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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r 4 t e 5 btKc 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 12 d VUVME VI Ji hi SMINQFIELD KY WEDNESDAY f JUNE 8 1910 I T NUMIER27 t t i ICIRCUIT COURT H PROCEEDINGS TtiungJlury in the Case of Erastus HollidayOtherCasestx The jury having the case of the Com monwealth vs Erastus Holliday under consideration for killing Thos Ward fast November was unable to reach an agreement and were discharged Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock by Judge Thurman after haying deliberated over the case from 1 oclock the night before It is reported that seven of the jurors voted for acquittal four for a convic tion of manslaughter and that one was noncommittaL Every member of the wasihopelesslyof the evidence for the defense the care was ably argued by Mrs Polin Mc 1 byMessrsthe prosecution Three hours to the sIde was agreed upon and the six hours were taken up with speeches and succinctly setting forth forcefullyI tions of the respective bides fendant is out on bond and the case will again be called at the next term of Circuit Court inl The Sympson will case is on trial Circuit Court this week 1twal caned Monday afternoon and is still in pro yetcbmplelhave concluded the propounders will in trdduce their evidence There are fifty revntyfive witnesses to be examined so the case will probably consume y a day or two more The contestants are R L Sympson Mrs Annie Carney Mrs Chas Spalding Hall Sympson and Arthur Sympson The contestees are the remaining children of John Symp son Mr Sympson died lastyear leaving an estate valued at 20000 He left three children by his first wife and seven by his second Before his death he bad given Mrs Carney Mrs Spalding and R L Syrapsoh money or land which the beneficiaries of the will claim was In lieu of anything that might have beEn devised to them The contestants maintain that their father was mentally incapable of making a will and that the money and land given was not in tended to bar them from final partici pation in the division of the estate The contestants are represented by Attorneys John W Lewis of this place Nat W Halsteaa Smith Barlow and Frank Sympson of Bardstown The propoun ders have ats their attorneys W C Mc Chord T S Mayes and W K Grigsby of this place and Kelly Cherry of Bardstown The grand jury adjourned on Friday after returning about fifty indictments mostly for misdemeanors The gran jury was in session only about seven days but they did good work while in session Charlie Clay the little negro boy who cut Estill Hardin a little white boy last February was tried last Saturday and found guilty uy a jury in the Cir suit Court He was given one year in the penitentiary 4Th College Tostmaster The Dramatic Club of St Marys Col lege composed of a number of the boys from that well known institution wilj on the evening of Thursday June 16 at the Opera House at thisj lace prese the thre act comedy entitled Th College Tostmaster There will also be specialties between the acts while a oneacMarce The Blind Beggar will he given and a violin solo rendered by Prof Wuerth MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D D Prescription stops the awful itch with the first drop A Prescription of ack owledged value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take away the itch right away and you will j step roundly Te assure you perspn ally of the merits of this remedy for KNOW fiayddn k Robertson tt i r i A RunawayI Considerable unpasinesswasfelt here yesterday evening when two horses stripped of their harness andcovered with foam which had been driven by Will Russell Ray Goodwin and Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell dashed into town Immediate investigation was made and it was discovered that the horses had become frightened at an au to and had broken the tongue of the toIboy who took the second conveyance to the party of young people attempted to drive the frightened horses they got away from him and ran No one was hurt Hit em Again v The splendid rain of Saturday night and Sunday made an excellent tobacco season and the farmer has been hump iitg himself to get his tobaccos t Labor IS so starve that the prices paid setters has been unusually high ranging from two to four dollars per day some farmers haying paid as high as forty cents an hour This has been beneficial to the town as some of the regular loiterers and most of the bad boys have found the wages so tempting as to go to work for a few days TIMESAVI ATIONMEET Thousands Going To See Aero planes Soaring The Skies at Louisville June 1819 Nothing that has taken place in Ken tucky In recent years has roused nedr the interest that iS being manifested in The Times Aviation Meet that is to be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs on June 18 soil 9and recent achieve ments m aeronautics have served to oJIAlsbany to New York and the previou performance of Louis Pauihan the Frenchman who flew from London to Manchester in England are still fresh m the public mind and as Curtiss heads a team of aviators to appear at The- journeyTimes meet thousands will from all parts of the State to see this wonderful birdman duplicate some of his remarkable feats Besides Curtiss will be Charles K Hamilton who has entered for the 30 000 prize flight from New York to Chi crgo C JOIBud Mars who also will try for this handsome purse Hor are B Wild who is to essay a flight aerda Caring skypilot Every railroad in Kentucky an Southern Indiana has made reduce- rates for the two days ot the meet an tickets will be good returnning on the Monday following In addition many railroads will run special excursion trains to Louisville for this occasion o which the fares will be remarkably low Every indication sayrailroad officials is for the largest crowds on June 18 and 19 that have ever come to this city The aviators obtained bv The Times have already proved their mettle and the meet prbmisss in every way to out strip any other given in the United States The Times is spending thou sands of dollars to bring these birdmen doubteprove s of persons all over the State few of whom have ever seen an aeroplane inaction Thus its educational value will make it well worth the time of every body who wishes to keep abreast of the times Letter From Montana The followinglater was received by Mr J A Shader a few days ago from his daughter Miss Margaret Shader which will be of interest to her friends and acquaintances here ButteMontJune4 1910 yesIterdaymountains are grand show on top of them When I write a letter will tell more of the country Saw lots of prairie land and Blanket Indians also Custers Battlefield and the burying ground Margaret t IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY Makes Mr W Heffernan Rube yArid Miss flaget Chapeze Simms Man And Wife Probably the leading event of th year in Springfield social circles was the wedding of Miss Flaget Simms and Heffernan Rubel which was solemnized with impressive ceremonies and amidst beautiful surroundings last Thursday afternoon Father Hennessey per formed the ceremony which took phC e in St Dominics church in the presence of a large crowd of friends of the con tracting parties The church had been elaborately and tastefully decorated for the occasion the chancel being a yet table bower of flowers ferns and pot ted plants and which made a most fitting back ground for the wedding cere mony The music was furnished by Mrs Jodie Spalding and Mis Sue Ray and Albert Nunan on the guitar while Mrs Frank C Peters sang Devotion as the nuptial knot was being tied The bride was attired in white lac princesselinesa white satin hat trimmed with yello roses Her bridal bouquet was wI posed of brides roses She entered simmslwhgreom was best man Albert Harris of Lebanon The ushers were Wm Medley of OwensboroRich ard Wathen ot Bardstown Junction and W W Knott and Dr W S Green of Lebanon Immediately followingtthe ceremony Mr and Mrs Rubel left for Lebanon where they took the train for a trip to Washington city New York and points in Canada to he gone three weeks Both parties are not only members of old families in central Kentucky but are young people who by their cordiality and courtesy have endeared them to a host of friends The bride is a young lady of infinite tact and possessed of won derful grace and charm of manner and for several years has been a social lead er in central Kentucky Hef Rubel is a young business man of Lebanon who is well known here where he has many friends Those who attended the wedding fro a distance were Richard Wathen fir ard Richard Wathen Jr and Misses Lizzie and Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction George and Will Medley and Mies Louise Medley of Owensboro Mrs Nannie Wathen Miss Ida Charles Carroll Louisville Mrs WrC Ussery Misses Martha Waller Martha Fergus on Laura Taylor and Billy Clay of Paris Joe Knott Mr and Mrs John Rubel and Misses Mildred and Alma Spalding of Lebanon Visits of The Stork Smithdon girldBorn to the wife ot Jim Smith on Monday June 6 1910 a twelve pound boy onn Sunday June 5 1910 a eight pound girl Born to the wife of Leonard Baker on May 29 1910 a daughterEliz a Matilda An Experts Opinion Of Skin Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in alt his scientific experience he has never found so hard q disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid rem e dy for external use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only anode s ant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws thy1themCan be used freely on infants Mr Leo Haydon will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin discos and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo FUNDS FOR 1 EDUCATION Part of the Rockefeller fund oft 53000000 to be Spent in Kentucky uecation Board which has a fund of 53 000000 given bv John D Rockefeller specnl commissioners wily shortly jbe sent to Kentucky to extend financial aid in the work of establishing county hijrh andltohelptary schools This announcement wa made Saturday by president F W Hin itt of Central University Danville through whose efforts and some of the leading educators ot the State arrangements have been made with the Gener KentuckyDrmeeting of the board in New York passed through Lexington on his way back home to Danville Discussing his mission to New York he talked enthu siastically of the hopeful outlook for educational advancement in the Blue thee ien New York to see the General Education Board and they agreed to do what sev eral of us have been in correspondence with them about for a year or so That is they will send a man into Kentucky paid1bylathing county high schools required by the new law and they will send a man imIprovour State The General Education Board has done similar work in other States arid it has proved valuable These men wilt work in the field under the direction of the State Superintendent of Education They will cooperate with our county school trustees in arrangin for new high schools and schools tnving needed advice elementaryI gestion as to courses of ployment of sUItable an in stirring up public sentiment in favor of local taxation in support of the schoolsKentucky is at the thresholdof a great educational revival tt continued Dr Hinitt Today only three or percentmage of illiteracy and few Where so small a proportion of the children ot school age are not in school Less than halt of Kentuckys children go to school spite of the compulsory education iaw InI Five years ago when the movement for better educational facili ties in the Statp began there were 25 000 school trustees in the State of whom more than 5000 could neither read nor write Under recent laws two thirds of these trustees have been abolished the county has been made th school unit every connty is required t establish a high school and maintain it and county boards are authorized to levy s tax not to exceed twenty cents on 100 to support the schools in add tion to what the State contributes No other State spends so much State mono ey per capita on its schools as ky The total is about 3000000 of the State treasury which amounts to 4 per capita But the ehas been no local aid for schools except in the cities Now these conditions have bee changed We hays established two State Normal schools for taachers By the end of 1910 there will be a High School in every county although the are such schools now in only 45 of 119 counties Better teachers and a better system for the primary and elementary schools have been provided for The movement isa comprehensive o and will reach every corner of the Stat the mountain districts and the most mote sections as well as the cities unIdoubtedly makejthe ucation law We are getting the a vice and assistance of the boat educe- ors in America and within a few years Kentucky will no longer suffer under HarrodsburgHerald If you are not satisfied atter using according to direction twothirds of a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and moneyhack tieare re byDruggists All Shuck =Galvin A marriage of more than passing interest on account of the prominence of the contracting parties was that of Miss Anna Griffin Shuck to Mr Fred E Galvin which Was solemnized in the parlors of the parochial r ideate Wed nesday afternoon at 5ocock Rev J A Hog rty pastor oft Augustines church officiating The marriage was a quiet affair owing to the death of the brides grandmother several months since and only close Delations and inti mate friends were present Mrs Galyin is a handsome bright attractive young ladyand has been ex tremely popular with the younger set She is the youngest child of Hon and IMrsFinley Shuck and comes of a fam ily that has for generations been prom ofsKentucky Mr Galvin is a member of a prominent and wealthy family of Springfield 0 He is a successful trav chug salesman and is popular wherever known Mr and Mrs Galvin left immediately after the ceremony for a ataSpringfield C TO PURIFY STATE STREAMS i Distillers to Cooperate With Boards of Health With a view to purifying streams and water supplies all over Kentucky a number of leading distillers of Louis ville and other points near thecity con ferred with members of the State Board ot Health yesterday afternoon The thnboard in the Atherton building A com mittee was appointed to urge distillers tofjoin in theIlovement- According to Dr William Bailey president of the State Board of Health cong disIto and the practice of casting refuse into streams is opposed meetIthe State Board of Health in an effort to correct the evil A committee composed of John M Atherton Louisville Senator W E Dowling Anderson coun tv Baker Frankfort Davis 1Brown Louisville arid J W McCul laugh Owensboro was named to visit the different distilleries throughout the State The committee will be accom panted by a sanitary engineer with a view to deciding just what steps should be taken to correct the evil For Another Election eA petition has been circulated the past week asking that a local option el cotton be called in Lebanon early in Au gust The paper was taken aroupd by J E Flanagan who states that lie had very little difficulty In securing names to it It is understood that the petition witctday As only onefourth the towns vote is necessary to call an election the petition requires only about 190 names petitionersnwjll e published in the first issue of the local papers after the document is filed and becomes a matter of court record reCherokee Cd Wins Suit The suit of Harvey Davis against Baumeister better known asuCheIo thne IeBaumeisterWeCherokee Ed alleged in his suit the witkeY last November The allegedoffense occ urred at Baumeisters ranch near St Marys It was brought out in the tes timony that a number of persons en withta the loss of some of their lone hair The ev dence showed that Davis participat ed in the so called fun as much as the others Lebanon Enterprise sine ahouldeits almost invariably ca spd by rheumatism of the muscles ana yields quick Jy to the free tic n of Chamberlains Liniment ThIs liniment is not only prompt and ef f ctual but in no way ti3agreeable to use Sold by All Druggists HYMENS PRANKS BARDSTOWAT t Popular Young People Marry During the Past Week WeR Known in Springfield ptereldestpier this city and W 0 Stiles toOk Pchurchleis 31 the pastor Rev C J OConneV per forming the ceremony The bride wore a tastefully mad rfI gown of white mull which with hand some hat of white lace was most becoming j to her winsome beauty Tkss flowers were lovely bride ros stTh i v attendants were Miss Leone Rapier f t sister of the bride and James stoner of Cincinnati Judge Rapiers beautiful suburban home the rooms garlanded with vines and glowing with roses ferns mil other lovely flowers and illumined by soft ightfrom many candles presented a f most attractive scene to which thai wedding party accompanied by rela tives of bride and groom and a few in timate friends returned upon leaving the recory During the serving of refreshments the guests Were delightfully entertained r by the singing of Miss Jame Hazel j renderedCould j V mer of Indianapolis who sang Loves J Consolation Both are popular and pprominentmem bers ot Bardstown society and the wishes of a host of friends for a longi and prosperous married life follow them i Aoout 4 oclock Mr and Mrs Stiles left for Louisville in Mr Stiles auto catbedrslrat beautiful impressive wedding ceremo v V nies than took place on Wednesday June 1st the occasion being thesolefnization of the marriage rites uniting the lifedestinies of Miss Gertrude Stock er of this city and Dr Raymond iBoone of Cloverport Ky Vv The floral decorations and the illumi nation of the altorstand sanctuary precparatory to the celebration of thenup tial mass was most tasteful and effect eve The choir rendered Rosewigs mans to the organ accompaniment by Miss M Merchant cornet bv Mrs Ouisa Grigsby and