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J4 UDe tr Zobtrt It 1rr i J x X t dr W is Ipt of CoOJ- p O SJKlBCAeW p CITY COURT ja M RNoe Police Judeel J lohi GrmcelCar hai W FSGrfgabyCitT Attormey t JUSTICE COtTKT v jUc COblZtS are held in January sly AprUaul 0 3tJor f f Gtiufchr Directory iltTHODIST CHTrRCH eV G S Kiiiffv Pastor set- v1ceeVcrY Sauday llazn and pm SiialaySchool every Sunday atlOajur Prayer teHnt every Wcdfcewiay Vjkt fc J HOLlC CpURCH ReT P P HevHe3Sa3Pastor Sei 134 verY Sunday at 8 and 10 otlocl e l ServiCes atStRosesapic hoar I I pRESBYTERIAN OHURCH 1t T itErC Lawson Pastoi rraO iI e4KJ Sunday at 11 am nd it7ltflm Sunday schbol ever- ir4ay t to 411 Frser nstti- yqrvTbnra lav eyfn1rfttt 7 orC BAPTIST CHURCH Her W ml Harrispn Willia ma Pasto Prtaching every Sunday at i at and 745 pm Sunday School eve iII1cidiy at 930 a u Prayer eetinir rptj Ti1av evening at TiHSbfcibc JHItISTfAN URCH Rev JY1 Vlii Pastor e Ices rsta ol1rthS1pdaSunda 11 rf Iu S rr i s Ii Fr tsiaIUrders MASOHIC Ioi Spriuglleid lodRi 56 MecU first and third Moud j rOdtlI Washimjtoii 1tJA Chapter No S it every secosid TmesdaT SprJHjrfiel CoiinciJ No52ieeti i lerr toairf hMowday KKM TS 6f Tjot MACAWlMeet i v U ill 1 tUtcfc ttchmo i fOlEy s iD8NEY TARi I talnptl LVE1co t- iobs o1d tIIroU 4IJwtIC if No opiates iroa lMbotk sYbodY eomI1 The II HONEY MM TAR uit utPIs1 trny OIdsOss r v t TIlE NEW =LI3ADI3R1 F i te0 I h i Mill pr ycb I H00jT M Estss has purchased of WIE Merker his mill property r oa wt Main Itreet the deal having been completed Wednes day after coon The considera lioni is private Mr Merklev retaiHs the machinery and will endejivor to stlllit privately If be is unable to 4 this he will take it to Sha aee Okla jjn which city lit expects to reen gage in the mill business Just When poss sion will be given lr Estea will probably be de tcided lodav THe building in the fulure will be used a ware house by either the seed firm of Bricken iMerkteVlor the LeI banon Grocery Co Mr Merk ley will retain his interest m the first named company In order to wind up his business here before leaving it will prob bl be something like six weeks before Mr and Mrs Merkley Leave for Oklahoma They have een residents of Lebanon for thirty six years and will carry with them to their new home the best wishes of a host of rids DrTF Cleaver has rentedt the Mlrkleyboaonthe cornera Malnand Depot streets andE will movf into it next week Mr and Irs Merkley are no- woding with Mrs Bettie Aheils Lebanon Enterprise jBeware if XNitneRts for CO tarrktlwtt Cintiii MercIryI t asercary will surely destroy the dens of smell and completely de rang tits whole system when enterEt g it through the mucous surfaces articlesl should never be usedr ceptoB prescriptions from repup table physicians from reputable phy aiclaiians as the damage they will is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cke eyCQ Toledo O contains mercury and is taken internally actWjf directly upon the blood and ui lou surfaces of the system In buying HaWs Catarrh Cure be sure i you get the genuine It is taken in teniiUyanll made in Toledo Ohiojj oyFJ Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Iricet7Sc por bottle i t Take Halls Family PJlls for con stipation eKntuckyIairl Harrodsburgf August 1H days i Perryville Aug 183 dayssDanville AURV 44 days Standford July 31 5 days Henderson July275 daIs Georgetown July 27 5tiays Madisonville Augnst3 S days t Winchester August 34 daystBlue Grass Fair Lexington August 98 days TaylprsvilleAugust 1d4days Uniontown August 105 days Leitchfield August 174 days Bnrboursville August 183 days Brodhead August 183 days Sbepherdsville August 183 days Ewing August l93days Shelbyville August 245 days Springfield August 25rr4 days London August 254 days FlorenceAugustZ54 days Frandort August 3L3 days Hardinsburg Au st313daysT- ompkinsvllleSeptember 15 days Fern Creek Septeinber 15 days Bardstpwn Septemberl4 days Hodgedville September 7= days Monticello September 74 days Glasgowj September 84 days STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE i SEPTEMBER 138 PAYS Scottsville September l63 days Bedford October 12 days We Want the News Some people seem to have an idea that a greaji privilege iis beIng conferred on them if they are per milled to give an litemof r newt t6 a newspaper hence tthe editor fails to learn of many im portaaf news items Not so nere declares the Fairport N Ya Herald We want the news We will take it over the tell phono Qver the counter On the street any hour o thedaV or night and be thankful for it- vr8 are out for the news and if you know of anything In gui tine it will be considered a favorr incCiiO breach of propriety on iyour pert if you will corn mum cate the fact to this office If- IYOR f do not know all the detailsi gije us thetipjand we will do be rest that is part of our busi neil flI If yom desire a clear complexion take Foleys Oriso Laxative for con JiJpati4a2 4 Upr trouble as it will t1aulatt I t1Dee organs and thorough ly clcaM your system which is what everyone needs In the spring in order to felweet L CdURTOE T INQUIRY Instituted to Investigate Conduct of Poortown Negroes On last Saturday the case of the Commonwealth vs Jim PhilIIpsalasuim Monk for shooting another with intentto ki llsw as caltedfor examining trial before dgeTLiitsHy The Com mohwealths announced ready Monk waived examination and was held under 150 bond to awaIt the action of the Grapd Jury County Attorney T S Mayes then stated to the ourt thathevdesired to institute a court of inquiry toinvestigate the c n duct of the colored element of Poortown1 The witnessts were then called round and after tl1e court had administered the oath to speakthe truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth th county attorney proceeded With the iinvestigation That aged patriarch of the c01I ored race at Poortown Louis Reed alias cbipken tJ was first crlled who stated that his son Jimmy bad been shot and datson in law of mine was thu party that did the shooting nd that Janie Bell Triggs hail engaged in cussing everybody aVt church General Elliott wa then called who testified of cO- iderable disturbance on Sunday April 2pth Jimmy ana Sammy Red both of the House of Vvi ere then called Jim testified that h had received two shot about the face from a shot gun handled by Monk He was unable to tell whether Monk was shooting in his di or not vSamjny had two aZOhes on his bead covering wounds whjch he pad he re ceived in a scrimmages witli Jim B whoit seems had taken on considerable booze and aUetj meeting her husband Ben Trigg who disposition is as mild ass zephyr and manner as unoffend ing as a pet kitt nand sending lira home withb peeled fyead jrocetded to administer corpor all punishment on Sammy which she succeeded admirably in do ing Willie Polio alias Bill Shack was then called who was pre nt at the tight but pafd very little attention to what was go iogOji at the time as be was som thirty feet way talking with a friend The most TO inarkablepartof his testimony and of most of the others who testified was that he never plays tdI a game of erapsl He described 4ice as smalll white things speck led with hack spots he said he thought they were square and not round he never possessed any himself but had seen them one day in the show case at Mr Shadersgrocery lad ueard peo pie talking about their being there andt had gone in tot see them Jim Brown was called and testified to having receiveda sprinkling of shpts from Monks gun He never played craps Dan Reed had Seen dice in Mr Shaders grocery but had never seen a game Almost all agreed as toneverseeingjerap game They had seen bald spptS onthe roadjut bad p idlittie attention to them as they did not know what caused them Monk whowasheld under the charge of shooting was then called and took the stan C and stated that he had often seen crap games and had played and tbrat ne was drunk on the occa sion of the fight A warraLt wastaken for Janie Blt Trigg for Breach of the Peace Dur ing the trial considerable amusement was caused by sdtae of the answers made by the witnesses The trial will probably result in several indictments be ing returned by the next Grand Jury t I Rev IW Williams Let ten IvL W Williamson Hiigting ton W YaVrftesuThis is to cer- tIfy that I used Fpleys Kidney Remedy for necyous xhaustion and kidney trouble aud am free to say that it will do all that you claim fur t Foieys Kidney Remedy hasre stt red health and strength to thous ands of weak run down peope Contains no harmful drugs and is pleasant to take fOtEDlIONIY4AR twMIUnHINw 1 tci Tobacco Plantt Bfktfd Prospective tobacco growers in this county are comphl ain of a blight that is playing havoc with many tobacco bedg TiteI complaint is that after the youlji plants reached a growth of sev era weeks at which tInt the y pOked vigorous arid healthy they suddenly togan to wither and die many beds in a few days putting Jon the Appearance of having been swept by a lira Among others whose younfc ttobacco beds have suffered in tthis manner is Mr John Duncan one of the countys dost jprogressive farmers whoee farm lies on the Miller pike about tthree miles from this city The blight is caused by an insect which draws the plant to deattu Mr1 Duncan applied to an old tooacco growerla he tate for a remedy whtcfiwas sent Jiim at once and which he used The remedy is as simple as can be and is as follows Soak a corn cob in orudpei troleum and plant it in tobacco bed The claim is made that the odor from the oil destroys the insect and save the plantsl Orif the remedy iia applied before the blight appears it will hare a prevtnUtajrt effect and save the plants Mr Duncan also claims that a mixture of one pound of arsenate of lead and twelve gallons of water sprayed on the young planes will destroy the insects Lebanon Enterprise Everybody is likely to kave kidatj erlyIeverybodyI nary disorders etc thats your kidney The best thing to dots to get some of De Witts Kidney and blad der Pills right away Take them for a few days ora week or so aad you will feel alright In tW IlwaJ1 loo you will ward of dangerovs aid possibly serious ailments They arc perfectly harmless and are not ely a I but allay pain quickly by their healing properties Send your name to R C DqWitt ScCo Chica go for k free trial box They 1Isold here by the Red Cross Pharmacy SHOOTS WIFE Harlan Ky April 23V James Brock of the Laymen neighborhood fired a shotgun at his wile and the entire charg ed passed through her body en tteting her len hip aid passing o SheJdied instantly Brock took toI tthe mountains and is still at large A posse of men are in tthe mountains in hot pursuit It is said that Brock and his wife were fighting and that she was picking up a stick of wood to strike him with when he fired the fatal shot He is about seventy years of age and the wo man was afew years his junior Smashes all Records As an ailrouHd laxative tonic aad healthbailder no