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atsdfourtb Sunday Sunday j I Hn 555 tli FratsruJ Orders Ai JC GSpriugfle1diOdgeI Non5CKaMctr SfltkQtk1t 1Mi ztoaX A Chapter Kc S ettti ty seccn4rfUe31- 1UCcimcii 52 JUCh rYfe1dJitGJi at if J aITE LCrsam taifuge JlIEUAAltTLEIWQRM iWE1fl r TI SJSW Th4lpuE TSIS v wyati tug pApaw NtY PY IS w Lhdmet CoS t LoI 1110 F 1i THENEWS=LEADI3R 1 J 1 Tccti Wrkowe Burhe IThe frame warehouse near ite depottt owned by R E TouBf and J M Rains and us ed last season for receiving to b4co br the Americaij Tobacco Company was practically de stroyed by fire Wednesday ni htat980 oclock The cold storage warehouse adjoining which is toe property of the Frank Febr Brewing Co and is used by the ice firm ofL D6dd SCo was slightly damaged The las on this tatter building will probably reach 75 while that sustained by Messrs YounjTH Rains is estimated at 1100 covered by insurance to the extent of 500 How the tire started is unknown The building has unoccupied at the time State Fire Marshal Nei kirk who was here yesterday made an investigation of the fire and after doing so is of the opinion that the flames were of accidental origin I dOnot be here the fire was the result of incendiarism he said to a re resentative of The Enterprise yesterday afternoon II as I haye found absolutely nothing to indicate it My opiniqn is that it was the result of carelessness ot parties who had entered the building probably irom uriq er the floor for the purpose of- eitherseepinginit or shooting craps This I find to be the cause of fully onehalf the fires that destroy vacaut buildings The destruction of the ware house Imeans distinct loss to both Lebanon arid the growers of Marion county if the tobacco company should be unable to se cure another building in which to receive this seasons crop Only a short time ago it was learned that1 ithe icompany had not planned to open a houser here this fill for the reason it is said the qomp iny was not sure thepeople wished it A petition signed bya large nuto br of growers and practically every business man in Lebanon was sent to the company last week asking that it reopen its house heesnd on last Satur daya reply was received stating that the house would be reopened anr1a buyer sent here It is known that the business men of Springfield or at lleast a goodly part of them were anxious that the the company should notre open Its house here thus requr ing the growers of lbiscountyt to haul their crops to Springfield The New York house wrote tic said an official of the Louisville branch of Lbs great tobacco company to The Enter prisethaG the people of Lebanon took care of us when we nad to leave Springfield and so long as they want a buyer we will have one there If a Suitable house can be obtained the company will send a buyer here to Jake care of this Reasons crop the largest ever grown in the comity although he will be tup only countryltyijer the company will have in all thoI state of Kentucky 1tiisT to be hoped that either the burned house can he rebuilt in time or a building secured for the cOrn pay Messrs Rains and Young were undecided last night whether or not they wpuld attempt to re buildithe burned building in timt for use of the coinpaoy Leb anon Enterprise To be Happy i bu must have good bealte Yon cant have good health if your liver idiot doinsr its doty alow but sure poisoning a going on all the time under such circumstances Ballards Herbine makes a perfectly bealther liyer keepa the stomach and bewels right and acts as a tonic for the en tiresystem S ld by Red Cross Drug- Store V JDeath 4Mrsf Sallee Mrs Qra Bailee wife of M Edward Sall0e of this city died Wednesday nigit at the home of her parents Mr and MrsD S Yancy at Jvlackville after U brief illness The couple had- beti married leb than a year bnd the yqnrig husband has the tyoipatby 01 all in bisgreat bereavement ITbe funeral ill iaka place at Mackville this Friday morning and the Intqr- wiIlwent tace place at Spripg Hill cemetery Harrodsburg Harrddsburg Herald t oiott LARGE CROWD 1 Hears Judge Thurman and Hon CStHi1lat Lebinon Judge Thurman s address Mon day at the court house in the interest of his candidacy for re election to the office of Circuit IJudge was delivered in the presence of one of the largest audiences of voters ever assem bled irf the court building the room being crowded aud standing space about the doors and windows being occupied ssfarI away as the speakers voice would reach For more than two hours he held the earnest and of thisrespectful attention splendid audience From open ing to finish his address was maniy masterly free from abuse meeting the highest expecta tioosof his friends and meriting thet respect of Honest opponents No not even his bitterest enemy who has manhood within him could failto admire his splendid courage and the ahle manner in vvhich he met the vicious Thrusts and vile falsehoods of those who seek his pToliiical destruction and defeatt With no dodging orshadow of turning tIe met fairly andI squarely every issue and pre lended issue of thej campaign he advanced the soundest reaisons as to how and why Mr Lewis bad been entered ia the contest against him he showed who vhe wolves in sheeps cloth ing were who were howling atI his heebrand attempting ina large measure to use the livery of the Republican party in whibh t0 strike their blows in the dark ReplyifV to the wanton reck llessness Or the charge that his rulings pond decisions did not stand well in the Court of Ap peals he showed by quoting fyomthe records of the Court of 7 pkeaItiIut his eord9 date is bS per cent of affirmances then the average is only 57 per cent He further showed that to January 1 1909 his record of affirmances was 69 per cent bouttIie same as that of Judge Field who piaorto his death had been on the bench twenty years and who was regarded as probably the ablest Circuit Judge io the State 4At this point we wish to ass rt withlll the emphasis at our command tthattbere is notanother Circuit Judgein Kentucky cf the same age andsame number oT years on the bench whose record will equal or deserves grealer merit than that of Judge Thurman of tthe Eleventh He took the court records of this district and plainlyl and fforcibly pointed out the falsity off the persistent charge that be Fheiquori 1I lclusivelyl that his rulings in all cases of tbis character with two tiixceprtions had been upheld by the Court of Appeals and that le dad in many instances given peremptory instruction to thp juryj to find the defendants not guilty His reply to the unseemly and malicious charge that he had dis criminated against members of the Roman Catholic church was complete and it was evident from the ardent applause that greeted his remarks that he pad the entire confidence of his large audience and that therewas not SIonie in it who believed he could bjej guilty of such a thing or cap able of doing such a thing We believe that this infamous chtx ge repeated so often blthE organ of the opposition wnl make Judge Thurman ten votes wljtiiv it losshzn one and wb further berievethat few Cithqlics ap prectatesuch methods and that the vast majority of them will cast their ballots against the man or set of men who under takes to profit by arousing re ligious prejudices r The Leaders charge that the order inthe McPherson and Lewis case against Green county was entered in Judge Tnjurmans handwriting at d heavily inter lined was denounced as abase falsehood and bckeaLip by documentary eviddnce rom the circuit clerk of Green county and others who bore witness In r1respeetfu0llanguage that not a word of the other in question was written 9Y Judge Thurmau This refutation of an unscrup ulous statement was as complet as it Was condemning and is only another sample of the methods the opposition is using to ac complish Judge Thurmans de fear ifit can bedo eThe task however is a herculean onpand laces are growing pale under its weight He also disclosed the origin and to a large extant the dwner shif of the Leader and made clear the motivsfthat actuated it to devote almost half its space each week to bitte rand malicious attacks upon him and showed that although it claimed to be a Republican paper that that he had been infcrined from an authoritative source that atf Jeast fifty per cent of its capital stock was owned by certain per sons claiming to be Democrats He snowed likewise the duplicity i of Mr Lewis position in advo- Cating and standing upon a platform which expressly declares in favor of an extension of the County Unit Bill Sucha speech by such must neqessirily addafu1hn time to time new Judge Thurmans alrepdy as sured Handsome majdrlty for rqelection iiontO S Hhltbe popular and efficient candidate for com monwealths attQrney preceded Jud e Thurman Monday and in his brief remarks to his home people elicited their most earnest applause He said he was in a good humor with everybody f1thef1 the voters that if they honored him with ejection to the office to which tIe aspires bewoul promise them that he would faithfully perform the duties of the office and know no one in the proper exercise i hereof His people applauded him vigorous ly Lebanon Enterprisb Forest Surveyf I A field party oftha U S For est Service consisting of Mr A 0 Hall and Mr J M Bris oe has begun a study qf forest con ditions in this couniy This party Is engaged in waiting a forest map and inobtaining estimates fthe standing timber and the annual output jdf forest products The worK is boing carried in for the third season by the Forest Service in cooperation with the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration The result of the first years woYk haye been pub lished by the Statein the Ken tucky HandbOok 19061907 The object of this study is to show the peope of each county jut what their timber resources are hovv fast they are going and how they m ybe used toI best advantage The men en aged in this work will endeavor to see as many of those interest ed in timber as possible in or der to get1 from them a more thorough knowledge of local- conditions than can be obtained through observation alone All assistance and informatl n that is given them will facilitate this irapbrtant investigation Morchanis Prafse Or Bells Pile lar H ney J W saysTheret for coughs colds L tGriPPf asthma and brocchitis Look or the bell on the bottle First Football eff Thea first game of football to he seen hete this fall will be payedat Hoods Park on StCtur dayr cpt25 yhen the St Marft College and High School teams meet The opening game in this city on the 25th should prove an in teresting ont sttand doubtless a big crowd will witness iit Leb non Enterprise JUVENILE fAIR Holds Third Annual Meeting with Good Attendance The third annual Juvenile r- mtat the Fairgrounds on last rIpart cf the day held out to the youngsters