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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b 4 0 1 t r ticwit 1EYWIxtYIli JIl 2i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY i KENTUCKY MAY 27 1909 t tttJ w r61 I tip IRPgTl- t t PRACTICAL fitiTISTOcc oer sa A er At D price L1= 1t IJ DIECTOHY- f itis1IE4D at 1 yt to C Jrtj 5Iail H4tt1- awItt C 9 iuti1e fr- o1v1Us o Br tewi brB k b1 4Waiy1flt lairtb1 jL M aIctt1Lri jtrICt IIak telegraph and elcpBe troI aufitr ils1b1 7IIMoI 1JOQ p9t1at0u Qf Z4besssattIye Coretrl Bon DrI1ansa34loItowYi LatiUT Ja et1tCkLe is W G McChord T t ye IR State Sea c 1Io- ar M Gyrl YMt CULbtliY1Ie Ki Dlrectj r CtZCUIT COURT ctritcMrtHci the fortk Mf yiIk r1 May tOCt0 1Jt T1NzaJ igs- 14aioawtlth At I eC1trk aiterC0r tL i gUARTRV 1OULT lcrfatw4 etIk tklrd 1 lil ec oth rMeit ridie OUXTT OU T tQrthonty Cu4Ct Wt tHy I t4Ck wtQt1tkI t i ttt4t1J le W4i Ir Coti1tY Clerk r rL xay Cty4ttoIne7 U4 cge CttLettJitt11 1t brieSdff KAa U IM U1eJliilIDc Mef ILMoore Ccmmtjl Surf ejor i4Jt taj A5seior V TicfceH DePtY XrtXoeoT taarer iX XI e JorbUeT 4UPL r mm B tLi PO Sprlqlekl 4 I v 4CITY COURT iai L NtPoUce 3i1geL- jeGraceIarshaI I rrGrlgsby City Atiornej JUSTICiCOURT I3itee CrlS are held in January j TTAP Ua 1 Q tJr Church Directory KETHQisT CHURCH ItT S King Pastor Ser v1erySuday tIL a m ani pm 31e rySUIIciy atItiaiT SppJIg everY WLdJlesda 1kti V CATHOLIC CHURCH jeTOPI Henmessav Pastor Sei- iiyii rrerr Skji lay at 8 and 10 oclocJ- afpvt SerrlcM af St Rose same JIOHM ifusBTTERIAN OHURCfi Bev B E Or Lawson Pastor LI4 eTry Snadayat 11 ain itfittTp Sunday cliool ev rj 5 i yt 10 tp Prajcj B f etir ivTkl1idftY evEJiID6at7 otr- 4 I 3kPTIaI CHURCH g iey W HrriIOnWi1liam Pato 5ezchingeverv Suntay t iaia 1jS Sunday Scliool eves r nifeetiat a Prayer iYTedIL cvenipsrit745bcloc j p CHRISTIAN CHURCH J Pev yr R blfj Fator i v Ices Irst akr WfrtbTSundaj Sunday frJ- UI1Jt1 J vJl PraterHaI Order ililrtKiCLbixiK SpriuKfleia lod r Ti s titr fir t and third Mood v jLekmlHtf J irackM toaK JL Cbaptcr No SteTKraecoJ1d Tuesday 1 9VdRgit1d Council t4o32 seetiin krtearthMonday xxx i oMHK XAcnxs Meet v 1H Y tt tt tx it each mo P t i F0LEYrst zllONtYuTAflj I I t Iblifihiflal UXAi1YE1NIh remedy vm4d tlwot d fr Iws w kie6ebc a4Ss7bd7 aevrys rhsiun0 Y T a J v r w v j c 1 1IIE 1W3 WS=IKEADi f 1 J 1OBSERVATIONS IIj DECORATION DAY May 30th the ayon which decoration day is usually observed will fall tfaisyear on Sunday In some places in the county it will be observed on that day while in Others it kill observed on the preceding Saturday or the fol lowing Monday The prcgram arranged for the day is always ofan educational nature The decoration of the graves of de- r patted heroes and the marching of the battle scarred veteransjs Iculatecl tctonspire oatriotism iu young hearts The addresses on the occasion are reminiscent and historical and much benefit is derived by those who listen as well as by those who speak A special feature of the day in most places is the exrcisesby- the children consisting of pa tri 0 tic recitations and Nationar songs These exercises are not only entertaining to visitors but patriotism is thus instilled into growing minds from their very im fanc7 Some years ago decoration day wasobserved in Sprinr field each year with prograijn appropriate to the cccasion but of late years the practice has discontinuedl 1 tOr COUNTY HIGH ScHOOLrThe new school law provides that Within two years after the passage and approval l of the act theresbal be established by tfie connty board of education of etch county one or more county high schools Provided there ia not already existing in thevcoun ty a hJgh school oltbe first class i ifsijcb high school already ex ists and if the county board i may be able to make such an ar rangement with the trustees or board of education of said big i school as will furnish to the pupils completing the rural school course free tuition in said high school then said high school may be considered as maetmg the purpose of this 1law without the establishment by the board Of another high schooll lrhis law makes it tHe duty of the board to see tQ it that there is a high school in he ountyJ within the time prescribed by the act where pupils wbo- have completed the common school course may receive free tuition It iis not a matter that iis option lwith the board wbqpber there is finch a school provided or not but the aCt makes it imperative They can however where there is a high schcol already existing in the county wbifchimeiets thei demands make arrangements With the board of trustees of that school for thAattpndat1ceof- p pilS who nave completed the common school course The establishment of a high school vould necessitate considerable expenditure of money in making thenecessary improvements and providing the necessary teach ers As tbe umber of pupils who complete the common school course is very small the need would not justify so great an expense As there is already a aijfrb School of the first class in the county the most economical cl1Tsewo 14 be to arrange with the board of thn Graded School for the attendance of high school pupils in it This wu16- 3lso give the bes results as the itandard of tbaGradpd School is higher than ccuid bp hoped far inural High schoolsJIf thus tim arrangement withj Graded Scbbol is the cheaper both from a financial and educa tional standpoint The erluca tional qualifications of the teachers in the Springfield Graded School ire equal to auk n the state all hold state cer tificates and mot of them hold degress from some well known nstitution ofJlearning A high Isohool unless jt has the necessa rv number of qualified teachers exists as such only in name and is more of a detriment educationally b lltbeIl tEvety schol pannot re made ahih- seJtool not can jnany high schools be established in the county withouti majberiallf llesst ening the etandjird The union Of the entire county in support i Jo qgo dschwJwill aid ma tonally inthe uPbuildig of thu dIi1 atipnalRndard Ofthecoun ty tood Friend1wontSJi a l eda cough medicin again ilcnpw wbat to get declares Mrs AIi Alley of Beth Me for after ing tnbottes ot Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its ex cellent results in my own family BUd others I am convinced it is made for qoughs Co11 and Jung trou1le 1 Every one iwho tries tIt fqsls just thattl way Relief is felt at ode and its quick cure surprises you Tor Bronchitis Asthma llemdrhage Croup LaGrlppe Sore throat pan inthechestor lungs its supreme 50c nd1OOrTria1 bottle free Guar aranteed by the Haydon and Rob erts Jan Horton Killed rc Dan iljortcm aged about 40 years who has figured in many troulDles that have occurred dur the pastquarterof a century in the seoCion where he lived mt death Saturdayafternoon short ly after seven oclock in tba manner that friends had often told him vvniud be his fate He was shot and in tantly killed by bjs nephew William Shipp the 19 year old son of the late Kph ert Shipp The tragedy ppcarr dat the home of Charles Shipp in Taylor county about thrie and a half milts from Flnley Will and Charlie Shipp are tro theis The former is unmarried and lived With the later In the dimculty Will iShipp was seriously cut across the right cheek by Elmer Horton the fifteen year old son bf Dan Hqr tqn who was with his father at the time he met death From the best information that can be gathered lit seems Shipp killed Hoitoh in self defense Therjubie which terminated in the tragedy Saturday evening began while the two men were in Campbellsyille that dayA yodnger brother and sister of theShipp boys have been mak ingtheufctaae with Hort h for sometime past Saturday Wilic Shipp met BTor pn and told him that he had secured ajgood hpme for the two children Horton expressed a willingness to let the girl leave his home but stated that he would not give up the boyv Shipp insisted ndj said tat if h eds be he would resort to thn courts to secure pOS SSIOOof both chil4ren This greatly angered Bortoii Hor tontitia said was drinking heavily when he returned home that evening Be had trouble at home and later aiming hims with a shotgun and accomp anied by his son Elmer left for the hpme of Charlie Shipp Soon dfter arriving there he en countered WiUShippand draw ing his gun attemped to shoot him Sbipp however like a flash drew a 45SmihjS Wesson and tired five times Death was instantane uSElmer Horton who only a short istfLt ce away rushed at Shipp with a knife andl in attempting 10 slash hiIthroat cut a deep andugly wound across the cheek Shipp itos idran toward the house to avoid young Horton ands he did so the boy picked up his fathers gun and shot at bini Lebanon Eeterprise t Everybody is likely to have kidney and Qladder trpuile In fat hqarlyt everybody has some rouble of 1his hind That is the pnly reaaOnwhy ytfii soo ten hav pains in the back aud groins scalding eehsation urir nary disorders tcthats your kit j nays The UJ thing to do Jsto get- someof De Witts Kidney and blafl derPills right away T koItthem for a few days Or a week or so and thistooway nJe QUs and pSSibly serious aitnipts hey are perectJy hflrmtees anarTjoJya in quic kly by their beali property Snd yOur name toF C DeWitt Co ChicaI go for a free trial box They ate sold hereby the Red dross PI i arm Painfully Injured j LaStidaywhuleat work on the roof cff Mr Ivq Carneys re idence Mr John Clements sus tained quite a painful accident A ladder u pon which he was standing and which was fasten brpkelooseslide Jor terra firma The fall Itself would not prQbably have resulted in anY8 injury as the distance from the roof to the ground was only a few feet but 4nslidijg down the roof his hand a Caraeincontact with a piece off tie and a gush several inches j long and very deepwas he reJtsult His left arm also I bundle cf tin and a gash almost to the bone resulted requiring Ithe attention of a iphysician for several days While Mr Clem tnis was unable to work for a Jew days afterthe accident the wounds ai e healing satisfactorily and he is ni able to be at work Marion Falcon Lived 152 Years Vtn PaiT Englahds oldest fnIp arried the third tiraq at 120 edinteflelclstill 432 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James vVCirigt 04 SpurlockKy shows how to remain yoiogcI feel just like a sixteen J earold boy he writes after taip ing six bottles of Electric Bitters jFor thirty years Kidney trouble jmade life a burden but ihe fir tbot Itie of this wonderful medicine onavinced me I had found the greatest cure on eat tb They re a gJ scndt t to weak sickly rundown dr old peo pie Trythem 50ce Haydon l Robertson Drugstore t Kentucky Fair Dateso daysPerryvilleAug Danville AugJ4days Standford July 313 days Henderson Tu1y275days c Georgetown July 27s days Madlsonville Augnst35 dayscWinchester August 34 days Blue Grass FairLexingtonr Angus t 96days l Taylorsville August 14 days Uniontpvfi August 1O5 days Lawrence burg August 17r4 das Leitchfleld August 174 days Bnrboursville August lS3dls Brodhead August 183 days ShepherdsvUle August 183 da s 1Ewin1f August 193 days t Shelby ville August 25liays Springfield August 25 TQaysj it London August 254 days t Florence August 2tdays FrankiortV August 13days Hardinsburg August 313 daylLi f TpmpkinsvilleSeptenilter Ir5 