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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r T Y iTa 1WUI t 4INIMX 11J J jPkcii WEs iyio3 L t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST IIQ I 909r Iito r Ij t 3 c t0 iS J IF TRUSTY PrtACTICAL 1iT jt ENTISTj ke ier RlY k Barber L rc JNdtablprice itilwork giiara3ted SPUGFIETJTD KY T OUR DJREcrORYcj FKrKGr Wj county Ieat lof WaLigtQ Ccm tyiSJ miles south 59 JUile fromte14eXhCtO t i4OiaTUtetiHI Bardttowk br n k01f VliiiTillea t Kaskriiie isUiroad in- a faring and a iKthtral4itriCL tTiroMaak i telbgrph and te Plto11e t ji expceoceJ101otrEiUs amberl jrarttw PayRatiipii 1700 population of tci mtyi500 jj VjUjprUl tatiyela Conjrjjw Ho- nBeiiJknoi1 Bar4town lfJteres tatiYe ir1XebtC 1t 4 are MOM W C McChordJ dlXepce4cRtativt instate ate1iton h Cambellsvlle Xvbi GD Jarvis H tt t4oyrJiIJ l CIRCUITCOURTV plrailt Court begis da the fonrth- gra4ayt Is February May 4Bd Octo if j I H ckiran JudgecR LDairka CoainionWealtk yiRobtANOeC1erk rr if G Leachma 1bst rCola8 hJI er j 1 QUART1RVLOURT Quarterly Court is heldoa the third ilondayint each rnout1 i L r L tseT Judge OUNyQURli canty Coirt meets on the fourth Monday in C4Ch mouth B It4tseyJlotdgeiJ wF Booker County ClerJtnT S JNCayes County A rncySGeorge CatleU1ailuj r Sk1lJeyOlboure Sheriff Saii Amdfertoi I U r DIck Isharn 1JIerbtHrEddl man Deputte of Ed Masters j t J James T Moore Assessor QoBHtYgSkryeypr n rptryan WT Mitchell IeputY ir t RobqtNoe Treasurcr ecM MontgoaieryOOr0fler i J1 WBshv aptot Common iikHOoki eld Ejy i CITY COURT i Ja eji It loe Police1 Judges LJQ1J Grace iMarshal fi tGrlg8bY ity4ttorne L f w fFii4 JUSTICE oq 1 i Jt IfticeCourtsl are ht4 In Jan au t ipri and October = j Jfflurch Directory r MBTODIST CHTJJtCH Rev GS KIng Pastor Ser iJ ices every Snuday 11 atn and pm i SuifdaySchoo1evrySUlidayatlOam Prayers metIng every Wcdmesday aght r CATHOIfIC CHURQH Rev P F HcnneaiTPastor Sirb CbIj f ia3jffl Services at StKose same hours i l J pgESBYTERIAZI CHURCHfi f SResrR E C lAWSon Pastor rPriwejiiBe every Sondayit 11 aXJ- LaaM 7 pffi Sunday chool everyfj mdat it 10 atn Prayer meejin t Y BTY TJulr day evening at 7 x cJock f SBAPTIST CHURCH RexWnt Harriion Williams Pastor Poaching every Siinday at 1a itJ mad 745 jim Sunday School even ii jaay at 930 a ta Prayer meeting fcylTBJwdaY eveninjtJit TSSbciocVI r J I CHRISTIAN CHIJRCH f Rev VlF Wolf Pastor rfl first arid fourth Sunday SundayI IS tc 4JIf fkv JL r t j PratetBal Ordersi VTV I MASONIC iQDGK Spriiigflcid Jodgt 3Si r nPa 11flth yWaski gtoBR A Chapter1Jo 1eet eyerjr second TaeedaT 4Iiic1v onrtliMou4ay 5e- t l t utr i VHI Jt8- rr Crearn Vermifuge TIE WMUTEEI WORM KREMEDYr I NLUW FAMT yy I5ow IC9T LOU1 Mc RED CROSS DRUG STlfe i w ij w ia I4 1 11LNLW =113ADER h f f 7 Died At Ashland Th tjj Mr 0tho Adams formerly of this county died at the home of Jbijs JK UV Robert J Mams it Aslilandi Kytjast Fridy Aug Gi i90 general debility The de 79 years old t had lived sejwasi Christian life apdl j was citizen Hedied fortified 07 the last solemn rites of the Roman Catholic church His wife who was Miss Emiy C Montgomery of WashingtdnL county and a 111ece L Montgomery of Memphis Tennessee preceded him to theff hgraveTHiemainsthis city Saturday evening and takenMrs Bettie Abell Funeral services were conducted Sunday h morning after which his ren mains were taken toSt Ivos Or burial Lebanon Enterprise If you have pains in the back weak kor any other indication ia weakened or disordered condition pf blDeWittsight away when you experience the St sign of kidney or bladderl corn plaints but be sure that you get De Witts KidneV and Bladder Pills Wefe know what tljey win do for vouandayou will send your name toEC DeWitt Co Chicago you will re elve a free ttjal box of those kidney and bladder pills They are sold hereby Bed Cross Drug Store Postmaster Arrested j th- The following special from Cincinnati O appeared in the Courier Journal Wednesday aJHa blPhl elMarlOnofficers believe they have solved the mystery of missingv registered mail that hs recent p1YtIatled loInoisChicago Ill have been miss ing letters registered by cutote irs I IhT romeri detailed by Chief ofctnehim today of the arrest of the uPqstmaThey report finding a large number of letters containing ch cksa drafts and cash addressed tod Chicago III Smith is charged of 9ithl missions a1et Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs JennieSearcy admx efcj Plff EquityjJOhh a a ceed to offer for sale at the Court I House door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 23 1909 at 2 oclock pm or thereabput being ount3 cpurt day to the highest and est bidder at public auction upon a of 0 and 12 months the follow ing described property tqwit A house and lot situated on the North side of Math street in Spring 4d Ky andbonnded as follows Be ginning at corner to Christian church l lot in Main Street at a pointin the inner edge of the pavement 77 feet rom the corner of Main and Walnut Streets thence with the said church lot and at right angles with Main i Street and parallel with Walnnt Street 201 feet to an alley thence e Easterly witlfsaid alley 186 feet toJ corner to Mrs Lizzie P Lewis and JoibnW Lewis property thencej with tewia line at right angles with said alley 201 feet to Lewis corner atl the inner edge of the pavement on Main street thencelwestwardly with Main Street to the befginning And jeinr same property conveyed toMrir andrwife1901 and recorded in the office of th clerk of the Washington county court inDeed Book 48 page 146 For the purchase price the pur chasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearidg legal interest from date of sale untili paifl and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared comply promptly with these termsfM G LEACHMA M 0 W C C A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived tosa good aid age and consequently have kepthealthy The best way to keep healthy is to see that your liver does its duty 365 days out ofJ365 The only way to do this is to keep Ball rds Herbine n the house and take it whenever your liver gets in active i 50cperl0ttle Sold by Red Cross Drug Store AnnouncedEngagement Mr and Mrs Ben Johnsoq an none ihe0ngpgement of their daughter Eeoecca Coy to Mr Daniel tftflbott The wedding will take place ia the fall I Narrow Escape I i c Of Mr John M Hall in Runaway lAccideptj r The fpHowIng which we take from the Lebanon Enterprise j l will oe of interest fo our read ers as Mrs Hall is the wife ofa Mr JottnM Hall a rural route carrier and their many friends i rejoice that she was not serIouslyc injure lMrl four children of Springfieldc ad a narrow escape MondJYc hey were en route to Saloma to visit relatives and stoppedat he big spring pear the piket on the young place two and aii 1t miles south of Lebanon ow occupied by Wat Cook for he purpose of resting their IIs horse and taking a lunch which they had brought along withal them The buggy hose was a the old family fnag that VaSs thought to be as gentle as could e and tone of the younger chil thdren under the directions of the mother got out of the buggy get and took the bridle off the horse r the purpose of Iletting it morsel of oats and corn eatI dreaming that tbe horSe undertake to fUn away To the Mr great surprise qfr Mrs Hall and the other children who were sitting in the buggy as soon as the bridle had Jpeen removed e old family lunag turned abruptly around upsetting the vehicle and started for home The children were thrown out nd Mrs Half caught under the gey top Her clothing was M- ntangled in the front wheel and hewas being dragged jto great injury or sudden death when the ca- ehicle collided withJa telepone ostand the shafts were broken L ose Mr Joseph Estest the mail carrier on route No 4 came along about this time nda3S1SJt1 Coder perilous position uuder the vehicle She war taken to Mr ooks borne aiTd hjr injuries b dressed where she remained w ntil later in the after noon when r5 Charles Mardis of this citYfb cousin came for her apd C and brought her and her chilP ren to his home here None the children were hurt but all had a narrow escape Mrs Ball received painfull bruises will confine herAto her room forseveral days if aSettendedspecialist could not be cured of stomn ch or bowel trouble any quicker ortsurer than out baby if you give it McGees Baby Elixir Cures diar hoea dysentery and all derange meats of the stomach and bowds Price 2Scland Sold by RedCrosI Drug Store sDoubj iuterestIingb August lltb when by a ceremony performed by Sing1elr Daugherty the destinies were initedoMtss Maud Oekerman and Mr Seymore Poulter and l Miss Estelle Poulter ant t Mr Will Ockerman the bride and groomtiist mentioned being t sister and brother respectively to the last named couple Bard stown Standard JIiWitchI Hazel Salve when you ask for it There are a great many imitations but there is just one original ThisI alve is good for anything where a salve is ne bed to be uSed but it is i especially ffopd for Riles Sold by Red Crpss Drug Store A Home Educator The local newspaper shout be found in every home say the Western Slope Criterion ofr Olathe CQlNo child will grow up ignorant who can be taughtto appreciate the home paper It is the stepping stone of gence in all those niters youtiiJbe children learned a foreign in bojks paper Give toII contains not one word about any J person place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps ever heard of and how can you ex pect them to be interested But let them have the home paper 1c ancfread of persons whom they meet and places with which t they are familiar and soon ant interest is awakened which in hetlocalreading is formed and those Will read the paper allt their lives and p come intellit gent men and women a credit to their ancestors and strong in- heir knowlege of the world as it Itistit tlTh884of twQkihds conceit and the big eheadche Does yonr headever feel like ffoardand your brain feel loose and ore You caucure iitinnotimfe by at acting on your liver with Balla J Herbin e IsnH it worth trying fte absolute and c rttin relief yOuIt Store Sold by The IL Red Cross Drugt Draws Farm n Mrs Belle FMyers wife of WP Myers was one of the successful ones in the Coeur DA1I ene landS Drawings this week to The Oovernmbnt is throwing pen 3 reservations and on this re servation there are about 3000 home steads of 160 acrcs each Over 105000 people filed applii cations for farms and the lucky ones chose in the order drawn t rs Myers umber was some thing over 1500 Several other d persons here navel flied appli Lebanon Falcon ife 100OO Years Aio Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived no 0000 years ago when lift wal nonstant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as Hboton by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly disease If it bad nOt for Dr KJng phichlived he writes suffering as I 41c1m from a severe lung trouble and stub rn cough To cure Sore Lungs olds obstinate Coughs and prevent E- Chetmomia its the best medicine on earth 50c and 100 Guaranteed by cHaydonfree She Told It All Please state to the C rtexJctly what you did between ight and nine oclock on Wed c P1esday5morningI o a delicate lo oking little voPman on the witness stand j Well she said after a moments reflection Iwashedmytwo children ands got them ready