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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mt 1 b I i i AJI I i b4tQ t1 r M 1tttt jttrlittg i Await b I A WEEKLY dOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE = fi- aI NUMBER49Ia Stop Murders in Breathitt Pleads CurtJettC- onfessing again that he is guilty of the two murders charged against him Curtis Jett now serving a life sentence in the peni tentiarv addressed call to the authorities of the State to stop the killing in Breathitt county Those who have read the letter regard it a unique plea CUirr JETT8 PLRA State Prison Frankfort Ky June 71909I want to let the people knew how my people have been murdered Many years ago I hadan uncle by the name of Willie Sewell He livedon a farm in Breathitt count Ky and he was a quiet good man One night while making up molasses he was shot to death from the cane patch His murderers shot him by the light of the furnace and he fell mortally wounded in the presence of his wife and little children and no man ever wore a stripe over it Many years ago my uncle Curt Jett was shot from ambUsh in t Jackson Ky and died from his wounds and no man ever wore a stripe over it Years ago my parents lived in Jackson KyM and I have heard my mother say that when my father would leave home that the villains would rock the house with no one in it but mother and the Jtttle ones A few years ago my uncle John Hargis who was a merchant was murderedon the L E train and no man ever wore a stripe overitA years ago my uncle Ben Hargis was foully murdered and died in my arms and no man ever wore a stripe over it They used to rock Jim Hargis house when he would be away from home and he told me before ever Jim Cock rill or Dr Cox or Jim Marcum had been killed that 1000 had been offered to have him Jim Hargis killed The sad news comes to me this night that Ed Calhhan has been shot from ambush Turn his murderers loose and keep the record up My people have been unjustly persecutedand murdered I am guilty of the charges against me Although I have never taken n bribe to kill a man in my life nor did I ever receive a cent in my life for hurting a man in my life- I am sorry that committed murder but God has seen cause to forgive me of every wrong I ever lidand I stand ready to meet Him at any moment Ilehas changed my whole life and I could not live without Him now A few years ago a great and no ble Democratic Governor w u s murdered and on his death bed ho said Tell my friends to be heave and true and loyal to the great common people I am yous in Jesus CURTIS JKTT Stops itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabies Doans Ointment At any drug storeX175tKilled In Court House At St Louis Mo on June 7 Fred Mobile was shot find killed in the court building while await ing trial for killing Constable Sam Z Young While waiting his case to be called Mobile ignored the warning of his attorney andwent into the corridor to smoke 200 Reward GOT Willson has offered a reward of 200 for the arrest and conviction of the person or per sons who scraped tobacco beds belonging to W K Cardwellof liarrodsburg on May 15 last JJf I t t RETURNS With Bloodhounds from Breath itt Count Govan Smith Levi Johnson and Elisha Smith Captured Capt V G Mullilcin of Lex ington with his two bloodhounds Nick Carter Jr and Maybelle returned from Breathitt county Wednesday morning where on Monday he went to run down the men who shot Ed Callahan Mul likin was with the Sheriffs posse and immediately on his arrival at Crockettsville the dogs were placed on the trail of the suspects who were trailed over the mountains through the darkness Govan Smith a brother of John Smithwho was suspected was first taken He was asked to ac company the Sheriffs posse and he readily consented He led the posse to the home of his brother Elisha and Levi Johnson suspected of the crime With them were about a dozen of their friends all heavily armed At the suggestion of Govan Smith the dogs were not taken to where his brother and Johnson were arrested After the arrest Govan Smith insisted that the armed followers accompany the Sheriffs posse This request was refused by both Sheriff Breck Crawford and Capt MullikinBefore starting on the trail the tracks in the coal bank were measured Smith and Johnsons shoes correspond to the tracks in the coal bank The men were granted bail in the sum of 2000- Chamberlains Cough Remedy is soldon a guarantee that if you are not satisfied after using twothirds of a bottle according to directions your money will be refunded It is up to you to try Sold by all dealers 475t Thousands Slept In Park Very hot weather prevailed at Memphis during the Confederate Reunion Tuesday night thous ands walked the streets or rode about in cars seeking a cooling breeze Thousands more unable to obtain accommodations slept upon the grass irl the parks or upon benches or chairs Pnblic Opinion Necessary For Enforcement of Law There is a disposition among ninny thoughtless persons to put nIlof the responsibility for the enforcement of the law upon the public authorities Many people frequently overlook the fact that public opinion is the one essential factor It is well enough for the churches to meet and pass resolu tions It is well enough for the various agencies for the develop ment of public opinion to be em ployed But public opinion must be brought to bear in favor of the enforcement of the law in the most practical and effective way Lexington Gazette Child Drowned IB Jessramhie county list Wed nesday Lucy Whitaker the six yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs William Whitaker was drowned in Hickman creekand illsI Whitaker and her ninemonthsold baby hadIL narrow escape She undertook to cross the creek not knowing that it was too high to be forded Killed By Lightning On Tuesday night of last week lightning killed a mare and a horse belonging to Dan Prowitt near this cityfhe mares colt anda mule wore not injured a Kidnaped Girl Returns A dispatch from Louisa Ky says A young woman appar ently 20 years old arrived at the home of Tip Childers and declared herself to be his daughter who had mysteriously disappeared six teen years ago Mr Childers lost a child at that time and it was supposed to have been drowned in the Big Sandy river The resi dence stood on the bank and the river was at a high stage The childwent out of the house while the family were at dinner and was neyerseen afterwards ALand Mrs Childers refused to believe this to be their daughter until she reminded them ofn broken doll they hud buried in the garden just before her disappearance She went directly to the spot and dug up the pieces of the broken doll The girl says she was swinging on the gate when a man came along and carried her away She says he took her to Kansas A short time ago he became dangerously ill and told her the name and lo cation of her parents and gave her money to take her home Theft of Examination Questions State Superintendent of Schools Crabbe has discovered there has been a wholesale theft of the ex amination questions which have been sent out secretly to many counties to be used in examining teachers this month Paid Out 16114899 The State has paid out for the militia during last year ending January 1 1909 on account of night rider troubles 10114899 The Board of Equalization has in many cases increased farm prop erty ten per cent in order that this shall be made up So the farmers have to pay allof the burden while the trusts go free Hoplcinsvillc Independent Money to Loan on inprovcd real estate 20tf H Clay McKee What Is Whisky Whisky is whisky if it is made from grain If it is made from potatoes apple peels corn stalks chips or any other thing it is not whisky This is the gist of opin ion of Lloyd Boyer solicitor general of the department of justice at Washington Correction Aboutt Land Sale Last week we stated that Judge H Clay McKee for Strother Mitchell hnd sold to Robert Collier the Peters place etc We were in error in using the words ffor Strother Mitchell The mistake was wholly ours and we are pleas ed to make the correction The land was owned by JudgeJ McKee Franchise Sold At Frankfort the Frankfort Home Telephone Company bought a franchise for 150 The East Tennessee Telephone Company which operates the other system in that city did not bid as it claims it cannot operate at a ron sonable profit on time telephone rates fixed in the franchise ordinance which were 250 for busi ness houses and 150 pOll month for residence phones Killed by Cars Jesse Dickey formerly of our city aged 30 a bachelor paiutcr residing with his parents Mi und Mrs W P Dickey in Millers burg was run over and killed in the Duncan Avenue cut of the IL N in Paris Sunday night of last week Dickey had spent the day in Cincinnati and arrived in Paris at 950 p in and started through the cut The body was found at 4 oclock in the morning and was fearfully mutilated AN ORDINANCE An ordinance establishing the rate of taxation in the City of Mt Sterling Kentucky for the fiscal year beginning July 1 1909 and providing for the disposition of the revenue obtained thereby He it ordained by the Mayor tart Jioard of Council of the City of Ml Sterling Kentucky That there is hereby leviedu tax of seventyfive cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in said City for fiscal year beginning July 1 1909 for the following purposes towit Eighty per cent of said tax is levied for the purpose of defraying the ordinary general current running expense of said City for the fiscal year beginning July 1 1909 and for the payment of any unpaid ordinary general current running expense of said City for the calendar years of 1908 and 1909 andwhen collected shall be placed to the credit of the fund known as the Current Expense Fund by the Treasurer and applied solely to the payment of the ordinary general current running expense of said City as above provided Twenty per cent of said tax is levied for the purpose of paying any existing indebtedness of said City incurred prior to January 1 1908 and when collected shall be placed to the credit of the Floating Debt Fund by the City Treas urer and applied solely to the payment of said indebtedness This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and publication as required by law Ur HARRIS r Mayor Attest H i1 RINGO Clerk AN ORDINANCE An ordinance establishing the tax on license of peddlers or itiner ant retailers of goods wares or merchandise of any description per year and per each day in the City of Mt Sterling Kentucky Jfc It onltiicl by the Mayor led Jiounl of Council of the City uf Mt Slcjlinii Kentucky That the tax on licenses of pcd leIs or itinerant retailers of goods wares or merchandise of any de scription in the City of Mt Sterling Kentucky per each year 30000 per each day 2500 But no person shall bo deemed a peddler under this ordinance for selling agricultural implements sewing machines portable mills books pamphlets paper moats stoneware or farm oiVardcn products maps charts stationery castings of plaster of paris nor merchants or their agents by sell ing by sample Allordinlmoos or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed This ordinance shall take effect from and after the date of its passage and publication irs required I by law C AV HARRIS Mayor Attest II M RINGO Clerk Dr Thomas Eclcctric Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family for eight yearsi1rs L White acre Buffalo NY 475t for Rent Two dwellings one store room 20tf H Clay McKee The LatestLadies wishing to secure the Latest in Fancy Dress Goods will call at our store We have a large choice se lection of Hosiery Novelties Notions Table Linens Etc SEE OUR CARPETSin HftZELRIGG SON President LeBus to Receive 15 000 Per Year Clarence LeBus head of the Burley Tobacco Society who re signedsome time ago is again at the helm as the result of a meeting at Winchester last Wednesday According authentic informa tion Mr LeBus is to be ipaid 24 000 for his services as President for the years 1907 and 1908 and 15000 from now until October 1 It is said that since Mr LeBus resigned the society hind been los ing ground To secure his set vices it was necessary to pay him an acceptable salary- A few months ago Mr LeBus insistedupon a salary of 10000 a year which the society refused to pay Mo was voted a salary of 5000The society announces that Mr LeBus salary does not come out of the proceeds of the farmer who pools his tobacco but is paid from the fund accruing from the fees charged the buyer There is a fee of 3 per hogshead charged against the purchaser of Burley tobacco from the pool This amount Wits paid by the American Tobacco Company in its big deal last winter Panama Employees Employees actually at work in building the Panama Canalnow number 2G835 as shown by the report of the Chief Quartermaster for the monthof April1 The Panama railroad force numbers 6078 The total number at work both on the canal and railroad is shown to be 83099 Governor Names Delegates The following were named by the Governor as delegates from Kentucky to the American Prison Association to be held in Seattle Washington Prison Commission ers Eli Brown H S McCutcheN and Finley Fogg and the Rev Jos Severance Col K E Mudd and Col A 1 D Martin of Frank fort George L Salmon Benard Flaxner and William Caldwellof Louisville Warden H T Hager man of Eddyvillc and Supt E H Doak of the State Reform School The total nuuibor of white children in Clark county is 2808 one more than was reported last year Of these 1451 are boys and 1857 girls The colored children re ported in the county is 549 or 8fi less than last year Of these 217 life boys und 252 are girls In Winchester there are 524 white boys and 532 white girls a total 1056 reported j also 373 colored boys and 396 colored girls TIlE WEARY WAY Daily Becoming Less Wearisome to Many in Mt Sterling With a back that aches all day With rest disturbed at night Annoying urinary disorders Tis a weary way indeed Doans Kidney Iills drive weariness awayAre endorsed by lit Sterling citizens H C Greenwade 25 Queen street Mt Sterling Ky says- I attribute my kidney trouble to the constant strain required in my work as a blacksmith While I was never in such a condition that I was not able to work nev ertheless I was in misery I frequently had severe attacks of lumbago which sometimes lasted for days and weeks and made my life and work a burden instead of a pleasure I am pleased to say that Doans Kidney Pills procured at F C Duetsons drug store gave me prompt relief frond the last attack and since using them I have had no reoccurrence I am pleased to recommend this remedy 1 to other sufferers from kidney complaintFor ball dealers Price 50 cents FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other 473t Contests Nomination Chairman of the Nicholas Coun ty Democratic Committee issued a call for the committee to meet itt Carlisle on Monday for the purpose of considering the contest filed by JudgeJ McNcw and in which it is claimed certain persons who wore not entitled to vote were permitted to vote McNcw was defeated by one vote Lame shoulder is almost invars ably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free application of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and effectual but in no WilY diM ijsreeuble to use Sold by all dealers 175t Col YoP Wwho recent ly sold the Frankfort Journal will open a brokerage