days FeriijQreek September 15 days BardstCwn September lr4 days Hodgenvllle September 73 days 0 Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 dny SAT 1ArR LOUSYILLEJ l SEPTEMBER 136 DAYS Vr 1 ShortHoneyGrop The Rath County World is authority for thestatement tbat thepast fall and winter has beens very harden bees One of theo largpst bee keepers in Bath county says the severe droutbw last fall practically stopped the fall honey flow and that fully twenty pei cent of the bees inm lthis eutirej section perished Jpe consequence ReyII W Williams Let fcr Rev TW Williamson Hugting tony WVa writes This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney is Remedy for nery on exhaustion and Ikidney Jroublc and am free to say that it will do all that you claim fur tj t Foleys Kidney Remedy hasrer stored health and strength to thdus atids of weak run down people Contains no harmful l drugs ands pleasant to take SIs Some Good Ones Sapi C Mackin during the past week sold to WiSKing of Greensburg N 0n pair of nicegeldin closely mated for 70J BQthgeldings were sited by Chestnut Dares ownld+ by B fjfsaddle gelding to 0 Gregg of Brazil Ind for 3o land a j cowbned geldinij ito Jeianey j ai1d11Murphy of Chicago Ill ior 250 Ijfebaiion Enterprise jj A timilcrI f s aprctty hard thing p accomplish when your blue bilious and out QfI sorts There Ss a sure cure for all kinds of stbqiach and liver corn pliints constipation and dysp psiBt JBaJlatds Herbine is mild yet abac iuttJy effectivein all c seft 1 Price 50 cents per bottle Sold by the Red Crossfirujf Store FOnSALEA rgistered Du roc Jersey gilt IS mouths old E Lr DAyiSoN 1 4 r Lumber for Sale v 1 vy f j We have for sale abontr65CpQ feetof sealTone Poplar and Oak framing iumbetvat Frederick town tSplt j Hardeij Schoolhouie t Practically all of the tobacco ground has been broken in this naigb bor hood and is being work edl1wn ad ina short time the pl JthrivingdiMiss Bele Sardin visited her Aunt Emma Yancey pf Midway Sunday Mr ani Mrs Ivan Crow and son Master Theo of Tatham Springs spent Sunday with Mrs Crpws pa enlsMr and Mrs Tj Trent Kev Hamelton 6f Louisville a bright young ministerdeJiyor tdf an iuteresting s rmonat New Hope Sunday to a large congregation He will preach at New Hope againthe 1st Sunday in neHeIs certainly a bright and attractive speaker nd we urgeailthat can to at tead the June meeting Mr Walter Lews wife and little son A D were in Spring tield MondayN Mrs W S Y Goodiett spent ne day last week with her daughter Mr a i1 Goatley of Valley Hilla Mr Russell Hardin attep5ed urch at feiv Hopy Sunday 1l llJcloseworry the readers with such a string of no7senseJjtfl1 I toys Will Be Boys Jaiid are always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds Dont neglect such things dofltApcording to directIonsrIglt away and will relieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 25c SOc and 100 Sold by Red Cross Drug Store rj A OtW aTxt1ry-r rlj 0 AManhattan pudding is ooeI 1 my own special Sprinkle pni5 quart of ivspberries with one cupful of sugar cover and let stand two hours Mash squeeze through cheesecloth and add one upful of cold waier and lemonjuiceto taste Turn the mixture in a brick mqld Whippne pint of heavy cream useiig a DOVer eggbeater and add one half cupful of powdered ugar one haff tablespdohful f vanilla a fewgr ins of salt and two thirds of a cupful of alnut meats cut in smalbpieces Pour the cream mixture over the fruit mixture to overflow the old Cover with buttered pap r buttered side up lit on tbe cover pack in tiqely crushed ice aud rucksuit and Jet stand three and one half hours Womens Home Gompaolon for June A bivinSi Skeloton the final condition of any child that has yrortns if it Uses Think of having something t in your stomach nat eats all you take as nourish ment Nine tenths of the babies have tfot ms may be yours has Be cert in thcLtit has not l y gjivingit Whites Cream Vcrmifugeit et pels all worms and is a toaic t for the baby Price 25 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store LEBANQN LOCALS Fcrnthe Falcblm A warrant wasawprn put yes terdav for JamesTudder It jis charged that in a difficulty with 1he Spaiding near the store at Spalding ford he assaulted him pith a tobacco stick Mr SaId ing it is said js quite painfully injure The troublel occurred Wtdrkesdayafternoon Tho in iufed man was attend by Dr Smock The memorial windows whichj fonia part of the extensive im proveinens to be made att St Augustinos church during the present year are now being placed ij jpsitibn They are 7erf handsome and will be inI keepjjig with the ther improve ments to be made Father Ho garty has laborr d long and faithfully tosecure the improvemonts andj when the workisalLcom pled this church wUh be as handsocie as any edifice in the state Tl1eonly marriage licens issued from the county clerks office this week was one to Thomas Nalyfo farmer aged twenty three of Washington county and Miss EuLilia DOvns of the ChiCago vicinityTheywero mar f ned at Chcago by FatW War nerjori Wednesday i Mr T F Osborh dfedat his home on High street in this city Wednesday eveniug May 19 1909 at 815V of stomach trouble Mrs Susan Bowtnan widow of Jibe Jate John 0 Bjwman died at her houe on the Cissell River pike last Friday morning fiomi illness resulting from a Stroke of paralysis wtiioh he received sow time ago dJbOI the home of Her mother Mrs Sarah attiugJy near Sulphur Springs last Saturday of coh sumption 1 he funeral Cervices WQie conducted at St Augds tines church Sunday afternoon ana the burial was in St Augus tilesi cemetery u After an illness af several t months duration of cirrhosis fI the liver Mr Saw Roberts died at the dome of bis mother Mrs Ellen Rgberts on High street last Friday afternoon May 14J 1909Tie deceased was born a1 Holy Cs ia this county twenyslx yeSrs agov + lrwtrT P Taylor whjle atl a bone pn Spaiding avenue last Saturd y fell from t a ladder anidx suffered a very painful injury iuiheankle of his sight leg Ppriunately bones were brokeo but he lras been able to get about since only byE the afdbf cratches A Happy Falhbr IB soon turned to a sad one if he ha 0 walk the floor every night with a Crying baby McGees Baby Flixir will make the child well sdoltbes its t nerves induce healthy normal t slumber Best Ifor Disordered bow els and sour stomachall teething babies need it Pleasant otake urA and safe cbntasns no harmfu drugs Price 26 and 50 cents per bottle Sold by R d Cross DrugI Store Special Term1 of Courts Governor Willson has ap pointed McKenzie Moss ofI Bowlinjar Greeo special judge Of the Marion circuit court to try the cases ol the COmmonwealth of Kentucky against Mueller Wathen Co Mr Moss was here yesterdsy and arranged to hold the special term beginning June l4A jury was drawn from the wheell ard will t once be summoned to jierve at the trial Mr Moss is the present nomine fpr circuifc judge on the Republican ticket in his hone district jEnd is said to baa very able lawyerLebanon Enter PriseI J Kills to Stop the Fiend The worst foe Lot 12 years of John Dey of Gladwin Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctor over 400 without benefit Then fiuckr lens Arnica Salve killed the nice and cured him Cures FeverSores Bolls Felons Eczema Salt Bherim Infallible for Piles Barns Scalds CUb Corns 2ic atHaydonitna Rrbertson Drugstore ti 700000 Acres of Land lobe Opened Washington May 22tresi dent Taft todayissued a proda mation providing for the open lug up to settlement and entry of abpit 440000 acres of land in the Flathead Mont 200000 id the Jpear dAlene Ida band be tween 50000 and 100000 in the Spokane Wash reservations Registration whiqht will corn c I CghsItoral Often a single 4ose at bedtime com 1 control the cough Good for anY one with akior cough I Good for easy cases hard cases good for acut WS tchronic cases Ask your doctor to ten you bonetly and 1frmldy just what he thinks of thi old StZndemdY aIohoLin thiscougb me I M iO Iazyboy Aft active brain dmnds n adtIIy liver makes a ittmorboys md1s than Aycs PillS MkYOW 1Ot0C4bottbtIfl v mence on only 15 anaclote A gust 5 must be nxebulieS fJM sworn to ateilher kaiispell ror Mis pula Mont furitbe Flat head lland j att ISpokan for feSpokane land and at our dAlene for the lands in the Qoeu r d Alene feser vatiion e Applications for registration must be delivered through the JjrlAleoe which wig be title ppfut of drawing for All three reserya tiorisThedrawlqg r will begin at t6 oclock Augist 9t and i1Cb titiue until comriietea Thetim for making entries has beenlxd as April 10 1910 for all reservations u order to enable the sue cessfuit applic cfa to make per sonal investigation uf the lands which will besub3ect tpentry ACard fRhis is to certify ifisaJ all dcugei U are authorized to refund your mocj ifjFoleya Honey and Tr fails tn cure yout cough or cold it stdp the cough Jieals the lungs ana prevents pneum on la and cbrisBmptlo CofltaipH jna opiates The ffe Hinei I iyOl litr V oj An Appeal for J Homeless 5laikritn 1tNoV that the warniiiuuinisr das are alrnostnpon n itioab s6luteiy necessary to nacoin ry homes jfir the babiei jrht are in the receiving home pf the Kentucky Obilbrens Borne Sor jiptrt Bverjj parent knows how M ntial itis that babies should be kept cool nnd comfortable mtbe summer and bON important itis that they getoodpureilk Their lives tiitvery depend up We have nine babies tfrorri two months old to a ear4nd a Half and we earnestly hope to place each one ini good cpupitry home witnin the next few weeks Niey arp bright sweet babies and will bring sunsbiae wberi t ever they go v A There are thirteen oangirls from eighteen month up to jtfve years attractive happy lit Jj tie folks who would1M easy to train They are jlast at the axe when childrfenlare taqst respon sive to kindneee and affection 9 We also have two fiatera Aged ten and four respectively atwl heir litte btheaged seven wbome we would like to place InI tho same home if poaible They as good children as we have 4 1strf r WQliI4 them However ifws cann t find a home for all threefor8tb IerI one willing to take thrsisters We 3 also have larger childeiK We f only place our children iahomJ where the moral ad socialI at mosphere is of the b tjaitdtf good references ari alwaf required J Any pne desiring V jio good j work in the world l1dat be isame time gain the traeet plaM nre will do t fell to Jtpplf for a child to THE KBNrucrsf HOME SocthiY r 1036 Baxter Aye f jiouisyille Ky f t Early MaturityIii wiw ThIS Is an eieslugiy d1rsble qi 1 try in most JHtW purtkiMiiriy true In bogs If ttw prlns pltfi c be madtto grow nipklljr llay oti the right klid of flesU and tat and be mitr keted ta the fail ttij proSt to rt19 be considerable Must of tM growtk and weight are put on while p 1It1j pasture lU nvillauk Thta ixSlblet secure fcaU at ft tt7ifw dgure Breed like PanCt Ik sex Thin Rind Smell YorkiWre etc ir ktlmntf farM Wii eit J The low wbigi wigo k a jvtl- ug a t on the farm lt Tbq study Qf80US Ime the I 1PM step tQward succew s f 4A The poor road wikei dWA 57 4 farm Crops exj enIVe There J nothtnB qItt E1I5 t I cline englrIs lor VI44 KVr Taking care of kfttttlttf 4 land to insuring ftrtar rirIn all kinds of farmiag petf COIIIIII 0nly when We gwr 1l ft Jiijm KlmbaUs