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heiglitr1 Il k aots can be won Or you an grope in shames dark 4ighti Its jp to you my son Qfle ttfil is stiewn with labors rflow- V I1 rsVWith harp thorns here arid there Qae leads taroqgh wicked pleasure bowers V That to the eve are fair One trail ascends and day by day You climb you can not run Antaonfe is down hill alf the way lts up jOVOUtmy son Stera duty guards the upper trailVExacts obe4ence tooVAwl he who treads it cann tfail To win if he bb trteVf But k1efoUyay with Smiles Rules oer the other one 4jkl leads to ruin W lth her wiles Itsup toyquiysonV At the end of one long trail youll find j That all the tears and moansk And galling cares you left behind1 r Vere needed stepping he- At the other end youll see Your pleasures one Jy one Bat led you up to victory ItVup to your my SOflV At partiNg of the trails you stand At early manhoods gale You future lies in ypur own hands Will it be small or greatVIf now you Choose the trail of Right When you the heights have w- oouUbaiknHnors fadeless light It up td you ySon Deibver j r TdBAcdo OaaiooK JudKiug by the pmmber of tobacco beds thatbyebejn sown this yearI he conclusion would be that therewill be a large amount of tobacco fco be spEd in Washiog too county next fall however nothing is more speculative in t nature than tobacco Ap pearances are to ofben dcceiyibe i a domany causes may Jnteri ven tocut down the amount Flint beds in some parts of the slate are reported not doing well but in tbiscounty so Jar not much ctimplaint has been beard and it is to be hoped that a good crop will be raised To bacco has madn our county one of the greatest commercially in thltateThe high prices paid- ecently for farming land tt ay bt attributed jrlVL large mea ure to the reputation of our soil for the production of Burley tjbaccoThere many instances of men buying land here for what appeared to be an exorbii tant price paying for it in one year and having mouey besides IPnothinji unfoFseen occurs the tobacco crop will be fthe means of bringing much money into the county this vearas the- rospectsnow indicate a large crop V TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS The first examination of white applicants for teachers county certificates will beheld tyay 21st and 2 ndA large number of atpirantfe for certificates will doubtlessJbe+ present No matter how well prepared any ap plicant may be there will be considerable anxiety as to wjbat the result will be The fearof failure isofter a serious ban icap to success inthe examina youngtfatigue ttheir minds Success in an examination depend much on the ability to discern what is the question asked The applicant often reads the ques tion in a superficial way with out attempting 10 fathom the eal meaning and proceeds to write wh it heor she thinks is an nswer The Question is gen e aily put in the most lucid way possible but a few moments of thought may be profitably spent in study ing the question before attempting to makJB an answer by thus studying tbe question no poiatii requiring an answer wilL b prerlooked as is frequently done ad Ihequestion only part ly answered Credit of course be given fcr the part Another errorequal 1I1oa11l is ayinitoo much a is often answered con tiieriri the first partdf an an- sWer lonj but the 1roceeds VL fjillt jinswerd and conclHde by C9tltradl tin himself Errors like the ones mentioned are the result not of lUqlf t of prepara tion or iignorance on the paitof the teacher but of carelessness ti which in company with twin brother the fear of fail urpIIlaJloo attributed more failures examinations itban to any other Cluse t The preparation fpr an e ami natlonis of primary inJportanJce to the applicant Should IM tend a normal school Js the qaestion often asked BSnmeans yes Not for a month to prepare for the next xamina tion but for a term sufficient to tike the regular normal course because Normal Schools area necessity if schooll teaching is to be worthy of the nims profes sion As edutors loud train era for those preparing forth high occupation of teach0rS cra11nmin es and th2 time is limited ihisj review can be more properly made at home than at school every one knows best the branch es in which hej is deficient A normal training is as essential to teacher for the proper dlsI charge of her duties fiJ8 a training in any otuer profession Be it said to the credit of Wasb iington county teachers they are as a body as well prepared for their work and as compe tent as any in the state Wont Slight a Good Frkni If eyerl need a cou h medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beah Me for after u sing ten bottles ot Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing iti ex cellent results in my Own 1amUyandi others I am convinced it is made forI Coughs Colds and lung trouble Every one who tries It feels jut that way Relief lis felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorhage r2 ItiGirippejJSore throat palp iQ thechestbrkngsitSV supreme 50c andSiOO Trial bottle free Guar arautedkby tbeHaycorl and Rob erts Thereto Get Througfif An exchange has astory of school teacheV who reproved a sriri pupil for not knowing her geography lesson Tile next thy the childs aiotber appeared on the cene and llet go off this phillippic I guess you dont know it ilL I fend my litle girl here to school so that she gets through I want her to get through sOhegets a man- YOu never mind about geog rap by Ixlontcare just so she gets through 1 want her to get through My other dauh ter didnt know geography and she got through and she got a good man all right Lots of girls dons koow geography and they get men utyouc youfarid she pointed her finger directly at the teach erryon aintgot no man at all ana cant iu tnone Whats this geO graphygood for any haw You just see my daughtergets through school and Ill learn geography to her Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 work ed in the fields till 132 and lived 20 year longer People should be youtnf ul at 80 James Whrigt 01 Spurl tJr Ky shows how to remain young 1 feel jut like a sixteen yearold boy he writes uafter tak lug six bottles of Electric Bitters Foe thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of tills wonderful medicine con vinced me I had found the greatest godliendtopIe Trythem SOc atthe Haydon Robertson Drugstore VIAskItheMothe Ask the mother who holdsjin her arms her boy what herMeal Us concerning him and she will tell you hat she desiresjthat his htar maj be so pure that it could be laid upon a pillow and notleave a stain that his am bition may bg so holy that it could be whispered in an angels elI and that his life may be so clean that his mother his sister his Wife his child could read a record of its every thought and ace without a blush Hut Ask hcriif she will require this per fection in her son before she shdwerberIOve Upon him and she yill answer no She will tell you that ihewill make him as das she can that shd will follow his lfootsteps with a daily prayer that in whatever land her wanders her blessing will ajbide with him and that whan he dies shell hope hope yet hope thtt tha world twill oe better that hehsIV1Iied From address nWteHMln deliver ed by yf J arjan Commence ment Day exercises Nebraska State University Junft 15 1905 Smashes all Records As an allround laxative tonic atd healtivbuildet no Other pills can compare with Dr Kings Now I ift Pills They tone and rcfiulaet stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Bil ionaness Jaundice Headaqhe Cbille and Maaria Try tlaem 2Sc atHaj don and Robinson t AWordofCutionV With wheat selling at more than4l per bushel corn at 350 to 4 per barrel oats in propor ton and tobacco higher th never known the temptation to plow up the whole face of tba farm this year is tremendous The Kentucky Farther wants to enter a protest against elearinp away the woodlands plowing up the bluegrass pastures or turning under clover or timothy meadows Dont forget thai every dog has his day but if you are constantly Changing dogs he is likely to ha isday when some one else ovins him It must ever be kept in mind that fertile soil is the founda tion of ncce81ulJarmlhK Soil can jonly be kept iernl by tile addition of nitrogen phosphorib acid and potash m sOmC form or other The cheapest way ever yet knOwn to xlorhis on 4ny large scale isbv growing lego mlndus plants d4rebshg the ground growing them with stable manure A thirty btfshel wheat crop or a ffifty oushell corn crop will re m6vefrdDQ the Soil the c stoI- whichinthe form of a commer opporIteither tile wheat or corn yield Two acres of good ground one for grass and theothtr for keepahorseor will practically remove no fer tility from the soil if the man ure is spread upon the Aground again If the live stoCk with the exception of the work m mals is sold off and all the farm cultivated the arm wilt deterio rate faster than ever and probably the price of the cultivated will decline until there is but little profit lleft after the vahiw of the soil elements removed are accounted for It is far sater t3 hold on tp and improve your five stock and cultivate the usual acreage than to jump from stock farming to grain farming Keepthe stock buy the other fellows cheap grain and feed on your own land is the safest preposition before the farmer of today Kentucky Farmer f Kentucky Fair Dates Harrodsburg August 124 days Perryvilie Atig 183 daysV Danviile AUg44daysS- tandford July 313 