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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I ji+ mbt rinfcth uhtp j1 2 i 4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON I VOLUME VI i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY YJUIE 22 19 0NIMtUq i IPROTRACTED ILLNESS Wi Results in Death of Mrs R Wathenfuneral Tomorrow At SL Dominic Church Many friends and relatives in this community are mourning the death of Mrs R W Wathen which occurred yesterday at the home of her husband Mrs Wathen had for sometime past been agreat sufferer from a compiica Lion of diseases and while it had long been known that Iher death wasbut aI Iquestion of a short time the grief of- those who knew her was no less poignantMrs Wathen was born August 23 1862 and before her marriage October 2 1888 was a Miss McAtee member of the weJl known famIly ot that name of this county To her and Mr Wathen two children J B and Virginia borh The deceased IS also wereI the following brothers and sisters Bettie Logsdon of St Marys Mrs Theresa Hagan of this place Miss Ella McAtee of Cincinnati Mr Geo Mc Atee of Cincinnati Mr Felix McAtee of St Paul Kan and Mr JasMcAtee of Lebanon The funeral services wilt be conducted at St Dommlcs church tomorrow Thursday morning at 9 oclock 8rOwnWeils- I Miss Veola Brown of thIs place and Mr Nick Wells ot Taylorsville were quietly married in the of Rev T M Hawes in Louisville last Thursday evening at 830 oClock The ceremony was witnessed by only a few near 4 friends and Telatives and there were no attendants The bride is one of the be t known and greatly loved of the young of Springfield and is a daughter of the late E H Brown Mr Wells is a young business man of Tay lorsville where he and his bride will make their home- Trip to Washington t Editor Fay of Lyons la has been called to Washington City because his I ubscrpton list is not as well paid as the law requires He will have upI explain to government officials why has not compelled his subscribers to pay up according to postal rules An inspector had visited him two months previously and his subscription list was said to be pretty thoroughly paId up but evidently it was not sufficiently so It seems a little tough that a newspaper owner has to be hauled up before the government on the charge of having violated federal laws just because hee does not eternally keep dunning his imbscnbers for the small sums they owe on subscriptions but it is like the end of tie worldno man knows when- it cometh and no editor knows what day an inspector may pop in and ask to see the lists- Lightning Strikes House r The electrical storm of Sunday night damaged the residence of Mr J P Willett on Grundy Averie toa con siderable extent and paused the entire family to sustain qt4e a scare The lisrhtning tore off the op of one of the chImneys tore a mantel loose from the wall dashed the fender away from the fire place and played other capers which only the mad arid wised Creaks of light fling can play Every member of the family sustained a shock but none was seriously hurt New Laws ILaws passed by the last Legislature are now in effect and complications may ensue All aCts passed by the Legislature at its last session became laws at midnight Tuesday so far as they do not conflict with constitutional provi1 toIIJar circuit judges to act where a jUdge is ill or disqualified Gov Willson IS required under the new law to designate a regular judge who shall act in the place otdisqualified officials To find regular judges who are not holding court at the time a vacancy occurs is what is puzzling the Governor Another new law is that which provides that hereafter jUries shall pass only on tht guilt or innocence of the accused and- shall not fix the time of punishment neither is this fixed by the judge He sentences the prisoner to the pen for a term running the least and greatest term allowed by law The prisoner may be paroled after serving the least term and if he is not p roedhe will serve the longest term allowed by law There is a question as to whether this law applies to the trial of prisoners for a whetherjIt Wants To help Some OneI For thirty years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find It Thats why he wants to help some one now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distressed from Backache Nervousness Loss of Appetite Lassi tude and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric Hitters work wonders for shce troubles Faye bottles he writes wholly cured me and nowl am well and hearty Its also PosItively gua rante d for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia rd Fe ale HayIdon For The Comfort Of The Horsej JiThe above illustration shows tow horses may have sound IIshoulders and necks even when doing the heaviest work INo prEssure on the upper and lower points of the bone conse quently no sores sweenies or collar boils All the pressure is placed Ion the thick muscular portion of the shoulderwhere nature intended Pressure applied at any other place is an injury to the horse There Ihave theprinciple on which the collar IS 1uiLt Pressure applied Iyou proper place andm the propermanner ICall andlet me show you and explain how and why IIt protects your horses II Ceo J Beernann Ii ISPRINGFIELD KY OLD RUBE the faithful old horse at the depot will show you his Iappreciation of this collar I1t MMt fIRE DESTROYS STORE HOUSE Johnson Co of Pulliam Are heavy Losers in Early Morning hire About daybreak yesterday morning the general store of Johnson Co at Pulliam in the Northern Part of this county was destroyed by fire The flames spread so rapidly that not only the large store house and furniture wareroom were destroyed but their entire contents as well The resi dence of Mr Johnson which IS sit uated nerrby was saved The entire loss suffered by the firm will amount to 16OgO with 6000 insurance The loss will also be greatly felt by the com munity as the store supplied the wants of the people for miles around SYMPSON WILL SUSTAINED JurvBrings diet After Deliberating About One Hour onlyilboutwill case brought in a verdict sustaining the will of the late JDhn A Sympson Two of the jurors voted to break the wilt The caSe was galled Monday June 6 and the verdict lreturned by the jury Thursday afternoon June 16 nine days being occupied in the trial Prob ably fifty or seventy five witnesses were introduced to show the soundness or unsoundness of the tegtators mind Able and eloquent arJturpeats were made by Attorneys Halstead Barlow- andjLewis for thee contestants and by Attorneys MeChord Kelly d Mayes for the propounders A mo ion for a new trial was made by the ntestants but was overruled by thE t and an appeal will probably be taken to the Court of AppealsI Good News if True A firm in England has opened up large laboratories for the purpose of raising millions of billions of bacteria for use in the dairies of the world The manager of the new company preservauveof scientific research Its object is to fight other microbes that are found m butter which have a harmful effect upon itthat for turning it rancid The only way of fighting these germshas hitherto been by the use of preservative chemi cats which are harmful adulterants But now the firm has succeeded in finding an antidote germ to the harm ful one and by introducing it into the i milk before churning buttea is made which will keep fresh and pure for long time The inoculation ot the milk has the effect broadly speaking of setting up a fight between the opposing armies of good germs and bad one The microbes are sold in the form of a clear liquid in small bottles which IS added to buttermilk and put into the creamWhen the preparation is ready one gallon of It is added to every twenty gallons f cream in the churn the rest ot the utter making process proceed ing in t e usual way The rites Qf the cultures used in these Processes vary from 75 cents to 250 a bottle The cultures are equal ly effective in margarine usinfImoneybackvi orate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trial and get well Sold by All Druggists The lamb Trade Lambs have supplanted hogs on the bOardsof soaring prices at the Bourbon stock yards For several months nearly every day brought a new high record price for hogs until the 12 mark was nearly reached and are doing some as flashy aViation stunts as hogs ever did A fancy carload of ewe and otherlambs brought 976 at the Bourbon stock yards today and the general run of goon lambs brought 960 the latter price being an advance of tO percent ever yesterday These and record hig h prices for lambs at this season of the yeear The general marketwas 10 cents ht her than yesterday Second grad lambs brought fronx7 to750and ftsheep from 5 to 662 Receipts for the day were 5200 head makinc- t6780 head for the week While receipts are picking tip at a good rate they are still behind last year and are not insufficient numbers to satisfy the FridayiGreen County Must Pay C 10 Railroad Bonds In the Unit States court at Louis ville Monday Judge Evans granted a mandamus corn mandiQg thebounty Judge and Magistrates composing the Fiscal court Greenecounty to assemble and levy a sufficient t to pay the judgments of Mary Allis Quinn and Charley Murphy and others the first for about 100000 and the second for about 150000 and to certify the levy for collection td the Collector of County Revenues The suits for mandamus are based upon jUfgments against tqe county rendered by the Federal court affirmed by the United States Court of Appeal s and the Supreme Court of the United States The controversy arises ou of bonds issued by Green county to aid the construction of the Cumberland and OhIo Railroad through Green and adjacent counties about the year 1870 Begins Sentence Sheriff Sam J Anderson took Jo Reed the negro convicted of killin Jack Kimberlin to Frankfort on Friday to begin serving the five year sentenc which was given him by the Jury whic tried him last March After Reed conviction his attorneys Mesrs W McCherd and J W Lewis took the case to the Court of Appeals but the lower court waS sustained They then aed4or a neivhearingJg were over ruled They are now discussing the ad viSIbility ot taking an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States A Good Play The Dramatic Club from St Marys College presented the threeact com edvThe College Toastmaster at the Opera House last Thursday nIght to a weUfiUedand appreciative house The cast is composQ eXclusIvely of students from St MarYa who acted theIr parts most acceptably Aoneac t farce Blind Beggars yas greatly enjoyed by the audience as were the specialties particularly the vIolin solo Qf Prof Wuerth School Notes The White Teachers Institute has been postponed until some time in August The Colored Teachers Institute willlbe held jointly with Marion lor Green and Washington Tayt Campbellsville beginning July 4th continuing five days All persons hold ng certificates will be obliged toattendIthese institutes or forfeit teachin the county this year School may be contracteq for tobp gin on or after July 5th not before that time JW BUSH County Superintendent HARDESTY Mr Solomon wife and children of Hillabro spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr and Mrs H p Cneser Rev Henes who conducted a weeks meeting at Hardesty school hause left Monday for Cardwell where he will have a meeting MrJ A Gray spent Thursday with Mrs J R Gray Mr and Mrs R H Hardin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Evan Sales of Mackville- J H Gray recently purchased a calf of Jim Hardin at 2L50 Mr Walter Lewis wife and little son A Bspent Sunday withthe lat ters parent Mrs Molly Williams Master Thbo Crow spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Messrs Grays Miss Edith Trent is spending the week with her sister Mrs Evan Crow Mrs Fannie Hardesty is visiting her daughter Mrs Molly Williams Banks On Sure Thing Now Ill never be without Dr Kiugs New LIfe Pills again writes A Schingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cur ed me of chronic constipato when all others failed Unequaled f r BIlious ness Jaundice Indigestion eauache ChIlls Malaria and Debility 25c at Jlaydon Robertson PER CENT CLAUSE WOULD BIND GROW t ERS HANDAND FOOTfx In Cotnmunicatiotn Executive Committee of BurleyTobaccoSoc etY Shows ho f Such a Provision Would Work De struction of tha Movement i OpinjonsoC Lawyers Give It 1 t HeadqU art rs Burley Tobacco socIety t Lexington Kentucky J i t Dear Sirt i Some persopswho desire the ruin and destruction of the4Burle Tobacco Society and who would in accomplishing their purpose deliver the Tobacco h growers bound hand and foot into the power of the Tobacco Trustti newspapers and on the stump demanding that a 76 per cent Clause be iasette- in the pledge s ffiSince there be honest menwhomay honestlYbelieve that such 3j clause should be in the pledge we take thIs means of telling you why thosewh have tdIdt The first pledge contained a per cent clause and We learned by experience l that tere is danger In such a clause t When we took legal steps against meh who broke their pledges some law yens who could make the worse cause aOar the better would take the nfl that we did not have the required per tenIna community where officers of the law and public sentiment were in favor of pooling the verdict would be for ethe SocIety In communities where the officers of the law and public ienthtwere against pooling the verdict would be for ttte man who broke his pledge ernha per scent clause in subsequent contracts f lWe include in this circular a letter from Col John R Allen giving his opin ion on this subject lhe General Assembly has passed all the laws necessary to Protecfou Sa- cietS i itweuze commo Y Ben D the gjjiriifexpe fe1 a tiet tPut i p i clause in the 1910 pledge would open a gap through which contractt breakera could escape A pe entclauselnthe1COf1t tWuldt ii1Ym ake7s ark ortheTrst iti shoot at If we inserted a 75 per cent clause the Tmstwo Id onlyhaTe jtbuy up 26 per cent and thus make any pool impossible Having bought tho smallest fraction over onefourth of the crop at good prices the Trust would eable to control the remai der of the crop for anything it was pleased The way to get 76 peJ cent pledgedis to Jt afterlt and not to topaYi j and energy in a wrangle liiiouEa ThelIonly reason that we hnvenot 75 per cent or 85 per cent in the 1909 pool is that selfish or sh 2sus during the last pooling season and confused and misled thepeople Donbb miSled thIs time Extending the time of declaring the pool to Nov 1st gives twobordstheJ opportunity to pass on it The old board has the right to der are the ooff prior to Oct 1st If in their judgment they deem it best The ne board elect= ed about Oct 1st and representing the will of those who have just elected them will have the right to declare the Pool off on or before November 1st I Recently we mailed you a 4page sheet containing a full discussIon of the matters of difference between the Society and those who seek our ruinwere- arnestly r hope that you wIll take time to read all that is in those four pages sa also the contents ofa second sheet whIch we shall send you in a tew daY8 It IS the fault to work too much and to read rid think too little It is just as cessary to maintain an organization to sell your tobacco at a goodd pnCea J to grow it Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIET l r rii BarleyTob L for the 1910 pool and why such a clause should not be embodied AccompanyJ- ing this communication is a letter from Col John R Allen written March 5 ta k which is stated th opinion ofAttrneys for the Society The letter foll wsJ Letter from Col John R Allen- Lexington rI Ky March51910 Executive Board Burley Tobacco Society CityF Gentlemen ffMr Pendleton and myself have gone over tne draft of thepledgefor thex year 1910 anfLreturn the same with ertain amendments andd changes whic we suggested and which Are noted thereon r We have heretofore advised the Board very strongly not to embodY int tpledge for 1910 any guarantee of the percentage of tobacco to be pooled or any number of acres to be pooled before the pool becomes effective anctwe are glad to know aftEr talking with the Board that the majority of the Board agrees with us in thIs opinion i Our experience with litigation grovting Out of suits against dumpers is that I a guaranty of a certain percentage of the acreage or a guaranty ofa percenJ age of the amount of tobacco to bJpOQ ed before the pool becomes effective Z was a great detriment to us under the 1909 pledge and put us at a great disad vantage because in every instance the parties claimed that we did not have the percentage pooled as we claimed and it would necessitate if the sat ae clause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deaf of trouble andx jland1 Yours very truly ti ttlSigned John B Allen f i Attorney 1 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 I r oq 4fDO IT to To be frank we Bought Unusually Heavy this Season and the Continued Cold Weather Left us Heavily Overstocked and in order to Reduce our Stock r we will make Sacrifice Prices in Each Department L OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN fi Vi r l= The