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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jm r s t 1 m Ptl T ttg 1tIb f UU i IJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 0 1 0 J VOLUME VI SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 11910 4 MYMREII l3i ICIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS Rod Johnson Acquitted Holiday Trial Progressing The chase of the Commonwealth vs Rod Johnson charged with the killing of John Kimberlin was tried in Circuit i Court last week and resulted in a yerIdict of not guilty The trial occupied part of two days and the verdict was rot a great surprise as there was only one witness wno connected the defend ant with the killing and his evidence benessestense It wilf be remembered that Kimber lin was killed at a negro dance last February Joe Reed and Rod Johnson were arrested and charged with the killing At the last term of Court Joe Reed was found guilty land given five years in the penitentiary His case was appealed and is now before the Court of Appeals lt Ikillingthe disturbance The jury was out on Jy about two hours before arriving at ia verdict Commonwealths Attorney Hill and County Attorney Mayes conducted the prosecution and W F fense Joe Polin and Sylvester Russell the deI 3 The case ofjthe Commonwealth vs Erastus Holiday charged with murder in lag Thos Ward last November was called m Circuit Court yesterday and the following jury selected to tryitu cuSrence PS Barber Hugh Goat1yCf arksbury R L Brady Will Fitzger s Od Joe Campbell Dan Kelly J A Medley and W B Ballard The opening statement for the Commonwealth was made by Mr Hill and for the de fence by Mr McChord after which thea taking of testimony was begun About fifteen witnesses were examined for the prosecution their testimony consuming the afternoon and most of the night session The defendant himself was the only witness examined for the defense last night The theory of the prosecution as gathered from the evidence yesterday is thatniolliday spot Ward with but very little if any provocation and during a scrimmage in which one man was equally as able as the other to take care of himself and in which Ward was not armed while the contention of the defense is that on the day of the killing Ward r as drinking and quarrelsome and attacked the defendant who in order to sae his life shot and killed ase will probably go to the jury WardI today and the result of the deliberations ek willbe reported d A trial which has occasioned consid erable interest and which consumed two da s in vs Frank prKeenefrom Keene in the early part of 1909 which he claimeu Keene warranted to fee sound but which later lost its eye fcp ht which caused it to become almost valueless Keene denied the warranty and plead that the detective eyesight r Was caused by lack of attention on the part of its owner The case was fou o antd for the defendant by attorneys McCho- rand Mayes and resultad in a hung jury eight voting for the defendant and fou- x for the plaintiff MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA t skms Sufferers Drop Greasy i Salves and Nasty Medicines rThat mild soothmg liquid DD D witCthe first drop A Prescription of ack P tnowledaed value r Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take- awayr the itch right away and you will sleep soundly V e assure you person ally of the merits of this remedy for we KNOW Haydon Robertson Our Bloody fourth The following extract is from a pap J befodeadFederthea 1Jf Womens Clubs at Frankfort the In FourthubectEngland France Germany Swit zerland Sweden and other European countries the great national holidayss are without exception marked by san- itY and order and yet by true patriot ism and joy while our method of cele brating our natal day has won for it such suggestive epithets as Our Bloody Fourth Our Carnival of Lockjaw Our hi dern MnSSl oftheInp c nts etc Some one has said that the grim statistics of our Fourth of July noise tests probably tarnish a sadder commentary on human folly than that af forded by shy other celebration in the world To eradicate from the minds ot our boys and girls this base idea of patriot ismto encourage the forward instead of the backward lookturning their at Iom the old past with its wars and divisions to the new future with its peace and fraternity should I think the chief object sought in our Inde nce day celebrations The new ideal of the Twentieth century is peace and Ifwe nope to lead the world on its o speedy realization we must leave the dead past to bury its dead it BEN JOHNSON IN LOUISVILLE Opens Headquarters and Begins Gubernatorial Campaign Congressman Ben Johnson of the Fourth District of Kentucky reached Louisville Wednesday night from Wash gton for an indefinite stay Congressman JOhn Ons headquarters room 50 The Old Inn were crowded all morn with State politicians who were dis ssing with Mr Jonnson his candidacy the gubernatorial nomination He that he knew of nothing new of a political nature He is oat to win th- race for the Democratic nomination fd Governor and has taken time by the forelock in establishing headquarters d placing J Rogers Gore in chargeI Aside from conducting his race for the governorship nomination he will soon be busily engaged in a campaign for re election to Congress Mrs Johnson visited Bardstown last week and was most enthusiasticallyre ceived by the citizens of his home town That his candidacy for the gubernatorial nomination is certain seems to be borne out by reports from all over the State and that his election will follow would be but a fair prediction Leavell Walsh MsS Mary Leavell and Mr George Walsh were married at the Seelbach hotel in Louisville this afternoon at 2I oclock and left immediately after the ceremony for an automobile tour which will last until the latter part of September when they will go to San Salr vador to make their homerMrs Walsh is a sister of Mrs Matt Mayes where she has visited for sever eral months and while here sly ha made many friends Mr Walsh is a ominent civil engineer Mr and Mrs Mayes accompanied them to Louisville this morning in Mr Walshs auto to attend the ceremony Verdict Affirmed News was received here this morning CourtAppeals hudaffirmed thde cave vs the ommunwea th considersrsome time R ed was tried an d convicted at the last term of Circuit Court and given five years in the Pen tentiary An appeal was itnmediatel taken by Reed andhas since then been pending New Wagonette The Central Kentucky Carriage Co bailhd ban Home of Springfield Ky It will cost approximately 350 and will one e of the finest in the State The fact that this work is to be done by tlis firm is an assurance that it will be well done as there is no company in Ke tucky that turns out a higher grade of workmanship than does the local firm Danville Messenger Banks On Sure Thing Now Ill never be without Dr Kiuga New Schingeccrak r ed me of chronic constipation when all others failed Bilious HeaachChills e Lt Haydon Robertson I BAD BLOW Tp SHEEP INDUSTRY All Kentucky Sheep lobe Shipped Out of the State Must Be ilT Dipped in Louisville Frankfort Ky May 19The U S Department of Agriculture has sent to the State Department the following or der You are informed that amendment 4 ton A L order 149 which places a sheeponprovides that all dipping required un der the regulations that all sheep mayI be moved interstate shall be done atI points where Federal inspection ismami tained Louisville is at present the only place in the State where dipping facilities are available and bureau in specters stationed but if proper yard ing and dipping facilities should be in stalled at other points the Secretary o Agriculture will no doubt consider the advisability of maintaining inspectors at such places for the purpose of inspec ting and dipping sheep for the convenience ot shippers Sheep intended for interstate move ments as the result of being dipped must be accompanied by a certificate signed by an inspector of this bureau showing the date and manner in which the work was performed as well as other necessary data Bureau supervision of the dipping of the sheep is supplied without expense to the owner This means that all sheep must be sent to Louisville for dipping before they1 can be Sent out of the State and pStatelountyrThe lamp in Mr Ben Vivions chick brooder near Ebenezer church exploded a few days ago and fried sev entyfive of his best fowls The light from the burning brooder was seen allover the neighborhood but no one mis took it for the tail ot the comet Mrs Mary McDowell Lowndes own er of the beautiful Edna Mae whit has attained an almost worldwide reputation as a saddle mare will shortly establish a stock farm in Boyle count that will doubtless make her the most noted breeder of fine saddle and harness horses of any woman on the globe for she will have on the farm some of the most noted brood mares that ever graced a show ring The farm will be managed by Joe McDowell Jr S T Elliott brought to this office last closelyInumerous cells are neatly cappedas ansd their mechanism bespoke the ingenuity of the masterbuilder In appearance- it was a humblebees nest in stone Eight or ten of the eastern capital ists who are interested in constructing the roposcd Jam utKennedysmill or Dix river were at that point and Saturday looking into the FridayI Evidently they were well engineerdnext ten days It is estimated that 1tIwilla visthors were guests of Mr Kennedy Mr and Mrs Tom Chatham enter tained Tuespay at their home on Dry Branch in honor of the fortieth anniversary of the marriage of Mrs Chat hams parents Mr and Mrs David Ad 1andcounty who were attendants at the wedding of Mr and Mrs Adams forty I eachnother since that time and on Tuesday thev went into the dining room together as they lid after the ceremony in the long ag6 Herald If you are not satisfied after according to direction twothirds usingI bottle of Chamberlains Stomach Liyer Tablets you can have your money back The Tablets cleanse and vigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give Druggists them a trial and get well Sold by All a 1 r PARTIALLY SOLVED Is The Mystery of Alma Kellners Disappearance by The Find ing Of Her Dead Body The mystery surrounding the fate ofI Alma Kellner who disappeared trom home laslf December was partially discoverty s School in Louisville which has identified as that of the jnissing The body was found by a plumber hiJdj was at work in the vault and greatly decompo ed as to render identification impossible had it not been for tooth a shoe arid pieces of clothing When the body was thrown in the vault it had been covered with fluick lime and earth in brder to hasten dscomposition and hide the crime of the murderer mlirderefr s on Joseph Wendling whoiwasjamtor of eurIanceville and several rewards have been offered for the arrest and conviction of the murderer1BITUARY On Friday last the 27th inst Mrs Katherine Taylor Linton an aged and widely esteemed resident of Washington county died at hernbme here from the infirmities lricidentJ1 to old age he was born in 1830 andj had lived all er long life in this county She wa married to Mr Linton and became the mother of ten children only three cf whom survive Edgar Alice and Alre R L Montgomery Funeral services l were held Sunday at the Bapttst church the pastor Rev Wl H jWilliams office ating Interment in leasant Grov cemetery Mrs T P Bryan of th Springfield hotel is a co sin of the de ceased How to Curetczema DandruffhWe desire to say that when we took the agency for IZEMO we were convin red that it was a valuable remedy fo Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we mast frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue the agen cy as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended f Our custom ers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use ZEMOeffects its cutes by drawin to the surfaceof the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the dis ease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing o linen and can be used freely on infants J With every purchase we give abookf let on skin diseases m simple words explaining how any person can be cure at home of any form of skin or seal diseases by this clean scientific reme dy Leo Hayflon Druggist 50 Deserves a Medal If the Falcon had at its disposal th distribution of medals given by Andre Carnegie fjrdeeds of heroism there is little boy living near Lebanon on who we would undoubtedly bestow one He is Monroe Abell the little sixyear son d of Mr and Mrs Lum Abell who live a short distance from town on the Bradfordsville pike Running through Mr Abells land branch and owing to the constant rams of late all water courses have been con weelk were brancIi flntotendervearffrealized the danger and the necessity of quick action and al though he took the risk of losing hisI own life he jumped from the bridge and after a hard struggle succeeded i holding the childs head above the water until their cries brought Mrs Abell tb the scene Few children of this little boys age would have possessed the presence of mind that he displayed off this occasion and for that reason The Falcon would vote him a Carnegie me alLebanonJFalcon 10000 VISITORS H TOMORROW Expected in Frankfort at Capitol Dedication Frankfort Ky May 23 Reports received at Frankfort by those in charge of the dedication of the Capitol on leasst d 3 persons 1wjllcome to Frankfort from Louisville alone on that day and the Louisville and Nashville railroad will be taxed to its utmost to provide cars to haul the passengers who are coming to Frankfort from other points theacecording to McKenzie R Todd State Inspdctor and Examiner who is one of the prime workers for the success o the dedication that there will be 10000t visit rs in Frankfort June 2and n thetbggcity rGrow Watermelons sif some of our farmers or truck gar deners want to be strictly iu the swfule this summer with a business that will pay let them get busy and prepare at once to grow a fine large patch of lus cious watermelons and canteloupes The fruit crop generally is short and no trygg is a rowingareadysale at good prices will be found for them Give the watermelon yourr us e rsuChamberlains Cough Remedy is sdl on a guarantee that if you are notsatis bottlePbe refunded It is up to you to try Sold by All Druggists all Round Trip TO IImIReturning Leave Louisville 600 p m BASE BALL GameLOlllSVILLE vs MILWAUKEE Or spend the bay at the Beautiful r FONTAINEFERRY PARK orb RIVERVIEW PARK 1 UNVEILING OF I IdlMrs Ben Johnsons Tribute tj ffthe Intrepid Pioneer rAt the ceremonies attending the un Yelling of the recently restored testimo nial to Daniel Boone the State Regentlr Johnsong io History has many heroes whose re7own has awakened our enthusiasm vi men who united in their character theofmost daring courage with the gentlest J personality the most obstinate endur j rt ante with extreme selfsacri ce I y refernence a man whose heroic efforts awaken the adroiration and thrill the hearts of every Kentuckian young and 7J old as does the story ot Daniel Boone who for more than fifty years led the 0 pioneers of