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TV T r IiutIMb1tiL UINJSL ESTABLISHED 1 I 1 LItmumtu1nrn4ltlLwtt- L i t f j It i L i It FeTRUSTY t fl PRACTICAL DENTTSTt Ofice oet JlaftH 4 Barber r JMsl 1IIIIP MNSO Wenr ic fl Work giart-Jt pwIGFILD Y i n M ECTORY- SiRANGYIEbcll y Hat of hiiiglnM Ckmuty it aiUfa so tk- jkUot Xjuiagtoli S9 miles from 3 uleit Bardfltewc kraach ot jUIe MXadUelaUrO4 ifsraI jf ad agricaltaral district Tfre Banks tel rraf4 and- k telepkoae iticfrww oftcc htuxills liiaiker Popeatis 1P9tlatiQ ef t ti1S JlafrtactttatlTelit Cesgress Hon I sonBardstownXy- fiJ tJJt tat y jXetck3 LeKis nrc1 H HI IT C cClib- rdli4iIkaflvea f iii State State Horn kiTrJarvii GambelUvlle KT t unty DlrKtoy CIJtGUIT COURT Circuit Court begins Gitbe 1Ut1ti idaintbcnarY May ksd Octo birIjHkga Judge St t 0 rkamv OJ1SpB wea1t1l At ftiiy B kA Noe Clerk M G I eaGhKiaBt Jl leColIS I QUA 4R LOU ViQuarierly Court isAeld om the third Jifonday la eact ontb L I Litany Judge OUNrtOURT i foaatyCitrt meets oath fourth iCoaday ia t ckje mtk v LIeitseyJidgc WJr Booker Ccuatv Clerk T S Hayes CoumtyXttoraey ieorJe Catlett JaIlers Sfdney Ofibourne Skeriff aEA4eronDickIshaHi Herb rtEddIemau DStiSrI Aa Masters V i w3ains P Moore qntynrIYO r POBryan Assessor W i tcbeJi Deputy Robert Nos Treasurer 3 Montgomery Coroner J W feushj Bipt of COspBOII clIteMtls PO Springfield CITY CpIJRT- Jailea It r S R NoePoUce Judge ik GracelMarsliaiS W FIr3gab7 tv Attorney a JUSTICE COURT JtiotlcesCoHrts are held ia Janwary yApril and October i f churcjI Dlre tIY M 1HQDIST CHURCH tV S King Pastor Ser ces every SURdayll au and pm- SIiday8cltooleverySunday110am Prayer mzfying every Wednesday v c aight =CATHOLIp CHURCH ReiP F Henaeswri Pastor Ser 4 iccsY Swnday at 8 audiO oclock aTiiu irlcea t St Rose saaie koarf tRSBYERIA1i OHQRCB RscjVj tR Ev 9 tawson Pastor FrMrOklac every Sunday at 1- 1aist1 am piSunday school every 1 Prayer mctUr3WiiMir ftVIQ aBJ ysryTkbLraday fiveBing att 7 ocUlci 5 BAPTIST CHURCti RerfiyasvHarriionVilliamb Pastor e chl1gcver Snnda at IT a m a9 745pm Sunday School even iyat 930 a m Prayer aieetihg- jry 1 Tasdav eveninirat 745 oclock y tOHRiSTI N CHURCIl Yf yRev W F Wolff Pastor r iics first and fourth Sunday Sunday ScLteSnt i1ftt I1l OrdEI SfpKKi IODGK Spriiigteicli lodge g e 50 jieett Jfatcand tkird Monday 7 IpnackthWiMfkuistoiiR JCGkapter Nc iiwets every Mcciid Tuesday fII 8pti jr eM Ciii1i 52 n tut evloirtk JJj 1r 1 f 1 VVHTg F i cE2am YetJ1ifuga TK UMWEEI WORM lEHlDYI TM CMLBIIEinUAVQllITI IHNC IV punaMsiss TJ1AlllI lr MM Mr TLlntmentr4ow CoT Toy MORED CROSS DRUG STORE r = 7 DPJM J tr r 1jTKntuckyStteEairThe f State Fair which will be held at Louisvillo the week of September 1318 pr m aectQbethe greatest exhibition of its kind evnr held in Kentucky or the South There WIn be more than 10000 entriesf and the States resources will oe given more price than ever known before r Kentucky Iouisville and Jeff erson county have liberally do nated to founding this great in stitution It is now successfully 1aunched and if properly sup ported by thecit ZEDSof Ken ckV itbids fair to tak rank as one qf the leading Sfcv e lairs of the country The agricultural l State of thp Union recognize the value of the State fair to every industry within their borders and especially to the agricultural andllijve stock in terest Other states have their eyes on Ken uckyas an agricul tnral State and the progress sbe is making under adverse circumstances r Many improvements have seen made in the grounds andti bliidings on the lair grounds since the exhibition last year the most notable of which has been the lighting of the 100000 live stock pavilion at a cost of 5000 making it the most pre tentious building of its kindin jtlje world In this magnificent bftiding this yea will be held the greatest horse sbow that has graced Kentucky since the State first took rank as the leading saddle horse State in the Union The lighting of the building at such an enormous cost will enable the State Fair management to introduce an innovation this year in the platter of horse shows it being the first in the history of Kentucky fairs that the night horse show has T eenmadeafeatureTegreatestprom1nenceiwil1 be given the tobacco industry of the state at the State Fair this year and in addition to he valu able prizes offered on old tobacco M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture has donated a large sum of money for new tobacco and a great display of this year V product will be seen at the fair The early cutting of tpbacco this year will enable the farmery to get their crop housed and their samples pinked out in plenty of time t to make a spien did showing and in order to ens icourage the tobacco growers jri the Burley dark ttobacco and Green Riveif districts Commissioner Rankin has offeaed a spec ial prize 0150Q for the winners on new tobacco from these districts The amusement features of the State fair this year will eclipse all previous efforts iin this line in Kentucky and the attracticns that will be absolute ly freeto patrons of the fair will be among the most noted open air entertainments ia the country Another feature of the fair and one which promises to be ttieinost pleasing of all will beth engagement extraordinary oL the famous band of Ernesto Natiello consisting olty pieces and which hss beeu pronounced by musical critics the world over as one of the most famous musical organizations in the countryMerdbaoisPraise Dr Bells PinelarHoney J w McDaniel l Etherton Ills says There is no medicine which equals It foj coughs COld8La GriPpe asthma a broechitis Look for the bell oh the bottle j Store Burns JJTile store of intooCheat ham at PhilJipsburg was com pletelv destroyed sby fire last Saturday night about oclock Jt is not knownh w the fire rig malted Theslookrwas valued at something like 1800 and on it was carried 1000 insurance The building was valued at 400 and on it no insurance was carried The firm was a 6qm paratively new one1both mem bers having moved tto Phillips burg from washington county feir months ago Lelxinon En terprise1 fOOTSKIBNEYCOli jss pM4I RIaddw 11aM NORTH POLE f i i Discoveredat Last FA Cook the Successful M anI LI For many years expeditions have been fitted put to go in quest of the Nortj Pole Most of these expeditions have been fitted out with splendid equip ment with some government be hind them and many have suc ceeded in approaching to wIthin fi dejsIredj good as a mile all have been failures and iit remained for Dr Fredrick A Cook an American in a private expedition accom pained by1 two Esquimaux toI reach the much sougbtgoal At first the report cnme as some thing of a rumor but Dr Cook has since ilrrived at Copenhagen and says Mhave reached the North Pole and can prove it He says tha this discovery was made on April 21 1908 more than a year ago that hplanted at the Pole the American flag andJJ buried beneath it a box contain ilag a narrative of his trip and cErt in observat ons and data toIill bear out his claim It was aii great moment for the great explorer Everywhere he turned Was south and with a single steph could pass from oneside of the earth to the other Much spec i ulation has been indulged in as to What would be found vyhen the coveted goal was reached Some pictured an open sea with a climate warmer Vthan that i which surrounds ilion alt idetj t thers fancied a large continent with iijs life and vegetaion1but f Dr Cook has found what in the nature of things was most to behexpected a most cheerless spotff with no signs of animal or vegebt tables life and nothing but i icett and snow The lowest fethperd ature experienced was 83 de rees Centigrade wnicb istequal Ao 417 degrees Fahrenheit Some are inclintd to fa skepii cal asto the truth of Dr Cooks statements but greatest explon ersare inclined to give credencett to the story as Dr Cook is re portcjd to be a very truthful man j Nldht On Bnld Mountain- Qn a lonely night Alex Benlfoh of Fort EJdward N Y1 climed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him mthjpr Kings New Discovery l that had cned himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved jind quickly cured His neighbor Lature iit eured his sons Wife ofa l sever lung trouble Millions believe Its the greatest Throat and lung cure on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by it Best for Hay Fe ver Grip and Whooping CoughJ sOn and 100 Trial bottle free Guaian teed byH ydon Robertson Skiddoo Won Dr JB RqBajdsV buggy horse Skidoo put it on em illI the threeinfive 2 20 race at the Somerset fair this week defeat ing s vere1goodones and win ning the 300 purse Harrods burg Herald Do not be deceived by unscrupu ions imitators who would have you belelve that the imitation pllld are as good as DeWitts Kidney and Blad der Pills Therers anything just as good as these wonderful pills fot the rejief of Backache SSak Back mflSmraattoa ot the bladder urinary disorders and all kldtiey complaints Anyone can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in per fect confidence ot good results Solo by Red Cross Pharmacy Big Firtfat SKelby ville Shelbyfilie Kjr Sep 3Tumost destructive conilu ratiori in the history ofShelby vlie origi nated at 3 oclock this morning in the rear of Shannon Uos Undertaking and Furniture bffore at 530 the Baptist church R A Campbells Grocery and Hard ware Store John Bemis saloon M Lynclrs Drug Store J J Ramsey jBros Hardware and Implement Store bald wen Harbisons Clothing Store and IIthe Adam Express Office were in ruins But tittleol the van ous stocks was saved and the total loss will amount at least to 150000 only panjy insured For a timelit looked as if the whole business section of the city would beJ destroyed bu when the flamus reached JA Middleton Sons threestoryr lvaspratectedbya carried two lines of hose to tfce root f and byvvaliant work check ed the spread of the flames in that direction The HaN buiWmey occupied Iby SmithMcKenny Drug pom pay was another safeguard on the other side its high fire wall saving their stock with only a small loss RoadTo SuccessjThe v obstructions but none so dnsperate as poor health Success today demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It com pels perfect action ot stomach liver kidneys bowels purifiesarid enriches the biood and tones and invigorates the whole spstem Vigorous body use1YouBitters if weak rundowu or sickly Only SOc Guaranteed by Hiydon Rjbertsnn V Horse Show Announcement Cornea from Louisville to the effect that the Louisville Horse Stow will be hold this yea during the week of October lit h It will be beldf in the First egimentIwhich is tins rpassed nsa show place for hones The prizelistl has been fcc m 1etetJand the amounts to bJavarded will run well over 12 The horse men of the St xtc and the country at large who regard the Lo isIville show as tlie equal of any in the countrr will have some f01Ithisb11bredsand elforel e many s for 1oththj sadIIdIersl unusually well tilled The best that have been devdoped during 1m fair easou andat the S tate Fair will be shbAvn and real championships will be awarded therS1theamong the exhibitors Have You a Baby I Then watch it closel And above all things dont Itit suffer lor auy length of time with worms that ijl fatal If its complection gets yollow add pasty If it is listless cross or peevish gets tbin suffers with flatu lence give It Whites Cream Verml age rte only cure tqat never fails and n as nbibed effects Sold by Red Cross Arug Store1 MINUTE WHAlES A Million and a Half Could Rest on the Head of a Pin- T o ooniplotost jfwl most perfect of Whales is a whale so Hmtvl500 000 such wluiltw could Had room hi n space not larger then ntr ordinary plntJ Iiead But ju that vanishhiff speck of nintipf there is already determined Just how nil the Iiiiniimrable cells of the future whales body are to grow lOW many them are to be and where the hpim cell tie muscle cells the nerve cells uul nit Its qther bodily cells arfc to lOud their proper plaeesi In his body to the end of1 tha whajes life But much more than tint In thn1 ne primordial cell si rely linaginii tile for its inlnmeu are stpred the fhysicaineniorlcfi o to speak of that whales aueestojN buck