violin by Charles Rodman Miss Fay Palmer of Indianapolis Usisted in the singing also faultlessly rendering Luzzis Ave Maria To Men delssohns wedding march thte bridal party entered the church where they were met by Rey Father OConnelL v pastor of the church who performed rthe ceremony The groom accothpa need by his brother Dr Hilary Boone received the bride from her brother V Mr Tom Stocker Immediately following the ceremony f a number of relatives and friends were entertained at the hdme of the brides mother Mrs Julia Stocker Dr slid MrS Boone left in the after noon by way of New Haven for their home in Cloverport WeathersHamilton rr Lif Miss Mamie Weathers and Rev rpluati O Hamilton were married at thee none ofd the brides parents Mr and Mrs Weathers at GreenBrier Nelson Cos nly at an early hour on Wednesday morning June 1st Rev T C Grume a cousin of the bride performing thY ceremony Miss Weathers an only daughter of the home is an unusually whodaheadywon an enviable reputation aa a most successful teacher m both public and private school The groom a native of Tennessee is student of the Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville finishJ alreadyhNew Hope and of Willisburg both m this county He is an earnest Christia gentleman popular whearever knows The wedding party and friends were en terlam d e g n ly at breakfast at thf home of Mr Weathers immediatell lt ioclockto visit Mr Hamiltons parents Banks On Sure Thins Now Ill never be without Dr Kiug a New Life Pills again1 writes A Schin eckid647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cur ed merOf chronic constipation when all v others failed Unequaled for BihoticK ness Jaundice IndieeatioHi Httulach Chills Malaria and IteWKty 25c tHayden Jb Robertson is j c fi I lfI TheSpthgfie1dSUflH SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Thus far this season anglers agree that the biggest got away What a perfect rhyme there is be green April seeds and July weeds Hurrah The Maryland strawberry crop is repotted to be one of the best cmrecord The optimists ara not all dead yet A Washington bulldog ate up one enumerators census book He may find the long list of queries but ques tionable diet To Judge from the way aviators hays been falling from the sky latelyI there Is at least one product of which Is coming down The prospect of a Chantecler drama In this should arouseJ yugreatMy players known as broilers The couple who were married on a Western Maryland train going at the rate of 40 miles an hour evidently risked the matrimonial knot tied fast hijtwoI on lungs when she gets Into an animated conversation with herself New York city continues to go up 1Cnu 38storybuildingthe finest collection of skyscrapers the worldISome claim thatyoung Skits who Is Elucidating the fourth dimension at Harvard Is after all but a reincarna Lion of Euclid Young Sidls him self says to this theory What bosh There are a great many swollen for tunes In this country but Investiga Lion will show that very few of them hareIbnes a dozen years ago Lord Kitchener Englands big gen feral knows what good soldiering iband having seen West Point he givej tjtentIn London a police magistrate d tides that It is proper when a woma- Iiisists on wearing a big hat in th j1outtakes her hat off over here rathe- than put her neighbor out Bt bweee which bacilli and germs will be per sonified on the stags goes the Chan r tecler barnyard drama one better There will be curiosity to discover which particular microbe will have the leading role An English novelist is In this country to study the Women The Amer lean woman just now seems to be the most interesting topic of civilized creation Still there Is no need to be going to outside writers for a full un derstanding of her It takes the na tine American to appreciate her fullI worth Prince Victor Napoleon will It Is announced renounce his pretension to the throne of Prance Prince Vic tor Is about to marry a daughter of the late King Leopold of Belgium and she has a lot of money so that it will not be necessary for him to go on pretending for the sake of having something to dq Fret not thy gizzard t Is the mo to that Dr DK Pearson Chicagos millionaire philanthropist gives to the world at the age of ninety Usacomparatively easy motto to llVe up to when you are a retired multimil Bonaire but its harder when you dont know where the money Is com Ing from to pay the rent There Is a butter war out In El- gin ill the center of a large dairy Industry One faction is trying to hold up prices to a certain rate and another crovd wants tim figure one cent a pound lower Meanwhile the ultimate consumer is disregarded He Is expected to pay Whatever the othejj fellows decide upon That seems to be the way the law of supply and demand works with trusts end com binations running things Herr Wilhelm Voight added to tb gaiety of nations when he a German army officer rod held u of Koepenick although t 1imperial authorities who dc not relish that sort of humor sent him to prison for his Indiscretion And now he finds that the joke has a serious side Uncle Sams laws forbid the admls slon of immigrants with a prison ord and Herr Voight who wanted locate here has been deported as laughpresentmade merry at the expense of t German army An announcement from the British foreign office Is to the effect th China has granted a concession and nEngUshsYTldlcate Chow and Aigun iailroad This line will run through a part of Manchuria and the concession represents the sue cessful negotiations with which ourthe government has been connected In fact It Indicates acquiescence in tho propositions of Secretary of Knox looking to the fair reeogniti of American interests la that qua r jter r x t r KENTUCKY GLEANINGS A tuWHATDIFFERENT SECTION OF THE COMMONWEALTH ANNUAL CONVENTIO German Americans Elect Newport and Covington Men to Executive Offices Louisville KyAbout 1000 dele gates were present at the annual con pfAlliancesession these officers were electedI President Sebastian Welsbach Louis le first vice president William C Beckmann Dayton O second vice president Albert Staudmeister Newport secretary Alban Wolff CovlngI ton financial secretary Alf Rein sjSheberodcommittee consists of Adam Rein- hardtLQulsville Chris Kale New rt George Straus Covington John Leuenberger East Bernstadt and B c KehrFrankfort It was decided to hold the next anal meeting at Dayton The organ- Ization put itself on record as being in favor of real temperance as opposed prohibition and demanded that physical training be placed in the public schools The order now has 6472 members TO SEND AID General Education Board Will Help Kentucky Danville Ky Presiflent FW Hin Itt of Central university returned from a meeting of the general educa tlon board of New York bringing the information that the board which is backed by a fund of 53000000 given y John D Rockefeller who has taken keen interest in education In Ken will soon send agents to this to cooperate with the superin dent of public instruction to aid establishing county high schools publiec staten Hineto see the general education and they agreed to dowhat esPandrence with them about for a year or so That is they will send a man ing Kentucky whose salary and will all be paid by them to help in the work of establishing the county high schools required by the new law and they will send another man On the same term to help in the improvement of the elementary schools This wil be of the greatest service to our state The general education board has done similar work in other states and It has proved most valuable MILITARY CIRCLES ASTIRI Frankfort KyOutbreaks by th night riders in the dark patch are causing a stir in militia circles Gov Willson and Adjt Gen Johnston hav determined that the wisest policies to pursue to catch the night riders will be not to make public the movement of the troops The ambushing of Milton Oliver Is another feature in the case that ha brought the militia into service Gov Willson offered an additional reward of 4500 for the arrest and conIvlction of persons who are threaterfintg f MARRIED HIS EMPLOYER Georgetown KyMiss Nellie CA son 32 one of the wealthiest an most beautiful women in Scott county married Alfred Crouch 18 one of her farm hands Crouch came here from Estlll county two years ago when phI father wa a federal In the Georgetown jail serving a se tence for moonshlning The happy couple will spend their honeymoon in Estill county SALVAGE AUTO WRECKED Louisville KyCapt Barney Duff and others of the salvage corps had narrow escape from death when big automobile In which they were re crashdnd ed rheis were severely bruised Capt Duff y escaped with a severe shaking up- TO CLOSE NAVAL OFFICES Cincinnati OLleut Bean i n offictoan rs Lexingtoat n te Lshbe able to take care of them 75000 DONATED TO DANVILLE E UNIVERSITYer Danville KyThe General Educa tion Board founded by John D Rockefeller with a capital of 32000000 the Interest of which is to be devoted to encouragement of education do Hated 75000 to Central University ofaDanville at its meeting held in New York city Transylvania university 5000on0 was the u tin to receive financial consideration at the hands of the general board ti i VETERAN FINANCIER Henry Clews Chief Speaker At the Bankers Convention Lexington KyHenry Clews the veteran New York financier delivers the chief address at the annual convention of Seven of the Ken cky Bankers association at the clubhouse on Friday of this week his subject being Individual Effort the Way to Win Success Capt Johrt H Leathers president of the Louisville National Banking Coon The Problems of Bank Collec ti on J Wi Gayle president of the Peoples Bank of Owenton The Duty of a Bank Collector J R Downing cashier of the Georgetown National bank The Vale of Liquid Assets J K Helm counsel for the KentuckyI Rankers association Problems Claude Thomas president the First National Bank of Paris y Financial Legislation Presl i Kentuckyankershe convention An address of welcome to the visa itors by James K Patterson president emeritus of Kentucky State Univorf sty and W O Davis of Versailles ref The Lexington Clearing association entertains the vlsl- tors with a luncheon at the Country clubhouse C N Manning of Lexington is president of Group Seven of Southiworthtary The executive committee is comb posed of E B Yates ofGeorgetown LouisMarshall JUDGMENT REVERSED Frankfort Ky Bemuse of erroneous instructions by the Bell circuit court in the case of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co against Albert Setters administrator the 30000 granted for the death of Setzer was reversed In the appellate court The judgment of the Franklin cir cult court in the case of the Louisville GIBThe amount of the Judgment Is 8000 FRANKFORT NOTES Frankfort KyThe state board o valuation and assessment fixed th franchises on the Louisville Lightin- Co and the Louisville Gas Co the same as last year The Kentucky Heating Co was increased 100000 and the franchise on the Louisville Railway Co was fixed at 10500000 Agriscial trains between Louisville and Danville and Cincinnati and Danville and Harriman Tenn as an educations campaign in agricultural matters The 16th annual session of the State Federation of Womens clubs closed with a reception given to thesdelegates by state officials at the new Capitol The officers of the federation elect ed are President Mrs James Leech o Mrsasecond vice president Mrs T J Smith presidentefourth vice president Miss Rebecca secaretary Mrs Bartlett of Law renceburg treasurer Mrn R B 1sLetcherKENTUCKY WIRE TAPS Loulsvifle Contact withit live wire caused the instant death of Ern est C Simons 24 years of nge of Louisville a lineman for the telephone company in New Albany Tarltondknown breeder of trotting died suddenly in Chicago The bpd Y was brought here for interment LexingtpnThere is likely to be racirnjcase pf John Markleln Chairman R F Clay has asked of other members of the commission written expressions us to their views on the subject Henderson B W Ebelen a well shyof e fatalheEbelen gave herself up telling the po lice that it was merely i case of where either phe or her hush nd had to die Jealousy Is supposed to have been the motive Louisville Indianapt lis was chosen as the next meeting pi ice of the N lional Wholesale Grocers association n in the closing session ol that organiza tion Fred R Drake f Easton Pa was chosen to head tha organisiation for the twelve onthsi A large dumber of the members le dftffor Mammoth Cave under the jgu ance of a local railroad and the time was spent in sightseeing a sort of a picnic windup to the convention Frankfort ICyThe Kentucky tea rele9raPhnndnessee Telephone Uo appeared befo the board of valuations and ments by representatives protest againsttho raise In the valuation their franchlse- sLexngtonDr George A Hubbell former member of the faculty of Transylvania university here and now of Columbia university New York has been made president of the Lt coin Memorial institute at labs Gap Tenn according to an a nouncement made here rWJvilS1 ROUND ABOUT oTHE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY flf W BODY FOUND IN CELLAR Millionaire Uncle of Alma Kellner Identifies Grewsome Find Louisville KyrA body which vas identified by her millionaire uncle elghtyeartolddaughter disappeared from her home last toe cember was found in a subbasement of St Johns Catholic school at Clay and Walnut streets The condition of the corpse indicated that it had been in its damp hiding place for several months The discovery was made by a plumber at work in the cellar The decaying torso for a limb Is missing was wrapped in a pice of carpet The missing limb was found in another part of the cellar the foot bearing the shoe The scene of the grewsome find is only five blocks frpm the Kellner home Alma Kellner disappeared December 8 and from that time until the boly was found not a word was heard cc n cerning her She left her home n the morning in question to attend service at St Johns church and t last seen pf her was when she wav d goodby to her mother in front of hir residence The search for the miss Ing girl extended all over the United States The wife of a former janitor of the school was arrested and charged with being accessory to murder Her bu band is being sought to tell what h knows of the childs death While men were at work on th premises where Alma Kellner wa murdered pathetic scenes were ep acted at the undertaking establish ment of L D Bax where the skeletq of the little girl was taken The skel casfDarlinggthe undertaking establishment and wa attended by Frank Fehr cousin of th murdered child GOOD TIME AHEAD Mlddlesborb Preparing for Entertain ment of State Editors Mjddlesboro KyThat the businessmen of Middlesboro intend to show the members of the Kentucky Press association the time of their live s when they gather here on June 20 to 25 for the midSummer meets was man Ifested from the enthusiasm displayed by the members of the Commercial raisingfentertainmentof the visitors After some discussion 1000 was the amount decided upon to carry out the plans of the committees and G- 0 this was raised before the adjournment of the meeting Monday night a big reception will be tendered to the members of the association at the Middlesboro hotel when Mayor Helburn will deliver a address of welcome and turn the keys of the city over to the editors Ex torsions to the mines and trips to the Pinnacle Cumberland Gap and other points of interest will take up the spare time of the visitors Friday the newspaper men will jou ney to PJneville where they will be entertained by the citizens of thet city Saturday night the meeting will ast The women of Middlesboro have plans underway to tender a accompanS3 will be clven at the Elks home PANIC IN APARTMENT HOUSE Frightened Roomers Tried to Escape From Threatened Blaze fasshion apartments on South Second street caused a panic among the occupants In pajamas bathrobes and with be coverlets wrapped about them thp roomers when they attempted to 1100ao their escape blocked by a burning stairway otqeorgeexpecting t row it from the window and became ghtened and threw it down the e alrs The fire department soon helped the tenants out of their pre dicament te1lie bny Sreout MrsnMenisey was dashed against the pole fracturing her slcull The others were slightly injured LoulsvlpeoAn owl car bile run ingno anrd wreckeritoar Injuring seven persons BENH LOSES Pt GUIDING HAND EDUCATIONAL FIELDS WILL GAIN BY THE DECISION OF JUDGE BARKER- UNIVERSITYS NEW PRESIDENT To Enter Upon the Duties of thePoi sitlon1 with Expiration oft T rmJn Court of P + Appeals Lexington KYJudge Henry S Barker of Louisville whose term of eight years as a justice of the Ken tacky court of appeals will expire Jan 1 1911 at a meeting of the trustees of the University of Kentucky form ally accepted l the presidency of that institution to which office he was elected shortly after the acceptance of the resignation of the venerable President James K Patterson several months ago I shall enter upon the duties of the position with the expiration of my term In the court of appeals Jan 1 next said Judge Barke- rI have withheld the announcement of my acceptance merely because It suited the trustees best in the matter ot arranging certain details of the affairs of the institution Until Jan 1 willeas president Mrs Barker and I will come to Lexington at the beginning of the new year to take up our residence perma nently and I shall then settle down to the business of making this Institu tion what all true Kentuckians hope and expect it to beone of the grand eeat and most highlyrated state uni In all of the Union univerealumniswas Thursday the com mencement exercises were held in a erectednupon campu Judge Barker pame to Louisville as a young lawyer For nine years under Mayor Jacob and Mayor Tyler he served the city as city attorney Judge Barker went on the bench in the crim