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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t rl lfjr tJJt P I 4fhIi1j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYti i iVOLUME VI SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 NUMIEI2I t diatingCLOSING EXERCISES j OfSt Catherines Acad 1 ylILarge Crowd Great1nstitution Doing a Great Work Sisters AreICongratulated cl 4 SL Catherines Academy presided ov er by Mother Superior Aquilin and one of the most renowned institutions for the education ot young ladies in the State opened its doors Tuesday last the event of interest being Commencement DayIThe spacious hall was crowded erflowing Never before in its history has St Catherines sent forth a more accomplished and graceful bevy of sweet girl graduates than the class of 1910 The program was interesting from the opening chorus to the crowning of tbe graduates The sacred drama Ur sula of Brittany founded on an ancient legend displayed the careful training of those excellent educators the Sisters of St Catherine Following is the cast of characters Ursula princess of Brittany Marie BarberTheonotus King of Brittany Emily ILadieser LadyQhviaZelma McIlvoy Her proteges Borgia Wood Bessie Mayes A number of little maidens J BarherAgrippinus King of England Alber ta Ragland Ambassador Gladys Randal Caradoc Baron May Humb e Courtiers and Ambassadors Of EnglandLady Alba Louise Bar ber Lady Rosa Catherine Smith Of Ireland Lady Erinna Elsie Edel nt Lady Irene Alma Abell Ot Scotland Nellie McGillj Lady Zet ta Emma Rose Polin Ladies in attendance Attila chief of the Huns Mary Cur ranRoas Mao Cozatt Bleda Alice Tim onyA number ot Huns The graduates were Misses Piety Ce celia Barber Mane Cecelia Barber Gladys Randall Emily Talbott and Ma rie Maloney The community of St Catherines are io be congratulated on the wonderful progress they have made in the pust few years erecting a magnificent building which is nw equipped withevery modern apparatus to be found in the twentieth century academy for the edu cation of young ladies The teachers are thoroughly abreast with the times many of them educated abroad and in the eastern colleges giving every uptodate idea and sending forth pupils who will shine forth and adorn their social world and homes as the stars of beauty and effulgence ra Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morn ing at eleven oclock the good the trueand the beau educatedmentally morally and physically They stand as monuments to the grand old institution of St Cath erines and the good Sisters Wherever they may roam they will appear as cor ner stones built after the similitude of a of St Catherines is certainly grand Peals ot beautifuland entrancing music filled the air It was a gala day After listeningIn wrapped attention to an address to the gradu ates by Fattier Dunn who left no point unfurnished in his mastery of words and beautify I thought garlands of home girlhood womanhoodthat combination which unlocks after lite At the close the degrees were conferred The Alumnae on Monday afternoon had a business meetinand about eighty were present Really the sacredness and reverence tHat the pupils have for their Alma Mater and the solicitude and love displayed by the gobd Sisters is ConIover the spacious banquet board wereI spread in the commodious dining where the color scheme purple gold was artistically carried out The tables with snowy linen on which the deft fingers ot the sisters had embroid ered exquisite designs were a picture for the eye Yet the five course lunch eon served in such elegant style was a feast for the inner man Hand pain ted cornucopias the horn ot plenty were the souvenirs painted by that noted artist Sister Josephine Spalding carrying out the color scheme exquisite violets in purple and gold The little booklet held the welcome lines in poetry composed by dear old Sister Mary Pius a pioneer sister of the community yet retaining vivacity and a wonderful mentality The Toastmistress Gertrude Stocker Boone presided gracefully at the banquet board and a play of wit atmosphereThe President Mrs Malohon was one of the most enjoyable features Miss Allie Reeves toast was well received Mrs Birtie Mrs Reedy Mrs Lum Abel and Mrs Boldrick gave bright and witty toasts much enjoyed Taking the whole entertainment from the meeting of the Alumnae on Monday to the aurevoir after the business meeting a more successful and delightful occasion has never taken place in the hallowed walls of St Catherines Following is the Alumnae entertain ment program Solo by Mrs Lum Abell Vocal DuetMiss Lou Booker and Mrs Gwin Marks Vocal SoloMrsJohnson- Cornet SoloMrs Boone Vocal SoloAlbert Bevil LectureFather Dunn Vocal SoloLittle Helen McComb Vocal SoloMrs Oscar Spaulding Laughing Song Mrs Lizzie Bevil uIt cured me or it saved the life of my child are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine m use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such generalapproval The secret of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures Sold by all Druggists YOU NGET TELEPHONE 69 And your order w lIbe promptly attended to and delivered r KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of our IGRAPE JUICES JTTTL VICTORY CERTAIN SAYS JOHNSON fourth District Congressman As serts That the Republicans Will Lose Kentucky Washington D Cf June 9Repre sentative Ben Johnson has returned from the Bluegrass confident that the State will give substantial Democrat ic majority Tin November All over the country the outlook is bright for the Democrats said John son I am one of those Democrats who believe that the next House of Representatives will be overwhelmingly Deni ocratic I dont accept the view of some Democrats that there may be a major ity but believe that we shall have a large majority When conditions are such that the fight between the two happensthat bemginyeartrerevoters all over the United States are dissatisfied with the Republican party and they are going to administer arehuke that will bring with it a landslide for Democracy in November GROW HEMP MILLI r INITI Kentucky Soil Well Adapted to the Culture of This Valuable Article of Cmmerce 4 There can be no q estIon that hemp is a profitable crop to raise It is rath proIare so to it would seem that all interest of late has been centered in tobacco There are soils in Kentucky not adapted to the culture of the fragrant weed that will produce fine crops ot hemp and it would be a good investment to utilize these purposeGarrard to statist rowihgcountyinsecond with reference to the total acre age in the counties and the area culti inhempBut thing is the fact that Kentucky leads the foreigngrown product in Ji degree that points to her for a still greater production and the bulletin of the Department of Agricult ure which gives the acreage suggests that a larger home production ought to be had The suggestion is excellent saysa cotemporary Kentucky leading the tobacco growing States in the pro duction of the delightful and soothing hempgrowingertaking her an impossibility ought to devote a few more than 20000 acres to moneyinproducingtween Kentucky and other States competing with her in the hemp fields NIGHT RIDER PROSECUTIONS Main Witness Assassinated01i- ver Guarded by Soldiers Princeton Ky June 10 Jules Robinson one of the most important wit nesses against six alleged night riders to be tried in Hopkinsville was assasi nated last night near his home by men concealed behind a hedge His body was riddled with buckshot and death must have been instantaneous His body was found last night in the middle of the road- Shortly after being summoned to tes tify in the night rider cases Robinson was warned to leave the country but he refused to go and his assassination followed Milton Oliver who next to Kobinson is the principal witness was shot down from weeks ago buckshot being also used in his case He is now at Hopkinsville under the guard ot six soldiersThe night rider case that against Dr A Amos will be called in the Chris tian Circuit Court tomorrow morning Witnesses will be guarded The town of Hopkinsville was visited night riders on the morning of De- cemberGth 1907 and the torch was ape plied to the tobacco buildings and bus iness houses were shot up Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you arenot satis fled after useing two thirds of a bottle according to directions your money will trySoldj WilY RAISES WERE MADE EqualizationBoard Tells Its Side of the Casein a Formal Re port to the Governor The report of the State Board of Equalization on its work this year has been made to the Governor and it sets forth the Boards side of the story showing how the increases were made and why The report isas follows Hon Augustus E Willson Governor of Kentucky Frankfort Ky Sir The State Board of Equalization respectfully submits the following re port for the year 1910 The Revenue laws provide that all property shall be assessed at its fair cash value It was rot contended that this was done in a single county Therefore the Board of Equalization was not privileged to reduce any returned assessment We selected those counties that most nearly conformed to the requirements equalizethethat there was a perfect adjustment of values but a majority of the Board equalizedscant evidence and under an imperfect law The conditions under which we worked were not favorable for accura cv The assessment of the State as a rule was bad There are very few capable assessors in the State and the failure ot most of complywittftherevenue laws Wis one of the chief difficulties We had to contend with slov enlines ignorance and duplicity The transfer sheets which were sent to us as an exhibit were often misleading the purchase price of property was hid den bv 100 and other considerations in violation of thg law listed with oth er lands transferred property was as sessed at a greater per centage than property not transferred and in manv instances where the sale value was giv en the assessed and supervisors value was withheld thus preventing a tom parison and defeating one of the princi pal purposes of the law The witnesses who appeared before the Board were selected bV the courfty judges ot the various counties naturally they were not chosen to give information detrimental to their county assessment but usually to defend it how ever bad In many instances thG testimony showed that the assessors accept ed the values as given by the property owners and the County Board of Su pervisors made no material change We recall one instance in which the Qounty pervisors reduced the real property 121400 which was lower than the pro perty holders themselves had given in their property assessment The law requires that the correctness of the transfer sheets evidence submitted to this Board shall be verified by the county judge and the county attorney It is not an excep tional case where it was admitted by both that they had signed in a perfunc tory manner without any character of investigation and a chairman of acoun ty Board of Supervisors testified that sheetsTheare not privileged under the law to alt er a schedule of which is give the Board to indicate the tendency of the assessment shows beyond question that 90 per cent of that character of prop erty escapes taxation and in one ins tance where the amount is approxi mately known to be an asset of 6000 000 being 431 4QOThe chief pleas as an obec tion to an increase is the lack of uniformity of as sessment and that an increase would work a hardship on the poorer le in the community whose property wjus as sessed at a greater percentage of yplue than their wealthy neighbors which if true the Board of Supervisors is alone blameable The increase made by the State Board of Equalization averages 8 per cent and with this addition is no measure of the cash value of the property in the StateThis report is signed by the full hoard and attested by the Secretary Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield To Zeiho A clean liquid preparation for external use Leo Haydons Store is so confident that ZEMO will rid the skin and scalp of infant or grown person of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form of skin or Rcalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from t euse of ZEMOThe application will give prompt relief and show an improvement and in every instance where used persistently will destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy condition 1 A Kansas Editors Gabfest This is the means by which a Kansas i I s editor keeps his subscription list paid up You may gather the stars in a nail keg hang the ocean on grapevine to dry wipe the nose of a cyclone with a towel cut ot the end of a tornado for a keepsake put the sky in the ground to soak unbuckle the bellyband of eternity and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but never be deluded with the idea that you can escape hell and damnation if you dont pay for your paper DANVILLIANSVISIT Judge McDowell His Three Sons And J S McElroycall tJU President Taft in Washington Judge C R McDowell and hisson Miles Charles and Sauel and Mr u S McElroy left last Wednesday trip through the east The party arrivI ed in Washington City Friday on Saturday called on President Taft at the White House where they were most cordially received They were KenItuckying of the meeting says The View across the Ohio from the Taft home in Cincinnati of the Kentucky beach trees in bloom is one of the Presidents boyhood memories and he SaturdayTheKentuckians and he remarked to the hief Executive that he was proud of the way in which they exemplified tucky manhood KenI They were Judge C R Danville his three sons and J S Elroy of Springfield The meeting with the Kentuckians set the President to chatting about his early with the neighboring aSSOciatlonsI dwelling on the beauty of peach trees he told how shore of the Ohio had represented to him the South and its stirring chivalric history His little tribute to their State left Senator Paynter and his friends with hearts aglow Court Proceedings TheSympson will case is still in course of trial The evidence has just been completed and the case is now being argued The icasexhas been a long one having been called Monday of last week Since that time with the exception ot Monday evidence has been heard The case will probably reach the jury today Albert Brown a little negro boy was tried before Squire Votow Monday on a charge of breach of the peace and convicted and fined 5 The offense theinegroMackville in which the negrocut Rileys coatT Scott and Marshal Duncan Ends defendedj To many gPrsIchappedthis But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils SprainsOnly fiJ1 TOBACCO TO r i ADMNt r Belief That the Years Crop Will be Short in North andCti i tral Kentucky So firm is the belief that this years crop will be a short one that a number of growers in the pool who have money to spare have bought the of the more hardDressed membersof the pool in the reasonable belief ttidithe price nextwJnterIthe pooled tobacco wilt be sold at most remunerative prices Of course there is always more or less talk every yearY cropbut gin buying up last years crop it shows believingthat muchlongerCentral and Northern Kentucky will be less than half of an average erqp this year That is the opinion of the best posted growers of tobacco and it begins to look like the weather has come a theirfightNot over 10 per cent of the plants were set out the first of last week and What has been put out is dong no good many of the plants turning yellow