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T f J M j kIENI IIETAfLJSt1ED f I f hJfJ3 lrfc l II 1 4 1w 8ERtES VQL XW NO 33 J t SPRINGFIELD WA HINGtON COUNTY KENTUCKV AUGUST 12 1909 c S 100 PER yfM ttt IMF Il f PRACTICAL TJ DENTISTOffIce over Havdpn arber or 1 lltatwork atreasnable prices tJ 11 wr guranted j SPRINGFIEtJD KY ttif jOIUR DIRECTORY i + r fSLr Wasbiigtdzt County 52 miles south I z icxitigton 59 mites from it jlJtjSmmTT ou Bardstovm branch ol- llSSisYiile jI and Nashville inilroad in VjlfarasiinK1 aDd agricultural dstrict Two Banks telegraph and telephone ilies express office flour mills lumberyards Pop ation 1700 population of CGuntylSjOOO i Representative Congress Hot Ben Johnson Bardstovvn Ky in j prentativein Kentucky Legis A i ke Hon W C McChord keprelcntative in State Seate Hot idl arvisi Cainbellsvlle Kv r Yt4 fr jI t ii ouri ty D1rectoy y CIRCUIT COURTHCircult 5ouri i liowlay In February May and Octo iIlL urman Judge j1 R Durham Commonwealth At 7 rEey 1 Robt A 1oe Clerk I M G XeaVnman faster Commlss Or ier II J He H jQlDrARTERV IjpURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Jfonday in each monthPrBi J itseri JudgeAOUNTY OURT oaoty Cu irt meets on the fourth onday in cch mOuthH4I4i IitseyJudgeAWF Booker County Clerk 1 Tr S Mayes County AttorneyRGeorge Catlett Jailerjj 4 Sidney Oabburne Sheriff L Sam Anderson Dick Isharn Herbert E ldleman Deputiet Ji fid Masters i James F 1rrcJcoiiilyt Surveyor QBffa Asseior iIW T Mitchell Deputy i Robert Noe Treasurer a j fMMontgoniery Coroner lli J lW Bush Buptof Common Sohoola P 0 SprIngfield t r t1 CITY COURT Jaihea R Npe Police Judge JohnGrateIMarshalhW F Grlgsby City Attorney v T UUSTICJECOUKT I jlfnotice Courts are held in January Apri and October 1 rr Church DirectoVy 1 i METHODIST CHURCH Rev G S King Pastors 3cry ices every Suuday 11 am and pm Sunday School every Sunday atlOam Prayer meeinff every Wednesday aghtfI i I i CATHOLIC CHURCH V Rev P Fv Hennessavj Pastor Ser IVJiv ices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m JJServices at St Rose same hours 0 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev R E C Lawson Pastorr Preaching every Sunday at 11 BmIamtndat7 pm Sunday school every Sunday at 10 am Prayer ireetin yeryJThuraday evening at 7 oclicb r BAPTISTCHURCHcRevr VmHarri8onWilliams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at ir am y and v 745 pm Sunday School evenrii 1 Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting Tuesdav eveniugat74Sococ1 k t CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WF Wolf Pastor tr iic2s first and fourth Sunday Sunday t ti i e Fraternal 1 Orders MASONIC LODGE Spriugfleid lodgt I Jib SO j eels first and third Mouday n ach month WashinstonR A Chapter No 5 v t injects every second Tuceda y i Sprill field Council 12 ircelrtn every ourth2tlondayS 1 S HtTE9S Cream g 1NEGUIRlNTEED IORMREMEDY rrl t i TI MEW FAYIRIT- EIs rc r sirtiwsHtCf 9HVC i Cox ioui MOS 4EDR9PRLJGSTpREa f r w T PIE i N EI3f n RJ jJ 7 Irtf j OBSERVATIONS J f i v Poor Man t Poormatil His life is full owes a owa the rugged path he goes fie rises at the break ol day And starts off feeling bly the aridlffay But erhes started on the morn ke finds the cutworms in his corn And in the fieldsof waving heat- H sees the chintz buys gaily eat A man pomes tripping oer the clods And sells himmiles of lightning rods And wfth a pretty fountain pen Resigns a little contractthen- In thirty days thebank says You Must pay your otet its long pastdue Or some smooth politician hi sIUpon the scene and gaily lies f Until the man deluded chump Frames for himself notherJ ump fAtease Beneath tbeshade of leafy trees But juet as he begbstonap- n f agentcomes with county map Or books galore for himto scan And pay for on iinstallment plan Then ere he opes his mouth to speak it Hes stUckayeiirtwo plunks a week He sendsto congress some spmothjjui Who says the tariff is too high And while he dreams of sweet release The fellow votes for big increase studies hare to learn the facts About his state and county tax Tnen totes to get some great relief And finds ne s only added grief le plans to take a little trip And all his chickens tako the pip OrJcholera infests his hogs fleas at ack his favorite dogs te has daughter andtitllast gets her wedding day well pist f And finds instead of losing oiie Hes only gained another son cor man His life is full of ills nd ipecac and dope and pille His Irvine is choked with creaks and aches His course is full of foolish breaks e grows up 1lkea pumpkin vine nd wilts down like a piece of twine- Poor manNQ matter how he jumps es due to get some awful bumps The Commoner Q HORT Cn ipContrary to SIwhatl l was pxpected the tobacco crop in tha count this year promises to be qomnw hat tight Some crops are being cut this week and while it is be eved that the crop willlbe of a fairly good grade the yjeld per acre will not be so large as that of last yea= The continucius wet weather as prevented the proper culti vation of the crop so that a short drV spent will cause it to llfireu badly anctnec essitate the early cutting of it But while the nutnber of ppunds raised will be much Jess than anticipated1 tbe amount realized WJ11 probably be more than if there hid been a large ield Those who halve a crop of tobacco may reasonably expect to receive a good price for itias appearances dq not now indicate that the market will be overcrowdedI I rtt t EMOCR TIC GONVENTION D Thus far the only Magieter rial District in which there promises to be any contestfdi i he Democratic nomination for Magistratei ia that composed of Springfield No 9j and Fred tckiOwn1in this tIre are two iamelyMr John A Medley and Wm Willett oppost ing each other for the nomina tion and as nomination is equiv alerit to election in this District the candidates are doing som live hustling this week each confident of success But while either who wins will have uo large majority and each is using his best efforts to be Squire preIIlieve that tne countys interest will be safe in the hands of tbElI4 The Coliyentions will tali place In each Mdgisteral Dis trict on next Saturday at 230 p m standani time In all the Districts dxcept Nd 9 and Fredrick townjic contest is ex pected as but iOn3 candidate has offered in these districts lriis advisedthat Convention in the respective districts be calJea tto order promptly at the hourr specified in the call arfd all persons desiring tcvote should be there on time 1tiGet DeWitts Carbqlized l 1bUtt j itJl good for anything wher sa Salv1 ve is neebed to be used but itt especially good for PliesSSold by Red Cross Drug Store 1 e 0 Struck Natural- Gas Some weeks since Mr Mark Thomas Sr who litfeg about a mile fromCalvAry and who by- theSy4OfleOf the cleverest men in Marion coupty decided to have an ahesan well The drill ing commenced last week and on Thursdaynigh stives flow of gas Vas struck at tile depth of 149f f teThe drilling con tinuedbut no ongeltWith the desire for water At 2O feet the flow of gawas steady an0 when tested poduda beauti ful clear Iightover eight feel- highi M r Thoin as asJni Lefb anon Wednesday and stated that tusi ariller Jhought the flow bft gas was sufficient now to pupplyI the distillery ajid the pump station with power for their plants and that they were con fident gps in sufficient quantity would be fauad to supply all Lebanon with light and heat- The Falcoq r If you have pains iin the back weak back or any otheriudication ofa weakened or disordered condition of the Kidneys or bladder you should get peWttits Kidney and Bladder Pills right awaywhen you experience the let sign of jcidney or bladder com paints but besurethat you get De Witts Kidney and BladderPills We know what they will dQ for and if you will send yqur name to E C s rerceive a free triaiboxdf these kidney andoladder pilis They are sold here byRed cross brag Store Kentucky Fair Dates Harrodsburg August 1273 days daysrDanville Aut 4 4 days Madisonville Augnst 3 75 flays Winchester August 34 days Blue GraaS FajrLexington August 96days V dayskiniontown Lawr ieburg August 17r4 days LeitchQeld August 1774 dayk Barboursville August 18rr3 dayslBrodhead August 183 days l Shephcrdsville August l3 days i EwIng ulut i3 days Shelbyville August 2IqdtJs Springfield August 24 asfLondon August 254 daySdFlorence August 25 dan Frankfort August 31 r3 days f Hardinsburg Angld31l Jays Tompkimhn eSC ttmbcf days Fer Creek September ISclays 14d1jHodgeniUe Monticello September D4t days t Glasgow September i l ys STATE FAIRr LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER 13fl DAYS l Life 100OOOYears Afio Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ngovlien life was in constant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as Hhotvn by AW Brown of Alexander Mcis largely from deadlyldisease If it bad noL been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could nt have liedle writes uffqriffg aS1 did from a severe Jung trouble and stub born cough To cure Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Ph unomia its the bost medicine on earth 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Haydon Robertsjon Trial l bottle free Big AppIejCrppi The apple crop is turning outI extra well inS HardinbQuntand- big slaipments are being made from the Vail road stations The Rineyville Milling Company is turning out from 400 to 500 japple barr ls a day but the fruit is being shipped in sucli large quantities that the Mill Co is behindwith barrell orders James M RUm and are shipping barrels a dayTalb9tttralbotj while in 1fullybriDging the growers fifty f euts 1TONel NeWst J r A Contented Woman is always found in the same house with Baljarus Snow LimoHint It keeps every member jf the family free from aches and pains it heals cuts burnt and scalds and cures rn umatism neuralgia lumbago and all muscularstlffness 25o SOc and 100 a bottle old by Ked Cross Drugstore GQvWillsoVs Blunderf iscontinuaHyt hO isbardlyl Outf n e thing t before be is in ot lijls- s htest mistake wgjo form a law partnership qf Louisville t The lawyers aUover the Stat RJauShiII tnereJ1ethe the Governor of tlie State trdm slIsl jis the first man who has evert filled the Executive Chair to viol tethjs statute bv forming law partnership He was con siderably censured for winding up someof his old cases after he bpcame Governor instead of t1c1essome other lawyers bub this thing pf forming alaw partner ship when he has more than two yrs to serve iis absolutely in excusable Elizabethtown News JHows This WToijer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ease of Catarrh that connot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O We tie undersigned have known yearslaudi cially able to carry out ally obliga- tionst made by his firm Walding Kinnau Marvin Vhol Sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Qatarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood 1 and mucous surfaces of the upttle Old byall Druggists Take Halls IJamily Pills for con- tipation y j High Water The big rain last Saturday night made Chaplin river rise higher than was ever known and about fifty people unable to return home from services at Deep Creek church because of of thp jbigh water were obliged to remain at thechnrcluail night long Thtf home of George Patterson within 800 yards of the church was surrounded by watpr for tbofirst imein its history and the water got two feet deep on the lowor floors The family took refuge in the upperstorv Mr Pattei sbn had four tinetfox h unds and hey took shelter under thc ffJorin11ana three of them rowaedand floated out butthe fourth qriA seined to oe pnlowed Vvjth mord sagacity than his canine brethern and made a long dive came ponihe outside snorting like a whale and swam to safety J1n the same neigh borhood Ike Lewis had a horse and mule Killed by a stroke of ightding on the same nights arrdurgflerald A Millionaires Bay attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stom ach or bowel trouble any quickcror surer tlianyout baby if you give it McG eg Baby Ehxir Cures diar Thdea dysentery and all derange ments of the stomach and bowels Price 2Sc nnd SOc Sold by RcdCiross Drug Storcr