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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4bc prfugPitlu tznI t t DEVOTED TO TUE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY C hik riC c YOLUME VI SMINiFIELD XYf WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 NUMIER 32 NEGRO KILLED iV BY A TRAIN 4 ii Wittikite Instantly Killed by an inIncoming Train Sunday Night Last Will White a negro well known about town was instantly killed by L N train No 18 Sunday nieht at 825I oclock The neero was killed in theI lower end of town and almost directly in front of his home Bill for some years has been familiar fieure about town and a negro who has bpen in theE r suppoerJjthat the track for a rest He thereuponb went to sleep and failed to d re the night train came in He had idently been sitting on the end of the + i1t f4 asleep for when discovered he had barely been removed from his seat Death must have been instantaneous fromlThe death of this negro was especially trsferic much as he was killed by the train thatI borethe remains tit Carl Efherinerton the boy whose murderhas brought grief to sb many in this county It was some time after the train art rived that the crowd which awaited young Etherington remains knew that the negro had been kiUedIJMotel Association Meetmgt The Keptucky Hotel Association will hold its annual meeting at the Seelbach notel Louisville July 19 and 20 W D Clay brooke of this nl ace is Secret 1Ury of the Association and has arranged an attractive program for the meeting Among the speakers will be Woodson Moss whois well remembered here While in Louisville the members of the Association will be entertained by The Seelbach Hotel Co Frank Fehr Hirsch Bros and Fontaine Ferry Park They will be welcomed to the city by Mayor a WO Head W D Claybrooke and S B Thompson of thisplace will be in attendance V at themeeting A THe Vagrant Question Thf Harrodsbiirg City Council has adopted a plan by which it is believed 14beof the bordan order was made instruc ting the Chief of Police to arrest all vagrants and persons without any visible means of support and bring them before the Police Court There is complaint from the farmers on the scarcity cf Ia borers to harvest the wheat crop which is now ready to he harvested and allI perSons arrested by the police will be workIhousMclNTIRE Emanuel Medley of Louisville is the guest of relatives here bypvisiting Mrs Helen Alvey this week Misses Lizzie and Susie Murphy of Louisville are here on a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs John Murohy vieIitingMrs Mattie Clements who has been quite ill with malarial fever forthepast week is slightly improved at this writ ing The little child of Mr and Mrs Asker Graves is also seriously ill a The infant son of Mr and Mrs J C Enoas was buried on the 3rd mst Len Mclntire and Paul Keene were among the number from this place who attended the Chautauqua at Lebanon last week Miss Flora Keene has accepted a school near Springfield and will begin teaching next week Misses Mary Bell and Lucille Mont gomery after a pleasant visit to their grandparents Mr and Mrs Tom Bland ford have returned home Charley Montgomery of Louisville was the guest of his sister Mrs OJel Pile last week Soreness ot the muscles whether in duced by violent exercise or injury is relieved by the free application of Chamberlains Liniment This hn t ment is uany valuable for muscu arrbenmabsm and always afords quick tkf Sold by all druggists All is Lost But Honorj Many a Springfield man who went to Lebanon last Friday his manly bosom pulsating with hope and expectation came home bereft of his hope and filled wit i disappointment This was caused by the campbel1svIlle base team defeating Springfield for1 ballI Chautauqua cup by a score of 6 Each of these teams had won two gaines and the play off came Friday It was in some respacts a good game and was witnessed by an immense crowd of oeople from Campbellsville Colum Springfield and Lebanon Camp bellsville scored at the beginning of the contest but was afterward tied by Springfield It was not long however until Campbellsville had put sev ial other niniover the plate and Sprinerfield was never again in the fight Jocko Colvin Shultz and Brown pitched for Springfield while Wilson or Campbellsville pitched magnificent all lOUR FRIEND TUB HAYSEED fAn Essay on the Agriculturist The Smart Alecs of thePress Always Ridiculing Him Down through the centuries the farmer kiss been the butt of many jokes nd jibes The funny paper illustrate carIpetsack in his hair Now tor a passing moII ment I turn the searchlight of my upon the farmer Is he such a Rube Is the city man iso darnation smart The farmer sells for soot cash everything he raises He buys every hisIfectly good the merchant is afraid to dun him for his money When cotton prices do not suit Mr Farmer he forms combination holds his cotton for an advance in price and calmly tells the merchant when he asks for his money itogOto Then the government sends him ex pensive books free of charge on the subject of farming He receives free seeds from his Congressman Thousands and thousands of dollars are spent annually by oar paternal government on farm experimentsall for the benefit the socalled hayseed Then we have rural free delivery at a loss to the government running up into the millions of dollars every year All this is for the country Rjibe Then on the horizon looms up parcels post If it comes the country will pay for parcels pot mainly for the benefit iof the alleged man who carries a car sack and allows an automobile to back up on him The smart city man pays onethird of the taxespays higher prices for a farm productshas two boiled eggs 11I Sunday morning asa special treat gives up his city home and moves into an apartment to reduce the cost of liv Ingquits going to the theater and en joys himself at nickelodeon Well it would seem taking aU these facts into consideration that our farm RubeIbath gasoline engines to pump the wat bijitterport in his own home by telephone Women Grow Younger When Dandruff Coes and Hair Grows Abundantly Parisian Sage Americas greatest hair restorer will keep you looking young and attractive IItis guaranteed by The Leo Haydon Drug Coto make hair grow and stop falling hair to cure dandruff in two weeks to stop itching of the scalp al most instantly Parisian Sage isthe most invigorat mg satistving and pleasant hair dres sing made It is not sticky or greasy it makes the hair soft luxuriant and handsome it is especially praised by women who bye beautiful hair Paris ian Sage is for sale by Leo Haydon Drug Co at SOc a large bottle The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle 4 4t THE LYNCHING TRAGEDY IN OHIO The Sheriffs Neglect Responsible For The Lynch ing of Detective c rtM therington Son of Hartwel Ethrington df Wlllisburg l BODY BROUGHT TO WILUSBURG FOR BURIAL The dastardly and cowardly lynching ot young Etherington at Newark 0 recently calls tor the most searing in vestigaton by the authorities This Ohio town has long been classed as a tough place Law and orde has been ignored to an anarchistic degree it is to be hoped that the leaders 11brougQtcount of the affair Newark 0 July 9Fully5oo peo pie of this town unmasked last night aided in the brutal lynching of Carl Etherington an antisaloon Detective grand jury investigation of the affair been ordered and the authorities caused it to be known that such an investigation will be made as soon as the grand jury shall next convene Etherington who was a native of Willisburg Washington county Ky was employed by the State AntiSaloon League as a blind tiger raider was t lynched last night at 1035 oclock after day Of almost continuous rioting The doors of the Licking county jail were battered down and Etherington was dragged from his cell He was shot kicked and struck on the head with a hammer before the street was reached and the finish followed quickly He lis only seventeen WSiYSlq age Etherington early in the evening con fessed Jie killed William Howard proprietor of the Last Chance restaurant and former chief of police in a raid of alleged speak easisin a raid ing scuffle at 130 oclock yesterday af ternoon and narrowly escaped lynching at that time When news from the hospital passed over the city at 9 oclock last night the fury of the mob took definite form Large battering rams were directed upon the doors of the jail and the deputies were powerless The doors fell after nearly an hours at tack Etherington wa dragged through the streets to the courthouse square and hanged to a tree in the courthouse yard The horrible affair was witnessed by about 5000 men women and children It ia believed that Etherington was dead before he was strung up The body was left hanging in the ourthouse yard Etherington asked for permission to make a statement to the mob and asI he attempted to speak somebody struck him a vicious blow on top of the head with a hammer felling him to the ground and this blow is believed to have killed him Adjutant General Weybrecht says Licking county officials particularly Sheriff William Linke are responsible for the lynching here of Detective Carl Etherington the Kentuckian who shot former police chief Howard in the blind tiger raid He has so reported to Gov Harmon The lynching could easily have been prevented says General Weybrecht The established fact that the mob worked at the jail for two hours tells the story of negligence If troops had been called for when they should have been the State of Ohio would not now be disgraced Sheriff Linke did not call out the New ark Co of the Ohi National Guard G of the Fourth regiment Capt Priest says he was informed that it was not even necessary to have men at the ar mory in case of emergency The Eubanks antimob law passed at the last session of the Legislature pro vides for immediate suspension of the sheriff in case he does not protect pris oners in his custody Suspension is fol lowed by a hearing before the Gover nor The Governor has suspended the may or chief of police and the police captain New officers were appointed and arrests immediately followed The remains of Carl Etherington reached here Sunday night at 825 and were met at the train by a large crowd most of whom had gathered to pay a last tribute ot respect to the head and to manifest their sympathy forhis fam ily Many had accompanied the father Hartwell Etherington youthsI home near Willisburg must pathetic surroundings the coffin was opened for the purpose of identifi 109itraJticthe battered and mu tilated contents his son The remains were immediately taken to the Etnerington home near Willis burg where they remained until the next day when the funeral was heldat the Christian church Rey Jesse Grubbs conducting the services It is estm ted that the crowd in attendance num bared between 2000 and 3000 people probably the largest number that ever attended a funeral in this county For hours after the services the pee discussingheing their sympathy for the fam iyes pecially the mother who has been in a critical condition since her son was killed Indeed the bereaved parents have the sYmpathY of all whq have heardof the cruel murder ef their son number of telegrams of condolence haying pme from a distance PLEASANT GROVE Mrs W H Hays and Mrs Maggie Miller of Bloomfield have returned home after a visit at Judge LItSeys N P Thompson and sister Miss Ma bel spent Sunday and Monday in Har itMissvisited R M Thompson Sunday Rev R E C Lawson conducted corn munion services at Pleasant Grove church Sunday Six members were received into the church Carlisle Clelland of Middleboro united with his family at J F Greg rys Saturday Arvin Noe of Columbus Ohio has returned home after a visit at thehome of S C Vanarsdale Miss Harvey Vanarsdale left Monday for a visit tr her sister Mrs H M Noe at Columbia Ky B Scanlon of Louisville has returned home after a vhit to his mother at Squire J 0 Polins Miss GUge Gregory is spending the week with Mrs Decatur Dragoo Mrs Alioe Thompson of Springfield spent a few days last week in this com munity Mrs SP Thompson entertained the following ladies at dinner last Wednesday Mn Mallie Kinehart of Califor ma Mrs B D Lake and Mrs James Noe of Springfield Miss Adeline Cox spent Sunday with Mrs J J Martin Mrs Nellie Thurman and jdaughter Mrs Mary Logan Nestle are spending anIIThe Tablow ball team came down Saturday to play the Litsey Stars However it seems that Litsey did most of the playing as the Tablow boys were unable to score Litsey 5 Tablow 0 Miss Belle Birch of Willisburg spent several days recently with her brother Ed Birch Skin and Scarp Troubles Yield to Zemo A clean liquid preparation for external osei Leo Haydons store is sq confident that ZEMO will rid the skin and scalp of infant or grown person of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat lashes hives ivy poison or any other form of akin or scalp rup tion that they will give your money back if you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from ZEMO The first application will give prompt reliet and show an improvement and in every instance where used persist ently will destroy the germ life leay ing the skin in a clean healthy condi tion 1 Claims to HaVe Found 90000 in Gold Thomas L Rodgersof High Point N C has published a statement to the effect that he recently found 90000 in gold coin in what is known as the Rock House Cave on the Cinch river in Han cock county Tennessee Rodgers says that the information that such a sum of money WiS in the cave was revealed to him in an impelling dream As he re late it he went frfm his NorthCaro hna hom to his childhood home in Han cock county to explore the cave and with a lantern made the exploration alone and found in a large chamber many feet from the entrance an up turned kettle under which was stacked the gold Around the old kettle were found rus ty bayonets canteens and other things indicating that the cave was used as a place of refuge during the Civil War Beside the kettle was found the skele ton of a man and up n a slate stone sjab near by was an inscription telling of the gold and directing the finder to thke charge ot it upon condition that he bury the body of the owner ic a designated spot on the summit of the moon tain m which the cave is located Rodgers says he complied with the terms of the inscription and left the cave with the money m his possession DRINKS NO WHISKEY Ben Johnson a Total Abstainer Never Having Drank Liquor During His Whole bfe The Kentucky Standard published at Bardstownj the home of Ben Johnson who is a candidate for Governor in a long attide endorsing Mr Johnsons candidacy hasthis to4 say of his record asa temperance man He has never tasted a drop of whis key in his ifecan those ooposing him sayas much 1 He has voted for Ipcal option in every election that has been held in his voting precinct since he be came a legal voter Can anyone do more He was a member of the State Senate when the present County Unit law was placed upon the Statute book of this Stat and worked and voted for the measur The most ardent advocate of tern perance in the Senate did the same t is a well known fact that it was a ch ice of this law or none at all and his vote is recorded for the law and his efforts aided in securing this law which lias been most sati factory to the advocat s of temperance LOCUST GROVE N P Thompson and sister Miss Ma bel are visiting friends at Harrodsburg Will Fitzgerald and wire of near Springfield pent Friday with Mr and Mrs H F Reed Miss F Litsey is spending two weeks with her aunt Mrs Nannie Bobbitt at Lebanon Miss Caroline Jones of Louisville is the guest of her sisters at this place Born to the wife of Sol Kayes a fine boy Mesdames SallIe Robertson Zelma Lake and James Noe and children of Springfield spent Thursday with Mrs S P Thompson Mr and Mrs Tom Baker and children spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Hugh Leachman Mr and Mrs John Peters and Mr and Mrs Orcenith Peters of Mack ville dined with Mr and Mrs J S Yankey ThursdayAMrs Minnie Reed spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Julia Leachman Mr and Mrs Charles Marksberry spent Sunday with her brother Ed Hardin near town Mrs William Hardin of Loretto has returned home after aI visit with her daughter Mrs Margaret Marksberry Miss Lillian Leachman spent Sunday at Tatham James Williams and Joe Stagg of Harrodsburg spent Sunday with the Litsey Bros A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no ne dto Listen I suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Siler City N C u till I got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains van- Ish before it 25c at Haydon Rob- ertans t ABOUT THAT fAUTOMOBILE The Quaint Logic Advanced By a Congressman in Support of an Auto for the Speaker When tha appropriation bill was be ing discussed in Congress the item of 5000 a year for the upkeep of a mor tot car for the speaker of the House of Representative was defended by a Congressman in an odd and pernicious way namely by referring to the Hmount such expenditure would cost each indi vidual in the United States He advo cat d the appropriation on the ground that the 5000 would amount b the one thirt sixth oi a cent for each inhabitant of the United States and 1st wantee to know if therewas