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guarantee IttiI cure aSc every where 0 6 ttfA f- ii M T itDIMIh AI8iIrica Tocc y Ther jis no question before morejythan hwhole sibject of theI railing mirkeiitiKV mantifacliir Ping and tale dttocoJ and the pirolto accriiing from toepror dection of the weed to the vari ous men h2threstedthe grower ihe jaiddle man and the mafitK ivtures Tbtthernybe iwme reali jwitori of the OItttainedby the rnnufactuter we take fro- mtkYIStreet Journailall rfci showing the dividends paid on the cpmmpn stack pf the American Tohabcc Gptnpany orb Six year trout 190o to 1910 inciusi e The aggregate of tim dividends paid in tlr se years as lfow is seventy millicds of parIValue of the capi Wl stock pf Vtbe American Tpbacco Cpnipadyj every share of which is water as UIQ as falls frota the heavens The cpmnipn stpckpf this cpm panjr represents no investment j pftnoneyj but sliilp11ttepower t iof ttiiscompenyto earn money because of the combioatipn which bajienabied ittp buy its mateHal rt its Q wn price and to sellr its products atits own price j This trust has been in opera j tl t iqn for years In defianceof ihe Jaw and in contempt of pub licopinionj it hs pursued its e own sweet way Suitshavet een brought against it But upon pnevpretert or another for one assigned Veaoh after another they hive neV er been pressed toa onctus n NQ Officer of this trust has been con frcted of yibtatipn of the Cnmi llaw Seventy pillions of dollars ii ken from the people pf the ountry and distributed to those who own the common stock oft 1Illi A princely tribute it is No ting or ejnperorOf Europe has jfc large annualincome from iiiis subjects as the Am6ucan theitt Tobacco Company if 1 But though nd officer of tbjs 66mpany has been sent to jail r branded as a felon because ofs the violation of the Sherman J antitrust Jaw eightresidents of Grant county men heretofore of high character whose offense was preventing either with or- twithout force the shipmen t of t four hogsheads of tobacco hav3 been tried and convicted uaJ felons And this same American ToIl bacco Company has maintained lobbyists atthe Capitol at Frank- fOrt ard at the Capital at Wash ington it has in its employ men fwho have been elected to nigh office by the voters of Kentucky men who today hpld a commission as 5er qats of the people men who expect to receive the votes of people of the State in- C O mi a g elections Lexington Herald fDt s Cannot be Cirrt It by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf neand that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by sA InBapied dondition of the xnucpus lin tfg iof the Enstachian Tube When this tube is inflamed youhaye xum oling1 sound or imperlec nearingrand vhen it is entirely closed Deafness is theresult and unless the iriflamma fttQn can be taken out and this tube1 restored to Its normal condition hear irig will be destroyed foreyerj n1d- eout1foases ten are caused by Catarrh which ienothlnjf but an inflamed con ditipn of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any casexrf Deaf Ss caused by cotarrh Jjbat cannot be cured by Hails Catarrh Cdr Send for cir culars Jree iQ1 Cheney oTdkdoQ Sold by IrtiggiBtsr lct L f rake Halls Family Pill forconst pat1ob1 t al + r tiri KiIdatGrlLdyyille t 4KplIinJ Vance the thirteenj jrolf son of Mrv Georg- eVaneOf CfrAdfyvTUerwasl killtd 1u5Mt piace astSAturdayfte- oti in a jp ciiliar hoQibietma id r ITh fta4oB tQ tje- Ier millI turn Qt grafn Jorhirl04 ilIPithe pi11 Ioodoes tOl absft hwucaigbt4Tnepull warn ru ajnjCat falll speed and hearing smgarar noise the ailler clOse- cdnn the miflindOmmencti- nvestigation B found thfe t1fjarmtobi home and medjcal aid sura mpl dbut the Mill of physi eHans brought relief the boy died at 8 dclockSatarday nijh- tThdethof this boy makes four ichUdrea Mr Vancebas lost in thlastear three dying w- tc1mpnciagow t Times r fDr IrulWund from a knife paB fiinjcan rusty nail llrewbrks40r of any pther nature de mauidsprotnpt treatment with Buck lens Arnica Salye to prepent plopd lpoisqn orgabgrena IV 8 the quickest surest riealer for all duch wounds as also for Bnrns Boils Sores Skin Eruptions ficzema Chapped Hand- sComiorplJ 25c at Haydpn Rob rtsph c W ItEntitled to protection It iisj not generally known that tIe screech owl is the sworn eja emy of the English sparrow and for that reason should he pro tected us it ja consan1at war with the pestiferous sparrows We have npticed several violent deaths in the owl family of lie and are consequently moved to these remarks OfUbirqs Of beair and beats of the field the sparrow does most damage to the JtJ1it and crops and his extermination a consunimation o be devoutly desired The owl Works overtim on the sparrows trail and shpuldJcaided instead of hindered in his prajsewprVhv appetite Therefore keep hands off anjl let him alone May he not grow weary inS well dping Ex- ti Do You Get Tlie Best If you have acotih cold asthma croupe or any throat or bronchial rottb1ed use Dr Bells PineTar oqeyy u do ookforthe bell on the Bottle r t r Hail Storfai Wednesday afternoon between toeeand fpur oclock a terrific bail storm fell in the vicinity of Salvisa through the Salt river section and beyond Bohon the tones being almost the size of a partridge egg though numbers of them were larger and tim stones could betaken up by the shovels fullk Trees were strip ped of their leaves wheat beaten muchdamagewas thatall kinds of crops are almost totally wrecked The storm extended to with in afew miles of- Harrodsbirg but did not Teach this place tftlthoughl a heavy rain fell Thursday morning bushels of hail could be gathered up where it had drifted Harrods burg Herald Kept Thd hind At Homo For the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives Dri Kihgs New Life Pills in our home and they hae proyect a lessing t9all our family writes Paul Matbulka of Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy for all stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Oniy 25c at Haydon Robertson End of Noted Case AlexanderChiles anegroli- wirY of iLexingtdn was a pass rr ger onthe 04 0 r ilroad1romI f Virginia to his home ton When tihetnalnreacbed the Kontrfcky line Childsas or dejed into the car fpr colored passengers according fp the uJim grow law Chiles claimedl that the law did not apply to interstate passengers and jsued the oajt for ten thousanddpllars The railroad won in the State Qpurts avnd hecarrjedn to the Supreme Ctrl of tne United States which last week dismiss ed his appeal Hdrrodsburg Berald PIR GENT CLAUSE WOULD BIN1 6RWERSllANDtkNDiFiOT1 I A j In Conimumcatiom Executive Committee1 v Hofoifrlfey Tobacco S ociety SHov how SucK zv Prpvision Would WorK De slructibi of tho MoveinLcnit vot 1t1 f I Opmioi of Lawyers Givenr t j i 1 0 J JHeadquartersi Burley Tqb cco setyo j 1jjexingthn Kentucky Dear S Ir j j fSome persons who deifre the rum and dcatructiw ofte jBurley Tobacco Society and who JwouldM s ccomplishing their purpose deliver tk Tbbaccd growers bound hand and fjiot into theppwer pf tile Tobacco Trust are through newspiapers and on the stu demanding thta75 percehtclause b inaertedJ intliepledgeI I I Since there may be honest men who honestly believe that such a clause should be in the pledge we take this jneans of telliBft yuky thbieVho have your interests at heart and whom you faive chosen to protect Vour property did not and could not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause The first pledge contaiuedla per cent clause and we learned By experience that there is danger insua claue J When we took legal step against men who prbke their pledges some law yers who could make the worse cause apnear the better would take the tottum that we did not have the required per cent In a community where officers of the Jaw and public sentiment were in favor of pooling the verdict would be for the Society In communities where the officers of the Jaw and public sentiment were against pooling the verdict would be for the man who brqke his pledger In this way the foss of thefpboled tobacco worked hardship to the honest mem bers Seeing the difficulty that it made our lawyers Advised us not to put a percent clause in subeeqaent contracts t We includel In this circular a letter from Coll John R Allen lIviD his opin ion on this subject tI The General Assembly bos passed all the laws necessary to protect ouo ciety if we pse common sense and the light of experience but to put a per cent clause in the 1910 pledge would open a gap through which contact breakers could escape A per centt clause in the c ntict would only make a mark