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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 J F 2H b J r fl1b1 ti i 2 ir DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J tth t I YOLIMLVI SIIFIELDKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 I NUMIER33 lt 1 PROBING THE- NEWARKRIOT I four More Arrests to Be Made to Clear up the Recent Riot- Ing in Newark Ohio Ne arkoJuly 17An investigation of the most searching nature into the recent riots in this city and the lynching of Carl Etherington dry detective is promised by the special toImorrowDistant William Miller held their final conference tonight with prosecutor smythe and Mayor Ankele prior to the deIclinewhen four more arrests are made they will have the situation well in hand All central Newark saloons were 1 closed today but the police raided one in Beech street and another in East s Newark Mayor Ankele closed the mo wing picture shows today ii Many ministers to day in sermons referred to the recent Newark tragedy and demanded the cleaning up of the city from a civic standpoint 17ChargedIZanesville Ohio July in a warrant with first degree murder in fastening the rope around of Carl Etherington the dry detect11 ive lynched at Newark ten days ago William Wuister Jr aged nineteen employed in Zaneaville e poolroom was Arrested on fcMam street tonight and held without bail for Newark officers To reporters the boy said he was in the mob adding that he had been drinkingHarrodsburg Kv July 19 Hartwen Ethenngton father of Carl Ethering ton the young man who was taken from the jail at Newark by a mob and hanged is in receipt of an anony mous letter from Newark in which the writer to Mr Etherin tonthet Ietowork of the mob and said that it was iris desire to see the guilty ones pun ished He refused to give nis name saying that he feared some of the per ties whose names he gave might learn of it and that he would be severely dealt with Mr iEthenngton will turn the names over to the proper authorities at New ark 0 and it is probSble that a number of arrests will be made on the strength of the letter from the New ark party Davis Bohon of Harrodsburg a close friend of the Ethel 109 ton family went to Newark today to consult with attor neys in regard to bringing suit against the officemof Newark and Lickjng county and their bondsmen alleging failure to enforce the law in giving proper protection to young Etherington when he was remoyed from thejail and hanged It is said that Mr Ethering ton contemplates filing suit for heavy damages P INSPECTORS FOR SCHOOLS Planned to Have Inspectors For the High Schools and Rural Schools of the State A dispatch from Frankfort says that State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion Ellsworth Regenstem wet with Dr Wickliffe Rose of Washington D Cj of the General Education Board regard ing the appointment of inspectors for the schools ot the State and also had a meeting with the committee from theI State Federation of Womens Clubs secretarlrsuperIintendent get the league on a sound footing It is planned to have an inspector forth high schools of the State and also Thae men selected will be highclass educat ors and the salaries will be enough t warrant a good man in accepting a po sition The salaries are to be paid by the General Education Board but the inspectors will work under Prof enstemand will have desks in his offic Their work will bt to inspect the schools of the State and Improve them by in struction and advice to teachers and to the city and county school superintend ents They will spend most of their time traveling about the State on inspection trips and looking after the terests of the schools so as to standard ize the high schools and raise the effi ciency of the common schools The selection of the two inspectors for this State vrll be made by Prof kegen tein Dr Rose and Dr W A Buttrick bf New York A meeting of the three will be held within the next few weeks when the selection of the inspectors will be mad- eCROP YIELD SEASON 1910 Reported railing Off Considera bly Exaggerated he Corn trop Will be Very Large- Washington July 9Jn the opinion of wellinformed statisticians the falling off in the crop of spring wheat was considerably exaggerated throughout theI country as far as its effects on the great transportation companies and upon the total yields of cereals is concerned cornacrejage000 acres while tne condition of winter wheat a more important crop than the spring wheat shoWed an increase for July over the report of June L The corn crop promises to be so large that in the opinion of many of these staItisticians the amount of cereals to be transported will exceed that of 1astI year IThe crop growth of the United States 1 was lower than at any time during the past 10 years according toI a crop report of the Department of Agriculture issued today The report says Ihlbe general average condition 6t in the United States on July 1 was about 55 per cent lower percentrowerlthan er an r aVerag July 1 in the New England Suites condi tions are 35 per cent better than a year ago and 41 per cent above the average hIn the Southern States conditions are about 35 per tent better than on July 1 a year ago nd2 4 percent above the average states wsst of the Misses sippi river 15 per cent lower than a year ago and 122 per cent below the average in the far Western states 46 per cent below a year ago and 43 per cent below the avera- geBITTER LUCKY 4THAN RICO An American Girl Wins Enough- at Monte Carlo to Buy a Section of Land Chicago Ill July 7rMiss Anice Lu lu Stokes pretty daughter of Carring ton Stokes a Louisiana cotton grower and broker claims the distinction of be the only American girl who ever ling from the bank at Monte Carlo a of American land Miss Stokes is visiting her aunt Mrs V G Johnson 2297 Rokebystreet hav jag returned this week from abroad I had never gambled a cent in my life before said Miss Stokes today but it was in the air My father gay me 100 and told me to break the bank He was playing with some gentlemen at one of the tables while my cous in Miss Falvey of St Louis and I played rouge et noir and kept winning like mad when we didnt know we were winning at all I had so rhuc money on the black at one time that a oYmy error If Mademoiselle will permit me to advise she should withdraw said toe Frenchman Then I found lhad won 19000 in about thirty minutes Al my winnings will be invested in a sec tion of land near my lormer home i Western Nebraska oMiss Stokes is 19 years olda gradu ate of the University of Nebraska Soreness ot the muscles whether in duced by violent exercise or jpjury is quickly relieved by the free application finelar rheumatism and always affords quick relief Sold by all druggists SELECMAN McciORD Miss Lucy Eugene Selecman And Mr William C McChord Jr Married This Afternoon This afternoon at 430 oclock in the presence of their relatives and a few friends William C McChord Jr and Miss Lucy Eugene Selecman were pro nounced man and wife The ceremony was beautiful and impressive and was performed by Rev R E C Lawson pastor of the Presbyterian church assisted by Rev W H Williams pastor of the Baptist church who offered prayer Before and during the cere monya delightful musical program was rendered by Miss Cain on the piano and by Miss Barber and Mr Kuhn on the violin the soft strains of music heard during the ceremony adding to its beauty and ImpreSSiveness The lovely Selecman home waslelab orately and tastefully decorated fpr the occasion ferns potted plants smilax and toule being used The rooms were darkened and sOftene light from candies in brass and silver candelabra made of the old home a scene of beau ty The ceremony w as performed in the parlor of the home the bow window of which was banked with plants and ferns matting a beautiful back ground for the altar The bridal party formed at the head of the broad staircase in the hall and from there marched to the parlor L O MqCarty and Marshall Duncan came first followed by Miss Selecman and Mr McChord Upon reaching the improvised altar the attendant separated one standing on either side while the bride and groom stood between them and beneath an aesthetic wedding bell while the words were uttered that made them man and wifecThe bride wore a superb wedding dress of white lace with hat to mat and earned a bouquet of bride rosesI Immediately after the ceremony ari informal reception was held during which Mrand Mrs McChord were showered with congratulations and hidden Godspeed by those who were presI ent Mrs Butter of Harrodsburg presided over the punchbowl at there1 ception After this Mr and Mrs Mc Chord left for Lebanon to take a train for the west The presents received were numerous handsome and useful consisting of money in gold silverware cut glass china mitureand numerous other things No that has occurred here in nterIestand popular in ssociety but members of two of the oldest and most aristocratic families of Kentucky The bride is tne daughter of Judge and Mrs W E Se lecman while iris groom is the son ot Mr and Mrs W C McChord and is assistant cashier of the Pt oples De- poSIt Bank SEVERAL PA THE PENALTY Summary of News of The Past Week From The Various Courts Esquire John William Hayes held his first term of court at Mooresville on last Friday There were three nisde meanor cases on the criminal docket growing out of a drunken negro fight on July 4th Two of the negroes Aaron and Cy Higgins plead guilty to a charge of the breach of the peace and were fined 5 and X cent and costa re spectively while Dan Speaks another Etheopianj was acquitted by a jury hwas Squire Hendrens reg casefwas on case there was a controversy was that of Mark Shewmaker vs Geo Kyler hay ingbpen continued on plaintiffs motion althIwas vs L H Hardin charged with obstructing passway Mr Hardin was acquitted no case against him having been made9ut Judge Litsey on Monday held Quar terly Court but the only cases in which issues had been made were continued until the next term He fined Rob Moran colored 250 and costs r standing Evy Mason anegro girl on her head in a branch in Jimtown CHARLES E HUG ES- iU UM Beverly Mass July 13Charles E Hughes will be the next Chief Justice the United States Supreme Court JuatlceMoodv will