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alterooon4Wjth her Tetts she was viaitipg at theI bsotillJrs PrMtoo Lackett t otlrhetr Calvary wayingabout theweU m ilw jttd he Idpbled in head foremost falling distanse oL- thktyt fttt Vad landing id the Jo icld water which was iboufe 11 ep fleariBgthe screI lsoftheother jchildreDj NMiv Mattiiiejfy ran to the yard and upon being toldvof the accident he let the chain and bucket down hurriecia Jy and then climed down on the eJjaia iutoi the well to there e of iiis sd aug liter When about ten ieet on bis way down the l l1beavilytucjjitely however he landed in J fo the water without injury to himself or child aad lifting her rom the cold water waited unfc tie those above could let dowii another cable by means of which oth were drawn from the wel Strange to say the child was c reacted without the slightest njury4Mr Mattidgty himseLfc was nothurt by his fall into the water but when the chain broke ans finger was caught in sozrfe way itt 6nS of the links and theI ieshrtorn from it Himself JI limily and friends rejoice that the accident was accompanied iby Jio worseresu1tLebanonE- Qterprise I 5tl Womans Great Idfta htw to makev herself attractive But witJioHt health It is hard for her to bi lovely in the face form ortemi i per A weak sickly woman will be nervous an4 irrltoble Constipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed Complexion But Electric Sitters always proye a godsend to women ijhq want health beauty and fr endsI They regulate St mach I ivef and Kidneys purLfythebloodgvestrong 1rv8J hrlght eyey pure breath JSmtjotb velvety skin lovely complex qngqo1Jiea1tb Try them 50c at Haydon tz Robertson Passenger Airship MGount Zeppelin the baH pnj expert has just demonstrated tQarsp as a coming passeu et vessel by carrying twenty tsseng rs iin his large ballon ifrom Friederickshaven to Dus selldorf Germabya distance of 300 miles The time was Ditie hours This is not a flying machine bUt is moved by a mo tot engine And tosome extent is un5er ctr1pts pilot The fee charged iis 25 to 50 and trips are to be made on schedule lme Kept The KIni A Home tBor the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pills in our home and they have preyed a blessing to all our f mlJyJwrites Paul Matbnlka of Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 25c at Haydon Robertson tong Wait After waiting five long hours to secure tiC consent of the father of the bridetobe to thei issuance of a Jicense Miss Let tie Lowrey and Mr Wiley Roy alty wore married here Wed nes day afternoon by Elder WH Smith pastor of the Christian church V Mr Wiley and Miss Lowery who live just over the line iin WhiQ ton county drove to town shortly after noon Wednes lay arid applied ifbr a marriage license at the County Clerks office Clerk Gibbs who is one of the most accommodating of ficials in the world in matrim ijhial matter was compelled to refuse 1ip this case however be cause Miss Lowrey was only 14l years jof age andtdid not have the writfen consent of her parents to the marriage Eder Sibitb ttho hid beenclp also ODIf ifce prospective bride and the i l fieuce of parental approvE l i even bad the nece arj papers b IMued ipttty County Clerk jDeBaun o tJornwhivishyJlle was corn mu 1ic ted with oier th tele pfidneand askeditothe home of Mies itowrey id secure the consent oflir4paei1tm Jjat iJn- I the after Oii MrGibbs receivedi ft message from Mr JJeBaon Saying tnst Mr JJowrev Had agreed to the marriage The license was issuedantl the cou pIe married qy Elder Sraibi They lleft Thursday morning for Aurora Ill tOvnifake their future home Mr Royalty is a prosperous young farmer and 1 son of Mr John I Itojalty His bride is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs William Lowrey Hafrodsburs Republican DtafNesS Cannot be Crei by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the eat There h only one way to cure deaf ness and that Is bv consAtutipnal remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous Un ing of ithe EastachianTube When this tube is inflamed youhave a rum blingp sound or imperfect hearing and when it entirely closed Deafness the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hear ing will be destroyed forever nine ases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which iisnothin hut an inflamed con ltiou of the mucous suIiacesI We will give One Hundred Dollars forSny caseQf Deafness caused by tarrh that cannot be cured by ETallfs Catarrh Cure Send for cir larSf free P Ji Cheney COt Toledo O feold by Druggists 7Sc Take Halls Family Pill for consti tionSIs The Negro Leaving Kentucky f Frankfort KyVIs the negro gradually Vsappearing from Kentucky This Question was asked pertinently by a Frankfort man who has been digging into the record in the Superin tendent of Public Instruction s office and found that while the number of white school children in the State in nine yearf had gained 24418 the numrbqr of negroes was less by 14r598 Ths starring diffeTenc6 Iq the white and negro population has sit the pedple here to wonder ing what is the explanation The general statement Hint the negroes are going to the cities does not hold goodas the figures ftre for the whole State and the cities are IncludEd Itvrnay be that the negroes aremoving out of Kentucky into one or more Northern States but the change has beenso gradual that no one had noticed it until the figures were cbmpiled J Do You ef tKfe Best- If you have a cough cold asthma croupe or any throatS or bronchial trouble aud use Dr BeU Bin Tar HoneyyoudOi Look fOrthe ben o he bottle 1i f Narrowly Escape Drowning Law re nc e burg KyrDr John W Gilbert and Clarence Carlton youpg men ofityis city narrowly escaped being downed today attempting tvcrpss Little Benson creek dh the northern edge of tke county i They were returning from an outing on the Kentucky river and were driving a young horse to a phaeton The stream jjwas swollen from the recent rains and when the horse went into the water it was carried off its feet down the raging stream with the occupants in the vehicle Jntmindfal of their danger the young men jumped into the whirl of waters to rescue the horSe which hail become entangled in the harness After a struggle of everal minutes the horse got ashore and lr Gilbert and Mr CirlloD vere carried four hundred yards edown the stream and lodged in a sycamore tree B ulsel and bleeding they were ris ued by neighbors who were ntracted by their cries for Jissiatunce The ve hide was completely destroyed ItExperImet With a Cough When Dr Bells PineTarHoney has been used by millions of people for sixteen years with a steady increas ing demand Look for the Bell on the bottle 4 A Gem From t Senator Bob Taylor this beautiful andIBevpnd rippling just over the edge of the grassy kooll then 0 Jbfusows a rare artdric11v tinb edJlower They te11ubaV1tJsi sOrarelybeantifult fl itina Khavet of au RngjBlskit ana 1ghtJts rosy ftu hfroma burnirig star Beyond the pathless mountains thatlift their blue peaKsin the fading distatce the tell us thattdnki ing and bathes in the liquid sunbeams clad ini verdure ovf everlasting green dotted all overwjth flowars of cveyhue and shade J VBeyond the blue waves atthe pathless ocean thy tell us there is a clme from shichvthe mellow sunlight of spring never departsf that itt is laden with the sons of birds offnote and plumage and peace ease au4 Pleity irA1 the lives of paoples that never heard of war or pestilence IBeyond the curThtuof darkness that hangsfover theglodmy night there dfw el1Js apictiireof morning a picture ofi fresh new lifethat seems to awake and move aipd breathe away the mists aiid they tell us its tore ground is hope and its background is pleasure Beyond the aches and St rug gles the fears the disappoint