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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f i f J f r m 1DEVOThD7 f Ii r ty- m 71 15 r Irli SMIIIIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY IL 1910 Ii NVMtEI24 IH JILOCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS Quarterly Court Held Last Mori day Gircuit Court to Convene Monday Police Court Happenings Circuit Court will convene Monday There is but a light appearanc docket for this term although there is promise of considerable litigation being isposed of because of the number of continued eases which will probably be tried Among the most important cases which stand for trial are the Commonwealth vs Erastus Shields charged with mur der the Commonwealth vs Rod John son charged with murder and the pornI tnonwealth ys Hardin Warner charged with mahciousshooting On the civil docket are the cases of Prather VF Keeling and the Sympson will casJi There are eleven equity appearances and four common law appearances 1Thc trial of Henry Davison for the killing of Prentice Boblitt is set for trial in the Criminal Court of Jefferson county today The prosecution will be attorneyjosT Scott Mayes while the defendant will be represented thy attornQys John W Lewis W C McGhord and W D Claybrooke Prenticeijiiitt Vas shot on the ev enin of j 1909 near the dining room doorplthp Walton Hotel and died in about twentyfpur hours The negro boy who didithe shooting made his es- c u e and wasnojt captured for a week being apprehended at Pineville He was lodjr iMri the jail in Louisville where awmtmsrrtriaJAttbeington Circuit Court a motion for a change of venue was made by the attorneys for the defense and concurred in by the prosecution the trial being transferred to Jefferson conntv l Judge Litsey held his May term ofaQuarterly Court Monday The pal case disposed of was that of SamtTingle vs J K Chatham The plain cuff sued for abo t 34 alleged to be due fft an account white the defendant filed 8 counter claim for S150 for breach of contract The jury found for the defendant and fixed his damages at 42iThe other contested cases were con tinued until the June term of court Squire endren continued QnSattJrl day to uphold his reputation as a proI gressive juristand as a fair and imnai tial dispenser of justice Three men 11cismissedwas no evidence against them Those who were fined were David Derringer 3Q and costs for a breach of the peace IIbreacnler Ic and costs for a breach of the peace Another fight on High street in which Ed Riley and Lizzi 2 Cooper both of color were the principals was the cause of a session of the police court yVesterday morning at which each de fendant was lined 10 and costs Each party h d a story which threw all the blame on the other and which in the end proved strong enough to cause the jur ors to reach the verdict giving each party 10 and costs Coleman Stigall a well known citizenI of this county was tned betore Judge Litsey last Thursday for lunacy A jury was empaneled and found Stigall to be of unsound mind and committed him to the Lakeland asylum where he was taken that day by Sheriff AndersonI This is the second time the mans has failed and he has had to be sent to the asylum Itch Relieved at Once That terrible itch diaappearswith the FIRST DROPS of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and gly- cerine mixed in DDD Prescription This soothing healing lotion used ex ternally kills the germ instantly Heretofore the D D D remedy hast n sold only in 100 bottles but asa special offer any sufferer in this town who has never tned D D D can now try this remedy in a special bottle at 25c At cure the itch instantly We XNOW this1 The o HaydohDrug Co J J v n lfJtL laganBrown J Walter Brown was united in wed hck Tuesday morning to Miss Sallie Ellen Haean of this city The marri age ceremony was performed at 6 a m by Very Rev J A Hogarty at St Au gustines church TO the presence of a few friends The attendants were Clem Brown a brother of the groom and W Chester of Louisville After the ceremony the bridal party tookthe train for Louisville where they were the guests of the family of Mr Leo Brown a bro ther of the groom From Louisville they went to Cincinnati for a brief trip They will return home the first of the week The groom iSR son of the late Thom as Brownand is a prosperous young merchant ot Simms His wife is the daughter of Joseph Hagan of this place and is a most estimable young lady A host of friends and relatives wish them a long life and much happi Lebanon Enterprise THE TIMES AVIATION MEET Aeroplanes to fly arid Perform Thrilling and Interesting Aerial Evolutions The people of Kentudky atlast are to have an opportunity to see aeroplanes in flight with real bird pen soaring high in air and executing dIfficult and interesting evolutions with no other sus taining power than the planes and motors The Louisville Times has announced that a great aviation meet is to be held in Louisville on June 18 19 at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that paper at which some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their wonderful aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn H Curtiss whose daring achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a peeress bird man Such others as Charles Willard Charles K Hamilton Hor ce F Wild Bud Mars and Ckwill also be in the contests for he supremacy of the air The comparatively iccent advance ment in the science of aviation has been such as to startle the entire world and the daily accounts of broken records show that there are still great pqssibil ties for unheard of adventures by the sky pilots That records may be broken at the Louisville meet is ex expertsIagain for the reason that unusually fortunate dates have been secured Weather reports for years past show that wind velocity for the last half of June is tjie slowest of any time in the year in Kentucky and of course this is theIrates prevail on all railroads leading into Louisville for these two days and it 4s expected that recordbreaking crowds will flock to the historic race course where heretofore the Kentucky thoroughbred d bas held undisputed sway Slave Deed Over 50 Years Old Mr L T Hendrick of Center Furnace brought to this office last Monday a document which was the first of its kind we ever saw It was a deed for the sale of a negro slave given by Hen ry Smith of New Orleans to Hillman Brothers of Trigg County The deed was dated February 2 1856 and called for the sale of one negro slave named Spencer about thirty years ot age to Hillman Brothers for the suin of 190 After a description of Spencer the deed went on to guarantee him to be free from all encumbrances and from any disease The old document was found by some of Mr Hendricks children recently among some of the old Hillman papers at Center Furnace Cadiz Record lSaves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn before Robert Madsen of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then waj shown the marvelous curative power of Electric ofLand yellow jaundice getting no help fivercoin pletely cured him Its positively guar anteed for Stomach or troubles and never disappoints Only 5Ocat Haydon Robertsons III CURIOUS CASE OF SYNCOPE Howard lark a Negro Found Apparently Dead But When Prepared 1or Burial Sits Up and Stops The Proceedings Perryyille Ky May 13While W 0 Lester and William Potts who had been Attending a meeting of the Cjdd Fellows were returning to their hohes near town on the Danville pike thy lyiiginpulse was examined and was found pr fectly still and the man was apparently dead The body was carried to town HowardClarkhad been out doing some farm work and had fallen by the wayside while re turning home ajlarrangements ward daylights when the corpse wan bfsranmorvingexamination showed that he had como to life after being dead for hours He is on the high roaa to recovery today perfectly conscious but has no re collection of his experiences while ir the dead state I 1 Miss Amanda Bell Taylor daughte ntlYmOVjed past several years Her case has baf fled the best physicians in thesouth Her entire body becomes perfectlystiff while she is asleep and all the efforts of fami ly and physicians have failed to arouse her At a certain hour esch morning fche awakens for a few moments takes nourishment talks and walks about m apparently good health only to again be grasped hi the clutches of Morpheus Miss Taylor herselt is totally unable to remain awake although she tries in every imaginable way to stay up Dur ing the sleepy sp lJs her eyes sometimes open and she appears to be awake but is entirely insensible to what is going on about her Her fatner Mr Henry Taylor is one of the most substantial citizens of the West End of thecounty The afflicted lady is about thirtyfive years of age Some months ago she got almost well and until February of this year suffered but little Iron over sleeping She is a sister of Mrs Arthur McCrystal who lives near Danville oh the Perryville pike DavIlle Advocate j A Tramps Lectured A tramp asked for a drink in a saloon Therequest was granted and when in the act of drinkjng the proffered bev erage one of the young men present ex claimed Stop Make us a speech It is poor liquor that doesnt unloosen a mans tongue The tramp hastily swallowed down the drink and as the rich liquor coprsed through his blood straightened himself and stood betore them with a grace and dignity that alIbis rags and dirt could not he said I look to night at vou and myself and it seems to me that I look Upon the picture of my blighted manhood This bloated face was once as handsomn as yours This shambling figure once walked as proud ly as yours for I was a man in the world of men 1 too had a home and friends and position 1 had a wife as beautiful as an artists dream but I dropped the priceless pearl of her hon or and respect into a cup of wine and like Cleopatra saw it dissolve then quaffed it down in the brimming draught I had children as sweet and pure as the flowers of spring and saw them fade and die underthe blighted curse of a drunken father I had a home where love lit the flame upon the altar and ministered before it but I put out the holv fire and darkness and desolation asplratiqnsandmorning star but I broke and bruised their beautiful forms and strangled them that I might hear their cries po more Today I am a husband without a wife a father without children a tramp without a home and a man in whom every impulse is dead All have been swallowed up in the maelstrom of drink The tramp ceased speaking The glass fell from his nervous fingers and was shattered intoath6usaridfragrhents on tne floor The swinging doors were pushed open and shut and when the little group looked up again the tramp was pneEx l Death of J W Van Cleave St Louis Mo May 16J W Van Cleave stove manufacturer died at his home here at 6 oclock Sunday morningl ot heart disease He had been a ling about three weeks of organic heart trouble He was born in Marijm county Kec tucky July 15 1849 He was the son of Henry Mason and Eliza J Burks Van Cleave and was educated in the common schools and Springfield Ky college He married Katie L Jeffer son in Louisville March 22 1871 and entered the stove manufacturing busi ness in February 1867 with J S Lith gow Co and afterward became sec retary of its successor the Lithgow Manufacturing Company He established the firm of J W Van Cleave Co at Louisville now the 0 K Stoye and Range Company mi888control of the Buck Stoye and Kange Company being its president He was president of the Citizens Industrial Association St Louis branch the lrg est in the country from its orgrniza tion in 1892 until 1909 He was presiI dent of the Manufacturers Association from 1906 to 190J and chairman of the National Council for Industrial Defense from 1907 until his death Killed By Lightning Demon Taylor wellknown farmer residing five miles east of town in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood was kill ed by lightning Wednesday evening lastI about 630 oclock while out m the field driving in some stock About sclock as Mr Taylor had not returned to the house his wife became alarmed and summoned several neighbors who after searching until 2 oclock Thursday morning found him about 150 yards from the house lying face upward The cap heI wore was torn to pieces but the only marks the body bore was a slight burn on the right side of his face and head The five men who found the body say that owing to the darkness of the night it was impossible to locate him untilcone of themstumbled upon the dead body He was carried into the house and Dr Gaddie and Coroner Sympson were sum moned and after a thorough inyestiga tion they returned a verdict to the ef fect that his death was due to being struck by lightning The deceased was 28 years of age and leaves a wife a mother and two small chtldr riLarue County Herald Will Run for Governor Frankfort Ky May 13W 0 Head Mayor of Louisville will seek the Democratic nomination for Governor and will enter the race in a short time The othcr candidates spoken of are Ben Johnson of Bardstown William Addams of Cynthiana and James Ei McCreary of Richmond Mdyor Heads announcement will be made in a few days according to information from Louisville Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets wilt clear the sour stomach sweeten the breath and create healthy appetite They promote the flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good di gestion Sold by all druggists THE DREADED LOCUST LOOMS Time For the Seventeen Vearold Variety and if W is on Their Wings it Means WAR This is the year that the 17year lo cust is due again pnd in a few weeks he will make his appearance on the ffrms of the middle west At least the authorities on locust lore and supersti tion are sure he will and they have nev er been mistaken in the past No one seems to know exaetly where the 17 year locust comes from but it is a matter of record that he does show up reg ularly just thsameiT be thing that is interesting the farmers and the old timers most is whether he will bring Won his wings or a Pas it is hopedona 17year locusts wings means war There is no reason under the sun tIat is known as to why it must always bieither W or P but those a ethe only letters that have been noticed Locust 6re experts have a good deal of statistical backing when they assert that the W on the wings means war and if tie P is on the wings it will just as surely mean peace In 1893 the last time the locusts were here said an old commercial traveler the oth er day the wings bore a decided Wand we promptly got into the war with pain In 1876 I saw the P on the Wings myself and following that we had peace and plenty I dont remem ber so far back as 1859 that is to say I dont remember locusts back in those of1bIdeach wing The civIl war followed Some of the older generation of farm BIbleto17year locusts presaged the Mexican war by bearing the W on their wings i can tell you the farmers are not anx iims to have the= com but thev are eriyasI nr itt this letter business seems like ifoolish superstition But when yes1 1theBand Concert The Springfield Colored Band gave a4 concert in the court hoase vard Satur fay afternoon which was heard and en joyed by a considerable crowd For several months the band has been receiv Cunninghrwloffully under his leading and teaching t- wIll not be long before the band will be a firstclass musical organization ifJticontinues toimproye as it has for somft d time past JV Nominated For Congressr AtHhe State Prohibition Conventipa held in Louisville Jast week candidates f for Congress were nominated in all the Congressional districts ReyR iial Uoe pastor of the Methodist chu char Bardstown was nominated as the candi the Fourth district ReyiBoer Iatefor excellent speaker and 4 ly conscientious and eaomes 4 manEytown News j f How to Lure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff 1 We desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO we were iconvic ced that it was a valuable remedy fojq Eczema pimple