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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r BSAfJiSlfbD tLU j i E I 1 IN llJ3 i ri t J NEW IErnESYOL p xviHoi18 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY APRIL 29 1909 lil i IDR r EIFpftnw PRACT1- CALtENT1ST iI J Okyet Bayaon arr fpiL rktrale prices imarnse KY o fWRECTORY 18JUKCrnptD COItty seat eff WMCnty S Ues aottlla ail MMt K HUL9Jifc 59 J lIes frog it UT1H r Jter stewfi traHck ol tvkriUe aad JUihyllle tailroad is a1ara snd agrltiral district rMks JdectaPliaitteleJlIose i L4s xpcs c actrWs1beX e at1011Oipopa tioof tUj J tatbebi Confrc8 Hin t Bs 1 BMton KyIS XcsssttiYe ia KtckY Lei- i W C McChord ZtatlTC lJi State SeateHon i Q T oTanHcambeUsvlleXv I I wty D1rCtoy CIRCUIT COURT i ace1t CsrttI on the fourthtt MiEy larebcarJ May 4 d Octprt br i t Jug t I1triIlL boaaelwealtk At scayiiiin KQL haterCot l tIiQu KTiJiv LOUR i l Qiiarl clyCo 111r IIotll JI LttHJar I rODKTY OURT Ittty Cu1rt e ts ON tkiouth t bL4 y laCcli eiith i LLiJadge i 4 WfQeker CotntrC1erRT May GatyAttorsYFcgt qaUetttailerl 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trASonp L90GTt Spriugfleid iodv c t 50 aieels ArBtaod third Moudaj ackiitb t Wi k ttet A Chapter No 57 t YJ 55 TIleiK1a IIrII4 CoBHCJl Jto 52 meets Qtt IcvtrtkMoimday i KmefrI JtAcAUES Meet V44 1 Tfch1O I J j TUL- I y I llflEYriTARR flttritinaIEI remedy1 t1wot ax4 1Ifeta11ee1lo1k ccjjrtedy AcM evervtriwr nIThe jeiII nun HOMEY SMdt TAR k Vprge Rtfsibtitiis rpard only by Psisy Osny Oho w r w t4I Ip I ThTh NEWSLEADJ3RJ 7 t i T KENTUCKY ti BFBIKGFDCLD rtiihel4omtketkir k I OBSERVATIONS I r j Tiirecent decision of the Unit dStates Supreme Court in the Green County Bond casw against thecounty tbus serious 1 ly crippling the county Unan jally and commercially recalls the fact that at the same time iin 1869 Washington county voted f 1400000 in railroad bonds bear g interest from date and but for prompt action on the part of Washington county officials and citizens atthe time it wopld ojdy be groaning under a Much more ponderous load of bonded debtthan eitber Green or ray lor If such were the case itli would be useless to think of t working turnpikes erecting bridges or making any other improvement The unprecedent t ed high prices of land would jj haye been unheard of 03000 worth of these bonds together with 135000 coupon bondssde ached had been delivered to tbe Cumberland and Ohio Rail a oad by the county when Uriah SheWmaker and Thomas PLelps and about one thousand other citizens of the county brought an junction suit to enjoin the de livery land collection of the unde veredbonds thereby establish Ing for themselves a place iinthe countys history The case was fought in the courts for several years abd went to the Court of Appeals which decided adverse o the county By the provis ions of the charter incorporat ing the Cumberland and Ohio ailroad Company Approved S- ebrnary24th 1869 they were begin work on the roadingood faitbj within three years and the same within ten years from the passage of the act or forfeit the powers and therein conferred Thus the charter would expire and become void in June 1879 he suit of Shewraaker c was R still in the court in 1878 The railroad had not been completed and could not possibly be corn pleted in the time prescribed An effort Was now made to have e charter extended The tate senator from Marion courf ty introducing a bill to that ends the Legislature Hon W CK McChord atthat time a young Uwyer serving his second term- S e is county Attorney for Wash ington county was sent to Frank ort to fight ihe txrension The ill wds then pending iin the enate after a time Mr Mc hord succeeded in persuading majority of the Senators in favor of refusing the extenSion compromise bill was proposed Amending the original charter dividing the Cumberland Ohio o R jR onto a Northern and Southern division The counties orth of Washington were in the Northern and those South in the Pouthernwas extended for ten years but he extension did not apply to l the counties of Washington vletcalf Barren and Allen m This oill which was accepted tnd finally passed providedb hat the funds arising sale of the bonds or coupons of a he bondsCissued in payment of the subscription 0f the counties Washuigton Barren and Al 4enj if anpchzsained of if lay remained unsold in the iqands ofthe Company theyr be paid over and Deliver ed to the proper authorities el g e said counties and all iro1I tails tools and right of waycother material or property paK chased by lind with the proceeds tie the property of the counties A large amount oft iron at Le5 banon thus bdbame the property of Washington county which was inlmediately sold by Mr McChord acting for the c utntyt to the President of the Louis ville and Nashville Railroad Company for 13000 Which astnmediately paid into the TreasiI ury of Wkahington county As soon as it became known that cne QUi bad been agreed kpp ohe slawyersand Ohio Railroad CJ6 atiactied o the iron for their lees bUt J intt asmUch as it had a few days previous to this time been sOii uithe Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co and the mousy de posited in the county trseury he attachment suits were dig t missed The bill provided fur thertbtif 01rties of Allan Barren or Wash wgton had not ben issued ci sold such bonds or coup w sbouI4 not be isued Qr sold tc aid in the construction of thE Cumberland and Ohio Railroad but should be and remain tbE property of the counties iit- whois name they were executed After the passage of tfiis bill creating the two divisions the county attorney took possession of 300000 worth of the Wash- Ington County bonds on which was 00000 accumulated inter est and im the court house yard in this presence of a large crowd of citizens the bowls were burned Thus went up iq smoke what under other circumstances might have been seriously detrimental to the countys progress After this the county paid off the 103000 worth of bonds and judgment for 135000 on the cou pons fexcept about 35000 which were past due at maturity- In the Jegislature of 188990 Mr W 0 McChord introduced bill which was passedl allowing the county pay off to the old bonded debt by fssuiing new bonds for amount of debt payable in 20 years but redeemable in live years at the option of1 the cOne i court Th refunding bonds were cahedin from to time as the county court secured the money to discharge tbe 1until they Were all finally paid off sev eral years ago In 1886 negotiations were had for the extension of the Balrdstown branch cf the Louis ville and Nasuville Railroad to pririfield When the Washing ion CQunty railroad district was organized Bonds were issued to the emount of 80000 The road was built at a cost of 385 000 to the Railroad company These bonds have long been paid off and retired This in short is the istory of Washing ton countys experience inI the aiIroadbond cases Wordsto Freezsth1a 5 1 Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Qeo B Bley Inlita leading merchant of Springfield N Cby two erpwrt doctors one a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr ing New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Bley ns he was s well as ever 1 ould not take all jthe money in ths world for what it did for my boyJI Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth 50c and tlOC The Haydon and Robinson rug Store Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle fret f iI Notice kauffman Moyer Arnold Enterprise buggies for sale They stand fUr all that can be asked forin be buggy line Mo gul wagons Disk darrow QOr- n1aWrs Tobacco Setter and the American Field Pence the best aid fence en the market nall sizes from the 55inch face made No 7 top and bottom and No 9 intermedial wire and stage in he 26 inch hog fence and tbe estpoulty fence on the market t40centsperrodSt A C KIMBALL Mr 15G Fritti Oneon a N V writes My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Folejs Orino Laxatiye and I think it iis the best for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Oririo Laxative is best for women1 and children as It is pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as It- leanses the system and clears the complexion Sold by Haydon and Robertson LebanonMenSued The Harrodsburg Herald says J4 T Ovens 6f the Neigh bothoodhuftIedluitagainstGo sri both citizens of Marion coun yl asking damages for personal injuries done to him in the amount 05o75 Cleaver and Austin liver at Lebanen and it Is- aid that one is a doctor and the ther a traveling salesman They were touring through county on April 1 inltn au tomobile and Owensalleges= that in going froM Harrodsbarg to- Perryvi11s he Met then as be ws driving into town ia his buggy He says that they operated the machine so negli gently and carelessly jind with out any protection to him that they caused his horse to become frightened and to run Off deI stroying the buggy and serious tjly injuringtne horse He al leges that he suffered two broken ribs a long cut qnhis face that his neck was badly wrench ed and sprained and that he was- unconscious for an hour an va half after the injurv happened Attorney 0 E Rankin eire sents Owens I Swept Over NlaJ1ra This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ig flores the rivers warningsgrowing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal mzJadiesDropsy Dia betes or Brights disease Take Electricl Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feel ings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame backI one 100 bottle wholly cure meIwrites J R Blafikenshlp of Belk Tenn Only SOc at Haydon Robertson KentuckyFair Dates daysPerryvilleAug Danville Aug 44 days gtandford July 313 days Henderson July27Sl days Georgetown uly275 days Ma liBonville tstI35 days Winchester Augusts 4 daysllBlue Grass Fair Lexington August 96 daysSTaylorsviljle August 104 days Tlniontovra August 1O5 days ieitchfieldfAugust 174 days Bnrboursvllle August 183 days Brodhead August 18 3 days Sbeph rd ville August 183 days Ewing August 193 days Shelby ville August 2t5 days Springfield August 254iays London August 25 t days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August313 days TdmpkinsvilleSeptembe J5 days Fern CJreekSepUmber 15 days Bardstown September 14 days IHodgenvIlle September 73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days STAT FAIR LQUIvSVILLE SEPTEMBER 138 DAYS tScottsvilleBedford October 12 days t EmineT AuthNrities Sa tht outdoor exercfse is needed bye the American People Thats all very well but bow can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very simple use Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatsiq wlllgolleaving you as spry as a colttt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold bttbe Red Cross Drug Slot e t Lebanon Chatauqua iC At a meeting of the directors of the Proctor Kpott Chautaus qua association held Monday afE tornQontthe following