office in Lexington Confers Degrees The alumni address for George town College was delivered by IIon John M1 Stevenson of Wia Chester Ky of the class of 93 His subject was The Decline of the Turkish Empire The degrees conferred wore Master of Arts 6 Bachelor of Arts 20 Bachelor of Literature 20 10 y 1 ry F bE 01 a i I IIti J n ij f t f 1a- d f I tI Itjf IJ tVii I- It R V f t fa t N 1 fJ it r 1 VAlI lP f 1rI OS 1lQ I 4 nIf f 1 Ii hih1 Ibll J ff 1fi f 11 t lf1 tg flf 1tOt thoi cJItr1t1i I 111Ti XLLJl 1 J Jil1t 12 Y r tilt i ffrI f I ItfAt gTr J f it J1 1 v fJ 1 jfttft Jt ifJtftJtO 11 j I Jf J J t IL I to tf 0 YLf Jt JlJj 1 J 1riJ Ijkil JIt JotjrJj f Iti jiItr J f7 il I tF JP J fl fXW III t 1 0 J I 01 I 6 IpI riI I t 1- f J I j i It I J Adiecaie Pnblisnin Coin anti rsctI=U1f Pvtc11hDe JY iJrT Jf a O YdijaLfz ur sttut1rrlost- rtralzl T e st tit 11 rL rdfat Km Lc rt Lr- xL c mrrxscc tn o c- qaoIIDtxsrw to u saL u1x DEMOCRATIC TICKET rK C4i iam A W VOCXC etc ea f s t7oy Tar typdtettts j W B KITE d K411111MMY C tv ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUATY JUDGE Vataatbo+irtd toa ource Go AfcLEK WWcK u a eiodidaie for the Dta ciaUc oorsi tttiioa for Cwmty jadge oi Motonery t taly- We ace aatboiztd to 3HMC ace CtAKRfCK P THOKAS U a candidate for County jedge of Most gflciery county wbiect to the action of tike Dewoeratk patty FOP COUNTY ATTORtiEY We ae aotborired to annoonee KARI W S8STF- at a eandidate for County Atiorssy of Montgomery county sobjet to tilt action of the Democratic party FOR SHEWFF Ve ate atuoriifcd to announce WAlTXK CKOOK- Sat a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tilt action of the Democratic party If nowioated and elected Wan Sledd and Ittw1 Ctiilfoite will IH my deputies We axe cthoruul to anaoaactJ- VMSS W WHITE ua candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery omotv wbje ct to the action of the Dem ocratic patty FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Ve are authorized to announce K j HUXT- M a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk ftatyect to the action of the Democratic party I FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce JOHN P KINO 11 I omdlfkle for the Democratic nomi fide for Clerk of the Montgomery Couty Ccurt FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WILt P HBNR- Vat a candidate for Jailer of Montgomery Coanty subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce WM CRAVHXS as a candidate for AlIohfoOr of Montgom ery County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce KARI 15 QUISKKUXARY of Stepstone neighborhood aka candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party If nominated and elected Robert Ixxikridge of Carnargo Precinct will be my deputy Ve are authorized to announce I IJ YOCCM as a candidate for AaseMcr of Montgomery County subject to the action of the democratic party FOR SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce IROI M J COOOWI ac a candidate for reelection as Superintendent of Schools of Montgomery Couu ty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce w IL crMONW JWNRV of the Aarons Run precinct as a candi date for Magistrate in the Side View Aaron Run district subject to the action of the Democratic party F02 co ALEIII We are authorized SS1t to 1S a M a osiidaie for ConsuMe in the district + 3 of SiderleK ai Aaroncomjs Bra preciscls sbjtC to the o1 of the Dr ucsticPar7 f FOR SEIATOI- Li6e are artorsed to annO C cLMiDE u THOMAS f cf BsKirboa cosaiy ua CSdF ate fp se5e ate fromthe dbsrict cosipos+ of Swnrbaa CUrk pad Ioatgo pers snb- i j S to the adioa of the D aocr UC party j I IF02 REPRESENTATIVE We are a boir4 to xssoarce L C DAVIS I of Meaeffct cocotya Depwratic cali date for Reprcsesizlive in he 911 dis LoX o =jpof l of Mearfrs and Moat gositry ties I TOT HE DEMOCRATS MONTGOMERY COUNTY OFjj I It will devolve upon the Fsa1jj Court elected at the Novembei j Election next to appoint a Supervisor I of Turnpikes for the county j In our opinion the proposition of goodroads is the most yital question j in which the taxpayers oi the county are interestetland a great deal depends upon the Supervisor We believe that the voters of the county are entitled to know for whom the candidates I for members of the Fiscal Court will vote for Supervisor of Turn pikes and we hereby declare thatlI we if nominated and electedwill vote for Mr Lucien B Greene for that position We are authorized to announce that Mr Greene if appointedwill accept the posi tion and devote his best efforts to give the county an improved and modern system of turnpikes C F THOMAS Candidate for Democratic nomina tion for County Judge W D Colonel HKKRY Candidate for Democratic nomina tion for Magistrate in Aarons Run and Sideview S J soN ILi Candidate for Democratic nomination for Magistrate in Oarnargo and Jeffersonville J L FAULKXKK Candidate for Democratic nomina tion for Magistrate in Levee Beans and Grassy Lick Mt Sterling Ky June 12 09 We ask every voter and taxpayer especially the latter to carefully read ard consider what is said and implied in the above cardWe have no desire or intention to review the PAST history of turn pikes turnpike funds and Supervisors The people should plan for the rtrruuK management and use of appropriation We are pleased to give our unqualified and hearty endorsement of Lucien B Greene We believe that if he is elected Supervisor his duties will be well done faithfully done honestly done thus elirnina= ting cause for complaint Under his management material bought will be delivered and work paid for will be performed and paid for ONLV once The countys finance for pikes will be safe if committed to Luciu Greene and the pikes will compare favorably with the highways in other coun tiesWe will not speak in detail of the increased value of farms and farm products the facilities for travel and increased trade that will come to our town if OWl pikes ire firstclass Our county men shouldsee to it that a competent safe roan is put in charge The mon who signed the above card say that they if electedwill vote for Mr Greene Its up to the voters to decide If other candidates see fit to declare their choice there isyet time aI A vote for C F Thomas is vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes 1 It Plenty clerks to wait on you at Newmeycrs Big Mill Remnant Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MATT CUSTOMERS THE Mtl 1A Sterling1 NationalgBankl j MT STERLING KENTUCKY 7 f1I iYVi 10I i 0 4 JtcllapJtatS5000bt 7 h Surpilusand Profis vr 35000 r 11 yiwer veAJa Your Patronage Solicited Promptness Privacy Courtesy DAVID HOWELL Cashier Why Darn Stockings By Hand j I TIM Can 6ii Free LIWIM Miss Fannie Wilsons Store Mt Ky t II IF THIS BE OUR SIN We give today the list of candidates to be voted for for county offices in the primary on Friday The selection of proper men for greatiimportance For years in our writings and life we have like other men had our ideals of citizenship pertain lug to individuals as citizens and officers or representatives of a community We have endeavored to persuade men to live as Godwould have them live We have plead for the election of men in whom the people could trust and to whom all could refer with out being ashamed We have ex alted citizenship We have en deavored to show that the charac ter the life of officials may betaken us an index of the charac ter the life of the people who elect them In so doing we were guided by our conception of duty to God and to our countrys wel fare To do this we have at times refusedsupport to Democratic nominees This may be in con flict with usual Democratic doctrine or as some men view it is not honorable If this be our sin we are guilty- Regarding the present primary we frankly say that we must and will refuse to support some of the candidates if they should be nominated and would refuse to vote for others if we had a chance Ue have seen so much drunken ness on the streets we know and have heard of so much disreputa ble conduct on the part of some candidates that we will not aid in their election even after nomina tionSALOON LICENSES RE VOKED On Thursday Mayor Skain of Lexiag lob revoiced the saloon li censes of C P Cay wood E B Tingle and John Gormley for violation of the Sunday closing law and directed the collection of 200 bond in each case and that steps be taken for cancellation of State and county licenses Lot Revs Brooks Bros and E G B Mann and others take notice SEE 111 Read on 1st page an interesting letter from Curt Jett the arrest of men charged with shooting Ed Callahan in Breathitt Public opinion necessary for enforcement of law City ordinances on rate of taxation for the city and license of peddlers President Lebus to receive 15000 a year Andon pages 2 to 8 many interesting articles DARNING ThTI 1l1lluJvwsPOCKIN SINGERDAR J- ff ulII1I1 Sit4lg mII Le it SUra SlTDUT1tl Millinery Sterling I ARE YOU QUEER 1 Men may be laughedat or con sidered queer specimens for advo eating and practicing a highstand ard of honesty justice honor and truthfulness in the conduct of a campaign for election to office in town county or state The saying is current that and some men act as if anything is fail in a political campaign Mans men emphatically deny this 111 should be persuaded to stand for what is right Practical politics sometimes interpreted another name for debauching the purchas able element intimidation at the polls falsifying the returns steal ing a vote or if need be the whole book in order to secure support or be declared the choice of the people and all this is but preliminary to graft in office a sacri licing of public revenue reputa tion and character to the unbridled lusts for gain and pewer of cor rupt and vicious men Righteousness exalts a county state and nation Let each man whether he be a voter a candidate election officer nominee or entrustedwith the honors and responsibilities of office consider seriously HIS responsibility in making our county and State a desirable place for a home A CARD FROM W L CRAIG Last week we printed extracts from a card from C F Ringo withdrawing from the Legislative race in this district In that pub lication we gave what Mr Ringo said of Mr W L Craigs record on temperance and his candidacy for the Legislature We eliminat edreferences to county races We extended to Mr Craig the use of our columns In reference tb the part pertaining to temperance and the Legislative we also wrote him a private letter extending the same privilege We have received circular let ter from Mr Craig and present below the part of it which per tains to the subjects mentioned in Mr Ringos letter TO MV KKLIOW CITIZENS I know that I have a good many warm friends in Menefee county who felt sore over my defeat for the nomination for County Judge As soon at the primary was over the people began to ask me to make the race for Representative in this district I really did not want to make the race as I had two very good friends who were talking of making the race for said oflice and so informed them I still received strong solicitations to make the race hence I because a candidate While I do this I make the race with kind feelings toward my opponents There is a circular being circu lated as ii withdrawal of my friend muchlIUJrerhichJft loes not speak in very glowing terms of me The people know as both If fram Elected your Represen tative I will represent the people as best I can asI have always done lsSheirpublic service and icjfinCJlCeWIi CRAIG L HARRIS EASTIN CO 1Iij j 11 txpztsH Ie cPunorarecors and Gmbalmors MT STERLING KENTUCKY m lce1 PHONESr i Office179 S- rl i ResidencezgS and 5Qf T CANDIDATES TO BE VOTED FOR q AT THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE UELOJIINj f II THIS COUNTY ON NEXT FRIDAYj J 9 fOR COUNTY JUDGE w1 r rJCLv- c e tto rG ALLEN MCCORMICK i t iv tr f 61yv Ii JV v v j 1f t I fOR COUNTY ATTORNEY HENRY 1 WATSON Dl EARL WASENFF f TV t t r I IxV J f y y Dk fOR SHERIFF k JAMES W WHITE i l D WALTER F CROOKS D i ti c 0fOR ASSESSOR v I D YOCUM D WILLIAM CRAVENS I aEARL B QUISENBERRY t DJ WELLS WILKERSON v D JI q 0FOR JAILER G W CRUMPTONDI DCF M BROWN Lv I 0II- fw F HENRY f I DI 0JJ FOR CONSTABLE Only in Aarons Run and Sideview is a constable to be nom inated The candidates are Sam Ishmael and Jas Willoughby FOR MAGISTRATE AAHONS Rux AND SIDFIFIT W Tucker Bill Henry and W D Colonel Henry GUASSV LICK BEANS AND LKVEE C L Dean and IT L Faulkner CAMARGO AND JFFFFRSONVILLET C Quisenborrv and Nelson Wills HOWARDS MILL AND SIENCER Mart Wells and Ewell PayneIn other precincts no Magistrates are to be chosen 1 1 t1 1 ftle 9 All of OurRE- ADYYTOWEAR e Skirts Waist Suits I I Waists Etc Are now offered at ONETHIRDoff of usual price for 9 Spot Cash i4ll II Sale will continue during June COME EARLY IIW A SAMIEIS COJ LJfj pft t1VjtAAf4 1Ifj 1WriI e 1 1F lr a t a kI II T PROGRESS Real Estate Sales Bank Street I to Be Extended I t 1 The lot between the south ter niinusof Bank street and the re- centj purchase from ChilesThom son Grocery Co by C 0 i officjals has been bought from H Ilaj McKee Sons at a great sacrifice and is being clearedand will be transferred to the city for a street thus giving access to rail road property On Monday H Clay McKee fought of Vm Bptts his warehouse and lot 45x90 feet lying on the railroad and Bank I street extended and is willing to transfer it for depot purposes without any profit to him The prospect is very favorable so far theicontemplated new depot andevery r TWbusmess man in the city should be l 7 pleasedto cooperate in securing the i much needed depot facilitiesi I See our Union Nainsook Athlet ics Underwear Walsh Bros 1c Newharnesfor saleI old harness repaired Satisfaction guaranteed Bicycle for sale V A Reis Get a nice roast or steak at- Vanarsdells I Bargains of all kinds at New meyers big sale Six sheets Fly Paper 5c Fly Traps 15c f Screen Wire yd9c up The Fair I k1 To the Public flI Ithas been industriously circula ted that in my race for nomination for Assessor I was brought out by certain people to make this ofIIIsay to the public and the voters of 4Montgomery county that I was riot 11brought out by any MAX or set of men and the person or persons l 1originating this report do me a great injustice and have little re 1gard for truth and honor- Respectfully 1T WELLS BUTCH WILKEKSOX I Read about Big Cut Price Sale fi next Saturday at Spot Cash Gro 1 cery for Sale a rubbertire carriage 46 tf H R Prewitt Boys and Childrens Suits in plain or Knickerbocker style 2 to 10 Ask to see them Punch Graves I Wesleyan Academy The county school boardof i Wolfe county has offered 3300 4 for Wesleyan Academy at Camp ton which has been abandoned for school purposes by the Methodist brethren The property is said to have cost 8000 Thirty Photos for 25c Get our prices on larger sizes Also post cards commercial work and views I Kodak work finished Main street 3rd door from Punch Graves 49tf LUCIEN C LYLE T F Rogers can protect you with good indemnity against Fire and Lightning The Chautaqua is duo here June 2227 It will be a great treat to our people Such national workers as Mrs 1 Burger of Missouri Chas Hall the wizard of the platform of California Frank S Regan chalk talker the Loose family musi I cians of Baltimore male quar- tette Rev L L Pickett evanvel ist and reformer of Kentucky I tI Services twice daily Administratorsrrcan have their bonds made by T F Rogers without