and dandruff Yeti we must frankly admit that Zemo has I tar exceeded our expectations as atrea i J ment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that We sh continue the agency as Zemo has given splendft results whereyer recommended Our custont ers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use ZEMO effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skirt and destroy ing the germ life that causes the disease r leaving the skin clear and heal thy It does not soil the clothing ct linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases in simple word explaining how any person can be cured at home of any torm pf skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific reme dYeLeo Haydon Druggist t6QQaQoQaaQo Q A fRESH ARRIVALOP DRUGS jis no novelty here In fact we buy 2 in small quantities on purpose to in 1constantdeteriorate with time That plan makes our profits smaller bufMt V1 t ivesyou better medicines and rem tedies That is one reason why doc tors prefer to have their prescript O tions fijled here 0 LEO HAYDON 5 THE PRESCRIPTION STf BE 0001 aaanilne ilpetQ ifj iOOQ aooo QQeoQ p The RigHt Glasses Are So Easy 5 to obtain here that there is no excuse for wearing any but the best fr Obr expert eye examinations are I absolutely free oUr accurately fitted classes are moderate in price arid they are fitted with the patentn seOclip which keeps them on tslipping tilting or pinching Ydu 2 can have the clip put on your old cp glasses too Q Ed M RussellJEWELER AND OPTICIAN t QaQQoaaOfQeo o n J t s i i i 4tSO1 Dipping Tanks Pumps Plumbing and Tinning1i1 t Guttering and Repair Work a Specialty We do your work promptly All work GuaranteedIiii t HATCHETT McPHERSON ILeave orders at Barber c Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention t IISSISSISSSISSS1SSIS SiSISSISSSi1SS1ISISSSSS 4iiij ii t l c if h lt11 d 0- I I I I I The Springfield Sun HLe SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 4 Tfcne to think about refrigerator aoos Men will not have to wear chante tier hats anyway Leaping from midwinter to mldum pleasant but perilous A3 revolutions go they are still Teyolutlonlng down In Nicaragua The announcement comesthnt New port society Is to fly We knew that Reort keepers are looking for an extra spring crop of summer boarders The third degree seems to be get ting something of a sweating process ItHlt Try to do a little work The report that the fish are biting is probably a false alarm When sailing in such dizzy heights themercury should continually expect to take a tumble This woman with a chantecler hatla far from down to date unless she hut e1lew cocorico veil Just to be on the safe side how would it do to make fun of the comet only after it has passed by mosquitobbis little trumpet in the dog days The man who lied of heart disease alter drawing a royal flush must have had A string of hard luck before that It will be hard to conceal a touring pear from the lynxeyed assessors by oking it up the ventilator of the ar rage flat A Boston court has decided that a giventopresumably her price To cure indigestion marital in felicity divorce and other things teach our daughters how to cook ruh and mind the baby Kegs of various descriptions have keen responsible for many accidents but one certain keg of nails in Chicago saved an elevated train It is true that the sun has bees tiring off skyrockets but no man can tell from here whether or not it turned Its fingers in the process According to an eminent entomolo gist this Is an age pf bugs The line of talk handed out by some college professors makes people think he is rlgfct It is rumored that an automobile t trust is In process of organization Can tills be a fiendish conspiracy to sky the pdce of the poor mans auto mobile The new comet discovered recently sear the path of Halleys comet has keen lost Perhaps It has been drin ufof business by the professional Jealousy of its bigger rival A Missouri man is advertising for a wife withua good wholesome smile Ladles who answer the advertisement should be warned that it will be abso lutely necessary for them to show him the smile A steamship In Florida waters had a hard time getting past a school of Monster 1000pound turtles that howed fight It is early In thesea son but the sea serpent Is not going to be missed The gymnasium instructor in Eng land who has made a worlds record 3y swinging ti pair of threepound clubs continuously for 68 hours could have shown as much endurance and done more jgood bj sawing wood The movement for a sane and safe Fourth of July celebraOon is under way It will meet with no favor from the small boy who Warts his constitutional privilege to blow himself up sE burnt offering to the Goddess of tlkerty A Chicago man has been fined 25 ipaa costs because he ftat for 11 hours on the front steps of the house in which his adored one resided and would Snot stay away when her mother 4rove Him off with a broom The age of chivalry may be past but Romance ontinues ceaslonaily to moke a two base kit It having been demonstrated that dealers In millinery are able to circumvent the existing law as to plu mage for hats the Audubon societies of New York are supporting a measure before the legislature ot that state to prohibit entirely the sale Aigrettes This would put a stop tu the commercial warfare on birds bm Inasmuch as it would also prevent the itiiiziii91of poultry feathers in imi tet aigrettes the better way would tt tie circumventing by women of all iiliUJurJl who violate the law a frB e eyes of the census bureau vea the tents of the wicked will be considered as dwellings A route is to be established for the summer from Munich to Oberammer jfauvwhere the famous Passion Pla- yutctbe held this year A dirigible Balloos with a passenger car capable of holding 12 persons will znaxe regular trips This practical application Ief aviation open upar interesting tine of query es to what the next decade will bring forth In the way el travel In the air j RESULTS HARD 10 FORECAST j Politicians In Two States Look Into the Future With Much Misgiving AWAIT RETURN OF ROOSEVELT Situation In New York and Ohio Apparently Will Be Tangled Until His Return Conservation Issue In James River Dam Bill Washington Reinforced pressure Is being brought to bear daily on Rep resentative Nicholas Longworth to se cure his consent to be a candidate before the Republican state convention for governor of Ohio Heisstfllcoy Mr Longworth as the world knows or ought to mow Is the sonin lawof former President Theodore Roosevelt The Ohio representative has told President Taft several times that he is and will continue to be as long as the present Taft endeavor is continued a strong and sincere supporter of the administrations policies There are some politicians in Wash ingtpn who look on the declaration of the fealty of Mr Longworth to the administration as being evidence in part that the Ohioan believes that his fatherinlaw when he comes back likewise will declare fealty Other politicians say that there is nothing to this and that Nick acts for himself in political and personal matters without regard to the advice or suggestion of his wifes distinguished fa ther If the soninlaw representative should become the candidate of the Republicans for the governorship nom ination In Ohio there are those who say emphatically that he will draw the Roosevelt Republicans to his ban ner and also the other Republicans for it is averred that Mr Longworth Is popular with all Buckeye Republi cans and that his kinshipinlaw to Colonel Roosevelt will have a great sentimental effect on some of the Re- pUblicans who seem to have with drawn their support from President Taft and who are apparently careless about the result In OhiocDemocratic Faith In Harmon The Democrats say that Judson Harmon present governor and the man who is to be their cafadidate for reelection to that high offiCes can win against any candidate whom the Republicans choose to name They say that Harmons record is excellent and that the state Republicans are split Into two factions insurgents and reg ularsjust as they are In other states although outwardmanlfestation of party trouble has not been as marked in Ohio as It has been elsewhere The Democrats scout the truth of any statement tQ the effect that a mere re lationship by marriage between Mr Roosevelt will have any sentimental or other effect In deciding the election in Ohio next falL In New York the governoshlp situa tion Is extremely Interesting Colonel Roosevelt when he returns Is expect ed to try to straighten out state af fairs even though he takes no hand in national affairs and says nothing pro or con upon the Taft administrations achievementsIt that If the Roose- Velt Influence prevails and if the record which William Loeb Jr collector of the port of New York has made In a score of cases stands him in good stead that he who pnce on a time was Mr RoosEvelt secretary will be the Republican candidate for governor It may be that the Democrats will nom- Inate William J Gaynor mayor of New York city for the governorship of the state provided Judge Gaynor says that he is willing to make the race If the mayor runs for governor and is elected and Mr Harmon runs for governor in Ohio and Is elected It readily can be seen what prestige each will have asa candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for the presidency Sees Roosevelt Opposing Taft William Jennings Bryan has said according to press reports that he be lieves when Theodore Roosevelt re turns to America he will be found in the ranks of the Insurgents and that instead of standing in defense of the Taft administration the colonel will take the position of an adyerse critic There are In Washington friends of Mr Taft who also are friends of Mr lloosevelt who say that Mr firyan Is utterly mistaken and that when the colonel returns it will be found that be is still loyal to the man who suc ceeded him In the White House Senator Root as one has bad occasion to write before was depended upon by Mr Roosevelt when he was president to give him advice from a strict con servative point of view The colonel has implicit confidence in his secre tan of state the man who now ls8 Thats the Way It Goes I guess I made a mistake wo lc1nt paint a doorstep for the old tenant Well3 And now Ive got to paint the en tire hourte for the new tenant Washington Herald When Morality Was at Low Ebb In the time of King Canute the elev enth century there Was a law prohibiting English parents from icllin thtir children to the Irish for slaves J t f senator from the state of New York The friends of Mr Root say that noth- Ing has happened to change the colonels opinion of the senator and that if any man can bring Mr Roose velt to the belief that Mr Taft Is ab solutely sincere and is doing all that be can along the lines of progressive legislation that man is Elihu Root Most recent political gossip is to the effect that when Colonel Roosevelt comes back he will enter the field against Chauncey M Depew for United States senatorial honors In New York state Republicans insurgents and regulars alike and the Democrats also say that if Mr Roosevelt should make up his mind to be a senator of the United States there would be no contest between him and Mr Depew worthy of name The feeling is that the colonel would sweep everything before him as least as far as the Re publicans are concerned and that lila only fear of defeat would come from Democratic victory In the state a victory which would elect a Democratic legislature James River Dam Bill Will President Taft veto the James river dam bill On the answer to this question in tense interest is hanging The con servationists of the country believe that President Taft will see his way clear to forbid the enactment Into law of the bill but the friends of the measure insist that the president being judicial minded will find that it is drawn in strict accordance with law and that he cannot fail consistently to affix his signature If the president makes up his mind to sign this bill when it comes before him he will nullify ore of the acts of Theodore Roosevelt which the friends of conservation say showed more conclusively than anything else the real heartfelt Interest of the colonel of Rough Riders in measures to safeguard the peoples heritage of natural resources Issue Closely Drawn This matter in the minds of many resolves itself into this sharpdrawn issue with conservation as its basis between the resourcesaving policies of Theodore Roosevelt and those of William H Taft It has been charged by some of the extreme conservationists that President Taft is not wholly in sympathy with their movement if he signs the James river dam bill they will say that the fact has been proved On thQ other hand there are those who say that Mr Roosev t went to an extreme Jn vetoing the measure and that the grounds which he gave for his veto were outside of the field of reason This particular James river is In Missouri and the puriose of the bill Is to permit Certain specific persons toI construct a dam across it in county and to divert a portion of Its waters through a channel Into the river again to create electric power streamlatthe federal government had completei thel1construction tho vetoed measure legalizing the dam construction again has been reported to the senate and it seems likely that flt will pass Why Roosevelt Vetoed It In order that it may be understood just hoV sharp the Issue will be made between Mr Taft and Mr Roosevelt If the fornier signs the bill It is worth while to quote from the Roosevelt veto message To give away without conditions this one of the greatest of our resources would bo an act of tolly If we are guilty of it our children will be forced to pay an annual return upon a capitalization based upon the highest prices which the frame will bear They will find themselves face to tace with powerful interests intrenched behind the doctrine of vested rights and strengthened by every delense which money can buy and the ingenu ity of able corporation lawyers can devise In Mr Rooseyelt3 veto of the measure he spoke of the great combinations formed to control water power for the development of electric currents He sa that an astonishingconsolldatfon of the Interests has taken place within the last five years and that movement Is still In its Infancy unless it is controlled the history ot the 01 Industry meaning the Standard Oil operations will be repeated In the hydroelectric power industry and that tho results would be far pore oppres sue and disastrous for thevpeople It can be readily understood tram the tone of Mr Roosevelts veto why it is that tho conservationists and also the friends of the James River dam bill are awaiting with extreme Interest the ucton of President Taft when this bill is brought to him for sanction of fox veto GEORGE CLINTON ITruly Wonderful Science is a wonderful thing Indeed it Is Prof Buggs tells me that 60000000 germs can do a barn dance In a space no larger than a postage stamp Birmingham Ag Herald rwNot That Kind Mrs Youngparent Now before you go I must show you the pride ot the household Mary bring in our bouncerMr diving through win dowSpare yourself tho troubles madam Ill go quietly Smoke Town FloristBornething new and very rare black rose Pit burger m7i W1 V M1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY 5 Mt Sterling KyA defective flue caused the handsome brick residence of William Bridgeford to be destroyed by fire All household effects Were saved The loss is about 7000 Middlesboro KyThe great Coun ell bit Kentucky Red Men held their sixteenth annual session here Bully 700 braves from all parts of the state were in attendance Danville KytFlre destroyed the grain elevator of Leslie Bradsh w in Garrard county Three thousand bushels of wheat and eight hundred rrels of corn were consumed The origin of the fire is unknown The loss aggre gates 12000 with Insurance of 4300 Paris KyThere will be no attempt made to pool the 1910 crop of tobacco in Bourbon county according to a resolution passed