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LJChaJrter N9J j tts ver J aecd Tisdak vt priIie1d Councl ki 52 meen o n I4v isttrtkMonday J i oJ Tn s1AcAiuEs Meet ai tit fFOlEYE S p 11QNEYM0TAF II- TIlt iriginil It IIJTlB8nr f csi tkroat and IHBC MO O9it KoulcololicV TI So4deYcywiser it J TI JIs ia trc IhititUtI Prsv t nly y t p OrOh r T 7 d TJThLi T M3WST =r LEADEIatjr i i Winl O1ERVM1ONS t t was ANEl TBRPRISING OFFICIAL rfjtnycounty Can past pfanj flC1 who does more in theo cijsQHftrife of his tity thati hetst xeqjjired tdd iiIt is Wa hincton unty Avhitjli has suchan Qificialta Init efficrniit jailer Mr george oat v I TheJ ticuJar in whiqh most iersare lax iin tie discbarg6 thett dutyis in properly atw nding tbe eounty property go- ii6gs which with a little labor Ve uki be pne at the right timep satingi considerable moneyte thecounty IB the way of repaitis loft i ndone causing deter ve ratipu ntpe vllUeof the building land great financial to the county Courthouses ca hastily ana carelessly swept wi- nsequently waking a poor ap- jearanc6 In very feVnGstances in count ryltowqs Jffaqy tijon paid to beautilyiqg the a thous grounds Too many il rzr afraid tb do anytbipgw which they eeLceno pay g- tsimp1do what the llorquires ands affy thatII fieTheWashingtonare looked ftfoyOii nel the is a custodian in the real riey senge of the word Thi court i house and adjacent buildings are ill kept in repair and the c pqi tioiis are as sanitary as pdsible- Machimproyement is being made in the appearance of the iourthoujse yard at the present ime Most of the old elms which the jailer has striven hard with only partial success for of- veraPyears f to save from the ststhat nave attacked themic fhane been removed and tnafrle trees planted in their se d The yard has been sQd led andA presentsa beautiful velvety lawn This improvement is done for j e county without coat on its part an Vefiects credit oh the- untynd its 1Ddu triousjail r inv Baby Show in S Jrlnlfield W Couldssafc to say that the healthiest ba r 4esJ can Jbp healthy wbot fromtworms and most babies dd and nnless tty are kept fro from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge ActEllquickly yet mildlyis its own prtafive Mothers dont attempt to tVt EyE l Chicken is a Marvel Preble county Ohio has freak lowl owned by Prank Dine a farmer It is to all ap arancesa rooster of th black fMinorcathree weeks this rooster has laid eggs The eggs have bee I exhibited over the community beIngrno of them the same size or shape One looks like a minia tdre tenpin another is the shape of a half moon one like a stuffr ed sausage and still looks like a greatly enlarged capsule TUe fowl is apparent ly healthy and the occurrence has produced quite a great d6al of merriment no one belieying tie story until the goods werI eJgsycob tain a yelk Words to Freeze the SoulI Your spa faas consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blev lns a leading merchant of Spring field NC by two exp 7onea lung specialist shown KingS the New wonderful rtdoctQrs1I three weeks u eu 11ou1d11 Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest Jsurest cureof desperate Lung diseases on earth 50c and JlOC The Haydon and tisfactlonTrial I Noted Teacher Passes Away Kichmond Ky April 14 Special Dr Rune Neville Boarkv president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School of this city and one of the most widely kuown educators in the Middle Wettdiecl at noon today at the Good Samaritan Hdspital Qipcinnaii DiD his 5th year where lIe had been under treg t nt Jfor4he iaS t th ee jn Vn tjhs suffering from a breakdown due v r ifR f I Dr Roark was born at Green c ville Ky May 19 859 He educated in the Greenville i Academy and in the National omaI University at Lebanon where hevwas graduated in h MarYDIj ught for several years in his alma mater In188J5f he estab lished ilie Glasgowl Norm t School at G asg fKy JwIerep pherematasseeeteddnO t the peda wgioaldepaitmetitiofState sity at L ih tdn vln thisa sitiort ha remained for seven n years He wastheauihrof some rY tpppular leathers profes I sionall bQoks vGhJef among tthese Iis his PaychQlbgy in Edu tIon which has had a Very 1e sale His pthcr books are Economy in Education Meth in Educationi and General Outline of Pedagogy During the the spring1 everyone ouldb benefitted by taking Foleys i4ney Remedy It furnIshes a needed tonic to the kidneVa nfter the extra strain of winter and it puri s the blood by stimulating thej 1id and cauSin them to erniIatc Impurities from it F61ey6 KidA Remedy imparts neV life and- aydouancRobrtson Tigorj Plleasint to tiilce Soldbyt I Commissioners SaletI d John H Gordeni Admr ofW W iHlll etQ PlfTs vs Itf Equity a Austin Hill et al E fts By virtue of aiJudgnjiBnt and Border sale of the Washington Circuit Court Tendered in the above styled p use at the February term 1909 of i8 said court I will offer for sale attbetCourt House door iaiSpribgfield MONDAY APRIL 2619D9- t24 oclock pmi thereabout to tthehighestupofia credit of 6 and 12 months the t following described property towito Two certain trc4 or parcels f of land lying and being in Wash ogtoniaterst bounded as follow Tract No beginning at a corner to John Bird Samuel Mattingly and- arOline Murphy thence with the Carohhe Murphy linetoJ osh Bird line therfGI with the Josh Bird line to amutl Mat tingly lin thence with Samuel VJattingly line to the beginning containing 15 acres more or less Tract No 2 adjoining ract No1 and bou faded as fol Ou the north by c the lands of Preston Prather on tjhe ast by the lands of Robert Thompson on the West by the JIAIBteedingmore less Said tracts will old separately For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest Iron date of13aleuntUlaid an4 having the Bid ers Tvill be required wto comply promptly with these terms M G LBACHMAN MCW CC Nit 1MoyerArnoI4aEnterprise buggiesi for sale They stand for all that can be- rasked for in the buggy line Mca gul wagons Disk Harrow Planters Tobacco Setter and the American Field Fence the best 1field fence cn the market in all sizes from the 55inch face made in No 7 top and bottom and No 9 intermedial wire nd stage in the 26 inch hog fence and the best poultry fence on the market at 40 cents pet rod tA 0 KIMBALL Mr FG Fritts Orieonta N V writesI Uy little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Foleys Orino Laxative ndI think if is the best remedy for constipation trouble Foleys Orlno La itirelslrl best for women and children as it is mild pleasant and effective azrrsplendid spring medicine cleanses the system and clears the complexion1 Robertson t Sold by Haydon at InThinks Convicts Should Work Roods jWarden Iudd pfthe Prank fort Peuitentiary has nth consideration a prison reform whiishj j it is thought he will soon endeavor to have enacted into laW Big plan is to nave all pii oners sentenced to two years or less put to pork on the roads while the long termers are kept at work inside the prison waUs He would have them distributed in camps to counties and work unifon hours He thingsrtba undter this plan iteh ucy would tsootr have thefluestroads in the ourtry v55- 4WardenMuldlias also aboi o the whipping of prisoners tied His plan is to inflict the punishment with the prisoners anls and fpet free so that hai Iefeod himself tfha a li b1tQ Swept S vei Niaira t This terrible calamity often hapjt ens because a careless boatman Jg orefhr1ters Wtirhingsgrowinf j ripples and faster current Natures lifare kind JThat doll pathi or che in the back warns you the Kid Lneys need attention if you Tvould es cape fatal nulaVlies Dropsyf Dia in betes brBrightrs disease eaJ Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feel Ings return After long IerlngS gorOmOne 5100 bottle wholly cure mer Avrites X R lank nRbip of Belk jTenh Only SOc at baydon RobertO son NOTED LAWYER DEADb Charles H Bronston Victim tl of Heart Disease at Homat1 in Lexington Lexington Ky April 15 fter an illness of less t ant ciwentyBronston former State Senator nd one of the best known at orneys in the State died tbis morning at 180 oclock of acute 8ilation finfindTn sday night Wh m he awoke Wednesday he compUined of pi jainsj oclock he experienced an at tack of heart trouble Charles J Bronston was torlJt some y ears one oftthe most pic t tiiregue characters in the poll tics of Kentucky and was uet f the best known men in the Saie having held a number of I fficial l positions He was Darn I tn Kichmond ifl1848 but bad re sided in Lezlngtoil for many I years Mr Brob ton was known as atman of fiery temper and was quick to resen jihatlhe tbougbtr was an insult Be and CalI- Jack Uhinn were for many years bitter enemies and they barely missed severalpersonal encouu j ters in Lexington and Brnkb fort as the result of politicall dif ferences LCol Bronston was considered absolutely tearless and his ene mies generally avoided crossing his path Few men in the StatehQy r ever had more friends than tbeI Colonel and among those who knew him intimately he wasJJ lgreatlyl a lawyer was recognized all over Central and Eastern Kentucky aLd he took part in the conduct of some of the most noted cases in those sections of the State p OneQuartep Pound Week at least IB whet a yoUng baby ought to gain in weight Does yours If nuttheres something wrong with its digestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir arid it will begin gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel roubles aids digestion stops fret fnlnrss goods lot tcemingr babies Price 25 and SOc old byRed Crois Drugstore On Advertising r i Says an exchang If you toot your little tooter and then layaway yours horn theres not a soul in ten short days wil know that VClU were born The man who gathers pumpkins u the wan who plows all day and the man vho keeps ahumping ia the man who makes it pay The man who adertises with short and sudden jerks Is th 4juan4 cause it never works The man who gets the business has stroug andseady pull he keeps his tradeand paper from year to year quite full He plans his advertisementin a thoughtful forgyerratiit until he makes It pay JrFor Sale or Rent A good seven tpom dwelling on Griindy avenue for rent or for sale Water rnb egood garden and outbuildings Apply to T D TAPt M rM tt