days Henderson uly27S days GeorgetOwn July 275 days Madlsonville August 35 days Winchester August 34 daysV Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 0 6 days TJaylorpville August i04 days Uniontown August 105 day Lei hfteld August 174 days nl1rboursvU1e August 18r3 days Br dhead August 183Vdays jpherdsvllle August B3 days Ewing August 193 days Shelby ville August 245 days Springfield August 254 days Lqndon August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August313days- Harinsburg tuF 313 days TompkinsvlllejSeptember 15 days F6rn Creek September 1S days Bardstown SeptnberF4daysH- pdgenvilie September ia days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September H days STATE FAIR LOUIS VIi4L E SEPTEMBER 136 DAYS Scottsville September 163 days Bedford October 12 days It you expect to cet the orIginal Ca bolized Witch Hazel Sal veyU must W1ttBCarboludWitch cots burns and broiefe and lj lepectatlv goodfor riles Refuse sub titutef Sold Iby the Red Crcsi pharmacy tDECIDEbt i J Frank DaulhetiyDeclared Democratic Nominee r 1 izabethtown Ky May 6riIThi contest case for the Demc cratic nomination or Common wellths Attorney in the Tenth judicial district composed of ih countiEs pf Barren Bullitt Han Nelson anlLarun which has been on trial in this city singe Tuesday before the chair meii of the Democratic commit legsof the several counties was j decidedj today in favor of Frank paiigherty of Bardstqwn befgun Tuesday closed yesterday eVftnjnfr and the attorneys for thC sevejpal candidates argued thecase today with tlie above result The contest for the past five mqnthsor since the ptimary on Decembier 19 has beet ihn main theme cit discussion the shoe string dislnct the adherents of each candidate claiming the nomination The decision was rendered in favor of Dougherty on account of illegal and frauJulent vptes astiu Barren and Hart counI tiesand on account of the use of money and whiskey in the pii mary which was in violation of written contract signed by the candidates in the beginiing of tie campaign B erybodyis likely to have kidney and b1adderLtrouie In fact nearly everybody has some roublof this kind That is the only reaaon why you so oftenbave pains in the tack aud groins scalding VensationV uriI nary disorders etcthats your kid nays The best thing to do is toget some of De Witts Kidney and bad der Pills right away Tako them for a few days ora week or stJand you will feel alright In this way toEytU will ward of dangerous and possibly serious ailments They are perfectly liarmets ttndare not only a ut allay pain qul kly by J ir healing properties Send sou- rrinto FL O DeWitit 3cCoJ Chica go for a free Vial box Theyate sold here by the Red CFoss Pharmacy VAppkScab One of the worst enemies the fruit grower has to contend with is the apple scab It is a fun gous disease common toall ap pIe regions attacking both tea ves and fruit of the apple and sometimes other fruit as well It first makes jit appearance on the upper surface of the leaves in irregular sootcolored spots On the fruit the spots are at first off the same color but later enlarge and growing rough and black check the growth of the apple causing it- t become illshaped and almost worthless sa firctclassmarket able fruit The disease having become so common and wIde- spread its externinatioh is said to be an impossioility but it can ba controlled by careful timely and through spraying Bor deaux mixture applied accord lug to the following directions h 3 been found to give the best results First spry when the buds are swelling second just before the blossoms open thirds just after the blossoms fall i fourjtbaeven to ten days later EV Benedict in Farm Jour nal V Notice Allj persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Susan 0 Sweeney will present same to the undersigned properly proy en on or before June 15 1909 J R K Is HAM Admr of Susan 0 SCveeaey A Horrible Crime Mouday night a few minutes after the night passenger train due bre frqm Louisville at 10 oclock had passed up the road CafmneVlound born1lyingt the railroad track nihrnsing at Mketatd Watelstreets It was wrapped in a Eouis ville Times dated April SO aiid an qld cloth There1 is adi fer ence of intlnas to the color Of thchild some concluding that it was of white pai enlace and others prons unced it a mu lattoAt any rate it wasla foul deed jwjd was evidently placed there by some heartless individual irithis seciidn in the hope of hiding the hideous crime a nd to cause the public to thnk iit was dropped from the tram Officer Carmney teje graphed td conductr of the train and a thorough search showed no evidence of sutfh a thing happening on bip tram Our citizelis are aroused over tfe crime and the mater will bediigently investigated May or Thomas has offered a reW ot50for the arrest dcon victi n of thy guilty party Coroner Ivo Brussels held iin inquest over the remainsi Tues day morning and the jury reri derqd i verdipt in accordancer with the above facts There mains of the infant were interr ed in the colored ceraetifcry Leb mon Leader N Mills to Stop i he FioAd The wnret foe forl2 years of Join aruriInilens Arnica Salve tilled tbe ulc and cured him Cures FevejrSores Boils Bepqs Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 2ap at Haydfin and Rrbertson Drug t bre rrThe Good Roads AmeruP rrient The most important question be voted on at the November IIO is the proposed t amend proIvidigijJ building roads Every progreS sive State in the union has granted State Aid for CJot t Roads and the States which have been at it the longest are showing the greatest material development One Constitution prohibits State Aid aud unless the speopie vote in November for the anjeiidhientwi win con tinue to bring up theendof the procession ID this important matter N6 state neeifl state Aid more than entucky be cause of the great poverty of many sections which are not able and never will beable to utsuchAdtuckyl aYe been made rich and prosperous by the good road built by the State before the adoption of the present consti tution and many pf them are poor because they haye no good roads Ifnve have State Aidthe rich counties will help the pau per counties as they do now in Vunniqg the State Government and maintaining the school sys stem Thjj great city of Louis yUle with Over 200000000 will bep the remote sections of the Stite The railroads und other large cnrporations will help Every farmer in the State should vote for the amendment as bad roads cast the farmers more than anybody else j There iis still another reason why the amendment should be adopted There is pending in Congress a bill grajnilng gov ernment aid toroads A provision of this measure is that the millions to be appropriated sballbe divided only annng rosclsJThisbut the sentimentls growing strong that there can be no doubt in a lew years there will be government aid to roads grantIof this government money Un Does notColotthe HairIflgredlent9ofAyer Hair VlorSulphur Destroys germs that cause dandruff aai falling hair Cures rashesanit eruptions scalps Glycerin Soothlni heaUna Food to the hikbolb Quinln A stimulantstrong tonIc antiseptic ftChkHi4Clcans1nIt QuIets Irritation of sIpCopsIoHM Increases activity of aland Sage Stoalant tonic DorawtkreaJedybfhWbiMrie Akohd StiawlaBtantkcptic Water Perfume Show thlstonnula to YOUr dOctor Ask hlmlf there Is aslngte njurkxts iBfrMtftnt 1 Ask hlmijibe thinks Ayers Hair Vigor as madcfrom this formula is the best prep ration you could use forTalltag hair or for dandruff Let hlflldCcldeHe nOM Va TEn CouP JNT Lowell Mats aVJ ti Jw I2IiiI i aitiiij ir iURendersthe ItA IIfrood inprci wlkkoine aad eric r injghtoeas mQl IriX Roi Grape VVVcN It f = rt Kentucky adoptii gou4 toad curstltuiona- fiwllbe ame1 fD lIt placed sgih notget C the benefit of itYi e cannot ftffdrd thW t so 1eaadopt the afnendment anfl stUdt iiill line lrour share froii 0 qki Sam Elizabethtbwn Nsw RevIW WUl m t ter ReV I W WMiiamsdnl THiftkit toriW Va wrIts This is lo err ICtdneyRemedkidney try ublp and am free to iny f orfI stt ried health and Strength totlieun ands of weakruti down pebi e nntains no barmful dru gs aa Is oleisant to take LEBANON OOls f Fram the Enterprise 111fsection of tke scunij were united in marriage in Lcu1i1li Wednesday Kev A M Z el ler of Ray wick performed tbe ceremony at St Charles Ctho ic church Wftile returning home itS- unday Mrs George C New1 gt twbsonst and Mrs Toilo initb of the vicinity oVBra iordswille bad a narrow esoapt They were driving leisufely aion when suddlytb float xle of the buggy snapped toppling the vehicle over ad throwing the ipmafea Out The norse which was known aa tfce If the best and gentlest pf fwni ly horses tbecanie badly frighti- ened l and ran away tearing the vehicle to pieces Mrs Stnthr- eceivectpainfuL bruises Ijut tej othrs scaped unhurt St Marys administered a double d fiat to the LouisyilW Universityi ScboolbllOIi the college grounds Wednesday taking both games bf adonlakfj header Both games were cloee arid exciting and the fans irbo journeytd from Lebanon over fc the college to js the ga e were more than repaid for their i trip Miss Sallie Mills daugbteiet Mr Abe Mills a farmer reaidiilp iill the western prr oftn coin y and Mr 1tT Morris of Taylor counlY were marrldst Fmley Wednesday rhe groW is a well known yoQn JfarmeYrt Ddt ctiVG J A T norapedB will leave this morning for Ii dianapolis with reqaTaitida papers for the return of BM Buckner colored