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I MMiItft tnM Es TAE3LISJIEDJNi1ir l iM1JUn t t- t rtI I 1 r I fs R1NFFELD WAS +GTON ttr 0 I 1 t ty lt Lox 1 r t A t- t jt Jii1 R I ftIlSIl PRwST J J ortce over HO iiitb I 1 WOrkt1Ssso1sb4pk iIorkgLntesd J DitY8IGiPr J ala PITiJBY t 3iqiitisl J + Iiii1 j JfsihvWs l W t J4thsxft1 dIMrk 1 aitd h I OCS iIiIUa1Ui1Mt i yaz pittos 1 fopIIIati of siiyjl4S ie Bo R iitK1I Rqss4lis iisitiick Ii d P If DraMm 1t4t La tM 8ieW tLlyUeKTt- v a t J 1 24 CCUIT cOUXT i tMd41l 1tAf s iXay OCI i i LTbIInhIu- Jr lj i1f1 0 r t 1ic1= k ot 1otII iT ff QUAz LOUIT IiilfjlJ iiItf C itkb4 Uie third tJj 1o tt dii J dutt a Mv TAy t ltfQII sBMtJa i Y YTIJ T f CliCkCuty 111ty A ittJriW atMric ty Atwna rJ t Cnake OaoPow VII I WrtXdds u1 DI4bL- DflaIc I t tr V T 1iA t t J P pt7j- t1oJl ir Jlrr lyr aA e cI1p I Q JC fcaTyi COURT PMc 3iigL ilMetKarttltal I WIV ckr City AttocSY iti HMWiaJa rj ri0 Y i iWl 1 irctry TciJ1tCBi 1t iLIyLx131 Ft md ryana2Ie sbJ4qrySbLmday P9aI Cycrt W + l7 i to i ATIciCIURCa t iIeItybt9 Se- lt tT P t acl10lc t LiNi t t tiLt t eH 8L e boar 1 a t j n1aEiuiLIAX OHURCR1 =T R L1CI Pastori 1 Hlyat 11 ft1- I4 iadayOO1 eVer ts iii Tpit jii itrtto ai Pryer tiJ1 A i ThriJT Ytt 7Joc 7it CliVRCIJ fE 4 i 3APTIT atcl V J t i a t1 aiidzych o 4 crexL Jiz5aaz piayer + enie5L 74 7 j BURcB iiU1wS7dfiTtcr rRext csit dfanth cd Suck y JtqJtJQ itt irS54f i f 1 ll J Ii1 irsa fi 1 rlJ r L e Jltil gJ3t iJtdgi fbr J 1WstIsrIt W third f10 dal iicih 7ifi + io1tC1d J i tj iijatLIt- e I Jt Iff L I Granulated Eye 11- Ca Beared without caut iAnf o IarIfiniz by the ute of SoutherbuIM tige Eye Sa1 ve We guarantee iiti vire J5c everywhere iir c TTwy f Tffi1NEWLi14LJERtp COUNTYXETUCYJ1miFJi Ifv c C iit hiSf U uieiHMit Gbveraoi GoXi of- Msyiilo 1aQt01l csf thicemfor Rcpit icn nomioatioa for dftfSelipij and before the eikd of this week be may be verBivdi fljPOrOfetme tvetnoCoxo y bt hu theiquaIThedd jmEilM ofJpractically eVery JM ot the present admtnisira taoa with tbe excepUo of tom fltae i Clerk of the lrtotAp- JAdtiBOf their support ifbte made tie race for the jBfomi ntotr m as 4i33iii at t isnot Jiearisay Mii coaiwkxiirectjy fromS ieTa kl rnprIf1JeonUte Auditor James Secretary JEtrsner and the remainder of the kit and kin are in the Ccx Band mWICpnany one else These promfses were made to Governor Cox sometime ago and maDy of them have been r Dew ed 0 lately so late that they iare still warm for they were made ta Govern or Cox while he was In itSfifilcifcy atiiMding the State Federation of Woman V Clnbs B9 ting Frankfort State Jour nali J5 iIeIfIeSs Cnot betlrel by local applications asthey cannot reach the diseased portion of the earti Tkere if only one way to cure Seai e1andtbat is by const utiookl reriiedieV Deafness Is caused by n ialamed condition of the mucous lih inf of the Eustachian Tube When this tube IB inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect heating and when It is entirely closed Deafness is InIesulttiom can be taken out ahti this t9be restored to lbnOlmalconditlonhearb itigwill e estroyed forever niae cases outof ten are caused by Catarrh which isHothlng but an inflamed con dition tif the mucou surfaces WejIitvc One Hundred Dollars frj nYc of Deafness causedi by cot rrJl thatt cannot be cured by HaWs Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free t tS I r C1 ep TolcaowO Sold by Druggists 75c TakeHa11s Family Pill for constP paifon f r SMI f He d eut Off 7 c G rWm Morris 4Oars j hiilej John R Berry Co near New Hope yesterday fell on the saw t which severed his head nda shoulder from his body His reilj trains will be interred at News Eope this afternoon He was atbrother of Mr George orrisr the well known saw mill mant and bad beenmarried tyice Theii mill where the accident occafgdt is located about two miles North ofiNeff Hope in the direction t of Holy Cross eVBaveDC Echo t wtt Cxperlmeit lia Coup i When Dr Bells PineTarHoney has been used by millions pf peonies for sixteen years vri h a steady Increas ingrdemand Look for the Bell on the bottle l 828000PQO IsStatet Assetlmentr Prarikfort Ky Totals of the varThuskcounties of the State have been completed by the clerK of th eor fkatd of Equalization and thev snow that the total increase over ibe Assessment of last year vmountjo about 75000 000 of hlch 161000000 was put on by the State Board of Eqiializatiop thetJountyiotal assessment of 1S10 was 766 J16j596 before equalization and yfter the Board did itsworlr the sRessmerittotals about 28000 000 Dp YoiiGcitIc cfirycfu have a cough cold i4sthmalils chialtroubleaud use I r Bells PineTar foeyjyopdOy JCobk for the bell on t tUr536u1dotearry D dWeg1- iThe coUntry press cpntam ti e ionouoccownU that Ruby Lara fo WjDTadjrl bo i we at eaeexMor Iae tt ket5 JbrM J t JL0 il4ttCJ ho btvbn Jet me tioned are ycryplevef gentlemen and peronafly wetateem yry ighly Democratic b t1J n1 li the t party should carry Iany dead weights Not a single an w horI bt nthiee yearso ago shoUiiV be nominated next year The party shpuld take the same care in the nommatioh f the tuybrdinate offices as it oes in the Selection of its can didate for Governor Everyje cometlfresho inspiratipii for victory in run ning candidates who have been eaten We might t as wen nomi a ate Judge Hager for Governor to nominate ibj affoon Sr e tjriylihibhi s1blmETownor GetTheBstliFor skin troubles sores ulcers ecze a chaps blackhead pimples and l eruptions Use DrBells Antise ptic Salve and you get the best We guarantee it 25cabOx everevrhere Want Another ElectionH A petition has been circulated the past weak asking that a local option election be called in Leba jIiwasjIi again states hadj very little difficulty in scurinfo names to it1It is understood Itt at it will be filed in the county R court next Monday As onefourth the towns onlyII necessary to call an election petition requires Only about 190 names It and the names of the petitioners will be publishedS the first issue of the paper 50 after the document is filed and ecomes a matter of court recorda Lebanon Enterprise j We Dontt Have to Teilyon what its for its name tells Dr Bells Pine TarHoney is the best ough medicine and several millions people already know it Lok for hBell onthe bottle i Auto Crash Last Sunday afternoon Mr J Mallon made a tripvto Frankfort in his automobile tatting as Us quests Mr and Mrs T PS McMinimy and Mrs F i Mc Garvey On ihe return trip as they were passing through Alton b u 4 oclock the car was go ug at about 32 miles an boiir and Mr Mai Ion not being thoroughly familiar with the oad miscalculated how near hey were to the sudden turning in the road that branches off att lton to Lawrenceburg The turn came bore he expected it w and inattempting to make it the arscaped a telephone pole tearingt off the lender and damag ing the steps on one side the im JP1ct throwing Mrs McGarvey t and Mr McMinimy out Mrs McGarvey was bruised on the- ohea1lud Mr McMiamy cut ItwasIt short time Mrs McMinimy remained 01 inhhe car but the struck her head against the bow that supports the top of the mo tor and she wasseverely cut on the forehead The accident hap pen d Jjust opposite the residencei DrfJpeaTb and be took thenf in and gave them all the bes r medical attention When their wounds were dressed the party proceeded to Alton statiOn where they tookthe evening train for home and Mr Mallon drove tjhe car to Xiawrenceburg where he left it and made the rest of the journey here by train All of ne injured ones ate improving and are not so seriously hurt as was at first thought The crip pled automobile was brought on to this place Teusday and with a little repairing will be as good new Mr MaUond should r and right arm are badly strain ed and the whole party had a very narrow eStape from a tragici death fiarrbdsburg Herald 51 usMn 4 i 1lMptifSofJ11StRndlyreturning from church at May al1YilT rked the eins from Mr KeI- Iedyban1s Kennedy sprang from the buggy tore ver tl reins and ell on his heeon th oike susti ining painful injuries bout the head The horse bj tIrJg lfta ran 1 n ie lines ilrafcging Miss 4Culfi ootnot know whether i ihe WIt rovn from the bVggy involuntarily jumped from itj heingmuca ffrightened b she li kewise was severely bruised about vthe head and shoulders She is tindfer the care off a phy sician and tho Herald trusts tfha t jtitthmg serious will result Jjtfc either of the parties to the un c e una5to affai1LarrOd s b itrga erald Kept The KJn At Home Iorthe past Vear wegJhive keptc the King ofall a vJpttprKtng8i ewLfe Pills in ourhomeS and they ave 1 proyed a blessing to all ourti4lly writes Paul Mathnlka o Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy r all Stoooach Liver and Kidney 1oublesBobertson IInstantly Kid d eAbrahamJ ed colored man aged abbw years was instantly killed Tuesday night He was driving the road when his horse became frightened at a passing I automobile and reared suddenlyf fajjing back ward upon the dri in the IhI Itness distance by the plunging and kicking aoimal Hope was fore man on the fajm of Rev Josiatf 1 Godby near Perry ville