and making no growth Most of the plants in the plant beds bYthepwers get a rarely maticome and if they do mature the plants are all light in weigh- tScholarship Won By a Girl For having the best grades during her fouryearscourse at Central high school Miss Margaret B McElroy the 17yearn old daughter of Lee I McElroy has won a scholarship at the Chicago University Miss McElrov will be dua tert Friday and she will matriculate at the Chicago University at the next ses sion Kansas City Journal Miss McElroy is a niece 6f Mr and placerIGOLD FOUND When Man Dives for Fish And Brings up a Box saysthatGeorge fItodiving for fish below Kins Mill struck a box whicn on being brought up proved to contain three five dollar gold piecesallthe lox which was of cedar had rot tel and as the box would contain abouta peck it is believed that more money has been there Mr Kelly diyed several times afterward but was unable to find more It is belieed that the money was buied in the little chest during the war and that the box dropped on into the water through the crumbling ot the bank so it is believed groundinbe made i rM rtiat Uqr qtp iiiIRefrigerators Irhave a few Refrigerators in stock das1the season is getting late We Il ermg then at Reduced Prices Come and see Hammocks From 150 to 8 the best Porch Swing on the Market Come and Inspect our tine of Aootls Leachman Campbells Furniture Store Ilrts = io tm sy 47Hie Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY allrv Speaking of sunshine the more you lave the more you want The aristocrat germs onB 10 bill ttb not recognize the herd on a dollar bill Paying interest on the mortgage is one of the best cures for automobil foulness In the matter of capturing a hus band the girls should remember thatr coarse work is fatal Although cottonseed has tone up purposesThostf New York hens that lay black eggs are infringing upon the province of the Easter rabbit And now they are mixing poker and bridge The antiadulteration laws should be strictly enforced German dirigibles have been making flights over Holland This may be slg tolficant for It beats the Dutch Farmers are organizing to cut out the middlemen That old reliable end man the consumer will hold his job Abut this time of year the univer pity alumnus after trying to remem fiberVhis college yell gives it up as a bad job The man who stole a duck and was realIzechase the duck- tAccording to a scientist dreams are the fulfilment of wishes At any rate ofIitlQhcsThe college professor who Insists knat the dangers of kissing have been immensely overrated is making If strong bid for popularity dfecjnnltiplyJralna champion prize fighter to put ji play on the stage with a large cast Viewed as peace preservers the new battleships costing 6000000 each ought to be put under bonds to fur xiish us with 12000000 worth of peace Berlin workingmen have taken a pledge not to eat butter for three months That indicates one place Where oleomargarine is likely to be sold for what it is Los Angeles school children have been ruining their little tummies by eating too much pie The great Amer lean nation may have to establish a pie censorshipV A St Louis woman who was dying pOisonedthatfcpirit world or probably at least un tiLshe was safely out of St Louis A Chicago judge declares married men have a right to squander some o their money on themselves if they want to Yes judge but how much Thats the real point Tie recent cannibalistic perform antes in the South sea Islands set ln to be a conclusive answer to the old ofthatsionaries A blind singes of Massachuset- took a trip in a balloon in order to enjoy a new sensation He made totally new record in ballooning he Sid not remark when he came dow how strange it was to see the eart dropping away from under him According to a New York dispatch wedding rings are passe and smart young matrons no longer wear them Perhaps this is because so many smart young matrons havent roo Jor their entire collection of wedding Tings rt depameat the United States of the European starling putting the bird in the same Englissparrow h asJ this country is concerned ther tore the cry of the starling will b not I cant get out but I can get in Of late the shadow of the fatal mi crobe has hovered over the trembling lips of expectant lovers They have terrified1Dtlmfpatcd tors their kisses have become of tha intangible Tennyson kind by hopeless fancy feigned as lips that are for others The coldblooded bacteriolo gist has meanwhile buttressed the err of that cynic of cynics Dean Swift yho wrote Lord I wonder what fool 5t was that first invented kissing Though a man dropped dead In a department store while shopping wi his wife it is doubtful if even th will break some w men cf the habit of taking their husbands along Several firms who have been selling one Mocha and Java coffee which did Hot contain a berry of either of those coffees have been fined 10 on prose cutions by tho government Really It would not seem as though such a fine would act as a deterrent maybe how vverlt was Intended merely to bs rDarning N i it KENTUCKY GLEANINGS ct WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH FIRST ANNUAL MEETING Group Four Bankers Addressed by Newspaper Man Elizabethtown KYThe first annual meeting of Group Four of the Ken I I I I I I HARRY SOMMERS tucky Bankers association was held i Elizabethtown Group Four embraces itsrltembershlpaddress of welcome was delivered by H A Sommers LOUISVILLE GIRL BECOMES SIS TER OF VISITATION Florence Mattingly Receives Habit of Anne Marie at Memorial Exer cises at Georgetown Georgetown KyThe three hun dredth anniversary of the founding of the Order of the Sisters of Visitation was celebrated with unusual ter monies at Cardomethe only house or convent in Kentucky and one of twe tyone houses of the order in Bishop Maes of Covlngton conferred the habit of the order on the following three candidates Miss Dominica Bryan near Louisville becomes Sister Mary Raphael Florence Mattingly Lpuisville Anne Marie Margaret Haggerty St Louis Mo Marie nise The order was founded at A nech France and this house or co- vent n after a century at White Sulpha- in this county moved to Georgetow- and the handsome quarters on the fo- xmerGov Robinson estate fifteen years ago Many of the clergy from out in the state and of the laity from Lexing ton and Louisville took part in th afialsr FIRE AT HYDEN KY Thousandsticks Newspaper Plant Is1 Among Losers by Blaze Hyden KyThis town was visit by the most destructive blaze in it btfe s of 15000 with no insurance Amon athe losers was H C Chappell of H den Thousandsticks mountain news counth L Besides the postofilce other build- Ings consumed were W LFeItners general store lL T Cooks store and restaurant C N Vlo tens barbs shop James Morgans general sto reit CookmThe west side of the courthouse was damaged to the extent of several huh dred dollars SMALL BOYS PLAYED WITH GUN Tragedy at WUHamstown Follows Youngstersr 1e0 frotm play mate a boy about the same age and a son of N Rednower The two boys had been playing about the house the Rednower boy dragging an old doublebarreled shotgun from under the bed One of the barrels was loaded and the ether was not He snapped the trigger of the unloaded barrel two or three times then tried the other barrel The boys were within a foot of each other and the full charge of small shot entered the Sims boys hip shattering the bone GRAVESisElizabethtown KYThe Hardin Camp No 11861 of the Modern Woodmen of America observed De ration day and the graves of J S S wear Clarence Lusby Pqsey Dicl Ill len Virgil White and Jacob Bennett were decorated at the city cemetery Attorney G K Holbert delivered the address of the day at the Modern Woodmen hall and Venerable Consul Marvin Barnes mafle the address at The cemetery LIONS SHARE OF SLARYADVANCE UNCLE SAM RAISES PAY OF THE HUSTLING POSTMASTERS JOY IN KENTUCKY DISTRICTS Ohio Leads with 183 Increases West Virginia 42 Increases and Kentucky 36 Increases Washington7Ihe postofiice depart ment announced its annual readjust ment of salaries of postmasters and the figures reflect a prosperous condi tion throughout the country since In creases in compensation for this class of officials is based upon the volume of business transacted The total ad dijtion to become effective July is 35OQDDrThe Ohio valley states will receive more than their proportionate hare regirariwIllbeduced in consequence of a diminution of receipts during the fiscal year Ohio leads with 183 increases and Is charged up with eight decreases Indiana has 75 increases and six de creases West Virginia has 42 in creases and three decreases anti Ken tucky 36 increases and six decreases Following are part of the readjustments KentuckyBerea 1700 to1800Bowling Green 2000 to 2700 Campbellsvilleburg 1900 to 2000 Clinton 1500 to 1COO Cloverport 1200 to 1300 Columbia 1300 to 400 Frankfort 2800 to 2900 Franklin 1700 to 2100nGrayson 1000 to 1100 Greenville 1201sHopltinsvilleiftvv to 1500 Lagrange 1300 to- 14flO Lancaster 1500 to 1600 Lawrenceburg 1800 to 1900 Lexington 3300 to 3400 Marion 2300to1400 Nicholas lilt 1700 to 1800 Owensboro 3000 to 3100 Owenton 1500 to 1600 paducah 3200 to 1500Princeton2300 to 2400 Scottville 1300 to 1400 Smiths Grove 1100 to 1100eWinchester 2400 to 2500 Decreases sBardwell S 1600 Maynfield 2400 to 2300 Midway 1400 to 1300 Newport 3300 to 3100 Sebree 1300 to 1200 KNEELING IN PEW Little Alma Kellner Was Seen by a Dayn reachnoa g tiesspew her prayers unconscious that before the day was over she was to fall vic fiendt childna seat in a pew in the middle of the church and remain there until services were over Mrs Dolle was attracted to the child by her tardiness Mrs Dolle watched her arise from her seat but lost her in the crowd When she reached the open however theseyes and looking up the street I know it was Alma I couldnt be closelyyed said Mrs Dolls As r turned the corner and walked out Clay street to my home I saw her standing In the churchscomertwo weeks after the child disap peared KENTUCKY WIRE TAPS Mayfield The fifth trial of the 10 000 damage suit of Mrs Holden Lewis administratrix of her late husband against the Mayfield Lumber Co came to a close when the jury after delib erating for three hours returned a verdict for 3000 In three previous trials there was a hung jury In one trial a verdict was given iQ favor of the defendant but a new trial was granted Central City KyDr A D James aged 60 years former congressman from the Third district and United States marshal at Louisville after a long illness during which he suf fered excruciating pain died at Pen rod his country home The end was very peaceful Dr James passing away in his For many months the w 1Iknown patient i had been in de cliiing health suffering from main reliefFrankfortof pickpockets in Frankfort on capitol dedication day it has just developed was Gov J C S Blackburn who lost about 30 in currency He docs not hiscamoneyeyburn did not tell of his loss and made no report of it to the police in Frank fort Louisville YL Vories 93 former ly prominent IIi politics and one of the old whileIon a He wasBorn near CamDbellsburg Henry county Charm of Flower in the merry month of June ALL flowerladen leghorn hat blos forth with the roses and other winsome things of young summer This and the beautiful hair braid hat are perennial favorites not more or less but always more popu lar Every season the clever milliner who delights in these really beautiful shapes must bethink her of some new touch In trimming some new turn to Trim or some novel feature in man her of decorating In order that the summer girl may not tire of these hats and run after new goods whose virtues are untried in jrealm of millinery Ever since the oldest moidiste can remember June has seen the heads of lair wearers crowned w th these staple shapes trimmed with roses and ribbon This year the iew touch Is found In velvet facings a id in vel vetcovered crowns New Ideas are shown also in silk or tulle eggs and In the way in which brims i returned or shaped theirhatsleghornmer hut for several Th refore It remodeleral times Her chances of turning out something pleasing and success ful were never better thanj they are MASSAGE FOR TIRED FEET Simple Home Remedies that Will Do Away With an Relieve DiscomfortI The old East Indian method of giving scientific massage to the feet has been taken bp again and is con sidered of great value to those who are FirstTheI hands are moved up GIRLS SAILOR DRESS ifEither serge or linen would make up nicely jln this styleIThe slriirt has a tight fittiug yoke icut parIst blouse is an ordinary sailor style and has the collar and singlet edged with braid A sailors knot is tied belrw thecollar Materials required Six and one yardbraid this year A velvet facing or a vel vet crown added to last years leghorn changes its appearance completely If the shape is considerably worn both may be used for perfectly new plctureIt is the charm of flowers the ne beautifully colored roses which Is so enchanting and finally makes the las years hat as good as new and haps better If a velvetcovered crown seems a little dark or heavy sash ofTight ribbon or perhaps o tulle are added Many kinds of flowers are used fo these hats although the rose is the first choice One cannot make a mi take in selecting theros6gRfland Wreaths made of roses garden as fo getmenots and other flowers wit an occasional wisp of grass int duced have trimmed some of the handsomest patterns Big bouquets of roses and lilies of the valley have been favored and on black hairbraid small exquisitely made corn flowers or deep bluefbrgeta menots with velvet ribbon in same color have proved the color combination beautifuliThese hats can be worn wlthariy- sort of costume for summer With pretty white dresses give a fin ishing touch harmonious to the last degree JULIA BOTTOMLEY wwwwwward one after the other on the raised feet so that the blood is driven upward rtaryo at the toes and stopping at the mid dIe of the calf ttipsmovement with great force and pres sureThroughout all the massage the fe must be raised and supported Ituseless to do it when they are on a level with the headialcoholiscools the skin and stimulates the musclesFor aching feet nothing Is better feetSbouldwihleankles the TiedIrT Skirts As far as the fashions have gone toivearin to Some way at the knees It was ort sjsirtthisname of the tledm skirt That Is Drbeingash or a stitched band or an orna Whatevertullnessthere Pumps for street Wear aremade uslastpractical for outdoor wear inworncourseIFor house wear any of the dais maydonnedivezarer Things to Know toIdried lavender blossoms will scent the whole closet where they are kept plasterorpastead of water Do not put away a glove that Is still damp from the waraih of t hand T i Special OHr We will send you a beautiful inlnfa suitable for framing absolutely free Simply cut out this notice and mail it to us with two 2 Easy Task Soap wrappers mention the name of this paper to the Hewitt Bros Soap Co Dayton Ohio Our subjects consist of fruit landscape flower religious and scenery pictures Such a Polite Little Boy explainedtheof our milk Well interrupted the small son of the guest down his cup somebodys stung you with sour cow or or t rFnua that be fa Mnlot doingtusinese ofONEofLULLSFRANK CHENEY prescnceILEASONSEAL setaSheenyrystem Send for testimonials tree 0SoldTake Halls Family Pills for constipation An Av rage Doesnt it annoy you to be bald headed 1 Not at all replied the genial citi mywifetwo 16 YEARS OF SKIN DISEASE For sixteen long years I have