who wu aJ rested in that city a few day ago Buckner Is l tHtfor having cut Chlieft J of Polkse Brown about SIX years af i dltbectpd and WsnotapPtIi until a fewdays o J Ernest Abell Was piiafiiUy hurt Wednesday while eiairr oring tofixsoie machinery i saw mill on the farm of W mother Mrs Julia A belll a Mir mjlessuuih of tton4Wi1iao bone were broke seyeral ctf the legall1 nw iia Oaobi kf wu torn from a boaa JM1WAS otUcrwis bifaii 4 A f simian who Was iVrietilT k ta tsd dteued tth Jnjlrlta114 theccldent Is not likely to rsuit sdriously Tbt acciAwik was causled by the MWc fiMit on WhTchMr Ab Jlwal witii iug and whIp haitjsn UnNNrjl 1ranl See Leachil aiwt OaapeI- b44re PPI bycrJ n du4- j10Wsii l j I lttUrnutwtwu tn VsJJscR1P7ioM ii ijl t tLtit UI llttJ i 4SPRINGFIELD TRUSTY IotHH JVP Fo 11- tetnoi f 1IIJa Xlft WII t NeMiIj j Uia7TRobsri T wasdIOabf l pI15Eied at er tmia t11L hIIs abs f f krSVl 1s bsa IecSUy to a4k absas h home DM4l boar h r 81 Ia sw71emaaIiKktoi aid irjmwds rnt i irviv4 lo aoaiiiJai ji1i 1 tckii sad 11tILMM Of tkiis rib I h P 0 f Lr 1 I srJQ Iao- t ate 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JMKOi 1sd I dLI sad lI oesM r t 07- X lIt t tL Ml =a MtiI1Isadh- i cbtal tss iM N uM- e dIftifSyIC the iiisiu j a4TarI JfV4O1tk Ita m Hie f1 Ql 11I osfse wh Jill IWISi- 1ikJIq 14mVtatJisW Tbs ft t esr i- e ece Ns ss W damsl tor Bsyis dIa be csM r D- OatnvPrtebyUrtan ve a StrswbsrryV supit lb CoerS House May 2tz i hr 7TT1 TwL1T J 11 71 nTrri JyJ 1f B 1 i ItENDr f t t t 4 Z 1d1t j 1t IIrfi Jihy d r k d r I 4f r t k t c w pyzY TZflIDLY i 41 L j 1it I l cnr T cktJ 1 r tJt T IIdT H THURMAN BIT4 D LIT8EY h SvMAYESOssuty ctyQrkW F BOQn1t cnit krkWBT NPE 9ktriM B J W EUZHW i f lF4O D CATLTT JI1 Wl ITVliELL C = rS3L WE GRUME G ROBERTS J r AIiSSt0 z ifci w l kbw toafeef a Wtbor dd4t at Mobile r j M bI author of i B JSlmo and other I f t 4 Ii i ceof C haiLs U S A with1t the murder of r IX Aqiik xm August 15 iII In a verdict of jMJf Jbf4 btor in the f N Y yray aftoo v The jury bos jt ebtBHir of the fkAMi there arf ja Louisville vr hiffh in the Jay tml jrwiks of the Z B yt tCfamrcb in uLt uual iconyen 1i i of lb Sofitbern Baptiit J iiMi s of the ev cnJ con J A t with the bIcii bsgui Pudy l iuait wits a great banquet I t md will contiat until next Koa7 oc Tuesday There ft w4ibs pbout fciPQfr ad wjth tfclir families ano a 1t 4p I of visitors r i jfy wattofHl well look well l adbewell take Tolcji JOanex JYS seaav It towea up the kidaeyb bb3od and f iitr health ai strength Ples jtj l ataiM M Kktsrful- P 7 J 4 Mt tolay f 1 NC 4 j Wss t4yL Spith ot Forest t ViW iELhe pl asant gqest of ijEer Mrs J R KeenE- r f ifjffc W D Smithk visited her + i MMiU at thii place lilt Mon it I Mr sis Mn Kent Fields 1 4r f with Mr Jii iS S at i YJ Mr btt NaIy and isteI 1 Peat laliit Sunday c tbe guess of Miss XrlJJ sM fc T F KMQ and little eta tnllJlI wlby Miair L tue Keene spent x II tyl l 1 t XLSt7 1tpo uId II i 4 rTieot ani cbetrfol i = th 2 wen f t A1 sued j become eo that it s tOt1UleC8 i1 bora afflicted with J eskkidaeys Ifthe 1 H I tastoooften ijifthe mae scalds tki Jbriu rifrVbm the child reaches f sJtihoeld be able jocoatrolthe- k I yet skted with bed Wet w kId WbI4t sad iiIe1int d5p e trstneit of =u lIIio t bddw aed ot t a 1 f sbe wits kiI1Dey sud ba4dej truiLbIe 4 both psums Rreat- lilt ndld nd the it eftcto- fuiip s Itia old I NIt aa4 s4oflsr zt V4Mybays a HMfit bOWs by asfl free al a psiIt telling an aboUt 01I7YSI1 restf- monial Irecs ed from thfinwho to besjtJc theremedy zsded To writing Dr KflineV Co BtMhaoAcm Hi Y1be tare and- Kilmer StrampRopt and the address N Yi OBCTtfy bottle from until at1 thahQlin of Ifae formers father MEi Tom Nally at Bards WIl Miss Beriha Kejerie was tha i l Misses Dissie and Stella Hill and Mrs Ed KidweH also oli Jennie Qorbett ofr Manton and Mr and wife were Sinday lI A v IS the finalJ pf any cHild that has worms if ItJives kTbinlc of having In your stomach that eats Jail jyou take as nbnrlsh cirttinl giving it Whites Cream worms and Is a tonic for the baby Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Cross DragrSlore Tick Creek e in this communi ty every busy the ground to plant corn but from ihe of cutworms in f- eight hundred worms in one tobacco t bed v jmaker of Mac vil1i Price paid 115 Mr and Mrs Toni Bugg ire happy dyer the arrival ofaat their home on the Chas Hall horses with Tuck Powell one day last week Miss Grant Stumph of this place and Miss of Mr Otis Milton i Those on the3tck lit his Lucy Hall Several young men of this n sides the party Botxto the wife of Ezra Ta tumon May lilt a ioMr Wesley Taylor and moth LEACHMAN CAMPBL t I tJ1fY BEGINNING MAY 19I I oaeQ 1JIronr Bed SEE dverti iINtWSLtADER IP1NGPiELD1CY J JQSEHWW JyiplllkoniiIti Pbsbrs TVATAY11S9- t Oa1tHAttrCocs jiiLveT GUHA1i tlJAtticaeyT AypgftftON eriiitWtntJ iiry0rW DWilon hirioiBHBj laSh44jhSt Tijuryinthe Cap- tJfrr frtedjiftftliMt tibroifiii maialaif Jkirat Flufching dbsisouI1cr pftVrJ isWiikimen aiiMiai participating Iftjriourtb lteibriwixUiary arfamwtions coYention2 delegates r3lthuuzbe rectairIy15OOOz ypdetk t McIntyre MsVirgie iBjw accompan llillItaWI TOUItwjpy5 tbemdb thekklneyir ctco4ecordi Kidytrntb1ehM OfoChildtobe 5sPuidupcSItthseseseotMdi ciIJawe11menacmndeine areb7tM7 Swampeet iuchidiujay fwaesDZc BiilmJingbamwo Saturday Monday sisterMrsJseveraldaysl spenti QlrriOfHoilCCplieEnsor s8iiHeJUivini SkeleTon coladition something babieshthAtlthasnotb VernIfugeitex- jel1L Thefarmers prpariqg complaint acreageIWil1i MrJtjrvoy daughter 29hofpril wapped Mattingfy SaqieSturninliWIn1 abol1ttbrougbsett runningfro nMsatMrDickthinkthere finedaughter CarterH l M AbnurHiltonj andsinL qnbusieMrolE Ilott began work on Mr Henry Laurences to ba Ceo barn iMondiy mefaHallJdunday t A Happy Falherl soon turned t4 a sad tjne if he Tia to walk the floor every night with a crying baby McG e iBabY Flixlr Will make the child Iwell sooihes its n rvesJlnduce healthy v normal stun ber Best Jfor disordered bpw els and spur stotnaca11 tcetninp tables need It Pleasant to tlkei lfn11drugsboUle Sol by KJ2d Cross Drug Store I jv Hard sty ScnoolHouse rMrs Elrzax Mitchelll and Mr Mit SalEs andJiimHyspent Sunday with Mr and MrsS G Hardest vMiss Yaleira Gbolleb visited relatives at VVillisburerlastl week Mrs E a Roby and little son of New Haven and MrsD B Sutherland of near Chaplin spen Monday last with Mr JH5rjv and family Misses Taxie and Lucy Bar lowe weraguesls nL the Misses Parish off near Woodlawn Saturday and Sundiy littleIone day Fannie Williams and mother Rev Johnson i holding pro traced meeting at the tZiop MethodIst church assisted by their pastor Rev Eversole Mrs J HGraunddaugbt r Miss Martha spent Wednesday with her Aunt Lucy Sales Fruit has been ida laged to 10caHtybutwethink good crop of apples andgrapes 2iSniIC is a jretty hard thing to accomplibh whenyour Wue hillou and out of sorts There s8 sure cure for all kinds of istomacb and liver com pilints constipation and dyspepsia Baliard erbine S1tld yet absd lutely effective in all cases ldQYthS HarcIinV Chapel Mr Oosepli Hardin has Teturn ed to L ulsvlIle after a pleasant visifto Mr Hartford Lpgsijon LogsdnspentHday S Fenwick Mrs Marion Sweeney spent several da s last week with M s Nellie LOgsdon and family Mrs H S Litsey spent soy Mens y r Boys Hats both felt J Mens Shoes i Boys Shoes v 50c to 150 j 50c to 150 in all short knee drawers Gloves I Bros eral days f1lat week wth het Ms Jqhh BirMr and5 Mrs leorge Fen wictf arid MrJund Ms Stanley Fenwick were thc gtieskst pf n fauiily Si1tdy GVV bi uplrt a colt from Mrs George Anderson and fort JO Miss Ma tie L rsJ6V spent Frtclay night withlMrs HS Fenwick rt Lost a pold pin between nfy home and Pleasant Run Sunda Mdy the 9th It 3s in the shape of iai fdur leaf plover with several whirl sets in three person who finds this wilt pleases reliirnto Miss Jbelj Fenwick j M your town spent several 4 ys last w With his son Mr Will Barker ekl 1 his plce Miss Susie Feriwick is friends and relaiives i apois Indiana this Mr Joe Hardin has returned to Louisville after severdl days last week wiilv his brother Mr M B Hardin QW F nwick solda bunch of fat hogs to case and Brad y receiving 6 85 p hundred Mrs John Brewer arid son Sunday niiht with H S Litsey and family Mrs Austin Clark aqd family spent Suqdasv with ll0 ward Masters and family Many weak nervous men haymow been restOred to health by QlcJ Kidney Remedy as It sttraulates the kiduey so they wilt eliminate ihe waste mttterVfroti the blood ItnV uiiticfl depress the nerves causinfr nervous eeha tt6n and othrdiI meuts Gori ntenc s today and you wI1Iooi beveiIt Pieaftnrit to takes c5 Sf JQVkypu8 Offense v lfXo sIrC vaid Plcddiiig Pete i would JJJlttqiij thiotler minute to taU to domlolks Deypassed m out ntt ort an uglj word4 H o ttVorkVihIngton t Natufally It was yorj romantrcabout trvnrid Mrs Smith no proposed to her an thecalicr Yes replied the 1 tiudcrstntid iio hps been u in the air iyer sIncoChIe Post t One Point Settled They saythe new Mrs Bangs isa try rood plain jdook il jddnt know atKtUt the excellence if the sooScery but ah j ltflOustout Post Her Right t Gladys So youve sent Herbert aboutt his business have you Maybelle ies lint I have since vusel on him Chicago i Tribune t tQne morning wlun little Ednas jhamliia rnijio clown lo breakfast she j IV84 so li nrse sht could scarcely fJ4I1 niatKpi tttj K fia what n IctC1tf L I GRUND 1 I I Mens Apparel Clothing Clothing andshay 7jr