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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Tw 7 y w 1 w i v t 7 fA I f y LrT THE NEWSLEADER r itri SUBSCKtPllOt t 1 1l i n qtlz4 I 1h cr r L t t1lHtof i i ii ISiii iI rkwsitc YOU XYL NO r SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JJUNE 3 1909 iOD E1 YtAJ it I i trr DR W F TRUSfl PRACTICAL DENTISTAkover ydoBxber- Jentsl work atreonable prices i frllork JUarant d SP1UNGJraJLD KY i MJB DIRECTORY i I frltate i ID county seat ol WMkiaglon Co Qtx 52 miles sooth iuif let xexiHtpiu 59 miles frem l tusyilie od Bardstown branch of ini11e and jsfaskville lailroid in at larmiaff awl affricultmral district Two Banks telegraph and telephon likes express office flour mills lumbei fuels poptatl a 1700 population of itii5o I itepresentatl Congress Bon Bea Johnson Brd8tpwn Ky I OtepreseHtative In Kentucky LCRW ure Hon W C McChpra Representative in State Seate Hon GVnVJarvis Cambcllsvlle Kr 4 uRtyDreGOY 4 CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins oa the iourth gy in FebruaryM snd Octo t IR Tkurta1JUdgS I4 Durham Comt1oa C1Itk At oraeyir 0IeikjiRobt A tfoe K M G LeacaLfl MaseroB11jss sueritr JLL i QbiTRY LriIQuarterly Courts Held on the third Monday in each jnoatlu BI Lritsejr Judge OUNTY ousT y oautyoartMeet bu thefowth fitOl1day in ecM rnouth BItsey31d WIrBooker County Cleric J T S May et County Attorney George Catlett Jailer SJd ey Osbouifne Sheriff Sa Anderson DickIshanitt I DepattewI Jaaies JP Moore onntyt Surveyor T p QBryan i Assessor rwTHitckeli Deputy Robert Uoe Treasurer lM Montgomery Coroner 4 JW Bush fupt of Common ilioo1i P ospringfie1d CITY COURT lJamca R Noe Police judge John GraceIMaShal- p W F Cfrlgsby City Attorney r iI JUSTICE CpUT Jntice Courts are held in Janua1Yt nlYiApdt tif OJt rI i Church Directory MkTHODlsT CHTJRGH Rev G1 Khig Pastor Ser I vices every Sunday lXam and pm Sun4yBchoo1evarySuudaYat1OamPrayer aght CAdHOLIC CBTJRqH tRey P F Hennessay Pastor SetS Ibea iwehSundaTat 8 and 10 oclocl StrRose same hoursa at Services at pBBSBYTEEIAlf CHUkCH Rev RE C Lawson Pastor Friachinr every Sunday at 11 am tmcfat 7 pm Sunday school evprj Smnday at 10 am Piayef freptJp pTY Thursday eveninr at 7 oclvsi BAPTIST CHURCH Jtev Wto Harrisbn Wiiliam Pastoi Preaching every Sunday at la n and 745 pm Sunday School even I1nday LM30 a JR Pray r meetinl V ry Tuesday evening at 745 oclot CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevW TL Wolf Pastor e i ices flrstfahd fourth Sunday S ndaJ Vll ci iit im A-4jraterniurders AaI ONIC fOIGE Spriugflcid10dg eSQ meets first and third Mouda jJsaSk month lihinjtoaRlA Ch pl rJNo 3iets every second Tuesday Springfield Council XJo52 seetf 01 ierotrtlMondaY x1JIGdrSO TXMACA1IJtRS Meet f u u n it ucFm- UiEeftiam Vermlfug TIE HMUftTEEl WORMREM t MWl i-T C t v siAss b a ptpitI- 1arda Ut 9 I ST xooi lQ- Rar CROSS DRUG STORE rII OBSERVATIONSS I A GOOD THING The success acbieyed Jastyear in the loose leaf tobacco market which at first seemed but a speculative ex peritfcient will operate as a pow erful incentive to thepeople in g rieral to strive as a body for the advaticemetit of that which has Contributed so much to the personal happiness of the PEe pie and Jso much prompted the general welfare A few years ago it was thought that a to bacco market could be successfully conducted only in a large city Thjat the prices realised for tobacco on the local marKt last year were greater than on the market Of Louisville suffi ciently dembnstrales the fallacy- of this idea Washington county tobafcco is of a superior quality aml is always in demand which is an inducement to buyers to come to our market to purchase Anotber feature which should receive consideration is that when tobacco is sold on the Local market it not only benefits the grower who realizes higher prices and is saved cojjtsiderabie expense but also the people in every other business The money which inecessarily paid for expense is paid to local par ties and continues in circulation In Our own county Any coun iys prosperity is measured by jbhp number of business enter pi ises which it successfully sup ports There is already estab lished in our county a loose leaf tobacco market and now isthe golden opportunity for the people to lend their efforts In push ingit forward So large an amount of tobacco was sold on the local market last year thut it was found that the warehous rvas not commodious enough to handle it as w Has desired The new warehouse the contract for the erection of which has been letj will be sMfflciently large and well equipped to handle with ease the tobacco tthat will be offered for sale That there is every facilty for the successful handling of tobacco is beyond question The redrying plant will be invaluabletii th successful conduct of th6 business The prospect of making this the banner year in the countys history is to say the least brill iant A large number of hands wilL be iin demand when the Work opens so thatlill who wish to avail themselves of the oippo- rtunity to secure employment will have no difficulty in doing- so The redryer aloneT will em ploy 35 oMO hands tttWANT NEW TAX SYSTEM Tne International Tax Ass cia Lion Convention 19Q9 will be held iin Louisville Septembtr 21st to 24th next That city was chosen over Boston Minneapolis and Atlanta for this conven tion The Tax CommissIon of Kentucky appointed by the GoVernoris comppsefl of severai f the most prominent men of the StatesIt is claimed by some who urge a reform of ouiTax system that the Uniform Ad Valorem tax system is defec 4ye in many particulars They urgea constitutional ndrent providing for classification of r property for taxation instead of tne same taxation on all property regardless of kind It is claimed that the K ntuckVsys- temthrdws a greater burde cn rear estate property vfhicli f cannot beconcealed or removed 7r It t f MUST NPTSHOOlA sligb change which the Legislature made in our law in regard tc o shooting on the public highway II may result in some lew who an raQbiHIDderly made itan offense tto snoo at rand mon the highway The Court of Appeals held thi excuse apyone shooting at1- mark The last Legiditur r tutrt m ng the highway unless in defens Ijtlt iJersbtf or property FOR ALEA registered Do- roc Jersey gilt 13 mOuths old I E L tAVISON v Cannot Recover Fine r 0 Saturday morning Judge W CrBeilrendered a lengthy opic jon intbe caseof Ike Huff mai against the city of Harodsburj to recover a fine assessed again st him In City qourtfor viola tied of the local option laws by bringing iinto the town more j than a gallon of whisky Judge BelXheld that Huffman was not entitled to recover by reason of the fact thaihe had the right to take an appeal on the case and did not do so the City ordinance under which he had been tried having been declared void by Tudge Bell at a former term tha Circuit Court Huffman was finedS60IIi the Police cout1and paid 40 oflj1his tine The matter was taken be fore the City Coaucif which bv am jority of thetaiembars present voted to refund the SAOto Huffman Mayor Thompsoixye- toed the action of the board and OiLy Attorney Keenon tqofc1 the case IQ the Circuit Court for Judgd Bell to pass on His o inion settles the matter there being no other recourse for B 4f man Judge Bell has been highfy complimented ou tne able decision rendered by him in this case which SQts at rest the the ory of some that any one who was tried and tIed in toe City C6urt for violation of the ordi nance could recover their tine even if an appea1 was not taken Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest manI arried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 an lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at80A James Whrigt oi Spuflock Ky shows how to remain young JTYeel just like a sixteen yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters for thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bot tie of this wonderful medicine con goreateatruetp weak sickly rundown or old people Try them SOce Haydon Robertson Drugstore Kentucky Fair Dates Harrpdsburgy August i23 days Perryville Aug 183days Danville Aug 44days Standford July 313 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 27 5da3s Madisonville Augnst S 5 days Winchester August 34 days i Blue Grass Fair Lexington ug st- 9gdays Taylorsyille August lldays Uniontown August 105 days Lawrenceburg August 174 days Leitchfleld August 174 days jBrodJeadShepherdsvllle August i3 days Ewing August 19 3 days Shelby ville August24 5 days Springfield August 251 days London August 254 days Florence August 25 tdaysi Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August 13 days TompkirisvilleSeptember 15 days Fern Creek S pteniber 15 lays Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September T3 days fontlcello September J4 iday Glasgow September 81days STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 1416 DAYS Kits to Stop ihe Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deyeof Gladwin Mich was a run nng ulcer He paid doctors over 400 without benefit Then Buck lens Arnica Salve killefl th e nIce and cured him Cures BeyerSores Boils Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cut Corns 25c at Haydon and Rrbertson Drugstore An Odd Cane Mr George V7 RoBards ol this city has come into thE possession of a cane of whicl i he is justly proud It is madE of an osage orange stick and wa handcar yed b v a negro paralytic of Washington cpunty Itumost ingeniously carved witi all sorts of figures of tools jan iapletnents uscg on a farm Plows bhovels saddles atses louks a squire and compass scissors a ladder anolvarou1 s bth shapes not ordinarily foun on an article of this kind are cu a onjts sides It is a most uniqu object and struck the eye oDr John RoBards on one of hi e visits through the country R got possession of it tqd present RoBardsti t this cate so unusual is the fac that it was carved out by a mi who had no use whatever of his left hand and was compelled to hold the stick between his side and shoulder while shaping the odd forms which are now on it Harrodsburg Herald IWont Slight a Good Friend mediclnIagain ITcnow what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me for after ulng ten bottles ot Dr Klpg s New Discovery arid seeing its ex cellent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is made for Coughs olds and lung trouble Every one who tries It feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick v cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorhage Croup LaQrippe Sore throat pain in the chest or lungs its supreme 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free Guar aranteed by the Haydon and Rl5b erts Distributes Nil Wealth Mr Jtobn Taylpr a very wealthy man of Marion cointy has divided 40000 among fourteen heirs Among these heirs aro the children ofMrs Ella Bodjne whose father Mr M Taylor wasanephew of Mr John Taylor These children will receive their fathers share 10000 Mr Taylor has much other property hich it is said mounts over a million dollars He has nbeen married but hb wifedied se eral years ago and they had no children ill Hp s This We offer On Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that connot be cued by Halls Catarrh CUre F j Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lat 15 years and believe him perfectly honerabld in all business transaction and financially able to carry out any obUga tions made by his firm Walding Klnnau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iliter nally ting directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of the bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Congressman William Lorimer of the Sixth Oongressirnal dis trict of Illinois was elected Uuited States Senator Wedne day bya joint session of the General Assembly on the ninety fifth ballot receiving 108 votes The contest has been on since January 20th and Lorimer a Republican was finally elected by the aid of some Democratic votes1 We dp not know of any other pill that is as goo f DeWitts Little Early Risers ticlas us little liver pillssmall gentle pleasant and surc pills with a reputittonl Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy Paducab Ky 1Iay27Re ports over the county indicate that the tobacco crop in Mc Cracken county will be smaller this year than fast This is due principally to the scarcity of plants The same report comes in from all sections of the Black Patch and buyers are acting on this information Ic probably will buoy the prtcfl up considerably in anticipation Many weak nervous men have ow been restored to health vby Foley Kidney Remedy as it stimulates the kidneys so they Will eliminate the waste matter from the blood Inv purltica depress the nerves causing nervous eehaustion Jlland other ai mentti Commence today anti you will soon be well Pleasant tb takei Judge George R Pryor OnE of the oldest Iand best knowi lawyers in Nicholasville died Thursday of enerai debility He was abputseventy years old