Bill Offered to Erect 25000 Building Respresentative He llJweek introduced a bill far thees tablisbment of a national mili ftaryparkatPorryvilie Ky The Secretary of War is authorized to cause tablets antI markers to be erected showing the positions and movements of troops in the historic engagement that took place at Perry ville Mr Holm also Mulrodnced a bill appropriating 125OOOror the erection of a gbvonimeht building atLawlenctbug Ky1 on site already owned by 1he government Spencer Courier Bees Washed Away Mf C3eorueMorris of Cornish v Mf lss sfxty stands of bees JUSLWCIIiqm lye high water Mr Mortiss apijary iis located n a creek bottom where it has beer for years and was never before molested by an overflow Thewi flood left hinl onlya dozeni stands Harrddsburg Herald XEB ANON LOCALS IIFr m t vIcEntrltieliMrs Mrry JoeFordwife off Brady Ford died Wednesday morning at ten oclock at the home of her g rand fttjier James Bohanon rt BradfordVille after an june s of several mouths with tubrc llosis She was 23 years of age j I Polkl j Robe tson5hada narrow escape from Fownirig last Sat dbornei dj after the hadrain which hatI putall the small streams of that sectioho9t boom He had to cross Hot Water creek near Ali etolf land afterhe irndclriver in to the water which hcsav was vary high but believed jie cpuld ford safely hefelt his bulgy going down stream A few second later the vehicle was iupsetajnd it and his horse were washed under a Watergate He was thrown into the stream but manuged Ito swim ashoro The horse in sune way succeeded geitiiig loose from the v liiclp and iit was saved The bug y vwasii wreck 11Ir George Elder of this city did suddenlv at his home on High Street Mqpday August 2 l9jof heart disease The def cead had been in bad health anda sufferer from organic hear trouble for many years but c n Monday and foii T everal days before he seemed to be in better spirits aridi felt Belter than usual He met his brother John that juoning at tne train andl i n h6un or so befor aten dejclj he regular diily services at St Augustines churcli With his Jiistfr Mss Ellen and his- broil Nt John he was eating diniii iinnd tho best or good chee prevailed when suddenly deat IS mpsfoncbr visited the hap 7 group ond ini a minulf caredttwar tl o1deiinember Mss Ellen not cvd him swoon- arId JIran qifiqUly to Iris side diiCrfemTr him in hoi arifis aslie fell and before other assistance could be called his heart was silent in death Mr Elder was 71 years od last March and was the son of the hit James Elder who lived on Hardins Jretk Passenger train No 23 tJleI fast train that passes through here at 0f K a irii was wrecked as it turned a curve at Pert h near L5 71 ngston ysterdays- hortly t after tooJand baggage uiagier TB Anderon rIf Louisville was Willed instantly Mark Mnttingly formerly of this city the espress messenger was slightly injured The en gineer Sod fireman wore also slightly hurt All the pass n gers escaped without injury The tender baggage car and moket were derailed and after ploughing tth rough the soft earth tar some Jistance rolled vi lent I nOfU11werei I what caused the cars to leave the track Lived 152 Years I rmParr Englands oldest man- arried the third time at 120 vorc ed inthe fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youtUful at 80 Tame Whrigt oi ripurlockKy shows how to remain youhg Ifeci justHkc a sixteen yearold boy libvrit s after hiBflix bnttles of Electric JH takI For thirty years Kidney troubleI mad lifo a uileributthe tlpof this wonderful mediciuo poul t4ndedthc1 had found tho greateait cnreon eaitb Theyre a godsend ttp wfcak sickly rundown or old lJeoI jjje Try them SOcc aydo u Kobertsoii Drugstore How It Works A Winchester man with ape culiar impendimentin one Of his reYes which pauses the bye to wink rapidly three to ft ve timesi Jin succession and then a brief jstopbefore beginning again me1 with a funny incident while ma Ji SSSc AYERS C AlR V8GOR 6 g OPS Fa6ding HairJ AtrslIaIr Vigor is composed of sulphur glycerin qulnin sodium 1chiorid capsicum sage atphpl water and perfume Not a single injurious ingredient W this list Ask your doctor if this Is not Follow his advice A hair food a hair tonic a hair dressing Promptly checks falling hair Completely destroys all dandruff AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the HairJ AUK Lowell Mu a local option tOwn on busin this week He Hid a severe aSSj tack pf coliand stepped1 into remecJytof clerlrIrCame forward caught A je auto without a word went bebiqd tii- J 3 i Iprescfiption cn p broughtl out aJ stiff drink and said f ceXts1 Our lleenl friend handed over the nd took the drink Three inorl anddii thrEe mote drinks but the Win IIph ester manis as yet undecided whether the correct sidn was three or f ewiJs andacit was a pretty fair article ol Win chestei whiskey that had been slipped in and asit hid out the colic afterthe second drink he was in a condition that he diUn nt jnuch care Winchester Demo crat v Tortured On A Horse For ten yeas I couldnt rjidt a Ijprse without being in torture from piles writes N S Napier of flog less Ky uwhen alldocters anl oth7 Iet remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve pured nie Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds eats Boils Fevfr Sores Eczema alt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by IJaydon Rob ertson x The Swastikal The swastika isa rciligious emblem which has been handeJ down from prehistoric tithes It was in use in India fifteen centuries before the Christian t era and appered in Europe iibout the mIddle of the bronze age and was in use among the earlipst inhabitants of yorth America Five pptf ct swasti ka crosses of hammered nfass wore found in a mound rti Ohio The swastika iis emblematic of the Deiiy and isused as a talis man or charm beijjg the symbol rfor bepedictionn blessing good health long life good fortune and prosperityEr t Starved To tJuafh s what could be trqtbfnily be said ot many children who die They have worms poor little things they dont know it and you dont realze it If your child is cross fretful pasty coin pjcxionjed and loses weight for no apparent rca ongheit Whites Cream Vermifuge you will ibo sur prised at the result and how quickh jit ptck tip old bRed Cross Drug tore vCommissionerV 2 ale r rVashgto1LCircuit CQUIrlq Mrs Tcnnie Searcy admx etc PJtTI vs Equity Tphn Searcy et al Defts By virtue of a Tutlffment and crI of sate of the Washington Circuit Court renileted at the May term 1109 In the above styled cause i shall pro ceed to otTer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 23 lf09 at 2 oclock pln or thereabout being coilnty court day to the highest and bet bidder at public auction upon a credit of u and 2 month the follow lug described property twlt A house and lot situated on t teNorth side of Main street In SprIng- field Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at corner toCJiristian church lot in Main Street at a point in the inner edge pf the pavement fl feet from the corner of Main and Walnut Streets thence with the said church Ilot and iiit right angles with Maui Street and parallel with Walnnt Str6et 201 feet to an alley thence Easterly with said alley 86 feet to corner to Mrs Liazie P Lewis and John W Lowis property thence with Lewis line at right angles with saidalley 201 feet to Lewis cornerat the Inner edge of the pavement on Alain street thcnceflwestwardlywlth- Iain Street to the beginning And bein saute property conveyed to M L Searc bl S IL Thompsonal1 wife by deed of date December 11th clerk of the Washington county court in Dee look 48 page 140 For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or sureties inust1 execute bond Bearing legal interest fromdateof sale until paid and havng the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms M U LEACHMAN M C W CC Ii 1 Thorearemanyimitationa of De Witt Carbolized Witch Hazel SalvoDe Witts Is the original Be sure you get DeWitta Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve vhen you ask font It is good for cuts bufns and bruises and especially good for Piles Sold by led Gro Pharmacy Fiinfr Sale IlEine farm containing 100 acres 2 good dwelling houses 11 new seVbn acre tpbacco baru l located four miles from Wiflls burg on LontiicIr Oreelr Price S 15 per acre GEORGE COLVIN Viilisburg Ky Gross Roads t Mr JAifIGoodeand wife visited Mr Dudley Bottom aridi family Saturday Mr ana Mrs Johme Rest and little daughter of Deep Creelr visited Mr Dick Graves andI f tamJMrs QlaraMurphe and Mrs 3Nfar Miller visited Mrs Liaura Bottom Wednesday Misses Faniritj Lowe and JSffie dMl Dfewry niht Mrs Dora Burns soent Friday wiih Mrs Janiu Goode ndar Stew lt Miss fettie Graves spent Friday nightwith her aunt Mrs Nora Best of Deep Creek Wed nesday Miss Annie Mtfrphey spentt Vwrie day with Miss Effie Bottom Those on the sick list reMrs James Drewry and Mrs Sejener Graves Mr Vestie Graves bought ai horse frbm Mr Charlie C f 1foi125Mrs Mattie Graves and little son Woodford spent Wednes day ofternoun with Mrs LuuraJ Bottom Misses Effi Boitom and Nevtj lie Graves spent Tuesday after nuon with Missi Zilfie V Sl You Never Can Teflfl jast ehict1yth cause of your theU1 matLsm but you know you have itij Do you know that Ballards SOWrt Liniment sill cure Jtrelieves the jiain repuces the swellingiancllhnl- hera the joints and rausclesj so thu yuu will be as active 8ucfetlas you ever werA Pricc25c 50c 1JdlOO chi by Rfd Cross Drug St l Cooper Coomes Dead Mr Cooper Coomes anent protoi citizen of this com unity lieofl1ast Sndayat his nomie near Chaplin his deathresulting tona pa ralytcrstroke on the Sunday previous Mr CoomeS was agedabout fortyseven years 7 the funeral services were conducted Monday August2 at the residence by Rev Father Pike of Fairfield interrm nt was in the pjiapliu cemetery Deceased was in dustrious popular man cf a gen ial friendly disposition much interested in all the live issues of tjhe day that tend to the ad t van e1l1ent and interest of the people of his home community or elsewhere At the time of berlloCeves w three sons to mourn the loss fa devoted hus baud and father The sens are Murphy aged nineteen Clyde IthreeWiiriam Cooms of this c untylI and four sisters MesdameS John J w t Xi O 1C1 SUBSCRh710N7 t1jf tt JE74 1R7 I JLf t r1 IjTRUSTY Varmifui TSLiniment IIniatc theI and Neil MuQaney and Miffi 6tz ze Coomes of LouisTlllfe and ofSprindeJcf2BricJstowh The Bii Head is of two kinds conceit and the blr head iht ten eie ivttn affclt Jeav ache Docs your head ever feel like fIgoardand your brain feel loose a4soreS You can cure it fano tilseby acting on your liver with B 11arfHerbine Isnt it worth triiJi r th absolute 4nd ttain relI fyoia1cget SoW by The Red GrpsiDrujr Storei SSj WoodRodman J Miss Ada Wood the attractive daughter of Mr DS Wood and MrSyivesterRodmansooof Dr H D Rodman of this city fj were united in marrige at tie Rectory of StJoaepb Cathe dral on Tuesday August 2 bf VeryRev 0 J OGonnenrPa 1 tor The ceremony toolc place atj530a m and wasjwitnesaed by a number of relative S andi in timate friends of both prtieMtr jMrRodrnanj worthy young business maa and the wedding is the culmiaatioa 6 of an aiiachment formed IB childhood The bride was bf laatItailored suit of a pretty abide of tan1withha gloves and shoes en k Ate After breakfasft at the home of the brides falh r Mr and Mrs Rodman left oa tlijp OlympianIwill occupy the ipretty apart i ments in die Smith property OK 1 North West corner Coutt quar H this city Bardstown atanakrd A Golden Wed lInImeans that man and wife have live to a good aid age and cooaequeBtly1 have kept healthy The be tlray to keep healthy is to see that yourllverSdoes its duty 385 days out of 36rl keepIBanardtake it whenever your liver gets In actiVe 50c per bottle- ThY crossDrwgtorea Fin For SIs One hundred and thiilyfivtv acres of good farming land 8 talea from SpringtieTd iod 6 t mile from Willisburg on nraI route 3 most allI in ffrawT two good new hOes one containing 8 rooms good stock btrs six t acre tobacco bdrji two orcbartfi plenty locust pgsta nd1pteaty stock water fifty acrw good tobacco land premise all iin good repair and in high stat of