IIMtisShirts grades OBryan Overalls dauglitor WPiwickand Fenwicfc daughter eavsThe JimBarkerof visiting inTudiati veelI spending Frankspent liIisIlIpPsays 1iostes55tiid IMspihln Constitutional thecrtecaII 4Ersve Ladies Apparel 4rLadiesLadies Skirts vv i v Misses Skirts M tt Ladies ShIrt Waists S Petticoats Sillc I ssatln1nd t RG Wii 7rf4Black Cat Hosiery J rtt Topsy Hosiery i Summer Underwear all kinds r 1Long1 t IDepartmentINotion you Depart wish f Jrving Bags 4 f L ALWAYS ON HAN0 4 1 4 tt fCarpets Mattings Rugs and Walllr Paper FROM THE CHEAPEST ToO THE BEST r IITIiiITtI i SS s 4r Ir 9I 1 r Ii tH JiE O i IIt Embroideries laces Wlite Goods and Washi Fabrics Foularci = ii1 M saline Silks Great Variety of Sheer Linen and Lilfmbi Suitings in White and Colors 36inii wide 15c to 75C jMercerized Suitings and Waistingsg 20e ta 5fc jS f 1 CLOTHING I 5 We are receiving constantly new styles Ii theIiyoung MensHart ffner Marx and Rosenwald Weils Suits and will make special prices during the entire I1 monthofMr fW t atellt if andOxblood1i- us f iI i c i 1 tT i t Is an old adage wbaty u The rst clock crude the one of today a cbronome Clocks and T1 Is the year round at my Store Myn stock m being export in sielect = To Sue i I i A SUNDAY STROLL This Recreation Was at One Time In Maths exact behavior de manded froia young people by those In Authority In tthe early days of the nine ttcblitlj century Is brought to notice In the biography of Peter Edes a pioneer printer In Maine Mr Edes had a uppentrlce James Orroek who enjoyed a wall otr Sunday aftera w6ek of h iloor IMr Eden soda toun lout flinf this was not permitted at Bangor and vrote to1t friend of the trouble caused him by his apprentices apparently Inno cent amusement uYou must know he rlt sfbt I less boys James was strolling Lund was ordered homp by the tyfhlng the next dajr and I should have been obliged 0 pay a fine halt not Judge Dutton pleaded In my behalf that I did not approve of such conduct and so got Ieaf Another interesting Incident hi con nectioR with life In Bangor at thIS time an advertisement which aIr pcared In Mr Edes paper the Bangor Weekly Register stating that EL k M n Edes have opened ft school the room over the Hcglsteh office for the Instructlon of young misses and small children In the useful and orna mental branches of education The terms were and plain work 17 cents per week writing English grammar the use of maps composition ornamental needlework 25 cents per week This was probably one oft first schools to MaIne for teaching youn ladles ex elusively In the branches of education iland also including plain Work and fan I I J ff NeW ithings in Mens4 Wo niens and jcIir hoes in f Tan a great of o reflects Is A Curious Stoy The queen of Uniiorcr nife at KJnjr Ernest Augustus of ntnover better kftowri ns tlKOuJi tf CuniWrlnnd son of Geowo IUx rtlfil nt nnnqv c about ISli of lib lIiswss which lmiied 4hc skill tto Us reel cause During ht r Illness a clalrvoy iHJt was conaulteii who vrdtP cortaln curious slfniSJaml v jrds on the door of her bedroom lml tUtJicMifrh tliosj Q mystic words um rrptlt ttd uvr anti over again the quwiKdWU The klnjr of Ilanovor jiCtcrb wifes death gave orders that hcJIIn ivmn sliooid nl wajn l Itt iii JU the qutHn would Uccp thiTO utnlsht Thtf lied was fumed re Bhakou hot Ynter the ditlntieat slippers laid lu reJtdtiiiQss for Ndtus Yet Thay Ntcdcd Ex rcj e Two men whow ociees wore on Ihp s CQl1d Uoor were oit the flrt floor waiting jfor tin oloIHprTAn nlti Impatiently they wnlled Youre not lodlrnrextrn wplisLoud sel renjrtjkcd tthe lawigr v No Rangler replied the jeal estato mnnwTl1IUk clj lj need the exerclpe j vCfMctOOJt still they vaItdortlie ciThvato- r1ansas City Times Ho Meatt Doilara Old CueJi bSlftI lu rbio quutry fli his bare Ji qcntM v lt Now JHl 1 Yth15tlOuL tt Wi tJIC got 1- IntlpcJ Ik1iw1L1fJ t1t1I1it h1 r1OVCIt l r Knew His Dad Teacher Povpfnl rf jwr i In nrlthmetl are xrr tlj ly didnt rnr sl rour r 55tL lu lrn y1J Tohnuy Cjij r Iw tI trtrouble thats tvhyvLtXw r T r h v r I 4 i r e s l Paper Thia is the season for Spring ckaijiiair INwillki s J w6 carr7 the otf Carts jugs Wall Paper wl Las Qu tainsjof any jusein and Ciirpf to We to iii iPapestyCarpetsS v Ingrain Carpets Wvw ISc to Tfc Hem t tffD1 rLtclce Curtaics i 24 ii IiinpleunJ3and 0tl Cloth U Iiij f 1li and sec before purcliasingyour foAH Spring fJIi 8iJ d7 Time Flies thoughI I4ter Childrens Variety Accurate Elegant Jewelry whatyotind JewelryS 1aMoney BilyFrollMe It Jas Jil Graves 1Unlawful cmplpymcBt dayIthemehompiaint Orthography aplywith needleworkI Stylesj ofhcrtZiorSf8 o41owulthcplllqws 1IIottlilnut1t herIIoiiie jjjinftniVthietlc 0twllltoUfr BREiTJl0BAI PUBIITIIBB C5rS Absolutely given Away ltNetlWI NlDlNTIRE SALEE SHOES fLcps1all rdrsetttbat Irei4nuek thsSAxminister rYefyet 7ridiCft and3ultanaI Cal but- fit1inakesricIAiErices Bu- y4FGUNNINGRM I1UNCAN 1 W = j J EYES 0 1 c rESTmp r 1 I 0 jj4 u315-J It r JEWELER ANDP Iql JOONEDELEN IRVjN wni8 t The Coppage Cafei n SN w Corner 7th Market LOUISVILlE KY 1 Home Phone 7765 Special Attcatfe is MaH Srdr Clilsisli CUII4 j We mu iJJa Speci11W41 tha f llowini braiMi i t Mattiniy Moore Sr3g Jti 4N1 BeUe of rilarion Spiiigt ifiEverglade Waihetf s cSfMtl907latP llasol handle Sattinjly 4 Moe 4IFItl Vilow nnt b hft l i Apple randytIdackbwy Wise r j r 4Wi444- w 1 it InSI f 41 IIMcQABE tf CUMMINS- I ttj DEALEnBJN x il i11jJ tKentuckyy Whiskies iurSpSi t l I iwf eY rro A ls M yeuiMj at225to4OOperd PI rfQd tS flfu tCiuztuclctl fihld from ourjnds J V gtf We as carry in ttJ kf Pure CkfJetrn and jgrqfc fjwi eil gMfn 5WilItC COrfl wiskey peral Ii u ri Z Pure applebrndyraL t 0f J AddessiloreWi1l t i 21 I IMi CABI3 aU + usf 325 West Market S tot1JSYJLLE leY I14 t DR G i T BURTON ceaOI8tOW116T TEETh ExYftACTEflI 1sI aIap- I 1 PRIHGF1BLD JCY ML iwWotklknctl y fTrF fJCMUDL F f i IIJIIIIII M ii t baogamt 1t2pmbMJ oaov c Hy4oca Drugstore f ttjJI h- YMDi i = 1 i Jt Xj f BC 3 Y ff lliN 6t WFOR1BY TdlqfUtYATLAW rwIiak 1 ter1zLD 1Y iJt T r a m HYATT L i ps qier Bed Croea lDru2I ee hours Ey tt l te J2 rm 4 t fr ptDf l 1NyUAly mm 7 lyv lltEmDEMBllMfR a E t4dm6nEL1lnc l U r ri jo irliV tbt Bit FliOTJR ch kyottr grPcierfor su r1rJ JWlngton 2O- 1 Q M i iii png1IId ChoIce J iyeP 4 t 4a1ac ured by 1 rtf Ft jErbeCo f We psy hihet marked 1 i 1 rVi d f FtrJMTM FsIIthln1tvetdb otL dest wut S 4p W i8coatej Tak Latss Pills Ty tb JfNr work fid enmso MwIIIII smipt1on bUioU8tlatifckii r ii aIl nU 0ay 1tnmbtak iiMMple frM on requestle j Dsu ctoty25CentsJ q kto4 W MMt f UMCM 1Io- r 84 Ii pngfieF rt by J i v Hmydoa Jt Robertson f Ml v jjr e ItW i eX1IIIU how those pessl pjMtic crjwrt who arc aceitatbmed tojw4Mtb uithr cbrrd with tthe loudn 4eail ea en fAll 6 see Jill about them aSr th 1pic11nrl fA new diy 11a the ocUl yeast Anti especially Is Uilg f Int fa nwftprs iertahlng crime gnerathIa4M i e sdM f iIIfi 2cowiclnys- iiittt 9i am st anything and gett arj r t esptby or the tpec1I lady wrlttrUi therxjwrts Mi hrotherfo tCn jay that all this tt Ilotttt iW fi ipf Ute until crime has been d 3iIk prfetlriNltelLle fJt i a fi v Air SA V 4t aaeetIus g of the French There t tvP 5 iJc l octetr M Laiimonler showed ttaii tk tUerapeutlc effect of sea air viiiKthe oast is quite different from T fr t tile lH 1isel e 4wenty jor tJ V ttrtn1ka ut On the coast tbeet fit HweVt toward excitement flfl1 con eiklbtBd moreover Is irregular In iii Kiaofl Out at jpeaIt Is tonic and g iiifstetinjr and In addition the patient iI getsf fliife aregular life anti n cpntln b ebtith ef pwre air These advan J tRrC Mot o patent on 1 dJreJlIflitpra on Account of the vlbraflon and c t ijke swell from thq engines l ton a lIallfH jBilp they are evident 1 r i f t t TE8J Cream Vflrmifuge THE WWITEEI j WORMYr I Jr iwi FAYO1TEJTOWIC l IIxI tu ntC IM lInrtL asflM4ow Liniment Co 1 9UIMO rREO CROSS DRUG STORE Sft Tt = A KILL COUQH t 4Iu CURB TO LUNQS I il r mH JIrIi1I I r DiscoverjI t iii1 I r j U i I TOW IjriIfuu mWN Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest A1IA bMtJfwr irr Friends I1 ami Acquaintance jJ tl h tlatS S Stltl i M Ht LEACHMAN Try one pound pf my best tea 3Cfrorth iat PJ 1l hoUillSJ uKgies and wagons for sal- eyAM Jmbalt Rare bargains in millinery atf t11mlj I FOB SALE A V few cboce ybung Southdown bucks J A SALKER FOiNPo c nlcerooms1 Ov foergrocerythIit BuRNsB t Try a t air Jamiltonprqwns t Es eShoesand yon want 110J other atP J ThomasJI h Say Does you buggy need painting Call On A C Kim ball at tfie ol A Casey shop t hiMatrsagyesterday to William Merritt Holt and Fannie Hardin Try a sjiLxnplg ofour CoffeeI Its fneyou vlltJikeit r P J Thomas 1Y1 anaiuphJiHThe ladies of the Presbyterian nourciwilltippeatthe ththt eL Di3aker i armmgiStJKlland ir old Jack Mtgoineryw a rinceat Red Bird st ckjarrpv For Brown Poubleshovtl l plows Five Plow Cultivator Disc Harrow Tobacco Setter- SAmerican FenceCp Call on AG kiMBALL A ball game will be played at High School Park today between e Bloomfield team and the pringfield npys thcallofheJ Highest priced hats5fort thee as money Big reduction m the prices of millinery at Mrs Williams La dies trimmed hats from 150 t pSel t Henrletta CaJhOun tof color aE notoi ious Police Court character as tried before Judge iNoe Tuesday on a charge of usinth buslveand insulting 1tnguagp acquitted wSaarColemananpeeled colored man who jot tnerly liytd in Springfield died Shej r burial Sunday I Hal Edelen colored was tried before Judge Li tsey Tuesday