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I rII I i I f j- f t ir 1 irIt L i I I jj I i iIV I j I THEt1 GREEN i f- AJ i A t EI ERAL6 cs- o = rr Established March 41885 Made Famoui lathe Story of Jonathan and His Continent bY Max ORtfll 01 l t 1l f n T 70iI ISPOwner COdsOPli1tttThej fj Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in theiKentucky Mountains SIOOa Year in Advance 1 I I rj u 1TnrTYFIFTH YIWLHAZEi GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 IflM NUMBER 10 i S I Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND I lioINlSTATIONS Duilyex Daily ami Sunday Suniluy SuudayfUIV IAMLve IMlve AMLve Jackson ti 10 am 2 2I 1111lllII1I UK J uueti 15lm ir piu ilJtim Beatty ve Je 7 07 am i t M pun j1Torrluti 7 0am 3 411awl SIL aua awNat J tUDlltou Jul 7 4S am j 3 57 pm 55 uw Stautou Iii antiI 4 2U pmIS54 lUll I IS Clay City 5 am II 45 aui IUUS am- lfiuchesterI L KJuueu 9 UU am 5 U7 pin 9 12 am 5 o thin l012am- aLextou ar 9 55 am Ull15 IwJO ate I EAST BOUND ndDailyj iuudaySunday i i PM LIl1IiIAMLreI j 2 25 put lI Lexington U 7 35 S 13 amII 2 IS 11110 Wiuehester 20 LkKJuuctioii 8 Lo pm2 tS pml i 50 pui40iCltty City4u J Oil am uii44 Stautou 44 9 10 am3 a S i I 3o puff Cawptuu JlllltUJ 38 pm I jpm57LNut Bridge a7 U 43 am 4 47 pw tiJi Torrent 621 U 56 aID 5 10 utu 7oBeattyveJ 011017 an j nc pw 9u1OKJuueu 9Ull 15 um 6 10 pw94LJacksuni44 l1u an CONNECTIONS- L i E JUMTlujs talus NPS 1 and will wake citnucctiuu with the C I u By forMt SlerliiiK CAMITOX JUXCTIOS Trains Nos 1 J 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine Ridge aud Campton- BKATTYVUK JfMTiux Trains No J will male connection Bcattyville June with the 1 Land A Railway fur pa enjjers to and from Beattvvillc 0KJuNTloarains Nos Sana 4 couuect with the O S K Railway lor local stations on the 01 K Itailway W A MCDOWELL UeueralMtuager cuASSCorrGeuPasa Arent i I OfiiO tlliIwa a I i j lime Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND No33 Ie = No21 Daily eij = STATIONS j = Dally ex SundayI27I1A t I suudaYIP ol UI Cannel CityI22I 1 155 11 Hdec waOI 12 35I i 45 13Lee City 13 4 05 olIullllltoui 1311 51 3 52 22 IWilhurst 4t 3 3 10IOKJllllctiollI I 01I EAST BOUND 1034 Sq No 22 Daily ex 11I STATIONS Daily r Sunday I1ii Suuday j jAM LVKIlI CitylofJIMLVE I 7 Cannel 1 00 7 Heleehawa 6 1 17 7 13II Lee CityI11 123 8 l i4 H 37 110 151 Halllltou13119 1 25 25II 9 I 0 30 Nos21 and 22 will wake close connectioi j at O K Junction with NOH 3 and 4 for points ou the Lexington aud Eastern Railway t M L COSLEY Superintendent mountain Central aaiiioair No1 No 2 UKlART ARUIVE- G 00 a inCampton1130 a m 200 p in Cauiptou G00pm No2 No1A- RRIVE DEIAR T 7 30 amCauipn Junc1005aI n 3 30 pmCampu June 4 10 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L J E pus senger trains B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY NFORM3 the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he curries a line of Collins Casket Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style Special caskets supplied on 21 hours noticefinest made if ordered Teams and Laths furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones C fOSESEWELL Notary Public STILLWATER KY O ers bis professional services to citizens of patronageII I I Officeat LIB residence un olillwattr r r HU T 11H u r CdUNTjY NEWSj = iT t Local ffefyiftofgeuertl IIndeJestIIt i ally lititfriends lspeCIJ11It1 ilaud III l- I I LANjDSAW Lottio Bajikn is very sick at this I writing I i I I 1 W Cob and Frank DujmIIII wont to Jackso Thursday retutn ing SundayI = J i Quite a crow gathered at ET Kashs Sunday and passed the time eating melons l ltITnmos Murphyand family of Valeria visited E T Kash frjun Saturday uiltiljMonduyi i Dr D H Kiish has been visiti tpwdusMiss Maud Miller who has btjeu on GlI fobthogust two we ksi visiting returnfd home Saturday Sum BurchH ld and wifo visits d relatives and friends in Menijee county from Saturday until MII day j I Squire OJ BJLinkous hold co irt here Saturday nd Monday having two entire days work but Ileael tho docket 1 ii- ii 141nofor1I 1 aro expected tlreach this pljice next Saturday I i iSluirrels seJin to be pluuti ul1I boyI3omorji s t as many as 14 i jj- C j- I H Lovolnlid of Winchester came here the j first ol the wpk Ho reports than his little daugh or aged 10 has typhoid fever jj- t j N L Combs who has heel huul ing from the I ollon lumber yard s on Lacy creek Sbrought his teaims in homo to rest this week ii- S J t pliIr Maytown lasts week and in the meantime visited other relutijvis I und friends t Claudo l4ayi contractor of ho Hurst scho9lhuusu completed tho axt I that place ouiiny with K M1 I a1 sey us teacher 11- i HIZOIII behaved audiences at the Murfhy j schooolhouse Saturday and Sjin day Sunday morning Mr Ceijt went to Jr PJ Tacketts and J toof watermelons sunlit he said the were not goodthe writer bfc n g I with him oi tlie occasion Aug HO j 1 I Axon t J The Roajl To Success i has many obstructions but njne so desperatp aE poor health Suc cess today demands health out Electric Bitters is the greatest health buildorjthe world has Over known Iii coptpels perfect act o et of stomachs liver kidneys bowjils purifies aid lunches tho blcfod and tones silo iijivigorates the wljJe system Vigorous body and kjjien brain follow their use You cnut afford to slight Electric Bitter I if weak rundovtn or sickly 0ji1 50c Guaranteed byall dealer STAMP R BRANCH s Miss Trc38ieStamper was viiit tog Beulah Brooks Sundnytt of 1Irs i 1 u est ter iis1 c y DrowStampBr and wife visited Jahile l hlqips and family Frijlay 7 j n g hi j Lewis Cdldihn I was B guesdof I1eslio undrar1ie Stumper last- f Sunday i i II- eo I Owen Cdldifon was a guest J 1 s I Ihi I J ijIfi i =C TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they willreach our office morningicloudayifbe published unless of unusual im e Advertise no ones business write on our side of the paper only m his daughter Mrs Frances Stain per Sunday Mrs Fannie Brooks and daugh tore visited Mrs Nannie Stamper Saturday night Miss Nannie Phillips was visiting her sister Mrs Eliza Stamper Saturday told Sunday Miss Lillie Stamper aud uncle Fred Rouse from Arkansas went to Hazel Green Thursday Mort Stamper and wife were guests of the lattors parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Hollon Sunday Mrs Laura Stamper and daugh tor Lillie and Fred Rouse broth or of the former visited relatives and friends in Menifoe county Saturday and Sunday Aunt Roseline Stumper who has been confined to her room for three years past and who is making her home with Drew Stamper andwife was able to visit Mort Stumper and 1wife from Friday until Sunday Aug JO SriUNCTIMK Night On Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home ofu neighbor tortured by asthma bent- on curing him with Dr Kings Now Discovery that hadcured himself of asthma This wonder ful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor La ter it cured his sons wife of a se vere lung trouble Millions1 be liege its the greatest throat and lung cure on earth Coughs colds croups hemorrhages and sore plugs are surely by it Best for hay fever grip and whooping cough 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers TRENT Mrs Geneva Brown made a bus mess trip to Campton Monday- J W Cox called to see J D Edwards Monday on legal busi ness Mrs Clara Cecil of Stillwater was visiting at this place one day recentlyMisses Stanley and Laura Ma lousy of Stillwater splint Friday night with Maggie Brown J D Edwards of this place was a guest of Ira Wells and family Davsboro Saturday night brothgNancy Brown at Sulphur