For Brown Doubleshdve plows Five Plow Cultivator Disc Harrow iTobacco Sette American Fence CQ Call or AC KIMBALL I STRAYEDFrowmy premii es about3 weeks ago 1 brindlE hull calf weight about 400 Ibs Will pLy pasturage and keep W P M ER ITT It you want to feel wellj look welt be well take Foleys Kidne kidneyapUrifiesthe an restores health and strength Pleas s ant to take and contains no harmfi a drugs Why not commence today FOR RENT Nice house an e yard and 1 acre ground on East Min Street Apply to nJlHNW LEWIS THESECOND- Whilwind Campaign For Better Education i The Second Whirlwind Cam paignMfor better education in 1 Kentucky has ben planned for June 27July 3 and will be big 1ger better arid more tbOIOugh than the former campaign It will cover the entire State both city and county with sjpecial reference to the rural communi t Tlec will1 openSundayniinister in the State will b e asked to deliver an addrss on Public Educaiion in Kentucky from his own pulpi The re gUlar speakers one humiiec strong will begin active work on Monday June 281n nearly every instance each speaker will cover two counties His work will be reinforced by local speak ers and every community will have an opportunity to parti cipate in the great educational movements which are Sweeping oyer Kentucky One of the most important events of the campaign in each county will be the Rally Day This should be the greatest event in the history of the county An illday openair meetingwith music and marching and special entertainment has been plunued to take pace in each county seat Let every business man every busy man every Kentu cky woman attend the big meet ing All teachers trustees and school children should aitenoi this meeting and they should be joined by every one who is interested in the children of the CurLmon wealth Many of the most noted men in political and official life in Kentucky have been asked to deliver addresses on the occasion and every effort will be made to make iit a gala diy A great conference of the speakers and superintendents has been planned to meet in Frankfort prW to the opening of the campaign and a complete review of the work of the cam paign will be made and a uni form plan of action will be decide l upon The entire purpose and scope of the work will be discussed a uniform plan will be agreed upon and all speakers will be asked toVoork in unison One important change hi the plan of the coming campaign will be the shifting of the bombardment from the city to the rural community Mot of the campaign 6f 1908 was devoted to the cities and small towns while that of 1909 will attempt to reach rural school conditions Asa rule the cities have good systems of education already and every effort will be made to bring the standard up to the rural school oj Sometimes you may be tod that there are other tings just as jjood as He Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills That isnt so Nothing made i as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bind der Pills forany ailmets of the Kidney or bladder which always result in week back backache rheumatic pnins rheumatism and urinary dEs orders A trial of DeWittft Kidney and Bladder Pills is sufficient to con vince you how good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt Co Chicago for a tree trial Jjpx They are sold here by Red Cross Pharmecy I Drainage and Ditches A writer in Colemans Rura World says this is the time 0 year for trimming brush hedges etc along the fence lines and roadsides In my travels ovei the state the fact is very notice able that many farmers perais in throwing these trimmings in 1tv theside ditches of the road or else where they may be wash edMnto the ditches This bfusl i washes downto the culverts am lodges across or in the openin- totshoke the culvert and thereb obs rucs the rueflcwof water forcing iit ono or across tthe roadbed The result is a vast am unt of damage to the traveled roadway No man has alegInor- al t a mor right toobstruct a road drain The law is plain upon this But it should not be heccessarv to penalize f anybody for this in f ing ment of the law Good roads should be the desire of all and every man should lend his efforts toward keeping the road passable at least as far as riot tp throw obstructions in the ditches It isimposible to keep a firm roadbed without drainage and the ditches must be kept open and unobstructed in order to getthe drainage I sincerely hope that everyman will give this matter some thought and consideration Thai road officials cannot nmke the roads without the aid and in terest of the citizenship of the strte Certainly not if the citr iz ns persist in ignoring the main features of agood road that is drainage It dusts money to lkeep up tfre roads and every property hojd er is paying his part It requires some of that money to repair a washout or watersoaked rtrddramount from the general im provement of the road Dp riot impede your local road official and thereby your own interest by carelessly or wilfully ob structing the road d rin You Never Can Tellrjust exactly thtause of your rheumatism but your know you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow l Liniment will cure Itrelievesthe painrepuces the swelling anTi urn bers the jjoints and muscles so that- youwili beas active and well as you ever w reJPrice 5J 50c a dSlOO Sold by Drug Store Married at St Josephs The marrigeof Miss Margaret Moore andT8iv Guy Baldwin was solemnized atSt Josephs church on Tuesday May 25 at 530 a m Very Revs 0 JO Uonnell officiating Notwith standing the very early hour quite ja number of friends of these VdpU tar young people as sembled at the church to witness the ceremony Thebride wore handsome travelling suitof greengrey cloth tailored effect with hat and gloves harmonizing with shade of suit Miss Beat rice Rod man Maid of Honor wore a tailored suit of green clothl bat and gloves of corresponding shade The groom slid ills best man Mr John Spalding wore the conventional suit of black broadcloth Mr ana Mrs Bald win are prominent and popular members of the younger society of this city they left on the morning train fpr Louisville thence they will go to Washington D C and other eastern cities returningtp Bards wn in about two weeks Their many friends join in wishing tnem happiness and prosperity JMr13JL1dJ f are well known to vthe people lot Springfield where they have Ire quently slted Thefe aremany imitationa of DeWitts elSalveJ1eV1ttdl get DeWitts OrbolIedWitch Hazel Salve when you ask for it It is good for cuts burns anflt bruises and is especially good for Piles Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy At Memphis The Confederate veterans wil ineef at Memphis June 8iC 1909 A special rate jf ODE cent a mile plus 25 cents will bE given on the louisvirje and Nash ville railroad This will be i II1most enjoyable trip totbosea vailing themselves of this op portunity One Dose for Coughs a 1 Children cough at night Give them Ayers Cherfy Pec oral Often a single dose at bedtime will completelyI- I control the cough Good for any one with a cold or cough I rood for easy cases hard cases good for acute Case i chronic cases Ask your doctor to tell you honestly and itfrankly just what he thinks of this old standard flgjW No alcoholin this cough medicine 71 geT I A lazy Uu makes a lazy boy An active braIn demands an active liver No eIIaztlvc for boys and girls than Aytcs Pills Ask your do torabout them ekno- WaJ LEBANON LOCALS 1 From the Enterprise i 0t 111ssrs Anthouv Wa1 ton and Sam Marples of the Eleasaiift Run DeighborhoodT while coming to town Wednesday mornipi were vi toms ot a runaway ac cident and bpthraen werfe painfully inured the latter con dition being critical Mr Jmes AsDtingherty age abu 02 years died at thehonje cf his sister Mrs Noble Wayne ixunday night of a complication off diseases Funeral services were conducted at the residence after which bls remains were ititerned in the Wayne burying ground The deceased was ian exemplary cidzenafld his fami ly have the sympathy of the community V Miss Nannie K Wrightand- E E Eichar4son both of wllome reside in the Clipper end oftbe c qntywere United in marriage at the home of Judge Jopn A Burton yesterday after no rn LJe judge perf0rming the ceremony The brice ia 17years dtage and the daugbter of J Wr Wright the groom is14ania employed by thb N R R Cott Pete Williams and Joe Ham ton both colored were tried be fore United States Commissioner C 0 Boldnckf Wddjie3dy morL Lug f selling liquor without Ii cense After hearingtbepiooft- hEcu misioner dismissed Hamilton and held Williams tor anew er to the next Federal grand jury in Louisville He gave oond and was released Both arrests were made by a United States Deputy Marshal who stopped over in tjiis city Tnee day evening enroute from Co lumbia to Louisville having in custody Mark Daniel of Casey county chiTrged with selling liquor without license Daniel1l was tried at Columbia and held to the grand jury In default of bond he was sent to prison in Louisville The suit of Mrs Mary Elliott against the National Casket Co and Scott Moore of Louisville for 10200 damages alleged to have been sustained in a runar war last November caused by Air Moores automobile was tried ia the circuit ojart lass Friday and Saturday and re mS11aplaintiff who was in the buggy at the time of the accIdent secured a judgment against the same defendants earUer in the term for 3500 J A Hardes y Jr who sued Virgil Bobbitt for 5000 danjt ceived1hil JLVO men about a year ago was awarded a jugdment r 25 And costs A cross petition was filed bv lr Bbbbitfc against JD and J A Hard sty Jr in which be saught damages in the sum of 5000 The costs of the suit it is said will amqnrit to several hundred dollars v TheBiiHtad is of two kinds conceit and the Trig head that comes Uroni a sick beadr ache Does your head ever feel like ajjoard and your brain feel loose aad sore You can cure it in no time by acting on your liver with Ballard H bine Isnt it worth trying fot the absolute and certain relief yoaUl get Sold by The Red Cross Drui Store Kentucky Dog Tax iPrankford Ky Ma1JLAc cording to the report qI State Auditor Frank Jaine the total taX collected pa dogs ioi 1907 was 1499qfcl4 ana I10616475 was paid into the sctioof fund after paying tQr sheep that lutf been killed by dogs to amouu Of 4574220 Toe total ntanjbNiro does assessed during ibo WM 188985 Phis year iit i1iStlite- d the dog tx willb12i649 and the sheep claims p ld wil be about 3400485 JTobrMIIk jisan lnfits lois iuwelgkt r js ftI poor health The ca1iflythat thechild has woHiMi itijfcfi the noarisfapjeBt In the ooJ awdt t baby staryear liclvwily start Whites CreaM Yemlf Ofe eip the Woras and JiOUrlotbe child sure and safe Price 25t S by RedCross Drug t r1 i rj1 Tke Ma W xm Pr I illTo gnd aaaa IM jpbJHJi day who keeps hjfc Wowkwt to use v tiackrjexpr4o JaVroIri4rsbigsi Br1ithis one comes cHrt of mrf j6 r liticle contest C11MI frknltHl iidl V with unblemished 4 reo ili yv world astoanaifif woab J1S I Jpreferabe one lcnllill Jeterib ing him Be uJofeiiib i W fcnl Y sown is to the f llMireisuch uwan3Vrsppeanpitji i individual are the be iod nb c lest qualities that go to ikthe highest tpeQf mae ft t hm can be found ho er abdfcf a wan Tespectitig hk proat tr v and one whose + moijtyjiMiii i back to colonial days The suxgestioi of h1a UM for the GubernatoralOIIMIO1 Brings much jortojil iiiir ii il 1 The succesf otv hit e kkejrv will mean much to UHf KteU M this lime eilabtIUy ccxiyltl twith integrity advaIimd1i v l courage will cost fb id Mich irf this hour of necety b JVe feel that tfMof Zm X lucky should again jmrm hec eyes to Nelson Soua y to ttk j son forthe hfghWTiWtimHPtfit OotamotiweaUH Whattjetter j t man do w i1it M 1 ban Ben fahaftbavaai VfciUsM r4 Beater platform tban A jAiM wan Who keep his pr tiatielby Sentiiwll r t4 vjif i t VItI pgf 4 j t Tile 9aost4elteate part of k JN ttilits boweJs Etfery allatat that rItsmfferg with attacks tin Wt4 ai sO endangerin the f f life of the iaf 1e Lj Elixir Curs aBdaltder feet Ol tW ItSRP 1 otbqirejs soldbMc i Storeh i j t i f ATimetoyyBs 4 t Thf country ii ojag tbNfL1 big COrn crop EtTllI 1 acre ic being plaMedU Byijltjrr lug up poor wheat citttag iow the oats acreage arxl timUff JM dot all the rraw tbai oa M Ipared for the plitpptf i tiw onr + acreage has beei SncriMiJ lItJ12 par cent orer latper Itqhsheenatahighpdeso losg l tf that nearly ererycHM k looMif y toit ast1 SureMllDfI pus pect Wese3abor WT botb for its cash T1aMits beaefit tooai Uf sock iii 51 restltA big eoa erp jr mean chtaptr cera bet iiIIfI4tcii spells teM risk for fwUrvaW t such a C0a41uojo k bosad s react fvcxabMlIpOtar The fifcrBMri wlrt with all their rush for a bwapsr 0 crop slUJ rjim tiWr Mcwk ilk terest will be iia liM iorptfull benefit from the suMss work WhjMth N of t t give attention to oifctr thiiiii J the fzaighted brdt has bbs best of opportn litm4 ok tttfcwndation stock with M j tIIrtsirfctionB ok clwkw aif liM f terjai t Thos who stat