tle incouragement as1to fair weather the brightt sunshine of the afternoon brought out a fair sized crowd About 500 persons were present andtne Association nettedi about g5 When the Association was forted two years4igct1Lsi pro motors did riot anticipate the hearty reception that the public VAS to accord it But it has been a success frob the start and the patronage it has received has increased each year The exhibitions this year were very entertaining to the spectators avlibeand al patronage will be accorded the Fair next year Bljwis a list of the winners 4of premiums v Prettiest dressed dul1 May Mayes 1st SIstMcErroy 1st a Ribboncake Elizabeth McEl roy 1st Best plate biscuit Margaret Reed 1st Best hand made candy Brow nie Martin 1st Hemstitched h a n dk e r c h i e f Brownie Martin 1st Best half douzen buttPn holes FagieRoyatyltI Prettiest pin Cushioti Catherine Siums ist IB1nd Boquet Lillian McCabe Istr Display of cut flowers Mary S Wharton st Boquet of roses Catharine Nelson 1stSBvai half dozen tomatoes Flora May s lat Best half bozen ers otc rn Garland Wharton 1st V Plate of grapes Willa Mc Elroy 1st Brown leghorn bantams any age Roger Martin 1st White legnorn rbantams any age BoboieSbuhz 1st Pair black baniams Bobbie Shulizjst Pai brown leghorn chickens any age Garlaqd Wharton 1st Pair Rhode Island reds any age Charlie Martin 1st Pair Barfed Plymoth Rocks any age Garland Wharton 1st Pair Buff Orpingtons any age Garland Wharton 1st Pair white Plymoth Rocks any ages Bobbie cJhultz 1st Pair light Brahmas any age RoOerMartii1 1st v Best dozen tggs Margaret Jones 1st Pair Pekin ducks Lloyd Hay 4 don 1st Pdir Indian Runner ducljs Joe Donelly 1st Pair common Pigeons Gar laud Wharton 1st Ugliest cbicken R H Robertson t 1st Best goat tobe driyen in har ness Paul Lucas 1stIJ3et bird dog any age Roger Martin IgtV Best Collie any age Lloyd Haydon 1st Best Shepherd any age Frank Mgdley 1st Best dog driven t in harness Roger Martin 1st Bob ie Shultz 2d Best suckling colt Jaines Ryan 1st Charlie Martin 2d Best suckling calf Garland Wharton Jsr J S YankAY 2d Prettist baby one year old aad under two Sam Grinstead 1st Cath ariJfe Toiies 2d Prettistchild three years old and under four Maria McElroy 1st Huttie Barber 2d I Best slick horse ridder over two yeaid and under four Royle Niorinaulst Berlin Brown 2d Best stick horse rider over rour ears and under moeT t Doel not Calor thililibilJ AVERS HAIR VSGOR Stpps railing Hair An Eletjant Drcsslr Destroys Dandruff Makes Hair Cirow uhw tfI So ft CM d Inrredients CuMtaw J See Ak8heIn u r AkICPreParMOItAkakfood abaktoiiI akakag CakYoiIdOd0a thKktirobl J Lowell Mi iiL- ert Yankey 1st SiilqeGreen- 2d Best girl rider under 16 years old May Mayes 1st Eleanor Reed 2d r Best boy riderfcunder 16 years old Booker RobertSoh 1st PeteI Bobljtt 2d r Hitch up ring by girls under 16 yeard old straps and bucktes complete Eleanor Reed1st May Mayes 2d Harness pony any age Allen Boblitt 1st Saddlepony Allen Boblittlst Best turnout Allen Bobli tt 1st Bob Shultz 2d Worst turnout Roger Martin 1st Booker Robertson 2d Free for all atiyfouVor ani mal except dog from six inches to three feet Stewart Greene lat Paull Lucus 2d SacKrace Stewart Greene 1st Authur Rassnil 2d Foot race E 05 Kelly 1st Jean Qox 2d TomSpalding 3rd Bicycle race R Boulware 1st Ulell Boblitt 2d and Bog rMar tin Srd Foot race anyboay under 75 earsof age Jack McChord NI hOn Bald Mountain ntont01FMountain to the home of a neighbor tortured Iby Asthma bent on curing him VI thrr Kings New Discovery that had mired himself of asthma This wonderful medicine fioon reliev ed and quickly cured his neighbor Laiure It cured hi ions wife of a server lung troubf Millions believe its the greatest ThrS t and lung cure on earth Coughs Colds Crouji Hemorrhages and Sore IfUngs are sorely cure by it Best for Hay Fe ver Grip and Whooping COugh Soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guatan teed by Haydon Rpbertson Kentucky Crop Report By James W Rankin Assistant Commissl net ofAgrlculture- fWewihi to correct a wrong impression 9 hich some persons seejh io have iin regard to our- monthlyt erop Rzrt ye have crop reporters iin e hmaglst rial djstrict and have to matte up the report frym their reports as they knew the conditions in their locality accepting their jeports always unless we know them to be incorrect Ma y tithes prospective acreages and yields are thought to be real when they are only prospective For instance in last month stref port the yield of wheat was gi yen as fifteen bushels per tcrei for the average of ithe State when verylittle had beeOthratsli ed and this was a prospective yield when this report showed eleven bushels per acre or the actual yield of the State The past month asshownt much better w ather conditions J as less rain his fallen and there lids beea much sunshine Much tobacco has been qufand in some localities some hasI sunburned The lower leaves have been ruined by so much wet weather but the yield will be above the average and the average is no doubt the targes over known in the Burley dis- trictt Considerable complaint of house burning olt the early cut tobacco has boon made but the cOQler weather of the last few lays has peen favorable to tobacco both in barnand field Hemp is beingciIt rapidly and is of fine quality Ote or two counties show JI deciease 1nlI aqreagc I Corn is loOkiOg fine atfi the early planted has matured and nuch of il will soon be ready to cutand bids fair to produce heavy yi ldThe late corn is showing the effects of dry Weather in some sections during the past few days and if the dry weather continues the Yield will be reduced materially IA larger acreage has been grown thiS year than ever before Oats have been harvested and the crop is the best in years showing an average yield for the State of twentyfive bushels per creJj A HurryUpCIlS botBUcklet8 Quick Mr DrngglstQUlCkAC is a qnarterFor the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terri bly Joennle cut his foot with thfe axl MaLes caldedPa csUvt walk bpI Yw vfrnrpflesBil1ehcorns tfot it al0 I curedall the family IXtf tHe Sreaitt eft healer on earth SoJ byHay 1 don RobertsonS i 555 r J r f iIittttttt1titttttflttflt4 SUBSCR1p7 JON I J t1iO41ri4Ic t1r 34 f f r TiiJi i 1 Central AsssociationI Held its Annual Meeting at IebanonLast Week I I rhetralAsSOcit n ofI Southern Baptists met nlts 21st annual session at the Lebanon 5Baptistand was called to order by the Moderator promptly at 10 am After the transaction of other routine business Judge WESelecmanj of this place was reelected Modbrator and J H I Hancock Clerk Judge Selecl man then presented the Associa tiqnwita gavel made of Bbddc placeIThe eleven churches were all represented both by letter and- messengers Large crows were in attendance each day and an elegant dinner was spread on the l wnp Among the visiting ministers were D G Bowj Dr W cC Carver jB Miihotey anltL C Humphreys and Mr Hamil ton pastor oftbe New Edpe church Atthe sconddays session Dr Carver deluered a masterful Address on Missions All things passed off in peace and harmony ami the Association adjourned to meeton Tuesday before tbV last Mondiy in August 1910 HaveYoua Baby Then watch it closely And above all things dontt let it suffer ton any length of time with wOrmsthat Is fatalt Jf its complectlon gets yoHo add pasty If it is listless crSss qr pe vlsbgttJtbin suffers with flats lIfince give it Whites Cream Vermi fuge The only cure tqatnever falls and has no bed effects Sold by Red Cross Arug Store Charivari Ends Fatally ilElizabqthtpwn1 Ky Sept 9 At Flaherty in Meade countyI near the Hardin line Miss Anna Belle Knight and John CojbJ were married at St Martinsi i church and ithe young men of the vicinity determined npori giving the Vpjuple a charivari t i night When the dhariyari crowd as sembled at the home of William T KnigbV the fatner of tjjie bride someone fired upon the crowd with a revolver A ball struck Chas Richie m the neck puncturingthejugular veiff and inflictingi a fatal wound Do not be deceived by UDSCruPQI ious imitators who would have you beleive that the imitation pilla arenas good as DeWitts Kidney and Blad den Pills There isnt anything just good as these wonderful pills for J the relief of Backache Weak Back inflammation ot the bladder urinary dissdrdera arid all kidney complaints Anyone can take DeWitis Kidney and Bladder Plug as directed la pertt ect confidence of good results Soldl JA by Red Cross Pharmacy t SCall For Election STATE 3I KENTUCKY 1 ss County of Washington t August term of the Washington 909JThisfiled a petitloh signed by twenty legal precinctNo it 4anand movef the hold mber election 1009 to take thett a vote In said precinCt Whether or sot stock shall be allowed to run at large in said precinct It is therefore ordered that the Sheriff and oftlcenfi said election fill open thQ polls ani have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large In said precinct SC py Attest W F Booker CUe In cdmpliance wtththe above order CountyCourtBrush Grove Precinc Noil2 of Wuk Ington county Ky that the pOllS llarNbvemberpurpose of voting in said preclwct as to whether or not stock sHan rIMa at prediaftNpml S Osbourne S W C Spt Hopplty Hop Are you just barely fitJfargy by the aid of crutches or caa1 Unless you have lost a limb ot fekve a deformityIf your ub1elklle tiami lumbtgo sprain otIs jt or anything tfltke nature 1tM fiallrdi now Utniment nd liaao tiaicytfJ can threw away yurcratcki aal I aa well as anyone Price Sec 5c awl Ottih Sold by Red CrowDri SMfcere 8b yeerlsicBslIr JI 1f 4 i i2 RwI MIa r Mr11g ri who I three nf Iowa 2r PrryvilIlpfke ahhoa4- tveight iJyKra of ag is o fit the moat nre ukt ftMii men in the oOfinti Daring LblsS r past summer M hoe ma tJL irtt thand on the farm wrf witt r permit anyone to Uy eMb ia doing rnor work ioedajtwo J he He takes great prUtoiii fto fact that be Citid5 M iMMli VTtimehis commonitj EietLtlj te4 jput up flare ssckg 9ttu in one day and waa M rtijyiL at nightfall as ii ys evtli place t a Mr Hoirif hMsad1sW his My this4essosiamd ftfir tf0 doQbtful if AttyoM i tb yiet nity has a crop iutferfl ipe t Mr HOlirJaf formerly yei t r Marion coontj uevjs Ilo Mis cer bout two y irs kgo tt has tbehMt ofhssltsad 1 4crtretr fTer preTwiliNl fro L Inr into the frlJILml dUisjfull dysvwork H mMbtOT14L DEocr to tI r Thelr id TeSoa s haizay obotrs tktei bu4 as so tdnsperatcaa ord MOMH i today deidslieaMi Wt Itectrtc Bfttersls thflreatMt JitiiMk bttyt 1 theworldhas ere kaowa Itcia c pels perfect action 4 rftaadl ofkidneys bowels pMriftM the ooda t a4tthe whole ajMtep Y c m kOy andl kea brain feltow ttoic aW tYou cant afbrd to tit Ifecfeftc tf Bitters if weak rr ll i Only SOc G raDtH4l1tyt i Rtertanmi i RAILWAY KI I wardHHarqRlI LM j j ItlW Hom iia N Ye f v t w y tEdward Hsrisa ie gvoi test or