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QfarfIPQ t Is ke1dntke- dayi third p eacfi month JVlttseyy Judge Tou Y ouR1r- 1 pintyCutrtSif adayin e tch mouth 1 IItsey Jidge W F3ooker CountyClerk TSMaye County Attorney George Catlett Jailer ISk1iJ y O bourne Sheriff 5Sam Adr on thIdBbbedEddIeman1 t ir4 rt R to FipBryan Assessor T Mitchefi Deputy o rtN TJ asur JMMontgomeryi Oortjner i IqonWoo1 iCLTY COURT IamR Hoe Police Judge 3fJohnjGraceMarsbal cItc v ri JUSTICE COURT VSn0ti e Courts are hsjd in January Apriiauttflco1er fZ t tv hlich Directory i J I METHODIST CHURCH l Rev tGiKit1g Pastor Ser ice3 e erySuuday II amrahd pm Sunday School eve ry Sunday atlO am Prayer mee tng every Wednesday aight o stavP F Henuessai I Pastor SertIc5ivefry Sunday 8 and 10 oclock j5Services at St Rose same hours t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R E C I iwsonr Pastor Preaching etery Sunday at 11 am a1Jf1 at i pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer ireqjn very Thursday evening at 7 oclock7 i BAPTIS CHURCH R y Wra HarriBon Williams Pastor reajChing very Stinday atU am Sand 745 pni S iday School every S pd Yat Ptayer me tinF ev n evcning at 745 oclock k 4I1ISTIAN cHURCH ReyF Wolf pastor J tr ice flrstanji fpurttiSundayr Sunday nf I fF Iraterii1Urders MASONIC LODGE Spriugfleid lodge I 250 meets first and third Mouday indicia month Wa htnffton R A Chapter Ko 57 mc tsevciy scccnduUdar t Springfield Council jSovi2 icciU ell evrtortslbuday Kyiisars of THE MACASEES Meet cvety fiit Wededay in each mot th Te9 Cream Vermifuge i TIE MMUITEEI WORM R REMEDYr ajLIrW FAv1L cIJfli SdJtiI=tcoT IOyIMO RED CROSS DRUG STORE I tI OBSERVATIONS J U1 HE CHAUTATJQUA Th of f ficers and managers of tbe Proctor Knott Chautauqua of Lebanon are making a spe cial effort this year to make the Fourth Annual Assembly July 28 to August 7 the most attrac tive since the organization of this great educational associa ytionforrifedf and held its first meetF aipthreei years a6 at the old home pf exGoverndr J Proctor Knott near Lebanon It was a success from the first and great crowds have flocked to iit each year from Marion and surrounding i counties Immediat lJy aftec its first meeting the rec ors began to look to the hnpr vment of the grounds A llarge auditorium has beeu erectt ed which seats 1500 people At each days meeting last year the auditorium was crowded The place is an ideal one for camp ing and many persons sperd their vacations there each year The present years program in eludes many of the most popularl speakers and eutertainers that could be secured Among the romin ht moa who will appear during the present meetmg is Gov Joseph Folk Missouri whose record as a governor has made him very popular through out the nation The success of the Chautauqua in former years and the entertainment it has af forded will recommen it to the eople this year ll t thiidif nations tCbr Magistrate in the conventions in the respective- istricts will be made quietly ass ere se msLtqbe1itteinteresf manifested ln the matfer Thus fari w3thafr i 1 c onteitin only one distrtefc The ffaQt thattthe compensation paul these officers is very inadequate considering e amount of workisiismpoedupojthem spoDsibility of the position make the office not much sought after j it is not expected that there WIll be many contests as men do not often desire to jt make a race for the fun there is in it It lis believed th tbar mony will prevaiL in all the con ventions and most of the nomi nations will be nude unanimous fl At Public Salet As administrator J A Simp on decease I will ononday n the 26th day jof July 1909 thl3h being county court day sell to the highest bidder oij the pubclie square in the town of prhigd field Kentucky a fine 5yedr old Jark the property of thet state of J Av Simpson de ceased Breeding and terns t mdde known on date of sale This JulyT 1909 JAOECiL Administrator A Courth A Coldl And then ab telling whatunless use Dr Bells PineTarHoney yout tha best ask your neikior took fot the Bell on the BottlerI t 4 WoodRodman LMiss Anna Lee Wood eldest daughter of Mr D St Wood ofI Bardstown and Mr Sam Rod man of New Haven son of Dr H D Rodmanrof this city were married this morning at 530 at the rectory at St Josephs Ca tbedral Rev C J Connell pastor officiating Miss Wood isoneof Bardstowns intellectual beautiful girls a general faVbr ite and Mr Rodman is truly to be congratuate4 upon winning so lovely a bride Mr Rodman ah energetic young business liS No more popular couple r entered on life pathway love In the old town The were Miss Ada Wood sitter of the bride and Mr VessJ Redman brother of the groom The bride was beautiful in tra veling suit of green cloth hat gloves shoes of suede harmon izmg with shade of suit Imme qibpme Rod man lefjt on the 645 train for a short Eastern tour The out of town guests at the marriage were Miand Mrs t A nsel Thomas of Louisville and Miss May Kinkaid of Owirigs ville Bardstown Standard Lived 152 Years Win ParrrEnglands oldestnan arried the third time at 120 work ed in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Whrigt ol Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a sixteen boylhe tak i eTormade life 3 burden but thefirst bot tie of this wonderful medicine con finpedmell had found the greatest curebn eattb Theyre a godsend to weakr sickly rundown orL old peo pie Try them SOce Haydon Robertson Drugstore The Stubborn Mule We scarcely know of a localr ty herethe raulejs notm de mand and prices are being paidl for mules thatj ieven during war- tlfl Des would have been regardedl as Ifabulous Thougn a perver sicjn of nature the mule has grpwu into favor not on account off hfs personal appearance or llanguage but because of his actual usefulness Will this demand continue long enough to justify increased breeding of miiles This is a question that should be ask d and intelligently answered con cerning ever product ot whijjb there seems to1 be alack of sup ply Up6n the correct answer depends 1 the wise action regard jing that commodity WA believe tho demand fjor mules will continue and thjat e prices will feeep pace with it here may be variations of course but we are sur goodI prices may be relied upon afest Prices based upon utility are the to count upon and this coupled with the high prices now paid for horses undoubted thulinsi r cesfor s Exchange The Big Head of two kindsconceit and the big bead ihat en ep frcm a tick he a ache Does your head ever feel like aridsQre1acting on your liver with B allar Herbine Isnt it worth trying f ufgetStore l Terrorized The Town =Frd Simms and Ed Moore wo ursophisticated youths who live in Washington county but who formerly lived in the Cor isIyiIle vicinity of this county 1homeI 1 i overjoyed at seeing their oldI omradesand friends that they to celebrate the event by getting drunk and cutting a few wild west capers tnelt wouldi have done credit to Cn rokee Ed or Buffalo Bill It is said that they rodt up and down the streets of Cornish ville Sunday morning about the time good p pple were on their wayioworship and introduced pJeasiqgtoyoungsters fired their pistols r Ltrandom causing pedestrians tb scAmper into nearby houses and to seek other places of safety to Escape the flyin missels It is said that a dozenshots Ot more were fired but fortunately no one was hit They performed other feats displeasing to the eyes of the people and things were exceeding squ fly for a IHowever message to the sheriffs office in Harrcds burg soon brought Deputy Davenport to the scene By the time of the arrfvfll of the officer the young men retreated saying theywere going to Grapevine Church to break up services there Officer Davenport went on down to the church and soon located Simms but Moore had evidently gone to anqther church for he couldnot be found Simms butIMoore is still at large Simms was tried before C un- ityJodge jtuerhes yesterday morning O riJCharges of breach of the peace and carrying con cealed a deadly weapon He was given a fine of 100 j and twenty ds in jail He was unable to Iliqu date the fine an was turned ove to jailer BoardtlA warrant has been sent to Ui sheriff of Washington County forthe arrest of Moore and itS probable that he will shortly be in bock A number of the better people of Cornish ville who attended the trial say that they are deter mined Ito put a stop to lawless ness in their little city and willj endeavor to bring every offender before he bar of justice Bal trodsbugIopiibIican Life 100000 Years Aio Scientists have found in a cave Iin Switzerland bones of meii who lived 300000 years ago when life was5 coastant danger from wild beasts hBrownfrom deadly disease If it Jiad not been for Dr Kings New Discoyer which cu ed me Hi could not have lived he write uffering a5 I did from a severe lung trouble and stub brn cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Cough atnd prevent t tJPheunomiaearth 50c and 100 Guaranteed byt Haydon Robertson Trial bottle free Baptist College S 1do The1 Baptist college at the southern terminus of Main street was sold at public sale Monday and was bought by Mr George oldII buildings long devoted to educa storicIinterest Very many interesting events will be recalled especial ly by the older residents of the community Lt of days when the Baptist college was enjoying its pristine glory and fame The faculty of this time honored in stitution has numbered amongst its members men distinguished in the ministry and in ithe world haveIbecopie successful often famous in the various professions another i walks of Iiffor which wilbIin its walls will hear with re trPCJiOf the old buildings being divertefKrfi their original use Bards townlllianilcr t Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs M L Searcy Admx etc Riffs vs In Equity John Searcy etc Dfts Bj virtu of a judgment and order ot sale of the Washington Circuit coart in the above styled at the M 9ayfor for sane at the court house door in Springfield IjCyfOn MONDAY JULY 20 1909 at 2 oclock p m or thereabouts to tie highest bidder at public auction uffqn a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described property to wit A lot situated in Springfield Wash cross1trcetthereofwith thereon same conveyed to Mr M Searcy by JA Mudd and Parmelia Muddj his wife by deed with covenant genera and warranty dated the 29th of April lDO duly recorded in Deed Book No 50 page 40 of the Washington County court Clerks pUke Said lot is bounded and described as follows The east by main cross street of t said city but called in said deed the Springfield and Lebanon turnpike f rpad on tne south by a line beginning at the northeast corner of the yard lence on said lot arid running west i wardlyI back 200 feet thence in orthiyn direction 31t rQht angle ofltheI thence up said right of way to the r said street or turnpike Said lot toI have ta frontage of 87 feet with 90 feet on the back or western endpAmount to be raised principal ar idi Iinterest L 83461 4090TotaLFor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or securities must execute bonds bearing