at an allday mpeting ol the Burley Tobacco society Less than onefqurth of tho crop was pooled last year and with the antlpoollqg sentiment spreading the Equity leaders gave up and adjourned sine dieLLouisville Ky Kentucky Prohibi tionists in convention here declared In favor of a constitutional amend ment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of liquors in the United States and selected candidates for congress In the 11 Kentucky districts Chas R Jones of Chicago chairman of the national executive committee and Mrs Frances E Beauchamp president of the Kentucky W C Ttookactive part in the convention Marion KyMiss Lucy Kate Wal lace of Sullivan died from having swallowed a cockleburr She was IS years old and the daughter pf John Wallace one of the ibestknown farm ers of Union county Abut four months ago Miss Wallace bit a burr off her glove and while attempting to blow It from he lips In drawing aj long breath to dc so swallowed it ana from that time with all that the physicians could do she gradually succumbed to its effects Frankfort Ky Representatives of the Southern Pacific Co Beechmont Jefferson county and Auditor Frank P James agreed upon a settlement of companywhichJefferson county 100000 and Rev enue Agent Matt Holt will get In fees and penalties 21000 The basis of assessment agreed upon was 5800 for 1907 8000000 for 1908 9 000000 for 1909 and not less than 9 000000 for 1910 Bowling Green KyOfthe 51 county superintendents in the West ern district 49 were here for the pur pose of discussing the educational needs of Kentucky especially Western Kentucky and the best and quick est means of accomplishing these needs President H H Cherry pro sided at the meetings These educi tlonal meetings are interesting and enthusiastic and pointing to the wel fare of the Kentucky childthe future Commonwealth Frankfort Ky Slowly but steadily tho resources in the banks in Kentucky are inci easing W Sherman Rail In charge of the banking department has completed a comparative statement of the resources and liabili Ut sat the banks in Kentucky There ate 436 banks 36 combined banks and trust companies and 13 trust com panles doing business In this state These banks had on April 12 total resources of 104468867 They have a combined capital of 19947440 sur plus and undivided profits of 8409 S85 and deposits of 70294642 Frankfort KyThe right of a Judge to change his opinion expressed toIupheld by the court of appeals in the case of J M Robertson against M F Donelan etc affirming the judgment of the Campbell circuit court Judge Settle writing Upon complaint of Robert Porter Donelan then a mag istrate in Newport Issued a forcible detainer against Robertson alleging that he Porter was the owner ofI property occupied by Robertson entitled to possession of it Upon hearing the evidence in the case Don elan decided that Robertson should remain In possession of the property but failed to enter an order and changed his mind thin next day giv lug Porter the possession of the prop thatheAugusta Ky William Teel while being conveyed to the Brooksville jail from this city by Marshals Sayers and Powers shot himself through the heart with a revolver that he had secreted in his shoe Lexington Ky Berlin Lynch was fined 25 and costs and sent to jail or five days by a jury for whipping ilfford Porter an exercise boy un der contract to Walter Urater boy had been disobedient and ThoI used a buggy whip on himtao Tereiy On Jury thought GREAKCROWD 5AW DERBY F bid a Splendid One and Drew Spectators to Churchill Downs from Everywhere Louisville KyThe Kentucky Der by of 1910 has passed into history What the Derby at Epsom Downs is to England the Melbourne Cup to Aus tralia and the Grand Prix to the French turf the classic event at Churchill Downs this season ranks the same in America Theoldtimers of the turfthe few that are left point with pride to the days when they witnessed Grey Eagle and Wagner battle for supremacy Those of later days recall the famous contest between Longfellow and Harry Bassett Those forturiate enough to pee the contest Jot it down with the same remembrance that the old timers revere the great Derbies of other days The management of the New Louis YUle Jockey club had done all in its power to make this years Derby as nearly an international race as it could be with only homebred hQrses fighting for the laurels that crown the victor They provided a place for the man of millions who can go in his 10000 motor while they had also provided a free field for the citizens not so fortunate in a financial sense He saw the race however and cheered the vie tor with the same enthusiasm as tho citizen who ontthe clubhouse veranda with his kidgloved hands applauded the luckyhorse KENTUCKIANS AND NEIGHBORS GoW Wilson Issues Invitations to At end Dedication of New Capitol rankfort KYTJe capitol com mission decided to invite every per son in Kentucky to attend the dedica tion of the capitol and as chairman of the commission Gov Willson is following invitation SEthe Our People of Kentucky and Neighbors You are cor dlilly invited by the citizens com mlttee and the capitol commission through the governor as chairman to attend the dedication of the new cap ft 18t Frankfort Ky on Thursday JuW 2r 1910 and a reception to be hd at the new capitol at night Jrom 730 to 11 oclock Senator W o- 1leYWfll deliver the principal ad KyLife Insurance pol thfe stipulations that the policies are incontestable if they are renewed after one year mean Just what they say and the court of appeals of Kentucky decided this question for the first time recently in the case of the Citizens Life Insur ance Co of Kentucky against William B McClure etc in affirming the judg ment of the Fleming circuit court The record discloses that on JulY 24 1907 Mathew E McClure took a e insurance policy with the Citi ze ns Life for 3000 Upon receiving- t e policy he paid the first premium aid assigned the policy to his father ard brother William B and Joseph C McClure He paid the second Ptem urn when it fell due July 24 1908 aid in October of that year he died theIarswer and counter claim charging fraudulentlyIFhe policy issued to McClure con ta ned the following stipulation the premiums are duly paid as IIt this policy after it has been re beyond the first year shall- b incontestable The question was then put up to the curt What does this clause mean a d does it mean what it says Can the company rely upon the defense in te posed with this stipulation In the pcllcy The court of appeals holds thit it can not Lexington KyTho final inspection- o the new interurban line between Lexington and Nicholasville prelim inary to Its opening to the public was lade when an Interurban car bear 1xg General Manager J L Oppenhelm eij Superintendent of Construction J J1 Pope Chief Engineer George Me Lod and Superintendent ot Transpor Ion Henry Bush left for a test run tel Nloholasville Frankfort KyMore than 50- tmmbers ot the Knights of C lumbus participated in the installation oi Frankfort Council 1483 The delegates represented lodges in Western and Southern Kentucky Southern Indiana Toledo Cincinnati C vington Newport Lexington Louis vi le and other Central Kentucky cl len wensboro KyThe Woman cltb has selected Mrs John Thixton president of the club Mrs W M Rudd and Mrs J B LaRue as dele gates to attend the State Federation meeting In Frankfort The alternates aro Miss Am nthus Shipp Mrs J Al lei Dean and Mrs George V Triplett lIzabethtown KyReal Estate Aent J R Ashlock oM the residence arid fifty acres of highly Improved d of Judge Weed S Chelf near this jelly to H L Inglehort for 8500 Cheif will move his family intr tl1city faynthlana KYRo Charles Ar tbjur McFaul pastor ol the First Bap tlit church Orange Tex who con marIFl Smith hero February 22 last tI MADE YELL DSTRONG By Lydia B pinksVegetable Compound Jefferion IowaWhen my was just ntMold I was corn pletely run dowft my Internal or- gnswereinterri I ble shape I began taking Lydia L l refetablei mother wrote anti told just howl was Ibegauto gala MI i f VT at once and now Inm real well Mrs W H BTTBOEB ZOO Cheery Sfe Jefferson Iowa- Another Woman Cured Glenwood Iowa About three years ago I had falling and other female troubles Iwas nothing bat skin and bones Iwas so sick Icould not do my own work Within six byLydiamyfriendsthat WDuNNIf you belong to that countless army of women who suffer from some fora of femaleills1iusttryLydJa E Pink remedyhasfemale ills and has curedthousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments as displacements fibroid tumors inflammation ir regularities backache etc advlcewdtforittoMrsPlnkhamjgynnMaag t and always helpful Trial Bottle Fxwe Bar Mail fyoanfefrcmpuepsyPltiPafisg94eksei or to mj 2trrDta coTery will rollers them and all are uked to to lead fora FeeTrlal e2 tUe of BrM j Epllptlolc Our efailedaOhi9OaGuarantyNo3 Bottle and piye AGB and complete adMM DR W H 64g Pus Strut New YitP- leue meaUoa Wappz DrggiU sdis Whole Country Is Stirred One of the most Interesting reports at the recent meeting of the National Association for the Study and Pre vention of Tuberculosis was that ol the executive secretary Dr Livingston Farrand showing the growth of the antituberculosis movement since May 11909 The number of associations for the prevention of consumption huincreased from 290 to over 425 the number of sanatoria and hospitals for the treatment of tuberculosis is from 298 to 400 and the special tuberculosis i dispensaries from 222 to 265 During the year 1909 thirtysix out of forty three legislatures in session con sidered the subject of tuberculosis and in 28 bills were passed for the prevention or treatment of this die ease Since the opening Of the lip lative season of 1910 out of ten legis latures in session up to May li all have considered the subject of tuber culosis and every one of them huenacted some law that bears on this subject Tit for Tat Stranger to prominent clergyman I came in here sir to crJtlclse our church management and tell you how it oughtito be run Prominent Clergyman amazed What do you mean sir Hwdare you Who are you anyway J am the humble editor of the paper you have been writing toLlfeN- one ProLIf a man has an Income of 2000000 a year what is his principal J StudeA man with such an Income usually has no principle What Thinking Takes Out Of the brain and activity out of the body must be Put Back by Proper Food Or brainfag and nervous prostration are sure to follow If you want to know the keenest joy on earththe joy that comes with being well try Qrap NutsFood Theresa Reason POSXUM CEREAL CpiEtd Battle Creek Mich fT t 1 s CHURCHMANS STOMACH WEAK jltv tapUy Suffered Twelve Years From ItHow He Conquered It S You Also Can Free SwUIAlalefLrnedbottle of a remedy for the cure of Indi gestion and as he was Interested because he suffered that way he wrote for It The reme 11 Dr Cald cstnwho Is a minister of the Methodist Epls copal Church and a member of the Cen tral Alabama Con ferenoe took the iiris bottle with the result that he was very apeewly cured 11 rs Alice Northrup You or any other sufferer from constipation Indigestion and dyspepsia sick canhaveprepaid by forwarding your name and mfldetbestwtfntmastever tried Druggists will sell you the regular bottles at 50 cents or 1 and re MrsNorthrupix presented herewith If there Is any understandr CaldILi LUCKY Offulgood I can trulir say that I never did a hasty act for which I Was afterward sorry- Sinnycuss Didnt you ever put the wrong end of a cigar in your mouth AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING Just about two yearS ago some form of humor appeared on my scalp The beginning was a slight itching but it grew steadily worse until when I combed my hair the scalp became raw and the ends of the comb teetI 4 would be wet with blood Most of the time there was an intolerable In A painful burning way very muc as a bad raw burn If deep will itch and smart when first beginning to heat Combing my hair was positive torture My hair was long and tan gled terribly because of the blood and scabs This continued growing wors and over half my hair fell out I was in despair really afraid of becomin totally bald greathatt scratch the worst places so that my fingertips would be bloody I could not sleep well and after being asleep a short time twouldwake up nearly wild with the torture A neighbor said it must be salt rheum Having used Cuticura Soap merely a a toilet soap before I now decided t order a set of the Cuticura Remedies Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills I used them according to directions for perhaps six weeks then left off as the disease seemed to be eradi cated but toward spring eighteen months ago there was a slight re turn of the scalp humor I commenced the Cuticura treatment at once so had very little trouble On my scalp I used about one half a cake of Cuticura Soap and half a box of Cuticura Ointment in all The first iime I took six or seven bottles of Cu ticura Pills and the last time three bottles neither an expensive or tedious treatment Since then I have had no scalp trouble of any kind r Standing up with my hair unbound it comes to my knees and had it not been for Cuticura I should doubtless be wholly bald This is a voluntary unsolicited tes timonial and I take pleasure in writing It hoping my experience may help someone else Miss Lillian Brow- R F D 1 Liberty Me Oct 29 1909 How He Expressed It Every small boythe right kin- daDhowth1nks his own mother th symbol of all perfection Few however have the ability to express their admlradbm as prettily as the little hero of the following anecdote Richards mother was putting him to bed and as she kissed him good night she saldHDo you know you are the whole world to mamma 1 Am Irhe answeredquickly We then youre heaven and the north pole to metYouthsCompanlon Woman Caught Red Handed A woman was caught red handed Tuesday There was nothing sensational about it All she had done was to do her washing with cheap common yellow laundry soap and the esult was as it always Is that her hands were cracked and chapped and chafed un they were sights Easy Task soap re lieves a woman of so much rubbing and n9harmTask soap is good to wash the hands with It wont hurt the Most deUca km any more than the finest lace How one woman doesnt enjoy hi ing anotherPri1secLI J IItheLostMinB orlPanar naO- hZ4 nKr 1Yelyie Z I T IS not improb able that during the dry season of 1910 some trace of the Since fa c mous mine of 7 Tisingal will be found as by Law Third of January tlllpftIlL 2 1909 passed by the national assembly of Pansma the Immense savannas and sel vas of the Pacific slope of Panama onveryspeclallyofthe uplandofPanama thericheststituting the Republic of Panama theCaribbeanish conquerors as the North sea orSouthshores Twenty miles from the At thePacificChiriqUivolcano I r O OJl II petaecyvtt I1 JlJlI fMfdVfMMdrrv 1PUOE LO A 1 fIlesserlielghtthen a sheer drop of several thousand feet of sul getationandlowerthelostwhochangedStar During the year 183334 In going through the archives at Cartago Costa Rica some official documents pertaining to this mine were found and permission was obtained from the Costa RIcan government for tteir publication Shortly thereafter a company ias formed in Cartago to send out exploring parlies and although considerable liveshIndications tohaveis preserved the old style Spanish in which they andees Translations of these pa congbeen added data obtain d through a personal acquaint with the c untry described During last dear an unsuccessful attempt was made by the Chlrliquiinformation purpo ted to have been secured in he year 1605 from this point and pertaining to Tisingal mine During the dry season of this year a second attempt will probably be made the documents consulted Is one thatsiterally translated reads as follows Within the nltsof the department of Chiri quI contiguous to the Republic of Costa RIca stint places rich In gold known by the names of Tisingal Quebrada Ancha Quebrada de Oro and others quite Important The first of tbese places