Har t rodsburg Herald e t Dont Be Aunoycii I lV1tbsk1n traublqs chajsjlwplest black heads eczema or sores When- one 25c boxof Dr Bells Antiseptic alv will cure you Try it at once The Race For Governor tv ficThe newspapers ot the State are blowing hot air very freely as to the Democratic nominee i for Governor Some of them are taking pains to shov thatthis or i hat man will make a Governor better than ever was knowii hile others are for any man who will beat the Republican nominee There are four Democratic andiclatesre1l and referredS to JJ They are Hon son Mayor Reid Senator Mc Creary and HonJ M Adams f Cyiithiana It is our opinion that awthereyOt should be kept open QII the matter of getting a man whp can win but we should also be Careful to get one who jqin makefa Governor for Ken tucky IWitqou casting a yreflection upon the other three it stem that Ben Johnson now in tbe prime of his life and possessed of political and business experi ence to qualify hiiu fort the office Is the bestman Democracy can offer to the State On the other hand he is a figh er that looks the enemy squarely in the face and gives him the best ammuni tion in his supply wagon never haying known defeat and never intendngtoHe man who can brinK Kentucky back to Democracy if not the pjily one at this parti cular time Uuder these circumstances Democrats of the Fourth Con gressicnjil districtBhonltf their best to help in theo h tloubfl Johnson and then do their best to do QRear JLarue Herald iFr CoughsTake ThiisE- to you knowa remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy t years old There lSoneTAyers Cherry Pectocal OncI MJhei at- 5jti stays Itisriot a loctQr aoes iiol take tbe toLa doctoj It Jsa raid Made foi tthe treatment Q alt thitwt atKf king trouble Ask Jt pour own doctor 6fe xyimon afc Jfc gofew Jii adiIce- ii No aIcobin thicaHnedic1neAerCoL il- I 1 tI ou If are L s are cent h attvc act dfaietly oalbe Uw Sold for eAysixty yean Ask your doctor aft bouHU a AWaihsrtlIannrton MsS Mami WttberlL t1aaHaiRon wire marrtfed 4 j e home of the brides prept4J Mr antt Mrs Weather atGrWii Brier at an early hour djt Wed esday mqrning JTuDelstV Rev C Grume a cousin of the bride ferformicjs toe ceremony Mis3 athers an only daugh ter of the home is an unusually attractive talented young lay who thoughOnlynineteen years bf ae has already won an en viable Jrl p tati as a most sue cessful teacher in both publi and private schoolS The groom native of Ten eeiisi a student of the Baptist Theologi cat Seminary Louisville finish ing ills studies nexty arHe is Already Pastor in charge of Hhe churches of New Hope and Of Wijlisbur both in Washington county TFe is an earnest Chris tian gentleman popular wherever known The wedding party nd friends were entertained elegantly at breakfast at the home of Mr Weathers immediately after the erecny leaying this redAdamHamiltons patentsBards isOwnthar A Womans Great Ifdaa I tt behowJeutfobe Iovely n the fact form or tern a orfervpusanand Kfdney poisops show fn pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch d complexion But Electric BittersSprbye a godsend to ho want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver And Lad Kidneys purify the lood give strong b nerves bright eyey pure breathII smooth vlvety skin lovely complex bionlaydon Robertson ed New Law Effective In June The change made by the last sey of general assembly Kentucky in fethempti ns that are allowed utiderS the law does not seem to have been understood by the publicI The true meaning of the bill is Qtbatper month to 75 per nvpntb ten b Percent o f his salary can be at in ached and he may claim iOperb cent as exemption If a man re J iseivesper month only 6550 can beisclaimed by him as being exempt thandis liable to attachmintJThe exemptions can beclaimed otin money derived from house rents dividends on stocks interest on notes or mortgages out of which under the old law ex emptions tnighthave been claim ed W 3The new law becomes opera tiie June 15 J1910 and can then be applied only on contractsIn made on or after the act becomes jj effectivesr The usual personal property exemptions of fopd furniture ocooduguthnsilsremain unchangedcD No Danfiar In taking Dr BellVi PineTarHone r for cough and colds In contains no habit pro uni drugs Look for thefl Bell on the bottle- Killed His Lions i J Saim Rose the man who was eIlions at Cherokee Edfe farm some months ago was again attacked by the lions last Saturday after noon Hose was watering them when one of the large males reached through the bars of th eOo cage and fastening his claws in his coat sought to draw him cld ser to the cage He managed to escape with a whole skin but hiisL clothes were badly torn When informed of the trouble Chero t kee Ed took a large calibre repeating rifle and killed all three of the lions It required twenty odd shots to do the work t The lions were skined dtlieJ hides sent to Louis vile to be 11conyertedb6 expenuive ones asvMJe Jio B cost 8000 about i8 nioiit S agoi Lebftnon Falcon ir l TI 6st ftsIdyo- allksr j 1 soi- tiaidazaI ji5 bad4ijure the ey s IG 5 eyerwhert i I Jij7 j 4 ft iL 4aiSNIt eIilIe Iai1ias M ejiIi rzthauioiIese a- wm t 1 lullr9 tS ROALBakIUgI 4 ow4- AkIt i I r ps Ref A is The 1tJ Jtti1d6 P1i Jor iifrom RoraI Grape rta ii Tri High Prices for Jersey Cattle The sensaiionjnJerey circles week was he sale of import cattle made by T SJ Cooper cla Sons at Coopersburgj Par It said that 6000 people were ere thus pointing to the fact ed that though thirty yrs have devoted business plrsygreat demand as ever rnlgoo4a es are higher than ever be re mTheJfotr1eIlSultana Jfi Sujtanas Oxford Lid by Oxford M and Sultanas jpqlden Jolly heywere led 1oandtbe successful UI dder should choose between them Spirited bidding succeed until the high price of 11100 was reached and found to be held by one oftBeiongtimeJer fanciers Mrs ST Henning W Shelbyyi1le1K whse choice il upon Sultanaa oxford J4d ot Golden SoltnaJ a davghttr of fW u1tzna was sold at 3j 700 to orkLcStateueen to J F Middleton Shel yville Ky for 2600 Shelby county is thus fenriched her oollection of Jersey cattle y these additions Thisi ounty Von destined to become a great dairy county all that is needed for the farmers to look to eir water supply and prepare r occaslqcal drouths They son wilt always have the Advantage f beingf in shipping reach of several large cities where h iraproducts will find t market tbFarmers Home Journal tihyI I Scientists are DOW agreed that tthe eczema germs arc lodged not in the skin or epidemic Jbiutimtke m uer skin Hence a penetrating Iliquid is required not an outwardte a that clogs the pores WWereItlents the standard rescriptip Oil D wo f Wintergreen compounded iIi liquid form known as D DD Prea ription A trial Bottle of this D jihPrescription at only 25 cents will instantly relieve the Itch We have sold recommended this remedy for stowoncerfulciiyea rsand know rom its use We recoiQBiend itto NJ our pa Irons Hajdon Robertson n t Dragged by Pony e 7 = fCol J B Wathen ha4 a DarCQt scape from deathlastIhridii while ridingSl premises IDhfe p nyjcaujsjhV ite shoe in somethiag an4felllfor ward pitching itsrtiderpff and falling on him nen it artetIq Wathens Ibk hugJnLIhe d stirrup of his saddjet jPjbjtP ai 5 ran at full speeOr m gre thattt one hundred a14 fifty yarl I J kicking at all ey J1pandq it would seem aliipst providen tial that J t igfttb en c pedIi great injury tir deaihT Be Wac wearing a pair of lar e1Imtt boots and his foot slipped rOlaII this and extricate him frpin Jus perilous position He wasPQO aidwaWy bniee4 about tbee b MiI md body but after a epl oif days was ajJI bo r ve iiis dutisEnterprTse I Ith r i +7i w hJ Wilhsburgr Quite a large udaf K4 lj Decoration at this place Moa RS yafternoonI + M Mr Robert Ddncaa and Eo bert Suij land of Chaplin vlaitii frieqd8 here Moaday cb Mr Uri h Litsey was b at this b aceMonda oh business Qi eMif t number of her young iri4USaturday in a mot anner Misses FantiteHugbeWellg and I Ofl lersSeveral t young peop t from re attended church at Glun G reek Sunday nigbt tIMrs Hattie Donation avd irr Carl of Indiaia Visited MrEcW Button Sunday Miss Fanny H fb p ot Saturday night with Mies Reny c ells 84 Mrs g B MiWi4iliLylsoi r LawreooelHir Tklieel lira L W Ua57 t Gab Olacki JM ff M t ii1e to 141 0p r i C4rsltQeirl j u MraYe t nr4 wife otA4ev Spent MpndAf with I4rs 1a Trent of this placeI f l Nina BUeBircbi inded the meeting at Chaplia last week Mr MayeOnd wifeof Ambir aJ spent Monday night witkC Mrs Btherington i Mr Will Moo rss boras r a way Monday tore hk biftsj yt no one was borfc Vj f i Tttinehorse r st week pripe iinkaowa l 1T r Marvelous DIcospsj J a5k th weerii pv tJW Ai1ft1 taoJieaTY luchMft JI 1egrani withwH wIrt teMWe ar layeiitieM te kill rne ad f tfcai der of oa 4era VrJKimc Jiew 1acoveryt sasIIfg whestbvtn- ed kjr cbufhi ceWs iafffigfi seth- acroup raKJtltirM enlitiri ay feyer and who cittffh or Uhf trouble For ailbociaecl tionslthasao equal It reMm iV ast1yItLthe wrait cure5 JaW Mr Black 04 AskeTill NfejU b Hi mrlteil ii cured him