Saturday and Sunday Mrs J D Rose and two children of Farmers City Ill were pleasant guests of J jP Edwards and fam ily Sunday night Miss Bertha Fulks brought pu pUs from the Bethel school to spell against the Trent school and all1 decided in favor of Trent David Pennington and son Clay born have just returned from Breathitt county where they hay been visiting friends and relatives Courtney Barker of Consolation- was here Sunday to take his wife and baby home who have been visiting Mr Barkers parents J H Barker and wite gAug 30 Go With a Rush rhe demand for that wonderful stomach liver and kidneycure Dr Kings New Life Pillsis as tounding All dealers say they nev er saw the like its because they never fail to cure sour stomach constipation indigestion bilious ness jaundice sick headache chillI andmalaria Only 25o by at- of dealers ferr LEXIE Miss Clomma Lacy spent Sundry with her grandparents Mr IudI Mrs W S TrimbleiJ Golden the little daughter pff Clarence Trimble and wife is very sick at this writing Cleveland Rose and 111 Brooks left for Lexington Sunday wheje they will remain for some time i The protracted meeting that wjis to begin at the Johnson schoolhouse l last Sunday was postpone but will be held in the near future i Maud McNabb who is teaching at this place was called home Ilat Thursday to be at the bedside pf her brother Edgar who is very low with fever Mrs M S Campbell and daugh ter Rosalee and Misses Estefla Coldiron and Golden Nickell bf your town spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J II Trimble i There was a social given at tjie home of Misses Rosa and Lujla Perkins Saturday night in hour of the Misses Fairchild and Prii ter of Salyerfeville Among those present we noticed Misses Lu3a and Alma Prater Helen Fairchild Sarah Perkins Joseph Estep Dor sey Rose Hervie Stambaugh Aljx James Willie Fairchild and Frufik Johnson All report a nice tine Aug i0 BKUTIK A Hurry Up Call Quick I MrI Druggist ljuickli A box of Hiicklens Arnica Salve= Heres a quarter For the love of Moses hurry Babys burned hiiii eelf teiribly Johnnie cut his fopt with the axt Mamies1 scalded Pa cant walk from piles Billie has boils and my corns ache Site got it andsoon cured all the faili ily Its the greatest healer 6n earth Sold by all dealers INSKO ii- J W Bailey und wifo are vIsit itingrelatives in Rowan county Mrs John Bailey and Ennria Lykins were guests of Wm P trick and famiiy Saturday uightj Kelson Couch and wife of the Grassy neighborhood passed thru here en route to Magotlin county I Holly Ferguson and Rus Tall bee are building a nw dwelling for H P Davis which will soon be completed j Shelby Risner tho great cattle king of Grassy passed through here the other day with a very tilts bunch fcattle The Baptists have commenced hauling lumber and making other preparations to build a new church house on Wheelrim Rev W H Elam and sort ii law Rev Andy Crase will leas Tuesday for Fleming county to attend a Baptist association jj- J i L Burkhaft is establishing new postofiice on Wheelrim Nab will write from the new point and we will have to now cdrsecurer respondent at Insko j Aug 30 NAT i Choleranda best known medicine in use for die relief and cure of bowel complaint It cures griping diarrhaa dyseh thedfirst unnatural looseness of the bowels It is equally valuable for children and adults It always cures Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK j Mort Phillips little baby who has been sick for some time is im proving at this writing Miss Rose Lawson has vacated the mansion on Loring Nickells jI farm and will occupy a palace near Ezel Mrs Maud Cecil and children Willie and Hazel spent Saturday I and Sunday at the home of Bill Murphy IIIBuCord Murphy and sister Urja II i I I spout Satujday and Sunday at the home of their uncle Andy Couch atJiounyI J S PiE att thud daughters ZelI pha Nora and Maggie attended the moeti g at Praters ordon Hlnckvate Sunday Dave Lawson swapped a mule I for a very tine saddle mare to Cleve Phillips IIjst wiok Moth claim they made a landside r Dorsey Faulboe came back Fri day after a two weeks stay in the blue grass lIe claims there were no shade j trees in that district hence he flickered buck Jack Flukes pulled up stakes Sunday unfd left for Mt Sterling The broken hearted girls on the creekwill antother singtjr or shut up shop AugSOjt TUMI h Can bo depended upon is an expressionlwe ul like to hear and when it isjused in coiuiectiou with Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrnirti Uonxdy it menus that it never fail to cure diarrhea dysI oribowel complaints It is pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and adults Sold by all dealers j George W Barnes Evangelist Two books by Mr Barnes are publishedjoue a catechism of truth 100 questipns and answers paper- bound price ten cents The other pricefortysale of theiie will be used to pub lish two more books by Mr Barnes His lectures The Lost Tribes I The Vanished Scepter andu I large bookon the first chapters of Genesis Of this book Mr Barnes says in the preface If anything I have wri ten on holy themes was inspired this book bears that stamp mcjre unmistakably than any I have penned These are ready for the press and subscrip tion for these publications will be gladly received 3 will bring you at once thg two books already pub lished and the other two when is I sued or 2 will bring you the two now ready and either of the others when pubjlishtd Send your or ders and subscriptions today to Mrs MaryJB Craig Box 102 Stan ford Lincpln County Ky Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Rem edy given jia soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack Sold by all dealers I Reduced Freight Rates to the Kentucky State Fair The Kentucky State Fair man agement announces that it has secured a positive reduction in the switching charges into the Kentucky Stare Fair grounds on all kinds of freight including live stock frorii 7 per car in and 7 per car 3 per car in and 3 per onrto Whey believe that in a short itime tlwy will be able to induce the railroads to absorb all the switching charges and in fact Have the promise of some of the railroads to db so and are anx ious dint ill exhibitors know that they will dot hav to pay such a high rate tven if they have to pay anything hs they paid last year r Beware oi Ointments for Catarrh Thai Contain Mercury- as mercury wall surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when filtering Dt through the mucous surfaces Sufch articles should never be used except n prescription from reputable physicians sit the damage theywill lo iis tenfold to tht good you can possibly derive manuracIi contains no inercury und is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous stirfaeei of the isyrtpm In buying J Balls Catarrh Cure l e sure you get th e genuine It Hs taken internally and mad in Toledo o by F Jf Cheney do Co Tes timonUli frejp Sold by druggists Price 75c s bottle j i ITake IIall4 Fami1 fin for constipklioi t I I I i 1 i I il r l i I I i WISE I OTHERWISE 0No one thinks he looks as old as lie is To pass an idea is to multiply its power What a little affair it takes to start a row The tears people shed are not hitter they are salty A lazy man is always ready to hand you free advice Old age comes in a canter to a man who goes the pace Dont make a mistake of picking a quarrel before it is ripe Some people are as careless as naturally us others take pains Battles are not won in the courts but by an appeal to the people Ever think of the great amount of time you waste in trlking fool ishness A man laughs when hes