fpr the Trust to shoot ntXl we iinserter a 75 per cent clause theTrustwould l only have to byup 26 per cent and thus inakeany pool fmpossible Having bought JheJ smallest fraction over onefaurthoif the crop at goodl prices the Trust would be able to control the remainder of the crop for anything it was pleased to pay fkThe way toget 75 per cent pledged is to go after it and not to waste tune and energy m a wrangle about a technicality tha would weaken the poole The only reason that we have not 75 per cent drS5 per cent in e1909pool isthat selfish or sbortrsighted met claiming to be the growers friends wde wards J us during the last pooling season and confused and misled the people Dont Be misled this time Jt f IItExtending the time of declaring the pool to Nov 1st gives two boards the opportunity to pass on it The J1bOard has the right to declare the poollir prior to Oct 1stf Jn their judgment they deem it beat The new board elect edl about Oct 1st and representing the wiH of those who nve just elected Ihem Will have the right to declare the pool oft on or before November 1st Recently we mailed you 4page sheet containing a full 4u aMion of the matters of difference between the Society and those who IIHkiirtrull1 We1 earnestly hope that you will take time to read all that iis in those our pages as also the contents qf a second sheet which we shall send you in stew days It is the fault to work too much andto read and think too Jit Ie it it just as He pessary to maintain an organization to sell your thbcOata good pnce as it is to grow it Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BURLEY TOBACCO o SOCIETY I SI laa communication to members the ExecutrveComniittee of the Barley Tobacco Society explains why nOper cent clause was inserted ftTthe contract for the 1910 pool and why such a clause should not ba embodied Accompany ing this communication isa letter from Col John K Anon written March 5tin which is statedthe tpiOionof Attorneys forth Society The letter follows Letter from Col JohnR Allen i Lexinstoh Ky March 5 1910 for Executive Board Burley Tobacco Society l ICltyGe- ntlemen i ff Mr Pendleton and myself have gone over tne draft of the Jgeor the year 1910 and return the same with certain amendments and changes which we suggested and whfth are noteci thereon We have heretofore advised the Board very strongly not to embody in the pledge for 1910 any guarantee of the percentage of tobacco tdbepooledor any number of acres to be pooled before the pool become effective arid we arc glad to know after Jtalkipg With the Board that the niajority of the Board agrees with us in this opinion Our experience with litigation growing out of suits against dumpers is that guaranty of a certain percentage of the acreageor a guaranty ofva perdent age of the amount of tobacco tobe pooled before the pool become effectives a great detriment to us under the 1909 pledge and put usAt a great tfisad vantage because in every iinstance the parties claimed that we did not have percentage pooled as weclaimed and it would necessitate itr the same clausel were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investigation in orHef to prove that we had the necessary percentage pooled 0 Yours very truly 1k Signeo 3 fJohnR Allen I r Attorney Law iis Constitutionalt Frankfort Ky June 17Tbe dobr of Appeals today upheld the constitutionalityof act pFo viding that regular Circuit Judges shall serve as Special Judges in other district aud rev c0ive 12QO additional salary Judges Hobson and dRear dis sented yCougjhsTakc Thisfi J T Do you Jhow a remcay iorCoUghiand ciids ncarfrscventy years tW There is oti Cherry Pectctfil Opce In the faIy it stays hYfta docto does nQ4 take the of d ailiv a doctors aids Made fb1 the gf lof al nand luig ou13es Ask iir WJf ohis opinion pf jt FOlloW Ia4cc F cthtytjgffftfMffM It ucaaUitaiptty ifyourbw s c1lid AssIIIs arU iMIwact4rectiyonthcHver SO4kIIMtyS MkYQ4WJOcIOUU ath t t 4 j After the Assessors BJpwness ignorance and du plicityi are charged by the j State iiBpfrrd oft Equalization against the Assessors and Board of Supervisors in the report of thet years work tot Clcjvscnor Auditor James announces that if the same kind of work ia done next yearthen he wijl endeavdr to have indicjtment fptaafl l agampt those offiiuals for non leasnc joffic WhilejaHar jrodsbarg oa a visit llast WttVi J4rJsttd that the wojk of the assessor of Mercer couoity was equal k boo t gonIR- i I iI4iei entire state This liaa feat p rii Lbst cap jdf tQ tain who dMH J the work lfta3il W Wti1rlr1krroI bur1Itx jat Fall IGt Cktem 1 1 1S me dJS p MrJ p ob- inio i who lives ar 9wJj drew aftucket of water tiui ofhis lcitn with ahacket and iropeV andHadturnedi6 go iatatfee hpurt when his little eightjrearT old dao hter who was with him ckjo1themoit ifetpi tile o nihgMrI nafhciiteni I fpund that the child had sunk outrofsignt in the sixfoot water Hewaiied for her tto come krlHe sqrfacej as having on a pair of 1eavf hoe t he feared to jump aibto the fcistern as fie mtghVl 1buti medrately sank again outof slht and Mr Bobinaon wae coiep lled to jump into the wafer i atfddive abont for the bild ffJfound her and waa able to raise her head aoove tlwater and called aslpudly as be coUld B0n Darland h a nearby wr b r Ib1MSisUnce ifrlarlai d a rop ind lowered it which ifr I Rpbirtson tied abqntj the child Vafst ana she was drawn but of itthecisterLmadabe fore Mr BobipsoQ was gotten out and having been in the water about half an hour was very badly chillpd when finally rescued The child did s not suffer much inconvenience i from her rough exP rien5eVl Harrodsburg Herald The Best Remedy For all ktndLQfSqreJes Iis Souther lands Eagle Eye Salve ItJa s snowwh1te oIntrnht andwouldt not injure the eyes of ababe Guarantee 25ceyer where Ig BurjlarsI i iii s i Tuesday night sompone enterII ed the homeofAijditor and Mrgr James m Frankfort and thee extlpoqtJ Jt Jbe tltheyIonal tbedrbit notninr has b en missed1 sO far It is thought that bUrl jrrchad attempted to too the hoW but were frigMteed off bifcttthey cqpld secure anythingt t Thn1IhL key was left in the frontd rtand it is supposed- the1 intruder entered that wiy and went throueh thfhouse t caping by way 61 theKitchei ai l s atHarrodt II Cause ff EczeM fuMKl I sAfterothoritlesareand other skin disease are not seated t In the Wood put are cautedby ay riads of microscopic animals gnawing s the flesh jjiist below the epidermis The patient iIs perfectly healthy it iit only the skis that Is diseased Hence scientists are now agreed that you must cure the skin through the skin The medicine must be Is f liquid form in order to penetrate properly And wecan say with con fidence that we have the true reM- edy for Eczem in our stoit The Instant you wash with this 80ot IoX1Imldyoll1riU11I tie Itch relieved We positively assure you of this Will you try a bottle at only con bur recommeadatlou Ask for D DD Prescription Hay don Roberton RefusiJ ai iTit Lexiojzton Kyuntl Tbe 10i0Qdarnagesuit ois8ad- ie McGianis of DVillej against Cakpbellfiageraian Cpl lege this c1tilwhexall ifor trilin the Circuit Court IHratQI day way continued ui1 the ext term of court at thei- nitanct the plaintiff 7 MissfcG nn swIfrefuHd her graduation df plottL on the gwhn4I ahe attt fca Aa4ce in viblatipnl of tbe xvjpiol the institution i hIt rIKatWILk a tIIIrWhen DcBells PIuCTarKaItyhM- bee 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erOsadawetcbc- l cdmplexioa but El ctrlcBitt4 always proajead tortme who want health beautya4- They1regulatetoiach iri fc WVer sad xt peYzspurllr ke1il jiv roIIIf nerves b lfht eyey r betbm- ooth vtlTety sirki lately ion jopa health Try the i c st jfiaydda Ji Robertbi f y Jl iLex1AO- ial frot Wi1IiaI rjlCT tsay that the Re v Rubt Via vet and tilt Rev Iisa siv wSlIknown rountIspre hers who hid been bodIng iJetinjKs fought a dot wHlt kins- n tht RockCrt kBapttit church yt4ivVauovsri J ear to ear Hedielaaihott f tttThe trotiltt ges it- hareiagaiast Vanovec I wiioli were betaf tried in Mi e 6MH hen tht gbccsrrd XiI ar Perrjf iis in jail at Mborgv Itissaid tbtth RiY1C Psiry rio at theRei YNwhile He am frat JMlp two met clicled a- truggling in e br ro- he gev Pisrry drekB r Attbis JI1Ct rB1IPt 1rrther Infilakat w s 1tlJ flidrii tro4iib- ic iaibid i1 a sstt i01 9nl AusidWitht IW trssbi iah blackkeHli wise V- coM xiDt eI1S Aitheptic Salvt Ule1M Try lIt mt ee- A Big CsDNZ One of tIe larg ii cli 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Nor at Sprfl lc1 f Mr aoi Mrg J S Eeachman i iptnt Suftday at WiUisDurg Mt8tsAanid and Alice Jfdnes f speat Monday with friends a