for hool and sewed a button bi- iohnnys coat ndrnended Nellies dress Then I tided up my sitting room and made t or ledsl plants and glanced over the r morning paper Then I dusted my parlor and set things to rights in it and washed some lamp chimneys and combed my babys hair and sewed a button on one of her little shoes and J ntryandchildrens Sunday clothes arid wrote a note Johpnys teacher asking her to excuse him forI not beingto school Friday Then I fed mycanailybirdund cleaned off the breakfast table and gave the grocery idftii an order and swept off the lack porch and then I st down and rested a wtritnucs before the clock struck nm Thats all Ah ail the rluz d lawyer Excuse uic Tulg r must get my breaM before I cull the next witness sEx 1 4trOR SALE YA long yearling Short Horn Bull registei ed J R Wharton I Springfield Ky 7OYears with Coughs withiAyesl 1 zdence in it for coughs colds bronchitis weak throats Jfyid weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experience j youjNoa1cohoiin this cough medicine JC5AyerCoLoweIJMau zativeiAersPiUsUvegetabl4g CONVENTIONS i Held Saturday to Nominate Candidates for Magi C trate and Constable to Last Saturday was a day of considerable impprtancs to the Democrats of Washington cooqE y as Democratic candidates for P the office of Magistrate were nominated in the respective distl tricts at 230pm The greatest 01 harmony prevailed in all bett conventions there being a con st in but one namely the die composed of Sprio fieldt1- JNo9andFrtider1ckstownil pre cinctsin which Mr JAMed ey and Mr J w Willett two Oftl the most pppuiar farmers of ese precincts opposed each anther There was much inter st manifested iic this race not oojy Iil the district itself but in the whole county as well Severgt hundred voters of the district we ein town and demonstrate olotboseHItocasthe pjirty thatthe old Demotratic co spirit is npt frozen in their veins and that Democracy is daeitherI these banner precincts It was at truly Democracy in the old time way The convention was called order promptly by precinct t committeeman FM Cecil anda Mr S J Anderson was elected ana permanent chairman and Geo Mclriiire Secretary by a puani Xoofe mous vote Each candidate vas Sjtand the crowd had divided into hall Frwhenfrfrom the race and moved that the nominaliion of Mr Wlllettbe word ouadewe Reynolds was then unanimously un uiUittedforGjostable There nlng no further business the convention adjourned To the district composed 01nco Springfield No 8 and Pot sville recincts convention was call day edto brdpr by precinct Com tel em n F B Noewno wits made permanent chairman and ent Smith secretary Esq C0 John W Gordon being the only tel thandidateinated for Magistriate and 0 P the fed Guode for ConstablerI-n Springfield Nt 9 aud Kelme leys Shop the convention was called to order by precinct wiommitteernankn and Vym R Selecman wasan anhosen10 Campbell secretary The only candidate was Esq John 0 w Liliution who was unanimously nominated ital Mr Thos Comstofik was nomipe nated unanimously for constable ta In Moorsville and Bruh Je the Grove district the convention was called to order by precinct to committeeman Jas Wall and h Merritt Mojitgomerv unanimous styMagistrate f Resolutiofjs werej adopted inc the convention commending the pI excellent official conduct of all ti Demtcrrtic Judiciall and county officers and indorsing all tie Democratic candidates A Contentnd Woman tis always found in the same house jli with Ballaru8 Snow Hmment Itpt keeps every member of the family rItIfree from aches and pains it heals cuts burns and ecalda and curesi y rheumatism neuralgia lumbago andsl all muscular stiffnessa a25cold by Red Cross Drufr s tesWoodlawn The health ol our community is good with only a few excep tiousf t The farmers here have about l caught up with their work crops are looking fairly w 111Ij Mrs Miller of flardin county is visiting her brother Mr K e K J pgahr of this place Mr Elija Brown of this placetJ is visiting Will Brown near Springfield IThe childfens day exercises were grand and all parts wei well rendered Mrs Tea Hardin and children of Mooresvifte are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W Q Elli this week Mr Marion Tucker and mother of Louisville are visit ing Mr Je Humphrey at thisn place 3Mrtobacco barn for JMr Charliej tharterC5Ve1lmake an honest living work day ing fnrhei L N Coandjo still acting as agent for Will S coailhaeoplej that Ifxthey want anyttrees from his nursery send me thetr7 jurdersmeypromptness WVO Ellis agent Miss Dessie Weekly has re ern rned from a visit tp bar- ro parents at Mooresnlle1 and has Twa resumed her duties in the Kot ing ro mat Green Brier I Mr j ewis Mossand brother itsdi ting Rev J E Moss of this place who is bur pastor Farmers are threshing their iie raIn this week Johnnie the little threeyeaj are d son of Mr and Mrs Gltat eynolds is in avery precarious T tiondItionr to recovery Sf4fMrs Parson is visiting her ughter Mrsyjas Catsinger the surBrushal are tjoEveryWho has tried Dr Bells PindTar Sie- soney for coughs colds laprlppe or may y throat or oronchial trouble Get may bottle today Sold everywhere for the Bellon the Btjttle cable outher Lie Insurance come cbrEditxrialthe om time to time there comes along aholbstantial testimonial of the Souths eqlfinancialthe constantly increasing in usage in ing r vocabulary Opportunities that porreholheededdownLangUldinriifIerencemore freJar quently than formerly gets a jolt from ply aggressivenftss and the Southenubusj ss world profits as a result of the en untertthem A striking illustration ot this latter tendency to curb suspicion of nm prise and welcome Southern progress who came recently with the announce ment that plans are under way for theins organization of a great life insurance jecmpiinysin Kentucky It is significant that fthe- e proposition has been received bybu as senously as it was launch bubyul even five years ago the announce nt would have met with scant wel large grmethe ceived with a cordiality not unmixed intthi of benetitifor both Kentucky liodthenal friend it The moment the swaddling clothes there ripped off the Citizens National W fe Insurance Company an organiza which is to have 5000000 of cap stock and 5000000 ofsurp1uses ople began to lift up their heads and p a cykepatterapromoters from every section 0ttlion IB South actually wishing Godspeed mo the enterprise That the interest 138 not been limited to merefy verbose sentiment is demonstrated by the sub antial financial support proffered with this every arrival ofthe mail The man who is even more than a sual student of current events is im ressed when introduced tq the magni ude of the life insurance business in the United States Out of apparently tewildering volumns of statistics he can readily gain however a conception dazzling in impressiveness ana ularly useful in an templa ionof the real meaning DixorHHerritory south of the Masonand ine of the establishment therein roosedCitizens National Life is well to bear In mind that the East in particular has until most recent ears enjoyed who may almost be de- cribed as ainonopoly of the liteirisur nce business While Easterners have rawn with tremendous profit to them the money from Southern policyholders they must also be credited WIth possessing increasing faith in life insurance In 1873 the total amount m reported to the New York Insurance Department was p086027178 This total had increased at the end of 1008 to 106237837851 New York City a life insurance assets aggregated in 1908t basdpopu t ance issets in 1908 of 260000000 Montpelier Vt has a population of 7l 000and in 1908 had liteinsurarice assets of 44000000 46428 per capita These figures how verdo not convev their full significance until contrasted with Louisvilles aggregate life insurance assets in 1908 of about 2000000 with a pooulation of about 250000 There is no end to the evidence tha elife insurance business is profitable for a community We are wont to turrit eternally to New York when we study things financial poe prominent New York nYtwty yiiart no fe4 a little over 16000000 ofze Its statement ahowesd ass ts in 1908 of 236OOO9QOand the aets haveprob vHy increased to about a quarter of a in u SUDSCDDII M Jt0 billion of dollarslodayr Foufprbmf eat metropolitan Iifeiniurasee ctpanics in 1908 had atotalincocsieo1 37837183 Allowing three IU rN days for the year this means that these four compahiesalone pumped l rough the arteries of New Ye tc itys financial and business system st year upwards of 1126000 every Indianapolis which is Only a littte er 100 miles from Lduisville has something like twenty life insurance mpanies and the business in Indiana s been growing very last r The amount paid for life insurance premiums in Kentucky last year was 275822 and the South is now pay g out for life insurance about sixty illions of dollars annually Kentucky should have Abig life in sdrartce company Itis the first South State to offer to policyholders the guarantee of a compulsory reserve do- sit law The statute now in effects enacted March 24 1906 Jt provides at every domestic life insurange com pany must deposit with the State Tree surer for the security and benefit of all poiicyhoVlers an amount equal or greater than the ascertained net cash value of all such companys policies in force It is worthy of note that then who iotucbt for this law were the managers of the Citizens Life Insurance GompanVjandihe same gentlemen whb now promoting the Citizens Nation Life she plan in brief of the Citizens Na nal Life Insurance Company is first merge into it the Citizens National e Insurance Company As already indicated the same men who durirg past five years have made Ute in ance history through the exception development at the latter Company guiding spirits ot theneworganiza n The further purple of thenew company is to takeover other compan of the South and elsewhere which decide to discontinue business or find It more profitable consolidate with a company of great strength There seems to be nothing impracti about the plan not does it appear where anything but advantage can to the policyholders and stock holders Of the Citizens Life or apy other npanies which may be merged into new company No doubt the stock ders wilt see to it that a thoroughly uitAble arrangement is carried out for xcnange of holdings in any exist company ofstock in the new cor ation It is pointed out to policy ders of the Citizens Life in particu and the same conditions must ap to the policyholders of any other company merged into the big company that the consolidation will mean to insurance in one of the stronKpst companies in the country and for that tter in the world There are purchasers of life insurance do not care particularly for a big pany Some on theother hahc will Ure in no other kind but no one ob ts specially to a big company when leekirtg lire insurance protection Time new company win not only secure siness from those who are conteat toy insurance from a small company t to those who want to purchase very or even small policies anddemaad eat financial strength it will stand severest test But there is a deep erest and significance to the general public in the organization of a ten mil n dollar insurance company in the South and an added local inter stwhenJ iiis considered dthflt KentuCk WI