amused A woman laughs when she thinks che ought to By standing up for yourself you may prevent others from sitting down on you Look yourself over Do ynn hore people A good many dI Iandyou are not above suspicion The trouble with a man who thinks he knows it all is that he invariably tells a little more The father of virtue need never be surprised when invited to be come the father utlaw of vice IA busybody neyer has any time to attend to his own affairs and is always unsuccssful and shiftless Farmers are often prevented from becoming rich by the fact that tle bug is never invented un til the second year We have heard people abused HO much that we dont care for it any more We would rather hear people praised for their occasional good qualities This is the time of the year when the woman turns the house upside down and inside out for the pur pose of putting the stove where the bed used to be r There is aope hope for the boy who Has to be driven into tVbath tub but thjere is mighty little hope for the boy who has to be driven away rom the looking glass In their efforts to advance rap 1 idly men make their greatest mis takes The man who travels the right road and dops not travel too fast will suddenly find himself at the destination he was longing for In referring to drunken men people usually say they injure no one but themselves There it nothing more absurd than this statement Ninetynine drinkers out of a hundred always hunt up busy men as soon as they get tin der the influence of liquor and annoy the- mDonte your money haying plasters when you can get a bc tle of Chamberlains Liniment for 25 cents A piece of flannel dampen ed with this linimferit is superior painsincheaper Sold by all dealers At the meeting of the State Board of Election Commissioners held in FraukfOft last week Dr J R Carroll Dem nnd M F Hor ton Rep were appointed election commissioners for Wolfe county and Ren Nickell Dem and L B Reed Rep for Morgan county James Brophy Dem and J B McLin Rep are the appointments for Breathitt county souredisordered liver By totting Chaw berlains Stomach and Liver Tab B11dbyl = l t a I- p rI IJI jj- I j- I j- i S 4 E Etrrt1 L f 1 I i I I jI I I rJJ I I i I I 1 I I I 4 L III ftE I1IERAEnteredatthe Hazel GrpemFoet I offlceaitiecond clammatteri I I i j SPENCER COOPER Editor ii iHAZEL GREEN Yf II THURSDAY Sept 2 i 1909c t WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0jj j WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT 1JAMES P ADAMS Judge J KKLLYk KASH Commonwealths Attorney 1 R HOLLOV Clerk j1 fleets third Monilaj in January first Monday iu May third Monday in Septem ber ii iIi WOLFE COUNTY COURT J T CKSTKK Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney I ROBERT L CAKROLL Clerk t Meets first Monday in each inoutll WOLFE FISCAL COURT 3 j t jIMeets first Tuesday in April firs lr Tue ay in October I MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen thirrij Friday in March June September and pDecem ber i District Xo 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August dud No vember i District NoS F Allen serondj Friday in February May August null November District No +P Jl Legs first Ftiday in Starch May August and November District No5T C llollou secs Fri day in March June Septeml er end De jDistrict in February May August and fovmilirr District Io7B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September ind De cember I District No 8J Ml Lovelace first Fri day in February May Augustfind No vlwberii I DEMOCRATIC TICKET For State Senator Illli Senatorial District IIIFEJHOGG i J Of Owal y County i I For Representative 91st Legislature District iOfi jr o TWEHTYTHIHD JUDICIAL DIS RICT 1 For Circuit Judge- D I J B IIEDW1NK j OfBreathitt County 1 i For Commonwealths Attorney THOS C JOHNSON j Of Lee County j 0WOLFE COUNTY For County JudgeW B DUFF Far County Court ClerkP L CRUOLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C L1NDON For Sheriff GEOKGE V SAlXhV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTE- RForjailerJ C i UTILEtFor Co Superiuteiu eutJ Wl TAULBEE For Surveyor E o CREECH For CoronerJ ItAXK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY Tor Circuit Judge 32nd DistrictJ HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorned 32nd l lDistrictJOIl jM AVAlGH For County JudgeIC fFEKGUSON For County AttorneyS PJllANEY For County ClerkJ II SEIIASTIAN For Superintendent1N BtItKEI I 1or Circuit Clerklt M OAKLEY For Sheriff Hi BBHOWN r for JailerIJ qCOMBS tForAssessor WHITKKMPLIN for Coroner ZAi lIl1AS For Surveyor M P TUIL HON THOS C JOHNSQN iof Tal lega was in town Mqndny and Tuesday of this week and in a talk with the editor of this paper lie explained to some pxnt the policy he will pursue in making the race for Commonwealths At 4 torney He says that while he proposes to make a vigorous fight and use all necessary vim to be come victorious he will juse no vitriol In brief there will be no r- emud slinging or personal abuse from him or in his behalf ao far ast he can control affairs Thjat if he can not win on merit be will not f fbymalediction The people know him and know his career tisa citi zen and as a lawyer add he is willing to be weighed in the balI ance Then if found wanting in ability or energy as compared toI his opponent he will stand down t and out Mr Johnson is native of this town and the plople of s Wolfe county know him boo well g to need any introduction at ourI hands But we shall frdm time to time remind our reader that heY is running to win the racJand if- ii Ir relected that he will faithfullyl per l duties Mr Red lOe we not seen ami we qdllBt know policy he will puriuel but we fl flhavesafe in saving that his be ever qualified for the position to whifch he aspires 3wd that his views he broadened Consider- ss Ably within the past few years 1 After an interview withbiI fira ar-V i Iti f i i f tirtk f i 11 t i will be pre ared to state his policy throughout the campaign and if it be as liberall as we opine he is sure to land a inner With this hope in iewJe this week place the names ot iboth gentlemen at theII i head of dur editorial page call upon rill simon pure Democrats I to give thtm their j THEKK titire two suiTragojljl tions and last plored th i fnct that a few of our citizens wire arraigned ngninst tho tiling onttirpriHG wo did not know that these gentlemen objected on account o smoke noise etc on ly and thjit= the three had offered Mr Fette ly fJ5 to change his location a4 the same time giving him a sitt four times the size of the one chosen and just as eligible Why n compromise could not be effected upon these lines is beyond our ken ahd is especially to be de plored on Jiccount of the precarious condition of a near by neighbor We are iiideed sorry that there has been any clash over the matter and hopo that as the building has already bjjen built the plant will not be asjubjectiouable as has been anticipated And in event it is there ShOlld be and doubtless is a remedy tjat will satisfy all parties j i FIlE Ikeathitt County News an nounces supportIJudge Reilwiue and Colonel John son for ircuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney because it believes that for numberless rca sons it wjll be to the best interests of the country to have them elected Botii are lawyers and men who havfc demonstrated by their achievements that they are men who cant meet and master condi tins thft confront them They are bothsuccessful men who have acquitted themselves with dignity honor una dertakings They are strong ox perienced men capable of success fully filling positions that require men I