was explored some time ago by a Spanish colony which in the year 1601 founded the city of Con cepclon de la hstrella near this mine of great wealth The excessive stinginess of the conquer ors reduced the Indians of the locality to the con dition of slaves they being forced by the Spanish to work mining the gold of the Tisingal These Indians became tired of the excessive work and bad treatment and became desperate In the year 1611 they revolted against their oppressors and exterminated them bub other Spaniards at the place of the mutiny again compelled the Indians to resume the working of the mine and made harder for them their state of slavery This ale most eliminated the Indians from this stretch of countryOn the twentyeighth of September some years after these happenings the Indians returned and without pity or consideration took the hoof every foreigner living In the country nand not only this but carrying stones from die rant localities covered up and destroyed all traces of the workings of the mines and they also razed all houses and churches belonging to ofethese ancient buildings today are the foundations of the church and a bell belonging to it At last the news of the new rebellion reached Cartogo in Costa Rica where immediate prepa various were made for revenge It is known that at the beginning of the year 1710 the government at CartHgo sent 200 men by the way of Boruca and Tula to San Jose Cabecar a town to the east 1about iB leagues from Concepclon This expedi tion took 500 Indians of both sexes prisoners and reduced them to a state of slavery and as such consigned them to the inhabitants around about Theseastthe way were massacred shortly thereafter From that time all Indians living In the mountains in all directions up to a distance of 70 leagues turned bitter enemies of the foreigners tiland up to a few years ago would have nothing to do with the white races Due to these events all traces of the villages of Turrialba Tuls Atirro onnthe route to Concepoion de la and Tisln gal were lost and the trails ot communication towith the mines were covered with brush and completely destroyed so that after 40 years in Cartago no knowledge was to be obtained as to nomperson living knew or had teen the mines at f Tisingal Due to the hostility and cruelty of the Indl ans together with the dangers of the trails and the unhealthiness of the country people gradu ally began to forget about these mines and whoever spoke otma king an expedition for the purpose of discover ing these mines was considered to be com mUting suicide The slopes of the ChIriqui volcano are traversed by numerous rivers In many places not more than a mile apartwIld r u s h in g mountain torrents that form navigable r U I lt lo rc tco AL PANAMA hoar CRiBBEAII Std e- Qr CClLptOF IPN f AtN911Rc4pnear the coast m yot which are constantly changing their courses Alofag the banks of these rivers the Spaniards found the richest Indian vil lages The Indians extracted gold from the sands of many of these rivers and worked It Into weird figures representing alligators frogs birds turtles fish snakes bells plates images and others which It was the custom to bury with the owners thereof In the rockwalled tombs in which their dead were Interred Among the documents referred to are found the records of an expedition that set out from the city of GarclMunoz in dosta Rica in the year 1563 for Quepo Couto B ruca and the valley of Guaymi An extract from this document liter ally translated reads as follows Going up the Guaymi valley one arrives at a place caljleS Couto where much gold has been found and the natives have it worked into all forms and on being questioned as to where they obtained it they stated that they had gotten it In very big grains from a river four days Journey from that place in the dominion of an Indian cacique called UcaracI Not one days march from Couto lies the village of Turucaca the In habitants of which stated that they had obtained gold in the same river as the inhabitants of Couto The provinces of Couto and Turucaca lie 50 leagues from the city of GarclMunoz at the beginning of the valley of Guaymi 10 leagues from the South sea in front of the Golfo Dulce It Is known that following up the Guaymi valley to the mountains toward the north there are to be found numerous villages s chas Quepo Couto tloruca Acij Uriaba Xarlxaba Yabo Duba Ca bara Barerto Tablcte Arabora Cabangara Que cabangara The following year 1564 another expedition set out from Cartago Costa Rica to explore this same countryand the chronicler writing of their discoveries says- Crossing the province of Ara and passing the valley of Coaca we arrived in the province of Terbi and made our camp in the village of Co Guru which lies in the valley of DuyAnd the Indians having brought to the leader a great quantity of gold he sent the slaves to explore and they brought back such largo pieces that the leader himself decided to explore We then ar rived at a river called La Estrella which is the principal one as to the quantity of gold found from Cartago the expedition returned to the province of Terbl to the village of Cururu in the valley of the Duy Indian name for Quequexque and from there we went to the big river which had already been named Rio de la Estrella Since the sixteenth century the land bordering the Sixlola river which lies to the north of the Chiriqui volcano and which empties into the Ca ribbean sea had been in dispute between the governments of Costa Rica and that of Panama At that time it was claimed by both the governor of Costa Rica and the governor of Veraguas The province of Chiriqui adjoins Sixlola and formerly formed part of the province of Veraguas now one of the seven provinces of Panama After the independence of Panama in 1903 this dispute again arose due to a great extent to changes in the names of many of the rivers of this part of the two countries some of which still retain their Indian names while others have been renamed The question was finally submitted to President Fallieres of France for arbitration and an entirely new boundary line was traced in ac cordance with his findings The Indians inhabiting tbs country tyros pea- rr the border line of Costa Rica and Chiriqui have ai ways been hostile and in several instances have risen agalitst the whites and massacred them The Talamancai Indians who still inhabit these parts were bellicose The existence of the Tisingal mine has never been doubted nor is it considered the product of the fertile imagination of the natives of Chiriqui At Cana in the province of Panama at the present time tiere is being operated a gold mine formerly woijked by the Spaniards Several years ago whIle blasting in one of the galleries of the Cana mines an aperture was made into what proved to be burled the remains of a gold mine worked several centuries ago Leather Buckets with straps fit around the forehead and around the shoulders of the mine workers and instruments of steel were found in a good state of preservation The mouth of this mine had been so completely hidden thajt mining operations had been carried on for years almost paralleling the entrance shaft without the engineers suspecting its proximity Records of the old Cana mine are In existence but its exact location had never been fixed before Gold can be found in almost all the rivers of Chiriqui In 1859 there were discovered the first Indian graves from which were taken gold ornaments stone figures arrow points etc Since this time there have been found in Chiriqui hundreds of these Indian graves known to the present day natives by the name of guacas The writ r him self opened up one grave from which he took IS pieces of pottery It Is a wellknown fact that the halfIndian na tives of Chiriqui knowing the whereabouts of a rich prefer to work It alone and to sell the gold found only in such quantities as their needs may require They are suspicious of the white man this suspicion and distrust being Inbred in them and handed down In tradition from their ancestors who In truth had cause to hate that race A hunting and exploring party that recently returned from the vicinity of Buenos Aires and Boruca in the heart of the Indian country to the west of David reported that although they were not openly attacked by the Indians yet they were conscious of being constantly watched that food was scarcely obtainable and that on several occa sions they found the water of the springs muddled apparently but a few minutes before their arrival If this report be true and there Is every reason to believe that it is inasmuch as it is bait a repetition of former ones of a similar nature then it is quite evident that the party were not cognizant of the customs likings and language of the natives with whom they had to deal Qdd inscriptions and decorations are found carved on volcanic bowlders in many parts of Chi riqui and these inscriptions according to the Indians IndIcate the burying grounds of the caciques Many of those decorations appear on the pottery found in the graves and in the ethnological report referred to are classified Goldbearing copper ore has been found In nrany districts in especially In that of Bugaba In which ijislngar Is in all probability located the analysis of which has shown 15 per cent copper bearing two per cent gold The Panamanian government is at the present time planning the construction of alrallrpad from David in C iriqui to the city of Panama which when built twill greatly open up this part of the country and make it more accessible The Indians of Chiriqui ill give way before the advance of civilization and the earth will give up another of her treasures so well hidden for centuries by natures barrIer aided by the avenging hand of tin vanquished American i HoodsSarsaparilla intheworld over by its wonderful cures of all blood diseases and rundown conditions 1ehocoJated oeatAet aeet YjOaeerICpaatKae Wes rie- 11roalM u w- CATcHER fcl Oer t + aKSteewesltereeea 8Maw 4 i tpl ALLENS FOOTEASE aelaM Yom the aBUlIIS iiJWrO the feet Jt eortloc th = restIB root eeaa Lor awhow feele Ii1i a IaBois frtaarowlal JWoS a 1TatetFREE TtiAs AcmeswtY aeatL aft I SWTth-ktYtszaeds ptesereeEMe Ir rO En1e Yj THE UNIVERSAL DISH WASHER t1tahandsyou Money back after tea days trial if not as represented Saves 4ime labor and burned fingers THE DISH WASH CO Swfc lied ML Know Skaville Comfert NO STROPPING NO BONING Cfill t t KKOWNTW 1MRLD HUNTING EM BOTH Texas Bear to senator on a was ounWnsaUllgJjIs Finding of FreshWater Eel The straits of Messina are chana s of immense depth through which a wild form of whirling eddies have the effect of bringing up from the depths below many marine creatures which are rarely seen except Im the deep sea trawls It was here that the freer water eel was first discovered an in cident which threw a blase of light on the life history of a rery mysteri ous fish London Daily Telegraph Circumstance Alter Cases The trouble is that too many people give expensive presents Thats where the michief comes in uRot My wifes father gate hr a house and lo- tChildren Especially like The sweet toastie flavour of i Post Jo sties Crisp fluffy bits of perfectly ripe white corh cooked Drolled and then toasted to an appetizing brown F PvMServedsometimes fruit this dainty food pleases the whole family- Give the homefolks ax treatThe Memory Lingers r Packages He sail 15c tr POSTUM CERBAL COMPANY LW h Battle Creak Mkk ir- i a l ti i4 t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1910 1 rhMl Itl Ilffp fir i Miry plllllftll uR esT e For Fit Comfort YShoesOxfords worth 35O mow 3O P J THOMAS I SPRINGFIELD SUN lUllED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR tVrs In Advance WL SMITH Editor and Publisher wed at the postoffice at Spnngfield for transmission through themans as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fLOOWtiMonthaTkreeMonthfl 25 + t DEMOCRATIC TICKET i FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonderful help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face cures chappedhandser sores cuts bruises and piles 25p at Haydon Robertsons IMI8 is tile mOlt ere w and IK8hctered GROVE Mrs L M Gregory has returned from Louisville Mrsp B Leachman entertained the following ladies Friday Mesdames Emma Wilson B L Litsey S P Thompson J H Hopper L N Reed and L M Gregory At L Litseyis at trench Lick Springs Mrs W P Merrett has returned home from a visit to Mrs GA De haney of Lebanon Mrs J H Hopper visited in Perry ville last week Mr and Mrs Walter Williams of near town were in this neighborhood Sunday Mr J S Yankey and Rev J W Carter have returned from Asheville N C where they attended the general conference ofthe M E church Mr and Mrs garter will return to Lexing ton this week- Mesdames George Bodine and Bettie Hord were here Sunday Next Saturday will be Decoration Day at Pleasant Grove Cemetery Mr Wmi Stigall ot Boyle County has returned home His sister Miss Anna remains with her aunt Mrs Nancy Stigall Mr N P Thompson was at Fred ericktown Sunday Rev H S Hudson will arrive the last of the week to take charge of Pleasant Grove Church There will be regular preaching beginning next Sunday Miss Delia Ray Gregory entertained in a very manner on last even ing in hpnor of her uncle Mr Ewing ot Louisville QDDeDoeoeDeaeQeDeDaeDe e Its Hard tonGet Over 2 o the impression that high qualities onecessarily involve high prices In e manycases this is so but this store to is an exception It is our constant 0 aim to offer Ladies Furnishings of 0 the highest standard and at the same J time to compete in price with the lowest in quality Come see if we Isucceed5 Grundy Mclntire O aeoeoeae eoe neaaeaeoeoeo RURAL TELEPHONESvlp yourfamilyt to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small com pared with the benefitsreceived Call or address our near f est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville T nn LtNEli we can you cover bf Kentucky Tehnessse Mississippi Louisiana and the r rt southern portion of Indiana and Illinois I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated SAVE YOUR FOWLS r BomrtoH Poultry Cure Is recognized the standard poultry remedy of tho world It is the one remedy that can be depended ea Witk absolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Roupl- lffIIerlfeck Dlarrboea and ali existing forms of poultry die 4eases A few drops In the drinking water keeps fowls healthy and FortHI Bourbon PoultryNO EQUAL CureI I kaMnfMediclceM 1ti WJbIteIJ toed Cure Jil1era Gape1fr PLEASANT PP Clay Putt Ky lays Lutfe hundreds of free from atIthem Bourbon Cure 1 cure for Chelera and Limbuaeck Bourbon Remedy Co IaeerportedI fAtAU Ladhs Dwlb EOa per loft Tri VIIFree 0tftr Uii hy HAYDON ic ROIEITSOM Drllrlf Cattle Sheep and Hogs Louisville May 17CattleThe receipts of cattle were very light only 61 head for two days 1028 The buying crowd was small demand very light trade quiet but witn little doing Calves Receipts 89 for the two days 196 the market ruled firm and higher best 7i7 some fancy higher medium 5J7c common 2J5Jc Hogs Receipts 230 for the two days 2946 the market opened firm and 5c higher on account of extreme light re ceipts and favorable repojrts from other markets selected hogs 90 lbs and up selling at 955 light pigs 855 roughs 885 down Sheep andLambsReceipts 103 for the two days 2070 the market was very quiet with but little doing the best fat sheep sheared 6c downwool sheep i cc higher fall lambs 7c dOwn lambs 79c common sheep antitrashy cull lambs almost unsalable Newspaper Campaign The Ladies Aid Society of the Christ tian Church have begun a newspaper campaign and verv cordially ask the house heepers of Springfield to save us all papers magazines etc We will call for them every Saturday and store tnem in our store room until we get our carload Drug stores merchants or any one having an accumulation of old papers will Be relieved of them by notifying us and we certainly will appreciate the help Call by telephone No 157 W VALLEY HILL News items are hard to locate this week possibly because of the fact