e home office of the company beIt I k Gregory president of the uidinggeniUS1es ny has in a recent letter to the pdli ho1dera Jl of hIS own company caned rticular attention to what might Jbe styled the Southern phase of the sita The points cannot be well seated e clearly and we quote from his letter The tremendous power gained Southern people in the organization byll company is the check it will put fi the e lfFAew fLIS a14 M m life iissureee pi J4 ir 4South to the NenItU4 I hL t rI coaftsteativ Uiat1IiiIwHI bSINeL Ntb thas5iv- for the South v The South w ee tuiff to UM oIiluis iaakinjc more prngrtM UMUI 0 eton f the esestry tb Jpie iMve beta awak to tM irest y J power they hey boee they IIIIII1i tgather Take otheriliustof l ifthe eotUn mills fee bist 7 c South OftCeHIttiia eoUDrta New B land There it wee aeubedserft back and sold at a geoj ps The SoYith paid the fmrfrt toNsw 4land on the raw metevial ytkt freight ba k on tite fciittud pg paid the manufacturer inNew the goods bejidUdawl m taffuVHted to say Qthuy rf thi AIOBS awl millions ofdfcMnf JefeUffiM tpay Northern labor ITil itii iliMM the o rot this Tile capital IcottonI years I ercMed to tiwee bnMire4jtfb 11Dsl people of UM Sooth at tp tcottonsome do jiot yet appreeiitle lit wfas ItmeprobeUydo not bOW that CYCLy pease thiI1Mxpefieeced in ysers a bs cMiw and stOped by ieoW exep people who raise cotton area And they arc bejniMiiif to1CAnd like wite SovUieni people are bi fUlrafteei f MTMthmgth f now is to have a eompmj JU k theJrnenibusiness Ji cm apes citejust what tha mccacj Attbettm the Citizen Life w o PftiiSMb Southern life incnrcais r bed practically qo bmians om tttcnf b4 Hs 1 Yoa may WtMj Mi7JL tell yautMt the Sseth epstoday are carrying aCM fy praeetatutJbillions of dulkrs of Mfe icMnace Ut ambuiit is stspendccMt yetvit k cs l7 about a per cent el tM teta1 Iit ituisorance earned IB the tUoited States Thabgbanks9fthNestkaad 1phavebeen built up largely byIffe isMMr if ance moiiey with the erth set HMte v years paying the frciciiL asrtwer and the banks themcehrcs Jve ia t m t oeen a powerful faeter aibecoeii trcial developmeBtef li North Mid lastYet the South Myjfmlt uiob muAy each year in peesiae fet Mciissjppce to build up OftHof the stvoccclt hMi 0 m the world iin tkeS5iULM flT The business aeco cites aad the iPHcpHs i of Mr Gregory Mr Belci Dtwi Mr Charles 0 Peatde apd IhcirtitcrassiHs menw cfr stevisg icjcWtsJMMhf frr vthe success g tliic jfftot ecAcrpnce have confidence iist their ihilitjr e eccry it out Kentucky wiU apPuiMI Mi every good recae to tfc kcnieif Mt beinc weteutcompaay Bat gr c4cct feeij Pige to the largest jmstccr by eltSouth lMtIllaWe to iey pesed e asio one more treat aad powerfol Vfmtwa dcctUMNi logo thwwffc r to come ae a ueamit W i Southland iltyelcimciit seWI Chessle 5f4y- 5ISAre easily terM wkl iusbmaEagle Eye Salve It k pise a h arlees gearati 25 a bs Sold everswkw t i i S4SI i Pile Farati I TSOne hundred ai4 tijrriiacre of good farIng Iuad 8 miles from Sting45aad 11 milK from Williabirg jwt route Si mot alll ip fitiM fan good new QUit OM eontetofoc 8 loomtIOO clock bc m MI acre tobacco barn two orcb r Hs plent beaM jpoftte aad pIty stock water ftftjr Kr i co4 tobacco land premW all kt good repair wad in biffe s wO pultivthp aatIt good neighboood cIs Is church and ICbAoI pwftw particahara apply t J ji lJJAcotiILpflcr c Ji ll T Y Y FrederieKstown ry tifj i i t Saturday ugUt iiJt The raembPr8of Holy tPriniiy1 church ioYiU all toib annaul picnic oil the shady groaqda Sttrro rofchurch at the Burg d k i sNumeroos AttractIos tctjWill m kjjttdt ofurp iinnooersosII i and old Avline h9piousdiieer wilL s D1 ofrefresbment8 rf the healthy ki I b Order and qu efr will be gearanteed M of fornatr j 5S TM Best Brass Bad iir the will delight all with tb4r meic frOIIO N litt f j ndtrMl enllvn the r p InaDtta string t 1a O J orev P i I 41a Bt1std enjoying adayot fu joe utUb d- 5QJj I itcause 1 coIdsAi 4- whhlbigin JD cto th1iwiW s sai d Ill the 1llijrent l g TftECQMMITTEEt r r I 1T1 W w mlfADfdl JfllJILDX 3 lIE f L n Ps1sisri C I1LiJiY LUO 1 N DSNI TkkM c Pr CIdt JbltEeL jL THURM4I TJOUXAX tmaty 33TaUTfl yAiayT L MAY- EsitycrkwJI i7 Otn Ot CJd BOBT JCOE J A1IPDu O itstJ W BUL1 3airGb p QATIITT aMLSW T ITCHLL Con rDK W L cUE 3aveprW OtHIm J 1 the p pIlitlel s a s aN Pttli lWGw IIJYnriC wn 1 wrntt pdag1eId 1o 10 asi j lItoptJO PoHn t JVCIRSJi S I i JHU IoWBilFiaji J 1 Wo Did List f t jFMy lS f BiWtom ttia the au yotn rfifctf to ehroaiclt the death of r oM whoa Iii s Ro abroided in ftf al tiaf Basill 1ee=uto died iin t lfa iBM cottoty jMit of pr the bork itoiMHw 6i this e4 nty Mr t sy4o wu bon1 In Nelson t jo4y gfcty fira jtari agorr Hta parwaU cmft there irom arylftaA aIM eatJtpartof tMtlI1 century and i W rt IC the Mrly settfers ofr tW iomnty and It WM they who rp rotaMd tka farm and built the Jbrfck bowe where J4r H ydon WM liTi wbwa hi died Basili j WM OM of twtlTt children ipjht boyf and four girls Off tiMKiria two entered the con Ve t at Lotttoandoflet St CatlMrmlM the other marriedI Mr Hamilton and was the Kbftr of Mr Alex Hmilton ad Mrs 6 j Robertsoflj Sr- Bwl el thM place Haydon ffrew to men hood itks comity of his birth awl DeTer wandered far hon thi plaai biablrtbHe was 4 otdat St Jpepbs College at BariUtown In the early ikys h miagled in the highestt oelety and wa4 very cnltnred IB iatetiot awi badsome inwper OII H lived as other men and ai1wii with them until aboUt C the ope of the civil wa when s withoat any apparent reason aad witboat dwclosinf to anfr i OMD motive he suddenly went Into rMireMent and for thea ree albwMtrQtbll dsys he lived lie of a hermit During tbi long period of nearly a half cersIIbe idbmiwtry a anyone if he M whir he lived wi built faivfcei early colonial style ofi 0tips flays ituted on his farm elf Ocre far from the road ibe JNiy to which lied through a aiBii fort Here far hun lb iiftddmf crbwd he was Qon itjil apeoa his dnya never IiifVa hi roon seldom talking to aiycxi The only onson tie lice beeidee hinlself was air toge Borders and his wife who jiyed imi the house with k huM aaelnanaKed hla affairs for f toipl In hw habits be was very picmliar aftd Ortig the hottest days of the year ptlefi r Iwrmii in the great fire placr jflKipt was the Stans motive and wlMLt led hist to choose Litraigat t eyeirl i known for this secre otTS lile1s baried with h iWif ftf was tone y6w Wken to live 4 J i thish1sdet lileltwu faithfull iy kftpt Though separated ffgpttw world nd scarcely liv y f t Mg i it he knew what it was if f itoiafc iaeyery land Fe wael 1 well imformed oo all leading i 4MfcicMM of tfcel Id ay ad con riie4 iatelligeotjy on all su- bL1 Q tb few whohad tv 1ll fririe ee pi bi1a admittedi it r MM pree e Chough neve rII MMiMlie was am ardent Dorao fif 1J ook an intense TIar pclh lsuojvct I11trjhaltr ha4his farir Il an j 4Fwa is1 mads moev lift hia rwcsiH4jdp4tksb4mMc1eof d 111 lar nut it klj1i lr 1 WbiiFtdisaib Ime to cloe t Siaa4os l o WhO had bees j 10 W world for nk JIIIIII 1 fm i siII Ahl Lt9 1 lmI Tfcaa j4 Funeral rrioM wre cott dactyl at FrtdrickiitowJft So dty tf Be father Pi terf am 1 dtbe rwoins were laid to rest in St Joi phs cemetery at Bards town Thus closes the final chapt f ia the life of a man whose acts 1MEorhr can judge for Ihs motive WLS fcnownonly to him H1f a i bis Sayior HOwSThia- w offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that coHBOt be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co oi9i- We the undersigned have known Fi J Ckemejr for the last IS years and belifey him perfectly honerable tin if 1 business transaction and flnan ligaltitmstK nnau Marvin i Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Caiarrh Cure is taken Inter Hallyr acting directly upon the blood and mucbus surfaces of the bottle old by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for co stipation i yfrr V i Litsey t MrS J I Martin is enter taiuin a house partyfor Miss Adeline Cox those attending are Misses Emma Jenne Corine Muliin Georgia Cox of Louis yule Mary Logan Neale of Qovington and Messrs Arthur Stockholf Wl11 Jenne George Knoff Francis Knoff of Louis ville and Wm Martm of New York Miss Virginia Goodloe and MissIEllen Qrrepory Sunday IMiss Elenor Reed is spending the week with heir sister Mrs Clarence Adams at the Grundy Home iff Miss Francis Litsey visited Iher sister Mrs Jas R Clay brooke Thursday MfUharlie Litsey spent Sunday with Jack Reed Mrs Arvin Noe and Mrs Will Thompson visited at the Grundy Home one day last week Mr Herbert Hardesty is ill with typhoid fever Mrs J R McAIister and Mrs Lizzie Anderson of Fen wick visited J O rolin and family Thursday Miss Addie Willet spent a fftw days this weeks with Mrs Lizzie Logsdon Mr Frank Willet of Louis yule will arrive Sunday to spend week with his parents Mr and MraJ P Willet Miss LylUs Thompson of In dinapolis Iud und Prof Stith Thompson of Portland Oregon and Mr Litsey Adams of P r rpdsburg are the guests of Mrs Alice Thompson J Mr Hugh Brown Gregory spent Ilast week in H rroa burg Mr Caldwell iis building a to Occo barn for Mr John Grigsby Isspendeing the week withjrelatiyes in Springfield 1 Prof Clarence Adams and wife of the Grundy Home visit ied Mr Leroy Reed last week lMiss Lavenia O Connor enter tamed several friends Tuesday wejeMissesReed Alma Vanarsdale and Su sie Edginton andi Messrs Edd Litsey John Pplin Fred Va nardale Cius Litsey Davison Reed and Pete Shehan Miss Eleanor Reed entertained a number of friends Thursday evening those present were Misses Mary Logan N aleDel1aJ Ray Gregory Emma Rose Polin Sarah Keed Harvey and Alma Vanarsdale find Addio Willet and Messrs Frank Yankey Hen ry Gregory Jack Reed Mitt aPdltr fIA CoughA Cold r l And then HO telling what unless you use Dr Bells PineTarHoncy It is the bet ask yoar neighbor Look for the Bell pd tile B tt1ejOi ii p 1- 1IICOME Iit 5 t 1 rfr wp9It l I To TE SPRINGFIELD lAIR 1 t MaKe ouiStorer your topping place and headquarters while in townI l i r IVfff i t fa il fr il 1 r 41r i c II We are now prepared to show jou a more varied assortment pf r R Ftk GENTS AND LADIES FURNISHlNGS tTI- I THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN o fU J Neckwear Dutch Coflars Barreltes Back and Side Combs i Dutch Collar Pins Belts Hosiery Gloves 3 IIladies Shirt Waists Dress Skirts Muslin Underwear and Hydey grade HeatherBloom krtsrI dII 11fI Fall Clothing have received a complete stock of Hart IIWe Marx Suits for Fall from 18 to 30 B Cos Weilworth Suits 7 50 to 2000 celebrated Perfection Suits for Children I1The and young men for Children Knee Pants Suits 400 to 1000 and for Young Men 750 to 20 S three lines represent the very best of style IIThese V I Shoesr I Weare also stocked up in the newest shapts and styles luMens Womens and bhildrens line Shoes for falK Being sole agents for Mens Florsheim and Douglass III Shoes Womens Krippendorf Dittman Cos fine Shoes Childrens celebrated Smbock1 Shoes I Spring and Summer Clothing ens Spring uits worth 2500 for 1500 Spring Suits worth 2000 for 1250 IMI Spring Sajts worth 1500 for 9 QO c a I I 11IIa d Fnwick r As ihere is no correspondent from this place for theJjeader thought I would dropin a few items The farmers are very busy preparing for tobacco cutting a dwheatthreShingMiss has return ed to her home after a weeks visit to her sister near this