lbeilpurfbrsd bulla tt ibis CJfIIIIIIIt u t J tUDe jncare a hs ho stick to their welllaid plam tor Imroving their oattts wliBi J iArPUrl l their cocn crop iwU J1n J ili tbe end4Fpji jt rjJ 11tOCIII1the highEr the JalGMIII foif1 j mtnba1ndl trsMrslUte whiCh us 114 c ThsthM beest a 1tIn A 1Cl ot ppdMcck oaWe a6L1Ui 1 last year sad Ue prsssn Jiprot tbec iafcry iirnot e lsti1 ki eeeta edy J j i lean ffcrmers art pipue to ik uAf- te oat ibiD M a U t ws the thia tbM l Ihe greatest piodt While th mass aria esgagd jatIbis ok iJreoPtrU quest wtb earfli t 4og of wha peteP T- bq tberetE n Ewith aNrsnos t1 w l I bsnd- r IIOqieuf bSY1SOOII 4 LfiIi jLh i4t r O- lei f eF oil I W 4uiob hIbI4 PkiA SMITH a SprlngfleW Ky T i r DIf Inv IfADIR SPMNIILD KY i AY L J Editof t and PIbsrSrftU ATt 3UNt1i1II Democratic TkktI 1VJTor 4r Ult Judirts J L- IAttyC TjftJRMA CbMM k S HILL 1HIltati1l qHAM- cMy JiideB LJtOtIIItlA i lBJlA ES City ckW J BOOKER I Circuit tBOB NOE T14 r XIDERSO1 riuttdeiittaJV4EO U CATLZTT iIKrWT MITCHELL Coraaern W E CRtiME Teyw QOBEETaK Tte AlkaYakonP ciic Ex position 1t BMtiite Wu formally J oed TMa4r ataooa Presi dent Taft prMNMd tbfc sina1 key hi tb hitH ataQinK I toawbck tth Machinery of JiM We aoW in notion At Mtattjt there was an elaborate raM1HyLpti pby J u J HillpThe statute f Abraban Lin o1nwatUtvei1edat Hodgenyille M4ay with imposing cere onifBV Bob T Lincoln the only sirTifing member of the Lincoln fmUy1nd many other disUogftiafctd men were present Henry Watterpon was the prin cipalorator v A large number of the busi ntai men of Louisville met at tbe board of trade hall May 27 a4 adopted rtsolDtjbns declar iig their eliefthat State jdel prohibition would be detrimen talk thYbdit interests of Ken t ttcky j Hon Thomas T Crittenden Tapand a former Governor cfMiss burl died at bis borne iin Kansas City last Saturday as the result of a stroke apoplexy j j Archishpp John Lancaster Bpalding of Peoria TIt iis at fr his old home at Lebanon His present health is far better thau 1atanytire In the past five years Tick Creek v Alter an absence ot three weeks 1 will tty to drop a few MheshOping they rill be of some T intersst o the many readers off the Rood old NewsLeader t Wtare sorry to chronicle the r death jof Mrs Thena IshMm which occurred on the 17th of M prtYrAfter funeral services conducted j by Bay Simaur the remains were aid in the Battle cemetery to await the resurrection morn Cjarter Flail returned home pleuantjvisit to his uncles Chas Go wens and Henry Hallof Spencer county j Mr John Tobin bought two hogs of tirs Maggie Mpbley for MIQ a Mrs Susie Lawrence of your town yisifedjier uncle Dan Wif jkerton of this place Saturday and Sunday Those from this place who at t teiided the moonlight partyt given by Ttfiss Adray Canery of Canary were Miss Mattie Tobin and BLCle Mr Pat Tobin WmV Lawrence and Henry Brady Mr Dfo Wilkerson sold three shoats to Mr Cosby Beg y of- FenwikfOr15 Mr 5ffan Carey and family of BttrtVi8ifedMrs Carter flail Sunday GowensofSPenceroo tlfsp1abe MrJohn Russell ihas gone to MarjinsVille Ind for the ben fit of Kis health MejLba Wilson has gcne toThdintocaI1on his best girl Tp that attended the deed CI riXioaat Rock Bridge froth this plies w re Miss Ella Whitebonse Mittdvill iLawrence Lqys Yap4key Miss r Namnw L Hilton and I iJifaae daysJF t Jr DlL Ir tIL RLSI-II1II rPbMISscyq1 e111 Iam ill LJitPWsSdka sioiS LLiLLu t Igo to make his future home in Oklab Mi Mr Ben Bug lt Wile and son JaiMs sperffc Friday with their daughter Mrs George Goode of Stewart v Mr Frank Haydon Jr1 was a ykitor at the home of Mr tsveM Gill last Sunday night Tnose pn the sick list are all Iimproving We Are glad to re port Miss Lucy Han able to he I out again to Crows This Wfe offer One Hundred Dollars Re w rd for any case of Catarrh that Ct not be cured by Halls Catarrh Chrej F JCheney Co Toledo 0 oWeFJ Cheney for the last 15 years nd belfeye him perfectly honerable in all business transaction and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding innau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hails Catarrh Cure is takbn internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the bottle 3old MbyTake Halls Family Pills for constipation Litsey y Quite an enjoyable surprise arty was given Miss Sue andEleanor Reed on last Friday evening A large crowd of the young folks of Pleasant Grove w Mereto say enjoyed themselves very much and Miss SueandEleanor proyed themselves to be vry charming hostesses Those pre sent were Misses Yeola Brown and Jennie Leach man ofr Springfield j Francis Litsey Nannie Thompson Sarah Reed Bertha Edginton Harvey Van arsdale Lavenia OConnor audI Messrs Fred Yanarsdale Mittt Leachman Boss Leachman Dee Edginton Wm Martin Emmett Reed Jack Reed Harvey Leach mao Harvey Sweeney Edd Litsey Peter Shehan Henryr Gregory Edgar Wilson N P Rev L Payneand JobnPolmI Decoration day was fittingly CJbserveda1i Pleasant Grove on lastl Satnrday afternoon A large crowd was present quite a number being from a distance who Drought many tokens of remem heroics In the way of flowtrs to scatter upon the graves of the dead and afjter the decoration the beautiful Well kept cemetery presented the appearance of a Piaynesandscholary address whicn wasj listened Jo with marked atten1 tiOn by lJi hearers Miss Gage Qregorv who has been attending school at MidI diesboro the past year is at home to spend vacation Misses Veola Brown and Jerii nie Leachman two charming young ladies of Springfield spent Friday and Saturday with Miss Sue Reed Mr Edgar Wilson of Pleasant Run spent Friday night with Chas and Edd Litsey Mr L Cornish of Cormsh yule spent Saturday and Sunr day with his son Charles of this place MooreSVlJ1ewas neighborhood Sunday afternoon Mr J R Reed and wife were fat Fenwick Sunday pOpnJarfrlBros nursery was through here the latter part of the week lak ing orders for the fall delivery Mrj Harvey Sweeney ofr Louisville is visiting N P Thompson The members off the Pleasant 1Martini t persoWfrom juryItseare very much intereoted in the affairSOf tnis little village and if the number of indictments are m ofIwitness2shave to be a special rmf nalTSj gotOThe aT the teaa at that place if the lutimonkeys out of us but never a hid we will be there good and strong when the game is balledr t You Never Cn Tell jjtexactIythicause of your rhen j atibiQ but you know you have it SnowLhlUMstwlllI theplarepuces UmwkNs so eat you will be AS active and well as ypu 1OSoldr Electric Bittersocce d when everything else falls In nervous prottratioa and female ItUptemerem DSTOMACHk k the best medicine ever sold over a dxgglss counter BFairAfter a weeks vjsit at the home of Mrs Jus Truax and citherBoggess has returned to her home in Carthage Ill A number from here went to Willisbuig Sunday MraJW Rays father and mother visited her this week Mrs F M Carney entertained at dinnerThuraday Mrs Bopges rs Jas Truax and daughters Rosa Maryand Teresa and Mrs Vandeventre Mrs Math Trnax Eobjert Hays was home from Bloomfield Saturday and Sundav thMrtwo children Mr Sam Yo urn and Mrs Fannie Lydane atten ed the decoration at Fahvi w Saturday The childiJens exercises at aud Sunday were well attended and greatly enjoyed THE HARDY CODFISH H Will Live FurOutof Its Na tive Element A man who had stopped at a stand I snpointed tits ungenat a fish that pleasedl his fancy beUig about two feet lonjc and weighing about five pounds That looks like a nice fish to me he said whereupon the dealer picked the fish tip to put it on the scale The moment he picked It up the flh began to wriggle and the next thc ment It had slipped out of the dealer grasp and fatten on the sidewalk As the fish jyebt down the customer turned to the stand and picked outt another which the dealer picked up nnd this fish stayed quiet until It had been put on the scale but the Instant It touched It It began to flop vigorousit and finally flopped itself scale pan to fall on the stand below Codfish these two lively and vigor ous fish were the cod being a fish that will live out of the water three or four hours a good deal longer than rnwIfish At Fulton market lire cod catalmost always be found The dealers akeepEast river just across South street and top retail trade brlpg over maybe fifty or a hundred pounds at a clip enough to last half an hour or an hpur and when the stock runs low they bring over another lot fresh out of the fish car The cod though a salt water fish will live for hours In fresh water An angler who goes occasionally to th4 fishing banks tells of carrying home a codfish caught In the afternoon and placing it in a bathtub to find It alire the next riiornlng New York Sun TOOK NO CHANCES Young Bessemer Was Cautious as Wen as Inventive The most trivial Incidents have often Sioriginatedmen Take for example the fortunes made out of Bessemer steel TblsgenT Ins young Bessemer had some Idea of making steel out of iron but a poor newly married young man hnsno means of experimenting on a large scale Thp story I must tell as II have heard it from an Intimate friend of Bessemer and Is a true tale After laboratoryeXperlm last obtained the desired result blowing air throjugb melted Iron he found In the bottom of the crucible a little lump of the famous steel Now the question was how to make tho discovery public He put tin lump of steell Into his poctict and made hue waj to fffnsmyth of steam hammer fame Placing the metal on Nasmyths dpsk he told him that IIP had made thll1 es trajbrdlnary discovery which would revolutionize the whole metal world Then camp a little incident which shows what wonderful farads these Scotch financiers posscs4 What do you think Nasmytb said to his excited Inventor tEh mono Its vary risky to show worldtisTo which the aspiring Inventor re plied uRlght Mr Nasmyth I Just calculated whom I was coming to see so with my last half crown I registered the Invention On my way London Strand Magazine TWIN EARTHQUAKES Two Distinct Series of Shocks Are Felt Almost Simultaneously Among the most Interesting earth tremors from a scientific point otvb are those known as twin earth quakes where twodlstlnct series of shocks are felt separated by an Inter val of two or three seconcsJn each series the vibrations Increase to a maximum anti die away the whole duration including the quiet Interval being eight to twelve seconds in some parts of the earthquake zone the most powerful shocks are nearly always of this kind When they occur how ever there Is always a strip of cotin try where only one shock Is felt Apparently there are two distinct points of origin for these shocks and the strip where u single shock Isfelt Is that where tnV two sets of vlbratlops arrive simultaneously The fact that this band Js straight lows that tiu twin shocks occur together and that therefore one Is not a consequence of the other Probably there Is an S shaped bend In some Interior layer of rock and the twin foci areqt the points of greatest displacement namely the bends of the S The roo us such n twheartbq ementthttI fore results in accentuating thetorD of the ibId in the earths crust New YorkJIerald r-T tivt ig C1on and I Little Clown 4 By TEMPLE BAILEY I tUteralHi41 + Iu ++ + tIIIIIJ +Be wits big and burly a figure In his fantastic dross to make nil the little boys giggle and the little girls stare ha splfThat was when he was In the ring ut when he was clothed In the ordinary garb of a citizen he was simply fresh faced boy who could stroll along the rlllage streets without attracting unasiial attention He liked the little villages where the ourcusth thenro blndschSoclownuld o ahnejust like to stay behind t fa sarmerawhile 4wThe little clown was a woman When she Mas dressed for the ring she w sooresash and carried a big stlck 9f red glrlslandbossro of laughter when she shook her rattle at them hI know said the little clown how you feel Sometimes I1 think it would Be nice Jo have a little house and make b threade green grass and have a cat and a dieplacoHer voice trailed oft dreamily The big clown looked down at her Tve been funny nil my life be said When I wasnt anything but a baby m y father used to take me In the ring with him He was a clown too and Ive Just grown up to it asympatboticllysaiduant then somehow we cant get away timetorhis pointed hat in his hand and titer ut Iton waytromltneighbors Id like to be a sheriff In ome town or mayor or on the school bonrdttHe smiled till the thick white1 paint on his face was folded into deep thThenUtile clown turned her attention to tfie contortionfst who was in shining Irl descent green like a snake tll wish you wouldnt pay so much attention to the big clown the contor tionist told her I cant ever get a minute with you The little clown looked at him with 11Jtl1epiebrancresDid you ever t But she the asked skytts for apple trees Ii anything so pritty ns you arc Le I ClOinbusinessClOin and devil act The little clown leaned forward eagerly have always wanted to do something like that she said Ive wanted to have an act that would make people