is this country who would refuse tJia pOnmThe y te the statement very pertinenily by stating that it would cost only about onif half as much to provide the speaker with a pianbevery year and that ta give him a house worth 100000 wbukr cost every citizen only one cent Once embarked in this way why should not SupremnCourt rofthe members of the cibinet and them why should they draw the line at lit pensions like generals of the army and so on until we have provided every officer in the government with an auto mobile a grand piano a house etcj Any one qf theseitemswouldofcourse cost the citizens but a small sum but the very ridiculousness of such a proposition shows the weakness of the Con gressmans argument regarding the upkeep of the speakers automobile However it is the same KInd ofar guraent which one frequently hears cerning the tariff Thus we are t6iiS that the additional cost of sugar oBi count of the duty upon it to each dly vidual household in toe United States 3r only a small amount per dayanamooat so small that it seems insignificant When it is said that the tariff taxes up tbelueopIeyear someone rises to remark thatit is only about 100 per annum and that surely nobody would regret paying 10ft to encourage a great American fediM try Yet it is this one thirtysixth of jt cent these pennies these dollars wktciiv added together makes a burden ilaaV millions of people find themselvesr ui ble to AjSingle battleship coetir1 tindividuhl in this county but a petty sum but a great navy built at natibns cost and maintained at a great waste becoming obsolete mna short time and fit only for the scrap pile means less food and poorer quality to the average American citizen But such is the game of politics And suck the tendency to become prod1g L with what belongs to all of the peopled Sup ltyIfavorite official to divertattention from the principal involved by asking who objects to his pro rata share Dayton 0 Daily News fENWICK iFMrSunday at Tatham Springs Miss Myrtie Perkins spent Saturday with Miss Ethel Crumes v Mrs S C Begley who has been very sick is greatly improved Misses Roxie Cissell and Leont Grave were the pleasent guests of Mrs Edna Harmon Saturday Messrs Parker Badgett and Sidney Smith from Cross Roads made a hpst1 ing rip up this way Sunday Misses Ethel and Verna Rogers were in Springfield Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Barkerand child rca were the pleasentgu sts of Mr and Mrs Dolph Barrick Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggie mltholenedher school at this place Monday Mrs Mollie Thompson of Fredrick town spent a few days last week with her mother Mrs Diana Smith I Several from here attended the Chau tauqua at Lebanon last week When the stomach fails to perform its functions the bowels become d ranged the liver and kidneys congeeted causing numerous diseases The stoi ach liver must be restored tevr healthy condition and Chamberlafca Stomach and Liver Tablts CM fci ae4lOOIitettectiyt 4 l t The Springfield Sun H p SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Y See that fly Kill him t With all his faults a fly doesnt loather one as much as does a mosquito fTheyare llghtingfn Nicaragua but why tneyare fighting no one seems know Blondes are becoming fewer accord ring to statistics So many are let ting It go back dark nowadays The Individual census cards make a pile 16 miles high And the man higher up presumably Is the top cardI A liberal supply of sentlmentalis- Is good for a man it keeps him from brooding over his nonperformances Aist Louis man chewed up a 5 bill with a sandwich At that It was about as is apiece of meat otc rre spondinssize Massachusetts woman wants a di because her husband keeps a 114eaobster in the house Well what s the been keeping And now a Beloit professor w trainpJn the African wilds How doe ptoand a missionary A Chicago surgeon has discovered how to graft n w extremities on the bodies of his patients Science should ant this way bfe able to assemble ai anGA man who started to cure by fast lng Dne of the ills that flesh Is heir tokaemade the discovery that it cured all aliments in his case Ha lag become defunct he Is free from all disease even the fever called Uvin Because Chinese immf rants have been detained on Angel island the Chinese residents have boycotted American good Just what their reasoning is Is difficult to understand Evidently however they are trying toI meet boycott with boycott The thrifty Putch also are buyin- large amounts of American bonds an other securities for permanent and tale Investment The Netherlander are a canny folk and when they mak- a purchase of this kind It Is putt- Strong testimony to the excellence of the bargain That Culebra cut is one of the great difficulties in constructing the Panama canal Latest re orts show that a vast mass of stone and mud has dropped into the excavated channel Involving a whole lot of extra work But this Is one of the contingencies that had to be considered and American pluck and perseverance will carry the job through in the face of all obstacles Physicians have succeeded in ma ing the stethoscope and telephone sensitive that thja heart beats of a pa tient in London Were distinctly trans matted to a seismologist on the Is- of le Wight It Is expected that this wi1l be of great use in enabling physicians to keep In more sensitive touch wit their patients at all hoursI The new battleship South Carolina has returned to Norfolk after a trip at sea for target practise With a new record with big guns having made sixteen bullseyes In sixteen shots with the twelveinch weapons With a score like that to their credit the jackies of the South Carolina must come pretty close to the champion ship for good shooting The exShah of Persia appears tq have settled for himself at least the problem oil what to do with deposed monarchs He Is studying medicine and hopes soon to become a practisl rag physician And that is a much more honorable and commendable proceed ing than dwelling apart in sullen Idleness or plotting revolutions against his country Some other exes might imitate his example with muchI credit to themselves t Of course it is guesswork as yet no one will know the actual popu tion of the United States until ti decennial federal enumeration now progress shall be completed B word comes from Washington th opiniononRev believe that the total for the country will be not far from 100000000 whl chfortwill surpass most estimates made previously A Chicago Judge bars wife beaters from citizenship He might also bar them up away from the rest of the world Heres a man complaining because this wife eloped with his best friend Friend perhaps was just trying toIprove it fiyhmachinesthe In 8 France and lives In England will harr iA living chance IIWHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH toNEW YSTEMfrCourt of Appeals Decisions Will Be Printed In September Frankfort KyWith the September lof the court of appeals under an act passed by the last general as sembly a new system of reporting th decisions of the court of appeals will be begun On Thursday of each Kemn ing the opinions delivered the precede ing week the volumes and pages corresponding with those of the regular e formArat free to each circuit judge commonwealth attorney county judge and county attorney The subscription price will be 3 a year All opinions delivered by the court will be pub Dished By an order of court the clerk will deliver to the reporter a copy of ejach opinion by noon of the day after it reportsse coprY The publication will differ from the Kentucky Law Reporter in that It wi come out weekly will correspond volumes and pages with the olhci edition will give the opinions to the barthe week after they are delivers- d will be an official publicationGsyllabi being prepared official reporter of the court and the other editorial work being done by him It is believed that the publication will anvJ state Similar pu beegexaminingtrialfelt money and being held to the l eral grand Jury Jacob Brill said be one of the most noted couhterfeit ers In America having served terms In flee Federal penitentiaries sawed ills way o tof the local jail With the aid of two sheets he dro confederaldmo LaFOURTHIFirecrackers and Toy Pistols Were Eliminated Henderson A safe and sane Fourth of July was the order here dflr n the auspices of the Womans club when firearms firecrackers toy pfef tqthewere eliminated The aid of all the Sunday schoolteachers and superintendents and public school teachers as well as the ministers of the gospel was invoked to give the children a pleasant day sadevoid of the usual Fourth of July ex p A program was arranged for the occasion and the children all met In Central park each equipped with a fla where they sang patriotic songs 7 he aha discoursed during the ceremonies ap propriate music NONAGENARIAN DEAD Bowling GreenW P Mansfield Sr aged 94 years died at his ho near Oakland He had been in tails health for several years but sustained a fall a few days since which h tened his death He was born In Virginia but came with his parents to this state when he was 3 years of a and had lived In this county since ti est Civil War STATE BAPTISTS CONVENE Georgetown KyThe State Baptist Summer Assembly held its annual meeting here this week Addresses were made during the meeting by Dr JiM Frost of Nashville Dr W D of Louisville Rev 0 O Green of Versailles Prof W J Mc Glothlin of Louisville Miss A L Williams of Birmingham Ala Rev J D Adcock of Nicholasville Greenvillela e eRev E M Harris of Woodlake S retary Thomas J Watts of Lou Lexingfoate J N Prestrldge of Louisville toarSecretary MB Adams of Frank and Rev O M Hueyt of Somer setThe officers of the state assocfati are President Rev Bo A Dawes of Georgetown secretary Rev Thomas J Watts of Louisville treasurer Rev J P Scruggs of Georgetown About two hundred delegates were in iltendance Louisville Ky James H Polsgrove pres1Ident stJconvention TEACHERS INSTITUTES Frankfort ICyThe State Superln tendent of Public Instruction has giv en out the list of teachers institutes to be held in the state during the sum men AlexIlenJuly Scottville G Chapman LawrenceburgJ WRIchardsRathAugust MIrmiuenceBourbonAugustey Mlddlesboro BoydJuly Cat LexingtonBoyleAugustRichmond Bracken August 15 BreathittJulyHatdfnsburgrSeptember 19 Shepherdsvllle S E Han Butler Juiv 5 CItyIRichards Princeton Galloway July 25 Murray J C Willis Lexington CarlisleAugust Bardwell J T C Xoe Lex RSGrayson E C McDougie Kichmond Ca lexJngton22 J ClarkAugustWinchester ClarAugustUlchmond CrltteAden August 15 bitrion C W Richards Princeton Cum VhanmanDavless August 8 Owensboro Fred yestcottIEdmonson July 18 Brownsville T C ElliottAugustl JArFayetteAugust 29 Lexington J T C oe Lexington FlemingOctober 3 LexingtonrJessaminefourcountyM Shipp Winchester GrantAugustRichmond Grayes August 22 Maylleld GraysonAuntrtcountyalman Paris PdBowlingGreenNee Lexington HarrisonJuly Cyn thlana T JC rttes RIohmond Hart FowlIngHenryugust obHellderLEonJefferson August 22 Louisville James OctoberPalntsvlllejJKnottAugust 22 Hindman M O Win Bart0Laurel September 19 London J A Sharon LawrenceAugust 2 Louisa M Q bIilldlesbaro Tco SharonRichmond WhitesburgChapmaneIreland Stanford LlvingatotiAugust 15 Smlthland T J Richmond MShippJConte12 Salyersvllle J T C Noe Lexington MarshallAugustfield Martin July Inez W M Eying MaysvlJleIreland Stanford McCracken August PrlnretanMcLeanJuly BrandenburgMenlfee August Frenchburg R M 19IVJUnrSGreenvllle R M Shipp Winchester Montporh eryAugust 15 Mt Sterling J R Sterptt Lebanon Morgan July 23 West Lib RIchmondNelsonAugust A S 25CarlislelitttchleeOwenAugust lileCPendletonAugust 22 Falmouth T S HazardShfppdSEubankRowarJublannamaltScottSee Jessamine four cpunty Shel SFubankNLexington SpencerSeptemberBowling Green CasGreenTriggJulychester Union August 22 Unlontown no in Green T J Coates Richmond Vnshlt1ltonJuh SpringfieldWayneSeptember fcDolJleRichmondhllrgT J Coates Richmond WolfeJuly 25 Campton R M Ship Winches ter WoodfordSee Jessam ne four county Kentucky Intelligence Lexington Ky Stephen D deputy revenue collector of the Sev JSs paper man died at St Josephs hos disease1sLebanon Ky The Proctor I not Chautauqua opened The old govern or gave this home to the association proudesttimethat the Chautauqua Is a success Kentuckon y State Bar association will hold its ninth annual meeting here July 12 13 and 14 Reuben D Sillman of New York will make the annual address his subject being Our Outlyhg Po e sessions Among the speakers will be S D Rouse and W H Mackoy o Judge Benton IIVfnchesterCircuft as circuit caused by the death of Jonas Bush Baldwin has served a term as county clerk an4 for some years was chairman of fl1 a Democratic county cbramftteo 9w ys GREAT IMPORTANCE OF SELECTING DAIRY IjERD Animals Chosen Should Be Carefully Examined and Tested Physically Should Show Evidence of Health and VigorI First Prize Dutcn Belted Heifer By PROF H E ALVORD There is no point of greater Im portance in selecting animals for the foundation of a herd or in making pur chases of additions than to get perfectly healthy stock Animals cho Ben should be critically examined and should afford evidence of being strong in constitution and of healthful vig or It is advised that all be tuberculin tested and this of course should be done by a competent veterinarian Besides the robust character of the individuals the breeding stock from which they are descended slid the herd stables and farms from which they come should be closely examined on the score of health Breed- Ing and rearing the animals needed to replenish and increase the herd and refusing to allow strange animals n the farm are the best safeguards the introduction of disease If purchases must be made let the new stock be strictly quarantined for at least one month before mingling with the herd On every farm of any size a wellsecluded building for a suitablyarrangedful adjunct This not needed for calv ing cows or for cases of lameness or ordinary accident but for cases of acute sickness retention of afterbirth contagiousthe building itself Its care and the at tendance upon its occupants must be subjected to regulations suitable to anjr hospital or quarantine There are many of the ordinary ac domesticmanaged by an Intelligent owner or under his direction without profes sional assistance Every man his own cattle doctor is a very delusive p tie one may well follow this sugges ion within reasonable limits but SPLITLOG DRAG USEFUL 1IpUf1ogherewjtthisyet the most useful and effective im plements for the improvement of ea th roads ever invented a mere glance atj which will enable any practical farm er to make one In some states the farmers by common agreement drag the road along their own fronts after IMPORTANCE OFIFEEDING HENSi InexpertaThey Have Mastered ItFew Master Science WENTZLERaline be tween failure and success in poultry professionals sometimes as sert that the feeding Is a matter of secondary importance It is all Im portant It Is the problem the rock on which all inexperienced people go broke until they have mastered it Poultry feeding Is a science Few master the science It is the one thing in which com mon sense will not guide you You cant feed common sense It requires a knowledge of foods Corn and wheat and meat are as aras the knowledge of some people extends We should become familiar with the foods and learn what functions they perform We know that corn makes fat We also know that fat is the fuelthe source of the chickens heat and en ergo These Is very little essmaking there is always a point hard tc de fine at which professional aid should promptly be summoned So long as an owner Is certain of the difficulty and has knowledge and experience as to treatment or remedy he may depend upon home resources But In cases of obscurity uncertainty or complications the owner of a good cow disregards his own Interests and his moral obligation If he fail to summon a veterinarian as muchas if he neglected to seimro proper medical serviCe for a sick child And the veterinarian should be selected with the same care one exer cises in choosing a family physi clan Close confinement with impure air and lack of exercise is as prejudicial to the health iof milch cows as to that of human beings Some recently promulgated theories of dark warm stables and no exercise for prof itable milk production are without a rational basis and certain to lead to disastrous results sooner or later Ex posure to storms and cold Is equally injurious to the health and profit of cows A judicous mean is the provi sion for moderate exercise intte open air and sunshine qnd the application of the same common sense care for the comfort of cows which one would approve for members of his owa household Every member of the herd young or old should pass under the critical eye of the owner or his trusty assist ant daily and preferably twice a day The least symptom of disorder like dulness loss of appetite rough coat and irregularity of milk manure or urine should be noted and promptly receive the attention which It deserves Experience is needed on the part of the caretaker to detect and correct the beginnings of trouble and thus maintain the general health of the herdI IS J Y every rain and the results are almost unbelievable Value