circuiteand stepping from this post of honor to the appellate court bench Judge Barker is 59 years of age He Is a graduate of the university he returns to be president of Judge Bar ker married Miss Katherine M Men wether daughter of Capt Edward Meriwether a veteran of the conies eracy They have no children His father was a Tennesseean by birth and a graduate of Harvard law school 35000 FOR NEW BUILDING Frankfort to Have New Y MC A Building Frankfort Ky Friends of the Y M C A in Frankfort and all over Kentucky are rejoicing over the suc cessful termination of the fight to raise 35000 for a new building for the Y M C A in Frankfort The full amount was raised and Frankfort feels that it connso large a sum The money was all in small contributions not one ofe100 The amount was raised only by hard and persistent work of the committee beginrhere was under the management of M C Williams and it was in a great measure due to his methods that the campaign succeeded He looked after the press and publicity ead of the fight and helped to stir up Interest therenwas a scene rejoicing when the last contribution was in and the 35000 was raised The men who had work d for the cause were gathered In a port of praise meeting when the songs were sung and the tales of how it was done were told over again BRIEF KENTUCKY TELEGRAMS Ashland While fishing from a raft William Jackson aged 26 and Miss Simpson 15 years old were drowned In the Ohio The Simpson girl fell iinto the river and Jackson was drown ed while attempting her rescue The appropriation of 250000 for the Green river dam was stricken from the rivers and harbors bill in the report of the conferees which was approved by congress At a convention of the United Presbyterian church at it was decided to memorialize congress to preventingtransportation state to state The bluegiass region of Kentucky In the center of wh ch lies Lexington raises about 20000 acres of Qannabis saliva from which hemr is procured The acreage dev ted to lump in other parts of the United Sthtes is very small perliiSH 600 acres round Lincoln Neb and ain eq al number In the lower Sacremento v hey in Call fornia Lancaster =Whea has improveu beyond the expec atii n of many farm ers and an aveiage yield Is expected for the better sections of the county Some fields will be ready for harvest in about two weeks r q 1THE REAL WRENCH lSmithIts mighty hard to get a IHardupbut its hard to keep her 0 BABYS SCALP CRUSTED Our little daughter when three months old began to break out on the head and we had the best doctors to treat her but they did not do her any lOad They said she had eczema Her scalp was a solid scale all over The burning and itching was so severe that she could not rest day or night We had about given up all hopes when we read of the Cuticura Remedies We at once got a cake of Cuticura Soapbox a of Cuticura Ointment and one bog tie of Cuticura Resolvent and fol lowed directions carefully After the first dose of the Cuticura Resolvent we used the Cuticura Soap freely and applied the Cuticura XIntment Then she began to Improve rapidly and in two weeks the scale came off her head and new hair began to grow In a very short time she was well She la now sixteen years of age and a pic t ture of health We used the Cutl cura Remedies about five weeks regularly and then we could not teU she had been affected by the disease We used no other treatments after we found out what the Cuticura Remedies would do for her J Fish and Ella Y Fish Mt Vernon Ky Oct 12 190 An Unusual Attribute Little Johnnie who cannot pro 4 flounce S has been frightened into keeping out of the attic by tales told by his nurse of a dreadful ghost that lives In the dim recesses under the eaves The other day he was over heard to say confidentially to a small friend fWeve got an oldghot up in our attic To which his friend much interested responded Do he butt 100 Reward 100 JeMIItllattae Mea able to core la all Its stage and that to Catarrh Bans Catarrh Cure the only posttlvr cure kttown to the medical fraternity Catan being a constitutional disease requires a coastlta tloaal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken to ternally acting directly upon the blood end surfaces of the eyitem thereby destroyta tJIe laUIMfirUrthtag nature la doing Its work The proprietors have tHyCJllltOne fcare Send tor list tot testimonials Address 71 CHENEY d CO Toledo a Drugdrts7scTake fir COMtI4IUaB Understood the Sex His Daughter Daddy you were twentyfive when this was takes werent you Why you might have sat for it yesterday Her FatherMyes your mothers own daughter Well well youll find it on the table I think His DaughterFind what daddy darling Her FatherThe checkbook my own lamb I SoapAsk wha itthinks about a laundry soap that Is made pf borax cocoanut oil clean tal low and naphtha fiell tell you such a soap will be cleansing sterilizing and antiseptic That means it will not only make your clothing sweet and lean but that it will also save you from the comIdoDone that would fill his prescription His Reason How did you come to leave your wife in Paris She couldnt decide whether she wanted three yards and a halt or four yards and I got tired of waiting Red Weak WeUTt Waterr Eye TryDunneLike Murine It Soothes hoc at Your Druggists Write For Eye Books Free Murlno Eva Remedy Coo Chicago Those who are untrue to themselves are false to others n ODDS KIDNEY PILLS DAISY FLY KILLER cUilMiKuduaoraaa 1leac Lutt lllsusa iIVllOrtoaJeHMt pill riiportrvUI net y UtII GUarQlftd1l eunrlrlUdlre rn 4tb11k- uJlOUl tfriI-no DAnaro 1i XewTsak I ROMANES LECTURE GIVEN iBY THEODORE ROOSEVELT t t Postponed by Kings Death Attracts a Large Audience at Oxford Lord Curzon Introduces the Distinguished American Oxford England Before an audi ence of distinguished men and stutdentoj of Oxford university JRooseyelt on June 7 delivered the JRomanes lecture his subject being Biological Analogies in History The lecture had been scheduled for delivery on May 18 but of course was post poned on account of King Edwards demise It was given In the Sheldon Ian theater and Lord Curzon as chan cellor of the university presided and introduced the lecturersIn seeking to penetrate the causes of the mysteries that surround not only mankind but all life both in the present and the past said Mr Roose velt we see strange analogies In the phenomena of life and death of birth growth and change between those physical groups of animal life whichp we designate as species forms iraces and the highly complex and composite entities which rise before our mindsl when we speak of nations and civi flzdt ns It is this study he assert ed that has given science its present day prominence and the historian of mankind must work in the scientific spirit and use the treasurehouses of science To illustrate the lecturer took sev eral instances of the development of new species arid the extinction of spe lifejcan be traced with considerable accu racy and in other cases we cannot so much as hazard a guess as to why a given change occurredaL Analogies In Human History v Continuing Mr Roosevelt said in part Now as to all of these pnenomefna the evolution of species there are If not homologies at least certain analogies in the history of human societies In the history of the rise to prominence of the development and change of the tem pcrary dominance and death or trans formation of the groups of varying kind which form races or nations As In biology so In human history a new form may result from the specializa tion of a 10n exiSting and hitherto very g generalized or non specialized form as for Instance when a barbaric race from a variety of causes suddenly develops a more complex cultl yatlon and civilization That Is what oc curred for Instance In western Europe during the centuries of tbe Teutonic and later the Scandinavian ethnic overflows from the north All the modern countries of western Europe are descended from the states created by these northern Invaders When first created they could be called Vriew or young states In the sense that part or all of the people composing them were descended from races that hitherto had not been civilized at all and that therefore for the first time entered on the career of civilized communities In the southern part of western Europe the new states thus formed consisted in bulk of the Inhabitants already in the land under the Roman empire and It was here that the new kingdoms first took shape Through a reflex action their influence then extended back into the cold forests from which the Invaders had come and Germany and Scandinavia witnessed the rise of communities with essentially the same civilization as their southern neighbors though In those communities unlike the southern communities there WaS no Infusion of new blood and In each casethe new civilized nation which gradu ally developed was composed entirely of members of the same race which in the same region had for ages lived the life of a slowly changing barbarism The same SlavonlzediFlnnstration of Scandinavian leaders from then rt11and Infiltration of Byzantine producethethe little Slav communities of the forest and the steppe formed the mighty Russian empire of today New and Young Nations Again the new form may represent longestztblishednation In this case the nation Is usually spoken of as a young and Is correctly spoken of as a new ation but the term should always be used with a clear sense of the difference between what is described in such case and what Is de scribed by the same term In speaking of 9 a civilized nation Just developed rom a barbarism Carthage and Syracuse were new cities compared with Tyre and Cor inth but the Greek or Phoenician race was In every sense of the word as old In the new city as in the old city So nowadays Victoria or Manitoba is a new community compared with England or Scotland but the ancestral typo of cJvIUzationand culture Is as old in one case as in the other 3 of course do not mean for a moment tha great changes are not produced by the mere fact that the old civilized race is suddenly placed In surroundings where it has again to go through the work of taming the wilderness a work finished orIginalhomethe ancestral history is the same in each case We can rightly use the phrase new a people in speaking of Canadians or Australians Americans or Afrikanders But we use it in an entirely different sense train that in which we use it when speaking of such communities as those founded by the northmen and their de astonishIngt the Norse seathieves conquer and trans hislandssense from that In which we use it when spqking of the new states that grew Up dMoscowstruggled1taltlnglybecome builders of cities and to form otCharlemagnecompared with the empire on the Bos dltterenttnothing in common with those of the polyglot realm which paid tribute to the soclalproblemsanddifferent This is not true of those new nations which spring direct from old na UnitedStawith the nations of Europe but with clvl11zataJI Ii pean type as shown In Portugal Spain cheseEuropeann tlons are nOt as great as those onetromanothfrom another There areMn each case t andheand for evil but In each case there is the same ancestral history to reckon with the same type of civilization with its atctendant benefits and shortcomings after the pioneer stages are Qasse4t the problems to be solved In spite s erf- iclaldifferences are in their essence the they are those that confront all c p deoplescivilization So when we speak of the death of a tribe a nation or a civilization the term wifferentwhat occurs in biological history being complete Certain tribes of savages the t piethe last century or two completely died perishedleavlngdisappeared Certain other tribes of Indians have as tribes disappeared or are now disappearing but their blood remains being absorbed into the veins of the white Intruders or of the black men introduced by these white Intruders so beingtranstormeddifferent from what they were A like wide diversity in fact may be covered In the statement that a civilize tion has died out- Phenomena ThatPuzzleiIn dealing not With groups of human beings in simple and primitive relations speclalIzedere is need of great caution in drawing with what has occurred in the development of the animal world Yet even in these cases It Is curious to ser how some of the phenomena in the growth and disappearance of these complex artificial groups of human beings r o myriadsfplanet Why do great artificial empires whose citizens are knit by a bond of speech and culture much more than by a bond of blood show periods of extraordinary UngerIngdecayreadily enough in other cases we can not as yet even guess what the proper answer should be If in any such case pentrlpetalpieces and the reason for its failure to become a dominant force is patent to every one The minute that the spirit which finds Its healthy development In local selfgovernment and in the antidote to the dangers of an extreme centraliza particularIsmIntoachievement of a common end then it is hopeless to expect great results Poland and certain republics of the western hemisphere ate the standard examples ot failure of this kind and the United States would have ranked with them and Its name would have become a byword of derision It the forces of union had not triumphed in the civil war So the growth of soft luxury after 1t has reached a certain point becomes a national danger patent to all Again it needs but little of the vision of a seer to foretell what must happen in any community if the average woman ceases to become the mother of a family of healthy children if the average man loses the will and the power to work up to old age and to fight whenever the need arises If the homely commonplace virtues die out if strength of character vanishes in graceful selfindulgence if the virile qualities atrophy then the nation lost what no material prosperity can offset But there are plenty of other phenom ena wholly or partially inexplicable It is easy to see why Rome trended downward when great slavetilled farms spread over what had once been a countryside of peasant proprietors when greed and lux thfiberof the citizens grew to depend not upon their own exertions but upon the state for their pleasures and their very liveli hood But this does not explain why the forward movement stopped at different times so far as different matters were concerned at one time as regards litera ture at another time as regards architec Vbuildinguphllethereother lUnd IHolland as an Example Take nnotherjand smaller Instano that of a period covering a centuryHonandstates at an earlier period stood on the dangerous heights of greatness beside na tions so vastly her superior In territory and population as to make it Inevitable that sooner or later she must fall from the glorious and perilous eminence to which she had been raised by her own Indomitable souL Iier fall came it could not have been indefinitely postponed but It tbecausewhich both Great Britain and the United States would be wise to pay heed Her government was singularly Ineffective the decentralization being such as often to permit the separatist the particularism spirit of the provinces to rob the central authority of all efficiency This was bad enough But the fatal weakness was that so common in rich peacelolng societies posslblee to face It either by highaoundlng mora platitudes or else by a philosophy o shortsighted materialism The Dutch were very wealthy They grew to be lleve that they could hirs others to do their fighting for them on land and on sea where they did their own fighting and fought very well they refused in time of peace to make ready fleets so ef flcient as either to insure the Dutch against the peace being broken or else to give them the victory when war came To be opulent and unarmed Is to secure ease in the present at the almost certain cost of disaster in the future It is therefore easy to see why Holland lost when she did her position nmopg the powers but it Ift far more difficult to ex shouldhavetion In the world of art and letters Some spark of divine fire burned Itself out in the national soul As the line bt grez statesmen of great warriors by land ui sea came to an end so the line of tho great Dutch painters ended The loss of preeminence lu the schools followed the loss of preeminence In camp and In council chamber In the little Republic of Holland as In the great empire of Rome it was not death which came but transformation Both Holland and Italy teach us that races that fall may rise again Danger of Race Suicide There are dgreatgrowthdrawinG greatlawgreat law of life None can telL Forcessthat we can see and other fdrees apprehendedfor good and for evil The growth in luxury In love of ease in taste for vapid and frivolous excitement is both evident nlgnIsrate of natural Increase now to a larger or lesser degree shared by most of the nations of central and western urope of America and Australia a dimsinution so Treat that If It continues ob7talnedhighly civilized people will be stationary or else have begun to go backward in population while many of them will have already gone very far backward There Is much that should give us con ern for the future But there Is much also which should give us hope No man- si more apt tp be mistaken than the prophet of evllj I believe all my heart that a great future remains for us but whether It does or does not our- uty is not altered However the bat may go the soldier worthy of the name will with utmost vigor do his al loted task and bear himself as valiant ly In defeat as In victory Cqme what will we belong to peoples who have not belnggrelstIngreat nations the nations that have ex liartgrown old and weakened and vanished tonlyhoughtfort who would risk nothing and who- therefore s oamethe memory of the one type perishes with it while the other lees Its mark deep on the history of all the future of man k indln seemingly dies may be born