been suffering with a bad case of skin disease While a child there broke out a red sore on the legs just In back of my knees It waxed from bad to worsen and at last I saw I had a bad skin disease I tried many widely known doctors in different cities but to na satisfactory result The plague bothIered me morel in warm weather than In winter and being on my leg joints it made It impossible for me to walk and I was forced to stay indoors In tha warmest weather My hopes of recov SleeplesswY an unbearable burden remedieat Pillsda roadfandrgone a ent man I am now the onesLeonardr 09aHarvard College This celebrated instltootion is pleas aptly situated in the barroom of Par kers in School street and has poopila from all over the country I had a let ter yesdy by the way from our mootual son Artemus Jr who satBowdoin college in Maine He writes me that he is a Bowdoin Arab Is It cum to this Is this boy as I nurtured with a parents care into his child hoods hourIs he gain to be a grate American humorist Alars T fear it isrtoo troo Why didnt I bind him to the Patent Travelin Vegetable Pit appearancehim to go with him and be a Plllistr Ar these boysthey little know how the old folks worrit about emFrom Lifes Reprint From Artemus Ward A Cynical Synonym Poor Myra Kelley said a maga inheas Mr Carnegie at the spirit of graft and crookedness rampant among us The young writer at a dinner of weisThen she crystallized her mean ng in an anecdote She said that one man asked an other v What position does Blank hold In the community A very honorable position Wat the reply Is he wealthy Wealth and hope said the other are synonymous terms in America today FEED CHILDREN On Properly Selected Food It Pays Big Dividends If parents will give Just a little intelligent thought to the feeding of theyantroubleGthedrew are all so much better and stronger than they ever were before we made a thange In the character of the food We have quit using potatoes three times i day with coffee and so much meat somerestewed or canned some GrapeNuts with cream occa sionally some soft boiled eggs and some Postum for breakfast and supper Then for dinner they have some meat and vegetables It would be hard to realize tne havety eleeGrapeNuts and Pqstum A short time ngo my baby was teething and had a great deal of stom ach and bowel trouble Nothing seemed to agree with him until I tried GrapeNuts softened and mixed with rich milk and he Improved rapidly and got sturdy Red well fonntlrInEver read tIle allege letter A gew hfens appears from time tb tligc Tfcer are crcnulae true tail full of 11tIW- Asiatrrat r t y Address By Henry Clews LL D Delivered at the Annual Commencement of the State University Lexington Kentucky == Lexington KyHenry Cews who delivered an address at the University of Kentucky commencement said in parttrIt is with much pleasure and the highest appreciation of the degree conferred upon me that I rise to thank the University of Kentucky for so gerat an honor I am proud to accept it for I value it beyond price com It siandpresident who is himself the dean of all our American university presi dents He occupies an unique distinc tion among them In havIng been for 45 years the president of this great smallbeginning perplexingBesides being proud of its State uni versity Kentuckians have good reason to be proud and grateful for their natural inheritance Our army stat istics show that soldiers enlisted in alwaysbeenand also of circumference of head and chest than the soldiers of any othe state The soil of Kentucky isun nestled In fertility and while it growingUsIt can produce cotton corn and wheat and almost every other agricultural maybe naturaltthe Mexican war in 1846 Kentucky ofitsAll Honor to Kentucky Kentucky has an additional claim to distinction in the fact that Abraham Lincoln the great emancipator and saviour of the union was a native of hardshipfhisstate there was developed within him the adamantine characteristics of greatness that afterwards distinguished him in his political career in Illinois and made him eventually the foremost man of his time in this or any other nation But to Kentucky he owed his birth All honor to Ken tucky for giving us Lincolni J You are now on the threshold of American citizenship and have good beforeities Surely it is privilege that you all value and can hardly overvalue that of becoming American citizens and thus forming a part of this free and glorious republic where the gates of opportunity are thrown wide open to you and tho golden harvest of sue ces stands ready to be reaped by the worthy and deserving who are able and willing to do good work and work hard in their chosen calling I may reasonably predict that some of you will become leaders of thought trade science literature or art and that will be your ample reward I base my prediction on the fact that you did not come here because you were com pelled to but because you had a thirst for knowledge for information or sug youinand anxious to work hard to attain what you desired The first requisitbto attain success In any willingness to study and work for what you want so being equipped with this necessary quality at the start you are prepared to make heatway in the battle of life Right here let me Impress upoliyou that the foundation stones of Isuccess in life are industry honesty These are jewels which every one can possess if he cares to Do not bp honest because it pays or as a matterof policy Be honest because you are conscientious and it Is right to bp honest and a re Jismanhoodanyi life JHaveWhile you are still young I advise you to have an Ideal Make up mind what you are best suited yourI and strive wilh all that is in SUChjILother things in life more to be deSire than great wealth Learn WelLthe history of your country Study the science of federal state and municipal government Study also finance and banking Whether you1 go into Wall street or not it will be useful to you When you leave this great university try to inform yourselves on all the stl jects that will make you useful cI zens as well as competent practical workers School yourselves to be po Ute and courteous under trying cir cumstances Politeness is one of the strongest allies one can have in h dealings with his fellowmen It not only so in my field of activity Wall street but everywhere Continue to read only good boo Libraries are now so plentiful that oven if you have not one of lour own good books are within the reach of a11IWhile you are Improving your minds take good care of your bodi You are not yet too old for me give you points Exercise all you can in the open air Cleanliness of body and neatness of dress even if yourclothestakenasa guarantee of good ch ar meter Be thrifty and ecoaomicar t even if you can flat equal Russell Sage and never get Into debt if you can help iti The natural resources of our coun y are constantly being developed and men of brains and courage will be sought to lead the armies of work captainprivateavoid that vaulting ambition that overleaps itself and falls on the other de Now that you have graduated do not imagine that your education is completed Consider that you are just beginning to be able to learn and that your college life has simply been fconditionperfectinYoung men I entreat you to use all your endeavors to suppress the use of profanity or obscenity in public places cryingare never safe from the insults of hav ing to listen to talk that would not be tolerated in a firstclass barroom companyisrand scholars circumstancespresses what I mean when she says p1easantWhenBut the man worth while Is the one who will smile When everything goes dead wrong Whenever you see a chance to help- a fellowman who Is not as well equipped as you are give him a lift up If you do so you may forget it but he never Will and you will secure a friend who will be lookingfor a cl WChemistryportant part in the next twentyfive years that electricity has in the pas quarter of a century Fortune awaits any man who ca make use of waste material Millions of dollars worth of this is thrown away every year because the mind of man has not as yet b ut Wilizingto this end and who can tell but one of you may be the man who will play an important part In this great woe of discovering new sources of and progress If so he will find a bigger gold mine than Wall street performwould have been considered miracles in my younger days and still we find each year that they have much to learn It is possible that I am now addressing some youthful savant who will startle the yorld in the distant ft sIqllWherever aOPeEverYOpportunityknocks sharpca secure it when it knocks at yours and grab it before it flies Courage and Conscience The Almighty has enddwed everyman with two important allies name ly courage and conscience The latter can be blunted if not heeded and an elastic conscience is worse than a wooden leg Be cautious not to enter into any deal or occupation when your conscience warns you that you groundbutt you are in the right press forward with all the energy that is in you If you do not succeed have the cour to rise and try again and renew he struggle Nearly every man who made a great success in business fe has in his earlier years suffered reverses These failures have been lessons that have taught him the way to win You may often be temporarily iscouraged by seeing success come to the dishonest and unworthy but re cowmansd the respect of their fellows There is ore in life than filthy lucre a con mind is more to be desired than great riches and if you are poor be independently poor Andrew Carnegie says that to die rich is ie o disgraced so guard against thatYou are really now on the threshold IJifeI bisy rules and complex situations of the business world what to do and what to avoid Save Part of Salary Form the habit as soon as you become a money earner or moneymaker of saving a part of your salary or profits Put away one dollar of of every ten you earn The time ti come In your lives when if you have clrIwill control you You may often havo 1centyourselves to do ao and you will leadingIsless well equipped with worldly goods Witkstu can do See that the money you spend is- well sp ntB careful judgment In this respect you will acquire a habit which will cling to you in after life investmentou is ttous In the beginning of his burinsss career If yon hold a fiduciary position In a hank a mercantile business hoes e rememberIthatrardlnr the secrets and Inside facts of the business of your employer 1M bedivulgedVery often you will hear of tips be ing circulated as inside information sIIemployesecrets of the firm he works fur would youILthattendering this piece of advice but rather as a veteran addressing new recruits v Yeryhave not the persistence by nature you must cultivate it For with it you can succeed you can make diffi oppositiongiveyield to confidence and success Without It more shining qualities of your nature will not ensure your success nor avert failure and disaster And now a word for the young men only N xt to the unwisdom of lie letting and following bad or incompetent advisers in matters of bust personwhommake a fortune honestly you should be careful to avoid You will not al appearanceinto go by for they are generally well disguised It Is in their manner and conversation that you will find them out and that this be the easier I have made a collection of their characteristics as follows Avoid a man who vilifies his ben efactor- WhounjusUy accuses others of bad deeds Who never has a good word for any bodytWho when he drinks habitually drinks alone Who boasts of the superiority of his family Who talks religion downtown in con nection with his daily business affairs Who talks recklessly against the yir tue of respectable women Who apparentintention Who borrows small sums on his note or check dated ahead Who will not work for an honest living Who looks down upon thesis who do ho Is always prating about his own virtues thosetWho betrays confidence Who lies Who is honest only for policys sake Who deceives his wife and boasts of it to others ho chews tobacco in a public coil veyance Who gets intoxicated in public places Who partakes of hospitality and talks khand then blackguards the lender With a population of 91 millions which this country now has it is easy to find associates in life without see lecting men of any of these characteristics and life Is the better worth living without them There is another subject of signal importance to which I invite your earnest attentionIYou in mind now that you have become citizens that you will possess certain rights and privileges such as the elective fran chase and equality before the law find there are as well sacred obligations and duties imposed upon you as citizens that should be faithfully regarded and performed To properly understand and appre elate these duties you should I reIt- erate make a careful study of our system of government and more fully acquaint yourselves with the manner in N ationiParticipate in State Affair As you mature attend political meetings and read and discuss eco publiceners of individual thought and ex resson Be prepared when the time comes to actively participate in the affairs of your city and State as well as the nation and stand always ready and willing to lend your aid to tho uplifting pt the government to the highest ideals of Democracy or Re publicanism as you acts them If I should add a further word of advice it would be an appeal to you to ever cherish deep in your hearts undying love of country And now to the young ladlesGod bless them Do not think because my remarks have applied largely to the young men that I have Intended to overlook you I have given the gentlemen lots of advice ther need it more than you do and a gun as young as I am Is naturally diffident in the presence of the fair sex There never was a time in the history of the world when the had such opportunities in life as ou country a rds today Never have they commanded such respect In bust or professional life While 1 am not foolish enough to suppose that many of the fair ones in this audience will ever have to be selfsupporting there may be some exceptions It you necessityIeducation that puts you on a higher plane than the great majority of bust tress men can attain If your abilit equals your knowledge you have a brilliant prospect for the future It you marry young as most of you undoubtedly will your education fits you to shine in the social world and doubly fits you to rule In the home It is in tho home and not In the college whero the reeds of knowledge are planted It is the home influence that usuall snakes or unmakes the future man and woman A good woman Is the best gift of God to the world and next to Him Is entitled to our worship and adoration Ir onclusion over and above ever thing else wish continued soccer s and prosperity to the State University- of Kentucky and good health fresli honors good fortune and long lift t its distinguished and honored tires dent upon whose presidency the un versity can not be wo warmly siatulated R OOSEYELTS HUNI ionsFOR AFRICAN GAME Other Animals in Large Numbers Stat EAR ON DARK CO Naturalists Collected Hundreds o Specimens for the Smlthso lan InstitutionKermit Photographer of the Party tripAfricaIn nearlycessful In every way The c lonels desire to hunt big game was not all that was back of the trip f r the Smithsonian Institution wanted sped mens of the fauna and flora of the Dark Continent and commissioned the ex president to obtain them Fpr this reason a part of the expenses were borne by tie Institution