Loss is Ours and it Affords You an Opportunity to buy better values than you have ever bought t I CLOTHING t Included in this sale will be such well known makes of Clothing as Hart Schaffner Marx Suits for Men I Hart Schaffner Marx 3000 Suits tiM go in this sale at I WawU Hart Schaffner Marx 2250 and 25 suits go in this sale at p 15 00 Mock Berman Cos Welworth fig Dressy Suits for Men 2750 and 2500 Suits forIj7O 2250 and 2000 1500 1800 and 1750 1250 i5oand 1500 1000 1250 and 1000 800 Seinshi ers Celebrated Perfec tion Suits for Young Men and Children 1800 and 1500 suits fO r1O 1250 and looo 750 900 and 800 r 600 I 7So and 650 c 500 600 and 500 400 4joand 400 300jt P Extra Pants and Summer Coats pro portionally low i II on cht CARPETS0 Allwool Ingrain Carpets at 60c C C Ingrain Carpets at 45c Union Ingrain Carpets atVJ 37 C Sultana Carpets iv ti25cGranite Carpets v vi V25c Hemp Carpets v i2 72e Axminister Carpets vyw 100 4 Velvet Carpets v v t 85c Tapestry Carpets 75- c2C 1fattings4 to 25C and We will offer the following extra specials on Saturday and Monday 94 Bleach Sheeting at X0 94 Brown Sheeting at kv2 zc Cotton at n 9c gcDressCalicoes Good Sheer Lawns 5C Percales 75c Study these prices they are under the mill ppkes wlrflllfffftffllVlJIIco 9x12 Axrninster Rugs worth d 2000 9XI2 Velvet Rugs worth 25 go at 2000 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 20 go atj 1500 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 1750 go atli 1250 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 15 go atvJvL 1150 9x12 Tapestry Brnssell Rugs worth 1350 go atii 1000 Just receiveda new assortment of 27 inch and 36 inch Axminster and Velvet Rugs We havent the room in this ad vertisement to mention each article IIbutask that you come to our store and inspect our goods and hear the low prices that prevail throughout the entire stock r BARGAINS I During this sale we will offer unusual gains on the goods below We are showing a Genuine Silk Taffeta Underskirt viri f black and colors well worth6oo C 3 fJKour price during this sale e fm r We are making special prices on Silk Mulls Muslins Dimities Dotted Swiss Ginghamsetc Laces Lace Allover Embroideries Flounces etcIWe are cutting prices deep on Mens Womens and i Childrens Oxfords and Pumps in Patents Tans and Gunmetals We have just received a most attractive assortment of Gluett Monarch and Fountain SKirts in Negligee and Plaited All sizes and styles v Fullstock of Mens and Women Underwear in Bal briggan Pbrosknit and Nainsook in full length three 15cathletIcsWomens Vests 5c lOc l5c 25c 5Oc Allstyles Hosiery Gloves Ribbons Neckwear Belts Belt Pins Lace Collars Collar Pins in fact we have the most attractive stock of Novelties we heve ever An Inspection of our stock prices will save you move i Cut Carpetsf Lace Curtains For 30 Specials Saturday Monday 6cHoo RUGSl v v shownI Prices Rugs Days CURTAINS Nottingham Cable M Swiss Curtains atCand up to 5 per pair at educed prices Curtain Nets Curtain Sco=and Curtain Swisses in white echrue and colors CURTAIN POLES COTTAGE RODSHINDOfi SHADES 4 We Have a few Porch SHades that we willsell at costI TIWALLPAPER I We are OverstocKed in tHis line and are offering great values j 20C Paper goes in this sale at i12c 4t i Jl15C Paper 10c I2ic Paper rt Be roc Paper 6c 7ic Paper l i t 5c 4i t 5C Paper 3c P CALL AND SEE US AND GET ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW PRICES unninghan Duncan Springfield Ky- J Iw 7 4 The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publishes S SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY fi Make thflies flee Whats your scoreon tiles A slap on the wrist Is worth twa ofl the face All the signs olnt to a skyful of fly 1ng machines before long 4S t Paper money may be made amalIer- In wiiic case it will be just as hard toe get Even the kaiser cant call st dents boozefighters and getaway With the remark A Frenchman has been kllled in a fueL Accidents wlll happen even in French dueLI U school children are opposed to the firecracker that leaves only the dealer as its friend Thousands of Albanian Furke are oupfnarins shouting for old Abdul t4 come back Thoros no plasIng dme people A JJrussels surgeon wants 20Oeo for operation on King Leopold Considering the results Is it worth the money Lord IItchener universally reputed tobe a woman hater surrendered tot e American girl His last words on iaillng tere in her praise The Sest Point cadets condemned to walks out their punishment for hazing will be prepared for enduraice 4tests in he regular service 8ttidens of bird life who trudge through he parks before breakfast should n4te that the birds generally bring the r lunches to class Howevr lemonade colored with poIsonous dyes and ice cream stiff anld with gum arabic are nOt properly Parts of perfectLy sane FOurth If an viator gets 60000 for a trIp of I 6 miles at the same rate e could Q1Jl some such a trifle as 51360OO by flying to the moD Crop re orts are so favorable that the man rith the hoe Is expected to tIckle the soil this year for a total of eight bUll n or nine billion dollars Darkestjspots in darkest Africa are abQutt be united to the world by wireless The colonel completed his restful and exclusive hunt just in time Alain the joy rider has left death and sorrow behind him and if he Is ever caught he may be severely scold ed U not Indeed flue4 at least 10 and costs 1 London wants New Yorks gold the financial report says And London Is likely to get it it the annual LnigraUofl does not undergo an 11- nuua shrinkage Birmingham England with a popn- latIon of 500000 has only six fire en pnes and the fire loss there last year wa 222000 They do not build firetraps in Birmingham A Boston man claims to have bred blue rabbit Other gentlemen pave announced green pink and purple ones but have not made much do tnand for scientific recognition The tidings brQught to Seatte by barkentfue that cannibalism has been revived In several ot the groups of Islands in the South Seas are to be received with dQubtThere Is noth tug to show why there should be a sudden resumpticn ot old tlme re- Ugiouspractlses and the pressure ot civilization in the South Seas Is grow fug heavier year by year This billken tine brings a story of the eating of tw missionaries by pagan nativ A on Savage Island It should be ey to investigate this Another cargo ot 1800 carcasses of mutton has arrived at Philadelphia from Australia by wall ot England The meat will be sold to Philadelphia dealers who promptly disposed ot the ffirst cargo U the trade can be made profitable by indirect shlpment it ought to be far more so when the opening ot the Panama canal cuts down the distance to the anUpotIes an establishes direct trade Then the Importation Australian heaf and mutton may keep meats within reason able range The practical jokers in Panama who thought It would be very tunn7 to sthrt reports of a coming earthquake In that place and who arn said to have scared at least one person to death by these reports belong to a class with which unfortunately the law cannot deal according to their deserts Con lderlug the trouble they have caused there seems no good rea son why these practIcal jokers should cot be classed with criminals and a penalty provided for their dlstarted and dangerous sense of humor Abdul Hamid exsultan of Turkey has 53000000 on deposit in a Gen man bank which the Turkish government is trying to get But the bank refuses to honor an order signed by Abdul alleging that the order was is sued under compulsion The courts sut n the bank and there the matter Itands for the present It seems to be a case where the ex sovereign can neither get the money himself nol transfer It tQ anyone else But the striking fact Is the manner In whlcb the money was soaked away wIiIIr cpthi4on wef8gOd THEODORE ROOSEVELT JR WEDS MISS ALEXANDER Eldest Son of Former Presidertf and Pretty New York Girl Are Married in Gotham Wilt Reside in San Francisco New YorkThe Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church was the scene of a weddIng on June 20 that attracted the attention and Interest of tho nation that of Theodore Itoosevelt Jr and Miss Eleanor Butler Alexander A large number of prominent people witnessed the ceremony but nat urally the most noti ed person In the church after the bride andgroom was Cot Theodore Roosevelt father of the young man who was entering the state of matrimony The date of the wed OYSTER BAY SCHOOLHOUSE Where Theodore Roosevelt Jr Attended School When a Boy ding had been set to permit the attendance of the former president and this was one of his very first social en gagements after his return from abroad for he landed In New York only two days before Mrs Snowden Fahn stock who before her own recent marriage was Miss Elizabeth Berttoul was the ma tron of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Ethel Roosevelt Miss Jessie MUllngtonDrake Miss Janetta Alexander Miss Jean Delano and Miss Harriet Alexander Rev Henry M Sanders a great uncle ot the bride officiated assisted by Dr Gordon Russell of Cran ford N I After tho ceremony the bridal party J Right Larz was entertained at the home of the brides uncle Charles D Alexander At least a part of the honeymoon will be spent at Sagarnore Hill the coun try home of the Roosevelt family at Oyster Bay Long Island Later In the summer tho young couple will start for San Francisco wher Mr velt Is to be In charge ot the inter sts of the carpet manufacturing firm with which ho has been associated for some time The love story of the young couple has been a quickmoving romance Their engagement was announced only last winter and the news was cabled to Colonel resulting In the speedy receipt ot his and congratulations The bride who Is the daughter oC Henry Addlspn Alex ander of New York Is twenty ne years old of a little more than medium height slender and of very fit trative appearance having an espe daily beaptiful complexlob She Is as animated as her famous sisterln law Mrs Alice Roosevelt Ifn worth whose house guest she wast for a time just before Mrs Longworth sailed for to join her father Roosevelt Jr his father In looks but Is decidedly and Is generally cred 1td with being far less democratic than certain other of the family As a boy he rode horseback and In all the other outdoor pursuits of the j1 ve nlie Roosevelt cl r at their home at Oyster Bay and bel took some Iart In during his preparatory school course at Gro ton and his collegiate course at liar io iL yard but In the main he has been less enthusiastic on the subject of life in the open than his father and brother Kermit He has always been of a studious nature and his romance with Miss Alexander Is said to have had its beginnings In the mutual love of the young people for music For all that Teddy Jr has the sensational In outdoor athletics he did participate two years ago In a balloon flight from Washington In which he and the two army officers who were his fellow passengers had scme rather exciting experiences There was no little on the part ot the public when Jr upon completion of his college course two years hgo chose a business career as his life work and stlll more was when he took employment In a Cinecticut carpet factory in order to gather knowledge at first hand of the side 9f carpet manufacture He started at the lowest round of the lad der as an at small salary Of course he was promoted as he the Intricacies ot the business but he to boardinghouse Reading From Left to Theodore Roosevelt Jr Mrs Roosevelt Mrs Longworth Anderson joose Roosevelt approval England Theodore strongly resembles reserved members engaged athletics eschewed surprise Theodore wonder aroused practical unskilled workman mastered continued as to whether young Roosevelt would stick toao prosaic rtn existence but he Is evidently determined to win his fortune In this sphere Garden Work an Aid to Beauty Working In the garden and picking thattendsclety Women believe thls Oid on Long island there as said to be t score of society Women who are r sorting to this treatment for health and elas tlclty Mrs O H P Belm nt spends much time In bet garden In South ampton Mrs Herbert M Harriman and marly others say they delight to pick flowers and the qu stion has been raised whether they a e not fol lowing fho advice of a beau y special- Ist who advises this for I ealth and the form If a woman is n eirnest bout becoming sUm says he beauy doctor she will use the nine muscles in working over a fioiir bed as she will In exercising Ina mnaslum Weeding seems prosaic butIt Is ex celltnt exercise One or my patients caUle to me recently and said she wished to develop her arms and her hOfeandrgpodc Was for Forest Con ervatlen- HoilsewifnAre you willing to chott some wood tor your dinner Plodding PeteSorry mum but I am a Plncliot manBoston Transcript t 1 + t ftJI t + 1OIOI + 1t11 1H ii R OUND ABOUT i i THE STATE IiIII tI MOST IMPORTANr NEWS I GATHERED FROM ALL i PARTS OF KENTUCKY I + rr + M + + r4t ++ INTERSTATE COMMERCE NOT IN VOLVED Court Holde Attorneys Are Not Agents for Buyer or Seller FrankfortKyRepor s furnished by attorneys for guaranty compaffies are not Instrumentalities In facilitating or carrying on Interstat commerce This opinion was deliveed by the court of appeals in the case of the United States Fidelity arid Guaranty Co against the commonwealth in which the judgment of the Mason clr cult court imposing a fine of 160 on the company forfailure to pay a state lcense was affirmed The question Involved was whether or not the company at Ie time of the indictment was engaged In the busi ness of Interstate commerce and e ampt under Section 4224 of the Ken tucky Statutes providing that each person partnership and corporation having representatives In this state etc shall pay a license tax of IO0 provisions not competent for the state to place rny burden of restraint in any way of taxation or otherwise upon any of the articles or things Umt are sub fret to tile interstate commerce until t has aquired a status or place of abode wIthin the jurisdiction of the state The court also says that the Mays ville attorneys furnlshlngl these reports were not agents for either the buyer or seller in the sense that the goods or articles were bought or sold throuhthejr agents KENTUCKY COURT DECISION Holds ThU the Treasurer in Second Class Cities Controls the Fund Frankfort KyNelther the not the sinking fund Icommlli1rroners of secondclass cities have any authority to make depOsits f funds due the sinking fund or to have in any man tier the control or possession of the money to the credit of this fund was the decision of the court of appeals In the case of George W Walter treas liter vs John J Dorian et al rev rs- lng the judgment of the McCracken itcult court The court held that when Walters succded Dorian as city treasurCr it was the duty ot Dorian to turn over till tI4e funds that had Come Into his handS as treasurer from whatever iotir or for whatever purpose in- lendep anti It was the duty of Val tersTreceive them and deposit them as iqulred by the statute In the city depository selected by him The court says The treasurer has the right tQ change the dpository and of course to remove the funds deposited by him KENTUCKY STATE GRANGE Will Hold Session In October at Win chestsr The Kentucky State Grange will meet in Winchester In a three days session October 25 26 and 27 Three hundred of the leading farmers of the state will be In attendance Secretary Hampton of the Commercial club has been in correspondence with Master F P Volcottof the grange Mr Wolcott in his letter says that certain things ard desired by the grange Among thorn are low round trip rates and a satisfactory hall in which to hold the open and secret work of the order Mr Yolcott says the member are very desirous of coming as Winchester Is known as the most hospitable convntioa city In the state STRIKES ZINC AND SILVER Georgetown KyDr J R Snellof Louisville who recently purchased the stock ot J Branham and George V Adolytte of Louisvnie in the mining prospects for tJJttes near Georgetown has struk a fourfoot vein of zinc and another tlmost as large of sl1Qr Mayfield KyA large frame to bacco barJjl In South Ma1le1d was do stroyed iy fire There was about 10 000 worthof tobacco belonlng to V D Cochrap or this city an4 Clarence Drown of Paducah in the barn aU of wblch was destroyed The house was the property of Frank McClaJn arid it was uninsured and valued at 1fiOO The Insurance probably covcrs the tobacco loss NARROWLy ESCAPE BURNING GlasgQW KYThe family ot C Jek ers who reside near on Wells this county narrowly escaped beitig burn ed alivO while asleep In their beds The engine that pumps the oil wells was located In an engine house In the yard a short distance from the hou 3 e and during the night the engine house caught on fire and was burned to the ground while the family slept The rCighbOrSWhO PROGRAM COMPLETED MJdSum ler Meeting of K P A In Mlddlesboro MiddiesboroThe plans are now matured for the 41st annual meeting of the Kentucky Prest association which will be held here Jtxne 20 to 25r Inclusive Secretary Daniel Dowmar of Versailles has arranged the fol lowing program for this midsummer meeting receptionat