again and even though in the yethandplfJfoundly odoneand attn Sme time to see our blood live young and vital In tnenand women fit to take Up the task as we lay It down for so shall our seed Inherit the earth But It this which lis best Is denIed us then at least It is ours to remember that If we choose we can be torc bearers as our fathers were before us The torch has been handed on from nation to nation from civilization to civilization through yearsbeforezing splendor of this teeming century of ours It is dropped from the hand of the coward and the sluggard of the man wrapped In luxury or love of ease tha man whose soul was eaten away by self indulgence It has been kept alight only by those who were mighty of heart and cunning of hand What they worked at providing it was worth doing at allt was of no less matter than how they worked whether In the realm of the mind or the realm of the body If their work was good If what they achieved was of sub reallytheirsIn the first part of this lecture I drew certain analogies between what had oc curred io forms of animal life through the procession of the ages on this planet and what has occurred and Is occurring to the great artificial civilizations which have gradually spread over the worlds surface during the thousands of years that have elapsed since cities of temples and palaces first rose beside the Nile and the Euphrates anJ the harbors of Minoan Crete bristled with the masts of the Aegean craft But of course the parallel Is true only in the roughest and moat general way Moreover even between the civilizations of today and the civilizations of ancient times there arc differences so profound that we must be cautious in drawing any conclusions for the present based on what has hap ldmlttingtoday it is yet mete perversity to refuse to realize the Incredible advance that has been made In ethical standards I do not believe that there Is the slightest nec essary connection between any weaken- Ing of virile force arid this advance In the moral standard this growth of the sense of obligation to ones neighbor and of reluctance to do that neighbor wrong We need have scant patience with that silly cynicism which insists that hindu ness of character Only accompanies weakness of character On the contrary Just as in private life many of the men of strongest character are the very men of loftiest and most exalted morality so agesgonational types will more and more tend towards those in which while the intel lect stands high character stands higher In which rugged strength and courage rugged capacity to resist wrongful ag gression by others will go hand tin hand with a lofty scorn of doing wrong to oth Tlm9leonofHtu1Itdcnot These were as good men as disinterested and unselfish men as ever served t state and they were also as strong men as ever founded or saved a state Surely such examples provo that there Is noth ing Utopian in our effort to combine justice And strength In the same nation The really high civilizations must them selves supply the antidote to the selfln dulgence and love of case which they tend to produceIProblems of Modern Nations Every modern civilized nation lias many and terrible problems to solve within Its own borders problems thatnrlse not merely from juxtaposition povertyand riches but especially from the selfcon sclousness of both poverty and riches Each nation must deal with these mat ters In its own fashion and yet the spirit In which The problem is approached must ever be fundamentally the same It must be a spirit of broad humanity of brotherly kindness of acceptance of re sponslbility one for each and each for all and at the same time a spirit as re mote as the poles from every form of weakness and sentimentality As In war to pardon the coward is to do cruel wrong to the brave man whose life his cowardice Jeopardizes so in civil affairs it is revolting to every principle of justice to give to the lazy the vicious or rewardwhichbraver wiser abler men have earned The only effective way tp help any man Is to help him to help himself end the worSt lesson to teach him Is that ho tan be permanently helped at the expense of some one else True liberty shows Itself to best advantage In protecting the rights of others and especially of minorities Privilege should not be tolerated because it Is to the advantage of a minority nor yet because it is to the advantage of a majority No doctrinaire theories of vested rights or freedom of contract can stand In the way of our cutting out abuses from the body politic Just a lit tie can we afford to follow the doctrln incidentallydwhich in destroying Individual rights including property rights and the tam tty would destroy the two chief agents In the advance of mankind and tie twe chief reasons why either the advance OP the preservation of mankind Is worth to w thingbepossibletorBut it is an unspeakably foolish thing to strive for this betterment by mdans so destructive that they would leave no so- clalcondltlons to better In dealing with all these social problems with te Intimate relations of the family with wealth in private use and business use with la or with poverty the one primes neces fty Is to remember that though hardness of heart Is a great evil It Is no greater an evil than softness of head But in addition to these problems the most Intimate and Important of all which to a larger or less degree alffect all the modern nations somewhat alike wo pandedthatone another and with alien races Have special problems and special duties of our wn You belong to a nation which pos esses the greatest empire upon which the sun has ever shone I belong to a nation which is trying on a scale hitherto unex ampled to work out the problems of gov ernmenttor of and by the people whlld at the same time doing the International duty of a great power But tttere are certain problems both of shaveto solve and as tb which our standards should be the same The Englishman the varioushomescan both at home and abroad are brought intel contact with utterly alien eoples som with a civilization more an orhavlnGbarism which our people left behindagessago The problems that arise are nigh inconceivable difficulty They cannot be solved by the polish sentimentality of stayathome people with little patent recipes and those cutanddried theories o f the political nursery which have such oflementalsolved by the raw brutality of the men roughtrontlerthe only standard of right in dealing with ther men arid treat alien races only as- ubjectss for exploitation No hard and fast rule can be drawn as theyifferly than some of them differ froni us But th rearoone or two rules which must not be forgotten In the run there can be no justification for one rice man aging or controlling another unless the management and control are exercised in the Interest and for the benefit1 of that peopleshatinue in the future in even greater de PhUIpplnesgards every race everywhere at home tQdevlatetromwhich bids us treat each matt on his worth as a man He must notbe sentimentally favored because he belongs to a given race he must not be given Im munity In wrongdoing or permitted to privilegesvicious and Unfit among themsejlves On the other hand where he acts n a way which would entitle him to respect and heIss anothertockduces a much smaller proportion of men of his typo than does our own This has nothing to do with social intermingling with what Is called social equality Ithas to do merely with the question of do ing to each man and each wofrian that elementary justice which will permit him or her to gain from life the reward which should always accompany thrift sobriety selfcontrol respect for the rights of others and hard and Intelli gent work toa given end To more than each Just treatment no man is entitled ajid less than such just treatment no man sfeould receive Duty of Nation to Nation Internationaltion to another I that tub laws of morality whichshould govern Individu als in their dealings one with the other are just as binding Concerning nations In their dealings ono with the other The application of the moral law must be different in the two cases because one case It has and In the other It has not the sanction of a civil law with force behind it The individual can depend for his rights upon the courts which them selves derive their force from the police power of the state The nation tan de pend upon nothing of the kind and therefore as things are now lit is the highest duty of the most advanced and freest peoples to keqp themselves in such anybarLmrlsmresting the progress of the world by strl king down the nations that leatl in that progress It would be foolish ndeed to pay heed to the unwise person who de sire disarmament to be begun by the very peoples who of all others should possiblefoestrongly both the leaders and tle peoples who practise or encouruge or condone aggression and Iniquity by the strong at the expense of the weak We should tolerate lawlessness and wickedness neither by the weak nor by the strong and both yeah and strong we should Jo refurn treat with scrupulous fairness The for eign policy of a great and selfrespecting country should be conducted oh exactly the same plane of honor of insistence upon ones own rights and of respect for the rights of others as when a brave and honorable man is dealing with his fellows Permit me to support this state ment but of my own experience For nearly eight years I was the of a great nation and charged especially with the conduct of its foreign and during those years I took no action with reference to any other people on face of the earth that I would not have felt Justified In taking as an Individual in dealing with other individuals I believe that we of the great tivlllzet nations of today havo a right feel that long careers of achievement lie before our several countries To each of us is vouchsafed the honorable privilege of do ing hs part however small in that work Let us strive hardily for success even If by so doing we risk failure spurning the poorer souls of small endeavor who know neither failure nor success Let us hope that our own blood shall continue- In the land that our children and chil drens children to endless generations shall arise to take our places M play a mighty and dominant part In tee world But whether this be denied or granted by the years we shall not see let at least the satisfaction be ours that we have carried onward the lighted torch In own day and generation It we do this then as our eyes close and we go out Into the darkness and other hands grasp the torch at loast we can says that our prt has been borne well and Valiantly Charity and Prudenc The contradictions of life are many An observant man remarked recently that he was prowling about a certain city square when he came upon a drinking fountain which boro two con flicting Inscriptions One the original Inscription on the fountain was from the Bible And whosoever will let him take the War ter of life freely Above this hung a placard Please do not waste the waterV Youths Companion NEVER SAW FIANCEE Servian Crown Prince to Wed Turkish Sultans Daughter Union Between the Royal Houses Ar ranged Young Man Was Reported Having Designs on an Amer lean Heiress Belgrade In the announcement which has just ben made of the en gagement between the crown prince oJ Servla and Princess Schadis Sultana fourth daughter of exSultan Abdul Hamid of Turkey findno one can a signification of the impending union two loving hearts or anything reaching the romantic These twc beIman e never even seen each other the prospective bride be- Ing a Turkish lady of high degree who is seen by no One outside her owe household until her wedding day The affair is fixed up by the fathei and uncle of the principal parties to it during the visit of King Peter ol Servia to the sultan of Turkey and real significance is found In the fact thai by allowing his niece to become the wife of the future king of Servia the sultan acknowledges the Karageorge vitch family to be of equal rank with Tils own This family of lengthy and cacophonous nomenclature has had what literally may be called a mush room growth for only as far back as Crown Prince George 1SQ4 the founder of the dynasty was a swineherd Servia was a part of the Turkish empire originally but about that time it rose and the swineherd it was who won independence for his kingdom and was seto upon the throne as its first king The crown prince of Servia as Is probably known is the second son ofI the prrentklng of Servia the eldest Princess Schadis Sultana Eon having been forced by his father to renounce his claim to the throne owing to his wild and dissipated life Prince Alexander is a much quieter youth though ttne wonders rather what his opinion Is oil the subject of his unseen bride Her veiled pictures ms to show that she is an extreme ly beautiful girl The report was spread in the United States several months ago that thfe crown prince and his brother intended to visit that country this summer and would try to win the hand of soma wealthy American girl who would exchange her millions for the title of Queen of Servia It was said that a special envoy had gone to Washington to arrange for Prince Georges Introduction to a Chi cago heress who has several millions at her cpmmand and will have more In the event of the death of her mother This has been emphaticaly denied and the announcement has been made that the man who claimed to be the royal matchmaker is not even known to the crown prince Tea TipplIng In Ireland Some interesting sidelights on the life of the peasantry in Ireland are contained in the reports of the inspec tQrs of national schools which have fately been issued The report says The use of tea Is now carried to such dangerous excess that it ranks before alcohol as an enemy of the public health To aggravate the situation It is In the very poorest parts of the country that the tea evil is most ac tive and hurtful It Is only the cheap sorts of tea that reach these poor peo pie and let the quality be good or bad the tea is so prepared for use that the liquid when drunk has the properties of a slow poison The tea pot stewing on the hearth all day long Is kept literally on tap the members of the family young as well as old resorting to It at discretion1 tI t IiRoaportilJfill Contains double the nutriment and none ofthe impurities so often found in socalled fresh or raw I milk The use of littyV in sures pure rich whole some healthful milk that is superior in flavor and economical in cost libLT Enpt M is the purest freshest high grade milk obtained from selected carefully fed cows It is pasteurized and then evaporat ed thewater taken out filled into bright new tins sterilized and sealed- airtighturitilyouneed it Use Libbys and tell your friends hOw good ins Libby IICHIin I4byt CWcaP r = A I HEY KNEW JlgsonWhen a mans young het anxious to show his knowledge Jagson When he gets older hg just as anxious to conceal his Ignorance i Spreading the News Postmaster Fuller of Rockland Me was the sparkling wit at the postmaS- ters dinner He announced with mock solemnity that he had Just received word from his congressman that his name had been sent In somewhere In Washington for reappointment in recognition of his efficient service amd the votes he could swing 1 have dashed the momentous news of my triumph to distant Rockland to my wife and if I nIp acquainted with the lady as I believe that I am the glad tidings have ere now penetrated to the most remote section of that district was a sally that brought down the house HARD ON CHILDREN When Teacher Has Coffee Habit Best is best and best will ever live When a person feels this Sway about Postum they are glad to give testimony for the benefit of others A school teacher down in Miss 3ays 11 had been a coffee drinker since my childhood and the last few years It had Injured me seriously One cup of coffee taken at breakfast would cause me to become go nervous that I could scarcely go through with the days duties and this nervousness was often accom panied by deep depression of spirits and heart palpitation t I am a teacher by profession and when under the influence of coffee had to struggle against crossness when in the school room When talking this over with mY physician he suggested that I try Postum so purchased a packageand made it carefully according to directions found it excellent of savOr and nourlshlng In a short time I noticed very graU fyibg effects My nervousness disap peared 1 was not irritated by my pu pUs life seemed full of sunshine and my heart troubled me no longer- I attribute my change In health Del spirits to Postum alone Read the little book The Rokd to Wellvilleln pkgs Theres Reason Ever read the a1tVeJettert A Tr oae appears frcm time te tine STfcer are KcauUe Iris a111 taU ef THUMB Interest jr I I l 4w THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 8c9- orIF YOU WANT A GOOD SMOKE TRY WALTER MCLAUGHLINS NEW BR- AVDMyRA 1i f Sc tIGARFor Sale at all Cigar Stands IISPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONEDOELAR t or lIn Advance ttfv litred at the postoffice at Springfield t fy for transmission through the Jfv rails as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION f Ose Year ILCO fyiz Months t b0 Tree Months 2d DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS tBON BEN JOHNSON THE IQY ON THE FARM t Recently it has come to be noticed that there is a tendency on the part of tour youths who have been led away from the wholesome country lfeto seek employment in the cities to hark back tbtheir first love and once more cast in their lot with the simple and healthful Jifeon the farm The allurements of city life soon pall and the congestion in all lines of employment is so pro nounced that it is a difficult matter for even the hackneyed and worldlywise city bred youth to obtain remunerative employment This coupled with the fact that wages are continually being revised