The nomination of Judge David B Redone and Hon Thomas C Johnson for the oflices of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths At torney by the Democratic con vention was the result of an upheaval iA public sentiment brought about bj the demand for what all thinking men regard as a public necessitt namely a lawyer of ability and experience both on the bench and in the oflice of Com monwealths Attorney At no con vention held in this district has there evjjr been such unanimity of opinionas to who should be nom inated flog such unbounded enthu siasm as was displayed for the candidates caudiR date for Judge is one of the lead lug lawyers of Kentucky His long experience in public life and upon th bench his intimate ac quaintajice with the people and his ready knowledge ot the law peculiarly fit him for the position His ptitilic career is well known to the people cf the district whether serving jjjas county attorney of Breathitt county a member of the Legislature or as Circuit Judge be has given to the people a faith ful conscientious and able admin is tratioa of office The njomiuee for Commonwealth Attorney Thomas C Johnson is a resident of Lee county a farmer and a lawyer of ability having engage actively in the practice of law for ovr thirty years in every court iis the district He is emi nently qualified His high per sonal integrity his ability as a lawyer pud his years of experience are a guarantee that as Commonwealth Attorney the law and or der learners will not find it nec essary to employ counsel to see that criminals are punished and violators of the law brought to justice A competent Judge and an ef ficient jCommonwealths Attorney are thejdeipand of the hour andtJohnsop is the only hope the peo plo hate to supply this demand Breathitt County News t Grovfer May of Jackson was at the Day House over Sunday I I I III s taste i Kentucky DayPress DayGood Roads Day To the Members of the Kentucky Press Association The management of the Kentucky State Fair has designated Thursday Saptem i ber 15 as Kentucky Day Press Day Good Roads Day and ox tends t you a most cordial invi tntion to be present at the fair in a body on that interesting occa sionIII bo proud every Its effectiveness shouldI ploiting the livo stock t and horticultural interests of the commonwealth cannot be too highly estimated and goes fur toward evidencing Kentuckys foremost rank among progressive states It is a happy combination which couples Kentucky Day with Good Roads and the Press two factors which above all others perhaps means most in the states develop mentI endorse the invitation of the management to the editors and earnestly hope that every number of the Kentucky Press Association will be on the fairgrounds bright and early Septem ber 10th to enjoy and be benefited by the events of the day Iam assured by Secretary Newman that the courtesies of the occasion will jo generous I hereby appoint tho following reception committee H A Som mers Klizabethtown C M Moa chum Hopkinsvillu 11 W Brown Louisville Harry McCarty Jfich olasville Paul M Moore Karl ington Louis Lund mm Rich mond E A Gullion Now Castle Lew B Brown Harrodeburg Tim Noedham Williumstown L W aainos Trenton A D Miller Richmond Dan Bomar Versailles W B Ilaldeman Louisville E Barry Benton Charles W Met calfe Pinevillo E D Shinnick Sholbyvillo T R Wilson Fal mouth Ed 0 Leigh Bowling Green Henry R Lawrence Cadiz i Ben Cozinu Shelby ville Gordon B Hall Madisonville C C Giv ens Henderson i A R Dunlap Frankfort Jouott Shouse Lexington andof course Clarence E Woodollicialannouncer T C UNDKKWOOD President Kentucky Press Asso ciatticn Sunday School Convention The Wolfe county Sunday school convention will be held at Bethel church near Gosne3ville on the second Sunday in September the 12th 190J beginning at 9110a m All Sunday school teachers and everyone interested in the workare urged to be present and take part in the exercises Bring well filled baskets and let us have a big dinner 01 the ground Following is the progrm Song Ch- oirInvocationWT Tyler Welcome AddressMrs Ag- arItespouseElmer Harker Interest that Calls for Conventions H H Swango How to Reach the Outway D- istrictlPanl Derthict Christless Hume of Sunday Sch- oolIupilsJ W Taulbee Appointment of Committees NooN UICCKSS Reports of Superintendent and Secretary Reports of Committees Obstacles to Overcome in Mountain Sunday SChoolsS G Sample Finances Bruce Fulks The Bible our Supreme Authority 11 O Carter Plans to Quicken the Interest of Sunday SChoolsG B Stamper Relation of the Sunday School to Sabbath ObservanceRev Agar Benediction Adjournment All addresses and papers limited to fifteen minutes Dont Be a Quitter Blessed is the man who sticks to his work for he shall rejoice in its accomplishmentBlessed man who hangs on to his job for the end thereof ie full knowledge of the way the work must bo done Blessed is the man who puts his whole heart into his task for at the end of the day his workwill sing to him- Blessed is the man who is not ashamed of dirt grime and labor stain for when his work is done clean will be the money in his pay envelope Blessed is the man who maketh the work at his hand a stepping stone to better things for under the stimulation of work well done i will come energy to rise to the higher place Blessed is the man who through patience and industry comes to the end of his day for his sleep shall be sweet and his dreams di vineThe quitter is not solII Subscribe for tbe H BALDf 1t 1 I FARM FOR SALE 0 f Farm of iiOO acres more or lesI lying on the waters of Lapy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and cross fencct Sorrjf good timberj and nearly all cleared lund in grasp Largo orchard ovojr lusting fine water 5rnojn dwell alsoIdays this farm will be of a bargain Possession given Janu ary 1 HMO For further particu lars uddnHH EIISVIIITII lv R It No 1 Rardin III j i Rare ODDorIuniHJof- fer t I for vale my residence consisting i of seven rnatn lOUnge grunt lot and garden and outhuildigp One of the most desirahfe location in Hjixcl Green Aloe my Filacksmith and general re pair shop which iis superior to anything of the kind i in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and lippHes also quipped with power and machinery Will sell ail together or separately For ftirtWr particulars CIJon or address JOHN II HOSE March 11 Ilazel Green Ky j WeAsk You to take Cardui f r YJr L male troubles because vo ar sure it will help hJ Remember that this great f male remedy I I CUeDhas brought ref to thviizardsof other sick won n so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said Iit is the best medicine to take Try it Sold in This City 13 j f FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL tREESi Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYERit SONS LEXINGTON K- YLWrite for Free Catalog r1 lhotOlfllh uanesc nertc1y AMIKICAN Ill IHKAHVIr r 1- 11r I 1 ca lyre not lIcu4 icnCstiaa a= S teL Sant le c Ore If c1a r PhotographyfI f UUCTHICIANaqcIMFCIIANJC yLamaC iewe odht0 4e I li F jl11Rao ti ahIy f ri rIres L n I It i TJ frt if hua nu- trater Ifla par 8ainpnoii rul Co 6I eacia St roOSteD Mut I KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFORCSSsBrW uelFrreeeAND+ i SATISPACTORiOR ourCOlying patent i it is worth mon We PAYandfiendIMMEDIATEPATENTABILITYRegisteredns at BO 507 7th St WASHINGTON OC TR C H WILLIAM PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his irofcstional services to the citi zens of hazel Green and surrounding Coun afflictionOffice HazelIr t DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky MmiLOU DAY Proprietor