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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t a bt pr1nftcth nn ir DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY l rz YOLHME VI ri SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY I JUNE 29 1910 NUMIEI3I 1c d r 4i 4111 ANNU AL REPORT 1 Of State Fire Marshal Neikirk Shows a railing Off in the Number of fires The Sun acknowledges the receipt of State Fire Marshal Neikirks Fourth Annual Report which is a very compre hensive document exhaustive m itt de tails From its pages we gather the following statistics in regard to fires During 1909 there were 1722 fires in Kentucky The total loss was 2496 95127 During 1908 there were 2018 fires in Kentucky which entailed a loss of 61849Mris enthusiastic over the report and says that since he has been in charge of the office losses from con flagrations have been reduced almost to A minimum and today KentucKYs av erage for the number of fires and the amount of the annual losses is very low An interesting part of the report is a comparative statement which shows how persistent are those who are strivf tng to cut down losses and abate mcen f diarism Following is the table Sires reported in 1908 2018 Fires 1909 1722 Decrease 296 Fire loss in 1908 256661349 Ie h 1909 249585127 Decrease 69762 22 Incendiary fires reported in 1908 145 Ie 1909 70 Decreaie5g21425320 Loss from fires 1909 14862440DecreaseThe 1722 fires reported at the office of the State Fire Marshal came from reportedknown und 1270 accidental The char damagediaResidences v 907 h Barns andstables 187 Stores and other buildings tf 628 McELItOYRANDOLPfl Miss Lydia McEIroy asd Mr Chas T Ran dolph Married at The Presbyterian Church this Afternoon x A beautiful wedding ceremony was performed this afternoon at 4 oclock at the Presbyterian church whereby Miss Lydia Lee McEJlroy and Charles T Randolph were made man and wife Rev R E C Lawson performed the ceremonyThe was beautifully decorated with potted plants ferns and flowers the altar appearing as a veritable bow er of plants and flowers The brideen tered the church upon the arm of her brother T Irvine McElroy who gave her In marriage She was met at the altar by the room who was attended by Harry ONan The ceremony was performed beneath a floral arch from which was suspended a wedding bell Ttie ushers were Messrs W H Whar ton and J Charles Greene and the ribbon girls were Susan McElroy and Wanda Campbell The bridal party marched to the altar to the strains of Mendelssohns wedding march played by Miss Annie McChord Miss Lizzie Waters sang I Promise Thee as they entered the church und Adora ton after the ceremony had been com pleted The bnde Was beautifully dressed in white all over embroidered and wore a large white rose hat She carried a ghnxv r bouquet of brides roses Afte t e r m n Mr and Mrs Randolph left for a northern tripto be gone until August 1st after will be at home at Clinton Oklahoma where Mr Randolph is u prominent at torney SPARROW Farmers are progressing nicely with their work and crops of all kinds are looking fine The tobacco crop is cut short to some extent in this vicinity on account of the scarcity of plants J C Stewart sold to Jas Barker one much cow for 30 Frank Sweazy and wife of Antioch spent last Sunday at the home of E T Mitchell W C Cammack wife and daughter spent last Sunday with J C Cammack and family at Chaplin John Breckenridge and wife of Louisville are spending a few days with H G Dadisman Neal Hahn and wife spent Sunday and Monday with Dr Hoffield and fam ily at Lawrenceburg There was an aeroplane passed over this vicinity last Sunday It was going east and was very high E T Mitchell our new merchant is doing quite a large business The hot weather we have had recent ly has led us to think that summer has come at last- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves banish sick headache prevent despondency and invigorate the whole system Sold by All Druggists Another Scrap Evelyn Mason and ZelmaPeters two superlatively dusky damsels aged 14 and 16 years engaged in a scrap in front of the colored restaurant last appliedIgoodly portion of her wearing apparel It was charged that one TCm Edelen sometime soldier and now cobbler was the bone of contention between the two Amazons although they stoutly denied that they were fightingover him In police court each was given 5 and costs DECLINE OF THMEGRO Considerable falling Off miColor ed Children of School Age It is significant fact that there has been a falling off since the enumera tion made a year or two ago of ten thousand in a 9geage among the whites have increased is as great or greater ratio But the and wherefore of this has not been iven put and no tangible theory has mat1terCaucasian has come In contact with the people of other races the latter have gradually diminished in numbers andas was the case of the Indian have sometimes almost totally disappeared Can it be possible that time probTeminly the colored population will become but a remnant of what it is today It uponthesegregated entirely to himself he would be left far behind in the march of prog ress as a race and finally lapse into tmayherethat the figures show this unaccounted for falling off in colored children of school age in Kentucky Closing fxerciseS of s St Josephs School The exhibition giyen by the children of St Josephs Catholic School at Fred encktown on last Thursday June 23 was indeed an enjoyable and Very in teresting entertainment- A of about twelve numbers was carried through withouta fault Each grade had a performance arid the comic plays and songs were delightfully rendered Everyone who appeared on the stage seemed to be perfectly at home Notwithstanding the oppressive heat a large crowd was filling the han and were very much pleased with the work of the bovs and girls which were exposed for exhibition The medals and premiums awarded were a proof of the interest placed by the pupils in their studies A medal for scholarship was awarded to Magdolene Thompson Lloyd Thomp AuberryAwas merited by Magdolene Thompson and Maud Mudd and drawn by Maud Mudd Asia Simms obtaining an honorable mention The awards made for regular attendapce were divided be MayShercliffwas given by the vote of the teachers and pupils to Maud Mudd The children were glad to reap the reward of their work and to obtain a few weeks rest but were saddened at the farewell they had to bid their good teachers the Sisters of St Catherines TULIP FOR FALLING HAIR YOU Run No Risk When You Use This Remedy We promise you that if your hair is falling out and you have not let it go too far you can repair the damage al ready done by using Rexall 93 Hair Tonic with persistency and regularity for a reasonable length of time jit is a scientific cleansing antiseptic gerrti icidal preparation that destroys micro bes stimulates good circulation around the hair roots promotes hair nourish ment removes dandruff and restores hair health It is as pleasant to use as pure water and it is delicately perfum ed It is a real toilet necessity We ant you to try Rexall 93 Hair Tonic with our promise that it will cost you nothing unless you are perfectly satisfied with its use It comes in two sizes prices 60c and 100 Remember you can obtain Rexall remedies in thi comnwnity only at our storeThe Rex all Haydon Drug Co StoreThejea fr OF VITAL PUB LIC INTEREST A Timely Warning About flies from the State Board of Health IIn every town arid locality in the many people have failed to heed the numerous warnings Ithat have leen 1ssuedm regard to flies Attention has been called to the fact that they are one of the most dangerous to life and health with which mankind has to contend being re sponsible for a large proportion of all cases oftyphoid fever and diarrhoeal diseases of infants and many cases of tuberculosis and other contagious dise as es hsinwork of destruction until housekeepers waken to the fact and inaugurate warfare that will result in their extermina bon This can be accomplished definitely requiresonlyTHEREMOVAL Without11th0 per cent of them breed in stable anure and the balance In garbage outhouses and othe forms of refuse The fly season w at hand Prompt manydeathsaUhealthofficers ocleaningffurther accumulations of filth avoided Stable manure should be kept In vaults or boxes screened or covered or frequent ly sprinkled with lime Or kerosene and s weekGarbafully covered and the contents sprinkl ed with unslaked lime or oil Privy Vaults should be made flyproof and their contents frequently sprinkled with lime In addition to the measures for the prevention of the breeding of flie every effort should be made to prevent them from entering the house or having ac cess to milk or other foods v iaythoseshould be screened Food exposed for sale should be screened and ordinances to this effect should be enacted atd enforced awayfromin the sick roomi should be killed Excreta and urine from the sick should be covered with fresh lime for an hour and then buried People who have cleaned their own premises should demand that their notifyherefusals It is important to remember that no hous is safe unless every other one for a mile around is clean This applies especially to tenants house and negro quarters The saying of life and suffering will amply repay for all the trouble and ex pense EITHER MAN MUST KILL THE FLY OR THE FLY WILL THE MAN In Memoriam Lena Hamilton Barber who died December 26 1909 Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord Oh blessed sleep that will not break For tears nor jJrayers nor loves sweet sake painNoOh peace divine beyond all speech dymJtreachWe weep for the days that will come no more For the light that has flown from hearth and door For the missing step of gentle grace For a tender voice and a loving face But not for the soul whose goal is won Whose perfect joy has just begun Sale of Valuable Property The residence property situated on Main Cross St and which was owned by the estate of the late Martin Simpson was sold last Saturday by Judge I H Thurman executor of the estate and was purchased by T P OBryan for 4000 The residence is a nice frame building and the lot among the most desirably located in town The proper ty is now rented by Mrs Ida Clarkson who conducts a boarding house Saved From Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his fam ily was prevented is told by A D Mc Donald of Fayetteville N C K F D No8 My dister had consumption he writes She was very thin and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kingn New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds lagrippe croup hemorrhageall bronchial trouble it has no equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson SURPRISE FOR BEN JOHNSON I dS1 Large Crowd Gathers in B town to Greet the Popular x longressm An unusual outpouring of his friends and neighbors gathered at the home ot Hon Hen Johnson on Saturday even Ling June 18th and greeted him on his return from Wajhineton He had come unexpectedly to everyone except his family and it was not discovered that he was at home untiJlate in the even inIattended by a brass band the crowd hurried tp the home of Mr Johnson Uncle Taylor Clark of Balltown who happened to bern Bards town heard of the contemplated sur prise mounted a gray horse and led the MrTohnsonhospitablehomeupon the frontporch where Mr Johnson in a brief but touching speech expressed his appreciation of the thought frlfodsTheic pieces and the crowd was as greatly pleased with thfi meeting as was Mr Johnson by so genuine a surprise eveningthat000 for the publi building in Bards town and that the appropriation would certainly be made if any one else re ceived an appropriation for a similar purpose The gathering was one of the goOdfeelinghas accomplished so much for his county and the Foui th Congressional Die trict His friends believe he is entitled to anything he wants and the people of his home section delight to honor him Should he be nominated for Governor of Kentucky his majority in Nelson county would be overwhelming she rJebodyfiliation We are enthusiastically for him he is worthy and should receive it without opposition because of his eminent qualifications and party services in the past Bardstown Standard Death of a Good Woman Mrs Nannie A Bottom died at her home near Brumfield early last Thursday morning after an illness of only about a week with pneumonia She was 62 years of age and a woman who possessed many beautiful attributes of nind and character The funeral ser vices ook place Saturday morning at the Christian church Perryvill of which she had been a consistent member for more than a quarter ot a cer lturyMrs Bottom was the wife of Squire R B Bottom who is a member of the Boyle County Fiscal court ijHii Has arrow Escape While hauling logs for Everard Abel who recently purchased a portion of the Tom Johnson farm near Lebanon Clay Powell a colored man met with n accident that for the time being made him appear as dead as he will ever appear this side of the grave At the time the accident occurred tour men were loading a log on the wagon when a skid slipped and the log twentyfour Inches in diameter fell and caught theinegro under it With the skid across his face and the log acroshis abdomen his colaborers trembling with fright were sure it meant certain death Butsthey hastened to lift the log from body and after a brief was released With effodPowellI death he was carried siciah called Shortly the negro shown ed signs of resuscitation and regained consciousness in about two hoUls Last Saturday two days later he came to town and was as well apparently as before the log struck him Lebanon Enterprise ELECTION OF US SENATORS First Advocated by the Grange Sentiment NowGenerai The Grange as an organization first advocated the election of United States Senators by direct vote This senti ment has now become so general that there i nOone who attempts to give any argument why it should not be The peopl ishould be allowed to select all of their representatives Various legislatures have passed resolutions favoring the change and the people are demanding it and yet no change One of the most bitter was waged in Illinois during thelast session of the legislature the selection of a United States Senator The people of the State had indicated their choice at the primary but their expressed wish was disregarded Now the charge is openly made that votes were bought to secure the election of the successful candidate It is a disgrace to our civilization that any such acts or measures should be re sorted to that even arouse suspicion jnakingsale Investigations are going on letI us hope they may be unbiased and tho rough that the truth may be known The terms of thirty