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meets Irst ad tkiri Mokday Mxh stovtk it I it r Washi4gtnI A capter o tjg tttgevery atcoctdajlged COBcH L 2 aJech evenr iwartk Mo 4ay 1I KXUJJU Qf 1iXMACAIZk fl every jl t Wedejtday in eacMjepnth t = j wIIrEcV rmtoI ft TIE MUMMIED URN IEIiERflr M aiTstTiuSisL Ji NC ft1 UUNtr ci sa s r I tED ITPt t 1 ThE NBFi I t LBirlDrr l I l OKKVAIONS I Fbe1tC JlbrJ PE t cat t rJ awi Tsrtiiini Jitt of the fortjrMTfBtht annual txhibl txm otihe Waabinfkxi Ooumty t Fir Afjsxiciatton are outthii lal tbw year the 2526and 27c of A fagfc a time that will not eoalkjt with any neighboring t fairs The premiprnllstthia year bow that there will be several t large premiums offered during the exhibltkxi This of course is a whaingcard for the success aoy fair The amount of the pre lims offered at our fair e- xrc that of any county fair in town of like size THis eri deotly has contributed to hebjtr a4 MCCCM btpar fate in put Jew riNo lair every a IWMa aieetss 1IM it was at tended by large crowds and tneb WCouJ air hM ottUiinly had its share for manyh rtoesliig years and ech year see aa increase in the crowd o tiat it will become necessary pHi MlierablemoDeyin mprpf e ents in order to accom Mfjiatf the large crowd tha lit P fcMkts every yean The PrMentlt amphitheatre Awhile aY8ry arg operalways hasi yery tewb empty siateia it IWIm past years we have been avored by haviag the finest stock in the Ease competing iurJ leuri l to be the greatest in the his tory of the Association Bps cial efforts have been made to if secure i the best of Kentuckrys KKMS and good premiums have een offered sp that those people ud their names is legion who enjoy Kentuckys favorite sport ill find something Of especial iiterest in fine stock this year Tile iirstj Xadies Day while iMi MfIUJ1iQ well attendsh- sMbettiree thys will be in some respects the most interest of ngof all Among the various things for which good premiums atfe offgred are needlework and hand paisng Work exhibited gYKrshe betstate fairs The second M7 Childrens Dayig always a day pf interest to ever jtjody very child wishes to ao siictof course th parents must go to ake care of the children and in identaUy to please themselves The grounds are ideal for the aocommodation of the large gofoaks afford delightful shade apd any amusements will be on the ti grounds so that everyone can ind ikjimething suited to his d abe t tir i t trY HE INSTITUTE Prof Aati Mackenziebf the State ITniversityTias just closed due Qf the most successful Teachers of Institutes ever held in this county The lEctures duripg he weeks session were of a most interesting nature and ere not only enjoyed byteactt ers but by a large crowd of other people as well Tuesday j was Trustees Day and a goodly kcrowa Of these officers manifest ed their interest MJ educational by responding to the call of our worthy superintendent Y The new school law was exsplained in an interesting and ludd way by Prof Geo Colvin and county attorney T S Mayes HevW H Williams- t made a very eloquent address on the EtWcat Relations of Teach era ItThepubJicr entertainment Thursday evening was well attended and the exercises of u most interesting nature The entire session was a pro nounced success the instructor being a highly edlicated man pOMleesmg a deep knowledge of th practical side of teaching The committe pn music com tIed of Mrs oO F Boslev Misses Annie McOhord Emma Nunan and Francis Martin are to be congratulated od their splendid work during the Insti tuU SMromcr ColdsII 4 Ark to MM tart J ey Jyield Maset with IX Bells gcxsy Soi everywhere eTarJJ J u fieIi o the Bottle Wlitmt AtReCord Mark j r l tThe farmers whoe lr crops of wheat now will pfobabi tHftake ore moneY titan theyr1r hive for years cm tiUir wheat As arealoftbe recxainw- hich hays greatly dfekyed brsSbia aid the grtat call nade on the Ievatp eomplefe ly exhausting last tar s wheat crop vis selling at thir ltijffreet price for this nime cf the year hat has been known since the war The elevators throughout the country are practically clear of any of last years crop i an unusual occurrence tthil season This makes the demand for new wheat greater This and other Jconditions including the weather iis the cue of tbeC tadvanced price- Althpagh selling at a much righer price than it has for number ot years I the crop this ear is not as good as it has een ort e last few years The yield is not ao heaVy and the quality lan t ai good as it- beenvin other years when it sold fOr 85 cert a basheU The price being paid npp is 105ttt and 1Oiper bushel and if the present conditions continue i roLably itj will gp tygher Ken lucky FarmerL i If you haveipainsinthe back weak ack or any other indication of a L k Ded or disordered condition of the kidneys or bladder youshould get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills ght away when you experience the J ast sign of kidney or bladder com p plaints but be sure that you get De- eWitt Kidney and Bladder Pills We- Sknow what they will do for you and you will send your name to E C DeWitt fc Co Chicago you will re ceive a free trial box of these kidney 2 and oladder pflls They are sold here f y Red Cross Drug Store Alfalfa Pasture For H ft One of the moSt extensive swine raisers anrKansas jbell8rJbe author this T wan tyflve yearsJj pasturing hogs of al ages on Alfalfa has proven to me con clusively that a fourth to a half grain ratipn HiVhile they ire on such pasture will produce c reater growth per day than hen in dry lots on full feeds ort corn Hogs will maintain a reasonable growth but not fat ten much on alfalfa pasture t alone believe it profitable to them some grain while run j ing on green alfalfa If it is- ldesired to lull feed hogs they l will make a rapid fattening f grow h from increasing the rain ration while on pas ture and with the full grain ration the neat irll be Asarly as firm as ithat of lings kept na jrylotjj been fed 1 find no distinction on the market between alfalfa fed swine and purely grainfed h they sell price and price alike The generalhealth pf he1 alfalfarfed Jtjpgsis fqual to tba those maihtaln24 on an- her feed and theytare proli ficJIJFrom Co urri1 Swli In America You Never CinTcIl just exactly the cause of your rheumatism but you know you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Limmejnt will cure itrelievea the pain repucea the swelling and Unit bers the joints and muscles so thou will be as active and well as you ever were Price 25c 50c aud 100 old by Red Cross Drug St Brings Suit For 50000 Mrs Moll e Bell of near Hi hernia has instibuted suit in ithe Federal court at Louisville against Ellsor J W Wise Tay lor county in the suto of 50000 for the killing of ber husband Curt Bell by the officer The tragedy of which this suit is the outcome occurred att the htme of Bell on the 22d dayr of July 1908 while the officer was trying to place Bell under arrest Bell who was under bond in the Taylor Circoitcourty Ifailed to appear for trial apd rWiSe with two deputies was dis patchedto his home to rearresjt him Bell was under bond to answer seyeral indictmepts foir illegally selling W 1 key I Followingi the killing Wise was held under bond of 1000 at his examiuing trliJ1to await the action of the granc jury That body however failed tQ return Indictmenti against the ac j1all The plaintiff in thedamigii suit just tiled is represented by f ITiHiams and HaaAtey f this place who will yaassocuied 1tl Becnetrf Lt iS Yojung of Xouisvillel LaM Cojunty Heraldc 6 Lived IS2fYs Wm Pa1TEnglllf1lldeati ntarried the third ttstefat 1wrkc- cl in the fields tiUnd 1y iMljM years longer P f4 shoaiSiS Iij- youthful at 80 Jaaaei Whrlgt ol Sparlock Ky shows how to remain youBg I feel just like a sixteen yearOld boyl he writes after tak 1ngFor thirtyl years Kidney trblel made life a Burden but the firtk l6t tie of this iWyiderfulaibfedicilBercoii vlnced meftliad foumd the greatest cure on eattb Theyre a godsend oWe kslbkly rpndcld J re14 e l pie Try them SOce Haydo j Robertson Drugstore Plant Foo4 For Potatoe Potatoes like other cropsh MeecLrpiant tfod PotaXPljoils jiboold be well supplied withy humus oiricreli1i Sheirter Droli ht isa seriousenemy bthet to uppied Ijy plowing undert lover If stable manure is useII1I it should her applied a yeart Khead of the potatbdrop TjorfuredOnA Horse F 1rpi1esless Eyi when all docters and oth r remedies failed Bucklens Arnica alv6 cured me Infallible for Plies Burns Scalds Cuts Boils Feyer 1 Sores Eczepa Salt RheumCorns 5c Guaranteed by Haydon RobS rtsqlI lElection Law IInvalid The Nebraska supreme court has reuereda decision dectar jlpg the Donahoe nop1i1Jiid l j idiciary election This law plo ihited political parties from nominating candi- adates for judges of the supreme court judges of the district ort regents of the state unlII varsity county judges or coun t tv superintendent of schools J Candidates for such offices were to be nominated by petition and their names were to appear on- othe ballot without political des Ignation The republican state central committee caused tbe t law to be contested and oftjhe five supreme court judges who passed upon the law three are candidates for reefection The chief objection of the cdurt was o tfie provision requiring 5000 names to be on the petition forIl judge not less than 500 of which could come from one ountya They declared that it was a 11l hindrance to the fret exercise of the franchise and was repugnant to the nstitution of the statIi The entire court dkclarthe provision denying the right of party conventions to indorse candidates for offices affected by ihBact was without force and voldTbe Commoner tl Couhi tCold And then BO telling wbatunless iou use Dr Bells PineTarHoney It is th9 best ask your neighbor Look for the Bell 9n the Bottle L5uhtk7BtfrflS Harrodaburg Ky July 24 Fire of unknown origin at an early hOllr this morning corn pletely destroyed the plant 01 the MoTdel Steam Laundry in 1this city owned by peorge W Miller The building was owned byH C Smith and is covered by insurance Mr Milk ler places his loss on fixtures at 2000 and carried insurance at 18501 He announces that he twill reenter the laundry business as soon as his loss can be adjusted DEATH Of Pat McCa e Former Reeidenlof Springfield II S McCabe afteri an illness several montlas at his home 110 West Winchester Avenue jed That Friday at midnight and his death was not entirely viwxpected but the news thatJe Jf l1aIIpu away comes none Vhe less keenly to those who know and loved him Mf McCabe was born io Nel son County Ky February 14 858 He cameto Ashlandaoout iwemtyone years ago where he nas since resided In 1889 he- wsunItedia marriage to Mrs Anna Harris daughter of the lafe Captain J L touna SheI survives him also one dasghter Marguerite ard a tepi9nsJonn Harris It is to these tbeTbtSw comel1iyiiBt for Mr McCabe was a hcjme mtbt and found home happiness when in ome Circle Mr McCabe has been for ears lotial manager for the inger Sewing Machine Coand his business along thialfne made m well known throughout this section aad it was he who es tablished this machine ipthe best home throughouftbe coun y Mr McCabe was also Oil Inspector for Boyd County being appointed tothatposition durinc thej regime of Judge WilI IIliam Fpae and has held this osltlon ever slice Hewasa member of toe Knights otthe Maccabees and was also a member of the Foage No 