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MM IESTA1ED Ir t f 1fr IN1A83 I J f J Ii1 J NiW U1ESYOL XVI NO 26 Viu l PRACTICAL DENTISTOfice zpr JI ayoaBarbez r f fital workatafeasonalfleprices I q iiIwork guarntee dfcv PRINGIEr4r KY iOOR DIRECTORY t 0-PltlNGFIIJpI couatj seat o- i11rbCtoa f Coistv52 miles south ast oL iwfctlwgton SL Jpjles Iron ttOnUrUtc WBardstowi ol j XfMiitYiUe aad Nashville m lroadin a fiirmisKi akt affricaltwral district M jr Banks telegraph and telephone lO express bice flour milislumber jirit Popt ation 1700 populatIon of wmiity 15000 t lt presentatiYeiu Congress Bon Bea Johnson Bardstown Ky Representative in Kentucky Legisj nfirei Hpn W C McChord Represcmtatiye in State Seate Hon GQ Jaryis CambeirsvlleKv tit rOuRIy 9lrectoy CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins Oil the fourth H r d4y is February May indQcto or I IIS Thurman Judge LDurham Commonwealth At tOM Y Bpb ANo Clki4Jt G I eachmao Master Commiss ewer QUARTFRVJ4OTJT Quarterly Court is held on tile third Monday in eaqh month v i Br Iitsey Judge h OUNTY OURT oanty Cotrt meets 6m the fourthi i VT4Qday in 6ch mouth BJjLltseYjJudge iWT Booker CoutCICk S Mayea County Attorney bsorgeCatlett Jailer f Sidney OBDournc Sheriff Asderaon 0 Dick lsbam I HjrberiEddleman 1j Deputie- tJd Masters Barnes F Moore County Surveyor P OBIAsse s0r 1J YiVWTf ilitchcli Deputy J bertNoeTreasure- rliiontgomerY Ooroner JT- nW Bush Supt Of Common mohooli PO Springfield t 1CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judgeo t Jon GracelMarSha1V t lJji Origsby City Attdrney ii LLI 1V JUSTICE COUKTv K IUjCe Courts are held In January i p andOetobor ro Church Directory CHIJRCHVBTHODIST RevG S King Pastor cr vkcsl very Sunday tItanlatid pm SundaySchool every Sunday aUa ir Prayer m eHng every Wednesday J aight f CTKOL1CCETRCHI RTVF Hennessa Pastor Set iioes fftycrf Sunday at Blind 1OocI c- SamSeViCS atSt4oeSame hour PRE BYTERIANI3HURCB j RfV RIVEV9 ILnvson Pastor Preaohlnfif every Sunday at 11 am tpd at 7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 jPrayci n ulhi t Vary Thursday evepliiif nr70lI lt 1fjr BAPTST CHDRCH Rer iW mHJtrrison WilLiams Paator 1f Preaehingevery Sunday t1 an and 745Sunday School everv St1ndayjOtaYet cetini vary Taeftday evenhiff at 74oocloc y OHBISTIAN CinmCH RCVVVW t r F Wolf Pastorer r icesSrst aiidfourth Sunday Sunday fr kfr1D r rateiitaICrcrL- ttt lXstViC LonGEt3pn f 1iLu Ictf- VtflCCtVVoj first audi thijd Bfttraj- T 1 racfr mintb lMhiBtonRAoChaier No 57 tevsvery second Tuceday 111tertolrth111 n KqiGs orgi MAcAax4s l t Vt n iticl m 4VV- II I I QCream Vermifuge THE GUAAItEEl WORM REMEDY r yrisc te1 1Ii f B 15I1risow Liniment Co V MO 1 tf 11E DWJG 3TCRE j t T1t8 NEfL r w l SIRiNGFIED WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 2 F I9G9 I kbweV t iJiJOBSERVATIONS jI BakinDay VHaveyouSend me up a peck Kind that reaches ah tjie WaYVVVT Round behind your neck Send adoienbffxeaof o Best assorted cheerV v Also twenty quarts ot love Must be Warm andVG1arV Happy thoughts anapleaeantwords Mix em good and strong VKindBuring into so g oX Jcindliness LV Free from flaw and chi1Jr1 And two dozen acktVOt the best good il1VSend toe all the charity W r You canrightly spare L And a box of sympathy5V5sV Pizenness to care jV Tys iis bakinxday ndI4Vj f OHave4 sort of plan For my fellow man y John Kendrick BangsnSuccess Magazine X t isr Gpop SHAPE Washington county 4njoys a distinction not common to all countifs of the StatefItis out off debtS This is certainly a fortunate thing f9rthe people of the county inasmuch as prosperity s much mor6 in evidence where there is felt no oppression from de tTaxes are lighter anther is more opportunity for public imprciyemtiio The times by no means forgotten when the county knew what it wgs to have a heavy bonded debt hang ing over it This by skillful management on 4he part of those in cofltrol of the financial interests of the county bas all been paidsq hat the county now has nothing In the way of debt to contend with except thq natural expenses mcidpnt to the proper conductof ihe coun tys irsA few tyears ago before the bonded debt was paid the tax rate was muchbigher than now Notwithstaoding the fact hat the present tax llevy JS small considering the expenses of onducting the fiscal affairs the county and the rod fund several improvements of con siderable magnitude have been made TtJ reare very few streams fan y size that are not spanned by a bridge The peo PIG of the couniy are enjoying the blessings incident to this condition of affairs A tax bur dened county lsnot prosperous and its people must bear its burdens Reall estate is more hI demand in the county than pre vious tothe discharge of the bonded debt couiequeotIy1the pricebf latd has soared in the past few years Men from other counties have come here to purchase land realizing that a prosperous county makes prosper outspeopleV BUNDAd CnpMuchpf D the wheat crop will be liar vested this week if the weather permits Reports frpm various sections of the State indicate that the crop will be somewhat shOrt because ot injuries re- sultingfrum scab w Tf While there has been some in jury from this cause in parts of Washington couty the crop is generally good and a large yield is expected The yield- per acre in the county has been considerably increased 6y the attention the farmer have given to securing clean seed wheat The yield for thepast two years has been much better than for several years previous to that 1time this yeas promises to be the equal of jitsV two prede cessors J tt I Tj OPtjLAR The press of the JJa State Jias been busy during the past few months advocatinp the nomination of the Hon Ben Johnson by themocrariep4rt1 r for Governor Thee iodorae- inents by the press must certainly7 Johnspnbclcj unsoughtbv111lm VSCUkflOW that he JsXnot a man nottma l rira n r a whom OIIICI kks He receiyed Athe position h4pv holds not because he sought anominatlort so much as i jVS11 that Jt was llitj unanimous voice Vof tire people of his district callt ing upon him to be theiricandi dateV Hfe has truly graced the seat which he now fills and has made a Congressman of wh n11 not only the Fourth district may justly fqej proud but the entire Sfae as WilL Itt testinfony f the fact that Kentucky is prOI Ii tllathfrom all purts of the State for the position of Chief Executivei of tug State Presant appear ances iindicate that b- tonby S nomina his party for that offlct in 1911 is almost a certaitiy Hftis InokedVt by th Democrats of the State as the man lqeDState rthe it 1 rHows This x T fWc otTer One Efundred Dollars Reward fr any case of Catarrh that coniiot be Cured by jjalls Catarrh Cure 4F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 vWe the undrsiguedhave known Pi J Chen6for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honerable in all business transaction and finan daily able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm Walding Kinnau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 6 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally jacting directly uponthe blood- and mucous surfates of the bottle Sold by all Druggists ofTake Halls Family Pills for con stipation Notice to Taxpayers City Taxes are now due and the penalty willattach on all city taxes that are not paid prior to July 1 19091 The tax books are pow in 0the B Cain Treasurer and all taxpayers are hereby notified to call on him at the First Nationall Bank and pay their taxes before July 1as the penalty win attach ortthatpaylUn der th4 Ordinances of the City noJon will callon you for your taxes but you are required to call on thcity treasurerVJohn W LewiVMayors JBranch Banks Illegal lh Frankfort i Y15tune 17 Secretary of State EfenL Bru ner scored a yictoryipday when the Appellate Cowrtj handed down a decision holding the operation of branch banUsirt Kentucky illegal The case wj s jthat of Bert LV Bianer Secre tarVofState against the Citr zeos Batik of jShel by viljej the court reversing the FrankLin Circuit courtVt The decision affects every branch banking institution in tlie state and Dr Brunei says they must now either beHquiI dated or become incorporated asseparate arid distinct institutions ItThere are some twenty live branch banks in khe State and these must now co nfolui to the statutes as construed by the Courts decision Secretary Biu nfer issued a ruling several months ago that branch banks were illegal and must not bper ate but a number Of the parent institutions Co n ducting t h e sistIthe rolingv Under an agree ment with Dr Bruner theSjiei byville inStitution which con ducts a bi anch at Wuddj insti tuted a friendly suit in the X lin Circuit ourt THerearematiy imitations Dd Vitt Garbolizea Witch Hazel SalveDc Witts is the origitial Be sure you get D Witt3 qarbolized Witch Hazel Stflve vhett you ask for It It is jjodj for CUtSIJL1CISV and bruises and p1dblieaoross Lexington KyMfjJun 18 Former State Senator AlexH Hsirgfs 6rmer lydf Jackson but tow a resideriof this city has purchased ticgeneralmer chandise stbre residence apd other real titdOfhis brother the Tate Jydge James Hargis at Jackson The price paid for the properly is saidto be about 05000 and he hR turnec itoyer to TTJoy d Day who Jhas Mong llease1 on both the relide oelaiid- T stb1 tuildingfe Maintain Soil Fertility ii 1 No farmer ought to bCsatis tied with leaving his farm a lit t ptt0r off He pnght to supply tb- thatft he takes from the soil in another form Consider the soil of ynur farm as your bank You mustt put Jut j it a little wore than you take out of it ifryou wantitf preserve yolir credit and protect your future t LSDo not be satisfied faf to be a ooi farmer you jnust I know what the best fai mers are doing everywhere and the best farmer either throiigh corns mercjal fertilizers or through domestic fertilizers orj through their plant crops are fenrichmg their sops year by yeaiji Kiimember liaLwitberchi crop- you hiarvesl you a talrenV some ingredient out if the jsoilj that must be replace iitjouv are going to maintain the rer iIi i ofI ycurfarm 1Intelligent tillage intelligent farming leaves tfain b tterI every year after you harvested your crop but jif yoti are constantly arawing on thfi reso r ces of fertility and putting nothing in its place the value of your farm will steadily de cline Cultiyate crqps therefore that increase tbesoils fertility farm wisely and sag ci usly wastl nothing then add to the 1ert1HzClt s with your county conventions acid societies with the director of youjr exper mel tal station Find out what yonr farm needs und give it what will make the next years croptt greater Home and Faun Episodes in Reall Life A lady intent on raiding some chickens purchased some eggs for the purpose She inquired t ofafrierd How long the eggs I should renrain under thy hen and the friend replied ThreeII vv eks fori chickens and four j weeks for ducks Sometime latter they met again and the friend asked how the chickens had turned out After three weeks ItI looked and there t svereno chickens so I tdbkthe hen away as I did nt want t dnck5V a Say Does you buggy need painting Call on AV 0 Kiml bal at the old Casey shop Pistol Duel VVTAD men who had loVr nourished a grudge againsli QaShj othPlUlltllIt reached a tage l when both had solemnly d clar ed that the other must ihVmet in Al James saloon ll1 ijouis ville about 580 oclocli and aftef an enangeVbfiIot words opened fire with revolvers utiiIc they both fell in bell lllU sand died a few moments laier The