of f eifc ate cegk after ill etHi jeiiiili ftilcd 5dcad ILM At1JtkfeefcGU teed by Xvricmfc Jtofc rtsoa fdacHie of more tnpe- j pg jr oe aocoi411w cOeirp JI putr 41olK Gritl Shck to lr 1 l ich wusoki4ed- S prlors e ttto propisl rssi atroclock Rev J A 1or 01- cLatin iTbe 4MIuiet a1ir WiD to t4tl of the brilhIN 4evsialm9ntbslo relations ad oI4s- I I oft reeeM priMsrIoi- Faesjr 1fTiMIC4 t Ye 5 OW la S k1- Is Ior J re pS Mbb tL as sadIJdoa at H4 M vfeaywt w dJsa4erjiSMr WO44okpMmsm 5bi 5c i- rure u1V siioky 51M g Q Oeewe ps1mg 4r- eoIly JIre1 bsS I Jioa Idrsl irI b jI ls- tceneof 1ui-y wkIiag Ui- ok j1ooa We asthj t tboesdoe bsiu a nizasot the flPdSa- ktisgIs IUe dest1lIN ftMI escikes of Ri d- YIrport r- l Ky MlnminMteol oi U a1 aaj T4 4brstIonofVhN sh1m1a1 E- sup1m4S ar1lIr1 1rk1e wbIifseyh ib- SR ett11Sc S srPipNL bs- tjrBbI PU1Pcbpps rprPIs aO S J W 5r1I j a 4 USk- eals r 1eSbeWisei toor scsL Ie Msdia t Jaly 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QQQ iv1nk are reprtMBtod by AtP J LWOhspsceandt Y z15WiMd awl Bariow of Bards r t wa tJg M et byGdlsbyndMiOhord yg fi5 pIso awl Kaliy and il l tV GlD It is- t RIIJltJoItaA Syirip L5 ci bad JIG wtsawry ca- SS t r tJii rn4jery4josrDed1astT1s1 Lt l1J WMiV t t 1 bMMMl tbMMelTM This tim and t i bavsnqnIr i dilfantJy int- otrIdrctiseottbeIawai52isdIo iats wers rafairnecl M i it J Ibwsi QfMtracting railroad 5ack ir 1fttD1to the tIi S 01 dsdly weapons 11 hoot ij 1isQi highway 4 reach of the FMM li MUtar 1liquor to winor J f It isHi liqttoc in local option frik 1G gaiig I maliciows 1 1aIe swearlig 1 4 j SSi4 b flrisMelis i Loukvill t p B iro4 ofictalaall overthe p J feJfrntiyj ISY tbl t the largest r 11SlsiatbyseverbsnessnvI- S f trile arexpteMd on jsa 1 WhIS the Ties i t3R aset will bt held att QhrObUf Dwnsii LotisTille ret achleveenta in 5Wreucs bM created an In bItI It jtpart of every J 4 MropIan mac hQtIM s om Albany to d J Xtw twrkv will head a team of 61r l aYMOofs who will appear there t bwrtm iis OeofQle paost won fal bird HIM is the world il Great nbsrest fe being taken iii tbe Matter alt gTiar ibeStaw 1 awl tlwre will be reduced rater r JMX sUl railroad and M few peo 1 pta bays ever seen U aeroplane jjff ia aettoa the meeting will ibMbtifM be a jpreftt sucoeM rlI1 4T5 1rL Litsy g Mrs Naniie J Btigalls has f aO Perryvifle to visit her Si ri1fJrl Will Stfftall where i probably make her 7 i1j1l tjIJ ibiei 7rP Mcy Lwiw VanArsdaleI and 4 1 1 rodlurgpent a l I qt t r De Yeu Get Up ij With a Lam sack JW 55iiiir rsk Xskss Yes int- a J 3 IeIt IIe fjIst liir JdHeyUIUIU waar rII ef its rtmark J bkbealthrestothlg-StS 45 qpropertis Swamp- rrvIo9t fRuitS almOIt- s t 1 jbJ fw over SISlSgcrbSt1ttsAIpsiiftthebkkdI keys liver Better 54 1Utieven put fUte r VULnninenynss It r ebrrtcti Wlflky te f 1MwaIIiI pai ia i aro foUowi los ij WK mL uUfltJlat upM tolOeltesIy aipt ItJlOtreaaarJr yaebMjkioSbskwill befoeujii- tesbeethort2NeiIfI1Itee ascosidsltkataIar-I 1f 1 M ben aade by whickall i ii I tW Ispen WIIoiIota1 si t ssebottle ks b 11tZIra kte1lis saoot sid JaOwto 1S IIMk1d t 0 Z =1sca =tfY ft Co JIIeNp1isr dJJ bottiee re old sit Jetanke any mi s SwmpRao- tq J iifU aD4 the t Itr Jfl Tell Your Friends How Delicious This Bread Is Teutltes Utatit Bsowpossibltto secure the Jafeoiis Dotty Bread iathfctown Thfc bread fa baked Jn tk great sanitary oyeps ofythe Grocers Bafciac Copnyof Louifcville and each morqing it js rJjVoVu by express reaching ja almostl as quickly tfs it does thegrocers otLoulviIleV t AjidUll tlMateolKWmuchbetter this bread is than that baked tobotJterDollyI 1 BreadThjc- rot l of good breftdlfes in the oven you lcnowV veuslet 1 t r tid right i to the loaf Three the best Ours in Abe country are blended by our secret formate te crs its wedderfal flavorV fj JTheee are sore of the reasons why DoJJjr Bread teso good SOLD BY MCELROY SHADED Springfield K tf8ST 0VMtese Sarah Reed andliarvey YanAridale peut Tuesday night with Miw Eleanor B ped Henry and Winfrey Gregory have gone to Middlesboro tol visit ilrt Carlisle Ctelland udfamilvjspentanQa AredaleVl A 1 Catherine Thompson iift spend lug the week with Mrs J IIMariin Eric Carrico spent few days iii Bardstown Jast week irl ReyWB WiUiai na Miss Jennie LeachmaV Atthis neighborhood Tuesday evening Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Snndayi Mrs Dan Kelly was here Tues day eyening The Bharpsville ball team willI be here Saturday to play the team at this place Will Yandy was at Sam nels Sunday V- V5VTaXes 1 City xesare now due and all persons awing taxes to the city are hereby notifi ed to call upon Mr L B Cain at the First National Bank and settle same at once as on July lit a penalty of 2 per cent will W added to all unpaid taxes JC McEIroyMayor lir n CImpel Mrs R P LanhamMr EP vin Yaste and childrenji Mrs Brack Yaste and Miss Wanetta Pope dind at tUe home ofrsBettie Canary MondayV t Mr Odla Brewer spent severall days last week witH rJ M BrewerVMrs Bettie Canary spent J TaesdaySVVSSfernbim wltVMrstfGr W FenwiekV Miss Jennie Hiatt is spending this weekwithMrs Bettie Ca ryV Miss S sie and Ada F nwick spent Wednesday with Miss May and Della LogsdonV t Miss Jennie Hiatt of Mack iUe penb Tuesday afternoon with Miss Nina FenthckV rand Mrs George B irker and children spent Friday after noon wi h Mrs Nellie Logsdon Miss Lela and lilargieFenwicfc spent Thursday with Mrs W M BarkerVMr Ode Brewer Mrs J M Biewer and son Frapk dined at the home offiV Litsey Wed nesdayV Miss RhodaBegley spent Sun day afterneqn with the Misses LogsdonVj Mrs G W Fen wick spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Nel1ie Logsdon i Mrs Lee Hiatt and children nd Mrs Bessie CfofEee dined att thp home of Mrs Lbyd1t Fen wick WednesdayV Miss Jennie Hiatt and Nina Fenwick pent Wednesday af ternoon with Miss Jenni Lhsey- Mr and Mrs Will Lanham and children vIsited relatives bear Simmstowh Saturday zand unday Nina Fenwick and Jennie 9iatt spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Nellie BirkerV Mrs Annie Hiatt and children spent Friday with Mrs Nellie LogsdonVMiss Nina Fenwick spent Fri day night with Miss Jennie HittVMrs Bessie Coffee spent Fri dayalternoon with Miso Jennie Litsey Miss Jennie Hiatt ajtHf1 Nfna Fenwick spent Saturday after noon with Mrs Leo Hiatt Miss Lela Fenwick spent Tuesday with Mrd Stanley Fen wick VorIYSiMskse KI4YIVP4 1H4er MIMI 1i jtV AnticxhV l TVl As wer have benibsentfors- ometime we willagam present the most important th dear old News Leadcr Prof Sanders closed hissTng InKl at Fairview Surriday wilh a large attendancetMr Herbet Gillis who has been confined to his bedtt few days with measles isablajto bet out againIt VfVVM rs Essie Madelox and little tfMrsf flaLVt MrVBette Hahn and little neice Rebecca called to see Bep 1MlOhapnl Mr Daniel Willham accoul paned by Miss Vijgie Moore at tended the singipg at Fairview S ndayJMr Wade Wells anclY wife en thViidIft fewof t1 i it1 1 last Sunday night infi ye y charnipgnaierandioseprV sent ware Mr Jessie liarpellAqd sister Espy Misses Elizabeth and Virsiie Moore Walter and Jessie Wells and also James Maddox report a niceitime ProfV Senders awl little grand DaisYtFosIter spent Saturday right with H Hf Gulls and family 1ft Sad Thing for a man io lose his eye sight Its sadder to see him neglect his opportu ties to preserveit Fofrthat reason 1 dffer to examine your eyes free of charge Not a careless perfunctory examination eith rbut a scientific andaVThorough Eye Test You owe iit to yourself toaccep this offer Every day you neglect it you may be progressing toward sorrow and helplessness f r JASX GRAVES Messrs Evetett 3V lcbrau4 E1ythiDewittVVattehdetheVVng iing at the Kys school house and calledVteo their best girls near Leatbetf storeVMr Sidney Maddox arid wife yisited their lathe Mr Budney Anderson and family So oday RevJA Sims filled hi re ulA dppointmehtVat Fiirview Surfday But on accoiitttof the rain not soarg Va1tendancV Mr Wade Beasley of jSping field was in cur midst Saturday Mr Wade Wells and wife call ed to see Mr A Jr Moor As news is very scare this week we will quit for tlis time hoping that we CMI do better another ttime I STOVES v uuuuu AND AAEE1tVI Just ireceived a Car load of the 7 1f Celebratedt AR f 1 zoNli Cook Stoves and Rargesl11I VVV 4 The Daisy f and Electric 1 VjVS A WeJ n ow have the besi line cjf Stovef and Ranges ever shbwp iin SpringfieldV PRICES TO SUIT YOU1 5V VkVtV1 j a l i 44 41OOtr ir TRY r i AWANOUS SHAMPOO BAG il A pure Herb Shampoo And Hair food tj tonestheItw stimulates the growth irnpartsVV V4V lustre and bVeautyii f ONLY IOc3for25cV For fale ohly by V iVV tJ I= Li3orJ4YNV t t1Ii I Builders Mowers 1 = IIII V5 T i nBakesk Fwill = 6 J J f6 fI f r iqetOnr PrJcesBeforeBllyillg- D f t f f f j Ill I= G Robertsoil iCo jf ppp Call For Eleclion STATE OF KENTUCKY County Qf Washington I t 1910 At a regular term of this court held on the 23rd day of May 1910 it appearing that a petition signed by W D Hardin W J Fowler Everett Keeling W VT Wells Mol nd Derr W A Armstrong JVSth1d John Carrier Dave Matherly E D PerkinsI W M Shewmaker Robert P Scott