Middlesboro hotel followed by ball Tuesday Morning 830Address Of poembyRoutine business Tuesday AfternoonTrlp to mines Train leaves Union station at noon lunch at mines at 3230 p m Tuesday Evening 730Ladies session 9 oclock informal ball at Mid dlesboro hotel 830PaperWhatPreas L C Littrell Owenton Ky Compositionraper Making Statesmen and the Re ward John D Walcefield Louisville EditorlaJsDesharound table AdvertisingHome and Foreign What to Print and What Not ShelbyyilieKyWednesday AftesnoonExcursion leavingUnlonstation plantof New South Brewing and Ice Co fQr lunch return to city at 5 po to Wednesday Evening 700Recep EighthDistrict9 pmGerman at Middlesboro hotel led by Mr W V Richardson Danvill9 and Miss Margaret Mount Lancaster Ky S30PnperTheham Winchester Ky paper How to Make a Newspaper Popular W J paperTheLouisa Ky round table Expressions and Suggestions in Getting Sub scribers J R Lemon Mayfieli Ky Awarding prizes for job work Elec tion of officers Thursday Evening 730 to 9 Smoker at Middlesboro hotel follow ed by ball Friday MorningTrlp to Pinevllle MYSTERYSOLVED- Treasure Box Found In Dix River Dc posited by Robbers Before Civil War Danville KyThe mystery sur rounding the dlscovel1 of the old box with gold coins In Dlxri rlearKings MIII in this county has been solved E Flaig one of the older citizens of this city states that prior tothe civil war this section of Kentucky was in fested with bank robbers and that a bonk in Nichplasville vas robbedat that time and the roljberstraced by a lOSSC to the DIx river Cliffs where the meinjerleXington confessed to the act anti Etated thft a box of the coins secured were dropped In the waters of Dlx river tt Kings Mill Sevral searches were made since that tune local clUzenobnttono avallJ1he box found by George Kel point contattied several gold coins and it is quite evident that the lied or the stream iu the resting tilace of many more shining shekels ITO TOUR MOUNTAIN DISTRICTS Rev1 Frank Dewlth Talmage interested In Missions Lexington KFrnk Dewitt Talmage pastor of the great Broad Streetchurch Philadelphia ands n of the famous preacheI the tev T Dewitt Talmage or Brooklyn has become so deeply interested in the re ligious work of the Rev Edward 0 Cuerrant prs1d nt of the Soul Win uiers society In the Kentucky mouI- rtlos that lie Will arrive here next month to make tour ot the moun fain district and will preach In remote settlements of that region which have never before heard so famous a minister Dr Guerrant last fall Islted Philadelphia In the Interest of the Ken lucky Mountain mission and on the i vitaion of Mr Talmage delivered a lecture in his church Mr Talmage became so Interested in the work all presented on that occasion that he promised to come to Kentucky and make a visit to the missions He has kept his promise in view and writes that he wlll be here In July MILITARY PICNIC Louisville KyThe Alpha com pany No 45 Knights of Pythias holds a monster jubilee picnic at Fontaine Park this week for the purposf ot raising funds to help defray ex penses to the national encampment in Milwaukee in August This company will represent Louisville In the maneuvers during the natiOnal meet and hopes to capture the grand prize OD this occasion IEUzabct tOvn tThe Hnrdm association which wflJ hold its 25th annual exhibition August 2325 has announced the list for the coming fair Thre has been a substantial Increase ii the prizes awarded in all departmeits and three 100 saddle and harness takes added Louisvlllehe next annual eon entton of tho ientucky Bankers association mbl held n Lopisville September 11 and 15 his fact wad term1ncd by the nxccutive commit tee of the association J ATA CRIrCLPERI 6 Of Peculiar Interest to Vlorien Mrs Mary I ltemlngton rfslebtfrrJ St GUroy Cal says J suffered at severely from pain and soreness ovei the kidneys that It wa a task for me fz tQ tii over in bed My kidneys acte q very frequently butt the secretions were retarded and the passages scalded I waa weak and run down After taking other remedies without ben eflt I began using Deans Klaney Pills and was permanently cured I was going through the critical period of a wouians life at that time and liter using Doans Kidney Pills there was g miraculous change for the better in my f health Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 50 centS a box 1osterYllburn CoBuffaloNY FOXY RIP Why did Rip Van Wmkle sleep 20 years I dontknow unless he wanted to dodge his taxes Why Jones Was Sad Jones rich grandmother died and Jones seemed unnaturally deprOted chMrhShe left a list will and testament I suppose said Jenkins carelessly Oh yes saId Jones raising his head at last she left a will and tee lament uAh chimed in Brown yu wers always a friend of hers O course your name was mentloned Yes answer c Jones bursting into floods ot tears my name was mentioned boys r1 am to have hey hung expectant while more sobs choked back his wordcii he declared at last anl4o VeIthe Testament1 Scraps iT The Laughing Barber f- Jhn f Rico the coach of the Columbia crew was praising a stalwart fresh mail Hes so young and tender aid ihe coach youd never think he could tow Why they laugh at hIm at the barbers As he was getting his hair cut the other daY liesaid to the barber mst CullyIDo you think Ill have a strong beard My father has a verY strong one y 4It looks tp me said the barber- as though you took after yOU mother The Vocabulary Webster was compiling the dictionary Getting together a fej words to use in a 50word tel ram lie explained Herewith the public jca11ed him blessed Results All That Count- Who asks whether the enemy were defeated by strategy or by valor Virgil A DOCTORS EXPERIENCE Medicine Not Needed hlT i cal It is hard to convjnce some peOple that coffee does them an Injury They lay their bad feelings to almost every cause but the true and unsuspected one But the doctor knows His wide ox- perience has proven t9hl that to some systems coffee an insidious healthIof constipation stomach an nervous trouble Ir have been a coffee drinker a my life 1 am now 42 years old nci when taken sick two years ago with LJervous prostration the do tor said that my nerVous system wal broken Jown and that r would hav to give b coffee I got so weak and shaky I could not work and reading your adverltse ment of Postutn I asked my grocer it ho had any of it He said Yes and that he used it In lila family and it was all it claimed to be Sq I quit coffee and commenced to use Postum steadily and found In about two weeks time I could sleep soundly at night and get upm the morning feeling fresh In about two months I began to gain flesh I weighed only 146 poundS when I corn mence1 on Potum anti now I weigh 167 and fCc better thin I did at 2p years of age I am working every day and sleep well at night My two chiIden were great coffee drinkers bute have not drank any since Postwn came Into the hQuse and are farmore healthy than they were before Read The Road to Weilville found Sn pkgs Theres a reason Ever read the above lettertA ew eat appears Irem tIme to tIme Tkei 4are gauta tr 1111111 efrJa az- Iatertt tr T 1 1 1 tri IJ WJ IJ 1 Full of the Trueringing tv Love Interest A t ib1 Cant Help But En i It 1t J e 7 J i f An LHell r t0 L Millions BY 7 FREDERICK REDDALE wl v r FasciriatiSStory pf Absorbing Human Interest 1 Dont Miss the Opening Chapters They Will Appear Soon I fl AN HEIR TO MILLIONS I Is an exceptional work of I fiction woven around the ex periences of a young man I who suddenly inherits a big r fortune 1 A story that pictures young man suddenly made heir to t Jtunlimite4 wealth le 15tr I JL story youll be sure to en T boy if you are fond of good 1 fiction f ai 1t A story that moves with rrapidity to a happy climax tn tni fl11 N l A Serial- Exceptional 9f eye i Interest tAbo + tQ f APpear + in These LColu nsPr 1 mmencemenr Seoon5T w r o nryy hotCjgpobrXT Cbsynltted by t R iC IIUfJJ 1taIJJY iy GWZJSZZ 3 OCMr2 U22 fi3jz PorArrs tj 1 f16 A w- I SIADTJATION I week at the I UnitedStates tary acad emYis easl ly the- crowning week of the years a and islooked fort v ASAtYthet 1anticipation by aU theut Wfuturee of gen the tl k r i can army in the making In this respect however the significant week in June at the great military institution on the Hudson is not so culmlnaUngintervalof learning in this country To be sure the drills openair evolutions dress parades and sham bat tIes do supply an element of the spectacular not to be found in like degree anywhere else unless perhaps it be at the United States Naval academy at Annapolis but in so far as the graduation exercises proper are concerned and the attendant farewell balls the program at the Point is not so different from that carried out at other big edu cational institutions at the close of the school yearYet for all this sameness in some respects there is enough of novelty In the climax at West Point to draw visitors by the thousand from all sections of the country Nor are the spectators by any means limited to the relatives and close friends of the young men who are to receive along with their diplomas commissions as second lieutenants in the regular army That would be understandable enoughsuch a gathering of inter ested kith and klnBtit aside from the onlook ers whose Interest is stimulated by blood ties there IS a vast assemblage the members of which feel no Interest In either graduates or under graduates at the Point but who have been drawn thither by the prospect of a show literally worthy of many miles of travel to witness The picturesque events ranging in variety all the K XIiXO L GENERAL WOOD Qualification That Earned His Advancement In Brief Time Ray Stannard Baker writes a most Interesting sketch of Gen Leonard Wood In the American Magazine part of which is quoted as follows Many there are who have attempted to account for the startling rise to power and fame of Gen Leonard Wood Twelve years ago an assistant surgeon with little or no regular military training how Is it possible that today at the astonishingly youthful age of hid was born October 9 1860 he should be the ranking major general and chief of staff of the army of the United States Somewhere In one of his essays Emerson ob serves of a certain extraordinary man that he was prepared for his age No better description of the success of General Wood could possibly be written Without especially brlhant qualities to commend him with little promise In his earlier years he has been at every crisis ne has had to meet peculiarly Vie man who was ready There stood Leonard Wood prepared It was not that lie sought the places which he has filled so suc cessfully but that he was supremely the man who was reedy for them At luo very beginning of his career In the t QFIPANY rd c1fRfZr 3r EbrJd fiii4J1ji camTcS dQZcSI1lrZSL frEC way from guard mount to rough riding are the magnets which draw to West Point the vast throng of sightseers and pleasure seekers In cidentally it may be noted that It Is an excellent opportunity to see celebrities The president of the United States the secretary of war or some other prominent official presents the diplomas to the graduates and high officials of the army are always present In their bravest show of gold braidThe Military academy Is probably unique among all educational Institutions In that the term commencement week has a certain appropriate significance for the whole student body rather than merely for the graduating class At West Point commencement week means the commence ment of a new life for the lads who after four years of book learning and practical training are to go forth to assume the responsibilities of lieu tenants of infantry cavalry or artillery But for the quota of cadets left behind to finish their un completed courses of instruction this momentous week In June likewise means the commencement ota new era a change In the existing order of things that Is about as radical as could bo Imag tiled This universal significance of the commence rltyotthemer vacation after the fashion which obtains In the case of the pupils at most public and private n Ju ALWAYS READY army although only a surgeon he wadassigned to lead a detachment of soldiers In pursuit of Geronimos Apache warriors far dowtf fimong the mountains and cactus deserts of Old Mexico He performed this difficult task with such courage and efficiency that he was especially commended by his commanding general and rewarded by congress with one of its rare medals Theodore Roosevelt said of him UNo soldier could outwalk him could live with greater indifference on hard and scanty tare could endure hardship batter or do better without sleep At the beginning of the Spanish war when It was proposed to raise a regiment of rough riders the man naturally chosen to lead was this same reticent lowspoken wellprepared army surgeon He became colonel and led the rough riders on the bloody hill of Las Guasiraas After that when the high ones at Washington looked about them for a man to command the conquered province of Santiago there stood Leonard Wood ready He proved an admirable colonial administrator and from that moment onward be had been the imminent man in connection with the most dim cult problems of our foreign dependencies He became governor of Cuba then he went to the Philippines As he has held more and more important positions performing each task with that high Mort 17Ft7Z2VvLi schools It change of occupation be a sufficient vacation however the purpose of a summer respite Is admirably served for the boys In gray exchange their quarters In barracks for te camp accommoda- tionsfx of a tented city and the van ous forms of study from books are supplemented by outdoor soldiering of the most practical kind For more than two months the young men are to live under canvas and many of the graduation week vis itors particularly the repI sent I tion of the fair sex remain to see the camp life Inaugurated with all its essentials of sentry duty pa rades etc- Commencementtti season at West Point brings to the fountain head of American military education a swarm of visitors that taxes the hospitality of everybody in the countryside As though the varied t r attractions of the Point at gradua tion time were not enough there are notable boat races on thq Hud seasonFand moreover this whole the Hudson river valley has her most attractive dress at this time of year and draws hither a considerable portion of our leisure class ever togo anywhere In search of diversion The circumstance that the West Point Military academy is not in close proximity to any large city complicates the problem of housing the strangers that ft vade the stronghold at this time of year All ao commodations in the hotels ba the vicinity inclu ding the one under the auspices of Uncle Sam are engaged months in advance autl every officer on duty at West Point is likely to hare his hospitality and incidentally the sleeping accomnewlatlons In his quarters taxed to thft utmost During the golden flays of June which windup the year at the military academy discipline is re laxed rind all the cadets from upperclassmen to plebesr are at liberty to enjoy the round of pleasure which Is provided To be sure there is plenty of work mixed in with the play for this Is the time of year that the official board of visitors makes Its annual inspection and the West Point battaUoills expected to display its best points Between mes however there are opportunities for strolls on the tar famnd Flirtation Walk and incidentally It may be remarked that it is the one season pf the year when there ISl a fair visitor for- every cadet Ordinarily the proportion is one belle to threes or even to six or seven prospective offi cers The evenings are given over to hops culmina ting In the appropriately named Farewell Ball uii i XXI of gtiet efficiency which Americans admire he has risen naturally In rank InIthe army until now e Is chief of staff with headquarters at Washington INDIAN CREMATION MUST STOP Some time ago thft agent and other officers is charge of the Yuma reservation asked the braves to retrain from burning the houses of the dead They showed how eny It would be for a fire to sweep over a part of The reservation d put got ernmient property In Jeopardy For a time the Indians observed the request the Los Angeles Tlnms says but a few days ago celebrated the departure of one of their number in the most approved redskin style The personal effects of the deceased were burnad and bJa hous was set on fire Ho wfs supposed to have arrived In the happy hunting round ready for an enthu Elastic reception But Inasmuch as the personal property of a deceased person belonrs to the heirs by the Call forMa law there Is no doubt that zealous friends eveUt11lnsTjhe practice of the Yuma Indians In burntsg bYthethor ties to action While there wculdot be in terference with cremationa religious rltelhofficers declare that government property roust lOt ibe endangered iI r 1 SOUPS n Tomato Chicken e etable and ten other kinds Delightful natural flavor and made from the very best materials with the care Of experienced chefslnthegreatWhlteEnam sled Kitchens Libbys Soupsare ready for immediate use byaddin gas equal portion ofhotwater = Ask your grocer forLlhDS S LiLbyMcNeil