ments the bitter trials and the cwearying llabors pf time we are taught as an eternity whose higheri possibilities give proDijsesj to calmer hours and sweeter itBSt v t A Dreadful VVpund from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature de ma nd prompt treatment with Buck ens Arnica Salye to prepent blood poison or ga qgreria iVthe quickest surfefit nealer for all sUch wounds as also for Burns Bpfla oreLkifi Eruptions Eczema chapped nands Corns or Piles 2S at Haydon jobn rtson j father of 31 Childrek ftElizabeth Cwn Ky June25 Joshua Lancaster near Vine Grove Ins a twinkle in his eye when he reads the stories published about the big families of the mountainsl of Kentucky the CaudUls of Wolfe county fifteen strong the Webbs of Letcher nineteen strong and numbers of others running up to twenty Mrbancasier thinks bis has been the largest Kentucky family on record just three dozan strong cUnting hjmself and his four wives Of his thirty one children sixteen are living and all m Meade county except one married daughter in Mis souri Al his sons are farmers and all his married deUghters are farmors1 wifes He himself lives on afarm within a mile of his birthplace and has never lived over 4two miles from the farm on which he was horn and reared sIrLancasterwas first mar ried at the age of twenty to Miss Sarah Medley of Meade county Six children werff born oMbis marrjage Within a yeS of his first wifes death be was married to her sister Miss Georgia 1Iedleyto whom eleven children were borrt Less than a year affcpr llujr death he was married to Miss Maryt N lanj of Shelby county and thjs Union produced six mo e children Within twelve months after the third wires death Uncle Josh won the hand of IVJiss Bettie Philfp pf Meaae Bounty and eight more children were added to th ffro Iy the yOung es of thesj n4WtJiflg ten yeafs o ageY I 1 Prom the IrihjOf ih 1ifi to the birth of the tjiirtyflisich1ldt was less than fortyhlroi1fars and only oue pair f twjn were included in the nu Tlblr Mr Lnncister iH npc epyenty four yeIu tttf ag it t on the at lea lappearance or lu man thirty yeaia Younger He Couldnt surprise hIs friends if he married agajn He ha never used tobacco in any form IIHis grandchildren number 40 and Ms greatirandcnildrenIi tbreeii I AIAIt a It Signature r ihC1oihgExitis L S J pgliSSc ii1 e lxhiidl ill qhildiren of S Josephs Catholic schoOl at Fredoricktown JQrv on lasKThursday June 23d was iindeed an enjoyablen and very interesting 6ntertaimnent pcjA program of about 12 num- jswaae carriedl through with u ta fault Eaqjii grade had a perfprmance and the coniic plays andsonga were dulightul ly tendered Every one who appeared 6n the stage seemed perfeqtlyat home Notwithstanding the oppre siye he1r at large proved was Bllinv the ball and were very much pleased with the work of the boys and girls who were expo3ed rexb bitionf The medboJsandremjntns awarded were a iTaiterest paced bf the jpifptls in their studies A medal of scholarship was awarded to Mg 1 p lene Thompson Lloyd Thomp SOD May Shercliff and Amy jAuberry A premium for Chris tian Doctrine was merited hy Magdalene Thompson and Maud Mudd and drawn by Maud Mudd Asia Simms obtaining an l onora ble mention The awards made for regular attendince were d- ividad i i between Magdalene Thompson and May Shercliff while the merit was given by the votes of tbevteachers and pupils to Maud Mudd The children werp glad to reap the rjewardrof their work ndto obtain few weeks rest but were saddened at the farewell they had tobjd their goocl teachers the Sisters of St Catharines Tulip Dont Be Aunoycd With skin traubles chaps pluples black heads eczema or sores When one 23c bpxvof Dr Belis AntIseptic- S iye will cure you Try iti at once Kentucky Fair Dates The foJloV ngar the dates fixeck for folding the Kentucky Flairs for 1910 astfat as reported Officers of fairs are requested fo report to us any omissions or correctipn of dates- Madisonvilje IJo195 days Henderson July 25 days Lahcasterj July 278 days- VersailleSirAugust84 days Danville Tigust 3 Sjdaysj Berea August 4 3 days Lexington August 86 days Taylorsville August 9 days Uniontown August 93 days Harrodsburgj Augusts days Vanceburg August 104 days Lawrenceburg August 1Q4i- ys f Shepher4sville August 17B rtodays j Brotllioadj August 173 days Ewipg AugustT7 4 days London August 23 =4 days Shelby yille AugUst234day Springfield August 244 days BrlangerAugust 244 days Frankfort August 801 days Nicholasville August 804 days I Fern CreekAugust804daysE- ardinsburg August S6fdav- Barbouisville August 818d- ity i J3ardstQwn Augusv31A dayQ Florence September lSdays Paris September 6p days Hodgenville September Q3 days TriCounty Fair Sander Sep em6er 74 days 4 May tieldj leptdmber 74days ODliceJlo eptemter 68days Glasgow September 284 days FtvlmQuth Septethhr284day Kent ucky State Fair Louis ille tispbgmbar 12 G days I t GctTHeBrst For skin troubles Bores ulcers ecze ma chaps blackheadp pimples and all eruptions Use Dr Bells AnUse ptic Salve and you get the best We guarant ee 1 t 25c a box everewhete STRAY DO my farm 4 t miles from Springfield one lark bay horse 10 hands high Owner may have same by pay hng pasturage and this advertise mnt t W3 SmithRJ5 LosT B Jlween S D4 Muddi and Spyingfiefd on last Friday evening a Ladysgold watch hunting case THernlwQe Sue engraved on the outside caM Reward f6r Its return to thU- fiice ILEBANON loCALS EnterpriseI ffrrqtws issued ywter d rn Nl Wbitli whols nt white at all cb irgine pecloTCarters court White it is charged used othej than words lipersuading h4wLfeio1ook upon orne matters he viewed them and thus affcrnqonhe willtiky the affair befbri rtme coucfc Jar his pinion A breakbeamuhdera Tbd coaLcar in a northbpfind freightt train dropptd down oil the track near Shelby City J Wednesday trincccoal were overturned and hf trapk JUrmaged for acouerab- le distance Nb one was hurt The passenger ferainYdue hiat3- 55pm was delayed iboixhours It and the train due t 655p m reached hereabout 10 oclock I Circuit court was in session for everal days theast Week having ponveoed inaediaIses sion but libile or no bussioess of generall intrestwa transacted nlthe suit of PV ft Catlii against thTe United States Fidel iit y t Guaranty Co C thV bondsmen with the exceptfon 01 the Guaranty Company wert discharged and a judgement was rendered against it for 519 aiic arThecourtsfOIA warrant charging breach oi the peace was issued late Wednesday afternoon for the arrast of Jam0sBeavers who lives iin Esfes avenue The writ wasse cured by Mrs RosaHooper who Jives in the same neighborhood SheStated that Beavers had not only abused his own family but has also insulted and abtjsed same ofhis neighbors including herself with the slightest ex cuser The warrant was issued by County Judge A P jJart r who after bearing the case yesterday fin d Beavers 10 and posts tv Last Thursday night the home of Mr ansi Mrs S H Pirtle an aged couple who lives on New Broad wayvWas rocked by a num ber of boy WboiVhile young are old enoughHo know betterI Mr andMrs Pir tie learned the names of the boys but declined either to tell theft parentsor speak to the police about tIe matter thinking that the young men would llater regret the oc currence and not be guilty again However a few nights ago a numb rofrQrks were Again thrown against the house but fortunately none of them came throug windowr Conduct ofI the klmftisshamefuli arid wit out excuse If theoccutence is Irepeated and The Enterprise can get hold Of the names of tbe young mali it will take grHt pleasure in publishing them t tturt some explaining will hay9to bej done in court The Bcsl rtemcdy For all ktads of sbi reyes Is Soutlier lands Eagle Eye Salve It iIs a snow white oint bt and wc11 not 1teOlf2Sc f inl5torminlI