legal Iriterest from date of sale untilTpaid and havincr the forehand effect of a judgment xBidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms NG LEACHMAN M O W C C Hows This We onr0ne Hundred Dollars Be ward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Balls Catarrh Cure E J Cheney Co Toledo O wit the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honerable in all business transaction and finan dally able to parry out any obliga tions made by his firm Waldlngf Klnnau Marvin JWholes leDrulgists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the bottle Sold by all Druggists Take HaWs Family Pills for con 8tipatlon m BOQST FOR AMENDMENTS Gobd rRoads and Tax Revi sion Discussed By Repre sentative Men At Paris Meeting fParimeeting of the Kentucky Goc Roads Association here brouKb- ttogether representative citizens from all parts of the State In erese4 in the upbuilding of the Commonwealth The Tax Re vision Comuiission headed b Senator Thomas A Combs Lexington Judge W it Mac 1koy of Newport and Lieu Gov W H Cox of Maysville eld a conference immediately pffollowing the n eetmg of the good roads delegates President W 0 Hinton the Paris Commercial Club called the meeting to order and i introduced the Hon P L Mc 3hesney who welcomed the deli gates The response was de livered by Senator Joe P Bos forth president of the associa 71 ion EdItor Harry Sommers ff Elizabethtown delivered the principal address in which he showed the great importance cIf Kentucky improving her public roads Othar Addresses were made by D esha Br ckinridge of the Lex ington ijerild Senator JW Newman Secretary of State Ben L Bruner Judge W Mac koy Commissioner of Agricul ture M C RanKin and Senator Combs IbacJtw teakenedthe kidneys or bladder you should get r D bightleast sign of kidney or bla4der complaints but be sure that you get De Wittt Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and if you will send ymir name to E CID Witt Co Chicago you will rer c welveand oladder pills Th yaresold hereby Red Cross Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates 1 b1larrncgUguStV Perryville ugTfaysDanville Aug 44 days Standford Jnly313 days Henderson July 27S daysjGeorgetown July 27 j Madisonville Augnst3 S days Winchester August 34 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 6 days I Taylorsville August i0L4 days Uniontown August iQ5days I awrenceburff August 174 das Leitchfield August 171 days DnrbouJSvihe August 183 days Brodheadj August 183 days Shepherdsville August 183 days Ewing August 19 3Jdays Shelbyville August 25 days I Springfield August 25 4 ay ijLondon August 254 dayswFlorence August 254 daystt Frankfort August 413 dayscHardinsburg August313 days TompklnsvilleSeptemberl days j Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September 73 days Monticello September 74 days j jGiazgowsST4TEj SEPTEMBER 136 DAYS l Starved To Death iis what could be truthfully be said of many children who die They have worms poor little thipgsthey dontt know It and you dont realize it If your child is cross com fclexioned and froetulpasty no apparent reason give it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be1sur IIitI i II Sold by Red Cross JJrugiSfore Louisvillei Lamb Market r That Louisville is becoming the lamb market of the country is an undeniable fact During Mayand June 6ver 200000 beadt df sheep and lambs were mar keted here The bulk of this number were choice Sprir ig- lanbsLmore lambs of that character than were on rall of tha r other markets in the country combined during those month and the supply was not equal to the demand at anytime July is starting off welt in the lead former years there being ore 35000 during the first sevenII Jaysolthe month The average price of lambs or the past two months Has Thousds lambs went over the bcalesI Eastern packers at 9 cents per pounJJ and from that on down to 8 cents which was the low mark for prime lambs at any MayIfsheep and lamb industry iin Kentucky is certainly being built up Louisville is becom lSOintYof selected ewes from the Was beretofmerchants who sort tthem up and sell them to the Kentucky farmers and traders Choice ewes this season are sellking on this market at fronTs 34I to 6 12 cents per pound wit the bulk Jf the sales around 6 entsKentucky Farmer A Golden Wedding liYedfage sonsequentI- aveh kep healthy The best way to keep healthy is to Bee that your liver does its duty 365 days out of 36 The only way to do this is to keep Ballarda Herbine in the hou e andI take it whenever yonrlirer gtialu active 50c per bottle Sold by Red ross Drag Store Not Taking Any Chance Former Sheriff Ed Callahan he noted Breathitt county feud lleader whowwas shot from am ush some time ago and who came near dyin from the deadl bullet has sofar recovered iron his wounds as to be able to re s tlumeeverybodY1hat he wants peace ith all goodcitizens He is not taking an moeI chance however and according t bon ceigbb2rsruns iinstead of walks in going etween his residence and soretw hich are fifty yards apartb You Never Cn Tell dstiyiicauae of your rheuI matismb t yOA1fnG You have it- oD you know that llar4Snovi Liniment will cure it relieveiiwtllG pain repuces the swelling and limt bers the joints and muscles so tbs youwlll be as active and well aa you ever were Price 25c 50c ai d 100 Sold by RedCrosa Drug St Had Forty Homsi Vollon the painter was a unique personage evep among the odd charac ters of Paris While be was essen a boliemlaoi there were times hen even his patience was taxed to the utmost and to obviate the neces l ity of meeting unwelcome people be conceived tIpIdea of multiplying hIs lodGing places At the time of his d peathh pomesj atet in all the out of the way corn rih I Of Paris plainly furnished and tustelf He changed from one to the ttherImportunate acquaintances and to take refuge from his friends It was Ili order to throw them all oft the scent that he engaged rooms alt over the city He finayy died in the few de Duukerque where ho had as many i three dlfferenta1lartnenthRU wthlir a stones throw of one another y Skeptical I hint of agree with the folks who 1mY that story about George Washing tton and the cherry tree la a yth raid Farmer Corntossel after a thought sUenceIFor what reaspn Inquired itar rrUI Well human nature IsPnrGaucb same In all generations and if I had a boy who picked up ah ax anI roluntnrily went out to chop wouldnt chide him Id band him I medalWahtugtou Star i Practical I send you 10000 kisses he wrottS Bahf she exclaimed letter aside Why doesnt ho corn e And look over his terminal facilities in person Chicago RecordHerald forIftAyers Hair Vigorr lngredien GJrce QwSetI cwrw sc AIceMI Waer Perf Anything injurious hereAS1c your doctor Anything of merit here Ask your doctor Will it stop falling hair Ask your doctor Will it destroy dandruff Ask your doctOr Does not Color the H I J ATM Oouwurr Lowll IU Latg 5wiiJ tTh j The following skin ftM kbttin g worked exteiilvsly i WiMtV tn Kentucky and it fe well Ie 1Lnoughthe lookout for th m as they relliable to drift thejif way at ap F 4ttitpt 0aA man visits tM laroMr and cJaImstbt he baa b ena at ft y the Btatek ezamiMi fritt tree diMs a Tt ftfl0W will go over the orchil itdrkall the tieee whkshb claiiM ate affected Shortly after Ilk vtofc a confederate will ppar a di say that be has preparatkm thai will cuie the diseaale lorIrhtob t he triis condevled sad will contract to inject a fluid into tot ropts for a certain prjoe Dote a k fickedr A CoBUnf ad Wosuiiiialways JMie w Jithfalallfrecuts barns and scald asd cures rheaihatiim neuralgia lambago aad all muscular stiffness 25c iOc clad IttOa bettle S0l4by Red CroM Drtt Store THE HORSE H kt tiif44 That Hca A taupM Any HMH There have bees es zMMtiea att various times hones that are appar ently prodigies Huttkenatkal hwtfflrt tthatthetrara we ab Bolately kvow ttJK ftI cal Mi oauck as cost at alL FvcthenMre K is always the tone fiat perferiMr these marvels tfemgk the liene k tk most utterly stapld of all tIM vICteahtreltut sua baa s4 bit I fr jjThati always takes to be ade late am arRh metlclsQ He Is so chifM that he esa be taught aaythlBCruy haWt Aat I and having BO mlai ie he Ukesi a with his own affairs caa herMkMI is to do he to lAllever their detail are work Ii- aIly easea the Mae way The bees Is taught by ebdlesa repetKie aeeie 1seeMnkalbe begiaa te paWe1set AaetsMr atgaal maihe stops reese prsaer buttpa asd he takts a sfsais Aid raW It over a cettala toi a hieek bertainhe meaning of the act exists for the crtlaeeanaWfrttthe card bears the reply te a fvestlea ut the horse doe set kaew ltZsme lytol1ws a bHa4 hahtt JWtaa WHIthotlCkonr recltatloa of the Declarattea ef ndependeeeMcClrei MafsaVse A CHrleuc llseelvii Hanovers tot dkcefere a very curioMf caiat t jNaU ttole afe as he was leeklat thre a papers that date hack tat jtte eenth century The docvsMat to I re ceipt probably the ealy e r 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cbekWT NOE 1 lUlaZMON psM WBUS- IIJIkrOtC D OATLZTT JII WTgITCHELLfl ol du3 W CRUME 80 ltG ROBEETS J we are Authorised to annoupce JON W GORDON sa cktat for Justlcfe of the pI apd1ewxoja4 otw iUI Ptterlai Districts ajibject to r Jc ati df the Democratic cOnl tAt14We are uthort afltnce r J A MEDLEY ai a dMte for Justice t f the 1 PMe ki No 9 and Fred 1 fici elel1 tdcts sub the Democratic tUrWe are a thOr1Zed to ammounce to JV IttLLEraC e M a candidate for Justice of the i PeiCSi4LdRO J9 ndred- edStMI1terta1 dLstrkt sub- jectteiHactwB of Deteocratic Sy W l4 We JitiWibeitQ announce JVM ai4Wmtt 1o Jwticeo the PcloCeJir8Prb le1tl No lOand KeU1 MMT Maerial Atttrlct subject to tW action of tke Democratic convey r t Directors Meet I Tk 1kpurd df Directors of the Witfiiifetbir County Tobacco r fi Wr botise Co held a meetingd JaIyL Aeoidll1oblamt fIi rtaitbuiiasswtran tdUncltedibK rtporU of build fcg eihti + tallot which were jjUiiJackHy to tbt board which I Sowed that aatiif eWryro jgteM had be n made andindi MUf tlit 1jby the time the tot bAoojp k rsady lor market Yte f will3T all the faciHties pc Majjuo maintain at spring Wij 41 k1e Jo gQ Murkfteifrte State thus secy 5mg to Ytry growar the highest price Tfor his crop be it large or waair 1v f At a forkaef meeting qtSboritlt waadetermiried to sell 800000 are of the capital i ockQf tbt Company Within tnt to conatroct additionaLt bsil4iatt aMmaks other nec fr1 ipaproremintB ljrere wMooly about 7000 ot stock J oW originally The whole is jSSi tne stock will ibe 15X0 At the time iti was determined to sell the additional 18000 of- atock it fas thought there OLd b considerable diflSculyi 1 a t1JMliDC pgchur for J IIChea1 ssbseriptitsweie J sxa alMa as found that th amount offered for sale bad f been subscribed for when the board of Directors re aced the subscriptions of theJJ rMpective aubsciibers so that the 8000 of atokwwaWardOd tile yarkMMi ubscribers on an I qsitS bw and every body t n w Lu o iiS of the fact that tbVorTgUal subscribers for iooc ol stock had been without iheiuM of their money i f4iontl me a divide d of ten per c nttwas