other pills can compare with Dr King New Lift Pills They tone add repilaes stomach liver Sand kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nerves cure Constipation Dysoepsia Bil lo ness Jaundice Headache Cbille Hasdpnand Suit for 30000 Last Friday afternoon Ches Noel as next friend of the in fant childrhn of Fred Britton began suit against H E Samuel druggist for 30000 damages Charging that Mr Samuel caus ed the death of BrIton It will be remembered that some time since VMr ritton dlfcd and iti was said at the time that his death was caused by his drink- Ing Jamaica ginger furnished pubj1iShep i i8 taken ill and was carried to sis home where be died later JOhn Samuel the clerk left1 bwn immediately after the ttath of Britton At the cor tftrs inquest Mr H E Samuel proprietor of the drug store leetified that nothing had been jldto Mr Britton while eI iWln the store and nothing jtfat adduced at the inquest to1 fftc blame on the druggist The 1iti ion alleges that Samuell 6M Britton intoxicating bev r es knowing tiat bewsaa atpted tc drink and defendant by reason of his gross careless riie in eUing him the bever fft caused his death Robert Harding and E y Puryear pf iRnillend fiM Hardin of 4iis city represent the plain tUfjnd CT torn ahdJF Vanaredall representing the de fendantHarroclsburg Gerald Witf SiUhti a tarf Frknl eIf ever I need a cough medicine againI know what to get declares MriA Ifc Alley of Beali eforiafttr uriaf ten bottles ot Dr Kings Ifeirbiictvery and seeing Its ex qellent result fIB my own family and others I am convinced it is made for C6tigks 1dia d lung trouble gvery ose who tries It feels just that way Relict is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For I ronchitis Asthma Bemorhage Croup LaGrippe Sore throat painj the chestor lungs itsl supreme 50c 4adll00 0riall Jwttle IreeGoar sranteedbyl the Haydon and Rob rts WIFE DEAD Harrodibnrg Ky April 29 hen the Rev Horace Kings iury pastor of ihe Christian Church beret returned to his i home from Shelbyville last pightl where he had been 8ItendiugJa Sundayschool convention he found his house 1rk and apparently deserted Going into the pirlor he lighted J I lamp and found his young wife on tefloor dead Dr KiBgebury wtu about twentyfive years of age and she and Dr Kingsbnr who is only three years her senior had been marriedabpts year She was Miss Clara Humiongy ofl Williamstown Mr Kiqccsbury was almostt protracted by the ishock i It you expect to ret the original Ca housed Witch Hazel Salve you must be sure it is De Witts CarboRzed Witch Hazel Salve It is good for cats bur and braises and ises peclally good for piles Refuse sub titutcs Sold by the Red Cross l Pharmacy Notice kauffmaa Moyer Arnold Enterprise buggies for sale They stand fur all that can be asked fort in the buggy line Mo gul WHgonp Disk Harrow Corn Planters Tobacco ISetter and the American Field Fence the best field fence cn the market jn all sizes from the 55 inch face made In No 7 top and bottom and No 9ipterm dial wire and stage in the 28 inch hog fence and the best poultry fence on the market at 40 cents per rod A C ZIMBALL For Sale orRent 7gooI sven room dwelling on Grundy avenue for rent or for sale Water in hue good garden and outbuildings Apply to T D TAPP 30b Indictments Danville Ky May tThree hundred indicttneats were re turned today against B W Iur- ham a druggist at Junction City chtrrfing himtwltb selling whiskey illegally in local opion territory Many indictments were also returned against other persons DoesN Di StimulateAy- ers Sarsaparilla does not stimulate It does not make you feel better one day then as bad as ever the next It usinaitThereeven gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative We wish you would ask your doctor about this He knows Trust him Douhesivs JCAyeCL4MiW- hitare Ayers PIk Liver Nk How beg have they bNs sid Needy sixty ystrj Do doctors rcoiameed tMm AsIc yew ews eIodW and Std out t SEVERE STORMj s Swept Through this County and Considerable Prop erty Damage On last Thursdaynight abut 10 oclock a Very severe Wind stqrm swept through this section damageTheabout two hours and caused con siderable excitement in and around Springfield and some rmgfieidjMrtJV damaged one of the large chimneys of the Wallop Hotell and also one on the house of MkWash Tucker were blown ofT The large English Em which stood in front of the cjnnty clerks office was up roottd This old tree was one of the landmarks Of the tow tobaccoSfrom its foundation and badly damaged The metal roof ohl the dining room and kitchen of the house of Mr Jim Arnold vas blown off The Baptist church at Deep Creek was very badly damaged the roof was blown off Bnd ovr into the road the bell tower was blown down and the bell brokenr the body of church guuirjurecL Lived 152 Years Win ParrEnglands oldesfc man married the third time at 120 work ed in thd fields till 132 and Hved20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 Jam J Whrigt o Spurldcir Ky shows How to remain young I feel just like va sixteen earold boy he 9ritesu ter tak ing six bptties of Electric Bkters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first tit tle of this wonderful medicine con vinced m I had found the greatest cure on eattb Theyre a godsend ioweaksIckly rundown or old peo pIe Try them SOc at the H ydon Robertson Drugstore FIVg GENERATIONS Moweai ua Illj April 19 This city proudlyI boasts that me of its best known and high ly respectable families have five generations Ii virigE W Poole the oldest of the group was born in Nelson county Ky inlBlS and viII be 91 years yea s old next June In 1831 tie came to Illinois where hef has pi nee made his home Mr Pooje is vigorous forone of his advanced ageand enjoysnntjsual iygood heath He has tbree chil dren all of whom are living They are James Poole of Linter Mrs B ticrngga of DEcatur and Mrs W H Cneatham of- Mowaqua THere are 16 grandchildren and one great grandchild making iti all 32 descendants Mrs William H Chatham the second oldeSt of the group was born in Washington county Ky in k1843 and is a resident pf- MlJwealoa T G Cheatham was born in Washington county Ky inJune 1861 an 1 came to Illinois when 15 years old Mrs C B Parker was born in Illinois in 1888 and lives two and one half milesj east of Moweaqua Little Mil dred Elizabeth Parker is fivej months old and the only great great grandchild and represents the fifth generation Mr Poolov lived fbf manyl years in Washington county hi he neighborhood of Willisburg whore he follOwed the occupa tion of carpenter He yill be remembered by manyof the old er citizens IKills to Stop the FInd The worst foe for12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors over MOO without benefit JThen Buck lent Arnica Salve iilled the ulcer and cured him Cures PeverSores Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at Haydpn andi Rrbertson Drugiitorel Notice All persons having claimsi against the estate of Mrs Susan 0 Sweeney will present same to the undersigned properly prov j en on or before June 15 1909 RR ISHAic- Admr of Susan G Swee eyv nil rc jet torn IIIICNIIit rPM I IIUI ksic t t t I i i r i t1 ik i L ltij l fIIT t iJ r Makes delicious hot biscuit f j- griddle cakes rolls and mtfiii 55i the only BjJdoc Pbwd Made from Royal Grap Cr ua of t T rt r tll iI i I JU LEBANON LOCALS Prom the conIMiss Mary E Blandford wa rJoelCameron The bride is the bright a tractivedaughero r Mr Q ABlandford the popular assessoriandisbut 18 yetrs of age The groom istbeson of Mr Joe Cambron a wellto do farmer of that neighborhood ad has a host of friends Thev will also reside in the Hohl t Cross neighborhood 5 Miss Mary B Piiillipa the tti active da gMic1r of Mr Ed Phillips a prosperous farmer on he River pike was united in marriage at St Charles church Tuesday morning to Mr Clar ence J ThOmpson son of tbe late Mrv Tqcker Thomp DJ of this county Rev Father Pike officiating The happy young couple wi 1 make then name in Louisville where the groom is eoplo ed The Aprif term of the Marion ci1quitc urt convenci Monday wiinsTudge I H Thurman tire iaingand Commonwealths Attorney E L Durham preeent judge Thurmans charge to the grand Jury wasr fOrcefulj clear and jconcise The State laws require the Circuit Judge 0 call the attention of each grandl jury to certain laws and to instruct them as to their du tSes Judge Thurmans charge coyered these btatutes fully Mrs Franfr Lankford 56 years of age died at her homf in the Penick neighborhood Sat urday night at eight oclock having suffered a stroke of pa ralysis the Sunday previous The funeralservices and burial vhfch were conducted by Rev T F Walton on Monday morning at eleven oclock at Bethel Union were largely attended Miss Maggie L Newton the attractive daughter of Mr Over ton Newton a prominent farmer of that section was united iin marriage to Mr Arnold F Thompson a warehpuseman formerly Nelson county atd lute of Marion They ilire sidein Marion cpunty f Miss Cary E Gambronj the pretty 18VEar old daughter of Mr Joe Cambron of that sec Jon wasmarried to Mr Johu A Newton agoo19 who is a well known young farmer oft ei Holy Cross neighborhood sot of Mr Overton Newton The happy young couple will live att Holy Cross Boys Will Be Boys and are always get ingf GUts spraluSj braises scratcheI or scalds Iont neglect they may resulit serious if ydo do Apply Bauaids Snow Lfoiiaent aoi cording to directions right away aniii willrelieve the pin and heal be trouble Price 2sacaadl Sold bv Red Cross DrugStore r e V Notice All pefsoffs having oljdm i against the estate of R B Whayjje deceased will presentI sahie properly proven on or ba freJuly 1st 1009 to the under signed or to W4 D Claybroofce Allpersons knowing theinselYe I ndeoted to the estate are re quested to settle prompt t iH H Langford Execifor A Card This ig tecertify that all iru f i S are iathorU d to refaud jour ieei if fpleyi HeMy awl Tar falk rIcure jt1coitCtior fMt U t- t eialoltHh aaa IIi tlpMit1a aiM ct t ContaiM no opiates The genulae I a is yellow package I t 1 n t L- SUSCRIP7IQM C IiJ I ftrU J 1 t iYidedoE f I tI- i AtDaiwjlIeth jary i cas pf Gtorfe Gordon chrfei ftt with the murder of Koie i Brewer broagbMn a t6t guilty Thursday aftetaooa tmlffi J fixed Gordons pnis i mV twentyone years jim ibe ittjtentiary Commenting oa tbe ossa ikeZ J Ad dale says ithtii iki a1drunk n apparently dnytratt 1 con dt19n last Korebiber Geezer f Grdariwg drivimf a fcwohow J wagon along the ooMtry Mi lo tween function CLtyaid tsi German set tlemeflt Heatefpedl hs wagon on the highway a iRobert Brower ahiynijryiipjpfl ed young man alco in a jsw r horse wagon drove sjp awl lik v ql ordonjti iIL jus he wis driving a tia el young mule Gordoa beoMM more dfsperaie than before a k shortly thereafter shot Brew down Th murder ppKrvW have been one of tht m ei e kibloodedevcomo tiis Boyie county and liad all the jiwya r stocdur haJl ging the riicould not have been aTtMgti 1 no punishment t howeytr atriiwtV