DaIryairnier 4 Corn lliP4t Hi Da not be afnild ttof IdNI NfI4I fInjure hop Make ft tW aMa at at the siimfUiM do aot tpthat plg must bare aotot hl I a Itlttlet t ey beEuR will pp 7 t Sr3- MucoIM1MiC N5W NOthNE Is- befter thiul clovee patrS Csri gage l 9 for a sacealiot k D4 weit cured clover hay win bt eteti grpMnr by growio pIgi Oranfe Jodd FHirtMof IL1 t = 4JjI J 6Jiji JT It 4 JiI i be bess a fr 5adrAwback to the fsr Igrai1i be 1 i fj1r2i 4JrtlMUHpitIMMl1titl s a es- 4e r peolatfOtbradiT- he buiuie et JJfnOOtdl aM Ma y J 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pita lad all his money H bgdhfC 1ugtobcoo LUth 1iptr storiM the farm btospeakas thMni hardai1g aj trsss tkbis krJ f rH Fir + IsMt I vbriaginf tWnfi wboeedticaUa has j sgLectd in agdeja ttrs in touch with the 1qjq invettifti IM IIftsrj4with tMwM arep- tet l1r J tsscMgs s lb- ths woak beps at te fy iZ I1zhundredsmen to ad the uISitriculture tht thsy Easy gs iiJ QfbetaD llttat Y11aJfv tbe 1iwugu oJto 4Jptotbee tMi lIyo sa SaItake MSJs tIa4ait4 Iyr stfmutatheslyceais ir4at ery tai or4 fsIis- ncre tkr at 7okysMosyaad u Ii adathe 1e4 trVk tubes aa b- avI te g nias Psqs- asTa I I Ass t ta Rwmodlad U 1wjLrv R 8Pksak Rat- hbsJr i1L A pale fae iki oa mj IS Corner asy 1iis assi bif proving prOps1y ad paying pasture aspnt MoitiN N rwlpsdsmIsh I r s I UN iisitADR HO FIELD KY DavuTIILY iI5Lw Ljop poti hr4Pvbhi 4I AY 27 9O9 i 4S a = f i Of uit jdfeI H TITtRA ea1tki AttyC I1PL 4tatIveD GRAHAM Ctaiity 3udthE L LITEY Ety ty5a5LyierkW P iXXWL ccIetBOBT1OE Mn w BUSH 3tIiGIO D CATLZTT T1MITCJIFIIL tDLLCUMEuryyorW 0 OBERS y Coontr Leader in oMiiy 4iroi ditA1 in eferrin tio NiwEjzADER I fi4 M Thiri ews- regreLerymiicl tbEdik5r of the MrioE o117 LdThis been induced 4bs akech i J sifttement tios osny eibt tht it bs biiLt r we1o itcon pe ih2 I4e thatan editor i e aenio 5 lie e enjoys that of ikae or pciyiliff of miking j 4Mikiii tt ri1sref ard oi tb ttrtthfJli believe that tbe aitQ of a laejwpapftr1 should L1W ir coolne binMllf to tte ttriLand There can in out be more excu fo r lhroigh he pressthic a it or liing to our tello in tb daily irajks of life 1d4w ttters iPs t tbk the On4 as ibnorabje as 4Lj th oer mcioi th ptherhaut ir lhink th bfl as disrepntable- i1 S2t4other I Tbf ia ixf the only Editors Imwi Pttblisba of therNEWS LLAiJx irekown on theI1 ylPHf of every issue of the paper KSbwiifit of the Marion Count ivrlxsttder if it ia ins prch of truth for iJKit Is willing to accept the itniih that Jas l ba andI Joseph BoiiB are the solfe editors v p blishrs and owners of the NEWSLZADER We wishfur tbf r to gy to the Editor JMv Alarjta County leader that iiiI J af eThrurinan wasreitner pair l 1- cIedisrorpb1isberof the 4we wouic gIdI rd uL th tthe dead df the cbJiiBB for we have never yet V5fe S Nn5ed in any kind olI v buiioewi with any man or set oiI menj whose identity we were kirjlJia lo displose Ti SlTh arccd burg Herald says 9SV T W Barker the leadinigj POjfslej advocate has declared r yU ijatealioii to stand by Sanflev bJja8 the nominee He is a TL dyed lathe wool Democrat arid i w ihoi inj5 lB jndgmf nt The example df tliia Minister ivbplras a Ifeading local option wan rs worthy of emulation It Manifests a liberal mind not Yl irifllng o proscribe a man bt ca iseOf his view on a wholly foreign to politics It i theIsource 6f gratification lDefliocrats who have had weltfare of the party at rfffardlesfcof whether its nomi 1Sr aji etsaid little In regard to the pjUHical race now on Our fight i wilt be made from a Democratic vltandpoirit regardless of the Jitjbgr cmerftion which has riO cplace In politics since it has rifcafV tltled in Washingtcn bFh rote of the people audit- 4i fttfcei question ever comes up ttledagaiu b I vel of the neop1 Iittile approach of the fearful txMjMr pfct at STesehia had not been eye WirBlair bad not been given tbs 1mpd1ng 1anr1hy ntnjnrml atpnoa4iprkttondJUpUK ii Is trw 4 2tvWie JwU been io electrical tension I aW But a general d1ptmjwr ij tbe coIapI4uc of The S rtt eLsuIepUb1e ddiii Wfosht up TIr waa a p5tr aIL boor inerr l the eyq eitUe when tb bd h aM tba eattW e4 Itse-tIOSr OI nef 1odZy t The do s Nabosi at El q Th 4 Mdntyre Quitff t rfurabgr t ounf arrays tedde County Court Monda 4ui Mr ndl Mrs Albert 3yiiiettt Ir 1s ftvMt and Mrs JP ICeene jpevnfc Sunday with Twyman at wfo t Miss JVlArj MjdGil after TV c kks visltf with thQTis litlptyre his returned toliei- aqmaiu BarjJstOwii W1 Bollardttepdedl wn1atSubday r frrnud Mrs Will iSmi hJ 61- ii Loretto spent Saturday and Sunday witih LSO i ilsor and family rS R AIveyudRo fudd made a f1jjg trip ti i r uisiiiIiasSunday 1ftUe Miss Bellah Keefte is v iting herflacdmotLier t i orestVewhis vee Mii J31U011 is 1t sick list Iis Jiera BIahord s i IOuie t ft r spenmn i soyeralI avs with the Mises 1o1itot- nln of pr gfie Mrir and Mrs Cha Jixtent his Sun 4i Wss CIara Euan eerie and Polin Ed len It vell l901WC U e wen i k oIc8 Kidney emedir It toues lip tbeJcldtfe tnd blkd derv puf ifid the blbofly apfS frnstofcs heal h and Sti tigtlii leas iHtiotake andpfltains nQ iiarnitu irugs wtiy ut1omnenyo t dayf FaiViw jtTeMrs Thogis oggess1 ofIlis viitiige horne of Nlr ad ths Jab Tolas i Miss Molii Hines andGeb- MotA attdifded church afe MIL Zipio Sunday and dined wiih Mrs JAV1Hays v V There v5ll be preaicWijg astt New Hope the first Saturday a nd Sunthyi Jue Mr andy N BD1 liver visited Mr and 1 John TqVm Wednesaay r v Mrs F M Carney und her daughter Mrs Ghas Grisbv ancf sbn Grundyrand Mr Richard Oileath the home ofI Mi9 FreiCheatham Thursday Claud and vHarvy vrdm ibf Ictuses wllev attended church jajJ t ZbnS nday iaigit Many weiE jrvotinen haveow beenrestqred to heaith by Fo1e 1dneicmedyasl It sUraulatesithe Ifldneys so they will eliminate the ste jnatter from the Jjlopds Ini pttritieB depress the nervfeB causing aeryQus eehaustion and dtheain f ments Commence today will boon be well Pleasant to takes Litsey Dan Kelly and fumiW visited r J B Reed 3uuday Mr Will Thompson Sr has tnOvdtq Sterling ihpinpon s nd flna1e bisrfotji re home w uhhnn iyr Mr and Mrs David jatsey of 4ipringfield spent Sunday with Judge HJJ Litsey Misses Ellen Gregory Haryey Vahar dale jaitMi Retd ar 4 Mr Lucian Gregory attended jhe Strawberry Supper at SpringfieliJ Thursday evenjrig Mr Lanham of Fenwickvisit ed friegds here Saturday and attended the bail garnt James Moran Jr was in olir midst Saturday and also atU nd ed the hall game M and1mSpraagfield Monday Mils Blise iDtirrett is visvttng riends at Spriagfi ld thfe k Mr EdU CrduJBh Hoiner H ughan4 Anthony Baker of Wiltisburg were here Saturday Many farmerjMpplc advantage IbT the tcrbdcco seasPn and tnanj set ouib their entireprppT flstingipi3Saturday and played tKe Ii sey team Thevlcaa Tcofaiideut iIIyiclory stp4 yere Accompanied byamrge crowd of rtiofcers vvhd p loftea had cheeredj oidSprih Belda d helped them tp vin jigfieidinbatinvindiblQ team met their Waterloo aVthe 1dLUrubing thfe have had QXmin JB 4eti4 thcni tor ditny a day wt of tiieir b i pitche rs u trip atte I oyer b fteldr and th entire ie m seemed as mre cniidred i0 the hftti4v of the Lit sf V IfttfSprs RrntriQic whose beauti ul CfaflIfe physique Tiemtndfidne of old Oy rYOting as fir t sefifeinTto o the twirl iugforiSprtngue1cJ Hfsbaniti JulrQur es yj9re sobn ioun4 hut hfji backers thyugnt be would sa nsettie dow u to business hut whenthesati3 batters ben to face him tWtteJn the first irinirg l e Springfivld rooters rEaiized jajt spmenhing must be donelATril Keljly and Joe Smith were eenjndfep cdnsufltatuQii and it asdecfdej that Jocko Colvin Locrfid relieve him A Yes this f wonderful pitcher of old wlio had so often turned defeat into ictcfry and won many laurels tor the pringfieldaeam but he reared but little better as 19 niore suns wpr addea tOthp 7 mak log a totaji cf 26 to 14 iu favor tleLiteyIeagu ojHayncs and Pbiihdfa the bat tery wprlr fot the JLitSey league fjuol performed in excellent style as tfanes Showed his great alargethe air1JzIis Bitching Ya 4lm feature of the ame life feceivqd fine support as Vanarsdale In 1ft field ina e many very fine caches lo lli 4 much applause also Crouch incutr as did1j Erighti there with I the goods Hopper whb can always be rUed 4jpon performed in his old time Lutseyat shortvasgrannii i pulled off i many sepsatibnal playsas also did Thompson at third 0 WnrochtVooIvVIndlne Ay dl tlat tIle thread may bttdrawn frqin therip de of the ballisa blshelp to those Who knit or cfochptl Start Xouij ball bj vinfl ingr irr Iqjlg loops jthdthen wnip loose ly over only otie end lettlhsr thy tithe r stick out like a little fuffi When yn ul n1e ready to start ibn the ball pull gently it tIe tuft until It cftihes out iifyour hand and start from that end jj Guard Against Moths t Ond of thefaest and mos used reme tjlcs ts that of hiring flII beating itr jtleles Infested wjlh inoths jyhlcJi lu general nrcv liable to attKk Qniy Kiieli articles a nreput away and left nri disturbed v for n ctfnslderabie i rjod Prom AO until alonSjtoward tin latter part of June Such rirtUlQS should be place l Iii thfli suuaiid 4ired and beat en frequently To Ranpove Creanl Spots Crehav ffpots can easily be remOves from a t iblocloth without jieppssitHtlng I Its being pint away Mr thiS wash by lightly touHiing with household am monia Irtn the spot ovir a clean plqce of white blotting paper t ping MSABELSOHSI csryusHI5i1aS 221 LMarketSt THE BASQUES 3t interesting People WhoAr a Pa zfo Amons Natfbns The Basque provinces in the u Qrth ot Spa1n ahd1thbuh for1cen- unest ztUi tiae tJed to trce1tlx iteafr ortgUroftbe tiepple and hid a Uey to their n agcijtbeyx have failed to osO All othpr kndtvn tongues spoken by the song of men have been shown to possess n common origin traceable lo ttbft Arable uW gqmltlc Rut th BnsnuqiaifRua lius entlroly resisted thej flilio 4lsh In smVaspccts the orn eu1stiQWW traces bf njGhlnespf adiiirxtui In others K Is clear thati fvorfh AjUeflfaU ludlaU termskare ua tlVe tojtv Jt nlso shows truces of barbarh languages spoken oft the east coast of Africa The petopie theriiiselycs bear physi ological traits found la those who speak the jsftld tongues The natiy uarae ot Basfrjueland Is Bskuara nnd theirt jnotto is Iruraebat or Three In One Nor Is their pdjltlcal stru tu7e tiuythlng like that of any known polltlcal body though they bclong of pouise to Spain Each Basque prov Ince Is governed by parliament com posed of representatrrcs selected partly by election partly by lot anipugthe housebdlders of cacti coun try parish pr towns Their laws arees sentlally peculiar to thQniselves arid are cohcelved on no known code either of ancient or racdfaeval times They are a puzzle among natlpns and nuni Uer half a million all toIdNeW York SVoiId j Paper Which Is Waterproof InJapaq there Is a paper made which Is impervious to water being made of bamboo fibers und ct1bItUS mixed with the fibers of the gjiuipl and some other stirubs Thetlbers are IJrst torn apart madedry leaned qnd scraped boiled tkweak lye and thoroughly washed in water a ftop which they aro beaten rfhd then mixed with certain roots made Into a viscous state A solution containing reslu caoutchouc and citinphor is also added A soil of pulp Is thus forme and then mmli Into sheets whlqh arorun through a cafenderitig