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N L S n 1 ET IJLfED I 1N- 1883I4 i2 tt i IiI 1 1 f w t SERESYOL XVII NO 32 Cf t 1 SP J CICV AUGUST 5 1909 j 7 I m jr7 pfH I q f 11J L RW Fy TRUSTY rRCTICALg DENTIST Offee over Haydon flrber- atrasonab1eA jVatal wo k prices r ll lfQI n I 8PRIGFIEtD TLaJ rrt j04JR DIRECTORYS 1 JtFJtM IUtD county seat oft rii jtQ County 52 miles south St i eri gton 59 miles from Uyilteon Bards tqwn branch ol It iivifle and ii ashvil1e uu1roadin ii anmiiMf aId agricultural dIstricts wpBaaks tetegcaph and telephone tflt e rew office flourm1ll lumber yards Joptt ion 1700 population fbl c umtT5lS6ool thIepreseutatLeiflBe I Johnson Bar 8town Ky by epcesentatiYC1juXeutucky Legiss V lire Hfoa W CMcChordvJtefffescfctitive ib t3teSeat Bon T Jarvis Cafflbellsvlle Kv r unty Dtrctbyonl art CIRCUIT 9OURT W CircuthCoirt bfgins on the fourth anMdarIncI H TharmantJudge L 14 Durham Commonwealth Atpo praey Robt A Noe CkikpoM G ieachmaB au QUARTV LOURTthQuarterly Courtis lcton the third- Monday in eacfeaiontHi ofB I Litsey Judge OUNTY OURT ouuty Cut niCtS on the fourth i riday In eich mouth 1B 141Litsey JudgerII deWT S Mayes County Attorney Geor eCatiett Jailer Sidney Oaboutne Sheriff i Sam Anderson Cicklsham HerbertJEddlemXn 4Deputice 14Ed Masters JamesF Moore OountyrSntTeyor CP OBjyan Assessor ing baSRobert Noji Treasnreri 3J MMontgomery Coroner Jj W Bush Supt of Common choott P rO Sprlngaeldi v i VCITY COURT Jamea sue R NePolice Jn4gethJohn GrlceIMarshal W F Grlfrsby City AttorneyttJ t JUSTICE CO UKT notice Courts are held in January t prHanc1 Octol er Church Directory jS METHODIST CHURCH ReyG S King Pastor Ser ices every Suuday 11 am and pmtlj every Su day at 10 sfm oj Prayer meeting every Wednesday- v aight 1 CATHOLIC CHURCHd i Rev P F Bennessa j Pastor Ser Ices very Sunday at 8and 10 oclofck I fa ia Services at St Rose same hdttri =iP ESBYTERIAN OHI3RCH- v t Rev R E C Lawson Pastor ed f Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every It Sunday tit 10 nm Prayer meetin Tau Thursday evening at 7 oclock t yii FSev i Preaching every Sunday at t a m and 745 pm Sunday School every H Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting1i tery Tuesday evening at 745ociock fir gttttlSTtAN CHURCH I Rev IV F Wojf Vpastor t r ices firsfeand fourth Sunday Sunday nI fr Fraternal Orders I 9A wzcLoDGB Sprhigfieid lodge No SO meets first and third Monday n rachmontbiWashington R A Chapter No 57 mcetBjBVerj second TueEdat Spriiipficld Council XJo 52 nieelscii every foarth Monday KNIGHTS bf THE MACASHES Mc t vejy first Wedesday in each piont- I t aITE8Cream VermilugeI THE SUIMNTEED WORM I REMEDY r 2 jm emuMfrs FAyofMTE TONIC MWMC fM t MaY y BIitw JLlnlmcMt Co TVfvOCMW MOIJtED GROSS DRUG STORE w rw i ir TilE NEWS=LEADI3RL g rbe r SundaySchool IINSTRUCTIONS j eJConcerning the E1ctionoffH School Trustees I 1 The election shall be Ijeld at1 the School House in whichtlt white children are taughtr1he polls shall open at one and closet ffive oclock in the ternoonIijIi 2 The election officers con bfa Clerk and two Judges hould any of the appointed t officers refuse to serveor fail a appear for service at the D proper time those present may elect cne oftheir number having j the requisite ualification to- WInstead 3 The voting shall baby ecret if1Iotnoever The voter may vote foxc e name printed on the ballot making a cross mark in the b squar at the right of the name oted for or he may jvrite another nameon the vacant line below and mark as above In- case there is no name printed el the ballot it is the privileged duty of the voter to write some ones name on the ballot d vote as directed abOve DoOJ t fail to elect a trustee If thee electron hotices hav not been tested hold the electiOn as Ihough proper notice had been I sted iri order that a trustee may be elected and that the bl people may not be deprived ofIn eir right to ho seBftrpsteew 4 All male persons 2i years jiin age and over who shall have resided in tbe subdistrict sub district means school district as now laid off for sixty days next t fore an election and are resitt nts of Washington county shaH have the right to vote at so such election New School Law n 5 The clerk of the election oft shall countersign the ballots before delivering them to the voters and keep a correspond f number and record on the Il t stubbook of tie votes The judges pass on the qualifi cation pf the voters deposit the ballot in the box count the balfr lots at the close of the pQlls isbl a certificate of election tbw e successful candidate replace freballotscurely and return all to theC Connty 6upPinLend t on or be tore Tuesday August 10 1909ei Onejudgej may return the ballot box hot necessary for both to cornel The boundary line of the sub V district has been sent to the Chairman of the oldjBoard of Trustees with a request that office furnish the election officers a copy of it in order 1hattercaine the legal voting resi Jg ence of the person offering to vote Uvd 152 Years Vftd Parr fEngltjnds oldest man Carried the third time at 120 work in the fleljlB till 132 and lived 20 years should belOdgerPeoplyouthful Whrigt oL shows how to remain young 1 feel just like a sixteen yearoldhOyrhe writes after tak ug six bottles of Electric Bitters or thirty years Kidney trouble made life alu den but the first bot tIe of this vonderful medicine con vinced me I had found the greatest cure on eat tbUTheyre a godsend to Weak sickly rundown or old peo ple Try th m SOce Eajdcn Robertson Drugstore Jeffersn Davis t Daughter Dead LA Colorado Springs dispatch uhder date of July 18 follows Mrs J Addison Hayes daughter of the late Jefferson Davis president of the confederacy cued loniglitfat her home in1 this city after an illness of several months Mrs Hayes was the wiferfJ Addikon Hayesr presi dent of the First National bank of this city Many messages ot inquiry were received recenti from friends throughout the country who had gained the im pression that Mrs Hays was suffer n from cancer The atbasannouJjcedI a complication of diseases Mrs Hayes the last of the family of the late president of the confederacy after the death of her sister Miss tennie Dads Richmond Vamade a trip south a few years ago when she was made a Daughter of the Confederacy mher sisters steadI i Her mqther wjdow ofthe south president died in NewYork Ii 1boutes is survived by two Sons It Lucy and Mrs Virginia Webb faither through a special act of egiItureT Commone- rS a i you have pains in the back weak back or any other indication of a weakened or disordered condition of the kidneys blaUder shouldor you getiiis Wltts Kidney and Bladder Pills right away when you experience thek least sign of kidmjy or bladder com plaints but be sure that you get De itts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and you will send your name to E C eWitt Co Qhicago you will re eive a free trial box of those kidney and clad er pills They are sold here fRed1Cross Drug Stpre Counterfeit Certificate The secret service has discov red a new counterfeit 20 gold certificate which is similar to j the one discovered in Marchc 1906 The ordsIin gold coin of n the face of the note reprlnt t dWin gold tint which isNcharac ritic of the first issue of gold certificates of tbe series of 1906 j These bogus notes have beentt circQ1 ted principally in Cubag ulia number have beelr located New Orleans where a Cuban recently arrested with Sf001J his tlthej certificates ofhthSthan the genuine Jand the mechanical and tinting mark is coarsely done that it wouldl t deceive anyjcareful handler paper moneyEx J bife 100OOO Vcars Ago Scientists ve found na cave in Switzerland bones bf meri who lived 100000 years ago when life wasn constant danger from wild beasts S Today the danger a Ahown by A W Brown of Alexanderil Me is largely om deadly disease If it had not een for DnThings 3lew Discovery cured me I could not have lived he writes suffering as I did om a severe lung trduble and stub w born CUp h To cureSore Lungs olds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pheuijomia its the best medicine on arth 50c and 100 Guaranteed by botJlefreeKentucky Fair Dates r Harrodsburgj August 123 dayscPerryvilie Aug 183 daysii Danville Aug 44 daysbMadisonville A Winchester A ugjst 3 4 days Blue Grass Pair Lexington August 6 days 5ii Taylprsyille August lQr4 days Uniontown AugusttlO 5 days fLawrenceburgs Leltchfield Augustl4 day7 iarboursville August 183 days IBrodhead August 18r3 days Shepherdsville August 83 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyville August 245 daysISpringfield August 25 days London August 254 days Florence August 2Hi days Frankfort August 313 days H rdinsburg August 313 days- TompklnsvllleSeptember l5 days Fern Creek September l5 days Bardstown September 14 days Hodgenville September i3 days Monticello September 71 days Glasgow September stdays STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 136 DAYS You Never Con Tell just exactly the cause of your rheumatism but yoy know you have it Do you know that Ballarda Snowr Liniment will cure it relieves the pain repuces the swelling andlimt beys the joints and muscles so tliiB you will be as active and well as you ever were Price 25c 50c aid LOOp old by Red Cross Drug St Kentucky to Show Con 1 M C Rankin comissioner in rJthe department of agriculture apYptucky 6f the National Corn Ass ociation and announces that the tate wjll make an exhibit at the National Corn Exposition Iin Omaha December 6 to 18 Arrangements weremadff at a conference of Corn kssociatio- officials With Mr Rankin i Ejrankforfc this week and itis expected Kentucky grain will take a high pl ce and win manjrof the prizes in the list wcirt 50000 which is offered attj show in Omaha Mr Rankin lias one hundred or more boys i growing corn frum They will show this KentuckII hibit to be held at the thetrIl i p i i h coworkers to bring the average yield per acre up toti mong the best inthe Un States dII j A Conte ted Woman always found In the same house j with Ba1lrds Snow lnimeJ1t It tlkeepsi free from aches and paltys It heals P cuts burns and scalds and cLres theumatism neuralgia lumbago and t alKmuscular stiffness 25c OcandlOGa bottle old bV Red Cross Drug Strlreh Caleb Powers is Candidate l EJl Powois former Secretary orv State of Kentucky and recently je pardoned by Gov Wfllson after a being three times convicted for in the assassination Gov William Goebel ofj Ken s tucky who lectured here last vening permitted tIre Rev V Walter pastor ot the FicsC l Methodist Episcopal this city and a close friend totl ive the aunc uncement to the iin newspapers tliat Powers name would be presented tp the RttIt ublicans of he Eleventh Kenb i district for nomination as Congressman iillh Powers lectured at the Elk l art Chauta qua to a large A Millio a1esdby at attended by the highest priced baby specialist could r ot ae cured oTtor ach or bowel tr ub e any quicker br surer than yout ba yif you give it McG es Baby Elixir Cures diar is rhoea dysentery ind all derange ments of the stoiah and bwelswPnice23chd5OI cidb Re4Crosi Store t + DIg p Farmers in hilpe itA number of lobacco raisers relO town Saturday to participate in the distribution of 55COO equjiy moey which was made Tlferev was no scramble for the money and many in the pool did not come to town at all owing toJ the busy season but stru ted their bankers to simply give them credit for the amount I due them The factis Fleming farmers are better off tiuanciaHy than they ever have een before The time was when most of thexfarmers car ried mortgages on their farms in the fgrepart ot the nineties but they now mostly have their J arms paid for andcarry good bank accounts Fleming Gazette Summer ColdstAre harder