Jfrm r Moor ville f Li O i V- rRI Yocuin and Jamlly r l sjfeatlSttnday fcith Mr and Mrs Jt u iea fordr Yocum of Tatham f T Springs l rt iAfctje lies Daisy Boblitt of rs J BwrllstoWQ js the fluest ofrMiss J Lau May5eld- t MriTjrefr Smith and Tony Wall spent the past few days l with MrandMra Warren Pile I yit of 8ipiB8 n Mr aad Mrs Margin JEardes f nestsVf I e of 1Jlr Hard9 rty s sister Mrs t AIlite WUklrson 2 t t Mr If B Wall wife and little r f wi J W j spent Sunday with j Mrand Mrs C P Goatley of Valley Hill v X Mr andAfrllLH Carney anoutd j Sdt1f r i Miss Ma aret Smith and r x3fia Shehan were guest i air john James and family o F fl 1 hlinQS ndiy J i J lira H T Virgin spent the pMtfjre ek with her sisters Mr l CO Yancey and Mrs A w r Edfiil man of Springfield J Fi iMr Jas Smith Jrof Ne r Haven is the guest of relativ stthiplact r r dR Y4prUUleOl Woodlawd t is 1oi4day with Mr E- 4l L Yoct is idfamily 1 r t a I j41 J + t J i sTfunbo ro Jt i i2t3 areJCr k all tbroBj h setting tobacco Vl X Mr Perry Ruby and wife off y Chaplin spent Saturday and a j SaKaywith Mrs Rubys fath k C5 aadicuotherMrJ M Shields d ty i8Plilts ofI f J Bis f Effie Coulter Mall i Sfeields lind brother Earne r ri s Hardin pT8 w W MatherlP o tot fine cod Saturday night andm1JYlidNan Scotts Sunday t L Bi Brewerspent Sunday Nth Mr Everett Parish Mr A L laitsey11 bought a Cow and two calves of Mr Will Matherly fur 75 t f ifff it A nlterand family Eraalus Derringer and family of alley Hill andJ S Sutton and RodneyHall Miss Mallie Shields spent sav I i tlibttSisterMr Simael Coulter is pro gressintc nicely on his new house Mr Edgar feettles iis able to be out again after an attack of fever 1 iioriessmark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wlrjes terrible warinvenU ns to kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discoveryto save life when threatened by coughs colds lagrippe asth hhemorrhagesaylung trouble For all bronch1a1t1Tcc inhcure James M Black of Asheville N C R R No 4 writes ib cured himof an obsti remediesriz iled 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaanteedli Havdon Rub ertson Fenwick Mr and Mrs Stanley Pen wiok spentiSnjldaYson indffamily Miss Verna Rogers is on the sicklist Mr and Mrs Arthur White= SpenttSunday with Mi and Mrs Abe Canary Rev Gabe filled his regular appointment here Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Bottoms Mr and Mrs John Barker Mr and Mrs Wail Barker Lucy Harmon sand son GIlbert and Mrs E nma Young dined with Mr and Mrs JD Barker Sun day Mr aqd Mr Loyd Fenwick- were the guestsbf Mrs Itfanme Fenwick Sunday hJlsbeenvthis writting f Miss Hattie Bowles spent withI urday night and Sunday Miss Mary Rose Janes Those who dined with Mr and Mrs JamQsLanham Sunday were Mr and Mrs R PLan ham and sons Albert and Leo Misses May and Delia Lp soon Roxie CisseU Loona Graves Messrs Kent Clarence Joseph WilloLogsdoq All reported a most enjoyable day MrflviePerkinsand family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Georges Grumes Mr Bill Adams and grandson fewwdaysesMrr evil Mrs J W Barker and two children spent Satrur WdrlfIr Barker Miss Mary ROss Janes was in Gasbur Saturday shopping Messrs Earn Blandfofd and Parker Badgett was an bur town Sunday r Mrs sonLIReedBs Graves Saturday Mrand wereerathe guests of Mrs Lucyt Ander son Sunday Louise Fenwjck returned withsthe liiJ VOne Way to Make i I j rrLverybody Happy ii1f 1Ii wea the whole family today by bringing home a loaf of Pttt y ya d irftt NTSwyaUiirilllike the taste of bread made trfth malt acjd with t5 VtkeiaoktQre baked in by superheated steam t j ljjit s FotDelY8ris made in a new wayIt is baked in great t K t pi WK au1e rheated to 400 degrees That is why itis so Sffi ti ii T t i ivLt With a flavor that is simply delicious 1i t7x Dolly Breadt ir ntriuft to ttse rem morning by fast express from the great rt bakriM of the Grocers Baking Company reaching our store f t iirMtt11d kl1Miit does the grocers right in Louisville r f iTl loe3r cfiirtbals fs titthe Grocers Baking Company willl f thatrM akeinaliotkitchenstoveai Ic rr tt Us Dolly s J SOLD BY r mm SHADED springfield KY f I ll NN4Ki1MtiKSN VK j yy K 1 IiNNN- r t i I STOCK = flEDUCZ ieii p = ZALEL t f d i i We bought unusually heavily this season and find ourselVes over stocked iiq every department Consequently we are making stock reucing onalllinesI fbilovingpricesI Clothing jnGluded in this sale win be sufch yerll knownmakes of Clothing as Hart Shaffner Marx 41ft rA- r Sultsfori Men 300O Suitk flV3v Hart S 1 frner Marx tfC Aft 2250 and 25 Suitsii i JiII WUU Mock Berman Cori Welwoirth Dressy Sluts for Men r 2t50and 250tf 1700 2250 and 2000 1500 1800 and 1750 I laOO 16 50 and iSuOO IIO OO 1250 and 1000 8QOy r Seinshiemer celebrated Perfection Suits for Young Men and Children vV r VV r fll18t0andS15 00 Suits SlO JO 6 12 50 and 1000 Suitsr T 5oOOOand 800 Suis 6r00 6 00l050aiTd 4 00 Suits 00- portion I Extra Pants and Summer Coats Pro f telyloW Jii i Caf Pnces 6n Lace Ingrain Carpets CARPETS Ly fOc I IIrain Carpets J 145cr Ingrain Carpets Carpets t 13ilc25c Granite Carpetse t firI Hem Pcnrpe ts 12 Axmioister Carpets 00 I Velvet Carpets t 8vQ Tapestry Carpets t 75c attiQgS 12t025c Specials Saturday and Monday We will offer the following extra specials on Saturday and Monday 1 94 B leech Sheeting at v 25c 99104l1ownc Hope Cotton 9c Hoosier Cotton l 4 1 6c Apron Cheik Ginghatns r4 v r r il Dress Ginghams K 7ciOi 12c OnltCOS vij 1CGu d Sheer Lawns ijn 501 Percales 7c Study these prices tjhey are under the mill price M s Myrtie Derrick and sister Pearl Martin spenti Thursday afte iincn with Mrs Vill Bur ker r Dentapw f News is rather scarce but I will send you the few items 1 have gathered TrThee are happy this morning because there U a settinggoodseland they canpowlfinishsettiqg their belated crops The wgbfm weather of the last few days pas made a wonderful change in everything in the vegetable line and while every thing iis much later than is us ual ai this time of year yet with avocable weatbe from pow on 4 a 4we may yet expect reasonable fair crops John H Young wlfo has been confined to his room for the last complicationotdiseases writing Born to the wife of Thps P McMillen on the lftl inst1 fine boy Tom is doing as well as fcouldMrs Ettie Willspn of lpujs yille is visiting her parentsMr and Mrs S Colvin px A number of persons from JjayatIports large crowd present and a good program wellwcarried out ISunday about one or two oclock many of the people of this part of the county saw a I v j r ji ip 9x12 Administer Rugs worth 05 for t i rI 4 OfOO I r 9x12 Tapestry I3rus ell Rugsworth taR for fhc 1250 115QIb iJust receiveda nico assortment of 27 in arid 36 UiJ kxmiiVister and Velvel Rugs t = We havent the room in this advertisement rto mention each article but ask that you come to our store and inspect our goods and hear i the low prices that prevail throughout the ein lire stock Call arid see us and get advanOif= i take of these low prices tlargo balloon passing slowly in southreasterti direction towards Han It was high up and going at tft very sfow rateso th tlt was In sight at least hall an h0ut From what I heard there may hiivo been two as one passed over Willisburg Card well and Uornishville while the the other if there were two pass ed near Kirkland in the extreme uprthen part of the qpunty j The Bharpoville base balll team wept to Pleasantl Grove on Sgwofsted tin a game with that team They ought to have known that going south on such a hot day as that and leaving the cool northern climate of Sharps nflW1l1nfl yesterdayp Ilis Grace Hays is visiting hr cousin Miss Myrtle Full of yoqr town At the meeting at Willisburg- Chnstian en urch yesterday Mth s label Keoling joined the church ndill thesft rnoon was im versed in Njrtli Pr pg Crtek ear iei fathers residence Qorae very fatal disease tins struck thechickens in this community Mis Laura Uoalter lost 75 youmj chicks in onenignt and Mrs Lena Lay about jtKe same rntfmber The ladies are wise losing their young turkeys humIberhl Idea for o u rThanBsgi vlng tu f Ik y I fJrWea1eTSnup ant Conte fccceisful trabaeat lor Wood and ikln dlaCMII J- iiiiii il Bargujns x j r i tDurillg this salewe will offer unusualJK Da r= l v gains oh the gbbds heroW z Vie are showibg a genuine Silk Taffeta Unckrikirt in our black price and olorsiellorth OO3 75 IWe are making special prices on Silk Mullc jt Muslim DimitiesDottecJ Swiss Ginghametc LaceLice AX overs Embroideries Flounces etc I Jdret1sMetals We have V 0fCluettin Negligee ami plaited All sizes and styles x Il 1 Full stock ofjf Balqgani