sat Pitmustbe digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will Irp the stomach YJie proper way to do is Jo eat whdtTou want and let Kodol digest the food iNothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help youpust help It by giving it mat and Kodol nil do that SOLD BY RED lRC f SanNate6 2125I ing May 210 i J 215J San and bowel Our Cuarant Goo tpurchaaa dollar ot J56 receive anybenefiii row using the tctlra bottle MM gintwWtoyowItboitqestto ut y Wew111pythsdrMt1pd the piircbss4brsi apjpUea Ib ths onlrto bkit OM We notiItisuils an unless w piteiI7 Kdol wll JQrSS Itfwotdd bankrupt ev Thedoflarbttleoattss w much as bMi MMa f XOIOUS isisithIepwtss-of 0 Cbr cay SS DRUU 9REifL 4 jj Doilt Heal KitchenA11the Jfag be ooe as wefl New Perfectk Wick 81m Flame Oi1Coosec at the coevl or jnoi ByugcNwPctJoaOfl IJof ovceatod kitehcn kCDtiIdraaJ I I NEWlPERFECTON iOtI Wick Blue Flame Oil Coot JJ ensuresqtiickwoekandacook4cn The Ncw Jrhas a substantial TOP lot ynntoor ptotes aad luwf ingf food hot after it h cooked Abo drop Aervti cSset small cooking1 utensHs erery coavcaie cc evck ii for holding towels three sizes Cabedr iror without Cabinet Top Dotat yr slua write our neavest J ThRzjMj1powerful Ji bt and fcarat ior wkfc f coaveakat jurt wkit ticrYieM aN II wkk ypuc dealer write ouracp STANDARD OOL AWY1 IeesC PV = SAN BRf Kfi c 1 trial 216 I 4tHalf brother g Neede trial 209 Tro Wbtoniltabout f hands Coaled 1903 1 f Record 2 13X Srebf 22 includ r andiz l Jennie L tr pam of NeddieCon ortr 209 Sifter tr 2i4i4 san Breaker U- 216J sister n a a a a uMca w f t L larg 0 family fcoil offer j what v fifty DeWittt r 5 e may o a best r aSw1 f f hClj f 4 Kzdca agency Safe t s Cqnnor Ip Earl Simmons 2744 J Record 228 1 Sire bfcI38 dams 62 iMoorist9i t f Nutbreaker2952 Recotd224 + Sire tfuthcarer tool etc dams Dulce tor 208 etc Victopia BismarK Dam Baisilca 221i na RptIp 227U are te 1 dr rt of da tb l J oei 17 aa 1 OHR sot of of of of OegeWi1tSSir Qf Black Ja eky i iIate4ea o sa Zl83i4ci SWt Iakga t SIresfda1onta13MaMLbycMrg iDoes2l j i- NatwoodlUS S lrire ol17t b Abet f VGreat1Htrk 3S t SIrof31Mdt2 f 61 NaannlloOCIILltI VN MATED 21255 record 4i1ij sire of 22 Includjaf May Earl 240- trial 205 Silver I15J Abe J 210 Who KaowslllX IsMy 1 Reel 213 Dutchlahd2 15M Hutcbcraf 217 Ji aM PtterTakr 2181 etc sn of Simmons 228 and Moonstone 228l dan of 4 bySoHia 2 24 second dam Maid dam of Minnie Sisoe lttj tcl sy Vilke5IiSJENNIE L dam ofNeddle trial2j9fChtcJ2 was rtpatd Iin 1902 sister of Baseilea 227 Herdam Victoria Birtiauikv also M1 dUcedResCUe22Th NT3TBREAKER2S52 rcord224 of Nutbearer 209 fWilflathsstakeandValflUt Han Cup 19ro Boetta 211JhKW rr21 others ilDd the dam of Dulce Con tIC ftcar Brook Curry tmfeiiwBt JcfmA Isi 1 J i Sanreaker in condition is a great show torss He iit jeeIt iraitid goO headed dont pull dont hir loveS company and is pedeiltl1 manneied He will race wherehehas a trial has ja perfect isjMthJo in and J ofte stall Over the road he is perfect afraid of aothiajj easily controlled perfect manners and a nice smooth pliable horse lit every way Bred the best line and should prove a good stouk horse Brdjrfc Crw trained this horse last season and sent hinr thl abovetrial He ihlefciJMt could havodriven him in 212 He loves company and reranLkiw M IMMK ta as I ever Think him areat progpect QveragyVhfcd t kath San Breaker will mak the aeasouof 3909 jtg ciyfiiijiiisl 1 FaifJSr Ufids at J i f 202 JoJSnr6a L1Yll Coltl tjl ini I I atu r red to handle irorpes RkW patrOnag tki d IIYour 50upNLWJcMI L Jfnock r is a man yhOLflt see good in anv jer ndrKltJg Its hibitcausea h a tisotdered liver If yOu 6n4 that you beginning tQ see things through blue ipectades treat your liver to Rood cleanIng put with BallaidsHerblne Assure cure for constipation dyspepsia 1t1iKa ttdniBicJt headache iUos eip all jiver mach aod troubles by Red CrS5 Dfugr Store f d1 Irt- iDl wM t 4r Jf hoeestfyy OI afttfr bottlf This offer bottte tear 1 Ih nccMfitry cuifc raay CABINET H IM pO JII U Da W Y Boaay Do1is VIctr Flash McIi S Jt Finch Montana George Connor sirs wiwr and24 LJ really j right in hotse drove at 41 p process at Sold SIi iaaUii daaa Alice 1I UII tT If j lHPeopis pata k U hsulltg- hsv soe 1l 1y d = that sap tILe vitality w1dhstr t ally low tl o5d af I1 iasy Reriedt eOcNCta aA b t BbJes st1 tl te tstores tregtk od nbr It M p uric acid tidets qstftheRIlnc the kidetys iti tMqr will stasIS M ttvewrtc act4t thalfeLUc Is ikciJM Jjtf sctes a i5oiatf caiiBt rbeutl si fe aolM by Haiydoa A BoMaftKi J tr 3 DeWittsMay4VIk J FORBACKACWL