announce his retirement from the Supreme Court bench before November when the term ot the special law enacted for him expires President Taft has not vet decided whether he will appoint the three new Justices this fall and call an extra ses sion of the Senate or wait until the reg ular session in December His present inclination is against calling an extra session The president figures that as the Standard Oil tobacco and corporation tax cases cannot come up until No vember little time could be saved by the extra session but he has not decided against it He is thinking it over ThePresident in making his appointments to the Supreme Court bench is KISSING IS SAFE AND SANE Chief of the federal Bureau of Chemistry Says the Disease Transmission is a Joke Washington July 12The propoSi tion to abolish the gentle practice of r osculation by antikissing crusades ai d health societies is scoffed at by those medical men of Washington who haveI the least grain of sentimentalitye them and is regarded as the Jugest kind of a joke Dr Harvey F Wiley chief of the bureau of chemistry of the department of agriculture who proba bly knows as much about disease germs of various kinds as any other man in this country says he has yet to see a single instance in which a life has been wreck ed or shortened as a direct e utof disease germs transmitted trom diseased person to a healthy one by the kissing routeOut in Cincinnati the women have formed the Worlds Health Organiza ton or anti kissing league In this month of roses blushing brides and slightly agitated bridegrooms the or ganization is doing its best to abolish the timehonored custom of kissing No spooning in the parks or darkened doorways just before good night is sar1 is the d1ct of thesociety All of which has caused Dr Wiley to wonder what was the matter with the Queen City womenA for the prevention of ki- ssingsaid Dr Wiley is nothing less than a society for the prevention of Just Ima nea kissless court intteresting predicament I certainly would tike to get one peep at an organ I inclined to promote men from the Fed eral Di trict and Circuit benches The Eighth ircuit west of the Mississippi is the n lostrclamorous withcandidates There are Judges Sanborn VandeVener and Ho k But all of these have sat in at leastjone of too important cases and for thad reason are probably barred Lloyd W Bowers Solicitor General of the lilnited States is one of the most probabl appointees President Taft does not believe that Mr Bowers par ticipatun through the department affects hiB eligibility Outside of that the only ones sugges ted to the President for appointment ranged n age from seventythree years up andjMr Taft has made up his mind that if he is to have the making of the Supremk Court he will make one that will last at least one generation ization which approves of such a thing While 1 long since have retired from the spooning business still 1 have memory and when anyone quotes me as say ing that I believed the kissing habit should tje abolished you can put it down that I have been misquoted I have reachecTthe stage where I confine my kissing to relatives and babies butthat is not because I feel tno ill effects of disease transmission from mouth to mouth Take a darkened nook on a moonlight night with the beams playing around a couple idly swinging in a hammocK let the anti kissing society get to work in such a case and see what would happen It would not be long before the pair would shift their position bnd find a more secluded spot You cant keep it down and theres no use trying and so long as good red blood courses through the veins of the American youth and adults and the aged toe so far as that is concerned that delightful sensation which is ex perienced when lips touch and arms clasp and two hearts beat as one will continue to exist School Proposed A school for live stock inspectors working under the State law which has as its object the stamping out ofscat ies in sheep is planned by M C Ran kin Commissioner ot Agriculture and probably will be organized The pur pose ot the school is to teach the in spectors whpt they must do to stamp out the disease Mr Rankin wants a Government expert to come to Ken tucky and give instructions in the hand ling of diseased sheep to the inspectors and believes that he will be able to ar range it The worlds most successful medicine for bowel complaints is Chamberlains Colic a Remedy It has relieved more pain and suffering and saved more lives than any other medicine in use Invaluable for child renand adults Sold by all druggists THE DREAD PELLAGRA Laura Bottoms of Perry ville is c the first Person Stricken in Boyle County and the V Secondin Kentucky Perryville Ky July 14After a careful examinatiou attending physir cians announced yesterday afternoon that Laura Bottoms colored of city is afflicted with pellagra adiS thisI of comparatively recent origin became more or less prevalent in the southern States This is the second case to have developed in Kentucky theoth- er having resulted in the death of a la dy at Nichblasville last fall Photographs were taken of the pa tient this morning and they will be sent to the medical journals to be used m scientific study of the disease which has puzzled the medical specialists of the nation The disease which is not considered infectious is said to be cans ed by the eating of foods made from musty corn products Scales develop on the bpdy of the patient and the rer suits are fmilar in some respects to leprosy rlH M Pittman Dr DM Godby and Dr W 0 Hopper the three Perryville physicians have exaqfined the patient and pronounce her tobe a victim of the dreaded disease She is t 4health4 y toms of pellagra are developing rapidly and the patient is gradually growing worse it is probable that physicians from surrounding towns will take advantage of the case to study the disease as but few physicians have had an op portunity of making a personal study of the maladyDanvilleAdvocatet Pellagra which has given so much alarminstheUnitedfStatea issaIlll greats scourge in Southeastern Europe and a senous disorder in the West Indies Egypt and elsewhere Among its first symptoms is usually a kind of sun burn pt face chest aud hands This is followed by skin rash catarrh of eto mach and intestines feverishness ssitude and weakness and as the trouble recurs in spring and autumn year after year the weakness increases and often leads to lunacy and death The disease has been generally attributed to eating damaged Indian corn Believing it to be infectious Dr JJWolfe of Durhamf N C hasbeen lately seeking its organism in pellagrous blood and has obtained some spherical bacteria without certain evidence that the are the cause of the disease He has found a similar organism in a culture from damaged Indian corn On the other band Dr S W Sambom a British investigator has long doubted the accented theory and in a recent visit to Italy with a pellagra investiga trop committee he convinced himself definitely that Indian corn is not a cause of pellagra The evidence tended to show that the disease is due to a parasite conveyed by the simulium reptans a kind of sand flly breeding on stones along the streams of pellagrous countries CLOUDBURSTDESTRUCTIVE Crops Ruined and Much Other Damage Caused by the Terrific Downpour Central and Eastern counties were held in the grasp of one of the worst thunderstorms in the history of the State for a time Saturday and as a re sult of the terriffic wind and deluge of rain hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of property is a total loss Crops were practically ruined in a great many places and so violent was the flood that the ground will be useless for planting again this year The small streams in the sections that received the brunt of the storm were swollen far beyond their normal pro portions and in several cases houses and barns were carried from their foundations No lives were lost but it will be a long time before the farmers recover from the damage done in a few hours by the deluge The damage is estimated at 500 000 principally in wheat corn and tobacco Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets gently stimulate the liver awjy bowels to expel poisonous matter andsickiheadache j s I ti The Springfield Sun H LSMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tlf you have any grounds for complaint dlworr them All slgns point toa sky full of fly Ing machines before long A Philadelphia man stole the roof from a church and Pittsburg Is jeal 0113Someday this part of the country will get mad and clean up with Medl clne Hat No man In an automobile should re igard himself sa licensed killer of this kind When churches select press agents they should seek them outside ot the- atricl ranks England has invented luminous golf balls for those who are afraid to hole lout In the dark The antikiss button Is all right in principle but so many ladies use hooks and eyes A Chicago man has the last word His wife dislocated her Jaw while bawling him out Nicaraguas revolution continues pegging away In a manner to keep very one feeling natural money Is to bemade smaller 1Paper up It will probably continue to look fgger and bigger Beware of pickpockets and hat pins warns the London police thus putting both parties on their guard LUIuokalani is given to understand that since she has no crown she does not need any crown lands to sup port it Singing fs proposed In Paris as an Laid in uplifting the of young icoplo But how aboutjhe old people mext door Cook books Issued by the govern ent have proved so Interesting that fa bureau of household recipes might ibe suggested The Michigan is our fastest battleship hut the medals for the shotput and marathon records have not y been awarded Generally speaking the main difference between the husbands poor kin and the wifes is that his doesnt cost her anything A Nebraska womans hat decora ted with fruit was eaten by a horse But it was of practical use at least while others like it uNo photographer who tSBn artist will flatter a patron says a London weekly No photographer who is an artist will make a living either eh Indianapolis doctors made a man a new nose from a chunk of his leg He limps now and he cant smell but otherwise the operation was a sucI