downward and that thecost jof living is on the up grade renders it f alOO to 1 shot against the unsophistica ted country youths chances of success in the cities of today Competition is Iceen and few remunerative or respectable positions can be obtained without r4 influence Statistics show us that thousands of college graduates are Jiving by their wits in our large cities or eking out miserable existences in menial occupations While facilis est f f descensus Averni may be as true of the country as of the city the incline is not so steep nor so well greased That manor youth who can pass safely through the maelstrom of city vice and profliga cyasTresented in these days of flagrant immorality must be a second Joseph find if for no other reason cities should sbe shunned by every class of our f selfrespecting youth 7 While the farm to the boy intent up v on the enjoyment of hid boyhood days may seem restrictive and at times even harsh yet every farm boy should try to offset these disagreeables with the glorious privileges he enjoys Perhaps the greatest longing in the citizen is to get himself and his family into the i country during the heated term away from the polluted atmosphere of his city environments Their pallid faces and nerveless systems tell the whole i story and are far more eloquent than any Esculapian thesis ever written To the discontented farm boy we desire to ask him to reflect ere he cast away a certainty for an uncertainty jv We want him to realize that the farmer is the most independent man on earth v He is the prime producer The f is the man whose pressure of the elec v trie button of the soil starts the whole commercial machinery of the world f He is th1 backbone of everycivihzedna lion on the globe Depress the agri cultural interests of any country and every other interest will be depressed in a corresponding or even greater ra tio In this land of ours his influence is supreme In matters politil cal ediica tional clerical he is alwas a dominant factor and there is nota condition of human existence today that could dispense with him These remarks are called forth by the contents of the following communica ion sent to us by A Boy on the Farm and will probably give an idea of some of the reasons why boys have been de- sIrous of leaving the farm and seeking any other kind of employment that offered and while perhaps it may be a little colored in the main it must be admitted the summing up is against the farm The farmer of today is a prosperous man individually and collectively and is in a position to make the boys life on the farm more of a pleasure than a drudgery Let his home life be such that he can always invite his friends and associates feeling that they will consider it an honor to visit his home Invest him with as much authority in the farm as his years and experience will justify and deny him no reasonable relaxation Let him have agood prac tical High School education and forego aU the oipgies and isms The profs sions are overcrowded and the socalled higher education is a waste of time and money We have rarely known of such meth ods failing to attach the boy to the farm But we feel that a better state of things exists for the boy on the farm today than was the case tenor twenty years ago still we append this particu lar boys plaint as of interest to whom it may concern Say what you will says our correspondent oabQut the general usefulness of boys itis mv impressun that a farm without a boy would soon come to riefI What the boy does is the life of the farm He is the factotum always in demand always expected to do the thousand indispensable things that nobody else will do Upon him fall all the odds and ends the most disagreeable things Alter everybody else is through he has to finish up Consider what a boy on a farm is re quired to dothings that must be done oxevery hing will come to a standstill Iris understood in the first place that he must do all the errands go to the store to the post office and carry all sorts of messages If he had as many legs as a centipede they would tire be fore night How his two snort limbs are adequate to the task is a mystery He needs as many legs as there are spokes in a wheel fixed so he could ro tate in the same way This he sometimes tries to do and the people who have seen him turning cart wheels along the side of the road have supposed that he was amusing himself an his time while he was only trying to invent a new mode of locomotion so that he could economise in the use of his legs and do his errands with greater dispatch He practices standing on his head in order to accustom himself to any position The boy is the one who spreads the hay when the men have cutit he mows it away in the barn he rides the horses to cultivate the corn up and down the hot dusty rows he picks up the pota toes when they are dug he drives the cows night and morning he brings wood and water he splits the kindling he gets up the horses and puts them out in the evening Whether he is in the house or out of it there is always some hesgrindstone he knows where there are lots of wintergreens and sweet flags but he cannot go for them as he has to stay in doors and pare apples stone mortarrtions he is merely ah idle boy who has nothing to busy himself with but school and chores He would gladly do all th work he imagines if somebody woul- do the chores Itoooooooeoooooeo A LITTLE GOOD EYE WASH I will take away that redness of the o lids and the feeling of soreness We o are particularly careful about eye remedies and will not recommend any that has not been tested and not found wanting Certainly we have o droppers silk sponges etc Theres o nothing youd expect in a firstclass o drug store we dont hae LEO HAYDONj THB3RESCRIPTIONiJTORE p IooOaoaooo ooOa Dr1IL T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky moo in flagon Block up stairs ILocal News Notes LosTOnlast Sunday aft moon on the streets a small gold necklace with opal setting Return to this office Rev W A Wolff will preach atthei SundayI300 p m Everybody cordially invited i to attend Tobacco Plants For Sale I have Tobacco Plants in a 9x250 foot bed which I desire to sell S P Derringer Springfield Ky The Sisters of St Catherines request us to announce that children under twelve years of ale will not be allowed in the exhibition all on commencement day This is required in order to make room for the large crowd that usually attend The olored people of St Dominics Churc will present the three act Forest Comedy Those Dreadful Twins at i the Opera House June 11 Specialties and god music Good order will pre vail Reserved seats for White people i June Clearance Sale all Millinery at HALF PRICE See for yourself Mrs Williams Next Sunday morning the pastor of the hurch will speak on Meet ing The Christ The nigh topic will be onistes Prof Craw ley will sing at both services The members of St Catherines Alumnae Association are cordially tin yited to attend its meeting to be held Monday June 13 1910 Please send s regrets ot1 acceptance to the Sisters by June 10 Mrs J B Molohon Pres Mrs J Lum Abell Treas Miss Wathen Sec Commencing tonight at eight oclock Prof W M Crawley of Smiths Grove Ky will hold a Musical Institute at the Baptist Church He has been employed by the church and is expected to spend at least two weeks in Springfield There will probably be classes each morning afternoon and night and each member is urgently requested to join at least one of these We have a number of farms for salef at prices from 500 to 2000 Good tobacco farm stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop FOR SALEA beautiful tone square piano Hirzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call atthe Sun Office EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The Medical profession all agreed thedthing that as to some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficultyby drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by ZEMO is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers qt ZEMO It tells how to cure yourself at home of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at the Leo Haydon Drug Store for book let and learn more about this clean tsimple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp fit + + t TOO MUCH MENS AND BOYS C CLOTHING i WE ARE GOING TO MAKE i Special Low Pri sil IN THIS DEPARTMENT iFORi THE NEXT 30 DAY 1 So that we may educe tHe Stock 1tjr This is a good chance to get a BARGAIN and you should NOT fail to take advantage of it The stock consists of the Newest Styles in Spring and Summer Suits and you will tit get a liberal reduction on every one of them v tit weretttj HALFPRICE ii tSee ifyour size is in this lot and get a bargain w One Lot of Mens and Young Mens 4 t STRAW HATS AT HALFPRICE tt fit ITS HERE LOOKar w fit Special lot of Youn Tens Socks25cnewshade50c val es tor i Special tot of Young Mens Socks 19call colors 25c values for j 6geIt W We many to offer and will be glad to show you I ri fir KENTUCKY 1lt iFYttStf + 1tZt3titt tt tt1+Ztf 3t iasi atss + + Heavy Loss by Fire The barn of Mr Burr Coleman who resides a short distance from town near the pike was entirely by fire on Thursday night of last week Of the five horses in the barn four were saved the fifth one for tunitely the least valuable returned to the barn after having been taken out and was burned to death The fire originated in the crib and was under goad heLd way when discovered Excepting the stock the entire contents were destroyed consisting ofsurry buggy binder drill one hundred and fifty bushels 01 corn anka number of tools etctentail ing gloss of about dollars with only four hundred insurance Origin of the fire known Bardstown Standard Killed His lionsi Sam Rose the man who was sb badly manned by the three lions at Jherokte Eds farm was again attacked by them last Saturday afternoon Rode was watering them when one of the large males reached through the bars of the cage and fastening his claws in his coatI sought to draw him closer to the cage He managed to escape with a whole skin but his clothes were badly torn When informed of the trouble Cherokee Ed took a large caliber rifle and killed all three of the lions It requited 20 shots to do the work The lions were will be expensive ones as the lions cos Wants To Help Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt tin it Thats why he wants to help som one now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distressed from Backache Nervousness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric Bitters work Wonders fo shce troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cared me and now I am wel- and hearty Jtq also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50cI at Hay don Robertsons i Manufactured by itPerwMens Heavy Grey Mixed Sox Per air L 7 12e e 4 Silk FouirinHand Ties +Worth 40c for 19c + hake bargains The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO iINCORPORATED titISPRINGFIELD iYaatas3aa11aaSa sstsstas2Y3aGs Sprihgfield dollarsI ouisIville gOliLebanon + + + cathIerines raising chickens fornearlr vllleKy + + + + + + + + + they desire to Anyone contem Iplating buying a tent will well to this before buying aQQQQbQQeaenQeQeQ You Can Fit Yourself 0 with finest softest under wear here from nely arrived stock Finelv made finely fin ished throughout areheadquar ters Gents Furnishings of the 3 first quality such is worn Dar o ticular dressers only Dress shirt collars cuffs negligees night robe and pajamas hosiery gloves hand kerchiefs at e sonable prices IGrundyoaaoeoeooeneoeoeaoeoo ISAVE YOUR FOWLS I Core la recognized as standard poultry It is the one remedy that can bedepeadod- on with absolute certainty to prevent Gapes Cholera Koup Lltabcrneck Diarrhoea all forms of poultry A few drops in the drinkingwater keeps healthy FortheBourbon Poultry Cure 1HAS NO EQUAL Mrs WWRalitOBHopkiB lays VI I have remedyIbeen fifty years and I only WW- sell do see one the and our and We J for as by J etc y the cure and and dJs eases owls and IIIBourbon Remedy Col U SeA I At All Leading Druggists 6Oo per dottls Trial VI I Fr I DrurKIststRURAL TELEPHONES I MR FARMERMake your home as modern for your positiontobe accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your neighbors canget for a sum that is small com pared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn LrnErcan immediately interest you Our lines cover theStates lofKentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the 1southern portion of Indiana and CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY j v incorporatedv1 1 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 f ML1IIPJ s SSSS Sss SI S1S SS S Si SSSS S Dipping Tanks Pumps L a Plumbing and honing Guttering and Repair Work a SpecialtyIf We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed HATGHETT McPHERSON i Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention J ttS Binders Mowers ti + tfo Rakes Twinef 7JYr BIforeuYlng + 2 t I G ROBERTSON CO4 t I W V STALLAtfD D D 72IIk SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE TEETH 3 EXTRACTED WITHOUT PainorDangtr t I IIAllO ooooo ooooo I Personal Notest O o 0 t Visitors In and Out of Townes 0 Round Up oftheWeeks- Personal 0 0 NewsJ tw QDFrank Blanfor spentd Sunday m Lebanon Mrs Joe Pettus and children will return home today after a visit to at Lancaster =Mrs Pattie Bandford and daughter vlmejda are visiting relatives and friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs P J Thomas have returned from a visit to relatives at El CreekMr and Mrs C W Hagan i Lebanon attended the SimmsRubel dd ngrhursdayiv Mrs Tresa Hagan who has been ill1 Louisville for the past two months will return home Saturday Miss Rodman Tfcurman who at tendsScience Hill Academy at Shelby vills at home for the vacation DancBishop =Miss Mary Elizabeth Carroll has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Ellen Simms Miss Ella McAtee ot Cincinnati Is the guest of her sister Mrs Wathen rB1 Mr Will Robertson spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville G T Burton will be absent from his office from Saturday June 11th to the 14th on a ViSIt home Miss Lena Hobe of Perrvville is the guest of Mrs Joe Bishop this week Misses Margaret and Ellen Simm- pentS Sunday in Lebanon = Mr and Mrs Joe Bishop were i Lebanon Sunday Miss Margaret Thompson has returned to her home at Highland Park after a weeks yisit to Miss Mary Noe Mr Erick Carricospent Sunday i Bardstown Prof Geo W Colvin was in Frankc fort last week to attend xhe dedicatory ceremonies of the new Capitols Mr SrM Campbell wife and daughter left yesterday for a visit to their children at Indianapolis 7Mr W E Leachman attended the dedication of the new Capitol at Frank fort last Thursday Mr B P Grigsby Sr Mrs 0 E Gnpsby Miss Marjorie Grigsby and Dr Guy Grigsby of Bardstown spent yesterday here Miss Lucy Selecman returned home yesterday from Georgetown where she BesssikBradford Redtortd Cherry Barlow and John S Kelly County Judge FBoohe Rapier Circuit Clerk ArchPulliam Messrs J A Cecil Frank Sympson and G K Crume of Bardstown are attending court here this week Miss Addle Keeling entertained the himplar Fidelity Class of the Baptist Sunday School on last Thursday afternoon Those present were Misses Della McElroyee Webb Mesdames W R Selecman James Simpson Adolph Barriet Mamie Wallace and Mrs Brypn Croake teach er of the Agoga Class Mound City taints may cost a trill more but Mr Leo HaydonI tiiI t u IJust Received a New Line ItofOLD HICKORY i Ii Porch and Lawn j odSIIat prices to suit any poc Better place your Vbefore they are all gone JlJJ IIThe best Porch Swing on the Market Come and Inspect our line of goods 11LeachmanFurniture Store I PLEASANT GROVE Misses Mable and Nannie Thompson have returned home after spending several days with friends here byherwillsmake her home grandndayMiss Della Rav Gregory is visiting her grandmother at Danville Mrs L N Reed has returned home MrsnAdams Loyd Colvin attended the Capitol dedication at Frankfort Judge James Noe and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S C Van arsdaleMr Mrs D R Litsey and son visited Judge B L Li tsey Sunday The Childrens Day exercises at Pleasant Grove church were until next Sunday night Mr and Mrs Lewis Vanarsdale o Harrodsburg spent Saturday and Sun with Mr S C Vanarsdale The Sharpville ball team will play the Litsey Stars on next Saturday VALLEY HILL Mrs WVA Sharp of Salyisa visi ted Mrs W E Brown during the past few daysVMrs Pauline Hardee who has been with her sister Mrs T G Tatum of this place during the past year has returned tocher home in Louisville Mrs Minmelhittington of Rock falls guest of her mother Mrs S E Piles Rev W A Wolfe of Springfield will preach to the citizens of this sec tio at trig school house Sunday at 3pm Mrs S P Derringer of Springfield visited her rents Mr and Mrs JR ONeal of this place last week end i1tedresides oef near fourth birthday anniversary on last Wednesday Several ot her children and grandchildren about twentylive 1m numbergathered together on that day to make it one of pleasure for this beloved woman who has passed the fourscore mark She is hale and hearty for her age and everyone wishes he the happy return of several birthday celebrations in the future Mrs Der ringer is the mother of Mr Willis Derringer of this place and at onetime resided in this section Any Woman Can HaveBeautiful Uai Many women do not realize the tractions they possess because they not give proper attention to the hair The women ot Paris are famed for their beauty not because their facial features are superior to those of oth women but because they know how keep young by supplying vigor luster and strength to the hair Three years ago Parisian Sage could hardly be obtained in America But now this delightful hair tonic and dres sing can be had in every town in Amer ica The Leo Haydon Drug Co sells it land they guarantee it to grow beau