antesr of rsUr Iv f 44rdeayllness of csact Mr tfij imm wu borii iiilMS bMmg t liiii bqv be reoeirtd liIqdess in his youth Ajt sixss bi found emptojiBMi iairriM 0 9 boy in a broker oOoe k r t iitreetchanc to bitter bw Ollffenfcertd ben Btnwi MIiDiwaa spoeeMfnl trtl th r start At hii Utalh be oq liolM b ol tely aboai 1i00 railroad and bad IbMu p 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AQsuuq JV1rtps1cpIIR Lc1zL ti It I r IE NWS4MJBi t SPJIIHGWBLDVKY h J P4S IIY1IIYuv3Ai1 L lIE iPur raori sad PlisbsL TUKY JPjj Democratic Ticket L t tlircuft JridjreVHTHURMAN i to Att1yC s 1ILb l RSpttItMltITeT GRAjIAM i Cnty JMdftJ Ij LITSEY k1C4Dty AttonwyTyS TAYES i bosty CkrkW y BOOKER Cit ist CerkWBT NOE 1 i S ri JAXDERSON 1IprMstmdetJ W BUSH Ft iv JmUeraiCp D CATLfcTT ttr AMCMOIVW T MrfOHEIL r Ciro r DRWEeRlIME ie 4v lirteybr W Q ROBERTS J t iutke of the PeaceSpring1e1d r t1t T X I pail P ttsTllle JoknW GordonV R j1Ilw WoW awl Frcderickstown4 L IF7 L W WI1Iett Springfield No 10 1 IiLKeIly pJh 0olln E ifll J LiU T y MkM Aaafe Willett left Mon e day foirSt Catherine to enter j acooI 4 t Tfcoti who are attending the iip Satt Pic at Louisville re- JMr B B jj chmim S P f Tboaap OB JPr Polin James it Moran Jo jPolin John Polin f f JB Sbtbn Mitt Leachman k rJob Grace Mr CfeldweU and W4 r KdLiey t v l Iter I P Haynes r turned t trdy froi MarsI1a1 Mo ci j after apt udiBtf two week with hisprts at that place JiliIW Lavema OConnor will t 114l1d the latttrplr of the i f wek withMis 01 Iveiorton in Sl Xioiiityilia and attend the State 1 V Pairr ro i M Mr fUcbard Spaldinj was in i oir TkijiHjrl FrIday evening Io i fflinglMHf with the iairsex ufcour iI i i iliUJe ivaiage h f tii Bleclha Edgntqn and 0 t JSiM Reed spent Tuesday light C4indy Borne 4tr n enia OConnor spent- 1TktMIY Sfht witl Miss Ellen Gregory J 7MiMea ROM and Anna Kelly ice iiia Penwict Tuesday iMisaei Sue and Bertha Ed giatoni jpent Wedneeday wlili- JtfiiM Naanie Thompson iMi i Sarak ReedS spent Sunday night with Miss Laveoii QQOilner ftMr E L Cblvin ana family J darapwdng thi woek in Louis 4 fC filter Vt t utt ThcLColviT1 ando wife have a Z KotMti Louisville to jnakerttielr futubore h 0 MrV David pteey spent Fri day night and Saturday witht LlrJIMaitiu 0 ITr JF Gregory spent last iwk IjOBisvjlle r J MrF Wk Simms purchased jvat head of cattle from John Grigsby Mr Chas and Walter LitseC fB are ia bed with themumps ifp Dan Kelly andwife spent V Sunday with Mr J R Reed i rj Mia Adeline Cox and Mrs t a JXX tinwilLspeud thelatter af Y pait CJf the week with friends in Loukyille j Ni Miae Lizzie Lo sdon and t Jo Wilb1mina Hertlein spent last f fiISYe ith Miss Addle Willett t u SfreEyes tfIhree Years Standing y l tttred Mte Eli e Faulkner New CMl Pa writeE Sutherland LoJl EagI Eye Salve cured me of H case l ofJiOf eyes of bree years atcndin Jcherf ttllyjecommendit to anyone i iiaB edof waeli remedy 25c iiW J i N i17 4 1 5iF Fenwick J w f AiEhave tbtseen a letter in- rz rci 1c1Jr r i Ider from thisi place tv for o 01Jm I will jot down a JJ i fawitms i tl1 Y eoSJor cr trives sold to R Lt 5r c Jlrroit a yearling steer Price t 33 h tt iYiiilGr Arnold was thea Tr f Peta a t Hit of the Misses o itk NlFiclc tQ dynigQt jr th 8lKr jhe part ivepby Mr Wiill j t My kdiswa well aMended ftf if aod all reportedt an enjoyable I Iir i r U MM 3 LL and Koxic OisE W Jll 1rIlId Mr sndMrs John t 4Mj1r QR ntht1tt wppI hq4 I Vffanti Ma vatLert Aacin r p yisl their parents Mr and 3 1 Tue Rogers Sunday I ta rbrso1dhipl ice Of H ffct kii brtlirWill f 1 f it il tljatiI1mIjOD fr 1vuj b7l3oPurdornk1 t t ii Announcements Were authorized to announc- eS to i DEDMAN as UieJRepubllcannomineef Repre sentative lit the Lower House of the ITentucky Legislature November election 1909 cutting1tobacco They had bet ler hutrv up cre1sebe frost will soon be dn the pumpkin vine Mr and Mrs R P Lanham and son Albert Mr and Mrs JE Graves and daughter Lu rtillp r Mr and Irs James Lan am and daughter Annie Mae alll lined with I and Mrs lriitid Anderson i upday Mrs Sallie Maksbn of Lex tJMrsweek J Mr Jim Morah was in oui VicinitySunday abr oontMiss Appie Kelly qf III j is visiting fr1nditn4 relatives in this county Miss Ethel Rogers returned to her schcol at Simmst wn Mon day morning and was accom pauied by her sister Miss Ver na Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the fdod you eatfor that is what Kodol does Every table- sp6onfnl of Kodol digest 2f pounds of food Try it today It is guaranteed to moneybackre McIntyreA Miss Flora Keene peitibst Sunday with Miss LulaiWheally i Misses iossieand MEry Rust- yFieldsspent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Prank Willett near Predrickstown Mr and Mrs Twyman Keene pent Surday and Monday in Rardstawnthe guet f the lat ters lather Mr Torn Tally Mr and Mrs jt F t eene were the guest of JR Keene Sunday Miss Bettie bBryan is visit ing the Misses McIntyre Mi and Mrs Watt WheatleX spent last Sunday with the lat ters father Mr Will ATullican Mrs Bill Keeji spent last Wed neday and Thursday with hfr moltner at Forest View q rand Mrs WD Smffi spent Jast Friday jpiih JC ijjp lEtor and family J CJMost all the tobaccohas bee j cWtVand greatdealg DeWitta Little Early Risers the HVerpHIsHazrl Salve isIDeWitt 8 The name is ItisgeslboiJsclallrGrossharrnacyIf j1irdens Chapelt Mr and Mrs Will Barker ttrul son spent MQnday of last week with Mrs Myrtle Barracks 1tiissNellie spendthisMrs Mollie Logsdori antf childrenspent one day last XVfeek with Mrs NIl Lo sdon anclj family Severalr from here aVended YMrSaturday mght vV Mr and lslofandSundayand family MisS Ad ray Canary spent one thM5Logsdonsl Mr Arthur andt CarJPanthV of Booker are spending this week with frsJiplAndersonf TlarmaijMrsJohn andMrsulopPl1sPnes Jeason Copyright by Hart Schtffner Mirx j first OPthe se sonin clothes isi like the THE of anything else if its goodits apt to be a source of more than l satisfaction because its first The first man who goes out of store wearing one of our new suits or one of ourfine oval coats fot Fall is sure to get a lot of pleaspre in it hQ will look better dressed tiian the men around him heill have a distinction in styje and fashion thats quite unusual iA v Hart Scjiaffriefri 1 Mapxr f f lj s l i yrhalve prodUced for ys some of the most stunning creations we have ever had to offer our trade The new grays and blues In suit IfaoJics are exceptionally attractlve many pat- teitis in the weave from plain in worsted and serges to checks plaids selfstripes and other pattern weaves v J iOvercoats and iraincoats too airein many pleas4ing and weaves Youd better be one of the first in them 7 i Y k eto JJ J Suitsi 20 oto45 Overcoats 1650O60jl v Sv VV r This stoife jis the home of HIt Schaffner Marxi Clothes r t uniDgirn1DuncaI1Im ll CO MrL Wjll Barker Mrs G WI Peiwick and Mrs Beifie Capary caiinthe afternoon spe9tSuidayl fanuly Mrs Bell PerFa1yf FIL1nlt- lOrtj is Che guest ofhvr sis er Mrs Bet ie Canary tbisweekY Mrs Marion woeney ol1 Mackvlle Mrs Bcttie Call ry and Mrs bell Ferralj of Fiank fort spent Mpuday with Mrs Ben Haydon Several from here atUmdofl p caching at ruWiCk Sundayl Mr Lee Iiiabt and ciHildreu are speifd ng this jteIttvllh Mrs EIo1IandE4jfJ LoujsvUle and aso attending the State Fair 7 Mrs Henry Sturapp ind chil dren are iheiguesis ofMrs Oar at Louisville IHS week AdutFenWiCkspentj Tuesday withlrltatI1ey Fenwieth spendJing JW Hyatt merchant of Warren N Cr write Please send enclosed order by mail Sutherland Kagle E e Saveisthe best cyerAincdy in the woild 25c SUTHERLANDS EAGlE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but the Eyes r fnbliG Sale of- STOCKfARM Etc J HarVitig itetermmjpd ip rthef- lotnle StMe 1 111 o- nsllray Ootober 9 Atjl oclf4 pui at my rei donee near Fen wick Wa Mng too ot UAty Kyi sI1atpiit11id tuciq1 my f4rui n1aining li2Acrss Also CliQtfd horses a lot soo bogs i jftarllns HVitvr Imase Inld and Intcli n furniture 1alc ing itnpletnnts fied many other fiFth s of personal proMrty The ivria is situated oft Hlie vSpHngfielil antI Mackvilleturiii pike and contains a comlOrJible dwelling containing sl Xiiw ritf md other out llbuses aw01l biitckstnithSSIIJp4d gbo TERMS OF SAt For the jlarbi olefouLl1 jRcli irwnthiUcili in onQliiwo ttthlef4 yoara b bering i1 tEGb from datQ payablei annually PeisOul- prohertyfor allsums of llPbr Jess cash Ainouuts in tXCPi 8if lQon aQredit ofsix ir onlfe4 1iIitcrestfrOm 1 0eWitts Kidney and Bladder Fills l FORBACKACHEt t ij I I fIII F z tL 1 SMITH CO IROSE CONRAD V 226 W Market between 2nd and 3rd I ICORDIAL EURNISHINGRliir TIA ALL to vlsi our h4ndsome up to date Kentucky a g Make Our Store Your Headauarters f pleastirotodeahnAand non Jmierchandise is our motto S OUR 2sEW FAJDfi STodk T I of GlQtlMyrHats ar d Furnishing is now complete and ready for youVinspectioJ I Smifh Rose 6 QonpdlCoi 4 INcortpORAmmn 1 t 226 m Market Stybet 3nd 3rCLptJIYILLE Iy f lC W SMITH CHARGES G ROSE FHE Dt CONRAD i oIJ t JJIt i t t i Firs fthe Hart S chaffper Marx Good Clothes Makers colors colors i90 TO a 1IIU1Tt1PHNES yourfamily i f r to get the latest niarket quotations at any time This can be aocoraplished by means of our telephone service youaixl your neighbors con get for a sum that is pnr d with the benetsreceivc Call or addres ourAh1chII astotttce or write direct to heacyartcrs Nashville 0for ji forma tipn regarding our special FAHMKRS LINE 0rattl If jv ii iit3iot at pr sent enjpyirtg telephone service w canjiniwedintelv interest 3ou Our lines cover the States of Kciituckjv Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana atal the fKMitHarn portion of Indiana and Illionis JCOA RLANB TEKEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO PANYJ tIucoroprated J0 t =too Good For his Sphere lr cOIn i4 kterti domestic owfHJ Pdttw liiiiI y iuig HUjthor tin Iwriiiif 4f my ww jjw is tthe- vftgI4I Tlwrii Jtt the Itlwl ft rvhorpiref Wtf tnkItIX hijetl tl Iullii rr1I r Hlni sA iNwwn YOU dont WePt t hdIIV fthy rst iitacc hi 1Iih UIF dot jif tfMv Ixtfk win Ifus rfli j iktK s her nclgbUura loudluweIh I INj 0Itt4tUfUttir 1Jf t4tiLir tjtriJMJI bro WIluu rs wove IDS CI1rk14Nl tIt tJht fiiraIture- e04j wid4fis inkI tr their Hew t ri1t bniiWe i4ltip life had 51811 LIH 501 ben 4tiufl IXVt ii wnprsixo tthatt wpM1 Lwisi eh5- s4 t N cFf Alarm Mrs NpoplobiitIer dO think IOHh bttltd xnt JrIoltLgsycijj tood for tJjn Npwiwtjw rd IIr tei Urefcd tIs Klaff of w jifo kunw Mrs Ce iotj kOb wippose tte Vrwtl VtwaV iMlrt Win so tHjufb MtiluwMj mojt 1I2lI1 dourkiobsCkkimo Ntws IHaNWI Cemiatf n It hnpwmid tktI iu lie lieh ii ttooM tmiiett 4VISItI tlftilel lk4dt Ihlfl It x tdrl uMttll hit tell ywi tg twine If youll tell uVi youru iif nikl VslI utili lir iW the girl r uiuiy th4iew hat fs yoimrs- OHIeI W iigJit TbeH srtk 4W fifrjfiilry toes lHU 4h 0ssstdLotng Far a Bra n 4NQJHt the frigid Itemu4eduthld