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I a- br m tooL rinfidb flfl- t fd 6iITo I t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 4l I I YSLIME VI I 4 SMINIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 25 ISIDIi i i 1I1i Iji J CIRCUIT COURT- PROCEEDINGS Considerable Business Transaoff ted This WeekA Long essipn Anticipated Circuit Court convened Monday with fterlthecallinRthe grand jury was sworn and charged The grand jury for this term of Court is composed of GL Haydon foreman R M Thompson Titus Flougher C L Price J F Gregory W T Anderson Kent Rogers John Harmon Butler Shewmaker Bailey Pinkston H B Bonta and Richard Carey The jurors were given clear and explicit instruc tions as to their duties the Judge JaV1 ing particular Stress upon the against gaming Sunday closing antHel ling liquor in local option territory The following citizens compose the sQ j MIAWill Fitzgeratt W S Poulter C CI Cristie Rl L Brady W M Nalley J C Clements W LI Graham Armstrong Ed Foster W W IshamI A B Walker Taylor Masters J T Carrico J Q Gopde HF Reed T F Montgomery John Dennis H P McElroyarid C Mudd 3he second day indictments were tak en up yesterday and considerable busi ness was transacted On a plea of guilty to an indictment for hunting on the premises of another Ray Justice was fined 5 On a plea of guilty to an indictme it clargi ig him with pointing a deadly weapon at another Bob Jus s tice was fined 50 Jim Young was found not guilty of carrying concealed 4adeadly weapon Geo Haydon was ned 60 for selling whiskey in local option territory Death of Mr Mclntire Mr KG Molntire a we known and highly respected resident of the Fredencktown neighborhood who had been a sufferer from kidney trouble for some time succumbed to the malady on Monday May 23 1910 J Mr Mclntire was born Sept 30 1835 and was therefore in his seventy fifth year He married Mav 7 1859 Miss Rosie Fowler to which union was born four daughters oply one of whom is living Mrs Jeff Walker She and fifteen grand children survive him his wife being dead some years Mr Mclntire was at one time Magis trate in his district and was one of those who voted 90000 to build the turnpike His remains were interred in the Botland cemeteryS Back to the farm rAmerica as a whole has little idea of the unprecedented shifting of population that is today taking place within its borders That predictions from Washington that 2000000 land hungry persons will t desert the cities for the country this spring will be shattered there is no A doubt ainong railroad authorities and men in power in the States of the North westFamilies are filing claims upon the free Montana homesteads at therate of 500 persons per week The Great Falls land office of the United States Govern ment is flooded with applications from inquirers andstill there are thousands of acres of land that will be taken up befqre fall The beautiful warm spring weather is bringing trainloads of hotrieseeker- 8 into Montana every days and they swarming the country in whichthe free lands pronounced agriculturally pet feet are open to settlement- Oregon Washington Wyoming and the Dakotas are sharing proportionate ly in the influx into thecountry The back to the farm movement has spilled all advance figures until today conservative estimates covering the entire country are to the effect 3500000 persons will return to the soi before the fall of 1910Minneapolu- Journal tShail Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remed3 r for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache consti pation dispelling colds imparting ap petite and toning the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at Baydonfc Rob r ons J J ITrial of Henry Davison After being out an hour anda half the jury which last week tried Henry Uavison for the murder of Prentice Boblitt brought in a verdict of not guil tyThe case was tried in Louisville before Judge Gregory Judge of the Crim inal Court the trial consuming all of Wednesday a night session having been held in order that the case could go to the jury that day Messrs T Scott Mayes and Assistant Commonwealths attorney Mix of Louisville conducted the prosecution while W C McChord J W Lewis and W D Claybrooke ap peared for the defense The evidence in the case was conflict ing the witnesses for the Common wealth swearing that the negro shot immediately after haying been address ed by the man he killed while the de fendant and several of his witnesses swore that he did not shoot until hehad been assaulted and knocked to the floor A Correction Last week by mistake we printed that Erastus Shields would stana trial at the present term of court for murder when it should have been Erastus Holfi day We take this opportunity to correct the mistake Mr Shields ia just recovering from a serious mjurv which he sustained some time ago There is not a young man in the county who stands better and there is no charge of any kind against him Sad Accident Everett Beaver the sixteenyearold son of James Baver met with a terri ble a cident Wednesday afternoon that wilt make him a cripple for the remain der of his life The young lad had on a freight train at the old Estes Mih and when the tram reached theLebanon Lumber Companys place he attempted to get off It seems the boy was between the bpx cars and in some way was jarred between the wheels his left leg being horribly mangled He was immediately taken to Elizabeth Hospi tal where Dr McChord amputated the legIting along nicelyLebanon Falcon Comet told Latest New York May 21Xhe comet cold is epidemic in New York City A marked increase in the number of colds and cases of grip in the last few days is said by physicians to be the outcome of thousands of early morning roof par ties watching for Halleys comet When asked about the comet cold epidemic Health Commissioner Led erle said the health depattrnnthad re- ceIved no official notice of its preva protestthe newspapers from publishing scary stories abut the comet because it was frightening over sensitive persons into illness v STigure 7 Social The Younger Missionary Band of the Presbyterian church will give a Figure 7 Social on the lawn at the resi denceof Mrs J Yi Mayes tomorrow Thursday evening An Experts Opinion Of Skin Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that In alt his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate tOxecommend ZEMO as a most successfuiremedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalpHe says that not only do its cu ratiye qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great improve ment over the old style greasy salves unplcusIj life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used fieely on infants Mr Leo Haydon will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about bkin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo IN THE RACE WITH BIG LEAD Ben Johnson Will Make an Ag gressive Fight in The Gubernatorial Contest Jno Wakefield in the Cincinnati En quirer J Rogers Gore Representative Ben Johnsons special representative in Ken tacky is in charge ot the Johnson head quaiters here which have ben estab lished and are now in full blast Mr Gore says he cannot see anybody in the race for Governor except the Fourth District Congressman In speaking of Mr Johnsons candidacy Mr Gore said We have had our headquarters running now for some weeks and we have re ceived encouraging news from every district in the commonwealth It is true that the namesof many other Kentuckians are being mentioned for the Democratic nomination for Governor Some of these gentlemen probably haye never considered making the race while others may be in a receptive mood but Mr Johnson is a candidate and will make an exceedingly aggressive cam paign Mr Gore was asked when Mr Johnsonwonld be on the field of contest himself and he as soon as Congress Qn will yisit the reDliediUS Congressional he has completed this then visit the various counties and districts thro out the State Down in the Fourth Cungressional district the Johnson boosters do not think their man can be head ed off They point to the Congress mans popularity with his home people his successful management of Democratic interests in this State in the last Presidential campaign and hIs gameness and courage In addition they say that Mr Johnson has demonstrated that he is one of the shrewdest andablest men in State politics He is cool and leyelheaded and is a good organizer Mr Johnson never becomes flustrated but has the reputation of usually getting what he goes after and of possess ing the ability to overcome oostacles with apparent ease All the Democrats who know Mr Johnson concede that he possesses all these qualifications The Rodman Jersey Sale Little comment other than the de tailed report of prices is necessary on the public sale ot imported Jersey cattle held by H D and J A Rodman at their farm near Shelby ville Ky on Friday May 13 Thtre was a good at tendance and the report of the sale in dicates that the demand came from va rious sections of the country There were no sensational prices to boost the average but the bidding was fairly steady for all the animals throughout the sile In addition to the 81 head of catalogued animals sold there were quite a number of alves sold which had come since publication of catalogue These little calves brought from 100 to 220 each The entire sale of 81 head leaving out the young calves not catalogued averaged jut 300 Consider ins the fact that this includes quite a number of yerv young calves the avon age made is quite flattering to the httlej Jersey and her breeders Farmersr Home Journal The following were purchased by Springfield parties Octavias Noble Lass heifer calved January 1909 by Noble of Oaklands Judge I H Thurman 500 Forfarshires Golden Queen cow calvedJune 1902 by Forfarshire Judge I H Thurman 340 f Nobles Sweet Benedictine heifer calved September 1908 by Noble of Oaklands Judge I H Thurman 300 Heifer calf by Sultans Pandora was calved May 1910 Mrs Thurman 200 F0xs Majestic Lady twin heifer No 225609 calved September 1908 by Majesty E S Maves 245 April1904byMayes Jr 300 Sayes an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsen of West Burlington Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave up Then jvas shown the marvelous curative poVer of Electric Bitters For after eight months of frightful suffering from liyer trouble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine com pletely cured him Its positively guar anteed for Stomach Liver or Kidney troubles and never disappoints Only 50c at Haydon Robertsons f PEW GET OPf1 WITHOIJT RAISES- tate Board bf Equalization Makes Final Assessments For County Taxation Frankfort Ky May 21The following counties were passed on by the Sate Board olf Equalization at its last sea ion late terdaYafternoon the raises be ing final Accepted without any raise Adjair Barren Bell Boyle iBreckenridge Bul litt Carter Casey Clarke Greerup Madi4onMartinMonroe Nelson Pike Trimble Wash ington Woodtord Fayette Five per cent raiseBoone Chris- tIan Clay CrIttenden Daviess Elliott Estill Fleming Fulton Hancock Jaick son Johnson Lame Lee Montgomery Ohio Bockcastle Russell Scott Thy lor Union Logan Ten Per Cent Raise Allen Ander son Bourbon Boyd Bracken Breath itt Butler Calloway CampbellF G r roll Clinton Cumberland Edmo son Floyd Garrard Grayson Green jessa mine Laurel Lawrence Leslie liet er Lewis Livingston Lyon Masbn OldhamOfsleyShelby Simpfon Wayne Whitley INCREASE IN OTHER COUNTIES RalseGallat1nGraveiJ dersbh Hopkins Magoffin Marshall Meade Nicholas Owen Twelve per cent raise Jefferson aid Kenton Twenty percent raite McLean Pen dleton Powell spender Todd Wolfe HitmanTwent five per cent raiseMorgan Ballard Carlisle These assessments were on lands and with the following exceptions the same raise is made on all lasses of property Allen nothing on town lots Caldwell nothing on town lots Ballard 10 per cent on town lots Carlisle nothing 6n town lots Clmtun nothing on town lots Franklin 5 per cent on lands and per lotrGrant10 per cent on town lots Lee nothing on town los Logan nothing on town lots Meade nothing on town lots Pen dleton 10 per cent on town lots Tay lr nothing on town lots Todd nothing on town lots T Itch Relieved at Once That terrible itch disappears with the FIRST DROPS of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glyj cerine mixed in D D D Prescription This soothing healing lotion used externally kills the germ instantly Heretofore the D Dz D remedy had been sold only in 100 bottles but as q special offer any sufferer in this town who has jiever tried D D D can now try this remedy in a special bottle at 25c ft cures the itch instantly We rrCoI Successful Burglary One night last week thieves broke in to the millinery establishment of Mrs Willie Knott and stole a small quantity of artificial flowers and other hat trim mings The thieves entered by prizing open a window hut left via a rear door which was found ajar the next morn ing They left no clew by which ther identity could be established Marion County SFalcon and Enterprise Lebanon suffered another heavy loss ThiSIdepot which with a few adjoining buildings was almost completery de stroyed The fire broke out about two oclock in the morning in the woodshed it is thought at the rear of the hotel afed was first seen by Mrs Bobbitt who was sick and whose suffering prevented her sleeping She immediately awoke her husband who turned in an alarm and then aroused the guests of the hoe tel The building was fire and water swept from roof basement and all the contents were practically destroyed The loss is about 6000 with 4000 in surance on the buildme and 1000 on the furnishings The death of R C Daniels which oc curred at his home at Penick Sunday niynt May 15 1910 removes one ot the countys oldest and wealthiest citizens His death which followed a protracted illness was due to an aggravated kid ney trouble The deceased was 85 years of age and had been married three times The greater portion of his life was spent in Marion county on a farm He prospered and left considerable es inrecentFuneral services were conducted Tues day afternoon at the residence and the remains were brought to Ryder ceme fjery this city for burial Besides his wife he is survived by one son William nielol Indianapolis and three grandchildren Miss Edna Daniels Mrs J L Putnam and Robert M Banister all ot this county The grand jnry which adjourned Wednesday returned indictments against John and George Johnson charging them with willful murder This is the first time in many years that true bills have been found by a Marion county grand jury charging so grave an of fense The two men are accused of killing without provocation John Rod man in the upper part of town on Sat urday May 7 J W Helm and Miss Mary M Dur ham were married Thursday afternoon at oclock at the residence of Rev Mr Moore on Mulberry street in the pres ence ot a few friends and relatives The bride was formeily night operator at th i local exchange but recently has been teaching school at Penick She f is a most excellent lady and highly es teemed by all who know her Mr Helm is an energetic and well known farmer of the Pleasant Ruri neighborhood John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlains Cholera and Diar rhea remedy tor diarrhoea dysentery or bnwel complaints It is simply im possible and so says everyone that has used It Sold by all druggists OOOiOOOiOOaSaOOOs I A Double Check is made on all prescriptions prepared at this drug store Every ingredient is weighed or measured twice and 5 cjm pared with the doctors written 0 order This extra care avoids even o the possibility of a mistake Bring your prescriptions here so that the work ofthe doctor will be faithfully I backed up by exactly the medicine he orders o LEO JIAYDON THE PRESCRIPTION STORE c alio iaaaoaoooPOa- OOOOPOSOSQQSOQ9 0 The Right Glasses Are So Easy S to obtain