Alargeandiightedbyeocommota I I t J l 6 BIG DAYS NIGHTS 30 00000PREMIUMS IN 1 HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROMEIMJffiKKff DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND T FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here the finest live stock and the best farm products are assembledIriasdmsebrr is combined with information Show or friend amusement Un Stock Puilloa Ia the worldand most magnificentnight la the largest Quarter of a Million Will Be Here ICOME t LOW RAILROAD RATES FOR INFORM TIONCATALOGUEENTR Y BLANKS ADDRESS arn j W NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones BldgLouisville KT i CLEARINGUP SALE r i Golfing geaagaIzFGoons h I j- II j MAPEL 3 TROY Are reducing stock to make room for Fall Goods and are selling Flowers and ull other I millinery right down at cost gfGivo them a call and see how cheap they are selling everything r i iTrimmNI and untrimmed hats sold NOV AT COST III Belts Hair Pulls Barrettes RcI j Uibbous llaces Ladies Collars I Something lik this in price Taylor Made Skirts at 100 I Wash Skirts at 100 J Collars each iSo to 20 Ladies Fine Lace Collars worth 125at 00y I + I OOjIt v VI For SeasonablelMo iIJM I vv I MILLINERYii 1J1ii- a v WII i Ilff1 Call on I J i I I i iJftt f j jGMORGAN COUNTY I 4NATIONAL BANK IJ nj OF CANNEL CITY KY 1 1 ftTn lJ X A rM t ti 52500000SURPLUS I t I Wt UNDIVIDED PROFITS 487364 i 1J t j DEPOSITORYi1JJ I MSl lMf L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pres ht I j Sfc CUSTER JONES Cashier i r llII4+ = == = i== f = = GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICEI TM a a I I I j Tile Wincnostof Bank J WINCHESTER KY 1 N H VniiKKsiooNPre W R SriiAK ca a j Paid Up Capttalr S1OOOOOOO bterjJ X UndIvided Profit noOOOOO tlrj800000000 tt This bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmen traders and bus mesa men generalythroughout Eait ern Kentucky and i fieri iu customI CM every facilityand the mo t liberal iI oflegltimatebankhu i i f i r r t- I f I i It tw 1 h ie l C i i r S i cor i f i 1 i i 11Freefroma Alcohol Since May 1906 Ayers Sar 44saparilla has been entirely free If in jfrom you are poor health weak pale nerv ous ask your doctor about tak ing this nonalcoholic tonic andal alterative If he has a better medicine take his Get the besttc 1ThIS is our advice W publish our formula W bulih alcohol A 7 from our mdteini 4 toSdoctor A sluggish liver means a coated tongue a bad breath and constipated bowels The question is What is the best thing i to do under such circumstances Ask j is not a good answer yourlaxative doses of Ayers Pills is Made by the J C dyer Co Lowell Mu cas THE HERALDH tor DRINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA Miss Maurino McLin of Jackson i is visiting her cousins Misses Mildred and Daisy McLin 1Jas ola hospitably entertained Mr and Mrs Bicknell Sunday Attorneys S G Sample and G B Stamper of Campton were here Saturday on legal business I C W Nickell with Trimble I Bros Mt Sterling was a guest ofe the Cecil House Tuesday ni htaBro Bickuell preached at Neola iiu Sunday morning and at the Olda fieldschoolhouse in the afternoon I J B McLin and little daughter i Maurine of Jackson were guests of t R J McLin and wife over Sunday t tff Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA cil on all Rev J P Bickuell of our town S is at Livingston Tenn assisting S Bro Derthick in a protracted meet r iugcEd M itlcahha son of Buen M McNabb of the Tolivur neigh borhood is quite sick with typhoid fevertt 1Misses Lula Nickell and Day with C F Kash and son Karl were at Jackson Friday and i Saturday Mr and Mrs Asbury James of I Lacy creek visited his mother Mrs Angeline James from Satur day until Monday G i t For SaleA Victor with 90 records i will be sold fo- ii lees than the cot of the records i t Apply at this oflicevi Pups For SaleJohn Ward hasI 1 1five fullblooded bird dog pups for topportunitytMiss Florence Miller of Louis ville and teacher in the II G Au came in last Thursday ready fors the opening session ofschool I I Rev Sam Henry Elam of Ma goflin county spent Saturday and I Sunday with the family of hi brother B F Elam near town Edgar and James Alexander and I atI I odist church here Sunday evening I A good crowd of Hazel Green I IIpeople enjoyed a grand watermelon I I feast at the home of Harlan I Nickell near the Amyx school I IJiihouse MisIs c IlI foIr J Torrent where they will be guests I of El Park Hotel for an indefinite I i period ti a For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot cart be bought One acreII r in each lot five rooms in each s house Apply at this office i i Dr A C Nickoll reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Sam Osboru of Lacy creek Thursday night also to the wife of Granville McIntosh of Lacy creek Tuesday August 31 a stillborn c pbild r i 4- r f Almost a Murder j The Lexington Herald of Wed week contained a telegram thjit Tool Stamper ofj Torrent had tin jfuosday evening shot his sisterinflaw Mrs J Dj Lucaswhoriod tho wmriim The woundeq Salmnratiuel on Monday j was released af out of danger JBut there seems bo doubt ufj tU whether Lucai Wali1ly introduced hetni his wife but shet referred to lutill4 her sweetheart flanI pendiuFinfrom a second 5 wife ho havinkh been divorced from the first Iifa mixed affair land may load Luj to tne pen where he recently served a sentence for manslauglj at ltenttyvillti i Surveyor at Work ji A corps of surveyors are on the l Landsaw fork bf Stillwater 1 cating tho route for the Mountaili F Central extensiob from Camptoi iis what hud been designated the upper Wolfe It comes out rt the hOld of Lanflsaw fork crosses from Stillwater to Lacy creek titmi the Jeff Koso place and thencew down the LIttle fork of Lairy 1creek1d s determined upon they can grade put down lhe rails and tits within i0 dayrIf they are correct their surmise the people herjb bout can ride du the train from Hazel Green and do their Christ mas shopping iu Winchester u dc Lexington 1j i isA Quick Trip Uncle Sam Wilson and Mort delJ fade one of the quickest tri st record last Monday They mule arrangement and preparations Sunday to attend the fair at Mt 91odockI Sam reportty1 at TilE HKIAJI office that Mortrwas plowing Th y had been to the fair so Sam says and report a delightful trip lading the fair to tpie skies and sayuig display was better than eitljer expdsia tions and the racing better titan any over held ill Lexingtone jAj at the home of Gj W Wheeler iut gust 24th in honor of his fatljer R Wheelerj it being the Sfith Amrnge Benrson Davis and grandson It E17a- ia of Ezel i Rev W R Davis and Mrs Pete JEverett Gullott j of Neola and Dies Thrasher cud Earnest Smith of McCausey heII old gentleman jleft on the 26th for Grassy creek tlnd brought Hattie Wheeler home with him Miss Hattie is teaching the Hasseyt Hit With a Baseball Mrs Francis Whaley was pin t fully hurt Sunday by a base balls I II hThej t going astray It hit Mrs Whaley square in the forehead cutting I a j place which tftok three stitches toII close Dr A C Nickell attended l her and left her resting easy Her t many ftiendsjiiare now joking bet J by saying it sfcrved her right she had no business to be playingball 1I on Sunday k Col Jack Rittenhouse on Tues day last bougW of E F Cecil1 2 head of yeaHings long yearling and twoyeas old steers WJ did1 not learn the weight or price but they were a iiice bunch in and general contour Ool Rijtteii house will dive them to Bourbon county to gr4ze and poseibly hol some of them for export Lmd d when they jlevelope in sizq un- wei ifyou nlfiJe razor aseood