cnmMJt vwr vfa My httfrt mitf IaftUdJI IirIrel SS rl 1tlH tIiese rtpjo1ei1 the vIo yoilflg Jt 4MII leare my address Wtait torT she askpa In surprlJe So yOu enziJ sCud tno word wheb they ant tttRtlutd down he DlnlD 1Uouatoll Pest j tEy5to Ahsvyjtr Say qtrbiiod flie cIty chap tulLine hpw to mukeasIowbors- ejtt f rSurah tin renlledtthifoldt fnrwe Dont feed iJbt itJ5AWl it nt ttriy sis luSuriHSftec be fore tht InutxtMit o c SIW the joke Atlanta Constitutjon iDDpiVIJIG A NAiL Mora to It Than Simply Hamm ring It- InU lhJWocd Quo IUr11JinJtJi4Hbt1rhhl ofn nail eoiwH ldJUt v lu gettlHg the 0iIoUlittle oiupthiit of tilt rwtl httllrc of- tkeo1crstlonssythie ScinitiHo Amef wltlOfltnone uot oftei nnnlftotVraw MH pTirfe litto 11hJcclt- Jou imvo evr watchful f mechanic driving iktilhC you Imvrloiitleusi ijoietf that Vtreiy MriveK hie at right SHfflos Htifl io ftee of ttii vufk Tlure rVWfH for thin Snpp e tthatt lit Is unlilijz SIte jieetIng uri tilt frantoof n building liud dcrslros t lrnv the bOn t1 doWp tightly liP lWt the one uelov It lie pftlnt the unit considellaUtblOWS t t dQuVtidjt wmild If they were driven at right KugIl4 with thVfnce oj the lkird- DUl yaif ever tMrflcO that tu driving n nsIMn very hitnl wood one uiifiv do It successfully white another site- cceds oiuIIu doubling the nnU up be fore the point l nrfnlrly biiiercd the word The dlffrew lltsJn tlinfiH thu t lift ejvrt Btrlkvj rjnvnnlt fnlrly mot too haul corfxliy H in 1ilTb 1otbQr sfrlkea too hard find with Ihdlreetlojii It may be properly mentioned right here that jIti1 driving a nail Into very hnrd wood It hr usually profiiaWo to dip the end In oil wr greise ThIs will no sensibly jtter era with the lu IdJng qualities ofJbq null while It svlll hw fouud to very materially facilitate Iti dflrlng l 7 His One Goo Trait t ptoeunYIwj t WorkIuurrnuia1v t dpuo1 n dnjia 1lonfer 1JlOl l ns1J I 1J zrhose Usels ulTstJosSfdttL yni Yipltllta Hltpt- nolh s In with ntbui JtitHIs Matza tttio5 Y Dldit it vlvr puii jrsUwk tivt bt t ttk i It kiItti me doad etcr ilJu r la rlJi1U 00- 0Co 7 T fl p4r 0 John H Sparks lWorld Famous Shows 0iSpringfield Friday Sept 2 Iit and Trained Animal Expositio 000 TRIPLED INI SIZE r MIGHTY MODERN MONARCH OF Tll 2 3 rARENIC WORLD 0i- 3 f v ji v f Embracing Everything Extraordinary f anil Exhibitingi everything Excepiioiw Three Distinctly Divjersifiefcy t and Cokssally Complete ShowiiOnerlr L UNEQTALLED IN SIZE QUALITY AND HONEST CHARACTER rj All the World Contributes to this ii TRAVELING CITY of SPLENDORS AMAZING ASSEMBLY OF ALL THATS BES1N SS 0HE EXHIBITION FIELD t f le Whole World Rausacket FFrouderfi r Conyccattnn of crobais Leaper Gymr ajtsr Tnjnblers aud Equilibrists Startling NW Feature Ac s odd parform ice t Claws ConmgeRt f 2O Grand Suectuar Arabian Carivsl Regall Horse shQw 7OLcrOUS Fagea11ti and Tournatsienti Tuun d iforses Dog and PfI rrtrutesti rlauted Lmns lD America A Hrd of Performing l51ephantv 0S The FINEST COLLECTION OF WIl D6ANIMALS IN THE HJNTJRB WORLD V 1 L t kW T iContaining All Earth Most Cuious GreafcyresjyThe Largest J rintUn Tnrr iifr lKoTal ntra Par tn n1 A Nnj n Mc nSpJJI1 iLiving Specimens of All the Marvelous Typesvot Brute rwitiber GoU Glitterinf Grand Free Streett Parade t r i v AT NOON IJ tr 1 A Slid Milo of Enchanuns and Processioriat Amazement A Revelation of Wealth und SpIoridoiV OostIPOtrv1 Tftblgatik fCars Chj t emitDensofVla nifice Costumes o 4 j fff 22Two Perfopmances Daily2att2alld8pm 2 Grand Free Exhibition on Show Grounds Aft r the Prde i t teSm b1tWLWU11SIc I f 1313eFeFeFEitO CiACR e WIfSATI Cb 1 J INCORPOIIATED NVW Cornerijk Market LOUISVJjEi JCY JmcPlu 9e 77GS Sec1aIAttentfn IaM trikr Citstatrs CiiuEMii Iut J W make a specialt of the ft1lowing brunds C f f i ttrn lyMoorer Spr IZ M 4 fJtf iv Belle oMariofl5pjfl 2t V o tverglade Wathel SprIaIJ 1907 = rltWe alfco band Maltinify M twe MN xytti 4 ffj asit Willow Spring lb4dtdibSS Pit r t Apple Bwndy aha tobtry WfMj T M if tt iJ tLmrnETL4RSA t i 1il r Is i 7 7w r iy r TaDR Td BURTOJ 1I 1DENT DENTIST TEETH t EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINt 1 Iodkup stsIs SFMKG IBLO KY ill Dental Work Strictly Firstclauy tTJ OI J CMVEQ i Pkj ciu nd sigeoD 00000b jaio 9 mtJ pmJPoiAt r P 1 E Lampion IMp S Omce ta teeri tttuse 1 f O4cP1iusHe j IIUhlcIICCi3ttrW FcGRIQSBYr j TTQRNEY AT L Wl trt ee tOPleJ5 Baifr j XY tl tHvaTTPLj Qffic over Red Cross Drug r Store Office hours Hyatt 1030 tot 12tt me 4 to 5 p ml TL TLJfltIN Y1MAYES f tll ER viiCTOR 12j AiD 1ICESED EM8AlMEI TELEPHONE 7 i PAY 19 NIGHT 74 PRIGFaDK1 j r iJrdSchedule P 4 y Following is the time schedule i mow in effect on the Bardstown 5 and Springfield branch rai1ydir 1v v Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at 480 p mr Ijirdslpwn Junction li 522pm Bardstown 6C6 p m arrives at Springfield 655 p m i No 42 Leaves Springfieldat l 600 a m Bardstown 645 am V iJBrdatown Junction 730 am Mivea t Louisville 820 a JIlf No 43rLeayes Louisville ILl J 735 am Bardstown Junction- 910 a mj Bard towJ 1045 a m jtrriv sat Springfield 1215 pin 4V No44Leaves Spring eld at iT00 p m Bardstown 220 p m Bardsbwn Junction 410 p m if arrives at Louisville 5 45 plI s VNo 9i Sundayon1yLeaves tf l Springfield Via a m Bardstpw- ni800a m Bardstown Junction i 845amatrji as at Louisville ll 35aw X vJSlq 91 Sunday s onlyLeaves- iIuisiJ1ecit 600 p rov Bards t Kt fecp1lnction9 645 pin J Bards i n f 730 Pm arrive at ffeSpnngfield V5prn 7 L lifE TEASEL t A QUeer Plant With Water Traps FoR Its Insect VictimsIj moifg comuiota iilauts there nrd f w aiore remarkable than the tl1selI There is little Ooubt says n well lp formed natural lilstory coutribtifor tb She London Ghriulale that the teneIS ist fis finuCh a tlesji eating prfeaubm Any spider thiitlver spun a web l iMgr6overf Its method of securing its tAt vjdtiins though quite us Ingenious as thntQtthc sjijder Is mud inure com ritits1ro us welfas OIJr lIknclol1s 3N6trjhiy does this extraordinary plant t captqre all species otJJflies find gnats IgrjeatttOr swaB but caterpillars slugs iirooil lice and the like are all frequent svlutjraK How8 this Is brought about forms one t jpf the most wonderful Incf dents in na Jtures fascinating story At the year 4IIe1sPIdQr weaves tier net of the finest 1rsIIktbe tense makes her snare nut Of dewdrops The plant STOWS upl strhJglt as a church spj p jhrowlnj OutltSJ lesircs In pairs at Intervals tip r the juicy green stem Thi twit leavesr tScUi1o n ltl1c leaves are so contrived VtUo tiiunIsturejuecIpItated on tliom UW41WU JntoHhfs reservoir C A weJiVcJpvclopiHl j5lant will thus ScacIi nt1 bQh1Qfur or tlveof these t rtrnflsntull halt pint Of IliiuiU l and tfie beat of the sun appears to evaporate i so little of it that the cup will be brimming even at the close of A hot Juno day The siaootb steep leaves tilt lead down Into these pits 1Wd their gradient gets sharper ua fluf r 1IJ tor fa flpprpached r T11ustbetcasels victims are made to walk the plank to their dpath und 0 J+once in the water there Is ho hope of itrrtetnrn They soon drown nand every teasel well has fit Us bottom a layer TSIIIUC lormed by their disiutesratcd i jibodles iLlS of course difficult to prove thcpJ seotion will show at the base of each 4UV n ring of afaertnres sink holes Iin jfncttWJileb lend into the substance of tha stein and the presence of which affords little room for doubt ou the matter v j 0 v KILLTHE COUCH M CURE THE LUNGS ki i wiwP King HDiacollllFORC8 AT All lUNG OUilD 1 Local Happenings 0rttOff I TOWNI The Freshest and Latest i 1 AIlAbout Yourself Friends II I t and Acquaintances TOPICSSSII 1 fI ffff4W u MM Mrl aid Mrs J L barber are i daughter rejoicing over the arivah of ajffi i jfycru are thinking of buying gasoline engine see the Mfama t at A C Kipballs t Readytowears inchkletaand ladies hats at Miss Willie Knotts FOR rSALE 40 lieadv g odff stocks ewes GEORGE COLVIN l WillishurgKy Miss Willie Knott has in her- ostore fuUand complete line of FaltMiJlinry Campbell and Bottoms sold tot W Simms a yearling mule for 100 The Washington County Col ore4 Pair opens today with fair pr mie of gobd attendance FOR SlLIr One sow and nine pigs and one sow and six pjgst Lonnie Campbell FOR SArEAI registered S yearling Hereford bull 7 Inquire of S P THOMPSON Miss Willie Knott is Tit her millinery store with the goods Callland see her jivW A NTEpAtonc 2 Stone J Masons J R Mpyesij Road Supervisor Born on he4th just to the I wif ofW 13 Leach man a son Both mother and babe are ohfgt well When you want a wheat drill f seQthe Thomas Tust received a c rloadcf Birdsell wagons See them at A CtKlmbails The infant child of Will Shir ley died at WilHsburg this week and was buried in Wiliisburg cemetery FOR RENT House and lot 011J Main Cross Street rE ntlYocI cupied by Dr L H Bollebaum Apply to Miss Fannie WalL- k LOSTOn last Monday be tween Polin and Springfielda liver colored pointer puppy Reward for information or reI turn to T E HardastyJ STRAYED On my place 8 miles from town one black phoat weighing about 100 lbs Owner J may haesame by payirgfo e dandUiis dv r p jJl DecaturDragdo FOR SALETWO flrmsliin grass weHimproved p1 ntyj brcco land 91 acres on pike adjoining Springfield 100 acres on pike near Pleasant Run JOHN DEBO LosT Ontbe Mackville and Springfield turnpike on Tues day ofthe lair week a pocket bkt containing about 1000 Finderi will please return to 5a4 Grookej Jr and receive aI fiberallreward a NOTICE All persons know ing themselves indebted tothe- esttblames1Bercb deceased Will call and settle same and all persons having claims against the estate will present same to- nergs per y proven on or be rore C bober 1st 1909 COffj The Republicans of Magiste j ial DiHirictx composed of Mack ville enclHendren precincts held a convention at Battle on last Saturda for the purpose of noniinaug a candidiite for the office offiJustice of tile Peace There vrere two candidates in the tieldjlMr Thomas Votaw inti Mr E inBIrchand a ovely trme wa anticipated but Mr Birch wit rew and moved thut the nomination of Mr Votaw be areCamong theMosb prominent and best businejSimen in the district i Store Bu The Gene at MerchandiseS ttoreof vDBrow apd Co at CaMwell burned about 4 ocloclF Saturday afternoon Every body had waiaway from the building to ating about 100 yards dist IJnai few min utea after they ltff the building Wa discoverdLiin flames and t ie fireS bad nined so much headway tht tI building with all its content4jas destrod- JJ The loss wilkM about 2500i wit i 18QO m uriftce ill W H Morgan the recently nominated Re ublican Candidate for County Judge of Mercer county has issueda card to the Voters of that county declining to accept the nomination Mr Morgan says he wishes to serve I the fellow men ef his county other lineslong ReallEstate Deals Jcl rMr J R Durrettt who recent n ly sold his farm in the Pleasant teb