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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr bi ptthtfiithxvn Li- 1 fr DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY rt LC I VOLUME VI C i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 NHMER3I iclTO REMOVE i QUARANTINEp frDegartmentAsked to Remove the Exist iris Sheep Quarantine Steps toward the removal of the quar an tine against sheep in part and the ultimate stamping out of the disease entirely in Kentucky were taken at a meeting of the Livestock Sanitary Board recently created by the Legislature The Board created a quarantine in this State in conjunction with the quaran tine of the National Government but it j BStatecounties are exempted from the State quarantine and the United States Department of Agriculture will be asked to lift the quarantine from those coun ties where the sheep are not affected by scabies At present the national quarantine applies to every county in the State even though there are no ftI sheep with scabies in those counties Scabies is more prevalent in Central orfthesioner chairmanI of the livestock board He says 1hare many counties in eastern and also in western Kentucky where the sheep theljlivestocklift the quarantine against the sheep in those free counties After the quarantine has been lifted from the counties that are free from the disease the State board will endea vor to reduce the number of affected counties Regulations will be adopted prbvidinfip regular dipping and for the establishment of places where sheep anbe dipped to comply with the Na tional Governments regulations It is hoped that in this way tbe scabies can be stamped out and in a year or so BV ery sheep tnafr is now affected cured Farmers Hone Journal Serious Injury to a Child Nancy Johnson the littleeightvear old daughter ofJ A Johnson was the rA victim of a serious accident yesterday She with her little brothers and sisters was at play on the staircase at home Some clothes were piled on one ot the landings and in attempting to jump on this pile she lost her balance and fell a considerable distance alighting on her head When picked up it was discov ered that she was unconscious in whichI condition she remained the rest day attended by three physicians It bwastamed a fracture of the skull but today he is greatly improved and is on the highway to recovery it is hoped Death of Dr Cleaver l Lebanon Ky July 5Dr W W 1leaver aged eighty three years is deada his home in this city after a IIwasMarion county in the Kentucky Legislature in 1893 He is survived by a wite and one son Dr Tom Cleaver a well known and prosperous physician Dr Cleaver predicted twenty years ago that he would die on the Fourth of July 0BOOKLR f The farmers are getting behind with their work on account of so much rain Sunday was Childrens Day at New Hope There was quite a large attend S lanceMr and Mrs Lue Kirsh Luther Kirsh and family and Ed Pile and fam ily dined with the family of Ham Pile Sunday Miss Letta Bishop and MissSallie Hendren ot Willisburg visited Joe Goatley Sunday J H Pile was in Springfield Satui day onjausmess Mrs Nora Boblitt and children of Springfield visited Mrs Cathie Settle Catherine Pile gave a birthday dinner recently Those present were Mis Lou Settle and Lop lt Butler Mrs Kuth Ranrolph Nannie Mary and Archie Pile Susie and Harry Boblitt Al yin Riley and wife and little Lillie May rnrat aon The time was very pleasantly spent Lucrative Appointment Andrew Yankey a Washington coun boy has received government ap- pointmentas civil engineer in the Phil ip pine islands and will sail on July 12th om San Francisco to assume his du Prior to his appointment tothis position MrYankey Jiad been assistant civil engineer for theLouisville Nash ville railroad He is the oldest son of J S Yankey the well known stock- man of this county and received his ed ucation at Kentucky State University where he graduated with high honors in 1909 Mr Yankey is a splendid young man and an efficient engineer and is receiving the congratulations of his many friends who realize that he has won a merited honor U OF MINES Created at the Last Session of Congress Becomes a Fact Washington July 2The Bureau of Mines created at the last session of Congress as a coordinate division in the Interior Department today asj su med actual existence with George Otis Smith director of the geological survey acting as its chief Mr Smith will preside over the new office in con junction with his duties as director of e survey until a permanent head is fromBeverly appointed rary1 designation Secretary Ballinger appointed Frank E McCalip of Craw fordsville Ind as chief of the division of accounts in the new bureau and trans ferreda the employes of the techno logical branch of the geological survey to the Bureau of Mines Mr McCalip has been identified with the techriologi cal branch for several years In absorbing the technological branch the new bureau will make it a co ordin ate division and expand its scope Dr J A Holmes chief of the tech nological branch of the geological sur vey and Edward W Parker statistic an of the survey have been mentioned as candidates for the directorship of the new bureau Cloudburst Near Town The weather celebrated the Fourth hereabouts with wind rain thunder and lightning doing great damage in some sections Below town there was a cloud damagingIaway his cornfield and greatly injured in tobaeco The little branch that runs through his place rose within a few minutes until it was running a foot deep over the turnpike opposite the tobacco warehouses Cartwrights creek rose so rapidly that jt washed away a con siderable portion of the railroad track near the residence of E F Donnelly Workmen were rushed to the scene of wreckage and worked until the track was put in such repair as to permit the night train to come in It was dela fed over an hour however and wall pre ed d for the last two miles by men lOok ing for damage to the rails YOU TAkE NO RISK- Our Reputation and Money Back of This ffr We pay for all the medicine used during the trial if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation We take all the risk You are not obligated to us In any manner whatever if you accept our offer Could anything be more fair for JXW there any putlourare e9teh like candy They are very pronounced gentle and pleasant in ac tion and particularly agreeable in ev cry way They do not cause diarrhoea nausea flatulence griping or any in convenience whatever Rexall Order lies are particularly god for children agedand delicate persons We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk Two sizes lOc and 25c Remember you can get Rexall Reme dies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store The Leo Haydon Drug Co TH SHB and CourterJouraaL sue The SprlngileM Sum SLOO per year t IT PAYS TO BEPOLITE A Lesson That Might Be Learned With Profit By Some of Our Springfield Boys It costs nothing to be polite and the man woman or child who makes politeness a specialty is riot likely to lose anything by the operationISome six years county boy Roy Wright by name decided to try his fortune in the West He went to San Francisco and secured a position as bel boy at one of the leading hotels Recently two wealthy men ot Cleveland on their way to the Ori ent on a liesurely semiscientific tour were guests of the hotel where young Wright was employed They were at the hotel for a week or more during which time Wright was answering the the bell in their apartments He always appeared promptly when the bell soun ded Heresponded politely when addressed and he was faithful and expedi tious in carrying out orlers The two Cleveland men liked Wrights appearance and they were pleased with his attention to business and his unstud led courtesy They concluded they could use a boy of that kind on their Oriental tour to look after their mail and baggage and attend to other odd They inquired of the hotel JObSj he gave Wright a firstclass recommen dation The manager said he would re heIportumty the lad might have of better thelquestIOn HelISof the wages he was receiving at the hotel and all his expensesare to be paid It will be a valuable experience for the young Kepcknaudthethans ces are that his bellhopping day s are OVer It is pretty certain he will make himself useful and that his employers will see that he is comfortably placed ompletedThisthrough the medium of a SaQ Francisco newspaper shows that it pays tobe polite and attentive to business The boy who pursues such a policy will win his way and will command respect whether he be born in the royal purple or patcblCourier ctlveforceworld a new method for capturing eras inals and added to the already envia ble record made in the Kellner case Last week the chief of detectives of Louisville was notified that the suspected murderer been located in Texas ImmediatelyI the announcement ws published in alii the daily papers and a number of the force a dispatched to Texas with a brass band preceded by a man with a fog horn announcing that they were on their way to capture Wendling Of course the guileless members of the detective force in Louisville tully expect ed Wendling to drive a stake in the prairieout in Texa and securely hitch himself awaiting their arrival How ever he evidently had a different view of thematter and 4when he heard the band and foghorn he folded his tent and silently stole away while the detectives paraded the prairie with the band in search of himHartford Republican An Embryo Emancipator A little miss riding on a Brooklyn trol ley car the other day tendered the con ductor half fare says the Brooklyn Ea gle How old are you little girl he queried gingerly handling her fare She pursed her lips for a moment then calmly opened her purse dropped two more pennies into the conductors extended palm snapped her purge and demurely replied uYou have your fare my statistics are my own Mistaketo distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen uI suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Siler City N C till I got a box of Bucklehs Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains vanish b It 25c at Haydon Rob ertsons f DID IT WITHi t THE BIBLE tjjsed With Remarkable Effect By a Kansas School Girl to Rout LecturerI Kansas has produced a young woman who is not afraid to stand up before a homeaudience and demand her rights theIIcausehold a ulace in the business world for she has successfully published the Club Member the official organ of the Stpte Federation of Clubs and is now branch ing out with a weekly publication so that she may be heard oftener on qiies- tipns of interest to women A shbrt time since J B Barnhill chautauqua 1cpturer7tame to Topeka and announced that he wasready to debate woman suf frage with any person in the State Miss Barr accepted the challenge and ht1Sparfaf Prjoverbs putting her own construction uPon each text Replying to her opponent that there were 5000000 unmar ried men and an equal number of un married women who were stalking the country hunting for some way to amuse themselves and longing for the joys of home and married life and that pqual suffrage would tend to widen the breach MIPS Barr said On account of fan ti cism here is a man who has passed middle age without being married and then works up a terrible perspiration for fear the world will depopulate According to Mr Barnhill man and woman should be one and that one should beth man It would thus appear that there wouldnt be harmony unless the man had his way oMisavBarr was awarded lUnanimbus rverdfct by the five judges ITEXAS Mrs Robert Milton had as her guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Melvin Gillespie and children Mr and Mrs John Hay don and child Mrs Sue Haydon and daughter May and Miss Willie Ruby of Mackville Mr and Mrs C F Adkinson are with their daughter Mrs Joe Newton near Springfield Mrs Bertha Turner and children of Mackville are spending this week yilh Mrs W C Rowe Mrs Bob Noe of Springfield spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs R L Ar noldMiss Hattie Arnold spent the week ville end with Miss Sarah Peters ot Mack Born to the wife of W C Rowe on July 1st a 10J pound boy Robert Anthony Misses Myrtle and Bessie Cocanougl er and Messrs Pope and Frank Hardin attertdedchurch at BeechGrove Sunday Miss Marie Arnold is visiting relatives at Mackville Mrs Fanny Whayne has returned home from Louisville She was accom panied home by her grandson Ludford Yankey of Penick visited C F Cocaiiougher and family Sunday Misses Nonne and Josephine Hollen seed of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives hereI Morgan Arnold anci children of Boykf county spent Monde y at the HIL Arnold Misses Virgie Mayas and Mary Noe SemiAnnual Peoples Deposit Bank 0 RESOURCES Loans and Di counts30636605Ov- erdrafts 662634 Banking House 500000 Cash on hand and due from Banks 4319319 36018553 LIABILITIES d tal Stocks 5900000 Surplus 3100000 Undivided Profits 284408 Tax Fund 66752 Individual Deposits 275t6739 36018558 of Springfield spentSunday night with Miss Hattie Arnold jS Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting friends in Springfield this week Quite a number from here are attend ing the Chautauqua at Lebanon this Berry Shewmaker of Harrods burg spent last Monday with H J Co canougher and family Miss Margaret Bohannon of near Lebanon is the guest of the Misses Hayes Baseball at the Chautauqua t The Chautauqua base ball games have been drawing large crowds and are creating great interest here inasmuch as the local team is a contender for the championship cup the other teams com peting being Lebanon Columbia and Campbellsville In last Thursdays game Lebanon defeated the local bunch by a score of 6 tQ 5 The following day springfield due to the good pitching of Jocko Colvin took the Campbells ville crew intocamp by a score of 5 to 2 Colvin allowed Campbellsville but two hits Yesterday our boys won the score being 6 to 3 and their victitns the Columbia team Springfield is now neckIand neck with amPb ell vllle and win the cup which has been offered by t e association DR PHILT j DEDMAN Died Near Independence Mo Last Wednesday Was Well Known Here IDr JO Dedman received word ofI the death of his brother Dr Phil Dedman lass Wednesdav near Inde yendance Mp Dr Dedman had been in ill health for more than a year and had given up his large practice in Kansas City and was taking a muchneeded rest hwife Or Dedmai ia survived one son Phil T Dedman Jr He was well known here where he formerly lived and was engaged in business hav mg owned what is known as the Ded man block He and one sister were the last of a family of twelve Harrods burg Republican Dr Dedman practiced dentistry at this place some twenty or twentyfive years ago and his death will be regret ted by many of nip people ot this com munity who remember him well and among whom he made a number of friends while living here HAPPY HOLLOW John Crow and family spent Saturday and Sunday with lis mother Mrs Tim CornColeman Settles and family Jaresh Hale and family and Edgar Settle and family spent Sunday with the family of Lee Settles Ed Hanby and wife spent Sunday with MM Mancy Scott of near here Fitch Godly spent Saturday night with Westly Baily of this place Ed Hanby and Miss Myrtle Armstrong were in Willisburg Saturday shopping Messrs W C Dudgeon and Walter Hanby attended theChautauquaat Lebanon Monday and Tuesday Frank Yancy and family were in our midst Monday Sabe Coulter and family spent Satui day arid Sunday with Mrs Nancy Scott near here Ed Hanby and wife and Elmer and Dolph Hanby spent Monday night with the family of John Armstrong at this place Statement OF THE SPRINGFIELD KY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JJJNE 30 1910 Gross months1002787 earnings six Bal undivided prof its Jan 11910 919351094722 Disposed ofas follows t Paid dividend No 41 6 per cent300000Paid expense taxes 442562 Paid Tax Fund 66752 Hal undiviaed profits 2844081094722 GEO D ROBERTSON Pres I H THURMAN VicePres J BOULEWARE Cashier W C McCHORD JrAaVtChr WANTED IHARVESrHEty Farm Laborers Seek Organization To Raise Their Daily Wafes Taking advantage of the shortage of harvest laborers in the Pacific Northwest where the grain crop this seaaoa is estimated at more than 100000000 bushels several organizers not affiliat ed with any of the recogmzedlabor bod ies are workers in Eastern Washington and Oregon to form a Farm Hands tnion the purpose being to raise the minimum wage of laborers to 3 50 tor a day of eight hours The scale for sack sewers and fCrkers is fixed at 95 a day while the pay ot machine me will be increased from 650 and 700 to from 10 to 12 per day Efforts are being made by ranchers IIand orchardists to bring men into the country from eastern central and south ern States and in addition to these itia likely that students from a dozen or more colleges in various parts of the country can be enlisted to assist inhar vesting the grain grass and fruit crops Several attempts have been made m Washington and Oregon to organize the farm laborers but so far they hay not been successful However the far mere admit that if such an organization could be formed they would have to pay almost any price demanded by the men Frank Trader who appears to be tW head ot the organizers says it is pur posed to form a local union in every grain district in Washington Oregoa Idaho and Montana He declares that th present scale ranging from 250 to 700 a day is not high enougha