senators expire in Marchnext and the various legislatures will elect their successors Now is the time for the peor le to get m effective workSouthern Farmers Gazette Lame shoulder is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free apphca tion of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt andefIfectual but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by All Druggists I For The Comfort 1 I Of The Horse I IIThe above illustration shdws how horses may have sound irs and necks even when doing the heaviest work W No pressure on the and lower of the bone conse 11iin the proper place and in the proper manner II Call and let me show you and explain how and hyIit protects your horses Geo J Begemann IBPlUN FIELD KY IOLD RUBE the faithful old horse at the depot will show you his appreciation of this collar I rIf = rM A RELIC OF tpr Itt BARBAR4SMI Turks f jConstantinople alyiostinJnterrupted f driven out of the streets ofConstend nople + Perhaps no event could mark more paHy the progress of reform that is tbeing made in theircapitalbyt eiYoung Turks for the dogs are even more of an institution in Const ntino than Mohammedanism itself Dy hae risen and fallen there thai Romans succeeded the Byzantines the Goths the Romans the Saracens QsandrelentleagiegesparentlV forever Now at last their reign is over They whereforl resistlesslived their usefulness their occupation s gone The Young Turks have ai rived at goForers have been rushing through the city leaving ruin so far as the dog popula tion was concerned in their train Lassos wooden hooks and cages began the work somewhere irimerciful obscurity it was completed Today IS left of the great crowds of dogs that once basked at their ease jn the capit newlytannedSi gin to arrive in America next winter i the form ot wolfskin jackets for women muffs gloves and boas t FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT rt Mrs A C Freeman fonroiriy i Miss Camp of PerrYviuev and 7yearofd Son liv stantly Killed Macon Ga Tuna 28Two persons were killed and three others injured Georgiafteightcar near Monticello Mrs A C Free man and her 7yearold son were inS- tantly killed A C Freeman and Loonr Camp husband and 01 other respective RobeyKyMrsCamp are GampofwhohadandCampwentbadlyPerryville1Mrs Freeman was mar to a prominent and weali hy gentlemen of Southern Florida f eight years ago Mr and Mrs are well knows here the former having transacted bUJe- ssin Springfield and Washington coian ty Deep sympathy is felt for them in this community To Mammoth CaveA July 28th fram Springfield and 1if way stations oq regular train 600 a mr Only S3 75 rqund trip Board at hotel including admission to the several routs in the Cave for 550 A full and com plete trip to the great subterranean wonder only 925 One night for prom enade or dance Train will be held at Bard town Junction for connection on i return See L N Agent Rolla Vittpe of this county who was arrested in this city this week by Marshal Morgan on the charge of stealing some wearing apparel from Hagan Bros of f Bardstown in whose employ he hat been was taken to Bardstown by that official for trial Ehzabethtown News t Dandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to This Treatment rrWhy experiment trying to drive th dandruff germ from underneath tMi U skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressing when Leo Haydons Drug- Store will guarantee ZEMO a clean antiseptic sanative preparation to en tirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO is recognis ed as the cleanest arid mos effective treatment for all skin t ors eruptions whether on infantpr ratriniQji The first application tills thikebkMa- will cleanse and keep the icap iclean healthy condition Leo Haydons tDrug Store will refund our moyif 3 you are not entirely satisfied with suits from the use of Zemo fi j The Springfield Sun HL SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY J And about those flies There are no good tues except dead One Some strawhat symptoms are manP testing themselves AStronomers on the other band learn something new every day Judging by some of the recent fic tion more novelists mare of unsound mind than are legally declared Candidates for parliament In Hun gary are being pelted with stale eggs t Has Hungary no cOl storage houses Sc on some nervous people win begin worrying about what the comet will do when it returns seventyfive years hence = The Chantecler cocktail Is the latest but the man who drinks it crowingtheThe price of skunk skins has advanced 100 per cent so expect a big sire in several kinds of mink seal and ermine next winter Kissing Is safe says a Boston physician The young mans Jancy will farmoreNew York suburban railroads have raised the rate to commuters Here is la new Incentive for the flyingmachine mail to continue his activities From Lynn comes a story of bread juried in dry sand and kept sound and fcweet for 25 years This seems to be Another hint for coldstorage men Do not tell a boy how bad he Is says the superintendent ofa boys school No he might get haughty over having achieved such distinction Kansas will continue to raise corn lend put money in the bank without getting jealous or excited over dia fnond discoveries in the neighborhood Railroads are having trouble fixing transportation charges on womens pats They are not heavy enough to go by weight Why not charge by the acre Thanks to the California expert menters it is now possible to eat cacti and roses Itll be long before prickly fodder takes the place of mea and taters The scientists may prove or disprove the dangers in kissing but it will take all the kings horses to stop It andno one seems to be rounding ttp horses either j The Husbands union should inves tigate the case of the man whose wife beat him with her fists a stove poker a hammer and then had him arrested for assault and battery An engineer who ran his engin- into a train ahead of him says that the Lord ordered him to do It thu predicating another case of orders gone awry in transmission School children in various cities are voting against the firecracker and the Insane typo of Fourth of July The children see the point when you present it to them In the right way Somebody has found out how to make coffee from dandelion roots bu there is no immediate danger that the dandelion crop will be a failure owin to the fact that a use haa been found for It The Ornithologists union of New York has undertaken to try to restore tha wild pigeon Perhaps members of the Ornithologists union have nothing else that may be regarded t s worth while to do It Is an interesting and noteworthy fact that since tire promulgation of the Jaw of June 1907 the effect of which Is to simplify the formalities which ar Qe necessary preliminaries to m there have been bore weddin to France than at any period since tha spinning of the last century with th 187Inmnions to escape being sent off tight while in the latter many we dings took place which had been d layed by the war with Germany That submarine vessEls can make extended trips is shown by a recent experience with the Viper owned by the United States which in comma d ofa midshipman ran 487 miles from a point off the North Carolina coast to Annapolis Hitherto no such attempt has been made Of course the voyage was made on the surface as submar ines dive only when such action is considered necessary But that the Viper could go saf for such a distance unaccompanied by any convoy Is taken to show that such craft are capable of more Independent serVice than was supposed r In Zurich Switzerland the people have a custom of turning an effigy winter in the streets If It would he customight m s China has taken another great step toward western civlllzatlon and the emancipation of its women Tho daughters of the Chinese minister jft Washington have learned to makeI fudge When the American schoolgirl atmosphere gets Into any home how ever orientalized things are bound tc changed j i I KENTUCKY I I GLEANINGSWHAT I 2 DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 2 4 THE COMMONWEALTH t L MAN SHE LOVED MARRIED Miss Anna Anderson Swallows Carbolic Acid When He Dared Her Louisville Kyr tried to kill myself because the man I loved had mar ried another woman and there was nothing left in life for me said Miss Anna Anderson of Zanesville 0 as she was carried into the city hospital after she had taken a large dose of seen at the hospital Miss Anderson said she came to Louisville and Immediately began search for Fisher Shortlyafter she went to his home In answer to her ring at the doorbell Mrs Fisher went to the door and asked what she wanted- I told her that I wanted Gussaid the girl at the hospital and she asked me who I was I refused to tell her this and we started to argue Just then Gus came to the door and spoke to me very kindly finallyIwas going to take poison As soon as I said this he replied 1 dare you to and with that I took the bottle of ar senic from my pocket and swallowed Its contents DIED FROM INJURIES Auto of Glidden Tourists Clause of Accident Frankfort Ky Marie Hedrick wife of Frank Hedrick of Millville who was fatally Injured by being thrown from a surrey on the Versailles pike died at the residence of her brother inlaw In Annstreet The body was taken to the family residence at Mill ville and the funeral and burial was at ThursdayThe who were near the scene of the accident Indi cotes that after the horse became frightened at the passing automobiles and began to run Mrs Hedrick jumped from the surrey or in attempting pctpike fracturing the skull As soon as Drs Demaree and Minish made anI examination of her injury they an flounced that her case was hopeless and thatshe could live but a few hours She never consciousness County Attorney Wiley Marshall J made every effort to find out who were the occoupants of the car that frightened the horse and whether the occupants were to blame but was un informea e osf e CURTISS BREAKS RECORD Louisville KyBefore a crowd o more than 10000 persons Glenn Curtiss broke his own worlds record for a quick start with an aeroplane Prom the instant his helpers released Itwags The first eight of practical aeronau tics that the great crowd of spectators witnessed took place when Bud Mars Curtiss associate attempted to makke a flight in his machine the Skylark The operator was at no time able to reach a height greyer than 20 or 30 feet but his machine skipped along the ground several ofhalfLexington VaFinal comment hisgsan ington and Lee university were held in Lee Memorial chapel One hun receiveitd presidery d ItdClaudse A Virginia was one of the chief speakers One Louisville boy Raymond Magnus Strassel received the degree of Bachelor of Arts and John Milton Conant Jr of Pineville Ky received a degree as Bachelor of Science Hopkinsville KYThe state board of control of charitable institutions at Frankfort elected Dr H E Sights of Paducah superintendent of tl Western Kentucky Asylum for Insane near Hopkinsville There were man candidates for position which we made vacant by Gov Willsons ap pointment of Dr Thomas W Gardin as member of board of control Mihon KyMiss Ellen Hoagland womanlp at in the home of her nephew Dr F E Hampton with whom she lived Mies Hoagland was born June 21 1818 on a farm three miles from this place The court of appeals of Kentucky decided unconstitutional and Invalid the act of last legislature provfajng thatno negro industrial school should be located in any precinct in the state unless the majority of voters of pre cinct voted for its location BETTER GRADES i OF LEAF IN DEMAND Sales S UpGood Hopkinsville KyReporting on tho Hopkinsville tobacco market a broker has this to say Owing to small stocks of leaf sam pling and sales show considerable falling oft sales amounting to about 150 hhds This was about all leaf as lugs and low leaf tare not in as much demand as the better grades of leaf Quotations for the week range as fl BlowsLugsLow 6 to 650 common 350 to 750 medium 750 to 850 good 850 to 9 LeafLow 850 to 950 common 30 to 1150 medium 12 to 1350 good 14 to 1550 MOUNTlINs LAND IN Storm Near Bowen Causes Balloon to Descend Winchester KyHE Honey will and William F Assurman two aero- nauts en route to the Atlantic coast from St Louis descended in the mountains of Kentucky six miles south of Bowen just five minutes be lightIngThe howling wind uprooted trees and the electric storm played havoc with telegraph poles and lines They were traveling at the rate of thirty getthea fourhorse team hTe trip of 557 miles traveled was uneventful other than a zigzag course taken The journey of the aeronauts ended inflatetheFESTAL WEEK Famous byManyNazareth KyMany former pupils and friends were guests of the famous The5thh90th commencement exercises were the occasions which brought to the In stitution numerous visitors from the four corners of the United States es pecially Kentucky and the far south The exercises of the week were opened by the president of the Alum nae association Mrs D D Philips of Nashville Tenn who made an elo great address of greeting to the alma mater and the women in attendance This was followed by the alumnae ad dress delivered by Miss Geary of Lexington Reports were made from the branch vingtopUnionacademy Louisville All these record ed active work and interest FAMILY VAULT r Now Contains the Body of Colonel Latham Anderson Kuttawa KyThe body of Col Latham Anderson arrived from Santa Barbara Cal and was interred at placedinthe late Charles Anderson former governor of Ohioan brotherinlaw deathfofHCol Anderson in his younger dayg made extensive surveys In the southwest for the government and Kit Car fightersftWhen the Civil War was declared he graduated from West Point and en ArmyIbrigadier general STUDENTS GET DEGREES Cadiz KyThe lighting plant In jurtbeforeof the church Is a wreck The organ wad demolished Over 50 people were In the church put no one was seri ously hurt M G Buckner of Owens boro who w conducting the meet ing South Hawkins the pastor and E R Street were considerably andheadColumbus OMajE F Mcnphor ot the United States army won the cup offered by Gov Harmon for ofll revs charges In the Columbus horse show Connoisseur a beautiful chest nut saddler owned by Langhorn Tabb Anderson of Maysvllle Ky captured two blue ribbons when ridden by Mr Anderson and by Miss Ellen Rasmus sen of Chicago Frankfort KyGov Richard Sloan toof Arloha secretary of the Confer ence of Governors was In Frankfort ofYtime and place for holding and map Conerference of Governors Frankfort lWltb the exception of disaster at Bro xder there were no serious accidents in in Kentucky of any consequence dun Ing the present year so that Ken tucky earls all the states In the union in safety of Its