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jU WUU1 t LiItiC 1 Louse MO- k pCRODRUQftTQRL I r j THE NEWs tt c = UDER1 o iEmEsrY1iLrxYt it OBSERVATIONS I IAbINTDTh g tftl D al public as well the m4- agrot the W sbioKidn CJouiity PAJr Atsociaiioii wereaosiwa iiji pptmtedKat tile acfcioabft th- eOoaaerciali Club dt L o li 1z T i 1 It who had li iayitsd and had accepted M i Tiliatioa to be present at beTair 0 list Friday Special siiriiigtaaeBts had been made for their entej tainmept and the ptd town bad prepared to do it litlf proud When the special tram arrived at 1030 amid the shouts of a large crowd and the playing oltbe band which was to lead a parade tQtheComt House in their honor three representa tiyt of that great body stepped firoia the train They were es coned io the CoortHouse where Mayor John W Lewis delivered a very eloqiueot address of w4 co eto the distinguished visk Jtors who we believe win beat wsoutiBtbe statement when we say that we were entiUedto more pofroition than we received JLovisyille has been recofcuiaed by Springfield as long as there s as ben a town here and our mer ckavts have certainly been liberal iin their patroD age of Louisville wholesale merchants and it Heir to us tnat wa were at leat entitled to the recognition w asked A Commercial Club as we uuders and it ian organi aiation whose principal purpose is to advance the interests of a town and surely it should voice the citys gratitude rfor the favors it has received from out aide towns We know that the fkirsfin other counties have been honored by the presence ofa large number of the morn bers of that club and why we should have been thus coldly treated we are unable to under stand The three representatives who came were we are gladlosav most excellent gen tlemen and we-xcan say thafcwe believe had moire come ttrnj would have felt that their time had not been wasted The most delicate part of a bab Illlts bowels Byery ailment tha it staffers with attacks the bowels al so eadaibgering in most cases tbs life of the infant McGees Baby Elixir Cures aiarrhoera dvsentay and all derangement of the stomach or bowels Sold by Red Cross Drug tQreI Corp eHeldforBilL The remains of LorenaTayFor aa colored girl Who waa sent from this place to tho Lexington School of Reform a little more than a year ago were returned here last Saturday oriinterment Along with the conln came bill frdm lh Undertaker at Lex ingtoni 1or13550and bra waile there was trouble in the expressoffice The undertakers here did notwantto pay the bJII and Mr 1 D Parrish would rt- orise the body until the debt was satisfied He telephoned tto Lexingou and found that the School of Befof m Sshould have seitled with the Lexington un dertaker who agreed to with fftraw the claim when he bun out who were the proper ones to look to for his fee The girl I aI was daughter of John Taylor 11of this place and was convicted 1of forgery she having tried tto pass several checks with M- oeVaughts name falsely signi dtothenHarrods bur g Herald Bycry Body SatIsf led Who has tried Dr Bells Pind Tar Honey for coaghs coWs lat rippc or any throat or bronchiali trouble Get 2 bottle today Sold everywhere tidjp forth ILoB the pttle A Boottwrf Pledge rjjJ Os my word an honor I her c brow declare that as long as I am a reeidsrItQfthis community bitIbooH all of the june and eve l tin J will do what lean Ifor j any i ibljc work that has the i good of th4 coinmunityas tIm r LeIkyj tte J raii of If things art not e OM my rI will take nol rDQ rSdiealorextreme position on any question before the peo ptegand will lhtVe due respect fp flie opinions pr my friends ifneighbors when their opin ions are opposed to mine I g1cog1 people or 111ke1 l1pY shut JlndI cut iit outlt like a man 1 realize that ii this com t t ffiUBity iis good enough to liveiin sad make mv moneyin it iisi the proper place to spend my money especially when I am patronizing l leg iUmateindust ies M will do all within my power to foster pfomofjej build up and sup ort every legitimate industry or terprige in my home townI j Arlington Kansas Enterprise Th wg1Iisof two kind conceit and the b heid ilrt rCt 3li rf ret Ie ache loea your headever feel like a oard and your brain feel loose and soreYoucanureLejnno time by acting on your-v live with allaj Herblne Isnt it worth trying f the absolute and certain relief youl get Sold bjr The Red Cross Pruff Store Reduced Freight Rates to the Kentucky State Fair if The Kentucky State Fair Management announces that it has secured positive reduction in the switcoingiCharges the Kentucky StEW Fair grounds on all kinds of freight including livestock frem 700 per car in and r700 per car out to 300 per car in and 300 per caj ouK They believe thaV in a short time theywill i4ebletonduee the railroads to absorb all the tacthavrailroads to doso and jare anxious that all exhibitors know that they will not have to pay such a high rate even if they have to pay anything as they paid last year IIyou have pains in the back Weak back or any other indication 6f a weakenedor disordered condition of the kidneys or bladder you should get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pilfa right away when yon experience the least sign of kfdney or bladler com plaints but be sure that yibu get De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they will do for you and if you will send year name to E C DeWitt k Co Chicago you will re ceive a free trial boxtjf these cldhey and Dladder pUs They are sold here by Red Cross DrugStore Badly Bruised Mr A J Coleman was badly bruised Friday at the Perry ville fair He was showing one of his I ffine horses in the roadster ring and was going pretty rapidly When the frame of his sulky birpke throwing him violently into the ring twas a miracle that he was not seriously in- juredllarrodsburgi Herald a Get DeWitfs Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it tionstbut there is just one original This salve is good for anything where a salve is neebed to bb used but it lis especially good for Piles t Sold by Red Cross Drug Store o An Ancient Aunty Itiis reported lous that aunt Betsey Cowherd anold ex slave who cooked for her last downer 86 years befrre beiripj freed iis still alive and continued Iquite active until this last year Sheissaid to be 105 years old oij the 4th of the present month She was born in Greensburg boughtjlast avoungwOn1anSne children and npwlMbs with tier daughter Lizzie Mill r but two miles east of towiii Grtens burg Record Life 10O6OO Years Aio f1tnI Scientists have fppnd in a cave in Switzerland bones ofmen Who lived 100000 years ago when life was 4n constant danger from jvild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W rown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly disease If it bad not een for Dr Kings New Discovery haveryfrom aSevere lun trouble and stub b rg cpiiirh To cure Sore Lungs C fdi obstinate Coughs and prevent Pkeunomia its th best medicine on JfL Oc and 100 Guaranteed by Hay don a Robertson Trial bottl freet IIIIUWI jJiI- I K1oIyL Iatsr 1IWt nickDdIdays Mr Butord N Penick passed Ii iinto eternity Saturday evening August 21 1909 at his home on Popes Creek in the vicinity of Penick Station He wastrick enwitb paralysis Thursday moruingj shortly aft8rbebadI eaten his breakfast and remained unconscious uptilVdeatn closed his sufferings Funeral services were conducted at Bethel Union church Sunday afternoon byt Rev T F Walton of Bra fordlilE yule jin the presence of srgeL congregation of bereaved riends His remains were jilter ed at Ryder cemetery this cityJThe deceased wAs bo n De ember 4 1847 At an ea lyaged be profess d faith in Chr stand jjoined Bethel Union church andI Inter was electedt ruling elderB In 1873 he was married tilMiss i Mary A Fogle who survives him To their union wei born thrae sons Ebb Howarl I andS Lipaley the Iattel lying in infancy In politics Mr enick was a Republican and itv hIss death was chairman of teRe publican Committee of the Eeventh Judicial District fofsisters he was the fourth tdY have a sudden death oneTt r and one brother dying from theb effects of a paralytic stroke Atother brother died from apoplexy Mr Penick was au esti mable citizen good neighbor and loyall friend and his death will be mourned by macy sor- rowIng friends Besides his wife he is survived by an only sister Mrs WF Neikirk of Springfield and two sonsjbb and Howard lieba non Enterprise AGoIdenVeddingt means that man and wife have lived S to aJgood aid age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is o eee that your liverJ does its duty 365 days out of 365 2 The only way to donhisis to keep allards Herblne in the bouse and j take It whenever liver gets in Lactive50c per bottle Sold by Red Cross DrugrStore T Kentucky Fair Dte Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August 313 days TompkIn8villeSeptember 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September11 days Hodgenville September 73 days Monticello September 74 days Glasgow September 84 days STATE FAIR LQUiSVILLE 1SEPTEMBER A Contented Woman 18 always found in the same house with allards It free keeps from every heals all rheumatism cuts muscular burns snOisnOiLiniment cures and 25c iOc and old by Red Cros Drug Store ltaJokc Game jOne of the bluyers Is asked to go outside while the company thinks of sonic person in the room and on his return he has to of whom the company has thoughtIIn a circle nod agree each to think of his or her right hand neighbor It lIs best to have a girl nod boy alternately as this adds much to tbu amusement The one outside Is then called In and commences to ask questions Be fore replying the player uskod must be careful to notice his or her right band neighbor and then give u correct reply For Instance supposing the- first question to be Is tui person thought of nl ov or a glrI1 Tbe an swer would iWHHlblylio A boy The next person would then be asked the color of the complexion the next one thV color or the hair If long or sho- rthIn Wh1l1 qnostlons tho answers would or mursd be given according to f1I right bn lid neighbor iNierl nlIthj answers will contra dict tile prcrloits ones and something like this miv be the rcsultfA boy fvery dark complexion long yellow t1lthhlfthv ajMnt nix years old etc Wh Jti the player guvsHlns gives tl1l- mi1P up the Joke Is explained to him TIlE FAIR Another SuccMsfuJ M ftiirAnd a Good Attendace EackDayS The Washington Jaunty Pair Innualwhile the crowds that attended inlproKrpreceding years it can easily be said that tbeftr as success The gate receipts were iirly good anct sufficient money was realized 16 pay all expensed Ith a considerable amount re maining It is not known yetr to whether a dividend will be e4aredor the remaining amount used in improving tett grounds It is to be hoped howeveVthat it wlllbe Expended in improvements Fairs ov rIthe Slate are nut being attended o well this un is1n former years Sveru1jiavet lost money and very few ate tidIng them with anything ahead