aCtOrS in this tragedy wfere Prank a Stigijer chief of detect vesof of the Kentucky aui Iidiana i Bridge and Kail radj Company and a former member of theI Louisville notice department and William T CEarles a for mer switch foreniiri fOjrthe same corporation The dath duel wasfought inside the ialoon and the only witness was Al James the proprietor vho fell to the Jloor behind the bar when the exchange of shots began Stigr ger died in the Jand I Bridge and Railf oaid Company s hoptt tat car while it was whirling to wards Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital while Charles endl J came in a patro wagon a short distance from the SCOfl eof th6 double killing L5 CQNSTITlJTIONAL Is New School Law Saysii CdUrt9fAppealsV Frankfort Ky June 18 Forty counties in Kentucky are in grave dangerof bavin no country schools for one year after July 1 and unless prompt Ration is taken the cause of edu gallon in Kentucky will be struck aj serious bow Even though lhd deeisiunheCour t Appeals to day inStcaseiyin rOf Jvngthecttsti ution 1ity o f thebeY1choollaw woe favona = be to the f fcausfe of education and means ii big victory for the common schools ther is sfill dangeV Iotheschools in many of the Icounties Unless thej Fiscal ourts of the counties where iiOilevy for Ischool purposes hs s been made make a levy before Fuy l ot this year or suit is b Quglit bef re that tjme to force them to make aI levy no levy can be made Iin those counties fpr schooj pijrpo sestIfor one year and this mean that the schools would have no1 janitor service eat or or anything else necessary to conduct a sfcioof except teachers They wdulc be in the position of having teachers withoutany plaoe to tpach the children Three points of great iiropor nee wtre decided by the Court olf Appeals in constitutionality UPhOldinjthe hool lawarid the State can4ake advautage of this decision to improve the condition of the county Schools Whetheh or not all the counties aviii thpmselves lot the opportu pity depends entirely on the counties and the time of making the levy for school purposes Thin first and most important point atcidd by thecourt todiiy was thjit the law was onstitu tiohal That of course was the basis of the whoe decision and everything depended on that one point The second point of Tmportancfi was the cburfcV holding that a mandamus would lie to force the Fiscal Court to make the levy and the third point was the right of the Cpun iy Board of Education to determine just how much money was needed by the schools The last point was the one dn which there Was most dojjvbt It was contended by those who oppose tnf law that theTiscal Court of county could say that tie amount fixed by tbd County Board pf Education was too aige undthat that muchmoney was not needed But the Court of Appeals says that the County Board of Education has the right and power to say how much may boi needed and that the Fiscal Court must niake a levy that will raise the full amount asked for by the board Lived 152 Years Wni Parr Englands oldest man arried the third time at 120 work d iii tbc fields till 132 iud lived 20 years longer People should be outhful at so James Whrlgt 01 Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feeljust lHJfc a sixteen yearold boy he Vr tcsaftertak ing six bottfcs of Electric Hitters For thirty ybars Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first hot tie of this wonderful medicine con vincedl me Ihiid found the greatest cure on eat tb Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown qr old pdo 1leV Try them Slice Haydon RobertsOn Drugstorb Annual iSeed Wheat Fakir The season for the seed Wheat fakir has arrived We encountered the first specimen of the yerVthiO other day ills ap pearingis as certain as the com iing of ldog days He evident lyrapsa rich harvest for in two or three months he s makeS AYERS HAIR VIGOR H fDoesflotColor the Hairfl Ifalr fallingout Troubled with dindruff Want more hair An clegantdresslig- gredientsSulJhur Glycerin Quinln Sodium Chlorid Sage Alcohol Water Perfume r We believe doctors endorse this formula or we would not put it up tV AYERS HAIR VIGOR il3oes not Color the Hair- VJ0 lowoll SHxa I JenpuJ r farmer on which to live Tthe reV b1mgname for the variety he is to sell the next season He some time Operates through a mis named farm journal Agiin he uses a circular letierj or maybe he finds a belieVes seealealerwhoejtbetS come a party t3Vthe transaction His wheat ifyou believe him has just been discovered in Alas ka Russia Afghanistan or per haps our late President may bring thenextVariety from South Afriiva It is so rare apd scarcer thatnot more than a bushel or two can be spared to one man ntI batatttm5 o10 per bushel The Ja6t is he would prefer not to bell any bit as a benef actor to mall kind hie would let each community have a tar4i ter It is uo trouble for a farI mer to make two grains of wheat grow where one grew before if he ufeeSj his new val etvbi wheaL This is some f his t ilk ann Catches ja g eat many men Iit are willing to try a bushel l or so The farm journal inti tute lecturer and agriciltunii colleges have preached the doe- trineof J better sed selection and t jp njaiiy farmera take ttiis to meant higher priced wheat of1 unknown varieties instead hi well developed carefully hand It d clean seed of the well tried- t varieties The United State Government ha gone to grejt expense to esjablish and main tain experimental stations in every Satnn the CTniQu It j jtt within their province to try every new variety of wheat c brought fortff either in this country or any oihiar Most oil them dthisV Tie Kansas Exp riment Stay tion started with some 250 varieties jj and have discarded alftogether but about forty VOtc them Tbekentupkv Experiment Station has done about the samec Some years ago one variety will excel a few paundsper acre and then another varitty will take the lead It depends upon the t soil and tbe easonButtbf1rer are usually at each station Jour OF tive varjetis one of whichIS always in the lead The Kentucky Farmer there fore unhesitatingly says to its readers never buy a bushel oft seecl wheat qntil ybu know the experience of your E rperimenl Station wi h the oarticjalar variety of wheat offered you If you are told it is something new and has not been tried- t then set it down that the man offer iirg it to you is a fakir arid a swindler for any wheat with merit would be sent gratis 1t to these stations to prove its worth Commendationfrom them would mean any seedman s fortune Save those surplus dollars and invest it in some good firm books or journals and you will receive much greater returns than tf investE itr sortie seed wheat not adapted to your soi or cllmateThe Iji Far mer t Tho Big HeadV hs oftwo kinds copcelt and the blff head that comes from a eickhea aclje Does your bead ever feel likeij a i jOard and youc brain feeUoose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting on your liver with B tHarS Herblne bntlit worth trying f the absolute and certain relief youl get Sold by The Red Cross Drug StoreV A Hilarious But 5 enibJefourthI we Eubicontans always prided ourselves ph the fact that Rubicon was thE most patriotic town in the etatysays a cltizen- in Womans Home Companion for July A hardy individual from Capua once asked for proof Be was snapped up promptly by a leading citizen proof ehsaid he Why jast come out here with me and Ill show you proof that would convince a maty from Missouri See thsb ruin down thereat the corner just a chim ney sticking up into the air That was Docter Hawkins1 fine residence Cost ten thousand dolars The fire started fromja firecracker last Fourth Noticet the foundation hack of the large hpuse over tber f Fine barn bjuaed up there the StUOSdYV 1 Janother firecrackerSee thi gap in that row of cottages dow i I across the railroad Three of them wont up to years KO LooljatsteeplPV1Maybef blew itpit1 but youd be wrong Fourth oyquly got itncL we bad hard work toavetbschool house Icould show t ou llots more if Iliad time And then walk about and look at our people Why man alive there V fewer eyes and ears und fingers not to mention arjns md legs in proportion td the population than in any other town you cap find j all gone from firecrackers or toy pistols qr bursting can nons or in some such patriotic way Your town of Capua isnt in it I tellyoubYon lion roar ing Irhis den may b alright in his way but if the old Gnectan spirit isnt frozen in ypur 4ve na1 you mustgjeethut for pure pat riotism Rubicon leads the world The man from Capua shrunk way But the Rubiconians have at laHJ evolved a sensible celebra 4tionoisefestival for the little oys athletic gaaes a luujheonl lancing and closes with fireworks in the evening As toldI about nthe Womans Bom Companion it is avery attrac tive Fourthl Jury R turns Verdict j I IV i The special term of theMa rion circuit court calledi to trsJ the cases of the commonwealth against Watheo Mueller Convened Monday witfi the Hoi McKenzie Metes of Bowling Green sitting as special judge i The first case was conclude yesterday afternoon whew thd tt jury returned a verdict otHnol guilty The indlctmefit in thte ase hargesth defendant w ttI aving sold liquor without Jirense and is the same case that was tried by Judge Tuurmau ppealsribunallield that Judge Thm n had construed the Jaw car rectly but that hef should have vacated the bench because ol rhe affidavit filed by the defen ddtits The following citizens composed the jury which re curced the verdict ofUnot guilty Joe Cambron J D Evans T M Marple Will Eurris GEThbrnton Howard Blandford 9PriorSwiggettCR AS 0 Daniel John R Mahon John Barr and G W GoteV The names of these jurors were drawn from the wheelllnd bodyhatnave been Louflt1Their verdict was rendered honestly under heir oaths upon the tesimony qf witnesses as given in this trial CVIt is proper to kdd bertha ai the conclusion of the evidence for the Cpmmoawealih onTjtfes day the attorneys r the defen dants asked the court to instruct the jury to find the defendants not guilty which motion was argued Lgristlength but Judge Moss over ruled the motion supporting his ruling bY rdading from the Court of Appeals dectiioittbQI sectionjrt gravest importance in l Ibis case Judge Moss ruling auVtained in a ifcost emphatic manner Judge rhurman It nay be alsol remarked that at former trial of this case before J Judge Tburman one witneee testified that after the whiskey which was purchased from the defendants was emptied from the barrel the bwrr l W jii oel 0 the defendants the court Qlj appeals deciding this to be one strong fact tending to sbpw the guilt of the defendants But at the present trial the same wIt- ness said that his statement is to the sale of the barrel om tbe former trial was a mistake aid Ithat he never returned or sold said barrelVtO the defendants With this important fact out of the case Judge Moss still held that there Vas ufficjeQt eri itence ttd submit tektwju- ry thus strongly corro ec tine Judge Thurman The commonwH b will apflM thecSLetEpriVS l l 1ISV- V f tttmttSUBSCRfpjio I 44VI i JVS SV4 tf i iO Pyv 5 ii fOPEH LE1ZL To all Miners I Ke idcyi 2r JC1WWrtiij It Vf v 3C fF iThe Second feirJWHii ca palgii for public tNCltii4Ken tQ cky wiUlIf eoa- ffrom Monday JHB 28 ba Wit iecludtngl Saturday J Jctr h VTheby speakers Of excsiaiftIrty You know oethi f crf tbs great awakening tast rtIMresults have beta r1IrMHYMic im fi I asking joi to h reik vital part irie S pttpi Mr F a the mchoolsad ta gr s iLothis 