mines The tonnage of coal mined shows a favorable increase in 1909 over that of 1908 by the report madeijy C J Norwood chief mine inspector The largest gain IS In Eastern Kentucky The output of commercial coal far the calenqar year 1909 amounted tc 10290145 short tons J t EDITORS GET A CORDIAL WELCOME AT MIDDLESBORO Kentucky Press Association Members Enjoyed Hospi tality of Middlsboro = Mayor Helburn Gave Keys of the City to the Assembled Hosts Middlesboro KyTwo hundred strong including wives and daughters the members of the Kentucky Press association arrived here The outof town purveyors of news and opinions cOlIfmitteethese men saw to it that the visitors had no worries about baggage or Hotel accommodationsWhile the incomers were T C UNDERWOOD President Kentucky Press Association tired out after an allday journey they were as enthusiastic as could be over the Informal reception which was given them by the clubs of Middles boro headed by Mayor Emil s Hel bun who in an address of welcome turned over the keys of the city to the yuill pushers from Kentucky The meeting was called to order by President Tom Underwood of Hop kirisville Maj Helburn delivered the welcome address and Col W3 Halde man of Louisville responded President Underwood paid a High tribute to the mountain people dad their progressiveness When the session adjourned a special train was in waiting to take the party to the Bry son coal mines and toy enjoy a luncheon at the bungalow of State Senator Daniel Cooper Swab of Tennessee President Tom Underwood smiling as usual made his annual address after remarking that one of the things an executive officer has to submit to Is making annual addresses i Under cover of much wit and fun the president gave the state editorS much to think about regarding the evil stories that make their way into the metropolitan press about the unsavory and b0QdthIrsly character of the mountain sections Mayor Helburn paid a high tribute to the press and the people of South eastern Kentucky He laid down the lines of progress and referred to the unsurpassed resources of this section of the state Col W B Haldeman chairman of the executive committee of the asso ciation responded on behalf of the editors thanking the mayor and the citizens for their hospitality and the warm welcome they had shown the newspaper men He said that while the welcome might not have boon on such an extensive plan as that accord ed Roosevelt in that memorable Back from Elba scene that was pulled off in New York the other day it surely was quite as effusive and probably more heartfelt Then came a Surprise to the most of these present in the hall Mr Underwood announced that Mayor William 0 Head of Louisville wculd t make a short talk He limited the executive of the states metropolis to three minutes Evidently Mr Head was as much surprised as any iTersbn who heard the announcement He tried to get away but there was no use They ledhlm up to the front Mayor Head of Louisville told his audience that it was the first time he had visited Middlesboro in 20 years and marveled at its growth He said that it was the desire of his city to work hand in hand with every munic ipality in the state for the betterment of conditions and the upbuilding of the greatest state in the union The doings of a day included a spe cial trip to the home of Senator Daniel C Swab at Hardrandt Tenn where an elaborate luncheon was served to 175 guests and trip through the Bryson mountain mines dncoal cars Returning to Middlesboro the newspaper folks hurriedly got dinner and began anew the gay revel The whole town turned out in Its best clothes Practically every busi ness house wore a complete covering of flags and bunting The main streets were strung with multicolored electric bulbs The townspeople did their best to act as guides and the univer extendedhelpedThe reception which vas jn charge of a womens committee was followed by a band concert and liquid festivities and the revelers made for the ball room at the Middlesboro Hotel where the first dance was tripped until the early hours Among the prominent members of the association who were here are T C Undeiwood of the Hopkinsville New Era president of the organi a tion D 11 Bowmar of the Versailles Sun secretary and Col W B Halde DANIEL M BOWMAR Secretary and Treasurer Kentucky Press Association man chairman of the executive committee Miss A Louise Babbage of the Breckenrldgo News whoIs known as the sweetheart of the Kentucky Press association was also hereiLew Brown an old CourierJournal reporter and former president of the association camp all the way from St Petersburg lato be with the Ken tucky boys once again He took an active part in the festivities and recounted a number of ripe tales of the old school days C Ii Hill has succeeded David BI Thurman as publisher of the Taylors vllle Courier J W Hill will be the manager and editor 7 r tYuTMISS A LOUiSE R3ABBAGE h INA SERIOUS CONDITION A Case of Terrible Kidney Trouble Henry Palmer Cole and Walnut Sts Bafrnesvllle 0 saysUMykIdney anZd exposure in the army The awful pains across my back gradually became more severe until I was in 7 constant misery liy feet and hands wera swollen to twice their naturalsize The kid ney secretions were In a terrible condi tion for months I voided what seemed to be clear blood I became so dizzy everything seemed to whirl My con dition was alarming when I began using Doans Kidney Pills Before long I improved and was soon strong and wellRemember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y v Not Transferable Miss A had on a skirt of delicate fawn color which the others coveted Do bequeath that skirt to me Miss A said one friend It matches a waist of mine exactly 1 dont see what you want of this old skirt Miss Areplied Its on its last legs nowSuccess Magazine SKIN BEAUTY PROMOTED In the treatment of affections of the skin and scalp which torture disfigure itch burn scale and destroy th hair as well as for preserving lying and beautifying thecomplexion hands and hair Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are in fallible Millions of women throughout the world rely on these pure sweet and gentle emollients for all purposes of the toilet bath and nurser y and for the sanative antiseptic cleans tag of ulcerated inflamed mucous surfaces Potter Drug Chem Corp Boston Mass sole proprietors of then w Cuticura Remedies will mall free OD request their latest 32page CutIcur haireHad a Reason Why dont you call your newspaper the Appendix asked tie enemy of the political boss Any special reason for wanting ms to do sot- Well Its a useless organ Hows This We offer Qaa Hundred Dollars Reward for arf iraaCatarrh OWefor the lact years and believe him perfectly boa financiallyable oJIIaUsdirectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the PIIbotUeTake Haws Family Pills for constipation Right Name at Last Let me show you our latest novel haberdasherybutton Named in honor of Cook and Peary oBy Jovellaughed the humorous customer They couldnt find abettei name for a collar button Why not- Because it is so hard to locate Why He Whitewashed A county doctor tells a story ofa man who moved into a dilapidated old cottage and was found by the doctor busily whitewashing it inside and out Im glad to see you making this old place so nice and neat said tie physi cian its been an eyesore in the neighborhood for years Taint nothing to me about eyesores way the reply The last couple what lived here had twins three times and I hope whitewash Itf a good disinfectant ys see weve got ten children Paired vSheand Volunteered much Information to then fair stranger who had come down te see an important event in the country townthe laying of the foundation stone of the new church Yes prattled the old adyothat is the duke acd duchess and the couple behind them are the mayor and mayoress and those two to the right are the vicar andervixen IdeasXA DETERMINED WOMAN Finally Found a Food That Cured Her When I first read of the remarkable effects of GrapeNuts food I determined to secure some says awom timIsome m a cago traveler withuadenand vomiting Tried all sorts of remedies and physicians but obtained only temporary relief As soon as I began to use the new food the cramps disappeared and have never returned olyold attacks of sick stomach were a little slower to yield but by continuing the food that trouble hatdisappeared entirely I am today per fectly well can cat anything and everything I wish without paying the penalty that I used to We would not keep house without GrapeNuts My husband was so delighted with the benefits I received that he has been recommending GrapeNuts to his customers and has built up a very large trade on the food He sells them by the case to many of the leading physicians of the county who recom mend GrapeNuts very generally There is some satisfaction in using a really scientifically prepared food Read the little book The Road to Wellvilleiri pkgs Theres alleason Ever rend the above letter A aew Theyareintercut j I I i h W1 W1 W1 Fulle Trueringing ive Interest You Cant Help But En joy tt f 4 1fty tty J cVi An- Heirr 10 rd Millions BY FREDERICK REDDALEr 1 A Wonderfully Fascinating Stoiof Absorbing Human Interest r 1 Dont Miss the Opening Chapters They Will Appear Soon 1 AN HEIR TO MILLIONS Is an exceptional work of fiction woven around the experiences ofa young ma who suddenly inherits a big fortune r 1t if A story that pictures a youn man suddenly made heir to unlimited wealth 1It A story youll be surev to en joy fyou are fond of good fiction fe 11 l A story that moves wit rapidity to a happy J t5 5 r AI Serial- Exceptional of Love Interest About to ea in These iColumns i t t t z + ttt + + +fotiZt t ++ + ROUND ABOUT I THE STATE i+ i MOST IMPORTANT NEWS i GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY +H H+ + QH UTYABdVE AVERAGE indications Are for Fine Crop i Though Some Speak of Shortage Hopkinsville Ky Wheat harvest began in this county and n full blast all of this week The wheat has ripened slowly which is torsi- tered altogether In its favor and i many instances the early putting was only of portions of a field where the jgraln had ripened faster than the rest crop this year is expected to prove a good one Some predict a shortage in the yield owing to small heads but an extra flue quality of the grain The prevailing opinion though seems to be that the and quality will both be fully up to if not in excess of the average The weather has been ideal for cutting the wheat and promlr s t u d through the harvest season v age this year is full ar y in the southern portion uty the broad fields are trail m ap pearance Other crops are looking well too The rainy season continued EO long that it was feared corn tobacco wheat clover and everything else would be seriously damaged but thein moisture held up just in time and was succeeded by sunshiny days and June hot weather The conditions have been righted with the result that all vegetation is improving wonderfully Gardens too Were decidedly backward until the warmer weather cum most of the vegetables not having veloped and produced as they should FAYETTE COUNTY TEACHERS Many Attend Educational Association Meeting at Henderson Lexington Ky About thirty teachers from this city attended the 39th annual meeting of the Kentucky Ed cational association which convent at Henderson for a three days se sion State university Transylvania u versity the city schools the count schools and Hamilton college we well represented on the program for the occasion Among the Lexington education- men and women who addressed ti meeting are State University Prof Louis F Snow Prof A M Miller Prof G StoutProfJones and Prof E Paul Anderson Transylvania UniversitY Presid R H Crossfield Prcff T B 1Ic artnay Prof Henry Lloyd Miss Margaret Moore The county schools were represe ed by Mrs Nannie G Faulconer Miss Anna Bean supervisor of ph ical training in the city schools dressed the association v RAILROAD WRECK Train 34 for Cincinnati Leaves Track Near Falmouth Falmouth Ky Train No 34 northbound for Cincinnati was wrecked at northnof over It is thought spread the rails as the engine did not leave the track but every car except the last one wer do railedThe baggage car and mall car were turned completely over Wand the end of the smoking car was mashed in and the trucks torn from all three distagace a or tie was left on the road There were three injured none of them badly however Charles Perry mall clerk of Butler was hurt badly although his car turned completely aver the door happened to be over a ditch and he escaped- DESCEriDANT OF POE And of Sixth Vice President Fatally Injured in a Runaway Louisville KyInjuries suffered whex thrown from a carriage caused the death of Mrs Thomas J BaCman wife of a wealthy wholesales uor dealer descendant of Edgar Allen Poo riphdixingWith no one to guide him the ho made a sharp turn unseating Batman and throwing her against tree Besides her husband Mrs Batman is survived by eight children Louisville KyThe balloon Cen tennial piloted by H Eugene Hon well and William F Assman tout ing for the Lahm cup passed over three points in Kentucky Shephards vile Richmond and Irvine It was headed eastward and was going at a good rate of speed When Shephardsvilfer vashere 30lag 3000 feet high nnd a note was d op ped by the two men In the basket The Centennial Is owned by the Aero club of St Louis lt started on1 ate Joumsy last week GOVERNORS ITHROUGH Executives of Arizona Kentucky Misr souri and South Carolina Have Exciting Ride FrankfoltThrough one of tho worst electrical and hail storms which mangyyearsgovernors and the wives of two of them dashed from Versailles to Frankfort and twice the lightning struck within 20 feet of the machine Once it struck the rails of the In terurban line Just this side of Versailles and knocked up a shower of sparks over the automobile as it whirled past A moment later it stnick the road Just ahead of tlje machine The four governors in the car were Governor Hadleyof Missouri Cover Andsel of South Carolina and Governor Willson of Kentucky Mrs Willson and Mrs Hadley were also In the car In addition to the driver They had been In Lexington and Fayette county theirtimeWhen they started home and when just outside of Versailles they wore struck by the storm Lightning was almost continuous and it played shout the automobile from the time they left nkfortThe governors say that it was tho wildest ride they had ever taken They reached the governors mansion un cqrainsprotected them The four governors met this week holdIngNovember A program was map governorsrsleft MERGER FORMED Agricultural College and Experiment eStation isbelievedto the agricultural interests of the KenIwas