Grove nefghbdrhooi has r I chased the farm of MrsElizaIa- beth Hord 2t miles from town f i the Waltons Lick turnpike for 60 per acre i Mr Harry Thompson sold his farm of 120 acres near town to Mr Kent Smith foe 55 pet acre I Mr Dan Kelly his sold his farm of 214 acres near town td Mr John Kimberlin for 60 per acre Mr Robert Thompspn has sold the farm he recently purchased of Mr J R Durrett in the PleasantGrove neighborhood lo B Thompsonr tor55 per acre 1I1 f f U StJust as we were gbinp to press we learned of the death of Mrs Polin Edelien who hasoetnaa Hi forj several tyeeks with cancer Mr Lonnie Turner cUed at hisI Dome in Mackvllle Sept 8th Mr Tirner hid been confined o hjjS horne for several years with Rheumatism He was fifty t years old andjeaves a wife and a four children He was a man t well known in the county and was recognized as one of its I most substantial c izertsFullaC eral services were conducted at Mackville Friday Mrs Sarah Poynter Griffins died1ather home in Perry ville t Friday r a lingering illness i Mrs Griffing was weli known O here where she taught school as the assistant of her brother t ProfrT 0 Poynter in the High l School She iwas for fiftytwc years ayteacher arid during the periodlvasi but two mouths At tue time of her death she was Assistant Principal of Elmwood Academy at Peiryville Burial was in Lexington cemetery Salurday afternoon at 3oclock orYwho i twitht here and was well known in the county died at her home in i Alton Ill Sept 7th Mcs Gregorys maiden name was Hill she being a dtugbter of Mr D WHlIa wealthy steamboat i man of St Louts Captain Sam Gregory her msband is a brother of Messr Lucivb and j Jas F Gregory Qf this place and is president of the Eagle Boat Store Compiny and owns the steamer Omaha which operates on the upper flisissippi Mrs Flaget Wathen died at1 the home of herson Mr Richard Wathen at Bard town Junctiou where she bad been visiting for some tine Mrs Wathen was well known here wherei she made her home with her daughter Mrs CN Cooper She was 82 years of age and her death ca ne sudden arid unex pected The remains were laid to rst at Irvington Ky beside her husband who preceded ner totbe grave mamy years ago She leaves to mourn her death six children Mrs C N Cooper Mrs Sallie Simms and Miss Ellen Wathen of this place Mr 1iclardWatben of Bardstown Junction Mrs W F Spalding of Lebanon amt Mrs Rabalais of Louis na bhe was a good christian woman who during h rrong life had drawn to herself the frieudsbip of all with whom she came in contact Such a life is a shining example to those who come after To Mammoth Cave Only 375 round trip Sept 28th to see Mammoth Cave dur ing the dry fall season water low and Echo on the rivr grand makes it the opportune time for ooieties lodges and schools to see this great subterranean won1 der The board afrhotelll includ ing the River rout and great Mammoth dome route in the Cave for 400 See L t tl OO w1D T e e thexc tracted Wit DANGER out PAIN hl No chargesiiwhen plates iare wanted A t ALL WORK Done in this offic is first class Iin every respect and just as advertised tV STALL ARDDDS 8Si Springfield Ky k Killsi Brotherinlawl 1One of the most unfortunate ides that has ever occurred in the history of the county oc rred when on last Saturday Ight J eRyap struck and klllj d iEugene Majbtngly the bus and of his sister Mattingly d his family were living on aI farm in the southern part of the county near the Marionlin and young Ryan had been living on the farm with them ftIsre ported that the boys had noj een agreeing very wqlland had had several quarrels On the afternoon preceding the fatal meeting they had had a Vfery Violent quarrel and Mattingly was at the time drinking some r what heayily Whep theya t od Mcjttingly tojd Ryan that be would see hi n again tint night at the party referring toU dance given by Matt Winfield who lives near Burks Distilery just on this side of the Marion county line Ryan went to the party and sometime after he arrived Mat came and called him out of the house Ryan jame out- nd Mattingly immediately drew large knife and advanced np1 on him trying t6 stab1 him In ooking about for aweapon ofI defense Ryan seized upon a slat and began to strike his adversa ry with it After beirg struck wide he stiil adyahiedi and a third stroke across tae temple brought him to the gi ound una consciouX He was aken to a house near by on the Mariot county side where he died Surf dayrtaornirig about four o lock The unfortunate affyr will be very much regretted js the par ticipants are well kno vn both in this and Marion coi ty Ryan is a boy 17 years old and a son f Mr Tim Ryan a v ell known farmer of Marion cou ity Mat tmsjly was 24 years cf age ard leaves besides his wif j two small cbildrenAf The John H Sparks Shows I Will exhibit at Spiingfield Friday September 24 afternoon and night The excellent reputation left by the Sparks Shows on former visits to Springfield would alone insure liberal pgejJ- tuT lost growthand vast improvements in the show since its Jlast visit wilt make it more attractfve thancVer Everyone should come to town in time to see the gorgeous street parada at noon and then follow the crowd to the show- grounds and witness the free exhibition A Bargain J 140 acresfarm one mile from town all in grass good small dwelling and good barn located on good pike Price 40per creif sold immediately LAKE BoSLE Fine Farm for Sale One good farm containing 100 acres 2 good dwelling houses 1 new sevpn acre rOb cco barn Located four miles from Willis burg on It LougLick Creek Price S15 per acre SGEORGE COLVINS Wiliisburg Ky J Piilic SaM Fine Farm T dissolve partnership we Ailll on Saturdaj SSeptember 2 at 28 1 o clock pm I on the preroisQs 2 miles west of Springtield offertor saleto the highest bidder bur arm con taining 148 ACRES r This is 119 of the bestfarms in Washington county Possession given JUnuary fat 1910 Privii llege of sowing small grain ai the proper time 1 Terms made knowq on day of sale N C CAMPBELL S M BOTTOMS S M Campbell Auctioneer oth3ILo4EYiwTAJp a rEAiaONAf1 Messrs Johq Wigginton And CewisThomas of Fin hvijle Shelby county visited at Mrs M JWaters lasbt week Mr and Mrs P J Thomas are spending this week m Shelby countyMissSue Ray is visiting ber unclei Mr Allen at Bloomfield Wrs G E Medley is visiting in Owensiforo Lfissj heij aunt M rs Alice McEl roy j Miss Ceramie Straus remains the guest of the Misses Hertlein Miss Margaret Spaldinglarid enIdillgIt1eMr Downing Robertson is at tending school jn YirginiaII II Miss Mabel day for Hamilton College Lex ington f fIMrs Kate WiHiams is in Louis yule and Lexington this week IRev L Pa ynes has return a visit to his parents in Missouri Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein accompanied by Miss Sophie Hertlien are attending the State Fair jn Louisville 2 Messrs Mike and David Fitzgerald were in Louisville Sun day T Mr Chris Hertlien was visit ing in Bloom ld Sunday RIM Grundy and Mis Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati this week Mrs Miillican is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week studying the fall styles in Millinery Miss Frederick of Lexington is the guest of Miss Laa a Shehatl Mesrs Kent Smith and John F Simms were in Bardstown Monday Mrs J R Smith of Bloom field visited her children here the first of the week Mr Lyraan Barber has re turned to school at the Universi ty of Wisconsin t Rev Jas Mackin passed through town MordayI Mrs Ben Spaldingl is in Owpnsboro this week Mrs Ella Mont meryi is visiting her mother at Early Times Mrs Mag Scott and son Joe have returned to their home at Winchester after a visit tto the family of Mr J J McCabe SMrs J W Kelly and son E 9are in Louisville this week Mr Joe Bishop and wife are in Louisville tOdlYc Miss Eli en Wathen returned fromf Bardstown Junction last n JrMiss Mabel Price has returned from a two wetfks visit to hefr sister Mrs Jese Rapier who accompanied her home twIts JIWtmsattand children of Louisville are visiting rela lives here i Miss Louise Echart cf Louis ville is visiting Miss Flo aMudd Mr Jas Shaltz came home from Tatham today Miss Maria and B amtJtbn Merimee of Louisville revisIt ing t1e family of Mr Ben Hay dbn Mr Andrew cunningrlim was in Louisville Judge W E Selecman and family are spending the week in M idiJ sbQro Mr Greg Edelen was in Louisville Wednasday lMiss Nellie Ruby Reidel1 is ill with typhoil fever Little George Haydon is ill with typhoid fever Mr John Kelly wife andbaby are in louisyilletbday Dr W F Trusty jis JIl with typhoid fever SS Jack McChord and John S McElroy Wave returned to enI tral University where they will each accept a position as teacher in that institution Miss Annie Huddleston of Riley Station is visiting Mr und MrsRj C Canary Mrs W D MqElroyenCertain ed at flinch Tuesday v UISoiliVllleMiss Katie Cain entertained i Miss Eckhart Tuesday at six oloIdinnS Bust ever Used A B Heinlein Harrison IdohO sis I hive used Dr Bells PineTar ifom eyfor coughs and cOlds and it Jsthe best I have ever tried Look for the Bell on the Bottle ii i J ec iv1nt Fall G odg Every Day Now f You should see the greatest hnej Mensi Fine Suis fr hig1better111gb Art Clothe IIThe 6 Goes with eaCh SSuit bi I Oyercoat IIWe are also receiving daily our Winter Shoes 1t and Boys Women and Children v r and 2itOUosieryJ 7d fi r il h J IINewUnderyeari c t IIThe RobortsouClaybrookeP Co I INCORPORATEDS LEBANONSPRINGFIEU AUTOMO BILElINE SCUEDULES Leave Lebanon Leave Spryj fleld L N Station VaJtqnHotel 730 a m 830 a m 1030 am IWO ptm 400 pm T 500 pm 630 p ra 730 p i- ni0Oam Sunday 200 pm REPORT OF THE CONDITIOfi- OP THE FIRST NftTIOML BANK OP SPRINGFIELD Atsprlngfleld in the State of Ken tuckYat thecloseaf business September I 1909 No 1767SRESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4268t6S88A Overdrafts secured and un secured 1 795307- U S Bonds to secure cir fcnlatioh 5000000 Banking house furniture Sand fixtures f 400000 Due from National banks not reserve ajjents 67681 Due from State and Pri vate banks and bankers Trust Companies and SaVIngs banks 391251 Due from approved reaerv edalientsM 547810 Notes of other National banks 24000 Fractional l paper currency nickles and cents 6565 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE INiBANK viz Specie 8 977530- 1ega1 tender noteS1035J0020129aO- Redemption fund with U SIivciCoTrr PII u Mii 1i circulation 250000 Total 334935 1TT maITI a Capital stock paid in 000000 Surplus fund L 3500000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 4658 14 National Bank notes out standing J 5000000 Due to other National banks 6548 Due to State and Private I 399871fndivldoaldeposits to check 15932071 Time certiflcatesof deposit 5404415 Bills payable including Cer tlficates of Deposit fo- rthoneyborrpwed4 1000000 To all4 538349435 STATE or KESTUCKT