t a you can buy for2call this at flits and god one for 1 We also iiave a few watches good time keepers that can be had fpr 1 each DouL wait until supply ia gone t j r j i J t i i J i lJ1tIII II o iu I I 1 Henry Gillaspio who has b enII quite ill with typhoid fever much better Tuesday and it is now thought he will soon bo up and about Dr A M Laird of the firm of Dickson Laird dentists of Jack sou is at Hazel Green at the Day House and will he hero two weeks Call and have your teeth looked over Born to the wife of Robert J McLin August 15th a girlof hich the mother seems especial proud albeit she has four others just as likely in the eyes of hor The many friends and patients- of Dr C Hood Williams who haBI I confined to his home for five past will be glad to know that he is now again able to an swer allcallB For SaloOne 12horse port able AultmanTaylor boiler and engine also one 22inch Bradford i corn mill All in firstclass order Per further information apply toe M Long Demund Ky The Ladies Aid Society met at i Mrs Caskeys Thursday afternoon andmade wine or grape juice for communion services Refresh ents were served consisting of- atermelon and lemonade I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought stBears the- signature of C Charley Cecil of the firm of Ce Bros has been suffering with rheumatism for a weekor so past but was able to get about Tuesday afternoon when he to his bed with malarial fever G W Johnson who has been touring some of the blue grass counties for ti week or so past with the the view of locating returned Monday without having contracted for any form though he limy do so later It is hardsaid a man the other daylito get up any enthusiasm in this town This is trueii ot any town Particularly if aI man is compelled to go down into his pocket for money to back his- nthusiasm The Gyp theatrical troupe gave an entertainment at Daysboro last Tuesday night which is said to have been the best performance from a financial view that they have yet given Ellis Johnson gave excursion rates on his hay wagon taking fifteen at half rates or 15 cents a head Prof M V Roberts and family left Monday for a visit to relatives and friends in Owsley county The professor will work in the interest of Hazel Green Academy mean ime and Miss Lola Ambrose sis er of Mrs Roberts who has been visiting her here for some time will go to her home at Berea af visiting awhile in Owsley Iter Elsewhere in this issue of our paper Ellsworth Lacy of Rardin 111 advertues his farm on Lacy creek for sale and states that he will sell at a bargain ifs buyer shows up within the next 30 days The farm is well know as the Will1 Cruey farm and is quite a desirable home Go and look at it and then write Mr Lacy as to terms Zeke McClure of Grassy creek died Saturday of typhoid fever and was buried Sunday Mr Mc- G Clure was about 60 years of ago well known in Morgan and WolfeI i i and leaves besides bis own family a host of friends He was a prom- r inent man in county affairs and politics and very generally liked i by all who knew him 1Two men representing the Stated Board of Health were in tow I Tuseday looking over and inspect ing tha stores which handle staple drugs They also left some strin gent orders iu regard to the sale sale of poisonous drugs like mor phine etc Their names were notl ascertained by Our Man About Town but they went to Ritten house Ranch from here iLi t j t 4 KENTUCKY KERNELS i Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled i Shed Williams of the Moorefuld neighborhood in Nicholas county has realized over tOO from one brood sow in thirteen months While talking to friends immediately after finisishingsupperJohn Venter age 61 years died suddenly of heart failure at IJoones Fork in Letcher county I A cloudburst on Middle creek near Prestnntthurg last west caused that stream to become so swollen that many houses and barns were washedaway Miss Mayme Johnson who resides near Franklin was thrown from a bu gy ami became entangled in the wheels While severely bruised she escaped without serious injury The general store of It C Hill at Beattyville was broken into last Friday but it is not known what amount of goods were stolen There is no clew as to who did the work Night riders set fire to two large stacks ofwheat belonging to Mrs Jchn Strulxi in Robertson county thee allegation iis that Mrs Strube refused to sign the to bacco pooling pledge The band w + composed of 2fl men Smith Cobb an employe ofa sawmill in Jessamine connty met with a horrible accident at the mill A slab which he was removing broke throwing him across the saw cutting his hip andsevering his spine He died twenty mi ales later While feeding a wounded crane which his father had captured an imprisoned in a wire cage the 1lyearcld sun of A D Leach of Centerville in Bourbon county was viciously alta ked by the bird and the sight of one e e destroyed At Dry Fork church in C asey county John and Addie Chapman ugaged in a fight with John Lutrell and family Ad die Chapman and Lutrell a e deadand John Chumlev and wife son inlaw and daughter of Lutiell were both seriously woundedFred of Smith Branch killed eight copperhead snakes one day last week While working on his farm be ran into a den of snakes a succeeded in killing all of them This seems to be the record snake story for Ureeuup town ty this year- Constable Puilip Joseph was fatally and Noah Wadkins serioi sly wounded by Edward Conley at Lvi n iu tJreeu up county while trying to servo a warrant charging him with arrying con realedweapons Conley wa shot through the abdomen by the coasts le Mrs Henry E Youtsey wife of tlie only man who iis serving sentence tor complicity in the murder of William Goebel has filed papers in Clark Circuit court for divorce The cause given in the petition is condemnation as a felon and separation for over five years Under the will of John C Latham the rich New York banker who died August 18 his home town Hopkinsville secures two public parks and 30000 and Grace Episcopal church of the same place the income of g30000 The rest of hisestate is divided among his relatives and em ployesThe Harrodsburg Herald says that the biggest trust on earth iJthe country newspaper It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting and if it busts for trusting gets cussed for busting And there you are Cut out this article and send it to us with what you owe on sub scriptionDuring an electrical storm Ben Poer of Clark county had three cows killed by lightning two of which were valued at 75 each and the other nearly as valu able His son James was returning to the house from the barn at the time and was hurled to the ground where he reo mainedsenseless for some time Lucinda Davis colored of Louisville may have never won a cake but she certainly gained distinction as a con sumer of melons At a watermelon eat ing contest she ate four large luscious melons and captured the prize The prize was a big watermelon Luclnd- ate this one also and drifted to the other worldThe State Federation of Womans Clubs in Kentucky three years ago began a campaign against illiteracy It form ed 108 school improvement leagues in the 119 counties of the state and offered 500 ias a prize to the rural school that did the most to make itself a model school The prize has just been awarded to the Buck horn school in Owsley county i Two Farms For Sale A lot of fine tobacco land plen evern lasting fine water fine fruit f224 acre farm price 2800 100 acre farm price 2000 reserving fiveI acres a part of which is in gins easy termsIugI Nearest town is Clay City For further description