when the Agricultural college of the university and the Kentucky experi ment station were united under one foruthedinsthenly universityrement station and was formally ap actional aeorganlzatioi1will dlvidutFirstThe experiment station graduatntteachingUndergraduate extensiontn colysanadfarm sand soil surveys lectures In schools correspondence relating to popufaronstrative and Illustrative work MEETING OF GOVERNORS Frankfort and Louisville to Entertain Executives Frankfort Ky Frankfort gets the next meeting of the House of Governors On November 2P the governors of nearly every state in the union in eluding President William H Taft and Col Theodore Roosevelt will be In Frankfort to attend the conference of governors and they will be here for one day and one night and then will go to Louisville for the remainder of the conference The time and place for the meet ing was selected by the committee of three governors who had the power to act Gov Hadley of Missouri Gov Ansel of South Carolina and GoV Willson were the three gecrri ors Into whose hands the otbergov- errors put the question of Sxingthe time and place for holding the meet prepareence and to map wit a tentative pro gram for the coherence TRAVELING MENS DAY Paducah Ky October l tholnst day of the fall fair has been deaig thIve onrse ittIng the affair advertising Traveling liens Day SNAILS IN TOBACCO Genestaltlgethering trouble with cut worms cutttn down the tobacco plants both in the beds and fields the snail began work havoc among the tobacco fields One farmer reports that over one acre of tobacco was cut down by snails Other reports show mac ri damage done This is the first time that any of the tobacco raisers have experienced any trouble with snails ir r tJo In Maiden Hair Fern FERN EMBROIDERY One of the Prettiest Summer Decoration for sea011T In nearly every summer home the dlnlngrqomthe NEAT IDEAS IN TUB DRESS ThingeWeather Is With Us The first costumo is In old blue linen three tucks aro made at the side of both skirt and bodice the latter has one wide tuck standing out dtof jhecuffstrimmed with largo flowers Materials required 7 yards 42 inc cs wide 3 dozen buttons t The other design although made in linen for summer wear Is a style It at apyrtrmThe color of our model Is sky blue frontta The skirt Is trimmed with a bandjof wide broderip onglalse from un er which the linen Is cut away Tie yoke Is of piece embroidery and Is outlined with a fold of darker blue slinen under the edge The obI g pieces of embroidery form a further trimming Hat of pale blue fancy str w trimmed with a feather mount Materials required 7 yards 40 Inches widens yards wide embroidery AoLotionoA good vegetable lotion to sot en and whiten the skin is made by hull Ing a quart of strawberries mash ng them through a sieve then tablespoonfuls of strong addingTIo each quart of berries until it draws plentyof juice dud strain through 1a fine muslin Bottle tightly and keep In a cool table which is a feature of every sum mer cottage living room The table la usually of some dark wood and set with domes and center piece instead of a large white cloth Sometimes a small lunch cloth la used but usually the dollies are liked best as they are delightfully dainty in appearance One of the coolest and most charming combinations for the summer table linen Is green and white and no lovelier set of doilies could ba Imagined than one of flue white linen buttonholed in scallops in a pale sil very green floss and decorated at in tervals with sprays of maiden halt fern The design given may be transferred to the linen by means of carbon paper or a stamping outfit It would be much less work and vttry pretty and unusual to have only spray of the fern on each doily stead of several as very simpje things are best In the summer Three sprays of fern are given one large one for the plate and tumbler dollies To embroider the fern use wash silks of different shades of green Embroider in longandshort stitch and Kensington outline for the sterna mw ore 1r nmI e Tucking is used a great deal on the summer gowns Swiss fabrics are often worn with a colored slip- Thisseason one finds entire coats and wraps of cretonne The elastic belts in difere widths are more popular than ever Coarse Russian braid is used great deal for trimming coats an capes The chantecler is found embroidered on the instep of the latest silk hosiery The tiniest of roses sire used trimming caps of muslin or lace for the baby The shoulder seam on the new skit waists is much longer than that last season Lingerie embroidered with the all pervading chantecler Is one of the fads of the hour Many of the summer coats have long revers that cross and button below the waist line A box plaited quilling of net is the finish at the wrist of a pretty sleeve seen recently Ribs of brass as well as of an white enamel are seen Insomo of th summer sunshades Separate blouses of black net with lace insertion are worn over an un derblouse of white Going away Costa An enterprising English dressmaker fills In her spare time making going away coats for little dogs This would indicate that the American belle who carrieS in ier arms the onlyfoolishIt Is said that these little coats are fashioned of velvet or cloth to match the brides traveling gown but to the vetfwonderful blanketS we made In o littlegirl days for brothers woo horse Pockets we are told if or the kerchief and for tolls gotta pare shoes for doggie finish tin coat Cold Water Only When the kitchen wall is darker than It should be and you suspect that part of the general grayness Is soot there is a ready remedy in cold water provided the wall be pointed or covered with enameled paper The paper should llrstbe dusted down with a feather or a clean cloth wrung out of cold water until clean Do not use warm water aslt Is likely to turn the paper yellow Be pure to rinse ths cloth as it seta dirty and also to change the Waterifrequentl1 if you would secure re 1i z J I AUTOMATIC SYSTEM r SCORES ON RIVALS IN TELEGRAPH TEST fJ 1 PLASHES 1000 WORD STOftVOP TAFTS SPEECH TO NEWSPA PERS IN ONE MINUTEHAND- TRANMITTED STORY AMiA- LONG HALF HOUR iAtcently In St Louis the Telepost Auto maUc Telegraph Co pulled Oft an illteresUng little scoop on its rivals IB connection with the speech of Presi dent Taft Before the newspaper mea present got outside the building a thou sand word story of the Presidents lr caption and speech at the convention YapolieSpringfield other point in the Middle West to diWithgreeting to the farmers of America given by Mr Taft for transmission over the automatic lines The feat was interesting as demon atrating the possibilities of the automatic system in connection with rapid press work In one minute from ita start the 1000 word story was in tJle cities named complete From half to a full hour later press association reports Bent by hand telegraphy be tfan to come along This achievement fulfills the claims byProfessorCurator of the Department qt Science and Industries of the Smithsonian Insti tution Testifying before a committee of the N Y Legislature he said Pearys PoleDiscoveryLabrador to the New York Times la ten minutes by this system instead of beinctransmittedThe Telepost transmits from 1000 ts 2000 words a minute doing over anjj one wire the same volume of business Mane over 65 wires operated by thin Morse hand method of transmission still largely used throughout the cqua try In the States where the system is commercially operating it Is effecting a revolution with its rates of a quarter regardlessinImportant extensions of the Tele post it was said today on good author ity will be opened shortly between Chicago Indianapolis and Detroit Toledo Cleveland Louisville and other cities in Michigan Ohio Indiana sad Kentucky The action last week ofJthe Senate Committee on the District of Columbia favorably reporting the bill to admit the system to the National Capitol presages the early compleUoa of Its line between New York and Washington Not Prepared to See MarjorIeDidnt you see the mouse Madge Why dear I Just couldnt see it I had my old stockings on To Make Tabl ClothS Last Table linen is expensive It costs agontcome from the wash with worn spots gooddCheap common soaps full of caustics that eat the linen are greatly to blame Easy Task laundry soap is an enemy thefortry it and if it does not surpriseand returntoGoodness Is the only Investment that never fails Thoreau PAINKHXEKIcolic ana diarrhea AaaHnlment for wounds aaa pialnsltliUQoqnUed SoSSoandCOc AaCandor is ever the brightest gem of true criticism DIsraelL 1 Hrs l4tstrter Soothing syrw forcLitdreateethtn BOttenl tbe p reclucHI- IJBiuUOaaUa7IDalaCurel1riD4COUc 2ioa1leWe dUnsung songs cheer no heartsA Williams DODDS KIDNEY fly PI LLS yinuGua g haW La DOUGLAS SHOES i6 4 s 363 25Q a f2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS MilIeu of men r-W L Doag la shoes be eaws they are the fcrr eat Jldcecualitrca- Wered1a the Made upon heaorrf the best leathers fcy tie fsuhtesiistW L Dntla 50O aqCustom al cestinc soi to 800 BoysD Joe 131260 4 sZ plybtstube No Substitute Fall Colorrelef- sAslt7enrdestles forlr Lonut s spbesafnet selsisbewlaYboaIMlI hUremrt L1- Jtt v esqt z THE SP INGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 11910jJio opi IIIIIltlf SPRING GOODS W z have the most complete line of Spring Goods for i the cultivation of gardens necessities about the house beautifying the lawn etc ever carried in stock in Spring field Below we mention a few thins and an inspection of our stock and prices will be a great saving to you Lawn lowers We have the lawn mower that umoresattsfactoryfit the market Cone and see h The Best Tobacco Ho The tf Tools oWe have a complete line of garden tools Rakes Hoes Shovels Spades etc and the best 2 Tobacco Hoes on the market Screen I son Market j Garden Stoves tAll kinds oflawn Hose Guaranteed We +z respectfully solicit ajshare of patronage j Shultz Cleaver I Hardware and Tinning tiiiriTi + w I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance l l SMITH Editor and Publisher sintered at the postpffice at Springfield for transmission through the as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION YearSixP1- fhree Month 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON WHERE ARE WE AT I Underthe caption Bribery in Uli npis arid elsewhere l the Louisville Post comments editorially in a recent issue as follows Bribery investigation in Illinois proceeds with vigor At Springfield Satr nrday indictments wore returned agamst- two representatives and four promoters of bribery These cases relate to a fund wised among the fishermen to de feat the State Fish Commission bill Oneis appalled at the revelations f corruption We are called on to res pect the law and pay due deference to the powers that be yet we see that Jaws are made by bribery and corrup tion and that under the device of enact ing bills for the benefit of the peopl- men are robbed of 1lieir property the State deprived of its power and privileges What is done in Illinois is confessed ly done in Pittsburg in the capital of Pennsylvania at Hrtrnsbur in Albany N Y and at Frankfort Ky There never was a time when the people of this country needed vigilance courage independence patriotic devotion to their own government as they need these qualities today They have been betrayed bv their own representatives They have been sold out by party leaders They have been bought and butchered by agents of the varied capitalistic organizations While the different States are considering crimes traced to greed there t an explosion in the Senate of the United States to which body men open a way by the use of corruption funds There in the Senate source of all legislative power There can be throttled every measure drawn in the interests of the there accor Wire We can saye you money ontit Screen Wire for Windows Doors and Porches All widths and all tit Sizes + flJ Perfection Oil The Blue smokeless flame and gglass oven door Ask those who have one about the pleasure of summer cooking t + your Plumbing + mails plieshisto the Senators to consent to the rob b of the Indian through tracts attorneys fees and the development of mineral lanes- Endorsing the above the Sun believes that this nation never stood in greater danger from unblushing graft andcor ruption in high places than it does to d yrThe recent scandals in connection with political corruption widespread and infamous have thoroughly aroused the people and they are voicing their displeasure with fro uncertain sound Reform should be the party slogan reform thorough comprehensive and unfaltering until his Augeanstable is cleansed and purified To the press of the country belongs the task ot sounding th warning aid it is to be hoped t atwIthoutrefe ence to party affiliation it will be found clamoring for more redempobour this hyJraheaded monstrosity graft In another column of the Sun there is published some data taken from the an nual sport of the iState Fire Marshal which is both interesting and instruct ive The information furnished is also very gratifying inasmuch as the report shows a marked decrease in the number of fires in 1909 and likewise a decided decrease in financial loss This Depart ment is indeed a boon to Kentucky an since its establishment hasdone a work Mr Neikirk our fellow towns man is now Fire Marshal and we feel safe in saying that in no State in the Union is there a more faithful and useful Fire Marshal HAPPY HOLLOW John Crow and family spent Sunday with the family of J M Shields at this place John Armstrong and wife spent Sun day with their daughters family Mr Perkinse and Walter Hanby spent Sunday afternoon in Tath am Springs J M Shields sold a horse to Coleman Settles prIce 100 Miss Myrtle Armstrong attended the meeting at Willisburg Sunday anUdined1 at the home of John Perkins and family recently Solomon Kays spent Sunday after noon with E L Parish near this place Mr and Mrs Samuel Crooke are re joicing over the arrival of a 10pound girl on the 16th inst Ends Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of irons ble The frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve trial con vinces Greatest healer of Bums Boil Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Haydon Robertson aeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoe dobo ai Keep Baby Good Natured Iby the use of our talcum powder vaseline etc They will cool and oothe his tender skin stop him from retting Dont forget a good nurs ng bottle either Get him one of ours and also some of the standard q infant foods to go with it Their use i will keep him healthy and happy too LEO HAYDON J THE PRESCRIPTION STORE- I 1000000000000 Dr GaF Burton T DENTIST Teeth Extracted with ou air CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky jfflce in Hapon Block dp stairs r Local News Notes During the high waters two weeks ago a bunch of Geese came to mv home at Fredericktown Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges S B Nally The Ladies Aid Socity of the Christian church will serve Ice Cream at the High School building at Mackville Thu rsday June 30 from 4 to 10 p m The Ladies of St Rose will serve court dinner in October Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Mr Leo Haydon FOR SALEThe sisters of St CathI erines have on display at The Robert sonClaybrooke Cos store a Tent which they desire to sell Anyone contem plating buying a tent will do well to see this one before buying A dance was given last night by the hop cub which was enjoyed by about twenty couples from nine oclock until three The music was furnished by the Bardstown band which was at its best enjoyableIo ng Mr Ed Grace who lives near Beech land and who is a brother ot Marshal J J Grace was the victim of a serious accident yesterday but one that fortunately did not prove fatal Mr Grace went into the stall of a mule which became fractious and getting him down pawed him and foil onhimMr Grace was finially able to crawl out and call for assistance Upon examination it was discovered that he was severely brused and had three ribs broken A Bargain Farm Of 420 acres fine Shelby and Oldham county land un pike four miles south of Beards on L N Electric Line 200 acres blue grass about 85 acres overflow bottom balance fine upland in cultivation no wasteland a fine stock wheat corn ortobacco farm no better in the corn belt of Kentucky a well built two story seven room dwelling and out buildings three barns three tenant houses fairlr good fencing plenty of water known as the Forward farm Terms liberal Address or call Morgan Yewell Agent- Bardstgwn Ky DEEP CREEK Those who went from here to Cincinnati on the pleasure trip the 19th of June were Mr and Mrs H Holderman Mr Henry Holderman Mr and Mis J L Harmon Mr and Mrs W B Elliott and Mrs Ida Elliott They report hav ing had a most enjoyable time while there llr and Mrs W B Elliott have gone to housekeeping recently and we are neighborstas their guests last Wednesday Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter and Mrs Vallie Millburn and children Mrs Gracie Cocanougher and little daughter Kathie were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Geprge Elliott Thursday East- Woodsie Elliott Co have remoyed their sawmill to Charlie Miltons farm near Mackville Woodsie Coyle aud wife of Jenson ton were pleasant guests of his moth er Mrs Mollie Coyle Wednesday night lastW D Cocanougher and wife and Mr and Mrs Martin Mathley visited Mr and Mrs John Isham near Perry ville last Sunday Miis Maggie Coyle spent last Mon day night with hel Mrs Vallie Millburn W B Elliott will begin at once to build the new schoolhouse Mrs Laura Best and son Pattie spent last week with relatives at Cor bin Ky Mrs Lucinda spent last week with her brother J S Coyle Mandeville Elliot returned home last Saturday from Si imstown where he 1E1IiotThe ladie Favorite Wherever Parisian Sage is Known it Has the Call Parisian Sage that most efficient ot- all hair restorers is a very delightful and refreshing hair dressing Besides positsells it for 50 cents a large bottle and will return your money if it does not cure dandruff falling hair and itching scalp in two weeks 4I had given up hopes of ever being cured of dandruff when I purchased a bottle of Parisian Sage It hasentirely removed the dandruff and has started a s t growth of new hair and all this after having been troubled 15 years I cheer fully recommend Parisian SageMrs Elizabeth Anderson MechamcsburgPa tli tIf4 tuTOO MUCH MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING i SVE ARE GOING TO A- KESpecialI Low Prices IN THIS DEPARTMENT 1 FOR THE NEXT SO DAYS t So that we may Reduce tHe Stock This is a good chance to get a BARGAIN and you should NOT fail to take advantage of it The stock consists of the Newest Styles in Spring and Summer Suits and you will ta liberal reduction On every one of them tget 1S I J We also have a ew Suits in both Mens and Boys which were fr carried lover and are offering them to you at V HA LFPRICE V fj See ifyour size is in this lot and get a bargain V 4ifo T One Lot of Mens and Young Mens STRAW HATS AT HALFPRICE + ITS HERE LOOKtt 25citpetaI lot of Youn M nsSocks19call colors 25c values One lot Meni Fine Shirts j X125and fl values for each 69C- C I We have many bargains to and will be glad to yout i i The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKEGO ii INCORPORATED tit t f SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t t + 1 +++ iiTiiTZi ++ +RY iii ti VALLEY HILL correspondentdecidedly ous ices too much for our welfare Guess we are excusable as the weatherman insists upon handing out the warmest ever RevW H Williams delivered an able sermon to a large and appreciative audience Sunday afternoon Miss Tingle of Louisville is visiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrs E D Kelly Jr were of H M Goatley and SundayrMr and Mrs C P Goatley visited friends near Polin Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Virgin of Maud visited their daughter Mrs J E Goat ley of this place Sunday Mr and Mrs B B Leachman of Pleasant Grove were of C L and wife SundayI Hark Shehan and wife of Moores ville were guests of relatives here Sun SundayMr Mrs Rufus Goodlett of near SundayM d a nice bunch of lambs from W T Beam at 7c per lb Wheat cutting is the order of the day in this section Wheat is some better than was expected Oats are not prom ising an excellent crop Only a few from this placeattepded court Monday seems to busy although most of our farmers are ahaad with their work Several of our tobacco raisers have planted a portion of their tobacco land corn as the result of plant tailure There is about an average crop set in this section however Trading fe dull here Real estate transfers are obsolete and most everything is on a standstill- In our search for news items during the past week we were lucky enough dir4coveranother prize fish story Our friend uncle Crume who on a picturesque slope overlooking Chap lin river in the northwestern part of this county is sponsor for this prize story and has added distinction to him Il Mens Black Socks j2Per pair 7 Mens Heavy Grey Mixed Sox 7Per pair 2C Silk If 19cWorth rY offer show though guests Grundy resides selfas well as another page to the fishing history thereby During the recent rains which swelled the streams considerably uncle Billys favorite trap played a pleasant prank upon its owner by housing within its formidable walls a monster catfish that bluffed its captors out at first However thinking discretion the better part of valor he proceeded to procure aid and after a tussle that was as exciting as tiresome weighhlgc1oemany inches in length with a head as e as the largest dinner plate and a body that was approximately 33 inches m circumference This is the largest catch recorded from Chaplin river Un cle Billy says that he will make a feed basket out of the fishs head and save his rib bones for walking sticks THORN VAUEY Miss Evelyn Ewing ot Danville is visiting her cousin hiss Della Ray Gregory MissMa r aretReed has returned from a visit at the Grundy home Mrs Katie Hopper entertained Misses Sue Reed Sue Edgerton Nannie Thom son and Rev Hudson at a six oclock dinner Friday evening J So Yankey is on the sick list Hallis Hickerson and wife spent Sunday with the latters sister Mrs Chas Marksbury MorsB Mr and Mrs Chas Grundy and little sp ternoon with Mrs Julia Leachman Wood I ham and wife are visiting rel atives at MackvilteIMisses Jennie Leachman and Thompson of Springfield spent NanmeI days last week with Mrs sey Springfieldspent Sunday at Tatham Springfieldard Hagin 81881IIIIr811 SOUR STOMACH Miojia Puts the Stomach in fine Shape in Five Minutes If your stomach is continually kicking up a disturbance if you feel bloatef and distressed if you belch gas Jilnifr sour food into the mouth then you need Miona Stomach Tablets the best prescription for indigestion ever writ tenMi ona stomach tablets give instant relief of course but they do more they driVe out the poisonous gases that cause fermentation of food and thoroughly clean renovate and strengthen the sto mach so that it can readily digest food without artificial aid Mi ona stomach tablets are guaran teed to cure indigestion acute or chron ic or money back This means that nervousness will disappear Druggists everywhere and the Leo Haydon Drug- Co sell Mio na for 50c a large box Test samples free from Booths Mio- ha Buffalo N Y I was under the care of four differ ent doctors during nine months and was cured ot dyspepsia by Mio naMrJo- seph Grondine 197 Fountain stxegilC Fall River Mass Booths Pills for constiPat- ion25cflYOME 1 Cures catarrh or money back Juft includinginhaler 8 81 18 Ii f Dipping tanks Pumps Sr Tinning and Plumbing I IGuttering and Repair Work a Specialty We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed I HATCHETT McPHERSON Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention 1111 11 el 18 111 11 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910 5 WHYE O To be frank we Bought Unusually Heavy this Season and theContinued Cold Weather Left us Heavily Overstocked and in order to Reduce our Stock we will make Sacrifice Prices in Each Department t OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN The Loss is Ours and it Affords You an Opportunity to buy better values than you have ever bought v CLOTHING j Included in this sale will be such Well h known makes of Clothing as Dart Schaffner Marx Suits for Men Hart Schaffner Marx 3Ptoo Suits 4 go in this sale at WawU Hart Schaffner Marx 2250 and 4 25 suits go in this sale atl p 1 O Ii 00I MocK Herman Cos Welworth Dressy Suits for Men 7oand25doSuits for 1700 2250 and 2000I 1500- I8oo and 1750 12i50 1650 and 1500 o tCMJp 1250 and 1000II 800 Seinsnimers Celebrated Perfec u tion Suits for Young Men and I Children f v 1800 and 1500 SUor 10 4iu 750 I 900 and 800 600 7soand 650 5OO- V 600 and 500 4OO cr 4W and 400 I 300 Extra Pants and Summer Coats pro portionally low V Allwool Ingrain Carpets at j CC Ingrain Carpets at i i 45e U c Sultana Carpets VA z5c e s Heftip Carpets v 12c Axminister Car ets iJ 100 85e Tapestry carpets 75c- hfatttgs I2tc to 25C and E- Wei will offer the extra on and MondayPt 94 Bleach Sheeting at 25c 94 Brown Sheeting at i 22 2C at e Apron Check Ginghams 74c Dress Gimghams Wl7cf 10e and 12 c Calicoes f5cif rJbCGoQd Sheer Lawns 5c Percales 0 7 6c Study these prices they are under the mill prices RUGS Z 4l f 9x12 Axrninster Rugs worth 25 go at W ivUvL 2000 9x12 Velvet Rugs worth 25 go at 2000 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 20gO atL 1500 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth i7 Ko go at 1250 9x12 Tapestry Brussell Rugs worth 15 go at 3 1150 9x12 Tapestry Brnssell Rugs worth i3qo go atV 1000 Just received a new assortment of 27 inch and 36 ihth Axminster and Velvet Rugs fiWe havent the room in this ad to mention article but ask that you come our store and our goods and hear the low prices that prevail the stock BARGAINS this sale we will offer unusual on the goods below We are showing a Genuine Silk Taffeta Uuderskirt in black andcolors well worth 600 four price durjng this sale f3m f 9 We are making special prices on Silk Mulls Muslins Dimities Dotted Swiss Ginghams etc Laces Lade Allovers Embroideries Flounces etc We are cutting prices deep on MeriV Womens and Childrens Oxfords and Pumps in Patents Tnsand Gunmetals r J We have just receiveda most attractive assortment of4 i v Cluett Monarch and fountain Shirts in Negligee and Plaited Allsizes and styles Full stock of Mens and Womens Underwear in Bal- briggan Porpsknit and Nainsook in full length three 75cathleticsWomens Vests 5c IOc 15e 25c SOc Allstyles Hosiery Gloves Ribbons Neckwear Belts Belt Pins Lace Collars ColarPins in fact we have tIle most attractive stockof Noveltiess we heve ever An of our stock shownIprices you money U Cut Prices on Carpets Rugs lace Curtains For 30 Days ICARPETS Jf60e ILnlOn 25iVeretCrpets Specials Saturday Monday following specials Saturday 9clvertisement eachI inspect throughout entire During bargains Inspection willsave f CURTAINS Nottingham Gable Cord r and Roffh d5o i5bISwiss Curtains at t and up to 5 per pair at reduced prices Curtain Nets Curtain Scowand Curtain Swisses in white echrue and colors CURTAIN POLES COTTAGE RODS WINDOW SHADES We Have a few Porch SHades thatswe will sellat cost 4 WALL PAPER We are Overstocked in this line and are offering great valuesrvf rVr 2oc Paper goes in this sale at i 12ic ISP Paper fl f vp X 1Oc i2ic Paper v uIU t 8c fl loc Paper 6jc u u7ic Paper rScIa 5c Paper 3ic CALL AND SEE US AND GET ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW PRICES L Cunningham Duncan Springfield Ky- LbM iI j ScS L SERIAL STORY The Master of Craven ftBMarieVanVorst Author of Amanda of the Mitt 111 Alls Desmond eIC etc ill 1I II n III Ii- kt 19if liT JBLlplaoott Company D SYNOPSIS poetJ84e4 shuts himself In Craven his meditationsare EngkwtSflore especially a synopsis of his new beingdlaturbeda4 rudely asks her to Repenting of fete rudeness he apologizes and otters to Rotate to Lucy who sits spellbound as writes Tempest Induces Lucy to re- fRain and read her manuscript to him Their interest In one another grows Tern lot burns the photographs and letters of ady Ormond with whom his name has eea associated He takes great pleasure Ii Lacy presence as their work pro housekeeperthatciation with Lucy must cease that she must tell her to for her own rood pleadswithVest sends Lucy the suite of poems CHAPTER VII Continued Miss Carew wore now cheeks that rivaled any red in her wardrobe Ah yes nodded her ladyship with fc sort of satisfaction that had no ring of pleasure in it They stood looking kt each other through the mist that dew about their charming forms in little gusts of broken clouds the uJl softening their tint and crisping the ends of Lucys hair You will find the castle open coollaughihabltueeAsk Tempest to show you the empire room Its a bljou she said maliciously As the Americans dignity Impressed itself upon the Englishwoman by her silence her maidenliness by her mounting color and her angry yet Unashamed eyes with a keen penetra tion fitting Tempests enigmatical re mark to the lady Tell me your name Is Lucy Why do you ask Lady Ormond shrugged I am Lady Ormond she said as If to com jplete the introduction a very old tfrlend or Mr Tempests and he has spoken to me of you Thewords did their work Lady Ormond saw that the blow she dealt