on charge of permitting his stock to iun atlarge3in precinct No 10 in which the stock law is in force The trial resulted In the defendants acquittali eIwhiteeIl Owiir- nay have same by proving properky iind paying pasture and expense JAMES L MORAN Mr Jas McElroy and H R Thompson have returned frbta Deuison Texas alter a trip Of severall weeks They are very eutbusiustic over their trip Wtiile there they jcined a coo 70000Icresot S M Canapbell reports countyr JabtjMonqj jwith y a o f stock on hand He following tales Seven yearlinji steers at 23 5C per IcowI and calf at 30 1 cow and calf 3750 1 bay mare ab 105 one Oidiareat3 Marriage license was issuedJ thisveeki to Mr Arthur CfcH attdMiss Ida Johnston The marriage will be solemnized by Father Pieters at fanton May JtSth Mr Cecil is a prominenu and industrious young mltn ai d Miss Johnst jn is a daughter of Mr Jaqk Johns too and a popu lar JOUTU lady They willi TOPICS 1 t MM hooae iin Nelson tlmaktheir Miss WillieKnOlt is in Louis viJetodaV purchasing new mlf b1userepletewith sbapesandreaclv to wears The Old IBaptist Church has beanrecently sold for 11800 to iMr George J Begemen who will J VMliii possesdntime thftiie r cnurcb is expected iobe completed Wade Hardin is a candidate r reelection as constable in e VVillisburff district Mr ardin is a man who possesses the ability to fill the office in a most latisfafctory manner rHis past service in the dffice lis a con siderable recommendation for- mhi to the people of his district In the discharge of all the du- esti oIthOffide he has proven- ineIt1to bea jvery efficient official 1 The OutierJiurnaI of Tues day contained the following maderesterdyW Ballard Clerk of the Cir ft Court in Jefferson vi tie that Benjamin C Smith a teamster d Miss Ellen Waters ateJe one operator both ol Louisville bad been married by Dr W IE Sheets on Saturday after on The bridegroom is afna ve of Louisville and will rjcjr e foe of 2 Ion July 3 His In accOmpaqieiithepatran r bis ion to wed The bride is native pf Springfield Ky and AujgustJr Waters a revenue agent at Hunters Station Ky Miss Waters Ts well knowh 101 fiald where she liV duLtill a few y ars ago New Baptist Church lastSuIBaPt4stcburpbabusinJ e CommitteecmposedRev B reportdtOthechurchthat byMUiSvftJeJudelykDo j tects in the country After a fullJjscussioripf the plans tbei Church voted unanimously and nthusIastically for the adoption f the report of the committee and instructing themvtp press ework aerdingto proposed planL u The building whenVPmpletei il4bestrictly rriotiern in every Ieeth ext acfed with put PAIN DANQIill Nct harges when plates are Van ted Abb WORK J Done in this office Is firstclass IS in every respect and just as ad cvl g WYSTALLARDDJS S i I Springfield Ky I particular and will cost approxi mately 18000 The j vaiue of so magnificent a building to a townt I like Springfield can hardly be estimated for there is nothing that so wejll attests the generosity i of a people of a community as ihe splendor of their bouses of worship One of Jibe 1rstcon siderations which prompt per sons to move to a town and enhances the value of its property is that churches are convenient The new church will bt cen trally located ita beautiful part of ihecity on the Dr DO MainIorossand own Lumber for Sale v J We have for s le about 65000 feet of seasoned Poplarand Oak framing lumber at Fredericks town PRICE SMITH Springfield Kya Drowned in Rolling Fork Lebanon Ky May 11 Charlie Gilliam aped about 45 ye rsaResident of tinley was drowned while attempting to cross the Rolling Fork below Calvary yesterday He left Ijome in the morning and wnS not expected back until this aft rIVOna d his familYdi not know of his tragic fate until this afternoon when his body Was found floating ih the river by a party of Lebanon fishermen Mr Gilliam waSf driving 1na bbckoardat the tUne of the ac ciaenk The horse was drowned and the vehicle torn to piecesi A heavy rainfeIl Spnday nightt and this caused the stream to be Dirf ir1g when the unfor tunate mall attempted to crosst it He is survived by a wife an fvtfr children thLvubliaT0 tTin roofing ttinandre pairingitj 4p repair our ranges ad rurnish castings Reaspnable pries IJOjGe1LE1N- Ala gelnunierof people olt this county re in Louisville this week attending the Soutli erd Baptist Sunday Schooll Con veption Tie best refrigerators lor the least money at Leachman andl Campbeils 1 SPECIALLY PRICE I I 1IGroceriest j I lIF0F i Saturday OFFEB May15- L FOR OASHnice Lemons for 1 15 best lOc Tomaltojjs jt 25 IIdozenbestlOePeasI tii 25 jjest ISciPuiaipliiin iv J 25 10 c Oysters JL Ly tA 25 ftf il SO1d r s Rlltt 25 1 box Star Naptha Washing Powder 04 3 cakes Tdr Soap i 10 6 bars Big Deal 0 Red Wrapper So luZZ i 25 7 bars Lenox Soaps V 25 2PdcltaJes5c Tea Q5 3 cakes Gernian Swt et Chocolate lY4 j 1 r 10 Ij cake 25c Bakers Chocolate V V 20 lbs Grahulated Sugar q u 1 CO j1Fboxs Jellq ift i A r 15 AWyatidottei I C1Jiier and Cleanser Will make housecleaning and many other ihousehoid mmendedland guaranteed Take a sact h sine tse all of it band Inot perfectly satisfactory and all that ii c1trimed for it bring us the empty sack and we will refund your money TRY ONE LMcELROY SHAnERI iiii I s wIPE N L MtsNaieTQagspnvSur I diY in Bardstb n J J r V vii Miss Nellie Simois who 1a b eaatleudiqg S hQrat NazU r retblis speridinp afew days her parents here iifr J J McCahe of Lpuisi Jvilla spent Sunday and MOt day with biB family SMrsMargartBettis fiai has returned lifter a visit of about three months to her 1ec Ghpscheir of Ft Scott RangasI and to hE sister Mrs Booker of Little Rock Arkansas Dr GoT Burton will leave nexrMonday May 17 to attend tiCrabi1aweekMiss Mary Teresa Talbot has returned to her home at Bards town after ayisit to MissBef thaH f MrsJf lonD Rodman s visited Mrs I last week Mr George Austin of Leban on visited Mr and Mrs H P cChord the week nd1 Mrs I H Thurmanand Mrs E S Mays Jr spent Thursday in LouisVillOi Mri and Mrs Robert Graham of Louisville visited his mother Mrs Bsttie Graham last week Mrs Green Hayes of Chaplin was in tow n Monday Miss Nellie Andrews and Mrs Carroll Allen of Bldomfield spent Monday in torn Mrs McUlaskey of BlooaJ field visited her sister s tMrV Durrett thisw elr Mr Richard Wathen 7of Bard tovnJun ion is the guest of relations here Miss Eva and Virginia Royalty l and Messrs Will Selecman and Walter Royalty spent Sat urday and Sunday In Harrods burg f Richard Wathen of Leb non was in town last week1 Joe Wvcotf of Mackville spent Sunday here Rev PF Hennessy is visit lug relations in Baltimore Md Jphnson Mattingly of J3ards twii was in town Wednesday Misses Grace and Elsie Hyatt of Kansas City oate viniting Mr Jus Barker and idmily Mr R L Moors representing the Citizens Life Jusiirancs Co offjLouisvjllQ isiin townrr Mrs J R Claybrooke and Mrs0 L prady arein Louis vilte tcday Miss Laura Butler of New Hope Am and Misses Louela and Pearl Butler of Scottsljoro Ala will arrive Saturday for aj twO weeks visit to Mr hind Mrs ii CIa br oke Mr W C McChord was in Lopisville yesterday Mr John I Claybrooke Slat Pure Food Inspector spent part pf last week WIth his parents Mr and Mrs J FL Claybrooke Miss Lucy Selecman is in Louisville this week Rev W H Williams was called to MuldraughKy Tues day for the funeral of a little hiIina church in which hie was formerly pastor Mr J H McClure at funi ly have ret nrned from a visit to fllgh GroveKy i Mr WC McQhord attended the sale of the personal proper ty of Mrs Cecelia Barber aVi Bardstown Monday Mrs John Offutt returned to Bloomtleld Friday after a visit to hor parents Mr and Mrs Jj- R Claybrojke MrsMtry Wiefseo and daugh ter An a B unche of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Wt E Oachmati t Misses May me and Virginia Lisle of Lebanon and Mr and MI Ed wards Tf Barrbdsburg were visitors in town Tursday Mrs S G McGill and SOTS R Iph visited her father at Fairfield last week Mr J1 WS Clemeptsof Lou isville spent Sunday wiih his mother Mias Burnett Ray and Mr James Wayne of Lebanon were in town Sunday MrJ W Lewis waa in lioufgs ville Tuesday Mr Will Robertson has rert turned from Partis Ky ItMissest JAlma Spilding and Miss Byrde telly of Lebanon were in bprin Geld Tuesday Mrs Viller of New Hope Ky has returned to her homaf ef a visit to her daughjter Mrs W F rusty l 1I Mrs EL Bv Bustor is tit guest of friends n fcardslown Jesse J Rapier pf Bardstowc was here Sunday v s Sam SpaloliDg bf Lebanon itai intownFriqayJohCSbaderJrjs i at homev from Sft Miirjr s College with bis parents Ihiis week Miss Bertha Paydbn and gUt MisMary Tresa Talbot pf Ba ds town spa Thursday in Leban on with Miss Ctherine Spald m g Jj I G Kay G olin of Lebanon spent Thur8dayhere Miss Minn ie Blandford has returned home after a visit to rel aiibns in Louisville ti1Georee Mann oil Bardstown i1 spent Sunday with friends here Mr W Ho McCauley and wife have returned to Springfield Mr James Garothers and wife of Bardstown visited Mr and Mrs T D1appsun4ay tt Mrs Jackson pLd daughter Mabell of iShirley Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs Grin stead Mrs Fred Manget has returned to her iioms at Louisville after a yiait to her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis V Mrs Pius Whan nandchIl dren have returned to her norm at BardstoWu after a visit to her parents TMtand Mrs B F Simms Mr S iL CafiipbelT f and wiv6 are inLouisylllethiB weetf Mrs Campbell is attending the Baptist Sunday School Convention