but Mr Roosevelt paii all the expenses of presumebiycles in a magazine for which he re priceNot leav ing the White House Colonel flossvolt sailed from New York on the steamship Hamburg headed for Na ples With him were KermIt and three naturalists Major Mearns Ed mund Heller and J Alden toning and stowed In the hold was most of their photographing deltinedtrained himself to be the a from t r a pudenroodKT chief photographer of the expedition but he also turned out to be c under able of a hunter A great throng of friends ahdad givers bade the colonel farewell and fseparateld for practically all the way across the At lantlc wireless communication with the Hamburg was maintained Moreover at the Azores and again at Gibraltar he the offlckls and honord01 5 the entire turned put to greet him with flowers and chejrs Boarding the German steamship Ad miral for Mombasa Mr Ro sevett found fn his cabin a f flow ers and a letter from Emperor William wishing him good hunting t Mes zips a stop was made to vletv the Kingrman u ose welt and Kermit visited the Italian monarch on board the battleship Rex Umberto The party at Mom basa April 21 and was received by Acting Governor had been Instructed by the British government to do llin his power to further UpuslmlprIvileges wereYAt the party was joined by R J Cunlnghame a veteran Afri can hunter and explorer and L sUe J Tarleton and these two managed the expedition in a mOSt manner Taking train to Kapltjl plains the AlfredYon caravan of 260 persons wan organized and on April 25 Colonel Roosevelt had his first African hunt oil this occasion he bagged two wildebeests and a Thompgoas gazelle April 30 was a notable day in the camp on the Athi for on that day the first lions 1tell victims to the of twt1o t rejoicing among the natives whcjpiaaa up the caravan Afta 1 1I cJ game came fiat and cheetahs giraffes rhinoceroses and more lions were added to the lIst in all 14 varieties animals being secured Mean whi Kermit was busy with his cameras and the naturalists prepared the spe cimensGeorge McMillan an American was the next Jost of the hunters and several weeks were spent on his fine countryful and many fine specimens we maTn notably on and around Mount Kenla AfricafDe wet t down the White Nile getting back to comparative civilization at Gpndokoro There they went aboard a steamer put at their disposal by the sirdar and Journeyed to Khartum where Mrs Roosevelt met her husband and accompanied him in a leisurely trip to Cairo During his stay in Egypt Colonel Roosevelt was the recipient of many honors and made several hepraisedBritish gave considerable offense to the native Nationalists At the end of March the Roosevelts sailed for Ito In a preliminary report to Smithsonian Institution Mr Roosevelt summarized the material results of the expedition as follows On the trip Mr has pre pared 1020 specimens of mammals LOringhas 01blrdsDoctornearly 3100 Mr Loring 899 and Mr Heller about llftya total of about 4000 birds Of reptiles and batrachians Messrs Mearns LorIng and Heller collected about 2000 Of fishes about 600 were collect fishneares es elsewhere In British East Africa and phoov7Tght Undtnrood Jt IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE found populace quantity Mombasa marksmanship Heller he and Cunlnghame collected fishes In the White Nile This makes in al of vertebrates 4897BirdsaboutFishes 2000 Total 11397 The Invertebrates were collected chiefly by Doctor Mearna with some assistance from Messrs Cunlnghame and Kermit Roosevelt A few marine shells were collected near Mombasa and land and freshwater shells throughout the regions visited as well as crabs beetles milli pods and other invertebrates Several thousand plants were col lected throughout the regions visited jnamedhow to make very good specimens and turjned out an excellent man in every Way Anthropological materials were gathered by Doctor Mearns with some assistancQ from others a collection was contributed by Major Ross an American In the pnvernment service at Nairobi 1EvresvER To Remove a Paint StainrTo remove the unsightly stain of paint pilled on the doorstep try the follow ng plan Make a strong solu tlon o potash and wet the stain well with this keeping It wet until the paint Becomes soft Itt a short time it will readily rub loose and It may hen be washed off with soap and rater It any color htis penetrated the fibers of the wood keep the spot well wet with the solution and it will shortly disappear Paint which has been left on for some time will yield to this treatment WellSuPPlred- Benevolent Lady to showgirl And dear child have you no home ShowgirlYes indeed My father and mother have both married again and I am welcome at eith rvlaCiJL Life f t AN ACHING BACK Kidneysle f g Well Iridneys filter the bloom of uriacid and other Impurities When tiii kidneys are sick waste matter acctirv mulates Fund backache headache and urinary troubles re Jupi two suIt To eliminate Painsti1bansidesick kidneys and cure them perms nently i J N Markham Montesano Wash says Kidney trou ble came on me grad tleringtrommy flesh was soft and flabby I tlrei easily and suffered severely from pain In my back Doans Kidney Pills cured betterhealthRemember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents n box FosterMIlburnCo Buffalo N Y Reasoning of Youthful Mind lyeA schoolmistress whose hair was dayglvoingin Suffolk England To make the les son interesting as possible she went on to say she had herself been in a coal mine A little lad put up his hand and when pointed to said Please teacher Is that what made your hair so black Casey at the Batf theCoca1910 together with records schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball information compiled by au sentedpostageAlso aboutthisrefreshingAre relievesAt soda fountains and carbonated Iiiibottles 5c everywhere i A Wonder Worker SapleighAh speaking of elec trinity that makes me think 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VS 4 PILLS They L Can Costs ylaee4 n Lelri- treta kw all at ealale of wetateeoot- pt or up oertemt- ataotlotuWtuour thing Oaaruteedel = noL sues150 Dthl1lA- 5y Why accept from a Kitlnga bank when yoo can buy Six Per Cent Real Estate Ilftds Besides Eihrlug to the profits of a great cfoc porntiou Write fur fal particujtrs Dept x DEBDlTURfc CORPORATION OF hEW SJ4 FiftU Avenue New York Clt7J WN U CINCINNATI N04 C1SH r v i 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910I c FUHRMAN CO = = = BLOOMFIELD KY Our beaacrificI Our SlippersDRUGGETS CARPETS and FURNITURE to fit any purse Be sure to see us before yoii buy Fuhtman Co MYRA CIGARForS I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY t8UBSCRIPTON ONE DOLLAR In Advance II L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpnngfieldXyformarls as secondclass matter TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION t 10081xThree Months 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Editor W P Wltn who is engi 1 neering a column in the Lexington Herald says We have been watching the columns of a hundred or more State exchanges and find that the average country editor is as shy of expression of opinion as a demure little maiden of the other sex Mr Walton believes and rightly so that the editorial column should express opinionEx- The demure little maiden refer red to by Bro Walton may have been the Irish girl we have read about who never opened her mouth but she put her foot in itEdjP- LEASANi GROVE Hundley Hays and sister Miss Julia of Bloomfield visited the families of B L Litsey and J Ie Martin Saturday and Sunday The Childrens Dav exercises at Pleasant Grove church were quite a success The children and those who trained them deserve much credit pearly 1800 were subscribed for a for school The little Beach was very much swol len from the rains of last week A cropsinMiss Sue Duncan visited Mrs L N Reed the latter part of last week Misses Mabel and Nancy Thompson- were here Sunday Messrs Till Conway and Clarence Litsev of Lebanon are visiting rela tives here this Wt eke Quite a number of friends and rela tivesspent Sunday at the home of Hen ryWhitemanMessrs and Winfrey Gregory returned Sunday from a visit to Mid dlesboroMrs G Noe of Columbus 0 is expected Saturday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArs daleMr and Mrs Mike Fitzgerald visited Mrs Decatur Dragoo last week Sharpsvillenext Saturday Mr and Mrs James Brown and chil dren visited Mrs Browns parents near SundayMr a SundayCapt Mrs Addison GIb- son and children have returned to Per ryville after a visit to Mr and Mrs S G HardestyMr Litsey was in Louisville on Friday Lame shoulder is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica tion of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and effectual but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by All Druggists CHEERINGCROWDS Greet Little Rough Riders As They Ride Up Broadway In New York New York June U Completing a 2000 mile journey from Oklahoma to be in New York to join in the welcome to aYjLouIshoma and his sixyearold brother Temple rode up Broadway this afternoon on their tired bronchos between cheering crowds which lined each side of the streets- Thelittle roughriders were the cent er of a continuous reception from the moment they reached the city It took six mpnnted policemen to clear the way when they rode off the terry bringing them from Jersey City Attractive Improvement The Misses Goatley have been nicking extensive improvements lately on their residence on the hill A new story has been added containing thfee living rooms which have beeh finish ed inthe latest style The whole house has been painted a becoming cream color with white edgings and black sash coloring on the windows The whole decoration makes this residence one of the neatest and most attractive in the neighborhood TEXAS Messrs Robert and Jerome Wilson SharpfMrs Mable Mahon of Harrodsburcr is the guest of her sister Mrs J C GordonMr audMrs T E Wilson spent one day recently with relatives in Harrods burg Messes R L Arnold and G W Cocanougher were in Harrodsburg Mon day Miss Sarah ONan of Springfield spent Monday with Miss Hattie Arnold Rev Milton Clark of Mackville will fill the appointment of keys R L Put dom here Saturday and Sunday Rev Purdom is away holding a se ies ot meetingsMiss osa Rice ot New Market is with her parents here this week At Private Sale- I will be at my house on Friday and Saturday June 24 and 25 and will then sell by private sale all my householdI and kitchen furniture stoves carpets rugs chairs tables sideboard dresser washstand beds leather couch mirrors pictures kitch en iltensils clocks ornaments vases bed clothing lace curtains blinds lamps dishes and many other articles HARRY SHADER Notice to Carpenters The Washington County Board of Education will receive bids for the erec onetfor near isburg one at White Hall one on the county road near N W Hatchetts house These houses will be let out to the lovcest and best bidder subject to the approval of the board Theywill be built as soon as contracts are made For specifications apply at the county Superintendents Office on Mondays and Saturdays By order of the Board J W BUSH Chairman Q Q QQQQQQQQOQOooorOOQ QO O ct 0 I ALL HATS i T 0 I At and Below Cost I IBuyg i 0 Wathen Shader I Ji o o o o aaaaooaa a oaa atI a aOf t Dr G 1 1R- ESIDENT Burton DENTIST teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY StrictlyFirstlassffice in Halton Block up stairs Local News Notes LOST On Sunday last a pair of gold spectacles Finder will please return to this office Henry Hickerson wants to buy two thoroughbred Southdown mule lambs Anyone knowing where they can be bought will write me at Mackville June Clearance Sale ml Millinery at HALF PRICE See for yourself Mrs Williams Simplar Fidellus and Ago a classes of the Baptist Sunday School will give an Ice Cream supper at the Court House Everybody JUST RECEIVED A complete line of 200 buggy whips direct from facto Iry This means something for you from first hand at the lowest price No middlemans profits The very best for almost half price Call and take a look before buying elsewhere I will save you money P J Thomas The place to buy hot weather goods Call and get prices Its to your inter est P J Thomas We have a nuinberof farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB uEO G GOWDY Prop IFOR SALEA beautiful tone square Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office Mound City Paints may costa trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon FOR SALE The inters of St Cath erines have on display at The Robert sonClaybrooke Cos store a Tent which they desire to sell Anyone contem plating buying a tent will do well to see this one before buying Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace Un the nerves banish sick headache prevent despondency and invigorate the whole system Sold by AH Druggists To the Public We are Agents for Parisian Sage and We Know the Guar antee is Genuine The Leo Haydon Drug Co Parisian Sage the quickacting hair invigorator is guaranteed To stop falling hairITo cure dandruff To cure itching of the scalp To put life into faded hair To make harsh hair soft and luxuri antTo make hair grow or money back It is the most delightful hair dressing made and is a great favorite with la dies who desire luxuriant and beautiful hair Price 50c a large bottle HiLt + tH3 it tf1tfiuit it++ + ttit2WEARE GOING TO MAKE Special Low Pricesli t IIN THIS DEPARTMENT r Lt t iFORITHENEXT30 DAYS fir 89 that4 may Reduce the Stock T This is a good chance to get a BARGAIN and you should NOT fail to take advantage ST 41 of it The stock consists of the Newest Styles in Spring and Summer Suits and you will get a liberal reduction on every one of them +it + We also have i few sJits in both Mens and Boys which were tcarried over and are offering them you at ttWi i T One Lot of Mens and Young Mens toSTRAW HATS AT HALFPRICE tit ITS HERE LOOK f Special lot of Young Mens Socks + new shade 50c values tor 25c it Special lot of Young Mens Socks 19call colors 25c values for One lot Mens Fine Shirts69c125 and 1 values +Mens Black Socks Per pair I 712 c Mens Heavy Grey Mixed Sox pair i 71 2C Silk FourinHand Ties +Worth 40c for 19c W We have many bargains to offer and will be glad to show you C04iSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY + ++ + + Binders Mowers 1 Rakes Twine- Get Our Prices Before Buying r G ROBERTSON CO Tanks f- J 1 j = JGutteringr We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed HATCHETT McPHERSON Leave orders at Barber Pett Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention rt s t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 rJroj F REO y r Four Cylinder ThirtyFive HorsePower Five Passenger Touring Car For 1910 Price 1250 Without Top or Wind Shield u fl WHy go running over tHe Country in si noisy machine hay ing all Kinds of Engine and Tire troubles when you r get a car of medium weight a smooth running car canIone that Has plenty of reserve power for Hill climb ing on high gear and not be bothering withal ways shifting gears to get along AsKt any Reo or Haynes OwnersThey will tell you how to avoid this trouble i tYou have in the REO and HAYNES cars the real thing in a motor cara vcar that you can depend on to set there and backa car with good springs a which makes easy riding and does away with tire troubles to a great extent I will have a demonstration car in Springfield in about ten days for catalc o an arrange or a i Siit gle Cylinder REO RunaboutS500 Less Top Two