do something bcc Ides und I togiggle ought get pre t ly good pny Well I should say the contortion ist Uragged I get bigger pay now than any one lu thE showk and you j tnUibtJcuij business Yes said the little clown It would And when the contortionist had got the little clown sought the bearded Indy Which would you rather do she demanded hare a little house in a country town with a fireplace and a cat and a husband that people looked up to or would you rather boa head litter In the circus business Now the bearded lady In tsplteof her masculine appearance was a wise woman and a sympathetic one Id rather be the wife of the man Ilored she tolq the little clown whether lie was In country village or the circus It Isnt jthe place that makes us happy Its the tuna The Ittle clown nodded ber bead hut tnt not sure she began and then tie bearded lady said Well be sure fore you decide Hof am going to know qucs tloned the IIttleclownoJ vYoull know whrn tho time comes raid the bearded lady sensibly And rffer the little clown had gone away he bearded ladysat and thought and thought and when the performance iras over site sent for the big own 1So you loye the llttlo lo1n sIlie laid How did you know be demandedi Everybody knows the bearded lady told hlmYou cant hide It Well I do love her the big clown confessed and want to take her away from nit this and live In a little house In a llttlo town and have chick ens and a cow The little clovu wantS a fireplace IndybutDid she tell you tlje big clowni asked eagerly Yes said the bearded lady but andItsfgclownLeflvQ vice at the next village and see how she tnkesltH So the next night when the lights were out In the big fcntj nnd the tired crtormers iglagsI clown came to the little clown and said jGoodby Butbut the little clown sin m mered I dOst want you to go flit ilm going to settle down the big clown told her and have a little house with a fireplace and a cat The Ilitlo clown caught her breath kepbouseI shall live aione the big clowns voice had a note of pathos There Is only one woman that I should tare to have sit In frontOf that fireplace and she values fame and fortune moretbnn site vnl1csloYe What makes you think that cried the little clown and just then the con lougiownulsterand tMy automobile is outside he said to the little clown and I have asked the bearded lady to ride with us to tho next village It Is much more ple 43 ant than to co In the ram I z IfutnUK you very I1JUcbsald tile little clown and held out her hun to the big clown I hope youll be very alone In your big house she e big clown with your d your cow and your forwardI your catc lien voice broke ran out ofthe tent The big clown took a step but the bearded lady stopped him i IL uetIAndpresentlYthe big whizzed away and the big clown left alone beneath the stars of ring night He sat djpwn on his trunk in andI middle of the deserted ring planned how on the morrow he get his money out of the bank build a house land begin a new life as a m1bstnntlalcUlz n But all the Joy had gone t of his plans when he could not e face of the little clown at his e or her slender figure In the air In front of the fireplace And even while he yearned for e came to him running over wdust silently so that he did not know she was there until her arms ere about his neck Ubbedsure of himself and of me And bearded lady got out too and coming to play propriety only so much slower than lam want to Jive In a little house with antiInnd have chickens and a cow And a fireplace and a vat big clown had her In his arras ere was deep Joy In his voice And you shall be the mayor ay planned the little clown And you shall make bread hang your clothes on the 1adIlaughed the big clown And youll both live happy affer prophesied the bearded who just then came up panting and gave them her blessing like a very hairy godmother C The Head of the House The baby was Ill and the doctor or dered that he be taken to the sea This Involved the closing of the house until the little one should be well enough to return After the wife had secured hotel accommodations by the long distance telephone the man of the houso went to his room and slowly and thoughtfully spread the entire r contents of his w4rdrobe upon his bed at they might be convenient for his to pack He stood surveying them deep in meditation1 when his wife came into tho room and began to speak to him c He raised his hand rebuklngly Dont talk to me now Susie dont talk to me I have a great deal on my mind If we are going to the seashore day after tomorrow there are many things to be done and I must planHis wife who had already tele phoned the butcher milkman baker grocer expressman and ticket office and given the maid a months vacation and arranged with a relative for the care of the dog gazed at him In silence uA great deal on my mind he re peated Then the Interrogative na lure of his wires silence forced him to explain You see he sid tI have got to put a nail in the cellar window and stop the newsaperYouts Com panlon MusicianThose the feeling and some of the proficiency of a musician reveal It ID t lelr work They are usually colorists with more eye for the colors and tone of nature than her shapes and form Sqch a cue was Corot Ue had ood tenor voice and played on He tang at his work and thefonn when lie was not painting through the forest of Foutalnebleau ir around the village of Vllle dAvray Absorbing tile beiiutyof the scene and storing up Impressions for future pic tures In fact his whole long life of seventynlup years watt to Le Pore Corot an his friends loved o call him a song And one feels It In his pie tures at least In Ills later ones by which lee bestt known Their color ing Is subdued like a 1111111or wak ug flInio for It was the dwn or twi light that he preferred tc paint It vibrates with the latin of uelody and uro acid there Is an accent of qffect tthat trembles llkfthe string of uk violin CorotM lung life was jrcmarkable Instance of a man lining able to con tluuc lo tht ond tin springtime of bk youth Circle Magazine Power Boat Racing Power lboat racing Is growing mow and more popular each sfcason Tht marine motors tire gradually Belpg perfected and owners are willing to cOWS pete In races over Jong courses The New York to Marblehead race was the first one of these long raqcs and this has been followed byI the Bermuda race and the Hudson river race This year there will be the rate to She burne to Block Island and on Lake Ontario there will be a bohtest over a course 200 miles In length for a cup offered by Thomas Flemlr g Day who has been largely responsible for the many big distance events that take place each season This rice on LUke Ontario wlll be started Thiirsdav Aug SHAKESPEARES FOISOKs They Are Taken Tpo Seriously by Com Modern Che nfotr It is one of the penalties of Shake 5 penres position psa great poet that his words are ukcn erloi sly A learned dOctyr In a fprelgn scion tlflc review has been molding an Inqui sltlon into the poisons nicntloned by him He points outthat he juice or cursed hebeiion which Claudius Is said to have poured Into the ear of Hamlets father Is Incupi bio of plerc ring the tyinpanuin of he ear and therefore could not buy pen trateiJI the body and pplsoned the the ghost alleges Again the narcotic which Friar Laurence a ministers to Juliet watt probably either Datura stramonium or lmnnAv n roUt The first Is used by the convicts In New Cnledonfa when they wish to rob their companions but Its effects do not last fortytwo loursnor anything like that time A scientist who experimented on thntlIntenseand this did not happen to Juliet As for the polioh which was riven to Ro nlep It Vas probnbly aconite or one of those miked poisons composed of vegetable alkaloids and ptnmjilne since was so remarkably rapid in its effects But tint Is the fault of tcQ serious people They will take everythingt SP kilWJnothingcotlesHe was a poet and not acbem 1st and might therefore b allowed the usual poetic licenseLontiou GIob t r Jti i 7 II GRUNDY i MclNTHtE IIiZirrft1 C = I 40 If JJk L A1nsApP8CI I Mens Boys C1 Clothing thing x c tats both felt and straw Mens Shoes Boys Shoes Mens Shirts 50c to 150 411Bpys Shuts 50c to 150 theII Summer Underwear in all grades short sleeves and knee drawers Mens Heavy Work Gloves Mens Ki dClovesIeQBryanBros Overalls is in can be Iin you wish T f r tiT J I ii J t Billy Sullivans Task Close tabs are being kept on the work of Billy Sullivan the new pilot of the Chicago Americans Sullivan has a hard task on lets hands In trying to fill Fielder KiUtH sliots The latter was op of the greaiesf leaders a base ball team ever had Ills capturing of the pennant and the the worlds championship with a team of weak batters in 1000 proved without doubt his great ability Sullivan has been one of the leading catchers of nUiIiY SUTJIjIVAIJ CHICAGO AMEBKUNS NEW MANAQEU the country for many years He start ed his career with Dubuqueln 1897 and letter signed with Columbus 4ti 18991 he was syld to Ute Boston Nationals and when the baseball war broke out lu 1901 he Joined the Chi cago Americans Sullivans iirst de sire when he entered professional l baseball was to shine as an Infleldfer and he played short until an accident left his team without a catcher With out any previous he was put In to catch and found it was his position When McGraw Began to Play Ball That Jbhn J McGraw the great leader of the New York Giants and un questionably the priced manager In baseball today should ever have playejl a position for sjo Inslgnlfl cant a salary as 10 a week and board seems almost Incredible Mr Freder- Ick Bixhy of Buffalo Is the authority for the above statement Mr Bixby said recently Yes It Is true that Icngaged John J McGraw now manager of the New York Giants to play ball for our club for a salary of 10 a week and board It was In 1890 when I was living at Wellsvlllc Allegany county NY was treasurer of tbp Wellsvllle Baseball club Ours was u semiprofessional club playing three or four games each week McGraw applied to us for an ens aridgagement ns we of a luau we signed him to play shOrt- stop and agreed to pay him 10ya week In addition to his board Hfrre course on account of his extreme yOuth be was uqdeseioped but he bore all the a future great ball player IIt didnt matter how big the umpire was if he gave u xvroug decision against our club he got his from Mac good and plenty Salvldere Now a Steeplechaser Salvldere the Brighton Cup winner of 1907 Isthe latest recruit to the cross country game Reports from Alken SO where he was wintered say that5he flies the jumps Hke a bird In his Befooling and gives promise of filling tbfe place left vacant by the death of Good and Plenty one of the greatest steeplechase horses ever foal ed In this country It waS during the summer racing meet of 1900 at the Brighton Beach trUck that Salvldere was to the racegoers In his maiden effort he was pitted against tfountalnblue nnd ran that fast but er ratic colt to tJ neck aftet which John Eo Madden and Thomas Hitchcock bought Ulnii from Hrtrry Brown at auc f ing the season and earned 50000 n t HTM 8MM PrtviMU r I i Ladies lpPlrc Ladies Suits 7 LadiesSkirt Misses V Ladies Shirt Waists tH I Petticoats Satin and SIlkJt i R G Corsets h l t Black Cat Hosiery 1 f f Topsy Hosiery i Summer Underwear all kinds k tong and Short Kid Gloyesy Lqng t and Short Silk Gloves Ifr o Dress Goods Departnient eI5 complete Depirtmentvery complete anything I found this department A full Line of Trunks and Traveling Bags I ALWAVS6NHAND I PaperI I 1ORUNDY u McINTIRE f JIll i wlnnlugfoff experience natural highest countryIetelnneed U1d1played earmarksof introduced flng WRETDtAR Skirts 1f1 I j Ed M Russell i I JEWELEr99IND OPTICiANp r S6YS9a lf 00 I vvvIl VIN WflISTI UJ The tCoppage Cafe Cb T 5 0 INCORORATEDI iJ NWCorncr7th Market LOUISVILLEKY1c f Home Phe7765 Sftfclal AttentlM ta Mali Order Cvsters Ctw lHa I42f ffL t- rr lf Ji We akaspeciaty of the following brands J s it J r 4i JHaltingly Moore 5pnn 1902 at 400 i j ijBelle of Marion Sprint 1902at A O i X Everglad Wathens Sprint 1907 at225 t tA j We also handle Mattlnjly More Rolling ftrk Z and Willow Spring bottled l11 bond Pure Apple Brandy an l Blackberry Wine t 44n4 j BiI ff 44ix vr v v C144 1 ttsTime t Flies 14 lb ro 1 IIt F 2ec i Is aa old adage I Its a big jump the ugb from the time of the DrtI clock tc now BridgeXbi chasm and what you The first clock crude tie ope of today a chronome ter V f Accurate Clocks and ElegantJewelry Is what you find the year 4rround8t my Jewelry Stores My ne stock refli ing Jewelry stock i ToYeIODeJS Bflj From Me ifC r t i i I JasJ1Grave- 4 Jt1 J v 34t4i 4t S il rct J Imuljronft P pV Vtby my dll1YQ had party hist month flow often do you tMIflbto enptalv your friendi fTUls CitittrtQo to entertain my friends1 pupa butlb snnfrimy neirili Ufi le Struggles lit Vainl 1DIJrkUtbt lila useless 1RecontI Man must alwtyt to wm hlfcU ta the belief that tho isbiowI ls- knowkblsGstha t J fo1zYrnEYTAIMOstk a1koiia l T 47 Jr JCharccs i L 1 