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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wJ 1 r 7 Tw 7 1 TAlYIJIQ UJi flE INB I t r4JI1Ii lIf if iT i1xt4 J I iJJ n I jI5MIIfl r r tt J rJ i Jd l Iiii db Iit SERtESaYQLjXYI NIT 34 I SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 26 1909 OOPE11 r1 i Jf DRf F TRUSTY Jf J t PRACTICAL I DENTIstS Dfflfcc over HaYdon Barber pricestff w SpRINGFIELD TY- J l1JR DIRECTORY r tV iFJUrTIEI D county seat of Wasliiiiftoa County 52 miles south ast cietiHton S9 mites from VJ 6 Uyilfcoa Brdstown branch of I wisviUe and KatfcWille iatlroad in a farmer and afritultural district rwo Batiks telegraph and telephone llae KsSOmceJ r flour mills lumber r yard Popu1 ation 1100 population pf I f9tMfr 15000 Jtepr eatatiYeiu Congresg Hon i BeN JoiiMon Bwdgtown Ky Wcjretntativ id iutuckyLegI rare Hen W C McChord XeprwKBtative in State Seatc Hon G tJaIV1 CambellsvneX 8- q- it lfY Dlrectoy 4 d- J ifCIRCUIT COURT CircMfttGoUrt begins on the fourth ICo dayn February May And Oct I H Tkurman JndgC JJ I furham Commonwealth Atformey bLft 1 Nbe Clerk i T M Gil eachmnt Master Cbmmlss liner it 4j 1tYRTRV L1JRTi V QuarterlY Court i8jhel4 on the third l tbrTiCondaimn each o L B lAlBitsey Judge- OUNTYpURT r t bunty oart meets on the fouth londaytjnc ich mouth r BII4theJudge C p W P Booker C uuty Clerk ji r V T S Mayes County Attorney Jj GeorgeCaJiett Jailer V J iSidney jp bourne Sheriff tSam Amiderson A Dick Isham I K Herbert Eddlemani D putie v fid Masters James F Moore OountyV Surveyor rp OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy I Robert Noc Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner Vj1W Bush Suptvof Commop t Sqhoolii P 0 Springfield i CITY COURt t James R Noe Police Judge John GracerMarshal W GrJgsby City Attorney f JUSTICE COURT ntlce Courts are held in January Aprll and October t- Ur v Church Directory 4 l METHODIST OHTJRCR 45ev Q S King Pastor Ser ices every Sunday 11 iui And pm SnndaySchOol every Sunday atlOam t Prayer meeting1 every Wednesday alghtl s C A THOlylC CHURCH evP1 Heanessavf 4 Pastor Ser lcda very Sttiulayat Sand 10 oclock Em Services at St Rose same hours t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH UR VR iC Laws n Pastor Pieachinji every Snnday atvll a m1 md atti 7pTni Sunday school every I t aBdftr tJO ann Prayrr meetin very ThurBdayjeveniuffat 7 oclock- BAPTIST CHURCH RevWth Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 1 am and 748 pii Sunday School ever undayat930 3 m Prayer meeting verY lMsday evening at 745 oclock J r VHRISTIAN oCHURCH R7f W PV Wolf Pastor Ir- iceSflrst and fourth Sunday Sunday J iti t j Dhij i 4raterna1 Orders r ts1c LODGE SprJUIlfi ilodg loSO meets lnd tblfdI1o d y Teci month Wiasnington R A Chapter No S7 Tmeeits every second Tuetdat + sprnffieldCoUDtil JSt 1 irct cn- eveiryloarth 14ondajr t v i VHITES I Cream Vermifuge THE WttJUTEEl WORM REMEDY THE jMMLBftEirS FAYO4TE TMW swAt c TAYlIL isal TH ittiISfft i Co L fo RED CROSS D1U STORE t I ii 1 OBSERVATIONS J t M UP TO us Now that the ITS in Kentucky sheep is on it is expedient that Ic rit Cky people unite in their efforts to haelt removed and theye is but one way in which this can be donertha to remove the cause The delegation which went to Washington to use their ffortswiththe Department of Agriculture to stay the quarantine came back disappointed as all others are apt to 4o so long as present conditions prevail in the State It is useless now to say that the disease was brought l into the State it probably may hffve been but It is here and prevails to a greater extent than in oTher States The only course now opbp to Kentucky is to light the disease and stamp lit out which is not it is ciaimed aII very difficult thing to do 1nt fection is known to exist to a slight extent In two adjoiningc states but conditions there are not serious enough to require Federall quarantine The order for quarantine which went into effect August 16 provides thatll sheep shall be moved interstate Dl Kentucky only under the following conditions Sheep that Paree that have been dipped once Jn kh approved dip MJcder tne su par vision of an Inspector of the Bureau of Animal Industry within ten days before shipment tnav be snrjciped interstate to a recognized slaughtering center tor immediate slaughter If Diseased sheep are to be shipped interstate for stocking or feed g purposes they shall be dip pecTiwice with in an interval of ten days Other sheep may be moved interstate for feeding or stocking purposes alter lone dipping under Government super yisipn or they may oe S shipped interstate under quarantine restrictions for immediate slaughter without dipping Inspection and dipping under theregulaUons will be perform Bdfbnly at points where Federal- s inspectors ar stationed Louisville is at present ttte wily place m the State having dip ping facilities but if proper yarding and dipping facilities should be installed atbther points the Department of Agri culture would consider the advisability of establishing 5int- t spectfjon at such places for the convenience of shippers For many years scab has been quite prevalent in the west but as a result olthe combined effotso f the Federal and Stable auth ties much tefrHory has oeen entirely freed and the in fe9 t ion ill other sections has peen greatly reduced and it is hoped that within a few years more the disease will be entirely stamped but This is the first tune that Jibe disease has obtained a sufficient foothold eat btt the Mississippi Hiv er to1 reqpirea Federal quaraatine Information regarding the conditions of the quarantine and details of treatment and hand litifif may b3 obtained tree by addressing a request tQ tqeI jjijreau of Animal Industr- WashingtonDC t 1 t YT ARMERS STITUTEIt has rk been officially announced that the Farmers Institute for Washington county will be held this year at Springfield Novem bet 1st and 2nd This is at a t me when much of the busywork is over oil the farm and good crowds should be in atten dance The lecturersI tuis year who will conduct thprnstltutes are all able men and no farmer who is desirous of advancement in farming can afford to miss the the Institute Last year thefar mers Institute vas conducted here byMr J B alker andi Mcjwell Rpudebush an J those who attended not only heard in structivelectures bui were high ly entertained Special efforts vill b= maLe this year to havelfhe pest leg tnrers come to Springfield and those farmers w hoar expecting to attend may reasonabTY ex Dect one of the best Institutes tyer held in thq county otherSoldier Gone ComradJohn A Lewis passed away Aug 21st and was buried at JFlockbridge on the following day He served in the 6th Ky t Cavalry and was m good soldier and belongd to W H Hays post Ho wits a good man hon est and upright In his dealingsL with his fellow apand all a Christian There were ony seven old soJdierspresent at the funeral Only afuw of us left barely enough tofactaspall bearers Just think com rads that five years hence there will be none of us left or very Jew JJt least then let us live our few remain ing days quietly nobly and god ly so that we may be ready to enter that solaiers home in heaven M V Crouch CoD 10th Ky Inftt LIfo 10OOOO Years Aio Scientists have found in a caye In- witzer1andbes of men who livedii 300000 yearsl Uago when life was tn danger front wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A r6wn of Alexander Me is J largely from deadly dlBehse If it had not bten for Dr Kings New DIscovery which cured me I could not have lived he Writes suffering as I didlb from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough TO cure Sore LungS Colds obstinate Coogbs and prevent its the best nxedicine on larthl Haydon Robertson Trial bottl I free r i Kentucky Fair pates Shelbyville August 215 days t Springfield August254ays London August254 days Florence August 25r 4 days Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August 13 days Tompkinsvm Sept mber 15days Ferq Creek September 1S days Bardstown September 14 days HodgtnviUe SeptemBer 7 3daysI Monticello September i4 days Glasgow September 84daysISTATE PAIR OUISVII LB SEPTOTBEJR io DAYS A Millionaires Baby attended by the bigjiest priced baby specialist could not becured of stomJ ach or bawd trouble any quickeror urer than yput baby if you ive it McGees aby Elixir Cures diare rhoea dysentery and all derange- ments of the stomach and bowels Price 2Sc and 50c Sold by RedCros Drug Store AN IMPRACTICAL JOKER Thought It Vas Very Funny to Firo the flsyrick Vrittiral Jolrintptliit incanist form 1 1It cDiijiiioii In Hungary For toerly the ImnUs ited to be cemrsfe jmV tIn IIJIrIlU but tLiat Is chanplug lOW Th oiily savhij grace of tbp Uiigjnrian iiraetkal jokes says W B yBovllI iin Huiigary and till Huv inrhtus 4s that they are not terpe trnUd Inn spirit of bitterness One of the most famous jokers of the old school was J07sa Gyurl Exiled hi one of the most hmicesslblp parts uf great plain he lived aud died a rodisn and a buEfoon 4 story Is told of Jozsa going gcnd a night with a Count Keglcvleb wishing to be lmiresslve he Journey ad thither In a beau Ifiil new conch qf which he was very proud On being shown over the grounds by the count his attention was dire cttd to a remark ably fine liny rick Hay was then standing at a good price After sup per Jozsa drew ogethpr some friends and the rick was soon nothing but a heap of ashes The next tnorulng wfin Jozsn want ed to contlnuo his Jouruoy his wonderful carriage was not to be seen anywhere Why ray frlortd said the count you yourself burnt It Inst night The tact Is my conch house wants repair Jug and as the evening threatened to be wet cput your carriage under the rick to keep It dry A MAN OF LUCK The Story of theTestbhe Eastern Kings Mlhistefj A king onoc1 sJfld to n mjiilsttT 10 you bpllevi In Juck- HI do said the minister i Can you prove ItV uskid Jn Ulns Yes IIcnll y So one night IIP tlod up to ihr cell tug of a room n hag ontnlulng pens Wised with diamonds and let In txvo uen onp or whom believed In luirkV 1Idthe other In human effort nlnm The one who believed In lurk itilutly laid himself down on tbo ground on his blanket the other nfter n time found the bug and reeling In1Jie dark the peas and stoRies ate the is nnd threw the diamonds to his conrpnnWu saying Therie are the stones for your Idleness 1be man below received them in his blanket Inutile morning the king and the minister came and told each man to iteep what he had found The mun who believed in tryfbggpttthe peas whJch he Ijrtd eatenjlthe other got the diamonds vlThe minis r then isald Sire tufrc mat you seebe luck tJt Is as rare Das mixed WUlt diamonds so ttnone hope to live by luckAn Enst eraFabie I 1 Damnable Outrage On llast Monday morningar ordinary farm wagon was seer standing in front of our temple of justice and in thatt wagon lying on a few bed cloths and a mattress was an old woman j who a few years agohad divided tip her estate consisting of a few thousand dollars empng some of her children and she had been practically abandoned A rain came up and in order to protect her she was removed to the sheriffs office where she lay un til Tuesday morning when sbe was sentby the County Judge to a place where she could be car ed for At the session of 1966 of the Legislature a statute was passed to coverthe punishment of children who abandoned their parents it this way and it ought tobe inyoked in this case A child that has accepted tbeI trials and hardships and love of a pother and then desqrts her nold are ought to be ini hell where he belongs and jiot allowed tb contathinae decent people Pineville Sun I If you have pains in the back weak ackor any other indication of a weakened or disorQered condition of the kidneys or bladder you shouldl get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder putS right away when you experience the least sign of kidney or bladler complaints but be sure that you get De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and if you will send your