delay- STATEWIDE JL Temperance Chautauqua- At At Mt Sterli- ngJunef 2227P Prepare to Attend uy- FI1 1j4 kc i ere ori More Doo C1tAosg I I There Would be more Sunshine The folks that wear SteinBloch and Hamburger Bros Clothes are happy people as a rule They simply demand what is demanded of them the best for their money You have a right to be exacting in your demands when you hard earned cash is in the balance Come11 here see what we do for you in Clothes of the highest class from hose to Clothes and on to Hats will will some free will and and and and best brands and this store because are any line styles can fit more more and service who store East we and sell The and styles sale and Public The closing exercises of Public High School held at the Christian Church on night Juno 10 Tnose receiving diplomas Miss Carrie MI Vice valedictorian Miss Anise L Hunt Miss Sarena Mae and Mr Wihn After the delivery of the valedictory the honor Miss Mr John J Tigert president of Ken tucky Wesleyan the of the sub ject Which the High School Graduate This by the delivery of the by R Thompson a of the School who in well chosen gave a word of advice I each of the class this point in the exercises a very interesting feature the of a cane to Mr Owen by the other members ef the Boardas a memento of his twentyfive years service as a member of the School Board years ago the school was organized i The All Wool Policy NOTICEBelieving thatthe day come when all things be branded whaf they are we began agitating with men well up in the manufacture of clothing anallwool policyand- we have succeeded to no small degree in the ad vancement of such an idea Today of the best concerns namely SteinBloch and Hamburger Bros tare making into the finished garments no cloth which is not absolutely all wool and from cotton fiber These goods are branded all wool and stand the test We do not hope to increase our sales by the information furnished along these lines or the part we are taking for the betterment of the clothing business but we to raise it to a higher standard for the common good Stein Bloch and Hamburger Bros Spring Summer Suits ore now on display easily shown from our dustproof modern cabinets Prices range from X15 to 35 We will take in you any day in the week from 7 a m to 6 p m The AllLeather Policvi iCan only be established maintained by selling goods of a standard brand selling the grades of these J M Eclipse W L Douglas Shoes have made a place to themselves in they better than other goods offered in the shoe The are We hardtofit people please particular pepple give better to people want service than any in Kentucky because buy right right Spring Summer are now on selling n School were Thursday were Fitzpatrick Richard Prewitt by pupil Vice College delivered address evening Problems Confront was followed diplomas Dr W member Board phrases member toI At was presentation goldheaded Laughlin continuous Twentyfive really hope pleasure showing correct WALSH BROS OCCUPYING and OWNING THE BRIGHT SPOT IN Mt Ster1in and Mr Lnughlin was one of its charter members and the only one who has served continuously from that time to the present Mt Sterling can well be proud of her Public School With its eight grades in the grammar school under a corps of compe tent teachers and a full four years course of High School work under the Superintendent and his able assistants every op portunity is affordedthe child for obtaining a free regular High Schooll education und preparation for entrance to any of the well known colleges and universities of approved standing k Mr W 0 Hopper is the Su perintendent and his success in the management and work of the school during the first year of his incumbency in that position presa ges weH for the schools efficiency and effectiveness as an educational plant in the future A vote for W D Colonel Henry is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes It Remember Juno 28 29 and 30 In Memory of Miss Mary Rog ers Chiles Whereas God Has seen fit in his wise providence to suddenly remove from the Younir Womens Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church our beloved mem ber Miss Mary Rogers Chiles therefore be it Resolved That we withsor row and reverence submit to His will knowing that He doeth all things well She was possessedof a lovely Christian character ever ready to do what she could for Christs cause That we tender her bereaved family our syinjxifchy and pray that God may comfort and sustain them ALICE ADAm AITEUSOX MARY Conn STOFEU MARY LIILIE STEPHENS Bargains of all kinds at New meyers big sale 2qt Covered Buckets 5c 2qt Cups tin 5c 3 Pint Tin Cups 5c The Fair To Cut Plate Glass To cut a piece of plats glass it ii thought a diamond cutler is necessar but it is not If the glass Is not very thick it can be cut with a pair of scla Bars a large pair being preferable While cutting hold the glass beneath half a foot or more of water and it can be cut any shape desired p round piece of glass has been cut out of a good sized pane in just this ner The scissors do not have to I extra sharpSuccess- Regular l2jc yard Cottons now lOc- oLadies Vests taped 5c Apron Gingham ycl5c White Flaxwi yd 15c The Fair Naturalization Requisite A residence of at least five years IIs required to qualify an alien for naturalization No matter how long a man may have been in the United States two years must elapse between the date of his declaration of intention and his admittance to full citizenship A vote for W D Colonel1 Bipikes it Large assortment of 10 and 1250 Suits Some new effects Ito show you Punch Graves I i TI PRIMARV ELECTION OFFICERS I FIRST WARD B J McDonald Judge John A Judy Judge Geo 0 Smith Sheriff Claude Halley CJerk SECOND WARDti W A Samuels Judge Geo W Anderson Jr Judge O 11 ViI loughby Slieriff WA Dellaven Clerk rump WARD M B French Judge W H Haney Judge Robt McCarty Sheriff Jas Horton Clerk FOUUTH WARD Thomas Fitch Judge John English Judge Chas Wilson Sheriff R D Gaitskill Clerk AAUONS RUN D P Henry Judge C C Boyd Judge Wm Mee Sheriff Walter Hackett Clerk SIDE VIEW B P Jeffries Judge Earl Far ris Judge James Hon Sheriff Geo Robert Clerk GRASSY LICK Frank Toohey Judge Rezin McClure Judge Mike Howard Sheriff Joe Guilfoile Clerk BEANS Schuyler Hamilton Judge John Ramey Judge L Z Turley Sheriff Price Calk Clerk LEVEE Hugh Pasley Judge Henry Thomas Judge Simpson Garrett Sheriff Nick IHad en JrJ 1 Clerk JKFFKUSOXVILLK Vincent Vance Judge Mike Wilson Judge Ed Greer Sheriff John flyers Clerk OAMAUGO John Cockrell Judge W F Horton Judge L D Gatewood Sheriff J S Bogie Sr Clerk SlEXCER P A Howard Judge Richard Conner JudgeJ Francis Fortune Sheriff J T Coons Clerk SMITH VILLK AI Guy Judge Mason Thomas Judge V G Marshall Sheriff J R Gatewood Clerk IIOWAUDS MILL Geo Pendleton Judge Win Carmichael Judge James Scobee Sheriff George Barry Clerk II A UTS Ed Hcaton Judge Walter Bridges Judge Clell Foley Sher ill Ben flyers Clerk A vote for Nelson Wills is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes itii Going away then se our lino ofsuit cases hand bags and trunks Largest line in town to select from Punch l Graves Burned By Explosion While lighting a gas stove the wife of J Y Rogers daughter of Dr G N Cox was burned about anyexplosion Buying here insures intelligent service You wont wear what is huge or old enough for your grandpa if we sell you a straw De11alsll Bros Notice toethe State University will be held in my oflice on the pith and 17th of July There will be three ap pointments lI J Goodwin Supt Schools IllThe whole stock is sold at Mill Remnant Sale prices at New mcyers tpWs for Rent The north side of the double residence most desirably and con vcnietly locateditt corner of Maysvillo and Cloy streets is Riilfor rent by Trimble Bros K 134tf Veterinary Surgeon Dr Tribou Oflice at McCormick s Cos Stable Bank St Both rv vv Phones 39tf V j J r r = 1 NEW PERFECTION I Wick Blue CookStove h vrkhoot equzll Its of heat means that the be done cucklv and vrtbcut the Ltchen beirg to degree Cu b rgrtednxatiy and tc ned high jow or n wil Trine size or without Cabinet A your eror write nearest agency J T LQ O LcocesUOJ as t pc tible to Gins a I F thit rtachtt tht filths corner of a Weil eizde throughout of skkeled brass perfect r ore d try oraaaenuL II net with your desjtr write per ceaittt Oil Taft Administration UNTheffrHlir of trip in a speech delivered in Chicago declaredl that the present Administration will be conciliatory if it is not asked to hire up a or willgoas a mutter of course be a Taft administration pure and simple L said the This emphasizes the fact that itEi will be distinct from its sor that it is not to be fV with the administration or to be as a continuation 1 of the regime for Sale and Polled Durham bulls Poland China bORIS and gilts ThosI Bistaff ML Sterling Ky V A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PIMPLES 5J mo a rlfran liquid for external uspII draws the germs fend their toxins to theIIj I surface of the skin ad destroys leaving the skin clear and healthy Two to will cure any case I j of pimples and blackheads For sale Write for sam pIe W KOM Medicine Co St Lout rOK hALKt M W IIOYU Will Raise SlO0000 For En dowment- At the meeting of the Board of Curators Transylvania Univer I at it was decided to I raise an fund of 100 j j 000 for the The morn bers of the Hoard ii JCt as this endowmentI I Carl be secured and t part will oe pledged the time I the next school term opens inII SeptemberII TurkeysII Mn Ellora Ralston Ky sayr I have been raising chickens for nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poultry Cure iie the must remedy I have ever usedl1 I have never lost a tur key Sold by W S Lloyd Starfish Defies Capture The starfish uctted commits sui It dissolves Into many pieces which w capo through the meshes ot the net Then a kind resurrection takes place each piece growing Into i perfect uturCtu FARMERSAND Should the PROFIT of using m BULLSA for himself MI one year You cannot afford to be without a bull We have the LARGEST awl BEST herd of HKKE ORDS iu the South us for information Giltner Bros- t f1NnNCE KY 474t 1 ljyaiAN Y w 7 tYJ Oil Stove With a CABINET TOP The New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove differs from illI other oil Saest her a CABINET TOP This means you can keep dishes and utensils within easy reach while cooking arid tan itep fitd hst afttr remVing itfrom ike blaze From its wonderful burners to its racks for holding towels the Flame Oil prarple coacentraied work heated an unbearable tin Lnedn With Top our JK get clear bright roodibed lbgtor zgeacy Standard Company Treasury principle Secretary predeces confused Roosevelt accepted Roosevelt Shorthorn Sltf six bottle everywhere E of sity Lexington endowment University expressed themselves coniident by Hopkinsville satisJuctory cide of investigate PURE BRED good Write The tncorported Mexican War Veterans Mr J H Warlord of Millers burg attended the meeting of his CynthiTanafour left of what was once a large company The oldest of these is 80 and the youngest is S3 of the four there were but two present one of the number resides in Flori da another was unableto get there These meetings have beenjield annually for a number of years This is probably the last one Drowned In flat Creek ivy Lawson was drowned in Flat Creek Wednesday morning He was 17 years of age and was the son of NV J Lawson who conducts a store at Bald Eagle Bath county Young Lawson was swimming and had swum across the creel four tunes and was starting back The creek was very high from the heavy rains of the previous night and the current was very swiftA number of people including the young mans father witnesses the drowning The body was recovered abou three hours later about a milt down the creek lodged in some wire fencing Jt cured me or It saved the life of my child u are the expres sions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera am Diarrhoea Remedy This is true the world over where this valuabli remedy has been introduced Soother medicine in use for diarrhoei or bowel complaints has receives I such general approval The secret of the success of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kern wily is that it cures Sold by 1111 dealers 475t Adonis In Hard Luck A man once asked Thackeray to lend him five shillings which bo would convert Into 20000 Asked how he explained that he knew a young lady with 20000 who ho knew would marry him If he asked her but he had pawned his teeth and wanted five shillings to redeem them In order to propose effectively T PsWeekly Save Them Dr J 0 Grceswi State Secretary d America Veterinary Medical Associa tiou Kokomo hid says The herdof hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera yestertlayWethem Sold by W S Lloyd Whir Cats Are Welcome The god ptah Is said to be worshiped with ardor In Boston where the cat li M much a part of the household ax any of the members Tbe Egyptians soomed to think the cat very Impor tant to happiness and Boston can see no good in that class of society that fa talking about the cat as a brooder of disease and a destroyer of birds and not to be tolerated Leather from Frog akIn A frogs skin makes tho thinnest and at the same time one of the toughest leathers that caa befannecL titirrr tr rw HANGMAN WAS ALSO SURGEOf Until 100 Years Ago Executioners i Were Permitted to Practice I I I U1toJI Eorgical operations says the Britiz Medical Journal This seems to haTe I been paiiictilarlr tie cue In Deamarl July 24 157S a license was issued bY t Frederick IL to Anders Freirau ex catloner of Copenhagen granting hl1 the right to set bones and treat old trcmads be was expressly forbidB to meddle with recent wounds In f850 it is recorded in the municIpal arc iTeos of Copenhagen that Gaspa I the hangman had received four rlsdxterrs for the care of two srk chDdre Jfl the iBflnnary In 1SSS Christian IV ssamoned the executioner of Glad start in Kosea u examine the cft eefed foot of the crcrm prfnco Ina letter addressed to Ole Worn a lead lag Deatefei ihzi4itD of the day Hear Kosier pbjfclcimniaonliaarT to tbt king complains biuerJy of the thigh I thus put upon him He says that for tlC whole months the hangman wbo is as fit to treat the case as an as is to play the lyre bad the case 11 hand and the doctor was not asked big advice Again in IGSi Christian V saTe a fee of 200 rigs dalers to the Copenhagen bangma for curing the leg of a page In 1731 Bergen an executioner in Norway was I authorized by royal decree to practice I turgery Even up to the early years of the nineteenth century this extraordinary association of surgery witb the las penalty of the law continued Erik Peterson who was appointed public executioner at Trondbjem in 171C served as surgeon to an infantry regl I meet in the war with Sweden and retired in IS 14 with the rank of surgeon I major Frederick I of Prussia cbos his favorite hangman Coblenz to be i his phjslclanlnordlnar It might be suspected that this peculiar combination of functions had Its origin in a satirical view of the art of healing but in the records we have quoted wi can trace nothing of the kind Per haps the executioner drove a trade Inhuman fat and other things supposes to possess marvelous healing proper ties he may thus have come to b credited with skill in healing though the association surelyI represents the lowest degree to which the surgeon has ever fallen In