a threefowrtWlengthsathletics at 25c SOC t 75c 1 W omens Vest 5c 10c I5c 25c ani 50c IAIItyles Hosiery Gloves Ribbons Neckwear Belts EtaPins Lace Collars Collar Pins in fact we haftdieit t Cott J attractive stock of Novelties we have ever hoWL 1 An Ins ieotionI esIt iuu Carpefs7RuGrs7 Curfais1 it RUGSr 20QO9x1 f i GimTAINS FyNottingham Cable Cord and Ruffled 1tE Swiss UurtainsO1 fnOd to 500up at reduced prlps ru iinjleis Curtain Scoyins and Curtainwhite ecbru and colors Swlasess trt CURTAIN POLES COTTAGE RODS WINDOW SMid We have a few Parch Shadesh ttve will sAIIt i+ nn f f 7tWALL PAPERJ Jr o e stoG ed intt 1ia jaree offeringjr aJt s ra tteL 5 F 20a Piper goes iii thissale 1 ar rO12C01+ ir 1f t 15JuperI 1C tc ti 1 ti t 41015 1to12G E par u 1 lOc Paper II tOJ 1 i4 t IJtosc t il h1 rif I Pitp t N i r t 1 t itQC r i t k j a tE onc Pripet 1 f T f i I Ifl 1 nnnnn J i 4 e i rit riIf YOUCANlI AV E iJ Warm RollsIIes 1 tCr lnlfidlt d ti t aI Rye Bread l t jC 7 every Yockl I I bY1Jlp TMgcaNln atr iItt Iati t eKerl n J Sl tt I t t Phone 69- Q Ij Yfj TrYO neQI oUI cJ F n mi DR tiLj BURTON RK K ENT DfeNTiST t rij LTIEETIIEXTRACTED t slITHOJT PAIN ff 7r iHagt Nhlt i t 8IWtGlLD KY 7ltTLw Dt1 rtcl Work Strictl tiDIj1 S t Thyi1ciu aid Sirgcon ftfr hoiir 8 t99atI 1to2 pm I Oiow over Saydoas Drugstore I t tt IE Umpton M D J1 7J Mfcc to OKI HMise I ff 1H- KcBldence No 3S 1131 WF4GR1GSBYS J1 l1ATTONEY AT LAW I t oifeopIi lank PRINQFiELD KY 1Dr M r Vi HYATTy J IDcs ftvcr Ked Cross Drue i 5iprt Office hours fly att 1080 U ttQ 12 m 4 to 5 pm JOHN t MAYES j ffIERALl UlHECTO AIDllCEISEflEMBiilMER i TELEPHONEt f DAY 19 NIGHT 74 JtSpmGFIELDKYP J 112io r Rj JrOad Schedule t t iFollowingJ is the time schedule 1 now io effect on the Bardslown and Springfield branch railroad Mo 41 Leaves Louisville at r 430 p m BardslowrL Junction 622tpjri Bardstown 606 p m arrives afc Springfield 655 p JD No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 irjn Bar stown 645 x nut Bar lIt wn Junction 730 afmj arives at Louisville 820 a m No43Leaves Louisville a 11Z2 a m I Bardstown Junctioo i 8 55 ain Bardstown 1005 a m arrives at Springfield 1140 p in- tvJSfpi 44 Leaves Springfield at- lpOpm Bardstown 220 pmjv- Birflstowny Junction 410 p m t arriyes tlJuisvine545 p in- No90 Sundays onlyLeal Spnngfieldf 715 a ms Bardstown 800 a ffl Bardtown Junction VAsBjy airtyoT at Louisville 935 am f toNq 91 Sundays only Leaves t LQuisville At 606 pm Bards torn Junction 645 pin Bards town 730 pm jarrives at Springfield at 825 p m t 1qI i TREESi1f t Ev ery thing for OrchaLawn an4 Garden Jf OK Million Strawberry Plants Catalogues No agents Hj F HILLENHEYER 11 J 1 t Lexington Ky q seTWL DOUCLA- S3OO35O41OC FiSHOESfl1lMiilMWerU UNION 7SMADE I 1 Mp7ySSJ 200 MIl If 1 250FatCO jotEgel UjdrnW L Doufks ahoM are the Iowe t pcqsitycoadredht the world Their zc41t style easy fitting knf irMr q1aiesl excel tqeana liru If yo have been pYin fciffk price for yew shoe the next time hydpfrgivsWLDoug1aioe a trial Yit caa save money oayeur feetwearaacl jet shoe that are j1Qtaa- aeM m every way as those that have b priceIffactories yourselffcewm dy wevld thea understand why they 1teW thr Map fit better aael tSec Itpe451gtprice awl Inferior tbDM Take No Sulnll tS1lrXaUOn1erCatalogWJDoUiW lea ULJ3T f1l CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN 2 Electric Bittersfceceeji when tyetjtfUuc elac fcSc to oervooM pfoetration and female l weakoeeaea they am the tupreroe semedr pi tbonaaada haw teadfied FOR KIDNEY UVERANr SISt en acw drvg cm- uivI i SS r tttftftf tftf tfflrtWiiFe 55 I 11 TIocftHPPn1nsoTr Interest I LatestIAIIAbutYour and Acquaintances 11TOFIGSi8 1 14 1M FYMMMMM 0 FORSAIiShortLicrn Buj GoddardGrun- dyS H SALE Second hand Deer ingvbiuder good as new Thos Duncan FOR JaALE lOO barrels of corn Pat Kelly FOR SALE2 J tobacco beds 9x280r r Hite Clements A jjiiggy at your owppiioe att A C Kimbairs Hats and Auto veils at cost at Wathen haders FOR SALE Onehorsellady broke and rubbertire buggy ALEX WEBB FOR RENT Boom over Peo pies Deposit Ba k recently oc cupied as millinery room inSThe ladies of St Rose church will give a Court day dinner on County Court daJ1n October Chase Sanborns tEmperors Blended Tea is especially ffne for Iced Tea in 25c and 50c caps McElroy Shader Sole Agents FOR NTRoms dyerP+ J iO1ceryLj Now is the time you need that Freezer Come in and ilet us show you the bestrnade McElroy Shader FOR SALErs One gpod five year old family driving horse perfectly gentle t Bite Clements Mound City Paints may cott a trifle more but 4Leo Jaidoiw FOR SALE Old fashioned cherry bed and dressectand oneJ walnut corded bed Inquire atbthis office t A bargain in a1 9 12 foot glass floor case and counter Only 18 if taken at once McElroy Shade J i FoRr SALE PrJyately one De ring binder one two horse wago and one buggy JP WillettS J WANTED An organizer in this sectien for our sick acci dent and life certificates on very leberall contra tWrit3 at once MSB Au this officeJ Batters Premium Cocanutisa s beautiful long thread and males showy and delicious cakes and pies5In air tight packages at McElroy Shaders = and sFrederickstown Tat Pongee Silk Coat with white aplique collar Finder will please lleave at this office FOR RNTThe stable on thec allev back of my residence das wtwotjj house in connection with lot well i In grasSMrs John W Lewis The demand for Gorno Chick demonstrates conclusively hatit is the proper feed for oUr cViokens Easy to feed old only by M Elrov Shsder 4STRYEDOflmiles from Springfield one dark bay horse 10 hand higltf Owner may have same by pay ing pasturage and this advertise eI W L Smith R 5 J LOST Betweent S D Muddy nd Springtipld on last Friday evening a Ladys gold watch unt ng case The name Suju engraved oo the outside case Rewardforltshretur1 to his office tbereIhe Baptis cburoh There will b l views showing the work of he Home Mission Board There will be no admission fee and everyone is cordially invited tto attendr I will be at my house nFri day an ISaturday June 4aud 25 and ih then sell by private sale all my houshold and kitchen furnture consisting of stoves carpets rugs chairs tables side board dresser washstand Beds Jeathev couch mirrors pictures kitqhen utensils clocks orna mehts vaesbeclot1iIng1lacc LImanylJ articesHarry S gt inn WW firi Teeth ex tracted with out PAIN or DANGER j Ifd charges 1are1 I AbL WORKf I Done in this office is firstclass I in every respect and just as ad vertised iifySTALLARDDDSi i f 1 us Jm I = Chase Sanborns High Grad i Coffee will please ycu In bulk at 25c and 20c per pound McElroy Shader Sole Agents Next Sunday illbe Anti Saloon League Field Day Rep sentavives of the League will an9Presbyteri g and at the MethgdiSt andI I Christfaii churches at nTght The Avhfe teachers institute has been postponed till some time m Augiist The coloredl teachers institute will be held jointly with Marion Taylor Green and Washington counties at Oampbellsville begmhirig July 4th and coutihuhig five d aysSAlE persons holding cer tifices will beobliged to attend these institutes or forfeit their- rightto teach in the county this year Sfihoolsmay becontracted fort begin on or after July tiI not before that time JIV Bush Supt Entertainment Professor M W Crawler who has been conducting a musicar Institute at the Springfield Bap tist church for the past toeeks will gIvent musical pro gram at the Oprta House on next Monday evening June 27 at 8 oclock It will consist of the est and most popular soags on the musical platform Seats on sale at Red Gross Drug Store Admission 35 arid25 cenjs Doll Party IfMiss Lillie Campbell gave a Dull party Tuesday afternoon in honor of her peice Miss Lbrena Coffey Indianapolis Ind below are the names of those that were present Misses Odie Catlett Nannie Catlett Lillie Bbswell Mattie I Suttles Pearl Boswell Wonder JOhnsovElizioeth l 1 Ofl4 Beatrice Boswell Rubv B oswell Iizabeth Pettus Earl Coffey H HouselStruck by Lightening The county was visited by a very severe electrical storm on last Sunday evening The resii dence of Mr Jas Willptt iin Springfield was struck by lightening The bolt struck the chimney Mr VVillets lamilyI as at home but no one iS jured A heavy rain fell in and around iipringfieldstorm m tHe south western por- tIOn of the county J r Store Burns The brge general store ofr Johnson Co at Pulliam was destroyedby fire on last Tues Grtindyt j Glq 1tej ftthy morning at daybrealr The fire was first discovered by a sck man in the neighborhood who by calling succeeded in at tracting the attention of Qtber who rushed to the store but t flames spread ao randlytb at1 