name to E CI DeWitt Co Chicago you willre ceive a free trial box of these kidney and oladder piljs They are sold ere by Red Cross Drug Store Teaching Him a Lesson The new mail inrrler op the rural treE delivery route glanced nt the name on the letter box by the roadside stopped his horse and spoke to the roughly attired farufer with the ohlI slouch hat who wfaAJWihjfhis sun brpwned arms on the guILe and look Ing at him I see he said roJour name te Holmes Yes v Beverly Gr J tIYes Im the man1 that lives here Any relation of Shc rlock Holniea gravely asked the carrUr No slranswered the farmer buv Im deteotlve enough to know that yjoure not nvery good judge of human nature You took me for an Ignorutnivs because Ive got ray bid working d1id on Im Shorlopk Holmts enough tt look at a mails face and eyes bcforv I size him up asa Some mall fvi me Thanks Youths Compunlon Men and Their Feet The Frenchmans foot Is long nan row and well proportioned Time Scotchmans foot according to anthro pologists Is high and thick strong muscular and capable of hard work The Russians foot possesses one pe cullarlty the toes being generally webbed to the first joint The Tar tars foot short and heavy the foot of a certain type of savage and the toes are the same length Thi Span lards foot Is generally small but fine Iy curved The Englishmans foot Is In most cues short and rather fleshy and nofns a ruleas strong propor tlonally as It should be Argonaut JaV lIe Water Wherever water Is used In preparing bleaches It should be sortrhe alkali In hard water affects nil chemical substances Jnvelle water Is a standard preparation for bleaching white things and removing spots and stains but lt must not touch colored surfaces Toj make It dissolve half a pound of wash Ing soda in a pint of boiling water and mix it with a quarter pound of chloride of lime dissolved In a quart of boning water Stir well let settle pour oft the clear liquid and keep closely corked In a dark place J 1Precedent Will that young pan ever go home demanded the Irritated head nf t dIt d httjoneVushlngton A Gscd Gusss Does your father know you smoke little boy Jnd the Imjnlslflyo ilJorIV II not rrpllrd the bid 4ioyt 5iiU itxJ k up his cigumriDe- It irItt a fhs3 Rule lie i ier bridge When 1- 1Ilplhf trJ1eI gijijil rule to rtlay truiiips- if ts 4tiut It wlien 1iu hi ihj ciiutkneIttllht trump mipbIi jil Ititnniil IITven J1PI1I rllmI1 thinks 1t1 itU lii r VVtrWi In gold she would Ija ir LHit ii yJfiMWlhlMdelphli LEBANON LOCALS From The Falcon f JMrs Sllen Wel b93 years of age wife of MrThos Welch died last Friday of stomach x trouble The funeral services were o9nctuced by Rev Father IKpnedyj church Monday and burial was- im St Augustines cemetery Deceased was well beloved by her friends Sheis survived by heV husbahd andt five daughters Miss Mary Tu negate an uno sualliy pretty arid attractive young girl 18 years of ag- ededattho residence of her lath er Mr William Tungate near Bradfordsyilie Sunday morning atS oclock after only three days illness of typhoid fever The funeral services and interment which were at Old Liberty were conducted by Elder John Brewer Monday afternoon The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends As mentioned in the Falcon several weeks ajjo the local council of the Knights ofr Colum bus will hold a one day outing aid picnic at the Chautauqua grounds on Sept 81 A first cljiss brass band will furnish music THere wiil be progratn orlv cal and instrumental music byjlocal lament a lecture in the uairning anuafternoon also a bajll game between two strong begins to be selected The KnightSliop 10 make the day oneof5great interstto all aclthey arc anxious tEit tile public bear th date fn tnind and make arfangeoients to attend MES Eliza Cleinentsa well town anj3 highly esteemed wo man ugtcl 73 years died at the home oflr Floyd Walker near St Marys Tuesday afternoon of sicknesitkinculent to old age Tim fawral services were held at it Charles Church Wedres dgy afternoon npd urial was in the cemeterytbeLv Pecjea seeps survived by three sons John George and fSam Clements of this countv andtwo married daughters in Louisville Miss Effie Violet 43 years of age died Sunday at noon ofheart trouble Deceased was a daugh ter of Mrs Nanne Yiolett of Penick and was greatly admired for i her many virtues Tibe funeral services were conducied Monday afteirnoou at Mays Qhapel by Rev T F Walton and interment was in the Cuapel cemetery A message was received Wed nesday morning conveying the sad intejligenae of the death of Mr John Eyddane fatherof Mrsn M Spalding of near Lebanon Mrs Spalding bad gone to her fathers home at Owensboro on Sunday on ac count of Jiis illness and was there when he dledv Mr Lyd dane was ameinber of the firm ojf McAIee Lyddane and Ray the largest department stbre in Owensboro He was acultured gentleman and a ood business man Ris wjfe and five children survive him e Thorcaremanjiriiitationa of D Wit t Carbolized Witch Hazel SalveDe Wltta i the original Be sure 01 get DeWitts Carbotized Witch Hazell Salvel when you ask for it JIis goodII fbr cuts burns undo bruises and especially good forfPiles Sold by tad Cross Phmao1 A No S3 For thojjjruth ISSiict triUlifuji wmteor lin toji vvrjur In IH Lowliiii Skotrli had Us pruiHr reward lu the following in KtiiMi TonoliprNmv Vinrv u tell trie what till olfactory organ is uioyI14as0 siriw Kir JVi4iliorQute right Touch Skin iiiniipr Andiu w comes a professort who dwlim3 that fruit Is Just ns ItMiUiy with tluvskln on nsit Is peeled tturfr irui idIIke to see Homebody iuirf him cm n diet of phionpple chiCflu News Great tluntKhts rodiued to practice jrrrnt its Flnrlltt 7 Yeaf with Coughs We have had nearly seventy years of experience with Ayerfs Cherry Pectoral That makes US have great con t Idence in it for coughs colds bronchitis weak throats and weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experience I he has had with ifei He knows He can advise you jwisely Keep in close touch with your family physician i No alcohol in this cough medicine 7jCAyer Co Lowell Mew Be wen r be strong You cannot if your bttweb are constipated The best laxative Iis Acrs Pills all vegetable Ask your doctor it he agrees with us Do as he says 4 Republican Mass Con ventio RepubliJ J h At a met ting of the pan Conmit4eeof Washington jCobntyJ Kentucky held al Saturday1JpJy order was made Ji is ordered that the Republi cans of Washington covrnty Ky shall meet in mass convention at the Court House in Suringfield Ky on Saturday Sept 4 1909 at 2 oclock pm for the pur pose of jiominatinga Republcar and1maltlDas the convention deems proper jt is farther Ordered that all electors in Washington county kytwhcr oted for W H Taft for President of the United States at the Kovember election 1908 arid allelectorswho have reached ii age of 21 years since said election pr will lreach such age in time to vote at the regular November election 1909 and who declare their intention to vote for the Republican nomi nees shall have the right to par ticipate inthe saW convention I This July 31109ItW F GRiGSBir Chm MARSHAL DUNCN Secy THETOQUET It Appears That This Organ Can Br Eloquent Even When Silentl Front the observations made bya nhysl gnoiulat it utjuears that the tongue when quite still can be as elo qucknt In giving Its owner avay as jvhtfD it is wagging sixteen to the dozfti Thli is u bard fact for u silent man toswallovlu suleticerHis only remedy Is to kvep weU so as to obviate the uif ssiry iUjjinitiou of the doctor to put his tongue out for by this thrust out sign time doctor shall know him The tongue of the talker when ob truded iiu Iliics to the right side of the mouth we mire askedrto believe whereas time seldom used tongue gravitates to the left side Orators preaeberx cud barristers are endowed with right aided tongues Verbally parsimonious persons have Wit KkUd tongues turthernioru lhef tongue that tsbM ts out straight without turning or wavering indicates n solid reliable mtin of jaffairs Tongues that turn up Indicate Impractical natures A downward drooping tongue belongs to a person born to poverty and a ready eye for the bopeless side of things1 The cruel tongue tiuttens and broadens when extended The delicate speaking organ with curled up edges IsI the property of an Imaginative and artistic being When the tongue Is sues forth as if gripped In a dental vise it signifies a love of life more than ordinary Finally we ate warned that the In dividual who thrusts forth his tongue to Its extremest verge is a person to whom no secret should ever be cjon tided for he Is an Irreapouslble chat terer LbudQn Chronicle HE WANTED A PARROT The Use to Whichthe Old MOn Would Put the Green Bird We are all striving for two things success and happiness To get these many of nature struggling for n third fortuneIn striving to nttnln our desires many of ns lined a green par fqtl In u Jlttle town In Iowa In the nmidstot a great stretch of timber amid meadow n marl built n castle Something over SlioOOO he spent In bulldlnj a home It was liuisucd within with the finest polished woiids The founda lIon was of brgwnstone the windows of Fremh plate and every detaIUwaK carried out In the best manner Hi had grown to be uu old Ulan He bad 11Iw11Y8 lived In n modest cottage of six roonjs This mansion had fifteen On one side there was a magnificent stone urch oVer the paved drlve that Jed up to the house He had Just completed showing n friend over the phWiand reached this point when tha visitor exclaimed Well Jol uyoQ oughtto be happy This Is a magnificent home Here Is everything ore could wish for Waal replied the old man who was n cat tie buyer a fellow always wants something else What on earth could you want was the query UA green parrot to hang up than In the drive Why a green parrot ISo every morning nfore I drive out he would say John jfourp a darn toot Cleveland Press II Origin of the Word Academy Academus was a wealthy Greek of Athetis who lltjed several hundred years liefore the birth of Christt Araong his possessions was beuutlfnl grove where young men used fo cop gregate and listen totthetenchlngst of wise 11f nSlChilt Plato mind Swrutw This developed Into time school of mod ern times tine these modern Schools take their name academy from the old Greek AcaMemim The real mean lag of the word academy is a school for boys Sterilized llave yyiiv fnqulretV tthe city vis Itorua tposs covered bucket about the place uNo sir answered the farmer vAH our utensils tire sterilized and strictly sanitary1 Kansas City Jour nat fioOanjjer TIme LadyId bur you nice pearl handled knife for your blrth ay but Im superstitious Im wfrnlil it would cut uur frieiidshlp Tilfr MaprCheer up oknfeh woman buys could ever cut anythtas CleveluDjl Leader WeUKnowtf Engineer Dead- J Engineeieremiah Corkir1 familiarly known as Uncle Jer rylditd at the Round IThuse 61 the L N railway corner tenth and Maple streets on Fri day Aug 13 just as be was preparing to take his rain out Mr Corkerly vas well nowntp many people of Bardstown hay- irigbeen engineer ou the Spring branch E R for about eight years He was an exceedingly popularrnanal genial kindly disposition which gained him many ffie dswho are deeply grieved by his loss He is sur viyeii by a wife two daughter Mrs George Hitchjngsj andMiss Nellie Corkery and bn e soyjj Pr d Corkery an employe of the Illinois Central railway at MemphisBardstown 8 t an- tiard Tho Bf Head is of two kindsiconceit and the b head lit imetha fVtri ache Does your head ever feel like a ffbard and your brain feel loose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting eta your liver with alia Herbine tnt if worth ttving f the absolute and clertain relief youf get Sold by rhe Red Cross Drug- Store Ir2- Fine Cattle The finest and poisibly the hgbest priced lot of Jersey cattle ever purchased on the singlAtlin quarantine about the middjft 01 next month Dr H D Rod nan pf this county is thepar chaser and WIn add these beau 1es to his already noted herd the new shipment will have eighty head and while