of Sheep Sheep are great soil renovators and weed eradicators but the man who would make a profit on them should not get the idea that they are simply scavengers constainslain which is needed for egg and tissue building But it is one of a long line of eggbuilding foods It Is not the best food for feathers And in some parts of the country It maybe the most expensive of the eggbuild ing foods Corn in some sections is also prohibitive owing to Its price to be used economically It is then that khowledge of foods comes Into play and suggests substitutes Chick ens like all other Hvo stock require variety to do their best When cickens have unlimited range they balance their own foods and get what the system craves- When man feeds he has to furnis- this balance Common sense will not always decide how to get the balance Science In Farming Convince your son and daughter that to be successful on the farm they must have healthy bodies and bright minds and they must be proficient in math e matics chemistry physiology pathol ogy bacteriology biology politic and domestic economy and a half dozen other sciences and they wil begin to respect the farm and stoj calling farming Dago business and a little later the world will look u fv the farmer not down at bim 4 IUNDEFEATED CHAMPION OK THI NORTHWEST T A ColfaxWash Mr Ireland Is the holder of four world records and has yet to lose his first matChsays he Kidney Itrouble so affected my vision as to inter fere with my shoot Ing I became BQ nervous I could hard ly hold a gun There wassevere pain in my back and head f and my kldfieys were terribly disordered Doans Kldrfey Pill cured me after I back doctored and taken nearly every remedy imaginable without relief I will give further details of my case to anyone enclosing stamp Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo NT- HIS HOPES Jinks Do you expect to move this springFickleI expect to yes but hope my wife may decide to grant me a reprieve BOY tTORTURED BY ECZEMA When my boy was six years old hd suffered terribly with eczema He could neither sit still nor lie quietly la bed for the Itching was dreadful He would Irritate spots by scratching with his nails and that only mad4 them worse A doctor treated him and we trle almost everything but the eczema seemed to spread It started in a small place on the lower extremities and spread for two years until It very nearly covered the back part of his leg to the knee Finally I got Cuticura Soap Cute cura Ointment and Cuticura Pills and gave them according to directions tused them in the morning and that evening before I put my boy to bed I used them again and the Improve surprisingbe so much less I used two boxes of i Cuticura Ointment the same of the Pills and the Soap and my boy wast cured My son is now In his seventeenth I year and he has never had a return of the eczema il took care of a friends child That had eczema on its face and limbs and I used the Gutlcura Soap and Ointment t They acted on the child just as they did on my son and it has never re turned I would recommend the Cuti cura Remedies to anyone Mrs A J Cochran 1823 Columbia Ave Philadelphia Pa Oct 207 1909 But He Wasnt Senator Depew in his Washington residence on his seventysixth birth day told a reporter that his health perfectYou indeed slrsaldthe reporter heartily look the picture of h althYessaid the senator shouldnt have said I was well if my appearance didnt bear me out A sell contradictory statement Is merely ludicrous 4IftakerA census taker rang the bell of a Hlllyer place residence the other day and an elderly gentleman opened the door r Id like to see the head of the house said the census taker Ssh Not so loud whispered the elderly gentleman Now what is it Im the head of the house Your Wifes Picture A man ought to be ashamed to live so that his wife is compelled to look as she does at housecleaning time Hell allow her to buy cheap old yellow soap right along and take twice as long for her housework and washing when Easy Task soap will save time health and money for her A man wouldnt tol erate oldfashioned methods in his place of business for a minute If your wife would use Easy Task soap all the thehw Wrong Angle Theres a bright side to every thing A bright side Bah Well there is Do you mean to tell me doctor that there is a bright side to my hav ing had my leg amputated Indeed there Is and if you could alput yourself in njy place you could really see it Gunner They say since Coggwood bought his new automobile he has rung raniatopa 100pound hog the other day a I Vtt1tM thIIIIr y YI sio PHOTOS cCPYRcmED 8Y 0 CCIYEDHYST WASXA- CCOPYRCHTBY WA TT4WSOf 0 HEN the Supreme court of the United sit with full membership provIdedno deaths occur during the vacation period TusJacovered his health that he can join States enters upon its fall term it will and esteem Some one has said that Governor Hughes while In the main a his colleagues on the bench Governor Charles E Hughes of New York state will be welcomed to mem bership by the individual members of the court with full hearted pleasure conservative Is a man who believes that the laws should be Interpreted In the spirit of 1910 rather than In the spirit of 1830 The criticism on the Judgments rendered on occasion by the Supreme court has been to the effect that seemingly some objectionliasnew lights to strike the laws r fth ancients T e Supreme court bf the United States Is said to be the most dignified body In the wodd It looks It but it mustynot be taken for granted thatythese judges from the veteran Chief Justice Fuller down to the youngest man on the bench have not theiratimes of relaxation when they give full vent to their sense VJU 77 EHOLNFr of humor Justice Johm Harlahj who is seven tynine years old has a rare humor and he likes to give it play Justice Edward D White of Lou+ isiana who has been pro ther4uu o of the a o country to have a judicial mind not excelled In the United States has hard work at times to keep from giving vent to his humorous concep tion of things as they appear in court Such a proceeding would be dubbed undignified and so Judge White managesto control his flow of wilt when in court but when the tribunal is not in session he gives his mood full play Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes son of one of the most distinguished American scholars and one of its rarest humorists has a great deal of the fun of his father in him but selfconfessedly lie tries to hold its expression in check op many occasions because it might be said that he was trying to make Oliver Wendell Holmes the second appear as Oliver Wendell Holmes the first and this the present justice modestly holds Ito be Impossible Not long ago a lawyer went to the residence of one of the associate justices of the Supreme court a married man and one who the lawyer thought was the sjtaidest of the staid The vis itor had gone to see the justice to get some advice on behalf of a person who lie know was a family friend of the one of whom he was seeking sdvivory helpIIt seems that the mans wife had died and mIle the husband was a kindly disposed and most excellent man generally his fatherinlaw and motherInlaw Insisted on taking the children who had been left motherless The wid ower did not want to part with his children and neither did he want to make a fight which would bring the children into public notice and show that he had had a breach with his wifes father ind mother The lawyer who was calling on the justice said What would you do if your father inlaw motherinlaw on your wifes death tried to- fret your children away from you The answer came quick and sharp Id tell them to go to the deviL Now it happened that the Justices wife was sitting at his elbow and the lawyer at this strong expression from the judicial minded one looted with trepidation at Mrs Justice expecting to see her overcome with mortification at her husbands outbreak The visitor was relieved Und also somewhat surprised when Mrs Justice said Td tell them to go to the devil too The household court being thus unanimous the lawyer went away and gave advice to his client and the presumption Is that within a day or two the fatherinlaw and motherinlaw went to the devil The justices of the Supreme court put on their rob in a room which is across the main corri rdor of the capitol from the courtroom In order to teach the bench they are obliged to cross the coiirldor arid this they do In procession the clerk of the court leading the way like a pioneer and betg followed by the chief justice and the asS elate justices In order of rank It Is on the stroke of twelve noon that this procession takes up its way and as it is known xfr that noon is the hour for the court opening the corridor Is always filled with people whx want to see thef judges file by Just before tiey appour c rErdtrsnc FLLLER AN- Oavsric LLIc TON 11 rvoftrcMcfzoBfcs J1JeSTCEDAYi cLlcSTPENARLAY III GHEFPLcSTlC FULLER In the doorway of theft robing room four attendants take up their places in the corridor and stretchacross It two thick silken cords thus making a passageway through which the procession moves It is the most dignified looking proceeding possible and the jus tices look neither to the right nor the left but conscious that there are scores of on lookers each one bows but bows straight ahead in or der that there may be no discrimination in courtesy between those of the public who are standing on the right and those standing on the left It is a per fectly impartial bow in strikesgsome people also as being assembles ItEvery Monday as soon as court Is the custom to read decisions on cases which have been considered and on which the court Is to pass judgment If the decision of a great case Is expected the courtroom always is crowded and the members of the bar newspapermen and others who have been present before on like occasions look anxiously to see which judge is to read the important decision If any one of three or four justices is to rend it there Isp dis tinct sense of disappointment because nvbody except the reading judge la likely to hear the decision In other words some of the Judges of the supreme court have such weak voices that not even the men closest to them can catch what they say and everybody must wait until the decision can be read before knowing what it means This inability or perhaps lack of desire On the part of some qf the justices to read out loud is a great trial to the newspaper correspondents who are anxious to telegraph the news of the decision at the earliest moment possible There are other troubles which beset the correspondents as well as those which come from the poor enunciation and the weak voices of some of the justices Legal language Is the hardest kind of language for the layman to understand and the result is that when the decision Is read the first part of occasionally makes it seem certain that one side has won thecase while the tail end of the deci sion may reverse everything and give the case to the other side There was one striking Instance of this In a great case which was decided three years ago The city of Chicago was trying to effect changes in Its streetcar system The streetcar companies held that their franchise was good for 100 years and that the city could not oust them from any of their privileges under their franchise The case went to tho Supreme court and was of tre mendous interest to all the cities in the United States Moreover the speculative Interests of the country were awaiting the decision with the keenest anxiety and Intereot for if It went one way It meant that certain stocks still would bo of great value and if it went the other way it means that they would be worth little The decision was read In the Supremo court by a Judge who had a good voice Everybody had made up his mind that If the Supreme cqurt decided that the railroad companies had a hun dred years franchise they had won the case and that the city had lost This was regarded an Ithe crucial feature of the whole controversy The newspaper correspondents from the grjeat cities were in attendance at the court when he decision was read and they were ready to dispatch messengers instantly to the telegr ph office with s brief dispatch saying either The companies win or The city wins This vas all that wtvs to be sent out at the first instance for the situation was understood in every nevs paper office in tha country and a single tin as to which side won would be sufficient to rele se otlcrstorlts t 9Pr tlUs77 E WHITJ for the companies or for the city In the very first part of th decision the statement was made that the Supreme court had decided that e companies had a franchise for 100 years Instantly some of the correspondents sent dispatches The companies win Two or three correspondents were held in thpir seats by a cautionary word from a veteran v ho had don long service In the Supreme court He said watt In a few minutes as the reading went on it became apparcnt that the court had decided that while the companies had a franchise for 100 years they had practically no rights under It On the strength of the mistake which was made in send ing out some of th first dispatches on that day stocks went up and tken when the truth came put they tumbled so fast tnat they hurt their heads Whan the justices led by the clerk and the chief justice enter the Supreme courtroom every body stands When the judges have taken their seats tho court crle after the manner of court criers since the time of the patriarchs declares that the high and honorable court is Id session and that Justice Is to be dispensed Just before taking their seats the justices bow to the assembled throng and the throng bows back When the court criers voice has died away everybody takes his seat and the proceedings begin The Supreme court sits In the old senate cham ber of the capitol It is the room where Webster Hayne Clay Calhoun and others fought their bat ties The gallery is a tiny affair capable of seating only about thirty people and the wonder Is how when Webster delivered his great oration in reply to Hayne there could have been present the great crowd of which history tells us It was in the Supreme courtroom that the electoral commission which decided the HayesTilden contest held its sessions The fifteen members of that commission occupied the se ts of the justices and it is said that during the progress of the hearing tho little room was crowded literally to suffocation and that many people were overcome It Is an historic chamber and it is one of the places to which visitors to Washington bend their steps In tho membership of the Supreme court there are two veterans of the Union army and two vet erans of the Confederate army John Marshall Harlan who Is a Republican raised the Tenth Ken tucky infantry and served in Gen George H Thom as division He rose to the rank of colonel and his namd was before the senate for confirmation as a brigadier general at a time late in the war when his fathers death compelled him for family reasons to retire from the service Oliver Wendell Holmes of Boston graduated from Harvard college in 1861 and at once entered the Unloa army At the battle of Balls Bluff in October 1861 Holmes was shot through the breast and for a long time it was believed he could not possibly recovbr He did recover however and went back to the front taking part in the battle of Antletam where he was shot through the neck and again his life was despaired of Once more he recovered and went to the front only to be wounded again at the battle of Fredericksburg Justice Edward Douglass White was born li Louisiana and he served through the Civil war iii the Confederate service Horace Harmon Lurton who was appointed by President Taft to thti vacancy caused by tho death of Justice Peckham entered tie Confederate service when he was only seventeen years old and he served three years He was with General Buckner at Fort Donelson when the Confederate commander surrendered to Gen eral Grant Lurton was Grants captive and it Is not at all probable that the northern soldldr had any conception that this youthful prisoner was one day to be appointed to the Supreme court of the United States by a Republican president CITY MAN A3 A COME ON Tho average city man thinks the tarDier who buys a gold brick In need of a guardian Yet thousands of these same city men have paid for bricks which any farmer would have known were the commonest kind of brass There are all sorts of them nicely prepared for city men Now it lo a scheme to buy fruit land on the Pacific coast Our city friend is told he can make 1000 an acre from the start A few days ago I found 5 young man almqst on his way to the bank to draw 800 for sucha schemo says a writer In the Metropolitan He had a guaranty that in five years he vould be drawing 3000 an nually from his farm Next is some cooperative scheme for growing peaches in Texas or oranges in Florida Yoa do not work You simply buy stock in the enterprise pay for it of course and then sit in the shade arid draw your dividends You sit in the shadeno doubt of that airnl thf dividends draw like tho memory of evil deeds 4n RIVAL OF WESTON Septuagenarian Walks 13 Miles Before Breakfast Daily Capt tJ H Chittenden at 70 Takes Long Hike Every Morning Has Many Friends Among the Indians