none 6f the stock Itt aVed The large furniture waVl ouae adjacent to the sk re together with the furniture therein wa Si wasIlanproximately 6OQO insurance McElroyRandolph Mr and Mrs William B Mc Elroy announce the engagement tof their daughter Lydia Leeto Mr Charles T Randolph of Clintqn Oklahopoa The mar riagewill take lacetn the 29thi of June at the Preshy tanaji church Balloon Passes Over County On last Sunday afternoon wblile a large numberof the coimtys people were in Louis yille vto see the famous Times Aviation Meeting some of those who stayed at home were view ing a similar sight as about five oclock in the afternoon a balloon was seen moving across he sky iin the neighborhood of Willis burg Ky Quite a number ofr persons saw it some when it was at a great altitude and others when it was so low that a man could be plainly seen in the basket It was rmoving very slow and was traveling in a South Eistwardly direction and w probably the aam one which wsseenthat day passing over Shepherdsville Mrs k WW then Dead 1 Mrs Kate Wathen wife of R W Wathen died on last Tuesday at her home near town after ia llong illness of JBrlghts Disease maiden name was VJcAtce and she was born in Marioncounty Kentucky Angust 23 1862 On October 23I 1886 sljo was married to Mr R W1 Wathen who with two children Mr Ben Wathen andI Miss Virginia Wathen survives Mrs Wathen was well known tto a large circle of friends in this county In disposition she was charitable and geuerious pur suing her own way and granting to everyone the same riglt fIn mariner she was mild and un assuming neither seeking nor desiring to parddo her virtues In her true christam women hood hef chief care and her pride was her family Funeral services will be conducted th s morning at St Dominies in tins city Court roceediIigs7 The jury in tne Sympson wil j case returned a verdict Thursday finding in favor f of sustiining onaumedIl nearly two weeks and a large t number of witnesses were intro duced on each side The case of the Commonwealth of Ky vs Everett Cutsinger on a warrant charging him with as sault witb intent to rob was tried inexatuning Ciurt TuesZ I- 5lI I Just Received a New Line II-Ipp I OLD H 0K0tyI I I1 II I PORCH AND pocketbookIIII S ctt prices to suit any I1Bette place they you are order all nowIII IIHamocks From Swing on 150 the to Market 8 II- S dome and inspect Our tine of goods I Leachman t Campbells Furniture Store- III L 1 ES 5Te Very Latestf in colVfitsdress skirtsrandi therr furnishings jfs fclwiyis fiF be bad here first We dont wdir1 titilj a tJlitba b e o iilalej e cure t You need some new things off course Come and get the latest while you are about it eastyJoi Jfiader instead of mere tagger on behind IIc1tWilIibu rl and the defendant held over to awaitthe action orr tl11 grand jury on a bonaof 500 TJdanttIeMonday was the first day of the fun term of the Quarterly court The case of W T Flead vs E Sj Mayes Jr resulted in a verdict for the defendant fori one- cent The caseof Robert M111 tlngly vsChas Boswell was tried on Tuesday and a verdict in fat I vorof the Plafnliff j Watch The Ford Go By High price quality in a low pricecarjj 4 cylinder Touring Car 950 pomplete Wnen we say complete we mean top glass front speed ome ter five lamps generator jmd tools Over T50 worth of equip rten Dr WV Stallard Agent FIRCNAL Miss Edith Williams of Luis ville will arrive Tuesday for a Visit to Miss Annie McElroy Mi Winfrey Gregory hag re AltonIIllIaftea visit to friends here tuMissestBIuQmfieIdWilmjore visiteiV Miss Susie Moore last week Mr Stovall of Missouri spent a few days here last week Mrs Fanny E Movers has re turned to her home at Danville af er avi it toMv and Mrs F 4taltn Mrs A G Noe of Columbus Ohio arrived here last nightfor- a visit to relatives herecMr and Mrs C H Bohannon were called to Ldui vUle lasrt Tuesday to the bedside of bter mother who iis yery HI Messrs Ohio Barber L P Walker and Walter Clements returned Sunday from Str Marys Kansas where they nave been attending school Mr Robert Mayes left Tues day for Oklahoma Cityk where he will make his home R beit is a boy witlndetermination and we predict success for him int whatever he undertakes Misses Ellen and Margarette Simms are visithag in Louisville Miss Laura Baker is the guest of her brother Mr L D Baker of Bardstown 5St Messrs Charl e and Thomas Hay don are visiting their aunt Mrs G E Mealy in Owensboro Mrs Alma Richards Has returned to her home in Dallas Texas after a visit to relatives here Mrs Lizzie Bevil of Lebanon is spendi 1several days with Miss Lou Booker near town Mrs Sam Campbell andI Iit daughter Lillie have returned from a visit tQ relatives in Indi napolis Miss Lela Waters of Louis yule is visiting her aunt here Mrs Charlie Noe and daagh ter Lucite are the guest of Mrs Will Daisy of Louisville Mr and Mrs HeffRuebelI of- Ljbanon were here yesterday The Misses Sir1rVho have ten visiting at the hotheof Mr Sam Bottpms fiaiVe returned liDme 1liasi I trude Shader has returned to her home in Morga field Miss Bessie Carnpbeli entert FtveHundredTuedoyhi lYJvanMiss Mdbel Price is Visiting her sister Mrs Jess Rapier of Bardstown 1Ir ligbJai1dIed a few of her friends at Euchre Tuesday afternoon Little Miss Corena Tclctire is visiting her relatives at Vine i Grove Ky MrsfTom SpaidJng and chil dren of Bardstown spenttsevreil days with relatives beret t 1E r E- J 1 f rJ UEAR4CE SALF c L i iiii OF LA t1J l Mens 1It and Boys ClothingS tP istJarlY C1othing fl Departmentwill sfart right now tQoffer MensYoung Mns andBoys at t GREATLYREDUCEDpRIOES I c Remember that all thYs seasons newestthings go in this sil t f ShatI p fWe have aw Suits carried over butrare veryfahsf l wh ichwil offer at rt I JiLI1 0 f rf SS45I rr r 1i r pricesIrOtOt r I iWe have many Bargains in other Departments to show you twk 5GIVE US ACHANCES SiS 1SI r I 1 7 i siS 1lT i Mrs1 Beta feiorms is yitingljjher Baidstown daughter Mrs Pius t withhiparentsbereII Miss Blanch Water iiawaycI on aweeks visit with friends in- Heurycoiinty l Mr Loflaydauiwhohase- enquite X b ill iis some better t 1 Notice 1 Oitytoun1iIthe streets alleys and on andj vacant lots or premise within the city oe iut and all Jebrii be tremoved by July 1 AtteniioiHs r also called to the practice ot1 rlumpirig refuse matt r jn thetf branch and alleys which is jn b ancl1mustbeing made aboqt stoejt running liat large in some sections and all persons are hereby notified that violations of the Ordinance will be prosecuted In som ia stances spwers are permitted to iempty on t pof the ground 01 iin pools or ponds This is in violation of the ordinances and endangers the health of the com = munity and must not be permit tedlonger Violations of any cuted thes lroyJordinances will be ofIII Mayor Have Your Clothes Pressed 1IWe can press Jour old suit und makeit look tillr good as new 1 Call and give us a trial atour 1groberv1 The Louiavllle Pressing Co 1 Public Sale 11 1I Of Splendid Town Property II- On I saturday June 252 II at 8 oclock pm oon tho premi I1esiddllce1 I MiunI1 Ibiuated on the Enstsidfei of i Urpss Street opposiba the rest dence of Vf C McObord in Springfield Kv This is desiri ole residence property as io in Springfield batIITERMS Qnethlrd cash ance in equal installments nIII secure payment of sanje ession will be sive ept PassII1 1st and the purchaser7tv ill benefit pf rent from dat e of sale The property may bo seen at any time and any furtheriafor- mation m w be had from the undersigned SF 1iJ Wg iThrANiEx cutq Qf the will of Martin biU40u Ct4 l t 6 II- PPffiPTA9DI I J t 1ANY SIZE YOU WANT AT Jachett acers6iia f 9 I f 1 SSt iiff j Pumps tinning and Wi f h rx t1 C r gutteringr 4jVrIand all kinds repair worka speciaIityi IJy5s tSf f Our Work is GuaranMN r cX JIf not satisfactoryi iti costsyouothingi wJ SS 1 Hatchett cM cpherso 46c 1f I s The CelebratedI Br4 Pivot Bam Combined CultivatorS 1SI I We offer this cultivator th the trade as theflv C Field It can be used successfully In any kiiiil jjuwpl IJMi specialfeatures areThj Pivot Beam enablirif thru piliter by forward pressure On the foot treadles to shift the btfrtii te Mlr lateralmovernentIBeams caiibe yoked together cr workviJu pendent desired Any desired penetratfq CM W culft Tl IJ AnyboythntCaadiiVoateU1 1otber1 dodges quicfcty WhICh is very desirable in crooked L CW trip spring ia perfection itself ltiih a c1sae by itel B r BW WN 1and get rid of the BLUES We havpwthfc t Itl Waflrfnt To1Jgue and Tongueless CultivAtors andDtuWf Sis1l Pkw dId re inadeS 4 Also agent for the ThomaS Clown Mowers with changele8peed Thomas Hay Rakes and SThbmas Qradn