cultivation and sittiztd iargood neighborhood lo tq chnrch and school For further particulars apply to J A COUJLTE- RSpriogfiekl Xy EoLEYMmITmrAI auF irrsvsMs pisiUs V J Frederickstown PICNIC l j Saturdayt d August Ul14h1 11 ittl The membr8of Holy Trinity church invite ill to Uwir taul picnic on the shady grounds surrcHiiidiBf the lan at the Burg rL Numerous Attractiot will make It a day pf fuff ofiniiofrcrUo for Tt afT and old A tine copious diQhefgfciii be aeryed wvl fttrpfrdfre3hmects of lthe healthy kind will be at liiiad wjilt be guaranteed spf totmvejmt IIOWhigt rass BiRd Ill thr Cntry will delight all with their music from 880 aH viUil I pmand a string band will enliven t4e ijJ Coloredd People tttke ucii lfr Besidesien joying aday of fun you wilibe1 JIiMcIfa caue t i f7 50f iri Gold r wi1lb givn to the lucky wlnaer Be w the children ffit T1JCOMMfTREj LL 7 7 rr r TH B N EMS ILK 75 rIffltlKNMEADER r r II PlIlJtG IEL V J fYJIYTJIUIiIDAY t t d JAS pL JOSEPH PO- LIPoznubhshs r t Pt rTHURSDAY AtJG J2 1909 I Democratic Ticket j For icti t ludl tH THURMAN JrRepresentatIv1 County JudgeB LBITSEY County AttorneyTS MAYES Circuit CouityO1erkWFBOOKZRtE ClerkrROBT NOE tot S SheiifSiANDERSOU p rintendentJ W BUSH Jailer GEO D CA LBTT Assessor sTMllCHELIj Coronet Pl W E GRUME SuryeyorW G ROBERTS 3TtF rstView j Mrs Hughes of MtArvm 111 iticlher mother Mrs In i ramof Shelby countyvwere t1cllMrs Gratiam at this place last L week 00I Company with a tri ndw I vUitedparjhof the county east of Springfieid a few dayd since V Every kirjjLof gram along the way looked iin and the hay icki4werp large Hnd certainly Snaqugh to feed on for quite a longwhi1e The tobacco vas ti the finest we have feeen fora long White if not in our lives 10015r1las if it had Jen well cultivated t 5 Mr Joearrico who has teen Taick for quite awhile with tyJ iphoid fever is up and going r round once more Mrs Will McGee who a short time ago was expected to die with 4rosybas so far recover r ed as to be afound doing lier workofr Several of the ybung peoplev of this community attended the picbiclast Saturday at Chicago i Toere are Several tobacco 1 t tarns un construction arid the weed is ripening so fast that the I builders ba7e got to push them selves When there is alarge crop Of tobacco to growdc is a rush froth Alpha to Omega Our county said dry but whis V keyse to flow like water ini the brook f j pvI Point rffThe mst delicate jrt of a bab iidfes bowels E very ailment tha Jtsufferswith attacks the bowels al 0 endangering in most eases tbs jlifeof the infant NcQees Baby dysentaIand all derangement the sfomach or bowels Sold by Red Cross Drug T4Stor f rF Hardm1 Chapel t V T f ki t MissFrfci7cis LUsey of Pleas ant Grove spent several days last wefek w tth her cousins Ath Miss FUnwicks l Mr and MrsJ M Brewer Taidson spent one day last week famjlyIL l dren Edward and Nina have returned home after a pleasant i visit to her sister Mrs Till er Baxter Missi Nellie and JennieHay don spent Saturday and Sund with Miss Mattie Tobin V i RevWalter Matherly closed 4 his meeting at this place Friday night with good attendance iFI Announcements We are authorized to announce totSP DED4ANIN ILeglslas a candidate for Representative nt4 in T Septeriiber4fl09i Wd are authorized to announce A JoHN V GORDON Vjas a candfdate fr Jt1ceP- eacein tJSprIngi1fiN 8 and Pot yUle Magisterial Districts subjcbto the action of the D mocr tlc cobr jTention AuguSt 14 A j iIJ i J A MEDLEX f as candidatefor r Justice of the 1 P c iII printrfield rNo 9 and Federtkkstown Magisterial districts sub jf jjeittbjlthe action of the Democratic conVentrbn August 14jWe arejiuthorized to announce to t IJWt WILI ETT thejPeaceerlokstown Magisterial district sub ject to the action of Detnpcratla convention August 14 7eaieauthqrizedtoannounce JOHN 6 POLIN as a candidate for JusticetOf the KellLShopj entlonIugust v3WeBLViN BIRCH as a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the MacJcviHe and Heudrenj Magisterial district subjebt Jotheaction of the Republican rtYl tthroughout the meeting VVe will miss him in ourmidst and wish him success in his future undertakings Miss Pearl Fenwick of G atburg spent the latter part lasI Vweek with tfieMissFjeni i wicks i tMr Horace Jfitsey spent San day with Mr Leonard Fenwick Miss Jpiephene and Noreen HoUa idsee have returned home after pleasant visit to lrsLee Hiatt r Mr Charlie Litsey spent Sun day with Mr Edward Fenwiclc Mr apd Mrs R P Lanbam and children spent Sunday with S Q Lpg don and family Mr Edward Fenwick spent Wflhh1sMrs A Canarand Miss Maggie Lee Hiatfe spent Satur day and Sun Jay with relatives at Mackville Mr and Mrs Stanley Fenwick spent Hutfday with SG Logs don and family I Mrs Stanley Fenwick and MissjSu ie Fenwick SrJentMonI day with Mrs George Fe wick flearStmmstown v Several from f here atterjded the Miss mopnightpatygiverLbyAshe nilhtI Mr and Mrs George Barker ofGSunday i Mrs Wood OrilKgpie spent Monday with Mrs Nellie Logs don and family it MrsJNellie Log don and chil dren ripent Sunday with y G Logdanand1amlyA Gold And then ihp telling what unless you useir Bells PineTarHoncy It th 9 best ask ybur neighbor Look forthe Bell po the Bottle 1 Litsey ct 1 t Miss Lavania Oponnorsspent the latter part pJiheweek with Miss Vfabel Price and atidnded the Chau tauqua at Lebanon f Those who attended the Qlian il r J ft f 1 1t r j1 Beieing that the people of Kentucky ij f will be interested in the organization of thefe feK Ofrr r ai 1 ft tJ J r f f l Ctizens d d t1r rT ationai 0 1 G iJ L I L t r II f j y t It LrifeIi ti r- T Y r t fi i Insuranc- et T iL i i Lt i r Jl F Jilj 0t company j JfIIS pthatp t l t t its tstock wg will publish in this paper every week the r iamount Iof subscriptions to date The work of getting f lssubscriptions was begun Mon Jay July1 26 and below1 are v 4 1k jthe amounts of subscriptions for each week If lfjT F K JH I J r First WeeK August 2 i Wc 4 f itft i 1O696QOO ttauqua at Lebanon from this place were Miss Harvey VanArs dale and Messrs Chas Litsey Pete Shehan Davison Reed Res Haynes and John Polin Mr Nathaniel Thompson raid sIster Nannie returned ftJm a visit at llairodsburg High Bridg ankotheroirts Mr Fftivficlc of Thompson ville visited Jhas ahd Edcl Lit sev Satlirday and Sunday hnljSattended the base ball game here Saturday and visited John Polio Saturday nfelit Mr Nail West and wife of Louiayille are the quests of Miv J F Gregory Misses Harvey Vanarsdale Sarah Reejl I and Almayanars daleI visited triends iV Spring held Weaneday sltJ HJ Hopper the pastweijk Mr Gilbert Donahoenas been 1tirashingpast week t S Mrs Neljie r Thurmfln isthe gl est pf1rs iil4 Mite lell this week Miss Emlfan R Pohn visi lted Miss Mary Logan Neale iat uudge B L1 Litsey ls Tuesday TneWopdlawh base ball team came up SatUrday and crossed audIl 1witnesscd payeu The home leRtn came out victorious by the score qr lo toO Vandyke and Cash did lthe pitching for the Vlsttbrs bolh were batted hard by the Lifsey boys Haynes ant McGnord ware on the Slab for the homt tineSUPPOItlPhis set of gentlem n and we hope io see them play hfere again soon Chonio Sorci Byes Arcr easily cured with Sputher lands Kagfle Eye Salve is painless ailJ boxISold evcrjvvhcre 11 i4 r 1exast1 The farmer arc very happy ihi this locality over the pros pepts ot a Bountiful crop The uc agJ tofr eprn is ranch larger than in recent yosrs find the prospects ofahe vy yield iis almost assure Tobbaco is line and the fruit is fir above the average Plenty of grass antt hay fat hogs cattle Shhop and houses on iithoiisirkl lulls 1 ttIdrga uutnbpr from itf attended Gaoi Me ting at AUcetoa Sunday I J j Sonis of ourifamers attdncleil the fair fat bjaJviHe ihe past i week rcohE ttton s 1cibis fnq to Raym iid E i wards fprSloOP inlthisyicinlI a JlIing trip to ShelbyCo this wedlf Miss JuUherion CumpbeU spdrftlast 1eek in LebanOlan8J attSnitled the Chautaujua t IhOll1Entt i rrit1l11ofj deedii to a tract flurd mad 1 p ceaf sheepskin and by Patrio Henry white sigma1 goven r of Virginia If attrlI Toot mjisbed spine weeks since tis able toj stir aboqt fqnco mora IDock Brady isojabte slIck llit tlus week f i r Sam Hays of Marion qOont is I isitiug hii uncle T A H ys this week j putIting up a large tobacco btfn tor Robert Arnold Mr Arnold has a very large crop ofl tobRCCo which is as nice as can bo foutnl io central Ky Several of our foralers arij fompelled tobfc Hk e thafc mnnldtf old They are topziug don1 th jir old barns and building new Ones in order to house the large crop =Bat very unlike the rich man they do not say soyJ takeII thine ease They say make Hay while the sun shines and believe in male ng tb eir wealth by the sweat of their 1 brow Summer Colds winterteattnerit with Dr Bqlls Piu Tar iHoney Sold cveryNvhere Look for the Beil pn the Bottle Living Over Catacombs Thins In many or Its IjsirlPts Is biiilt over thj AttHcutnUK says Unr pprsl Weekly rTh se vsist subtcr rtt1 cliainlwrs and pillcrioH pruduiv thai peculiar rtrixiix oiind whiCh Is hoard In tile Luxoiub5 ury Jfontpsii nmIIilUo no Uitr hllsdtllmR beating funeral m rclics to the grsve over UiU vast rrIldead That qtmlnt little Ghthlehous ttIt ttlcorner of the Uuulevard Ras which nut y nn American artist Iftll remember from his student days han private staircase lend to the fatHcbnibs frolllxHUI1I- lwrmrtlrtu1 closed Stone sjhb Jut Iu doorstep Lincoln a He Knew Him t Asked uuder thp clvir1 wrvlce ruli tIC wrlto wfiat hd knew about Abrwj Lincoln an appiiciiiit fort1ieairn tIC fc xeof New York wr6 tp Abraham Uucoln WU bera In Ken biehy ntdlvtryrqfl s v CIJs fathf iHOved ihe fatally toOhlo flnfttlntr tkiwn tipMlsslssJjpI If hclwd not fopon tiiileil by a murilerpr he inlirui IK living todtir Hle was au Intpin 1nt Miu L1f1 euU1 esily tNr tjvzx prtJ dout of NeW Svkc1f IntJj tTeiie Journal NtcaE AblJg Ii W1rftc e moitpr jsltl oiir rt tndd itcsip hittIJ i got i iht tu sir ling ctpbttr ltl rrOU of rt A ji4kU lljiy44r1te3rvSIPtaht14siyt tW y ccr tably nE1MItnIthg qlf4rnfsorL rIInndPILIhb fSitaucp14iticHca 1eWedjt iitei1i tour tl 1in tLEITP tttit ar 11 tIIi1 ttt1Ou s1- 31ii u tmnni tw tTItij4 V 1ir an K It tK nntt1r I IiI ra Itt Q r joi tiIiiil J i xu m l r l cAl rheFortyS venthYearI w f bp THEfi = 4 Jr1Li WASHINGION couTY FAIRpI 4Promises toeclipsE all other year as the good people of Washlngtbn county and nelghbrlng oq1ttes U Me will turnout and ilave a neighborly reXiri1ona kind ofhome coming week tp Ot pSS fA Wednesday Thursday Friday aaa Saturday tJ AUGLStfI 5 TO Ii I Fr days ofenjpymeirt and entertainment LADIES FREE the First Day SCHOOL CHILlDBEN FREE the Second Day 1 Libeial prewms tlch will attract some of ths best stables of horss in the counti y THe maiagement has spared no pM t make this Fair complete and at i active Dont miss a single Day Catalogtie on application to the Secretary B L LITSEY President THEO C CAMPBELL Secretary 1 i ft J kdFrA a a t i r v = S t I THE BThTE UNIVERSITY I i iI IKYt d I The State L COUTSMli tr namely Agricultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Fa gineering Mining Engineering Classicaland seven Scientific course each f i t1 which extends 5ver four yearsand leads to a Bachelors degree also a Depart ment of Law and a Department of Education which last has been established 1advan2when retainedCounty dorm r Ir ties fuel and tight traveling expenses if they remain ten consecutive 14 one collegiate year tIIonthsOtII p1The laboratories and museum are large well equipped cOnipre r 1 CongressThe with L w liberal remuneration The totall number of jmatriculates for last year was 1078 r Each department has a specaLat at It5adl with the necessary number oE assistants 1 Young women findanexceInt home with board a dodging in Patterson i 1 Hall which is well equipped with all the modern conveniences bathroom hail 1 for physical culture at 300 per week All courses of study in the University are upon to women on identical conditions with those applying to males 1 regardingcurses I r JAMES K PATTERSON FUnva LL D President s or tolD C FBAZEB Business Agent r J I iiall Tepin Be Vf1909c i 1t PHE OYSTER ENOUGH He Swallowed It Alive and Had to Kill It After It Was Down A farm laborer from tl