L Libby Gicao DAISY FLY KIuERylsecd iBjvhraM tracU kdlhlltdu Lu4 All Muicofneuleiniiot pill or tip Terw- irnoteilorfirup taint Oaumnwedtfr fecUn utau orKlltprepa14rolr SOUS Nk1awv11e IImethodthntwillcluafytop h1mOIJollaI have given my advice to hundreds upon hundred and EFnrtint Streets dbolatetecrgpromLedpoclle Andrew Carnegie while eating with appetite and courage last month the dishes cooked by the young girls of the Margaret Morrison school in Plttsburg saidnul have no fear before these experi mental dishes HE who has eaten in 1France learns to eat boldly Think of the French cheeses alpmr Why one afternoon in a restau rant in the Boulevard des Italiens I heard a guest shout angrily Waiter look here this cheese Is walking all over the table Ali have no fear monsieur It wont escape the waiter replied If it goes too far just call Jules Jules It always answers to its name Casey at the Jet r v laskedHes been trying to asp yXi t6 himself said OReillyrGwan What did he do v UHe lit every gas jet in the house and sat down and wattedEtye bddys EyesThe me my friend and I cannot agree asto the name of that range of hills Cam you tell The Scot severely Mon the Saw i bath Is na the day for spelring hills whateverSketchA it a waste of time to argue with the Iceman as heJs bound to have his own weigh 1iA Happy Day Follows a breakfast that is pleasing and healthfulk Post Toasties Are pleasing and healthful and bring smiles of satisfac don to familyj r The Memory LingersP- opular Plig l Oc- Family SizeISci fKI1B6ltlcCr Mich t L III tEORY AND PRACTISI t y motto Is The truth the whple thithaiid nothing but the truth Yes but youd rather have some body else tell it1I SAVED OLD LADYS HAIRl My mother used to have a very bad humor on her head which the doctors called an eczema and for it I had twd different dOctors Her head was very sore and her hair nearly all ieU out in spite ot what they both did One day her niece came in and they were speaking of how her haIr was falling out and the doctors did it no good She says Aunt why dont you try Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment l Mother did and they helped her In ix months time the ltchthg burning and scaling of her head ws growingTodaycura Soap and Ointment for the fine head of hair she has for an old lady 0of seventfourMy was an eczema in my j feet As soon as the cold weather came my feet would itch and burn and then they would crack open and bleed Then I thought I would fie to my mothers friends Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment I did for four or asmoothbun Hfram Me Sept 30 190911 Children Listen to this opinion from David tarrJordane There is nothIng in all the world BO Important as children nothing so Interesting It you ever wish to go In for some phllalnopy If you ever wish to be ofany real use In the world do something for children U yot ever yearn to be truty wise studY chuidr n We can dress the sore bandage the wounded imprison the icriminal heal the sick and bury the dead but there is always a chance that we can save a child U the great exteriout our races salvation it will be because a little child has led them NautIlus Beware of OIntments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury U aercmy iirely dety the aenae of nel- mad completely derange the whole eyitea when SuchfitheyJthe from them Efls Catank CUre inaiilctured by 6 J Cheney = Co Toledo Ocoatlu no inner and Is taken In mall7 actkig direcUy upo- tte blood and mucous aurtsces of the Q3tem Iii i giis CatarrhCWe be lUre you get tbI- ptlulne flu taken temally and made In OtlJo by Y J heney = Teettmonai free Sold by Drwfltlstl PrIce 75c per bottle Take HAUFaal171 for cooatlpttoC Would Mean a Better Show Johnny said the teacher here 18 a book Now stand up straight and sing lIke a lIttle man The song was Nearer My God No sooner had the school commenced to sing than a lIttle girl waved her hand frantically Stopping the sing mg Uie teacher inquired the cause Please teacher I think Johnny will get nearer If he whistles Judge Reslnot Ointment Is Used In Every CoUntry of the World as the Best Remedy for Itching PlIes I was terribly annoyed with Itching Piles for twentyfive years I found such grat relief with the first appU cation of Beslnol Ointment that In Zn 4 tureI would not think of being with out it An occasional application is ali that Is necessary Christopher Holmes Brookline Mass Up In the Air I have been at the top of Pikes Peak which is more than 14000 feet above sea level What was the great est height rou ever reached fl dont know just what the altitude Was but it must have been much greater than that which you mention I made the ascent shortly after I had stepped with my bare feet on a bum ble bees nest Hermann the Great Hermann the Greatthe famous ma glcian could takes rabbit out of a sIlk hat and a bunch of roses out of an- empty paper cone Easy Task laun dry soap takes the dirt out of clothes Jlkeinagic You donthave to boll the clothes Easy Task gets after the dirt and sends it flying whUo the clothes soak Our best housewives say If is the finest soap sold in Springfield Uncle Ezra Says Playin on one string soon wears out playerBostoD METRODforcurlug Ic by nthgPankWer Lcrrij zts Thie medlelno talnod the TOput3UoflforoTer7Oyeare2c35can4Oc propertywhen NotIIng makes us richer that does notmakecus more thankful f NATION GREETS THEODORE ROOSEVELT ON HIS RETURN Monster Reception for the Former President at New YorkSpectacular Parades on Wan iter and LandMayorCaynor Weh- I comes the Traveler Nw YrkNo such welcom was ever hefoe given an AmerIcan cjltlzen as that which was accorded Th od re Roosevelt when he returned t the land of his birth on June 18 n accordance Ylth his request the reet ing was wholly free from partisanship and indeed his Injunction was scrcelY needed for It seemed the entlr nation was eager to welcome home the former president Since emerging from the African jungleth latter part ot March Mr Roosevelt has been the guest of near y eVery European ruler and almost unprecedented honors have been byhismax to his triumphal tour and must have been the most satlsfactdry event connected with It Flotilla Meets Him at Quarantine More than a month ago evezyfla- ble craft in New York harbor bad been engaged for the day and nun ous big organizations like the publican club of New York and Hamilton club of ChlcagQ had RI tered regular coast line Early In the morning this immense flotilla sailed far down the bay and when about 9 oclock the scouting tugs and motor boats came flying in Wth the word that the Au gusto Victoria was all made ready for the first greeting As the big liner came Into sight ev cry whistle on every vessel was tied open and shrieked the welcome to the Colonel Roose with Mrs Roosevelt and Ker mIt by his side stood an the deck v waving his hand and smiling the fa miliat smile and the waiting thou sands cheered him again and again Reception Committee Takes HIm At Quarantine the necessary for maUties Were quickly over and the official reception committee took the colonel and his party aboard Its revenue cutter That vessel at once started up the harbor and all the gaily decorated craft filled with clubs and privtte fell In behind and formed a most spectacular watet pa radeOn allnost every boat was aI band and all the way the musicians played at the top of their lungs rae were black with people who shouted their greetings to Teddy as he passed and the factories and mills qqded the noise of their whiz C1tp generi din So It went all the way up to Twenty third street where the parade turned and made Its way back to the Battery At that historic spot at the lower end of Manhattan island Col onel Roosevelt to receive the formal welcom home GaynorIn Bat tery park were 200 guests Including senators represent atives ambassadors and close personal friends of Mr Roos velt Sur rounding this enclosure was another reserved space which was occupied by about 2500 prominent men and memo bern of the big reception committee The cheering and music wereal most continuous as the colonel en tered the park but finally quiet was restored and Mayor Gaynor stepped forward and delivered a cordial ad dress of on behalf of the nation and the city Yr Bodsev lt rOo sponded briefly but feelingly and short speeches were made by severai other prominent men Much as he would have liked to be present to greet his predecessor President Taft BEFORE AND AFTER THE TRIP Kaiserln approaching returnlngwangerer mnded disUJigulshed welcome omIclalgagementParade Through the City When the speech making was over the parade through the city street started It was originally intended to conclude the reception with a won str parade and invitations were is sued to various organizations through out the country Within a few days however the committee was flooded with so many applicatIons that the from streoreph copyrIght tir Vndenro VD4erwoodN Y THE VOYAGER HOMEWARD BOUND parties shores parade feature had to be curtailed All organizations that wished to par ticlpate in the parade were nssigned certain blocks along the line ot march for Instance one or two blocks were assigned to s movisit1ng club and the next to the publie and so on paratlvelyed police of New York who were followed by the police band on foot Then came the escort of 500 Rough- Riders under the command of Robert Hunter of Oklahoma city president of the organization Colonel ltoose- teU came next In a carriage and 1is carriage was followed by a long prOc cession of vehicles containing the members of the committee and th speakers i KENTUCKY 0 GLEANINGS I IWH T IS GOING ON IN SECTIONS OF j THE COMMONWEALTH TREASURER FARLEYS ADDRESS Bankers Association s Given Financial Condition of State Louisville KyState Treasurer Farley addressed the Bankers clnUo on the financial condition of the state and the Interestbearing war rants outstanding He said In part The state of Kentucky Is in as good financial condition as any statetin tire union and much better most of the states The total indebtedness of Kentucky at this time rep resented entirely by outstanding war rants nearly aU of which are interest bearing amounts to approximately 2O0Q00 There are no outstanding bonds to perasestoprlaUons made by the late legislature and approved by the governor mounting to about 450000 or 3166000 of an appropriation made by the leglsla4 Lure of 1908 for the State university and the normal schools which Is not dUe until next July ggregatDC aU told 6161000 The appropriations ol the legislature of 1908 amounted to something over I300O00 he assessed valpe of the property of the state ir S28275022 You can see by this that the state owes but oneseventhotone per cent of the as sessed valuo oIlier property and at to the question of ability to meet obligations Is1 think a pretty safe institution to loan money to PRONOUNCED DEAD By a Doctor But Two PatroIifen Resuscitated the ChIld Louisville KyLewls the twoyear old son of 1Iax Iandel or 42 South Seventh street while playing itoppled into a large candy bucket fihid with water and was almost drowned before the accident was discovered An uncle drew the apparently lifeless form from the water IJe summoned a physician who pronounce d the child dead- Patrolmen Pat OHearn and Mike OHara resuscitated the child and it will recover TAX ORDERED LEVIED Lou svll KyT dge Evans of th United States court granted a per emptory writ pf mandamus command lug the county judge and magistrate composing the fiscal court of Green county to assembe und levy a sutu dent tax to pay the judgments of Mary Arnie Quinn and Charley Murphy and others the first for about iooooo and the second for about 150O0O und to certify the levy for collection tathe collector oJ count revenues The suits for mandamus are based upon judgments against the 9ount rendered by the federal court ed by the United States court iof appeals and the supreme court pf the United States IbondsssnedstructiCn of the Cumberland j OhiO railroad through Green and adjacent counties about the year 1870 HOLD MEMORIAL EXERCISES Paris Ky Memorial exerci4s in honor of their dead were held at the Paris cemetery by Rathbone dge- No1 Knights of Pythlas and A 1 Lovely company Uniform rank Thes e orders together with Cnforrnt rank companies from Cyntliiana Lxingto a and Ford and subordinate 10dgesfrom- Mfllersburg North Middleton and Carlisle marchedI to tire cmrter headed by the PariS military band and Brig len James E McCraclteni an stafC officers of the Second rgimeni A quartet comosed Of A M 1ore head Maurice Burnay Prentfpe Lancaster and Wallace ClarKe rndere d appropriate vocal numbers The Hon nobert B Franklin of Frnnltfort delivered a beautiful memorial rIddres at the conclusion ofnhicli the glavc- of 5 the ythlan dead were bea It full y decQrated vlthflowers and the Pyhia colors RESCUEDDROWNED PGlasgow17 was drowned Tio young lady an d cOve Hay a friend were crossin the river at Yitts Ford when she liedam rIverHehis horse She felt back into tie w ter Louisville KyOmcers werE eJect- ed and the next annual meeting e Was selected at the closing business session of the National Hardoc td Lumber Dealers association ere Fred A Diggins of Cadillac Ici was chosen president A hardwood famine as the result of the reckless waste of timber by lumbermen In the United States was predicted in tho report of J H Stimson of Indlhna His report suggests reforeStrationa and g1of KENTUCKYS NEW LAWS Frankfort KyMore than 100 new bills that wtvopasedby the last general assembly went into effect June 14 There are a good many of them to great Importance areitoitiesEmpowerIng rcgulttr Judges to be Epcial Judges sentenceConcernthgfirM class Concerning revenue and taxaUon in cU l r Fnentsc hitiesProviding for legal ho1day October 19 lCalumbus Day theregulatlonspraviding for the duties and powers of a11dmakingreportsofSchoolTextCbeHamtProvIding K one of the state tIarIea to be chaned bite a reformpenitQni Providing for the parole of Provldlngfor tAre reassignment and classificatbm of clttee tntoxicatingconveyances Making the trapping of rabbits ualasvf gJrovldingto determine whether or not stock shallrun at large Fixing age for jury service mistrcalingdumbRepealing the barbers bSenateProviding for the supplcmentatlon o salaries for Circuit Judges itt certain counties Creating Library COmmission Schangeostabl1shCreating the Tax Revision Coznmlss1on and appropriating money for payment 0expenses oernorAppropriatIng 50000 tar the tMakingfederate Home Making an approprmatin fpr the Col- arad Home Society for Chi tProvidingdren by parents aProvidingnats where death sentence is inflloted unclairnefreight detiniggpowersRegulating tenement houses in cities of first cla hogcholetapoint providingminers AJIowingFisc l Courts to levy tax fox courthouse fund CourtsinKentuckyandminingProviding for trustees ot academies and seminaries Providing for the commission format classPra1dingor the fourth class for railroad pur poses 1ndwarningProviding rthe emp1yment of weighinan atn for the benefit ot the tmplajes Regulating the further pooling ot farm products theTwesxstynlnthMaking the pactice of abortion n fel thereforRegulatingoleetlofl of Town Marshals in sixth class cities practiceCreUng prevention of disease arnbng animals Jnereasing Tee for Jailers roadandmechanicsHenSergeantatArmsProhibiting the destruction of fish wltt guns loaded with seed bullets AssistantMineLegalizing slave rnarriages cittesProviding for tniterestbearing warrants CirculiClerksGeneratJahnProViding for Bee Inspectors responsiblethen Amending dependent child law Amending landlord and tenant law Regulating the cenyement of stocks and bonds by corporations Amending law providing for compulsar attendance children In schools Providing for the registration of auto mobiles Amendllg anco laws- Amending classEthe Providing second sor In cities having over 40000 population Amending child labor Jaw Amending local option law In regard to license Providing for the registration or nurser ExaminersProvIding assemblies such as camp rteeUngs Providing for an Inspeotpr of VeIghts and Measures Recording land contrrLcts Giving cities of the third class power to mortgage water systems practicePrOviding companiezProvidingProviding tar the regulation of fire In surunet companies Fixing punishment for the adulteration of tool antI drugs Providing at1 appropriation for the In stitution for the Blind Providing an appropriation for the School for the Jeaf Making nn appropriation for the Houses of Reform Providing that interest on asylums war rants be refunded Iroviding for the Investment of stocle of Insurance companies legal proceedings in 1i1cl Regulating revenue taxation incitlee of the second class Regulating the Improvement of streets and lrublle ways in cities of the seeon class Rc ulatlng corporations desiring to do trUst banking and title guaranty bust ness Axmnding Morg1nncld public school act IQcroong salary or Governors steb assessment life and casuai t companies Increasing salary ot clerk hire or Lt- brnrlnn Porrnittng exohange or pharmacists crtiflcates Changing manner of elect1n Sthoo I Trustees Providing for temporary filling of County Commissioners office Providing that agreemeht not to grow crops bt