The Vfrdlnary man feels ttbm tlth tMgItsntgood living raisIng cklc Tlwvst i ferag w mnnt lIt atAfot come to wjirat jahe t lChlcagcr IllordE1ttald t f 41 0 It ii Cvrls r J J J J4igUj agsla cT sPvsias tkeia 1 tCaeyIotitt rub Kr 4IIJi Jjj0It11rasipttwp cess ee- rPck im i tltJJ XnrrtaiiNr jkat iMpi uwt t tbertfl6 a t bOalfJ ic r that tJxxjart ot rbfwtf tidttJ of CIcroii iFcI rwJ T DR QT BIIROR1- DENTDHT1Tfi TEETH EXTIACTED lTH01JT PIN JIuuIIIRPI JNeekP rI WlBIlGJll D n11 DeD Work Strict FIrstclassJIIUDD ljJWcil lldStrgeon QIIcLiqr 8ta 9m1 to 2 pm Otto k over B ydpas Drugstore fr iPJJnJ L mptonM D Offke in Otera liiMise QftlccHwiie L Residence Ne 38 0 jGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW j eysr eop1esflk1 BPRINOFDED KY r f 4 DrMW HYATT l Officiover Red Cross Drug- Store Office hoursrHyatt 1030 M to 12 m 4vto 5 pm JOIiNYMAYSfUN- EllAL j uiiCTOR- JIUi lICENSED EMOALMER TELEPHONE IAY 174SPRflGFIELU II 1 r If you want the Best FLOUR j ask your grocer for Pride of Washington R Springfield Choice JManutactured by J W JarboeCo- gWe pay highest market price for grain r 1500- LANES KIDNEY AND MEDICINEIfomtm HP the dfgeetlve organ and M JHd eytK bles 1U kso II sHIlth For The Kidneys Mate d paraateedLH1h4e k CMME UWE4CO StLMkHt For gale in Sprfngfietd by Haydon 8c Robertson 0the Fightlnq Maoris Som 300 Mnprls were shut up In trenclnnents ut a place called Orakav- Withopt food except afpw raw potat toes jvltbout iUPr fiounded at by artillery and under ft tutU uf rifle hvjllets and band groiirtdes unsuciessiunv as saultvd no hRs than five tlu1PttbeI held out for three days completely surrounded GenPrat Cameron hu inanely sent a flag of truce InvJtln them to surrender honorably To this Sthey niade the ever famous reply i Enoupbl We l1ght right on forever Then the cfneral offered to let the wo men come out and the answer was The women will tight as we At length wi the afternoon of the third dai1he parrlsop In ti Body fbarged a r quick itmtjctr tlphttbronpbtlie English Ilflf fairIyjunpIng ov tbeheadaof t tin men of tb Fortieth feglmenta they lay behind a bank Half of then fell the remalqder got deal away It J The earthworks und ihe vlcfhry re malpedr vlthTis but the slory was tOOlrRuTbeLOngWhlt ClouiJ bj W P ReeesSForgot Him elf Jlbeeqtraluded persons are cot Infre adftntly Iniet among the medical pro 4feop who 4ttL11 mon should ways httmuejlr wt jaboiit them T vkfrelatd ttutLfrc1l knpwn docto nrs once prexittp a public place Swhen ancclitoccurred nod see 7 Sag a yonudednfan went about call- Ing jk d ctorI A doctor Soraebod- go and 1elcb h doctorl A friend who was by his side van red To Inquire fWell whit abou jpurself OhvJpaft JjnR red tbe djacto- Wjddfinly fecalllng Ute fnctt 1tbphp 3iged Ito the medical profWlon It 4t tlllnkot hat J I To Ferment r know Elsie that fermen tto workl ow ft said the teacbe SOl may write a sentence ni IIH1 bQltrd eonfanlng the whri- terrgtnf IIf AffRr a moments thought EH wrote fiiUfnvHJ Iii summer lov fy fermtri atnonji Ih flnvywH In on rrCIIlLagc p ws + r KILLTH OOUOH r QURJT LUNGS wITHDr 1 kings w Discovery JC2UClLD8 tlllllttllefft1 c ALLT1IOTANDthNOTIOUBLES GtrARil rruD8ATIBIA B OR XOYET BEPU1TDED iT ii J TOWN ii fifi r iiW6H tniH WH Local Hipjpenfn s of Interest flhs a Freshest and Latest i it Al IAbMtYMr U Friends I and AcquklHtaiicet 1 H y fTfIIPr9 obsiccb plants for sale Harry Derringer rr 1 Millinery sold at a sacrifice at Miss Knotts Latest istyles FOR SAiiE One Jersey cow d W H LEAGHMAN See rsirilliamsadd jin another column of this issue Buggies and wagons for sale by AiQJ Kimiall mUlreryWANTED A good farm hanfl HARRY DERRINGER Dont fail to see the total eclipse of the moon tonightI Donfcfail to attend Campbells auction Satuday VED Mackville ngatI Justreceived a nice and cheap linVof China ware P j Thomas tit FOR jSAiE One large sow and eleven pigs TDTAPP Don forget the time iand place Saturday at pne oclock atMackville Campbells auction argains that bring you back are what5we offer r t P JThpmrs FOR 8411A few choice young Southdown bucks A B WALKER For alerA nice6ar old mare ill work any places Harry Derringer rr 1 My buggy whips are right and the price is right P J Thomas Ladies you can buy some cheap dress skirts at Campbells auction Saturday evening at Mackville Say Does you buggy need pointing Call on A C Kim ball at the old Casey shop FOR SALE Two good tobac co beds 36x6 each R2 J R Montgomery Vop will be able to get a good suit Saturday evening for less than onehalf price at Camp bells auction at Mackville Aunt Fanny Walker an aged and respected colored women died at Jim town near Springfield Monday and was htirled TuesdayPORRENTTWO nice dwelling houses located in beautiful partof town well improved and aUjconyeniences Apply at NEWSLEADER Office There will ty e no service at the PreBbyterian churchSunday as Rev R E C Lawsonis filling an appointment at Campbells yule p Messrs Sam Nalfy H B MtElroy and Toe Burkhead jury commissioners for this year have been busy selecting the names of jurymen for next year Springfield Lodge No 50 F lA M will meet in regular communication Monday night June 1th in Masonic Hall work id M M aegree Members from sister Jpdges are fraternally invited t Brauk Munroe who has been on the State for several years as a person of unsound mind Was again tri djn the Circuit cou t Friday andtbe jury found- binl sVill of unsound mind and 11I 0was ordered that he remain a charge upon the Commonwealth 5411 vaslKe lucky numb held by Mr William R Selec man which won the offered ty cMrp T JBold n the pop eon man for the person holdingkh t number corresponding with th one in the envelope in the m a chine The prize was awardei June 1st I The Com neacement exercise of Central University on Wei- nesday June 9yiillbeQfpar ticular imerest tothepebploio rtwWashington not only graduate but wi honors besides Jack McOhor will be aledictorian oV th V graduating class and John McElroy orator Cpngratnli tions boys TOPICS 1 I I MM Save ydur Pin money for pins and Safety pins Saturday it Campbells auction Maykville are frequently requsted IWeUbliSb articles written and us with no name signed t- otnmWt wish to say thajb we have always refused and still refue to TjubUsh these anony mous communications It is not necessary4 to publish the name but the editors want it for their own use A public session of the ladies of Mac abees was held at Willis burg Tuesday evening at the papist church The addressof- the evening was delivered in verv eloquett styje by Mr W F Grigsby All the exercises werevery entertaining fqnq irn pressive throughout tf especially a drill in which twenty young ladies jpaslicipated The Courier Journal cf Mon day contained the following Mr Albert Hendren a teamster and Mrs Emma Fast both of Louisville were married ID Jeff ersonville by Magistrate Hay Thebridegroom is 24 years old anrla native qf Washington county Ky The bride is 87 and was married once before Jher first husband being dead The many frierds of Mr formerSprto learn of his marriage recently toM Louise Alton at Chicago Ill Mr Craycroft is a son of Mr and Mrs John T Craycroft of this place and an enterprising young man of great business abil ity The bride is abeautifblyoung labyl who stands high in social circles of Chicago The Grand Jury anjourned yesterday after being in session fur nine days Twenty six in dictments were returned of rhicb seven were for breach of the peace five for selling liquor in Local Option territory two for malicious shooting two for malicious cutting two for unlaw sully taking property of another two for assult arid and Battery three for mutilating graves one for hunting upon the lands of another 1 for pointing pistol at another 1 for disturbingre ligious worship t Mrs Fanny Elliott died at her homerf near Texas Friday May 29 in the 80rd yeat of her age after an iillness several months of tuberculosis Mrs Elliott was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Si Lawrence In this county she grew to womanhood and by her winning rSPORitiOnwon Mr W B Elliott whbwith three small children survives her Funeral services were conducted by Rev King at the PleasantRun Methodist church of which she was a devoted member A large rowd from town and surrounding county tilled every available space in Leachman Campbells furniture store on last Saturday when the contest for the 20Sanitaire bed was de cided The ballots of the various parties who filled out coupons during the week were placed in a ballot box The ladies in the house were asked to vote on how itsbquld berdeci9ed as to who had won the bed The vote was unanimousforitbeingdecided bj7 the first ballot drawn After tlieiy had been well shaken Rev P H Bohannpn drew one from the wheel which proved lobe that of MrsFT Cox Considerablp interest has been manifested in- the contest and many persons tITLL mnwa mwro Teeth ex tracted with out PAIN or a DANGER No charges when plates = ted gjii- g Done in this office jis firstclass 8 in every respect and just as ad a vertised i w1Yl STALLARD P D1 Si11- i W Springfield Ky i called and viewed the splendid line of furniture oqdis lay For Brown Doubleshovell plows Five Plow Cultivator Disc Harrow Tobacco Setter American Pence Co Call on- AQ KIMBALL CQhder Purdom 0Mr HeYman JEL Purdom and Miss Bessie Conder surprised their friends Thursday May 27 by eloping to Jellico Tenn where they were married at 430 a tn The groom is a son of Rey R LaPbjdon and fills an impor taut and responsible position with Grundy Mclntire while the bride is a daughter of Mr W T Conder and a beautiful young lady with a bost of ad mirers They returned Thurs day evening to Springfield where they will niake their home Judgment Affirmed The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Washington Circuit Court m the case of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph CeIvsthe Cart wrights Creek Telephone Co In thefall of 1906 the members of the Appellee Company erec ted a rural telephone line For seme reason the Cumberland Co refused to give them con nection with the Springfield ex chanee A suit was brought praying for a mandatory injunction and damages against the appellant company The in junction was granted and dam ages adjudged for 3000 The Cumberland prayed an appeall wbich was granted and resulted in the Courtof Appeals sustain jug the judgment as to ihein junction and reversing as to tIe damages onI the ground that they were excessive On the second trul of the case a judgment was obtained for 500 from which the Cumberland agail appealed with the r sult above indicated Notice All persons uye forbidden to enter on the premises of the SprmgeldWater and Eleutrjc Lighl Company without a ticket Tickets on sale at Ed M Russ ells Jewelry store and may be had for 300 Family tickets will be sold at 300 for the first ticket and S100 for eatjh d1 ditional ticket Partiesi caught fishing or hunting on the premi ses without a ticket will be prosecuted Springfield Water and Light Company H B MCELROY Manager The Aliceton Camp Meeting will oe held this year August 6to15 The following workers will be present Rev James MTay lor Knoxville Tenn Mrs Rosa Potter CrisV Wilmore Ky arid Sons Evanaelist Prof Wm A Basset For futher 41tomat5oni Id dress B C Rol rtson secretary Alliceton Ky 0FoR RENTI ice house and yard and 1 acre ground on East Main Street A ply to J UNW LEWIS up1dergreen silk umbrella With a plain handle Finder wijl please leave at Grundy M lntWes and re iceive reward I Mrs E E BUSTER June Clearance Sale All TRIMMED and untrimmed ifcfe Flowers QlBBONS OSTRICH PLUMES Stiirt Waists Petticoats SKIRTS Hose Net Waists will be sold at and below COST FdRIOlAYSll J Now isyour opportunity MRS WILLIAMS j vw PERSONAL I Miss Carrie Edelen speIi Sup day in Louisuille t Mr Jim Montgomery w as J Bardstown lastweek Mrs George Robertson Jr left Tuesday foV ail visit to hJ1 parents at Kansas Oitvf Missourii 0Mi Joe Wycoff has returned to his home hot Mac Ville Mr and Mrs Ruel Foste spent Sunday in Louisvjll6 Mrs Wakefieid spent a4fev days last week with Mrs She ban Miss Mary Edelen is yisiting- her sislers Mrs Tom Piliatreau and Mrs Herman Hayes of Louis Mrs Mary QMalley of Loiiiis yule is visiting her daughterrj at St l Catherines MiS Annie Maratta ll ft yks terday for a visitto Mrs Alex Jenkins at Cincinnatii OhiQ1 Mr and rrs Felix Hamilton wItbtbeirmes Miss Effie poster and mother attended Decoration at Willis burg Sunday afiernpon lMrl tytbety ed friends in Bloom Sunday Mrs J F Simms is in Louis yule this eekjMr Jesse RapierioC Bard stown was here Sundayj Mr J S Yankey attended the commencement at the Stae College at Lexington where his son Andrew gradnates this year Mr Joe McClaskey Teddy Wells and George Bachelor ot Bloomfield were here Sunday Mr John F and Ben F ISim r ms were in Louisville MOnday Mr Hojd Cunningham ahd Charlie Greeh were iin Louis ville Tuesday Miss Della Smith ofLU s ville is at home to attend tie wedding of her sister M ss Eizibeth Smith this afternoon Mrs H B Mac uley