i a t E chizi forPurpose of Petitionint for Lower 0 Freight R4tg= LstS Jutda anasss meeting itfi i 1t iiie8i f Springfield wat Jield at the- OurtHQUSfOr the purpose Qf 1 petitioning the management of fhkL SJ1T Rallroad f rT 5wsr ireight rates orxcth9 Spripgtteld Branch of leIi ft Ny Railroad A CL McElrdy Was ele4Otsda chiirmaK and 0 J rotkrjr nec dbjeCiof tb met g wsstated by the chairman nd the disadvantages under which Ihja busmss interests of ield were llaboring hy rea n of higher rates to Spring i field ov6f the osvfl1e4 Nsh ville sysLemt baa iis charged by ther railroad systems to our neighboring cities to the North and East of us was tuily discussed different citizens A coti mittee on resolutions was ap pointed and reportedjstating that- hecitesof Harrodsburg Dan vine and LaWrenceburg or the Southern Railway received a JrorDgWashmKtoncnnt1 Fhelowerties and therefore be ittKesolyed that the citizens oft Washington county respectfully petition the jmansgement of the Louisville Railroad Compaay to f 0 regulateits ratjis to Singe eld so that thb rte to Springi q eld over the L A K Railroaa will be ao greater tbao the fateSI the Southern Rjlwaj to the joihts named d f Resolved That Chas JHaypJ don and G 0 Wharton be and are appointed a committee o present copy of these proE cecQ ingsto the management of he It N R tt Co and they be urged to inyestigate the situc onand grant the relief hreirrsI indicated 4 5 f aipetJ AuthNritiea say t l that outdoor exercise is needed by thev feryfollow that advice leanswer IIs very simpleuse Ballards j Snow Liniment and the rheamatfsai will go leaving yonas spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rhenmatisin neuralgia lamet ack and all pains Sold by the Red Crow Drug Stoic Ntro Killed William Kidd alias Billythe Kid was shot and instantly killed by night policeman JtJ Cormney Sunday morning about 1230 The killing was prompt ly reported to the Coroner CountyJudge and County AtI torney On Monday Coroner Brussels summoned s jury andl an nquest was held after which the jurvretrn dfverdict HWe the coroners jury find Billy the Kid1 came to thatI dealt on April Il 1909 by lug shot by Joe ormneYtbe night policemen iiti self defense The witnesses at the inquest testified ia substance that on turdaynigiit itiere was a ne grodance in Este avenue The attention of the two officers was called to the dance and also to the fact that iit was a Very noisy and disorderly onei A few min utes after midnight they went to investigate ndall the dance 1still continued in the early Sun cfay hour stopped it Billy the Kid resented the interrup tion and becoming abusive was Informed by officer Cormne r lthat he was under arrostAe he placed his hand on the ne grg shoulder the negro struck him with such force as to knock him gainat a window preaking the sash The negro with one hand in his pocket started tows lard the policeman who drew pistol and fired the bullet going wild The negro continued to pdvance and thesecond shot ssnVto thQ floor dad the ball KiVt pierced lJS lfar tv When becoroner examined the body nopenknife was found in his pocket Lebanon Falcon Folejii Honey and Tar is a safe aad against serious results from ng Colds which inflame the lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid couuterl8 by insisting uobn haviag the genuine Fpleys Hone and Tar which contains no uarmfui c N6tjcif 0All persons having claims tlst the estateof R E Whsyne decease lv will present same properly proven on or be fore July IatI909j to the under signed fir to W D Claybrooker All persons s knowing themselves indeoted to the estate are re quested to settle promptly- R jfi Langford Ekecutort t I FOR GOVERNOR Congressman Ben Johnson to Go After Nomination Washington April 6Con resstnan Ben Johnson1 of thut uurtU Kentucky distcict has a said that he will makf t he racer for Governor of Keno lucky He probably did not jntt tend iif for publication but justt before leaving here for hom tbUj7eek Mr Johnson wasnskt a pointed question by on- eflii8 Democratic colleague and gave k characteristicallyl I ointe4 reply The question was care yon fifoing to be a can idate for Governor The re UIIIlywas 111 eWhiment of iM r Johasod U the first exoressjion hv hjmtba even apr prosches a public announ ment i of hisintentious he has ol- ourse discussed with his per onl friends here asubj ci which bejgTtTto be brcfiedTh Kentucky months a oTthese behas ajJ aloog said that it was o course too early toJ think of anything like a public nDouncamentt but thai the flattering assurances of sup port that had corns to him fromI so many different portions of the State had naturally put him to thinking and that every thitfg now indicated as nearlj as so distant a political event cpuldbe foreshadowed thbeiS might be in the ra eT this he has added that the talk of his candidacy bid come from no- taction of the party that ht would never be the candidatfeof any faction and that he was not going to dolor sy anything that twould giveT anybody ifthy excuse to think or say that be could be persuaded into any thing akin to a lactional tight He has also invajriaoly added in thtse cOIversations that he considered it iof fa more im portance than the identity ofr any future State candidate that the party itself in Kentucky get together stay together and pre pare for those n5itstljat are to precede othe neit State contest yiz the l countyr elections this fall and the COn grtssional contesta for 1910 In the latter he sees as everybody must the necessity of Kentackv emocraCydoihg its full share in every Congressional district of the Slate1f the dWbutlyt hoped for result is attained viz the election of a Democratic House the dethronement pf Qannon and the jmaishment o the puppets of the trust now fn control of national legislation If you expect to get the beat i most reliable preparation for Kidney trouble inflammation df the blad der rheumatism rheumatic palm weak back and backache you most get Df Witt Kidney and BUdder Fills They act promptly and are sure Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store H j Tonic or StimulantAII There is an immense difference between a tonic and a stimulant Up cme thy way back the next thafs a stimulant Steady prpgrest day by day toward perfect health th fsa tonic Ayers SarsaparHla is a tonic I a strong tonic The pely Sarsaparifti entirely free ficQjm sa15SOJlj o tin tHo ise e7IkkheIMclM bousflwl catl debilHyi ntrtomnm Has ymr loctor tmm4dAYstP1IY0i J i i t j i f ZrI 1 1JI 1git has rested m perfect coo6 f J LII dthce that heir foodwould bCi1sweetandperfect1ywhoksome RyaIsas1 guard against thecap alum Rithegreatest menders to health ofhthepcefent ckL 4 ROYAL 15 TME OPJLT BAK9W P wa 4 1PRSM ROYAL CRAJPC CXKAM TT TsJ Trade at Horne I Under theabove beading the tL Metcalf III tjrourji r prints eJ following editorial 1 Just about now all Jhouses 4ntlheI f the farmer are sending outIi and illusive cata1agUebyrJ the thousand Experience 1o proves that taking all things in hQusesjcosts I what can gbt eqallyas- well at home is just so muo- bhecktothe growth and pro c t perity of the homo town Aind oj e farmers and others who lind in qetowna ready marke for iheir eggs butterand other pros duce 4 yoah4ebachackesad 4t wriaai l troubles you should take Fol jsv Kidney Remedy to streagthea l build up the kidneys so they will c1t propelryasa serious kfkney troubJe may developSolt by Haydoi and Robertson 1Goes After Town Knockers t The editor of the Arlinfton Courier talrqsa tall out of thE chronic town l nockers in the following i Tij t tti ht ook7Jh e 1cJI t0W4Ws Aobpdy Qutc oujr neighbors who live mit Say thingslre going to the bad iit will dp your soul credit whan yon hand St Peteiyour cre dentials Tell the ellbw who Is looking for a home among us that the land is worn oOjttthe scboola oh the bum and the town on tbeigknock on ifce QnIcop they can ing tough hides and cast iron stomachs Let your sofa do tQ washing and cut her own stove wood while you sit in somebods way and tell What youdltt ten years ago and why the tariff 04 socks should be raised r razfed Goon thats wh tdeYPQr poor little cankerous 5011andv mangy bide good Theres noth ing to nothing and everybody on the stein D6alitthSaictifi It dont relieve you ikeadojitot alts aBcl try to be a man j We kuowof nothing better for cuts burns bruises scratches or ik fact anything whete sal 7e lc secured ba- l n DeWltti Ctrbolhjed Witch HHl- r Salve rflt is especially good piles We sell and rt oieadltS- old by the ReId Crow Drtoeef MC jfr Good Roads Pcsf StatuW Ubor very oftea does harm by causlhg the to a skip funds to be spentQBasHtaie 10 bqr basis by pftthtifasjar wM may be good farmer Iwtf who have not the first idea of how to build a road that wfll lat d1tlljjit isIiot a good zoaly 5lrt greatest injury is dpot to vVoji ill the spring 11W tile to JMNf the lounda ioa dry andI krUte cannot cut thratigh a good crtwtI jDrain1ths Ct9f but ac the iioMi iftcr 64 jhjp Isgetworse than mud to tUtlle tocep the suir7 There liis more time and energ ThonsandsopiI otti I5t 1PowdermmgbIKitandcakemth1costryana I f pdCrShkhte h appeal1w t H it wasted in driyinf tbrpttg biH t roads tban roakl be r bftrsriftb iuild Rood r d thr e UffiiwJ as e iV rlong i r Popot gradjs M ttijisj jt idertbi Mr iieiMaiy 1 travel ZrrjL4iti nal foot otwlmIth ly to th cost of ahHw Bads7 Dpnpt let water s4f tfc sarface of sgmY et tSsoad either iitb wtitst tjihs r in pootiY ft Wl pile on flew gii d year attfr World 4 ifI Opt laiZy- ontalx eates Xii tye Cs3gh Syrip ii Iris at and t sirute b1dy 4 y oving tt J- e tIme it i ote t tthroat adwytops the egb 14 iqiyecisdd for I asteaN4r13 as goia si 4 thazed Kziy Fak- Barrourg AWiP erryvilie Ax 13Danville Atfv 44 da71t Standf drdj July 314Mysi HendeisoaJuIyZ7 as Georgetows u1y 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j i IrJiUSHfoKODCATJA iJii1 rro L- CoDL W I CItOME Q KOBERTS 1kWnjfc TMMk uprtelMT of the F TuriiiivbM MtWMd copsicterable 0f 0Io Wlif aBd property Tba o kllkni around Adanai number ftbe500Q AnkAff tie number I 11reo Auericn miIonriei- r Tbt MtetfoC Turkey ism 1m t j alJliI ptril othis life Various Ii rfpMfta art out in rtgatd t6 bjti TIM latMtit that vbe will I rMMbfo iim UK palace and accept