to releive than winter ones but they yield just as readily tor eatme nt with Dr Bens PineTar Honey fcold everywhere Look for the Bell on the Bottle CourtHouse in Danger The Richmond Climax iis au thority for the statement that when the Madison county ourt hpuse wRsereettdIIbefo d- Ewara five gallon keg of wins key was placed in a receptacle at the base of erich of the huge columns that ornament and up port the front of the structure That happened in the good old days when whiskey was whiskey Since Richmond and Mud son count became localoption terri tory there have been grave ap preheriisions that the Madison rails yould awaken some fine morniijg and find the court house wrecked and the whisky gone As Editor Landrum remarks Vho wouldn t dig through aI cement pillar to s et a drink of that whiskey Shelby Sentinel i c I Desfiroys v in Washington CoultyI J I Friday was so unlucky day in tile Early Friday morning during the rain and electrical storm he finestock barn of Mr B siiis Mayes JrJ just outside the citya limits was struck by lighting a and caught firei When discov ered the flje hact gained such headway that it ws impossible 9 save the barnj The fire deg artmeut of Springfield 110ws ever was called out and while the barn was located a consid thel1ave been able 16 have saved the ed barn had they reached itrsooner w Mr Mayes will pe quite a heavy loser as the barn asa good one alsolost a tine buggy horse worth 200 and a Line Jack valu d at 500 as well ao a large mountpf hayj TheMamage is estimated1 aC 1800 with msur anciB of 700on the barn andc oOthe stock That night at abouti12 or oclock some young merl re from ghautauquahe store of Mr W T Philipps the Texas neighborhood The alarm wasgiven artd an at- empt made to enter tlie building ut it was found that the entire interior of it was in flames The ouse belonged the estate of the late Mollie E Drane ana was valued at about 500withF no insurance The stock t1fin goods of Mr Phillips was valued about 1000 with only t 500 insurance The origin of tba tire is uuknown n Sta rve d T6 Lhalhawhat could b truthfully fye said of S many children who die They have rms poor little Ui nsthey dont know iit and you dont realize it If yourxpildis cross fretful pasty com leXiili U and loses weight fdi no apparent reason give it Whites ream Verm fug you will be sur prised at the result and bov qui kh picks up in Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Change in Text Booksb a The American Book Company has been awarded a five yeajst contract for furnishing ihe new school books to be used in tie Kentucky public schools The following changes have been wade in text books From Mi r Guffeys Primer to Practical Primer from Longs LaiuageE Lessens to Elementary steps in English in Physiology from Halls to Willis Essentials of Health for intermediate grades and Willis Elementary Physi ologv and H ygiene for the high er gradesi la writing from Ra tional writing Books to the Writing Soaks published by theI Translyvania Bool Co Tortured On7 Horse ror ten years couldnt ridt a horsfe without being in torture from piles writes N S Napier of Rug less Ky when all docters and oth er remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Inf dllible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Boils Feyor Sores Eczema Salt Rheum Corns 25ct Guaranteed byilay3on Rob ertson I County High School1 t V EstablishedI At a meeting Saturday of the County Bard of Education a County High School was estab MrSjUprincipal and rooms were rented from her iu which to conduct the school Dr K v anaugh will at once erect a chaoell ani gvEnnss ium which will connect with the building now in use The addi tion will be 25 by 50 feet and win llb two stories high arid will have i AreDoctorsAny Good F0olish question Yet some people act as if a medicine njCObld take the place of a doctor The best medicine in I1t cannot do lhJ Have a family doctor consult him frequently trust him fully If we did not believe i fdoctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and ibcolds we would riot offer it to you Ask your doctor IeNo alcohol in thIS cough medIcine CAyerCoLowellMas If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Pills for constipation bUiousness sickt headache we would Sot offer them to you Ask your own doctor about this Ia i concrete flours Any pupil out tlyroQegradetl t will be allowed to attend free oft 1Cuitionr It is likely that the Board will establish another High JSchool at Glensboro some tinnTnexti year AndersohCounty s1a ThoBiHjdhof two IfCkheafache I ard and your brain feel loose andtsore You can jcure it in no timeby acting on your liver with B allar Herbine Isnt it worth trying f the absolute and certain relief youl t Soldl by rhe Red Cross Drug tore Narrow Escap r t i Mr James Carbthers sustain painful injuries by a fall c bile engaged in painting thell borne of Mr George Nail TbeI ladder upon which Mr Carothers p was standing broke Or slipped throwing him to the grOund in- alling hevreceived several cuts and severe brufses ffroth the ohd stacles with which The came in tacim his descteht and bforcb head that the shpck was very of reat aLd the injuries quite paint ul He will be confined to thaJl house for several daysBardsi iintown Standard Hows Yhis t We offer Oneflundreti Collars Re ward for of Catarrhany case thatiim conno be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Fe J Chenay Co Toledo O liWeJ Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly hbnerable all business transaction and finan ciallj abje to carry out any obligaa ationsmadeKlnnau IarrinrWholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally acting directly upon the blood i nd mucous Surfaces of the bQttlea old by all Druggists pTakestipation UpToDate Teacher t Mr Edgar Burton is the firsts teacher in this county to install his school room a telephone Burton sass there ate some of the biggest fools in Lawrence urtha ever lived Tuesday number of his friends here got wise to the fact that he harta telephone m his school room ai d took time about m callingbjIhe through the day and plying bunC with a niamber of foolish qugtibns Lawrenceburg News Chonic Sore Eyes Are easily curqd with South ra dsI agle Eye Sjllve Pls painless aria harmless and guaranteed 25c p box tt Sold everywhere j History Questions What two presldeuts of the Unlttsl States diet on July 4w Thomas Jeffer on and Jolui Adams Who wns killed in a duel by Aaron Burr Alexander Hamilton What general sold his honor for money Benedict Arnold What military man was mdsblpman at the age of eleven years David Far ragut What Indian defeated General Cus tcrSItUnJ Bull What great statesman began his edu cation under his fathers Instruction In his own home PAtrick Henry Philadelphia Ledger Conundrums How do we know that there west l ijpgij Ham Why is sympathy like blind man a buff Because Ills a fellow feeling for a fcoHowmortnl Wily urtsDsh considered good brain food Because they have a taste for going in schools eWhatlsyard and two yards A fence Biblical Conundrums At what tlmejOf day was Adam cre ated A little before Eve iiWho 0ofwhale couldnt keep him dawn What enormous slu did Moses com mit In n moment lie broke the Ten Commandments till at once Dream Shadows Bedtime boolhiwneavy eyes Oh my U Is soft and deeol See how still my pillow Ue lirIt must bo asleep i Nice kind shadowa big and tall Smooth as salln seem to creep Round my room and on the wall They dont go to sleep Shadows make the sleepy place Where the nicest dreams they keep Then they come and touch my face That puts me to sleep Shadows always come and play When Im dreaming and they pee p Into all my dreams and Stay Near mo while I ilecpy Gentle shaddxvs dim and eray Drift about and softly wcp All unlovelx thought away Asl fall asleep Good night shadows bigandtUhl You can count fits woolljrsneep As they jumpj the slumber wall I am sound asleep sSTouth Coropanlofft u I 4 t I III0JJf V J i Mltj i t J rf i s 1y iNGFIELDWASHINGTONCOUNTYJKENT l ItiaBwebbOflthisingI FIREI Big IInsurance Company W H Gregory president of he Citizens Life Insurance ompany Helm Bruce the general counsellof that company and a number of the other officers have announced their plans for organizing in Kentucky j ten b million dollar life insuranceh The company to 1aveand the promoters declare its1J purposes wilt be to write life andf emsur otb companies Its charter will authorize iit toIi write both participating andt nonpartjcipating insurance Ac cording to reSident Gregorys h announcement the home office and headquarters of t Qnewf caoipany will be locatedin Lou isville but ts legal home will be s at l3eechnOnt or some other in 0orporatedlimits of Louisvillei The pura pose in incorporating tbecom any outside the city of Loiia j vlle is to save city taxes which on such corporation is planned would amountto thousands of oflars a year dMrgahization of the company wil- leabg w thing not only fortbea city of Louisville but the strJKentucky as it win give to he jcty and Slate one of tHe largest life insurancecompantes the world He says that it will become a goqd feeder for the banks of the State and the entire Southland will aid inking Louisville a fiqanciaJ y center just as the big Eastern fe insurance companies have made the banks of New YorkC dominant powers in the financial l world The people o Kentucky lone are now paying for ordi nary life insurance more than six and onehalf millions of dol lars annually and be says theL interest earnings on thisjsum V lone it kept at home ldbe f untold Advantage to the J3tate t f Get DeWitts Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve When you ask for it There are a great many Imitations itth reis just one original This f is good for anything where a salve is neebedto be used t hut it I Iucia11 good for Piles ESold Louisville Herald Sbld j The Louisville Herald appear d Sunday morning under new ownership For some weeks negoliations have been in pro ress for the transfer of tbti i control of the paper to other hands than those thst have di rected its policy during recent years These negotiations fame x a mutually satisfactory termination Saturday afternoon and r C Shaffer Chicago bought the property The iollo wing statement has been given out by Bernard Flfexv ner flithe firm of Flexner Campbell attorneys thrpugh whom the business was transacted by which the transfer was erected speaks autboritively for all parties concerned in tbeI II matter Mr JQ Stiaffer of Chicago has bought U controlling interest in the Louisville Herald Thft negotiations that have been pending for some time were conclcu ded Saturday afternoon on r basis entirely satisfactory to all interests Beginning with the issue of August 1 the paper will ce published under the di rectioa and controll of Mr Sbaffer Mr Shaffer has bad wide experience in the newspaper field he is the Owner of the Chicago Evening Post the Indianapolis Star Muncie Star and Terre Haute Star Inns tional affairs I understated the Louisville Herald will support the policies of the national ad ministration In locall matters so Ii am informed the editor ffilli take tjraerto advise ifliSElf Iit being the purpose of Mr Shaffer tosupport those men and meaf ures that will best serve toe 1 peoples interest1 Farm for Sale rin xrlaCJI new seven acre tobacco bitrii Located four toilwtfrom WilliI burg on Lplj LiCk Crfc rrIclt5t c e QEORCECQLYIiI Willi burIf s ThriThaExpncTT- Om Thw p ot MM w l i i kno rfn RaywJck fsrase aM f stock traILer had a 1bnix d perience while MtrontM Wtls f r placeWadneaday mqrJdIC W Mi e rechedPri os t ew road about half aiHf Mr J J haMwthattbt fiMMft Tbvbut hejid klr i would be a hizarito a MMUMi inK to croM it WW ajptptjife he middle of