2I de fwitaT Sy1 I HSunyclergymu itt tha CosaI m1nl eli psMoi J rcjpremcher or whatvsrhijthsamay be will delivH OIL ui iajr a tinhrst own church at heel MM addrese on Public Ed ftMi Ja it SSVKentucky I hope that your chirdm will j be especi lly deVsprJiti 1M4 v t 0 ialV music will be reri icril ball the childre rUiliei i fited to be preeent ad eipfCJAl iy that you will imvitii the pe rtntgand thjab siiMMIiidpfOr 5dfensional mei of the coaisViiWty It seems to me that jot Mie fuo better service foyc r fciiWi to your commMBitir l1rio 1 oivty than to participate e Mi=Y lt iisticarly thusin thiJeatioiValcampaigtf The regular speikets wltt b ifij gui their active wbrfcMMifrjy Jone S Ikfcbootiity wlflIsVL special Rally Df a alltTopenair m iliraIa UL adiVtionil apeakerfor the ee iliiii f The jflghtiscnthehad encouagfag Biibr j our logaDor the Bsy4i Rills and the Comqk1re 1 For anlnce ius4r movement in Ktetuckj now L miVeti truly ybrISVJ GL CAiii Spicisssd E tV VV uw Aust 1 13dyiPerryvhie t Aut 1sI ay ottI Danville AUjf 44 day Standford julyJM iysjj At i Hernrersoa 4 Julj2Vr 1 4jiy 7 JMadis t t WlncheeterSAugutV34iS4 i Jr t riBlueGrass Jr irLe 6daysV j Taylor9jII AuiisW4isysS Uniontows f t t August 14 Jpa t LawrenceHr A5st lT4 11 j LeItcbflelAug174s Bnrboursrllle pIt ltJdapsVBrodhead Aufbrt 111 y iv JShepherdavilte AufiwtwS Eaji p Ewing AuPat 14 iaji rShietbyvifle AUC1IIt 44 y 7y t SptIngeld t Augimt4- Vic j LonQn Auguet4 dys Fence Augnt 263 day l J j PSaiilFfort Augu3i3 Jy Hardlnjirg Aubt M4VJtTompidnavlhleSep5e er 1I 1 Perm CreekSeptber 14 4ajrc F Bardito1fSepteri 4sps t J HodeiyIlle Sebr 4 i 4 lMoVatlcehlo Sep4tbss T4 4 jGJ aco pbtra4STATE FAtE r4oUxwyUS SEPTEMBER 131DAY- LKilatoStop r tii 19S415 TIRe rant fs VjU JMM rf MM x Dtje ofGIadwi Mfch WM a TM aini ulcer He pItfes1 erw t 401 ttTSrr l leaf a Arjiik Salve ldIISe tb dISS 1 jtrndcur kIm Cares 7eSoJls JFelHrtt ECBM tImfjaiffcle for 1ls Cui CGha 3Sc L spra RrbieOSVDpicst ilp Ift ii ftt2i NOTiV f 1Siliiin J f OiTMcmtlM M J1 fi Ky r 1er y M 411 tO CUt tt UMlll ir r11M cIeua UP t 11I rod pIrTI j pI the sam 4F aM the hITsJ1 Jrrll d44alid wsas l 1MtCwkfeot st J wMrs tr i W f f UVtktbataagh LIe W7 I llpIIVte4L by RVi4 w T 7 c1 r t j 7 Jiw I THE NBWSLB7DeRf h1 i t ii RfAIIPJUMCWJiLDKY i pwr t pJN Pw J YJ JTJNJfc k1tl9 i i D lliaAIICTIII AM Circuit tLk1cI H THURMA N tI= wtMs AttyC iHILL GRAHAM cyJiiiL 14 UT1Y Cty ttoreyT ICAYES r cI lJJoaCIrcit chi4oBT tOE 1 J DIM01 uptjMt f 11ImmJaLI OtO jCATLTT kuurW T iITRi4Ia a gMDR4WL CJtDME 1tsyriWGi ROBERTS lbirWIIbvc t Mr Jo4 Xjtecb Hn audife t1 if ehttceh fort Sinday f aMTttMi with Mrs A B Wills t IffI Tfct Maxxjabe held Memorial srTi at tllpIace Sunday A 1rge crowd JVM petting with IbKitILu1 werk deoora the aYasOt tbir biot1sra- J Jlr T 3 Trent bit returned oMf after stteral days visit 1rlt IODt ADtioch4t Miy John B Robe and wife fcpMtSvDd y with In A B Ws4fc and family UriCm and Lit Grider Edd OfowWa Wl Welta and wift r attiiUd tbi K QTM de- corPirYiew Sunday after t JIOCL 1- Several Iron here attended Ifi Hrthdijjr dinner at Mr Dick Oohrint last Friday Borm to j the wife of Mr Mo land Deer Wt pound boy last Thursday Jka HtU girl of Mr Clifton ItidwtU was buried here Wed jtteday Bro AlmsUad conduc tCdfaSrlMrYiOis Weezteud detpett 4f mpathy to the bereav tdrfaibtr and mother Mrs John Parkins iis very sick atthkwrltting r Mrs Mary Reynolds and Mrs Sallli Hemdroa spent Sunday with Miss Delia McMillin MMS Sophia of Louisville is vkitUg Mrs Everett keeling this f c fiTJ Miller is In Louis- Yflit ibis week on business WMM1ht a C4 Wen If iyerl meed a cough medicin t iga1ksr wlit to retfdccIarr s Mr A L AUy of Beals leufor- aftertc tem otUes ot Dr KlagsI iHewpfeooyefy and seeing its exj ceBemt reeultslamvowa family and otlMTs Ia eoaviaced it is made for 1pCagk Celda aad laajf trouble livery oe wbo tries It feels just that way Relief IB lt at once and its t qukk cttre surprises you or i ittliAsthmaHemorhagc I Crop I aGrpfe Sore throat pain ii tW chMtorifmgs its supreme 50c ra1000 Trial bottle fret Guar aruteed fcf the Haydon and Rob ett F 4 View Mj and Mrs John Moore and family Mr And Mrs Ham Grigsbr and family Mr Ed Cbbain ani lamily Mr and Mrat tEd Moor and family and MrV Elia Moore dined wit Mr And Mrs Cplie Grigsby ft St4y- t JiJnd Jake Hines visi JobnnleHinesfBmMUy Who tias been very ill witkf faytrvb t we are glad TO report is improving sT1 HJwnbors o tthe New I flop church have called Rev f Hamiltpa to preach for them B wi1r preach the first and r thiSrndayin etch monthA- P I Bfb fltaM will preach at Hog Jt B ftchoolhouae Sunday after t ooi Bro Hines ia a promising oioK iiam anqwelis11 him II Godped Mrs J E SttTenson George 1Mosil Mrs Kate Shewmaker id r Ham Shehaa and Everett f Crt 4iaedi with Mr Mike TroM Suasy ftf You Never Gin Till jMMtljr tMi MUMC of year rkeu t iV aatII WtjS kao you have it jbp jita kiwif that SalkrdB Saow rLbMMMit riti cre it relteve thet aisrepUCM tt swelilag and 1Ia t 4betM jIMs itfC MasclM so U1r t yo Will bc aiictIvsdwell as 700 t eVcrwTe Frlce25c5Oaid ilOO 1 I ted rl t 1Ji J t t rV IscviIIse i Idlkus day 2KCi o IM tlcfi pe1ast 1NC frS Ti ad btI M s trIiugT ttMWiM Of ii IOD beB B1ril1 br the young ladies dttn scfeool was the leadingl ftaturt ttbe occasion m the tyec of th 0 large audience A most delightful evening Was accorded thoM who attended the 1aMrtl and diamohds 00 Ilast Thtrday night The quartettet composed of theMisaes ffycoff Cackran and Kase was joyd oY all Mr Walter Mathrlyis yisitt iij8g his parents for a short while after which he will return vo Liberty Mo where he is at landing school Tljtr Misses Sharp of Salvisa re vjaiting their Jathef John 4 sharp 1 Mr John Peters is suffering with a sprained bapk which he received from lifting V Mrs Carrie Rany and John spent Sunday in Perryviile with relatives and friends IMr Omer Humes has returned Jrom Lexington where he has been for the pa t two months The protracted meeting atthie Christian church will begin July 19th Rev Kihgsberry of Harrodsburg will assist in the meeting A surprise Birthday dinner was given Mr eq Campbell on last Sunday the bountiful byIJ preset were Mr P Q Campbell and daugh ter Miss Dora Mr Fred Durr and Miss Bowed of Camubelte yule Mr S D Campbell Vas 43 years of age and this friends wish him many jnore birthdays so spenk Poor Milk is of tea though to be repoasib le an infants los in weight or general poor health The cause usually is that the child hasWorms Ihey get nourishment in the food and the baby stirves actually starves Whites Cream Vermifuge expels the worms andjBourisires the childy sure and safe Price 25 cents Sold by Red Crow Drug Store i t McIntyre After an absence of severall weeks I wilt try to give in a few items Misses Nettie andl Bettie pBry an of near Fr dericks own are visiting the Misses McIntyre Uey1visitedMr Sunday Mr J C Ensor attended sen vices at Smocks Chapel last Sunday Miss Bailie Mclnyre and Mrs T EBallard will leave Sunday for a two weeks stay at Tatham Springs Miss Flora Keene nccompain ed by Sister Ann and Sister Josephine of St Catharines attended the closing exercises of the Frederickstown school 3ast Friday the school having been taught by the Dominican Sisters Born on the 13th to the wife of Mr Qlel Piles aflne boy Mr and Mrs Milton Keene entertained thg ffallowing last Sunday MrandMrs4JFK- eene Mr and Mrs JR Keene and children Mrs J C Ensor and bildreI1JAil elegant din ner was served which was much enjoyed by l1May we spend many more such days together re other things just as good as De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills That isnt so Nothing made is as good as DeWitts Kidney and Blad der Pills for any ailmets of the Kid hey or bladder which always result in week back backache rheumatic pubis rheumatism and ijrinaiy dis orders A trial of DeWitt kidney and Bladder Pills is sufficient to con vince jou how good they are Send your name to E C DeWitt te Co Chicago for a tree trial box They are sold hereby Red Cross Pharmecvv Litsey Mrs Hugh Noe and children of Columbia Ky are visitins her parents Mr and Mrs SC VanArsdale Miss Gladys Walker was the charming guest of Emma and Julia Polih sfunday and Monday Mrs Jas Noe and children visited her parents Mr aid Mrs S C VanAr dale tIre latter part 6f the week Warren Rose and James Will iams of Harrodsburg spent a few days last week at A L Litseys Quite a large number from here attended the entertainnfpat at bprin field Saturday evening JI Martin and wife Dr J spentSuudayati3 Harry Grigsby Joe Grace Hsgi Brs r Gregory and Joe tibebu wwr at Fred ri klt wn tfci Ytc to attend the ba- Wgiebtwn rag weeds and the BUM of thai p1 They = u J I i i iiL g 44 4Ii ii tjr Duncan jjItI Cunningham Cos l j 1 frfr0j Tf rr- 7i4 JuneClearance Salemrio i j rIIt t J 2 f i C 1d 1t J I SpecialsP l Bargains SaturlayS aMd MI Moildayd iii1t r i i 1 v fI I t 4L owq I ii i II V rr l jlJ Dress Goods t c Black and colored press Goods V upto 125 for H v75c Black and dolpred Dress Goods l j up tql CO for J COo f Linen and White Goods 36in Sheer Linen Wrthr75c for 50c S8in Linen Suiting 50c value i 35c 60c Irish Linen li IL 45c 50c Irish Linen 40c 125 value 90inch Linen Sheeting 195c 25c Mercerized waistings worth up 10 50- cPersianLawns up to 35cV 20c 72in all tinen Table Damask worth 125 8i Shoes Curtains Carpetst Mattings Rugs We are prices everything in our department Oetourpricesbefore buying Th t 1 0 TO C t 7 i 7 8 l T reported to us that the rag weeds were victorious by a small has secured v the services several new players and hope to do better in the future pher Hertleins All report a very time The young folks of the com munity were entertain d in very delightful manner at the home of Mr A L Litsey Thurs day evening Theywere enter tamed in honor of their guests Warren Rose and James Will iams of failed to show up last Saturday and ly there was no game of ball and several of the fans who bad come with the of a game werer very much however they will be given an to see a good game next Saturday as Mackville will be here withthe1 best base ball talent that can be fund that end of the county John and Joe tPblin attend d exercises Vrf Nazareth Tuesday Sarah Ardie Brown aud Mrs Wells Visited Mr s 0 VanArsdale r Tuesday Miss Harcey VanArsdale en ertafned a fewi of her mariy friends at six oclock dihiior Tuesday evening Thosa pres eritt were Misses Sarah Reel and Lavama OCbncor and Messrs Warren iS and James Williams of Harrods burg and Charlie Litsey iilrs JH Hopper gave a birthday dinner on Tuesday All Ahpse who sharedher spent a most enjoyable day loose present were MJ tMartin and wife Mrs Sterling and children Mr B L Litsey Rev 1 Haynes and Willie Martin I Miss visited Miss ranCis Litsey tKe latter Ibart of the weekt A Vital Pointt The most delicate part of a bab is its bowels Every ailment tha it suffers with attacks the bowels a io endangering in most cases the life of the infant McQees Baby lilixir Cqres diarrhoera dvsentay and all derangement of the stomach brbowels Sold by Red Cross Drug- Store L Mens and Joys Low Shoes in Tan Patent and Oxfordiall styles llast at reduced Prices Before You BUy Women and Misses Oxfords Womens iMissos and Childrens Wlippprs all colors and Styles Special June Prices L on 6 score Mrs Seeker Is Cowing on Coast So remarkiL has been theprogres tnade by assotlatfon football In Port Sand Ore In the lust three years that there It was difficult to get eleven to compete In the Lewis ana Clark fair socker tourney at all this fall