kfujiColdbloodwL rder Msilt rhf- axp1i1J1iJihlDelit SgT1Sr ikM I mob spirit oylt oowrtyvfc badly in need df fw ir classhjingingrinrordiario Jttily establisb a aeatiMtot strougly tin fkvor of law and ordc J vrr r T SIZES OF BODKl JMHftinl 1 tIrrMs pMe swrt O tav antf 0usiIsskwt The words toUone ue vo dioeImq aid tbe lsalmost if iMt q ttilo itto uaimeaning At test they bed uSsmnn- aly to tie u of Fowhich the eti ised ja book Were folded Thus il tsheets vew ft1lWeaft e lMtMp tfcalled a folio J If UiW ed twice so S rthe book WM cilM a MVB IfIi were folded i ic ttaMi Jib Is II eight airvMrr tM be p WM eH 4 M octaYo1idioL The ie cIa r iU IS UW regularl tee To lMk k mustbefokldHastfSfatW 1 k leave FoWl QMtUrd of UM wk tof a sheet kfigtkwjw en ttNH IfMtf fold the PAper sro Its ksdti Y 1 the qmtfl Nt toM tMr rIts lethjtlMC II toM tk t = S f on fMr FteUr M rc at to Ja qK asps t q1 be Ja JI r La qokS I 1 Bt tgb ae T tiat t- qttoec tv We aussas p wtefr to tHlfroo ts jIJ1oOIoflwokt fu ibe seei e w si printed were o iiIEwaI a ta page MId M r r as a sqiare fec4 ot aa tore ne Ja ina1ang psp there was tZ S formlty to H WBkl to the s ut 4J j heets Bat Mia psprui vAwer latrodised aid t ll llft j was abaf ib btir- ade Qf a1 diswi a y qioe aM 5CtY I ditneasioul a ski tr w strictly to te iett bow tbs oI4e4 became 1wMt w as di tiotur of dM Tlnwt ut iS tcriiMJ KM imWtWiMi ed t bt J but fcd tttJ in to iadkatf a HUM w a 5 s1 al SatUy wv4 ate thIIIIMft J i rtI ctDtf5Iie l p tbit a 7reta btw t wil call t W toe IIIt ii oiber wu ouSs- bsMk1q atMl oueME tie IeSf t4 tIIe I but orts bsis Y bees aidsito vs 4aItesi teoN welds wyodiTdhuIn t 1IIIJt1 ClIZEI wnciR- LV fo puss 8urM tWw 4 = I r T TIlL NEWSLEADER SPIGMEJPKV t WLNC JEPWPK1 Mtlofitnil pmWtofcfcri tL i r lojY iuYI 1Nt i iP1 T lit TI WTlf 1 Wt 1 t4p circuit Jidge I H THURMAN Ql Wtttttft AttjC S HlLIi RkttLYST lX GRAHAM tTJeLo ITSEY OOYdAttorneyT 8 MXYES cyckW bOWgl iItton1 L tXDERSO14 Jtup rt fcodfntJ W BUSH CA1LTTIAusiusrW T rrollEI4jCi1irDL W LCRUME irpscW GOBERTS Mr JMUM L Newman has Iiibe Frankfort Jour il wd ExGrwrtrnor 3 C W BMkkftm will U the editor The pftffcrl will be ooBdacted ura PIMO aUe psprad doubt iHllbei of tbe leading jourj ill jieikol tie State Governor BeekbuMs emtryintof the news pif bMUMM gives the Demo rMic party oooaiderableatsQ- raoe of iHWoeea In gaui placing rZeplHicky intM Democratic t cIaiL1U the GovernorU fert Miai adfoeatinf what he be lief kbe right and possesses 4be at Hty requisitei for success Jii jpurjialMta The GOY rn r c bMlbeg ainoe demonstrated to hUeppoijeoU his superiority as wrktr He was never known toishiJw the white feather and amMjiht thriits of the most ppittriiif antagonists thioppo sitk could give he remained lMitItj td Beach Harris las enconj 11ftJ ofhis father The verdict is jtbbstforBechandeveryone II lkiT 1 Essseaess broftchitii and other tlireat trmiblea are quickly cured by wPsIysHoaey anI Tar aa it soothes afi heals the iinflained throat ana l kJiicM1al tubs adtbe most obstt JI Me nk dteappeais Insist upoa fcTi jr the genuine Foleys inneradTarwJ t ValIeHill i1 Jr iSoaift few weeka have elapsed V since janyjefforfr of news from our little town not since our nvws editors took charge of our permpwish you every success in your r1rork MrCla1lHighspent one uisvUlJI1JIzie Pjleand v son MrV WaiBemm viiited Mr Thos Reeel mad wife near Bookei Wdsday last purchasedSofvJEd Cheatham bis farm for 11500 1IS GoaUey solcl to 4lbert i XM a nice sorrel mare for LlO and bought of Ester a two irold mule for 11 GI i Goatley and wife 6ere oihftown Thursday Mrs Palmer Goatley was inj f ihciuy the part week shopping Hark Shehati pf Booker visit edffiend hew Sunday jlrs HbwardTatnm has been very Ill bt vls reported better MM Woe Weekly is also on toe it aicJtlMt Jrs ChaSi Lewis and c Mrs Nae Bo line of Bloomfie dand tt 1 it gb VCMI Get Up J With a Lame Back Uteir TrMMe Ukes Ye WsenMe MtevryaaekowsofDrXiIws iiiMf aot the great kidney liver and beIJ restoringppr Root fulfills almost overScqmiMg rhemmatisHi Pain in the back kid keys liver bladder of the tadeverypart urinary paesa Ke It F corrects inability to bsWwMsraMaci1dingpaininpessinitebd cbMr and overcomes that napl asant oftenSiMiiayf aIId to get up many mth nightp gMt is not recommended for a bat ifyM have kidney liver e trosbk it will be found just say7o Mi It has been tho- rttaedilL private practice and has t that a special ar im eraeok baa been made bywnkh all- j4tar W this paper who 1 yeJtOt al- I s MssVlt JaayJutTe a sample bottle m ks bY aafl also a book telling e toZte MqwtrobIs i= aDd lIi aIt fjl ttIba sold LSLiii Mr Jno Virgin and wife of Maud passed through our little town rliursday enronte to Springfield to visit their sister Mrsi KC BoWitt Mr Edward Goatleyr wife vhd children and nF Ernest GrQtttloy andwife attended the dining at Mr Thos Virgins near Mud Sunday Fried ihickett was the rare dish of the boeasKm Mr SamfMudd was in pur midst Sunday afternoon AMxT fob iL S ydeJ is able to be ofr again Our 8Ct1oo1 at thJ plcllc ose in about two weeks A 5Happy Father I i3Coyn turned to a sad oneifI he hai tow o laryisgbabywill make the eh dwell soothes ta s r estin nce healthy normal sluaaber Best Ifor disordered w tcethIngbabiessura and safe contasns no tiannfol drugS Price 25and50 cents pert bottle Sold by Rsd Cross Drug StoreJ rWillisburg Mr Dudley S herland and wife Hillsboro spent Sunday with John Sutherland arid family ppdMavMrs Alex Yates at Mooresvilie ViolaGoodletofwith Mrs Will Shirley Mrs Bettie Colvin and son George visited relatives at Fair geld Saturday Mesdames JT Sutberland and JMJ Brown spent Monday with friends at Mooresville spentlastwith Mrs Della Gary at Tatham Springs Mr Allen Sutton and family ofDanville ate spending the week with Win Suitonsfamily Miss Elizabeth Shirley spent Friday in Sprihgttela Misses Blanche fjhirley and Glatia Scott who are attending school at Springfinld were the week end guests uf their parents Quite a number of the chil dren in this vicinity haV3 the mumps Mr John Noel and wife of Brooksville spent Sunday with Miss Willb Colvin n A blviif SkeletonI is the final condition of any child that has wormsIf it lives Think of having something in your stomach pontlshniinthave worms may be yours has Be certain that it has riOt bv giving it Whites ICrSam Veithifugoit expels all worms and is a tonic for tie baby Price 2 cents Sold hy the Red Cross Drug Store r MacIViIle Professor Walter Humes has closed successful term of school afc this places The entertain mont given last Wednesday night was well attended the er ercises were interesting aod listened to attentively ThShewmakerbrothers hve moved their sawmill to tbe farm ofjMr John Eaney to saw about thirty lumber or forty thousand feet ofIj f fMayeswhite Mr Minor Bottom and Will Bay bourn were appointed to rep resent the MackviUe Sundav schoolat the Sunday bchooli convention at Chaplin llbti Thursday and a number of othI ers from this place also attended Mr Harvey Scyeeneyhas returned home froth Bowling Green where he has been attending schcol Miss NlaggievMay Wycoff and Anniej Raybourn are visiting friends in Maud Mknyweak nervousmen have ow been restored1 to health by Foley TKianey Remedy as it stimulates the kidneys so tlley syill eliminate the W3ste matter from the blood Im purities depress the nye causing nervous eehaustion and other ail yquVi1ffboon Fair View Ham Pile has moved tohis new borne jnst completed Mrs F M Car ey and son Wilhejind daughter Julia Mao laWeek Mrs J E Sfecivenson and Mrs JW Hays wfitte the guests of Mrs L N1L Oliver Wedtf s da ffJoin Comstock and Jolm priJlgfieldwen guess lill enjoyed the blizzard that copae the first day of May Tile outworma are in this country irigreat numbers i Rev Hainbleton George Moul and Mollie Hines Xi D Carney and famil dined at the home of F M Ca icy Sunday 3rtNewpreaclHelike to ha ye as great a number as will come A few of Sour farmers have planed some corn t A Smile if isa pretty hard thing to accomplibh when your blue bilious and out of sorts There fsa sure cxire for all kinds of stomach and liver com plaints censt ipation and dyspepsia Ballards fierbjne is mild yet abac lutely effective in all cases f Price 5Q cents per bottle Sold by the Red Cross Drugs tor e Ma Crop Report I Frankfort Ky May 3Corn tiissioner of Agriculture M uI Rankin gava out the depart ments report on cjrop condi tions in Kentuckyon May It says Much rate haslalIen during the past month causing mircb damage in mapy4 sections of the State Wheat tjs generally inverfj poor condition for llie time of year but with good growing either we may expect a fairly good Ciop- Hemplooks woll and promises a large crap Some large grov ers are pluntrjga larger crop than ever before V Fruit has been damaged in some localities especially peaches plums and rchernBsr but there is a gtoil prospect for a large crop of apples aod gjrapes The prospect for the oats cop r is better than this time last year ofIi exceeding almost all records especially is 0 Mensj Mens Clothing Boys Clothing Hats both ltandstraw Mens Shoes Boys Shoes Shirts Shirts SOc to 150 I in all grads short and knee drawers Cloves Work Gloves OBryan Bros Overalls I thi so in regard to Burley to bacco At out an average crop of dark tooacwiO Will be planted Tobacco plants are ups far advanced as they should beba account of so much cool weather Live siock is in fairly good condition and a decrease ofcat tle and hogs are shown on ac count of high gripes of feel An increase of steep is shown m many counties of the State A large corn rr pwiU be planted due ina large measure to the farmer using pure bred seed corn There is a small acrepge qf rje and barley grown in the Sb te aud bbth are looking fairly good Cloyer sn a poor cchdUio- hA1alfaippks well and the ac reage is being incrasedthreugh- out the entire State r li yWwanttoeel well look well and be well lake Foleys Kiduey RemedyXl Jt tones up the kidneys arid bladdcJ puripes the blood and restores iiatthandstrength Pleas antto tate anuxCOriiains no harmful 4rugs Why notcommence lodayi f THE STOLEN KISS Esme Barton as she roa e along on ber trusty little cob paid no heed tu the weather so Absorbed wa5 she In tier own thoughts Ralph Und rwobd was coming that aighti to ask lier to be his vJfesheell sure for his manner at the FletcherV dance the other evening had been un tmistakable What answer shqnld she give hlm Could she ever love n man she did not altogether trust Ah If only 3flck could speak she knew what answer she would give If he ever asked the sajnfl question but Jack never would noTvV though years ago tin had blirfam In W hundred little ways that he loved her tBut that was before hlsVathcr died fand Brlarsmere waq found tObe tuoVt gn Il and all the affairs terribly In volved So now Jack was p6otuan and had even undcrttkxn work assTJn derwoods agent to ptSotr the uidttt gage which Ralph held Esm was rich and could do as slit lIked with the fortune