cess New Yorks subway has improved on its old straps by putting In cast steel hangers with porcelain handles But the public Is expected to do its hanging on In the same old style Training for housekeeping Is woefully missing from our school sys tem says an Ohio manufacturer Is this another covert attack on the bt cults of the womans college graduate The German emperor keeps up fifty residences some of which he has never seen He probably wishes to have things prepared In case he Is ever caught far from home late at night Meanwhile It may comfort those persons who think they have had a narrow escape to reflect that it will ibe eeventyfive years before Halley comet visits this part of the univers- again Scientific measurements establish that Yale students weigh more and are thicker in the neck and chest than in 1864 How much larger they are In their minds Is not statistically Imparted The number of cigarettes which are smoked in this country is rapidly in creasIng Perhaps this is duo to th precautions that are being taken t stop the sale of poisons trv irrespon Bible people A Chicago minister says womans greatest fault Is that of telling little white ones He should understand d that many married women have tc take drastic measures to preserve the family reputation President Twitchell of the Ma State Pomological society reports art er an investigation that from 100000 to 150000 apple trees have been s out Mainetjils year Perhaps wh used to be the Pine Tree state may become the Apple Tree state in time Michigan bank robber says hla sweetheart drove him to crime Men havent changed since Adams time Not even found any new excuses People who undertake to cure ailments by going without food arq most Invariably benefited to the exr appCtiteAfter Louisiana has prohlbltec mothers bridge whist it might turn its massive intellect to some of the byfatheri r KENTUC Y I GLEANINGS II WHAT IS GOING ON IN 2 DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 0 THE COMMONWEALTH I FOR MILITARY INSTRUCTION Kentucky State Guard Officers Are Or dereft to Ft Benjamin Harrison Frankfort KyAdjL Gen Johnston issued orders for the officers of the Kentucky State Guards who will go to Ft Benjamin Harrison Ind July 17 to receive instructions The fol- lowIng officers will go Lieut Col Nelson J Edwards Covington Maj John A Webb Gapt George T Howard Capt William C Stair Capt James F Catron Capt Henry G Wad- dell Capt J Frank Hazelrigg Maj George T Smith Capt Lew F Chap man Capt Frank L Rutledge Gapt George T Smith Col Jl Embry Allen Maj C W Longmire Maj Henry H Denhart Capt Chastin W Haynes Col Jouett Henry Maj Walter Powers Maj Frank B Rash Capt John W Boston Capt James M Deweese Capt William Cave Capt W E Crutcher Capt Edward C Walker First Lieut Lester C Franks CLAIMED TWO VICTIMS Skiff Got Tangled In Anchor Rope of Launch and Upset Bellevue KyTwo young lives were snuffed out in a joy ride in a skiff on the Ohio river and two others had a narrow The names of the unfortunate young victims are Hen rietta Ackerman 16 who lives her sister Sirs Lukens on East Thir street Cincinnati and John Moore 19 son of G W Moore grocer of New lort Ky With them were Edna Quit ter 15 of Bellevue and William Gun niwickf 21 of Newport The accident occurred near the foot of Lafayette avenue Bellevue The quartet had hired a skiff from F B Shumate thte Queen City beach The boat struck the anchor rope of the gasoline launch Little Jim and in their efforts to extricate the craft the occupants over turned the boat and all were thrown into the river CHILD COMMITS SUICIDE Surrounded by Her Doll and Doll v Clothes Louisville Ky Lying on a couch In1 her room with her doll and doll clothes at her hand 11yearold Laura Dick fired a bullet through her heart and died instantly Deputy Coroner William Kammerer after viewing the body pronounced It a case of suicide There were no eyewitnesses and the family is inclined tr the theory of accldentJ though cir cumstances sup few of the coroner The explanation of the deed IS that the child was of an unusually lens five nature that she read and brood ed a great deal and become morbid She having neglected to attend to hasd chided heryCHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 1Louisville KyAugust Ropke ifor many years assistant secretary of the Fidelity Trust Co and a wellknown financier of Louisville was arrested at his hotel charged with embjzzle ment of funds He was taken into custody ona warrant taken oit by John W Barr president of the com teo d the defalcation will be many imes that much For more than a week expert book examiners of Chicago have been qui etly at work checking up Ropkes account with the stated result that many peculations were found WILL ELEVATE THE TRACKS eLouisville KyAn ordinance providing for the erection of elevated tracks from the C 0 yards toajunction of the L d N in Louisville at a cost of 300000 was submitted to the board of public works by M L Akers vicejpresldent the Loulsvldle Jefferspnville Bridge Co Several years ago an ordinance was passed by the general council for the erec Bieg d at a cost of 200000 Work oh this trestle hasnot begun set atfir Akers announced that the work on projects will begin as soon as the ordinance submitted by him Is passed by the general council mateheremf1Gs below her abontit use anewith the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railroad here The transfer boat Duncan now on the way will be used between here and Metropolis This ar rangement will be continued until the bridge of the Burlington is completed at Metropolis ti Kentucky Intelligence j HopkinsvIIle The parable of the prodIgal son was presented In real life here at Zion Colored Baptist church as a grand climax to highly successful revival that has been in progress several days Paducah Habeas corbus proceed ings have been instituted in the cir cuit court to secure the release of Guy Dean who is accused with Tom ierrin of committing the Pool road murder HarveyMyersthe nomination for legislature again in his district and expects to be re elected without opposition either in the primary or the general action Lexington Fifteen yearling thor oughbreds from John E Maddena Hamburg place were shipped to Saratoga where they are to be handled by their astute owner They were broken before they left the farm but they have never been tried for speed Newport William H Shannon 22 living at Gallup Lawrence county who has been employed for the past year by the Chesapeake Ohio rail road was caught in the gearing of a monster steam digs r his head and one arm being completely from his body Irvine Fifty white oak rafts be longing to Mobray Robinson wera torn loose from their moorings and l11t down the river and over the dam at Lock No 11 The timber was es tiu ated to be worth 25000 The total lore to the company will probably ba 15000Louisville Mrs Booker T Washington wife of the noted negro educator spoke before a mass meeting of the National Colored Womens association She told of the work that was being accomplished by the col ored womens clubs of Alabama in educating the delinquent negro children of the state itsdbrow g quit for divorce against his wife alleging abandonment Both are prominent socially and the suitcame as a surprise Prof White is teaching in the Chicago university for the sum mer while Mrs White is Visiting in the east LexingtonGeorge Crawford alias George Wi throw a negro who escaped from the Frankfort penitentiary De cember 6 1902 was arrested here and returned to the prison Crawford was recognized while walking along the street by Detective Henry Baker who at the time of the escape was a guard at the prison Harrodsburg William Winkle ha filed suit In the Mercer circuit cour against fIle C N O T P Railway for 2000 alleging that a train of tho defendant company set his barn on fire destroying it The barn it Is alt leged at the time it was burned con tained 300 barrels of corn farming im elements and a mule Gupnwifeof the Oldest and best known wonien of Lexington died at the family resi dence 353 oath Mill street after a protracted illness She was 77 years old and only a few months ago she and her husband celebrated the fifty fifth ann psnry of their wedding theiyoung detective lynched in Newark O was his4son Carl M Etheririgton Hrtwell Ethel tngton who lives at iilishurg near this place started for the Ohio town He did nob complete the journey however as he was ad vised by friends to spare himself a trying ordeal by having the body sent home Louisville Ralph Campbell was arrested as he stepped from the gangplank qt the steamer Cityof Louisville of the Cincinnati Packet Co oh which he came to this city Campbell is alleged to have struck and killed Page Hines an employe of the Louisville Nashville railroad He was arrested on information re ceifed from the detective department at Cincinnati LbuisvilleIn tne case of j Ll alliroadtiff asked that the organization bet end jo red from ousting him from the chairmanship of the adjustment come ea ttee of that body now in session here Judge Kirbyof the circuit court refused to interfere saying the brotherhood lies a right to adjust such mutters The case is now In the h ndsof the committee and Keen must abide by the decision Frankfort The heaviest windstorm of the year played havoc here with chimneys shade trees and small buildings There was a stampede among the mules at work on the Cap itol grounds and they ran off string ing pieces of carts from South to North Frankfort The wind blewf over a carriage occupied by a boy in front of the Capitol but he was not injured Several buildings were part ly unroofed The damage amounts to thousands of dollars Louisville Judge Evans in the federal court overruled the motion of W D Fitch and others for a receiver for the Green River Coal Mining Co The complainants contended that the JudgeEvansdsity of a receiver OwensboroAn orderhas been entered in the county court for the hold ins of an election for coroner of Da viess county In November tanH ttia vacancy caused by the Ieatho N M Lancaster The county judge will ap point a special coroner during the In terveniDg1lIne r v v Summer Finery happy possessor of a touring THE or the happier occupant of one who regularly takes the air In someones