civilization trom the slopes of the Alleghanies across the waters the Mississippi to the base of the Rocky Moo ntatnacHis hopes and his ambitions were centered in the untamed wilderness + He said in his narrative he esteemed Kentucky a second paradise But cir f cumstances forced him to leave the x country ot his choice to become a resi dent of Missouri He faced death a thousand times in all its forms in order to make a home for those who in after u years would not share with him their i acres Hence it is fitting that KenTy tucky afford him all honor and most beautiful that this testimonial today should be the result of the efforts ptthe y Daughters of the American Revolution whose chapter bears the name of the fDaughtersChapter our State Regent congratu hates you and is proud to be privileged to unite with you in paying tribute to the memory of the intrepid DanielBoone eDecoratir n Day i i afp t the coun and honor paid the dead soldiers by beautiful fragrant flowers upon t fieldland more would have gone head they notr been deterred by nosiness m Circuit Court Speeches were made by ProtiColvin John Polin Ben E Simms slidF Ricketts Boulware all of which were and well received Aside from the speech making there were songs andk recitations tThe attendance at Willisfaurg vat ialso large many making it conyenieiii togo from one place to the other A freak Radish cMr Ed M Russell handed us this week a very remarkable specimen ofa Mr Russell does not claim the J nadCliff Greens good and skillful work The radish looks like a decapitated perry 4 son The body is rather short and onJarm is longer than theother but taken in all it is about as graceful as figures one sees Anyone who wouldM eat it would certainly be more 01 less illguilty of cannibalism v The Irony of fate it tJ The contest between CongressmeiiffH Edwards and Caleb Powers in the Eleventh district is developing mush bitterness Charles Finley the return ed fugitive who was pardoned by GW Willson along with Powers made aJ t speech for Powers at Somerset xMoiiday and in speaking of his escape to Ebr dianapolis while a tugitive from justice made the declaration that had t6Goy ernor of the State of Indiana Gov Beckhamsrequisition for the re turn ot Taylor and himself ihjL officers sent to execute the papers would hara been strung to tie nearest pole TIM greatest mistake of Gov Wil8oasVjM t ministration and one that good citiMMv will never forget was pardoning fbjkgang under indictment for the murder r of one of his predecessors in the offke of Governor Ends Winter Troiibles To winter is a season of trouble The frostbitten toes and fingers chapped hands arid hp c cold sores red andrOUlith skibaothis Bnt such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trwl vjvinces Grex t healer of Burns lk3oi Piles Cuts Song EczemalindS WOnlyr The Springfield Sun i V H L SMiTH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY It costs nothing to go joy riding on hot air wagon Instead of belling the cats they should be trained to an exclusive spar row diet The police in Chicago will watch the bathing costumes They will not be alone in the work It is time that rich Americans foreignforgers That oyster with 64 pearls was a great improvement over the one with lOQOOOO typhoid germs The big fish stories are coming in The rain of frogs in northern Indiana is scheduled for an early date Cotton flour and alfalfa biscuits are preparing to oust wheat from its stronghold in the human stomach A London barber has written a play teAl ed The Ravens Cry When did those torturers start shaving ravens A Utica womans neck was broken by a hug Cupids fatalities will soon Ike numbered with those of football A strange thing about the war of the tongs Is that there apparently are as many Chinamen in this country as ever The winter of our discontent being over we will now begin to figure out how much new fishing tackle we shall feeed Seventy sin thousand farmers now town automobiles Revival of the back to the farm outcry Is now part ay explained We respectfully call to the weather bureaus attention the fact that the ice harvest was completed during tht regular winter months smoketlgarettes tThe man or movement that keeps jtn the middle of the road and is not turned to the right or left by fads or JoUles is pretty sure of success Dead men may tell no tales but some defunct chickens would if they bore upon their pallid skins the date when they went Into cold storage Those Servian princes who have given out that they do not desire rich American brides omit to state what figure they consider as affluence Chicago hotels for transients have become lovely and luxurious but you real Chicagoan will refuse to becom- atransient merely for that reason Alaskas latest gold field is yielding 25 a pan Still look at the record made by any girl who catches a mil Bonaire husband with her chafing dish A swarm of bees broke up a ball game in California the other day and drove all the spectators from th grandstand One of the remarkable features of the incident was that the bees never touched the umpire Spain has advised Ecuador and Peru not to fight The advice might well be extended to all Central and South American republics no matter whether they happen to be fighting or preparing to fight Just now or not A Pennsylvania man remembered d his wife in his Willand also the wido next door dividing his property b tween them but stipulating that if either started a quarrel her share goe to the other The vaunted wisdom o Solomon could have gone no further than this r A Baltimore man wants a divorce because his wife loves him so much that her caresses and words of en lent bore him It is hoped that thiis as a af tha man Is that he doesnt bulk very charge as a lord of creation A New York paper manufacturer zays that his company gets old rope rom all parts of the world and that VoDOO tons of it were manufactured inlet paper in this country last year This will surprise thoso who had thou jht that the only use for old rbpe was i v making campaign dears Acct wing to experts government seeds are getting better No longer do cucumber vices come up when sq rashes were expected and no longer di yes the beet make Its appearance whe 9 the carrot was looked for It Is safe now to plant government corn with tat getting barley or oats and Uncle Bnas grass teed no longer produces wi leds This will be welcome news to the to who go to congressmen for their see te but still the best is to go to a good seedsman and sure your sec is will tie alt right Philadelphia surgeons are accused of having condui ted cruel experiments on helpless orph m babes Can nothing b good come frtn Philadelphia That German cc obler who set the world laughing by a piece of spectac- lar crookedness was deported fro Ellis Island where the ifficfalg Cann take a joke According to a Missoxrf court yore a guilty of contributory jiellgence If you go near a mule Just as you would be if you pcundciJ nails With t stick of dynamite v r KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH WANTS BETTER DRAINAGE State Board of Health Will Meet with Kentucky Distillers Frankfort KYThe distillers of withtilemiddle of July in this city for the pur pose of considering a means of draining the cattle pens at the distilleries so that they will not pollute the streams upon which they are located Practically every distillery in the state is located on some river or creek and near some river so that the drainage from the cattle pens pollutes the water kills the fish and endangers the health of the residents along the river banks p Dr John G South of this citjy a member Of the state board is taking an active part in bringing about this meeting as he has laid down the law in this county and does not want to impose a hardship on any distilleries if It can be avoided MOTHER ENDS LIFE i Glasgow Woman Commits Suicide After Kissing Children GoodNight Glasgow KyrAfter kissing her three children goodnight and tucking them in bed for the last time Mrs Danielscommittedswallowing carbolic acid The hus band was at Powder Mills Hart county on business and the mother was alone with her children After the children retired the moth er drank the poison Physicians work eftortsspeaking Ltr NERVY PPRSE SNATCHER Woman Returning from Church Re lieved of Valuables Louisville KyA nervy snatcher robbed Mrs E WMarriott before she had fairly reached the street on leaving church services at Fourth and Broadway Mrs Marrlo t did not scream but wheo reached an ally and disappeared The woman oweercaught hold of his coat tail she plunged into the alley but was thrown gIn purse contained money and jewelsi WHOLESALE GROCERS MEETING thes President D B Bethard of the Na tional AssociatIon of Wholesale Grocers declared inn his reportTto the con vention that tie wholesalers and the manufacturers have been unjustly condemned Staple cbmmc dities he said are han dIed by many rms at an actual loss He also said that legitimate and aboveboard competition has become wholesalee s completely overwhelmed the old hen I getaheaiBEEF CATTlE BREEDERS Lexington KyThe Kentucky Bee Cattle held it convention at the Agricultural of State university and was follows by a banquet at the Phoenix hotel The most important action was the asking of the federal government to Srss so from here will not have to be sent first to LouisvHleband dipped and the 1Danielelected ofILexington for tl ensuing year KENTUCKY RED CROSS OFFICERS Frankfort KThe American Red Cross society h is named the g officers and directors In Kentucky for the society Augustus E Willson president Logan C Murray of Louis rills treasurer Miss Nora R Brown of Louisville secretary John B At Bernlhelm BrosbeMacboyCovington CONDITION OF STATE BANKS Frankfort K33Because only a few or the banks 1agged behind in sending conditionm of madofe justbJenBt The tabulation of the report of the andtrustBaIlbeCoreQt assistant secretary of state i STATE TAXES INCREASED RAISE IN ASSESSMENTS AMOUNTS TO OVER SIXTY MILLIONS The Raise in Jefferson County Amounts to 19000000 State Will Receive More Revenue Frankfort Ky Upon certification by Frank P James state auditor to each sheriff in the state the amount of taxes that he must collect under the assessments as equalized by the state board6f equalization collection of taxes will begin in the various counties in the state The auditors force worked hard all day sending out the statements to the sheriffs and this is them authority for beginning the collection of taxes Under the law no sheriff can collect taxes until the au ditor has notified him of the amount charged against him in the auditors office and this amount depends entirely on the final assessment made by tho Irtate board of equalization The Increase in the assessment ot all property in Kentucky subject to equalization which does hot include bonds and property of that character and description amounts to a total of 64000000 This is the increase over the assessments as made by the coun ty assessors and equalized by the county board of supervisors This means that the state will collect 320 000 more than would have been col lected if the figures of the county assessors had been accepted as final The raise in Jefferson county amounts to about 19000000 and on this the state will collect about 90 000 more than would have been col lected under the valuations fixed by the county assessor of Jefferson The county will receive about 62000 ad ditional so that the raise in Jefferson will cost the taxpayers of that county a total of about 152000 FEDERATION WOMENS CLUBS Many Prominent Persons Gather at State Capital Frankfort KyClub women from fromOhiofor the meeting of the State Federa tion of Womens clubs Many of the leading club women of the state were in attendance Louis rifle being largely represented The meetings of the federation were held in the Christian church whicli was tastefully and elaborately decorated The program was an attractive one and many social features added to the pleasure of the meeting A boat ride up the Kentucky river a reception by teabyamong the social features BRIEF KENTUCKY TELEGRAMS Hickman Mrs Mary Letlwidge died at her home after a lingering Illness Death was due to dropsy She was 76 years old and one of the early settlers of the count- yMiltonLafayette Hopwood aged 83 years a Trimble county citizen un tit recently died at Indianapolis and the body was brought here and burled at Corn Creek Dawson SPringsJ C McChesney was severely stunned by lightning at his home in Caldwell county The bolt struck a wire clothesline stretched between the house and a tree The wire was melted and the tree split open ElktonTwoengines sideswiped In the railroad yards at Guthrie and Fire wasdgine and terribly scalded dying within a few hour- sOwingsvilleOmar Quisenberry Quisenfberry heeofa train on the Chesapeake Ohio railroad and was Instantly killed Danville The nfederatel monument erected by the Kate Jiorrlson Cplfedernte V teran s withn auspicious core wee held thol3eeprincipal Whitesburg KYThe H milton Realty Co sold to the Derwin White syndicate large area of fine coal and timber land along Knox Peter creek and the Levlsa fork of the Big Sandy river in Pike county which according to an announcemnet will beopened for development at an early date orpomtlonthe Citizens Insurance Co and tho Citizens National Life Insurance Co vresidentThe raisedoto 5000000 according to officials OwensboroTom Bassett a confederate veteran died ofa complication of diseases after several mouths illness He was 65 years old and leaves a wife and five children Carlisle Mrs Herndon Wills formerly Miss Mary Royse committed suicide by taking carbolic acid She was 32 years of age The cause other rash act is not known Louisville George B Fastln Camp U C V on Saturday afternoon held memorial exercises and decorated the confederate braves in Cave Bill emc t rr 1 FJ1ei r1f New Greek Coiffure j Photograph by Underwood Underwood Now York hair dressing Is arranged after the manner of the old Greek dress THIS the front hair softly waved and drawn back to the crown of the where the bunch of tiny ciirls natural or false are bound Into a knot with a band of metal ribbon EASY ADJUSTMENT OF FRILLS Device That Goes Far Toward Making Life Easier Is Described BeloW Among the latest ideas for making life easier are frills ready to be ad Justed with a few minutes work to the underclothing or the flap of t a blouse or pillow cases These frills can be had in various designs some of them the material hemstitched or with lines of drawn work edged with torchon lace others with tiny lines of beading again fin- Ished with embroidery or feather stitching For infants clothes these frilllngs come with tiny edges and there are quiet openwork effects on heavy linen used for pillow slips The method of adjusting Is to buy them gathered into a featherstitched band or one edge of the material has a loosely woven thread and all the worker need do Is to draw the thread to the desired fulness VISITING DRESS Cinder gray cashmere would loo well made up in this simple but smar way the tunic is semifitting and drawn in above the waist by a wide band