she had lulix Ited from her mother but was pwvir less to help Jack because of that nl written law that a man Is to wop a woman to be wooed The rain poured down and at last awoke Esme to a sense of what was going onj around uor The rain was coming down in tor rents and nti ominous roll of thunder in the distance mntfe Beauty tremble It was a loiiiiy part of the road OnlJ 4 littkttJiiuiucb out of rot Pall was In Itht She hastened ward It nn knowing If Mrs OGrndy Btlll occupied the place or whether she had already gouelto live with hr sis iter In Kerry r On trying to lift Jhe latjcb ESJUI found It was locked but discovered a Kheltor in the peat shedat the back As she stool there carpsslng tier hore to allay Its fears she was stnr tied to hear a key fItted into the lock pf the door In front df thohous The boards of the mud covered walls Were4 Ill fitting and rotten and ESIJIC could distinctly hear two mll talklnj as they entered and shook the water from their dothesIf A good thing we were sp noar the plate said Underwood Ires answered a volcewhlch moth Esmc blush In the scinldarkiiess It a Is ballstormput It will soon be over am not sorry It has come nown you will see that something must he lone to the place before another ten not occupies 1L It Isnt fit for h log to live in much less a human being tt qI shall do nothing Its no uJiP spending money on property of thl kind These peasants are used to pigging IL Leave the place alone That is of coursee your affair Mr Underwoop saM Jack In my posi tion As agent It was uiy duty to point out jo you what was needed but cannot jnako you do it ivw fftriL r I CRUNDYMCINIRE I II Apparel IMens SOctolSQ ILadies Apparel Ladies Suits Ladies Skirts Misses SkILadies Shirt Waists Petticoats Satin and Silk R G Corsets Black Cat Hosiery t Topsy Hosiery Summer Undrwearall kinds Long and Short Kid Gloves Long and Short Silk Gloves I U Dress Goods Department t I Departrnentyou I can be found in this department A full Line of Trunks and Tr vIingagsl I l ALWAYS ON HAND 4 H t pettJM ttt g R g 1W PaleFt I FROMTHECHEAPESTTO4EBST II- Lt YO Mc TlnE1ID UtIv v t I ANNUAL MAY SALE f wAW DESIRABLE ffiMtEAW DISH j 1t 1 i i Embroideries Laces White Goods and Wash Fabrics Foulard tirailtt Mesaline Silks Great Variety of Sheer Linen and Linen i J t Suitings in White and Colors 3 Wn wide 15c to 75c ijt7I Mercerized S itings and Waistings 2flc to SOc ift J i A co t t Jff iI CLOTHING I We are receiving constantly new Ies1l in Mens Suits and are showing most uptodate and newest fads in young Mens Hart Schaffner Marx Ian Rosenwald Weils Suits and will- t make special prices during the entire F month of May 1 SHOBS things lowJPatentTah Styles I and us before purchasing Outfit t N I N 1t w make rPicestd GASH Buyer 1 1IG1JNNINaHJtlF UNGJLt ii Flies i Is an old adage Its a big jump5though from the time or the first rt clock to now Bridge the youtoone of today a chronome ter VH Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry Is what you find she year lound at my Jewelry obld your i jllQgi To SSave ny FrollMf I ii JtisyJi Graves I1WV 11 t1 fivco to tin olrliI rt fd iutmtve tUrkfd as y mr en Itv rnlcVto rork Offthf mort rajp vlitrli yu Ji ctu ipy nspHrty lint i4iu5t the fttrctlu ure ioij tIufeateuxviU8tcm miiow fur rtaiinot work for you nny JdUOI and nave not money to rrdP i tin rotate Xiid pray wby nm to lose your rmable sorrlrcs eald Underwood 7 You know that during my munage meat your profits liitive nonrly doubled but when Ib conies to distilling liquor In underground llstlllerles alid expect lug me to be u jmrty to the fraud I draw the line now dnre you speak like thla t uior said Underwood choking wlLS rage You pauper If hml not ployed you you would have starved You ore exaggerating1 my povertyt sold Jack in a caln tone It Is ttrue by honest work I bOiled to regain my property but when you expect dis honest work you Jhave conic to this wrong man By time way contlnucd Tack and Esme conld hardly catcjh his wotds for he was already time road I lhave ordered lack thcpllJesaud stills The dickens you have roared un 4lcrwooil as he pace l the miserable room A quarter of an hour later Esiiie was In the cozy office of her friend nod adviser Mr fiance It Is a large sum of money to latest j In landed property Miss Esmc f fknow saId the girl in her quick bright way but what does that toot tcr2 I have ever so uiiich more when that is spent Besides happen to know the mortgage will be foreclosed If this money Is not paid find I hjive other reasonsuas welfi Beauty trotting along in the twi light was within a mill of her own warm stable when she suddenly swened frOth a dark figure vnjklng rftnldlynlonsjn the shadojv csutc woo nod bee J sitting loosely In the saddle thinking over her after noons work wen timken unawares and flung violently to the ground t Stooping over her Jack for it was he who had unwittingly frightened tIle cob lifted her quickly in his arms She was dazed and stunned and asher bead rested on his shoulder he stooped and pressing his lips to hers stole the Tklss that he never flared to hope would be hIs right t Esnie be said after a pause In which each read the others honrtct never dared to hope that you had giv JEU me your love and 1 have no right to asfc you to be my wife for in a few atveeks I shall have no home Briars mel1 Is no longer mine I kissed you because I could not help It as yon lay sin thy arms and I thought you had fainted BiJa rsm ere is mine said IJsme smlllnJfllaDd It is very mean of yon Jack only to want to kiss me when I bare fathteds 1J New iii Mns Wo mens 1 Shoes in and in a great Variety of J see iV Money liy JHE COySJLTATiON What Her Sister Hoard When Slw Listened to the Doctors One of two sisters who lived togeth er was suddenly taken with n lung at tack she feared was serious says the London Telegraph SIte therefore sent for it specialist illllt asked Uit to meet him Talking over his coming with her sister slit said Mona I wish I could know Sir Henry Bs rent opinion Nclther he nor DiL Itwur tell us If there Is anything really wrong but lL would much rather know Itur sister replied JtD6 not worry dearest You shall know evbryfhlng for I will po downitii the dining room nnd stand behla the big oak screen hud listen to every word they say And will you be fur to tSll me Moniar You may rely on me dearest I will tell you every Word Even It am not to get wellr SEven then dearest promised thp loyal Mona I1he hourr fOr pIe consultation arriv diningrroom and standlifg behlnfl time great oak screen enscohccu herself and pro pared to listen By and by the twodoctors were beard descending the stalw and a mo j meat Inter they came lnti3J JIm room Walking over to time fireplace the spe eiallst sonic two an esy xrhjrii arid ff local doctor sank Iota Snottier Then followed moment nllonce broken by the 8pccIajJst wiioIutmed a little forward My ikamti lie nld slowly iicpkJ titff rI tf4 AFTERTTHEGRIPPE Vin l Restored This Mans Strength Several years ago Ias attacked by a severe case of grippe which left me with a hacking cough soreness in my chest and b onchltfs1 toOls nearly every kind ofcough syrup sold on the market besides medicine given me by physicians y I received no permanent relief until entirely cured I believe Vinol tobe the greatest blessing ever offered to time public as it does what is claimed for 1tu R E R Hicks Maplesvllle Ala The reason Vinol cures chronic coughs colds and pulmonary troubles Is because It contains tonic Jron and e104Ibuilder tot old people delicate children rja1 Carpets RniwaiirT4Th- isjs theS asoH for Sprirt rcleanjn Ion J 1Ifvrget that wt crrVtbe largest stock of ts Rugs Wall Paper and La6j6tC r tains ota y buuse in his section v iiA 110TapestryOOFgralni 35cJaceQOLinoleums0 T V K J ICalf Spring SPECIAL l i Time Yinolland 1 EYES TESTED Ic I l 1 ld M Russeli JEWELER AND O Tgl ffj sw e1 9sLc j 1 11 JOFNEPELEN t IRVl IJt t The Gopp ge Cafe CQA N W Corner 7th INCORPORATED MarIt LOUISVILLEI KY I iioisriieae 7765 Special JitIi MtlM tt MaH Sir CiMtMrtrs CaiiiliWiU K3 e make Aspeciafty of the f llowing branrls rj J IW Matlingly Moore Sprint 1902 at H Mt I Belle of Marion Sprint 1902 at 4 10 Everglade iathens Sprig 1907 at J We also fianple Mattingty Motre Roitwi Firk 1 Vand Wilfow Sprini bottled IIH re 1 Apple Brandy and Blackberry Wine iV i ViV VWVi V V tt r MeCABEt CUMMINS 4til DEALERS IN1 t I I Ii Straight Kenjiitj IMsliee 1 J1 X j V f v 1 1We ship1Whiskey from 4 te 10 years Id at 25 to 40a per gallon SJj Orders frraKeji tuck v filled from our Indiana housi 4v t We aso ca ry instook t Pure blackberry and gripe wine rtaL T vr 225 W i Whikornv keyper gar 4 w i 2 2 Pure apple brandy pcrgal H 3Nassd4N i 5 A Address illi lOrdpi to r r S H jMa cj1 Ji1JlECUMMINSIp Tif tf 4 Mn n TT y t u fJaMii uf tlhYJ n wOlwn 1a rjt1a it1lf- q5 tib4 rmik F the rocI until 1ihet sl Jjtertria Other HcJf Uo nl Marine tengJiRed Incoallngr shlpi When I Jplnetl the orpa the Bergcnpt o sea to me Tt s art sol dlern ah ort yacbtln e ses 1 sup pose this is the bloomln yachtlnJ London Punch Forgets to Man TFi m Sbor really think that something should be drino to jfchen the loads oft tire postmen HXMWeU you know dear I do nit fcan to lighten emj Yonkers Statesman r That 4likCsrnjkMhiul 7comptcxlosur of oftn beerS cxps4tsd tsr osr bisst- Thdda1ji ellmate aid t 5k4Sout pDdoors tiroitK the rd ttjsyBut bapxaialn tle k pj riii ts not the r04of tbrr bst tfcil ad raw beef alrfl ottsa rwiltjr M ftt that TlrtL miwtm kr5s lad ttu face higholond bet Wpm I- 1Ieliate 1111k Ita rad l- dfstane the eti iirqfreshlBg but c to wnpleastnt Here tb fist woenr eves th t tIM wora 0 are moJdA wtoflfc HM features of out WntiraJS A irtrfBp wotaeo are chtel d8cri v w r v LL DR GIT BURTON MMIPIUtT D BN rTJ4EflH FSXTIAC- TEDar19ouT W T PAIN t Ie Iek p pINGFIXLD KY Alt Dental Work Strictly Pint lIL iA77cIflUED t ykiai 1 Sirgtu- hors8to9am r r P its 2 J pmQjoveflydOii1 U t 1ilLLfnpIonM Do = Met Atttti NseIr fflctPiftt N L l KtIdcc No WFGR1GSB1 ATpNEYAt1AWZeopls BPRINOFJEtiD KY Dr MW HYATTw OiIcePv p Red Cross Drug Sioct djflce hours Hyatt 1030 MIto 12 m 4 to 5 pmTi 1tii Y MAYES se rUIEftALA IHECTnHE AIrrll LICENSED EMBAlMERy TELEPHONE PAY 19 NIGHT T4 t SPRINGFIELD KY If you wtBt the Best PDQUR Mkrpur grq ierfor f PDenfiashingtons11 t tRL 11 Sprinfield Choice- R Mnuiactured bys hJ1t Wepay highest market phce forfrainf p A riMIs MONEY AND UcKACHI MEDICINE o 9 tile ve ert s tzotbi Its use sdjJj IsiiisHulthb Ftr Tie kidneysteeaJOue Miohoia iu4w ttw Pore 1ood and Drugs law Ml wNmLLMiLcstLsMLbr Hdon 3c Robertsona KALBIUi KAHSAiCrTYm t 1 I fI 9 PtULTIY FENCEVery Chtelleth e1I4 4to cUapU thin wri wee t1d1bat tnr rZLJ8MIKe Stbtl D Kot t i ou J wiirF S Cre m Vermifuge I THE 6UMAHTEED WORM OYrE THE CWLMENS FAVORITE TONIC er I OLYBY BalI r4Snow Liniment Co JtT OQIM RED CROSS PRUG STORE K1LLTH COUCH iIOURETHE LUNGS King1Nnr FOII caas IootTrW Both fIN AID AUTNIOATANDtUNG TROUBL- ESGUA1tAKTEEDSATISFA OB- oaKCN