pecially he addsat a time when the farmers will be glad to pay more rather than have their crops in the field Fif ty cents is the initiation fee and we will have enough members at the start te see the thing through Our members Wont work with those not identified with the organizationStteJouirit SYCAMORE VALLEY Fanners are getting behind with their work on account of the heavy rains that we are having Misses Lizzie Davis and Nannie Coca nougher spent one night last week wits the latters sister Mrs A T Bailey Mr and Mrs Will Bwles spent Sun day with the formers sister Mrs Snife at Springfield Mrs ToW Sutherland is very much improved at this Writing There will be a protracted meeting air Hillsboro church beginning July 18 It will be conducted by Revs T W and James Hines of Bowling Green Everybody is cordially invited Miss Zelma Mclvoy is at home again after spending ten weeks in school at St Catherines J D Sutherland bought a calf from S H Crook tor 1200 and also bought two calves fjom Coleman Settles foe 2150 T W A T Bailey sold six hogs to J S Yankey for 11300 Those who attended church at Mack ville from here were Mr and Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle Water Hanby Maud and Eva Inman Wes Baily and Fur Godby John Crow and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with the formers mother Mrs Tim Corn at Loveridge Mrs J M Shields and two sons Ra mond and Tremain spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs Sabe Coultor F G Gale sold his lambs to J S Yankey at 6c per Ib J D Sutherland sold one hog to F Fitzgerald fo 18 70 iThe school openedMonday with MUM Lizzie Davis as teacher tiJ The Rational Treat ment for Eczema The day ot the uSeiof salves and greasy lotions in the treatment of Ec zema and other skin and scalp diaeaM is done Time has proved them not only practically useless in effecting permanent cures but also unclean and ia reality breeding places for dueae germs LeoHaydons Drug Store pleased to announce irself agent lea ZEMOthe modern clean simple and infallible treatment for eczema pimp les blackheads dandruff and all itch ing diseases of theskm and scalp So confident are i e of its efficacy that we say to youuse Zemo accordtic te directions then if not aatMfactory come and get your moey kckeAsk for booklet tellM 1Wrte ctntt yourself at horns with ZEMQ v a The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKy L Fishing tackle catalogues are rIpe Vacation plans progressing nicely files are not a habit they are anI Infliction Dirt flies disease death each fol tows the other Rocking the bpat Is still a spring pastime for fools Four kisses brought 20 In Omaha Lets hope they were worth It Fresh air is fine but if you would Jive long open the window from the top Edison says that one could live entirely on canned goods But would ne1 Have a garden If you will but dont give all your profits tp the ward ware an rA Poughkeepsie girl was ostra tolzed for marrying This item has moraluIf Wisconsin frogs can eat Florida siimeatAs soon as we are rid of the winter weire confronted with the tornado kind the mosquito If you hear a buzzing sound and see i black object in the alrkIllitIts1- 1fty and dangerous Manure is best applied with a manure spreader on clover sod or Jother is to be broken for An Oregon man cured himself of Myspepsla by fasting 40 days He will ever again have dyspepsia or any ng newsbCYwhoroller skates think the country roads are like The man who told a St Louis convention that husbands are a necessary part of the family has a great future before him The man who marries the girl with the two heads will get his when she becomes angry enough to talk with both at once- Physicians who are watching tha Patterson boy who swallowed a 5torgold piece say that they can see no change in him The next man who succeeds In fly ing across the English channel will have to be satisfied with a Spark Fromtbe Wires item pipinf the hospital he Intends to try his lItunt1Ua powder mill According to a scientist dreams ar the realization of our wishes at any rate they are all the fulfilment som of the wishes seem to get A heap of rubbish around your house is a tombstone to your selfre spect a death blow to your civic prid and a breeding place for flies Twill be some time however before men with flying machines will bleep in England every night and go ip work on the continent every morn Ing Who knows why it is that the most interesting astronomical attraction always occur for the benefit of the pulus and the savages who arent in terested Professor Munsterberg says that it is easy to detect crime True bu mighty hard sometimes to detect th criminals as even our police department will testify Young ladies who expect to gradu ate from one of the prominent eastern colleges this year are preparing to do in very simple gowns Education seems to help after alL The Nebraska woman who was in dieted for refusing to divulge her age to the census taker evidently Is one of those persons who dislike to lie a little even to save themselves trouble The killing of five German blue packets of the minelaying division the German navy while they were maneuvering for practise is an acci dent which reveals the dangers peace for men who must be prepare for war Fatal gunnery acoldents are not rare and even the maintenance on shipboard of heavy magazines of high explosive that are not needed except during actual hostilities is menace to the ships entire comp kient Somehow the French are the ones whore dressing the English channel by the airship route Rather an inter rational affair that The report from Professor Ales eandrinl of the University of Rome that he has discovered the bacllus pellagra in water will lift a burden of Accusation against moldy corn which has long been supposed to be the source of the disease Tho report from Rome makes the urgency of the pure drinking water problem raor bTlous than ever II S 4 iIGOING ON IN IDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF V AL TH LAMUCH WASTE Auditor James Makes Statement Re garding Present System of State Governmento Frankfort Ky All the expenses ot the state government could be paid cut of what is wasted under the present system declares Frmjk P James state auditor who is trying to cut down the expenses of the state at the same time he Is increasing the revenue Mr James wants to show money in the treasury and all debts paid when he goes out of office and is bending- every effort in that direction To thi end he is collecting back taxes from every available source and is stirrin things up in many counties Mr James says that the state yill pull out of the hole all right He has contended this all along and has In sted that an extra session of the was not necessary Mr James is one of the hardest t workers at the capitol and he knows how to economize time so that he can transact a world of business during office hours rind have time for other things CHILDS SMILES WON PASTOR w Chapter fn a Pretty Romance of Mission Work Louisville KyOnemore chaster in a pretty romance of a mission was added when Dr E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church filed a petition in court asking privilege to adopt his little stepdaughter Doris Gordon as his own and make her his legal heir Little Miss Doris is a winsome maid and has completely won the pastors heart Doris mother who is now Mrs E L Powell was formerly a mil iona ry to India from the Firs Christie church It was there that Doris was born Following the deatH of the fa ther a warm friendship sprung up between the pastor of the supporting church and the missionary in India and upon Mrs Gordons return to this Joweltwon pas and now she too will become le gaIly bound to the man who took her fathers place in her mothers heart OFFICERS ELECTED Kentucky Press Association Slate for the Coming Year The officers of the Kentucky Press Association for the coming year are Presidjentt A D Miller vice Ares i secretorey weere W tion A business meeting of the members of the Eighth District League selected ethe following officers President J P Stears of Nicholas ville vice presi dent W V Richardson of Danville secretary and treasurer B B Cozine of Shelby ville Twentyone the twentytwo members Were present at the meeting In the ad and newspaper composition competition prizes were won by the Cadiz Record the Versailles Sun the Hopkinsville New Era the HopkinsvIHe Kentuckian and the Richmond Climax LIGHTNING KILLS LIVESTOCK Mt Sterling KyDuring a heavy liraeck to Thomas Grubbs and knocked down a cow which was being milked but did not injure the negro man who was milking The lightning also killed ten sheep belonging to Jesse Highland and tore down many trees and injured the telephone service The rainfall was heavy in many sections and damaged crops considerably DROPPED DEAD IN FIGHT Louisville KyFour men and o woman had a narrow escape from a gofblood streaming from his moutlu L Stiff Nurt Henry Joseph Cox Otto Placedd in as claimed that pee of the men stru k Daller in the stomach causing h death Coroner Groves found that the man hemorihaligas then amended to disorderly conduct LIGHTNING KILLS STOCK sheepbelongingto town a fine broodmare and two mules belonging to Tom Snoddy in the Bon Ayr section of this county ofand a mule valued at 175 belonging to Charlie Walton near Glasgow June lion Lightning came in pn a fence and partly demolished wireI smokehouse of AG Rutledge here and struck a large tree in Alanson Triggs yard and did much other Jam tc r CORN SHOW FOR LEXINGTON Exhibit to Be Held In Lexington January 3 to7 Lexington KyAt a meeting held here by theKentucky State Corn growers asosciation at the Agricultural College of Kentucky State university in this city the time of the next annual corn show was set for January 3 to 7 1911 inclusive It will be held at the Grange hall of the Agricultural college It was also decided that Lexington shall be a permanent meeting place of the asso ciation until that organization shall select some other place appointedn this committee were Frank McKee president of the association George Karsner George Roberts and all the district vice presidents who are L H Dawson Olmstead W B Finch Fulton S T Goring Rock Lick WH Clayton Hebron L D Sandline Oneida and J E Under wood Smoky Valley Only paidup members of the asso elation will be permitted to exhibit corn except in the case of boys under ofsorganized borscorn beenngfarmers are urged to send their morn bership fee to Secretary George Rojx erts at the Agricultural college Imme stately Only corn that has been shown at some state show Is eligible to the na nsshow here MYSTERY SURROUNDS SHOOTING Woman Shot While Irj Camp of Gypsies Lexington KYMrs Rose Welch a gypsy wife of Joseph Welch and daughter of James Gorman all of Cin cinnati is in a hospital here with a bullet wound in her shoulder The woman was shot while In camp with her husband father and other gypsies on the Richmond pike She claims that she was accidentally shot and has declined to say who had the gun John White an employe at the Lexington reservoir near which the camp is located says however that one of the men of thecamp was shot through the head Persons living in that locality say that they heard several shots fired in the vicinity of the camp Kentucky Intelligence Henderson KySuits were file reveDuetitling Co for back taxes pa a valua tion of 583375 for the past five years Henry Kraver and the Wor sham Distilling Co on a valuation 34442 and the Anderson Box an Basket Co on valuation of 80600 these amounts being the aggregate valuations for the past five years Louisville KyFour deaths by drowning in Louisville and vicinity begin the toll of the swimming sea son The dead are John Bailey aged 35 who fell backward from a skiff Jacob S Engle aged 23 who fell from a rope overhanging the river William Mendling aged 14 Vho got in over his depth and James Lamb aged 23 who was drowned in attempting to esclle1Ien ling LexlqgtonlKyThe commission form of government campaign com mlttee at a dinner given In the Phoe nix hotel formulated definite plans for getting an expression of the voters of Lexington on the subject in ad vance of the November election when it is expected that it will be deter mined whether or not this municipal ity shall be so governed Maysvllle KyWith the thermometer hovering around 90 the new St ialrlcka Catholic church was dedicat ed here in the presence of 1500 peo pie The building was draped with American flags bishop Maes of Coy ington presided Many visitors were here from Newport Ixlpley Paris and other towns Lexington An unusually heavy rainstorm did much damage In Central Kentucky Telegraph telephone- and electrical wires went down in many localities In some places trees and buildings were struck by light ning Carlisle KyCoL John W Pow ing editor of the Carlisle Advocate died at his home Saturday after aliriV ngoring illness The funeral was held Monday The publication of the Ad vccate will be continued by the estate FultonJare over good for tune of this little city inj securing CongressmanOll1 housei Louisville KyThe members of tho Advertisers club gave a celebration at Glenwood Park last week arid point to the record of the club for doing big things Qwensboro News reached here of the killing of J Lawrence Miller at Hardinsburg Ky by the town mar shall Levi Boyles of that place it is alleged that Miller cut three men with a knife and was attempting to Out the officer who was arresting him when he was shot his death resulting insUntly Henderson Thirtysix candidates were initiated into the Henderson Council Knights of Columbus hero The orator of the occasion was I Kavanaugh of Louisville who spoke on The Power of Example The event was concluded with a banquet Mourning Apparel GJ death of Englands king throws THE all the courts of Europe mourning and in consequence the subjects of mourning apparel and mourning etiquette are up for con sideration more generally than for many years Customs change slowly especially thoswhlchrule in matters of greatest moment Rules of eti quette governing In the events of death marriage births and social functions of high Importance have all been Carefully thought out and are the crystallzed expressions of consideration for others They are formulated from the conduct of those whose good taste and keen intuitions put them in position to set examples Much latitude is allowed individual taste in the matter of mourning apparel Some people decry any special dress for those in mourning on the ground that we should not divide our sorrows with others But the great majority feel that the assumption of mourning attire is imperative as a sign of respect to the dead or to his family as well as an outward token of a sense of loss To seems to cast a slight Ignorefdeathof the departed soul creasing number of best social circles assume what is called complimentarYmourning This is either a badge of mourning of some sort or the wearing of black for a short term This is a different mat ter from the mourning apparel as sumed by members of a family Complimentary mourning does not involve the restrictions which that of rela tives assumes Certain fabrics are chosen for those In mourning These nunsveilingdchine mourning silks felt voile and other fabrics of a jet black hue and soft luster dr dun finish Crape is recognized as the correct fabric for first mourning everywhere and Is in Crapde other fabrics and sometimes entire garments are made of It It is a beau tiful fabric made of silk and having FOR YpUNG LADY i This is a very smart frock suitable to be made In cashmere silk and wool crepon or any fine woolen The corselet bodice and side of skirt are cut In one to below hips Y the front Isa panel to foot the lower part of side and back of skirt Is plaited braiding forms the trimming on skirt and front of bodice a simple border being worked at edge of the shoulder straps The undersllp is of piece lace- Materials required 6 yards 46 inches wide 2 yards 18 inches wide for undersllp Like a Rose The rosette on a plain sailor hat gives all the richness jiecessary Folded like a rose intoji rou s a bias piece of Persian silk has been so manipulated that its final effect would suggest both expense and art II diagonal rib or crinkle across the sur face It is made in both dull and silky luster the dull finish Is consid ered the more elegant Recently it Is much used in dress accessories such as collars cuffs and bands and in stoles and muffs for those In deep mourning Silk grenadine Is very gen er lly worn In this country fer veils as shown in Fig 1 It Is light in weight supple and durable It is used in the open weaves for fare veils and is often bordered For summer large mesh silk veils bordered with a fold of crape are worn with millinery made of or trimmed with these ma terials the crape nearly always ap pearing in a flat border or fold Eng lish manufacturers have succeeded In waterproofing these fabrics so tha rain or moisture does them no harm The transition from deep mourning to colors is accomplished gradually After a certain period 6f time more or Jess long at the discretion of the wearer the mourning veil Is discard ed next crape is eliminated The at tire is next all black but not necessarily of recognized mourning fabrics After jblack gray the cold lavenders s and white are worn White maybe worn with black accessories for mourning and is correct but is more often assumed for what is called sec ond mourning that Is In the period of transition from