Cylinder REO Roadster SIO0O I 1TW Cylinder REO iRrcarSIIOO HAYNES 40 Horse Power j Passenger Touring Car for I9IO f With Top and Wind Shield 2000 Complete Ifyou are interested in Motor CyclesI Have the best made I THE INDIANThis Motor Cycle can be demonstrated to you at my place of business any time My place of business is at Marks Greens Planing Mill Springfield Ky where I do all kinds of Repair Work un Gasoline Engines Motor Cars etc also handle Fairbanks Morse Gasoline Engines Pumps Feed Mills and anything you want in the machine line N G MARKSjjringfieldKy REO unabout500 Without Top or Rear Seat a hAPPY HOLLOW John Crow and family spent Sunday at Polin Messrs Pope Bishop and Mitt Keel ing spent Saturday night with Walter Hanby 4Mr Mrs John Matherly spent Sit urday and Sunday with h brother Ed Hanbv and wife John Armstrong and wife spent Sunday with their daughter Mr and Mrs I REO Roadster COMPLETE 1000 Erastus Perkins tpentSaturdayJ M Shields and family Those from this place who visited Pleasant Grove Sunday night were J Armstrong and wife Ed Hanby and wife W C Dudgeon Erastus Shields Elmer and Hanby Miss Myrtle Armstrong Walter Hanby and Miss Mattie Shields All had an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs Erastus Perkins are re joicing over the arrival ofa fine dati h LaMont Concert Band Chicago Glee Club Local Talent Wirt Lowther Platform Manager Rev Tilien Miss Stevens Gov E W Hoch of Kansas Mon roe Markley E W ONeal Edward Amherst Ott Hon Thos P Gore U S Senator from Oklahoma ENTERTAINERS Rosani the Juggler Ralph Par lette the Humorist Local talent REO Touring Car 1100 With Top and Wind Shield ter on the 9th inst Also a fine son was born to Mr and Mrs Colman Settles on the 29th ult Walter Hanby and Miss Myrtle Arm strong attended meeting at Willisbur and Rockbridge Sdnday morning and a ternoonRev and Mrs W E Sutherland have returned home after spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs T WSuth erland the latter being very ill The Sun and CourierJournal SLGI The Springfield sun Lao per year arrangements now for tickets I W V STALLARD DtD S I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH Pain or Danger I IAU j Personal I o a Visitors In and Out of TownA a WeeksuoaooaaocF 9oo6Q I Was It You Somebody did a golden deed Somebody proved a friend in need Somebody sang a beautiful song longSomebodySomebody said Im glad to give Somebody fought a valiant fjghf rightWas Ex MissesLFgytown were here Tuesday Miss Annette Losson of Bards town spent the first of the week here Misses Sophie Conway Addie Wil llett Louise Tucker Lois Johnson and McGill homeNellie are Miss Susie has returned home LoUlsvIlhIMiss Ella McAtee has returned to her hpme in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs C W Ha ran and Mr and Mrs Sam of Lebanon dpent Sunday Bertha Haydon spentSundaymMrs Tom Spading of Bardstowh is the guest of her mother Mrs Ben Haydon Mrs R binslof Denyer Colo is the guest of Mrs Cain Misses Alma and Blanche Starks of Eyansyille Ind are the guests of Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbel Miss Jennie Greene and Jeff Goat ley were in Bardstown Sunday Miss Minnie Blanford will leave Snuday for her home in Louisville Dr G T Button w o has been visiting in Madison County has return ed home Mrs Weisen of is the guest of her sister Mrs y jE Leach man Mrs C HG aham returned to her home at Kiifkland after a visit to tier sister M s ijloe Mss Lizzie as returned to her home at BardstoYn Junction after a visit to Mrs TW Riinms Jr Mr J Chas Greene has returned hone after a visit to Bard town Misses Ellen land Ll zie Wathen spent Sunday and Monday m Lebanon Mrs Frank Npe will eaVe Friday for Christian County to vis it her sister = Mr Bernard Hughesrt Lebanon spent Sunday er Mrs Ecro Rapier of New Haven Mrs Ray Boon of Cloyerport and Miss Mary Bruce Hurst df Bardstown attended the St Catherines commence mentMisses Jack Chinn and M R Dick erson of Nickelsville are guest at the Walton this week Parker Medley of Owensboro is visiting relations here Mrs Liim Able of Lebanon and Mre of Clev ind Oho were visitors in town Miss Marie Simpson of Bardstown is the guest of Miss Vergie Mayes Willisburgfguestsof Miss Elizabeth Logsdon Mrs John Maloney and daughter Marie of Louisville are guests of Miss Susie Pope Mr and Mrs J C Shader attend ed the St Marys commencementTues day Spot Great Company NOTE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM Base Ball Gam s A series of baseball games is being arranged between teams representing nearby towns compete for a handsome silver Cup The schedule will be so arranged game each day during the Chautauqua with doubleheader n July 4th The competing teams will be composed of good ers and the ries promises be as close and interesting as was that ol last season Make your camping and season oOOoooQoQQQa Notes Spalding Louisvilje Wathen paldng luesdayI Loving For any information Address I r 44 II II tWt Z Ii SPRING GOODS We have the most complete line of Spring Goods for the cultivation of gardens necessities about the house fitI4f of our stock and prices will be a great saviJfxo jLawn Mowers We have the lawn mower that willVgive you more satisfactory service than any other mower on 43 the market Come and see fttIThe Best Tobacco Hoes On The Markeitl Garden Tools We have a complete line of 11 garden tools Rakes Hoes Shov els Spades etc and the best tt Tobacco Hoes on the market Screen Perfection Stoves W All kinds of Lawn H0se Guarariteed tit We respectfully share of patronage t Shultz Cleaver 1 Hardware Plumbing and Tinning 4 tipstisttt 2H ttHttttHt laaYteSa tsattdor Mrs Alma Richards is her aunt Miss Bettie Craycroft Misses Gertrude of Morganfield and Annie Timony of Danville are guests of Miss Gertrude Shader guestofMisses Alma and Mildred Spalding of Lebanon spent Tuesday with Miss Margaret R HaganIand J C St Marys Mrs Louis and daughter visitingMrsspending the day with Judge and Mrs W E Mrs John Maloney Miss May Tingle of Louisville Misses Louise Wathen and May McGill of Lebanon and Mrs of Danville attended St Catherines Commencement yesterday Mrs Bella Smith of Louisville is visiting Miss Susie Pope FloraMuddKaftIeF Innes John Kelly Mr and Mrs W MuddJoeing Loreto Commencement to day Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 6 Mrs E Carl received in hono- of her Mrs Oscar of- Cartersville Ga In the receiving line were Mrs Litsey Mrs Peeples Mrs W E Selecman Mrs Will and Mrs Will Hagan The color scheme was yellow and white and the dining rom was beautifully decorated in dais ijs fhe ices and cakes were yellow and white and the mints Were in the form of daisies Lebanon Enterprise Reduced Railroad Rates for the Aviation Meet Louisville promises to the Mecca of thousands of Kentuckians 1819 when a great aviation onJuneI be held under the auspices of isville Times at which countrys most famous birdmen will tbeI seen flying in their aeroplanes rates will be offered on railroads interurban lines in Kentucky and South ern Indiana TT Wire We can save you money on- Screen Wire for Windows Doors and Porches All widths andallcrsizest Oil tThe Blue smokeless flame and glass oven door Ask those who have about the pleasure of summer cooking solicit a your + tt tt i visiting Clements Peeples Selecman Selecman T T T + w w y iBanks On Sure Thing Nowi NeweLIfe647 Elm St Buffalo JN Y They curled me of chronic when all others failed Unequaled for Bilious ness Jaundice Indigestion Headache tHaydon IA Complexipm i A Clear Skin and Bright eyes are Easy to Get t IAil the beauty creams in creation wont improve your complexion if your stomach is out oforder Belching of gas and heartburn mean bad food in the stomach Bad food means bad blood and bad blood means bad complexion nI misery and indigestion They relieve in few min utes they make rich red blood They guaranteed tocure or moneyback Read what a Kansas woman says stomachrtablets for I had been doctoring for over a year for stomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as Miona does I only have the see ond box and it has relieved all pain in my stomach For who suffer fronJ on811IcaCity Nov 1 1909 Mi o na stomach table s are sold by LeeHaydon Booth1tI 11HAiV +iMk Cures catarrh or money back Jat inclUdinginhalerS FIFTH ANNUAL ASSEMBLY + Proctor Knott Chautauqua Association Lebanon Ky June 28 to July 8 Beautiful Grounds An Ideal for Camping and Outing Platform Attractions t s MUSICAL ParlandNewhall LECTURERS Father Daily to as to provida a plaiy s to be one constipation Lovely r a a are all Grand Fire Works onr The Night of July 4th This will be the most spectacular exhibition that has ever been produced in Central Kentucky and this attraction alone will be worth the price of a season ticket v Wj 0 DILLEY Secretary Lebanon Ky r 0 a Jt F Tz f ii SERIALMasteq II By Marie Van Vorst- II Author of s Amanda of the MM Mist Desmond etc etc II Cwtisbt IIK fcr 3B Ui loott CoKpuy 11 SYNOPSIS fndLied shuts himself up in Craven country home His gloomy meditations are broken by the admission of an Amer lean Lucy Carew who has come to Eng tmorebeingdisturbed oIriswhe writes Tempest Induces Lucy to re and read her manuscript to him Their Interest in btie another grows Tern rest burns the photographs and letters o Lady Ormond With whom his name has pleasuretncresses CHAPTER VI Continued Oh sir she palliated I thought no wrong sirfor her or you Well well he waived and said significantly ufor me theres no good in the worldIThe old womans hands were clased over her knittingwork her wedding ring fine and yellow on her finger to had seen the ring grow thin wit the years His eyes were on itBut there are good things sir she whispered softly a wife and children He laughed not pleasantly You mustrenounee your fairytales The only ones that are left are grub sometales with which to frighten children He frowned and covered his face with his hand a fine hand strong and slender nothing effeminate about t it albeit with the oval nails and psychic fingertips of tha poet He recovered himself To return to what I came to say Miss Carew must leave Craven Yes Mr Tempest I shall sever send her I never show her let her dream I wis it because his eyes flashed at ah old anxious face I wish nothin lPyou Yes Mr BasiL She must not come tomorrowno again As he threw back his tead the shad ws on his face appeared to creep rOm his melancholy eyes narDrobf over all his features The spirits o the night and darkness had banded toI tether to cast their baleful wings over him She must not come again No Mr Basil I cannot bear It She understood him and sat silent her tenderness and pity fixed on his lowed brooding figure As her eyes met his he again covered his over with his too frequent gesture and ex claimed Fire coals of live flames heated red hot and on each lid What is this cursed malady that Is destroying me God t to be blind blind with the love of beauty 430 knit in me that it is one with my life To give up all the images of the world the forms of life the colors that plant the aspect of the universeto go into this self this dark gloomy prison of myself with memories none too glador brave or good be sure To live With the ghouls of the mindthe angels of light all banished Never to write again never to create because my selfish misery Is too great because I am sapped by revolt and not to be reconciled Why tonight I can scarcely see you and there have been days when I would have torn my eyes open to see her more plainly To potter around the earth I have been tovain as to think I trod well to tumble for a chair to fall instead of walking to feel my way who have broken it through You have watched the malady come to me Henly as you watched it come to my f ther You have understood You have seen me suffer and I knew you wondered at control when within I have shriekedwith agony He paused then said significantly But there Is oblivion In his anguish his eyes showed bloodred as if horribly suffused with drops of a supreme Gethsemane The old womans was sublime n tenderness her tears were flowing freelyAnd I have dared for a moment t think of happiness he breathedI have dreamed of a love strong enough to go with me Into that deadly dark ness the inferno But Its madness madness I have proved It It does not exist and God knows I will pro tect myself from suffering any more deeply than now I do But as I said there is oblivion look here Temp est unfastened his cuff and rolled up leis sleeves to his inner arm The old housekeeper gave a cry She froze on herl11ILSlLe sprang to her feet end put her hand on hIS shoulder Ahrnb she cried In a stifled voice Uono Mr Basin Hu hhe commanded lier sternly And she knew him too well to burst forth into the grief her heart eon talned Tempest in his tone alone had become the master who although- he had given his confidence admitted- no familiarity however detr1The housekeeper trembled as she stood and Tempest was the controlled one He said presently Youll find some means to see Miss youlikeAs for mehe shruggedI am incapable of any further strength in the matter I couldnt be expected to turn voluntarily from Heaven to Hades He smiled his peculiarly sweet gentle smile and rose to go Mrs Henly followed him to the door When he had left her she fell upon her knees by the little chair he had used to sit in as a child and wept for him and prayed for him and determined that 1f there were hope on the earth to rescue him he should be rescued It did not call for an astute charac ter reader to remark the change in Mrs KamsdlHs guest The fine country air of shire had failed to insthe castle did not stimulate her appe Ute She was extremely altered and little woman tempted her with the c of her homely kitchen fare vain fPolly Ramsdlll welcomed the unusual visit of Mr Tempests housekeeper with great deference and relief offl Mrs Henly in rigid blacK silk with a fetching little close bennJbt whose purple strings were tied under her chin had chosen to draw a veil down over her countenance whose natural serenity was mUch disturbed The veil was mottled a little far even on the way from Craven she had cried through It The young ladys bin justt hen sP9tlesssuggesthfor it Shes never still m I do think she walks her flesh off her and her colors as well You think she Is poorly Polly Well m coughed Mrs Ramsdlll theres some as never does well out of their natural hair if it were a veg etubble Id say it were witherln if it were a child Id say it were plnln Miss Carew would see Mrs who went up at once to the room i the eaves The American was before the bi of mirror that reflected sky and meadow and her own changed face the Lady of Shalot she had see strange things pass in the little glass She stood with her hat in her hand haihadmirationWhatot of it- Polly was rightthe strangers color thrlooked the picture of vigorous health Youre not looking as well as when you came to England mIss seedfBut it wonder your feelin the long close wrltin 1 daresay Mrs Henly paused surprised to find that for the first she thought of the girl She was young and vigorous but what health and vitality what iflf There Was Only Some Heart Tha- Could Care for Him Enough Some Hand That Could Guide Him strength of body and mind and what divine patience were needed for the task Mrs Henly purposed for the slender creature But she did not think twice of It Lovethat was all the strength needed If she had It if not ah her poor blighted boy She felt instinctive ease with Miss CareW in whose presence she ha found herself only a feetimes b fore The nature of the stranger