which Ireaches to the sides of front this is llghfly braided so also are the edges of underskirt and over sleeves while a strip Js taken acrosss the lower edge of yoke which is of tucked chiffon to match undersleeves Hat of straw swathed in tulle and trimmed with bunches of small pink powers Materials required 6 yards cash mere iy yards tucked chiffon 3 dozen yards braid Fancy Net Turbans The flowered turban has given way to a large one made of coarse fancy net The same kind is used that we have had for gown drapery during the winter Brilliant colors are seen such as purple the new vivid dark blue black white with a black spot and rejdThe are an artistic mass of this net twisted Into puffs and loops find ends Tie latter are wired in or der to kep their shape and give the urban character c C rlto kr CARING FOR INVALIDS HAIR Some Things That Nurse or Friend of Patient Should Be Sure to Keep in Mind Long hair should be divided into two plaits the first day of an Illness This makes combing easier on patient and nurse In high fever an ice cap is equally beneficial to the hair and to tempera tureWhen a patient likes to have her head rubbed if a bit of vaseline is put on tips of fingers it will keep the hair from getting dry and brittle This must be carefully done If bed linen is not to suffer Where hair has matted in illness do not attack it with a comb or pull it apart Thread with the fingers beginning at the ends of hair and work ing up Shake the hair often Do a little at a time and stop at first signs of exhaustion in the patient Hair combing in a weakened state has been known to cause collapse With convalescence begin a course of treatment for he hair This should be professional can be done at home with fasellne rubbed well into the scalp or a good tonic such as bay rum and quinine or crude pa troleumOnly permit hair to be cut as a last resort It Is rarely done now even after typhoid fever Do not be alarmed at Increasing thinness Keep up mas sage and new hair will quickly fol low Hair after illness splits badly A thorough singeing is one of the first things to do As hair is delicate and brittle after illness avoid overheating with false hair Wear It only when necessary- if you wish your scalp to quickly e gala a normal heathy condition v The Summer Coat One of the striking features of the summer coat 1s its lining Of soft foulard in some Of the most attract ive designs it gsnerally contributes to a striking whole White serge is still in high favor oyster gray and tan linen are delight fully heavy in tlenew basket weaves while Woolen materials are loose enough to afford comfort without an overburdening warmth The summer cot is ornamente- with a marine collar or with long r rers that cross and button quite far down Metal and tortoiseshell buttons are used on the summer coat and huge pockets are not lacking Keep In mind these points when planning this very necessary article in your summer outfit A Curious Jeweled Clasp A curious eweled clasp which ca paidt3 thse stores The clasp Intended for a Louis Quinze heel has a metal bottom from which rise Jeweled spikes clasp Into the heeJThe metal give a faint clicking sound at each ste Land the spikes ornament the satin o leather heel admirably It Is one o the latest frivolities which ifind faro with a certain set Chantecler Stationery The ichantecler stationery is deci dedly trettler than some of the millinery named after this famous play Tho correspondence cards with envelopes to match are charming The tone of the paper is a rich cream lilts the tint of a pal brown egg giltedged and decorated in the righthand corner The flaps of the envelopes have scarlet roost ers Hair and Illness- A long Illness no longer means sao rlficed hair Except in cases of brain fever hair Is rarely shaved even thin ning and shedding are overcome Quickly r A MINISTERS CONSTIPATION t Rev Kemp Tells of His DltjestlvV Troubles and How He Overcam Them You Can Do So Free Tho lack of exercise In a mlnlst s ilfs constlpattonbut = la nationalMany alreadyknow a sure way to cure con fftlpatlon and otl4er stomach liver and bowel trou bles la with Dr SyrupPepsJnW peoplehave yearsRev RblngSunInd the Indiana Con ference o f the Methodist Episco saysIn CaldweUhavepackagebutfound anything to equal Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin I also had Indigestion ind heart trouble I can certainly recom mend itIt can bo bought of any at W cents orl s bottle If there is anything about your case that you understand write to the doctor If you Have never used this remedy and would like to try it send your address and a fee yourhomeCaldwell Bldg Montlcello Ill AWFUL =MaIsieWas he on his knees when proposedDaisy but he went down the steps that way when papa caught him UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS Sopassistedtoilet bath and nursery purposes not only preserves purifies and beautifies the skin scalp hair and hands but prevents inflammation irritation ani clogging of the pores the common cause of pimples blackheads redness and roughness yellow oily mothy and other unwholesome conditions of the complexion and skin All who delight in a clear skin soft white hands a clean wholesome scalp and live glossy hair will find Cutlcura Soap most suc cessful in realizing every expectation Cuticura Soap and Ointment are ad mirably adapted to preserve the health of the skin and scalp of 1m fants and children and to prevent minor blemishes or inherited skin hu mors becoming chronic and may be used from the hour of birth Cuticura Remedies are sold throughout the civ ilized world Send to Potter Drug Chem Corp sole proprietors Boston for their Jree Cuticura book 32 pages of invaluable advice on care add treatment of the skin scalp and hair R Made No Difference Congressman Ransdale of Louisiana recently told a story of Alec Trim e the valet and factotum of a phyjjl clan In New Orleans who took a fan cy to one of the summer shirts of his master and finally went and bought one exactly like it He showed It to his mistress who said that he had done wrong as thetwo shirts might get mixed in the washing and Alec answered Itd make no difference missus cause deys both alike in size Tan price The Flannel Shirt Joke There used to be a favorite funny paper story about a man whO bought a flannel shirt and every time it was washed it had to be handed down to the children until at last the dbaby was wearing it Washing fish nels used to be a critical task but non Easy Task soap is used and It not only does notShri the goods but it leaves the garment soft and comfortable as eiderdown Easy Task soap is pure white and sanitary An Instance The rubber industry ought tocbf able to solve one financial problem 4nfY GeUE1 Hair 11PARKE MANAGERS WANTED 1BJ In yrttsbl s rtlthbranehfjlnerdr7oonntrn tJ fli1 fli1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY m INCREASED VALUATION Kentucky Equalization Board Makes a Ten PerCet1tlncrease Frankfort KyThe total assessed value of Kentuckys property in round numbers will be 780000000 a littla over an average increase of 10 percent The following is the final report of the board Ten Per CentAnderson Bourbon Boyd Bracken Butler Galloway Campbell Carroll Cumberland Ed monson Floyd Garrard Grayson Green Jessamine Lawrence Leslie Ijetcher Lewis Livingston Lyon Ma MuhlenbergOldham SimpsonWaynew Five Per Cent Boone Christian Clay Crittenden Daviess Elliott Es till Fleming Fulton Hancock Jack MontgomeryOhio Union Fifteen Per Cent Gallatin Graves Hardin Harlan Harrison Henderson Hopkins Magoffin Marshall Nicholas Owen Trigg Warren Webster Twenty Per CentBath Hickman r qTwentyfive Twelve Per Cent Jefferson Ken ton The counties increased on lands and 10Brea25 Clinton 10 LeeQ Logan 5 Meade 15 Taylor 5 Todd 20 The other counties that were in creasedfollow Ballard land and per sonalty 25 town lots 10 Franklin Nand and personalty 6 town lots 10 Grant land and personalty 20 town lots 10 Henry lands and personalty 20 town lots 10 Laurel land and PendletorlandsThe assessments In the counties not mentJoned were left as reported NEWMAN REELECTED 4- iKentucky State Fair ecret ryship Settled After Long Fight poUtjt the Kentucky State Fair was reelect ed to the office by a vote of 5 to 4 over his opponent The deciding vote was cast by J L Dent who voted f Newman When it became evident that opposition had no chance to win name of Emory Dent was substituted in a last effort to beat Newman This effort was unsuccessful as J hfledged aei On the motion of M C Scovell the term of the office of the secretary was increased to four years- IMPORTANT FINDING Frankfort KyEven though a par ty injured is himself guilty of contrib utory negligence he may still recov damages if the party causing the in- Jury knew or by the exercise of ordI- nary care could have known of his peril in time to avoid the injury by the exercise of ordinary care This im portant principle of law was laid down by the court of appeals for the guid ance of the lower court and the attar nays in damage suit cases resulting from personal injuries The case at bar was that of Charles B Doll against the Louisville Railway Co and the judgment the Jefferson circuit court UtDollto it secure the damages he seeks for injuries sustained ina collision with a street car while he was riding in a muggy MRS E D GIBSON DEAD Lexington Ky Mrs Eliza Duncan Gibson aged 72 relict of Col Hart Gibson died at Ingleslde farm after an illness of nearly a year from val vu lar heart trouble Mrs Gibson was the daughter of Cola Henry Duncan one of Kentuckys wealthiest men be the civil war Maj Henry T Dun 4fore former mayor of Lexington is her childrenj are of Lexington t Mrs H J Von Engleken of Palat Fla Mrs Harrison G Foster of neap lls and Mrs RichardsonT son of Hampton Farms Va The last named daugHter married her coo sinathe son of the late Senator Randall T Gibson of Louisiana The funeral occurred at Ingleslde TO TEACH MILITARY TACTICS Frankfort Ky Officers of the 1 tacky National Guard will be taught military tactics instead of acquiring the knowledge by their hard licks By the order of Gov Willson which is the plan of Adjt Gen Johnston Capt William N Hughes U S A re tired who is on duty with the organ tzed militia of the state has been placed in charge of a correspondence school for officers that will be con ducted Item the office of Adjt Gen Johnston r PHYSICIAN RISKED LJF1 Fender of Suburban Car Was Upa Child When jthe Doctor Saved Little One Louisville KyLAt the risk of hiAown life Dr R B Raymond of city rescued a Hi tie threeyearold tot the daughterof Mr and Mrs Albert Metzler East Wf lout street from cer tain death by be ng ground under the wheels of a big suburban car The child hom Just about d had reached on the tracks hadfanderedfrom fast moving car Dr the child one arm it and the other clinging to the fender of the car Doctor andchild were dragged fo 40 feet and for some bad bruises wa literally werefnhurtsave and th physicians nder the wheels of The parents ch the child had not missed her from the home being oc copied in the bu tai of the childs 11 yearold sister who died a few days ago The mother was not informed of the nearly fatal ccldtrt to herbaby SHEEP MLJJST BE DIPPED Frankfort KyjA letter from A D govemmentbureliuwas received by Commissioner of Agriculture Rankih in which it is ordered that all shee shipped from Kentucky must first be sent to Louisville to be dipped no matter in what part of the state they may W raised The importanttoceived by Rankin since the federal quarantine was ordered say All dippings req Ired under the regulations in or er that sheep may be moved interstat shill be done at points where federal inspection is maintained Lou isville is at present the only place in the tate where dipping facilities are avilable and bureau inspectors stationed but if proper yarding and dipping facilities should be installed at o her points the seer tary of agriculture will no doubt consider the advisability of maintaining inspectors at such places for the purpose of inspecting and dipping sheep shippersnwent as being dipped must be accompanied by a rtiflcate bureaushowingthe work was performed as well as ether necessary data Bureau supervision of the dip Ing of sheep is sup i plied without expense to the owner SAW COMET BEFORE Lexington Ky Mrs Susan Darna byv of this city says she remembers Distinctly the Isst visit of Halleys eorat was not so visitationthweretalesays that after the coi let had completed its trip across the sky and started back from the west t ere was a meteoric shower KENTUCKY WIRE TAPS Cynthiana Jo in H W Spohn prominent business man committed suicide by taking acid No motive for the deed was f andf Spohn was a Knight Templar Knight of Pythias erand an Elk- LouisvilleW rk on the new Ken tucky d Indian Bridge and Railroad Cos nrdgeto pan the Ohio at thi point will be started not later the July 1 Bids on the work will be open ed June FookfortAI hough Gov revolted allTtewjirds offered prior to January 1 1910 he reissued rewards of 500 each for the arrest and conviction of the men who took part in the Hopklnsville nightrider raid Louisville It was developed at the regular annual meeting of the Lincoln institute held at the Gait house that there was a fund of 400000 in the treasury for the establishment of the proposed industrial school for negroes in KentuckyLouisvilleIn a report submitted- at a meeting of the Louisville Real Estate association C T Thomas chairman of the water rate committee stated that the water rates in Louis ville will be reduced at least 15 percent before January 11911 Palntsville Chief Justice Henry S Barker of the Kentucky court of appeals who some months ago was chosen by the trustees as president of Kentucky university Lqxlngton vice K Patterson resigned has de tidedxo not accept the presidency kaLouisville KyIn a pistol battle on warGlbo s shot over the heart by Richard Moore negro The latter sustained a flesh wound when a bullet from thQ officers weapon plowed through his arm The negro was taken to jail Frankfort Many Kentucky womet met here for a threeday conventional ottiVomenening of this federation Among the speakers were leaders of educaU o n and progress in the state Harrodsburg KyIn the case of T EastOTennesseeI iOOO for the plaintiff against the tel epnone company As against the city the case was withdrawn by instruo lions of the court i r AFFORDnCOMFORT AND CLEANLINESS MadejMechanical Skill Cow comfort and cleanliness considered some form of a cow stall is almost an absolute necessity in a dairy barn Rigid stanchions are not comfortable Too often they do not induce cleanliness Prof C A Ocock of the Wisconsin College of Agriculture is the author of a recent bulletin on sanitary cow llrThe stall herewith illustrated It is requiresoneeauthors y First cleanliness second comfort third The Model Stall convenience in feeding milking and cleaning fourth economy of construction fifth secure enclosing This stall is built as indicated in the drawing toforce the cow to stand with her hind feet between the crossbar and gutter in this way keeping the stall proper perfectly clean When