declared on all iwic1l l stock paid up 16 fore 4Wl41 1009 As ihe compan- yaeqIl alfthe money on hand at thirfiiiU with which to pay for i wbttUdiiigs in process of con trcttoii it was deWrmibed thatI ilM3fjinl should nob be paid I m Ujiber J tntiify 1 t 1910 T dhectors oidered a ia3 jjto4ICeO the 5R1r cent til UM bciiption0t the nw 4Mcxk the remainder jo be called i iMkilEen as tHe work proVIIQL JUito the old Mockt subscrlp Ipidlfor It as deter I aEdl that all soon Btoct nd w fur fr aufusti s1oiil b canciiledandany o 4 4 1T55 berefot should be ria f I a J n V ff1ITt ftw4wk have ps f j w tol te yl1JPPJo lia 1rm lJitd puce it- iiier1bt yjAl 110 eoI aiLauaf1t bbs MI a inle cb fW gDCtne8i it l 4- Pff Gstaty lt rbwilbel at the bIth t0 6ter sister Mrs E fci Vanan dalefi who is dangeroi y ill irlth srn4ptioir Hi j L Sutherland dI wife r fJ- of Willisourir and Mrs Add Sharp of Daytoo Knsasspent N ji1rtithMr ndMrS LH Gray Capt Mnssin and wire of r vvi1Je are spending a few ilays with Mr and Mrs S G Eardesty v Mr C P Goatley and wife were guests vat the home of J H Gray Saturday night Mr Rufus Goodlett wife and spentSUrdTi itilers parents Mr andi Mrs Thomas Virgin of near Maud Aajnt Julina Hays an old and respected colored lady died at beIpLnoiW day iast week of ccnsumpjtipn i t MrandMrs Tom Snider of Chaplin spentbnedaylast week wittiMrs L1 y Sale Mrs SaraJI Hayes ofMoores y4lespentTseveraldays of last Hkwit heinjjtheiMrs John Hafdesty who has been sick for several days but is letter at this writiDg e Mr Richard Snider wife and ehiJdrenVreturaed to their home near Fairfield after spending sev r4dayswith Mrs Mollie Wil laths Tberearep1a Y1mjtation8 of DeWitVs Garbpllzed Witch Hazel SalveDe Witt1If thet original Be sure you get DeWitts Carbplized Witch JHazel Salve when you ask for it It is good or cuts bttrns and bruises and specially good for Piles Sold by- Re Cross Pharmacy REPIffiT MvTHE CONDITION i 2 + OF THE 4oplesDeposittBink oirfg business at MainSt town of Sprigfleld vdinty of Washingtoii Stat of Kenlackyjr at the close qf business qntiej8t day fqlf19 9 i qCrECES Loans QdP cQUJlt with ooe pr TAre endorsers as urey 26228356 Real Estate Mortgage J 1221 Qalls Eoaifs Collateral 000 SQ4USBoOther k B istEtj OOOOor uetfroMi National Banks s252628Z n1efr9 atit n kand ankexft lf9t5 2672C2 DueTffoni Tru Companies 0oc- oUItdStiiaidNatftina1 Badk ifotes ir8SQt0 pecto t569911 17649p Checks and Other Cash IIt Overdrafts Uncured0000 i Taxes LI 0000 Current Ejcpenses Paidw 945 Real Estate Banking House 500000 Other Real Estate 0000 Furniture and Fixtures odoo Other Assets not included under anYh of above heads ix 0000 Total E 3Ut121OO- t rI BiLITrES pfl stock paid iiiIncaSh JM 5000000 Surplus Futids C 2750000 Undivided Proftts 219004 1 3314JDeposesoft which interest not paids 206 66884 Deppsitssubject to check oh which interest isIpild 0000 Demand certificates of drpdsits on which iinterest is paid 00Q0sTim ertifi ate5 ordepo its pnwfiich interest is paid iL 48 89024 Saving depdsits oh which interest is paid 0000 25S590S Certified Checks 0000 Due National Banks j 284410 Due State banksand bankers 269632 PueTrust companies 0000 554042 CasnierscIJecKsQutstand ing 0000 Notes and billsredissount ed 0000n wLJnpaiddividends r opooBiltoOOQOAmputftposits on hand u 0000 OUter liabilities pot m cluded under any Af the above iead3j 0000 5 TpUh 34112100 Syxra opKEKTiJOKT oousTtor WASH INQTOS 88 jiteboveamed tqtheJA BoyiMJlKj Cashier Subscribed and sworn to efo4eme this lath jay of July 1909- CHASI M McCHORD Notary Publi- cCoTAttest i 6DTIOBERTSON IT E CASB Directors HR THOMPSON tVItaI Point r babIJit Buffers with attacks the bowels a 4o endangering In most cases ths vlltfe of the iniant McX3ee Baby Eixit Cqes dirthoera dyentay and aAdangementJ ot the stomach or bp vcelsvSpld 6y Red Cross Drug Store 3 r ItI k ValMSali 1tlaIi 1bnEsince I- lpih1e1d tbetrection the NEVsL DERtbat 1 fear I hafe forgotten how to address THE GREATc DANYILLE FAIR It Four Days of Pleasure and Entertainment lpl tf t i 8 FAIR I- oEST in rcCentral KX r I I L AIlEttsi iI f t Special Rates on All Railroads Races Every Aftern nJtti rSF s PdgramII if I i Day ne Show of Stock r L i L BRIGHT President Lj M DUNN SEcr tarS f tiun 1 i i it fioweyer J have enjoyed its news ftjorrr week to week anti look forward to its coming with pleasure if it hase been irnpos siblefor me to bea contributor of same One thing we admire in our new editors is the fact that they are not afraid to speak their opinion on different subjects es pecially along Democratic lines We believe in being thoroughly what we are Miss B ssje Roberts of Spring field is visiting Mends here Little Msse Virginia and Nelife Foster of Louisville con tim e the guests of their grand parents Mr and Mrs Mont gomery Reed and other relatives Mr Edvrard Goatiey wife and little sons spent last Sunday with Mr Rufus Goodlett and wMfeat Tacdestys Miss Martha Tucker and Mrs Paltrier Goatiey left last Satur day tD Visit the latter daughter MrsV J E Fergurson at After a weeks visit ther Mrs Goatlcy we learn will then visit her soi Howard irflOld Mexico Miss Susie Edgerton has re turned bom rifter a visii to her auot Mrs Katie MoranI Mr C P Goatley and wjJ were guess of tamil of uer tvs Sat- urijjJ Sunday Mr Lynne Bush opened xjboql at this place on Monday 01 the past week One of our patrons remarked that if be would prov as successful a tea cher as his father he would be a good one So novfLyine if you will excuse a slang expres sion ls up to you to exert yourself and receive the bouquet warded your nonpred sjfe- Mr Palmer GiunJy json the sick list H iiMr and Mrs Thos Reed jis itpd Mr Will Moran Mpsdames Edward and Clyde ppatley visited at the lhome of J E Goatley Monday Gilbert D nahoe started his hresber the past week It liar all the modern equipments Mr was the first wheat threshed in this section Mr P A Lyd ane visited friends here Saturday ANifhi Riders Raid Tne worst night ridera ire calom ctoton oil or aloes pipTney raid your bed to rob you of rest Not sq wtih Dr Kings New Life PiUs 1 hey never distress or inc nv nience but always cleanse the system curing CoWs Headache Constipation Ma lana 25c at Rayon Robettsonl r Jj i Litsey f Mss Alma Vaharsdale of Harrodsburg is Visiting Miiss tlarvey Vaniwsdale j Miss Harvey Vanarsdale and Ara Reed undo a Jlying trip to FenwiclrTtiusdayJ Miss Fnyna R se Polih visited Miss Gladysvyalker Sunday and Monday Miss Leil RoBerts and brother Ivor spent last week with Miss Grace Shehao Hark Shehan spent last Sunday with his fathep Mr Dudley Shfchan ITliOse who wen oli the excur ion to I inTnoth Cave last week jp fe Misses Nannie Thompson Rertha Igirtop Sue Re d and Messrs f Nat Th n psou E Jd Wllet and Boss Leachman tiMrsLJy n Gregory spent Thursday withj Jrt Goodloe of near Springfield Rev Fathers Kerrion and vlaher visited 0 O Polin and Iffamily Fridyi t- Miss Barvey yanarsdale entertained a fewof her frierfds Friday eveniog in honor of her guest Miss Alma Vauarsdale Those present were Misses El enor Reed Delia Rav Gregory SaraReed aLd Alma Vanarsdale md Messdj Mit Loachman Henry Gregory Frank Yankey Onarlie LiUejy andTack Reed L Misses Della Ray Gregoijyaiid Elenor Red spent the latter r Do You Want To Buy j g A FARM I L iI Wecan sell you one any size any location any I price Weare ready at all times to Show you come Iandsee us About r r 100 FARMS f t I InQur Lands See partial list below jh No 1 100acres 5 miles from Lebanon 5 piles Springfield 0 Jroom dwelling in good repair 3 barns plenty of grass plenty of all under good fence Price 5000 IHtncre 2 237 acres sixiriiles from Springfield pn good pike 2 houses 2 stock bafrisyOO acres of new land plenty of IIfIlter plenty of nsever failing water ill under good fence 3 195 acres 1 mile from Springfield dwelling houses 2 houses 2 barns plenty of water all of farm in grass all j under gjood ience Price 55 per acre 86 12 acres 1 mile east of Mackville a room1 barn all outbuildings fine orchard if 5K 1NO14fruit aitsunder 3500 good fence plenty of ater hvellingII 12S acres Unifies from Spririgfieljl 11 mile 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco b 1j11new of timber good stock barn all the farm vill raise J45 per acre irNO 6 12Oacretl7 room dwelling 12 acre to acco barn fine Stock barn Ibo acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of Upand all II under good fence no overflow land Price 85 per acre 1 1 No7 200 acres on good pike brick uwelling tenant house tobacco barns fine tobacco land at lleast onehalt of the Jand Price 40 per acre I Lake Bosley w farmII 8 F r 1 tii fi part of the week with Harvey Vanarsdale J On last Saturday a baseball t am from Springflefcl came out and played a dojible header with tha Litsey Leagers The Springfield boys took tthe first to5Iteam won the second by the scqie of 9 to 2 The principal feature of the jgame was the fielding of Kelly arid the pitching of Medltfy The SDnngfieW boys pl Jed an severalIcostly errors were Wade by the home boysU Miss Louse Tucker and Mary Taylor of Springfield attended the ball game here Saturday Mr George Knoff pf Louis viMe spent Saturday and Sunday witty Mr J IMartin the guest of Mis Adeline Cox Miss delioe Cox is spending this week attend ipg the teachers institute et DeWitts Carbolized Witch Uaiel Salve when you ask for JL There are a great many InuiP 7ons but there is just onj ertginal This Salve is gjaodr rf anything where a saly J is neebed to beMsed but it is especially goodfdr Piles Sold by Red Cross Drug Store The best pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills They aje small gentle pJeas ntleasy to1 ta eiand act promptly They are sold by Red Cross Drug Stqre Worshiping a Turife At n place culled Kotfon on the French Ivory Coast the witlvos be llevcthat to eat omlostroy n turtle would mean death to the guilty one or sickness among lie Tamlly The fetich men of which there are plenty dleelarc- that years ago a mnn went to sea fish Injsr 4 In the night his canoe wusI ThtcelllUs ItheyI one of that species althougji they en Joy other species It one happens now to he washed ashore there Is n rreat commotion In the town First thp women sit down and start singing jjnd heating sticks next a sinaUvlece of white cloth color must be whiter la placed on the tur tles Iwck Food Is thou prepared and placed on the cloth geiurallyiplan ttaljisrJct and palm oIL Then amid a lot more Ringing dancing and antics of the fetich people it Is carried hacfo into the sea mid goes on Its waj re jolclig Tod Much Expense Yes said JjIr TyKPhIst I tvns just stepping on the car when the conductor gave tiie uiotorman the slg st1rtel1Isat down on the muddy crossing ruining a twentytwo dollar suit of4 clothes Thou you sat there swore Ilko n trop er and gjiashed yourt teeth In mge1 suppose remarked the vsyni pathlxIng listener No said Sir TytaVhlst 41 may have sworn a little b tldldut rto any gnashing Mv teeth are new and cost me OChlfngo Tribune WakedThem Up Dr Hans Ulihter the famous con ililetor wlilltf supervising a r ihearsal In a London