lntxrjiiron his first visit n Lumlnn drtxIpMlntq- a l small oyster shop shire1i uuluber of men wert oattug raw oysters The uxtremo sjtllAfnrtJmi dteplaytd on the 4fticest l tcounterreal live Jucy oyster itfwo tin Hrvt 1nnMip htuhspon Jin oyslerjind hitiiniine at oiirp Inhjr ustfrll and when tIzbllIltx had been finally uncastU ltwlIroeeMtd to once It on the pud of hiss fork then with a look of extreme satisfaction lull111 It down Groat Scott snouted a man stand ing noar him You Jiavent swallowedt the oysterallve lhave you There was horrible pausci That critter wilt oiff right through you shouted aunt her By this time the poor countryman was slinking will ear and liorror lici ccnnmonced t5 havi1 t irribli piling in his abdoinon and was soon dlotihledaip in his agoiiy He bjSK tl s me one tto go for iJ doctor tja gett the thing out Lie continued io urow worse rhnn soine one Suggestedi that he tdhe a dose of tatwsco sjince which it was claimed would kill the object that WitS crediting such terrible commotion In his ineiim arrangumnnt- lie gra55i tl tht bottle with avidity and took udAtft IILscondltlon which before hat bden alarming to the vie tim now assumed n serious phase to the rppfratorsof the hoax The nnn gasped and choked Ho became Waek In the face and tears wore rnnufng down his face when some quo tlinisb n bottle of oil Into lils mouth find be vas forced to drink copious drafts The effect wrtt magical The byster was evldwitly dend lie became more compoised Mutl when he fin ll1r recovrred bis hrollit tie sftW f tiiliiu it hut wnVn that darn ed tufT rot Into mv stniiiMCb that oys ter riishid aroundf ltdIt n slmrk was after ttliint1pxi feciaps v Spoiling the Sow Showman ilutili know ns we cat give nny bind of a shox tixft after nonn Af n lant VIrat stjn iui tu r7 KbawuunTiwtfriHti Mils iHtn In tJientBr of tlii nillie totfui lion lufvlng JrU38aere iw Irhu IflUll liuUt uv jt- J1III aluttt ttf liJj fir tlit hn of uQIknwnoft to reglsTer Hnil sco the ioWe pp ni tie BllltItctr American ve u It Epilepsy FiIj My son was citrcd of a very badcase of epiepsy with Dr Miles Nervine MRSI D BAKER Cleveland Q My little dauber who vas afflicted with St VitUS l Dance is now entirely well af ter 1llint Dr Mites Nervine oily four months V MRStTG BENNETT 4 Alma MicJi Epilepsy Fits st yitus Dance and Spasms are all hccv ous discas sThcy have been cured in sof many instances with Dr Milesj Kervmc that it ji reasonabl4o conoltidc that iit is almost sur to cure you With nervous djsaes ora severe tvjC pcmiftbtit use JIM almost iiivariably rewUctfJnkcomplete ctjlre or lajl ng Ibene6yworth many tKncfethe cost of the rem edy TIle fet ei4erice you can ret of itU1eriti is to write to f1OC whoave te4 itGet a bottle from your ukE rake it aU accotmng ftrc1iieGtiCf1s and Iff it does not benefit he will re turn your illom y r 4i44tt4i4J tfiI tf i i J 1 LAFARII j rr it F J t W can sell One sJzp locationyou any any 1i 1iWe are ready at all times to show 4ybti tCome ttiipric sdevusc About I fj f t e 11 WO FARMS i t tfI il our hands See partial list below f r No 1 100 acres omile rom L bauon 5 miles SprIngfleld3 froom dVellinjr in good repair S barns plenty of grass pied y of J i yater all uiyler good fence PriceSoOOO per acre No 2 237 acres six miles from SpdngftelJ on good1 pike 2 dwelling houses 2 stock barns acres of new lana plenty qf Jtgris plenty of never failing water alt nndefoodence fiNC 3 T95acres 1 mile from Springfidld 2 dwelling houses 2 f dwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all of farm in grassalL t under pod fence Price 55 per acre t No i 86 12 esl mile east of Mackvilte 8 tona dwellingl j iodtobacco barn outbuildings fine orchard of 5iO trees alf Jtnt1s or frpit all under good fence plenty ofwateralentyofl iiiigrass Pre 1500 i iJ 1 No5 i28 crea7 miles froD 11 5Si room a r acre tobacco barlInfpe1ttJ f iic tortimber good stOCk btm all the farm wHl rouse tobacco Price 1 + tt ller acre jiyNq6 120 acres 7 room dwelling l27icre tobacco fcarni ine fstock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 20 acres of upand all L iunder godd fence no overllow lla hd Price 885 per acre No7 20Q acres on gona pike brick dwfi1ngtenanthbuse t3 tobaccJbarnsfine tObacco land at kast orehalf of the farm r + land PrieeS4tLperacre NoS 12 acres 1mi1 from Springfield on phjEe1 5 room t ArSdwelling in good repair good barn aU under go d fence plenty rtitttof fruit plenty of vatqr Price J500 yNoraw Lorcttor 7 room d yeIlfng in good repair all under good fence all f I fJ1I iin grass except 16 acres plenty of water telephone and ruralroute fine tockbarn60ilslluare p enty of tobacco land Price 5ffi130 per acre S Np itj OhM acres S miles from Springfield close to school f6 room dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good stock bard under good fqnce plenty of locust posts Prke83600 t Lake C 11rBostty t 1r 4S4 tf I0BN EDELEN IRVINE WIMSATT i Y 4 I JrIt Wpmade speclanYlfthe fulloving brin iiMattin ly Moore Spring 1902 at4 OI f t BelleofMarion Sprint 1902 at 410 s v Everglade f l Wathensi Sprint 1907at 2 2 4 fJS We also handle Mattin lx Moore Relhi fik and Willow Spring bottled inhbnd Pure r jl Apple Brandy and Bfackblrry Wite t 7 T 11ji iJ 3 J 33 33J J s tJ3 3JttItIM 2 1In RjURAL TELEPHONES S 1 f8 MR FlMERMakeyour homeas modern for your V r ofamUvai a CiO jcsjdence and place your self in a position tv ID to get the latent market quotations at anytIme This Can 1ro be accomplished hy menus Of our elephdner service uvhich i Iand vpt j neighbors conget for a sumthat is smalicom m pared with the bciiefitsreceivecl Call OF addresi ournear i f tJ qict bfffGC or write direct headquarters NiishvilIeTennr In f riilfi wnratiohrejearding our special FARMERS LtzS j jmrate are not at present enjoying telephone service = 4 wecaniu v jatelyinterestyoul QUr lines cover States t m of Kentucto Tennesfiee SlJssisjippir Louisiana and the Isouthern il5IiuoLludiarntLndTtlLQnisSi I CbMPANY y4f5 4 IEiEEE E E reE EiE E f EEf f f I- ic 0 IEW A L AISBUSINESS COLLEGE I NEW ALBANY 1NWJAM- AINTMNSWELLEQ1JIPPW ix u TQRy- BeauUful location New equipment BcJtjqrAM Expert fIIcu1ty Th usand1fxradt ere4demand 1orxur tudentL ookkeepki SlNNttn md- EngtlskCourmes Open aU YeK r044 Nw Fefilth yea CoUegc JOlUMlFr iritetl kiody k TL ci- i t ttttFor1j L kA i 7 3vi r r i w I DB ci 1BIlRTOli ft JDNT DEP4tIS1II TEETH EXTRACTED i OHOUT PAINIJ fi fJ inmqm Hiii k Block up SM lr lt PJUGJIBfAD KY All Dntl Work Strictly Firitclmss DR JC i1UE f 11 t ft cilI wi Swgcpnni 1 3 Ofio hours 8to9am1 I t 1 to 2 tt eB pTer Hydonjs pml1I I t JHkamPtonM nll i Wfke in Otera KeuSes r C1 c Fi OttcPkiieNe5 a RcshlcRCCNo 35- fTvii5iPV f t WFGRLGSBY1 t ATTORNEY ATLAWa p ii IrOIe ever Peoples Bank At 8PRINOPELD KY 1j tliftr RII HYATTBt Offict over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 3 to 12m 4 to 5 pm T i JOMNY WAVES 4 JOIERAi uiHECTOR p llD LlCm EMBAtMER Z1ELPKONE fDAY191N1GHT74 j f SffiBBBHBUInJ ty day Railroad Schedt1ese Following isthe time schedule now ia effect on the and Springfield I3ardstownI Mo 41Leave Louisville at old 430 p m Bardstown Junction 522 p m Bardstown 6 C6 pmpI XArsivea at Springfield 655 p mUE t T vNOiS Leaves Springfield at 600 a m Bardstown 645 A m In Bairdstown Junction 730 a m i arivesat Louisville 820 a m No4SLeaves Louisville at p 735 mi Bardstown Junction A 910 a rriV Bardstown 1045a m Rrrives at Springfield 1215 p inle No 44 Leaves Springfield at iin iQOpmj Bardstown 220 pm J4Bardstownunction 410 p in- arrlves at Louisville 54o p m Noi 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfielci715l a thy Bardstown 800 arn Bardstown Junction 845 a nth arrives ut Lquisvilie M 2 985arnIl JO I Nov 91 Sundays only Leaves 11- fLouisville at 600 p mBards S torn Junction 645 PIn Bardstg town 7 30 p m Springfield at 8125 pm f Iv ofCoiddnt Turn It 1ere o lihie Willies teacher was Vend and sorry ffcr notwithstanding that lhe was her filrorlte pupil he stontil before her ctinvlcted of the c n iorn theftof cnndy from a fcl low pupil It was n first offense how aeverUandshfr did not desire to inflict r corporal tpuutyihruent A moral lecture she thought would fit the case BearIn mind Willie she concluda fid that those tenjptationjr can beiiI termination usedf Jst11 It df la telnptttionv f LlItli WllIleRUp Rut teacher unanswered I aththgot a peat par r ak1ng Hqtby Appreciative 4 cehlltJf b1n 1w11o was about to make him n1117 professional call found constant fault with the dinner sUe prepared fur hint l She appealed to the physician for nlrr The doctor examined his patient Whi ji had a slight attack of indigestion iiinl V I told him to cut out luncheons tp eu nothing but ns Ice qf toast amijit etr ttTea The scheme worked escejlrin lyj Of course hubby returns hoine li iW venlug eats utflJtlJIji In sight u pteslils wifes qolgtn bcf ttnn mother used t mtteBostl ri Record fHr Thrifty A Scotsman arid his wife wore tray eUnt tram L lth to London by bont Wh in oft the Yorkshire const a great storm arose and the vessel had sev v crat narrow escapes IVom founderinjr e v Ob Sandy moaned his wife yiin na afeard o deeln but1 dintia cn- rerto dee at sea I pinna think o deeli yet answered Sandy but when ye do yed better be 4drooned at sea than anywhere else +An whys Sandy asked his wIfe 4 rWJhy exclaimed Sandy Becanse 4f1 wouldna cost sae mlickle to bury Good Advice b Yoting man said the boss corn r ji hither find listen He approached Wljeii youve made a mistake for- tJi Ketlt pod go on to the next Job Dontt potter ttfound nil day adding a lot o finishing touches Louisville Cnndr IrtjfnnL KILLCOUCH- i MO OURS TM LUNGS i WITH lit8 s+ New Discovy r IPtaC gIfg8PECX t Afl 1LL1UOATABUINGTaOUIL1 v TOWL O GiLocal Happenings IThe Freshest and Latest iI AllAbout Yourseir Friends and Acquaintances MWM 5 M FOR SALg4O head good stock ewes GEORGE COLVIN w v Willishurg Ky WANTbbBring us your eggs batter bacon and hams McEiroy Shaderyt b 11Theres just one BESTHn laundry The Excelsior at Red Cross Drugstore IT When you want a wheat drill ee me Just received a carload oj f Birdseil wagons See them t A G KftuballV r l Vfcticktite Fly P pextbesticlci yTbri McEiroy Shaders Marriage license was issued O his weekby County Clerk- ooier in to Hugh Pinkston and Miss Tep Lew4sV V4OR SAXE SmithPremier 3pbwrit r No 2 brand new never used Will sell right Address Box 346 Lebanon Ky FOR SALEAlong yearling Short Horn Bull registered J R Wharton Sp ingtield1Kyw Jr aSAcourias being well attended and veral head of stock on the market and all sold well fE Eemembervwe are llconS ductipga Boar dmgvHiouse at the stand and fi woald be- eas y d to have our friends give a call 8 TCoLyjjf i Joe Pope colored was tried the Springfield Police court before Judge 3bI qe On last Mon day on a charge of breach of the eacearid acquitted j rello that lOc enamel ware assortment is almost gon That ft bowever is Al so come and get yours rjMcElroy Shader The Childrens Missionary Band of the Pleasant Grove church wlU have an ice cream supper atM LM Gregorys Thursday Angust 19 from 4 torpm Everybodyinvited idryou seourllist of August Sp cials1 They are moneyd aver sk Bring jnJ your eggs andi etsorne of them McEiroy Shader A Mrs Walk r died atthe home h0r b Qthet1Will Grume on the Bardstown pike three and one half mile from tcwn on last Sunday Sheiwas about Go year of ageJamd hadbeen in J ailing health lor some time j tI ae Fair will soon be here nd If youwant to bake brem ilim Cakes or Light Breed dont erge to use White Plumejor Patent Flour Either one will elpyoa do it Found only at NjcElroy Shaders hJ0sTon Saturday August betW nd IsFind er pind4r please return to Thompson Bos Litsey Ky Wm Dunnger Ypr1 gfield Lqdge No 50 F A M will meet in stated corn munication Monday Aug 16th All members are requested to be present simportaot business wjill come up By order of the Grand Master of Kentucky WAI1l1 HAGAN MasterI E S MATES Secty 1 Mr Lee Smith had the mis fortune several days ago to getj bit in the face with a foul tip while playing ball One of the bones of his face was broken and several teeth loosened Dr J G Mudd treated the injury and ressingr triedtI before Judge Litsey on Tuesday afternoon for