825 iand AM which orders will attend the funeral in a body In Mr McCdbes deathAsh land loses a oodcitizen He was a loyal friend and a staunch Republican He bad realized for the month passed that his days wer4 nuabered but dwelt on it as le realized it too eeply griyedtbOse to whPm he was so much attached Thetuneralservlces will occur t 3 oclock Fridny afternoon and WU be conducted by the Rev Dr W U Cdndit pastor of the First IJresbyterian Church Interment will be at Ashland cemetery Among those wjio were called to his bedside by the sad news f his alarming illness were Mrs M Scott of Winchester a sister and anaother J J McCabe cf Springjfield Ky alo Mr and Mrs Will Morford of Cpl umbus acjd Mr and Mrs JR M Magee Oft Irontpn Mrs Mpr o dandMr Magee being sisters of ltr8oMcCabeAsi land Ind zendent Mr MdCabe was well known t this place haying formerly lived here Starved TO Death is what could be tratbfnlly be said of many children who die They ba ve worms poor little things they dont know it and you dont realize it If your child i cross fretful pasty com plezioned and loses weight for no apparent ijeaaon giv it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be surprised at the result and how quicklY it picks up tSold bjr Rd Cross Drug Saqe tt Let Bygones Be Bygones I Ib seems to be a pretty well settled fdct that Gen Percy Halyis tqein charge of the permanent Democratic headquarters for Kentucky and judging ty his wonderful suc cess in polttics the selection is probably he wisest that can be made Wle have not often seen the auccejss of tthe Democratic p rty fro4ithe same standpoint as Haly We have not oftfrn been for the same candidates We do npt belong to the same school of politics and we are probably pM fogy in some of opr notioos while he belongs to the class of modern politicians Ayers Hair Vigor Thgedknts wHr scwrwWaw Perftr Anything injurious here Ask your doctor Anything of merit here Ask your doctor t Will it stop faUmg hak Ask your doctor Wm i destroy dandrulf Ask lyour doctor t Does not Color the HairJ C OOWU4ZZWH MM ai Anyhow we are willing to lei bygones be bygone and if his t methods are the kind for the times and bring party success he is tne man for the place A fel low who can work his way upI to the place lie occupies hahdif J capped in maty ways as he la1 been certainly is entitled tOlt 1iHcal1tafrnt f 5j Percy Dalys splendid organiza l tion and sbreVdness that WM responsible for the defeat of Joe Blackburn whose personall ppfHJ larity was very great with Torn It Paynterwho had but little fol blowing Again he showed un usual shrewdness when he went tto the mouutain and back djs 1 inets and thus left the cities xo Mr McCreary and scored viqtory for Beckhana in the Siajte Primary No other pott tician hasP done such a thing beforeifl1tfl1nThollug terests in Kentucky ne can be as Successful as landing hislriends within the party he is the man for the pJaceItiis organizationc andnot stump oratory that wins in Kentucky now AB an organ izer Percy is a Past Graf d Master If not an Exalt d Ruler Elizabethtawn Newsll A Mllliiiialres kky b attended by the highest pled baby specialist could not be cured of stom ach or bowel trouble any quicker or 1McGrhoea dysentery and jail derange ments of the stomach and bowels Price 2Sc ind 50c Sold by RedCfosDrug Store t Some Charming Re 1lecations of Edward Everett J Hale l r SEdwllrdEvrrett J d literary life was intimately assoa WompsJlomeComp t regular contributor in the last t years of bis life ThA August g issue of this magazine contains aii number of charming anecdotes aboutjppcjbor Hate His secre tail writing about QQtorHl le says HeOoveoy put of doors and i this was written mornings as he sat on what Jie called his quralerdeck at the back of thps house overhanging the garden So many times he would stop in the middle of 80 sentence and say This is the kingdom olSr heaven or Isift tbisas nice as thy make it1 or some vsuch phrase tljat showed fuisjoy in life I always hacLto make him stop dictating And be would so often beg Just one sentence more and then Ill be as good as you wish t The house in Roxbury whIChJ was his home for so many yerse was like himself built upont generous lines It is a wide double bouse with stately pillarsJl at the front In the rear on theII first floor was his commodious il library full to overflowing tb all sorts of books that are books In pne of his poems Tennyson describes his garden on the Isle of Wrightas a are lessorderd garden Hales lib rary was a carelessorder4 lib rary apparently correspond ing to what his friend Star rngI would have called a law of dis order What a captivating retreat ih was especially when its muster sat j and discoursed in it He said to me one day when I was in RoxburHIIf tell you bow I came to get this house 1 advertised forit and put in the advertisement modern improve ments no objfict 1 Golden We41n 3i means that man and wife have lived ttoa good aid age and consequently have kept healthy The best way t6 keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 38S days butj of 365 The only way to doMhifr is1 to keep Ballards Herbine in the house and take it wheneyer yonr liver gets 1m active 50c per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store V fi v NOTICE 7rAu I1 persons havingti 14S8t against the estate of Ale WI ler deceased will pre nlMM tome properly PWJB o Os fatorp August 1 J inA S KntBAL Administrator d L tIt 1SUsc1vp1Io1 d1 Iif JOQ4b4M1 s I l r4 S WASHINGTON t 1 r Will PubIihan Lf Hercaftei The Danyijle Advocate wtj r Heretofore tQ4t Advoc N I5 y followed the fly oft waiiy I papers in J8fu nff Vp pintbb5rnes of parties jBtarfttffa a first tUlle with ytoliitipf tbf law lich as tetting drniikvp iliif IfQJlor ilIeally and wb thinge- Tre c narn were oniUt d in the hope tbat the violators would be v Ifeitted by tallern hand 6t h law wjf boit their nameg w eing WMfe1 public to tjie wori3 J However lit has been fould that uchsupprefcion of names leads encouragement to viotto4Ull hereafter all will be irtblisHfii a regardless of color J I rcerspeYvioiis condition of The best way te keep in jfopd repute is not tQviclat thelaw- ll blfe 100000 Years iI c Scientists have found in a cave is Switzerland bones otmenwbo lived 100000 years ago when life wa 9Today9 Browm of AlexandVi Mev ia iargfclyl irom deadly disease rut tud a t btea for Dr Xlngs New Di Gv ecj whichCHredme I ceuldD9t Jtaye lived he writes sHWeriiv as I tdJfrom aBeerlluag trouble astyt rn cough To cure Sore LuNge Cold ebsti ate Souths ad preveot Pheunomia its the best medicine on earth 60ind100 Guaranteed by Haydbri Robertson Trial bottle ree i NewC1 reiit lhttItt nd its owner is Eddie Jos oft he Cleveland team Joe dcr livers the ball with his arm at full length Just before tsphere reaches the Batter ilIt downward progress is suddenly j and it shoots horixoft Jters J ball and canSipi easily distin uish iit fironi a drop as it course is somEYhat similiar to a downI twist until it reaches tbe plate l ThfgHead is of two kinds conceit and the brrIfceafi ibit ccnft flCma ijckhta ache Does your head ever feet like goard and your brain feel loose ami ore You can cure it in noriiate by acting on your liver with B alJar Herbine Isnt dt worth trying f the ath lute and certain relief yaaU et7 Sold ly The Red Cross IrnK tore USE SIGNALS OF INDIANS i Army Experts Adopt Many Ideas if the AborlgiriMt Just as the fighting men of the UattJ cd States army nikny years ago teek lessodV from tthe Indians and from thelr methods of warfare devised sad perfected tlit system ot extended or er or sklrrafsh drills which bay prov I so effective so the signal corpfc of he army has followed to ft largeexJ tent the red mens methods of CODY Ing information from point to peat where there Is not time to strtog telegraph or telephone Jines or where wire less telegraph rs unavailable As the Indians since pteUftitie times have used columns siook various combinations to eignAj tWap proach of an enemy or to traMkIother messages so the sry a1geesh- ave found most effective whet are known as smoke homos or smoke rbclc ets The former tre 8rgd froanmortar the tatter in the same way M Fourth of July fireworks Eaewhee reaching a desired heigh Vregatat by a fuse bursts and liberate aptertea H compound which Ignited and b nM colored Ores one after the other M arrange In the cartridge as to tearey a message to those who maybe watck Jpr for it These cartridge art md In sections each contatoui Us different colored fire aad thrtail tQ screw together in a fracUoa ota ale ute Tbes military feworks as tile t rajght aptly be called lire packMl iiI hermetically scaled cansr moclf iame manner ns tinnnd meats wRU the same sort of thumbBcrew attechr went for opening yiem quickly ji this way thty keep iffiaeflnUely im anj climate and hnvoVbcen fbun4 t VtiCTi larly effwitlVe J the cnmlgs l tkP Philippines While the navy does tot empWy so complicated a systohi of rockef anil1M bomb signaling as does the army TV ery warship curries a supply of 4w erfu l rockets wbtch liberate Ing a series of brllllaat White MaNt r the purpose of casing atteBtI t to other signals which arettntoJwmHfl t by n system oomhiNltUoP tcoeeed electrIc llghItrppgrOfl1 a ntsth nndpeljited 1t4bxrdrnael on tilethisArlols stZUl botbeac1IU p the servlco1flup7i Mu od soetMitol the iuVfjKjH bia imval eace which shoots ifSl0v eartrWgfs ataxs similar tothorfofi wbwrt c D4Ie Ant olorI qWflktOWbkt- rz tbe m h t ha pNtt ssV puJar I t i I24T1uuI5tp tii LTh TdIi 1r Lll criI a 4jean of plng ot r rJaw 8g 71tF f sd M NtMdcf 1iftern 0 fl- I rwrTa l t ivd iy his l hildrit J r tf i J jh1i f t r1rJOh 1 AAL t Jiirtit oL his aean jt 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PMsbtSwi IHl Li Gray Ed their 1brthr ZezsMwirs te p1is =ttittori of OraXJarnty Sun d oI r Ira J W HayM wsat the t hiifaiitiothtri othtr tait weeki iritOiIrr Ut RL Kodaey Crume will 1 prnch it New Hope Saturday R al5SiidyS f itJJli4a Carney Mable Parksa 1Mi Purl HawkiM ttendeda cktObplinfOrdufld7 u4 aiiMd with Mrs Ezra Haw NiIacyr Moor yisited at the 2 2Mrt Ed MooreTuea Jl c HewsTIiIsl j Wilder X emia redD llars Be n1 wiSscaaycaseOfCatrththatc eM FJCfce ey A Co Toledo O We iaderMge have known P TCINey lor tie mat 15 years a MMiMllcrsklp perfectly hooerable 1 u1 5kMnMs tCaaCtiOH ud flnan- dally mWe to parry out amyoblig i ae by kia Irm Wal41ng d k Wari t WM MLk Druffists Toledo O I MaIL CitarrM Cure istakcH inter 11 aaflyctig Alrectly upoa the blood J a 0U8 Mlrfaces of the bottle gbyaflDrnggi3tstTake Ulli Fudly PuB for con tipatlS J HardUs Chapel c VMK ni Mrs Bbelt Jteffries l t pit u latter part oJ last t weilr wii Mrs Nellie Logsdon Jl f 1iM Xmna and Maggie Hiatt 7 lff MackTaie spent Tuesday S jiifjit with ACanary and family f RaY W H WilUamllofi Springield will hold services alp i this pje Sunday Aueust 1st uverbodj cordially invited ta vUsod ji s Sasis Fenwick of Indian apsils Ind is Isitihg her par c Mthlaaita place tirs Howard Rplltns spent 4 l MItkwltb Mr and Mrs j WObouoUgher- Jlrl1Ien Ftrral of Frankfort sptut list week with A Canary h am41astily 1 f ft Miss Emma and Maggie Hiatt j spent fednesday night with tj Mrs Lee Walt and family fr Mis J eDDieLitiev spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs 5DallioweTh Mia Am 1jie Hardin of LOuis lj Tllle sad Miss Maf gie Hit oi fIaapk sjitat lest week with Mrs WUIJ riM + Mr WiwiOG Masters spent 