return 2d from Louisville thip week Messrs Harold Hurst Geor e Mann and John Rpalding jf Bardstown were here Sunday Mrs Joe Pettus and children are visiting her parents a Lan caster Mrj L O McCarty VaS in Fairfield Sunday ie11esinweek Mr George Mclntire of Prederickstown was here Sun day John Wycoff and Hay Go din of Lebanon Sunday weretere Miss Katheruje Spalding LebanonaetrtPusday with Miss Bjertha Haydon I4rsbW C lcGh rdand daughter MUs Annie spentihe first of the week in Louisville Misses Leone Rapjer and Alino Mann Messrs Bernard Hurst and John Spalrting of Bardsotwn vere visitors here Sunday Mrss Mabel Williams has re turned bome after a few days visit in Louisville Miss Fannie B Smith will witbfhLeo Gibbs of Shelby vlile is r visiting friends here Dl1 W W Ray was called to Havana Cuba recently on ac count of the serious illnessof his daughter i iSue Ray Mrs T J Nally of Nelson county is s riously ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Ella Montgomery Mr James F Fairleigl oi Louisville was here last week on legal business MessrsG Cf and 0 FWhar ton are iin Versailles this week DrE Grume and wife oJ Frederisksiown were here Mbn day Mr wilt Waters Jr who has been tra elitfg for a large booli publishing cpmpany- ris at nom for a few days lIon John W Lewisj attendee the unveiling of the Lincolr Statue Hodgensville Ky Mrs Nannie JWatheojoJ Louisvjlle has been visiting Mrs E F Wathen Mrs W F Grigsby is ii Bowling Green this week attend ilug a pleating of the Home Mis Slon Society of the Methodis church Mr Robert Mayes is horn from Slate College at Lexihg r 7 ton after having completed most successful year 1 0 LYNCHING Thr Ohio Mol afenedtbY Slayer is JJlima Ohio May 241earing attempt would be madi John Wo Bean whc shot and killeO Mrs Estella MIA Diltz at her home last night land who attempted suicide today when facing capture the colored attorney was spirited from the hospital after dusk tonight and placed in the county fail IRumors reached Sheriff Van tonight tbat a mob was forming in ithe womans old home at jWaynesfiefd pjptted by hui grajndfather an honored pioneer and an attempt rwoul be made to gain possession of the negro Acting upon the rumor atfd the sIin mutterings among the whites Sheriff Van Gunten has a heavy guard about the srong box Theauthorities fear trou ble and every precaution is being taken The action oflhe ColoredPdo pies Protection Association kt noon today fin prevailing upon Dr U S Beam brother of the murderer to leave the city has possibly saved his life as feeling ran high againsthim Be closed his office gave over the keys to Ptesident Day of the associa tion and promised never to re tjJrnJleaving for Kentucky John W Beam had acte1 as- atorneyfor Mrs Diltz andiiit is thought that he had been re pulsed whep he attempted to force his presence on the white womantct FoHowipgi an allnight manhunt when he wistracled by a1 posse of 500 citizens and trailed by bloodhounds over a circuitous flight of miles ending at da break in his return to his own home AttOrney John W Beam kissed his wife and fired two shots into his bfrdy and one at the officers Hastily spread ing blood all over his entire body Beam feigned fatal wounds and his act probably saved him being lynched on the soot as the crowd believed fl SJ9d wits near Mrs Diltz was shot down in her own doorway by Beam Who in a pre dated note to his wife written during the afternoon make the white woman and himself sweethearts fortwo years Beam was also indicte recent ly forforgery in connection wijth an alleged deed to farm Jandsfse cured by him from Mrs Ahct Bolinger a wealthy Beaverdam woman who stated today that she had received threatening lett rs ana was living in fear of being murdered Cincinnati Enquirer The John W Beam and Dr WS Beam referred to are sons rpfQiues Beathcotoredwho resides near MaAd in this county and resided inNelson county un til recent years The Holdup Man In Mexico Now Dsn matter of fat life and property arc as snfo In Mexico as In Chicago and ones life Is a great deal safer Mexico has her pickpockets and her sneak thieves nnd burglars are not unknown but the holdup nina Is an Individual with whom the police nmnot Well acquainted This cannot be said of Chicago Kansas City St Louts or New York It may be because the criminal Clement In Mexico lacks the bravery necessary for fol lowing the holdups profession or It mny be because the city Is extraordi narily well guarded bYpoUce It cer tainly Is welt guarded by the police but It matters not what the reason Is the fact Is that the man who relieves you of your money jln Mexico does so In the manntr calculated to cause ymi the least inconvenience Mexico nee ord Ther yWas a Limit In Liking Little Victor had been natigbty and his father liad seen Utto administer a spanking A few minutes later when his papa had left the room and the little fellow was alone with mamma ho exclaimed lbetween his sobsul Idont lJke papnflis mother of course told him thqt wastcry wrong and that he would have to be punished again If he talked like that WelJ1 ho added looking up QuicklylIltlk papa all right but I dont like his actsDe lineator t Causa For Haste rVot arc you breathn60 hard for Dusty A shoemaker run mo but 6 town for most a mile Wot rolled him He runs a quick rbpalr shop jan bogot mad cnuscl handed him a couple of boot heels an a shoestring ap told him Id call fer de shoes in half n hour Cleveland Plain Dealer l Iis Went Early That Night He calllngifm here promptly Miss r Fnnnle She Yes Mr Staylate Re- I never five to keep people waiting She slgnlflcuntly Waltlngjfor you to crome yQu mean of coureepWashlnx 1tnD Post NoNeed of a Bargain RegsnrKlnd sir give ma penny for my two children Kind SlrTnnt Isnt dean certaInty bat I1 dobt think Ill take them I have fouralready at homeStray Stories T iJ I rporGb Sh dlesaDd IYlninii I You cant realize the comfort nct pleasure a oiaPOrchUfltily theff1 I Vudor I Porch VUdop 1 r Shade PORCH SHADESI theword and wewiU put ONE Up z you or l11Qref you need them The IISay dor Shade will last for ten yearsl cared for t I I I AWNiNGS Wan also furnish you I withi all colors 1 I 1 t 1I1 t I 1 fl thing in this line We will show you largest assortment and save you I money 4 CoIe It iI f7 or d c IBUYI Go6 lonfections jfi i F That iis the only kind to be f in our plaiceI for we pride owr selveaI on the frehs and god JY quality ofotir V J f Fruits Cajdtestiia l Cakes i 1o i FresLBread iaUd Diiljv J t tAturliod fountainlwe r are pr ii- r 1 pared at all timei to edts drinks Coca CoU Hot iJateetc bocoi We serve Meals in the i good old j home r style Itf r i HcrtleinsTnnlf rtiflivdv if I V KATIE HERTfeN i WO Prps it r ii- Now Is the Time f n I ij it 1Tb BUY 4 II FFLY SSCREENSC E S III iFo IIWe can arid furhjsh aiaU prices you all kind3f all L rit 1 E Afuu line of J I IILawn llbsc t Ice CreamFreezersIF I f 4 I ALL GUARANTEED f a Ii 1 BalMers Jardfaie ri 1 ASPEOXAILY I f I Roofing arid repairing of all kindkI i t Plumbing and Sfeanr Fittingat any Ft i time Make pur store vpurv head i tf quarters 1 I Hat heit Aii4orsou I fJ th T =i I c 5KIJ1E1t1J1t foIIftjfl 6 Mfka KMiMyt and llaMw lltaU JMM JBj qft MMf W I T T w 7Ii4m4HJ + Thinking of Something Else 4C IFii r JA IMLIWLLL- t1 1ct 1J AieSted- jLryPSIS l j III3iI4IHI44Hl1j + Et1 t r nii 4iep IiIJd IXIT1QI wife Ball laughing sIt rr eetyoi ever marry an- ahiHta11I iJI A lnthat lsa1 Ir1 f rlltlnlrfj e1sclUkf ilf i mi i r tijji tuny be won I lux irnfpssloaj be evlftI tfcttt wbiUWB always iblnk I M HbouL bqtb JI surely a domestic trtoj at tfec lrKUttrray lavghed her nature ripoVateHiit completely undo the bNtgl Iwr Uttle outburst He TMter Harland laughed with Jwffpr Mrray wonderful feats ia kiL itir tabstraction were famous Why INeIf continued Mrs Murray htMChtaCltyl lyat the recollection do iw rMMWber whfc I HadI that touch riMMMMMfe fever One night when I WM hpt 10f wltbthlrst 1 woke John aid paHMo him Jbbu If you dont KBW a drink of water quick 1 dont kMW that ill live till morning Hp fotHfr ort of dazed walked s ertr tc the maittelptece and cam back te jpe fcoMrtng out an empty rase woW a drink of water that much ifcat IIlHr oi to my patience until ihe was wk4e awake and knew what 1 IWH talkiac about Then be went top f itbe rftCriftaitor and cams back with a gI M brl mlng full of good cold wa tftv BattlIf you will believe It Sue Jtejwrt s ebd there looking at me and 15bfo4 e ltfeoaid say a W9rd that man drtak erery drop of that water him self with ml glaring boles through ahal declare It wakes me angry to iltkr dayf eMrs Murray ran to the foot of the ftatlJlnffioatIId out Hurry up now JobaJ sW and ares bqth wuitlng You will fMnd your evening clothes laid out for younI the bedroom und thejv ipnyt nny time to lose Miss Sue iiud Mrs John sat ddwn to J otJflew fidget Goodness said Mrs Murray at last looking at her watch that tnun niMf bavk done something fool SshJt cant be taking him all this time to dressr Dr Joito bad done nothing foolish lie bad doBe ftometlilug rat bur wise 4 He was sound ashepIn bed Miss Sue overheard sqme very active f nd excited conversation carried on exclusively by Mrs Murray At last the deep bass of her husband resound ed My dear sold Dr John dont 30111 knoyr anything about the wonder fully powerful control that habit has over mil the species of the animal klhg dom 1 When I began to undress wasnt it natural for me to keep right on and got Into bed Ofcourse It WHS4f iJ3o Sue dont you ever marry ab sbntmIne pnn said Mrs Murray Impressively when they drove away at last with pro John safely opposite them As long as be isnt too absentmlnd ed to attend the wedding Sue chuc kled Dr Jofiii you take him provided Ills namels Dick Kendall SUI asjgluff that the darkness hid Acrbiiisibes DI Ingoing to do something great- In chemistry do believe said Dr 3 olin uThcrcs his compound uS phos- pho 5S 1A wife wants something besides r amuroid phosphates and other llsniell- Inj things Rurd Mfs Murray Dick Kendall IS as bnd asian are HP- SjustusJJJfriy nsnot tUQwe to the rijincc t I4lic WIth his old laboratory Hcotton MrsS1IurraysaaTk prophecy literally but he did so In Jeffect Itts true that tie was soberly and blamelessly clad In t tia evening clothes being correctly at tired even to the tie but the tout en Bemble was somewhat marred by the Jeatherpbmpshoe on tbe other I58e blushed and then she flushed p and thenshe grew angry as the titters and smtiee ran arpond the room when vncoMcldw Dick hurried forward to meet tier Site waiiiot a young Woman given to exaggerate trifles but she was not a totq piillosopher either Kp doubt it- k a small thing to have onels evening pleasure marred a bit but it peems un duly Injportant at the time J LuckIeR Dick was doopied to fur thee grace He had barely repaired the dlsartpr of the shoes by sendfag a wiweifef posthaste to his home for the otherpump when something worse happened vDmrloc a waltz when Miss Sue was I his partner somebody bruShed against Dick There was a sharp crackling of broken glassvind tne ext Dstapt the coaple was wreathed In beautiful vie let smoke that gradually filled the I4 Ifooa Nobody had ilelsure pr desire to ob serve tha beauty of Its color though It WM go Instantly suffocating that ther fraji a mad wild rush for doors and French windows The accident filled Suaa cnn ana It t Kin ttHlWle11 Are Ji fr 1Oi1 by OyirL- S Vktmj KUxeys Wake Impure Blood t Weak and unhealthy Iddneys art re spoaMbieformuthsicknessandsufferingtherefore Mdheytrouble JJt continue serious re suits are most likely to follow Your other organs may needatV jr tention but your kid lieys most because they do most and should have attention Ifirst Therefore when yew kifoeys art weak ic out of order y iaandertand how quickly your en t organioabegintki5tiet KilsMri SwazpRoot A trial will con vitce ya el great ritThe ia and Immediate effect oi r StMMif KfMt the great kidney and UsiiAH dyis soon realized 7t sa tdhighect because its rcartibia keallS restoring properties have been yeoyMflii tknnandiof them oet digress iNg l Ifrottixea a medida yon ibas te best 1IIii iDec101 1IIIr Vy =t dWiIiiIi bUfree5Iioateflinj you u- aw I4a1 kidJieJItIrowhea ritig toDr xilinerc ingbsa 1f V Doatmake any mu take but remember the name Swam t alttenVt Jet a denier sell yoi omething in pface of Swam RootiJi jott do you will Jbe disappointed A ufnnmea over onty d little tiUt tGO much In Itt r zinger she stamped her toot and cried Dick ttvejidallr your Jtbsentnilndfdness uppareijtlj extends only to inc and not to your protesslon in Is plain tit you cure more for cheinjsrty than for inc and It would ke thousand pities to disturb your devotion She stripped the ring from her flnger and he took it In bewildered silence Before he onld reply she had turned her back iud the next moment Was waiktng up the corridor With Dicks PM avereloB Charles Manic whom every bod called the model Maul apt description of his mental equip eDt L Miss Sues words had been uttered in the bearing of many persons