REFUNDEDc p i rrQOU1iUij 1 L 7Happenings oT Interest I Th Fissksst and Latest j IIsRd lAIIAbastYOuiasIfFrIds Acquaintances TfiPlPSiiI 0 1 I 1 T I II FOR SArOne Jersey cow I Buggies and W HLEkCHMAN11 is i by AG KinbaU f Ot rtt nion sets 5 c4 per quart at PJ Thomass 1sIso TOR BENTrFour TniceroOtns- VOrJ A Shaders grocery L A BURNS Bligli st price ffor eggsin cash grgoodsL 4PrJ THOMAS J The lest refrigerators for the least money at Leachman and Campbells JSay Does you buggy need pointing Call on A C Kim ballot the old Casey shop See Leachman and Campbell eforebuying screen doors and Try Blakemans coffee Yon will use no other At P J M- homas v A fine selection of trimmed and ready to wear hats may be j nat Mrs Mullicans over pIes Deposit Bank Per FOR RENT Nice house and ard and 1 acre ground on East Mftin Street Apply to JOHN W LEWIS tlThechurch will serve a Strawberry upper at the Court House May A 0thyThe place to buy as good as the market affords at reasonable prices is at P J of Thomass J c Mr C L Brady bought of W Cocanougher a pair of red mules 5vears oW 15c ands high for 370 For BrownJuqleshovel lows Five Plow CiltivtordDisc Harrow Tobac4Setter rlcanFence Co Call on AC KIMBAtLl Nad Hard in was tried before jury 1n the Fdlice Court last e oa the xbarge of b ringin ivhiskey into local option territory for thepurpcse fsale and acquitted IMI Peyton Briggs r and Sons sold their farm consisting of 10- 0cresto t Mr James W Coulter for 40peracreThJs was at a consideraTjlel profit as Mr Briggs ought the farm about 1vear y ago for 34 per acre It is said that the Kentucky t Derby this year was the greati stone in years It was won by portinpicked the Winner and cleaned up for theorr IMr and Mrs jR Claybrooke annitir childran 12 in number 5 boys and 7 girls will be present TJie 1destis 3 R Claybrooke Jr who is 38 and the ycmigest is Miss Roth Claybrooke who israt 14 years of age IThe regular monthly termof ttthfe Springfield Police Court was held Monday with Judge Noe presiding There was a large docket but all the cases were either continued or judge ment taken by default except the caeof Arthur Mogre vs Mur ray Shields eta in which there was an issue The trial resulted in a Verdict for the plaintiff Mrs SibblevBackma3 widow of the late Thomas H Buckman i formerly of this place died at her home in Jeffersonville Indi ana April 29 after a long illness of tuberculosis Deceasedl1ij was3J years old and well known in this county She is survived by three sons an i daughters andi brother Mr John J Connerp The remains were brought here Thursday and interred in Btj Domincs cemetery I The Demonstration on last aturday at Katie Hertloin Bro was one pf the nicest wich has even take pl1ce in Springfield The Jis lay as well as the samples were d ilightfjil to look at and delicious to tasteE I Mr Blewitt is a splendid demonstrator for H J Heinz OJWbile Mr Dutton too for the National Biscuit ICo talked his goods up Tha Freich Market Coffee JIJ j Just received a tew lot of- rimmed and tailored hats A1 new shapes flowers air rett velvet ribbons etc We rricpComeMRS WILLIAMS f have moved my stock oJ roceries to the Bert Thompsot building on the East side 01 Main Cross street and am prepared to furnish anything in the grocery flinc Highest prices paid for country produce Cash or trade J K CHEATHAM Mr William E Greene and Miss Willie McMillin twoof Springfields popular young manY4triendsVille Ind April 28 where they were married ay Magistrate Hay r Greene is an industrious and upright young man 24 years offage ardis a son of Mr and Mrs J F Greene Miss Mc jMillin is the laughter of Mr and Mrs WT MoMillin and is beautiful and talented They returned Friday to Springfield where they willj make their home A large number of people at- ended the services at St Rose May 5th A high miss was sung at 730 a m and at apem large number of children bndI oungiadies took part in theI Rosary processnn One of the principal feature the services at St Rose on the first Sunday 01 May is the crowning of the statue fobich was done this arby Miss Gladys Walker the crown was by Misses May CecilI Stella Edelen Katie clements and Lizzie Edellen The music rendered bythe choir under the irection of Miss Katia CaW was very creditable The Avell Marie was sung by Mr arryI r atiaMisss Emmp Nu manjand pMarf Haydon An oquent sermon was deliver ytherHiggus Mrs Eliza Smithwife of Mr Wm Smith died at her home near St Rose Friday morning after a long illness of consump rMrsvBSIbornshe was married to Mr William Smith and was ever a kind and affection ate wife She was an exemplary Christian woman always ready and filling to do anI act of charity for1 the benefit of l hose in distress and quite tfor t getfal of self when working for toe relief of others She passed most of her life in the neighbor hood of StRose where she won the friendship of all who knew ber She is survived byj herbubanctand four childreri two boys and two girls Funeral services and inter meat were conducted Saturday St Rose Death of Mr James Smith eon SundaY afte nvoIMr James Smitjh died- t at the home of hs daughter MVs Lula Kelly after a short illness ofI congestion of the lungs Mr bmitb was born in Nelson county near Bardstow Nov rn S01S1lofMrl fathers were among the first settlers of Nelson county They came to that county fromMary land having been among the settlers wtio came Jo the United States with Lord Baltimore Mr Smith grew to manhood in Nelson county and received a splendid education at St Jo sephs College In Bardstown 1860 he wjs m arried to Miss 1In I llriiHj tracted Teeth v exII pANGERt out PAIN I I No charges when plates fl are wanted It I Abb WORK Done In this office is firstclass vertised in every respect and just as ad 11 WYSTALLARDDDS1 I Springfield Ky II unlonjtworhildreDIJ j1 Lula Kelly of this place and Mrs 31 W Hill of Kansas At the time of his marriage he vas engaged in the merchantile vusjnessj in Bards 5wn His Ife of wedded blissf however jvs destinedto be of fhorl duration for In 1866 his wife died Shortly after the death of hisJ wife he moved to Marion countv where he lived a number of years The last five years of his life was spent with nis daughterj Mrs Lula Kellytt Funeral services were conducted at St Rose Tuesday and the remains were interred in the cemetery at that oiace i JGraduateThe Commencement exercL es of the Law Department of the University pf Louisville were held Friday at the Woman ssClub when fifteen young lawhyers received their diplomas Among the qumber was John A Folin who true to the custom of Washington county boys when they go to schools away from home succeeded in taking honors The James F Farleigh Prize a copy of Austin on Jurisprudence was awarded him He was also Salutatorian of the- oclass and delivered an address on The Legal Professioni Tie Courier Journal in speak ing of this says Mr Polius dehvery was oodtt and it was evident that be had j given his subject a great deal of thought i t We have arrived ats timeiu our lives said Mr Polin when outside of our hearthstones everyone is on the same plane und where everyone is t t fIoking out for his own inter eats We have been leaning onff others but now we must go ouw arid make the struggle alone We are about to enter a profession that is apt to receive the seveiest criticism but it has withstood it from time Imm mIIL orial and is nobler and grander today than ever before Many of tne greatest ndcii of our coun try have been lawyers TheI lawyer Is the defender of jus ticaand a protector aud guar dian ofthe people There are a great many peo x pie who arelikely to look with disfaybr upon the lawyer Because sOme of them are dishon tst it fe no reason they all are The dividing line between right theseIlthaWhy judge bv the few LaWyers were the architects of the Constitution and they ijald the cornerstone of this great nation and in thfe pages of bis tory of this land you will find the names bf thu legal profes sion United with all the import ant things in the making qt this great Gjoysmme th WoollWanted I am in the imarket for wool l and will pay thi highest cash price I will receive edn dtyMavI2 a Kellys shop Thursday May S it Fredricks l 1 BookeIStatknjl 117 at yalley Hill 1 will receive wool mypB f i nd you can reach me by phlme No 12 Mopresville exchange ROBT M1 THOMPSON A Card of Thanks IWewish to thank our maty friends for the kindness rendtfi1f ledus during the sickness andLt of iny wife and our mother W H SMITH CHILDREN 9 tSPECIAL SALE i I Iill be ontfte streets next Satur 5 dav With a fine lot of r 4 Flowers and Plants JJ 2JJ= early and avoid the rush jj- g JOHN TULLIUS 4 I IEJIIt N L MrllIlonps has returned r from Tennessee to his hoine here Mr and Mrs S C Vanars dale returned Monday from COlue bus Ohio after a weeks visit to their ab htersMrs Earl Brackney and Mrs A G Noe Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon visited Mr andi Mrei W TJjeacuman Sunday 1Mr and Mrs WE Leach JDlln visi d Mrs Hill of Leban on Sunday II MrJ O Polio attended the Commencement exercises of the University of Louisville Law School Friday His son John returned with him Saturday Miss Lavlnia Oconnqr has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Pearl Edelen Mrs Harry Shader was m Louisville Wednesday Little Chas B blitt of Bards town returned to his hone Wednesday Ji MrsWilliams was in Louisville Monday studying the styles in millinery 0 Mr 0 S Osbourne has been confined to his home by illness for several days Mr J J McCabe of Louisville spent Sunday j with Jtis family ere Miss Julia Ewing spent Satur day with Mrs jLncian Gregory Mrs Beatrice Moses atdaughter Marguerite of San Francisco Caliornia are visit ing their cousin W ESelec man Mr Herman Hayes and wife f Louisville attended the funer alofMr HaesaIster Mrs W H Smith Mr and Mrs Metz and daugh ter Miss Dorothy left Saturdajy for their home Jn Shermanj Texas after a short visit to rela Lives and friends in Spriripfiela Mr Harry Smith of Lebanon Was here Sunday Mias Bertha Haydn haa re turned after a yist of severalllI weeUsBto her sister Mrs Tom Sp tiding of B1rdst wn Miss Marguerite Spalding and Miss Stella Bimms Ileft for Lotus yule this morning to attend the May Music Festival Miss May McKenna of Leban on Spent Sunday with friends hereMr Charles Greene was in Bardstown Tuesday on business Miss Catharine Spalding of Lebanon is visiting friends here Mr Henry Edelen who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Hamilton Robert on for several days left for njs home Monday Mrs Robertson and son R H returning With him for It short visit Miss Mattie Robertson spent Tuesday in Lebanon Mri Baker Smith of Bards town attended the funeral of his brother Mr James Smith Prof George lolvin was in Louisville Friday Mr E L Dayison returnea Saturday from Hendersonville NC much improved iu health Mr Watben Simms ispentSun day and Monday in Louisville Mr Byron Croake returned from Texas Friday Mrs Evan Rogers of Leban on