New YorkThe sight ofa gaunt and bearded man in sombrero and cor duroys who dally turns In his tracks at the New Jersey end of the Fort Lee ferry has awakened the curiosity of dwellers In the vicinity The appearance of the man is de cidedly Wild West and the young sters near the ferry who are astir at about seven oclock mornings have had visions of redskins and buffaloes lately when the stranger has reward ed their vigils by coming on the scene The westernlooking one is Capt Newton H Chlttenden the first explorer of the Queen Charlotte islands who although 70 years old walks from Alpine N J to the ferry a distance of 13 miles regularly before eight oclock each morning as a constitu tional T1iCaptain Chlttenden deserves a nicely ornamented spot in the walkers section of the Hall of Fame along with Colonel Weston and Mayor Gay nor is evident from his exploits- In f888 and 1889 he broke the record for long walks by making a con tinuous journey on foot diagonally across the contihent from the Pacific to the Gulf of Mexico a distance in fttench f eluding several hundred miles of side expeditions amounting to 3350 miles He was accompanied by a pack burro The trip was for archeological and ethnological research and Captain Chittenden considers it one of the se verest of his career He estimates that he dragged his donkey more than five miles through the overflowed bop toms of Louisiana Of the more than 200000 miles which Captain Chittenden has covered in his 40 years of traveling 25000 miles have been on foot Testimony of his researches are found in most 01 the famous museums In this country and in museums of Canada and England as well- Among American pathfinders Jt is said that this explorer has devoted more severe labor to the accomplish ment of his many expeditions than any other ten men of this country Hi donations to museums have included many valuable relics and much data pertaining to the Indian tribes and prehistoric Americans Captain Chittenden has visited prac tically every Indian tribe on the continent and has lived with some of the distinguished old chiefs as long as sii months ora year He has consequently become versed in several In dian languages It Is an interesting fact that save on one or two occa slims when protection from border ruffians demanded it he never carried a weapon Chief Edonsau of the Queen Char lotto tribe was Captain Chlttendenz great friend Poundmaker chief oi the Saskatchewan Crees whom he visited during the RIel rebellion was another intimate Others were Amer lean Horse a great war chief of the Sioux Red Cloud Sitting Bull Two Stake and the noted Chief Joseph Who came to see him in camp on the Spokane river in the early days In the winter of 190809 upon visit ing Chief Manuel of the Cahuilla and Serano Indians of southern California he was invited to address the tribe at their fiesta and he remained ia camp with them for 40 days As evidence of his pedestrian hub its Captain Chittenden in 1882 when provided with free transportation to and from the gbld fields of Caribou left the stage in the interior and pro ceeded300 miles alone on foot among the various Indian tribes inhabiting that portion of British Columbia Two years later in the dead of winter w3 the thermometer reaching isdegreea below zero and the snow in places 16 feet deep he walked alone over the mountains into the gold fields of Coeur dAlene and then crossed the Bitter Root range into Montana a distance altogether of more than 300 miles Country roads are childs play tc Captain Chittenden whose pedestrian ship has been devoted to rougher tray iel than that whieh his rivals have experienced He attributes his un usual degree of endurance to inheri Lance and careful living He has never OfLUquorrlneof tea or coffee In 40 years J r Constipation Vanishes Forever Frcapt RelkfPtnuMBt Cam CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS nem fail PweIl reset urdybut Ib liverStopa cure iadi fARTE Irnr PILLS geboa improve tile complexion bri the eyes Seal Pffl Smll Dose sIrieIfGENUINE roust bear ognature 4JSend postal for FR EE Free Package of Paxtine f setter and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOR ALL TOILET USES OAXTINE 1 TOILET ANTISEPTIC GivM one a sweet breath cleaswlsiir germfree teeth antuepticjdly clew mouth and tbroat puriHe atkbreatk altersmoking dispels all duagreeaUc perspiration and body odors BHtck ap predated by dainty women A wok remedy for sore eyes and catarrk A Me Paxthe powder cL- Solved k a glass of hot water wakes a delightful aatkep e islutwti extraex IckuMg ferakkU dwlag power sad absolutely bam Try a Sample SOc a Iarrge box at dcugpw or by twin THE PAXTON TOILET CO Mass A Teacher In the Making She was a popular young normal student who had been to a party the night before and as a consequence i was not prepared in the geography class The woman Instructor true to her generaliknowledge permit a failure after eliciting two or i three inconsequential stabs from her fair but jadeft disciple asked for the products of China The victim brightened Tea she lasserted preparing to sit down Yes and what else encouraged the instructor The young woman smiled with 1 sweet hopelessness u Now you can mention others ranif sure Just think about it Tea drawled the flutelike v JCoi of the pretty girlCland puckering her forehead with an intellectual tour J de forceiand laundry work7i if Youths Companion or Up to Date Milking Scene Vhats going on around here asked the surprised visitor la hisa hospital Oh no answered the tall m IlII the silk hat this is the stage setting for a New England farm The next act will be the milking scene But I thought the young lady in the antiseptic apron was a trained nurse Oh no she Is the milkmaid The rubberglovestthatyou boy As soon as they bring in theister ilized stool and the pasteurized palls and find the cows tooth brush milking scene will begin For the Dogs Sake Where are you going for your umf 3Gotrox0 dear Ive not made up iny mind yet sighed Mrs Rich wearIly L want to find some quiet restful spot where my dear little French poodle can get plenty of fresh air Love when true faithful and well fixed is eminently the sanctifying element of human life without it thee mind cannot reach its fullestheight John Ruskin A CornerIn i For those who know tho pleasure and satisfaction i there is in a glass of V ICEDPOSTUM Make it as usual darktand richboil it to bring out the distinctive ffflavour and food value Cool with cracked ice and 1 addsugarand lemon also a Ilittle cream it esiredJ Postern is really a fooddrink with the nutritive elements of the field grains Ice it and you have a pleasant safe cooling drink for summer daysan agreeable surprise for those who have never tried it Theres a Reason fop POSTUM 5r Postum Cereal Co Limited Battle Creek Mich a c Qri o t raa 0 a T THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1916 t L I SPRINGFIELD SUN vIHUED EVERY WEDNli DAY fUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher f IJBtered at the at Springfield I Jyl for transmission through the- idali8 usecondclass matter t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Olio year 1Oo Hz MontHs S0 Three Months t 2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET I t FOR CONGRESS RON BEN JOHNSON JOHNSON THE MAN j t There are some indications that Hon Ben Jphneon will not have opposition 4orthe race for Governor This may seem strange but it is not Mayor Head of Louisville will cut but a small figure in the fight as he has no follow inyutside the limits of the city and sot a unanimous following there though he is a good man and the people want him to remain mayor Addams the Cynthiana candidate is also a worthy gentleman but he is only a local candidate figuring in the returns from only the surrounding counties Senator Me I Creary is an announced candidate but Mt is not sure by any means that he will make a strong fight against Johnson and that is the only kind of a fight that will answer the purpose Senator McCreary should not enter the tight He has held offices all nis life and he has never held one that was not creditably filled He has been Gov ernor and he made a good one He was then promoted to the office of United States Senator In other words he went up stairs from the Governors office to that of Senator He has received all the honors from that of magistrate through the line of Governor to Sew tor Now to ask him to step down stairs to the office of Governor is are quest that his friends should not demand of him and which would be requiring him to accept an office in which he could not naturallv take much pride He Has already enjoyed that honor and although an able and conscientious mah he could not put into his work while acting as Governor the same vigor and determination as would one like Ben Johnson who wants to be Governor in order that it can be said in history that jhe was once Governor and was as good a Governor as the State ever had Gov McCreary has already maoe a record as Governor he has no record to make na place in history to secure for hi name The two men are well known by th people Neither has one word to say against the ability and honesty of the other No one can say it One has heaped up political honors until ther are no hcnors in the gift of the tpi Kentucky to bestow upon him The Bother looks to the future not to theI past Johnson is to live in the Kentucky for many years yet He i din the prime of his young manhood as jit were He can as Governor create conditions that will be a benefit to the State and that will win for him a name thatiB the object of his ambition Give him what he wants and he will give Kentucky what she needs Vie would not say that McCreary r would be a fossil as Governor far from it But we do not believe he would put forth more than the passive energy that would le incumbent upon him by sens of duty He would not be actuated b youngerr man attempting to climb the political hills that Mr McCreary has already as cended Mr Johnson has all the ability that any man in the State has he has had exnerience he has keen judgment and he has the ambition which in the put KM wade him determined active official in whatever capacity he has filled I f Another feature is that Senator Mc- a Gre iry enter the race his friends say b berag implored to make the race nii if nominated he would expect the iparty to elect him Be would say ill t Accepted then nomination att your re tf 1 quest and if elected I shall accept the officei The party Would have to pull an indifferent candidate through Johnson is fighting forthe nomination and if he gets it he will pull the party through at the electionLarne County Herald i BIG NORTH W H Ramsdell bought of W H Cloyd of Harrodsburg one horse 12 years old tor 115 Married on last Sunday eve Miss Edith Sims and Mr Tell Lea Mrs Lea is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles SiMs of the Hopewell community Mr Lea hails from near LeavilleW Ransdell is spending the week in Louisville with friends and relatives A protracted meeting is in progress it Kirkwood conducted by Bro Royal ty There have been several additions to the church membership Mrs Sarah Hawkins of Talmage is quite ill with dropsy Mrs Georgia Black of Louisville and little daughter Ollie visited friends and relatives in this community from Mon day till Friday James Hendren of Grapevine is conducting a singing school at Last Thursday week a drummer and Merrill Springate ot Harrodsburg were fishing in Salt River The drummer leant forward to drive the fish from under a brush heap when he fell into the water dead the Drs pronouncing the cause heart failure Rev Snapp filled his regular appoint ment at the M E church at Bohon on the fourth Sunday W I Massie of Bohon is conducting a singing school at Ebenezer Mrs Georgia Black ot Louisville is visiting parents Mr and Mrs G G Rbbnson at Ebenezer Melvin Chapman and family are visit t kIt the Dannel school house last Monday with 50 pupils Election of Teachers Following are the proceeding of Educational Division No 3 at Willtsburg Ky June 25 1910 Members otj the Board present N W Deacon district No6 Andrew Lewis district No4 J B Jenkins district No 1 James Burns s district No 2 Jake Humes district No 8 W J Fowler district No8 James W Scott district No 3 The following teachers were elected District No 2WJ Sweeney District No3Frank Hardin District No 4Miss Maggie Hiatt District No 5 Evert Deadman bistrict No 6 Miss Emma Hiatt District No 7W S Colvin District No 8Mr Kate Shewmaker District No 9Misii Nettie Fowler N W Deacon Chairman W J Fowler Sec The worlds most successf medicine for bowel complaints is Chamberlains RemedyItand sayed more lives than any other medicine in use Invaluable for child ren and adults Sold by all druggists REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANKsMackvilleCOunty oneRESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers or sureties J58 25801 500000eColiateraleOther Stocks Jonds etc 03358 M Due from National Banks 30r868 Due from State Banks and Bankers 5098 3618UnitedSGitesandNatlonal 56 800000S 5850 Check sandothfir coshitems Eachangoforclearin house Overdrafts secured 30TaxesCurrentexpenses paid 71060 Louse 150000 Other fieal Estate Furniture andFixtures 007 36 Other assets not included under any of above heads 3127 02 Total 5i1O 28 LIABILITIES 1500000SurplusUndivided Profits 2 776U 00Depositson which int rat not paid JJ37 78 Deposits subject to check paideoalUon which Interest Ys paid pItsonwLirL 1465690 whichI i8DueDue State Banks Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashierscheck Notes bills rediscounted 1100000 o0TaxesUnpaid dividends Other Liabilities not cluded under any of tie above heads Total j t 75610 28 State of Kentucky tactCounty of Washington I J E Brown Caehier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of and belief J E BROWN Cashier 8thdayPETER D C Correct Attest JB Peter DirectorsJ DrrG T1Burtoo RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky tffice in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes The Ladies ot New Hope Baptist church will serve ice cream in the yard of the MdorsviPe exchange next Satur day afternoon and night The money made will be used tor the new parson age School Tax for the year of 1910 was due July 1 G C Wharton Treas Last Saturday evening one of the richest farms in the country changed hands when Mr C C Christie of the Froman neighborhood sold his farm to Mr Anderson Holderman of the east end of the county The price paid was 80 per acre and contains 130 acres The Merchants and grocers of Spring field have entered into an agreement to to close their respective plars of busi ness at 8 oclock p m except on Satur day nights when they will keep open later in order to accommadate the Saturday night trade The Modern Woodmen of America will hold memorial services at Rock bridge Cemetery at ten oclock a m and at WiHisburg at two oclock p m Sunday luly MrW F Grigsby ot this 17rIO is a member of Beech Fork No 12344 will deliver the Mr W J DeHart of Louisville the State Deputy for Kentucky will be there Yesterday afternoon the large awn ing in front of the Springfield hotel broke away from its fasteing and fell to the side walk While engaged in replacing it Tom Comstoclc was struck on the head by a fallin plank and a deep gash cut which bhd profusely Dr Ray attended to him and succeeded in stanching the flow df blood and dres sed the wound The property on West street belonging to Aunt Harriett Anne Bar her was sold at public auction Satur day and bought by Mrs John Y Mayes for 2025 The lot is very valuable for building purposes and it is understood that Mrs Mayes will erect two or three houses on it T The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve County Conrt dinner in Novem ber During the high waters two weeks ago a bunch of Geese came to my home at Fredericktown Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges S B Nnlly FOR SALEA beautitul tone square piano Hinzen Rosen make in a good condition For further particulars call at the Sun Office For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGPIHLD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms alKkinds of farms See us for city property in Bards ttrWfl ORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky Christianaserve er day in September Patronage very thankful received i HAIR HEALTH If You Have Scalp or Hair Trouble Take Advantage of This Offer Ve could not afford to endorse Rex allh93 Hair Tonic and continue to sell it as we do if it did not do all we claim it will Should our enthusiasm carry us away and Rexall Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users they would lose faith in us and our state ments and consequence our business prestige wouldsnffer We assure you that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally tall out or if you haVe any scalp trouble Rexall 93 Hair Tonic will promptly eradicate dan druff stimulate hair growth and pre yant premature baldness Our faith in Rexall 93 Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded if it does not do as we claim Two sizes 50c and 1 00 Sold only at our storeThe Rex all Store Leo Haydon Ding Cp 1llit ++ +tit + iui +i+ I1ril tii4 tittit10 e Iven wa I 1 Will You Take Advantage of This Offer P For Next 3O