officers were elected to serve during the j ensuing year J M Knott t president Rev J A HozartYJ and LH Thurman viceprcsi i dents Rev tT M Cornelison secretary 0 Th Thouras reaI cQrdin secretary and Henry R Coleman financial secretary Owing to the absence from the city of Rev T M Cornelison it was deemed advisable to have a j recording ecretary The po i sition was offered to W W Ru j bel but business engagements j prevented him from accepting j Later the directors elected PrOCt tor K McElroy to tbepositionI but he too for the dame reason declined to accept At tile meet ing Monday Mr Thomas who has been president cor the Oba f tauqua association i cE1its orIganization resigned the position to accept thai of recording see retarv The Chautauqua yill be held t this year tbe latter partof July i elevenldaysLebanon One Quarter Pound Week at lease is what a young baby ought to i gain in weight Does yours If nut something wrong with its digestion Give it McGees Baby Elixirl and it will begin gaining at nce Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops fretfulness goods fot teething babies Price 25 and SOc old by Red Cross Drug Store If you ezpsct to get the best a most reliable preparation for Kidney ttouble irifldmniatjon ol the blad der jheuciatism rheumatic pains weak back and backache you must gnt De Witts 1UdTaid Bladder Pills Th y act promptly and art sure Sol by the Red Cross Prug Store t a rFari Recollections h Old Veteran Glow ReJ t miniscent Over War EventsI T6 THE NEWS LEAD5ER Iti response to Comrade Crouchs request and hoping that the NewsLeaUer will give me space I will jjot down a few items to show that I am still in the land of the living Though like bimI must plead guilty tothe fact that we are growing old but I believe that I am tbe Kid in that crowd of old boys jhe writes about having recently 1inthehim I niust plead guiliy to wear log glajsses while penning these hnes V V Many notablevents in Awed canUisory besides toe Battle of Shiloh wtich caused the com rade to wrjte his letter have oc curred in the month1 of ApriL Beginning on the I 9th day of April 1785 the first battle of the ghtlatLexlDgton ty jsixth anniversary of that battle was made memorable by a mob in Baltimore assaulting the unarmed 6th Mas Regiment on itsway to the defense of the 10 uIlargeuI first blood shed for American Independence and almost the first blood for the preservation of the union should have benja shed by the people of the same state Massachusetts This is getting a little oft the tack IsUrted on but Iwillg ahead Ou the 80thof April 1789 Washingtn wak inauuu rat ed fi st Preaident of the United Sitttea at New York City tray clung by carriage from his borne at Mt Vernon to the then cap- i1fourt1t Obuntry Oa the 30th of April 1889 Benjamin Harrison he 23d presdent made the same trip over the same roads in a carriage Washington migbi pUSj sibly have had twj other methods ot getting thereon by riding horsebackrthe other by slow sail boat of some kind and here hischoice E Med But Harrison oould havey either fast train or swift steamer in fewer hours than it took Washington davs to make the trip On the 12t5 day of April 177 Henry lay the great crompro miser WitS born m Virginia It seems the irony of fate that on anniversary of his birth 1861 Edmond Ruin also a Virginian fire that shot which echoed round the world and inaugurate a war which lasted for four years and which orthe fierceness of the struggle and for the number and intelligence of the men engaged on both r1history uSliGrantwIi beginning of the Civil War he was hardly known outside of his own county But characterized by a tenacity of purpose indicated by the ampust dis patchl will sight it out on this line If it takes all summer through merit alone he had been prpmoifcdvlrom the rank of Cob onel in1861 till he came to the head VI the ariby jin 1864 and he conducted the war to a successful termination and history has given him tbe title of one of the great military chieftains of all On ages the 27th of April 1865 as the Steamer Sultana was ascend jog the Mississippi River Just above Memphis its boilers exploded and the boat took tire and burued to the Waters edge and more than 1500 soldiers per ishEdIIBut of wider and deeper interest is the 14th of April 1865 when the iapd of the 1aiMb struck dcton lbJgreat Wan Presidentt who lingered Jui on scions until the morning aLb e 15 when he passed through tb- ipilthat e separates earth from the mysteries of the Great Be yond Tdnsplungjng the peo intoLdeepest sorrow At ths mention oftb name ILinco niti thoughts fill my mind that I am incapable of expressing But I raggedlmotherless boron the frontiers or at least recent cettlftmenta ini Kentucky Indiana and Illinois nolforward slowlv and surely meeting upoihimfiatboaiingin forum or stumping hjs adopted state in J9tnfc debate with Stephen A Douglass the ad ranted Leader of the Deuircracy of that State and at least hold lug bis own witVlhat great speaker J Then for four years e see him at the helrpof State wield ing Jand directing the mighty power otgoyernraent until the Confederacy is daJ1a tthe integrity of the Union preserved A tenderhearted nun he felt to tLftil1 each disaster to the union cause and seemed to carry iin his heart the sorrow of the whole country Buj after all the anxiety ancj sorrow of four oftbe most event ul years of American History who can imj agine the joy that must have permeated his whole being when be saw that the Otb her had taken in 1861 to defend and preserve the Constitution had become true and that the union of these states was one and in dissoluble The American boy of today needs no better model to iorm a lofty character than Abraham Etkcoln For in him were comI bined truehonorthonestytp aU J men in all things and ambition to succeed in all he undertook and as these two things brpughtc i inecessp him so will it qo same for all others who make ah effort mtfne same directionf I am strongly in favqr of havirigat least one nleeting a year I am satisfied that the Editor of the Leader will believe after perusing this letter that IJJ can talk if I dont say inching and what is true of me is true of niost all of the old boys I think- the younger people woul4 great ly MI joy the trne stories of ad ventures wild and daring that could be told by m nyof the old comrades The middle aged would surely pardon us for wanting to do all the talking atII one of Our reunions font is nowfbut a matter of a few years when the last soldiers of thefCivil War shall have answered the last roll call and followed onaIt rafterrealities of the unseen worldii I think it would be botb amusing and instructive to the youngtt folks to see tfs cook and eat a dinner as we did in the days from 61 lo 65 tThet o ened if we could have an aUrrn to1tqrnlittle before we were ready Anyway if this goes I propose that 2Uomradl Crouch furnish the coffee Comrade Snider the bacon Comrade Hendren the I hardtacksome other COUlrtIet the top rail front which we will make the campfire and I wJjlI t skirmish around and get the water to make the coffee pro videdit is I in rbt weather aJ division of labor Now in conclusion I wait to say that in our youth we tbnilded betterthan we knew so far as tern pural things are concerned andr in making the Unitei States the great country that It is TheI great majority not onlolIthose who wore the blue but the IIA iimpossible to be WfI- t is impossible to be weft simply impotiWc J towels are constipated You must pay attention bS 1fct ws of nature or suffer the cone quencis UixBgested imateriali waste products poisonousIUbItanc6I1p inioved from the body atjwst once eackday or tfcwt i i1tbe trouble A sli grer k iMgMfeJe for mmcnse amount of suffttCgftnd sedoieUSe Adc Jr doctor about Ayers RHifc He Wt why Uiey act Cecily en the liver Trust Ihim J i oc J rT 1 Abso1reJy I The only Ukmg powd Ur- aad afrom Royal Grap CrsrnofTi cray also honorable men if one who wore the blue does say if Now in our age we should be marshaled under the Jblojod stained banner of the Prince 1m sin ndIlmanuel coabatinar wickedness wherever found tt striving1 will fell our power to1j not only gain lJenttanceourJ JY selves but to lead others iato that hotfse riot wade with bandit t eternal in the Heavens whOM Builder and Maker is God- W S CoviN Co F6th Ky Gavl A BibyShow in Sprlinjr I field would have matoy cont tanb but- tits tate to say that the healthiest Ibfes would win the prize No baby can be healthy who worms and must babies sufterfronIlandjvhleM lly they are kept free from theaii with a Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts r PIlrpgativeals3 children without Whites Creas Vermifuge Price 25 cents SoW by the Red CroS Dcug Store May Music Festival J Although much attention has been paid to Eiccardo Martin IItbee Premstad the wonderful soprano c whose appearance iJl be o- aogfatures ot the May Music 11FesUvahiIo8 the artists are suchag will ommandattention and Jntwefi tlfromwhere wAlbertI man who makes the baseballs his achieved equal success U a violinist and though barely s past his majority be is now zadgard d gg one ort the great virbtupsos of his time Be will plaj Fridayevening May 7th tUi cGemennese pianiste iis sofeiliiaBfc inll execution andjso 1 v din inter preUtion thatshVhM been ac curately described as tie tii nine Padere wski She will of play at the Friday matins R The quaretofhe New York p Symphony Orchestra whch will be heard throaghqit th M festiyal is regarded as oooffI- he fever drgabiMd Go rlOneRider Kelaey the Covent Garden baud Metropolitan star is the soprano and Reed Millet he famous oratio singer is the tenor Gustaf Holmqaist a i new basso who has been win fc ning musical honors steadily iisnhe paslfew years is a Kesibec b fit While Nevada Yarn dec Veer possessor of a rich aad powrfulscOntraIt td cooapMtt i he quartet v Iit During the the spring ever aa ti would be benefitted by taking esyze Kidney Remedy If fraIhP8 a tiledextrapurlLflea the blood by stlMBlatifcc tk eeys and causiag tkm tQ esmlMe- he Impuritlesfromlt Foleys Kid bineyvigorI Pleasant to takev S l14 byP Haydon and Xob rt Some good foods for little chicks are cracked wheat aWe oatmeal raw eggs1 thkikaid- with l bread crumbs johmny cake naked beans cust rdst wse f cut bone bread and Bilk Mi sloppy dry crUib4 curd at iropy jltttnce chopped ooiok eggs boiled oraebatlf iKwt a4 well Mincar mixed inlet sid s aid wheat aoi later ctskedab Hdfooikeathet irsitimorIisutF A f od sSven zoom W4NJiDf W Grrundy Thjot rwt WI9iWar ia biMia food garden andoUi4iiDpApplJ to l T D1Ap it l fiJ ii ttt11 1 rd tLt g iSU3RJPfl t r 77 I J i r It YIAR t rr 1 iarnutu- t tr J Ij LEBANON t j f fi ftbS7to tlMJi1 h nHGerlie yJive and eo kr =ec of the IM and Mr GseWiii a IIJ If foung txaii ot Iua married s CfclMfe Vajby K 7 Father WwW iswill make UMirvliM M Liitr Vflle 1 4ra 1iaabal 1Ift1 Mr Leo E1UIssa ItOof 1M ORutl lif Iiv rrriMatlist ida R7 Pib Jt Pf