public esteem and social position Choosing a Vocation It is very certain that no man Is fli for everything but it is almost cer lain too that there is scarcely anyone man who is not fit for something which something nature plainly poInts out to him by giving him tendency and propensity to it I look upon com mon sense to be to the mind what conscience is to the heartthe faith ful and constant monitor of what It right or wrong And I am convinced that no man commits either a crime or a folly but against the manifest and sensible representations of the one or the other Every man finds in himself either from nature or educationfor they are hard to distinguish a pe culiar bent and disposition to some particular character and his strug gling against it Is the fruitless and endless labor of Sisyphus Let him follow and cultivate that vocation he will succeed in It and be considerable in one way at least whereas It he departs from it he will at best be in considerable probably ridiculous Lord Chesterfield Remarkable Educated Horse The remarkable sagacity of TrixIe the educated horse that was killed it a railroad wreck recently is vouched for by Mrs Louise Culp of Cleveland 0 who saw the animal while Q was on exhibition at the Jamestown fair Spell the ladys name said Trlxlei owner to the horse Her name if I Louise dividing the syllables and pronouncing them Loes The horse promptly spelled the name and spelled It phonetically Loes About two months later when he had become acquainted with the name he also conformed to the speller and picked it out properly Louise What puzzles the students of natural history is how the horse learned to spell at all 4 Should Genuine Heroes Be Dead Real heroes are like Shermans def inition of good Indians they are all dead They commit suicide as he roes by appearing Jn the music halls by qualifying aa professional athletes by giving out too many newspaper In terviews by yielding too readily to the camera by succumbing to kissing bees by becoming too strong to work In one method or another by seek ing to capitalize the admiration of the moment into permanent maintenance and support It they escape suicide they are asphyxiated by the adulation of mankind or extinguished in its speedy forgetfulnessNew York Mall Reliable Weather- So you are going to the north pole next year Yes answered the arctic explorer You must like the climate No But there Is some satisfaction In knowing that when a cold wave IP predicted you wont make any mis take in starting a tire and putting on your heavy clothes Postprandial Sticker What sort of an aCt dinner aptak er is Bligglns One of the kind who starts In by saying they didnt expect to be called on and then proceed to demonstrate that they cant be called off 4 I KENTUCKY fAR DATES t I Stanford July 313 days HeDderscn Jnb275 days Georgetown July 2T3 days lad5onjJe August 35days I slIj gust 9G days ii Taylorsrille August 1O4 das1 I UniontQjvn August 105 dajcs Harrodsbonr August 123 days LeitchfieW Aognst 114 days Barboomlle August S3daysi Brodhead August 153 days Shepherdsville August IS I3I I days Ewiajr Aagiftt193 days ShelbyviHe August 245 days ElirabeUnofrn August 24 i3 daysSpringfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August 313 days Tompkinsville September 15j dayFern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept l4days Hodgenville Sept T3 days Monticello Sept T4 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louis rille Sept 136 days Scottsrilie Sept IC3 days Bedford October 12 days I ITCHING SKJN DISEASES Are readily cured by ZEMOa clea j liquid for external use ZEMO draw the genDEand their toxins to the su aceI and destroys them leadng a clean heaUhyskin ZE3IOgivesinstantrelie I and permanently cures every form or I di6eI Write for sam pie Co St LoWs FOR SAKE ny W s IIOYU For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Doan s Regulets is enough Treatrnen cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggis for them 475t I ChurchesI and of are still in an excellent state of preservation I Their timbers have successfully resisted the frosty and almost arctic winters because they have beet i repeatedly coated with tar Scarcity of Humor It Is to be feared that if the papers reserved a special corner once each wcci for the witticism of the weak it would be often left blank There is no wit to speak of today only a feeble Imitation of it which people are fond of calling the saving sense of humor London Saturday Review Heavy impure blood makes 5a muddy pimply complexion head aches nausea indigestion Thin bloodmakes you weak pale sick ly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood richred pure restore perfect health 475t COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of days County Courts are held in counties near Mt Sterling Bath Owingsville 2d Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Harrison Cynthiana4th Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Killed Owsley County Moonshiner Deputy United States Marshal William Mays accidentally shot and killed Daniel Beard Wednes day while trying to arrest him in Owsley county on charge of moon ihining Mays with Gentry and 3ryant went to the still Tuesday light and strayed till Beardwho with Ed Wilson was operating the still came Wednesday morning trays demanded the surrender of Beard and Wilson Beard ran and Mays ran after him Mays feR end his gnn was discharged khTiBg 3eard instantly Mays brought vVilson to Beattyville for tufaI Simply oselble Big with the importance of a new discovery a London preacher says Newer check the flowing tide of woro its talk We never heard of anybody Who ever did Chicago Post Lr f I Prize Wisners- Giltner I Brosof Eminence j Ky who are among the most sue cessful breeders of Herefordcat tie in the United States advertisi in the Advocate This firm has exhibited their cattle at all the leading shows of the United State and have always won their share of the prizes Their herd bulls are noted prize winners chief o1 which is Britisher champion over all England in 1902 and America in 1908 He cost Giltner Bros 4000 His calves were the lead ing prize winners of 1903 A Hereford bull will sire easily fifty calves per year A food grade calf by a registered Hereford bull will eaisly bring 5 per headmore at weaning time than an ordinary farm calf which means that u Hereford bull earns 250 per year more for any farmer than an ordinary bull These cattle hav proven equal or superior to best as feeders and exporters A white face steer will always bring top prices Cattle breeders in Mont gomery and neihboring counties should investigate these Hereford Cattle Information given to any party interested in goodcattle A Smooth Trick In a neighboring town last week two strangers succeeded in work ing a very smooth confidence game One of them went into a dry goods store and bought a spool of thread which was six cents He gave the clerk a 10 bill to pay for same The clerk gave him the change He then said I thought that was 11 gave you Here he took a 1 out of his pock et and said 4Xo that was all right He then took the 5 bill and put it in his pocket also the t 94c in change and laying the SI billwith the other four he said he would like tp have a 5 bill for it The clerk got the 5 bill Then hs said he would like to have his 10 bill for the change if it was not too much trouble The clerk gave him a SlO bill for the five in change nnda S 5 bill After he left the clerk who was a woman got to thinking she was out S5 on the deal so she got the merchant to count up the register when it was found that such was the case I i I SeemedIcake one is dough retorted the other But they were not enemies recriminating with Joy at each others misfortunes they were merely two friendly cooks com paring notes ut progress SWIFT D P AI Wabash R Co Carcvr Bldg I Ginckmati eh10 Reports from TQXHS jqd jyiexicr fnI show that the nevYegetable wax 1 made from theCandelilla plant has met with unusual success on the a markets of Europe One LondonI firm has written to secure consign ments of fifty tons a month Mex ico expects to export 250 tons a iIiIi month This will mean about two I million dollars a year for the r t and manufacturers of tgrowers eA I waxThe Candelilla plant is said tor 1 produce wax notonly equal but superior to the famous Carnauba wax As yet the product ofI I this kind of wax is small only a fewfactories operating in I Northern Mexico and Southwest Texas but the market for it has been good The wax is used chiefly to take the place of rubber guttapercha in the insulation landelectric wires It is said to be superior to these and to preventrI the frequent fires caused by de fective insulation The Candelilla plant grows pro T fusely in Northern Mexico and r Southwest Texas After being cut it reproduces itself vithin a year or two and the same fields may be gone over again The cost of refining it to wax is about fifteen cents a kilogram 2 15 pounds The market value is 120 A new industry of the magnitude of the rubber industry is expected to develop with the same rapidity I Purer Air The injury to commerce and the amenities of life to say nothing as to the lowering of the vitality of thee people would surely Justify some com bination of bounties and penalties to aid in attaining to a higher stand ard of purity in the air which w breatbeLancetrNew Holland Tramway System The Dutch government has granted a concession to the Amsterdam ft North Holland Tramway Company to build and operate an electric railway t jnearlysterdam north through Zaandam u Kromemlnle from Zaandyk to Wyl aanZee and Wormerveer to PurmelIend The Holland Development Com I pany of Amsterdam will build the entire system Idaho Actors WardroberTommy Post one of the many stage folk living at the house on Grove street burned recently was the heav lest loser of the actors stopping there He lost a nightshirt and a red ban dana handkerchief and the leg of one of his trousers was watersoaked He will take Immediate steps to replenish his wardrobeIdaho StatestDan7l 1 l + l i Something In Reserve Nerertheless the folk who find the car steps too high are capable of some tall kicking Bo ton Transcript New Train to I 1- Coloradoi 1 The St Louis Colorado Limited Electric Lighted to t Colorado Utah California Oregon andIWashington via thetWabashand Union Pacific f It The Shortest Route I I I Leaves St Louis Union Station 230 I p m via Through standardtt t chair cars for Colorado Through LosAngelesLimited i Angles and via The ChicagoPort land Special for Portland Transfer en route while on train to standard sleepers of The Overland Limitedii for San Francisco Electric Block SignalsPerfect Track I Dining carsmeals a la carteservice ji Best in the WorldIII rlFor full information rates etc calf ronor addressiIED R r h I W H Connor G1l- itYAIOe Pacific R R Co S3 EFoW1b St 4 CkI2tiO oj II I I f Y t J I r rL T+ Ia i Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women who- suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour id go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of I 14 aaitdui On the wrapper are full directions for user During the last half century Cardui has been i remedyforl reHablel ed on in almost any case w Take CARlOI It Will Help You Mrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Cardui She Writes meTtafnrfijti a days I would work awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your Try Cardui rmedieme AT ALL DRUG STORES The f4 Whirlwind Campaign Some of the thoughts which towll be emphasized in the 1909 Whirlwind Campaign for better education in Kentucky are I If the people rule they must take time from private to attend to public business The most important duty of any generation is to prepare the next to enjoy and transmit what society has gained through toiland stiff 1ering whole people must be edu to meet the demands of our complex civilization The State needs enlightenment for a republic with an ignorant electorate is an impossibility The Stateneeds honest men brave men relgious men men of faith c P and selfdenial and the schools must supply them Kentucky is not giving her children an equal chance educa tionally speaking with the chl dren of many poorer States All the best positions practically in the educational work in Kentucky s are held by men and women from other States The average white child in Ken tuck has not an equal opportu h rtnity with the average inegro child for the majority of white children are being educated under rural ttconditions while the majority of colored children live in the cities The only way the rural school jI can be made as good as the city school is through county and dis 1trict taxation The counties in Kentucky should build good school houses in every r district and put a good teacher in i t the reach of every child It will z pay to do so a The colleges and universities of I our State are crippled because f there are so few high schools to j prepare students for them Kentucky needs more university met A school tax is an investment 1 i 100iin education of a boy will she not get it back with compound inter I est through the long years of his manhood It pays the individual to be ed ucated That which pays every unit of society pays society itself I Education measures the distance from savage to civilized life p It may not be right to make I one man help to educate another mans children for the parents sake but it is right to make every maR who enjoys the blessings and security of civilized soqicty help prepare tho next generation for citizenship iffyBest Work at In the industrial world It has be t come accepted that a man Is too old at 40 and true London county council works department decided last year not to engage men above 35 How Is It In tho Intellectual world Despite all the evidences of precocity Mr Dor land arrives at a conclusion whteh elves an average of 50 for the masterwork of great menT Po Weekly r 4 A Womans Age I If you want to know how old a worn an IB ask her sisterinlaw AtchlBon Globe 7H rv 1 II J 1 r t r flj L i s f IAHadI to choose between the cook- and the apothecary as colaborer I think I would not hesitate for a moment to yoke myself with the former Ho goes on to say that the board kills more than the sword Many people eat not only the wrong foods but too much of them Weasels Attacked Cow tinyinakers on the farm of H A Sell T Hanover Pa noticed a cow In arby meadow strangely jumping about and bellowing loudly Upon In vestigation they were astonished to lud that eight weasels had attacked let After a hard fight the farmers succeeded in killing several of the bloodsuckers and scattering tho remainder p p Headdress of Indian Ruler The maharajabof Upal has a headdress of gems which Is valued at 250000 It Is worn onlyI on state oc casions The front and crest of this part of the maharajahs regalia are formed by a mass of closeset dia monds while a fringe of large drops of pure emeralds hangs over the fore head Not Like a Hen The female codfish remarked the boarder who had been gleaning statis tics from between the covers of a pat ent medicine almanac lays more than a million eggs Now what do you think of that I think rejoined the Cheerful Idiot that its a mighty lucky thing for the codfish that she doesnt have to cackle over every egg SICK NtAUACHE Sour Stomach Heartburn Cank er Sore Mouth Cured by Miona Sick headaches are caused by indigestion and a general