UM MrMa V current heMs to jrtc wly ftiTTJr is buggy down tiw ttt Ts vehicle had bM4 ccrriW Vta 1 ew feet whM 5 obirjs5 sjm kindwsaMrsck a4 jen pok tUtbc kib oE owiiirUM J rear wheelsl was torn M TK ia r 1 ourse let UK bi ij irtf nd tkifj swift wsr tiiifcf pvertorjiMlit Mr TfeMMpM JQmp 4 out iimfco tk iNM a 1 succeeded ici exIaetlLiff W horse but iit WM aotwiW IifficoUyTfh t Ibt uif l M saved nbGr WM inii owir the i ctraaoT ami us4c a ater gatfe and it was ausralJ nuteg before it w iMUIy d Mt Tboapaoaws oninjaredi but iht bjfj iri dtiir t WUR comparatively M OM f 1was badly damaJsoa5 i Enterpriw w 1 ft ANUht k iderY KaM iteiworst ni ght rkkr i arc caMm rcrotoa oil or aloci pUh Ti r raWV oIx bed to robya ot ett Ji tiji Wtih I r KingVKewLli FUM bay inever distress or ilace fIiceblC Hlway cleanse tke sy 4 ii cijrfBfft ol4s Headachy CMudnttm Ha ana 25c atHadomli ai tMmi r NRaaJ SinCe theL N1 btoninvillel sad AU i l Jt titersalltei to t1 W z f rftension is to bi Witt lrs Frankfort to V rMlU to ibeet it with the L 1 Vt4 iiy Mi Now cooae tha aeiM U ttM i JSbuthera will ala JIW IdI 1 FraS f J l1UJ SoUl oltaroMiI1IfiII bs hable in the ckf ofiMai Kentacky aid tktr i6tfJv i bly be bailt thw jfar Ex V v rtvV f r A GoUen WfWiv imeans t1aaaId wifi luw lirWr f tto a rood aid age xad toMMpMatlj lhave kept healthy The Wit WIt keep healthy is to ItH that yOIVtr does i1f auty 3ft5 maya jt H if The only way to otkSBall rds Htbiiie tm tht jhMMt iiy take it wheaever y My fftaki r active SOaperbottle r I K r SoldbyRedtrosDeMe rftf ti 2 t 1iiTwo UnhaPPJ Msriuiss rt r71 J MaggieMonoit km IJit fc IM cirdnit ooflrt Mtt fee iuaJI lfrom her huslis Md eiPMorton altef g aIIIUThey were nurUiia this ftwilr iaNoTiaftber iSHi iades W tt chIldronArth1bo1JiisspaM tAfarj Viola of WKMM the MM cuiiody and yyoted ftJe abN onmemt oocwrrtd U mi esdmOre than fiy fMl8 tiwhich t1m the ainMdp 1 fendant hays not litfd n if f til deisiowiflGoria Alleging abMdoiuM f thy Eing hM ie his wik iA CIzie King for dirofce la MM 0r cultconrt They 5rs riiirf decembei 29 18ft flb 4 to J getner until Jn lT fthe petition a cllwi tte i wijMMt JlIut without flt ol pIIWhim They are rs1rM- anioncostyi4r4S el priie f Oi4Ukr 2 I ytprptiy It ic chM T5UItq to use old cvcrjni cJjA ifi r lfFecHn111IIM 1 i ra Information hMi Nud5J5 hire tLt bh M I if tI1 i ih nrltwa i =i ts l BildLae4s i III s t- J iii rw4IW i =1orImsQiMag ==yst b mS asaNiaaTd I i ftlS r d11If NJ5WSLrADR SPJm1 i QPJln JIYi j fit VaS4UDYXY UUELYclljft f imtNs JQSEWMilMy Kditorsss1 Pptihcyrs i T l rI TIU4Z AiiGte si J909 De K craiic ticket t iL Fort twujt TiidJre I H THURAN Sf C wwureaiths Atty X S HILL ft tpr4titajveT4D GRAHAM CUty Jbbge L LITEY Cowity Attorney TS AYES Cowity Clerk m R BOOKER 4 Cr uiIpkBOBTQE torS riitetKfeMtif W BtTSiJaikrGO b ATL AitorW TottlTCHEIJL afSS veyorWG ROBERTS lt1fi1l5e a matter of regret to J Keittttcky people jn general as filas t Mdirectly interest r4 d iiribeJibetp industry to earn ihit tb United States Depart rJMMJtaf Agriculture is seriously jccwMderiiff The matter of quar h Miming Kentucky sheep be t cftM df sc bDr J N Mc Cormick has been inspecting the t tock jarcfe of Louisville iin the f- Jliop of findingl some remedy Hereby the quarantine may be iI arnrted Dr McCormick is en flavoring to5 thoroughly ac JJ Jqini hiulcll with tb inanner t liitigiHeep in the hope olI vbi0 v tt th next neetingof the Stati- Board of Health which will be bud within the next two weeks The sheep industry is one t f Itbe oSgreate v Ouices o wealth in the State and everyone should co bperatwithtate ofcals in an effort tOjitampt out tbe disease M a quarantine would mean the low of millions of dollars to the State ii put into effect If antiaed at all it Would quarr veral years and would perms r 6htly cripple the sheep indus k try Iran those handling sheep will endeavor to stamp out the disease we mayJ yet tie able to i prevent the quarantine i uSDipPoi ted politicians are tsveiit their spleen against those chosen in their stead Disgrace eSgreaiest evils with which the people of Louisville have had t w to cpriteifdji The present adminis Jfratipo ft teems tons has gone further inji the assumption of es1t iJoaisvSlle regardless of politics to give tb e city an honest ad Ioj ministration of its affairs once more The ticket nominated byI I the DenipcratiQ party is we be 1Ithings considered we haye ever secni But a third ticket must be named by those disappointed j efficeseekersj that have al nays interestSjMr Tyler who was honored byf M5the pomination of his party ati the last city electionl for Mayor 1t 4nd led it to a most inglbrious defeat iflCbmpany with biiigL 9wiAaron Kohn offer them delves as champions of fiodesi govcrcBient IL is a matter thatt sttlLn4ias an axiomatic truth that they do Dot expect to win l6ut are onlv endeavoring with their side play to defeat those who have been their lifelong 4riepdifaod lead to defeat the that party has honored them t Governor Yillsoo Monday ap pointed H W Batsonto succeed the late Judge Field as Judge oi 1he Tfiffersoii Circuit Court iiSfi Judge Batspnis the Republics positionait McIntyte T stSI tViewJ visited her da ngljter Mrs SSP J R KeeneMonday- Som Williams Of 1is is at ihehomeQf his father N r john Williamaf 4 i7J Mr jinv Graves pf Terra tI Haute Indiana is vijsltiiig this brother R T Graves l Pul Ke na boughti of Lee f ijfclntire one mule forS75 l Ocar Field purchased of Mr IL IfrtfiaI12I is sigh h Swill 6 Msittingly Of Marion privatejI Il asosephsocialiat Mr Billy Brents Mon djay niti Hessrf Joe and Theo Graves Bitteoded the picnic at St THomas Saturday i Miss Susie Thompson of Ried ni yuckstown Rr5 Qlemenfs last week I jt Miss Josie Mclntire is visitihg- ii lt S riupfield this weekasMiss Nettie OBryan has reij turned home after a weeks visitt the Misses Mcli tire t Mr apt Mrs T F Keene rJI visited in Springfield Sunday asternoOnMr Arvie McIntire Ind sister Miss Florence visited Misses Ruth and Llllie Keen Sunday A Cou h A Cold And then no telling whatunless you use Dr Belis PineTarHonlcy It is th9 best ask your neighbor Look for the Bell on the Bottle Litsey Mrs KateI1IarJlD iis tlie guest ofhQrcmtMr J O11ar- tin She will leave the first of the week for New York City Miss Ella B Cox of Louis Ville and Mr B rKesher of IFort Wcfth rr xasare the guests of Mr and Mrs JIMartin r Miss Mary Lcgan N ale of OovingtOD Ky is the guest f Mrs B L LttsevSMiss Ida Haydon spentjfrom Friday until Monday with Mrsi J Po Willet Mis Jjavenia OConnor and Mrs Alma Vanarsdal visitedi Miss Mayme Donnelyj ofr near Springfield Monday Mr Graves and wife Mr John Kelly and Miss Roxie Ce oil of Fenwick visited Miss Rosie and Annie Kelly Saturday and Sunday gMi8srday with the Misses Willet Miss Ellea Gregory spent Sat urday night wIth Mrs L Ml Gregory Mis Dan Kelly and children r werethe quests of frJ RL Reed a few hys last week Mr Edd Litsey attended the Cbautauqua at Lebanon Sat urday AryinNoe and children IMrt mbas Ohio arer the of Mr SC VanarsdMe Mr Thomas Colvin and wife f Denver Colorado are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs E 1 Colvin Miss Susie Bottoms of Loitis ville is spet ding a few days with MisstucyCo1vinS Mss Jennie Logsdbn and Mr L peeSaturday nighi with Mr J P fTWillet tMit surnedtO Miss Lei Roberts of Spring field Miss Sue and Eleanor ReE dw rtertained their many friends iin t delightful manner on last Fridayevening Bhehihi reaiinvited were unable to Attend which was very much regivtted tby all especially by those on t 9hisOn next Saturday Ihe crouch bas ball team from Woodlawn vlll cross bats with the Lusey team This is said to be one ofI the besttearnsk1in Nelson county and doubtless there will be an excellent game as the Litsey boys are in good condition and will put forth their best effort to win Thareare manyimifationa of DiVi t tCarboljzed Witch Hazel SalveDc Witts Ii the original Be sure you get De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it It Iis good for c t8burJls und bruises and byteedHardins Chapel 1 bjMruf their visitors the Miss H 61 landsee of LouisvilJe was well attended and everybody report ed a most enjoyable evening aMiss May Logsdon spent several days last week wiCh Miss Hattie Logsdon qLula Johnson of your untiIiJf 1Ms1c P te SprhgfIeld ajjlckvIl- ieIicikei Announcements We ar- e1P authorized tpannouncQ to v DEDIAN- a candidate forleprSentaflte itf e Lower House of the JKientucky vLegislaturet subject to the afctjon of feptemberWe are authorized to announce JOHN W GORDON asa candidate for Justice of the Peace inlSpringflela NoS anti Potts le Magisterial Districts subject to the action of the Pemocratic con vedtion August L4 We are authorized to announce J A MEDLEY a candidate for Justice of the Pc Fredi1cstowuI DemocraticI J W WTLLETT IaPeace in Springfield tfb 9 and Frei er ickstown lufristerial district sub ject to the action of Democratic convention August14 We ate authorized to announce JOHN O POLIN as a candidate for Jtsticeof the Peace in Springfield No lOan Kelly SholtMaglsterl11cl18tnct subject to the action of theDemotratic convenc tion August 14 1909 We authorized to announce ELVIN BIRCH as a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Mackvilfe and Heudren thefparty Geography and a Grammar Owner can have same by calling at the Fenwickhome Miss May Logsdon spent the Blatterl part of last week witn Miss Adray Canary Mr and Mrs Abrabam Ca nary spent Saturday and Sun day at Mackville Mr Leonard Fenwicki spent Sunday with Mr Horace Litsey of Texas Rev1 Waller Matherly of Mackville is holding services at this place jrthgood attendance Mt and MrsL Wilt Barker spent last week with J 11 Mayes and family Mrs GWrnwick and chill dren Nina are spending this week atDu ansvilleSiMrs Lde Hiatt and children Alice Earl and RaymondJ ana Miss Noreen nnd Josepherie Hol landsee 1A Cariey spentf3aturdJJYZit The L SItt1EaiIJ liver pills They arc small gentle pleasant easy to take and a t promptly They aresold by Red Cross Drug Qtore Tx s f f i The people of Texas were awake Fl night at two oclock by the cry of fire When it was discovered the store house belongto WiMiara Phillps was on fire The fin hadgained such heaoway tha Vp noihing could be saved Nt W- aartlycover1 by Insurance X The clouds seethed to Open wie od gates Saturday night anJ he rain fel in torrenftf for several hours Qncle Jack Bra dy of color was asleep in his housewhen he was awakened by hs bel being Jilted by water he climed i ito tbe top of the house 411 the corn and to baccb in the bottoms along eech Creek was washed down destroyed TAJlays lost about 10 acres of corn and H J Cocanaugher lost dbout 30 acres corn besides numerous other lossest i ry Peterson gave a fflrscllen = r Epilepsy Fits Jf5SH1ty son Was cured of aYcry1 bad case of cpilcpjy with Dr Miles Nervine MRS D BAKER Cleveland 0 My little daughter who was jiffl feted with St Vitus Danctis now entirely well after taking Dr MilesI Nervine only four months MRSl CG BENNETT Alma Mich r Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance and Spasms are all nerv souscured in BO many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it iii reasonable to conclude that it is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases ofa severe Vm JJCiaiSlCIll U3C Icl3 almost invariably resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times tile cost of the rein- edy The best evidence yOU can get of its merits isi to write tqI those who have usedi it Get a bottle from your dfuggi ti Take it all accordingto directions andjj t It does not benefit he will3 turn your money J Ift tII Frederickstown IIj PICNIC I 11 JI Stttllrdtly1August Hi1 1ILL- The meaibersof Holy Trinity church invite all to their annaUl picnic on