afternoon and was followed byI tricallstorml idence oh the Gleniboro pike about two miles froth toWs waft burned o the ground Mr Thacker and Ms wife were b jfc considerably l ti d bjri ebplt and saved very little of Utir household effects Tb IOM WM about 4iOOO with lt 400 ineur ance A stock brn tJonflo vI p Kr Joe H JIaJt31rdieatatrckaac bared oaf co41jugf ra rteed mi farMi f iMpUoicflfcg MrxHinUdto about 5OOfth no iaara iajhiso bofsea Ibwere in the bnMr JQ B Ha en of kfiei communityi lhot a llarge fofeooo bari and tobacco Mr W O Coofcj of near jlvewrtoke aleq suffered the Toes of hincIbarn ont hckraef baggy oA wagon barnees feed sad abo i 2000 pounds of tobftocpj Jdb about 1000no inieraee- eerarhdus e anid barar rer struck and bwrhed ofelf 11 p edge of Fraqfilm covaty Jtir Sam Tinfjey father oMrsR B Collins Ioiroekhinar hrkfeqce Little aau age wardone from wid of rain but A damaging hail tbrm wa reportechfrom seteral prt p thecounty Jit Luii MeK bat a jnice arriiige borM aiMd atJ2QO TeVnliBai was atrack bflightningAudersoNwty i Does iit not seem strange that many people suffer year in andyear out with eczema A 2S c ntr odrtle of simple wash stops the itch a d will sqreJ1Ce qlnce any path Ut This wish isxompoaedof mtl4 aik joothinp oil of wlntergreen xifzeV vith fbymoj and glycerine etcf aw known ag DfcD D Prescription iWc 10 not know lon thIX D PtaV iratorisVul continue the 2Sc offer as the remedy is regularly sold eo1Jj iarLOO bottles and has never b ferc b tlpnt op the mafket oa zmj special offers L If you want reliel today try a Dot tie rat 25c on our peraooI riHom mendation Haydotf k RajbertsoH TIMELYJK t In every towa and locality IP be Sltate many people hii6- ailedt3 be dtbe n use trow Darnings that bay Ibef nlse e4 against fueL Attention bo seen 1Jed to the fa tthat tint are boe of lbe moat dtifwm menacee to life and beak with which mankind bu to cotter being reapon sible for a Ijafg proportion of all ieaie 6f typ oit fever ad1arrhoea1 cli infants and raaiy CMf bet culoeU and other cofltafkms iif eases They have caused thousand of deaths in Kenuk aa4 will contibue their WQrkof ileitctsc tion until the housekiperp awaken to the fact anjiijMtag rate a waref are thAt rtll resalt- in their ext6rxnintioa This can be acconaphibe lef iqitel and effactl4y Ii fti quires only the r loYal elliHiftk Plies breed ill JUHj ainl 11lW alone Wfthout nlthtbeftW be no 1lletJMore taE 90 par cent of them breed in staJWf manure and tile balance iiuab- aeouthouses andtber forms of refuse 4 The fly season js at hami ltthe summer and fall and artresp naiD4Hty rusts upon i all health oce r and othercitias An immediate and Thoroqb ceanfng of preaaises soldW effected and farther a e pftuW tibns of filfdi ajowM iCstfmanure shfeald b kfptJin yauli or boxes scrssiil oq ccTffsd OII frequently sprinkled vTilillptW MreYtGerafrletst once a week Garbage rceptacee shosM 1jj carefully covered aad fH st oik tepts sprinkled withi xUcked Uor oiL Privy vaults sboW be ssfpAs fly proot JMKl iifcwr ooMaM ttqjientrr sprjikfs4 Wiijh rIUOM Ia adi9aPb KtiJ for thavwal a5uLths brN It ia eytr1t rt sQs- bamak to preYa Ui f Mttjrinff tho uo ss sr haying aoceesto iik ar0obw foo s1HW All dpors and w4t 4ows lally thocaoI the k Ob sad diD oom should be crau- poodexp9sedioraSleShOOW P Fr T lDo you know T JI r cou aik1flCalIY vent 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yoar old suit tndWfc Jsjsk s4ood asaw 1CaU aadprV as a trial rnSplace of business aver Cai grocery asraa firs- tibelowCerksothes I flie LoauvlllcfresaQK CX4 r r 1y t- a r Patt G csan+ 1i4 Bie tJhb w lar JUt FajUr MoGomgal S 10 thIi v lane Mtae iTt I I A41 Qex 7lr the get ij arNd YrsJ L Yarts jiiU clnldre t tga C YaaArs l Mrs SoiUNMU ad 3ifr Janae atror MOil tlk sick 1hi- tl SL Hlsbrt Bimms a ad Bpldiag v afd h re- sHI J rt LM1M Nis Lea ror Tiaompeon JraJ Mar 1II WM1r J s X JI 1Jrspent last tif elth MisMar ret Mason jt t Miirlxroiin andd ud1Jers t fiMit WdiMMlaj with Mr and Jibs McAlliMer MiMM Xteior Reed and Har 7i7 YasAraials p tone night vfert iMk with MiM Sara R ed y UiMM May l Thompon Sue DMI Sw Kdgcrtoo ahd Mr WednesdayLYi f Ifrir PoJin and sisters 1 Mi Jiha spent Sunday lrik Mise iDQlln I V i v Mgr cu Litee y entertAin j r eilalr six pciockHdiBBer Thur f 1 Yl attendedtitiw hop iatt Springfield Tuesday mlghtv 1 kr Tpiw t famrti ft IN Ca tW j tTof Mr and- i irs JUtdla tSunday MiM HarTty VanAtfllale en iorta tda axiWr other friena- siamiiixr oclock dinner Friday t rt Miss Rmlyn Eveng is the t tg olDel1areKorl 0B lat Satwiay the Litsey gamefz9 ovr an moon attiiobI healer at that place with theIotbtc with SaarptTille The ire aewu played with Tab 7low sad wac tuily wonbytha s f 3jjfep Stars From the way t ibat Taljlow played we are m iiiMclk believe itwas their trot Mt Vandyke who pitched for titt t4toey 6Ttar was certainly a- 3a ifopgcrtolhe Tablow boys who t trick at hiia delivery like a iI 1Jbat tchoolbbys fighting 1 r TDiiiablebaag Some 3 or 4 fellows1 74 twirled for Tablow and each one ietiht name fate by having thei J apbere batted to all parts of thu o park When the second game began t the Litaey Star s were almost ex bamated from running through l tilt rag w8tda and cow vines awi Sberp yille came out victor ofTothis caiMt was the catching of J 7 Dretk DMyo tl who wa formerly a Littey boy tt Jffjj tart 1IiAce heleft hers devel Y tt odd into a Georgetown college i alai- y + l it rrr t 8M I oar 1 it I 1 I Enameled Warg r It f + A wlot ofrli Ir I ii Water Coolersl o n ft Get oarr pxiceson r IvogaiL 43rxt 31S 1 r gn Rtellli rpgs spent 5everfil l diyslatt week with their sister Mrs F E Yocum Mrs Oohnl mHays and Mrj PrrtnJVfoore spent We esdi with Mrs JohnStevensoh J ItCeftsrs H T Virgin and LeE Chefttham were in 1New HaVen Saturday j Rev 1ffjJ YanceyfbfMidj way and Mr and MrsS B falteilyv Mr Oliver of Arkansas ar rive Thursday to spend several months with his brother Mr J N H Olveroftbis place Mr Andrew Welker son and wife and Mr and Mrs Jesse Washburn and children were guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Settle Sopd yrMrs T J Trent and son Erastus of Chaplin spent Thursday with rsAO Yates Miss Mary Williams was the guest of Miss Estelfe Homan Sunday night fMiss Sue Boblitt of Spring visiting her cousin Miss Lillian Pile Mrs James Huston of Bloomfield and Mrs Albert Gwinn of Louisville spent Monday with Mrs Thos Sweeney ji M arvelousl Iscoueries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill men and that onder of wonders Dricing New Discovery to save life when threat ened bv coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup branchitis hemorrhages htiyfeyer said whooping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affec bone it has no equal It relivEs in stantly Its the surast cure lame il Black of Asheville N C R R No 4 whites it cured him of an obsti pate cough after all other remedies iailed50c an4100A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Havdon b Rob sons store r Sharp sville Mr DaVe Derringer passed If VorkIfMr Wade Beasleyl of Spring field was at home Saturday and Sunday I 1ft Rev Jones of Eldorado will begin a protracted meeting at Antioch July lltut Mr Tavlor Robinson lost a fine cow last week and also a olTd was badly hurl Farmers will lose their sweat t this week for harvest is now on Born to the wife of Mr Ollic Foster a ten pound girl June 1 and also to the wife of Mr Clarence Drury a 9pound boy Rev Jack Simms filled his re gula appointment at Antioch Sunday Grant Kays will begir ing school at Antioch SattIIRev Claud Graham and family of Cardwell visited Mr Oaca r t 1p ti NOTICEi4 ai f 1 it I v toyf x call your attention to whereby you can- jr save Money and at the same time get L y t 45 i 11reliable goods I 4 BlueI r4i 4 f r Pluiiiliing t ntISunday f