sol disIIcrowds were not soNiarwias J formerly The stock sTowa as of the best quality some of the finest horse in the Bute eing on exhibition and there was close competition in all contests iBelow we give thellat of wards on livestockII FIRST DAY Mares For Central Purposes Mare fouryears old and over Mac Hughes tst Thurman Peters 2nd Mare three years old and under four Thurman Peters 1st and 2nd Mare two years old and under threer Mack Hughes 1st R S- cud1er 2nd Mdre tin year old and under wo SPhowprnn 1st and nd uMaTeHumphrey Milton tat L fl- eachman2n1 v BUGGY GELDINGS Best pair buggy geldings Q Sandige 1st I 0 JdmM2nd t BOA713TER STAULION Best Roadster D Baker 1st and Sta1lionJjj i SECOND DAY SHEEP Best buck over one year old IP Fisher 1st and 2nd Best ewte over one year old L P Fisher 1st arid 2nd Besiege under one year old II Fisher 1st and 2nd- SWEEPSTAKES r Best buck iiy ageI P Fish er 1st and 2nd Bstewe any age L P Fisher let and 2nd BEST TURNOUT Single horee Mack Hughes 1st IC James 2nd PONEYRINqlI Best turnout L F Mattingly 1st Thurman Peters 2ndr t BUGGY MAHES CIhjtallion fo ryoarloldand over R S Scudder 1st B B Leachman 2nd Stall in three years old and under four B B Leacbman 1st R S Scudder 2nd Stallon or gelding two years old and under three R S Scud IdIe 1st H I Smith 2nd Stallion one year old and un der two Humphrey Milton 1st CC Oristie 2nd Stallion under one year oldjl S P Thompson lstCbu Blanton 2nd 1 SADDLE GELDINGSi Best saddle gelding four years od and over Bohon Lucas Best siddle gelding three I years old and under four 0 T Sandige 1st Bohon Lucas 2nd 1 Not a Drop of Alcoholl iWhatis a tonic mdi Uttincr the kor tone of the whole system Whatisanu trie A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy actkm to hea1thyaction Name the bt CaM alterative Ayers SarsapirW the only iaiarULa yfrcohoi Ask your own doctor aU about IL Ntake a medicine doctocrcannot efloorse ONtam adicaoftIN PtII coMIe- rebloM bUczu liI M4OdAV aJ JBestddlJ c f1ilutyTb1l1rf o IVDIV Hughes 1st Thurman Peters 1 2ndJROADSTER RING geldingIGTflIDBEEP CATTLE Bull two years old and over Thurman Peters G2LPeters 2d Cowtwo years old and over Q 2ThurmanMayea 2d vCow2woCow under one year old Thur and PetersSSWEEPSTAKES Bull any age Thurmano 0PetersCow any tfge Thurman fc Peters 1st G LHaydon 2d JERSEY COWS Cftw orie year old and Over E L Datvis6nw J A I2dS BABY SHOW Handsomest Girl Baby under oneyearod Margaret Wheatly SADDLE STALLIONS J Best and finest stallion or mare two years old and under Mack Hughes 1st B B Leach- man2d v Stallion three years old and over R S Scudder 1st LO- S Uffey2 B 3LeachmuiHumphrey Milton lsJB B Leachman2d d Horses for Farcess Purposes Mate four years oldnnd over Mack Hughes 1st L C Stnfrey 2d Mare three years oldand O nder four Thurman Peters s Is j fMare m three Thompson Berry 1st R 8fc Scudder 2d Mare one year old and unde- rwoS P EMareHumphrey Milton 1st B B Lieachman 2d Harness Geldings j Gelding four years old over Rvf Uaias lit Bohon j1 1Gfour L1C Stsffey 1t Bohon Lueaa 2d ISpecllBaker best mere or horse colt sired by Red Bird Miles Smith first ROCKAWAY RING Best mare or geldingf Thar man Peters 1st Louis Rogers 2nd 14ASREANDCOLT Best mare and colt foal 1909 Huifpnrey t Milton 1st Chas Canton 2d COMBINED RING Best stallion mare or gelding Mack Hughes 1st L C Stuffy 2d R S Scudder 3d FOURTH DAYIrack three years old and under four J A Fields premium Jack two years old and under three W WMcElrpy 1st JB Goodpasture 2nd Jack one year old and under two J B Qoodpasture 1st Gibbs Mfackin 2nd Jacl4 under one yearold JtT Montgomery 1st j B Lester l 2nd Jennet three years old and over J T Montgomery iafr Gibbs Mackin 2nd V Jehngt two years old add Iunder three J T Montgomery premium Best jennett and jack colttJ- T Montgomery 1st- SWEEPSTAKES Jack any age W W McElroy 1st JBdoJitre 2nd Jennet any ages i Gibos Mac kin lit J TV Moetfobtry 2W oJr MULES Harst WS4 three 3T Gld aikl ever 8 Harris isi R b4 Woodad iHorjM as1 wo ysr chii ulC1 arMj ThiarM- anrsrs h EliIoreJ 1e yr5oUsD c i under two Hard Woods t HorM retle under Jbikk jerold Harr 4k Ifcods tMari n He ltHr e yarjl old salver S IV rTarri s- 4odd2 j K t Mare mult two y ar4o14and txler three TkiiraakPesrs- st Harris 4 WtoJf 24 Mare mile oii jwar okt aml itiICentSmhtare wale under owe yt r old wmakr 1st Harrk 4 Woods 2d SWEEPSTAKES B ors mute any age Thurmaa Veters 1st HarrJsj Woods 2dMare ulwyage Thurjwut Peters Islf Harris Woods nd Mare and mule colt Jlifris A ods 1st 5abe Sbjewmaker nd Rest pair of mules thrse yetrs old and over Robt Woods 1st T harris 2nd Best pair of mulpstwoyer8 ld and under Hams fc Woods Isi Tfauiman Peters2nd Handsomest boy baby under one year old Henry Wells PONEY RING Best shebJand mire and1colt 4F Mattingly 1at ThiirMik Petrs2nd i SADPJJE RING Best saddle stallion mare ot gelding Mack Hughes 1st C P yanilige 2nd R t Scudder Std HARNESS PURPOSES Stillion fur years old aid ov raerry ThompqonclsV RS Sudder2nd Stallidn three years old a d under four Beck Bro 1st B Scudder 2nd Stallion or gelding two year od and under three R Scd- er 1st Bullion one years od and under two Humphrey Milton 1st Stallion un der one year old has5Bsnton1 lit S PC Thoca p dn 2nd Bob stallion and three or ire of his get jB B Leiich men 1st BEST TURNOUT Double I C JaMies a11 Mack Hughes 2nd PONY RING Best pair Shetland areft gelding or stallions Thir an k Peters let L F Matting 2d CO3MtBINEl RING Mare Or gelding Thtirmai Peters Ut Bohon Lucas 2d ROADSTER RING Best stallion mare or gttdinf C James lt 2d and 3d 5S4D1Li RING Mare three years Old an ovfr R M Gained DOUBLE TEAK Best double team4egiaWl of age color sex or ownr 4iip Stuffey and 1Jerry11tt1erO James 2d and 2i AMINitllireY attended by the highest priced baD specialist could not be 4otata- ch or bowel trouble amy qw1cis r surer than YOUI baby if yojt jkf ifc McGee aby Elixir Cure41are rhoea dysentery aad alt ikraiee ments of the stomach ad boifck Pnce 25c and 50c Sold by KedCross Drag Store Didat T JorYiJieI Mr J W Reasor di di afth4 Spencer BoUsa ia T flrsyilS e lasweekof hertf ilitLt Mrl Reator was born near Elk One k in 185awas 4 soa pf Mr WMI Reasor His wits before IjMr marriage was Mt1si Ht rffield He wMi pi1- wyeral o JReMor a ndOrl Tare 12 B rdsbowaS4IIddS T If UM Wm Parr clMdI 4e irriedlhc third tie at1 b I IN the Jew till 132 zad iLveJIyears kHgec Peoe bg Youthful it 80 JaewttpJiMr1clr XY h wiow 14 QUIIIct ft1 jjwffc Kkt a I yea 1dteyIJ 1itwrltis t mnj alx btilta Ct zic it IS For thirty years Xkbet ko- I aeUteikriet1MKtlte jr I tUt this WOfNl OCENS VINCI4 ae l W Ioal4 the dare 01 jatth Thtyro L ps twek ikiklyrUwlo PiL rTryth4 Z4t im frtiKHI tfUgtO 1 f9It f i v 4 j rIr N tt I t Y z1twrkr f iT t Im 2task a z lSf Phillip P y r tris Sas- AModrives biMrWJJ ill Of Lei ill i I d i u QjOort climm i itosdrives iit esrsIs Lij I RON J kiasr sal 1W otW wk i hk Milb notnltr C7l oriUriwrhaatjbesat Aftrt SL jMa of flaM fever J esiIib1 3llid her oii s8I- 2IaboIjve TN iri Wa4wediisdar jliIu 1JJ Oaria churt iirfr imJJ lklJwas iii tkis briM lItI l f 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BQOtfJp 1t =TiANDR OW iO- i T t1L iSJaMsrOW D CATLZ1 A 4= r T MITCZLL 7W v uwctmoi-5vqarW G 1tQBJnS r t Jbrtk of the PiseSprIntd- i I a Uy1U f s ==7 tt BprinfficU tto If 1fJf j rauyjID3lIoPflnS- frt it1 J ii Mil III1Dill IntiSt 2 t r ili We art adtaice tot s 1 rPDwJ Xt U Ct nWTe in- i lltM L rtr IltiMt t toe Xeatucky oftj 11 1JL bec49 WeMeaitiQtia to ace lif KtWi1- 7 M A cMdWaU fec Justice of the RadrencffilC Itefatfriftl Wrict wAjecJr to the teiW cdssttMBepitibIkipaItyAwsso A Sf of JLlwui oa a ef eted andtL 3i ni pIidg1o 1909 adopted f a atiiBjC of d lifaUnfrom the f opttAtM im tbS rIytitrict Sbss b c called to aeet at Eliza f Vyf W tow Satirday September i 4tbtQ ecgaiiM a Pistric Un i v 12 fli JJrJy tobacco growers rj t otKy t Ot 61 lh freatfatdemoDstra Nj pf tiiNw 1 ttfc hwtorr of Ken i tedrj BMtoeraey wia witaew Mat tot SVaU Fair Grounds in 5S ijMkviiii TOMr thousands of r PiMoeraU gathered at the Jeff t raccpLn barbecaej It was iu 0 j Attia lorkM meeting of me toJJiladijbtrata to the people Off t lEt t eky that not only in Lou 4 Mtiile do thi peoplfcflte ira l o thai of adnipktratlon but i thsttlw popof the State as ejof iiiiiiurtraboti Spe ches r wen dWiytrtd by many of thert w fc co1DIt meof the t lB4a4y al prnt conditions t lM1ieaf a Be 6cratic victors kLcvi1Ithfall blJ t rl ri c t r rFlMi DiTJadh Bonds ot Educa tkia1tesa organized bj jtfcjtf l riol a chairman and e ft a csy1oraehdiytiont- y l jj1fTiM aI5oerselcttdare SoB Kany bhairmauv and E A Tbo pon Wt of division NooeP 1 J1 Martin chairman and T Jj tHt1Mctotdivisioni N02b i9 X P Dtadman chairman and f t1 W jf Powler act bf division- S t o 3 i Joe Burkhead chairman amd Root S3 Warner sect ofr 1 Tlwcm No 4 iJ W Arnold i euairpatt and JrTIJratheri c ejct of division No5 and J R J I rMcbirBlb and R LIt xijt nl ret of division No v Tfc chairman of the variol iofli and the county super 3 liibNiwt of schools constitute eonty Board of Education- f Tb1 Divkon Boards have ad P d the following resolutions H SM teachers may observe thi fr r ii Monday iSepti Labor Titaksg1ying Chrgtmai- SS t f iwid w YearaPy M holiday t r AJiip ltbey have appointed i Cal for teachers prc- i yite4t jii observed prfor to thi ltJt Iay oi Oct The Friday im f912iioflowing Thanksgi ii iwiab lowd all teachers r t i may attesd tbCU111ty 71J Ji nasoctlO 1 rhichwHl- J t i bs I o that Jay at Sprinpi J Ketftidays willnot be al J l t mrL aay ieachar unless he as11y oMYF bem I 1I4t WiIerwill be allowed ifI 1 on al al holiday to mllke JrIestiai0f1 AbcIerwilIIe req1rdI to 1iila 11 local tcMefii 3 lrom chot kchVIMtDnt Y t1ifI t1toIhkll wHJ7 II f1 JJ IiIuifeL J b4IIdlb t l IM tite tlwxrt rcxnf The vial t 0SSpcbti I SY asst4iaa tb couiTt I- wuI 12DfI t bi rred 04 esrict i4gNk4 y the ri JOW- ftISt1r t f a Tll a a JttI tbuerclss iJra at by JK la gae 8mal Jtt t observed or not as may please tbc tea rher Of coor iheaekga holidays apply to school ojily ihat Sray i JiQ41 The Jaw requiirM all tEachers whiG may fail for any cause to attend1 he district teachers as oeiatioci that he t4ach an addi li6wU day torltic non attend tcE Dofitfail lo have your Tsknithly report snow twenty 6 e lays taught in the month la wMksh your association was be14 provided yOuf fail to attend it No excagecan be accepted Alt schools under the jurisdfc tiuu thi Division Boards shall andjClj rcceesea of 15 minutes eachand Otlof one hour during thp school period beginning July Laud cont Bpi g to November 1 Afler November 1 the school shall co fivene at 830 a m4 and close at 330 pm Thisllatter riodshaU be effectivetoFeb 15 afler which the former hours saipjily It 1 i txpebted tthit eyory school will adhere strictly tbeee regulations Thet ttJl r ad trustees are requested cooperate in carrying out the proper Observation of these rer o uireaiehts If you have pains in the bacKweak back or any other indication of a weakened or disordered