tLti1e first whale Therefore as he grows ho wilt show that whales used to walk for legs complete to thejlast leg bone will be found In the adult whale In the proper place for legs tint liojv tucked under his skin because UI1yare no IOll usable ixuch rs an English ito bleinan hahgHin his hall hls ancestors oatR of mail ns mementos of days npv one by since the Doming ef rifle bul l ri Xoretver such a minute whale is ttr ViiIn tuf awhale because he can t lp shjiblyl stow into a fish any more than he 7n grow Jnton bird for ivhales rr mammals and therefore Separated by an IniiwsSable biological gulf from all fishes Lastly in that i primal cell not only does there reside the whole ancestral heritage of former whales but there Iis ample provision for an indefinite number of future t whplesrDr William Ilnuna Thomson In rbod sI REPUBLICANS Meet in Mass Conventioi fl la Nominate JE P Ded mari For Represen iJ tativeI Irne J convention recently ci11e II to nominate candidates for coun ty offices met here Sat rdayIA considerable number of Rep b licans were in town to partici Promplyt called to order jby County Chair man W F Grigsbyj who statedI ihec purpose of the call andI asked what was the pleasure f the convention Prof Colvin moyed that Mr Walter Burnt be made fcesretay and his elec thou was unhnimousjG C Wharton then JIioved that the temporary organization be made permarent which was done and W F Grigsby continued iin the chair Professor Colvin then produced a pdper from his pocket which he read and offered it as the resolutions of the c nven tion It was very full iin in State10lrrCiaJS It was adopted as the resolutions of the convention Butter Bar Jott then arose and tedIEifasDeadman tive He said that it was a hazardous thing to run for Rep resentative iu this coUnty that he had run for the position and knew what it was but that h i came near being elected and believed that at this time the Republicans could land their man Tbe nomination was duly nolather foraIl Usciipt iin his tb ndand stated that he had written what he had to say iu order that be might n tbe misquoted and delivered a twenty minuite spuechijn ai good vQice He1 said he wished to tell the people who aid what he was that he was bOrn in a vine clad cottage in north Washington and had always been a Re publican and always supported the nominee of that party It was then moved that nomi nations be closqd which carried unanimously Prof Colvin then arose and delivered a short speech saying in substance that it would be Improper to adjourn without hearing from the Father of the Republican party m ilk cpunjv1 Mr Lewis wjio was now a candidate lor Circuit Judge fle selidthat it Jiads been hinted about town that it was danger pus for him to siactively support Mr Lewis but that he was for h m first because Mr Lewis was a Republican and he was tt Re plbjican himself a dwas for him for that reaspn and second ly because Mr Lewis hal bej friended1his father and that he would actively support Mr Lewis wilhout fear The Hon John We Lewis then spoke declaringi that the noniiil nation for Circuit Judge was unsought by turn and that even though it might tolsay so yet it urwiselrth He said he would i en force all the Jaws faithlully that there was a law now on the statute books jthe locall option law which the people had placed there by an overwhelm ing majority and thatt if elected he would enforce that law so long as it remained on the etherllaws Judiclarvil existence in every state where the Republicans are in control of affairs and that in those It 1ytU- PelLfinr ct1tiia itA hard chill pain through the chest tfifficult breathing Then fever with great prostration If this should be your experience send for your doctor You may have pneumonia If your doctor cannot come at once give Ayers Cherry Pectoral When he comes tell him exactly what you have dope Then do as he says Noalcohotin this cough mdidne JCAycrCoLowelIMcss Keep th bowels In go d condition One of Ayes Pills at lei1tifle will cause an increased flow of bfle and ptoduce a gentle laxative elect the day following Lhhinthe Appeals crossing hands with tl Buckingham Chief John WbaUen in the Jeffeftnoian barbecue Mr Lewis spoke for uboujr thir ty minutes hd had good atten tion At the Qoncluaion of hisI speech the convention adjourned To be Happy YOU must have good healte You cant haye good health if your liver iid not doing Its4ntY Blow but sure poisoningIs going on all the time under such circumstances Ballards Herbine wake perfectly healtber liver keeps the stomach and bewels right ndactsasa tonic for the en DrUgStore Alfalfa Hay For Hoi jTobogs alfalfa hay is usually fed dry The leaves are more readily eaten than Jhestemta8 they contain more of the nutri tive value of the plant For this reason some farmers save the ast cutting of hay for the hogs because it is more relished It is eaten up cleaner as the stems are not so woody and more food value iiff found in tbe leaves Sometimes the hay is cut up fiue wet and mixed with other feed and sometimes it is fed groundj as there are now alfalfa n ills scattered tbrfnhout the alfalfa regions Coburns Swine in America Best forTh HandsSS JL Cbrpmau Maasac Ky says I used Dr Bells Anti eJtltSa v on ray hands wh 2h were ore and find it the best 1 ever fried It cured them completely iA POWERFUL PRAYER It Brought the Judges Kind ofLtlhtI to the Farmer Ihe Inte JudKeUmlerljJll said F DBrowne of the enplueerlng depart went Pacific as- perhal OiOiHlesontbern characters that lce of a rail road It was his facile disposition that led to his biIUg appointed right of way agent by the Southern PacIfic MJnderhlll was nil things to all ben The ribald called him a reckless blade the learned called hintoneot the elect and the good character declared that the pulpit would have had one of its brightest ornaments if he had onlyI heard the calf He was the most successful right of way getter that the company icver had Underbill was sent up against a tough proposition There was a farmer whose land lay right in the path of the Toad and he was coy about selling Underhill was sent to sCihlm They were out driving when the farmer turned to Underbill and said itI want to do the right thing judge I have prayed nil night for guidance in this matter and I have not been given lightS4WD will prny4for light right now sajd Undorhill and getting on his knees he made a fervent prayer for the farmer to sellthlsland to the Southern Pacific Awestruck the farmer listened on ills knees to the powerful invocation of the judge and when Underbill re suuietl his seat In tile buggy be said itI have been given light judge Ill sell the land at the figure you name San Francisco Call The Chestnut Hors There is an ancient talcofa band of Arabs being pursued by their ene mies which sums up theIr theory Shout a horses color Among the fleeing band with unusually keerfwas a tuna eyesight And from time to tIne would describe to his leader the heI ridden by the enemy What manner of horses do rideT Black horses V theI Then tireJsno needof hasthIAt the noon halt the leader again asked What manrier of horses do they ride now Bayhorscst JThen we must tide harder A few hours later the leader asked Are they horsed again They ride chestnuts Tien we ride for our lives 1 Italys Rest Days j UndcE n law which went lntd Feb 8 1008 all industrial ectI throughoutmerclal concerns must grant their employees a we rest of not less than twentyfour cklyI seoutlvc hours It does not apply public utilities transportation geneiiI places of amusement Tbe l n1oothei freedom from work may be given on n day other than Sunday In the case of rest prnnts photograph galleries pbar macists etc Let the Debtor lewars- BriggsA safe conversational rule Is When In doubt talk of the weather Orlggs Safe nothlug I met my tailor resteTdayinnd on my speaking of tim weather he replied Yes it is unset lIed and that reminds me of that lit lIe bill of yours Boston Transcript Conundrum T made up my first conundrum this morning says thft phllosdphe of ly Why Is lightning like a W OmrtnI driving a nail Answer b never strikes twicet In the same place Copyright applied for Exchange I The Heneymeen Mack When were you warrlea PUfWk Dyer Just about six check books ago Where envying la there ia tOI fiHilf1 arid every erll work Jame Ir IFORTIJNE mUllI RefuLiberal Propo kip to Locatet Fortune Last week down 4ear Mack yule an old farmer Whose Hake were not at liberty to use went rtllneLt teller anda mediuoMmd tor coD verse with his dead relatives During the talk tbef6rltine teller told him many things that he knew she was nut posted on aed ficaily wound up by telliug him that near his pliice was butted treasure to the amount of 75OQQ in gold and that she would Cjqne there and locate itlorbha for 1000 ca h This infofmatlOfl puzzled him to such an extent that be had faith inberanqt told her he wouldbe back in a couple of days And be hit out for howe lie called on one of bis neighbor and told him tbe story andaakto him to furnish 500 and go hal vers jn the treasure but the qld granger told him to go back to Louisville and tell the fortune teller that be Wanted to do bet ttr than that by Ju rand tab would came up there and locate it they would not only give bet the 1000 but wpuld give her half the tind The fortune teller declined tIis libeil proposition H1rrod burg HHdc l LA Hurr Up Call I Quickl Mr DrugglgtQitckAb- ox I of Bucklene Arnica Salve HerV is a qnarter For the Iov6 of Me es hurry Baby burned himself terri bly Joeniile cut his loot vflth the ax Mamies scalded Pa caat walk from pi1esBiliie has toils awi my corns ache She got itBi MM cured all the family Its the great est heater On earth Sold by Hay jdon RobertSon New Use for Auto JMr Merit Oneal a prominent Woodford farmer has foUnt IInew use for his auto and the 5un wishes to put bis napp iI alongside of Columbus do 1er great discoverers The pealor Jl editor of the Sun considers him self nptodate but what Was bis astonishment last MendayHOrn lug to seea flock of sheep caljelw marching along to the inspiring strains of bonk honk1 pro ceeding from Mr Oneals anibI mobile wnich was driving tbe Mr Oneal was steering the aa chine with as mach aangfroidas if driving sheep was the most common ind ordinary aRkwhich a car could be put tWOdJford Sun Hopplty Hop Are YOlt justbarely getting around by the aid of crutches or a case 1UnlessYQudeformity if your trouble IsrheHm i tUm lumbago sprain IMiff jolmU or anything of like nature use nmInow Itihiment and in no tiKeyen caa threw away your crittcbea and he as well as anyone Price 2cc 50S andtt 00 Sold by Red Cross Drug Store laoooJobin Cenui Work Washington Sept Th Bureau vof PenH today an nounced that approximate 8OQO temporary clerk will bt appointed in connection with the work of taking the tbirteeoth uclamiftat1QU 28 next Very lew appoiBtstevie from this exaralnatioa will be made betore January l oext and not many will be made befort April bib Tne Maximum fore will be drawn about Asgatssty- ear ITh se appoicteee will receive salaries of 600 per anna at the begiDning btft proewxio t itIs asserted to at 900 per ytf will be reasonably rapid lor thoe who give Miisfactorjf Mr vices The appOfetttMt WUI be subject to trziiatioM jjae exigencies bl the s ry1oeJMj require All expire by lwv i JMiieSO 1912 ThavtIC U ire tete k is stated wobrfbr will be absu 4 tlmItiollto tWOyeyl roisII Iaptev e tedi D Dr urati ta to fj 1tdM It WflIio4IteablellO eBe aar 4b letlHr Bell f L I r tkIL i t SU14SCRIMH 111117 iF rt H If t I ij r il3Mke IThIs1L Bob Tuny tfottroikb rg attlptilem to eopni Uki sJitbejsjlciNw AltaMk la41 lzrdIyb i iLoJ111r ooead g aehszp taM ra Hak i 4rof water and w We ki4Jtp him in atik CtIpt L handle of the tP 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attIss M Isle n cs III T to ekas pIspa rtJiim if eat I btry 1 wlU 0 L TV NNulsDr JBW AaHHijm 9 MIlt Stii V dat- meaa ts4sst LoKoiA KiMfbt Templar waiob ebv H race liack ai the Mr jrs r isderSwin please in- to Gwnr MARKS c i iisJIlt ES1ADtR ont DtKJ v t rDwvuy1IcuY JL11 PtLIC IITJit 1 THURSDAY siP t 1ii9 J t jj Dsiocrtk Tick t E f VorCtrcuLt Judje 1 n TaUEAN m wMWctlth AiLy1S WLL IptttIvtT D GRAHAM CsMy JudtL L11TS1 ctyAttiwuT