it is said the price was higher yet the- anirnuIswrncfuil of surprises in that they were better than he Ihadthe1cotjpurchase since it makes Shelby countys repUtation secure as Pru l tb Jerwj bfttik j4n- atondpo1blyt3J if ffTn eU will Iqs d ixtyJiia hehi wil be permitted tokWVShelby S ttMl fdJy A Gor wdjmeans that malt ami lh1t hivtMvM ljhavekeep healthy is to 1Mc tlHit jAirJitfr t J does its duty 35 iay tMIt 3tt rite only way to do tllI Is IJ3JLallards Herblae fi tkikWwtwSl 1 take It whenever your KreritWIiir J i tcttve eSij50c bottleper J Sold by Red Croeg Dnie S4i j a j JJ Bankrupcy Ii itit Lebanon JCj Aur l r ftOO In matter of Thas W jChUri Bankpupt ft t Creaitorg Qf said bvkrimar p notIfied fires mptingol ytui will be held at ocsbSw Lewis in SprlnM1 9 j on Friday feeptenBb li fwiy4 Iat 11 am where er t Y1t iIylattendt proye th l Iitrtfjk X amine the bankript 4ii4e4 t l trustee and doall Jolnr ptofkr1 baglnesg x i Cr j WJLis2i Y Itrj1A Vital PilisttThe most delicate arlef ar lM uisi la its bawels Eyery afthia1 itsufferswIthattickstkew1sjl r endamgerfu Ii t caIHG1t1 jr life of the lafant oiiii f r itiIbowels Sold by Keil CNN DrSf lor fct r1Dayj HiaJiaDs d MJ t1iOiiJ Davi HnrJ fS1 Mk 0ael Hanraban near Fyidirj ttown died on WIH I Jfjgust llth juf a loar iigi U dions illness The fjj n vices wej conduct bjVirjr Reverend CJ OCoiil at St Josephsjjfiurch atS J t I1i church On JThafJKhkjr Monuij j biter Dfmt in 64 Jo M h i tery Mrt Hinmh H ii4 i about twentyif ht Md j a 4 marriedBardi4owni SUaiaftl I t u lI I PROGRAM I Ii t OF trHEi r Washington County JuveMk i f I IFair Association FAIR CtOJJJtOS AT SPI1UIrLL II THURSDAY SEPTEWfeER 9tIIc l 11xt0 Jett1estDressed1oll 4 + tf 1 BestWhiteCakej2 Ribbon Caket T t lIS 3 Best Plate Biscuit 4 L 1 lz1rtjic4 Best Homemade Candy t 2T15 Hemstitched Handkerchieiv I 1 li 4 7florl j 8 Hand Bouquet 1 1 4 2 rlI9 Display of Cut Flowers i 1 J Ljs i 1 S 10 Bouquet of flosesi Ji l J id iiit i 0 I 11 Best halfdozen TomtoesIO io k12 Best KalfdozenEars of Corn1NS13 Plate r of Grapes i l c1S 14 Brown Leghorn Bantams any age 2 QSAIt1ew 15 White Leghorn Bantams any ageH Z Lrl f 16 Pair of Black Bantam J f 17 Pair Brown Leghorn Chickens any age lt i18 Pair Rhode Island B 5nlageri l e l Z 19 Pair Barred PlymoutitBocksj anytagc l lII12Q PairBuff Orpingtons anyVfT tt21 Pair White Plymouth Rocks any age 4 q I s S 22 Pair Light Brahmas any age f1f 77 ttf 23 Best dozen Eggs 24 Pair Pekln Ducks t25 Pair Indian Runner Ducks tI Z 7 i i 26 Pair Common PigeonsI i L 27 28 Ugliest Best i Goat Chicken to be t tjljr 9C t i1t l fti 29CB t Bird Dog any age i a t 30 Best Collie any age 7 r ifijjt AFTERNOON jrjrll 4 31 Best Shepherd any age A f a 32 Best Dog driven in harnes 1150 toflrztc tt scaii L 4 f r33 Best Suckling Colt 3 t6r rsfj2 1e McOtti4 J 81 34 Best Sucklinldf3 tolstt2 teecd t 35 Prettiesti Babj ona year old aaitunet tw iyii i I S 38 Prettlesk Child three years old and uader i 1 ri j 1 psccqndL4 tiI37 Best Stick horse rider over two year tiMivr i first 0q to second f i m1I t Stick hqjs rider over four ycara M ttollrst SOc toirrpw ft 39 Best Girl Rider under 16 yeirsaM tejlfitt tl h 1140 efBoy feider under 16yearsa4d til i irttbti jfci 41 Hitchup rIngs 5 y girlsi uer W yers bU t Sbucklea complete tltoJpttt tl id ifiiMi 742 Harness Pony any afet50 9Ijf Htjiyijpl tW 43 Saddle PoIiyaIy age lSOi0 first X ieiec i uv A el Turnoat Pony ira QI1 harMfk aM acrispuis 144 considered 42 torit U U Icemrf Worst Turnout 12 to Ut 1 tovZ Fre4 for all any fowl W 4f J 4Jwtftd t ii i Zt frJ secondll1Sto thrwe ieet tcrbe WLef Tpi S 4 l sack Racd regular ilsed aIakfl t ti 4eiF txace2otaitt1di nJ j 1 4ir5l3ycl race 2 Ii Mst1tC ts lj 50 Fcot race anybo4yr 15 jinof i J kJ W t rtJJ t 44 ra M rtTL lit NtWS4tAIItf it PINGP1LDKY ri h am1 TX Lii AY 4rt j MM MMI SEPIPOUN tfI4 Btltor and Pablitera I 4TVAY AUG 19 I DNac 1ickt i tt f itrttt Jude I IL HqRMAN f i 1r C arttMLve4D II 1fe t1wIAttyQ smLLtt Csnty jej L LnSEX f Cwitfj AttonyT S MATES r CttMattCltrkm1 BOOKER ctcikC1 rkB NOi dr L AXDflSON I liJiMrtJ1 BUSH JaUeiGo D CATIJETI AuNArW lITQHEL4 CoDR W L GRUME I lmTty rW G ROBERTS rctof the PeaceSpringQeld X9 tMi P ttTllle Johm Gordon SfriHffftcMKeK 9 amd Trederickstown- J W Wllktt Bprioiffield No 10 1as kuflj JOaR 0 PolIn 7 dr 1W ChapeL k TAnt iTI i 1IIirtWic r j wu acconir putothp1acebyt biwife aMl ilttt tfciifhttr Eloise KrtlvePrdcmsold his torn fe Mr JohH Ba leJof MAT tex Prioi unknown f 1 T Mii yjorioce Htydon is j liitiiiiig thisi wa kwith her fesiii Mr Leo Haydon of wiw A sraud UrsLeez- L Hi tt a d vckiWr Jl peat Saturday and SllHaywiLb Mrs Bud Coffee Mr prank Ha don Jr attend dtblry Hl lab Friday C Mr Boy Femwick spent dne l uLhUast week with lila hrother yoMr Staley Fenwick SirsJbki Tobin spent several days last week with Ms Albert ti KiiiddSfTcral from here attended eetIttlN WflgOflIY k iG Penwick sold three 1 t c to Miller apd brother c rQDln oD J kI Mrs Bettie Canary and daugh t ter IfiM Adray wire rn Mack l ill Sudiyr tCocauolIJhett Mr sad Mrs Gt Fenwick Mr s4 Mrs Roy Fenwick and ltI da giter Eloise spent Tues t day witb Mrs Stanley Fenwick Mr Gt W CccanpuKber sold p a mare to Jeptha Wilson for e 200 t vA i t flows This I We ifer Oae Hundred Dollars Be tfol ward GJ suiy case of btatrh that a BHtcb cured lij HaW Catarrh I i Cure T J Cheney Co 10ledol 0 k ieetke undersigned have known JFJ1Ckeuejr for the last 15 years J aid belley h1u perfectly honerable It imi all VuKimesa transaction and finan cially abe to carry out any obilga- I f tlMu made by kU firm Waldlng X1aaakrYifI j WiUleiale Druggists Toledo O Hails CJatarrk Cure istaken inter I allytictiBf direttly upon1 the blood Md HWCOUS surfaces of the bottle old by all Druggists Tak Halls Family Pills for co 4 itpattI CroM Roads Mr7Judley Bottom add lami Ij spemt Sunday with Mr Claud Key and family of Deep Creek r Mrs Jamie God andjtwo y childrenvspentpirt of lusixj week sc with Ber parents Mr and Mrs t i B F B ugg of Tick Creek aJf Mr Frank Graveejmd family l fpenVS uDday with his parents fI M Mr and Mra Woo 1iu Gayes ojf Graves Creeks Mr J H Gojode and wife i d speatSiwdaxwUh Mr CfaudKey- aBoTfainilyi of Deep Greek 0 Mr Johale Besit and family 7 of Deep Creek spent Tuesda Te fj z with ifr Dick Graves and iami J If atqhkpbuie t Lu M MM Erne Bottom visited Miss S Yi Nellie GravesTbursday night y Mia Lucille Graves visited q r MiLeDioyne Horns Saturday i I A Fain Remedy w F Both lateriial aid external IK needed r i iMiilylby attwrferery family Keep a iotllcof Dr Bells AntiPain i 601 ar all kudaof wellrbubiei W- Extcri lly foroits burns1spralns aad a pii ttenglyanUsepic 4 u ierywiere flff Litsey S2f liff1i r r r4M Llr Th 9anJ1f Mr jt Vastrss1e i MLsa IIiaBeV X4P ri rE at Tatham Spr11JIS Tji P pM4t- IiMr B l Hr a 1 r 8 Jf uckt DiJ M Ippt r P MsN iss5ie8uiilh aid A Announcements areauthorized to announce tQ E P JEDMill ia a candidate t Representative hi the tower House at the Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of- tbeepubjtcari convention Sep teII her 4 1909 We are authprized to announce 4 ELVIN BIRCH- as a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the Mackville andJHeudren Magisterial l district subject to the action of the Republican party hehanslent Sunday with Miss E irn ivEuse Polin t lOSS es Zelma Mcllvoy and Uzzte Logsdon spent last wepk wiili Mids Addie Willett Misses Cath rihe and Elinor Thompson have beenatendinpr the house party at Mr J I Martins the past week 1 Ed Cusislri iis threshing in this neighborhoodMrs Hopper spent last week in Perry ville and attended tile fair at that place Mr John Grigsby is building a tobacco barn Mrs Taylor fcSpalding and frs Dan Kelly visited Mr J R Reed Thursday Those tho attended the house party at Mr j I Martins returned home Monday Messrs Jack McChord John S McElroy and FInley Scruggs visited friends at this place Saturday Mr Elbert Colvin met with quite palnf accident last Monday while working on as tobacco barn at the Grundy Home a hand ax fell from the barn atriking him on the head and inflicting a deep Tvound The ice creatrisupper given by the young lladies society at Mr L M Gregorys was large ly attended and the neat sum of 425 Collars was realized AMERICAN WANDERLUST or+A Habit Which Strengthens the Co hesive Unity of the Nation Less ibarv halt tbt members off tbr United Statps senate und house of rep resell latlves are native boruln th statES whlcb they represent Nothing could more clearly blthl alert ac Uvltlejjf of the Ainericun people and I that cbnstam intermingling of the In habitants of the spveral states which Adds so nitKji to the cohesive unity 01 the nation The boy who goes ton distant statp often accomplishes mon than the one who goes straight on lii the footprints of his fattier In the home village Even Daniel Webster was n rbom In the old tiny State whose Influence nnd dignity liP wel sustained and whose people mourned him so sincerely when his great dosed This wandering Ironi suite to lielI has rpsnltrd in the organizing in York dty of many tate soeletlf which aim to gather ttq ethertbe nsi lives of their respective sUites an nually to revive vthe pleasant memories of the old borne days with their thbii sand clinging ties Wblitwould bjjppen jf the Ameri pan people should cease to wandei about the country a question often askedIthcNald that an eastern tuiiir never amounts to anything untlhe goes west and thatll western man has ttf come o tst In order to Attain his full stature mentally The northern man Is advised to go south to learn gentle courtesy and ehlalric bearing the southerner to go north to add more Iron to lila blood There can be no doubt that this constant evolutibr bas encouraged the birth of nOw Ideas klnetociJldtderful moving pictures which gives u glimpses Of life In motion all over tb world Joe Mitchell Chappie in Na tlonal Magazine THE HURRYING BARBER Seed Manifested More Inthe Motion Than In the Results Barbers remarked the man with tile short hnlrare born unable to hurry Just you go into a shop as did the other day wantlhg a hair cut and ask the barber bow long it wilt take He told me Ob about twenty minutes and I oald to go ahead That bather honestly believed hr was hurrying but be couidnJ J ave out those little snipsnips about tilt back of the neck they are all so fond bftolng and be had tticqttbe hair as irbe were chiseling priceless marble When it gottobe about half an houi Iiysald to him Youre a pretty bad rlpdgo of time arent youVf He came back with something about not want ing to turn out a poor Job Ive known It to happen often the case of shaving When you tell 10I barber to hurry lie dashes around tbe tiled floor at Imminent risk of fall Ing Bud bp splashes the lather Into your eyes uiid your uioutb but the fact remains thor be takes as much tune as usual to rub tbe lather into your face and its much time to sbaveou I begin to believe there Is some sort of rule regard ngxtlrne that all barbers observe liecaiyte I have timed them Once anked a barber to hurry flmylng nie and be bud all the motions but took up Just us much thnena wheji he wcut along at bis usuaigait I imagine they llkve the customer will be satisfied vltli the ajipcarauee riuif winded when changing frplnout iild of the chair to the otherN- e1JtuL Moneyrjj moneYJfASkj i tripttbtwrea the borne grown pIoso- 1seCb1cagoNews r EnHMefitrigJtelle Ftthef saId little Rpllo what i- segour A n exottet my son n burnt match lb jt Jtbjitk Jt was tthe whole lire wwW Washlngtop Star 1 r i iT Ti7 f 1iiI Lt bt I I ME 10 THEFAIRi 1t Ic4q LIi 1tf J lti 1 1 I 4 We are now prepared to show you a morevaried assortment of tt 1- f 1 r l JC I 1ih i GENTS AND LADIES FURNISHINGSI f I+ r 1 THAN ANY HOUSE IN TOWN HJ L I i I I tr ladies Neckwear Dutch Collars Barrettest Back and Sides Combs Dutcht Collar Pins Belts Hosiery Gloves d 1 t I Shirtt Waists Dress Skirts Muslin Underwear and Hyde grade Heatherbloom SKirts I if l iI iIiclothing I We have received a complete stock of Hart I 3chaffer Marx Suits for Fall fr m18 to 30 RtJB4CoVsWellworth Suits 7 50 