Walter Hale H D Thpmp son W S Ppulter and others was filed with the County Judge at the last regular term of this court asking that a Graded Common School District be organized with its boundary as oll V10WSVIZV Beginning ati The bridge over Long Lick onf the Springfield and Willisburg pike thence up said creek to the cross ing of the ross Road and Hillsboro dirt read of Sam Coulter thence a Northeast direction to a small house on Tayfors Fork tclonging to W P Cheathamso as to include John Mclli vpys fan then ta Northeast course to the junctionof the West end of the White Hairpike ard the Willisburg and Tklackville pike thence a straight line tora small budge over Little Rock Run on the Cross Roads and Cornishyille pike thence up said pike to the lands of thenceaiNortheast corner of Allen Cookseys farm thence down said creek to the pld Yokum mjll site on a county road thence a straight line to W J Fowlers house so as to include said Fowlers lands thence a straight line to Elms Perkins house including his hinds thence a straight line to J B Jenkins house so as to include his lands thence a straight line to JSims including lJarionHardinsstraight line to John H Gordons house so as to include the hometplace of safd Gordon thence a straight line to L JH Harditis house including his home place thence by the county road to the Wfll isburg and Mackville pike at H T Scruggs store thence by said pike meandering around the South side of exIcJudell HanbysundJ W Bakerscorner so as to include the home plac of aid Hanby thence a straight line so as to include VfamgIbridge over Long Lick Creek thebe ginning and that the site for the school orIvery near the town of WiHisburgKy which site is certified to be not exceed fog two and onehalf miles from any part of the boundary of the said proposed district and it appearing also that said petitioners are taxpayers legal voters and residents of I the proposed Graded Common School District and of No3 Justices District of this cou ty1 and further appearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approvall of same and the court being sufficiently advised orders that S J Anderson the Sheriff of this county be and is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an eJec- tion to be held at the old school site in Willisburg on the 5th day of July 1910 the same being 40 days or more after the entry of this ord r for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal whiter voters residing within the boundary of the said propose Graded Common District whether there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of twenty five cents on eachone hundred dollars4 of property value th rein subject to State and county taxation ownedby white persons and 100 of poll tax oft each white male inhabitant of said proposed Graded Common School District over twentyone years of age for the purpose of establishing and raafntaining tisa Graded Common School therein as provided in sections 109 to 119 of the lLaWi election will also cause the legal voters of said proposed Graded Common School Dis trict to vote for five persons to be Trustees of sam in case said tax shall be approved The officers of said election will make returns in due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicable- B LLITSEY Judge Washington County Court Attest W F Booker Clerk INollea is hereby given u ttin obe the above order of the County Court of Washington county twill holdan election lit the time and placel indicated from oclock am till oclock pm for the purposes set out in said order Those who may vote are all white males over twentyone years old who have been residents of the ed Graded Common School Die Eforyear preceding the day of said election Dated the 23d day of May 1910 VS 5J ANDERSON S W COMES IN f A Phrase Tha Is Common to More Lands Than 9LZrVV was born In New England sold Mr Yanklnton and notbomf rich We were not what you call poor folks We were comfortable but we depended upon labor for our support and while wer did live comfortably we did fiot have many luxuries Those we We going to have as we used to say when our ship came In to which com- Ing we always jgokeA forward cheerfully and hopefully The other day walking past a toy store which had many pretty things displayed nlts window I encoun tered a mother and her little daughter ft little girl of maybe eight They were comfortably and nicely dressed people but they wertnot rich their means I should say were about like my own and though their speech was In clear good English their accent showed that they came from some for eign land Theres what I would like to have said tn small girl as they posed looking up at something In the ttY store wihdpw and looking ep Int the object tbnt the UtUo girl had Indicated and then looking down at hr the mother said smilingly IntIt luterebted me greatly to hear this said that bra person from another country Cpr somehow this phrase familiar ns it haw alwayS been to me had always seemed to xn6 pes ciillar to my own lid and region and at first it did sul5et me But then to be sure human hopes and asplra tions are the same in all lands and though around the world they may be voiced In many tongues there are many saylngsthat wq may think pecu lIarto U8V that really are ancient and conJmon and of those Expressing a nope hat Is universal when our ship comes In Is onec D mlles ariJ Suffers Her dearest ffleud sighed softly abQutlyourI You know how he Attracts other womenSYes yesVVSome of your best friends too I kaow 1 knowV And what are you going to do about What can J do If lie wasnt con sidered attracUve Id feet hurt IVflOV w0man except myself evfer looked upon him admiringly Id know t had twhilewomen smile upoa hiss it would be tmaldelllt b55I vait klm to be MMIrset- r j hate It too So wkat can I do but smile andiuiter iiV II TheV I I rVIrVI feature areThPiT JMVthSV fmMtjF a pressure on the foot treadle to Aifttke Www k tWibr Ispecial I movement Becan fee yoked tojft4ker fir WftiMilldte as desired Any desired penefamtie CM WalMMfjd UM is perfectly balanced by lever w Ajkiff es ill tbe CM f- IItongue a Eafe ruperfectly 1Yrrasris the case on KM a teaat CM oyeraW ItVM weft M aJlll kViivery ieeiraWe ia creeke oe O IIthatcandrie 1f It is in a close ky itntf Aqr a WiltIWe have 1Met ess W- UI Tongue and Tonguekee Cultivators and Doable 9hevei Plows that M I madeVAlso agen tforthe Thoma Crown I Mowers with chanceAble pe ci9 rIThomas Hay Rak88nd I VThomasOrainVDrIIIs4Cjrnba1jA I i Lewis Cbanibersi Gwwral Afe t JI u e NOBLE DENURKVV Red sorrel 1584 bnda high four Vyeens 1d W tIiSired by the peerless Highland VDeark Int d3ysmsVVchampionship saddle horse Thoroteo Star Ky BdMt ws k- at State Fair for bUt brood mare ad ales Ant VMNMT ferbMa ifshowweanling SVNoble Denmark is a horse of all areond aetkm tets ef sebstiVgQOdfeet and leg and an uptedate show Ixpit beth in kHre- under saddle He is a colt of wooderfHl I MMMM aad tfM possessesVail the air and dash chawkcterwtJe of ititc Hjghhaid J WOMtwills s season of1910V 5 20 To Insure a Living Colt f I oooobooooo t Chestnut Dare Chestnut Dare is well known to the pupUtf m mA counties as one of the belt brewkn ifl tIes StM7V M holds good thai not oae of hiicoJta f ay as el sVIUV =ever een defeatd in a slew nag Y1W eoJta e esy en or farmed in Washington owty 1fWatM last JeIIt uuaI f Mr colts have sold at Hjgh pnce HeWillaktlisesM lSTO INSURE A LWiWVLT 5VOQQ Q VH chneyyVHackney Boy sorrel 1C hand hWi wrrf by aby Von Moltke A hone of lots of bo4 b busmest horses He willktaai tVtVV1QTOInsaraLiwiCJL aWVVIWllataytWOStOVtSIMSLMC4 Mares traded off parted with or bred tVj r hMWMrjM ss son moneyIi poeitively due Mares p twre4at pen oa y I patronage solicitedV r B B LEACHMAN ttttlitiiTVVVi t RID BIIWI ttfgreat Saddle Horse will make the Maeea ef MW MVVVof Judge Thurman ooeqoarter 5isVfV30 To Insure a LMifjtfPEDi- GREERea Biri was aId iyCaieilra t 7 by Cab W8 LexingteB Ant sires Mee diMH horse He wiU be Ilimited to 80 mares es aOesVJ stancesV IQOeOoIIIX5 r Will alsoat the wne ti Red irdtJi fAT 15 TO INSURE A UpGt IJVDESCRIPTION AND PKGwR d BWL Jr k aLjft kit iii16 hands high weighs 11O powxk and ewrU himself tractive manner He Kern puftven himintf a Bper b liIiR V yBirdftnt tai GeorgeWilkesyule 2I1f kaggie Brim 27 the dse of Notawf 114 Hewdt 216 12 st ViJeti 217 k III daM N IChief Ii airs o daies of tU71 me dam of UlCHOftIO 14 ire ele 4C1Chief 883 by Maeibrino Chief 11 8t byV OO 1 At same time andjplace wiH steed UK ft e Jacks JackofDiamwidt r4r Tf 14hasI 5 AVVVthVTnUreVVUVinCdI jl 55VMaresplljlt1l r at I aJMMk Sr ill et 01 u Care stak n to pImIts ei Rw e4aei l w U-retained on alle ta1efMrr sV4 wen mare is parted with or Bied ehtwfcere Iw THtJRMAN PTIIIS i n a1l J fltiAtWVA Would from a knife ai tin caa VrImIYVfl11 Irewprktt of a j etkerrWiittreV djj mands propt trettmeat IthBckV lenffAralca Sale to pntpiit blood ponorJa tre la 1t1ibI3ICkIV surest Healer for ioU 51 alia fOE BOrM Bolkv roes Wd Il irupttoas EcHa 4pdVHfldX Cora or PJlec25c afc Hajrdoa 4 Itob- lerttoa thtOLfE Ooed for H I M the Eves en5 