here that there is no excuse o for wearing any but the best Our expert eye examinations are absolutely free our accurately fitted classes are moderate in price and they are fitted with the patent nose Q clip which keeps them on without slipping tilting or pinching You can have the clip put on your oldo glasses too Ed M Russell J JEWELER AND OPTICIAN eaeQeoeQI QQ nQQiaeagtt Ijl r eS BIG MERGER 1 LIFE INSURANCE Great Consolidation of Life Insur ance r CompaniesW D Clay J Iibrooke One of The 7t Directors r to t Probably the largest deal ever effect I ed in the insurance annals of the Southi 1Mondaythe Citizens National Life Insurance Companies were consolidated The consolidated company will be knowni the Citizens National Life Insurance Company and has a capital of KOOOf which may be increased to5 This makes a powerful company sufIficiently strong to take care of the Life Insurance business in the South Thei corporation is chartered under thi laws of Kentucky and will deposit about i 800000 with the State m order to pro i ilawprobabltbeNational a more stupendous affair than at present The company has elected a very strong set of officers and board of directors A matter of especial in terest to the people of Springfield is the fact that W D Claybrooke is one 011 the directors Manhattans rimps J For those who enjoy using the chaf ing dishjlet me suggest Manhattan iays Fannie Merritt Farmer j in Womans Home Companion forJune Melt one tablespoonful of butter add one tablespoonful of flour and stir until well blended then pour on gradually while stirring constantly one half cup full of thin cream and onethird of a cupfull of stewed and strained tomatoes mixed with a few grains of sod Bring the boiling point and add one cupfull Ito finelycut cheese one egg slightly ijIbeaten and one and onehalt cupf ulls of canned shrimps broken in pieces Sea son to taste with salt mustard and cay enne aud serve just as soon aa the pieces of cheese have entirely melted r TPAS r1Mrs RL Purdom and daughter Mrs H H Kimberlin spent Friday night with Mr and Mrs S Mt Camp btjl of Springfield Rev RL Purdom has returned home after attending the Baptist con vention atsBaltimore Md Mr S T Spalding wife and daugh ter of Lebanon spent Thursday with Mrs John Peterson Miss Golden Peterson of Grave Switch is spending this week with Mrs John Peterson Miss Ella Yankey of 1ickj wits her aunt Mrs Clem Cocanou her Mr John Peterson bought a hors from Charlie Good price 200 Mr Debaren of Perryville was here SundayR Arnold had the misfortune te loose ti very fine colt Sunday morning Messers R L and A W rri dIwere in Boyle County one day last week Mrs John Russell of near MackviUe spent Monday with her sister Mrs 3V E Wilson Peterson Rice Co are havingthelritwo store houses joined to Wise and Otherwise L The man who never tries to do things seldom reels thehammerot the knock er a Thereare a lot of men whose belief in the doctrine of free speech is confined to themselves There are men who boast of their honesty because they have never been caught acting dishonestly tfeelhas just landed his first fish itj We think more of the man baa tried his best and failed than wedo of the man who won withoutexertionv As one of the boys we can standa noiseless Fourth but we serve notice here and now that we want a rainleaa Fourth The employer whoa is always preach tclockmost carefully scans the time slips The difference between the man whe draws wages and the man who draws a salary is quite o entnI1JijjMMi C lthe wage J 1 t The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t Menelik Is deaflagain or at last The whookwonri grows fat In the spring The Wanderlust season is here The shoe man smiles s Pity central on that proposed telephone from Scotland to Paris A coffee and sinker breakfast often follows a sUpper on lobster a la New burg diaryrcrops are finest in comet yearstKing Menellk rested by his recent decease is taking hold of his public duties with renewed zest and vigor A Chicago man has asked a divorce because his wife drank two cases of beer a day What she wants Is a pipeline It is still pretty hard to get any thing less than the kidnaping of a millionaires child into the daily press St Louis man swears that his subconscious self was in control when he got rriedfounds much like the majority of cases A Russian prince is named as co respondent In the divorce suit of a turpentine king Heavy lies the hehd that wears a crown In Kansas men will not go to the farms while the moving picture shows are In operation with a dally Chang of programme Th vement to teach girls how to cdo pie hu been greeted with jtreat pleasure by the many men who shave heretofore dreaded marriage A New York cafe that arbitrarily Required its patrons to wear evening dress has been closed thus striking another blow for freedom of action You can step on the grass In New York now But somehow there are ther things wed rather do while pay ing hotel bills at the rate of 8 amino tee A Sing Sing prisoner complains that he was given an ammonia bath Probably some improvement installed since they started calling the place Osslning A Chicago doctor says that a man Is as old as his blood vessels The men In St Paul also usually are about the same age as their bones nerves and other paraphernalia Professor Lowell now in England tells Britons that the inhabitants of Mars are Intelligent organisms but jrot at all like men But he did not mean this as a slur on human beings Friends oi the art league in Chicago are urging the park board to abandon the word boulevard and to call the highways connecting the park systems drives or roads or parkways The people of Chicago are rapidly becoming purists It will be remembered that Eugene Field prophe sled tlatil Chicago ever got interested in culture Chicago would make culture hum The ballooning fatalities In Ger JIlany should serve as a warning to amateur aeronauts everywhere at the opening of the season for aerial flights The ascension with the Pom mern which ended in the Baltic sea was undertaken when a high wind pre wailed and when professional aero Heats would have considered it rash to start The second fatality revealed the dangers of descent when strong winds are blowing The young Lochinvar of the twen tleth century has to be uptodate or else no wedding bells for him There nay be racing and chasing on Capon bie Lee or wherever he makes Ms getaway with a willing and adoring sweetheart but It will not be after the charger which has stood convenfently near The elopers hustle off in an automobile and the pursuers follow in the fastest motor cars that can be requisitioned And then the hunt is not always successful A youthful pair ran away in that fashion at San Diego Cal and so far as heard from kayo not been captured The rage fot changing Zanies some times runs up against a snag Some one succeeded in rechristening Tot tenville down on Staten Island t nd substituting the title of Beni e Manor Now the descendants of the Huguenots who settled iu that quarter have risen in protest and want the old name back So do the Daughters of the American Revolution whose patriotic spirit naturally revolts at the x fact as alleged that the new name Is that of a man who was a Tory in the- Re adoptsiof a new name for a town Is marked by more haste than discretion A clubwoman wants college girls protected Silo fears they think too deeply Well if they didnt think deeply at times how should wci know the correct way to make fudge 1 If you have a bad memory says one of the good thing pages safeguard It by Jolting down In a notebook a little memorandum of the promises you make Just as a small reminder TJm Very good Believe at the same time somebody could make quite a bit of nioIieilbi narketin a hamdy tor V Cc Yr w ROUND ABOUT alarm THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY IN A LEXINGTON HOSPITAL Brannon Givers Slayer Arrested by Sheriff Scott Lexington Ky Robert Brown the negro who killed Brannon Givens by shooting him In the back while the later was seated between two companions in a wagon in the Nicholas villa road was arrested by Sheriff Dan Scott and Deputy Frank Rogers in St Josephs hospital Brown for whom the officers had been scouring the country since filetkilling of Givens accidentally shot himself with a revolver while sequestered at a point on the Louisville 8 Nashville railroad He made his way to the hospital for treatment giving an assumed namesHe was recognized however by a colored attendant who informed the sheriff of the wounded mans identity Brown admitted to Sheriff Scott that he had killed Givens but claims that the discharge of the rifle was acci dental YOUNG PARDONED Former Labor Leader Is Now Living In Cleveland O h Frankfort KYGov Willspn par domed John Young leader and head barber of Louisville who Crmpbellcircuittion of office Young was charged with having held on to his office as state barber Inspector after his time had expired He Is living in Cleveland 0 an wrote to Gov Willson that if lie had to come back to Kentucky to standlls trial he would lose his position Young swore out warrants for the arrest of barbers in Newport who refused to pay fees provided under th state license law Gov Willson also pardoned Charles Rogers convicted of housebreaking and sent up from Hopkinscounty He also remitted the states part o a fine of 10850 imposed 12 years ago on AP Holland of Edmonton MRS D W ROBINSON DEAD Louisville Woman Passes Away in Cal houn atjiisters Nome Calhoun RyMrs Douglas W Rob inson of Louisville widow of the late D W Robinson who had been visiting relatives here died at the home of her sister Mrs J F Ramsey Mrs Robinson was taken ill with congestion of the spine and brain She is sur vived by a son two sisters Mrs Ramsey and Mrs C C Hobson of Calhoun and relatives In Louisville The body was taken to Louisville where Unter ment took place in Cave Hill cembtery KEEP MONEY AT HOME Kentucky Millers Wilt Get First Chance at State Flour Contracts irankortKYFewJ if any con tracts for flour for the charitable institutions of the state will be given out o Kentucky Most of the superintendents of the asylums would rather have the hard wheat flour from the northwest BS they claim that it is slightly cheaper and makes lighter bread but the members of the board are going to keep their money at home When the contracts for flour were about to be let some time ago it was contractswouJdgo was noised about and was caught up by the ears of the Kentucky Diill association A trip was made here and the members of the board were called them and attar a conference it was decided that unless there was an awful disparity In the bids the money would stay at home and th contracts would be given to Kentucky flnna FOUND NO TRACE A T Warren Blown to Atoms by Ex plosion NaYvier returned from Brownwood Tex where he went to search for the remains of his brother A T Warren who was blown up by the premature discharge of dynamise during construction work on the Santa Fe railroad near there a few weeks ago Not a trace of Mr Warren has ever been discovered and onhis brother was unable to recover any portion of his body GOVERNORS NEW SECRETARY c Frankfort KyGov Wiilson has an pounced thee appointment of Capt Jackson Morris of Jackson co as his private secretary to succeed Mc Kenzie Todd who was appointed state inspector and examiner Capt Morris has been assistant sec- retarY of sUite during this adminis tration and the vacancy created by his promotion tflll be filled by the a BreCkjinrldge 1 SAVED FROM DEATH Pneumatic Mattress in Basket of Bal loon Saved Forbes and Yates A Holland Forbes and J C Yates the New York aeronauts who had a miraculous escape from death when their balloon collapsed and fell 500 feet to the ground near Crailhope Green county Ky were interviewed by our correspondent in Cincinnati In telling of their experience they took occasion to deny two reports sent out regarding the trip We ascended 20600 feet notwithstanding it is being said there are no instruments that can measurer that height and I did not pull ripcordrwhich caused the accident as the reports have said said Forbes emphat Ically The Instrument I have the fargreaterWe were sailing along about 500 feet from the ground looking for someplace to land The balloon was only about a third filled with gas at that time The lower half of the balloon was held in place by a rope attached o the basket Suddenly this rope broke and the balloon lengthened out This pulled the ripcord and we shot down at once only having time to brace our feet against one side of the basket and our shoulders against the other side to break our fall We were perfectly conscious and realized what was hap pening until we hit the ground The crash was heard by farmers who came to our rescue at once Theres nothing wrong with us now except many bruises and stiffened on1backcouldnt stop us The two men walked with the aid of canes CONSTERNATION REIGNED Black Ball Seers Dancing Before Sun by Kentuckians Who Describe Phenomena Louisville Consternation among reignedddancingbeforebelow the horizon People filled the streets and several overegroes fled to places of safety Many storyJohn offwhich he states he saw moving from side to side and up and down across the face of the sun relatively as largo as a saucer to a He says he looked at the phenomena objecthidingand appeared to be solid TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS Places Filled In Secretary of States Office by Dr Bru ere Frankfort KyTwo important ap pointments made by r Ben L Bruner secretary of state W Sherman Ball was appointed as Istant sec retary of state and Tames F Ramey- of Eddyville was appointed bank c1ceedcome effective on the resignation of Capt Jackson Morris asasslstant sec retary of state to accept the place as secretary to the governor Capt Mor ris handed in his resignation and Dr Bruner at once appointed Mr Ball to Jill the vacancy The appointment was confirmed by Gov Wiilson who said that he thought the appointment an excellent one Mr Ball then was sworn in as assistant secrstaryof state He is familiar with his duties having acted in the capacity of sistant secretary of state several- times before STANFORD FAMILY POISONED Ptomaine poisoning came near causing a wholesale tragedy in a family at Stanford whEn llirs Raney and her aftereraeating ham The ham was eaten for breakfast and some of it was wrapped in the lunch which the children Kate Davis Mary Moore and Martha took to school Mr Raney was in Lexing eton The children who ate the ham takelhomechild Leecook tarere found in the throes of agony f om the poisoning Dr Peyton attende them ENTERS PLE OF GUILTY Henderson Ky4 Henry Hall on trial on the charge of manslaughter for killing lease Watson In this tour tj last August at the close of the evi dente for the prosecution entered a plea of guilty and was given two years the min mum penalty In the peniten tiary Hall vas indicted while the trial was pen Ing on the charge of swear ing fals ly to an affidavit used in tha trial of Jie case at the last January term of he circuit cpurt KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Madis villa July 95 days Hettde on July 26 5 days Lancaster July 27 3 days Versailles August 4 days Danville August 3 3 days Lexington August if 6 days Taylorsville Augusi 94 days Uniontown August 5 days Harrodsburg Augus 94 days Vanceburg August Lo days Law ren ebrrg AUt 16 =Idar J Newest tliiitgCps t t DRESS COMMENT Black chiffon tunics over blue or green or orange satin foundations are among the more favored styles Lace Is more and morle claiming the attention for trimming hats and gownsBlack and white are mos used And when decorating skirts it Is adjusted In flounces or as a tunic Old gold silk for afternoon and evening wear Is being combined with 3Cloth silver tissue comes again to a supple and glisten Ing rescue when the dull rose and ma hogany shades cry for a