condition of the kidneys or bladder you should get OeWitts Kidney and Bladder P lls rljfht away when you experience the least sign of kidney or bladder com plaints but be sure that you get De Wltti Kidney and Bladder Pills We know what they wiirdo for YOU and if you will send yonr name to E C DeWitt fc Co Chicago you wilt receive free trial box of these kidney and oladder pills They are sold here by Ked Cross DrugStore Texas Mr Editor if you will pardon our delay for the past two week we illnQwl lay down the tobac co knife long enough to write what little we have heard People have been so busy for the last two weeks that we dont know what onr neighbbrsare dongrEvery barn corn crib shed and woodhouse is full of tobacco and we saw about two acres of tobacco cut last weelr and hung out in tne bushes Mrs Fannie Whayne whohoq been visiting her daughter in Louisville arrived home Monday v The infant child of Mrs HubertKimbeiliu MrandI the home ot itsi grand parents Mr Jacob Kimbprlin Tuesday night It was buried at Bethle ham Dr DA Crosby is visiting 1 his mother in Sh 11hi31 Monday The school win opI larger this year than in recent ears besides we will have pupils in attendecce from all ats of the county also from Marion county4 Good board cane had reasonable The best1 society exists and we are free from contaminating influence ofI ities and larger towns j MssMarv Durham of Pleas ant Run neighborhood visited in this locality Saturday and unday I fI Two large ears of contt on the lta1 arourTex Ai r llf 100OOO tearfs AQ Scientists have ffcund In at cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life wu inI coqstant danger from wild b ast Today the dagger as Hhown by A W rown of Alexander We is largely from dUly disease If jt bdd not been for Dr Kings New Discovery Chichi cured me I could not have Jivedrhe writes siafferinff as I did from a Severe lung tOub1eand stUb brn cough To cure Sore Colds obstinate Coughs and LungsI Pheunomia its the best earth 50candLOO GuaranteeclV Haydon Robertson Trial bottl free Fair TT yiewvvi ifrissi LuelluBoblitlknd Catht brine Walker are spending the iSevensoni Miss Julia Parks is visiting hersister Mrs UV M Carney Mattie Hawkins hps gone to 01VIsit01 Carney Cutting tobacco iis the order of the day Mr Preston Mopreis improv iing at this writing r Jimmie Chessier spent last week jwith his grandpa Mr F M Cirney t9Cattend schoolUMr Jas Truax and dau hterIElla Ruse visited his Jjonnie ana Zab Lintori of Spripgfiefd Ill r Starved To ltiafhj s what coufd be truthfully ba said ofI many children who die They have worms poor little tbings they dont know it and you dont realize it If jour child is cross irttful pasty corn plexioned and loses weig tfornoapparent reason give it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will jje sumI prised at the Ttsult and how quickly it picks up Sold by Red Cross IJruffStoce Iitsy tP 1 URev 1 P flaynes vleft Mon day for Marshall Mo to visit his parents Mr James R Noe and family SCIVanarsdaleVanalsdaleMl j Adams of Harrods PjThdmpsMr JR McAiister and wife visited friends here Tuesday MissMary Logan Neale is the guest of Miss Ellen Gregory Mr MichaeJSirnmspentSunc- iLy with friends at hiS PJoc Qaite a large number trotn dediCitionlservices Mr BT Scannell SundayI I yule visited hia siter M rs1 JohnPoliiS IMts Hugh Noe of Columbia is visiting lerparents Mr and Mrs Vanarsdale and family 111r5 I Arvin J Noe returnpjl last week j L jMisses Catharine Elenotf ana JMaryLilaeyi J c Miss Addie Willett visited Miiss Lizzie iJL6gsdon the latter part ofthe week Miss Delia Ray Toisie and Georgiai Gregory sptnt 1as weEk iin town MissiJJlien Gregory entertain ed a nuriier of friends Tuesday night in honor of Miss Mary Logan Neal Mrs George Clements1 cuter tainei Tuesday night in hon r bf Miss Blanche Carrico L IACoU h A CoIdUU And then ao telling what unless TO use Dr Cells PineTarHoney It i th best ask your neighbor Look for the Bell on theBoltler The Silk Hat Coal Scuttle Harry Louder at a dinner In Wash ington said of Ills kilt Senator Canon tells zip that the kilt would never be popular on the wind swept prairies lot Illinois Why not The bare knee hardens to the cold like the bare face youdIMcDowells toj lint Sanders McDowell a coal beaver oft Peebles said angrily to his wife ode night Havers Llspeth Hoo many timer am I to tell ye I wlnna hue the chfl dern bringlu up coal In my top hatr Hoot Sanders mon pe reasonn ble said LlspiJth 4Yeve spoilt the tunnJl1ieacoal all day ivotcan a little extracoa Lust in the headpiece matter Woman ye diana grasp ma argy ment said Sanders 4I only wear that top hat in the evenln an If whiles Tin oot I tak it off I leaves a blab band around ma forehead Whats the rasoolt Why Im accused on all sides o washin ma face wi ma hat obi Washington Star ISenator Gets Lesion From Negro L Brady state senator from Douglas county came to Topeka to attendjthe legislature he said that he presumed that tile office carried with it a certain amount of distinc lion Now he says he iis doubtful as to the amount of glory that goes with his toga v homeIyears negro came to Topeka a few days ago and suo thelliouspjanlfursj the senate chamber one afternoon lur Inga recess Seeing Senator Brady on the foor talking to several of his colleagues he fairly rushed forward smiling broadly and shook Imnda earnestly Howdy howdy Mlstah Brady ho said5An so you goUa job heoli too aid you got mine Im Janitor What they ot you wobkln riU Kansas City Star MagfcTheftI Commlsskncr BIngham of New York at a recant dinner described In a most Interesting manuor the methods of the skilled plckiocket 1He is so clever at his best con the commissioner that one might almost believe him capable of he feat attributed to a western steve dore A group of stevedores wdre lunch ing in a sheltered nook ta wharf One of them went across the street for plug of chewing tobacco and In his absence another substituted for his tit of pale coffee and milk hlsown tin of mllkless black coffee When the first stevedore plug In hand returned be could hardly believe hia eyes Well he said TvfcI heard of clev er tbloves but to swipe the milk oil of a foilers coffee beats the band Sterilized Unvii you Inqiilridthe city vis lltor a moss covered bucket about the placer No siir answered the farmer rAil our utensils are sterilized and strictly sanitary Kansas City Journal No Danger 1Tbe Lady Id buy you a nice pearl1 handled knife for your birthday but Im superstitious Im afraid It would cut our friendship The Man Cheer Ui No knife a woman buys could rver cut anything Cleveland Leader Of OU1iI1 Under auspices of Lebanon Council l Knights of Columbus at Proctor Knott Chautauqua grounds LEBANON feV WednesdaY Se t mber 8J8 1909 MORNING AND AFTERNOON Will consist of vocal and instrumental musical IMIOFIi1ll g ProgramnnmberSbYJ onQn best talent arid an address by Citizen of Louisville r Music by local talent hand concert athlet After OOU Programg tiiznd an address by our distinguished HON BEN JOHNSON FBARDSTOWNJ J b7rSS B7T TL BARDSTOWN COLUMBIA Uolumt1 Haoe Ryan of Louisville At 2 30 t by MORqAOR FAMOUS BR SS JANDr Has been engaged and will furnish music all day I First Class Meal1or25cittthe t Dining Ua 11I w a r EOTHEt+ OUSHWlff 3 ttBaked ongueit c Cqt beet tongue tutu has iie en cornea ltjthte or tour days lUid Veiyhs three cfrfitip pouudtr Pui ft Into a kettle nnd coVer wolf witb boJltng water DoJl It gently for from twp aninhnltto three hours Have a qIJnIsbt boiling tongue if the tongue is rather fresh ndd a little salt to the wntr1n which it is boiled When perfectly tender remove from the wnterV skin It and cover with buttered crumbs and place Iii the oven Buke twenty nun jutea Serve pot with sauce holluud aise It will also be good coldri Freckle Lotion A good freckle lotion may be made as fpllows Take the Juice of one llemon strained oui hnlf Ounce of pure vIocgftK one ounce of alcohol ten drops of oil of cedar ten drops oil of lavender five ounces of rosewater Ills the lemon julce and vlnejrnr to gether add the alcohol 16 which the oils have been dissolved pour into an eight ounce bottle and fill up with rose water Rub thls lotion oilthO fnce lIt night before going to bed hnd wash ofT fri the morning with warm water followed by cold t Homemade Soda Water Boll together IinIll grange ware saucepAn two pbund or Jmuulnted pugar three pints of hot wa rand two ounces of tartarlc acid Cook five minutes then let get coldI When cold stir in beaten whites of three egg and one ounce of wlnteVgreen or sarsaparilla Bottle Whenready to use place a tablespoonful In p glass half full of Ice water add a quarter tea spoonful of soda stir and drink while foaming 1Hopkos r Boll threequarters of nn ounce ot hops and half aii ounce of ginger in a quart of spring water for half an hour Add a pound of brown sugar and bolt ten minutes longer Pour iuto a stone crock add fequnrt boiling water cool gradually and who cold bottle This may be used as sot as chilled though It will keep several days Combined Dishpan and Drain The combined dishpan mid drain herewith shown saves both time and towels The dishpan Is cur awdy to allow one end of tthe drain trough to enter It This trough resta off lopf which give It a downward slant tto ward the pan mul In the bottom Java rack on which the dishes are stood This rack Is raised slightly so that the water which drips from the china DISHPAN WITH RACK glass etc runs back into the pan In this way the dishes are rendered con paratlvely dry betorj the towel Js ap plied to them with the result that they sou be completely dried much more speedily than when taken directly from the rinse miter and the towel does not become hopelessly saturated as by the old fashioned method Toi Mend Lace Curtains A fine way to mend lace curtains jis to remove the feeder On your sewing machine and placing torn part of the curtain under the foot of lIe machlue swing back and forth until hole fe filled By removing teeder the goods will riot dtaw and wjll make a strong twisted thread that cannot be distin guished from the curtain Itself To Remove Iron Rust Wet spots of iron rust with water then cover them thickly with cream bf tartar noli up tho garment so that the cream of tartar will remain on the spots and place It in a vessel with cold water and bring to the boiling point The spots will J1 disappear ed This method is quick and ef fectual AN INNOVATION HereforrfSale at the Kentucky State v FalrIFor the first timcj at the Kentucky Btate Fair thtre will be held a public lale of registered Hereford cattle on Thursday Sent 16th 1909 This sale hlll be made up of some of the best attle owned by Kentucky Hereford oreedore and something like fifty head will 1Q offered If this sale is a success 1ns is confidently believed it will be In the future public sales of other breeds of cattle will probably be held as well as registered sheep and hogs Anf far mcr wanting found tian stock of Here fords wopld do well to be on hand af this