t ful luxuriant hair td turn dull lifelesa hair into lustrous hair to stop falling hair to stop itching of the scalp Ask for Parisian Sage TEXAS Morgan Arnold ot Perryville here aS Sunday John Peterson and Miss Flossie Coca nougher spent last week witH the for mers relatives in Anderson and Nelson counties Mr and Mrs Sanders of Tyrone are visiting their daughter Mrs Claude Begley Mrs Clem Cbcanougher has returned homeafter a few days visit to her brother Lud Yankey of Penick Rev Harvey Hatchett and rife o Tatham Springs spent Sunday night with the formers brother Dr A Y Hatchett of this place Mrs Clay Brady is ill at this writing Mrs Ida and Pearl Claybrodke are visiting their sister Mrs J D turner of Lexington Miss Hattie Arnold who has been at tending school at Caldwell College in Danville has returned home S T Spalding and little daughter Laura of Lebanon were here one day last week N Rice and family are visiting his parents at New Market this week Messrs Ed Sweazy of Van Buren and Clyde Sweazy ot Antioch spent Saturday and Sunday with the latters wifes sister Mrs John Peterson Miss Minnie Trenk of Lebanon and her nold Mondaytspent a fey days in Louisville last weeksV The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely Everyone is invited to attend Study hour promptly at 3 oclock in the afternoon Miss May Bohanrion of Leban on spent last weeklwithMisses Nellie and Georgia W H Nelson was in Lebanon Mon davfRev W H StaiHnRS of Smiths Grove and Clayte fallings of Hills borough spent one y recently with Mr and Mrs J M Ida MAUDV rMiss Catherine W kefield has return ed home after spending several days in BloomjReld with her sister Mrs S Cloyd Misses May and Norris Bodine ar visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Wakefield was in Spring fieWone day last week Mesdams Sallie Bodine and OraCrum and Misses Emma and Birdie Love LWithMrsdMrs Ike Wright and daughter o MrsfMaster Ike Wright of Bloomfield spent Saturday with Masters Dorchester and Fronk Crume Mriand Mrs Andrew Kirch spen Suna with Mr and Mrs Sam neafMooresville Messrs Will Huston and SJ Norris s Shehan were in Springfield Saturdy Miss Besse Settle is visiting friends and relatives in LOUisvillei Will Shehan was in Frankfort Thursday Mrs Mary Shehan and daughter Miss Josie Mrs Ed Goatley and hild ten spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs M L Trouteman Miss Maggie Montgomery spent Sat urday with Mrs Andrew Kirsch Mesdams Ora Crume and J M Mont gomery and son Mack were in Spring field Wednesday Mrs R C BoblitofSprmKfiedjpertt several days e last week Hjrk Shehan and wife were in our town Friday John Settles of Blodmgeld spent Sunday with his parents Mr and11rsc aF Settle Mrs Shannon Clod spent Tuesday with Mrs E E Wakbfield Mrs WShehan of Springfield spent Wednesday with her son Mr Eugene Shehan rLONG LILK mOn Tuesday May 25th friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr James Lowe and celebrated his sixty eighth birthday and surprised him with 1ThererMr and Mrs Willie Lowe and three children Mr and Mrs Reed Russell and Rusetdoes Me rceda and Mary 10weMr and Mrs John Gillespieand family Mr and Mrs Will Carpenter and two boys Mr Ruseantomon Mrs Jelpah Harmon hit and Mrs Dave Yankey Miss Woodsie Yan key Mr Lois Yankey and Misses Lau ra and Sadie Shields who took photos of those present All spent a pleasant day and hope that he may live to enjoy many more such birthdays Mrs Lizzie Drury is quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Dic Graves Mr and Mrs J H Goode spent Thursday with Disley Bottom and wife The Springfield Sun LOi pet ysr t 44+MtMt+Mt + r f SPRING GOODS II t We have the most complete line of Spring Goods for ttit the cultivation of gardens necessities about the houses beautifying the SpringIr ectlonfour and prices will be a great saving to you Lawn Mowers + We have the lawn mower that will give you more satisfactory service than any other mower on the market Come and see ht IIThe Best Tobacco Hoes nThe Market ilw Garden Tools 44We have la complete line of garden tools Rakes Hoes Shov els Spades etcand the best Tobacco Hoes on the market J Ip All kinds of Hose Guaranteed We solicit a your a f1 Shultz VX Cleaver 4t and wZs arta t F3sA + Aat yet + + + tfltfl + + TT i BOOKER We have had a good rain and the far mers are happy on account of setting out tobacco as it is getting late in the Cull sold five shoats to Emmett Settle who sold them to W H Payne price unknown Tillieespent a aunt Lucy Ann Moore Mike Bobhtt of Booker spent Sat motheer Jesse Pile was in town Saturday We are sorry to say there wont be thefwill be the pastor during the ensuing year Ham Pile and family spent Sunday with Louis Kirsh Jim Cull of Bloomfield spent Satur JameseEd Sweeney has removed his sawmill to Nelson colntyon Dudley Barlows place and will be ready to sawa ain in a few days Mrs Minnie Mayfield spent lastThurs day with her mother Mrs Jeff Smith W A Wolfe and wife spent Friday night with Mrs T J Settle Mrs TJ Settle entertained a number of friends last Thursday Mesdames A C McElroy Geo Wharton J Y Mayes T Scott Mayds Mary L Dur re Clarkh09Mrs daughter spent one day last week with Mrs Josie Bar low near Springfield Mr and Mrs Louis KirshsPgrit the day recently with daughter Mrs Ham Pile Miss Colvin of Louisville is the guest of her brother Erastus Colvin at Booker H P Pile killed 52 large rats in his corn cnb the other day Hot Bread- Cream Bread Rye Bread and jail kinds of By calling us any morn ink at eleven oclock Screen wire tWe can save you money ont Screen Wire for Windows Doors and Porches All widths and all sIzes +Perfection Oil Stoves The Blue smokeless flame and glass oven door Asa those who have one about the pleasure of summer looking + Lawn respectfully share of patronage Hardware Plumbing Tinning W aaltlltrItl Rol1- sLight Fancy Cakes CATARRH WILL GO Relief Comes m TWO Minutes a Complete Cure in Few Winks j Dont go on hawking yourself sick very morring1ts cruel its harinufafr its unnecessary IlY after breathing Hyomei the woni = der worker you are not rid of wile catfarrh you can have your money back No stomach dosingjust take the litn tie hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and pour into ifc a few drops of Hyoraei breathe it ac cording to directions In twommjates it will relieve you of that scuffed1 up i verydaytirely free from catarrh v Breathing Hyomei is a very pleasant and certain way to kill catarrh t Get an outfit today itonly costs fij its worth 1000 to any catarrh sufferer For sale by druggists everywhere and by the Leo Haydon Drug Coi who guarantees it to cure catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat and bronchi tis An extra bottlaof Hyomei liquid if needed costs but 5Oeas the little hard rubber inhaler you get with tile outfit will last a life time MIMONArev It relieves stomach misery sour stom ftch botching and cures all stomach dis tatslets YOU CAN GET tr TELEPHONE 69 And your order will be promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO ourkGRAPE JUKES iii IH f I r SERIALSTORY r r r W fThe Master iiofCrayenBy Author of Amanda of the Mitt Miss Desmond etc etc III a ar I NtiIOfijTlfkt U06 by JBUpplncott I SYNOPSIS Bull Tempest worlds greatest poet and novelist refusing further to be lion- Ized shuts himself In Craven his country home His gloomy meditations are broken by the admission of an Ameri EnglandMore especially a synopsis of his ne being41stur1tedsad asks Lucy to go Repenting his rude s In sending her out at night In th rata Tempest hastens after her but sh to return to Craven with him an takes lodging with a cottager morning Lucy receives an apology from Tempest and an offer to assist her i essa Tempe st dictates tLucygwho listens spellbound as sh writes Lucy decides to go to London but readhettInagerandwhomtiewhethea the divorce first Tempest departs for t plcturni that lady from Lucy The latter consents to continue the writing Tempest burns the letters and photographs of LadYOr ond He takes great pleasure in Lucys preence as their work progresses He takes her to Pentheun castle where un expectedly he meets Lady Ormond CHAPTER VI Tempest tortured himself with won dering whether or not Miss Carew ha beard and how much if she ha beard would it affect her and why That It would not be indifferent to her he was too versed in women no to mark and he read with delight al that this cleareyed girl revealed coIf I could have a right to her would lbe so quick to understand ber Probably not It Is simply be lamtorturedrieverclalm1f things had been so that we might have married I dare sap I should have eaten my heart out with doubt regarding her state of mindDurIngthe drive from Penthuen to Craven over miles swiftly and easily covered by the heavyrolling motor Tempest had not been able very satisfactorily to study his companion Ex citement may have blurred his vision passedIacross eyes ee what change had come to her trace Once he muttered something under his breath which she could not Ibear It sounded like an Imprecation With all his power of making him selt delightful he filled the short hour so perfectly as to leave Miss Carew no time in which to think and puzzle and to withdraw from him He made her conscious of herself and of him fjand crowded out every possible other jperson from her mind On leaving her at RamsdiUs he isaid nothing whatsoever about seeing her the following day and before it dawned he had regretted it During the early hours he was up 4at dawn pacing his bedroom later tramping his study his face towards the window through which he could catch the first glimpse of Miss Carew when she should appear he searched the avenue with the eagerness of brie who waits for a herald Over and over again he murmured Well she has gone She should have igorie long ago I am quite madand have I dared to dream Letty did a good turn to the child He gathered together the manu script she had copied in a pile on the top a sonnet ha had written during the last few days It was half after ten a good 30 minutes beyond her hour Til give her another hour to wonder into be jealous inand to make liP her mind to be late Inthen if she fails me I will scatter these sheets to the wind He steadfastly watched the unloveliness or The hanged November atmosphere He had been right in his prediction sthe phenomenal beauty of the aur tumn was gone and England had se tsled down into the early winter gloom In another five minutes Tempest saw her coming up the alley to the terrace steps She found him standing by what called a sacrificial pile of all their work one hand on it one stretched out to her and a radiant welcome on his face I should have waited Just one hour morehesatd and then have de atroyed this stuff Miss Carew Between them there was already the embarrassment of Intense per tonal feelixtg undeclared His delight atiier return was too much for her composure She turned away with fibs excuse of taking off her coat and gloves and todayshe laid aside her atfor the first time he saw her jkAlrlrGepf covering it gave him th 1 rt thinking her at home Inr Itirova i When he said brusquely JCj domt1 want to write today Misa Carew she flushed painfully INo You did not perhaps expect me 1 7 never dare to expect youI have expectationthenwas at the window you saw me 1 Yes Why do you gather up yoUr gloves rfgaln 1 If you dont care to work yshIa I have worked as you call it made you work for weeks methodical honest labor quite unusual even to me and yet I have produced pas mal de choses Cant I have one holiday We had yesterday We he laughed delighted We he emphasized will have this morn ing Let me rest in the agreeable sense talking with youan hour or two of1 Other words whose warmth even the simple phrase he used were at his tongues end Miss Carew sat down before her table and her materials and folded hands over them have asked you nothing Miss Carew during these faithful weeks I mean about yourself You must have sometimes thought me selfish 1 NoI he confessed horribly self ish but that is not the reason I have metongyouesoyouts to have a wand with you you bewitchedeto life again whosengovernable passions knows how to user Ive an idea there are no fairy stories in Americaat any rate I dont connect you with anything 3000 miles away You said something about careers and working for your liv ing Here he topped Her slender grace4ndtrast with the harsh facts he broached appeared to distress him I cant think of money or the lack of it in believedDont think It please Mr Temp nowt1The presence of Lucy Carew today was so grateful to him her so far more than he had let Took the Corner of the Table and Sat Himself Down on It hope his relief that she hadnot heard the tirade at Penthuen that lie could not forego the pleasure It was to move per to see her eyes g ow to watch her fluttering lids to mark the evidences of an agitation of which ho knew the cause by reason of his own pulse But he was dete mined to say nothing to alienate or terrify her to force a retreat ho kn w she would dQwell to make nothing that should soil relations far too precious to him to renounce I like to think so of you that yo Just appearedgot out of a pumpki- chariot at my door You said something about America butHe was struggling with himself Since he must not say to her what he wished what he longed to say any thing else would be an insult She had taken up her pen and h e let her write for a time dictating a few pages for recopy then threw them Impatiently down uIf you will let ma I will walk to the Ford with you We must start now or you will be very late for Mrs RamsdlUs At a little lane well on towards the town where he parted with her he said As long as you live you will never know what you have done for mo and I cant ever tell youonly wont you understand since such is the facto that I cant endure to think you have hardships to bear His tone and the strange phrase chilled her Did he mean this as a good by a dismissal She grew cold and pale They were quite by themselves in the little lane Craven behind them and the Ford Just at the turn Temp est took her passive hands to pressed them against his Then with the gesture she hlfandmarked before ho threw his and left her standing out another word alone On his return to the house he went straight to Mrs Henlys little tious e keeping rooma cpsey cumortabl e homely corner in a wing by itself tiecastles very midst Every object had a memory for him r 4 No sentimental revolution Tmd made an empire room of Mrs Henlys srchi Englishquarters Here she had lived a tranquil existence for over forty anddutiesouskeepers withtheknots of floating streamers which his retiedreal continuations and all the flowers and ribbons fell Into confusion in his mind The mantel clock with its toMrsmade the little Tempest dream of ships and those distant ports that pos sessed the maddening fascination of Hehadhadintended sUmulate4his armsMrsstooebythan thirty years He had been a achariotodorsTempest andteamiseries of boyloce which he had confided on Mrs Henlys breast here stormily later with the miseries of mans love he had not confided But never had he gone away without some roomTodayMrs Henly sat knitting in her big chair tSheashell stand by me tillthe end Then aloud Sit still Henly dont get up and Tempest took the cor ner of the table and sat himself down on it staring at her He was past 40 years old but only she wouldhave known it There htfrthatmentallyhestrong that youth seemed Inherent in him and he would never be old To ripHismade him often like a naughty child and when he was his more livable mydearwept tears already so bitter that she would not claim a nearer tie if It could have added salt to their brine Her master said shortly gofa line in order to collect herself then put her wok down on the table and looked at her master over her glasses He speaks of her as if she were the housemaid she thought j- Im heart sorry Mr Basil Why he demanded rudely why Shes a sweet and gentle lady corning as she does clinging to the door as I might say here as she iw day In and out no one could or does think harm of her He exclaimed furiously nlytoI mean said the housekeeper steadily that for a young lady alone herewith no mother or friend even even the Ford would talk but she bears it in her face what she is good and true Yes he interrupted more reasonS ably she does and good she shall remain Thats why she must go She must leave Cravenford no goodwill come to her for staying on But interrupted the devoted won an to you Mr Basil Tempest was forced to smile You would sacrifice anything to that I thInkfYop have kept silent and patient never considering her far or her reputation because you thought It was good for ma TO BE CONTINTBD Food for Reminiscence Twentyfive years hence the Penn sylvania railroad station will give a reminisceu inwas born on the site of the Pennsyl vania station they can tell their ao qualntances and then proceed to give an account of their vicissitudes dur ing the trying time of eviction to make way for the groat improvement That Introduction I was born on the site of such and such a buildings a favorite reminiscence with man men Even the new buildings afford considerable satisfaction to the fel low who likes to hark back to hit birthplace Why I heard a man boast the other day that he was born where the Hippodrome now stands Hotels churches theaters offices any build ing to which present interest attaches are a scaffolding to which men borr on that site may tack their sOOrlE The larger and more Important the building too more boastful the tono That being the case the possibilities of the Pennsylvania station as a M turo topic of conversation are 1m measurable Sanctum Confidences Brooks Bdld Rivers can you sir me a synonym for utility Ive used that word twice already 1 suppose I can growled Brooks but whats the use Use Use Thanks thatll do Thereupon they rattle of tho typewriter began again So It Is I see where