is vUiting Mrs Frank Martin Mr Louis Rogers spent Moo day in Louisville lMiss Fannie Smith is jvisiting her patents at Bloomfield Miss Mary Lizzie and Frank OtD niel and Mr Charley Beaver and SidneyQueen of Leban on attended the funeral of Mr James Smith Mrs Teresa Hill off Walnut SprjrigIfield on account oftbe illness and death of her father Mr James Smith a Mrs Pins Whalen of Bards tuwn is the guest of her parents here IMn Dudley Wells and chil ren of Lebanon are viilinK- It Y MaY and family Miss Susie Moore is visiting relations this week at Bloomfield IfIfMiss Gerlrude Stocker pI Bardstown hits returned home aftera short visit to Misses Myr tIe and Mabel Price IMi Mabel Williams has returned home after a short visitI to friends in Bloomfield aJ I Mr H M Moss was inLouis yille this week Miss Mary Teresa Talbott of Bardsown Iis the guest Of Miss Bertha Haydon Frank Willet has returned home after being in Louisville torthe pat few months at school Miss Flaget Sicnms is visiting FLOUiS7ilIe fMiss Pearl Connor and Fred iRtegs of Fre rb town spent Friday here t s George Mann of Bardstown I ispent Sunday here Heternan Rubel of LebtlI 1Missturned to her home in Bards towii after a visit to Miss Margaret Spalding f Gtfy Baldwin of Bardstown spent Wednesday in town Mrs John Smith and son Ed win of Bloomfield spent Satur day and Sunday with friends atd relatives here Charlie Haydon has gone to Shelby ville to accept a position Lillian Simms wha has been ill for the past week is same better f REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD At Springfield In eState of Ken tuqky at the close jof business April 28 1909 No 1767 RESOURCES 21223581Overdrafts se caredt u 741820 JbS Bonds to secure cir c latlofl 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures H 400000 Due from National banks npt reserve agents 149482 Due from State banks xand bankers 261878 Due from approved reserv ed agents 1100127 Cash and other Cash Items 62 00 Notes of other National banks o 91000 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents u 6854 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BAN viz Specie a S16720 Legal tnder notes 10280001944720 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of rrtcirculation 50000 Totalsl 371rIIE=TBCapital stock paid In 6000000 Surplus fund 3300000 Undivided profits le13sexIpenses and taxes paid 8146159 National Bank not a out standing J 5000000 Dpe to other National banks 4058 Due to State anksand Bankers 2t6 23IIndividual deposits subject to cbeck 18973d80 Time certificates of deposit 3779228 4 Toial i u3717 162 STATS OF KBXT uQltrt or Wiiti IuToNEsI Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C McElrov Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of May 1909 CHAS M McCHORD Notary Public toRRBCT Attest WND CLAY ROOKE B L LlTSEY f Directors H M GRUNDTf I 1THE ONLY VICTIMS i An Adventure In the Suff on thW rt Coast of Africa West Africa la known to aU naviga tors for Its few harbors and Its heavy surf which at certain seasons rages like a battle defying the white mall who woul l approach Its shores The author of trbe Jungle Folk of Africa MrR H Allljigan tells ofa succesv ful and tQ the observers an amuslngj eDfort to reach shore at a point where the surf did not se m to be Impossible One day when tbe beach seemed much better than usual the captain and the ships surgeon ventured ash rA The captain afterward narrated the adventure of their lauding tp 4 small but enthusiastic audience Ee said that after waiting outside the rarthalf an hour the headman suddenly gave the order and jin a moment they were in the breakers tiding on the top of one of them and speeding toward the shore at the rate of seventy miles an hour The captain was In the bo of the boat well braced and cushioned But when the boot struck the beach with the force of a railway tolllsion the doctor was thrown ylolentljl over two thwarts into the captains boon whom ho clasped about the neck with a Bteelllke grip The next mon nt another breaker picked the boat up und burled it upon the beach throwing both captain and doctor to a nerfecily nafe distance where they sprawled upon the sand The doctor still bugging the captains jeck and very much frightened ex claimed Oh captain dear captain la there anybody killed but you and cotlaRriII WhJstllna oh Sabbath In Concerning the Scottish reprobation of whistling on the Sabbath Dean Ramsay has a characteristic story A famous Glasgow artist met an old highland acquaintance unexpectedly what brought you erel wedl sir it was a baad places IOU they vcre band folk but theyre fearin set 6t folk bereaWell Donald Im glad to hear It On ayer dcCd are they an Ill gte ye an- iiInstance oL Last Sabbath Just as tko kirk was skallln there was a drover chleld frae Dumfri a comln along tbcl road whlslln1 an lookln aa happy as IfI It was ta middle o the week Weel sir joor loads is a God fearlnv set 0 landS an they were Just comlu oot f the klrkod they ycklt upon him an ampst kllUd uiml I i iiiI I bLf IITIRE BIG STORE H E R Makes a Specialty jofrrI JJk E Ladiesdl S RoadytoSTSTS- TI tfs I Wear Garients I i 1 I Our spring showing of I Tailored Suits and Separate Skirts be found very pleasing in both IIwill Style and Value low prices are now being made I Underwearand Kimonas J 6 J I Latest Styles in Ladiesc c and Childrens Footai I See the new things ih Corst5Ho siery Gloves Neckwear Belts Hand Bags etc 1 Hobertson Clajbrook Go L INCORPdATED i 01 + I fi I t zi i f Buy Good 00C nfcelions IIj ir u That is the only land to be f i ii c in our place for we pitL MM selves on the fresluiaddtquaJity of our I Fruits Candles and Giles t Frcsli Bread BiUfl Diily + jftcii1i j At our soda fountaim w lfiir r I pared atf all times to eift HIt UJIJ ICoca Cola Hot iChisi i FIateetc lWe serve Meal inthe J 43 i t I igood old homhrle t t1i r li i I I HcrtlemsI Coiilectkswry Cct 1 KATIE IEITLEIIIPJePt p r t i iTlEr f I Now Is ITt TIm BUYs e t ii- I I I FmmmII t E 11 1 I can furnish uall kindsi 11tiI1w rand pi all prlces- aI IK I Jf A full line of t ti4 I 1 lawn se JceCreamFT y 1 1 ALL GUARANTEED j I I r I Builders flardwm t t SPECIALTY 11I Roofing anti repairing 9fn kind = Plumbing and Steam fitting M anytime Make our ttprt your head I quartersw at hetf f u fOIIt 1aP VltIWjf H 1 kiif TTHESLSDeT 4 I i Jt tlllIII C pidcc+ +ipe4 ia MAR10K THBXTER fti a w JAuettll 4 i Ipi i1i iiIt WU not 6oit i i 7stUI4oi COt sIqickIlyI I ISSd eMhist 0 Ilit J40llieiti fl 1Japqt DyklrtM rt Iifl tic lWlflltd tJk cjiIiAiJ t Uv luforjuatlofiijlSit W t togt m ferftvbftct of la 4tAIuLf WbIfP ftflS wee to be fa InendiMe hurry half n be wry MtaI aa p1eg ii4oiset a iisu qrt iwbnao a elt taffcii wIth Mm aftwrvjKUInff twfar l Ir Jktk lplMidl bo and tulipll V and xewft wltk true Dmtcb t- s47D4rtrIt took with him his r wssfI taHie lMi pipes famed wubiut aPI 0ert M aod ventt that btavtifal district Hett aM wttk b1mbat be Ta1WI al 1 BMHt macb as hk pipe hl9 very w iaKilt boomIng wife hia tlamitf daughter Ankle and his ilimrr orpltaMd atece Johanna de KMft TJMg only jMNpker e the party of ReId dTtW1Pfl wfro was Dot tru lf MMtatttial accordlB to soundi DvMik rfftndtrdc wet Dirk Vax Pelt Mpfcur vaeetrg had frowned l fajiijb admteBloa aa a member bf the lIl TvfuHtA wen iraHollandllke haste In ptIu Kte satire patrimony of 1000 Jithttbsp1aUotbtt he Ian irs rltbte tie ioe e1Jberate t aj erk1ewIt jJ v trHtw sot like this at alL The tr NeU 1 Dirk was 4alfeether too food of Ankle If the Jhriki boaUkred smrdyt handsome jGwtk bad only exhibited enough sense- i to befowiot tome one notJin the Van t dirifoeet family the mynheer might JTrfeIt flslte glad to have him In thartyrtfot Dirk wu not at alt dls afMbfe to anybody with his kind i ffliOe and his readlneag to help every Fw1o meedM It Mrmheer Vavderstreet determined keep cloee watch during the voyage Jwtiwbat cosld one do on shipboard Genii a worthy Dutchman of five and iLxt bepctdtogo oa guard over Ti f1ftJl1 aII the m n folks wir MMkteff tt elr pipes on leek teHlHg tales of the past and speculat ic aho tthe fature Traly not The chaperonage of Ankle was there fore left to her mother But even op sUeboard that Industrious Dutch kovpewlfe could pot be tdleand when eM a huge stocking and a ball of yara all4Ioa set of knitting needles In h4In4 It Is not always convenient to i i1wa wlllptbewfaf of a girl nJksklM JohamM was always l1Vlth ffr M cbBrti and loyemaklng whiein a third peneci iIf JeDt Is not so easy to carry At least so argued Mis tress Vanderstreet forgetting that there Is a language of the eye which spjressee as clearly aa speech what Js r taiSAes heart afed fthat a pressure of be bead Jay covey ap assurance of 1 yjere Just as plahily as If one said t aiBwd I love joubac t ite gh Dirk find little opportunity etSefllaf Ankle ofhls love by word ol t iM tb1bAtho8 was her devoted Slave Vlshedl for no greeter happiness jttaM to cat herhis wife Ankle knew iafja bis heart because she fP1 r cfced his love fI jKjljr the end of the voyage Dirk knew h iher heart was In his keeping and Kterplned to wrest from the soil e prairie living that would entl 1Ie ilm to old Vanderstreefs respect Bwy days followed the arrival of the HoUaaderB In the little Iowa set tlement Ground was broke teams I JlQrcHaedgrnln sowed and houses i jerected aThederstreetjresldence was the r KMtt jpjrete0tlos In the place but the V tNMtage bunt by pirfcyon Pelt was as pretty ailttl Dutch home as anysro j j mantle girl would wish VineR were planted And soon grev- rabontihe i porch a bed of tulips flaunt MOyJy colored blossoms5ln the front 0 3Jynr1and a kitchen garden flourished i 1penrjfThlirs soon nrospenM with DIrk i juwlai ter six months of anxlons walt tag be Ventured to call oh Jan Vander jStreet to apk for the land of his Daughter The mynheer with unnsual j promptness immediately gave Dirk to 0Sinure of the matter and very poUtely istliuated that the doors of the Van 1lertreet residence would be closedj 1a Itituceforth to him DisjlntEbt mot 4IsC ore 0St W7 ihimself wlltk genuine Holland deter ST1aatieif tblft be would neverglve upI ialoveLgfBls1o1tbn VAstrengthened bS tie rtght ofAtikle standing at the iVli ft iow odlng out a letter which shp fdropped and be picked up MTh i letter told him that she vrqulil- v his with or without her father WejBsiag irad bade him have patience I Irk continued to work his llttl- ovnc ltN1t11trluily hoping to hear fbHa Ankle lint three weeks olapseil t f Jet he had an o portuhlty of tall 1with JaerHe left her presence i feAe Was awukent drio1 sweet dreams f irove by the try ot lire 9J sTbrowlrQffsa his cliithes he rushel I fro the house Tlit tclwns al SWready woosed nnJ down the streets 4runningi5 In an st IES I4I the rlatter of their woofer h oes making Mpuch nol as fthel lilQ era ftte evglnei i Jt W Jaa iaederstreetil l soioi 4 Ifcreaitjed The plUce Is doomed 0 Oto hearing these words DIrk reD Jarter thaN before slid putstrlppcd Ulilt jLtAwjd AVJieu he