IPerfectionI I 1i1 DIAMOND EDGE I Razors 1 See our line of I OKJreez ersIt Beat 4 diO llef its Whi i 114 r fuSi VERiI v s Y AND STOCK RCNG r- Ti r We bought unusually heavily this season and find ourselves over stockingr Jii 1 thefolti lowing prices i t ti Clothing N x i Inpluded in this sale will be such well r known makes ofClothing as t r Hart Shaffner Marx 1 tlfl CA Suits for Men 3QOCUSuits fISr V HartS ijlffne r do Marx ti IC AA ariaf fIDUU Y l tAAki Berman Co WelwdrW Menr1I275 and 2500 700 A 225bid J7502000U001200t1500 1000 i 1900L 80O r S einshiemer celebrated Perfection Suits for Young Men and Children i S18 QO and 15 00 Suits X1000 4250 and 1000 Su sI Y 5O V 900 and 8OO SUIIS 6 DO 750 andI650 Suits 600600 and 500 Suits 4004 50 and 4OOScitsl 300 f Extra Pants and Summer Coats Pro tLportionately low All wool Ingrain Carpets 60c C C Ingrain Carpets 45c Union Ingrain Carpets 4 eo 37tc Sultana Carpets 25c S Granite Carpets iv 25c 2 Carpets 100 12j Carpets V 85c 1 Carpets 75c s r 12Ho25c We will offer the extra on andr 94 BleecU i v25c 94 Brown a r4 Cl- c f Hope r t y VT9c H c Apron Check 0 7J brews it j Cnllcos H 5c Good Sheer Lawns fercalea 4 Study these are under the mill price I p r tBro Dlind family Sunday and wnile II re his Lillie fell anil broke iTeraini medial aid was summoned at ouue lThe bone was set and she elyJ MrAK Butner and wife of Ashhrbok vi eitad Mr Harve Drury and wife Saturday night Mr ToG Dennis has returned home after two months school at Miss Drury s able to be out again r r Born to the fl n to play a tin d got worsted games hey jwnped the bet ween them and next was between t emand the score was 500- a in favor of They ought to have known that going norih in acolder climate on a hb day like Saturday wasin the south they would have gotten f A from a knife gun tin can rusty nail flreworklr or of any other naturef de mands prompt treatment with Buck len s Arnica Salye to prepent blood poison or gangrena Its the quickest surest sealer for all such as also for Burns Boil Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Ple 25c at Haydon Rolf rtson I frrr Cross Roadsv I Mr Will Lawrence and wife of RUGS 9x12 worth 25 for i i i 20 00 9x12 Velvet Rugs worth 2 for t 20 00 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 20 for v i 15 00 9xl2 Tapestry Brassell Rugs worth 1750 for i 12 50 9x12 Tapestry JBrnssell Rugs wortjh S15 00 for v ivt 1 50 9x12 worth 1850 for i k 10 00 + Just nice assortment of 27 inand 86 inr Administer and Velvet Rugs We havent the room in this to each article but ask that you come to our store and i our goods and hear the low that the en tire stock see us p of jJ I younds neat MackVille visited the lat ter3 patents Mf and Mrs Dick Graves Saturday night Born to the wife of Mr Curry on the 21st a tine girl Mrs Laura Bpttpm visited Mrs Sarah Salmon Saturday Mr Bob Anderson of Tick Creek io visiting his daughter Mrs Effie Salmon of this place George Bug spent Sun with his cousin Mr Charlie Hall near Mackville Miss Effie Bottom visited her cousin Mrs Carrie Lester S ww urday Mr M A Bottom and family family Sunday near sQmacs eSi1 Fair View JJ 1 Mrs 1fW Ua sa f Mrs Pre too Moo reand Wrs Sam Yocum dined with Mrs diE Stevenson I George Miul wa 3 Jjn town Mon Mr and Mrs EV and two Julia and Myrtle Mr Una MrsJj Smothers and three j Estill Johnie and Anniql and Mrs J Mr arid Mrs 0 C Woford visited the home old rand Mrs Js Bar des y Sunday There will be afc Sunday mt rninf f 0 i R 7 i g r i A ir j i St ve Mil atfe m J rl gains on y r l r We are a femiiBc SMc Tam 1 in black and colors w lt w ff our price during this sale We are special pric s ole cJ IDimilie Dotted SwiM GU MUM A JJI1 1 over We are cutting price po p nrI lLn Y drens Oxfords Metals tr ftWe have Just r ipt 1114 f fl Fourlasted Sliirti J 1J f Full stock of Mens sad gan i PI tlJilengths and 75cI1 Yest 5cjOc ISt 9 7 I RibL M NPius Ia fact sattractiver h An of our asilL csrill saga you Pricesr on Carpets Rugs Lace Gurfainsfo1OUST04RPETS 1Hemp Carpetsi Specials Saturday and Monday following specials Saturday ondqYI Sbeetinpat WoY8heetinat Cottdnj 6QOSlerGinghams Gmphams 71c10i124c Pricesthey 115c1 httledaughter isdolng1li Lexington wifeotW ldyaftern doubleI Sharpsville Sharpsville coldf DreadfulWound Administer Tapestry Brusselljtug received advertisement mention i8spect prices prevail throughout Call and and get jadyai tag these low prices daMr andvisited Irdltatioi Wednesdayh qayI MCl1rneyl daughters Aj TCarney childrensday NewHope Tennessee Duirtpgihissale thfshowing IkjJtjM makinCI Embrosderlash M nm1l1I1Tci1 ecetvda WMMUS UwUnvwr PoroalaiitandN1 aWonns GlomPins Inspection BtiOGk Moneu Gutt fr J Nottingham Cable Cord aHa t tSwiss Curtains u S rdtaoWCurtain ns a IawhiteCURrAllL r9ttWe have a few J roh hjtbat rre will sell at Gr L fT TrLcnAn1 yy r 1 r fov KceDstockil i Iarea offaring Q rea 5riJiaiit + fJOCPaperf08Si j ii c 15c tLut i l r W L 12cPaperII t d1 lOc Pacc tw 12 r i f c SOIfIf F 74aper II l u H r 5 r 4 5cpaper If t I11I GLJi IINGHRM S DUNGKN SPRINGFIELD tm KY I Sallie ndb6YJUre2aI Comsor Rugs Tames liodolorJIIfIitiMtftMMmDicwJlic bridehare BargainsI IrT 41 r c YOU CA H- 1mRoJ1 Pj4 OCML LMfct 5v u ndl Rye ji cf t J every mprning t 11o r Iiphoning rcailiriffat ihI z r KafL t ll t v r f t i Phole 69 ti1 I I try One of pur Grape Juice t i 6 ateI Work Pirstclass a J C AtU tJ fIU8 ta 9 a m11 j Itp2 patj ydti D pitFra it IoiitD L N L k aI4t116t N35- i- UF i10SBV v l ATTORNEY AT A r f fJt ar larho l h iiC- t Ya sIILPXy r1I W GATT JOS over BiOllrallot ogia- a 1 ooo1l HyaUlO 0 b 1te 4 16 5 pm iiie MAVIS f BlJEbl tlEtIOI t 7 alllVtlftnUI1lljER f eIKIalnJn- T- 4I1 JJiIIIII Al tt i iLl Sdi IiJWwi lff iittiM time scbcdnle w s aYHhct tU BarisfowB- dlt i s d A IiA touiek railroad fI Jt t M 4lMLiaTWl Lotusvllle a 4aa BwrdatoVrn i t p mr iBaritewri gC6 p m tiprer es Mf 8pri rd55 Pt JTo 42 Leaves SpriiffieTd it F cI00 a a BariatoWB 5U rJjttPCtioa 730 a m 1ia tyre at iavillQ820a tn i7 h143Yea Louisville av 1111 i4 Bardstowk Junctioi ij SAi I I BarAitown 1005 a m fr s aalld If40 p to ifa UrY Spring fieli at etjgtiLX wNitown 220 pm meta UQUota 410 p mr arriTs IilIcM Mvlllt 545 pimv- Iffc M S ttday Oly Leavee- S nBffMd 71r a m Bardstown- Ss aCft a M Bardi town Junction 1 1 ft am arriyei at Louisvil- r ciha iv J 91 wndal y s onlyLeave s Ls MYiU it 600 ptnt Bards er Jimction 645 p B Bards t tawn 780 p mi arrives at 1 ttpriBcl HM atd25 p m IrtitraEd Jrnaiental0 TREES iI r L EterJthingfor O rchaLarw n 1aCl Gardt PlantsfCatalogues No agents r M FITLIENMEYERr Lexington Ivrt r t WTtTDOUCLAS3OO35O4OO J U f HOES iNiMtMiNI MADE t I1t OiNr Fie1 LD iIcteu-idrd JwHt is 11Mwwli fits1r i ef JwrN q r yresithestisrda hand aasat a ry fh= Iittal jest as is wrr Wt7 Ih Wt y kdr rriast N ya aald Wt our ataadisry It kw J iy 1YL Dgk auJr y u w nil ttdw MaaJWh y teW fit x 4 w L Siti oH4 =NTake n =LLX 3T t CI- a S 1E6 HAM nuNCA NI I Electric t r Bitterstemd whim ezytL s re is w oo Focadbu and w q s S45 R KIDNEY GIYERAND- t TOMACH OUR IItd eer paid oU a drugs oosu j i l1sF t1 + at half price at 1Wallliri rSbacters i J ff1folt A1x31ie rtb4ra BulltGvddax GrluayI Buy ar auto ltWatheDaJ- W1 HhMer r i1A buggy at your own prick iA 1abtlls FQrSille 1 75 Stock EWH Sam Bottoms FoseLE one horse 1ady brake tdrubbr tire buggy Aix EBBI FoRRi T Eoomfoyer Peo npoIit Bank recently JKJ i capi d M millinerysoom f JiPo RENTRoomiiot er P J Thomas and Joe Shaders gro t oery Apply to LA Burnsm uIondOitf Paints may cost lia trifle more butv t t Leo Haydont FoR SLEOid fashioned i cherry bed and dresser and one walnut corded bed Ioquireatt thisi office FPjrildrenebe held at the New Hope Baptist thcliwrwhofat3 clock Special sale on G B corsetwe i wefitsill t cost Mrs Williamsi FOSATE Privately one During 21ndirorie