a breach of the peace on charges preferrpd by Mary Eliza Harris a colored damsel of Hockertown who claimed that at a party a t Edelens houehort time ago he cursed and abused her striff iog her withjpi stick of stove wood When rhe defendant r s introduced UeJ admitted that h struck her witn a stick but that there was a fight going on at his hOU3CJ and she was the engage TOPICS 1 C 4MW14k4 M ment ofHt that she struck his ifeand he thenstruck her The jury evidently believed Hal story as they returned a verdict of not guilty IFrui AcidJ arCapsiand Rub ers Parafihe Wax Fruit Jars and everything needed foi1 can ing and preserynig at Mclroy Shader All teachers are requested to sendat once the names and ages pupils desiripg tickets to the fairpoTOi Campbell Secre tary Washington Co Fair Assoc iation 1EDOn my farm ItIiles from town on the Bloom fied pike 1 black heifer first came on place about July J2Ut paJgIJ etiseme t E F Donelley ll On last Sunday tne children grandchildren and great grafid children had It surprise birth day dinner at the home of Mr ItBoyleIt nolds seventieth birthday At tollgatbEason hand 37 in number and a most boun iful dinner was spread iI nd everbqdy had a good timei Mrs Arnold Has be3nIiii 9ther11wienjpyed eiceediiglybthi DamItation of her childrens love hi is the mother of Mrs S M Campbell of this place 4Y Augustspecials 6 bars Big Deal Sap 25c 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap 25cI 7 bars Lehoic Soap 21 c 6 buxes Matches 2pc Fruit Jars pints oOc Fruit Jars quarts 60e Friiit Jars 12s 7c McElroy SHader Sunday SchoolConventiri 11The Washington Coun + sun day School Association held its regular annUal meeting 1at the SpringfieldJIoni enC Rev Vm Harrison Will iams at rAO am thfn folio wed devotional services by Rev W lWolf after which the President made a report of the years wojjkl The following program was carried out Address Teachbrs Training Glass E C Bos well Address Psychology jbf the Childs Mind Rev APFinley Address by E C BOwetJI TopiC Foundation Necessary for j SundaySchool Worktit 1Afterpoonexercises by President Report of otrtmaingCoin- mittaea ro1ows Prof Glarience Fdams1 President Mrs I H sJEllareasurer Department Superintendents Elementary Grades Mrs E H1 Mayes Jr Intermediate Grades Mrs WF VolfduIt Grades I W R SelfcmaJn Bducaion W F Grigsby Old District SuperintenderilsV tVlllispurgrDora Brown Mackville J F Matherl Springfield C R I McWhorte v Special Committee on Reso lutoiJs made report which was adopted and tiled Address by Rev RE 0Law son Topic The Opportunity foi Service in the Sunday iilof Address Evangelist r M fco of Sunday School L C Bns UiI Address Rev G b King Topic What this Association qllr i Teeth eX- tracted witfi out PAIN or e DANGER 1 No charges gareg g ALL WORK iii iIDone in this office is firstclass in every respect and just as ad 1 fvertised VSTALlARDDSis 1 Q54ticv4zvL Springfield h meansto the individual undayJ School After some pleasant remarks by the President the Associai tioh adjourned aOveri On yesterday morning 4 se1 rious accident occurred in the Sharpsville neighborhood andM Earl Elale the 13yearold son of SamD Hale miraculously es caped drowning In a terrible j manner The boy in company with his grandfather Mr Ed Masters had started in a buggy wia turn of vheat to the mill at Sharp vi11e Finding on arriving at Sharpsville that tho mill was not running Mr asters got out of tie buggy and directed the boy to take the wheat to Mr Joh4 BrovnS mill on a hill just a short distance from Sharosville The boyv started alone undhad just cross w ed die bridge which spahsChap iiI river at this point when the horse from sorrio cause bee ime frightenedand began backing a Just as the buggy was tilting oj er a fourteen foot embankment the boy leaped from the vehicle and it was a timely leap for no soonerr had he done sothanbuggyand E1I0rsf3embankraentintoj the waters of the river below The horse was drowned ard the buggy com pleted demolished I FEFJSONAL Misses Anna May and Valera Hardesty of Eramencer are E visiting Mr andlMrs P J Thomas Mrs Katie Neale and daugh ter Elizabeth of Lauisyille are visiting Mr andrMrs RR Neale Mr and Mrs R H Siiader have returned from a trip to Michigan TMrEran Hqgan left Tuesday for a trip to Griffin Springs i Mr Jesse Rapier of Bards town washere Sunday and jMon fdHe was accompanied home by his wife who has been visit lug her parents Mr and Mrs CJL Price hiss Adeline Boulgler of t Louisville isthe guest of Mrs Harry Shader Miss LaAeniaOConnori spent the week end with the Misses la Price Mr Walter Clamenls spent several days iast week with friends in iLebanon iMiss Maxie Oldham las re turned to her home in loom field after a visit to Miss Mabel Price Miss Pearl Connor of ricktowri1 was here MondayFedI Miss Sallie Pope of vilfe is visiting her mother this week 4Miss Fannie Rmith is spend Hng the week at Tatham Miss Matyide Bro Pr of Bardstown is visiting Mrs D R Litsey It Miss Agnes Foley of Louis ivilleis visiting Mis es annyI and Delia Smith J RevF Hennassey jvttend lastIl Xjbuisyille thisiweek Miss FranCiS Martin is the gpest ofjf riehds in Harrodshurg l MissStellaMalntirp of Louis VilJoiji tlw guest of hqr sister iI Ii JW Riedei Mr ljpr y Marks left Monday for LoUia iP y where he has ac cepted a posit ionv 1 BUILDING Hr njce brick dwelling with all modern c V1A or an uptodate Brick = sinessho se is worth just twice aS = much as a frame structure of the same Think this over and should you want c to build come to see us and talkit bvet KRUEQER u-c MILLER ef 14 f Builders ofthe Baptist Church I at I t Ia a art I = T4 Miai Nellie Sirains has return ed from a visit tto Miss Irene Spalding of Lebanon Mrs Lcuis Rogers left yester day fora visit to her mother in Lexington Miss Ida McClure of High Groveis expected this week to visit l erauntM rs1HMC Clure r Mr Hugh Marshal of Bards town was in town Monday Miss Julia Bickett who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs AnnieJohnsoncinear town has returned to her home in Lebanon f rIfrj Messrs Joseph Edelenand Louis Herinessy of Louisville re visiting relatives here Miss Maranda Tuccerleft this spendsel Messrs Ruby Eddie and LLnuis Potitri e of Louisville will visit St wart Green this week I MIss Liu a May Brown has returned to her home in Louis viille after a visit to Miss Fran cis Martin Mr Archie Hays and children Louiseille are yisiting here Mr Harry Smith was here Tuesday on business L9uts1villrs here Mr and Mrs Deboe Bradv of Texas are spending this week tt French Lick Springs Mrs WF Trusty and sors are yisitirt at New elope i Miss Maud Hughes of Law renceburg is the guesfc bf Miss EfhelSearcy IMrs C R Johnson of Emii P nence iif visiting her brother Mr J A Bonjware at this place Mr Nea West and wife of fH Louisville are visiting at the o home of Mr Jr F Gregory Messrs JjinuyMcInti re and T Ballard are attending tbefli fair at Unirntowri this week Louis RWy of Louisville t is isiting relatives hereSf Hon C S Hill Democratic nominee for Commonwealth5 Attorney was in town Mondavi tm The many fronds of Mrs Griffin who formerly taught 1echoolwill regret to learn of her seriou illness at the McClbrd Infirmary at Lebanon MissVeola Browne is visiting her sister Mrs McOlaskey atsBloomfield Miss Owen of Danville is visiting the Misses Goodloe this week 1Mrs Nann e Leachman and Miss Ella Duti an are isitiDg in BloonifieUI this week f Miss Lillie May jCumpbell isovisiting her grand parents in Boyle county t i v Ivor Roberts returned last Frjday from a visit to Lexington t and Frankfort ir Miss Margret Hagan and mother f and Miss Virginia Vathen left this morning for a two weeks lt stay at Lebanon and St Majrys MissJulia BicUett of Leban is spending this week with tMrSrMisses Virgie and May Mays t are visitirfg their aunt Mrs Thompson in Bardstown i 111r Otbo Hatchett and w fett bae moyed from the Bntist parsonage to the house recently t occupied by Leonard Baker on Covingtun Avenue j Miss Katie Hert ein was in Lebanon yesterday t Miss Burpeite Ray of 1 lan t on is the uestof Miss Rod m an Thurmari v Mrs William E Greene ties dangerously ill at the home of her father MrWirrMcMtn ian Her husband who has beenon a prospecting trip m the West was called home Tues day The Misses Shadec entertain ed y esterday evening In honor of their neice Miss Margaret Greene of Louisville A large tnumberand spent a most enjoyable i evening t VmulesWanted t Mr B a Fox of Danville 11w IMollday riO ilr to bity 100 head of Lulewean lings and sucklipgsi Be sure to bring your mules to town on tl at day and see him j 1J I = 1 vh iijlLIFABLYFALLSTYLESI tN I 7 sI I LLadiesd Tailored1 d SSuitsiUj1 t We have just received a Shipment of STYLESin i lar at T this store A rebate will be given to each lady who buys a vsuit now I i Calland See This Beautiful Line T i r 32 I OUR CUT PRICE J SALE jK II- on 3 ail Summer Goods will continue through this month 1t Dont fail to get some 6ff the Bargains m I are offeringrr A 1 ITheI RobortsollClaybrooke C fI11- I INCORPORATED I i I f S 4 Quarantine Coming Gevernor Augbstus DWill son lias received fronrr the De artment of Agriculture at Washington the following td1 gram v Washington Aug 10The- on A E Willson Governor f Kentucky Frankfort Ky One hundred and twenty six shipments of sheep from Ken tuckyi found infected with scab les during the past year Em rnentiy important that other spates beprotec ed without delay Quarantne on Kentucky effec live JCth instant Proposed aqtiv ty on the part of local au 11mendpdwill result in the control and- radiation of the disease in order thdt the Pedetal quaran tine may be speedily removed W 1f Hays Acting Secretary f It had been the hope of the tate officials and all oilier per sons interested in the welfare off the state irrespective 01 whether they were sheep ow ners or tot that tbis much dreaded measure might be averted And it is indeed aj severe blow to the state for sheep raising has always been ne offii scbief industries j While a most unfortunate state ot affairs exists the sheep growers of Jibe state are not enI tirely blameless It has been found that dipping is a success fulpraventive and cure for the disease and for a time the prac ick of dipping was almost universal butit is a noticeible tactj tfiat during the pasty arfiiinoiir count y as well as pther parts of the State that many sheep raisers have sadly neglected toC tale afty precautions to pruven or cure the disease In their locks Now that the quaran tine has been declared and will soon go inio effect unless sQmo thingcan be done to prevent it which is not probable theptlly hing to do is for everyorie to join in an effort to speedily fstamp out the disease so that the time of the guarantinemay be as brief a possiblej f A Word to theFarmer The farmers of the Bluegrass counties at great risk to tbein elves raised the price of to 91Iand one half to sixteen cents in 1907 aud in 1908 cut out their crop because the American To bacco Company clainped to have a seven years surplus on hand That siirpulas is used up and h 1907 terOp sold at sixteen cents per pound and now when it iis all over but the shouting the farmers of Washington county join hands with the American Tobacco Company jn a LboseLeaf Market to oppose these same faTmers claiming twelveCentspbound r ilWtth seventyfive tereentof- t Burley people pooled we can demand any price say we demand only eighteen cents thatt would bring into Washington county this yeat 800000 more than if sold at twelve cenK t iDRINK J i I2t CMUTn if KtlN luII LLArii InL 3i rc 3 i The Drink that helps you J inki f t IJ IW f Thet Drink of the Fans Rich Red and BrtciJr i f i P Look Good f WIt eSGood i ran Tat tItlsGooI i FAN TAZ The Pennant Winner Ii ftftiiiFAN TAZ The Hit of the Season1 TRY IT ANB FIND OUT iil Its Sparkling Exhilarating at Katie ilertlein Bros JV iCELSS SODA FOUNTAIN + t 441d41 A I1 1798 i Transylvania University v 19091 4 f Continuing i Kentucky University tIs The college of Liberal Arts coeducatibntl aIIP ton College for Women and tile Collegejof Law Y v X s Three campuses embraces 23acres i tThirteen buildings with modern eqmdmenfc i v A Faculty of 56 chosen from the best