wbiIthu been prepar MIi IaadbiscounLr7 Two E A ricarmored cruisers have bewi ttBt lo the Meditra ean to protect American interests I r Chif intersst in the Unit Staita Swtate ia now centered in 4Uiifiht over the income tax- I 3fa Matter now stands MMttfih Bepiblicans fayor the asiitto carry rit with thet aid r of tbe solid Democratic vote 4 wltJ bt 9 aaior AMrkh JIW j COD trol r fcMl h liiinsurgents to al J1 jtHaitiation J 1 Judge Adamt refused to gruitrTiContlnnance iin the case of Beach Hariris charged with the mardtr of bis father Judge JUma Hargis because pf the 1 absentee of Senator W O Brad r iey chief counsel for the Accus ed Itk a matter of ctarity to 1ftryBeach to keep him out of troublel j t tr WfaeH you take Kodol the food I yeHs ve eaten will bfe digested rat rally rsfalarly awl promptly and r iaJfck wayiJCodol giyes the stomach a Jc Icliicsto regaia its lost strength and health al after a little while your seed Btottake KodoUbager bat take a1fe70t1fJo eed it and if it fails reIfy k Ji Prathert Creek i i Xlisa Almeda Holderman spent 1atwekwhMiss17 Maggie Bell- 4WilkrEcf this place Mr andMrs George Russell and sons spent lastl Sunday with MR andlirs SWEusselli- MrL BdGraias wife and little aon wjwtheI guests of Mr and MRusielI r tMrL Johnnie Russell spent t last Sunday night with Mrs otY 1r Si RaseI1 f Mr O B Shoemaker wife and children spent last Saturday 1 1 n4 Stinday with his mother L Mri Martha Shoemaker t I r c Mrl laBdvRichard Bplder Ei nan spik Sunday night with MrSdR telI V 1 Jiff le Maye and wife 3 lr Richard Bagley and wife peat last Sunday with Mr1 i1nr7lny MissMargie Christersoo speot MissraJ lft Ttattffc im UNJ f + rtwiMi Ml fcwr Sisioct JL ftt abitoCcommouglaiswtkyot ZTs tIM Out Pimtltit stand twextforonrs abrickdHhedi1 meat or settling stringy oiznilky ppean ceoftea 1U1ki 1U1 PM itoirBftisia ts beck are she symptoms that fell yoa otohxderLj r 1te t SThee b pomfort in the knowledge so J As thatt apMiirrl prXiliDer81 t R1sap40t The great ncy y i7 MAtta itot every irith iin correcting J i rtiiiMHiaiai w the beck kideys 1IWMrrtof 1IriMfJ4 I IJl CorretdhiabilitTtqbodmet 1 aHhIgpliMpsaingitorbd J f followiag ne of liquor wine et t SNi4ovetoinei that nnpl mt me t J y ef btiny compeU l 1Qfq eftcn 1 zhiJa and toj Jet up i119ny t fe mm 4rig ue nigbt be mild uaiC 1j t SwaRst N aMsth4itMajids the highest eestOIMwsauaibIec p IfyuneedaIDf fr= drrt Jc sofllr1sL l ptybsyae b3s aetfrf- J JIi ddrmsDrpXlbiaercoqjissg = 31 Y thr tks pspecad 111IUDr Susie McMuUin neaf Harrods berg Mr VirgIe Milton andfami lyitJIt Sun y with Mr P D Harmon 1PICJf Safford the Mackville atbrot the Christian church dindwithi Mr Richard Wilker son of this place Id Rath IJfi D CVOPq tkvhave py feet outofsaidN- LBighainM Princeville IlU but yo4lldlefrorn gangrene whicbhad eaten any eight does ifyou dont said all doctors liistead h used JBucklens Arnica Salve till wholly rcArvjt Its cures of Eczema Fever Sore Boils Burns Ind Piles astound kite world 25cat the Haydon and Rub on Drug Store t i School Notes As provided by an act of the lutGeneral Assembly the cOunty has been divided into SIX tducatiboai divisions not unlike the magisterial d tricts in area but not cbinciding with the 4at tjer n boundary These educational divisions are known as Division No1 St Rose Mc ntiie ffrederickiown section of the county Division No 2 Valley Hill Moor villeMt Zion section DivisibnNo 3 WillisburgPo linPulliam section Division 4No 4 Cardwell harpsvilleTatham Spring sec tion r Division No 5 Mackville- ThbmpsonviHePleasan Grove Ivsection Division No 6 Springfield TexasPottsvjllesection Each of these educational di isions is divided into shool subdistricts for local school pu r poses There are eight or nine school subdistricts in each cdu cational division aud each qf these school sabdistricts prd sided over by a local trustte elected by thepeople for a term of two years The trustees of the several school subdistricts in each educational division constitute the school board for that division It shall be the duty oftbe trustee in each school subdis irict to personally sujeryise the school or schools in his subdie trict land to report the needs thereof to the division board of his educational division at its regular meeting together with such recommendations as hemay deem necessary for the best terast of said school or s inI meQ1Iof AprIl of each year make and perittteDdent children of school age residing in his district both white aiid colored It shall be the dutyof the di vision board of trustees for each educational division to elect one or more teachers for each school in suchiucatioLal division A majority qf the trustees of such division board shall be neces sary to the election of any teacher for service hrany school subdistrict AH applications for positions in said schools shall be made in writing and Hied with the secre tftry of the division Board of the educational division in which a JThech educational division shall meet consideratinOfapPlica11tlOns ers on the last Saturday in June of etch year division1boardt urday in Jply and August for placestbtwmeeting or that may have be come vacani fromany Cause All of theseeducational din sion boards Jaat14UKustsisted in the election of a Chairman i and a secretary foi 4ach educational division kndthe adoption of certain rules and regulations for the government of the various school subdis tricts of the countyJ The officers elected in educa tiunal division Ne l were Juhi A Medley Charrman addriBss Springfield vJi N J c5tT Rich Smith SecretlTrv SpriuMn field Ky R No2 Division No2 WB Barlow Chairman Address Polin KYi T Settll6s secretary Aadresa Springtield R D NO 1 Division No 3 E P DedtqOhaii 1YEDSecretary address dackville E P No 1 Djvision No 4 Joseph Burkhead Chairman Address Tatham Springs Ky John Hungate Secretary Address Tatham Springs Ky Division No5 SI W Arnold bairman Address Mackyille KyJ T Prather Spcretary Addr ss Springfield KvR D No 3 Division No 6 JR DurbE m Chairman Address Springfield Ky B D No4 RL M borne Sect etary Addr ss Springfield Ky R JD No 4 Itis suggested that in makrig application for a school it might be well for the applicant to ap ply to the local trustee of the division board It is presumei thatn a great majority fthe cases the division board will decide to elect the teachers who mav be 1i1 tedbythe local trustee However this is not imperative If the people desire some other teacher than the one desired by th local trustee they have a right to make their wants known either by rpre sentatives or i petition The local trustee is supposed to know the needs and wantsof his school district and doubtless bis recommendation will be respect ed in the absence of information orcause to the contrary Make your application for a school to the division board of trustees thus Totbe Division Board of Tru leesJJ ision No 1 brother number as the case maybe initary thus v l Mr J Rich Smith bect EducatipnalODiVisionNo 1 Springfield Ky These addresses are merely formall and have been added by request For further information in regard to the number and lOcatio of the various schpol districts given the educational divisions are here repeated and the old numbered districts given in each thus In educational district No 1 are 40 41 42 43 44 4546 and 53 in deucabional division NO1 2 are 15 5 17303233 54 and 56 in educational I division No 3 are 3 4 6 2855 36 37 58 and 60 educational dl vision No 4 are 1223 24r 2627 293188- sJd 57fn education division No 5 are89 1113 14 15 19 and 22 in educational division No 6 are 16 18 39 4750 51 52 and 55 We often wonder how any person canbe persuaded into taking any thing but Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung tiouble Do not be fooled into accepting own make or other substtutes The genuine contaies no harmful drugs and is in jelloir package1 Aj Putting Tip From St Andrews Aj man on his first visit to St An- dreWs was uiu b Iniprcsgcd by the high standard of efficiency which he saw displayed on the greens by thope- with whom he played lie studied the actions of these heroes to see If lie could discover any common feature In their methods At last he saw light HeoJs ned that they all bold thQ left hand more under the club when put ting than they did when driving From this lie deduced a iule of con duetsee the finger nails of the left hand when addressed to the ball For the rest of his stayj nQellilj may be for tome time Afterward his own putting PostITwo Straight Streets SIn vlewiiiR Manhattan from a point toworlnearthroug the length of the island A 11modeltwelve hchrlfledIschnrgednt Twenty third street would send Its bullet straight into Harlem without touching A building on either side New York I Post He i = ill SPECIAL SALE i J lwilfbe I SaturdaywithI to i I Flow rsandPlantsII andIS LtJOfINrULLIUsi i 4 1c tX 1irneiF1ieI ip A HT 1 SIs an old adage Its a big jump though from the time of the first t clbck tcuow Bridge the chasm and wliat you The first clock Crude the one of today acbronome 4 ter 4tAccurate Clocks andI ElegantJeweky- is what you find the yeVr round at my Jewelry IIStore My ne II stoclc reflects my being exprtin selecting Jewelry stock i cToSave Money Bny From Me 4 i I Jas J Gravesi t snrar BY A UON Awful Experience of a Railroad Man In Africa IN THE JAWS OF A MAN EATER Drngged From His Bed by tho Fierce Monster He Was Mangled and Gashed and Carried Off Bodily by the Brute The following description of an at tnclbyn lion as related to Mr St Michaell Podmore IiZS while he was returnIng from a sojourn in the WIld places of the earth is so terribly realistic that we offer no apology for printing It Mr Podmore met the hero of this story while ana trip across i the Pacific ocean and wad Bhpwn the terrible scars on the mans bodySI was engaged on the trans ontl nental Viape to Cairo line and our gang consisted of two white men and fifty blacks We each occupied a separate hut One dark lnight I wasarpusod from sltp by hearing something moving backward and forward Beneath my bed BecomirigX alarmed I listened breathlessly to aoud long and mdc scrlbable salffsnl whlch broke the stillness of the night My experience of Africa was not qxtenslve but 1 Instantly realized thatNsome wild ant mal was under my