contrasting touch Yards and yards of shaded changeable ribbon will be devoted 0I the hats in enormous loops bows scarfsIFigured silks are vying with two toned effects for street and house dresses Large fiat hats have appeared with flowers In wreaths encirclingthe low crowns This to nine out of ten women for it is undeniable that the long sweeping lines of hats will add to the chain of the face beneath and they are rarely try ing to the wearer on account of stiff straight effects DRESSING JACKETwi y This jacket is in kimono style the entire edge being cut in rather large scallops that are bound with contrast ing material cut on the cross If the jacket is in lawn muslin or zephyr the binding would be in zephyr i jacket is in Duns veiling or delaine then silk would be used for binding Materials required Two yards 40 inches wide Use for a Lace Gown Now that transparent bverdraperies are so much in vogue those women who possess a halfworn lace gown should resurrect it White black pr a color may be utilized White or cream chiffon should veil laces in these shades but black may be used under black chiffon or a dark color such as a dull wine red Colored laces may be covered With chiffon in the same shade using a different tonelighter or darker as considered the better choice or a color harmonizing with the lace fi s Photograph by Underwood di Lhder wood New York- Rubberized silk tight flttlnfl caps Inside the handkerchiefs Border of Persian design red figured rubberized silk white washable chiffon taffeta banded across hair on top tied with side rosettes 1 MANV ARTICLES IN PURSE Remarkable Ingenuity Displayed In Design and Workmanship of Parisian Jeweler A useful purse just Imported from Paris is made of pearl colored glazed leather lined with watered silk with a very unostentatious gold clasp It is simple enough and quite demure outwardly but its Interior contains unusual treasures for so unsuspecting an exterior Besides the usual com partments for change bills and visit ing cards there is fitted neatly under a gray leather flap a small mirror In a compartment next to this is a beau tiful little cut glass and silver mount ed vinaigrette and In the correspond ing compartment a powder box with a little Puff In the other side of the wonderful little purse Is another compartment containing a small pair of chased silver opera glasses mounted in motherofpearl and last but most surprising of all because it is so carefully hidden in the uppermost fold of the purse is an exquisite tiny fan of Ivory and spangled gauze Never have so many vanities been gathered together so neatly and compactly to delight a ladys heart inside of one little insignificant and inconspicuous flat gray purse not six Inches square It can be called the much in little purse New Petticoats If you expect to make your own pet ticoats select while muslin blue chambray tan chambray white Inser tion or unbleached muslin and gang ham for bands In making the unbleached muslin petticoat cut the skirt in gores and attach a flounce Trim the flounce with a narrow band of gingham and head It with a fold of gingham Both materials will wash nicely In selecting a muslin by all means eliminate limefilled It is cheap and soon turns yellow If a ruffle of swIss embroidery is used se lect the kind with small notched edges and it will be less liable to tear If laces are wanted the Valenciennes are durable but a heavier linen va riety can be used over and over again For a chambray petticoat a net ruffle gjves a pretty effect Curtain net servo the purpose Hem it and head the hem with a very narrow fold of petticoat material Three small bands look pretty on it A servo iceable petticoat is made of black or navy near silk It wears well has silk finish and may be washed A New Black Dress It Is a chain mail dress a sheath like rotie of coarse chenille threaded with jet bends which the makers In slst upon calling black diamonds The excessive brilliance of the dress is lessened by broad bangs of chenille that are crossed in lines Thetwide band of velvety black Is again used under the arms so that the gUs aggressiveSoft folds of chiffon form the short sleeves and white mnllne gives the chemisette in the most attractive form Plump Arms Cocoa butter will make the arms plump Soften and warm the flesh with cloths wrung out of hot water and then rub from shoulder to wrist with a circular motion with cocoa but ter armed slightly Cocoa butter maybe hjad at any drug store in small cakes It Is hard and must be warmed before using Unless the flesh is clean and warm it will not absorb to IIFITTED TO E1TAR8 WigginsSay Ragsy Its a wonder dey hasnt started up de baseball game in Russia long RagsyWhat put dat in yeii head Wiggins Cause dey are such good runners Beautiful Hands One of the most popular of Jamev Whitcomb Rileys poems Is Beautiful Hands You may be sure the hands- he referred to were not reddened and swollen and cracked by the caustic la cheap yellow laundry soap Easy Task soapcosts a nickel a take lasts twice as long and does twice as muck xortYouryou Its an honest soap that does the hard work lor you andgljre you a chance to enjoy life The Simple Sheph fd A Cockney while spending his holidays In the Highlands m t an olds shepherd driving a flock of sheep Wishing to show off a bit he said Now If I were a shepherd would teach the sheep to follow me Oh aye said the shepherd and T hiv nae doot yeJ wid manage for If they saw anither sheep in front they wld be sure to folowTJtBltiJ Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS M they cannot ieeeb the beat of Catarrh a blood rcount rational disease and la order to curs It yftu mast taker Internal remedies Hans Catarrh Cure Ukea te ternaUy and seta directly upon the blood and aneese arfacea Halls Catarrh Cure to not a uack IoOwpkydcLsFIn t It Is composed of the best tonics known cos with blood purifiers Ute mucous surfaces The perfect cmbinsWaof tkrtwo ingredients what produces eachwcd erhtl rWilts In curing catarrh Bend for testlmonRte free 0BoldTake Halls Family Pats for oonstlpatlea 7 New Fly Trap f A Californian has taken advantage- of the fact that files always walk ult a window by Inventing a trap to btf1 fastened to a pane in such a manner that a fly will enter it without being aware that it has left the surface of the glass ImportanttqJflothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children and see that it Bears the I fSignature of s In Use For Over SO Yearsl i The Kind You Have Always Bought Hard to Choose Edward said the teacher you have spelled the word rabbit with two ts You must leave onee of them p LrYes maam replied Edward which one if You Are a Trifle Sensitive r About the size of your shoes many people FootEas4the iIt cues Tired Swollen Aching Feet ands lIvesrestand comfort Just the thing for Breaking in new shoes Sold everywhere 25c Sample sent FREE Address en S Olmstecli Le Roy N Y i Cause of the Rush Sad sad to see humanity ever en wealths c Ferget it Them felIo s is on their way to the ball parkiFor fled Itching Eyelids Cysts StyesSFalling Eyelashes and Au Eyes Th Need Care Try Murine Eyq Salve Asepc tie Tubes Trial Size 25c Ask Your Drug gist or Write Murlne Eye Remedy Co Chicago Oft haUl even a whole city reaped the evil fruit of a bad manHesiod4 PERRY DAVIS PAINKItUSR draws the pain and from boo stl and insectitee Soothes and allays the awl i Itching of mosquito bites and bottles It Is the aim of the man behind the gun to make his mark t rMrs WlBttoira coftenatbegnmdreduceslmi Is what you are worrying about really worth while G T Dont Persecute your Bowels Cutout aei rits Isertlt I I n TO J CARTERS LITTLE UVEa PIUS Pwelyreedetla ria fy a the ier- eeedi adlMdeIiae eeesbea of the boweL ca- plulo IVERI PILLLJ cllwlulte aM ideeeWe airiaa latr FriesGENUINE J ILforetucbia 3l i IiU 4 MAMMOTHCAVE ei Greatest Subterranean Wonder iYr l li IN in the World J L ipc Discovery in 1809 This Kentucky Gave Has Been the Mecca of Tourists and Scientists J =I THE MAMMOTH CAVE KENTUCKY Copyright by H C banter Mammoth Cave the greatest subter ranean wonder in the world is one of the 500 known caverns undermining Edmondson County Kentucky Almost from the time of the discovery of the cave in 1809 bya hunter who pursued a wounded bear into the mouth of the great recess the place has been tiler mecca of tourist and scientist And in this day of easy travel the trip from Louisville to this marvelous labyrinth of tunnels is the merest incident The cave is about ninetyfive miles out from the metrop olis of the commonwealth and a de = lightful ride of scarce three and a half hours over the Louisville Nashville Railroad supplemented by a few min mountainkthe tourist at Cave Hotel The finger prints of almost a century are left on this quaint hostelry that shelters the stranger during his stay in the cave region Wonders Are Encountered By the visitor almost from the moment he steps on the picturesque winding path leading from the hotel to the cave entrance The path suddenly stops in a gully marked by a black hole at the bottom opening into the side of the mountain If the visitors arrival should happen on a hot afternoon or evening in August he will experience tIu delight of an instantaneous change from the torrid climate of something like 90 degrees to the pleasant air of an October afternoon The current of air rushing from the mouth of the cave Is responsible for this change The at mospheric stream flows with force sufficient to at once dry the perspira tiori from the brow and momentarily chill the flesh It is popularly de scribed as the breath of the cave the cool air constantly rushing out in summer and the heavy cold air con tinually flowing in the winter Through Narrow Gate Passing through the narrow gate that opens into the hallway of this marvelous and mystic mansion built by natures master architect water the visitor has before him in the neigh borhood of 200 miles of underground avenues stately chambers tortuous passages stairways inclines halls and domes The regulation courses or routes mapped out by the guides are such that each moment brings with It Its particular wonder First StopAt Rotunda The first stop is made at the Ro tunda a magnificent cavern whose limestone telling vaults some 50 feet above Here are to be found the rude leaching vats log pipes tied framework used by the early miners to se cure the lime nitrate so important in the manufacture of saltpeter The Identical objects seen here played their silent but nevertheless effectual a part In tiding the then infant nation over the perilous sea of 1812 To the right pf the Rotunda extends Audubon avenue named after the great naturalist This treasure laden passage leads to Olives Bower which contains the most beautiful stalactites to be found In the entire cave Off to the left of the Rotunda one strikes the Main Cave almost as wide asa city street and fully fifty feet high rurning aside from the Main Cave for a moment before the Rotunda has been left many yards be hind the visitor may find himself walking through Gothic avenue in specting numerous grottoes and alcoves examining the snow white eyeless crustaceans In the Cooling Tub casting a pebble into the Lake of Purity and winding up at the Old little waterfall and its attendant beauties in AAnnettes Dome Is retraced and on again t entering lt ECaJ1e the guide l il I leads his guests directly to one of most remarkable sights in the cave the Giants Coffin This is a colossal rock of limestone formation plucked In some prehistoric moment from the wall of thecavern and set doWn at the side of the pathway The huge rock is estimated to weigh 2000 tons Is 45 feet long varies from 12 to 15 feet in width and has an almost uniform height of 18 feet It Is appropriately named from its remarkable resemblance to an enormous burial casket A little further on the Acute Angle is reached where the avenue turns with a suddenness seldom witnessed on a surface stream of waterfor it Is supposed that this is the river bed of a former underground torrent and then the visitor pauses at the famous Star Chamber a name nearly as com mon as that of Mammoth Cave itself lifetimeProbablywill the tourist bed able to secure so thorough an impression of the meaning of an utter absence of light The peculiar flickering little cave lamps have in a measure penetrated the shadows but in the Star Chamber tho guest is to be treated to a new senSa- tion Left in Spacious Hall retracesalone in a spacious hall with a high flat ceiling He soon loses himself to view and the dim reflection of the lamps he carries into be seen ion the faroverjheadsand gypsum crystals stand out against a background of manganese dioxide giving an excellent imitation oi a portion of the Milky Way seen in the inky blackness of a misty sky And then the guide shouts a warning to his guests the receding footsteps of the pilot in this sea of darkness are again heard and prestoaU light Is gone The senses of the visitor are appalled by the terrifying Intensity of the indescribable blackness and he is left in hopelessness and awe until the guide makes his welcome reappear ance Brief cave description will have accomplished its purpose in the mind of the reader if it persuades him to make a personal inspection of these everrecurring wonders There are five tiers or stories to Mammoth Cave and when the lowest is reached and all is In readinessfor an embarka tion on the wonderful Echo River the visitor is about 270 feet beneath the surface of the earth Rivers Source In Darkness This stream located amid such weird surroundings is navigable to the three rude boats sur face during the dry seasoifora dis tance of something over half a mile The river has its source in darkness and empties into the black unknown The wellnigh acoustic properties of the walls rising out of and arching Echo River have been often described In places the smooth arch draws down to within less than three feet of the surface of the water and the mariner must stoop in his seat The river fiftyfeetto be about thirtyfive feet The nat ural souudingrboard formed by the solid rock twisted into hundreds of nooks and Inlets returns the faintest noise or note into myriads of echoes In the cpol dark waters are often found marvelous witish fish and crawfish that Nature has kindly deprived of eyes because of their utter uselessness in such a place Mere mention can here be made of a few of the many other wonders shown by the guide on even the briefest cave journey Mammoth Dome about fiG feet from floor to vaulted room is one of the striking glories of the cavern Its almost perpendicular walls are relieved by gigantic columns rich in mightimitatewalls suggest that they might have served as models for the sculptors of the interiors of the ancient Egyptian pyramids eThe Bottomless Pit The Bottomless Pit is another glor ious cavern which despite its name has been fatho ed This was first crossed where now there Is a tiny bridge by the elder Bishop guide and explorer on a cedar sapling The Cat aracts the Bacon Chamber Lovers Leap Standing Rocks the Arm Chair the Cork Screw the Bridal Altar where half a dozen weddings have oc curredRiver Styx Martha Washing tons Statue and a double score of other interesting features found In this land of darkness get their names from Imaginations keenly descriptive and are shown to the ordinary cave visitor And lastly attention may be called to the Water Clopk that tells the time for the traveler as he is about to leave this region of sublimites On the out ward journey when the Rotunda is no far ahead at the guides command there is a pause a stillness follows and presently is heard from up in the depths of a Stygian recess in the walls above a monotonous slow regular tick ticktick the never changing dropping of water from an unseen stalactite to a hidden pool many feet below pa tiently telling off the centuries and sim teegloriesoystereColossal Cavern