place Miss Alma Fenwick and Mr Wallace Adams attended the fair Harrodsburg Saturday lastrMiss Margaret Logsdon and brother Bernard were the pleasant guests of their cousins Mary Rose aud Harry Janes of t his place Wm Nully and family were the guests of Mrs Napnie F nick and family Sunday list Sevejral oft young men who called on their girls Sucday were compiled to stiy away from home on account of hard rah and high water Rev Begley its spending this week with his brother near White OJk Mn Lloyd Fen wick and fami ly spent Sunday with MKDick Shewmaker and amily A VitalIP i ioThe most delicate part of a ba b is its bowels Every ailment tha it suffers with attacks the bowels al so endangering in most cases tbs life of ihe infant McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhptra arsentiy andallderangenieTitof the stomach or bowels Sold by Red Cross Drug Store r 111tt t BUILDINGo I Anice brick dwelling ivitii nIl modern 1 conveniences r an upatOdate BrIck business house is worth just twice as much as a frame structure of the same r Think this over and should you want f ito build come to see us and talk itover J KKUEGER MILLER f Builders of the Baptist Church Ji u a uf Hardins Chapel H S tiitsey spent soy1 IMrsdays last week withb ir daughter Mrs J M rewerI Mr John Paddocks bought 61- Logan Anderson amareforiqO MrRoy Fenwick of Lebanon Junction is vlsitmpr his paients Mr and Mrs GoW FeiHvick thia week Miss Francis t itsyy spent one1 day last week with lher sistary Mrs JR Clajbioolie neur this1 place x ft jMiss Ada Fenwick was the guest of Mrs Lee Hi a t Thtirs day Several from here attended the camp meeting at Aliceton during the past week Mrs Henry Stpmph and chit dren arid Mrs Bettie Canary wEre the guests of Mrs Nellie Logsdon Friday Mrs rf S Litsey and Mrs J M Brewer of Fen wick srnt r r iii IrNEXT WEEK S THE WEEK I 11Tltkee Great Sprillgfeldr Fair f f Ever bodivt should take the time and COn1j and have a wellearned Holiday iM M P1 Ery DaySpecMV Day 1 I t E 6t pf Wednesday the First day Ladies Days Wfe J j r ur day the Second day School Childrens Day lYl1t Friday the Tjhirdda Louisville Day one day last week with AL- LitseyandfiniiIy Mrt Nellie Logjstfon ijnd cbil dren Mord and Hartford spent Snflay with Mrs Marion Sweqney at MackviHpi th1gucst r Wednesday Mss Bessie Sw9uw spent Tuesday Fonwick night witli Vie Misses i r l andichildronMattie Hiatt at Mnckvijiqj tMl and Mrs Stftu1eyFonwhk- spen Sunday vyitii K P LanJ ham and tiuoly The cutting and IiOusingpff tobacco is the go in thibusI 1tlspent Sunday with his brother Mri Will Barker of this plac Mr and Mrs James Lifeey and little daughterl t i Grace of SlLitseyandt IL 7 Misses Lena and Roxle Cecil spent one day last week with Mrs H S Penwicit v Mackyille fF 1 A protracted 1ieitingis being I- jconductPdat theFtfaptistjqliurchj at this place BrojjPurdqih is of being Spdngaeli assisted by Bro Williams i SMrs Carrie Ranet who was called to the bed side of Inn brother in Clinton Missourii has returned home on heii return stopped in St Louis for a few days and was accompanied home by her little niece Birdie Xay Mh Minor Bottom who has diasseclclQryj Sunday schoollan J hTs many friends wish him a speedy rer coveiy Miss Bessie Vandivier of HaiTodsburg has be ntbott F Shirts tThe greatest line pf Mens JI Flue Shirts ever shown in Jhe Monarch QO andtJ50i Fountain IQO and 150 FcrgusdnMcKlhnie SOani 15 These Shirts are not 63 celled for value and styles Con e and see them if Gents Hosiery Neckwear 4 r ollars Belts Suspenders 0 i l Special Prices 4jL ON Carpets Rugs La e Curtainst Walll Paper r at halfprices h t g l t 12c Oc j i f for ftc t oo Z = r t I ij i Vr a fc s3C i j F f f r jIi ir o Jf 4 jfi t k7 l tI t it try s tr S l rt J itr that the of 1ft b 5 will be in the M f i tii i i i 1 cl itk t i t Ii t7 lr + r i t J 1Jr 111 i sf j t t j jr J ht t r tl 1tr 11 J1 i 1 t t g tfit tt riJ 1J l t1o f Ii W r t Jt IJ iPI r tj ltf se 1r c i d X I jr4 I fj fr t F1ct t1i i i I i sucha company i i r l its will ih this cyery j f 11 il kJto date work of it1Swas 26 the amounts each WCMQ V k Er Cr tfe I J ii- j 2 f Ji 1 f 9 t j k f J 17 v iiJ t ftt1 t I jc40 b t J pleasant sriiest ofMlssA0I1e Bell Riley for the pab few days A number boys Jrom this place attended tbe Camp soinq of w home were there un til Monday morning on account of heavy rains Mrs George of Perry ville has been her Mrs Hattie Milton v Almpst every one in this corn munity is making ready to a tend the PIiry ville lair OfJ Witft Uarbolibsed Witch Hazel WlVtdfc tttc original Be sure you for cuts burns and bruises and esjjeciaUjr good for Piles Sold by td Cross j WITCH NA- ZELriaurnsSAL Fo w Spejj tPHJ ON J r Sprifigsand ufflmer Good S1 WeLre making specialprices oJi SprgandSmtherGs wSiliMulls Worth 50afor25c MrcerizedMuhls worth 35efoi2O 1usiinsworth2O t10r Muslin worth for Oxfords lrf Womens Oxfords worth 14OO or200 WompoJs Oxf6ds 200 worlh aOOfor Mens 22h Oxfords worth s3ioIoII Jli C Jj Ji Believing people Kentucky jyJ o1i4f Itl interested organizationof4hc i7 I Citizens lJll 14 01rt IjkNational 11 h4JIe44ApltInsurance Ilt Company 1 ij iO thattheyillSUPPORTsuchacompanybysubscnbingfor BeHeving that they wANT bilisvrng 1t stockwe publish paper week Uij amount ofsubscriptions The getting subscriptions begun Monday July and bIowarssubscriptions for VWv lr First Week August 1X6J96OOO klSecond Week August 4- S2OO24OOO Third Week August 345000OO Iof Aliceton meeting Sunday detained Warren visiting daughter iTjifcjrea remanytmjatIona SalveD tchHazellS PbaimaC3 DlWUTS IARBQLIIEI I wodhPOO MensOjdurds tt my h OaNEDTILEN IRVINE WIMST The Ooppap Gaffe Go INCORPORATED NW C rr7tJtMarket LOUISVILLF XX f I e 7765 Social AttMtfri WMi r r Ciirs Cij tj We make a specialty of the fvU tdnrbIulda t Mlitil yM sg i fI at- M Buetl1 Miri Si2 at r Evtrgade WMes Si z ItW K W t D9 1JeIlHit l il1lert t MJ 4 and WMItW SprilJ WtiW M ki fwt Appk Bc1dYIliI4trT1WlL t 1 rt t = ucucD G TB ITiiT- IETI IfTDNTT EXTRACTW WITHOUT PAIN bt L Moikp la- L IPR1GPL4b xy L All Dental yc trictly PIawtc It DR J fJAIUED l pwtt iii krgN I t ofowtolfOJIIoM re JDonM D tkra i o1NejIs JM aA ul4ae Ne a- I WF aR1GSBY PTtONIYATLAQIIM P8oII kJpaw IL II ks LW HYATT Ofietover Red CtOM- Dcthono bo n HyatMO80 Mi to 12 pa 4 to 5 pm JOflNY1MAYSA fUIEIIlUIHECTnR AID UCE1O FMIHEEI I I TELEPHONE DAY tQ NIGHT 74 IlJiGFIELD1Ifr LilreitISciedwrI FoiowiiThei timt schedule xow IP efset on tbe Bardstowi sad Spring ield branch railroad p Mo 41 LrtiT a Louisville at 410 p i Br town Junction thrpm p arrive at Springfield 655 p m IJ dNo 4tLtTt SprinffitldAt C00a MJ Bardstown 045 a mt r BftrdrtowiB Junction 780 am arlveLMiayill 820 a m I Noo 48 LMTM Louisville att 7S5 aj BidsIown Junction 910 a M Bardstown 1045 am afriYtvat Sprlttf leld 1215 p m i Ho i4Leay Springfield ala l Opm Bardstown 220 pm 1ftr3itown Junction 410pm TarriTte at Lou fv le 545 p m No 90 Sundays onlyLeaveiII SpriMffitld 715 am Bardstown1 V v 800 a m Bardstown Junction 845 amarrie at Louisville 1 j sj935am JNo 9 Leaves IILouisville at 600 t m Bards torn Junction 645 p in BardsI town 730 pm arrives at f SpringEe1dat85prn a 90 1 LPINE DAIRY STOCK I fHte lnFrisIans at the Kbntueky tate Fair TM HOlteIB Fri alal1 has long bee S knoipi to Ke ttuckl as as a great milk 1 proiacer but there has been BO con certe i HUe aMos th breeders of tils 4 lry co la Kentucky The facJjtkatjUie throeS hospitals for the tps ne r adtjtke state feebleminded Inslltute at Praakfort have Decided to use this il Jbreed altogetKer la Uieir dairies re SuiriBi six or SeYenbUJ redcowsts I a great stimulus to the breed In ken tckyIiTkHt 350 dbaated to the Kentucky Stafe Fair by the HolstelnPrleslan J t Aseoeiitloa 14 In great measure dqeii 4 i itf Skaky Mflward a member of the bor l of control for these lastltutlons rf a4 a recogaltlo pa the part of the HolsteiaFrleaiaa Association of the dvabred of cattle iia the state The asy fi iUaM Will hafe i exhibition at OleIr acky State Pair some of the best Re s of the black and white daffy ew to be foBBd la the country efttlJllf Csntst 7 ofir toys la this state Mil for pIsaa out for famer lboys Is J100 toTiube awarded to the yowt ivan who makes the larcMt eore jI J jitiglac Uv tockj batthe SUte Fair This atoaey to be 1 UM4 as fchplarslii to tile Agricultural UaiversftyCtHwrittea p4nio with reasons there for ea koises ctt1 swIne art4 sheep shtb4tL Tie pria for M 4eats Jndg iac ee testiaK ats to iQ to be dlv I I4e4 Into 120 n5 10 and JJ5 Com11 actltktt will bellmlM to students his State TJaiYerstty It Iis the pur tajferfngtMM younFt The requIreaMats are quite lleeral aM We ii JM reMpa way aay bright young joaa In the state skouH not ea 4trt the coTite L kKILLTsiOOUCHcvR SE LUMOs wffHDr1kgNewDiscovEy r fluc81t ritl v iluuail I TOWN v I MiW WPHPBPHB ii L+cal Happsn1nQ Intrtst The Erihstind Latest liltirlfFrluid- aadAicquahtsncsI I f JItTI fI iII I H Thurman Will ddtttNJ the citizns ofI Was hiaioai county at the Court HOM iin Springfield Ky at laO paa August 23 1909 oo davntycourtbis candidacy for reelection the office of Circuit Judge IHOfl Jno W Lewis i baa been invited and is expectedI be present and ccept a di vision of time t a D Paris Green cheap atip J Thomas jryPeanut Butter in lOc packages at McElroy Shaders LSJelly Glasses cheap atPJ ITt BiornaPony Hours Deyotion wilt commence at St Rose Sunday f rthRectiviogkind atP 3 Thomasis rHands on your packet book r Monday for Campbells in uction PWsAHTEDSjBveral good lab apPlY frDnMondayinditet a good suit j little money from Campbell to Messrs JRand JS Clayg broqke purchased 10 yearling mnlefioflVYanke for 1050 ff QA full quart jjaVpf fine olives for only 10e a ObbXIAsk lorfi em at McElroy Shaders c r S M Campbell wilt have an Auction Sale pf clothing hats ve shirts C Monday at 2 oclock rFOR SAi40 lead good stock ewes GEORGE COLIN Willishurg Ky 24urI hptAl S- 1McEiroyShader i Theres just one BEST laundry The Excelsior at W Red Crow Drug Storei rfWhen you want a wheat drillI to see the Thomas Just received carload cf BirdseU wagons on See them at A C Kimballs Th1 National Oats arE fresh tr- Q tl and sweet and are only Oc1 box Ask for them at McEll roy Shaders b of The Childrens Jiissionary F Band of the Pleasant Grove a rsupPert i Thursday August 19 from 4 to 0 pm Everybody invited r tinzsJ Jtills success wbep usedir ntputting up your pickles Ask for it at McElroy Shaders Come to the Fir next Weekit r iirst COrn to my store and lE iib me show you some things 1 umf pushing at half price Rome I seefor yourself at P J Tb masa VLadles CljiS riEIIs scjentifi I yeneforyea and Stc cans Sold by MdElroy Sbader Remember we are still cort ducting a BoardingHouse at the old stand and we woJldbetI leased to have our friends give s a call S T COLVJN 1Jr ten years experience in J landling White Plume Flour is our reason for telling you it iifiii Arl Try it when you do your baking for the fair Our Roy al Patent is 0 K too Found only at McElroy t Shaders s The ShalerMack Uompflinyx TOPICS MM will be at the Opera House durI ing fair week The comes highly recommended and good exhibitions are expected Manager Leo Haydon is lucky in securing so good company r ring the fair i Rev W F Wolf will lSeginL a meeting at Maud on day night He will be Assisted by the Rev Jessie W G ubbs The Sunday School ejass off the