else touring car presents herself these days in a bonnet and a protecting coat which fastens into a coatdress This garment Is of pon gee or linen very practical dainty and a protectlo against the dust from collar to hem It Is shaped in such a variety of ways that one may choose from among the pattern books the most becoming style The simplest lines remain the best and the coat- dress should be plain Brilliantine of the washable variety Is another choice in fabrics where tie wearer has reason to wish to get something other than pongee or linen The bonnet is made of Madagascar cloth on a supporting veil frame and does not crush the hair The is made of an oblong piece crownj and the bonnet is finished e face with shirred taffeta silk Ties of the taffeta made from piecesilk are fringed out at tho ends and hemmed at tho fides The frames which support these bonnets hardly deserve the name for there Is so little to them The cloth Is a wiry fabric which needs little help to retain it in place But the bonnet is designed to be coolI and the wire supports are mad that end It must not set too close to pIeceslooksimple as a sunbonnet which Is not so easy to make successfully as Its appearance might Indicate Wash silk or suedelisle gloves enable the gloveditmaybeIt takes a very great beauty indeed to appear at once charming and blowsy This summers auto clothes wwwwwCOAT FOR YOUNG GIRL Serge or cloth would make up pret Lily like our sketch which has a panel front the sides of he upper part are plain while those at lower part are pleated the two are connected by n material waistband which has the right end pointed and fastened over on the left cord ornaments and buttons form the fastening Velvet or satin might be used to face collar aria cuffs Hat of fine straw trimmed with velvet or roses- Materials required 3 yards 48 fnches wide 3 dozen buttons ft yard silk or Velvet To Insert Ribbon When removing ribbon from soiled corset covers fasten a piece of twine on one end and pull through take off the ribbon leaving the string in the corset cover while It is being laun dered Then by tying the ribbon o one end again it is easily pulled back into place Many of the smartest new frocks are made withpversklrts of all sizes from a short apron to a long drapery ii = hadThecovers up a multitude of well protected finery or maybe a kimona1 gazmentEvery one who possesses a lact coat or a scarf or a shawl is making the most of many opportunities What with tunics stoles overskirts and all sorts of draperies and the universal use of lace every good old piece is having an airing This is likely to continue for if the shadows that art cast before are In any way authoritative the silhouette of the Empress lengtheningiready arrived over seas to us SklrU are narrow to Inconvenience at the bottom and figures suggest that the corset is about to be forgottenIn- effect but not of course in reality American women have ceased to ac cept everything Paris chooses to hand out to them however and it remains to be seen just how the banded skirts and coats will be received But there is no doubt about the liking for soft draperies and old classic models never fail of some degree of wel come The manner of draping fine bits of old Chantilly is shown in tho picture just as a suggestion to someone who may own a mantle or shawl or a long scarf There are any num ber of ways by which It may be made to become a part of the costume Shawls are arranged with the point pnePIalthe front but hanging tree at this point and tacked to the skirt at the sides This Is not the only manner gownsthethe most important part of the com position JULIA BOTTOMLEY NGENIOUS COAT HANGERS good Substitute for a Regular Article When Such Is Not at Hand IA coat or jacket of any description should be kept on coat hanger regularhangera good substitute can be evolved by making a tight roll of wrapping paper or newspaper and tying about the cen hangitThe paper roll if sufficiently thick will keep a coat In shape nicely Most waists are also better hung up than laid in a drawer In traveling it is especially convenient to be able to fashion good hangers with only a few old papers a bit of string and jnst a moments time and work For traveling the small cases of ex tension hangers are delightfully com pact and a great convenience These hangcrscan also be bought separately and a bag of silk or dimity made for thorn to be carried in A Flounce Finish To finish the upper cage of a flounce op a delicate white dock there is sug silktlOversn ade ofa milliners fold of delicate pink satin Is tacked along the line o joining where the chiffon or lullola fastened to the skirt Hanging from this at distances of three or four Inch es are single rosebuds the smallest imaginable made of pink ribbon an each one attached to a leaf made delicate narrow green ribbon Now at wider Intervals and reach Ing upward from the long tendrils there appear wandering sprays of tho same pink silk fold ending with a tiny pink bud On the same frock the sleeve is finished with a similar handmade decoration land the shoulder line below the subyoke Chamois Cushions With a pattern cut out as for stencil wprk the chamois cover of a cushion venvet and finished round the edge with brown silk cord A second cushion top of chamois has its conventional design burnt upon itvery delicately burnt with the pyrographJc needle because this leather is too delicate for careless work t BILLWEDUCATORS AdoptsStrongUniformity of School Books Cedar Point O Educators of Ohio to the number of 2000 attend ed the annual meeting of the Ohio State Teachers Association here ThewimportantIncIdentsthe ten to an address oi equal suffrage and they took unanimous action against state uniformity of school books legislaturepassed by the senate and was lost In the house The educators of Ohio do not want uniformity considered again and they voice their protest in the following strong resolution We believe that the educational value of school processes and practices should be paramount to every other consideration We are therefore opposed to all efforts which would aim to establish a system of State Uniformity in the selection of textbooks because we believe that such a system would be a hindrance to the pre ent progress of our schools The Miser of Sag Harbor Economy said Daniel W Field the millionaire shoe manufacturer ot Boston who at the age of fortyfiyjB has entered Harvard economy is es sential to wealth but by economy I dont mean niggardlihess Too many men fall to attain tq wealth because they practise a cheeseparing and mean economy that gets everybody down on them They practise In fact an economy like that of old William Brewster ot Sag Harbor William you know would never buy oysters because he couldnt eat shells and all A BURNING ERUPTION FROM v HEAD TO FEET severelyWithof sores from head to feet and for six weeks confined to my bed During that time I suffered continual torture from Itching and burning After being given up by my doctor I was advised to try Cuticura Remedies After the first bath with Cutlcura Soap and application of Cuticura Ointment I en Joyed the first good sleep during my entire illness I also used Cuticura Resolvent and the treatment was continued for about three weeks At the end of that time I was able to be about the house entirely cured and have felt no ill effects since I would advise any person suffering from any form of skin trouble to try the Cutl cura Remedies as I know what they did for me Mrs Edward Nenning 1112 Salina St Watertown N Y Apr 11 1909 Midas Midas had come to that point in hficareer where everything he touched turned to gold What shall you ever do with thws stuff asked his entourage in visible alarm Midas affected not to be uneasy Just wait till the boys begin to touch me It quoth he displaying an act quaintance with economic tendencies far in advance of his agePuck Watch Your Refrigerator YouIlsavemaIiYadoctorsb llbT watching your refrjgeratpr Keep it absolutely clean all the time The best way to clean it is to take clean hot water make a suds with Easy Task soap and wash every nook and corner in the Ice box or refrigerator Then the food doesnt get smelly and carrji disease germs to the table Easy Task soap being made of pure cocoanut oIL borax naphtha and clean tallow Is antiseptic as well as cleansing It Is ft wonderful soapand a nickel a cake Tactful A woman with a pronounced squint went to a fashionable photographer He looked at her and she looked at him and both were embarrassed He spoke first Wont you permit me he said to take your portrait in profile There 4feyesis fascinating in natur Beacont TAKE A FOOTBATH TONIGHT FootTabsIn the water It will take out all soreness smarting and tenderness remove foot FootTabssweating or inflamed feet and hot nervousness of the feet at night Then for AnensFootEase subfmailed FREE or our regular size sent by OlmstedLeRoyFootTabs for Foot Tubs dHamlet Temperament seemed to speak with au thority in his advice to the players Yes replied Mr Stormlngt n Barnes although he was rather qutet and patient But in his other scenesf he was as nervous and irascible as a regular stage manager Annie Tetford Queens Nurse of Ballyantral Ayrshire England Writes as Follows I have great pleasure In testifying what a valuable remedy in various 1Skin Troubles I have found Resinol Ointment to be I have used it In ex tremely bad cases of Eczema mid in withwmost satisfactory highest opinion of its curative values HotHeaded You Mention It Scott Jones Is a cooltheaded chap Mott Naturally Hes aril bald as tl doorknob J t r I J 4 t SNOWBALLSL i t By Littell McClung Copyright b7 Associated Literati Press James Merchant Professor Mar chant his scholars called himr despite his youth longed to be out of doors Inside his room In the Latin school it was warm and uncomfortable The Janitor had done his best that day and the radiators were throwing off an unusual amount of heat Outside the air was cold and clear and the snow a foot deep lay sparkling like a Jew eled mantle in the afternoon sunshine When the last class was over Mar chant arose with a yawn and began to put on his overcoat All the boys had rushed out into the snowall save Walter Beale a handsome quickwit ted lad of fourteen Well I suppose