the hady grounds surrounding the church at the Btr- fgNumerous Attractions will ratvke it a day of fun of innocent recreation for vou g J Jand old A fine copious dinner Will be served and plenty refreshments offlbe healthy kind illbe at hand Order and qu et will be guaranteed as of foreT years The Best Brass Bd in the Country 61It Besides enjoying a day of fun yoiwi1I i be helpingl a good t cause r j j10 50 in Goldt bringthei i THE COMMITTEE 77T REPORt gF SALES QF Z9PooId Tobacco Tie 5ourHouseJunesupc connec reportsthatanon audit of the accounts and records pertaining to the sales and disbursements of f the proceeds of thud tobacco and his report thereon is as follows WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD CONTROL REPORT Salesof Tobacco rop 106 1680 Hogsheads 1422475 lbs 17619895 Less 11 per cent for Prizing 1537986 tbs1922482 v Insurame4J f 1S0178 Sampling Storage Hreipht and Drayage1606963 J Board of Control Sun Iry Expense account 56802 Interest r 623628 4390058 37DISBURSEMENTSA value7408L23istribution1481727Distribution2963378Distributionpercentummlr 13033942 5I1 per BurteySocietyRescrv 176173 1972- ince makinprhabove report the 7 hhds of Tobacco on hand 96945LessCharges Storage etc10451 11420 85525 Now available fqr final distribution 1052 4 7r 1 L IbsWarehouseu t 41P ys fLoss in shrinkage etc ii t 115 511 Arragc711ercent J 23cAverageAverage selling price out weights per pound t 1225c Average Net price paid Growers per pound 9 13 c Averaged Expense per pound t 2 16 c A subsequent and final distribution will be made whent is ascertained what art of the 1 per cent reserved by th Burley Tobacco Society vill Bel returned to thecdunty HM O WAN Chairman T MILLER C k pOP E Committee f W TMNALLY Secy Jt laNrn party Saturday night in h OIiti r of Miss Bertha Hays A large tiuinber of young folks were present and report a nice time Mr and Mrs IT A Hays are visiting theirbrother George Hay of arion Co this week The Misses Fl rftteand Mary rjoilandsee of XjOuWille are visiting Miss Edna WhWne Ihis week N Several of our farmers nJ hnid ed court at Lebanon Monday Mr H 0 Brady sold a cow to William Murphy for 82 Also a calf to C 0 Durham for Sb f Texas Graded School will open rlStend the coming session Sibcdthe flUID of thp mowing macihine audi1the lonely See and Haw have died away on tthe echoing lulls we bear the rasping voiqeof Jhe katydid and thet loathsonje goods box poli iclayEvcryvotri seems to be either for Lewis or Iliurtonn rI tt v Two in One Dr Bells AntiPain is JlfJth an inter nat and external remedy It is an antiseptic Remjcndy and destroys di ease germs Soki everywhere mt a positive guaranteeJ Ro I flyS entertained 1 their young frilinHs Wpdnfisdav nithc Misses Pearl Hawkins and Mabel Parks returned to their home in Danville FridayafterI a two weeks visit in this and Nelson County Love Settles and Kalberine atJt m tffI Mr and Mrs Hessie Outsi- ngergavethe young foks an ice cream sjupper Friday night All enjoyed the evening ceoday Mrs JoeBodme is onfhe sick list Carne Mattie Hawkins rrOr Hither Liuton were at the home df Mr Jas TrUax Sunday Mr E IC Bishop arid daugh ter Lettie were at the home of pe Goatley Monday HerrrWons In Green grass gmJliif nt this time or the year Is nll1imt Is ncoded text pornrjly torrid hf rseir of vorins If they cntiuote p razed mix a tuble spoonfu or nrIture of equal parts of dried suphateof Iron wilt tinwon of sUlphur und rutnid gentian root in the feed night ahdNmornlnj Jor tLiii days then skin ten UHVS and rcpoat Omit the iron ff for pregnant inures Breeders Gazette ISummer Care ofChic how lng regularity in feeding and frecdont of luje arc vrv Important In rearing vhlck A variw of violesoiuc ted should be supttc regularly If possible thd llock should be kept on vlrgiasoH whore there Is plenty of vegetation and shqde This will supply natural conditions for the birds which will thus bt maintained j iu healthy coiulltloo Cor Amerlcnn AgrIculturIstS Remedy For Bloody Milk k j Give the cow oni pound opsom sal s ue ounce powdered nitrate of potas slum one ounce powdered gentian muwUI1n qunnj of hot water and give ti n cold Put Jn feqd twice n iyn dose bf this pbwder Bicarbonate of soda eiglij ounces bicarbonate oft potassium sIX unces powdered char coal four ounces mix Dose twp tta bIespoonfuICountrY Gentleman 11 Englands Fam Area Of the total hud 1n Eugihnd JO Iwt 101PPII wimi lend Nothing equals Pr Miles AntiPain PIUs for ache neuralgia sciatica etaI J a I 1iIS + i ii = Lx i I t I IItb II- V 1 6- SI i i 7Y The State Univeriity Lexington Kentucky offers the curnaiielyI i g i E1crjsJgmeering Mining Engineering Classical and seven Scientific r cour Eanoscwhithextends over four years and leads ta Bache1os degree also ment of Law and a Department of Education a which last has bn ettJbt h dInsteadot the Normal School Persons who enter this department prepre twadvanced work in pedagogy andare granted a BIchelorsdegree in thautwhen completed The Academy for preparatory instruction i retained H I County appointees receive free tuition privilege ofre idence iin the dorm Jties fuel anc light traveling expenses if they remain ten consecutive months or jone collegiate year laboratories Clmuseum are large k well equipped comprehensive fuA IIIMilitary iinceis fully provided for required by Congress r- IIThegraduatsin the several ours espfsf drteadilyfind eniplo triIreonumeratIon The lottili mber ofmatriculates for last year wn107lwa specialist at its head with the necessary nurnbro-v Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in PattersonHall which is well equipped with alT the modern conveniences bath room haflfor physicalculture at3OO vn Univityare oirItFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information 1regarJingcourses ofstudy and terms ofadmission apply I SIi r iiII Term Begins Sept 9 1909 ar 1 1 HINTS roRYARMRSS 1 Founding the Farm Flock Till small farm llcxk although it be one of thy slih issues of tur farm should be handled witlna view tp glv lug it an opportuniry to yklcl nuixl mum returns CarV should by jtlveii to the selection of parent stuck Well formedi healthy deep milking crcs are UwtQundtlUQI1 rock iI fstfcctMsful Iamb growing A Wi11 bred vtpirous rum of the approved market tyjie Is ludlsperisablel Uo inlyii with war ket demands In quality condition and weight of tile fJuiilis offered Uiakes it necessary that they be well fed for the lamb that Is not fat will not grad as choice or prime It Is furthcruleces sary to castrate tile ram lamb vto he Is a few daylijold The rlmbl haE becomes course and loSes In tlesh wlii his sex instinct develops and hence b strongly dlscrhninntMl against by the market At nil times an effort should be made to keep the tk1hcaltby and freefrpni Internal parasItsIrots or VO Coffey in Illinois Agrlcul turlst FowlsFowls They should have only what they wll eitt up cleat says Western Poultry Jour nfl The dry feeding method how ever allows food to be constantly be tore the stock In hoppers Chxniplo of this method claiju that fowls v not overfeed when dry material IIiconstantly before them for they o of 1tI Only by degrees taking Jthlt dnifts or water to wash down the food Tills we belleve should be alktowed only with dry mash and not with whole or jcracked grain In the latter ease the amount should be limitt ed to an averageof a handful for each fowl In tilepentanti scattered among litter so as to Induce exercising II Black Knot in Plum Trees The best treatment for blicfc UnqCln plum trrl s Ittix lit tin kn fs dur ing the wintorsis iti plnp way down Into the j hfalfhv wood apt paint th mrSIsdlplito in water tWornia urtalit Ii c Unst rs will pacll killed dusting the lriivCstaiobu asthy noticed with pomlercd lUIJobore Ylp arts green IJoth rpnledhs are etua1f but thi htHtbonv fia tle vantiise of ut tHin niatnu us tt or auiuial Uunil New Vprlvr Fcch 2 Mariacjdment tJ mil1ljj IPrul iblv rh ol 4mfK hlltt In lluc uiaimguuiuui is lime to season writes hn Imva farmer In American Agrlcjiltiirkir After a vaui Is chosen UWIIv that lu breeds should not be tts4Htilll uiieyerol Ill or never breed any ta nlJs It does not pay financially us it dpireiscs time sls nnd runs th likihserabby siouli and luerlor uiilniil Time breedlu season will jdu iii Cfotobcr and probably last H Di ju ordhifj tv the Iatnblngaecixixotin Ions Horse dough Remedy Mix Uja powder cquiposeduf powdered chlorate of tlhlhsb i ouuces powdetxHl haboiia live oupces jJ lisattmakaItited sugai one pouiuL PJacc ratable fipooiiful of this In the Old box before tfeeding Ihebtnse aim tm ihe feedaoil top of ii alsovuiit t a mfxture e ammonia one ounce and olive three ounces on the glands of1IIUIII I throat and along the windpipe outil the skin becomes tender a Stockman 2 iI 4 lBlistered Chicks Air Nlstersown show themsclvoH in youhj cliiclfs The skin puffs and soUiusMike u bjadder jf wind fl comes OIl Im abdomen sides and der the winjKttiuI neck i1rIekl ontJJ blisters with aiei dU to let wit t air Add cJirbnnaV lit11llir xmItirxnt with grnnuImtileiqtomd daily In th fHad T litthi iSyd lie rjftn xli priijc JMilly vith iihtit5iir shail tnU wlihlu rttiliWettern ouitry JI ur Mai s Capacjty Limited To t swell tafp jed htmill oVtPtv rapln fed her yet yelhonjhr i mV td sadness In hereyei iMiPn as fII parted timid for Ktnet car she let out it large xiud sonlfuf aljfli Wheu I asked her trouble her answer knocked 11pdoubleHI got so full of tnrtlci that had no pqm for pie Chicago lme j Do You Want To Buy Ij r A FARM tNe can sell you ort amy sizeanyjacatiorianypuce We pre ready at jail times to show you Coitie arid seeus About 7 JQ 10 FARMS J J in our hands See partial list bclow 4V l 0S r Nol 160 acres 5 uiilca frbm LbanQn 5 miles Springfield 9 9Jroom dwelling in good repair 3 barns plenty bf grass plenty ofwater all under good fence Price S5000 per acre No 2 23acres sixmiles E dwelling 2rgO acres of new laud plenty Qf 1gras plenty of never failing natervall ufifder erood fenfei C No3 195acres 1 mile 2dfirm in grasa1Iunder good lence Price 55 per acre Np 4 86 t2 a resl mile east of MackviUe 8 fo6mla v felJiBt 1 good tobacco barn all Outbuildings fine orchard of 5dp trees allkindsi of fwit alt under rood ncJP1enty ctf water plentrof XNofroth5 romp tiwellinjr in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn new Pleat pike r of timber good stock barn all thje farm will rafee tobacco Prf e 345 per acre itNolinfinestockacres of tipadilrilFunder gQod fence no overflow land Pride sap per acre No house1O3tobacco barns line tobacco land JtlEast one afof theJana 1f land Price SiO per acre i NoS 42 acres 1 mile from Springfield onNpike 5rp dwelling in goodrepair gqod barn aU under good fence ple tjr frof frutt ofplenty water Price 2500 N f f TvJr4 No 9 r 150 acres 1 mile from pike on county road Itajfe froiaroom dweilin1 jngoodrepairi tl undergoodfence all tclep1ioneandrura1routeT sq5r p enty tobacco1and Price 83Opracr via rNo 10 DCX acres 3 miles from Springfield close to schoolroom dwelling in gd0d repair tobacco barn 30x64 good stock bar lT iiUnder goodfeuce plenty of locust posts PrIce 360 v v i Lake Bosley i t ttWLt b VTOBN EDELEN IRVINE WIMS ATT e Coppage Cafe Co- INQORPdRATED t NW Corner 7th Market LOUISVILLE iKY jllama Phone 7765 Special Attentloft b fall Order Castwiwcs Mitii M2t f i We make a specialty of tlie following brands f jlattii ly1 Moor Spring 1902 at4 OP SL f Bell of Marion Sprif9O2 ai f4Av 1Eterglade Wathens 1907 at225 1 We also handle Mattingly Ii sjring Moore RolIffljFtrt f and Willow Spring bottled ii tforid Pare i t Apple Brandy and Blackberry Wine 5 iE i3 31iJ 9 J3 J isJtt 3 1J JtJJiItI I rTIl j c our telephone service tfhjch f Ittaod vour Hrigh brs con get for a sum that lssmail corn llamCda