Methodist church will have picnic next Friday atSt Rose Every body invited to come andJI bring a basket Mr Robert Nally and1 Miss usie Mattingly were married by Rev W FWQlf onlast Fridayii oth parties live in heMantonI neighborhood inMarriagei isweek to Howard Lewis and iss Lw Nellie Grigsby The bride a daughter of the late Red mond Grigsby slid well known antheLto son of Barnes Lewi and an- iOdnSl1FYQung man l lvlw rY WJha e j t rec ivJSt a shipment that iis esh and fine and the priceisEi only Oc the pound Fine choc lates at 200 rer pound Equal th20c arid 40c candies you t elsewhere S MclroySba- derSyjiOnmy t farm 11t miles from town on the Bloom d pike 1 black heifer first came on place about July 21st Owner may have same by pay ing for pasturage and tliis ad tisemen EF Donelley Rev R E C Lawson left yesterday for New Providence church jn Border county vto tingthath Augd Regular services will be re med atrthe Presbyterian church Sept 1st liMrJ sc hIick two young attor toeys of Cincinnati passed tthrougbstMammothCave from Cincinnati to High Bridge stthefiotenjoying the novelty of theirj thijMr John E Brown of Shel b y county Mr W E Thompson Franklin county MrT Ben firanklin Wndercer county will be in Spring ed at the Court House at 1 oclock on Monday August 2 County Courb day to address e growers of tobacco on the subject of the pool concerning 1909 crop The third annual assembly ofs he Washington CountyJuve rileI d eld September 9th 19p9 at tbec air grounds m Springfield Tbe young peopleanct old ones s welt havetafoa js taken a live ly interest in this fair and if it is t as successful in giving agood nd enjoyable exhibition this year ia in former years n 0 one will have any room for complaintC The August term of the Wash Quarterly court was in session t Monday with Jucge B L Litsey residing Several cases weru continued and severall c1efaulttt judgments taken The case of MN Shirley 4 qovs Martha Armstrong and John Armstrcng consumed seyeal hours and re suited in a judgment for thel plaintiff Attorneys Joseoh Polin and W FGrigsby reprc denteddaat respectively f Ic c m Teeth ex tract d without PAIN or DANGER Np charges when plates are wanted II AbL WORK Done in this office IIs firstclass 1in every respect and just as ad I STALiARDDDSt Springfield Ky I- J M II PH t I Friday the 27th will be L touisvilIeItield lair The Commercial club of that city will come on a special train and the day will bone of the greatest of the fafr In the afternoon a meeting oft pprominent business men of the county will be called with a yiew of forming a Commercial club here TheobjectofLbe club will be to advance the interest ofr the town and county On last Friduy afternoon the infant child of Mr Will Shew maker in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood while1 playing wallowed a bean which lodged its windpipe The child beg n to choke and Df Barnett thassumlo effort to dislodge the obstiuction was withou t availlJ Finding that pperation would be necessary save the childs lifthey had started to Dr McChqrds Hos pital in Lebanon but had only arrived at Springfield when the child died It was an unusually br BightShewinaker have the sympathy of many friends in their sad misfortud0 rAUgustSpecials i 6 jbars Big Dealt oap 25c 6 bars Red Wrapper Soap 25cJJ 7 bars jLenox Soap 2J c Ii 6 boxes Matches25c t tFruitJarsFruit Jars quarts 60e Fruit Jars i2s 75c Mcxo Shader l The county ms been visited by I eral severe electrical storms t the pat week On last Tt ursday afternoon Le one of the severest electrIcalii storms ever k town here passed throughjthe county andtbe LghLningplaces sttknd v Earl Reed t ad ter from tilE orm m ttu brn of Mr Deca tur Dragoo jA heavy Illr- uck the killing ne Ig horse ofQJ1ding Mike Fit gerald and shocking e bovs Reed was rendered un onscio s for Several hourstff autMr Kent Smith had a very valuable horae killed in aij ppen eld and the large barn of Mrlj D Glaybrooke wasstruck Store Robbed t The grocery store of Mr J A Shad r was broken into OD last l Thnrsday night The thief en J tred by way of the cellar raising up the grating on the street and going up into tbet toie through a trap door Tb am robbery was discovered on Friday t morning arid several pieces oftmeat were missing Other articles were no dotiot stolen which it would be impossible to migSi Precautions were taken to prevent a repetition of the offense and the trap door andJ grating were carefully and it was thought securely plosed but Sunday morning the bar that had been placed to bold thej grating hid lbeen removed and the staples that held the trap door forcedMr Shader was lnabletook on his sec nd trip TheI officers are making diligent efforts to discover who theI guilty p1t7 is and it is to bel dopvd ohat they will succeed as suehc iminals are not only a disK1a to the community but t dangerous to society = Miss Gladys Walker iis visiting relative In Louisville this wwk Miss Florence Mattinflr has been visiting Miss Margaret Sptlding for several weeks V Mr O A Johnson of the Marion County Leader tton Monday Miss Eddie Shader and witICain were in Lebanon MrH L Smith and attended the funeral of his cousin Dr Edd Smith at Bards owuSuodayMrs Neale und daughter Elizabeth returned to Louisville yesterday lifter a visit to relatives o Miss Sallie Pope returnedto Ijouisviile Tuesday after a visit of several days to her mother The Misses Spalding of Leb EarneS1tin sister Mrs W E Brown Miss Adeline BoulgieV has returned to her home at Louis ville rafter a visit to friends ere Mf Wallace Duncan of State University at Lexington is 1home1 Mr Hood Cunningham was Louisville Sunday and inIII Prof Alex Jenkins was in oomfield TuesdavI Mr Mack Miller of Bards town was here Monday toMissJosiil Lee will attend the milli ilersi openings at Cincinnati F f3lridayMr and Mrs Ewald of Camp b kiellvi1IeS King and family in thMisshe Misses Wakefield at Maud ofDrwifeSp of Bardstown visited Mrs Lula Kelly Saturday thMiasesl Hardesty have r turn dtotheir home at Eminence after a visit to Mr and Mrs P J Thomas M Mrs Mary ANoe has return Lome after a visit to relatives in Louisville Mis Afnes Foley returned to ouiville Monday after a yisit to the Misses Smith near town Mrs Howard McElroy was in Louisville Sunday r rMiss Mary Logan l eale of ed Cpvington is the guest of her yorandF RNeale Mr and Mrs Fred Stewart of ye St intI washpre ndMrsR Mr T J N H Shaderlmlm Messrs T C CarppbeU L 0 to McCarty Lio Haydon R Cpi Ct tGndedltheMrs Kate Williams is atIIing the millinery openings Louisville Cincinnati an In dianapolistbis week wMrter Miss Lyllis of Indianapolis d are visiting relatives here tohisTOW King Campbellsville spent several days here this weekwMr Robertj Noe aud family visited relatIveS at Kirkland Bo daatAir Will Rogers of Lebanon was here Tuesday anMrMo is visiting his sibterinlaw Mrs S B Shompson at the Walton Hotel Hun C C Chord and fami lly of Louisville are here thisl week as Mrs Harry Gratz and little daughter have returned homet after a visit to her husband here WMessrsRichard Spalding were jin Bards atQWfl MlMIl I I = hAil FALLSTtLE9 i j0TIN r I Ladles Tailoredd 801S ia Jif f We have just received a shipment of s i TWENTY STYLES t r in Ladies latest Fall Style Suits whichare now on display at i buysasuitnoWs t I iI1Iee n Trt tJ k c1 I Special Sale Ladiess ShirtWaists 1 ivivp BU one for the fair Large stock t select fronts J J Extra Yalnes in lens Shirts Collars jtnd STies ji lr Just received Mens Fall Styles in Hats and Shoes Prides right t i I The BobertsonClaybrooM CoJ1I i ft INCORPORATED jLeone Rapier of Bardstbwn will arrive the last pf the week visit Miss Mabel Price Miss Fannie Smith and Mr Eric Carrico spent Sunday in oomfield Mrs Sallie Thacher of Hop tisville and Mrs Minnie ttob son of Louisville are visiting eir parents Mr J D Barker Mr J Roger Gore and family t Hodgensville are visiting in ringfield this week Mrs Ham of New Hope is e guest of Miss Mary Gleason Miss Maitie Greenwell of INewHopeis visiting Miss nnie Blandford Miss May Mayes entertained her friends Tuesday night in a iiost charming manner All toJtbeUvcd 152 Years WmParraEnglandSoJdest man arried the third time atsl2b work inthe fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be- uthful at 80 James WMrift 01 Spurlock Ky shows how to remain youngHI feel just like a sixteen earold boyt he writes after tak gbix bottles of Electric Bitters troablelmad weak sickly rundown of ld dco e Try them 50ce Haydon Robertson Drugstore i T Mules Wanted Mr B JFoof Danville ill be in Springfleldon- Monday ADgastt23JtUOg buy 100 head pf Mules wean lings andsucklings Ba sure to bring your mules to town on that day and see him A Pain Remedyt- huternalaad v external is needed ily by almost every family Keep AntiPainrGood for all kinds of jbowel rouble Externally for cuts burns sprains d all paiss Strongly antiseptic everywhere Announcements We are authorized to at1cetQ t EPDEDMANI a candidate for Representative in the lower House ofrthe Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of he Republican convention September It 1909 l e are authorized to announce fei viN BIRCH a candidate for Justice of thc- eace in the Mackville an4 Heudrer- airlsterlal district subject to Ute ctOn of the Republican party l SPRINGFIELD OPERA HOUSE FAIR WEEKr- r Th SerMacki Company 7 t Ill Repertoire4- r d1 7dniission j i5 s 115c 25c and i35- c4j4i M4ti 4 a = i ii l li 4444ict Y 5 iiiM DRINK jJ y i ft 1 FAN M i i Tl e Drink that helps you ttKinl6 I 4 The Drink of the Fans Rich Red nd I racy I 14 It Looks God it r F 7all Ii1mstMi Good t3ItIiGoo 4f Ii t rTAZ Tile Pennant Wini r j i I TAZ The Hit J of the Seai OUTfI Its Sparkling ExhIrffnf mi L r t Katiellertleln ii ij 2ICEL3SS SQDA FOUNTAI li f ii t Zo You Want To Buy tk A FARM t r R rIitti Weican sell you one any siui say i c price Weake ready atalt tirnOto abow yo = and see USJ About 100 FARMS in our bunds See partial hit bow 4 t s J ti I No 1 160 kctes 5 miles froaLQuotaI n iroom dwelling 111 gOod repair 3barMpleat of grs piiIIIJt i4water all under good 1ence Price WOI per acre l t iNo 2 237 acres six miles from Spdofftcld cm MM fO idwelling houses 2 stock barns 90 acres of new UuM j aty M grass plenty of never falling water all tukier good feeNo 3 195 acres 4 mile from SprinffeM 2 dirtlitoc IKMHW Jdwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all of fan ia gntn ikfl under good fence Price 155 per acre No 4 812acres1mIIeeastofMckvUle 8 regob4tobacco barn all outbuildings fiae orclaUd 1 5 trM jkindS of fruit all under good fence pleaty of water tealf rgrass Price 3500 V P No 5 128 acres 7 miles from Spriafiekl 11 mile tnm 5 room dwelling1 in goo4 repair W acre tobee barx JMW I of timber good tack barn all the trm will ratee tifcaici Prte 1 45 per acre No6 thaGrel7rOorn dweillag 12 acre tofcaccd Iban s stock barn 100 acres fine river b tfeoa laid J0 acres of pgUnder good fence no Overflow laud Priccaffl aewt i No 7 JOO acres on good pike feck dw lJt ut J fio3 tobacco barns fine tobacco land at least M1teI tMfIIIin land Price 46 per acre No812 acres 1 mlW free ftprtaffftcU t jlitt ldwelling1 in good repair gcd bare all wMkr g W frtiML 1X J Ioffnilt plenty of water Price liSW t- o9 150cres1mUefrop1kibacityrsd1aash i k4Loretto 7 room dwellisg in good rejfeir sf Iroute except 10 acres plemty of