you are going for a elide this afternoon Walter ques tioned his teacher pleasantly Nope rejoined the lad Going snowballing today professor he re pLed Theres going to be a snow ball battle between the Latin school and No 33 You dont say queried Marchant at once Interested I hope the Latin School drives No 33 off the field We beat them in baseball you know That we did agreed Walter but pitchingwe wont beat em this time if you dont come along and help us The boys told me to ask you about it We certainly do want you professor for Professor Hanson is going to lead the No 33 army 6 The boys really do want me Wal ter asked the teacher Joyfully You Just bet they do professor exclaimed the boy Theyve just got to have you thats all there 1s to it Then Ill go announced Marchant taking off his overcoat Wait till I get my sweater out of the closet The next moment teacher and schol ar joined a throng of boys kicking their way through the snow to an open lot near the school on which two snow forts had been built The young Warriors hailed their teacher with cheers and pressed forward to the Iwscene of Impending battle Already the forces of No 33 were on hand led by their captain Professor Hanson Hello Hanson cried Marchant when he caught sight of the rive leader You out for blood again Remember what we did to you on the diamond last spring For answer the cohorts of No 3 yelled defiance at their opponents an scurried out of the fort to gather a fresh supply of missiles The leaders met and It was agreed that ten mi makinMg sides retired to their ramparts whic were about fifty yards apart and each boy began to make snowballs as fast as his fingers could work The sun was shining brightly and the meitin snow on top made balls of icy har ness Piles of the missiles were stacked up behind each fort and on signal the battle began Led by Marchant and ianson t boys sallied forth and in a few se onds the air was full of flying bullet of snow A large crowd gathered adjoining street to witness the contestSmarting from memories of defe on tile diamond the boys of No made a concerted rush on their op ponents and drove them scattered and running behind their fort of snowBut Marchant called to them to rally and save their ammunition for a charge Though stung by the shots they had received they responded to his appeal Hands and pockets full of snowballs they rushed bravely on the ramparts of No 33 waiting until they got within fifty feet before opening fire When they did fire the effect of their volleys was Instantaneous TI battle line of No 33 weakened a Hanson the leader got back of the throng in the rush At them boys At them cried Marchant running toward xhls rival general and firing at him with every stopeOne of Mar ants shots struck with telling effect and Hanson went tum iillnf over a snowbank A lusty cheer grail from the Latin school crhharg era and they rushed up almost to the enemys fort- Marchant lunged forward determined to hit his opponent again the moment he staggered to his feet He drew back his arm andas Hanson scrambled out of the snow he let go a ball with all his strength But the Icy sphere slipped from his fingers on a tangent and flew straight Into tha cheering crowd of spectators There was a scream A young woman fell to the sidewalk Marchant ran forward and Instantaneously the bat tie ended for some of the boys who had seen the accident knew that it might be serious Everybody crowded around the pros trate figure and Marchant pushed his way through the throng to behold the silent face of a beautiful young girl His snowball which must have been as hard as a baseball had struck her All at once Walter Beale burst through the crowd Shes my sister he cried dropping to nis knees over the prostrate figure Some of you boys run for a doctorWhile his classmates started in sev eral directions for a physician a motor car came chugging up through the snow Marchant acted at once Quick Help me lift her In he commanded to the several dozen frightened boys around him Instantly strong young hands lifted the unconscious girl into the automobile before the owner knew what it was all about Walter Beale leaped in shouting the number of his home to the man at the wheeL Five min utes later a physician entered the warm room where Ethel Beale lay still unconscious He set to work at once for he realized tha the case was serious Slowly the girl regained her senses For a Right the with his patient and him most of the doctorjworked in every way he day Ethel Beale was but the physician gave orders that there most be no excite ent around her and that careful nursing was nec essary to her rapid and complete re covery Day after day Marchant visited the Beale home He began to look on her as his patient He felt that nothing he could do would make up for the In jury he had inflicted by his recklessness But she assured him that his at tention and kindness had amply repaid her fee her suffering Soon Marchant experienced a change of attitude Instead of being sorry for what he had done he secretly rejoiced Through the accident he had come to know Ethel Beale She herself made life seem different to him by gently hinting that ill winds often do blow up beautiful clouds- A month later when Marchant pro posed Ethel accepted him The wed ding took place in June Come let me show you the most appropriate present I have received whispered the bride to her husband shortly after the ceremony She led him into the reception room and pointed to the1 large table in the centerWhy theyre snowballs hfc exclaimed What a beautiful bunch Who sent them Who she echoed Why who but little brotherWalter of course y Not Washingtons Legs Apropos of nothing as thenovel fist says Champ Clark With his back up against a desk in the house and facing fulllength portrait of Wash Vanderlynders chair said Sims do you kno that the legs of that picture arc not Tennnessee congressman did not know authorithy the history of Washingtons legs Continued Clark Those legs belonged to General Smith of Maryland goodpart of the picture he used General Smiths Washeh k pumpss It nwas the first time the men in the group where Champ Clark was talking had heard that the father of his coun attry ever had to borrow a pair of let i Washington Correspondence in St Louis Star Trials of Literature The stone age poet mallet chisel in hand was laboriously posing a sonnet when the basins agent of the stonecutters union happened along Lets see your working card o man said the agent briskly Forsooth haughtily exclaimed the litterateur why Im a poetnot a mechanic todunion man so If you dont want your poetry boycotted youd better stick to the thinking part of the game and hire a union amanuensis Illus trated Sunday Magazine Blankets by the Million More than 3000000 pates of blan KIDIdom 1 LIKE CRUDE SIGNS Reason for Misspelled and Poor Iy Printed Ads Men of Education In Citys Foreign quarter Purposely Make Signs Ridiculous to Hold Their Trade jttRS LLI2ht EKPRE5l DONI OkctjUR1 V10T f hove n 1iCdur- ML I OHMLY is f Fri2hbreJhAtt2 Nfl CfWffL n PEII1C- pegsR EC24HDgurEeE cincitY fop nt2 Indianapolis Most of the advertising signs In the foreign sections o the city present many phases of business activities are inartistic in bad taste and see to display a generous amount of i norance or carelessnessbut such t not the case- Investigation has disclosed the fact that those signs at lest most of them serve as business goiters They are the mediums britrg abd hold the foreigners together and the- attract hundreds ate Ame icansIwho think those signs stars for just what they want The adve- tieing r in the foreign dii tricts however crude It may seem is In man respects more up to date han what i used downtown Many of the foreign orsand many in the foreign district- are matured Americans could pr pare or order as pretty sins as seen anywhere but this woul spoil the business in those districts and the old signs are retained A man on West Washington blacksmith by trade and one wh looks every bit a foreigner is educated He knows every word the English language adapted to his trade and doesnot have to stutt when spelling most any word calle for He writes a good hand and can print the capital and small letters the alphabet almost as well as a grad uate sign painter But his sign over the door to the shop reads r wAnother almost as good on the front of the shop says Wa OCOnt lfP irFB As soon as these are nO iced the onlooker will comment on the poor spell ing first of all Then le will take Into consideration the art of sign making and wonder why on arth a man should jumble the left rs in that fashion With that he vill pass on and forget the apparent ignorance or carelessness displayed pi bliciy ant he arrives at the next 6s abllshment which may have a sign something like this wkssOR IdThis may not seem so crude The podilppearance Ybeemployed of tiee A large artistic and in every way beautiful signsuch as can bo seen In the business district would not at tract the foreigners First of all they think an establishment carrying a sign of bright colors and worked out to mathematicarprecision would shoW Amger i CROUND i THE STATE p MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHEREDFROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY A A A A A A A + A A A A AV V V V V W V V tKENTUCKYS DEFICIT GROWS Increase In 1910 Revenues Will Help Pay Indebtedness Frankfort Ky =The receipts of the state for the fiscal year ending June 30 1010 show a decrease of 181000 over the fiscal year ending June 30 1909 The receipts as totaled in the office of State Treasurer Farley for 909 were 683863009 while for 1910 receipts were 665759863aThe expenditures for 1910 were 743977776 which is 97700634 more money spent during this year than was received The deficit last year was only 19480621 so that the present administration appears to be getting further into debt each year This deficit however is accounted for by the fact that the legislature met this year and appropriations were made in large amounts It cost about 1500 a day tojrun the legislature It was generally believed that there would more money co lected this year than last There wi be an in crease in revenue howeve this year of nearly 600000 over las year and the large debt now against