Xf1J U7 d rW T BOOKER Orcuit NOR ttsrt1 ANDRON f utt4w nuSa II p JslierGW J CAtrLn + sr TCHLL cr lia V I GRUME ef q OBRT t 4 Jwtk of the emce Spriurfieia UK t itPotUrUk JehmV Qbrdcn iI ptipffctilfer 1 zd1rerLcktOwn i I J If Wilktt gfripcleld No1OJ I a4 eHjr lwpJfiaaPoiIn i t JMf TWunoan at Laban m d greetedpfti Jadgs Thurjn ii alLebanpn llflMUy wbM be spoke attle OoortHooM TlM bailiing was fp crowed to iti taBOst capacity A 4 M4 Isige ew4IwerteCb- wawtyDg2 I tJ hear Tbeen b NMM wft Ute greatest that MM biMm te at amy political gilberinf Le fcBpn fpr a long l UIIM Tile Judjge was aV his IMM aiHl dtliTered a very ford t Ue aMl ticquwttt address fully 1 t oovwf8 every issue in the cam i 1 paign and aMwftripg eyerj cbarfee that has been brought LgaitM his J dii5ial record Honor Both ror c i sixi days alter Dr Frederick ArCopk announced to the world vat fit d i cQTered the North t Pole caste the wireless message + from Robert E Peary inttie Y prteera seas ihat he had ailed the stars and stripes to the North PPleU While there t will be some prone to do bt I9who will contend that neithei discovered the much sought potty have the opinions of the most fatnoas Artie ext t 4 ptorers who are most able to 1correctiy that both have iMVis cc sfar Cook April 21 4901 fjnd Peary April 6 1909 As jboib are Americans and both jHinted lhe Arnerican flag at t toIP of the earth may we- totgieto each the credit that 1 is justly his due without detrac r 11tla oie jot or little Ironx the l gloryl of the other 1 i The JBepublicans pf Mercer i im t inss convention at Har rodsbarg and nomiDated a full ticbet for county 10fticersJfS follower Represetititive George W Robertson Oopmy Judge WH Morgan Cojunty Clerk DN Rue County jAttorney T M Caldwell Asscjor ST jrr Sheriff S Tc ttansdell t OoiSty Superintendent of j AiNeya Williams k JaTttsr Prank Carey Coroner J BStone The lion W B V HeradoB of Lancijster was iin J jdorsed for Circuit JJudg yt H Morgan the nominee for Coin ty J udge is a former Wash ia tOll coantyv man and is re Me nbered as the nan who ran c on the Republican icket fqr that a jitoevacalnsi Jtk Ige Ltisey in 1807 SIre Eyes tfTfcrefc Veirs Standing I cared Mtes TB8Je Faulkner New J Cdftlil Pfc writes Sutherlands rI JBafle Ijye fifelvc carM me of a case H sore eyes pj tliree yelirs 8tndinir c ekffrfwlljf tecoamend It to anyone ri aeca oflRlch a remedy 25t t4 I b rF 11o Jt trf iF 140 acre farm j one mile from t1 x tSar mallin grass good small j L r dwelling and good barn locatediJ if on jjfop4 pike Price 40 per acr if sold immfediately I LAick BOSLEY Js vf r I r 1 k lCrOM foadllIi iWij MGeorgGoode f nrl lamil f 1lt1 tlrT i Battoai and f r i7Mr au4 Mr ind Graves 5 ijQnwobdfQrd visitedl Y r aGrveli1d family Sun f ti Nt1 LQtayes spiit i ott weekwith her grand ff 4atSItP Hr aM Mrs James it rr J rvi1le 4 2r j n Goode mm 1 witb Mr Saai k Iamili atrnGleons cr c GrY ki uMsi Syi Bay IMioi I yaitdht = c r ik AnnounceqentSh We91hO4Cd toiinouncek 9 f 1 E P EPMXU 1 uuifXeptbUCaflflOrnthe5Or ReprtK t telIttiv e mnthe Lower iHotise of the Kentucky Legislature November efectioo 1909 We are authorized anniSunce EtyiN BIRCH asr a candidate for Justice of the Peace is tie Mac vil1ea1 Htlu rep MagisteriaL districtr subject to the action ofth Re publican party grandparents Mr and MrsJ H 5oode Saturday and Sunday Mrj4 Sara Salmon visited M sJLizzie Drewny Tuesday Those on tthe sick list ard Mf Jane Martin Mrs Lizzie j JliJ MfSpMartha Ann Burns spent ednesday night with her mother Mrs Lizzie Drewry at Jenkinsville Miss Effie Bottoni Thursday afternoon with rent Mattie Grayes f v Best in the WorlcTIfJ TV Hyatt merchant of Warren N C writer Please send enclosed order liy snail Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is the best eye reinedy in the woclan c f FafrView eWrHopepflSprlnKfteld ilton in the meeting Geb Moul Luella Boblitt and Ora Carney attended church at Maud Wednesday night Rev Hamilton has returned after a six r weeks stay ihiTenn essee Mr and Mrs J T CArney Mrs JE Stevenson Mi Rob ert JSympson KatheriueWallopr Luella Boblitt Geot Moul and Julia Parks dined at the home of rF M Garney Friday Mr and Mrs Fred Cheatham and daughter Eva attended the association at Lebanon Tuesday Misses Luella Bobljfi and Kath erine Walker havegoneio Spnngtield to visit the home of Mr Richard Bob ittt iDeWitts Little Early Riser the safes sure easy gentle little liver pills The original Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve isDeWitt sThe name is plainly stamped on every oxtis good f6r cuts burns bruises soJcs boils audsunbrnbut it Is epecia1 ly good for Piles Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy t Lu erAr Misses EnthaRose PoHn and Grace Shehan have entered- sehoolat St Catherines Miss Mary Bruce has returned toher hpm at P rryviUeafter a two weeks visit with her uncle Dr JJ Jli Hopper Mrs H M Noe returned tto her home at Columbia after visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S C VanAradale She was accompanied home by her sister Miss Iiarv y VanArsdale who will spends three weeks t LUst place JprrJ fl Hopper spent a few konjQkonjj 1Ars1htleSaturday anJ Sunday ia HarI ntiI rodsburg visiting friends M r Walter Math rJy of Mack yule visited friends hreFrida rl and attended the Tlioinpsun party Friday evening 1fl Misses Elltn Gregory andt Mary Logan Ntale spent SatuiE ealelin31 Mr Davison Keed returned to State University at Lexington = fer spending the summer yith is parents here Mr Litsey Adams who has ewtaysvlthMr State University CTdesday MisMaryLdganN ale spent Friday with Emma Rose PoHn Mr Hesthe1octl5bI3ck smith Jhas tleft for parts unknown 11 Mrs Tfoni Baker and dllughI ters Bettha and Siikie Exiginton spent Tuesday with tMrs Jas Moran Mr Robt Tbompsoh has pur chased the farmsof j Mr J R Darr tt ana P Wiiiett lor 15 per acre Misses Ellen Gregory Elenor IJReed Mary IJgan Neale Della Ray Gregory andMessrs Henry ayd H B Gregory attended the paisy at Mr Owen Gbodloes jFuuay evening Misses Mabel and Nannie Thompson entertained ttheir many friends in a very charming aa4 delightful manner Friday evening in jon r of Miss Lvllas Thompson t Take cafe of your rstomach Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does very table spoonful of Kodol dJgest2i pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Hardens Chapel trirrand MriJes iLitsey and daughter Geueva have re Jbnrned to Chicago after a pleats ant visit 10 their parents at this place Bbrn to Mr and Mrs Austin Clark on the thirdsne boy Mr and Mrs Roy Fenwick and doughter Eloise and Mrs G W Fenwick spent Tuesday of last week with MrsGeorge Feiiwick near Sim ms Miss MiggjeHiatti has return ed home after a pleasant visit t relatlsat Mackville Miss May and Delia Logsdori spent overnight last week with Miss Hattie Logsdon Miss Lela and Margie Fen wick w1tethe guests of Miss Jennie Litsey Saturday Miss Grace Cull of Mackyillo spent from Friday until Sunday with 11rsH S Li eyand faiailv Mr and MrsRP Lanham sient Sunday wijh Stanley Fen wick and wife Miss Nina etiwI i trspeQL Saturday arid Sunday with Miss Grace Cull Mrs Nellie Logsdon and son Roy were the guest of SG Logsdon and family Sunday Mr Howard Cocanougher of Texas spent last week with Mr George Cocanou her of this placeff Miss Florence Haydoh ieIturned homeaiter a pleasant visit tober brother Mr Leo Haydon of your town Miss Hattie Logsd on was the JSnddYii Je j J I Mr Hartford Log do 1gnd Mr Leonard Fen ick were the l fguesit1 of Mr Io eLiisY f Sunday MissSadie Sturapp spent one day last veqk with Mr Henry Stiimpp and iiimil Mrs Will Barker ndSOl Mayes spetjt Tuesdrty with Mi s Nellie Logsdon Several from JHrec attended the Moonlight party giVen by MissesJPearl and Stid o Fenwick in honor of their sister Alma who recently returned from In diaqaDolis i r i I Miss Ninai Fenwibkspeht Monday with Mlsij Hafitie J2gs 311he don farmers in this I commuriic ihroug h thresh ng wheat the crop is turning out much better llinWtis expected Miss Bessie Sweeney of WaekviUe spent Sunday bight t wicti Jttis Adray Canaryt THE ULANTIC LINERS sign JisJgn b and Flags Used by the Various Cdrnpanies y l COLORS OF THE BIG FUNNELS l In Somo Caccs Tljcy Are Very Much Alike but tha Night Lights Used by the Vecscls cf the Different Lines Are Quite Distinctive V It said that but comparatively fewj of the tunny thousands of person that each year puUuiiixv the various lines of steamships crossing the Atlantic nrfcifnmiHar with till vU Iouii dwtliP gutehiug signs find signals omploml the vessels of the fespec lYe CJlllpalmr uies Yet It fIn vety easy thing tJtell at a glance to what line any glcnI ship b belougsthe Anu Heu Hue for Instance About all that one must romi ntlwr lu tile case of tilt vessels of our owu line Is that the funnels are black ouch with its white Hand When you Cnn Atlantic liner iV night with if blue light forward a red lightt nnidRhIpsi udu blue light aft you know that she is of the American lineIAll Cunarders show n red funnel with black rhigs and a black topi while tile night signals caitdksIJ blue light and two roman each throwing out six blue bails ttrtnsntJmtle t carry Gcrmau Lloyd and the HollandAmer ica lines The first employs a perfect Iy plain funnel without any other color than cream and the latter shows a cream funnel with nYwhlte hand and green borders Signals displayed1 at night by these lines are in the case of the North German Lloyd two blue reda lights one forward and one aft anti Inrrr the caseof the HollandAmerica line RI green light forward and aft with a oTo white h1bt under the bridge lluesSiSe butt tunnels the White Star and the HamburgAmerican the difference between the two being that while the former shows n black top the latter is plain butT throughout White Star night signals are two green lights flashed simultaneously Quite n number of lines carry biac- lfunnelsthe American with a white band as mentlonedrabove the Anchor which Is entirely black the Bristol with a variegated alid fancy touch the black smokestack being relieved by a white b ndin the center and a bliu star In the mJddlcTpf the white bniid In the regulars rI c of the Hamburg American line as distinguished from the express service we tlud thatt the color id plain black uhile the Ret Star Is black with a white IjiUid and a black top The ScandinavianAmerican and the Wilson lines ljue rod and black fun nels black In io firs case with a red top and rod atincl vlth a black top In the sec ltlL The red fael of the French line has a black til similar to the fiuiuolrf of other Hu bUt with diiTcrent pro portions of color Ou this line the night signals are a blue light forward n white light amidships and a rod light aft forming the Prench tricolor IvtAt night the Anchor line of vessels shows a wlllte light tlien a red The Bristol displays a green light only The HamburgAmerican ships for both services regular and express show two ridwhlteblue lights In quick suc- cessIon at the stern The Red Star displays three red lights one forward oiie aft arid one amidships nil flashed together The Scandinavian line employs one whiterod followed by om reUwhlte light and the Wilson puU out two rod lights about sixty feet apart tIt will be observed from the fore going that the night signals of ullthl different lines vary while the funnritf In some cases are very sImilar This however does not lead to jconfiislon for lu detennhilng the Tine to which a vessel belongs one must also Jake Into confider Ion the tlug or pennant slit flies E cry Hub of course car ries n dhtTere t lloiise OugItas It i called r Thoflag ot the Cunard line Is red with a goldon lion III the center whlh rt1nt of the iVhlto Star vessels is ot the same color ut swallowtail shape and clontainhjg a white stftr The house hag of tiieRed Star line exactly the sun ns that of the Whit Cfcir vompnny with the colors reversed 5flaI white star red The ling of the HamburgAmerica linens an clabofnte JUTrtlr white RnI bUiedlagonnny n Iirterod with it bind rtnchof and a yellow shield in HiP eei to The North German Lloyd tkig a handsome one showing a design 0 u key and an audio crossed hi Jh center of a taiirel wreath In blue on white field The Atlantic Transport