bed Eery one of my faculties Mpcanie immediately par alyzed with hbnor I was unable to utter u soud After a iisojucnt or two I became aware that u man eating jiou was sniff ing his WI Jilolig the edges of the bed perhaps a little puzzled at the mosquito curtains I then felt I must do something and instinctively yet noiselessly 1 huddled all the plllow and bedclothes over my head No soon r had I done this than the lion itha horrible pur Igrabbed me by the right shoulder and dragged me out on to the floor and immediately began to suck the blood which streamed down my Jleclc and ebe tanel every time I moved he bit me more savagply As I nilsed my knees to get into a crouching protective position he gave me a little pat with his paw which nearly broke my leg and inflicted a dreadful wound Thqn Isuddenly the monster dropped me out of his mouth lillc done massive paw on my chest and then throwing back hIS noble head he gave four terrible roars of triumph and defiance My chum walked round the hut and then saw with horror the hole made by the lion who had torn out the mat walls and crawled under my bed Then jt dawned upon him what had happened so he ran round to the other side and kicked the door down All this time the only thing I seemed t9 take interest In was the loud Hip ping suck suck uindc by the lion ns liltrOOIlI1IjuI t thought how curious It was that I did not feel the slightest sense of pain with man eating lion chewing niy flesh and drinking my blood I hud ben lying onr my back with my heck and head resting against the side rof tie hutwben my friend smashed the dporJS he did so the lion drove his terrible fangs Intp my right groin and leaped out of the hut into the darkness As he ran with me lio seemed to lii twisting and jerking me rbund sideways as though striving to get nm on his back The lion ran across the clearing with me for about thirty yards and put modovn under a big boabab tree I lily on my back with the lion on top of me occrtslonally gazIng with bis great lumlnfcus greenish yellow eyes which filled irte with unutterable loath lug so exprcssionloss and cold were tIjlessllion seemed perfectly content Irlmhis prey ijlelt ills long rough scraping upiny thighs and nb and as it crept higher anti higher I felt little gusts of his hor tlr turned mvbcul NAOQUI1WORK DESPAIRBeetored finailyhadPbyjslclanslup in despair I saw VInol ad vertised and decided to try Itand it has done more good for median all other means combined Jthas built me up and restored my strength until 1 now feel twenty years younger and am able to attend to my work again as nsugl Job Jeavons 1036 Lind street Wheeling W Vet The reason Vlnol is so successful in such cases is because it contains tonic strengthenIngbloodmaking ments of cod liver oil but no oil Vlnol Is unexcellbd asa strength creator for old people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness anil Is the best knQwn rem edy for coughs colds and bronchitis We return your money if Vlnol fails to give satisfaction i away Uul um nie ioiiy greeay ton uu worked its way toward my throat could distinctly feel each bite because although it did opt cause the slightest pain yet as the fearful fangs were driven Into u fresh place L was con scions of a strange numbness In that particular part IDurlllg nil this time the negroes kept screaming Nkaiiga hkanga My frIend Ielt rUuifluig round the elenrlQg In utter jwlldermeuti The appalling blaekueasof the night added horror to the thl lgwhlch no pen could de scribe At last two negroes were Induced to make a couple of torcb s of dry grass lUiJ by the lurid and uncertain light of these tbrHOIl was seen standing over my prostrate body lIe was an enor mous brute over ten feet In length and with a luxuriant tawny mane that Imparted to him a most majestic ippdaranec My friend told me after ward that as lie approached with lit gun I was moaning and crooning scftlyto 11yself For some tine he1 was afraid to shoot lest he should lull e Instead ot tIle Hon He screamed ut 5Ieep cool Jack nod 1 will see what I can do for you As he crept nearer the lion took lila fangs out of my groin and faced about gnnVllug and snarling horribly The rUle was leveled there was a sharp report mid the first shot hit the lion In the eye The ball as it came out shattered his lower Jaw Two moro shots were fired and the fier e monster fell ijend lIv my shltLohdon Idea JOHANNS COURTING One of the Royal Romances of the H psbLlrgscl J jlMore than one roya romance has oc curred in the family of the Hapsburgs The best of all perhaps is that 6f the Archduke Johann brother of the Emperor Francis L One day be war traveling Incognito When he arrived In a village where hei desired to take a coach for Vienna He looked around Jo hire a carriage for which having been obtained he sought a driver At length a laJ was brought to him Your name querIed the archduke Johann sir answered the lad The archduke was cute He had seen nt a glance that this was no boy before him but a girl disguised WhatXdo you call yourself when you are a t home helping your mother In the kltcocn he asled smiling Anna Ploahl she answered And what Is your iiame Johann too r am an archduke liI supposr youNwill say that you are the emperor himself next she laugh ed back at him Then she drove his carriage Intq VlennaV Here behold the pc nlo saluted and phe made inquiries tnus finding out the real facts But sheXbought little more of the matter until anopth later the archduke strode into iW fathers cottage Just at the dinner lumr and asked permission to join the Inmlly gathering The girl began apologies but toe archduke laughed them side and Insisted on being called plain Jo hann The visit was Repeated again add again and at last the villager began to t ilk nnkinflly Anna at last asked the archduke tb come no iiiord because of the gossip That settled it 11t aske d her to marry him and despite the objections of the emperor the two weri married Later the girl once daughter of a jobmaster was created baroness and countess and at last forgiven by the emperor Philadelphia Ledger QUENTIN fTYf How Love Changed a Great Black smith Into a Qrea Painter Love made Quentin Mctys a painter This great Fleming wliora both Ant werp and Louvain claiulj to hove given birth though the palm how rests with Louvain was the son of an able black smith Trained ln Juts fatheVs craft the younger Quentin soon distinguish ed himself by his work in this base metal and among other matters turned out the wonderfully delicate Ironwork that surmounts the well putslde the Cathedral of Antwerp Already an ac knowledged faster of his guild It came about wrltest Helen Zlmmern In the Metropolitan Magazine that the young artisan fell1 ilu love with the daughter of a rich Antwerp burgher When asked to consent to a marriage however the father would not hear of It saying he could not let his daughter wed n blacksmith Qucnttn next quired If lie would feel the same objec jurgberIlth qUoestlollerSIRrt refined perhaps profession see cret dismay when sonic months later cdIfor the fulfillment of the old burghers promise He had Indeed become a painter aBd one already held in high esteem To commemorate his love and 1his serving on her account MctyS limned an autoportrait that now hangs in the UfiizI at Florence Those acquainted wlfn the jtucfor know that It they ouh a little spring in this frame the panel opens like a door and behind the shelter of Metys own por trait Is concealed that of his love and wife a sweet Dutch face for whom doubtless he decmcdlt wcU worth bin while to have4i Iayed the part of the patriarch Jtifp b W Dr MHci 4UNPaln Pills relieve pall a PATRThis fine stillion will make stahlelTQmhalfNortheast10 To Insure a Colt tto Starikl and Suck tDolanbywell 73 by Washington Denmark 64 dam itrPdt Dolan 1032nd GIyby Gaines De tDark 01 lof Fannie G Kitiy by damI MagbyBoyderFSPat highTakingsideratioh he is boandjo make a fine stock horse PTKissbosingupto be a fine breeder his colts all be fine and of good size I will also a same time and place stand this Jack DICK t8fra colt to stand and suck j flo is a black jjack 14 2 han s high with white points fiue bone andstdel Diqk is by the Jim Stone jack and out of a fine jennet Bfs mules brought top weaniogtimetimeLien retained on all colts sired by either horse or jack for service fee H T VIRGIN Maud Ky BLACK GIANTA handsome black Jack 15 hands high as handsome a looking jack as you can find anywhere and an extra breeder will make the season at the Stone Wall Stock Farm 3 12 miles North of Springfield on the Springfield and Bloomfield turnpike at 10 To Insure a Living ltIfor a Mare mule and 8 for Horse Mule Lien retained on colts until season is paid You are cordially in vited fo call and see my sfock A B ECDiqpLB Y Phone 47 Springfield Ky Hal Hamilton 443266 This fine trot 1g bred Tstailion will Imake the season of 1909 at imy place onehalf mileirbm Frederickstownon Bardstqwn rolid at 15 to Insure a LiyinfCoIt Hal Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 28375 damElkmai- diI Elkhorn 13909 fjran ddatI1SaTlf Francis by Madrid 1885 Alpha J s dam Tallulah by Tennease Wilkes 273S he by George Wilkes record 2 22 Alpha Js dam Tallulah dy Brown Hal 16935 AtCme time and place will stand my Jack STONER AtljsNro Insure a Living Colt Lien retained on all colts sired by either horsk or jack for service fee Care taken tb preventaccidents but not responsible hould any occur J Z Ekqwilton 4 FreJerick8tpwn Ky- BRAVE SOLDFI RS Sacrlficdd Their Lives In RI Attempt to Save the Colors In days gone by thev Zulu xvcn the boldest Dyiiters among all the iia tires oif South Africa and It AvasXnot until they had been defeated Ins cral battles that they would live In pence vlth white people In 1878 13000 of till Zulus attacked and kIllednri ltw t tit Drlilah sol dlers cud a most hurolc deed vns the attempt made by three British soll tIers to save the two flaps or colors belonging to the regiment When it was seen that the Zulus were so many that there was no hops of keeping thorn at iiy the colonel of tho British regiment called to a young officer whos name ijvas Lieutenant Molvlll nnd said 44You will take charge of the colors ilolvlll and try to get away from hcrej The lieutenant saluted