Days i t We are Going to Give Away Our Profits f 4t tit On each purchase of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks itWhite Goods Laces Embroideries Ginghams Dress h + and Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels it+ NapKins ReadytoWear Waists Silk and tit O Satine Petticoats + t Rugs Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oil Cloth Window Shades Wall Paper Lace Curtains I Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Etc f7 tAfew Ladies Tailored Suits at HalfPriceK A few Mens Suits at HalfPrice Just Received big line Childrens School Shoes at Low Prices tit f J EXTRA SPECIALS CurtainsGo 7Sc 4i Regular 1150 Ljice Curtains Go for Per 1 00 Regular225 Lake Curtains 4 I Go for Per Paii 1 50 4F o + No at + 4fr V W t wT t tft tfti ft tii t i tir +tit t 4 4 V 4 r J 4 + f+H TEXAS and Mrs Robert Milto visited relatives at Mackville J C Gordon and family moved to their new home in Sprmgfi ld last week Mr Wilson who is making nis at Decatur Ills visited at the home ot his father T E Wilson last week Mrs J D Peterson and little niece Golden Peterson will spen the week at French Lick Springs Ind The Misses Hollingssee i of Louisville are visitors at the h une of Mrs Fannie Whayne Mrs Bertha Turner returned to her home at Mackville Satu day after a weeks visit to her Mrs W C a number from t ere attended the at Leban n last week Misses Bessie and Nan y Jocanoug her a nc mber of their friends at their beautiful ountry home Swiss Curtains with ruffle Go for per pair Calicoes per yard SC Hope per yard g 13C Goods Charged Above Prices + The RQBERTSONCLAYBROOKE INCORPORATED GOO fSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rfirfi W ftj W Mr Wednesday James home sister RoweQuite Chautauqua entertained quite S9c Cotton Saturday night Mrs C F Adkinson is with her daub ter Mrs Joe Newton who is quite ill Mr Robert Brady and family of Pleasant Grove were at the home of W C Royce Sunday Kev R L Purdom filltid his regular appointedment Mackville Sunday Mesdames Clay Brady and R L Pur dum visited the latters daughter Mrs W B Wilham of near Lebanon Thurs day Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS t A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed Address Pres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky Mr Morgan Arnold and family of Boyle County visited the formers brother R L Arnold Sunday Mr and Mrs George Warren Miss Addie Warren and Master Verner Warren ot PerryVille visited the formers daughter Mrs R T Milton Sunday Mrs Margaret Kimberlm returned home Saturday after a few days vwit to her daughter Mrs Nat of near Lebanon amJ1beUl Saved at Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to itBridgederfully savedHI was in a dreadful condition he writes my skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coat ed emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulled me down to death im spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me 1 nowIPublic GoodsISaturday July 16 at 3 p m I will sell at public auction on the above date next door to Boswells Livery Stable till that is remaining of my Household Goods consisting MattingsWindowShadesBowls Screens Bed Clothes Water Set Kitchen ware and many other articles HARRY SHADER Dipping Tanks Pumps y r PIumbingir1 Guttering and 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 attentkni r I THE i j SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 13 19foi f For The Comfort Ii Of The Horse I The above illustration shows how horses msfy have sound ishoulders and necKs even when doing the heaviest work ciNopressure on the upper and lower points of the bone consequently Ino sores sweenies or collar boils All the pressure is placed on the thick muscular portion of the shoulder where nature Pressure applied at any other place is an injury to the intendedI you have theprinciple on which the collar is built Pressure in the proper place and in the proper manner I3 Call and let me show you and explain how and why Iit protects your horses ih Geo J BegemannIr OLD RUBE the faithful old horse at the depot will show you his Isl J appreciation of this collar l + 5JrwWNi thtl StatetnertIi Peoples Deposit Bankr KYt1ftlr AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1910 V V RESOURCES roans and Discounts 30636605 562634iBanking House 500000 Cashon hand and due from Bank 43193 19 360 18558 V LIABILITIES 5900000SnjndrvideH Profits 2844 08 Tax EuridL 66752 Individual Depositd 27567398 36018558 l earnings undivided 1002787I dividend cent3Q0000P- aid undivided THURMAN BOULEWARE McCHORD Chr Fredericktown Picnic tHe Shady Grove r OfHoly Trinity Church AT FREDERICKTOWN Saturday July 30 lIQ OJThp ople of Fredericktown ale to thered on this occasion for the best the banner picnic of section IMusic IvOiiisvilletrained Band and FirstClass Picnic rt There be raffles and absolutely begging allowed all must have 4 GOOD ORDER AS USUAL WILL ENFORCED THe Committee oeOOOeoeoooeoeOOOOD t Sips May Deceive I and advertisements mislead Some 2 clothes does the same thing It looks all right on the outside but the hid soImuch depends may be all wrong weiIttUprare as carefully looked 5 as the outside That means perma g Rgflfe of good shape and good long oyerO2 Gniiidy McIntire l OI oOaa ae A Gross six months Bal profits Jan 1910 919351094722 Disposed of as follows Paid No 41 6 per expense taxes 442562 Paid Tax Fund 66752 Hat profits 2844081094722 GEO D KOBERTSONJ Pres 1 H VicePres J A Cashier W C Jr iAsst In f I determined break p fKV ord and this by a a Dinner will no no but a good time r BE f f f d o Q O l 1 O after auad O f 1 0000000000000 You Il be o RigHt in It IIf you come to this drug store for 0 your batn room ana toitet requisite We have the finest kind of toileiT soaps powders creams waters etc 2 Make the bath a delight shaving a O pleasure All kinds of brushes o sponges etc too Have a look and W have a customer LEO HAYDON 5 THE PRESCRIPTION STORE a OOOODOOOOOOOO a DEEP CREEK Mrs Mollie Coyle spent last week with herson Woodsie Coyle at Jenson townMiss Alma Elliott spent last Tuesday night with Miss Janie Miss Hattie Carpenterspentla few days with Mrs Lettie Russell at Long weekoRev will begin a protracted meeting at Beech Grove church onthePthof August Rev Roddy of iHarrodsburg will assist him W B Elliott is getting along nicely with the new schoolhouse and will soon complete the job Miss Grace Cocanougher was at Jen kinsville last Monday afternpon Miss Maggie Coyle spent last week with her sister Mrs Vallie Millburn Mr and Mh Martin Mathley spent one day last week with Coleman Math ley of Pleasant FunfMr and Mrs Bob Hatchett dined with Mr and Mrs Martin Mathley last Sunday Miss Ella Yankey ot Lebanon was a welcome guest at the home of Mr and Mrs J D Yarikey last week Mr and Mrs J S Coyle and Mrs Laura Best spent last Sunday with Mrs Lucinda Blacketer Miss Sadie Coyle spenflast Monday afternoon with Mrs Amy CarpenteI Misses Nannie and Flora Key spent Tuesday afternoon with Misses Maggie and Sadie Coyle Mr and Mrs Otho Burns and little daughter Lula were welcome guests of Mr and Mrs W lL Elliott recently Grover and Woodsie Elliott were in Perryville Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter and sons Reid and Wallace were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bob Reynolds Monday lastMrs Corda Williams of Texas was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W H Elliott last Friday Miss Susie Elliott has returned home after spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Cordy Wilkinson of East Texas Mr and Mrs Oda Coyle spent last Friday with Mr and Mrs Bin Coyle Miss Kattie Carpenterspent last Wednesday night and Thursday with Mrs Lettie Russell A Bargain Farm Of 420 acres fine Shelby and Oldham County land on pike four miles south of Beards on L 8 N Electric Line 200 acres blue grass about 85 acres overflow bottom balance fine upland in cultivation no wasteland a finestock wheat corn or tobacco farm no better in the corn belt of Kentucky a well built two story seven room dwelling and out buildings three barns three tenant houses fairlr good fencing plenty of water known as the Forward farm Terms liberal Address or call Morgan Yewell Agent- Bardstown Ky lFORC t t Horace Whats your fathers bust ness my bo- yBoyE asnt got er business HoraceImean what does he work at BoyE doesnt work es a police man L CYJLIZEJ JC TAe ireEn vd foritJ andtersoral- ro F a J1J ae- iruliukl lIIJ tress Civilization IJteUse ofOur Work rlsJneasCpJWe See our Samples of Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations Monogram Paper e1- cThe Springfield Sun WlJUlVU11W by W IISPRTEETH PainorDanrcr Done in this office is firs I andjust I EaOver McElroy Shaders Grocery1 Qoooooooooo oe 0 j Personal Notes Ip tt aRoundo Personal NewsO0 o o oooo o OQad Miss Mary Bruce Hurst of B rds 1IndLouisville were here Thursday Mr and MrsR H EdeW ofj LOu- isville spent Sunday with Miss Carrie delen Miss Margret Jones of Louisville is the guests of Miss Roxie Price Messrs 1 athen Simms and Will Robertson sp nt Sunday in Louisville IMiss Mar ret Haydon has returned a visit to Miss Mary pald inc at Bardstown Misses Marie Kuhn and IjotHe Simms are visiting relatives in Bards town Mrs John Smith and daughter Fannie B are the guests of relatives at Holy Cross Miss FannieK Smith visited friends in Lebanon last week Misses Margaret and Ellen Simms and their visitor Miss Marv Elizabeth Carroll were guests of Mrs Heff Rubel last week Miss Margaret Robertsonis visiting friends in LouisvillejMiss Mary Elizabeth Carroll has returned to her hom Louisville after a visit to Misses Margaret and Ellen Simms Misses Lei Roberts and Mary Noe will leaye the last of the week to visit Miss Sue Anna Hayes at Mt Zion Mr and Mrs C W Hagan of Leb IcHagan=Bernard Hughes of Lebanon visit ed friends here Sunday jMessrsOwensboro are visiting relatives here Charlie Wathen of Lebanon was here Saturday on business Miss Francis Wise of Memphis Tenn is the guests of Miss Marie Barber x Miss Wilhelmine Hertline of Lou isville is visiting her sister Mrs Mike Fitzgerald Mrs W K Robertson has returned home otter a visit to Mrs W FI Rogers of Louisville Miss Clara McClellan has returned from a visit to Mrs M H Jones in Louisville Miss Pauline Atkinson of Louisville is the guest of Mrs W Ltc Clellan h r Mr and Mrs R H Edelen of Lou isville visited here Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Bishop spent a few days in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs W RNSelecmah have returned home from Harrodsbing Miss Annie Cooper of Louisville who has been here fqr the past three months will return to her home the latter part of the week =Miss Ella McAteej of Cincinnati is visiting her sister Mrs Mrs Tresa Hagan Mr and Mrs F C Peters visited relatives in Lebanon last week Mr and Mrs W T McMillan are visiting relatives in Illinois Mrs W F Trusty and children are spending a few days at New Hope this week Misses Fannie and Della Smith spent Monday and Tuesday at Loretta Frank Smith of Bardstown is vis ting his sister Mrs Joe Claybrooke Miss Mary Lampton who has been at the conservatory at Cincinnati has returned home Miss May Bell Gibbs of Shelby yule visited Miss Annie McElroy a few days last week Miss Edith Williams of Louisville has returned home after a visit to Miss Annie McElroy Mr John Wycoff is visiting friends here Mr T Scott Mayes is spending the week at French Lick Springs Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville is visting her parents Mr and Mrs John W Lewis 1t1 N1 l f II Refrigerators IWe have a few Refrigerators in stock IateweIPrices Come and see I j I I Hammocks From 150 to 8 The best Porch Swing on the Market Come and Inspect our line of goOds I LeachmanII Campbells 1FidFurniture Store ISundays Courier Journal cohtained Julyl9Mrannounced the marriage of their daughter Lucie Eugene to William C Mc Chord Jr to take place July 20at their home in Springfield After the wed ding the youngpeople will start on an extended trip To Mammoth Cave July 28th fram Springfieinand al mOnlyroutsinplete trip to the great subterranean wonder only 925 One night for promenade or dance Train will be held at Bardstown Junction for connection on return See L R N Agent A Wild Blizzard Raging deatbIto SoreIChms doInotdelay writesAterbeing laid up three weeks with Grip CouJthsColds5Oc100 Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Tell Us ManI Tell us areyou advertising In the same old foolish way That your granddad did before you And persist nIt doesnt pay Think the whole world knows your address Cause it h changed in years Wouldnt the patlosof such logic Drive a billygoat to tears Just a card is all you care for Hidden lonesome and unread Like the sign upon a tombstone Telling folks that you are dead Wake up nan and take a tonic Bunch your hits and make a drive Run a page and change your copy ADVERTISE and keep alive Southern Merchant Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds Fancy Cakes calling us any morn IinS at eleven oclock ii 111 TICK CREEK John Raney of White Oak and Miss quietlyImBorn June 28 to the wife of Alonzo girlThose convention at Mrs Jane Mathleys Charley Hall and mother and sister Lovey Henry Lawrence the misfortune to lose a fine mule recently Miss Ida Lawrence has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and rel atives on Long Run J E Anderson and wife and HM Stumph and family dined with J M Anderson wife Sunday of last week G C Coffey and wife of Happy Hol low were guests of W L Anderson and family Saturday and Sunday of last weekW M Lawrence and wife attended the ice cream supper at Mackville last Thursday night Miss Gladys Gillespie who has been suffering from heart trouble is some better at this writing Miss Ida Haydon made a flying trip- to Springfield recently Mrs W M Milton has returned home after a three weeks visit to French Lick Her health is not much improved- J OMilton and wife T G Stumph family dined with S T Stumph and family Sunday week Ed Brady and wife were the guests of Ben Haydon and wite Sunday evening of last week wIthIThe Misses Waters of Louisville are andInie Brftton attended church at Bethle 0IBerry Anderson returned home one diy last week from Louisville Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more j safe through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills in Constipation Bilious ness Dyspepsia Indigestion LIver troubles Kidney Diseases and Bowel Disorders Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at Rebertsons t YOU CAN GET of were had and and and TELEPHONE x 69J And your order will be promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of out GRAPE JUICESaf i i 1 I SERIAL STORY r cAn Heirto t1illion I By Frederick Reddalet- Xuthor if The Other cTWan etc niottrmtioM by Ray Walters Copyright by J B Lipplncott Co I SYNOPSIS mllUonalrattorney to draw up a will leaving all hjs whombeWhose name even he is ignorant Andy Inbletel in which he struck her He learned afterward that she and his daughter were toad CHAPTER I Continued Well thats ony right The money kem out o old Nevady let her have It back agin But iot till youve raked allcreahn with a finetooth comb to find Mattiesboy Whom will you name as executors or trustees Must you hve em Meleen an swered anxiously an though the func tionaries referred to were of a species noxious and undesirable Undoubtedly they are necessary evilsrMeleen frowned In perplexity It seemed as though It were costing him far more trouble to leave his money behind him than it tad beeu to amass it and guard it during his eventful life Cant you fellers act he inquired dubiously at lengthyou fellers uv dlcatlng Mr Carboy and his partners Certainly if you wish it Two will be sufficient Suppose we say IJr fcaseavant and myself With a gesture as of one wearied with the whole subject Meleen gig nified ssent Then as the lawyer rose to go indoors he said Fix it up Quick Carboy Immortal tired By this time the sun had Set behind the western wall of mountains and Evan appeared to wheel his master within But the tough old fellow de murred Halt his nights had been spent in the open air with only the starry canopy for a tent Now that the end was near he dreaded the crib bed and cabined confinement of four walls So a lantern was brought and hung to the rafters of the porch Where its dimradlnce could not In terfere with thaipiercing gaze which to the last roamed lovingly over the mountain prospect One two hours passed and save for the steady harshly rhythmical crunchcrunch of the stamps the town below was strangely quiet Every soul therein knew that the mastermind in the hillside eyrie was passing away hushed were the usual sounds of rude revelry and wide open license it was felt to be a fateful night for the town of Meleen At length Mr Carboys task was done A table was carried on to the porch by lanternlight the will was read to the testator who turned his eyes to meet those of the lawyer In mute approval when the reading was ended Then lifted and supported by old Evan he affixed his uncouth and sprawling signature the witnesses fol lowed and the deed was done which bequeathed a princely fortune and a royal revenue towhom Next morning Andrew Meleen was found lifeless in bed his gnarled