there will be a Portland city league with probably six teams governed by n central body on the California plat Jockey Lyne to Ride In Belgium Luclene Lyne the noted American Jockey has written hIs parents who reside In Lexington Ky that he has signed n contract to rldatbcrcmnlndor of this and all of next season for Lord iRlbaucort n noted Belgian turfman or Brussels The morietacy consideration Is hot stated In the letter Lyne It riding now In England as a frpe lane Penn to Ply Carnegie T The University Pennsylvania has ugrced to play u football game with the Carnegie Technical Institute In rittsburg ion Oct 81 This game takes he place of that originally scheduled tvlth Swarthmoro It is the flrst game that Pennsylvania has ever played In Plttaburg Howto Clean Wall Painted wullr are healthy and sank tary especially In the rooms which are used a great deal such as tile kitchen und sewing room If thqy have been carefully treated the jniinted walls may be kept as fresh andjpcetty as when nqw by cleanjugjis follows Add onehalf a cupful of rwashlng soda tthoroughly dissolved tojtwothlrdsof pajf of warm water Wash the walls Yitll a soft wooleft cloth or a sponge cloth How tc Wash Ribbon The most satisfactory way tof wash ribbon Is to put 1t In n basin of warm water and rub It wejl with white soan then wash as you would anything eldc bon Mns Modesty Oscar Ilainmerstcm being compli mented in Philadelphia on the success ful opening of Ills new opera house uptown shoot ills heod modestly Did any one he said ever sue rood really AntI perfectly sue cetoh- is own satisfaction The older grow the iinore I sympathize With Gounod qAs tour talent progresses saW Gounod to a joung poet your call mate of the master poets pf the past will change its mis my estimate of the master musicians At your ago I used to say I At thirty said I and Xo7urtnt for ty Mozart ud 1 I say Mozart1 now Love makes the world go round but money buys th nile grease ChlcajtfO aecordHcrald Sit The Ottomans By the Young Turk party th word Ottomans has been adopted covet ftlllhe people of the empire J oham medan Christian or Jew ThI word strictly belongs only to the descend ants of the sultan Osmaus tribe and fits dependents But the narne has long Men loosely used for nil Turkish speaking Moslems though many pf them are descendants of the Scljuks who were the brlginal Osmnl13e le mles Now it is to be used In themoat patriotic sense to Dark the n w fraternity t Mmsand 30 OOKt t 4foq 1800for Big Vin Childrens SOc 7Sc up These Prices about half the these goods0 4x A S of Liberal Arts co Hamil + ton College Women and the College of Law I X Three campuses embraces 23 acres V with modern 50 chosen from the best and elective courses Ieadin1 The gr of A S M andJ 1 4New erected at cost of 60000 Vi-Students now in states and 6 foreign Q cultural expenses be begins Sept 13 3909 Write Of6r today I HENRY A M Ph D Ky V H j ir iIftIqiencss pn the pmk of tluheii Is sure preventive against an abundant supply otegga plUioush nil other con dUlona may be perfcgt henre to innka profitt from the lien she must be kept busy The way to necompllab h this IS what nil poultry keepers should understand Grain nmlJo ted liefort being thrashed n fair result ob tained and If It hniigs up titt1e better The best results however are obtained by the fowls with clean litter of chaff and straw of suf flclcut depth to Insure hard work lu hunting fur the grain scattered there- In Feed vegetables and finely cut ay In large quantities xvlth warm mash and freshVy cut bone In thf moHiIn s and In the day grain veil coucqaled tlltbe llttcrCor American Alfalfa For Poultry In made by the farm era Institute force of tbd Colorado Ajr rlcultural college It was found that while the poultrytnen who were uitiklng money from epp produc Lion fed yorlous of grains all had similar mctbodsfii several par Uc lara All the successful poultry men con suited all teed dry Not one was found who Is feeding a wet masji at iiny time during tho year Grilns veg etahlcs alfalfa and meat eat all times fed dry v All thd successful poultryrocn feed alfalfa manyot them cvdry day In the lowing the liens U off the leaves anti reject the stems While alfalfa Is growing the green plant is preferred for feed Cured rMy wife will never buy any wore c gnsCor me pvhy L non rI luststed upon smoking alhdf the last Jot In the house Some of thc roioms still reek with iHbd Plain Denier J I r i Joy Suits t00 fn 1750 20 OtI for l 1250 d l rvrifpr v 900 v DOD for l l4vi X r 700 cd i prices in r Knee Pant Suits 35c are 1 value of f nice our at tjv 0 7s A 10 in a t4 1 t v V for Vs of I 4 A a Moral l cata l X j a i ami a latcn gave a pick t Pullets tbo Best Layers At the ptah experlmenf t station eS pcrlmonta were earned deter- mIne the egg production of liens ni different ages A record of thlrtcei BroVn showed a ttH lug OR of 401 eggs during what we tyill the year that Is they laid 4G less or1 thirtyfive eggs eafch less thai during the pullet jcfirWour Whitt Leghorns laid 3i5t less as ycarUngs White Plymouth Roclk laid tJ eggs less tho second year Five Barred Plymouth Rocks laid 211 less the second year Sixtcu White Wyandottes laid 942 less the second year than thJfirst r The Farm Worr hop One of tbeOOst lHues of equipment which any farm can bavo ls a good worl hop well supplied with tools anti machinery for needed r pVlrs Breakage and lo Rot Ifatta mul IIhJnre of ijoustaut occurrence and there Is frequently much loss of time from not having the needed thins at hand with to make repairs Such ft shop may well Include a forge end n few tools for dol k hfi aim Wer kinds Of ironwork Hardy on DJnlect Thomaa Uardy as editor ot Selected Poems of William Barnes takes occa- sIon in lila preface to mourn overthr of a good deal of pictur esque Dorset dialect whlch flame used as a veJtMfe for his poetry fine old local word The prooesal4 a ways the same the word Is rlcUulpd by the gets luto ti grace It Is heard in lichen and eoruviv only It dies and worst of nil It leaven no synonym In the villages flair inc recognizes to be the scenes of theat pastorals the poets nouns idioms dully cease to be unucp atood b7 the younger generation V fff ll y f Ffft Mitsfin i v riMrubjio Cambric and Cotton Skirtsv beau iIullY trimmed In Jbace aniEMbroideryCat 50c75CiSLOOupto3fOC i I vv 3 r v t r Goods 50c 75c 1QO and Mp lQ 1lJI etc ii baV a of the the Icle and the Fountain Shirts See them Th reirvSanta among them Great variety of5 Mens and Boys Summer V t iii 21 PaperIWe will offer Wall assortment v FOR SATURDAY A1D XiI NOT YARDS JSTOM C1ico4 Hoosier i Cotton 5c Hope Gottbn + Cloth 17I2c CUNNINGHAM DUNCTNf- f lx ilfj1ifr andleXCltmg tfOlkS1IWednesday enjoyable Harrodsburg consequpnU expectation disappointed commencement pentlBunday hospItality Thompson Investigate Qcfordsad 300 Pair Lace cutting Carpet opportunity sideritthejiWashedtn comprehensively clothing yaluesupj 1250Dfori siooand i I educational Thijrteeri buildings t Amprica Standardized Europe universities BIB BiS recently attendance from2i countries influences environment scholarly i reasonable session RICHARD Principal i furnlshluK Agriculturist Investigations Colorado combinations them4Clevp t1500f on1to Leghorns yearling Three which blacksmfths disappearance iicwlytaushti H adjeetlvnaL- and Underwear tFj 4 Shirts Collars compleif asortment Moiiarch bummers Underwear entire stock Wall Paper onethird 9ift4Havea Ijr OVER Rb12c l2 Jt Thompsonville JennieLeachman nndr 1798 Transylvania University 1909 Continuing Kentucky Universityt Theoollege equidment 1Faculty ori SbienceBuitdiog iJdells CROSSFIELD Lexington li woulqhae somenfa1td ItjcationItj Und wiar Cos44CoversdDrawors Hosiery jWJShlrt SPECIALS MONDAY abJabit I EXESTESrrED S f rt II 71 II I Lti M Russei1 t tti s JEWELER AND OPTICIAN I 1JiIitt J03NEDELEN lRVmF1wnt TJ I t II The Coppage Cafe Mi 1INCORPORATED 1 N W Corner 7th Market yx LOUISVILLEKYHo- me 1 t t Phjne77 Special Atteitfen to MaN rtfer CwtMM CasMiieI4 t f We make a specialty of the following brands Hattingiy Moore Sprint r902 at iooc + LBelle of Marion 5prraii962 at Jft F rrI1I EVerglaadJ Wathens Spring t907ttI2S f 1- t We also hnandlelHjittiflJIy r Moore wJiIt Jrt t t and Wilfpw SHinJ bottled Ju ittkcl Vvfi r Apple randy and Blackberry Wi e J TtV t1bf i if f1 1pJp- f tt j 1t J JJFOBU oATEIifIJ I1flrg pj I Si1J ll Izet orn tl I w III 76baccoFizrfhs IetcI rIch nfree 0 rl1J stqhc Large resideilces and I0 J fbprns goodRailroad c5nnotiovs Ca if 0 offer il bargain lW5to 6Oan t 1 11IbngtImepayments f t nt t f rI J f IBLRELYf Bowlmgllreen Ky- 4mplap1mp J i i 1 11pE1t I ArLB A NCOLLEGE 4Ew4tLIANYiprnMNk WELL BQUIWED DOU TOT New eq rffw e t Bw rAt Thousands of gratjacs twi to W lkt1ta RkkopIjllC S Open t Eratt JIWW jtcJoinwlFr IVriti fwMiHM 7 r J ctt r T s Leader andiLouhi he3 I yule neyea 35V t t = J T I 1 ilBDRTOH i7i DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PMNIs I 1 jCjMMMi KH Btock up aiain l t 81UlGllJfriDiJty dii g it7 Dental Wik ict1l 11fH M1J F 7C Tkj c JWDD I tFi 1J1c1u wd Sir con 1J t tf Ice hours 8to9am1 V V7 I tiifceec ofcr lto2pnibyt F r J J eT I ll LptonMLD t Offfce to Oteri Nusetrt k t GttlccPlHtIl Ne e 4 IttJahcIlC Ne 38 J 4tor j W fqRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Pi JIIiteeTHPlOp1e1 Nl1k 7 j PIINGFIXLD XY t iE t vv DrMWHYATTyoT f r t tJ Offic over Red Cross Drug i Store Omce hours Hyatt 1030 o i i ta 12 m 4 t05 pm fryON Y11 MAYS I 1iHJlJRA JJIHECTOB 8 t I T AID LICENSED EM8ALMER 1 ubDAt19NIHT74 SPRfflGFlM KI 1 7 i i If you want the Best FLOUR p alltPride of Washington OR Springfield Choice ti H rv JManutactured lby j W JrbpeCot t tl4 jja We pay highest market pnc for grin i 17 LANES KIDNEY AND BACKACHE MEDICINE Di Tei Ip H eve ergaa Btl kde7 Uw1I Iti Iuis Health Fet Tht KiJatysOm- tebM ii mlok ad t nanuteed tM Me bed unp IWr IteM WILLAIoswIuNs- thAra14 in Spriroied by rHaydon rSc Robertson T frCralsWash the fruft and cut In quarters andIa tie and cprerwith water until It Is r just barely In sight Boll iulckly nm lng SOOn ls ppplcs are tender strain through cheesecloth Do not allow tilt apples to cook until mushy orthrheeUy will be loutIy of fliky as UU scum will not rise The fruit must be k 3ly4 W Where the Trouble was Some mlsbuh sinner took aurauneil oC Tvid de collection hat las jneetln dnyM said Brother Dickey an I wellp Fblmowsdat cf darwus no slch plncS ez f s ih deg Lavrd would make onee for iatshmcr f t Was the e much money in the hat ffi 1 No Euh dayTvarnt so much z n t4 biI Hit wuz my bat herald Atlanta onstltutJQ When to Hesitate fir l rte who hesitates Is lost quoted k the wise g y r Ohi lidMtotiino said the slmpk jj mug 4At un auctfon sale he who 1to8 ttf itatcs may have hl money Chlludel of l phla Bocfard A 4t The Change SOilfe has ceascd to be Tier idjjaK 4lHehaB J What disgraceful thing did he do i V tarrieiT another glrly Ioul3rllie CoBrIer3onrnai A Test of CultureFHere Is what a recognized nuthpfitit 4 rSt the unlilfwf In Kiifiknil fuu aagepronnnClnUonls the Wost strlk jhg ecjnentnd thus 1t h1ppensthati 1 iIthi more Iban any other one tbt- i1j the most obvious test of general csV 1ture Even in a speaker of recognized F ability mlspronundations full liawb r tlly upon the ear and cause the hearer j to suspect that hls early if not later ii dricatlon has been wanting in polish t 3 4s t the is not been accustomed to 1 tlbs socfety of refinedt ind cultivated J eonlfti Surely this writer does riot Vewtatfc t2 case or exaggerate to wr way ifcejupoVbuic of