Boston observed Appl day When is Bean day In Boston r Oh every day is boar day ln8a ton1 The Grace of Plumes diaphanous picture hats in or white and the dead THE of chip hats makes a ground upon which the of the designer can pose her dreams of beauty in coJoredostrichcombinations that vie with those in flowers Ostrich in two or three shades of one color in two or three colors and even in brilliant dashes plumehavethe hands of milliners throughout the ountry It is the grace of plumes that endears them to the heart of every designer of really beautiful mil- lInery If securely fastened by the stem to the body of the hat and left to its own sweet wljl or curve rather and the law of gravity the ostrich feather will dispose its length most gracefully The trimmer can not improve these lines which nature has drawn with the supple quill and dainty flumes Blown by the wind the airy fibers move in graceful lines and come back to test in the original po sitions that they held before they were disturbed This is true of the skeleton willow o trich plume- with tied flumes mor especially 14 tylng the flumes to leqgt en them the manufacturer is able Introduce new colors or shades and produce blended CLEAR SKIN A r NECESSITY Claim to Beauty Cannon Be Admitted Without the Possession of That Charm The fascination of a iclear fair skin is recognized by very woman No matter how regular her features if the skin Is blotched aj woman loses all her power to attract A good skin Is an evidence of health pure blood and right living Polder will not cover an imperfect complexion but will give It a mottled livid appearance A new preparation glares a soft youthful bloom to the kin will not show and is absolutely beneficial In every way It contains no zinc peroxide or white lead and may be used on a babysurely a perfect test of its purity It will rem bye the tired old expression engendered by pain or fatigue and the haggard look which the bustle of modern life will give to even a youthful face Rarely In deed can a beautifier be found which cannot be detected and the obvious uso of cosmetics robs a woman of that air of refinement which makes a lady A fresh natural appearance exacts willing admiration from either sex and such is certainly to be ob tamed by the use of this dainty preparation NEW NAPOLEON HAT A new phase of in whit linen lined thelapoJeonhat oluo linen AM in foulnrds and other slUt materials the polka dot sa favorite in the mixtures 6 silk and cotton harmony or contrast as he desires These plumes are light in weight and very beautiful In black they have a tendency to come to pieces For some reason the black dye so ef fects the feather that moisture makes it shrink or crawl and the knots u- ntleBut in colors they wear fairly well Women have been buying fragile materials too long to dispense with willow plumes on that account The natural ostrich plume with wide spread jf fibers slightly curled should be selected If tone is buying black A good ostrich plume moder ately heavy and made of uniformly good stock will prove about the most lasting article and the most satisfac millineryplumes of this character will do serv- Ice summer and winter They are at their loveliest on the black picture hat for midsummer This hat of hemp or hair braid with broad sweep- Ing flare of brim through which light filters Is the ideal model for stunning effect It is cool looking and always distinguished In white with plumes In white and black it looks as chaste as frost and throw- a becoming reflection upon the ski of the wearer The wide brims re quire this sweep of plumes In which trimmers delight JULIA BOTTOMLEY SOME OLD FRIENDS RETURN Materials Familiar to a Past Genera tion Have Again Become Popular Favorites An Inspection of the materials for summer wear show that certain old time reliable materials have returned under new namsbut our mothers will recognize their friends In the shape of the cttarse linens that re semblo oatmea cloth hopsacking and the various basket weaves The feature that commends itsel- to many women Is the fact that th weave is so evident that it serves for decoration and therefore requires yery little other ornamentation Sim ple braiding designs or buttons ire mornIngdressthese coarse fabrics form excellent backgrounds upon which designs in crossstitching done with woolen or linen threads may be added When tho individual touch of em broidery Is added these materials ar excellent for afternoon wear and al though the design Is more conven tional than the trailing vines works- by the weavers of 60 years ago the effect warrants the time expended in the constiuctlon To Use India Print Blue and white India print cut late bias strips of varying width make an excellent trimming for a childs dress Hero Is something unique and yet beautiful that will not fade and is by no means too oldlooking for a little girl India print Is an altogether desi ble and durable stuff In color an quality and can be used on fine o coarse white linen without the leas- danger of the colors spreading Into the white surface Buttons covered with the print will add style and then too the end material you have left will do for a band round the dark blue or whIte straw hat Biscuit Color Liked Biscuit color is in great demand Of course it Is perishable but dear to the heart of woman When this shade forms a back j ground for a crossbar of old rote Ir a thin line itia fascinating i Have Vouliby peratlelyshould be absolutely and perfectly clean She knows the trouble she has with certain yellow soaps that leave the dirt In and often make the little garments harsh and irritating to babys skin Easy Task soapryou can get It of your groceris the quickest and safest cleanser made It is antiseptic and it reduces the work of washing by half At thcFun ralcHe has been not only a minister but an editor I You dont say Then his chances of getting to heaven are even No his chances of getting to heaven are not quite so goof He was an editor only a short timenotenough to make it an even thing Life A Sample Box of Reslnol Ointment Was Nearly Sufficient in This Case Enclosed find money to pay for Res inoL Just the simple you sent has almost cured Eczema on my little girls face I will gladly tell my friends of the great merits of RealnoL Mrs Emma B McConkey Hacker Valley W Va Easy for Him Tommys MotherWhy arent you a good boy like Willie BJones Tommy Huh Its easy enough for him to be good hes sick meet of the time Philadelphia Record AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR 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GREEN fV Fred Erickson was heartkeen to I the fact that he loved the girl but as yet he had said nothing to her about i it In fact he had never spoken to her They were not acquainted with eachother It was what is called love at first alght that Is as far as Fred was con cerned The first time he saw her she wits sitting opposite him on a belt line car going from Albany to Troy and Ills susceptible heart had gone pita pat Chance thrust them together soften after that but without an op jwrtunlty to become acquainted 7 Erickson a young lawyer located In Albany should have been giving his whole attention to the theories 61 a practice that was yet to come Instead he dreamed the long office hours through and all his dreams were of the fair unknown This fascinating girl was In points of beauty a maid to marvel at Her eyes were dusky wells of midnight with long dark lashes that half hid the depths of them and the black of V these contrasted strangely with the h l white of her satiny skin All in all she was from her daintily arranged hair to the her tiny shoes the weetestgirIcreation that had ever coins to the ken of Fred Erickson He longed to meet her Here romance stepped in If Helen Landen this was her name bad ever cast a calculating eye over the tall serious faced youth who ap geared so frequently to her she did so j Without due knowledge of what fates vhad in store- Ringstgnsy circus a mighty army of tents opened in Albany to play two dates afternoon and evening with all the pomp and ceremony of that digni fled Institution Erickson attended the evening performance Spangled per formers crowded the three rings in marvelous act after act An army of i O What a Great Beast clowns capered to queer pranks as always the circus was a pulsati- nsuccessa gaudy glittering success After the concert Erickson and a friend found themselves strolling through the menagerie ten A mighty elephant almost the peer the famous Jumbo in size intereste- them Its crafty eyes were sparkling with Intelligence Its calm cak ulatin t Survey of the curious ones who gath ered to do It honor was majestic s restyesssionally as if delivering a benison A tinkling cadence of girlish tier from behind the youth aga caused the erratic heart vibrations his breast responsive to only on maid and Erickson turned His fac wadv father Her nearness caused the h v to fear for himself It seemed to hi that he must turn and crush her in his arms 0 what a great beast The girl turned to her father I wonder if sh V Is cross j The elderly person looked Inquiring lyitoward a keeper who stood at some little distance Not at all answered the attend ant Mildest mannered animal in k captivity nnd the largest Bess her knows morn some folks she does The girl stepped daintily forward a Smile curving her red lips and the pert little nose of hers wrinkled in amusementy Im going to feed her she said The elephant graciously accepted an absurdly small bon bon and seemed to wink a knowing eye at Erickson who glared enviously i The tiger is out A hoarse voice raised the cry and in an instant the tent was mob mad Women screamed and fainted Children wailed and men cursed To add to the pandemo nium the gasoline lights flickered des perately in the wind created by the pauic stricken crowdand went out A teline scream rose above the noise c ressonedd s s Soared The camels lifted their voices i in uncanny shrieks and excitement S was the Order of the moment r Erickson stricken dumb sudden y recovered himself and reacTied out t flrthoust S rescued at all hazards Just as his satisfied hands came in contact with her a velvety something brushed curiously across his face and then suddenly dropped to his waist their waistsand the two were lifted high in the air to be placed gently on the back of the elephant The girl gave a frightened half scream and her little hands convul = sively clutched the arm of her com panion Whatwhawhat Is IU she gasped Erickson thrilled at her touch Dont be frightened he said The big elephant has picked us up and for some reason placed us on her back Just at present it is the safest place In the tent We are out of the struggling crowd and awfcy fromthe tiger hello Whats happening The elephant was beginning to move Slowly cumbersomely like the heavy body that it was the great mass of flesh began to get under way and In a moment the two upon the funderthecircus man here and there the stretch of green about the tents was deserted The girl kept tight hold of the exultant youth although the broad back and gentle motion of the now rapidly moving Besa were not calculated to precipitate a fall 0 II am so frightened gasped the damsel Her hands convulsively gripped the youths arm Erickson was not frightened He was hilariously happy From behind them came hoarse shouts and the elephant hearing quickened his pace Had Erickson been a solitary rider he would have slid to the ground but now he was pleasantly impressed with a sense of guardianship Keep up your nerve came from the young attorney The elephant Is running away with us but he is not dangerous We are safe enough The keepers and circus men are trying to catch us- Suddenly the beast plunged off the moonlit road and into a lane slowing up and stopping as Itcame to a tall tree The sensitive trunlc cautldusly rose to Investigate the lower branches and then with a despairing squeal a longtailed spidermonkey was brought from a sheltering clump of leaves and passed carefully back and into the very hands of Erickson The lawyer laughed 0 how sweet ventured the girl her fear suddenly gone And how do you suppose the elephant knew he was In this tree7 Im sure I dont know It seems to have been her sole errand for she is now going back Sure enough the great beast was now retracing her footsteps In a few minutes she had come to the pack that had been following her With the sang froid of a calculating human the animal reached a cares trunk around and placed her passen gers one ata time on the ground Then the same Impressable organ lieved Erickson of his chatterin- charge and without waiting for her turngas she did so It developed that the tiger was startetsome rus alarmsdcage I ogby the big pachyderm had been an especial pet of the trainer having Bea In charge How she knew the monks was hidden In the tree no one knew Well said the girl flushing as sb thatncineI shall always have a friendly feel youthsgirlsrto an tomattempt to your escort must slat upon seeing you safely to your home aneswered Helen softly The Stony British Glare + Lord Crowe made a very interesting little speech the other day at the an nual meeting of the Atlantic union a society which works for the improve ewent of AngloAmerican cordiality and of the relations between English men and rues of other nations general ly He said that one grave cause of international misunderstanding was our notorious stiffness of demeanor and he eferred to that delightful drawing ijy Du Maurler In Punch in which th table dhote of a foreign hotel in the slack season was depicted as populated only by two Englishmen sitting at opposite ends of the table wring si eecble sly at each other All that bfc sc id was true enough We are undemon trative Weare nqt men and brothers the whole world round as we sh aid be and as we shall be when Robert Burns millennium cornea at last ft we may be allowed to say so we can hardly picture Lord Crewe himself rjesponding with a leap into the air and a howl to the How do sOnlryof an Ontario mine Dan ger He would probably smile charm eltendwould take all that for coolness and the Atlantic union would have to ei plain London Evening Standard RAISING j DRAFT HORSES IS PROFITABLE BUSINESS 1IPractical r WhyFarmersto Them r A Fire Type of Percheroni The IBys the draftbred a that can be raised by the comm n farmer with little tro ible and expense He is in reach of al nost every fare in the country It is a profitable business oil the farm to ridse a few goo I say good colt for it is Just as easy to raise good ones as poor ones goodhorsesgood hogs It does not pay to raise poor ones leave that for the other fellow The farmers that raise good stock of any kind are the men that se lect good sires The then that have themenone or the other of the several pure theirchoicea fQW years his herd is all the same type and color If it is Aigus or Herefords the re sults are tl e same If this is true of cattle and keep it Is certainly true of the hors Fellow farmers select a sire from ne of the pure breeds of draft horse j Percherpn Shire or Bel whrchbreedIt Is owla matter of choice to the breeder hiriself Be sure that the sire Is a good individual Breed Just such mares as you have The better the dam the b tier the result Always breed their produce to a purebred sire of the sam breed In a sho rt time your mares are all alike and it the same type and disposition all bearing a family resem dispositionting horse in the other but you will easilyhandleduland an everyday market at home and abroad You need not spend any extra time buyersgr this kind If they get a wirecut or arrse work A good mare with proper care thde a thde thfe asthde e barn and the dam will be better oft felSitseIA colt Is easily weaned and if MARKS IDENTIFICATION +t ++ + if + 384V +T 191iI + + 15TT ++The above diagram shows method of chicks so that 16 different flocks ages or families may betdentf fled absence of punch marks as in No Vjind punch marks as shown in Non 2 to 16 says Farm Press A good poultry punch may be had at small expense Newly hatched chicks should always be raajed and a record kept of the date on which they were hatched later the marks can bo supplemented leg proper care is taken it wii not stop growing until It is matured Breed in this way and In a very sh rt time It will be almost impossible t raise a poor colt Look at the far erwho one year to a draft horse and the produce afterward bred to some cheap mongrel His hors s In ten years breeding are no better than when he The price f fees should hardly be considered It is the matured horse to be ohsidered It costs as much to raise a lowpriced horse as to raise a highprlc d one It is all In the breeding Always use a purebred draft sirea better individual than the dam and then you are sure of gaining Select one breed or the other and stick to it and you will come out ahead and on e the right road to success in the horsebreeding business COW IS KEY TO SUCCESS To Compete With ole margarine Makers Dairymen Must Study to Produce Butter Cheaply as Possible Liberal feeding doses not produce profitable results unless the food Is ot the proper kind Successful depends on good cows and balanced rations If dairymen expect to compete with the makers of oleomargarine they must study how to product butter as cheaply as possible Until consumers are educated to eat butter at high prices they will turn to the substitute at about a certain price fgr real but ter It Is estimated that one pound of butter is the amount one person who is not obliged to 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De L DEBENTURE CORPORATION OF NEW YORK 834 Fifth Avenue New York OMr MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS s FOR CHILDREN 4 IStcll1ra4e Hark DeBt acct say a Mi1ed rxtsa Isuletitute A OLRTiDLs W OPMsrMeMsrpNbgHtrsikTratef DLa euTULL5 ito SH HV U it MEN AND WOXEN fiti ri iMt epecielUesoaearSyery todaynsz app W N U CINCINNATI NO 231110 TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE A MANUFACTURED BV THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co The yr original and genuine of Pigs and Elixir of rSenna known throughout the worldas the best of family laxatives for men women and children always has the full name of the California Fig YIleadingsize only regular price 50 cents per bottle The imitations some times offered are of inferior quality v and do not give satisfaction Ov therefore should be declinedQ a Glorious Colorado 1No7OIle can say he has seen the world J until he has seen Coloradory 1Wrltefor the books that picture and describe it carmet i H vial ithe t f rfUnion l tiThe SaFe Road Ask lout our personally conducted tours to YeBowstoae Nitieul lark 7 For full information tickets etc address E L LOMAX G R AP Union Pacific RP Co 7 Omaha Nebraska if ii s 1Y f 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 j H 1 A IfENTERPRISE J GOES TO SPRINGFIELD t leO lfavdon Makes an Important Connection With The Largest fcGoQjrerattye Corporation in America Backed by Men z H Doing an Annual Business Amounting to A 7500000000 W 1k 7f PEOPLE dF SPRINGFIELD BENEFITED rILeo Haydn of this city has with characteristic enterprise demonstrated his ability to l ep well abreast of the times by connecting 1i nseif with the t largest druggisthcooperation in America The men connected with this enterprise do a yearly business aggregating over 75000000 which well erri jphasizes its soundness and magnitude About three thousand retail druggists throughput the United States have or ganized themselses as a cooperative company for the purpose of producing a line of medical preparations which they recommend absolutely gcaantee ndback up with their own names and personal reputation The formulas of these remedies are thoroughly known to every one of these druggists and the i gredfents of each will be truthfully described1 to the public and the remedies awtd with the distinct understanding that their purchase price will be instantly refunded without question or quibble if they fail to benefit the use One thousand different formulas were turned over tb the company Each for mula being selected because of its test ed and proved value and established jreputationTtgained through continued jMd successful use by prominent phy JjlAof expert chemists and physicians made a most thorough and exhaustive test ot each iptionstJj hundred as being the very best and iriost dependable known to medical science each for the treatment and curie of aparticular ailment These three hundred remedies are4i tow manufactured bY the company w hich is known as the United Drug Co Boston Mass m the largest most modern nd best equipped pharmaceu tical laboratories in America The tremendous output of this com ipanv enables it to purchase drugs herbs add other necessary material in very large quantities The coopera tion and professional advice of 8000 leading druggists guarantee the high quality ot everything used and euaran 4jes that only formulas of extraordinary merit are used in the manufacturing of their products The preparations of the company are shipped direct to the retail druggists Vho are connected wjth the enterprise Tnus their absolute freshness iR assur ed it is impossible for their quality to deteriate there are no middlemens jobbers profits to be added to th ir cost and the public can obtain these Prodcts at actual cost of manufacture plus a single retail profit BOHON Wesley Black sold to Sandy Kelly one sow andseven pigs for 40 Bud Hurst bought of Kavanaugh Deraarie bee threeyearold combine- dihnessandsadde mare for 135 Last Sunday Rev Pinkston filled the pulpit at Hopewell and delivered a forceful sermon to a large and atten tive audience Mrs Sam Reed who died at Law srenceburg Saturday was buried at Hopewell last Sunday afternoon Fu neral services were conducted by Rev Pirikston Mr and Mrs J W Black spent Sat urday mght with the family of G G Robinson near Ebenezer- W W Nichols is not much improved at this writing Mr and MrsIA A Wood and M and Mrs MarshalttDean were guest tu J H Wheeler and family on Sunday zIt Mr and Mrs Bryant Taylor enter tained last Sunday John R Hall and family W W Nicholsand family aunt 3ttancy Johnson Lud Pinkston and a number of young folk from Dugans 1vileRev Augustus Claunch filled his ap poiritment at the M E church at Bo ihon last Sunday both morning and ev ening John R Hall and daughter Melinda Were in Harrodsburgi shopping last Fri day rrhe continued cool weather and the cutworms have so discouraged the far mers that crops wiUbe apt to fall short in acreage Those who attended the funeral of Mrs Sam ReeJ from Big North were J C Jenkins arid daughter Leota Mr and Mrs E R Burton Mr and Mrs J W Black Miss May James and Chris lames Thuale at J W and Bri- tn1asL week was f elyattended teclcfSeliinffvhigher thanusual noticeable feature of this busi IOne and a very commendable one is thatno one remedy manufacturer by this company is a cureall Each one of the 300 different remedies is a knoAn jind dependable specific for a particular ailment The confidence of the druggists interested in this enter pise is unquestionably demonstrated by this guarantee which is printed on every package The United Drug Co prepaIwhere you bought it and get your money it belongs to you and we want you to have it J IThIs is certainly an innovation that must appeal to the people of Spring field It insures safety and satisfaction because our own local druggist Mr Leo Haydon who is so well known and highly respected for his integrity is connected with this enterprise and is staking his own personal reputation on the quality of these remedies and the very frankness with which he takes contiIfor these remedies which are sold under the tradename Rexall which means Kingofall FJ omreports coming from thousands of towns and cities the Rexall Remedies are certainly dem onstrating their full title to the name i hose who have previously refused to buy proprietary medicines because there was no way of ascertining their ingredients can now purchase Rexall Remedies the formulas of which they can have forthe askintr Besides they known1Iin every way as represented or they pill cost nothing Rexall DyspepslaTabh ts are one of the first of the three hundred remedies AnyoneinIderangement indigestion or dysoepsia exalllIMr Leo Haydon is so welland favor ably known for his sterling honesty and square dealing that we predict a geat success for him with the Rexall Rem iedisand he is to be heartily congrat ulated in bringihg this great and modern business enterprise to Springheld We urge all who way be in need of prepared medicines to c ill on Mr Leo HaydOn and learn about the Rexall Remedies Enterprise of his asort should be encouraged J W Britton and bride left last week for Oklahoma and from there to California where they expect to make their future home Mrs loe Rnmsdell of Davton 0 who has been visiting friends and rela returnIFree Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion are waking up to the fact that peppermint lozenges charcoal and dyspepsia cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as Issomethingdlgestlvapparatus doIcur theiJreathcurepermanentlyis poor bowel circulation and that re knoWOfCaldweflSyrup a a quarter of a century taxUveconstipationcomplaintand tone the stomach and bowel musclei naturallyFannieStuartBlackburMo re with this remedy They became con vinced that pills and tablets salts dyB onlYtemporary bottlerhavingPepsinofdollar a bottle dtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absohutelfreeletter and he will reply to you In detail a yourRameotherwise For either request the doctors CaldenFor sale by The Red Cross Drugstore 4 rvisitingmere weeks here before she returns to her home The tenant house of T J Hudson spanningSaltSteels family was burned last Monday night The tire originated in the kitch en Almost all the contents were de stroyed No insurance on house or con tents Mr and Mrs W H R msdell and Mr and Mrs Wesley Black were inoHarrodsburg last Saturday shopping Frank Steel has moved to near Brax toniLou Finley near Mayo is very sick of typhoid fever Davey Patterson is Suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism at this writing Mrs Emma Black and Miss Melinda Hall spent last Tuesday with the family of J I Cole y B Carter of Mayo has moved Into his nev store He is one of the most uptoudate country merchants in thisrcounty McRayMav23rdBora to the wife of Ed Burton June 2aboy Dick Reedo Duncan who h d the charge of Dave Sims stock farm re cently during the latters absence in Lexington had his thumb bitten off bv a Jack he was leading to water Last Monday morning the tobaccoggrowers made an early start for 0dropwith bucket in hand sallied forth It is to be hoped that the tobacco crop will compensate for the lost fruit crop Savfed From Awful Death 8Howily was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville it C He F D No8 r Iweakerfailed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard ofFor coughs hemorrhageaUbronchIal 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson LOCUST GROVIt The farmers are about through set ting tobacco randIparentsMiss Delia Gregory is spending sever al weeks with relatives at Danville and Somerset Ed Janes wife and children spent Sunday with his slsterj Mrs Tom BakI er W P Merritt land wife havereturn ed from a visit acjMt jZioh iMiss Anna Jones was in Springfield Saturday shopping Messrs B B Leachraan and Sterling Thompson were in Bloomneld Saturday on business Miss Lillian Leachman spent Satur day night with Miss Sue Edgerton Mr and Mrs D R Litsey ot Spring field spent Saturday and Sunday with hjs parents Mr and Mrs B LLitsey Mrs Sallie Gregory was the guest of MiS J S Yrinkevj Friday atternoon Mr and Mrs Colin Campbell are vis iting triends at Texas Messrs Lloyd Colvin and Everett Pinkston are in La Nr nc burg this week Mrs L Reed has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Clarence Adams at Fredenckstown Mr and Mrs Toni Baker Mr and Mrs Hugh Leachman E M Leachman Miss Sue Edgerton Ed and Charlie Lit sey dined with Mr and Mrs S S Leachman Sunday Ends Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes and chapped hands and lips cold sores red and rough skins fingersI this But such troubles fly Bucklens Arnica Salve A convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils SprainsOnly fatal Accident at New Hope Mr Will Morris who was employed at J R Berrys saw mill near New 4ope while working in the mill on Tuesday May 31st either in a faint or from some heart attack tell upon a saw in motiOn his neck coming m direct contact with the saw which sev ered his head completely from his body Deceased is survived by three brothers Messrs John Joe and George Morris and two sisters Mesdams Sid OBryan and Wm Sweat all of this community He made his home with his brother George Morris at whose home the funeral was conducted on Wednesday afternoon Interment in cemetery at New HopeBardstownttandnrd We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case 01 Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known Fs J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve him to be perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firmWalding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taker internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systen Testi botItIe t t NOBLE DENMARK I Siredbyo x QStateshowfilly C j Noble Denmark is a horse of all around action lots of substance x good feet and legs and an uptodate show horse bpth in harness and under saddle He is a colt of wonderful gameness and style and possesses jt 2 all the air and dash characteristic of the Highland Denmarks His g individuality and heiutifuI form coupled With his popular blood lines will be sure to produce horses of the highest class He will make the seaCsdjioflDlOat I 20 jto Insure AS Living Colt CHESTNUT DAREIChestnut Dare well known to the people of this and adjoining counties as one of the best breeders in the State My old ad still Holds good that no one of his colts of any age of seven seasons have ever defeated in a fhow ring by the colts of any Other horse owned g or farmed in Washington county Within the last year several of his colts have at He will make the season at 1 8 g 15 to Insure a Living Colt HACKNEY BOY Hackney Boy sorel 16 hands high sIred by County Member first 8 goodbusinesso 10 rro INSURE ALIVING COLT II will also stand my Two JACKS at 10 to Insure Living Colt Mares traded off arted with or bred to another horse or jack sea X son money is positively due Mares pastured at 200 per month O Your patronage BB LEACHMAN ooooOoOooOOoooOOoooooOOo CKXKXKX3OCOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOO ENIDOI W B Elliott and Miss Blanche Car penter were united in marriage on W edI eviHatchetta long and prosperous jlife Miss Elizabeth Cocanougher of Washington county is visiting hergrand mother Mrs W T Ar 01d11Messrs Boyle Young and Edgar Webb and Misses Maggie Coylq and May Young attended the baptizi gat Jen kinsville Sunday Sixteen were bap tized and a large crowd va present Mrs G W Grain who his been in bad health for several months is imI proving Mrs Bill Reynolds is som better EqgaMVutrb bouhtof J B Grain a horse price unknown Sunday School is held at Beech Grove every and on T incitedHenry has sawed 50000 feet of lumber in the past two weeks Several new tobacco barns are going up in this vicinity Tobacco plants in this He ghborhood are small Woodson Elliott met with dn accident at his sawmill last week Apiece of timber flew up1 striki ig him the fore head The inJury was not srious but very painful Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerVes banish sick headach prevent despondency and invigorate the whole by All Druggi tsISpringfield Brass BandBET- TER MUSIC FOR PICNICS TItAN E l FAIRS A Satisfaction and Prompt Servicekluaraulee4 AddressPres Springfield Bijass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky Like a Bird Glenn H Curtiss accomplished the greatest aeroplane flight ever attempted when he made the trip from Albany to New York city a distance of 137 miles He traveled faster than the fastest apIYorkWodd He broke the worlds record for height and speed in a long distance test Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold on guarantee if you are not satis fied after useing two thirds of a bottle according to directions your money will trySoldOne MiJlion Drunkards One million persons in this country are confirmed inebriates Of this one third die yearly as a result of drink yet this number is anniiallyniadeup by recruits to the army of drunkards Thus the total enrollment of 1000000 is kept upThis was the substance of a paper read in New York recently by Dr YorkIand a at Hotel Rittenhouse This problem he asserted exceeded in sociological importance anything known to modern civilizatiori He urged institutions for their treatment educational efforts and every legal method of restraint N Y Amencon L50IIItcured me it saved the life child are the expressions you hear day about Chamberlains RemedyIIgenera secr success Chamberlains Cohd Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures Sold by all Druggists RED BIRD 1956Everybody knows this grand old horse by a son and out of a breedingold horse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed io him He will seryeonly 20 mares 30 to Insure a Living Colt RED BIRD JrA very handsome Brown horse 16 hands high and can do just a little more than anybodys horse about here either in harness or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is out of a great trqtting bred mare by Lyles Wilkes son of George i Wilkes e greatest trotting progenator the world ever saw 15 to Insure a Living Colt Jack DiamondsV A Grand Young Jack at 1 0 1 His book is full but come and see him you maywant to breed to him another year He is by Kings Giant arid his first darn 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 I H Thurmans farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at 3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN PETERSo- oooooooooooooooooooooooodobdiooooooooooo J ai44z j 4- e j CIVlJZED- r Jl t C 1Eljrawil rootlJrdunal Jfefozer 1a1g f1efdrhczelPoreospCvil j Jheffseojkir JIbrA rltslneostUB See otfr Samples of Visiting Cards bi Wedding Invitations Monogram Paper etc The Springfield Sun- RcrtMnNGflOO rIGAVE tOUIYILLE J Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices AM work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber I B D LAKEt a Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCkY Life Fire and Accid otLj JOHN Y MA YES Funeral Director AndSLicensed Embalmer ir SPRINGFIELD KENtUcB tj Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome liRe of Caskets and 8arial Refekf i Telephone Day la Night 74 f DR M W HYATTfA OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD EENTtJCEY OFFICE HOURS 103Otol2m 4to5pm DrJ C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r OFFICE ci Office Hours 8 to 9 A MI to 2 k 1 i S r3f JU LAMPTON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 CC McCHORD M ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky v- WUl practice inali State and Federal Coitrta ifjiV T SCpTT MAYES r ATTYATLAW 4 Springfield Ky f WaabIagOandand Federal Courts i W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW 1 Springfield Ky win practice In the courts of WaMthigtc conrtmotAppeals L MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will e in the courts of WaeklBgtem r- And adjoining counties andin Appea S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specItWilIable Phone 84 MsN RUSSELL L AUCTIONEER Lebanon Kyv Rt 3 fCrying of public salesa specialty Cal cry sales anywhere cheaper than tK cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short LcbawM Exchange Till SMN ant TImis I 4 M U U rHt I 3M u IIsraId I i 3211