Colossal Cavern was discovered In 1895 by Robert Woodson who was searching for a spring It was first partially explored by a yoUng man named Pike Chapman in the fall and winter of the sanie year and In the spring of 1896 since which time more of the cavern has been explored and a enIpassages of the floor In certain places where th space between the floor and the roo of the cave did not permit of an traveling and the construction o roads All of this work has now been THE MARBLE TEMPLE MAMMOTH CAVE KENTUCKY Copyright by H C Ganter The winding path leading to the cave completed and the trip through the cave can now be made without any greatexertion in ab9ut six hours As yet but few persons have seen the In terior of the magnificent cavern and it stands today practically the same as when first discovered None of the beautiful rock formations have been destroyed by vandals or blackened by the smoke of oil lamps which are not used here In order to preserve the beautifuljrockformation vidual acetylene lamps whose light is much more brilliant and powerful and which do not give off the disagreeable smell that arises from oil lamps brig inally several entrances existed to Co lossal Cavern but these were all closed by filling in the entrance with rock and earth and an entrance made at the extreme west end of the cavern This was done for the reason that the natural entrances were very inconveni ent and hard to reach the surface land being very rough and hilly The entrance to Colossal Cavern is one and onehalf miles from the entrance to Mammoth Cave and at the foot ofa steep hill facing the west and is the private property of the L N Railway thtthe descent being made down well constructed steps in the rock the pas sage way averaging about three feet in width From the foot of the steps the avenue in which we find ourselves and which is the main avenue of the cave extends for four miles In a southeast erly direction to the end of the cave All the rock at this level is limestone acdable shape of the rocks and marking in the walls and ceilings attracts th attention There is possibly no know cavern where the action of the and the force of eruption is as plainly seen as in Colossal Cavern and in cer taro localities farther on parUcula In Florence avenue the walls are lent decorated WILL INCREASE TAXI That Supreme Court Has Sust fined Its Validityf the supremo thfa f whisky at a special session under former Gov Beckhams administration was hailed with delight by whisky me thtaxlegIslaturegallon brings 50000 into the state treasury The tax on rectified whisky was put on at a special session of the legisla followingThere was a hard fight against the finapyIcaehedat one and a quarter cents Instead of onehalt cent The jrectlfiers An nounced that they would fight the case all through the courts but they consented to pay the tax pending a settlement If the decision had been against the state and in favor of the rectifiers the state would have had to refund the amount which has already begin paid by the rectifiers and it would have crippled the treasury greatly BUST OF LINCOLN Gift of Louisville Men to Be Placed In Kentucky Capitol A handsome bust of Abraham Lin cola modeled by the same who made the Jefferson monument in front of the court house at Louisvillfc Is o be placed in the new capitol tit Frankfort The gift jf Ben S Washer Louisville men A letter andothtr was received by the offering to present the bust to the state if It would be given a good position in the new capitol The governor placed the matter before the capitol commission1 and they promptly accepted it The bust is said to be an excellent like ness of the great president It la mounted on a pedestal eletUfeet hlgni IW 8 A SIN ANY TIME Mrs WiseI told the nextdoor neighbor today that It was a sin to play the piano on Sunday Mr Wise Why did you mention Sunday BABY WASTED TO SKELETON My little son when about a year and a half old began to have sores come out on his face I had a physi clan treat him but the sores grew worse Then they began to come out on his arms then on other parts of his body and then one came on his chest Worse than the others Then I called another jhysician Still he grew worse At the end of about a jear and a half of suffering he grew so bad that I had to tie his hands in cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing the flesh He got to be mere skeleton and was hardly able io walk My aunt advised me to try Cuti cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment I sent to a drug store and got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of the Oint ment and followed directions At the end of two mpnths the sores were all welL He has never had any sores of any kind since I can sincerely say that only for uticura my child would have died I used only one cake of Cuticura Soat and about three boxes of Ointment I am a nurse and my profession brings me Into many different fam ilies and it is always a pleasure for me to tell my story and recommend Cuticura RemedlesMrs Egbert Sheldon Litchfield Conn Oct 231909 Noisy Nuisances Illfitting and windows represent a happy hunting ground for the disturbing winds In fact so annoying does the constant rattle of these openings become that manydetermlned in dividuals who resolve td admit the fresh air choose the lesser of two evils and close the openings in prefer ence to sleepless nights This can be woodebe driven in at the side of an ope window a door can be prevented from rattling if a pad or strip of thick felt be nailed on the edge of the door The annoyance of creaking drawers can be eliminated by rubbing commo- oap upon the top sides and bottom of eachCreaking hinges on anything should be well oiled while the grating irritating noise of a sewing machine can be overcome in a similar manner The little noises wear away the pa tience that is required for other dissipatn irrirfated nerves when a little time will obviate the nuisances Womenyis th only woman impresario on earth sh says She decided that grand opera would be a good thing for St Paul and made her first venture so successful that she has continued In the busines after the fashion of men engaged i the same work Odd Fellows Paper WrIghtHes going to call his new paper the Sausage Links sectionsn iI suppose Yonkers Statesman Let a woman pin a fourleaf clover over the door and the first unmarried man who comes in the door will be the one she is to merry Popular pkg lOc size 15c Sold by Grocers s HELP FOR THE AGED No Need to Longer Suffer from Kidney Troubl Moifattkidneytroubletensely and there was a feeling of numbness in aping My hands cramped and the urinary passages were profuse Doe tors prescribed for me but I was notIIBenefited At last Ibegan taking Doans Kidney Pills They drove my troubles away and I now enjoy excellent health Remember the fame= Dooms For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NT Benefit In Outdoor Schools Speaking before the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis recently Dr Henry Far num Stoll of Hartford Conn said Every city should have one or more such institutions for all delicate so called scrofulous or anaemic children and those with tuberculosis of the bones who are now in ordinary schools Doctor Stoll declared that twenty to forty per cent of schoolchildren in large cities are infected with tuberculosis By the use of tu culihlt was ascertained that 79 percent of the children from tuberculous homes were infected as against on1 8 per cent of those from supposedly healthy homes It was also found that 50 pier cent of the frail children from healthy homes had the germs of the disease but that only 13 percent of therobust children froErslmilar homes were thus affected Really a Serious Dilemma The chap who works on one side of me said an office man has been mar ried six weeks and he sneaks to the telephone about four times a day and calls up his wife and then I hear him saying Dear how Is your headache now I hope you are feeling better Then pretty soon he comes back to his desk and goes to work again all smiling The man who works on the ottosr side of me has been married six years and hei goes to the telephone only when hes called and then I hear him thatIcomes back to his desk all scowling And really when I hear the way these two men go on I dont know what to do I dont know whether to get married or stay a bachelor Importation of Leeches Leeches are enumerated by the bu reau of statistics under its general head of animals Imported the total value of the imports of species 1907n6922 in 1906 4494 in 1905 3862 In 1904 3589 in 1903 3240 and In 1902 2412the commerce in leeches being thus of a growing character imnported into the United States in the decade ending with 1908 is about 40T 000 Leeches are imported free of duty Snails were at one time enu merated as an article of importation the records from 1894 to 1898 showing snails imported to the extent of about 5000 but the snail trade so dwin ime898 that the bureau discontinued its statements of this article Even Among the Hobpes Hullo Du trsald Weary Wag theelivineSomepin awful replied Dusty Rhodes The cost of everythings gone up so a feller cant hardly get his sHumph per ejaculated Weary I never knowed you to pay for nothlnV No returned Dusty but its the solemn fact that along my route where I used to have to ask only once for a breakfast they make me ask twice these daysHarpers Weekly Arithmetic Teacher If I give you one appljo Young AmerIcanDont do it tech er and you wont start any of that trouble that Adam and Eve got into r Some Sweet Day1 1 You may be served with Post Toasties IdCream9 Then you will know I what a dainty tempt = 1 ing food you have been ACamPouttdoti missingndlanm Cereal Co rA Every serving wens a friend Family heMem6ryUngerr I IPostuin Cereal CoLtd Battle CreekA tf1 t f J t4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 5 t igio vdn luca y For Fit Comfort LadyShoesOxfords worth 350 now 300 P J THOMAS I SPRINGFIELD SUNS UED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLARr r v In Advance j N L SMITH Editor and Publisher 4teie at the postoffice at Springfield r Y t for transmission through the tsai I as secondclass matter t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fLOOBixMonthsTkree Month 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET f FOR CONGRESS L HON BEN JOHNSON Of Nelson County HAPPY HOLLOW V The 1arm era have been very busy setting tobacco last week Luther Kirsch and family and Mrs Nancy Scott spent one day of last week with the family of John Crow T W Sutherland is very ill at this writing spenSundat this place Mr and Mrs Ed Hanby tIWe have the lawn mower tb We have a complete of garden tools Rakes Hoes etc and the best Hoes on w J M Shields and wife spent Sunday afternoon with John Crow Misses Hazel Parish and Leona and Z Crow spent Sunday with Miss MallIe Shields Everett Keeling spent Sunday night with Walter Hanbv yr Ed was in Saturday afternoon from this place attended meeting at Mackville Sunday night George Keeling and spent Sun day afternoon with the family of Ed gar Settles near this place Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Saturday with her sister Mrs EdHanby Elmer and Douf spent Sunday afternoon with Ernest Shields The Misses Keeling and Messrs Keel ing and Bishop spent Saturday night with the family of Lee Settle- sEczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The Medical profession gall that ECZEMA is rm disease but the thing that tits baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of skin and destroying the term life that causes the diseases The whole pf treatment and cure by ZEMO is explain ed in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers ot ZEMO It tells how to cure yourself at home of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of th skin and scalp Call at the Leo Haydqn Drug Store for bOO- klet and learn more about this clean reeoJtDizedIthe ilSlis T Hitt 1 SPRING GOODS W e have the most complete line of Spring Goods for the cultivation of gardens necessities about the house beautifying the lawn etc ever carried in stock in Springfield Belowe mention a few thlOfS and an inspection tof oat stock and prices will be a great saving to you t Lawn Mowers satisfactoryZ line the lma Springfield the We can ave you money ontit Screen Wire for Windows Doors and All widths and all 1 7 sIzes I The Best Tobacco Hoes on The Market f lf Garden Toolsr I Spades Shovels Tobacco market Hanby Several family Hanby agreed destroy method Screen Wiret Porches Perfection Oil Stoves The Blue smokeless flame and glass oven door Ask those who have one about the pleasure of summer cookmgf Ji t AH kinds of Lawn UoseGu ranteedi 4 We respectfully solicit a share ofyour patronage i Shultz Cleaver 4t Hardware Plumbing and Tinning 44r tMt+ Hit Hit PLEASANT GROVE Mrs Alice Thompson and daughter Miss Nannie visited relatives here last weekMisses Sue Anna Hays of Mt Zion and Miss Mary Hays Taylor ot Spring field have returned home after a visit to Mrs WP Merritt Rev Hamilton of Louisville spent Sunday night at the home of Mr A L Litsey Mittand McMackin Leachman visit ed Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs Earl Whiteman ofj Mooresville visited Mr King Whiteman was quite alarge crowd at the decoration service on last Satrl day Revfc H S Hudson made a very ap propiate talk Misses Mable Thompson and Jennie Leachman of Springfield visited Mrs Hugh Leachman recently N P Thompson has returned from Harrodsburg I have been authorized to announce that when the young men who took two buggy whips from Pleasant Grove church on last Sunday night will when they have worn them out applv to theiparties whose whips were stolen they will receive money to buy new ones Miss Ellen Gregory is visiting in Har rodsburg Mr Wash Tucker of Springfield was here Friday and purchaser a three year old horse from Fred Vanarsdale Price 190 MACKVIUE The farmers are busy working in their crops especially the tobacco crops Archie of Harrodaburg spent Sundaywith relatives at this place Henrv Graves and wife were pleas ant guests of Mrs Maggie Raybourne Sunday Mr and Mrs Willis Bottom and children were guests of IrWm Mayes Sun day afternoon Mrs W L Yancey who has been ill for some time is improving Mrs Maggie Turner was the guest of Mrs Sallie Shewmaker Saturday af ternoon Several from this place attended the decoration at Pleasant Grove Saturday Mr and Mrs R it Isham and children were the guests of Ben Powell and family Sundayafternoon Several from Wiltisburg attended ser vices at the Christian church Sunday night Lloyd Walker and wife spent Satur day and Sunday with Lee Riley at Fen wickMiss Eva Harmon of Lebanon was the guest of Mr and M foU W Shew maker Saturday and Sunday Childrens Day at the Christian church will be held on the first Sunday in June and will be for the benefit of the Sunday School Mrs Zooney Bess and children anent Sunday afternoon with Dave Yankey Harvey Sweeney who has been at school in Louisville for some time has returned home Miss Beulah Thompson who has been in Louisville for the past few days has returned home Mrs Dillian Wilkerson is visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Miss Lizzie Davis t ofI awrenceoJMiss Beulah Turner Mrs Ora K ightI relay and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wood Hatchette at Harrodsburg L T MAUD Mr and Mrs H D Sties and children of Danville speift Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs D H Huston Miss Josie Shehan visited relatives in Springfield last week Mr and Mrs John Virgin spentMon day with Mr and Mrs Thos Reed near Booker T t Miss Bess Settle has returned home after spending several days with her sister Mrs Ed Nalley in Bardstown Mrs Mary Shehan and daughter Miss Josie spent Monday evening with Mrs Neal B dine who is very sick at her home near Bloomfield Mr Dixie Barlow of Springfield i