line flies a pretty flag of red white and blue hori zonlnl bars with stars Edwin Tor rlsse In Clnclntiati Commercial Trib title Just ne Sentence They say tIm Stevenson frequently tvorkcd a wholq Tfternoon on a singly Inc r Thats Jiotlij K know a roan who jus iicn svorUIrg the Iastslx years on one RoutencoV BOtItulltlrOll crl ttt r i rI SMITH ROSE 6 CON AD CO II 226 W Market between 2ndnd 3rd I ACORDIAL INVITATiON TO ALL CLOTHINGHATand to visir our handsome uptodate FUR BISHING GOODS STREdringth Kentucky State Fair OUT Store Your Headquarters IIMalceof all Packages FREE of charge We consider it a pleasur Friends and customers Courteous treatment fair dealing isi our motto 1 a C OIJR NEW FAHD SgDOCK of ClothingI Hats and Furnishing is nosy comptete andr adyforyurjns r ectio v j- jJ I jSmifh Rose 6c Conrad GoJt I JNCOUPORATED 22ft W Market St bet 2nd 3rd tomsvILL KY I XJ W SJHTH CHARLES 2 ROSE FKED C CQNRAD 1iii iiii f TT i i sr4t ri5UR Special Nights at the Kentucky Mr A Lipecomb Fair president stalell Louisville advertisers clubijl the head of the speciall hlghtisv gram Mr Llpscorab Is apibiUous t9 wake the special night fealiftqs ia greater attractlqn than at any prevlj ous fair and vflth thd addition of tho night horse show which has proved isuch a popular attraction at allot the leadlng State Fairs ttd HIpp6drojie performances in the I tyjllo there Is little doubt that his Hopes will be re nilzed Aspoclated withhim are the following Influental and enterprising gentlemen each of whom wilt strive to make lilr night the best Prof E H Mark of the Louisville public schools Who will be chairman Monday night designed as school childrens night Mr Louis Seelbach chairman Tues day night which has been named Get manAmerican night John Rtjchteii wald president of the Louisville feder atlon of llabor chairman Wednesday bight labor night Col W BHalde man commander of the first Kentucky regiment chairman military night Thursday night John J Barry chair man Irish American night Friday night J Eporland chairman fare welt night Saturday night Saturday should be an entertaining day to the children as the Shetland pony classes will all be exhibited and to the general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day It v JMACHINERY EXHIBITS PiCntyof Space For Such Displays at Kentucky State Fair Applications for space In the machinery department are being rcelved- daily at the State Pair offices The Importance and magnitude of exhibit In this department are growlnfirevery year While the same advantage ard not offered toe hlbJtrs as arc gi on them by oldnr lnstituilo In the way of machinery halls thre ft II Lo plenty of spade In ono or tho nnwt ccn venlently located parts of the grounds for exhibits of ibis nature and every other facility and accomodatlon will bp at their disposal Among those who have signified tlfeir Intentions of making displays at the Fair this year are manufacturers of engines pumps stock scales fences mills road machines vehicles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and jverythlng In the way of modern upto date machinery and farming utensils The farmer who would keel abrfeasl of the times must necessarily be in struct d in the use of better methodb of farming and the use of Improved und labor saving machinery on the farmland can find up stronger objec lesson than at an exhibition of the kind X AN INNOVATION Hereford Sale at the Kentucky State Fairt For the first tlnle at the Kentucky State Fair there will he held a public tale of registered Hereford cattle on Thursday Sept 16th 1909 This kle Mil be made up of some of the best cattle ownjed by Kentucky Hereford breeders ahd soinething like fift head will be offered If this sale Is a success as Is confidently believed It will be In the future public satesof other breeds of cattle will probably be held as well as registered sheep and hogs Any farmer wanting foundation stock of fords would do well to bd on handerejj this sale as the cattle will be irrespective of price to the highest bidder r-For catalog entry blank or othe Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Pall Jones Building Louisville Ky p Her Choice They were slsterslnlaw and reason ably well disposed toward each other One was the mother of George aged Tls mouths and the other was the mother of Marian aged six months aid four days It was Impossible that slight lmrentnl rivalry should be nl together concealed Marina does not seem to grdSv very tARt said the mother ofjGeorgV with a suggestion of commiseration in her tones George Is ninch taller height beingmeasured in inches Perhaps he lsrepllcd the mother of Marina coldly but Marian weighs more Ob Avell responded the slsterin law with It smile of high bred sti Icrlorityi of course should not wish George to be gross Exchange 5AFrank EstimateI To many persons who are not actors the stage seems a delightful mid fas cinating plate In a book called The Actress Louise Clossey Hale herself an actress tells some of her experl Cares with girls who envy her lier pro fession Otto day ansi of them from behind a counter In aj shop said I should have went on tile stage She evidently wanted to talk and I strove to be interested says Miss Hale Rut see How tired I am I said to her riiavc tto work very hard as It Is and lhad to wQrk much harder to gout what lIttle recognftlon I have had Oh yes she responded compla cently gazing at licrsolf tnqmirror But you see I have talent1 =panders pf Handwriting A young man is bringing ala action against a jrraphologlstin Paris for substantial damages A pretty heiress to whom lie was engaged to be ned stUitln spclmtsn of lila lanai writing to the graphologist and asked for Information This Is the reply she got If you should moot the man who wrote these lines upon your way through life avoid him lie Is an egotist and a fool has a bud temper said a despicable nature The existence of the woman who has the misfortune to marry him will be a Calvary The marrIage hats been broken oil hence the action Her Usual Remark What did Manic say when her fa ther gave her that new gold watch tusked ony1 gladsome girl Qh the some thing that she always says She remarked that she was hay ing a perfectly lovely time Ex change A Good Shot Mr Juggfns A black cat came to our back fence last night Mrs Jug- ginsDid It bring you iI1QO luck Mr Juggins Thats what It did I hit It the very flrst time I1lred Mans chief wisdom consists Jil know jog his folUeirRocbef J 1 I 7 s 7Jos I d ct J 2t t1 t 51t 4fLSbBelievingthat the people of Kelftuct t 4 l JI t k will be interested in the organization ofaa g a 1 0 ij ff 1 r r lJZt Sri JI 4AA CitizensI tr il itt t I 4 i1L r j i f National f NJl tJJrj j 5 J f i f Ji 1t v Life- Insurance 1 i 1ti j l J Jy 1 t iY iiJf riiL 1 f J J 11t itt ftf rt Company i ri Jif t t t j 1jiik J Believing1 that they WAOT sucha company belUyinj f r it that they will SUPPORT such a coiripany By suUcribinrfp r i III its stdckw will publish in this paper every week the tt1camount of subscriptions to date The work of OIuDlt 7 ijrsubscriptions was bsgun Monday July 26 and below are 3 r r f the amounts subscriptions for each week Jfjt Jti hSjaJ ti tS u f r l T tl t r j 5- JA First Week August 2 tt ti7 Cr t Cii JI T 1O696OOO 2 ffTotal Second Week August9 1m5t iJ 2 i 1Jr S200240OO f111 7 fJ rt ti Xr 1f r t i ifi TotalI Third WeektAugust 17 i i 1Lit+ S345000OO i75 r t i 4iJ v 1t c2 JTotal Fourth Week August 23 f2 i1c S469460OiO t 44- jTotal Fifth week August SO if i 6O17OOOO1 T f t lij2 iA Total Sixth week1 September 6 JJ d 73322OOG J fii 1 1 I IF YOU ARE IINTEBESTEPFILLOPT AD MAIL1 THICOUPQN- I i iE li st W GREGORYI WS LEAnLRseRcrDrD 14 f v J LouisvILLE f7j i Ii KffPleastfscnd tnefuilinformatipn asto the CITIESNATIOlALLILE ljt1OMPANY 1J 1 rtNSURANCE 2 jtoJVc N rr 4 r t 7Ii t r La i JH iE DD it s s J d T I r t f c H 5t4St e4 t1gcii H 1t1tr 1 to THE CASSOWARYT A Peculiar Bird That Fishes With Its Feathers Habits of till cormorant and bf the fish bawkaiVnerairy known ihelp niethodsof taking fish are very much Uko ti i Lii iS r i uv i 5i ilc Isowury fishes accwriihijir to meth od if Its una A jve1 known nRtwniHat wltnci lilll Its oiHriUloW on a river In u Isluid of New Britain lie saw a cassowary torn down to flit waters tdfio aifd stand for some minutes nil vowtly watchlus tlrewnr ter ctirpruHy It then t ttspjtill Into till river where It was about tlree feet deep mid Nittiallydqiiatrjiig down spread Its wings riiu ubinurglns them the fenthenv liglni Tue diiniHl rutjvtl TIi blwl romalnod nwhukss and kept Itu eyes Closed as If lu sloop It remained In this position foria quarter Sot an hour when sutldculy cIosiiigl Its Ings and stralgbtcuug Its fpathurs it stepped outn tlaMMink Here It shook Itself several thnes whereupon 0J quan tity of small llfcliea fell out of lts wings mIll from nmhlltH foathers These the bird Immediately picked up alid sailowccl The fishes had evidently mistaken the feathers for it Rind of wood that irrows In the water along the banks of the rivers lu this J lurid and whlcjli nutria resembles lie feathers of thb cassowary The smaller fishes hide In these weeds to avoid the lariger ones that prey on them Exchange THE MOtlN t Its VisurlIStc NoVGrcater WhenJt iIs LowTbenr sell bellliepenny piece fixed at a distance of six feet front the eye sayiat the end of II horlzoptal six foot pole the other end of which Is iptfdo to jriss the Jowcr edge of the eye socket will just cover Jhe disk of either the sun or the moon hanging In the shjv It Is nil absolute fact that this Ms true whether the moon or thttiia be hlgh In the gky or lowl down near tint horizon The real visual size of the moons disk Is no groatcrSvheu it Is low than when It iis- iljjhi No oiitt who rca ts what I havt Just written will Jjailcye me Every ne thinks that h0 1cm Ithat the disk of tile harvest mothiior of the setting s in occupies u larger spute Ini the sky Svheu low tlnui wheii high This is due to rt judgment or mental proc S nnd lS1iy erroneous 1crhe dye IIs not atc unit but the curiously uiirustwoitby inliut Is htltdhetfIs the Ill ter to d0111e yields to prjejudlcc jind utenpnInts 4the low inomi or low suu of a tjlz icU comp ic I withvsclcnftll1p fact ridiculously lexagsbratcd SlrrIi Hay J Jjiukester tl London Telegraph f J j ss-Jttflfl1U1I1 1 C i JCaN EDELEN IVINE WIMSk Tr 7 ii The PAuujjpd J INCORPORATED tz 1 N W Coriier 7th Market LOUISVILLE KY I Home Phone 7765 Special Attention te MaN trier C1rsCsimb14- We j i t make a specialty ot tha following tta ds ii SMattrngly Moore Sfirini 1912 X jtiiIII BelleI of Marion Spring WO H Everglade Wathen Spnii i t907t 11Mir We also handle Mattin Jy i Moore JMHtoifpfc f and t Willow Spring pitied IBi iiwL Pitt t c Apple Brandy and HickkriyWIiie I t L I iz 7 A f BUILDINGS trr J f c I t1 SJ A nice pricktdJveJing with all nodcrii j f S conveniences or an uptodMte Brick 0 i J ft business house is1 worth Just twice ji 0 qr much as 4 frame structure of hefmeiif Jt f3 1Thinkthis over atid should you wmiii IIJ to build come to see usand kitWrf G IL c KRUEGER MltD r f fKIF- f 4 Builders jo f the BtftiChiirk S 5i f iiiiTiL TELEPH0NC8 Lt 1pMR nMERlIakeyour borne as modern for Jfamllv as acite jesidfince and place 5 our self i aj tr to get the l1test market quotations at iLfl3 time T Is i Is be iJC onipJishe by means of our telephone MrVl ejWihlt you and your neljjhbora con irct for a sum that iiywMNftat 1 I of JJ pared iththe benefits received CtfloratJarejHq iww Jftr est ohilce or write direct to he a quar terN nYl11 tlt TIJ 4 I iif Infbrmatidri regarding our special lAkMERS Lixa rate Ifyuu are not at present eujyIsgte1ephoetryke wc canimmedlatelrifltere5tY0U Outiiescoyerth- o Kntuky Tenuessee Misslsslppt LoizIiaisa te M cisoutbernpqrtionOfXfldifla and Jlliqhls iOUMI3ERLAND LEPHON TJtEc4RPIi copr irncorpjiraled f F c c i i 5 rL iJW e f e f TTStAPIr- tL4 i Q f t P0 IIIt IiusutwW- jt r 4F Y TJDt6 T JyiliTUlt r1P rfD ITHOLjT PAINI J1pLsSE- iNG1ICD I JIiY c t JQ IMI I Dental Work Strictly j itstclHi aV C i1ULDfc- JPb aid Sirgeoi fY1O ceb ts8boQam1 ot Itp2 tvnt O r Jlydons Drugstore itIorMiwiIktbNrahce L I4tct Pds c- J I 4 W1PGRIQSBY I AI9ORNEY AT LAW ltNOftl pts kSk tI WRINGFI15LD XX