to 2000 I The celebrated Perfection Suits for Children and young men for Children Knee Pant V Suit 400 to 1000 and for Young Men 750 to 20 r heaetheeline represent the very best of style I11 and quality a l l II I Shoes I We are also stocked up in the newest shapes and styles in Mens Womens and Childrens fine Shoes for- fa1LBelngsolaagents for Mens Florsheirsaud Douglass I Shoes Womens Krippendorf Dittman Cos fine Shoes Childrens celebrated Sinbock Shoes I prin and Summer Clothing Mens Spring Suits worth 25pO for 1500 I Mens Spring Suits worth 2000 for 1250 i Mens Spring Suits vorth15OO for gOp I r I t t Cunningham l Duncan 7 Co i J i t l Miller Jewel Due to thc sensational jame be bns been puttiifff up since bI debut In the IwbodecJaresecond baseman that the FIttsburg Na tionals bare bud since tbe days of Blerbauer and Rltchey Thereis no JACK JIJLLRR SECOND BASEMAN OP TUB pmsBiroa NATIONALS question that he Is a better nil urpund mn than either of tbe two mentioned gr atas they yeret lie is a fast Held er a reliable bl1treraQd good f base runner The Pirates have a9 iJeutel in him In a few years be will be ae starsinBoston Got Pit hrpape Cheap The Bostuu Auierican league club secured Harry Ptlpcopeot tbe Mil waokee pitchers at Its own ligure wbep last fall tbe Boston club was IIblst verslty of Illinois HQW scouting for the Chicago club liked Japes work very much and recoiiuoendtd that be purchased Imtnt nothing wore Ibe 2500 toJOOO The deal fell through and Pope remained with the jMIlwankce club The past spring iape hadn lame shouldur and was not In tivoiidltlon to pitch his best for sevcrdl weeks ilt vas necessary for Manager Mc Closky to get pne ut the pitchers out in order to keel within the playef limit and Pape wT s the wan to go Manager McCloskv advised Fred Like the Boston manager to take Pare aud give him a thorough trial ash has great confidence In bis nbllI ity to make good If rape is a sue cS with Boston the Milwaukee club wIn be reimbursed for the young m nrIfaot whj the Boston club will be a little outii Pope is pnly a youngster and Is veiryiromlslng He bus a splpndld drop curve and also speed when necessary r n 44i 4Sj ITheI INCORPORATED NW Corner 7th Market LOUISVILLE KY JI Home Phone 7765 Special Attention to Mall Order Customers Cumb Main 14 20 i We of the fullowing brands i Moore Spring 1902 at 400 i iEvergli We also handle Mattingly Moore Rolling Fork i and Willow Spring bottled in bond Pure i Apple Brandy and Wine i II U CONScIOUS WORRYtjt Born of the Habit of Taking Thing Too Seriously i A great many people worry uncou sciously says 0 S Marden In Success ul1deratnlldwhIt bledrhls mental disturbance Is often caused by the habit of taking thing too seriously carrying too great weight of responsiulllfy EJvervwhftt TVC see people who take life too son ously Mont of us ore like the motor info who not only starts and stops Jut ear and tries to keep from rumilny over people but also feels tremendou anxiety and responsibility about tilt mqtire power One of the most helpful lessons lift can impart Is that which sbowsus how to do our work as well as It be done anrl thou let principle tako care of the result How often have w been amazed to find things come out much better than we anticipated to find that the greats unseen nower thai feutcfiia our lives through wilurruCS OplUlinfogs of ditllcuitles nnllOrKorrOV through storms of hardships and losses safely Into port benrtVhlnbethat inystcrlons compass which see as plainly In the tog and guides os faithfully In the tempests as when tthin sea like glass We nre in tbuchk with a power greater than any compass greater titan any pilot a power thai can extricate us from the most dea perate situation Family Floriculture George Blank the stage manager is a lover of nature find a hater of tover coats pud umbrellas Recently during a vloletjt rainstorm he called on his mother entprlng her presence Bring log wet George said she flrnily you ought not to expose yourself hi such ycather You will girt pwuipQnja hBqt mother exclaimed Gqorge with a theatrical iynvc of hIs baiid why should f tar the rain loes t t IttQIt is a long flujp raid tliOj good woman doslng n window since yoti werp flower Success Magazine Y5 1 YrS ldsi tbPIIMI1 1a Jcw League May Qe Formed it Is the general opinion well in formed baseball inen in Kuijsax City Mo that there ylllbl It decided change III the AiuerlcimM wiutlontit cult next season SoverHl wt eks ago the American aKsoHittlbb majrnates liougbt it tm iball purl sItu In Chicago mid OIK it tmtt stthl rwently ibsit ntt ejwt Chkt wouhl be Iuvad d 4USel8tItIII nxl season JtlCLIUCCh- Iiigo taken In lIext stIu tbeMIn iHapoIls CntiKliise will be traHsferjreif 10 that city Should tilt mugimtesOe hit to over tmire rerrltory Kmisus Mllwaukop Kit Paul and Mfn- ufupills will be foixed back In t11w Western lfagu whik Atnerlraiiuaao Jut Ion tloams will be placed In Chlr Baittiturethus and Toledo being tin only teams In thetIgtuI Ajnerlcnn assoclatiof to remain Hittilt circuit e AChildren of primmais It is a curloo fact one allat varir1 terllltfbutthe children of crooks of alj classes rarely turn rOut to be crooks tfiem- splveS Deeper study of the subject might reveal that they tire possessed of the criminal Instincts but that the tragically close example of the punish went nUll wretchedness that attend a crl nlnnlcnrctrIullfht enf terrifying deterrent TIe fact at any rate re mains Thet rogues galleries Of Scot land Yard ijew York and Chicago may be studied in vain fore the photo graphs of o father and asouArgo haut He Did His Part Inor er to avoid an a womnii suffragist her Hobby a happy Thoroughlyj tfons acquiesced In the But sir sternly remarked the spinster your ndni son Is anything biit cretiltabie toyoth What for in stance have you ever done tOY tlir cmanvlpation of womanlli Madam responded the gentleman With a polite smile nnd n bow 1 have at least remained a bachelor Seemed AIIRigJt Mamma why dont you want me to play with that Kudger boyf tberamlfylfBeWhy mamma hea been vaccinated J twice aodit wouldnt take either time Ladles Home Journal Shirts The greatesfc line of Meris Fine Shirts ever shown in The Monareh 100 and 150 Fountain v IOOaridl150Y ferguson McKinnie50 and 75 These Shirts are hot excelled 1for value and styles Come andI see hem Gents Hosiery Neckwear Collars Belts Suspendersd SpecialPric- esarpets l i PN Rugs iIiLac Curtains Wall Paper I at half prices f 1rt Special Prices j I ti ON J lSpring d Sle klii fjj r We are making spcckUyrie 6a f f Spring and fia iner Goods ri jj Silk MullS worth Wc far 2Ji6 N 1w Mercerized Mallg worth Jl5cldri0 Muslins worth 20c for l2ici Muslin worth 12c for 9c it fOxfor s 1 Womens Oxfords worth fiQQv TVlor 200 V a r TomenY Oxfords wotthIO y for 200 V e5 i tMensOxfordaworblJOfOC 225 f jMens Oxfords worth 55IOtf iIr1n ll 11 Oi t CU nC II L I maaItyMattingiy Blackberry TAR j i 1 ri 11 J b v tf i fa 4 itJ I 7J t tI Believing that the people of Kentucky iti Hfr tjwill be interested in the oranizatinofth l kri 1tt7 r 1t4 Ir4j- 4 tIT Iahl j4 lA e n f rrl f fP Cltizens i tt lii t 4tit t j dtJ Il f 1irFifj qJI f i1t 4 f = fd i t a 1 i t NationaJ 4 4 tt f IttrWI J f di J J I f ti Lif 4J r1 Itj e r J iJIW fff t jf4 1It ll iM 1IIInsurance r f It 2ib Joit 1 4t + i1 f t ef v1t ItdJ l 1I A ljllrt I2t r r 4it C i h y nMIFJI srtr omfta I i l iJ iji JBelieving that they WANT such a compaayrbsltrkf t t tJ i- that they will SUPPORT lue hissbcrIg fr l tt its stock we will publish in this paper sry week tk amount of subscriptions to daIW1XX1 f fdbtinf tJ c subscriptions was begun Monday JutJLJiiw aM i ir jt 1f t the amounts subscriptions for ach wIqt r ib 1tiil t J J t J a j c ri tP lCrI i FIrst Week August t lIdV If 1 L 10696000 t i tJ l t e tt l Total Second Wepk August 9bJ o I I t t1 1iILit 1 J i5 2OO24OOOrr- t 2fjf r 1lr tYi J Total Third Week August 17I ly iiet s N S11 lZ I rrt 345OOOoTotal r i l1f i ii 41tt t 469LTCO ffi 1I t1 t 5l IF YOU ARE I NTEBESTEEnFfeLL OUT AND MAILTHIS COUP fftc G1 c l W H GREGORY LEADER SPRIN FJZCDIXY + iJ t Zi IOUISV1LEE KY qt iiDi f l t Pleasei send me full informationas tothe CITIZENS NATIONAL 1 1 C 1 i t TNSURANcCOM1ANY N AMI f 4 l3 fjf f J 1 1 tY4ij 1 r Jt t jIt r l t r a lADDRESS t tiI 44 f tt j i1 r JtItr r i 1 H ii i t JoJtr r tlii CJ f U Jtiqo i f A l i j T t l tit r l 0 1 T9jea t 1 4 t i r 1 J l J t tJ 1 I C1c10k r tC 1fii l 1 A tlJii4 IIr j 44J it h 1 J if Jt t t l wi 1r f DL irT4 BURTON NTDTl 1ii fHEXTMc1iD 3 OUT PA11f t t P Msrs t RPIINGP1ILDSKY D ta1WkStdctly Firtteiaar a bJCAWDL r aid Sirgesi- t Often hours 8 to sramj rr 1 lo 2 pmi- OftoM over Bjiydofts Drugstore t 44J I1iiimpton MD1 I 0Wct taOwti MKC Om1kiieNIResidence Ne 38 1W FGRIGSBY ATTORNEYAT LAW theTwPeoIekkt fKPWNWWIJ KY VflfV IfTW HYATT Oik over Red Cross Drug 9QItc hours Hyatt 1030 ftilto 12 n 4 to 5 pm i JWINYMAYE- SFlflfc DOCTOR jpCEISED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74o PllU1F1PLDh1 Railroad Schedule FollbwiHg Is the time scbedule ow ia effect on the Bardstown 1 daprlnlfieldbanchrallroa Mo 41 Leavei Louisville at 2 43Q p Hi Bardstown Junction in JBurdstown 6G6 p J6 p mbt artlvt Springfield 655 p m No 42j Leaves Springfield 6QOi a mlBardstown 645 am Br 3atowQ Junction 7BQam arives at Louisville 820 am No 4BiMvei Loujsville at 785 a m Bardstown Junction lOa mt Bardstowa1045 mII arrives at Suringfield 1215 p m i 1No 44teavet Springfield ato1J00 p m Bardstown 220 p m Bardstown Junction 410 p m arriyeg at liouisville 545 p m j No 90 Stundays Only Leaver Springfield 715 a mBardstown v 800 a ja Bardstown Junction 845am arriye at Louisville a35a m- v j No Si Sundays bnlyLeaves Louisville 1t 660 pp1i13rdSj torji Tunctibn 645 pin Bards town73Q p m arrives at SpnVgield at 81115 pmv I BOOKING ALUGATQRS A ffitrU prt W tH an Element of Uncertain In It funUngbvllsdye lantern and sbqtgun Is tame jport compared with what railed n i gator Bunt In Florida said on old Floridian who is visiting Jifrw Yorkt 9 m kp the feat oif capturing nn allitgator alive mid then towiiiir the j hlgh ground through mud Und water from what Is tailed In Florida a gn I tor hole T The gator fishermen first find the rwbli Is Indicated by an ppeiilnfi Jin the In the midst or a urrOndlnysKq where tiie by the al ligator In his pulls lu and fouL SOIUP I tloncs these gator holes are lp the ua t1are ofaCtvcln the bankof a streaui and may be fifteen or twenty feei epatfdflf8Q It lao an easy matter i to get ika1inaI put v The flsbfr Is supplied with a Ions pole with a metal hook on the end He takes it strong rope and lhows abqattlfe entrame of the hole Then the tiaber rams with the booked lpol den and waibr tind listens S a sator Iu the hole btlOWDn beast by puking bIll until p In it Wge filially grabs the nookpd pole auo pulled from the 1 den jtxls with uncertainly thai he iI1dragged forth for It Is not known i T Whether jbe catcb Is large er small The fisher does not know whether to get Into shape to run or to tight Oat tleJ1tor comes bellowing and roar Ing mud After the gator is dragged to tbi surface Tie In his rage turns and roth aad finally twists lilmself uplln the Tope or nooc that has been previously feimrsd With the assistance of thg others JIn the party the gators leg and ateHtM are tied And the gator Is prisnr if Tbe wtbr 1si for the most part asght la marshes where the ground l sort aM slishy and tpo wet for either iorsf 49f wagon to enter Tbe tiHhcr re e1IIedi to carry their catch to hlgber jfToumJ there to be loaSpd Jut t1 waitIng wagon and the hunt Mw0I L York Sun i r L KILLTHc COUCH M CURE TH LUNGS DrJings 1IwrDi svr Fit MLNSSATJS LUuSSTheUes VftXTUD ATJYAOTO 0 a I I I Jj4 TOMI i i r Ltcit Happt Iiit of UUit 1 Tfct Freshest and Latest I I 1 IAttrlfFrld- tt cquaiatucs Titll T TU WANTED Several good lab ors will pay 15c per hour apply to the new Baptist church VF0E SAtE4O head foodI tockewes GEORGE COLVIN f Wiliisbarg Kjg If rlIlnyOU want a wheat drillI see the Thomas Just received a carload cf Birdsell wagons See them at A G KlmbalFs Mrs G C Wharton entertain