uniTtrilUM America and Europe 0t t Standardized rective courses leading to11hdr ofABBSAIMandLLB It L y New Science Building recently erected at oo1 V 60000 f feStudents now in httendanc 0l25 fttM tforeign countries 4 Moral influences cultural eayironmeat gc blirIy1 v ideals reasonable expenses 1J The session begins S ept 1373909 Write fpr cft logue today 7t I RICHARD HENRY CROSSELD A 117Pr I r LfXI iIdpIIi r z1 EYES TESTMD Md Mi Russell t1I EWELER AND OP TJC4ir d 1 cssc sswtsuS stlj If farmers are as anxious to make pricesasto take4heml they will get with one of these organizations at once or make one of their owttj the latter would perhaps be better 4 ii you might choose a president froaa your own tanks who would work for Iameinsf ead of salrrjr WA OLEitENTS ife Chairjnan Board ot Bcitrpl raitlR tlJt Both Ik alewlldkilyijr aleJwT il la bottk of Dr B ttka tIGeei lIira1J kiNU1 bsw xterly I AJ awl illI p las 5bruyE sGlJ eytrywbws j 1r 4Ylee5raells Atieptfc w ntdIt 8q l tl1 1Jj t MMoey w Tahi wtVIOaj 6rrig f 1c4 uw4i4 0 Aiir1 JBX1 itbeat oats are the most WJWy growB small xgrain CMP It tf a crop thafJs need adgti every farm fopfeedl cs pecNtHy fwyounjf stock and Iforses I tbe conijbelto Till in a place In ttfc retattartkat Hniiot well be taken Br uy etlMT crop The work of seed W inii harygBtlDg fits In well with the W rk sr jBhiwlng a xorn crop hence Mtfxr probably always wilt be M iMf ertJMUcrop In the corn belt IB ape ilitfe e reaifolis for growing Mti tbiy ff not usually considered to f profile crop The price Is less thus that i corn and the yield usual n Tnp OOP AND POOB STACKS I rjr esnsk1b1y lowfr fost farmers rciiM ot ore bwanse they have to I tap b caiwe ey think there Is any 1 Mee y in Jt If Jiaudled rightly how c jnrer otti nB be made a money crop OM of the most Important points Dtgrowing IIi the seleetlon of seed Jbat Is HdapteiOu tbLipcaIIty Oats ir t cool weather crop The hot jikJsuminer weather of the corn belt ion of ttoe chlgf factors causing low t jrtelds When the hot weather Strikes th oats they blight and rust badly iklany tlmes they crinkle down Had dp not fill well AdvanUf ef Early Varieties The only way tills can be avoided in the corn belt Is to sow early varieties TB ripea before tie hottest weather Ieomes nnd escape many of the troti t fetes tat affect later oats Early va rieties are much less susceptible to rust than late ones are The selection of rust proof varieties Is the only way of combating this disease since nn if like m itit cannot be prevented by I treating the seed I Experiments at the Iowa experiment Btatlon bow nine bushels more to the acrt la favor of early varieties The average of twelve years experiments at Ike Nebraska station gave tbe arly i pats fourteen bushels to he acre ad aatafe in good oat years tljat Is tii with a cool suidmer the dlffer cace la wot so marked In such sea 00S te late oats yielded seven bush to tke acre less than the early while the Kiedlum oata yielded a little aaorei IB bad oat years and in the com beltfour years out of five are bad froffl the oats standpoint the early va rtetl a yielded twentyone bushels to the acre more than the late and thir teen bushels more ban the medium The Medium varieties are more con TeBteBt as they do not crowd In on haying asd cern plowing like the early ones d6 The Use of Improved haying Biachkiery shprtenlng the time re quired for putting up the hay crop 9 however The advantage of early oats la yield will In most cases more than Lake ap for ihe disadvantage of bav Ing the work crowdJ during the first half of July Early oats have another advantag- eSS that they give the clover a bet ter chance Where the oats are not got off the ground until the last of July and dr weather follows as It no often does the clover makes little growth uud is often killed out entire ly With the adoption of a systematic Dotation clover will nearly always be seeded wifb oays so that this is a point that csfnnot bc Ignored Itj is snot advisable to ship In oats from i distance to seed the entire ield Often you can get good early V eecl from a neighbor at little raore than market price If there are no early oats in your community you can send awajrfor a few bushels of a new variety and plant them in a corner of the fiejd by themselves Jf they give good satisfaction enough seed can be saved from them to seed tjie entire Held the next season In tlu northert part of the Cnlted States and in Can ldawbre the summers are cool latt varieties ran be profitably grown Ir Web localities they give a greater yield and n larger plumper oat Preparing the Seed V v Aftertbe seed has likj tn procured the zixt step to get It into shnp tti sow TIlls nieans nlllienj use of tli annlng niin A large percent of tli t outs sown are shoveled ffoiiv the bli faii directly Into the netHltr dost farm f who d fun thejr oats simply ruii H thnjuch once blow out the 4 is and irirt uiid sUve out the weed pays well o nil jthe oatf t tkroughtiip mill o i tbrie times 4 te blow out rfpthe ilit seedI The tt worki e dotie In wtiiei when i e is little vise tof do The light oats that are blown Put are just as good for fwd ns the Iotliti s and the ieavWoiies that sire lei t tire worth sev tral 3RS is iiih f rr seed In ex peritn tft ciirricdnUl show thecom iariitl valiu it lllitjjitid heavy oats be iirh1JQl ylplrtrd fortyseven bush Ad w eft to the acre the medium fiftyfour and tile heavy sixtytwo The differ ence may not pe this great every rime but U will always be great enough Jo pay well for the labor of funning There Is an obJectfoB to usinl the henry oats for deed In that tbey tend toutcorae little ijeaet year This ca be avoided by Introducing pme new seed of an early variety every few years Directions for breeding peed oats will be given In article 7 After the oats are cleaned and graded tbeyi silould be treated for smut Smut black fungus that grows from a tin spore that lodges beneath the iinll when thnills bloom and the kerne open When the hull closes the spore Is hejdjllnjldeinitfl the next season when It spruuw and sends a thread up through tin sjem to the hfd Tifrn the stunt gr vs produc x black mass where the bead u tie Often as many as 15 p- ertttbe heads will bf affected In JIH why These black heads are not nH uutleed so thai the damage Is Usually underestimated The simplest method of treatment 4s to spread the oats out on a tight floor and sprinkle theta with n solution of one pound of formalin td forty gallons of water This amount Is sufficient for forty bnsliefs of oats Shovel the oats over two or three times until they are thoroughly wet and then pile them up dud cover them with blankets dp sacks The fumes from the formalin will penetrate beneath tub hull and kill the smUt spores In the morning the oats should be spread out again and shoveled over occasionally until dry They can be sowed wet but In that case the seeder should be set to sow about a bushel to the acre more as they do not run through as readily This work should be done on a warm day as freezing while the oats are wet will Injure the germination This treat meat costs only about a cent a bushel and is very effective Preparing the Seed Bed One of the most neglected points in oat culture Is the preparation of the seed bed Oats do better on a rather firm seed bed if the field wasjn corn the year previous It will not be neces nary to plow unless the ground Is very hard It should be dlskedahorbughly however to cut up the stalks and pul verize the upper two or three Inches Jt will usually be profitable to let the disk lap half ts this does away with Bridges tnd leaves the land In better shape One harrowing after the disking leaves the ground In splendid shape to receive tlje seed Methods of Seeding There are several methods of seed lag of which the end gate seeder is the worst and the disk drill tlu Lest The two main objects In seeding Sri to get the seed In evenly and at np proximately the same depth The end gate seeder fulfills neither of these re qulreiueuts The broadcast seeder scat tern the seed evenly but It Is covered no better titan With the end gate seed eV since both depend upon the disk for covering The disk drill Is more ex pensive and does not get over the ground as rapidly but it distributes the seed evenly and puts it at the same depth The seed Is dropped In furrows made by the disks and thor ougbly covered so that one harrowing Is all that Is necessary after drilling Experiments show a considerable ad vantage In yield In favor of the disk drill At the Iowa station the average of four years experiments shewed nine bushels to the acre in favor Of drilling over broadcasting From half a bush el to a bushel less seed to the acrcvb required when a drill is used as all FIG vrn HAys GRAIN WELl SUCCEED the seed Is put where It can grow to the best advantage Clover has a bet ter chance In drilled grain The drllr should be run north and south so that the sun can shine in between the rows on the little clover plants- Harvesting the Crop preparation for harvest should be wade by having the binder 1n perfect running order beforehand If arts are not cut as soon as ripe they will al most surely go down and be lost Jreat care should be taken In shocking to see that the bundles stand up tiro ly If the straw Is not too green the hocks should be capped as a capped ibock will shed rain ibetter A shock that standsi Up straight and is well capped will shied a great deal of rcjln without wetting In much It Is much bettor to stack than to thrash out of the shock The outs will sweat some where and they will be of better qual ity If they do it In the stuck Instead of In the bin It has been proved nianv times over that there Is nothing to hi pained by thrashing oats front tbe shock Oats that lucre ben permitted tb go tbronch the sweating process in a well projected iuack are always ot better quality than those which have been hurried into the thrasher F I j1ib N etiYouThtnkOf Ae psis which amiy wenea experience with every mmmtnit mriut the gcatfeao and kindness always associ ated with WMMMlwod teem to be almost a miracle Whde i gMbniBO WO MB rebels against what she re tfds a aturrf maemiry there M BO woman who would ytjUdIy W free from HIM ree rriag period of pain L Ibr Mfff ffvrerlio PnryloUQn makesej irezk iaa ca j iiijrf ifcc woittea rw1 MTjr4M tMtmfri +Jom ram paiR N tabl h r1arky sibdes Iaflaa d mMajj aada an cires fe 4 == an iamted to e sult Dr Pierce ty letter J b Al rTiipfiBaiBM atrietly private and sacredly I Writs widjjH faera d witheirt lee to Worlds Dispensary Medmv Y rkcwf M D Pr idt trliilalo N Y IN M kaI sditeasei aad bow to curdd 21ot Iy tG Dr Phr e to pay dost oiniaflin afr P 4 illustrate doverek4 L 4 r1 r1TNOsoGs1 The Man About Whom thfrWho Sang Was Thinking TV x 7By CLARISSA MACKlEi VV Copyright 40o9 by Associated Literary Press t V i The feather In Maria Weeds best bonnet nodded nikishly ilri3Hie fresh souTh breeze and her goodnatured face was creased into lines of pleasant excitement She took her sear in the buggy beside her tall grim looking nephew and watched him coYeVtly from the corner of her eye When the rapping hoof boats of theI black mare had died outUm the hard macadam road andtheyhad eutercil the deep sand of the wood Murii spoke Had a dreadful nice myptlng to day Anion she ventured We paclwd barrel for sdinii of them poor mlKjiuarIes In Africa wrn granted Anson disagreeably The Mild Viitt her Wilt be coming on by ttft lime ibey get tliaV J arrcl pursued Maria Wood complacently I put In sojue of your winter under wear Ansopttheyve shrunk sos you can never get into them again expect somd poor missI6uaryu Anson ypQd s sucrose countenance jmetvcigriuI I CAME TO SEE DELIA SAIL AXSON AFCKU AWHILE you Pusy Bee women when lie un packs thu barrel uunt Maria A man dotftneed fliinuet in tin torrid zone The1 weathers se changeable now adays you cant tell what Itll Ue from day today expect that mlflslonarj wtl bless the Busy 3ees when he opens the barrel Theyre godly men Anson Wnod and they dont swear Youve beqc down ou tnissipuaries ever since She1 hesitated I Ever since he turned on her fiercely t Ever since Arthur Smith turned missionary reid went to India1 Maria