cooNTt or INOTOJf 89 I A C McElroy cashier of the above named bank do solemnly awtar that the above statement its true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C MCELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before theI this llt day of September 1909 CUAS M McCHORD Notary Public CoBnECT AtW- stBLLITSEY JON V LEVIS Directors W D CLAYBROOKEr Go With A RushjT- he demand for that wonderful Stoma hachLiyer and Kfdfhey cure ndltpgnever saw the like Its because they never taU to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills an Malaria Only 25c Sold by Haydon Rob rtsqn i r I A Practical Demonstration Tlw best Way tp study nature is to go right to It suppose so Oh I know it Ivas bnce disposed to doubt the Industry of the ant of which so much is said And you leiirned better I did I had a controversy with a naturalist over the question and 1 thought fhad him beaten until he gave me demonstration n rook you out and showed you the ants uFwork did beT Well not exactly that but he took me along on one of lila scientific expe dition nhd then maliciously pitched my tent4verian ant hill By the time I discovered what was happening the conviction was forced upon me that anfcrare really and truly industrious They are small but they made me move and some of them Went right along with us to the next eamp- IPpIaeeW York Times J I4i 4444 4 DRINK r 1 FAN TAft t rtJt l 1 The Dririklhat helps you ftilnKA J t J The Drink of the Fans Rich Red wd Biacy 6 1x i t LoIci Geed Fan TazItTutea GHaidf i It IrGoo L LAN TAZ The Pendant d1 4 lrKLlST TAZ fhetiit of the I TRY ITAND RIND ourn i ts Sparkling ExhrJarainat i + r Katie Hertlein 4 Brest 4i3ss SODA OOvNTA1N t 1 1 OJt r i Do You WttM To Buy A FARMitrt We can sell you on any sixeay locaMo say price We are ready at ill times to ar wjoaSandseeus About FARuS4 f11il ce 100 h t fY 4 J I f in pig Lauds See partial liatbtfcifV JitI2 J t Nol 160 acres 5 miles from Lebanon 3 1Ii1left gfrfiHtitH V room dwelling in good repair 3 barns plenty of fjnui pfeaty 1water all under good fence Price 35000 per acre v v No 2237 acres six miles fromSprinrlle14piM2dwelling houses 2 stock barns 90 acres of new lindl pictttjr of graS plenty of never faiUng1 water all under good fenceSNo3 195 acres 1 mile front Springfield i direlUac J dwelling houses 2 barns plenty of water all of farla r1Ul I1 under good fence Price 5p per acre n No4861a2 acres 1 mile east of Mackville 8 rNta d jjIHpfc good tobacco barn all outbuildings fine orchard of 9M tree r uf kinds of frut alt under good fence t plenty of water p4it of grass Price 3500 No5 128 acres 7 miles frO Springfield 11 vile froii jll e 5 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobac o barn sw pfei tf of timber good stock barn all the farm will raise Mcj Prfc 345 per acre No 6 120 acre 7 room dwelling 12 acre tobacco iMrin fee stock barn 100 acres fine river bottom land 2ftcr of uya aH under good fence no overflow land Price IMVj ptlJIICf w t NoT 200 acres on good pike brick dwelHaft tMMiat j3 tobacco barns fine tobacco land at jeast pMMalf it iMt 1ar q land Price 340 peracreS t No8 12 acres 1 mile from SpringfieW eu p4 S r jdwelling in good repair good barn aIIu derfeM feMei ptyof fruit plenty of water Price 2500V 4rNo9 150 acres 1 mlle frompike l1C04HltT ftirl il4J Loretto7 room dwelling in g odrCpalr aU Udc fciin gtaIS except 16 acres1 plenty of water te4os aol rraI route flue stock burn 60 ft Square P entytaacco a P30 per acre I No 10 9014 acres 3 miles from SpriMffieW eIttC 0 roOm dwelling in good repair tobacco barn 38x ool t ejr under good fence plentyof locust post Piice I Lake Bosley- I f i EYES TIJTEDb 1010t t i3q M1iEWELER AND OPTIS pI r V tT l TIItPf N LbT U h 3 MUGSNIEI W1 I J t TiMpi rjft iL MovlcNuv t 1 WMM t Jt tllClJIfrrlruCA 1Or 4 4 r4 IisM if bs1 K1 r h PirK b t iJ JT 3kIPt t hsd expeI rh u d tffi WIact fjr5x to study tV Jj i ii f fci l l yrz eMMvtMMbe wMte IW ate t to H T Wk 4a Iit fl tII 1N i UK1M7IM1 t i fa 11 Iiseiay t7iit pMIs sew W a Ms at ts fan It raajr jBejW fattew that be i to iara JlH iiCt his aiear ear pay tttfaf iM sjBeae typ aad ajaiflar Mj0aaatai teaifa IM tlwrt are sI7s ayjfca to a a aaaiair ef details W ttttff saK ta theeij that the M r ewijai WMt study careidly abd If ike wishes to guard against JIlIflhio treattaaa he te almpet t tOItkMQw1ttenIy a k hCt1Q ot th car Ow 01 Ili1f tbtaf to stodr In a 4 tta 7Mm oC teWScatk + t sI4 bI hM a4 s1 tJoaf tlle ttMWc- J i1p xeske sply te the qmTw wwalty earapW plj1 sta ata HW iftMMtally Mi more oU past eveatsalLr ltar a lift rwMtinr 80 the eH ply puld o be put down fee l li wiji4bbeyMpto 4k IuIse after the dt111 beea IV 0saka dowaby aH ARst sets and bolts skovNL j aiivHt after L 1Ufl especially I lfL dtee i parts of tae pn b iAft ak tIUeeetckvMler plBiar w i ftc sets of ui earfttiBC tthofe of eke steerlag swpetlvtote verify the freedom of gasoline r aiMi Mbrtcatlac oil pipes frog Ii4tirhia t ariaing from dirt or waste IWti liwtaaki ciIIit t the sevke H nay lad tM iswlsg ree let 6M Mti the hii1ic of fate car it be jut lM iiilber Ii eto8e te ladace here Mt ariatkfM aecesaary with I tN First ill the gas lfae teal plac a fwrntT with a stralaer Next M thejwe4 r task and see that thetafi tt tfce blefjhe water ya MM tKeleeed flit all grease boxes and see that axle boxes are labrkated and tMt Hie ret bee to aMatlfally sup 1 iMeI Trtth I Isdet For thte a this Mweraud eft to beet It too thicjfe the f fear iprWeto cut a track IB it without pHtar ttteBMeJrec The addttioa ef a Jew ew cea 9txgooH graphite to bee Ida ja Meet leases t Fttl aM atop er other labricatew With aceed metor eil aot too thick leriraTel aleug the ptfm aad see that tM WHkeue et the IROterJtu Its t filM iMiB amd that the steer iIi1a l cfcatea are atoo atfiad eijpf Tan Os awl adjwt IKk ton Mti brake aad aee that chaage aptaiiiefjNr to la HIt of gear poaitlOllI atoe sttIssa are pumped up liaM1 JM eb cwto 791 will haTe both troa bk lutreesJL t sj Mrtlog haadle to see that MVBriaalMi Ii peed then opea gaao lWikwltch s carreat aad start the aMe adjwtiag mlxtare If neces 1k1 so lrligilftf the Met ralre sticks j theti Ii SealOJtIt Ito ttry te start with ia o JIMI Wsw4 etue yltch taried L If 1Iu eftfn been attempted but hg1s Drop in your cktcb er YegaatyasL- trythabIst llext te having P rts of a Vehicle so peetwafjaJI rtNl to te have then easily I Lwhe ta the natural order e4ftwsIe they do have to be attended 4 tm the early types of motor hfctiaa ao ether feature of value was J lere vetlected than this Vaay proBriDeBt society leaders abroad own Ata r caa baHt cars of thes othir type but Americas bftft car baa heretofore been placed In tfe jaraine ta reyal fa sally The or l ter NeettHy fMcedlpr an American Fi4setri by bto royal teaifesty the king fiI as Iga gratlfyiBs evideBce that AatericMB deatgfccn have sarpassed the best e4eVOIS e European motorcar aasuftturereTe to tt er for tthe king of i I Mam to ssqutionably one of the raost 1 stegatftiir appointed cars ever made iMcu tad body are standard Squlent ABd 1tJi noteworthy for he aiepuKe luxury aad reineme of Ms i td dycrPbe ten to joad of special leather 1seeed M white The dash an- dkiers aee ia white patent leather The We PeM and front of the hood ae Hittaiaita With the crest of the Tie car to uphoteterpd in a delicate tp k friaacteth the royal color Sr XiKM with vergray Persian broad JaeeA tapestry pair rolls and a sliver fay Mc ed aid seaming lace AHa tal parts art silver laedt and It has tiN stiver electric lamps and e aieter eaee The krer handles are of awifH The hoed has beveled ghts- scurII ialK Bf4 tJIadlu tlisrear- r f Thto etfberaietr fBlshed car Is in ted for the peraenal see of the king iI at lSasteccae4se te Basgkok hat IIIIC nrI Pk Wee PWi KftTW le JIIpswes C uldrM 4 jifce jyiiaa aes had entered that rtyA ieatoa caHed awtrlowny IeM ft was his feat Caese 1stI waa baMiH xbiw a we fHt nJ- njlMIH ttlattlleJkr Whet ye bare nay Jktle lifer U of aptate Yl be MM rarsttQjiji akiy eapt tsr twO iwr a ItHa jrm ittwMrnHtf5Aitv 1 firm Mtt ueete id ciutroittliML eg replied the sos tT vxdrieeet 1Ihae1 t M mass tIse the r7 thIs4 g tt aned hi 01 her s ft t Ike taste 0f5 fBt reltoiMHi It wattiMa ay 1 Wsetsdt to W the z YsesMos tuSr if 1ta4pothee wasted t eIr t iJTI4t was t l I than i fwforftiti W Am lawr wwiderate l waa wit utf mil mfgmv ne tjcuyea Saturday noon to Tuesday mom ro1u Bar Harbor and then we spent the rcet of the umer at Saratoga Yes j indeed tf the ohliBMB added with a i4i thats theoaly way te ftll with I beIawhH aate1citkiurotk 1YI HhHJ hUH Ctltl the Maw Eattrs 41tlNdla the tradlfioae of folklore are MBieMtw and strange Among those ertalateg to the tiger the foUowlaf are the most itecaUar The uneducated 1JIt4MJ1d he is In the treat major tty beilerea that the ghost of a man killed by a tiger rides oa the head ot bi Ticajst that slew him to warn him i dnrizcr arrI to guide him to new Vlc ihas It Is declared that God provides fcr tue tigers dally wants to the auiuuut ofl rupee a daythat is to say if the tiger kills accalf wprth 6 rapees hfi will not be allowed another victim for five days Bating the Ae koCatiger Is supposed to give one great courage and alertnew but the whiskers must first te staged off the beast or his spirit will haunt tie man who fed off him sad JeM likely to be turned Into ttfer la the next world The following Incident really occurred in a small laliaB village la the l ferior Onebf the villagers was BfftBMtely killed bya tiger The Investigated the accldeBtal death rendered this verdict Pandu died of a tiger eating hIm There was no ether camse of death Nothing was left ef him save his bones and some fin fers which probably belonged to eI- ther the right or left band Wasbtng oa IttarIThe WerW Wtnt ft euus- dWbe1Bloghs senior on the occa slom of his annual party was obliging his gaests with TIn Love Tbafakes the World Go Bound Master WI1 liam Blpgglns seized the opportunity to retire for a few minutes behind the Japaaeee screen with Ills sires hilt smoked cigar The applause subsiding Master Blog gins was observed by one of the com pany to be looking far from jwell His face had taken on the hue of putty and Ills eyes stood out like small hat pegs Good gracious Willie Whats the matter cried Mrs Bloggjns in alarm UI beeBsmOk1pgwmle Tllmt that he declared untruth tally If Its true what fathers been stagIng about II rereckon Im in lover London Express AxtrBnamlcal Some curious and interesting astro inomical phenomena are recorded in the old Chinese annals which gOback- to a great antiquity In 687 B C a ibt is mentioned without clouds and without stars This may perhaps refer to a total eclipse of the sun but If so the ectpse is not mentioned in the Chinese list of eclipses In the year 141 B ti it Is stated that the sun mooB appeared of a deep red color andI lag Ave