1 jseTeral days last week wit bis- JrI craMlfaUHc lea Springfield rsJoeehine and Noreetv j sfc indinnf LovisTiUe are the I r i iL f 11 1 J W J i1 I 1 IiuiwlLsrIfysarwiikI A t j f 1T ae U of Mrs Lee Hialt this WMktItis ftibftt LofftloW spent y41 dayriat wjk with he- rUrs NtlllaLo dO1 Mrs BellFeral is jvisUmg iMfttiTM at MayuIltbLs week Mrs John Brenen and son raskspent Saturday and Sun and 1ff Mrs Will Barker and son rtbe gaess of Mrs G W JTMwick Wednesday Mrs as Uteey has eturn d f er a pleasant y isit to Mrs 1111 Hundley near Lebanon iisee Mettle and Jual Hiatt nd Mrs Bell Perrall spent SiBdsjNof last week with Lee Hiatt and family Several of the young folks wtnt over to T R Begleys Friday night and were highly entertained by Mr Ben and Richard Coyle with their banjo and fiddle also Mr Mr Willie Begley with his graphophone Mis e Emma and MsggieHlatt- pent Sunday night with GVW Fen wick and family Mr and Mrsf Austin Clark Sunday with Howard Masers and family L I i Yl UW- ginph a fine house paying 162 orjtS I t Mrs Marion Sweeney spent ondaywith Mrs Nelliei Logs on I Mrs J La ham and daughter Annie May Mrs Edd Graves and ildrn siiitMonday with Mrs tanley enickaMrs Wood Gillispie spent Monday with Nellie Logsdon t and family Mr Will Buckman ancf chil dren of Simmston were in our midst Sunday Mr Edward Fenwick while painting a roof for his father tell froma twostory house sev erely bruising his left rm and spraining Ms left anklea s is now doing as well as could P be expected j f The best pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little liver pills They are small gentle pleasant easy to take and aCti promptly They are sold by Red joj Mclntyr Miss Lydia SmIth of Forest View has returned hotaa aftertweeks visit to tier siSters Mrs BeIl Keene Mr Tom a1Iyand jharmipg aufchter Miss Bogie of Bards town spent last Sunday with J- F Keene aud wife Mr Hubert Mattmgly and Miss Mary Rose Field attended the picnic at Getbsemni last Saturday Mr and Mrs S E Alyey visited the formers sister at J jorettO last Sunday MisSLeora Blandford spent ast Thursday with Mrs B A Wheatley Mr Parker adgett acc m pained by Miss Dissie Hlil attended the picnic last Saturdair Little Miss Margie McIntyre and little brothers Francis and lubsit spent several days llast week the pleasant guests of their grandparents jMfand Mrs J F Keene Mr and Mrs James Fields spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J R Reene IMisses Flora and Bertha Keene and Annie E MCIntyrE visited Mr and Mrs J C lnsor Sunday nighttMiss Nettie OBryan is the 2 pftheMissea McIntyre this week Mrs5 Bettie Wheatley of Cecil vilie spent Monday of this wcel k with tier son R A Wheatley Miss Lettie Keene visited her sister Mrs Susi Bnsor severalI days last week ft1rTorn Wheatley 17 head of sheep paying 500 per head 80hr at the same time 3 head of calves price riot known Get DeWitta Carbollzed Wit b HsizelSalVe when you ak for it hflare a great maqy imitations Lstberesalve Iiiood for anything whevea salve hieebed to be used but 1t ls especlgoodfor Piles Sold byi Cross Drug Store f Utiey f Attorney W F G rigsby wd family spent Sunday with E P Grace and family AndreW Yankey who if TeoMtlyi graduated irofia he civil enfio eaijng department of the State 1 THEE GREAT= DANVILLEI FAIRI i our Days of Pleas ureand Entertainmenti imunt 8BEST8 EFAIR Jin CentrKj1l J Augwt314I5NIt I 1 lf i tt Jry Special Rates on AIlBll roads Races Every yFterhQnV SnittiesFamdj 1 j 1 Band will furnish Mubicior this Fair Special Musical Program Each Day Fine Show of Stock r i2bb ibth1ftluA f TB BRIGHT F resident II M DUNNI Scizetary K Announcements f We are authorized to announce to E PDEDMAN s a candidate for Representative In the Lower House of the Kentucky Leglslatbr l Jbject to the action of September We are authorized to announce asa JOHN W GORDON candidate for Justicd of the Peace in Springfield Uo 8 and Potts1 ville Magisterial Districts subject toIthe action of the Democratic con- veotionAugust11 We are authorized to announce JA MEDJDEY sa candidate for Justice of the iace in Springfield No 9 and Fred er1ckst own Magisterial districts sub ject to the action of the Democratic convention August 14j 1 We are authorized to announce to J W wILrEkrT s a candidate for Justice of the eacein Springfield No 9 and Ered erickstown Magisterial district subject to the action of Democ tic convention August 14 ie ate authorized to announce f JOHN 0 POLIN as a candidate for Justice of th Peace in Springfield No 10 and Kelly Shop Magisterial district subject to he action of theDemocratic conven ion August 14 909I We are authorized to announce ELVIN BIRCH iSJ candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Mackville and Heudren Magisterial district subject to the action of the Republican party OUislI universityl has goneto vulk to accept a ppsition asIdraftsman for the L and N Fred Vnn rsdale and JackIiReedwere at Tathatn Springs IMiafew days at the GrundyHome last week Miss Esther Crews of the Srundy Home is visiting Miss Nannie Thompson Miss Adeline Cox spent last week in Springfield attending the Institute Mrs J iRe Reed and Miss Sarah Reed spent Monday wit- hMrDanKelly Miss Harvey and Alma Vaii arsdal spent Thurs ty nightS with rsJ R Noe at fildr D t o t c f Euite a large crowd of young folks attended a party at the Gruudy Home Friday evening IMr Hines of Tennessee has opened a blacksmith shop at this plrce and is prepared to doll kinds of work She Snhday schooll class Of atltheatl crowd waspesent and all spent an enjoyable day Miss Grace hehan isspend log a week Miss Lei Roberts of Sprn field Mrs William Thompson and Miss Lavinia OQonnor were ir Springfield Tuesday Prank Moore and Connie OGara aro painting J O Polios House Walter Jeffries of Harrods burg 1is visiting friends here this week v t John Kqlly visitea relatives at this place Monday Mr Bob Canary is carrying the mail m the absence of L M Walker The Litey base ball team played in their old time style on Saturday and succeeded in defeating the Springfield Crack erjacksby the core of 16 to 7 McChprd the new pitcher se cured by the Litsey team did the twirling for the home boys Be pitched a fine game and had the Springfield boys completely at hb mercy Threeor fQur pitch ers were knocked out of the box for Springfield A Golden Weddingm- eans that man and wife have lived to a good aid age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this Is to keep Ballardte Herbine in the house andS take it whenever yonr liter gets i active 50c per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store r A Cough A Cold And then no telling what unless you use Dr Bells PineTarHoney It th9 best ask your neighbor Look for the Bell on the Bottle 31 j Dp You Wztnt To Buy 31 iiAFAiJWe can sell you one any size any location any price We are ready at all times to show you Come and see us About 100PARMS in our hands See partial list below l S No1 100 acresj 5 miles from Lebanon S miles Springfield 9 room dwelling in good repair 3 b ihs plenty of grass plenty of water all under good fence Price 5000 per acre No 2237 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike 2 dwelling houses 2 stock barn J0 acres of new land plenty of grass plenty of mever failing water all under srpod fence No3 wWcresj 1 mile from Springfield 2 dwelling houses 2 JrraesallunderNo4a 12 acres i mile east of Mackville 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn aU outbuildings tine orchard of 510 trees all kindsof fruit 411 under good Iqnce plenty of water plenty of grass Price 83JSOO pikeioomI lrlce4peracr IiINo 6 120 acres 7 robm dwelling 12 acre tobacco barns fine stock barn 100 acres fine riv bottom land 20 acres of upland all under good fence no overflovir land Price 885 per acre NO 7 200 acres on good pike brick dwelling tenant house 3i tobacco barns fine tobacco land at least nehalf of the farm land Price 4u per acre Lake t cxjBosley t J t THE BREAK IN THE GAME Pa ball Almost as Much Psycholog Ical i Athletic Vt nrly every baseball game Js won lid Jost on one playa play that eoi is at the psychological Instant iim ng the players whodo not studs psychology the crucial moment is kno m as1 the break 8 phenomenon whli h no one has analyzed and whlci the players themselves ilo not under stand rwenty men on the bench are watihing closely and Intently every move of the pitcher every swing of his irm The tide of battle risesebbs and then suddenly at tlje start of ere1otell wson ti1 bench see something0 or 1eeII somethingani the mysterious break has come One bam The players on the ben hsuddenly stiffen and prepare for action 1wo balls TWO players Jump for bate and begin swinging them the IcauftCdIrt and the manager who has ap pea ed half asleep makes a trumpet of his hands and leads his men bawl IngIloud orders and wild taunts The spectators do not understand anything has happened Other batters hate had two balls called many times and It looks the same to the spectator whp is beyond the mysterious break sphjere In two more moments the players bench is a madhouse with twenty men shouting creaming or derng moving Three balls and a madman rushes put to the deck Four balls and the spectators Join thei players In thed inonstratioii The sadness is spreading Crack a base ta bunt a wild throw another base hit screams shouts Imprecn tions a roar of frantic applause a finall long fly The manager reaches for his glove spits Into it and says quietly Four runs weve got em The break Is over and the players bench is again the quietest part of the grounds The surge of enthusi asm confidence and noise subsides and the game Is won Baseball Is almost as much psycho logical as athletic Why one team can bezit a strongcrono regularly and lose to h weaker with the same regularity wllone batter can hit one pitcher and Is helpless before another why one pitcher1 Is effective against a strong team and at the nicrcy of an other thut cannpt bat half ns hard are psychological probleiiis American Magazine ei A MISERS ENDr Meanness of M Vandille and the Way He Hastened His Death M Vandille wall chief qgistrate at Boulogne and by miserlyhablts left a fortune of fyQOO000 His usual diet Vas bread nd milk The bread cost very little and af ter eating his loaf at home his habit was to become his own public milk Inspector whom as chief magistrate be had the right to appoint And Boas be declared to protect the inhabitants from being imposed upon by an inferior quality of milk he took his walk Immediately after eating his loaf and demapded to taste the milk every salesman he passed thus ofI himself from purchasing are generally strong men hnYMlsersJ be soiin order to live a tionWt eventually Vaudille bth er misers was seized with illness aud the surgeons had to be called In In those days they bled their patients The surgeon asked Vandille half a Uvre for the operation but the million airs ordered him at once out of his sight and sent for the apothecary The apothecary refused to cut the price down flo Vandille sent for a poor bar ber who undertook to open a vein for three sOns a time f Aye but said this worthy econo mist how often friend will I be- n eessary to bleed me Three times And what quantity of blood do you mtend to take eachvtlme Eight ounces Well but why cant you take the whole twentyfour ounces at nce1 You want to make a job of me you scoundrel Here sir there are your three sous Take the