two horse buggy N WillettnWNTEpAni organizer in this section for our sick accl dents certificates verylMB AP this office A few hats bn hands ish and wat your own SipriceMrs Williams on LosTBe weenTexasandE Frddericks town a light Tan Poiigee Silk Coat with white pliq w collar Finder will please liave at this ofti ea theealley back of my residence Has two good stalls and carriage house in connection with lot well set in grass s Mrs John W Lewis diMarriage jjthisplandandMr W wiLydiaFOUND On the Lebanon pike Sunday a ladies hat owner can have same by proving property and paying this notice Box 23 Lebanon KySI t on WANTEDBids on a dwelling House and barn For further fierW C Hamilton City P R No2Box45 The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church of Mackville will serve an Ice Cream supper Thursday evening June 30th from 4 to 10 p m at The High School building at Mackville Everybody cordially invited Alma Peters and Evelyn Ma oniwo dusky damsels were tried Friday before Judge Noe on a charge of breach fthe peace by lighting on the streets Qfj priogfield It was manifes from the testimony that Evelyn was the better tighter of the two had worsted har antigontst but as each seemed anxious to honorpay for their fun in the spm ot- 1500and cost i term of the Fiscal Court was In session on last Tuesday having been called to gether for the purpose of con jidering the demands of the Board of Education that an ad ditional levy be made to defray t the expenses for school pur fialtsome lQlea was deemed insufficient herica the call for tin additional levy of 15 percent The court was unani bows in voting the question down The Proctor Knott Chautaii iifk began its fftb annusi assembly gy1atand will continue until July 8th r y + Iii ii llilii r Teeth ex s traced withI I orIF i ItI In every respect and just as ad ivertised J- jWTSTAtlARDDDSI t KvirlThe talent that has been employed this year is the best Ho be bad and those who attend may expect good entertainments Seyeral base ball games will be played between teams of tthe surrounding counties The lee tune program consists of such en as Gov Hoch of Kansas Father Tihen Senator ThosfvP Gore Oklahoma In former years the Chautuqua has been a suc tees and as the talent this year is the beat on the platform iitsexpected that t isone will be the best since it was established n7 Reuluoa- The it Claybrooke family held eir family reunion at the hODef f Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke Sr on last Friday Alll the living J children eleven in number re8 present and also all thCgrandchildren nUmberlng 16 Lour Rates J b There winbe low rates on the Springfield branch of theLsRailroad for the 4bor July excursions Tickets wilt be on sal July 2 3 and 4tb Rates will b e one and one third tare for the round trip pr2 40 from SPringeldto Louisville Idre turnsResidence Sold Hon I H Thurman as Exe cutor oftbe will of MartinI mpson solid at public auction last Saturday the residence and lot between t eofticeof John W Lewis and J L n Barbers residence on Main a Cross street There were several bidders on the property Mr ToP OBryan became the purchaser at 4000 School Meetingat Willisburg An educational meeting will b held at the Baptist church a Wilhsburg rule 2 at 3 p mto scuss the proposition ttb estab Graded school at that aceCH Williams and Geo Colvi ill address the meeting All are cordially invited to b present Kicked By Mule 0Mrffered a very painfull accident last Tuesday evening by be ing kicked by a mule He had just come in from the harvest ld and entered astable the mute was As he passed th animal began kicking and soonII bad him under its feet He finally succeeded in extricating himself from his perilous posi tion by crawling on bands and feet to the door lrs Hyatt and Hopper asflallEd and found that in addition to severall Gttuq U tcx severe br is sbehtd uifelr d three broken ribs The injuriei hassincbed e McElroyRandolph A weddingof considerblein1 terest to the people of this tom j sitenoonRbE C Lawson united in Miss Lydia Lee McElroy andl RandolphpromDLlYat preceded by the ushers entered the church with his beat man Mr Harry trf 0 Nan and was followed by the bride on thear of her brother Mr T I McEI roy Tile bridal party proceeded up the aisle to wHere the Rev awaitedthetpbeneathtbe has been used by many member s of brides family for the past 30 years Where the bride was grve ini nfarriage by her brother andiymCampbellribbon girlsI Before the bridal party enter ed the church Miss Annier Mc hord rendered a beautiful musii cal program composed of Sch- ubertiSerenadeMendelIsohns Spring Song and Dvoraks Hua o esko Miss Elizabeth Waters ang al Promise Tdee astlje bridal party entered thexohurch t mmediatal1atterthe t The bride wore a white em broidered dress witha large white rose hat and carried a boquet of brides groses The bride jp a daughter of Mr and Mrs W H McElroy of thi city and is very popular with a i large circle off friends Her many graces and accomplish moms make her a social favorite and have established her icqualDtancesi Mr Randolph is a young llaw yer of Clinton Oklahoma His i brilliant intellect arid legal abllk r ty have made him one ofv the i leading lawyers Oklahoma Immediately after the cere moray they left via Lebanon ipr theehometafter August 1st at Clinton Oklahoma t arrico hernhome near Springfield on last Carsrico was ftyeight years of ages and was born and reared in tbist Cou tvSbe was the daughter William and Jane Carrico She was quiet and retiring iin manner and faithful to ber duties as a christainl wpman quietmii Rosee theeShenleaves two sisters Misses ann y and Bettie Carrico Going AwayI SeeF B Ne and get an ac 1 cident policy 25 cents per day i I Just Received a New LineJI 1 i I OfII K RY j 1 I PORCH ANn LAWNGOODSIIat prices to suit Better place you order now I beforethey are all gone I Frbm 150 to 8 HammocksII Swing on the Market Come and inspect our line of goods Leachman Campbells I Furniture Store 11 i ellll eEi tsc 1VAlf lo Mr Kasper Kuhn of NuI vine TanriH8 visiting r01atif es here MrsW F Trusty and cti visitItoMiss Louise Haydon who tw Memep his Ten nessee is at home Mrs B Thompson enter sitsmI euchre Monday Mr H M Moss is spending ajfew days at French Lick Springs mMiss Halhe Huston of Maud spent several days in town Mrs Jeffs Rapier atendedrthe funeral otber grandmother Mrs Wathen here Thursday Misses Mary Sallie Carrico Settle Ynl WeekforBowling Green thedsa Mrs RC Boblitt and daughter Mrs Lev Brown spent several days at Maud Little Miss Helena Simms of Bardstown is visiting relative Here Miss Minnie Blandford has returned to her home in Louis 1monthsMiss Delia Smith who has been in Louisville for the past three months bas returned to her home at this place Miss Virtida Weidon has Te turned home after spendtnga few days h L re Josephsene are spend ing a few days at the home of Mr John F Greene Mr Henry Royalty and Allen assix weeks stay in Oklahoma City 1Mrs Mary Borders is visiting in Louisville this week Miss Ellen Wathen is visiting relatives Jni Owensboro 1 Miss vagina Lisle of Leban t on spent several days here the fIfirstMiss Mary Humble of Stt Catharines is visiting Miss Bessie Smith of neartown wMrl vine spent Sunday and Monday here Mr win Smith of Louisville spent last week with relatives S Mrs Kate Spalding of Lebanon 4 spent Monday at the home of Mrs Teresa Haccan Mrs W K Robertson and daughter Margarite are 9Yaing relatives in Louisvilley Mrs Ford Kuhn and family i of Nashville Tenn arrived here spendthe t Miss Fanny Walls house on High street f The young people were dec rightfully entertained by Miss Bessie Smith at aLa pv n party at her home near town yesterday evening Miss Lillie Anderson of Dan ville is the guestbf Mrs H M Onan 1Mrsd Miss Ella