Drills Jl1 CKit4 p I Lewis Chntxr Mnlc4t j r nay o ii SeFBSSnt pqlby 25 teut4 rir 4 Sri T IThaok wef VHte buss Itat week rebiig aid repialjag there I their bottothat wM oIl Ja ibejteprfg of Friday arid week beror8aturdvLeffr iI IZI q I TTww p TV r i I t ii1 1 rJTt ANNUAL ASS EMf LEBANON KENTiKff f J c ii i BLYJPPprOctort Knoll lCh KIKOORPORATEDJ t I r tifftiftrduridsy i v AnIdSpott for Qamping and Outing Great Platform Attracfons Note the Following Pfogrfcrfi lHtri tbL I i fCoDctBi dls ParlandNewhall Cdjpy Chicago Glee Club LocalTalentl LECTURES Wirt Lo vHier Platform Manager Rev EathetTihen Miss Stevens Goy E W Hoch ofKauts Mxm M4 I Icy EW ONe aJ Edwar AmhertXt Hon Thos P Gore US Senator from Oklahoma ENTERTAINERS Rosani the Juggler Ralph Parlette the Humorist Local TJeat i S r u f vi j A 1 t y i n A 7 T T Q tSf j5 A r 1 a A MI2C A series of baseball games is being arranged between teams representing nearby towns to compete for a handsome silver Loving Cup The s ji 44ir Wj 4 i2 r1 VJLjY JEj E DLLf lirlLsurranged as to provide a game each day during the Chautauqua with a double header on July 4th J The competing teams will be composed players and the series promises to be as close and interesting as was that of last season S Ii 4 tI t Grand Fire Works on Night of July 4th af 1 41 f11 Make your arrangements now for cattiping and season tickets Address for any information 1J v W O DILLBY Secrefapy Lsebanfin AAA thUM m r f f JEsthickj Fair Date g iJ i1 i rbefoU9Winc re the elites lx d for boWtns the Kentucky farureportedfOttoehi Ofsirre requested to I1JoWiay omissions or 1 t l11 1Ipt1Ofd Ma4tamrm july 195 days Esedrosa July 265 days j p TiMMilar July 273 days Y Mte1 August 34 days bamTiUi August Spdayit t Btrtft Aasjast 43 days Ji jAugiit 86 days MTlprsTilie August 94days TOoafewn AHgHSt F8 days Harrod ti rfABtast9 days VoiIrr August 104 days ohurg August 164 rIiriaYil1 August 17s t iHht BrpM August 178 dsJBwi g August 174 days I r L ftdo Aguat234 days v BjMlbjTilie Aagust23 4 days SpcitogWd Angost 24+4 days ZilugsrAuguat244dacsPraikfDrt SSKicWMvnii August 804 LdtysFern CrkAugust304days Hariiiisfamrg August 30 3 days B rbiir villt August 313 jys BarittowHi August 814 days nprtMot September 3 days Parii Stptwaber 65 days Hodgenvllle September 68 diys TriCoay FairSandQr Sep tsbrT4Iays 4 MayUld 5 ptember 74dys M itklIo eptember 6 3 dys Glasgow September 284 days 1 I F l ihisp mb2r284 ays Ke4iW3ky tate Fair Louis i 1 HJt Btpttmber 126 days t H5 t zt AW Abut the Codfish JS Nye OI1codftsbUA corre Wirti t f tk New ysttiiIttIM tableItovfctjtoM tkte to secure as nearly as atmosphere4i breadthta 0 jpMii ami depth of lungs that we e i iw aft jwtlced The glad free iMillt cet Uae codflth Is largely it trtbts to the exhilaration of this P oe Mtte altltoodfeum The cprrespon d t iwrther says that the 4codfish cherrySMwh have irnt bad the pleasure St Mefai tkte codfiah climb the cherry I tree M M reh of food or clubbing thee Jmt Sr m the fcearliy laden branches wtk chunks of coral have missed a 1 r AM gftkt The codfish when ate j it JaHM wwWteg through the submarine l ferettelie mot wear his vest unbut t tiikiBdde while loafing around 4 4 tke iNery stores of the United ItMIL1I t 1 The Comets Tall J t i i 10TH tailof a comet Is cQ posed tfki jpM ttiaJa highly rarefied conj little parUcles of electricity 0 5emd cerpueclec or Ions are being tf rJi eeiwuitly given o llat enormous I 4 j sfMlW yby tke wm Each meteorite inii tt th oBHt kect te surrounded byIts ewm raiefied atmoipkere When one f e tteee little Joss strikes one of the slsavtai gj gas jjj the comets at 1 T1vfbr It oarrlee t off lthlttO- font tke till The electrical i charge 1f Se P miirimi tMp luminous and It Is by tI Hgkt MA aot by reflected sun Mfbt that the tall te made visible to m A cts tall therefore seems t WJM erelyX very extended aurorea His Land orHisLassByartha ryIPress I do wonder Mrs Page began plaintively Her sister Sue Andrew Interrupted snappishly What You wonder so much Id wonder If you didnt for a whole hourAWell I cant help thinking about Sonny You dont understand Susan you never had a boy nor minded what you had on But Im raid college is going to go mighty hard with him Boys that have to wear homemade shirts and earn their own spending money it seems to me had better keep at home Shut up Agnes You make me sick Sue said stamping her foot It It just your Way ypujll be writing the boy word to quit Patience knows hes got load enough without that Every Page from greatgrandfathers down has been through coUege Do you reckon he the very Idtst pf em wants to grow up arid loafand stay poor forever He always loved the laqd sodumbIcreatures and to sheep were alieap him than books MrS Page prcII tested At least until he fell In withtMolly Glen and you put at him turn lawyer and marry Into her fa thers firm As If shed wait all that llong time Why shes got beaux by dozens Shell walt never you fear Miss Sue said confidently Can you keep secret Well she herself told me aI tell Billy she would Her pap aint jp a hurry to part with her besifles he thinks the world and all of Son of William I mean Weve got to get Out of using that baby name Molly said he dldsald dadd would lend VII liam all the money he needed I tell you she took my breath away speak ing out so But couldnt have that you know Son William must get his j II Hope You Dont Mind Much education without being beholden ext cept to his own We Can mortgage hardbutIdIdrather sell It Mrs Page half whispered I willif Sonny cant get through without But Jeemes my husband charged me last thing of all never to make no mortage to no bodyand Ill mind him I hope therell be no nedthe crops I oklng1lneMiss Sue said comfortingly Dont you worry Ag nes Youll live to ride In your carriage yetonce William gets a start I know his wayhe wont stop short of the top The crop fulfilled its promiseand rather more It brought a fine price likewise and Sonny away at college was let kpow he might if he chose come home at Christmas But he re sisted the temptation forll wait for Ester recess he wrote I want to see the woods in bloom and smell the plowingSHE did come at Easter hlghEfearted full ofjoy and hope In a day Qe was far otherwise Things were going on fhn plane Hwimrr eut ii t Remedies are Needed it s wy rfatt whiak we we sot medicines would t at JeltM W JMM sJ Jet since our systems have be r 3 skd Jpsiair 4 ta4 broke dowa through l ttililill WM k kaye tone Iiron the early ages 7 titcmfk MdM JiBiratioiu ree4s are seeded to ff w wsjf M oorrMtHUL MK ialwritcd d otherwise l pjjptnt wiJMiim To rMth the seat of jtornachS w aMl cobuqaiat titivf troubles there is jLg tMDj a yswim BoafBtiad extracted from active medic faat yaoto eIiI far ore forty ye re with teatfsfactioa to all tisetsF9r s3 y WiBak8laaM Biliowaf UrCot PaiH iathe Stomach after eating HJllit B d ilfctaW feaJ ChfMic Diarrhea and other Intestinal D agaaMatet Dbearwry a tHaeprovea aad most efficient remedy k Mi V a I 4 = I fj Yl iMflilbrd W Mi fta i rat MtrwK a mfettkute for thi aoaatco Eaq f Ii o Mfa moN aSes i tOVgbtkS irget dealer aay vs rtu Paws rits1aJ fllI aed- a s lay I take u iIYIij r r am tiieir TtJry DeBtDUttne7 naa to depend on folred men or croppers to keep up the fen es to plow andj sow and plant The stock looked unCbrlfty all but the fOwls and the milk cows to them Miss Sue herself gave care Billy gave over all holiday plans and set himself sedulously to work He had ten days free and In course o them he went just once tQ see Molly She was as charming as ever and reproached him sweetly for not coming earlier and especially for slighting her Easter picnic and her party llater Judge Glen was more than cordial mightily interested in Williams plans and progress Remember we all the country In deed expect you to live up to the name he said Your grandfather was In the senateI hope to see you headed for it at least before I quit seeing anything Sonny went home his head whirling He knew pe stood In sight of tbe part- Ing J of the ways He could keep on atIcollege he could evenhope to make record there He had a good clear brain and a strong clean body to back It Further he had the grit to con strain his Inclination Landlove landhunger was In his blood but he could also find interest In tne law He would never love it as he loved the world Outdoors but tt was not alien nor repellent to him Morebver It led to Molly He could not j coubf that she bad as good aa told him so She would never be allowed tI to marry William Page farmexbut William Page her fathers Junior part nero would be a match qjiite acceptable txr the paternal mind Over