and Mr Campbell is buying goods Beware oft Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury- as raercary wHl surely Destroy the sense of xniell and completely de range th whole system when enter- Ing it through the mucous surfaces Such articles sKimld never be usec except on prescriptions from fepii table physicians from reputable phy sfcialians as the damage they will yducanpossiblyderlve Catarrh Core manufa tured by F J Cheney Co Toledol O contains nomercury and Is taken internally actirifr directly upon tjie blood and mucuous surfaces of the system Jn bujIpffHalla Catarrh Cure be 6ure you get the genuine It is take ini ternally and made in 1 oledo Ohio bV FJ Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 7Sc pnr bottle TkUa1la Family PJlls for con stipation z CAM YQU SPELL Test Your Ability jfy Writing This Jumble From Dictation It Is sonyj tint ap since spelling bees were popular forms of entertain ment in this country but stllJonO casionally cbmes ncrcss The crT SUe perior person who tells you he can easily spell any word ever Tinted In a dictionary if ever jou meet this type of man jugt ask somebody to dictate the following Jumble td him and see how many mlstakes lie will make Antlnous a disappointed desiccated physicist was peellpg potatoes In an embarrassing and harassing way His idiosyncrasy and prilege was to eat mayonnaise and raussis while staring at the Pleiades and selling pe9pIes tricycles and velocipedes He was an erring teetotaler and had boon qn a picayune Jamboree He rode palfrey stallion and carried a salable papier raacfre bouquet of asters phlox mullein chrysanthemums rhododendrons fuchsias and nasturtiums He wore a sibyls resplendent tur quolse paraphernalia an ormolu yash mak and astrakhan tfbaparojos He drank cryatalllzable and disagreeable curaca6 Juleps througha sieve He stole some moneys and bid them under a peddlers mahogany bedstead tmd mattress Like a fiend In an ecstasy of gay- ety I rushed nIter him Into the maelstrom or melee and held him as In a Vise I could not feiaze hlrn however and he addressed me with autocracy In the following Imbecile words which sounded like soliloquy oj a supersed trig paean on an oboe You nrp a rata ble Inuamoth n salaaming vizier an equinoctial coryphee and an Isosqelea daguerreotype New York Mall That English Complexion The complexions of the English have often been exploited for our benefit Tbe damp climate and the exorcist out of doors produce the red they say But on examination It proves to be not the red of the rose but the redo r raw beef and often streaky and fibrous at tbnt The features are large amt the face high coIored bit it Is delicate pink It Is a coarse roiL At a distance the effect is charming bright refreshing but close to oft n tII npleasant Here the features of th Avomeneven the features of the beau tiful women are molded while the features of our beautiful American women are chiseled Scribners The Other t1aifI Royal Marine engaged In coaling ship When l Joined the dorps the t sergeant e sea to me 1ltanrf sol dlern an art yttchtlnV e sea I pose this is the loomIDra London PUnch SUII Mill TneT IForetsto that something lighten the loads of the postmen HeWell you know dear I do sl1Ican to HgbteQ eml YonkersSt te mnJiJpoma Why do ypu Insist on underrating the kind of golf you play 101clalwhole Tot of people Jealous and antagiy ntellc over a little thIns like golf Exchange 91 rX ITffE I IIt I H ltMakesG 5pJflyI f l d i 7 iN1 d Jf I 9tf 1 9 g G I IIi j I Our spring ahowTng of i Jv I UI1 i f Waists Mus1InUn i I deweatr SilkJ Petticoats Wf ro t f I tandI I 2jIj r J IIandChi1drejsFootear I See the nai thing jnCQrsktHoLI siery GIve Neckwear Beltg 1rand Bagsetc 0 t IoIftlliIC1aybnokC J V c e 1 i CO qrAt fe i ifsf1 lor c ta 4ic44 t 1 J f Buy GGood yODtootlDBS L f That k tne only IjMMl ft bs fwH tI tXOUf plC for I fe M s 1ye on the frMlimMfr gptiilr WqualIty of our 4ri r k J L f o I l FruitsCandiesandOates jSl 1S r IJ jti2 rr4 FreshBreadBaksdDaily i i i2 I X77 y AtoursocIafoW ioftI pr d att Itim I 4 ct drJMks ic ofC Ht Jto y1J 7tr Iilate etctry 4 6or t8 We serve MeaU in the t pe i I gopd old homestyle = r tZ i Jjt jr tkt llertteins ConfecteryTrt B ATtE IERTLEmJY t efF4 iI J I qiN- OW e IsleIS e lime i I a TOBUY w r IFLYSCREENIF I We can furnfsh you all kindt aW widths ndataJ rices L I AfuI11inef tti 1 j s i r I t J r FrirsII 1 ALL GUARANTEED I IIcI Bilhlders Hardure J t IA SPECIALTY j II RoofinfiHand repairing I Piurnbinff rarc1iStearn Fitgstanytime Maki rtore l head I quarters L j tU atoB6tt I J i MDirercoiE wkami sad 1dir 0 2I 7W w w FwrfI je er l Ineefreet f L fItI Kl o s o iottleil M MM4 iki lest dMhs b6 bf boot jr through be heart i E d wwWuir ten 1tf ilIr aQ f J l Mt 7 Go ob4a Spectator tfc ttbeea fo cILWIKe lOtrl tljv yeare ha pae4 awt7- rttl fI i1ihr jr1t ER tlnC h ita6t J y Adair Uoeatir sad lbs two lidaMcJ f 1a4 in j JhMIJ f otAti41vv ft M Lom for iOeaJ M ICentacir Stock YwtU in 1Lvtils 1d ol Pika coan U W1LBiIItWfdOfPikooiy oeof I at tb Woodv tZ isfi bjr th as annsoetI Lo the ipH 1y ys O On- V l airaai kr8obBr4aayf1 fron the 4 tory e t6 Kriy Time j t Xf rtS7 JWMftiaint ihoiLIer1tltti f romuIby UM eod of t barr r 1 ire whka hi fell upon the J1l tb tJlf csieing the to d4rt1D t4 1t a Wrq MtiQwoiia rh 4 8y s at4ded y DrS Ao a GreBerclstowri i p V William seward Taft Jthe irat lady of the land ii r7 bvItIMT appMruee aod natural ani 1 motion wOW not indicate that 1i f iL h it pMtioaately road stmiu T utytil 4 k MrtaralljT dom c Mtoiardaat tof ibec nus f teA and bikes poV herself r f bnc comment or Miiaiob ti emtire reeyuiitibility of her pMitiMi Toreiiere the Rrei jfttelOf tIomeeUoOIrandlQ iA M JustaenasIIstoheth4 I iIt ainWraU I1 ip4liit4tM t4efr weekofl1 t t btvbeJikU kbe ic a4 oompeteat Jbe lli 1ejdr asiU her biMbaod rth diUss to which be has I l RUedlbj the nation The aaaksr ff I After a oble service Of ii it7twO yearr d ration as tw rolbrw lLngusi p l1 tiePsybera Theological l vF geyjory tr eiireuoe K l Crtwtbrd j ofeeeor in the 2 zii l tQld TMameE2t Exege r aie yeaferter retired from the 4 v IfeHj fill lbs ifledtitibn with 4 oh be has been oonBected in t a Fosloent capacity for more UNWI a More of yejirs hJtO P1lQlocical in t i 1L hI Mire South Wft- t b jjli 1rt Dr Craw JlIstd ThaQngbo4I his sefyjoe yltrz i h eit1 t ilJor t e Bw 1ansgeL Jj i oo eiiered one of thp J t aiv aajiorltiee in that lad ki Jnlticl r jkiof the eouttry rDr Crawford has not Yftd eciJd ic jge4 tiaitvij cencernBif his fitun z bM iIs COBautKi11 tk 4 ct ac a ir andI jj jN441 p4sibAy im business ktIL iIYiIS5 j t- ivvt t sT Av t ft welMiM s thrI I J t l rJIk ques i Wasaid y tlL bt r te are hi seps s wbo D ta Hole 41 tybeesuMetdtmdIcov trt 4 t ttf tttl9 o t f t as FOIs OstIwL Mid ke t1 ktig at a It uwa 4a y rtbaaq e ettJlM1 I bare given1 FAt dfllcttijt isbject ray thoeghtftil lItflratlG t hare Se to the jeoijchwton tlaat wb Anliwjw way chosen J t of JeoUaM 00 I tftMI deiid the M1 wlio ad f tbe IsYH Ud li4 A t f 1 JAIc4- iftM tN Stilto I jwnt fiJWr ikL5W dIdRt iad It A w M Wa g 1trffSW a s sit ft eng 9 it tfMt lb isMLoi 1 iIi 1 = 7rattt1ezt pIipbr ef folly T p 5 M07 uSp rare or Ji fefeter fellow w t b abrsd for tIM r t ti i 1rfIftss 4Jjefe tftfe Htt nre the iMttoy ntJlrrfjJ r r I WW17ursss41w I r k bs th IIS w IthPbs r1t Trirtnri 4i441Wl The Goo hc Iff W4Bk By VIRGINIA 1LA1R cHrle M88 117i aoci Literary Preps mtWu cott ltie itorS jwforta aaH Mkl Mkw CjBtkk 1 Jfeai rW ctdly If sW hril cement any otb UWB tqe tBtertaiafdtreXJeCt Ifte IrnjO4Cyataki cWind Iru mirror decldtxl Wf CM kVe1eN5s gciri HUH witk tbegirki But there vuu t iJe amy men Utl Qonstantia tl1ft eXtwItkout men XoBSeMe wld Mss Cynthia gbelf kave tetgKen she cornea to Eli too Male talked the situation over lIter jYouKishorft the gammer I went with the Merrill and I had lovely clothes aad ire uveaat the best hotete anddkllevecythlag rnthe most wasLhave all the advantages and that my o utlgwlUiI the Merrills was Just elri lAMWell treat before they went abroad Coasjjintla cant under Maid wfclt life at Hilton Island she wfliexpicta gay time IWen lti an jfi wind that blows nobody say good caSd Serena sentea tlom ly Perhaps she will liven us up a kit Coftstantla could liven up a nun irtry ilazje told her hut Hlltorf Is JteeleM4 Letters coming jrom Constantla told of ker preparations She tsjpttinrteti t pretty clothes Xazfe reported to SerenaV and where LI ike goth to wear itdtm T ntSerea true to her name would aot worry She will delight our eyes wltk them she said I havent seen aa ap to date gown for so long that Id rather gaze on It than on a Reim brandtSr The day of Constahtlas arrival JJa put the big old fashioned house in order while Aunt Cynthia baked de tectable things Serena Sears came In the afternoon If Con tantla hasnt the go d1nste to enjoy this lovely oldroomand Aunt Cynthias tea and muffins and cocoa nit cake sbe4 benighted Individual said she Buf think of Constantfa trailing pile blue broadcloth on this old rugj Wailed Mazle- Maxle walked to the station but she brought Constantla back In the Oily cab the town afforded It was skakby and ramshackle but the little thedriver45Ve kLutantlal Eating Is our only dIver itlon Coostantla dimpled ul thfqk Hilton is Sear she emphasized But after they bad driven a little Langleygle man since we left thei station There iren t any Marie Informed kec HI warnfed ronI told you In tay letters that Hilton was deadly 4pIL Oenstantla laugh