al though an unknown quantity was sympathetic The old lady sat down beside Miss Carew on the little bed She lifted her mottled veil and revealed her dia turbed face and tearreddened eyes ion an oldfashioned gesture of despair gave a choked sobnnd murmured whilst her eyes streamed over Oh miss whit a terribly cruel world itis indeed what a hoddp cruel world As this to them both was far too broad and humanitarian a cause for such sudden personal grief she added Bobbin Mr TcmperMrBasllis very ill indeed Miss Crews color grew still whiter 1IjAo and It was a second coffer set echoed What has happened to Mr Temp estr Oh nothing sudden Mrs Henly got the better of her tears nothing sudden no more than yesterday or that you would seebut hes ill miss and my heart Is broken for him seemthatthought It was a relief to htm to work I have been wrong perhaps Oh no indeed hurried the other Far from it you have been a bless ing to him a good dear blessing Her way ot putting it was sweet and in its form soothed the heartache intenselytoher in a sort of appeal and continued IncoherentlyThe I let you in missI see noV that I took it on myself so to say I shant fjbrget how you stood there wet and com like a child lost in a storm you was so eager too and your eyes was so bright and you says so determinedly I must see Mr Tempest Do you remember How she had ever been that en lnvadtJrMissable to recall that the story did not sound to her like her vrm And I had Just left him a half hour before shut up In that drear some room with his books which he whichhheagain Why miss you made me think inIn he was a boythe fairytalesand you gave me the feeling of hoddness as If you Just dropped in with the rain and was some kind of a bewitchment Her mingled figures were not unplcturesqub and the listener did not smile as she thought with a thrill oC saidAndyou to him miss I said Harm him It cantand anything is better than to see him so so while you were thank in me for being so kind to you miss I was thinkin only of him Im afraid what I shall always be doing to the last Lucy Carew could not question her She felt no wish to do soshe had a dread of what message the woman had come to bring She was speed ing towards some point and the girl sat patiently before the emotion and the love that struggled in the wrinkled old face but as again Mrs Henlys appealing eyes met hers she mur muredDo you regret it Mrs Henlrletting me In 2 thenIf its forj ttmore I shall never never forgive myself It couldnhimbuttovoiceyspeakers control Dont Mrs Hcnly tell me anymore please I world rather not hear herdDoes Mr Tempest know you came to me Mr Henly Oh dearhe bade me come He bade you cqme Yes miss liTo do whatto tell me what I cant ever tell you miss Miss Carew had taken her con panions hands her breast heave with surprise and a sort of terror You must tell me Mr Tempest sent you to me for what But you forbade me to speak Miss CarewOf his illnessyesbut what doe s he wish me to dp Seeking to evade disloyalty and nevertheless to accomplish her dt sired end Mrs Henly repeated TO BE CONTINUED Diving Extraordinary Italy is nothing If not artistic 86 even in their swimming contests art finds a place in addition to the Old nary acrobatic feats and the testa of endurance In Rome during a series of aquatic sports on the Tiber couples and groups in fantastic costumes would appear on the banks and plunge into the river Jn all sorts of attitudes but the ono thing that was most admired and applauded was the flying Mercury Romantbor- rowed all the attributes of this mos senger of tho gods his winged hat and sandals and the caduceus and when carefully posed he Jumped Into the Tiber It seemed the spectator said as it it were really tho Mar cury of Giovanni da Bologna who had come up to participate In the watel sports of modern Italy Thieves Who Are Experts axperteeFive years ago thero was a series oJ daring robberies In Queens gate and Grosvenor gardens Over thirty houses were entered In every soave nothing was taken except two 01 three small articles but these were always the very best In the house fo connoisseur could possibl have chosen better than this nocturnal ad venturer What Is more nothing ot his plunder was ever marketed In England It la believed that he stored the whole lot and took IttrAmerica where no doubt It realized big prices Good Practice Even when a woman Is talking to t man over the telephone she taker a graceful pose so he can admire h1 figure New York PieM MODERN COWBARN TO SHELTERNINETY ANIMALS Details of Complete Structure and Sir Designed That Its Capacity May Be Increased or Decreased at Will 1FlOor Plan for Large Dairy Barn A plan Is nhbwn ot a mod- emn dairy barn nerefh clty for ninety cows As by the floor plan there f5r eighty milk cows tin stalls for dry cows or young stock two bull stalls and a large calfpen in one wing of the pro posed barn says a writer in Farmers Review The opposite wing has eight single stalls and four double stalls for the horses Opposite the horse mlalsotwo silos are each 18x34 feet in the clear and win hold 180 tons of Silage each qr sufficient for feeding 100 cows The barn is very complete and so designed that its capacity may be Increase d or decreased without affect ing the general arrangement or the exterior architectural appearance of the bani The two wings may be built later if eslred Possibly every dairy man w uld not want the horse barn in connection with the dairy barn The can be built larger or small er as required The bern as destined has a roof some call it a double or hip roof The walls are twelve feet to the eaves and the lower story eight feet in the clear The stalls are built of gas pipe and the pipe supports the SUCCESSFUL IN SHEEP RAISING Beginners Should Study Carefully the Methods bpd Practices of Men Who Have Profited by Experience By R B RUSHING When you start sheep or prepare to start YQU can approach some sheepmen with such questions as you desire Information upon There are a lot of good sheepmen in the country They are willing to tell you if you ask them what are the rocks you would wreck upon Then Is It not good judgment ty consult such men Tho first question about environment and condition will be largely set tled by the circumstances financial and otherwise of the beginner We suppose he is an average farm er with perhaps 70or 80 acres of land and wishes to keep sheepa small flock In addition to his other stock He has very little knowledge of sheep and consequently knows little about breeds and has little idea of what he would like best Would It be wise for him to be tempted to foolishly select some breed that his neighbors who are making a success ot sheep do not have or per thatBoleWe are safe In following the prac tise bf men who have made a success s of the business with slight changes as conditions would demand I should buy tram one of the neIghbors if his Bh6enj were healthy and iquited me If I had very little money would buy few at first A beginner once bought five ewes ceiling The cows stand back to bacK but this may be reversed If desired The entire floors gutters and mangers are formed of cemfent The walls and ceilings receive Wo coats of Portland cement both ext riot and interior The mangers are arranged to be flood ed when waterIng the stock and the floor has drain traps at convenient points for draining away the wash water with an ordinary onefnch hose The entire barn Including the walls and ceiling may be washed Sown In a short time The gutters Have four inch drain tile leading to manure pits The silos are of cement as is the foundation The roof is covered with manufactured roofing and all exposed woodwork receives two or three coats of best paint- edF and litter carriers are installed andreach all parts of the barn The walls have ventilating ducts or shafts between the studding at proper dis tances leading to vent stacks in the roof The studdlngs are 2x6 inch and the ventilators are built between same The stucco or cement finish for the exterior walls compares favorably with the wood construction where sand is not too expensive and It requires rio paint no repairs is warm in winter and cool in summer It will last practically forever Therhadput them in a field adjacent to a box stall where he fed them some oats during the winter bestiamblars half the cost of the flock Four buck lambs sold to the butcher tor 15 The three ewe lambs were kept to In crease the flock The next season the eight ewes with 13 lambs following were sold Immediately after shearing f r55 A cleat profit of course counting wool and manure to balancekeep of the flock The great secret of this success was care This is only one of the many ex ampler of just such kind of that can be done when the man Is d termined ito do the business Capacity of Milk Bottles Tie capacity of milk bottles li something which at the present time s occupying the attention of the city sealer In all the large cities In graduating thousands of bottles recently all bottles that were found one or more drams under capacity were marked so much short and all bottles running over In capacity were marked O jK which would leave the con sumer to believe that none were over capacity and that they were bein wronged by short measure In fact the consuming public were getting mll1moretlumdicate Pitfalls in Poultry Business There are many pitfalls in the try buslnesrjqst as there are In th mercantile world and we must at all times be prepared to guard against them Begin in a modest way and by degrees grow ATTRACTIVE GUERNSEY BULL The attmctlve Guernsey bull Guernsey characteristics Bays Orange pictured It Milford Lassy 2us JJudd Farmer The Grove farm Quern owned bj Grove farm in lI hereI seys attracted much attention tithe This young Guernsey bull La on exhibit during aU recentr tho bodyoff good length and seaso f b j s 6 WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCuredbyLydiaRPiflk hamsVegetableCpmpound Elwood IndYour remedies have cured me I have only taken six bottles of Lydia E Pinkhamsyegetar- Ir il Iit rf was sick three months and could not walk I suf feted all the time E+ The doctdre said I i get well operatihard 1 y stand the f pams in ray sides especially my right one and down mr begantoone bottle of Compound but kept on soonMrsSADIEwood Ind- Why will women take chances with sicklyhalfhearted fourths of the joy of living when they IrVeFor thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail inflammationulceration indigestionIf you have the slightest doubt VegetableLynnMasswill be absolutely ConftdentWaand the advice free Too many sermons deal out sugar when the world needs moral sand PERRY DAVIS PAINKILLER stralLTakenlntornallylTod subsUtutos 25c tSc and jIt a man would be himself he must qease to think of himself Worn to a Frazzle When President Roosevelt popularized the word frazzle he reminded lots of women of the only expression that tells how they feel after the work of washday or housecleaningwithcomL EasyeTask soap the hard white pure quickaction soapcuts the work square In two and keeps women from getting frazzled out- Rather Personal Tallmati Only a fool makes the rime sort of mistake the second time ShortmanDo you mead to insinuate that I am a fool TallmanCertainly not ShortmanWell I didnjt know Ive been married twice Made His Reputation Harker That fellow Bilkins Is ani enthusiast isnt hexParkerThats what You know aeHarkerYes Parker Well the only th ng ha ever did In that line was to go on a wild goose chase three years ago Good Work Proceeds Slowly At the present rate of increase near ly fortyfive years must elapse before sufficient hospital accommodations to provide for all the indigent consump fives in the United States will be provided declares the National Associa ties for the Study and Prevention ot Tuberculosis Although over 7009 camPagwere established last year there are fully 300000 indigent consumptives who ought to be placed in such institutions and a total of only 22720 beds in the entire country On May 1 1909 there were 15244 beds for consumptives and 294 institutions The annual clationean and 7600 beds Y A Taste A Smile And satisfaction to the last mouthful Post ToastiesTheres package A trial win show the fascinating flavour Served right fr Its the pack age with cream or milk and sometimes fruitfreshor stewed TheMemorYLingers Pkgs IOe and ISc Sold by Grocers Postum Cereal Co Lie Michal M1 ili1 ROUND ABOUT odor THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY m PLAN REUNION Gathering to Be at Parks Hill Near Carlisle and Many Veterans Are Expected to Attend Carlisle Ky Preliminary arrange ments for the next annual reunion of Gen John H Morgans men are being made and an effort will be made to have the coming reunion largely attended by confederate veterans The meeting this year will be held at Parks Hill Chautauqua grounds at Parks Hill this county August Ifi and The officers who have charge of the VDukedent J W Bowles of Louisville sec cud vice president Judge M C Sauf alesof Stanford third vice president secretaryof Carlisle chaplain Dr E X Guer rant of Wilmore commissary Lev P Young of Lexington FRANKFORT HAS GOOD CHANCE May Be Selected to Entertain Gov ernors Conference Frankfort KyThe question of the tithe and place for holding the next t statesofHadley of Missouri and Gov Ansel of South Carolina who with Gov Will son are the committee to arrange for the meeting will hold a conference in Frankfort on June 20 to determine the whole matter Gov Willson has received notice AnSetJune 19 for the meeting on June 20 Frankfort has decidedly the best chance pf any city to get the confer ence and it is regarded now as prob able that the three governors will se placeaDecember as the time for holding the conference WILL MEET AT MT STERLING Millersburg KyThe first annual assembly of the Kentucky Conference e MtSterlingDr J A Burrow of Abington va will have charge of the evangelistic c work of the assembly Dr F S Parker of Nashville Tenn recently elected by the general con ference to have charge of the Epworth League work and exhibits will mak several addresses G C White of Nashville Tenn will have charge of the missionary educa rtlonal work and exhibits He has been connected for several years with the educational department of the Young Peoples Missionary Movement of the United States and CanadaILONG AEROPLANE FLIGHT Louisville KyIt was announced by a Louisville newspaper that a con tract has been closed with Horace B Wild a Chicago aviator for a flight in his Montgomery aeroplane from Chicago to Louisville Wild is tore eive a sum not stated for the trip which is to be made with not more than four stops for fuel replenishment within 36 hours and to be completed before June 18 when a two days avia tion meet begins in Louisville at which Glenn H Curtiss Charles K Hamilton C J Mars H B Wild and Carl Bates are scheduled for flights MAY BE IN EUROPE Louisville KgBelieving that Jo otStsuspicion points as the murderer of Alma Kellner has left the United States the state department at Wash ington which was appealed to by th police through Congressman Shetl of this city to assist in the search for Wendling has assured Congressman Sherley that it would forward a de ofthepossible An accurate description ef Wendling will be forwarded the de partment at once LexingtonIn an address here before Group Seven of the Kentuck Bankers association Henry Clew the New York banker made a vigorous attack on socialism In defense of individual effort Buckner Wodford cashier of the Bourbon bank Paris was elected president and Lon Rogers of