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YIIswqss5fbtkiits i 1 t r r T ODIIIff 0 j t 1909LIPfCTIC- ALDENTIST FOLEYS iiB5ERVATIONSj 1 ONSF1TUTIONAL AMENDMENT A campign for the better met of Public Roads is on in KtfitwsV Curing the yearl Good Roads Conventions be1cliin various sections of1 tht tftte for thetourpose of dis ctUMinp ttbe roaa situation OoeI thing which has always retarded progreae in ameliorating the coaditions of our roads has been the lack of available funds and the inability of officials to pro yia way to secure the neces FarYfunds because of the re strictions under which they la bor imdef section of 157 of thettt nstitution whicl provides i that tie tar rate shallj not ex eed fifty centn the hundred I dollars For years the people t ivs teen trying to devise someI rninswherebjState aid could be had for public roads The members of the last legislature were importuned by petitions from people in many sections of the state to do something in this diredtion as a result of which n amendment was prppsoedb section 177 of the ion bl the State1 which will be i submitted to the voters of thV tate for their ratification or re jecticn at the coming election l ext fall This amendment es th provide that ths state will a pay any certain amount of lIon to any county for good road pujrpoefee in the first iinstance bich when seriously consider d does not appear equitable- incethe people in some coun S bave i more ardent desire improve their roads than have the people of others but the Btmendient th1Iiewealth may be given t pledged or loaued to xany county of the- Osirnonwealth for public road EtyE incur an indebtedness its ny amount fixed by the county not in excess of five per centum f the value of the taxable prop 4ty therein for puolic road pur tic b es in said coUnty provided said additional iLdebtedness is suomitted to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection jat a special election = held for said purpose in such anner as may be provided by raw Jdwben any inch indebtedness is lincurr d by any pounty said may levvin addition to he tax rate allowed under see tion 157 of the Constitution of Kentucky tan amount not ex ceeding twenty cents on the one hundred dollars of the assessed xof said county for the purpose of Paying tre interest said iindebtedness and pro viding a sinking fund for the payment of said indebtedness t voted this amendment it kill e observed will give the peo pIe of each county the right to vote anvagditional indebtedness they may desire for roaa pur gs provided i does not ex eed live per cent of the value of its taxable property This will give each covnty the opportuni 10 improve itS roads as it de sires so that the county that de sires good roads will have to pay the tix and the county which lesires poor roads will have no to pay for that purpose uo feature in particular which will recommend itself to the peo ie is that the indebtedness can- otbe incurred until it has been voted upon by the people This a much better way to obtaio tesense of the people upon a proposition ofthil kind than through their representatives because the proposition itself flU be the direct object of con sideration This amendment if tdopied will place in tbe band the people of each county the power to improve their roads as theydesire they alone pay for the improvement It chw amen dIeffect then the county court may iopoo ati indebtedness Tor a peClallIindebted tbenbondtlyitlbti wen y years with the privilege t pff paying after live years Then the county could ievya tax of twenty centsoii tho hun dred dollars for thjB Purpose of paying the interest atid is charging tnesebo dsHi V J t BASE BALL t summerfGreat American Natibnal game Baseball political matters and other matters which usually fill our great dailies are forced tjthe background and hey jjvjstas tell be for the first thing looked for in the paper by all parii ties from the tottering grhYJ boaded grandpa with his glass eso the tiny tot who as yewt scarcely koews how to splli8h- esporting page The game is distinctly an American game I And a great game it is affording pleasuie to spectators as well as o those who actively participate in the garnet Itiis one of the principai cnaracteriatic pf American nature to admire what ver o anif Sts skill or strength As as thleiic game baseball has no ejqual Not only hae the leading cities their teams but every ullage throughoutthe try habits ball team The all fever nas so permeated our institutions of Jlearningl that in the present day the collega that has no ball team is a back DumDi ber The game well deserves i receives5ffording exercls6 to the players and hartnless amusement to those who witness the games rSmashes all Records As an anr und laxative tonic ad w 5iealthbailder no other pills cau compare with Dr Kings Now Lift Pills They tone and rcKulaes ornach liver and kidneys purify e blood strengthen the nerves cure Constipation Dysoepsia JBil iini iousness Jaundice jEeadache Chile and Malaria Try tben 2Scat Hajr udpn lr rmploy Qualified Tpachef I The cheapest goods are5thet Jj most expensive and the most economical teachers in our pubst schools are the ones that byi their superior qualific tious ar13tIl erititled to the highest payI there is no higher or acred duty than tbat of building up those who in twenty or thirty years hence will bathe men and women of the country The most important work ever done for a child is that which is done for him nearest the beginning of life Too much care cannot be taken of the child in its early training Whether in the construction qf building of mind orf character the work put in at the i bottom is the determinative work and asserts itself clear through to the firiishi y The trusiewho thinks that any body cap teach the school ia hH district should resign and let some one take the pace who has sense enough to employ a qualified teacher The teacher who never goes to school in va cation is not qualified to tea1111t Unless a teacher keeps abreast of the times he ki certain to get l narutandhe is not flt1to start theboy or trl in schoolwork l A finer type oft genius is required ln th6 starting of a boys growth in school than Inffinishing his uni srerslty Jgrjwth One term tatfgbtby an incomfj petent teacher annot be over s 1goodyou have the uture of your country in your hands you cane ruin it by emplcyiDg an incom petent teacner and they are 3anylass certificatest and come well recommended Stand bv the children and you stancfby your country Em toY qualifie3 teachers or lloner lTbel school and can always get a place Don hire a teacher who ill not go to the summer norCmat t Dont lure one that piber dstrict will not have because T they are beap Qualified teachers employed ar school a few years show TeeI sults You can see an improve ents not only in 1the children If giilJ Wlllrjlruinj lDJStheDthoughtbeyto your children and your country Mr Trustee to a employ qualified teachersw OwtniDemocrat Dustand Germ Proof Beds Are a Necessity for a Hygenic bed room I This Samalr O B- edFREEI NO StRINGS TO IT t i 5The manufacturers of Sam tyE taire B dshave sent us oneol ty x their finest Beds with intruc x tions to give It to one of the W X ladies who visits our store durinff tif the Display Week There are noW fit X strings to thisoffritiisnt necessary to buy anything or to pbli f j gate yourself iin any way i Pyft titcall at our store during this display J- fl get a coupon fill it out arid 4 deposit it withus before the last 1day The contest will close at 330 on May 2gth If you are in 0in these beds we will beI t glad to tell you all about the + Sanitary Clulj we are organizingi You will not be asked to buy any fIt +4 thing unless you are interested t LEBANON From the F LOCALSj j Mr George H wealthy and widely known ci i zen of Camp ellsvill died Tuesday night of pneum He was the father of Mrs L Sandersof this county Mrs Martina Bick6tt ixi seven yeacs of age widow the late Nt Bickett died at her SaturdayInorning were conducted by Rev Fatheri eller at Raywick S ndayj mprnirife and interment was iin the burial ground id that town Mrs Bickeit is survived by ore son Mr Dan Biclu DrWE ttIiractedfor the erection of two one story brick store rooms on us lot immediately a tof the livery stable buildiog opposite the Hardestv Hotel and th J I work df removing the debris has commeaced Mrs HT Gartm of Bradc nigI1TUI bern left anke1I Dr C H Bateman was called land set the broken bone Mrs l a Gartin is resting comparatively lRfMlssMarv 0 Ballard and Mr L Corcoron vere married at1Chicago Tuesdrfy morning ReViJ F thrN Werner officiating The bride is an extremely popu far aiid attractive young lady the daughter of Mr Pius Bal lard of Dant The toom isoUnited SUites stor JeepeJc auger whose home is in Louis l yille where it is reported Mraand wife wilV re ideE hny nave many friends who li iki II wi for them success ana hap ll piness Mrs Florence Raney was