lfflciatiag Tb fcn4 wim a sit fjnlaw of tbfroo 4i hr f 4AtMrLA 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Wt kwsaiS j 4ytk1ag44S tWltta I 4i9Ufii r 1 41S WS ISi Titod byII Asrstasrot MUM that os vaJ w tWo M IMW W R 1 aooipssSL foDdI 1tat Uss4y 1I the tore 1rMd G 4SssysbW rn a rJ j F y t to late thec I1 Hoae1bll y = 7 r I 4SPRINGFIELD l KY R1iil I vIM1DaflxyIauoLY tlIE JSSPI POUJI- S Isor UHt Pblisbrs vSIJWS AiP 19O9Mj55 r ricket 1f11 Ti4cuitJudeIT HL THURMAtf 4 eitfer3fatya S HILt F e1 JGnHAKJtJ geJ LlJSEY 5AtTL imP-t tk P Mx4ZR- j CI CIerkBOBOZ- S II 1ir I AiasowJ rjEtiseesitJwpUSR h joZo DJCATLZTX ji W T MITXELL DR l 9JtQKE rs L WOZIS j crWillson Friday iis vtI1l an i free pardons for W Taylor Charles Finley i JriQa QIT B 1l1t4 I W t ztck Steee alld th J hi5Li Bowers alIJ under in- cc tfietwHifr for complicity In the jiSia r r William Gwbel The omlyr i s rprlse 1i tie fniterile- ah tvth lhiiptrdon were as long lMi KMiiDffM thy were u1t WIM ecedea bfqrt the election1 thaVCfo Willson would pardon- StheV Mr Wiilsoai nas boasted ir Aj of thaJic had not niuch of a reCord- S v M a parde Binjp GpvernorL butCi tJit aitipi to M that a Governor- who can p1I1in beoretri1t with a l courtsfa noes pointing to titir giilVha pardoning rOOd second only to one whoI if J i Hjparo to criminals be forrifcey have been arrested or l tif1 Vtt1I i8 a 1OAiIHa1d II Sultan of Jtirkeyi uras deposed yesterday rOm the throne of the Ottoman empire by his subjects for his inM i rlrnce with the progress ofp l pojnilir government under the W ri5 GoartaUUoii granted by him last Jilj and his brother Menem mtRMCtifti Effendi bow oc 4 r ppkrtbejtrlrojie Tne change wtt decided ittpn by 1he Nation al A Eiblr without a dissent in yqiee and it was carried out I witht tbntnct rapidity The I- new Sultan will be officially knows asIMehed VSf AtTtbVlastJiarf oi a twoday speech Senator Bailey demoted iieariy thrVt oufsin the 1enata Taesdax tQ ijcussjon the 5 i legal aspects of his income tax amendment to the tariff iIJtt citin namerous cases and au j thoriiiee to maintain the view j s r that such a law would t e con sti utional Be was intei rupted 4 by Seiatora who at times offeree objections to his positions or sug Bested iatbbritiestp sustait himt ii When ycmtake Kodol the loop you have eaten willf ho digested rat rallyr regialarly aad prbiaptly and intkLr wmjrKodol giyes The stomacha cS ce jo rpgaiq its lost strength and b althaQ d after p little while you Reed sottake KOk1 longer but take it vbile you do seed it and if it fails tote tYQyourmneywUl be re tatitMd UTotf It is tola1 by the Re OfD SLre- V Mclntyrc 1 bMr and Mrsv JJB Hill Mr and Mrs SidneyJo1mston and MjTt and MrrJ f tteenespentI imosti8njoyablV3ay with Mr ani ACrs J K Wheatley last SiIrj 7- U k Ls litoej u Mil wi fctir SiSfMt tti ZSWThPOtL JUlaTiottk or commoa glass withYwatte iad let it stand twentyfour houriabnckdostsedi- gSj stringy or milky caranceoften icsttes aaun healtJlycondinotlof aeystoO fre quest desire to inStbtte1ty9llyt ceoOdpdwcd ftttwtioa 5WbaLT 1seoinfoitin the knowleJge ad IrSSSr the great kidney remedy MID eecy rwhin correcting rbiatt7jj the M kidney a L0lIo 8U oltbe Ji M1wataJ1 ftri11lt1iror 1 Boeing compelled go oflea Ih day to Jet1I P ny Sing1J ue night SWaPRt- JfheU3l 1 Ij bigbeMbdVreinarksb1e i it m iac prop Jf1OI Jat = = 8WL IthigIM tyest- 6 15 Dr lirCoim t5s bLY thstIihaT If Dr Pr ta SD4thSI 1b s Ic 5Err1r Tjtlta the little daughter ot r and Mri Olel PPs happens d to a very painful accidert ast iSiturday yaljgate falllnjif n her and breaking her leg jpeeDt injf lastctatdpyMi i Mary McGill of Bard s 1 town iii expected this week to isit Misses SalHe and Eliza clntire 1 1I iH Susie Thompon of Fred ricktown was in our midst Moiidaf 1 Misses Lossie and lary Boss hie1itertaineda iwoSt cnarming miiiner Sundhi F vf ter lthl social All re ilanlcetime rr L 11l attd Mrs T F Keene an jour iIedaulteispent own the g 2fondaylflf ff EUaMostgomery f jl Kr Paul Keene sold one hprse f f Monday for 100 l Mr and Mrs W K Smith of iardips Creek spent last Tues day withJ G Ensor and family raVf piomise to do better the nextj time r WeOfen wonder how any person tie persuaded into taking anys thinjf but ffpleys Honey and Tar forSOug1i coldrl and lung tibuble Do- otbe fooled into accepting own k or other sub9ttutes The geauhfe contaies BO harmful drugs nd is id a yellow package Tick CreekT Mr Ben BugjE sold fortyfive cia of land to r Jessie Lick Long Lick for 500 Mr William Gowena ot penTer Co is visiting relatives this community Mr Ed Brady had the misfor une of having c fine mare and cjoit x die one day last week Mr Philip Stumph bought a new buggy of Campbell and Walker Price paid 116 Mr Lois Yankey and Miss Nan t nie Hilton Mr Mandville Law t Whitebiqsettended hirch at MackvilFe Sunday Mrs Diellen Wilkerson and a son John visited her brothio aWl Mr Dan Wilkerson Sunday Mr Abner Hilton and Mr rk and Jimmie Powell of thist lace attended the musical at G Graves last Thursday Jnight Mr Henry Lawrence bought eight barrels of corn of C 0iShewmaker Of Beechland ftI350 per barrel Misses Nellie andJennie nay don entertained Mr Oscar Lan arn and Miss Verna Rogers Mr r Shannon and Miss E hel Rogers Mr John Kelly Miss Roxie Ce cil Mr Stanley Rogers and Miss Mary Rose Janes on lastI undayevening Misses flallie and CordieI Whitehouse Maudyille and Win Lawrence attended the sccial at the home of Mr Tom Bakeral- dillsboru Saturday night Id Rather Die DOctor have my fet mt offsaid M L Blngiam p Princeville 111Ubut youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight does if you dont said all doctors Instead b used BticlcIeVs Arnica Salve till wholl r cured Its cureloJ Eczema Fever Sores Boils Burns and Phd astound the odd25c at tHe Hayddn n Kbbertson Drug Store Hardis ChapelI Mrs Bettie Canary has re turned home after spending several days last week with her sister Miss Mattie Hiatf of Mactfville r Satdurday Sunday of last w with Mr Ray Logsdon Mrs LoisPetersbn and daugh ter Dorothy of Chicago span t Monday pf last week with Mrs Lee RiaLt Miss Della iLogsdon has re turned home after spending sev eral days last week with friends and relatives at this place Mrs Nellie Logsdon indo chi dren Hattie and nHartCord spentt Thursday witb Mrs Marfon Sweeney Several from here attendedl the sale of Mrs Mary Drane Saturday Mrs Jack Johnston of Spring field spent Monday of ast week with Mrs Lee Hiatc- j J Mr and Mrs H rS Fen jpjck and Mrand Mrs R Lhatand family pfFerddySMrs Nellie Logsdon anjl children spent Sunday with Mrs Will Coyle 4 Mrs W F Barker and Son Muyjs spent several days last week with her lather MrJ B Maves near M ckvin planilugare planting out their gardens itr and Mrs Will Bowles spent Monday with Nellie LOJJS don and family IG W Fenwick sold a milch c w and calf to Fred Milburn BrudyIt anything where salve Is Jleeed than BeWitt Carbolized Witch Hr zel Salyf It is especially good for naW sell and reCommeBd U 1d b tbr ttd Croes Dnitot 15W w Fair View Annie Bishop Sallie Pe1 dren and Russel Hardin visited be home of Mr Parish Satur y night and attended the dedic Cdtionat Woodlawn MrsJ W Hays lost a horse aweek ry 9ndIW 8 Saturday night from Bloomtield Mr Math Truax is visiting is brother Mr Jas Triuax We regretted to hear of the- eatbpf Mrs Bruce Williams Mrs JE Stevenson and Ora Carney visited at the home ofc WofordSaturdaynigbt Everett Rubv of Fairfield at- ndd the d dication at Wood rind Sunday have some kidney or bladder disorder that saps the vitality which is natur lly lower ia old age Foleya Kid ey Remedy corrects urinary trou blest stimulates the kidneys and restores strength and vigor It cures uric acid troubles by strengthening the kidneys sb they will strain lout the uric actd that fettle1 in the mu acles and jbinis causing rheumatism byHaydon Robertson L Willisburg Mrs JJ Sharp and children re the guefet pf her father Mr E Wilson at Texas MrVand Mr3rW M Selay of Danville were the guest lofrela liyes here last week Mr and Mrs J MTrelltI ere catted to L uisv lIe last rsduy to see Mrs j Trents mother Mrs Shradex who iib quite ill Mrs J H Burton iis the guest of her sou Harry Greenwood in Louisville Mrs W T Wells has return ed home from Lawr neburg af era few days stay with her Brother Frank Mitchell who is- jtitteiiL We are gladl to report Mrs Oscar Colnin convalescent after severe sick spell Charlie Hungate haTreturned home from Bowling Green where he has been attending school Mrs Mary Sutton is confined o her home wjith La grippe We are sorry to report Mn 1 W Reed no better at this Writing Mr Dan Mollvoy and family of Feowick spuntt Sunday with his mother Mrs Mary Mcll oy Quite a number of our citii zens will attend the Camp Fire meeting at the Christian Church at Chaplin Friday Rev Grubbs will fill his regu lar appoiutmeht at the Christian Church at this place Sunday 4 A Knocker is a man who 1tsee good in any person or4ring Its a habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that you are beginning to 5ee things throughblue spectacles treat jypur liver ltp a good cleaning out pr ces8 with Ballaida Herbine Asure cur for constipation dyspepsia indige ion slcI headache biliousness all liver stomach and bowel trq bles 1old by RedCross Drug Store I U FOURBOXESIT f a An Effective Quartet of Great Gov j erning Powers rhe world is governed by three oores said on American wit of a cen tury agothc cartridge box the ballot box and the bandboxeBetween the first two of these great goremlng powers no one questioned the natural alliance but that the sex whose box was the bandbox should also claim aright to use the ballot box was in his day undreamed of Half a century later during the civil war Horace 6reeley the famous editor opinionifadara bluntly at a pub lic meeting to the pioneer suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton the bullet yqutwant to vote are you ready to fight Certainly suV replied the quick witted ady to the delight of the audi ence I am ready to fight Just as you have fought with my pen Not nil the early women suffragists would so readily have countenanced warfare even la jest for a notable number of them were Quakers or pf Quaker ancestry to whom force was abhorrent In the Society of Frlend the rights of men and women have been always absolutely equal so that as Lucretla ilott declared It seemed but natural to wish to counsell an act with men everywhere on ever terms as she lied always donc in Nantucket One Quaker philanthropist Abby Hopper Gibbons who had never been identified with the womans rights women yet acknowledged with de mure humor that although she toUted little about her rights she hid heeL in the habit of always taking them when she could nOnce howeyer she failed to take a very Important one when she was summoned to do so She had a singu larly bold and flrp handwriting easily mistaken ford mans and often signed business communications simply A H Gibbous soLthat she