twentyfour ounces immediately The barber was generous to obey M Vaudllle lost the twentyfour oUnces of blood and dJedin a few days leaving all his vast treSs wes to the king whom he made sole lieir Strand Magazine hisI The OlrfMt BrWf In Parts The Pont Notre Dame Is the oldest i 1tMge In Paris It was first built in 1418 In the reign of Ciwrle VI hut u lcPe rri1unv t ittu with fL 1 3500 and purses 1 1 r I tI tI THE TflTE UNIVERSItY I LEXINGTON KY I 6 I c0 f4 jE 3 4 I 1Jt II State University Lexington Kentucky offers the fZ1owatcorss ITh AgrculturalMechanical EngineerinlCiYifEnsineerinJEIe EJa Mining Engineering Classical ancLevenScinfificcos Mckof I 4nientinstead of the Normal Schooll Persons who enter this department pcpr for advanced work in pedagogy and are granted a Bachelors degree in this mlajfct when completed The Academy for preparatory instruction is retained t County appointee receive free tuition privilege of residence rn the dormS ll ties fuel and light traveling expenses if they remain ten con ecutivemotitiw collegiate year r ttrIIThe laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehoasivo IIone CongrsThe tWlren meratipn The total number of matriculates for last yoar iss 1071 department has a specialist at its head with the BecesWyjMMHl o Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging ia Pattonom Hallwhich is well equipped with all the modera convenienc bath TOOIH kal I for physical culture at 300 per week All courses of study in the Umrorsky are upon to women on identical conditions with those applying to inalos For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information refardsac courses of study and terms of admission apply to IIJAMES K PATTERSONPhLL Business Agent 9IOoQi it o Fall Term Begins Sept f 1 11111 VOUkUI IttAttti T fi w leefwtz CitWIa Sell tyeIIow Reot c We JefItLMRefoeace MY Buk Lwamlle Wrile for it lb piKlafi WehniiliWMlkHllrec M IAEL A IONrSTaUSHE IBM 22t E Htrket St LOUISVilLE boowMi vaicd niltqttDY ice when the frost broke In 1400 A UUQI bridge was begun at once under direction of Jenu Joconde ot v erO and was ready for traffic in 1507 On that bridge stood the famous picture shop of Qers tot whIch bail a sign board specially pnfnted for if by Wat tpnu Vestmlnstir Gazette JJoltlngMiss Him Belhv docs j ct to mj coming here 80 much Inlr Charmer Oh I thetother evening that you merely crtme to pass away the tUne you didnt mean hnythlng serious Lordon ritfilts The Division What exclaimed Mrs Flatlelgh You dont mean to tell we you pay rlrl10 a week for cooking Oh no replied Mrs Urbnnvlllc We only pay ber 2 a week tqr cooking The otherS Is lot staying Chicago News Respect For Old Age Jonas jlld you beat that rug accord Iq to orders No Smanthy 1 justdlllnf Didnt Whats the reason Id like 10knowU Cause Smanthy When I got if out on the line there an paw how frittered nu feeble It was I didnt nave the heart to lambaste it know I have a shortage of virtues Smanthy but I wont you to know that respect for old age Isnt one otemBoson Courier Going to Law The man who goesttto law for the purpose of obtaining satisfaction gen emIly gets so many other things that fad forgetst all about the satisfaction if tUere Is any In it for him Chicago BecordHetald = in r f gtmi1t 1 i JOaN EDELEN lEYlNB WIM8ATT bf lie Gopp age Cafe INCORPORATED Nj W Corner 7Jk Mark IISY rf KY trex77iS Special At14Iee it Mel frir CMMMM 1 3 W We make a specialty of the lollowiaf braWI Mattinjly eVMttre spriq 1W I IS Belle of NariM SfW JItatlQl Everglade Wtfkns SyriRt 807 i 2S We also handle Mtttkiily illMrt ftMNi Ptand Willow Spriftg ibellied HI Wl Pure 4Appler1My and IIackben Wlu 1 c3iH3333 1t4 = RURAL TtLtPHZ MR ARMIR =Makpunhome as modern family as a cio aeaidenie and place yourself is a to get the latest market quotations at any tim j Maccomplished by means of ourtelephoae errk Jtfciek you and your neighbors elm get for a sum that trssniH ttm pared with the benefits received Call or addrcM ctMrMkr s fst offlcor write direct to headquarters Naa1yi1krn fr information regarding our special fxnamtf Inm rue if y u arernot at present enjoying telephtai Mr k y j wecau Ire latelyinterestvou Oarlia 8ceTectWSjUt of Ktiitucny Tennessee Mlssis ippl LowMlMfaMl tfce I q southern iiKrtltm of Indiana and Ulipnis s II it GukBERLAM TELEPHONE TEI GRAPH cXttfc JlKr P IncoropratedriiEifEiE Iif Ef I H 1 I J 1 J Bv r ry Body JridII Dr ellnWho has tried Honey for coughs ctlda lagrlptOe- any throat orbroHChial twrnWe Get a bottle today Sold ef rywherc LOOlefor the Bfll 0a tke 3otU Chonlc Ssiafys SowtherJaiiiriirEagWEye Salve IHi JIlill a harmless awi fuarariteed 25 c tear j R ldeVerYWbere1 fimj rBells MtP I ls ueDr ng IJ4t e311teWII 4IaatPt e n SJIL JiaryaL SaJi VI IS JrIIiMtt1ft i Ct 0t4DI renntgMiy a dsaevs U iU AIrpfMtKIT It Ii clIsw PM- tc t e ok evprywbse Jo a box r r T r 1L L T f i i DL G T4BUBTO j 1 SIEIT D TII runt EXTRMDTED J ITH0ur PAIN jI 1 4 1 it p a i4IPBZNGFJILD xY All Pfftrtai Work Stridtiy fclIIDR JCf1fE T Piu ni SIgeNAi Ohs hos 8 ib fi am 1 t2 pr eoDistore FL ILOD- I I nx4 f ecN CcN3 it WF1QfiLGSBYw AT1ORPEYAT LAW I P I- UWXLLKY1- v Prjv VATTth OAo ov r Red Cross Drue 9tort Qtfoe hovrs HjattlOc L to 12 m 4 to 5pmit JOIINY1MAYES o fUIEllf IHICTO8In All IICEISFOEMRAIMERp TELEPHONE DAY191NIQHTT4 0 11tmiFlELD n thy1 Railro Schedule T f is Follewiitg is the time schedule 0JIOw itfeffect pn the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 pmt Bardstown Junction 622 pm Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 pm Ko 42 Leaves Springfield It by 600 ajB Bardstown 645 a m v BardbiowQ Junction 730 am j M- srvsat Louisville V820 a m M No 43 Leaves Louisville at 1j 7S5 a m Bardstown J nciti- onJtg10 mil a mj Bardstown 1045 a mon itrrivefi at Stwingedt215 p m NoH44 Leave Sprmgfield t Pi001ffS R Bardstown Junc e arrives at Jjouisville 54f pnx No 90 Sundays only Leaves ai Springfield 715 am Bard town 8ooyi Bardstown Junction 845 aim arrive at Louisville 935 am a Not 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville tat 600 p m Bards torn Jpnction 645 pm13ardsp town 7 30 pm arrives at Springfield at 8254 Ill n A BUSINESS EXTENDER TkK1ief Man For Whom Thtre Is va lf Demand Iamllooking fortt clerk a man with personality a man who can do things and Increase my business Mon ey ii no item I will tiot take salary Into consideration lwlU pay lCOb125 or whatever he is worth i want the man Thai iIs what a successful a merchant said some days ago rAt s pay our respects to the mer Cluiut who Is looking f rliclerk of y1goos iaUterofgood pay for good services FJiUoas between employer and employee While ait merchants are not willing to payv enough salary to their clerksoJ tltiftare more merchants w1are gk4 to pay all a clerk is worth than 11wortkEyery village town and city Is look lag for the man who can increase Easiness The man wbo will works fork the interests of his employer is wasted tkeforfd over Tbe world of- business Mpying out for such meno for men h 35om It can trust ant In t whom Itean place confidence that a thing will be done when the boss back lgvturned This man Is wanted In every store factory at every postTaud IB every great business in the ff yom are attempting to avoid re gpoasiblfity and as much work as pbsw g sible you will unlessby great mistake escape promotion x r increase Insalary Tbere are two kinds of clerks and only two kinds One the entire bUSItworld Is anxiously searching for and the other the entire businessf wredd Is anxiously waiting to pet rid v titTwJn City Commercial Bulletin Vistim sfCwsusiaami i trerkefittI r- b4b kMt been out of lila room tM1tf VJo he 10 a Tktfm of circumstances Mjiiiitte c6eesaleiman IoTVJC4ao of crcuthsfanc s1 i he put his shoes outside his JMtTlMt vlght according to the EIIK I UiVlriMte i and somebody threw them at a eat nm the RzeawarC- h1eaiIThlEOOdr po K OT U1IE tt LUNGS t m4 Dr1ings Discovsry T rIIIt I0a nJCZI Ni ThNKTAS LUN1USSSLU I t fmV 1 Local Happ iilEis of Interest The FrMhrtt and Lattst I L 1I8 I 1 1ItTITIIIII tIIII MoH FOE SALE40 V head good EItock ewes GEORGE CoiiyiN I l fFqRf V in M ojS1909 was dueJ 1y1stm yN Gq Wharton V f J TreasurerJ W r s FOR SAJDE 450 stock ewes and 10 bucks t ODANIELOBRIE it LoST Qna pale red cow with hitespots onflanks one shell f horn knocked off the WM SKIMMERHORN tt Charley Miller hd a vefy mule to fall into a well iswek It was taken out but diedshortly after w FOR RENT Two nice dwelldE g houses and about six acres grfstbuMENTSse Today is the last day to send we tenbrninationse in order to have their namei rint on the ballot Miss Katie Hertleia has on sttle at her new fountain some hoingj drink It is called Fan Taz and illaThere will be no services at had Presbyterian Church cn next Sunday as Rev R E C Law son will be conducting service at and Hustonville Ky m Marriage license wis issued Caunty Clerk Booker this had week to J O Hagan and Miss aud Cambron Jas Hardin and Ias Bessie Humes prStAyEbonfrom town about July 1state yellow heifer Owner FIhavesamf avertisernentT laILuke Calhoun an industrious narespectblecolored citizen who has been employed by Mc pastiyear died on last Thursday after four weeks of typhoid pneumonia Iw siWet9ublicaHendren precinctstoltge an ton ouncement of Elvin Birch for Magistrate which in tIthislong Republican and one of the mpslsubstantial farmers of the SIcouthe indorsment of his partyS Mrs Annie Wright died at heij ome rear Maion July 20 after lingering illness She was aP daughter of the late John C G Edelen aud was 4 orh about 28 ears ago and reared inthEi eighborhood where shed diedw our years ago she married Dr Wright who with one small child survives her Funeral services took place at St Rose Thursday The large crowd of present was evidence ofS4 the high esteem in which she was held by all who knew her Dog made ia raid on the flock f sheep of Mr Toni Hamilton on the farm of Mr J Y Mayes yesterday morning and killed and wounded several fine sheep l wo dogs were cought in the act and pursued by a party of men = ho succeeded in killing one of them but the other escaped There are a number of s1eep illing dogs in and around Springfield which hive beentpej planding to know that we are at least id of one of tbem Yesterday morning about 2 oclock the frame building on the East side ot Main Cross Street owned bv Mr C A f Thompson in which he former ly conducted a saloon was dis covered on fire The building was ocouptedby Mr Kirjk Cheat ham as a grocery store The fi re started in the rear of the building where there was stored 1bnildtnKaI was to the stock of goods illll Thetti I Sat do you wapt good laundry work Take it to d Cross Drug Store Miss Josie Jee represents ffi Hansons magazine and newspaper agency Will send herSeptember orders by lOth f August Call and give her your subscription now for any- agazine you prefer On Saturday June 3a surry heel was taken from Mr Dar retts gate on the Willisburg pike The wheel has been locate and if the person who took will return itt one a there will be no questions asked otherwise they will be prosecuted to full extent of the law JOE CAMPBELL Large Attendance The Mackville Baptist Sunday School broke the record last Sunday by having 310 in atten nce This Sunday chcol has from time to time until it ands today one of the best hqols in tbe county and by this feel proud that Our Superin ncent officers and teachers have accomplished good work G H