tlieater ppceyvas much tnnoyed at tiiecitljn way the playors- ivcre tklng the liufiassloned music Gentlemen gcntlcmpn sahl ho- itiddenly stopping short otfrc nil flaying like married inchit not UUc lov rsyTVestmlnster Gajiette Not His Fault IIoweU A good deal dipeudu on the fbrdiatlon of early JnitbltsC Powelll knoAv it When iiwns u baby my mother hired a woman to wherl me nbout and have been pushed for money ever sincprrLoudou Mall 1On Time Does hu cvcrjdo anything pn time Oh yes He iqltst work Detroit jRreePrjcss Whwiyyoji ii4l an article liy felgiit tmIIN t tt ther people haf4t lIu UI ho J a 3500 in mm purses given aji 1Y fic ti1i TB tit MichiganCty Mrraya-nd GoddardGrundys iniSpringfield IIII UNIVERLTY1II11 VIVI I I = IrI E = t II The State University Lexington Kentucky offers the following courss namely Agricultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical En gineering Mining Engineering Classical and seten Scientific courses cch of which extends over fpulyears and leads to a Bachelors degree also a Depart eatablHheclinstel prepare 1 advancedwork in pedagogy and degree in this subjecjt I when completed The Academy for preparatory instruction is retained VVCounty appointees receive Free tuition privilege of residence in the dormS I 1one1 l t ConireuleV1078V of J t assistants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in Patterson Hall which is well equipped with all the modern conveniences bath raom hail I for physical culture at 300 per week All courses of study in the University are upon to women on identicalcondifions with those applying to malesVFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to f JAMES Ka PATTERSONPh D LLD PresidentI Iorto D C FRAZEE Business Agent J iLiFall term Begins Sept 9 1 09I A Guessing Game Each couplet to be answered by the name ofanlslana or group of Islands Im served at luncheons uow and then And much enjoyed by hungry men lliandwschV Im ridden ny a little child So must be gentle careful mild Shetland rhymeimLong OIGodu creations waslatest And by myself considered greatest Man 1 am a shaggy quadrupedVOnce used to draw my masters sieVNewfoundlandV3 am a girls old fashioned nameVYour granny may havo had tho same Caroline jIm foffec ata certain kind And mot delicious tod younmuiVJava j Just from the mnt youll see am piece df gol and not a sham New JuiieaVr sweetly sins and urn very small little bird beloved by tiVCanary I itri an officer of pAcc Bo must not from my vigil cease Marshal Nohnal Instnictor RiverVThe Amazon Although not the lnrgestort longestt 1110stwmdcrIriver In the vf ilil with a m ot tit l150 miles in width muJwItJorlJ of wjiter that repeis cIllIt loastovori toys the ocean ti distance of mor hull Hfy fcrtgnus 1cth spite c iho n olglit of IifTiviT tin 44 i make Us hiflucn felt for miles frot the coast The easterly trade wluds loW IIhllott bnvsirlahly 111ioni solq to be ready to helpuhe vessel agalrwf the mhlrsccnrnul4 In Dlsguisa Io you inpauto say that j on flirted ivlth your vflfeuir the evening at the awsUed hull and didnt know berTV Thats ritfht lint slIeUi81 ifucVil llgrtDIiblt how was II4o know acr V4 fii- iCsWVOL HIDESMDFURS- FeaIKrgTallwJeeswu GiMaltl GeIa Seal Yellow Root etc We yoathaaReference JanV Bjnk u LouisvilleV ahipPiniM S ABEL A SONS f- CTA IMS 221 E Market SU premium t J a I I regrantedalJacbeIors i l A a 44OB iiDELENI IRVINE wmtsf- rlie toJL f r IiORPORATEDV N W Corner 7th Market LOUISVILLE KT JHome Phone 7765 Special Attention to Man Order Ctcrs GMkMitaiU2f i VV i fWe make a specialty tf the following brands I tlattIugIy Moore Sprint 1902 at 400 Belle of Marion Spring J902at JetiEv rilade Wathehs Spin 1907 at225V V We alo handlelMattinify MoereRsIImg Frk i eJ It and Willow Spring bottled II Itofti Pure v Apple Brandy and Blackberry Wme v x WWV VjtVV ri3 i3 J 33t 3JJJtJ J MtiIIIEf HUR ftL Iilli FARMER Make your hjome as modern for vjor VV4V Vfamily as a citoaeaidence and place yourself in a positIisV1 1rto get the latest market quotations at any tim This can iin betcccmpli lied by meatl of our telephone service inch 11fj Ol lpd olr neigh on get for a sum th t Is 6maUCOIl1 predvtth the benefits received Call ora dress ournear iV est lhce 1 f direct to headquarters N hvll1ereBtI1n for infotLit i1 earling our special l FitMLVrate 1fya c not afcpresent enjoingte1ephoneservIc we can hum cIteIYin ere tyou Our lines cover the States VV r ofKtintucktrlilnesseeMlssisefppi onislanaaridtliei t southern portion yf Indiana and Jtionls CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE riLfeGRAPH COMPANY i Incorpriteu r f Bv f ry Body Sitlsflcdf Who as tried Dr Bells Pind Tar Honey for coUghs coda lacri po or any throat or bronchial trouble Get a bottle today Sold everywhere Look tor the pell o the BotCIe j VVCho IftSoro yeSV Are easily ontod with Southerlands EJagle Eye Salve IMfa rainles aid harmless and guaranlecx 2c a box Sold evcrjwheie e I i tTwoipuOn- Dr Bel AutlPa is1bo4k wnal andXexterual remedy U ua- stIeptI S l emehcttiaM4 deMy ttt s8aMge4 SOld everiwhIes positive guaraktet 71 qOid Gers it Are tny a s4- Bells AtI1iIPfICSaIYsI111 b J1 Jitl v It U claaMWttow oilcrwbCrfo a h014 r= i ir Cr wl7w iiy I DR GrT4 BURTON IDENT ITI1TEETH EXrQctED tI1rHOUT PAIN It k1i s4ris aPlWG iiLit KY AM otal Work Strictly J PircIas- DR 1 l J C MU r Ppkiu cSIr eon O c hours 8 k 9 amu L 1to2pm Oafcott rer Haydons Drugstore l iL Jl H LptunMDr f OfQctii0 era Mwise jO4tFlHI1tNL tj2 yrc He 38 i V F RlGSBYJ J r TcNEYAT LAW IeflIr oss IRawJwJD KY DrMWHYATT I u Oftct oytr Bed Cross Drug e Office hoars Hyatt 1030 LM to 12 n 4 tff 5 pm MM Y1 MAYES a hi fUIEIlt UIHECTOH r r J noA UCEISO EMBAlMED j TEHONE DAYINIQHTWa8PRH6FELB n RaUrpad Schedule following iis the time schedule oliec on the JBardstown to Md Sprlnjfield branch railroad Mo4I Leaves Louisville atf 801t1D Bardstown Junctionb 1522 p m Bardstown 606 p m ijriVMmt Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a p Bardstown 645am e Bardtttown Junction 7 3Qo m arivM at Louisville 820 a m l No 48 Leaves Louisville at 785 a m Bardstown u tion- i810 a m Brdstbwn 1045 a m isi arrives at Springfield 12il5 p m No 44 Leaves Springfield at 100 pm Bardstown 220 p m Btrdstoirn Junction 410 pHirrivesat Louisville 545 prott No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield 715 a m Bardstown 800 a m Bardstown Junctiopy 845 a mj arriei at Louisville 935 ainv No 91 Sundays only Leaves iLouis4Ile it 600 p m Bards torn junction 645 p ta Bards 1j730 p mjj arrives at Springfield at 825 p m Gommijioners S albj Washington Circuit Court Ky MrcrML Searcy Admx etc Plffs i V 1J InEquity John Searcy etc Dfts flByef sale of the Washington Circuit court In the above styled case at the May term 1909 of said cQurt JiwllIJor foffor sale at the court house door in j Sjrtn1Ie1dKyon MONDAY JULY 26 1969 at 2 oclock p ra or thereabouts to tthe highest bidder at public auction t upon a credit of 6 and 12 months tSfollowing described property to wit A house and lotsituated in Spring O fl iOunddi suiurb i of lots 18 and 19 of whVis known as thThurman AdditioXtosald city of l in tile u bWashingtoaas follows Beginning at a point on north sid e of Main street corner of Jot No Sat thefnorth of Center street running thence in tttherly direction with sail CenterXtreet to corner to lotNo 11 oi an addition ownea by I H Thurman thence xtith Thurmans line in an easterly direction SO feettt corner toJ F Kineharts property through iots 18 and 19 and along lh eastern boundary of lot No 5 to Main street 216 feet corner to Rinehart and lot No 4 thence with Main stt eetIc 60 feet to the beginning same being property conveyed to M I Scare by J R Barber and Mary F Barber his wife by deed with eovinant ofIgeneralwartauty dated the 28th day ef October 1902 recorded in Deed Nq48t page 518 of the Vashinjton Countyjcourt clerks office Amount to be raised Principal and interest 107272 Estimated cost 4000 ITotalto be raised 111272 JBqr the purchase price the pui cases qr purchasers with approyed jecurity or securities must execntt- bo4d bearing legal interest from MiQ sale until paid and having the iorce ad ejfect of a judgmentt Bldiirg will be prepared to comply fcvoiptljr with these terms M G LEAPH1LAN M C W C C IK1LIm COUCH m OUHl THC LUNGS Niw wmtDr liIIaDis F1CS8 1rr ftUTAII lEI I0 zomuiui Irr 6 = TOWN 11lhe11 I All AboutYturteir FrltrwU J Mtf Acquaintances rl IMiJ rlT3pt3wliteNo rl never used will sellXrVght Address Box 346r LebanonSKy School tax for the yea 1909 was due July 1st GC Wharton X Treasurery 1FoR 1rf LOSTOne pale red cow with White spots on flanks one shell of ijorn knocked off I jISchool will open in District No 1 of Educational Division No 6on Monday July 26 with Miss Susie Pope as teacher Mr Edward Money who until t recently was employed a bar her at the eelbach Hotel in o Louisville has been employed by Mr Hardesty jtb assist in con noting his barber shop at the Waltcm Hardin Warner charged with shooting at Joe Youug with m lent to kill was brought out of jail for his examining trial to day Be waived examination nd was admitted to bail in the P sum of 250 i Mr T Jv Miller recently soijit 165 acres of land near Willisburg Mr B Poulter for S70 perhacre Mr Miller says that his other property at Willisburg is orsaleand parties desiring to- uywlll do well to call on him l Persons who were driven from home as it were when the old c lm in front of the County Clerks office was blown down t last April will be glad to know that they can return to th ir olrJ shading place as ajarge awning being placed over the door of the euilding Ji Mrs J A Coulter died yes terday morning at her home near i3lsboro Her death was due to heart failure Mrs Coulter was about forty years of age and hal been married about one ear The was a most estim able woman arid her death is mourned by many friends Funeral services will be con ducted at Willisburg todaytt j Katie Hertlein and Brother have put in tjieir store kn iceless fountain the newesli uptodate f fountain on the market It is a th eanty arid will give drinks icer cold at all times as the syrup as well as the soda watejr are kept icecold by a current of liquid airi It will be in operation to ay By the use of this Im t proved fountain they will be able to giye colder drinks and better serVIce at all times than in the older way Messrs Lake an Bosley our two wide awake Seal estate men old in the past we kthte farm f Mr Jame9rE Hagan consistt i ing of 91 acres near Booker to Mr Wm Peterson The price paid aas OvDer acre This new firm of rea estate agents as been doing a hustling busi ness since it was formed many sales of real estate having been made through them e The protractecF meeting at the Cnristian church at Mack ville began Sunday July 19 to continue two weeks Bro J Stafford is being1 assisted by 1 Horace Ktngsberry of Harfods urg The meetings are an nounced to begin at 8 oclock poi each evening during the luekMr Kingsbury by TC quest will have for his subject on Sunday night Our Abiding City A cqfdial invitation is i extended to all to attend these t evangelistic