iie bcnelits received chill or address our near IIest oiHtV Lie direct to headquarters NashvjlleTenn1 rfur iofoj trtaereeardlnfr our special FARMERS1 LINE1 j rate if v v not at present enjoyiugrteJephdnesef JJSSt vc can Itru jtelvinterestyotu Ourlines e theStates jmt II CUMBERLAND PHONE TELEGiPE tOMPANY ttt Incoroprated SStE5 sEt eEEEEE E E ff ffFE f fF5fiM a ALBANIaBUSINESS COLLIGfe NEW ALBANY INMANA MAINTAINS WELL EpVlPfM DORMlTOHY Beautiful iocatibfl ysweqipM4 Bwlf yA Iov4demandS1ioiiEnglishFotyI1Ithyear4 S ii r Jft D UinWernalFor l j A1 r ADRR 1pCNT GT DENTISTI I ii5S tEETHEX1RA TEQ r tTHOUT t PAiN It 4ceHaa ku tars BPRINGPIE1JD KY I111D t BjrltcllI 1 Work Strictly r J in JlJ Cin1 ur IfP YjrJO1fl aid Sirgeonr t 0JEcl hour i F i1t2pmOlipM over Hiydoixs Drugstore k tIJLdmptoni M D Office ifl Oteri flu e4 i e LOft1ctPkiiNo 8 v Residence Ne 3pjjol t lWJ F GRIGS BY TORNEY AT LAW Oe Ovetfqop1esBnk BPRINQFIBLD KY cL r i IIrr fDtvIiW HYATT y v0ffic over Red Cross Drug Tstoje Offlce iours Hyatt 1030 jjiV w12 m 4to5 pm IOWNYMAYESUI- IERllL i uiCTO8bI SAND UCESED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE D19aNIG11TT4 g SPRMFELB KY Railroad Schedule tIL Following is the time schedule j now iVeffect on ti e Bardstown land Springfield branch railroad I Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at k t Juuctiofitr arrives at Springfield 655 p m I tNo 42 Leaves Springfield at t 600ja mj Bardstown 645 a m t Bardton Junction 730 a m j ariyes Louisville 8 20 a m f No 43 Leaves Louisville at 785am Bardstown Junction j910 a m Bardstown 1045 a m arrives at Springfield 1215 p m f ANo 44 Leaves Springfield at Pmrff Bardstowii Junction 410 jp mr 8rr itLouisville 545 p iijJoNo90 undays only Leaves i I Jirlngtield 715a m Bardst6wnr 800 am Bardstown Junction L 845 am arriyes at Louisville p9l35am r i No 91 Sundays only Leaves E6uviIlettt 600 p m Bards i tbjrn Jonctioh 645 p uij Bards tiwnfi3Oprn arrives at Springfield at825pm t t Couldnt Turn It 4 The eye o little Willies teacher vas Asadiuid sorry for nol rtthstandlnj- that he was her favorite pupil he stoml Before her convicted of the hclnouH r charge of n theft of candy from a reoI low pupil It was a Orst offense how cver arid she ltd not desire to Tnfllc corpora punishment A moral lecture 8hetbouKht would fit the rare r cRear in mind Willie she conclud edt1itt hose temptations can he Tc- Blstejaif determination la usc d Al hvays turn a dpaf ear to temptation Little WIlllOs Up trembled gjnlrgotJ Ja j tAt jn froth Jv woman saying that her bus bi 1ul who was about to make him m professional call found constant faut with tnedinner she prepared fHrbl She appealed to the physician for air V Tbe doctor saralhed hjs patient win bad a slight attack of indigestloni anil told him t9 cut out luncheons to ea n thIng but n si Ice of toast furl a Ul of jtea The scbenip worked excpllpnt lyVOf course hubby refunjshoine in tAhe evening cuts every hll1g in lghi t LMotes ItswIfes cooking even bel iertbnri mother used to make Boston Becot3 4 t L Thrifty Aptsman and his wife were trav 1i veftng from Leltb to Londonby bon J When offailbe Yorkshire coast a tfreat storm arose and the vessel had set era narrow escapes from fouriderlngv 56bi nndy moaned his wife Im 01 afeard o deeioj but dinna care ui dee at sea Dinna think odeein yet answeretl Sandy but when ye do yejj better be w drooned at sea than anywhere else j1J An why Sandy asked his wife SrWby2 tekclaimed Sandy Because wouldnal cost sae muckle to bury t1et H Good Advice Young man said the boss come r iWf her und lIstent HP approached r rtf1ih ynte m1 ti mistake for Jft it and go on to the nest job DUI j potter around al day nildlnti a lot ni it4fitJlsblu touches LouisrlHp C rirler lournal KILLTHi COUCH MW CURE THE LUNCS t mBDr Kings MBW Discovery t IFtII tPitex tr MlIUTHltOAlAtt1fLUHTl6UILEIIeV41l1f o xoWZrsYvNDED- J i ivi TOWN Sr = rilLocal Happenings of The Freshest and Latest i i AllAbout Yourself Friends IInd Acquaintances head good rYORSALE40 COLVIN Ky t Jacob Kimberlin sojjdto Frank Montgomery a pair Qfmules for fivk hundred dollars 1 Try a box of National Oats the best ten center onthamar n- etat McElroy Shaderst t- tFE45O stock Wes an lO bucks ODANlEL OBRIEN 1ce always buy your eggs yjng you cash if you prefer Bring them in t McElroy Shader FOR SALE iSmithPremier t Typewriter No 2 brand new neyer used Will sell right n Ji s gox 346 Lebanon Ky School tax for the year 1909 was due July 1stFG C Whartont r Treasurer TFpn RENTTwo nice dellb i ing Chouses and about sijc acres f land and all necessary out- uil4iugs R WCLEMENTS Our lOc li eof enamelwareis selling likeliot cakes idyouf youlslf t hurry eMsElro1Mrs Nannie Leach man has sold her faf m of 142 acres iin the Pleasant Grove neighbor t hood to Mr Kavanaugh Pinks ton for 50 per acre y pVouldmobilefort000 If so seeIT Gratz manager of thjj Springfield and Lebanon auto mobile line ysttn sell that good freezer we were telling you about Let us show it to you Every sale means a satisfied customer McElroy Shader ISTRYEDOn my farm 1tt miles frpm town on the Bloom tied pike 1 black heifer first came on place about July 21st Owner may hayte same by pay ing for pasturage and this ad l vertisement E F Donelley Master Qonjmissioneri MG a Leachman was in Tayjorsville Monday t0 make a sale of a warehduse and lot there belong t ng to the Mq L Searcy estate t Theproperty was purchased by Mr Thomas Cook for 51479 t The Court House is being painted this week This iin provement was beginni g to be needed and when completed theii general appearance of the build ing will be vastly improved The painting is being done by Frank Moore Rev A P FiLleyv of Wpr chester Mass who has been conducting a successfull revival atthe Christian church since July 25 will close this weekl He is a very pleasant aid elo quent speaker Services are conducted every evening at 745 threq conversions are reportedI Refreshments win be served at the Court House Thursday the 12 fromT3 to 10 ocloop m Theproceeds will be used to get furniture for the primary room ot the Springfield Graded School The patronage of the friends and parents T of the school is solicited 7 Earl Gfahjimon and Robert Bottom were arraigned before Judge Litsey Friday the foFiner on the change of breach of the peace and pointing a pistol and the latter on a charge of breach of the peace and carrjinir con cealed a deadly weapon Each was lined one cent and the cosj Oil the breath of peace charge and t1other warren sl were on motion oi Commonwealth dis missed The premium list of the Wash appearsIOn the fourth pag AUust Specials 6 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap Sac 7 bars Lenox Soap 2bc 6 boxes Matc1es25o Fruit Jars pints 50cT Fruit Jars quarts 60c Fruit Jars l2s7c JMcElrby Shader t TOPICSfl of this iissue It will 1be observed that the premiums are liberial and sufficient to induce owners of the best stock to bring them to the Fair The first day will be ladies day and all ladies will be admitted free Tbe second day Will be school child rens day which fails to be a crowded day The managers have arranged o have many attractions on the ground Mr W R Selecraan hasp chased the Barber Shop of Mr Raymond Nally on Main Street Mr Nally will conduct it as before YPruit Acid Jar Gaps and Rub ers Paratine Wax Fruit Tars and every thmgt needed for caning and preserving at Me El roy Shader theFIcCllIwan received by the county A vote was taken on the question as to buung iron or wooden joists for the- ridge at the Keene ford LiThe majority voted for jjoistsi of iron The Aiicetqn camp meeting begins Aug 6th and continues ten days ev J Ml Taylor ofIKnoxville T nn with the1ospelgather annually at this camp J Ji Dickey s Messrs Joe Bishop Richard Boblitt and Chas Camden have purchased from the WashingtonI ounty Warehouse Company s plat of land near their yare lipuse below town on the Bards town pike These enterprising citizens will erect a large tobacco warehouse on the site They have been to Lexington to seet sometbiq as to the plan of the buildingi The large crowd from here attended the Proctor Knott Chautauqua on last Saturday evening had to prolong their stay to an extent which was doubtless more than to their liking The htavyrajn of that day continued up until a late hour in the night The creek t the entrance to the grovuids was past fording for several hours and the large crowd had to entertain themselves as best they could until nearly morning when they word abte to cross the creek Mr and MrsDavid R Litsey entertained a few friends m a delightful manner Tuesday een ing in honor of MisS Mae Belle Gibbs Tliose present were Misses Mae fBelle Gibbs Fannie McElroy Annie McElroy Eu nice ONan Ellen Gregory Lydia McElroy Mabel Williams and Matilda Brown of Bards town MessrsLO McCarty Evan Hagan Powell Bouiware W H Wharton Robert M yes John S McElroy Mix Barber andFinleyScuggs jj Quick Settlement The barn of Mr EJ3 Mayes Jr which was destroyed by fire on last Friday morning was in sure with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company On Tues day through Mr Henry W Mor rison Special Adjuster for the company the loss was paid iin full without any discount al though all fire companies have sixty days to pay in The Hart i fi0 Jiti Teeth exi tracted without PAIN or DANGER No charges t iaAUL WORK in this office is first IIDone respect and just c1asff i fYSTiLlABDDDS S t Springfield y fora by its liberality in settle nients and promptness in pay meats has forged ahead and today is the strongest and writes more insurarce than auy othei company m the United States Itis locally presented by John L McElrov with office in the First NatiotialBankl building JPJ Messrs Joe Wycoff and Walter I Hume of Mackville were in town Sunday i The oHJDwing people are at Tatham this week Misses Josie Lee Mattie MoGUli HaHie Ole mtrnbs JjizJie Waters Lydia McElroy JuliaJParrdtt and Mrs Lulie Kellv Richard Kelly and wife Mrs Monroe Cecil Mrs Pat Kelly Spalding Clements Mrs WF Grigsby E 0IKelly and tyrs T P OBrien and son Lawrence d j Miss Margaret Green oftt Louisville is tbe guest of rela tives here Miss Eddie Shader has return ed from Bowling Green andt Jplasg w where she spent her vacation IMisR Nandce Simms spent days in Lepanpn last weik Miss Sadie Parrott has accepted a posith4n with Cunning ham Duncan as i bookkeeperh Miss Fanny mith is in Bloom fieid this week Mr Hood Cunningham was 1inMr John I McElroy was in Loui7ille Tuesday rMisstqrned home after a yisitto her tsiterMr H M Grundy was iiJ Louisville Monday on b sin tMrs Jesse Rapier of Bar tOwn is the guest of her parenis Mr and Mrs CL Price + Mrs J Y Mayes is at Tatham a Springs this week Miss Ellen Simms of this place and Miss Margaret Ede len of Birmingham Ala is f visiting Miss dladys Walker at her beautiful country home Mrs A G Noe of Columbus Ohio is visi ngher parents Mr and Mrs S C Vanarsdale this week j js t Miss Fjaunie Smith has re turned frdin a visit to friends in Lebanon r Miss Sue Duncan and Jennie Leacbihan have returned from aJ trip to Kansas Miss Susie Murajitajbf Louis yule is visiting MrsW E Selecman J Miss Catharine SpaldUig has returned from a weeks visit to fiends atMaud Miss Fanny Wall hasreturned from a trip to Rome City lad and other nor parts Miss Marie Kuhn of Nashville Tenn is visiting Miss Fanny Wall Miss Mattie Thompson of Louisville is visiting her par enjs Mr and Mrs RDThompson Mrs T A Spalding of Take Auiomoli1e11 tTO Proctor Knott Chautaugua LEBANON f r Beginning Wednesday July 23 and continuing until Au gust 7 a SPECIAL RATE of 100 the round trip 75p for children under 12 will be effective on SPECIAL OAR lleaving each day as follows Leaye Springfield Leaves Lebanon 745 am VlSum lOf2aI I 