rippled iOh you goo le she sad Uas If I caredl It will be a rest If the girls are nicea sort of bachelor girls paradise- Mazle nodded There Is nothing for- men to do In these Hampshire hills she a1duand except a few merchants and the minister and the doctor there trent any Well I wish Bobble Dwyer could bear that Constantla murmured Who Is Bobble Dwyer Marie d mandedv Bobble Constantia explained with elaborate and strangely earnest scor- nfW1a Is a lord of creation I vas engaged to him until one day he tried to dictate to me Then of course I broke It off arid told him there were so a oldWtshould live sfngle for he could never trust 3 woman again and then J told happiertHllIt Id find out and oh I wish you had beard usl Anti In spite pf the trag edy of her recital Constantia laughed IDPl1hMaztes face glowedWe will have a lovelytlme if you feel that way ske said t Just then the ramshackle cab round oldhousedow nnd the light shining behind tcandJe feasted her eyes Staliltlamade to her The next day ver onthCPIItmP Mazle told me were she said i her Id rather seety u jut you are better than n whole nrr gallery j And that afternoon n lot of girls ianie pretty anti flnttetiujr creatures who hung about Constintia admJrlnp 7 tlloyitThat night mrrp girls cnraev and In he afternoon thore was n girls tea ted at night a feminine galaxy came ver and sat nn und thp tirO and pop led corn and sang cDllepe songs When Con tanUn and Mazle went to aed thajt light the pretty guest re yolcerckedSeyeral Caya later Serena Sears gave a danceOf there wont be any men ondJfIUfCate crazy to see that white chiffon of jofcrsConstantla Btit when Constantia was arrayed In all her glory she surveyed herself tk0ghtfully In the mirror It seems a bit wasted she murmured Bobblo Always liked me In whjte The dance was 110t n great t jtfcked something and that stime thing CoMtantJa said equivocally wa Vt 1 Ii the days that followed the girls stilt uttered rind admired but Con teutk looked iat them wltlspeculnr 4iINItI pJtYjhe Faidover the en lIIp1 id iijbtSO lDliD1 ldveISr giTIs lbonM tot arry happteIuot ecpiwp for rae Constantla paid n m k r lot ysand Serena nnd Ihe tberqb je ought to meett nnro fty r d Ana an mar evening she wa- sreanyand4 before She went to bed fcenrrote a letter TjieiijBhI Tlann d to give a cotillon tIietOlelsii4 lettowx t T win have tb fa jors aid refresh jBfQti sent taut mtbec1ty she atdi Everybody here has been so kind that I want to be hostess before go jAunt Cynthia was Induced to con sent and the girls of Hilton got out their best gowns sWlrentbekostof assljitanls Aunt Cynthia sought C Iiu nt1i In a great ntatef excite ment You have ordered far too uch she said There was a faraway look In Con jhtantlasshe promised I But girls have such delicate appe lltesJ Aunt Cynthia protested fOh girls Const ntla murmured and drppped the subject toIg beautiful Jnjplnk and silver With her j yca like sta s that Mazie caught her brcntli nssb0 looked at her Constuutfrtr she cried What haf happened Just then from without came the honkhonk of a motor horn whlc With echoed by another and another and as Mazie flung open the door with the bevy of pretty girls behind her reelIc ar were a rn I dfant youths and tto the secbftd ear and In the third and the fourth so that In toImatch the twentyfour girls that eon stairttfc hod Invited ul told Bobble to bring them Con stantla said as she made the Introdjic lions and when they bad all danced away together She said to Bobble herIadoringly place at a danceSHow about husbands he demand ed very promptly and authoritatively fnnsfnn ffi dropped her lashes over jcapItoiu1atedbachelorhood Bobble denrn But It was Serena who summed things Up when three months later half a dozen engagements were announced in Hilton among them Ma zles and her own 1 told you the wind would blow some gootishe said fit blew Cupid Into Hilton with Constrain Tale of a Car Ti Jet There was a goodly proportion of young men In the Sixteenth street car when she trot In Itwasa car with seats running longwise so that the doubly blessed youths on the opposite side of the cnVk could gaze to their hearts content And gaze they dfl freightJan Its passengers her glorious brown eyes glanced serenely along the palpi biting line of masculinity opposite ns she tore a ticket from her strip and placed It between her rosebud lips while she repla ed the strip In her tiny purse Lucky ticket The enraptured young man nearestt the door would have parted with a live spot to possess that equivalent of tour and onesixth cents But hero coines the strongest part The con duclipr also noticed this most delecta ble resting place of miladys car tick et And the conductor was young and not half bad looking and the conductor was also smitten A ttoy hand reached up to the distracting mouth and removing the ticket handed it to the conductor It Is said that hi blushed Certain it is that hetook thc fare tenderly between two fingers nnT glanced ut It pensively Ttien and the young man nearest the door ready to swear to Itbe deposited carefully In an Inside pocket far removed from the storing place of all ornraon tickets And the question is P1ttsburiPress Jn a Perfume Factory Musk Is perhaps the most val allt and delightful of all perfnmes yet flu fefiner asvhe opens the musk podf must wear thick cloths over mouth and npstrlls so repulsive Is tlje odor that the pods emit Indeed this odor I inhaled for any length of tUne caujc nosebleed Civet karagulluc and am bergrls have In small quantities a de licious perfdme but in large quantitios they smell so abominable as to give the worker nausiwu The hawthorn blossom Is delicately sweet andi per turners prize It highly yet a roomful of hawthorn blossoms smells like n charnel house This too Is true of the tuberoserClAclnnnti Enquirer MAMMOTH MINERS The Experts Who Prospect and Dig For Prehistoric Creatures Mammoth miners are experts who know where to prospect for mam moths und bow to dig them out even as the mining engineer knows where to prospect for sliver and how to extract if Juthc west In Alaska and InSIlw ria mammoth miners are always at work They are always unearthing creatures that illed 100000 years ago Siberia was the mammntiiV tima flume Siberia lUOWQ years ago was lone luxuriant forest Here the fur covered beasts with their ten foot trurikrf and their fifteen foot stature reofrange berhriind the Arctic ocean and those low Jjjlng forests were Inundated All their anlmnl and vegetable llife was killed ITheroinia nniLena It was imbedded In ja vast cake of Ice The villagers melted the Ice tlfey feasted on the JOOOOOyenrold flesh and then they sold the tusks Only tire bones remained when Zlo tover of the Petersburg Imperial omI villagealter whereUstooke museumS thhorytodny Ihisamong the mammoth miners of our day A Hard On I1 j myletteryou asked me too liday house teashExaetlyMm Cincinnati i Enquirer L V lied Him ReYeatherasciIsb1ed me She Ble4jIm snrpdscd to bear yo ingt jI rig EeWho sais Its slangl They toolwl1fmy cfirulnHng medium 4Idnft the JBoston TronscrlDt a NEW SHORTSTQRIES Speaker Shijted i13 Quid Dr Hlidreth hj hl8 Memoirs qf the Earjy Settlers ot Ohio devotes a chap ter to Abraham Whlpple ufHhodc Is landl He was born n 1733 and was one of the first to tulto a hand In the Revolutionary war in 1TSO he was elected n representative to the le lsla ture from the town of Cranston The advocates ofthe paper moue- ystem were then In power and had chosen pthuiel Gorton a clumsy old innh for speaker Gorton was fn the habit of keeping a large quid of tobaCco in one jSide ofO isis raouth which pressed out one lIs cheeks Alost of the dbateskver5u- s the opposite sWe of the hall fron 1QonT eTn I hEft TOU that on which Commodore Vhlppl6tj sat and the speakers face was cow monly turned that way Once in the COOl ffof the debatIVlilpnlfe hntl cogitated a speech he waited for an opportunity tode tJver tltstoutOf patience he rose and cdfled Ir Speaker The speak er whose face was turned the otkor way did not hear him He raised bs voice to Its utmost Mr SpeakeriGorton started and turning to the commodore snldI hear you Thereupon Whlpple began I wish Mr Speaker you woulti shtYClur quid of tobacco from your starboard to your larboard jaw that U might give your head a cant this WPJV so that you could sometimes hear something from this side of the house Thbnjie went on with hip speech Strong on Caution Lieutenant Frank Laura the noted aeronaut was discussing the paper on mllkjiry aeronautics that lie had just rend before the PennsyfvKiIa JCatloua Guard assot tLnnt Harrsbnrg This Ktlrp snit Lie tenaui Lahm Is i lvjtiBt beginning to rt ceive from ne ary the attention ir deserves vil jjars ere long will bt fought In vulr but the mass of our Ggmcrs still remain In the matter lit aeronautics njs Ignorant nawell as the young grocer from thccouutry 4 young country chap once got a Job hf a city grocery He was very cautldus lu his nOSberthi They told him rttfhoine that tile cltt winLL would try o Josh him because he preen Hexlept a sharp lookout acctjidj Irigly for joshers A sober old maid cnteredJnegro cery ono nlOrnlng1 i wnntsomc bird seed please she said The new clerk sueered and an swered scornfully xoyoutIontIladyye cant josh mer Birds grows fromcsss fl- OseedsWnsbington t Star f SRoyaie but Coulpnt Rd When the Grand puke AlexIsof s 14Imposingwhich thor Russians went was on west for a buffalo hunt The hunt was held in South Djakotn nOd Colonel