machine heated to various temperatures TJic result is 4jnt a paper Is produced which Is exceedingly tough light and which may bevvasbed The Japiiupse use It for leather luijta tlofos and India rubber Pathtindorv j N thsrn Australia Australia fne northern territory has a tropl n tilniAst an equatorial1 climate an Mat Is very oneryat lug to thig Its capha frhl inprKWn XoifsJn more Chiiipso than Caucasians The former are the jrn Ing race and the umnjbvenj the white ore tjic trnHo and the dmpliiypd Large hrnis of bUITHlofts rout about the silent plains of this normous ter ritory wDlfu vtouldbe a si Mtsinahs paradise bwt for tliovwlld natives who are piceptSonaly fierce and trcachor ous and hove KHod a number of llir bunters who cambto built the buffii1 toes v jW His larathpn RecordS ColonelV uskod the U4oniTtfuI phI did youtf vor ride si borse rimefy niHo in throe diys- I 5No rcpHo the veteran of two wars bjit1 once nin twqnty miles In about thirty minutes which think was sojng sonic considering the fad that tkeuuitierlrms1 was thIck and was In so much ofa hurry that Ifor got to throw Away a knnpsnck that weighed jiearlij fifty pounds Chicago nec rthrlerald Counts Up Mi ikk he wild ln wildly n prwichfnl ftone l Imvo no doubt at nil hut yon an a p d ixir iln huntoi itst Wsnt ylill wit rii vrs Jeut tsrexifiit Imi rVu yrii t1H uimiy lioi f tliiiis I w GRUNDY 8 rvicrr1R Merits Apparel jLizdies Apparel Mens Clothing Ladies Suits I i I Boys ClothIng4t4tLadies Skirts tfHatSjNboth felt and itrW Misses Ski tsIiMens hoes y Ladies Shirt Waist S KJ Boys Shoes X Petticoats Satin ard SiUvr I Mens Shirts 50c to J50 R k Corsets Boys Shirts 5Qc fco 150 nosieioummefsleeves and knee diwls TI sy uriosjery I Mens Summer Underwear all kindsHeavy WrkGlove J v Mens Kid Cloves Long and Short Kid Gloves I OBryan Bros Overalls Long and Short Silk Gloves I IDepartmentINotion Begs you Depart wish i ALWAYSON HAND I I Carpets Matting us andWaII Paper I FRRKTHE CHEAPEST TO THE I BETII GBUNDf 8 McINTIRE I I iiLIa I I ANUAL MAY SA1E OF DE1BABLE MERCHANDISE t FOUIIardMesalineSujtinos m White and Colors 36itt wide 15cld75e Mercerized Suitings and Waistings 20c to 50c 4 r HHH We ale receiving constantly new styles in Mehs Suits and are showing the most uptodate 5rid newest fads in young Mens Hart Schaffner Mar + and RosiwaId Weils Suits andrilI J make special prices during the entire I month of May f and see s ww A BASHFUL LOVER Thei Professor Was a Shy Wooer Su Fi nafly Got thb Lady brHaUJJwig at onJe jinje profcKHbr of St AUdrowsi iii lvciiilty wtiH1 ytr shy man prtvenrea hint from Utkftt nnK hidy toft Ixtniinr hISfu lphiAvW well Hfivuiutni In life l 5SHoweMOA ho pluiktc tip courage dy redweonitud his loiifie rtudwent to caliron tholtjWt ol his affections TJip f1sdyiiix doctors embsr rassmdut Opemil tire Vcel doctor bae ye got thr iusli your papering abd paint Ing WtVt Im told your npr are jlift 15antifuJ They sty the patteiiro ht dlnhig mimi dulls Is just jultc uiit 6 tfre wny In alipit that cveothjiig nboot the houseIsJusf perfect lore vajj prtivld ntial opening he her simpering the white raised hhu which lib tnrlitfla willfully dcsf one could bate mrrflnte prctcd Xa iia MLss its no tfuite perfect ItJane 1S Aud wlutt can vhrtt beT asked Uio Iniperturlialite spinster ti tile pour doctor beat a hasty retreat drew bar k his chair fronj Its danger ous prosiltnily caVight up his hat aiid in tones of lillghtcd hope gasped forth Ws dPciaratiqn In these words Eh dear eijj i Well Im sure The thing Wanting is anusideboxtrd However she iinjrried him after all j London f THE WORD FELLOW Its Course rrom tie Universities Into Everyday Life The wordy bachelor means originally cowboy a youth who looked after the coK from the low Latin baccij and through time tlasslcal Latin vacca In course of tune the term uuxiivxiddei iI en In sooth to voluntarily men by ladies who had sharp tbnguos The wprd was taken over by the unl In tile middle ages uijd the degree of bachelor vas not sujiposed to be given to auj1 man who had on tcred Into the state unitrlniony Time woid fellow has lund a some what similar fate na far as the ladfoa stud the universities were concerned The universities of Oxford pod Can bridge to name but tw grant fellow slilpsi worth from SUJOO to 3OOQ per annum at the vorlotis colleges to Uni married honor graduates of hugh dls tluctlon If a fellow should enter Into he stHl lou sjor jforf felts hla fellowship As the fellows were generally mej of apparent opt lertce or lit least cpinfort In regard to living and drowj they rfradllv attrjidtcd the attention of ladles who were think1 Ing of settling down In life Wheu ail acquaintanceship was formed be tween a fellow und a marrlageble lady lhln s usually went very doUgh fully1 until the fair schemer dhfcbvereXl the academic status of the wan Then the expression Pooh he is a felldwl came very naturally to her ups And so It crept into secular or lay life and begat its unkind meaning But Of course If the graduate was wilting to sacrifice his fellowship and Its emolu monte for the sake of the jfalr ladyrs lovely eyes and favorstwhy ho be cdrne a good fOllow wlr fh la it horse of a totally different cot rNew York World Succeed when rvoythhig else falls In nervous prostration and femals weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands Have testified lf3 the best medicfce eyer sold over a druggists counter N w th3ngs in M5iis Wb- Wmens and Childens low Shoesin Patent Tan and Oxblood in a great Variety of Styles p Experiments have shown that toe Chicago air 300 feet above the street contains In a year 7038 pounds pf dirt an aero or three times as much as London air The Molteno Cape Colony farmers havhlt upon avnftVel plan for dealing Ubr locusts A fcjrroer ka Hrniported BOtne eagle kites for the purpose of sdnriup locua frolfl the crop The aborl Inow of Austrnllit whom about rora iln are apt students of rending knd wrflJug in English but apparently jcanm t be taugUl everi the Simplest forioK of nlathematlc i The sum of i 00 was pl in PaHa sonic yearn rigo for tc thI thr4ut1u which during the Frcnch rovolntinu i JFnrlo jAutobf ette Eharktt ft Corday and Dantcn ctii out To Jiuwiors of tkmonj Vt wtmlkI tiuebeoftIAkO iltii plain ttuu163 l old l5n Viifoins The coin vffiC jSroTorfd in the iial ljw of a tree ti dshidate Ir9ni17ti- o177ur AutzIaIIunfta bui the nthnutage of uiint AbuiHlitnt orests than most countries 1 t f rtfnxit areA belujf 31 per cojitms agaliiflf 5ier cent In Ger lauyVSl i jr cent In Isorwayt 10 per cent In France and 14 per cent In Italy One of the most shlonablojErlubs iIn Berll ii misinits su iper room a cur tain nade of champigne cork Pour ihouiinrd erk wIlx th IrJsHveu or gilt qcriug luivexxQutlar adeei on thin rc tfpoorateiL with colored rib bons nnd CubeIIisIiIl wlth small cop per hulls j flcinI1ng Pa Uioreh a stdeboarll UMidb of 150000 pieces of hvocd all nd fittud ttugether without how iIng n single Joint Ilnrrlson Wijboi time owner wag twelve years making thesldebo rdy which accordUistb time time Sjwnt and the material used Is valued at 6000 f Aii arrnnscmont of a ships UghtR Iw a l jRoltelrlafiflp on a known plan 1s urged by D n as i ifi iuafd jigalaat collision TM Ushts would then shW an observer on awUthcr ship the vessels course her ditance fpu the obssrvor mind her JuIprOxlImte ilite3 Mexico k to tin belief that radium If Ihhe pojHixwrtlon of the interior of lie euic Tin ins4xle of the cave gives 4iflraui irldewcent glow constantly and tmjthss of ih rock taken from the cave slavrMrunply liV the dark Tke Xtftfonm Clty iiftnk qf New York Is llow Tt of kind in t4iHW of buklnoss trans soled E1tit wL11 of dpiltirs ist-ssdtit u tb i k li diiiy The giant SHfs wilds 1s ittMtvcied by n doerwilf ttu1rn IIOU0OOO Jn jrftld mind jawQOOtXHr hi first class Nettie I It Is Mtinounced that ar markabl itrt Hfetliif discovery has lx cn made In thxRtE1cornbsof rpjaclilR at Roioo lit the form of ti e fofiftwlnff iuBcrlp tIs ottvjucid after OHicfuj study ot cittcumBtaBcps that the JJetrus is none c4 f tlwn the AjtPiiV t5 Totur terLVs baud some of its stamps Lcttcra thus stamned ore regarded on their arrival In Bug land as irat stamp aJkod the reaCQii and was told that a TJue qUQ jn of iSwaKnand In Africa0 whenj lawt goou while peopl was dad oi hide rather time worse for vear To this sltupjc garment Avere acWctf banglca for her wrIst and ankles Sim pt pn the pala o floor and took ly vnipplaff around hershoittdcrs an j opera cloak of bright grceu md pur pie the diplomatic gift of English nobleman j It Is suggested liat the slsteen iupb gun now lying imrnonnfpd at Smidy Hook lie senrto the Plillllfpilies amidj mounted bw lie fbrUncjUlons now wo ler at Corrbgidor island ifor the 4eciise ifS MiiuJia Thi i pun would counna rid1 the channel there Wfilch tile twelve eiit guiVullt not do4 arid itcan dellvcfra blow aWftlRtancfr of JO to 12000 feet which would Iuxk n sbt afloat f Oarput Rugs a1l aji Thisiis the season for Spring lcanin Iti forget that wt csXrry thjj largest abock i ICstrp ts Bugs Wall Taper and tans of any bjue in this section tj Axminister and Velvet CiTpeis Tapestry Carpets t 7Ot tO 1OOi1 Irgram Carpets 35c to 7Sc tiempandSuitanaa 11k JYliuioleums SeJFCall us before purchasing yozd Spring Outfit J We make SFiCIAL Lric To GASH Iie ii1i 11U3 O TlilslijttLMJfhijlhg carpets rHeL1wLtti theredne yttier Answers rersltlos matrjniony El ctrk lifers ANDSTOMACH tOQXUthOUI iniatIxugatnna SbuttleAvottbBrowq subatancui1i dtJiigtUtitlon tWatfourhoIts SignorMtxrtceIiI belongingto doljvpryQuo yoraocterhaiige innreguLrobeof siuiiftpntinuaI cQustruqtlou 8tJ1O aV rT EYES TESTED rJ j Ed M RussellIadiwRiPi 4W JEELERAND PTICLAN JOaNEDELEN IR1NE WMSA41 jj- III The Cappage fiaffe Cb 1LC1RPATEU I t 1 v NWCorherSith Market LOyiSW Y KY jv V Home Phone 7765 Special AttMtlM U Orir i MMrs iir We make a specralty of the following bsapdz MaftinilyJ Moore pngZ N Belfe of Marion Sfot m m t Everglade WatfccttV Spr W7 22S J Jtfe also handle Mttinjly to n iWW Ftand Wilfef1 Sfffkii lw tW MI JMil t- FF Apple BraiKiy and Wacklierry fc 4 i 4i 4+4 IITineFlies i IIsan old adage Its a big juthp though from the ttueof tjio tirsb clock to Dinv Bri gethV cbastn xnd vIsuit you Thtffi st clock crdde the 4ne ut today a ch ronome t V Accurate Clocks and Elegant ilewehy 4s Is yhat yourfiud ihe eav 4 round ttt wy Jewelry o Store 1y t tb retits my tmjojg expet t ing a Jewelry sto clr j LXTo3av1 Ja1 JROrav f 4 fbit Ttult was vltr broztk you made lr rxtt1tsbUfftt iuncj3q- qsaLdfd4ife Niut nihr nir oii 1tadrive ytuxpIas- QLitnd xtxxdflngtrrohlfEoifl tha1dv- qfttured o wnlfc imbontl tfijf pok otiju xr the cashier Itetroit Drea- 1tc3t5 iason StiolttuInk- when yoir m you uwvrtl txsay o4st h1- kflsTtiats xo teuoiir ari say you didnt like to W tijss3g tou Trnn5ripta 1 t ii toe D It l as kA 1wid b that ittrs wIU t ik fl 1fti1I i t t tM ratioL wtN nut iwyit f It tsrd Mii ready uisir1it r tMessIS per busbe 1heii ttt f snag oa- tkrillBtfie izjjt a Zi or 2aai ir bI It wUipijr to feed tLablt at gxiiui art s- sph1e 1usuv tU eiceheir Ioud ii4ry esWs 111 often Mid that tasas1a V4 tiuidenc ts dry ttw evsg t I lL Itiiiied dau tbiLJugb 1 u Ie1t lowt- 5riisi1tw Cillt T 7W 1w i i i w r 1 i iJ7w IJtw 7 r Jk GTBWTON 4 