rDIM VIH ATTI d I 6oe over Red Cross Drujr iWece uriHtt1O atbo 12 m 4 to 5 pm i NYMAYS1 lAt uIKECTOR ilDiLCfSEll EM8AMER- TELEPHOP Y PAY 1G1 NJftHT 74lhPRIlGF1ELDn RfJrotd Schedule i J ojipwing is the time schedule BOW hl effectt on tile Bardstowii cr t jBprlbgfold branch railroad Wo 41 Leaves Louisville at 430 t jp m Bardstown Junction r 522 pin Bardstown 6C6 p m srriyM at Springfield 655 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at m6OO a m Bardstown 645 a na Bd4town Junction 730 a m arrvli at Louisville 82O4aim Ji9fi Leaves Louisville at 7a5m Bardst wn unctiOn 910 jam Bardstown 1045 a m4 4 Arrives at SDringfield 1215 pm- Nbr44 r Lveives Springfield at ldO pm Bardstown 220 p m Bardst wn Junction 10pm arrives at iiouisviire 545plI i No 90iSu 1d pqlyLeaves Spring field 715 a nq j BardstoWjn 8QO a mfBardstovhi Junction SIS45au arriveskt Louisville 9854nJIt No 91j Sundays 1 nly Leaves LouistviTle tQOii m Bards toi tt Junction 645 p in Bards Vp4 n 730 tparrives at Springfield at 825 p liL 1 j FLOATING STORES Merchandise Steamers of the Mufakokl LakeCountry In Onfarjo 1Among the Interfstlnp features of life In iheaiuskokaiiTie country in r Ontario are tile flonllng storesf A X slzoiri fitearo vessel fitted out with every ifnagtnutrte Item of mercbandlsi that 1lghtber quirpd makes n tour of an assigned chulh or lakes OIUT each jveelw On a certain hour oC a certain day the boat Is expected at the different resorts and summer homes and enough merchandise must b buufibt att each to tide over until itftb next trip of the floating store Upon stepping on board the store boatsvsays a frrltcn In Ippulat1 Me chaulcsi tile purchaser approaches e counter with Elites and cash drawers Q8nyotl r kind of store Bchlnt thVconntdrsfire shelved ori whjch are displayed such articled as may tempt the eye hlnd these shelves Is th ehtrancefd the storeroom and hold in jlikh mOre inerchandrse Is stored 7 Each article has its place and thv tatrekccpet nA find Ulnn moment Sometimes isolated farms on the lakes are pot Vtjrilr stopping at ever irif wia flifpls dotvn ivherf stores iu eiljnK ThV store vesfeel drops an cheic lTen the hnnJI1I1g is flown and lame ltinbfr of thy fstmlly rows fiat aijmIiLCS the purchases A tm cniaa ppefateOpOn pie ijrinCJpic ef IbeyjaciJmn cleaner b being used t jj4k walnats 3h a California grove 4t VreCen been shown that an aiitoobiIe cart make the trIp io Caf- tta rom the extreme northern port iCindkwIthout a Ijiteli 1A mofeth old baby rUttafiill set o perfectly Developed teeth caused n sen 4MtfQn wlu exhi4i4tcdat a tng ojt the Ylencst Medical t entmeetIi A- Company hit eent t etffio cxtIt 8 hckt itc He npisejtos pcliitiug by p eeUre Instead of the hammer strpl0 JritisHEasttifp fCDI expprlmentlpg with wireless teleifraphy without a UCCM from the + 1 LOQUtOJHIIr t IRJt JtFORCr AW ALL THROAT ANPlUNfiTBdUBLSfc tGUAR EED VJISIAQ2QB OB MONEY REFUNDEP 1 I iIi H Lcal Happenings ii or Interest II- t TOIM Ths Freshest mnd T Lat t I tii I AllAb+ 3 I aiHi AcqiialiitancesUIITOFJGS v I G t Ifyouare thinking of buying latl t FOE SAtE40 head good stockewes GEORGECOLVINI Wil1ishurgrKy tfipIIiJIthP J Thomas r h 1Callt sortment of Fall hatsatWathenfShaders FORSAiE9 sow and niue pigs 1tflQoDsOw and sixi pigs Lbnnie Campbell t FOR SALEA registered yearling HretordDulk Inquire of S P THOMPSON All the latest styles in millin ery at Watben Shaders mill inery store WANTED At onc3 Stone- Masons 1J RMayes Road Supervisor I can ifse several hUndred Ibs countar Lard will pay highest price v PJ Thomas i f When you want a wheat drill see1 the Thomas Just received a carloadcf Birdsell wagons See them at A CKt alls4 The Fourth Quarterly Meet ing will be held aHheMethodisi church oh Vhe third Sunday of this month The Central Association wiltI meet at the Baptist churchT in Lebanon next Tue day morn 1 It promptly at 10 oclock FOR SALE CHEAP A Century Dictionary t and Encyclopedia complete jn ten volumes 1Jr J V FOR SAEETA long yearling ShortHorn Btiil registered J R Wharton Springfield Kyv f The three year old child Ic Mr L N Simpson near Valley Fhldiedthiswekof typIiodt t fever and was buried atPleas i ant Gove LOST On last Monday be tween Polin and Springfield all liver colored pointer puppy Reward for information or re turn to JT E JHard sty We haveopened a new milljrii andh aveth i erytstpre very est in millinery Call and see for yourselves our store over Jas J Garves Jewelry SloreI WathenShad- rLTOn the Mackville andI Sprhtgfield turnpike onT esI day of Hie 1air week a pocket bpk containing J about 1000 Finder will please return to Sam Cnooke Jr and rec lvea liberal reward NOTICE All persons know ing themselves Ipdebted to the estate of James Berch deceased will call and settle same and all persons having claims against the estate will present ame tome s properly proven on or be fore Octobrlst 1909 JvLG Leachman M 6W r Q STiuYEOn my place ini the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood a pale red heifer calf weighing about 350 pounds Owner can have same by pro lug property and paying for this advertising and feed StP Thompson Mr Robert Payne and Mrs yesttetday afternoon by Rev G S- iItingBoth are residents of the f Booker neighborhood Mr Payne is a prominent farmer Hnd Mrs Grigsby is the widow of the late Re4mOnd Grigsby45 f The annual meeting of the Central BaPtJ t Aksociation as held at Lebajnon Tuesday and Wednesday at the BaptistS Church Rev R L Uvered tbe introductory sermon and Rey W H Williamstbe ianuai sermon A large number from this county have ben in attendance ach day A iargenumber people from Bardsttown fair last week There re nVany good rings andmauy t whiletseems that they like mos ether fai sin the State ada1i attendance rpm former years Miss Margie Graham will op en her class in Elociilion next wek1 and respectfully solicits tbepttronageof those1w1shipg- to take J course in elocution The Knights of Columbus spent a great day at the Ghau tauquaound in Lebanon yes terday AJarge number from SJirroundingjqo tUdl1eportai The ladies of St Dominic Catholic church have been very diligent in trying to beautify St 1effOtf1 sucess Many Walks have been t rerY1handsome add materially to the general appearance Much crediib is due tbem in their worthy work Colored Fair The Washington County CO- Lored Pair Association will hold I its regular annual meeting Thursday Friday4 and Saturday of nextAveek at the fairgrounds The officers and directors of the Association are among the be j and most intelligent colored citijtir theyhaielentEred l Lbeinghistory of the Association are good I Real Estate Deals There has beerf considerable activity in iefll tatethe past week Mrl Chas Brady has aIbetbl 195 per acre Mr Clem Cbcanpugber pin chased jCollirsjj for 75 per acre Ij ifr Rhert Thpmpsoflf pii r chased the farms of M iv jJ R Durrett ant IrJ PWiletOn he Pleasant Grove neighbor hood for S65 per acre 7 Childrens Fair j Todav has been anxiously looked forward to bv the young people of tlie con 1ty as it is tho day on which the Juvenile Fair will hold ItS annuall meeting There will qe close competition in several oftherjngs as the younger set have been making special preparations for it Informer years a has attracted considerable attention and all those who attended seOVa very enjoyable day A large number of children and older people will attend today ff Miss Rubels Entertainment A very delightful entertain tainment was givnat the Opera House on last Thursday eVenihg by Miss Edith Rubel rand M r Karl Schmidt The audience was a very small but veryjippre dative one All the selections wjere deHghtfuJ1yrender dand- It is to be regretted that ifiore people lid not take advantageof treatoffeledthem Horse Killed on Pavement- Mr r End Dowlng had the misfortune to lope a very tvalt a ble horse Mormay While rid inpi tf rougti town odlast Saturday his horse which was a young animal became stubborn and pulled into tieliveiystabJe of Wharton Tapp He tried to fore the animal put and had reached the pavement when it- stippedonthe concrete and bnlh horse and rider wnt down Mr Dowling yras umnjurpd but the XX WW i i Teetlif exe jbracted with but PAIN or flANGER No charges when plat es lire wantcd g U4WORK Done in this oflice is 1irstcl 1 in vertisedn every respect and just as nisII IIYl YSTftLLARDlUS f iEi horse was so badly injured by the fall that it died Monday J New Millinery t Miss Ellen Wathen and Miss Eddie Shader have opened new uptodate millinery over StoreIyhav a very complete of fine milinery and Invite vetyI body to come in and tke a look very1deservingYf11 doubtless ucceedf Harry Shultz Hurt Mr Harry Sliultzjl the local twirleri lad a very pa qfulac1 FriIdaytrain while returning from the Bardstown Fair Tljie train had nearly reached Springfield and Harry and a number of other boys were on the rear platform Harry was standing on thf steps aud in some way his foot struck a sharp plank in passing through J a cow gap Hercceived a large gash pn the side ot his footq stitchesj11hepainfuliisj is only a flesh wjund and no- l bones bipken The iinjury will be u ncll regretted especially by 1 the bassball fans as Parry had been engaged to pitch several imuortant games And as this sea opis nearly closed he will probably not be abe to pitch any more this seasonl T StanfieldYankey IA wedding that was something of a surprise happened on last Monday when Miss Fannie Stan tield and Mr Mck Yankey were joined in W dlook av the home of Mir R C Canary Miss Stan field had been visiting Mr and Mrs Cunary for several dUJ and they hid been left in ignp rance of the fact that the wed ding was to happen until Mr Yankey was in the house The ceremony was performed by Rev W H Vmia sat9ramo Mr Yankey isa son of Mr Ltrtj Yankey of Simms and Miss StanlieTd is a daUgliter of Mrc 0 C StanSeld of Hardins Creek I Both are well known young people and have the gppd wishes of many fniends A Cardof Thanks We desirei to thank the frienks and relatives wno were so kind and sympathetic during the illness and death of our little daughter I KimberlinIi Fine Farm for Sale HI One goQd farm containing 100 acres 2 good dwelling houses new seven acre tobacco baru Located four jmles from Wilfts burg on Long Lick Creek Price SI 5 per acre GEJOKGE COLVIN Will iSburg Kv iTo Mammoth Cave 1001Y 375 round trip Sept 28th to see Mamnoth Cave during the dry fall season wdter low and Echh on tberiver grand mattes it the opportune time for societies lodges and schools to see thoreat subterraneai won der rndat hotel inglud in gthiJ ffiverroute and great Mammoth dome route in tue Cavefr4O0 See L N ngtI cxx4V V V V V V V V J I Williams Millinery i 4 Long experience has taught us t WHEN TO BUY HOW TO BUY WHERE TO BUY and Sjj WHAT TOBUY 4 Our line is omPIete with everything that is new a nobby W have theRIGHT GOODS at the + iR1GHT PRICES Seeing is belIevIng It is a pleasure toY lt on you whether you buy or not v V COME IN r v Mrs Williams L JCNAi-0 ctMrs Bettie Broylea an daughters Ethel and Mpnnie ol MjtcheH burg visited the formers brother Mr W S GOOd afij family the past two weeks and attended the Springfield and Bardstown fairs Mrs G F Cfllrpenter has re tnrued to Athens Ala after a visit to her father Mr John A Toug Miss JJaryey YanArsdaleJs visiting Mrs H1- Noeat Mrs l1ersterji be in Lou isville a j lIlextwi ek studying les in miji nery t141ss Katie Hertlein andMr G 6 Swiizer of Baltimore spent one day last week at Ta llilim Miss Jlemmfe Straus of LoU isville is visiting Miss Katie Hertlein Miss raryI itbJn ire Lemon of Louisville iis visiting her aunvMrs JohnW Lewis rifPt sisterIMhome at Nashville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Ben P Simms r IisfayMayes left Tuesday for Laxington where she will enter school Mrsjj Mag Scott arid son Joe of Wipchestert are visiting at the home of Mr J J McCabeT A lairge numberof our boys and girls left this week for c n- egefr Davison Reed Robert layeS land Wallace Duncan to State University at Lexington Erotaa Pplin Louise Tucker Grace Sh han and Bessie Smith tralinesNelIieSlmrrtsEarnep Medley to Nazareth Haltie Ar nold to Cildweil College L D Walker Walter Clements and Ollie Barber io St Mary s Kansas Dudley Robertson