ed ateuchre Monday in bonor of Miss Matilda Brown of Louisville i 1 YA penalty of 5 per cent will beadded to allschool taxnot paid by SeptT 1st TreuVFOR SALE A long yearling Short Horn Bull registeied J R Wharton Springfield Ky LOSTOn the streets of Springfield list week Jpairlong cream colored kid gloves Finder please return to this office The Shalrfr Mack Company which was expected to show at Opera Hopse this week failed to arrive and Consequently there will be no show this week At the Spokane Reservation Drawing in Washington State Everett Buster of this county drew one of the best quarter sections of lland Harrodsburg Herald fLOST OR STRAYED One lack Poland China male hog weighing about BoO pounds Bothears and tail oil tJT Montgomery I Fredericktown fThe Bulhtt County Fair at Shepherdsv lIe which closed last iveekwsthe most success fitl since tbeorganization of the company Good premiums were red and many good exhibits made 11Miss Margie Graham has re- urned from the University of Tennesse where she took a course of private and class work under Dr Southwick of the Emerson school of oratoryoi1 Boston Mass Marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Booker to Mr Willie Gibbs and Miss Patience Crook and Mfr Jeff Case and Miss Margaret Cutsinger Mr JY Mayes recently something novel in the way of a freak While eating a tomato a short time ago he noticed a growth Init which ore a closeresemblance in form o a shde He took the shrte from the tomato and still has It- t retalstbe form of a shoe owingMcCabe that thQir accounts have been placed in the hands of Joseph Polin for collection Pleas call and settle same as itfs hflP1rtIDE4ays suit will be braugbtIMcCabe Riedel highlyredied last wek in the southern part of the county Aunt Terry was doubtless the oldest person in the county if not in the state She is known to have been 110 years old She was one of the real Black Aunties of slavery daysandwas formerly the property of Mrs Clotilda 6s bourn grandmother of sheriff J SOsbourn She was buried at St Rose on ast Thursday The Washington County Fair TOpI08II 9999999 is in full blat this week J good crowd was on hand yester day and many fine exhibits were Lfxlinltolland there are many speciali features on the ground for the entertainment of theWMarge crowds The largest rowd in the history of the Association iis expected tomorrow as itj is Louis ville day and a special train will be run from Louisville The Commercial Club of that city will be on hand and will 1 e met at the train by a large number of representative citi zeus The stock tb tare ex hibited are better than in for mer years The remaining days will of course be better than the first day Today is childrens day afad a large crowd of child ren are already on their way to spend a most enjoyable day The handsome home of Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt wore a festive air on Friday evening last the occasion beirig a 6 oclock dinner by her charming sister Miss Cora Elis Durrett in ho honor of Mr and Mrs 0 O McGHord arid attractive debut ant daugbtrj Miss Margaret Grjmdy McChord of Louisville Ky The table was artistically decdrate slin silver and hand painted china beautiful in the extreme the work of the fair August Specials r6 bars Big Deal Soap 25c 6 bars Red Wrapper 8oap 25c 7 bars Lenor Soap 25c 6 boxes Matches 25c Fruit Jars pints 50c Fruit Jars quarts 60c Fruit Jars 12s 75c f McElroy Shader hostess The color scheme was yellow andwhite Good cheer reparteesIwere brimful of humor The courses six in number were served in true Kentucky style Those who were included on this happy occasion were Mr and Mrs C 0 McObord Miss Margaret McChQrd fr and MrsM W Hy ttMrsE TI Wiggipton Mrs Margaret Nor man Mft David F Litsey Misses Eleaor Duncan and Elise Dure Messrs Robert Mayes Alex Barber and Evan Hagan X Death of MrsCecilj Mrs Rosa Ella Cecili died at her home near St Rose on last Sunday morning of infirmities due to old ageJ Mrs Cecil was onb of the olddst residents of the county Sue was born February 27 1826 in the neighborhood where she wai reared and lived during the whole of her life Her lather Clement Riney was one of the fist settlers ofhe county audi was a large landowner intbe St Rose neighbor hood On November 20h 1850 she was married toT W Cecil who preceded the grave beijto several years She was a good woman possessing mild unassumingImnn duties and giving herself no concern as to4he duties of t tber people thus throughout her whole life she was continually drawing to herself the friend ship of all with whom she came in contact and giving others no cause for greviance against her fr ndsonceacqti red were- fimnds for life She was the mother of eight children namely Marion and Tine Cecil Mrs Mattie Higdon Mrs Bettie Badeett and Miss Sa villa Cecil of this county Ms FJoTpncf Thompson of Louisville Mrs Sallie Burns of JeffersunvillPi Ind and Mr v Clem Ceciiwho died a few years ago Funeral services weie onduc 1j11p 1t 1t 1 fIifLDINUV 1- with all modern an uptodate Brick business house is worth just twice as = = much as a frame Structure of the same Think this over and should you llntIto build come to see its and talk itover t KRUEGER MILLER fBuilders of the Baptist Church M t o iiDANGER tracted Nb Teeth PAIN c exII tout 1 When pIa tesl I tjj Itjj11 i 1 1 I 11t11 aIted at aLEose Monday morning jwhenalarge numoer of friends followed the remains to their 1last resting place Death e f John Hardesty IIt will be with feelings ot pro sorrow that our readers will learn of the death of Mr John Hardesty who departed this life on last Tuesday morn ingWhilehE had been in fail ing health for several months his death came as something ofj a sbockf r he was sitting on the veranda in front of his house on MrjHardestyresidents of tbePolin neighborhood having been born there Marcb 18 1826 qnd lived there throughout his l feHis ances tors came to this county from England and settled in Virginia Mr Hajrdesty was a son of the late William Hardesty who died several years a Otand is fav orablv rememberfed by Washington county people because it was Ibe who was present at the mar riage of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy flanks and remembered that Lincoln was born in the little log cabin on the bank of the Beech Fork in this county He had two other sons be t sides Mr John iHardesty naint ly Jas L and MrW T Hafd esty Fis daughters were Mrs Polly Gray Mrs Bettie Haydon Mrs Bailie Gray and Mr Lucy Sale The family was raised in the neighborhood where they were bornand Mi4 Hardesty attended the rural schools of the county until he was about twenty years of age when he married Miss Fanny Snyder to Which union the following children wer born Jas B Jardesty of Nelson county Mrs Mary Williams Mrs Mattie Bayne and Mrs Sarah Hays all of whom with his wife survive No man in the ounty perhaps was btttef or more favorably known His kind and genial disposition won him many friends As a business man he had the confidence of all with whom he dealt He will beI much missed by his many Mends who for years have called hlm Uncle John Funeral l servicps ere conducted at his late residence yesterday by evG S King alter which a large crowd of friends followed the remains to Mt Zion cemetery PER80NAL Miss Alice Thompson of Highland Park will be the week end guest of Mrs W E Brown and attend the fair Saturday- Dr Prall and wile and daughter Dorothy of Henryville Ind are visiting Mrs Bottle Graham Miss Francis Martin entertained Thursday at six oclock In honor of Miss Margaret Grundy McChord of Louisville Mr J L Barber was in Bards town Tuesday Miss Ethel Bush of Chaplin is visiting Miss Laura Shehan Mr and Mrs Jeffries of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr ana Mrs R A Shader Mr J R Smith of Bloom field was here Mondav Miss Margaret Spalding is visiting in Bdrdstown this week Miss Lilly Nally of Bardstown is visiting relatives in the county Hon CS Hill Democratic candidate for Commonwealths attorney was in town Monday Messrs H S and P K Mc Eroy of Lebanon were in Springfield Monday Mr W W Spalding and Mr W G Buckner of Lebanon were here Monday Mr Toe Wycoffi of Mackville is spending the week in town Mrs George n1and children of Lebanon are vibitinfe relatives in the county Miss Lillie Down3 and brothe Matt of Bloomfield spent Tuesday in town Miss Sallie Doyli and Mia Stella Figg of Pleasureville are guests of Mrs Charlie NOP WMr and Mrs Etaa Grigsby Miss KaTherine Grigsby ana Mrr Thomas Talbott of Bards town were here Tuesday Barber BaldwinJ of Bardstown spent Monday here on bjasinewi Messrs Bennie Wathn and f andfca perK QbQo Nashville Tenn j IIs the guest of Mr Ben F Simmff Jr I Mr Reed Brown has returned to his home in Louisville After a visitjo F1 Martin and family Miss Mibel Williams has re turned home after a visit to Miss Lucite Payne of Louis villa Mr Will Stiles of Bnrdstown was here Monaay IIMcElroyandhttleL I lre1atlonli l JMiofj BaTdstown and Maxie Dldham Iof Bloomfield are guests of Miss Mabel Price Miss Irene Spalding has re SafterIms visiting Mr Macauly frien shereII Miss Maggie Mae N IMrsII Leone Rapier ofBirdstown MissIIIVisiting at the home of Mr C L Price Mr Richard Thompson of Louisville was here Sunday Mr Palmer Grundy of Lou isville Is visiting here Mr Frank Peters and Miss Mari aaydon and Mr Heffeman Rubei and Miss Flaget Simms attended the Perry vlJIe fairtoMr George Bachelor of Bloomfield will visit friends here this week Miss Margaret Shader Spent Tuesday in Louisville on busi ness t nfMrcuyuleJones and family Mr J L Wimsett and children of Lbuisvile are visiting rela tives here Mii JBernlce Spalding has returned to Lebanon after a visit to Miss Earnestine Knott LMissfoFridaythvillete vileMr Nick Pontridge 4nd wife of Louisville are ylsiting Mr and Mrs J F Greene Mr Russell Thompson of LaGrange is yisltifag relatives herep Mr Miss Anna James Of Harrods burgis attending the fair this buweekto Those from a distance who attended the thirds annual family and reunion at the homO of Mr and ilMrsJ i Ben Durrett Robert Durritt and akwifeSllHaydonLebanon Miss Elizabeth Smith tandbewJfe BthHceScottstoroDMr and Mrs B T Vsiggintonan of Bloom deld Mr and Mrs J D Mbtcb Dr M W Hyatton wife and children Mr r Benof Durrett and wife of Lebanon and tbetn byMrchildren Spent Sunday with pMrdo Engraved Gem af the AncUnU Engraved gems are umong the jnosti interesting objects of art hiberlted by us from the ancients Though many Of the cameos and InUglloa were en graved on precious stone over 2000 years ago they are still as clear and fine as if they were cut yesterday The designs engraved on thew stones Indicate that the old Greeks and no mans regarded themMo cbarms aga1nIed accident or mortune4lblalUpelesUtton generally took the form of a yotondnesSpanimalsbecause U was believed to be the marl ncrs friend Women so far as fishes were concerned preferred the reprc inj- Dentation of the prolllc arluga of the For Adriatic which was a symbol of fruit mfulness tIeitvittubleinCuindicatedause that uiterMKiBf batrachiaa rot to piiewsI hug it old skis Pcrtalntnfl t Fish BlessIngs on thee little naat Go afahlat wile yeti cas Never mind the HU1chooLTakind tbe8 bust the deepestt hole where talf he wary troutleta hldtl by the canyon one ntreanaleta side Sol get Hckcd at on bol8eZ of course a4 yMll Nffer great ov one bat wile tI 4IiHe8 youi l Htrlag hell faP sod say By jlagr s4 his rod sad reelU snatch aMd 4tartoatt to pake a catch wile year lit thackettile man Eoa iBfttet IxpreM f yo IC9 I 7F iiii EARLY J 1 PALL S Tflit- I j j t J 1 N 1 r I 11II II d l t Ladies latest Fall Style Suits which are now on displayJ at tstore A rebate will be given to each lady who buys d J now I IIin f Call and See This Beautiful Line v i I Special S Ladies Shirt Waists 0 1 J jsr t K Buy one for the fair Large stock to selectfrom traYalneL eJiiShirtSs Collars aud T1z t4Tit Just received Mens 7F1lesJ in Hats and Shoes Prices iJt The BobertsoflClaybrooke ContIff c INCORPpRATfiD f 1 t i ij t J i LARGE CROWD