a gianted an absnliite divorce t from William Raudy arid wa- ivii l the custodyof t elrwoh year old child She was given menttfor 5 per month for ed Upport of the cliiH and was re to her maiaen name rbf lorence Betrr a Tbe jury gave MrsN nnie b Powara ver int of3500 against The National Casket Company eindthashorse frighfened at an automi drivenbv More who was jbUei the ernployot the Casket pano Her contention was t MooceV negligence caused thje injury A motion for a new theapealedeeThe Christie and Veatch qnarantinet theoState Board of Health which has sthtythe disease known as glanders which has affected the stock on these farms has been premisesInwill be put to another mallein to ascertain if the disease is still prevalent I Everybody likely to have kidney and bladderftrouble In fact hearty everybody has some rouble of this kind That is the only reaaon why s backegroins scalding sensation uri nary disorders etc thats your kid neys The best thing to do is to get some of De Witts Kidney and blad er Pills thrht away Take them or a few days or a week or so and l ouwlli feel alright In this way n you will wardof dangerous and possibly serious ailments They are perfectly harmless ajid are not ooly hi qutcklyby their healing propertie Send your name to R C DtWitt Co Chlca ttooldhere by the Red crof5 Phaa Uncle VdJi Crenihaw Dead N is Mt Washington Ky May 13 J yrdmun Crepshaw who 8dhe time represented the Spen larBulLittdistrict iraturee j attbeage of ninetythree y ar8cc canie from his country home r riastSaurdayT Grensbaw and was seized with an attack shortly after bis rriyali t sinkingi steadily until iheend His oody was taken toIIc Nelson county for burial beside is wife inNiew Salem ce me Uncle VarLashe was teryla t wka one of the most unique characters who ever sat in tQeb1- Kentucky Legislature and the ttCh enemy of all appropriation ills He ran as an Indepen pri dendent agamst the Democratic nominee in his district about is ghteen ye iN 8 oandalpugh believed to have no chance in the Democratic strung lIb t SANlTAIRE BEDS Sell from 198 to 2500 Itl 3 If J l J I r l a iii U r RoYAL KINe I ITHe finest mot laMhd ojn trYarema4er1tIlRoyijIsbr tnf Powder Dot othenrim V fyuld defeated his opponent by over 600 Tnajority IJeci a Vard made his campaign bey ides muJJnd this llowly a F mal was 8elecred on the ballot I Kills to Stop the Fjind The worst fo for2 j irs of Job ieye of Qladwin Mich was a nw ing ulcer l1e paid doctors over 400 without benefit TkMT fenckr lenV Arnica Salve killed the lIce and cured him Cures PeverSores Boils Felons Eczem SUIt Rhea n Infallible for Piles Bwrs CutltCorns 25c at Haydon and rbeton Drugt re In Praise of Alfalfa 4 Where alfalfa rows the landI imt only ennchjrd but the grOw r aVwelL for it not only fills he soil with valuable plant food t but nay und pasture iti brings rge reins that crease- owner bank ac- ount Through its wonderfulIf oofr system alfalfa restorer en ches and improves rather that depletes ithe soil to the great benefit 2 of uthqr succeeVltng psIt makes poor land good nd good land better Thre is no other hay so good s alfalfa for all kinds of live ock and for horses and hoca Ii1fLiSnyauab1ettrat ay a soiling crop or as pas ture It ts the excelling hog pasture jand with hogs makes of the most profitable farm combinations An alfalta field sailtobe a bogsidea of iven t 5tiiiit As a feed stuff particularly le fy portions alfalfal Is es l in dust extra so rails will slip pat plumb 4 iri a variety offinshes harmonize bed omodern twin Any and explain r whole tad Ro Scalda as ttntfe haysi lyI WSaa baL IiTpi r wUM jHtZy wclover aa ft ita iPHM11 by as em tAMi hay im i harveeted wohM j urcspLgrtttr hsy elH ll Kentucky Farmer 2 ta iHfrI yerlileed a c tatflt4lL of B Hrl JjNewDIcelfot su1tfsf mrow fothersl opavimreil it k w kfW WwiEvery o e tJiltfik Xtiiwt 4 1f Relief la felt at ita v quick cure sarpriceff yt BrofchitU Astka1 rmO ertI7 IsI tjttie chestoclmiSf s JtpcetIasdIOO Trial AM GM b aramteed Hay4ana 4 M ts V iA good method prtfMpfc v v gapesis to plow OI apMki Jltt r 15 grpand d for jaiaijf chicks as early pOMtbte v ftlrilalctd has r surf act The line wUl de- iroy v ts worms r sIs a j l Dlwpraventatlys at Jh ways S gera L therefrs 3 hll4 ba ceaisISlj stirred by eitlMC apd iIIc plowing aftorl BMPC freely SOIM Jicsprinklad byar fore stirring aid NM I under all Home Journal 1 r I 1jj h t SanitaireBeds i guaraiiteed bJh for Teii Yearj y a ttL Greatest Display of Beds inKeotOk I l We have inaugurated the Greatest Beds ever shown m Central and our doors will be thrown the terested test vaIi Wednesday May t Continuing Until May 291OdiyiFor the of the public orour Dust and arm Proof Bedt I This great disPlay of Sanitaire Beds will surpass those the larger cities and such a display warnerer kflOWrtla a Iowa use State 1 J ii9 Wfc f Springfield therefore affording people of Washington and Tier sister counties opportunity to see all the latest ptttew fbetkirit mfef unheard prices Remember date May I continuing until May days I S One Bed Given Away Absolutely1 1 FRIS 4t CALL OUR STORE DURING TillS SALE SEE DIFFERENT PATTERS AND FILL OUT COUPON AND TJN tiE NANDSOME Kl i 4L Dusttand Germ Proof Sanitaire Beds ate cast practically one phcewith all joints welded toetherthat the finest cannot work inon struction strong side never or the posts get of J Remember Our Guarantee Protects Youl Sanitaire Beds are made large t6 yith any halrsiZe single double and beds bed purchaser should not miss this oMqrtuhjty Call aUour store see the beds we will the1 guarantee 70jNT oh adntMJrSUBSCRjp7Jrgr 1 LN4141 J- l M0L gssytsb POWDEX aMIbiacuit oukeaai RipPciETar edfbfhjrembi substantially the1 to naroxiIieCUaMel tIM tad a1asdlPK twosSsireaq tl iaWcmiCrop pr6tMitLSS WilttSlltllt if agatnIkaowo lve sA Alley ak Ic ilf am Co fks CoWs aJl4 who way osie uU Tiies KcaMriwM PLGrJppet Sot its brttl by the eU to xUWad V ad than aciUer orthe any 18 riof n liIa JI bb and the pMcr grounds or If of M tro 1t sd tM betterParaqs Are us Display ofSanitaire Kentucky 19 inspection Sanitaire of k the an at of the If 29lastinfIQ m ji AT THE A prospective On Every Piece of Furniture in the Boose dig kThese Special Terms and Prices we are miking V ts 5edMr iUsing purposes only After Use situ OMIt Ate display is completed these specif term wilk wfcWmw LLACHMAN CAhV8ELL 4The furniture Men I Springfield My aJ Ih r pIi T JILTThT1I11I T r lJl8 TTr wsiuofR Opr LI Y j j ITaly TzUWAT J I 11 Jts 8 RI4 jBd Publisher f fiWAY 30 109 f fn1 l qT1 r WTffiJRMANtejaWwY Atty S RILL itICJIitL LLTSEY 1cugt1 AtteneyT S MATES CCkrtLBO9R y ICirt ckWB MOE irEzAwTERsQN Sptident1t w BUSH r U fvDi80 p GATLET T Tl1i W T MITCHEI- LCaSerDt lL W E CRUMB l ryrGRQBERTS Tsirerilg Poet in itt issue of My14tb contains anrticla iiriiatdtO Judge Bmmett FitIdV action in notify ing the Ifrpjblxfcn l drtbathe would Hptct 5ept a nom utipn lor cir cwjijad tendered him by the Rtpiblicaii party i that the only iBowiBitionl i be would accept woojd be the Democraticn- cHBiaation and ithat if the Rep ttblicanparty Ttoniinates hithk 3 woalcl require them to take his nimffrbeticket 1 TlM Republican leaders claim StbMt they wish to take tbe j udic iary ouJ of politics and that all chey wished Was Judge Fl dlcgU escen e in their pTaaitp accomplish thatpurpose Plausible as this in ay seem4 v we Iareinc1ind to believe that some body had an ax to grind Judge Field iis extremely popular in f Jefferioncounty and is a power Ithe Democratic party Tbij Republican leaders knowingj that iudge Field would be nomi inate4by the Democrats doubt lsthought that by giving him the Republican nomination heI wciLrrnainquiescenti and thai the bepetjt of tiis popularity and influence wculd in a measure be Withdrawn from the Democratic party thus giving to them greater chance fur success inf t qmether quarter As for taking the judiciarY ut of politic It is but a Utopian dream If not lined up OnJDem ocr c arid Republican Issues thett they will be on some others WiJe Clitics is always at teidefl with some evils Itfs- t i better to uffrthe ones we have than fly to brswe know not ofrV WhjnudgnFieldst ii action in oref usingTtbie nomination of a 1 party wtiofeg principles were in- Iiconsistent wjth his convictions t is highly commendable since it Manifests his sincerity of pur pose andihowsuhe man there is in him Judge Fields answer clearly demonstrates that he is jr no inaa for double dealing- If TrulyTia giteat qualification for greaVuder to i AVtJie Republican pclmaryat Ixjui villeV Mpndfly James F Grinitead Was noininatad fcr Mayor bya large majority over Jhi ojiponent Mr G Weissinger SmithA questmn JJwas raised stMrGrinsteaIs eligibility I j n lnll1II DJ d T It SuJect it M w Pi4ot QfjtU5 SedijmentorSettlingSedij i neysto Ire qnent desire ir JdJ tlte bare alao symptois that tell you the UMys and bladder are out oforder aii abOB 4S WMTt De eitIoctinthe sottt1dqneyremeYihMJ1jahaeIt