stepsforward SENSIBLE IOWA HOG HOUSE i Thinking It may be of Interest and encouragement to your readers who area raising pigs farrowed In midwinter I herewith send sketch and description of hog house planned by Mr James P Condon of Oak Park farm In this vicinity writes Thomas O Boyle of Webster county Iowa in Homestead He has at the present writing 50 little pigs born in February du ng the coldest period They are thriving and In fine condition and Mr Condon gives the credit to the place he hag for housing them They show promise of meeting a 10 market Last summer after an investigation as to materials and proportions of hog houses in general he came to the con elusion that hollow cement blocks was the material he desired and that most sufficients hadnone built according to his own ideas He used a hollow cement block with a Havingnon con r MOTOR CAR IN COUNTRY Increased tine ot Automobile By Farmers SHows That It Is Real Convenience in Fart tug Districts HARPERAutomobile generally pro recognizing the possibilities of expanding their business by their product to the needs of th farmer Prosperous as never before with larger crop than In any years the farmer has money to spell and the farmer with money wants t and does live every whit as well lily city brothers and gen rt1y better The thing to consider is what type of car will best meet the requirements of the farmer buyer First is the question of roads The country roads are not all gravel roads or macadamized turnpikes The successful country car must be travel over inferior willroadsroads that sometimes are heavy with mud ro s that are often covered 12 Inches qr mor with new snowr is ugh weight A good tight weight car weighinfg ticnl car for all around country serv ice A car welghlnjg 1200 pounds Is much b tier to the average road on lUons easfCey travel or the regular roads over the fields to ny part of the farm A Ugh car Is easier on tires reduces gasoline and oil bills and calls for less placement expense thatitthe stall than at the top This forces the cow to stand back from the hay- rack when eating and of course places her nearer to the gutter The crossbar which fias already been re ferred to can be moved forward or backward to accommodate large or small cows The chain or rope wi which each cow is tied is so arranged that when she lies down she is dra keepingherdoor in front is lUnged at the top and opens upward and forward for the purr fIiJ pose of admitting grain and water Aa will be noted the partitions are so ar ranged as to make it almos impossible for one cow to step upon the ud der of another lying in the adjoining stall This is a feature of merit which will be recognized by any one who has ever had charge of milk cows Ten of the model stalls It has been estimated would cost 6033 traded with a cement concern to do the work They made the blocks on the ground on an uptodate block machine The building is 61 feet long 10 feet wide and 10 feet high on the front and 7 feet high in back He put on a threeply rubberold roof which is warmer than shingles and guaranteed everythreeentirelength healthyhogs approachHethe feed platform thus having a good theirhOgshipsenjoy fall and winter was a good time for the test of the wall and It proved both water and frost proof Part Of the bedding fortheThe next point of importanc lies In simplicity of design accessibility of all parts and perfect standardization of various parts While tho average mechanicWanof agricultural Implements he lhas no garage to call on for repair work and compyicatedthethe farmers need Any tripbusiness or pleasure can be made in decidedly less time Ineor times trIptoreaper and back again fn a dhurry is very important when the readyasWornOut Land The only cheap way to put Worn out land into shape is to seed it down to clover cut ono crop and leave the secorid growth to be plowed under Then theland will be In shape to respond to fertilizers I have found that I could gat more Income from a piece of land by seeding down calf of it to nndIcultivation says a writer in Baltimore American After a year or twp in clover and grass the other half would be plowed up On a fresh sod agood dressing of chemical fertilizers will pay well Value of a Sew The sow that brings two litters a year and nourishes them well until six weeks old is worth two or three time I pork prices however high pork I may asr iuntil SUN liFE ELIXIR Cleveland Physicians Take No Stock in French Discovery Dr doyen Eminent Paris Surgeon Claims to Have Found In Mycoly sine Preparation to Prolong life Fifteen Years Cleveland O Mycolysine Dr Eu gene Doyens newlydiscovered elixir of life should be taken with a grain of salt many Cleveland physicians believe There will be no rush to Paris on the part of the Cleveland Doctordexperimentg DoctorIloyellIiteof his discovery He calls It Mycolyslne because of the fact that it dissolves germs H6 that if It were feasible to multiply by tenth e activity of the Phag Cytes the resistance offered to mal volent germs by the human body would be much quencenianyappear more especially those of the skin the respiratory organs and the digestive tubes and stated that his discovery makes this possible Phag ogenous collbides are the basisof the new elixir The famous physician and surgepnj asserts that through the use colosine from fifteen to twenty years may be added to the life of an average man and that most diseases of the respiratory organs and digestive tract will disappear altogether While admitting that the use of the newlydiscovered chemical may be beneficial to a certain extent Cleveland practitioners do not believe that an elixir of life has been found in the discovery of mycolysine Golf exercise and temperate hab- Its said Dr Hamilton BIggar I be prolonginghuman tor Doyen has discovered This same French physician some years ago an asurewas found that his cure could not be made to bring reSults when tried In this country I fear that it will prove Doctor Doyen at Work the same with mycolysine inso far as its lifeprolonging properties are consideredDr Friederich was not sur prised by the announcement of the lifePeriodicalthing or the discoverer claims wlhprolong human life indefinitely are announced he said but when the smoke clears away we sel dom hear of them again Nature cannot be changed even by so eminent a physician and surgeon as Doctor Doyen Typhoid The very great decrease ni typhoid fever In Philadelphia since the establ- Ishment of the filtration system is in harmony with general experience According to a recent bulletin of the Vermont state board of health the effect of change in the water supply to seven American cities has been to reduce the combined annual average death rate tram typhoid fever by somef70 per cent But it must not be for amnlnIs not the only carrier The same authority believes that about 80 per cent of all cases are borne by water or by milk In the other 20 per cent the disease may bo spread by the agency of flies personal contact shell fish raised In polluted waters or fruit or vegetables raised In polluted soil These various agencies will explain why filtration of the water alone does not entirely eradicate typhoid while at the same time it is evident that this is the first and most Important step in the suppression of the disease Manuscripts lof Unusual Interest The sale of royal manuscripts which Is to take place at Sothebys shortly will bring together a number of interested autograph collectors for there are some of unusual interest Such for instance asletters from sovereign 190iilettersfrom Queen Elizabeth in their quain- Shakespearean hand Indeed it will appear as if the sale of these letters Is likely to bring to light a great deal of unraveled mystery and to afford in formation in reference to some of the unsolved stories of court Intrigue of Aslo 4 if Constipation j ForevertProht Reliefs Prirla r t Can CARTERS LITTLE DCTIIfrelyhIg the far stopaliet dMtn ewe wti IRKIGTTLt MLEtSR LrwlMeyeeGENUINE mist bear pature iW L DOUGLAS SHOES f54 S350 3250 a 2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS weuWBM they care the Jew- est price qailltJC8 worldMulebest leathers br the zoxt skilled worioaea Is all ue faikioiM W L Omclu 500 equalCustom costing 600 to 800- Soge8hou3250d2 r etAatpingitTake Substitute Fast ColorEa townwriteforlianorerCatalogshowJng factory deliYeTeajfeee WLDougksBrockt- onMusWESTERN CANADA WbatjLHIPtbCratRaliread MagxM Says Abut Its Wh tProd clfi2 Pewsri The tryUnited or two will bo the pro Tiding ot homes for1 and ae uincientfortBm The ptomineao9I eheatcoantrT tIsLgftwI4 This greAt rallr0e4 JIlIC Bftto la taking adrantace of the ottoa by e bU1ltimUpwards of 125 UIIeI- IBushels of Wheat 10091g Arersse aierte Rill acreYs of100acreaati3peracrearete In tho districts Schools conTcnlcnt climateIll excellent son the bestraUwaTII cIOS at band build t eMTtofate tobeste iIIastrated I lonappllcationandotherlnforna ImmtrsntonOttawa L Government Acont WILLIAMS Law BulldinpToledo OWe Use address nearest ro1I UTHEELS STEEL ua RUBBER TIRE 1cbannel fCOCM0 Very Fishy She was a flshewnans daughter she wore her hair In a net and she pre erred love in a piscatorial way My love he whispered you hold first place in my heart Although I flounder about in my sole wish is that you will save me from becoming a crabbed J old bachelor I shall stick to you closer than a limpet from you a winkli be the road to guide me Together we will skate over lifes rocks and when I look at your hand beside me I shall say to myself Fortune was mine when I put herring there 4nd then the lady dropped her eyes in sweet confusion and murmured r Pass the salt A Quick Cat Some years ago the proprietor of a hotel in southern New Hampshire tOll the following story He said that occaskHaIto windows was open and when they ell terod the garret a frightened mouse jumped out of the window and the cat Jumping after it caught It in mid air and whirling round back again into the same window The Quoter You never quote poetry In your speeches No replied Senator Sorghum quoting poetry is tool often like send- Ing an anonymous ter A man resorts to it when he wants to something and shirt the jeaponslbility ot authorshipBreakfast Joy r Sweet Crisp V GoldenBrown Post fI Toasties Ready to serve from the creamnotcooking necessary The Memory Li Cers7ti PkfalQc ass 15c jI POSTUM CEREAL CO Ltd Battle Creek Michr F t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE r 1910 z CI OCXXXXXX5OOCOOCOGOOOOOOOOOOOOGCXXXXXXX9 3Redby the peerless Highland Denmark first dam Ky Belle y the chain pionship saddle horse Thornton Star Ky Belle won first money at State Fair for best brood mare and also first money for best mare and colt defeating 16 others She also the dam of the sensational show filly weanlingNoblegood feet and legs and an uptodate show horse both in harness and under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and possesses all the air arid dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His individuality and beautiful form coupled with his popular blood lines will v seaIsonChestnut Dare is well known to the people of this and adjoining stillholdsever been defeated in a fhow ring bv the colts of any other horse owned or farmed in Washington county Within the last year several of his colts have sold at high prices He will make the season at 15 to Insure a Living Colt ijC1Hackney Boy sorrel 16 hands high sired by County Member first goodbusiness t 10 TO INSURE A LIVING will also stand my Two SACKS at 10 COLTIMares traded off parted With or bred to son money is positively due Mares pastured at R Your patronage solicited is BB LEACHMAN ooooooooooooooooooooOOoori9 I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVER WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher Altered at the postoffice at Springfield gyfor transmission through the mails secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Months 60 Three Months i 25 f DEMOCRATIC TICKET tA J NOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Raking the front Yard f A worthy housewife at Earlham la decided recently that her front yard would look better for a thorough clean ing up Having some spare time on her bands and believing strongly in theton- ic properties of outdoor exercise she seized a rake and sallied forth to do a raking stunt While thus engaged she dug up the remains of a fivehundred dollar bill We can imagine the of ecstatic bliss that swam visionsI astonished eyes as she surveyed tilated relic of Uncle Sams promise to plumageic cer ulean blue arid other teminine frippery that would at last enable her to forever squelch that insufferable Brown female who lived 1xtdoor IRIEKsW B Elliott and Miss Blanche Carpenter were married on Wednesday May 25 1910 by Rev H P Hatchette at Tatham Springs The bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Carpenter while the groom is a prosperous young business man of ex cellent character the son of J H El liott We extend congratulations to the happy young couple Mav they prosper and lave a long and happy married life Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle entertained as their guests last Wednesday Mr and Mrs John Gammans and Mr and Mrs Earl Gammans and Mrs Claude Key Mr and Mrs W H Elliott hadas their guests last Friday Mr and Mrs J H Elliott Jr Rev Milton Clark of Indiana and Rev H P Hatchette have been hold preekIheyof additions spentJastElliottJ Elliott ot Danville spent Fri AmyCarpenter spentlastCocanougheiv Mr and Mrs Oda Coyle spent last Friday with Mr and Mrs J S Goyle Mrs Lucinda Blacketer spent Friday night with Mrs Molhe Coyle rMr and Mrs J D Wi1kison of1Tex- as Mr and Mrs W H Elliott Sunday last The ladies are very busy houseclean ing and weeding gardens Mrs Clyda Coyle is on the sicl list this week but we hope for her speedy recovery It cured me or it saved the life of my child are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlains ReroedyThisvaluable remedy has been introduced No other medicine m use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval The secret of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy is that it cures Sold by all Druggists OOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXX RED ooooooooooooooooooOooI Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Ca ells Lexington Nc better breeding in the register and no better breeder in Ken ky than this old horse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed S Ui him He will serve only 20 mares 30 to Insure a Living RED BIRD JroltIA very handsome Brown horse 16 hands highand a little more than anybodys horse about here either or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is j I GeorgeWilkes i 15 to Insure a Living Colt JackofDiamondsA Grand Young lack at 10 8 His book is full but come and see him you may want to breed to him another He is by Kings Giant and his first dam is by son of Brignoha and his second dam is by old Napoleon The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at L H Thurmans farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at 3 and fed at15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN PETERS e4 l OQOOOOOOOGOOQOOCftGOOGOCOOCoGOCOCX T Burton rD1rG Pain DENTIST ed With CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield iKySite in Halt n Block up stairs Local News Notes LOSTOn Sunday afternoon a long pink automobile veil between Mr J A Shaders residence arid Dr Rays residence Return to this office My entire new stock of Ready to Wear and Trimmed Hats at HalfPrice Come in and see Mrs WILLIAMS W S Gibbs Sons of this county bought from J T Veal of Harrods burg a fine jack colt for 1100 Shel by ville Sentinel Rev W A Wolff will preach at the Valley Hill school house on Sunday June 12 at 4 p m Sunday School at 300 p m Everybody cordially invited to attend All Trimmed and Re dy1o Wear Hats and Automobile Veils at HalfPrice Come and see Wathen Shader FOR SALEHThe sisters of Sf Cath erines have ton display at The Robert son Claybrooke Cos store a Tent which they desire to sell Anyone contemplating buying a tent will do well to see this one before buying Mrs Bettie Hord has left for Carls bad Texas a celebrated summer resort 15 miles from San Angeld Her son John Hord formerly of the Springfield Hotel who went to San Angelo sometime since has leased a hotel at Carlsbad we are informed and Mrs Hord will take charge The Sisters of St Catherines request MS to annoui ce that children under twelve of age will not be allowed in the e hibitipn hall on commencement day in order to make room for the large crowd that usually attends The colored people of StJ Dbminics Church will present the three act Forest Comedy Those Dreadful Twins at the Opera House June 11 Specialties and good music Good order will pre vail Reserved seats for white people The Gayetyi Vaudeville Show in high class Vaudeville will ba at the Opera House Thursday Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee Good Comedians good Vaudeville illustrated songs etc comprise the program Prices lOc 15c and 25c We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good top bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky The members of St Catherines Alumnae Association are cordially in heldIMrs J Lum Abell Treas Miss Wathen Sec Quite an enjoyable dance was given at the Opera House last night by the young men of Springfield About 30 couples were in attendance and the music and dancing were enjoyea until about 1 oclock IAn editor of a small American paper recently stated that he had been kissed bv one of the most beautiful married women in the town He promised to tell her names in the first issue of his paper next month In two weeks the circulation of his newspaper doubled but when he gave the name of his wife he had to leave town Skin Diseases Quickly Cured By a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering trom any form of skin or scalp disease would you like permanentIlYfo external use Mr Leo Haadan the andirecommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarks ble cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Leo Hoydon will give you a booklet an skin diseases and you can ciagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without any inconyenience or loss of time from busmessjby this clean simple preparationd it itt+ + E t ifiI + f i ALL MEN ARE WELCOME HERE JtitBut young men get an extra syueeze of the hand They i are punctilious know what they wantwon t take one iota JessI I + We like to senje 3 ounce men with HIGH ART Clothes because theYr clothes skeptics and our satisfaction at t bringing theminto the fold is all the keenerb + A young mansT shop is this aiming for and achieving that s btle butlfit fascinottes the eye w l5to25 L J rsoSJecialJ Newest Spring styles in Shoes H uk Shirts Neckwear 4 Collars Socks Belts Suspenders etc J footf11iL Ask to see our StockNo trouble to show goods here s BRQSJaUri L JWJIbeROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO IINCORPORATEDSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY +++ 4 + 4 4 44444F HAPPY HOLLOW We are haying some fine weather at present after the long rains John Armstrong and wife spent Sun day with the family of their daughter Mrand Mrs Erastus Perkins Lee Settles and family spent Friday with his brother Edgar Settles and tamily Edward Hanby and w fe spent from Friday until Tuesday vith his uncle w1 Doulton and other f lends and rela tives in Boyie and Pulas i counties Sabe Coulter and fami y Miss Myrtle Armstrong Messrs Wai ter Elmer and Dolph Hanby spent Su day with the family of J M Shields Steve Scott spent Saturday and Sunday with his sisterMrslJo hn Crow There will services at Hilisboro church the first Saturday af ternoon in June Rev W A Suther land will address the pe pIe The cem etery has been put in ice order and everybody is invited to attend Miss Mallie Shields spent Sunday with Miss Effie Coulter near jthis place Spveral from this place attended the decoration services at illisburg Mon day afternoon Miss Effie Coulter wz s in our midst Saturday afternoon Miss Myrtle Armstr lig spent last Tuesday night with her sister Mrs Ed HanbyIE L Parish and fam ly spent Sunday with John Crow and fan ily atthis place Rev and Mrs W E Sutherlandare spending several weeks with his parents here Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland the fitter of whom is very ill at this writing Messrs Walter Either and Dolph several days this week with familyGeo Saturday afternoon with the daughter Mrs Lee Settles f Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more utl Mr e1 Haydon Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EvfiR MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS A Specialty Satisfaction and Promp Service Guaranteed Address iPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Spnjigfield Ky To the Public We are Agents for Parisian Sage and We Know the GuarIantee is The Leo aydon Drug Co Parisian Sage th quickacting hair invigorator gutrar teed To stop falling hair To cure To cure itching of the scalp To put life into faded hair To make harsh hair soft and luxuri ant To make hair grow or money back It is the most delightful hair dressing made and is agreat tayorite with la dies who desire luxuriant and beautiful hairiPr ce 50c a bottle p II For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop Mrs Ralston lle Ky says I have ever used for Cholera Gapes I only by FOR SALE A tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office OOOOOOOOOOo eo Paying Your Bill Here tl doesnt suggest that much used phrase What an enormous profit there must be in drugs On the contrary the smallness of our charges might lead you to that our 05 drugs etcr were But you JJ neednt be afraid Ask your doctor about the of the things sold here Hell tell you they are all yLEOTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE Ct OO QOOOQOOQeo IQ QQQoorO90QOQec THe Right Glasses Are So Easy J to obtain here that there is no ex E cuse 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 awhich them on without Jcantoo OtEdJEWELER AND OPTICIANQ tip rgaposziooo IQQOQQoooeoeopr THey Certainly J Swell 2 I those new furnishings of ours Shirts of exclusive neckwear that proclaims its class at a glance See the new bows and fourinhands Qs tEvery man who pretends to be a ti good dresser will want some of them As you are in that class we shall tike pleasure in showing you what you surely ought to see f Grundy McIntiret 5ztf t eal3ersi rs Cf SAVE YOUR FOWLS I rdltryremedyon with absolute certainty to cure and prevent HotipLltaberncckeases A few drops in tho drinking wateif keep fowlsand FortheBourbon PoultryEQUAL CureI dW W Hepkins andBourhonPouitrpand Manufactured beautiful suspect inferior quality are patterns baditesII TIII Bourbon Remedy CoIncorporated I 1 y U S A tIAt All Leading DrugQlpts 50e perBttte TeIalYIaihe For sate by HAYDON t ROBERTSON Drllcelsls RURAL TELEPHONES f 21MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your t positiontowhichyoupared with the benefits received Call or address our near Tennforrate If you are notat present enjoying telephone service Statesofsouthern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH OMPANy c L incorporated i 1 r I SPRINGFIELDTHE SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE i 1916 iStUURMAN CO = BLOOMfIEL KY Our Big stock must be sold WeatHer conditions Have been such tHat we feel that some of our profit must besacrificed If you will call to see us and look our stock over you will be well paid foxyriur troubleOur SlippersDRUGGETS CARPETS and FURNITURE to fit any purse Be sure to see us before you buy Fuhrman SrCo Dipping Tanks Pumps I I H Plumbing and Tinning L Guttering and Repair Work a Specialty We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed nATCHETT McPHERSON Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt ttention I I W V STALLARD D D 72IISPRINGFIELD KY PHONE TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger All Done in this office is first s I andjustasadvertised IOver McElroy Shaders Grocery neoeoeoeOUeoeOeoeoeneoeae Q 1 Personal Notes tt e Ci 0 0 e Visitors In and Out of TownA aRound Up ofthe Weeks o Personal Newse r iQeo oeoeoeoeo oeoeoeoQa y Mr N B Riley is very ill of kidney trouble at the home of his son Richard Riley near Willisburg Mr Rilers many friends hope for him a speedy recovery Miss Annie Kelly arrived home from Frederickstown monday evening Miss Lucy Selecman is the guest of Miss Bessie Brandford at George = town dauKhterMissFriday in Louisville Mr and Mrs P J Thomas ar Spending a few days with friends and relatives at Elk Creek Spencer County Mr and Mrs Jas Allen of Bloom field spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Palmer Grundy =Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield is visiting her daughter Mrs W W- Ray Mss Mary Brown of Louisville spent SUnday here Misses Mary Boldrick and Wilfred d Spalding of Lebanon spent Monday here on their way from Nazareth Miss Mabel Thompson is the guest of Miss Roe Montgomery of Lebanon IMrs Ike Janes Mrs Nannie Leach man and Miss Ella Duncan are in Louisville Mr J Y Mryes was called to Lou MrsIHarry Stoy of Lebanon was here Sunday Gibbs of Shelby ville was ILester of the week GertrudeShaderanon Thursday Mr and Mrs Fred Manget have re turned to their home in Louisville after- a visit to Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Hood Cunningham and Louis Kelley i spent the first of the week in Louisville Mr and Mrs HL McElroy were in Danville last week to attend the NieJMcDowlJt for Danville last week where they will sped several days before going East Matt Maves was in Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs A C McElroy will leave in a few days for Kansas City to visit there sons and to be present at thelrgrandaughterMargaret Messrs Lonnie and Earl Campbell and Joe Price were in Lebanon Sunday Robert Mayes is in Lexington this week Mr Lee McMicken has been visit Jog his daughter Mrs C L Grundy ofeMayes Sr the first of the week Miss Ruth Bohannon who under went a successful operation for ap MarysHospitalto return Miss Louise Medley of Owensboro is visiting he sister Mrs W H Mc Cauley of the Walton hotel Mist Mabel Williams is at home for the summer vacation after having been at Hamilton College for the past y arI Mrs Wm Wathen who has been consldIIerablylive but a short tune here LesterGibbSOfShelbYVt visitedI T Are you prepared to keep the necessities II I of your table Cool and Refresh r ing this Summer 7 II I R11 REFRIGERATORS A New line just received the kind with a chill and last 1 a life time at prices ranging from I v 9 to 20 I 1 The Best Values for The Least MOney I Leachman Campbells I Furniture Store I Hood Cunningham spent the first o the week in Louisville B Shader is at hone St Ma rys College for theslimmer vacation Sylvester Russell of Lebanon at tended Court here this week J W S Clements of Louisville attended Court here this week TJohn C Shader is spending this week at French Lick Springs J Chas Greene visited in Bards town last weekIRobert Mayes is in Lexington this week attending the commencement ex ercises of Kentucky University SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK Miss Mabel Price was hostess at a fancy Pin Shower on Saturday from 31 to 5 p m m honor of Miss Flatret Simms the bridetobe Miss Simms is a great favorite wit the girls in town and when she announ ced her engagement to the dearest man in theeworld Mabel could scarce ly wait to give her a shower So a pin shower was decided upon as a new idea And what a lot of pns there are to wear Each girl sent her Rift and an appropriate verse direct to Mabels home At the appointed time for refresh ments we aU marched Into the dining room ready for a treat Everything jcrepethe four corners of the room There were vases of pink and white roses and ferns on the mantel and a bank of pot ted ferns in one corner of the room The room was dark and lighted by candles which shed a soft and pretty light Over the brides table which was lovelv The centerpiece was of white with a pink and white heart set in the middle surmounted by a tiny Cupid aiming his arrow directly at Miss Simms place This heart was stuck with pins of every size and kind black headed ones in the center forminfTthe brides initials F R Around the bas e pinsiing t covered with pink crepe paper trohlthe ceiling From the holes in the soout streamed a shower of pink baby ribbon directly down to Miss Simms place where each ribbon tied a damt tpackage After manv exclrmations of wonder we calmed down enough to Partaka o our dainty refreshments which consist ed of fruit sherbet and white cak iced in pink When the bride elect commenced to open her packages her surprise and hapI piness made our joy complete One ofa6 the parcels contained a hand painted collar pin and cull buttons another a gold Dutch collar pin while the thir contained handpainted shirt waist pms She also received a charming stick pin a hand painted veil ran a box of ha pins a gold hat pin a hand painte Dutch collar pin a shirt waist set beautifully set with brilliants three handsome belt pins a crescent shap ed beauty pin a dainty handpainted belt hat pin set with brilliants in the Ashape of a star a handpainted scarf pin two twisted beauty pins t beauty pins set with pearls a hat pin set with brilliants and a topaz a pla but dainty beauty pin a lover hat pin of silver and topaz and the largest package contained rolling pin Dont you envy Flaget for having sqch a lovely shower given her If you l do then get friends together and plan a pm shower for your girl friend who going to be married and who would loye to haveone A GUEST entertainedjlast table was set in cluny and was graced with a center pieceof terns and roses while with each place card there iwere long stemmed Killarney roses Six courses were served and coverswere MisspsFlagetiHeffernan Ruhel and Albeit Harris nd Mr and Mrs Walter Leachman The young men of the tojwn gave dance last evening which rei lects grea credit upon them as enterta ners Th affair was in honor of the visitors to the town and the lases just home from college Every courtsey was shown those who attended and the entire Seven ing was a merry