and tooklnto his hands the two colors of his regl went Then with another officer and a soldier till nlotiifed on horses heI suddenly dashed away with his pro clous burden They were at onc4i seen by the keen sighted Zulus however and after a ImenI was found near a ntfliy stream Where j he heroes had fought and djed and it was taken to England and presented to Queen YlctoHa And In memory 6f the three brave 1 soldiers who bad died while defendlnjt it the qnepen placed a wreath of Inh mortclles on the staff which held tQle1 eagLonc1c MaiL ii 4ldL FoA- Ip- k1rtBak aJIl An aching back is instantly Believed bal r applicatiort of Sloans Liniment v t This liniment takes the placeofmasageand L is better than sticky plasters It penett s without rubbing through the skin andmuiidi lar tissueright to the boiiTequikensthe Wood relieves congestion and gives permanent as byelLaS temporary relief i C b Sloans dt1 r Liniment Zf cJt has no equal asa remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints Price 2 Me tttoo Jr Earl Sloan BoatoaMuIUS Sioansbookenbeemse5tjsseeaapsysssfre ILLUSTRATION 26M2 J ILLUSTRATION The only of Onward with dan oPatcli2a 1thei country Onward the leading sire at 230 perft1Mambrino Patchenis the leading brood mare sire C i Onward 1411 Record 2251 sire of Pearl Ouward 2O64 Beuzetta 206 zete 2Ol34 Eolbert x 206v Onward Silver Sfv 208 and 169 others in 230H jjti Patience if George Wilkes Record222sireof 83 ann of v Dam of Director 217c t 1 Mambrino Sire of 25 Pvatchen dams of 1481 ln230 1 Datighter riJ y tI 2 ti t fecI15 L x iif d g i S A son by Miultri is Ga 519 166 in23Q- Uv 1 j IHaIi1ilQle Riu 10 i JIDolly Spamkef amno Ctfef i y y f i H t iItfMainbrinp Chief l jJ i nk v tit AuiericaNCIay4 zt DaugbteorErlca1 J Onward 1411 rrecord22514 sire of Pearl Onward 208 Beo7 tf 4 IWO o Gazette 207 14 Colbert 207i Onw rd Silver 2t8y PiJatu IJt 14 CO Thorton 209 Major Mason 209 14 Cornelia Belle 2lY and J4 tMrIR230 and the dams of Choral 20tt 12 SymHoleer 209 12 JLe la21t 14 Cal tleton 210 14 Annie eyburn 210 12 Mary P I yBDra 2U 14 vA S7 Outn ln23Q V Mambrino Patches 58 sire of 25 in230 and the dams of Rak Wtifcer t208 34 June 207 34 Brightlight 2OSjl2 Bo jncfer 208 RuWiir LW wrf 141 0 others in 230 V ILLUSTRATION will make season of 19 at my Matte at COHXISE VILLE KY ai 1 10 To Insure a Colt Until W iiiictTm jL A lien retained on all colts until season money is paidi AUvcareiwiil i taken to prevent accidents but not Tesponsfljle uldjU1 ciirASeaMwia JfI money due when mare is sold or parted with T t Those living in the vicinity of SptingfieTd vifch cost jz1 V J heel wishing to b eed to Illustration by notify iriy i1Ii4i iiaT t I will meat th ur at Gabberts tobacco barn in Battle JJ witfc Illustration I mean by this when the foal la oAly fren JSr Oi tL iJ AUN fJ aornishvi11 KY JIf I M r McCABE c CUMMINS DEALERS IN StraigbttKfffltflcljTOy I We ship IfliisUjr 1r4lOyearssM- qt I 225 ta 400 pergarT J V v V Orders fr m KeutnckyyfiUed from oar ladklia i L Vvi Sr We also carry fn stock V itt i Pure bl ckferrYI grape we pegaI rfi f White corn whiskey peiialit V JJ j Pure apple brandy per ill vvA 3i lSrf MSRt c 1 1 fi Address all orders to I t WCCABB fIdIif N 35 West Market St f bQVl5VILLE XY i f 7l i 7 ESt TESTED Ii r JjtlAt l QUSa j I W E J II I I DR G1 TJtJ1ON- IDIMtTtT r r I I1 T r TEETH EirrfWTEt 11110Ur PAIN tI J f PI1tG1IaDiXY Aa Datl tofark Strictly 1Ittc1Ma JA7iTJi1 v r IItWlWta U 81141I 4 t Ojshrs bo gmtt 1 to 2 pm kkoTer Haydooi Drugstore tJItr Urnpiori MW i c t UkIieraiSe abl4o4Ir4 r N IitI4IRCC H 3d Lr j WFJIGfi1GSBY land w JJj ATTONEYATWuoo v4fIos Pafj ball t tPrMWHYATT Ocs over Bed Cross Drug 5O4sStk 12m 4 to 5 pm I11 r laS jQIIN Y1 MAYS U1ERil uCTOSilDtICESEU EMBALMER died tier v TELEPHONE neDAY19aNIQHT74 SPRIlGFIELDIYI f by If yom wait the Best FLOURD ur your grocer for i Pe Washington r OR Springfield Choic 7 c V jifanutactured byti44iJarboeCO Se pay hibest market priQ for train eg f5 I UMTS KIWiEY All IACKACHC IE4 IeJJ IiI Ita l e Isals Health FirTfct KlOysDOeii4sr Is hn od sad fl IwdI UiIE It lit 7rmzeiI snR t4 bi i Haydon Sc IobsrtsonRLi 1flB I 1flg M1ILLjcMsAscrnNott M SHUlmfIMCIYti7IItHt t ttc lCjIMIIIc L rr t l i1y 1 ktei um AJ- s TE1LTE3e J q CroaplVermifuge THE WOJUITEEI WORM REMEDY r r im CfNtMEM FAYWHTf TOWC- j MWAKC sr IwTAT1SN JsTKE PIKMHKi 0IHY w DZIirSnow Liniment Co ST XOUI MO i l Notice-t i r1 All jpiersonsg laving claims ri gi4 IJfC Co3T assigfled will t PaEI pr prty iroven tlu erinez- Iii J All pet indebte t to 41 k will ptlH pay fmlt EPtY r t PA JBPRNS i1Z h AsinseMf J1t 5ISS Odolrr p A twr iUi d TOWN AaHfriiii ai B i iMiaiiiigM- Lcal Happenings oT Inttrest fj Th Frtshs and LatMt I1 1IAbityorss1T1FlIeRds ActlllIItcI- FyF T TTTT Dont bby your second hand ggy tillMonday value SM CAMPBELL ron RENTPoar nice rooms over JA Shader s grocery which If A BURNS House tedWi11s SMyCAIPBELL I Iret The best refrigerators for the least money at Leachman and by tauampbellsOnE MrJames Mclntire who has been ill for several months is le to be out again enjoy FCR SALE Nice jersey cow show a1fFinemiljrand butter on ofWfor Say Does you buggy need of inting Caiton A C Kim ar at the old Casey shops bib See Lea hmab and Campbell very before buying screen doors andQ windows 1 Second hand surrey and No top buggy atr auction Mon at y S M PAMPBEL by Dont fail to attend the sale of Mrs Mollie E Drane at Texas laanextis Mary Lillian theinfant daugh of Mr and Mrs Sam Smith last Week after a short ill ss well New millinery being recetved Mrs Nannie Mullican Call when in town Over Peoples plaepositI r on FOR RENTNice house fand yard and 1 acre ground on East Main Street Applyto 1I JOHN W LEWIS an MissFOR RENT The home on Wilj ladburg 9fanpinSLAYBROOKEI EGGS S C Buff Orpington j for sale 1 00 t4ipert lf V Mrs R A Mclntire 1uSpringfield tenYuri pppsntcure catarrh bronchitis fethina tonstlitis croup coughs and brndcoldsrug Stores offer Complete anutfit1OOI Mr Henry White and Miss ebecca Young drove to Spring all i4eldcerks office by Rev RB C Lawson l FOR SALEFour nice Durob ilLs and one nule hog out of and the Shelby sow Hazyby Mas terpiece L D BAKER phone 107 5 SprjngjJeJdKyrr2 B B Le ehman sold a 3year oTd Chestnut Dare mare and Thos Duncan aiid Bowles Bros each sold a f fouryeerod Cbest jnui Dare gelding to different t parties at 200 each J- t NexLMnaaycount court day will be horse show day Many fine animals will be op exhibition arid all persons inter est d in fine stock should comei and inspect thpm Iin Danville court last Monday was very well attended but busi ness of all kind very dull Eight 2rjjear old heifers soldS90 per hundred 5 2 year old heifers at 1330 per hundred 3 dry cows ajIr 3 cts per hundred Plug hor e dull and nox ood ones on the market Take Mtonna Tone up the liver stomach and bowels DOIdistress after eating It is Americas greatest dvspepsi cure 50 cents The Red Cross Drug Store guarantees Considerable com plaint is be I lug heard at present from the farmers of various sections Df the county abouttberavages cutworms which are in the fields in abundance Many plant beds have suffered which may resbltln the acreage of to bacco being considerably lessl hanwas intended toMr R D Thompson brought to this office one day lat week of1ornethingu freak It was a chicken with 1lwoformed each having a beak and two eyes The chicken was dead wher Mr Thompson found ItBa it been alive be no doubt would have sold iit urc ik TOpICS I considerably more than market At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Hotel Association was held at the Gait llast week Mr Nick Bpsler of Louisville was elec President and MrW D ybrooke was reelected Sec ary and Attorney for the Association The position held Mrv Claybrooke is an import one as the Associatiou is of the strongest Hotel Asso ciationsJn the United tates That the people Springfield anything in the way of a was clearly demonstrated last Tuesday when a crowd about 200 were entertained an hour watching the antics two bears which three men taking through country ex itmg The bears which were large are known as the namon hear Mr Lee Boone and Miss Fanny Black ter were married the Methodist parsonage at Lebanon Wednesday April 14 Rev C H Prather Tle- brideisa daughter of Mr Will Blackeler bf Leo noIi and a popular young lady The groom is a son of the late Robert Boone of this place He IB an industrious yoUtfg man and a known teamster Bland aian t Mr Richard Hagan lot this ce and Miss Bland of Lebah were married Tuesday at St Augustine Church by Rev J A Hogarty Mr Hagau is a son of Mr Ed Hagan whalives near town and energetic young man while Bland is a popular young y of Mariop county A host friends wish theuYmuch hap ess p BlanforASmith I Mr Emmanuel Smith and ss Della Blanford were united marriage at St Rose church eJay April 20 at 4 pm I by v Father Kennedy The at dants yrere Mr Hubert Mat tingly a cousin of nhe groom Mr Albert Blanford a- Otherafthe bride The groom is a son Of Mr d Mrs J E Smith and an industrious young farmer who stands high in the estimation ol who kuovfr jhini The bride a daughter of Mrs Teresa anford and the late John Blanford and is a young laaYol many accomplishments and ad mired by itany friends Mr Mrs Smith will make theii home in the county TeetU ex racted wit- hutPAIN or5 ANGER No charges hns plates te wanted I I KfDoneJnIin every respect 4ndf just as adI WYSTALLARljDDSIiwI D 1 Springfield Ky iMMWMMMW M W Death of Mrs Mclntire Mrs Sallie Mclntire a llady ofIpital in Louisville Mrs Mcln tire whose maiden name was Monarch was born September 3 1833 She received her edu cation at Loretto Academy where she graduated at the age of eighteen After her gradua tion she engaged in teaching school until her marriage February 10 1873 to Mr Hilo y Mcl tire who died about two years ago Mrs Mclntire suffered a stroke of paralysis seven years ago which was the ultimate cause of her death Her only relatives are her step children Messrs Lee and Torn Mclntjr a and Misses Sallie aud Eliza In tire of this county and Geo Mclotire now Sister Cesla Boston Massachusetts The remains were iut Sunday ih Sti Rose cemete t To the Public SOn Saturday May U 1909 we Will demonstrat u wu store H J heinz tJo 57 varietits of pickles