nt a1IS cl fine stock barn60 ft sare t eaty 1130 peracre dNo10 96X acres 3 miles from Sjnif414 t M M I troomdwelllB in good repair tobacco Van XJL jnoi under good felICe plenyOf lCliit pasta PrketJPi Lake Bostcy j 1 Ji 11 lI rEYESJ STEI I I j Rc 1 tIU4 lr U I 9 ERA8 jy f w r Ottiearm Aksr A rfire h afficin N btL w04t Iriport 1giaL- uervs grw In this country wt It Jsecoui lu saim adir ge o ily to core Not rgreathnportance of t WbRtVOp but iJttk aItent1or as 4bre pid 1mproved intliods of cu- ltr Wb t ki largely looked upon zis sa Vitis crop 4pst farms ln the wbsit bltre large Tbts Is nslal tr ofb spring wtwut bert In aqthwesti Culled States and south CaIl4I It Is no iincowmon sight 1bie he a etIoior woie in one Wlgt fullows whtat yer after yr LIt1 live itocI Is and n- o5S4IIP kiipk1 to the land tinder 5M trPiitat the seemingiyxkaus- tflr I KB Et JLUtVBBTER AT WORK StiIlY orftinty Is becoming ircm wits The humus especially has iMta WMjij rapidly with no source of rw1L Usually It doi inot take mor ttain a decade of continuous 1 wh at gi wjng to reduce the yield one Mlt Cafidltlona lItbe Winter wheat WJt aje apt ap bad but there Is mBch t TOO To njprov Hft there also Not ly te SSfetlBnp wheat growing hard the iti bat It d ea not distributo the work evenly throughout the year I theIlrt tetir sh to get the crop harvested and thrubed The rest of the year thee k little to do What the wheat farmer Aeeds ii diversification more UTt vtock more crops and rotation The r wheat belt and the corn belt r fcbowMl be tpixed op more Many farm en fa tk corn belt raise wheat as one- of the leading small grain crops Many others wo ild Und It profitable to do so CImiMi of Wheat Wbfat Ia divided Into two general- claMe 4wlnter and spring Winter wheat te sown In the fall makes a con lierabfe growth and come up and- a4a put the next season Spring- jwheat sown In the spring In much the ee manner as oafs In Mimic Ilta tke Dakotas iud ther states of the Mae latitude or farther north aprlBfffheat Is tjje only kind that can be grtmn Mcce fplly since the se- ware wkite a aneVfatal to the fall sown Varieties In the northwest however tie warm WindS front the Pacific so vodMfle the 6Umate tbat winter I whMtjeaa be growpsHccessfully Far I ther aoat la the winter wheat belt therbvikef th wheat la sown in the fall Tiaare Kjan objections to winter L5Wht It does not inakearf high a qaalky oft flour owing to the smaller ClatM con ent it s the gluten bat glrea the gummy consistence to brent doggjfc that causes It to rise whei SQixet with yeast Winter wheat occa t atonally winter kills resulting In a OSf tbe secain4 the work of seed lBgeTh most serious objection In the cormfbelt tetbatlt does not work In welaftervcoru which Is the nccus- tosHjd place for small grain In the ro tatii These obiettions are overba- lp ancjdi liowever by Its greater yield ngitbIlity ffhe start which It gets In me tall enables It to come up much Roe vigorously In the spring nod give aboSt twice as many bnsjiels per are as fan be obtained from tb spring rtrictiea beat Is furtnr subdivided Into hari and soft varieties The sofr WInt wakt a iltiur taitisui5tite- to readmaklng because of Its lai k oi gluten It Is used extensively in mak I lgt crackers The amount of eofi- UwyI it grown for market Iscompara tltiy small SAnew varjety of wheat known an jDinml tins keen Introduced Into tin- western states within the last few years IMs very high In gluten and I Isynucb used In the manufacture gft I iricaronL It does not make a yexj kbi quallty of bread owing to ltsyl + Jowlsh cOlor 3he chief Advantage of SRicarQn wheat Is that It can be 1grown Inj regions wberMhe rainfall Is ft scanty for the standard varieties j Will Wheatun Out Impressiontthatp same locality foe a number of ExpeFlmjBnts at a number of SatlbpBShow that thlaMs not so The 4ltl caii e for wheat running out Is watlnuous culture on the same land Swith little attention paid to seed sclec ifo Another Jacr that esperlmenta 1iahv rtiit jhat the standard tT ti- 7 7tf r3ctftti n superior iw IJew ones Every year s dsiiien majkK I eJalnMir of woudprful llds ohtJUnyd from tiiv varIiltUks fiSt otiy jf wueSU lint of other crops as well In mosti Iti canes these claims are entirely un Touuded Before intniducirig I uew variety It will pay to wrlteto yi ur ex pKriine t wtjitlon for Lif rmhtlon rev girdlng lE Kvpn If they recgmtnend H theshfit plan la to try uIy ftiT gr at res ot tlfSp t11tI youst hii4rnot It Is itliipdrto tour tartlguaj- canty o rle f v flA- Vhere wlnte VrIrpat Hm be grown It wjll pay to raise II fn sprite olf Its dis advantases It ftju lte worked into the rytatlqu by sowing It afhr untslu a rotation of qorii oiitsj wheat clover rite clover seed may he R atterJd on j tymiitir ainqn the vheat Ulant ji tin4 uprlng Au ther ripethodi s tu wInter yhpat In the rotation ijt the earn early fur silage or Vr nndsowthe whvat onthe tornp tniiliV fnioiiVdl The tztte jvlth this iutUl Is unit It Is usually so late before iht iorn can be got off the groined that the wheat does not get enough of a 8tart vto enable It to with stand an xt severe winter There l Is an advantage In havlnjw eTit fbl low corn ome4otheacultlyiatediirop in that the weeds will jrbojlier jmuclif J less The work of seedjug Is ama less since the ground dees not need to be I plowedePreparing the Ground Wheat Hk oats needs a firm seed bed Corn ground whloh has been run over twice with ardlsk1san ideal seed bed It Is fine and mellow on top and flrnr beneath There Is noThing to pre vent the capillary moisture from ris ing rapidly to the loose top ayer where It Is held lust where the roots need 1L When wheat follows rome other sma grain the ground Is so hard that except in tbe case of very loose solis the disk will have little effect on It Such ground must be plowed PloWing for wheat does not need lobe very deep Many fannera practice burning the stubble before plowing since In this way many Insects land weeds are destroyed and luet ieApll lary connection la restored qulckeV l Some humus Is lost In this way but the advantages gained In many cases make It more profitable to obtain the needed humus In some other way The soir should be well disked and harrowed after plowing to make a flnei compact seed bed With wheat aswjtb oats confsjderably better yield are obtained by the use of a drllh In loose or idry soils the Jiress drlirls a big advantage The wheels thrit fcSli low pack tile soil Wer thej seed This brings the soil Into closer contact wtlitthe wheat grains and they wjll t sorb moisture faster and begin to growi sooner This quickness of startingistof much Importance In pu sown wheat near the northern limit of the winter wheat belt since there every thing depends on the wheat making a good growth before the ground freezes Earliness 0f seeding Is Important for the same reason If you cannot get your wfnter wheat In early and by early Is meant the first half of Sep tember It Is better to wait until spring and sow a spring variety The ground for spring wheat should be prepared In much the same manner as for oats The rate of seeding where fdrill is used should be five or six pecks to the acre with either spring or winter varieties When sown broad cast about q peck more will be n6ed ed If there Is miifh smut present the seedJhoiljd be trPnted as outlined for oat smut In article No 4 The seed should be fanned and graded and test pd for germination Rotation In Wheat Farming In the great sprlngwh rt regions the Introduction of a crup of clover everytwo or three years will material ly InTinsi ihf yield The growIng of clover will meiKi soiue HvesJockUo eat It an4 tht1 umuure thus obtained will still further increase the wheat yields The Introduction of spine of the other gra In arid forage crops will equalize the demands upon the soil and add to the profits obtained from 7 4 FIG WHEAT WELL STACKED the farm Experlnipjits tbp illnne sota station showed an Inpr a of per cent or sevpn hushiMs jo the acre In wheat following culllvutrd xrop oyer wheat growii continuously Dairying fits In very well wlbvhen farming e liiTlally In localities su fat north that corn tannot bo stfciissfullv grown its a grain crop In suds distrlftV the flint varieties can be rahad foi llage and fuddpr Twhe wheat follow ing tbi s corn will be freer front rust scab and weeds and will yield muth inore The cows will yield n om profit for all thb feed tlny consu uic 1 anti the work wMl bo inore evqnly dis tributed throughout the year When whnat Is grown to lie sold ti the flour mills tin price will dopemU djreqtly upon the quality Tujgtt t lu best quality Avhcat should not be cu until it iij fnly ripe It should nOt itt allowrtl to stand too lonjr after It Ifj ripe or It TTlll shpll out 1iadly Wlua should be well ehocUcd and cappiyK If not well capped tilt hrau wII be come stained iidtincktd Jnjurlfi the appearance and lowirJop fEte pvlip Stacking Is tore advisable than ghocU thrashing since It means better qual Ity nud more fall plowing do uittfh iijnRiids oa the aualltv o 3oooap REMIUMS HORSE SlOW JB mrPODBOME BffiINJi e DAILY cNATIELLO AND IllS BAND PIJONSPI1E w9Rx w iEAi sm ms OK TIlE PASS rsjI- M iMfJlMpi Ihrctlfck cad tlif fin km pnictto arc MttMlMl trie ijaeeW uisM toI fci W MNfMiiM Skew raiii r haedayad I 4 d fciNttipigt UT S40ck ftviika te tin wwMX i LOW RAILROAD JB ATES c9b ADDE5 J W NEWMA4 8ctryJii bldg xeviiz Ky r i ii granYana rnr tstit cIat oa cltlttvation ftnti unrvestius thit itfaphoores hint who Ik after sitlsfac torys results tcj uiak iljljitit ttitiIypiif the situation It doe uo tjuyJtqiilti vate phtut Inteillgfntly flut UiVrvvst in a mnnnor that makes all previous care aod Jalwjr of JltHe avail THE BiAMOND CUTTER is Skill ilas Much to Do WIth the Brilliancy of the Gnj t When the exIertjnols at can tell you iIIiplTtih1eC tme from and vulit4ltr It vts icut IMelyiir buff mei ugi H e knows by its color Whence It Comes focjthe color of the ttrnzlllan diamond diCters front Unit of ttieSou1tbXfrlcan and evei itt South Afrita different col ork are found In different mines In the tough uf diamond has little brllllaifcyJfor tliie Js Vfmist that must be x4t w4jj before It tln prop erly refract thellght uli It Is this ower of retraction jylilcb unlRes the brilliancy of a diamond and hat ev1 erythinjr to do with Its value In tin market The skill of the diamond cut ter lots much to do with bringing out tlil Mlianey He rnujt do the most he an with the rough stone before lilm niitf JIdjb a little as1 possible of the precious wijlgbt In the stone Diamonds lira found mail kinds tof queer shapes toe the carbon may be- n any position while being crjstalllz d and the act ot crystallization may affect only parts of that carbon When the expert cutter Has a roujib diamond before hint he Judges almost Instantly bow Jt wljl cut to the greatest ad vantage If It Inclines to the pear shape he wlll tnal5e a pear shaped din mond of It If It he square or round the cutting will folow the natural lines as closely aioslb1 so that the loss may be reduced tova minimum To make the atone as brilliant as possible the diamond cutter cutsmany facets so as to refract the light from asv many points as he can A fullicut brilliant has at least fortyeight facets and so expert are the cutters that they often cut diamonds so small that It re quires a hundred to weigh a carat