mourning to colors There is nothing so dignified and nothing more elegant than a well chosen mourning costume In choosing models or patterns for making mourn ing gowns or hats qr any garment plain neat and elegant designs are correct Nothing fussy Is adinissi ble No extremes qf the mode are t be considered For millinery neithe- very large or very small hats but those in shapes which are always Worn should be selected Exquisite workmanship must characterize the work of both milliner and dressma ker Fortunately the regular mourn ing fabrics crape bombazine and nun veiling all are adapted to the sort o work required JULIA BOTTOMLEY USEFUL FOR THE TRAVELER Pin Case An Almost Indispensably Requisite When One Is on a Journey A new form of the wellknown pi case for traveling Is being shown jus now that makes acceptable prizes o a present for European travelers The case is formed like a wallet with a flap at the side that buttons over with a patent clasp This i made of cardbdard covered first with cottori batting then with cretonne b ribbons or with an embroidered linen case Inside there is a single leaf adjust ed to back of case like the page of a book This is covered on both sides with white eiderdown or flannel whicn is carried over to line the side of case as well In this lining is stuck on the outer cast safety pins in all sizes and colors On both sides of the inner page are rrangedbIg headed pins in vari ous izes and color These can ion fancy borders or a star figure belo Ing and la border or other artistic group These cases may be made In any convenient size one four by fly fl inches gives plenty of space Silk Seams The making of a silk blouse is re dered all the more difficult where th hom dressmaker is concerned b the fact that the seam to lie fiat must be ironed while a hot iron is only too apt to mark the silk indelibly By far the best course to pursue Is that of passing each seam open or closed over the upturned edge of a warm iron With both hands the seam shouldbe pulled taut and slowly passed over the Iron care being taken to avoid touching more than the seam with the point or side and thereby marking the material underneath About Veils When money Is scarce there seem e nothing that runs away with ones money so fast as veils Their life Is a very shortlived one and often a misadventure ruins them as soon bought Yet we must wear them we want to look smart and to b cheap ones is morse than useless they never look well from the day they are bought The truest ecenemy saysWomans the ad vantage you get four veils for the price of one and it is of a far bitter and lasts longer than if you buy veiling pure and simple CORN r PLANTING E OVER THAT CANADIAN TRIP SHOUt D NOW BE TAKEN If you had intended going to Can ada for the purpose of purchasing land on which to establish a home and companyIover or to go up on your oWn account to select one hundred and sixty qcrea of land free you should delay no longer Cornplanting over your wheat crop Is well ahead and your have a few weeks time before you art required in the fields again Now make your intended trip Reports at hand show that the crop prospects betteithanthey nythingtitwhqQavelook upon this year as likely to be one of the beet they have had A great many are going up this season who expect to pay two or three dollarsan acre more than they were asked to pay last year Others who wish to homestead are prepared to go farther from the line of railway than would have been necessary last year Still It is worth it So it will be with you Next year lands will be higherpriced and homesteads less accessible There is a wonderful tide of immigration to Central Canada now It Is expected that one hundred and fifty thousand new settlers from the United States will be numbered by the end of the percent onetcoun try which does not include those who may come from the northern countries of the Continent These all kintend to settle upon the land The reader does not require an answer to the questions Why do they do itWhy are they going there In such large numbers Western Canada is no longer an experiment The fact that one hundred and fifty million bushels of wheat were raised there last year as against ninety five mil lions the year previous shows that the tiller of the soil in Central Canada is making mpney and it is safe to SlY that he is making more money than can be made anywhere else on the Continent in the growing of grains He gets good prices he has a sure and a heavy crop he enjoys splendid rail way privileges and he has also the advantages of schools and churches and such other social life as may be saprpreferred to others because there ats friends already established The Grand Trunk Pacific on Its way across the Continent is opening up a splendid tract of land which is being taken up rapidly The other railways Canadiaf n into parts inaccessible a couple off years ago With a perfect network of railways covering a large area of the agricultural lands it is not diffi cult to secure a location Any agent of the Canadian Government will be J pleased to render you assistance t y advice and suggestion and a good plan is to write or call upon him thesenoutr the States and their offices are equipped with a full supply of maps and literature From the Greek It Is said of the Inhabitants of iasus off Caria that when a certain harper was performing the people who were listening heard the bell for the opening of the fish market and rushed off with the exception of one man who was a little deaf The harper coming up addressed him thus My good sir I am much flattered by your staying to hear me when all the rest ran oft at the sound of a bell What saldIhe has the fish bell rung Then Im oft too GoodbyStrabo Your Great Grandmother Made Soap woodmwashes let rain water seep through 11soaprinds and scraps of fat meat and pease she had saved She made soft soap Nowadays women dont have to ruin their tempers and their health and their looks making soap or toiling Tasknsoapa soap boraxYlaundry and everywhere else in tble house that a safe and sure cleaner is needed Gasoline Engines Gasoline engines are only used to a limited extent as yet They are just coming into use One dealer estimates about five per cent replacing windmills People are very conserVative about Improvements TAKE A FOOTBATH TONIGHT After dissolving one or two Allen Foot Tabs Antiseptic tablets for the footbath allsorenes8rsmartingodors and freshen tho feet Allens Foot Tabs Instantly relieve weariness and sweating or inflamed feet and hot nerv ousneso of the feet at night Then for comfort throughout the day shake Allens yourfBtitutoa Samples of Allens FootTabs bysLeRoY N FoOlTlbs for FodtTubscIt is curious to see how the space clears around a man of decisive spirit and leaves him room and freedom- John 7Foster x How we dislike the dentist who sprrQS no pains w6v II10 WELCOMING COLONEL ROOSEVELT HOME r003IYELT SPERXI NGTo TH RDWD I COAX CROWS BACK 7 Farmers Drive Birds Away and Grubs Destroy Corn t Black Fellows Finally Induced to Re turn and Trouble Disappears Agriculturists Now See Old Time Green Flelds South Haven Mich There Is one region where the crow generally con ildered a pest is not only a welcome vIsitor but was actually coaxed and begged to return there after having been driven away by years of merci less persecution That spot 1s the j southeast portion of Van Buren coun ty Michigan Years ago there had never been many crows In this vicin ity but one season about that time they began to arrive In countless numbers They occupied every piece of woods for miles around and It was estimated that the colony contained not fewer than 500000 of wlatthe farmers supposed were winged marauders It is rIch land out there and sixty bushels of corn to the acre waS not too much to expect as an average yield Naturally everybody believed that this great army of crows had beard of that garden spot and had marched upon it to devastate the newly planted fields and leave ruin and famine la their wake so men women and children organized In a systematic campaign against the black destroyers They were hunted In their roosts they were trapped they were poisoned and they were even pursued by fire The farmers soon noticed another new visitor that seasona grub that not only attacked the roots of thee young corn btft also played havoc r Bandmaster Refuses to Wave BatonIAgain at Beach Unit Are Removed Santa Barbara Cal Music may have charms to sooth the savage beast Ifut It only stirs the peaceful frog to outrageous rivalry La Mon aca thv famous the great bandmaster wittith8 standing hair has tried it and has failed Ah ha cried Those frog they must din or my music perish This was after the first Saturday night concert of the season in the Plaza del Banos on the bsachwith Its sweep of city gardens stretching out beyond and the frogs that lurk In the lagoons and marshes SIgnor Muscente was playing the madscene from Lucid La Monacas lithe and willowy form was bending An unlflon with the music and making his educated hair bow and bend grace fully as the cedars of Lebanon The reeds slid the brasses were blending In a grand symphony that tugged at every soul string of his listeners when from the flower and palm gardens came the discordant note of an elder gentleman frog with a basso that denoted years of training Then the lady froggies Joined too and La Monaca was enacting a mad oene in real life He spoke Italian with the grass They bemoaned these disastrous visitations greatly for it never occurred to them that the crow was among them for any other pur pose than evil So the warfare on the crow was carried on with merci less vigor and the next season there was a decided decrease in the size of the crow colony It grew smaller and smaller year by year until only a few wild and straggling flocks put in an appearance During all this time the yield of corn an acre had gradually decreased and the crow was credited with being the principal cause of the loss The grub was still at work but the farm ers had that they were not able to handle It But the first season the crowds failed to appear the yield of corn was smaller than It had ever been and the season was one of the most favorable for corn in the his Telephone Boon to King Trunk Line Given to George V With out Delay No Matter Who Must WaltObeys Rules LondonWhat would not one give to have Just a little of the privileges enjoyed by King George In the use of the telephone King George no doubt thinks the telephone is the greatest boon under the sun To him it must be a source of the greatest comfort and enjoyment as much as to the ordinary Londoner it Is the most agonizing nerve wrecker he finds in the course of adays business One does not like to say anything disrespectful about King George but I Frogs Stop Classical Music strainsr volubly and fluently and with apparent relief But he refuses to waste his baton on the beach air again until he frogs are removed Meanwhile La Monaca wiy confine his music to the uptown parks until the last froggie has croaked his last croak LIVERIED MEN GUARD FOWLS Hen at Coming California Poultry Show Valued at 10000 Of Orpington Breed Stockton CalPeggy a hen the owner values at 10000 will be the big feature of the first poultry show to be given next November by the San Joaquin Poultry association which has already commenced the preliminaries and expects to hold the biggest exhi bition ever attempted in the west The famous hen is the property of a stock farm near Kansas City and Is of the crystal white Orpington breed She has created a sensation wher ever shown and Is attended by five liveried guards wherever she is shown At the last exhibition she was ordered from the showroom for blocking the aisles She was then moved to a store window and was ordered out of the city where exhibited as the crowds about the wiiidovt hindered the traf fic of the streets s i s or I PARROT Of THF ROUGH RIDERS YORKCol Theodore Roose NEW has retired to his home at Bay and has asked to be to rest for his welcome by the nation was so strenuous that even the vigorous expresident was tired However he enjoyed the af fair every minute of it and no part of It more than the opportunity to meet his old comrades in arms the Rough Riders Mr Roosevelt proposes to devote himself to literary work and social duties for a time and resolutely refuses to make any public statements at present concerning political affairs Despite this he already has had pri vate conferences with several men in public life on whose Judgment he relies and it may not be long before he is induced to say something tory of the county Some of the farmers went to thinking The grub in creased in numbers The corn crop kept on growing less and less until ten bushels to the acre was as big a yield as that rich bottom would return and the crows had not been per matted to got another foothold in the region either Then the thinking farmers made up their minds that the reason the crows had put in such a large and sudden appearance a few years before was that they had simply followed the wake of the grubs and had come to feed on that irrepressible pest and then the community felt like kicking itself clear out of the state They went to work to try to get the crows back again They sent clear to the Wabash country where the biggest crow roost on top of the earth is located and had thousands of crows captured and forwarded to them The next season something like the oldtime colony took up its quarters In the woods and that fall the biggest prop of corn that had been known in the region for five years was gathered is at the same time the king may at times be the cause of profanity on the part of a disappointed subject When the king requires to speak over a trunk line he has the right to claim playbeTo let you understand what this means usually a person requiring to use a trunk line unless heIs very fortunate has to wait at least half an hour before other callers who have requisitioned the line have finished their business for each caller Is given the line in turn While three minutes Is the time allowed for a call except when the king is using it his majesty has the privilege of talking without any time limit As a matter of fact however the king who had occasion recently to use the trunk lines rather frequently rarely or never exceeds the time limit His majesty knows how a telephone should be used and Is careful to ob serve rules laid down to Expedite the majesty speaks rather slowly and distinctly but not loudly so his listener never has to ask him to repeat a word His the experience- at the trunk exchange that the royal calls are very quickly cleared MINER GETS MANY PICTURES Woman Spends Five Days Posing Be fore Camerato Gratify Whim of Husband in Alaska ISeattle Wash Three hundred dollars Is what a wealthy llasican mine operator paid for pictures of his wife to arslocal photographer Being tied down to his work in Alaska and un able to make the usual summer trip toMs Seattle home Alonzo Provost sent 300 with instructions to get photographs of his wife in every pose possible Mrs Provost called at the photog perhusbandsdays posing before the camera and as n result her doting husband in the far north will see some astonishing views of his onliest ftlt t f + otH tiTHEI 1MOST IMPORTANT NEWS iI++ + MNEW OFFICERS CHOSEN Kentucky Educational Association Se lects Owensboro for Next Meeting Henderson KyWlth the election of officers the selection of Owensboro Ky as the next place of meeting the thirtyninth annual session of the Ken Lucky Educational association adjourned sine die after a most successful meeting The officers elected are as followsGeneral Association T Jl Coates president Richmond L W Vinson secretary Frankfort G M Money treasurer Shelbyville Board of DirectorsT J Coates Richmond George H Ramsey Dan vile BR Jones Frankfort McHenry Rhoades Owensboro Barksdale Hamlet Hopkinsville J W Welch Hen derson J P W Brouse Somerset Executive Committee T J Coates FlrankfortGMutaine Lexington T J Jones Lex ington G H Wells bcottsville C D Lewis BereaMrs J B Larue Owens IJoroA C Burton Mayfield NCHammack Morganfield C A Tenner Winchester UNVEIL BRONZE BUST OF GOVERNORsSHfcLBY Frankfort Ky With simple but impressive ceremonies the bronze bust of Gov Shelby was presented to the historical society and accepted by it The rooms of the society were filled with visitors many of the Lex ington chapter of the D A R coming preIsidedLyle of Lexington for the Lexington sOjcletygem and her short talk was pronounced a Kn behalf of the society H V Mc Chesney first vice presWentnccepted the bust and spoke briefly He was fol lowed by John Wilson Townsend who reviewed some of the work of Gov onlyforJennie C Morton read an original poem a tribute to Gov Shelby After the meeting Mr Longmoor made a short talk urging the people of the state and especially those present to join the historical society and help It by cooperation and work SACK OF HUMAN BONES Louisville KyA sack of human bones some of them covered with clinging flesh was found on the east ern city dump and turned over to Cor oner Duncan Besides the bones articles of clothing were found including shoes an undershirt hosiery and the halt sleeve of a shirt The undershirt wpich ap reared tq have been1 torn toil pieces was bloodstained A numbeij of the bones found appear to have b en saw ed apart thus substantiating a theory advanced by the police and the cor oner that the skeleton found is a cadaver which was formerly the property of