ioups1 and ketchups The National Biscuit Co Crack ers and Cakes and the Southern Coffee4 Cos French Market CoffeelEverybody is cordially invited to come and taste Very sin cerely KATIE HERTLEIN BRO Administrators Sale As administrator of the estate of Mis Mbllie E Dranedeceased I will offer forI sale at her resi dence in Texas Ky on I ISatnfda April 24 1909 at 1 30 oclock pm to the rhighest and best bidder all of her Household and Kitchen Furniture Will also at the same time rent the Residence and Garden to the highest if not rented privately before that date Terms made known on day of sale WD Flowers and Plants I Ii will be in Sprjngfield county court day with flowers and plants Geo R t4atting1y FORI CASH YOU CAN BUY On Saturday April 224th- AT j t McElroy Shadef 17 lbs Qranulaied Sugar 100 181lbs Brown Sugar f100r 3 Boxes lOc Oats Thv t 25 I V 8 cakfs Chocolate for 10 2 boxes Jello for 15 3 cans best lOc Tomatoes 25 8 cans best lOc Corn for 25 3Fi j2cans best J5cf Peas V0 25- bars II6 B D or RW Soap for 25 r4 tI 7 bars Lenox Soap for 25 fa I cans bniderdPork and Beans forr 25 A8cans Red Kidney Beans 25 1 cake Bakers 25c Chncolate u 20 lean Apple Butter for 25- 1 dozer fine Lemons 15 IIt is always1 our aim to pleaseI you both in quality of our good and in our service If we fail we will appreciate your telling us so and ifwe succeed we will appreciate your telling your friends Our phoneJNo is 40 It MCELROY i SHADER t wIiJiIItO NA Lton Mrs Ben F Simras is visiting in Louisville this week ed MissMyrtl Bess and Pearl T Campbell spent Wednesday in Louisville shopping Seymour McChcrd spent Sunin I day with hid parents iin Lebanon rMrs W 0 McElroy Howard M Elroy wife and littlel daughal ter have returned home after a bu visit to Mrs P G McEiro7 and family of Williamsburj LMr and Mrs 0 D Hatcnett spent Sunday in PerryviUevi0 Warren M ClelIand is oh the sick list this week Mr and Mrs T 0 Campbell JrareinMiss Ida McClure is visiting her parents at aiigh Grove- L tu Mr and Mr Emett Wigging ton of BloomQjld spent Sunday Jewith81bavereturned to relatives atHigh GroveI John R Smith of Bloomfi ld spent Saturday and Sunday here Miss Mary McGill of Bards iown attended her aunts funeral In rs Sallie Mclntire Mr Lee Mclntire was called Louisville by the illness arid aatb of bis mother m Evan Hagpn spent Sunday in joja vjllej A R Shultz JrlS the guest of his brother ai Si Marys Jesse Rapier and George Mann of Bardaiown spent Sun today befeFLMiss Anna James of Harrods hurg spent a few days with Miss Ellen Gregory Miss Dollie Creagor who iis attending school at la rods burg visited her parents the first of the week Mrs Byron Crpake is visiting her sister Mrs J SYlLnk yofM Pleasant GrovedeRev R3 C Lawsonof this is place and Rev 1 P Haynes of- PieasuntGrOye are Lawrence burg Attending Presbytery this week Mrs Alice Wayne and MISS Mary Lampton who baye been teaching at tdazird Ky w ill ar herivehomeMr and Mrs J S Hayes spent Wednesday with Mrs S H B sh prMiss Flaget Simms entertain Stedningin hondr of her yisitors Miss Nell Putnam of Lebanon and Miss Tda Charles Carroll pf Louisville Miss IIIa Hair of Boyle Cd is b viitiug her uncle and aunt w M and Lizzie Campbell tI4Huston arLButlers parents S M and Liz in alzieMrs MugBerry arid daughter Miss Bessie have returned to their home at Denver Colorado at after a several mpnihs visit tok Mrs Berrys father Mrw Ftki Booker Mr B3ron Cr ake lleft Tues day for California for a months sta VlMessrs iG 0 Wharton andO J Haydon were In Louisville ed Monday on business1 Miss Susi Popeisi the g est of her sister Miss SaUte Pope at jt Louisville r t Miss Bertha Ba3dn is visit ily h ing her sister Mrs Tom Spald lug at Bud town Mrs T S Mayes and Miss J Kale Mayes spent Friday inn Loqisville Mess s Louis Kelly Wathen Simps Chris HerClein andS Morjrison ONau werenn non Sundy Me1 Hamilton Robertson isIe itbhiSIhfamlly n State Fire Marshal Selkirk is gpendingafdmilybereS 1Mr1Et confined to his home for a5 few N days with La Grippe Miss pearl Clapbrpoke is vie qitiigner ofLexington m S Mrs E Carl Litsey of Leban S ort is visiting her paient4ir J and Mrs WE S6ldcman i tIff r J SClaybrookeand fanai pent Sunday in Sardstdwn 111 liss Willie Knoltisin Louis yille buying new millinery kr Buy Baldwin andl Mar i gret Moore of Bifdstown were here Monday totp 1 lRev W H WillUms ws fle I ed in Louisville over accountqtthe death S11nia1r Deice v Miss Ka aaayeswhoil hai liv fexasI 1herIMiss Medley is visit IMis j I JMisthis week Mr John ycoff sit d his parentsCanipbellavilleIIMrs her Isaac hpme Tate in ouisvilleII IMissI Louisville and Miss Kate nam of Lebanon are guests Miss Flaget Simms thisIIMjrs GJ3 Wharton is week g relatives in Lpuisyifte Miss Sallie McElroy and Hadgie Brown ef51or a dart or4ths stay ia Oklahoma ofII Mr Clelland Cunningham Columbia S Ci iis parents this week fBardsIIM iss Lizzie Blrqs wn is visiting QrtleinS Messrs Conrad Hertlein and ISuMrsTKatq Willsiins is in Lou isylle this week Mr W L Smith of Louis ville was Here Sunday Messrs LjB Cain N Louiiarks and Frank McCabe d the automobile show in Ville lasc weekff Bib Russell of Louisville is visiting his parents here Bernie Watherf h4S returned Ihome from Louisville Barber Baldwin Of Bardstown Ispent Thursday with friends re 1Ii 1tr JThe residence on Main Cross reet recently occupied by Dr Smock Apply to Mis Fanny Wallc4 You have occasional trouble from digestion such as sour stomach ilchiug of gas sour risings and eek stomach should not delay moment to help the stomach di lffefod for all these ailments an ylng both to yourself and others e caused simply by undigested food the stomach Kodol for DyapepJ a and Indigestion taken occasion ally will soon relieve you of all the simple stomach ailments that you now have but which may be more ry K dot toda and take it on our gUdrantee We n yill do what we say It will do dbyTeRed Paganints Cross Cab hisII On awakening one morning at hotel in Vienna Pag nlni the cctebrat violinist was Informed that cabmnn whom the previous iiad employed to drive him to the cert hall where he was playing bayIIwaiting to see him On being itefl to his presence the man after ling advanced poverty and a large AS an ecuse for the request e was about to make fdrtnneIgreat musician to make his IaniniIwoIogetherMatrimonial Repartee accentsIIShe In stern and rockbound You married me for better or worse dldnft you Edgar ove LieErnmyes I suppose so my I1 ISheTbeD what are you complaining bout Im no worse than tie aver Iage married woman I can j He meekly Well If that mightyIItCnSe lad all Ive got to say Is Tm She breaking InG1a- dHecs Glad Im not a polygamist Ito IewILincolnLincoln1 laid a senator at a ban Iu- etIn Washingf had no successIlri4Ion for mere financial inanclnL success Lincolnl oce aid Is purely metallic The ass who ttains itbas fou mtaIi1c attrlb1ite igdld in his palm sliver on his tongue brass 1In his face and Iron In his heart Indigestion or dyspepsia JIP innblllty of the stomachweakdIgettVe jn eesI to digest wbt YOU eat Ko4ol it a combination of all tbentsrlll 1ges livo jjuices founrt in ari OrdIiar- 7eatshan4 l it iWlti nr 1 foocfn1i t ral way FIe U akeld by th Red CtsiuiQre k t r THE BIGI ORE 11 I Mikes J a Specialty of j Lathess Readyto 1t1t- earGarilleu9f Our Tailored Suits and Separate Sfctts v will be fojind very pleasing in both Style and Value 1 l special low prices are now being mad I on Ladies Lingerie Waists Muslin Un derwear Silk Petticoats Wrappers tand Kimonas r Latest S Ies in Ladles and ChildrenssioOteS See the new things in Corsets Ho HandBagsetc Robertson C1aybrokc Co I INCORPORATED p L1TTELJ tfBThat is the only kid b 2 in our place for we pa 1c1 Y tH qba t f Lqialitour Finite Candies aid Cakes ic FrsBreadBik V s Daily lt v At our od fovmtum warp iIV Pd at at IIMM W MI drinkt Coca CIIbIlate ter I t j i 1I5- WeserveMIsinthe5lS5 i goodoldl1o41tityIo j HertIeisCoWectyS t KATIE NUTLEIN I JN PML IIiJ Wow Is The Time tJI J J TOBUYJ rir FLY SCREENS We can fihyou mil kindf ill widths and at all price e v M il V i1JAfuI Iinepj1Lawn Hoset kediALL GUARANTEED 4 J I Builders llaHimTr I t 1 A SPCXMJPY L5S ii4 Roofing and rMa Hng of all k Plumliiiiff andSi Mim IFitting tStime Mike our stor yourS5Iquarters 0 r rjLS I r w H rlr J z r rt rh n jLcc rTi L4Ia1ETT1JI T T n iIL = Lj f OJftES INDIGESTK M lIf f rr r Jw j t it f 1iintl i rf j 1it 1 i ur r 4ocbor- ti It iSMIQnI lfJif i GItFitI W t j It 4alclLd esUtIi l I r CbtTJU tjl rii- ij io yor PriaciaLI Ih Mo tt ik1atIo Oea 5O oent M 40e J rf f i TIc t Tn 1 f Ii itI f I Of your f t JWiiq IIi cor ect a lor your j Food nttio Y UM PifMtiTt Qrj J a Kj11M IJCr I Lr Jn5oiyaur tOOfl ii blf digested ndDybu be afftfldwithIosofzp F 4p re au1n f r t hbst rping i bos1 bti Imt kmozia cboatipatlon 1ia rJDbj al p1eMM j bIii of Mbi1ioessick haiJaeliaa Hr OtNHIdIzzt i MV IftBd mfcar MC similar i f poor Lppet w Acid and ang WatpU jou or jou jfe yi rifY ll Md ff aMr aqDg O fwr fOod 1i- sniaVV41 f limp ofladinyour tom til Iat104I CU ila ks up your mind J t at tbf bottOM ot ill this r UILIaHt OflS cif rais- ionotundigatefod o u rf Prove to yourself aft your 7 itzea1 that yor itosiaeh js- eOd Oanj that there is n IbDgl rpallj whine Stp I t hj I sat f Js cwty want without fear r ol dUcomfort jor miry i iii tIaiUiit relief Is wait i4t iif for you ILLs merely a mat 1 f ieVh w SOOfl yOikke alittfe tr v J in i i i Tbt Nw York Symphony Occliiii t and Caller Dana 4 r scli ikLOODduclor for corn j liiatiOsiwliic baa no aupfrior j i iibrliid tf the Atlantic ou Tbft artistic yalae ol the ccbwrtra iis such that it has h liftd been bailtd a the nation theii iueac p9 hot Jits coisdactor iirao great that people recognize Wft iM3rall whevit is called 1 DsrQths Orcbatri4 fDMuoIo1tllQlnI the 1ider- riIpo tie Nw rk Symphony frhio hw father died and when himself Was but twentytwo s Many trembled to think of the 7 taak ahead of thiayouth bidthe iMMeterad it an I madejthe orfchee- g j WO iepf the country great SjissLbodLesi H dido well v i1fict tbat4n wdtr to parpatii I te ths rclMfttxa Carilegie gave iVa peVmaatnf homer the tail tiiibMnhiaIH VftllloUlit1woue of Dam cb a characteristics Be Is a I AOIioctiirer a ciItic Idheiijst s good inea role aa when he ia waving the