declarpd lawful hangIng the net regulating the man a mentot the House or Reform nepenlirtg the oharter of the Dycusburi school R the pooling of farm prod uctsIAllowing county to purchase roads am- hIxhways Umlting bourse of work or mechanIc and laborers on pUblic works Reulattng keeping up of stock a- iland In ttte Missisalppt River JI w MOThERS WHO DAVE- DAUfiIITERS d Help in Lydia E Pink amsVegetableCompowid Teattledthecate girlS I believe there would be r hiifewer weakand all i Ing women Irreg- ularf and painful t periods and s1ch troubles inIWw 1 table Compound is 1S fine for ailing girls- and rundown WO J men Their deli te W organs need a tonlo CompoundivesrstcioseMrs GEOB ESThIcIt Hudson Ohio R No 5 Box 82 Hundreds of such lettelS from gratitudeorle Compound has accomplisbed for- have been by the Lydia LynnMaBiYoung Girls Eed This Girls who are troubled with pathftl- ro irregular periods backache head ache draggingdown sensations faiJlt tak8Immediate tohealthCompound Thousands hav been to health byits used aclaladVlceboutyour ial letter to Mrs Plnkham at Mass Her advice is free nd always helpful The Army of Constipation Is Grown Smaller Ever Day CARTERS Lfl1LE- uVERPlLIs IeIpOBI tleibey oeiy give relief they permancsdy CasetIpa- tien MiL House theru ITTL I 51 IsJiguti Skkej cbt 5siw SMALL PILL SMALLDOSE SMALL niciGENUINE mud bear natr- eNewYorkJune i 1910 Dear SI- Each 5100 Invested IaT- Ceja Grande Sugaz Plata lions tree years ajo has hroujlit the Investors S58 to date and the physical condltioa and earingpower of the properly B ow better than ever These profits will coattuae to be earBell from year to year and the value of the property Is constantly Increasing I am ow offering YOK one more opportunity to participatethe last OR this basis Write aad let me tell YOK t abut u Yours traly GEORGILLEfl 43 xchange Place NewYorkCtty Pe SThIs letter will Bot- he published agala WESTERN CANADA SuatOr Dolliver flltWJl san- Ta Hreaa of emi ts from the UalW weOanada Ul COBtlnue 8ena DaUlTer jalrl T1aIUoWe aada nUtalaDdk1l 4 ot apie thtswillaccoantfor aaypthe exceUtJnadal coniingth11i ltothe2OoooAmeeiItheir home during 1905 Field OSOD returns aleReS durlnC7cnradded tothewealth otthecountr7 upwards ofp 170OOO0Q0IOO nilxd inzcatt1orallnganddMnrag- C KOlBeHeadhad in the Ter best dietriete0 160 acre pzeecuptions att3Mper acre withIn certal reee CvylIthe richest wood ataab material orpartlenJantto1oectioJew rate and descrip tIes Best West nnrother Infrs 1oaIwGovernment gp WILLIAMS Law LdIIni ToleM IOW Ule areu necrest Big i AssetsFour hundred thousand people take a CASCARET every night andiseupinthemothiiiandeil them blessed Ifyou doatbelongto this great t9Wd of CAS CARET takers you are missing the greatest asset of your life MI CASCARETS xX a boxier a weeks treatment nfldrugslstt ieller om theworld MUioabcxeaaoat t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JpE 22 1910 + id SPRINO GOODS j z W have the most complete line of Spring Goods for of gardens necessities about the house ijthecuitivation lawn etc aver carried in stock nSpri g we mention a few things and an inspection of our stock and prices will be a great saving to you I Lawn Mowers i We Have the lawn mower that + will give you more satisfactory I service than any other mower on the market Come and see Jr I1The Tobacco Hoes on Market t iGarden a Tools complete line of Rakes Hoes Shov eteI and the best Tobacco Hoes on the market Peifectio oflkinds of Lawn Hosej uaranteedr- t respectfully SoliCIt a of your patronage ItShultz Cleaver iPlumbing and Tinning iMtEHitEHitEHit SPRINGFIELD SUN m8UED EVERY WEDNESDAY YtlUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance o L SMITH Editor and Publisher 4tered at the e t SpnnJdield for transmIssIon the- aaifs as secondclass matter rTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTioN OM Fear I n Iz Months 50 kree Month 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET loa CONGRESS aON BEN JOHNSON t= TEXAs MiSs t Dolly Cochran of Lebanon is the guestof her cousin Lily Rohertson Miss Virginia Wiesonof Louisville spending this week wIth Miss ArnoldThe infant son of Mr and Mrs Elmer WiJtginton died at their home in Louis line Saturday morning Its remains were interred in Bethlehem cemetery Sunday at 1030 oclock Mrs J M Begley is ill at this writing Mrand MrS Jchn Cocanou her of LongRun visited theirson here Sunday Misses Bertha Mouser and Elvte Hay ot Lebanon are the guests of Miss Bertha Hays this week Mrs Clay Brady and daughter Catherine spent Saturday and Sunday i Lebanon t Misses Margie Thompson of Louis llle Mary andMargaretNoe Jennie and Lucille Greene of Springfield WiesonMondayMr R L Arnold was Danville Monday ME J M Begley and Mrs Hanson Rotertson went to LouIsville to see the tatters husband who IS UndergomJ- eb treatment We are glad to report him much impr ved- Mesdames W T Barnette of Mack ville N T Bottoms of Lebanon an tW E Crunie and little son of Frede- Iektown r were guests of their mother Mrs Margaret Kimberlin last week Screen Wire We can saye you money ont Screen Wire for Windows Doors and Porches All widths and all tsIzes y Best The IJi Oil Stoves titglasshave one abou tsummer coo m T shark + Mrs Pinkston of IllinoIs and Mrs J W Edwards spent Saturday at the home of Mrs T E Mr G T WilsonIdaughter Mrs drenare in Louisville this week Misses Pearl and Edith Hungate o Tatham Springs are visiting relative s here Mr and Mrs Starl Hungate an grandchildren Margie Hd Alfred o Tatham Springs spent Wednesday night with Dr A Y Hatch tt and wife p J rJ D Turner and family ofLex ington are guests at the home of Mr J R tlaybrooke Mrs Missouri Goode and daughte r Mrs David Owen of Winchester are visiting relatives here Rey Milton Clark of Indiana fine Rev t L Purdoms appointment t Houe Y night Mrs Matt Nelson and daughte r Catherine and Mils Ollie Catlett of Springfield were to see Mrs Cle- Cocanougher Sunday Mrs J D Peterson entertained he- Sundayschool class of14 girls from 1 to 5 on last Monday afternoon Th children indulged in games after whic dainty refreshments were served Thos- present were Misses Flonne Ila Elvie- sa1i and Iva Cocanougher Catherine Brady Pearl and Edith Hungate Nan vie Goode Georgte and Nellie Hayes Goeant evening w enjoyed by aU present At Private Sale Iwill be at my house on Friday and Saturday Junec24 and 25 and will then sell by private s leall my household and kItchen furniture consisting of stoves carpets rugs chairs tables bedssen utensils clocks ornaments vases bed clothing lace curtains blinds articlnes Notice to Carpenters The Washington County Board of Education will receive bids for the erection of a school house at Pottsyille o n eoffor the Hreckmridge district near isburg one at White Hall one on t county road near N W Hatchetts house These houses will bp let out to the lorest and best bidder subject the approval of the b ardThey will be buIlt as soon as contracts are made For specificatIons apply at the county Superintendents Office on Mondays and Saturdays By order of the Hoard J W BUSH Chairman gg 4t ggQQgQgggQaQaQagrooaooQQD 0 O 0 J ALL HATS 0 0 f At and Below Cost c j Buy Now and Save Moneys c i I Wathen Sha- deijsaIsL = J iooOaooooooeoa i l Dr G TI Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Withfout Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky mea is nalton BlOck up stairs NotesfTry my 25c Buggy Whips They are worth twice the money P J THOMAS The Ladies of St Rose will serve court dinner in October June Clearance Sale au Millinery at HALF PRI E See for yourself Mrs Williams If you want the best Glove made for 25 centsget the Harvest Goat at PLl Thomas FOR S LEA beautiful tone square pIano Hinzeri Rosen makt in a good condition For further particularseall- at the Sun Office Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Ba don Headquarters for all kinds ot Buggy Whips P J Thomas Onnext Tuesiay night the pastor of the Baptist church will deliver an illus 4tratedMissIon Board There will be views representing thvarIOUS phases of mission work in America There will be no admission fee and everyone is cordIally invited o attend fProf M W Cawley will gIve a pro gramme of Voca Music at the Opera House Monday evening Julie 27 at 8 madefmusic of untvezsall reputation consisting of love songs folk songs songs of other languages and some of the most popular and famous bass songs on the musical platform Admission 25c and HaydonsDrugStore CathdsonClaybrooke Cos store a Tent which they desire to sell Anyone contem plating buying a tent will do wen to see this one before buying salemto to orf rms us city property Bardstown DEATSh YeFor firstclass Cleaning and Pressin Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLANING AND CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop asRite Clements Rt 2 has for sale a good 5 year old family broke horse also Tobacco Plants in a 280x9 foot bed ABOUT UYOMEI A Bottle Costs 50 CentS A Com fete oJtfit Including Inhaler 100f When Leo Hayd d states most em poaticaUy he will guarantee lyomei to cure catarrah or give you yourmane back what IS your answer Are yon satisfied with your condition or do you want to rid yourself VIle catarrh with its humJ1iatin spittingheHyometis a simple antiseptic mud icine that you breathe throuKh small topocket inhaler over the parts affected by catarrh It is made of Australian eucalyptus mixed with other ierm killing and mum brave soothing antiseptics Get a complete outfit today It only costs 100 and contains everything necessary to cure any ordinary case of catarrh Extra bottles if needed 5Oc rHyomet is the best remedy in the world for sore throat coughs and colds croup and bronchitIs It gives wonder ful relief in two minuts For sale by druggists everywhear and by Leo Hay don Send for tree sample bottle and booklet Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y r1IONACuresi IndiQestion misery sour 800m ash botching and eaves stomach dis tab1eti fi fi W TOO MUCH MENS AND BOYS CLOTHINGr t tWEARE GOING TOMAKE + I Special Low Prices IN THIS DEPARTMENT MR THE NEXT 30 DAYS it So that we may Reduce the Stock This is a good chance to eta BARGAIN and you should NOT fail to take advantage iltof It The stock consists of the Newest Styles in Spring and Summer Suits and you will 4 itfitWe also have a few Suits in both Mens and Boys which were carried over and are offering them to you at t HA L F P R ICE I f tfiSee if your size is in this lot and get a bargain tit One Lot of Mens and Young Men s tSTRAW HATS AT HALFPRICE + + T S HeRr LOOK tit 25cf11 Special lot of Youn Mens all colors 25c values for Socks19 C One lot Mens Fine Shirts tit 125 and 1 valued for each 6ge ti SocksPer 19c i 0I ftrYVe have many to offer and be glad to showyou l The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO ii TED KENTUCKY w Wtit+ BOHON and BIG NORTH Died onJune 16 Mrs Minnie Will ham She leaves to mourn their loss a husband and five children the youngest ofonlyfriends and relatives Interment took place at Bohon the following day Pu aural services were conducted byRev WaldonjOn last Sunday afternoon tat about 230 oclock the people of thIS vicinity were very mucl la ted at the announce = ment that a balloon was in sight Mrs Emma Black conversed with the occu balloonghourG Juda and Mollie Wheeler Miss Etha and little Myrtle Sanford were guests of John RHallra family last Sunday Last Wednesday evening Beginning atSalvlsa on the Northeast and reaching to the CornishvilJe pike Qn the Southwest one of the most terrific hail storms that has visIted thi sectIon since the hailstorm of August about 25 years ago The haIlstorm moved m a zigzag form demolishing gardens tobacco fields and all vegetation in its path The stones were or all forms and was followed by a torrent of rain Bee Lawson received lambs at Bohon foriqUIte PYpreached toa large audience The rain of last Sunday night furn acreagegof plants Those from this vicinity who attended 7 J2C L wMens Heavy Grey Mixed Sox paIr 7 12C SIlk FourinHnd Ties Worth 40c for + bargains will INCORPOR SPRINGFIELD M ichurch at Oregon were J H Wheeler and daughter Hazel G T Sanford a1d wife E R Burton and wife Those who attended church at Hop well from lUg North were Mr and Mrs J W Black Mr and Mrs T J Havtins Messrs Thos and Albert Hall Bronson Randell Shannon Black Mr and Mrs- W H Black Clay Black and family Frank Black and family Mrs Elizabeth Vanarsdall Visited the famIly of W H Ransdell from Saturday till Monday Powell Royalty of Louisville iswisit ing hIs grandparents Mr und Mrs W H Ransdell Shannon Black j Albert and Thos Hal attended ordinance sermon at Kirkwood VALLEY HILL L D Walker has returned to his home at this place after spending ten menths in school at St Marys Kans Joseph Derringer and Richard ONeal attended the ice cream social in Springfield Saturday evening W F Beam recently sold a pair ot Suckling mules to John Kelly Jr for 200Thos A Grundy vIsited friends in Louisville Saturday Mrs Minnie WhlttfnlZton has return ed to her home at Rocktalls Ills after an exteneded visit to her mother Mrs S placeMr Janes visited Mr W N Foster of Louisville last weekSeveral from hIS place attended the childrens day exerCIses at Woodlawn Sunday G C Donahoe spent Sunday in LQuI isville and Mrs Thos Reed of Booker IMr guests of Mrs W F Moril at HiH Sunday Miss Frances Settles Ms returned her home at Maud after an extended Visit to her aunt Mrs Palmer Go tey of thIS place r Miss Virginia Foster of Lou sviUe is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs M Reed of this placet Mrs Palmer Goatley attended the aviation meet in Louisville last week Miss Pearl Goatley entertatned aJ nurrtber of friends to an elegant lunch Ion Wednesday in honor of her yisitor Miss Frances Settle of MaudI Miss Hettie Kelly has returned to her home at this place from Bethlehem where she attends school Miss Mcllroy of Campbellsville and Mrs Henry Wells of Springfield were recent guests of MISS Pearl Goatley Rev W H Williams wn preach at the school house at this place Sunday afternon June 26 at 4 oclock Everyone IS invIted to attend Your cor went to Louisville Saturday to see the birdman at Churchill Downs And as fate decreed it a street car wreck on4th Ave permitted us to ar rIVe at the station just in time to be too late to return home therefore he took another day with frIends in the cIty DoES HEDoes the man who sends to a mailorder house ever take into ac count the cost of postage expressage freIght aid other expenses involved in placing an order and getting it filled Does he also take into account the vex atious delays he often meets and the probability that what he bought is not m quality and other features that WhICh he expected It tobe1 When aman buys of his local merchant he knows what he is getting and no waiting for it Dipping Tanks Pumps k Tinning and Plumbing jutjering and Repair Work a SpecialtYen l We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed HATCHETT McPHERSON leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention f rI t I I ti i etr LAND IN CANADA AN INVESTMENT WOKK IT AND SECURE 20 PER CENT ON THE EXPENDITURE InValuety per cent and as a result of this increase thousands of those who have gone there within the past few years have had that much more value added to their holdings There is proof here that as a field for investment there Is nowhere to be found a more profit ble one than in purchasing farm lands in Canada And as a field for occupation and working the farms fyhere Is nowhere on the continent where more satisfactory return it given The crops are always sure and the prices are always good With railroads entering and traversing all the settled parts there are very few districts in which the farmer will be more than from ten to twelve miles from a railway station Roads are good and big loads are easily handled The price of getting grain to the pri mary market is low on this account and then in reaching the worlds mar kets the railways3haYe their rates con trolled by the Government and what maybe considered a fair deal is cer tain Good prices for all kinds of grain is the rule and if the Investor lIt has made good money by the increased value given to his unworked land it Is not difficult to understand that the profit to the man who works his land Is just that much more and there will be nb depreciation The man who holds a free homesteifl of one hundred and sixty acres of land which ie got for 10 as an entry fee has land which at its lowest estimate Is worth 10 an acreyes 15 an acre the moment he has completed his three years residence duties It will l continue to increase ini value until Its earning power gives a reasonable interest on a certain sum That Is If he takes off the land fifteen to twenty dollars per acre clear profit each year his land is wOrth to him at a fair tate pf interest 200 an acre If he only realizes 10 an acre clear profit it is worth 100 per acre Now thou- Sands of farmers are duplicating these figures The price of land in Canada today is much lessjthan its realizing value The fact thht the fifty thou sand Americans who went to Canada year before last were followed by one hundred thousand last year offers some evidence and good evidence