correct projelMtle4Z t rr I j JUL L 00 UGH ORRTh LUMCS WITH Dr 1kw Oiscoviri IfQ C8 B tltrw Bfts Fri LI au THROAT DO WNGTIOUBlt- lGVARJ ruD SATIPYAOTQB 5 OB MOMXY BBFUNDED IftHiriI1 I AI 1 About You telr frIend III and Acquaintances + S ihotthZ5c T Halley Bros v TObaCCOp1afltS forsale- HarryDerringer rrlt I F lOne Jersey c6w W H LE CHMAN Buggies and wagons for sale A a Kimball i WANTA giood farm fcand IIHARRY DERRINGER V Mr and Mrs JR Claybrooke e jejoicing 6ver the arrival off a son tOfl last Sunday to the wife off Mr Robert Marks a12 pound boy iFoR SALE One llarge sow and eleven pigs TD TAPP FpR StLEA few ung Southdown t ABWALKER For aleA nice 6year ojld mare will work any place Harry Derringer rr 1 Fo UND A pair of gold rm medI glasses owner may have same bjr calling at Cunningham tupncanWe are here for a short time You must hurry if ypu want your tos made HafleyBros ORRENTWO nice dwell lu flgl art of town ell im proved andl conveniences Apply at NEWSLEADER Office Willie Cooper a colored boyS who has4been in theemploy of Mr John F Simms for some timdied Saturday and was buriedTuesday The Ladies Aid Society winI serve raspberries at tbe Court this afternoon and even ing from 4 to 10 pm Every body invhed4o attcnd For BrQWn Doubleshotfel- plojvsT PiverPlow CulCiyator FcAmerican Fence COi Call on AC KIMBALL Mrs j S Wharton entertaio ed at Euchre Tuesday afternoon Mrs Geo Wharten won first prize and Mrs Jas Gheshier e visitors prize Mr Chris Hert1lnaric1 sisters entertained a faVge number of iends last evening Abont 100 guests were presiBbt and spentt most enjoyable evening Mr Walter Smith and Miss Alma Smith of New j Haven Nelson drove jldlicense froth county clerk ooker were married by Revr H Williams All who served as grand and etit jurors at the February and May terms of the Was lngton rcuit court will call on W tU McElroy at the store if the RobertsonClaybropk C and e will pay you services The pupilsofMiEs Francis Martins music class ar d J iss argie Grahams drama ic art class werp entertained b t11ese tw etMissMartinvery en joyablets evening was spent ihe 87th birthday of Mrs Amanda Wells was celebrated at the home fMr RPnear Tatham Springs on last riday 58 children grandchil th Tenwere preset Abouniifi1 dinner was served to the guests The sal of warehouse a ml esidence pjroperty opposith Bbblitt and Bishops Livery sta Ible by the R Y McElroy heirs iwas well attendedHR Thompson became the purchaser atthe price of 2125 and trans ferred his purchase to MrS Alice Thurmari for 2200 The Springfield boys estab lislidS for themselves something QfL reputation at St Marys College during the past years Tft athfetics Harry Shultz has biLtlthebqnQJ1 be elected cap ta1o the Eon team This iif quite anl as the team proved itself one of the strong est in the State last season Harry also led the ball team in yttiug iiJ riL ppenlngs or Freshest and latest i JM choice bucks House Colvin iTOf See the advertisement Oflrt Transyl nia University In tlis- 1ssiei j The Infant child of Mr Geo Brbwi died Monflay and was buiiedTuesdayJ J vR EC Lawson will begin a protracted meeting in 1the Mackville Presbyteriaf church Monday night June 8lb We have opaned a studio in the Burns buIding over Shaders swreJ We do all kinds photo work Haflay Bros Henry the two year old chIld of John Gammon died atBooker Sunday and was buried at New Hope Monday JIWork has begun in digging the basemenb of thenewKBat tist church to be erectedinl Springfield The church when completed will be a vet4 large i building built n Modern styl- eleork will bei pressed rap ldingiscompleteclln The Central Comedy Company was in town Tuesday and Wed nesday Tuesday night the Comedy l Brown in town was layed and last night that humorous comedy Charlys Aunt was enjoyed by a good hoosThe company is rcceive iing deserved praise in all the towns in which it hIts played The entertainment jn Spring- eidwas very enjoyable Mr Harry Krecker who has been enployed until recently with the Springfield Sun left uhd for Troy Indiana where b e will take charge of the Troy Times a strong newspaper pub lished in that city Mr Kreck er is an expert printer and thoroughly understands every detail of the printing business Though but a short time in this city he had drawn to himself re3hImThe Washington QoAin t1y- 3qard of Centroi wishes to an nounce that before a final dis btfrseinent can ibe made to the growers of the a anca of the m jney arisiog fromthe sale of The 19Q6 pooled crop of toI baccOj it win be neccessary to determine what difference if any should be made in the next distribution to equalize the to baccoreceivedinsummer order With that received in winter order For the purpose of con sidering this question alIt per sons having an interest in the 1906 poolare notified to meet at theCd1 rt House at 2 p m next Monday County Court Day 0 28th P Washington County Board of Control By W A Clements President Forger Arrested f whOistiUegedtOjhilvel Mr George Mullicati of this place was arrested Saturday night jn Itidianapplis Indiana Two Louisville detectives left for Indianapolis to bring him Louisville for trial Several check were forged on Mr Mulli cans me weeks ago and cashed by various parties in the State The last session of the Jeffer son county grand jury indicted White charging him with pass iingone of the forgedchecks tho Fifth Avenue Hotel 1 A Success Tne Opera Hdusejwas croWd edoh last Saturday high t to witness the entertainment given by the pupils of Miss Francis Martins Music Cljiss and Miss i Teeth exiIi tracted with 1 pnDANGERf l tf l No charges r when plates iare wanted = WORKI f IiIi7L office Is and jusassadI tii wYSTALlARDDJS veftised S tff I Springfield Ky ifj t Margie Grahams Dramatic Art Class 1Mr BobM a two act comedy was Qspecially interestingpnc1 demonstrated the fact that Miss ah mJa teacher of no small ability ipf VDramatic Art The cast included several young lladies and young men whohad availed Ihem elves of the op portunity to profit by the ex celent training of Miss Granam v The specialty A Sligh Mis trke by fiveot the younger seti wasvery amusing The Opperetta The Flower Nymphs Surprise was well ren dered by Miss Martins Music Class all characters performing in excellent style The music was solendid MIss Martin is un surpassed as a teacher ofjnusic The Pianoselections by Mrs Bosworth and the Violin selections by Miss Laura May Brown received great applause Judge Field Dies In his court room in Louis villeKy where lor nearly a quarter of a century he had adT ministered the law Judge Emj mett Field died suddenly Monday 0morningj had come as usual toopen court and had just paesed through the court room into the ijuryVoom when the summons came JudeField wasbortr October 81841and was a descendant of one of the old and honored fami lies of Virginia Hs father who was a lawyer having nuved from Virginia to Kentucky in 183ft When the civil war bloke out he was a student at Westminister College Falmouth Missourii but left school and enlisted in Confederate army Ater ths war he studied law in the Uni Iversity of Louisville where he graduated He then came to this place where he practiced LIltvremembered by many of the citizens of Washington county During the two years he was here hemet and was married 0 Miss Susan McElroy daughte of the late Anthony McElroy who with fpur children survive him After leaving Springfield he practicea law in Louisville until bisfelection to tbe Judge f 1shipthe faculty of the Law Depart mentt of the University of LouisI yUle from 1884 until compelled s to resign during the past session because of ill health Judge Field Was loved by everyone whose fortune it was to knpw him In his position of Lecturer in the Law School hLCi became acquainted with most of tbe youn lawyers of the State He was a general favoriie withi every student who attended the University and it was proverbial that no student was ever heard tip uttera word against him and in all the years of his service he wasnevei known to be harsh or u kind to those u dpr Ins char bii ee the benqh the attorneys t always found him the courteous gentleman he was and he universally recognized as t aLe t ablest Judgeon the bench in KenS tuckyfew of his decisions ever being rev rsedrThose from here who attended v the funeral which occured yes t r1werer1t John L McElroy H Mi Grundy W C McCbord andl Miss Annie McChord i DR BELLS ANTUPAIN Fpr Internal and External Pains r I M H JONES III l II I J 1 If you have anything toell seem I If you want to buy I either have it or know where it is I take note of allivestock for sale in the county If yc what you need I will show 1wHlteJII to l find it UII L MH JONES V IJIt fDEPtONAI Mifrs1RPhilLebanon t c MissOatberlneBrigbtbosref z l n a visit to Miss Sarah tlONap Miss Myrtle Price spent Sut urday and Sunday in Bardstownit I111SS Nell Putnam of Lebanon twas in town one day last week Charlie Cooper has returned home after a visit to Mrs IrbefriendsMiss Bertha Haydon bsre j turned home after a visit t friends in Louisville r Miss Kate Pitman and Miss Catharine Spaldmg of Lebanon were here ThursdayPMrs l BedaughterSuLouisviUeMr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon were here Tuesday Sundayin I Hubert and I gsimmsLouisville i1 i Will Waters and Walter Roy bUy spent Sunday in Lebanon Chris Her Iein was in Lebanon Sunday e dadThMissi Judge John S Kelly of B ardtown was in town Tuesday Mr Henry Royalty who hasC been traveling for a publishing house is at home for a few days Misses 3izabeth Waters and Fannie McElroy 1 i M itissJTennesl Mr H C Lee was in Louis ville Monday on business Mr Geo Chescheirlof Louis ville Vas here Saturday ftMissesI te3dnaD geanvlleto the Misses 0 Nan O Mr John Burns iis ill at the home of his niece Mrs T I1 Wheatley Dr Rodman of Bardstown tv waS called her lto see Mrs T J1W Nally who is qiteiIl CCMrs thfo ionsh here this weekSpMiss Earnestine Knott who has been attending schooll atan Nazareth has reiurned home Mr Lymam Baber Who has seen attending school at the bu University of Wisconsin had returned to his home at this place tflMrtown was ia Springfield Thurs tldayMiss Margaret Edelen of Birmingham Ala is visitirg relatives hero Mr Richard WathenQf Lou adsvillewith relatives an weMissatMondaywherd she will enter schoolhe Miss Mary Lee Simms was in Louisville last week attending M the funeral off Mr E Met alf Mrs LapEwing of Louisville is visiting Mrs Lucien Gregory Fr this week Mr Joe Wycoff has returne to Mackville after spending several days in town Mr Raymond Feat hers tone returned to St Marys after 2 fu4itoMisk Eleanor Clements re tuned rom IlQuIsville after a visiti to tier aunt Mrs Geo Greene Mr H Mxs Grundy waswVui Louisville Sunday Mr Henry E l nan sons IIJvilEi were in towh Sunday on Mrs Harry Shader has re p turned from Louisyille of 1 nlMranborowith his family herfr MrW D Claybrpoke was iin Louisville last week MrJ WS of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs ES Clements Miss Ella Swesneyis visiting ini Louisville this week to Miss Gertrude Shader has areturnediLi Danville ercists at Nazareth were Mrsth 3Biott j Miises Isabel Jled I = lJay Flaget Simms Prl Edelen Nellie Simms Miss WaIler and is Ida OCarroll and Mtssra ichard Spaldingr Joe Puhn IDrker Hedley and John Polin plrs E O Walker dwilen tertajn the U D 0at her home at Walker Heights Qatur av afterndop Vi intt isIIthe guest of Mrs TD Tpp Mjss laa Cblvln of Bloomficd ofaitingProfI ij 1celiasCe IIis at home for vacation- 1lvii l and Mrs Mag