that the cutworms have kept our citizens busy during the past week T A Grundy was In Louisville past week theI MissiPearl Goatley visited Louisville last week end Rev Olus Hamilton of New Hope preached an at this place Sunday lnterestintsermon Mr and visited friends at Tobacco setting is the order of the day in this section Mr and Mrs Hark Shehan of Moores yule visited relatives at this place Sun dayG C Donahoe and C L Grundy were in Louisville last week Messrs B B Leachman and Sterling Thompson attended the races in Louis ville last week Mrs Minnie Whittington of Rock Falls Ills is visiting her mother Mrs S E Piles ot this place Mr and Mrs Ernest Goatley visited the latter s parents Mr and Mrs Tom Virgin at Maud Sunday Miss Weidley has returned to her home in Louisville after staying with Mrs S Ew Piles during her recent ill ness Edward Goatley and family were guests of Hughey Goatley and family Sunday Robert M Thompson is receiving wool at this place Highest price being paid at present is 25c Mr and Mrs M Reed were guests of relatives at Booker Sunday Goatley Bros recently sold a bunch of ewes and lambs to Brown Tatum at 750 per head The Liteey Stars organized a baseball team at that place Saturday Van Arsdale and VanDyke will do the slab work while John Polin will be at the receiving end with his usual ability and will doubtless show em how to eat em alive This team is strong coun try aggregation and announce that they will go up against anything short of a professional league team Cut worms arE worse in this section that was ever known before Nothing similar to it has over happened since the army worm brigade passed through this part of the state Several of our early farmers have set- out large quantities of tobacco however we feel that the old maxim the early bird catches the worm U will as sert itself in this instance witn apall ing truthfulness SPECIAL NOTICE Of Importance to the People of J Springfield The Leo Haydon Drug Co desires to announce to the readers ofthe SUN that they have been able to secure the agen cy for Parisian Sage the marvelous dandruff cure and delightful hair dress ing = The Leo Haydon Drug Co is glad to state that Parisian Sage is a rigidly guaranteed hair invigorator- It cures dandruff in two weeks by lulling the dandruff microbes it stops falling hair itching scalp and splitting hair or money back It is a most pleasant hair dressing es pecially for ladies as it causes the hair Urgrow in thickly and makes it luxuri ant and lustrous The price fc only 50c DJUJtQ ++ tit + fit ++ iit +++++MtIIt1 il tli M++ ifittit youngmen get n extra s ueezeeof the hand The y fitre punctiiipusknovyiwhat they wants onttake one iota less rV r We like to s IVeynwith JiIJ ART Clothes Y because theyre clothes skeptics and ours satisfactioirat bringing them into the fold Is all the keens A young mans shop is this aiming for ands achieving that subtle style in clothes which eludes the tongue but fascinates the eye 15 to 25FLs We have other lines of suits from 750 to 12150 Special line of Boys and Children Suits Lti W Newest Spring styles in Shoes Hats Shirts Neckwear Collars Socks Belts Suspenders etci tWe Can furnish a man with the best from head to foot + to please him t11 JAsk to see our Stock No trouble to show goods here tEROS wLs W I TheRO ffSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY fit + ++ H ++ iH ttit ++ Dr G T Burton i DENTISTr with CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky ffice in Hagon Block np stairs Local News Notes STRAWBERRY SUPPER The Ladies of St Catherines Alumnae will ve an Ice Cream and strawberry sQPperhn Sat urday May 21 Everybody incited to attend The Ladies of the Willisburg Baptist church will give a Pic supper at the Hall over bank Thursday evening May 19 Everybody invited The Ag oga and Simplar Fidelia Clan ses of the Springfield Baptist Sunday- School will lye an Ice cream and Sherbet social June 14 at the Court House from 4 to 10 pm Pricei25c Ready to wear and Trimmed Hats and Automobile Veils at Reduced jPrices Wathen 5hader FOR RENT Room over People De posit Bank Recently occupied mil inery room 1 have one room over Isaac Gurrys Grocery store with three large front windows for rent Apply to S M Campbell LosTA pair of Gold specKs Sunusiy night between Christian church and my home Reward if returned Mrs F K Neal For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments tail on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUBJEO G GOWDY P oPI Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but1 Mr Leo Haydon riPut a Little- SUNSHINE in Your Home Dont forget the Special Low Price Sale of trimmed and untrimmed Hats and Hats for the children the remainder of the week Mrs Williams In a well played game of ball at Bardstpwn last Friday the Juniors ot this place defeated the Juniors of Bardstown by the score of 4 to 3 The same teams played here a short time aga and on thdt occasion the home team won by 12 to 1 The battery for Spring field was Rogers and Simms THE CLUB Hello Are you on your way to the cliib where they make old clothes good as new We are waiting to give everybody firstclass work Clothes called for and delivered at once Ladies garments a specialty Give us aIcall Shop next to Clerks office Geo G Gowdy Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 50Q to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in BardstownORVILLEARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky FOR SALEA beautiful tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office err Skin Diseases Quickly Cured By a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering trom any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Leo Ha dan the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema BlackheadsI Pimples Dandruff Tetter diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarks ble cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Leo Hoydon will give vou a booklet an skin diseases and you can ciaghose case and be cUred in your yourownI without any inconvenience time from business by this clean simple preparation WILL BRIGHTEN WORN FURNITURE FLOORS AND FIXTURES BOHON Farmers are getting out of patience with the cut wormwhen they had fin ished withthe garden sass they began devastating the tobacco beds The replantedG a mare and colt for 158 Cummings resold them for 195 This is business Clay Black bought of Mike Sullivan a 3yearold filly price 125 Those who attended services at Eb enezer last Sunday from Bohon were Mr and Mrs W I Massie Mrs Bet tie Payne and family Mr John Wheel er and daughter Hazel Misses Loots Jenkins Mary Brewer and Keya Bur ton They were guests ofMrDd Mrs Crossfield ChicagoUniversity lK himMrs Ray Shewmaker and two children who have beenvisittngfriends and relatives in this county will soon return to VirginiaGeorge cpmmu mty is very sick at this writingtMiss Melinda Hall is not much im proved Mr and Mrs O B TevIs spent Sunday at Salvisa with r Tevrs father Mr and Mrs Wesley Black Mr and daughterGarreyEmma Black JjVi W Nicholas is on the sick list suffering from an attack of hemorrha ges ot the lungs Georgetownrfilled well last Sunday The house was filled The Sunday school has the largest attendance ot any county school in the Bounty t Miss May James Mis Blanche Cole Mrs Mattie Fitzgerald Mr and Mrs Robert Hurst and Mr Thomas Hall were the guests of Ed Smitheys family Fay Norton is the guest of Leo ta Jenkins this week A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all druggists To Horsemen lam in the business of handling horses Will break your horse to ride and drive Prices reasonable Call and see hie at the Fair GroundsoOBOHON LUCAS We1ve some SUNSHINE for you y 4 d SUNSHINE FINISHES ADDS A RICH DURABLE FINISH TO WOOD AND METAL RASP TO APPLY ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWI Q THE ACTUAL COLORS AND PJVING SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVING EVJRY ROOM IN THE HOUSE LEO HA YDONSprIngfield Ky I iHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY fAY 18 1910Tr 4 r Cunningham Duns 11 I 1 SPECIALS I Values th- atMAY show why this store should fe firstI Iand foremost In your mIndII May Sales r ojSheerW hite joods Il Sheer White Persian and French- Lawns White Poplins r White int White Linen Waistings White Linen Suitings r White Linen Sheetings a All the New shades and black 1 in Mesoline Taffeta China and Pongee Silks Just Received J r I A special in AitSilk Black Taffeta Skirt This skirt is cheap at 6 rJwe are offering it for t t 375 Axminster Carpets worth 125 for10Q Velvet worth 110 for85cTap- estryCarpets worth 100 ior75cAl- lwooJ Ingrains 65c CC Ingrains 45c and 50c Unipq Ingrains 35c and 37c My ice Will be J TIirsdayFridayand 26 27 and 28 For your benefit as well as my own I am going to attend the Annual Conven of the State Dental As at on those days and take a Postgraduate Course in more in those three days than I could in a year here in my office YOU will receive the benefit W V STALLARD D D S b Q I Personal c I I e ao e Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 oeaQQoe Qo I Messrs R C Bobhtt Neal Boblitt J F and J Chas Greene are in this week the Home of NHart Schaf Clothes Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 2750 and 30 values go at 20 Hart Schaffner Marx Suits S25 and 2250 values go at 1850 UVelworth suits 25and 2250 values go at 1 8 Welworth suits M20 and 1850 values go at QHQU- Welworth suits I V 17 50 and 15 values go at 12 Welworth suits O1350 and 1250 values go at BQU Perfection Suits 15ValuesPerfection Knee Pants Suits 10 values go for7S08 and 750 values go for550 I 1 Extra Ordinary Offerings in CARPETS and RUGS Carpets 9x12 Axminster Rugs worth25 2 Velvet worth 25for199x12 Tapestry Rug worth 20 for16509- Xl Tapestry Rug worth 1750 for149x- 12 Tapestry Rug worth 15 for11759x- 12 Tapestry Rug worth 1250 for10 I I 30c and 35c Sap Mattings 25C 25c and 30c China Mattings 20c you for your liberal the past your future favors Cunningham Duncan Springfield Off Closed Saturday May 4ttion Kentucky Louisville aeaeoeoegoeaeoeo 0rBishop Louisville fiier Fine for209- X Rugs Lebanonivis HopelastMr Forrest Cecil of Uniontown is the guest of relatives near town IMessrs Tacott Mayes and J R returned Sunday from Texas where they have been traveling for several weeks They were accompanied home by Mrs Mayes and Miss May who met them in Louisville Messrs Len Spalding and Percy Abel of Lebanon visited here Sunday IMrs Richard Boblitt who hasbeen is much better Mr W L Smith of Louisville is visiting relatives here Messrs Logan Bosley and Sylves ter Russell of Lebanon attended the dancegiven here last Thursday night Squire Nimrod Hendren spent Mon day in town Attorneys John W Lewis T Scott Mayes and W C McChord are In Lou isville this week on legal business Mesdames N G Marks and Lizzie McLaughlin were guests of Mr and Mrs W K Marks ar Lotus a new days last week Miss Mary Blanford of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Hattie Blanford this week Miss Mable Thompson has returned from a visit to friends t Lebanon T F Montgomery was in Louisville the latter part of last week Mr Tom Edelen has returned to his home in Louisville IMrS R At Noe is visiting relatives this week Mr and Mrs C W Hagan of Lebanon spent Sunday hire Mesdames N G and FePeters Misses Lillie and Nannie Simms Messrs Will Johnson Al Mudd Leo Haydon and Chas Greene spent Sunday at Thompsonville The young men of town gave a very enjoyable and thoroughly informal dance at the Opera House last Thurs day night The music was furnished by the local orchestra and the dancing which was enjoyed by about twenty couples continued until one oclo k =Miss Hadgie Brown spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville Mrs L T Brown is in Louisville this week Mr Clifton Lerchman has gone to WmneldKansas to make his home s tit + tittit 0 I1 9 I1 tittit tit NOTICE f As successors to McElroy Shultz we wish to notify the public th twe will conduct our business in the same place in Springfield as our ors We will always have on hand a hih lass line of Hardware Stoves etc and shall le ready at all times to do your Roofing + 1 Plumbing and Repairing We shall appreciate your pat 1r ronage and Guarantee satisfactory when called upon tit + tqHULT CLEAVERk f fi + + r Special May Prices on LACE 500 values 400 values 275 350 values 250 300 values2250 values 190 200 values Mission Curtains and Mission Curtain Nets in Red Green and Echrell These are the new things We are still weIIstoded kinSpecial Prices 12er 5Cr2C 10c and up See our line before you buy we are sole agents for Florsheim Shoes 450 to 6 Douglas Shosry 250 to 4 KrippendorfDittman 250 to 450 All the a ye in Patent funMetal and Tan in Lace Oxfords and Pumps We thank patronage of and solicit Ky DentistryI Notes QeQeOeoeoep Marx predecess service CURTAINS making Remember ofPerryvmwith Mr and Mrs 0 D Hatchett Miss Jennie Cokjendolpher who has been employed by Mrs Williams has returned to her homhat Chaplin Mr Walsh of Lincoln Neb re= turned home Mond ly after a Visit to MrM C Mayes Mr and Mrs Hugh McE1nov and Mr Mack Grundy spent Sunday in Bloomfield sonsandMissLouisville last weeK Mr and Mrs J R Mahon and chil dren of Lebanon spent Sunday here Mrs Lizzie Durrettspent the week end in Bloomfield Judge and Mrs tH Thurman Mr and Mrs F C Peters Mr and thosalee last Friday FridayandMiss Minerva Ray bourn spent the first ot the week in Lebanon IMisd Bertha Haydon attended the Talbott Spalding wedding at Bards town Thursday Miss Addle Willett of St Cath erines spent Saturday at home hterIMrs JodIe Spalding and Miss Ger trude Shader have returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville ofBardstown daughterhaveter after a visit to Mrs Pettus Mrs D R is entertaining at cards this afternoon Mrs J F Pettus spent a few davs in Louisville last week Mr J W Riedel of Lotus was lastweekNOTICEParties who have been get trig sod along the roadside in front of C L Bradys farm are hereby notified removmgsamenot be done again a r YOU CAN GET Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By Mllinujfany morning at eleven oclock rWhen down town try one of our GRAPE JUICES TEXAS dsburglspent place S T Spalding of Lebanon was here last week on business Mrs May Ragsdale of Springfield is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J R Clayorooke Mr and Mrs W B Welbram and children of Haysville spent Sunday with Mrs RL Purdom Mrs Clem Cocanougher spent a few days last week with Mrs George Coca nougher of Hardlns Chapel Peterson Rice Co have bought the store and stock of goods of W T Head Purchase pnce aboutp6000 Mrs John Goode s Itatthis writing Mr and Mrs Jacob Cocanougher andI daughter Annavisited Mrs Nancy Cocanougher recently On Monday May 9 a family reunion was held at the home pf Mrs Nancy CocanougTier it being the seventy seventh anniversary of her birth Mrs Co IIigreatgrandchildren all of whom were present except five or six A bountiful dinner was served to all present the number being 88 Everyone spent an rind it is to be that cnildrenWiIl11Spend this one She was the recipient of a number of nice presents Big Shipment of fish A shipment of 8400000 young fish was received here Wednesday and later taken to the Rolling Fork by Messrs H W Stoy RC Graham and Karl Humkey and liberated above and below Calvary The fish came from the Gov ernment Hatchery at Sandusky Ohio and were consigned to nine local men A special car resembling a Pulllman and built expressly for the purpose brought them here direct from the hatchery and fnimediately after they were delivered returned to Sandusky The fish were all of the same kind Pike perch frequently called walleyed pike and Jack Salmon They were hatched Monday loaded for shipment that night and reached here Wednesday TELEPHONE 89iAnd your orderwill be promptly attended to and delivered r KATIE HERTLEIN BRO wereliberatedEnterprise Champoberlacontains no opium or other narcotcs coofiidencesusceptibleit Appetite Gonef Indlgest9nls the ftGet Rid of It People