too that there Is getting to be a pretty fair knowledge that money is to be made in Canada lands As an investment money Is to be made but more by living upon the land secured either by homestead or purchase The one hundred thousand of last year will be one hun dred and fifty thousand this year These comprise people from every state in the Union and it is just being realized the asset that awaits the homese ker in Canada The large numbers that have gone though makes no appreciable difference in the supply of land There is still left vast quantities of the best of it But the longer a delay Is made in arriving at a decision the price will advance proportionately and the more de r sirable homesteads near the railway lines become more difficult to secure The Government publishes Interesting literature which may be had on application to any of the agentswhose offices are located at different points through the States and they the agents will be pleased to assist In anyway possible in the choice of location Fletcherite Loses His Count Bobby said his mother sit up and dont tuck hun1dredsTheret exploded Tommy youve made me lose the count I dont know now whether its 256 or S56 times Ive chewed this clam NecessaryAndshoes Allens FootEase the antiseptic powder for the feet Cures tired aching feet and takes the sting out of Corns and Bunions Always use It for Breaking In New shoes and for dancing parties Sold everywhere 25c Sample mailed FREE 4Address Allen S Olmsted LeRoy N Y If a man who Is early to bed and early to rise doesnt get rich his wife is firmly convinced its because he la too honest DODDV3I K KIDNEY PI LLS 48 75 VSrt WiM AklT1 25 aGutra Seldom SeeabI- gkneoflkoj bntyoir borse maj Anklehock I th21ir5flerioycs IZ VarlcoltIesOldSore youwrlteFDF liD 88 SprcflcU WANTED Writers to copy letters at home Mall ln8tructionaBe DEFIANCE STARCH narer stick to the SERIAL STORY Ji- YaWimssawiiwisi 1 The Master j of Craven i By Marie Van Vorst Authorof Amanda of the Mill 11Miss Des Jdetc ctc FlI Iii- ywwiiww5vi1vmiuwv1s1 S Copyright lro5 by JBIJpplncott Company SYNOPSIS hasU Tempest worlds greatest poet tnd novelist refusing further to be Uon zed shuts himself up in Craven his ountry home meditations are broken by ofn Amer can Lucy Carew to Eng land to get a author but more especially of his newHigloomyulte of poems at being disturbed deCla no more and rudely asks Repenting of his rudeness he offers to dictate to Lucy spellbound as she writes Tempest Induces Lucy to re main and read her manuscript to him Their Interest In 01 e another grows Tem Test burns the pho ographsand letters of Lady Ormond wit i whom his name has pleas1reIngresses Tempest tells his housekeeper that he Is going bind and that the asso elation with Lucy must cease that she must tell her to o for her own good The housekeeper tells Lucy CHAPTER yi Continued If there wSriir only someone who cared for him vho Could save him She whispered hb words She in stinctively felt the pride in the woman beside her whose clasp on her arm did notlessen She did not ven- tura a further plea on the part of one who should make the pleas for himself Miss Carew said very slowly with effort and ina voice so low that Mrs Henly could hardly hear If there were someone who would go through the world blind in his stead suffer in his steadbear all the burdens near him if she might be so blessedand if not then far away would bear it all the same could cuch thing beeven if he were never to know IU Mrs Henly watched her fascinated q great hope dawning In her heart Ohsshe said I think he cares for the ohe too much to take her with him on his way and so much that he would try to thrust her from him and go on alone to spare her and him loving her dearly all the whileThe girl with an impulsive gesture threw her arms around the old wom ans neck hiding her face on the motherly bosom Perhaps she cried softly there tears whose source was not all pain for her cheeks grew warm and red the strained white look had gonn from her face when at length sbe lifted It How good you are she whis pered What a mother you have madeMy poor boy sighed Mrs Henly She kissed the girl pressed her hand and found that her late flow of elo quence had deserted hershe had nothing more to say She felt all of bellinappropriateher eyes drew down tier veil and rose to go V Miss Carew led her to the door clinging to her arm You have not told me yet your message she half smiled I think Mr Tempest bade you to send me awayMrs Henly smiled faintly and in stead of answering said Impressively Hes all alone and he doesnt know what I know miss and Miss Carew caught her arm blushed furiously ant commanded INot one word to Wm Mrs Henly Oh of course not miss how could you think Or I will be gone forever from CraventonighttomorrowDont house keeper In great distress I give my sacred promise I trust you dear said Miss Carew tenderly but and she ques tinned with her eyes as well as with her words are you quite sure Mrs Henly The others face saddened at once Sadly sure dearie Ah not that 1 meanabout his caring sothat he would spare her at any cost Mrs Henly took the slender cold hands between both hers Quite sure she said When she was left alone she found herself shut in with a new wprld 80 full of bewilderment and con fusion of sorrow and dawning Joy of doubt and love and despair that she pressed her hands to her heart and prayed Heaven for strength to carry her through anI for wisdom as to what course to take1 She found he self stifled with the thoughts and doubts that rose It was not enough for her that a woman should come to seek her and with net own fo nd eyes read Tempest and with the sk ill of selfish love draw from her a confession she never thought to m4eeven to the man Bhe oi d She required ore tang- Ible evidence from him and as If to haxfmthe love that welled up for him Vie day at Penthtym came forcibly to her mind Withjust as much delight as she remembered her hours with Tempest with just so much distaste did she recall Lady Or mond She cried to herself I must be sure indedvery sure he must want mo very much in died After 1eepless night she let the followIngmornJng go by with no word or sign to Craven When the last of the Interminable hours had dragged themselves to their end Polly Ramsdill brought her a note from Mrs Henly You cant have gone miss You couldnt go I am sure Remember he is all alone With her heart on the rack her steps turned time and again Craven ward and a spirit if unworthy certainly very feminine pulling her back to reason and to patient wait ing for soiqe sign to come to her from thct master of Craven she let pass three dreadful days They marked her life with suffering At the third on its early morning she woke to hear a horse coming up It was gray dawn no more hardly light and her window was clear of shade or blind Lying as she was she could see in the little mirror the bit of sky the meadow in the mists and the road She saw too the rider who came at a mad pace and drew reinTempest himself his soft hat pulled well over his face He spoke a second with Mrs Ramsdill and left a package In her hands and turning rode off as madly as ever knight could from a belle dame sans merci The mists clouded the glass and Lucy Carew was weeping when Mrs Ramsdill came with the parcel for her For a long time she held It unopened not darlcjj to break the envelope She knew that whatever the contents might be the rest of life would be for her henceforth as they should read Some dozen sheets of manuscript fell into her hands She bent over the difficult handwritingthat of one who has written in his sleep or who rises in the night to transcribe his thoughts in the dark The uncertain aspect of the lines moved her with a great wave of tenderness that carried her to him like a sea and as she followed the wonderful words she sat as one held in aspellmarvelUbg- confusedoverwh lmed One after another the famous sonnets to Lucia fell under her eyes It was the con elusion of the old beautiful The series was complete the suite had reached at last Its mature and mellowIts perfect conclusion The verses she beheld were framer talthey were luminous In spite of the trembling transcription they shone and burned on the pages in the girls hands They were all for her all for her She rose unsteadily with burping cheeks and eyes that glowed through the tears She started as she was towards the door with the fluttering The Horse Was SuddenlyJDrawn Back Until He Almost Reared papers In her hand as though she would rush to him then she caught laTherdightdressShe remained musing before the glass the papers now held to her breast A hand he could love to guide him Mrs Henly had said guide him He was her tyrant her master But he would be blind At this thought and all that the verses meant written half In obscurity and yet so illuminedshe realized by reason of her love more perfectly than the man had been able to do the hor ror of his destiny The glass reflected her serious and lovely face and gradually the sun for the only time during that long day came out from behind the fog as the sunrise sent one burst of bright ness against the clear glass It startled her dazzled herfull as her eyes were of visions and the glorious luminence hurt her with its cruel beauty Oh light lor you 1fgbt for you Basil she breathed If I could make myself Into eyes and vision mid sight to be transformed into you and so be forever lost Gradually the brief sunlight passed and the melancholy aspect of the cloudy day definitely filled the room and the glass ceased to be enchanted But the modern Lady of Shalot mused I saw him ride across it and it did not crack from sjde to side How can there be a curse upon usandshe turned away to dress in the old plain dress she wore when she first braved the doors of Craven v CHAPTER VII Miss Carew habitually came to Craven across the front lawns and terraces but this jay she changed her J w routine She made the parks by way of the main road as she had done on the stormy night several weeks before when she sought Craven for the first and so boldly demanded Inter view with Its master As she followed the avenue in the cold morning she walked through mist It cleared only to let her fig ure cut the vapor which directly closed behind her again Into One of the fogs in which winter England is mysteriously veiled before her the shapes of trees Indistinctly designed themselves like seaweed In a muggy sea A little more than threequarters of the way up the drive she heard the trot of a horses feet and before she could step aside to permit as she supposed some groom from Craven to pass her an equine head and body loomed so close that she gave a cry and the horse was sud denly drawn back until he almost reared The Dand on the rein was a worn ans the rider a woman her trio cornered bat and cent and Ups and cheeks all scarlet Sbe exclaimed half frightened half annoyed Heaven I mlghtjiave hurt you and stared down atteroadsideeu cumbrance and at sight of Miss Carew nodded a sort of goodmorn ing an expression of quick curiosity shot acrOss her handsome mocking facPhurt you or been thrown my self Youre not startled 11 The rider held her horse quiet In the fog and mercilessly scrutinized the young woman who dark and slender of a loveliness no less marked than her own of a grace no less seductive than her ladyships ap peared to have miraculously unfolded into existence in the elm avenue and to have taken form out of fog and mists She presented a problem suggested manifold possibilities and at least commanded attention Without excuse or preamble Youre walking up to Craven castle the rider asked her Yes Youre nearly there however but perhaps you know the wayP I think I shall find itThe pedestrians dress was excessively plain In her hands she carried a little packet which looked like a notebook She had doubtless a Baedeker up her sleeve Youre an American A slight smile touched the grave features of the younger woman How did you know The other laughed frankly The same language so different in transatlantic mouths 1 mean to say you speak American Craven Isnt open to visitors like Penthuen and the neighboring castles shut and barred I might say You wont get in But I expect youre a heroworshipper and are going to try for a glimpse of the great writer Your country people are hciowor shippersI we are The ladys horse stretched his long shining neck The smoke from his nostrils blended with the mist and stirred the vapor that flew away before his breath It flew too around the head and form of the American girl and the trim red figure of the lit tle equestrienne to whom the mono syllables of the stranger were baffling and because of her rival beauty annoying She gathered up her slackened reins Ive been following the hounds she vouchsafed and Ive cut through Craven by mistake in a few minutes I shall hear the horn She leaned on her pommel her mind traveling back to her last Interview with Mr Tempest at Penthuen and suddenly she exclaimed with a sharp Ah of enlightenment and as though she did not relish the discov ery Why Ive seen you before Miss Carew who knew as well as It she had seen her daily for years said I think never But yesa day or two agoj Jtm wore a red dressyou were drIving with Mr Tempest in a motor 1 wa driving behind you to Penthuen TO BE CONTINUED Odd Boarding Houses Deaf and dumb boarding house seem a queer institution even In this city of wonders said the city sales man according to the New York Sun They exist however I heard of them through a deaf and dumb customer He is a young fellow with no home of his own When advertising for dj boarding house he said he pre ferred a house where there were other mutes He received a stack of answers Some were from private fam tiles one member of which possibly was a mute others were from board ing houses where one or more mutei had taken refuge while a still smaller number were from womea who ca tered exclusively to the deaf and dumb These letters opened up an entirely new line of thought It had never occurred to me to Inquire how deaf and dumb strangers live in this big tofcvn To learn that they Join the ranks of nomadic boarders made me feel sorry I dont know why Feed Your Enemies Lord Rosebery belIeved that one ol the chief causes of the downfall of Napoleon was that change of character which resulted from overeating inactivity and the fatness that came of his captivity on the Isle of Elba Napoleon was never the same man in looks nianncr or action after Elba Hun active genius like Napoleon could be thus overthrown overfeeding and fattening may be a good way to get rid of a powerful enemy says the New York Press Napoleon may hav prophesied from his own experience when he said Good teeth otten dig mens graves Nap leoa never loa more than one toot o Try ThIs This Summrv The very next time youre hot tired or thirsty step up to a soda fountain and get a glass of CocaCola It will cool you off relieve your bodily and mental fatigue and quench your thirst At soda fountains or carbonated la bottles 5c everywhere Delicious refreshing and wholesome Send to the CocaCola Co Atlanta Ga for their free booklet The Truth About CocaCola Tells what Coca Cola is and why it is so delicious re freshing and thirstquenching And send 2c stamp for the CocaCola Base ball Record Book for 1910 contains the famous poem Casey At The Bat records schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball Informs tion compiled by authorities An Embryo Emancipator- A little miss riding on a Brooklyn trolley car the other day tendered the conductor half fare How old are you little girl 7 he queried gin gerly handling her fare She pursed her lips for a moment then calmlyopened her purse dropped two more pennies into the conductors extended palm snapped her purse and demurely re li dYou have your fare air my statistics are my own That Place Needs a Picture This Is something you have often said about a certain blank spot on the wall Modern methods of art reproduction make it possible for the Hewitt Brothers Soap Company of Day ton Ohio to send you a beautiful pic ture for twentyfive wrappers fromEasy Task soap and a twocent stamp This clean pure laundry soap is the one that makes a half days work of a whole days washing A diplomat Is a person who has acquired the art of declining to take no lor an answer to a request for a favor For Reel ItchlHjc Eyelids Crt Styea Falling Eyelashes and All Eyes That Care Try Marine Eye Salve Asep DruJJtfstChicago Honest politicians are as plentiful in some places as white blackbirds SyrulJerchUrsn sei is- MzsalLaaai1yIDlncazwlzg eou zo A grass widow can give reference but she hardly ever does 11 i CummB rl t ALCOHOL3 PER W AVegeablePreparationforAs tt similating heFoo4aridReu i ting meStomachsKlBowels of HILDKLN r Promotes DigestionCheerful j ness and RestContairt neither g OpiumMorphine nor Mineral f NOTNARCOTICOMDS4fF2mKL l 1Jlk JIII tiIJsi1ifzl r t W JJMiJf uO IHIIIvprIM1i7awn Remedy for C nt1a m lion SourStomachDlarr Klxjo Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP TaC Simile Signature oj tt rlIl i THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK Atb months old t aranteed under the Foods Exact Copy of Wrap sc CLEANSES tHE SYSTE- MZTECTUALLYDISPES