days a phenomenon which caused great terroiv among the peo 111stareral stars of ordinary size This probably refers to an unusually large bolide or tire balL In 38 B C a fall ef meteoric stones is recorded Get the Hard Stuff JedsonHa Ha Ha Silas Whats Jtfte Joke Jedson Jedson Why Just Is soon as the county went prohibition old Hiram Hardapple got buncoed Silas What was thegame Jedson Why Hiram gotac1rcular that stated some firm up in town would send him a keFof hard stuff for 2 Hiram sent the 2 and smacked his lips Silas oshlAnd what came back Jedson Scrap iron and th- eyseMjtwahahtheyd sen him a keg of spikes at the nsual ratesCh1cagoNews Sorry Hi Spoke I was a fool when J ninrrl d you But youre wiser now You can beFam Well Ive Improved you a little then havent 1Cleveland Leader He Was Trusty Mrs Handoqt 1 would like to whether you are a trustworthy kDowI cter Dusty Stryper Why lady at the last place I worked they called me a trustySt Louis Republic Canvtnciftg His Chum J hBnyfln fht garden Father father look out ff the wlndowl Father putting out his bead What a nuteance you cUlldren are What do you want now Johnny with a triumphant glance tit his playrellowTomxny Brooks wouldnt believe youd got no hair oa he top of your hendLondon TitBits Only Lunch Have luncheon trdny XoJte TbouKht saw you going out Yon did but had lunch notI nncboon I + only had t15 cpnts jtn iand Exehunge rLet ns niitlalk HI nf our enemies Thvy only neVpr lt4 1PURHou iayf iRule For ei and it Tuore hdr biIfJ illnr v lau doubt chen many of tln boys ihil plrls imvn ibeeu puzzled abut tile proper use ol Al nud IP In such words as ncelvo and ellevp wfath hitvo tIll IonlI sound our need tthey levi itsliitnunJ ti iu knowledge It for many grownjips confess to the same pit there iie H very simple rule hoivever easllj hornelnmlnd1 that will jielpyjou for ver tQor rOn e Ibis doubt The con Honniits c and sj hould be followed by and all other consonants by leeJ- t j1tttntt t In twq vords sl fge wand lc trrtIiV Iifflstottowl d by IP Is not flix an eas3 thing to remember Cbl i ago News Her Dog His wife made n fool yf him What rensou havf vou fur 1IJ111 lhatr v havehlx own wdrd for lt Gctoutrt hae flesayit that idIIi4b hi kVes to his wlfeUomstol11 oat the Old Mistake Di man dat answers a gold brfeU- ilrcBlar ndfrUucIe Eben mn es do- Md mistake loHtead o tellln Satan git behind Mm he thinks bL1U git- abead egaJanWaabinjrton Star ITlttfConttI pnt stol your l1ulllrpfill1 Tw- tt jalntiyttit hoijiT J will swear 4lctfl 11 tlt an Sit IJe uer 1- u Get Well U youOfcourseyoudo anqmi If your illness is caused by female trouble you ItsOrduirelievedyou from iome female trouble T IIU I J3I- j For Womens Ills Ert lannie Elli ofF oatcr XfE roffereicT agony for TeD years Bead her letter about CarduL She writes I was sick for veryneulydiecured CtrduiJs a Godsend to suffering worn Tit it AT ALL DRUG STORES FOOTBALL SQEBOIL Summary of Eve nts fiarded For 4 Gridirons by Colleges M NYINTERSECTIONAL GAMES Chicago Illinois Sewanee and Michl aan Will Line Up Against Eastern Elevens Carllile Indians to Play First Geme Sept 11 The football season begins Ina month or so and already many of the most promising players of the big cojfege elevens are practicing for the seasons play which will be started on Sept 18 when thd Carlisle Indians will line up against the East End team at Carlisle Unlike former years the red men will not appear In games that will require long journeys throughout the country their only match of Importance outlde of the east being against St Louis universi ty at St Louis on Thanksgiving day Intersectloual battles tIlbe more popular this year than ever Pennsyl vania will meet Michigan for the third time In successloj FtankJIn field Philadelphia belnff the ground on which this years game will played Princeton has arranged a contest with the Sewanee team from Tennessee while Cornell will receive a return visit fromCoach Staggp Chicago elev at Itfiaca IAt Syracuse which IIen badly beaten by Coach Yosts AnuItertaih Illinois o the home grIdiron The complete recordlor schedule of games to be played by all the promi neat college teams east west and south Is as follows Saturday Sept 18 Carlisle Indians ver sus East End AjC of Steelton at Car lisle Wednesday Sept Carlisle Indians versus Lebanon Valley college at Carlisle Pa Saturday Sept Carlisle1 Indians versus Vftlanpva at Carlisle Syracuse versusF Homllfon at Syracuse Brown versus New Hampshire at Providence Pennsylvania versus Gettysburg at Philadelphia Min nesota versus Lawrence at Minneapolis Wednesday Sept 29TTale versus Wes leyan at New Haven Harvard versus Bates at Cambridge Saturday Oct Carlisle Indians ver sue Bucknell at Carlisle Yale versus Syracuse at New Haven Penn versus Dickinson at Philadelphia Princeton ver Stevens at Princeton Harvard versus Bojcdoln at Cambridge Dartmouth ver sus Vermont at Hanover 11011 Iowa at Minneapolis Chicago versus Purdue at Chicago Cornell versus RensI selaer Institute at Ithaca West Point versus Tufts at West PoIntL Indlahayver sus De Pauw at BioqmingtonUWednesday Oct ftYUle versus Holy Cross at New Haven Princeton versus Vlllanova at Princeton Annapolis versus St Johns at Annapolis Saturday Oct 9Yale versus Springfield T S at New Haven Harvard versus Williams at pambrldge Princeton versus Ivordham at Princeton Penn ver carIIthaca West Point versus Trinity at West Point Annapolis versus Rutgers at Annapolis Syracuse versus Rochester at atlProvidenceat Hanover Chicago versus BowdoInI Chicago Minnesota iersus Ames neapolis Michigan versus Case at Ann Arbor Saturday Oct 16tYale versus West Point at West Point Harvard versus Maine at Cambridge Princeton versus Sewanee at Princeton Penn versus Brown veijsusSyracuseYqrkCornellAnInaP011sDartmouth versus Williams at HanOver Chicago versus Illinois at Chicago Min nesota versus Nebraska at bmaha Mich igan versus Ohio State at Ann Arbor Saturday Oct 31Yale verpus Colgate at New Haven Harvard versus Brown at CAmbrldge Princeton versus Lafayette at Princeton Penn versus Pennsylvania State at Philadelphia Carlisle Indiana versus Plttsburg at PIttsburg Cornell versus Vermont at Ithaca West Point versus Lehlgh at West Point Annapolis versus Virginia at Annapolis Syracuse versus Niagara at Syracuse Dartmouth versus Amherst at Amherst Michigan versus Martiuette at Milwaukee Wednesday Oct 27 Indians versus Wisconsin r at Madison Sewanee versus Georgia Tech nJAtlanta Mississippi versus Alabama at Columbus Saturjlay Oct Yale versus Amhcrst at New Haven Harvard versus West Point at West Point Princeton versus Annapolis at Annapolis Penn versus Car lisle Indians tt Philadelphia Cornell vcr sus Williams at Ithaca Syracuse versus Michigan at Aiin Arbor Brown vctsua Amherst Aggie at Providence Dart mouth versus Holy Crosa at Hanover West and South Chicago versud Min nesota at Minneapolis SttLOuI8 versus Indians at St Louis Iowa versus MIs Court at Iowa City Saturday Nov Yale versus Brown at New Haven Harvard versus Cornell at Cambridge Princeton versus Dartmouth at Princeton Penn versus Layette at Philadelphia Carlisle Indians versus George Washington at Washington West Point versus Springfield T S at West Point Annapolis versus Washington and Jefferson at Annapolis Syracuse Versus Tufts at Syracuse Pennsylvania Stato versus Bucknell at Lewlsburg Pa Chf cagd versus Northwestern at Chicago Michigan versus Notre Dame at Ann Ar borSt Louis versus Sewanee at St Louis Iowa versus Drake at Des Mottles In diana versus Illinois at Champaign Saturday Nov Yale versus Prince ton at Row Haven Harvard versus Dart mouth at Cambridge Penn versus Mich igan at Philadelphia Carlisle Indians ret sus Gettysburg at Carlisle Cornell vcr Bus Chicago at ithacat West Point versus VmanoY at West3 Point Annapolis Versus Western Reserves at AnnapolIs Syracuse versUS Colgate at Brown versuafVermont at S7acuseI Saturday Noy Yale versus versusBrowngroundsCornellPoint versus Washington and Jefferson at West Point Annapolis yersus David vtrsusUUnolsa ar s consln at cnicago jumnesotu versus Michigan at Minneapolis Iowa versus Kansas at Lawrence Indiana versus Put due at Bloomlngtdh dayPenuisyltraniaphia Carlisle Indians versus St Louis at pPoloWest Point versiu fSaturdayNoV Pennsytvanlft at Plttsburg baseball grounds THE CAMERA Seme of the Wonderful Thins of Which It Is Capable The camera which divides time Into thousandths ofa second and records the Impressions of each makes perma neat pictures of events which pass too quickly for the dull human retina t recognize It Is only through tve cam era that the motions of the n ngs of flying bIrds and of the legs of swift analyzedIi swiftly speeding locomotives standout clear cnt and stationary while each flying drop of rain lu the driven storm Is distinct and seems frozen In Its place The tarpon fisherman fa miliar with the first wild leap of thu frenzied fish as It casts book and bai fifty feet in the air sees first In the finished picture the outstretched gills the convulsive opening anti closing of which had reaped his eye however closely he mny have looked for It Often the eye of the camera will de tlpb r docHmenta of which the writing bad been substantially Obliterated by age and I have surfessfully copied with the cnrijpri flU Bitterly faded pho tojiraph of n lasstuale of forty years previous anil thereby heon enabled to proHeut to rlzzkd veteran a likeness oT hlcurly haired youth Changes lu1i t pigment of the skit undlscuvenilli by the eye appear with distinctness cu the sensitive plate unl- It Is bald that ample warning of proachlng disease has been thereby given By means of the Invisible rays lying beyond the violet of the spectrum ob Jecte may be photographed In the darkness and with the aid of the so called X rays through substances otherwise opaque When from the darkness of night and storni the forked lightning flashes the camera makes a vivid aud permanent picture of each fiery troll Creatures that travel by night can be caught Mu the brief blaze of a ruing neslutn Charged pistol the flash of which Is of too short duration for the creature to move or the dull human eye to fecosnlze the subjectA W JJIUIOCK In 4OlUeua it JAPAN A LAND OF COLOR Farms of Two or Three Acres Divided Into MaRY Tiny Fields Land Is so scarce in Japan ned the people sonumerous that a farm rarely consists qf more than an acre or two These little farms are divided UI tutu tiny fields During the season of the year In whlchwe made ourjpurneyoue of these fields was flllcd with sprout Ing barley light green In color anotb er field perhaps the next with vetch a lavender colored cloverllke fodder a neighboring field with a dark green grass from the seed of which n lamp oil Is manufactured another with IheI pale yellow flowers of the mustard and scattered here and there Gelds tIlled with what looked