medical students GOVERNORS MEETING Frankfort Ky Citizens of Frank fort will have the opportunity his fall Of entertaining former P evident Roosevelt Gov Willson has returned home from New York and states t lat the mighty hunter has signified this in tention oi coming here this fall to attend the governors conference Gov Willson was not supposed to give out this news at this time but it was so good that he would not keep it and tipped off I a number or his friends who told of Col Roosevelts coming VENERABLE WOMAN DIES Munfordville KyMrs Ito J Hubbard wife of Dr G G Hubbard of this city died at her home She had been in feeble health for nearly a nqexpecttWilliam T AleElroy of Lebanon For finer Gov J Proctor Knott of Lebanon Is her nephew STRUCK DEAD BY LIGHTNING Newport Ky While the sign was beating down on the hamlet of Bray ville Campbell county a bolt of light ning struck and instantly d VII liam Fargo aged 19 years who was at work in a field nearby There were absolutely no signs of a storm when the youth met bis deathj DEATH BY DROWNING WilHamstown Ky While swim ming in the railroad lake ndar this city W L Allphin former circuit clerk of this county was drowned He and W G OHnravswatn from one bank to another nud when they reached the land Allphin complained- of being weak and nervous but undertook to return to the starting point OHara following though the latter IQ looted a different route and when he crawled out on the bank he missed Allphin A D MILLER PRESIDENT KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION w D Miller editor of the Richmond Ky Climax was elected president of the Kentucky Press association at Middlesboro last week Mr Miller is one of the leading publishers of Cen tral Kentucky I The Commonwealth I AugustaAt Brooksville in the Bracken Circuit court a Jury returned a verdict sustaining the will of the lateBF Powers Cincinnati tobacco man who died five years ago leaving a fortune of 350000 By his will Henry C Powers Cin cinnati attorney and sister Miss Kit y Powers received 15000 each while T S Hamilton of CovIngton and his brother R P Hamilton of Augusta nephews of the deceased each received about 75000 broughtsuitbeen appointed administrator claim Ing thatBF Powers was not com etent to mako a will owing to the tact that he had suffered a stroke of paralysis Just before he made It Harrodsburg KyWhIle fishing in Salt River six miles from Harrods travelingsalesman with an attack of heart trouble and died almost Instantly Johnson In company with two other men went to the river shortly after noon He was sitting ona log out several feet from the shore when he suddenly felt back into the water His companions leaped into the river and carried the unfortunate man to the Shore Everything possible was done to revive him but he expired In a few minutes Mr Johnson with his wife and little son had been In Harrods burg for several days He was abcut 30 years of age and had been on the road for several years for a gro cry house Hopkinsville Alleging that 358 400 worth of tobacco was held in storage in this city and county on Sept 1 1908 on which taxes were never paid for the year 1909 the dark tobacco district association of Ken tucky Tennessee and Virginia or the Planters protective association has been sued Huntsman state revenue agent for back taxes in the sum of 3p84 and for 20 per cent ad ditional asj prescribed by law amount ing to 7180 or a total of 430080 F rank ortAttorney General Breathitt gave Col Albert Scott chairman qf the board of control the opinion that the city of Louisville can sell water Ito the state This was Just a verbal opinion and the attorney general is making a more thorough Investigation and will deliver a written opinion Tihe water is to be used at Lakeland Asylum and the matter will be tested 111the court before the 75 000 is spent that purpose Lexington J W Rodes as treas urer of Fayette county filed suit against Dan W Scott as sheriff of Fayette county and his bondsmen to compel Scott to pay over to him in cash the slim of 8000 collected for taxes prior to May 1 of this year Scott tend red payment in county warrants Bodes refused to accept the warrants The Fiscal court instructed action to enforce his demand Lexington About 500 men and women met In the courthouse and passed resolutions condemning the ac tion of the local board of education in reelecting William F DeMoss prin cipal of Johnson school and calling upon the qoard to reinstate the six teachers who were deposed after they had brought charges of unfitness for the position against DeMoss Maysville Ky William Dillon aged 18 years employed on the farm of R O Chamhe s near Sardis was struck and instantly killed by lightning while at barn to escape the rain The bolt stijuck a post and came down inside causing Dillons death and shocking tree other men standing near Dillons parents live at Salem Ridge this county Somerset KyA message from Glenvllle tejls of the accidental kill ingot little Mary Marshall by her 7 yearold br ther with a shotgun The children were playing Wild West and in pointing the gun at the little girl he pulled tpe trigger and the entire loaa of shot took effect in her Head causing instant clcthILouisville1 4Seven year bid Dallas McCollom was killed in his mothers presence at the family residence when he struck a large railroad torpedo with a hammer The boys father is Charles McCollom conductor Watch mother the boy shouted as he raised the hammer Frankfort When members of coun ty education boards leave the state for a prolonged stay they must leave a written notice with the county school superintendent and a substitute in their place if they expect to retain their trusteeship This Is the law construction mad by State Superintendent Reg nstein the case of F M Patrick against Iin T Fletcher of Magofiin county left the state fOI Seattle and Patrick was elected in his stead Fletcher was away Seen months and at the recent election of a teacher he came from Washington to veto 1 o IDANCEJIt SiGNALs unmistakable il orals of distress ToofreguentortciKty urinary passages backache headache and dizzy spells tell of disordered kid mIIney Pills They cure sick kidneys t PIPltlltO Mrs M A Gaa RusleUvmIfrom kidney disease that I gave UP hop n J of my recovery 1 rest neither 4night or day the pains In my hack nearly driving me weredecided mheartwithDeansused two boxes I was as well u ever Remember the name Doans celltboxT x The Juvenile Buster The famous Champ Clark at a din ofjthetrustsThe feeling against monopolies has reached even to the nursery I saw a somejhlriJpenealli mured angrily- I wish there was an anticrust law Casey at the lat This famous poem Is contained fa the CocaCola Baseball Record Book for 1910 together with records schedule for both leagues and other valuable baseball information compiled by au thorities This interesting beok tent by the CocaCola Co of Atlanta Ga on receipt of 20 stamp for postage Also copy of their booklet The Truth About CocaCola which tells all about this delicious beverage and why it is- ao pure wholesome and refreshing Are you ever hottiredthirstyD- rink CocaCola It is cooling re lieves fatigue and quenches the thirst At soda fountains and car bonated in bottles 5b everywhere Hard Task Indeed Little Helen was at the seaside witk her aunt and In the house where they were staying was a telephone One day she heard her mother taUdng from the city and she was so terrified that she burst into tears Oh auntie auntie she sobbed how shall we ever get mamma out of that little 1 holeA Advice A woman was looking over theghoul der of a man who was writing this item and ust when he got to thla polBta was writing the word soap eke said Theres one great essential in a laundry soap It must be a soap that will not rot the clothes or the fabrics Some soaps will clean goods but tkey rot them others have sticky yellew rosin In them and stain the clotkea yel low Just you write that Easy Task soap saves half the work and saves all the clothes and drives away the dirt and keeps away the disease germ and is the best soap I ever found And so her advice has beea followed for women know snip The Modern Youth Uncle H nrySoyou are going to school now Willie Do you love your teacher Willie agedsevenI should say not Shes too old for me The Gentle GamewKnlcker =DId he set foot where man never trod before c Booker Yes he kicked another player on the skull rant OPERATIONPREVENTED by Lydia Pinkbams Ver etable Compound ChlcagQm eel want to tell what E Pinkhams Vegetable- Compound did for me I was so that two of the best doctors in Chicago said Iwould die if I did not have as operation lhda- lready had two operations and they wanted me to- go through third one I sUffered day I and night from in fiammation and a I small tumor and never thought of dayltoldmehowLjrdia I E Yel otable Compound had helpedher and I tried it and the third bottle was cured Mrs ALVENA SrERMxa 1468 Clybourne Ave Chicago IlL If you are ill do not drag along at of emplo nt uecessaf1tdbtttbuild move the cause of aches and aims b taking Itfdia Eo pinkhams Vegetable Compoundmad from roots and yearsit half been the stun dardreciy female Ills and lwi the health OL tuou troubledsAndsofwomenwhohsy with ceration broad tumors irregularities Pfeelingness or nervous pro iont yvu trJi I 4 31 4 THE SPRINGFItLD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY6IQlo 1fPRIN16FIEt sUN MWUEP EVERY WEDNESDAY + SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance N L SMITH Editor and Publisher Metered at the poatoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission the i1as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1Jeyear fl x Moths soa Three Months So DEMOCRATIC TICKET CONGRESSyIBON BEN JOHNSON sf OUR CANDIDATE it L We clip the following comments from the Jessamine Journal in regard to Con gressman Johnsons candidacy fortheI Governorship As the remarks are bu the reflex of our own feelings arid opinI ionsas regards Mr Johnson we gladly give them publication and endorse ev ery statement trade Mr Johnson is the logical candidate The injection o Mayor lead of Louisville into the campaign as a candidate for Governor r a will efund the Sun believes to have been an egregious blunder from the fact that it merely emphasizes the de termination of the Louisville ring to centralize all political power in the State in that ambitious burg For this the majority of the voters will potc stand and there is little doubt that Mr Johnsons chances of success have been largely improved bv this illadvised ac tion on the part ot the machine W append the comments of our cotempo raneBcCongressman Ben Johnson of BardRI town Will be a candidate for the guber nato al nomination that seems to be a settled fact says the Jessamine JOUrll nal Forthe benefit of our readers who are not well acquainted with Mr Johnson we desire to say a few things which we know to be absolutely true We have had a long and pleasant friendship with Mr Johnson extending over a urnlhSjtbovhoe grown ripened However the editor oftbed Journal is not blinded by friendsbip that which we shall say about this gen tlernan is admitted to be true by all the people who know him We are glad of our acquaintance is ship with Ben Johnson we areglad that we are sufficiently well acquainted with him to chronicle true things about his priyate and public life To begin with BenlJohnson a man ky Hisfriends are found among all classes of people the poor and therich the black and the white the high and the low He is loved and honored byj the people because he has ever beent the friend of the people He has helped more men on to better things than another man in Kentucky and it has al ways been a pleasure for him to do so The hardest thing he ever says to a friend is no when that friend wants something done that Mr Johnson can not do Ben Johnson is charitable to a degre- cripplesthat his pilcse but he does no permit his works for charity to be shouted from the housetop When he fills a coal house for some pool woman in Bardstown he tries to keep the secret from leaking out and when he buys food and clothing and shoes for the lit tlechildren of poor widows and strugg ling men Jie does not rush into print and display his deeds of charity Ot course his benevolence is known to the people ot his home town because he has been doing good this way for thirty years Coupled with all these most e cellent attributes is a high sense of ho or an untiring energy an intensity of purpose and a rugged honesty that have won for him the esteem of thousands of people and the admiration of all but a trio ot his very few enemies He has a level head full of good strong brains he is a natural leader of men he is a sate and sane business man possessing a marvelous 6X690 live ability he is a strong speaker and con winces his audience with his logic arid his smooth elegant language On t stump ne is a power because he goes 4LO the meat of the cocoanufbecause he deals in facts and presents them in the clearest manner There is hot a better debater in Kentucky and as the Democratic nominee for Governor he would take care of nimself and party in a manner that would win for him th- 1Yauditsofthepeople irh ollowmK editorial isclipped frum the LaRue County Heralds There Is not another man in the State better fitted to lead the ticket in the next gubernatorial contest than the Fourth District Congressman and the probabilities are that he will be nom nand for Governor without any serious opposition He is strong in every s tion of theTStatei He is liked by t maSses of the people because they recognize in him a man of integrityr- who ie cannot stoop to petty things andI one in whom they know they can put every trust When Ben Johnson is elected Goy ernor of Kentucky the humblest citi zen of the State will be received at the capitol with open arms and will be rho as much consideration as the richest man in America One of his character isticsrone of his prettiest traitsisbis love for the man who is battling again ocRfe who is battling as it were with pinching adversity and he delights to assist him That is the reason his home county of Nelson always gives him unusually large majorities The Po 11erousput their political faith behind them and go to the polls and vote for Ben John son It is said that he will not lose 2 yotes in Nelson county in the next gubernatorial election Besides being an excellent busine man Mr Johnson is without doubt ti e most astute politician in the State He knows how to organize and he new evetno t places and when the final day of cones his forces are well trained a victory is assured in advance of the on slaught sayfed in the face of a 200000 Republican cam paign fund He was a most important factor jn the contest Of last year m which the Democracy swept the Sta like a cyclone The Herald is for himfor Governor first because he will make the State a clean conservative brilliant official second because he will lead the Demo ats to a sweeping victory r Newspaper Rightsl peeea liar ideas about a newspaper Th regard it not as a business but as convenience If the paper reaches them te or fails to give every item ot news or its conduct toward them is in a manner they do not like they then very properly make a business ma tter of it because they bargained for something they are not getting They make these- issues every day in the year xcept ti first day when the business idea is totgotten and the only thing uppermost plea to get out of paying what they honestly owe the paper These same men will meet the news man with a smile offer him a or a cigar and then ask him to say in his paper that he is the most enterprising and progressive citizen in the State Thats their idea of business Now the newspaper is a business It not a glory making machine It c anairno more live on sentiment than can its butIyou may owe or years back subscription yet if 3000 subscribers reason like youth t we collect the news for the fun ot it pri ters work all night just to print it for you the paper mill gives us the paper because it wants to see us do we machinery men give us machinery for the same reasonthen it becomes a different matter Instead of a of glory it is 96cash dollarsI elp and suppliesNews it forth W Va the stomach fails to perform dejca numerous tota s Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de pended upon to do it Easy to take and effective Sold by All Druggists fiR i CIVILIZED JLt JC ednforth ond rdPPa7 Stationery Toafie Jralulrsf d1 ofCivilization l MeeofOurWork heyr rtJne f JJWtJ See our Samples of Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations Monogram Paper etc J The SpringfieldSun ftUltStHTlN4iJl R fJOTRT 1 iiNexutuaM- cis 0 IL1LM x i FACTS IK FEW LINtS lessoniTunning of suukesklns for womens trtInSweden Is organizing a movement to prevent young men from emigrating from that country In southern Italy there are some 20000 persons living In ten villages who speak the Greek language Hrhuandwi oryear per em EoglantThe Increase of population In Swt den during 1908 was greater than dui Inir any of nit lust teuJearsumoun IeIng to 51887 or 90T per thousand orThe total quantity of radium Which IsCleIpound aiOsorb four times the amount of water thtlt will be absorbed by the same Cokes If cold A tuberculosis congress will he held in Athens pest year to which will beer invited nut only physicians but all they mayors and other prominent people of Greece erypatentn usdmints fulfilled before its imnortatinn Is allowed Dr Xeff