ach f yIghtfacetszCleve and Plutin lYealbr t SARATOGAS SPRINGS The Water Was First Used by the In dians as a Cure The Saratoga Springs cure ante dated the settlement of this commu nity by the white man when the High Rock spring was only a bubbling springlet drunk at first by the Indians as a fresh water spring Finding that their health was improved Uy the ya ter they bethought them that It must have me Jflnal qualities and from time at sick Indians were brought o High Rork spring for the healing of their ills The outward and visi ble sign that Impressed the red men was the deposit of the salts of the water about the pprlus In the forp of a cone called tufa which still exists and from vhlch it received Its name an4 through and o er which the wjUer bubbles to this day In 1800 the Congressspring wascdls covered and became renowned the world over us a saline cathartic ThIs combined with the sulphurous iron water of the Iutnam spring made Saratoga Springs famous as the lead ing health resort of the UnltedStates The remainder ofvthe thirryflve attn jeral spring were discovered from tlni to time and all have it wlfle therapey tlc appllcatjlon in the treatment of al most all chronic diseases and are di vided Into tour groups according r their component parts These groups are Ftrsr sodlc fnurlated alkaline saline cathartic second sodlc cakir muriated alkaline saline third cha lybeate fourth sulphur Natlonp Magazine FATE OF THE BRAAKE A Treasure Ship That Lies Buried Oft Cape HenlcTpen Somewhere In deep water off Cape Henlopen lies over haifa million In British gold and how much more In goldlan4 silver bars and plate and oth er treasures can only be guessed at In 1798 the British privateer Braake sailed for the west Atlantic bearing enough gold to pay off alj the English troops Stationed fii varIouS parts of tile new world As the soldiers had not been paid in many months the sum was a large one Whether the captain of the Braak decided to turn pirate or whether he merely was showing extesui e zeal in tanking war on all the enemies of England that he met on the higlj seas ind intended to turn ovor his loot tto Jhp crown on his return will never Liv jtnowu but the fa6t liiat the Braalco iook no prlsonera and sank every prize ocs n long way twaiil proving the piracy theory The Brmike captured Spanish merchantman coming up from South American ports laden with rich tribute from the Spanish colonies there transffrCed the prcclpus cargo tp her own hold and burned the vessel Another Spanish shlp bringing a church service of richly jeweled gold plate to a new world cathedral en countered the privateer luid Buffered the tune fate The next to fall a vIe thin to the Braakcs rapacity was Frenchman carrying silks splces hrah dy ind bars of silver That too was sent to the bottom after It was de spoiled The Braake was overtaken by a hur rleane when Hearing the American cast was blown far out bt her course and sank off Cube Ilenlopcu Several it tie crew escaped In a small boat uiuf readied laud Their tales of the foitsure pit the simian ship caused soveiiil cxprclltioila to be fitted out the follovlnK year but nothing was brought Up save pieces of the juiehor I talus and a fjiuholi or two During In last hundred Vcara every effort to aise any part of the treasure liar railed The last attempt wa made by Cap nlu Charles Adams who fitted out u ship under the auspices of the navy lepurtment 6ut was unable to locate ho wreck which Is probably by this tloje eeply submcrgcd In the ooze and aud of fhe oceluJ IiodJ New York 3wt TIeFshsJoke f y u sJsJ trninjuaait1i- Jip IittlejslITtlboy Just drop me ii lIueIhiiiid1ji1Tli flfltuir euf The Watch Cat 5At night you sets me out on sfuaiiL TA watch cat brave itm L rf 1 tUy tier e gieen eyes my prlckeaup earj Let no marauders by V FinrS not a WIcked lightniig bug Nor night moth liowElerjrash vjPouid dnrc my ctaw lam so quick Id have him In a fIAnd all tliefleldjnlce fear to pass Wlthjn ottrgaSen safe rBehind octree aTstlll asaeathr They RnoVI tfeln wait f Ai J crouch behind the shrubbery fit pace the shadowy yard No fear this hnueh ild ever feels Tts wuttli tat on ttuar- riiioutha Companlotu 4 1 J TI WW Jz Aids Nature I The great success of Dr Pierces Gofckfc Metfetl Die coverf kt curing weak ctomeh wasted bodies weak luags aad obet ate aad liageri g eou bs is based oa the reco mtioa of the fundetal truth that Goldea Medical Discovery supplies Nature wkh bodybuild lag tissuerepairing rausclemakiHiteaterials in eoa deased asd concentrated form With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food build up the body and thereby throw of lingering obstiaate coughs The Discovery reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound health purifies cad enriches the blood and nourishes the serves in abort establishes sound vigorous health year dealer offers semetkla last as jfearf it Is probably better FOR HIMIt pays better Sat you are tMmtclmt of fJjre care mot the pretlt 39 IIkeres aethlmt Just as good for yes Say se Dr PierceS Common Sense Medical Adviser In Plauj English or Med Iciae Simplified 1006 pages aver 700 illustrations newly revised uptodate Edition papeivbound sent for 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of wijr Clothbound 31t stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y TE t Ath u Kentucky People AllHgo Over Coming Event A BANBSOME PRIZE LIST Thirty Thousand Dollars Offered In Prizes for Week of Septem ber 13th to 18th hDettions to Be Presented Tfils 4 I Year V Is Iii Thirty thousand dollars inakes a very Mndwna prize list This l amount will be offered at the Seventh annual Kentucky State Fair whicht Is scheduled for the rweek of Sep tember 13th to tiath inclilslve The marvelous piece of wjafk accontplished in the iqcomparahly short time of three moqths last season In which the largest most useful and most beauti ful show pavilion in the world and a permanent grand stand of steel and concrete construction were erected a modellialf mile race track was built and some forty or more buildings of a more temporary nature for the hens lug of all livestock agricultural lair ticuitural exhibits etc were complets ed is fresh lei the minds of those who witnessed last years exhibition With J the addition of beautiful road ways flower bedff ind installation ofele tric lights In the pavilion for the use of horse show and hippodrome perfor mancps In the evening the grounds will present a grander aad more brll Harit spectacle this year In nearly every department the number of classes Kave ben increased and more liberal prize i are ojfered This is especially trr in the beef cattle and poultry depavmehts in each of which Uhe total nibney offered is probably thirty percnt larger than last year The special prizes are much more attractive anfl represent a greater value than ever before The honor and prestige of winning many of these trophies Is Infinitely greater than the intrinsic value of the prize itself The specials listed Include the Highland Home cup which Is donated by Gay hires of Pisgah Ky for the best and finest saddle bred foal of 190D the American saddle horse breeders as stallIo9orMontgomery chiefspeclal of 1frof jfered by Ball Uros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion nare or gelding any age by Montgomery chief the 1000 Keniucky fajmer saddle horse futurity for saddle bred foals of 190j the only saddle horse futurltj in exlstance which closed April 1st with 225 nominations the commis sioner of agrl culture saddle horse special value 41200 for the best live gaited saddl6 stallion mare or gelding three years old or over a handsome cup for thS chumDIon roadster given by Mr Basil erhoefer of Louisville the Dr McChord cupfor the best herd of Jack stock olTerQd by Jlr W P Hayes of Bloorafield Ky the grand silver trophy offered by thj Ainerican Berkshire Swine Association for host young herd of Berkshires exhibited by Kentucky breeder which Is the covet ed iioinr of the show among Berk shire breeders In every state an ag gregate sum of nearly 400 glvon by Commlsslqner Rankin for all the lead lug standard varieties olf poultry a silver cup donated by Mri F JI Deity tng for best exhlllt of Kentucky bred poultry specials by the Southdown Hampshire and Oxford Sheep Record Association for oshlbits of purebred sheep they respectively champion and the American 4n ora Goat Brepders Association spechil for the best flock of registered Angoran kids In the cattle debartmonts the money consideration for Specials is the great est and the classification most exten lye Shorthorni IUUIVUU Breed ers Association and the American Hereford Cattie Breeders Association have each donated 750 for pure bred cattle of those respective breeds oneS half to be glvon In opcn competition and onenaif to cattle owned by Ken tucky exhIbitors These offers were made on condition thaY the StatePair management would set apart 1000 In premiums for each of these breeds which was done thereby making n total of 1750 for each breed This Is the largest amount ever offered for either Shorthorns or Herefords at an state fair or exposition south of the Ohio river and perhaps equals the e gregr f prize money at any exhlbltlor in America this year with thoexc lloii of the national breed shews The Pollen fiurham Association of Airier ca renews fts fctfer of 100 iiispQcfi prize for Polled Duriiams The Amorlr tif iffLvrtnnn AuIw flddrsAssocInt1oa for the first tlmolnj sev jeralycars nie8forwar withaYj5SL liberal offer cf 200 In specials for Its litnoynJi9nDeDarfmcjt itafiis 8oni valuable speclali Tljroufeh the gejierous lib civility Jof the HolstelnFrieslan Assor elation of America the State Fair manasemehfhas been enabled to don ble the amount of prize money for this dairy breed and to place Its classifi cation almost on a par with the Jar the favorIte dAiry trccdvinihft south ever plnce Its 1m prtatlon to this country and the Kentucky Jersey cattle club will give a cuu valued at 55000for the pit nkimI ipey npru ot oneouu tuna tour era under one year old bred by a tucky exhibitor There are also erous specials offered by Hon M C Ranklni cominissioner agricultural departments the most pronlinent of whicll ate for ccimt rexhibits 150000 4isplproduces Thiff has been a very in kteresling andc educational leature at niarty of the leading state fr Irs for a Tiumber of years and will undoubtedly prqve a encces and boon to agri cultural Interest of Kentucky Superintendents of Departments at ttft Kentucky State Fair As usual most experienced and capa ble superimendents of departments ave been appointed R H LillardV of Lawrencebiirghas for the third time been chosen superintendent of the horse department and William Slm mona of Shophef dsvllle will again be- n eharge ot the mute exhibit W R foorman Jr of Glendeene Is super iptendent of beet cattle and Edgar Vaughn of Shelbyville will for the eighth consecutive year be superin euldent in the dairy cattle department Other superintendents reappointed arfi Colonel H L Igleheart of Morgan field swine department WB Middle ton of Shelbyyille sheer land goats John H Gpod of LouJsVllie poultry and pigeons H C Lovelace of Boston field seedand grain H MiFrqman of Gient tobacco Miss Evelyn Porter of Loulsyille womans department G P Rogers of Smithland farm Imple meats and machinery Prof JJ Hoop a