visiting relatives at this place Mrs Ora Crume and son Dorchester were in BardstownThursday Clarence Settle spent several days in Louisville lastweek Mr and Mrs Andrew Kirsch andson Roy spent Sunday with their grandmother Mrs Eliza Moore Sam Moore had a valuable mare to diertfrom lockjaw last Friday Cbs Mcllvoy of V illisburg was in our town Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Virgin and son Clellan were in Bloomfield Saturday Rev Moss and wife spent gunday with Mrs Mary Shehan Miss Maggie Montgomery has returned to Bloomfield after spending Satur day and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Montgomery Aunt Bet Troutman who has been sick for several months we are glad to say is some better at this writing HaDShewmakerMr Ham Shehan Thu Sun and CourierJournal f15ft + + + I ALL MEN ARE WELCOME HERE ttit But young men get an extra squeeze of the hand They are punctilious know what they want wont take ono iota less tL We like to serve young men- fwithE GHARtt Clothes because they reclqtKes Skeptics and our satisfactIon at bringing them into the fold is all the keener 1 + A young mans shop is this aiming for and achieving butitfit 6L l5to25+ We have other lines of suits from 750 to 1250 Special line of Boys and Children Suits J fit tit NeckwearI footTt+ prices m Ask to see our StockNo trouble to show goods here taraa1V2 s I The ROBERTSON INCORPORATED CLAYBROOKE calSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tit lf ++ ++t Dr G1 T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield r Ky ffice in Hagon Block tip stairs Local News Noteso New line of Voile Skirts and Veils at HalfPrice Mrs WILLIAMS A little learning is a dangeroushing- Drink deep at the Pierian spring or not atalLNOTICEParties who have beenget ting sod along the roadside in front o C L Bradys farm ate hereby notified that there is a law against removing same from public highways and must not be done again For firstclass Cleaning and Pressin Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB CEO G GOWDY Prop Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon THE CLUBH yourIway to the club o clothes good as ntew We are waiting to give everybody firstclass work Clothes called for and delivered at once Ladies specialty Give usa call Clerks office armen1a G Gowdy Prop We have a nurhber of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstowni ORVILLE ARNOLD orrDR DEATS Bardstown Ky ofbusinessdead men That explains very largely why so many places vegetate busines eases go to smasn churches failand other enterprises cease to be Live men ever watchful to seize opportuni andsmaintain life and bring success My entire new stock of Ready to Wear and Trimmed Hats at HalfPrice Come in and see Mrs WILLIAMS FOR SALEA beautiful tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office Jos Barker who made his home here until last week and who now lives near Fenwick suffered a severe stroke of paralysis the latter part of last week and has been in a most critical condi tion ever since While Mr Barker is somewhat improved today the physi cians in attendance hold out but little hope i The alumnae of St Catherines Acad emy served a delightful ice cream and strawberry sipper at The Court House Saturday and were successful to the extent of raising about 75 The ices and cakes were not only delicious but were alumnifthan usual Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonder Salvegsores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chap ped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at Havdon Robertsons To Horsemen- II in the business of handling horses Will 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the hair The women ot Paris are fanned for their beauty not because their facial features are superior to those of other women but because they know how to keep young by supplying vigor luster and strength to the hair Three years ago Parisian Sage could hardly be obtained in America But now this delightful hair tonic and dres sing can be had in every town in Amer ica The Leo Haydon Drug Co selte It and they guarantee it to grow beauti ful luxuriant hairto turn duty lifeless hair into lustrous hair to stop falling hair to stop itching of the scalp Ask for Parisian Sage RURAL TELEPHONES IaMR FARMER Makeu your home as modern for your positiontobe accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small corn pared with the benefits received Call or address our near Tennforrate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the Statesof Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the southern 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Cunningham Duncan Springfield My be a Friday and May 26 27 and 28 For your benefit as well as my own I am going to attend the Annual Conven tion of the State Dental As sociation at oh those days and take a Course in DentistryI 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 0000000000000t 0 0 o Personal Notes i a o 1 Visitors In and Out of TownA o- RoundUpoftheWeeks O Personal News j 0 oooo aaa oaoQn John S McElroy Jr has returned home from Danville where he has been for the past nine months Mr Bryant of Richmond Kyhas fi accepted a position with Haydon and Robertson Dr Lyon of and Rev Moffett of Lebanon were in town Tuesday 5Q Home of Hart Schaffnef Marx Fine Clothes Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 2750 and 530 values go at 20 Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 25 and 2250 values go at I OiQU Welworth suits 25 and 2250 values go at 18 Welworth suits r M f20 and 1850 values go at QawU Welworth suits 1750 and15 values go at 12 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Lewis was in Bards first of the week attending court Satdrdayz F Grigs by was in Louisville on = Luther Brown has returned from Owensboro where he was called by the death of his uncle Wallace Brown of Birdstown spent Monday in town Murray Floyd of Lebanon was in IMissSusie Penn is visit ngrelativ i O OOO DDQODQDL Its a Regular n to tie our new Neckwear especially o if you wear our Shirts and Collars o Come and have a look at our newest o things in those lines And how about 0 some new Underwear and Hosiery O Time to be getting a new stock isnt 0 Iit If you want the latest and best O coursei 0 QGaQaQQQnQQQQog SHilltheSpringfield Richard Greenwell and J H Waters of Hunters Station spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Jas Webb L Hugh Land Miss Sallie McElrov Hughesandnear Bloomfield Miss Eulah Wathen of Bardstown Junction is the guest of Miss Simms LouisvillestoreaMiss Louise Medley of Owensboro will arrive the last of the week to visi her sister Mrs W H McCaley Miss Bertha Havdon has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs C A Spalding weekendMrs Spalding of Kansas City the guest of her daughter Mrs Gear g Robertson Jr Miss Nannie Tong has returned t her home after a Visit to relatives i Louisville NorHurst f the week with Miss Mabel Price Mrs R A Noe returned home Sat relativesIHeff Rubel of Lebanon spent Sun sday here Thos Hamilton of Frederickstown was in town Monday on business thiweeks J C Claybrooke and Robert Mayes spent Sunday in Bardstown Miss Margie Grigsby of Bards town spent Monday here Miss Nanny Tonge after several JoneShasErnest Tonge is visiting friends in Danville Mr and Mrs James Connor o accounqt Mr J D Barker Special May Prices on LACE CURTAINS Soo valuest375400 values 275 350 values 250 300 values 200J 250 values 190 140lMission Curtains and Mission Curtain Nets in Red k Green and Echrell These are the new things We are still well stocked in Paper and are making Special Prices 3I2C Sc 7I2C lOc and up See our line before you buy Remember we are sole agents for Florsheim Shoes 45Q to 6 Douglas Shoes 250 to 4 KrippendorfDittman 250 to 450 fit Iff All the above in Patent Gin Metal and Tan in Lace Button Oxfords and Pumps thank for your liberal and solicit your future favors Ry Office Closed Thursday Saturday for1650 for1175 Snap Wall MilesSaundersis very ill at his home in Bullitt countyI McElroyat Bloomfield McElroyL McElroy John S McElroy How GeorgeColvinMcCnord and Mrs John Y Mayes com LotLewisWwere in Louisville last weeks on legal business Miss Annie McChord hasi returned tto her home after a pleasant visit to Miss Annie D Grundv in Louisville =Rev R L Purdom has returned home from Baltimore where he atten ded the Baptist conference Mrs Janie Willitt is visiting friends hi Louisville Mrsewere town on Thu dayI ardstownnwas wn visitingaL D Baker of Bardsto n was in town Saturday on business Mr sand Mrs J D Rapier of andMrsMrs Pious Whalen and children of Bardstown are visiting Mr end Mrs Ben F Simms Mr and Mrs J J McCabe are in Louisville this week Miss Mary Gleason has returned home after a visit to Louisville Miss Mabel Williams who has been LexingtonMrs Bellbaum is visiting her par ents at P ris Ky gIvmgChamberlains arcoticsfdence As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which childrenaresuscephble it is unsurpassed Sold by all druggists YOU CAN GET Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morning at eleven oclock HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of our GRAPE JUICES ILONE JACK George Good and Lee Bigg of Cross Roads were guests of Heed Taylor last Monday = Sam Roe and sister Mary and Bud Mathley and wife attended church at Dry Creek Sunday of last week Chas Hall the local horse trader swapped horses with Robert Smith the former getting 40 to boot j M Anderson was the guest of T G Stumpn and family last Sunday- S T Stumph and daughter Sadie dined with J 0 Milton and wife last jUncle ilas Montgomery is no bet ter at this writing Those who attended County Court Springfield Monday were Carter Hall Chas Hall and Susie Mobley ateptjswmga owne J O Milton and a blacksmith shop owned by Ben Ha don li p Miss AJmeda Holderman and brother Ben were the guests of Mary C Taylor Sunday and Monday Thdse who attended the birthday din ner at S T Stumphs on Tuesday the 24th inst were Malcolm Stumph and wife of Tick Creek J 0 Milton and wife of Long Lick 1 G Stumph and wife andson T H Stumph and family of this place Everyone brought a full basket and a pleasant day was spent The writer joins with his many friends in wishing him many more happy birth days BOOKER r utyCourtsitingherfieldMrs Stella Pile and Mrs Ada Moore were in Bloomfield Wednesday shop ping Joe Croak has returned home from Louisville James Cull and son Pete went over to FridayA Minnie Mayfields sale Wednesday It is re ported that everything sold well Mr and Mrs Joe Goatley were in Springfield Saturday on business Miss Mary Moore is the guest of Mrs i Stella Pile Joe Goatley met with apainfuHnjury TELEPHONE 69I And your order will be promptly attended to and delivered t I KATIE one day last week white plowiug in new obstructionside breaking two ribs thleSettlefamilyspentPile SundayFrankspentJim Coulter near Bloomfield CATARRH WILL GQi Relief Comes in Two Minutes a Weekst sckevtits unnecessary t t It sifter breathing Hyemei the won der workerr you are not rid of vile cat arrTi you can have your money l acK No stomach dosingjust take the little hard u hberu pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and pour into it a few drops of Hyomei Breathe it ac cording to directions In two minutes jt will relieve you of that stuffed up eYeryfeelingday and in a few weeks yoo willbe entirely free from catarrh r Breathing Hyomei is a very pleasant and certain way to kill catarrh Get an outfit today it only costs 1 its worth 1000 to any catarrh sufferer For sale by druggists everywhere whoguarancoughs colds sore throat and brbnchf tis An extra bottle of Sybmei liquid if needed Vosts butfBOc as the little hard rubber inhaler you get with the outfit will last a life time HIONACUres Itrelieves stomach misery sour stoa ach bolching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back Laroe box of tabs lets 60 cents Druggists in all towai IAre you prepared to keepthe necessities I of your table Cool and Refresh i lug this Summer 7 I REFRIGERATORSA a life time at prices rangirtf from II IVtO 2O I f The Best Values for The Least Money I Leachman CampbellsFurniture Store MM PiLiT I iwSERIALSTORY u t The Master of Graven I S 01 lly Marie Van Vorst Authorofiiof thcTAfiU u IAmbnda Desmond etc IsyYrh yOai37icbt by JBLi pplncott Company I thNOPSIS Banil Tempest worlds greatest poet nhd novelist retuslng1 further to be lion- Ized shuts himself up in Craven his country tome His gloomy meditations are brokem by the admission of an Amerl can Luc Carew who has come to Eng land to qet a study of the author but moro especially a synopsis of his new suite of poenis Tempest ajigry at being disturbed declares he will write no more nd asks Lucy to go Repenting his rude ness in sending her out at night in the rain Tempest hastens after her but she refuses to return to Graven with him and takes lodging With a cottager Next morning Lucy receIves an apology from Tempest and an offer to assist her in iLucywrites decides to go to London but Tempest Induces her to remain and reader manuscript to him Lucy declines tin Invitation to dine wlthTempest who In anger and disappointment goes to London He nd with whom UIs name has been linked to leave her husbajid prbmlsing to marry her when the husband gets a divorce She insists on the divorce first Tempest departs for Craven He burns Lady Ormonds picture after forcing a reluctant opinion of that lady from Lfcy t4tuai CHAPTER IV Continued Nj mean he said quietly that I have not written as t told you In six months That thanks to some lucky star I am en veine once more How long this Tvill last I dont know I may wake up to find myself an idiot tomorrow TOnight at least I could write on until daylight If there Is any merit at all in these papers you have written out for me let it 0speak as strongly as It can He stopped looked at herr saw her interest and went on I mean to eay there will be no more unless this mood continues without interruption Still she Waited her face bent a little her eyes on the roses in her kands That unless I tan coQtinue as ihave begun dictate to YOr as the inspiration comes I shahcertainly SIng the manuscript In the fire Miss Carew heard with gratitude the rolling upot the motor car beenjbewildered His nearness to her his eyes upon her overpowered her She longed to escape and with no appar ent regard to what he so selfishly demanded she took a hurried leave of him Tempest after Miss Carew had none walked to and Ito in the yellow room reflecting on her his eyes still full of the feast of her he al tlowed himself so freely to make and which she with charming uncon sciousness permitted She was un conscious there was no doubt of that pth rwjse she would pot be able to meet his regard with the finer clear Xook that made him liken her eyes to wells of light At the simile he put tillS hands over his own that burn d And stung 41f I could only steep them in those cool depths bathe them there kindle iheir torch as my minds torch has been relit Henly he ordered when the housekeeper appeared in answer to the bell he had rung1I wish to dine here Yes Mr BasUas she would have said it had he expressed the Inten tion of dining on the Trafalgar monu tnent And serve me yourself will you Put a few things on a tray you know find clear oft a little table Dont let A servant come near me uNo MiC Basil She looked far tively about the gay b xof a room as if in spite of her eyes which bad seen Miss Caewdrive away she fan cied her encoin red somewhere there was a sense of intimacy and cosey ness in the little room where the fire had slowly devoured every ugly black ash of the discarded picture The pungent adorn of the roses drawn out by the wArmth still hung on the air This sveetbox as Mrs Henly dubbed it seamed suddenly to have become very Sweet indeed Youre fagged 9utffihth long trip sir Its too much for a day