one day found herself as a citizen and a taxpayer Imperatively required In the name of the Jaw to furnish reasons why she should not serve as A Juror I know of none she wrote serene lslyatthe foot of this formidable document and sent It back But the official who read this apparently Impertinent response must have investigated the record of his correspondent and lound ill Treason for A H Gibbons house Bolder of New York was excused rom service lif that fourth box so Impdr iltot In civilized communities the jurr Toita Cotapanlon St5 w T Fi44- i1 i Time Flies t- IIs in old adage 4 Its a big jump ihpugh from the time or the first clock to now Bridge the youSThe first clock crude the one of today chronome ter Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry Is what you find the year iround at my Jewelry Store My new sto k reflects my being expert in select i ing a Jewelry stock To Save Money Buy From Me = Jas Ji Graves+ + c414 x Home Sweet Home s Senator McLatirin of Mississippi ells a story to lIIustra e his conception of the difference bet reen the treatment or the colored bnlher up north uud d wnsouth A MI slsslppl darky went np Jo Kansas and jhortly got stranded He begged f r food and shelter from door to doer and got neither Finally he wandeed back to Missis ejppltand knocked u VVhat are you doing at my front door you black rascal r want something to edt d Welt go around to the back floor and get It then yon rascal said tbe white man Then the old negro rememberlnp the police way In which his requestst had been refused In Kansas threw up his bands and exclaimed I Bless Gavdf Is among jmy OWl people at lastl Washington istar 11 5Deanof the Cabinet With one exception James Wilaon izf Iowa secretary of agrkulture slncr March 4 1897 holds the record for con BecutlVQ service In the cabinet and b will soon reach the period when JIlI Will have served longer than any cabiS net minister In the countrys hlstorjj llthough seventyfour years old he tb hale and heart7Albert Gallatln scs r tary of the treasury under Presidents Jefferson and Madison from 1801 to 1814 has been the only cabinet otllcer o surpass Mr Wilsgns present licord A native of Scotland Mr Wilson came to this country wltb his parents when a boy of seventeen settling In Connecticut Three years later here I JAMES WILSON uoVed to Iowa locating In Tama cotta n where be has since made his Louie le began Ills political career as a mew jer of the Iowa legislature serving lice terms one as speaker of tbe iouse In 189 he was elected the ortythlrd congress reelected to tbf Fourtyfourth and after serving soy oral years as mpuiber of tbe Iowa rail way commission was returned to till Fortyeighth congress For six year prior to beomlag secretary of ngrlcn ture Mr Wilson was director of th agricultural experiment station nni professor of agriculture nt the low Agricultural college nt Ames During his Control of affairs of tbt department over which he preside Mr Wilson has seen It grow from t modest Instltbtlon Into one that rapu flee the whole country Clergyman Squelches aPantheist- In the town where the Rev Dt Emmons was pastor lived n physician tinctured with the grossest form of pantheism who declared that If IK ever metDr Emmons he would easily floor him In argument Quo day thc met at the home of a patient The phy 6lclan abruptly asked Dr Emmons How old are you sir The doctor nstoiltihed at his rude ness quietly replied Sixtytwo Maj r ask sir bow qng you have llv d Since the creation was the p mUll Idfs replySAll suppose then you were hi tit garden of Eden w th Adam and vet I was there sir Well Wld the wily divine ve nil know tberc was a third person pres tnto NniMvlUo Banner t W Sell 1nol on the positive guarantee that if it does not give sat isfaction we will return the entire aniount of money paid us for it We ask all those who are rundown nervous debilitated t aged pr weak and suffering from 1every person stubborn toliis Jiangingon I coughs bronchitis Or incipi ent consumptionto try Vinol with this understanding is j a WANTED THEM SAVEDl Lincoln ttckto Hia Selection of tHospital Chaplain The nomination of n Mr Sbrlgley of Philadelphia a Unlversallst for the position of chaplain for the hospital was not met with favor on all sides and a delegation of protestants tvenls to Washington to see President Lin coln on the subject The following luItcrvlew was the result We have called Mr President to confpr with you regarding the appoint j2Ieflj as hospital chaplain 0h yes replied he president l hav sent lila name to the senate and hq will Ao doubt bp cqnflrmed at an curly date One of the young men replied We have not come to ask for the appoint ment but to solicit you to withdraw the nomination J nSb said Lincoln that alter the ease But du what grounds do you wish the nomination withdrawn The answer was Mr Shrlgley Is not sound In his theological opinions The president Inquired On what questions is the gentleman unsound He does not believe In endless pun ishment Not only sosir ibut tie be lieves that even the rebels themselves will be finally saved was the reply Is that so Inquired the president The members of the committee re sponded Yes sir Well gentlemen If that Isso and there han way under heaven where by the rebels can be saved then fot Gods sake and their sAkes lot the man be appointed Mr Shrlgley was appointed and Serv cd until the end pf the war Boston Post THE GREAT BOMBARDMENT A Constant Rain of Missiles Upon the World s Atmosphere The regions of space beyond our planet are filled with flying fragment Sme meet the earth In Its onward rush others having attained Incon ceivable velocity overtake and crash j Into the whirling sphere with loud det oration and ominous glare flndlngde structlbn In Its molecular armor pefhapg rlcocbettlng from It ngaln Into the unknown Some come singly va grant fragments from tile Infinity of space others fall In showers like gold en rainy nil constituting bombard ment appalling In Its magnitude It liar been estimated that every twentyfour hours the earth or its atmosphere Is struck by 400WOOOO mis sUes of Iron pr stone ranging from an ounce up to tons In weight Every month there nish upon the flying globe at least 12000000000 Iron and stone fragments whlcb wlth lurid accompa niment crash lInto the circumambient ntmosphere Owing to the1 resistance offered by tilt air few of these solid shots strike the earth They move out of pncc vltb a possible velocity of thirty r forty miles per second and like moth plunge Into the revolving globe lured to their destruction by Its fatal attrac tion The moment they enter ur at mosphere they Ignite and the air Js piled up and compressed ahoad of them with loconcclvtrtilo forcei the resuitamid friction producing an Immediate rlseli temperature and the shooting star the raetedr of popular parlance is the re suJtl rA Subtle Hint A representative In congress who Is the father of several briglmtgtrls tells a story wiiereormie daughter Js the main figure For a long time1says tire repre sCl1tntlc1 had the bad habit pf hanging about the lower floor when the girls hailmen callers Quo even Ing I had settled lii au easy chair in time reception room just off the draw Ing room when ono of my girls who was talking ton bright chat from on own state called out Dad What Is It daughter Its 0 oclock the hour when Tom and i usquJl go Into coramlttap Harpers 3V6ekly When an Ostrich Kicks The only salt iIaee In t ho neighbor hOod of n kicking ostrich Is justt be hind itsald n olhcpiiory An ostrlcU can kickt mule to dpnth but Ht kick nre delivered lint uygjo of 4i Jopries Within those lodrgrtitt Tlpht nixin the popes flosf of the Ilrd there ubsolutt 1lttjOu fM ostrl l farms of Cnllforiiln when tthe herds nrMclu driven you will alwjtiytfisuetho uftriel boys holding on to the tails of ba l kUkers Tho klckers1 tear alnag amf their scaly legs shoot diUTJlke piston rodsbut the UoysIu the sbjlter of tbr popes nose are safe4New Orleans TlmcsDemo rat Condemnation What do you t kot tnOO1 Jot of Europeap nrlstocraqy asjsxnslnlawi r asked the ord tluii frleud v Well answered MrqumroxjtlJP ww Choir relatives boss tthorn around Indicates thAt they ought to make easy jiusbnnds Washington Star t The Idiotic Affair Irate 4arentAui I to understand there Is eanie Idiotic affair between you and that Impecunious young risji Lord Bllarls Fair Daughter vet sweetly Ouly you U1pat illustrated flits r a isPATRThis fice sUUion will make sthblekTomNortheast of i1udat SIO To Insurea Colt to Stand and Suclc Brown horse sire Eat Dblan byWabit1gtmNo hyOroni well 73 by Washington Denmark 64 dam jf Pat DolAn Alice 54 by 8rpsHalc n 103 bfCockspur MontrostnJILGt byBoog3t Sa n t yBoydWerFS lighTakingsideration he is bund tomake fine stopk borse PAT K is showing up tobe a fine breeder his pbjts all be fin- enddfgoolsiz 9 IWI1laISO at S IDcf tune and place stand this Jack DICKAtSS ora r ltto sndanduck J Ho is a black j kll2hanrts bJgh with white points fine none arid st le Dick is by tHe Jim Stone jack and out of a fine jennet His mules brought top prces Jast year at weaning time j Lien retained on all colts sired b y either hofse orJjack for ser vice fee H T VIRGIN M d1y 7 B 1ttjjtP BLACK GI4NTA handsome black Jack 15 hands high as handsomea looking jack as you can find anywhere and an extra breeder will riiake time season iat the Stone Wall Stock Farm 3 12 miles North of Springfied on the Spring field andBloomtleld ttirnpikeat IO To Insure a Living Colt for a Mare mule and 8 for a Horse Mule Lien retained on colts until season is pafl You are cordially invited to call apd see my s ock A B HIINIIBY kyrHal Hamilton 41326 I This tine troting bred stallion will make time season of 1909 at my place onehalfmile iroiii Frederickstown on Bardstowii road at l15 to Insure liiYing Colt 5Hall Hamilton bay horse foaled 1905 by Alpha J 2875 dam Elkrnajd by Elkhorn 13909 granddamSarnh Francis by Madrid 1835 Alpha Jsdam allulabi by Tennesse Wilkes 2735 he by George Wilkea r ord2 22 Alpha Js dam Taflulah dy Brown Hal 1G935 At same time and place will standJy Jack sToTEI At S Tq ljfsQra Living colt- Lien retained on all Colts sired by eithe horse orjack for service fee Qarjtaken to prevent accident but not rpsponsible should any octur JL HaiziiFrederickstowri Kjv 5 ACIil 3tcry 11Th qijcaii of l jnover iri of Kirv Ernest Augustus lt naitftoK bctlor known as t1J Iu of 1IINrtnc son of George IT fJumm about 1912 of Hi iflimoss whi h buClot- tbe wlilJl of her tifryt Jts ii IN rob cnusc IJurhigr hir lilncse n rJjjirvoj ftutwnf carsimltcd w1aoT8t t cumliins slrm nI1 ldn tlO t or Itwfrrx1yr tr meIIetteIovlv n over tthp auet n dUl si5ROklai of II novcrruftccr his vIfesdcmtltgav orders that hoc bi arbin piiittI j ways be li pt M though IhlIIItcni pet1Ipyns r t Uiivt re shaken hjl water Tirouifhl fled tinS UatnUcst iJijrs hilil lit rwidluesw for her IIon lites 5 Yet Thsy Ntj ed Exercise T vo tnen whrso oCfros WrrOn the