COLDS AND HEADACHES DUE TO CONSTIPATION BEST FOR MEM WOMEH AND CHILDREN YOUJICI lAND OLD FICI9EFFEcr THE GENUINE MMnanimMtTitt 5Om JYAIJ1ElDIHG RUGG1SI OlE SIZE REGuiumSOiionii KNOWNsiNCE 1836 AS RELIABLE TRADEMARK CAPSULES SUPERIOR REMEDY FOR MEN r- AT DRUGGISTS TRIAL BOX B MA 50 PLANTEN 93HENRY ST BROrHtN 120IS IIYOUTop Buggies Runabonte Surries Pony Vehicle Carts and Wagons Writs tsr PrfeM- BUOB SCHEU CO 400 Court and Broadway ClMlRMtlOM 1600y 4 Jo Why aecept 4 sayisgsbank Cal H7 Six Per Cent Rial Esiait Ids1 Besides sharing In the of a great eer poration Write far fall particulars Dept Jt DEBENTURf CORPORATION OF NEW 334 Fifth Arcane New T rk City nrniiii rMvnlilM ftTIHHLIrte tml Cue where reatdlM haTe fcikd peckMr GIyewticsaLL W N U CINCINNATI NO 25110 CASTORIA For Infenti and Children ThekiNd You Have A1VaysBouptf BeaiSthefSignature of JL f t teISoUse For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Tn1 cimuMi s mm Ys snv Glorious Colorado E No one can say he has seen the world r until he has seen Colorado i Write for the books thatIpicture and describe it r Electric block signalsdining car medtsM and service Best in the Worldt f via the Union PacificT- heI Safe Road Ask about our pertonal conducted tours to Yellowstone Ntttewl Pk For4full information tickets etc address ELLOMAXGPA Union Pacific RK Co Omaha Nebraska jJpM i I fr THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 ii 1Cl 11 Refrigerators I We have a few Refrigerators in tock I and as the season is getting late we Ij are offering them at Reduced 11 Prices Come and see 4 t I Hammocks From 150 to 8 I v the best Porch Swing on the Market I Come and Inspect our line of goods j 4 I Leachman CampbellsI Furniture Store I A PLEASANT GROVE Abe Sharp of Mercer County vist ed Mr N P Thompson Saturday and Sunday ileY H S Hudson and Mr N P F Thompson were in Mackville Monday Miss Mattie Adams of Harrodsburg and Miss Mable Thompson of Springfield were here Sunday Miss Hiatt of Canary visited Miss Loia Fauth last week Miss Della Ray Gregory has returned from a visit to relatives in Boyle Coun ty Mrs Julia Leachman visited friends at Wiljisburg Sunday KGLeachman spent a few days icr Louisville recently Miss Harvey Vanarsdale entertained a J wof her friends at six oclock din rIuesdayevening The surprise party at the home of Miss Ellen Gregory on Friday evening was a vary enjoyable affair The game of ball between Lttsey Saturdaywasstanding IB to 5 in favor of Litsey The Batteries for Sharpsville were Devine Graham Carmsh and Garnish Litsey Batteries were Vanyke and Southurland Miss Aidie Walla of Mooresyille acc hnpanyed by W H Vandyke at tended the ball game Saturday Mrs W A Thomp on entertained the following to dinngr last W atrg Cjjtf Reed Mrs S C dneSdayI ale Mrs B B Leachman 3aker and Rev H S Hudson Dr Stajlard Messrs Fuel Foster and John Simms were here Miss Sue Edgerton SundayI spent the week end Woodlawn Mr Winfrey Gregory has returned to his home atAlton Ill after a two jnonths visit with relatives here Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves b njsh- ili k headache prevent despond 1cy and invigorate the whole system Sold iiy All Druggists r Chamberlains Cough R6medy is sold on a guarantee that if you arenot satis fled after useing two thirds of a bottle according to directions your money will trysold Light Hot Rolls Bread Cream Breadt Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes Bycallingus any morn ink at eleven oclock MACKVIUE The protracted meeting at the Pres byteringchurch is progressing nicety It will probably dose Friday Prot W 1 Hume who has been at tending the medical college at Louis ville has returned home for a vacation Mrs Nannie V ilham is in Harrods burg this week to attend the weddin of her niece Miss McFatridge Miss Maggie Mae Wycoff has returne home after a visit at Asheville N C She was accompanied home by her aunt Miss Zula Lear Mrs Fannie Parks of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Ada Arnold of this place Messrs R C and L D Bottom lire in Illinois visiting relatives Mr John Haydon and little daughter Frances are visiting in Louisville Mr Elmer Hume visited relatives an friends at this place Saturday and Sun day and returned to Louisville Monday Mr Robert Cull of Harrodsbiirg visited his brother Mr J N Cull of this place Saturday and Sunday DriW T Barnett and wife were in Louisville Sunday Mrs P S Harlbw was in Lawrence burg Saturday visiting friends Mr ToVn B Denn was in Danville Friday and Saturday Bro Hudson ot Pleasant Grove at tanded meeting at Presbyterian church Monday night He will preach Sunday night Miss Addie Warren ot Perryville is visiting friends and relatives at this place A visiteId Mr and MrsGeo Walker Sunday Hows This IWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cas e of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him to be perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ahle to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kmnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systeml Testi menials sentfree Price 75c per bot tie Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family PiUs for constipa- tIon YOU CAN GET TELEPHONE 69IAnd your order will be = promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When downtown try one of ourJ GRAPE JUICES o Ilw llSPRINGFIELD TEETH Pain orOanI All WorkDone In this office is first in every re jecb and justas advertised GUARANTEED figover McElroy Shaders Grocery 3 OeoeOeOeoeOeoeoeoeoeoeo Q o Personal Notes I j Q 3 Visitors In and Out of TownAo3 Round Up of the Weeks Personal News aiMisses Gertrude Clements of Morg anfield and Annie Timoney of DanC vllle have returned home after a visit to Miss Gertrude Shader Mr George M Atee and sister of Cincinnati were called here by the death of their sister Mrs Katie Wathenc Miss Minnie McClellan has return ed home after a visit to friends in Leh anon Miss Byrd and two nephews Edward and Chat les Russell have returned home from Cincinnati Miss Margie Thompson has returned home after a visit to Miss Marv Noe Misses Ellen and Margaret Simms are visiting friends in Louisville Misses Mary and Margaret Noe are visiting relatives at Kirkland rMr4 and Mrs Heffernan Rubel of Lebanon spent the first of the week with Mrs T W Simms Jr gMiss Mabel Price has returned from sisterdRapier Mr C H Bohannon and wife were called to the bedside of Mrs Bohan nons mother last Friday in Louisville who is dangerously ill and not expect od to get well Miss Blanch Wats will return home this week after a several days visit with friends in Shelby Countv dMiss Lillie Campbell gave a doll party Tuesday afternoon in honor of her niece Miss Lorena Coffey of In dianapolis In3 Mr and Mrs Joe Bishop spent Sunday in Louisville Misses Margaret Henry and Edna Mitcaell of Bardstown spent Sunday with MrsJ H Wheatley Misses Margaret Thompson Jennie and Lucille Greene Mary and Margaret Noe spent Tuesday with Miss Hattie Arnold at Texas Misses Nellie Simms and Earnes tine Knott have returned from Nazareth where they have been attending school Murry Floyd of Lebanon was here Monday Parker Medley has returned home atOwensboro accompanied byChas and Thomas Haydon Mrs J L Allen and daughter Mayme are visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Mack Miller Mrs Smith Barlow and Wm Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday with Mrs Joseph Claybrooke Miss Sophie H rtline spent Sunda- with her brother Mr Conrad Hert lein in LouIsVIlle Miss Edith Williams of Louisville will arrive here next Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Annie McElroy Messrs Henry Royalty and Allen Waters who have been in Oklahoma City for the past two months have returned home Messrb Ollie Barber and Walter Clements have returned from St Marys Kansas where they have been attending school Mr and Mrs H A Grinsted spent Sunday in Louisville Mr Joe Poiin and Miss Pearl Edelen spent Sunday in Louisvjlle Mr Robert Mayes and Mr Jack McChord left Tuesday for Oklahoma CityMr Maves goes with the expectation of locating in Oklahoma while Mr McChordis going on a visit Wallace Duncan is expected home from Kentucky Universty tomorrow Mrs W F Trusty and children have been the guests of Mrs Alice Mil ler at New Hopeo Miss Bessie Campbell entertained delightfully at cards lat Friday evening in honor of Misses Alma and Blanche Starks The ladies prize was won by Miss Fannie K Smijh and the gentlemans prize by Mr Evan Hagan Those who participated in the game were MissesAlma and Blanche Starks Lillie Nannie and Cecelia Simms Sadie Parr tt Fannie K Smith Bessie Campbell Mrs N G Marks and Mrs H L Smith Messrs Alex Barber Evan Hagan Rob Russell Frank Wit lett Wathen Simms Will Robertson Ray Goodinr Shaker Robertson Gwin Marks and H L Smithr t 0 i i Public SaleOF Splendid Town Propeijty ON Saturday June 25 1910 At 300 oclock p m on the premises I will sell to the high landLotCross St opposite the residence of W Kvrrhisisthere is in Springfield TERMSOnethird cash balanc4 in equal installments in six and eighteen months interest from date o i sale payable annually with lien retained Possesiowill n e fromdateseen at any time and any further information may be had from the undersigned IH THurmani Executor of the will of Martin Simpson BOOKER Mr Everett Croak bought a bunch of hogs jlCoulterSmith were in Bardstpwn Ma1 Mr B M Pile was the his daughter Mrs Josie Barlow one day last week Messrs Louiand Will Cull bought of Mr Jim Cull one yearling filly priceI unknown riletwoMr Will Sweeney and wife were guests of Mrs Mary Sweeney Saturday last Mrs B M Pile and daughter Miss Lillie nearStrm in IIIMrmeeting at Camp Ground one night last week Mr Ed Pile and family spent Sa ur day night and Sunday with Alvin Riley and wileI YIithe guests of Mrs Thos Grigsbv and fam 4uldrensMr Joe Goatley and wite spent Sun day with Mr B M Pile Mr Will Sweenev bought of Mr JEd Sweeney two heifers at a good price 10Oeoeooeoeoeoeooooo Put in Your io Vacation Grip an outfit of our toilet aids You are not likely t get as good where you 0are going We suggest shaving soap powder a bottle ot toilet water with the necessary brushes 0 Ftc Dont put off getting them o Come buy them now Then youll not have that to think of again i LEO HAYDON D THE PRESCRIPTION STORE o OQeoooeae oe coaO OoeaeaeQ oeaeQeQoeQQ Pleasant Memories 0 of splendid qualities big values and J prompt service will follow your pur chase of shoes here And the pleas ure will not be marred by any later o development Of unsuspected defects 0 in your purchase For everything here is what it seems There are no counterfeit qualities no exaggerated claims as to values no everstate ments Experience will prove It D Grundy Mclntire 1 De OeaeaQneQeQeQeQeOeO Miss Lillie Pile spent Saturday wither h sister Mrs Barlow near town Mrs Lum Cheatham is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James Cut Sr Henry Hickerson wants to buy two thoroughbred Southdown male lamb Anyone knowing where they can be bought will write ins at Mackville Free Sample Aids Old Men yearssactivity of to Utehumanchanges chief of which is in the di organsIt and harder to bet regularlylandonly from the basic touble co headachbelching firstofand then to tone the digestive muscles worknaturallytive is not only unnecessary but harm workJustexperimentIng of convincethatttry Caldwell Pepsin amild gentle pleasanttasting laxative therequirements toranybodyIt successfully for a quarter of a cen centoranymensendsamplebottle allotheranllramlllesCutlerse of BendIIWgrandfamily pleaseto tothefree of charge Explain your case In a detaiLICaIIwell Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIR A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaraiit- etAddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXX3OGOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO RED BIRD 1956Sj Everybody knows this grad old horse by a son and out of a O breeding II2 old horse When its too late will be sorry you didnt breed ft t him He will serve only 20mares 30 to Insure a Living Colt RED BIRD JrA very handsome Brown horse 16 hands high and can do just a little more than anybodys horse about here either in harness or under the saddle This horse was sired by Red Bird 1956 and is GeorgeI15 to Insure a Living Co- ltJackofDiamondsA Grand Young Jack at 10 His book is full but come and see himyou may want to breed to him anotheryea He is by Kings Giant and his first dam is by son of Bdgnohaand his second dam is by old Napoleon The above horses and jack will make the season of 1910 at I H Thurmans farm onequarter mile Northeast of Springfield Ky Mares grazed at3 and fed at 15 per month NO STOCK SHOWN ON SUND- AYTHURMAN A s PETERS- ioOoooOQooooooooooOooooooooooooooo L S Well Deserved The following complimentary notices aae taken from the Adam ville Tenn essee Enterprise of which the reverend gentleman herein referred to was atone time proprietor and editor Rev Olus Hamilton of Kentucky came in last week bringing withrhim a handsome wife from that state We congratulate Olus tWice first for tive abihtyinseIectinga handsome wife second for hIs selection of the highest callingthe ministry We are inform ed that he is held in high esteem 07 the congregations he is serving as pastor A beautiful parsonage about ready for his occupancy Glad to know that he has a brilliant ou look before Yfbrought ADkys pretty and accomplished young ladies as his bnde arrived in our city CiIfiltonF 0 Hamilton met his brother Ojue and bride at Rivers Tenn last Vvnesday night r1 f Dr W F Trusty1 Practical DentisttSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices AB work guaranteed v r Office over Haydon Barber ti B D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accidentf JOHN YMAYESi yFuneral Director aAnd i3 A attKENTUCKYQO + j gEveryHandsome LiRe of Caskets and iurialiwt Telephone Uay 19 Night741i DR M W HYATT i OFFICE OVER THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY HOURSllto 12 m 4tobpm Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTucinrr OrFICE C1 HATDOXS STORIiJ Office Hours 8 to9 A M1 to 2 P it J H LAMPTON M Dl SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 C CMcCHORD v ATTYATLAW KySFederal ntfTseonMAYES ATTYATLAW 4 Springfield Ky Will practice in tie courts of Waahingioa + AandW D CLAYBROOKES ATTYATrLAW Springfield Ky Will pradtice in the courts of Wwhln ApealsMARSHALL = DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky- Office in Robertson Building Washingtonand r S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky 7 J specialtyWill able Phone84 H M BRUSSE- LLAUCTIONEER l Lebanop Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sales a specialty Can cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange It hi Sun and Timis 4lih Pst 3 1 II Moral ri2l r f SUPPLEMENT 15hQ Springfield Sun Wednesday June 22 19IO l t cis JL r kl tn1Otj FIFTH ANNUAL YC di ci 1i i r rOcorlno1 tt chautaiuquaL0 dt R ciatPtINCORPORATED Lebanon Ky J ne28to July 8 Beautiful Grounds Art Ideal Spot for Camping and Outing i f tireit Platform AttractkfiiSlV lllf pany Chicago Glee Cub Local Talent LECTURERS Wirt Lowther Platform Manager Rev Father Tiiien Miss Stevens Gov E Wf Hoch of Kansas Mon roe Marifttey Eo W ONeal Edward Amherst Ott Hon Jtios P Gore US Senator from OklahomaI ttENTERTAINERS Rosani theJuigf rRlphPar slette the Humorist Local Talent now for Kentucky Not the oldest noryet the youngest State not the richest nor yet the poorest not the largest not vet the least but take i tall an laU for mep and r Cornea for flocks and herds for fields and skies tor happy homes and loving hearts theAbestplace oatsiJe of Heave en the good Lord ever madeHugh McClellan Tke Springfield Sun SLOG per year r 1 1 r ee tsin Cylinder REO t Less Top Without Top Rear Seat Lr y jj 3Y ll of It cured me or it saved the life my ehild are the you near every day about Colic Cholera and Remedy This is true the world over where this Valuable remedy has been No other use for diarrhoea hopbowel complaints has received such general approval The secret of the REO NOTE THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM Daily Base Ball Games 7 Aseries of baseball games is being arranged between tams representing nearby towns to compete for a handsome silver Loving Cup The schedule will be so arranged as to provide a game each day during the Ghautauqua with doubleheader on July 4th The competing teams will be composed of good pjlay ers and the series promises to be close and interesting aslwas that ot last season I Make your arrangements camping and season tickets Uiarrhbea introduced raI The American Company an its agents think tfiat at least 75 pe pooledMrstrange and chance afire with the Tobacco Company This gan Trust has been and is yet the wors enemy that the grower has If so arE Cantrill and Trimble not also enemies The Sun and 160 t tilio REO d Q tfour Thirtyfive HorsePower Live Passenger Car For 191 0 S Price 1250 Without Tor Wind Shield j f WHy go 3rtinraing over the Country in a macHine Hav lngall Kinds of Engine and Tire troubles you can et a car of meditixn weight a smootH running and that Has plenty of reserve power for hill climb i4 jeg on