reached Ut Jiwif iMfMiMl the family cODling Mwt Wkbjnder sad beardiltstress VsMrt eeaiNa m9re m at5 1totisfant1jt- III r C lj f JSi1 i cAobeprerented x ISFMUMON fWgbseficii1iiunuw youTup Afl rrt r 1W tO une t y But my pipes My precious pipes riiIId Jtn all bls phlegmatic rest filMt linCl must getttem ifciTwlf seized him flrmly by the iiVikt1 174 That you shall not do Everything YourWei fjortWesi pipesIa thundered Jan Rwilare you speikso They are a a pt my lifer t have been collQct Jag them nil my life long until now more than a hundred hang in my rack fAM must 1 lose them all because o- tIr hard headedness Let me go I wtyjjet use gora rHe trnggled wildljr In her grasp but It was in vain Mistress Vander ptroet was i very strong and a nobly lCd woman and held him in s- o1J fcrlp be coud do naught but rtnnd grQnti tlrk Van Pejlt had a great emotion and Reached a greats determination wjh Vm almost Amciicau swiftness He knew that the rafters of the blaz- Ing house would fall in soon might tumble in crimson ruin at any mo ment Rut not in vain did he Me In bis vfcins the blood of the wonderful race that cut the dikes and drowned thclr beloved land rather than yield Ito the Invaders Her went to a tank of water and wet his coat TIirowing It over his head be plunged intq the burning house not heeding the shrill cry of distress which Issued from the lips of the trembling Ankle Five minutes of dreadful suspense followed during which the rafters fell n and sept thb sparks flying in a mad shower urely no UpwardII live in such a place Ankle piteously sank to the ground heed less of the crowd of spectators and btirstoutfntQwId weeping Suddenly n shout of joy arrested her attention and Sitting hpshe saw through a mist of tears the form bf Dirk Issuing front the burning house He staggered like a drunken man un der the weight of n huge rrick which held the precious pipes not one of which was missing Straight to the man who had refused him his daughters hand stumbled Dirk Van Pelt Then as old Jan took the bnrden from him the young man fell senseless at hjs feet When he opened his eyes Jan Van ders reet was standing by him tears streaming down his cheeks Be took Dirks hand saying brokenly Ar house one can soon acquire but su hI a treasure of pipes ah that takes very Hfetlme to acquire Such a deed as yourS Dirk Is worthy of any reJ inrdWhatcan I do to repay you J Raising himself on his elbow Disk summoned Ankle who was holering near Then with a determined glance he signified to her father whVt reward he wished So said Jan slowly you still want Ankle T have already told she was not for you tiutrtake youll Dirk Tan Pelt She Is yours Ah what a collection of pipes What coloring What noble bowls and what grand stems AnkIe ts worth all the pipes that ever were made or ever will be made protested the happy lover holding her hand tightly in his owp and gating adoringly into her tender blue eyes Perhaps so perhaps so muttered Ian qbsentlyub1t such pipes as tinlne He turned and summoned a l man to help him carry the rack of matchless plpcto a place Of safety and left the lovers stilt looking happily Into each others eyes ArbitratedjConversation umong travelers Is fre quently absurdly trivial After scveraI days together as on shipboard eieryI one is leund talks about the rao lU1nmorlant Q1qttpr wUhUA dP4IA4 interest it H Mnngan in a boofe en titled The Jungle Folk of Africa recounts with what complacency the conclusion was reached that the thirteen colonies should never have re belled and that the blame was all on the side of England One man moreover disclosed the fact that tie always wore safety pins instead QfgnrterSanddcsGanted upon his preference with such enthusiasm that he made at least one convert One night we put In practice the principle of arbitration of which we were all adherents An argument had arisen among us as to which was the more simple of the twq currency sys tems dollars and cents or pound vshll lings and pence At last the captain arriving we decided to refer the mat ter to him and tosurrender our Judg ment to ils arbitration The captalrjan Englishman of the very stolid sort after a period of reflection replied very slowly and Tivlth all the gravity of a jjudge Pounds shillings and pence Is the simpler system for dont you now that when you are told the price ot a thing in dellars andcents you always have to comer Jt into pounds shll Ings and pence 1 There was a Ilple objectipn toj this theory but in general Jitt perrrQuy- saffefactory so long faiL the voyage lusted tIn Practice t What kind of fJ1auto are you going robuy vv rteA sjondhfthd one Good as new I suppose It ought to1eiffulskHled thleo ben Safeguarding Crime ItlS inexplicable how those peSsl mlstlc carpera wh6 are accustomed ft hit all the minor chords with the lloqd pedal on can fall to see all about them the unmistakable signs of progresslnhd dnylllthetrpe In jmatters pertaining to crime There te nV doubt that the general 1mneasIman can do almost anything and getaway with it provided he can rouse the sympathy of the special Jady writ ers and pay the experts Ah brothers f llwhocan say that nil this do s not maket f rfhc generalt njjlift How can we hope tb realize the better things of lire until crime jiLts been made perfectly safetfe I Sea Air At a meeting of the French Thera lieOtlcal society M Laumonicr Showed that the therapeutic effect ef sefl air oil the coast Is quite diffeenfTrom that Of the open seaL e twenty qr thirty miles out On the co st the ef feet tCncliwajd excitement and eon gestion andr moreover is iriregular In Its action I Out at sea it ila tonic nod regulating and in addition the patient gets fluletsiR ulnr Ute and a contin- boN bHlhpf pure air These advair tages are hot so patent on bbard great linens on fi otiut of the vibration nod tqcr Jtrafell rbjn tfio engines butonaillngKhIp they ore evident 0l Womans Beauty Some women retain fEeir beauty td an advanced age But women wno regularly enclure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on themfpearly all women suffer more or less with some form bf female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the pain =treat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women f have done Begin at once and give Cardui a faic triaL TAKECARDUI It WiU Help You IIr- rL Katie Burlison Gprerille mi tried Cardui anl wrifea Isuffered with feinale troubles and ras so sick I could not stand ott my feet Finally I Began to take Oardui and soon began to f mend Now I am able to do all my hojoseworl and am in better health than I was before Try it muchjj IIAT ALL DRUG STORM 4 II II OURTtQISTBEACONSJ Cheering Lights That Warn and Gufde the Mariner II A BLAZED OF KEROSENE OIL f LcnetIINot tJBed In Lighthouses The goal toward which the llgljt fibase board of this country is striving isa continuous chain of lights comIpletely encircling the United S and possessions and iin the case of riv thewnltersnever IcaTC the area of a Ilight thrown by one lighthouse before entering the circle of the light of another As fast as congress will appropriate the money the gaps are being filled But What makes the light When the curious inquirer Is told kerosene he naturally wonders why his own student lamp does not give a better light If the same oil In the lighthouse sends Its beam from five to twfcutyflve miles Various niethods of lighting were In use until 1840 when a new system was Introduced of employing nearly l true paraboloid reflectors and better glass lenses In some cases these re flectQrs gave a Mght which is not sur- pased even today except when han died with Intelligent care In 1S52 when the present lighthouse board was Instituted the Fresnal system of len tlcular glasses was Introduced from France and still remains The first cost Is great but by the saving of oil over the reflector system this Is soon reduced With any reasonable care a fine llgfit alwaysj results and It is impossible for a keeper to maintain a poor light with this apparatus without flagrant disobedience of instructions Even with such an apparatus no jt common lamp can supply the light- First order limps have five wicks one Inside the other arid are fed with oil by a pump and pipe system The oil Is fed to the wicks so that It reaches tho ends where the flame Is in thejt right time arid In the right quantity It is difficult to lOok ntIt so intense IS the light In the lenses rather than the lamp is the secret for they pIck- up and utilize nearly all the tjays ofIlight which ordinarily go astrayi Fresnel apparatus collects almost of this waste light and reflects TheI refracts It out in one great beam of light parallel to the surface of the sea where it Is needed The flames which come from the lamps are largely transparent Sb of course are all other similar flames If flames were not transparent there could be no advantage in having one flame Inside another and a third inside the first two etc The lights from the Inner flames could not get out and would do no good In some lighthouses usually lbs range light purposes the light is nil to be concentrated in one beam This Is done bj concentric rings of prisms aid a central bullseye and a reflector yessMs getting such a light in range either by Itself or with another light and rujuilng down the beam are safe from obstmctlons which may be nearby the range HghJts or beams c light marling djlt the channel to be fol lowed It is frequently asked of light keepers why electricity is not used In place of mineral oUAn electric lght Is expensive to install and diffIcult and expensive to maintain There Is al ways difficulty In keeping the arc exactly iii the focal noint of the lenses the carbons never burning twice alike and constant watching being liccos ftsary Failure to have the light source exactly In the focal point of the lens results in sending the light rays up or dowiN instead of straight out where they are antcdr ElectrIcltwhlles- uperIorJnpcuctlUUQ power Inn fog has no advantage rll power ful oil intern Indent weather Min eral oil colza oil or lard oil lights ot tlio first order could hn seen n linn dred miles were it not for the Qurvt ture of the eartl and as long as the light Is Risible long before the coast Is till purposes nr4 erved It Is only within recent y mrsthnl mlnernl oil has been In use Lard oil succeeded colza oil and was used ex clusively up to 1880 and with mineral oil up to 1880 Since the latter year mineral oil has been used entirely except where electricity has been experi mented with or coal or acetylene gas 89 far coal oil for power efficiency cleanliness ease of operation and cheapness holds its own against all other means of light mahingk Electricity It It can be successful installed Is fthe best light but thr ngh expense of maintenance and in the ability to jet skilled attendants for such a light for the price sctSni n ers services it makes slow ttway The traveler who rubseupthe copts arid who sinks one lljjiit beforej j picking up