second flour were 0i tjiw Jlrrt floor WiJUns for an clot stor Long mud lImpatiently they WN hour nof frxiklnjrextrtf veltriond s6l reaidfkcd the lavyer5 i J No Y aUKlc repllecLlb l ohrteiij mnn Tbiiik Ill join mi athletic club- I nccKthc e QrclsoxMe JOQ sun they walled tor tIme elevator Kftmmms City Times IccH rl2ant Dzllra OIOCUiI litIilCtjllIiliiOU1IVY IU his bare feetdni eatdciw J got millions t1yCleveland Leader t0 555dj 1 A + V V 1O1N EDELEN IRV1N1 ITT- TheI Coppage Cafe QQ IItCOLWORATEfl X j NMCQrner 7th Market LOUISVILLE KYt v x Home Phwie 7765 Special AttutlMtt Me IrMr CMtaMrs Litub SulH3S 7 l 4 We make a specialty sf the fillbwing brenda MattinJIy Moore Spf i rKf2 at4OO tBelle ofMarion spring 19024 J Everglade Watbents Spring 1WkU JI We also handle Matting IY Mttre RJIi Etrfc t v and Willow Spring bottled iiBbtud twtt f i Apple Brandy and Blackberry Wfce 0 ILLUSTRATION T26TIiLt THATZON The only son of Onward with dam by lam QPat leIt Jin the country Qvvrardis the leading Mre of 2J30 performers Maabrlno tchen ii4 theleading broodmare sire A A Y j Ic ri Ow rd4lt j Of1Pette 207K1 Colbert 206 Onward Silver 208 and 169 others la230 i to1 i tPatienceS + George Wilkcs 519 Record 2 2 sbreofSS s dams of J66 in23ti to11r iIDam ofirectprs2il7c IS05J Mambrino Batch en 58 Sire of 25 3amsof448j n23Q Daughter ofS bJ Il 1 DollySpankerr j XjiMambrIno C1iref JlAT1l oilFannyt BenFrankhin f 0Mambrino Chief 11 1 IRhodes Mire Dam oMrfadythorn 218 f I American Clay 34 lDaughterof i1 i Onward 1411 record 225 14 sire of Pearl Onward 206 BeQzett4 Z0 l l4Th230 and the dams of Choral 200 12 Symbole r 209 J2 Leola 10 14Gftstotieton 210 14 Annie Leyburn 210 12 Mary P Leyburn 211 14 aadJ7iOtb7eri in 230 ftflam rio Pafcheh 98 sir of 2o m 230 and the dams of Kalph IPiikfeJr 200 3 4 Jupe 207 34jBrightlight2U8 12 Bo jncer 2OO Rubber glOVarfm others in 230 r Tvjf ILLUSTRATION will make seasonof 1909 at y stable atk30R3nS c VILLE KY at V V To Insure aColt Until WcamDf TfaftTy A lien retained on all until season money is paid Altcare will be taken to preventaccidentsf not responsible should any occur Season J money due when mare is sold or parted V Those living fa the vicinity of Springfield with coljb aturesheel wishing to bed fo Ilustratiori by notifying prftm aVnce I will meet thrin at Gabberts iqBacco barn in Battle KifithIllustration I mean by this when thfoal is only sevrn days old 1 i J ra fl DeBA UNC- ornihville i Xyi McCABE CUMMINS DEALERS IN I Straight Kentucky whiskies Tvap3 it r V ot ship Whiskey froinV4ito IJOyesd Ji lt 225 tat 400 Mtfte I4 Orders from Kezmtuckv filled Tron our rudiana howse 1ii Ser 5tSt4 e t 5S ji i1 aso carry itfst6olr V Pure blackberry and rapewine pergal2 rsWhite corn whiskey per al J j tl I Pure apple brandy per gal I 3 fS z Address all ordersto i McCABE UMyJ11NS f 32S West Market St LOUISVILLEKy- 4 i I EXESTESTEpJ 0 t I l 7 44 5WS i 30 WI Russe11y JELtERAsNDPPT- 0 iIkN i F1 JJ hIIY 11 r Lameness inHorses Ham etonl 5By t 10 colts with We We h f1 f 5 5h 5Muci of the chronic lameness in bores sdUeto neglect Seethatyororeisnotallow dtogo1amc C c Sst r Liniment oil hand and apply at the llrsjps Gt tSLIt wondeully penettinggoes nibflO t sp 5thesorenessjimber up thcj1ts and makes the ttJ e1asticnd plitS sS 1S j I S1oas Liniment r Lmaa t 41 iwi11ltill a spavm curb oi aphiat puffs d suisi Slenjoints J apd is a sureandapetdyitmedyforfistu fYItIq q l founder ancl thrush Price 5ocaDdr d DrZrlSebeekea 3loaiSi- eea BII a5rX ftTEi ir rsr a 0ttIMta Early 1 irs MUWSSISl IM Isps tdshwas vozIsdp I i w r iWirR T1fl11t J Dl UJJIRTOINTE- ETWEXTIACTED 11 T q TIT ill aITh9pI PAIN t f fl1OkrP na PBINGPl LD iI Dti Work Strictly t Firat lanT i Y D JCjJlUID Thji qSSirge- ondcehours8oam 1 f 1tDpm 0Iice over aydos flrugstre Jitjoniumk se cHcr1eItt No 1 t d taIdeRcC Nie 38 f WJFIORtIGSBY o ATTQSNEY ATLAW c syc feoptea- pUWFIELD 1J k icy 4 n r tJ i jJr jiW HYATT Ooiover Red Cross Drus j 94oeOce31ours Hyatt 1030 H tb t2 m4 to 5 pm ti J9I1NYIMAYES rUIFR4L uitiECTOB e AaICEMSED EMBALMED j TKE PHONE DAY ifi NIGHT 74 SPRWGFiELD KY t r ffyittheBestFL1DIJRukour I Prieof Washington f j OR x Sprinpld Choice JMamulactured by TJiW1Jarb J ijo JsfTWe pay lhighesti market price lor grain UNTS KMNIEY AND IACIACHE MEthCPPIE TOMB w flEriiMf vrwpaaBd MM hifcir tMBMM IU B88 0Isus Health Fir Tfct KUitysi ow o ebi d ltesc s Y00L a4 n1III I1f lM hf tUWtf a WW M tMlfc Me r srfi Haydon 8c Robertson KALB1LC KANSAS CnYMOJ PmW f 7WLTRY FEI Eynr Clm Me cUM tiMMMtKtad kMMr UiMlutUac ww I c oCID tor II1JWBsS11Q h 11 wI r WHIT 4Cream Vermifuge UIRlITEEI WORM REMEDYI r tH pMUJatfrf FAYOTITE TONIC swc eP f PJKlAJlULYY R5e w LiUlnieiit Co M LOVI Me j SJDREJSS Notice J 2 Afl perl I ii iviDicJaim81 J 9jSt tIj fl of nL 1Wh YIP decaedl will pr set- inr pepper ptoven drio r1 ifreJMIlJi4 1PQ9 nde- L q1Itd orto WD O1ybroo Alt persons TtHovfirrg g f tbeue1vie I indtJutea 16 the st 11quests d to ettla pron W ptly j K fut x r i1m ri ThiUI i TOWN I 1 9AJL1 ww ri Local Happenings of tiThe Freshest and Latest V I t AllAbout Yourself Friends 1I aiid Acquaintances I J JI MM8 FOR SLEOne Jersey cow W H LEACHMAN the Go to Miss Knotts frthe alswe11tliingsf TThe bestih the millinery line d at Miss KnOts intV overT FOR Shadersgroccri ItENTF0dr nice rooms lP M LA BUCKS The best refrigerators for tbeI leas money at Lea bman ana Campbells l FOR SAiiE NiceI jersey cow and calfr Fine milk and butter cow J WV jarboe t The latest in trimmed hats Jt Mrs Mulllcans dyer Peopl sdi JJ posltBankI thSjSay Does you buggy need painting Call on A CKiman balllat the oldJ Casey oPJ See Leachrnan and Campbell beforahuying screen doors at d rf windows m New hats each week in rea y to wears and trimmed Irate it v Miss Knotts dFORt yardnd1acre round on Eat Main Street Apply to JOHN W LEVIS FoilRENT The home Wit thliibdrgj tian ofrThe ladies of the Presbyterian church wills rvea Strawberry w supper at the Court House May 20th FOR SALE Pour nice Duroc gilts jwid one male hog out ofFthe Shelbysow Hazy by Mas terptece D SAER0111Lphone 107 I 5 eldKi rr 2 John Pojin of color was tried in the Police court Tuesday on a itcbarglocal option territory lor the- opurposeof saleand acquitted saIabHah4zeciatnoon- b P yesterday at the home of MrD P Casteel near Willisbarg after t aingering illness of consnmp Hon D ceased was about 30 yeas of age 1 iThe jntermeuti will be id FairView cemetery h today off a Rev A C PinWph filled his appointment at Mr T A Ta 1 turns Hast Sunday and a large crowd was present He willu coqtiftue to preaehatMr Tam nm s home each tiiird Sundays of the month at 3 and 730 pcIockpm The many friends of Mr Nick Riy a former Springfield boy 11will be plead o learn of his re cent rimridgerlo Mi4S Florence Retfanold of Mont Pleasant Tennessee Mr Ray is a son of placeIwhile Miss Reganold Is a beauti ful and popular Southern bele INext Sunday being the first Sanday of Mt y Will be observed UtSt RosE with the usuall cert m mies fur that occasion A Solemn Hjgh Mas will be jjaid at 730 a m and atS p m there will be then sary Processi6u aermpuand benediction The many friends Of Lyman wilT he pleased to learn 18rber has had another honor conferred on him at Wisconsin University He has been elected orator of his Class to compete iniintercollegiate contests In aUcIas of48 Lyman received 45 votes Tbs shoAfs his popular1w ty at the tFuiveraity Next TuesUv Vill be a big day in Squire Ninsthllleiidren Ist court at WillisburgaV three im pbrtant cases will oe Henry Settles will b9 retrief 1absSfdrbredchot the peace arelso out for Step Hughes and RW Wall who engaged in a difficult in Willisburg in which a pistol was accidentally discharges strikingR s COB Baker iinflicting a skin wound j The entertainment given b the church Jadies tthe of the Court r Houii1i Tuesdav nightwas a most credi table the Miss Della Crowder Miller iisatrulv greatentertaintr her Bn personation of he character In Ben IUr was spleadid r t Paris of the entertalhjjaent were very humoiCfM while 1JOFiG3J1 i parts were pathetic During whole entertainment Miss Miller held the attention of her lience Monday was County Court ayand tiierewas a good CrOWd town S M Campbell re sjtlegJ10 10 per head fi lot sheep at 8 per head x- ll 10tshe pal 570 per hea 1Jjlcowand calt t2730 v llothogsiat350per heaar 1 sow aud piss at 21 25 Ibay mare at 1Q8- 5014yeaioIdmatatl8500 1 mare and mule colt at 130 Mrs Rosa Willett Roberts ed at her home in Shelby county last Friday of cancer of e stomach Mrs Roberts was i born m this county 45 years tago1i dwas a daughter of the GeorgeE Willett About four years ago she was married to r Roberts of Shelby count- yShewas well known amJ had any friends and relatives inf this county Flne aisp vicegwere con ducted at Froderickstown Sun morning by Rev Father Pieters after which the remains were interred in St Rose ceme f tery One of the everest storms in recollection of the oldest in- abitants s vept over portions the county April 21st ittt about 80 pi m The wind wasac companied by heavy raiii n arid hail which in some places sas large as tJhcn eggs Con siderable q mageis reported from various sections of the county Much fencing and many trees were blown down ive largfrelm trees iu the yard f Mr M G Leach man of Pleasant Grove Sl odin tho path of the severest wind and were torn up by their roots The storm increased in sever r as it moved eastward At Mackville two large barns off Air John Peters wer totally wrecked one being blown com letdown and the other so- aJly damaged that it wMl have o be taken dbfln In the town many Windows 4 were broken by the terrific hailstorm Several teams were frightened by the ail which pelted them aWll rap demolishing several bugjpye ndwagons v Horse Show The horse showl last Monday much attention and any fihe horses were on Hhe Mr L D Baker had its fourtine horses Rid Bird Muko Pearl Bouncing Jon naught ard Nelson iton ex nionion all of which are ytry it Hn friWwfti IIout Teethe II j No charges iarei iIbWORK fI4Done in this offlqe iis firstclass t vertisedIJ W YSTALIARD DDSi f SprlniflcTd Ky fine horses Sylvester Smith d and sons exhibited their fine horses Fancy Boy which made a fine show Mr B B Leach S mans Handsome young horse Chestnut Dare and Noble Denmark made a splendid showing Mr Bob n Lucas exhibited his fine t dtting horse Sat Breaker Negro Fight I Par ff the Poor town coored population were again on the warpath Sunday It has been- a year since their last appearance in ttiecourt house for fight ing among themselves but the crap on last Sundav consider ing the eQtterneat itj created must have been o record breakrod The original cause of the ghtT we hiye been unable to learn but a general 1tleI tX up1 wis in C dulgedin by both men and woC inen from an early hour in the afternoon until late In the nightt During the fight Jim Brown and sprinklinfired by Jiml Phillips better known as Jim Monk Phillips has been arrested and Ts now on bond for his