one The band too deserves spe ial mention giving evidence as it does of marked improvement from their recent extra work It thefMrs Fleece Bosley entertained at luncheon yesterday in honor of Miss Marv Leavell and Mr George Walsh of 4NebraskaLouisville this afternoon State Assessment 828000000 Fraiikfort Ky May 2ZTotals of the tax assessments in the yiarious coun ties of the State have been completed by the clerk of the Board of Equaliza tion and they show that the total in crease over the assessment of last year amounts to about 75000000 of which 61000000 was put on by the State Board of Equalization and the remam der by the county assessors and super visors The total assessment of 1910 was 767016596 before a9uhlizattonand after the State Board did its work the assessment totals about 823000000 invariablyhand yields quickly to the fre applica bon of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and ef fectual but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by All Druggists A story of quick wit turned to apolo geticuses is going the rounds of the English papers A alvationi Armv las sie Was being tormented by a bibulous skeptic for her belief in the store of Jonah When I get to heaven Ill ask him for an explanation she said But suppose hes not m heaven said her tormentor Then you can ask him was the crushing reply A Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin and Bright Eyes are Easy to Get All the beauty creams in creation I wont improve your complexion if your stomach is out of7order eBelching of gas and hearth rn mean bad food in the stomach Bad food means bad blood andad blo d mean s a bad complexioni Try Mioria stomact tablets for stom ach misery biliousne s dizkmesa and indigestion They relieve in ai few min utes they make rjcl red blo d They are guaranteed to cure or money back Read what a Kansas woman says I want to praise Miona stomach foreover a year for stomach tr able and goodIMiona does I only have the see ond box and it has relieved all pain in dmy stomach For all who sutler from stomach trouble or indigestio4 Miona cant be beaten You can use my name gooddme s delis B Mann 207 E llth Stj Junction City Kansas Nov 1 1909 Mi o na stomach tables ate sold by druggists everywhere and byi the Leo gwoe box Test samples free from Booths YiItYJMEI Oures catarrh or money back Just includinginhaler r 4 ii Hitiit4 I SPRING GOODS I i W2 have the most complete line of Spring Goods for tthe cultivation of gardens necessities about the house beautifying the lawn etc ever carried in stoekjn Springfield O Below we mention a few things and an inspection az lof our stock and prices will be a great saving to you it ILawn Movers iWe have the lwnmower that W will give you more satisfactory service than any other mower on the market Come and see ilThe Best Tobacco Garden Tools We have a complete line of- garden tools Rakes Hoes Shovels Spades etc and the best Tobacco Hoes on the market Perfection All of Guaranteed We a share your patronage Shul1zCleaver9 Hardware Plumbing and Tinningx+t LLhL1iihLtdi 4 F + 1 + + + + + jC + npWWw W MACK ILiE Mage Carrier wife and children visited Mrs sister Mrs Allen Royalty of Cornishville Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Lloyd Walker were en by Gabe Keightly and family Sunday Miss Bessie Sharp of Salvisa is vis iting her father John Sharp of this place Several from this place attended the decoration at Deep Creek Sunday Mrs W W Wilham and Mrs W T Barnette were in Springfield Friday snapping While on way to Rev Beard pastor of the M E Church and wife narrowly escaped asenous ac cadent As they were turning the cor ner of the Mackville and pike they met an automobile which frightened their horse and he started to I unIinjuredMrs Ida Bottom and sisters Misses Effa and Janie of Harrods burg visited Mr J A Sharp and fam ily and Sunda Willie Graves was in Perry ville Satur LightBread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kindS of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morn ing at eleven oclock Screen Wire We can save YOU money ontit Screen Wire for Windows Doors and Porches All widths and all sizes fon The Market Oil Stoves TheBlue smokeless flame and glass oven door Ask those who have one about the pleasure of summer cooking kinds Lawn Hose respectfully solicit of S fit Ltuta iTs hLK Carriers tertained their Harrodsburg Harrddsburg Johnston Saturday Hot Rolls Hoes i ilWWTW W day and Sunday Miss Laura Ksightley who has been visiting relatives at Kirkwood has returned rome Will Nalley wife and children spent Sunday with Uriah Shewmaker and family Miss Maggie Hiatt who has be nvis iiting relatives in DeKalb has returned home Mrs Taylor Harmon and son Sam mie are visiting Mr and Mrs K W Shewmaker Fireat Lebanon Lebanon Ky May 27Fire broke out in the fulane Cigar Companys fad tory and the Lebanon steamJ laundry building at 10 oclock this morning The fire started in the rear of the cigar fac tory and spread so rapidly that the up per story of the building was gutted before the fire department could reach the scene The laundry got out most of its stock The loss is fully covered by insurance LiverTabletssick headache prevent despondency and invigorate the whole system Sold by AH Druggists p JLiiiiYOU CAN GET s TELEPHONE 69 i And your order will be f promptly attended to and deRvefed fr KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town tne of our GRAPE JUICES = JTTTT r Kentuckys New State Capitol Building Dedicatedat Frankfort New Building Formally Opened With Elaborate Program Three Addresses Are Delivered At the Dedica tion ExercisesSome Hi to icaljjI J c t Kentucky Facts i l F Frankfort Every true Kentuckian viewed with heart full of pride the dedication of thb new state capitol for the capitol building of this grand old commonwealth is one of the finest in the United States and stands as a monument to the honesty and Integrity of the people who made it possible The capitol commission composed of Gov A E Willson Treasurer E Farley Auditor Frank P James Sec retary of State Bruner and Attorney dedicationtor William Q Bradley delivered tho principal address and short talks were made by Gov Willson former Gov J CT Beckliam and Mayor James H Polsgrove mayor of Frankfort Building Opened for Inspection Following the formal exercises the building was opened for Inspection by the public GoV Willson and the other state officials received during the evening In the governors reception room The members of the 1910 general assembly were all present and the ma jority of the members of the general assemblies of 1906 and 1908 who propriated the money for the toiof the building were also present rejoice with the citizens that so It work has been accomplished andI that no taint of corruption attaches A touching feature of the exercises was the decorating of the grave of thei Rev Jj McCluskey Blayney In Frank fort cemetery during the morning by a committee of the Frankfort Busi ness Mens club as provided by resoi lution of that body in recognition ofj his loyalty to and his exertions in theJ retention of the seat of government at Frankfort The grounds surrounding the capitol were not entirely completed but thoJ thebeautywhen completedSome Istorie Facts KentuckyCountyout of Fincastle County In the spring of 1783 Kentucky was Greeted into a district and a Court of Criminal as Tell as Civil Jurisdiction coextensive with the district was erected says Collins the historian The first court was held at 1YMrFirst Convention fIn Danville The first convention looking to the admission of the district into the Union as1a State was held at Danville December 1784 and was composed of delegates from each militia company in the district No definite results were secured as the Virginia Legislature prescribed such restrictions as were not accept able to the leaders of the district Much political excitement followed and it was only after seven conven tions were held that the eighth convo cation secured such concessions from the mother state as were acceptable and called the ninth convention to meet in Danville in April 1791 to form- a State Constitution Congress having on February 4 1791 passed an act ad mitting Kentucky into the Union The First Constitution The members of the ninth and final convention were elected in December 1791 met the following April and formed the first constitution This constitution was adopted by the people in May 1792 and Isaac Shelby was elected governor The legislature elected at the same time met at Lex ington in June of the same year and KENTUCKYS HANDSOME NEW STATE CAPITOL BUILDING AT FRANKFORT naaiAtca 21910 fixed upon Frankfort as the future permanent seat of government The first meeting of the legislature at Lex loghousetion is preserved The second temporary state house wnich the legislature met at Frankfort in 1793 was for its day a rather pretentious twostory frame residence the home of Andrew Holmes who do nated the land upon which to erect a gavemuchtion of the first permanent state house A fairly good picture of which is given herewith This building was destroyed by fire In November 1812 and the second one which was erected 181416 see illustration was burned in 1824 Volumes Could Be Written During the years 182729 the classi cal state house recently vacated and which is shown in illustration was erected It was the seventh building used as a state house Volumes could written of this grand old building and the happenings within its walls for the greater part of Kentuckys po litical history has been made during the threequarters of a century it had been occupied Within its walls all of Kentuckys famous men of that time have been heard and her greatest jurists have handed down learned decisions many of which have been ac cepted by the Nation and Sister Com monwealths as the correct interpetra tion of the law Cost Over Two Millions The new Capitol building grounds electric light plant landscape garden ing and other improvements will cost when completed two and a half million dollars and there has never been the leastsuspicion of graft connected with the work The building of a new state house commensurate with the wealth and dignity of the Commonwealth had long been considered and discussed at many sessions of the General Assembly but it was not until 1894 under the administration of Gov Beckham that an appropriation fo1e million dol lars wasmade to begin the work The commission consisting of Gov J C W Beckham Auditor S W Hager Secretary of State H V Mc ANDREW HOLMES MAJ JAMES LOVES HOUSE FRANKFORT vv OCCUPIED IN 1793 AS THE SECOND TEMPORARY STATE r J HOUSE INSIDE VIEW NEW STATE CAPITOL LOOKING FROM HALL OF THE HOUSE TOWARD THE SENATE CHAMBER Chesney State Treasurer Henry Bos worth and Atty Gen Hayes together with Architect F M Andrews decided that the grounds occupied by the old state house were not large enough or that its location In the center of the city was not a suitable place for the new building Decide to Purchase New Site Accordingly in 1905 Gov Beckham convened the legislature in extraordi nary session to consider theimatter of a new location After some weeks consideration it was decided to pur chase a new site at the extreme south limit of South Frankfort about a mile from the old and an appropriation was made to buy the forty or more acres selected Ground was broken for the new building in 1906 and the magnificent building was completed and occupied in less than lour years It is one of the most complete and convenient Capitol buildings in the country many persons who are familiar with public buildings throughout the United States pronounce it without a superior for the purposes for which It was erected The illustrations given herewith fur ulxh but a faint idea of its grandeur especially the interior views The view from the front pjf the hall of the House of Representatives looking toward the Senate Chambfei gives but a poor ex pression of the arbleand granite pil lars and balustJ1ldes arches and grand winding stalr which command admiration of all who enter the mag nificent vestlbul for the first time The room where sltjs Kentuckys highest court is a marvel of beauty but the architect and dsignerseemcd to con centrate thCP91er of is genius when he came decide upon the furnishing of he room as signed to the governor for public occa sions Our illustration gives some idea of the beauty of this room but it is only to be fully appreciated when seen Commodious and Convenient The various offices for the depart ments are Commodious and convent ent Nothing that would conduce to the dispatch cti business or the com fort of the officials seems to havfWjeen overlooked or neglected After man years of wishing and waiting those whohavo felt ia pride in Ken luckVg First Permanent State House Frarjc tort Ky Built 1793 and De stroyed by fire 1813 June AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor ofKentucky wealth and greatness are rejoiced the she is no longer ashamed to invite a stranger to visit her Capitol It is but proper to state that the completion of the building was under the administration of Gov Augustus s E Willson assisted by State Auditor Frank P James Secretary of State Ben L Bruner Stato Treasurer Edward Farley and Atty Gen Jntne- Breathitt and that they have been credited with having maintained the standard for ability and honesty es tablished by Gov Beckham and hlsfel low commissioners VICTORY FOR STATE OF KE TUCKY Washlngtun The supreme court an n opinion written by Justice Lurton affirms the judgment of the court of appeals of Kentucky In the case the BrownKorman Co against th slate of Kentucky in its attack on the occupation tax In its opinion the court holds that there has been no arbitrary discrimination against the resident rectifiers and that the same business carried on beyond the stat could not have been subject to a tax It declares that the tax is n upon the product but upon the bust nes of producing the product In t ate M J OBRIEN FOR GOVERNOR ConnectedNew York Democrats JudgeMorganJ bytheernor of New York Whether he will practicforeven his closest friends do not yet know JudgeOBriengovernor but his corporation cbnnec Morgan J OBrien moneyinterestssaysom ponents should he decide to be a can didate and get the nomination anop portunity which they would not over lookMorgan J OBrien was born in the city of New York on April 28 1852 He was educated in the public schools of New York and afterward studied at St Johns college Fordham from which Institution he was graduated in thefollowingof St Francis Xavier in West Six teenth street New York city where he received the degree of A M After two years in the Columbia law school iShe was graduated with the degree of LLD and upon admission to the bar practicedealing with large commercial andIcorporate interests and was also callled upon in litigation affecting the city of New York Its docks water fronts bonds etc He proved himself such an able and successful counsello In the various causes public and pri1 vate intrusted charge that Mayor Hewitt selected him for corporation counsel In 1887 while still acting as corporation