C Death of Clyde Young Mr Clyde Young died at theme of his father Mr Ben Young on la Saturday after an ness of several weeks from an abscess of the brain Mr Young just reached his twentyfirst year and was an energetic young man whose mild manper jovial disposition wonhim any friends He possessed a determination to dothatwhich he Relieved expedienti and jUtt and his younglife not been cut short in the prime of his ipaa hood would doubtless have made a man pf considerable omirenca yr Funeral services werecqnduct St Dominics Modday byRev ather Hennessy after which wedbya rge concourse of frien their last resting place in St Dominies cementery His six brothers acted as pall bearers Real Estate Sles Several sales of real estate ere mide by jMaster Cummis on rM G Leachman at the t house door Monday In the action of the Temple National Bank vsA M Alexander 50 acres of land one Periyville pike was pur chased by the plaintiff Several salesi were made in the earcy estate in the action of Jennie Rearcy admx vs John earcV etc jyhe House and lot intbe eastern extension of Springfield now occupied by W Kelly was purphased by Mr C Wharton feu 805CO The brick building on the orth side of East Main street as purchased by Mr J C McElroy for 316500 The Tobacco warehouse prop erty near the depot was par chased by Mr B D Lake for 282500 The bflilding will be ed in handling tobacco Automobile Line r The automobile line between Springfield bud Lebanon is now running on regular schedule A large number of passengers are being carried between the two rWiHriI iltrW itroiJ Teeth ex ractec vJlh 1DANGERI No charge rateslarei 9 Abb WORK 1 Done In this office is firstclass I I in every respect and just as advertised I fYST4LlAHDDDS S 11- I i I t Springfield KvII points each day The run could be made inta very short time butnorder to prventaccidents- about one hour will be consumed in making the run Everv pre caution will be taken to ore vent harm to anyone and Mr Grat Wishes to say tp the publicvthat if anyone driving a horse that becomes frightened at the ma chine will bold up his hand he yjll promptly stop the ma chine and if necessary lead the horse by He advises persons meeting the machine at night not to pull off the road but to keep in the middle of it an he can see them a considerable dis tance ahead and will pull the automobile otfandlet the Ve hide pass leading the horse bv if necessary If this care is exercised in ruing ttie auto little trouble will experienced with frightt ened horses and prejudice against automobiles will die opt for it is only thosewho run them withal reckless disregard for the safetyi of others who have crea ted any prejuiiceat all Tbeure is little danger If automobiles sre run properly but reckless drivers will evejr receive oiir severest critioism t Fine Farm for Sale One good farm containing 100 acres 2 good dwelling houses i new seven acre tobacco bam Located four miles from Willis burg on Long Lick Creek Price 15 per acre GEQRG COLVIN e Willisburg Ky FFscrsJAL Miss Alice McElroy entertained a few friend at six oclock dio m Say Those present were swjSTH Louise Medley Sfella Simms M d Miessrs Jack McChord John S McElroy Pinley Scruggs and John Polin Hon 0 S Hill Democratic nominee for Commonwealths Attorney was here Monday Mr Paul Thieman of Juouis vllle visited Mr and Mrs Bar ry Shader last week Mr Will Cambron of New Hope is in town this week Mr andMrs R H Shader atc in Detroit Michigan this week Mrs TR Barber and daugh ters Marie and Louise and Miss Louise Hamilton are at Tajtham this week Mrs Jodie Spalding has re turned from a visited tp friends at Glasgow Ky Miss Fannie Smith is visiting in Lebanon this week Miss Gertrude Shader was iiu Louisville unday W Mrs Ruby Smith is visiting in Louisville this week Mr John C Shad r Jr will entertain a few friends tonight Mrs T pf Tapp left this morning for a visit to relatives in St Louisi Mrs iN G Marks is visiting LMr and Mrs Kent Marks at Lotus KVIConner Williams has returned frQnl Frederick wr = z akAutomobllc4711 f 20 Proctor Knott Sh utauqua LEBANON J Beginning Wednesday July 28 and continuing until Au RUst 7 a SPECIAL RAE Of i00 the round trip 75c for children under 12 will be effective on SPECIAL CAR leaving each day as follows Leave Springfield Leaves Lebanon 745 am V 915ttUI 1045 am 1230 P m 1 i45pm 300 pm i 430 pm 680pra 745 pm 930 pm i Tick ts are good returnin any day tQ and including August 7 the last day of the Chautauqua fRegular car at regular rates leaves on regular schedute i MasUir Jobnie Greene has returned iin to jLouisvillei after a yisit Ip hIsggrandfather Mr Jr A StiaderV A R Shultzisat Tatham i1dr eek Mrs Fred Mangetof Louis to yule is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis Miss Hajlie Huston and Miss Mary Wakefield of Maud were of in town Tuesday f1turnedhotnef1 hparentsof Kansasi1ty IcLi Miss Lulie Timmons has reo turned to her home at Lebanon a affer a visit to Miss Mary Lee Simms r pisses CordeliaI and Alma Sp lding and Juiia Cooper are te guests of diss Margret Hagan of Jir andMrs Joe Pettus stent1J Sunday iin LouisvillethMiss Miry and Louise Haydon of are guest j of their auntr Mrs We T A Spa ding at Bardstown Mr Ed ar Snider of Bloomfield m spent Monday here Miss Maxie Duke Old Kam Isfr visiting ab the home of Mr C beLPriceMr E L Wiggington of Fairfield is visiting Dr M Wml Hyatt and family Mrs T Scott Mayes andIsi laughter May are visiting iin jta- jexingtorL and inMisseslen spent Sunday with theirpc mother irs JP Edelen in leLouisvllhMr and Mrs Will Leachman ary spent Sui day in Louisville suIry i g of Miss I ay Mayes per beWarreniin McCabe Walter Royalty andso DudlevRbertsoc spent Sundayen eninand Mrs H rry Grfstead has re ta turned he me after a visit to her se sister inI enver Col Mrs Ji hn L Offutt of Bloom field is visiting her parents tfr and 14rs J R Claybrooke be ulMissestoGnodloeer week T D Turnpr of Lexington and Job I Claybrooke State be Mill Inspector visited Mr and Mis JE Clayb ooketuis week MrT t- dingthe wW Cir tlrt j Cer Lancaster todayW HonW D Cia brooke was i in Louisa ille Tuesday Mrs Mag Bettis is visiting th Mrs EI3arl Litsey at Lebanon ual this week feMratHopehis sister Mrs W weeklofsit at her country Mr Mack Miller of Batlsm tovnw is here Monaay buying sn jles Rev r S King andwife are iin Cam bell vUl this week 7 w ANidht Riders Raidnci Fnevrost nightriders are calom oton 01or aloes pills Tney raid y ur bed to rob you of rest Not so V ih Drllngs New Life Pi1IaJ heyC never di tress or inconv nience but alwayn c eanse the syslem curing W Gplds H iadache Constipation Ma ti llUrla 25c at Haydon Robeitflon iin te RESOLUTIONS We the undersigned committee respectfully beg leave to report the the following for I We congratulate loutselves and the county for the everin creasing indication of higher ap di preciadon in and a deeper interest in a forward move ment along all educational lines believing it to be a mot hopeful sign of the times Old things are passing away and new con ditions and new standards make it imperative that the teacher ever diligent in measuring up to- tthese new ideals and we are persuaded that the teachers of Washington County fully realize tthe new demand upon them and Sve feel ajstiUab13 pride in the teiord they aremaking 2 We consider ourselves es pecialiy fortunate in haying sp able so scholarly so original a a thInkr as Prof A S Mae kenzie is univeraally admitted to be as our conductor We shallI always be indebted to teachers and individuals for the tgeneroushas brought to us We feel we t have caught a glimpse from the a uPlands thjV shall Tighten andi I I brighten ou paths herever they may lead He has been sympathetic considerate and uniformly inspiring illustrating a speechand practice tie teachers idea 8 We acknowledge uur in debte DeHand gratitude to allj those good people qf Springfield who By iheirspeechea and pauJ sic have so largely contributed the success of our Institute 4 We compliment the officers nd members of various commit tees for the faithful performance the duty devolved upon them 5We regret the enforced sepce of our beloved superin ndent ahd we feel tbat weave missed deeply his genial presence and able leadership 6 We renew our loyalty to the new edncAtitnal system and gaul endorse the legislation which made iU possible Under this law the establishment of one or more high schools is con mplated ana we the teachers Washlngtonconntyrespoot lly suggest to the educational board of Washington County at they establish a high scnool thBjfrst class in Springfield believe that such a school would 5p much toward securing ore efficient teachers in the rural schools and that it would establish an educational center om wnich would radiate the st Educationali1Dftueaces throughout e entire county We pledge our hearty endorse ent of such action by the county board4 and we alsoprom e our cooperation in the es- blishment of graded schools high schools at other points the countT as they become ossible and practical 7 We are in favor of further gl latlon along educational ilines fixing the minimum salr of tbe teacher at 40 month thatthe salary of ou periident be fixed at year that the school term extended from 6 to 9 months each year and that a compui try law that caW be enforced be 1acted by our next legislature WI instruct our next repres 4cure1sense1 practiced by the members of r profession We believe ii 4toschool uutil a Vacancy Andwe ibelieve that the tesi results can secured brretaining profes sional officers whether they be tsuperintendent trustee or teach e so lur 1nd1 islonal etiquette demifiae estand together as a body aS atthe strength of the individ teacher 9 We believe that our pro ston should be nonsectarian d non political and stall stand behind the the 1countylDi 1 mental and moral should be de anded and we pledge the ii trustees of our county the hearty cooperation of our prof- eSSion We believe that their interest is our interest and that ie ndthey should ccfesider 4othingserve our boysand girls 10 We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to prof tteo lviq for the able manner in hich he has performed the dues of president of thif Institute the absence of our superin ndent W therefore endorse him and petition ourcounty sup erintendent to employ Uim as conductor of the Institute next year 11 We feel very grateful to editors of the local the interest they have fested in education papersII realize that the Press is whichum through sentiment reaches the great masses CHAS O DURHAM t HATTIE BLANFORD MAGGIE HIATT Conmitiee jlierearemanyimjtation of DeWltts 1Witt1 specially good for Piles Sold by Red Cross PbaEi a yLt Hfflsboro 0f IrThe an ell of death Visited the little neighborhood Of Hillsboro Wednesday morning July 21rt- ahd took from our midst Mrs Mary Coulter She was a vieI tim of heart ffsese Mrs ul1 ter was about forty years Of all lndhusbindi four childreh her parl eat and several brothers andl sisters to mourn brei Her t remains were laid to reepJfcWlUli 1 libnrg cemetery on Wtridy1 r If i 1 FrederfcKstOWn 1 I rrfr r f iJt n4 J jIj JfAr PICN1CSa- tlirday tI J 11 J1 JI7J ir August 22L b 54 L The embers of Holy Trinity church invite 1ltottheir innaul picnic on the shady grotfods surrotfadtiag tfct i4t church at the Burg IiY ii 1 t j 14fit Numerous Attractions BX itj will maket a day bffnnjo f innocent recreation for t u3f 7tt i and old