appear ance Saturday for hisj exam th ing trial on a charge of shoot lug at another with intent to t kill BroVppr ham Mr Bernice Graham abd Miss Dora Brown Were quietly married yesterday afternoon at the residence of Rev J A Simms The bride is a daughter of Mrs G w Robinson of Kirk land sand a sister of Mr Lev Brown and Mrs lA Noe ofIi this piace JJ She is a beautiful and accpthplished young lady with a b sll of admirers while the groom is a popular ywng merchant rand business man of Sharpsville Atterthe wedding Ceremony they drove to SpmgJ fieIaw lee they were entertained at six oclock dinner at the home of Mr aId Mrs R A Noe and took the early train this morning for a short bridal rtrip Notice All persons having claims against the t state of Mrs Susan C Sweeney will present same to the undersigned properly prov en on or before Tuna 15 1909 ItR XSHAM Admr of Susan C Sweeney Red Band Candy at We Per Pound SU- UI I YIcELROY SHADER I ICASHIS 1 1O9 I 17 lbs best Granulated Sugar fpr 1 00 E 18 lbs best Brown Sugar for p 1 OQ tc5 3 cans best lOc corn peas or tomatoes j 25Q t 3 cans Sniders Pork and Beans 25 0 1 cake Bitter Chocolate worth 25c t 20 3 cakes Sweet Chocolate woith 15c for i 10Q S 2 cans 15c Pumpkin none better 25 N 2 boxes Jelipworth 20c 15 1 dozen Lemons worth 20c 15 tiC 6 bars BigIealor Red Wrapper Soap 25 V 7 bars Lenox Soap h 25 t 2 cans Chunk Pine Apple 25 1 can W H Slicedi Pineapple worth 30cV t 25 t 9Areif you are dont fail to ask to see ours before buying We handle oheof the best on the market arid its no trouble to showthem i1we0 Want Your Eggs and Will Pay Cash SHADERII rRedBand Candy at We Per Pound tii J Mrs Minnie Wil1 m4 Dead Mrs Minnie Williams wife of Mr Bruce Williams died at tier home near Mooresville Friday td April 23d after a lingering ill of pess of consumptioi All that medical skill and kind nursing tiould do was done but to no ch avail Mrs William was the t daughter of Mrs ElIza Mitchell frSbecember 1st 1869 andiin that neighborhood she grew to wo manhood and by her ataciivetfo PlofPlI was married to Mr Bruce Williams who with seven chil sIj i SSundaynumber of ber many friends followed the remains to tbeirM last resting place d I Tothe Publicat On Saturday May the first 909 we will i demonstrate at our tort 1Hf pickles soups and ketchupsii National Biscuit ers and Cakes and the Southern thoffeeoffee tJIEyerybody iis cordially invited o come and taste V rysmde cerely KATIE HERTLEIN Bito PERSONAL Mrs Leo Haydon and children thavel visit with her mother in Bards ton Messrs W Tt McElroy and Phil McChord WEre in Louis yille Thursday MisslHallia Bubton ofrtur1 was in town Friday v Miss BettieCouley of Bards town is the guest of Mrs J J McCabe Miss Emma Hall of Wood lawo is theuest of rsL D Baker i Mrs 1J McCabe has rel rrwed home after spending some liuii with her husoahtl m Louis vt1iel inTout Hamilton of Fredriqks town speulf Tuesday jere aidi y Jesse Rapier of Bar 8towu was In town Sunday aMissBardstown aud Misses Myrtle It and Jennie Price are visitors atIisi tCatlt desthis week Miss Margaret Moore of Bardstown iis the guest of Miss J5A4agaretpal1ing 0 C Pace of Lebanon spent Sunday here BernardrBowling of Now Ha- vea I Is was a visitor here Sunday nltnear towh who has been eonn tined to his bed for the past two weeks with pneumonia is imn provjng vlr and Mrs Edward Metz and daughter Miss Dorothy of P bhermdnat the Walton this week Mrs Metz who before her marriageI was Miss Lillian r well known to the people ofg Spriagdeld Mr and MrsS1J Vanars dale are visiting relatives at Co i1Iumbus fProft Mattingly of St Mary passed through Springfield enrouto to Bdrdstuwn to the ball game be twee n kS u M ary a College and Bardstownlat Saturdiyf 4Mr Gray Cleaver and wife of Chicago Ill iWere visiting fin town Thursday Mr Evan Hagan and Louis Kelly were in Lebanon Sunday MrsvPillard Tapp of St Louis Mo is visiting at the homeof Mr T I Tapp v Dr W A Thompson of Ruth e rlord N uf is at the Walton I Wimsatt of Louis IMrJ Sunday and Monday family here Little Miss Lillian Nea1I of South Carolina is visit lug hem aunt Mrs T E Harr deLsty Mr Joseph Edelen of Louis ville IB visiting Mr Gregg Edelen C W Hagan and Miss Grace Kirk and Bdrnard BowlinKI and Miss Rose Buphman were in towiiundayk vl I Miss Flora Mudd iis vjsitinj her brother Dr MuddHew Ha IIveD Henry Gartin Democratic j t 1epesentative If IRpI A DIjtyLebanon Monday on account the death of Mrs J FJ Lank ford Mr C S Hill Democratic can date for commonwealihs at rney was here county court day Mr Leo Haydon has returned I JgrJ MrPS Barbar and family are enjoying themselves at the t hills of the Blue Rid mountains in Trydn N C MrJomMudd and wife visitingMrsMud4FIIlaunty f Messrs Ben FJ udJohn iwms were Bardstown Tues 8oy t Mrs JS Yarikey vii1 leave hirelatIvesBen F Simms jwho has been tending school at St Marys is1l visiting his parents here George the little son of Mr CJ Haydon is very ill with pneumonia Hon John W Lewitrn1dSaturday from Leitchfield where he has been for the past ree weeks presiding as special udge of the Qrayson Circuit Court There was a very large ocket and the IDem oers ofth II- Card I- perfect bar report satisfaction that Mr Lewis gave of Thanks I wish to thajnkmv friends for eir kIndness luring the illness and death of my d aughter Mrs Bruce Williams MRs EtiZA MITCHELL I Flowers and Plant I will have a Inrge lot of flowers and plants in front of the court house Wednesday May 5v Come early GEO R MATTINGLY You hijne occasional trouble from indljTeation such as sour stomach belching of gas spur risings and eek stomach should not delaj a moment to help the stomach digest t the food for all these ailments an noyimj both to yourself and others are caused simply by undigested food the stomach Kodol for DyapepJ and Indigestion takeh bccasfon ally will aopn relieve you pfall the 8irnpl 8tom Jh ailments that you now have but whtch way f be more t ry Ko dot tbda and It on our guarantee We know will do what we say it will do IEc sold by The Red Cross DrugStore- THE COBRA STONE Ceylon Story About the Rcptll Mi IU Shining Lure Every one knows that feylpn to ft moos for the amount of queer wid rare precious stones found in the sands oft dried up river beds Among these one called chlofopbane a rare va riety of fluor1 spar which shines at ight with phosphorescent light There has bug been a tradition among the natres that a certain specfes of cobra makes use of this Stone to attract In ects In the darkness Indeed the ame given It is najakaller or co bra stone A scientist resolved to test this wonderful story during a stay InIthe Island so offered any cooly 5 nhee j to point out a stone carrying co- ra In about 0 w kan91d Tamil comelnnd offered to slot him one He followed this gutdet and sure enough there tuider rin Immense tania ind tree he saw a llijle point of steady greenish llfeht and could faintly distin iilsh behind a cobra coiled and slowly waving Its head fronirSlde to Bide It woolfl have been desperately dangerous to approach the reptile and the cooly begged him tot to do so saying that next night he would himself get the tone lIe dill 60 and In rather clever Before dark he climbed Into the tree carrying a large bag of ashes 1usU0111I11 Thereupon the cooly 01ptledhls bag of ashes over the shining object and j frlpiitoued jeptlle after a wild but- iultiess search crept back into thei Jungle The cooljr descended searched the ashes found the stone andre celved Telegraph his promised reward London Why Scotlands was St Andrew Patron SaintIpatron saint of Scotland tftn hasbeen askeAmany thpes tin archacttcon of whom Dean HoliIJ ovlerl41i the problem Gentlemen said was peking at a St Andrews giveni banquet at the time I have tbfe difficult subject my thouglitfut consideration and I have come to the conclusldn that Stt Andrew warchosen to be Jhe patroq saIu of Scotland bei iause be discovered the lad Who had the loaves and Dsbes Dundee Ad vertiser t Lively Cheese HOW did you find the Stilton I en you T tiiFind It We didnt flnd Itt A soon as ever my wifes back trftt Anted It Jumped from the pantry shelf ran down tho garden out of the gate and was last seen chasing n frightened dog down the roadLOiX don Scraps Ih1rd to Choose Whom would yOU nth rtertsksHhi philosopher of folly a pcrl ifectlr stupid bore oa clever fellow who has Just been abroad for the rs- IthneExcbange t hCi1cbJ Of this ute 1Q gtArI2Pinn LL UttmIJf t JJLL Ie t I IIt F IITHE BIG smOBEJl f t i c j St r S b 4t 1IIadl Readytod tOi 7 0 tearr GarmolltsI I Oursprlnghowlngof- Tailored f sUits and Separate Skirts wilr be ifound very phasing iin 9tJiii x I Style and Valvte r l special llowprLces are now beingfomd on Ladies Lmfeerie Waists MtTsTm UrK 1 derwear Silk Petticoats Wrppfr I andKimonas t 151 r I i I IfLatest Styles in Wand t r Childrens Footwear r Seethe new thingsin Corsctsl tio sierv Groves Neckwear Bets Hand BasetcS9J I RobrtsOJlClaYDfUQkeCo INcORPORATEDr 5 l r I J fiEI iiI If BUY Good Confectionsy5v j j Thistheoilykinditbf HftJ 1 in our place for we pmU Mir t telre on th fr bJfW 1quality of our V4 v I 1 Fruits Candies andd Clkist J f Sr i f Fresh BreidBili8lDiiljv 2 i = J L tfi o t t i rAt our todafo It wftrt 4pard at lJttiiMi 9o sn MIti drinks Jcl1ra1M lat ctc 1rr iWe serve Meals in the i 1S 7tgood old home style i jIr V V j V N y Vy xf iI HertleihVC mfe0 l i 1 tnifsf i F ri f i r i i ii1j rrbThe Noils Time I r I ITO BUY i 7 rf FLYI SCREENSEE 3f I VveK can furnishi you all kinds all wldthsandatall pricesJH Ib SHT t 4A fulU line of I iJ I v fMI CreaiII I iJ 41 iiF 1B Ufll1 terS1tA f tj if II 4 SJfl kr I Roofing and repairing of all klnd Plumbing and Stem FittlnitI time Make Q 1rf store yr quarteTsI HatcWt M1 AiIIIET Makes k3uis 0114 Il ddsr ikt II d Ild r I IJJLIJI r F C re t 1 7vT1HNai1LIYu 5 iJs1IMsP I J uii iI jasitW ban WJ- Mwtth ta Bswal eMMtooBOcate oei of trMtes i wkki eoHeto t prtd thecMetfea iissiily f h huwvcr thOi1t rws- bpt1fn1fiWffltl l IhMktU a Vital IBni lio4 ot a 1NM1 ieeesjitteaa There a pesrS 1ttt bit Isa JIM PIe Of i i 1 Ct M js p on- d a4wa1ik- y E rgsrf ffcta aioraed PerM uatMtIUoauot wtbxawit L hlPl cs aId Itot os tI4 W tlItI ll at t tle sr1rI iao iBt ttka kf Porcev l said shortly 1iIeaMat t1 ta tMr fIkws eNwdd be- kjkiilan nljik ad looked at the pk t C I sb 1 tj bs a c bk aM k a litt Gl I f Vtr tfkaik r Fetcerala tea rup 4twltk krttatk Pat K back Kaa IjrBMdok after eM glaaee at the i Wisjper asia coBBteiaaee set tke iI WfliNre back the MIl kaedly rOe tf yo fed that way about ifc be V f 1IIIIt ttt wkeM be Vaa 1 aI U rFvaf1te said IIJH L t bt qIsitIe btI wu- a e 1 Ia that gtefs face Whe afSiffi ml w a ttaBdiBc at tke wte deir tookiac eat wp the elat bor dHvd street where the big eketric 4 Msjises cissttreat shai wi 1 TbatP be said wKkoBt lookteg E ir11s1wha p as yis1t Mr1II j 1 J rUJItIHiWcrftBmy let awely d Bt- V 44ass I PwetTal wkiriid arsvad That I aa iXrMd 7 YiLH t JlMde k wWitted