Sweeney have returned from Louisville after a visit to relatives Miss Lucy Brown has returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Della Ray Gregory entertained the young people of Pleasant Grove Friday in honor of her visitor Miss Every Ewmgj I MIss Lei Roberts entertained a numtVer of her friends on Iaitl Friday evening Mr and Mrs W K Marks of Lotus was here last week Mr Joe Wycbff has accepted aII position in tho Tobacco WaJeI tDMrst T C Campbell entertain ed Tuesday in honor of Miss Lydia McElroy Miss Eulah Watben of Bards town Junction is theaesto relatives and friendihere- Messrs i Logan Boslty Sylv es tir Russell attended ibir Hop i here Tu daDi8Lt It is early to begIn cuttlng p on- i in but as we i l elOCIn 8Mi B j r Remembertha t aitthlsseas ons newest tm oIn ttb a4 We have a fA wSuits carrled over b ut are ver Y fair stY wh ichwi 11 offer at I HTLP PRIOB See these before they are all sold i I Big tock Mens hantsat reduced prid s S Lot of Mens Straw Hatsat Half Prlce r ir r We have many BargainS in other Dep art entsfo sf L QWYQ h f r GIVE US A CHAhC- EI d f I T Thel J RobortsOllC1aybrookeC k J Go I I INCORPORATED i It suuII J I rAncb1Lij Miss Lydia Clements of lebI tTnon is the guest of Miss Carrie jEideleri Hon WF Grigsby attended the convention 6f tbe Municipal League of Kentucky at Louis villa Tuesdays t Mrs Carlile Clelland and ychrl of Middlesborcf are visiting her father MrJJF Gregory son SA Russell of Leban on was here yesterday Miss Lola Trusty of Sebree Ky is the uest of her brother Dr WF Trusty 9 To MothCave July 28th jfrom Springfield and all stations on regular Imorp n R train 6 oclock a m Only 18 75 round trip Board at ho elJliLClnding admission to the verall routes in the Gave for 550 A full and completer trip to the great subterranean worm der only 9 25 One night for promenade or dance Train be held at Bardstown Junc tion t for connection on return See LN Agent Sale6 of Town Property We will offer for sale on the premises on IltnrdlJnl 9 1910 t 230 pm the property of H rriett Ann Brooks located on Hfgh Street in Springfield near the Catholic chuch This Property has a frontage on High Street of about 180 feet and runs back to the alley Terms of sale made known day osale For further information call on McElroy Wharton The Best Remedy- For all kinds of sore eyes is Souther lands Ea le Eye Salve it taa now white ointment and would not injure the eyes of ababe Guaranteed 25c eyerwher Fenwick Mr and Mrs Mike Barker were the pleasant guests of Ars p Nannie Fenwick Saturday Little Borgie and Lucile Graves who have been very inI are some better at this writing Mr and Mrs Leslie Mayej Mrsad Mrs Bob Mayes of Boyle county spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Barker and family Mr and Mrs James Lanntm and danghtor Anna May Air and Mrs Loyd Fenwick and and two sons Loraine and Ben l and Miss Lena Ciswll were the pleasant guests of Mrs Teresa Graves and family Sun day The party jiyen by Mr Mel fvin Gillispw Saturday ntglt was waHatteodtd and all reported a most enjoJable1h 1hOMifho dhIMl wiEhMlr R d lrI lames BowIt S day were 4 t4 4Ii iDIPPING T tp r l y 1 i ANY SIZE YOU WAN T AT x Ii I Htchett Macpiersons L t s t f Pumps Tinniog aiti HuaMigJifGuttering 3 Ii r sand alitrkindsrepalr work a spcilftyI 2 i t Our1orK 1is GuarantecCt t If notatisfactory it costsIyouInothMSk i a iI 4o4ettMacpheipsdn t I 1 The Thomas Crown Moierr1 i WITH CHAMjBEABLE PUDe l e I This Mower has lnorte tx iitM fwtaee tom ayra wt tiles market These new feat rwa JMtlx J really meritorious ItF s eed Rar Dwri =I Cutter Bar Ir aprovodkot Jit MI 1 Imo 1lwlli 1 t Gear and can be accba iss It has heavy drive wlwelJ bpi s lfJ IIond draft guaranteed CoMa and M it t i See the Thomas and We rinHand- pump Jf l Rakes and Rellabl Eel DumpRakY- A CJKittiball A tI Ltwis dr fcKambew G8i1ftll A s r 1 q 4 1 A Mr and Mrs LslreMiles Mr and Mrs BbJlJt1j s ri Mrs Will Barker Mr ua Mrs WillEddBowles Mr aana l spent S1iaJli MackyllS 1l pearl r xxk rdhome 8adY efts a two 1 lleyislllw ff r wo wkol f l Yt k 1a Jr It i 4 rill tkis wrttirg mow r s i It1sek aI t ajII 1111loY1- trr a 4 lta sj rrIkwin Araoi ns JLrLie MinarRev FatIira MSeiT E W jnbti ionT 1 4LZOAIIIES7L9Iiij j Ivr 4Mf- la youi arrarnstowft Address fotay informaqoj I j i vr k Yr I A Fja4- it i OfJiIf r Do DLrr UJlIit t r aM SLaOO iaqj YY 4 dto M F4 id24 ati 4 Zo11 a1 1IThewf s V k i4 prai 1 otss7qsLYo4z 4JaskJW bows TOtt flnijwr and tfa r t 1b1et Ikcw OP t e I fl zr-fecktodly iot itirit trI fthsr qfIRg H ioght T IpA L 8 tJ fttf of rSiIj a ac t w awitat1M 1Kt tttt I P ilIIiIl 0 IDKkr Y W a i a bOIk 1fi 4E tI fyOD IIt f bSS COIIMtI sIoi to y 11 t fajua h Mirt Ir 1s biigs- J I 44 t war wt uk4fr e 7JctJW Ll1111V 1f iSm 1M eve h I dtat- I Ir fr at 1y to poruE iM- I twsi qMsy ri1i i 1 t 4ka W1S oi1Si- I F i gt tf C i j i L rLrea IpppppI t intqpn with Jac- ignificant anI- 1eflM4kc1iarge or the bo Tlea apretty fair okft- cta aaoejq k4 Im here h- obt 4kaii bore thauled1 cQuiptp6k ta bn- j forItJ7 bo M 18 aft DJ yed agtr1heke rgt i ium- q 1eittors it 1rb e at Hfi1 h soi 1a1md L ipitiUaff t tf IekTi 4r 3rb JIBTH lIr tatjeh1m JJard t let me go ot tkerA Yi ef HIM to Mfett tht Jaekwag otUfBJy ot the tpe to appl to tiaffrItMkd 1eiI4ae eYe He iMaten 7 t gtu0 a4 ilW i1Jfiwri InccBlgnlooklBl j6yes itxxfcij rlet ttirM brown cklA even white teetk rM4 a II klTeJae wore cord royotrowre Wiie let shlrfc wIth itur 4afnr collar aid rolled up steey- eaVti Tilt pt a caPO tie back of Ms had with a yrpBic vent Qa1 liia brow When they Were Ifi the allp t Ned trle4 to draw Mmjmto conversatio- nfTt ar14ce iilg eyes and thoughts were ceaieret ion th t oatarid sky That la where the fascination lays jtljrought Ned If only he lied shown wouldIhare been dlsUlusloed Xiguess she pfitr a worsVlpeT from afar 4They must lceeif you pretty busy here he observedraa ihey landed Sate to ijprk eyen1gs I suppose IfXe thats our busy Ume replied Jack tnce4n awhlld I lay Off fo- raiorIng I aja going to get up to inorrow ad go toth ball garnet tfy tore yoai do urged Nedsjj f jtfg lt be the game of theseasorir- Xle went home relieved Jack had padticjf all his gtf and had said fsU for get He went early to theT game stii next mornlns and securei a seat on the blfcfciiers atchlnc the entrance aappetlredjdress ug HIs 1UtJ wast just wMtN1sat oped tt 3ouId bo- 4t afiqheon hereinarliicd casually to bIts Bister pessfS Lawrence and t weNt toBot ridlakQfforva sail yesterday Irs blushed flfli darted a qulc- kg1gnct l 4lm tt trfbekirs ret lvj1c over the boalmlI1rr dont twoider- Hta iIbout fis handsome a eh4as I ever siw outsIde of npIcturi Uitlookedt I EUey f andpleased pIt kaUtIU1r beald e- nthffsss1y aid cft hhani1lea rJO Ysshes i born sailor o 7ot- 1gv T li wltbMt f ffirnejshe Eald hesi IaDi fi f i JQy eft1lwitJ iinihywhero- M i tlS oiiee or twjce Verow4 up the ie nd tift1lti he ked ekJrImi f autoiobll for a d f t td tk U1it sJi1 the1- h1Lg4o t ii 1VIi 1Jrnt askblm io- ceiWe toyour 1oa1 eJ9S y dldTpz- nadtbeotb t rLthu1kc EL1a lAreddenIg jmd Jis gazef ItMt ouwd rdob- t 1 tt 1 wonld ertain1jt1 t tobaye- 1eu dee mhere than toe go1tig ebe Is t iA 1iiJ tiIntane- at thetalL fcakfe tls mriijtl shah- ask hIMto ca1I 1ti like 1 oetItli fwiiti hIm to call beaaldarv9uely Why flit heaskfjIni lxnetsur- prIse r I ii dont kne imJn k t 7 1jbtfuh1y i t IlI1a 1nqjreKadufhlrn and r thst taWe pdug r f7l Jj- Mt a be fttlieae j w Puja r r- OW 7 f1i 1 4 t c4ua i h rt I1 I want4 iep- srZ1tbr t1 fIF rJo 0 a a elP1btil etJ- idk Ii an d ichc Ute Lk 1e Iii dItifookcI Mi hfl ttriMayIoxteds clres sJbraSl t eYlItbal a largefpin IIJf ind at tlatm1 fniis 4 f zsibso tf t e7IeipLI a9I1 houre4jr-ed free H8I gtr jpbu Te ance that th letton hM been Iearn6di tt KNow serdf l1 said 1eli sure 9a gitftkatLb1eitt