Isnt It- Its enough and to spare I shall rest here i want never to see Lon don agaixu He had said this before and It dldHiot dismay her She noiselessly and quickly cleared on a little stand and put it before the divan where Tempest had thrown him self Youll like early supper sir Yes when you choose Wouldnt you go and have your bath and et freshed up Mr Basil Ive laid out your things In the good creatures eyes that rested on Tempest vith the respect that de corum demanded any woman would have seen the mute caress that could J ever 11 expressed as she passed 4 lfi4 t 4J 0 back of hfttf flo3 to him ont coull fancy she laid her hand on his hair When an hour later Tempest re chosenInthought whose spell he did not wish broken a brightened blaze a bunch of temptingeyejust the repast to please his fag tidious palate and stimulate without the full heavy sense of having as usual dined a cold pheasant a well thenHenlyShe had with true unbending as if to aUttIeapron thingsIyoutheseHe said gloomily No and you are better not to He lit a cigar from the box that withthecotIeetrayto museto take after a little while hadbroughtc1ownstair tenderphotographsLady lookingfire with the pile of letters which he heapedinbroodedwatching the fire eat and consume protestations whose feeble sweetbecause threeyesparkling wit a good humor and counterirritant refusalonly because a new interest had like a fine ray from an unexpected beacon cut across the lonely ragged promon alongItsOtherwise God knows how desolate it would have left me hesaialoud and with the word smiled a little and shivered Not that I am nqwfollyexit of the old Thats about all He sat brooding brooding until Hen ly venturing came softly in to ask if he wanted anything more Tempest tIrTempesthe mocked I fetched you a stick today cQuldI you sharpen it into a pencil for me do you think She smiled tenderly IIAh no better than in those days Im afraid Mr Basil Never mind Butif you knew how Ive longed and needed those pencils Made for me anotherput In my handandeven then the hand guided Youve not been writin Whenever Henly omitted the name of hermaster he might mentally have supplied my dear to take its formal place and not been wrong Writing I havent written for an ternftyIIt will come air TJ Ah Theres no comfort in that Spring will come at least theres a precedent in its favorbut mean He Put Them in the Fire while so will winter Whats to be done for the one who makers the pen cue out of nothing for me Guides the hand and does mbrefwhats to be done I Mrs Henly who neyerj allowed her self to be nonplussed her lords singular queries said warmly Why something very oOd Indeed To someone who brings the spring out of season If that puld be she demurred MjBasil You are right and sighed I cant of course but the wonder Is there Just the same CHAPTER V At the end of the week Mrs Rams dills became a cherished asylum into which towards every evening Lucy Carew crept to dream to relive the strange enchantment that was filling hr days Her room under the eaves of a cottage whose date was older than the history of her own country charmed Her with its latticed windows and straight curtains of redchecked print the homely pieces of furniture the square rag of carpet In the exact center of the bare floor the mirror in its old quaint frame reflecting a patch of sky a bit of meadow und reflecting as well the vase of hothouse flowers that invariably stood on the low bureau Old world and for eign to her westerp eyes her eur roundings grew to possess the attr ac tion of those things which are near enpugh to fall under the shadow of great Interest fI 5hwent dally to Crayon TnjRrt had never been a word since the night she left Tempest in tls empireroom regarding her appearance or his ex pectlng her She wont whether or not she knew it to be Unconventional whether or not she feared the criti clam of Mrs Ramsdill and Tempests servants and was above it whether or not she knew she had a acred duty to fulfill to art to posterity In enabling the master to work for work he did without even the tribute of a word for hours whether thetewas another reason for her goingthe strongest most cogent of reasons against which no woman can reason without being aided by mans indifference at all events to Craven Lucy Carew went faithfully dally walking the half mile between Rams dills cottage and the caetls This year there was no November dreariness to chill her spirit or aid her to consider soberly what folly she was guilty of what danger she ran Someone drew upon thecalen dar of brilliant days with reckless ex travagance If it were Tempest he saw that his scribe approached Craven in a shower of sunshine Her walk lay by way of a field and meadow path for a quarter of a mile a passage through a hedge by means of a little old stile when she gained with an abruptness that always seemed a sort of Impertinence the front of the castle Every morning Craven met her appreciative beautyloving eyes with fresh insistence The perfect con grulty of its ensemble the correct ancient lines of Tudor architecture the space and dignity the harjnony of dim faded stone the bigness of the mass whose importance was visible the country round from hill to hill Close to the house like a shadpw was the blur of a pinegrowth the red of beeches in the near encroaching dens ity of the park where she had once been with TempestIPark and woodthe dim avenue by which she came the lie of the val leys their edges softened and molded by hedged farms and fulllimbdd Oaks the haze of atmosphere pink and gold In color the slowrising smoke from little nestling cottages and from the leaf fires on the green all held by an eternal silence and peace that the old countries alone know soothed her mind and spfrit anew at eaph long look she gave Everything on which her eyes rested suggested age and tradition there was nothing new In the landscape from farm and Held hedge grove and noble trees to the castle door It spoke to her llof It with one voice England met her here in a frIendlywayin one might say a motherly way maKing an appeal to some latent heritage in her blood pan sibly certalnly finding response Lucy Carew These impressions and delight were of course above all the envelope the subtle delicious surround lag to the reality of the man who was absorbing her She at times rebelled at the mastery of the force that drew her so irresistibly and wondered if some voice out of the new world would not speak out recall her But alas for Lucy Carew there was no such voice to call She arrived at ten to write in Mr Tempests study until a little after 12 Then with no Invitation from him to remain to luncheon and a sincere gratitude on her part that there was no question of it she departed by the way she had come reaching Rams dills for a meal of Spartan simplicity as If by consent to an unspoken wish of her no bbnmots were sent to her there any more He gave her no evidence of the pleasure he took In her presence as with faithful accuracy and unfailing patience she bent over the pages that grew like snowpiles at her side But had there been another observer he might have thought as she bent unconsciously over her pages that his eyes studied her hejr lovely head there under the dark mass of her hair a sort of firelight seemed to burn the edges with bronze and redden her slender hand as it traveled over the pages her leaning form the pure outline of her grave interested face indeed the observer might thinb that Tempest inspired himself from this youth and loveliness When she lifted as now and again she did in query her eyes to him he drank trots them as lTOThe Belted Millionaire The masters office at Kimbbrley ha recently been the scene of a dramatic discovery It has reference to the affairs of Thomas Istad who somf n onths ago left Griqua own for Ger man West Africa and whose deat was reported from that territory His wife remaining Grlquatown receiving no news from her husband and being In poor circumstances ob tamed employment at a hotel there The master on hearing of Istadsi death requested the German authorities to forward the deceaseds effects They accordingly packed his belong ings chiefly clothingin a wooder box which was dispatched to Cap Town4nd thence to Kimberley Or being unpacked the box was found tc contain a red flannel waist belt which on being closely examined was die covered to be thickly lined with ban notes to the amount of E3750 The deceased had been in the habit oJ trading in secondhand Jewelry and carrying the belt without any one knowing about itCape Colonj Times Children of the Rich Sunday School Teacher Imprcs sivelYO course you knew that Elijah Went up to Heaven in th chariot Johnny UllyunOhtJ dont know Thats outPuc1eIstory the family gave 7c j KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH PROGRAM COMPLETED Three Addresses Will Be Delivered at the Dedication of New Capitol Frankfort Ky Three addresses two of them short will be lelivered at the dedication of the new Kentucky Capitol the program for the exercises on June 2 have been completed The addresses will be by Judge James H Polsgrove Mayor of Frankfprt Gov Willson and Senator W O Bradley The day will end with a reception Iti the Capitol Several hundred men and women of Frankfort have been ap pointed members of the reception committee Program for the Day 8 oclock A MFirlng sign lgun at arsenal 9 oclock A M Detachments of the reception and transportation commit tees under their leadersh assemble at their respective posts of assignment to receive and care for visitors 10 oclock A M of grave of the Rev J McCluskey Blay bycommitteeclub as provided by resolution of that body in recognition of his loyalty to and his exertions In the retention of the seat of government 12 oclock NoonExerciseS In the Capitol Salute fired from Arsenal Hill Music by band Invocation by Bishop Lewis W Burton a MayorJSong America by Louisville Girls high school Address by Gov Will son Augu1tUSE Music by band Address by Senator William Brad ley Song by Louisville Girls high school MajorDixieIn the afternoon band concert In the Ibuildingandspection of visitors From 730 p m to 11 p m State reception in the Capitol building with oldfashioned Kentuckyhousewarm- ing Dedication Committees Gov A E Willson chairman commissioners reception committee Lieut Got4W H Cox the Hon Frank P the Hon Edward Farley thd iHftaJ B L Brurier the Hon James Breathitt the Horn M C Rankin the Hon E RegensteIn the Hon Napier Adams Col E H Taylor Jr chairman sub committee citizens reception comniit tee The Hon W E DJ wlIng the Hon J T Buford the Hon Wi G Simpson the Hon Joseph RUP ertj Judge J H Hazelrlgg the Rev C R Hudson George A Lewis heRev C C Penick Col L P Tarltpn Mrs A E Willson chairman Mrz w EBar ret vice qhairman Mrs Jeorge Ba ker Mrs J C W BCkhan Mrs Geo F Berry Mrs W E Bradldy Mrs John F Lockett Mrs DJ V LIndsey Jr Mrs Jennie C Mortori Miss Ma son Montgomery Subcommittee at Dept + F G Lutkemeler1HRoberts W H Pasey Thomas P Av erlll ivs Farmer R L Greene W W Longmoor J A Scott George C Shaw George G Speer I Davis Mrs S J Shackelford chairman Mrs Ce cil Farmer Mrs W F GraYbt Mrs Thomas Hall Miss Irma Labrot Mrs Ws H McAlpin Mrs C W Saffell Mrs John H Stuart Miss Sarah Lock ett Miss Christine Reynolds At Capital HotelDr E Ei Hume chairman J Swigert Taylor B Williams the Rev J R Zeigler D W Lindsey Jr R C Hieatt Wiley Mar DtudridgeMrs J B Martin Mrs John W Rod man Miss Alice Blanton Miss Clint Cunningham Miss Elise Dandridge Miss Rachel Settle HAGGIN CONFIRMS REPORT Lexington Ky James B Kaggin at Elmendorf farm confirmed the re port that the great Rancho del Paso stock farm of 44000 acres In Califor nia near Sacramento vhich was own ed Jointly by Mr Hags In and the Te vis heirs has een sld to a Min neapolls syndicate headed by George W Butler Mr Haggin says the deed for the formal transfer of the property Is being prepared He did not state the pricgv but It Is understood that the deal inrolres nearly 2000000 Owlngsville Ky Samuel Rail a prominent farmer of Bath county who had been attending circuit court at this town In returning home In a buggy was run down by an automo bile belonging to Mr William Ratliff of Sharpsburg and seriously injured Mr Rail was taken home by a passing neighbor Mr G M Bradley Louisville Kyi After a two days trial Archie Hand was aquitted of the murder of County Patrolman C H Connor last May The plea was self defense Hand Tld been c nti led In jail ever sincn the night of the killing twelve months ago and during part of this time was bereft of reason accord- Ing to the testimony In the case Elkton KyTn attempting to lift a wagon Iped Joe about 60 year and a farmer of the Sharon neighborhood ruptured It blood vessel und died within 24 hours j NOVEL FEATURESPRESENTE- DInsurance Case Decided By Appellate Court Decision Rendered Declares Void a Lapsed Policy Continued by the Beneficiary Frankfort kyAn interesting life insurance case was decided by the ap pellate court reversing the Judgment of the Jefferson circuit court in the case of the Western and Southern Life Insurance Co against Sallie Grimes administrator The case presented several novel features the most important of which is that when the Insured lapsesa policy and refuses to pay pre miums on ifathe beneficiary has no authority or rIght to continue the policy On June 19 1906 Sallie Grimes an LouisvilleIInsurance Co and named the wife of her employer as beneflciary After the policy was delivered to her she paid the premiums regularly until in the fall of 1907 she ceased to work for the Gross family and when she left their home took with her her policy and the book in which the en tries of her weekly payments were kept WJ1en the collector for the company called upon her to collect premiums she notified him that she no longer de sired to keep the policy and would not pay the premium Mrs Gross being the beneficiary under the policy the agent called upon Mr Gross and requested him to keep up the premiums which he did In the fall of 1908 Miss Grimes died fnd proofs of loss were sent to the company and in a few days the entire amount of the policy 27540 was paid to Mrs Gross After due time an administrator was appointed for Miss Grimes and he demanded payment of the policy from the company which was refused The lower court was of the opinion that the contract sued on was a binding application on the part of the com pany that Mrs Gross had no insura ble interest hi the life of the insured and that the company knew this when it paid her the proceeds of the policy and that such payment did not dis charge its obligations to the lawful claimant Judgment rras entered by the lower court in favor of Miss Grimes administrator com pany appealed andJthe The Appellate Court one has an insurable interest in the life of another and the law will not permit insurance to be taken out on such a life As Miss Grimes had lapsed the policy she could not thereafter claim that the policy was alive and In force by virtue of the act of Mr Gross in making the payments to the company for these payments were made not for the benefit of the Insured or at her in stance or request but for the purpose of keeping the Insurance in Torce for the benefit of Mrs Gross Further the Court says The Chan cellor should have held that the con tract of insurance was absolutely void as to all parties concerned and for this failure so to do the judgment Is reversed and cause remanded with In structions to dismiss the petition ANNUAL RAT HUNT Kentucky Farmers Observe Yeatiy Event at Kllling Pests Lexington ICy Hundreds of farm ers of Nicholas county Ky Joined inn war of extermination against rats This Is the second annual rat day thousands oCt rodents having been Killed last year The pests have caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to crops and stored grains in Central Kentucky and an effort is being made to extend the fight aganst thorn to other