1230 pmIi3OOpfl3pr4aOpIn 630pm- 745pm fQaO pm Tickets are good returning any ayio and including August Zthe last day of the Chautauqua Regular car att regular rates leaves on regular schedule 7 Bardsbjwn iis visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Haydon Mr and Mrs R2 E Foster are at Tatham tills week J Mrs Duncan and Mrs Alenr of Bloomfleldj vjs Ud here Mon daty berJJiriofweek end with Mr and Mrs R LjPurdom Nat C Campbell is at home af eralendavs visiti with his brother W S Campbell of Huntsville Mo MrsjNellie III K Thurman of Huntsville Alaanq daughters Miry Logan Neale ofCovlngr ton are the guestsof Mr and MrsBL Litsey TMis Mabel Williams has returned from a visit to friends and ijetatives at Bardstown and Ijrederickstown Miks Mary Brown of Louis ville spent tier vdbatioiiwith t tlHer sisters Lucy Jand Veola Miss Lizzie Kickead of Miss issippiis visiting Miss Sue Knott Miss Qortrudjj Tjhader spent Saturday and Sunday in Lebanon the guest of Mrs John Clements t Miss Kate Mayes MsJ Fred qampbeUle SpringsjMissesMary H yI a yisit to friends m Bardstown IMisses Nannie and Marie Smith of Bear Wallow arevisi ting their grandparents M and sW C Mudd MrC A Weissenberger and family o Louisville are therguests Of relatives here Mrs Weiseriberger before her mar riage was Miss Aleen Clementsg Miss Catharine Thonroson is t8 ill with typhod fever at her ome near town J sMissisville theguest ofx relatives here Mr George Edelen Jt1 of Indjanapolts Indiana is at home a few days Miss Eddie Shader has re- urne1 jf om a trip to Glasgow Mr W R Sal man and Miss rgmia Royalty spent Sunday with the family ofMrT D Graham at Sharps le Mr and Mrs J I Royalty are t Sharpsville this week The many friendsiof Mrs J Po Edelen who has been at St i Josephs Infirmary in LouisVille for two weeks where she qnder went an operation for gall stones will be glad to learn that she was able to return home Tuesday Miss Clauda Riles is visiting friends in town this week i Mrs Lon Bordors is visiting in Lebanon this week Miss Margaret B McElroy of Kansas City Mo is visiting her grandparent Mr land Mrs 4IC McElroy Miss Mary Lee Simms has resumed her worK atGJrundy Mcintires after a tbreo weeks v vacation f Educational Meeting The teachers of Educational Division No 3 will hold a meet ing at Rbckbridge Saturday August 14 at 1 pm The fol towing program has been arranged r fif Importance of Tralnkif WJ Sweeney Educational Value MiSs Euima Hiatt jTeacherslnlluence Miss Nora Baker Importance of ri htaim in teaching Miss Gtistava Goodlet Teachers preparation Ed Scott Hov to secure attendance W C Hun ate JMentaLnnd Spiritual Development Miss Maggie Hiatt past Preeiit and Future Kentucky WiuOeld Colvin The New School fcavJ W Bush Relation of Church and School Rev W H AVilliams Does Education Pay Prof G W Colvin This meeting win doubtless be wellattendid as it should bte The people of tIle Rpckhridge neighborhood are always awake to anything that is of public benefit or interest and in the great sduqational movement noW on they will not be found play J lug a laggards part as thpy eater into everything with zeali and do nothing by halves r I r By cry Body Satisfied Who baS tried JJr Bells PindTaf Honey for coughs colds laurippCOr any throat or bronchial trouble Get a Bottle today Sold everywhere Look orhe Bell on the Bottle r JTTTT TiTii- I Eer I i 1 l 1c ICLEAHANCE1ALEtf1c C L E t i i i Z IREGARDLESSOFCOST A e entIIdt I J Ladies Muslin Underwear II Cos- tI Ladies Lingerie Waists at Bargain prIces V I Dollar Corsets for 59c r Silk Jand Satihe Petticoats i at cost 398 Wrappers I r j rwe cant mention all Bargains here we would like for you s look through c IIAs r I The RobertsonClaybrookff1 Go S If iiiiii y yFineFarlll For Sale Ono hundred and thii yfive acres of good farming lland 8 miles from Sprmgtield and miles from WiUisburg on rural route most all in grass two ood new houses one cgjltairiing rooms good stock barn six acre tobacco barn two orchards plenty locust posts and plenty tock water fifty acres good tobacco land premises alt in good repair and in high state O cultivation good neighborhood and situated close in fIe church and school For further particulars apply to jr1 JA COULTER SpringfieldKyIII l WasHingtou Circuit Court Ky Mrs JennIe Searcy admx dtc irIvs Equity John Searcy et J7 DeftsI By virtue of a Jlidfjment andorder of sale qf the Washington Circuit Court reodered at the May term 1909 in the above styled cause I shall proj ceed to offer for sale at the Court House door jn Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST Z3 1909 at2ipclock pm or thereabout bffingC county court day tojie highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 andli months the folIo- ing described property to wit A house and ltat situated on the Sprintieldginning at corner to Christian Ch n lot in Main Street at a point in inner edge of the pavement 77 rchtfrom the corner of Main and t Streets thence with the said lot and at right angles with Street and parallel with Walnnt Street 201 feet to an alley thence Easterly with said alley 86 feet to corner to Mrs Lizzie P Lewis and John W Lewis property thence with Lewis line at right angles with saW alley 201 feet to Lewis corner at the inner edge of the jtayement on Main street thencelwestwardly with Main Street to the beginning And bein same property conveyed to M 14Searcf by S lJ Thotnpson and wife by deed of date lberl1th 1901 and recorded in the oitice ot the clerk of the Washington county court in Deed Book 48 page 146 For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or surefeiesj must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the fqrce and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prii pared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C V7 C C rtTHESAWMIIkLSBOOKST- hey Needed Not an Auditor but a Mathematical Ccrpsn e t Biffkins froze ue with a stare I rememlMr lu wenlJn calmly ignor- Ing my Interruption one time when I 11mUIIn the infernal regions the same belli a quarter of a mile away straight down Tho Burned simpleton tluy seht down to Niigter Wool settlement after me had so murb business With a lette dialer ilint In forgot to tell me to yet soma njllcisxipplliS so when we gut to camp i found that the prlmjpal equipment ofmy palatlrtl H by S bust ness apartment conalstfd of three lum 1ber crayous sllglmtlystlOP wOru and a last years hlmauac got sopip smooth pine boards and kept my books on them with chalk eIIOVbdk1 H workL asked filter I estcd in iplte of myself Like a charm grinned Biffkins until the foreman of gang I got on a drunk one night an siepl in the office an used up fourteen pages of the general ledger for kindlhV ood the uext mornln JThe comimny sent Up an auditor to check over mj books but he went back plumb disgusted Told em they didnt need an auditor what they wanted was acartientjir who Vas handy at figgcrs An tudt reminds me Bookkeeper i ealdllDOCThere never was a o iy bring ItS4 wji opportunity for cjolng goOd tharnever couIufEavc been don heforo mid qevor can bo gnliiw B Riirlelgb i Ladies Tailored fash Suits worth double Kimonas and atI c 1t COSt Special prices on TaMe Lin Napkins andTw kr t Bargain price in Wkk f j Goods Lawns I toVcfWi C + INCORPORATED j i 6 3 l IIII k9S DRINK rAF f o O FM im + i l f fJ The r DrinK thbit helps Y Q Ih1 flIti ljitThe Drinkof tIre Fll s1oRic Ji Red and Brac t t IItLooks Goods V Fan Taz It Tastes Good jIt Is Good i ITAKr TAZ The Pennant Winner j Ifi 4- FA1 11 11 TAz The Hit of the Season F5TRY IT lD FIOUT I f Its Sparkling Exhilarating at r I Katie Ijertlein BrosIi f JOBLESS SODA FOUNTAINt4I 1 tW 1 H J H v H 1 1798 Transylvania University t09i ii Continuing l7fltUCKY University i 8rf The college of Liberal Arts coeducationi Emil J Ii toh Colleges for Women und the Qollege of Law J i t Three campuses embraces 23 acres y Thirteen buildings witbraoderateqnidm ut X tfllA Faculty of 56 chosen from the bestunivtrsitiii i J t America and Europe W Wi lStandardized elective curses dleadingi to thdirui BJ W 0 fA BB SA MandLtiB il4 Sv Z New Science Building recently erected at i cbsi il Y r 60000 f h v V If Stu ntknow in attendance from 25 itatst iM S A tf foreigncouJttiesti fJ X rMQrdl influences pnltural enironme4 t scbolsrly ff ideals reasonable expenses X The session beginsS ept 131So9 Wxiui foeMt logue ftoday i oJ L J RICHARD HENRY CRQSS LDfA MvFi 1 PfWpi i LexingIoe Ky r ji4 tl s IT 1 EYES PESTEJJ 11Et jL j I Bd M Russell JEWELER AND XDfKniCl I NjT i 5kf AY Ital P ntjThe moat delicate part of axabj thiIia its bowels V17aUWeat ft suffers with attacks the bbweJsJ a so endapgeriog In most c iesStS lifeof the Infaut f Gees5Y Elixir Cures diarrhoera aYaemtaj ind all dertingement of theft t U cjg 0r bo wds Sold by Rfcd Cto J r f itore 1TOL s1tW1TirALS- Ur 1 Prrni UIII ens ftand i rain Itsiw t BQtDldem l ter f dfl3r bIalot svtrj ft I sp ifr1 bottk f Dr s da 2 JGse1 lot aull t gtersIly IIfdaS i1tda1l T4I1tuu 1 IplIi f So Yw7r c IDS r rtei4t Eiy W br t i yiitI 83M k WrJ j Iv PREMIUM LIST WTtfl CIIIIy FirAc i I4o if k tJ JfiJlJt 1piId AKrMt 25l 2 272- rTf tr t tff prp V FIRST DAY Y jiO CLASS A HANDWORK 17 rf AMarticfei akawm in thk ckss nmst he owned by and exhibited in the Ncjv iies the Milrjr thereof and no artichtIit has heretofore taken ai r v U JICfIIIMIII at n exkibtk3 of this Association vjrill be allowed to compete lfx v for any of the yremaimsi of this Class and no article shall be allowed to t ti compete for more than one prize 1 I Mug Carpett not less five yards 1 j j 00 2 INfiilUf Work fl J oo r lIj i= r1i3 in Yarn Work 4 i i 00 4 S dk Oift PaW Vfcvv oo JJI 1I C fcir0iiii Patch Work i r Vr 1 00 i Patch U l 00Wfrttfd Qwlt norU i v ir T Bvtt Sedates of Silk EmbroideryI 00 pj JV Bpit Specimen of Crochet W or krtt nXv si00 j t t Iet 5pcmcn of Crochet Work in Vprsfed 1 oq k it jJ M Bwt JWro4ered Towel i vJJ u t 100 1 i i vii COTTON EMBROIDERY Y jfKi x EmbroiderediitKf 7dt It SWrt Wairf B st 5pecimeil Hand v 1 00 IlkCirtr 12 Dka W I ssthMsixV J 3i00 m C 4 i I1N cibtki ivitioo SfevV SRSfl t iLaeieTat 14a1a4ecarf M Pow i i J j jri i 4 i yii1 i i 100- i00 6- oJpSjS l 17 Jet Sfeciwea of FrenchIEmbroid ryrTl00t J 7 I 18 Bftt Sp cfciie orMt reiiEmbipidcryr ii 100 19 Be t Sftedmel of Hedeba Embroidery g 1 00 l f 11 t Spsciiiwa of WaI4chian Emvery t 1OQ fll Secinen of Hard ger Embroidery j t 100 i L n Beet SfeCHnen of Eyelet Embroidery 100 4 i ijtit Specimen of Shadow Embroidery i 1 00a ii II lest Sfectme of Bierdermaier Embroidery 1100 irz 25 hit S + ea of Drawn Work v 100 I tijf M HanJiQmHt Embroidered BedSpread t l 00 Yorkmanshipjf ic coM4erdii 1 00 fr M Best Had Made Calico Dress style iirid workmanship con It a slired Jvr 100 1L iii i 2f HauBjjOTjjest Embroidered Laundry BagJ I 100 l1 S LACE WQRIt i 36 Irish Point Lace xivi 1 00 ij 31 1iduuberg Lace JT i rfil 1 00 aJ Knitted Lace vAvl 2 Lv vvl00 f V 33 POHK I eriX V V 100 34 jrish Crochet Vvl 11 ii MISCELLANEOUS r J ritted CouiBterpanej t JvVijl 00 j J t T H Crocket Cowtcrpane r 100 P 37 2air kittens Sillc or Woolen tAj i 00 Jff Handsomest Pin Cushion JtVii 1 00 r lfc 3 Handsomest Afghan In Zephyri i 1 00 ti 40 Dfeflay of Tissue Paper Work v JV 100 1 41 Fancy AM m for Lady ve JJl 00 J 42 Prettiest Dressed Doll li j 100 CLASS l OWERst JI54 43 Hand Boaquet vvvr 100 wf 44 Display of Cut Flowers v iSv 1 oo O 45 Bo quetof ROSeS l 1 00 y 4 41 Prettiest HanfincBaskct A t 1 00 Srv 47 Largest Sunflower Head i 00 V j A CLASS C PAINTING I 7 AH articles shown in this Class must be hand work and exhibited by vVft the Hit whosewdrk it is and no that has heretofore taken a JKCmiim at this Association will be articledit compete for any prize in fcji this CLs 4 48 Portraft in Oil V 7 100 4 Landscane iin