the dlrecid oi the deport Dent of health of Philadelphia has started a movement to eradicate ade noids in the school children bf the Quaker City toThe government commissioners ap pointed hi Italy to report on flic ques lion of woman suffrage recommended that women engaged in trade have the right to vote for members of the cham hers of commerce Poison for catching noxious animals is in Norway obtainable only by ex hibition of certificate from the po ice authorities containing certain information about the purchaser the nature and nsr of the poison etc A waterless lock for canoes between two lakes of different levels in a los Inclinesaenters and footways on either side on which persons walk in dragging the craft over the summit One of the godfathers of the Ger mu crown prluces youngest son is Count Zeppelin The gift of the air navigator to the little prince was a bronzeec an he dirigible balloon Zeppelin I1IV isA Skowhcgan 1iei man who lies been experimenting with kites to quite an extent declares that the time is comiHg when fishing will be done from flying machines instead Of boats He says that fish are afraid of boats but that they will bite at bait suspended from kites The novel life belt of P Guterman an English inventor Is a metal strap adjustable to man or child with four tilled metallic floats about the size of an ordinary cocoauut It is claimed that the wearer of the belt must al ways assume and keep a perpendlcu Jar posidoB Jn the watera T wo children aged about six and eight wandered Into the receiving ward at a London hospital The elder folnhove awful cauf thank it is bwoop lug cauf You wait ii mluit and hear IIthem cauf She was right The first post route in the United States was established in 1872 It wasI between New York and Boston anti the schedule was untie a month To day the yearly cost of mull transporta tion on our railroads alone is about 45000000 The railway postoffice lines cover 20S4S4 miles and employ over 15000 oulcVPS nod clerks robbedmmoney to about 00000 at u hotel in St Moritz told the police that till she regretted was the loss of her own pearl neck lace and the necklace of her pet dog The dogs necklace consists of four teen large pearls attacked to a thin band of gold and Is worth about 2 250 Eight new sanctuaries for birds nndI animals have been set apart in the state of Victoria Australia by InIgovernment within a year This is addition to the ordinary protection af forded by law to kangaroos platypus magpies laughing Jackasses cold cer tamp other animals and is inteuded to prevent the extermination of native combers reaped a plentiful baVvest along the Thames embank 101Ifriars and Westminster and among the treasure trove found were fountain pens coins metal boxes and a dainty watch which had been dropped by careless sightseers The Daughters of the Confederacy have bought the house in which StoPEI wall Jackson died They have also bought four acres of land around the house and will convert the whole into a memorial tto Jackson The scene of Jacksons death was a small house near Guinea Station on the line of railroad between Washington and Richmond and about twelve miles mouth of Fredericksburg Va fi++W++ fiWi + ++ tMf+ i TOO MUCH MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING 1 7WE ARE GOING TO MAKE it Special owricesIN THIS DEPARTMENT t iFOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS 1 Sp tHat we may Reduce tHe Stock t4IF This isa good chance to get a BARGAIN and you should NOT fail to take advantage of it The stock consists of the Newest Stylesin Spring and Summer Suits and you will + get a liberal reduction on every one of them K i weretw Wj HALF PRICEatbargaint jir t One Lot of Mens and Young Mens STRAW HATS AT HALFPRICE + r flSHERELOOK 4l ltL ttf Special t pf Young Mens Socks OCjnew shade 50c valu s tor aWW + Special t 4f Young fens all colors 25c value for Socks19c One lot Mens Fine Shirts 125 and 1 values for each 69c+ t 2C bavb many to offer be to show you W I ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED KENTUCKY w + iHit iHi + Dr G1 T Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Extracted With out Pain WORK A SPECIAfY StnctlyirstclassOffice in Block up stairs News NoteS f4lftlsDuring the waters two weeks ago a bunch of Geese came to my at Fredericktown Owner can same by proving property and ping S B Nnlly FOR SALEA beautiful tone square goodiparticulars call at the Sun Office V For firstclass Cleaning and Pre Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND GEO G GOWDY Pr p We a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Goo to haven farms farms all of farms See us for city property in ARNOLD OR DR DEAT Bardstown Ky The Ladies Aid of Chris ian Church will serve dinner County C urt day in September Patronage fiery thankfully received j lWrMens Black Socks Per + 7 I MensHeavy Grey Mixed Sox Per 7 12C Silk FourinHand Ties Worth 40ctfor C + 7W We bargains and will glad W The iSPRINGFIELD + f + + ++++++ff+ i+ + teeth CROWN flagon Local high home have charges sing PRESSING CLUB have stock kinds Society t pair pair The following ladies formed a joyous party that was driven from the Springfield hotel by T P OBryan in his fine carryall to the Chautauqua Monday MrsL M McLaughlin Mrs L H Bellebaum Mrs Frank Noe Mrs Gwin Marks Misses Annie Kelly Lizze Logs BryanIThe officers of the Peoples Deposit Bank invite the attention of the readers of the Sun to its semi anual Bank State ment found in another column of ths paper It shows exceptional good earII nings and as indicated by its serVIng the public faithfully We thank its patrons for their generous patronage and confidence and pro mise them the same liberal treatment of their business in the future Revs W 1 and J H Hines will con duct a protracted meeting at Hillsboro beginning July 11 Everybody invited to attend The First National Bank reports an other recordbreaking business during the past six months This banknow has a surplus o 40000 and has its diviIIdend To Mammoth Cave July 28th fram Springfield and at way stations on regular train 600 a m hotelincluding comIpJeteprom atBardstownreturn See L N Agent From reports received by The Sun Mr Bud Morgan our former fellow citizen and former County Representa tive is in aprecarious condition While at church Sunday he was stricfcfcpwith paralysis arid has since been In a serious condition When living here Mr Morgan was one of the most prom inept men in the county He was a member of the Legislature and at one time made a race for County Judge but was defeated Since leaving here Mr Morgan has liyed in Hai rods burg IToe big fight is over the Fourth has mtoN history now let us get down to business where is that base bill score card A Bargain Farm t Of 420 acres fine Shelby and Okihara county land on pike four miles south of Beards on L N Electric Line 200 a res blue ras8 about 85 acres oyerfiow bottom balance fine upland in cultivation no wasteland a fine stock wheat corn or tobacco farm no better in the corn belt of Kentucky a well builti two story seven room dwelling and put buildings three barns three tenant houses fairlr good fencing plenty of water known as the Forward farm Terms liberal Address or call Morgan entBardsoown Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS A Socially ServiceGHaraltteectI 8 81 a 18 al elela 8a el al IITinning and Plumbing I IGuttering end Repair Work a Specialty We do your work promptly All work Guaranteed HATCHETT McPHERSON Leave orders at Barber Pettus Hardware Store and they will receive prompt attention I T 7 THE SPitINGFIEI4D SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 6 cgioI 5 JI Nor The Comfort 1 v Of The HorseI zsTheabove illustration shows F how horses may have sOund ft j shoulders and necks even when doing the heaviest wOrkII No pressure on the and lower of the bone Ionx Pressure applied at any other place is an Injury to the horse There Iyou have theprinciple on which the collar IS built Pressure applied- in the proper place and m the proper manner ICall and let me show you and explain how and Why Iit protects your horses I a GeOJ egeinannII OLD RUBE the hISappr IJ 1 fWjllflj Sj r8j ir r = CHIEF JUSTICE t FULLER DEAD Was Over Twenty Years Chief Justice of The Supreme Court- r r Of The United States Bar Harbor Me July 4Chief Jhs- ti Melville W Fuller of the United States Supreme Court diedof heart faIlure at has home in Sorrento at 6 oclock this mornisn The death of the Chief Justice was entIrely unexpected as he had been i- pf apparently good health lately and there bhad been no premonitory symptoms of any kind of trouble Chief Justice Fuller arrived at Sor rento June 25 from ChIcago He fiat well is Chicago in June but SinceI timing to Sorrento his health entlY had beer very good j his advanced age He enjayed a sermon yesterday m the Church of the Rede Jamestbeen Ii lifelong friend of the Fuller family J Tell Us Man Tell us are you adyertiaing Iii the same old foolish waY youbAnd persist It doesnt payt i Think the whole world knows your address Cause ithasnt changed in yearsIWouldnt the pathos of such Drive abillygoat to tearsSi1 Just a card is aU you care fort tLikeTelling folks that you are dead Wye up man and take a tonic Bunch your hIts and make a drive Runa page and change your copy ADVERTISEand keep alive fi Southern MerchantI cto Not Built That Wayt YeSterday we were asked if we ever saw a bald headed woman We answer ect No we never didnor dId we ever see a woman waltzing around town in her shirt sleeves wJtb a cigar in herr teeth and running into every saloon she saw We have never seen a woman go fishing with a bottlein her pocket sit on the damp ground aU day and come home drunk at night Nor have we ever seen 8 woman yank off her coat and say she could tick any man tow i God bless her sheis not built- ghat way CrusadeAgalnatnat Denmark has a rat law The na- tionai government Is to spend 1600 a year and borough councils 3s 3d per 100 persons per year to exterminate the vests Each rat Is said to cost a farthing a day In the material it destroys In US weeks the total rats destroyer amounted to 103000 BEAUTIEUL HAIR Leo tfaydon Sells the Crlatest Hair Beautifier in the World Parisian Sage the grand and efficient hair restorer IS guaranteed to prma neatly remove dandruff in two Weeks or your money back Parisian Sage stops fallin hairit prevents the hair from fadmgI It is the best beautifier of ladies hair fluffyIjng and daipttly perfumed dressing not sticky or greasy lParisian Sage is sold and rigidly guar Leo Hayden Price 50 cents a large bottle The girl with th Au packageI Parisian very both as a grower and dandruff cure YICOo oo o owooo oooot Keep Baby God i INaturedny the use of our tlcum powder raseline etc They will cool and 1 oaths hIS tender skin stop hun from rettmg Donlt forget agood mfrs- g bottle either Get him one of C ours andalso some of the standard 1 nfant foods to go with it Their use C will keep him healthy and happy too LEO HAYDON THE PRESCRIPTION STOREe O o oeoeooeaeQeooa eo C aeoeceaeaeceJeoeapeaeaeaecelI 1 We Are Never Bossed by traditIon or custorp in the retail ing of dry goods Nu matter what maybe the usual price for certain qualities it doesnt hinder us from reducing the price if we can ir giv 0 ing better qualities for the same q money Come and see how well D f earned is the title of The Little Better Store this establishment isi known by i = 0 = Grundy Mcintire ti Qa QQQQQaaQnoQ Miladys Mirror A veryy flee physician one told a pretty young woman who asked bow to keep down her fast IncreasIng flesh to eat bread and meat Then be went on to say that It Is the sauces the vegetables dressed with butter the cream in eoffee the desserts and the sweets that make flesh A tenth quantity ot sugar Is actually necessary to perfect health and a woman may well eat a few bits ot good candy every day directly after a meal But there must be no dallying with pies and cakes and puddings with sauces no rIce unless taken as a veg etable macaroni Is too starchy white bread If fresh hot buttered muffins and rolls cream sauces on thlngsalt these are taboo to the woman who realty wants to grow thInner Lead meat no pork tit all toast with out butter tea without sugar or ere im and coffee the same No grid andIholidaysImay Indulge but just a little at the time not a feast one day and lust the other No mIdday naps no leaving off the corset and Pl nty or energetic mov Ing about Then she should b satisfied It the scale eglsters 150 instead ot 200 pounds at the end ota twelvemonth She will not lose her health or per beauty under such n regime Cure For Insomnia A warm bed and a hot water bottle or tailing that a hot Iron are excel lent remedies for insomnia In cold weather The bed should be warmed with the hot water bottle before one gets Into It land It there Is a radiator In the room the plllows should be plat d upon It for a few minutes Oth- erwiSe they should l1e warmed with the bottle It Is wonderfully soothing to get Into a warm bed on a cold night much more so than warming the bed with ones body and may make aU the difference between peaceful slumbers and wakefulness Then If one wakes In the dead watch and middle ot the night there Is a wonderful sense of companionship in the warm bottlek t ones feet and under this Influenceone may soon drop off to sleep again The Freverse he sleep just as Warmth does In winter For Rough Hands Mutton tallow is still considered by many persons as the best remedy for chapped lips and hands despite the vdgue ot many more pretentious ointments and other preparations To ren der the best service mutton tallow must be properly prepared Get the unrendered tallow wash It carefully and place It In pan with some water Let It cook sloWly In the oven addling f pInch ot alum to keep the melted rat from becomIng rancid When the tal low Is ready to be poured a jar strain It through a double thickness ot cheesecloth Any desired perfume may be added and sometimes a stick ot cinnamon Is put In the grease while It Is In the oven For those who do not care for the plain tallow white wax In equal proportions Is melted with it Natural Red Cheeks A liquid whIch will make the face pink Is composed ot one gill ot white wine vinegar threequarters ot an ounce ot honey strained threeeIghths otan ounce ot onequarter ot an ounce of ground nutmeg and one eIghth ot a dram of shredded red san dalwood The Ingredients are put Into a smooth agate or porcelain saucepan and slowly brought to the boiling point They are kept tU that without bubbling for halt an hour when the liquid Is left to cool and Is strained through a pIece ot muslin Itls then put on tjtti ipTxl n with n soft cloth bind allowed to dry on It should be washed off at night It the shade Is not dark enough It may be increased by ridding a larger quantity of sandal wood Almond Milk Instead of Soap Almond milk asa skin food and lotion is highly extolled and while not easy to make can be accomplished even by amateurs For this thirty good sized wlmonds are blanched and broken A teaspoonful otgranull1te sugar Is then added to them and half a pint of rose water Is slowly worked over pounding all the time The ob- jeCt Is to reduce the nUts to the finest powder They should be In glass or china while this Is done Only a few drops of rosewater are put In at a time When all the liquId Is finally In the lotion stands for twentyfour hours and Is then strained It Is used as any cold cream For Chapped Lips Cracks lit the corners ot the mouth a most palnfulcondltlon are very frequently caused by acId stomach solely These cases may be treated by apply Ing bicarbonate of soda full strength and dry there being enough moIsture on the surface to make It hold This Is done at night Spirits of camphor may be highly beneficIal both for chapping and cold sores When applied It wall cause a severe smarting which lasts only a few moments As the liquid is very- rkfriugent grease of soihekind must te applied gimediately afterward f jW V STALLARD D D 5 J SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 I TEETH I EXTRACTED WITHOQT Pain IreoeQoeoeoeoedoeoeooeQe QoNotesD e aaVisitors In and Out of TownA o Round Up o Personal Newso oaMiss Martha Boblitt has returned to her home at Woodlawn after a visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs c W Hagan have returned to their hone in Lebanon after a two weeks visit here Mrs W E Lea hmm is the guest of frIends id Lebanon this week Miss May Mayes will leave Friday for a visit at Oakland Ky Misses Mary Noe and Vlrgie laves spent Sunday and Monday wit Miss Hattie Arnold at TexaS Sylvester Russell Charley Putnam and Logan Bosley of Lebanon attended the dance here last week Jos Polin spent Monday in Bards town on business Mr and Mrs Robert Graham have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to Mrs G D Bodine Nealeotdinc1l1Miss Mary LOgan natl is the guest 00 her grandPvents Mr and Mrs F RNeale Mr and Mrs Coleman Porter of Louisville are the guest of Mrs L T Brown Charley and Thomas HaYdo hive returned home from a two week visit in Owens oro Hubert and frank McCauley who have been visiting their brother W H McCauley have returned tol their home in Louisville Misses Marie Kuhn and Lottie- Simms will leave Thursday ora two weeks visit at Bardstown For the past two days Mrt J A Shader has ben quite ill from acute improvedrspeedy recovery MIss Willimena Hertlem is visiting her sister Mrs Mike Fitzgerald MIsses Myrtle and Bess Campbell Mr Alex Barber and Dr Wy Stal lard