Next lay the new of the broken engage- sejit wasnil over town tried to placate the girl but fib vhuraererlstic lack of policy be tl nut wait for her anger to cool ort Jv result was that the breach seemed Jnarfh him In his simplicity be be lieved every angry Word she said and eagertbun a little lDI k was absentminded about little things but not about great ones With a heart full to breaking he mud his preparations to leave the place A week afterward Sue stopped at Dr Murrays house to accompany Mrs Murray and the Hector on a drive into the country Dr John was not tb arrivedI gone to bed again said Sue smiling She was cheerful for she had made up her mind to write to Dick forgiving him and asking him frankly to forgive her No safd Mrs John pldnt tell you where be was going this morn Ing He went to drive Dfck Keodair down to the harbor to see him ort on the Viking Susan Elnrlauds half opened lips and startled eyes sbdwed her surprise Didnt ioulnow said Mrs Murray embarrassed Dick Is going on a cruise around the world with his friend Randall who bought that big yacht Viking this spring Susan sprang up casting aside all pretensellke the honest warm heart ed girl she was Kate she cried cant let him got I cannot 1 cannot Mrs Murray caught the girl in her arms Darling she skid with a o- bI thought that It was all over be tween you I was wicked said Sue As Ifjil- absentIwe must stop html I dont care what people think Sue dear said Mrs Murray it Is too late Look She led Sue to a window that commanded a view across a bluff and far to sea Some miles out a great steam vacht was steaming toward the horizon Ulmust cable to film at onceat once said Sue passionately For a few minutes Mrs Murray made nore ply but held her arms around the girl and stroked her hair You must be patient dear now and plucky for awhile The Viking Is bound to the south Pacific and we1 shall not be able to reach her for some time perhaps for six months She led the sobbing girl into the IninnIni herself till the first keenness should have worn off She had scarcely reentered the drawing room before she heard her husband driving up to the door A moment afterward there entered two- men looking very very sheepish and guilty They were Dr John and Diclt Kendall JCow dont scold and dpnt Idugn7 Kate Implored Dr John Ill tellyou what happened I picked Dick up all right at his Ilodgings and we did all you told us to do saw that everything was locked up and counted his bag gage and made sore that he had his money In his pockets See heres your memorandum all checked off But Kate added Dr John with a twin kle halt humorous half ashamed you forgot toadd Vn the memoran dum that DJck was to be delivered on board the Viking And so you know Interposed Dick eager to divert blame from his friends head I got to telling John about a new test for white blood cor pusclcs and wgot mterestedr and stopped for just a few minutes at the board of health laboratory And then as usual you forgot all about a Jlttle thing like a trip around the world Mrs Murray burst out But strangely enough there was a de lighted smile pn her face waking Dick Kendall by the shoulder she pushed him toward the li brary NOw you great uselessjCblld said she with her eyes shjnlng you go in there and sit down fqr a mor went I have something to thy to the doctor i She closed the door behind hum and ran to Dr John clapping her hands softly Dr John didnt look at all ab1 sentmlndcd when she whispered to bIm but gazed at the door with as much eagerness and joy In his face as there was In hers They waited a quartet of an hour with highly commendable patience Then Mrs Murray walked to the door and knocked but not before she had heard Dick Kendalls deep voice Think of something else Sue I couldnt thing of anything except that I had lost you Ohl came Sues voice And how about the test that made you forget the yacht Well replied Dick leI might for get a little thing lUte that but youre not a little thing except In size And before the door opened Sue said Stop you beart Youve nearly knocked my hat off Coming Near IL First Hobo Gee Im glad my clothes tore as easy as they did ivheh that dog grabbed me bet he would say things If he could talk Second HolioWelh to judge by hla prospnt acts bC Is chewing the rag tnieBaitiniore Amrrlca rWhy j She Is an acrrcs Is she really yes ViV iWbatmakeSher do itV i fThe Cow at Calving T7mc thatLcows go dry their food should be chief ly roughage A dally allowance of two pounds of bran or oats or a mix turu or two parts each of hrnii and oats and one part of linseed neal or corn oil meal makes a proper teed for j a cow lear culvlug Some roots caib alsoif roughage such as straw aiml corn particulariljiiedrafts jor lying iut at ulun damp I of ifizvn xrnuud uru ttin unf cuust- oft caked udder or garget t NEW SHORT STORIES Ho Had No Objections Michael Quinn the clerk In superior court Jo 2 vho was recently elevated to the position had ttluev duty to perform the other dajU says the in- dianapolis Xens Dr Hubbard n Mooresville Quaker was asked to take the witness stand hi a case beingtried arid Clerk Quinn was asked to swear him In asa witness Quinn began to rattle off the oath when Dr Hubbard stopped him saying he would affirm Although he had never ben asked to affirm a wit ness before Quinn was not tobe caught napping He hud studied the words to be repeated in affirming a witness which are as follows I do solemnly affirm that I will ten the truth the whole truth and nothin TUB QUAKER NOD ED nIB HEA1 but the truth under the pains and penalties of perjury QuInn repeated the words as Irhe were an od liaud at the business but he made a slight mistake on the last word This Is wtiat he said UI do solemnly affirm that I will tell the truth the whole truth and notfi lug but the truth pnder the pains and penalties of purgutory The Quaker who was holding up hls band nodded his head in affirmation Judge Leathers saw the attorneys smiling and culled Quinn to him and asked him to repeat the Words JtcttlJersyouthe truth under the pains and Penalties of purgatory Have you any ob Jcction to thutf The Quaker said he lid not object aud the trial proceeded An Expert in Geography Secretary of State Knox has found a colored messenger In hfs new office who knows something of geography Alongside of tlie secretarys desk is a great globe standing almost sljfeet high The other day Mr Knox cour suited it to see If It were really true that the sun never sets on odr domin- Ions nowadays or to llearn something else of equal importance The Ijcnn sylvania statesman Isthe pIuk of licat Jrrltntedtofinds lIe his coat sleeve Williitm he said sharply to tue messenger laying his finger on tin globe there is dust thee foot thick j Its llrlwktr n dat Air Secretary replied the negro with that familiari ty that comes of mingHngwith greatness What do you mean demanded the premIer Why youse got yuh fingah on de desert of Sahara 4 M r Knox did badly at trYing to sup press a smile Youll find some on the Atlantic ocean tpoV lie remarked1ias he turned to his desk Brooklyn Eagle For tho Administration Since Franklin Macreagh has taken hold as secretary of the treasury there has been a great deal of speculation concerning possible changes 111tbo personnel of his force While he has made several appointments has nott asked about the political faith of his subordinates Possibly he doesnt think it worth while This revives a Ohlqbecamet When Secretary Foster came to take charge of the treasury department in Washington he said to John i3 Car lisle the retiring chief HoW dots your department stand politically What do you mean was the re sponse Imean about bow many Republic ans and nbout how many Dcmocrpts hare you here tjCarlisle gave a queer smile and put ting his hand on the shoulder of his friend said IFoster you will find that the nien here are unanimously in favor of the administration whether tit is Demo cratic or Republican The Piker Alderman Mulcahey of New York 51scuslnR credit said man who asks for credit jThe your suspicion and your sus plciori usually turns out to be just A bartender told mo hCw the other ijay a seedy chap turned to him from thc frct lunrh counter nnd said Can you trust me torn glass of beer till tomorrow evening Jny friend 1No sir Nix said the barieiraer Well Im sbrry said the riuinilt ems kinder small to eat the amount of free lunch Ivg dOne and thn not buy nothlriV J neep For the Range The body of a typical range sheep shUltl the1Iegsb the sagebrush ranges tile leggy sheep will lose less wool but still legginess exttemeThej development enough seems to have the best endurance It has been sug gested that the law of correlation of parts makes ll difficult to get wool on the legs without too much on the face that the tine wooled sheep naturally has a drooping rump and a cat ham and legginess cannot be made to go with good tesblngqullJltles But car ned out In moderation none of these olJectlons need dlsdourage us in our atteutpt to produce a suitably type The feet rnufetjae good with hoofs hard and tblck cnough to stand the wear of range travel The Merino which has been accustomed lo nomad Ic ranging for 2000 or 3000 years at least has good feet while some of the mutton breeds or their crosses are apt to become footsore on the tfiountaln tsxtoatm Denver IfJeid and Farnj REAL THREAD OF LIFEt A j Tiny Wisp of Tissue Imbedded Ir the Hearts Walls According to tradition it was Atro pos the blind Fury with the abhorred shears who slit time thin spun life nod many- of Miltons renders may have wondered whet her there was tuy thread in the anatomy Of man the imlUldl1atelyheart In both of which the principle of life has been supposed to reside may bt survived for shorter or longer periods but as nIt artlcl by Dr 0 E Lea reminds us physiologists have of late years discovered a nerve or bun dIe ot nerves which might well be de scribed us the thread of Hie One of the developing sciences of our time is cardlogFaphy the science of the heart beat The heart as most people are aide Is divided tutu auricles and ventricles heeutriclesurethe pumping chambers the auricles are the collecting chambers of time blood and like time stroke ota racing eight set the rhythm of the heart beat A little Instrument called the sphygnio graph is placed on thd wrist pulse and magnifies its movements and traces them with u recording pen in a zigzag curve telling the observer whatt tthe yen tricles are doing Another lustrumpnt the polygraph placed on the jugular recoiils the more delicate vibrations of the auricle With the aid of these two Instruments the physician can find what all the four chambers of the heart are doing Now the auricular con traction acts as a stimulant or start- Ing shock to the ventricular contr ic tlou Most stimuli tire conveyed along nerves Therefore a little nerve In the heart to net as a telegraph ylre between aurjcle and ventricle was to be expected Such a thing has been found by physiologists btitrather than a QervfIt is a specialized sensitive por tlonof the heart muscle Itself It Is little wisp of tissue not an inch long and only onetwelfth of an inch thick On tliis delicate communicating wisi called the nuriculo ventricular bundle hangs existence itself Evolution has arranged that it shall be so small and thtjItjuries t91 that organ But if It Is sev1 erd then the ventricles must stop and life must Instantaneously ceaeLond- onPost s j t Green Carr For Pigs As the late summer and fall come on 1 hare made it a practice to have a field of Evergreen sweet corn to feed while in the roasting ear writes an Illinois hog grower in Orange Judd Farmer Some people seem afraid to feed corn while In this stag but want to say that there are no cholera germs in green corn What h is given the green corp a bad name is not the fault of the corh bud of the cran thit fpcds IL Many have taken a nice bunch of shoe from a dry ear burned pasture and cominenc id gork lug them with grcproiisting cars and have made such a radical cba ge that they have upset digestive organs and the result is the pigsct sick nud If they itot die they aiv In just the right comliihm to take au disease that comes mlg SeleclH tbe Dairy SirrLet me julvtei that In sel ctlng a sire for your dairy herd you procure the best one possible strong 11 ances try producing ancestry strom gin in dividuality isueh individuality as you Want to see transmitted to his tiff Bprbig Get a tried Sire if possible luke an old tried one If he is ypuropjy choice You will find him mdre valu able than a young experiment And when you get a sire that has proved his worth do not betoo anxious to get rid of him for fear he may die on your bauds Retain him in service as long as prudence will permit Guy MeL Richards Before Washington Dairy neas Association The Poverty In India It is a rare thlngto see the women of India these days wearing any valu able gojd jewelry as they iUdln years gone byyh said Charles Gawtrey of Bombay When I first went to the orient the women of the upper