AJlllrar 11 PI F SCOttS Emulsion has been the standard ww trabnt fw CODIAI T p JITEETN T DIfNTI iUliTDN r FXWACTED I bUY PAIN t 1Ifll isk J KLD 1iJ u D mtarwrk tri tf 4I Fi1jt isu2t J 19RwJc J iflULL r 1 h- ri jflfl4 SH-1 OIIoebOUa 8ioQ am J 12pm- OQQver Haydona Prugstore kii iil lImptonMD d r 1IImri llftu IU M1 J saI4tcH 3 tf Ff WF1OR1GSBY t flOIINEYAT LAW l t k w xy- J 1 fY ir3 Or 1IW HYATT r L dJovw Rid Crow riH5 Lra O o 1oins Hyatt1080 l t 1m t to 5pa f L 7 iNNY1MAYES FB11Ai iiKtCTOB 1ID1fCtmnEMlnMER T LlPHONtl DAY1QPOQHT74 yHFIIf ii oEJ Sddule i Folio witfg is the time schedule- S 6wi effect on the Bardstown aai SprlngfiekL branch railroad Md 41 Leaves Louisville at ASQ p m Bardstown JupttionT Iit2 p mj Bardstown 6C6 p m f arrives at Springfield 655 p mc Koi42rLeaves pringfield at V 6iOO a I1i Bardsiofwn 645 a m BartUtowa Junction 730 ame i arivssaCLouisvi11 820 a m ItKoV43 Leases Louisville at s 710 a m Bardstown Junction a 855i1llr Bardstown 1005 a m 1 IrriTM atSt rla tield 1140 p m Np 44Leavi Springfield ataj liWp m Bardstown 220pma UnklQwn Junction 410 p m arriftaat Louisville 545 p m w No l0 Sandays on1yLeavew nmgield7lo a mi Bardstown t 4 SHOO 11 Bardatown Junction dl S45tajmr arrive at Louisville Jg5 ajti j No 91 Sundays only Xjeaves l Louisville at 600 pin Bards I torn unction 6 45 p m j Bards town 730 pin jarrivesat Is2 Springfield at 825 p m InYt and Ornamental i i5 rrREESIt1f t I h Efervlhin for OrcrjaLawn it and fearden r torMHliW Strawberry Plants j i Catalogues No agents fo11 H jv milENMEYER r Lexington Ky W LT DOUGLAS 3OO 35O 4OO h DO t HOES hItthsW AidI UNION t cMADE I d tLr 41e00 f P25O MfW L np M s alallte lowMt JLTIMiik lecwnc qiitizcuI tkefIf yeay Mea par BC Ufk PMM for JTMT abstkexttim WLDecIua kie1ie iys MOSSy oa year fMNwttlatarjut as 1gIN TMT way aa those that kVS h yae hkr prie esIWLDarewqM thee 1111wJay they JMW thiIp fit b1r a4 5r weiIr A ntftiw biss aM res s- I WMrpNIse s ak RsI- l itu i Ds ss Sis s r1C0IMOW IS515l- h z own CUKMiNGBAM DUKCAN l ElectrictS Bitters== bis msyibimg auv MII 2 r SM N4 s J TOWN I mllIIiI1Leclltappenla The Freshest said Latest 1 jPIoJIdj ltJ4r aSAite Shorthorn Bullrfji Goddaxd Grundy S4 11J Vj FOR SALESfond handPeeiv rbjHtr good a new Thos t Duncan i1 FoR SALEG91 Shorthorn cow and calf JDoflglas Thompson r r L J Vegetable plants all standird fWilUohnson f 5ii1IIFOR SALU100 harrelsi of corn V Pat Kelly J 1IMrjs C L iBrady has for saletBarred Plymouth Rock eggs 15m IIfor75npciciatA IITry a 4rpail of Chase Saria bqrnst famous blended coffee at 1 It will please you McEJroy Shader Sole Agents Nice line of Geraniums IeWUIJQbnso Tomato plants fine ones at itPhoneiFOR SAIOne horse lady Broke andyrubBelc tire buggy is tiSFOR RENT Room over PeoS pie Deposit Bank recently pc life cupied as millinery room Tn purchasing a new freazerS dont overlook the LighteningM Every user is a pleased customer For sale by McElroy Shader by FORT RENT Robms ov rP J homas and J0e Shaders grQJ ery Apply to L ABuDSs Now is the opportunity to buy millinery at a sacrificeat j Miss Willie Knotts I Mound City Paints may cost trifle more but 54Leo Hay don siMri re rejoicingi byer jthgfirriVal of daughterI tfoR SALE tOld fashioned cherry bedand dresser and one thalnutJ hisofficeI National Oats are sweet clean and fresh and the package the largest offered at lOc A trial tt will conv nceyouthlis true For sale by MoElroy Shader llyi riFORclDeeringg wagon and one buggy ttbe J P Willettlili SeF0R250 feet long and 9 feet wide S P Derringerpo Spritfgfield Ky Corno Hen and Chick Feed kelps yourTchickens healthy and develops them quickly In 100 t pound sacks at 2 50 per sack a For sale by McElroy Shader The Sisters of St Catharines i wish to announce that at the closing e ercises of the schoola on June 14 nq child under 12 years of age wi1lba admitted to the hall v t There will be a called meeting of Springfield Lodge No 50 FtA M at its lodge room on nextr ia dAquested to be present Visiting brothers always welcome Trimmed hats readyto wears childrens hats baby capsveilings and millinery at greatly reduced prices at Miss Willie Knotts The nembers of St Caha rines Alumnae Association are cordially invited to attend a m etiig to be held Monday June 13 19iO Please send regrets or acceptance to the Sisters by June 10 1910 Mrs J B Molohon Pre Those Dreadful Twins a threeact farce comedy will be prisented at the Opera House Saturday June 11 by some of the bestiocal colored talent for the benefit of St DominIcs Catholic church Reserved seats for White peo pie SetS on sale at Red Cross DrujStore Fcfc BATJK VC B- gg wr f s4 El CI Orpiigoa- eggs JOO foI 15tMir l IaToPIGss I wlii iniiu Teeth ex I tedW1thiout iIPANGj No charges when plates c are wanted f WORK i JIAb 9ftlce rt and Is just ag adif f i Sprlnifleldr Ky MoH Uorno Hen and Chick Feeb he best and cheapest pn the arket For sale only at- MoElroy Shaders June Clearance SaleAll millinery at half price come see for yourself Mrs Williams jn the celebration of the three hnndreth anniversary of the unding of tIe order of 4he- isters of the Visitation at Car dome Geor town Ky three oung ladies were received into e order among the names appears that of Miss Florence Maltingly of Louisville She daughter pI Mr B S Mat- ngly and is well known here where she has frequently visited he will be known in religious as Sister Aane Marie Commencing tonight at 8 oclock Prof W M Crawley of mih Grove Ky jiU hold a- uEicai Institute at the Baptist church He has been employed the church and is expected to spend at least twq weeks inI Springfield There will proba bly1be classes each morning afternoon and night and each memberis urgently requested to join one of these Next Sunday morning the pastor of the Baptist church will speak on Meeting the Christ The night topic will be Samson AgoIistes Prof Crawl y will ng at both services Children Day Exercises Sunday was cbildrens pAy atthe Christian church Quite a large umber of children took part in e exercises and each one performed hispartiDa creditable manner All were carefully drilled by Mr and Mrs W A Wolfe assisted by members of Sunday School class The church was very tasteful decorated with flowers and bbons The wordsUA little hjld shall lead them in large ilded letters extended across church Several songs were ung by the little ones and also veral interesting recitations weVegiven The exercises were and instructive Scares at Automobile On last Tuesday evening as a party of young people were re turning from Maud they met an I utotnobile which frightened the team of horses and made them shy to one sideof tneroad break ing the pole from the vehicle No further damage was dime nd thpaparty telephoned Mr Chas Boswell to send another surrey alter them Inn short time the surrey arrived The party prove to town in the newlyr arrived surrey and the broken ole in the injured vehicle was replaced with a qew one nd7tile iver proceeded to drive it to IGrundy Molntiire own butsthe horses were somewhat spirited and wished to o the driver became excitedI ind jumped from the vehicle caving the horses without amy me to manage them Being free they began to run but kept the center of the road and brought the vehicle a distance of ibdut 5 miles to Springfield Besides the broken pole it was none thevorse for its drIve- The College Toastmaster The St Marys College Dramatic So iety will beat theJ Opera flduseon Thursday June ii 16 with the College Toastnias i playedinUnited Sats and has najer failed to please It is a typical t play of college life with the many mischievius acts and origi nal expressions 1bat only theIof college boy can do v nd sav JJazing a colleg boys ovec affairs and loveTletters all come inin their proper places and the whole play Is one continuous llaugfr from the rise to the fall of of the curtain The spacialties between the t acts by the college orchestra AM Hats Hats flats F tcoriMowCpst t fWe our price can lave Come before Wathen in aroundII Sand l j11BeKgar College hall at St Marys May 5thand wjis so favorablY re ceiv d by the large audience that it was determined to play it here II Are Selling l cans 3lb Standard Tomatoes for 25c 3 cans 2lb Standard Corn for 25c i 3 eMS 2lb Standard Peas 25c McElroy i3pader SimmsRubel last Thursday afternoon at half paSt four Spring field wItnesed Qfth most selUlOn1when were opened to ad mit MiSS Fla get Chapeze Mri William Heffern ij Rubel As the Mendellssohn exquisitely rendered by Mrs Jodie Spalding Miss Sue Ray and Mr Albert Dwelled through the the elite assemblage saw first tile entrance of the ushers William Medley andS Mr Walter KnottttMr Wathen Jr and Dr Spalding Green followed by the groom rand his best than Mr Harris Lat came the bride her brotberrMr Wathen who gave her in marri age at the church call Daring II w IIDid You Even l See a I F HousePly IIfnot you better iet us Screen your Idoors windows or I v the pesky little things wi11makeydufy4frbm your house this sum mer JJI Lafge Line of Screens I I Screen Doors arid Windows 1 in all sizes- ScreenCIothalII V r Widths Laachman Campbell S Furnttur