counties KENTUCKVWIRETA- PSCentraTCityKyA shocking acci dent occurred at the Duzerne mine of the W G Duncan Coal Co which resulted in the instant death of two men Ray Hamilton of Greenville and Peter Baker of Luzerne How the accident occurred will probably never be known as the only two men near the scene are dead TompkinsvllleHarv y Hagan ot Fountain Run this county died at the age of 67 years Death was due to heart trouble He was one of the best Known1 farmers in Southern Kentucky Owensboro KYThe will of Eldred Crabtree was admitted to probate in county court He leaves 500 to each of the following institutions Louis yUle Baptist Ministers Aid society Louisville Baptist Orphans home and Louisville Masonic Widows and Or phans home- Falmouth KyAbout one hundred and fifty delegates from the various lodges of the Daughters of America throughout Kentucky assembled here for the state convention which met for a twodays meeting ofIcannoyseveral pair of shoes The robbers gained entrance to the building by opening the front door chooliclecUa majority of 34 votes favor of the school The trustees elected arc J L Simpson A L Cook MB Puckett Thomas Hardesty and Dr Shouse A tax of 25 cents on the iOO worth of property was provided for Steps to hI ANOTHER WOMAN I 1CURED1 ByLydia 13 Pinkhams Vegetable Compound yearagoiiu Jhil could not do of 1ISWo my houseworkr sickness was caUe WhenIfltifeltaaif Icould not tookI attIijLe a pound and did just = 1i as told me andc Inow I am perfectly cured and have a big baby boy BlaCkDuckConsider This Advice No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation which may mean death given Lydia E Pinkham exclusively womenhasmostvaluable tonic and invigorator of residing the United States bear willing testi LydiaEIt cures female ills and creates radi ant buoyant female health If you are ill for your own sake as well as those you love give it a trial Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Massjinvites all sick women to berforadvice Her advice is free and always helpful FamilYjA Divided The bright sixyearold daughter of a physician happened into his recep tlpn room the other day and a wait g woman patient engaged her in coni v rsatlon I suppose you go to church and Sunday school she asked C Oh yes maam she replied 4 And what denomination do your parents belong to Why said the little one n mas a Presbyterian and papa 8 a stomach specialist The House Cleaning Joke Thousands of jokes are written each year on housecleaning by men who do not realize what a small tragedy housecleaning Is to women It has to be done and it has to be done thoroughly I- Housecleaning is fun though if Easy Task soap is used Made of pure cocoa- nut oil borax naphtha and clean sweet tallow It can be used on woodwork floors curtains rugs laces china cut glass and everything elserids them of dirt and dust in half the time ot cheap yellow soaps Shows Value of Steel Car That the steel car is of great v1uEI Jas a protection to passengers in the event of collision was demonstrated Il1itheThere was no such telescoping as would probably have occurred with wooden cars and the injuries were merely such as resulted from the pas lsengersbelng thrown down by the olUsion Out of the Race Because of the general scrapping match between the various cities as to who shall have the honor of theT National or International Congress ot Aviators Washington and BalUmora have both withdrawn from the whole business Something Visible Show me some tiaras please I want one for my wife Yes sir About what price Well at such a price that L can say Do you see that woman wlthrItiara Shells my wife Exercise Good for It Asked the progressive woman bf the beauty culturist Dont you think JhCertainlyIt two Inches Puck Not Quite Qualified PolicemanDo yos have to take care of the dog Nurse GIrlNo The missis says Im too young and inexperienced I only look after the children Life A clear brain and Steady dependable nerves Can win wealth and fame For their owner Clear headedness and a Strong healthy body Depend largely on the Right elements in Regular food and drink Coffee contains caffeine A poisonous drug Postum is rich in the 1urnishtheputs an hustle vV Bito body and brain x if uThcres a Reasri r I I iocii cJ y A Fish Out of Water By BERTHA ORVILLE Copyright 1309 by Associated Literary Press Ned Morgan was ana quandary His lister Edith and his best friend Tom Winters had been In that delightful stage of courtship that precedes an engagement when suddenly the situ uation changed and Toms visits ceased The big brother had at first concluded that it was a lovers quar rel and would In time right itself But Ediths demeanor soon changed that theory She seemed to be as happy and as Intensely interested in her thoughts as she was when first she met Tom On the other hand Tom was in a state of deep despondency One day he suddenly announced his intention of going west See here Edith said Ned whats wrong between you and Tom Hes going away and I am inclined to think Its because you havent treated him Tight 31have Ned When I saw that I didnt care for him In the way he wanted me to 1 told him so frankly What occasioned your change of heartShe blushed and turned away her S eyes Who In the world Is the man The other man There is one isnt there Edith 11 am not sure she hesitated her blue eyes softening In reminiscence But no one comes to see you Y3ii have Lt received any attention since you turned Tom down This is a Jack thereliswas silent You wont tell me Edith1 No she said decidedly not yef Her brother wisely refrained from further questioning He sought Tom We Rowed Up the Creek So you are going West Tom he askedYes a business trip that no one else in the firm wanted to take but Which was welcomed by me under the circumstancesI This Is a passing Whim of hers and she will be t again by the time you return Tom shook his head despondently There is another man Well it must be a man in a book then for no one comes to see her and she Is at home alone every evening the brother told him At this intelligence Tom brightened a little and went away with the spark of hope fanned to life again Ned grew watchful of his sister om the fact of her having no eve t Cag entertainment he concluded that toili other man must be employed at night andable only to pursue his woo ing by day It was quite by accident that he gained knowledge of the affair He was taking a turn In his car In the country one morning and passed a small lake resort Feeling thirsty he ran the car Into the grounds up to the pavilion To his surprise he saw his sisters runabout t in the driveway Where Is the young lady who came out in the runabouthe asked of the landlord twas a young lady ten to one shes out In the sailboat with Jack was the reply with a significant smile Jack JackBerdan He has charge of the boats here Hes a pretty fair looking chap and since Ive had him here the boat trade has more than doubled All the girls In the country and town have come to think theres nothing like sail lag Theres one pretty girl who has teen heie every morning regularly for ten days On his waY home Ned evolvefIa plan of action In the he In vltea a girl he kntw to go to the summer resort for a sail Oht then at last I see Jack she exclaimed laughing- Jack The picturesque new boatman This e all have been out to see him eysay he looks like Romeo Mother wouldnt let tae go out there alone ed had to admit that Jack was ce- tainly of the type to appeal to the ar tistic and feminine eye He was slen der supple and little and handled the boat with ease and grace He had dark foreignlooking eyes strong fed tures brown skin even white teeth and a musical voice He wore cordu roy trousers blue flannel shirt with turndown collar and rolledup sleeves red tie a bit of a cap on the back of his head with a Byronk iyyan lock on his brow When they were In the shoat Ned trIed to draw him Into conversation but sailorlike his eyes and this fights were centered on the boat and sky That Is where the fascination lays thbught Ned If only he had shown his level by his speech Edith would have been disillusioned I guess sire is only a worshiper from afar They must keep you pretty busy here he observed as they laded Have to work evenings I se Yes thats our busy time replied Jack Once in a while I lay oft for a morning I am going to get up tomorrow and go to the ball game Be sure you do urged Ned Its going to be the game of the season = He went home relieved Jack bad omitted all his gs and had said git for get He went early to the game the next morning and secured a seat on the bleachers watching the entrance faithfully Presently Jack appeared dressed up His attire was just what Ned had hoped it would be- At luncheon he remarked casually to his sister Bessie Lawrence and I went to Round lake for a sail yes terday She blushed and darted a qhtck glance at him- I hear the girls are all wild over the new boatman I dont wonder Hes about as handsome a chap as I ewer saw outside of a picture Edith looked relieved and leased Isnt he beautiful she asked en thusiastically and cant he handle a boat well 1 uYeshe3 a born salloriSo you have been sailing with him Edith Yes a few times she said hesi tating Have you been with him anywhere elseOnce or twice We rowed up the creek and And where else Edith her asked gently ur took him In my automobile for a ride And do you think that was Just toi thing to do Why not ask him come to your house as you did and the others- I thought she said reddening under his gaze that you would ob ject I would certainly prefer to have you see him here than to be going where he is I made his acquaintance at the ball game this morning I shall ask him to calVJf you lakeI dont think I want him to call she said nervously Why not he asked In feigned surprise I dont know just why she said doubtfully I made Inquiries about him and find that he is a respectable indus trious fellow Ill ask him to come up after dinner tonight I want to see him anyway and figure on a sailboat party for next week He telephoned to the resort and Jack promised to call at eight oclock that night When he was admitted by the maid Edithand Ned were In the liBrary Edith looked at him and turned away from Neds dancing eyes Jack wore bright tan shoes plaid socks light trousers a gaudy waistcoat a gorgeous tie a watch chain with a multiplicity of dangling charms a large pin in his tie and an organiza tion emblem In his lapel He seemed perfectly at ease however much more so than his hostess And he blithely Ignored all the rules of Eng dish After half an hour Ned consid ered from his sisters countenance that the lesson had been learned Now Berdan he said lets figure on getting that biggest boat of yours up through the chain of lakes Then If you want to talk business I may be excused said Edith hastily leaving the room Present her brother called to her Our caller had to depart he said gravely He had only two hours leave By the way Edith he con fided In me that he had a girla dandy g Ilhe said Ned she said tears of mortlfica tion in her eyes he looks so different in a boat That is true He should stay In one But did you know thatTomre turned today May I telephone and ask him to come up tonight He wont come she said hope lessly Lets see he replied going to the telephone After a moments conversation he handed her the rece ver Tom wants to spuak to you Edith he said leaving the room Two L sses TIttsworth Hello old man Whats the trouble You look as if you hart just come from a bl aing factory SkinnerI feel tl at way top Ivt just lost 525 TittsworthLost tY How 7 Skinner The quarter droppec through a hole in my pocuet and I le rIt J ESSENTIAL FEATURE OF CONSTRUCTING SELFFEEDER Arranged in ByMeansTrack From Barn Cross z Section of Self Feeder The flltrtftitlon given herewith shows a cross section rot the selffeed er giving the essential features of Its construction It Is so arranged that the feed can bo conveyed by means ot- a feed carrier on a suspended track from the barn to the feeder into which the feed is dumped The track Is sim liar to those used for hay carriers and is shown at paint T The rectangular frame which IS 5 feet wide and 10 feet high is constructed of 4x4 material This serves as a frame for the feeder 1 FARM GATE MADE FROM AXLE The accompanying illustration shows a gate from an old axle and a couple of hubs Sink one hub Into the ground and fasten the other to the top of fence post wih an Iron strap says a writer In American Agriculturist Build the body of the gate on the axle Place the lower end in hub first then insert the top in the upper hub Grease the axle from time to time By sink Ing a large rock in groundand running SMALL HOGSIN Art of Making Good SweetHams Properly Balanced With Fat and Lean Fast SUpping Away From Us By S C MILLER Theart of making good sweet hams properly balanced jvvith fat and lean and cured to a tu n i fast slipping away from us herelin America The oldtime southern planter neyer bred hogs for fat and rarely cured an animal for their own use that weighed over 175 pounds These men bred the long lean ani mals which were fattened on meal and clover Because not a great deal of corn is raised in the sout jahd the result was an ideal ham ind bacon hog In the great corn belt fajrmers are disposed to breed and feed Ol be cause they are not satisfied toImarket a 175 pound hog at Christmas time when they can Just as well bring him up to 3001 pounds A 300pound log does not make good hams They are coarse and con ain a large amount of fat which the packers trim off in order to bring the size down to the popular demand People want ams from hogs that weigh from 125 to 150 pounds and they cannot be fl ceived by hams from a 300pound hog with the fat trimmed off The ronsumpt on of hams In this country Is steadily falling off for this as well as a support for the track It will be noticed from the cut that the Din is but 16 inches wide at the open ing and this opening is 6 inches high This construction seems necessary in order to enable the cattle to work the feed out as needed and to prevent clog ging The studding which Is2x4Inch material are placed four feet apart inside the bin and serve as supports to the sides Other than these points the feeder Is not essentially different from those commonly in use a wire from It to fence post an excellent anchorage Is secured Annual Honey Crop The annual honey crop of Maryland Is 1000000 pounds which Is an aver age of only 20 pounds to each hive df dfMarylandproduction of each swarm should be from 75 to 100 pounds reason and further because a ham cured In the average packing house Is anything but ideal food The small or middle sized Berkshire makes a good ham although there is hogisalthoughhocorn He thrives In clover and If ale lowed to run in fields of sweet peas rape and alfalfa produces the sweet est and best balanced hog meat that is known The Tamworth is particularly fond of raw potatoes pumpkins and roots of all kinds to which the average type of hog is not partial During the past few years a very large trade In American hams has sprung up In Europe particularly in England The consumer over there demands a small ham and bur Amen can packers are endeavoring to educate farmers to the idea of curing hogs that will average around 150 pounds Matured hogs that will weigh UPS are even more eagerly souglt Produced Much Honey Miss E Candler of Cassvillij Wis consin has the largest surplus of sweetness of all the girls In that state She produced and marketed 13000 pounds of honey last season This big crop TAis the output of 300 colonies of bees and Miss Candler did with her own hands practically all the work Tobacco in Missouri Missouri produNad lust year more than half million pounds of tobacco worth 12 cents per pound J JT The Handy Remedy for Eruption Caused by Poison Ivy or Wood Poison Is Reslnol Ointment 1 have used Resinol Salve for sev eral years I was badly broken