and knotted features composed in a peaceful almost ecstatic smile Perhaps he has found Minna mused the lawyer with humid eyes as he stood by the side of his strange client CHAPTER IL In an oldfashioned sitting room in an antiquated brick house in that unfash ionable quarter of downtown New York formerly known as Greenwich Village there sat one autumn evening a young couple both of whom were exceedingly good to look upon To the judicious observer it would have been apparent from their atti tude and bearing each towards the other that they were something more than mere friends yet less than man and wife In fact they were con tented and happy dwellers in that do lectable borderland known as Being Engaged Thegirl was fairly tall of stature bru fcett as to complexion with a wealth of fine and glossy dark hair which rippled and Waved around a small but shapely head and above a witchingly feminine forehedd white and broad and low Her eyes were of a very steadfast dark gray set widely apart giving on0 the impression of quiet re oseaJ1dooljudgment A firm chin above a strong and supple throat made h r Mobk older and more womanly than her years really warranted Sue was busied with one of those tSelof needlework which keep the fingers busy without curbing ones tongue and at the same time serve to display to admiring and even co fuittiijh advantage a very Rha ely r wrist and haaa Yet ereu the dearest of her feminine friends would never have Insinuated that Eunice Trevecca was the least bit of a coquette In deed it needed but a glance into the depths of those quiet gray eyes to convince you that that here was a ni ture tender and true as that of the Douglas himself So at least thought young Wilfrid Stennis who sat opposite to her and who certainly enjoyed the best op portunities in the world for knowing He was a pleasant wholesome lad fair and florid with light goldenbrCwn hair and mustache slim and with slightly stooped shoulders A rather weak face on the whole one might say though perhaps this was partly owing to a rather querulous droop of the mustache which barely veiled the sensitive mouth a beard would better have hidden a chin which was far too pretty fqr any mere man Had you guessed him to be a clerk or a bookkeeper you would not have been far astrayone of those men who make exceedingly valuable and faithful servants but very poor masters As to character he was neither better nor worse than thousands of other youngsters who start out in life in some downtown office or store at 3 a week the goal of whose ambition is to earn fifteen hundred or two thousand dollars a year to marry some pleasant girl settle down in a Harlem flat or a little oneofarow house over in Brooklyn raise a small family get along on a couple of new suits of clothes each year with a eemiocr casional visit to the theater Ln winter and an outing on Saturday afternoons at Coney island or Rockaway Not a wildly hilarious Ot thrilling ex istence it may be granted yet there are hundreds and thousands of such mengentlemanly and refined neither very strong nor very weak not vicious nor conspicuously virtuous but who In a paraphrase of the old Shorter Catechism are piously or me chanically doing their duty In that state of life to which It has pleased the Almighty to call them It is of kindred stuff that the average citi zen is made Even to such men strange dreams may corne4ond and foolish visions of wealth and power hopeless of realization mayhap yet nevertheless frequently prompted by certain Innate or Inherited cravings for the good things of this life which only money can procure and for4he enjoyment of which they feel a yeaVning and an infinite capacity If only they had the chance Oh Its a ysplendld thing to be rich Wilfrid was even then saying to EunlceN ust think of what a man could do if he were really in ppsses tOh Its a Splendid Thing to Be Rlchl sion of more money that he knew how to spend I dont mean a paltry hun dred thousand dollars butwell say twenty or thirty or even fifty millions t Why stop there put in Eunice With a quizzing little smile Why not say a hundred millions at once and be certain of having enough Because for practical purposes twenty millions would be ample said he The Income from that should be let me seedoing a rapid sum in mental arithmetic over half a million a year Well and what would you do with it Wilt if you had it 1 questioned Eunice willing to humor his fancy Wilfrid drew a long breath and lay back in his chair In the first place Id build me a city house tight hero in New York on the east side of the park or else at Riverside and a country place somewhere up the sound or on Long Island near the water Id want to live In the city not more than three or four months in the year Then Id have a yachtnone of your smoky greasy teakettles but a sweet smelling fastsailing schooner fit to go around the world and Id sail her myself too There would be horses for riding and driving with perhaps a fourinhand coach Best of all I could travelsouth in winter of course but Id see the world Lwndon Paris Berlin Italy the pictures the statues and the libraries Oh Id go everywhere and do everything even to a little gaming at Monte Carlo nothing wicked or vulgar about It all you know but the utmost enjoyment in a refined way and all the experi ences that money could give The girl smiled at his boyish enthusiasm nor did she evince any pique or annoyance becausq Eunice TrSvecca was somehow left out of the picture It was all mere die talk of course Wilfrid was not r ally unhappy or discontented he ha i a good position with nine hundred a year and they were to be marrle In the springYou certainly could give some of our American nabobs a few lessons on how to be happy though r chy she smilingly commented Ith soften seemed to me that our redly rich leeR do not get bait as much our of life as they might Of courae they dont assented Wilfrid dogmatically Why look at me he rambled on Im only half baked never had any education to speak of had to keep my noso to the grindstone all my life as you know there were always two ways for evejy dollar to go as long as mother wts alive on account of her many years of hopeless illness but in spite of my few opportunities Ill bet I could show some of those fellows how to enjoy their wealth Of course you could Eunice agreed with a loving womans fatu ous fondness and indulgence for the man she has promised to marry But well be just as happy without the money wont we Wilf Not a doubt of itI he exclaimed starting to her side bending over her and pressing his lips to her shining coils of hair Why possessing you and your love dearest Im the richest fellow in New York today She tilted back her head to look into his eyes as he gazed fondly down into hers Thats the way I love to bar you npeak she murmured Money can not buy some things in this world Wilt a truism whlth was sealed In a very expressive and satisfactory manner by the naturally ardent Wil fridEunice though very well educated and refinedin England she would have been described as above her station mydearwas only one remove from a woman herself and had no foolish or unpractical longings As housekeeper for her stepfather John Treeccaher mother she could not remember she was beyond the necessity of earning her own living but Trevecca himself was but a foreman in some iron works up on Tenth avenue So to Eunice the prospect of marrying so present abl a young fellow as Wilfrid Sten nis both of them being vert much In love with each other seemed the acme of good fortune leaving noth- Ing to be desired of the Fates And though Wilf was her senior by some four yearshe was twentyeight the girl was really the elder In point of steady principle and cool sober judgment In tact Wilf as she often acknowledged to herself was rather boyish sanguine mercurial easily di But she loved hlft for these very qual ities some women mother their husbands before the children arrlve to keep their affections busy When old John Trev cca came In coatless and bringing with him a strong iaroma of cut Cavendish for he had been smoking his pipe with some cronies on the front porch as they still call the house entrance up Green wIck way the light of Wilfrids rosy visions had not yet died out of his eyes There was even an atmosphere of suppressed excitement in the home ly room which caused the old man Ho look shrewdly at Eunice Iti there were anything amiss between the lovers Trevecca knew he would find in the girls face But apparently all sereneWilf been telling me what he Intends to do with all his money when he gets to be very rich she said smilingly Thats easy spending said Tre vecca sinking heavily Into a chair Therejs more money got rid of that way a year thand pave IT York wi dollars But lets hear abart It lad he added Oh it was just foolish talk said Wilfrid on whose late enthuslasm the blunt words of his prospective fa therinlaw were like a bucket of cold water on a bonfire- Nevertheless as he walked home to his lodgings on Washington square the exaltation of the earlier evening still clung to him and as he swung along in the clear crisp autumn night his step was jaunty his head held high and he was potentially as rich as he was actually poor To such a man as Wilfrid Stennis uneducated as the college world counts learning but eager receptive possessing an eye for beauty and for color with a love for music an un formed omnivorous appetite for books and an instinctive shrinking from the sordid and the mean the- bonds of even respectable poverty are apt to prove especially galling Like Bella WilIer he realized totho full what It meant to be beastly poor miserably poor What wonder then that his longings his aspirations his day dreams were centered about that wealth he so often saw others abusing or mis using or keeping napkintied Not for the misers greed of possession but for the gratification of the best that was in him did he long for money heaps and heaps of It Overnight day dreams fortunately come cheap and they leave no dark brown taste In the mouth The next morning when Wilfrid Stennis went downtown to the Front treet store he was again the prosaic and method ical young entry clerk No one would have suspected him of secret yearn ings for fast horses a faster yacht and a little flutter around the tables hospitably maintained by the prince of Monaco TO BE CONTINUED ISexes Divided In CrCIi the separation of the exes seems to nave been formerly by 10 means an uncommon practice in th Church of Englaml In fact Edward VIs prayer book specially mentions that at the commun n the men shall on ne side and the women 05 the otherV The papers of a church in Westmoroltmd include elaborate dl rections for th division of the sexes at ifa services Give your children pretty names t there are more than enough ugly one 1alreadr + i t + t 101110+ It I t II+ + H MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED ROM ALL i KENTUCKYj + rt1 H + XGOES VIOLENTLY INSANE Col Wattersons Son Believed to Be Suffering from Religious Melancholia Saugertiej N YEwlng Wattersori eldest son of Watterson editor of the LoulJv1ll CourierJournal who has been suffering from an affection of the mind for several years became violently indane and shot and mortally wounded Michael J Martin proprietor of the Market Street hotel Watter son ran up he street waving his pis tol wildly and firing at every one who crossed hisj path He was pursued by friends of Mar tin several of Whom had guns which they fired at Watterson none of the shots taking effect Watterson was finally oveitaken and captured by a policeman Young Watterson owns a farm about five miles froth Saugerties where he lives with his wife and three children Martin was surprised when Watter son walked into the corridor of the hotel New YorkHenry Watterson re ceived the first news of his sons trouble at the Manhattan club where he makes his home when inNew York He said that he and Mrs Watterson had been expecting trouble from Ew ing for years That was our only fear said Col Watterson He was thought to have been partially insane for a long time His mother and I have for a long time believed him to be Insane but we have thought he was harmlessly so It has been one of those sad cases of reli gious melancholia and his symptoms were extreme sensitiveness and a disposition to Imagine himself offended and insulted for little or no cause He has suffered from this religious mania for hree or four years thatqole Itor has suffered through his sons within two years Harvey W Watter son a younger son was killed in November in ins through a strange ac cident He fell from the nineteenth floor of the Trust Co of the North America building at No37 Wall street In a manner that was never explained NARROW ESCAPE Women Entering Cellar With Light Caused Explosion Lexington KYMrs Bettie Lanck art and daughter Susie had a narrow escape from death In a peculiar manner During the heavy rain Mrs Lanck art heard water rushing Into the cellar under her residence and with her daughter went with a lighted lamp breconnoiter There was some carbon in the cellar which had been submerged by the water This formed a gas somewhat like mine damp and as soon as the women entered with the lamp there was an explosion Both women were stunned and bad ly burned about the head and face The noise of the explosion however attracted Mr Lanckart and others and the women were rescued PROMINENT BONIFACE DEAD Frankfort KyPat OBrien the proprietor of the Frankoft hotel died at his roomJ in the hotell after an Ill ness that lasted for many months His first serious illness was early last fallHe had some serious kidney trou ble that could not be cured and after several attacks about two weeks ago his condition became so serious that physicians gave up all hope He had been a resident of Wood ford county for several years before he moved to Frankfort and took charge of the Frankfort hotel and made for himself an enviable reputa tion for honesty and square dealing In all his business ventures He is survived by his wife and two Hons His uncle Peter King to whom he was very devoted died a few days ago In Now York The funeral was in Louisville MIddiestoroCIaud Cornett son of Judge A Cornett of Harlan county and a brotherof the Hon D B Cor nett secretary of the railroad com from the effects of an operation for appendicitis Mr Cor nett was a young man 18 years old CROPS HOW UP WELL lnsvme Ky Rainy weather prevented wheat thrashing except In a few favored localities Had It not been for the rains the larger part of the crop In this county would have been thrashed by now Reports Indicate that the quality of the grain will be excellent but fears are entertained comparativelylight Corn hay oats and other growing crops show un well and will develop under the favorable con diU we especial luxuriant rilOats SHELTON M SAUFLEY New Secretary of the Kentucky Press Association and Editor of the Interior Journal Stanford Ky DISTRIBUTES ACTS State Librarian Kavanaugh Relieves Inconvenience Experienced Throughout State Frankfort Ky Much inconve nience which has been experienced in the courts which have been in seSe slon over the state during the last few weeks on account of lack of copies of the acts of the last legislature will now be done away with for copies of the acts were sent out to every coun ty clerk and senator and representa tive in the stat Frank Cavanaugh state librarian had been getting scores of letters and telegrams asking for copies of the acts but was unable to supply the demand on account of delay on the part of the printers The acts were sent out and were In the hands of the cotinty clerks early this Week On account of the radical changes made in many of the old laws especially in the administration of the criminal laws lack of copies of the acts caused inconvenience LONG LIFE ENDS The Hon W F Bond Dies in Law v rcnceburg Lawrenceburg KyThe Hon Wile Ham F Bond one of Anderson coun tys oldest citizens died here from a complication of diseases He was born here September 23 1826 and lived here all of his life He joined the celebrated Salt Riv er Tigers the heroes of Buena Vista and fought throughout the Mexican warIn 1S712 he represented Anderson county in the state legislature Tn 1849 he was marrtl to Miss Susan Hanks 11 children bng born to them ten of whom are living Funeral services were held at his home after which he was interred in the Lawrenceburg cemetery The Commonwealth I Louisa KyTwo girls aged about 15 years were drowned in Big Sandy river at Warfield Ky One was a daughter of John Ferguson They were boat riding and the boat was upsetI ItLebanon KyMrs Eusebia Phil lips aged 73 years wifeot the late J Gl Phillips died at her home here of a complication of troubles She had been in poor health for some time and recently suffered a severe attack ol pneumonia Frnklin1KJ D Roberson re a message from British Colum bia announcing the death of his broth erinlaw W S Sullivan who left this section thirteen years ago for Alaska The remains were shipped to Macon county Tennessee his old home for burial S 11tSterling KYWashing rains here n Montgomery county caused heavy damage A trestle on the Ken tucky S A railroad was washed out and trains could not make a trip Housed were inundated along Hlnk ston creek and mills lost heavily in lumber