sale as the cattle will be sold Irrespective of prlco to the highest bidder For catalog entry Tlank or othc ntorm tlonwrJteJ W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky May Chanjjo Data of Boat Rice A change will likely ie made nexi year In the Into ot thi annual regatta between Yale and Harvard emu mencenient at Yule will be held it week earlhr than usual next year anjl the rowing aiithorltiurf of Yale and Harvard will meet nest taU to declilr upon aq appropriate date for bert atta Because thereunloii classep plan to wind up their rlslt to New Haven by u trip to few London Yal will not want to hove the occasion sel too tar away from commeucemen It Is understood that to hold the regat In as has beu Oil custom antill Thursday of the Yale commencement week will Interfere with the prognui Ut Harvard Irod Mar Flair Brings 80000 price nf IW ThensfltIoflal WIlMJ paid recently att Tattersalis JSewmar1 ket London for the brood mare Flair the property of thp late Sir Daniel Cooper The previous record price lor brood mareg was 62500 paid for La Flecbe i j EU I 13 Y j fE t4 51 W JIf wrr I fi Jht Sys jir tp f J t 4iLJirIB- elieving r f that the people oftKentucky 14kk HI F 5y1ll be interested m e the organization e e f tht j s f J f rIbT t i t Citizens i i J til ij t J7 r1 ttj 12 0 + tr Nationai4 r1 7 1= iJlf lh ri j zsJrf M1 iI i Jsr ffj1 1 Lire Ittr t il l 01 i4 1 r 1 rly JIIitf a Iinsurance 7 4 t tYof tiIIIi i t Irji i 1 T L itktt t I 1 J t4 JI iI4i Compaiiy i tI Z v Believing that they WANTsuch a company believingc + 1 iii that they will SUPPORT such a company by suUcribinf for fj I its stock we will publiskin this paper every W LthsP i ISamount of subscriptions to date The work of f ttiiif IJ m = t subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 andjjelow ars it itJPtheamounts subscriptions for eachweek r v f tt i7 Vir i v- r I V rC lfr k trFirstWeek 2rj fi i J t r 1O696OOOiid7i l 1r11fd f1 rr 7 vJSg Total Second Week 9 4SlSS0t August ii i I l r J 2O0 240 OOr J Io ft4 c rPlV firf 4J1ttt Total Third Week AugusH l VS345OOOOOl t f n 1iti t 4 ft 7 V t TotalI Fourth Week A ugUJ srJ r xtfi f lIj t Ii Ii L v fJ Total Fifth week August 30 ieti t r 6O1700oOiI-F r ii b t J ir iirr YOU ARE INTEBESTEDFILL OUT AND MAIL THIS cpBCyffi SJt- J is ifIW H GREGORYIFW L1JDER rGFJ LD KY iT iit LOUISVILLE KY v ttof it i Please send me full information as to the CITIZENSNATIONAL UFEt r 1 3 r tifJ7 ii t J INSURANCE COMPANY t t ttr 7 s t T ti I NAlIIK rl j ttf it DD siv 4 x 7 ttf7J fftJL f i 7IJ N CJJ It 7j it r t Ptirir irA 1 i l i I t 1 i fJ t ar r l K l s tSS f r SOME FINE FEATURES Special Nights at the Kentucky State Fair Mr A B Llpecomb president of the Louisville advertisers club willl be atJthe head of the special rnights pro gram Mr Llpscomb is ambitious to make the special night features a greater attraction than at any previous fair and with the addition of the night horse show which has proved su6h a popular attraction at ail of the leading State Fairs dad Hippodrome performancea in the pavilion there is littlfe doubt that his hopes will be re ali4iLl As clatcdlth hlni ar the Allowing fluental and enterprising jgentlemen each of whom will strive 16 make hi night the best Prof E H Mark of the Louisville public schools who will be charrman Monday night designed as school childrens night Mr Louis Seelbadh chairman TutS day night which bas been nampd Ocr nmnAmerlcan nights John Hechten wald president of the Louisville feder hon of labor chairman Wednesday night labor night Col W B HaMs man commander of the first Kcntuck roglmrnt chrlrmcii military njfeh Thursday night John J Barry chair man Irish American night Fridu areWSaturdayshguld be an entertalnlnf f diy tQ the children as the Shetland pony classes wilt all be exhibited and to the general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS Plenty of Space For Such Displays at Kertucky State Fair Applications for space In the am chinerj department are being yecalved dilly at the State Fair offices The importance and maamltudo of exhibit In this department iri growing every year While the same advantucen mre not offered to exhibitors ns arc given them by oldwr institution in the way of machinery halls thwj 1Jlplenty of space lin one of the mo t ccn yeniently located parts of tiw grounds for exhibits of this nature and every other facility and accomodatlon will be at their disposal Among those who have signified their intentions of making displays at the Fair this Year are manufacturers engines pumpf stock scales fences mills road machines vehicles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and verythlng In the way of modern up4o late machinery and farming utensils the firmer who would keep abreast of the tithes musL necessarily be Ini xucted in the useof better m tbQdl1 ojt farming and the use of improved apd labor saving machinery on the farm and can find no stronger object lesson han at an exhibition ofr thIs kind fO1rRIIOtmY Pry ts Paumsal Otr Sirjt 4t1W41aJoaN ED LEN I VINE WIM8AOT J The Coppage Cafe Col i INCORPORATED lr5N5i1 me rkMe 75 SyecUT AltMtlM 11411 trricr tMMrs CsMth MM tlli jI We make specialty Gf the following br Hda MattiiiIytMird Sffijjf02 k4 H lijBelfe IftaMi 1902 kf4tf tEverglade Watfceiis Spi 1907 M p225 We also handle Matting Mnre KitliiiM j1 and Willow Sprig hLt1eIU brt Pure 0J Apple BraMya d IIKkkrrj WIle t lt iae Sft iIllr9 + I A nice brick dwelling with Mirmerm 17L conveniences oaL7 up fotMlJrld t- = business house js worth just loeJ llmuCh as a frame stiucfure Of the ze tf Ylli 1Il ThinkthJgoverzndfd you 2- tobuzld O 1grconic 1dseejjsandtaJkJtoe tIII KRlJEaER MILLEJA m fuxIqers of the Baptist Chub 2 J lit J Of ijr RURAL TELEPHONES bIn PARMERt Make yourhome jis mod n for familv as a cito Jesideoce and place jour elf ilm ieiltcto 1of tl t iestmarket quothtion atenytiie lute ca fl 5be a 1Titi hed by means of bur telepho e aervkcjkiMlcik jyou nh rrne1gbbori con getforaaathatIsuaaJc 11 pared vtth the benefits received Cull or addreioars est offlci c rite dijcct to headquarters NaskvllkTea J yJtt f t1nfou liofl rgarding our special l FAKt Lisz i rate lfyn trtnot at liresent enjoyisgtelepaeasy Jwe can ipIedlatelrnt restyou OJirUMlco tbM J of Kentucky Tennessee Mlseislppli L southertfppruon ofIndiana and IlHonis jfi 1 iCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TJCLEGRAFH MolAXY JIncoroprate f lA JiIdONT FOI3GEt y f TheJuveAlleFafr SEPTEMBE8 I fI r J t DR GiT BURTOB MHWDiNT D TrTEEM EXTRACT- EDwiThOuT PAw tiIr I- PGIILDA IT 0 DI Wrk Jct1 r rrrJ D j c mum iLud il OS sbor8b I 1tt2- Ooi oyraiaDitr-ij t iILLamptonMD N I- i4 r Ll WFORIGSBY t 1TOWEYATLAWI LPcb KY cW IWHYATT r Rd CrpM Drwc I OohorEHytt1OO IBV It n 4 to 5p L Ie YlIMAYfS IFUItA iitTO- Iu11cIIWEYUME8 TLJIIHONa DAY T4 mFUJlt JI tl I y to wmy kbejcbedul- eew s pa th i Brdatowi Bpdigli4 brscb lrOld Htf 41rLati LottityiH at jllp I BOwJubtio IJtV 4 BawWtowa 60 P m arn aa ai pc fteld 55pu1 fO 4 IjeYI priIsId it IK ft r Bariatpwm 645 a mr flritowtf Junction 780 a m rLys at LMsville S20 m lip 43 tiMTflg Ixwiaville at- 7t5 a Btcw unctiony 010 a j TBaHtetQwri 1045 a m- WrlTM at SoriofW4 1215 p m- KQ 44Lesves Sprinffield att IcOOpm Bardtibwti 2Op i- nBr4ow Junction 410 p mr a4rIN ItLoivi11545 p Ko 80t8HalIoolyLeYe Spn fUSii 7Ua m Bardatown 800 I T 4 Baid town Junction 845 a arriat Louistille 115 ijiSli Suiidaya 6nTy Ijeaves T tpmjrBardsJiiDCtion I O 7lOp mr arrives at 8 i1d at86 pa1 ii FLOATING STONESz kRII t MK ef Mtikk ar Lake Cntry Ii OMarU iB eff the lBtere tinc tea eres ol Hfe IB tile Jfwkeka lake cenatrr in frOCipliiitMi j bed ateaai vessel Bttediwtwltl every teagiBabte Keet raercbaadtei tlMt BilfBt be required make a tour ef AB anticae cHisel lAt OBW BBch week OB a wfrtfla to4Iiet tfe ctIi q the boat to expectedt litt t41tIceftt Tworta and sammer IrnaW aM eaouf k erch ad1em1istVt t b BCBt a each to tMte over Ball the 1trp i the featloc toe tTpmi itepf flif ee hoard the store bc 1ka writer In Pof tar Me fhaaSci the puKhaBer appcoach e btiWHk acak a d ciwfc drawer 1ether kte4 elleaialertile care jtJBpjarid Btch artktec U- Kkf Bttyf fceaqjt t tMW 1 tk itHMee to the Mtfoi tad bold In hkv more m rchiip4lM fc stared ekrtVite W te place aDd tle E Ir DJt I oatbfcokted farm tkp 5WortltpptI f8wW lIt re a d The More eld1OfH afeV J p bttaIs1 far te ewa afiiTiNMK t1tibCt family rows Mrtftid Bk fe the pire- kaeLHPU 4siiferatM cm tM scipe- atwmetb Y ctoaMr it beIM to aC1U J8ve- II tTfr ci M7 beep atewa that a aaiiBirtllt M make the trip to Cart i levMB IMMB the extreme ert1Mn ClMdia wlthwrt a hitch I 44 toahr wltlr a fttti vet ef lLccu7 dSYOPId ttetJa ced iii- I jfiih wiBexhM tt d at arfe MitJaet i th VIaa M44C1 ty A f MBj eea formed ia CellK jMeMrat to txifctt a typewriter which 1 lMlkVip be Bafael a prlBtlag by- pfMMPC iatttad of the hammer tJOkeI Die frttnuMBt etflie firittoh JBst JLMea pgatactorate MM prohibited aRtI I uperhMtlUc with wlreleM r1i11L tipliy witlKHit a lfe M frcnf theI A T fau t jI r ie T iLnsiOOUCH OUR LUNGS bvDcvuy FugfgrLTANftus1aL rLouT ZU1D 1 nufi Local1 HappftMlns or Int r t t1JDII I I TtI1Mc I r jaCaeo1IHj j J j1funDSvera good llab Ou will pay 15cj erhouri apf bjvk ibf Btw Baptist church t JOK SLLt4O head goo t tfcxsk ws GEORGE COLVINI Willisbnrg Ky 1 1ULOneOwndJne pigaraBd poe sow and six pigs Lonnie Gampbeli YF0R SALE A registered yearling Hereford bufliI Inquire ofSP THOMPSON When yon n1awheat drill MeibeThoaaa Just received 1ISet them at A C Ktmballs 1The1 IetI Lebanon next Tuesday morning omptly it 10qclock OR SALE A long yearling Short Horn Bull registered J R Wharton tf Springfield Ky- LOSTAt Knight Templar watch charm on the race at the fair grounds FinderI i will please return io Gwm MARKS S frrOn last Monday be twn oUnd Springfield a l liver colored pointer puppy Reward for information or re turn to TQBL Hardtsty BOST O1 STRAYED One black Poland China male hog weighing about 300 pounds Both ears and tail ofsftDn Fred rioktown fDOn my place near white sow weIghhIg 0abaumaya have saniby paying feed bill and this advertisementYRCAMcElroyr Thfr Baptist Association met at Mt Olivet church near Ta tham Springs on last Thur and Friday and a verv large t crowd was in attendance each YjI i IbMx TOA the Fair Grounds last Wednesday an oval shaped goU pm about the size of a reversetIidef ai4 receiveI reward Miss Flora KeenedV Marriage license was issued this week to Qolemaii Settles ud MIM Kate Bishop Both prominent young people offibis county and have the best- e jibes of a large circle oftt iends AOSTfl theM kvU eande Springfield turnpike on TuesII day pi the fair week 4 pocket book containing about 0001 inder will please return to Sam Crooke Jr and receive a liberal reward Ji Much interest is being maul reed in the concert this even ing Mr Karl Schmidt the j eminent c611stand Director is to be heard with Miss Rubel violinist A varied program of claaaic and popular music has een aiTang dpilt TI EAjllJetsons owing McCabe Riedel are notified that their