counsel Mr OBrien was elected justice of the su preme court and in 1895 he was ap governorLevi completionofnominated by acclamation to succeed himself both the Republican and Dem ocratic parties joining in the nomina tion His reelection was therefore practically unanimous Upon the death of Justice Van Brunt Judge presidingjustinot have ended until 1915 but he resigned from the bench in 1906 and be came a senior member of the firm of OBrien Boardman 8c Pratt now OBrien Boardman Platt Littleton When the Equitable Life Assurance so clety underwent reorganization the controlling stock of James Hazen Hyde being conveyed to three trustees who were to hold the same in behalf of the policyholders Morgan J OBrien was selected as one of the trustees with the late President GraI Westinghousetaut trust A Corrective Measure The presiding genius m a local then ter box office enjoys telling this one A solemn and dignified old chap of the approachedthticket e asked with great particularity for a certain seat on the right side of th dress circle Now the moment he mentioned the row and seat number the ticket seller was aware that it locatedtthe old gentlemanseemed to kno what he wanted it was not for the ticket man to cavil However curiosity overcame his discretionand after handing over the ticket and resolving the money he inquired of the purchaserS sirsNot In the least suh drawled the threelimesthis theaytuh you have planted me basic of tBat confounded post on the lopNNow suh I propose to sit on the othah side the houseand see if I cant rub aah my neck back Into shapePltts urg GazetteTimes v CanadaeAccording to Consul General Jones jflt Winnipeg Canada is in great need of rat traps Farmers In the grai belt are becoming anxious over th nvaslon of rodents from the United tao a a win efficiencyofan to check them by inocula heticuwith a communicable virus liavt so far failed to stop their march ad1P l ti Never arymIQuality or Taste Because the utmost care is taken by LibbysChefaI toselect only thechoicest preparethem manner every time You unIformis the reason that the use of Libbys gives such general satisfaction to every housewife Try IJbby Dried Beef Mexican Tamales HfcmLoaf Chili con Caratt Vienna Saus- Eyaporated t Milk For luncheon spreads or everyday meals they are just the thing Keep a supply lin the house You never can fyell when they will come m handy Ask j for Libbys and be sure you tget Libby UbbyMcNein Libby Chicago Benda 2FLY = CIIExonra Pyramid Tlj Catcher which keep willy our mef7 ees The liM PIRAMIDI Jiinora wnltarrthan flr paper and world Jthasbehungupontottheway lies Sold br arneen and ftntygttttfnfso each 3DaaasBt iY See Our Pocket Edition NO STROPPING NO HONING TH6 Willing to Pay for Rammer When the British square at the battle pf Abu Klea in the Nubian desert was penetrated by the dervishes one of them attempted to spear a gunner = who was In the act of ramming home a charge The Briton brained the Sudanese but the rammer head split on the mans hard ukull Next day the gunner was sent for Mistaking the reason and knowing from experi eijce that soldiers are charged for government property which they break he led oft with Please sir Im very sorry I broke the yammer but I never thought the fellows head could be so hard Ill pay for the rammer so as to hear no more of the case They Surely Wouldf fathenglrhwithof which she was eating one Bis fa her was about to say She thinks she is very smart as the son called his attention to it The boy spoke up saidePa would those red peppers make you smart if you eat all of them Hlr father replied Yes con The Idea mirrorwOh that accounts for it sAccounts for what Yesterday he asked melt a woman ever got too old to bo pleased alookingglass There fe a reasonsWhy GrapeNuts does correct A weak physical or a Sluggishmental condition The food is highly nutritious Vf And is partially predigested So that it helps the organs pIT the stomach To digest other food It is also rich in the Vital phosphates that go Pe V delicate gray matter of brain and nerve centres Read The Road to WelMif- In pReasortppoaxuicBatU ttttKlcL 2ti TT SERIAL STORY aw- eThe Master JJ of Craven II By Made VairVorst Author of ti Amanda of the Mill U = Miss Desmond etc etc III I VJVJWJWWJWmCopyright by J11 Upplncott Company 9 SYNOPSIS Basil Xem est worlds greatest poet and novelist refusing further to be lion Jed shuts himself up In Craven his country home His gloomy meditations are broken by the admission of an Ameri Engl11dtomore especially a synopsis of his new belngdisturbedand asks Lucy to go Repenting his rude therainrefuses to return to Craven with him and takes lOdging with a cottager Next- ptornfng Lucy receives an apology from InftItingsheWritesempest Induces her to remain and read anzu1tatlon LentonJ the husband gets a divorce She insists o forCrotthalladyto continue the writing Tempest burns anaondimenco as their work progresses VContlnuedIAt Mrs Ramsdiils during the long afternoon hours she tried to set her mind inorder to ask herself what she was doing and towards what end sheI went There was no one in the world to whom she was responsible unfortunately free her life was her own But this was no reason why she should create for herself especial u happiness or danger Her idea of writing a sketch of Mr Tempest appeared the acme of folly She wouldI sink down on her bed In a state of nervous excitement overstrained by the mornings effort and bewildered at her indifference to everything that was not Craven But the character of her reflections left her no time to dwell on the practical face of the case or to tremble for an uncertain absorbing1ll1edto control her attitude in her attic room and would throw herself on her bed her dark head hidden in her arms and thus relive the day until her feelings terrified her and close to unhappiness she would rise wander up and down look out of the low window in the eaves to search the road tq Craven How long it seemed and how It stretched away Into her life as she looked leading to an end she could not divine She usually ended by vigorously composing her mind and forcing her self to see that the folly of her in terest was no indication for ultimate happiness Her heart contracted at the reasonable thought that she was probably not at all in the mind of Mr Tempest except as an unknown American a woman of different taste and racenothing more than an agreeable machine an impersonal aid that ministered to some caprice of his and which he had not hesitated to employ This frank view hurt and harmed her and before it could cure herhad it been able to do BO falseness shook her control anew Sh had at first known him for a frown- Ing threatening discourteous gentlethman He now gave himself charm her or rather let himself certainlybeher live imagination he seemed to call her across the miles that lay between them As she took her leav of him his look claimed that she should return and although he never said anything to bring her even was forbidding in his goodbys Lucy hearh1it gave her troubled dreams Tempest each day after Miss Carew left lunched in lonely splendor smoked and meditated rode or walked befornightfalland chose the most out ofthe wal y uponLucyIT wanderings She took them he knew but she could not have fol 3 lowed his Mad Anthony tramps One day before she began to write he said I want you to lunch here today and go over to Penthuen with me 1 cant write any more until Ive been to the castle Its an aesthetic tonic I take every now and then and I know this weather its changing this is the last fine day well have for ages Lets squander It together Why do you hesitate he asked sharply I want you to go The day was clear and mild alongI the hedges the holly reddened and the warm dampness of the air bespoke rain The windows of the brougham motor were open and the golden air gMisscoat tight fi t1n1 buttoned up to her chin and a toque of cloth from un der whose furry edges the bright line of her hair ran like copper She glowed in her corner of the car Th days brilliance seemed held in her as in a fulcrum Penthuen stands in a park of oaks through whose bare branches th gray and red of the towers burned an shone Its Elizabethan Tempest said They passed through the gates Into a porterslotlgesandenue iIts not so beautiful as Craven delightedDohave you feel otherwise but Im afraid your only kind Penthuen more historic On dit that Elizabe had it built for an obscure favorite of hers She made merry here as worntiTheres no one here today He held out his hand to he from the car We have peMhuen to ourselves and with the Past The castle was a museum its trees Ares famous In two continents At the door they dispensed with th old servant who acted as guide and who knew Mr Tempest to have the privilege the house Miss Carew passed through the roomtenues of history from picture to pl ture from knight templar to the Spanish Armada Every now and the Tempest would turn from the lie was discussing to look at her but coughhisagaiAte the stained windows let in floods of yellow and crimson light he opens the doors and led her out on to thne Let me show you sjhlre as nowhere else you will be able to see ItShe leant with him gees the railing d silently enjoyed and at length he Ba to her ina tone whose vibrant feeling made her shake as if he ha struck the stone pn which she lease and it had trembled Why do you keep your yes from mer His question and tone were so unexpected that she could not for the soul of her speaknor move She leaned as she was her face from him After a second in which she could hear her heart beat he said quietly n1You are right to do so Never loo at meor mylikeagain There was such depth of melancholy and despair In his voice that F jj f li You Are Not Glad to See Me she Involuntarily lifted her head see that he had started sharply a was looking through the open do b hind him Into the picture hall he gave an exclamation and she s him flush and start he turned and took her by the arm thrusting her little around the balconys curve of sight of the window Stand there he commanded tl move till I come for you He shad averted his face from her and bowed and lifted his hat and atepp 1f way out of the balcony back i n toine rooom Basil What a firtunate counterHow do YOU do Tempest said coolly Where are the rest of y party eThe rest of my party Is one Frenchman we have driven over from Galeswater where we are at a dismal house party I have left the viscount at the porters lodge when I heard that Mr Tempest was doing the castle I decided I would rather see you than the treasure with my gentleman So I told him thatIt par grand malheur the castle was refused today lat Lady Penthuen was ill and I should run in and to see her How well you lie I have often lied well for you she said gravely Let me come out and pimtain h lLady Ormorid leaned as Miss done on the balcony rail but she looked at Tempest tear- lessly and not at the sunset Basil I have scarcely eaten or slept since I saw you coldlybutOh you will say what you please and I cant blame you put you are- cruel How well you look how handsome and how austere She put her hand on his arm I dont believe one word of what you wrote to me Hush he said furiously I for bid you to speak of fL Lady Ormond said gently For ive me only deltt ftlaxn BM IH I dont blame you hImherdraw from his face animation or In IFptepatient and annoyed You are not glad to see 2ie No Lady Ormond aredrudeness It was a trap you set for believeitLady Ormond he said you must impabentHer eyes filled with angry tears kindlytall this avail havethlieve In me Basil He shrugged There Is no question of belief or disbelief I had your an werlt was a natural one I Would otherrHeavQnforI understand she said narrowly anotheer a herbeyondall she re terated in a voice strained putbeforE irecs a wretched g mo whatt are free He had d her from thefatal bal cony into the long hall where ha breathed mare easily now they were out of hearing He could be tempo ate now dao e yourself a termagant Youre really only a nlcej woman you know She othing She had lost him and must accept it but it angered her beyond her grief She looked at him fixedly What is her name He hesitated and then the Idea saidd a choose it hould bea Latin name e yourselfitShe studi d him If what you told me is true but his expression stonped the words on her lips She ba him oodby without giving him her hand and hastily left the gallery stepka he could a loss what to say or doirritatedNdjscomfited and somewhat amused As he stepped out qn the balcony apdmade the turn expecting to see the ash of the red dress and to encount r with his own Miss Carews e barrassment he started gapeTem looked over the parapet before he saw that there was an open window leading to another apartment kind he went hastily Into a library wh1 h he found that he knew of old In highbacked chair In the deep ensconse of a window MIDI Carew sat Reading The full glory of the sunset wrapped hex Her fare hedidHer hands were trembling but this he did not see for they were beneath the book she held She appeared to sit there in peace and to lift to him a serene untroubled face He could have fallen at her feet TO BE CONTINUED The Hopping Prince Senator Tilman at a Washington thetosaidor heamake the mistake committed by an Amen acan In Afghanistan outThis American entertained the himdrooms his houseI aredhis apartment and was amazed entireenIn the oddest way They conversed politely walkingogreat leaps of eight or nine feet reasonpolitely replied isforegreen witbIroses herennd there a sacred color with us so we are obliged to hop from rose to ruse is good exercise but rather latish ulng I confess tryNew Uses of Cement European engineers are said to nt very appreciative of the value of ce defectlnmasonrytunnel roofs water tight In Germany a well polluted b3 infiltrations wa put Into satisfactory condition by drumfillingand the walls of the well with Portland cement and withdrawing the drum after the cement had set Thi damaged masonry of a tunnel was re paired by injecting liquid cement un der pressure Air at a pressure ol seventyeight pounds per square Incl sufficed to force the cement into place Youths Companion Parental Loyalty girtherFar from It He told the bridegroom that she had the disposition t an angel IA trickster is merely a person who the better of us Xn WlnSIoirs Soothing Syrup mtaeeatnticmmanonanayspalncureswlndooaa The man who plants a ladder never knows what will come tip PERRY DAVIS PAI KHIERFor a sudden chin or cold of whisker summorcomplntthismedlclaeaeverfalh A mustard plast rdan always be depended upon to do something smart EyeslinesdruggistaIt costs more to liv e low than it did a hundred years ago but they had no baseball then Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any liensCalash OWefor the last years and believe him perfectly boa c1AJl7abled OHallsdirectly upon the blood and mucous aurtacep of the perbottleTake Halls Family Fills for constipation From Habit t Life Insurance The company has rejected your application on the ground that you lied in your answers Why did you say that ybur circulation Is good Mr Koloom Honest