kidaysiliSfdscaidtytrypartoftheurjnay fc Cocttbiiitytoho1dteri 4 6 f pin ia paspuig it or bad orbtf5 oftenthel1JmnnYjtIM night The mild aid it = 55tt elect g SwapRoot ia Jtr II stands the higfcwt be WMsnwarkable i tdhs 8odby 4Ueraz tfftltcIayBingQZingbmmtonh1 I1c 2iAi IJ 11ff iIe i by those who favored S ihj becausebe is tbe present mayor which they claimed would pre elude hiin froina gain serving a S as the mayorcapnotsucceed him self The Conrier Jourqalhas ad nounced thatib will oppose the renomination of H S McNutt for State Senator by thepemo cralic party because heyoted for William p Bradley for United States Senator and be cause he represents the saloonf interests of Louisville iThis action onHae part of the Coiiriert Journal olonies somewhat su surprise since greatfjbe approved of the piople JdcNutts supposedmajrrityIi Iu think the present position j isI weill taken the only regret i that it was so long deferred iThe Hon M C Saiifleywa nominated for Circuit Judge lastt Saturday in the thirteenth midii r ciaVdisJrict Democracicprimary iover JudgeJohn SamOwsleyil A Sntilo is a pretty hard thing to accomplihh when your blue bilious and out of 111kindsp1ainthcentipatIoni tnd dyspepsia Ballarda Herbine is mild yet abso lutely effectiver in all cases s Price 50 cents per bottle fold b the Red Gros Drug Stor Willisburg 7ttThe entertainment given at the Christain church by Bro Grubbs Sunday nipht was very successful Quite a neat little l missionslIMr John Leachman and wife li spent Sunday with Mr WI Wells family jpev Sims oft Ejouisyille witlt preach at tile new Baptist ch urch the 5th Sunday morning and nightIMr Jerome Trent and danph ter spent Sunday with his mother at this ulacer Mr Jim Trent was called to liOuisville Sunday to see his wifes mother who is very sick Mr WSGibbsof Shelby yule was in oar town Monday The D cor tioncwiUbe at Willis burg rii Sunday afternooo the Everybody invited to come I Mr Rubv anpi wife visited Mr- Evert Keeing and family Sun day iMr Sutherlands mother has returned home Rafter several days visit wit relatives here Born to the wife of Mr Jim Oder on Sunday a fine boy Mrs Nettie Grumes was buried here last Friday Key Grubbs conducted funeral sevices quite preenLWebereaved family Wltbjtb k A Happy Father is soon turned to a sad one if he ha- ro tvalk thf1 floor every night with a cryingbaby McGee Baby Flixir will make tbe child well soothes its nerves influc healthy normal slumbers Bestjfor disordered bow els andsour stomach all teething babies need it Pleasaut to take sur and safe contaBns no harinfu crbottStoreILitseyL t Rev I P Haynes afad Mabel Thompson attended church at jSprii gfijld IJ1nuayn 1 ght Mr Edgar Wilson bfPesant Run and Miss Jennie Leachman Viola Brown of Springfield MissHarvey Vanarsdale Narinio- T i ompsoh Clifton Leachman ll MissYLitsey Sunday Joe Grace and Jack Reed were callvng upon the fair sex Wiilisburg Sunday evening Mr NTPJPborapson 4nd Missj Ellon Gregory were visitors at theiGrundy Home Sunday Mr4 Dan Kellf and wife visil ed M r J R Re d Thursday vlsitlIfdattFenwick Thursday Mr Boss Leachman and Bar tha Edgington atterded services latwn1i burg utday evening Misa Elise Durrett and Fred Vanarsdale visited Dr and JVlrs J H lopper jSundayaTfternoon Mr Charles Gornih visited his father at CornishviHe Satu U Boys Hats both felt and straw Mens Shoes 7 Boys Shoes Mens Shirts 50c to 150 Boys Shirts 50c to 150 Summ in all grades short sleeVes and knee drawers Mens Heavy Work Gloves Mens Kid Cloves Bros Overalls I day and S rndav Mr Cornisn has been quite ill Ior si me time past but we artulad to hear is Mr Thrmas Kelly has return f edfr6in ayrslt o Ma hill lilr S 0 recently ereced anadditon to his house which adds co siderj abl to its appearance 1totile question thajjis bemp asked everyone in and about Poor town at the present titne Work ing on Saturday aft moon is a- tbiogof V Jmd hete during the summer trontns for everyone must go to beer the players and enjoy the hotly c m tested games that are played upon B echtand ditm nd almost drery Saturd3y La Sturday they were met by hes rung team from Valley Hill somu times called Rag Weeds The snrae while filed vith may briljtaut pays was little too much ote sided io be n lest ng as he visitors wet outclassed very much by the home boy the score being 17 to Iin favor of Beechtand Th Walker brothers did the bafr prywerk lor Valley Hill btiireceiving weak Support they soon found tbty could do but litt e with the heavy hittersof the lh me boys Vanarsdale and battery for the hornet teaniand thMir work was e arsdale pitched in rare forth and his cdrves kept the visitor guessii the righv fieHerf r Valley Hill performed iia manner becoming a great eager and by his seusatonal plays several times brought the fans to their feet Gapt Clem ents tells us that their defeat was not as bad as he expected we wonder what he expected Next Saturday PoorlOwn will be met by a strong team from any a good game is promised Many weak ncr ous men have ow been restored to iiealth by Foley Kidney Remedy as it stimulate the kidneYA so they will eliminate thv waste matter from the blrtod Im purities depress the nerves causing nervous eehaustion and other ailments Gomineuce today and you will boon be well Pleasant totakc Fair View Mollie Hines and Geo Mou attended church at Mt Zion Sunday night tr rJBroHw Mpton fined lis ap af New H ope Sunday Ruben Hays visited his pa rents Sunday Mrs Net Grume died at th home of her parents iiand JMrs Alex Yates Wednesday May 12th 1909 daughteri 11 you want o feel well look we11 be w11take Foleya Kidudy Remedy it tones up the kidueyp tfand bladder purifies tIc blood and restores health and trenjjrth Pleasant to take and contains no harmful Irugs Why not commence today It WE 1 BUY TiLj YOUR- Qtaseng Golden SealYellow Root etc We are healers and can do better for you than agents ofcommis on merchants Reference any Bank in Louisville W te for weeklyuriceIht andship ping tags We furauh wool bags free M SABEL SONS lesS 22ft E Market St GRUNDY i 4 i MclNTIRE a 1 Mens Appardi MnsClothing Clothing Underwear OBryan imprbvhig VanrsdaIetas theptisplar Haynswerethe ceIientVan pCarrico Springfield pointment DDL HIDESAMDFUR- SFtaUsusTaJlofleesu iI T Ladies Apparel Ladies Suits Ladies Skirts Misses Skirts Ladies Shirt Waists Petticoats Satin and Silk r RG Corsets Black Cat Hosiery Topsv Hosiery Summer Underwear all kinds 1Long1 I 1iscotn1 ment always up to date Very complete anything yofu wish I can be found in this departmentS I BagsIr IPaperI 11 L 4 r 1 = T5 iL == = 1 iM+ I ANNUAL MAY SLE t t DEsRABLEMERCllAIDIsEv1iEmbroideriesj l D andyMesaline t T i 75tJiyB O i jI7 4 1 I i 1CBOTHIN StWe are receiving constantly new styles In Men s Suits and are showing the most uptodate and newest fads in young Mens Hart Schaffner Marx and Rosenwald Weils Suiandt will make special prices during the entire i month of May J t I i 0Se CIN j Brother WllUam Howard Taft of Kllwlnning lodge F and A Mof Cln clnnntl attended u stated co nmuulcr tlon of Temple lodge No of tub- Jurisdiction at the new Masonic tern pie tiLe other uvenlng Mr Taft ar rived about 9 oclock remali ed aboui an hour and saw the third thgreecon- fctred President Visits Masonic Lodge Mr Taft Is the first president of the United States to sit In a lascink lodge In the national capital since 3arflcidH time Theodore Itoosevclt IS1 Mason but he diet i0t attend here during his- terlior olllce He mid planned to 10 iso pn oho occasion lint such a crowd of the brethren turned out In advance that htv KiiVe It up Mr Uoosevclts home lodge Is in Oyster Day The fiat that Mr Taft was to visit Temple lodge the other evening was kept a secret even from the metnbei of the lodge who however vore no tified to be on hand as something of more than ordinary Interest and im por tance yas on the progntni Conse quently while then1 was an excellent nttehdanco of invtnbcrs ot the lodw anil grand ollicefs ill other high Ma sonic dlgnltsrks the lodge room was slot Avercirowdid Several hundred t5IasoiA were turned away at the door Lowi v k after it became known througluujt the building that Brother Taft wastylli atteiidance at tilL strn conuiutitiiation of Tqmple lydgv Taft Gta Goltlj 7oI graph Key SiKrelury Balllnger of till Iiltcrlor depart meiit retently prisehtetl to Pros Idiiit Taft the fMinoUK goljilnhggct tel cgniph kev tn lie uie l by him hi open lug tIt exposi tion at 10 a in Iuiw The tihtmpli key Is studdod with twentifour1 goldi nuggets the first ever taken onfof the Klondike Tht Instrument Is of solid god and It Is set u o base of Alaska marblei Nirggptx mnK tilt bearltsgsof the key and thir nuggets are SOt liv the mar bit base It is the llrs telegraph key ever presented to a yrcsldeht for n similar pijfpospt and qf such great value It Is worth several thousand dollars First Gold From Alaska The gold nuggets In addition toI serving as a inlque design will