disturbed condition of the stomach Cure the indigestion and the headache nausea heartburn sour stomach and thutHall in feeling will vanish Miona tablets will cure indi gestion or any other stomach trouble They will relieve almost instantly YoS Lloyd has so much faith in them that he will give you your money back if they dont Miona cures by making tho stomachstrong enough to produce enough gastric juices to digest all the food you want to eat It promptly puts new life and en orgy into t the overworked and playedout walls of the stomach Use Miona for a week and you win eat what you want anytime you want it and take pleasure in doing it Your bloed will be richer red der purer after taking Miorm and it only costs 50 cents a large box- I was speedily cured of stomach complaint by Miona Anything I can say in favor ol Miona is not too stroig WftUam Hess Benton Harbor Mich 4T40 HYOMElmIIhIr111- Cures 1- I catarrh or money back Just breathe it In Complete outfit including inbnlerl Extra bottles GOo Druggists 1 DEVOTION TO RULER KOREANS SHOW HIGH DEGREE OF PATRIOTISM Had Decided Freely to Give Their Lives to Warn Emperor of What They Considered Grave Dariger Out of Korea cornea a story of the fanatical devotion shown to the shad ow emperor of the land by those of his subjects who still resent the rule of the Japanese and view each move of their virtual masters with deep suspicion In this Instance several pa triots were willing to let themselves ba run over by a railroad train If only his majesty might be warned by their death that he was flying into the trap set for his feet by Prince Ito A month ago the emperor announced that he was going to leave Seoul and take a trip to Fusan the most easterly city of the peninsula and wholly a Japanese settlement This was an unprecedented thing for the emperor to do since for countless gen erations Korean kings and emperors had been content to sit in the hall of congratulations in the Mulberry palace at Seoul and let subjects from other parts of the land come to them to pay homage Despite the protests of the patriots Prince Ito who was engineering the trip ruled and the emperor set out over the Seoul Fusan railway to visit the seaport at the other terminal- It became known by the Koreans along the route that the Japanese hat tleship Azuma was to anchor In the harbor of Fusan and that a part of the welcoming ceremonies that were to occur In Fusan was to be a luncheon to the emperor on board the ship Immediately the rumor grew to the conviction that as soon as Prince Ito had the emperor safely on the Azumas deck anchor would be hoisted and the last of the line of Korean rulers would be whisked off to Japan there to die In a dungeon Perhaps the simple Koreans had some justification for believing that the crafty residentgeneral would like to execute a coup like that certainly the hand of the Japanese had made such startling moves on the Imperial chess board at Seoul that even a duo plication of the murder that was done In the Mulberry palace some ears ago at the Instance of a Japanese minister would not seem improbable to the Ko reans At any rate the emperor had his luncheon on hoard the battleship in Fusan harbor and was put safely back on his own territory again During the course of the luncheon Prince Ito made conversation by telling the pup pet ruler that he had learned that at Talku one of the large towns on the line of the railway a party of pa trlots convinced that the emperor was going to his doom had determined to lay themselves on the rails as his train approached the station They believed that by this act of sacrifice their monarch might he made to see that he was approaching Immediate dangerThe patriots had been dissuaded by a very material Japanese policeman In Memory of Old New England graveyards are not the only ones which contain cur dons epitaphs The oldtime dweller of Maine who died of a falling tree as his headstone asserts had a fellow in misfortune In faroff Australia as is shown by W A BaillleGrohinaus The Tyrol and the Tyrolese A wooden slab painted with the rep resontatlon of a prostrate tree under which lies a man In spreadeagle attl tude bears testimony to the violent death of Johan Lemberger aged 52yi years This upright and virtu OilS youth was squashed by a falling treeThe record of Michael Gerstner is even more succinct and convincing He Climbed up fell down and was dead Youths Companion Defense of Canned Products That foods properly canned do not deteriorate with age was a statement made at a dinner of cannera in Chica go a few days ago Suppose a custom er desired a can of corn on February 22 1920 said one of the speakers and was given corn canned In 1909 It would be rejected with a demand for something fresher and although the 1909 article would be found ae fresh as that of 1920 It would be lost At a recent banquet In London canned fruit taken from the ruins of Pompei was found to be fresh and fine There should be a law to compel the canning of all products in such a manner that they would keep for ages Telegraph Letters- A novelty in correspondence recently Inaugurated by the French post office department has met with such success that it might be tried all over the world This is the telegraphic letter mho hours between 9 n m and 4 a m are not busy ones for the French telegraphic lines So the postal authorities decided to turn these hours to some use Therefore If one misses the post for a provincial town in France today one can at the rate 011 100 words for 20 cents have the letter telegraphed and delivered by the first post next morning The scheme Is vory simple and Is working admirably in Paris I Quantity Dont you admire the big bats that women are wearing Well answered Mr Meekton must say they look more like tha BioneyB worth Z TOO AFFECTIONATE FOR MAYOR Dignified Official Dislikes Being Hugged In the Dark by Bruin When closing time came In the city hall the other afternoon Mayor Impreslsivelysatisfaction with the dignified progress of his administration closed his j rolltop desk with a hang permitted the j messenger to adjust his overcoat fordoll present his hat and then trod to meet his fellow townsmen says Concord IN J dispatch to the aII York Herald Instead of going out the front door of the city hall however Mayor French took a short cut that j led through a dark hallway past tilt back entrance of a theater While the mayor in the city hall was throwing off the shackles of oillcia crfre a wrestling bear in the theater was busy throwing off the shackles ol a more material nature and as the mayor put on his overcoat the bear slled its leather collar So It came about that as the mayor entered the dirk hallway at one end the bear en tared it at another The mayor has a great respect for bears but t bear had ifo respect at all for ma hhI In the darkness the mayor felt a powerful detaining force laid upon hlFI armSir he said In chilly tones if you have business with me you may call at my office in the morning Urgrr was the unpleasantly harsh response My manOf began the mayor but he stopped right there for a furry arm I was thrown about his neck and a rough tongue made a demonstration which IIf It was intended for a kindly salute failed utterly of Its purpose with the mayor Le go commanded the mayor but I his companion showed no disposition to yield to harsh commands The mayor had other resources He struck out BO savagely with his free hand and with such painful precision that the bear smitten on the nose loosed Its hold and fell back a step I Content with this temporary victory the mayor sped agilely back over the rdute he had jUst traversed shouting Bear Bear at every Jump In cor galjlopedserted by his new friend The mayor was the first to reach an open door through which he sped just in time toI be able to close it in the face of his pursuerThe bear was led back Into captiv ity by the theater employes All About a Pie Goff the famous London barrister has a humor peculiarly his own He looks at the world In a halfamused halfIndulgent manner sometimes very annoying to his friends One day when in town he dropped into a res taurant for lunch It was a tidy although not a pretentious establish ment After a good meal he called to the waitress and inquired what kind of pie she had ApplepiemlncepleralslnpieblueDerry plecustardpiepeachpleandstrawoe r r y shortcake the young woman repeated gliblyWill you please say that again he asked leaning a trifle forward The girl went through the list at lightning rate Andstrawberryshort calwshe concluded with emphasis Would you mind doing it once more he asked The waitress looked her disgust and started in a third time pronouncing the words in a defiantly clear tone Thank you he remarked when she had finished For the life of me I cant see how you do it lint 1 like to hear it Its very interesting very Glvo me apple pie please and thank you very nmuchTlt Bils- Telegraphers Cramp An interesting feature of telegraphers cramp is that certain letters arc nearly always the stumbling block The most frequent are C and Y that is the code signals used for these letters When a sender begins to be conscious about so common a letter as C his case soon becomes a hope less one Another form of cramp at tacks the receiver of the message It takes the form of inability to write fast enough to take down a message quickly transmitted This Is easily understood when It Is remembered thaoa receiver often has to write continuously to code dictation so to speak for hours at a time The strain is enor ous and leads fairly commonly to what is practically a form of nervous break down Reunited After Many Years Report says that Gen Sickles yet eran of the civil war and his wife are reunited after 27 years of separation The story is that Mrs Sickles mother who was an Invalid wished her to return to Spain after her marriage and reside with her Mrs Sickles thought she should return to her mother and remain with her till she died Mr Sickles did not agree with her and he refused to return to Spain to live Tho couple separated the wife returning to her mother who has recently died Now In their old age tho couple are reunited The Phonograph In China American phonograph companies do a big business in China Tho most famous Chinese bands and palace sing ers are engaged to make records They are brought from all parts of the em pire to the three recordmaking cen tersPeking Shanghai and Hongkong Hero the apparatus for making the master records is set up and the re cording dorio under the direction of an expert A record popular in the north of China seldom Is popular in tha south H n THE VERY BESTW ulOlI Have any of our readers seen a re cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improvements and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from hisi efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being tbatliAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being II The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0- Writing Rooms In Stations Nothing could surpass our big rail road stations in regard to luxury and comfort sad a New York suburban ite He closed his evening paper and paced the long corridor They lack however writing rooms he added a muchneeded accommodation All big department stores all hotels provide without charge attractive desks covered with pretty stationery good pens clear blotters for the use of their customers This convenience Iii much appreciated and the neat mo nogram of the establishment on the paper and envelopes amply pays in its advertising value for the expense of the writing room Now where would a writing room be more serviceable than In a railroad station Look at me Here I have a half hour to put In and nothing to do but pace the corn dors The letters I could get off the important business I could attend to in this forced period of Idleness Certainly here in America where time is so valuable the railroads should give their travelers writing rooms Welsbachs First Failure Some 20 years ago the speaker at tended at an office in London for the purpose of witnessing an experiment by a German student In something new in gas lighting lie then saw some small cambric caps tho first five or six of which at once fell to pieta while fuur or five lasted a little longer The latter burnt for a few minutes and then on a door being opened they followed In the wake ol their predecessors Little did those who were present at the experiments imagine that they were assisting at the rise of a planet which would flood with light the whole universe The German student was W lsbach and the caps were the precursors of the mantles which have been the savior ol the gas Industry London Address Desirable Earthquake- Im going to emigrate to one ol theso hero earthquake zones an nounced Indolent Ivor rubbing ointment upon his dog bites until they smartedIn name of concrete crossties what for demanded Somnolent Sum mers counting the holes in his new fedora and figuring how long it would lastI see by the papers where a chap was penned by falling stones in a bar room and wasnt rescued for t monthPuckA Polite Hint As the clock chimed tho half hour previous to midnight the fair maid in the parlor scene let out a soulful sigh Why do youersigh Miss Dol ly asked young Callowlt Because answered the fair one It isnt always good form to express ones thoughts in words Naturally So That new play ought to have panned out well Why q Because it had all fresh roles A Dubious Cult Faddist enthusastlcally Oh are jJu an eclectic on hypnotic occultism 1 Realist etornlyNo I aint Im a teetotaler aU1J1C1llllIll 117 0 THE MIDLAND ROUTE 0LOCAL TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5th ISO5 MSo842i2b LvDKrunkfort Ar i2i 7 2 C0I 6 2S Jv SummltAt 11 17 7 U111 B34 IV JlkhoJor 11 11 7 C6 f8II483tilIA2 I I I 2 I j 2 601SfgSnor 5 15 R IIk20 7 u 6 n Connects WIQliontekyI wUkLOKOBHAKIEU C W HAY Ires and Genl SUP O P A LexingtonL ft Eastern fiiy TIMETABLE I antSTATIONCNoI 21 No Daily Dally NLA45 46Isnltl 1I1iIlIlur 2 58 801 llU OS tI 13 IL A K lupcton IIJ I S S6- S Indian Field 184 842 V 111 1 S4I II Cl Q1f11 asF 1110 Itouvn 401 1115 RfcH 41 1J22 I un IceCamploulunctlea 4 IIlo II 18 Nat rat midges I 43 46IrteniFilHMHtU 00 to OR fulivvilluliinclioii 5 10 1017 St Helen b J1 10 26 Tallcffa 5 2 10 IT hV thou 5 8i 1045 shish 5 4a to A8 Klkantuji tl tl 1110 Oi l Junction I s 05 J1-5r Jack + m 6 le II 20 W estBcw33es o5STAJlOI l nmExSuDal Y Only A M i rtI A M7 Lv Jncsson U ur 2V 7 OC 0t K Junction II Ir 2 t5 7 ar KlkatmvH 6 3u 2 to 7 me Oakdale 6 as l H 738 Athol 6 40 2 53 730 Tallttfa a 4s 8 to 7 58 St Helens C M 3J 7 48 Heattyville Junction 7 07 3 I 7 54 Fincubtle 7 at s 02 Torrent 710 II 41 8 15 tlenciilm i 74 a 5O j 22 Nil tn fill ridge 7 H 81oA 8211 Campion Junction 7 e S M 8 38 Dundee j 5 = 4 8 6124 Farms 05 4 H 842 Kttsflyn Sit 4 2u 8 IS dlitntnn b HI 4 3eu S 5a Clay CityS2i 4 S6 U 02 Indian FlClllu S 4S 4 58 1120I 1 A K Junction I J s er tl U Winchester 912 IitO I 46 h Wrnndotte P 2b JI to O 0 iflIn tl d3 5 40 10 0e 1liattru1I 41 5 W to 12 Ar Lexington 9 rtIJ I 05 10 U THK KOMOWISti CONNECTIONS UtE uAUE DAILY EXCI1 SUNDAYp= 5E Junction Nos I and II will connect with llio C A O for Jit Sterling Ky- Campion Junction Nos 18 1 and 4 ti ill iw nect with the Mountain Cunirnl Hallway for passengers ttutted ft ton Campion Kv lluattvvillt JuuctitniNuInbcr S will connect with the 1L V A Itailway UcattvvilloKy