Parrott v GIMiss Ella Shaunty and Dr Burton and Mrana llebaum were at rnay CampI Mrs Fanny Durham of i sontRichard Carricobasreturned ia Meade county V CAmpaignIThWhirlwind pa IignCampagn for the cause of ter education in rallyIere will be a general yat Springfield June 28 all day program Hon Itafon Alien of villerwlU make the trusteeIIdrfiss Prof George other local speakers will valuable help Every every teacher every parent very child of school ape ptdIII possible should be presentl is very desirable that evyrone who can posiolydoso a tend this meeting tat Springfieldi on Monday County Gbuitday Come and bring all your With yon The time is at IonIIr better schoolhouses achers better equipment r terms of school better at tec jance of pupils bettet and iioser eradin of students in fact ediicaa general movement tiorial for the whole state Help us putWashington coun in the front It can bedcfae ill you help WiIJyot1saya good word for the schoolIon urage the teacher iaporiune e parent and coax thechild to lp us Make a ringfield for ooQstartaJ idays rally to occur Jd dates below busy time with all but the veryIItfgiven tto the intere3ts of and 1wasted1 i 1S1iGeorge Cdlvin of the Spring field Graded school and other speakers will be present and fmike addresses during the last tbreedaysof the week These dresses will be worth whiled will certainly interest as ll as entertain alj who may tend These later meetings I will ld as folio vs rnIITexas ackville Thursday July 1p 1 3p Freedom Church t U 2 3p Willisburg 2 8p ederickstosvnI 33 p Maud u 3v8p williiSo do not fait to attend meetings as these ggntlemen have a great deal to tell 1Kentuckyab11 ture 4We hope great may gipw out of theex goodIIYours for bett r Jr W li Notice shII1 fJ1 rtf ComIIThe Democratic County ittee is called tomeettat the Courthouse iin Springffeldr Kyj Monday June 28 1909 at 2 m to determine the manner choosing Democratic nomi es for the offices of Magistrate 1 Constable in the several districts of the county pectiie candidates tor offices linvited VJQseph Democratic to be Polin Co CornII To Mammoth Cave trainIIWashington co ntvexc Mammoth Cave July going n regular morning 550 am loundtpforonty I775 which will include the railroad lare Aboard at tfcye otel Echo river route aud great Mammoth dome routes iiy cave See L N agent I n 1 sfiades ind iriis i I Youcant t realize the cornfOrtandpleasure fora Porch I until you 4 1I1 use the Vudor 1 Porch II Shade I t i n 1 1PORCH SHADFLII 1t t word and vye will pat ONE ifn or more j them Th1 1 1ifIIVudor caredfor de WIQlastfor ten years It II AWNINGS 1 Weban 1with1 I JJ I Wall Paper Garjiets etc i 1 f We are headquarters for Wall Papfer Can I fJt Mattings Linoleumi Window Shadcc Lacn t I Curtains At Give us at call before buying any L tthingin this 1IneWe will sh3WVyU largest assortment arid save you i money Rbbertsottb CIa J brook Ho JNCX3RPO BATED I i 101J ji iiii i 1 I Buyy GOOdOOllfOCOllr1 fll 1 T tf f rII Thatitheonyidtozg i in our place forwc pcid fI c1 gJIqua J 1 i ir ic F Fruits Canilics and Catsssq Z ct1d 2 l J Fresh Bread BaN Daily f3cit ii iiU1 f 4i r Jii JAt our soda fountain tjarijiri pared at all time 1to sfrre d drinks CocauGoIa HdfeGlT i- tf Iate etc J 4fexJ i I IiiJ WeserveMeaIanthet t + Ii d good old home style v tii i e p Hcrtlein sConftt r 4 0 KATIE HEKTLEWilM Pnfs j 4fl4i +44 t f pii IViii 1f f Now Is The Time j t k i t t TO BUY 1 faYL SSCREENC i f i tJwidths V r I- 1i VV Af ull linebfJ Lawn nose Ice Cream Frz ALU GUARANTEED t F Builders Hardware iJiVAsIc1tL ILrf 1 fVRoofing and raiiiin of mlt kLn4s Plumbing and SteamtFittijlifi at time Make dur tore vour quarters j Bllatchottt h tttxx tt i Asr1 OwRts = iuvs iYXTflfaw r4SVgura5ct iIi lft VVC 17 7 w c7 T J jA CAREFUL MAN p ui K Css Mny FHa Is PRraIsTb int a rhtiiiirit1T utk w wtsd4a ki way t = IW were Inter r by asdy ee4 wb t tcarThtaZkS4 as tf tttnt ww io p e IIsHi es Theisfoi kvlng Ut tbF WiVttt as ns t WM mfpri to have the ok1 iMK Isk ts a ia4 essiy fully Into MJiidCttee At Mto beMi a rose rss lb paeeri Ii gen L Can jijciMiB elX dollar 1 Lii fii ttrt ftri vfirtd notte or five ccrI u tkit voman and trashe was 1ikly made Now TMtM aaybody change thia W ikr Mil forvfow qaarter gr p 1r4r a a4 the oldinan wesi itif two ttIea said NT tisi tk rear leak unto some bo4y sto Cam 4 latter It aNIssr4tMt ebo3 conkIr at j at aabody offered so as the train t Mstbe old man larcbsd down the cr fe I poMtasor of tbetwo Ifry east eL L Tbe you be 3MM as Wtbok the JMMJ Jwi Wtlt tlKW Tdhav- eiyrt t ftaiMbMtT You see Mnr 4 tfcr b set her raLI to stop off at Tfasbny whifct 1 to off up to my broth s with tlte fgs id truck And tbo cfa b edoiit plai nor mean to be a spee4tkrLtt wtiiiuui when shes let looe oef t a lot of stores shell TUB tknvch SQ c U la an hour eisy and I kte4 of have to put a curb oa becYtba Co rMinlbQ THE TURTLES HEAD Chppd 04f It Attains Life For a Dumber Sc Hvulc 0 tW counter In a poiceiajn dish itoeiltkft seveffcd head of U large tar 1 I Ttot Is Htk ir grewsorfce said a Jiwas4neylng oysters ht 7iter opener glanqed at the 6ii cartteaaly t4t ti a bet said he I Jet Qua J frimtdt tbat tlw head wodld keep I ilre tweatyfbur h mrsIta nearly fir iityriTe iww since I chopped it f G is late But 1 win anyhow L dd kmymoa y Pay me my thisJeat mid a abort wan swdgge ed- TcwT 5M loft Cms saM the oyster effetter TKece iistili life In her TlMn fealt said Gus Schmidt Nlx o the life JM ke ctcfided a stumpy finger f arl Miy toward the turtles mouth TMGeer H ita tted mmazed Gus Schmidt leap ed back For la tbe turtles open eyes a 1ecelight had flashed the ugly j had opened and shut with a karp Miap and the head In sonic rtraoge way had advanced an Inch or iwo toward the tempting finger much M ajfece of steel advances iowarcl a Igset I 4ThI JBay surprise you Gus said t the oyster opeler wiping his wet hawk 4a order to pocket his winnings Bti ItdpBt aurprlse me none Ive- twtfe I r i e Headskeep life to em lon fa tkte kereNew Orleans Times et4 KEEN IMAGINATION Th Way Ont tf His Lectures Affected PbO Luis Agassiz- Chlldreb are not the only holders of the priscjlbus key of the imagination The finest minds often keep the power of make bellere tnuch to their own and thfr worlds bepefit That such a possession coupled with ardent eqthu- elasm makes demands on the nerves 4 aad strength is shown in the following anecdote related by the late iloncure t Daniel Conway in his autobiography kHe was at one time a pupil of that fa doits min of science Louis Agassiz One particular lecture Agassiz de- Tttefl to displaying some fossils of sau rians newly come into hU collection I He made the subject a text for a gen cra review of the chats ox reptilian Uft vv V JLf be proceedecl darting off to the NblackbPardto Illustrate comparing the extinct with the contemporary fauna ke became wore and more animated excitementft4anJi1 at last he said GentleHien ask you jo forgive me if today end the lecture a this point although the hour is not out A assure 7oe I bare been describing these ex tlMt creatures until they have ta1P 5 a pt of life They have beers crawlIsiT hlsslngidartlng about ine I lure Iteard the crawling and hlsspa- gmaUltrim really exhausted I regrgt it atiejaen but f trust you will cr jcwe me Ad Oar imlratloQ for the grand teach cr was SQcli as to make us break tirpili all nuieV and we gave him a bHrty1 cheer v I e bow d low to us ud qmlckly disappeared EEXERCISE QM Metherf hy Which Poor Vision i Mayte lrtiproycdx Hat you high reoft was the ap parently Irreletaht question put b tke lstjlngulshed Oru stto the woman who i d compbdniidrof hflvlng brad eyes Hlrrner than he roofs of fht furrouiidlng houses v Oh ye said the woman a good 4esl hLgher Tlrwhat I wnnt you to 10 snlO beisto osU2tLere trvday nniV look around for half nn hour Thar 1 gItssefOpe tjroiibh with your eves and tjth aRJ1irs of eyes In NCw York I LttleatlonhII ffcfct ftstanees only Long distance teoitiitjfiil good for eyes Person who fcafelhially hove a wide expanse of r a Wfelaln tocaze uodnTerv ieldorc r uanre weak eyr ot tre orf not jmove znt tp the plains neither can you spend a life or the oean wave but you can let your msktrravel across the Hiidcbnrlrer very day ad I advise you tto do lt eW YprV Tmi 4 COLLEGE NICKNAMES as POpular with the Students Ob jection Made to Others Some of thp colleges have a great tisllke to the way Jn which they are referred to commonly In connection rwrtkathleiics For Instance Wes l ynrf men dont like to be called the jstbodlsts us they appear sometimes kt the Naval academy there ls n trong prejudice against being called AnriapollsJ The navy men arent parHjuTarly fond of midshIpmen JTa fcitve the proper name for their jiusti Iou is the navy Cinbia has a gteat distaste for the tuuio of Columbians for their repre Ipentailves IQ athletics or othec pubjle lippeanipccs Xt the University of dill cago there ls a dlsllUe of the name Chicago university sometimes ap plied IIAJthoui not so stronglyZppoed to U students at Pennsylvania do not like the full title University of Peunsyl Tanlai as well ns plain Pennsylyn nla Penn is preferred to eIther u31Lfroons forcbk1go mefllophers for Minnesota Badgers for Wls ponsln students Cornhuskers for Ne braska Woiverenes for Michigan llllnl for tfce men of Illinois all arc names that are popular at those col leges and are used by the men there in speaking of their own teams In deed to a man unacquainted with nicknames the average statement re garding a conference college is paz zling because of the almost entire lack of straightpnt namesANew York Sun THE DOCTORS Tribute to the Nobility of the Medical Profession To enter the medical profession Is to find oneself hi most noble company When Dante was led by Virgil Into the presence of the master of them that know he saw Aristotle surrounded by a group of the sages of antiquity Look at them as they are introduced one by pneV and you will see that a fourth of them bear names Illustrious In medi cine To take note of but pne Hippoc rates Is there The student will not turn to his pages now tot learn what has to be taught In modern text books or class rooms tot he wilt do well to lay to heart the spirit7 that guided the father of medicine In drawing up the oath Imposed on the students of the Hlpppcratlc school With purity Tufa With holiness the candldiite was made to swear I will pass my life and practice myv art Into whatever houses I enter I will go Into them for the benefit of the sick will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption In the long Succession of those who have enlarged the bounds of his sci cube the student will meet with a great army of men who have kept the spirit of that oath under higher sonc lions than were open to the pioneers whom the mediaeval poet consigns to a place In his inferno because though blameless of sin they had not been baptized Sir Alexander Simpson hi London Quiver THEl HUMAN RACE JW1H Man Simply Shrink Off the Face of the Earth A French statistician who i as been studying the military anti other rev jjrds with a view of determining the height of men at different periods has rea lied some wonderful resultSi- He has not only solved some per plexing problems hi regard to the past of the human race but is also enabled to calculate Us future and to deter mine the exact period when man will disappear from the earth The recorded facts extend over near ly three centuries It iis found that In 1010 the average height pf man in Europe was 175 me tern Or say live feet nine