Hears Judge I H Thurman at Court House Monday The old Court House was filled its utmost capacity and every window and door was crowded onrli8tl Morodav when Jpdge I Thurman fired ibis first gun the campaign For several months many of those who have been opposing Judge Thurmin ave made themselves busy cir lating slanderous charges against his judicial record The many unreasonable and untrue charges wero fully refuted in his able speech of more than two hours We rejoketo say that those who came expecting to hear vituperation aud abuse of Mr ewis went away disappointed r there was nothing said roughout the whole speech at which any person uldtakeJ any offense The appeal was dis- passIonate and straight to the point He stated at the outset that he wished to take no Advan tage of his opponeittnd that Lewis had been invited io attend and that a division of time would have been accorded that Mr Lewis had declined i accept The speech WjS very scholarly eloquent which was ajBuffl ent atiswer t the charge of Ignorance that has been made sinst him pdthe tyident ncority and straigbtfocward manner with which he faced tfie many unjust charges that have en made and fully answered them was a sufficient refutation of e charge tbatbe was prejudi d or biasod Each charge was taken up separately and fully swered Though the speech was a long e the Judge held the attention the vast audience tWaghout was frequently interrupted applause The language was eloquent and so plaid that any rsou even though unwilling understand was compelled to so The enthusiasm of the crowd made it evident tb tDe ocracy is neither dead nor sleenlngIj Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man arried thq third time at12O work in the fields tUl 132 an4 lived 20 ars longer People shcmid be uthful tSQ James Whrlgt 01 uriock Ky shows how to remai young I feel just like a sixteea yearold boy It he ritesu after tak six bottles of Electric Bitters thirty years Kidney trouble 4elife a burden but the first bot of this wonderful medicine coa iced me I had found the greatest re on eat th Theyre a godsend Weac sickly randowH or pjd pee Ie Trytbei 50cc Haydon Robertson drugstore Oatmeal Macaraen Two tablespoous of butter halt a csp gar beaIpu to cream Add one well aten egg ou iUarter teaspoon aaltt n teaspoon baking powder ape end a half cups rolled Oats Drop buttered tins and kelna quicken until brown and crisp Keep Milk Frm rshiiii Either rlnfe the pea with cold wattr ptJ t a little butter oti the bottbw of e IMB before patttec the alUe W sat u alea1 not worry about tile ceotwrt rcii1ne I444 It is DRINK L J arFN TZ tt A t t b the Drink that helpsyou thinKc3i t3 21 The Drink ofheFans Rich Red foil Bicy- r f t lookscilJi 1 I rail fI1az It T OoI FItrw i l 0 fi t FAN TAZ The Pennant Winner 2 FAN TAZ The Hit of theSej ITRY IT AND FIND oici If Its SpMrklingt i II4 p i t t tMi iroJ 2ICELESS SODA FOUNTAIN i f tI JM M wju DQ You Want 7 0 Bw t ti FARM Av fljj We pan sell yoaonsnysiaeaayIe IAi price We are ready tall thus to thow j s 1 and see us About t f fOO FARMSF t L i 1tt impurlianls St partial list bt4 wj s i 1 I I y f13Jt x trNO1 160aces5UesfroLabaa i5 mU t IpctecimM troom dwelling in good repair 3 irs plemty of grata piaptjr 9L fjwater all underwood feace Price tSfit pet are1 No 2 237 acres sIX mites from Spriagficldi oat gooi pttM Ij tdwelling houses 2 stock bans 90 acreaf JMW tort plaiity si s grais plenty of never 1iDCwater all wrier a oMIecs v NdS 195 acres 1 nefOIo Spdsg1eld ZdwetMag rnss 2 7 KuDdJ 2 No 4 86 12 acres41 mite eastof Mackvilte t MMI w tgood tobacco barn all outbuUdiag IIeKCaM ui 14 tg my t kinds of fruit all under good fence t plenty eC waterJ MM graaa Price 3SOOV JNo 5 128 acres miles ffo SpdmrteU 11 u irMi iIIIa 0 t5 room dwelling in g odrepair 10 acre tobaaM harm mtw iof timber good stock barn all the tara will rate teteiec t 45 per acre S 1 No6 120 acres 7 room dwellUg 12 acre tobacco fcuttk s lstock barn ipo acres fiae river betto had ISacras ot junder good fence no overiow land s Price INpir r I 3 No 7 900 acres cm gcedpik brick dwtitefL tta j S tobacco barns fiae tobacco fuel at kast nan litrf cat flM t y land Pjrice 8HO peracre t AtNo 8 12 acres 1 mite frat Sprimffi W i s JF dwelling In godd repair go d bars aU wafer g4 JIIIIii9tCof fruit plenty of water Price ttSH No C 156 acres 1 miil freta ptR a c iwtt jnarf 1 Loretta 7 room dwelltctlAfMtllreNk ali upder Sin grass except 18 IqUi pet3 1 lJtJ kit asd 1 route ne st ck 60ttl1ArepJeatyor wprcs JMid is130 per acre j fv- No 10 98J acfes 3 Uel fro 8prl tfteid ctek tie iclnsjlroom dwellia Im fooft repair Sbacco iHum 3taVft a4 aoct ISIHP c under good feBce pleaty of locuat poata Price trLake cI Boslcy tt tr UT Jc I EETESPED1 I I3dhLRUssdfltVEWELERAOOPTICI1I4 DeRJ r I r = ir r ia itheann t45dc4r6eArw Aericai Pr N tfif preceding articles Improved 4odi of growing aff tQhjC widely grown farmvcropj Iwftbeen given Bytudtni 1Irew1tIeIu9n to d thIlg It is P MU f a firmer ta nrnVe a gooJ r0t ritelnj ccHUBibt produce vfor tb ffewernIjBeMrkeL Much greAter re t i fM mwever may be obtained bv tftvMtf In some particular llilf I tad the products on V jJpecJQ rtas1ti OuIedk f eost profitable special t ftis can be tQllOWed Is breedlug- wed corn This la some I TKp 3TPX OJf KKBKH- ithiac tbt Eittst be done for aiferyvlo callty u4sce corn skipped ID from inj detie4 cannot re1led on t ey ib1i1ease th yfeid ie bity of a raln of cdpte bhs4k the acre or more by a very itw yrs breeding Seed from such U iaapireved traln wll find a ready BMrket at safiefaciory giirea Seleetin af Ears IB starting out to Improve a strain gf corn there are two main points tc W MWered yteldVn4QaUlityt The qwallty iwo be detennlUed readily bv te f ctbHi the ears in examining the ears the following five pglnts areJto OeneriappetrinewTtMt iar jihould be as large ris it can be aad idH be sure to get ripe every year It should be straight symmet rical and not taper top ahrifptly The iMtta asd tips should tje fairly well iUd ugh otber pore ImppVtant j oiots yfcouldnot be sacrificed for this 2 Tnieies to type Eyery estaljlfsh J1 ed bceedief corn has its peculiarities of cteptt ftor etc that must be consid ered The general type of the breed 5do114 e adhered to closely as qnlf lomKrife ttD Indication of breeding i Mnimlty tNo eaf should be used Uc eeCta kietoud and well Mtttreii1 ofC cbaffy litarcliy ker Beta or Doe Shrunken at the tip wltjj that adteriflgho them aVe mQIcatlonS et ftrnathrit Deep ke1s go with Mte Jrtiic6ray Brtremp detb keraotbexpeeted 4nthe trly variettefthat must be grown in the north fll rtaiy tffififnTcorn houtd e stebJre It Is ptantsd yet thee are nitrs that n b k throwD put without the trouble of test ing Immature ears are usually lack lug In vitality If the kemplsiin bIIatere on theiack or the enbyoL dark It will aot grow Shelling percent jage Ablgli p rcetttafe Qf corn to cofi is desirable bet honia ecured By compact falrfy tleep kernels rather ttanby ad abnormally small ob increasing the Yield 1 w1ii quality Is mportantjIeld is 0 even more so This Isnot o ASd- eternMocd actual held tests being re Iquired Before starting these test the breed of cgru to be growjn should be selefteda It rpays tot begin work with rife best corn obtainable as you are thitt starting whqre some due else hs left oT A breed of corn that has pjovwJ ltself adaptp to yom locality tkltbe test to select i Tberf are almost as1 many methods hree1Ing SPed corn as there arpiorn i breedo luny theseare too com plicate tof1 e adaptedto the farmer who li Jrist starting Inas a corn trepden 4fter a few years esperl fence wjth slmplerinetbod pomp of 4 the pls foHk eplngJa record of each ear frtfl year to yentf atfd pnidurlrig Vp dl1gedseed corn may be em proye Theeeed1ng p1 hcn1d 1e OQo eoo ze 1onjustpnkenThiirEohh it takJM ad car toplant a r It ebould ibe wldp Piimigb for about flff of theip fow The sollnnd drainage cpodltfons of the pot finulcfbf as cB arlyQnIforra as possible It should ne located iweniy to fpftjj rod fron any other curb fp ihaj there jvlll hi dansiT qf lclnsl Fifty of the ibw uf the clisirrd strut tltliiM i eiectedaod shelled pparnn iy tien iif tIm rows In the UmdlKir Plot ls bljrjplantpd with onef tie jjl5th oI eat be If talen tb IO tovghly cneb tinzidrs ltI- better to drill the torn in the breed lag plot since it Is ton narrow to vil erIseVJo- rthree border rows should be pUuIt around the edges of the plot SCare of the Breeding Plot The urciKllng plot sfiuultl not befT tlllzed in tti tiiy bfi nih- er tield 6n t116 itd ahItrtle lrPart- jon of tfT tinI iwd rshould ui hit snibrt urjijiriiw uijpj ject Is to deWiop ii strain rof tornr thai willyield well undjiiravuragttueldxou flitlons The extra work that Is put Ou the breeding plot sfmpld be appUpd to tif corn Itself and not to the sail Afic tftbLlH time qpltl atl naisis nil iir should bttCUtjff TBla vanjba fpfikly doue With T straight blaflc- dyurnniife These smktKB take lumr ishtnent needed by iIngdidsiuli Und produce Inferior pultun to fer flizj the sllhsIThe must Important part of the work Isefa sejiiig When the tas eis bcjlii to appear go throilgb thep t and maref uiiypull Uem ouLf rjjnv cyerj other row This should bedocc every day for a week or morotfls Joug tassels continue to appear fAt tlu same time any Imperfect stalks In the other rows should be d thsseied there are any rows that show a mark ed tendency to sucker carry tin eaY too high or low o1linre ituqttjjj marled detect they should Jie dntust f1f fseled nisost Compirjn the Yields lj As soon as the torn Is nil rjn ears from the twenryfivp dpmss5li a rows sboiritfiB ear mr produce of each row separate Tin trf ItjTA corn fromtlwseiedjo a eil from the lInpfetrts tijat were taJBseled ti1frm thet border froyaV Should be discarded lAttlie ftluip iof husking the detasseied corn any pe znllarlty of the stalks in a row should be noted The number of Istalks in each row should also be counted TInS weight of tlieccrn from uro divldet will give the Tveight per stalk which Is the proper basis for comparison jtt Will bo found that there is a very jgrehl difference In yielding ability some rows yielding twice or three times ns much 1i8iftlfprs This yield togeth er with thel number of good seed ears to the row forms the haJs for Selernilnin frquf wSIch row to seleci ears to plant itxt5 year breedln 111- 1Te rest of tite er worlir iatvhIig should b sforcd awaylto plant in the tgcrease flpjd L The increase fleld is notifor the put pose Improving the corn but morolj to1se t1re Thlrger iuuutitl lo tLtILi Pwhlch has been Improved in the brocJ llug jiIpjtA Eacb yjfar seed from the highest quality and bet yielding of the1nUiyIduuil rowe is saved to ipiant the next ypJjrs brepdlflg pitlt and fflic remainder used In the increase field In thls way tle standard keeps Im provilng f pm year t4arL Ten bush elsHb tiie acre increase 1 by no means the liraft to which the Improvement can be carried Indeed almost the only limit is the care and time be stowed upouthe breeding plot STIe Seod Corn House wiiefe several hundred bushels4 ot corn areta be saved for seed as Is ilhe case where specialty is eins corn it hs flee essary to have owe sort of special seed corn uojasq 1thihs may be fllled with slatted rackU on whlcli uie corn Is laid or the car may be bang front JtheTceilingv with binder twine The latfer Is thp better method as U per mits a more thorough circulation of air around the corn The use of twi FIG xiiiiooDIi1Lt oy CORN strings otic at each end of thp ra- keCpsit from warping s it will wan Mf tied by lone srrlngin the middle h One of the chief quirMiUius of tt seed corn house is iidtijtsuti ventiia tlon ID the northern sj tiou whon1 Isevere cold wcatliprconcw early soimy artificial heat will be nVcded The cornmay be iiUncr In tile seed liwuse a soptfas It Is gathered thiisjtlme contains ji large amount of moisture t windows should all bo opittied- to allow It tortlflTHSHOW 0r O1fht 2 BOXSE BIMtUOOOPREMIUMS SlOW AM flIPPODROHE IWN t DAILY IACJ5AT1ELLO AND HIS BAND flEE A17ACT1IJSFIRE