nii Ii Junction Nos a nml4 will connect with lliuO t K Hallway its Cannel City Ky mid way station CHAS SCOTT Wen Pane Agent SOUTHERNI RAILWAYS- hortest I m and lIst Route lfrou A LOUISVILLE A lTO ST LOUIS and the WEST Mi Two Fast Trains Daily running through scHl noun Louisville to St LouisjwitLou rat as follows LO iLouisville 900001 At St ouis6Ip m i Lv Lov tiIIcuuIO15 p m tr rt Lcufs 732 pm llrt cK ect line fcoj Chattanooga At iociR doxville Charleston and Flot a and all Southern points includ lug Asheville N C and the beautiful Landof time Sk1IlIid Tapphire CountrySend 2 cent stamp for Laud of the Sk1 Booklet and other illustrated Htera tore J F UUAV TIKIV lnrAgt lit IKnrf Main Lexington Ky A lU CtlOK n I A 2SI yoilKh Avo LouUville lip J10 REAM 0 1 A- St Uuls 51- 0toss O oooooo oooo I tII I t I g11ENUEIot1 I kites all Keulmckiaus to call when In- toovsvtoz V NNMOO aN0a01N141Mwooeo4w f The Girl and the Woman There Is this difference between the Fygirl and the woman The first know nothing and tells everything the other knows everything and tells bothing Exchange I v r i A J I Fc ia r yl WILD ANI14L- Lieut Bert EdwardsCOf5INED SAN IDEAL EXHIBITIONPresenting Amusement lYou Never Saw a Show Like This Before g 3 ORIGINATED ASSEMBLED OWNED AND PRESENTED BY CHEROKEE EDffi THE MILLIONAIRE COWBOYS READ HIS REMARKABLE HISTORY IN YOUR HOME PAPERS CHAMPION SHARPSHOOTER OF THE WORLDSr S 500000 in Gold Standing Offer to Produce his Equal 500000 tM AND II 110000 in to as be TIGERS THE A Refined Program of Oriainslity Novelty and Merit in which will also Participate f Noted Indian Tribesfj With Chiefs Little Horse Young Eagle Crazy Thunder and including Indian Babies Snow Bird Red Flower and aged respective ly 2 years 1 year and 3 months 1I Genuine Under direction cf famous Bob Younger in a j program of features of the Far Wild West never iJ before equaleds I G Twenty Pretty Cow Girls With Maud Campbell Queen the Ranges t ii The Girl with a J Famous Mounted Border Police- t Colonel John sely in command m1Some ofthe who captured Geronimo b The Wic Kiups Beautifult t See the Indian Village vith its Native Inhabi 4 tants Never before presented with any Wild West II 26W2 Horse on g at show Czarowitchs Wild and Acts EVERY PERFORMER A STAR r i A AND A EVERY A STARTLING FKA1TVHK i3 a Refined Educational Exhibition Ladles Children aNd especially Two Performances Daily Proof Tent Doors 1 7 j P M Performunce OPO hour Inter Admission to Animal Wild West I M Pl MOST NOVEL ALL STREET PARADE DAILY tlOA M SALL RAILROADS REDUCED N CUIIih EXHIBIT ti Mt Ky 26 B J J1 j g QQ PROF LOOS Gets 5863 Annuity from the Foundation fund Prof Charles Louis Loos who retired from the faculty of Tran sylvania University Lexington with which he has been connected for more than a quarter of a cen tury lias been made a beneficiary of the Carnegie Foundation Fund for retired college and will receive an annuity of 803 The news came in a telegram Wednesday afternoon to rresi dent lto IL Crosslield the of Curators of the Univer sity was in session The pleasing announcement was made to the and also at the commencement Thursday morning when the large audience rose to feet to honor the grandold min of has been dubbed Prof Loos is one the oldestI educators in the South and has been actively cngrgcd educational work for sixtylive years If you are satisfied after using according to directions thirds of a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your money back The tablets cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trial and got well by all dealers 475t Everybody goes to the Big Remnant Sale at the Louisville Store Part of Force The Burley Tobacco Society notified twelve of their ofiioe force that services would be needed after Saturday last because almost the business is wound y and the pool crops sold f1 We dont put old hats on young heads Wear Bros G of men in some of the BEST STARS and m to the World t 1 3 m- J anyone handling LIONS LEOPARDS and PANTHERSI- N OPEN ARENA DAILY LittleBee Cowboys History 10000 The Incomparable IV Most Magnificent Thrilling Act in Existenc Topsy The Talking vjAMost Intelligent Horse Earth Devil High Ttwtr and Cyclone ii The gJMidgetSmallest Performing pony living Jack Na- nd Jill the High Diving Dogs making daily jumps the grounds Free Exhibition from g ladders sixty high The Worlds Record Captains Demltrl 2nd Imperial Russian Cossacks i f from the Russian Guard Saint jSa fJtheremarkable feats of Horsemanship ever seen K Unequaled West Novelty IN HIS LINE 25 REAL WILD WEST GRAND WILD ANIMAL SHOW i ACTi iStrictly Famllfe t Sj Invited under Water nt and Mr W Trained Show sw fflg and ALLChildrenm FEATURE AT i EXCURSIONS ON AT RATES 1 AT 1 Sterling Saturday June j1fjl1J1J J O l119 Carnegie men while Board exercises its Transylvania as he affectionately of not two Sold Mill Discharges their not all up our strawsWalsh Gold does Her Howards and The Black and feet the open Board American Tobacco Company Will Have Buyers The report that the American Tobacco Company would purchase no tobacco on the market this year has been authorativcly pronounced erroneous Mr J D Noel local buyer of the American Tobacco Company stated Saturday that wherever there was an open market for burley loose tobacco there would be MI representative of the company He also stated that the Lexington market would be run along the same line as the Louisville and Cincinnati markets and that it was the in tention of the company to buy as much tobacco as it needs in the local market and that it would be in harmony with their wishes for Lexington to become the biggest loose leaf tobacco market in the South The local market will continue as before and no change whatever will be made Mr Noel stated however that his company would not send buy ers throughout the country this year to purchase from the farm ers as had been formerly done but that it would surely buy the bulk of its Central Kentucky to bacco right here on the Lexington marketLexington Herald A vote ferJ L Faulkner is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes It Dont fail to come te Ncwmoy ers and see the many big bargains Everybody is talking about June 28th 29th and 30th What shirt do Near Walsh Bros Cut Prices at The Fair Regular 12i and lOc Lawns re dueed to Sic a yard Stoneware regular price lOc cut to 8c gallon w Join the crowds at Newmeyers big sale I Kentucky federation of Womens Clubs The Kentucky Federation of Wo mens Clubs in session at Owens boro adopted resolutions favoring 1st the conservation of our forests and the development of our waterways 2nd the perfecting of the Child Labor Law 3rd the extension of School Improvement Leagues 4th granting school suf frage to the women of Kentucky to promote vital interest of the mother sex in education of chil dren 5th adoption of Constitu tional Amendment for Good Roads especially as this affects rural schools 6th expresses apprecia tion to the State Board of Health for cooperation in Ford Sanita tion 7th Mrs Cranes visit to Kentucky in behalf of Civic Im provement and Sanitation 8th thanks for courtesies specified under Seven other headings OKFICKKS For NEXT YEAR Mrs Jas Leach Louisville President Mrs Ira Barnett Lou isville Corresponding Secretary Mrs Lucy Simms Paris Treas urer Mrs Letcher Riker Har rodsburg General Secretary FOR SALE Large and small wheat corn and tobacco farms level rich and free from stone Large residences and barns good railroad connections Can offer a bargain at 35 to 60 an acre long time payments W II Btokelcy 484t Bowling Green Ky The whole stock is sold at Mill Remnant Sale prices at New meyers If a man knows shirts he will bay Manhattans Walsh Bros There will bebidcrowd in town on June 28 29 and 30 A vote for C F Thomas is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes It t dp JeOfcRESPONDEJSCEJ STbOPS Wheat htir4estwill soon begin t tJ I Clarence Saunters will wove to Fleming county Mrs John Williams of Peeled Oak visited relatives here Mrs J H Gillaspie still con tinues in a serious condition Frank Daniel and family of Grassy Lick were here Sunday Rain has interfered with seed tripping and damaged tobacco Tom Sattertield on Sunday at tended the funeral of Win Satter fields child at Owingsville Walter Hamilton of Owings ville visited J H Gillaspie and family Sunday Mrs Hamilton accompanied him home Democrats of Montgomery should remember that a man is never honorbound to support a man who is not fit for office On Sunday night Mr Burt Wrens tobacco barn with farm implements feed and 10000 pounds of tobacco burned The insurance was 2200 loss abouttJ400 to 3700 The item in last weeks Advo cate stating thatUlr J H Gillaspie had been seriously ill for many months should have been Mrs J H Gillaspie He has not been ill Sale of City Property As agent for the heirs of Fred Senieur deceased I will offer at public sale his houses and lots ly ing on Locust street Mt Sterling premIisesJune 19 1909 The warehouse and lot will be offered first This lot is about 3H feet wide and 150 teet deep Then the residence and lot will be offered this lot being about 58 feet wide and same depth as the other The entire property will then be offered as a whole This is good property well lo cated for both business and residence purposes and is made more valuable by location of new C 0 depot TKKMS Onethird cash balance 1 and 2 years with interest at 6 per cent per annum lien on the property buildings to be kept in sured Purchasers may pay as much more cash as they desire JOHN G Wins 473t Agent for Senieur Heirs Be sure and attend the Great Mill Remnant Sale now on ut Newmeyers nt caaHCdl LMCllt H Clay McKee has for sale and rent dwellings business property farms vacant lots 51tf For Sale Privately My residence in Mt Sterling one of the best bouses and nicest homes in the city two blocks from Courthouse3OOO45tf E Groves Interurban From Winchester to Siiarpsbury Persons interested in this road are getting information about re sources and planning for right of way Many inquiries are made by brokers and engineers Phila delphia parties will probably be on the ground with their engineer by tke 26th for a survey etc Have your pictures framed at Whites drug store 45tf Dr J IcClanblies opened an office for the practice of Dentistry in the Reynolds Building Corner Maysvillo and Court Sts He is a graduate fof University of Maryland and guarantees all work to be firstclass tie E and Wanxl duett Shirts plain or plaited bosom 150 to 350 exclusive with Punch Graves Six Ice Tea Glasses 40c Ice Tea Pitchers stone lOc The Fair yea 1 Meet Me II AT THE SPOT CASHf Grocery aye Next Saturday- Sr PEOJAEIt II Big BargainsRead about them below f Ice Cold Lemonade Free if FOR OUR CUSTOMERS 4 Visit the CLEANEST COOLEST aid most upto date Grocery In the StateI 18 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar forr 100j Our 20c Coffees down to 16 fc pound Our 18c Coffees down to 15c poundJr Our 15c Coffees down to 12c pound Try our delicious Coffees They are fresh roasted i every week and far ahead of any Coffee sold else where at higher prices COAL OIL lOc A GALLON Lay in a supply at this price Ir 3 packages of Gold Dust Wash Powders for lOc A Best Lemons at 12c a dozen Best Bananas at 15c a dozen All Syrups at35c per gallon I l Best Patent flourl360 per 100 Lbs Best Patent Flour 95c per 24 Ibs Best 2nd grade Flour 365 per 100 lbs Best 2nd grade Flour 90c per 24 lbs FUDGETh- at fine 20c Candy Saturday Only lOc Lb Farmersalways remember that we pay from 1 to 2c more per dozen for your Eggs than any other dealer in town Will pay 20c per dozen in trade on next Saturday TH EiSPOTCASHGrocery LOOK FOR THE RED FRONT Ten to Share in Allotment Only 10 of the 24 independent tobacco concerns belonging to the Independent Tobacco Manufact urers Association will share in the allotment of the 1806 hogsheads of tobacco rejected by Collins Bro and thrown back on the hands of the Burley Tobacco Society for resale J See our line of 248 sample slippers Plenty of good ones left Punch Graves p 0 S Highest prices paid for your produce Vanarsdellsr Sunday School Worker Dead Prof E A Fox a Sunday School worker of State and National reputation died at Louis ville on Sunday of last week He has visited our county Everybody goes to the Big Mill Remnant Sale at the Louisville Store Pledge for Pool The pledge for the pooling of 1909 tobacco has been agreedi1 upon but not given to publicittis stated that one of the pro visions of the pledge is that 10 per cent of each crop shall be taken in stock in a new and inde pendent corporation to be known as the Burley Tobacco Company Did you see the crowd attheIoponing sale Saturday at NeTII mevers 1 r tia wl I1YOURHIDESAII FURS Geldu rafters Seal Tallow Yellow ieeswu j GlunIIare alen and can 4 then agent or commiuio0 Reference an Bank D LouiarilleIWrite for weekly price list end ship I t- pingtag Wefumuhltlhapfree lab SAIL k sON- SesuueIN aea 22t E Market St LOUISVIlir KT t w v4 t I t t i1 wftw t iffI I II 1 5 f a- a Paintst n1S 1J J IiLJr 1 Varnishes 1jo1 l sirird inytfing in Pint Line AT J ffluersons Drug Store sPhone 129 No 10 CourtSt l I Iii I J tMMAWA tr PERSONAU i shields Gay is at home from college Mrs Robert Gray is visiting he parents in Lexington +Mrs Mattie Allnof Missouri visited Miss Nannie Reed Airs R T Williams of Decatur III is with relatives here Henry Reasor of Huntirigton I W Va was hero last week i Kenny Wright of Cape May N Ji is visiting his mother at Levee VIiss Nettie Horton is with her sister Mrs Catesby Woodford in Bourbon Mrs Mary Greer and niece Miss Lida Gorman went to Sat Lick Tuesday Floyd Day and daughter Mar 4garet of Winchester visited J G Trimble on Sunday Mrs Berry Pieratt of Chicago arrived yesterday accompanied b Miss Gladys Pieratt who visite- her Thos Johnson of J ssamin county blind for many years iis visiting his daughter Mrs T D Svvartx Hf Mrs Chas Kirkpatrick on Saturday went to Millersburg to visit 4Miss Allen Mr Kirkpatricl went on Tuesday v Miss Jessie Porter of Bowling Green and Miss Rachael Settle of Frankfort visited Miss Mary Ray Trimble and lift on Sunday and Monday L C Lyle and wife of New Albany Ind arrived on Friday to itako charge of the studio of Mrs R F Greene They come highly rauui mmel1t1c iMrs B F Harriott is with Miss Susie Darnaby in Fayette 11 for a week Her daughters Mary and Katherine are with Mrs R N Ratliff iriSharpsburg W R Tabor of Rothwell left r for San Antonio Texas Monday In November he bought in Dim mit county 80 acres of unimproved land in an artesian belt The en IIof12800 acres was sold Mrs Julia Taylor of Little 1 Rock Art has been with her sister Mrs Jno G Winn for a I week Their brother paid 1Pltt who hasVfeeen sick for seralweeksis c ijiso hero and im proving Mrs 0 V Wooley was with relatives Winchester last week VlAlexanler1 of 1- 1MrrS Vin- chestdtspedt JundaYft with Roy Alexander 4r i centStt j J Nic s home killed meats at t Vanarsdells Men Who know good clothes know SteinBloch clothes l Walsh Bros GNw v wNsIRRRIf1 ESL SS- r I SOUTHCHAFFER i Miss Specie Belle southof Franklin county will be married to Mr Dudley C Ghaffeeon Wed nesday evening Jane 23 at Grassy SpringlCliurcht t Their hotne will be at 202 Melbourne avenue Peoria Ill i iWHITEKASII WHITE1C481r Judge and Mrs Banford White of Irvine announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Nell to Mr Kelly Kash of Jackson the wedding to