go dowu Iii history as tile first gold taken out of the groat Alaska district Mr George W Carmock discovered them on AngJO and has since prized them for thejr historic value Mr Carmnck Item fly cnuaod the Stampede to the Klondike region In the summer of 1S90 The nuggets were found Ira bedded In frozen gravel oil the bed rock of the Ivloiidjke river President Tat ft will present the key with time gold nuggets to the govern j mont following the open of the exposition ling Histcric DARFurnjture Is one feature of the D J II Jfcmorlal Continental Jmll WbIClitl lights the visitors and brings to mind one of those far nway victories which the American patriots scored against King George and his ascii The fen turh II the New Jersey room furnished by the NOw Jersey hapfers of the I1A It and the wood nOOn which the chairs wainscoting beams and other gifts have beets carved Is taken fOul the Rrltish frigate Angus ta wjlch Kin aground Ooh 23 1777 while fighting n swarm ot American galleys and jpattng batteries on the Delaware Since then the frigate has rested Ignobly rupon New Jersey smml n Mecca for tourists and amino for the memento seeker L 1is bOr- den carried sixtyfour guns and was no second rite ship In fact she was rated as one of Englands best when sho set sail ito take part In what the British admiralty thought would be the complete subjection of the bother some Yankees Yet for 130 years the white oak hull lay half under water after having vainly tried to stem the title of bntfle by breadsldek of 1200 pounds each The white oak became tis hard as marble in that long period mind much Wore dlfileult to pnrvo oua J J is New things in Rlenp W01 mens and Child ens low Shoes in r r fatenjl Tan and OxHool iin a great Variety of Styles IUCAOV of ft JilVUI T- Vculiy lii Irili r Works r iial su mills vhteh rtnl Veitajit ttfsIon lie freu 1M8lilsf the deks assh hull Into chars t5rbToS pad other furj nihire Stylfl of the Jacobean Period The idecf faiirlnff enough woe from tile A iti4tT tp furnish n New Jersej room oHInnt l with Miss t j tIon MnMork sftlse Ann Whlrnll ohiip tel of New Jersey tTheaisd Miss Jil l len Mecnnfi for four jjears state re gent nf New Jersey wojrkrd linN mall he New Jersey room a success Miss Meemn fourd that to pet the wood from the ship would cost 400 mind sl abmit to get It Not only dirt the New Jerseyj daughters raise hey rolled 1 320 inore and spout every cent of It on their ioomr Tbp style adopted for time furujtnn of the room was of the Jhrdlienn i j Later 02 the Sew Jersey InuisWer had a jleen wnhlwntzi made 0 r th room paneled uiO iarved 1 and onjuin side they had ijarvod the arms oftheh state Ji Miss hn Hipr Jnbnmsvn presented by the XevJer sey D A It In the shape of lami JChe stIUltI ut theJAtl1 Fls uf tin AuKUSti It n rilut wax beaten Int shape by hand n CAUL Did you hoar whit happened to Fweddy In Noo Yawlc I No Do tell uicV Why time deals boy made a mlstSke and got on one of thofeo cars in the tunnel that arc resnhvcd for ladles dont you kn wIYsi And they let him Plain Dcalbr The Purpose like the sotplt low of a woinnus mljul- Oruic 1aJmlyVe Vn majority 0t mcuilp hoJstex thoii1 owii winds up tpehdSng Hi Wealth II cau t last much loiigcr my d drjsaid old 3Ir Kloscman who was Clear ing his end MBut auf Its xltothink that even after dOAth Ill he nom you Anil watch over you Wcrf cr rculljv replied the sodu to be young wldohit Jhl ts trad Silas Im afraid iiuy will lalJu you Standard and Times I II can marry n rlrhglri wh ra iI do not love or l love dearly Vhfcli utll1 j Follow the dictates lf t i l t f did hope youd marry an Amerfcnn Houston Post iCj if i I 3 lCarpets Rllgs Panr- I j Rugs Wall Paper and Lace Osr tains of any husein this section t t r I jliacQ Curtains i 25c to 6iOOj and Oil Cloth V i iIlw make iL i Ji F liuyersIZ WASHINGIErRSpecial AliskaVnkonPacillc Immodlately Oakt SHOES Immediately MieSlOaTiut jmostIPantestIshouitslIt SCIIOnBLD imifjcnMve exclooslvely stnyrCleveland Jackiyulcally dvtrnvHpVnce ferrlblyLCatIiOIIe hprntltlttlH GJIifwhom ofy4urlieai4 fPOrrIIOnrII jzSliharenta viif jforgetCarpts 140Tiqetry75cI1empLindleums I HiProviso sssiEY E TESTED ei Ed M itseihJEWELER AND OPTICIAN L1JO- BN m EtEJJEN IRVINE WIMSATT 7 The Coppaigg Cafe GO j INCORPORATED N W Corner 7th Market LOUISVILLE KY i Home Phone 7765 Special Attention to Matt Drier Cussmers CsNIss I1431 Wfe make a special by of the fAllowing branils 440Bellet tr t Everglade Watos sknt 1907 M 2 25 We also hin de Mttigfy A Mitre Rillliiift I and VUfoiv Sprint Itjtwtti MIL Puce Apple Brandy and Martkny Wine o t tj i 44c tii Time Flies ii 3 1 Js an old adage 8 llsabig jump though from the tljntoi tbti firsfc 4cloektc zov i3ridgdthf chasm Vnd hatyou The flriJock crude the unomePAccurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry Iwhatytu fitd the year Ul1dut illV Jewelry Store My nej1JstoccVtfl6ctsmy being experlio select ing aewIrytoIr C f i f TojaveS MjPcy Buy Froni Ie 4 tj i 2 r T ii Jtnrac J 6raven4 f= 0 or iiltiiusd aa Woodworker IJ ttIeb7noke wbo f lar finions frhcbS1tutt ccpwfll bm 1its Pht1 Lm4th U uOHUcnl hostess pos t u vifild liftI1iyconphte nr rtsmtkirthm shot fl ii IrkstdrelSg ilj fumelOut some ieverp1eeesI ifvwrjc lint she htStUI some 0 15 vjiktgv gl1sou her husbands tcrblwto fashlpuvrootj by halnnipr tad chI eK AllY Cdlebrooke ii icUVor stiillJtwr too Aud has exiilbUPd tt the Iairla salon Shfr sbarcg vjvrth tun htMtbaad a love Qf all tJjJH Is nrtis- tic and beautiful rand to odd tq njl those varied nccomplUhments sUe rat drive a fourlaband nnt a flussias- 1roakyaudthreeLpndOn t H Av fi iii1 A Comedy it NenSi lifSw Tue naue r Gtiy elt the tlmewLsen ttWti eiiv4id some very pl tturestir- it l Jlrt1t WflsI when t IY 1tblY nll binds itw 4eeter sr Q Tllfti iisi tM 7 foriners rre tea at VvSik i iiasy Jim sad Likluii Ols 1 wore nil vezy ba4 kof Jbc tlsrama a iIIt 1t hXt duy Sn Wtit fe sbe tteu rope 1051 aPtBIHd IDI 1JIIt mirror hidsaMJ tLSt1r 1 t Wsse5i Wyrp1 ontoi1l adgga r l T ELr DR fTL BURTON DtjT P8Tl i TEETh EXTRACTED 7L ITHOIJT PAiN 1w J Xock14PI ataJr jira LD KY Ail Deiatt1 WorJt StricUy 4itcrj e DR i C MULD tUfL 1 I aid SUge4l 4orfto2pmJ Oftoet over Bjiydons Drugstore t t L- Jw Lamton MD t Ct lIlI fiise omeiPlMHic JfoSV 4No35 iiii wF GRIGS BY l AtTOEYATLAW- N OY8I 1etI lfc I 8GFXLiKY- v Dr IIW HYATT x Oc over Bed pfoss ifus Sbori tfflcehourarHyatt 1030 II to12m lt 5 pm JOUNY MAYES UItRAi uliuCTOR 4 no lCESED EMBAlMER r e TELEPHONE f DAY19aNIQHT74 I I r SPRINGFIELD KYI 4 t Iibwantr the Best FLOUR t ask your grocer for j Prf4e oWashinfon OR fflfingfield Choice Man tactured by J vJix JarboeCo I g3 pay highest market price for grain lPrThM Tireii1ngi WUM epraes nom a slaggteh liver and Iwtiy ewetwhen 10 a dont want teiIfi 4 e1r tongue fat coated Tijijan Pills Tfctf Mk The liver work and exercise tHo Wel cnre eonjsUpation bilious J Ik Mdacbe and aU other lazy livar troBMM Sample free on request 25 dM Ctst Only 25 Cents hr CW E CL St Louis Mo fbr in Springfield by Haydon Robertson f I FACTS IN FEW LINES i Winnipeg xpetty to rHave nbout10 NOCQtti0vroith ofuer buildings thIs year Jtfl ilQhnairijetlntf countries wonuM- liro lntttdm1tted Uevoiiil thi l6drvay olliouI jIbgairgj t Ifm tthe AMIS I thnd is toijtt iJgada It Juts 2sX tnhiabltauti Antieiit pajutings 400Q yearj old sbcnjUeinrrot un1 rolkr- IWti fiIIIfligit 1 JI roTbrefd ts eaten In France per caplJ3 ttHn In any otber Europunr cpniiTry fcscept Belgium Artiaeblne oiJOratetTon the principle Of tHe vncimui rleanrr ia bcfnt Utled fr pjwanCts ian California troT ItjasTCteRtly lyccu 1bowfitblt 11 to1QlJItc antq21tte the ttrip th n1 calraLlrqp lbe extreme martlicrn part ibt indIa wrvitlioutt a hitch 1i jotd baby with n full set of ateetiIcaUfd scn t Mtlpn irhen esblblted Tit a recent meet Ingf f tfieViehna McdlUtl society iJif = qm1nyhnRbenformed in Gon a1stjcut 10 esploit a typewriter which t ia ife5il to be uoiselessi printing by fi4riitoAdtf tl1 Iiailmertro1e rlw goremmeiit of the British Kpst- Africtrprotectorate I lifts prolitbitcd any person experimenting with wireless grapbjnvHbout a license ft 6m ti- anuor e i BIT8cream Vermifuge I 10 THE WORM REMED IADiscoveryIA i 8 rlJiICEfl11 M111tROATAnUtII 1ftOUI taGUAR4ZED 8ATISFAOTY- 0 ONE BZPUNDED 1 I I TOWNLocal ii riWJ HWHN Happenings oF Interest I Freshest and Latest AUAfcout Yourself Friend t tItIcud Acquaintances JH MM V0all on Miss Willie Knott for swell millinery Get at stylish hew shirt waist at Mrs Williams V if iigg Whips 8c loa dollar at- J Thomas s V Hats s trimmed to suttyourt- aste t SsKn BJJ FoRSEOne Jersey cow J W HJLEACHMAN t Vv 4S x Try one pound of jm y best tea 6Bcvfprth l at P J Thomas Buggiek and wagons for salel by A C lmball Rare bargains in millinery at Ms Williams this week Dont miss them 3 3rDo you wanfotbe llatest styles inhatsforthe1Ieat prices Jf sose Miss Knptt loj j FoR vSALEyOne large v spw and eleven pigs T D TAPP J FoR SALEA few choice young