Store 1 1i j p e 11L II in IiUliI Qv Oil zndoe in the retailing of dir goods in this community have a strong idea that it iIs because of our custom of nttskimping quality no patter wha we nay do as to prices Com and tell us what you think shot it We feel pure we can pray our idea is correct tiles ceremony Mrs Frank Peter same beautifully Adoration byTelma The brides gown was a cream toarquisetti over satin made With train dutch neck and short i SleevMr The corsage embroid ered in gold had yoke and sleevesI pfreailaee A large white trimmed in creme and ecru JOe 4nd an arm boqmet of white ro sea completed a picture of bridal feanty The churcbvwas artistic in the simple be iuty of altars banked to red coses and ferns contrast ing with the white wedding bell in its afcb of green draped tulle below which either side the altar rail was twined in green with white tulle 60 is crownipg the posts The going away gown was of Aeolian silk with collar and cuffs french embroidery and atof creme milan trimmed in Persian effect Mr and Mrs RUgelIeftlm mediately after the ceremony on ad extended trip which will in etude Viagra Falls New York Washington and other EAS tern points of interest AfterI their return they will LebanonSThe bride is daughter the M No Cost at All lave been selling them at Now you them at your price the 4th of July for Fall sets early thi I We fop On oclock Simms and strains of Nunan church Mr Walter with Simms had and 6 hat in at city of i ate Thoe W fcjimms She is one of the fiaireet of the countys daughters and is highly accomplished j being a graduate of Na zareth Acedemy and is univer sally popular with both old and young Mr Rubel iis a son of Mr and Mrs Jobn RubelI of Lebanon and isI yice president and general manager of the Rn bell Hardware Cos one of the largest business bouses in Mr Jon county and Iit a man possjessing great energy aaclbusin J ability J 1EPICNAL Mr William Medley returned to Owensboro Sunday Miss Eujah Wathen returned to her ihorne at Bardstown Jun tion MoudayfBlisses Mary Elizabeth and Ida Charles Carroll returned to Louisville Monday t Miss Lizzie Wathen remains the pleasant guest of friends Ihere ll Miss Mabel IWilliams has returned from Hamilton College where she has been attending schoolIMr A C McElroy is visiting his children In Kansas City Mo Dr GK T Burton will leave Saturday for a few days visit fo relatiyes Madison punty i JMrs Dannie Watbea returned to her home at Bardstown Junc tion Saturday j Messrs Hood Cunningham ndJ H 1HMcElrpy are at French Lick Springs this week I Prof J T 0 Noe of Lexington is here this week- Dr George Sbaunty of Louis Ivlllela here this week- Miss May Curry left yestef- day for avillt to friends in Owen ooro Mr Richard Wa hen returned o BarditownJunctionSaturday- Bx a J W S Clements was here last week attemdingi HQlIdsy trial Mr Dudl y Robertson hat re turned from LouisVillt where he has been attending scbobl- Mn M B JOAM of Lotittiflt t 1isbrethiswesk Mrs Arck Pnlliam of Bards towI ii the guest of Mrs Uuit prrett Assyi NatEalabesci J SIIttb- I Barlow ifcii 8 Ktily ad RiQr Ubecry e Bardstow irs at tsAd tDC cort IJ wssk i i 2 I CLEARANCE sAi1zoiW3 Jdl 1OFJ I j 1 BoysCIothigJis f It tntSJlrit1 ing put as we are overst ecIlntfuscDe paVtitiifit twill start right now to offer Mens Young Mens and JIBoys at v J + 4 I GREATLY REDUCED PRIOEE 4 t Remember that all this seasons n West things go In1hle 0iil4 f t stywhich t I III I I Jl Bigi stock Mens Pant at redupdpricS Lot of Mens Straw J vHats at Half Prjc I 4We have many Bargains in other Departments to show you L i GIVE US A CHANCE y 1 I I The RobertsonGlayliFookei 1 j FF- I INCORPORATED 1 s h Misses Elma and Blanche Stark of Evansville IDdtara visiting their grandmother Mrs IMrI returned from Virginia where be has been attending school Miss Clara McClellan ill visi ting relatives in Louisville this weekr 0 Mr and Mrs L M VanArs dale 6f Harrodsburg spent Fri andlMrLou1lvilleBunday Mr Robert Mayes was in Lex ington Monday Miss EVelyn Royalty is the gneet of Mas Ida IcClnre at High Grpve Messrs Ray Goodin Will Russell and Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell were at Maud Tuesday Mrs 8M Campbell and daughter Lillie are visiting relatives Indianapolis Mrs Ralph Boldrick is visits ing her aunt in Cincinnati Mr Murry Floyd of Lebanon wis in town Sunday Mrs Kate McAtee of Owens boro is visiting her sister Mrs Billy Wtba of n artownto Mr Ju I1 Royalty is pros peotinR inOklahoma Mrs Janis Jfillett returned rom Louis ilIe Saturday Mr Join G Shader has re turned from a trip to French LlokSprlngsS Mr S M Campbell is in Chi cfgdthis week attending a meet ing of the Natwaal Association of Auctioneers where ae will deliver a speech Mrs Ardis Brown has return ed from a trip to Danville Mrs M FitzgeraVd spent Mon day with Mrs Mattie Dragoo Messrs Win Hagan E M Moss sod TO Campbell were in Louisville yesterday I Miss Mattie Tobin spent a few days with her uncle Mr M Fitzgerald this week The Simplar Fidelity Class ot the Baptist Sunday School Was entertained at the hoice of Miss Addie Keeling last Thursday and spent a delightful evening Those present were Misses Delta Campbell Susie Webb Olivlic McElroy Minnie Simpson Ad die Keeling Hattte J Webb Mrs S P DirriBgeri1 Jtrli W R Select an Mrs Jaws 8i- aonMrs 4clph Bstett Mrs Mamie Wallace and Mrs Bryon Croaks ietchar of Ibe tAro a clue i GoipeAwayv t t SM F B NC8 aid get an ac cint policy 26 CMte per dalil CASTORH At EM M IM AtMfl r t t r f I LTI1 I 1 1andRyeud t r 1 t 1 every morning at 1JII ocldckrbyl k- II tPhonigorcaIlingtS IIrr Katie Uerlldn B- fI fS f r i si JrVlfj j h1 rJ fir rijt f1 PhOne0 6 11i f Ft i I l Try One of our Gra a r I4usT JtI idi t l f i 4 4 LJ TiUVQIIJU t s ANY SIZE yOU WANT AT iiI i Rt hctt4t iAcp1erwii i i Jium v P5 Titl 5 i 0 i i IGutterIi woarIpKIujI i2OurWorksGsri J- clf ndt satisf tbry W dIj voUiNpgSI 5iS 4 bi t fiatchett t I esrroLutl l yoiSt r morediaa tJiyother freezer S I- JI7 IianI-t r t wawtd 1i i r TiT TVJ T r rv v l t t i gAYTHEIp OEIJVERD rIuSMkNlIssosst4th Jlsu1i I Utsid i- kiisi H1s i I t f X7 J = t IiIVpI bUbtg Is tMiarhi Ta thsL 1 tI of ir It aM poUtl ttf raakfect to yt i v IytM lilt mIs took pUee Tnwr4ay p t It aa early j a I tta at atMaai aad were itjIt W Ai laIIC u bit I ts the crowds L = ztiaM tho e f iasi p tauiM o Hi The 1J jr Ttt McipUea ceauait r p M WS kspt Imsy wetooaVlas Usr rfteJ M t CP HcU rkj iLIt Jaaasec oa teaaie s tk4 elty He LuitisJ 1ft t GOT J Co W Btttam wasii adasiatstratlea the erec wma started also rjiiil eftH Jay JraillelF iIIor w 0 Jka4Je y OpeRTII i cFG w WIJtao The faging by H IjrIt + girkp LoisyUI h11 dIool aH UN fAtrieUe wtsie by the Naiwere HM fctatttftM of the xercla f BJMaOIIC tM Wraoo the builhlag fuby iM roM 7M p M wUl T n p JI tiIet rcsptioa waa held t la tW C5a4tol agaM was a reV ht N iliHiiiaioaid Ke tttcky aswyansi k wives o the state oAelalsas ko IItJIla amatol r eeriac of the 1 tIe general were all yreseat aad the ma jaf ta BMBkWn of the general aaasaibMsi M 1MK ad 1M oalo y pciated Uw atopsy for the erection wthe b WiMc ereaJ present to iijoln with lUte elttetns that so great t west J cMspUsaed and tMtM oC5iorrvptlon attachee A tsuehliig feature of the xtrcies p4wst 4eoiUagt tIe crTeOt they J JleCiwkty Bky iIi Frank j byja M K as dab a prorMed Y1oIi kstioi oC that kpiy la recognition of Ms ioyaHyJto and kis exertloms In the f jtr Mt tl f Termaent ItT- llo fraud s r ottidiHgthe capitol we not entirely eompteted but the w the ty apfrsaeh to tke building n Jht Seme Htotertc Facts KeJltaCkyjJIt rt o asp g 2srt ctl i coextensive J etygSi The fret Court WM IMM at Harrodsburg the same frtt CsAveMten jn Danville r Tfc rstcofiv ation looking to the amiBiioa of the district into ejyTrakm as itltate WAS held jj anhwsMi 04 delgategJ from + iiiKa i cliisaaf ia Btke district ltKuedasInM jestrietiMW as were not accept aMs to tfce leaders of the district fSMnek Yetkkal excitement followed em salI after seven Conven ICthatthighth f1Vo 5scire suck concessions from the mother state as were acceptable cad eaUea the ninth oomyiation to iieet laDaari e la April 17SXto form a Ma4e CeasiRaUaa coigress having ea Fesraftry 4 iff1 edan act ad I Kiatniky late the Ilgloa 1 0 tV i Pi I sate Mime Frank t 4LL17N MI 0 I I 1PVby flre11 1 V r f UNITED STATES t The plrst Constitution i The members of the ninth and final eeareatlon t were elected in D cember 3791 met the lollowing April and ierwed the Hrst constitution This constitution was adopted by the people fa May 1792 and Isaac Shelby was I elected governor The legislature elected at the same time met at Lox ington in June of the same year and fIXed upon Frankfort as the future permanent seat of government The first meeting of fthe legislature at Lex ington was held Ina twostory log house oJ wHlchno picture ordesorip tlOtl Is preserved The sjBcond temporary state house i in which the legislature met at Frankfort in i793 was lor its day a rather pretentJOT twostory frame residence the rhome of Andrew Hohneswho do rated ihe land upon which to erect a permanent