take place at the Phoenix Hotel Lexington on June 15 Mr Kash is Commonwealths Mtorney for the 23rd Judicial p strict They will re side in Jackson I I Vegetables and fruits at- Vanarsdells Hopkins and Knox straw hats Walsh Bros Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt we have the HEST line of clothing in Me Sterling and second to none in America This is not only our verdict but the verdict of good dressers throughout the Uni highclassdclothing is over country as HiitsnWiCKWiUK witheus and is only found in large cities and we are certainly very fortun ate in securing this great line of realty for service clothes After once wearing one of these suits you can appreciate its merits and say as we sayuIt is Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt the best I have ever worn Wo invite inspection Punch Graves Dont fail to get prices on Mason Glass Jars at The Fair U will save money o For Rent Nice unfurnished up stairs front room N Maysvillc street 4G tf T G Denton Correction About Land Sale Last week we stated that Judge H Clay McKee for Strother Mitchell had sold to Robert Collier the Peters place etc Wo were in error in Using the wOldsufor Strother Mitchell The mistake was wholly ours and we are pleas ed to make the correction The landwas owned by Judge McKee LI Be sure and attend the Great Mill Remnant Sale now on at Newmeyers IThe Present High Quality of V KCRRS PERFECTION FLOUR IComes from a lifelong experience in the selection of I ro AT aTCd mfmAmA JL 1 The Highest Achievements of a Millersr L j SKILL and the Knowledge ofjj E mCmt cr toe TLPJSI Y fsAskyou Neighbor or Mr TABS I It a- rrf+ ftS A rrrIL- iINM 1 DRTf1S STEPHENSON Mrs Charles Stephenson died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Barry South Sr of Frankfort on Sate urdaySTAtiDrFonDJames OConnell received word from Youngstown Ohio that his eldest sister Mrs Stewart Standiford of that city died Sunday morning aged 78 years Two daughters anda son survives he- rFAssErrMrs Thos W Fas sett of Flat Creek died at the home of her sister Mrs T W Fassett in this city on Monday June 14 1909 Rev B F Par ker conducted the funeralservice at Springfield Church on Tuesday afterneon and the burial was in the church yard She is survived by her husband and two children her mother Mrs Margaret Lane and sisters Mrs J W Jones Mrs J W Fassett of our citys a sister Mrs Metcalfe of Bath and a brother Ernest Lane of Richmond To these we extend our sympathy SCIILEOKL Mr A I p h o n s e Schlegel formerly of this city died at Lexington on Tuesday June 8 1909 after a long illness with softening of the brain The funeral service was heldat the Christian church in this city on Friday morning by Rev H D Clark and the burial was in Mach pelah with Masonic honors Mr Schlegel was for years in our city an enterprising worthy and high ly respected business man with many friends By his first wife he leaves a son George of Cin cinnati and a daughter the wife of Rev A P Finlev of Massa chusetts His second wife who was Miss Mary Clark with two children Leo and Jeanne of our city survive him CLAUK V Shepherd Clark aged 51 years son of Jack W Clark of Judy neighborhood died at a Lexington hospitalon Friday moening June 11 1909 He was operated on in that city for appendicitis on May 11 and his condition continued serious with little hope of recovery The body was brought home in the afternoon and on Saturday after noon the funeral service was con ducted by Rev H D Clark at Somerset church of which con gregation he was a member The burialwas in this city He was unmarried and for many years had stayed closely at home he was a kindand generous neighbor thoughtful of those in need He is survived by hisi father live brothers and six sisters 1VITrsNt1 Wills generally known ns Uncle Nim aged 88 years and 6 months died at his home on Slate Creek in Menefee county on Wednesday June 9 1909 after a long sickness The funeral service was held on Friday by Rev Henry Adams and the burial was in the home graveyard He was born where Campton Ky is now located For many many years ho has lived at the old home where before the war his father kept a tavern By his first wife he leaves two sons John in Okla homa Peter in Elizabethtown Ind and two widowed daughters in St Louis By his econd wife he leaves a son Henry anda daughter Mrs Mollie Wills at Terre Haute Ind The deceased was a highly respected and popular and neighborly citizen and was a member of the Christian Church IlALii After a short sickness Mr Ab Hall aged 02 years died at his hcme in this county near Judy on Wednesday morning June 9 1909 He was a native of Powell county By industry and attention to business he was suc cessful and was a prominent farm er He moved to this county about 4 years ago and bought the Van Thompson farm On Friday morning a special car carried the family and about 35 friends to his old home town Stanton arid at thpi Halfplpt udarltotutf funeral service was held by Ref R A Irwin of the Presbyterian Church The party spent the afternoon and returned jiorae aj 7 oclock He is survived by his wife and seven children Mrs D B Skidmore Mrs Bernice Clay William EyereJt hplpasr James and Rex The family hare the sympathy of many friends Large assortment of 10 and 1250 Suits Some new effetcs to show you Punch Graves At no time during the years of Mill Remnant Sales at Newmeyers did the crowd equal that of last Saturday All livery stables are making special arrangements to take care of the crowd on June 28 29 30th If you are not particular about your clothes why you are not looking for us Walsh Bros J ThE SIGK f Joe J Chambers of Menefee is dangerously sick with erysipelas Joe Coons of Spencer has been confined to his home for about two weeks A vote for Nelson Wills is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes It Plenty clerks to wait you at Newmeyers Big Mill Remnant Sale You know SteinBloch clothes are the best Walsh Bros See our display of Tub Cravats and Youman Straw Hats Punch Graves 0sLSi4bm beltlt4Q 0G4000 RELIGIOUSo 3WOCOCO o0 oeoeve oe The meeting at Howards Mill by Rev E E Dawson will con tinue through this week every nightRev L DeWaganeare formerly of this city has been appointed pastor of St Pauls Catholic Church in Lexington and Rev Win Punch reared in our city will take charge of the new parish created in Lexington Judicial Bonds executed with out delay by T F Rogers Bond Agent Big doings on June 28 29 30th Dont fail to come to Newmey ers andsee the many big bargains Pajamas that put you to sleep 1 to S3 Ask to see the West Point Punch Graves LOSTOn Monday night be tween the residences of J G Trimble and C W Nesbitt a ladys white lace hemstitched handkerchief Return to B W IrirmleV for Sale Three sows and pigs One a Duroc Jersey The pigs of the other two arc red Asa Bean for Sale or Exchange A twoseated carriage rubber tires in good condition Apply to Mrs J W Heddwi Roofing Henry Judy will save you money on all heavy roofing especially galvanized 49tf Church Property Sold The Baptists of Paris IJt have sold for 0000 their church property to a New York iirrn which willopen a 5 and lOc store At no time during the years of Mill Remnant Sales at Nowmeyers did the crowd equal that of lust SaturdayStetson and Youman Hats ox elusive with Punch Graves Manhattan shirts at Walsh Bros A vote for J L Faulkner is a vote for Lucien B Greene for Supervisor of Turnpikes it r tlf 1I Get What Yout 14 1 Pay For I When you buy a beayou must pay the price of one but what you get 1for your money only time will tell unless it bears this mark Iron Beds IY andtsire to X25 Caarotead 10 Yoart If it is a Sanitirc you KNOW you have full valuethe very most forb JsecurelyJ proofhave j jIThe great variety of Sanitaire designs and finishes enables you to selectIone that is different and in harmony with your room Come in and See our Large Line We give a tenyear guarantee certificate with every Sanitaire Bed 9 1 w A Sutton Sons tFURNITURE and UNDERTAKING fi Corner Bank ad Main MT STERLING KY if 1L Wtf411d SOCIAL EVENTS While visiting at Georgetown Miss Katherine Spence Herriott was entertained at dinner by Mr Spence Carrick On Tuesday evening thej i Masonic Lodge of this city gave their annual reception Tl e young ladies of the Christian church servedrefreshments We go to press before the hieeting A program of exercises was not fur nishedI i i Miss Eula Perry while oil it visit to Lexington was the recipient of many social honors Miss Mary Spencer entertained Sayre Col lege with a charming buffet lunch eon in honor of Miss Mayo Combs and her guests Miss Perry of Mt Sterling West of Texas and other visitors There were about 40 guests Tqrnado Insurance written by iiF Rogers Remnants of calico only 3 cents a yardat Newmeyers sale See our 15 and 18 Suits beautiful patterns Punch Graves Costly Popularity Frances cruiser Leon Gambetta Is named after the famona politician who died on December 31 1882yln the times of his Intense popularity Gam betta had an experience which he was wont to tell against himself In Paris admirers unyoked his horses and dragged the carriage to his house Gambetta would narrate this with an air of pride and he would add with smile But I never saw my horsei gaialI Merely a Suggestion During tho dinner hour on board a steamer the other day a passenger was much disturbed by the vulgar way in which the man who sat next to him ate his meat At last after watching him pick a bono In a very primitive fashion ho could control his feelings no longer and turning to the offend ing party he said Dont you think you would be more comfortable if you took that out on tho mat TltUits Barbarous English Custom Boys in the west of England believe that by squeezing a mole to death be tween the hands and touching the affected parts with tho blood that oozes from tho mouth of the dying animal warts will disappear and will not reappear The culpritft are convinced that moles worms and other subterranean dwellers have no feelings and therefore It is not cruelty to put them to death In this way Wise Rats Tho depredation of rats In his chicken yard caused Harry A Lehr of York Pn to spread rat poison be neath the floor of his chicken coop Instead of eating the poison the rats removed it to different parts of the yard The next morning It was eaten by tho fowls as a result of which Mr Lehrs flock of chickens is largely decreased Refuse to Stay Down Says the Philosopher of Folly That man succeeds who when he gets the worst of It always tries to make tho best of it a4 RESOLUTIONS Of Ml Sterling Tent K 0 T M- On the Death of Sir Knight Alphonse Schlegel VHKUKAS It has pleased the Great Commander of the Universe to remove from our earthly Tent mid fellowship oar highly esteemed Sir Knight and Brother Alphonse Schlegel anti to initiate him into the sublime Knighthood our Great Camp above therefore we his herebyteeord in1isI here wish to testify to his sterling worth and splendid rectitude of conduct as a citizen and his true devotion and loyalty to our cause and Tent as a Knight of the Mac cabees of the World and we here by tender our profound sympathy to his sorrowing family That these resolutions be record ed in the record book of our Tent and published in the Mr STERLING ADVOOATK 11 R HAINLIXK T H BHUNNKR W 0 MOOUK Committee a Business Mens Club The Club at its meeting on Friday night appointed commilteo to confer with the L N oflicials relative to the building of a rail road from Paris to this city also a committee to talk with Central Kentucky Traction ofiicials at Lexington relative to an electric road Full particulars later Interest in the college enterprise was reviewed The members present pledged nearly 500 of the small amount necessary A loca tion will soon be decided The committee are completing the fund and we hope to report next week that active workof construction has begun Each of these three enterprises menus much for our city and county and should be re ceived enthusiastically Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets will brace up the nerves banishsick headache prevent despondency and invigorate tic whole system Sold by all dealers n5t Did you see tho crowd at the opening sale Saturday at New mpyers See our X15 and 18 Suits beau tiful patterns Punch Graves Remnants of calico only 3 cents a yard at Newmeyers sale T MI is the shoe that is selling Walsh Bros Belts and Invisible Suspender at Punch Graves t1 A 14 Jqll tt ri 1 1 1y r 11 s Mrol thaw + 3 ri J I n 1tJ ilyi- FoOiiiI ik rwal+ Yy a f I i Vh t iIIIt tr f1 It p i SKINNY GOT EVEN I jjfifi FAT MANS MIRTH BROUGHT fO A SUDDEN END Things Moved When This Particular WOHI Turned Always Well to Know Just with Whom JokingIThe thin man waited on the corner for the car His overcoat was tightly buttoned across his narrow chest and Its collar jutted out behind like the rim of a funnel His hat was pullec down until It rested on his ears and looked as though It had been Intended1 for some one with a head four sizes larger than his His eyes were re and his nose was blue and his mus tache was about half icicles with hi frozen breath Under each arm h held an assortment of packages he was going to take downtown with himThe fat man came blustering along and stood on the corner also His overcoat was thrown open to the wind The thin man looked at him with eyes that had the appearance of two 81119 buttons The fat man looked at the thin man ani1 a wide Joyous smile stretched itself across his features Some snow aint it 1 he shouted Jovially his fat sides shaking as he contemplated the hunchedover attl tude of the thin man Some wind too Wow Aint she a corker Dont you like It Why dont you learn to like it S long as weve got it we inisiht as well like it huh OR Youre a sight you are You look like a ten cent thermometer you do Wish you could see yourself standing there with those bundles In your arms I bet your fingers are so cold they burn your gloves And your nose say it looks like a spoiled pickle And look at your hat Say the snow isnt doln a thing but slidln off It and down your coat collar Well you are a sight to be hold Ha ha Ho ho Hi hi He shook and shook and laughed and laughed until he had to lean against the lamp post to support him self and all the time the thin mans eyes grew redder and his nose grew bluer and his face grew whiter until Ow Ow Whazzamatter elledI the fat man as the thin man suddenly kicked his feet from under him and with a sidewise scrape of his own foot shoveled a lot of snow Into the fat mans eyes and ears after he fell The conductor of the car that stopped j at the corner at that moment won dered somewhat why a large fat man was scrambling about in the snow looking for cigars and pencils and things and why a shriveled thin man I with red eyes and a blue nose and both arms laden with bundles smiled merrily all the way down town al though the other passengers were deI manding that the car have more heat Chicago Evening Post a Suggests Lunch Menus A young woman a public schoolteacher In a New York suburb has formed a lunch club for the mothers of her pupils to assist them In putting up suitable school lunches for their I children She noticed that the majority Ii of her pupils brought a few cents to school each day and with the money bought their lunch at a shop near a by As a rule they bough the very I things they should not have One dell cate little girl made her lunch on three I pickles and