against all that there was his- mother a figure of pathos of piety and resignation She tquld turn her self oqt of house and liqme for Sonnys advantage and do it pot merely in meek uhcomplaint but with a sort of painful joy Aunt Susan likewise al though she was of tougher fiber andI more filled with ambition yet the homes passing would hit her hard How would they manage through the long years before he got on in his profession If lacking him the place was already falling away from itself thovanIshingthoe ready to earn a living That meant it would have to besold outright bythe time he was half way through He wanted to be a great man with part of himself but there was another a stronger part that pleaded for the home and those itsbeltered He could only listen faintly then He was going back on the morroF But it was not so long to termendl After ward He thought no further In stead very sensibly he went fo sleep lifejl veryrbackHe got through commencement with sqch mild honors as are possible to freshmen Molly was there to see him but be did not dance with her In isplteof Aunt Sues pleadings he had no festal garments So the dances knev him not Indeed It was the things he felt In honor bound to forego that brought to life again the Easter struggle It was lively even before he reached home and found again the lack of the mas ters hand and eye He flung himself ardently into righting thingsso ar dently that Miss Sue shook her head Moljy also complainedWilliam npver had time for her William even his mother no longer called him Sonny gulped a little as he listened but said nothing He was still fighting his battle a hard one for a lad of twenty All sum mer It raged wj hin blmnowlone force now the other getting the best I ofitCollcge wouId have won if he had not loved Mollso well In the light of that llove he knew some part of HelwOIJdpoverty at last to homelessness She might rot live to soe him retrievi j every hng So one still starlit August night he said to Molly very low the words like sobs Rlmost Im not rolng back It would be Yhenmor1I hope you dont mind mucht I know ydu never could marry aaS farmer lcl veImlgbt1fI only he wpuld ask JDeL Molly said reachIng out her hand Billy youre a goose a big goose she said But we mean to save you aunt Sue and I You yourlandPOWER IN FALLS OFVNIAGARA t Only About 55 Per Cent Being tit IzedMany industries Attracted by Electrical Conditions A recent article In the Electrical World contains the following data reI lative to the utilization of the energyI from Niagara Falls Of the 5000000 horsepower represented by Niagara Falls only about 65 per cent Is being utilized Of this 126800 horsepower Is employed In electrochemical pro railwayfservlci3649IJidiirsepCwer lag 45i540 iorsepower for various in duBtrialxjeryices 12300 horsepower I averr iraxLtmittiii more than miA hun A q IIa r area nn 33000 norsepower oe tween 76 miles and 100 miles 3100 horsepower 50 miles 79640 horsepower between 10 and 30 miles while 145400 horsepower Is used locally showing that many Industries have been attracted to Niagara Falls be cause of the favorable electric power conditions to be found there Kites Old and 44ew Down the street the boys are flying kites They are generally store kites made up of blrdJike forms and vivid colbrs This Is not the kite of the boyhood of other days when the boys had unlimited fun They made their own kites There was no touch of commercialism in the sport of those days The boys genius was the im penal circumstance The kites in those fait Hellenic days were six cor nered affairs made of three sticks some string and n newspaper The paste use in sticking the paper to the string connecting the ends of the sucks was made of flour and cold water In these degenerate days such paste would not sick at alt but then it did And the tall of that kite what a glorya long string with bits of paper tied on at sixinch Intervals making it look like the spine of a great saake How proud It seemed undulatingup there in the blue Then kite flying was closely Interwoven with the genius of the boy He had tq depend upon himself But it was oflthetail But the great Joy at last was to use his creation floating up In the azure as if it was la part of the glory of the world0bio State Journal The busier a man is the better able Is he to throw his energy Into other work BURMAH HOME OF THE RUBY Practically All the Valuable Stones Are the Product of That Countrys Mines All too worlds great rubles come from the mines of the Mogok valley India There are four principal mines In the valley in each of which modern tools and machinery are used which facilitate the proper examina tion of a large amount of byon or rubybearing clay each day In the nearby valleys the Burmans still prosecute their searches in the old way digging and washing by hand bor but often with astonishing results In the large workings the sys tern has been reduced to a science with corresponding results The work goes on day and night The ruby bearIng clay is extracted by the open quarry method of removing all the surface down to theVvaluable clay which Is then dug up carried on trol leys llo the steam cleansing mill washled passed through the sieves and then examined for rubles and spInels The byon stretches almost everywhere along the MogoTc valley and wherever this clay exists rubies are to be found Besides the pure ruby spinel or balas rubles are found in large quantities in the same neighborhood Wherever the ruby is foimd the spinel is sure to crop up closebet aid9 It They are both crystals sof alumina but of different shapes Except ina few rare cases the expert cab easily distinguish between the two stones although they are very much alike to the naked eye The BUrmon Is Incline io invest his avlngs In rue bles and diamonds which may be readily realized upon in times of finan cial stress Rubies are more precious than diamonds and are practically In destructible except by fire During the season as many as 2000 Burmans are employed In the mines STILL PERIL ON THE bEEP Mariners Have No Real Reason to Complain of ick of Ex cltement The vigilance of sailors the mul tiplication of lighthouses arid light ships and the Invention of devices of warning have still not robbed the seas of their might If romance demands risk of life anti limb the drama of panic or of bravery the struggle of man against the elements then there Is plenty of romance left In the days of the clipper ships the sailor folk spoke of headlands and of certain groups of lislands as ocean grave yards These rocks and reefs still claim their booty By the blessings Newfoundlander CapeRacetakes a heavy toll In property and liu Ian lIves every winter Cape Cod savelsanetUghteI In wreck reports Ith uiibrolen reg ularlty The traveler upon a vessel passing Sandy Uo k notes the signs continuethoughthereabouts Hatt ras maintains wOrkI ancient uponthearoundwith terrorsottie with lighthouses Thosd who like the spice of danger with their Journey rpeBontor j jJJ DOGfl AND A HUGE EAGLE IN A BATTLE TO DEATH CANINE KILLED BY GREAT BIRD WHICH IS BADLY WOUNDED IN THE FIGHT I Fur tenW ld PrussIa Dne t after noon some time ago the following epi ode In which a great eagle figured occurred in Brandenburg Prussia A Inmosttance from the spot at which he was working RunnIng In the direction from Which the sounds came he saw a large bird and he watchdog of 6 neighboring farm struggling and fighting partly In the air and partly on the groundIAt last they passed Into an adjoin ing copse when the laborer ran and called the bailiff of the place where he was employed Both proceeded to the copse to find the bird moving with tje greatest difficulty and scarcely able to hop a few paces It The Two Were Struggling and Fight- nq tried to fly but was evidently dls abled and a well dljected shot killed IL They found the poor dog dead all tbe flesh had been literally torn from Its bones by Its enemy The eagle measured seven feet between the Ups blackItory fr on Its left foot just above the claw was astrong gold ring on which were engraved some letters the mean of which could not be deciphered wqrd Eperjes and date 10 8 IIng Eperjes Is a town In Hungar far from the northern Carpathf oncIa ceptIfound living within a considerable distance of it t A blow from Its wing alone is said to have killed a kid There are many Instances of babes and young chil dren having been carried off by eagles 5sIt Is even stated that In the cantor of Geneva a thy of 10 years of age who was attempting to rob an eagles nest was seized by one of the birds and carried a distance of 600 yards He was however rescued