go on suffering from li te8to mach troubles for years and imagine they have a serious disease They over eat or overdrink and force o hnBut they never think that the atom ach needs extra help to do x raw rk In these people would take a Miona storijach tablet with or after meate it would be a great big help to the atom ach in its strain of overwork Miona is guaranteed by Leo Haydon Drug Co to cure indigestion or an j sto mach trouble or money back Miona for belching of gasY Miona for distress after dating Miona for foul breath I Miona for biliousness Miona to wake up the liver- S iona foi heartburn Miona for sick headache Mi ona nervous dyspepsia Miona after a banquet Xf Miona for vomiting of pregnancy- Miona for cat or seasicHnesg Fifty cents a large box at the Leo Haydon Drug Co Booths Pills cure constipat- ion25cjjYoME I Cures catarrh or buck Joitbreathe it in Completeoutfit inhaler 1 Extra bottles 60c DgroiZ J I fr v I Summer tIINow is the time to prepare your home for Summer A mfort during the hot and sultry days Leach II man Campbell can furnish you anything you may need for the purpose at prices 1rthat will appeal to everyone I Porch Lawn Chairs Settees IiFrom laOOU p f 1ESCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS frtW 100 Ip I SCREEM CLGTH IM ALL WIDTHS I tLeachman Gamp ellS1ot Furniture S T T ir I r I = I SERIACpo STORY stflJibe Master LCraven 1 Bj Marie ViVortfaAuthor of 4JI8nLi3o1thlcmb fAltss Desmond II etc etc II J II wmwrn1NrnwJLby Upplneott Company 7alBull Tempest worlds greatest poet nd novelist refusing further to be lion teed shuts himself up In Craven his country home His glopmy meditations re broken by the admission of an Amerl Engaiimore especially a synopsis of Ms now ntbelngd1and asks Lucy to Repenting his rude Bess In sending1 her out at night In thetoiIn Tempest hastens after her but refus s to to Craven with him and tAke lodging with a cottager Next from1empe toWCYbutrempestanlBvttJLtfonanger and disappointment goes to Lon ion He asks Lady Ormond with whom herhusbandthe husband gets a divorce Slid insists on forCravenCHAPTER IVContlnuedt Mill Crew smiled I am afraid so Oh dear exclaimed the house keeper reprovingly at the lack of pro fessional enthusiasm VMr Basil loves his writln He was no more than six years old when I remember him com leg to my room with a little stick of Wood I was underhousekeeper then and quite a young woman Henly he said sharpen this into ft pencil and Ill write you a birthday story And time and again I can see him in the big chair by the fire in the house keepers room with the maids and me eyeslifMrs Henly had not reminisced about Lady Ormond and she was not conscious of reminiscing now Lady Tempest died at his birth and for all the bringing up hed hadpoor dear verytrOOm 1iwayImyself and a fly had driven up with out my hearing it for it was winter time and snow on the ground and this doorsho pointed to itwaipushed In and Parsons the old white headed butler you may have remarked miss came with little lad by the hand Fd not seen Mr Basil for nearly five years He stood there in his saysrgent me back to Craven Theres a letter for yon in my pocket some wheres He was not much over ten years Ol- dJust take this yellow stuff off the withimgliiatlbnper and curtains to the window to inturn1shings havethoughtnected his lonely coming with it and was glad to change it I says to him aloneMr alostWhy not he answered me as oldasold If Im to live alone Iexpect Jean travel alone as well Sir Geoffrey had married a French woman and she took a dislike to the childYou call him Mr Tempest the guest said Theres Sir Cyril his brotherhes bint years older How Ive gone on notfo9more than touched by It youve been a mother to himor near it thentillmaStersheremonth by month how to do for him and I had but to follow If you could get him to talk oj it alltheres a HJsthoucstrange enough some of those days silencehewasnt my own if you will believe me many times for such as he was to me he has made my heart ache and 1 suppose flesh and blood can ache deer still for Its own I Xt was a singular ending Miss Carew felt oWas he ungrateful or basef MrsHenlylire in the past Jtils you who should write the listenerTheres souvenirsefOh meH exclaimed the old worn aa 1 cant write a letter any more and Ive forgotten how to talk Idlike to see it wrltt9n lu another way wtfffa1fporIpoiseout to meet Mr Tempest When Tempest came in the guat- artedhe had so grown Her eyes were full of the little image Mrs Herily had conjured up for her Tempest utterly fagged In travel ingdress his hat and gloves In his hand came forward With eagerness his face lighted as he put out his hand How enormously kind how friendly of yOuto wait I stopped at the Bamsdills in real dread for jeer you had gone off somewhere do you know And to find you here waiting fpr me He did not remove his eyes from her the intensity of his look his tak g in as It were of every line of her ce his possessive absorption of her made her redden painfully and her commonplace wordsof greeting stopped on her lips There seemed between them already an intimacy which had in her mind no excuse for being She had a feeling of knowing him absolutely as she stood for the short space of a mo ent under his eager eyes Furnished ready with the little story of his boyhood she had an advantage over him Women understand men far better than men understand them and she saw that no matter yhat he had gone to London to do he had beeh restless and that he was glad to be back and to find her there He went over to the window and unfastening It stepped out and called back to her follow him There are just three roses hereI want you to gather them He held back the stems that she might pluck close down and not hurt her hands with the thorns Miss Carew picked three tearoses in full bloom and came back to the morningroom with them in her hand alt I tell you I am not in a working mood you will desert me he asked I came she said quietly to read wfiat I wrote out yesterday She did reasonIo on tongue and hurried You shall readI mean if you will be so kind The fire here Is too good to leave Ill fetch the manuscript and well have tea here No tea thanksfor mei Why not1 He was at the door Im not hungryId rather not But Id rather he said laughing you forget my long fast and ride Another intimate little meal here alone with Mr Tempest she felt she must not and did nqt wish to enjoy but she had no choice He returned Ina few moments with his sheets of manuscript and tea followed Miss Carew made it this time and served it from the most lovely china her hands had ever topched egg uponthemwatched her with the Intentness that was growing bearable because she determined that it must be habit and not personal to herself You like the china he asked It goes with the room What do you think of it The room I mean It seems to me she said bravely that it Is not Craven since you ask me It Is foreign as though it were He Held Back the Stems That She Might Pluck Close Down a mood a passing fancy of course it il perfection of Itn kind and a perfect Kind for certain parts of Paris but Here charming as it is I am not at home In It Temptest ate his toast and drank his tea without remark and sho ventured to ask 14Dd yourself like ItT I like it ho said s wlyor what it has made me forget He believed his words to be enigmatical to lit and she guilty at what she thought she knew and could read into them took up the manuscript Irma the sofa at his side and without preamble began to read At first her delivery was timid with short breaks and a voice that came scarcely farther than her lips But as the beauty of the wprk grew upon her it carried her outl of herself Tempest listened a shielding handover his eyes He remained ashe was without comment vntil the S- Ilence grew painful Hcr eyes when he at length looked at her were on the photograph of Lady Ormond and he put his hand back took the photograph and held it out to her Lady Osmond you find her of course lovely Very lovely No bo contradicted you do not mean what you say You find the rOldtogave WD f point of view and fhe fraa ttoHge s reply to say something In response I dont know Lady Ormond Nevertheless you think all this Answer me pleww Then yes she said rather de Haasme my unformed thoughts Tempest smiled bitterly and Unfastened the velvet at the pictures back and took the pasteboard out Since you feel so about her snit it unfair to keep her In evidence He leaned over and laid the photo graph on the fire The flames grew somber under it and then glowed through it the edges blackened andr curledcIswasdid not cause Miss Carew embarrass ment She was conscious of thantoo utterly ignored her She rep resented so she believed nothing per ecnal more unremarked than the ob jects of the room which were no doubt directly connected with their chooser When the picture had al tered to a mass of blackened tissue film Tempest attentively came back to the picture that was as yet undo stroyed Miss Carew in the empire chair her dark head against the yel low brocade the firelight on her cheek and on her hands homing the manuscript Re held out his hand authoritatively Nowthe manuscript She was about to give it to him when she caught herself To do uwhat With To deJtroy Miss Carew h6fl it tightly A slight red flushed her cheek and anger stirred in her against the burned goddess Was she sreh a fetich that thAi sacrifice must follriw clungtoYou cant mean ro burn this Yeslay it on the flames please NotI she said quietly and as do terminedly Why not Because t Istoo beautiful I have read It badly but itJs too beautiful to destroy Grave and charming she leaned forward in her empire chair Hi tlydelightedhestUl held his hand out- Come give It to me She smiled and shook her hjead Tempjest leaned forward shall have to take it by force She paled a little as he put his hands over hers that held the manu script with force gentle as it was strong he took both her hands for I moment lifted them to him halt wa to his lips then let them tall kndjsald petulantly Why didnt you say you liked it then before You are my public ray audience and you read without comment She did not answer 1 will praiseheitwill you sponsor itZ She had risen and as If to put toe manuscript out of harms way laid it on the mantel where were her gloves and the roses together You have not answered me Will you sponjiw this new novel I think I dont understand you Tempest threw his head back un der his mustache she thought he bit hjs lip He made a slight gesture of his hand as If he threw away something he held No he said of course you ds notThe Napoleonic lamp three stralgbt bronze candlesticks under the vivid green shade had been lighted and the light fell on the girls hinds as she drew on her gloves Tempest started with sudden eagerness as fI IIstatecaught himself upBsa man who turns of a sudden In a roadway whith er he has been walking at a good swing Tempest mentally turned i his heel TO BE CONTINUED An Old Title Two young men who had ben chums at college went abroad to gether One conscientiously wanted to visit every spot mentioned In thi guide books the other wag equftKj Bonscfentlous about having an hush ous time This naturally led to dlsa graements In the course of one of these the lover of pleasure said tauntingly Perhaps you are doing these places so thoroughly because you are going to write a book about your trip I should replied the other promptly If Robert Louis Stevenson hadnt preempted the title I wanted to Use Whats that 1 Travels with a Donkey Starvation or Disarmament Since 1907 the price of bread ha advanced 540 per cent in Austria Se startling has been tho Increase In fbi cost of living in that country that the government may take steps to chscl the advance in prices If Austrli would send a good part of her great standing army out to till the fields would help some but the government probably wil take no such radical step as that as with an unprotected border they might not have any floldi to till The deplorable economic con ditfons in that country however art undoubtedly due in large part to mill tarism Disarmament d tes not seen near but threatened statvation is i mighty argument for its accomplish inent In Massachusetts tree planting ill systematically conducted along tht public highways Fifteen thousanr trees have been planted ia a few yew Arboriculture PREVENTING DISEASE IN CATTLEREQUIRES LABOR 9wver It Is Both Humane and Profitable Two Great Scourges in CalC Bearing Are White Scours and Lung Affection By W R KILBERTj The two great scourges in calf rear ing are the white scours and tie lung affection which latter has been proved to be quite preventable The method extreme but not laborious are in careItaken s jare tained Investigation has proved first that e disease Is located in districts and second that It is more prevalent where sanitary conditions are jnot per fe ct third that the disease contracted through allowing the infectious matter of the place when thd calf Is dropped to come into contact with the navel of the young calf through which it finds its way into the circulation of the animal The remedy is to haye the place for the young calf carefully cleansed and- sa soon as the calf comes into the world to dress the navel with ja prepa Contentment In Hot ration of carbolic acid that will destroy any infectious matter that may attach itself to the navel Naturally failures have 1beenre ported even when precautions have been taken and doubts cast on the theory of Still seeing that infection of dis eases similar to this may be carried on the point of a fine needle how can we say with confidence that the die ease white scours occurs through any other cause than infection in places where the matter has been GROUND PLAN OF BULL PEN We Illustrate the elevation and ground plan of the building and yard in which wo keep our herd hull says Hoards Dairyman It does not take much explaining to indicate how the animal is handled in such a place Everything Is so arranged that it Is pot necessary for a man to go into the stall with the bull From the feed room the feed Is put Into the feeding trough and slid through the partition into his stall He is watered in the same manner The door which leads from his en to the runway raises up when opened and PIGEONS PAY PRETTY WELL Great Secret of Success Is to Get Good Birds and Only Those That Are Mated Always in Demand Boys often raise a few pigeons just for the fun of the thing but they can make money in the business as well It does not pay to do anything halfway and it does not take any more time to properly care for 100 pigeons than for a dozen If a boy starts with purebred homer stock he can make a profit of at least two dollars per par every year The great secret is to get good birds sjnd only those that are mated If a lot of unmated birds are put Inn loft together there will be a deal of squabbling and eggbreaking and it may turn out that there are more malts than females ojr the other w 4 known almost with certainty to exist There are districts where this scourge is unknown Let a diseased calf be brought in and the disease at once appears All houses in which young calves are reared should be made thoroughly leana large application of disinfect ants should be made until the place is made free and all calves should be liberally supplied With clean dry straw for bedding Another disease appears tobe a form of contagious bronchitis It is generally fatal if It Is allowed to run unchecked for some time It Is possible that this very serious disease may be caused by allowing calves to remain out in the fields too long In cold we t weather Provide good comfortable dry quarters for calves while they are young Let them have sufficient ventilation In their houses without drafts Allow them open air exercise only on warm Weather infection infective herewith fighting days and not until they are sufficiently strong to withstand oven moderate ly cold weather Never allow a young calf to have Its coat saturated with cold rain water The principal matter to be borne in mind