accounts have been pled in the hands of Joseph Polin for collection Please can and settle same as it iisI neceeary to close up the part nership If not settled in thirty days suit will be brought McCabe Riedel A lcAlt persons know ing tbemselvfs indebted to the estate of James Berch deeased will call and settle sat eand all1 persOHfl having claims against the ettate will present same to mi properly proven on or be for dctobtr 1st 1909 M G Leachman M 0 W 00j STRAYED On my place in the Pleasant Grove neighbor boQdil pale red heifer calff wclf ing about 350 pounds QwiMr can have same by pros iag property and payingi for this andfeedfs The analfair bop was held on la t 11frl4aullht at the apra Hoae SxolllIbndo lf Lexington furnished the music and the large number of 5 quests jj from this and surrounding coun ties indulged in dancing from 10I J m to 2atm Alt present spent a very enjoyable evening TOnlast Saturday b- ehen the Fair grounds and town a brown coat with a black tripe in itT Reasonable re j ward if returned to this office or to tb undersigned GABE SHEWMAKE R jjI KarlvSchmidt who iis to be heard at the Opera House this evening is a unique persohality f in the musical world combining brilliant virtuoso qualities withE marked ability as a Director Parts of the famous Merry 6Widowsi tlle3programmel Mrs Mufiican will reopen her establishment 4berplete line of Milliuery of alla kinds She wishes to thank hers customers for past patronagef and solicits your custom in the future Yuwill do well to see der before purchasing fall milliw nery VLdSTrBetween Springfield and Little Beach bridge on- opri gtield and Mac viIJe turn pie list Monday a small black fi hand satchel containing small fadi fa Mrs China M Tumn y Miss Mabel Pr cewoti over competitors in the popa larity Cbtitttat the Spring ii field Fair in whichMrHT Grate our popular automobile man had offered an annual pass ver the Springfield and Lebanon uto line to the younglady re- eiving the largest number of otes Erich person taking a- Ide in jihe auto on the raceItrack having a vote AI1istrict association ofPteachers will b6 held at Mt Freedom on Siturday eptem er 11th A splendid program has been arranged including some of the most prominent educators of the cOunty The associations are being better at this year than hereto boreoourag ng for the educational elfare of the counyoI There will be aj special rate orertheL N railroad during the Nelson Coutty Fairtare from Springfieldf toNizar th will bel cents for the roundo trip t A special train will be operathd between Springfield areth on Sept 2nd lIrd and 4th leaving Springfield at 1015 a m Stops to be made on llavat all points between Springfield and Bardstown K of C Outing WToe Knights of Columbus are making elaborate preparations for a great outing day Septem ber 8th at the Lebanon Chautau qua grounds Morblicks band of Louisville will furnish music anji B nBen Johnson and Hon E J McDermott will deliver addresses There will also be a game of Baseball at 330 p m between two oftbe i strongest teams in the state Refreshments of all kinds will be on grounds and the Sir Knights are preparing to enjoy them selves to the fullest extent Found on The Pike On last Monday afternoon a dead child was found in tbp middle of the pike in frbntol j the residence of Dr M W Hyatt It was a mlle Clild EWJI 1 dently a mulatto and premature ly born Drs Hyatt aiM Lamp ton examined the child and Marshal Grace took charge of it and bad it juried No clue has as yet been discovered as to who was responsible for its being placed there althoughl it was done in broad daylight iit being discovered about 4 oclock Many buggies pass thatjart 0 the road every hour bf the day and it could nut have lain there longl before it was discovered School to Open- TheSpring1aeldGrHded School will open Monday September 1 0i 4 ProfeworPigorge Col In1 who o ITeethII when plates I are wanted rr I Abb WORK Done in this office Is 1lrstclassI in ever respect and just as ad i vertised WI YSTALLARD D DSJS 1 I5pII ky I1MMjll r II 9999999999 has presided over the destinies of ttye soboq since its beg nhg1j will again occupy the position of Principal and will have charge tbejbiYtht I kn9wn to need any indorsement will have charge of the seventh grade Miss Sallie Carrico and Miss Ella Duncan who have each proved themselves unex celled win have charge of the- thand 5th grades respectively Miss HettieVRudd who last ear entered the1 school as a- eacher and who has bad considerable experience in school work will have charge of the th grade Miss EvelynRoyal ty and Miss Alice Whayne wno re bothDeW teachers in the and both well qualified or the position will teach the hird and second grades respec jtiyely white Miss Emma Nunan stands without a peer as a teacher of primary grades and who baS made special prepara ion for this most difficult partI f school work wifl teach the tGmdfu The usual good attend nce is expected and a large of pupils from various of the county will attend t it very probable that the- chool will be made the County J High School so that children who have completed ttye common school course will be allowed to- ttend free after this year Its expected that ther6 will be established an Agriculturial DeI partment in the near future Fine Farm for Sale V One gdod farm containing 100 acres 2 good dwelling houes new seven acre tobacco barn Located four miles from Willis burg on Long Li3k Creel rice 515 per acre GEORGE COLVIN Willisburg Ky ECNALM- iss LMargaret Bfinnell has returned to her home in Camp after a visit to her grandmother Mrs Mollie Pope Miss Ellen Wathen has re tu ned here after a visit to rela tives at Bardstown Junction kMrs John W Lewis enter tained at euchre Tuesday Mrs G Ci Wharton was the winner f the prize + Miss Mary Burton McElroy as returned to her home in Lebanon after a visifc toMiss May Mayes Miss Geneva Sillicnan of Dan ville was the guest of friends here the first of the week Mr Nathan Putnam ofLeba non was in town Tuesday Misses Lillie and Nancve Simms will spend tthe weekend with Mrs Jesse Rapier at Bardstown f Mr and Mrs Tom Spalding Jbavetober parents Mr and Mrs B Haydon t MiasKate Wharton entertain ed Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Matilda Brown of Louif vill e Mrs G Lr Haydon is visiting Mrs Joe Mudd and family in Chicago rs 4 Miss Bukha Miller of New nope is visiting her slsterrMrs W F jlrustyt Mr and Mrs L A Jenkins luve r turned to their home in Cincinnati after a two months slay here Mr Ben Medley of Owens boro is visiting his parents here Misses Marie and Louisp Bar her are yisiting relatives in Bardstown this week Messrs Leo and Lester Gibbs and Charley Haydon of Shelby ville attended the Fair fMis Minnie McClelland WillI l leave this week for Louis villa study the fall style in millinery Mrs C N Cooper la spending the week in Lebanon Mrs Will F Spaldiug amt daugliter of Lebanon spent week with Mrs C N Cooper Mr JaL Spalding and sister fairIoo Littler Eddie Greeno has returned to Louisville after a viiiti to his grandfather Mr J A BhaderJ Chas HaydOn Jr who has been ill with typhoid fever is iimprOTing rapidly Mr Etarry Kreck er editor of Ithe Times Troy Indiana at tended the lair Friday and Sat urday Messrs T S Mayesand W D Claybrpotie attended court at Willisburg Tuesday Mrs S M Campbell and son Jbentof IQdiauapolis Ind are yisiting inMarion and Boyle counties this week Miss Mary Lawrence Claxop i 1 ofLou is v i lie iis visI i ting Miss Lucy Sere man Miss Claxon has jjIs returned from tour of several hautauquas ai where her dialect readings weta very favorably received Mrs W E Selecman and daughter Miss Lucy and Miss Claxon spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs E7 Carl Litsey at Lebanon Mr Rn sell Thompson and family of Lagrange attended the fair here 1last week Mr Maurry Peter and sister iiss Laura of Louisville spent Friday here V Mr Les Van A r dale ofQIay ton Ind visited relatives here last week Misses Margie Thompson of South Patk and Eunice Noe of Lebanon visited MIsseS Mary and Margaret Noe Mr and Mrs Thos Mudd of Louisville visited relatives here last week and attended the fairI Dr George Moo Shaunty ofI ijouisvide visited his mother lere Friday v HbriJ N Saunders and little daughter of ttStanford were lefoi the first of the week Miss Matilda Brown of Lou isville who has been visiting at the home of Mr und MrsJ L Wharton returned to her home yesterday Mr Richard fidelen of Louisville spent sr vpral days last week with Mr J C Green 5Miss WiHie Knott is attending the millinery openings at Louis viileCincinnati and Indianapo us t MrJ I Wirasatt and children returnfd to their honie at Lou isville Saturday Miss lda Charles Carrol has returned to her home at Louis ville after a yisit to Mis Flaget Siuims Dr W F Trusty who has been ill at his homa on Main Street is able to be out again Mrs H M Noe rand children of Columbia are visitingeta tives here Mr Ed Roney and son Will I mol Lebanon visited Misses Eliza and Eddie Mulliqaiji last week MrBJ Scannell of Louis ville who formerly lived here was at the fair Fridayshaking bands with old acquaintances Miss Maty Noe is ill w tty phoid fever Messrs S J Anderson G D Robertson Jr WT Leanhrnan Louis Cain Robert Natty and Alex Thompson attended the meeting of theKnighls of Colum bus af Lebanon Monday nightI Mr Frank Smith h sreturne1 tto his home in Bardstown after a visit to his brother Mr Huirh Lee Smiij Miss Laura May Brown has returned to her home in Louis ville after a visit to Miss Francis It Martin Miss Lil1ie lAnderon of Dan yule is thd guest of Miss Eunice ONan Miss Ma garet Greene has re turned to jouisville after spending severa weeks with relatives j Misses Mary Taylor and rSuanna Hi yes havereturned to Mt Zion aft ratisit to Miss tMayMays Miss LiJuan Sisco of Bards town is tile guest bf Miss Mabeli Williams basrelturned tj his home in Lebanon after a vipit to Mr Will Russell Mr and Mrs Jesse Rapier Misses ertrude Stocker Leone and Mattie Rapier Mr John iSoaldiog of Bardstown and Messrs Dick and R H Edelenj of Louisville have letutnei tto fieir horn ea after mtkndlng a i fRcivf Fall Goods I tI IJveDay Now YoqShpuld see the greatest jirte ofsiit I c i Mens Fine Suits I anythingbetter The High Art Clothes 2 I A Guarantee Goes with each Suiti of l Overcoat IIiII We are also receiving daily our Winter Shoes I for Men and BoysWomen and Children New Underwear and Hosiery r i I i r IIThe RobertsoC1aybrooke i IItI I INCORPORATED = f 8 1 iii I i house party given by Miss Mabel Price f LitMe Mary Martha Curry is quite ill at her home i Mrs H ugh Lee Smith Is Visiting relations ia Bardstown Mr and Mrs P A Spalding and littlel sOd Ben of Bards town andMIs Katherine Spalding of Lebanon spent last week with Miss Bertha Haydon Miss Mabel Price will leave inIBardstown e- bjlanonPagan last week Miss Fannie B Smith has re turned home after a yisjtto her parents in Bloomfield 7 i Mr and Mrs Edwin Sinith- of Bloomfield are guess of r la iinshele