rtIHlibon over the New fYork Sym phpaj OrcBeatra He beleivea ia high ideals for music and therefore he provides thebest 1poeibls music for his audiences t oa matter whether they are in I NetoikrXthiEzx Mr1rocb4s ducto i- nj chijtthsJay MusIc Festiv- L1biatthsFirit jU i Eegiment t Ar y4nIx i ville May 67 theprolbffstisw wkich is a aSfnit f araateot fIpti ex h calleoc BIAfull orcheltra wilUW with him at the festival 1 I SJI otcodLlverOilwithHypo t WfeI iboukl always jJe- p =1 kotiu for theI 71 Iii JWoM- f Flttt Itl1Ulei iny Wambe w t JkefamibIas a hard cold ILureL0 l Bscuseiiftt chi urwe ddiaitea Ml sickly it I mke them stroii and wcM riio I the ltbe sheriiIosingesh and E JildIti afld emaciated i i thupaisdgyc r icsk as d strea tri t is teJ IS JII urs5 be jl f Eatr L J r Id an4MJlki4uItIH tereatf and iui poultice ttsaallyli w Inwa tH HIJMtI8 a b ae lflttkow Ps a b Iltat Cte crapais e state H I II JIIIM the seer t letting it eoaae to a bet Thet s4tbLs oa a swJt e lit eteaa sett o d efoth aid pr Itte the are Altr ws70t askteg a teeaA aad BsMcl aeiltice1tiI fcrtafce stale breed crieisibe jud 097 4rer taeas M ai Boa ttatft tHo crbt are tt1ake iNM the Ire aad fradaaUy atir Iaa MO jTweet P Xljcertt 5j kee4 a t JaUk Jfoiltlce kbetsc for draw tet1It tir eg SH It I tOik1- 11Ia the epMatee eata halt aa boHr er N G reeL lftt1Ilt1teet maal one teoesa Mlt two teMpobafata r AM eM plAt cMtntaa beet wet Wft together oe heap JcMItt SOur aid twO ttiwpeoafMta lta1dtlttpowdfl u4 t1rlawtM bitter totetkcr wltk the bettea yolk ef two 9fL wt Mid Fold la the stiyb- eaten white of the gg8 ura fiat a iyI u4 kktsab- et eee WtS a baO t1ICq recipe The YrIMa rmte can ler ese qrt fcvtttni twe tlsa4oefi- o4 tlrnDMa1u1 OM plat of hw Bake for three hears im aI atoHcteck IIJ fier old faihtoaed jenria al MMh the beet cereal accerdlmc to jDjaBj persoBiB king three pteta ef water te a boll aMa lerel tahteepeeaMl et sk ud then sift lIm with OM sand little by llttk UrrlHff all the time with the ether a capfal of reeL Bon for tea pbMitea Tbea turn lath the upper partef a dole JbeUerasd cook fir at Ileati ihree hoars more will aot hurt R fert the Mask bet or ceM with rick cream or with maple sirup Cold aM sliced k te deUetew fried la ba cea fataad eatea with ttapie atrap HksrhWarSbHooeeholden are coaQBoally at a loes to And sofleleat space im ward robes aad closets via wakh te kane tfiefr faraeats Geserafly tbJk te sot hecaaee the closet te set large eaeugh bet sippl hecaaee the faraaeot hookt are sot arraaged ecooooalcally Ai Ohte iareiator has defteed aa ezceU I nra HOOKS nr xow arramceBMBt of the hooks as shown te the aecoaiaaayiiic Illustration Instead ef ylaclac each hook ia singly he ar MBges lye la a row each book direct Ijr hehlad thf other 411 lVe are cut freai a siBgle piece ef metal and are readily secared to the top of the ward fefce These hooks thus make it pos Bfete to Btlltee every possible bit ell space Ia the wardrobe Hew te leleatl Fhh FIati to be enjoyed mast be freeo udfor this reason the hpuewlfs- koWl4knawkow to choeee a good ASh la the Iratzlee the flesh must be se fine that ft win aot be deated by pee sure with the lagers The eyes iaust beta the scales bright and the las stiff TINt gflls should be bright ia celer heiag neither dark liter color aer tea pate If there te ae odor the Mk nay be eaten with safety Cherrjr Cake seat aiquarter of a poand ef butter with a cjaacter ef a pound of segar to a creaasi Thea gradually add Ihree well beatesi eggs oar aad a quarter cmpfmto of ie r a quarter ef a plat of iadlk a teaepoeafal ef baklac powder a little grated lento riajl and three OHBces ef candied cherries Pear Into a battered and paperedftia aad bake la moderate eves for aahear amd a halt lakee Raisin PudMtnf ttoDe4taifusped suet and half a pound of Jour add a pinch of salt and a tea poontal of baking powder aad work all into a light batterb an egg and some milk Fotir reaaed pie disk and bake in a moderate oven for an hour and a quarter Remedy For Soils An excellent remedy for bolls is water of a tcmperarure that 4s agreeably to the patient Apply wet linen to the affected part and frequently moisten it over agafnt This Is said to be the most effective remedy known for tile cure of bolls In connection with It a good blood purifier should be taken SpuflTo withs soups cut bread In skei onehalf Inch thick trim tin crests and cut in squares If to he brownest In the oven unr8pttNind brown delicately Those are more digestible thap when frteT I The Water Clock The earliestt application of the clep sydra principle to produce motion was by Tsiang Hung D 120 who made apparento h1dIOPftuf7GIn see in China which indicated the course ef time by the weight of water as it gradually arne from the beakof a bird and was received In a vessel a baUBce every poaud repreaenUuj g a oaehundredth part of the day of twentyfow hoacf Aboat this ttime atercacy hegfta to be employed iff clepsydru te tead ef water VItlni fCfrwmaneei cIapJIHiarWtlte hie1MpWtoday Ne he te a Tlctlai f drcamwtaiicee leeisMed the c4Te seltflmaa etclrsustAnc rtY tepBt hte shoes WelilsI ight ccoagttJke EltJ Ileb e aDd sdajbody threw thes c4 down ibe niSI acJ oIfI Chestmit Dare No 3290 Foaled IQQO tl1elStallionsweepstakeaSesjpiniqg cQanties One 0f his wnnings was IOO sweep afcke defeating eight entriesJ bf first class horses aRe and hia colts also Von the herd ring j Its becoming stale to tepeat that not one of his bolts of five seasons have orfarmedi boonhQwnredAll familiar 1ri h his bratedirig know he has moife high priced colts already to hi credit than any horse now in county and yet a young horse Chestnut Hare coni rr familieIby Chester 10 1st dam by Red Chief 2d dain by Black Hawk Chief 3d darn by Drinkers Drennon t 20 To Insure ar Living Colt Noble Denmark No 2640 l This handsome and handsomely bred colt Wil serve a limited number of mares at I 1l 20 To Insureia Living Colt y jHe is sired by the great show horse and breeder High land Denmark 1st dam a State Pair winner by the championship t saddle horse Thornton Str2d dam by the show stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of a Montrosetaare I IndlVldualJalso at a yearling He has great action for a youngster a good step and he making of a great saddle stallion Considering the breeding qualities of thOfhS sire anddam and his own iiinsh and conformation he is sure t to rank among the best as a si- reHacKneyI Boy Hac1fuey Box is a sorrel 16 hands high a1 horse of I good conformation largellat bone and one of the hack ney type He is 5 years old and his first colts are all g dHejssiredby Otd County Member latam by I seasonI11 i t I 1ii 1 RF D a Springfield Ky 4 AAAkr I THE KETTLEDRUM ti fs ah tntrumntTPat Is pretty OCf icuH te Handle The kettledrum has bees so tel im proved that it has a pitch in fat rt contains the larce range of tour notes It IIs as Its same shows a copper ket tie or basin covered over with skin which can be tightened or loosened by screws placed around the edge Drums of this shape were used by the Bom ans and even earlier by the Greeks and Etruscans But they were not known in western Europe before the crusades Although tt may appear so the hot tledrum la n tat all an easy ustra ment to manage for hi order to get each of the four notes the player has a4J8sttheIl parchment anew For reason tlcdrjime are often used In pairsl one tuned to the keynote the other to the fourth below In this way the drum mer has always the two chief notes in thecomphe will have quite an easy time But when a change of key Is approaching It Is Quite exciting to watch the drummer screwing and unscrewing the the drum end lightly tapping to hear if the pitch is true and if we recollect t that he often has to tane his drumr while the whole orchestra to lifting tip its voice we realize that he must be jao mean musician that be must pos sess aa exquisitely sensitive and well trained ear anda steady hand and Bee as wellJesSle K MacDonald tn St Nicholas MODERN ROYAL1YL HepeWMly Hn led by the Prejh rue of Mankind What ia a modern king for if not to- attn pattern oY the brave courteous trbane gentleman and make a comely figurehead for state occasions If be falls there of what earthly use Is bel Be cannot govern He dare not attempt to rule He Is so outclassed In professional trAining by his own gen erals that he would never be tolerated as an active commander in chief In time of war He Is hopelessly below the requirements of the age rif he yearnjxigl make a brave showing rof the virtues and graces oj more primitive times when he gets a chance be fails utterly The truth is that modem royalty is handicapped hopelessly by the progress of mankind The age is far too corn plex to enable a king to play the part he is cast for in the greet drama of the worlds work and struggles He would be more than human if he could live up to the demands of his birth and the traditions othll vocation Kings were formerly tragedies when they were evil and great benefactors wlenthe1 were both good and wise Xovr they are perilously near the bor easu71downI r neezlng asan extensive folklore in many countries Sometimes the act ts coHstdcred ominous of good and sometimes of evil Among the Jews hasalways been regarded at an appropriate moment such as the conclu aba of a bargain as propitious and a belief still lingers in many parts of the country that tbe regular hnbtt of sneezing particularly after meals Is precanUoacustom of saying God bless youV when a person sneezed so as to avoid evil COn BCN has its counterpart globeTheetrlyaeeer saiated with God preserve yoai1 while in Fiji It was customary to retort May you liver In tnrIIaoneea letter and four times a disappoint iuenLondon Sphere 6kht Decisive lattlM Some tfiarrled men will Contend that The fWtt Dec1sIslattIen of the Vpnl4 will never ptete until a few 1omettIc cr1areiccId to the vb1qnieiondon Telegraph i iL1Announcementrace meeting to be held In Lc wiuu OkiaApril 17 to 27 inclusive which It Is believed vvlll attract betweeit 300 and 500 of the best horses on the westr era turt The Comanche county fairgrounds have been leased by the promoters of the meet Announcement wtoi ASO juule that Lawton ChIck asaw Enid Oklahoma City Tulsa C1are ore rvirtlesvllle Pawsuska all in Oklahom