A inecoptous dinner wlll be served adp1Ttv 7r 1 it- of refreshments of the healthy kind will be at hd J J Order and qwet V illbagxaranteed as of formtr yiti1 tJThc Best Brass Bad m the llouptr l4Fiwill delight all with their music from 830 a m antil 6 r fpm1 and a stting band will enliven ihe t v Colored People on the Dauci ugFloofg t 4 i 1 f Besides enjoying a day of fun you will be helpin a gOOd f I cause v Ji 50 ftv GoldVt Y will be given to the lucky winner Be sure and briiif j1 thechUdrent M h THECOMMITTEEt f iBuy od Confections 4 ti1 iThat iH the only land to b fora4 t in outl forw 1 0111 w selves on the freshne 4 ifyiphj Iw quality of our V it r fL t F FrQits I Candies and Cakes1a to Fresh Bread Baked Daily i I 11 i Ii 2rtAt our dafmintain ar pr7 r3 pared at ll nMto HIJe o litfJ drink CoCa ColiHot CIKi Ii i 7 tlateetc w 4 fI WeserveMealsinthe r good old home style i u rH Uettlein s Confectio wi ry t r KATIE ftEiTLEl I I j c t J 44 14O4a1798 aiverty l Ir rContinuing 5 lrKentucky University college of Liberal Arts coeducatioBal H iJi iiThe for Women and the College of Iw 7 icampuses embraces 23 mores s i 1 billdings with mOd rn equidmeit Lt A Facultyjof 56 chosen from the best niT Psiti America and urope litIJi Standardized elective coarses leading toWs t of Aa B S A Mv and LL B V New Science Buildingrecently erecte at a OOS4 r f 60000 l J 8 Students now in1 t1rom 25 itatt aadt i foreign countries t Moral influences cultural environment tdtokriy r ideals reasonable expensej i SThe sessioni beginaf S ept 18 1969 Writs foreaL t logue today jaCMAID HENRfCWSSELjD AM Pk fyff 2titt i E4exIajo iig rEYES TESTED r I IBI jfi Russell AND OPTICIAN f sss s to a caitthe EeRurrection when she will arise and walk m new ness of life sIfLI POI1tt ia The st 4eltate part of a bSb- a li its bowela jOrery allmeat tka It smtfera iritk attack the biwekal 1 ewtoBferi la ot CaseS ife H o the ilfait McGee a abjr Wlxlr Ceif- lh4tpeaIItOf dhirrhof r jjfmm r tHboe a l4lb 4Creles- tere lbe 4 r f t4Ai J t 7 paf K Both at rial a j IIyby 4ut Mr r ottkc r WsAtIr- Goo4c all tJxMi slylSs MrIll palM s tveryWeI r I tr j i r 1ti1Il Th14 m4Ur e1 C l vM D- ieslAt= lt ao1 iyVl4l1S rCJ v r I 1 I IWBOF IHtflSER i dNTsQfHMsN rv MUtT HAVE AMpD TEMPER t w fe W 1J Fs I-c mtmgJ Tf4v4i J BtA Mftiiilv bv J WkPiiI y wMa 1 4s Arsi-i J TMM said tW impiier et tile t hlr ICJC tfICflIlftntIjiP xvrltMy who e Iklt1M in JH 1rUIiis t trip troU- t I Ir rto ew York we have iir- t i iri tMttbta I eaa asore yofij awl I jjaisiijtiaMi 7tJtecJaII soft 1 iftrjr tiiofre t Uie scidce even sig LIUq ateTatift S MII ibtek that the parser k pot M Jlp stssfiy o Mwer ifooUskJ Hq IllJiJ TrWeie iMiTt to pt ap with as be s rt f MT kcttlsMte datiee siII bu I pssjc brlacs as a jg 4 ikT yciktw tck a d asks to Itaivt It tbs toto Jta tJ Freachw and Spaakh money aadtIpu M flMit tlwre must be twice as iach iH Jhftrstsi as Oernaa ami MIl the re isjiaiir ha Englfeh aflver cote pre s wirMjr for tips U I any woader that wekftlfDa ily lose feor tettpers 4a 4 tMII a al the pvrser fe al w itafc t to lof the awft trivial tIis A wan IIHBprcolltHW tiw wiBdow and If It k closed pfce irlll bag W it gut it k 6p a dr no patter K tW W n k tl ere as large as Ute that tile Msec ho rs are frifca U to 2 and 4 ickxrk aW M k hcaorg pe wilsi i e il1iI ritMitB the SMlrpr k 4ak 4 toe lear ske will t MMsk H to smithcrceiWi she says irtftfftrMrtafr aarite Okr Mr Parser J aat a serry to dktvrb Y9 I kaow X k act year kosr of tmslaeeg bat s Ul jrc ten SM If ww111 really t IeiIaext Thanday as I toldy brotW w would and I kapw be will s wIUactOr BM bathe docjcf XK Coarse I am polite but I have JNHiIe fHfttcalty k per adlhg her that j laLozMn1g theishlp and neither cita I coirtref the eteaaeats 8be goes away wkkr aa eipcessioa that clearly b wsr 4e thinks I am keeping so- mettk aa It wfll be ay faalt If we dot arrive at the time appointed iI teewberon oae trip when the tWMtlMT uras particularly stormy a a jMgweoter knocked at my door afts MIce hours of coarse and t I iijgirthat she might speak to n e fpr A few ariaatea I politely asked tier to catsK and ttecn her eyes starting e t ei et bead with the excitement of sttfpMSitjl emotion sbe Implored me thattJaMe woald be satisfied with that ex cue Not much l There and then ital4e draw ap adocaiaent In the f iMst letal phrsWology 1 could muster Wbj a It finlsbcd and 1 and my scktaat had Bed It she gave the jryic fellow a sovereign for his tron irieastd as for me well she took off a tery handsome ring and Insisted on- my accepting It rhave that ring yet tMit wbat became oY the donor jI sever ieiipi for when the storm abated and ijre jwcfeAife In port she never so asWtf as be me gopdby though i JMid Jrejfatcdly naked her to take back JiaejeiSiii Sfa was very rich wobiau evidently Mud the quests In that 4 iwliri drew npmajemy eYetiulge Moat passengers whiwe have beeu a day or so out bring the purser alt Ui ek1tjtuabls for which they receive a receipt Some nervous women seem4 Jrj to blnktJ a strong room nt sea Is i iujt a yerj secure place for their Jew elsTl and they insist on seeing thglr treaJwires ht toast ever ue wom an vw He Accr wad my life a burdei voyage by taking her blcs out and putting them iu agaitt three times a day until I told bet that the next tlmd she called for them 01 41 j would not tae them back again whereAt she tpld nie with a sour look- S that 1 was Impertinent and she would inform the captain 1 believe sbe did 5artiattbe captain save her a word or- t two ofI advice regarding tbe implicit i treat whWb should be placed toa pnrseiv aad this quieted her In factt she afterward came to me and apolo gId for her seething rudeness Aa rule 1 conduct church service e Aboard as the captain does not en etheork but prefers to remain on the brldgf Many a funeral service atae kai fallen to my llot and I have even officiated at a christening lam BSHallytbe one to whom n passenger 1 Lee when be Is dissatisfied with hl1 bIBtIioUh the duty of changing a stafcroom really rests with the head steward Then again it Is the purser who to appealed to wben the passen gem eI4ct to hold a concert and the yfl4tyifoik usually rush to falrfr also ofWI they want to have a dance on deck A purser can be very popular ortbe reverse and unless you hnve an rxcelleHt temper you stand a good cEaace of being tile reversei Tbefaaniest Experience I had was ck ir tnt trip when there was on h ard a little girl about twelve years M f Sbe struck up a wnrm friendship yeand would walk the deck fo- rJiIlIIIf I would only accompany her tee fell very during a storna and c 1 leased to be comforted Her mother awed her it there wax anything she- caidt do which wouldkease her suffer mg and the young Imp said there was USOO would only akldoo and let the lirser read a bpok to her she would wll better And the Indulgent mother j kte to me stated the case and well dttothe child for a little while each day Mtil she was Well enough to come oa Jeck gaiodonTltBts t Wben iatterers meet be devil got iIi UUall Proverbs IDLY WANDERING WN th OyswrwMsWrksr Cs Ism PrOM Car Wbea b IJiirdLl uttrt1p a stst mover a oetIae bM iM dlM MMn Sl1lyJ to maL all trace q biteI lost His fumtijr it frfeMfe InvartaWy fear the worst They Imagine be has met with accde t ad fa lying BocoBactoss fit a ito or has parted with Ids wits awl te confined la am asylum or has ne taken bk owu life I TItHe tblngsare all poeeiblei feat the pcotle thing if ugne of tllem Tfca probable thing is that the overwrought DWH has yielded to a natural Impulse and Instinctively has sought a cure by beco ilBg a wanderer for the time Sc has put the cares of the old life be hind Him and with theta the people f vj fivall the old life and has given 111 If lip to the healing of the road u drift with no well denned obJec- tt ree strange places and taceJB ever ro answer the call of the beyonddie fern as the Germans call ifIs more than rtrdrenra lying somewhere In the back of every marts mind where It was lodged by some ancestor of the Roraad period It Is one pf natures own remedies for the worries of life For the man with a great sorrow for the man with a troubled conscience for the man nose nerves are uottreatlsg kim right travel change of acese Is one of the things the wise physician will prescribe If IIt be a veritable tramp afoot the cure will be speedier and more complete and may work physical regeneration into the barathNew York Mall A FLOWER AND A WISH The Rtmantie Marriage of De Lesseps f Suez Canal Fame Sir Henry Brackenbnry tells In BackwoOds Magazine the story of the romantic marriage of M de Les sep A Frenchman living in Reunion was corapelled by the lljnesa of his wife to take her to Prance He sailed With his wife abd two young daugh ten but the wife died on the voyage Some time afterward the Frenchman called on M da Lesseps told him ef his misfortunes and of his sufferings on the long sea voyage and expressed the wish1 to dedicate the remainder of his life to the furtherance of the con struction of the Suez canal De Lesseps gave him an appointment Ismailla tad employment was found In one of the workshops there for his daughters One day De Leseps attention was attracted by these two girls with whom be entered Into conversation He came again next day and gave to each jjf them a flower saying that they should frame a wish the last thIng at night nnd that if in the morn- Ing they found that the flowers bad opened the wish would be granted On the following morning be went to their house and found one of the girls smiling the other In tears He asked the cause of the latters sadness OMY flower has not opened she replied Tell jne your wish so that if possible It may be granted responded2i1 de Lesseps uh to you Ileast of all men I can tell itl was her answer The great engineer married her Chinese Dramatic Crudities Here Is a sample of one of the naive bitsof7 Chinese stage craft fHidm Ling- 1eadlugtrsgedIRu playing the part of the younger son renders a solo which mealS that the widow and orphanb are gol1g to the temple to celebrate funerall rUe The property man set onthstage a little box for an altar and throws over the widows head a white Tell symbol of mouIngnR- 9m Ling as thejoanber8on waves IiISrirud kicks his toot like a man puntinga football This signifies that thfeTest pf the family Is out of hls sphere of action The scene has officially changed from a house to a temple So while the rest of the fam lly kneels before the altar Horn Ling strolls over and chats with one pf the musicians who happonso be resting Everybodys Magazine What Forty PeIesMake- A good story is told about a certabi professor whose business It was to lee hire to a number of students ton stir veylug During one of the lectures the professor said that In his opinion the pole was of little or no dueTo tht astonishment of those present Polish gentleman arose and utter accusing tht professor of Insulting his countrymen demanded an apology The professor thereupon explained that the pole to which he referred was merely a term of measurement The Polish gentleman seeing his mistakeS ajtked the professor to forgive his ap parent Tudjeness To this the professor smartly jepiled You could not be rude sir even if you tried fPr It takes orty poles to make one roodIondonMult The Proper Question The man with the glassy eye and pret rna tut Uy solemn clfnitiinor dpwni a sbjrercign at tbe lMpklug Office ut