Lexington secretary INTERESTING ADDRESS MADE Jvlcholasville KyA number of in teresting addresses were made at the session of the Womans Foreign Mis r sionary society of the Southern Meth oust church Miss Myrtle Barker of the Scarrltt Bible Training school of Kansas City made a talk while Dr Clarence Reed of China spoke both at the morning and evening service The mission study discussion in its several departments was led by Mrs TiV P Garnett of Winchester Mrs Herman Bowman of Versailles and Mrs Arthur Best of Millersburg rJ y I KENTUCKYS EIGHT STATE CAPITOLS a 1792 First Capitol temporary rude log house in Lexington 1793Second Capitol tempot rary large frame house in Lower Frankfort 1794Third Capitol first per mane t three story structure lle strove by fire November 251813r s 1814Fourth Capitol tempo rary rented quarters used for state ofilces f 1816Fifth Capitol second per- manentv twostory brick with two x detached wings costing 400010 Destroyed by fire November 4 3824 Red Brick buildings now standing part of this structure 1825Sixth Capitol temporary seminary building meeting house and Methodist church I rented for governmental quarters 1829 Seventh capitol third permanent historic old structure c just abandoned for New Ken tucky Homea1909 Eighth Capitol fourth permanent magnificent structure now occupied by all lo art tents t of state government CAN PASS ORDINANCES pity Councils However Must Not Conflict with General Laws Frankfort Ky Under tlie provi ions of Section 3637 of the Kentucky statutes councils of fifth and sixth class cities have the authority to pass ordinances not in conflict with the general laws This decision was made by the court of appeals in the rise of the commonwealth against the Illinois Central railroad afllrmiag the judgment of the Ballard circuit court The railroad company had teen indicted for obstructing the streets in WIckliffe by building a track across them but the railroad company claimed that the track had been constructed tinder an ordinance and the case tested the right of the city council to pass such an ordinance Fifth and sixth class cities were left out of the general statutes enacted under Section 356 of the constitution TOBACCO BEDS LIFELESS Louisville TCyThe lowest temper ature ever recorded here during the month of June was reached with the mercury at the weather bureau regis tering 43 degrees The weather bu reau had reports of frosts from Shel byville Ky and Madison Ind To bacco growers over the state report that the plant beds are absolutely lifeless and replanting is retarded to an alarming extent According to country reports the crop will be serl ously reduced Other plants such as tomatoes have shown no growth and there is no estimating the damage to Kentucky from the unusually cold spring weather eBRIEF KENTUCKY TELEGRAMS Hopkinsville Lieut Col Bassett soldiersIallegedIattempted some nights ago came here having in charge B Malone alias J whorandIDecemfHe dersOllon motion of Commonweal hs Attorney S V Dixon three indictments against T S Anderson form r Owensboro banker charging accepting deposits when he knew hi bank was defunct embezzlement ar maKihg false entries were dismissed on n otion from States Attorney Ben Ring and County Attorney Finn of Davi ss county that the citizens were satis ed With sentence of S months given Anderson He pkinsville The anniversary oJ the firth of Jefferson Davis was fit tingly celebrated at the birthplace at Fair riew which Is to be converted into a memorial park Col Bennett You g of Louisville Capt W 1 Ston of Maysvillc and other promi nent ex exconfederates made addresses nihYt onna case was continued to the Septanibei defendantYv bonds Lexington James B Haggin hat ordered the erection of 50 fiveroo- houses on Elmendorf farm to house eelYmasm moth plan- tColhgtonThe Lovell Bufllngton Tobacco Co has been awarded th contract for 2OQO pounds of tobaccc for the charitable institutions of Ken tucky Louisville The Louisville Nas vijle Railroad Co has granted a 6 pe cent increase in wages to its 350C employes in this city effective at once It is understood that the company employes at Decatur Ala also will be included in the raise Harrodsburg lySleepy Hollow one of the oldest residences in Mercei county and a historic landmark was de strayed by fire The house was bull early in the nineteenth century b James Cardwell a son of Maj Card well an early settler of this sectio In the pioneer days the house was thi sceneQtmUGhgayety anti hosnlality GoATs ASSIST V RAILROAD y vv V I4r tN oFTi5f2f7DFRS A lYCwaflDad Union Pacific railroad has a neWuse for bl1iy THE and every day at half a stock feeding stations the line of the big railroad system solemn goats with long white beards act the part of Judas luring unsuspecting sheep to their doom Little did the grave members of the Interstate Commerce commis sion think when they made a ruling that live stock en route from the great western ranges to the packing houses along the Missouri river should not be kept aboard railroad trains for more than 28 consecutive hours but that at the expiration of that period the animals should be taken from the cars and given water and provender that the ruling would be responsible for the creation of a band of goats trained to ingratiate themselves into the confidence of innocent little lambs matronly ewes and stately rams and bring these down to their death But such Is the case And the Union Pacific railroad has a fiock of goats each individual member of which tqelinesa dozen men could do in twice the time When the 28hour law went Into effect the Union Pacific railroad found It necessary to build big feeding yards at numerous points along its UnaIn fact these yards were Installed about every 25 miles from end to end of the big system During the shipping sea son that railroad brings hundreds of thousands of sheep from the great ranges of Wyoming Colorado Utah Idaho Oregon Montana California and the southwestern states to the packing houses at Omaha Under the new law it was necessary that these sheep be unloaded fed and watered and then reloaded every 28 hours attemptadifficult the task is especially to get the animals headed in the right dlrec tion As timid as a sheep is a proverb and its truth Is proven everyday and every hour wherever sheep are handled If the sheep are in the stock cars It 1s a big job to get them out Efforts of the attendants to get them to leave the cars usually result in the whole bunch crowding up in one end and refusing to go out the door Sometimes it was even necessary that each indi v dual sheep be actually lifted up and taken from the car And sometimes this 28hour limit expired in the dead of night when the sheep were all lying asleep on the floor of the car At such times it was almost impossible to unload except by the hand method At times halt an hour was consumed in unloading a sin gle car weInfeted came the reloading and agai there with trouble almost as much as when unloading The railroad found it necessary to maintain a large fore of men at founed 0 spend hours and hours loading and unloading a train This cost money nho 1stood the United States courts ready to faflict a 100 fine every time a car of sheep was not fed and watered d every 28 hours Employing the men was cheaper than fines His Phlloscphy Hank Stubbs Ambition aint hard ly wuth while vBilge Miller Why DotrHank Stubbs Waal ef you are be zeenp so lltl you t ahead youre liable to git tellerr coped One day a stockman who hadcome into South Omaha with a I train o sheep dropped in at Union Pacifi- headquarters to see General Superin tendent W L Park on business and In the course of his Conversation began telling of the trip down from Idaho He had had ilots of trouble loading and unloading he said unti- he reached North Platte Neb thingfnboyhasAnd that billy goat alas learned to chew tobacco to load our jsheep plug of tobacco In his hand and started Billy started after the tobacco The kid walked through the dheep and old Billy followed him And blamed If all those sheep didnt walk right after that old goat They thought he was one of them and a sheep will follow1 where YOU1know leaps The boy walked intone of the cars Billy was right be hind him and sheep W re simply fall ing over themselves to get in The boys and Billy remained near the door and when the car wis filled with sheep they got out and the door yr closedThat frecklefaced kid and that billy goat did in five minutes a8c half a dozen men could not have in ten The stockman saw on y a funny currence in the work ol the goat bit Park saw the a big prob lemTwo solutionfr hours n train carrying the general superintendent left the Omaha yards its destination being North Plattte On rriving there the boy proudly made show oft Within a month everfeeding station on the Union Paci c system was equipped with a couple of billy goats and their training was begun Today when a long line of stock cars each filled with sleep draws up at a feeding yard one jof these goats is sent up the chutes arid into the car among the sheep He jquickly makes the acquaintance of thel arrived animals and then calmlywalks out the door True to the idea of following a leader the sheep fall Id line and march out behind old Bill This action is repeated until all the cars are emptiedand then Bill gets his reward a chew of tobacco The goats have learned to chew tobacco from the train min who pet and tease them whenever they have the opportunity and the chew is usu ally given them as a reward whet their task of unloading a train of sheep Iscompleted The railroad com pony makes a regular allowance to pay for tobacco for these goats When ready to reload the goats are again sent among the sheep with whom they frolic a few minutes ant then they start for the cars follows by the sheep When all cars are load ed the goats receive another chew of tobacco The feeding yards are all equipped with electric lights sojtbat cars ma be loaded and unloaded at night thu saving much time And when a trot arrives at night especially are the goats necessary 4t times the enter theecars where the sheep are ing on the floor and butt the sleepin- animals around until they are thor leanthem out into the feed fig pens These goats are gr at favorites of the railroad men and seem to know every brakeman and rain employee on their division But not a single one of the railroaders lis more nets s sary to the economical operation of 1the line than is one oi the Bills and none of them do more work for their salaries than the goat for their feed and tobacco The facility of the goat for this work has forig been known at the racking houses where they are itlllzed to lead animas to slaughter An Independent Spirit This earth gets a chance to sea Hall ears1TeILstrong on local pride hwe arent get ting any of the worst df It Thats as often as Hnlleys comet gets a chanor to see trio earth GNST CAUSES PELLAGRA Committee ore Disease in Europe Says Corn Is Not to Blame London May HDr Sambon a member of the Field committee which has been investigating the disease pellagra telegraphs from Rome that the committee has definitely proved that maize for Indian corn Is not the cause of pellagra The committee finds that the para sitic conveyor of the disease is the bitinggnatAt the Bovine Faucets I sent my little boy on his firstvislt to the country last week said a Wash ington Heights milk dealer Although my boyhood was passed on the old farm Willie has grown to the age of eight in the city He had been watch ing Uncle Hezekiah milk the cow on his first evening and when he returned to the house his unt asked him V Is Uncle Hezzie through milking yet Willie r Not yet answered Willie He hasfinished two faucets and has just begun on the other two You Like Pictures One of the most marvelous inven lions is that of reproducing in the actual colors the masterpieces of the greatest artists of all time Another of the greatest inventfons of the past half century is Easy Task soap the soap that cuts laundry labor in half an does the washing better than any er Twentyfive Easy Task soap wrap brincg a tiful picture free ready for framing Jimmys Definition What is geography asked the father who was testing his sons prog 1ress in stud Geography replied little Jimmy Jiggsis what you put inside your trousers when you think you are going to get a whipping Sunday Magazine of Los Angeles Times For Any Disease or Injury to absolutelydruggists or Howard Bras Buffalo N Y The grandeur of life may como through its combats but its sweetness comes through the cheery portal of contentRobert Cqllyer Mrs WInslow Soothing Syrup Forchlldrenteethlngeofknethogums reduces In nammauondllaypalncnreewindcouc JScabotU When a man dries up like a mummy he usually thinks he is a saint DODDS KIDNEY PILLS J tt mGtltll FR EE Free of Send Paxtine Package postal for Better and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOR All TOILET USES l iTOILET ANTISEPTIC Gives one a sweet breath dean itegermfree teeth antiseptically clean mouth and throatpurifies the breath after imokingdupelaaUditagreeabley preciated by dainty women A quick remedy for sore eyes and catarrh A little Psitine powder disolved ma glary of hot water makes a delightful aaluepfc ICo lution possessing extraordinary Icleansing gemiodal aad h ing power and absolutely Laid leaf Try a Sample 50c a large box at cJruaijor by maiL THE PAXTON TOILET CO BOSTON MASS wtUredJco1nf1amedswoUcnJo1n c Cure BollaFistula or any unhealthy sore nots13nABCORBINE JU1or mari HcducesyTewenefltrsinentvisesy refergbyIrxw qnJclcestItKvery womw buys on sight Experience unneces todayT rk0ty it fPyt YODKJDEAS They mar bring 1Ob7ttl soroctosuaa affected with Thompson Eye Water ItSS M SwSE Fi t HERPEStw ERUPTIONSw t iProduL- ibbys Cooked Corned tfrTheres a marked distinction between LilA s Ctekei Ctra 4 Beef and ven the best inafs sold in bulk Evenly and mildly cured and scientifically cooked in Lays GreatWJ Kiltiei all the natural flavor of the fresh prime beef is retained It is pure wholesome delicious and it is ready to serve at meal time Saves work and worry in summer Other Libby Healthful MeafrfimeHints all ready to serve are dPearess Dried Beeftvieltstt seat Leaf- Evaporated Milk Baked Beans Chow Ctar Mixed Pickles Purity goes hand in hand with the Libby Brand Insist on IAby at your grocers libb7 RcNeilI LihbyGicate WETERNCAIAD1 aIItwistWeteretOasada WeedtparpceYourproTe factor than year d farmers win doe the i r begrowsttrailwrlart e W tcmatlonal bolQc pftuPrtj Your recant tend be taken at a rob coacept1people In UH United wanthomes10000 mcaitss-willenterandmalcethclckonea in We torn Canada tttta year 1909 produced mother larr a crop of wheat oats sad barley In addition to which the cattleexport was an InuneHte itemraising dairying sledfarming and growl lathe t provinces ofManltob fcukat AlbertaFreeBometea lpreesro ulclbymiUioHLAdaptable eH mate splendid school ass radiwaysForliterature Last JBe8tWet how parIoOatawwMH WILLIAMS Law BsltdlBf Ttt4t Qfcto Use aaflreaa neamt yowl an Nothing Too Good fdr you Thats why we want you to take CASCARETS for liveriracl bowels Its not advertising talk but merit the great wonderful lasting merit of CASCAR TS that want you to know by trial Then oull have faithr and join the mil lions who keep well by CASCA RETS alone 915 eektreatmentis the world Milhoa koxe isoatk WHEELS IandIUOI iSCHEU 4tllHrf HirtaMraf Solid Shavfeg Coofert NO STROPPING NO HOMING TFt6 HAIR sad Promos ft Kerer Pans Hair to isa IiOGaad IFINE RESINOL IK SCALDSOECZEMA Z POfSONJVYI Nrescribedbyleadinephysidansthrouihouttimtior