boa te opri- up throu4h ijila7claibi ofraksrT i soti W t tAlkluslese- I 14be x i4d ldEdt t lia14iy tbe i Prt r cqIe call W to Iiet 41ok jMliecawK JqJl rtlhe salI gave1Y i J Pfe hat only two hours 2ttftdl I t I dandy hMd4r t JjJM4tteetVttfP1Prtttc iP Iasrj f A lootsSOdJJeref1f InabeL k 1e W atlsiwc e 8houlifstay In onT But did you know that Tonire turned lp ytMai IIt lepbon aid ask him to 9 1iiir tdnIhtV tig wntIfY h Asatd hope thelrtI i nvcr handd her theCejvertt 1bel There aretQ1ri1 bev4angIed- colors sald Jbhiiarlban the well WIerryssaytoSo its the new spring shaQe pf blue J want Its lighter thin navy blue and darker than eton blue hardly a sky blue nor ah electric blue vrrather a robins egg blue you know but richer Verging more on indigo blue of eoursi not SOd epnr li4dIgo blue a trine nearer tufquofiQ bve thanjit but with somethingoaqua marine JUe1 1ft too yet not at a11 bYibluel II said ijlseeitbejblue you wat1ts milk trust milKvbJuQ VijjieVv York Times lfSPogLfOther Tlmei fSwiss naturalists have rec trrented to the tielyetlnnr Softety natural Bclenje this results oft their studies of the remains of dogs found f among the anCient lake dwellings of Jr Switzerland sCqneIt the earliet2Ich 4hat three dl1tQf lltJitht t Siberian sledge dog at today Later when Ihe ge of bronze dawned upon tie A1pstinewpecIes appearedI j one befog a ahephecd dog and the other a huntnggOg t Alt of these0 d0gs were of iortfiern k rlglnrthe canine types of 1ff Iedlp rri1J1 Ilauds not having roS dIU1- QAlpJi t i cJI iDqmestlc Wf l I waiJ IijJoeVXjowper whd sang of tfojy eBUbThapplnesff bs the onlY filfsa thaf has Burvifedtho fall One of Iho burning and unsOlved questions of to tayls Wfil it survive thl twentieth jjccnlury Will It survive rapid trah slllnd brldgean Romans fights the- xnoduiunoypiand rnodi drama J- Io I its g clllnes ndInfIl- ig ll me q5iEe1 Hotel ripartment and Uburtfat Utfr fodrboinea or tGn ta1ff1ffi 1tweM that wUl GOV nyW tfp c v1 e betveen two stbngai iff tSo cityT Or Jlt1J1nntt- hat rag ffeV tender care iindJhe wa fet of eolfsaoriflLco Jltpye allJs IIj tfslr qlcrjoJf Charchllia Mod etpi Chronicle DjjUhg Canped Goodsv 4 i1b nt e gCl 4uldtIBdmilfmO a 1otof trbublofor a hpslt1 8 jtdfebecom1tcdtdtIt 1 L fY condi- 1OtibeltUJofbeterwQuld ho iS9Y t = a reeuIting- lm vetp cJ Y k to say nothing bf adde r coiIttkco iti cpnsumiifg ccps 1jlif a jfeepl Iff WUejr eeefiis exiremelypertinpat and 16 jsl3ertalny 1Yorth parefuciiifdes Qj11 m wdarl is wJir ii1kp A lfIQar 1aflge d1JcoPlttl tb Imajid Miillioqiai14o-I ii P fJJr I 3Rr f J Y 1kIhatW2Y7 S J4tfs1c3n atIs- r F mf Jilh w1hll3iiI aitiithat itj 1tt H t t aOflL 4It i t i C afNt1 ftJf pkebeY i tl f6 ta7- iJf idob19rW z w t1IN A I t trt Yr f r ro p4pt l h I rh 1 i dTO AfiHBf rl M1STERJf R SffiJn j 99H Ig iIOICM t J b PERATE ENCOqNTE 1HJtH4 CANINEDOb at Ite b jIAy ItUJ tatie tt titht a pltdhed Stktt rge l3ernaid wen ttii Jnllwtdlqgiuard tthe Maef attacK d a equaffiicatfeji b orJHdrrraridEast Ohiotroet After a sOvre- intili t wliiclj severaldiiement- lIrawnfroni rw tleir freet the animalt Icas ieatei qfq wJitb tiubbeci guns ath CbejJn The PpHce Were Driven Back jis thopollce fought wlth the JnfurK- Uted anjmal nt the door of Bunkos home Many rushed to Urc and orla time a panic prevailed Without warning the animal leaped at Lieutenant pam man when l1n att ttimpt was ro de to gain entrance When the police arrived at the bouse orders were given to guard exits front menjwenttoiwp men apprpached the front en savagoiwas forded open the dog leaped from con eaJmetit in the hallway The po- buttlnaUYfoverIhis home folldwlng the receipt of formation charging that he hadal tacked Van Dyke IIin mysterious rshooting aftray t North state and In diana streets According to witnesses Van Dyke was shot down as hqleft a saloon and his assailant tied tin the scene with a smoking rovolve iln hls ha fid K search lasting three hours culrni ntett with the arrest ptJunka at his home f r6i THRPLEASURE SADLY jCheerless American Tourists Excite the iDsapprobatlph of Fellow C utrymenlv On a day of winter sunshine last January I chanced to be tn Yokohama and found that agreeable city en vdujIng an unu5uaFI Invasion George Gjucoyne says in the NaUoniY Re irlewl A swarm pf Amerlcanj turlts had been dumped pn thp ahofpsof Tokyo bay from a great QerindSjllaer rpaifefeadIl dOheThey had BtattVd frbm New Yqrk and were making a tOur roun d tho world at express speqd and thdwere not adexlillaratfngparty Tbeytwcr Mark Twans plferlmg over ngln- thb pasnger4o the Qunke t Ct ry0TkcanfttM e f intense unutterable bor jdoiru yLunch on was the nly thijn4that j aUy inferedted theihv yheyJat In stolid rows I4tlieloung ocatb11r hotel they Iupgalioubte entrance hall they4hlted dverysegtt in the clrnwli4 doW3ThUX werfitdolanglildCto talk veTiforgottot l t tbat tbwer 1niricang rhocprnxpcnt of the headtflraJt a 1isrgjtiie Ono JnaIlfrhiger t l allll f loletaljiyfpbJWiibAck to NeW jial ll d frdm whence r4 stQt 1 benioxnd5td411 z- Lotb thI4trOurlss atLYdko- h 1tiatid4azepjrdssIohs etfI t1rWtoo WlJ ig1e truth tI r bd otvEjtat4oi so- I1ara 1aaznhl toi acOyJipJicI aadieIxpecktbMWallow thwXo1e 7f erWi4tlict T e x 4 4L f t tti k- 4t i ijt t ArLEA r FOR HoPiulNES JrWriter Yt Descrlbee IiCsinth a- s1LIhnd the pImlt i 1fl tC vfo0 cIfyopefUlness as true sign of great nesfc Hkjnea jYlctlptt that we art rMfrYrahhour trotbIesrqater thai tfie world Itself Jjjaftr than a bfanCired hold Pu owpHrh over itcte f ln the universe anjg twhere anl i1rQUghan eternity Silch cOnvjEctlp akLa inanja gob Itlg1 potter thairiches or wilf 1os1 ra It niakss ijP or man a klig A perj slf16Uh7 In rhlmself or any other beingII lie does not usually live long Wor ry kills inord than whisky It really hardens tho arteries No nlanhal a rIghtfo kilt hjs friends bY1 sad mbrose cqumev- naijcel A 4png DcedIs marSoT fe Ugl lttIquttfrae 1Jtjsnw and Yoi yeh v S tt j1jg people shop j1 o Bhut pVfi 4atlTi they are danger fit 1tla goodihlHg to throw back Jpuc shouldfera waJ erect Andlhe IfeSo that yell own thJ whole clirl You GItaB really as Anyone else al1di you feell bettef for the belief jpf our Xdbfes are jfear for the loSJJ pnly bogtes which dlsaifjaear when ypufwalk tip Jot them ypiere Isja good time comlpg It Is bore alreajyu ifwp only tt ewJl v To douhivudte disloyalty To falter would bBlh Ii if of tICURIOUSEFFCTSO OF SCENTSI Penetrating Odors Have seen Knort to Induce Unconsciousness arid Eyin Death There Is no evidence tpTsupport the tory that the smell ot narcissus may cause Influenza But many strange oases are on record regarding the of teals of the smell ot flpwers 1 A foreign pfficer said a medical nitn7 one night vcctto sleep with a 11liumber ot bunches of bleander n 44rgreen hrub with red and white flowers In his bedrpom In the morn Jngjhe was found cad The pun gent smell tjf the oleander had asphyxiated him Less eious Is the case ofa doc tor who after fItting for some time inn room where th re were several bowls of jasmine1 b came exceedingly gi2dy Ife renjpted the flowers whereupon Jte was himself again at once I roomhasbeenIBclous I Knlw alto of tbo case of a man who olog lto sleep in a Store- roOm full of apRIcots was discovered next day In an unconsclbtfa condition and lay for some time In perJl of his life The NelTestarnentom Men ry Today the Bible is the best mem rjzed book In the world and no doubt itl could be entirely reconstructed from the minds of its students Qne young woman alone could dictate the New Testament She Is Mies Lcste May Williams 4f North Carolina now 20 years old Somel tfnSe ago Rev J A Grendall pastor of the Ilocal Baptist church offerqti a prize for memorizing verses of Scripture jOn the day of thO award Miss Wil Hamshad committed and fgelled to- ute committee 12236 verses of Scrip