the state will be partly liquidated DEPENDS ON OPINllON Attorney General Asked to Decide Ownership of Lan Frankfort KyAtty Gen Breathitt has been asked by Mrs Shirley Shack leford of New York to give his opin ion as to whether a land patent grant ed by the governor of Virginia and which by mistake never was filed for registration In Kentucky may be filed now in the land office Mrs Shackleford claims that she Is an heir to the Alexander Walcott estate among whose assets was a pat Eastfern s slions of tons of coal This land lies countiesmsquattesd on s hold good POSSES HUNT FOR BODY Kentuckian Believed to Have Sui Childrenrcitizensdsty of Jeffecs atown in search of th body of yFaak omine a wellknown withsr son g home near J ersontown famineecom s said attacked his aged mother witha carving cnlfe because she interfered when he remonstrated with his son he rushe grandtmother grasped the keen blade of the 1knife and prevented the blow from striking the grandmotherI MADEd f aofsoon appoint an inspector of the high schools an inspector of the rural schools and a secretary of the state school improvement league Dr Wic kdllife Rose secretary of the general educational board had a conference with Regenstein regarding the matter These men will go from school to school take notes on the conditions and report to the general educational board Frankfort An opinion of Judge Cochran was filed in the Eastern Ken tucky federal court here in which he decides that the state must pay the cost in the suit between the state rail road commission and the Louisville Nashville railroad which was decided by the supremo court and wa held that the state railroad stow could not fix the rates for th railroads in Kentucky The co amounts to 685795 An allowance is made Samuel H Stone for the serv- Ices he rendered in taking the deposI- lions In the suit Louisville Tottering along th itroad almost exhausted from the loss of blood Harold Wright was found by James McAllister a farmer of south Park Wright was carrying his coat over his stub of arm which he stated had been cut off when he fell from a freight train How long he had been wandering about in his helpless con- dItion could not be learned as Wright lapsed into unconsciousness Little hope is entertained for iris recovery Hiekman The railroad agent here and the express agent both refused to enship Gip the monster 320pojund boa constrictor snake carried bya carnival company which has been showing here and they were compelled to have him hauled over land by livery stable rig to Columbus their next stop RIChmondE G McWhOrter came tc Richmond and surrendered after fa iUlly shooting his brotherinlaw G bble in a quarrel weer partnersh in a wheat crop The shooting took p ace near Baldwin ROPS ARE BEHIND Excessive Rains and Drouths Reported t Frankfort Much Wheat Remains to Be Harvest ed Corn Outlook Is Somewhat- Discouraging Frankfort While most of the coun tees iu the state have had too much rain during June there are some sec tions of Kentucky where Ho rain has fallen since the latter part of May and the crops suffered for lack of moist ute But most of the state has had more rain than Is needed and the beingbackwardport for the month of June as pre pared by M C Rankin commissioner of agriculture The report shows that for this fireport Qats One of the best crops of oats thePttl0 aotherand dry weather for ha esttns the crop the t rtners will aerie more from the torIQanycentage for the whose state of fineandshowforjClavcr over like oats rainsexceptboexceptionally goodwherecured cpeasshouldriotnotOnlysoilertilitybeestrippedbeenquitemand for It wasbackward but about the 10th of themonth there was pretty weather and dmuchiavhichstoppedvesting to a great extent In same locali beettthe crops a little and In some outer parts muchdamnge theYrothavebeenparts of counties that have not had any Thlocalwas nearly twice the amount of rainfall d comparewith littlmoreVheat There remains much wheat tobq cut Some fields are very r badlytheewheatbUt timeIoef Corn Corn throughout the state isomewhat discouraging and Is at leas wQatherhnsretarded causinggreat a nverageofaveragropFruit On account of the warm March Aprilinbloom of the trees there i dpractically but 40 per cent of a full fruit manyplawere wormeaten and tell off trees befor maturity There are not many late apples they suffering most from the cli nppIesnreGravespeach crop reports show about onehalf of a crop Caldwell Crittenden Graves goodPojul peldper pound Hdt weather and heavy storms have caused a great smaller chickens and loss eases horesthtoushout Catpound Hogs are still high an plncesthpound The Commonwealth r PrincetonJohn Riley was placed and1d111ngrel on the farm of John HeasthsThstmayor says race Butler Harvey Huffman States mail carrier and promin young man was married to Miss Jes sic Yelton daughter of a wellknown Reev Jackson in Hajrrodsburg The will of Judge W Con Bell who was killed recently In a street car accident at Seattle Wash was probated in the county court here He directs that all his property be converted into cash as soon as prac doable and divided onefourth to his mother Mrs T C Bell and three fourths to his wife during her widow hoodLonisvilleZacharla Taylor Whip pie 64 a veteran rlverman died at the marine hospital of Brlghts dls ease Mr Whipple lived here allot his lfe and for 50 years worked o different boats In the Ohio river r tiring about a year ago He Is survived by a widow two daughters a son and brother Louisville There was a dan gerous blaze In the tunnel under the Lout andsbarelyip me work ignited and the fire spread U all parts of the tunnei t Controlled Newspaper The Atchison Globe says that no ad editorialnowdaYBnewspapersThe the experience of most newspapers The advertisingculation department of a newspaper than in the editorial department If a daily paper goes to the homes of the peoples and is read by them he is satis fled and It may chase after any theory or fad for all he cares He has troubles of his own and he Isnt trying to shoulder those of the editorial brethren There are newspapers controlled by people outside qf the editorial rooms and a good many of them mores thee pity but the people exercising that control are not the business men who spaceThefor political purposes are often con trolled by chronic offlceseekerswhosei rst concern Is their own interests There are newspapers controlled by greatcorporations and the voles of such newspapers Is always raised In protest against any genuine reform The average western newspaper usu lly is controlled by its owner and he s supposed to be In duty bound to make all sorts of sacrifices at all sorts oC times there are people who considers it his duty to insult his advertisers just to show that he is free and independent If he shows a decent respect for his patrons who pay him their money and make It possible for him to carry on the business he issublll Sized or controlled The newspaper owner is a business max like the dry goods man or the grocer The mer considersnot supposed to be subsidized by the withtemti demonstrate his courage by showing thenpatron age of his friends It is a funny copt bination when you think it overf Empprfa Gazette Caring for the Baby toidfully Nice BoYYes uni He Just swallowed a dime and Im afraid of kid napers For Red Itchl rEyelids Cysts Stye Fling Eyelashes and All Eyes That Asepticgist or Write Marine Eye Remedy Co Chlcacov An Answer In Kind How did the trouble fix the fa start eThe wife It seems got tired of ter husbands heavy witI ayrhim t youngtSWallOWja mUf5tbe likeethat Coming Down to Earth sHappiness declaimed the philosopher eeis in the pursuit of some Ite the plain citizen chased the last car on a rainy night eReal Reform What is your Idea of mu nlclpal government Booker First provide an auto and then create an office to fill It betwrseAhrepose you please you can never have both4 Emerson topswork up to it by degreesI CompoundInterest comes to life when the body ofrdhealth vigor and energy Sensesvigor in the brain and easy poise of the nerves comes enswhen the improper foods are cutout and predigested Grape= Nuts take their place Uithas taken you years to run down dont expect one mouthful of this great food to bring you back for it is not a stimulant butav rebuilderfI Ten days trial shows such ni results that one sticks to it Theres a season Get the little book Tnt pkgsesl10STmrcERuLPO LIDet ft h c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 j I RIN6FIELD SUN Ji MSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY j r SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher y Me tre fat the postoffice Springfield IY1for transmission through the man as secondclass matter o 1j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION =one rearuu 100 bcMonths 50 Three Months n 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET J FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON 4 An Unusual Accident One evening last week during a lightning and rain storm several ooson the Chautaqua grounds witnessI ed a very peculiar accident In an ad joming field three head of cattle be loeging to Lum Abell stood near a wire fence During the storm lightning played on the wires and suddenly two efthe cattle fell to their knees and the third was pitched over the tence fall ing on itsback The calf lay in the weeds with its feet dangling and of course those who I saw it thrown over the fence believed it had been killed In a short while the storm being over they went to the scene of the peculiar accident and strange to say the calf arose and ran away apparently unharmed The oth ors were stunned but not killed Those who saw it declare the calf was pitched over the fence by the lightning While such an occurrence seems incred ible the witnesses reputable citizens of the 1tysay there is no other explanation of itLebanonEnlerpriseI The Humor of Mark Twain 00A young lady ones Tasked Mark Twain if he liked books for Christmas gifts Well that depends drawled th- Ereat e bumoristulf the Look has a jieather cover it is really valuable as a razor strop If itis a brief concise work such as the French write it is useful to put under the short leg of a wobbly table An oldfashioned book with a clasp cant be beat as