meetings tIThe Danville Fair which will be haldl this year on August 3 4 5 and 6 promises to be a great fair The fairs in this his toric old town in former years have been very successful and rie present indications arelhatl the coming oue will be no ex caption to the rule One of the i pedal features which is always n inducement for a large crowd co attend is the races which wiU jeheld every afternoon i The attention of the Democrat ic Tcters of preci nctNQ9 and Predericktown is caLed to tbe1 unnounjement of Mr J W Wil TOPICS iI i = lett for magistrate Mr Willett is tOQ well kn wn to the voteis of his district to needany outi side endorsement He has al ways been a substantial citisen And a matrof the fiigheat type and has ver been a coosistent Dt ocrat If nominated he will receive the united support of his panto All Odubredscool dis jtricts will hdKLtfn election for trustees ontheIt Satprday in jAuKust Trusteeselected at twolyearsblanks for notLi aiion may be bad from tbe local ifcus tee or the county superintendent These petitions must be filed s with the county clerk ten days pri9r to the date of election The petition must be signed by tenlegalvoters residents of the school District also a certificate eligibility must be filed with the county clerk at the Same time as the petition These requirements Will have to be complied with before a name theIIOn another page of this issue appears the annouhcfementof E Dedman asa candidate lor the Republican nomination for epresentative No man per haps is better known tor the vo ers of Washington County or 3 stands higher in the councils of is party He was for many 1 years engaged iin iteaching I school and by hisclose applica tion to business and his deep learning established for himself an enviable reputation as a tea 1 her f Mr Dedman is one of the j most prominent Re1ub1cansin the county and hisf sptfnd ad vice listened to jin Ms partys meetings The statement of thet Peoples Deposit Bank shows its strong financial condition Under the recent ruling ofI our State officials all Slat banks maybe called upon at any time tom ke statements as to their- scondition consequently they will have to be ready at all times to make statements Tire f present statement was called for- tby the Secretary of State as of date July 8th and shows theC Dank to be in a strong growing condition Theregular seraian nuall statement made J no30th- shows tbe gross earnings for the first six mouths of the jeati toe S888092 After the paya meutof all expenses to date and taxes for the year 1909 the remainder showea pet earning of 8 per cent for six mqpths which should satisfy all stock holders as to the able manage I of the bank l Old Firm Back In Business It will be wiih pleasure that the friends of the old firm of Mc IBlrpy Schultz will hear that they are back in business at the same old stand As was an t nounced ibrcugh the columns t two i weeks ago Mr A Rs Shultz purchased the interest of Mr b J Anderson it was then t Announced that the firm would be known as Shultz and Hatch tt but Tuesday it was fiundr that another man was in the business Mr James C McElroy purchased the interest pf Mr Hatch ett and the firm will beSf known by th old firm na5e of j McElroy and Snulfz The re tiring firm we e engaged in the business for apout six months and though th tithe Was short good money Both were mn with a hrg circle pf friends and enjoyed a large trade t McElroy aod Shultz are old men in the business and understand t every detail Oflit Both are men of fine business qualities and under their able managenxent the business will prosper Teachers Institute l The Teachers Institute is in session at the Graded School building this weekProf A S Mackeniie of State University is the Instructor TJle hive been of an lecturesI nature and consequently teacherfZllbuJ cation hafe been secured Prof Mackenzie has demonstrated to those who have tieard him thatI heis not a man of wild and im possible theoretical idear but 1 T i arT rI ft Q fZ 14 iij ii J I pProctor Kntf Chautauqua = Asso iatioQ 1 i It LEBANON KY fr1 Iff 1 t JUlyr 2IlIf I 1909 4ugust ijnclusive 01 ti I Bptiful Grounds Ideal Placeefor Camping An Unexcelled Program I j isI ATTRACTIONS SOMIEOF THE MUSICAL KelloggHaines Singing ic AEIONSHIP Base Ball GAME EVERY DAY to rent as follows NT1htS t10x1235050 1 14xl6t 5 50 Teeth ex tracted without PAIN or I I No charges t when are iDone i this of ce is firstclass in every respect and just as ad s vertised OS Ky i OOM MM that he is in every sense of the word a man A was given by the at the House rnght Tee was very interest mg end a large waf to enjoy Part in WIlS ably by PJrbfes ors Geo Calvin Elmer Hume Uhas O and Prof A S Very by he local ladies asso ciation will be given to night at the the for will be The part hi spe willbe cf inter est is urged to ttend The are of great benefit to the and it iis the best means f the of and and it is- o be that si large crowd will be to show the In The i The case of TH s Vm and John Foster which was a over the sale of some tobacco about day The was by W E and the by Mr W F The- ca e was tried before a jury and in a for the for 3000 the amount sued for The case of1 A M Floyd vs J was tried before a jury The was r by W D and the byrr S It was by Floyd that Logs his corn Mr had Mr Ma ves but failed to show up on the day of trial The jury a verdict for the for 1500 ti All claims Alex Mil ler will same to me proven on or bof orf 1 1i 909 4 0 JIM ALJ For Sale Mr Thcs J willl rhave for sale in on July 26 one carload of black faced sheep one two and three years od A rare chance to buy good sheep J The Band The 4 S of AldayiS I IIS App1y IarIy kind Get Choice oif Lots DANGER plates Springfield public teachers Opeia Tuesday program audience present ittThe Teachers discussed Durham werV Another Opera Hpuse subject Parents kcialties especial public sessions general public securing parents teachers hoped present tonight Courts Roralty Hatchett consumed onehalf Plaintiff Selecman Grigsby resulted verdict plaintiff Carney plaintiff presented defendant tyyes elaitned Carneys Carney returned against deceased present August Sheep Motjday Concert Musical Party Lnla Timmoris of Lebani otJis Miss Mar Lee Simms Mr Henry deien and wife and son Joseph of Louis i yule visited Miss iarrie Edell en this week N rrJ Edwin Smith ahd wifeI of spent S1bmday with Mr and Mrs Kent mi tow J Prof A L Jenkinsi and wife of Cincinatti are visiting Mrs the regular monthly term of the Court number of casks were on the docket 4bout hnf were continued and the other halt tried out Mr James Hayes of Mt Zion was in to wtV Monday Mrs W A Waters and son Thornton are pending a few days at AuHreW and James C McTElroy were in Lou isville Tuesday Mr W A Waters suent Sun day and Monday at Tatfiain Springs Miss Catharine isji visiting Miss Mrs William Pl Peter who has been visiting Mrs Charles Robertson will return to tier home at Dallas Texas this week Miss Mary Lizzie Coomes of is visiting her sisWr Mrs L D Baker Mr Alma of Hal rodsburg is1 visiting relatives this week Miss Laura Baker has turned from Jo Fredrick town Mrs L D Baker was at Naz areth Tuesday Miss Madge Graves of Luis vflle is visiting the family of Mr T J Graves Little Miss Prall pfr Henry yule Ind I5s visiting her Mrs NBettie Grit ham Miss May Belle Gibbs of Shel Miss Janje Bazel has returned to her l1omein aftei a to Miss Mabel Brfce Tom Nallyof Sunday and Monday wth his wifehere J Mr and Lee Smith speht Sunday with Mr Smiths parents in Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier spent tho first of the week with tJL Price and family Miss May Mayes has returned home after a visit to friends in Danville Mrs Jennie has reI her home In Bards tovn aftersja visit to relations llere Miss Kathryri the guest of Miss Susie Moor Nancy Goodloe has re a I LECTURESJ Wirtiowther 9 Edw Father J M Cleary Mrs Lenora Lake GovJsephFolk Hon Rev R A Make Your- Arrangements I Arrange Your Vacation to Suit these Dates wantesi LbwqRI 1W VSTALLARDD practical entertainment Education Mackenzie interesting specialties arranged educational entertafhinent discussion Educationrjhp Everybody cooperation pubhcappreciation controversy represented defendants Claybrqoke damaged employed plaintiff NOtiCE perspnshaving theestaiof properly Administrator Hamilton pringfield Arragon Dunbars 1 For IMiss voting thisNjveek Bloomfield 1IrsIGDWashington Quarterly JudgrB Tatham- Mr1 Cunningham Spalding IsabelMedley Loujsville Vanarsdale ftI atrlpt Margaret grandmother An1OleOvvensboro shortvisit JMr Bardstown Irsugij Bardstown Thompson tuVnedtb Humphry of- Bloomtieldis iMi3S RenoIt MrsVosburgh Lavega Clements Willetts season 11 PERSUNAL j turned home after avis ttober grandmother in Dairy illeit Mis FJ get Sfimms is visiting Miss IdaCharles Carroll of Lou isvJlleV SMr Howard McElroy is spend ing a few days at Tatham Springs Misses Mary and Margaret e will entertain a number of their friends this afternoon L John C Shader Sr is spend lug tins feelrat TaUiam Springs ofIOidaIRiy thisNreelc Miss AIn Wjnfield of Kansas CitrMo andMiss Cora Tim mons of jiouisnlle are the guests of kiss Ellaand Gather ThompsoA Mr Walter Rubel ofl ebanon was in town Tuesday n thq interests of the GhatauquaN Mrs C A Green and Mrts C F Bosley lOft this morningS for a three weeks trip to Lake Chautauqua lMr I 1f Dunn Secretary qf Cmtlo11V week for Hazard jKy to resume her duties a a teacher of music Mr J T McCa6e was cafled tof Ashland on account of the senoils illness of his brother MrdJ H Mclnttre and family will return Saturday fromn several weeks visit to relations in Meade ctuntyI Mrs R chard Hays and chil dren of Louisville are vls ting her parents MrJ and Mrs W B Leach man Mr Peter Barlow Qf Lows rule is visiting friends here I Miss Blanche Griffin of Per ry ville spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Lucy Browne llrand Mrs J Pf Edelen are in Louisville this week Mr H TJ Gratz commenced the operation of his automobile line between Springfield and Le banon Tuesday The autos vill make four ttfps daily meeting all trains atither end of the line leaving Springfield at 83 0 am 15 and 73Q pm Forty Hours Ijevotion corn menped at St Dominics cHurch Sunday at High Mass and ended at High MassTuesday morning Examination For Appoint ment To University The County Superintendet will hold an examination for ap pointmehts to the State Univer sity at Lexingtonon Saturday July31 These examinations are not difficult and cpver the subjects pf spelling arithmetic grammar geography and history An dp ipointment carries with Jt the privilege of free tuition at the State University 1Anyone contemplating taking a college course will do well to secure an appointment from tne Cou apIJ poiLtmE4uisavegabont fiftyc i MARle I OTHEM series of championship games will be played between the following teams CAMPBELLSVILLE LEBANON IGREENSBURG NEW HAVEN and COLUMBIA 1 t f r Tickets = 1 for Season of 11 Days t f II5i IAdults 2OOChiidten I2B n Now for Camping and Season tickets jjJJ ISAddress h D THOMAS 1I tC l 1 1i