io Louisville Training School Miss Rodman Thurman to Science Hill at Shelbyvillp yanat Marys iy Mr Finley Scru gswhohasb- fienspentJing the summerl with relatives hero returned to his IIhome at Oklahoma City Monday II lB MoElroy and G B Ounninshami Li Tuesday tc spends few weeks at Oklahoma City Miss Ruth Ray has returned to Texus after a visit to her fatherHMr Will Ray Miss Wilhelmina Hertlein is visitin Miss ZiMmaJWcIlvo y Mr kddjlph Hertlein left this week far Oklahoma City where he will make his future home Mr Rp l Wharton of Lou s yule spent Sunday will his parentsatj this place Misses Agnes and Jennie Carrico are visiting DrtJ A Edelen in Louisville Mrs Clas Noe and daughter Lucile are visitingiri Louisville 4 Mis G L Haydon has re turned from a visit to Mrs J iMudd at Chicago Ill Miss Maggie Mae Wycoff is visiting iMIss Eleanor Duncan Miss Mabel Price is visitingiu BIoomfield and Bardstown Miss Mdrg ret Edelen hits rei turned to her home in Birmingham Alabama after a visit to relatives here Miss Bertha H ydon is visit ing Iiss Catharine palding at Lebanon Misses Marie Maloney of Louisville and Margaret Bonhel of CampbelLsville have arrived to attend school at St Catharines Mrs Harry Shader and Emma and Elizabeth Spalding are spending a few days in Bards town H Miss Gadys Walker has returned from an extended visit to friend jin louisville She was accompanied home by her two cpusins Miss Myrtle and Mas ter Tboma Howe SMlk Joe Claybrook was in Chattaiiooga Friday Mrs T J Nally who has been ill for many weeks at the home oIlier daughter Mrs Ella Mont gomery has ulticiently recover1 ed as 10 be able to return to her home in iJardscown r Mr Joe Petlus was iin Louis ville Tuesday rV Mrs TTpnL children are in Fairfield vhiiting1ierTath- R er IIMrs L Purdom ana qaugh ter Mrs nUbert ICirnberIiiar- ehiIiisville this week Mr and Mrs W K Robertson and daughter Margaret vrtnt to Ljuisville yesterday I tJjijiEo IReceivillg Fall Goods EverY EIY Now I t You should see the greatest line of1 v tt Mens Fine Siiis fiy r r V anythirbetteraridi g I1 s = G1thesIII A Gnarantfie 6 Goes with each SSuiter Overcoat II I We arMlso receiving daily out Winter Shop I I for Men and Boys Women and Children j 1 IhNew Underwear and Hosiery j5 r V Jj JjJ fII f iIi t INCORPORATED ItI j iLr rJl ii 11fJf r Miss FlagefcSimtnsis visiting Miss Martha Wailer atParis Miss Mary Agnes Mudd avid brotherI Frank are vijsiting their grandmother Mrs Turn t Drown i1iss Margaret Shader has returned from avisittOjLouisir i iville l 1 Misses Mary Belt andLpuise4- Mthitgomey have returned tcj their home in town after spend ling the Lunimer with their brothers f Mr Ben MedlLyhasl relumed to Owensboro after a visit t his parents here Miss Mary Brown returned toT Louisville Satuiday aftera slxji weeks visit to her sistefs Misses Lucy and Veola Brown Miss Lillian Siscd has returoi ed toher lhome iri Bardstown i after a visit to Miss Mabel Williams Mrs D T Bolden and daughi terPare visiting her husband here Mr John R Smith of Bl om field was here Monday Mrs Sam Ayritt off Lebanon is visiting Mrs John tW Lewis Mr Silas Logsdon has gone to Maninsville Indiana Mr J S Hughes and wife of Bloonjfield spent last Thursday night with Di and Mrs Ray and attenaed Miss Rubels cdn cert at the Opera House Mr A C McElroy hus re turned from a visit to his sotiiit- ansasCity Miss Claxon has returned to her hcmet in Louisville after u visit to MissLucySelecman MrT M Martin and daugh ter Miss Francis spent Mon day in Louisville Mrs P Grigsbyi visiting her father at Chaplin l Mr Vat Olemants has returned to his home n Un on county after a visit to his father Hon t T S Mayes and wiCej j are in Lexington this week Mrs IiA McElroy bag re turntd to her home after an ex tended visit to her brother jri Iowa Mrs Jennfe Thompson of Birds own iis visiting rtlatives I here this week Mr and rirLH Bellebaum J have moved to the McElroy flat on Maui street P 8 Barber jr has enteied school in Ohio Mr Rogers of Florida is i visiting his brother Mr Louis Roget Mr Rogers Iis a lead ing Real Estate nun of the South Miss Virginia Wessen has re 4 turned to Louisville after a visit to MrsW E Coachman Mrs Griffin has returned to home at Paris after a visit to friends hera Mr Louis Cain has relujned from a visit to his uncle Wr HaganatFairileld Mr W S Gibbs oL Shelby yillei was here Monday Mr Chas Bay don jr has eVi fficjently recovered as to be out cic 4s + 1 t t DRINK f hl= 1 S FFIn N TAi wd 1 t t The Drinkthatt he1psyodthinkI t t oJ frTheDrink of the Fans Rich Red and JBnipy 1t J 17 Looks od JiTall TItTastes Ghod s4Jf1 Itis Goo istIIIi FAN TAZ The Pennant win iSjFAN TAZ The Hit of Sesbii t OUTIi I fTRY IT AND FIND rflt ttij iff Sparkling Exhilarating Katie Hertlein Bros- r 1 t if r ICELESS SODA FOUNTAIN f4 44 i t l Do You Want To Buy ii- AFARJH t ti t lt1t trpriceand see us About f i= ft OfI 100 FARMS JjI 1 tf + Iour Lands See partial list below 4 1 = 4 i iiif N o 1 160 acreS 5 miles from Lebanon S miles Sprimj ftckl I fiiroom dwellmjr in good repair 3 barns pientj of ffrasB jJemtjr r rwaterall under good fence Price 5000 per acresi No52 237 acres six miles from Sprinfflelil on toed pilwjl 1 f dwelling houses 2 stock barns 90 acres of new land p1ctyo1 gras plenty of never falling water all under gOod fence No 3 195 acres 1 mile from Springfield 2tIueflisg hauM t itdwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all of farm in grati U under good Ie nee Price 55 per acre lr rj No 486 12 acres 1 mIte east Of Mac kYiUe 8 rdom4irielHBCl Z t t good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 5Y treM w v kinds of fruit all under good fence plenty of water fclcityti r igrass Price 3500 No 5 128 acres 7 miles from Springfield 11 mile frOM jtite 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acfe tobacco barn new ptityrof timber barn till the farm will raise tobco Pce45 per goodjtock No6 120 acres 7 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco bari iIe b i X stockbarn 100 acres fine river bottomland 20 acres of upladi alI9 t tunder good fences no overflow land Price 185 per acre 1c jrJNo 7 200 acres on good pike brick dwelling teat3 tobaccobarns fine tobacco land at least onehalf of Q fa 8i1 L land ice 40 pracre No8 12 acres 1 mile from Springfield on pike S rodwelling in good repair good barn all under good feacr iiijrv of fruit plenty of water Price 2500 o i No 9 150 acres 1 mile from pfke on county road1 Jia1le tMa 5 Loretto 7 room dwelling in good repair alt Under fcoodfeace mil in grass except 10 acres plenty of water teIephot and rural jroute line stock barn60 ftsquarep enty of toDacco lamd Jrk 330 per acre 1 No 10 96JJi acres 3 miles from Springfield clos to ooIIrOQm dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 36x64 good iteckle junder good fence plenty of loc sb post Prices 3 00 f Lake Bosley 3 ji 1 n1l lLIJ 1rS r Jtt i EYES TESTEII Ed M Riisst4 EWELER AND n r I TNEThtflLU18EifiDD c t Is Wus MsIsv Fr r 4 i r6 i1i dN utuktrtIL 4k 1tMt tillw- 7if cM Grief r Ms kfis Ti E t bV i1i tt IILwt IJWrtt I iIuM JiJCM1 rn rtte IithI whoit a it t1kI I ek1It o br41 Iiii I who has as1olsstIypIII J MyMc tWi pja1ibocan waatoift7 Os the ei tIIIrtJ4 Let ept- ta t A 0jSkhiW l ekm PtrttW Irt wrote tk histodesi l Woripby 4PoMIMMt know 0 sptj It1Meb s u WfetlC d of a mettlwt AM Ul TIn Hf France tat M itiiir4 ft Moatra 4wMd Mfefc tltTf4I0 thNsbiDta at lb aaeeetral 4 aimta tM I J Co riP aM Ptorrefods TIw4esiwaid y- patNMSVT llOMC Of witlth tswier otitrary wore ao itnoelHl ba little He was t raa tM eintrysI4e as huuaa cam fete hair was very MIk t therefore his cJoe shaves lljIdId jaaarkedly Hue qI if W fit a BMB Wkoi fa Ii tM QMoMrft advantage as raarV4tt net get es well wth em orate own rtitfc in life T Is y U Wauiirhe t hJJMMI d- JMlaMat 1Ls- ps and pretty glrte who atttactedIIIl I1Mat atoo iliad fete Torw this at Pfttwi wac that Ie wfertiMte O- rbrt MMifev Mid basil rface hte Mfr jlwtti lAir Amaking pro jMatellir theot any of the at bIhIsa lHIH Is UN Jr hoo4 awrrkd a certain GoI liMrfiMata a JaKtilatkc flrl la her It wh tharater othlug Jsaina who WM goiag round MM eJMtry with a daatfteg bear Swags went well eao ch for a au sad tMia Cototte who fewI Mt f rtha hi tote at la4y jifTh te losg fcf her okl feedouI 4TIIg HaJr and at IMtJilriitoul her drtu secretly wMi fcr Mtlj bloydbear It Is BiUwecthy that they made their es t tsewayoarOoa2thathndadoor M4JT to what 4been water ana Ofir and 80 io open country ffi calrri1l prteeeMec rooea because a JPtoMettee pAlhter kM covered Its Wrtte witt tiMf most lifelike figures of Ceiobe and Procrte The tragic Mheti f the p lutlaff was enhanced lit tihc porphyry flooring of the room Ih w1 IL KJrt Inconsolable aditppiraee kICk wu com Pb ff CWetrc his frit wife and laliMmMbtekt wofM have been tar teM ttUttppjr if be had never tried to JSe fciiMiif Tkte mot unfor rbe did by marrying one IpaiiM1 k Ctecbe who turned out be fe 14yt 4soinIsc Blue al14rMM tthaiifb la a at of mad paiiiia j8tcItklli1 with a J MbttftJcafte ke coatipvally hoped to e lRtai JMT by klodaees Bat one day jfcs4ssrftyad late Ute geaerally shut up pi4anMiV roMu took Ute painted fig tpV p J jMiopie and wat go terrl 1stst she t1IIiIHMtwl1d11 Into the M1 Into a deep pool twMkoWfW r i ifcrtMaff west cp a new affliction iNih MdtMW wife and In each cast b pjalcaiafttroftfte wu associated l wdfch tfeejHrfeceseee room Tile climax toktfe wiuppy career of the more UriMi wertliy asd lovable Bernard de HlaUafeax cawe with bis seventh40 ifli J MI de Lecpolfse cleverest il it jMdbMtiBf efatamlly of fetltriy aerapu1oeidventnrerekO MJe k w oKk4og about the supposed 1It hMhiit c the rtotKer Ot the tte lHwtfeerfl a drafoocaad a musket f MM alew rascal and a mere IFtMetJhed ea gaming and ttM foM feataA f women to whom v iMMltkvt Aaoe the sister was I fatciirMrtfcNr of malicious cunning shtfed wttk tkfe precious family 1 a certate Chevalier de MarIna fewt a tltl do with the iIIW s4jr iC K de Montragouxa Tie featare ot this tragedy e feUtarred tot It Is curious that k reprserntsd Bluebenrtl 4cia JoUrMT Id order to lay a Khk wIt thevfact was exactly ii Both Before and after bis z inias h had heaped benefits on fHnkewaspf ibd W jgo away la the matter of keysI1i wurulnJri hsiMf sMeciatkHM Gbe princesses ess As sees shpwasoutof the r ws laid for him and It J J owa itTtuac vcrjr roow iutc uc- most treacherously jisaasslnntid Tilt wowt and the tet of It ah tlint tJoJtferlu affprniarrylnj JJ1fw jTU wktow became nu exempfunl li4 MkF s betiof the tngI i UEVEittf YHE FATES rc PfMccits and the Rule of the Meral Ovr Children Tbe peasantry of Greece firmly be Jai that the future of every child le t terHiIual by the three fates known by the name of theStoral In the UocttJ wJnd fhl trio of fates arc sapposeI to he three old aid wrinkled mdunlrtto house where A new baby has made Its appearance says the London GbiSti ntyare expected nil furnl tr l et uside so that their aged r tt t ttcrlng feet mnjt not be bi- nGeL aiid refreshments In the shape cf honey en kes bread and wine are lplaced ready for tbtre Important though Inrlslble guests Money too Is placed for them as a bribe to get their favor for he baby so that bis future may be offe long sweet song the superstition belngthat all things good and bad are In the giving of the fates Otl16 i account must the vchllda beaqry ibe alluded to when the Moral IlleprscntnJthls will certainly make Its good looks disappear Marks on a babys skin are 10ol ed upon as sont by these harblngers of walorwoe Ill luck Is supposed to be the lot of the children who cut their upper tcath t1r tTher are one of two African thatthorthose whose lower teeth appear first Another race of people In the dark continent see all the signs of bad for tune In twins and so they avoid it by slaying all of them THE SEA LION This Queer Beast Is the Owner of Four Huge Livers Toe hen40t the sea lion at close quarters IsO blunt rough savage prow It Is well armed for battle tile mouth being nb eight Inch halt circle studded with tvof rows of great sharp teeth The body Is heavily coated witH seal brown hair sun bleached to light yellow on the back and sides The Immensely longhlnd flippers have big