is that all young annals taken from their natural conditions of life and living must have thoughtful care and It should not be necessary to ob serve that in the management of calves we are dealing wjth a valuable farm asset that willtrepay considerable care this Is done by a p lleyand a rope The pulley Is attached to the peak of the foam above the doorway and the rope attached to the door extends to It and to the feed room where the door may be opened or closed The door between the breeding pen and the run exceptWhenthis place The Scow is led In the breeding peijrTCTore the bull is permitted to en ter and then the man steps out as soon as lie opens the door which per mite the bull to come where the cow is v Never buy birds unless the dealer will guarantee mates There is always a good demand for squabs just as there is for poultry and the market Is not overdone Game is becoming scarcer every year and squabs are taking Its place It costs about one dollar a year to hlghclassbirdssquabs eVery year These shOuld sell lor 53 to 350 leaving a very decent margin There is a great deal to learn about squabratuing and a boy should write to several dealers to get all the ia formation he can Then he should write to some man whoJs raising squabs for market who will probably discourage him This will take some of the enthusi goodpurRural Mall Helps Farms Postmaster General Hitchcock says rural mall delivery has without doubt greatly increased the value of tarzhj all over the country it WEARS YOU OUTT Kidney Troubles Lower the Vitality of the Whole cody vx Dont waft for serious Illness begin using Doans Kidney Fills when you first feel backache or notice urinary disorders John L Perry Co etrp fure lumhus Texas says r TtibA I was taken sick Myir gan to swell and my I doctor said I hadl A Bright disease I then consulted an I other doctor wife told me I had dropsy and i could not live Doang LJ Kidney piUs re lieved me promptly and I owe my life to them Remember the jiaine Boons centsaboxUP AGAINST IT Bug PugilistHeavens I wish I had never gotten on a match with tie spider EVERY POST OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES USES THIS r INK Thaddeus Davids Co are the oldest ink manufacturers in the country hay ing been established in 1825 They make nothing but the very best goods consisting of Inks Mucilage Paste Sealing Wax etc r Their ElectroChemical Writing fluid is used by every post office ia the United States If you will send them 10 cents IB stamps or coin you will receive by return mail a box of Fancy Perfumed Tinted Sealing Wax containing three sticks each different shade wellworth having and cannot be bought anywhere else at that price Address Thaddeus Davids Co 95 sad 97 Van Dam St New York Fool Remarks The inanity of courtesy remarks that some people feel called upon to interject into conversation calls for a permanent commission in lunacy said the man with the ingrowing grouch Now the other day I was telling tones going down on the subway that my fouryearold had swallowed a safety pin and we were up half the night with him It was an accident ot courSe said that idiot Jones When Company Comes If theres one thing above all otheen that makes a woman feel desperate it is to have company drop in unexpectedly to spend the day and to know that her tablecloth is yellow from the last washing and the napkins worn ia holes and dingy looking If she bad used Easy Task laundry soap her table linen would have been spotlessly white and she would be proud of It Easy Task soap Is the enemy of dirt and Tryitwashday to Easy Task day Inside and Out Speaker Cannon at a dinner IB Washington said soothingly to a young suffragette After all you know there is room for both men and women in this world Men have their work to do and women have theirs It is the womans work to provide for the inner man and it is the mans to provide for the Quter woman ttin tor Owo cnr or retZDo t Lucia f ttmtotkrtnerualneas m the City of Toledo County aM State aforesaid and that sold firm Trill pay tfca KM ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS far each ao4 erery cue of that cannot be cored by te eHAiifl camIFRANK J CHENEY pnet2lA W OLEA90N NOTUTlUJJ Hallh Catarrh Cure takes fatenatty mi am directly upon the blood and mucous awtaew ot toM lyitem Send for teetlmonlals tree F J CHENEY t ToJede aSold by all Drnnrteta 75o Tako IlaUv Family for eeaeOpatlei Drain on Countrys Resources In 1908 the r foreignborn popula tion of 136 per eiit brnishffir per cent of the criminals 208 percent of the paupers aafa 295 per cent of the Insane Between 1904 and 1908 the aliens in these Institutions Increased 34 per cent- ImportinttoMothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants und children and see that It Bears tho jx 0rmm SInurQ Of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought A man pri ten himself on his wonder frodoingPAThK1LL1IftSummer o dnpndablemeucInoiskcponband Never say die till you are dead sat then Its no use Spurgeoa BoothlsyrspForthitdrn QeeJttumuaUoujiHayipaincareawlBCcuUc Sea hL One cant always disguise tke reaUk of suspicion by spicy talk J11 KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH CIRCUIT COURT RULINGS Persons Afflicted With Smallpox Must Stay 6ff Public Highways Frankfort Ky Persons afflicted with smallpox who voluntarily go on the public highways after they havp been Informed that they are thus afflicted areguilty of a misdemeanor and the act is punishable by a heavy line Such Is the law laid down by the court of appeals in the case ot Bell Lawrence against the commonwealth reversing the Judgment of the Rock castle circuit court in an opinion by Judge Nunn The judgment of the Grant circuit court In the case of the town of Corinth against J C Lawrence was affirmed Lawrence receiving 800 for personal injuries for falling into an unguarded hole in the street o Corinth Thejudgment for 1947 in favor o J E Bennette against the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad appealed from the Grant circuit court was affirmed In affirming the Judgment of th othef Clarence Adams a judgment of 600 is given Adams for damages to hi property by Jire and the company di rested to pay the insurance j GAIN CONTROL OF RAILWAY Evansvllle Capitalists Close Deal For PropertYTo Make Many Improvements = Owensboro KYA deal has bee capitalisthave s i est in the Owensboro City Railroad Company and will begin work immediately making extensions Later Interurban roads will be built out from Owensboro In both the east and west section of the county The Evans ville capitalists who are intereste- are W H McCurdy A S Karges FunkhauseArthurFunkhauser WA Koch These men are also in rested in the Evansville Rock port Traction Company BECKHAM MAY BE PICK Little Doubt that Former Governor Will Be Candidate for Senator Louisville KyThere seems little doubt that former Gov J C W Beck succeedSenatorBeckham has not said himself that he would make the race but the four- dation has been carefully laid an- a formal announcement from him maybe expected when all the preliminaries arecompl letetThe ns or the next legislature are from Beckhams home county The Eliz bethtdwn News a strong factor Kentucky journalism which is pu lished in his congressional district an n editorial says GoV J C W Beckham is entitle- to the senatorship from Kentucky CONFEDERATE VETERAN DIES AtjOwenstoro Ky Capt Mark Stu wellktidwn citizen died of heart trouble following an Illness of three months Capt Stul was born in kins county Ky March 28 1831 was for many years a resident of Mc Lean county During the Civil War he was AidedeCamp under Morg a and was with the famous raider du ing his service until captured in Ohio He escaped and swam the Ohio River back to Virginia where he enlisted as a private under Forrest serving until the close of the Civil War He is survived by three children They are J W and G RStull Owensboro and Mrs Luro Marts of Como Ky- Owensboro KyFour thousand people witnessed the laying of the cornerstone of the new Federal build Ing in Owensboro The services were In charge of the Owensboro Lodge of Masons and Grand Master John H Cowles of Louisville Was in attend ante and opened the lodge The new building will cost 175000 Stanford Ky Robert G Jones 61 for 31 years town marshal of Stanford died wnile undergoing an operation fo cancer of the face Frankfort KyThe General Coun cil by a decisive vote defeated an amendment to the saloon ordinance proposed to extend the limits in which the license may be secured License was also refused to C L Ban lord at the Elks Hotel Frankfort KYIn order that Joseph Chinn a negro convict might go to Lexington and attend the fu Villsongrntedprobably the first of the kind In the f history oft e state WILL GETMONEY Kentucky School Teachers to Bel Paid o June Frankfort KyrSchool teachers in Kentucky will not have to wait so long for their salaries as they had expected and will get their check for the last two months of the pres ent term in the first week of June if not on June 1 It was thought that the teachers could not be paid before the last week of June but Capt Ed Farley State Treasurer finds that he will have on hand by the fiirst week In June enough money to pay all the teachers This will be good news to the school teachers of the State who had expected to wait un til the last of June to get their money The amount due is 400000 Capt Farley said that there is money enough in the treasury now to pay the school teachers but it does not all belong to the school fund It variousfunds enoughtoNew Railroad Files Articles Articles of incorporation of the Chicago Memphis and Gulf railroad were filed with the Secretary State and the Railroad Commission The articles are filed in every State fromfthefBOY BANDIT SENTENCED KlliedeIndiana Bank Cashier Gets Life Term JeffersonsHoal the noted boy bandit was found of murder at Corydon Ind and sentenced to life imprisonment Hoal is a 17yearold Louisville boy who last November executed an amaz ing singlehanded attack on the tier chants National bank of New Al bany Ind with the motive of robbery- In the bank he became excited shot and killed Cashier J Hangary Faw ncett wounded President J K Woodward and also a nego chauffeur ATTEND BIENNIAL MEETING Many Prominent Kentucky Women at Session in Cincinnati mostdcom posed the delegation Louisville sent to Womensdgates went to Cincinnati in a special tsar Mrs J A Leech is president of the Kentucky Federation and Mrs I S Barnett is secretary Kentucky women from all over tho state are also in attendance TWO YEARS IN PRISON Verdict Against Delbert Osborne At Calhoun Calhoun KyA jury in Circuit OsdWilliam Corium aged fifteen years his punishment at two years in he penitentiary Osborne Is sixteen years old This was the second trial killingaa beingba bat in the hands of Osborne The atdKENTUCKY DERBY FACTS Churchill Downs Race Track Winner Donau x 1JockeyHerbert Trainer George Ham Timer20625 quarterHeOdds33 to 20 Value 6000 nSecond HorseJoe Morris rThird Horse Fighting Bob Dayton KyFrank Huesman 41 925 E Fourth street was found lying unconscious under the C C L rail road bridge the Toot ot Dayton street in Cincinnati bleeding from a ofcut across the throat Huesman sold that he was despondent and had slash ed his throat with a penknife He was formerly an inmateof Lakeland asylum for the insane At the Cincln nati hospital it was stated that he will recover Lexington KyE T Robards ot the Lexington Tobacco Warehouse mens Association says that the re ports that tobacco plants were seriously damaged by recent frosts have proved tp be unfounded He said the association has made a careful can vass among the planters and finds that the frost did comparatively little damage Glasgow KyThe drug store of Dr C L Venable here was gutted by flames causing a lossof several thousand dollars covered by Insur ance S nt combustion is be lieved to havestarted the fire Crab Orchard KyJ F Edmiston aged 75 years died of paralysis of the brain after a brief illness He was a merchant having run a mercantile easiness at this place for about forty live years He was a brother of D B Edmiston of the internal Revenue of lice at Louisville a I Simple Street Hat YOU are looking for comfort and IF in a street hat and want to sure that it embodies style and becbmingness as well study the models shown here Fig 1 shows a French hat woven in one piece and faced with a deml facing of lack velvet It Is so altogether charming that It will tempt the price of a much more elaborate effort from almost any discriminating buyer could be simpler than its decoration of two pheasant feathers men ted with a big jeweled straw caboi hon This mounting of two long quill gives them an importance which plats them in the chanticler class at 01 ceoAnd one must not complain at th j high price of p chanticler pat tern This is really one of the most beau ifully balanced shapes which is to be found Call it the henpheas ant model and cheerfully part with 200 francs for it in Paris It finally dawn upon those who observ- that there are other things to a hat besides trimmings Fig 2 of which two views ar shown is an American model in royal blue and white braid The brim Is soft and beautifully draped and CONFIRMATION DRESS The dress we show here Is pretty In Its simplicity It may be made up in White material A plastron Is taken down the center front the bodice and skirt Joining it with awrapped seam a strap of silk edges the foot of skirt alsothe oversleeves and another Is taken ove r the shoulders while the lace yoke is edged by a small plastron of silk The undersleeves are of lace to match the yoke Materials required Six yards 44 Inches wile one dozen buttons two yards lac two yards silk Pretty Veil Effect The nets dotted with metallic beads are used to a largo extent for yokes Bleev ssashes etc The gener manipulation of yokes cuffs etc to use the net for tho outer portio lining with chiffon or mousseline df sllu The effect Is better if the beat- ed set is used for a foundation an then veiled with finest mull tulle or any delicate transparent fabric Puff skirts arranged with this kind of veiling give the prettiest effect imaginable softening the glare of the metallic beads v the whole make up of the hat shows the handiwork of an artist in millinery Folded velvet Is thrust through the brim at the left and ex tends across the back and disappears under the brim at the right side Two tlIecrowtAdesignThisand this is true of its modest price unpretentioushat now much worn This is of a dura ble braid in burnt straw color faced with black satin ribbon The ribbon bordered with braid is laid In a scant fiat rosette and finished with four ears The crown Is very large but- a model similarly trimmed having a smaller crown has been made and even more successful than eorlginal handegether The braids are light In lusterTherethe shapes and they are altogether satisfactory JULIA BOTTOMLEY CONCEAL JOINING OF LACE Easy to Arrange Though Much De pends Material thejoiningwaysmuchand how It is used surfacethatthedesignunder piece so that it continues the buttonhole4sewed astDothiJwithragged edges befoundalso In this case make tho stitches on right side small rutflehole the edges together in the tiniest anddomethod is often used on yokes and for thin laces Is better perhaps than ape pliquelng Press the edges open on right side between thumb and first finger so it does not puckers Some persons lap the edges of the lace so that the wrong side of the left side lies for about a quarter of an inch pieceBothstitches This prevents a seam but is almost Impossible to do without showing Never Join lace by sewing In a French seam as it is entirely too carefullydone sewinginbadly at first washing and the lace is apt to pull apart For the Dressing Table A convenient set of three small consecutive bags which will prove wonderfully convenient if hung beside the dressing table is made from a yard length of pompadour dresden or plain sash ribbon divided into three equal parts folded into bag shape the byalsalvoges ofnunder a big