ENTDNTIST- J 0 Dr J i liMrwU lt IN L 4 Y y CP1NGfILD n i Aziti Yk 8trictlj tFint 4DR J iJti x e Q sif4 J t Otcajotri8toam1g 1t52pn f OsipeirctT r Haydoas Drugstore iiC I i i JJJCLdniptonMD t t0ltICtfllIefai Kws ili r 04f R Wciic iN 38 ShS 7 1f WFQR1GSBYSI iI j4 p ATTORNYAT LAW I 1 4 C = KY J 2 i Ypijg HYA- TTOviVtC V v j r Red UrosMrue rfjJ J rti OfflcehcHars Hjutt 1030 i a to 12 t to 5 pw 1 JOiINY1 MAYS l ft LuIKEtTQR t AIgHCESEDI EMBAfMEH TitHONEt DAY1MIQHTr4 7 SM6FELD II jffi ifl riftBt the Best FLOUR Mk your irdcer for t f j ofWashirigt ri rOIAS i n t gJi d Uo ed iiIi IManultctured oy A Ii4 irboe Co 1J5We pay highest market jpfw r for grain i is- i trer iM Tirol FMtog no a Mn Uaacl6 I= ilia yoadoaw f M4 74X till eoMIi ftkt Lwwt Pills Airn the IIer work aiHl ezeeIe iiooaUpti n bWeWl If sl III bsebe ad all oUier lazy Mt ksibks Is bee en lueet c 2IDtIMCtltOnIy25 CMts 4WCNMLLMECOLUihMe- j i waRrlR1 bu tlHaydoii 6e Robertson ISI55c 1dfl sclfih e sIfl if t1rf rk so liar1 und deiile- db1efso wUh in orderto pay his 1 liif llusurance tflia t he bad neither the ctlme nor thp means to t sick and hp I WufreJfll th beneficiaries who were viBeanW Ue engaged In the relatively nh Ubybasiiiess of lying back dud r f raitYijt for him to die Moreover in l hinkngjbf tile matter he becawecon vincert that lie had a good deal of fun v afterImore fun indeed than iiiost ln ten11 s ltfsu fellow ex 7i l1 ytJnliiieiIJOiio guiltllyPuck- t r + Politely Bounced I A jjocd cciaininlc of the extremely cpurtccos Jn public correspondence Wrts he Wtlce sent to GharleS Tnines 0 jox that he was no longer a memberI I i 5Tthe government If George ilL it- 4 l nit thus His graCIous majesty hi- been pleased to issuVn new comdiis t lforihwhlcUurvninic does not JfpenI gIS V Tocast away a good friend Is like q 154 onolLfeArsot1etnga way Satanicjif A gafaD 1i4 reprekPiit fig rtinnin afterrltoJIII dnIItchnr1 t1I1 UncI bftQr tvllip f tie tnitli llii tint so many f ftR jpuUlnnt his cojjyiiriH ilat he i not time IQ cliifee ntndy r54lnZt VstiIng1iin S1H1 j 11 l i tfMtI Is liPttnr tlnm liiuisj art i4 IIkt CHI CCream Vermifuge IKE UMUNTEEI WORMI j REMEDY r l ttt v t+ TOC CHttJ EirS FAVORITE ToNIC r5cwcOr r 7S5KC HfMHfIC PCPAED OftY UrdSiww Liniment Co I IPic r LOUI Mp t jr tn CROSS DRUG STORE tf ti KILLtH COUCH CURIE THE LUNCS t wmiDrmgsS bwDscsveryOR AlDAUTHlOATANDLUNlUOuat GtTAR TUD SATIRPACTOR OR HOrTE Y BiFUJf DED fitIr0 j t AH iland AcquIntaiwes1TOPiC8 1 t F lfFXJl MII MH WMM Toicco plants for sale nHI Derringer rr FOR SALE One Jersey cpw WJ HLEACHMAN J5uggiesknd wagons for sale hyA O 1Gniboll WANTEDA gOQd farm hand HAIUfY IE RINGER Over Peoples Dpposit Bank sne MrsMullicanj for bar lins closing out for season afc cost Great reductiojls in the price of all Millinery at MisiWjll nowsS kFOiSALEOflef Jarge SOW iindeleven pigs 1DTipi- FOR SALEA few choice ypuhg ontbdown bucks A B WALKE For Sale =A aice 6year old mare will work any place Li Parry Derringpr rr 1j Hay Does you buggy need painting Call on A CKimff ballatthe old Casey shop ti IFOR SALEvTwogOod tobac1l1 qobeds 866 each R2 i c JE Montgomery FoRENTNicehouse anq yiard and 1 acre gound on Basi Main Street Apply to JOHN W LEWIS L V The Strawberry supper given 1 by the ladies of the Presbyterian church QP Thursday of last week was well attended and 6000 was realized For Brown Doubleshovel ptWI Five Plow Cultivator j DISC Harrow Tobacco Setter f lAm rlc n Fence Co Call on v AC KIMBALL Jobn APplin who recently graduated horn the University i Louisvillewas sworn jn as atmember ofthe iSpringfield bar Monday I The county court dinner given by tbe St1 Catherine pf Sienna Alumnae Association was well patronized and about sO was rea zed STRAYEDFrOWmT prifinis QS about 3 weeks ago1 bf indie null csilf weight about 400 lbs Will pay pasturage and keep I W PS ERRITTJ Mr and Mrs W J Sctioene arerej J feeing oyeV the arrival kay 19 bf a buuncing boy Mrs Schoene is adaughteiof Iv 45J S Yankeyiof thispace Attention Attention I am selling everything desirable in millinery at greatly reduced prices A rare chance for bargainsIMiss WillieXnott1 It was intended to hold lthe ariuuar Hifih School picnic today at Fred rickto n butonac count Qf the iLclemency of the weather tl1as been postponed tosonie future date FUPperlr green silk umbrella wiftLjtplaih handle Finder will pleas leaves at Grundy Mclntires and- re ceive reward Mrs E B BUSTER While fishiog in Chaplin River nearTTatham Springs the little daughter qjf Ivan Carey the miller at that place felt off the miU dam into the water below and nariowly escap d drowning She sank under the water once ilmindilt climbed outwithout assistance On toe afternoon and evening of Thursday June y at the Gruady Presbyterian Orphans Home will be held a lawn fete to which everyone is most coi dially inviied Open house from 3 to 10 pm Ball gamebetween Springfield team and Grundv Home boys TPiRbe celled ati8O- Iftef eshmente seredat statedI times for 2bc Proceeds to swell fehbwngonettefnnd The Infant child of Mr John Rungute1the Postmaster at Latham Spings1reii1lyi fell frfm an upsjairs window of his homej and wa unconscious for SeveralI hours After a timer however consciousness was re i iiffithought to be not seriously bur rm closing out my entire stock at costs r Mrsy Mullican Qv r Peojples fi posit Bank Thehome of Mr Thomas A Medley at Owensboro K was destroyed by fire last Friday tjttt together with a part of the con tents The house Was a splendid t frame building located in a beautiful part Of the city The insurance OQ the House was 2500 and on the furniture 1500 which will only partly cover the loss I A small crowdi was in town icoUflJy court day owing t6 the busytime with farmers S M Campbell repors the following sales of SIP k 7 2year old steers 38 50 cow and c lf80 cow And calf 29 now and calf 19 50 cow and alf175GbaYmare 70 bay mare 71 1 bay horse i T2750 I combined 4year old horse withdrawn 21250 one 2ves1 old cojt02 sows and 5 j pigs Io25 several old buggies ritngmg from 5 tO20 Thefifth Saturday and Suh day meeting of central associa ion will be held with tiethleham j church on next Saturday andII Sunday t The general topic will be The ChUrch and various phases of iihe topic such as Evangelism a n 1 the churb Organization And tbe church etc etc will tddiscussed All are cordially nJyited to uttend these services On Satufday dinner wilhaservtedoiq the ground J r Mr John Abelv Bishop dieU TqesdaFtthis home iin Bloom field Mr Bishop was born 68 lye rS ago in Washington county he pent aost of his life For many years he sen ved Thed peppla of his county as a Justice of the Peace and made a very efficient offcial always fearless advpcariigand one son Mr 5 k Bishop of this place Funeral services werej conducted at Mtv Zion church yesterday after whic- hlererndnswcre I laid to r stJntt Mi Zion cemetery t I MissMyrtle Price entectained afews of her friends in charming manner Friday night at Five Hundred Those present j were Mr and MrsG eorg e Jr i Mr and Mrs Will LeaChman t Misses Bess Campbell Mayme ji Dooelly Bertha Haydoq Cecei I la and Lillie Simcus Messrs Evan Hagan Alex Barber andii J Will Robertson The prize vstt von by Mr Evan H g nTbe boubv was two dead beets arid was won by Mrs Will Leach man A delightful lunch was j served and all present enjoyedij themselves to the fullest extent Mr Earnest Deadman the sonI Of Mr and Mrs E P D adman stood highest in bis class at the examanation bf the pupils of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Dan yule Kyi having received 96 in his general average Ernest bas proven a very intelligent pupil at the institution and is very popular f with teachers andI schoolmates He is a great base tall enthusiast and takes great interest in all athletic games In testimony orbis abilityas dn thlete ifi tbejfacr tthat he has 6een made captian of the base ball teaoof the Instituiion this seems to pleasel him eqUlll1as much as receiviny the highest average iin bis class1jIe will follow theuDccupation of printer Have Rented Drying Pfant The prospects for Washington county to lasethe leading tobacco market m theState is indeed bright The JP Taylor Cp ot Henderson N CJj b ave irented tthe dryer and willj ein the market to buy from two to two and a half million pounds off tobacco These people are ex porters of tobacco and this is their first venture in the Burley district having been buyers of Southern tobacco Theo lv octteisI inIa number pfi other independent copaDahiesjwill ibe represented pn this market We rejoice to say that Washington county judgin frqm present prospects fvill- have the leading tobacco market in the StateI fimiJ Teeth ec IIoutII i No charges rwhenplat s tare wanted iri Abb WORK i 2 Done In this office Is 1lrstcl I in every respect and just as SSII iIwyertisedwYSTALLARDDDS S IISprlnflcld Ky Sf Circuit Court MQnjllavrI man presiding The following gentlemen composed the jury Jas H Mayes foreman Ellis St elL C Cornish CT PricetWI JobnIGed W Fenwick W Barker The following composed the petit jury Ed Osbourn Ben J C- 10ambronPinkstonj J F Smith R M Osbourn C L Brady Luther BnrnsE EI Wathen C W Stalling Fred Hagan S C McGilij John W Iflkyes W T Kimberhn J M J mes Ben 1fcIlvoyTJ MedtYa Jas H Kayes lp The jury failed to agree in the case of the Commonwealth vs Luthe Barlow The case of the Commonwealth of Ken ucky4 vs Geo Prather indicted for poisoning hogs of Jim Burclil Mitchell was tried Tuesday The Common wealth was represented by Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham assisted hy County At torney T Scott Mayes andthe defense by W C McChprd and John W Lewis The court gavea pereqaptpry instruction to find he defendant not guilty Mr Prather is oLe of the county s best citizens A Smooth ForgerSSMr Geo Mullican one of our Ipcal grpcerymen on looking ver his bank passbook a fevfr ays- ago disqovered1 that he had been made the victimolaI smooth forger1 There wert three checks evidently torn from hisl business check book made payable tote order qfJ C White amounting in the aggre gateto61 Qne of the checks had been paid and indorsed by Mr Woodsoii Moss formerly proprietordf f the Walton Hotel of this place but now yf Win hester The other checks were cashed by Louisville parties 1Je forger has not YjjSt been ap prehendecj but Mr Moss has heIhad him located AIr Mullican informs us that White came into his store and tore the checks but while he was engaged in waiting on a customer as abouC fifteen checks were missing from the back of the book High School Entertainment A large crowd assembled at the Opera House Tuesday even ingto witness the commence ment exercises of the pupils of the SpnngBeld Graded School Tte entertainment was enter tamingj from beginning to end The recitations were rendered in true oratoribtIstyle and received much applause The musical program was entirely vocal andtue manner in which tbe selections were ren dered made it plaini that for melodious yokes Springfield takes a first place The drills The Japanese Fan Ifby nine little girls and Jamie in Command by a troop of boys were especially well received by theaudenco The pupils are highly deserv ing of praise for tIe excellent manner in wulchjeach anti every herpartmverythe Graded Schtolr has given an annual com enceme t and