erj of Lexington students judging t contest and H L Smyser of Lyndon snfced department Chasi Sholtz Jr Louisville Is superintendent of vegetables and melons Henry S Adams Eminence of HortieultuieW El Bulb North Fleasurevlllex of plants and flowers and Lucien Beckner Win chjester of minerals and forestryi The assistant superintendents Shave also ben named for poultry and pigeons W B Buford of NIchloasvllle and Robert H Young of Louisville fortvegetables and melons J 4 t aLtviaD Karsrier of Lexington for hortlcul ture M F Johnson of Buechel for womans department Miss Eva Mc Grew of Sayou and Miss Alice Par ter of Lqulsville Heads of Departments of the Ken t tucky State Fair s There are eighteen exhlbltdepart ments which have been placed under the head of the various members of the dtafe board of agriculture as fol lows Jf C Rankln of Frankfort poultry and pigeons plants and flow ers and students judging contest Trof M A Scovall of Lexirigton beetr cattle dairy cattle and collie dogs G tfMcGrew of Bayoul womans de partment farm Implements and ma chlntery manufactured products H M Beard of HardinsbUrg sheep and goats and vegetables and melons Guthrie M Vilson Bradstqwn liorsqs mules and Jack stock speed depart megi Caldwell Norton Louisville swine Dosha Breckenridge Lexirig on education anil alt William Addams Cynthlahai field seed tand grain and tobacco Fred R Blackburn Stanton horticulture forestry and mlndrals vKentucky State Fair Races Horse racing wifl be a greater at traction titan evorXat life State Fair this year At last gears fair it was donionstratid that a suocossful liar ness race hooting coud be held on these grounds The popularity of the sport was never moro pronounced Un usually lust tune was matte on the new halfmile track which has come to lie regarded as one of the bast half mile courses In America At tho mootJ lug last year the grand stand and the groupOs adjacent to kt were thronged by a surging mass of humanity e4ery afternoon eager to pse every heat In every race and nqt until he sum mary Of the last raca iwashung uj did HioIntcrofit iccaso orj onthusiasui dwin die t The Kentuckians by nature ha a fondness for liorsd racing Ail portunity for soolng his favorite sport will not be denied him at this years fair The tarly closing events 5iiot the largest Hbf of jcntrlcs ever re corded at the State Fair These events are known as Jho Louisville Retail Merchants Association stake for 221 pacers tile Loubvllie Conic merctal Club stake for 220 trotter and the Ken tucky IlrBwers Association stake for Ji20 trotteis In audition to tile sfako races there will bo six uurse nnd four gentlbmang road racps Piire entries close Sapt 0th Entries for the cup race at twelve oclock noon the lay before thtf mce The ataktf races will be en the three in five heat pljan and the purse races on the two In three boat plan Thefe will also he two running races each lay This ts destined to become one oft the most popular training tracks in the country This meeting fits Into avery conyentent circuit by following thelridlnna stata Fair and proceeding the Tennessee State Fair wkhlch Is the initiai meeting of the southern clr cuitf of Fors and trotting meetings The of this years mooting iIs already assured by the excellent llstvpf stao entries and the manage mom Is quite cohfiaent that all the pui Ftlca i4ilflU mt1sfactorlIy fF atalogpt1try blank or other cfonraUon wSlte J V Newman iertry J20 Paul Jones Builtlinsr eit 7ltle Ky I IItching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liqufd for external use Zemo givef instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching Skin or Scalp disease AH Druggists Wrte for sample IL W Ros Mcd Co t St Louis Mo- a 7wri siT I iii Tii i j WI11S- II THE SThTE UNIyERJPi1- II IXINGTONHKYsit rV rdjj fvi I t I I The State University Lexington Kentucky offrs the folio winfcOur e I namely Agricultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Ei gineering Mining Engineering Classical and seven Scientific courses MtrJrof which extends over four years and leads to a Bacheloi degree also a Dpsrt mentof Law and a Department of Education which last IMS been e4tablkhe I instead of the Normal School Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work in petjagogj and are granted a Bachelors degree in this tutect jCbuntyi ties fuel and light traveling expenses If they remain ten consecutive mo ntH one collegiate year v I The laboratories and museum are large well equfpped comprek Mye and modern wkkKkaMilitary Science is fully provided for as required by CottgreM The tobi number of matriculates for l year w 1078 department has a specialist t its head with the cessaiyiHmilxi dp IIliberal women find an excellent v home with board r and lodging in Patterson is well equipped withall the modern conveniences bath roq hil culture at 300 per week All courses of study in the Onif erstty upon to women on identical conditions withj iose applying to males Forcat lpgues methods of obtaining appointments informati regarding I courses of study and terms of admission apply to 7 K PATTERSON Ph DLLD President IIJAMES Business Agent 1 Begins Sept 9 1909s THE BUFFALO 1 A Good Surveyor and One of Our First Roadmakers The buffalo was a good surveyor It did not reason out yhy If should tjo lu se Ain direction tail Us sure instinct took it by the on lesl and most direct paths over high lands and low to the salt lIcJfH and wntcr courses which were Its goal The authors oCThe Story of the Great ILakes Edwards Channingand M Lansing say that tle buffhlo ollserwf something like ihepVimIpUSjpliUIi today govern the clvlf engineer As soon us the explorer landed pa the soutiiorn slums of Lakes Erie Michigan and Superlof he came upon buffalo roads or Atraces Sometimes these were narrow ditches a toot wide nd from six Inches to two feet deep trodden loAvn by the Impact of thou pands of loots as herd after herd of buffaloes hail taiuped along In single file behind t heir holders AYhcn this first Pith bpcarae too deep1 for comfort because of repeated travel the buffaloes vould abandon It lid begin a second path illongslde the nrst and thus the frequented traces would be gradually widened Again an Iranuyise herd of these heavy animals woiild crash through Vh e forest breaking sin their rapid progress a liroad deep road from on feeding gr und to another As this route would be followed again and by tbinautdnihcr herds It vould bee me level uiul hard as a rofk s that there was vmil rejtlclnfC In plo fleer selthnulntsvlMfi lu weary rond makers struggling TOJh log csuiscwayfi aud swampy hollows came Ilpell a firm solid buffalo trace Nor was this an timoniindn exiurlence- Tlu Hm f insuiy at tlioxe followid lodaV Jy leur ruilroads nittiI vannls us liwits tolIowii lby our log roads and turnpikes n The iiuffalo follmvid tlu IeVel of tlu valley IU sv rvid round high points wliiitevr It tui JkSttl Cteitliligiit ridstj itnd vSu lifds at tlie heat nut Ural divides nsittgtrgit awd he cn rtif i fran ii dfif ti tlu riJMl nfrfi if crii Jiv cl tlhtid4ig lynj ststRwtr it faliiiiti tiuu iti rttvu ihis tthitipe ttuh sco for the Urst iusjiae Ida xHilt a the work iattu jfi the vtirfoftg grijl- tipeti a the Stutc WuW fravnt ty pcr during this vaik tf l1tK Ktucky State Fair h gnttJas u more and njffl tw afttjtfsk insti i tlon arid H li hojK4 t3 for tai yenrs to he atrat 1l14aY r uorkimti u t v vaifofi ul fcu oT thin cominosnvtwlfli For catnltvg ntry blank w uthsr lnormaiion write j W Xewmah Socretary 42 Paul pdnea Building Loulsvillu Ky Women fe Well is Men are Made Hlswabls by Hdney and Bladder Mia Kidney trouble preys upon thieniiud- discouragesandlessensambitiou beauty ruj jqvigor auld cheerful disappeariQirstfrfliLUt W out of order or die iigxttrouble prevalent has l that it is not uncom P mdn for a child to be born afflicted with tcak kidrifcy s If the child urinates tpo often if the urine scalds the flesh or if When the child reaches an age when it shOuld be abitcicontro1 the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting uepentl upon it the cause of tlie diffi culty is kidney trouble and tile first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant itronble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well aS nieii are inaae mtser able with kidney aud bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild aura the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It issold by druggists in fifty tent and onedollar size bottles You any have it sample bottle by mail free also a pamphlet telling alt about SwampRootir including sunny of thetlipusandS of tests monial letters received from sufferers who found SwairipRpot to be just the- remedyutee1ed In writing Dr Xiinuer Co BinhaiutonN Y4be sure nod mention tins paper Dont make any mistake but jeinember the name Dr KUmers SwampRopt and the nddreSs BiBguamtpa N Y on every bottle Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do Tins Not mowIng the Real Cause of their Condition These Door suffering WDmeni have been led to believe that their misery of mint andtodyjis entire ly duo ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are ye- cponsible or largely so Mid Iin Each cases the kidneys and blao der are the organs that rieed and must have attention Thqse torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating anC swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless Vness and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWIttX itidneys and Bladder Pills have in thousands of eases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of emale organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit As an illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble and that she Js now well and that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can In no cane produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrtipy alcoholic liquid prep i arations are apt to dp E aDeWitt Co Ckaee M want every man and woaawshave the least suspicio tlittkey are afflicted ith kMuMider diseases tbat oficViwrit tttea and a trial box of tlieiPnii Trill be sent free by return pofl4 paid Do It today 7 SOLDBY tEDt ROSS DRUGSTOR1 FOR SALE y Large atid Small Wheat Cthi aipd e4rTobacco Farms leVel rjch and 1I qfrom stone Large iesidences zndJ o barns good Railroad c nnetionsCan o offer a bargain at 35 to 60 iza re long time payments BL4JELY Bowling Qrecn K rIoms Beauty Some women Tetamtlieir beauty to an atfranced age But women who Regularly endure painbg rapidly for suffering leaves its lating marks on rthem r ISTearly a31 women sulCermore ox l m 9fta form of female trouble It ghould not be neglfected lAvoid the pairi treat yourself at lioirrt lif taking Cardui a thousands of other women have doneSBegin at once and give Gardiii a fair trial iARDUWfflH IYou Sa 3SiL iSnrlison Goretille DLj tri a Crduf n3 wrlfs 91 suffered mfi CMiale trpul3lei tad ITM to iick I could art ftjaicl on my fect Tidily I beg i k CMu ad ioon began to mend Now I ai able io do sll wr Iwmwwod end fk in mad better ijealth ilisni TriiWt e fXq it A ALL DRUG moat IBUSINESSNEW AIJSAtrr ll iMU MAINTAIWLL gQUiPDDOTORY fBctuUfut loc te Nweeuieat Ss veu Expertfactottyv Tli dcmd tor ew suMmto ZiiaHehCotwiel En IIIrIrI Fozty- tif yea WgWIotktIdi s iL Vs DR BELLS A For iOtrnall arid K XtSrnI Phis bd4tf rNothins but the A 1