a missile to hurl at a dog and a large book lik a geography is as good as a piece o tin to mend a broken pane of glass On the question of the practicability of prohibition he expressed his views on another occasion as follows I a a friend of temperance and I want it to succeed but 1 dontthink prohibition i practical The Germans you see pre vent it Look at them They have just invented a method of making brand- out ot sawdust Now what chance will prohibition have when a mail can take a ripsaw and go out and get drunk with a fence rail What good is prohibition it ay man is able to make brandy smash es out of the shingles on his loof Or If tie can get the delirium tremens by drinking the legs off the kitchen table A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from Piles writesI Will A Marsh of Siler City h till I got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema ChilblfiinsVltu1Hh QOctOadipGiCi We Saw0 Wood 2 and let our dry goods do the talking l t for us And we have found the plan 5 works wonderfully well Stop in and see what you think about it The kind of dry goods and pricing that have pleased so many keen shoppers g should certainly appeal to you s i2 Xxnuidy Mclntirex iGOOOQooooaa Q1 Struckby Lightning Lightning struck the Silas Baptist church near Leesburg Ky Sunday iii the conclusion of the morning service The pulpit was split in twain two wo men were probably fatally hurt and a score of others severely shocked The bolt struck the pulpit ran around the room out of the door and along a wire to where a horse was tethered some distance from the edifice killing the animal and burning the harness from its back Mrs James Thompson was badly burned about the body and Miss Bettie Starks was burned about the hack and lower limbs Mrs Thompson js in a serious condition and is not expected to recover Miss Stark s shoes and stockings were torn off her by the bolt and physicians say that if she ever recovers which is doubtful se will be demented Roger Allen who was stand ing nearthe two women was thrown a distance of ten feet He is not seriously injured Elizabeth Thompson twelve yaars old also was slightly burned May be Voted UponI Frankfort Ky July 18The question as to what should be done with the old State House building and grounds is still unsettled The Frankfort Business Mens Club has decided to take the initiative in a movement to ascertain what the major ity of ths people of the State think ought to be done with the buildings and want every citizen of the State whp will take the trouble to do sot to vote on the matter and send his vote to the Business Mens Club with the understanding that the total vote on each proposed disposition of the property shall be submitted to the next Legisla ture with the request that the Legislature pass a law in accordance with the wishes of the majority as expressed by the vote The first suggestion made some two or three years ago was to convert the buildings into a historical museum to be in charge of the State Historical So ciety The second was to donate it for a law school or a normal and the third was to donate it to the city of Frank fort to be used as a public park Age Limit There is a law now in Kentucky that if a man is sixty years old he can be exempt from jury service although h age does not disqualify him if he wants to serve The Circuit Court sustains him if he owns up to his years and disks to be excused The Doctors Question Bowelf4 Disorders ti consulmted by a patient is Are your bowels ninetyeightsper cent of is attended with in active bowels and torpid liver and that gentlyycan re storedRexall Orderlies are a positive pleas constipationn and in general are so certain of their great curative value that we promise to return the purchasers money in every case wher they tail to produce entire satisfaction Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy they act etIy and have a lheentireannoying effect They are especially good for children weak persons or Old tolks Two sizes 25c Und lOc Sold only atj our storeThe Rexall store The Leo Haydon Drug Co QoeoeoeoeowoeOeoeoeoe a In Our Prescript tion Department we use every possible precaution to it prevent mistakes Every quantity 0 is doubly checked every ingredient o cart fully tested And as for substi J- tuting another drug for thh one pre e scribed it is not to be thought of 0 Have us make up your prescriptions Jand you can feel safe that you are a getting exactly what your doctor P ordered LEO HAYDON J THE PRESCRIPTION STORE Joeoe eaQQQQdeQ O O J r I DrGIT I Burton RESIDENT DENTIST teeth Extracted with but Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY FirstlassPringfield firin Hasroti Block npstalrsI Local News Notes Springfield Lodge No 50 Fand A M will meet in called communication Monday even ng July 25th Work in M M degre Members of Sister Lod ges are irate rnally invited LosTOn July 13 a handcarved gold hinged Bracelet between Mr Jim Gregorys and town Regard if return ed to this office LosT undav afternoon on the Bards town pike a pair of gold rimed specks return to thisoffice- School Tax for the year of 1910 was due July 1 O C Wharton Treas The Lcrtre of the Baptist churchwill serve County Gonrt dinner in November During the high waters two weeks o a bunch of Geesecame to mv home FredericktowfC OwnerNn have sa by pro property and paying charges S B Nally Fo SALE A beau itul tone square piano Hinzeri 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 SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G GOWDY Prop We have a nUt ber of farms for sale at prices from 5CO to 2000 Good to bacco farms stosktfarms all kinds of farms See us for city property in BardstownIORVILLE ARNOLD OR DR DEATS Bardstown Ky The Ladies Aid Society of Christian Church willserve dinner founty Court day in September Patronage very thankfully received fElected sigInallywhere he was m upon the State Conyention of the B Y P U by being elected president also a director of the Kentucky Sunday School Assem bly While Mr Williams is classed among the young ministers ofthe State he is rapidly forging to the front in his profession and is now one of the best known Baptist ministers in Kentucky Miss CunninghamlmithI Cunningham were quietly married inI atefour oclock The ceremony was per formed by Father Walsh in the parlor andeBroadway In the presence of only a few friends of the young people who had accompanied them to Louisville Im mediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Cunningham left for a trip toj French Lick Springs from whence they willgo to Niagara before re urning Announcement At the request of Mr Charles Hun gate and Mrs Charles Hungate for merly Miss Olive Suttoniiboth of Wil lisburg Kv the SUN herebyannounces theyowere y forfreasons best knowp to themselves they thought best to not make their marriage public until the present timeIA Close C Mr and Mrs C W Hagan had quite a narrow escape from injury last Fri day They were driving to Lebanon from here and had nearly reached their destination when thay met an automo bile which ran into their buggy over turning it Mr and Mrs Hagan were thrown to the ground but fortunately escaped injury The buggy however was demolished and the horse injured 1but not fatally To Mammoth Cave July 28th from Springfield and al way stations on regular train 600 a m Only 379 round trip Board at hotel including admission to the several routs in the Cave for 550 A full and com plete trip to the great subterranean wonder only 925 One night for prom enade or dance Train will be held at Bardstown Junction for connection on return See L N Agent + I + ++ +++ iliJ IJttH IiI j fit t To Be Given Away + Will You Take Advantage of This OfferP 1 For Next 30 Days t We are Going to Give Away Our Profits + ifrWhite+ 1 f and Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels fit Napkins ReadytoWear Waists Silk end r i Satire Petticoats + t Rugs Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oil ClotH Window tSHades Wall Paper Lace Curtains Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Etc I t A few Ladies Tailored Suitesat HalfPrice A few Mens Suits at HalfPrice tJustReceive big line Childrens School Shoes at Low Prices + it t EXTRA SPECIALSaa 8 Regular 125 Lace Ci rtains75cGo for Per Pair Z 00Gofit R rtainsr 1 50Go for Per Pair Calicoes yard IJC ttit No Goods Charged at Prices W fit I The ROBERTSONCLAY INCORPORATED YROOKECO1 SPRINGFJEL tit t + + + + + +++ + ++ + + + Death of Infant By Valley Hill Correspondent David Franklin the infant son ol Mr and Mrs William of this place died on the 15th inst after haying suffered a severe attack of cholera infantum which was followed by a fatal attack of brain fever The little one was two years and seven months old and had always been in perfect health The playfulness of the little oneand its kind and loving disposition was the light and hope of its fond parents and had endeared the little life to all who came in Contact with it It seems a cruel fate indeed that should deprive this homeof such a precious jewel yet we must realize that God in his infinate wisdom plucks from the flower beds of this earth the bright est flowers with which to adorn His heavenly throne And in this death another rose bud has been replanted in a heavenly chalice there to unfurl its purest petals and blossom forth in celestial beauty continually throwing out its radiance oer those left behind May this little soul that has flown to its home in be the guiding star that directs itskond parents in these earthly trials ann in the end light1 their pathway through eternity to the golden shore where mother and babe father and son will again be united in everlast ing happiness is the prayer of the writer ghrist1anvices Saturday at 3 p m after which interment took place in the beautiful burial llonn Cemetery Hill A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger suffering often death to thousands who take colds co ha and lagrppethat terror of Winteriand hstuEeJupand a throatgripping cough Grip attacks as you value your WJtenIi not delay getting Dr Kings covery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunnof Pine Valley Miss af ter being laid up three weeks with Grip e3C9uKhsCJIils50 Si 00 Guaranteed by Haydon R bertson