Oil vliA i 7 100 4I1owers in Oil v iiili7 f 190 7 51 Portrait In Water jColors iVw llli1ivV 1 00 r IV 52 Animals in Water Colors 100 43 tW in Orayon Work A rvyv 1 00 1 54 iest Free Hand Drawing i I 00 r 45 lest Pastel Work vw 100 t54 OaeHalf Dozen Plates T i i 0- 57 OnejTalf Dozen Cups and Saucers V 1 00 51 Hka so est Specimen of Painting in China 1QO wiff 69 Hand Fainted Plague y J 100 0 1 H Hand Painted Picture Frame t l 100- ilct j J Haid Painted MiniatureiI oo y i S2 Tapestry PaMting vV 1 00 V 13 Burnt Work ia Wood 1 00 V 64 Pen Wd Ink Sketch Work u 100 L JJ CLASS D FRJJJTS AND MECONS ETC Frj AM articles exhibited in this CIass must be exhibited in the nameof it the rower tJ1X 5 nest Collection fof Apples not less than four varietiesr 100 I Best Plate of Ben DavIs not less than six U00 V 1I Best Plate of Wine Sap not less than ix100 Best Plate of Maiden Blush not less than six 100J I M Jest Plate of Eating Apples not mentioned above r 00 i jj 70 Best Collection of Pears 100 inl Best Plate of Bartlett Pears not less than six 100 t 4L 72 Best Plate of Scckel Pears not less than six100 t y Vf t f Best Plate of Pears not mentioned above 100 U iJ 74 Best Pjate of Peaches cling stone 100 tp 1 75 Best Plate of Grapes grown bx one person 1 00 S i 1 Best Plate of O cord Grap S 100 j 77 Best Plate of lyes Seedling Grapes i 00 i r M IrJS Best Plate of Worsen Grapes v 100 1 ft 79 Best Plate of Martha Grapes 100 Mp X W Best P teofDewareGrapes 1 00 81 Jest Plate of Grapes of any varietynot mentioned above r00 82 Best Collection of Plums 100 f jJt 83 Best Display of Fruits grown by one person 1 00 100rzt I 1 r s5iest Muskmelon 1 00 4 f M Best Cantaloupe l i 100 r i ii 87 Largest Pumpkin T i t i 100 c vi 41 CLASS E FAMiLY PRODUCE 4 AU articles exhibited in this C1 ss must be shownby the producer J Vi 88 Butter one pound f I r 100 Q7 89 Speciallreinium by D R Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin S Roller Mill Best Loaf of Light Bread made frqm Ken U L ckyStar Flour U ioo I J90tSjKclal Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin Roller Mills Best Fruit Caku 100 V 91 Special Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin TV Roller Mill Best White Lady Cake 100 4c9Spedal Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin titI s koller Mill Best White Sponge Cake4 1 oo 93 Special Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin j Roller illBest Angel Food CakeI 00 aF vC Cararacl Cake1V lf jocoanutCake 1 00 1 Ckocolatc Cake ri 100 jf RiboCakei1 00 11 r C LichtBread vVJ t 1 00 Bread vji ir r 100 fj5MadeCh ese VV too t da i frrv ioo A t 10 1icttktlJ aten9 Jw t Vrvli 1 00 on eMat adyJ 100 i It 104 Best Haii cooked j iw 100tJ l S telJl1JiCM peacltesj 7 i 00 Mi pBSPjelcIes i 0- 0VL If itf s how p n 100 jA lVi I T Graine lOYestI 1P gv if1ibcrry WineS r W rF 111 rrr fiUi y 100 112 iuIo4Bity tr1 00 VJ f e ji jiiownedby one person 100 19ThtavePissssveiownedbyoneperson 100 IL JsL lpjft iiiiiii m this Class mUst be exhibited by the raiser 1 ii 1 4Ay U SptckJ FrtniiMnV t y Jarboe t Co Prorietorsof Springfield r i IkfItMtweIve ears of White Corn 200 to Jfi T FLkteScod v 300v1 B tw vt Yiw C001 fo First andl00 to wi fy711wSOU4 vi i U 3 00 g LJlf tr t tB yHeatrKo0tO Frst ad 100tjp Second3O rit epBttt Peck tei Q Years Subscription jto the Coujttry GNaNJN- t r t e j L Li c 119 Best Peck of Rye One Years Subscription to tjhe Country tuGentlenzai 18 Best Peck of Clover Seed One Years Subscription to the if 4Country GtHlle alt rhc i121iBestYeckof Orchard Grass Seed One Years Slil iscriptiou to i the Country Gentletwin i v ivl22 Best Peck of Timothy Seed One Years Subscription to the Country Gentleman i gJ CLASS GVEGETAES AND FARM PR DUctS T AH articles exhibited herein must be exhibited by the producer thereof 123 Best Peck of Irish Potatoes1 00 CLASS FGRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS V 124 Best Peck of Sweet Potatoes v i 00 125 Best Peck of Onions One Years Subscription to the Country v GentlemanI 1o126 Best Peck of Turnips One Years Subscription totthe Country t Gentleman 127 Best Peck of Tomatoes r lloo I 128 Best Peck of Beets i 1 Op 129 Best Six Heads of Cabbage L 100 130 Best Display qf Vegetables growhby one person 200 to First 100 to Second l A i CLASS H POULTRY 131 Pair Barred Plymouth Rco k andhen 1 00 132 Pair Barred Plymouth Rocks cockerel and pullet 100 iM33 Pair White Plymouth RpckscockandhA IjiOO 134 Pair White Plymouth Rocks cockerel and pullet 1 00 133 Pair Silver Wyandottes dock and heni00-136 Pair Silver Wyandottes cockerel and pullerJv 7 1 00 137 Pair White Wyandottes cock and hen1 100 138 Pair White Wyandottes cockerel and pullet lOP 139 Pair Light Brahmas cockand hen 1 00 140 Pair Light Brahrfas cockerel and pullet i 1 00 t141 Pair Dark Brahmas cock and hen 1 00 142 Pair Dark Brahmas cockerel and pullet 7 to p00 143 Pair Buff Cochins cock and heni100 144 Pair Buff Cochins cockerel and pullet t 100 145 Pair White Cochins cock and hen 1 00 146 Pair White Cochins cockerel and pullet 1 00 147 Pair Black Minorcas cock and hen Jii 1 00 148 Pair Black Minorcas cockerel arid hen 100 149 Pair White Face Black Spanish cock and hen iL 1 00 150 Pair White Face Black Spanish cockerel and pullet i 00 151 Pair grown Leghorns cock and hen100 152 Pair Brown Leghorns cockerel and pulletsi 1 00 153 Pair White Leghorns cock and hen 100 154 Pair White Leghorns cockerel and pullet n 1 00 155 Pair Buff Leghorns cocks and hen 100 156 Pair Buff Leghorns cockerel and pulletr 100b 157 Pair Buff Orpingtons cock and hen u 1 00 158 Pair Buff Orpingtons cockerel and pullet 100 159 Pair Pit Games cock and hen 100 160 Pair Pit Games cockerel and pullet VL 1 001 161 Pair Rhode Island Reds cock and hen 100v 162 Pair Rhode Island Reds cockerel and pullet 1 Ott 163 Pair Black Langshans tock and hen 100 164 Pair Black Langshans cockerel and pullet ii 1 00 165 Pair Bronze Turkeys jjvvjrj 1 00 I 166 Pair Turkeys of ant other variety i 4 00 167 Pair TouJouseGceseJL 100 168 Pair of any other variety of Geese J00 169 Pair Pekin Ducks l 00 4 170 Pair of any other variety of b ckst 100 EGGS I i 171 Nest of Fifteen Egs100 to First 75c to Second 50c to Third ii 2 25 x MARES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES Consideration Style Form and Action mares Uvd years old aridover to be ridden and driven l 172 Mare four ears old and over 20 bo 173 Mare three years old and under four1560 174 Mare two yearsold and under threeJL10fO175 Mare one yearold and under two IOO lit Mare under one year old1000 BUGGY GELDINGS r Consideration Form Style and Action must He closely matched in gait form and general appearance 177 Special Premium by T C Tatum Grundy Valley Hill 1dealers Farming Implements and Buggies Best Pair of Buggy Geldings 20 00 ROADSTER STALLION Consideration Speed Style and Endurence 178 Special Premium by B D Lake Insurance and Real Estzte Agent Best Roadster Stallion 30 00 v r SECOND DAY r rIv HOGS i Best Boar over one year old The Times daily one year to First 100 to Second 185 Best Berkshire Boar one year oldl and over 400 to First and j S1J to Second 500 186 Best Berkshire Boar under one yeir old 400 to Fjrst and 100 to Secondr Li 500 187 Best Berkshire Sow over one year old 400 to Firit 100 to SeC ndr iv t 500 1188 Best Berkshire Sow under one yearold 400 to First tOO to Second c t 5 00 DURQC JERSEYS 189 Special Premium by the Louisville Times Leo Haydon Agent 190 Best Boar under one year bfd 4 oottto First 100 to Second 5 J 191 Best Sow over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 192 Best Sow under one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 5 00 193 Sow and not less than six pigs aiy breed 400 to First 100 f to econd 5 00 194 Best Herdone male and three females any breed owned by one person 400 to First 200 to Second v 600 SWEEPSTAKES 195 Best Boar any agei any breed 400 to First 100 to Second 5 00 196 Best Sow any age any breed 400 to First 100 to Second 500- i SHEEPI197 Best Buck over oneyear old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 198 Best Buck under one year old 400 to First100 to Second 5 00 y 199 Best Ewe over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 200 Best Eweunder one year old 400 to First J00 to Second 5 V f SVEEPSTAKES 201 Best Buck any age 400 to First 100 to Second 500 202 Best Eweany age 400 to First 100 to Second 5 00 BEST TURNOUT f 203 Best Turnout single hofse harness and vehicle to becpn sidered To be driven by a gentleman accompanied by a 11500ladyi PONY RING 204 Best Turnout pony harness and vehicle to be considered and V to be driven by a child not over fifteen years oId10 00 h BUGGY 1ttARESt ConsideratiQnForm Style and Action Must be closely matched in gait form and general appearance S05 Special Premium by the Red Cross iDrugi Stork Best Pair of Buggy Mares t tti h000 4 CORSES FOR GENERAL PURPQ5ES Consideration Style Form und Actioni horses two years old and Over to be ridden and driven rv206 Stallion four years old and over 2pOOtt207 Stallion three years old and under four 1500 208 Stallion or Gelding two old and under three 10 00 509 Stallion one year old and under two 1000 210 Stallion under one year old1000 SADDLE GELD NGS ConsiderationForm Style and Action Fiv gaited walk trot cauter running walk fox trot 01 slow pace 211 Special Prenmun by John Lily Barber dealer in Hardware and Groceries Best Saddle Gelding four years old and over 20 00 212 Best Saddle Gelding threel years old and under four 15 00 NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS 213 BestS Id1e jNIare Stallion or Gelding owned iin Washington County t WlOOO Rule 2 does not apply to this ring 2i3 Special premium by McElroy Shultz Hardware Stoves etc Best Saddle Mare or Gelding must be shown either docked or cobbed J J5 00 isS IlROADSTER RING tvSpeed Style and Endurance 1 I + S215 Special Premium by Whartori Tapp the Main S reet Livery men Best Roadster Mare or Gelding rVv3b 00 f t feUY THIRD i t Sr1q DAYff i BEEF CATTLEL 216 Bull tw Years old and over = 10 00 217vBull one year old and under two 19 00 i218 Bull under onejycar oldS1 j1 10 cows v 219 Cow two years old overio220 Cow one year old and under two4b i 10 00 221 Cow under one year oldt j u 10 00 = jI J11II TwT 7w Sl- SWEEPSTAKES v 223 Bull any age1000f 223Cowany agekQoo9 o 224 Special Premiumi by McClure Mayes DealerV in Seedss and J Implements Best Herd of Beef Cattle owned bone ji 4person one male and three females i i l 1406- v JERSEY COWS v225 POW one year and over 1000 to First 750 to Second 500 J X itoThird25otoFouijh V25j6o L BABX SHOW 36 Handsomest Girl Baby under bne year old Gocart of value tGi 20 00 SADDLE STALLIONSS hV Five gaits walk trot canter running waIkfoc trot or slow pace 227 Besj and Finest Stallion or Mare two years old and under i pA registeredt in American Saddle Horse Register tta be shonin hand3 ilO 00 228 Special Premium by McElroy If Shader Staple and Fancy Groceries Stallion three yearsoland oyer 25 00 A29 Special Premium by B B Leachmari For the Best Mare or Horse Colt season of 1910 to Noble Denmark 2nd I best season to Chestnut Dare r HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES Consideration Form Style and Action and Pleasant Handling All jSIhorses twoyearsold and over to be driVen 230 Special Premium by the International Harvester Company of Louisville Mire four years old and over 25 00 231 Mare three year old andunder four 20 do 232 Mare two years old and wider three t 10 00 f233 Lare one year old and under two v iQ 00 234 Mare under one year oldl V 10 00 r HARNESS GELDINGSv CpnsiderationrTo be judged by the gait conformation and style of v goingS i 235 Special Prcniium by Boblitt Bishop Liverymen Gelding four years old and over j r20 00 236 