Southdown bucks AB WALKER Decoration day will be observ ed at Pleasant Grove on the afternoon of Saturday May 29 s Say Does you buggy n ect painting Gall on A r C Kim ball at the old Casey shop v Mr W C Mudd bought a f ne cow and calf of Les McCrocklln of Nelson county for30 00 MrEavanaughiukstons id his farm of 50 acres ffo Mr Newt Hardm for 70 00 per ace The infant child of Mr ojnd tprdayatSunday Now is the4time to buy a fine hat at a small price at fyfrs ullicans over the Peoples Deposit Bank FOR RENT Nice house and yardf aricfl acre ground on East Mib Street Apply to JOHN W LEWIS POT Brown Ijoubleshovd plows FivE Plow Cultivator Disc Harrow Tobacco Setter American Fence Co Call on AP KIMBALL DrOjp iin Monday while in town I will interest you yes urprise you in everything I show and price you t P J Thomas There will be preaching next Sunday jafternoon ta oclock at the Valley Bill schoolhouse by Rev Hamilton Everybody invited to attend r tThe ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve a strawberry supper at the Courthouse to day from 3 to 10 gp m Everybody tspme Mrs Mullican fcver the Peo vIes DepositJBank is selling all ladies misses and cMldrens hats at greatly rediiced prices A rare chance for bargains Pricesojlm1niCerY up Childrens from 50c up See them at will pay you STRAYED One pale face white ewe and lamfon my playe about Apill 19 Owner amy have sarae by provifig property ahd paying pasture dnd expanse JAMES L MoRiN LostbelveEmSpringfieldand MrS 0 Begley s store at Fen wick on May 18th a ladico small- Gold Breast jin tinged with a border pf darker hue Finder J will pleasareturn U NewsLea der office or to Mrs Kate Peter and receive reward S M Campbell reports county I court day ati Danville considered j fewii j f oldfcow at 2500 y cow and calf at 4500 1 bay mare at 6500 1 old horse at 4500 1 old horseat 3500 The Alumnae of SW Catherines will serve a dinner on next Monday county court day in the building formerly ed as a bowl ing alley on the west side of Main Cross strtet near the De TOPICS 1 Q OOOO MM pot Thebuilding is a commo amid a large Crowd canlldiQuaone ated The May term of the circuit court will commetce Monday The jury will probably be kept only a few days as the docket is very light The criminal docket consists only of c fewthisde mea pr cases which wi consume only a short time The civil docket consists of thirteen ap pealauces in most of which there will be uo contest 1rsNttieCrnme dieda the home of her parents Mr and Mrs AlexYatesI near Mooresj ville W dnsdayMay12 in the 30th year of her age after a lingering illness tuberculosis She was the wife of thelate Dp Sam Grtirae who died about six months ago in New Mexico aid Mrs Crume lived af Willis burg for several years where he was engaged in the practice of m d cine until Mrs Grumes health beg nto faik hn in hope that her health mgh improve they went West butalltono purpre After the death of her hu batid Mrs Grume lived with hen pure ts atMooresville until berdeatb Funeral services were con ducted at WUlisburg Friday at the Christian church after which the remains were laid to rest lLeases Warehouse Announcement is made of the American Totacco CJo lleased from the boardof direc untyTobaccowarehouse belo v toWn and will use it the coming season as a warehouse in which to receive and handle tobacco Negotia tionsare now in progress with a company for the lease of the drying plant The ontrccti has already been let for the building of a new loose leaf house The building will be a very sp cons oneI 208 x 92 feet well lighted It will be located near theother5 buildings and wili be equipped with inoaVm improve renls so that tobadco cau be shown in itI to the best advantage so as to bring the highest prices ThisIis an enterprise that will great advantage to the public of th county The ad vantages of a local loose eaf market were suificiently Demonstrated last season by the successfull sales made on the breaks HI wwc Teeth ex J tracted with out PAtNor DANGER No e1 arliesr when plates are waated J i1ji i 1i Inevery respect andjustj as adir vertised f V ST ALL ARD 0881 Springfield Ky f t Base Ball p1nsectIhere to 1 it was a loosely playecil game from start to finish Batteries for Springfield Nally Berry ana McClellata St Marys Keliy and Cowalski Foghorn Hank Uonahue handled the indicator ame oft the season IJhebest Saturday between a from the Gruhdy 3nm6 and a team of ocal kids Both teams played hard all the tme and for such small boys put up a fine game scoreXrund Home 7 Spriugfield 5 Toe features of the game was the playing QfGrundy Homes right fielder who has one arm and the short stop who is two feet four inches tall- Bioomfield got theirs last Thursday afternoon good and plenty ourboys mopped up for them to the tune of 18 to 7 Batteries McClasky and Brown for Bloomfield Cox and Rogers for Springfield What abopt playing Bloomfield some more it seems that our boys need something easy and Bloomfield Certainly is aCtfish It f 1 J Smith Smith The approaching marriage of Mr J Ed vfn Smith of Bluom field to Miss Elizabeth Smith of thiplace Th4 marriage will be solemnized at St Roseon ihe afternoon of June 3rd 1909- Mh Smith is a son of Mr John RSpith of Bloomfield and anenteprising young far mer while Miss Smith is a daughter of Mr J Fielder Smith of this place and Ii tBJeQteiI young lady witha hot of friends FOR SALEA registered Iu rQc Jersey gilt 13 months old E L P Y SON Lumber for Sale We have for sale about 65000 feet of seasoned Poplar and Oa- krnminjlumberlfr ft at Fredericks town PRICE fe SMITH Springfield Ky t Make Your iiiCash orP FForYollSr 1 Read the list below and see what it will I earn on Saturday Mayy 22 A909ilI1 I Cash Specials III 1 dozen nice Lemons worth 20c for 15 I v 3 cakes 5c german Sweet Chocolate 10 vv4C 20 15 ugaro v 1 00 II2boleslOcJeIlofor f r w 25 i v 25 v h ir i y 25 best lOc Tomatoes J j 25 best lOc Oysters j ly l 25 best 20c Oysters 35 IIacim best 18c Salmon l i 15 Wash Day aM Soap sStcials 6lbsStahforj 25 6 cakes Iig Deal or Red Wrapper for f 25 I 7 cakes Lenox Soap w 25 6 cakes Wool I SCIA 1 Soap U J 25 3 cakes good Toilet Soap f 10 1 box Star Naptha Wrfshing Powder hr 04 SWaKes Tar Soap i i- or I CANDY j Just received s large shipment of RED BAND I BRAND CANDIES that Smackin Good kind that you always get at ourstoretfor only lOc per pound Also a fine line of CHOCOLATES that I we sell at 20c per pou- ndMCELROY SHADER 1 j 7 t CkesL gradedI t school closes another successful year and pupil and teacher we come a Vacation honestly earned Bomething near 400 boys and girls have enrolled during the year and tbe average attendince has been high But few towns or ciii i s have a better school or Anumberofjyoungl its field of patronage is con stantly widening The high school department now consists of a four year course and grad uateare matriculated in col leges without examination With the increasing interest in educa tion now so evident throughout our state and by its adoption as the county high schooll i isuseIfulness and influence must grow in comine years The closing exercises win be held at the Oper douse on Tuesday evening May 24 An attractive program has been prepardanfl each grade will be represented The rausicalnum hers entirely vocal and consisting of solos duets q uartetts I and ehoruses will as usual be not the least inieresiing part ol t the entertainment Oh the j Thursday following May 26 the annual picnic will beg ventt at Frederickstown Parents And the public are cordially invited l to closing exercises and to the picnic j And for the young folks girls and boys may the summer con tarn nothing but laughter and song and flowers Be young for the years are coming when pleasures yield to duties PERSQNAL Mr Joe Pettus was in Louis ville Saturday Rev W H Williams who ha been attending the Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville has returned home Misses Hadgie Brown andsflallie McElroy returned frim Oklahoma Friday night Miss Jnnie Adam of theo Grundy Home is visiting relatives in Louisville I Col John I McEilroy is visiting r lutives iu Kansas City Mr Bailey Peyton was in Louisville Sunday to see his wife who uas been in the bospi tat for several weeks and re ports that she is mucn improved ip health MrsCharles Brady is visiting relatives in Louisville tMist I dren are visiting relatives in Louisville this week Hon John W Lewis was inii Louisville Monday Mis Hallie Huston and May Waketield of Maud were in town Wednesday LcaqhmanIon Sunday John Kaiserand Willett Brad ley of Grundy Home pent Sun j with friends in town Messrs Putnam Estes and Abel of Lebanon were intown Sunday Mr and Mrs James Eppersons of Versailles are visiting near town Mt Hugh Stiles and son of Danvjille were in town Saturday aod Sunday Mi L O McCarty is visiting t ii JampbellsburgKyI Mr Jdmes Wayne of Lebaa on was in tqwn Sunday Miss Lizzie Waters and Lucy Selecman were in