Miss Jpsio Lee 1left Monday for Louisville where She has ac cepted a position aSmiflhlr- i I j ENTRIES r AND EXHIBITS f Exhibition and Classification of the Kentucky State Fair Entries and exhibits of all livestock departments except Jar horses mules and jack stock will close Monday Sept 6th at 600 p m and all other departments r to Friday Sept 10 t Entries ot horses mules arid jack stock will close positively at 12 o clock noon the day before the exhibition phere will be a printed program of the entries of horse jack stock and cat tie together with the name of the owner name and color of tho animal and number of the entry which must correspond with the number womb the person in charge of the animal it- absolutely essential that this infor matlon accompany the entry which must be filed with the secretary before the closing date Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 13th and nil exhibitors wiljbe so notified There are i400different rings in whlchprlzes arc offered and there is a total of over 300 lots The horse classification is subdivid ed into classes suitable for light bar ness flvegaited saddlehorses roadsters combined harness and fivegait ed horses American carriage horses threegaited saddlehorses combination horses plantation saddlehorses high stepping and runabout classes Shet land ponies and fine horses Good premiums are given for both mules and jack stock In the beef cattle department Short horns Herefords Polled Durhams AperdeentAngus and Red Polls are zlven most liberal classifications In the Dairy Cattle Department Jerseys HolstfelnFrieslans Guernseys and Ayrshlres are recognized The dep rtrnqht includes Berkshire wlneI land Chinas Durop Jersevs WhitfiB TamworthSj Hampshlrs ant torXshkes lit the shpep depatjnmr prizes are offered for the foilow Iru breeds Shcopshires Sout owns Oxfords Hampshire Cfotswojds Dor sets American Merinos Delaine Me- rInos Ramboulllets Llncolns Cheviots and also a class for Angora goats The poultry department covers ey ery known standard variety The same Is true of tile pigeon department the prize money for these departments being much larger than last year The department for vegetables and melons field seed and grain arid tobacco contains classes for almost every product grown on the farm Jp horticulture there are over 700 prizes offered for apple9 peaches pears grapes and 1hls cellaneous fruite Plants and fiawers one of the most beautiful and attire Uve exhibits of the State Fate will be well taken care of this year and will aldepartmentthere a more interesting collection of premiums than In that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries flIilEYJfliksK- iiiyRisddw JitItt- 1 t 444+ ttDIINKI I i e fF F t ewe FAN TIlLiI jri f i The Drink thatt helps you think r ji1 if 4The Drink of the Fans Rich Red md IJil i t i ti laT i r i r x i rw fIivt rail T t I a l iMjj i Is Goo l p v tFAN TAZ the Pennant Winner iFAN TAZ The Hit of the ScMspm TRY IT AND PIND OUT iir iirfiif Its parkling BxhtlMrMtinf at t katiellertleiniiros t I t titirI j i ICELESS 14 SODA t FolfNT sNii r 4W JF I Do You Want To Buys i j t 0A FARM j i ttf JlWtcansel1 you onf any aise say kxsattoii j7 Jj jrice We are ready at all timst ta show yotr rO t r and see us About tf r 1 100 FARMSt fj i t j1 inonr Lands See partial hat below Y i4 s s i No l 160 acres 5 miles from Ltbanoa 5 ailea SfriacfttU t iroom dwellingy in good repair 3 barns plenty of fnmr fJntjc efcwater all under good fence Price 5000 per acre 7ij No 2237 acres six miles from SprieU gui p4k 2 i f dwelling houses 2 stock barns t 90 acres t MIT UM JIIft t7 eL I I gras plenty of never ailinsf water all under r od fece No 3 Iga acres 1 mile frqm Springield 24w llill liwi 2 dwelling hoUses 2 barns plenty of water all of farit ill frikM jbJik under good tence Price S55 per acre v f No 4 8612 acres I mite east of aclot 8 room dw Hkif t good toba co barn all putbuildLQfs finevOrchard of trees aM it kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water 4ctr tit i grass Price 3500 HO 5 128 acres 7 mileaf from SprimffleM 11 Mile k i tt t5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre toiwe o barm MW fftpif hfciof timber good tock barn all the farm will raIse toteeet Jpric t eI ii 345 per acre vv r No6 120 acres 7 room dwelling 12 acre t bouco barse J i stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land M acrM ef 1IpIaM att under good fence ho overflow land Price US per acre t No 7 200 acres on good pike brick dwelKfc taM 1iiii 3 tobacco baths fine tobacco land at least oftcrhalf l tti S land Price 40 per acre I No 8 12 acres 1 mile from Spri ieW J jm p4k if Wipi dwelling in good repair good bant alt uadcr food JCK iIcOf fruit plenty of water Price SSQf 1 No 9 150 acresjlmU from pike oitcouaty ra1 mlk frmLoretto 7 room dwelling In good repair alt un4 r food f Mf sit In gra except 16 acres t leatj of waters tcley Mat aM rtami route nest ck barn 60 ft square peaty of tcci30 per acre No 10 lGJ acres nlli flMlroom dwelling In goodJrepalr IlpilNAe9 C under good fence plenty of oc akeBieyAT t 0- s t ESTESTh dcld lRuEceiIrf I L i f r f ii- EwRANr11 J sU nt I t rw Tiiw TJ1i1ENvsLiF j t f ulf 4 11II jJJl Vt 4 Aui Uw piIt ibvi ds4u 1 itt a v ab pus 1Iitt 3tr ftlate fcr i1i 41I 11i 411 wr 11 tlM ttM41 ks irMOMHii Hrjiti tu4oulri4 K e IJIIiIItt r 1a turisd IJf I wh se d II ghic a ha tbM bsowk wt I wbIte frid a aIaIty f a eCe 1i ta Utti rwitrwi with dI dt7 7I ttiwiys loo- kui4to u aiid kelt Mud we Jfat pisr aid M 7or14 prtty w w were 1t1t1l you aid w uIwa7e do4a 7 tk ttm to akjd fl rbt aw jo44is b wsabHy bsasg and a II tt irtth the 411 ad y II vI Aid IMIf INCa t7 pD ti yr eheks OM wd 1 7 we a yuif girl to jrIovr ma otwilkt pell Jortea rdto roM Mta Wierwla as aiM oaUrrilaitst llttte pluI lt eo Uericeia M AaAII faattWIk to 11f1r- rtlWMIt ji1I lateytMar trala to tows Jf atii attwBM ch rwuI ecat Aid with a JMatr ataave aVtb ejoek and a harried kar ah rtIsd away at a rapid rate Sbwwlo tunMMl agaIn to the wfciu abe warn atoee DolIIe ws Tsa 4kt t l hic twea trIIIMeirtt lMk 4 lh tc hat MsfiM hekat bar wiM 1ifyWfttIMI- WMlt1Ma hritftK The lips that part r i syrar q4esiIa g whtta tbeth were euiiy And the kirge raT eyes t Jnettag tri from uaitr dark brows lf 9 i iia6N had a TMi iac hrilHaace- MiMrip front ie aiach chaa e vhi jrtt ahft aAd u sb pat oa IMr hat Mw iNpps l esi a wrap and took va her tow Mt aw eatf ah ateid tillasjakea hy the MMljtlrHdi ftifffot ht Weft MtiMftl Jt wan a tee Jwir MJ sire from Awrtralbu AccHeats JsuHMMraVte were occurring every week WkAtat hewwre the victim ol I7 Wiwt if he were uLand could t tlMo trfp The aretOaet dread Of all nhe did JMt Talce TeB Jo her Is most eoiosclous NBe1t feolfah you are Alia fSher wtaV Mr wild khao Impatient little 1oaa if her head Hte laat letter aakl he we W meet you at the old trystlng a4c av ttJaY the antalversViry bf w== eat there Maurice would Merer break hk word 8he waHce4 at a brts4c rate the inany Waeka which lay between ber homo aid th jjMrfc The channlng awharbaa Hotmpr aro Hd was gorgecHH lIn its ikstKHHMil rebcit of aathfr aad crlmao a 4 lTa c KoM There wahcon tteaat V4riftiBf of glowing leaves tiiriajphthe Mie haxy air And every i W fWJiIwere making merry rMt aid Ja irblnff and playlBj I t Bt i eiA11q pherwhi reached the aTeat irHoep tntala where the leap Igwa4er ae ioflfer flittered her heart aaalc Hh ixtfich sharp dbwppolnt tThere was no oiw there but a gray hatreYi ttacH fsan who Xtauce l HP at her appjoat only to 1 head iMtaatly again over the paper be wai reflldlBjt Sbe took out lie watcli atHi cbasnltedlt My watk fast r am ten nth c atee ten seoa low foolish of ine to to fHrJ she Mitt i4ewIkPd up nnd down the gravl eled pith ifaJthe fountAin i1t-wi tas 1idbe She watcheirtlt aUireNnt avenioi up whichThet- nilgm It F a ten years slBceibej 4 4had parted Kive plante gonel At S heirovM he there he had wrltten aereiilaibiNtetf A4 he weed never have gone away ltktaotbeen for Maryg aaex yected deatii she isteht have gone with htMvf t Aline hud declared herself biuid te take care of her sisters chit lift J Mx atoaths ago freedom had come to her Daa wag a man and prospering Dellfe wa aMrried and Nell had gom to Hye with her 8u Aunt Sherwin wr6p to her lover that sne was walt triK Jot hlra The clack Ila the tower clanged oul thehourPfL Sli1f Ktarted aa4 her reticule fpllw the 3ffoa 4l Jbree ad be was not t ItectoJachcls t 0tUile bell bait Btrwpk on her heart like a blow YfHi have droffted your bagr Tli Hwrr on the beach picked It up and of fereil It Nr her lifting bte hat Tin afrM yettare ihMppolntedI he said jile iaatt7 Yes were expecting some mr b harAIy glaaced at him But she wai5 la the a oei for coaiaeace and h6 yetce wss sympathetic Yea aJHiNW MH sat clownMA frtpfidI wfe has been long abroad wad kOhave Met here this di1is1 Ihewr a4 be hAs not comet Ive been a xreat traveler myself th 1Bwa aald Where dM sour friend mr V jfff r In Auatrarul tier wtrt noili Hcba art aUvnudajc jIJtmM lo R the patUa that M iu tHtfotiHtNiB it- T lieea lberpil Hmi1tse It- sshtyax pxrvjsiie B nfrn tIttte- 1j mire l 1 f sl tsintM ih atriK edff Herirheart wasHkiT lead wHMil her It would be aItird to iMsf You had kHOWB Maurice Far far there IH ine set he repeated Idid kSovr a mau of that IRgIY1 fhHt did yowr friend look HkeT- ile was jttrnfKbt and blluli sfreretarned dre tnlly He had hro wni bMBtlfHl cycs i lieclenn ahavwr 1ae ihd curling black hair pk that Isnt the roanI know at Hll he saW positively ThejKurriiif Jkliuyt Is gather stbut ndY bearded itt yltc Tray I yiiirxvln ndddcd Indlfforently Hih Janced again tyienllugly at th- I1 in the towci Flfteeh5 minutes jHist a He was not comliiii There Iquuse walling she Midirising All the joyousness seeund to itave left her Maurke would be- hevelt he were ali HoV dreary the f golden day had grown bow cold And what a moan there was in thej wind a desolate cry ikt found Its ecmo her heart Tbe BWB on the bench sprang erect a ftraI htfrobustvJlgure He thrust all amoked glasses In his pocket swept oat lila hat and held out eager k r AllaelV be crlflYaurlcels here FliIJ ofie wild stunned Incredulous oBjentshe8tared at him Then she took a faltering step forward His news closed around her as she sobbed oat her gladness on his breast Marked by exile and labor premature lj gray and yet the samethe old sweet smile the old iovInguyes- 1t wag no deliberate deception 4faf itwas only when 1 saw yu ap rochlng thatt rememberc the glasses mustt wear In strong sun shine and slipped them on 1 cannot read with them onJ he lan htdbutI1 bent over the paper Just the same My dearest own girl will joe forgive aM i You Wve kept ypur girlish beau ty The fever that made my hair gray makes me look older thou I am Her coloi had come hack In a rose red tide She smiled up at him stand lag stalwart and dignified before her Mod she crjed to him You are hand Bonier than ever Maurice But every It you1 were really bent and crippled yais and bUnd you would beasycHjve always been the only