Well of all t I tbiaiisrt be said And after that there n MMP Peetal caa e ever aad itag klto a clkk epfNItJtaIl1 1 eipbM1yMp1y get to tell soaae I J y bocbepbeIIl Vm W an aw I ifBtBX and shes Uterellt and tnwsti fi aod best little tkbg the workV Mdolpk reacked ever and picked BO the BriBiatBre aitls she trmlj p ieeka It ke saM after ke kd stadied 1tItaIogtLe- I Poreeral ekeked a ZItIIbeee snreMfJU Ikes aMjt1 tue Tbi ti the sMitterr Ian JliiIlIL u1NceyaJ kesMd forward yvedee iv1ed her She doesat know tbBjI aaslB eeiiege Hhi tklaks IamIJ eanHBga ajood salary in bBslaeoo roH SOB said Kaadelpk Cbasev- seems to aae that soft of ydeceptloa jt akId that a girl can forlve easily oBfBtB- I guess she wHet be wildly tfiiiaaBt wkeB ebe tode that next 3e ik is next year tkat yov ceae of I f AllMat lt7yenU fcave a big pile of woaldpbe tkWid to delttkto ted that MMveTaJiskeek kk head Not AH abe 4ecIred Imt bec- t d ar aad eId fasafcmed cker IRadb4Ph agreed MBvtway t iwWshe object to a mUltea Percerair- fI MZacanae abe will say that 1 lied to ajr rVccral said slowly and AB nibell can forgive aaythtag bat a lie t Hwita III fUa4opk probedf MTIl a e tie whole story It asost beI a Beer one and If yen doalt mind say sayJilllM e4d saavu she most be a tNrtr riii JPTbaf Suet wVtjB said Peevat 401JKte 11M baaca abe was neck a qneer little i tb gtit Site al ayJQre wb 4 yroaId lad v her sfttlBr w tblKW ipflBs Mttl aeaips berself There 8BaekJF i eaetaln to wbofii she talked a good- S tod 1 got him to tIa4rotlace as r si ffellI she bad readii a lotof beoiw ieWkleiiiwlIty i jiad she lost slaplj aane for tbe gilded wIte What Ann b waai who worked pre Itis f bli bande bat laDlasI I Jhrt In the thick ofJ Istesice And she meant V ftkatk where 1 felL- y t waiipofti beele JtI love with brerceal forterMy ad 1I uMnt let bee r kteriiI t1waswoek lnttl t ob riMs3i that cMld V red1IrO afterwarji Bat back that llie BP hj1 Isanttl 1 tad Ued 5lJnt lies to the born flc were jftarrlM before I left JBil wasat of age and sat J 4 wb t hnr- nlt I 1JIr f 19 I1ts t u18Ion it lOl9tSl = eft 1m tin house for ttw Iswrio mirobe yde1 cold q 5wItuL 4 SS TBscM e I the Mlwri- It SiS J = J Xi 1 Lk waiw it 1 1Iag f J rhm JI11baeJIMM H1 knew bad to1eoiebac1c1s eel fas 44 dow K be 1 toM fctr 1toI1MIr7 IMrfMr irfis llt 01 bw aa 1 t stead Ism Misipk Mt iIIIak JlappHr Wt Jft JIIII W jr t17 fcrii tfcWw few hew MStSMttr WMaIJId All that UNI yottac fottowf TfJwf beaks 1 R 111 Ii Ica sra1IIv fonftt n aa rigs bi MM But yea alt rick ojn tool 1It Bad COBjMft told man JtfS BOt ly taw rIttkIL tot ie foottfoikyto Mftttocty friM wtk her ant U jrtMY i fc wKk yo saVll iecgiye- yjfctfv Kut Perceval sheik Ma head 9- lit dare M said hvsfcfly I an fifraJd ill eMr Xa dolyk ad- btt te th taartst tkipf J tis worML Yetf have MM that Wore az- o1h v4d patfeatly I Wall ou are ma king an awful mlatakbat- k till havete work ItMlf oat If yoe- ir aTtake tiy adTfce- Xkaa MWt to kkr owj rooudMMfced aaotUc pipe 6 it and after bbewretaetteJLad ii tkvee lays caato a Jetter to PareeraL Dear bay it Vga J anet oaw to yowat a Triage at kowe are te a drsadfB ste I willc tefl yoB when I reach ye j know Fft bat ebfOcu tefre ouat 1 aTe a lIttleai la the bank thAt 1 Bare saved fre ay OW3CIM I shall ioUow kte dote tri once Exyect a it the 1OJta 1 Jray NNABmL ABd tllt 8M PecceVal desperate maadolphviswith her wkea she gets here tan ieiffcr Randolph aoUed kscnitably Find Ie raossa IB a cheap qHrter and set nepIag Percerala face brigkteaed And goat every moralm and make her think rTe jreneto wenW Tom are ta genius Kaniolpk It took the two men several hours to lad a little farakked atthatwo- ald aeeaa suitable fer kfyeug cou 4e with little money Perceval gram Met dtecoBsotetely 1 kate to put thy jewel ia such a aettlng he said rfnlter the truth lUadolph agata advised and you wont have to put up witka ck cheap things Bat Pceval refused The next morning be aaet Anabel at the ata tion and together they went to the lit tie cheap apartment andkefe Annabel wept OH his shoulder Her accovat of the trouble at Home was somewhat valUe but she was en tkiilettte oier the thought of her keasekeeplng MIt will be lovely to work for you SMJd Pat Peicevai found It anything but lovely He bated to see her soft white bands la the dtaKwater It made him wtece to see her bending over the laming stove and eves the Joy of her presence could net take away bin sense- of Infinite pUt And so he grew tin and pale and weia Zen are working too hard Anna bel said one night And when be shook kk head drearily hIs little wife crept tto the janitors room and telephoned to some one He te punished enugh was her queer message Cant ypu kayo mm go to his old quarters tonight and have It overfTit next Bight Perceval said to An Jiahelr t baW aa eagago6 eat with Raa4elpn YOB wont miqd If nave yoa can Randolph Of get will course along yew dearrII borrow some of Percevalls books I knew they were In your rooms and I thought you wouldnt mind coming overt said he wso I took the liberty of asking 1o to desert year wife for eve ingS o1eI As the two men entered the oua Barters Perceval sighed To think of my condemning Annabel to such hideousness as that apartment vye are living mr1 he said leaning down to tarn on the low lectrlo lamp on hla Ktady table The light flared ap and showed the cecy room tbe little Ire already light oil la the open grate Ute blue Samo kvralag ua4er the brass teakettle Why what Perceval demanded like the big bear la the fairy tale Who has beea living to say roomy From behind a Il screen came a little igare IB white 01t Percevalf cried Annatel and threw herself iahk arms And When Randolph had explained that he had taken chances and bad written theatrnth to Perc vas little wife and Xnnabe1 had eiaIed that sbekal known he was going t schjool l and not to work ever celhe had cpm to idea and oh didnt he know that 9h would love him it he was rich Perceval drew a long breath of happinessS1 dont deserve It he confessed w1t lila eyps lnlngJlapdwe cllnf Ire in these rooms Annabel But I rtm going to take my chances with dad and when he sees what a dear little queer little thing you are he will give in and If be doesnt I can earn my living like a man now that I am square with you sweetheart Made tft Most oflt lA famous big game bunter visited tbe8wajjp one winter and the king took a Itklag to him and loaned him JB his first hunt the cobrt pralser The ers busltiess fins to laud the lIng and the kingY favorites The white hunter on his expedition bad bad luck lie only shot a rabbit But as he passed with his retinue through the Swazi village on hte return the raiser marched before him chanting In a loud v lceSThe great white huntsman baa ttlledVa rakWtlI Let all the Swami pee nle bear1 Itwasas bICas aa xi as lerce AS aHOB and as swift as a buck The brave white huntsman killed It Lope and unaided He killed it with thunder tube Listen ye people The white haatsman has killed a rab Uti It was as terrible as a tiger nraje as an elephant and yet the iiantssjan from afar tbe great white Ylayer be alone bar killed Itt A Hari Ofif- Me Nayoe Heask Did you get my stter Mrs BIO Tbe eae where OB asked pe to yoaraolkiay boise srtyr Xrs Nave ashKxactly lira Blood oodXo I dldat get It Jieiatl ZqukK t1 r 4H4iuSgs taacis b4d e- js i1elM Whsas yevuling vl WBisly Jfa steafPTkey nsi clrent1Iag lum- IldatW BMte TnuMcrfpt IJPtbwtte4oaeetda1st4-twlq neVer do auf jrofcjwca r Ty1 = LT5wv irST M Chestnut Dare No 3290 Foaled 19OO This hore again showe his supriorit over other Stallions UsfcyBar in hs own cI s4lndn sweepstake classes defeating all the prominent Stallions m the ad joining counties One of his winnings was 100 sweep stake defeating eight entries of firstjclass horses He and his colts also won the herd rjrig Its becoming stale to repeat that not oneiof his colts of five seasons have ever been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or farmed in county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by some tobe the best in the State have been shown but net one of these have ever won a tie blue or red All familiar with his braefling know he has moreChigh priced colts already to his credit than any horse now inC01Jntyatndyet a young horse Chestnut parecom bines the blood of the Chester Dares and hief families He is sired by Chester 10 1st dun by Red Chief 2d dam by Blaclc Hawk Chief 3d dam by Drinkers Drennon x 20 To Insure a Living Colt J fNoble Denmark No 264O f PThis handsome and handsomely bred5colt jwill serve a limited number of mares at x I 20 To Insure a Living Colt if r- He is sired by the giea show horse and breeder High land Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by the cham pionsbip saddlehorse Thornton Starj 2d dam 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 winner last year as a two yearold andIt also at a yearling He has great action for a youngster a good step and the making of a great saddle stallion Considering the breeding qualities of both of his sire nnd dam and his own fiinsh and conformation he is sure to rank amoHtBOY 1 Hackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands nigh a horse good conformation large flat bone and one of the ha ofiiney type He is 5 years old and his first colts are good He is sired by Ole County Member Jst dam by Von Moltke2d dam by iVarick He will make the season At 10 To Insure a Living Colt I agaih thank the breeders for their patronage and ask for a continuous of same of same in this and adjoin iing counties Mares pastured at 150 per month Mares bred to either stallions or JacRs when traded off or parted with the season is atidmust 1BR P D 3 Springfield Ky K tI t Why Suffer j I hyou one ci t1ietnousandr5 ollkomenwHoj j ftmer from female ailments I df so dont be discour Jed o to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of PardUL On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been remedyforcontains no harmful ingredlfiflta and can be dejtend ed on In almoBtanjr case IaLoCAUI1F HWIllHeIpYouS IIrit tIitrIsDragg of Bweetier Lid triea t1aruL en Tongue cannot teA how auch Cardui has done for me ore Ibefaja taking Carl I could not dodtl wbrk I IihallalwajigiTAprtiHtojoar ulwpkawhiloandlledowmIT BTOBXI Chinese Idea or Uoyernment Here is a Chinese iden of prosperity In a nation When the word Is rusty the plow bright thfe prisons empty the granaries full the step of the temple worii down and those of the laiv cpurts csjjs grown when doctors go afoot the bakers on horseback and the men of letters drive In their own carriages then the empire Is well governed Getting Ready For Him Dearest what did your father soy wfien you told him I loved youT He didnt say anything Harold rlimply went over to the gymnasium and arranged for a course of boxlnjr lessons PIttsburg Press Great men nrofthey who see tht spiritual k Ftrcnger than any materlnl ifrrcr ui rrou Nervous Collapse iI have traveled for thirty greatdealwith constant