washed off Louisville Ky When Page Hines aged 2t attempted to enter the homo of his fiancee Mrs Anna Corhin a pretty widow at 307 West Broadway It is alleged he was assaulted by Ralph Campbell aged 35 He died from his injuries half an hour later CampbcU made good his escape Louisville KStepping Into the bathroom door to prepare for a bath Carl the eightyearold son ofE F Higgins of this city was attacked by a burgar and would probably have suffered serious injury at the hands ofithe had it not been for the presence of mind of his sixyearold br ther Edwin who hearing the cries of his brother ran for his mother Thp burglar escaped r Henderson The fruit growers di Henderson county formed an organ- Ization hero with thirty members far thei purpose of promoting and studying the best method of growica caring for and marketing fruits A temporary organisation was perfected with George T Baldwin as president andW A Sandefur as secretary Owensboro KyWill Hafley aged 4Jyears a farmer was drowned in Green river near Liver nore The body was recovered and taken to Island for buriatHis wife and three children survive Hafler ws itst sees in a skiff rq TUMOR OF YEARS6ROWTII Removed byLydia E Pink hamsVegetable Compound Holly Springs MissUWords are Inadequate for me to express what icines iimme I had operationimitsi toyouforadviceand began to take Lydia ill E PinkLami Veg fc stable Compound iliiiljg as you told me to II do am glad to 1 51 that now I look and feel so well that my friends keep asking me what has helped me so much and I gladly recommend Qur CompoundMRsWILLDIEDWAlIDS One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E Knkhams Vegetable Com pound is the conquering of womans dread enemytumor If you haTe ulceration or displacement dont wait for time to confirm your fears and go thrOUgh the horrors ahospital operation but try LydlaE Plnkhams Vegetable compound at once For thirty years Lydia E Hnkhami from roots andherbshasbeenthestandardremedy for female ills and such unquestionable testimony as the above proves value of this famous remedy and should give everyone confidence IfyouwonJdJikespecialadvlce about your case write a confiden tial letter to Mrs Pinkham atLynn Mass Her advice is zree and always fcelpfuL YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT IT Its a county seat In center of Rio Grando Volley and irri- gaUon railroad canals court house bank schoo- lbrlckbnstnesshouses People needed to build lit Kreatresourcesrichenongbtomakeyourich Write for Sookiet H quick Ckap1 Townilt c Tu U afflicted with W IoreeyosnseI Thompsons Eye asr INCOMPETENT t c r Mww tfareOldSnail got his boy alposition last week and he only held A it one day r IiMrsWhen Father Helped The fond father held the mantis script while his son practised the ora tionShall we permit the ruthless hand of the hydraheaded tyrant cried Uxa youthUtototowell what is JO The father was wrestling with the manuscript Oh yes he muttered here it is to dessicate Goon Its desecrate cried the boy in dignantly S a1iwe permit the ruthless hand of the hydraheaded tyrant to desecrate thethetheJ P why dont you prompt me The father was staring hard at the manuscript Thethe poodle paddle poodle um of our liver ties he stammered v uIts the palladium of our liberties roared the boy Gimme thatiV paperIll say it meself And he stalked away angrily Its the things we dont get that we should sometimes be most thank ful for A Pleasing Combination Post S Toastieswith Adding strawberries or any kind of fresh or stewed fruitt makes a delicious summer dish The crisp goldenbrowij bits have a most delightful flavoura fascination that appeals to the appetite The Memory Lingers Sold by Grocers Pkgs lOc and 15c1j POSTUM CEREAL CO LTD Battle Creek Mich t t L Deaf and Dumb and Blind By PAUL CALVIN ANDERSON Copyright 1910 by Associated Literary Press When the tide is out at Palm Beach hundreds of hotel guests walk- up and down the hard wet sands Others speed up and down In their au tos Others still sit on hired chairs and gaze out seaward and imagine they can hear the songs of mer maids On a certain day in the present twentieth century Philip Gillett was among those who walked He was a young man at the beach with ills mother and sister and his occupation when at home In New York was preparing himself for architecture He did that mostly by looking at one or two skyscrapers a day from the out side and spending 500 per week al lowed by his father It was his fa youngmannever had been an architect In the Gillett family and he wanted one He had a manor house and he wanted a hennery built and he wanfedpto pcifiat toft after It was finished and set A Gillett did that Oh this particular day Philip Gillett x had toothache and he set out to walk It oft His sister had told him to hold a wad of cotton saturated with peppermint essence in his mouth and to keep his mouth shut He thought a good deal of his sister and he was obeying her Toothache affects a person pecu givesjtimwants to stand on the beach and see a dentist drown In the sea He isnt to blame but everybody else is And What made young Mr Gillett crosser still was the fact that he had to chew cotton and keep his mouth shut It was not dignified It was taking un due advantage of a fellow Among those who motored that day were Miss Edna Blair and Miss Kitty Waldron girl chums They were in Resorted to More Peppermint Miss Kittys auto and she was run ning it herself After getting out of the crowd and heading up the shore they saw a young man half a ahead of them He was scuffing alon ontho hard track and was in their path The honk hbnk was sounded but he paid no attention Hewanted to be run over atfd have that achin tooth smashed out The autmobile passed him withi two feet and in spite of himself he gave a Jump and swallowed the peppermint soaked wad of cotton He then had to produce more cotton and more peppermint for his aching tooth Mr Gllletts walk had extended two miles when he sat down on a hum mock and resorted to more pepper mint His sister was right it began to have a soothing effect He bega to feel glad that he was alive an away from the snow heaps of New York ltyJust then he caught sight of the au p returning As it drew near he saw that Miss Edna was passably good looking and tha Miss Kitty Waldron was more so The auto was aiming to pass him within K few feet but that was all right He reasoned that the girls desired a nearer view of the young man whom the had so frightened and he was righ about it They didnt seem to se Lim of course but that was false pretenseAnd that fate stepped in The auto was exactly opposite Philip an inch and exactly six feet and one Inch and a half away when a front tire exploded with a bang Two young ladies screamed The auto ran wild until half burled in the sand The young man was blown over on his back by the concussion and swal lowed his wad of cotton for the second time in an hour He would have been less than hu man if he hadnt arisen with a face t as red as paint and cross all the Wa through He grabbed for his bat an might have gone running over the sand dunes had not a sweet and plaintive voice reached his ears Oh sir pleane do help us We leave bursted a tire Yes he would help As a gentleman he must do so but he made up his mind to do no more That is he wouldnt speak a word to those girls They had fed him on cotton so to JPeu and he would have his e revenge He advanced and raised his hat They he Inspected the tire- I hope you were not hit by one of the flying pieces said Miss Kitty is her most ingratiating manner No reply Will we have to walk back to the hotel No answereYou see we have a spare tire hereNo answer Mr Gillett owned an auto himself fir fact his mother and sister were down the beach in it at that very moment He knew all about tires He took the jock from its plaJeantJ without motioning the girls to de scend he went at it and had the tire replaced inside of 12 minutes He might have done it in ten except for overhearing such observations as- Say Edna ha must be deaf Yes deaf as an old tin pan And he hasnt spoken a word DC you think hes also dumb He looks itPoor young man Its Just aful Hes got considerable style abouj himOh I dont know Wasnt it lun ny to see him go over on his bSck If his hat hadnt blown off hed have swallowed itHush you bad girl Ill tell you what he is Hes a professor in some deaf and dumb school And he owns an auto too See how handy he IB I wish we Badnt frightened him so If we had scared him worse he might have got his voice and hearing back Think what it would be to mar ry a deaf and dumb man Aro you going to thank him 1 Not in words but Ill Just look my thanks As Mr Gillett finished and stood back and raised his hat the thanks were duly looked and the autc whizzed along He followed at a slow pace The toothache was all gonCt- tbut he had been humiliated He had been made to Jump aside like a kan garoo he had been blown flat on his back he had been made to swal low wads of cotton he had almost been called names to his very face No wonder he wouldnt speak to his sister for an hour after getting back to the hotel and that his mother laid her maternal hand on his locks and said Philip I hope vou wont go into a decline as your grandfather did at this very place There is fate and there is revenge Fate had come revenge had to wait a day or two Then the sister came running to Phi11pIOh PhftK she exclaimed Ive met Just the nicer girl you ever saw Shes stopping at tfifesRoyal Ive in vited her to take a spia ig the au to and you are to be chauffeur I want you to meet her As the aching tooth bad gone out ot business and the world looked rosy again Philip consented though entirely to please the sister They dif fered on the girl question- It was only when they had rolled around to the hqtel and picked up their passenger that Mr Philip Gil lett would have swallowed a whole 1tbeenlhandy hergMr Gillett tried to say things and Miss Waldron did likewise and the bothgGillettnup of the veranda she turned to him to saySir have you any explanations to make I have and will call this evening to make them The explanations must have proven satisfactory as an auto ride became a thing of daily occurrence thereaft closeddaround her brothers neck and murmured Oh Phil Im so gladso gl dI eachtother and now you A Spanking Chair Although the whipping post is a thing of the past the principle In re judicioustders in enforcing good behavior upon some of the worst offenders brought before the Juvenile court A spanking chair has been eat pp- in the basement of the juvenile home- at Columbus 0 and Ellsha Searls was the first to oCCUpy it He prom ised to be good for all time when he had been given a good dressing and he was instructed to relate his experi ence to other lads who have An inch nation to be very very naughty The Juvenile court paddle consists of a long leather strap wijde and heavy and It1s bound with felt so that the edges will not cut of Avulse rightdmore humane than a swItch or a slip perand more effective But Lawyers Must Live It is impossible to see the long scrolls In which every contract is included with all their appendages of seals and attestations without won dering at the depravity of those be- Ings of promise by such formal ant public etldencesJohnsoa hL Midsummer Hatsj for the heads of youth and JUST one of that small com of designers who make Paris the top o the world In millinery has given to us these three things of beauty for the summer girl They look so simple And they are in real ity only broadbrimmed leghorn and hemp shapes with plumes and ribbon or flowers and ribbon for garniture But their simplicity is only seeming It Is the result ol a deep study of lines by a gifted artist It Is like the simplicity of a perfectly plain and perfectly fitted tailored coat a thing difficult of achievement These broad brims droop and lift inlinesnot at their own sweet will but by the careful calculation of the mind that planned them They are in deed fitted to the face and head They compel us to note how they silhouette an exquisite profile or point to the dine line of the eyebrows or play up the depth of the eyes or veil half the pretty lace In mystery On the broad brimmed leghorn with black velvet facing a mass of deli cate tulle roses and a curious lily in black velvet are banked against the crown The brim drooping gradually at the left is so wide that it throws the entire profile including the beautiful throat and the neck into high relief The girl who chooses this must possess a profile worth while be cause it will stand out like a stone cameo with such a hat for a back ground The hemp hat covered with oddly mounted uncurled ostrich plumes is of a sort to carry oft the honors at PRETTY FOULARD WAIST This simple waist is of dotted foulard white ground with blue dots It is trimmed on each ideot the front with a band of embroidery in colors borderedwith roljs ol liberty The full front is of white silk voile the collarette and sleeve ruffles are of lace Take Good Care of Your Gloves Gloves are another Item abou- which many do not concern them selves sufficiently A soiled glove looks as badly as a soiled collar yet no one would think of wearing th latter whereas gloves that reek wit dirt and germs are worn with the greatest disregard for appearances and hygiene Fastidious women fin the chamois glove a delightful substi tute for the regular kid as It can b washed when soiled wears as well as any other nnd is much moro comfort able Gloves like stockings should be mended the moment they begin to show wear in fact every garment re quires constant inspection to keep in t condition and always ready for lIP The Delineator 4c the Grand Prix where millinery and horses triumph but mostly millinery It would surely hold Its own In any meeting of those who make dress a study and vie with one another in display Happy the bride or bridesmaid who may indulge herself in its coun terpart It is a hat for high occasion There are four long but not heavy plumes more like a soft mass of snow than anything else in nature There is almost no curl in the long fibers Such a hat never was and never will beout of style The third hat is more distinctly of the season It has a belllike brim with irregular edge and a fairly tall crown Fuor long plumes are mounted at the right Under a bow that is more than large They fall completely over the crown to the left brim One halt the face Is in shadow from the sharp droop of the brim This hat Is almosf universally becoming All these hats are set on the head in the proper position It will be no ticed that the pose is dignified not rakish The crowns are posed as they should be directly on top of the head It is the modeling of the brims that gives each hat its individuality and makes each extraordinary As studies in high art millin ery they must interest everYone Those who would like facsimllps any one of these must consider whether their features are of the same class or not and remember that the rest of the toilette must play up to the hat Such millinery is usefulIfor It Is brimming over with sugIgestions which we will do to followsome of them at a discreet distance JULIA BOTTOMLEY SUMMER BEDROOM IN COLORS Soft Shade of Green One of the Most Appropriate That Can Be Devised A beautiful green room of a summer cottage has been produced with green woodwork In one of the restful sagegreen tints the walls papered a plain cartridge paper with a shadesornature is finished in a forest green stain and the carpet is covered with a green and white rug of fine Joint less matting Sheer white mull cur tains hang at the windows with straightfalling draperies of liberty silk of the same color over them A white porcelain bedroom candlestick four feet high stands at the head of the bed It Is a straight column resting on a square block base the fluted finish outlined in green It holds a large green wax candle at the side of which Is a little holder fora box of matches Other fittings of the room carr out the green and white scheme an 4 as the apartment faces the south th effect has been to temper UBi high light and contribute a restfully subdued tone Black Jewelry to the Fore Black jewelry is threatening a return to extensive vogue Whenever any calamity abroad brings a prom nentpart of the populace into mourn ing black Jewelry is sure to comB remenittell interesting tales of the extent to which the craze went at that time Everybody wore black ornaments and esteemhrobe and has been fora year or more gettingdgeneraeSalt For Freckles If you are troubled with freckles try putting a keaspoonful of salt in a basin of water and bathing the face with it Do this occasionally and seej how quickly they will fads l J Try This This Summer Tho very next trIne youre hot tired fountainandcool you off relieve your bodily aid mental fatigue and quench your thirst delightfully At soda fountains or everywhereDelicious AtlantaGaAbout CocaCola Tells what Coca Cola is and why it is so delicious re freshlrig and thirst quenching And send 2c stamp for the Coca Cola Base 191OContalnstherecords schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball Worm tion compiled by authorities Lightning Rods on the White House The White House is going to have lightning rods They will be put on some time this summer The distin guished