that each one haabeen pronounced a success and that its pupils take a first placa wherever they go sufficiently demonstrates the superior ability of the teachers oft e Springfieid Graded School St Catherine Gommence ment June 15 ihe eightyseventh annual commencement Exercises of St Catheriner Academy will take pl ceon Tuesday morning at 930 June 15 h 1909 The sisters extend a cordial in vitation to all friends as wellas to members of the St Catharine of Sienna AliitnnaeAssoctation to5bet present on the occasion The bauquetof the Alum nae will be served immediately after the close of the exercises and this function will b followed by atttyear will be elected L Attempted Suicide iClone Duncan a SOD of John Do Duncan a young man who jives near Pnlliam w6 until intcide by cutting his throat with a razor last week Fortunately lowever vile wound was not serious Domestic and financiall troubles together witn the loss friends are assigned as the i iiof for the rash8Qtt Carrico Dead jJoeF Joe F IDarrlco died at hisIf four miles south of Spring yesterday mornipEr About one year ago Mr Carrico hsufferedlysis from which heneyerful ly recovered About two weeks J ago he received another stroke which Was the immediate pauses of his death c Mr Cafnco was about sixtv years of age and the son of Mr William Carrico who died many j years ago Early in life he was tea married to Miss Belle Johnson a daughter of Mr Henry John son The greater portion of bisd life was spent on the farm where be died He leaves his wife and Bone son Damon Carrico of LetI i takeIhplace i FeR ONAL Mr Geo Browning cf Bards town was in town SundayS Mrs Altheaire Macauley is visiting jn Louisville Mr Jesse Rapier pfv ards town was here Sunday Mr John Handy who attend- e school here the bast year has returned to his home atCinciii natti Ohio Mrs McCarthy of Lancaster j isvisting h r daughter Mrs jJOe Pettus SMr Joe Pettus was iin t ban on Sunday Miss Margaret Spalditig returned ffoin LoruisyilleSaturday Rev J B fliggins who forI several years past has bqen stationecl at St Rose left Thffrsday for New York Mr Hite Clemthasreturp- ed roma trip to Louisville Jr S J Sniock who spent iseveral days b rp laSt week returned to his home at QlasgOw Saturday h Dr F McKay Miller is visit inghisj sister Mrs W F Trusy Miss Ellal Walker is quite ill at her home in town A surprise party was givenI Mr John Handy by his voung friends of Kpringfiefd at the onIFriday of last week A large nUmber of young folks were present and spent avery enjoyable evening Miss Margaret Moore of Bardstpwn visited Miss Flagett Simms last week Mr Heffernan Rubel Gwl Hagai John Wycoff and 0 0 Pace of Lebanon were here Sunday Murray Floyd spent the first- pf the week with his parents Lebanon Mr and Mrs John B Smith were guests of their daughter Miss Fannie B and son Kent the first of the week Dr and Mrs J B BoBards1 of HarrodsburgjHare visiting friends here Will Stiles of Bardstown was in tjwn Monday on business v Miss Bti lah Arnold of Maud was in towb JTuesday Miss Elise DuiretVof Pleas ant Groverthe guest of her sister Mrst M W Hyatt Rev P F Hennessy has re turned home after a visit to hist father at Baltimore JJd pls is the guest of her sister Mrs Ham at New Hope ll rMr Geo Medley of Owens bore spent several days this week with hisfamily here Miss Louise HamIlton pff Fredrickstpwn is visiting her sister Mrs John L Barber Mr Ed Boblitt of Bardstown is visiting his brother BichardI Boblilt pf this place JohntIatting1y of Bardstown was here on businessTufcsday Miss Mary Hayes Taylpr Mt Zlpn is the guest tPJJMayMayesi 7 ijfc fMr B N Watben onwasintWnMrIrvin i town MQ rMT f f w a i 1Isisters Misses Lucy and Veola Brown f Mrs yH Sweeney atfcl ion Harvey of LOuisvilje are visit inK relatives here this week Mr C S Hill of Lebanon and MrvHal Graham of Greens burg nominees for Commonwealths attorney of the Democratic and Republican parties respectively were in towtiv l ODIday busy shaking hands lvithItHe voters Mr Hugh Hamilton of CaliIJ fprnia is visiting his rather I Mr Alex Hamilton this week Miss Delia Carpenter Tuesday for Louisville whee leftII secured employ menj jt i John CShader JrA who been afc home foij several weeks witb asprained ankle returned to school at St mary 1s Monday Mrs win Hillleft this jtforn jing lor her home at Walnut nsas Mrs E L Dayison spent a few vsinLouisvilIelasweek MrTB Kelly has n9to nepp Sanitariunr tRome City tia for the b nettof his ealth Commonwealths attorney R L Durham ffs in town attending court i x Rev j SKi g iis attending tile Methbdjab Conference at ELizabthtOwnKy THEMIRAGES Conditions That Make Possible This Beautiful IllusionSAbout5that natural phenomenon the mirage much mystery clung in days of old but science explains it as read lly as the rainbow pen1esszi4I than nifere miragei I1 A mirage may our at any place where the denser stratuui of air is placedl above the lighter sra turn thus refracting the rays of light the com mOQ8urtq eol Jh twostrntums act- Ing as a mirror In looming mirages distant show an extravagant increase Uc5aI height without auem objectsi ibreadth Distant hummocks Of thus magnified Into Immense towers and pinnacles and a ship Islsometlmes abnormnllydrawn opt pntllut 8jjtwelve or thirteen times us high as IIs long Rocks are seen drawn up to ten or twelve times tiiilr proper V height Houses as well as human bet itfgs and animals appear In like exaggerated shape aIIAnother form of mirage is when ship or some other object tear water seems greatly elongated and a second inverted imago meets it fromp above Sometimes the proper Image of the object Is elevated far above the sea iwhite the second image strangely ap tlpears inverted beneath it the whole surrounded by a sheet of sky which mirrored and repeated within ItII fl882 If thearctle region Pn tatn fi Bcoresby recognized by Its inverted iimage In the air his fathers jshlpy the fi Fame which afterward provedto lit i seventeen miles beyond the visible hv j rlzo nofblsob8eryatton One August evening In 1806 Dr WbCliiplnce 1side1 the figure Some forms of mirage are lateral as well as vertical arising from unequal density ol two contiguous vertical bod ies of nit Thus on Lake Geneva a boat has been seen double the two images some distance apart Persons have been duplicated in the same way Any one on a hot day ly placing his eye near to a heated wall may see lateral tqlfages of objects at a distance and nearly on a line with the wall Mirages are Very frequent andes erts or the large sandy plains which abound in the southwestern states and i territories Many a panting wagon trajn has pushed on In Joyous haste at tile sight of a green grove or limpid llake only to be cruelly disappointed at the fading away of the vision Is ft tiny wonder that the natives and In- dIans regard the phenomenon aS the 1Lake1 is plainly visible from either Pearson Court Dwarfs 8IdeII cen1Ibe multiplied Bebe the dwarf of Stanislaus king of Poland lived td be ninety years of 1 age dying in Paris in 185S and Is va rlously described as having measured thirtyfive Inches and twentythree inches Julia niece of Augustus tiP two dwarfs each twentyeight in t Inbeigh t and Henrietta Mar ftwo whose Joint height waS C two inches The Emperr v hodn dwarf namedSheight was two feet J f tenteen poundsT t r in England wa ri Itonged to the i rGeorf t t f f Jr r ffffC L 4if 1it r 4 1t J t r ii I iisII t i1ri I s f T 1It 1HIt f I I I L tipJ Readytody i I WearGarm f lltJii E i ii Our spring showing of I fiI it I SkirtsI 4 i1 i I 1i VaISts Urt derwear Silk Petticoats Wrppeys o t 0 andKimonas v v tt = ILL test Styles in Ladies 7 c f and Children Footwear1 f Seethenesw things in 6 sW JIo i sietry Gloves Neckwear Belts hand Bags ete b 2 Claybrookeb CO I t t iT + e L 3 11 c t7 V tti 1 Y It rhTttt V fl= that it tbe only ICUH W MM iLfj m our pI for we IiW iir- selve4 fon theIfi r umlitoJ f our tc jjii l tFruitsOanie aDdCakesS t 14 FreshBread Biked Daily 1 3 1 r At our soda fountaim i aW t- 1 Qparecat all tkn to MTT ii7 YS1 drinks Cofa Cola Htecs1I 0 4Jate etc rV 4t 1 v WserveMealzintheS sc1 tiISgood old home style iibf C SS i 4 7f lllertI iConfectI- f KATIE HEITLEiN Ml Pfti H k icFowh e 1 TOBUYI I I FLV CIi 4 SSid I We can furnish v I widths and at alJ r IS t 4 tlU 4g3iI t I LawE 4d7 I tSr5tIa t St t 1 s 1 wmM I bliS r f 4 p 5itfi t T T Ii 1 v v 7 iv r i rwr H siiIitUHtI 1Fl I aa Of V WWWSaON k i Ai t L1tstNv IuSIU1pIfUIS1SIPwiui AEiI1 Ws fes W 0 ralt n4 1rj tttW WOS- 1aT tllt Ii trlww 1Neil wr tMdttjr Alice Ma All Jttepni pat OMUL Dotatasks a e wD4 Ik ON u et 1 f I 3ad ifttr=aois trw ssrt 1I It MJ 0a WW Wt JrtW Bobby fwaad tbai a JalHMjalMHfr MH Had It i t tfcat tb VMyBa cki were 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wiwMat be toMtoaie any f1 atrumM Bd ribe Yest at lMot kto good idea r wI1lCoo Mis aot 7 Jtt iidat come cud tu eaarii tbaia jr m cud rite would iIceume1weuid4 quicklyL citwo W aMeatcd Dick ainJ why jjteat MV tdemaadpd Sb7 Vitia eicgiug dlrecthee ji Jtt i b with II dotit know her ftIhuIId D4 kMY ate at1anbasq 4 f to taow a fedj befiwe he catcall oif l i lia vaad Pvc aeter met Mlaa May l s t f s heiir J tbai bail bwt akcmM not know r M MayIth tI At tbr xti baj 8 dayat ills May gg the theiht was revived und 0 aitali i that Dtlnt Immense dp tkMIw11mbe obtained per e4oe to take hla small spice cnk Aa as he was out of her aiffbt be carrtfd It to Brapt Ills fat Jape 4hi wwudedully- eagerly1Ii1Iftab lpyRorIl net without envy t a st iNMI atoil a poignant d IPSL plygreL uitted but with Jlfet6 itma n tell ycm Bob t jf brtb wuwho a1e that cake I- awISroace ebb bescd hie icoteee4onal calls t j fsttieHt tkoOtOUd like Ulbe4 i r MtVl czIlj ge makes ulcer aAt that a tlBMa Ill brLaj tndfWf t y MDoatd ftHv1 Braat amll asrl tl i mf of i r c Jt herttfr Wkatc auctTde ndedBqbJ y WItH tb wod bed been explained to wrkikJ raI JMl4lq brows But tf mfotber ep MM bad comp to him a tht ctoCtsies4eeem toite 1EM It reaMlaed a aecret JrCbls fat f bnNwt Give as an Indian story he Il sadad Afl rlfbt HL Mid Dick as lie Wetci4 hlaMelf out In his easy chair sad prepared to eatertaln his small I i wIts the atofy of bow Chief ted Pairtber carried orilla Indian t KJM tro te camp of a hostIle tribe r K wee noHMuJIy graphic In Ws a ry teU8gtoras Jhe went on he be V M toltmar It1e bet Pv a Shotted4 LRL tH YQU 1p t With a Lam Back i i f TMnf Tiiailc Jfafcec yt KMriHc- Akaoat fltf ti r arynn kaows of Dr Kilmer- sJ Ii Tnnf the great kid ey liver and r b4er reiudy br J ex ita rem r labfeieaUh raitoring r propertMa Swap nrlltfuW1a ottevery wislCia over 1 rheumatismCaeys liver bladder Iaieryprtofth t vriaary geIteorrecla 1D Wlioto eraadaeaIdingpniapingit erka4foIIoiuguseofliqe6rwin rq e a4 DIIt unpicamni dt 1l f 110ky itj tot eafefMrftod to fo oftell puJIij2 IM6ftkaigitLL4 Mt ia Mtilanjnaaf tvwytfclB Imt Ifycm kaekidey liver o aMJar V we1t will W focw1u1S tuorq1 cceeti1 that a special r P i bees vide by which all JtOtatFt maU alao a book ieg1 IIIIWOOt d bOw =r tsfro srathsspsperandyu4 to tDr Ea Co Bia haaaton N Y The regmlar fiftycent k oocHaollar atze bottles are old by pts font make any mistake ember the name SwampRoot icrt Swamp ootl and the d ton1i oa eveqbQlt mntner and Miss iaynng was tne Indian maid Thus aadly had the un