a roll another on two chocolate eclairs for whlcn she paid five cents and a boy who seemed to have a healthy appetite would get a ham sandwich The teacher bellevinc t the trouble to be Ignorance ratherI than laziness has prepare a series of short talks to mothers on the need of good food for the growing child She will also give recipes and suggests lunch menus show how the lunch boxes may be packed attractively and whit necessary teach the way the various dishes should be cooked Mole Tequop Col Hugh IL Scott superintendent of West Point Is credited with being more familiar with the life and personality of the American Indian than any other living man Col Scott has had the confidence of the Indians withc whom he came Into contact ever since tho day of his first service in tho army at Kurt Abraham Lincoln Dakota He was appointed a lieutenant at that post in June 187C In thu round of garrison duty guarding a cattle trail through tho Comancho reserva I lion and regulating sooners on pub lic lands he made so thorough a of Indian customs and languagesstudyI ho became the best versed man In the Intertribal sign Ian guage by which tho Indian tribe speaking different languages cominuni cute To the red man Col Scott be came Molo 1ellllopUw man who talks with his hands Hamptons Magazine 4 4Same Old Style of Cooking Prof Snaggs Strange theres boon no Improvement made In cooking In the last 2000 years Now down at mu boarding house thla morning I had a steak broiled in the regular Porn polan styleBoggaPompelan style How do you mean 1 Prof Snaggs Why scorched to a cinder on one side and covered with ashes on the other A Color Tragedy Why does Miss Fashlonplato look BO black I think it is because she Is blue over the yellow outlook for her plua teL Yam lPSNr t l 77Cbft missloa frS MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT AXNV MAY TURNER Ac PUT f YH 1 AS W TUOSIIJOX itianiUn te Pit i Notice of Sale InKqulty IU virtue of a Judgment and Under of Sale o ihu MiMiitfonitirj Iirotiit Court tendered at the April Term limit Uie MiL in the iiuovv CHUM the 11I1elUIIIIIIIIon tho 21st Day of June 1909 11t I oclock 110 in or thereabout Joln Court days iwHee1 to utter fur sale at Paw c Auction cisdmouths at Me Steilins 1C the property imntiuncil l in the itscountyey hlainna lUmnt two acre or riud with H smalli ttwellin thereon and mete ami iiounded time Irginmug ia stone In the middle oftneMt letiingundGItesy Lick 1IIIIIIIk io1Coiner with John H Jlncon tliencn Nult6Tlulestoi a iiuim mtticururr with same thence o S3 W 1111111i to the middle of xaid turnpike corner with tame thence with the middle of same N iiiI E 21 poles nnd S 74 K 5 poled and N tJ K X pole and xiHj K9 polesj aud 464 K 434 lulesrolii Ixjruininjr cwitainini acre tOll Miuare IHIHOC liuil and belnn thp saute tract of land coiiveved to Miiry H lloya by Mariah Itoyd etc by deed doted March 2J IItfti and recorded in deed book II page 170 of the Montfr meiy County Court The itirchi er will be required to give bond with uppruveU security for the payment of the pniuhne moiiev to liiiveI the force and effect of a leplrvln Ixiiui IteaviiiK lellllil iiueiet from the day of sane nccordiiiK to law lltdiicia will b- eIIIilnnllo comply with these terms A lieu i l on the land sold til all the put chase money Is paid Itond payable to Master Commissioner 1OHX A JUDY 478t Master CnmmlMioner 3L C C Commissioners Sale MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT J T KOsTKR etnl PIRe ARCH 1JOTT anti MAGOIK NOTTS Wts Notice of Sale in K iulty By vim ate of a Judgment and Order of Sale ol tint Montgomery Circuit Court rendered at tho April Tent 1 OHI thiieof in the ubov elitist the undersigned will on the 21st Day of June 1909 At 1 o clock p illfl thereabout being Ourt lay proceed to oiler fur saltI at Iublu Auction to the highest bidder on a credit of C IIIIIIthllI at the I unit louse door in the city o tI turlinj Ky the property mentioned In the judgment to wit A certain tract of land situated lu Montgoni cry count1 Kv OH the witter of Slate 1 ruck and known lie this dower allotted to Mnry Keith widow of Itiuh Kuitli by an action In thIMontgomery County Court therein n r Keith 111Iderundanis allllllllllmellt l now I11I11 in said County Court Clerks ofllcu in hk So I of date Jiimmrv i17 btu and on page 101 to le In clusive ami Winded and d IihllIs follows llexinning at 15 at Quistiiiuerryii southwest turner ami Razors sonlheaet goatee hence w IItb- said KazurslineN BSIJ VV7i ioien to orncfJot IlimaN thenru with his llnu X M SIO W si iiii puler lit a small hiekory thence N w4 WIi Mtw to It point nl worm fence Ilitnei same coiu e IU poles mute in nil 2olii polai to set none HI iciici thence with llnu of lot No 4 SI j rIitt s lo1tdeai tau sot stouo in drain theiico with line of lot Sodri FpzIIK wi pules I to a eet tone on lim of lot 01 thence SIIIsII tIIi ioiei to n set tulle thence with I N Ill st a polee to the beginning 11111111111111c titaeltw3reols and til 1pulse of gain luau out ynn tciot an ntreerprcaaly rtvwrvidloragravu yitid with reaonable right of ingre n and vinvn j Itllllllel from the same and the ane foot tile is out i gold Tho purchaser will lie reiiiircd hi give bond with aiuirovul teeuritv fur the payment of time Duiduic to have the force and uQccl of iiiplerin lamb bearing legal intuvcst grow the day1 of sale accmdlng 10 law Haiders will be prmmrud to comply with these terms A lien will IHI rulaiiiiMl on the land sold till nil the pur j chiipu money jis paid llond payable to Master iomniisslonir JOHN A JLDY 47at Master CommissionerI I MI G C Commissioners Sittings I J I MONTliUMKKY CIKOU1T COURT W 3L JLirfOIIK Kxoctttor o Ilaintiff vs I IAS CUIIKOlLKSr tt Defendants and Ollisolllllld Actlonf 110l Iirldittidv4 MARY M1 iAIUAOllKK Defendant Nntlcp Iis liiroby given thut f will bORln my ittinKt Ito the nbovo styled eauso at lilystiles in Mt Merlin Ky on June 2lIt Ifiu and will nume on September let lii- AH i persons hIIJllclalUclllllt the estate or Mrs Ellen Gill jiit ir as sll are hereby iiotillcd in lursrur eb o to me prujwrly provun Viitliir Hui1 tu JOHN A JUDY 47 It 3lnslccumtailaer U C A CIIAaMtNQ AND SfiNSIBLS NOVELTY fllchastdbmiiYoui BIRTH MOUTH ITS STONE JAM lIlYUiruvt JtlV Iluliy- FEIIIUMUY AmftlijU U III Wr3t jjn Jrn nr JUIICIt 111jotUrlI11 NnrJnn roArlllL1JbmonlICrotrUOplJlUYEnIII fllIImrOIJrai15f IS IIICr3IIIJIIhrqn uLe We link ties K int t In sizes ki suit Irken with sill r ol above Hirili fkonos In Solid Gold setting 100 nu9lpiid Write for our Coroiilotj 1Klnic Cji ilK C P BARNES CO Watclumkcrsanc Silversmith 501506 W Market St Louisville Ky Different Now A man who sent us a poem begin ning When twilight dews are falling fast upon the rosy lea has since married Rosa Leo and now the weekly dues are falling faster upon him BOUABONCOUNTYNOItTII 1I While at work in a Hold on the farm of 0 0 Clarke near this place on June 9 at 3 p iih Ber tel Ransom colored aged 342 was struck by lightning and instantly killed also two mares hitched to plowMrs Meag Harrison of Washington D 0 daughter o j Mr and Mrs Charles Men sail ed from New York Saturday for Europe Walter Meng who iis attending the law department of the University of Virginia has re turned for the vacation and willI be with his parents Miss Oda Kash left last week for an extended visit to her sister Mrs Phipps in Chanute Kan Miss Sarah Jones hadns her guests last week Misses Mamie Powell of Mississippi and Margaret Day of Winchester Judge H C Smith has been ap pointedchairman of the steering committee for securing the right of way for the proposed Interurban Railroan from Winchester to Sharpsburg via North Middletown PARIS A list complied by Judge Mann shows the names of sixtynine sur vivingi Confederate soldiers now residing in Bourbon county Misses Mara Bacon and Frances Butler left last week for a threemonths tour of England j Scotland Ireland France Germa ny and IftilyI They will land at Naples The firm of Thomason Collins Redmon of North Middletown 5 are operating fortylive bluegrass I seed strippers They have 7000 acres of pastures in Bourbon from which they expect to gather seedl Charles S Brent Bro will operate fiftylive machines Stuart DBrien 1 thirty and Maher Burke ten- President Wilson of Princeton I sends this message from the Uiii crsity to the homes of America I There are more honest occupa tions than teaching if you cannot teach When once we have the gracious assistance of fathers and mothers we shall educate their sons Given that assistance in a jeneration we will change the entire character of American education And it must be changed That is all brue Half of the edu 1 cation must go on under home influences Home authorities must cooperate withI theI authoritiesI of theI u1lerslttECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES he quickly cured by LLMOa clean iquid for external use ZEMO is the lest known remedy for the instant relief pimpleslandrufIor scalp diseaserFor sale everywhere Write for le E W Rose Medicine Co St samb KOK 8AFK 1JY W S TTOYI 4 I The Rev Dr Edward Everett Hale chaplain of the United states Senate died at his home in 1 ioxbury Mass Thursday I t I 1 e v NervousWorn If you are in this condition your nerve force is weaktilep- ower is giving out the or gans of your body have slowedup and do theirwork tojdo the work required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves are wreak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stom theIkidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervine will do it because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was all broken flown I was nervous wornout could not steep and was In constant pain I doctored for months and finally the doctor said he could do nothing for me I began taking Dr Mlles Nervlne and used altogether eight bottles and I became strong and healthy and now wehth 170 poun H C CUNNINGHAM 10S Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pa Dr Miles Nervlne IIs told by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It fells he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart I4 Young Man Drowned Cecil Williams a lineman in the employ of the Old Kentucky Tele phone Company and residing in Winchester drowned Wednesday afternoon while attempting to cross Stoner creek three miles south of North Middletown Will iams had been sent to repair telephones on the farms of Nelson and William Gay Stoner creek was bank full as the result of heavy Williams had to cross the stream to get back to Winchester He made the attempt and as he neared midstream his horse and wagon disappeared in the strong current down stream Williams land the horse were both drowned rlvrwrwwrti +r vnrnmn rel Buy your coal and reed J from Moore Scott Corner I of Bank and Locust I Homa Phone 37 E K 24 wrw Thirty Cents Duty on Wool Waste The Senate adopted the finance committee amendment restoring the Dingle rate of 30 cents a poundon wool top waste and other wastes The Senate rate was 20 cents Progressive I Republicans voted with the Democrats against increase sReports front 1m1t1cnulIr show that the damage done by cloudbursts will reach 26000 Boats and log rafts on Kentucky iver were swept away withmany Tiviflic on the L N railroad was tied up because of a bridges being washed away Six year olI Lucy Whittaher of Jes samine county was swept out of her mothers buggy and drowned before she could bo reached I al + 4aa ere 9aal J rii o + pn I L i fI PrewittA Howell If l y IYav t obi Pennsylvania Lawn Mowers Blue Marvel Lawn MowesI Hoosier Lawn flowers 3 Indiana Lawn flowers 1 a Rubber Hose 9 Hose Reels Sprayers Nozzles Etc a Prewitt Howell v L J r JfJff t r tf J I t I JUST WHO ARETHE ENQMSlHt London the Center of a Mighty Em pireVaet Population If this question Who are the English were asked either of the ayer age Englishman or of the average American visitor to England the an swer would probably be both Inaccurate nnd confusing The average Eng lishman knows little of the origin of his race and Is not of the mental makeup that sets much store by such matters in any case and the Anier lean pays little heed to anything ex cept to what comes directly under his notice as he travels about to and from London aa his center London itself Is a city of some four million six hundred and odd thousand inhabitants It Is a small nation In itself The total population of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is only 43660000 1906 But London Is not England The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Is not England with Its total area of 121000 square miles No what the world knows as England is the British em pire which Includes time above and In addition some 11400000 square miles and a population of about 410000000 The known surface of the globe Is es timated at about 66000000 square miles Its toUl population Is believed to be about 1800000000 Tho British empire therefore occupies more than onoflfth of the earths surface and its population is also more than onefifth or about 22 per cent of the Inhabitants of the globe That is England In Asia they have a population of some 237000000 in Africa a population of some 31000 000 In America a population of some 6000000 In the West Indies some 2000000 In Australasia some 5500 000 and so on When you walk the streets of London therefore you are In the capital of something over one fifth of the world These gentlemen In clubs and offices and In the streets are masters of the world There must be a groat many of them and they must be very wonderful men one says to oneself No the population of Great Britain and Ireland is as we have seen only about 43500000 and what of themScribnersD- ead Horse Came to Life If a man wants to encourage calami ties that sometimes result In miracles all he has to do Is to send a son to college and present him with an auto mobile declared the father of a young man now in his second year at one of the big universities That boy of mine was likely to bankrupt me with his calls for money to pay damages to and by his machine until I wrote him that in future he must cover all such expenses out of ills allowance which Is about ten times what my father gave me when I went to college For a time there wasnt a single demand from him but the other week he sent me a telegram like this Wjre me 300 Immediately Have killed a mans horse Of course I said things unfit to repeat and finally telegraphed him Demand exorbitant Will be on tomorrow to compromise Imagine my amazement in view of the horses late demise at receiving within two hours this inexplicable re ply Dont trouble to come Horse recovering So Sudden Smithers was paying a rather formal evening call which he mentally prom ised himself would be the last He had never cared for Mabel anyway he told himself and the last few days had dispelled the last illusion In the midst of a conversation which lagged t horribly ueapilt Mabels loquacity the doorbell rang Too bad said Mahel as she came back from listening at the hall door its that horrid Jones Wliat shall I doSay youre out suggested Smith era Oh I promised myself the first of the year never to tell a story again But suppose I say IIm engaged 1 And Smithers overcome by such a calamity in hesitating for a word was lost Excusable Mrs Charlotte Perkins Oilman speaking In New York recently said What is a woman Nothing but thlij female 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