Ijke a variety of lily some white some red iome yellow but all equally brilliant j Then to get the complete picture you must Imagine patches of flowering azaleas dotting the roadside towering round topped camellia trees breaking the sky line with frequent splashes of bright green usually In the shade these trees houses with white plastered walls and red tiled roots about tin more pretentious of these houses white plasteredlwnlls above which I1rp nredII a profusion of palms roses and OMYUlOtframed them I have traveled In but one othei country that is so gayly colored nut that was some tow yea si ago when In the couipaiy of a number i f otbet youngsters and an evil smelling magi lantern I used to make frequent visit tto the Laud of Primary Colors George MacAdam In Outing Magalno Good Kitchen Company One housewife lu thls town know anything about the docsulI 1cm at least so much of It as has to do wlthlhc keeplug of a maid of ul work the quality of such service not being counted This is because her servants always become devoted ttoher because of her brightness and mag nanimous treatment of them Haying only fIdone servant of doubtful Jlklll and qccompllshments this housewife has to spend a good deal of time InII her own kitchen The other day Julial expressed her appreciation this way Miss Faniy yo ceUnly i kitchen compuy Loulsvlller Times UT4wo Hamlets Sir Beerbobm Tree and Wilson Bar rett gave London their production of Hamlet almost cpmemporaueously A well known wit whb was asked hit opinion of the dual HamUts non chulantly madeanswer Trees flaw let Is funny without befog vulgar but Barretts Is vulgar without funny belnJ HINTS fOR fARMfBS The Canada Thfstle bytbel Is appUedro corn says quo Homestead They may be cut off three or tour times but there Is an opportunity In the tall for the thistles to make con slderable growth and during this time the root system strengthens so that they are ready for business Just as yearTherethistles by ordinary culture methods Where sheep can be kept this Is pos sibly the most Inexpensive way of getting rhlor thistles because It Is a well known fncttliat they are con stunted readily by sheep Of course It pitsIpreference to any other or alt kinds of plantst but when pastures dry up a little during July and August thistles are usually succulent and at that time they seem to make rather luscious eating for sheep and for that reason we recommend the sheep meth od of destroying title pest i Swine on the Farm Inkreplnglwlllwondered why more farmers do not engage InI1hls profitable Industry writes a Maine farmer In theNew Engu land Homestead I have bred swine for many y ars hhd am a friend t6 aW but consider the Berkshire the most profitable r me to keep In order o be successful it is rieces sary td give the hogs considerable care especially at farrowing time I put my sows In pens by themselves about two weeks before farrowing time and feed them bran and flour made Into a swill Mix with hot water and occasionally add sotpe salt and little linseed oil Give them about all they will eat Under this treatment II never have any trouble from sows eating their pigs After pigs pre born feed lightly for first week and Increase feed as pigs grow older I generally wean pigs at four to six weeks of age IAdvantage of Draining Soil Concerning the subject of drainage thetIncidental advantages it affords the farmer In the first place it lengthens the season because drained ground inIductlon because the farmer can do his 1work more nearly when it ought to bo edsIIttobviates the Injury to but fields by tramping by stock when wet It pro vents Injury to our crops by heaving Itsrcracking open In drying It does away as nothing else can with the uncer tainties of agriculture and puts the farmer jn a position where he cri Icount as other business men do on certain returns from labor and capital thvestedF ll Allen in Rural New Yorfcer Dairy Cleanliness Clean cows clean clpthes and clean dry hands for the milker should be the unvarying rule of every dairy Special milking suits should be worn and frequently washed A small topped pall would prevent a large amount of dirt from falling Into the milk Palls cans strainers cool comesIl washed clean and sterilized Steriliz lag means heating to 212 degrees F It may be done by boiling water orI by steam It cannot be done by start Ing with boiling water In one can and pouring it from can to can to dean half a dozen Tbe easiest way to do thorough work is to use steam Agri cultural Department Bulletin Fertilizing Grass Land 4JLeweimuments at the Rhode island station itwR fe fc2 SWUUige of 400 500 pounds per acre of super phosphate and 300 to 350 pounds of murlqte of potash and nitrate of soda applied asau annual top dressing from April 15 to 23 would maintain a good yield of timothy without the ruse of stable manure which Is subjebl to the objection that the OJr lejun decomposed material of the manure re malnlug upon the ukeadow likely t be raked nil wltlHtInt hay and that thr manure KometlHJes has the effect of reducing the quality of the grass bj causing a rant growth or by the In troduiUion of weeds 1Thf War Upon Quack Grass Throughout the linrj Invert quack grn s Is spreading su rapidly that tin btffter class of farmers are quite con ccrutd The MIlnnetuttii experiment sntlon expects to take one of tho worstt quark grass farms In the stat 1imd try different methods of killing out the quaclv It Is said tlut tbis farm grows nothing hut quack atd for that reason iught to present n good subjectt for the experiment All sort InIcludliii cjose pnsturlnc and dluzhig up in nuiict rfI The Cause of Many tSudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing jn this country most dangerous because so decep tiveIanysuddenTlII41 diIpneumoniaIfailnre or iI i apoplexyare often- the result of kid Iney disease If L kidney allowcdtoadvance trouble is thekidneypoison attackinthelamebacknervousicelIralmost always result andbetterquickest by a proper treatment of the kid tokoldurineand overcomes that unpleasant necessity throughtheduringIeeffectdis soon realised It stands the highest be ause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRoot sId by all druggists in fiftycentSand oiedol1ar size ottIes You may have smp1e bottle and a book that tells alt about it both sentfree by mail Address Dh Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y gnuany mistake but remember the same S JnpRoot and doott let a dealer sell you something m place SwampRoot if ton doyou ytill be disappointed ai se Ia 0 t rJ- I 5lJ gft 17 Believing that the peopleI of Kentucky G Jlrwj Iwill be interestedin the organization of thc le oJi I t i Cir J Ie itizensJJtl 1 t i 1 t y irtJti I oA Rational 7It q ffI rt r i zt t Ii f J C ft 4c JifeI s = Zlfj jJ i i iJ tfdt a coj r Yif i IInsurance S tRT t JiI r Company d- J Irr j t fIBelieving that they WAN1uch a companJjbe1ieY1Di 1 tfjt f IthattheywiflSUPPORT such JL company by suUcribinf for ivf4fts L1will publish in this paper CYpty wtk tkrII CI dt i r I amount of subscription to date The workof fetmf x 4 i1 tIf subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are fr f the amounts of subscriptions for echweek iL4Oj t I i 0 4 t jyjft pi First Week Augustyttc r I 2toJop suJf1J Jf t 10696000I 1ggl 0 ft t r wti fc 1Total Second Week August9 11 t J 1 lrS2OO24d0rl tr i i tt t fttFI f ijTotal Third 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modesty 1 presume by diligent appU Ration Chicago Tribune t The Surgeons Charger I bear youre dissatisfied with your doctors bull Yes I doat think hes entitled to 2ro for that operation Why not1 Because If he was hed claim more Philadelphia Ledger Grudging Praise Did the critics say anything favor able about your performance of Ham lcU Yes answered Mr Stormlngtpn Barnes They admitted that I had f selected a pretty good tzlayWash lugton Star Sterile Ground ChollyTCawnt Imagine wbats the mattab with Gussle There seems Jo be somctbinc preying on hlsjnlnd Hiss SbarpeOh whatever It IsMet it alone It will probably die of starya tlonPhlladclpbIa Public Ledger a Like Tendencies Frlen lHoy Is your star spending his free tlrac now Manager H 8 fallen inj love anti hes just mooning around Bnltlraore Amerlcnn i The Physical Cultured qi r- iOtt dread the physical culture ijlrl For reasons faf more than one Jhe knoWs too much of science I featf And things that shouldnt bo don 1 Early to bed still early to rise Is one of her watchwords true She wont sit up late nor keep a date I As some other girls will do She wont let me kiss her worst of alL Kisses are microbus says she jhtj wont hold hands It wrinkles these v r She really said that to me The isnt the ruby of olden time Although ahe may be a pearl IIt I want tnnie fun really must sh- ueiYioiiuioiiri f The Not SistersfNow aad ajaia yoa ee twf weespess lag down the street whe leek Ilk sisten You are teeto team that they ses otlteraader aad you realiaa tfikt a woaua at forty or fortyfive migbt to frat her fies4ad fairest Why intk so The feaeral heakk oi weaiaa w so is tiaiately associatedwith the toeil iMaMi or the seseetielly fsmleiss rjsss list there caa be ap red eaeek aad reaad form where there is leaialc wsskaeii- Wasae who hayS entered Jraaa this trouble have levad prpt and sure sk the we ef Dr r It Favorite Fresariaclea ft sjhree ir eJ vilasy Ie 111 waaaaafcaad it clears the i4ees biissu tile I end redaaaa the afceeki or hebiforetreli M eeataiasd ia ipj5NAy ekw8IHII y et Dr Piene by riises esy JMWII held as yeelai Nd aeswesd is a pisu It iWorlds DtfaeaMry Meaieal Aseeeietiea D1V Ps pei- ii fiJ t l it4r Women Suffer 1 I from Diseased ELi=DrkiAnd Most Won Do Hiii Not Knawtntf HW 4 Real GaoM of their Conditioa These poor BufftriBc wosea have bettiled to believe that their 11 misery of mind and body k amthre ly due to i11J01 their lie xH Usually the kidneyp and bladder are ro- sponsible or largely 1M AM 1L cases the kidneys and hlaef IIuch the organs that se d sad must havo attention Those toturlus enervating sick r headaches c ng palM In bock groin and llxus bloating and iwell t IDC of the c traltiei extreme j nervousness or 1yaterla listless iiess and contx t tired irenKHit rfeeiisgar altapsl certain aymp rtoma af disordered and dliieni llddieys bladder and liver DeWlttM Kidney anti JNadder JPilla Jiave IK thousands fit caeee teem mtrateJ as remarkably beBeScial m all guch eqadltloM of female erganism affordWaT the most prompt relief sad jnaaeat beltam illustratk e what theee do Mrs a1tn7J ofiriU P IAll4 kt wri4es that she JM rHh Wiaey troubi1e aad is k now Will aM that tkeee P1H Jare wmet cUred her TM7 are Teey feta t ta ttaka u e peolsesasi iaI terMac Etupot the a yrofy ateokotk U ipip tJ apt L 0Itthive tM steIarr araNiwItkLtssdInISIIsWMNa- nd Ii bM bshe t 11M by se I jDo It tda ff SOLD BY RED ROsD tIG STOBEJ kI