wasrasrdnlsttd Athfcr own temerity in Brlngfng up a tabooed subject Arisons Jaws snapped together as h fixe his ctiid gray eyes upon her Hie bronzed face w5 paie and his itpv werfr white beneath thfc dark line or mustache Busy Bees been humming again suppose he said IB a strangled tone Maria sniffed haughtily We rant help news happents tfsaJt njy fault If the Reverend Arthur Saith has coine home to marry CeltS Lutg12s taotjer wrote to him that CeUa was just Ian gulshlu awuy for Icve nao how thy plays antil sIngs the saHie old song pvpr day ju at 5 ockbafkvAs they eclerccd from the wood road Jhe tinkling notes of an old pJAho ame down the lull toward them From a low white house perched on n green dovpiCelia The Last Rose of Sumder as she had sung It every day for many years Her oIce was lifted In a triumphant strain a church hyuio Adsons lips noved ightiy Its From Greonlantl3 toy Mdun ulan Thats very proper trtntr Is inarjrs wife muiTatiFed Maria vbod aiHroviiprly Tlifryrefofng t married next Tucstlaj atfd lher iiSg right bn1t to II4latteinly bid v Kiontht leavp Tiy irtsvd thflOUSL eCnit i1arU Pk + again IJIflh be ttuti1el use i4 thrrr uni TSo HkelfijHioil of Sier riiJ for irnu VHi Vjey nuhed baltic mjd Anson ieipei1 his aunt from thg7 diirtlage she uitntduin iatui4tiv io 1uon him doht suppose youl gOiiCtbe nked illm usi n she asked shall have to go to New York about tint time he littl prinily theres some machinery j want for the fflrm Mnrli gasped Wow Vork Vpuvp only been there once in irtur life A long week tater Anson iVbod left the trOut and turn lInto the high road that icil toward iiome The sta ron stags giiiiblrd past and left a loud of clMiglDg white dust TIc late iffenniii sui threw king red gnhl shafts ujelilse the rcsiud and he seemed ft wnlkii Iftidtir of lire utitil he en jerjdtlH cool yhade nf the woods pjxe tlrrre his Ktrps rggd wearily jjiid his slnc tinning thoughts covered n liltrer nasta past where lit saw ulmtieif young and handsome and lov Ing amiJUelovetl of Cella Loiijj his Jealousy or Arthur Smith and hfe wl2 oUtbufHt when he learned that CeUa has pouilsed to marry the youii nJLs alojfarjv Arthur Smith hisul gone away to India and pretty Pith Cella had stjtyed behind waiting for the sum moiiis to Jolts her lover The years lund tied and Cellar had growiii delicately fadedvUU sIn waited lleivisister had walled here and there plaiIdly content in her slugle estate paring for no man aupjattractive to noife Ausoui had tried fo stamp out his passion for pretty CelIa but now to day his heitrt w sjas bitter nlthad been twelve years ago j Hecnme out of the wood with set white face dud yjiGa Ahe feachcd the little White hoitso he jMiui ed before the gate QelJa was gone she wis married and Del la was left H6 skYlUgo InI anti talk to Iella Ix ngi erhap8 they I would tajk bot Celia When the grunts shuttqreil door open ed in i sininsc te hls knock Ausou Wood entered land then1 turned toward j u tvhjta field wonian who had ad v It iL ciu 1tiug 1i t see Delia tnso- nafranhii Why you tcnQw Delhi lifts gx he awav shes tmfrrijjft and gone away said telKi hi a low nice Anson leaned heaiHy against the wnlL I thought It was you you that ivas married1 Tve iiever thought of getting mat ried Delias always been engaged to Arthur Smith litheyre very happy dellas slender figure wits trembling with emotion I asked you you didnt deny that you was engaged to hlin Ive heard you singing that song every day Anson paused and choked 1 was very angry tnaf lay Anson you lont rcallae how y iu spoke to me and abou the song sang It for DeIb4sh wanted me o and she cant sing note but shes real sentimental and she used to sit on tim sofa and think of the last time she saw Arthur and Anti what was you thinking about Celia interrupted Ansou with gruff tenderness Who was y5u thinldng about when you was singing the song every day was you thinking shout Ar thur Smith nd lufllas coral strand or Delia or who Celia tnrijdo no reply Her pretty head lroppjpd iMiihdtlcally Anon wd ched her Gossip badlink ed lies name with Arthur Smith If Celia was grieving for any man twas nqt Arthur Smith SOmething beat heavily withIn Ansoiis breast Who vhs you thinking about celia aJJ these years he pleaded tender ly His hand touched her shoulder with sudden confidence Celia lifted soft tear filled eyes fto his and her shoulder yielded to ills touch J in another Instant jtHelr lips met ind Celia had answered As question Curious Proposals Even the harmless necessary cat mby be made the medium of a pro posal A modest swalu went one even lug to the cottage of his ladylove and jfound her seated by the hire knitting stockings a large cat atherfeef After sitting some time in silence he took the j cat on his knee and sAId or rather stammered out Pussy ask Lizzie If shell marry me Lizzie blushed and said Tussle you can tell Jamie that Ill tab1 him Another bashful lover presented a prayer book to the object of his prefer ence w th the words Wilt thpu liavi this mrtn t6be thy wfdded husband ii underlined The book was returned with the momentous words will underlined Dr Thomas Dawson who was cele brated in the last century jdld not propel himself byn book East was proposed to la this way OneJday found nu admiring patient alone sift ting with the famiy Bible before her The physician read the words to wUicts her forefinger pointed the words of Nathan to David Tbou art the man Tit took the hint and married the lady London Standard An Ancient tizir Restorer The care of hair sofar as we know begl h Egypt We are toldIt that during rviga of Tel or Teta which was xiiiyUpe between 4000 a C and B C a hair restOrerI was iaven M for the mother king Matiiitit credits Tetl with a work on anatomy so he may have ben tile author of the topic From a copy of the original which Is supposed to Oe tlie oldest medical recipe the fol lowing translation Is made A remedy jor restoring the hair It yas made f Sjilah thC mother of our majesty the king of Upper and Lower EgiTPt Tetl who has a true voice I The pav otia dog thesecd of the date abs the boot of an ass cook vpfy thoroughly in a pot with oil and anoint witb it At Napoleons Tomb li was iii 1nris The loquacious euide was exhSbltlag to the luteresfeil Yankee tourist the tomb of Napoleon with ai the4 eustomarj tlcurlshes of- l pth auguage mid imnus This immense sarcophagus es claimed the guide weighs forty tons Inside tf that sir is a steel recep tacle weighing twelve tons tttHl In side of that is a leaden casket her meUcally sealed weighting over ttwo tons Inside of that rests n niabbgI any coflip containing the a great nina Fora moment the Yankee was sllen as jf in deep meditation Thou Ia 5ildItfseeins tp me that yotlve goi him all right If ever gets out iable me1 at mV expense Foolscap Paper I Doubtless ninny boys hnd girls who have had occasion to wrle upon tools eal at school kayO wonderpd why this quality of paper Is tiitis called The watermark gives the explanation and a watcrmafk Jis every ine knows Is the makers trademark visible In the paper when a sheet Is hold up to tK light The watermark of foolscap Is supposed to be a figure of itrltaniili supporting a cap of liberty on a pole The resemblance of thp cap of liberty jtp a duiiQe cap led to the common use of tin name which the brand of paper now JjeaVs Culcago News Fishes cfthe Sea ThV players sit In a circle excejit one who presents the sea Eaeji player tikes the name of n fish The sea Avuiks slowly1 outside tlie ring call lug tier cbnvpaniouj CUe by out byI tjieir fish names Each one on lug hpr ijyjnie cnjled rises mid follows the sea When all have thus left their seats the sea begins to ruu about ex claiming The sea is troubled the sea Is troubled theft suddenly seats her self ilie others follow her example as quickly us possible and the ooe left without aiseat becomes the sea Conundrums Why is the wick of a candle like GreejegreaseWhy Isja flue jfcnder like Westuilth ster abbey Because It holds the ashes of the grate grejitj What Is that which a coach cannot move without yet is of no use l plsel b What Is use difference between n light Hi nesewdadauce In nn Iqh One Is a taper In n cavern the other is a caper in a tlivci u A erpwtjig Sundial In the srptiiKl udjuent to Weur worth wistfc ly Eiiii4t N tobe Ziti- t mslou tsift4nlsvhWhs Is cosiposed of a ifms vew ire frr the pin nwii tioc1ft 4it1eii tiaLns fiji litt- Raisititi ru1atcVik PsileihtIg5 It j4Siich wa tiil tsyear ajso uts t Jfli iltr ttittLCu irervntiuu- Li fffllil uftlj llafct af iutijip imulern ct- If THE SHOW OF SHOWS r HORSS SHOW AND iBfPPODROHE Pi3ff DAILY RACES NATP30 AND ills BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIHE WOSKS t 25 GREAT SIDE S80WS ONVFHE PASS 25 Uerefhe finest live stock and the bcstfarsn proucts eressemh1e4Irietidme ts iriend amusement is cmbied with idlorunatbon Show raIi or shI4edny and nighl in flub largest and most tnagnincent live Stock Ptvpicajia the vorlfc Quarter ola filiLIon Will Be llerc COME J LOWRAILROAD PATES4 TOR INFORM ATIONCATALOGV EMTOf BLANK ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones Bldg Lov5sTic Ky Conquering the Weeds A valuable means of keeping under control If1 slut completely extermlnaV litff any toltn of noxious growth Is the fallowing of a rational system of roiuthv crops It will have been ob bred thai the different farm crps appeirto have a sort of aflihity for ccslaiu kinds of wefjjls For Instance T ring grains are congenial to mae tsifd wild utile a fid foxtail frill wheat tiiid rye to coeklej pigeon weed and chess while meadows and pastures eiscUirage the growth of curled dock oxeye daisy and plantain These iTIeis suggest a rearrange iiioiit of c ops such ts sowing spring flinfi on rnds infested with weeds Wittmiti o fall grains and vice1 versa In lu foniier case Hie cultivation re tliilW hi fnnncctiou with the seeding opiiHikins will destroy any weeds that iiMy imve started to grow the previous full lu the little instance the crops wlfi be harvested and Incidentally any foul growth kept from uiaturlngf On pisture3 und meadows where the grrtwth of grass is fairly densk an minis are pretty likely to be sm ther inl uiiU Tlie trouble will be from tiiiiiuiij and perennials lIf a short ImuitJoii of say three or four years bs hittired which Includes a lioed crop following sod these may be heid in check so its to give very little fou bie larm and Kireslde Thq Poultry Yard Lark ot business brings on Hier omplamt in liens Just as It does in men Hpultry brings returns as guIckly as any invesLmeui that can be made Jt is notvuoiigh to clean oat under doneEaoedJobruble and dont bring anything back tilt you have made It its clean as you possibly can Laying hens should nut jbe too fat Think of this when making iip your rations Crop corn from your ration while the weather Is hot Skip feeding at noon while the liens iroout ou good range In summer Feetl j sparingly of buckwheat Hi ijafm woather It Is a hearty fatten rlng feed n Sloppy mashes are not half as good jas those wnjch are a bit crumbly Dont get them too w t Farmf Journal Soil Problems In experiments with soils nail fer tilizers by the Wisconsin experiment station It line been found that on bony lly manured lands there Is excessive lejuhmg of fertilizing materials par tlcularly phosphates which were for nicely supposed to1 Imve been retained in the soil in a form available for future crops Esumlnktlon of the dralnagc waiters shows hint If large amounts of these materials are sukiec1 there are heavy losses which cannot bo regained At same thirtyfive politic ln the state co operatlvii experlnients on soil prnblwus sire being utNile ou the use ofi phusiibatcfj oiKelHy lands 8upplOuienjed by mniiure and other fertilizers Most of this work Is being done entirely by the piruu rs upon plans furnished by time exiterlujit Btutlon Hreeders Gaaetfe Care of Chicksno Above nil tLe truest linporiiuit thing iii poultry nilslng to kdep the chicks fvi from Hce But lit Is just as ira poriaut to give plenty of fresh air Of course chjrUeus earshot grow with titit feed Tjlil should be supplied In abundance yfith plenty of pure vVater If always siipLilkil with plenty of each theije