rosette or a sUkc vered heding special scraps of paper by ma king the triplet bags of chamois bordered with ribbon and decorated with the embroidered initials of the owner each bag compartment bearing a dlf iterant letteri SHAWNEE OKLAHOM A City Beautiful Is in the heart of the richest test profit making farm land in the great Southwest From a brush pile to a city of 25000 population In 14 years Wonder of the age in city building Now building Meat packing house 1500 employes Cotton Fabric Mill 600 employes Baptist and Catholic State Universities Will enroUl000 stu dents Unprecedented profit making investments waiting for men of small and large means The last opportunity to get property in Shawnee at a loW price Get in on the ground floor Prices will advance rapidly Noshing can stop Shawnee now For descrip tive literature and further Information write SHAWNEE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Shawnee Oklahoma which Is not a real estate company Neither English Waiter Which side of the table do you wish tosit on sir American Guest I prefer to sit on a chair Judge Kill the Fires Now and Keep KILLERwill SOyERSPoor Indeed EllaMy face is ortun- eStellaYou n1YJ thing watandAll druggists or Howard BrosBuffnlo N Y A girl isnt necessarily a jewel because she Is set in her ways 70 W L DOUCLAS 86 4 S35O S3 S25OWo- rklngmena if200 Shoes H 0ESBoJls 8lrou 12 W L Douglas shoes are worn bymorementkaaany BECAUSEW S50O SIoollhoeacqualIn other makes costing S60O to asoo- WLDonglaa 83JfO 83008860 and 8200 shoes are the lowest price qualIty consld- eredIatho world Feat Color Eyelets Iltwlprlla l d Douetasnameandwteeatomped AsKpenrde6lerforwLDousfaeshoes rlthey OatlOIrc anbargmMake the Liver Do its Duty 1MIIomachCARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS gentlybddratlycos a to do duty Cures ce stipation ladiga tin Sick C MLLS Headache and DUtrs after EatSaff small Kfl Saul Dose Spul PriM GENUINE must bear sgntture IERUPTIONS IRTEiV 1WUt show each f t woa1dsoorfita1sf ssiis the IIalted Miser tor aarint riaaIa limit t bssto estoov wilt enter and makstkek in Weetera Onedssteis gucedcrop a0 ort was amimssswt the raisisn gin chewanandAlberta tbrranwa SmateFo annd lttenstare the 5N4Imt 4ue8aWe MNiLIAI Balldlag TM4 Usesadreeslieeeeat FREE ec ODOIU fkan liquid antiseptics IFOR All TOILET USES 1pmafree 1 A rdb solved iRa glass of ss a IcJiChhl antis lution possaag- ckaaieg extra power abtohiJerj luaa TCI 50e kfRe s r b9 THE PAXTON TOILET BorroM Mka Is Your Health Worth lOctThat what it costs to get a recVl eydoon Earth Sickuesel generally and starts first in Bowels Bud Liver CASCARETS cure these ills Its so easy to tryhyDOt start tonight and have helps in morning CASCaRETS JOe a for a weeks 911 treataento all dnJmts taeUet Ia the world MlliioI a aioriY THICK SWOLLEN GLAND r WheeseiRoar remoTed BweUlstNobuater A andS per bottleaBook 3 free ABSOBBINK JBformankind and ti Reduces Yetas111drocole tta rcierences Will teU byw sore ejo we wit PronotM iatNever Tall rtr and slat ARE YOU IN THELet start Ftfsew schemes w and 1nqersollself takerg atouataln SUe for Ml USN1na9C Lu AS TBey Hlr Lea ox Wa Fet IIf atfictedwith use Mohr IW U CiNCINMAT1 t2011a r OOO2 Thereis positively bounds the utility of RESINOL IIII g CHEMICAL COMEANY BALTIMORE Rcslnol Ointment Resinol Toilet Soap Reainol Medicated Shaving Stick are sold at Drug Stores arn A MARK be her pride Your home reflect your Yet cannot Jaave special papers de signed you tor each room yoaca special Alabastine decora tive scheme rooms yomam be leader in your comnraaRy hoots of your ftiiads The Hm WaD to the material sb WI reIIBlt We can innumerable color effects claaste stemell designs sad our Art Department ia at yoorservice dferretyfa wed Alabsatine powter madetr1D by mixing with cold k DUed with IIIdinary brush direction on package New York Cjb NY GnwlKaple 16d AL- t I Yuat aeons bstle tales ai hov pravtnces Maaiw good ie- s to reach tottan to oe ws H Law eu ISendpoftalfor little Paxe pow Lot sakes rrs d IJLing sad lets at dfueet iJCO J shows the box cne h E fl PA KE BALSAMClMBfW r8 1to X ae rlHair lac to dtewlc IYOUBID ulone hallo Tau RUTllI N NO 1no to S I I tbcnSRESINOL HD a all DE A Womans Home should shomld own individuality wall by out a a Y yo r the 1 Tmf H1that wfflaeco a Alamster a wall Full Alexbastine Company T11CiPAC t y cso bon te Mi Thrps EYI 1 J AN1 Yh tY sr rarsry iI- L cvTvr TrxI b J i v THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY Ig 1910 r l FUHRMAN CO KBLOOMFIELD KYV wqtiniie their Low Price sale and a glance over the following 1prices will convince you that we can save you money 0Ca noes 5c Apron Ginghams 5c Bleached Cotton 7 l2c Almost a3 good as iiope Brown Cottoni 5c 104 Bleached he 25ctLawns 4c0 u Check Nainsook5c3e inch Nainsook15c 4Q inch White Batiste15c Ittress Goods Laces Etc Look atour Laces and Embroideries and Our White Goods plain and fancyDress Goods and Silks plain and fancy at prices that will make you glad you came oril9LOTHINO1like Ha and our prices have never deeh lower It will pay youIto lobkVjOur stock over ISHOES I 1lOur Mens and Boys Shoes cannot be suru asked I Druggets Carpets Mattings I Dru gets 9x12 from 8 I IICarpetsW4 IEWerytFuhrman Co Bloomfield Ky I li JiOOOpOOOOOpOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXJOCXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOO i NOBLEDENMARKc Red Sorrel 15i hands high fouryearsold and sound Sired chantbypionshjp saddle horse Thornton Star Ky Belle won first money at State Fainfoj best brood mare and also first money for best mare and colt defeating 16 others She is also the dam of the sensationalshow filly weanlingNoblegood feet and legs and an up todate show horse both in harness andlunder saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and s y1e and pos sesses all the air and dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His individuality and beautiful form coupled with his popular blood lines will be sure to produce horses of the highest class He will make the sea son of 1910 at 20 to Insure a Living Colt CHESTNUT DARE Chestnut Dare is well known to the people of this and adjoining stillholdsever been defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any other horse owned orfarmed in Washington county Within the last year several of his colts have sold at high prices He will make the season at 15 to Insure a Living Colt i HACKNEY BOYHackney Boy sorrel 16 hands high sired by County Member first goodbusiness10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure Living Colt Mares traded off parted with or bred to another horse or jack sea bison money is positively due Mares pastured at 200 per month Your patronage solicited B B LEACHMAN OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOC OOQOOCXX OOCKXOOOOOCXXXXOOOOOOOOOOOOCGOCOOOOCOGOOOOOO I RED BIRD 1956Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Cabells Lexington No better breeding in the regiaterand no better breeder in Kentucky than this orse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed to him He will serve only 20 mares 3O to Insure a Living Colt s RED BIRD JrA very handsome Brown horse 16 bands high and can do a little more than anybodys horse about here either in harness k under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and out of a great trottingbred mare by Lyles Wilkes son of orOi I Wilkes the greatest trotting progenator the world ever saw 515 to Insure a Living Colt Jackof DiamondsA Grand Young Jack at 1 0- i edIyear first dam is by son ofjBrignou and his second dam fe by old Napoleon The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at I HiThurman8 farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at 3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN 1t PETERS T1Nalto i4 CourserJotru1 iljl Tb Spriagfleld Sum i1ii p q tAf 4Yr t MAUDh Mr and Mrs Emerson Barlow anoV son of Woodlawn spent Sunday with Mrs Lee Ann Seay bevisitinnow with her brother Mr She han and wife nea Bloomfield Miss Elizabeth Wriaht spent Sunday with Miss Beatrice Shewmaker Bro Wolff and wife of Springfield spent several days with friends here ast week Mrs Kate Arnold and Miss Mae FridayMissesWake MiSHallieMr arid Mrs Arthur Edaiemanl nd SpringfieldBodine Miss Elizabeth Settles spent Sunday with Miss Bernije Arnold Mr and Lindsey godson and children of Stri gtown Mr John Settles of Blo mfiell spent Sunday with Mr and Mr B F Settle Mrs Ora Crume and sons were in Bloomfield Wednesday spentSundayE E Wakefield Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed and child ren ot Rooker spent Saturday wit VirginMiss is visiting Mesdames Dr Brown and Dr Crum in Bloomfield Mrs Louise Settle of Valley Hit spent several days last week with her son B F Settle EdllemanSpringfield of a Dorchester and Frank Crume Miss Mabel Shehan has returned home from Chaplins where she spent several days aunt Mrs Ike Irvin The entertainment given by the Su day School of the Christian Church Sunday night was a grand success A large crowd attended The children shoingw Mr and Mrs George Andrews and little daughter spent Sunday with Cap t Andrews and family spentSundaygomery Beware of Ointments for tat arrh That Contain MIrY as mercury will surely destr y the sen of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Su h articles should never be used on pre physiciansthe as to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by FJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon theI systemsure you get the genuine It is taken byFJSold by druggists Price 76c per bot tle Take Halls Family Pills for confti potion SPARROW Farm work has been delayed for some time by the continued wet weather The tobacco plants are small There MayWheatre looking fine HarvHoskins RMitchelfive1E T Mitchell is progressing nicely with his new house will add ma propertyJeff ttcre house com pleted and has moved his goods into the building E T Mitchell will own his store about the 20th ofMay where he will be ever ready to accommodate the public with anything usually kept in a class store afewthat in a short time he hopes to devote all of his time to goat raising nightlast blastChaplin andMissquietlymarnedharpy married life Shall Women Vote H they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy fagpdfeehngspation dispelling colds imparting ap petite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertsons fAIR VIEWL Mrs Sallie Crane Mrs Mattie Coyle and little son J H spent Tuesday with CocanougherHenry guest of his son J rtightiTobaccobad In this pat of the county Chances are look ing slim Tor crops laughLeisCoyle of Jensontoft HarrodsburgFriday Martin Matherly and wife Will Ma therly and wife and htte son Marvin spent Sunday with their a er J F MatherlyoMr and Mrs Torn Laws and little daughter Fay were guests of John SundayJ wife and children spent Saturday night with his father near Deep Creek church Huston Green and George Burns purchased their new organs last week from Brinton iCo Harrodsburg Bob Milburn wiN and son Thomas spent from Sunday until Monday wit their daughter Mrs Ethel Mplhns of near Valley Hill M D L Cocanougher and JiM Har mon are making arrangements to spend some few days on Green River At umbo on they are expecting to meetingWe s community one at Beech Grove and the other one at Wesleys chapel and tw prayer meetings one at Beech Grove and the other at our district schoolhouse and we are having good meet singWe had a heavy rainfall Wednesday night farmers are getting behind with their crops on account of wet weather At Cynthiana Clarence LeBu3 sold t Leslie Coombs of Lexington Kly 10 000 pounds of merchantable wool at 32c tier pound also a Louisville firm sold a of mules for 1000 They were six years old well matched mare mules poundsJ a cow and calf from Sleet Coyle for which he paid 60 Milk cows re in great demand Smith Drury and Mr Gordon of Junction City were in this vicinity on Tuesday evening looking for some wrk cattleA Dakota feeder shipped a hog to Chicago where he brought 3200 He weighed 960 lbs alive and pressed 787 pounds We think he was a large hog Not Sorry for Blunder thinrsk tion I might not be alive now Kybutto cure a lungmcking cough fail At veryThen stopped the cough and I am now in bet yeaThised remedy for coughs colds whoofingcongh HaydonHOLLOWn Lee Settles and family spent Satur dav night with his sisters family Mr and Mrs Albert Hines John Armstrong and wife attended Sunday school at Willisburg Sunday and dined with their daughter Mrs Erastus PerkmsIMrs Rutha Royalty is spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs John Armstrong Albert Hines and family spent Sunday with her father J W Settles and family seEd Hanby and wife and Walter Han Saturday night with the fam ily of John Armstrong Misses Myrtle Armstrong and Mall Shields spent last Monday night wit Mr and Mrs D P Casteel of ne PulhamI ttiiyrtArmstrongSunday with the family of J W Walls t of Brookville W C Dudgeon bought a horse from Ed Montgomery price 190 SatueJohn Matherly Shiele and family Mr and Mrs Sabe Coulter Walter Hanby was in Springfield 1w MQndayIJohn D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire mcdme trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea remedy tor diarrhoea dysentery or bowel complaints It is simply im possible and so says everyone that has druggistseThe splendid work of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for cur r ing constipation sicklheadache ness jaundice and indigestion Sold all druggists f rr rl I FreeGhiUsRemedy fsomethingsomethingfor probblychild cannot readily swallow a pill themindrasticallystomachAny trouble of sending her name and address can ob remedythatthousands DrCaldwellsmotherwhowhatyouandoneothers are doing the free sample being ItisChicagoanstarted with a tree sample and now they write that they thehouseIt is undoubtedly a great family remedy as It is to all ages being thQroughly art ideal remedy t tchlldrel and women and old folks who something pure mild be ofingtonic properties Use It for the most livertroubleguaranteethat pleasedto tothefree of charge xplain your case in a eta1LForaddress on a postal card or- therwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B CaldweUR500 Cald well building Kor sale byThe Refl Cross Drug Store sanhtTen us you advertising same old foolish way That your granddap did before you And persist uIt doesnt pay youradioCause it hasnt changed in years Wouldnt the pathos of such logic Drive a billygoat to tears Just a card is all you care for Hidden lonesome and unread 0Likee the a tombstone Telling f are dead Wake up Sfupon take a tonic Bunch make a drive Run a pa your copy ADVERt alive ISputhern Merchant iIISUBSCR BERS FREE COCUMH We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you se your stock tc sowe can discontinue the advertisement susp advortisoraerits of wheat corn oats and other wantoptsorted in another department of the at yeti low rates for rash POSITIVELY noth InK but the above mentioned will be run free Jas W Black hags for sale one Polan China Boar Kt 1 Box 59 Vanarsdell Ky eDr John Deboe Kt 4 has has foi a good cow and calf Ben D Clements Rt 2 has for sale 500 bushels of corn Mrs Wm Jeffries Rt 3 has for eggsfor 15 s 13 for 50c J K Walls has for sale 800 bushels of corn in the year Ihas50 cents for 15 saleCornishfor setting of J5 i satelotssaleSinglestrainfirs pen header by Teddy tond 150 per setting of 15 2ond pen 100 headedh by arMrs J S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 tints for 15 salesfor 15 Mrs J I Martin Rt 3 has for sale 2ryard 50c Grundy Home Rt 2 haafbr sale two cgckereler Stockt5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Bt 3 has for sell- S C H Leghons and SC B Orph ton eggs for sale 100 for 15 Loyd Haydon Jr has for sale Pure Bred Pekin Duck eggs 1 for setting fo lb Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen 1 and yard 50 cents forsetting of fifteen saleefor setting of 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for 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