inches In 1790 It was five feet six inches In 1820 it was five feet five inches and a fraction At the present timeI is five feet three and threoquarter inches It is easy to deduce from these figures a rate of regular and gradual decllrio hi human stature and then apply this working backward and forward to the post and fo the future By this calcu lation It is determined that thestature of the first men attained the surpris ingaverage of sbtteenieet nine Inches Truly there were giantson the carV sin those days The race had alread deteriorated in the days of Jg ar d Goliath was a quite degenerate oft spring of the giants Coming down to later time we find that at the begin ning of our era the average height of man wan nine feet and in thetlme of Charlemagne it was eight feet eight Inches But the most astonishing re sult of this scientific study comes fror the application of the same Inexprrble law of diminution to the faiurf TS calculation sht flrs that by the year 4000 A D the stature of the average iinanwill be reduced to fifteen Inches At that epoch there will be only IHHf putluns oir the earth Mid the eon- iiuslon of tie learned fitntlMMin irresistible that the rnd of the wnritf will1 certainly arrive for te Iiihtiblt ants will have heroine so wnall tha they will finnll7 dint p ar filsh br dicappeariages teFetwli tfuu ex presses Itrfr0ra the ferrcsrUl i Iee London Til Efts Coming Events Ca1 Shadows Btfon Barber looktngftT biisluari KxMt ice sir but ycnr hat Is golii o cojc out soon the tiiiiulfvl JAg s wh vras out all nigrht anil f juat gohif lome face his wlfe You htn shpPfe I don know hid hat1JoJ- OmisI JIacaVfoc 7rog Than His StQIflaCh 4 A iao jtm M r i Over No man can be 4r+ 4 k4MIcing from wak stomach with its HMUBiat ImOiutioUf from some other disease f tip staMMcfa ami ts focated organs which im itomachSa toss c the nutrition pbysia1Mijust I uncozafortablett languid nervous irritable and despond the tr aos to make atreagth paaMM ass 2 r Pirt GmlttM Medical rIrqIt P5 1a1 f k4 wTemeJi mm ether a aaa 1tiNMw ft eiikeI the btoiim iva tirJsktsVMoaiMt fc a wcrtt sitrui i as a substitute itor this non IkiMMMM OOWH ITK act evea though the urgent dealer mr tbMy pk Uttto blUer pvH Idi dicnta printed on wrapper IMM is tifl is Iti an Mai balilo by Kiey aIdItg Tcne Kidney trouble preys upon tbejnind disconrajresondlesseusaniCition beauty Vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of erder or dis eased Kidney trouble has prevalentthatit mon For a child to be born Afflicted with Aveak kidneys lithe child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be due tp control the bedTvetj firstIunpleasanttroublethe kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeWomen made misfe able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remecy The mild and the immediate effect ofj S w imp Root is soon realized It is sc ld by druggists in fifty 3 feseL ceiit and onedollar J- sizebottles Vou nitty TfIui jbyj pamphlet telling all about SVampHOOti lt including riiany of the thousands of testi monia letters received from sufferers who ipund SvampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dri Kilnler Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Oont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y oufevery bottle DOLPHINS r The iSpeciea That Play Around the Shores of Brittany Dolphin hunting jrs a sport Is old to the ialouinsthe inhabitants ipf St Malo Serrral spetles afijolphln fire to be tact with neqr the shores of Brit tany The largest Is Unowri to sclenre as pelphIiais dolphls and differs from otler vaiIytles by Us long jaws very like the benK of n big bird and arnicd with ab Jiit sixty tooth as bard and shurp as leei Its length mjty reach nine feet and U weighs from 300 to 400 pouuds A swift jSwimmer It preys un the Schools of herrings fol lowing them right up to the Scottish waters jji spite of its greed 1f Is noted for Its mild temper aud fre quently amuses itself by fraying arpund ships In tlTe open sea Then there is tbr Delphlnus tiirsio qr souf fleur This s smaller and ip lenk i shorter tb ugh armed with rorijr powerful tetth fkat euable itioVttnck a big Qshipiinlng dowri tp tile rocfcs with such force time Us nose js often deeply mnrffd with numerous ctits Tblsdoiphii gates thi Very sight of a ship and ne comes close to Finnlly there Is the porpoise ot mftr couln the cniaHest speIes of t gQnus Much sport may be obtained by hunting thwj Carious doipOTns Mde World MagnrJne HIS UMBRELLA It Was the Cause of AHrtg Family Secrets In Public A young manwns ricllmj iri nn qmnl bus He took the coraer peat and held In his band an umlireHa whlcb had bii ulvtn him a uklrttMlAy present Ou the seat facing him was a lady with a precocious bOy evidently about five years old The youngster regarded the young man with attention for a few moments and then his eyes wandered to the umbrella fie gazed M It Inr silence for a second then be wriggled In by seat clapped his hands and shouted Oh mamma dont that lock like pa pas umbrella Hush hush my child said the mother patting the prodigy on the head Tapa was looking for his umbrclia this mornhig mamniH contlnued IIP child wonder Yes yes but he found U bald the mother hurriedly as the conversation vas becoming of interest to the occu pats of the seat Why mamma continued the youngster you knpwihe dlrtnt You told him that hQ didnt know enough io keep an umbrella Why mamma At tills stage the uinll boy was car tied howling from thc bus Pearsons Weekly A MISNAMED EXHIBIT Brings Joy to the Museunr Visitors and Worries the Curator A curator nt tho Metropolitan Mu scum of Art Is threatened with Insan ity the cause being iKsmall ml nam d exhibit In the gSlIoryioutside lila office door Twenty times n day declared the harassed man people discover that that china statuette out In the Frank lin collection Is uainod General Wash ingtoi instead of Benjamin FrhnkJIn Then they hurst In hero and announce their dlscovoryu and wondcr that none ever noticed It before Half my time Is spent iIn explaining that wo know It wsll that It was simply n this take of tlie potter wlip iabolcd It In Krariceover a century ago and that we cifnnot change it not woulddt if we could Of course I toll them this coup teous y and patiently and you know whai a strain that Is when ydii are going over the same thing for the thousnndth time Id latch the door only there are too many employees sacking iso nil day long so here must Kit Jijul listen to the names of GoHrge Washington find Benjamin lirniklii rej iated a million times till I wjtsh th tfncither of those glorious fmtufots badjeycr lived And Its drlv lug pw liwaie I tell you Its driving me insane rfust then the door opened and a lady popped in with Theres a statue out here named General Washington but Iih sure And the Weary curator bolig a south erner roe smillugiy to his task NO Tork Times Cleanliness In ihe 2 2rV GlcaniFnujSM should be the watch word on every delay farm for It may WQlhbe regarded riii the light of good Investment anil Its presence should be as carefully foutered a laud bulldihga personal bonor for It la not ouljj a marketable stock In trade but a passport to the gopd opinion of rofincd and cultured na rrans while the exftuiplc fuLly Cefjr reachhig in Its benofiplal inflnonce in murkels catU ants elevation of titinraclex of thq mrii liiniIf and t2ie oc upution In SvIilLh re should al tairc an honest prlue Cad iWsuri IP Btamplng with the irapresa pf our eaflest tle5 tO thiikefl th iuoat leloycd and horiorjcff calling iti the Vorld Airs Adda FirHowte In Amcr lean Cultivator Get Set doi Tiileash the drurtla of baseball1 Tlitt season is about to open with the usiitt ecliit Already the baseball re poVtor Is rubbing hb facile ipenon the sejikpf ills pants preparliig To grind out spjmething like this Smiling Hnrrj on me to the bat for the local gladiators He was a good eouiiterfelts4Lanky damp spheroid for the opposing nine finally unwound his superstructure and put the joy pebblo to the liking of his inerriness Smlier pressed against the little comforter for n snckef out into right truck farm Stalling larry tarried not long on the Initial saak but when Lanky Jim was not sitting up and Baking notice immedi ately drug Iils nohor toward the see ond depot which hs Inrccnledj Iti safe ty The lorT one showed symptoms of taking on a sky pilot at tills time and LoncsomeJlln the next bnttcr reach ed the first oasis via the charijtjjroute However his narrow lahkHIpst took a caucus with ninisojf and Hanlsome Ike whiffed the ozone the understudy for the Singer buidlm occupying the box for tf3 visitors putting Ike to sleep with three of Ijls fadeaway knockout drops In the meantime Smiling Harry and Lonesome Jim per formed a tvln pilfer and wfsrf safely occupying second arid jtlilrd refuge when the smoke pleared away Hank the Bite puf a tii1 iu Lanky Jims olnt mont by aoroplanlng to the mWwny plalsaacc Smiling Harry amblldg on to the lowly fkntched cottrtgc on the put out Puqk Us Reason 4I see the empire styTosJn dress will le the rule tor the spring Thats the force of habit Habltr Yes If you notice women are al ways getting back to tlfp empire style It matches so well with their love of ruling Baltlihoro American Progress How is your boy getting on at schopl First rate ansvNrjred Farmer Corn tosseL Hes gpln to be a great help on the farm lie knows the botajjlcnl uauaes for cabbages an beans already an all he has to do now Is to learn to raise em Washington Star In1920 Jeskop died while under the Latin ence of liquor Top bad He was an aeronaut at considerable ability True 3ut last night he mistook a Chimney for a hitching post and when the furnace started up this mpYnin he was suffocated Puck 9 Joys of Being Rich Oil maim1 Hunt you wish you was rich an uid afford tp hire a servant to breaTi your dishes Cure Worse Than the Disease According to this magazine said irrs BuTlugham sliced onions scat tercd about a ro nn will ahisorb the odor of frosh palufi I guess thats right rejplued Bit fingham Likewise also i broken neck will relieve a man pf 4 atarruH Detroit Tribune Indoo york For Winter Setting glass Is good worlc for stormy weathor Take uidasyroments nail have the glass ready to set at the first op portuulty when the weather does not Ipermit outdoor work Most barns ought to have more windows put Into tiicm for llj ht and air Seyejal suiiil windows are better than one large out they can bo arranged to 1b removed In summer thus making the building cooler and more airy In summer as well ns lighter In winter Tire ben plate is to use ialf of on old house window saSh setting It In a frame ou that it can benovcd back and forth In summer slide It back arid cover with netting and a curtain for fly time A New Sulphur Wash During the past season tile depart meat of agrtculturp has made mi im portant discovery that the self boiled lime sulphur wash is not Injurious toj peach foliage when properly made and Avili not produce ntssctlng ayd other Injurious effects on applc Further more It has been found to be about as cfiectlve as afuuglclde as the stand ord bordeaux mixture Extensive ex periments have Wen carried on during the yen r by the department on nearly nil of the commojn Fnilt diseases which arc preventable fay spray Ing and It juts been donioiistrhted that the above mix cure Is a very Useful ono American Cultlvafcir 7riveof Heart Trouble Cured by Dr Mills He rt Remedy i Before I began taking DrV Miles Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years