Charing Cross uudc m1JddlI ticket What station aupiHdthj booking clerk The would 4tmVeler steadied himself What stations Lure ou1 he niked with quiet dignity London GlobeS A Criticism lIe said tblx skirt of mine was a perfect symphony Maybe but its uot well conducted What do you meojiV 1It drags Cleveland Louder I 1 The Real Want Wiatt we want Is t square deal r Jo well compromise on that in a pinch WLat we really want is ti shadewtlie best at it Louisville Couv rlerjoarnal I 4ffdof Ghosts t FIetoIfdsjers Yet jheeah miiedraiqsej iN terr8N kwowrJBerC 4rLIy kebretbi j Germs 4tjs1 be v e Tby are the akwe breath1iIWaiK we dnk tI lrIie oMypcooeperwhen the eenditjoa JI syaM Iiift itree scope jo etaWiH it t aiM Md Wisea IIsee ill a saey el f IisuI iseJsagiior rsedee a MIeweMek heIw eqs whoa she apptee iepr mud theM ko it I s to sard tIe jeqa Ye5 sv the body a g by the see eL Dr Pier Gold 045 MeL Dieviy It i45ree45 the ykel jHtMr sj theet ds J 0404d 04 the used 1ict the eed res astritisa is r4cig eadkiisbaas week spet is whIskIJg to briIkui D1erlwthtaIh IIe r jUt Ms1se nN pdId eebolwh ill ev4eld AI or nt k Jr i 1Mitl th aAea8I 4pL JI PI I ROIi JUSt MtAael Be 1 i l s The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths Tinr if a disease prevailiog in this odangeroabecaeasodeceplII kItiveManysuddenMIJ by it Heart dis l45UfliOiS1lLapoplexy are often Trtfie resmlt of kid Hey disease If L kidney trouble is allowed to advance 4 thekidneypoisonV ited blood will at tack the vital organscausing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame beck dizzinees sleepleSnea uervons ness or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result candbetterquickest by a proper treatment of the kid iqabilitytolioldurineand necessityoftimesduringtbe remedyisringipropertiesSwampRoct ij pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in 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 any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do yom will be disappointed MATHEMATICAL SIGNS Origin of Plus Minus Multiplication and Division Symbols The sign of addition is derived from the initial letter of the word plus In making the capital letter it was made more and more carelessly until the top part of the p was finally placed near the center hence the pluii sigh as we know it was gradually reached The sign of subtraction was derived frtm the word minus The word was first contracted In m ns wIth n horizontal line above to iindicate that some of the letters had teen left out At last the letters were omitted alto gefiier leaving only the siore line The multiplication sign was obtained by changing the plus sign Into the letter x This was done because mul tiplication is but a shorter form of addition Division was fortherlyindicated by placing the dividend above a horizon tal line and the divisor below In order to save space in printing the dlvl dehd was placed tp the left and the divisor to the right After years of evolution the two ds w omlt ted altogether and simplp dOts Set lu the place of each As with the others the radical sign was derived from tile Initial letter of the word radix The sign of equality was first used In the yfcir 1557 by n sharp mathema ticifln who substituted It to avoid frequently repeating the words equ- nltoSt James Gazette UNCLE SAM The Way Our Nickname Is Said to Have OrilinatedIThis Jfamiliar nickname for the Unit ed States Is said to Have conic about Jn rue following mariner During the war of 1912 the Unitedl States government entered IntojayonP tract with ElbertAjuler en16 furnisH suppl1esjit1lriirmy Whenever the gniteaatates buys anything from a contractor It appoints an Inspector to see that the goods are up tf the sped governmentappo uel Wilson He was a Jolly whole souled manand was familjarly known as Uncle Sam It was lila duty tp inspect every box and cask that came from Elbert An derson the contractor and If the con tents were all right the cargo wa marked with the letters E AUt- he S Initials of the contractor and of the UnltedStritesrThe man whose duty it was to do this marking was something of a Joker and when somebody asked him one day wba these letters stood for he said that they meant Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam Everybody Iijcludlng Uncle Sam himself thought this n verygood Joke and by and by It got into print and before the end of the war it was known all over the country and that Is how the United States received the name of Uncle Sam Des Moines Reg- Ister and Leader A Chromatic iwver Anair Marooned muttered tie villain turning white and striking his fore head Violet pearl of women had refused him again He lapsed into a brownstudy won dering if be wore too green to win any womans love Perhaps she ob jected to his prematurely gray hair or could It be that the cardinal virtues of lila rival outweighed his old gold The hero entering black as n tliun1 der mysteryTiieres ho rled4Izi thet hope of winning my Betrothed Violet jWlmve Jilted Alice and it has inndg Alice blue Tlie villain rose madder than a hor- let purplfug with rage beneath his siti But before lie could speak tbi mero had pinked him with his sword Violet Kcrenmcd Terror csiughtcr put her lover Hoptlicd her Red yf him tit last he murmured oldlng her Inwhli arms and kissing ier cherry lips as the crimson nun tank in the west partially obscured y tIle London smoke Epilogue Orange blossoms Los Apgeles Times Where Women May Not Pray In som parts of the world the wo allowed prayGertahi ytheiramozigthevery rare cases as the deputies 0f their husbands Tile nqtlvespf Madagascar erw1tthelrwomenipwersof evil but prayer to their lupreme being Is strictly a masculine rerogativ1 Expensive proudlyfntbnr seDtsJIJSoj v you away rejoined the young husband Exchange A Polite Waite Here waiter exclaimed an Irascl tble diner tblrf beef you have given me ffentjt for a pig tp eatr IWell sir dont eat It then the waiter advised pleasantly LScrafii ndonll IKES mm A Girl Who Was 4Bt to Read Beneath the Surface Dy MARY WOOD Above tie shrill whir of the crickets rose the hum of feminine volcesr tin der the green apple boughs the Mmr swIJgMland preferred rue doubtful coolness Of the plazzaBqt then she was a col lege professor too superior to appreciate the joys of the younger set IJane Garew however sometimes agreed with her This afternoon J3he hid her lace behind a book while girl ish fancies carried her far above jtht swaying leaves up Into the perfect blue of the July sky How lovely na ture Tvts this summer bow full llfp iiew delightsT ofI IMiss Maybricksname brought her tack to earth againMiss a skyI brickt of him satfcy uolthLands and the general boorlshncjss of ageItruth J have almost reached that con Itlon myself In this man pot And she shook her i lock despair 4forsnkenI Jane agrees with Tier tided a little maliciously iiShe never secerns to mind sharing his attentions tUhber A bookwent down with a crash and angry spots of scarlet glowed in Janes cheeks as she said defiantly John Staunton is not a boori He isaogcn tleman Just because he scorns to talk tjie twaddle that men usually think good enough for us girls you vote him a boor He often makes me ashamed of the little I know and the books he lends me bavejopened up a new world a world bigger and better than all the flirting and shams and heartaches that go to make up so oClety No wonder he Htfes to talk to Miss Maybriek Shes worth the whole lot of us when It comes to knowing the things that are worth while Theglstbppedl short with a gasp as she realized the horrifled bush which had fallen on the circle Oh what have 1 said she ccled and buried her face in her cushions But Madges gay voice was tender as ouvereadsaid gently but I fancy we needed It a bit Its horrid to talk tout one of your friends the way we talk about Staumou and we ought to ask your pardon As for MlssMaybrlck shes a stuck up old thing and youre ever so much nicer than she in spite of all she knows Just wait till Cousin Alex comes next week and see the new world that he opens to you He 4s really literary and writes things for other people to read Janes face wfl9 still hidden She was battling to overcome her tears and even harder to drive out of her heart the uumtsonabl jealousy of the older woman tut somehow bad crept Into It The time had been when she would have rcorned her as a rival but love had titnh her humble Youth and beauty seemed of small weight to cast into the scales againstyears of scho lastlc Draining and study Cousin Ajex cane He was a slim 4apperymngnavitLrnnhiTtantmanner t size But he bad a way jof retailing old jokes that made them1 seem new ami a stock of compliments suited tct every age and was therefore greatly in favor among the guests at the sleepy old farmhouse As befitting his pretensions as a journalist he rattled on unceasingly about hooks and litera ture He knew this man and that book and above all he was one whosfc name should some day stand foremost In the world of letters The dato was not Yetset but he spoke of hls novel mysteriously even reverently and His feminine audience was accordingly im pressed More or less unwillingly Jane was complcllcd to listen to many oj these predictions for Cousin Alex at once developeda fondness for her society Perhaps certain glances that Stauntpn Cjist In his direction added zest to the chase Perhaps It was time elusive fashion In which the girl received his advances Certain It Is that a flecks time had learned him the very fitting name of Janes shadow Yet to Jane herself each day seemed to bringmore unhapplness Staunton came as often as ever but at sight of Alex by her side be left the laughing group to chat with Miss Maybrick in Intimate aloofness And as the girl saw the door to the beautiful new world dosing because tbe hand of him Who held It open was withdrawn the pain and weariness of her old frivo lous life seemed almost past bearing Her eyes were more wistful than she knew one evening its she saw a tall muscular figure swing up the walk with the fits ronflitant Htridn of tlio Nervous Collapse I have traveled for thirty greatdealwithconstant worry left me in sucha nerous state that finally after having two collapses of nerVous prostration I was obliged tQ give up traveling al together I doctored continually but with no relief Dr Miles Nervine came to my rescueI suffering1which Whenever I am particularly nervous a few doses relieve me A G C LIBBY Wells Me There are many nervous wrecks There is nervous pros tration of the stomach of the bowels anti other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to dobuildup the nervous system by the use of Dr files Restora tive Nervine Its strength ening influence uPQn the nerv ous system restores normal action to tjie organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cordjng to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money U I iL- 1 I rv IN 1116I GRADE Zq OFTfE 30UTh nIL OF THACOMMEROMLRAINOHE INCLUOLVE d ttSSOHS BOOKKEEPIHG BY MAJLGRADUATES SECURf POSmQNSWI1J1JOURIT p- DalTE r JOWADDRf5S BOWLING GREENBUSNESSUN1VRS11 BowLua G1IEwR j r waster or s intc HIsoftened as he met Cousin Alex Ham as usual he settled hlinself on tthe top step with the air of n man who had come to stay The browneyes were downcast now but a shy bliisb of pleasure stfll flushedher cheeks There was always a visible air of constraint between the4wo men but HambUn rose manfully to the occa