principled snggestlopa of the achemfn Bobby eontatitlBated Dfck Braafs good B a afr Bit It naaat be adaaltted Jn kfci faror that It waa m ttbe cake but- ttta lanaocy of her wewanly sweit Mja tbai fired aW tbo ffb a and Jat r1tr t wbe e a MW off the chair arm tl Wa a ant regretI rtiMjronfr that hf would b folor iMM Tile very next day be wfat to TIt afW Mayllng with ibo aM r OI leaa pereraptory request tlMft aaw bak him a fruit cake Ootot to kaTe a tea partr Bobbyj Sti09kjW confa IfI tlclpatlQK the revelation of om new tore affair Bobby was as popular as be wag fickle and Mice Mayllng hard aed by experience wUhtbe young man5upocd that only the jower of lore cepld have InducedI him to forego tbe eatlBgrof her cake the day before 1Have 1 got tot be asked anxiously fearjFatt that a premature explanation nlxat destroy the success of the ab jBctten t Certainly ln teted Miss Mayllng Bobby war dismayed But the cake MHt be secured at all hazards ie fee Mr raJilt lIce = plnne He saId ltypW baked him a fruitcake bed cometwlth his pony and hlt all the chiefs on the had with a tom mybawk and carry you off and make yew bake cake for him aU the rest of your life Youll have to jive In a tent and cook with hot stones Instead of gas range and and anyh9w be nays hell do it If you temjt him with fruit cake andkisfcdtheI think ah Mid softly that Ill bake two Jlttle cakes next week Bob Y80 that you and your friend shall lIa have one y looked Into the serene face late which there bad crept something en1tierl tears by turns He had always thought Miss MJiy j Mug almost as pretty as his mother bat SOW be was disloyal for a moment and thought she was more beau tlt1ttl han anybody he had ever seen Hbjfmplst little flngers clasped her sIHBrcool bjnd rtndhe looked up Into hVr starry eyes 1 wish I was big enough to duct you he said enviously VIl bet Mr Jiraut wouIdnJt jet that cake Alice Mayllng bent over aJn1 pinched hlsqhubby cheeks Bobby my Lear you remind me 9f a certain little god without whose aid Iochlnvar hluiself would have failed And then she looked up suddenly to FtI1ilghtIgurewlthi ahead j MOt course he wouldnt be so ordinary aa to stare in here she said aoftly But hes the sort whojll find a wayand 1 dont think Illjirjake It veryhardfor blmf Bobby cuddled loser to her soft silken frock J What makes grownups say things that dont tell anything he demand ed Bat she did not answer Intoxicating Drinks We have 0000 Int xl uiting drinks In America said a temperance lee tHrer That I believe Is the record Expert as our metropolitan bar tenders are they have none of them mastered the entire American drink question and they would throw up their wet hands If a man asked for a baknomasbalot a casasha a sam a laranglna or even a mescal You see all the races that compose America introduce here the drinks of their old hdraes Baknomashalo and Jam are oriental cordials sweet aug perfumed and nasty that our soldiers and sailors learned to 1Iketn the Philippines A laranglna Is a slightly acid drink from South America It Is a mixture of the leaves flowers and fruit of tropical plants range banana lime mangoPavawhat Mescal is a Mexican abomination made of the cact s1tgoeri down like a bunch of cactus thorns A casasha Is a powerful sugarcane ruin that the Jamaicans distill illicitly PoVn cent you can buy a pint though halt aplnt Is q Ite sufficient New Orleans Times mocrnt A Queer Fish In European fresh water Is to be found a very large siluroid kn wDas the wels Its head la large broad and lrunkJtSClttand longer than the bead and trunk together The entire fish Is destitute of scales and covered with a smooth slippery skin like an eel The snout lIs very short the mouth broad with the lower Jaw longer and very extensible There are sl barbels around the mouth two of which situated on each side of the upper jaw before the eye are verylong extending nearly to the Jatlfhe other four are much thorter and arranged In pairs on the ihim Owing to its poor eyeslght and liugglsh movements the wets would le ba1y handicapped In the race of Ife It not for these barbels especially hose of the upper jaw which van be moved voluntarily In every direction moving leisurely about the fish uses Them constantly In feeling its way and at the same time they serve to at tract other fishes Which mistake them for worms When the wels perceives its prey close enough to be seized it makes a dart end rarely falls to cOp ture It New York Tribune i ToEd Some men iiave a good sfart lu Ute Very true It iIs different with me however How different V i Mine was a stop t Piindia lag Far Fifteen Hours Arthur lAncaster who Jastt year at the Crysta palace LorM9nT swung n blacksmiths IiThIrIOr fwejlvp bdnrs1 JKorkla recori Ila slowly Iut surely creating a toast In record tt Rh puuchtNlapQuntl6IrjLa c ater atn k the billBo fewer Uaapi Itad rijbea au4 altbongh thf tppHu HMMwfOf bf tbe thng was rcllfred occ sonaHjr by the layIng of wsjtwa thud mA rfjes on the plnijcv 1Iura Jiyf tuanj of the sjn t ronld bo4iont for more than halt an honr WOMAN AND FASHION B lluvls e Coat For Little Girl Tb r sleeveleea c0a4 Is quite tbc tbtegfor grownups and the qvestlon is wbether It is a practical garment fttTia chIl4 but tie ybuiigaters will be fashion and a coat of this descrin tkra te easily puked away in beg or baaper to slip on in an emergency tkn an outing or short trip The nnturalle OF HATtnUli COLORED tONOEE the neck and the armholes are wide and roomy The body part of the coat is lined with white china silk The Icpat fastens down the left side olj the front with buttons covered with pofl gee Rows of stitching extend around neCk arms down the fronts around the hem and form a girdle at tbe waist The hilt Is of dark blue chip trimmed with a scarf and big bow at the side Crochet Beadings Irltjh crochet headings Insertions and medallions are prominent n the moro elaborate crape blouses some of which haveanvlde banil of the lace Insertion down the center of the front and nar rower bands on either side Such blouses fasten in the back with Irish crochet buttons Another model Is nar rowly box plaited across Jhp entire front and back and cut out at the neck to show an all dver Irish crochet gulmpe and collar The underparts of the Jong sleeves are laid in tiny box plaits while the uppers consist of a wide ptralgbt band beginning at the edge of the yoke extending over the arm tops and thence to the wrists These bands their terminating cut and the cutout neck are edged with Irish crochet beading or with narrow Insertion The effect on white crape Is charming but rather less striking than when placed on some delicate shade of pink blue or mauve For the fUedieworker Among the novel conveniences at the notion counter art several that will be of Interest to the needleworker Now that English eyelet Is so much favored sa decoratipn stiletto is necessary An improved article making perfect eyelets Is only 25 cents so that no em broiderer need use the point of her scissors and probabljspoil the work because she annot buy a stiletto sewIng chatelaines supporting tiny scissors a needlebook find an emery are only 50 cents and a complete glove mender can boi bought for 50 cents A nickel holder taking twelve spools of cotton ls26ents The Dressy Spring Gown Figured foulard or any of the soft lightweight woolen materials may be used for this dressy costume for spring wear In nt the gown will do admi rably for cool summer evenings al KOULAltD MGUTWEIOQT WOOL though It in dcsignatd esp clllllJ for combinestwomakj Ing the overskirt in flUe and tbedc pnntlltnltIspl1ltIculnrJyelIect1ve Conuncirurns When Is a blow from a stranger ac ceptable l When he strikes you agreeably What small animal Is turned Into n large one by being behetfded Fox Iox At what age should a young man marry At the parsohRge When isn sheep like ink When taken Into ttie pen The Afternoon TeaIMary and Mag and Polly and Prue Are busy as they can be rheyretldylngup their little playhouse For companys comlristo tea thingA1JfxocksAndTeacupsJullJt was In Jove with himself MarIelVs lucky for you my child that he wasnt In love wltVhls money iuck The Joker why stdcnrrtll bate to tell you but theyre the same old puns ray stepmother used tc make Olevelaod Leader ewarfc of Ointments for Ca tarrh I hitt Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy toes nBe of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces utk artlQes snould never be used except our prescriptions from repu table physicians from reputable phY1 aiciatians as the damage the will do Js ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Care manufactured by FrCheney Co Toledo 0 contains n9 mercury and is taken internally a ting dir ctl y upon the blood and mpououj surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It ia taicen in ternally dud made in 0 dleddi Ohio by F Jx Cheney Cp ijestlmonials free i SoH by Druggists Price 175c per bottiei r ke Halls Family pillS for cot stipation PEOPLE OF THE DAY Turkeys New Sultcn- llohaiiimed Recbad EITendi the new Mltan uf Turkey who succeeded At dul Hamld II on tbetlironeIs a younger brother of the deposed mOll arch He Is the thirtyfifth sultan since the foundation of the Ottoman empire andvthe twentynlntU slnce the conquest of Constantinople in 1453 Bechad wits bum In Constantinople Nov 33 1844 He has four children the Princes ZlaEddlne Effendi born Ih 1877 NedjraEddine Effendi born in 1881 EumerHllml Effendi born on Feb 18 1883 and the Princess Refla born in 1887 The new sultan has been practically a prisoner since Abdul Hamld ascend ed the throne in 1870 and was held UOUAMIIED v under close niard In a pavilion hi the Yildlz kiosk After tie revolution of July 1908 he rccelvel rf measure of freedom and was sometimes seen drIv- ing about the streets of Constantinople in a closed carriage It Is said that he- nst been something of a student and is well educated In Turkish literature but line had no practical experience In government or diplomacy Mohammed V hast held an honorary title of general netjerbeentical atfalrs i Gorky and His Admirers Maxim flfirfcy the novelist has hail many narrow escapes from death Some time ago a friend asked him why he did not take care of himself IfI cannot bother to take care of my self bereptledIs life worth living fwe have to be ffreer thinking of health and treihbllng at the least wind Imagine ndt This author who was so hurt at his retentIon In America has no fear of offending anyone Once be went Into the theater at Moscow aqd the audience got to its feet nuil bfem to cheer as soon 11811 recognized him They called for n spcpvb nnd lurky answered them In tills fn blon What on eirtb tIre you starring ut me for am nut a dane Ing girl or the Vgqus of illlo or a drunkard just pulled out of the water I write stories They have tbe luck to please you and I am glad of It but ponstnrlna JhaVmlng play Be good enough to attend tto It and let me alone rof nit Itt t n rIourselves If r fan tiI vi u njiythUi do lt would hl tiikfIr from my lurkown men i Applicant The little jJ should do wouldnt arm nobody guvnorBy Stander Rheumatic Pains My mother is a great sufferer from rheumatism and Dr Miles AntiPain Pills is the only remedy that relieves her jf MRS G jRoycefield1j The pains of rheumatism are