I couldnt help Jt Thats my busfpess You see Im DailyBoomerPuck Yaller1 Some soaps are so Y liow that no word describes them so well as the homely old expression yeller They are made of cheap grease often rancid and lots of rosin is putt in to give the soap weight Add to this the strong caustic and you understand why ypur table linen rots and yq to white garments come from the laundry with streaks of dirt Ironed in them Use Easy Task sdapTthe pure white guaranteed soap that is an enemy to dirt and a friend to fabrics The Man Invasion The witch out fora moonlight jaunt on her favorite broomstick had just escaped belbg un down by joyriderrOh this Is simply maddening she cried hysterically fto of man Invading the one fl ld of which we women have had a monopoly for thebrutewitchIA SOLDIERS EXPERIENCE Hardships of Army Life Brought On a Severe Case of Kidney Trouble H NI Camp 1356 Delaware St Den ver Colo says Dur ing the SpanishAmer ican war I contract ed a severe kidney trouble After re turning home I was under a physicians care for months but grew gradually worse Finally I got so bad I could not hold the urine at all I also had intense suffer ing from back pains Doans Kidney Pills made improvement from thfe first and soon I was well and strong Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box FoaterMIlburn CoBuffalo N Y We are our best when we try to be- ti not for ourselves alone but for our brethren Phillips Brooks = U1 ALCOHOL3 PER h A1egetablePreparationforAs ulail Promotes DigeshonCheerfu- lnessandRestContaii neither i ineraltOTICwim4 Sm i te 4 lit JiKAU Ioo APerfect for z z lion Sour StomachDiarrhoea everishltness acSimite Signature ot OyTilE CENTAUR t NEW FORK 1I- GuAranteed under the Fooda xect Copy of wrapper t r When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills wouldnt any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy woi d also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble dieEi11i 1iiliii Fltchvme Ohio W31y daughter was an rem f down suffered from pains in her side headandlimbs and could walk but a short distance at ai time She came very near having nervous t prostration had begun to cough a goodjeal tried1mJlli Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Blood Purifier and liver Pills she has Im Pf t11 = proved so much that she feels and looks like p another girlssbliss C Cole FitchyiUe Ohio rr Irasbtirg VermontI feet it my duty to begantakingbles and nervous prostration Iam now the sixth bot fgreatlya great changehire A H Sanborn Irasburg Vermont We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful fortheirtheir permission or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited What more proof can any one ask i For 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable forfemaleherself who will not try this famous medicine andhasfe Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women hastiedMrs Pinkham Lynn Mass RESINOL ecxeea The for prompt and al forms of and irritation of the 50 cents jar all or sent direct on receipt of price A certain cure for piles MD ulhave found in my nothing to equal far aM of the skin S S Stewart Stewart Ststtea Pa FLYKLLER aDJWllereaa fatct oftnetalesnaot split or orer nototloroioreer thin Gnuaatwil lUnOLD Delalb 5wTrk U1UTPH MEN AND WOMEN for quickest earthEverywomanGoods today Bite lark city sore eyes usa trash Nri no Thompsons Eye W N U NO 221910 ASTORIA r and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Sigvahue tjY of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA tit eetlHlIT em1 stops itching Is the most effective applica lion known for best dressing burns or scalds a effectual remedy In inflaauMtioa eraptioM skin a druggists itching RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE experience RESINOL diseases DAISY UadlctedwUh eluun Water CINCINNATI Infants FRE EsendpQ Say Better and more econmnlca than liquid antiseptics FOR ALL TOILET USES OAXTINE 1 TOILET ANTISEPTIC Gives one a sweet breath clears witgermfree teethantiseptically cJtaTmouth and throatpurifies tine bred afteramokingdiapelall dia4agi eabla perspirationand body odors much appreciated by dainty woman A quick remedy for sole eyes and catarrh A little Psxtme powder dissolved in a glass of hot water makes a delightful antiseptic so lution possessing extnofdjaarr Icleannng germiodal sad heal power and sbtohtely Kana lest Try a Sawple 50c a large box at druggiAr or by mad THE PAXTON TOILETCO BOSTON MAS Stoptaking liquid physic or big or little pills that which makes you worse instead of curing Cathartics dont curethey irritate and weaken the bowels CASCARETS make the bowels strong tone the muscles so- theythey crawl and workwhen do this they are healthy producing right results fit1 1CASCAIUtTS toe a box for a weeks druggists niggestBeiler- worldthe a Saottta t AakleeLrebanre e J LastsaaeiaadaNaysPais9utakly removingthebalrorlayIngtheletlia ssWABSOKBINE JR HumMnd S108 ad kbottle bar Strains Goof Varicose Veias Varies ccloHTflroccle Pro taUtlaklll ltI YosrartMlbe teLloaweeifw r looao P a F sis xeapto st Buiniiit its 16010 114010 IIfromSix Per Cent Rial Estate laMlft Besides sharing In te proflta of a acv poratlon for particulars DeptJLIt IDEBENTURE OF NEW YtiR 334 Fifth Avenue Hew York CMr PATENT lour Ideas iips e loolsaara- v ce Sa Sg JIMiJlI eIIJfupnW4cBaK wt J L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYt to c hi tHp iff tli fli i +++ ittlIltJ ttIJ l ISPEUMREDUCING i +ah v Owing to the backward season we are compelled to reduce our stock to raise money and i 1910tb ever uptodatetand1 Ladies Furnishingsions + Best Quality Pins during this nale per paper + only 1 Cj011 LatHes Handkercliiejs wilL be sold during this sale for e chH 3C d t Ladles BUck and Tan Hose worth 150 will be sol 3 during this saje for per pair 9C 21titC Ladies Black and Tan Hose worth soc will + jb2 sold during this sale for per pair 42C Laces worth 6c and 7c per yard will be sold duringthis sale ipr vJ 3C I Lace worth to and I2c yer yard will be I 7Asold during this hie for 7 Laces woath 20 and 25c per yard will be sold during this sole for 19 C 54tC woTte 15 and iffic per yard z will be sold dtring this sale for 1Oc Embroideries worth 25 and 35C per yard will be sold during this sale for 19c Calicoes Lawns Ginghams Etc 1tIt Calicoes in all the latestdesigns all colors 5cthis sale penyard onlyu Lawns in all the latest effects will be sold during this sale for per yard only Q 12 Cr f Lawns that are worth I2Y and isc will be Dcsold during this sale for per yard Y Batiste they kind you pay far elsewhere 12 I 9cand t5c we will sell during this sale forger yard CperSilk Ginghams worth 50 and will be sold during this sale 75cpervard40c Z Ponge Silk worth 65c and 75C per yardwill 43c+ be sold curing this sale foraa 25ci+ 1 RaindeerG loves worth 150 and 175 QAper pair will be sold during this saleJor p 1 Work Gloves worth 50 and 75c per pair 43cv will be sold during this sale for 4 SPARROW are getting behind with their work on account of the continued wet weather Corn is a good but is eeding worfp badly Wheat oats and rye are very J C Stewart sold to Gore of loomfield one sow and eight pigs for W C Camm 1 ck bought of Clinton XxOlis a nice saddle and harness mare at bargain Harvey Case sold to Calvert Shee two heifers at 520 per head f r Vowels bought of TM Sparrow one sawmill for 175 J C Stewart is building an addition toWs which will add much to the looks ofnprcmlsesIf r Mitchell was in Louisville sey era dava ast week la n In a full line of dry goods apd and is now ready to supply the public with any thiiig they may need in his line Newton Dnnnjs bas about his work on the building he was erect ing for E T Mitchell Memorial services wefe held at Fair iftbunt last Friday There was a large crowd present which was addressed by EjP Dedman who delivered a splendid- addreg to a very attentive audience W Co Cammack and wife were called to the bedside of J C at Chapli the first ot last week He Is Corset Covers Waists and Skirts 42willSSstyles79besold 98beC Ladles Waists worth 5nd 759 will be sold during this sale for each 43C 98be48be98willWe have a large lot of theispace to give prices we ask you to call and see them We will give big values at reasonable prices Mens Furnishings 89soldC 43duriMens Neckwear worth 5pc will be sold during this sale tor 43C Mene Neckwear worth 2 during this sale for CI43willC 21willC Mens Handkerchiefs will be sold during this sale tor each C4C Mens Suspenders sold during this sale for per pair oo1 Dc Mens Suspenders worth 250 will be sold during this sale for per pair C Mens S during Ct9sc Cthis42cthis t Z t Farmers promising JSdraonson groceries completed Cammnck Bordered wiUJbe 21 last week in Louisville of Mesdames Frank Sweazy Luther Sni der Ben Keeling and George Armstrong last Monday afternoon with Mrs placellSrs last with her sister Mrs W H at Chaplin T S Stewart of Spencer county spent one last week with J C familyMiss of Coxs last week with her sister here Mrs J Ti Hughes and granddaught family Born Sunday 5th to Mr and Mrs T A a son Saved from Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his was prevented is told by A D Mc Donald of Fayetteville N C it F D No consumption weaker every day as all remedies that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For cou hs 100 Trial free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson I Kentucky Dates daysDanvilleLexington August 86 days Taylorsville August 94 days town August 95 days Vanceburg Auirust days Lawrenceburg August 164 days daysBroadheadEwing August 174 days daysLondon daysFernysHardstown daysFlorence Falmouth September 284 days Hows We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be by Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F Slippers and Shoes Queen Quality Lowcuts includes bluechers buttons and ties in patent leather vici kid and tan and latest shapess 300 and 350 qualities during this sale per pair ZpMwlS We will sell our2 00 and 2 50 low cuts during this sale for per paira i 1 79 tit All our 175 Lowcuti will be sold during this ii salt for per pair 39tit We carry a full line of Mens Shoes of every + description BenHur in sa tent leathers and tans worth 350 4 and 4 00 per pair during this sale W l O iWe handle the Schafer Bros of New York and itT theClover Brands s Suits worth 1800 and 20 00 will be sold m M during this sale for per fitinSuits worth 1000 and 12 50 will be sold during Qthis sale for per suit WI48 fit We have a big line ofYouthfand Childrens +Clothing on which we can save your tit + HATS + WWe handle the SwanAbraham Hats and Swans 3 boand 3 50 Hats will be sold during Qthis sale for each mm 75 eKentucky Colonels worth 250 and 300 will be A esold during this said for each LIB 00 Our Columbia Special 360and 300 wil A be sold during this sale for each mm 73 Hats worth 275 and 2 50 will be sold during fit this sale for each 198 Hats worth 200 and 175 will be sold during tt +this sale for eychaa n 38 0Panama Hats worth 500 and 6 00 will be sold +during this sale for each 398 Panama Hats 4 00 and 5W wilt be sold A 78fitduring this sale for eachAH our 100 Hats will be sold during this sala for each 73c Straw Hats that are worth50 and 75c will be +during this sale tor eachaaaaboldc fit We have a gseat many other articles but not having the space to menton them we ask vou to came and inspect our stock and see fob yourself that we will give you the best + for the money We also refund your ifarticles f gate not satisfactory tit i H KROME BIO mfleld Jy o + + o++ + tit+ ++ + + +++ ++ ++ +++ ++oo ++ stand John private house C + + paralysisHarry spent week Black night Creek spent spentlastMay Smith family 8uM palehadDiscoverywas hemorrhageallbronchIal bottle Pair dvsIUnion daysPerryville 104 daysErlanJter daysHodgenvltle SeptemberThis cured Halls i CLOTHING it suitIZI money others worth worth Straw + 4- money r = beIanciallyfileby his firm MartinWholesale 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is takeniinternal ly acting directly upon the bood and mucous surfaces of the systenl Testimonials sent free Price 75ci per bottle Sold by all druggists onstipatibnTHE REFORMED GrayGaveBeen a miser clost and hard yardWuzNigh a soul or give a cent Heered last night he gave his wife All he saved up all his jIiSounds onreal but taint no lie I jist seen th hearse go by I jist heered that Jimmy Green cleanIBMnan All her hopeless married life iHeered last night he got the grit jSomehow in his soul t quit ounds o rreal but taint no lie j J fist se0h th hearse go by v Quit her scoldin goodan Heered her husbands aUIiFirst time in a rigntjsmart Liddv allus used t say somedayButMade up her mind to quit lieIYleesFoundAbner moved about until Nothin seemed to fill the bill yetWuz dewButSounds onreal but taint no lie I byJWants To Help Some One For thirty arsJ F Boyer of Fer tile Moneeded help and couldnt fi it Thats why he wants to help so himselffeelsNervousness Loss of Appetite La tude and Kidney disorders He she that Electric Bitters work wonders for writwhollyand hearty H Its also T0 itively gUR ranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Complaland nts ay don Robertsons i i I 1 Dr WPtrfii Jtr Practical Dentiso A SPRINGFIELD KfNTUC Y AiworkOffice over Haydon Barber B On LAKt4 Insurance AgentrjSPRINGFIELD KENTUC Life Fire and AcddentF JOHN Y MAYfll Funeral lOf And Licensed Embalmer TRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial RtYes Telephone tray 19 Night 7 LV DR MW HYATT OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12m 4toSpm Dr J C Mucfe SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Sj orncB pJ iRoa r Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2 P MV J H LAMPTON M D SPRING kIELD Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence N638 t SCOTT ArrATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will ractice in the courts of W a9lling ony aleindI W CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of a mdadiotningconntiegandinahecourts o Ac MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building r ix i tndr t S M CAMPBELL rAUCTlONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWill yr able Phone 84 H M BRUSSELL AUCTIONEER 1i Lebanon Ky Rt3 Cryingof public sales a specialty Cantcry sales any wheie cheaper than thecheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange di OonstipatioNOweFree With the first signs of constipa bomemethodeI ybariwhen these fail atiipurgativetic pills etc If you have gone throucb wereI t ucbaIIguaranteedsuits Its ingredients are such that by a eImusclesyocaDodaonMSanvUJewill Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O thereSyourname ItItei4edollar tinue to use it for a brief time until tkedOleeffeeUadmoney will be refunded Tla remedy is over a queries er a see fury old and is personally takes by ndmore druggists any other simitar feemeforhepiecedssiranwsthe stomach liver or bowels abeewMy atetterHer the free sample seal yerr name and on s peirtal sold w otherwise Fer either request tfce Aeetef address It Dr W B CaMw iMCai111 KUetlleIIL Far sale by The Red Croisa Drug Store