WORKS Ii J GSEATCm Z0Oil TIlE PASS 25I- MM tk HMM I Mr ftock Mrf tfie kMif fii care tssemiled rhend meets J a MMMM t b comBIned wHh Iafo MitIw Show rain or shine day and fcihji rt aaI m i i CMrfLlTe Stock fiTUUs to the world fI LOW RAILJtJEPIATES Ph INFORWATIONCATAtXXJUttNTlkY BLANKS ADDRESS iIJ4W NEWA5crtury- s Pau1JoneJg JUOUISVI LugiavLlle Ky 0 c A I neat snouic bts rpnlWtgi tirUjv nr first as 1un Jfull of inobWr Ii Ju thit corti iiivteIIlrIpd ii euiil t10fl IeflLed tltnuighe sit1ue should that aty tHuus Uoat wW be liitdetl front this tIthe on only on J ylqJd br damp clays AECOCIOUS DOG liThe Wonderful Feats He Performed For JoepIiJeffison There is iin luii- tsepti 1efftrsi1uLiiJI buy Tiiut tiii lo do wftnfhc urtiiulnzor ti I- L8Ji0ItS tIIatV II1reIL3 guutteniij4ir New Iberia vbgowrd a very gent aiihnaimnd lit witwinosl uutIt0is for Mr JenVrsuu to set an example of his prowoss ArrordhiKly lie Itrcfijgtit hlhi lo the Island uttu Iuv and pntjhlni tIiZlrlQs iItlpti tmjVhIIIfI were rLIuIiitiI9b i- Vlittitlit IItrforniuIic as over Mr Jefferson Jtfsprpsjjpd his IIrl1I bit and wonder at wbnr the dug tiiuT done added that he bad ilh nnfmfvl Hint wa even more remarka lp As1I tie giithman siemed to lie In souu doubt lipIII theitnitb vofiiuliAstatemeut the idwg a iIiItVd etutjilhl looking luis waa prodund ind lhr Jofrursnu iitj cdcred him jo go Into his room and bflng hint i shye Obediently thd dogtrottpd iiito thji house to prpsently reappear with the shoe In his month Taking it trout him Mr JelTerson pattcHl him upoi the bend anti told him to return to lthI iophi nnd brlntf blmthQ slipper for iS- m njiriAnrl mtiiH you lifm thoi rt one ihgricauMoned as the animal trotted ivIt i Niwoy 4 Wben he rpturned In a liniment with tfieTlerr TTptTfr ihrfentieffiatf eonld hardly express Ills astonisliinenit but 1r Jefferson waved the limIter Indit ferently aside i r It JsJ nolingtald he Howeverc- jve wIlAuVvv try something alllttlfS more difficult Then turning to the dog he spoke to him very slowly and carefully Now go Into the library said he look upon the bottom shelf on the rghU4iandslde of the room and Jyou jvlil se a set of me the second volume Heinember now the second volume not the first or the thinU but the scybnd Witch the dog returned In a few moments with the second volume in his mouUi the gentleman retired in the utmost confusion deqlarlng thaii it comparison wUfr such a prodigy his own much vaunted animal was lilt Ic better tuna an imbecile And may add that Mr hfferson enjoyed the jokefuliy as ranch as did the bpys who recording to preair ranged plan tied arel eneh sueees 5ive article in the prodigys mouth As to the prodigy hls rae accomplishment CQUsIstecVof troftinff Into the house and trotting onfof It again Nevll U Heifshaw in Itohemian Tafale Mountain At Capetovn InSojith Africa when the tn vefer usually has the Ijrst glimpse of the continent Is Tab mountain a magnificent natural cnN osijiy which rises behind lihv city the height of aluuuusJ4Iit5l Jeil ami has a level top about liiree s piirc tidies In area Its re eniblanre pn hutiie table fs so marked that the dense Clouds which collect at liines- arolind the summit are preferred to as- the tablecloth A pretty little llowr which Is found nowhere else on sort grows on top wllle oivrthe ormn side Qf Its base is n similarly rim reft popularly callwi the silver leal tree The show One Voud you he Sfljd aCtcrthey loud been sitting in tilt darkl for a lonjf time be angry with die ifl wore to kiss you vShe was silent for n moment Then In tones the unwitting ofwhlch was not to bcj mistaken slit rejUled Yiiy do you supposed iturned fiown the llLiit an hour ayrt a half ago Arid yet be wondered poor fool how other young men who lind started fur lrthrn rear wee aide to pass him In Tlievrace of life A Chronic Grumbler GUarles Lamb tells of a chronIc grumbler who always coniplalnei nt iWhilj because he had sa few trumps By some artifice his obpnnions ioIn aged to thc the cards si that when Ite dealt he got the wholethlrteen aiwilysi to xtort sonic exprnssion of satisfm Uon but he frtily lookeil pore wretch ed tItan ever as he exaiiifiied hlshiinil rVye1 Toni JOtirf Laiinh haveni roujtrumps enough this t Intel Yrs grunted Toui but Ive no tlir artb Not Desired 1JilliFfit eii irni HKi pains got her length Ibrejiulk and tliTetciioHs alMHit right tilt fv nmnheaye a sigh of re iIrsIo fourth UimeiWlon In mini If you please slie exelaimed with unmistakable feeling SQme aver that tlievfemlnine nilnrii any4jjtl r A Life Saving Experiment T iey were mnklnpr ssuie txprri ments wilh a llfejwnt at acertnin guy erjiWent life saving Station and it wa thought best to prteh two or threv non oyerlKinrd wilh corfc jnckels on jlis to sliow how thedfyriee kgep 1h- nverer iijltst Aiyoug tiie spectatoh fra a big Xewfoiiiidliiml dog u Matehed the prmeediugs with no lib Ue u wismsH ipiwr ul5 try t indUfo some ftft tv peoplutntt shore t go tn the tusiittiee of tUe men Justin wafrr Iu I IK in this fee determine to n liiiUAtJ van l jn he piunpeit wlnuulng rn ioty 5uf tti where oti Hf UieuHi vrts buffeting the wnVe ie grasped the tnnn by the arm tiu t tried tt piUl him ashore 1hiiuist xtri ggUnl to get loose but the il f hplil on for lie evldantly thought tIIr jnan was lu danger ami tlmt it iv Jils duty to save him suit until lw men rowed Wit nvaboat hud Inill liilm away would the dog give If itp aid theu he Iooknjnfl broken Up wltii dllappolntment v So much for th Newfoundlands nofile Instinct Simon Saya Seat jourselres In a circle mid choose onc of the company fo be the leader or SImon in this game His duty tolftrdor all sorts of different things i- tbIone the tunnier the hotter which thut be obeyed only when the order begins olth Slmpn says As for in Jitaipce 6iuiofh says Thumbs up whIch bfj oonr5e nil obi vj then petv baf como tt Thumbs dojvnP which should not DC obeyed because the order did it jtommence with Slnion saysF 3 4 TSaehflme thfe rule la forgotten a forfeif must be paid Ilauds over eyes Stamp the right foot Pull the ft par etc are tle klfad of or tIers Ui riictti ik Pierces Favorjte PiescripiionT- s the best o oil medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar tp women It is the f gidu4ted1e diseases of women Ifis a safer medicine in guy condition of tao system THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol and no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates ap craving for suck stimulants THE ONE REMEDY so Mood that its makers lre not afraid to print its every ingredient on cach outside bottle wrapper and attest to tno truthfulness of the some under oath Itis sold by medicine dealers eeiywhere and any dealer who hasnt it can get it Dont take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine OP wjovrri COMPOSITION No counterfeit iis as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else js just as good as Dr Pierces is either mistaken or1s trying to deceive you forhis own seffish befit Such a nan is not tobe trustEd He is trifling with ypcr most priceless possessionyOUr health may be your life itself See that you get what you ask for RECONCILED y ACCIDENTI The Girl Thai Helped Johns JMother In an Emergency By CLARA LOUISE OTIS Copyrighted by Associated Literary PreS3J Slxbclqclc arid alls Well Winds In the east and blowlngl HKe everything caroled ii niasdullne volceir The woman In the kitchen smiled in 4 Bpifefo herseJf The dear child she murmured uappiiy so much likehis jifatber then to tile chillda talirj yoifng man of twentyfour just enter ingrtiie kitchen Youre early tonight I idcar Uper Wont be ready for ten minute Ph thats ail right John Wli Hams gave his mother a Vigorous hug i Hojv Is mother ZWelL AndJohu1 Fine Siy wothuotiI jt Yea deart e How would you lllre a daughterini jaw v Mary Williams set down the frying pan and faced her son with a dazed Expression A daughterinrawV sheIrepeatod blankly blinding rush tears came to her eyes and the little room seemed to be whirling around Oh JohuT Fits all she said but the bilter disappointment of those two wordSfwas not lost on the y ung mhn Iqlsorrj he said briefly and left the room Memories one after the other crqTOtl ed fast beforqher Her husband had lied when Iohn was three and th1pbad been so happy And since Jofofi j had grown to manhood how happy he hail made her Vet yet he jvns going to bring another woman there another wqjjian The odpr of scorch hog mtat rtinde herstart Conie snpjwrs n idy she JCiligU Iif vliat was li Uded to be her riiiturai yplce Tell mu r iut It1 faltered Mary after they h rfsii fti sllcrice for some minutes x Not If you l nt want to hear moth er The imrt proud tones brought con trltlon tof hur hf itt f I do want tgheari The words were rue In flare fl5 thanjbno Her name Is Kitty KRty Marvln And y JvivVh mother mother Ive wanted to toil you soAre you sure you want tqiCarl Yes yesr She flashed but Hhe words left John should divine hour sink Ing heart Sl smiled too Seqing oily his mothers sniile John lalinched ln4o4 the dear topIefVli hunnlt livtt Iiere long only since iiiv didnt tell yon because wetl tcTtoi the tnjtlK whs aljra Id youd be aH vwt up abfnit It Besides it wasnt scjftliur untilllaist night Why motliari youre crying Are you sorry1 No no Im glnd Goon mel her last year out at the lake Do you rumcmber speaking pf those girls out there i knew then she was the only one lirthe world for me John spoke very softly Foyhe had dherishcd this girl In Ills heart a whole year nnd she hail thought herself to be his all In ail Wasnt If strange mother wdut ou the youn man In a subdued vofeQ Hs If his happiness was still a won derfiil thing to be reverenced and held lu awewhisnt Jt strange tlriitstus should mdve here not knowing i wag my homel r Yes Tell me everythlna dearT- AH right Slit is little anil slim mid has gray eyes Mary Wmiatus wai built generous tapable lines nodi her eyes Were iLrowu tier balrtlK like yours brown and heavy She gives music lessons Mary had no accomplishments except housekeeping She slugs oooh mother you ought j to hear her slog And she Is as quick as a bird anti tire prettiest dancar Can shC cook VohiI ddht know but she 6au do CjVerjthing tse You see thgrpare so many Mn her fanffjy that ltsluiuid i to tell just who does do the work i knmv she can sew for she showed me a dress last night that she made After the sMjjH r work was done and John loud gaiie oil whistling Mary sat down by the tire O God give me strengthen bear ItI she prayed flqrce ly holding tlglit to the arms of the chair thou wlaxing iu u iutldon burst of resontful tears How can hfe how ciiu his briiHC that girl bore that Kitty raj ber rebellious bought and she fret shout h p jjTrHjor Why her Very uama soulMlJJg od tot fiotjilug J f4 i was an old bLunnSit W HtId lw different but Im plily forty vuii and an aiiiiitg us eer5 Tkls iIt jyy house ntf own laiul lbike It iiiy owji way Yot a piri ISthlght ltflitflhiiflkl shlnv euebnka tht Qvo fLhIli4u1re t4iuiu shi uts itviM- Dont akwsu uwhuti eaytuuuip ewluzg suf 54 bnusi Is4pns tiupper flU uhise ilIttt Htttkehl l shirts usltsoii nliHiwt every pan piytf hem rrtidy iflodtMHu1eif4l ik hb washing IMiif vwuld lot untt Uh ealit luvetsi tist IruIubl sjs yrcmt ewn let liJin souuokir bistO- h she fanc com 4nJusl isDt Ioi an hour Jtt1UiiS gui tliV tt belMin In hen siMg11st1IeulUtpflf Lunthictii IIrI thrtsuuiih iuit4k ttlittiit- vd uttuu rkialoud ill 1I1 slw iI hsgust sirr Gilt bum t lll ea WaVgrl guess liii matle oft bwursiuff titan tlirft itijti this is IUd List f oiH t3e ypflU4it y from nig Ff my stftt gtiljig ttI p iiltUTltdi xviiy hes g liig tofbe iriari rid tis il iilt svH Itir Hl In is oil lUT nilrirO li rII lne hi- rtt r rt that sb = unTu tnJiro iury sing Meune tne night befons DeajPleV what a fool ish name for a sims And with that ccHitempViioustthought nil bit terness of the ihliif came back to her tDo you always have to talk about hereven it the breakfast ttble tlihn lips me together in h stralsbt flue 1 thought he began then stopped abruptly Ten minutes biter he left