fay his corn pantone without having suffered any very serious injury though its talons had nfllcted borne severe wounds The eagle builds Us eyrie in the cliffs of inaccessible rockkbr on the edges of precipices the nest being lit tipmore than a flooring of sticks andI branches lined with leaves Here IIt brings and stores up a considerable amount of rood often consisting of young lambs and gamoL Praise of the Country Town r He who has never called a country town his home has missed much He who had his first look upon the world from some little village whIch at the dawn tot consciousness spelled all the world to him and held in its bounds all the people will always lack some thTng in his senpo ot his proper ad jii8tment to creation It is in them that tbe truest friendships are formed the closest studies of human nature provided tHe most lasting hold given littlechildI that is as true of the kingdom of earth as of that one of which it was first said Go closer into the records of these boys oft the farms and you willI find that it was frpnij the country towns rather than from the farms they came that it was some country village that Inspired the dreams fired the hopes and prepared for that flight to broader fields And they go back laden With gifts not to the farms but to the country towns to which they Rejja 5SI Cat for Election SlNf P1f KENTUCKY IOU 1ty pf Washington I 5S May 23 1910 At a regularterm of this court held on the 23rd dayVof May 1910 it appear JJIardinW T Wells Moland 1errJWA Armstrong J W Sutherland John Carrier Dave Matherly E D Perkins W M Shewfflaker Robert Barr W P Scott Walter Hale H D Thompson W Poulter and others was filed with the County Judge at the last regular term of this court asking that a Graded Commbn School District be organized with its boundary as fo lows viz- Peginnipg at the bridge over Long Lick on the Springfield and Willisburg pike thence up said creek to the cross ing of the Cross Road and Hillsboto dirt road so as to include the land of Sam Couler thncea Northeast directionj to a s iall house on Taylors Fork belonging to W P Cheatham so as to include Johti Mcll yoys farm thence a Northeast course to the jjunction of the West end of the White Hall pike and the Willisburg and Mackville pike thence a straight line to a small bridge over Little RoCJc Ibm on the Cross Roads apd Cornishville pike thence up said pike to the lands of Davis Noel including them thence a straight lihe to Glens Creek at the Northeast corner of Allen Cookseys farm thence dgwh said creek to the Yokum mill iteon a county oldII thence a traightj line to W J house so as to include said Fowlers lands thence a straight line to Elias Perkins house including his lands thence a straight line to J B Jenkins house so as to include his laws thence a straight line to J W Sims including his llands thence a straight to Marion Hardins lands excluding it thence a straight line to John H Gordons house so as to include thfe Jiome place of said Gordon thence a straight line to L H Hardins house including hishome place thence by the county rod to the Will isburg and Mackville pike at H T Scruggsstore thence West by said pike meandering around the South side of Nimrod Hendrens land so as to ex clude it tlmenOOn by the pike to Tomfl Hanbys andJ W Bakers corner to include the hone place of Said Hanby thence a straight line so s to include Arch Colvins and Grider Bros farms and to exclude Decatur Dragoo to the bridge over Long Lick Greek the be ginning and that the site for the school house of said proposed district be in or very near the town of Willisburg Ky which site is certified to be not exceed ing two antl 6nehdlf miles from any Jart of the boundary ofth said pre ssed district and iappearing also that aid petitioners ar4 taxpayers legal ers and residents of the proposed raded Common School District and of l03 JusticeS District of this county and further appearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same and the court being sufficiently advised orders that S J Anderson the Sheriff of this county be and is hereby directed to cause a poll obe opened and an elec tion to be held at the dId aqhol site in Willisburg on the 5th day of July 1910 the same being 4P diysor more after the ntry of this order for the purpose of talking the sere of the legal white voterS residing ythinth boupdary Qf the said proposed Graded Common District whether there shall b levied and collected an annual tax of twenty five cents on each oife hundrecj dollars ttlStatettl teach white mOle inhaoitant o Lsam pro posed Graded Common School District over twentyone years of age for the maintainingnprovided in sections 109 to 119 of the vommon School Law The officers of said election will also cause the legal voters of said proposed Graded Common School Dis trict tot vote for five persons to be Trustees dfsamo in vase said tax shall be approved The officers ofsaid election will make returns in due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicable BL LITSEY I Judge Wahington County Court Attest W P Booker Clerk r Notice is hereby given thatin be iience to the above orderof the County Court of Washington county I will hold qn election at the time and place- indicated from 7 ocldck am till 4 oclock pm for the purposes set out in said order Those who mad voter are all white males over twentyone years old who have been residents of the proposed Graded Common School Die trict for sixty days aijdin the county for six months and in the State one year prececlinjthe day b f said election I DatedtheddayiirMay 1910 s J ANflRONtS TC 0 f a Children Cry for Fletcbr l The KIndYou 1Ivo Always Bought and which has few in use for over 30 years has borne the signatory el and has been made umtev his psr r sonal SupervIon M1ta I71 AUownoonefodeeetr 7onnT 1iiIAll Counterfeits Imitations and Jua soo4l a iExperiments that trine WIth and endanger the h aOk W Infants and Children Experience against Ttpotlmnn What is CASTOR1ACns- toria is a harmless suhstitnie lor Qutor Ofl fwrtngone Drops and Soothikr Syrups It is Pjteaaaac It contains neither Opium jVIorphine nor other JTawpwlie substance Its age is its guaraNtee It dMPoyI Wpsnnd allays Pever1sihess It cures I OUCfIt relieves Teething Troubles eros Cei4ath IJ and Flatulency It as liullatcs the Food xei JIJ tbs Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and aaraLThe Childrens Panacea The Mothers JPrleai GENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS J Bears the Signature of J The Kind YotiBave AlwaTsJagt tT In Use For Over 30 Ysai i CBMPAHYTT IW YCT j t i S 4 n 1tJOaN EDELEN IRV1NE WIMTT The Coppagecafe Co- INCORPORATED I r7thMaket LQUI VLti Kjj We make a specialtyi of the fOLlOWIng brands I j MattiHIy i M0re esril9 at4 tBcUe ofMarifii SjNi4 MH4ltI tEverglade Watts SpriIt W7 it JKJE5 f We alsob handIeMattM ry i Iotct Itttliig Ftrt 1 li and Willtw Spring fcotttcd it McL Jwi Apple JraMy lIackkrry i Iw1SIwI414twut1LLJt1e1Jt1IaIbs1I1 T L Rue IL TJEIEPHONES rMR FARMER Make your nome as modern J family as a cite residence and place yourself ill IfCrto get the latest market quotations at aay time be accomplished by meank of our telephone service1 which you and your neighbors comiffet for asuaitliat itimaHc p pared with the beneJitsicc ivedCaUot address our near est office or write direct to Ueadiuarters NJwhriUe ewi f tfor IInformation regarding our special Tjtfaasail Jixrates Iryuq are not at present enwj td rlwe canimnediatelyinterestydu Ourlla scoYoitMtatei- of Kentucky tennessee Mississippi t L41aa1iJ isouthern portion ofIndiana and tils r I 4 i CUMBERLAND TELEPHqiE rEGRAPH ICptiiPAKT Incbroprated J ch PerttterSO 11 have used lest ttwn ontWtOt of CatUri writes Mrs Oertrude0Waxcf of Rusivi1e Nebt nd ai feeling fifty per cent better than wwi II begin tdAlt It Before t4ing Girdiii I had iidId wfVi female trouble for eight yeaxi Mr gtitiol bOIsfrregti larity I also suffered with evert paBM yiiir month but rlow I am greatly Improved aid WIll liM iiiid Car dui to all my sufferinr Take iRDUI TiJ45 The Wom rcThe rare medicinal herbs CardulJIt Bpwled by the manufacturers direct fro Earope and art aot to be found in any othefecHc These inUedIItS arew Jive Ce1 Its superiority- as a female rnedici anct kniie over anj1 other m djclDe Forever 50 years Canhd lias beea Qe favorite wom- ansmedlciJlie neJedieilike it because it is easy to fake sorenIeZo ufe5O ihab1e1nit resuIandSthey hve wihbtlts curative tonie powers because of the tIio6swKli of cAec ladies it has helped Try it today WrlIIr jj MIA a T eo- u I rssj SVisjsjI k IMMa WitffHft far wMHa MM tret t t