ii Buy ioodConfections i J i r i Z r y Jinselveson the reshnes ana goodl IS quality bft our I yi FrnttSp Candies and Cafces J JJ Lt FreshJ Bread Baked Daily 1 tJpJ 0 s i iAf our soda fountain wear pirc pared all times to Ieryesoft il1 drinks Coca j4 Choco tlate etc S CfJWe serve Meals in the t c r good old Jiorrie style 3i iJ T l t lerieil1 s Confectionery s KAilE HERTLEIN t BRO Prpsr = W 4s 4 t ki I78 Transylvania University 1O9r rv iIr Continuing t r tiKepucKy University Ii TIe rOlle e ofiiberali Arts coedOcatio al iamu A loloj ton ColThgeior Yom and the i1lege of LaVI a Three campuses eiM races 23 acres4 4 e jl tj V l alrJ t Thirteen buildings wtji modern equidpient iJ n iS tf J A Faculty cbosenfrdm the best 01 U America and JIurope v fif t Standardized elective courses leading tot decr f t rr i4 ofABSAMindLLj S New Science Building recentlyx erected at a cottof i 60000 t Students how in attendance froi 25 at i ifjMoral fSreasonable exp hsea x V f1ideald today e session begins S 1r 13f 1Q09 f Writ for cata f RICHARD HENRY rS5flDf Mffc D t 11LexIngton y Fr 11 t t J EYES TESTED rl1 St Ed M Russell r I 0 JEWELER AND OPT1CIAN S c seventyifive dollars in ytiitionl ratesetc R member the date for examination After that time it wiljlbe too late ihere 4 twobr three vacancies from Washington County at prestnt 0We ire autlzorIzdfo apnounce EPDEDMAK as a candidate for Represeatatly Jri IThe Lower HOUS of tht XeHtuckkLeglilaturet subJect to toe JJtlonof the Republlcau o veiit ion 6iten- kep4 3909 4 r it 151 X r A Sect at c L t i 1t of 5f5 uhiyeriitiet 4 1 wJ are ii rillllf emy rit t 1 oUlntetJBarsteit l aW4il atY byaleYerY faatIty Jf afc bourfof DrI3sn AM4PhS lGOp I Rit ieF flxternsuy f iM ndall palas Sf Soldeveryvliere f I i7 Se DL ftn II T1tIy ts trtnitut jrBeU XitsepthcaIe we g tL ante lt iQ l eyerywhere 25qabr r j MaUDg Moeey On the farm 24u11Ghut10 MIkE Irai Y y 1rnH CuJTM bjA4Miu WI1 4iotIti r ION to raise a large t yEP ye fjra stouM begin te tbe of tb ferto4M year Plow to t for tbe crop sisttmJd by all isas Itt doa tHtU before if poesl f Ut Weed seeds will sprout and be w kBWA V trout laeects that are blber aaiiasj Ja tbe ground will meet the MOM fate Frost la eoe oC UM farm ers but rrtesds Jla many ways The 4h adNct of fMaalaciea the exposed plow isg ill W mllNe ft more thoroughly tllUecMdIbei doe5by halt a doces If the toad to clover sod as t to1Mtl sedj fewtter tbaa caa be deee In any etkett war la 1Ome casec however athir to eeaMderabl late taU nat to available for fall and wWtpair it it better to let the jjinrtaf pe toatil aprlBg even If it does MtiM a Uttte jalore work getting Ifi In s4a e smIM4sJ Cprs- 1 Ire ore important than fall plow Jag to the aeJeciio of seed corn early i the fall cud aterlag It carefully for b the wlvter The plo of going through tbefeM emrly and plcklag the seed In iaMeIt to soowtlmes advocated butvon aMat frIM tkto to too aaach of an nn aWc akiBg A better way Is to go outa talrJylftKrtpeMdi frosts come If thto to picked from the aeat part pthe held there ought to be ttirtt or tow bushels of good aeseara1a It Tbese can be sorted e4t and tie reteAlnder spread over the fy Vettoaa et tbe crib or fed to the hogs Half a doeti such loads will usually fwvfei all the seed needed Jtflj a Koe4 Stan to save about twice as much seei as will bf required so that selec the cam be more rigid Ia the spring INnad HO Very severe freezes Were kIDgbec1 In earnest some ji Baere seed etem can be saved by put- tlag a a x oavtbe Ilde of the wagon In- Which the beat ears may be thrown A t I bitter tmality of seed may be obtained rangeIaw It entirely however because a bard j l jv frtaac when tbe corn Is full of moisture a ay kttl the grins and make it worth ksa for seed Too first thing to do bangfc iAbed ltstbe best place for ltlltl M the air can circulate readily itI lwhlletheroof keeps gft the frost A yrf good way to hang the corn Is to tie- a aanber bf ears on a llong binding twtee After the corn is well dried weatberTcaaies it should be put In the storage Psoth The attic Is a good place pro Tided there Is some provision for ven ttUtJom If the corn Is dry s mefreez teg will not hurt It but cold and- atolstare together are very injurious Meeting and Testing Aloag In February the corn should be sorted picking out only those ears of lair else well filled nt the butts nnd ttpaaad symmetrically shaped through toIt Further Instructions for selecting n eon will be given In article 0 After jtile com to sorted a few para should be taken from n number cars In dif w ferent parts of the seed room and test ed A fold of moist flannel between 1tWO dinner plate makes a good tester lat the corn between the layers of cjoth and set It In some out of the 1 way place in the living room In three Vil terfper days it vill be ready to exam 4 it no BRED tfUtt ARE rPLENTIFUL Ins If all the kernels show stronp iRrouts try a second test It this gives ithe same result the vitality of the seed may be taken for granted If some of Ihe kernels to andfall germinate oth ers have weak sprouts the Individual r JForJ venfent size and put Into it three or tour inches of moist sand or sawdust OB this place a strip of muslin which has been marked into Inch squares I 5 t Lay down as many ears In a row on the floor ns these ore squares In the box Take four to six kernels from each enrf selectIng them from different F parts ned place them Ina square cor respondIng to the number of tbe ear t from which they came Cover the kernels with three or four layers of moist cloth bud with Some more of ibe sawdust or sand and set away as ociuie lieu tbt 1i taiy geruiiiiatf you bav complete mrord of the vl tellty of each ear Those In which tt ows br more of the kerdels failed to i 1J s i w wIrr roam ve luscuraea ThUS That show went germinatIon sGouId be put In a pile by themselves If there h enough seed without them they siuwld pot be used at all If there is eteUoughpt the itromg iced the other will have tobfe used By put tlag R the warin stirleatsoUlt make a fairly good gtowtfa ftraJini the tW After the corn has been tested it llwald be run through a seed torn gra4er This will remove the Irregular butt and tip kernels and divide the rest into several grades according to 4M It the corn Is well graded in this way an edfjfe drop planter will give the best results For kernels of different sizes however the full hill drop Is preferable The calibration pt the planter1 is an important point if an fea stand Is to be secured By block fcur ijr the planter so that the wheels liiir of the ground and running f5n h a pailful of so of each grader urn Plates can be selected that will i ji the desired number of kernels ninetyfive times out of a hundred These plates should be put with their particular grade of corn In readiness for planting time Preparing the Soil With graded seed 6f high germinat ing power and rt planter properly call brated n good stand is almost certain The next step is to prepare the soil to receive the seed In sections where there la any Danger ot drought It pays to run over the fall plowing with a barrow early In the spring This crum bles the surface nnd checks evapora tion It also encourages the weeds to start only to be killed by the disk tater As soon as possible after the small grain Is in the disk should be set to work on the corn ground It there is time It pays to double disk as the soil is left in smoother and finer condition After disking the ground should be harrowed occasionally until planting time In many cases corn follows corn and the plowing must be done in the spring Spring plowing should not be FIG VItoBf HUSXINQ TIME 4 very deep as it makes a Ipose layer of dirt Into which the moisture cannot readily rise from the subsoil As a consequence the furrow slice dries out and the growth of dIe young corn plant is checked A disking before plowing will cut up the stalks and- provide a fine layer which will fall Into the bottom of the furrow and help to restore capillarity in soils that are liable to bake each days plowing fthouiCrbe harrowed before leaving the Held at night A little work at this time will prevent the formation of clods and save ten times as much trou ble trying to pulverize them later Three or four additional borrowings will usually put the spring plowing into first class shape for planting It Is better to check than to drill when growing corn for grain as it can be kept cleaner with a resulting larger yield jFor fodder or silage drymatterhandled by the corn binder In some Mlssqnrtl1erfall scanty listing glves the best re sultSI The number of kernels to use per bill depends upon the richness of soil On the average corn belt three kernels per hill will give the thejj results yry rich soils can four while on poor soils two are enough It pays both In looks and in ease or cultivating to drive straight while planting and to take pains to have the rows check straight crops wiseS J Cultivation 0 As many harrowing as possible should be given the coca between planting time and the time it comes up If heavy rains have packed the soIl or If it Is badly infested with weeds it will pay to follow the planter marks with the cultivator before bar rowing As soon as the rows canbe followed the cultivator should The started If any deep cultivation Is to be given it should be the first two times over be fore the soil is filled with corn rpots After the corn is six or eight inches high sdme form of surface cultivator that will not disturb the soil totdepth of more than two or three Inrli es should be used In the western part of the corn belt where the fields are large tbe two row cultivator Is become lag popular If the corn Is very straight both ways these cultivators work well aften the first tlhJOTovct and enable one man to handle at least halt ns much more land The problem of cultivating h crn field several Imndrwl acres In pjctpnt such ns Is found in many of the J 1PlltI corn growing regions of tthe ptajirio states has been greatly slmpllilcd since the two row cultivator rIHm Into use With the perfect working c Vii planters now In the market tho row of torn may be nwclo so straight that the two row cultivator can bi used without difficulty This has uroiR4if about a fapllitjf or cultivation which has added largely to the yield In inniiy parts of the counfry Before the corn lag of tiLe double row ciilllvntnr then was danger that much uf tin land of the western portion of the belt would become too weedy for corn culture Can Yoq Do This Get the merry thought or wlshln throughtheof your nose and tptttopnta piece of thread through the hole f Afraid ofGhosts Maay f4e are afraid ot ghosts Few people IT i M saraid ai germ Yet the fhect is a faacy aad A J tIsresjsaMetyAs a I M 0 iits ferrari KoWrillfltHr mOre ton4U tfaM rfrebthig4rago Germs eisjtft M av4dL They are ia the air We breathe the waK S drink coaditionJHOiV Jest a 4 dsralsp Wbaat there ia a deieieaey of 41 Tsi res hunfuer rastisisasss a aaliow cheek thhJti0 usrd Ciat the term You caa LytMUMo Dr Pierces Gold theqstowSSc ditio ad asko is workieg eandftiot no wskOC Md