write the own er J W MizEj Vaughns Mill KJr i f rte R Ik i For and J a r I THe CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YONa CITY in I i etc Our stock e f Spring and Summer Goods is All the latest styles in Dress Goods and L I at 5 a OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES and CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA CECIL BROS Dealers General Merchandi Country Produce complete nn- aCALICOES Cents Yard OXFORDS I are uptodate and will astonish youIIIIf Yout t Dont See What You If iI THE NEXT SESSION CFI 1 1AJZELGREEN ACADEMY WILL BEGINr TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14s tf tt- 1att i 1i f KajshJohnsonKashDEALERS Geheral Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c I HAZEL GREEN KY Invite thin attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stocjc of goods they hove just received embracing generalstores Staple lull Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetabs in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualt for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin oft fit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sh s ofour farmer immense stock including in the lot some very fine id many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less jt Kash Johnson a Kash i t t 1 t It IiI ii f i II I 7 7 U J I PTI 1i j j 1II i I m I j 1 I StottRtfn TONE me-i t- JJ f 4ietitt1e Tablets J aiKElh allis iGoao1 NEURALGIA Ar rillea And Pal PUli hue been UMI4 by 4e rot rieu nurfcpitMactdick tndptln ja back and sldG mp In ewy cueihey Sjtve perfect utttficHcHHenry Boofta N Y I AIID TIlt uNSor I 1 RHEUMATISM sad SCIATICA I I I25Dses 25 Cents Ifi I YourtOrvllllsisell1 Dr Miles AnnPilnPllli udkt IfeMihoflztd I la return the trice bl rye f ni- tieetylfoewl If li fits 10 benefit low i THE VERY BEST t I Have any of our readers s en a reo jnt copy of the Cincinnati Weekly liuquIrer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no otter pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things proiperousand earth I The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest iimprove meats and following advice thus obtained is enabled r toj produce a paper that exactly fits iietils of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in 5soc al life where content and comfort reigns supreme j Father obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate aud iincrease the income from his efforts The I mother in managementI ofj house hold affairs practical economy government of children aijd other duties that makes her toil a labo- of love Childrens hiiiids and hearts are freed from tlioijghts of questionable amusements dud frivolities of life and enqourpged to 1 emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future iill life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be te Com munity State and Natioui A most desirable help i ia nonsectarian sermon each weka5preached by that Bibliqal Student Pastor Chas T Russell l a forcible reminder of the spiritual apd tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a podless life that brings nought butyl misery I 10 the home 1 ii Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them j I III bi1 y writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O o I w PATTERNSI j I rfect tit sic pteity and reliability nearly to years Snld in near 4every city and town in tlpc Unte 5 States and Canada or by mail direct Mot sold than any other make Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion magazine million a month Invaluable Lat est styles patterns dressmaking millinery plain sewingfancyneedleworkhairdressfn worth ood stories etc Only 50 cents gI palteSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS A cataloguewdTHE SCcCUl CO 23S toe W nth SL NEW YOU N Electric BittersSucceed when everything eisa fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KiDNEY nvtRND t STOMAC TROUBLE it is the best jrnedldne ever sold over a druggists counter va OXXZ Seats titTls tad Ya NlTlf l rA J t i I iIi 1 i JJII 1 j ENTRIES BIND EXHIBITS Exhibition and Clacsification of thaI J Kentucky State Fair Entries and exhibits of all livestock mlliesIand jakstock will close Monday Sept Gtxi at GOD p in and all other departments prior to Friday Sept 10 Entries j of horses mules and jack stock will close positively at 12 oclock noon tli day before the exhibition There v ill be a printed program of the entries jjf horses jackstock and cat tie together with the name of the owner Name and color of the animalI and ntnjiber of the entry which must correspond with the number worn by the penftiu in charge of the animal It Is absolutely essential that this info r mation accompany the entry whichI I must beflIed with the secretary before the clorjiun date Kxhiblts must be placed ty 9 oclock Monday morning Sept lh and nil exhibitors will be so notified There are 1400 different rings td which prizes are offered andI there is a total of over 300 lots The Inirse classification is subdivid1 ed into jolassos suitable for light hal ness lilegaited saddle horses roa sters combined harness and tlve gai ed hnrsfs American carriage horses three ga ted saddlehorses combination horses jilantation saddlehorses high stepping and runabout classes Sho- land Ilojlles and tine horses Good premiums are given for bothI mules aid jack stock In th f beef cattle department Shorthorns JIferefords1 Polled Durham Aberde rJAngus and Red Polls are given pest liberal classifications IIn the Dal y Cattle Department Jerseys lIolstoiifrFrjesians Guernseys and Ayrshlrfs are recognized The swine departnfrnt includes Berkshires Poland Clinas Duroc Jerseys Chester Whites rraUlworths Hampshires an YorkshijeH In the sheep department prizes are offered for the following breeds Shropshire Southdowns OxfonlsJ Hampshires Cots wolds Dor sets Atyqrican Merinos IXMaiue Me rinos Rjniiliotiillels Lincolus Cheviots and nlso a class for Angora goats The poultry department covers ey cry known standard variety The same issrtie of the pigeon department the priz honey for these departments being nrtich larger than last year The departnynt for vegetables and melons field selI and grain and tobacco con tains classes for almost every prodn grown On the farm In hcrticultu- there a aje over 700 prizes offered f apples peaches pears grapes and ml cellaneoSis fruits Plants and flower- one s of the most beautiful and auraC tive exhibits of the State Fair will 1 be well tatan care of this year and will be placed alongside of the womens department In no department Is there a more interesting collection of premiums than in that set aside for woman work childrens work and table luxuries i STOCKrHolsteirjFriesians at the Kentucky i State Fair The IJolselnFrieslan has long been known tjp Kentuckians as a great milk produces but there has been no concerted ctlon among the breeders of this daJtycow in Kentucky The fa that the three hiwpltals for the insane and the state feebleminded institute at Frsnifort have decided to use this breed altogether In their dairies re quiring i tt or seven hundred cows IsI a great stimulus to the breed In Kentucky i The 50 donated to the Kentucky State Fair by the HolstelnFriesian Association Is In great measure due to Stanley Milward a member of the board 06 control for these Institutions and a recognition on the part of t HolsteinJFriesIan Association of ti value sijch a move would be to th breed off cattle In the state The lums well have on exhibition at t Kentucky State Fair some of the best specimens of the black and white dab cows to jc found in the country St dents