strong claws Iimbedded In the flat per surface several Inches from the ends of the flipper The fore flippers have the openings for these nails ofr claws but In the parUcular female I dissected they were lacking Jtransparent wiry feelers about IThe are much esteemed by thQ Chinese as toothpicks About two dozen of these sensitive guards project from the upper lip The ears are very small not ai large as n common cats land much depressed The eyes are a deej soft brown but they can sparkle like flame In auger When the dissect ing knife laid the skin back ve en- coUntered heavy layer offab rlch oily and flab smelling The heart was very large fully as big as a cows and the boost also owned four huge livers a foot and a half long The meat Is jverj red and although eaten by the coast tribes is too coarse and redolent of fish oil for any save a starving white In fact the whole beast has a most repulsive cdor when in the sun Freshly drawn from the water ibis Is not noticeajileWido World Magazine- S The Kettledrum In Music Inn lecture delivered lat the Royal Society of Arts by Gabriell Clqather on the Musical Aspect of Drums It Iwaat exactness of Its scal6The kettledruijn he contended was perfectly competent to produce atmosphere as well as rhythm Even to tune the Instn ment three things were requIreda perfect musical eSr a fine sense of touch and five years experience After playing over a kettledrum melody written eighty years ago from Meyerbeers Robert le Diable Mr Cleatiier con tinned I venture to say that outside the musical profession not one person In a hundred of those whit listen to an orchestra in England today knows that tymnnni have Juotes and can give oul a melody No Instrument he added had a greater range of power than the kettledrum for none could be played more softly and none had greater penetrating power Dundee Advertiser Story or Sermon I was telling Baby Illlda a fairy story one night said the sky pilot Baby Hilda Is my little girl The story was all about another little girl ivho was chased ly bears and who ran to the edge of a steep mountain nulL jumped off No she didnt die The minute she jumped off she turned into a bird wilh wings and flejv That was the story Baby Hilda thought awhile about it then she looked up and sala Papa Is that story true or was It just preach Ing1e York Press Our Shaping chance shapes our destinies quot ed the TjIse guy Well all I have to say Is that some of us haye mighty poor shapes add ed tie simple mug Philadelphia Record A Safe Proposition I lay lt down ns a safe proposition whlttasar fare Isnt going to evolve into a Baron Rothschild Philip D Armour tI 7 tMSROW 119aw 097h i STATE FAIRDAYS ui NIl1T5 30OOOQQPREMIUM8 ziij1110WAND HIPPODROME 1Jttfllil3 1 MILLIACISNATIELLI AND illS SAND 1i t FlEE ATHACTi0irniE WOIKS ORAT SffiK SHOWS OIT THE PASS 25 t lilJrieAtJE y Miv I wwU ILOW HuAILROAD KATESSO UTIONCTALbOUZZMTKY BLANK A Rtaa II 1 WWMAN 3ortry ir 114 111 XlJ is 4 t iVx GREAT DAYS 1IJfjseclaf Day Program a thLKentucky Jf l q teFara- Ttfe special day progfamls one of the mbsf Interesting pirts of the Stat Fair jUwlll bring many addltiona thousands of vlsitprs tp the Far Frex W ICeisker Is the general chairmat of thespeclal days committee Mon day Sep lath the first day win be- k1iOWnaSEchoil childrens daVt and Iday Prof Jv G p rintJldent of put lie Instruction who has been made chairman of this days progani willI make an extraordinary effort to secure a record breaking attendance of schoolchildren frcm the city ef Louisville and state of Kentucky As thCf is the opening day the perbmonies will like lylnclud6 an addres by the governor and a numher of other distinguished speakers are expected to honor the Fair with their presence on this aSlant As the naming of each day for the daily japer of LouiByille is nn Innovation In the Special Day program each paper will try to make its day the biggest and the power of tho press once wielded in behalt of aQ in5 stltution like this can bring iremen dous results Mr Robert V Brown managing editor of the Times is vico chairman for the first day ruesday Sept 14 will be Fraternal tDay and- Louisville Herald Day Mr Charles R GeorgeANewmanr vice chairman All the leading fraternal organiza tions in the state will be asked to join In grand parade and make this a general reunion or common meeting ground for all the fraternal organisa Lions within the state 0n this day the judging of all departmentswill be gui Hqrse and mules and cattle will be exhibited fn the livestock pavilion Tile sheep swine poultry and other departments will he judged In sepa rate arenas within their department enclosures Wednesday Sept 15 wlllbe Louis yule and Southern Indiana Day had Co rIerJourunl Day Mayor James F Grinstead of Louisville will be clink man Mayor Jacob Best of New bany MayorE N Flynn of Jefferson vllle and Graham Vree and managing editor of the CourierJournal will be vice chairmen The mayor of Louis ville and the mayors of the two neigh boring citjes across thetriver wll jeach Issue a halftholiday proclanaailcn Some of the best horge rings of the week are scheduled for this day Also jack stock Hereford and Angus andChesterCotswold and Dorset sheep will be ndged Thursday which has alfa p tight the largest attendance tit past s has been very appropriately des ted as Kentucky Day Press Da od Ronds Day More kentuck s will be seen together than on anj ngle day pr single event qt thee r Mr T C Underwood pFesiJenjt of the Kentucky Press Association is chair man of the day and will have asso elated rwlth film all the active and publicspirited newspaper rn nof the state whIch alone should nialte It n banrierdajTt Hou Jo pph FJ sworth presIdent of the Kentucky Gocd RoMs Association Is vice chairman Adan a tlvo campaign for the good roads7ameud wngedtliroughoHt It Is likely that some or the big1 guns Itor this much needed public Improvement will open their Mlrst fire at this meeting President Bosworth believes that nearly all the good fr ads enthu slasts in the state which equal a good sized army will be on hand Several rings of horses will he shown In the pavilion and Shorthorn cattle Hamp shire Tamworth and Yorkshire swine American Merino Delaine Merino Rambouiilet Lincoln and Cheviot sheep and Angora goats will be Judged JXday Sept 17th will b4 Equity Day Tobacco Growers Dpi Grange Day LoUIsvIlle Post DarCdlonel C M Barnett president of the American Society of Equity will be chairman and F P Wolcott master of the Ken tucky State Grange and Mr Boyl G Boyle managing edtor of the Post are vico chairmen This sliptild cer riuiIcatlQlPJoll will be out in greater numbon han was ever hncwri before The tr ncco lm the pntcti yuiuqheff section arc till coming t rung auf otheroohet and of cnlUhtgn d farniers who have orked woiidara for ute betterment rkultural indiislry In this country iII likely Attend In goodly numbers mm th1iRid other tWtcs The judg = h lanarfmort cxc nt horses r Epilepsy j FitsrLaivQtybadvithJrMnesMR fl BAKER ClevelandO My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well aftef taking Dr Miles Nervine only four months V T MRS CG BENNETT Alma Mich Epilepsyl Fit7 St Vitus Dance and Spasms are alFnerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine jthat it iis Reasonable to conclude that it is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases ofa severe type persistent use has almost invariably resultecl In a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many timctlie cost of the remedy The best evidence you can get of its merits is to write to those who Jiavi used it Get a bottle froni your drugisti t iTake it aU according ductionsi an it does fiot beritjSt hevilhre turn your money 4 f V J n r A Clean Man Outside ckanlipcss is less thy haK the feattii A Matear scrub hitBs ll a dozen times a day sad tilt be ue4saa poed health means clcaaliness not oaly oatFd bet mide It BMMM sadIssues maa way will look it and act it He will work with eergysad tktak cleanr clear healthy thoughts He will never be troubled with 1iverI luag s laCk or blood disorders Dyspepsia and indiestloa origiaate is aackKM atom achs Blood diseases are found where there is uacleaa blood Consumption and bronchitis mean uaclan lungs Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery diseases It sakes a mans kaile el aa IJlreveatstJteseIt cleaas tJtetlijHt ve orga akes pars cleaa blood and clean healthy fleafa It restores tone to the nervous system and ures nervous eibaMtloa aid prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness Dr Pierce Pleasant Pet Ilets cure it They never ripe Easy to take as candy will he concluaeatni3 nay ann in mt afternoon there frill be a grand parade Of ail livestock winners in the Llve stock pavlilon These animals will be decorated with ribbons worn at this fair and other great fairs and expositions this year whl h will form a most ipleasing sight for Fair visitors and especially enthuslai tic lovers of blood ed stock ffSaturdayI the In t day will be Ev Day ant all who have not been included in he foregojng days may he veryaptly classed In this For catatog en ry blank or other Information writs L W Newman Secretary 320 Pal Jones Bullditt Louisville Ky j 0 PGENERAL LEE His PersonalMnfluence and His Mili tary Prowess In looking for the source of Lees personal Influence we have to go back I think to the habit of Inherited re spect whlcIi the people of the south paid to social position It vas not born of a feeling of subservience however for tha poorest crncker had an un mistakable and unsolf conselons dignity about him He always walked up to and faced the highest with an air of equality No this latent respect Vas a natiirdl response on the part of men of law estate to good manners and oftidisplayed sympathy Leo by his con nectlon through birth and marriage wjtli the most distinguished and best fanilHcs of Virginia represented thej superior class Moreover that he a Lee of Virginia and by marriage the head of tho Washington family haft from ono end of the south to the ptlict a weight which the presenit commer cial ma nmon worshiping age knows or cares but little about Again Nature In one of her moods had made him the balanced product in manners and looks of the well bred and aristocratic traditions of the gen tloinrin trnnsinltled aiid Ingrafted at an ertrly age through the cavaliers into Virginia life But for his military prowess ihe hadsomething vastly more eflFcaei4 s thin qiKC stry or filling the mold of well Itredl thldltlons fljta had the gonerativ iua Ity of simple ef fective frrvcfw h other words air unspotted eaelt lofty character whose qutIT we reactive reach- Ing every tejsoldter and making hlmiuucon rlsly Lmivcr and better as ainanMorr1Sffin ntloITHE MISSING TURK H 4 An Incident In the Stage Career of Sarah Bernhardt lSahih Bernhardt was once playing at larsellles IiIn spectacular play Ih which she made her entree nccouipal flied bj six Turkish slaves A line on the niYi rnm nnnrJiiiippil that these six Turks would accOmpany SluteJ Bern liardt but when the thpe cante forjj them to go on one of thcv youngsters had disappeared Sarah mustered the live h order and made her entrance with if grand flourish The house was orowdedMmrnot a handclap greetedf her as she appeared Then a still small voice in the gqllery murmured some thing In an indignant tone Fifty voices immediately took up the strain and in ten seconds more the whole house was shouting the same phrase i Bernhartlt strained every nerve to catch what thor were complaining about Slid knew the phrase began wlthf Manque but the rest of It was lost in the general hubbub For a full minute tbe tumult continued Then Sarah muttering things below her Iiroath rushed like a fury down to the footlights In the front row the ac trqfss huh spotted Ole man who was not taking part in the hullabaloo Polntlhj at him the actress exclaimed sternly You seem tp be the only sensible per son In the house Tell me what onIearth they arc kicking up this row tJhetI FrenchU Madam you are shy one Turk Paris Actresses It Is a very usual thing for the FarlH hostess to engage actresses to her form for her guests and they of course mingle with these guests on fairly equal terms