Gelding three years old and under four S5 00 236J4 Special Premium by L D Baker Fortthe Best Mareor ri Horse Colt stred by Red Bird season of 1910 R CKAWAY RING Consideration Conformation Style Action and General Ability tof draw weight stand quietly and back readily 237 Special Premium by Haydon Robertson Druggistss Best Mare or Gelding 1000 MARE AND COLT j Fifty per centQeach bothto be shown in hand j l238 SpecialPrcmium by Marks Green Lumber Dealers Ber i Mare and Colt foal of 1909 r lT10 00 COMBINED RING j vv ConsidrationForm Style Action and Pleasant Handling to be ridden and driven 50 per cent in harness 50 per cent under saddle 239 Special Premium by RobertsonClaybrooke Co Dealers in Dry Goods Clothing etc Bestt Stallion MaTe or Gelding FOURTH DAY t i J II JACKSS birthIS 500 to Secondi500- 24ti Jack three years old and under four 1000 to First 500toS Sec nd h J 5q 242 Jack two years old and under three 900 to First 300 to to Secondi 12 00 243 Jack one year old and under twos 500 to First 250 to Second i 244 Jackunder one year oldl t + 500 245 Jennet three years old and over 10 00 246 Jennet two years old and under three H i 10 00 247 Jennet one year old and under two 500 to First 250 to l Secondn f3yviy7 50 248 Jennet under one year old1 500 249 Best Jennet and Jack Colt 500 to First 250 to SecpndV1 j7 50 250 Best J nnet and Jennet Colt 500 to First 25Q ioS ond5QSVEEPSTAKES SS 25hJackny agevjil 00 252 Jennet any ag1 VJ 10 00 MULES 55 f253 Horse Mule three years old and over J 10 00 254 Horse Mule two years old tsid upder three t 1000 255 Horse Mule one year old and under tVol utiVsi H 10 256 Horse Alule under one year oldiooo-237 Mare Mole tfirce years old and over H 10 00 258 Mare Mule two years old and under three 10 00 259 Mare mule one year old and under two I1 10 00 260 Mare Mule under one year old 1 Jlc V 40 00 SWEEPSTAKES i 261 Horse Mule any age H I vvlO 00 262 Mare Mule any age- 10 00 263 Mare and Mulfe Colt 10 00 264 Best Pair ot Mules three years old and over eIther sex shown to halter 1500 265 Best Pair of Mules two years old and under shown to halter 15 00 266 Special Premium by L D Baker Frff the Best Colt sired by his Jack Bill Goebel the season of 1910 267 Handsomest Boy Bay under one year old Gocar t value 20 00 PONY RIG 268 Best Shetland Mare and Colt v iqOQ SADDLE RING CohsidcrationrForhi Style and Action Five gaits walk trot canter running walk fox trot or slow pace 263 Best Saddle Stallion tyare or Gelding 50 per cent toFirst 35 per cent to Second 15 percent to Third t I 50 00 Rule 2 does not apply to this ring f HARNESS PUPOSES 7 ConsideratioiiStylc Form anp Action i s 264 Stallion four years old and over t v1 20 00S 265 Stallion three years old and under four u 1500 I 266 Stallion or Gelding two years old and under threci 10 ob I 267 Stallion orie year old and under two t 10 00I268 Stallion under one year old 10 00 269 Best Sta1lin and three or more qf his get stalliOn considered 50 cent 10as per v Rule 2 does not apply to this ring BEST TURNOUT 270 Best Turnout double horses Harness and vehicle to he con sidered To be driven by a gentleman accompanied by a tj ladx Vi 13 00 l 5000 to First 3500 to Second 1500 to1liird10000- V PONY RING 271 Best Pairxbfi Shetland Mares Geldings or Stallions Jo be Sshown tto harness 10 00 COMBINED RING To bo ridden and driven 50 per cent in harness 50 per cent under sa1dleI 7 272 Mare or GeldingS h 2000 ROADSTER RING ConsldeadnSpeed and Endurance 50 ocr cent manners conx formation gait and style of going 50 per cent 273 Special Premium by Cunningham Duncan Co Dciilers iii Dry Goods Clothing etc Best Stallion Mare or Gelding to 5000 toThst35oQto Second 1500 to Third V 100 00 t RADDLE RING 5Sr Five gaits walk trot canter running walkl fox trot or slow pace 274 Marc three years old or over j 25 00 DOUBLE TEAM r Conformation gait and general appearance to be considered v1 t275 Special Premium by Grundy Mcintyre Dealers in Dry Goods Clothing etc Best Double Team regardless of tcolor sex or ownership 2500 to Frt 1500 tto 1age 1000 to Third V i fj50 0 f JIllr I When You TMSOf the paiR which many women experience with every month it makes the gentleness and kindness always assocf ated with womanhood seetobc almost a miracle While ia general womaa rebels against what she IC prcH u a natural necessity there is no woman whQ would BOt gladly be free from this recurring period of pain Dr Pierces Fmrerlte Prescrlrtlqm makes weak werneR tret mmtl sick women well and jives them freelem from pals itetaMhereAmlarltyubduelKtlam matlea Meal gleeratlem and cares fe a Jr Sick woAica are Imvited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free AU correspondence strictly ppvate and sacredly oadetialoWrits without fearnd without fee to Worlds Dispensary Med IcAsiocatIoa R V Pierce M D President Buia1o NY If waat a book that tells all about womani disease and how to cure thea yos at hose send 21 oneceat stamps to Jr PIerce to pay cost ol mailingl l1 ud be will send yaa a rH oPY of his great thoWlandpage Uastrated Cemmoa Seae Medical Adviserrayiled tiptodate edition in paper covers la hawhomf etothbiadtag 31 stampeSa j TS i d Women Suffer Agoiile8 TSti from Diseasediudneys i And Mot Women Do This Not KnOwlnj it iiJ4Real Cause of their ConditionSThese pOor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire UsuaJltthe JIlsuChder are the organs thatneed and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in pack- groin and limbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervoUSness or hysteria listless neSs and constant tired wornout symptoms1ivqDeWItts Bladder Pills h vein thousands ofcacg remarkablybenefic1al female organism affording the permanentbenefit sai1 Illustration of what these BrayotColumbusvery with kidney trouble and that she Is now weli and that these Pills are what cured hen They are very pleasant to take anydeleterIOusas syrupy alcoholic llquld prep aratlons DeWItt kidney ieYj disease writeithem IJindf f SOLD BY RED UROSS DRUG STORED SL4iv L f t X OHCX HQH O OOQQ fOi S TOOR SAIIE3 ffil t I i Q Q Y 0 91 2s Large and Small Wfieat Corn and I qTobac o Farms level rich and free 7 f ot Qr r from stone Large residences and 9 fiarns good Railroad connections Can acreI 6 i I Iflong timepaymentss i t d JBLKFLS r Bowling Green Ky Of I r OOoQo oooo t i j Womans Enend4ici femaleailments andmorehaw1ittlintensely yoiishould take Wine of dard ian get relief Cardui is safe natural medicine for women TegetabreiStrtarlinntnacts easily on the female organs pd I give StreDgth and tone to the svnole system M uiaThet Yrs VernaWaflace Sanger Tex tried CarduL ie1n1fll IiHOardui has donemore for methan em deSer1be rtIPiDlXwith female inflammation and consulted a doctor o avail I took Oarduj and inside three days Iwu able toamy housework Since fhen my trouble has AT ALT DRTTG AArrrI V r ILSA PERILOUS PERCHI Two NigHts on a Ledge of a Lofty Peak1n the Tyrol S1p the northeastern corner of the Tyrol Is the licsf skoo ground hr Eft rope writes W A BuiUIcGrUbnm Up Trot The rcgfQnUus inaiiy oftt1 peaks whttitiinkc cliiobliig Interest hp aulbor gives one o his adventures oil a peat near the VIf luc KHzbuliel ISiiic uiiiny yearji agoa little qavcuturcj which pave inc au oppOrtunity oftIi mIring the jKnVnd vIew nitber longor than pleasant I out stalking chamois anti hay Ing some unoccupied hoiira InlheniHl the day nMicu Btalklng Is IrpcI tically usefoss as the beasts url rest IjijT thOught I would apcciid of those phiiiitcles ujwn which lit Uw time few bunmn beings rsupiios chad evqr set Jfdor The very last bll smooth faced Sttk not more tbnu twelve feet high but absolutely utioltmbable if unaltlcd by rope or anotlier man upon wbose shouiacrs one coukl gif and jso qbtiiiii a balid grip tlw top ahcl tbustlraw ohcsl1tIAf j was alone r tad nJ cUurso ton short llctpsrilof rope IlIftl- Jlu ruekiuk Jlaklngii slip noose I threw It jpvard cripped some 1 ifUjuiiuu a hrlil fJV uij et up While lcwkhtii s AUeut me ortu tate luijivmnent bCiv reg iwjclt were flanjrl nearer tlavbrlnk as sntaiiisnd thp rope to slip ami fall down to IIIS sinai iedgV ot vbitfh I iitVsfqoUr when lUgjug It upwnrtl Till lnlse or baudl of reek wits ueunft Wiit lily tlrrowI wider tlijyi tlUrty liichiS anil tin rwaUtour5tfliit ttdJ isuiJa srlIous fix to lie lii By Ipttftgiuset- drtp to Iiet IrtTOvinv extended nrm- t1pliti4tr4 r JitutiTBetwef the soles4iI u i 4tiiSktUgsvas iiat wore tbanf sir t r so uothiwl tto pruki f if rUj t a kuhf had h een R luwit i hniljwots feet fult IisuiiijftfM thr e off and h ttlnIJilov IO4tr with Uiy ljont and title 1 wbuuld bve to drop l ojj to shnii njbks Jaref6otcclaHd hencft t would be very apt to lose balance Tli jnoiv cojisldcmi tIll rQ ItIUlf th Imtc funked ihaV dm m dAto iiuVo n long stcirj s ort1i utoyed oil hmrlo two ulgbts untIl the rauruln of the tbirO dLJj before htii ger drove me to risk tfipdrojV which ItlltHn safety iHow got down the remalndcri Of that descent sblnnlug down chlui ueysi and creeping along narrow edges Isn mystery to me nfterivvrardvfor I was faint with liuugcr and kheea frombled juid shook under inc Wien l icaehcd iballrst habitation where I bappeiVed to be known the peasant woman at the door hardly recognized ale taA rvLare apt to do V SB C Co Chicago Bit 4 ttl want very man and woman wi have the least suspicion that are afflicted with and der to at once be sent free by return mil jkxrti i J 1 paid Do it today Cf St v a i Jof Iwas hitno of of vf of was was of one was of my tin nij uu Lot not oil my my tb tay r May Ctiangs Data of BoatiRace v V 1A change will likely bextnntle iiest 1 year it the slnteoftTu iiiiriuuireittt betw en Ynjeaiud flaivjhrtlCOflIsQ mencemeiir at Yale wfllJa b6Jdnr rbf i wee1 earlier than usualIItxtycar ii1 the Growing authorities otnleauil THarvard will meet nextfajl fojIdefihl upon nn apprdpriate Into for tbejn gatta Because the reunioti classoY 4 plan to wind Up their TisIt taX W Haven by a trip fovNew roudVtf Yale vhII not want to hny tile neczislunSct too far away toni cqmiueuctdiit It Isundcrstodd that to b Id tlietrcgat ja as has Wen the custom on iflie Thursday of the Yale coimRejveeriiont week will Interfere with the projcjuu nt Harvard i tBrood Mare Flair BringsfQ03a Thin sensaUhJial prfce o f SpOQQW s i paid recently at Tattersalls NeWmir s ket Londadf Or the faroOdniarefElaln property of tbe late JfrjiauieI Coiiper The previous jjecor jJce for IIItreSIJ ts SU2O0 drLn w555WTim Cause of Many Sudden DhThere is a disease prevailing in tkM cbnntrymdstdangcrons becausesodcep i five rawysid4 deaths re caused xbySease iwiuiKMna heart failure or j r apoplexy are often the result of Hd4 lfkidneyII v JL allpwedtoadvance ed Woodi will at tack the vital organs causiag catarrh 61 the bladder brick iust pr sedimtii ia the urine head at he back ache lame back dizziness sleepleggwss aeryo fr Hess or the kidneys thenuelrM break down and wdstc away cell by ceJl Bladder troubles almost aIwyseiik from a derangement of the kkliseys 4 better health in that organ j jSquickestby proper treatnwet of tti ki neys SwampReot corrects iabilitytsboldurincand scaldipgpaiiiis tgit ai overcomes that unpleaaaatSof being compelled to go often Uina tile day and to get up many tian the night Theiuildmndimw SwampRoot rtlie great kid r is soon realized ItStands tebIbieScause of its remarkable health j properties A trial will connectSSvampJlootisplea ttit to sold by all draggiate in ft J puedolarsize bottles Yoi bays a sample bottle and a book eli about it both sent fr eby Dr Kilmer Co iiinkaaatcs L Y Whenwritinglneution rebg this crous er fit thuspapr Iktany mistake but reiuieaber Sw4JnpRpot and doctlet a dealer jou dmcthiag ill plac SwunpRoot ft you 4o ypu will be disappointed SS