I had pains in my left side and under my shoulder blade could not sleep on the left side and was so shortv of breath the least exertion would brjijg on the most distress ing palpitation 4 had scarcely taken a half bottlbof the Heart Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition When I hat taken six bottlesZ was c rcdi MRSJ G C GpRKEY VaItjtatiori it is an indication of a weakness of the nerves and nius- cles of the heart Jt is not necessarily diseascid just weak from overwork The heart may be weak just the sairie as the eyps stomach or other organs YOU sfrongbyyourdruggistrectibns aridifit docs nbtTjene fit he will return your money r a e 0F1KE50UJRAZL1TRIILESSONSWRITE Jiowr DDRESs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNWERSITY BcwuG Gpwg F x i ivWhy Suffer 7 SS LTO you one of the thousands of jwomen toEo suffer from female ailments H so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Oardui On the useDuringremedyfoidependedTake 334fiWillilelpYon O1ar1es Bagg of Sweetser hid f4d CariL11ewrites caiinot tell much ias meBeforeIwould workahile aid lie down shall yourmedicirLei AT ALI DRUG STORES The Silk Hat Coal Scuttle Harry Louder at n dinner In Wash Ingtou said of hk kilt fckwator Ct non tells me that the kilt would never be popular on the wind swept prairies of Illinois Why not The Ijarc knee hardens to the cold like the bare face But to hear some pooplo talk youd think tho kilt Intolerable as Sanders McDowells top hat Senders McDowell ncoiil herfver of Peebles said angrily to hl wile one night Tlavers Llsneth Utfo niaiiy time lelllye 1dentfrbot Samlbrs men be reasona lIc said LisptjUi Yevo spoilt the ahapo o the top hat wl yer fuuny head aready nn since yero he vln coal nil dnywotican a llttle extra coo dust Jh the headpiece matter1 Woman yeUHnna srap ma argy meat said Sanders T only war thai top hat IntheimJnlnV an If yhllos Im Cot I Ink it off I Jeavoe a black baud nrotuid ma forehead NVhats the rasoolt Why Im accused on nil stilus o WHshhr ma fact wl malmJi oii y 4hlngton Start ScnatSr Gsts Lesson From Negro When X L Brady state sonalor from Douglas cvMHty came to Topeka toattond tim legislature he said thai he pWsuiiuHl 4iftt the office carried with U a erttin awjount of llstlne tthai Now he says he Is doubtful as tto the amount of glory that goes with his toga In I awrenco SehRtor Bradya liorac ttown lives a negro vio luis known the senator for yours The negro came to Topeka a ifow days ago Sue ceeded in Intmiijg a job aS onc of the l house 1tilelug a ricess Seeing Senator4Itady on j the f4r talking to several of hLi colleagues ho Thinly rushed forward smiling bnmillyl and shoqk handi caniostly howdy howdy MIstsli Urady he said An so you got a job lieah too did ou t got nihie im jaititOi What they got iunqhikIn at Kansas City Star Magic thefti 1 Commissioner BiufcWm of XeXv York j at a rMit iinnerderflwd In most lutorestiiiir umittntr thethethi4ds of the skllkd j lcki xrktt He Is sorilevcr at lila b5t clud lth ooqiuiKteioner ttat one might almost believe itlu ertjsble of the ftat atfributctl to a western steve dore UA group of stfvedWs wore luii I lug in a KlieUvr l i4eak of a wbarf One of tli in wcrit acVjpsr the treettrjj njrfug ofch whi tobacco and hi htt nbaenc another suIJ1lntod l the liJHi of pale coiffov jind iiiilk his own tin nf milWow bIn fk coffoc When jtbo tUt at4blore jftfuy lit hand rcteurued 1Ceta Jmrdly lwll hthees1i Wcllilho mM rvtfU0nnll of ctev rr tlitevtVi but to1ipe the milk w- iif a felhfHB cuflPe Vilnt nvc band fr hCs Meant Bolie toKT IjlaiJ sk nkl sever coibi nmnleate wrh hlaiiifaiu t N IerAmV did you jfeiul imcV W prwwisfB IKjllc WJtv of eonnie not I alttfK Ito what I toFd lilmCTevUisd L at7 Ootwid W s On tPtThste aye tiaio when rrdnrr pcnJuaJBlonf itot ttofllt e6uiiih Htji wo have tti shew out teeth to the world When liiWl my senl Ostcwd+Wken theyJtve jiwt been filled with guki ibetrO1t Trlbuuo Away Up Pearl It a a jvoudfr more cOupkte dont iae their 4io ynjoon In a hall loon It 9Q uuiquw nichardOh inpat Jwaeywoon coU plfiM axe up the air without going nplna bnhlaiQliiegOews 5After a FatKlln Rivcrs Arc you on spoaklug terms tvith Itgg1cs Biook 0h yd WUoiver we inept toll liliii hes H ueakjur orfunarcfi ind ho tclb uio Jui nflkr and a stati Infer Chicago Tribune j- Ech1 failcInweaknesses they are the testifiedIremedy oa thousands have FOR KIDNEY UVER AND 1ROUUEitouter a druggists Counter H a i HINTS FOR FARMERS j Careful Woodcutting The quantity and quality of the product from the farm wood lot con be improved by simple methods easy of application says Uut American Cul IsIr cqttiugIsout the undesirable growthS Instead of stJecting tile best trees and those which produce wool which splits easily tlic crooked soarred anil broken topped trees ghouldj be tdk n audjthoscrwkfch are crowding the good trees or lire gverloppetl tby tnem The desirable growth caiinot be takon all at oirco but should bo removed hi eyoraI Cither IJght thinnings treu Uou should be Ivoajipt on1yt to fife quality pf tile tree luft but to their ability to i f fjtrriy tiiadetlK grouud Olielt ttqitd Hfftid IhelJiti2i e and pqiilais reqiUr lighter thinning than boech and hiiid AVoids It Is simply u theJN A Great Jersey Cow The jTeruey cow deialdel of Boecb hukhi lust year S6G days prodHcoO iluy721 pounds of mIlk cdnntiniu- g8yjh pounds of fat The test ivn made omdor tie supervlnlon of the OregoiiVxnorliuent station Her averago petecit cc of f trfor ihe year Vag 543y uidtho fat Is equivalent t 999 iK unIfl i9 oiilicds of butter and ier cvnt fat ust think ofi it 15572 Vdunds pf milk Iut tho year raghAoKIG per teat fat Itink a Jer 9y cmv anda goad one toj exCtuit such a combinatloiu If wo should compute butior na w s done hi tiie dairy demozistraf4on teat 1t the St jLou exposition thoNovcrrun for this grade of milk being t4we zouid credit Adelaide of Befcchlands with 1 XH pdiinds of butter S3ner con fat KatloHHl Stockman and ICnrmei Crowding an Acre A Ka sea tumid is ckn Iagyon InteroetltHf oxpcrlinent on his own ac count to test the powilblfitlbs of pit aero stiys the Amafeua Cultivator The record began Sfcptl 10 the fitcrop bclagi winter splnaeh It Is iigr ured that the crop will bo out oftthe Mway lu the spring In lime to sfetout plants grown hi the lotbeds and green jioiiees The plan ila by canlfnl study to keep the grounds octlipkii the longest pos Bible pcrtotl wltlipuyhig crops1 A luc ord will be ktbtt of tho labor cost and thif rlwults dye likely to be of InteroBt as showing somothingpf the method tbntwHl licwl to bopracticed In futurei times wliou laud beeoinos scarce audj high Roots For Stock Feeding A pood roet c Jlnr vbuld prove an excellent Investment on many farms With tIne era of cprn silage wo hnv eonff to Uwlcro tlnmte the xhie tot roots The increasing coat Jf nun with lIne consequent dipkruity of feeding It at a pwt ineukes it Important to proviUo alt P51t aubtltttte wlikh can be tiso l without detracting from roHiilts In the feeding of swlno cotta mid rhoww pnvtlcwUiriy much vxail be avcdby IJlMsrHluseof roots The storage proMem Is often one of the troublesome otet but a good root tsoitatoesdo Panti rtnd Flr sId Milking a Cow on Either Side Cows arc always mllkcir from the off or right ilde because thoy have b fcn taught that way cow itt bo j milhcrt from Oltlior side If slit la brniijrlit up rlnUfc but l k s iiiimu t htigln st the cte4 Lthi o- fhOIOrilk t flrtt froui one ide ntad then the btler and in a hort tlrnb the holfer wilt not mltid it pften cpm hamiy to milk front llQ loft Idc awl cgwi hould be f mined ta stand for it Tha man Win will nwkb a ypt of his coxvVlU hnvo no trouble and will get greater benefit at n Iklng thne than the ond who troMts her as stranger audfri1le a coIkc by thought sp 4c5klt5 pUl3 convetgJj tIonUoe1 WJS1OGfl5y istcn Ing to ubreIflb M hWcwjiat hebaJ to sav BscMufc Farm Nolcsi Abundant bedding forXtll tho stock Is both hujuane uad e iiowIcaI fo not throw ayoy the wood ashea They make it ood fortljizer for or bttnl lawn ot garden This it tftcf bh Yb manure has a tendono to plle up against the side of the triT pont y liow it you ihlciuld box eomfef table when working irtviiiobari b t you wiU not ltto It Uio7 laraS1 hOt comforlate r01 triib ait puuiureaprostlers 4t 5S SS t- ihrItL1rr the PlanW Summer Comfoft Dont add the7 heat of a Tcitcheni fire to the sufficient disdomfort of hot weather Use at Ncr PcrfecUqn WicklBlrc Flame Oil CodkStove and cook iu comfort With a iTcxr Perfection Oil Stove the preparation of If daily meals or tile bl weekly JJ baking is done without rats lug the temperature perceptibly above that of any other room in the house Another great adyan NEW PHifECHON 1ck ke Flame Oil CookStove is its handsome CABINET TOP which give ft yer convenience of the modern steel range Has art ample 4top shelf for Tvafmhig plates andJieepinff cooked food lbtoi drd shelves for holding sntall cookitiffmtensils iadk even fitted with racks for towels Made in three MM and can be had with or without Cabinet Top Ifsat ot your dealers address our nearest agency TeRoLamp wbet1ter kig orlowiij therefOre fmeirdmdisigreeab1eodOr a3 jc notimoke Safc convenient ornamental the ideal Ji If not at your deHets address our nearest a wqr STANDARD On COMPANY IaeiwpeIM 4 P 4 McCABE fif CUMMINS SbEALEIIS IN 4aStraight Kentucky Whiskies f We ship Whisky from 4 to 10 years sId vat 225 to 400 per gallon i Orders fiVm iKentuclfv filled from our Jodlana hobseif rv WeaJfeo carry instock f 4 Pure blackberry and grape wine per gaIv vl lJ2 25 White corn whiskey per al vj S 2 25c Pure apple brandy per iaTJi1 l3 0f4iCO 4AadressIIoidrsto McCABE CUiflIrl INSh f25 Wet MarlitSt LOUISYILIEKYu t 1ci I Eat What You want of tie food you ne- wahiijfest i Kddol ft You need a sufficient amount of goodwholesomeloodandmoretban uaranec thteyou need toiuUy digest it Got tour driigglrt tsy ad EJQ you cant gain strength nor purcShase a dollar bottle tfC fPf t can you strengtheitiyour stomatliif- itisA can honestly say thai ye diet Ibsi eak Sreceive any beneSts fae ttAlttR You must elit in order to llvcand usinff the entire bottle the rj tmaintain strength It tvlllrefunciyur raonay to yo 5You must notdiet because the without qttestlou or dlay i tody requires that you eati a stuHc We wi ayth druffiat ti yriM leVt amount Of food regularly f of the bottle purchased bfjcmv itthis feodnust be digested bottle only and to bwtx and lhrnust boigested thoroughly famil When tho stomach cant do it IP help the stomach WecdnotaoeItoras Tim proper way to dt that an offer unless we poLtLyely ks Xodqldi eSges as the fifty eatbstUsWhenmuchNothip elson do this the stdmach is weak it heeds help j you must help it by giving it rest Kodol Is made tth ilNi t ftej md Kodol will do that ofB DeWitt 4CoClkss j SOLD BYvBlipUBOJS DfOl USTJDEE OOOOOQOOJQ The Safest apd Quickest Way o 0i f 0 Transer 1one tirx ti JYtIJ bistarce Te 1Of s D1i Ratesapplyto Eooal Manager fi CthiIh31a LYeIephQlle k Telegrapb Cipiiy LpooGOOI iE THING makes baby nervous 5nd fretful and stops gain in weight U the best fsodrnediciiisfoC tstIl tag babIcIt stt1sgIen the nerves supplies Je the teeth keeps tho baby growjnc Cct a n3IlbOtt now jlt Dnilst- t A a IAs an tlrouM4a sslc asd liealthbaifder tpitompSrt with i WI Tt 1- tt1le fIity lae stpmach lier d kU Ieurifythe blood stre1be i jjiijrvvs J cure Constjp tioiv ByiifyaU nfl lousncsS Jauu ice B Mi4a0ht thills and W4rla 5Srjf tsm3c at Hmj thou and KoblatoH flfiff ErIymswT MI MHMW JNttf pNta