were in Lebanon Thursday Mr Jim Spaldink of Kansas City Mo is the guest of hisdaughtr Mrs GD Robertson Jr Miss Althaire simms has returned home from Bardstown alter a visit to her sister Mrs Pius Whalen MrEd Willett is at home after attending school in Louisville several months spentIIspent Sunday and Monday his sin ter Mrs Mike Fitzgerald MrrClvde Brown of Bloorfield is the guest of Jim Haves Taylor this week Misses Ellen and Margaret Smms have returned from Louisville and were accompanied home by Miss Mary Eliza beth Evelyn HaZ n and Bell Wheeler of Louisville spent a few days last week with J E Hagan and wIfe near town Mr J D Stanfield and wife ot- Hardins Creek spell last Yednesday with Mr J E Hagan and wIfe of near town Mr and Mrs W R Seleeman are in Harrodsburg on business Mrs Wyllis McKee ot Bloomfield and Miss Anna Lou McKee of Shelby yUle who have been visiting Mrs Mary L Diltrett have returned home Mr A L Litsey IS in Louisville this week on business County Attorney T S Mayesatten ded court at Willisburg Saturday and Mackville Monday = Miss Louise Hayden and Mr Lou s Kelly attended the dance given at Leb anon last Friday night Mr EC Cox of Green burg has been the guest of his father Mr F T CoxIMr Lyman Barber who is a student at the UnIversity of Wisconsin IS at home for the summer vacation Miss Dohoney and Mr ubelof Lebanon were gusetsof The Walion Hotel for supper Sunday MIss Fannie Hibbard has returned to her home at Ho ttQvilleafr a visit to her sister Mrs J Miller a 1IIe k 1I8I g t Refrigerators We have a few Refrigerators iii stock and as the seasomis getting late we 1- I are offering them at Reduced I Prices Come and see In Hammocks From t50 to 8 I The best Porch Swing on the Market Come and Inspect our line of goods ieac Campbells I Furniture Store V M Mrs F B Noe has returned home after a visIt to friends and relatives ini Louisville and elsewhere Mr and Mrs Byron Croake Rev FIJPettuston and Isaac Nelson are attending the B Y P U encampment at GeorPe town this week i MULBURSHILLS Mrs KItty Ann Burns and daughter Della spent Wednesday with herdaugh ter Mrs Ed Settles Mrs Tony Coulter and two chIldren visited her father Mr Richard Hardin at Scruggsville Friday Mrs Martha Grider spent Thursday afternoon with Mrsr Alcie Keeling Raymond Gipson spent last week wIth his father at Lawren burg Mrs Etha Coulter and little son Cecil spent Friday with Mrs George Kee ling George Keeling wIfe and two child SundaWilson Messrs Fitch GqdbY Walter Hanby and Will Dudgeon attended meeting at Wil1isbur Sunday Forrest Gibson of Lawreaceburg spent Saturday night with his unce Harris Grider at this place Ed Settles and family spent Sunday with Mrs Settle s 1mother at Scruggs ville Miss Same Hendron and cousin Hat tie spent Sunday with Miss Mabel Keel I at this place John Armstrong and wife spent Sun dry with their daughter Mrs Erastus Perkins Messrs Ollie and Pope Bishop attend ed meetini atWilIisburg Sunday Saved at Deaths Door Tfle door of death seemed ready to for Murray W Ayres of Transit Bridge N Y when his life was won derfully saved r wag in a dreadful conditIon he writes my skin was al most yellow eyessunken tongue coat ed emaciated from losing 40 pounds rowing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulled me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and am well and strong For all nowI liver and kidney troubles theyre preme 50c at ijavdoJ1 A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger snfferinK ofteii death to thousands who take colds coughs andSpringna nostrils lower part of nOte sore chills and fever pain in back of head WllenGnpnot delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunnof Pine Valley Miss after being laid up three weekwith Grip n esCouxhsColds50c 100 Guaranteed by Hayden dz Robertson ABOUT HYOMEII t A Bottle Costs Only 50 Cents A Complete Outfit Incuairtg- Inhaler 1 O IWhen Leo Haydod statesmost em he will guarantee yl ei cure catarrah or give you yourr money back what IS your answer Are yor satisfied with our condition or do you want to rid yourselfforever of vIle catarrh with its humiliating sympto such as hawking spittmg blowing and bad breath HYomei is a sImple antiseptic medicine that you breathe through a small pocket inhier over the parts affected by catarrh It is made of Australian evcalyptus mixed withother germ killing and mein brane soothing antiseptics Get a complete outfit today tIonly costslOO and contains everything necessary to cure any ordnary case of catarrh Extra bottles if negded fpc- Hyomei as the best remedy in the world for sore throat coughs and colds croup and bronchitis It JIves wonderful relief in two mints For sale by druggists everywhr and by oHay don Send for tree sompye bottle and booklet Booths HyomeJ Co Buffalo r N Y MIONACUres IndiaestiQll It relieves stomach misery eourto st ach bolching rand cures all stomach diJ- esO or money e box ottab tats b6 ants Drugggista all toga YOUCANCETR Hot Rolls TELEPHONE Light Bread Cream Bread 69Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes Andyour order will be BycalUnf us any moan pro ptly attended tQ lug at eleven oClock and elivered KATIE HERTLEIN BROW When down town try one ofour GRAPE JUICES r J t SERIALSTORY cAh Heirto cTWillions By Frederick Reddale 1 cAuthor iT The Other cTWan etc t IDaatratIoDilbyRayWaltera i Copyright by J B LippIncott Co l CHAPTER The westering sun was casting lengthy shadows among the gaunt glues and sturdy aspens along the teteep upward slope of a certain wild canyon in the Nevada Sierras Five hundred feet below the dry Boor of the gulch which here widened to a narrow valley was filled from wall to wall with a motley huddle of tough cabins jigsaw cottages a glaring redbrick opera house hotel and bank all In one and a pair of clapboarded whitewashed churches Upon the sultry and drowsy air of a summer afternoon there arose the confused hum and the hoarse murmur of strenuous industry above which like the footsteps of the animated stone statue in Don Juan the in telstent note of the bisy stamps at work night and day three shifts in each 24 hours dominated all other sounds This was the little mining town of ileleen named ht honor of its found iBr who was likewise the discoverer inaalpulator and chief owner of the rIck Peacock lode which gave employ lent to 300 iron and netted over a million a year for its stockholders Rough and ready Ignorant and shrewd was old Andrew Meleen Originally a Welsh miner in Cardiff and later la the Pennsylvania coalfields he by turns had been volunteer soldier pioneer prospector and final ly many tithed a millionaire after weaQryears ot fortunecha ng up and down the gold and silver country of the reat west For the crude affairs of this typical jfaw western camp with Its snlxtfere cvf civilization and savagery Inthatstory in hand Our present and most vividly human concern is with the potFar up the eastern hillside corn- mandlHg the town whence one could almost fancy he was looking over the next divide to where the flaming sun was setting amid cloudy billows in the wid Pacific miles beyond on a sort of bench or plateau an acre in extent stood a curious and rambling woodea structure in triple part log cabin hunting ranch and modern country house This unique huddle of divers styles ot pioneer architecture really repre sented as many different periods in the fortunes of its eccentric owner The rough unbarked logs of the orig anal Bingjerpomed cabin which formed a prominent wing or angle marked the poorprospector stage then with more prosperous times came an addition framed by a wander Ing Yankee carpenter and sheathed 4 with boards of red wood now beauti fully weathered to a rich mahogany hue finally as if to mark the ultimate rise to affluence of the occupant a twostory structure had been added shingled as to walls and roof while upon three sides a covered veranda wide enough for a fashionable cotillon approached by generous steps and a peaked porch gave comfortable as surance of cool shade and a constant breeze shifting with the sun Around and above porch and cabin there clambered festoons of grape vines and wild creepers the dark green leaves lending a deeper tinge to the background of cedar and redwood posts and walls v From this eyrie the old man who Was its chief occupant could easily ross a lump of his own shining ore on the roofs of the little town be neath viewed by day the smoke of its furnaces went winding away in long spirals and ribbons of vapor at night the spurts of colored flame rom the chimneys of retort house and smelter liter the opposite sides of the canyon in fitful flashes of murky red or paled to an orange glow under the wan light of the moon The solitary dweller on the hillside ill never wearied of the changing pic ture It was his he had called Into being the town and Its throbbing in dustries he loved it with the pas sionate yearning love of a wifeless and childless pld man For him the cities of the coast Los Angeles o San Francisco Portland or Seattle possessed few charms They only served to bank his constantly increas lug million The rough little town with Its amazing monthly output of gold and silver and copper stood to him in place of wife and child the J fveer old ranch overlooking it all passlonhisAnd now the time was come when he must leave it all and go hence for Andy Meleen war dying and chiefly of that most tnctitlbJeof diseases old age while must descend to an heir whom he bad never seenUpon a curiouii contrivance of domestic devising halt bedsteart half re tithing chair set upon casters so that it could readily be wheeled Indoors and out lay the old millionaire Each sunsethewide porch whence he could still oversee his beloved town and gaze at the noble prospect with Its con stantly shifting panorama of lights drQyehimRugged and gnarled as his own native hills originally of great girth and mighty in stature he was now shrunk en to mere skin and bone All the life and virility of the man seemed to have retreated to the massive head as beleaguered forces take urefuge in some strong keep for a las esperate rally From beneath a square forehead and a thatch of grizzled eyebrows a pair of piercing grayblue eyes flashed imperiously while from the heaving chest there still issued tones surprisingly strong for o eso evidently near his end There was no sign of senility when he shot a curt query at his only servant an old pioneer like himself who sat in the doorway stolidly cleaning a rifle out of sight but within call Putty nigh timo that lawyer fellow was here eh said Andy over his shoulder striving vainly to raise his head from the highheaped cushions but only succeeding in moving it from side to sfde Evan rose and went to the railing of the veranda whence one could see the winding road scarcely more than a welltrodden trail which led from the town to the house on the hill Shading his eyes from the blinding glare of the nearly level sun rays he peered downward for some moments before responding Then saying la conically Jest com n up the rise he returned to his seat and his task Shortly t ere became audible the soft thud ihoofbeats and the creak ing of straining leather punctured by the crackingota whip and the en couraging cluck luck of the driver The road jcurved behind the house and as the sounds drew away Meleen followed them with a hearkening rolling motion of the head Infinitely pathetic in its yearning helplessness and impotenpe Soon there was the sound of footstep within the house and there ap peared upon the veranda the longex pected arrival Phineas Carboy a well jnI cIThats the Law Aint ru he had been wealthy enough to affor the luxury of eminent legal advice Never in his life had ho needed i more than now His eyes flashed with feverish im patience us he responded to the lawyers formal greetings Hardly was he seated note book in hand than the dying man rapped out curtly Are y1 ready Quite so Mr Meleen was the response knowing his man Mr Carboy wasted no words on formal con dolences or tame civilities doneWasYour telegram intimated that you desired to give me instructions for your last will and testament Instructions syell get enough of them with a grim smile but 1 want the thing fixed up this blessed night My times short as y see Can y do Itwill it stand Mr Carboy nodded gravely and with pen ready poised looked expectantly at his client But the tet tars next words were not exactly those he anticipated How much shd you say I wuz wuth Carboy if everything wu cleaned up an turned Into cash in qulred the old man The legal mind hesitated but only for an instant Twentyfive or thirty million dol lars at the very least war the quiet reply I guess thats about it sighed Andy Meleen Now man stick a pin through this Im going to leave all that Im mouth toa fellor Ive niver seen He shot a keen glanco at Mr Car boy to Judge of the effect of this sour o trhe lawyer was too well trained to show any mark of surprise beyond a sllglU contracting and lifting of the eyo browsYou know hIs name I and where he can be band V No I dont was the reply back thats fpryou tj find out Th is the way of 10 I had an only slater over there in thoold country named Mattie She kern t Amerlky ten rearI after I did an I heard she wuz forsottelherHant seen her since she wuz a slip ola girl Course she may be dead an the boy too though she wuz youngern fue by four or five year but youve got to try an find em You never saw your sister after she arrived In this country and held no communication whatever asked the lawyer making notes Meleen shook his head 1 wuz mighty poor myself In those days Car boy anoh well Id troubles of my own an then jI drifted west an out here Where was this sister ljvlng when yOU last heard of her N York- How many years ago would that be Bout 20 J reckon And her son if living Is to have everything replyGoshwherever and whoever he is Doubtless was Carboys drYcom aent But had you no other kin Mr Meleen Nary a kin was the reply There wuzlefta shovel No cousins for Insta Ce per sisted Mr Carboy Nary a cousin Were you ever married yourself was the next query Simpleand nec essary as It was under the circum stances and put In a colorless matter offact manner Its effect on the recumbent figure of old Andy Meleen was like that of a galvanic battery ap plied to a corpse His nervous and shrunken frame twitched and quiv ered the once mighty chest heaved as though it would burst asunder great beads of sweat broke out on face and forehead and his strong mouth and chin trembled with emotions entirely apart from causes due to age and weakness Mr Carboy was genuinely distressed at the ef feet he had so unwittingly produced Something in the question had touched Andy on the raw In halting and fragmentary phrases he said God forgive me Carboy I wuz married an to the sweetest little woman that ever trod God Amlghtys footstool I wuz a man full grown then 45 years oldold null to know bet Pennsylvaniacoal weddln we had a main bitter quarrel There kem a strike an I went out along o the rest o the boys Minna didnt Jike my belnout o work an told me so There wuz hot words an In a bllndln rage I struck her an left the house swearin Id never go back Then like a fule I went an listed for Uncle Sam At the flghtln in th Wilderness my fust battle I got hit amIanIkem put putty nigh as fit as ever Th war WUZ over an then I heerd that my wife my Minna had died in her time o trouble an her girl baby with her As heavens my witness Ive niver squared myself with myself for leavin her alone at such a time 1 tramped we4tnlver showed my ugly face east aiginan ypu know the rest painIboy but the inquiry was inevitable we must know where we stand Old Andy signified that he heard and appreciated The strain of this long recital had come mighty near to parting his mortal coil then and there and he lay Its one Indeed very near to death Mr Carboy waited a few min hisdmoretquisitor whfo interpreted that asa signn for hl to proceed I presume these matters can be verifiedthtime and place of your marriage and the date of demise of your wife and child For old miner produced a wallet from under the anSWfthe covered him dates an namet there faintly Any tl1lni more One other point must be settled Suppose this nephew of yours is dead or cannot be foundwho is to inherit in that case- Another spasm contorted Artd1 rugged features It goes to the state I spose thats the law ulnt Carboy TO IttThe Ultimate Aim Life is given us primarily to develop character to unfold and evolve tho Ssoul and the physical organism aV body is the testing ground and gym naslum for its development sobs the Philadelphia Record The ultimate aim then of living should be making the life beautiful within which always insures level ness withoutthe masterful conquest of the lower nature the willing re nunciation of trifling and unnecessary habits love of the true and perfect and avoidance of the untrue and im perfect a realization that whatever else others may do or be that our con sclous universe will be made for and by ourselves The key of life and the art of living are expressed in the words mastery and attainment This can be done by right thinking by claimeour divine birthright our royal pri rl dlegs of standing erect and iron with Isbrow bared to the white light of truth veritable sons and daughters of God Drni overdo a thing unless you aro also prepared to dolt over w NECESSITY OF HAVING I SANITARY COW STALLS Dairymen ParsMilkEasy to Make b Ni The lWodet Stan By C A OCOCID University