told Goodby she nodded maliciously theres the horn and so It was faint and far away She touched her horse and rode Into the mist leaving Lucy t Carew trembling like a laf for the first time In her relations with Tempest and Craven humiliated and ashamed She went on mechanically conscious of having been dealt a suffering wound He had spoken to this woman of her calling her name to her Oh what had she been doing how mad and fatuous and foolish she had been She would have turned then and fled If the fog had not lifted as it does absolutely for a second and the great r mass of Craven risen before her She r shuddered at it for the first a mo jealousyfhours The prints of Lady Ormondsr horses feet were on the damp earth up to the very terrace steps as for secondjlwas too humiliating Even part of i Tempest had displaced the tender memories of his youth to humor the caprice of this woman What part did Lady Ormond now play In his life The castle was silent Before her gleamed the large door Its highly 1tpolished surface blurred here and there by the mist that lay In little I pearly lines along the carving Lady Ormonds hand had first touched the knocker or else the great door had Just opened to let her go victoriously forth To Lucy Carew her own behavior appeared now in all its rash uncon ventlonality She saw the situation as it should have declared itself before and she despised herself What was she doing here The thoughtof Tempest came to her with so much anguish so piercing was her knowl edge of how much she loved him that she bit her lips felt her cheeks burn with shame and sharply she turned to leave Craven forever Here the rustle of leaves Itt the ter race close at hand made her con scious of the indignity of a flight in the sight possibly of some servant to whom she was already too familiar and as she looked for another refuge the long window of the empire room caught her attention At sight of the room the last words of Lady Ormond came to her ears She would in if It were open leave the sonnets there on the table and hen slip away A ton to the window knob and it yield ed and Miss Carew ope bed the door and stepped quickly and silently in At first she thought she had mistaken the room among the many win dow as she Jooked hurriedly around for tho bright dazzling welcome of yellow color She seemed to have been transported back to a period which although far nearer her own time in reality had an air more ancient than the court days of France She was standing in the center of an waJlshungcovered with the same material the pale color of the background softening the gay blue of the flowers and the plumage of the miraculous birds On a mahogany table was a brass silkentringeawools and tapestries there was a tapestry frame by its side and a low seated Chippendale chair Lucy caught her breath and almost held spellIagainstthe brass firedog lay the red embers of a halfburnedout fire The room oldtimewideopen flowers of the roses In the bowl by the lamp lent their fresh odor of a day Nothing In the world could chlngheartroom altered in her absence by the lonely man who had tried to win back tIombetweenloved memories that might do her wrongThe sonnets were in her hand goCouldture she did not dare to picture for any human creature still less for Tempest whom she loved rWith thetransformatiori around her the influence of the oldfaashioned room Lady Ormonds impression ceased to dominate When In another intheheartinHe opened the door arid slowly came stampInwere on Tier she spoke quickly Mr Tempest He gave a cry and started forward eagerlyDontmy way to you beatingSpeakMr Tempest As he touched her hand then her arm his grasp folded on It and h held her with a grip of Iron an looked doWn Into her face Is the room pitch dark No she replied steadying he voice it is a gloomy day but no quite dark Not quite dark he repeated No for I can see you still come to th window please He drew her ther and turned her face with both hands Held Her by Force Drawing Her Lips to His up to what light there was His close bending to her the intensity of his face its passion and suffering over which love rode dike a king trans fixed the girl who lifted her own swimming eyes and trembling lips in compassion looking at him in turn as if she would aid his sight of her own free will stamp her features on his failing vision That lovely hairj he touched i It has light all along it like sun in the reeds on the leaves it can hot the light so dearest Why cant m eyes Those lovely eyes Sometimes I think they are wells where all the lig ls held in Inexhaustible depths I would drain them dry Those lovel lips I have no IUenessfor them only know mine long for them have looked at you often enough God knows and yet today I feel I have never seen you before Because I am losing you I hall soon have onl remembrance to feed upon Lose me Oh why she whf pered and unable to control her em tion hid her face on his breast Dont cry so dontj Lucy After a few minutes in which he soothed her tenderly she mastered l ersel and withdrawing a little laid her eye1l9s1uYounecd you wish My God he said passionately why have I been tempted like this Why its a crime to take you Lucy darling You dont love me she said simply or you would not think it you dont want me or you couldnt ItWant you He laughed Haven I proved It Must I kiss you again aridjjcruh you as I could to p roye how n o arB with me11ent you knbwTvliv y She blushed crimson ture 1 am S1tTeOk tripplt i Hush she pleaded I only want youloveTempest kissed her I dont think thats the word Aht she said softly Its a good one and enough to keep me with She drew the hand she held against her heart You dont realize my darling he said that I am going blind I shall be as blind as sleep With great sweetness she asked dreamtoHe answered her without words touched by the delicacy of hQ thought Against the arm she leaned were the marks of the temptation to which he had yielded in moments of supreme suffering Should he tell her The habit begun before she came to him had been ever since her advent en tirely under control It could never tempt him now again Why should he tell her and cause her added grief since he could notwould notlet her go She must share his lot it was her fate But he said You will save me Lucy- I will love you Basil You will save me so As he held her so tenacious Is the wman of her points that as Lady Ormonds brilliant igure flashed across Lucy Carews wind she whispered her name And I shall fear every woman now Tempest taugisleiYou neednt I think I have loved you all my lifeyou in other women and now all women In ycu This sweet dear room Basil ClAb you like It I c uldnt think of anything else to do In those horrible days when you kept me wait ing so l transformed it I have dreamed of seeing you h remy love my wifein a dozen different pictures but never of find ng you like thisShe told him howsh had come and Of her meeting wi h Lady Or mond I was jealous of her even that night here I knew It he laughed ClOh she chagrined how did you exclalmedJ I hoped it and thats why I burned her picture before you TSO that she at least shouldnt be between us Youcaredthenfor e 1 Then I cared the night you came oulddwords no parting and never let you go I love like that he said HowtHe held her by force drawing her until her lipsr were on his IeIt was past the luncheon hour when Mrs Henly who had wandered the house over for her master gently opened the morningroom door At first she distinguished nothing in the somber room where across the win dow the mists blew a gray curtain Then she saw Tempest standing with a slender dark lady by his side They were talking earnestly and did not hear her come in She waited a minute in the shadow her loving eyes on his transfigured face The dear old room had taken Its aforetime form once more Give me back my blue chintz walla and my oldfashioned furniture she had said to Miss Carew and back again they were as though the fairy wand the girl had brought had recalled them Tempest thus surround ed seemed to have rom dhis youtb again His face as she could see H bending to the womans before him was radiant He was smiling and in the picture he made to the eyes of the old creature who had mothered him she forgot the blight and mal ady and only saw the wonder of the love that should be eyes and light for Basil Tempest and holding him di vinely by the hand should lead him softj all his daysI THE END AgoTheange which Is very valuable not only on account of its fine quality and taste but also because of Its being seedless is of a single tree that was shoreywas about the year 1505 or nearly 350 years ago faryIfruit and wrote a description of It of which may be seen In the II brary of the Roman Catholic univer silt at Washington Grafts of this fromyNicbselano An Ink Point A girl bookkeeper displayed lunger stainsfAnd dipping her fingers In water overseasilyyIsnt that a good idea she said tcitIfingers Clever She Insists that her paternal an cestor came over on the Mayflower But I thought they proved to hef that there was no such name on tha Mayflower register They did And now she says h 4a atovawaj r SHELTERINGr Good Warm Quarters Providing Sanitation and Ventila tion Are Right Prevents Contracting of Various Kinds of Disease ADoRORCrf AtPPRi pCM- K o VII fi IrtIJt 1I II I I Q d III Q w i Qti I Q I I 4 I1I oln m Q a to 1 o IIIIm Plan of a General Purpose Barn Good shelter for animals will no make them less hardy nor more sus ceptible to disease on the other hand In meat cases It will prevent the contraction of disease There Is no ques lion about the good of making the shelter warm and comfortable providing the sanitation ventilation and lighting are good These are things that are to be looked into carefully One other trouble In closely eta bling animals for a large portion of the year Is the lack of exercise for the animals It Is a biological fact that alt animals must have a certain amount of wholesome exercise for health development and working or producing power Inactivity means decay and death Keeping milch cows closely stalled for weeks and even months at a time Is not right from a humanitarian point of view and thinking persons know that it Is not animalUnderwonder that so many of our dairy cows fall prey to contagious diseases Their physical powers have been so reduced that they cannot resist them as they should under normal condl tions with greater freedom for ac tivityThe Illustration shown herewith gives a good outline of a general pur pose barn It has six single stalls and one box stall for horses three box stalls for springs a or calves cow stalls for 22 cows and an open stable for cattle or sheep The main floor Is unobstructed and Is entered by two wide driveways A silo may be located between the two approaches or on the opposite side of the barn This COOP FOR cu HEN AND CHICKS The hen expected to raise a large brood of chicks should be provided with the best quarters possible The coop should jadm t plenty of sunshine should be wind water aid vermin proof should be cozy and dry and should afford easy access to all parts for cleaning and caring for the little chicks The floor should be near enough to the ground so that the little chicks after getting out can easily find their way back and yet far enough off the surface of the ground to in sure dryness The coop should not be cumbersome yet it should be sub stantfallybuiltThe In the Illustration Is well adapted to the needs of the small fancier with only a brood or two and to the large poultry raiser alike who raises a number of chicks with hens It is built on the open air colony house typo planeIt It is Intended to give the chicks free range after a few weeks old and after they have been weaned from the old hen a roost may be placed in the back part of thp coop and the young fowls raised almost to maturity In it The coop is 36 Inches long by 18 inches wide and 18 inches high in the rear and 24 inches in front It Is divided into two compartments ma king each compartment 18 inches Using these dimensions even length lumber may be used with scarcely any waste The two side walls and back are made tight and It is well to cover them with roofing paper if second grade lumber Is used The roof should be of light pine lumber covered with roofing material Shingles are coopeor poultry house for that matter as they become water soaked when the roof is laid at the angle suited to constructiontto the warmth down on the fowlsThe compartmpnt in which the hen is confined is to the left and is di vided from the one to the right by slats The dotted lines represent the door which is hinged at the bottom in front of this compartment and acts as a platform ID front of the coop during tho day and at night as a Jbarn Is 40 by 80 and has a curb roof It affords a large amount of storage room for hayand grain With all classes of stock the value of the feed is the same whether it be fed to the scrawniest of scrubs or the best of fullbloods Barley is one of the best feeds on the farm It contains a little more protein than corn In bad weather Angora goats should be fed some cheap hay or root crop If protected from the rains you will be repaid by more and stronger kids When good weather settles your goats will go back to their brush eating with ravenous appetites The average market hog should weigh 800 pounds at eight months of age For the pig two to four months old protein is the most Important feed Ground flaxseed Is an excellent Substitute for butter fat to be fed to calves Use a heaping teaspoonful to every feed of milk while the calf Is from two to six weeks old provided you are feeding skim milk As the calf grows older gradually Increase the flaxseed meal until the calf is getting about a heaping tea spoonful with each feed This may be mixed with the milk but never mix cOrnmeal or any other ground feed that contains a good deal of starch with the milk as that Is very apt to produce scours Starchy foods must be mixed with saliva before digestion takes place and anything that Is drunk with the milk does not become thus mixed and consequently it falls to become digested and acts as an Irritant to the alimentary tract A u n n tightfitting door excluding rain rand rats alike One or more of the slats in front of this compartment should be made loose fitting so the hen may get in and out and so the compart meat may be cleaned The second compartment with a screened door in place shows only a portion of the screen that the inside may be illustrated AMERICAN HEN IS PROFITABLE Secured Her Place in Asrrlcal unBy Producing Millions of Dollars Every Year Need Little Care By 8AKUE1 PHILLIPS I know from what I have seen on some farms that the hens made a great deal more money investment work and