worry left me iin such a nervous state that finally after having two coUapsjes of nervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al continuallybut Nervinq came to my rescuei sufferingvhich Whenever I am particularly nervous a few doses relieve me A 14eTherewrecks There is nervOus pros tration of the stomach of the bowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to do bythtive Nervine Its strength ehing influence upon the nerv ous system restores normal attion to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assur dGet a bottle from your druggist Take it Uac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money j PEOPLE OF THE DAY Pennsylvanias New Senator Conspicuous among the new arrivals In the United States senate Is George Tener Oliver of Pennsylvania who takes the seat vacated by Philander C Knox now secretary of state While he baa never held a political office Mr been prominently JdeiitlfleiVt IOllterbns j Affairs In Plttlburg all baa several times been a delegate to national conventions On two different occasions In his life ojh ponents of the late1M S QUay Induced Oliver to stand against him and It Is said that Oliver could hav won liatl he n malped In the field but Quay his osom friend and he refused to hav any pait lEt his downfall Senator Oliver was born In Ireland In 1J48 while his parents were there on a visit He studied law was admitted fO the bar and rncttfbIS pry OEOKOE T OLIVIWI Cession fQr several years Most of his time however has been devoted to the Iron and steel business at which he amassed a large enough fortpn to place him in the multlinlUlouairfe class Senator Oliver Is the owner of the PIttsburg Garettertmes and thp Pitts burg ChroukfeTelegrapli papers of Influence throughout Pennsylvania 10I the senate Mr Oliver Is expected to be a conservative He is a good speaker and Is rated a man of excellent poUt cal Juditmen Knew His Dad j TeacherSeveral df your ei4mples in arithmetic are wrong Johany Why didnt you ask your father to help you Johnny Causa I wasnt lookjrijMor trouble thats jphyExchange S5Sa T7TT77TT iit SSI r T j 3 i 11feHIOHAi 61MDE CNfRCLfy FTHE OU11t7- Ax JrlHJ COMMERCIAL BRANCHES INCLUDING TELEGRAPHY TA TlfAUJlfU L wevn t- UlIOISJllMOIKmx BYNRLGRADUTES SECURE POSITIONSC9A1JtlOD P WRIm how rADDRES5BOWLIN GREEN aUSINESSU IVE SITYBowgHG UUr OOOOOtOO CH CH The afest and Quickest Way to ISi or 8rt 8 j 01 6fV LOng Distance eleP oneJS p 0v fJprRates apply to Liocalll ianagerr 8 Cdmb rand Telephone Telegrapli Co p yygg INCORPORATED ooOOoo qooooo oooo8 IcI NOTICE To Stockmen of Washington and adjoiRjng Counties i Red Bird Stock Farm or better known as the Jim McEl ov larinl dnehaJif mile frcmFairGrounds on BardstOAn pi- kedREDBIRDr l i r J iWillbi IstancesI Ifbel1Lexingtonfirsts j l If worth 30 Red Bird has the highest price colts to5 sell that iis worth 830 Red Bird has the highest price colts to sell from the tifthan any horse I can mention prices ranging from 100 to S212 NOTICE r rearWhyl No not a one of hls coltshare been been beaten for five years but he should have by fhls time some show horses or highpri ed horses to his credit in fiveyears Have you heard of any of lscolts selling for 8200 from the tit or from S400 to 1500 at three or four years old No But RED Bran hab Yes a number of tbemtMoko PeQrl40394 By MOKO q 4 The great Trotting Horse has a mark ot22812 has been a mile in 218 a beautiful bay 2 white feet behind and a Bfarf He is 16 hands high v i r 1 dam Little Pearl by Hinder THomas 40393 Dam of one trial 220 Sire Qt Little Pearl 221 I 2 dam Isolene j by Plumstone 3269 Dam of Sire of Little Pearli 221 Sin B30 I darn of 1 In 230 3dam Alice Loraine by Homer 1235 SSireof 3rin 23 0 1Idams of 17 in r 230 I 4 darn pickaninny 1jf Limestone Son of War Dance S dam Gentle Annie by Imp Knight of StGeorge SEASON 20 Bouncing Canought Imported English Hackney a beautiful chestnut sorrel 3 white ieet and a ship as fine aean actor as your ever looked up on goes high and fast Be sure and see him he is a great horse- I PEDIGREE Sired by Mary Canought 7552 dam 6416 Bon nie Clara by Cartourht1453S rI SEASO- N2ONELSONU Imported German Coach 16 Hands high weiehs about J4oO pounds with good action and steps good Just the kind forfarm mares and mule mares PEDiGREE Nelson II was bredin Germany by OY Alt conntrYbYIOltmannBrOSOfwatsek tho I BILL OEBEL tjThe Great Mute Jack He eeds noa cxpjanation because you all know bun and have heard of him as being a breeder iof half sorrel mules best color on earth several o f his colts last full selling from e 115 to 150 A 2 year old selling tat Thurinans sale fr29750lt I Rct 1o frti STONEWALL We have bought half lntereettn Stonewall or better known 11i anythingSabout him for you know him as well as I do You have heard of the 100 mules sold by him Gentlemen I can say with safety and am sure you Oil agree with me that we have twoof the best breeding Jacks in tht coun try I notice when weanling tfme comes the best mule men of other counties as well as our own flock to old Washington fow good mules Jacks will stnd at8 for horse mules 10 for mare mules 10 for jennets Stonewall is quite a good jennett Jack I will be glad to show you our stock anytIme you come and will be glad to have you Mares traded or parted with forfeits insure and money be tomeR due at time Of such transaction Lienretained on colt until season is paid Mares from adistance graz d at reasonable price Mares entrusted will receive our personal attention but not re sponsible for accidents or escapesSThanking you all for last years patronage and hoping it wil increase thi jcir I iemainr Yours liespectfuly i s L D BAKERS1 l itJ fOtmJlOmMrDmromn lnT t TAltt- firU t 0 laeaJ h am Vepp- iti Eat What J i1N t Cj ly tiwant of the food yo1 if korQll digest ife You need a sufficient amount of gdodwholesOmofOodkmlinoretbanthis Elseyou cantgain strength nor can you strengthen your stomc1 lf it is weak i 1 Youmusteat IInordfirtdUveand malnta strength v r You must not diet because the body requires that you eafca sumo lent amount of fQod regularly But this footi must bo digested v Ilitmustbedigestedthoroughlyir Yvhsn the stomach cant dolt you must take somethinff that will it pthostotha4h The proper way to do lath eat what you want and let Eodol di gest the food Kotiilng else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must help it by giving it rest- and Kbdol wfll do thti BY RDt II Plan for ufflnier C lllort Dont add the heat of a kItchen fire to the sufficient of J liotweatherS Use a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame on and cook fr comfort With a uNew Perfection jOil Stove the preparation of daily meals or the big weekly JJ baking is dohe without raisv v ing the perceptibly above that of any other room in the house Another great oftae Guarantee Go to yotut dniffist todajr a mrchaseScan hoaeatiy say tkuhi y i dM B k tecelve any biasflta frea M ittusing the entire botM thiirgist Will refund your moae witjoutfMttiM oi deky paythedrIbis tWeilll of the bottle pofcha d by y m l 1 r This offer apjdtaaiQtbt Ja ftbottle to bat ow k s nll WeoadW tJiian qfler urtltif we fosM IiiiW what K661 twm 4e iec ye u It would biakr ne J f The dollar bottl ria4iiaite MaMf v aa mock as the Iftf a ert Wittt vj Kodolt dir IIof E a DeWitt J Co SOLD ROSS DRUG STORE discomfort CookStoye temperature advantage Our oaljaad nbek- IimCkis its handsome CABINET TOP vltuek tves it syconvenience of the modern steel rari cH ap s top shelf for warming pfateJ and k pitcooJte4 drop shelves for holding small cooklric Blciisas taeven fitted with racks for tow k Made m tftsMMtiv and can be had with or without Cliet Tap iat your dealer aa dresa our BiiiTeB taUey- The J rU lJUmrili tiih orIowis therefore fi froBtdMigteytftaaWI aot woke Safe coaveaiea rf Ifotstyour dMl adMsi JIi LSSEASON 1909 4 y THE ENGLISH IMPORTED HACKNEY STAIJLKMC bjassmore Prince No loOI3E HIjJ 4 TheseJsialliOns will make the season of 1909 at t Cay 4w0 tas the ro3terlay placeion the Danville aiBd LH I one a iles f oa Ibanoey Glassmoorrince 4 fi 0 2J 10012 EHSB c 1Jk ire Copilrder Bonny Gabriel No 8105 he is by Stow GariM snDam GJassmore Sue 18821 by Accident 2d 4103 j y 4DEsCnWTIONFoLlCd 1904 Is a beautiful NiCk lU hiE s t on hind ankle ivhite snipn face A very rangy neck AM Js i grand shoulders short back fine lengthy qUarter a cIekelimbs This horse has extremely high all around isctm Iei5and works his shoulderswlth lots ot speed He ii cJMe1 retgreat snow nare Hadred ownedby Mis Bedford of Ootidats- ire IpopalJer Bonny Gabriel sold forf8OtQ 3 GLASS MORE PRINCE has already proven tobea great bSwinning 1irst at 100va ana Illlnois State Fairs Okicage and iW HorseShows in 1207 He comes from a chestnut family good colored think they will be mostlybays and secrete t i h I Fee25 to feure a LitC4 c 7tED REX W 3i7h Sire Rex Peavine No 1776 he byRx M1owald8U b imark 840 1st dm Nancy byintqcky Chief he 1If I4 5it- I by Gray Eigle lie by Americaki Eat 3rd day by f 1tndam by Kafanaughs Grav EagleSDESCRIPTION Foaled 1903 A beautiful c1HM B tJaarr ft high with two white stockings He has a TeryJa b a4 aad aoe hortback extra bone and muscle and his head and tall M le Is tin racy very fast is very distinct in his trott and CM lite p with all the Krace J nd action one could wish ad Ia idst aEiWhen you see him to harness you thnk JIe Is a trottiatione the saddle on him and he i a gtcai KUIHU lore 1 Rex Peavinehe i1rof this horse can no doubt any thter tiaafc B otherborse ividg can He had to his credfr lafet year Eao MSA e cssMsP pi fivegaited mare defeatlngnot only mares bat mares geldings and she soldfot4iOOO Also Queen o the May the walk trot mart of the worli feating PQetryorNot JIOtW and sold for45iXU Mat tfjhens whole string of dbavJiorses thla yew all Rex Peavnels and hi is the greatestsaddle horse m iata ataf though Red Rexs colts ac yotiqr they are amataadiBaT a ftc ijLookat him and I6okat his breeding arid bcoavIaced that Ml flBaffc iutheltndS 1 lee2OToInsuraLviatCtI I LEK NGTON PRiNCE ftl Sire Red i rliiw he by 2nd Jewel hebr 2d J wtJB Jii t VrashinirtonPnaia k 1st dam by Von Wbltkekeby OaMU 2nd dnJta roii uiv tart ticidgtooldLcxiatoa tf UjJaoiaeifipN Koale4 I902i A beautiful chestnut fn i high w tli two stodci and snip in face He kas a ro4 taak anti mUste and hiJ 1tid and taU Can not bfe excelM e itao the great shpw horse Thornton Y Star Wit coka ag efcs jssj yjpjJBV Fe flO To a t i Our Mlck Jack i t A f Will stmhd at f10p huu ftJltt Sihis jack has white points and 1aaa sntv Wc taka plealureln offering the serviC1 these b4levinAhey will produce a class os hOrsertaai ia so trade at the most remunerative prices to the rc teB e spectthtmbCf0 booking YQuii1arelIMares traded or parted wit fodelt tnve a IItim otstch transaction Lies retiel en catuath Bfrom dLtancegtazel atreasonahi pk Maiss eti our personal attehtiorijjwbnbt respesaible focyjBjjiitjv d T Bohori Lebanon fry tSt