of VFIsctm dn Agricultural Experiment Station The demand fpr pure milk produced conIBtantly bavelcleanrhat dairymen of the state are reali sing the wisdom of constructing sanitary barns Is shown by the many in quiries for Information on this subject This awakening among the dairymen is in part an outcome of jeenenactedmilk and Its products Sanitary cow barns should contain sanitary fastenings for securing the cows but this does not necessarily Imply that such fastenings n eed be patented There seems to bb a prevailing impression among dairymen that a comfort ble sanitary fatal or stanchion is an expensive factory product while he fact Is that any carpeIiterstoolscure jas good results as any patented stall upon the market The stalls described in this bulletin embjsdy in their construction all of the principles found in any of the patented stalls and the dairyman may easily choose a stall among these types which will meet the needs of the average dairy The average dairyman of years ago gave the sanitary stall little consideration and used tiny method of building which best sultedjis indi vidual ideas He cared little about the condition of the cow at milking time so long as she gave the milk The most of the old dairy barns are 10 arranged that it Is impossible to keep cows clean in them I i p u LhIIt dl At the New Jersey experiment sta ion the dairy herd Is composed of strictly business animals Both grades and purebred animals are k ptthe basis of their membership In tjhe herd being Production rather than gene l ogy The cow shown herewith la DANGERIN When Desired to Turn Metro and Colt on Grass It Should Be Done GradualIyasSudden Change Is Dangerou By W J LLOYD When the mare has been kept at work up to a short time before foal Ing ttad has been fed a grain ration and then after foaling Is turn Jd out to pasture with her foal It Is safe to say the foals death warrant Is signed Mares that havebnenI worked moderately up to the time they are due to foal are quite certain to have good husky foals and after the foals have got a good start on the dams milk that has been formed from rich grain food all goes well until she Is turned out on grass Then the composition of tlU milk Is hanged and the grass mil UkeI The Model stall Is a hbme made product and was originated by er 3ov W D Hoard He has used this stall In his own stables for several years and finds it very satisfactory It is probably the nearest approach to a perfect stall of any in use at the present time It Is constructed as shown in illustration so as to force the cow to have her hind feet between the crossbar and gutter when standing thus preventing the fouling of the stall by her own droppings When lying down she is brought forward and compelled to lie in front of the crossbar The cow Is forced to stand back from the hay rack when eating because of the position In which it is crossbar is adjustable and hunEhe accommodate a large or The chain or fastening la that as the pow starts to lie down she is drawn forward and will step in front of this crossbar to prevent an uncomfortable position The door in front Is hinged at the top and opens upward when grain and water are given Hay is placed in the hay rack from the front The partitions are so constructed that it Is al most impossible for a cow to step upon the udder or teat of one lying down next to her This feature Is worth the cost of several stalls the owner of valuable Individuals A wooden mat Is laid over the con crete floor This mat is removable permitting the cleansing of the entir- floor whenever occasion demands it seems desirable the manger may b constructed of concrete the same aiI beIingshould be made at the same time This construction will be more durable than separate construction RECORDMAKING JERSEY COW MUCH wac saysAmericanpurebred jersey During 10 months in 1908 sno yielded 10308 pounds of milk containing 673 pounds of butter During six months and 24 days In 1909 she yielded 8249 pounds of milk con taming 458 pounds of butter so much potion to the colt Its bowels become loose and he sucks more and more until at last he has the scours and dies The result Is not caused eating poison grasses or weeds but by the sudden change In the composition bl the mares milk due to a change in it Is desired to turn tho mara IccuatomedWhen the mare Is allowed to run in the pasture at night and fed a full grain ration she may safely be turned out to grass with her foal but her grain food must be continued to in sure good results themareevery day althqugh very few foliow this practise Damage by Rats The government estimates that rata grainsfoodof f100090000 n year IILMissshould be very thankful to me Miss AntiqueFor what Miss Caustique At the very great number of disagreeable things I think of but dont say SKIN HUMOR 25 YEARS Fortwentyfivefrom a terrible humor cofnpletelycov- erlng my head neck and shoulders so even to my wife I became an object of dread At large expense I consult ed the most able doctors far and near Their treatment was of no avail nor y was that of the Hospital during six months efforts I suffered on and concluded there was no help for Iheardt by Cuticura Remedies and thought that a trial could do no harm In a surprisingly short time I was com pletely cured S P Keyes 147 Con gress St Boston Mass Oct 12 05 Face Covered with Pimples I congratulate Cuticura upon my speedy recovery from pimples which covered my face Jused Cuticura Soap Ointment and Resolvent for ten days and my face cleared and I am perfectly well I had tried doctors for sev eral months but got no results Wm Sadller 1614 Susquehanna Ave Phila- delphIa May 1 1909 SAMPLES OF COLLEGE HUMOR Professors Somewhat Startling Re questStudent PhllosophyCare- fuIWife Warning A new German professo in a girls college wishing to detain lone of the students said Oh Miss + may I classThis of the students to her mates Girls take all the courses you can with the men professors for the women of the fac ulty try to find out how much you offtoThe wife of one oi the professors warned him as he went off to officiate Noweyour d surelyeNo one need speak of monotony If ronly they just look around for an others wants Royston TIlE FINEST FABBIOUcoftno compared with tho Unlncr of the owe cramplWbaterer A genius is a man who tries to borrow moneyand gets it V Are Best For Your Talk Because they are made of the choicest materials and guaranteed to be absolutely pure Libbs Veil Loaf makes a delightful dish for lunch eon and you will find LibVf Viwm Saistft CorHi Beef Pork aid BUM Evaporated Mil- kequallytempting for any meaLHave a supply of LiUyY in the hSuse and you will always be prepared for an extra guest Youcan buy LiUjs tall grocers t Libby McNeil LibbyS mac l y When Fate Relented By Ellen Hen y j rlrht 1910 by Associated Literary PreM- t Oh Its a sweet little room said Miss Stiles Ironically Her gaze roamed pensively over the little hall room she dwelt In from the plump divan cushions to the bookshelf above her cretonne eoncea1 I washstand A trunk bumped on the landing outside her door and then proceeded with a series of smaller bumps up the stairs and landed with a final crash overhead Some one new Faint hope flickered up to die Instantly But of course no one worth while would come here to live she mumbled scornfully Bitter distaste of hqp surroundings of her daily grind of her colorless days arose within her and jogged her mo mentarily out of the rut of dogged cheerfulness and acceptance of en vironment that she Jiad forced herself intoI hate em thumping her head into the pillows viciously I hate eyerybody Rising she faced herself accusTSgiy In the FttvRnrfacPrt isir mJJISaie niiselltoo Im SVen be ginnlrfg to crook my little fingers like themtheyll be calling me genteel next Ugh Fd rather be bad downright horrid than genteel with a cot ton wool brain and a sawdust heart A soft wind stirred the ruffled curtain and whisked her hair and turn Ing she thrust her head out into the sunshine Pooh Sally girl but youve got the blues she informed herself sniffing the crisp air eagerly With the stirring of spring sap comes an eagerness In the blood mayhap but Its the fall for the reckless Itsring days its urge to make haste that opens ones eyes to fleeting youth Its fanning breath charged With the last faint scents of summer sweetness And It moved unwontedly In Sarah Styless heart as she sniffed the keen air and softened the repression of her lipsGird up your loins and put on your tan pumps Sarah and fare thee YJE LOOS2P ICYc srrvd7c LLIGitrf 11J forth she murmured and perhaps adventure will hit you on the shoul ers you poor lonesome thing and i troduce you to an affinity Any way the fall air is glorious From the woods came the tin ling scent of autumn leaves an sunwarmed mosses and coolshaded depths A woodpecker accentuate the silence In sharply tapped mea ures and a squirrel darted across th s nfieCkedroadMis her heels against the fence she was perched on and la uncontrollable abandon threw back her head pursed her lips and poured forth a lilting whistling refrain of her ilong ago school days Faintly floating from the distance another whistle chimed In and s paused the edges of her soul shell drawing together instinctively but smile lingered on her lips ly rising and falling the notes ca nearer Softly the girl crept to the fringe of bushes overhanging the ro and watched the whistler swinging along his head tilted back his hands burled in his pockets I wonder she whispered nervously if I dare urn He lookserintelligentand nice I believe I wilL Her sweet shrill whistle joined his breathlessly she peered out wh e suddenly the earth crumbled beneath her feet and laughing hairblown clutching the willowy saplings in hi path she descended into the ve arms of the approaching whistler While she put straight her hat and tucked in stray hairpins he picked up the scattered crimson leaf clusters and presented them to her Did you learn The Farmer Boy in a little red school house too he wondered and at the honest wistful tress in his voice the last remnant of Sallys caution melted Foolish reckless horrid The worlds thousand voices crooned warningly in her ear but she smiled back Into the boyish eyes It WAS a gray stone school house a boys yard and a girls yard ljhwith a pump in front where we all f dipperBut + a your slate and left pink mint hearts on your desk- Engraved I love youEhe ab sented And was there a girl YOU made cart wheels in front of all th4 andlegsGee I wished youd gone to my delightedlydenly But were grownups now she sighed Only sometimes we forget Wouldnt it be great to slide back to those kid days when everything was what it seemed when we cried when we were hurt and laughed when everybodytold 1 he asked Now I smile when Im hurt and cry when Im glad she said Well he challenged his hands still thrust deep In his pocket and his eyes dancing eagerly You dont look like a girl who would take a dareIm no fraidcaf she boasted 1 know where theres a birch Th laugh In her eyes flickered anxiously Oho Her little squeal of delight was gen uine And we might find some win tergreens Tough old ones you know akidYuh betchyu Taint no lair tt talk like grownups though he protested To think there was a man like this in that grubbing city beyond Her eyes were as childish and blue as the autumn sky as she protested Ill beat you to that sumac there little boy pointing with outstretched finger One two three readygo With that mad scamper Sarah Stiles began an afternoon of unalloyed fool ish fun that never flagged until she was homeward bound loaded with the woodGThey glimpsedthroughgold poured itself Into a glittering awayfromfled sigh But it must be goodby she was repetitionmemory lets not touch it with the itboywilling Youre a silly little girl said the man softly Youre cruel too Havent we grown up together Very ImproperlyIn one afternoon she pointed out But dont you understand I cant be the little girl any more Any way Im afraid I knowit wouldnt last- I cant lure you any more he said ruefully But I am sorry Here he drew out a card and rapidly wrote a line upon it At least youll take this And if you relent Ill be wait ing Running lightly she started down the road Then she looked back and while he watched with a wistfully regretful smile she tossed the card into the wayside bushes She had paused a scant moment in the boarding house hall to survey her tumbled hair when through the curtained door she saw him coming fumbling a bunch of keys In his hand With a smothered cry she fled up to her own room and waited peering breathlessly through a tiny crack It was the same gray figure with hands deep In his pockets the very whistling man into whose arms she had almost fallen two hours before His heavy tread mounted slowly and sounded in the room overhead where the crash of a trunk had driven her to despair that same day She buried her head in the cushions laughing surnveyed her radiant face in the tiny mirror ofdCompensationseSave in a few business concerns great concerns Harrods the arm and navy stores and the like who a strange welter is in our whole sys tem of payment for workmoreespe folly in the higher branches of work Art and literary work are terrible amples of this confusion and want o science writes a pessimist in the Lon paymenthemanyo maan s sees not at the thmee paupers grave adIf he paint without genius a pUbliewithout individuality or real force the writer may likewise make himself s cure by driving hard bargains wit those who buy sad sell his ware But for the most part good work In senslnn money matters and who shrink fro bargaining Politics and public lI betttiyylTheCreep Into thy narrow bed Creep and let no more Vo said Vain thy ou et All stand fast Thou throe hiust break at last r long contention ceaseGeesethe swans and swans are geese Let them have It how they will Thou art tired best be still torttl etter men fared thus before thee Fired their ringing shot and passM Hotly chargedand sank at last Charge once more then and tie dumbl Lot the victors when they come When the forts of folly full walledlrin1d Fi4lROF yODfstAIYQ RiM flp OR haverFghred my pin monet out of r chickens lily me a profit of more than five dollars a head You think that an enormous yield for chickens So do I for I had been raising a few chickens ever since I was a small girl but I have my account book and so I know Just what I spend and what I take in Redsandfound that there is more in the strain than in the breed of chickens I car ried my chickens with me when I went to Florida so I know all about them for generations Years ago I sold all my other breeds keeping only the Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds because r had proved to my satisfaction that these two breeds gave most eggs in the winter when eggs are scarce and fetch the highest prices I finally discarded the Plymouth Rocks because I found the Rhode Islanders hardier and lighter feeders or perhaps I should say better foragersIThis characteristic of their being good foragers has had a good deal to do with my large profits in Florida I never have given my flock meat They find Insects enough for their own meat supply Since the first down there I have never given them a bit of meat except the few morsels that are mixed In the table scraps which they have regularly every day In Florida I have not raised my own feed but have bought it in small quan titles at the regular retail prices I have been forced to hire all labor done such as bulldin and repairing the houses coops and fences At my home in Massachusetts being then a comparatively strong woman I was able to do X11 such things myself and yet my chickens never netted me than 150 a head all the years morej struggled with them There In the winter the birds had to be housed and supplied with green and meat food besides their regular rations of grain In Florida they run in the yards alj the year long and get their green food from the small patch of grain which I keep for them at the back of their yard and their own meat by catching insects Northern friends who have come to visit me ask if there is not a difference in the prices which I now receive for my chickens and those I sold while in Massachusetts lam forced to reply that I formerly re ceived somewhat higher prices than are paid in Florida Most of my eggs and dressed fowls are bought by the largest hotel and though It is run by a northern manager ho expects and gets southern prices All that the hotel does not take is readily sold to private families sol never have the expense of shipping- I do not think any other breed would do as well as my Rhode Island Reds I let my hens sit on their own eggs I have found this best In a small flock A hen must have some nevetIn each year because It is not neces mothieggsf are a month old the mother Invariably has begun to thateare mother and three daughters As the mother is now four years old I am looking forward to the time when her yield of eggs will drop off but even keebp but also because she Is an excellent brooder and mother The ordinary keehp I have found that in Florida the carfe u setts because of the extreme difficulty housetos n more than warmth For the first tour feet the boards are put on solid to prevent the depredations of what the negroes down here call varmints that is minks coons foxes and stray dogs and cats that may slip through your fence Above this solid line a space of two inches is alloWed be tween the boards until on a line wit the roosts There again Is a soil belt