almost invariably relieved with Dr Mil AntiPain Pills They also overcome that nervous irri tation which prevents sleep because they soothe the nerves To chronic Suffers they are invalu able When taken as directed they relieve the distress and save the weakening influence of pain which so frequently prostrates Many sufferers use them whenever occasion requiress faith the greatest satisfaction why riot you They do not derange the stomach nor create a habit Vhy ttot try them Gea package from your druggist Take it according to directions and if1 it does npt benefit he Wiill return your money RbJJJHn rtiLL1I1NYn JbRADE gt32IIJfIL OF 1JfE CONMERCUlL BRANCHEs mCLUDIK6 JW4PftYAW TAusyr FlUTIfUL J i A1DJOURNA15WrnTOWADDRfSSOWL1NGGREEN 1 Nervous Women or nervous ird women W recoinmena Uar- t dul CArdui is a womans medicine It acts rspecifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the wholesystem It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui stonan1giveitafairtriaL TAKE CARD UI1 J35 fIt Will Help You Sirs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Garam ana wrifei WI think Gardui ia just grand I have been nsiij it for eleven years I amr48years old and feel like a different woman apqe i nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains hervousnegB and sleeplessness but now the pains are pn gone andlI 1leep good I highly recommend Cardui foe young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES J FOR THE CHILDREN A Game of Numbers seeIhow many can write do vu the correct nils werst 1 What two buuibcrs multiplied to Get her will produce mve l How uiay four flvef be placed so as to make siXfwd a ha fl 3 If flvc tluieJMJmir uie thirtythree what Ull the fourth of iweiity be 4 What Is the dllTerehcu letijent- wlceCtweutyflve and twice live and twenty 5 Divide the number fifty lilto two such pitrts that if the greater puri be divided by seVcn and the lesS by three the quotient In reacli case wilt be the same u If you have a piece 6f cloth Con taming fifty yards and wish to cut Ji into fifty onejard pieces how mnnt days will It t lJouto do it if you cut one yUrd a day Answers 1 THe nil tubers are seven and one 2 The ligure live the traction five fifths land the decimal fraction five tenths a Eglitand onefourth 4 Twice twentyfive are fifty twice live aijid twenty are thirty 5 The two parts are thirtyfive and fifteen dYS11Pblln l Place on u table a number off articles bf various size length Weight quan tity age and dimension Distribute pencils And papers and Invite tile cqiuj pany to view the display and to Write down UlOlr guesses as to the various details hi connection with the objects Tim players may be allowed to handle andiptberwl e examine the articles nJlr of which should bt distinctly numbered and the guesses written beside numj uers corresponding to those on the olrl JcctsIas ertnluldbetofbapd or tested after the papers have been colf letted the latter affording much spqrt as the proofs are demonstrated The best guesser of Course wins the prize if OUlIIs onered The following articles are Qffcred as suggestions but uvtirtablev objects may bevused in their steud1 number of beans in a glass 2 weight of Web Biers Unabridged Dictionary 3 length of i ball of twiu4 number of sheets of jpaper In n small pad S height pf A pole 0 number of seeds In nu or ange 7 quantity of water In a pail 8 tinmber of Vns In a plnciishfpn 0 ngiQt a baby from pbotoghipb Badminton 1his pny Is it mixture of tennis and batjtlodoor and fillY lie played in n court or ball out of loons or In or on u jejmis court It U plityed with a tennis net or one even smaller than that which does not quite reach the ground Shuttlecocks are used instead 9f balls The rules of tennis are foll woii With slight changes owing to the rbar actor of the shuttlecock which does not bounce like the tennis bnnAnt- he hits must be mntt on the fly The player must not touch the net either with racket or clothing nor must Lie touch the shuttlecOck with his hands after the first service The points are counted just as In tennis A Funny Dancing Toy teryillea8lngeasily made of orkhCnrnltbn pockotknlfe 8 funny bend at tlji top end of the cork and color It to HUi babs Attaste the other cud stick in four or more bogs bristles or equal length that tbe figure will stitud erect thereon Put n little taCt cup on the dancers head mid cover tile body and bristles with u silk ruffle decot rated1wltlitll1s Now fjafmenolth Is ready for the dance Place her on a table and tattoo lIghtly on the table with your lingers and she will dance most gracefully much to babys do light f w t Tibptan Etiquette One of the rqueefcst salutations in the world Is that of the natives ot Tibet Wbjen two Inhabitants of this Isolated mountainous ofcountry centt tral Asia meet each takes oft his bat puts out his tongueand scratches his right ear These actions are performed simultaneously The whole performance Is analogous to our Kiinple ClI51 torn on rriepfing oft nodding the bead and sayIng now do you do A Spiders Appetite The spider has n t lWlliJ91frtpprt Ute ad his pfliliWilettuklkl human competition AiEtThtliwlliffrnIi noted a spider eiflsflhijpttdnlObtund Itrtheas rt full grown titan UP would eat itt daybreak it entail alllpnton hJ1 a to n lamb by 9 a in a calf by J oclock a sheep and would Dnlfth up ui v hemeatfde New Head of the DAft- Mrs Matthew T Scott of Illinois the new presidentt general pf the Daugh ters of tha American Revolution for a nuiiibeof years has been one of the leading members of the society and prior to her recent elevation served on tbenatlonal bolrdns vice president general from her stntPSbe Is tbe widow of n coal mine owner and resides at Bloomington where she has n fine resideneennd1Is highiy est eJiied Mrs IIn E Stevenson a past pres ident of the society Is her sister Mrs Charles S Cromwell wit of Colonel UnS MATTHEW T SCOTT Vltromwell until recently major domo it the White House and Mrs Carl Vrooman whose husband Is the trnv cler and writer are her daughters J Airs Scotts ancestry Is notable on hoth sltfeg She tracer her descent on the fnthcfs sldt To Augustine Warner who was the greaitgnindfatlier of George vishlngton first president of the United States Her mother was at desccmlMiM 1lbp Ureeri family which was prOiniuflt5both in Virginia and Kentucky v nis rtecora Before 1 consent 19 let you have my daughter fftildthe grim old gentle muLti there are some questions would Wee to ask you Are you quick temperedi Well yes tqtcll the truth Im afnild 1 am Hml Ever swearT SonietliucSjwibeii L become Very angO I do V ISmoke 7 thatitEver drink Intoxicating HquoYsV- I occitsYohally tike a drink but Im hot n slave to the habit I assxire you jIHave you ever been in jn1l1 Once I took some funds to which had no right but ldld not do It de liberately I assure you It was the result of n mlstnideretandlng Yes It generally Is How about your family What kind of ancestors did you I1n01 Do you tblnli It Is fair to hold a luau responsible for what hlSnncestors did r Answer my quostion1 WcllJ cant say that my ancestors ambulated to ngreat dealt My grand father was wusnln short ha was hinged Youye never lucid a Job anywhere veVy long have ou1 t I cant say that I have What vas the highest salary you over Carnedlt y i Nineteen dollars a week boaIfAH right you cun have berWChi cage ItocordUerald Missed His Opportunity prominent Bellcvue man was merly chief of a volunteer firq depart ment lii ji small towh in Allegbouy counb and never failed to run with the machine Nowadays he Is an1 Important factor in a largo organiza tion hut has neverMost his desire to bo one of the first at a fire When be hears tie nIaCin ring he can name int once the location of the box lund It is near he dashesoutof the office tn ten second snit But he is heart broken now lie entered the office the other morning with downcast looks Sympathetic questioning brought out this story II got up late today and when I went down to breakfast everything wits upset I asked the girl what vyis wrong pad she took mtt out Into The kitchen The woodwork was charred the windows broken aud the floor flooded with water Wlindld this hap pen Inquired About ah hour ago the girl replied Were the firemen h reWby of course Didnt yoa hear them ofthrttlIveand slept through ond In my own bOU80J1l1t I fired the tin for not turning an alarm Into my broom Pittehnrg Gazette Y TV 00 iIr ThNewPvfctoiWkkj FlanW m fromallotboritjA TOP1T ca ikep di utensils W1wtcoakkf Iafkrrimvxgjr ri 1if1tu +f wxjoiafftij iscks actg II u e NEW n1 i f VJk Blue Ibme Oil CQiokstfri m fCrw put equal Its prmaplof jconctAtnted mean can L quickly andwitlo tthe kitchen being heated to au a=adegreeI Can be lighted instantly and turned high W j iCafceiierTop r l RLarnp r P QiwtfaicVbright liymgroom cUm t6rpugbo4c eC mkk J pertect safe aad vpry ornaamtaL JfwitIa JMir v dtler write our DKircst agency T J d Yamtardoa CA to JIIiN i k t McCABE CUMMINSt DEALERS IN 0 Straight KentuckyY Whiskies L i iWe ship WkisKeyfr4yurs I i at2 25 ito 400 perga1kmio it f ix t iTtOrders fionQNentacktf filled our Indiariboi + a Vea1crbarry r 4Tt instok t 2 Pure blackicrry aid rlp weper jaaL L5 i White whiskey r1itI f 0 i Pure apple brandy per ar jrN 4 I Addres all orders to i A BI3c ttlMS rr r jii J r i 325WestuMarlcetStt LOIJSVILLKYt 4 1M Tr 1 1Eat Whit sVi t You Want of the food J f4 iL Sr iKodl will j p f Tou need snfflclent amqi t of food wholesome food tuftd mote taa this you need to fully dlf tIt Else you cant gtia strength soc can sjbrengthen your hit it la weak You must eat In order tollTe tad maintain Strength youmust not dlet because tba body requires that you eat a nJMs lent amount of food regularly zrut this food must bt dteM It must be digested thorou ily When the stomach cant do It you must take somfcthnig that help the stomach The proper to do It to sat 7 what you want let Kodol jt gest Uis food Uothlng else can do this iJTheei tb mach1s wiwklt needt help ust it by fiTinrUreeV and Jtodol will d that I intkei baby nenrpua fretful fain foOd folt babi lt ttkkeeps 1J Stove Itt i Oil Cook is ifCABINET maplYCM 1Nith wils L IPaNd 1I1IIN 1 4l From biirsjan y its for h J u hea done Iow J 1t t from f corn Mc GUM f r jou d and will way and help 54 rOur OTa CM to yourid14i May i i ptrthss a doDar boutV JIII a honestly Vbniffm taybsndta id iaIng ittlwbcls t Pit 1dll tlllfJr2without qotatiou or iW iT ofthbotUspsiJii f T 1Mp bottis tUy aod to te am iiil fNilr 4 4Ja iIiI MI d K umkaam pp- whJktlodolwmdolor Uvij y It would bankrupt 4 Tbe otUvOII If M Kuek M tiftjr HdthaaitMhlA1vhi r Qt o W r t 1 I 80LD BY RED i ROSS DRTJU J8TQR1 Y M r O GPo6GEOOOQOOO The jTransfers I r tftr1f ti1i CiIS Btt f hell L LOng Distance TeJ pb f45a i v x ij Rates applj to ILodaIMiir 4 Z ll J1 f Icumb r d IJrreIephane Ts1sgrapEiCuiI INC RPORATED a i f r t i 7 00 00OOOOOOOO CK SbHdfctiiOt fcETHING aad anii top in vrelfht soirsivtiisio ritM i siii4 th ijyoisppliii jjfor tic the bbysrowinx TTLT j J Its y p my Itbs wilIpytMdru 0 Ie v tji pp l A aro4a laftbaidhaJtkbcLiwe r iM Sts Up eau Uf4wl l br Mtof 4 lWiur Lift PJllfc They os tegilam- sitom4i Itr purify the b10I4L 11 ner- vrsocet4on ytwiMiia B- el1nIJi HatiUcaa chille LM Wal4 Trr bna Me at Ha a1 anikoblueon E1v lFa bua iw