class commonly owned and wore thick chains and bracelets of thefinest gold and of ex quisite workmanship In these times of pinching poverty they are too re duced financially to cosscss any ex pensive ornaments and Instead of thp gold trinkets of thplr affluent days jhey now wear cheap plated or Imlta ton stuff they would formerly have qcspiscO It Is pitiable to witness as I Have the decline In the fortunes of cnjIIlions of human beings In that Ill fated Iand Baltlmore American Fine Pointsof the Game The Girl In grand standi They call that mini a pitcher do they Why dont they call him a throfver Time 1au Well when he throws n game they do Chicago Tribune uat NerVous Prostration 9sMffercd so with Nervous Prostration that I thought there was no use trying to get well A friend recommended Dr Miles Nervine and although skeptical at first I soon found jnyself recovering and am today well MRS D I JONES 5800 Broadway Cleveland O Much sickness Is of nervous origin Its the nerves that make the heart force the blood through the veins the Jungs take in qcygen the stomach di gest fooS the liver secrete bile and the jkjidneys fjlter the blood If any of these oigansare weak it is the fault of the nerves through which they get their strength Dr Niles Nervine is a specific fdr tie nerves It soother the irritatlori and assists in thcgeneratidn of nerve forcet Therefore you can hardly miss it Hyoii take Dr Miles Nervine when sick Getj a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money s L J Y ilTffEfflGff GRADE CONERCM15 ClhO OflilEsEnyff 1 TEGVfL5ONSJNBOOXKEEP1NG KAHDJOUKAL IEJIf fiI GREENBUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOPiLmGGii 174 f WRITEJOWADbRESSBOWL1N6 r Avoid Danger oriliettoublesdui that wellknown and successful remedy for w fc andbeenanychancesrfemedyj for women of all ages TAKE It Iffl1I rre Imzania Morgan Sneedville TeM vmfes rlFor ten ewithoutnot sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told manwladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Wry it t AT ALL DRUG STOfeES7 MILITARY SYSTEM rThe Way Germany Handless Her Ro I t 1art uy can fall to hayp bceiv sttnick Jy the large offlclnl signboards ht the entry to each town or village Those con tain full information nsto exactly which official Intlie community to up ply to should the magic word moblr IIzebe spokih Wborevor the Oannan reservist may chinct tto be when the order to mobl Jlzels given assuming of curse that he lis not out of the country has only got to ask the first heI or walk to the end of the village lookUvt the dlrecUonson the signboard to Qiidout his own particular place lii the military scheme Ele will see that he must go to herr Schmidt at Schutzen street Herr Schmidt will tell blur exactly In which town he line to go In order to rejoin his own unit aud what Is still mOre Important will give him time money and the railway pas to take hln there Arrived at his destination be will find hIs uilfor nu linns iud accouter mcilts pllod neatly in it theapj with a label bearing his uanie and regimental number on tuctbp of heap lIt has onljjf to put It ton aind take his place among the comrndcfl with wli u he lid his military service some years ago This destination was arranged upon many years back and the exact time railwayJourneysPenrsonsWcckly THE POSTOFFICEIf It Seemed t08e Located In a Rather Lonely Place A veteran stagecoach driver in Idaho used to tel of an incident that hap pened whon he drove the stage over jto poise City from the Union Caclfic line He bad on one trip Only a single passenger a little tenderfoot of a New England selioolmaam going to take charge of a school in that town She had never before been rarther from Boston than the IJudson river Along about dusk one evening as she sat on the box by the driver and the team woQud its way around the shoulder of a bleak mountain a highwayman Iitq denly stepped Into the middle of time road and bild up his hand A cocked rifle reeled easily in the hollow of his arm aijfd Its muzzle pointed straight at the drivers head He quickly pulled up Throw over WollsFargos box Said the man with tile gun The driver reached down ulULOpllg- tbe box into the roadthOmm1be started to gather upthe reins lioidon the other cried Impatient ly fercstbc niiilf bag Dont you think Iiwaut that For reply the driver swiftly kkkcd It tivurboitrd VAU rlghV1 said the man on jtho ground In affable tone you can drive oil UQw For halt a mile they rplled along in silence schoolmaam and driver he1 former scentedto be In deep study At last turning to the liver she said I dont know anything about time wist of course but that certainly does s enj to be an awfully lonesome placebo have a postotfleeWushi gjon oat A Uselfiss Implement Amt Ann Arkwrlgut the bustling spouse of Uncle Joshua Ark wtl lit proudly showed himt a silver Imple ment which a frhnd Md given her as n birthday present It was shaped something like a spiitula1 but brqid nod considerably toward the handle Uncle Joshua In ectedv It with sonic curlosltyi What Is If he naked Havent you any Idea she said No not time leastt In theworldj Wrillsalrl Aunt Ann Its It plof knife Uncle Joshua picked Itup Inspec ed It critically and laid It down again havent any use for ltbe salll as far as Im concerned Its too wide I couldnt tW pie with It tbout utting my mouth Youths Company Ion Dyed Articles k In dyeing at home amateurs often make the mistake of putting the dyed article through the wringer possibly to avoid staining the hands for one reason or perhaps hoping to IfyidU garment more qnlckly This however should never joe done for tin creases so formed mire most obstinate and In fact often only disappear with wear despite jll pressing Dyed articles anjlht r AdversityJTCompensation illchlelghl wish I were you Poor elghPor gmdiH ss bake why 1 Rich lgh Why you iur have lime fun of iropoalng to every girl you meet and be sure of being refused New York Journal a STEALING A SIGN Thai Was the Policemans Charge butl It Was Not Sustained Stealthily tjth policeman stole out from behind the side door of tile saloon mId quickly pounced jusorae GOrj luuibla college boys who were carry lug a long board sign that had hung over some tobacconists shop The youth protested against the officers Interference but he told them Hhat- Micalittlecollpgeicollege b4JysSlii d all 0iiWUats time charge asked the zen geant as he IcobudOtU ijt the aggrega lion of the coming groat men of learn lag Stealing a signl answered rie cop as some of the boys bumped it Intp the station house where it reppsed against the wall did not steal It stroke up one laWcyouths We only borrowed It the cop and IThcscrgenttulttlc110 and find t of the cAse wns The policeman read tuc slgi slowly and then turned to the tele phone boqlv to look up the owner ndllo Did you lose a sign Arfi the answer made the poiicenian scratch hLJ Lead What dId be say asked the wait lag sergeant The reserjvcs were be ginning t6 grin and the policeman looked cry uncomfortable It is all right bc said EcowlJn tat the youths The owner says they rented the sign for the nlgiit atfd are to return it tomorrow riiorning when be is ready tQdO business again f A shout went up from the youthscas they were ordered out of the station and they took up their triumphal march and sought out some other iin suspd ting cop to dupe and fnrdown the street came back their triumphal lyell Colupibia The cop laughed to Wmselfns he started out again on his beat and a friend at his side asked him Iliec use of his merriment Tlc owner of the sign was rued itl1 the way through arid wanted teto hoidthe sltnv Ue hijd rentctltlt all th1rtlIIn three other precincts but as long a I wjfs a o ttor him I thought 1 would let the rahrah toys have sonic more fun with some other cop ni1j sent theiii on their wayNe York Press f f rIAN UNSOCIABLE LQJ i What Mr Thomas Thought of the Crowd In New York Jlr Thomasi jnmuued a fresh stick of birch Into his little stove and closed the door which John Arnold had left nj0rOn his vutrahee The tiny shoe shop tlitls becamo air tight Thou the nroprietur replied to Johns question ofwhat iie4hougbtof NewYork cot can tell OIp mazInjj few words he sAid Its considerable Of a i4utce Lots doing nu JiIlIClldlt1big buildings an schools an churches aU all thqtr They thInk theyre some puuklns 480 An I aint saying that there aiuf plenty of real smart oiieathcrQ SpUp of nil that though lCnli em klndo Ignorant besides beliig sold in their manners hI vanttp know commented John visibly ImpresscdL bythis rccltaL f Ill tell y jCOiHlHued Mr Thomas Brother Tongs boys ouloe is down near the big BrppHlyn bridge iand I used to go down t11tIp and set a good deal while my wife visited with his wife up In Harlem When It conic what f they caJl rush khour lusedto gp doxvurnSstand the bridge an watch em passing huimreds of non their way home nu1 got to feel reaj friendly an to know lots of eiii by sight But Mr Thomas paused impressively but although iI didnt raise an nfl noou whilst I was there an that was two weeks nary one o them men ever give me a singfciglance of recognition yIt want my place to speak first mfr being a stlanger an they home so to speak I wantt going to push myself but I tell ye what John two or three times I had to hold on to myself to keep from telling ofem Just what I thought of such onfriendly waystWhy says I to Brother Tonis boy how long do you gpose one o them would be at Ttinkctt Corners be fore we knew him well enough to nod jtCompauJo HOW She Traveled rrowfdtdtb queen of Sheba travel when she wen to see Solomon risked a Sunday school teache No one ventured tovanswer Could she have gone by the tall way Yosm said a little RlrJ Indeedt Well we would like to know bAv yon found this outV In the second verse resiJrd the child It says she came SuT a greiit Fio oie SUQ1mers CoOking1 NoJcifchenappIiancegivessuch actual satisfaction and real home comfort as the pew Perfection Wick Blue Fiame Qil Cook Stove Kitcheji work tjils qmfpg summer will lebetter and quick er dbrie with grouter personal corrifortfpr thd worker if instead of the stifling heat of i coal fire you cook py the concentrated name I em1V PE1E TIN CookSbeI i j Three sizes With or without Cabinet Top At yww Ostlers i or write our nearest agency V i The RyLAJiF jd- erful hht giver SolidIy made beautifully nickeled Your livingroom will beplianbcuwith a Rayo Lamp jv I If nqt with your dsaler write our jiearest agencyL STANDARD OIL CCJIMPANV j Incorpor tedjj t j McCABe CUMMINS 1 1rSDEALERS IN 8tr Kiflucky Whisks J I Weship Whiskey rr m4tto 10 years Id at 225 tr400 periallSli H T 0 1 t Orders ifrcm Keuttickv filled from our Indianai house A7 i v V We also carry in stork Jir Pure blackberry and gripe wine peal225 J t9 Wnite torn whiskey periah C Jw 125 7 I Pure apple brandy pe rai30af 4 00r Jt Ad 1ress all orders Lo FiF frJcCABI3 CUMJIIJNS t t i t 325 West Mar1et Stt LOUI5V1LKY 112 y 0 J t t Eat Wfctat 12 f You iant of the food you J1 ed t f Kodolvwill digest it Jo l C You need a sufficient amount of good wholesome food and more than this youTieed to fully digest It EIyou cant gain strength nor can ustrer the your stomachif It is weak t Ydu must eat In qrderto live and thtllinta1n strength s You must ndt dldt because the body requires that you eat a sumo lent amount of food regularly Bu thiS f d must bo digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant doIt you must take something that will help the stomaca The proper way to do is to eat what you want and let Zodol dI- gest the food Nothing else can do thla When tlie stomach Is weak it needs help iou thusbhehiIt bygiving it rest aid Kodol will do that st 3 makes baby nervous and frtful and stops gala in ISt strengthens nerves suppliei lime teeth keeps baby growing stoall now AIIDrUmIMI Our Guarantee v y to your druggist today iSA H purchase a dollar bottk aa4tf jew 4 k can honestly say thatjro did treceive any frotRtt aftwf Y using the entire tbttte qi drag gist will refyour oey to M 1 Without Question or delay Wqwmpatth a ufiftto Jrie oft elxJttJepurdia llyof This offer to ib4i hirft bottle onlyjnd to bit iMBt k ft family 4I tSWe could motaIodt3iks A- an offer unlesaw psit1y kaw t3rwhat Kodol will deice01L It would bankrupt tn L Thedollarbott1econtMi2tsS d l as much utJW lit rotJtottfc Iii XodoUsmadeatthlaboMotius 5 of EoDJWjtt4cgl9 y sovpiy RED DROSS QBiUG STORE fjX g goo 000 oooo 0Th Saeand Quick Way to L IQ = = Y t9 1 T ansIePMoaeff7 4 7Js LOng rin 4l1- WY KT l bf biftf c 5u1tttt Csapij1y to Ldfeal Manager 0 g DUWb J5 cIcphonep reierapciaiyg 7 INCORPORATED s OO ho TEETHING Weight SCOT Mil SION iis thebeskfoodmdicin0ctMi- ng babilt tne for the the Get a bottle f STANHAPC t Go t fUr1 benefits J vappllf t = i s r t Ilrt 1 As An h1roumd hazatlyt a llE alt bu114e JtQ Mhm pIWtcomparti with Dr 1Ciei Sw Uft Pills They toe iDareg2i tomach liver a4 k4as tebro04 strengthni1fcSK lfcure Constip ti6ar Dyaoepsi O lousnessr Jaubdlcti t Usdaohe cwus and MzarIa Try bem25c atJIl1oQc 1kobhllontJ l o s Al