cost considered =than any other one branch of farming Most farmers consider the caro of poultry womans work and some of them are actually ashamed to be seen helping their wives look after the fowls What a mistake It Is not as much a womans work as a mans because It often Involves exposure during storms and cold weather and the man who will refuse to save his wife from any bit of hard work possible Is a pretty poor specimen of a farmer If thesej men would study ithe science of poultry raising and give it as much attention as any other branch of farm- Ing they would make more money Americanbeby producing millions of dollars every year and she the respect of every night thiu ring farmer in the land Tuberculosis Tuberculosis seems to be increasing n this country It Is estimated that wilJtn t of pure air saiiltary tables and sound feed are the best rev ntlves of this disease J a rjttLru rLibby Vienna Sauag Is distinctly different from arty other sausage you ever tasted Just try 10ne can and it is sure to become a frequentnecessity LittyY Yitiu SUMP just suits for breakfast is fine for Iuncheon and satisfies at dinner or Supper Like all of Libbys Food Products it it carefully cooked and prepared ready to serve in laitys Gnt- wmtelitcmthec1eanKt most scientific kitchen in the worldOther popular ready =fcJ serve Libby Pure Foods art Cetked CWMJ BtfV Pdta DrWBeef VHI rfEt- tperatea M- iaLu1 CkewEk1 Mixed Fkkki Insist on Libbys at your grocersrLibby McNeifl ft Lj ckkita Honored by the Governor Effusive compliments have been paid to Governor Marshall many times but It remained for an old Irish woman to cap the climax The governor met her at a funeral which he attended the other day and she was full of reverence for the Indiana executive Ah she said an tis the guy nor and she swallowed up the governors slim right hand In her owa right hand made large and muscular by many days of toll YfsUs the guvnoraniUs glad I am to see ye guvnor an indade the corpse is honored by your prislnce Indianapolis News Conditional Piety Two Scotch fishermen James and Sandy belated and befogged on a rough water were in some trepidation lest they should never get ashore again At last Jamie said Sandy Im steering and I think youd better put up a bit of prayer iI dont know how said Sandy- If ye dont Ill chuck ye overboard said Jamie Sandy began uOb Lord I never asked anything of ye for fifteen years and if yell only get us safe back Ill andI= The boats touched shore dont be beholden to anybody Short Stories According to Her Count Yes said the young wife Philip and I have lived together a whole year and weve never had the slightest quarrel What are you talking about You yearnago2To be sure we were but you forget that hes a traveling salesman A good word is an easy obligation but not to speak ill requires only our silence which costs us nothing TU lotson a i Tho young who take advice are al almost beyond the need of It George MacDonald Post T Toasties T with strawberries and cream A delightful combination that strongly appeals to the appetite The crisp fluffy bits have a distinctive flavour and are read to serve from the package without cooking ConvenientAppetizing V1 tthful fowl s Ibe error y Lingers Popular pkg lie Family 1zt J3cl- Postnm Cereal Co Ltd Batty Creek Mich 4 itI = m m == m Through the Pantry Window By CLAUDINE SISSON On a certain chill October after Booh which was brightened only by a flare of crimson leaves on all the maples and the everpresent tangles of aster and golden rod along the bushy banks Elsie turned her horse in at a rickety picket gate and dis mounted before the porch of a tiny shabby neglected house Tears came to Elsies eyes as she thought of the dead woman who had animated It with her kindly presence She felt that sho would like to go In and look about and try In Imagination to refurnish the abandoned rooms and topeople them with the gentle figures that had once frequented them grayfrom gethis5or some plat to make him secure and remembered the little barn If the door was not nailed up she could put him In there The door was not nailed up It slid open easily and she led the horse In and tied Mm to the stall which had held only cobwebs and hay and dust for a long time A little had re mained Irx one corner She carried It to the horse who received It as eagerly as if it had been the freshest of fodder Then she went to the houseIt locked securely She went about trying the shutters At last she hIngesblowncfttbya She swung it clear and put her hand to the window underneath To her PonItvoice saying In her ear The ketch on that pantry window needs fixing bad but I cant seem to do it But Ia what difference does It make There aint no burglar com ing in here for the little trash Ive got If one did come In hed be glad enough to get out again after Id given it to him good and lively with keephandyAunt Hopes dear voice Aunt Hopes own remembered words And this was the pantry window Elsie Elsie Turned Her Horse In at a Rick ety Gate looked in The tiny place was neat the cupboard doors shut an old iron spider hung against the wall The window sill was only knee high from thegr undand Elsie climbed over It easily Sh letdown the window behind her The floor back an empty sound beneathh oher feet as she walked across it to the kitchen The kitchen too was Quite unchanged After the dining room came the parlor the room that in aunt Hope lifetime Elsie had always loved bes It was a good sized room in the front of the house She lifted a windo and turned the slats of the close shutters The yellow afternoon fiootr S rays Upon the walls a few old c tures still hung and the wall pap showed fresh spaces upon its faded surface where others had been Elsie sat down upon one of the ap pealing chairs and clasped her hands In their riding gaunfcets about h knee There was a chill of firelessne and stalcralr in the loom but she dl not feel it She was thinking of the last time she had been In this room There had bten flowers In the room and many people In the midst graclouto the love of her friends and nelg uponflower le a smile of understanding of mens ways and of Gods Above the hushed sound of tears rose a dignified voice wI am the resurrection and the life How vividly she remembered It allShe had tat here and he had s there with aunt Hope between An though both looked at aunt lope tebrfuUYthcy would riotIuok at each otherllow pale be had been And perhaps she too bad been Just as pale under her veil Well It was over Of what use was It to regret Yet Elsie knew how anxiously aunt Hope had longed for them to be friends agaln how strongly she had advised their making up their foolish quarrelYou are both young and high tern pered she had pleaded again and aganbut therell come a time when youll be old and remorseful unless you make uPnow Why you are made for each other Elsie Youll never be happy with anyone else nor will David Hes a splendid young fellow Dont I know Wasnt I with his mother the night he was born and havent I watched him grow up from baby to man And havent I watched you grow up too And love you both Ive tried to have you care for each other because I felt that was as it should be And now youve let that little trollop of a Doris Kennedy come betweeh you Oh I know what folks say about methat I ain a med dling of matchmaker Peacemaker aunt Hope Elsie had laughed tremulously Well then peacemaker I hope I am Blessedyou know what the Bibl says But I aint sure ot that unless youll let nib make peaco between you and David promisedthey had met at aunt Hopes fu neral and had not spoken Afterward David had gone back to the city to his work and Elsie had gone hers in the sheknewThere was no aunt Hope to advise and gently smooth away the difficulty But oh the sweetness and the bitterness of It lingered with her like mingled myrrh and honey She had pmustlived But she had the Bennett tem per He had it too far back somewhere a couple of generations ago a certain marriage had made them kin She would not glvejip Neither would he And It was all because she had not liked his city cousin Doris Ken nedy and he had Perhaps down in her heart Elsie had been a bit jeal ous of the blonde young woman who looked as it she had peen run In an exceedingly slender mold and had never so much as bent her back since an effect obtained It was said by means of an exacting dressmaker Elsie was far too natural to admire Doris Immobility loads of false hair and layers of pink and white powder And she had told David so in a none too pleasant wayr But her heart Is aU right he had argued stoutly Doris is a good girl The trouble Is you are envious of her thats all Envious cried Elsiescarlet with rage So the quarrel had be gun As she sat there now in the empty room Elsie owned to herself sadly that aUDorolder than he There had been no rea son in the world for her being Jealous as she had beenres she had to ad mit that now uIf only I had listened to aunt Hope If only I had let her make peace as she wished A crash at the back of the house startled her A window had fallen She sprang to her feet Steps were coming toward her through the house heavy stepsa mans Now they were In the kitchennow tie room She plunged toward the doo that opened into the little front entry It was locked She tugged at it fran vitally Heaven To be shut in this house with a tramp Still tugging with futile desperation at the unyield ing door she looked back over he shoulder Just as the invader appeared in the parlor Qoora tall young fe low In a respectable ulster wh atsheScott f foltstared at each other the color slowly facesd win dow too Elsie asked when she could He nodded waere never did What are you doing here Elsie He came close to her What are you I cam because had to I felt eras if I was being called waydTheir eyes sought each others awestruck wondering Then their hands met wrgngawronghThey clung together phewasq know know She was In his arms now And he had kissed her David Elsie said from his shoul tnadt HIs eyes had the look of one vhv Las UingtriVholot Blessed are the peacemakers r yi r Wiiiilis YA1tlE 00Ir IW o llJL p lJ OJ BKlQllll1f CA TTLEtd TRIF Qr JRO PAULA Washington Fully four and a half out of every five pounds of coffee drunk in the United States comes from Brazil and the proportion is growing steadily higher principally because superiorquality ideathatInto thee morning beverage but it is a fact that all the Mocha and Java that reach this country in a year would not supply St Louis for six months- It is generally known and understood that the greater proportion of flne Brazilian coffee comes from the tote of Sao Paulo in that country and the statement that Sao Paulo the richest state In the Brazilian Union Is one vast coffee estate has been made so frequently that the general Impression has gone abroad that little else but coffee Is produced in the ftate It 1s true that Sao Paulo alone last year produced 1716000000 ounds of coffee that had a value of 1140000000 and that this vast ag gregate found its way outward through the greatest coffee port in the world Santos but It is also true that Sao Paulo has a host of other indus tries that are developing at a rate that is astonishing It is in Sao Paulo that the great wheat growing concessions have been granted it is from Sao Paulo that the enormous ship ments to Europe of live cattle will be made it is Sao Paulo that now main tains three hundred factories engaged HONOR RESTED WITH AUTHOR How the Late Popular Writer 0 Henry Outwitted Unscrupulous Editor A friend of the late p Henry writes of him He was reckless In spending money and frequently gave elevator boys and bellboys 5 and al0 notes But he wasnt easy despite his finan cial regardlessness His friends nar ratedan Incident showing the mans shrewdness A magazine noted for slow pay they say contracted with him for a threepart story for which Jie was to receive fifteen hundred dol lars He got a five hundred dollar ad vance before starting to work and when he turned in the second install ment none of It had been printed yet got flue hundred dollars more and asked for the third five dollars as an advance before finishing the tale The editor in an effort to save money apparently declared that after all thestory didnt appear to bo worth more than one thousand dol larsthis when he had the two installments in his office All right thre third one then And he didnt He laughed at the editor Well then said the latter Ill run the two parts and then let our readers have a guess ing contest as to how the story ends hundrerprize to the winner For a moment the author thought he was outwitted witothe prize He Intended to win It too An Office Business Only A young man called at the office o a justice of the peace and with SOm hesitation made known his business which was to be married The antic replied that he thought he could perform the service and asked If the young man had his license Yes sir the youth replied Well where Is the young lady Sheshes at her fathers Well bring her here Shed rather be married at homeT squire And you expect me to go there and marry you Yes sir if you plea e Young man said the justicethi s 1office of mine is like a department store We sell matches here but we dont deliver them at the house YouthsCorapanion Slightly Confused Marie was making her first visit to the beach She was fearless of the water and spent as much of her time In bathing as she wre allowed One morning there was an unusually strong undertow and many of the bathers spoke of It Marie hearing them stowed avay the new phrase In her mind When she came in from her bath she told how fine the water was and told of the fun fine had had Then assuming her grtjwnup manner she remarked Qh but the rjidertaker was trong1 this morning In a truly remarkable a of Industries These factories alone represent an Investment of over 40000000 and are employing 60000 w rkmen It is true that coffee Is the staple but these factories are turning out cotton and woolen fabrics they are ma king rope twines and papers There are breweries marble jquarrleii metal esIt aro of rice and square miles of territory that produce enormous quantities of fruits that are shipped in all direc ions Sao Paulo has gone extensively Into grape culture and is turning out popularof a general nature has engaged the attention of the residents of tle state tQ a greater degree in the lajst few years and as a consequence the railways are extending in every direction throughout the state As an indica tion of the volume of buslile 81trans acter through the port of last year reached a grand total of five and a half million tons which com pores very favorably with Ithej trade of Rio de Janeiro or Buenos Aytes the two largest South American ports In great measure this progress