Louigyille Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlile Lit ey and daughter visited Mr Mrs W E Selecman Sunday Mr and Mrs HoIe1 of aloomI field spent Monday in town Mr Evan Hag m was in Leb anon Monday Mr Joe Begley is visiting Mrs Ohas Jcjffries in LoAiisville Mr and Mrs Frank Janes viitfd her brother Df rigsby in Bardaipwn Sunday Mr J Lizzie Durrett yisited friends in Louisville last week Dr W V Stallard was in Louisville the first of the week on business y IChris Walter11ROY1 and visitors Mr Butter and the HopesLAladined rett Tuesday t tDr B J Smock who with his family recently moved to Glas gow Ky is here this wek shaking hands with old friends aJ a I Miss ICaharine Ppuldinf of Lebanon pent Monday here Miss Lizzie Haydon spent Sunday and Monday in Bardstown the guest i pf her sister Mrs T A Spalding V C C McGUI of Lebanon was in town Saturday Mrs DR Litsey has returned home after a visitto friends in Louisvill3 Misses Roxie and Mary Wake field of Maud were in town Saturday Mr Jesse Rapier of Bards stown spent Thursday with friends here Jim Spalding ndsister Mildred andGriffSbuckofLebanon were hereFriday MssNeIlie McGill who is a student at St Catherines spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents hers Messrs Sam Anderson G ft IRobertson Jr R A Melntire Paul Keene T Ballard Wathen Simms WT Le cbmafl L B Caini ArtburMcGillAlexiT- hompson Ben IX Clements Tnos Hamilton J L Barber L D Baker Murray Floydand Geo Mclntire attentel the inita tionl of the Knights of Columbus iiiLonisviHe Sunday s MissLouise Medley has re trrned t from Louisville and Owen boro where sh visited De lal ions Miss Stella Simms returned from a yiait to friends in Louis lIe pedrge Mann of B rdstown was in town Tuesday Mrs Len Mattipgly of Leb anon was in tuwn MJnday Perry ar shas returpedt6 Louisville after a visit to his parents here Ed Min Smith of Bloomfield spent Sunday here Mr W K Marks and family have removed to Cane Springs Ky where they will pend the- uumer Marshall John Giace aod John F Simms were in ardstown ii day last veek on business FairiGeo ColvJnIMrs W C McChoijd and daughter Miss Annie were in Louisville Monday Mr C E Craycrbft of Sher rpansTe asa former Spring field boy spent several days herelast week Mr Jeptha Wilson has gone o Martinsvilley Indiana for his health Mr W H Spears who has been very iill since Sunday tis improving r Greatest B rgaint Eyer Offered in Pianos I have tWQ beautiful upwright Mahogany pianos thatI will sell at a great reduction I must close them out in order to make room for other goods that are coming Do not miss tbis opportunity its you may never have uch a one again I will be at my home in Springfield this week acd can be seen at Ed M Russell jewe rv store all day Monday These goods must be closed out not later than next Monday in order to be ready for the goods that are coming You will be agreeabjly surprised when jbu see the handsome pianos and bearThe low prices Telephone 165 C J3 Bohannon Ci ICE MISGELLAm An Arctic Crystal Paiact Amid the rbleak Icy deserts ol Greenland th4aurvtvora of the recent fated Erlchsen expedition discover ed a sight of mafcaty that solaced them for mouths of darkness tedium and sujrertug says the Buffalo News They found a crystal palace of Superhuman architecture vaster than a dozen cathedrals and Egyptian tern pies resplendent with Jewels and end less decorations of ice Created by nature In a forbidding wilderness it frightened the eyea of the explorers arid awed thorn with unlmagined mag nificence Tile dreams of poets and the fancies of epic bards were surpassedby this vision of colossal loveliness which the painter Achton Frils a member of the expedition endeavored to carry away fgr the benefit of dwellers in civiliza UODMoreIthan a mile in length the lofty paveot this arctic Jemple of Ice was pierced at Intervals with windows through which the glancing sun rays sparkled on columns and cubes ai4 Immense clusters of stalactites An iridescent glow as if from l and diamonds suffused the lighter spaces and shaded into the bluish twl light which reigned In solemn tram BCptsU The pUnter despaired of com prehending even the elusive colon that emanated from every surface ant were Infinitely lopched l y tfombbw tlon and reflection rf i i r I ji i- S 1lt l t 1IZ J I Ir4 II IId s ji Ir I G t8 IOurI i Tailored Suits v aiiiSeparate Skirts tf will be found very easing in both Style and vajues- pecial low pricesTare now Deling made ion Ladies Lingerie Waists Muslin UnoSSilk Petticoats Wrappers IIderwear Stylesin LIdLes t and Chiidrens Footwear f I Seethe new things in Corsetsj Ho i sleryGloves Bagsetc Neckwear Belts Nand 1 Itf IIRoertsoll INCORPORATED ClaybfQoktOo j J I I I7 j o f 1 Buy good C tlofit i H Thatistheonlydundtobfoimci i L in our placeI forwe prjdtour atelves on the freshness and food w quality of our P Fruits Candies an Cakese j c Fresh Bread naked Dailyi t 4te Tf ft 1 L Atour soda fountain w arc pr ipare l tall time vto serre soft i drinks Coca Cola Hot Ckoco i tfl teetcLWe lerve Meals in the 4 tJ tc good old hmetyle 1 i t ertl i SCnfectiOn fi1 Jv KATIE HERTLEIN C BRO Pofi4 i t o em Jlr1J IINow IIs Tte t T Imtf f f j i TO BUY IFLYL SCREENSE k f is r I We can furnishi you all kinds all widths and at all prices I 1 t 1t + IIIAfulilineof mftlILawn j 7 II ALL GUARANTEED l 11 j IBuild6rs Hardware MK jim l r I A SPECIALTY 4 1 x1 I Roofing nc repairing otaU klridv fPlumbing ands e m Ifittirif atItlmeJ Make but store your had quarters iI I fiatohottS Mm1LTI 5 r iao r c 7 7JITk 1 W6 c i Itoisfcjr JY Ky1i2AiJrz woik iJ j 11 1 O1k xiiterykW th II r1y rfiririct reports frJ aIeteiy oowBaniky ais q ttb t acrge 44koJ IT o ftC uusv orc4ty af jt 5yetae re dhHstfil pjfe I hirfl row 21Cfr r t 5 td ntany iiiwfol irs of 1 U tJiCi4 Utfttltt SOttiedOlBpf fliaIiethEoR ekaU All growers iso gre iba the orV Nia itw OM of the wi iJaT7srs ia whMb tO q jMitei and DM the wbole JVMjltl k vfery dkcourag IjC titf tboM griwera who havt iMMb arrao m QU to put out ilf aa sxeMtho 47 large scr8egS Tarsany growers who tev t BO pliita at all and will hive to depd upon purchase erfSLr rrjMiopttiUdl ia rmiig them to pIt oti Tcr at aLL Thai fcc iylapUBs time which is only jw ky off will witieM the Jiriee of plant sosrThgskyard is eaaB eyin at high prices j lOwer will be unable to lie1iHAwboI1pisnting of tobacco I rHlJa corn is expected to Stake j aceU soon asv the crowde s re4l e tIat they will be un lWe W get enough plants to pot otr tbeir crOp of tobacco4 In licee grower who have plants repdritoafc they are mallturnr igJ ye1Owanq se stunted while aome few report they have ittem large enough to set biiitfci latter are few and Jar betweenr Aeoifatr thingthat seems to 0Ii trowing the farmers is the apprtfttcrcitj jf larm labor it erssdtbhrghwes being edbytbuHavailable Many growers are heard tore BMirlcttiat they blievethe scar cityof t6bacoo plants may prove ir Wesemi ifr disguiseS x Lthdis2Years f JJl Parr Englands o1detman Wii tie third time at 120 work 20iurayouthful at James Whrlgt o Sfmrlock Ky shows how to remain ypuag I feel just like a sixteen jearroil boy he writes after takr r 4fTfix bottles oL Electric Bitters jFofiklrty years kWaev trouble ade UJea lHirden but the firsr bot tleof this woBderf medicine con yice l me I had found the greatest godsendtoSj1e Trtbe Uce onI RobertsoDrugstoreI Y pogoa4i Meeting J At a meeting of the Board qf Directors of the Kentucky Good 4ThHl Aseociation held in Jjouit Vit1itWasdjddto bold the firsttiasriea of public meet tS4oga i TbfjaeetiBg will bea public oje ahd the advantage of adopt ing the Boworth Wy tt consti Iot amendment wherebyt1ti4eackconnty may raise as it sees fit glands Ior road repair and buiWing will be fully explaln edeLater meetings will be eliseveryf i Bounty of the SI+tGood Roads Association is steeting with support from peopleof the different jcoun ItSj nSbvemeat is well under way wliichjwjill result in completeP t reDatjap many of the obso iethoougbfas or Ktpck 5SBoys Will Be Boys an are away getting scratches if citiftBfwaJ i bruise bumps burns erMaMt Dont neglect such things t tSeyji y result serious if you do AWJ Billaids Snow Liniment ac cerilii to directions right away and itwjilir ikv ih pun andheal the I trie Pri6e25c 0c amSflOO 1 SidbyedCrcs PUE tore t1 Not Damaged h HilJenmeyer the welt wnXil1 tn riurseryman J1M gie4out the 1ollowiL- ilt n II rftRardiog the fri ctiLb sear lon the morning of betKentufeky fruit Crop wiat fJjiaQi ring On May I J 0 B1 j Il Mj I v IjiLh 0it Str1thu tM mimi tMii b1 cm IIaIIbott i4Dreti ar l1eLtj the dtiilruciipii W Y m pre c4osi1 l tej This rlsii041t mi y be 04 how Yei tbattbeveret fro t cf th8thI cb siid lOtntot April did no exticloiwly nipped but Things were no ifull bloorat ana there is t tiie promise of a nice yieldIts Ebtrt heath and e rly bloom enr and thcfee tla blopcn in a umP are in a bad way The ris a maiden that easily s 1rsi iui the cold and will