Judging Contest Comm sstoner M C RankIn has of fared tvo sets of prizes for faun er boys In this state and for the students in the i Agricultural College The amount for farmer boys Is 100 to I be awarded to the young man who makes the largest score in judging livestock at theMate Pall This money to used as Scholarship to the Agricultu Department of the State the contestant to be required to file written Opinion with reasons there for on IIjorses cattle swine and sheep judgIn div ided Intl 20 15 10 and 5 Competition jwlll be limited to students In the State University It Is the purpose of the commissioner in offering these srLclals to educate the young jUdgingIityoungit ter the opntcst The IJnuIsville public schools w for the first time have an exhibit of the worm done in the various grad theState ar yeduringe Kentuckf State Fair Is getting to be more an4 more an educational Institu tion anal It Is hoped before many years tcfhave a great display of the work dene fn the various schools the commonwealth For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Newman SecretarJ 320 Paul Jones Dun firlaoalst+ I11FKs I e i r fi BEHIND THE SCENES Difficulties With Which a Young Actor Had to Struggle An actors life althoughoften interesting and frequently useful1 is hy no means easy When Fred crick Varde the English tragedianI brought his wife and children to this country to tire with him while he made his way here he was after various ups and downs engaged hy air Booth to play certain prominent parts In Talks In a Li brary Mr Laurence Hutton r- I lates some of the difficulties with which the young actor had to struggle The company long associated singleIexception of Warde was not as sembled and there could be hut one or two rehearsals before the first Warde hadperformance wet I Icr even seen the play of Othello had no idea how to dress it I a very important item to a nag who had little money to devote ti1 costumes profsts persons him out from wig to sandal bt to those he could not afford to go timeastudied his part till he was what theIAstor library copied many draw togs colored by his own hand ofvthe dresses he had to wear These garments and elfects were mat lOUt of the cheapest material from byhisin that house was thought of talked about but Othello The young man realizing what i1it all meant to him was exceeding h anxious about the results teas his wife They lived in a poor humble little apartment and 1 he was to take a midnight train onlydayhis debut in one of the want important mil trying parts of the English drama I went to the train with him midI just as we were starting Mrs Warde came down end aid Ive just been putting the chil1 ctteen I 1 ycamsle child kneeling by his little cot hadII gone through the regular formula Our Father Now lay met j Please God remember papa al I mamma and little sister and de grandmother in England arid hudI then added as au impromptu and 0 God do please help papa throw with Othello I told this story at a dinner of night as 1 nm trying to tell it now inquiryfro111I with wonder and doubt in her voice demanded Do you mean to ttelll me that actors children say their prayers ctThe Point of the Pin Mechanically the interviewer questionsAndoarhisl get your start in life I got my start in life man said the pork ntercha through picking upa pin in the street I had been refused c ployment by a butcher and on my way out I saw a pin I seh1 pickedbyby it Laheknow that pin so well ryExcuse me broke in the pork vender hut you proceed too fast I saw the pin and picked it upquite true But I sold it for 100 pinLondonMail The Job He Wanted Dear Sir said an applicant for a position to the secretary of the Satuber day Evening Post Ialn very anx galIons to ctm plo meut iu the treasury department While my educational advantages do not qualify me for any of the higher places I could fill one of the minor places to silts tage and respectfully apply for the position of chief cuspidorian of the department The letter went to the assistant secretary for reply and he wrote follows Dear SirI regret very gnu that youThere pidorian You have coined the ellword but I cannot coin the job esTempos Fugit inlivelyse a of a mule Look heah Mistah Jackson ex claimed one metreewasata toofinj thouhtfullyrr illsheahMlIazineI r aaam I I I I I A TIpSY DUKES PRANK I The Story of How MrsJConnolly Be tame Lady Michael l In former times the e used to be a certain Duke of Kiciimond thenI lord lieutenant of Ireland who looted to the hail fellow well met I species With his bon compJl1 it was his almost Iions o to a certain fashionable inn I Iat jiray + kept byone Michael ConIHolly There much wjnc was Fumed jiiring his imjumbcney of manye1ant wilwerc the nigjils that the little inn at fray witnessed Con- nolly 6IJa reputation jis being the best cocck iin Irelandand it was said his wine was the best to be found within the confines of the Emerald Isle The D ke of Itich mond said so and he ought to have known as he had eaten tons of the one and imbibed tour jf the otherI Connojlys cooking Snd Connol 1Ily5I wine were pup lla I Ifconversation with his I he was not niggardly with his praise of either Wine is a great leveler 1of rml4allll+ so it l IIout one Itnight Unit the duke jarried away by his admiration Inv Connollys talents in kitchen sujd taprooms committed an cgregiojis amusing mistake The night hit question had beetf an seen morel than usual i wet one at the inn t Bray and the dnk the innkeeper himself lesoul all pf the dukes companions 1were lost to nil sense of either pro portion or the eternal fitness of jrj no t thought it strange alien thci dine sent for mine hot and t speech of praise of his viands the way ill- S which tljey were prcpnjred and cs pccially of his wine Cellarr bade him kneel Then striking him toacross the shoulders luj said Rise Sirkcrose thirapturous applause of thoe presentl It seemed quite the proper caper then but the iet morning as it came bark to still further jell the aching head of the duke it bre a some what dill erent aspect alid the prin ripjil question that agitated the 1Ilual miiid was how lufwas to get out of tlkscrape 5 Itonuoly was sumrnoyied and iin cerclJ10nyIno impr s ill I IIhu remembered aught teat happen liclll1elIdisquietingr hiIas haeIlesser and greater mcnj before and hsince he fella willing victim to bribery and finally agreed not to aepress his claim to kiiighjlhood The price wa1 heavy but nit= too high to pay for the suppression ofatale that would make lIjis grace of Richmond the laughingstock of London and so the duke was turn ing satisfied with hisj mornings work wljcn the late fir Michael dashed hjs self congratulations torthe jYisj I quictheof title in his pociseIbut takegj keepntConnollyI itndid Michael was rightS She was Lady Michael to her ftiends from claimaI to the title The duke was the laughingstock of Loniion as he asckhad feared huta well for he dared take no IurtherIIrisksLondon I raUerff Sidedse Ch1seInthefollowing threeohoundsfromaninmateappearedjEhj exclaimedthe bedaftulhatdelIt was explained to hiiji that tley were kept for hunting thii fox theyforwastoldwhereupon asked the value ofa h adoginformedknowthei JaughtOh theasroplyIl H thechpoundschnsing t jAMetal A craclj in a piece of I metal is fartherbyS drillingendsButboredonjustj lje jj scintillc njngIleum then wiping It anq then im 1 thcluilkThe intothei I icuieswithcrack itoW n i Jitf t r- i I t i i I ii I I ir I r rwJlY l f r Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has been found toyt relieve headache backache pain in 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