en per r = w RESDSOL CAL COMPiiNY BALTIMORE MD lam glad to say that Rcsinol OImaent4as completely cured me oft AJi e i QtlrerP EEYESE 3ilEiEEEEiYEi ESZE9 534 EYS333ai i J 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 SCHOOL NOTES Examination for White teachers Friday and Saturday of This Week June 1718 The second examination for whiteo teachers will be held on fIrid y at iiday of this week forcolored teachers Dext week The examination will be gin promptly at 8 am and close at j m Paper will be furnished at cos to all applicants The Division Board of each education al division of the county will meet ti elect teachers on Saturday June 25 These boards will nieetat 2p m Alsa toapplications pteachstiunsithatpertainingI am giving his letter in full that all may be informed concerning it- Department of Education KyEllsworth State Superintendent Ny Dear Superintendent lam writing you this word of caution concerning the examinations for this year I am taking every precaution here to prevent the sale of questions And I aak you to do the same Guard the questions with all possible care and dreportall suspicious and I will send detect ives and do all that I can to make at jests and secure convictions Isuggest that you return to this of dice all questions with the seal unbroke examinitionsafeguardthePlease fill out the Examiners Oath and have both Jour Examiners do the same and mail to me on the first day of the examination It is necessary that the three copies of this oath be returned for each examination I suggest also that you administer the ath m to the applicants It is not sufficient to have thei dsignApplicants cannot take the examina papersforwarded pupilsinlcatedAll applicants for certificate must be eighteen years old before the examina tion is held If the applicant becomes eighteen afterward he should not be permitted to enter The County Superintendent should revoke the certificate of all who fail to attend the FULL SESSION of the Institute The law does not Say you may revoke feut it says you shall revoke AM teachers whether Principals or assistants who teach in a district or subdistrict more than one hundred pu pil children must employ two such teachers for the full term of sixmonths or cannot be apportioned theper- capit on more One Communicate these tacts to every division board in your county and have them at their June meeting determine finally in what subdistricts numbering more than one hundred pupil children firstclassteachersmake your report to n e by the first of July certifying whatsubdistricts meet the conditions on which they may be apportioned per capita on the excess over exact hundreds It is our inten rtion to investigate all cases of irreg u larity later in the year but we want this report before computing the per capita early in July Acquaint your graded school boards of trustees with the requirement that all their teachers must hold firstclass certificates trulyELLSWORTH Superintendent of Public Instruction tydministrativeselves of this order since there can be novariation from its mandate The County Teachers Institute will July4thnecessary for all who contemplate teach ing1 in the county to attend EVERY DAY of the session Also all persons holding certificates will be required to rigtheiraboveHeretoforpon the attendance at the Institute of persons who hold certificates and did not expect to teach but all will be i yearThe due teachers has been rect ived and is ready for dis Ttr butt n when all reports are in and found to be correct It necessary forI all teachers living in the county to to the office in person for the last pay ment in order to sign receipts I will endeavor to be in my etcIMondays Wednesdays and mattfrnliPJeasewhen Convenient to do so Very respectfully J W CountvSuperi BUSHI Mew Editor for David B Thurman proprietor and publisher of the Spencer Courier for some time past has sold the paper to J W Hill ornerly cashier of the Peo plej8Bankanq it will be hereafter is sued by the new management Saved From Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his lam ily was prevented is told by A D Me DINweaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her thatshe has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine Qver saw or heard ofr For coughs hemorrhageallbronchial adbyAc Public SaleOF Splendid Town Property ON SaturdayJune 25 1910 At 300 oclock p m es n tietLot situated on the East side of Main Cross St opposite the residence of W CI McChord in Springfield Kv This th prere inIwhlOsecure payment of same Possessioni ill be given September urchaserwill have benefit of rent from ate of sale The property may be een at anormationgned I IL ThurmanExecutor of the will of Martin Simpson srAaROWoI Tobacco n order of the day here fr the past week but all had to quit on account of scarcity of plants IW gCammack sold to Calyert Sheely 9c per poun11 J C Mitchell was in our midst one ay last week buying stock Wm Summit sold to Calvert Shee lyone cow for J150 R N Vowels sold to Calvert Shee lv two cows at 23c per lb The heavy rains of last week did con siderable damage to land and crops D A Yocum deputy sheriff of An derson county was in our midst last week hunting the boys for court 1Lewis Ashby of Louisville has re turned home after spending the last two weeks with relatives at this place N S Franklin and Dr W E Adams went to Louisville last week where the former expected to undergo an ppera tionft Thurman Sargracy wife and little daughter of Bloomfield spentlast Sun ay with Mrs Mary E Hahn JB Martin spent Saturday night and Sunday with E V Martin and fam ily at Bloomfield Mesdames A Cranfill and Chas Uter daylastOur village is on quite a boom as we have two stores three new houses a new schoolhouse anJ a mill Married On Sunday June5tnatthe residence of the brides parents Miss Nancy Blockson and Mr Estill Hardin prominent young people of this section They have a host of friends who wish them n long and happy life Quite a number ot our citizensare attending court at Lawrenceburg this week If you are not satisfied atter using accordingto directIOn tWbthirds of a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and yhackvigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trial and get well Sold by All Druggists DEEP CREEK GlOver Elliott bou2ht a horse from Claude Key price 125sIMIss Susie Elliott as r guests Thursday night BoyleYoung and sister Mrs May Young ot Boye coun ty SRevnights meeting last week at Beech Grove church with two additions Mrs MollIe Coyle is spending a week with her brother Charlie Pope near Lebanon acanoucrheiMr and Mrs Bin Coyle had as their Clarencere Martin and Mrs 1 S Coyle George Lewis Elliott of Simmsfown visited his brother WHElliott Sunday last inlthenearGeorge Elliott sold to Brisco Crane six pips for 35w Elliot Snd wife were pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Carper ter Friday night George Elliott and Grover Elliot Woodsie Elliott and John Elliott were all in Springfield on business Saturday Bllast Wants ToIlelp Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fer tile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats why he wants to help sonibone now Suffering so long him feels for all distressed from Backache Nervousness Loss of Appetite Lassi tude and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric Bitters work wonders for writesIand hearty Its also positively gua DYftPepsia1Blood HaydonNot Quite Young man inquired her fatherI sternly will you give her a home like the one she has been used to No replied the truthful suitor for there will beno grumpy father to come home and make every one miserable by kicking over trifles and matters in gen eral There will be no mother to scold her from morning to night for wasting tmemerely because she wants to be neat There will be no big brother to abuse her for not doing half of his work and no little brother to make enough noise todrive her crzy when her head aches There wont be any youn er sister to insist on reading home trashy novel while she does all the work She will not have with me a home like she has been used to not IfaI can help it l FOR BALD HEADS A Treatment That Costs Nothing If It Fails We want you to try three large bot s of Rexa t 93 Hair Tonic on our personal gu irantee that the trial will not cost voji a penny if it does not give you bsolut satisfaction T hatsoofjsf our faith in this remedy and it sliouM indisputably demonstrate that we know what we ate talking about en we say that Rexall 93 Hair will grow hair on bald heads ex Jlongare entirely dead the follicles closed d grown over and the scalp is glazed Remember we are basing our statements upon what has already been af comphshed by the use of Rexall 93 air Tonic and we have the right to sume that what it has done for thous ands of others it will do for you In anv event you cannot lose anything by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee Two sizes 50c and 100 Re JdiesThe Rexall Store The Leo HaydorT Drug Co A Beautiful Wedding weddingsthatny months was that Wednesday even ing of Miss Emma Moffett to Rev Rob ert J McMullen of Nashville Tenn The ceremony took place at the Second Presbyterian church which vas very prettily decorated for the occasion and was performed by the brides father Rev A S Moffett assisted by Rev L C McMullen of Wmona Miss father wereMissesgaret Turner of Statesville N C Kitty McMullen of Winona Miss Net tie J McMullen of Winpna Miss and M Paxton Moffett of this city while the groomsmen were the following e G ReyCC Crenshaw of Derniott Ark A APHiggins of Glasgow Kv C It of Hustopville and Ji Rockwell Smith of this city Following the cr mony a reception washeldat the hone of the bride atIwhich only outoftown guests present and at 10 olock Mr and Mrs McMullen left on a bridal trip of several weeks The bride is one frf Lebanons well known girls while the groom wio has just completed his ministerial course at Seminaryinand ability It is the intention of Mr and Mrs McMullen to become mission airies in the foreign field and aftei a few months they will gp to China where they will live VALLEY HILL Miss Minnie Dugan of Wobdlawn visited her grandmother Mrs S E PlIes of this place lst week a takingTpdIogicalnear has re- urned to his home at this place to pend his vacation James Harmon lost a valuable cow last week from effects of clover bloat S P Derringer and Kent Smith ot ThJridayJoshph the infant son ot Mr and Mrs Ed Kelly Jr s in precarious condition from effects ot whooping cough Louis Head has r turned to his home toKnoxvilteTennMiss Francis Settles of Maud visited GoatleylastdaJghterAnnieing cough Mr Hugh Goatley lost a valuable alf Monday from effects ot clover ib loat Iu H Free Sample For Babys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is restless in its sleep And since the basis workingI treemovementsem ns Importantwiths soundleepe k themergencytlqn Cathartics arcj too strong and salts tootrongevertriedbeenusing efffcllvethe child but there Is nothing better to be tasteyoutake It useeftthiswaywhen convinced of tts merits you can andoneofMras well as that of Mr A F Johnson of Inthatitselffconstipationnndtree sample of this remedy pleasedto totheTree of charge Explain your case in a detallForname and address on a postal card or doctorsddresswell building Mon lcello f S 2 0 J j Q o 0 OOOOOooQe eooc Jas B Gontlpv rjcenty lurch2sed from Emerson Barlow a Deiring Binder fr 41IThos keed and wife of near Booker w SjundayRev ul meeting at this place last week and has haveIa more Ruccf recentlybQughtjersey caw for 46 Mr and Mrs S K Bishop ot your t Sun1ayJamesment Exercises at St Catherines Tuesday C P Goatley of this m attack pf whooping COu im proving Placrhas L At Tatum of this has been ill is now improving Mrs W h Itt mvlon of guest of her mother nijia S ileswho is sick Mrs Donahue was last week buts dlyfa Maud last week to see the big tench which vs said to have been higher than it has been tor tWHnty yea s Tobacco setting has the main work of the farmers fcr week Wator Goatley and beef were in town ou business liev Wolfe delivered a mon at the Valley Hill school house and a large crowd was present IMrs WWRahtMHopkniyiHeKyiajrs I eDl and remedyII nonly oeoeoeoeopoeoeaeoaeo A1iAmiica sAre- NotDyspeptic m spite of the report to U contrary J Those who take our famous dyspep sia cure dont know what the old rouble means any tyore Make this yonr day of independence fom djs C pepsia by getting a bottle of our cure Then youll once more knov the joy of living LEO HAYDON c THE PRESCRIPTION STORE CI 1I ioo03iao0saooa c QaeaQ eQQeQeOQQQ HATE TO SPRUCE UP FOR THE fOURTH a little any way You dont want to vbeC fashioned tie or a behind the times 0 collar Come hue and get the new est styles as well as the best qual jibs Look at the shirts too J bile you are here They are as com I fortable as they are good looking c Grundy Mclntire JOoeOeoeoeonoooeooC Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure 0Webelityeall business transactions and financially madebMarvinWholesale 0 internalvmucous surfaces of the system Testi bottleTake Halls Family Pills for constipa tion Springfield BandIBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS I A Sptcialfy If Satisfaction Prompt Service Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultryremedyon absolute certainty to cure and prevent RonpLltnbcrncck of poultry diseases A tow drops in the drinking water keeps fowls healthy and FortheBourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL years oi new and IIraisedRemedy COItLcmiCtoaAt All Leading Dru alteoo per Bottle Trial Vial FreeI Ior ale by TiAfUOH ft HOBtRTSON Druggists RURAL TELEPHONES f MR FARMRMake your home as modern for your positiontobe accomplished iby means pt our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small com pared with received Call or address our near eL office or writ direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn afor information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rate If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the StatesIof Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana southern portion iof Indiana and CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Iincorporated oooooooooooo ooooocoocooooooooooooooooooooooo 8 oREq BIRD 1956h Everybody knoiws this grand old horse by a son and out of a daughter of another son of Cabells Lexington No better breeding in the no better breeder in Kentucky than this oldhorse When its too late you will be sorry you didnt breed- I hirnHe will serve only 20 mares I 30 to Insure a Living Colt RED BIRD JrI A very handsome Brown horse 16 hands high and can do just a little more than nybodys horse about here either in harness or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is 1 GeorgeWilkeH15 to Insure a LIving Colt JackofDisnJondsA Grand Young Jack at 1 0 His book is full but come and see him you may want to breed to him another year He is by Kings Giant and his first dam is by son of Brignoha and his second dam is by old Napoleon The above hordes and jack will make the season of 1910 at I H Thurmans fUrni onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed t3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYITHURMAN PETERS rIOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOCXXXXOOOOOrxX OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX3OOOOOO Bi CIVILIZED t rJLt 1c Illze life ofngmvel tortllJ edJrcrna7 Stationery Toajfee r7r6fhe1io f 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