occupants Of the mansion past profecteqwill be put on every part of the build ing except the low offices where the president transacts his official busi ness Col Spencer S Colby United States superintendent of public grounds and buildings persuaded Mr Taft that the White House ought to be equipped with the rods and execu tive approval was given The cost will be between 500 and 600Phlla delphia North American A Hibernian Verdict A New Yorker is the happy employer of an aged Irishman who grows eloquent over the woes of the Em erald isle Said the boss Pate the king of England is dead The old man was silent for a moment Then he took off his hat Well he said slowly as a man he was a fine bit of a boy As Eng lishmen go he was as good as yez can make them Aff a king there was nobody on earth as could beat him But still Ill keep me eye on George Childrens Skins Every now and then a childs skin will break out In some kind of a rash and folks think it caught the trouble at school or somewhere away from home Half the time the trouble is caused by the use of Unwholesome yellow soaps for washing clothing They leave the dirt in the goods and make the clothing harsh and irritating to theskin EasyTasktart and is best for childrens clothes and yours too Get it at your grocers The Luggage Question DeLancey Nicoll lawyer is always- a well dressed man and abominates slovenly appearance At the Union club he said of a westerner one day He has come on to New York for a week and I dont believe he has brought a stitch of luggage with him Here Mr Nicoll smiled Unless Indeed he added hes stowed something in the large bags he carries In the knees of his trou sets Dangerous Job Kind LadyHere is a rhubarb pie did you get that armfTired Tlml was a lookout mum Kind Lady Ah a lookout on a steamer and there was a coition Tired Tim No mum a lookout for a secondstory man an de watchman winged me mum Important to others Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children and see that Ifr Bears Life d il Signature of z7 JUM In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Decidedly So HewittAre you sweet on that girl 1 JewettSweet on her The sugar trust isnt in ItInMrs Winslow Soothing Syrup reducenrammattonaltayapaincnre Dont throw kisses my boy deliver them in person D ODDS v IDNEY s It aCfUIinfi WHEELS BUIli7TOpafl Runaoonta etc Write for catalogue and prices BUOB 4SCHEU 400 Cwrt sad fnttnt CluInaH L WESTERN CANADA What Prf skew b WLKae Apittitwrlst Says Abaft It metI WectenaCanadat t the United Bute Feed climatebetterYoU nsrkee t yourI IdpuJP oftheInternational Your vacant land rawbeyondpreeat tloniWe have ojkim the United wJaom10ODOlaltricauwUlenteraDdmaketk Canada thrt year 1909 produced anetber larre barleyInStCattlelz 4 iarmina and n Zmwl ag th e province of lttanrtobaaaYtat- ehewaa and Alberta hehdbyrallwahome for mlllloafl Adaptable soil healthful cli t mate cpIencUd ackoote aaand rood railway deealptiveliterature rUSJlntcmt1sraU GoTsnuaentiaest WiLUAMS Law Bulldlnt Tolede Okie- Usoaadreaa nearest you BEFORE BUYING A FARM Send for my complete list of Ohio farms 243 acres la miles from Portsmouth 0 63 acres bottom 36 acresrolfling land cleared balance second growth timber two houses barn 42x72 other build Ings good B P D and phone grain4landaver farms for sale near Cin cinnati at reasonable price FRANK PI CROWE 331 E Fourth SL ClnclmwU PROOF In tho Morning youllfeelthat millions of peoplebuy use and recommend themBut thats talkyou buy a box nowtake u roofinCASCARETS youll never be without them ASCARETS toe a bX for A weeks Eiget5Cllwill win reduce 1nftamedaairatiaetlp IJtheIlameneee awol1ea mseta- i S ltnt Side Bone or Bone Bhaviablister nalr gone Hone cam Nused S200 a Betontter Horse Book 8 E free RBeduceeveins or muscles heals 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Valley Splendid contract write for booklet B Ter W N U CINCINNATI NCT 281910 RESINOLTHEY IT IS 50 CENTS ALL DRUGGISTS OR SENTDIRECT ON RECEIPT OF PRICE RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD Eczema Erysipehi Herpes Pokes Ivy SeiNe EraftitM Nettle Risk RJagworm Itch CWmj Barm ErytlMm 00000000000090000000000 r otXd oraaeee Yaataurlaaaer teoun s 150 DrlbAi- fairs Professional r a dbeaa seven icnrs commer taapTUaHca capt wwwwwwwwwwww i 1S 4THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY n 1910 i VALLEY HILLr Mr and Mrs W T Moran and E D Kelly and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs H M Goatley Sunday J E Goatley and wife took dinner whMr awl Mrs Thos Reed at Book r+ Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Humphrey and charm ing daughter Miss Katherme of Net- SGH county were rccent callers in this aeetionJas Moran Sr recently purchased t driving horse from Pete Shehan f9r SltS tafromBeedict l25hTatum Brown recentl purchased a bunch of nice hogs from Hunter Goato Ney Miss Virginia Foster of louisvillp entertained a number of her friends at a bounteous supper last Tuesday evenSa ring Several from this place have been atatending the Chautautjua at Lebanon du ring the past week J 0 Hughes and aunt Mrs Willwams of Bloomfield were in Louisville Wednesday oh businessmMisses Pearl and Imogene Goatley were guests of Miss M ttie Tucker of near Frederickstown last weekaEdward Goatley anJ family were guests of relativesnear Booker Sunday Miss Pearl Goatley accompanied by John Tucker attended the Chautauqua Lebanon Thursday T C Tatum was in Louisville last week replenishing his stock pf goods Mrs W N Foster of 808 E Market St Louisville is expected in a few days to spend a month with relatives here Jas Moran Sr had a valuable mare badly cut in some mysterious manner Wednesday Mr and Mrs Thos Baker and Susie fidgerton and brother of Pleasant Grove were entertained by Mrs S E Pi tea on the 4th instIYour a Oriviipg mare entangled ina wire fence last week and as a result she is in a bad mdition but will recover Jas Moran Jr Benedict Clements JeftV Goatley and Pete Shehan were among those who attended the Chau tauqua on the 4th inst from this Edgar Linton and sister of Sciencee HughGoatleyMr and Mrs M Reed entertained number of the younger society set to an elegant suoper Tuesday evening Walter Mann visited friends at Litsey SundayMisses Ruby ONeal and Virginia Foster visited friends in Springfield Saturday and Sunday- J F Head and family of near Spring field were guests of Mr and Mrs W F Maran at Elm Hill Sunday Mr and Mrs Rufus Goodlett visited xelatves at this place Sunday Mrs Amanda Goatley of Sprinerfield visited at the home of W B Ballard 3asttweekMr Mrs Everett Perkins visited Telativesnear Croaks Station last weekend Mr and Mrs Thos Reed Booker were in our midst Wednesday Mrs W S Y Goodlet and charming daughter Miss Valeria of Hardestys visited relatives at this place Saturday Hll Tatum recently purchased four nice steers from J L Moran atJ30 per head Much damage has been done to the bytteG C Donahoe will start his thresh Jhjp machine this week Gilbert is an 4 pert thresher man and all will do well who get him jto do their threshing this season Misses Louise and Thelma Tatum en tertained a number of their friends at a delightful 6 oclock dinner on Wed neday evening in honor of their guest Miss Virginia Beatrice Foster of Lou isville All of those who were in atten lance enjoyed the delicious delicacies to the utmoft after which games of every conceivable nature were indulged in with much gusto Misses Tatum and sfer rendered piano duet that was well received as were a number of numIberswith rh applause Considering that all of Aose present including your correspondent as ah honorary guest were of the junior society circle they put to the blush many of the seniors whet it comes to real fun and pleasure unbounded And let me add by way of paren thesis that the writer ate so much and enjoyed it so well that it took three days to recover from the effects We must acknowledge the Misses Tatum as rifling hostesses arid pleasant enter ers and to them we extend hearty thanks for their kind invitation and wish for them the speedy return of many more 6 oclock dinners Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter dean the system cure constipation and sick head che Sold by all druggists f TktScrn Mi Times 450 Pas 350 I 1ItrajIi 3i25- SiitBuurai COBrterJoornmJ tlMf OADS TYRANNYI Result of the Test That Was Im posed Upon the Lovers By FRANK H SWEET Copyright 7PressMrs Hhrsdeii was away the cook gone without notice and Helen for the first time in her pampered life was obliged to get supper And Ned was coming that very evening to have a lk with her father about somethiug xlup time the meal was ready all ut the tea She packed the filled plat te r aud dishes away into the warming cLi put about a cupful of tea into the teapot father liked strong tea and though the water hadnt reached the Boiling point yet she really couldnt fford to watt so she toured It on turned the flame of the gas stove low nd hurried up tuber room to arrange h receptionitho faced father Ned und the boys ut the supper table Father didnt say uch and didnt seem to have any ap petite Neither did the boys Ned just Jooked at her and well people in lOve- re nut expected to care much about what they eat And then came the solemn moment when father called her into the library where he mid Ned had been closeted for the last half hour Father drew her into his arms looked tenderly atlier and planted a prick ly kiss on her mouth The symptoms were all favorable and lu great relief Helen her around her fa thors neckThus they stood for a tuiuute or two in silent loving em brace lit was a trying moment for Ned looking on with hungry eyes Piually father spoke Now little girl he said yon young people seem to have arranged things to your entire satisfaction and 1 think Its about ime farm to put Iua word several infact to atone for our mothers ab seuce How do you propose to live Helens eyes flew over to Ned who reddened as he said tel have alleady explained tji yoiC Yes interrupted the practical father You have explained tome what CAN YoJ TKLb OlE HOW YOU PROPOSE TO JVUNAOK THINGS your ptospects are but your salary at present is 25 a weeka1iJ right Helen raised her head proudly knosVafl abtnjthat dad Her father looked at her quizzically toying with his watch chain in a most tantalizingly cool manner You expect to keep house dont you 1 Yes Bowl Why IIhayerit thought IIsuppose well have a servant she concluded lamely Have you any Idea how much rent you can afford to pay Ned got up and walked to the nmn tel against which he leaned In pic turesque attitude head proudly erect Really sir you may surely leave these personal matters to me Mr Marsdcu chuckled as If he were highly amused Then he drew n pen cil and notebook from his pocket and regardless of high tragedy tones andS looks on the part of the young proceeded tt make certain memoranda pausing now nUll then for Information or confirmation from his auditors The result was as follows Rent h J30 Servant Provisions Clothes W Fares and incidentals Total J110 You see weve overstepped tIe 100 limit already with the barest necessi ties nt the lowest estimate he said Now he leaned back in his chair and brought the tips of his fingers to ether eying the young folks seri ously can you tell me how you propose to manage things They had no reply ready for him find so after pause he went on It looks hopeless doesnt it But I think I can help you out Two pairs of anxious eyes were stantly turned upon him Helen must learn how to keep house This Solution of the problem seemed to stagger the young people Helen considered n moment and then laughed joyouslyWhy of course Thats just CONTINUED NEXT WEEK ASSIGNEES SALE OF TATHAMSPRINGS I As Assignee of THe TatHam Springs Company I will on THURSDAY AUG 18 1910OABOUT THE HOUR OF 100 OCLOCK PM thipropertyAlley furnishewithroom are healtiandRiverwhichby a firstclass water system i sprinu This property will be sold as a whole and for the reason that the owners cannot give the business itshouldRentuckytained in Central Kentucky and is accessible by other conveyances from all points in the State StatesTheMrs SE Vornall is now in charge of the hotel and will take pleasure in showing the propertyto 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 that in default of the payment of any note or further be agreed on v l WI E SELECMAN Assignee of Tatham Springs Co thHotelSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Wearnestly request the patrons of this column to us when you sell your stock etc so we cal discontinue the advertisement under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other wantedLandserted in another department of the paper at nothInMrs S C Martin Rt 1 has for sale a good family horse FOR SALE A nice bunch of stock ewes Will sell cheap if taken im goodforRt 1 Box 50 Mrs J E Leachman City has for sale anice mare with mare mule oDltI J A Tucker Rt 1 has for sale a thoroughbred yearling bull calf Dr John Deboe Kt 4 has has for sale a good cow and calftMrs Wm Jeffries Rt 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for 50c Also Indian Runner Duck eggs 13 for 50c DMrshas for sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 5Q cents for 15 P M Howard Rt 4 has for sale Cornish India Game eggs 150 and2 for setting of 35 Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Comb Brown Leghon eggs Forbes strain first pen header bv Teddy 2ond 150 ncr setting of 15 2ond pen 100 per setting Both pens are headed by prize winners Mrs J S McElroy City has for sale Black Minorca eggs 50 Cents for 15 Mrs R E Ros Rtl has for sale Single Comb White Leghorn eggs 75c for 15 Mrs JI Martin t3has for sale S C R 1 Red eggs From pen 2 for 15 from yard SOc Grundy Home Rt 2 has for sale two extra nice Light Brahama cockerel also eggs from choice stock penned lper setting of 15 Premium Stock Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurcr Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents Mrs Kate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell- S C B Leghons and S C B Orph m tan eggs for sale 100 for 15 Loyd Haydon Jr has for sale Pure Bred Pekin Duck eggs 1 for setting fo Sani Tucker Rt 1has for sale Rhode Island Red eggs From pen arid vard 50 cents far setting of fifteen Mrs C L Brady Rt 3 hasfor sale Pure Bred Plymouth Rock eggs 75 for settingof 15 Mrs R B Cregor Rt 3 Lebanon has for sale S 1 Rhode Island Red Cockerels from first prize winners Toledo Poultry Show DeGraffe strainI at 80c each Eggs from pen 75c 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con i stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the bun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by bnilding up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so muc faith 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 CO Toledo 0 i Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills fdrconstipa tion r tKentucHy fair Dates i MadisonvilleJJuly i95ths daysLancaster Versailles August 34 days daysLexmgtDn daysUniojitown daysPerryvilleVanceburg Aueust 104 days Lawrenceburg August 164 daysBrQacJhead I day1LandDn daysErlanlIer daysFernH rd t 30 3 1HardstawnFlorence September 63 days daysHocigenville daysiKettuckyember 126 days Teething children have more or less d g byivinga Remedy All that is nWes sary is to give the prescribed dose after eac7Iperation of the bowels mar than have been chicl fifty only by then Castor oil to cleanse the system It safe sure Sold by all druggists fTHE BURNING qUEST ON Benham saw you and Mollle llama talking for all you were worth on the street afternoon What was the Issue Mrs Benham We wore talking about an old Same of mine Chicago sewsS ATPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model search of Patent Office re Our Mr Greeley formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S Patent Office GREELEY M9INTIEE PATENTATTORNEYS ffc WASHINGTON D C SAVE YOUR FOWLS Bourbon Poultry recognized as the standard dependonGapes Cholerti Ronp lIml1erneck and nil forms of poultry diseases A few drops In the drinking water seeps healthy and free from disease A 500 bottle 12 gallons or inoticino For the treatment of Blockhead and other Iscnses in turkeys 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counties and in the oonrtsol 0 MARSHALL DUNCAN IIAWYER Springfield Ky Office Robertson Building v W8blagtoaandC S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specia1tWilIable Phone 84 LM IRUSSELL AUCTIONEERLebanon Crying of public sales a specialty Gas cry sales anywhere cheaper than the cheapest Phone 1 long 1 short Lebanon Exchange Free Liver Remedy It is well to stop a physical ailment at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can eventually five comphcatioasMany it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedy tflelentai3dbowelssallowcomplexionpain in the forehead the tbin iing of sensibleicure it is by the use of Dr Caldwella lagredlaatsespeciallyUvlty of the liver Among1 the many thousands who have thereeulbachievedglad to make the facts public so that JuKennedymanythersstartedtheaddressIThis will prove to you that liver trouble- si promptly cured with this remedy ar trfeilIIIan family vastltRK8Tet11toyer yrepPepsin Itlistpleasedo tehetree of 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