tiwhich to bre4- 4 Me6iiI Dsevty uiiu a aZeshelwhiak or4q bIbu4r u its J I8t b outs4d J = ft is at a t Mt a eOP1Iu with a ps Lifesrt At o su Is AX yew teiwen t Mr liThe Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease preTUliijf ia this coantryotdangeronsbedausaodecep tive Manys dde deaths are cawed byitheart dis pnewnOnia1IIj Orjthe result of kid Iney disease If allowedtoadvance kidney trouble is thekidnetpoisopItack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brick JustorSediment in the urine head ache fack ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous nessi or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickestbyaproper treatnentofthekid- neys SwampROOt corrects inability to lioldurine and scalding pain in passing it necessityofoftenthrotighthethe night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will onvince anyone SwampRoot iis pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists tn fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make nameISwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell ifousomethiginplacedfSwampRooty0ud THE PRODIGAl BUTTERFLYI She Played Her Part to Good Purposgfas It Proved By MARIE DENSMORE Copyright by Associatea LiteraTy Press At the age of twentynine Bessie Pryor was forced to sit downtaiid take stock of herself her acquIrements and her future The money her fatherhad left liter which she had foolishly be lleved would last forever was Fane with the exception of a few hundred dollars She bad had a good trae with it As she looked back over recent years nnd considered how she had spent IIt she had to admit that she bad had a very good time with it First she had had four years In the best college in the country she had had a year of foreign travel she had been much about hei own country she had had seasons In the mountains seasons at the seashore seasons in the city she had heard the best music seen the best plays and studied the best pictures In the world And as for clothes she had worn right and llOft the finest productions of the shops and experi enced modistes Now nil of this was at oh end sud denly She lad had a last Interview with her fathers old attpmey and he had told her the truth She had used up her mcans The past sumner had written tints to the story of her pro li gality Only a few hundred remained What was she to do course there wasL Aunt Bess for she had been namedAunt Be jOt whose wing she had gay ther substancfe in rlot living She knew very well why Aunt Bess had allowed her tog on as she had She had expected tier to make a note ble match nut fate would have it otherwise There had been men enough but only one for whom she had cared and he would have none of her And so she bad come to twenty nine and at jibe end of her fortune without the slightest claim upon her freedom 4 She dould live with Aunt Bess but Aunt Bess had girls other own who were just coming out one after tbe otltcrqt enOrmous expense And Uncle Ed wasnt jie richest man In the world I cant live on them the girl dptheirAlas and alack if only I bad Icarne some useful craft And only 700 re naming It appears the only thing left for me is to be a vender of Old clothes Ive got enough of them goodness knows tremulouslynutI shall have to wear them Well It stands like this I cant IJve with Aun- tBesspride forbids She checked oft one finger I cant teach I caVt sew I cant I cant do anything dsInn lInstant then raised It resolutely Bess Pryor youre a chicken hearted thing Put on your things and take a walk You will be crying next thing you know torsnu1tIne house of tne elderly friend wit If whom sine war stopping during this urgent business quest of hers to the city At the very flst c rn rras she was getthtplainly dressed girl who was walking Just as briskly Why Madge White Bess ex eagerlyIIn the world do you come from The ether girl InuplicdJ Why dont you know Im here taking a course in tIne business col typewritingtheres been hard times at home and thoburdenI tinker with a typewriter even when sliitiitlikeI have tolook supIetrnesUydAmanipulate the keys and make those pothook things with a pencnn girlYontroubiojs you dont have to learnn sobrlyLetnIt uboujtft- And ns they went slowly up the jTtreet together she told her stpry She had not cared jnucu for Madge In cot natffrouIerowusIne bjid iissed a good deal by not TnaklnPfrlnds with tllls very senisibh- cnDttbl sv lneifr4 aIr rrm 4 i I nsarbusInessI tellthelag and Aunt Bess and her fathers old attorney that sine had started out to earn a living for herself At the end of six months of the hard est mental work she had ever undertaken Bess was declared a finished pu pil of more than ordinary excellence ind a position was obtained for her at t fair salary at a place where many ether girls were at the same work as herself Six months more passed She and Madge White stilj clung tqgether Madge was her closest almost her only friend for the rest seemed to have forgotten her or at least to overlook bet Even Aunt Bess seemed to have no time for her She wrote that she was worn to a frazzle between MarJories debut ahd Elinors engagement Well it did not matter of course but had iit not been for Madge Bess could hard ly have endured her life sometimes IromerB3her out and asked her to accept n pos tion as his secretarySMiss Page is going to be married he said She leaves the first of the month She is an expert and I gave b r15 a week but you may have the same if you will come Oh Mr Baird how good you are Bess cried Fifteen dollars a week meant ris much to her as 1500 had pnce upOn a time Inhisinvaluable to him as his former secretary had done Clad simply in blue her hair very smooth not a gleam of gold not a streak of ribbon about Mr- sbesat each day before the massive office typewriter playing the keys with swift precision or making pothooks upon a pad at tbe old lawyers dicta tion One morning as sire sat thus at work nlone tbe door opened and a man entereda man whom she bad not seen in two years slnce that last evening she Ifad danced with him and he had gone away without saying a single thing she had expected him to say She felt the colgr leaving her face she felt a tremo seize her but she made a brave stead in spite of all IIVityear as a wage earner had nUjthej Miss Pryor he exclaimed In the name of all that is wonderful what nre you doing berg It was just like him to say that and tleathisJust earning my lllngIt you repelledAnd Mosf necessary Did you ever henr the old story of the prodigal son Mr Brent He nodded watching her earnestly Well Bess went oh a little breath like mysubstancc foriaeven better ttkui lSeinga society girl Ah here eonip Mr BalrdK as the old lawyer entered1 His entranre ended their conversation for that day but soon after Brent came again Being a lawyer himself and upon very good terms wltb Mr Baird It was easy for him to frame excuses for fre quent calls So you like doing this he said one day standing beside her and look Ing down at her nimble fingers She looked up at him brightly Yes Indeed I never knew what it was to live until now I only wish I atonein had got to work sooner t tllelclattstartlingly joud II suppose Im said finally hat you are Iso In love with your work here that nothing could Induce you tonmake a change And yet I have been ti Ink ing that I could offer you a pos tlon rather better than this if you cart a to accept It But Im not sure that It woul be I fair to Mr Baird to leave hm He has been very good to me Bess s Id You dont understand Brent laldjft speaking very low and leaning over Iller This Is a permanent posit on that of being my wife Id given up ever expecting to bear that from you Bess said a little iter Why didnt you tell me it that mm mer at Lenox or the winter before In Boston IBecause my dear Brent said Im a sane man and matter how i mch cerII didnt sob in the frivolous girl you were then the making of a good wife for me So though I was strongly tempted r went away without speak IngSITben I played the prodigal daugh BessI Nervous Collapse I have traveledfor thirty years continually I lot a great deal of sleep which tpg ther with constant worry left me in such a nervous state that finally after having two collapses off nervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al cqntinua1lybut Nervine came to my rcseueI cannot describe the suffering which this Nervine saved me Whenever Iam particularly nervous a few doseS relieve me A G C LIBBY Wells Me There arc many nervous wrecks There is nervous pros- tratiOn of the stomach oC the bowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the Uver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is butone thing to do build up the nervous system by the use of Dr Miles Restora tive Nervine Its strength ening influence upon tine nerv ous system restores normal action fo the organs andwhen they allwork iira harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ace cording to directions and if it retur9syourmoiiey a IIAJA AA 1 L fiVIJI f I TlfeHIOH fiRADJ CfJIDIERcIAl SCHtJ nIL O1t lkZ COMMEROML BRANCHS INCLUDING 7ELEORhflYAe7u3y REMA1TI1ffOI1M Ipi rLESSOKSIHBOOIKEPJIIGBYIWL GRADUPtTESSECURIPOSITIOHS r x DdOURWRITE JOWrADDRES BOWLING GREEN TO IVIECfVrBVTnnrn Bowuja wiRy ii1 nun mao our inns Tvouia never nave happened But howdo you know that my old habits may pot return How Because jyou have learned your lesson well And anyway the irole of prpdlgc l daughter as you call it never suited you so well as My present onSe UNoas your future one as my wife will suit you supernumerary One of Sick the Convicts first warder ExcusesI and control of prisoners down for the doctor Convicts complaining of sickness are allowed to leave their cells during their dinner hour and fOrm Inn long rank outside the medical cers room into which they enter and state their cases in rotation Many of the prisoners complaints and requests at the doctors desBare extremely fun ny nnd grotesque tloase sir Ive got a bad heart one man says lugubriously I know you have the doctor re plies with a laugh If you had a good one you would not In all proba bility have seen a prison interior Would you be so kind sJrtbe next man says persuasively as to let me have one or two of your sanctimonious pillarLondon TitBits j RACE WGERS IN INDIA Natives Method of Choosing a Winner and Making Bets The native of India wagers his money nccordindr ta the colors worn by the jockeys and tnkeljJno heed of the merits of the horses or be will back horse ridden by his favorite Jockey no matter whether the animal is a rank outsider or not His Ideas of gambling in fact are distinctly novel Some of the more wealthy Indians form rings and back every horse in the race thus gaiplng the satisfaction of getting a winner qyery time It Is really only of late yehrs that the native of India has be jcome a habitual gambler on the turf I and nowadays the bulk of tile betting pf the various raelng centers in Indir Is done by natives Indeed the au thorities are somewhat concerned about the growth of the betting which takes place among Indian natives it being asserted