ulon Here VII a most longed for op portunity to i rot to Miss Jane that Stnunton ivsix but fboor of n farmer utter all and no irijitcb for a man of the world like himself If the older man detected his halt veiled tone ot patronage be only siniled quizzically Indeed his position sOon greW more untenable than tooT of his adversary As the conversation ranged from books to men and back to books again Jane saw with a thrill 1or pride that Staunton more than held his own What is more be MId his temper a precaution neglected by the other At last the talk fell upon one 01 thc1 Decent nOeaa book of unusual strength and breadth of view Jane had read It several times for It bnd seemed to point her to the new life she longed to live Staunton was silent ns though In unspoken condemnation Thereupon Hamblln became an enthusiastic defender and openly scoffed n his lack of appreciation A shadow1 crossed the moonlit porch but the three did not see Miss May brick till her voice broke viu on the controversyYou not expect Mr Staunton to criticise his own bopk would you she said calmly Then as her ear caught Janes low exclamation of won der she added In a tone of surprise Had you not guessed that he was an author Miss Cnrew1 heard that you defended him very eloquently cue aft ernoon in the orchard and4Lid a good word for me top For that I want to thank you Stauutons face was turned toward the blushing girl and In full moonlight Miss Maybrick could read his secret If it sounded the dcathkncll to some hope in hefowa heart gratitude to her companion made her lead the bewildered Alex foil a wftllc down the lane and a gradual restoration of lila self confidence And1 I have to thank you too Jane Staunton said tenderly But He took her down to the orchard and tofdber In lIs own way How mild you guess that I was not tile former pretended to beT with a that of wonder under his gladness Jane raised a face radiant with realization that the new world theI opened forever Just because you yon sfye sail Joyously Love is not always blind A Story That Varies There Is a story more or less dlf fused of a young bride on her wedding day playing the game of bideandjsc and conceiiling herselfp m ofthose ancient cnrved ttliaSHT of large size fTsmrlilal got lu time lid Mosed and she found herself unafclel to raise it again for It fastened with n spring and slip was shut In Search was made for her in every quarter but the right one and great perplexity and dismay were nused by her dlsappear- ance It was not till years after when chance led to openliig of the chest that the body of the young bride was aispovered and the mystery of her dis appearance solved The story Is found in so many places that It niay lie questioned whether It Is true of any oqe of them Rogers tells It of n palace In Modena The chest In which the poor bride was round Is shown nt Bramshill In Hamp shire the resIdcHce of Sir John Cope fthefI shown at Marwcjl Old Halt between Winchester and Bishops Ynlthum The folk tale of Cntskln or Peau dAiio represents the girl llylns with tier brWal drerscs from a marriage that Is repugnant to her and us this tale Is found all over Europe It may Lave metamorphosed Itself Into tha of1 the bride who got Into a chest nod died there Gornllill Magazine Detecting a Thief Sonic of tbd stories in tilt Folklore of the Holy Iiand1eeui to be at leant founded oil fiicU And Indeedl when tvo coinc1 down to quite recent times we find undoubtedly KiMijiIiie stories Jlrnt might have bCtmtold of the days if the cnliphH herO is omie of Ibruhlin Pnslm A goldsmith of Jaffa complained that his house halt bwi robbed and Icmarked that time Egyptian occupa tion had not brought security Time pasha promised redress The next day he came to the mans shop time presence of u great ro vd ortlcrcd time executioner to give the door a hundred lashes Then lie stooped ijs If to listen The door tells nonsense he cried nit other hundred He stooiutl again The same talc time door persists that time Ihkf Is sincwhn In this rowd of holiest people nud that lie t lias0 some of thedtult robwebs from the shop on Ills tarboosh I He hud his eye Oil the crovd saw a mail hastily raise his humidnndft brush hli fez V The man wnM arrested anti confessed bis guilt I mr IS jUt nil hii 4t Wl s traveling by rail tliroiish time more level ttthct of country In Germany France or1lioUnnd to see an automo bile flying ivot souio main highway ji runiiliii pnijallel1with the railroad pflslly ip pijv pac with time trnfnm miles It bclli pcnenilly necensnry tto Blacken spo il only when passing throush the arjcr vlllngps and towns Hid iiprcr oil account ottOOt roods Electric Bitters kiloIn8Upfemeremedy FOR KIDNEY LIVIR AND STOMACH ROUBLE It to the best medicine ever sold over a drufgkts counter I aJ WOMAN AND FSHTW Cost but 298 This trig little truck has the pppu rnr frontand colIrl- ess hncrpnnelnnd 0 These tKOdistinpfive points InII crease In ftfvor ns the season maces The construction of the frock is so very simple that It will at once appeal to the jutuiteur dressmaker who delights Iu easily made lutl litHcrint1chosen OF WHITE ipnfKf six dollar limit White linen at i8 cents a yard will develop equally ellv anti If braided with linen soutache braid and good pearl buttons are used the frock will be suitable for street Went and nil occasions when a smart but simple frock is needed and the cost need not exceed 315 Following are the needed materials and their prlces Wine yards linen at iSe JL61 Two pieces linen soutache atlSc Pearl buttons and findings Total 298 The Lingerie Hat IThe lingerie hat of Againjhere again and there Is sl1lugttrocks embroidered linen Is no longer consid ered smart Rather Is a fine leghorn or shape of cream colored horsehair bent into a becoming outline and the crown covered with overlapping ruf flea of finejy plaited muslin and miCa cl nnes lace It Is then further adorn cd with satin ribbon twisted iirpund the base of the crown and pulled into a hlc bow at pne side Possibly a few flowers are tucked In and a charming hit you couldnt morel Sometimes this scheme of trimming- S reversed and a brimless shape Is chosen the crown of straw left undis guised and the ruffles of plaited mus Un or lape falling around the face In any case it Is considered quite neces sary to have sompmitraw in evidence sowewhercItKeeping the Yoke Down Often a summer dress ls ruined by tbe fit of tbeyoke It hitches or rides In a way that is as uncomfortable as It is unsightly The easiest way to remedy this defect Is to have the yoke made on a fitted lawn lining which buttons around the waist This should have a horizontal scam run Just about the bust line to take inan extra full ness If the Jlnlng seems top warm or i too much trouble to make the yoke can be attached toa sort of harness made with n belt of tape to whlfcb are joined vertical straps attached jtp the bQttom of the yoke Even easier is It to sew short tabs of tape or muslin to the bottom of the yoke These can be securely pinned to the corset without tearing the yoke itself It Is a brood idea to fasten time smallest size safety pins to these tabso that thej are always In readiness NeW Lingerie Waists Lingerie waists are worn although nOt jufte so dxtctiylvely as last sum mer They may be rimmed With sev cra different kinds of lace but there must be no evidence of patchwork or leftover effect The lines of the best lingerie waists show wldlfy at the shoulders but a slightly defined taper at the wait thlAU washable Blcevca are somewhat larger in the up tper arm wltjioui being of the leg o mutton vnrlletv Handsome Dutch collars are attached to tile newest lin gene waists J The Lana Knitted Swuftter How that erstwhile lncpnsequeutl rirmcnt the sweater increased In dl mensions and dignity Once abbre viated at the waist line If crept grad tally down mid assumed the dlmeii lions pf n mans sack coat But It no longer pauses atl hip length Behold It this year reaching to within an inCh or two of the dress hem TimEs full length sweater Is primarily for motor Intdeed knitted on the lines of n loose topcoat lab Inside Bamboo The cutting down of g clump of bamboos In royal botanical gar dens Singapore shows that the huh lows In thi stems of these plants inny afford a dwpllius place for bats d the spllttliiir of n Joint three bats 1leV out and It was perceived tthat others were within Care was taken ttP pre vent further escape and later exami nation of the joint reveitlud the pros ence of twentythree huts in the hot low Four of these were ndult fetimTca and nineteen young opes Other bam boo joints vcre also found to contain a number of bats The species to 8Jl JW For eSummersI actual satisfaction and real home comfort as the new Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook StoveKitchen wore this coming summer willtje better and quick ier donej with greater perso d comfort for the worker if instead of the sdfling heat of a coal fire you cook by the concentrated I NEWPERFE- Wltk CJ1 l June Hane Ofl t PliTen heat wheesywest k rmwki y d tw4Mtk4 thu U does not OTerimt the hitches Note tke CABINET TOP with shelf forwjumlngpl t and keeping food botafW nslisd ah 1 Convenient drop shelves that be folded bAck WHtiai sW two nickeled bars for holdinf towels Three sizes With orwitho1lt Cabhet Tip Aiyewdeaitcs 1p n1 or write our nerwt ageacy the Mftf ZatJLA7YI1detEnt eCHO IJi lgivers SolifmutifuUy nickeled Yow crwilMfT Iwith a Rayo Lamp llttil If not with your dealer write He sssessep tJ TANDARD dILCOMP Imoapq4dl J t It Mzt 4 Eat fY s icIT What t + tP L Y irt 41 Youwant pjf the J9odyu V Kodol wiU digest fc I1ounee 1 a sufflclent mount of rood wholesome fbod and more tbaa thIs7ounedtofai1ydigestItI Eseyoucant gain strength nor can you strengthen your stchifftl- fiweak j You must eat in order tolira and jnatntain strength t You must not diet because the body requires that you eat a sumo lent amountot1foodregularly But this fLtht be digested and ifmust be digested thoroughly When the stomach cant do it tbattWllt1helpthe The proper way tOd is to eat what you want and Ht Kodold fest the food t NothIng else can do this When stomach is weak it needs help yon must help it by giv1iltrea and Kodd will ds that I I Our Guarantee Go to your druggist tsds7idpurchase a oUr botU a X can honeetly ay that yp M receive any beaefcU trea1 wifusing the entire fettle the bfgist will refund yopr ao ty teJpwl tiwithout queetion or iMay Wew1llpayth1rgg1tspds of the bottle purchased bttML This over applies to the latfr bottle only aad to batJill s family ifan a bai s whet s Itwvi1 frZ Thed ivc 1bt1tIIrasu O11tystt btls XodoltsJlldeattbeiot E aDeWitt k Co Chicsfe r JI SOLD pY RED URQSS DRIJU ST0RB t ooGafFORg K tILarge and Small Wheat C1iiilTobacco Farpisl level rich And frtc ggfrmi stone Large residences Jf barns gaaIR ilroad con ect o s n offer a bargain at 35060 an creir longtime payments V B ELY Bowling Green Ky Q GGOGOGOOOCOGGOOO- l Women Suffer titIfcr 1relieve headache backache pain in the cW i dOe8WIIItthaten td say that it cured them TAKE CARDO I J It Will Help Yon Sirs ITarwell Johnaon Ttmpt J1aYrit OuAi me after doctbii and eTer tlu f else hail fsilsd Uttds sa edecidedjthatarong and fair trlJlIyButJkT ALL DRUG STOEM W ALBAtNJBUSINESS COLLEGE NE W AI AWY WW4NA MAINT ANtvnuzo1lPPDJIBeuttfsii a == 3 =Expert faculty ot i ndferowc c fitda C IIar ti ThjB NewLeder nd Louj ville Daily Times 350 a yeaiv i t