nrrother Imust Bomqwhere fn the dark cln le Is spot lfght1wblchwUland time allow Stlentlfls American lThe SPORTING WORLD McGuires Great Record The veteran catcher Jlni MeGulre who Is In command of the Cleveland American catchers arid pitchers this spring lsi one of the remarkable fCtlj tures In the national game The Den conuas be Is familiarly termed began t play with the big teams in 1883 the year of his majority j In his twentyfiye years of actlvt service McGuire has ueverr been filed JIM MGUIHB COACH Ol TIIE CLKVEIiAin AAIHItlOANS or put out of a game by an umpire lIe formerly enjoyed the nlcknanii of Pinch for his aptitude In fitting the ball ut the crltIeal4tfJriodj McGulrt oids the worlds r5la1id fOr continuous catching having participated f h 142 consecutive games A Funny Family Whnt rankes your hair snap soT asked the child who was watching his mothpr comb Tier hnlr Eloctrlcltyy his ujbtlior replied We are a funny family remarked the child after a few mornents of thought The other day you said papa hnd wheels in his head and now youve ot cloctriHty In your hair It- YQuput your heads together you might make nil electric motor mightnt youUXew York Times The Size SR 6 Wcnted The wpman went In the bookstore and asked for a globe What size do you want T asked the clerk turning one on Its pivot for her to look at tin various anti sundry countries in plnV and blue I think mid the womaii that you may give me one life siJie XewsYprJc Times Poor Stuff The iServantrYou got cheated whei you bought that chin vase mum The MistressIIowclieatetflt The Servant Why its weak It busted nt Idqppec1It1CIllnnd r r It Isnt nnoriphl Ito pay nfs you You mghtto finvcjiiiouRhto tSjrvoi way iMirk rittshurR fSnsettP Ten Doctors Said He Would Die regardingfering from h at trouble He was supcranuatedxby the North Georgian Cnfcfence Tn doctors at different times sajd he would die You advised Dr Miles Heart Rem dy and Re storative Nervine we did as advised and improvement was apparent from the very first He recovered and the Conferehce in 1904 gave him a chargq He never felt better although he has Very heavy work and does a great deal of camp meeting work Ii am so glad we took your advice and gave him the medicine and feel that I ought to let you knowof the wonderful good results from its use MRS T S EDWARDS Milner Ga This proves what Dr Miles Heart Remedy will dp Get a bottle from your druggist and take it according to directions It does not matter whether your is merely wca VoJ you jheart organictroubleif it does erieft you take the empty bottle to your druggist and get your moneybacka = i r 17 iiW9Awp144uObv1d OfrifE s i t1 lILt OJC TiiEQoMMERoz BRAWCIIEZ mCLUDDtiTELEIJ1MHIYAJE tusm RWflpvt A1jjpLSSOHSIH lKEEPlIIBY MA1LGADUATES SECURE POSITIOHS m U pQm jrYfRiTE JtowrADPRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS TUNIYERSITY Bowuie t t ooooOOooo 6oooooooo K OO T h e afest ad Quickest Way to Transfer Money i 8 f 8n 8 For Rates apply to Local Manager g iCnmberlaad Telephone 5Te1graph CompaDy V v I INCORPOKATED 8 OOOOOOOOOO ooOOOOC X OO oo8 VVV VVM VV VVVVMAWWWWV iI INOTICE II I To Stockmen of Washington and I ttadlommgcountles LLRedI ft Bird Stock Farn f orbetter known as theJim McEl 07 tarrn onehalf mile i frcm Fair Grounds oJ Bardstown pike J 1 RBD BIRD ThetrreatSaddle Horse as great a breed rm theS ate Will be limited to 25 mares positively no more under an circuta stapces All havfng troodmares and wantltolireed to Red Bird 1book1I PEDIGREE Sired by Cabells Joe Brown 11955 he by bell Lexington first sire second dam DolHe C by Elastic hors Mr Pembleton of Elizabethtown the best judge Jn the state told me last fall that Red Bird was the best breder In his knowledge said he would soon have a colt by Bourbon King that gentleimen great and what a reputation he has wbrf h 830 Red Bird has the highest price colts to sell that worth 830 Red Bird has the highest price colts to sell from ther tit than iny horse Lean mention prices ranging from 8100 to 8S12- 1 NOTICE 1 jf yearWhyNo not a one o his colts have been been beaten for fiye years but he should have by this time some show horses highpricedhorses to his credit in fiveyears Have you heard of any of his colts selling for 200 from the tit or from 400 to 1500 at three or four years old No But RED BIRD has Yes a number of them r Moko Pearl 40394y0I By MOKO t vi The jrreat Trottingj Horse has a mark ot 228H2 liasfceen a mile in 218 a beautiful bay 2 white ieetljehind nda etar He is 10 hands high + fI dam Little Pearl j by Hinder Thomas 40393 Dam of one trial 220 Sire of Little Pearl 221 2 dam Isolene Ij by Plum Stone 3269 Dam of Sire of L1ttIePeanl221tS irirm230dam of 1U I 2 adarii Alice Lorain by Homer y Sire of 3in230-dams oflT inL23OS4 dam PickariinnybyLlmestoneSon of War Dance i 3 dam Gentle Annie uhy Imp Knight of St George SEASON 40 1j BounciiigCanought ImiOrtcd Eggl1sh nackney a beautifulchestnutsorrelwhite feet and a snip as tine ae n actor as your ever looked nponjgoes high and fastslIe sure and see him he is ai great horse PEDIGREE Sired by Mary Canoughf 7552 dam 6416 Bon nie Clara by Carfought 1453 SEASON 20It NELSON TIf Imlorted German Coach 16 hands high w ighsla pt 14o0 pounds with good action and steps good Just the kind ior farmmares and mule mares PEDIGREE Nelson II was bred in Germany byOV Altcand byOltmal1ut I AmericaHeanHanoerlanI SEASON 15 BILL GOE3ji A TheGreatMue Jack Heedds no explanation because you all know him andhavehardof him as being a breeder of lastfaUiV 2year selling at Thurmans saiq fit 29750 STONEWALLt fitt knownShelbTuck as about him for you know himas well as I do You have y heard of 5 theIOO mules sold by him Gentlefmen I can say with safety and am sure you all agree with that countryother counties ns well as our own flock to old Washington for goodmules Jacks will stand at8 for hoipe mules S10 for mare mules S1Q forjennets Stonewall is qultea good jenhett Jack willbet Mares tradedl or parted with forfeIts insure and mon y ber comes due at time of such trans ct on Lien reta3ned on colt until season is paid Mares from distance grazed at reasonable price Mares entrusted wilt receive our personal attention but not rej 1 snonsible for accidents or escape Thanking you sail for last Vears patronage and hopinifit wil Increase this year I jeoiain Yours Respccrfuly f UP BiKER t LtNervous or Sick Headaches will yfolf nulckfy to the Influence of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills 25 doM K cents D PilljjBActjj Eat What ci1f i iV M i i 1 You want of the foo4 you itTj Kodol win digest it k Tou need JtSofflclent amount of good wholesome food mud more than this you need to fully digest it- Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengtheiiyourstomichlf- It isweak You must eat in order to live and maintain strength You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a sumo tent amount of foodregularly- Urt this food must bo digested an itmust be digested thoroughly wen the stomach cant do it you must take something that irill hepthestomath a sproprway to do Is to eat ht you want and let KodolcB gest the food Ifothlnff else can do this When the stomach ii weak It needs hlp you must help it by giving It rest andKodol will do that ROSS DRUG STORE NEW PE8HSC1W 1Wiek ODCookStov It Because its Ct Because its economical Because it saves time Becaus it gives best cooking results- Becauseits flame qui be 1regulated instantly not over iheat your kitchen itis better than IBecause or woodstove its the only stpye made with TtJPIiijJ range Our Guarantee Go to your dfvcgist toy ipurchase a dollar bottle awi ifvyq can honestly say that ir did 4 receive any benefits fromjt after L using the entire bottle the Btr g1s Vim refundror1 tQjpm without question Or ielay We will pay the drufftotti pit of the bottle purchased bjjoiii v N This offer applies toth laifftH bottle onlyand to but to La a y family We could notaford tomakt s LJ an offer unless irifnrifjfiljIriiitTr whatKodolcwill ifojorye u iIt would bankrupt is v J T1iedobarbottlecoota dltIiiMI m xiuch as the fifty cat bottle f Kodol is made at thte laboratoriM otE peWittiB Co Chicsfor ii 1 SOLD BY RED t USE AS Blue Fbmc clean U i omef reasons see stove at your dealer or wrieour nearestagei Ideinthrei 1For SIZes Sold vithori 7 without Cabinet Top Tbe Wf 0IJU yoria bptJfT iteady light ImpJtcfei9tr t F and absolute safety Iq jfl with latest Improved burner Made of brass thra and beautifully nickeled An ornament to say ss whether library diningroom parlor or bdrbonu W rite to our nearestmgeacy if net at ya c dea ecv- snrANAa cia CMNPANY n n v Chestnut Dare No 290f oaleci I9OQ This hoise again shiiwed his superiority over otrr StalliOns last year 1nb sowI class lld jriswe ta1i classes defeatipg all tbeproq t StalliOn in tM joining counties One Of his ivinings cvas loQri l it stake defeating eight entries of first class horse B4a and his colts also won the herd ting Its TSecoinunffrfafe to repeat that npt one of his colts of fiveseasbag lave beep defeated by the colts of any hpr eowBtdor I Iever in county Special rings of colts of other bo fci T claimed by some to be the best in the State have been i shown but nat one pf these have ever won a tie b eOk red Ail familiar with this braeding know he hM 0oriB i high priced colts aready to hiscrecTithau any honow5 in co mty and yet a young horse Chastaut DSaire cpjai biriesthe blood of the Chester Dares and hit fimilii He is sired by Chester lOr1st dam by RedChi f2ddU by Black Hawk Chief 3d darn by Drinker Dr nwA t t 20 To Insure a Lifiiif CeJtr Y rH f Noble Denmark No 26401 I ov VjxSg This handsome and handsomely bredcol illtIV g aalimited number of mares at o J I I 20 To Insure a jiviag Cot A iHe is sired by ih great show horse and breeder Hifh land Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by thebbil pionShjp saddle horse Thornton star 2ddam by the show stallion Art Rose by Artist and put Qfa Motroe mare This stallion is not only well bred but a fine IndiTidnal proving himself winner last year as a two yearoold iut alsS at yearling He has great action for a youigster aa good step and the making of a great saiWkatalliofl Considering the breeding qualities qf both Pf hiaKre and dIITI and hisow flush and conformation he i Ire 5to rank among the best as a sire x Y f Bi4 HWiney I Hackiney Bdis acsorrel 16 hands high a hoieof V goOd conformution large flat bone and one Of the tXl neyLJpP Ue iis 5 years old and his first SriJts are allf gol K tired by QldeountyMemb r 1dabyton Moltkil J4dam by Varick H6 will make they s sor r IIV At 20 To Iniiure m Uriag CoJtj v Tngni ttftnl the breeders for their ptinage an- Jt k for a contilitlous osan ao same iJl th dadoi Sjng counties Mares pastured 150 per Aorta Mar bfed tq eitlter stallions orTacKs when trd Q orr i with thej season is positively 4ue and aiiwi w AI4 B B Leachman y i R F D si bnIW4 Ky i a 1tfliI1 M TieNews4iedetfl4L- ouisville Daily Times one year rj