man Jn the wide world for me kn now the leaves had a merry rus tt4 and the wind a song of joy Pleasures of Trout Fishing CatchTng trout Is not time only thing ithnt111akesftshhfa mountain stream worth while The early morylng ride to the place w ien yon are tocnmr- pence your days sport Is In Itself pleasant to n degree wholly missed by those who take theirrides later In they day During the early hours of the day the air Is fresh and Invigorating Every teat nnd spear or grass by the roadside sparkles with dew and the forest Is pungent wltfi pleasant and health giving odors that are di tpelled as the sun riHes above the treetops upd dries the moisture on leaf und twig As you drive quietly along you may have the good fortune to see a deer brow ing jiv a roadside cenrJugBe stands watching you for a moment or two then turns quickly and with graceful leaps dixnppeurA among the trees Au old fox steps put into the nKdiutf rots boldly along abend of yon for some distance butwheqhe dEfCovers that you are gaining on him he turns for an Instant shows his teeth with a snarl nnd then slinks away Into time bushes Farther along a partrldjro with her brood f chicks has also ventured out Into the road and when sltV too dlscovura that you are drawing uncomfortably near there Is a great to do With outspread wings and uttering the plaintive cry made by a mother partridge when she believes her young to be in danger she hastily vdNects tthe members of jjhW family and Jleads nud drives them back Into lime security of the woods Outing Magazine Mike Was There Too I was there said the reporter ad I know this Is true It was durlug the Spanlsh Amerl cara war Most of the boys had en listed In the navy and there were more than a score aboard the convert ed cruiser St Paul commanded by tbe then Captain Slgsbee who was commander of the ill fated Maine at the time she was destroyed In Havana harbor Wei were slowly making passage out ofj New York harbor one bright sunshiny morning and several hun dred Of the crew were lined up along lhrIce rail of the main deck watching tile various craft plying up and down the river By iiUd by a magnificent swanlike private yacht owned by a prominent Philadelphian steamed swiftly along side of us and when we weretfwlthln easy speaking distance a beautiful and elegantly attired woman pu the bridge called out In a cl arsopnmo voice to the officer on our bridge Is Captain Slgsbee aboard Before time man addressed could reply a huge brawny coal beaver with a voice that seemed to almost make the ship vibrate shouted from the main deck Yes Captain Sll bee Is aboard an so Is Mike ONeill Jh the roar of laughter whloh fol jowedeven the laIr Imjulrer afttr the Captain joined tthough time otfiieron our bridge inrnid purple with rage md niortHimtIoHPhlIadeIphIa Lidi I mc sHoW a 19O93 H OWSc1IIThI A 1 rBIGaAVS QO 000OOIN1L PREMIUMS JOIE SlOW AND HIPPODKOME ffitfg 1 DAILY lACEMUTIEIJPi AND HIS SAND PIETTwTioNSFIIE W01IS 2IRAE 1101 ON TIC ASS25 I Mcbid s 4MimaakJ1dide4rigl is muuiwiik Iwsdas Shew k ww day aid f Stock tIea tai HM wwU iw- dIrVttt B d t W RATUIOAD l ATESJ oL USVOWAIONCATALOGVZLNTLy MANK AbD3c J WINLWMA4 5cttizy- Pasi Jf4uBi4s ftJe LaTIUeK7 S 5 I6I7S8 DHfEflE 4STORIES1t- 1 1 Littli Things as Aids lit Solving C froW ms In Crime L TH VALUE OF SMALL CLEWS j In All My CxfMriinct Says Police LS erant CuffOnSwilkie Cotl llns Crtatitns Hvt Never Yet Metlueh a faTrifle If you ask some Condon publishers they will tell you that no book sells so well us n detectlwstory and that peo pIe still find a fascination in the achievements of Edgar Allan Poea Dupln GiiburliiuH Lecocti and Tabaret ot1VUklpCol1lnt These men were the forerunners of Sherlock Holmes and their teats 6f criminal tracking were as remarkable aKtli nchlevedby the famous character vreatW by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Porhni the least known Is cWrwho feuris la The Moonstone Cuff looked for tide vis In trifles In vestigating n smear on a newly paint ed door he was told by the superin tendent who had the case In hand that It was made by the petticoats of the women servants The superintendent said petticoats were trifles 1n all my experience along the dirtiest waVHof this dirty lltfle vorld1 replied Cuft have never met such a thing 81 rifle yet We must see the petticoat that made the Smear and we must know for certain that the paint was wet JLecocq the beau Ideal of the French detective wns wont to explain his de ductions to assistants Just as Sherlgck Holmes did to his friend Watson IlL the story of rUe No 113 a safe has been robbed There sa scratch on the door of the safe which seems to have1 been made by the key slipping from the lock But Eecocq explained that the paint was hard and that the scratch could not have been made by thej trembling hand of the thief letting the key sUp He therefore had an Iron box made painted with green varnish like the safe As Lococq Inserted the key be asked the assistant to endeavor to prevent him using the key Just as hewn about to insert it in the lock The assistant did so and the key held by Lecocqv pulled aside from the lock slipped along the door and traced upon it a diagonal scratch from top to bottom the exact reproduction of the one shown Inn photograph of the safe Thus It was proved that two persons were present qt the robbery one wished to lake the money and the othir to prevent Its being taken Intbeplay Sherlock Holmes the detective with tb1aid or an accoui pllce raises an alarm of fire atthie house of the Larnibees during the ex citement of which he is able to Investigate the mystery of the purloined documents A somewhat similar Incident occur In Edgar Allan I6es The Purloined Letter when Dupln having obtained entrance to the house of u mlnisu of the state who had purloined a let ter of great linpprpnuire from a lady wished to take It front Its biding plan a card rack over the uiantejplece und substitute a facsimile While Dupln was talking to the mliiistei thefe was a sudden report of a plsto beneath the window followed by tear ful Streams end loud shoutlnj Tb minister rjusbed to thE window am while his attention was thus distracted 3upiij took the real1 letter and subrll futed the raise onewblcn be hud prepared Needless to say the djversloti had been created byQuplns assist ants Although The AMventures of Slier lock Holmes somewhat overshadow tbe stories of other detectives which appeared iin the Strand Magazine our should not forget to mention Martin Hewitt investigator and Dick Don OvenmeBoth these detectives worked alone and were past masters In the art of solving robbery mysteries murders and the crimes of secret societies And the value of noting trifles par ticularly In detective work Js striking ly Illustrated In The Case of Air Fog gatt The latter had been murdered nbls chamber which was situated at the fop of the building In which J3ew tit iinci aji office Hewitt was the first nnejptl tin scene Tbe door was lock wl and when he got Inside the roon lie found Fciggatt lying across the ti le shot dead TllCrtwuR n 14r Imp of tiny fecit outside time wlndciu- low had time imircjerer got III am Iltwhmlht retailed On tin sldelitKird were ttliffresbl llte rcuriiiis uf un apple Hewitt idt Ired thai h11uct been bitten bv n who had Insi tvi leetli om- ll tin top amid iie Iteltiw He ils aw that tilt leil innii had tin excel lIlsriuf fillIlc teeth with non jilssiu lit oluJfrvcd too thntau lvt vmitf man ouliL hr siiindim n Epilepsy Fits My son ascurcdofa very case of epilepsy with Dr Ibacl Nervine BAKERP Cleveland O My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking DtMiles Nervine only four months MRS C G BENNETT r Alma Mich Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance ana Spasms are all nerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Mites Nervine that itiiis reasonable to conclude that it is almost sure to cure ypu With nervous diseases ofa sever type persistent use has almost invariablyi resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of the rem edy The best evidence you can of Us merits iis tOg write to who have used it Get a 11get from your druggist Take according to directions and f it does not benefit he will re turn your moaex Inr Pierces Favorite Prescription i tM Met of all MedACis for the ewes ef esdworders sad wMdmeMM peculiar to wem It iis the oily preparation ef its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physieMa aa experieaced earL skilled SfeekliBt ia the diseases of woea- It is safe ateJIeuie m My eeadkiea ef tee yste THE ONE REMEDY which IIIIaeaJeeltetiajiirione kabkforig drag aai wkiek reotea ae rayiig for each ttimnlanfii THE ONE REMEDY so food that its maker are met afraid to print ks every dii4itt ea Hek oataide bottle wrapper awl attest to tile tnrthfidaen of tbaao uader saLk It ii sold by tedic edealers everywhere d say dealer wbo tat itea tit tat take a substitute of unknown composittoa for tide aeduuae pp COMPOSITION No counterfeit as good as the feaulae and the dreggist who says soaetblag else is just as good as Dr Pierces is either Mistake or is tryiag to deceive you for his own selfish beaeit Sucha iis aot to be trusted Ho is trifling with your most priceless possession your health nay be your life itself See tjtttt yott g et whit yw ask for rbttII u w nin uruw nunsqlr op at roof iilid thus Escape Thus Hewitt Icouips la look for a tall athletic look llnJ Vlllllfs tutu wIth two teeth miss He llnds him ohtiiln by a ruse another uipl wlijcb he has bitten cqaipjires rtlie two and ultimately ob falnsv HIP startling story jnf themur der from murderer himself after the coroners Jury bud returned a ver diet of accidental death London iitBirR r It Is the little pleasures which make life sweet as the little displeasures may do more than affliction can to make It bltter Confide a secret to a dujnb manj anti It will make him speak LivonlanL Senator Gores I Memory Seldom hns a legislative body wit nessed so remarkable a teat as that performed by the blind senator from Oklahoma Thomas P Gore during the recent tariff debates In the sen ate Senator Lodge had cast doubt on some of Senator Gores statements In regard to the earnings of certain cotton and woolen mills of New Eng land Depending solely upon his memory Senator Gore repented in detail from the report of the bureau of cor porations of Massachusetts tile official figures covering the capitalization sum plus net earnings and dividend rates of a large number of Massachusetts mills He did the same with fifty cot ton and woolen corporations Probe THOMAS P OOKE lily no public man since Henry Paw genertlnhaving been sightless for twentyeight years has imssessed so infallible a inemdry I Thomas Pryor Gore Is a native of Mississippi thirtynine yeqrs old and IS4a Democrat In politics After be lug graduated frouf the luf school of Cumberland university Lebanon Tenn in 1892 hie spent several years In Texas He removed to Oklahoma in 10Q1 served one term in the territorial legislature and