building and who also gave much timber stone etc for the erec Upn of the first permanent state house A fairly good picture of wiiichTIs given herewith This building was destroyed by fire in November 1812 i a14 thes thnd one wiIchaseiected 18141C see illustration was burned 14 824 Volumes Could Be Written During the years 182729 theclassl coni Permanent State House Frank Ifrt Built 1114 Destroyed by fire 1824 erected It was the seventh building used as a state house Volumes could be written of this grand old building and the happenings within its walls for the greater part of Kentuckys political history has been made during the threequarters of a century it had been occupledi Within Its waUsall of Kentuckys famous men of that time have been heard and her greatest l sions many of which have been accepted by the Nation and Sister CornI monwealths as the correct iiHterpetra tion of the law Cost Over Two Militant Tne new Capitols building grounds l when completed twp and a half mil lion dollars and there has neyer been the least suspicion of graft connected with the work jj The building of a new state house commensurate with the wealth and 4ignlty of the Commonwealth had long been considered and discussed at of the General Assem r not until 1894 tinder the of Coy Beckham that an appropriation of one million dollars was made to begirt the work The commission consisting of Gov isc W Ifeckham Auditori S W t forth and Atty Gen Hates together j state house were not large enough or that Its location in the center of the city was not a suitable place tor the new build g decfde to Purchase New Site Accordingly In 1905 Gov BeckTiim convened tfins legislature in extraordl nary1 session to consider the matter of a new location After some weeks consideration it wits udecided to pur thase a new site at the extreme south limit of South Frankfort about a Trille front the old and an appropriation was made to buy the foity or more acres selected drouhd was broken for tho new building In 190C and the magnificent t IIJ 1rSsrr WM at MJieiss would sA Bst w gy t mt have be I IIIM Isir 4 brok dowa tfcrou b 41I 4011 froM tbe sarly ages t rss rdiim are Me4d i aMiwtretig faberitod ani otiMnrtse r iLT iki swit of stomach M4 fiY ttoM there ii 5CDi JcodenMdM1Dlr1 f DeI iye de THEWTATECkPITOLI and11W dectI gardenI rmanysesalons tbesnCllthat seEareNeede2 yI 1orTyMrs tkf tiitsM o all For t ha i StOMach alter eMag- IntestinalItproyna sdot building vas completed and occupied in less than four years It Is one of leI1Capitolpersons who are familiar with public buildings throughutthe tjnited States pronounce it without a superior for the purposes for which It was erected The illustrations given herewith furnish but a faint Idea of its grandeur specially the Interior views Tne view from the front of the hall of thd House of Representatives looking toward the Senate Chamber gives but a poor ex pUlarawinding stairways which command admiration of all who enter the mag Thetroomoouft is a marvel f beauty but the architect and designer Deemed to con genluErZwhenhe furnishIng of the reception room as signed to th governor for public occa slobs Our illtistration gives some Idea of the beauty of this room but s only to bo fully appreciated when seen Commodious and Convenient The various offices for the departments are commodious and convenl to11hfortfofthe officials seenis 4to have been overlooked or neglected After many years of wishing and waiting those who have felt a pride in Kentuckys vealth and greatness are rejoiced That she is no longer ashamed to invite a stranger to visit her Capitol Is but proper ttf state thaj the completion of the building was under AugustusE t Frank P James Secretary of State Ben I Bruner State Treasurer Edward Farley and Atty Gen James Breafhitt and that they have been credited with having maIn ane Ithe- standard for ability and honesty established by Gov Beckham and his fel low commissioners Dedication Committees The reception committees were as jQbvj mUsIoners reception committee floniFrankFarley thp Hon DLBronor the Hon James Breathllt the Hon M C Rankin the Hon E Regensteln Hon Napier Adams therr Col E H Taylor Jr chairman committee citizens reception commit tee The Hon WIE Dowllng the Hon J T Buford the Hon W G Simpson the Hon Joseph Rupert Judge J H Hazelrlgg Jhie Rev C RJ Hudson George A Lewis the Rev C C Penick Col L PTarlton Mrs A Barjretker Mrs J C W Beckham Mrs COO F Berry Mrs W E Bradley Mrs John FiLockett Mrs D W Lindsey JrMrs Jennie C Morton Miss Ma con Montgomery f5ubcoromlftee at Depot F G Stagg chairman W A Lutkemeler GLIRobertsW InI1SfW H AlcAIpin Mrs C W Sarrelj Mrs John H Stuart Miss Sar LocKjj ett Miss Christine Reynolds 1 At Capital HotehDrE E Hum chairman J Swlgert Taylor B w Williams the Rev J R Zelgler DTtfWndsey Jr R C Hieatt Wiley Marshall L F Johnson Mrs W F Dar ilrldge chairman Mrs J S Collfn Mrs D Martin Mrs John W Roman Miss Alice Blanlon Miss Clint Cunningham Miss EHse Dandridge Miss Rachel Settle Third Permanent State House Frank fortBuilt 1827V Mans Feathered Friends grecstt1atthe excess of Insects nOd that they maintatlieba1ance between plant and Insect life Ten thousand cater pillars it has been estimated could destroy every blade of grass on an acre of cultivated land The Insect populatldn of a single cherry tree InI tested with aphides has been estl mated by a prominent entomologist at popu1aUonhas been estimated at from 700 to 1000 a square mile This is small compared with the nuciber of Insects etas each bird consumes hundreds of Insects every day the latter are prevented from becoming th scourge they would be but for their feathered enemies rA Reminiscent Compliment 1nCkr11eF are planniag to make MxROo ev Usth6mec6mlng a koljday Occasibfl oeerriit It be siBgtiliirly ppprtatth close thebanks 0 A Storekeeper SaysA lady came bto my torelaely aad rI havebnniInzNewPrkctcMtOilCOOkStOVt all winter in my apartmeht I want one now focmyiummer borne I think tbevcr oil stoves atC wonderful If only wocncn knew what a comfort they are they would all hays one I spoke about my ttore to a lot of my fmnda and they were utonIished They thought that there was smell and smoke from an oil ton and that it heated a room justlike any other stove Iltoldtkei of fry experience andot after another they got oneVand- Rqw nit one of them would jiveireupfdtvetiunesitcot Theilady who said this hadtio8ght aa oil stove was ajl right sot quickly heating milk for a baby Or boiling a kettle of water or to make coffee quicklyin the morning but she sever dreamed of using it for difficult or heavy Booking Now she knots De yii really w red te wkatni New P rfectlo Oil Coo4c4tove mean t jfou Ne mot coal to carry no more clHc to the dinner table so firM eut that yea cant Mt JustlightaParfectlon eve a4 tme41atebr the fewtfrom an Intense btae Mn shet- up to the kttora of pot kettle ec sven But the room tent heated There iIs M smoke na wiwll no outside heat no drudgery la the kitckea where one of th M stoves M HMI NewPerectioitWIC It F Ariff f Oil Cookstove It has a Cabinet Top with asbelf for keeping plates and food hot The nickell finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive Made with 12 and S burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can behad with or without CabinetVEvery dealer everywhere V not at yours write for Descriptive Circular totbepe reftt agency oftheVStandard Oil Compaiiy Iiierprated i ANDREW HOLMES MAJ JAMES LOVES HOUSE FRANKFORT SKY OCCUPIED IN 1Z93 AS THE HOUSE SECOND TEMPORARY STATE VINSIDE VIEW NEW STATE CAPITOL LOOKING FROM HALL OF THE HOUSE TOWARD THE SENATE CHAMBER Curing Cramp In the Leg f Many persons are greatly troubled with cramp in the legs It comes on suddenly and generally while in bed There Is nothing easier than to make the spasm let go Us hold and it can be accomplished without sending a doctor When I ave a patient who Is sub Ject to cramp I always advise him to provide himself Vfith a good strong cord A long garter wjll do If nothing else Is handy When the cramp comes on take tile cord wind it around the leg over the place that Is cramped and take an end In each hand and give It a sharp pull Instantjy the cramp will let up and the sufferer can go to bed assured ft will not come on again that night From the Fam- Ily Doctor i The Mean Thing Tne Suffragette smUInglyyont you do something to help jour good cause along Mr Goodcraft t VMr Goodcraft Id like very much to dq one thing for you but I fear Its Impossible The SutrragetteTutl tut oth Ings Impossiblewhat would you Uke to do for us I Mr Goodgraft Endow a fewrcells In your avorlte prisons rPublic Be First Passenger1 But good gracious why didnt the train stop Here It is supposed to j Porter tYes miss but the engine driver has quarreled with the station muBter Pele Mele Diaiing from the Senses i Sense picturing Is the latest devel opment In the training of the young idea how to draw and it Is certainly a great aid to accurate visualization Taste picturing is perhaps the most popular because it Involves sweet meats or frutl Smell picturing