me phi oeopher now arise and s why the lully expanded laowerrqftb entire Japan sec Uion Jever winced The pleni tude of the Keiffer will fill the earth with its abundance for the expanded foliage is the matitle of fullest protection I dont like to say it but the apple crop will be slim The tree are not well set with flow buds On good groundon young trees in places where the roots could gather moisture there may be a fair rop and andonly off such and In such pl esIStrawberries languished all the fay arii bow can a starving on be filled with vigor This is true of the bush fruits and brambles generally lam not a pessimist but un- erstand that plants like men will do their best when well fed clothed and nourished A starv ed army can make a spurt but the general chances are againstt it The grape never falters and can eke out a living and re spnd nqbly under every priva tion and vet many Joshue and paleb return laden with tbe clDiJterfrom EsehoL cNo opinion is ventured but the fact remains bat trees have not in the main borne for two years They are not worn out by strenuous labor Athletes and contestors in the Olympics S dont indulge in riotous living or strenuous effort before the tug is really on If the fruit trees and plants are governed by jthe same law may their efforts at covetI1jA bivfnS Skeleton I Idsthat has wormsiif it lives Think of having something in your stomach tnat eats Jallj you take as nourish meat Nine tenths ofthe babiihave wqtpis may be yours hat Be certain that it has not by giving iitj Whites JlCrdam Verpiifuge1tee- leaJl x p worm 1J1d Iis a touic for the baby1 Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Storet His Great Chance The Pllugerrille Texas i Press failed to appear on Feb ru ry27Tbe reason for ihis was that Mr A W Goerdel who controls the destinies of his worthy publication took unr toliimself a better half Missi Amelia H Heine and departed na honeymoon trip leaving jill serene at home Below we give a quotation or two from ti p Fflugerville Press on Match5 iin which the editor in his own words tells of the happy event Of course it was a quiet we dingwe did not notice anybody raising any rpw about it Everybody eemettosympa tbize with the bride and looked at the groom as though they could hardly trust so dear a treasure to his keeping forever The bride as usual was beauiii ful and accomplished as iall Brides are We have often aUthecome frQm bhe was appro pnatelv attired in a dainty brOWn traveling suit of de foiiis waw shaw yaw or stme oiher French stuff- The minister who kept Ihis head all through the perform ance and he was about the only one who did said he was nine tynine bundr idths of tho best looking couplej lie had ever liar ried And w6 outsell without consulting either ininisttsr or groom will admit tat most ot her good looks are natural and she doesnt have to rub on lots of Mm SomebodvorOthers face cream in ordgrto make her self app ar less than forty years of age convenltiouall dark riJ out anda frightened expression The exp cession was his own property In adi ditaon to the afare3aidand abu y- ewotiorelhebdon a white tie and a pairof piten ileather pipe en which the patent was about to expire For one prea t WJ e Wrt8f dref sed up within ft ig ftfTufCD inch of his llfe and aiirjog the ceremony he ilirsnksoniCch that he looked like a by wearing p9pas clothes I 11t s 1 W 1lIiins belt ter R moevton thiWtify that I used Foley s Kidney Remedy for n6ryo i exhaustion and ki troubl and to piatitwillu Foleys Sidney Remedy has re stered health and strength to thous audsof wakrun down people Contains no harmful drugs aud pleasant to take Kentucky Fair Dates ysperryvUleAugi Danville Aug 44 days mSpandfordcoHendersonGeorgetown July 27 =5 payS I Madisonville g1st3SdaYJ v Winchester August 3 4 days Blue Grass Falr exingtpn August 9rB days Taylorsville AugustaO 4 days Uniontown August 1O5 days Irawrenceburg August 174 days ieitchfield August174 days Bnrboursville August 183 days Brodhead August 13days eShepherdsvlfle taEwingalShelbyvifleSpringfield August 254 days poLondonFlorence August 254days- PrankfortAugut 13daysnoHardinsburg August 313 days acTompkinsvilleSeptethber Fern Creek September 1S days Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September 73 days Monticello Septem6er ii days bGla3gowftSATESEPTEMBER 13O DAYS A Card TbIsis to certify that all druggists are authorized torefund your money if TPoleys Honey and Tar fatla tto cure your cough or cold It to- hecoughheats ps t the lungs and pre Ivents pn tim on ia and consumptio Contains no opiates The genu n is lray0 18 J cij t fBI1 Billy Eady4r well known neg r porested Wednesday Afternoon on warratts frdui the circuit eoui charging him witb converting property not hIS own to his own use Five indictments fiacji charging the same offence were found against him by the recent rapdJury Bill is not a stran ger at tie jail neither iis he unknown on the records at the pan itentiary at Frankfort Be has on at lersfc two occasions served time in Utbwotse jail of all1 while to get at thQ exact number of times he has been a guest att the local institution would require much figuring IA Jew years ago the negro turned over anew leaf joined a church and was baptized The same even ting he broke into someones house and was arrested The court was inclined to be lenieut with him beleiving thdt his re cently found religion had not had time to properly percolate through his cerebral convolutions and let him off with a light sen tance Since that time uutil his present trouble he has not Sg urad in any of the courts Leb anon Enterprise If yon desire a clear coniplexio take Foleys Orino Laxative for con stipaton and iypr trouble ns it wt andtborovg1ily what eeryone peeda in the spring order tq feel weel I the 1909 Days of Legal Holiday The year1909 will be rather an unusual one in that two of the legal holidays fnllon Suuday The Fourth of July and Decora tion Diy are those which fall on the Sabbath and the observant of which will be in a sense diff erent from most years Jist what will be done in regard to Memorial Day observance is riott known but its is quite certain that the preceding Sturdy or following Monday will be set aside for the observance If thisi Isdn wih Memorialf Daytbe year 1909 wHl have four doub e holidays as Christmas and New Year both Fill on Saturday Hoarseness bronchltR otber rtbIatby Foleys Honey and Tar as itsqothes lndbronchialnate cough dlaappeaist InItiii n having the gennlne Foleys Honey and Tar c S Lebanon Woman Dead a =Lebanon Kv M y4lMrs Mary Ann Abell one of ilia oldest and best known citizens of Lebanon died suddenly last night Shis survived ty One daughter Back From J rusalemI Rt Rev Edinond M Oorecht Abbot Gethspmani who has beenin Jerusalem and the Holy Land durhg tim pest two nths on a special mission for e Order ofTrappists has returned Father Gbrechb brought with him the chief of the Trap ist Orders whose headquarters are in Rome He will he monastery in Nelson countyg and also the therlnstitutions isor c1 th anti th 1embers unty will give him apa rdcnhsr ly cordial reception Bewacc of Ointments for Ca tdrrh that Contain Mercury surely destroy the and completely de lasmercurywm system when enter j mucous surfaces never be used cept on prescriptions from repu ble physicians from reputabl phy Jisssibly derive from tnnm RalPH Catarrh Cnrei nianufacture by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 containsi mercury t and is taken internally ting directly upou the blqod and ucuous surfaces ofthe ysteni In jbuying HalLa Jatarrh Ci re be sure you get the genuine It iii taken in ternallyaqd made in Goledp Ohio y FJ Cheney Co Testimonials ee b iITakestipation The cattiebarn at the Shelby vine Fair Grounds was desioy ed by fire on the morning of May 14 causing loss of uboul l1500 with som6 InsuranceI Mr Richard p Owen aped seventy one years died at Shel by vftle from iinjuries received iin a faUingbipgcovnthio a cel 7lJarl at his Jome His foot slip ed and his head struck tbtf step causing a fiucl 4e of the Itskull He vs a well known man ancfaIjJUtwfederate vereranL Chincra Itfea or Uovcrnment Herb lis 55itt Jdcnof pro perlt in a nation Wl cii tit sword is ru tj fheplowi ljr h the r1L11s p hiiy the irrannrles full tlie Htiw vf the torimit worn down and tlioso of tho hiw rourr jrrsifig prawn wliun tlf t r go afiui tthe baker on ly rebn hautl the m r1 of Ic teisdrJiv lu tlieir Own rniTlati tthen the emiifrc well pavoiMPd tGetting Ready For Him Dearest vrtt 1ltl vour r1 llion whyn you told him lured you I dclnf t siiy nuytiltirr Harold I1tllhO1lt over to tho iciunaslu and armiiKCt 1tttn tonrie of boslut kssnnsIitburg Pr 9 JGreat men ore they 10reC Mm spiritual Stronger tinn anymnterhi fyrec Unjc ou1 Clws Milk For Foas Cows milk Is often used with advnn Ing6 In fouling fuah iys 6raiiKt Ju r Farmer Foal KufferliiK from cJlSINU pur cannot nlwnys take solid food sat iSsfuctorlly