that as many as thirty lacs of rupees about 300000 Is lost and won in the course of n season The ignorant masses have not a great deal of actual money to wager but so badly bitten are many of then with the craiie for betting at rac meet- Ings that tu0y frequently wager whatt little property they possess on a horse and If they lose they simply replace their loss by stealing a neighbors goods Tine consequences that when the sLicing season comes around the police frelelt very busy dealing with cases ol potty larceny and other crimes Involving loss of property London TltBlts rNC1T ANNOYED The Directors Were Rather Pleased at the Barristers Refusal Mr Render Harris K Owas once offered a brief marked 50 guineas on behalf of n railway company that wlslied to obtain a refreshment license for a particular railway station returned tine brief on c9 Hej grounds buHuter on It was sent back to him with a fee of 100 guineas marked on It Thlstlme he returned It with n note In which he explained that his refusal was due to a matter of principle Subsequently lie met one of tIne fllrectors of the Company anl expressed n hope that he and his cot leagues were oaf annoyed at his con duct otat all said the director Ill toll iou all about it So and so the big brewer was pitting on the board for tine first time at the meeting at whf6h the sollcltor teiwrtcd that your r0tpsalm sliiglnj luimbuj lit asked Mark tile brief 100 guineas and Ill ret you anything you like hell take If Oh you will will you asked the chairman You see we all knew you Harris We took tint brewer on nt r to In five pound note He booked the bets with every one of us and he ban paid up1 London Scraps i IT CAME TRUE The Large Party and the Calamity That Followed You cant nmke me believe Uncle Abner jJarvIs was siiyltlg uthat there Isnt something In fortune telling Uls auditors were grouped round the stove In the conner grocery store Ever iiuve nut experience with It asked me of them iThatH what t was going to tell ypuS resumed Uncle Abner Once when I was nt the county fair I suW a little tent with a sign on the outside of it that said Mme Somebodyorotber would ttoil yoyr fortune for 25 cents I stepped iflsile just for fun berrnceplatform J gave her a quarter and sbtluokld ut my hand One of the things slip tIld me was that was ijolng to have a large party at niy house In less than a mouth and that would lie foliwd by n calamity I laughed at tlihr Thinks I to my self We haint hud tony parties of au kind to our house for two years and louT Veckon Well htive one quite II soon ilK thiil nut It did come true In about twc weeks my wifes Aunt June cmuc th visIt us nnd If you think she aint r large party you oUKht u see her Sin weighs 287 puitmlsa Inqulrelnail keg after a long pause Yell said Uncle Abner slowly she broke don our Npr Lied tthi first night she slept lij irVYputbV 1omnonjniS Electrc BittersSucceed when everything else fans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the IUpnmeJ remeay as tbonaanda have testified ANDSTOMACH k 4r the beet aitdktoe eYer told 1 ovec a dr fficte coaster I 1 BILL LANGPS FEAT of the Famous Old Outfielders IOn Sensational C tchesrTile greatest individual feat ever performed was one by which Bill Lange saved a gam for Chicago and1 200 for himself lIn Washington inS 1805 There is an odd story connected with the play Lange bad missed a train In Boston two days before faQ to reach New York ln time to play led and Anson had fined him 100I lie missed n train to Wash ington arrived on the grounds after the teams had practiced and just in time to play and for that Anson fined him another 100 The game that cftj ernoon went eleven innings Chicago scoring ouc run In ihctcleverith There were two men out and In runner on the bases when Kip Selbach then one of the hardest hitters in tbe business smote the ball a terrific blow and sent It flying over Ilanges head toward the center Held fence The hit seemed n sure hole run but Lange a man weighing 225 pounds turned and without looking sprinted desperately straight out toward the fgnce racing with tine flying ball At the last in stauf as the ball was going over his head Lange leaped stuck up both hands turned a somersault and crash edagalnst the fence The boards spllB tered one entire panel crashed tOut ward and out of the wreckage crawled Lange holding the ball in bis hand and toe crowd went mild rnnge came limping In with the Crowd standing on seats shoutlpg and he said to Auson Fines go capT NopeV said Apson and tbe catch had save thObIg fielder nIMagazine THE FJRST ALMANACS f TheyAttempted to Foretell Mens Des i tiny From the Stars The almanac properly so called in Its origin is not merely a device for keeping people in mind of the prOg- ress of the year It Is an attempt to 1sIas indicated by the position of the stars in auf particular year and as according to nsirologtcal lore the des tlnles of men are ruled by the dIffer tbeJnteIof the constellations through which yenrlyLIj boayLsurrounded by all the signs of the zo dlacvaiid Indicates the various organs and members over which these signs have power and this for a guide pour perlIod blood may be let vlth safety But tbe same almanac also gives directions sensible enough for the avoidance of the plague which would not be found fault with by a modern fashionable physician IIAnA few examples exist of almanacs of this character before the invention of printing although none it ls believed earlier than the twelfth century But some bf the earliest specimens of print ling nre black printed German let al manacs which are chiefly conperned about Wood leftingWestminster Ga zette 6 WastedTimeSMrs Newrlch w is growing accustomed to power She enjoyed it and was Irritated when any one presumed to differ from her in opinion When the sailing party of which slje bad been a member landed on the shores of the lake rain soaked and fright cued Mrs Newrlch was the only one who cared to talk r ftbatf she said lletween the chattering of her teeth ns the party stood huddled under a small shelter When I saw that cloud coming from tbn t corner of the lake I said to him I think youd better make straight for home and not spend any more time tacking but he paid no more attention than as if I hadnt spoken Youths Companion He Didnt set A man in my county said a lan ads congressman Was always anxious to bet on his game of checkers One time he was about to play a game for HO with a fellow called Three Fin gered Jack Suddenly one of his friends exclaimed 1 Dont bet Charlie Qont yoir know that fellow wore oft two fingers playing checkers Tbatfs why he called Three Fingered Jack That ttlcifjt The lIJe t was neyer made A jnai ai who bad worn oft two fingers brushing them up and down the checkerboard was ttoo much for my frleudtKunsa City Journal A Jitter Disappointment When J was lu Purls remarked the collector of curiosut discovered in a bookstaU n volume which I knew at first glance to lu of extraordinary value f cQuld scarcely believe my good luck Breathless I Inquired th price of the Dealer Just think of it I could have had that treasure for n longtWell why didnt you get it Never coud klinr n iit In uy life tried ttin fuKcttr buratlug Into tears New York Times The Audience Moved He bal bfen trying tostnrtnro vlvkli fervor but the audience was un responsive 0 ye of flinty hearts he cried will nothing move you itPass the hot boss answered the gamin and we move immedJntIyFioridnn TimesUnion IWbat the wind gathers the deii- scatqtsGreek Proverb The Stone Houses of Easter Island The remarkable stone houses pf Easter island are built against nter race of earth or rock which lu some cases forms the back wall Pf the dwelllngThey are built of small slabs of stratified basaltic rock pl1 to gether without cement No regularity of plan is shown in the construction of a majority of them The average measurement Is ns follows Height from floor to celling 4 feet Inches IwidthI JO Incb5esS v 4 ii For the Summers Cooking No kitchen appliancegivessuch actual satisfaction and real honwf FerfectionWick Stove Kitchen work this corning summer will be betterand quick er done with greater personal comfort for the worker if instead pf the stifling heat ofa coal fire you cook by the concentrated Of NEW PERFECI1 N j j F Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove Delivers heat inhere you wantitnever where yo Wtwaat It J thus it doesnot overheat the kitchen Note the CABINET TOP T with shelf forwannlngplates and keeping food hot after cooked alee convenient crop shelves thLt can be folded back WMa aot iIs ute twoTnickeled bars for holding towels Ifftrh szeWifthor without Cabi Top At your 4ei09 jpIlorwriteournarestagencyr ThibLAIF n ver disapoints r ecot1OSIol doadepi lihi1giver SoksIyde t beautifully nickeleiLourIivEngrooes wJ1 be Swc with a Rayo Lamp 1 If iSTANDARDIncorporate 1 I l l IT Eat What fi lw You want of the food you- Kodo1willdigestit i 1 cII + You need a sufficient ttaount of I goodwholesomafoodandrnorethauthlsy Else you cant grain strength nor can you strengthen your stomach If It is weak You must eat In orUertb live and strengthYoumust because the body requires thatyou eat a suffic lent amount ol food regularity Butthls food must be digested and it must be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it you must take something that will help the stoma hSThe proper way to do Is to eat what you want and let Kodol di rest the food Nothing else can do this When the stomach is weak it nee help you must help it by giving it rest Indxodoi w11lde that t OW guarantee tGo to your druggist today awl purchase a dollar bottk and Yican honestly say that yom did not receive any benefits from it afte nslng the entire bottle the drug gist will refund your money toyo without question or delay wlllptloy the drurglst tM IJr r of the bottle purchaaedby you This offer applies to the large bottle only and to but one tafc family We could not afford to make Melt ah offer unless wpoaftivelyktw what JKpdol will do for you rIt would bankrupt us J ThedollarbottIecontalns2J6tlaM u much as the fijcentbottle Kodol is made at tbelaboratoriw of E CLODeTVitt Co Chicago jSOLD BY RED URO S DRUG STOR- EI t OO ooo iQOOO L 8 8yG w S i r g I8 g 2 Large 13and Small Wheat Corn and Q Tobacco Farms level rich and free Q g from stone Large residences and 0 obarnsf good Railroad connections Cart r offer a bargain at35to6Oan lfCreL O long time payments 4ngg BLEEL LT + 4foBowling Green Ky A v OOOO O OQOGOOOOOOO 1Y i r lWonienSutIerniiicli Qaifttii for their female troubles Cardui hasbeen found1 to relieve headache backachet paiD in the side and ziness arising from deranged organs It does stentlymanJhavewritten IAKECARDUII JJI It Will Help You Offra Maxwell Johnson Ttmpt Th write S1I erdme doctors and everything else had filled I Ld been ulter 1aIdecidedtohkecuJaYthatita long mid fait trial jotButwA5C ALL DEija STOEHf t EVI NEW jjIjtTh- e f MAINTAINS Btlltal1EH iExpert f c ky EU COIIftM y i N wsLeader and uiviII e J IyFim 35 i a year+ 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