during the test of the evening But I know of very few Parisian society hostesses who would invite actresses to dinner I am liot sure either that the actresses would accept such an lUvltatlou1 If they It and I may add that It Is an gotI lug lesson In equalltj and to hear Mine In Mafijulse addyesJs an Actress as mademoiselle The tone Is exquisitely polite but1t would freeze you on the hottest day In sum met And yet numbers of Paris ac tresses are married wriwen and Ilf un married esgentlajly respectable lint the wqrd actress is a label and Paris is a town of labelsI Raphael 4n Londcn Strand ngnZlneI Menand Vomsnand Money l3Mdt 500 Uetwuou a bI idn girt and start thiiu on a vacation with It and the girl Vvill go twIce as fur see ten Ijimos usVmucli and comp home with clothes aud money lu pursed But the boy will be dead borI and have soon less This Is the djf ference A girtl when out sightseeing will live oii cratkors auij soda water and the boy will stuff himself with three big meals a lily The same dif ference is apparent when the boy nud girl are grown Ever know that fa Iher spends n lot on catlngwhen tray cling and doesnt Ret Jo live as much as mother who mitkes every time Jjic misses a meal take her a few nnlos farthor Atchrisojj Globe a paUordot d In Case gfti AccideNti J J If skin is broken apply Dr Bells AutlPaid il Dnce anathoundw1hL- hea l i quickly and never get sore Uled Internally and externaly 1I 11A BISMARCK STORY Playing the Role of Cousin Was Jun to His LIkingIIn his university days Bismarck was as jolly and boisterous as the least proiulsiii youth 4 f hisgeueratlon Ac- cordIng to the uuthurof The M P For llusslnt he enjoyed danclug and singing better than study aud was as full of fun as his chosen companion Count Iey LrlIug was deficient in It and on this difference in temperament liuujre tale Out day the shy and reserved key serllug came to Bismarck in great agi In lion vWhnt is the matter demanded Bls marek My mother writes that an aunt and two cOislns are coming ron n week to us they tIre very young nud InexperlencHHl I must go about every wliere with them offering them all sorts of amusements It Is most annoying groaned Keyst rllngas I have jo prepare myself tar examina thins ind have no time for pretty coun try cousins j Bismarck saw his chance and IImme diately Inquired Hnyeyoueverrseentbes young girls Have they ever seen you Never In my life Capital Nothing could be better Let me be Count Keyserllng for the time being and you become simpler Bismarck You stny at banjo and i shall become a first class cicerone dur lirgall the time of their visit- Koyserllng eagerly accepted the prop ositlonv When the vouu ladles nr rived Bismarck wet tthem an Keyser hug and placed himself at their disposition during their stay In Berlin Keyserling burled himself In his books and thought no more about it until the girls bud gone home to the Baltic provinces A week or two later he was disconcerted by receiving letter from homeS in which his mother expressed great delight In hearing from the young Jadles and their mother how Im men Qly they had enjoyed themselves and how very agreeable and klridthelr cousin had been I nin overjoyed continued the fond phientUto hear from their description that you have grown quIte stout and robust during your stay At Berlin IA COOKS bREST The Decoration Worn by a Pompous Persian Chef lA quaint story from Persia Is given In book by Mr James The author had missed from his saddle the brass plate inscribed with tho makers name Soutcr and was wrath at his loss since the name wput for much In the judgment of the custrOne day he says I was sitting lu my favorite teasbop with my friend Hassan All discussing as usual England perfidy In abandoning north Per sin to Ilusslan mucbluatious when a most dignified Persian entered the nuberge flat wiis preceded by a well roomed boy carrying his dust coat The Persian bowed to me with great civility and pass p Into an labor apart ment AS both mOl and boy bore burnished jilt chests upon their tall astrakhan hats I ook them to be pub lic functionaries of no small Impor tauce 1 iWbo was that Hassan All ask ed I do not remember having seen him before yet evidently he recog nized JOe S 4Tbqt said my friend with his smell beady eyes twinkling Is your cookyes MyI cook I answered In astonishment 1 took hut to be at least the governors chief of staff Well he Is your chief of staff which to him Koenw a higher degree lyes And Hassan All smiled his in imitable smile lint what In the name of good Conscience is the impertinence that ho wears upon his hat I That must be your crest It Is a badge of yours On mjir honor Hassan All you must not i9ftku fun Of me I have given the nina no crest and I have never set eyes on him boforeS have seen the badge Hassan All continued It Is undoubtedly your own It has the mottoS utC1 which is doubtless the old heraldic contrac lion for the word Souteneur and also the subtitle IBy royal appointment yesr It was of course the missing saddle plate which the Ingenious cook had conveyed as n hcraidfc decoration Not Personal Count dOfsay hat an explosive tem per SIr Algernon West says that the count once called on the publishers ussrs Saunders Otley oft Lady BIcKsliiKtouts behalf and used very strong language A beautiful gentleman In a white iieckcioth said lie would titer sacrifice Lady Blcssltrr tons iwtrtttnigc ihiiu stand such perU sonal ubus I ani not personal said DOrsnlf you are Saunders then OHey If jou arc Otley then launders Learned It by Earr The dear little girl arose bowed and rctltcd It In this manner Lettuce Denbj tm N Dewing Widow Hartford N E Fate stilt IE Vlnir still per Sue Wing Learn to label Aunty WaIte ThtJi with the tumultuous opplatasp 3f the audience ringIng In her ears jhe mit down in happy coufusionChic- ngo Tribune Not to Him JcVottIISometimes a mum is wlilri tore jfnalii at the foot of thei 4d ijrttlie utoseot pulling qthiersdow i J i 0 w4ki r z II 1 r THE q- p STAI E U N I VER3 i r r g i 1 t LEXINGTONI K- YLti t 4 I t The Stte Uxwezsity Lexington Kentuckyofferltli I t CDFSInamelyi gineering Mining Enl1neennc Classical and sevpn Scintifi coursesIrEaec4of 5 exte dover four years and leads o a Bche1ars dree also a Deitof LaWand Department of Education which last MS been egtWjh1g a IIwhich of the Normal School Persons who enter this department pr prrforwork in pedagogy and are granted Bachelor degree in this subjectcompleted The Academy for preparatory instruction is retained appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence in the dormties fuel and light traveling expenses if they remain ten conte utive montk orone collegiate year j The Iboratories andmuseum are large well equippedcomprehensive and 4Ji I 0 Imodern Military Science is fully provided for as requiresd by Congress graduates inthe seyeral courses of studyrea lily find employment withliberalrenumeration The 1Q78IIauistantst nenthu a specialist at its head with the vmecessary number of v Young women find b excellent home with board and lodging atien r Hall which is well baMrlt physicalculture at 3OO per week All courielof study in theUIiveraiy are taksFori reacdigcourses tof study and terms of admission apply tp tt I i t cP k JAMES K PATTERSONPh D LLD Presid nt br to DG FRAZEE Business Agent H tdI Fall Term Begins Spt9 19091 reCOLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR 4 An Exhibit ThaJ Should Appeal to Progressl9Farrners The collfe dog exhibit Jrom pres itt Indications will be bigger and more atj tractive than ever before The num ber of prile 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 nell 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 frcm the eastern and northern states and It is tat all unlikely that some of the most1 cele brated kennels in the United States will be represented at this show The exhibit will be conducte under the auspices of the Kentucky State Fir Collie club wbiclijnchudes in its mom bership the most prominent collie fanciers In the state and gentlemen who are quite prominent In business and social affairs The club officers are Judge Geo DuReilej president Prof M A Scovell vIce president W J Selhuan secretary John H Good Joseph Burge W H Glltner W R Moorman Jr members of the exe cutive committee A number of special prizes have been secured and altogether the prospects are quite Mat tering The collie has come to bc recognlzed as a farmers dog and for this reason this show should appeal to every progressive farmer In the Commonwealth For ninny years past the dog shew has bern one of the vejy best attractions of the State Fair This year with an increassd number of doss and a greatly Increascdinterest In the Show it should he better than ever j A Wondrcf Science 1I have been b Id1some moving pictures of life on yoijr farm surd a photographer to an agriculturist Did you catch my laborers In motion asked the farmer 1 think so Ah well science Is n wonderful thlngj PhRndelphln Inquirer jt Cri5ir2 Mrs XewbrWe with an air of hi umi lu Iteily iwas reatly suriirlsed to get a wedding present fromthe Van 3er illds They ar io exclusive you know Miss JehluThL but they are very cliarltabic believe His Only Rcrcon SVrs Ttiwbmtk apgrllri Slme you stayed tut stolate why did you come home at all HrJawbiuk drocsllrt To Kipop m ear Jnsht to sICPP7 tljatht all liiio It Is tOGlIfttc to throw water 6r the Inders when tim house Is burned tlowx Daitlsh Proverb rHMLH nM U Iii HI H N BliwI fr HMT HI IMr TmMi iinddiScotragesandlesseusambition eautyir Itness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis eased Kidney troHole has become so prevalent unconiImon a to be 4born afflicted with Aveak kidneys Ifthe cpild urinates top often ifthe urine scalds tbe flesh or if when the chuldreaciesan- age when it should be able to control the bedwettingculty is kidney trouble and the first treatmentoftheseimnportantorgans trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and sot to a supposeWotnea made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheotSwapReotby druggists in fifty JsilebottJt pamphlet rbytelling all nCLi r wtIncluC of teat monial letters received from sufferers there1Md1Co KarbamtoB N Y lbft sure and IaI XilsNiciSwRoM and Ute a4ertM liUlmatoil N Y wi rtty feettlfc l It 1 That IJame Back Means Kidney Disease 0 f I i And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Bock t You MusJ First Reliere the Kidneys There Is no question about that achingbackdition of thekidneys and bladder It Is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dillon And lamp and aching lack are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement cf the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknoWU and unmistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wear ness nervous irritability heart ir regularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment In the urine inflammation of the bladder and passages ole DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of operatedirectlybeneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually hear and restore the kidneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy cOnditiOneven in some of the most advanced cases Iwantj SOLD BY RED tROSS DRUU STORE J f qo oGoGco ooc cw FOR SALiml 8 8l SLJJ1UeBt g l Large and Corn inrtrf fg Tobacco Farms level rich and freeL o from stone Large residencesj i nd f fb8rpSgQ Railroad connecifons n 9offer a bargain at 3to6O llnllcre O I long time payments J 7 f0 5 t c BLMELY 1 8g Bowling Grcen XyfQ r oOOOrOOOOO oXocoooo 9 i1 I Nervous Women I For nervous tired women we redtmrneni3 Tto tint Cardui is womans me1icineut acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no hanc m ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If gettIL CARDO 1 I It Will Help You ffn W17 Gardner P djicali Kytriei Gfjdii and wrftaij ICJ think Oanlc is just grand Ihave been usirjr itior eleMI Iani 48 jv 3 H and feel like a different vomaa ipe iJT b taking it i used to infer froa bearing don aim irwisand seepIc3L but now the paThs are allgoe sad I ileep 8IJIII I highly recoil end Cardui for young and old Try It Apt ALL DRtTGftQUIII = NEWALI3AN t Hit r DeW in 1y d IarNth I FOR BAOCAQl tr J At 7