Hatch of tire arms was assigned to take the party In Charge Tind do the honors Russians except the Cossacks aro none too good wheirit comes to htirso mnnshlp and title Informatlon was cpnveyedrtp Colonel Hatch with tile request that some mild and gentle steedsbe procured for the visitors for tire liunt Hatcn dill the best lie could with the army jSoulnts and tine cava cadestarted front ihort RobinsonI The leaders rode slowly It was u long nod Imposing procession Justt as Hatch wits congratulating himselfr that everything was going nicely lil orderly rode prom the rear salut1 and said Beg pardon colonel Inn one cf them kings bas tell tft Sal nrdnj Evening Ivst Rheumatici Pains My mother sa great suf DrI1Hlesremedy that relieves her MRS G DAVENPORT N1Ii ThclIi also overcome that nervous irri ta jion which prevents sleep be cahse theysoothe the nerves Tp chronic suffers they are invalij able When taken as directed they relieve the distress and savathe weakening influence of pains which so frequently pros trates Many sufferers use them requireswith5tlie nQtyoti They do not derange the stomach not create a habit Why nob try them Geta pack age from youfr druggist Take jt according to directionsi and Sf it does not benefit he will return your money = 5SL2 h f n YIAIML1 A GRADEALL 4fiVERChfLSCNOM OF lIFE oSD lfAlQ11fUlSSOMSWRiTE JOW ADDREss BOWLING GREEN BUSINE5SUNIVRSITYPOSfTfONSJJOWLiN ff L rSp The Safestand buickesti Wayto i i Transfer Money Qj J Jt l hi fO BY IILOng jtanc Telephone I ForRatsappy to Looa1ManageS L 2 Xq Telephone Telegraph ColpaiiyyGimkrIafld l z rSOz011 t X O X Oo X OOOO X KDkKWCKXi 8 e iMtrII Chestnut Dare No 3290 Foaled 19OO This horse again showed his superiority over other f 1 il Stallions last year m his own class and ifa sweepstake classes defeating all the prpminent Stallions in the ad joining counties One of his winnings was fclOO sweep defeating eight entries of first class horses He ffstakhis colts also won the herdring Its becoming stale 1 that l one of his colts of five seasons luwe been defeated by the colts of any horse owned or It farmed in county Special rings of colts of other horses claimed by some tobe the best in the State have ben S t shown but notone of these have ever w6n a tie blue or t tred All familiar with his braeding knpw he has more ii- in i- l high priced colts already to his credit than any horse county and yet a young horse Chostnut Dare omii the blood of the Chester Dare and l hief Jamiiies IIbines sired by Chester 10 itt dam ty Red Chief 2d dam ack Hawk Chief 3d dam by ripkers Drennon 20 To Insure a Living Colt Ii Noble Denmark No 2MO v This haOleand handsomely bred cot willI serve a limited number of mares at I I 20 To Insure a Living ColK- He is sired by the great sliov horse and breeder High land Denmark 1st dam a State Fair winner by the cham pionship saddle horse Thornton Star 2d dam by the show I i stallion Art Rose by Artist and out of a Montrose mare Thisstallion iig not only well bred but a fine individual roving himself a winner last year as a twoyearold and also at a yearling He has great action for ayoungstbr agopd step and the making pf a great saddle stallion Considering the breeding qualities of both of his sire 1 and pam and his own fiinsh and conformation he is sure to rank among the best sa sire I Hackney B yHackney Boy is a sorrel 16 hands high ahorse of good conformntlonlar e flat bone and one oft the hack i colfsarealliiyon Moltke 2d dam by Yarick He will makQthe ae sor- tAt1OToInsureaLiviiigColii I again thank the breeders for tjir patronage and i adjoiningtred to either stallions or JACKS when traded off or parted with the season is positively due and iniustr be settled BB Leachmanj R F D 3 SpringfieldKy i Womans Friend temaIeaibandmorehavelittleyou tense1y you reliefCarduiwomenpreparedgredients It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE CARRUiF The Womans Toe33S rIfesCarduispring Iwas taken with tonodomyhouseworkAT ALL DRUG STOES t In jHerej Worn down dud those of tin law courts pnrss grown when doctors go afoot the bakers on horsebnck and the men of Iletters drlvu In their oww Carriages then the empire Is well sovoried Getting Ready FbrIljth Dearest wlmt did yout fathersay when you told ilitfi ilovemlyou He didnt sny nhi3th1ng Harold simply went over to the gmiiasium nnd arranged for a qursdbi boxing Jlessons Plttsburg wPrcss J JQrct 1I1 whry qre getting mnrrlod bat they ought to take ca hVthpr for rood as licll as for better or woreIlniladei- ihIa Record 21 I r Caws Milk For Foals Cows tnllM ofun n Pi with rdVnii lage llu ffcdlnjj foU jwys Orange JiuUJ farmer KonI xuiTfrtij front dteUur per tliru1pJ nlwuy wUv Wlll tnt sat tJsfactariiv nuly tbe nurtured ou cows iftllii Ti fh31 may hltJtugbLI to drink by puiiritiff It Upon tint gralft feed The yowji thlvjj wit clip utili teued feed ftteduy Upplng tint jwn soont learns tw lriuk tlitSfpnnitoil mlJtI To Ko nc Uifi UIers Ilte ttirM1 tiJrLrC1tQir ctnllwJ in ten tlIItH8 in lilscn mttuiti 4p Ills fun rnJieti UPi IrrInrtthr ISneLr lh s lhli duTsiphly wUJ1n1r pCrcetlteoIrt1sn rrrrhittirntiior ikJ tnr predu4 ilmr ni ctt ecery otb4tiy NrUiree or fcur tim DeWitts Kidaey aoei BlaiUeJ Fills r fS ff Est What 1 cJtt 10 I Yip want of the foo- dKodo1wil14it iftti You need a aufflctent aaapwit of foodwholesome fqod aod Borttban this you need to fully digest it use you cant gun fetrength nor can you strengthen your stowiefe if It Is weak ortleJtoU1Utt1IU1IntaIn5tr eWytent amount of food regularly rut this food must b digested H artt It must bfe digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do It y u must take aomethingftbat wili k help the stomach The prdp4t way to do Js to eat wityou want and Td IMol 41 gestthefoodS t otltlnre1H can do Wi Wtim the mChilWMkW Bteoe help you mUst bclf ItfaT fiTiaf It Mat and Eodol will eS that Our Guarantee Got y 1lljJPl t l Glt piiichsis a iOUaf bottle- S ItIliY1Wl1 elig j StMS Ws1 tgist will refund ye root U IS without qn delt we wlllps1thSvI oftWi bottle jBuralfeiHl fQi This oas MgflB to Uv dbottlefantHyLLiI t WI ooniSan 01st in1s we whetxc4elwmvjS Itwhekri rbetIilwMiUI M much at the ttty b Xeeoik ittJL C I WiU 0 j L c SOLD BY REDRODRUu STORE y h ii IiTII li I IN0TICEt I To Stockmen of1 waSbktgte Madjoining couftties f Red Bird Stock Finn 1 y- br better linown ss the Jim McEJroj jirlOlMwt ii i t frcmFair Grounds oi BaTditQrp t j l l mo BIRD fi i JI rakeerht the i greatWill tl lecotKebook5think that high but it is opt because you fcare asM westand so much better chance that wilt do away with eo mares i a J EDIGREESired by CabeUs JOe BroYIIJl t ebt Ca Jbell Lexington first sire second damiiollieC Ijy EJartic p Mr Pembleton of Elizab thtown tke tbe4 jttAr e ii ttie c state told me last fall that Red Bird wasfhtf heat W dMLte Mi i knowledge said he woUldso n have oJt b S 860 last year and perhaps at 75 thisseas Mi Wy ppli t of ftl the great blood arid what at repUtatttB be uv IIstpotat30 Bed Bird has the hljrbest price cnto eWi 30 ned Bird hac the highestpricd coluto nil fiiMJ tittit than any horse I can mention priccsraaIag fiftitft tltt If SS NOTtCEl i I Another horse and his colts won the pfd Ryqr last f Why Because there was nothing ese td coMJpete with I No not aone o hls colts have beenbeeb liitafbut he should have by this time soar show ftonie sibhorses to his credit in fiveyears Have Yoti antfT ifcoltssellinir for 200 from ihe tit brfn JMOtJetilM at trefoUr years old24o But RED BIRD ku Yt l antiMb t4them I f MokoPearl 4O34 j BjMOKO 4 1 V t 7ti The gteatTrQttisg Horse has a wfcr ot2 rll sbssii n J I ueln21Sf a beautiful bay 2 white feet Wa4iUII ifi Me 1s 16 bandS hilha r ftf V 1 dam LttlePearly HiUer Tkiaa fjIi onetrial2 0 ireef tPol t V Little Nad i r wJt 2dam IsoleneJ byIitOt3I J r ct Dam of t Irtf ft t Lit1e Pearl I2l S iv +I dUa 1 l i3 dam AhicLoranne f1ireof t h c i a i dnui1i4dam Rickaninriy hiyDwest SeefWsrs5danGentlenie by4M liit 1It 5Ss34SON1m 4 I Bouncing CanoughtII4mported IEngJjshackney a caiPtIM cb St esTe1V whltC teetLncl a nip 4s line seam actor ur 111e ougolgh lndfast Bestre i4lWe bebn get PEPIOREE Sired by MaryCatnoiikt J Sj d j Iil qarab Canoujrht 1453 V dlr ilSJ3ASON2O ii jk f7 q t NE SON RImported German Coach IgainNt kVh weisapolindswifh good acjion and steps rood Jiwit tM kiad Jor fajpe mares irs4 mule mares l PEDIOREENelson JI was bred fn Gtrmtatj W Oy Ak man ami t as foiled In 1900 He wui1iDpMttrl QlttpanDlo ofVntse i1I1and11refilltut4 tbe h Hanoverian and Olgenburc Coach HorieStudl1o1J11t f iiflre was rcd byGeuerl o971and his twt4 Piwat 3a d f SEI4SONIS f i D l f J BI4L G TheGreat U1Ji JiiCkvHc iWtfa i you nJ know him pod hafreJrearA f kim D1JiiliU sass 1 mules estCoterok eftfc y sem iftfln lr5to15 A2yearoldae1I I f5Se 77- STONEWALL We hay ouirht half intert ISssewet acttar IalSIitJJl fullts Mtedless for lII 4o try to ten uajtiut him fn j vi know hlat wella 1 4 TeU li the 0Q mules sQd byktrn5 Gentlemen lean say wiyt al tr Wl with me that we have twalaFth bsedIsgrJ try I notice when veanli f tae cs tM btler Cotit1BSWCli a 5 OUS 011 neck to M 1eIt asn will be glad toshow you our sto ck acytfp jwa come be glad tobttve oUs f I 1 i = fiMares traded or parted itk forhire- a4 corneR due at trifle of such transCtIon 5eeis paid Mares from a dlstaaet grudtentrusted wllircceie qwtr perIoan attstk b j for euts r etici fliiseasonTfianklnl ggaJI Jor laJi ear Pikie 1ad oe fh ifto I5reanasUZs lIjIIStXU71 1 ri T 17BL AKQ fci