and may be nurtured on ovs milk Tin foul may bo tmtjhf tto drink by nourltig jt uK the grah feed The young Milujft ents tho mots retied feed and bv tljiplng the pan soon ienrjis to drink the separated milk To Keep Up Fertility Unless the farmer Is prepared1 to brv commercial fertlllzors he niuttma manure on his farm add must tlfcre tore JiCrp some kind of live stock hear lug some fair riflstlon Ifi numher to the slye of his farm Remedy For Mange In Pigs ns11 thtJItI thoroughly with pr cent sqlutfoil of eronllh or otjiei crn1 tar nj diift and epent etVrj cthf r tiny fr three or tour times 11tcnrIn penitent arc the wl- rtnrl4h Pornnrtl j Rheumatic Ptamt t r My mother is ta great suf ferer from rhqumatism and Dr Miles Anti Jin Pills is th only remedy that itelievtis hertMRS G DAV5NPORT Roycefield N J The pains of rheumatism are almost invariably relieved with Dr Miles AntiPain Ems They also overcome that nervousirri tation which prevents sleep be cause they sootliethervcs To chronic suffers tHey are invalu able Witch taken as directed they relieve the distress and save the weakening influence of pain which so frequently pros trates Manysuff ters use them whenever dccasion requires with the greatest satisfaction why npt you They do not derange the stomach nor create a habit VVhy not try them Get a pack age from your druggist Take it According to directions and if iit does not benefit he will return your money tSSs L sIJIIrewwuMn0MtfIt r VV Tiltff10f fE I i TnSSOHSIH OFrRESij t WRITE JOV ADDRESS BOWLl G GREEN BUSINESSUNIVERSITY 2 00000000000 000000008 g JgJg 1 8 g TFansleBILS8 r LOng i Distance Telephone ig 2 Fo Rates apply to LocalI Manager Cilifiberlafidr Telephone Tolgraph C nipaiii INCOlliOKATED L8 QH oooJ McGABE GUMMINS l DEALERS IN 1I Straight Kdiltucky Whiskies We ship Whiskey from 4 to 10 years old iIIi at 2 25o 400 per gallon Orders from Xezituclcv filledl from our Indiana house11 I s jj- We also carry It tock II t t i Pure blackberryrand rapewme per alr j225 2StI J 1 jjAddressalordersto ii McCABB CUMM1N i r 325 West MarKet Stt LOUISVILLE KY iii- iVvwwvvwwtww vvfcvwwivv vwv i Women Sufferf Itarduiformorethanmitten relieve headache from backache pain in the side and dizziness TAKE CARD UIJ37 If Will Help You ITrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa lia writes Car3ui cured pIe after doctors and everything else had failed I had ben suffer 1decidedsathata l CarduilwButlwhyAT ALL DRUG STORES You Will Need an oil StovS RrehistoVo Jlguimoth where eXfI When kitchen fire is the time try New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Marvelous how this does awty kitchen discomforts cool jkeeps the comparison tions when fire burning l JNEWPfIFECTION Wick Blue FIDe Oil CcoMtovei- s the only oUstove built with CABINET TOP for holding plates shelves6hwhichtdbamnrFittedsimplicity and convenience Made intthree siz swithor without Cabinet Top If not your dealer write our nearest agency E 1nLam hJUCha The 1 tamp as tsrevery one wants some enough for the parlor strong enough fQr the kitchen camp or cottage bright enough for eyery occasion If not with your dealer our nearest agent IStandnrd OU Company lacorpoimled MAMJIiOTH riiisIThe Experts Who Pro pect and DIff Kop Creatures miners Xr experts who know wh6rc to prn e ct for mum inoths Und how to 41g Ihjssiri ont even as the mining engineer knows to prospect for and how to tractIt In tho vet In Alaska and In Slho rla mammoth miners are alvaja iit They are always uu tithlng creatures that died 100000 years agd warm days and the mike- cookinaburdcnthen i to a It tqve stove with how it room in th condi the coal was The a with hand write sllvfcr work AHardOrs l MraNuvop jlenshrkl I you get a v letter Mrs BloodgoatWriio one whore you askqd jnJfe tUi SQur btshIny heuse party Mrg Kuvonf Reash13iQctIy Mrs BjoqdgoQtl Xo I didnt t it Cincinnati Enquirer IBled Him HeYes thC rosII bird nl SII BIfHl Im surrrisrd to i ir ycu iBIn He Who says Its slaw yTli y tookl away my clrculntinamPdUim = T ZEat What You want of the food you l Kodol will digest 1ILifc Jr L You need a snfiQcleijt amount ofIgood wholesome foand more this you need to fully digest It Else you cant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach If it is weak You must eat In orderto live and maintain strengtli You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a tIme ient amount of food regularly Pt this food must bo digested ar Itmust bedjgested thoroughly Wlen the stomach caht do it ycu tusttake something that will hc1J ftfe stomachIv j iiq proper way to do is ta tat what you want and let Kodol di gest the food nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it needs help you must helpit by giving it rest and Kodol will dotnat b f r Our Guarantee ti- i iiIGo to your rugglstitolrrpurchase dollar bpttk aDd it ypm + can honestly say that youJBd aotr jfreceive any benefits from It ttV 4 using the entire bqtthvtth drac 1jgist will refund your mosey to yew without quesfion or delay We wW pay tbdru pdou of the bottle purchased yo r This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but OM Vift ffamily j We could notaford jo make nek an offer unless wepoiiitireiy loiewr Iiwhat Kodol will dp for jtau J Y It would bankr9k1L SThedoUrbott1e on4nm2Ues as much 3 the JUt o nlxttie t 1 Kodol l is made atthelaborat riM of IL0 ieWitt Co CWcifO IB D BYREDf5pOROSS DRUG STORE i III NOTICEI 1 rq IITo Stockmen of Washington jpdj j iIi adjoining counties l Red Bird Stock Farm or better known as the Jim McETrbT iarmli onehaJf mile frcm Fair Grounds on Bardstown pike t t t tREDBIIDIYt I The jjreaaddle Horse as great a breederin the StateWill te limited tq 25 mares positively no uore uadeir any citcufi t stances All hiving jrpod marcs and wantUo breed to Red Birdbook them a once Wearegotug tcstand lm atf30 You may 4think thahigh hut it is not because jou have void mares stand so much better chance that will do away with common mares i PED1GRELSIrEd l by Cabells Toe Brow 195 ih by Ca bell Lexington first 5 second dam Dorlie q by Elastic horse Mr Pembleton of Elizabethtown the bests judge lathestatetold me lastfallt at Red Bird was the best breederin1iat JJknowledge laidji would soon have A coli bi BoqVbpn King thatstootatGOlast jearand perhapsat 75 xhis season Why gentlermen think of I the greattlood and what a reputation he has worth 830 Red Bird hasthe highest pric COIito sell that iiworth W Red Bird has tbehighest price colts to seil from the tit than any horse I can nention prlcesranging fromllOdUo 1212 NQTicEi V Another horse and his colts wOn the Herd tUnjf last year c UieaNoJt years but he should have bytblstimesoi show horses or highpricedhorses to his credit in fifreyears Ha veym heard of any of hitselling for 200 frdm the tit or frcnr SrOO to 51500 at threeoryears old Np But RED BIRD haj Yesf number of IIcQIt r i Mko Pearl 4039 By MOKO VLCJ f 1 waDileinis 16 harills hiijbt v f r1 dam Little Pearl rr Sby Hinder Thomas 40393 Dam of one trial 220 Sire of 2212damlsoleneDam of Sireof I Littlel PearL A21 S in J 1 i 230 v dam of 1 in2 J3r3 dam Alice Lofaine by Homer 1235 Ss 5S cJ Sire of s 3la2iZ dams of 17 in 14 ham Pickaninny by Limestone Son of War Dance e 5 dam Gehtld Aiinie = Uby Imp Knight of StGeorge f SEASONJ20 y i r Bouncing Canought H 3thil up on horsePEDIGREEdamfiU8 rhie Carar by Canought 1453 v SEASO- N20NELSONa Ii vFIteiGensnau CoacK 16hands high weighs about t i4oJpounds with gpod action and steps good Just the kind fordnm i mares awd mule mares I IinionEENels ii II was t red in Germany by OV AJi man and was foiled in 1900 He was imported to this conn try by SOitmath Bros of Watseka III and isregisterd in the Gersiaaj Hanoverian and OldenburgiCoach Uorsetu4 rook of America He ttassrid by General No 97Xand his flrstclam AvasO tp II rt SEASON t5 S4 1 1BILL GOIDBIE 1 vi The Great Mule Jack Heeedsno explanation becwe Vni los him and haveheard pf him as being dbeedl pdfc f If soViM rue estcol ron earth several of his cpltk Jtfi lK Iselling T lottt to150A2yearoIdsclIng at ThuruiajirwJfe I tfur82 A T fHi V STONEWALbS We hive 0 gItt1ialf inter ttin Stonewallor better fcow asSh Jby Tucrt u 48 heedless for me toy tqeJ1 jpu u yUiafi liavelJMlltlfthei iv r jVGentlemen I cm saY 111 safety ahd aai swrt yoeall avreewith trie that we Have two bfthtt pstn rceding Jacks ii tkciiiitry I notice when weanling thne comtbe best t JIIIIitIft cfther counties ts tfelhas par ou Jlocktp tld Wa JiJair tood mules JacJfSWiJl stand at JSxfor hone ntule4l fwlfir S mules 1Q for jennets ttou V allisi quit C you come d ibe grid jo have you Maresirnde or prted with fOrf 1lctsure u7bcomes due at time of such transaction Lteip r dttM a tseason is paid Mares from distance gruzida reaios1illkipstsfr Mares entrusted will receive our lersonalattetlt ftI sponslbTe for accidents or esctpes Thanking you all for last years patronage and hoplajrit wil increase this Respectful JL f yarDD BKERj