TesJifeluding liberal selecUQiis Jrom Genesis Psalrusr ficcleslastes and other partq of the Old estarnOnLhe Now Testament Itself cotttalns 7S69 verses and f90OtJ8 wprdfi A GtlVtqorlscjence That vierJitratbor unscientific alnaid at d1nlparty inNokv YorK Li Simon Eli 1ertUib bCl1d1pt thO Bo kcfeIlor 1n Utu e That View remlndsme continued fDqctorElexneiv of HOpki sQnwhO lwaswpntj to observe Lent very VIgor loysijv t t v t t IUHf ad ft nortnln fast day after jthrep hours of golf Hopkinson couldnt resist a Jtrntiheon pt cops And as he munched bin chops a violent storm Came up1 suddenly l blue light filled the oomand then n terrifiC cla of thunder shook the building f1Hopklnson pale arid thaky laid fdownhl8knlf0 and fork tjswfaat a fuss he muttered over 11aiit ttbn Qbop t r t k AbMaxJLns Addison U2tiert 7thew9llknOWfl hrstiSgh rprjBjyed at supper at the- liCafe4o lOperan New York the wIt bf the fatllenneII hiet 1ydrsf parlslennes Mr MIzner nit rtistaurant in the Rue Royal scar the iace4d9 Ja Conpqrid 6 ghpija very benutlfuL- flowt 1bVaitliai YOU nib tuade- Inolfeile Ifla1dbutYU are very jInle tonight 7 Y ShEj uxidtoinCw1tha smiie The nlonsieurshO said telt pie horpetlilng htLoncoom4o me fbfulht I t 44t 1biSt AppealtHint now didIcfu cajy the pP1 hVb dteNh1eatheFjoj1tated llt1P ttkctordidnt carqIol JtoilrJtM7 koPick b i A J i f F j r 1c CaIIEor fEjeclionr t 7 r STATE OF KENTUCKY r County ofyashidgforij- tT 1tMay 2Zi19JQ Ata reguFar etoftiis court held prilthe 2fJrd day of JHay1910 it appear Thg that a petitio alghed lty W DJ- Eardin JrW1 r Everett Xeelng W +iT Fells Moland JJerf Wt A Armstrong J W Stith rtndJout Carrier Dave MatheriyJ E D Perklnsi WM Shevmaker Robert Barr WI p Scott Walt r HaTe IT D Tlibmp son W Sulirandtitherswasfll ql witQeCunty J geatthe JaB gnlf rit Zf this tita8king tlfat a d8CorrimoD School District be organized with iv3 boundary as fol lows viz Beginning at the bridge overLprigJf Lick oh the Springfield and Wilhisliuig Jipikft thfence lip said reek to the cross jngbf the Cross IJoadl and HilIsbpr dirt road so as toincluds1he lands of Sam Ck blter thence ti North east direction toa small hpuseo Taylors Fork belonging to W t lPv Cheat mso as to include John feD Voxs farm thence a Northeast tfourse to tie junction of the Western bf fte White Hall pike and the Willisburg1 and Mackville pike thence p straight line ajmallbridge over Little Rock Run piT the Cross Roads and Cornishvillej t pike thencerup said pike to the lands of j Davla l oel including ihem thence a j the1Nor FsYrfthence a straight tine to W J Fowlers house so askto ncr de said Fowlers lands thence a straight Hnet9 Elias Perkins house including lila lands thence a straight Jin to J B Jenkins house so as to include his lands ence a straight line loJjr W Sims including his Iand9 thence a straight to Marion Hardins lands excluding it thence a straight line to John IL Gordons house soas to include the home place of said Gordon thence 3 straight line to L H Hardirtp house including his home place thence by the cQunt road to the Will isburg and Mackvifle1 pike at JL Tt- Scruggs store thenceT7est by said pike meandering around the South side of Nimrod ticndrehs land so as to exi elude it thence on iby the pike to TOrn Hanbys and J WBaker corner sonsI tojriclude the home place of said Hanbyfl thehcfc a straight line so as y include Arch Calvins andGrider Bros farms and tQ exclud Decatur Dragop S4e brjdgover Long Lick Creek thdthi ginning and that tie site for the scho- bhoseofsaId I proposed district be 101 VeJry near the town of Willisburg Ky which clte is certified to be not exct ing two and pnqhalf miles from ap part of the boundary of the said proposed distzictaqd it appearing also that said petitioners pro taxpayers legal VoteVs and residents of the ProM li Graded Common Schooll District and of i To3 Justicotf jDfetnctof this county theCounoSuppetition hJs approvatof same and the c t1rt being sufficiently adviseS orders that S J Anderaon the Sheriff pfiUus county be and is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened ndan dee tibn to be heW at the old school site in WiIljsburgonthe 5th day of July 1910 I the snming4O days or more after t jthcpurpoaejtyotcrarigwithin th kotndar 6t- i Coithonijahd c 1nnnnual twenty flye contain each one hundred dollar v whiteJectt9Statpersons and 100 ot poll tax on each white maleinnjPitant5 Jt2aia vix posed Graded Cpramon ScJbool District over twenty dne years of ajge for the purpose of estAblishingnpdmalnCafning- lI Graded CmmoQ clio9J therein 8- WdVided in sections 109 to119 of the School Law rGomm officers of said election wIl alad causa thQ legal voters of said proposed Graced Common School Dis ltrlct ta vote forfive peribhsf to be Trustees of same in case said tax shall be approved I the dfficer Bsudelectioii vHI make returns in duo fgrm of the result of sanTejpatthe earliest day practicable f B JITEY t qUfg Washington C6ijout AttestV Boo crftI L- f fl Notice is hereby giyenj4tltetjrib aence to the above order bf tjwttowrly L Court 0 Wasjnilhgtpn c unty T w8V hold an election t the time and place- jihdicated frpm 7 oclock amiuji o clock porn for the putposes etPut ia aaidorder Those w1py V earall vjiite malea over lt itypi e yrs t old who have been iWinVii itiff jIroosed Graded eo bol Ot1Jxtt4as md i1 tbe cutyb- nontlisJt ndlI th State eri- eyezprececling thday of eakleIec- tiohJJEthe2Tdayof i 191O i 7SO15ISITiui3rIIaahbuitfdwssi f 7 t fIi wjij c 0 IIChlldjen Cry for FWo1ier jASL4Zkeia IMC for over SO ycaW has bonvl t tue of I aDd haT beel1 iiM4er ilia per Ssonat supcrvl io fdbce tt Infancy All AflOWflOOflt441LJOUbtthIaCoIauteilette Expereiits that trifle t vM gIiuii ea1th of a iid Ck1MrenZzpees 4iIS sdwentr What isQASTCIACitat eia Ji a barIa ite for Cad 4Pago Drops Mi Sbias yr It 1 PSimant It SQflMifla eIt1ir OiuiMrp1i n iIciubstee tj4 iguraMee J Wo- ri1z s 1 ytt bfle it res tCllC 1t xt11eyi eeLnt Tos tlon 1nclr JtuIisey It j iicliatefl 1P904 the t9JH14 nLB we1 pthealUzy and I7i rtillitrriii yiijif i TrIwt Hfnllnt Tilijir GENUINE JAYSLIBears tiie SignatiireW rIIITkKiudYoij have Always oogJiIt SIn Us FwHOvP 30yf84cCtJtt ettY y 1wvU Ij7 r JLc FiELEN IRVlli Wh4SATT rrJO 1 li1lJr4vOrp i rre 11 C0 t INCOEPORATJED i i ii 7thMirkt ij jJltJ t I rvWewakIspecialtydfthifoopingbui v i JcL4jf i F r1 I 1wsftt ckkissJ WII ao tIf EftrIadWasijr II Weashm4y1ssseUIi4FNL l jMcI Wi 5priIj httWihHNHii tale ApJkI ia J1 = 7 d Jff j4RtlRfL flEPNCSIIIMR FARMER yake your oonic aa Hf hhi Jbr iamilv as a cio AeSHteacfcr ad Fcetydor iiai to get the latest mark tquoUtiooi i aitjtime This lovjj be accomphishedbynsne ofOid aereazd your neighborp ca tOt him pared with tile benfitereve4 f C sear 6sfc oQIde or writedireet W i4qiai tanfor information 3r4 iKTJInri oqrtpeI LIKE rate If pm reat i reiia c eajoy IVIC 4 vcan rmmedlate1yiriterptyou j tee J of Kentucky TennseMf Bflthe but fpQ ofThdi L + CUIBRLANDTELH4 MAN Incptd i r 8t5Pert l 1 haveless than writes Mrs GerfrudeWsrd of Rua1ia6d1eeUnIfiftyr per cent better iMMitt rJbegsr tati nftBefore ftkiftg Carfai IfcAwfiered wHft female troublel for eight ytvs My rut tnxibte was irregu JlarRy I1 also uc1th sevecepmis eveiy nfonlh i ut now II am greatly imprqyc ajri1 WW ncouiaknd Car 4ul my suffering lrtwdw Iut V J1 I j r11ttJ Th f Wos Tome 4 The 1oJ id1dnal berb f Cardul am imported by the manifatwefS dtiecf trl Europe and aft not to be jll Ia ne ve Cardiri its siperiorfty U a iemteI aa over MY other medicine For over Qyeljs Cwtg sbeen tile favorite WOJaaA ifla medicine ThC IAdIIC JtJ becaUse M is So easy to St Sfl 6 s1e sortrib1e hi Its esuIt an- ctM baVe faith in Its atis tonic powers because ot tM1hasands of other ladies it has helped Try it today Laifin AdrWiir D t CMHwMM Me ctee Co ChMtanoon IM ZJISS w M ttr w 5i