awl Parsons Kan will be included iu a racing circuit BalchfrmnA of the Lot Angeles l acing assoclatron will be held in the Iner future to elect a president to replace the deceased E J Baldwin A J Unruh the real comp troller of the Baldwin estates Is men tioned as the possible successor to the late turfman Unruh has been1 verj cJosely connected with the business of Mr Baldwiq and the biggest holders of stock In that race course BrItainTheers one of the best association football teams in the east win tour Grant Britain next season Negotiations are under way for games in England Ireland and Scotland It Is the gen rni opinion of socker experts in this coun try that the team will make a good showing against teams on the other side Wisconsin For Boxing Boxing maybe legalized In the stifle of Wisconsin before mother year rolls by The fight clubs of Milwaukee and other towns where glovel contests have been held have acted In cooperation with business men of Wisconsin and an attempt is to be made to get the legislature to pass a bill permitting fights throughout tb state of Wiscon sin Entries For Kentucky Futurity With the entries of several Callfor nla breeders and others now In En rope to be heard from the entryhIst- to tbe twentieth renewal of the Ken tacky Futurity for foals of 1909 will be far In excess of mat year With breeders at a distance yet to be heard i from the number will run over 1300 whlcl will be a record bi- eakerHachei el IdNE l of this little Tubleta and the Tain i iooe NEURALGIA BACKACHE SI km ued DrJ Miles AaiIPiI- iPWsoryettM jl fl4 they In th OMWIlceriialy later iM deitred rtBrf MrsJ P SdRIl ToMPJcY- rAM RHEUMATIS iAnd SCIATIC 2S Doses 2s Cents Yeir Dreiw e rMIIeAPIfk aiie II piers rieo1the ftnI T5kte t 1 = 1tl t iiin t1 JIa O 7ifE CONNEROML flRANONES INtLUDI6 7flE9RI1hYAW Zcuw kEAVIIUL cATNOIIILc PQgftsooOoo xHOOO OO x og g The afest ahd Qwickesit Way Jo ktt + r Transfer Mrney-f IfA BY i Ij Oc t 8t8 For Rates apply to tocal Manager i 1 Cpmberland1 Telephone p TclcgragliConfpaDif y jINCORPORATED Q oco ooOOOO 4f SEASON 19Q9 S TIlE ENGLISH IMPORTED HACK E ST LHOJJ + GlassiTiore Prince No lOO3 E HS 0rf Thesestallions s will make the season of 1900 at RaWiev H hetten known as the FosterRay place on the paAYilleand ivebanon pike one a don half miles from Lebanon Jty Glassmoor Prince 1I ol12EHS13I- re I GopTildcr Bpnnjr3Jbriell No 8105 lie is bstw Gabriel S416 Dam Glassmpre Sufcl882l by Accident 2d 4103 RIPllmtFoaled 1904 Is a beautiful bldclr J5 hands inches 9ne hInditnkJevhlte siirpiil lace A very rangy nik fine heid anlear grand shoulders short back flue Jengthy quarter a len he tet of- Umbs This horse baa etemely high all nroundactiJn folds his tn es andworks hisshoulder with llots oi speeds He is closely related to the great ShOWmaTe Hildred owned by Mis Bedfbid of Connecticut and his sire Gopalder Bonny Gabriel sold forSSOOO GLASSMoREPRINqE has alre dji proven to be a great show horse winning first at Iowa and Illinois State Fairs Chicago and Terre Haute Horse Shows in 19Q7 He comes Irom a chestnut family and his colts are goQd coloredthink they will be moatiy bays and sorrels t FeeJ25 to Insure a Liviiig Colt 7ED REX No j3r47 Sire Rex Peavine No 1776 he by Rex McDonald 833 he by RexneD Jf1bydam by Kavanaughs Gray Eagle DESGIUPTJON Foaled 1903 A beaptiful chestnut sorrel 16 hands high with two white stockipgs He has a very fine bead and neck good short back extra bone and miiscle and his head and ta lstyle is great He can rack very fast is very distinct iu his trot and can sfep a forty gait with all the grace and action bne could wish and is good at the canter When yon see him to harness you think he is trotting horse and tthcn put the saddle on bjm and he is a gteat gaited horse Rex PeavineVbe sire of this horsed can nudoubtsay something that no other horse iving can He had to his credit last sear Edna Mae the cnnpt plOn fivegtited mare defeatlpg not qrIy mares but mares stallIons and geldings and she sold for 4000 Also Queen o the May the cliampin wall trotmareof the worldt defeating Poetry Of Mdtibn for the Throne and sold for 5000 Mat a hens whole string of show horses this year are all RexPetvinels and he is the greatest saddle horse m in in the Stare Although Red Rexs cOlts are yount they are ommanding high prlces Look at him and look at his breeding and be convinced that he is the betinthe land r Fee20 ToIInsure a Living Colt t LEXINGTON PRINCE bebyWashingtonDenmark2nd LexingtonPESCRIPTION sorrel 153 hands high with two stockings andsnlr in face He has aood back extra bone and muscle and his head can not be excelled He Is a Halfbrother o the great show horse Thornton Star His edits are shovving up good Fee 10 To Insure a Living Colt f Our Black Jack V Willstand at 10 to InsurerLiving Colt tThis jack has white points and is an extra good one We take pleasure m offering the services of these fine young stallions believing they will produce a class os horses that is sought by the eastern trade itthe most remunerative prices to the breeder We ask you to in spect them before booking our mares Mares traded or parted with forfeits insure and money becomes due at time ot such transaction Lien retained on colt uitil season is paid Marca from a distance gtazed at reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention but not responsible for accidents or escapes C T Bohon LebanonJKy t Worn Women Women worn and tired from oyerworE need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should talie Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments andIweaknesses of women Thousands of women have gteatbenefititeeDSeth1s reliable ofttried medicine TAKE CARD UII The Womans TGEfc aftOmutiofepaiti in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness of breath J i suffered for years until my husband insisted on my trying almostwclLParyAT ALL DRUG BTOJtBI Detroit Driving Clubs Chart Revised The directors of till Detroit Driving club hay rottoiisixlori theIr decision o baUjje tilt CIiazii6crotCornmrce 55QOO ppcln stake frodi lhe213 class to the 215 class and this fixture of ihe4 grand circuit mcetlug Wilt rejn in in the 213 class The value of the Volvprene handicap a free for all tace which taiies the place of the 20tuiiaclus stake is to be 3OQO The iI0rchants niid llauufacfurefs1 stakt 9f 10000 rcuiainH for tthe224 trotters and there b a renewal of the 3000 event r21lttuttors The Wolverene is to be tww in three nOd the other eventa three Iu live heats 1J Penn Crow Arranging Dates There appeals Tobe n gipgattempt to heal tIll ut lctlc break whjctt tins long existed between Peuusylvnnt and her natural gyograiihlfalv rivu Princeton Th freijjuiua irewsi of th univefsithw ttlli hieiit Ian rue vu th SchuylkiU and It laa Uhowu fflct that ezoUflohs nreulIQerwavto iirraitt a racq betweeni tarlty d av well Itowlug 1r b inUig ut leinjsyi vuhld and a protclrfhiuS schoolif being afKintitMl Jt Tjtrtrty racy has already been scheduled with Yale anti races with Princeton and New York universities pre probabilities F Eat What P i rr 1 I tt f ot You Hvant of the fOOd I fKodolwill digest it 1 b j You need a sufficient 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uth1gheeatirbottlthd gist wllLrefiusd yqir q Wee r wltboutquetIo or wr 4wlllptythsdruisIbsp4 of p1LflMid bpr This r aafliea to the terft rL family oott1eoq to v akiala j a 4 Wa could feot albriiieaiBt If n an plJerjPiHes we ssM elj M i 17 wlat 10d01IW 1 twO beukru 4 Theditieostiti Ii MachU tiasifty ssmtbsIe t made attbsIabeel iN of JL 0 DaWitt JtQfl Chisife SOLD BY RED cROSS DRUU STORE Tj Dont PerfectiOn New baking oatrats great Li NEW pcIIfECI101 1 yo nre Blue Hame Oft UtIIbjri7cis its handsome CABINET TOP yrtefc gives swy Lconvenience of the modern steel range Has st sosfit top shelf for n platesuK1ke ping i fsot tdrop shelves for holding small ccpiung uteaM11imL even fitted ifith racks for towels Made U thf Jhaa lt and can be had with or without Cabinet Top Ifpat at your dealers address otfr imMerfcaftar The J nft c 1 ot Jewis setx Alt i1iBot tJB l iaj t Uaot agyour dtaleri 44fM y t AihxPIY f SAN BIEcKfJ F 1Zfe i l Jj i if Trial 216 14 4 Half brother S Needle Connor trial209 ToH tr nJjJfit 5ttb9ut 15 J hands Coaled 1903 OPT J v SvL GeocgeW11M92I1 Simmons 2744 f i tre of dlii t MBSan J iY arPatch Recbva iiB Dam etoi Mhes Sre of 22 includ j x 181tili lR2M fStSir jtm 5 I Who Knows 211K pamdf otI fWil1 a5 It1If D QFiii tQ it 1IIi1tNutbreaker 2952 iiv 74 f= Jennie btr 2151 f Record2a4j t i1nTDrfm of Nutbearer de b jf1m nor fNeddieconlSireI etc darns of artM heydwue 4Sifter Cor 20834w etc yicter San Breaker tr Bismark A Sire9fj2l210 and sister Dam of BaMlie27i llasli ir ifcK 4tNT rtrial 203 Silver FincfcI15 Abe J 2lVJ VJo wwf llVr y Reel 213 J Uutchland 2 J5 Alice Hutclicraft 17 i aj a Ptter2181 etc son of Simaions 228 and Moonstone 2261 i faun ot 4 J jiJENNIE L dam Of Neddie Connor trial 209 for which S lOO wuIjifmt NUT BREAK n 2052 record 224k sire of Nutbearer2X wftiiut r ifjlyiiC Williams stake and Walnut nail Cup 19Q2K Rosetta iaiK Ifartrsslliif Jr 21434 and 24 others and the darn of DuLce Cbr2tf cte f v Hear Brook Currys Sttmet About This u 1 j J Rahsbr6aker in condition is a really great show JumNi Itb fa goofgaItedl good headed dont pull donL bit loves cpipauijnwd j JieifKttr nianneJcd ffe will race right where he baa a tid1haape4tecV4ieewiett1 in and out of the istall Over the itad iii1sr1ct frWffYiysifttiViBtff control d perfect manners and a nice gwgotk llKb4 aMrileL ttenT WWK rITtralnedthcould havp driven him in 212 He Iovs gaaecaay S m Rrvuker will niak thesasoa of 1909 at the 3ifiigiaisl Fair Grounds at rltf 2Oto Insure a iiTiDg rMt 1 7 ti I lobf ll prEpredr to handle hors R r wr YoUr ptuo isr Hclted i Jo f ioFiQN LUft= Io A Knocker to n91an vh6 cant see good in any person or hing Its a habit caused bg a disordered liver If you fi4- ui t yti Jre beginning to see t injs tarough blue spectacles1trdat jjfour vrtu a good cleaning out process With Ballatds Herblne A uri cure ItJon i f I I 1tTebbottle i JiryISS XodOlIa I ra Viclopia towflMrGeorffC Pducedr 1 7 People pasti ililt itf- hay f jI WM t t rtb aJ oYit T lower 1ok ace Johyi JUany t 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