out IvyThetor recommended ResInol It did Its work fine Being subject to wood poi son I now keep a jar of Reslnol on hadllkeMr Adee In Europe Second Assistant Secretary Adee of the state department is on his annual Vacation In Europe In Company with Mr Thackera United States consul general at Berlin and Mrs Thackera he will devote about six weeks to a bicycle tour of southern France He expects to return Ho Washington about the middle of June thanfictionmarried and live happily ever after A Pleasing Sense of Health and Strength Renewed and of Ease and Comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as it acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cleans ing the system effectually when con stipated or bilious and dispels colds and headaches alwaysbuythe California Fig Syrup Co W L DOUGLAS 1 SHOES 5 S4 S35O 3 25O dtS2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS Millions of men wear W L Douglas shoes aUse they are the low tat prices quality con worIMadebet leathers by the most skilled workmen U all the latest fashions W L Douglas 500 equalCustom 8001BoysShoes 11fTakeAkyourclealertorW L laaehoeeIfnot showingfactory deUrertd free WIDocghu Stockton li20IS SCHOOL AT HOME Educate Your Child Under the direction of CALVERT SCHOOL Inc Ettablitked z8o7 A unique system bymena of which children from dx to age may be educated at hometwelve teacher or averneuesaecordingtothebut modern method obschool with anttonalnpnttionfortminLng7ounglc- hildren now a ono and for the fall term Write for Information T lltkdautcr OiMSt Ddtlaon std WHAT WE CAN SAVE ON ANY BUGGY or Top Runabouts Pony Carts and Write for Prices BUOB Ie SCHEU CO 1400 Court and Broadway Cincinnati Ohio YOU OAN STOP Friend Buggies Surries Vehicles Wagons fromDRINKING write me and I will tell you the method eitherwithOrtryhavenerer heard of a caio where It felled Address DearboraStreet Hoods 1 SarsaparillaCures eruptions clears the complex v ion creates an appetite aids digestion relieves that tired feeling gives vigor ind vim Get It tody Inusuatfq fd form er tablets CdIledS atansy 100 Doses SI WESTERN cANADA Senator DoIHvcr of Iowa says 2Jke tMeeCanada paidIajlandhnnterlotThere Ili of speaking peo t this wllIaocoan for the ot so mealIowa lumen to Canada rare pleased with Us GoveroBent and adarirrlarArJsadtheywacontrlbutedJarto tho 70000 Ameri CanadaCS aloaodurtnCTearadded of the country upwards off 17000000000ftnt cattle raising and dairylar are all profitable Free Home steads of 16O acres are to behad In the very but district 100 acre preemptiona at areM5cboola aaubnhtdiDIor particnlars as to location low settlers rsUwa rate and descrip ernitfggovprameatiAaeat WiLLIAMSa OWe i Useaddrersearetyoa ft 1Awill aditopcto Ytpocb d d eummwThee sit csaChaiiwlCatker iteeatil cnomeFurrafcurecspe Six AFREEBOOKLErfor7laaaiti g clogs alone for 5O veeavm The3 Ncl k cottpluglnci The andeatverr te1e Folks trtAfor a Dime Why spend a dollar when 10o buys a box of CASGARETS at any drugstore v- as directed et the natural easy result Saves many dollars goofed on fflcdi xav that do not cure Millions regularly use CASGARBTS Buy a box 110710 weeks treatment proof inI the Bora ia oasV CASCARBTS yon a boX for a weeks treatment all druggists Biggest seller the world a msmtk OutDclean them off permanently Work the horse wne hoea IJwm blister ot remove the hairbottle Book 4 E free JR for mankind nand bottle Reduces Varicose Verne RnpturedMnsclotquickly Your druggist can supply and Kirerefer bTw 1I PI U M remedies desired fiabltTrostNrBrae hue failed specially DIa a sows wrtixvraat W I HTCn MEN AND WOMEN for quick at asEvetodayp18CHGY01D Ink t LooomoterAtomi f YAIIJCongttr910 AdvleqDr ftj W N U CINCINNATI NO 211S10 Glorious Colorado I No one can say he has seen the world until he has seen Colorado Write for the books that picture find describe it f Electric block siWlaIsdining car meals and servIce Jest ill the Woddi t via the v Union Pacifiigf uThe Safe Road JIlAsk about our personally conducted tours to Yellowstone Nttiwwl Park For full information tickets etc address j E L LOMAXG P A 1 v Union Pacific RR Co 1 Omaha Nebraska 4 rit r 11 l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN wEt NEstt M12S i 9 Ito i I We have for you 44SUNSHINE I FINISHES IWIllBRIGHTEN WORN FURNITURE FLOORS 11 AND FIXTURES AAJA tr Prt LilfleSlJNSIINE tYlrJll ADDS A RICH DURABLE FINISH TO WOOD AND METAL fAST TO APPLY ASK FOR HANDSOME FOLDER SHOWING THE ACTUAL COLORS AND I GIVING SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE LEO HAYDON Springfield Ky ooooooocooo po c o rrsx c NOBLE DENMARK t Red Sorrel lof hands high four years old and S t sound Sired chantbatStatecolt defeating Iff others She is also the dam of the sensational show t filly 0 weanlmgNoblegood feet and legs and an up todate show horse both in harness and under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and pos sesses all theair 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 son of 1910 at 20 to Insure a Living Colt seaI CHESTNUT DAREChestnut Dare is well known to the people of this and adjoining stdlhqdsownetiorcolts have sold at high prices He will make the season at 15 to Insure a Colt HACKNEYBOi Hackney Boy sorrel 16 hands high sired by County Member first O producegobdb10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure Living Colt tares traded off partedwith ot bred to another horse or jack Vonmbney ts p ares pastured at 200 per month Ydur patronage solicited seaIic B B LEACHMAN ooooooeiooooeooocxxdccooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooq Of RED BIRD 1956Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Cabells Lexington No better breed thisJF 4 t him He will serve only 20 mares t 3O to Insure a Iviving Colt tl q RED BIRD JrA very handsome Brown horse 16 hands high and can do just a little more than anybodys horse about here either in harness or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is GeorgeWilkest 15 to Insure a Living Colt JlflckofDiarnondsIA Grand Young lack at 10 His bonk is full but come and see him You may want to breed to him another year He is by Kings Giant and his first dam is by son of Brignplia and hissecond dam is by old Napoleon The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at I j H Thurmans farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at 3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUNDAY THURMAN PETERSoo- ooooqooooooooooooooocOOOOOOOObOfcOCOOOGQGGOOOOQO SAVE YOUR FOWLS BbIIeIl Fesfry Cure is recogalzed as the standard poultry remedy of tho world It Is the one remedy that can be depended on wIth absolute certainty to cure and prevent Roupllmbcrncck of poultry dig eases A few drops In the drinking wager keeps fowls healthy and medtclnForthe I I Bourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL W W toftHopltinsvi11e Xy says I rai 12dlickens foraea an and IIMrs Poultry Careisthemostsaasfaoryremedy ever used J Manufactured odtrt r PP ClaypariKTI IlIfr them Bourbon arsIILaltTerI cure for Cholera and Bourbon Remedy Coe Incorporated I rinotnn Ky tL S A At All Leading DruQeints 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Fre- efor ti sale by KAYDON I ROBERTSON Druggists r l 01l 1CAROWELL Farmers are setting tobacco at pre s ent some are not ready yeti and plants c3are small to Mr and Mrs Si P Whit- op hoyGraham wereIn Shelb vine last week on business Holiday Mstersbought of Graham pIhim with a 10lb daughter on Sunday morning May 15th Both mother and child are doing wellW CkinsWSi TaturnandClarathe baby was a dandy fine girl Moth ing like having plenty ot company when are Sick Come again all of you Graham Perkins bought of L Ma- ters 1 mare for 110 1 mare from C jRaneyJHolidayof Danville 1 bay horse for 165 Graham Perkins sold to John Mon trowl 1 mare for 125TE G Holiday sheep and 1 car of hogs to Loutsiil this week A touch of rheumatism or a neuralgia whatever the twingeS awaytheplaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all druggists PERRYVILLE Fred Webb of Louisville is visits relatives here GeorgeSJIlith recovermgfromMiss Sara Scott of Jesam county is visiting her many friends here D JrE Caldwell and wife of Parks vllle visited friends here last week spentSundayMrs Mary Ellen Dorsev of as is the guest of Mrs Woodson Ar nold hisiillness Rev Milton Clark of Indiana will preach at the Baptist church the fifth Sundayi andIRollie Guthrie of Gethsemane is v iting his parents Mr and Mrs Dick Guthrie Mrs Sadie Young of Madisonvilfe 0 has been the guest of her sister Mrs James Hunter Walter Martin and family are ing their parents Mr and Mrs dons at Rose Hill hO1IIMrs JOHn Harris has returned to home in Danville alter a visit to her1 mother Mrs Louise Hughes toIN familyMisses Elizabeth atIon a unday W W Hatchett wife and children were the of Otho Hatchett and wife at Springfield several days last week Miss Lula Kern in compauy with Mrs E B Moore of Parksville will lave for Europe in about three weeks They expect to beygone about two months and will make a tour of Holland and hbeena in Berlin will accompany them ho meed t Beware of Ointments for La arrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sen of smell and completely derange t whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articl should never be used except on physiciansthe as to the good you can possibly derive from manufacIinternally acting directly upon systemsure you get the genuine It is taken tFSold by druggists Price 75c per bot Tate Halls Family Pills for confti pation DEEP CREEK Mr and Mrs Geo Elliott entertained as their guests last Wednesday Mr and Mrs W C Arnold Mrs FranCS Arnold and Mrs Mattie Elliott Miss Maggie Coyle spent last we k with her brother Oda Coyle Miss Lillie May Coyle of Long Rtlnvespent last week with her brother tin Coyle Mr and Mrs Martin Coyle entertain andMrsthrubbertired140 Misses Katie and Blanch Carpenter- spent last Monday night with their aunt Katie Coyle Miss Georgie Cocanougher spent last Friday night and Saturday with her brother W D Cocanougher A Itctufe on Foreign Missions was RevIMr and Mrs James Best of Long Run spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs George ElliottplSypondentdav shopping Mrs Emma McNally spent last wee with Mrs Mattie Harmon SaraNicholsshopping We are haying nice Sunday schoql at mornngEverybody jTabletssweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite They promote the o gastric juice thereby inducing good di gestion Sold by all druggists eWhen Teddys Back adYFrom the wilds of darkest Africa rom Egypts ancient land rom Frances sunny hilltops Een from the Vatican rumblingsWhats TeddyHaving Our Teddy hes out tavisitingNot carrying his big sticks talkingEveryHes a gentleman a scholar And they give him loud acclaim receptionWhen You talk about your July Fourth Decoration Pay and such they will not be a marker the City of the Dutch hen in rosy June the ship they see omes steaming past Miss Liberty And on the deck a well known face graceThen k sure raisethe roofwhen Ted ledys back UNCLE BILLY The splendid work of Chamberlains and Liver Tablets is daily com ing to light No such grand remedy liver and bowel troubles was ever kno before Thousands bless them for c ing constipation sick headache bilio ness jaundice and indigestion Sold by all druggists ngFarm and Stock The man Who always talks to his horse as if it were a man will never talk to any man as if he were a btu Wheat bran crushed egg shells c bone broken mortar and oyster she lls are fine for making eggs with good solid shells xBed sweet potatoes in the hot bed for sprouts to set out in the end of t shhofo be hardened off as soon as they are large enough in the meantime being kept growing steadily but not drawn nto spindling plants A stout stocky needednddiECOUragiis en stunted grow well It is like starting a freight train it takes more fuel and time than it does to keep it going Push from the start sheonled eggs to yourself Wh erehas am I falling to give them the f they need Dont be satisfied until yon can answer that question Almost always it is due to a lack of shellmak ing material The fall litter should come in early September if possible therefore t sows should be breed in May Not Sorry For Blunder If my friends hadnt blundered flitnk consumptionD T Sanders of Harrodsburg attempttoDiscoveryThestopped the cough and I am now in bet yearsThisremedy fdf coughs colds lagrip a crop hemorrhages whoops or weak lungs 50c and 11 tTrial bottle free Guaranteed by HPay don Robertson druggists WhyhePsWe often wonder why it is that many young men can be seen loafing upon the streets until a late hour of night Many of them are tram the best of homes The fathers of these yoijng men many ot them at least are num thYssir or ite dog was away from home after do they would be out on a search but th sirfor own children can roam the town all night with apparently no effort bei made to find them The seems be turned loose at a tendera to wane Sampli Helps Frail Womeni Is many women are ottl dircstiveor circulation nervousness and the rge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the womans own fault The first thing to do Is to look to the troubleusuallyat a large percen e of women artbitually constipated sad from this reo suits Uon piles weariness etc CLButyouvepe utttymUd laxative tonic like Dr Caldwelllr willfindthemselves wlUIandeasanttastingrup Pepsinj andkwomen x111hfNtrJmemberyoungest child but if you have never SCoxand Mrs Ellen Dungan Muncle Ind and send to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bot yourselfWhat UhDr Caldweli personally will be pleased maydesirethe stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case in a IpdetallForname and address on a postal card or doctorsdressbuilding Monticello Ill For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore der at win into the paths of sin and vice and then we wonder where all our tramps and worthless specimens of hu manity come from It is a regrettable ct that too many of them come from seed sown in good homes and then sown in a careless manner in our streets and alleys Reader is your boy wasting his time upon our streets If so would you not better at least look after him Wetgreater extent here than in other towns bnt the evil seems universal and increases as the years roll by The Sun and CourierJcfurnal i1 50 The Springfield Sun ILOO per year SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN patronsw of discontinuua Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge oaufand9tberfatnId for or rent not included but ii atvenins but the above mentionod will be run free J A Tucker Rt 1 has for sale calfutGrundyOrphanage E L Dayison Springfield has sale cheap a second hand low iron whe wagqn with platform bed hen B Cregor Lebanon Rt 3 has for sale a 5 year old work mule uldJas W Black has for sale one Polan China Boar 1t 1 Box59Vanarsdell Ky Dr John Ueboe Kt 4 has has for sale a good cow and calf Ben Dr Clements Rt 2 has for sale 500 bushels of corn Mrs Wm Jeffries Rt 3 has f sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs l5 for 50c Also Indian Runner Duck eggs 13 for 50c J K Walls has for sale 800 bushels of corn in the year Mrs A L Litsey Willisburg Rt 1 for sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 16oodP M Howard Rt 4 has for sale 2forsalelotsC N Willett Rt 2 hakfor sale heSingle Comb Brown Leghon eggs Forb strain first pen header by Teddy ton 150 her setting of 15 2ond pen 1 per setting Both pens are headed prize winners saleBlack salemotfor 15 saleSfor 15 frojm yard 50c Grundy Home Rt 2 has forsale two refnqer setting of 15 Premium Stock Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 6 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell OrphsoLoyd Haydon Jr has for sale Pure settmgfoMrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode 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