lIttle danger of their gorging themselves provided they are on free nihge Hut there is no rruson Miy they should rust the entire farmv Exer else nmkes the loch hard and con lineinent raales It suit jjnd a happy Smjdlum should be uvrupk between tliese two extremes Give a variety ot feed Incltidlntr milk atu other tab mal product American Agriculturist The Self Running Farm- Just as sure as one suttlus back and ilets things oii the sirIus run thplnselves they will do It and time peculiar timIng about tif js that they ai way one way downhill and they faster than a horse ta trot too The day fur that kind of farming 1ms gamt by It Isclear out of sight in fart It mad g because there so many bright up to dittO farmers who tire pressing things sharply every day that there fs no chance whatever for time tuna who is satisfied to gO along lii an easy slipshod way Dp and at It uiust be the watchword of every farmOr who ox ects to wlii at the present time Farm Journal The Age to Breed Ewes Probably tlie tibet Important time In thick nmiiugvtuent is thu breedihj ensuii says Atiierlnin rkntturist After mm Is sen t eevi s that lie breeds should not In le8 theme one yejir tiliiii never bre d any lambs It dciesiiot pny llnnnolnliy us it de resises tlie Kixe awl runs tin lock iu ciubby small and infemiut animals Tle hrecdliiK season will b jgln Iu Oc olier nnd probably iaSt to Ueci ucS Jflrding to the lambing accommoda lions Holding Juices In a Silo lt Is not well o hold the slla clulces Jin thejsilo They become as acid almost t vinegar Therefore a silo should Tuot have a concrete liner but the silage Hbould rest untho earth mind it will be found in mu h better condition Ithan If tber Is a cniirriUi floor Dowbt fOitlit 4iutinui ttlus uleea ohil add in bsub ralrt upon the Ilrcj ders Uaxette a j THE SAFFRON PLANT It Is Among the Very Oldest of Itht- Vrgetablo Products This particular species of crocus that has front time Immemorial been cultl vatcd for Its dried stigmas n product known tinder the name of saffron Is Crocus satlvus which Is wild from Italy to Kurdistan Saffron may be reckoned among the very oldest of vegetable products being umidcd fp m the Song of Solomon am0ng other spices of Lebanon The name crocus is Chaldean or Greek and was first us tl by Thueophratus o Ersus about 350 C nail that It wits a well knowii and admired flower In Jreece soon afterward Is shown by iSopbocIes whop mentions the crocus of golden beam in his Oedipus at Colonos- Tl eword saffron seems to be a cor ruptton of the Arabic name alzahafa ran arid the prwluct Itself waS first Imported Into England as a spice or condiment bein disc used as a color or dye for silks and other fabrics of the eastern looms SAt n later date exactly when Is not ktown the plant Itself was cultivate Essex1ItrWalden remains In evidence of the fact Again we have in London Sal Iron lull which fnnncrly was n site Included in the bishop of Elys ganler I satIribs Today however siiffron Is but little used London Chronicle SUGAR AND CANDY Satisfy the Cravings of the Children For Sweets Children may eat too much sugar lund they uiay also stay too long in their bathtub or In the creek Vhen they g6 In swimming or gel tunned or a headache from playing too long In the sun or Chilled by staying too long in the open air but is that any sound reason why they sb uld be deprived of sweets sunlight fetus and fresh air or discouraged from indulging in them AH that is needed says Or Woods HutchinsCftt In Success Mugjncine is a little Common sense regulation and Ju dicious supervision not prohlliltinii or denunciation Most of time extraordl narx cnivlng for pure sugar and cast dy which Is supposed to lead tin average child to Inevitably founder himself If left to tile own sweet will and a box of candy Is duo toa state of artlflclal anti nbiiornntl sugar star ration produced by an irisulliciiut amouhV of this invaluable food In Its regular diet j Children who are given plenty of sugar on their mush bread and but ter aud puikiings a regaIn r allowance ofcake niul plenty of sweet fruits arm almost free front this craze for candy this tendency to gorge themselves to surfeit and can usually be trusted with both the candy box nhtl the sugar bowl Parker House Rolls Malerins Three ijilesionhftl pt buturoiiL leaspiiuiifiiL uf stilt unWlnrlf cupful of lukewnruivniier one yeast cake two rupfulH uf new milk one bletiiiKmfur f sugar two egg whites andKlx cupfuls of theist Way of hteparitug Scald the milk hutheradd three cupfuls of flour rfnd liwit for five mlniUes Add th tlissolveJ yeast mush let stand until It Is a ycry Ughl by mass then al the eg whites beaten to n stiff frgth nuh the remain lag Lei rise again until It is twice Its original buk place on your molding board knead lightly and then roll into a sheet halt an Inch thick Take a large biscuit cutter and cut tin dough Into ounds Brush with melted butter fold over mind press the edges together Place In a buttcrcdttpart one Inch apart Let rise until very light and bake In a hot ovun flftepn minutes National Food Magazine A lucko1 a Man Ellen Terry and Mr Balfotir met for the first tlmti at tiltt table of Henr W Lucy In Lomlon During the en suing conversation Mlssl Try re mained strangely slleut Presently the Unionist lender hind to leave for the House of commons und Ellen Terry at lust found her tongue Jle host was relieved to ledj Jljat she lien not been bfliwl Uriti ing bier closet hand down oh the table she exclalmcl withaglnnee tovardhe dooythfOugb which Mr Balfpur had passed Tll think thats a duck df a maul Advantages I suppose you ajq glad to be free again The excouv let sidestepped n trolley car dodged ati nuto and looked nerv ously toward n clnjiglng ambulance Oh of course of course he said But let me tell you a man In prIson feels mighty safe lliHadelphla Led gem v A Oravback Tour ocean trip was pretty iJlcel Bpose j s I ph yes V sis v iol usin ninh suti0 ItiASPh1 Ycs but jiKMLlthe lil bordsi can toil your WnHhibhinhi Oeraldi Caution Extaodinary v test Isv mslltiIarY of iosiri iitsuviri If ietoe lilly im q itiuieht that iunrlftt keeps itl0jcjjdnip in smhlty posIt iso Hurt wJnt liWe itfWaitb ington Star w w I That Lame Back Mea s Kidney Disease And to Relieve the Lame arid AcMnfrBacfc Yoh Must First Relieve the Kidnevi There Is no question about that achingbackconditlonbladderItany way conditiotbydillon And Inure mid aching back onlyIkidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and 1m mlstakable Indications of a more or oftheseand unnatural lassitude and wear ness nervous Irritability heart Ir regularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi oftheDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any anti all affec1 ofthesetheirbeneficialThey regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kid neyz bladder and 1er to Peffect anti healthy condition ven Ih some of the mbst advanced cases Chicago afflicted SQLD RED iROSS DRUG STORE L I jo Oo ooG cxc Large and Sntall Wheat corn and Tobacco Farms level rich and free from stone Large residences arid o barns goodftaitroad connections Can ooffer a bargain at 35 to 60 an a long time payments 6I j BATfliJY BowlinE Green 00000 OOOOO GGO6cOGOOOO O Get tVellII sicyouwis1ogetwe11yotiOf misery and be Kappy again your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right rnedy to get well ItsCardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of lathes suffering Eke you from some female trouble TAKCARBUI F63T Womens ElsI A Sirs FflTinie Ellis of Poster Btiffered agony atm years JEtead her letter abotit Carrlui She writes I sckfor ies1ydiecured Gar ui is a Qodsend to suffering worn rjit- ALL DBTO STOBES Quite Different Maria said Mr RawJIns laying aside his hat and overcoat and rubbing life hands gleefully together you know that for years we have beet wanting to buy a building lot In ten j nedys suhdhfxlon hut couldnt afford to do It on a Tunnt of the hugh prices they ask for land out there Well Ive Just learned fhatQninIan who owns Otto of this best lotrf In that entire nelgblMirhixid sell It for half what itcost him if hivcun get the cash lie Bleeds tho MiQiieynnd canrget It another wyf have a greh to buy It toniorrou morning Ft comes easily within our tireatuss v fdont think you ought to do It Joshjia paid Mrs IJawJIus y You 4lfln hlnki ought to buy it Why notV It would he taking advnutagi ofhls iteeessiiies SI But Mnrlft Besides have Jnpt learnert of n pplendkl opportuhlty tto liny someful nltuA that we 5rgsnn iVaMu yns an advrrilsfhK purlorse nt yi thIrd less tiian t befausrtheyirtrp ovcrstoclicMl itud wuCf afford to east them throusb the season Jd like Jj buy abinrt 52Hi won Ir of parlqr fur tilture WeH never have as good itsnuee ngulO Helng a man oFuxieHent s If contit Mr Urtwllns merely plJYflutiii rsm1nnlon Ucvo In the KiteAi n AiriotiJ tlh dttniisitkstrrrtts of a flpruiantoy ttmiNtu Is h vory ynttv UMir girl tint vtix IK t count rv Vnvi BcrflNt twit et iIeul sit tvsr- usre Urah ien Ir if iu nun lH for Iirzzn emuugett ii rr1itl4t 11Ii rsutcltd loIter tills he r sil hsdriintims bu of tt9 Itflut scry dflte s1tsuiI 1a d sjjve Ijrf ini ftev nun 1tda lthi itttI tint 1itsqtnea hvreil plunk er Tlie tnirr w nbcem- itiiti luir t tin lad be utlauved riet tltb it oLJsefvetit1s t4ce ltittfcuild htenrd eemmslsg frqii t1i lktien Yuursvr4ttiietr 1Oftp i4Cw to ttrt flfniaikrrsiitfl ttieThd kmris tIertIm ofhtct tInqi ihrtitn Lesistwflys W rj ftut hell dis ietther as- tdti 54O S on tiivUjoo bashful yjt niimi kdn iinnythlrig nioro than catF 4PttiiadOiIi1ma irestss A Handy fin Why so sad querigd the young looking at her fbtidly 0h uothlng special only 1 hire trouiUH of niy owu1 sqld tbefrfllli i youne ihltwr sighing iMsJst InxtaklnBnhand Jn them lie sill Kelzlng a dainty palm that vvas vaMiaj Its time Jn her apBc ton Cliche E C DeWUtCo HI want every man and woman wise have the least susplclonthat they are with kidney and bla4 des diseases to at orce write them and a trial box of these nit idH Wt sent free hy return mall poetwJi BY o x acre Ky Jf Axk loV warn A will mind d rc puiu Clothes and the Man ti Man Is h sutje virj a sljvoto hH clothes aidpi here are Tnariy men who dislike wenrluy the nip ylot lies jbrr two conKecntlve dtiyH niire particu burly the necktIe FOr Jhe iirst two or three rliisigs y iu Jcuk af wliph yoii sheet man are bwrye atSd hlswck tie And there Is nsori of iiuilprlylng consciousness jts ou face the itu bi1pg world that our lie must bs shralgh hurl clean tOni new Bur tothls eiiil you must Imy he chcjiptlV a rid thrnv It away with your lnshefor vi iihgHii hid Loiuluu Chronicle a A Curbssity What isv titi nnrldliavc yigsit tlmV bill ft tuned up therWf fqrvovu asked 4iOlu that slghcil titbillioimalre Ii the ashy dohr IIter earne l We understood Iuck e All Had Been USed ia i1jstvhiies exposiionisoff Yep jVijj r nryuunIe tulliR iilago 1btso IIr WMw Wdl K MM an Mi Iby Sitor aIEJNUNL Kidney trouble pre3smpo the limit discouragc5andlessehsa jbitioa Uwrty e ce1vigos and cliwrfuir nese sooti 514psar rTTtli when tlsekueyss Iout of orckr r i eased kKidneytrotbkbs e become so prendMt tliatlfis 6r i IvvVt mon for a Cb114 tebs 4 t = born a1ktid witk seak kidaeys Yths chiWurinatestoooftehiftheiirMe e Mi the flesh or if wizen the child rec iwkage when it should be able to coatroitb passage it is yet afflicted with b iwet ting dependupqzi it ecMMw tie4itt culty is kidney trouble and the Srat step should toward tha tr itim tiBf these importaiitorgaHf TbuMteI MMit trouble ia due to adisea i coittia erf the kidneys and bladder mod not to a habit as most people app9e Women us well as men are snsdeNu able with kidney and ladcjc Wosb anti bout need time same ff i nmttrTime mild and the iauttedMte estt SwampRoot 13 oe re Ha d Mil t H Iff druggists in fifty cent dud onddblkr size bottles You umy have a sample bottle by snail free aba a pamphlet telling nfl about SwampRoot p including ikuy of thetxaiesidImonial 1cUer received fmss sfrrera who foudSapRoo to be ja b mmedy needed In writb Th buesr Co inghanitoit N Y mention thw paper Dot asks say inistake but remember the nun Dr Kilmers SwasipJtopt and the addnt Biaghamton N Y pa crery tbqttle