was elected United States senator In 1007 drawing tho jhort term which expired in Marsh of Jils year In January last Senator Gore was reelected by the legislature for a full torm to succeed himself Huff term of service wlll explreln 1li5 Fodlish Christian Dr Parkhurst In on address In Brooklyn condemned those who Avr n gle over religious tenets of no Impor tance Such people hfe saidugle Chris tianity a bad name He must havu been brought up among such people the little Brooklyn boy who on being asked to define the word heathen said 7 Heathen are people who dont fight over religion COLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR An Exhibit That Should Appeal to Progressive Farmers prcsc4tindications 1 tractive thnii ever before The num her of prize rings have been Increased and the premiums are more liberal than last years show It will be held under the rules of the American Ken nel club and as four points are to be gained by owners toward a champion ship medal It Is confidently expected that there will be a number of high class exhibits from the eastern and norjhern states and It Is n9t at all unlikely that some of the most cele brated kennels in the United States will hq represented at this show The exhibit will acontluctedunder the auspices of the Kentucky State Fair Qcllio club which includes in its main brtship the most prominent collie fanciers In the state and gentlemen who are quite prominent In bushlese and Social affnlrs The club officers presidentProtpreslaentWGood Joseph Burge VH mUller W R Moorman Jr members of the cxo cutlvo committee A number of special prizes have been secured and altogether the prospects are quite flat tering The collie has come to b recognized as a farmers dog and for this reason this show should appeall IntboCommonwealth the dog shew has been oije of the very beat attractions the State Fair This year with an increased number of dogs and a greatly Iiycroas d Interest in the show it Bhoild be better than ever Old utcors J DrJeWspromptly It is clean and pleasant to use old ever jwhere 25cabqx3 tiME OFTHENATIDI How Ills Keptt at the Naval Ob servatoryIn Washington THE SIGNAL FOR HIGH NOON Is Flashed Out Over NeaVly a Mil lion Miles of Telegraph Wires avery Day nthefVearThe Finely Ad- Justed Instruments That Are Used A few minutes before 12 oclock noon pvery dny in the year a young man walks Into u certain room of the main building at tne naval observatory which Is set up bu u lull in the north western part of the District of Colum clocksIIUnpparatus He watches the clocks tobl8leit rloselji nnd waits for the bauds to nach 1155 As the second hand ap proaches the on the dial be pre pares to shift a 8wltcb WhO clock Is joflnely adjusted that when time sec ond humid points to iIt exactly marks tbe uegiunlng of a new minute AH It touches the 00 the switches sri thrown on That starts a fgnal that goes out Instantaneously ifvet 900000 miles of telegraph lines In Vashlngton New York BuffaloCleve iniid Newport Baltimore Newport News Norfolk Savannah New pro i SOS Key West Ualveston Chicago and elsewhere the time balls go up on their Poles People know that it Is live minutes to noon Vishtuglon time Tbe clock which kucpA the timex ln the observatory ticks On With each tick there Is n contact electric points A circuit Is closed and an In strument on the table similar m air pearance to a telegraph sounder ticks away loudly It goes on to the twentyninth sec Dud theij skips one tick then resumes Its steady sounding until the last five seconds then there is another gap These gaps are for the purpose of giving listeners at time other ends of the great system of wires acbance to know what part of tbe minute the clock Is on So It goes up to the last minute At the twentyninth second there ilagain the skipping of ope second Finally Slim clock gets around to the fiftieth second Then the circuit re mains open for ten seconds There Is silence nil along the telegraph wires At the other end where there are time balls ori merely train operators the long pause Indicates that noon almost there The second band mnkeJC in toward und finally reaches the mark Then there Is another click in about a second the sounder Is down tad that tells hundreds of thousands of pecple that It Is noon In Washing- tont It Is n wonderful operation this get ting tin time and highly technical Klncly adjusted clocks chronographs and othet Instruments of great vnhie are used nudthe taking andvrecordlng Df the time have reached u point where the human equation practically elim inated Tile results obtained are of great value particularly to mariners The time not only flashed to hundreds of points lu the Unltefr States but le tii sent fnij outto sea by Wireless A cable cnrries the flash to Huvujia an other to Iauanm and Collate Peru I be olis rvntory here does not send the time ibuch farther west than the Rockies bhtbey have nn observatory at the Alan island navy yard and from there the lime Is sent up ami down the Pacific coast just as it from here to jtbe eastern part of 5int UhltcdStutiSrcIn the cities where the tlmor8 the flash iOark OC OCkAfn hour later local opera 111 drop the time balls The mean time to determined by as tronomlcal obseivutlotis Wlieji cer lain stars puss the vcnlyOrthnerld Wnablngtortwatches for the stars through a tote scope the field of which Is covered wiresI reach a certain point IP transit the operator presses n key lit his ban A contact Is madeaud ri corded onn chronograph The chronc- cwpb consists of a cylinder coverea with paper A fountain pen rests Au the paper It Is held by an arm nf ached tn the jnivhnnlam Iho rvlln dur revolves once a minute and tIme pen moves along the surface of the flplnlllinet make nmnlug In n vrtull underneath the oh servqtbry With each tick of this polntlfllhlt J ultatJsnIlIclJnone side Cqlifiqiietitly tIIIIP IllJiilJlKju lu the line are hr breaks too when IlherouscHver wntchiH the stars J tbJtelescope Till mean time tints re- cordedf rOllIh star after being cor reft pd fotr iTors Isllu clock time of fhii staYs transit Whatever difference there Is betiveftn the clock time and tho sidereal time marked by time trans itofth stars Is the error of the clock From these nstronomlcnl ob servations tthe sldirenl unto Is ob inlned fill irrur mnoiiiitK to bull little nifeiy being mOre than from live oiinrljuiidredthV to teii onehuni tlredtlw of itLwnnd Tilt tlfu of sendlllg n flash over the wires Is pracilrnily nothIng wABash tins renciirtl reenwleh England Jo ihreetenliH of ii second Washington Cor Chicago Inter Ocean It1iioorUoussaye i J Iii UNIVERfliU1 ml all fi I U4iIt i7 t- t I I c f fiIIB I iV IiStafeUniveisity Lexington Kentuckjoff t tit feUwie ibeav namely Agricultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Eginwiaj Rettrteei Et t gineering Mining Engineering Classical and seven ti6c core esdi of yiwhich extends over four years andl leads to a Bachelors degree also a DsprtII ment of Law and a Department of Education which llast has hneji estiMjihcail I instead of the Normal School Persons who enter thU department prepars for C tadvanced work in pedagogy and are granted a Bachelors degree IB this suct i I when completed The Academy for preparatory instructiont is re4aifldL County appointeei receive free tuition PriYilereQfr tb drm l 4i t ties fuel andlight traveling expense if they remain ten consecutive iothsj one collegiate year I The laboratories and museum are Urge well equipped compretmswei i 11 t modern Military Science is fully provided jfbr as required by Congress withliberal j department has a specialist at its bead with the 7 T rtn Tjiniiai I r r pjf 71 fii IEach Young women find an excellent home with hoard nnd lodging in Patterson I which is well equipped with all the modern conveniences Jbatk reoex WB f culture at 300 per week All courses of udti ike Usvsaaiiym r1on to women on identicrl conditions with those appIynto rAaies J catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information muttm r IForI of study atid terms of admission apply to h 4 J i 4 a JAIWESK PATTERSON PhDJIL DPresdeit Ih U i t rto DC FRAZEE Business Agent f IIor IF 3t 1 wI A1J5 I I Term 11ut 4a Begins Sept g 1i9O 10I IjP1 iiI iil ii rt J Young Rockefeller to the Fort John D Rockefellers recent transfer to his son of large realty holdingsiin seemnsLtobohrt ually lletting go or the cares of biisl ness The real estate to vhkh title has been passed ajrgtegnfes 57000000 in value 1000000 in Cleveland anti 3000000 hi New Yoilc While the IJiKkpfelliT fortune la the largest belonging to any one person its principal prop Is Standard Oil When a vacancy In the vice presidencies loade by the death of flenrj H Itogers I JOItS B ItOCKEFELTER Jn It was att tlm personal dlrettlon of hit Oiostur of Stnmlnrd Oil ihurJohn tRockefeller Jr was elocteil to tbi place Since his election hit ibis tn enJ otltbUNEPtjlmuu vi xUv ufiimalflv f furltiug his fii NUTS tltk ifiirisiIfent JiiliiilX Uwkefellir Irlsnoutbir tyvivtn yejtni Id ntill 1icpU hi luisV ni career hefitx lit was twenty Fie n intirflcti In 1001 Jo tilit s Aliliy o Aldrlrli w1awhter lntttlr Nel Y Aiilrleh of btad1t1Jslnnd A Iflhlttr tcr yiw lioru tp Jjhi younw cuhlai I P3mtid ii sou JoUn fl RocAifel irtjtOti t Ataa LenThe fnllowitit lotlrjj Is excellent rr- RtUlphWIlit that ten nmiir tin cki ofiwhuulgirjs ttyo foid of MiiiIy Sul phur precipitate four drums cain phor gUm twenty grains acacia gum forty grains Hmcwatef four Ounces rosewater four ounces Apply to the face after bathing I WMNi tt III K lei in I dI Wmto ky 11iyi Isffir Ink themirlddistivigor and cheerful out when ness of soon the diJaPpearI y y IKiA f that it is not uncom mon for a child tb be = born afflicted with weak kidneys lithe child urinates too often ifthe urine scalds the flesh or if wheti the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting dependuponit the cause of the dim culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of thdseimportant s This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women aswell as men arcmade miser able with kidntfy and bladder trouble and both need the same gfeat remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwawpRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists1 in fifty cent dad onedollar size bottles You may I hsve a sample bottle =by Mail free also a allIabout SwampRoot including fl ittL many oEthetbouandi o testimonial letters received frOtH sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the XilmnerIQo y Mire neatioa this papcr Doat make any mistake but remember the name Dr XilJMrS1f8JDP QOt and time addrus hajBtOB N Y OH Ttry bottle t teDjSiif fer Kidneys Agonies jAnd Mot Wonjen Do This Not Knowfag ths tt- Real C ue of their Condition These poor Buffering irocmeai lave been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire Iy due to ills of theiraej t Usually the kidneys and bladder art re sponsibleTor largely to Aad IIIn such cases 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