to prevent the chickens fro roosting In a draft Besides the usual enemies hero chicken raiser has to fight snakes They slip Into the nests and not only swallow the eggs but often devour young chicks to fight them a Flor ida friend told me to get a pig and gave her frxa run of the yard but to LJ make sure she had no Berkshire blood in her veins It seems that In Florida if nowhere else the Berkshire hog has- a reputation of eating flesh and being poultryI no particular breed and since then have had no trouble with snakes indeed it is seldom that one is seen in the place That pig and her succession of families have driven away all that they havent eaten up Oh yea the snakes fight for their lives striking the pigs repeatedly fut this doesnt appear to Interrupt the feast They are calmly caught and chewed up They say the snake diet doesnt injure the quality of the pork or af feet the taste in the slightest but I much prefer to sell my pigs to serving them on my own table I feed my poultry only once a day I mean the grown fowls The chicks MassachusettsThisthey have all they will eat up In the fall months when the grass seeds are ripe the fowls eat very lightly At the beginning of my venture here I did give a morning feed but I soon found that the chickens preferred to go to the grain patch and the orange grove when they first Jumped down from their roosts If I were stronger and able to do all the work myself I am sure I could easily make eight dollars a head I have heard of several instances down here in which such a profit is made regularly and without a great amount of work MARY FINNY URMSTON I- RELATED BY OLD SETTLER Just a Little Happening In Which He arid a Big SheBear Had Parts Senator Boles Penrose at a dinner at the Philadelphia club said pf a movement that he opposed- It promises Incredible things In fact it makes me think of Jack Travers of Pike county Jack isan old man now Ho remembers the time when bears were as plentiful on the barren mountains as rattlers still Are Once when I was fishing at Porters lake I asked him if he had ever had any remarkable adventurec with bears Well no senator said the old man as hQ filled his pipe with cut plug I cant say as I over had much to do with bears hereabouts Wunst bearrgot togethertwant nothln though It all come about over old Sukey our cow She had a bad habit of starts out late at night Then Id have to go to the woods and fetch her home to the mllkin Well one night when I wanted to go sparkin Suke was late agin and it certainly riz njy dander I start ed out after her casein a blue streak and In about an hour I heerd hell snortin and puffin in the thicket Id missed my gal by that time and I was riled clear through I jut a saplin and went for old Sukey It was too dark to see but I knew her snuffle and I grabbed her by the ear and began to lay on with mystlck Just about proper The old cow showed fight She Wres q3ii around considerable But I was fnad mad all overand I halt pushful apd half drug and halfcarried the barn and there I tied her uptighj and fast and I milked her In the da JF Afterward I went to bed I certainly did have to laugh though when I come down the next morn In Gosh durned if I hadnt fetched home and milked a big she beartw Antiquated belowdpersonm the prac ofasively that his wants are numerous The beauty of the doughnut Is the fact that the hole always agrees with the dyspeptic tr t r f J t CENTAVfegefabie ura tt ting theStomachs afidBowe sof DttshonCheerfuii Mineraltm ARCOTIC Rr1l yIAIxrxna y ll Stlls tMitt Me ilt Wpptminl ytrnrJt1 1 to tlt akrgrtnJi7gvor lRe dy forConsti tionSourStomachDiarrhoeaCIO t4nessandLOss OF SLEEP z oIl cur THE CENTAUR 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9prlegSeW1tu BANDHOOKIK pagesUQOO words Actual oxper I n Halls Country Idaho Hook worth Send names of receivebookWiN U CINCINNATI NO 271910 CISTORII For Infant and ahildrnr- e Th J 1ouHa 1J Always 8oUght B8arstho JSignature of 1ugSC ForOver- UWI Year- sCASTORIA ewe HaMIll se sY slartrta l Dont Persecute your Bowels Cut oat rallisdes tai IIIJC TWnl Mh Tzi CARTERS UTTLl LIVER PiusPw- Jyyvetdalle Nt frayhie seel6e tltiinitiTTl t tlt riiCIlw atilieas futear PrintGENUINE WESTERNCANADI What Governor D iMMf of IlUMtoi says About Donees of IOaaeBaas ItIAs I ae11htedto see Ute M merkable roress ofWestern utMl oar pj =plearalkMkUcBetoM la dhow anda and Ifaave ROt ye J1d aIare all doing There H scarcely III orWestarafief la SUaKeba Saikatcnewaa or Albert 125 MiHiM Bttsktls ti Wlleatil1HtW- erefa 0aud8 aetc1 erode few tothofassaer acresandDt 93OO cm acre Rsllway sadLand ee here lend foe eels atreasonablepeloas Mealen e paid for hef = Spleae1mseIeI d i for pampJaJetLUJeet West parUomlsn M to saltable Jocatloa and low settlers OUataWaeaIL WILLIAMS Law ittlWilf TtlfM OM ties address uearertyem 1 h Work While SleepY 3 r Millions of people have CAS CARETS do Health work for them If you have never tried this treat health maker Get a lOcv boxand you will never use any other bowel medicine ASCARETS roc a box for a weekCtreatment all druggists Biggest seller in the world Millka btuesa moatk r YOU CAN STOP KiliftorthatwlllaciuallyetopamaatrOmdrlnktagiettkerwltk OIr10Mhay gSven my advico to hundred upon liFertlngtreeu DAISY FLY KILLER fteMfli hns ssHeisyistdsasrsnn t1TalstObt lass Alllsuasr Ma4t ofmcUltaaet tplllorttpoTtTvHI boltlocl asy awtpepfdtorrkliOL9 i use adfatb- llr ollyrIra 7 20 IS WHo AT WE CAN SAYE ON ANY BUQQY Top Buggies Ruoabote Carts and WagooM Wheels rap TrimsunJL Write for Prices TEL 2213 1UOB A SCHEU 99k 400 Court tn Jrotrf iraj ClwImwW Ohh f you aced MOREl y succe8 lorEGGS hnt tells to make 100henelayIdeggsadaysaweroral5terr lsenditonfrcetrlaloneguarabttetewu e ybnr you iay m JIWfIoIt Na- ae OFFIIJQE STIRCB eyitldr to she tnv- tir r 4 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY lULY 1910 J1 NETheLadies Aid Society ot the Christian church was wall attended realizing about L ll M MeFetrictee of Harrodsburg iriwIfcMirKeen viflituigTMrs W fl Wil 4Mm4k rtutiiet1ioe J H euU waein Harrodaburg SunI mpMTstndMisB WHSeRuby visited relatives WilyMiss ManeArnold who has been yisr i ting relatives in this place has return ed tor her borne in Texas I MnW Cloyd of Louisville is Mrs Ben Powell of II1thiRp1ae 4ir Arthur SBaxrnell of Missouri is Yisitlngfhisuhcle J S DarneU of this place tiMtss ReaiJi S jLvanport of Havrods tJtl rg was tae guest of rsC W Camden last week MissEtel Hood of Oklahoma is vis VitupgsTdlfctives at this olce- Misaattie Arnold of Texas w- asteutt of Miss Salhe Peters Thurs 1dynht fttfrer Kays has bought 0 0 Cloyds tihere in the firm qf Cloyd Isham The picnic given by the Baptist Sunday SbOo1at the home of D HL Math erly was attended by a large crowd An interesting program was rendered consisting of speeches music etc Mrs Ben Powell and Mrs S W Cloyd were the guests ot Mrs R R Isham Saturday Misses Eva and Gracie Hatchett of Harrbdsburg attended tha picnic Thurs day Mr and Mrs C W Camden Misses Minerva Raybourne Pearl Davenport attended the Chautauqua at Lebanon Saturday Miss Nannie Cocanougher of Texas was the guestof Miss Lizzie Davis last week Miss Naomi Sweeney entertained a number of her friends at supper Satur day night in honor of Mr Darnell of Missouri Those present were Misses Beulah Thompson Pearl Davenport Maggie Mae Wvcoff Ressie Kayes An riniBYoung Mae Haydon and Briggs Wy ucoffshall Mayes Mintr Bottom Porter Keightlev Oliver Kaves Arthur Dar nell Eddie Shewmaker Virgil Mayes Roy Hiatt and Foe Wycoff A most en joyable time is reported Miss Marie Arnold tromTexas Ky fs visiting the Misses Kayes cMisstiingyfieldEquity people Misses Beulah Turner and Pearl Hick ergon andPorter Keightley and Miner Bottom attended the Childrens Day gfrs Cprhishville Sunday afternoon Rev Leon Couch of Indiana is vis jUng his friends and former flomecMisseSGraham Corn and Brown were jfuests of Mrs Geo Walker last Thursday night Mrs Ress Cloyd of Louisville has withMrSt Misses Grace and Eva Hatchett spent last Thursday and Friday with the irssister Mrs Geo Keightley Mrs W T Barnett entertained a number of her friends last Friday ev ening at a croquet party Refresh fnients were served on the lawn = Misses Mae Haydon and Willie Ruby I spent Sunday atTexas Ky bMrs Bertha Turner and children gone for a weeks visit to her sister at Texas Ky Quitea number from Willisburg a t tended the supper given here last Thursji day night John Raney waS married to Miss Dean of near McAfee KYf last Wednesday the 29th ult All wish them a happy married life Miss Ada Arnold has been visiting her cousin Miss Grace ArnoldcJames Graves of Springfield was here Sunday afternoon i Those who attended the musicale at Walter Shewmakers Saturday night report an enjoyable time Mrs Lula Turner is visiting her moth cr at Monroe City Ind Messrs Luther and R C Bottom bave returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Quite a number of schools round here began Tuesday theand Mrs Ed Derr of Harrods burg have been visiting his mother Mr and Mrs J H Wycoff were in arrodsburg list Frid y on business Miss Ora Bottom visited here last Saturday night MUfr Lillie Young visited her sister Mrs Settles last Friday Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter clean the system cure constipation and si headache Sold Too True Pay days como and pay days go bi Litbills roll In forever therinduquickly relieved by the free applicati on ImillientlIar rhoumatiam and affords quick relief Sold by all druggrsts J k r 4 SHORT TORlES Wbftrr a Tilial ToepfJU Obuale at one of the maay HudnwoBultou diuntr said of Amen1 cau prusporityn aloue a frugal and active man hitnl ui ver want In our cosatry alone destitution can be Uted only to faults of cburacteiror stitution Investigate your destitute and they l lwayH prove unfit for some reason or other to succeed Thus a friend of mine a pfcllan thropt paid one day to a well known Tillage veteran Wel1Uncle I havent ser you at church for several Sundays past Wt33 I tT The fact Is boss the old rrmu replied Pm so tarnation shabby I Tdnd uJ v WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE er hate to appear before respectable j folks In rags b A fandshould tell you to come houie with me Ibottleboard and a good coat Ive got in a closet upstairs VbIcl would you choose The old wan smiled and shook smile head Then be said with a hlSI Well boss thats a hard nut 5 rack But reckon if bid that bot e of beer fust Id be so perked up Id e moren able afterward to argufy ou Into glvln me the coat toosPatronizing Providence Andrew Carnegie In a Thanksgiving address lu Pltsburg once told accord LoIng to a Plttsburg banker a Thanks iing story with a moral Too ninny men said Mr Carnegie ture not thankful enough to 1rovl d Chillyprouder as a rule than lings and dukes A self made man 1 knosjwas talk ing to a minister was o f 1course his own success Yes doctor he said I began Ute a barefooted newsboy At twenty Iiwas worth tOOOI was a mllllou ire at thirtytwo And yeteverybody was against me 1 have achieved uiy success doctor single handed and by my own unaided efforts Here the proud self made mUD seemed to remember that in convers Ing with a minister be ought to adopt a humbler and more religious tone pauseedeuce may now and then have been omes slight service Torched oh the Raw Paul WilHtnch the brilliant play wright author upd Mmistiold author IDINewgreat He conducted himself toward others In a dignified way He expect cl others to conduct themselves to ward him In like manner But once In Chicago Mr Mansfield was toucbed on the raw by a mar- a I ager It wrts the first night of Cyrano de Bergerac tour The great actor his delicate nerves aqulver was helpIwheuped Mr Mansfield heartily on the back aud shouted The house Is packed There aint even no more staudin room Now Dick old man sail in and show cm what yer made ofT The dresser used to say if he hadn t hustled that manager out Cyrano tvouldhave run him through with his word Sweet and Profitable ForbesRobertson the English actor motored on u beautiful October after upon through the suburbs of New York His host lamented the adver tisements which concealed the land- cscape A majestic rock was covered wltli a red and white pill proclama tion A pastoral valley was crowded with blue and green signboards Even he sparkling blue of the autumnal sky was sullied by toy balloons proclaim tag the Incomparable merit of u ten cent tea- Sweet said ForbesRobertson em bracing he scene with a wave of the aand sweet are the uses of adver iKement f1 fL rTATHAMPRINGS As Assignee of THe TatHam Sprimgs Company I will on THURS Y AIO 181910OABOUT THE HOUR OF 4QO OCLOCK P M At tHe front door of the Hotel of Tatiztm Springs WashingtonCounty Ky sellat public auctionall the property owned by whichisL l Servantshedwithall fully equipped with all necessary furniture suitable for the continuation of ng the room business arr as a health Jtre and pleasure resort re Riverwhichby a firs class water system businesstheas managementThefi u n j 111 by the Automobile Clubs of Ken maintajnedStatesTheMrs S E Wornall is now in charge ot the hotel ard will take pleasure in showing the property to any persons who may be interested in the sale The property will be sold for onefourth cash the remainder payable in one two and three years thedaytaining a lien on the property and containing a clause hat in default of the payment of any note or furthetbe agreed on weE SELECMAN Asjsignee of Tatham Springs Co SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly request the patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this bead all persons who are sub chargedvertisements wantedIserted In another department of the paper at nothlIMrs J E Leachman City has f r s a nice mare with mare mule oolt J A Tucker Rtl has for sale a thoroughbred yearling bull calf Dr John Deboe lU 4 has has for sale a good cow and calf Ben D Clements Rt 2 has for sale 500 bushels of corn Mrs Wm Jeffries Rt3 has for ale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for 50c Also Indian Runner Duck eggs 13 for SOc J K Walls has for sale 800 bushels f corn in the vear Mrs A L Litsey Wilhsburg Rt 1 has for sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 50 cents for 15 P M Howard Rt 4 has for sale ornish India Game eggs 150 and 2 setting of 15 Little Charley Martin has for sale lots of shugar cain seed cheep Ssalefnglestrain first pen headeo by Teddy 2ond 150 ncr setting of 15 2ond pen 100 per setting Both pens are headed by prize winners Mrs Ji S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 cnts for 15 Mrs R E Ros Rt 1 has for sale Single Comb White Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Mrs J I Martin Rt 3 has for sale S C R I Red eggs From pen 2 for 15 from yard 50c IGrundy Hpme Rt 2 has for sale two extra nice Light Brahama cockerel also eggs from choice stock penned 1 per settingrf 15 Premium Stock Blandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 centsMrs Kate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell S C B Leghons andS C B Orph ington eggs for sale 100 for 15 Loyd Ha don Jr has for sale Pure settmng1Q15Mrs Sam Tucker Rt 1 has for sale Rhode Islan Red eggs From pen 1 and yard dO tents for setting of fifteen Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 has for sale Ptfre Bred Plymouth Rock dgs 75 for setting f 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S C Rhode Island Red Cockerels iom first prize winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strain at 80c each Eggs from pen 75c for 15 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dread disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Ia the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foun patientdoingitsfaith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY COI Sold by druggists 75c constipationl r l i Kentucky fair Dates Madisonville July 19 diys JaysLancaster Versailles August 34 days daysLexmgton Taylorsville August 9 +4 days t Uniontown August 9 5 days daysPerryviIJcVanceburg August 104 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days daysBroadheadEwing August 17 4 days daysLondon daysErlanJrer daysFernHardinsburg ugust 30 3 days dabsBarboursville Florence September 6 +3 days daysHdaysKentucky Sep ember 12 6 days tTeething children have more or less diarrhcei which can be controlled by giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy All that is neces airy is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of more than naturaland then castor oil to cleanse SoldbyPure Metals pureGoodtain 9905 per cent lead and are often metalIbrawls of tin are 998 per cent pure The worlds most successful medici e sColicrigandmedicine in use Invaluable for chi- pren and adults Sold by all druggist Shipworm Threatens Disaster The teredo or shlpworm which in the days when vessels were made of timber was responsible for more disasters than any other causeis nov threatening the Canadian timber trade Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more safe through the work of Dr Kings Bihousiases Bociad Disorders Theyre easy but perfectly build up the health 25e at Haydon Robertsons TSPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Boofcon patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors failY Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office rec rdsOur Mr Greetey was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the US Patent Ofice 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