the hmtse In silence Marj would have given iill she pos sesse l to recall those words sort of hopnlesijiness came over her If sh eotul1 control herself no better than that how what would she do later If she Only fould be sure that the girl would btf sensible From John description it didnt seem as If she Ipuld possibly be He has lost hi r jiead over somevjittle flirt she told Ilerself and cant stophlnu won er if he will forgive me 1Im t raid not At supper that night her doubts were confirmed John talked steadily about the weather the shop the garden very thing but rutty She longed to break In herself with the subject Two days passed Then she coqld land it no longer John Im sorry He motioned her to silence You have let me know very plainly tinf her54udi Nor did be A week passed by then t vo distressing weeks for them both You came near losing your Supper t might announced Mary one evening Why how Isjhat sas downtown waiting to tako the f30 car when all at once Idrop peU one of my parcels find everything In it rolled into the street The cAr wAs Insight and you know there isnt anII0tiitr until 5lQ knew I couldnt gtt till the tbrf d and buttons picked up in time and I was thinking Oh dear Johnt wont have sjny supper until 7 oclock when all of a sudden some one said Let me help you It was some youn gir and I declare 1I never saw any one pick up things so fast In myj life Jjnewjust enough to open bybSg while she shoved them in Then the ear stopped and she hqiped me Onlt as she would some pll ladj but just as if was one ot lherglrl friends I never exiwct tr see any one so handy and sweet a that jigalu I dlflut notice what she lookM like1 was that flurried but J did see that she hpd on an odd for eign looking rjn What sort of rlngr v Silver It lund two bands Jolned to gqher by little crosspleees and there was a btjj green stone Wasnt it tututiy that siioutd notice ajll those utile things afid myr whaCs tile mat torT J ii NothlUg mother only that was Kitty AN ENERGETIC FORCE The Organization ofThe Kentucky V state Fair Wckt Fpw realize the mbimtof labor and the amount of mfjmi Ucir that it takes to put qa a State Fair On Sep tembcr 13th at Ijoulsvlllo will beopen edtk seventh rnmml Kentucky State Fair Visitors will ftJi ion exhibition Lhbbcst Sh9tlti of IraUeaIYAvfo product of the state To oollbct these ftshibhs and to syitemize them so to fyave eyerytbing Kdy for Inepec tltm and to operaiUj ibp sime fort six dajts eosLtabout5tt W FlrSt com J the secretvryV wfro ischsrgid with thuu jecuaiisiuiUty 9f gjeUfn tticery thine tat readiness toother with a largo den oal forc jTth +la rte heads ef each de purtmcut wlitch Isi sIwsome mem her of the Sttc Board 6f AgrlcMlture with superintendohui and assistants jwfficietft to Ipolc after each exhibit a force of watchmen guard8 tic et sellers and takers laborers ateruttiJ If the whole force were gathoTcd to gather It would LroproMiit a good slied army Each person IsSdapted tohcndle his particular wqrk hud no more system Is required in any great industrial plant than in jui exhibition of such magnitude It was through tliiM thoroughly organized force that all the details of host years fair was wqfkpd out in such an Ihcredlbly hort tlme Mid the onericy dltiila etl by psuch a force Is one of jhe Intereatihg tkiinss to be noted at a siate fair V r H A FINE OPTING Tenting on the Kentucky State Fair Ground Arrungctfteiils have been made for hose who wart to take a weeks out Itig to have tlieir wn tent tipou the State Fail grounds Persons desiring fa lent should write toS cretary t W jnan of oulvllle Kyjartd notfff Wm mud tents can be sctfuVed tmid tfur 1uJaiido ristlors atraelull Cost Jlftny persons haTaan Idifrtiiat tlfey can tnke in this entire Fair In one day when in fact Six ddiys ta be very prpflt vbly ajMint ln studying the varl pus exhibits that will b iipoi the Srotmds Many for illie first time via- llng the State Fair fbr quiilay leave j h the determination to coma agaIn te neitt year and spend several days and make their arraugomanta accord- Ingly j ADVANTAGE TO1 FARMERS Equity and Grange Headquarters at tJTeKehlucfty State FStr The Kentucky Sltite Fair manage incnt for the week of STjpt 1318 has provWed a teat to be l8wn as Equity I4itubiiRrtcrs and a1tu pjtie to he Wtown as Grangif HeJulquarters for Cupuof mcml erJ oftlijieB organize llonsi free of coat y te jo bp hoped fhe farmorswilLmfifca dee tff the ac ccminodatldus jyroviaed for them and fell perfectly a bcmo during thp fair tcrk J I 1ia iiilaalwrn1 I THE8ThTEUNLVERiYJ U LS 05J1The State University Lexington Kentucky offers the following corsnamely Agricultural Mechariical Engineering Civil Engineering t Elctric l EW gineering Mining Engineering Classical and seven Scientific coiir H cck off which extends over four years nd leads to a Bachelors degree rlfo it Depart ment of Law and a Department of Education winch last has been ectabihec I instead of the Normal School Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work in pedagogy and are granted Bachelors degree in tliis subject when completed The Academ for preparatory irtslVuction is retained rlf iCounty appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence in the dorm ties fuel and light traveling expenses if they remain ten consecutive mdtrtKf ci one 4TheI modern Military Science is fully provided for as required by Congress The graduates in the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal renumeration The total number of matriculates for ast year was 1078 Each department has a specialist afits head with thee necessary number of assistants Young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in PatUrtett Hall which is well equipped witli allthe rhodern conveniences bath room haL Z for physical culture at 300 per week Alf courses of study in the University are upon to women ori identical nditions with those applying to males For catalogues irfethods of obtaining appoiiitments information rearing courses of study rind terms of admission apply to f1 JAMES PATTERSON Ph D Lp Di President ortaP G FRAZEE Business Agents V I it I Fall Tei m Begins Sept 9 199i 4w a SPalns Flreviorks at theState Fair The Pains Flrewr1trii a ightftadtk Coveltles in flrewor 6 uoti heretofore seen tvlll be Irilrodnced and a magn15 cent Display of forty riumbers will be given each night including such de Vloes as The Woini White Falls on a gigantic scale 20ft feet long and 25 feet high Also wonderful device known as Fighting the Flaunts showing a housfe burning with the fire engine playing watt upon tIme flames all dune In fireworks jfdhster por traits of ollknowjkpeopjei Ttfe Pain company will aisoput on 4 wonderful new d vice known nS The Pillar of Light showing u pillar of fire pf in tense brilliancy rising fifty feet In the air making the entire surroundings as bright as day j I Jn connection with the firewprlcs there will be provIded entertafnmeHt by noted specialty artists and a big concert each ng1b tim band makri Ing a most cljafmli opening andone long to be rememhcried i Tobacco at the State Fair A most liberal premium list Is of fered for tobacco and a 1areand val uabl6vexhIWt is expected Glasses Are provided forr HIQ fjUbwlngf Bvujjpy types Red Leaf Bright tfaft Jigar ette Wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are Ulack Wrapper Idiyt or African Loaf Prtnck Leaf Itslinn Lefkf Grc River Latad Stemming lictf In addition 10 the reijular prizes lion M C Rankin offefs 7 InsptielHl for the bst1sj1ayof Binv hey croj bustt dippfttyofOwrkfT ftcce and the last diajJay ef Grcoa RIver Tphaeao Not nscie liafn four iiahule can be caterd of n sio croi buiiT exhibitor hiau mere tUtjh 0a4T er ft raiaad on hIs farm lie fitltlfdto four sampfe out oft oaeh cpop j Horse SHov atthc Stfto Fair l At very faln fef fitor5l or mtk hrm5ith41rlpusmat VfWnref gr t KiItsrfal5 1r 15 1f 1orcuv tD JLl6 oftItjss- atajva estALt1qa cier ut a uteiii fhr ii7 9hu- hjegcuoe thirlSs alh-ru it show5ensi ImtwsyI bo6v1iIit1bVtl t ehohost- htiCUtI U th5 a1 tieush- hJtlt liStS 1i be b4i irn nhC cuuiitt ltwfhi lust VItti thiit a1lti4itt tuh ab Iotttj tsuaI isc cekKffTcs Ktft it p5zslen ttu the lItIblic IlFor c talofr wtry lalik r other Informktibn WI14a f enunnn feecret iry g29 Fart Jonas Building i oulsvuldj Kyv r Women as Wen as Mm Made Mlseralila iy Klilnay and BffdHer Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigorun- dzDL cheerful cZ ness soon disappear when thehidneyuare out of order or diS eajk l i5 Kidney trouble has become so prevalent 4 f that it is nouncom t mon for a cmkLto be k = born afflicted with weak kjdneys Ifthe childurinatestooofteu if the urine scalds the flesh or if Avhen the child reaches aa age when it should be able to control the yassage itPis yet afflicted with beduset thug depeudupon it thiecause ofthedifli JitStIunpleasantIthe kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men arc made miserable with kidney niiji hlat1de trouble and both need thud Salute grcatremued The mild and the upmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It issold by druggists in fifty ceiit and oriedolrar size bottles You iniuy have a4 sample bqltle Iby mall fre also a pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot iim ci5IimpftGLI including many c the thousands of testi monial letters Deceived from sufferers who found SwaniprRoot tp be just tlie remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghomton N Y be sure and mention this paper DSnt make tiny mistake but remember the name 3rKilmers SwampRoot and the address BiagttamVob Ni on every bott Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing the 4Real Cause of their Condition k These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire ly due to ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re fiponsiblo or largely so And Iin such cases the kidneys and blauf der are the organs that meed and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tlrod wornout feellfag are almost ceftaln symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneyS bladder and llverv- DeWitts Kidney anti Bladder Tills have In thousands of casosy been deiiiOBStrated aa rematkably beneficial in all such conditions of ferfiale organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit Aa au illustration of what these Pills will do JIra P III Bray of Columbus G a writes that sheTvas very ill with kidney trouble and that she la now welland that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effebts upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep arations are apt to do E CIieWitt Co Chicago zi5 1 Ttant every man and woman vhw 4zrdcr diseases to at once wfltS theBl Y and a trial bat of these 1hhlgwIl1 be sent free by return msil jplfc ipaia Dolttoaay SOLD BY RED i ROSS DRUG STORE ooGoooooopqIFOR SALE1 Ha ILarge aifd Small Viheat Corn and Tobacco Farms ve rich and free from stone Large residence ndr O barnsf go6dRailroad connections Cfl cr offer a bargain at35to6Uan cre long time payments i 2 Bowling fireen Ky c I I ToFII Women Women worn anH iared from overwori Ji ed tonic That feeling of weakness orhel lessnesi will not leave you of itself Tbii should take Wne of I Oardui that effectual xemeSy or the ailments and i weaknesses of wonjen thousands of wqmi have i tried Cardui and writer enthusiastically of the fr ai g benefit it has beento them Q ryit ontesrpeiiment k Suse this reliable oftlaied medicine TAKEARDUI re Womans Tonic- Mrsl Ufcr JIaro o Picrcfe Ha ie5 tfarHii s 3 aftarvt lwrote i v rofferei from all sorts 6f eaaalt irootti bad pam in my1siu iiid gs couldxiot sleep 1de1iorths 1 biiCr suffredr rs until mye1usbnUnsisted o ay triii cJathiisni twga e jrie relief and now I ua Lad wm Try Cardul Twill Ie1p1rou AT Ar1TDzUG BTOR p EV Ali 13 AM t T USJNESS LLEGE 1 NEWAIANYVN lMtMNSyELLEQUVW IJOLMZT RY i Beautiful location NeW cgwIf He t JtAtsmtm Expert faculty Thousands of jcrduaW I0107114 demand forouf udiBnts lookkM Osie4 42nRl liCoar c OpenaUs EarS Now JjHtjr 1lftlTyar ColleffedurBalFree priteiwKtiMwi i ifAIw1AIL tight