sOme- times leads to curious results as when a bunch of violets was held to the nose of a child and touched Iit His sense of touch was stronger than his ImmedIatelydrew feathers SouadblfcturlriS alsj very deceptive and fjSis astonishing how m ny people lttmay be practised by grownups as well as youngsters will nistake a plane for a saw Touch d1herei d1 ILlw4V lr J f Chocolate as a StImulant- ChocOlate according to Balzac is even there dangerous as a stimulant than tia or coffee Thi decline of Spain from the proud position it once held he ascribes to the introduction of chocolate arid its speedy ad6ptlon all classes as an Habitual drink Its deadliness is further proved by an ex periment recorded in the Tralte des Excitants Modernes and apparently nowhere else The British govern ment Balzac tells us reprieved three criminals condemned to death with a view to seeing how long a man coul live nourished exclusively on tea coft fee or chocolate The chocolate drinker died after eight months and the coffee drinker at tho end of two eare while the man condemned to ubslst on tea survived three years Iho experiment was promoted the Author adds by the British East In dla company with a view to pushing the sale of tea and they had ever reason to pe satisfied with the result IVINCIDENT THAT MEANT RUIN Simple Overturning of an Inkpot he suited In the Bankruptcy ofVGreat Firm The mere motion ota hand ruined Cobbett Co one of the largest and wealthiest of English engineering firms They and an American firm had tendered bids for the building of the I great Kaura bridge for the Russian government tJacob Cobbett who was the brains and center of the business spent six months In designing and contracting andHad all his plans ready His bid was accepted and material was boifght injenprmous quantities A time limit had been set for bothcommenc pent land finish and Cobbett was Perfecting his plans and making sure of the smallest details with all the formula spread out on the table before him when he stretched out his hand over turned an Inkpot and drowned the most important of the papers in a black sea Cobbett had a poor memory In a fever of anxiety he tried to recon struct his plans from stray notes It was Impossible and he called on the Russian government for more time Time was refused nil Russia re pudiated the contrac f on the ground of delay as the agi cement fallowed Cobbett could not get his work through In time and the Yankee firm which now advanced a cheaper tender with cut and dried plans got the Job The loss drove Cobbett Bi Co to bankruptcy and the great Kaqra bridge in Russia Is American built I SPEAK AS DID FOREFATHERS Cumberland Mountaineers Retain Dialect That Came Over WithV English Ancestors These contemporary ancestors as President Frost has called the moun taineers of the Cum1n npIvelnan almost Inconceivable Isolation says a writer In the Atlantic A few bf them have never seen yon side the cove in which they were born Close to the unproductive soil they live hard by their own firesides they mold and they speak as their grand fathers spoke when they came out of England A mountain child and I were climbing a steep path together when a snake darted out across our way The boy threw a stone at It and the ugly creature flattened its head and puffed out its throat until the brownish skin looked mottled Loye hits right pied said the boy Richard Grant White tells us that a hundred years ago hit was a form of the pronoun still often heard Throughout Appalachian America so far is I know It this very pronoun is shibboleth The young mountain eer returned from college in the low ountry will carefully silence that b but in unguarded moments it comes to his lips And why not Happily hisl forefathers left England before that aspirate with others was drowned in the clang of Bow Bells HAD NOT QUITE UNDERSTOOD Fond Mother Brought to Realize That Childs Mind Was Not Yet fully Developed The average child Is a veritable barbarian said the psychology pro fes or and until its mind Ts sufficient ly developed to comprehend the deep er meanings of religion It remains a little Pagan Young Mrs Windsqn smiled politely but with a mychildisnotasother childrenare expression she said That may be true in many In stancies but I do wish you could heat my little Lois say her prayers She Is so earnest that Ibelleve she fully understands all Ive tried totell her It was the professors turn to look politely incredulous Ill call her in and let her answer for herself she added somewhat net tied by his indifference tn response to her summons a small girl entered the room Darling said the mother fondly tell Professor Brindley to whom you sai your littlq prayeraVLois looked up with an expression of angelic sweetness JTo the bedshe answered briefly Lipplncotts r SpiritOnhis experiences of thirst on the road to Khartum and the ways of quench tug it left the late George S evens in no doubt He pronounced unhes itatingly for the Abu Hamed gin vermouth angostura lime juice and soda especially soda Steevens de scription of the effects reaches the cli max oflyrlcal enthusiasm This is to drink indeed It spreads blessedly through body and spiritnot swirllng through like the Atbara but Irrigating like the Nile It is soil in tho sand substance in the wind life in death Your sap runs again your blltdng muscles take an elasticity your mummy bones toughen Your jtse1f has sprung up alive and you almost think you know how It feels to rise front the dead t 50 Per Cent Better HI have used less than one bottle of Cartful writes Mrs Gertrude Ward of Rushville Neb and am feeling fifty it4BeforeI female trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was irreguV larity I also suffered with severe pains every monthI but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car dul to all my suffering friends 14CAR Dill The Womans Tonic bythefound in any other medicine These ingredients qfe what give Car ul ifs superiority as a female medicine and tonic over any other medicine For oyer 5Q years Cardul haS teen the favorite worn ans medicine The ladies like it because it is so easy to take so gentle so safe so reliable in its results dIV qfthedayWrHclot INIeIr 4 t t ALCOhoL 3 EE CENT StbiIdcI LuI1HI Pros1O14or NOT NARCOTW Ei NEW month Eeact Copy p er j j VV 5 f WI t t L A If 7 u n s r t 7 I w 11 i I r l r 7th Jc i j i 1 t I = rI I Ev rVfe iUi pt JH Wt ei M JMI V Ifc1 i 11 tp I i No 3S If Bay H 1410 pc 12 1 wt First and only horse to sire 200 with Ike thV tile a 205 Credette 208 12 Loitk ll 4 nette 206 Eyelet 20S 12 7 C e4 207 Nancy H 206 12 Dr LaVV4 litPresident 207 14 Alice Carr LOS 14 Dr 20f 14 Gee Gatfe 2N S4 AND WITH lift dam I f By- damofvPjinawa217 12 Par melia 218J Dick Amootrial r 3215 12 dam Helma J melia 2184 king 2 9 l2Dick Anderson trialJ 21512 r3rd dam Alva B Full sister to 14 the darn of Little 219 l4jthe sire of pro 206 H 4th darn Cachua J ilio12at4fly21814fsMin aso tb 21IV- 44V Senator Mitchell great 2i06 5th dam J tfi tmV1AI ror Tnfuitg aM Mrsn TheKdYeiHayeAlj Bd D the iIIifrr of I J L 111V lit j t FDr IIIt t Thirty Years MSTORIA C suu 4ai4iaiawJOBN0DELEN IRYlM W13IATT Tie Ceppiage tiINCORPO1ATEDV Market j WemieaspetIItyfthB follQwinbrIi4 Lt r BeIIe1f IIari sriIj Mrtla4e Watkis SpriIII9I7 IIPajst IuMdleifattliify MMK Wiirtw MM Apj4c IraMiy Mtf Macklcrry r ery if Standardand Rgtrd OVVoi lBefw jBesWl Puchess 14 standard ej Cahafesia Minoa 1 139 OTHERS STANDARD ucIiSuhtfme andjGrocwy VKing221Z 2nd J- JGrandamofPinaVia217JtPar Grocery L CatthFly218 CorporaT darnoftittle Corperal and lI21914ah danii6f0rp ignattiro LOVlV1L1it MattilyMwe Korral 11414- 191WSis r I- 4greliit 24 14 Nocrla asn weth- AI o sircef dw- issJssiMttstmiWI 1414 OnwariSttl4 ire of Ouwanl Sttran Itfearl Onward lOlir BOM thi MX and M otsr at 115 ire of dawk ofa Oriam MM M 1414or214Jsa1sse- Ct 29 1t SabierL12- I A4aumstraier tillt o The sire of Catdrfly 118 14 and 1 e4hri thsaof in- cluidhi Derby Prini L 12 Miss MeGM or 118 sal Lab land WiikeglTli ta else 1 John K CMry 200 1A ete nan of Hambtetooian Dully dan HalstMd b Maabrin Cel2IyAioutWu Thm 2iLW of- Datius 1- 2wisIs 2NiL by Mam bei6 11 s teat oI 1 ZI14ai FtL1fl4 Consideringiss =It does not matter how uckyou say ou c better blood than GROZRYCI14 kIiiu hi ttISTo IsutaLava4djtV vJ Mares sold or artwith Mft insurant and iae fc WulCalso tsame time aod psa j GttItt By OnwaMand out of a MIbYVGrSIalaL Me jr atrr lirfa ai 1OTIiwabvuCoIt Those horse will make be o Mtb rTOUOIIILIM S tOtIONVWCA SpThIM- f J c c eeIt4 v J vS 1tUItL ttLfPII0ftE8D 4 r MR FARMEMak1Y0Wb01e as r for roar fitJIt IV sa ctto taldtnCe aapIaesoarIf in a position tbgct the latest rbt qdrtattawafc aajrUat This can be accomplished by means bf Ot1tekffcSwB terTlee which vau arid vour n ifhwa oa get for aawthatlsasaall com pared with tke bendtaetVtL Cafl oradd cai wtrnear yOhaforlnorJnatlOoara e If you are St atpmle8e ajfeiyteUpliaastlgiicc we caftimmeaUt ripterMto rlints cowtb Mates of Kentucky DDaMetJllll Loulsaa aM theVsouthern p rti a of Indiana and Tubule 1CUMBEIttXD TONE a TELEGRAPH COMPANY rd1j1p1g t i