is due to the farsighted and patriotic efforts of those statesmen who have directed the destinies of the state and it has been recently stated by South American historian that the history of the State of Sao Paulo was the history of all Brazil His Real Calling There is a writer in New York who has achieved little success but who being amply supplied with orldl goods refuses to be discouraged he keeps turning out books the merits of which he earnestly attests by word of mouth and heavy purchases from the publishers He is a long time friend of Simeon Ford bonlface wit and philosopher That Mr Ford is the only one who ever read all of his friends books probably furnishes reason why the attentuated ma is one of the most solemn looking of humans They were nt dinner recently when the author said Sim youvp been awfully kind to meyou are my real audience for youve suffered like friend and read all i have written Sometimes I think that I have made a greatd mistake and I am not really an jjIMr Ford Youre a born chemist r Hows thatT suspiclouslyilasked theauthorWell remarked SimeonII ever book you write a Ion the market Putting It Up to Uncle Henry G Brooks the wellknown New York lawyer talking about domestic troubles has had hishare of wondt h rtcently at the WaldorfAstoria We have a mighty good girl who got word that her uncle was yery ill She asked to be allowed to go away a cofn menced to get nervous Sola note shewould be able to return and ow r uncle was We got a reply something like this Dear Sir I vill be back as- as soon passible Un le Is getting weak and weaker Ma has told him I cant stay here much longer and I kjnow he dont want me to lose my job tr Adornment To adorn ourselves seems tb eA part of our nature and this desire seems to be everywhere and ink every thing I Dave sometimes thong t that the desire for beauty covers the earth with flowers paints the wiijgs ol moths tints the chamber of the shell and gives the Vird tp r ijroiiro Iud- Its song O daughters and wvee you would be loved adorn yourselves if you would bo adored be beautiful Robert G Ingersoll Vanity of Life Jlow small a portion of our lire It Is that we really enjoy In youth we are looking forward to things that are to come In old age we arelooking back ward to things that are gone pKst in manhood although we appear deed to be more occupied in things that are present even that i tot oft m absorbed in vague detewiDotfonfA bt vastly happy on some future rhei we have time Jf r 1I A Protection Against the Heat When you begin to think Its a per sonal matter between you and the sun to see which Is the hotter buy your self a glass or a bottle of CocaCola It Is cooling relieves fatigue and quenches the Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink At soda fountains and carbonated In bottles5a everywhere Send 2c stamp for booklet The Truth About CocaCola aid the CocaCola Baseball Record Bodk for 1910 The latter contains the famous poem Casey At The Bat records schedules for both leagues land other valuable baseball Information compiled by au thorities Address The CocaCola Co Atlanta Ga The Ruling Spirit Husband rushing into the room Come out quick WifeWhats the matter The house Is on fire and we will be burned to death if we hesitate a moment Run run for your life be out lnya minute Ive got totIdy up the rooms a little so that it will look decent when the firemen get hereModern Society OversightThomas the undying Song of the Shirt but he might have written an even sadder song that of the washtub Easy Task laundry soap was unknown In his day It Is Qnlyfor the last quarter century that It has been relieving women of backaChes and bruised hands It takes the dirt out of or off of anything actually does most of the work Itself Your grocer has it Similarity EvaThen you are not fond of pressed flowers Jack No they always remind me of a kiss through a telephone Eva Gracious In what way Jack They have lost their sweetness to ofCASTORIAinfants and children and see that it Bears the- Slgnattire srtf xx T rtfiaf77c6CuMI- n Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Search others for their virtues and thyself for thy vices Fuller YOUR MCJOidEMX To Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Isuffered from terrible headaches pains in back ltla and right silo and iiU was tire d a th- oj SI time and nervous ll could not sleep monthnd hL i the Lydia E- Pinkhamsi 1 e etaii x bin Compound re stored me to P again and made me woox man L rLJ letter will induce other women to avail themselves of this valuable medicine Mrs E JL FREDERICK Bldomdaje Ohio Backache is a symptom of female youhaveget permanent relief you must reach weyas Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Cure the cause of 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tnltchl sand Irritable conditions of the skin produces a feeling of comfort to the sufferer never xpertenced It IS the recoenlzed specific for itching plies and the stamSard renlcdv In 60 cects aJar all drueeists or sent direct receipt of price Ibefore RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MDiapplication for Eczema Burns and Scalds I consider Resiool Oktmefit than anything else Mrs George H Brash Beatricc Neb rJX rtea d 4 j I IwRefrigeratorsI Ijare offering them at Reduced I fti Prices Come and see r I I Hammocks From 150 to 8 The best Porch Swing on the Market I Come and Inspect or line of goodsrj a Uachiiian Campbellsi Furniture Store iw j f If BRUMF1ELD tRev R B Baird filled his regularap chapeltI Saturday night with his parents Mr sand MrsJ F Matherly b Ira Brt vles wife and little son W G spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Sallie Crane Miss Lettie Coyle took dinner recent lywith Florine Coyle f tf Little Martin Let Arnold is at his grandfathers where he will spend sev eral weeks Miss Lettie Coyle spent Thursday night With Lizzie Harmon They will tear the Pottsville school faonsie away this week and build a new i ode r Harvey Key and wife spent Saturday MRht with his son Claude Key 1 7 W B Elliott has moved to his home near Long Run 4Howard Webb has moved in with his fatherinlaw John Elliott Miss Ida Lawrence of Mackville is spending a few days with Miss Josie KeyWillie Best of Kingswood who has been studying gor the ministry has returned home on a two months visit Sam Bnckens and wife spent Satur CoyleMrs son Marvin spent Monday with J M mon HarI JF Matherly spont Sunday fether and mother ho are very ill at this writing Flossie Isham was in Danville Satur day on business Misse Lulu and Flossie Isham fathJerRjb MHlhurn Misses Ida Lawrence and Josie Key spent Saturday night with Adam Elliott Chamberlains Cough na guarantee that if arenotsatisj fled inter useing1 two thirds according to Directions your money will trySoldWants To Help Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fer qle 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 Neryousness Loss of Appetite Lassi 4 tude and Kidney disorders He shows that El work wonders for slice troubles Fiye bottles he writes wholly cured me and now Iam well arid hearty Its also positively gua DyspepsiaBIOQd Haydon Hot Rolls 1 Light Bread Cream Bread Ii Rye Bread and all kinds of morn ink at eleven oclock r PLEASANT GROVE ofSprmgfieldNancye Stigall returned home hernephewMrand returned home Saturday Miss Sue Edgerton and Mr E M Leachman attended chuach at Mack vill Sunday night fBoyleMrs L M Gregory the first of the week WilliMr and Mrs B B Leacnman were in HillSundayMr Springfield visited his brother W P Kelley roe ntly SharpsvIlleSaturday with Tablow and Sharpsville winning and loseing a game by the score of 5 to 3 and 6 to 5 Mrs Carlike Clelland and children of Middleburro arrived Monday for a GregoryMrs ofMrMrs J H Hopper entertainded the following at a day dinner on the- 22udMisses Sue Reed Mable Thompson Sue Edgerton Messrs N P Thomp son Ed Litsey and H S Hudson Miss Frances Litsey gave a six oclock dinner to the following on last Thurs ThompsonJennieand Messrs DaVison Reed NP Thomp LitseyMiss entertained the young people in a very charming manner on Thursdoy evening J SYankey and son Rphert IMrhave been confined to the house better past two weeks ard reported Mr and Mrs Dan Kel1eyand children spent Sunday with Mrs J R Reed Mrs L N Reed is entertaining a todayI in is er crops are looking fine SpringflJI Bras ndBETIEP MUSIC FOR prus AND FAIRS A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Senice Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky = JP = I YOU CAN GET FancyCakesBy TELEPHONE 69- And your order will be promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of oui GRAPE JUICES IIW SPRINGFIELD V STALLARD KY PHONE D D 2II TEET Pain or Danger II WnrL Done in this office isftrst I andjustlUOver McElroy Shaders O crrsj DDOOOOOSOSOOOQs QjPersonal Notes j j Visitors In and Out of TownA a f Round Up ofthe Weeks Personal News 0OOO0O Mrs Ferd Kuhn and family f Nashville arc here to spend the sum LhomeMr and Mrs John OTfutt and Mr and Mrs W H Cleveland of Bloom ClaybrookeH M Grundy was in Louisville last week on business j I1lr C W Hagan who has been ill for the past week is greatly improved thwhohas returnedhome frCBishop left this morning for a fewdays fishing on Green river Mr S A Russell of Lebanon was in town Saturday rMiss Elese Durrett who has been visiting friends in Bloomfield returned home today Cincinnatir daylastMr Geo Greene and son Joseph of Louisville spent a few days here last week MissVirgin Weisan has returned to her home in Louisville after a two weeks visit here Miss Della Smith has returned homeSfrom Louisville where she has the past two monthstMrs J L Allen and family have returned home trom a visit at Louis yule Miss Mfhnie Blanford is visiting her motherat Louisville =Mr Harry Smith ot Lebanon spent Monday here Mr and Mrs Jim McAtee of Leb anon attended the funeral of Mrs R W Wathen last week Mrs C W Hagan of Lebanon was called here the first ot the week by the illness of Mr Hagan Mr and Mrs William Roney and atdWathen last Thursday Mrs Alma Richards of Sherman Texas who has been visiting relatives here has gone to Bardstown for a few days IMiss Laura Baker has returnedg home from Bardstown where been visiting friendshWill Robertson spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Hattie Arnold of Texas is the guest of Miss Mary Noe inlownrMr J 1 Royalty has returned from a trip through Texas MissLyda Clements of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Carrie Edelen Mr Harry Shader is spending a few days at French Lick Spaldinginwere guests of John F Simms Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Graham of Louisville are visiting Mrs G D Bo dine da3slastMrs T W Simms Jr spent Fri herdaughter returnedjhome aldchildrenMiss Zelma McIIvoy is the guest of Miss Addie Willet Little Miss Cine Mclntire and little brother Charles are visiting their grandfather R C Craycroft in Meride County Mrs R A Noe and son Jame spent a few days this week with Mrs R L Arnold at Texas Mr M H Jones has returned to his home in Louisville Miss LeJia Waters of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Lula Waters Miss Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction attended the dance Tuesday night Miss Matt Roney has returned to her home at St Marys after a visit to Mrs Johu Kelley Mrs J W Lewis entertained her Sunday school class with a party Mon day right A C McElroy was in Louisville Friday inLouISlvillefrom a visit at Kirkland ooooooooooooooooooooo ooo PatronsII i g I have been in the Peanut Business here seven havelWEIGHTS AND MEASURES and I will try more to please 8 0 byou in the futuhave added from time to time 8 J as a sideline to niy peanut business DRY GOODS AND 8 5j 8 NOTIONS and th best Standard Brand of GROCERIES 8 g o Q that can be fund in a country store MYaimhasg 8 i been to give he best goods at the lowest I 0- B 8 waiitlo do business with vpu for seven years mQreatg 8 X X R the same standiYo yilj find it to your interest to 8 g ceome In and ge our prices beforeryUYin elsewhere Q Q We want your jroduce at the best cash prices x tf g yotj must not forget cash and credkprices willnOt 8 the same Butjl o Thanking you again for past favors I remain J Yours Truly If IMM k TROUTMAN I 1 W OftoooOooOCQOOO OOOC J V o Miss Trusty of Sebfree KY isI e guest of her brother Dr W rusty Mrs Paltie Blandfordihas returned om a visit to her sons Messrs Alex Robert Blandford of Louisville TEXAS Friday being the anivsrsary of Mr ichildrenant A number of friends and relatives were also among them A bountiful dimmer was served and allrpent an enjoyable time Rev W H Williams of Springfield was one of the number Miss Mary Fatter C ybrooke ot Maysville is the guest of the Misses Claybrooke Mr J D Peterson spent a few days at Tatham Springs and Antioch last week Misses Pearl and Edith Hunffat who have been visiting relatives hre ave returned to their honie at TathumI Rev J W Campbell and lr little son Bruce tare visiting friends and relatives here BoyleIr e his here last week Miss Pearl and Ida Claybrooke are oflUardlHownMr and Mrs Will Phihpns spent Sunday with the hitters btothe Mr PerkIins of Ken wick Master Jlsc Hardin of Louisville is 11Mof her daughter Mrs Elmer Wiggin tonwho is very illat her home in LOUIsville Miss Hazel Helm ofnear Lebanon HaysFridaMr and Mrs Torn Bailey of Hills boro spent Sunday with the alters parents Mr and Mrs H J Cocanpug her Master Bailey of texingiton is the BaileyMiss visiting MackIIYllle i I anuiactutcd by = home from Benson where he has been h meetingsMr spent o PlesantGrovecured me ori saved the life of my child are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy his is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval The secret of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera isSoldLetter from Dr Spalding Tooele General Hospital 1910IUtah Gen delivery from this date as issue of the 29th will not reach me here as I leave at noon July 1st I will make Salt Lake City my oer manent location and will be connected t inhatspecialty Dr J Robert Spaulding of Lebanon Ky will be my successor at the Tooele Gen Hospital I wish to extend a cordial invitation to my Kentucky friends who may hap pen to be in Salt Lake City to look me up and I will try to show them around t ofheI remain Yours very truly Jnb M Spalding Banks On Sure Thing Now Ill never be without Dr Kiugs New Life Pills again writes A Schingeck curledChills Malaria and Debility 25c at Haydon Robertson OsOQOiQQQQQQQt We Are Never Bossed 0 by tradition or custom in the retail qH log of dry goods No matter what iImay be the usual price for certain qualities it doesnt hinder us from 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