and not be bothering with ways sHifting gears to get along j AsK any Reo Haynes Owners will tell you how to avoid this trouble fYotihave in the REO and HAYNES cars the real thing in a motor cara springsVllyili a demonstration car in Springfield in about ten days for tjwo days If you are interested in motor cars write for cata o and arrange ftfr a demonstration e e e J RasaboaLS500 S1000fir expressions Chamberlains mediFinetn Tobacco inexplicable CourierJournal Cylinder Touring noisy when carl high gear orThey have only 1100AYNES 40 Horse Power 5 Passenger Touring Car for 1910 1ITr 2000 Complete r u 1 Ifyou are interested in Motor Cycles I have the qestmade Yc i THE INDIANi JvvvTOs Motor Cycle can be demonstrated to you at my place of business any time My place of business is at Marks Greenjs Planing Mill Springfield Ky where I do all kifujs GasolineEngines5 f N G MARKS Springfield t Ky REO Runabout 500 j or V r i1 m e ti ICOMPLETE vr J x as f IREO Touriai Car 1100 With Top aad Wind Shield lr J it to For any information Address w W 0 Ky I d aFor Hes a Jolly Good Fellow One of the old time editors of thee South sometimes imbibes too freely oft Kentuckys famons product andwhen t he so refreshes himself he forgets to- go home at a reasonable hour and sometimes ambles in at 3 A trIH was in a joyful mood on one occasion and after many efforts at the front door locksucceeded in getting into his hall but he could not find the stairway Finally on all fours he was hunting the lower step and succeeded m awaken ing his wife at the same time SheD came to the banister and called over in a frightened tone Whos there The genial colonel tried tij straighten himself and answered authoritatively Its your husband madam Whom happv mood and returning homer at an early morning hour wondered what he would do Jp explain his delay to his wife Passing thraugh the hall 1 e had a glad thought He gathered unto himself an umbrella from the hall tree Proceeding upstairs he sat down upon the foot of his wifes tied and raised the umbrella over him Awakening suddenly she met with this bewildering apparition and exclaimed in horror AreyouJDad7I storm my dear Here is a Remedy That Will Cure Eczema Why waste time and money xperi menting with greasy salves andllotions trying to drive the eczema germ from y8olsDrugliquid pi eparation for external Use to rid the skin of the germ lite that causes the trouble In over 2Xto towns and cities In Amenca the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMQ and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by thi clean simple treatment ZEMO is rec ognized as the cleanest and most popu lar treatment for eczema pimples dan druff and all other forms of skm or scalp affections whether on infant r row n person Will you try a bottle on our r commendation Leo Haydons Drugstore t Trials Postponed I Hopkinsville Ky June 11dn mo tion of the CommonwealtiriFfiie so called nightrider cased set for trial ut the present term of the Christian Circuit Court were contiued today un Septemberterm Prosecuting Attorney Smith statedIthat the condition of Miltnn principal State witness who was re cently wousded by a wouldbe assassin was such he could not appear in court Physicians said his wound was n tsufficienty held for the strain to testify ingNo objection to a postponemt was offered by the defense The bopds of- Dr Amos and other defendants will be renewedand nearly one hundred witnesses went recogi ized to appear at the term Expecting the ttials to be called to dav an immense but orderly crowd gathered at the court house this morning Deputy Sheriffs searchedevery person for weapons before he wasallow ed to enter the court room Many women were in the crowd The postponement of the cases has relived the tension and no trouble of any kind is expected Ends Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of trouble The frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of Burns Boil insOn1y25catry t I 7 GrandlFireWorks dn j I Tile Night of July4tiiThis will be the most spectacular exhibition that has ever been produced in Central Kentucky and this attraction alone will be worth the price ofa season ticket f i DILLEY Secretary Lebanon I DAnother provethis KIN KETCH IM NO V 1YOU ime am returning IAn de dogwood am in bloom de blossoms ten times thicker- Dan de green leaves am in June An if yer want some pleasure Dat I nominate dee vine 1 Des git yer minnow bucket 1 IAn yer hook an pole an linraway some morning wAnAt de dam below de mill f d1iInAn a mighty hjip of happiness i gButr1DaPat ober yer will steal V For it silts de pulses beating 4 JlWid a magic kind of thrill When yer hang li iopoun juniper At de dam below de mill At When yer gin to take de fever An yet feel incoming on j Why yer boun ter go a fishing Des as shore as Yare bom v Den youd better git yer trappiny In de proper kind ohx r fir r tM Anf go an hear de muse When yer reel aspinnin clicks For he lushes froo de watf r At apace thats fit to kill When yer hangs a fopoun jumper iAtdedam below de mill f G W Ol In Danville Advocate te What Paricia1lgage Will do to rMonaYBack Stop falling hair in two weeks iICure dandruff in two weeks Stop splitting hair v v Stop itching scalp immediately Grow more hairt Make harsh hair soft silky and lux uriant sseyebrows As a hair di essing it is without a pee it coutaina nothing that can possibly hprm the hair it is riotstfcky oily o greasy itis used by thousands to keep the hair healthyitprevents as well aS j cures scalp disease For women and chlldrenParsian Sage is the most delightful hair dress ing and should be in every home Leo largebottle Thi Springfield BUB nOI per year The Sun and CourierJournal 159 Mrs HMEhnilh saysux I CureIstMniatsatzdataeryreaedyI oaJy TcoThe Average Cost of Living 1 Itis estimated that in 1906 4tNtof living was nearly 12 per cent hifijr than it would have been without a fir Iff Hence calculating that the aver age family consumed 941 worth of slap plies per annum its increased payment account of the tariff ras111 6f Ion 111 1650 went to the govern in collections and 9450 went to trusts in high prices Of 9450 was on woolens more than Jlf00 1625 625 on beef mutton and etc In 1910 thecoet of living beiiiR 15 per cent higher than In 1O8 the average family pairs1060 of which 10 per eriu rv08 is tribute teX the trustq and other protested induairwe invariablycausedand yields quickly to the free applica LintmentsThieliniment iteIKenlucky fair Datesf r yMHenderson July 165 days Lancaster JuIY2T3 days V W Versaihed u tt Dan Jlte August 33 tfay t Lexmgtdn August 8G day laylor3viller August 94 days Uniontown August 95 days Harrodsburg August 94 dayav daysVanceburg tawrenceburg August 164 days daysBroadheadEwing August 174 days Shelby ville August 384 daygy London August 234 days qayaEllandaysFernday51Hardstown = August312daYLAFlorence Mohticello September 63 days HodRenville September days FalmoUth September 284 days Stpmber DeathrHow an appalling calamity in his fern rlily was prevented is told by A D Me ald of Fayetteville N C K FD INoS My dister had consumption he writes She was very thin and pate had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all reme MM DiscoverIever saw or heard of For coughs colds lagriPeecrouP hemorrhageall t no equal We 100 Trial bottle freeGuarntHd by Haydon Robertson = SAVE YOUR FOWLS I BoarAflif Pettrj Cmre Is recognized as the standard poultry remedy of the world It is the one remedy that eon be depeacle4 on with absolute certainty to sure and prevent Gapes Cholera Roup Llmbcrncck rrMeem and all exist ng lorms of die A few dropsA the drinking water Keeps fowlshealti andcasesv Mo bottle makes 3 gallons of medicine For turkeysIIBourbonPoultry CurelHAS NO EQUAL W W RalMM Rr I Maaalactared Ir tr 1raisedBourbon Remedy CoI1peaUIAt All Uadlnf Orwsjsjlsto ao per Bottl Trial Vial Free Fir saU by HAYDON t ROBERTSON Irgfistsr RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city resilience and place yourself in a tkwitkHi x to the latest market quotations at any tme ihis can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which and your neighbors get for r sum that is small com pared with the benefits received Call or address our sear est office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special LINEM 11rate If you are not at present enjoying telephoto service iwe can immediately interest yon Our lines cover e States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi LouisiaM and the 1 southern portion of Indiana and Illinois l j CUMBERLAND TELEPHONEk TELEGRAPH COMPANYcv i t tedl t t l t rrj t jl t tL J r r Ii 4e J 1SUPPLEMENTahQ SPrib fteldSunWe teill J r June 221 191O lJ i f County y kL f i 4 1 t fr5 f ft iq i l 245G1xl t f i vtTt tff r ili AYSa jCi l Ja I ilTHE PREMIUM LIST THIS YEAR WILL TSE LARGER AND MORE ATTRACT 1 E THAN EVER BEFORE AND Y4ti EVERY EFFORT IS BEING MADEI a Z T0 GIVE THE BEST FAIR flfC IN THE STATEj tu 11 e owners and Handlers ofStock beginapreparing their stock at once in order that it may be in as good condition as possi J41by- THEPIRSTDAY the tiiite ofthe Fair I t r- rA- will be devoted to the showing of the products of tne home a Lfacm and all ifthe tidies arerinvtted ocomeas tne aiguest rot Association ft it oi THE SECOND D YLAll School Children of the Cowty will be Admitted FREE y V IIt Everyone f Help to Make d H i r 1tThe sFaira Success 11 JJ rr kJ kfil i A Royal Tritiro The American Tdlicco Cbtnpany There Is no question before the people of Kentucky of more vital and overwhelming interest ittan the whale subject of the reising mirkeling manufactur rngand sale of tobacco and the profits accruing Jrom the pro auction of the weTdtq the t ari ous men interested the grower the middlH mad and the inauu factures That there may he some realization ofthe profits obtained by the manufacturer we take from the Wall Street Journal an article showing the dividends paid on the common stock of the American Tobacco Company for the six years from 1905 to 1910 inclusive The aggregate oft he dividends paid in these yearas shown is seventy millions 0f dollars 175 per cent oo the par value of thecapital stockof the American Tobacco Company every share ol which is water as pure as fans from the heavens The common stock of this comp represents no investment of money but simplv the power of this compeny to earn mooev because of the combiuation which has enabled it to buy its material at jis own prbe and to sell its ridct8tjts own price This trust bs been in opera tion for years In defiance of the law and in contempt of pub lie opinion itv has pursued its own sweet way Suits have been brought against it But upon one pretext or another for one assigned reason after another they have never been pres ed to a conclusion No officer of this trust has been icon victed of violation of the crimi naIlalVISeventy millions of dollars talon frorItthe people of the country and distributed to those who own the common stock of this company within six years is the tribute the people pay A princely tribute it is No king or emperor of Europe has so large ap annual income from his subjects as the American people pav to the owners pf the common stock of the American Tobacco Carapany But though no officer of this company has been sent to jail dr branded as a felon because of the violation uf the Sherman antitrust lawseight residents of Grant county pin heretofore of high character whose offense was preventing jPUNjr with or without force th shipment of four hogsheads of tobacco hary b en tried and convictdas felonsfAnd this same American To acco Company has maintained bbyists at the Capitol at Frank fort aid at the Capitalist Wash ington it has in its employ men who have been elected to high office by the voters of Kentucky men who today bold Jcommis sion as servants of t e frmen who expels to recive the votes of people of the State in coming elections Lexington Herald No Reason For Doubt A Statement of Facts Backed By i AStron Guarantee i We complete retyef to all sufferers from constipation In every owe whertwe fail we will supply the medicine frees ReD Orderlies are a gentle effect lye dependable and safe bowel tegula tvfr esfabhsh tr pgtherier and tonic They re natures functions in a quiet easy way They do not cause any in convenience firripinjf jr nausea They ar o pleasant to take and work so easily thatthey may tie taken by any poe at any time They thoroughly tone 4p the whole system to healthy actrvity Itexall Orderlies are Unsurpassable and ideal frUie use of children old folks And delicate persons We cannot too highly recommend therit to sall suf ferers from any form of con Uptkn ind its attendant evils Two sfies lOc pU2cl fCem ember you tan obtain Bexall Remedies in this community only t r store TjiewReJxallStorc Leo ifaydon nnvUHLI She wad a very little girl with halo like spun gold big brown eyes and red mouth lUke a wax dolls She stood In the little arbor an James came up the Jbad end bt thought he had never eanything bo b uL He noticed that she was Unhand slender too that her r ere dainty and her bauds white Af lite came nearer she stepped out fro the arbor and atked with a little curl of her you my cousin James Cree leyHe was ocly a country boy and so stood and stared in amazement Theo he ejaculated Me Yes Your cousin No But you must be persisted the girl would see you andshe addedwith a glance which took In every detail of lames Costume from the bare feet to the Ihic- korysh1rt they said you were a handsome lad And with tshe sniffed a di dainful little sniff and walked stl1l1ttowar4 the house Jim stood looking after her a flush mantling thej freckled cheeks nod the white forehead under tup red hair He saw the white dress vanish as she turned the cornei4 of the house and ha walked on He reached the barn just as Mary had finished milking the cows Dont you know theres company she asked as she swung the milk pall around to seethe bubbles dance And theyre going to stay for a waeitMa d you ought to be dressed A week hms heart wouli have unk Into his boots had he worn any As It was it seemed to go up into bU lumpHechickens Intorthe benbouse sand put ting the farm tools away Then he went to the house His mother met him at the dejor and gave him a list of directions which made his bead spin The result was be came dowij to supper looking like a city boy But the freckles and red hair were still there As the days Went by thetcplor came Into thewhiteheeks of the little golden haired girl and when ber mother had to go back to the city she decided to leave her to stay another week or so Jim felt that the cows were ugly now the horses were slow the frelds of wheat and timothy and the wild roses that grew in the hedges were all dull and drab JHe could only find sun shine when Iltt e Nell wae with him She hated a boy with dirty bands who couldnt dance bid who was awkward and stupid zalongout the gate She had a long piece of white thread irijbef liaM and carried three pins In mouth flFlsllinb said Jim She had heard her uncle say that there were pleaity offijah in tieDee brook if peopleiweretnpttpo4tiaBy to catch e some then Jim would see that a clygirJ could do more than a country boy Her proud little nose turned up If the very mention of the name The brook was soon reached and Nellie sat dowaand tbrewkertline as far out as she could Shewatchcd the hook float a moment and then d sap pea rShe listened to the chirp of the birds Iff tile trees aJ nrtfctfbak 8he MW the sunlight glitpraer through be l drowsySuddenly r line had slipped from her hand lndc gas coating in the iwtte almttfrxt- her reach fie n d o er and L supreme effort cakght it feat could sot pull It In Oneeadwa caught fast under a stone Jin the middle of the brook She thoughts of the fish she meant to catch l1d gave two brfhree bard tugs Thjere was aJ jerk the tring broke heriteeCsltit on the slip rry bank and the next moment the little girl was sfrtiggiiag Irf the water and the water cjpsed tUoyMhe golden bead leaving ever widening circles shimmering on the surface of the brook There was a great rustling among the bushes a white face IDi a crown of red hair fippekred for a Second and then both hfeffbMgedintp fa water Nell felt her hair being pulled very hard wouderett afterward why It fook her breath a ayand why she was soso sleeper When Jim ra de his appearance at the farmyard with life clothes wring lug wet his halt standing Pit cad and the little bundle of moan l fU inns Sirs Farmer all but had hysterics She said he waaj a brjite oy Rhea he told the story but kapwrng bow to swim and glvln ones life up for another were qUltevWMUfoih r boys The next day JI was tp 0 home She came out tst2ieef bar w1ir Jim was the ows and st lov ingly caressing the velvetabee of the ispotted calf I am jg0ln away Jim she said shyly vaijdI camf tg t qi ypnfbi saving my life calflaeadH6 jta mn rd fjothiiiKaj jt not OIdnaryButwouldnt IL iCyc a hadnt come Mebbe said Jim Ifamma wdiJfcTnavV beeneerg sor ry continued Nejl IB her jwlt little voice dJ a1ry It he continued Btffj g tl- ibogys ieaditk her ftk Ialld- oQ Ifai uPff JIIt fv- 1hetb9keda9 4 iJ waafypti d- and fajt see ueto ome win e POWk MamaY4e tN = ld- kud n1M evet since thougnfeo iIIoa11 a eeuntl t f Itl Zr