W OOGo + per 5c lope Cotton per yard 8 Above KENTUCKY + Bradshaw He4ven VALLEY HILL Although itis not a news item the fact is undeniablewe have recently had two or three of the hardest rains that have ever been recorded here Much damage was the result Mrs J W Hughes was hostess to the folio wing ladies on Wednesday Mrs C L Grundy Mrs J C Donahoe Mrs Palmer Goatley and Mjsses Mattie Tucker and Pearl Goatley Miss Katie Moffett of Louisvilleand Miss Hettie Kelly were guests of Mrs IJ R ONeal Tuesday Mrs Thos Baker and Miss Susie Ed gerton together with Mrs Hugh Leach man of Pleasant Grove were guests ot Mrs J L Moran on Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Sam Montgomery of Croaks Station visited relatives at this place last week end Mr and Mrs Homer Bradshaw of Bardstown were called here by tfiere cent illness and death of their little ne phew the infant son of William Brad shaw This section was considerably aroused when the intelligence reached here of the lynching of detective Ethenngton in Ohio and joins in heartfelt sympathy for the bereaved family and relatives OfJRo1ertSeveral from this place attended the ice cream supper at Mooresville Satur day evening There was a large crowd in attendance and a neat sum was real ized for the benefit of the New Hope Baptist church Miss Annie Jones ot Pleasant Grove will teach the fall term at this place to begin soon Miss Jones is an effici ent teacher and will doubtless give en tire satisfaction in our school PlaYIersmound artist VanDyke He does un errt nd he game and plays to wine all the time delivering deceptive curves to his opponents Mrs Eliza Mitchell returned to her home Sunday after having been at the bedside of her grandson the child of J R Williams of Midway who has been suffering from blood poisoning There is hope for his recovery Mrs S E Piles who has been on the fsick list for some months is somewhat improved at this Mr and Mrs Carneyof Moores ville visited their daughter Mrs Clayton Wofford Sunday Mrs William Derringer and Mrs Sid ney Grigsby have returned to their homes after a pleasant visit to relatives in Southern Indiana Mrs Claud Mullins is visiting relatI- ves at Perry ville this week Mrs Palmer Goatley is on the sick listat this writing Tatum Brown our local stock dealer Monday sold a load of stock in Louisville Miss Annabelle White of Springfield iis visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs T A Tatum this week Mr and Mrs E J Brown and little son E J Jr of near Springfield were the guests of Mrs S E Piles Saturdays and Sunday J T the little son of Mr and Mrs E S Goatley is recovering iiom slight illness- T C Tatum was in Springfield and Pleasant Grove Monday on business At last Jupiter Pluyius has turned dayiding us a rain and it was Mondav too Heres hoping for a brief dry spell t1at wefarmers may get ahead again Here is a Remedy That y Will Cure Eczema Why waste time and money experi menting with greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when Leo Haydons Drug Store guarantees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid thp skin of theg arm lite that causes the trouble laIthe agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO is sec populardruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation 2 Leo Haydons Drug Store Notice to ContractorsI have about 125 miles of Turnpik not under contract which 1 am ready to let contracts to be worked at once Also want to receive bids for the erection of an abutment of a bridge For plans and specifications calland see me a JRMAYESRoa Supervisor i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 20 sgtoSnn r l ASSIGNEES SALE OF TATHAMSPRINGSAs THURSDAY AUG 18 1910 ABOUT THE HOUR OF 100 OCLOCK P M At the front door of the Tatham Springs Washington County Ky sell at public auction all the property owned by said company consisting a seven acres of land on which is situated the cel ebrated Tatham Springs a twostory Hotel building Stables Power House Ice House Bowling Alley Servants Houses and other necessary outbuildings The Hotel contains about thirty bedrooms all fronting on broad verandas i and are all furnished with hardwood fUrJi1tureand bedding of all kinds The parlors office dining room and kitchen are all fully equipped with all necessary furniture suitable tor the continuation of the business as a health and pleasure t The hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Island above high water overlooking Chaplin River springbyThis property will be sold as a whole and for the reason that the owners cannot give the business itwcan proper management GThe property is situated on the Automobile line as established the Automobile Clubs of Ken projected trolly line from Louisville to connect with the trolly system now main f tainedn Central Kentucky and IS accessible by other conveyances from all points in the St- ateKThemerits of the Celebrated Tatham Vater is known throughout Kentucky and in other States kkr The natural advantages of this place in not surpassed by any simalr resort in Kentucky t propertytoyearsTheday of sale atthe rate of six per centum per annum and payable an wally with good security and con noteorinstaIlmentrthertime for payment than as above indicated the extension can be arranged on satisfactory terms to- be agreed on W E SELECM AN Assignee of Tatham Springs Co rThissale does not interfere witH the management of the r Hotel by Mrs Wornall this year iTEXAS 4 Mr and MrsL Arnold anddaugh ter Hattie were guests at the golden z wedding of Mr and Mrs Bob Minor of k near Gravel Switbh one day last week Mrs T R Peterson and children were at Simmstown Monday to see the for mers mother Mrs Peavy who is very ill with blood poispn Several from this place attended the moonlight party given at the home MrsLee Hiatt on Saturday night ofI Herman Purdom wife and of Springfield are visiting the formers parents Rev and Mrs R L Purdom Miss Stella May Begley was the inLouisVille1last day and Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Peterson ar d niece Miss Golden Peterson spent part of last week with relatives in Anderson and Nelson counties Mr and Mrs Robert Spencer and son Waldron of Kansas are visiting relatives here f Mr and Mrs Robert Minor of near Gravel Switch spent Monday with R L Arnold and family Mr and Mrs Frank Yankey of Sims town spent Sunday at CF Coca noughers MULBURSHILLSI or Mrs Florence Settles apdchildren spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Mr George Keeling and family at this place Enoch Masteen and wife were in Springfield Thursday on business Elisha Keeling wife and little son visited George Calvin and family at Ta tham Springs Saturday and Sunday Messrs Clendennis and Ezra Hale s spent Saturday night with Enbch Ma- en and family at this place Those who attended meeting at Pleas ant Grove from this place were Messrs Mitt Keeling Ollie Bishop and Misses Mattie and Della Keeling Ed Settles and family spent Sunday with Mrs Settles father at Scruggs ville Mitt Keeling and sister Mattie atten ded meeting at Rockbridge Sunday at ternoonErastus Perkins wife and little daughter spent Saturday and Sunday with her father John Armstrong and family BOOKER Emmett Settles bought of John Roy- altY eight hogs at 15200 also from Mrs Sweeney onecalfprice unknown Mr and Mrs W B Mann visited relatives in Marion county last week Mrs Gathfe Settle had a woolpicking last Wednesday Those present were Mrs B M Pile and daughter Miss Lillie Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie Miss Daisy Boblitt Mr and Mrs Joe Settle and little Louisa Butler Toe Goatley and family Misses Mary Moure and Susie Boblitt Messrs Theo Boblitt Charlie Settle Ruel Sweeney awl L G Pile Miss Phoebe Tingle was the guest of Mrs Ham Pile last week nlilingin Springfield Erastus Colvin and wife are visiting his father at Wilhsburg Ham Pile and wife attended the Mod ern Woodmen decoration atRockbridge Sunday last and dined with Squire Gor don nd family Sunday last- Ed Pile has bought frpm Emmett Set tIe a bunch of hogsfprice unknown Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more KingsNewness Dyspepsia Indigestion Liver troubles Kidney Diseases and Bowel Disorders Theyre easy but sUre and perfectly build up the health 25c at Haydon Rebertsons Springfield Brass BandBET- TER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed Address Pres Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky L Sale of Fine TobaccoF 1t 7 And Stock Farms By virtue of a decree of the Nelson Circuit Court I will as Master Com missioner of the Nelson Circuit Court on theI 8th Day ofAugust 191Q AT ABOUT THE HOUR OF 1 OCLOCK P M At the Court House in Bardstown Ky sell to the highest bidder what is known as the Basil Hayden lands containing in the aggregate 692acres on the Beech Fork river about two miles East of Woodlawn 72 acres of said land is in Washington county and the balance in Nelson county A large portion of this land is good bottom land and the other portion is splendid up land There is a great quantity of fine tobacco land in these tracts There is a splendid eight room residence on the home place good barns and other improvements The lands are suited to raising both tobacco or live stock No better lands jn Washington and Nelson Counties The portion in Washington County will be sold separately The home tract containing 526 acres will be sold in three parcels and teen at a whole the Com missioner accepting the bid yielding most money Said lands will be sold on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the purchaser to give bond with approved security the purchase money bearing interest from day of sale at six percent per annum W T Spalding M C cd1 GRAVEL SWlTtHI Mr and Mrs RL and child ren of Penick were the guests of the formers uncle Mr Nelson Hays the first of the week Mr and Mrs R H Minor who are among the most prominent people in this section celebrated their golden wedding last Monday The day was most pleasantly spent by Mr and Mrs Minor and about fifty guest among whom were many Rev J R relativesIappointment at urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs M T Harmon Mr and Mrs W O Harmon and Mr and Mrs T C Hays were the guests of relatives whIleIThe Pleasant Hill school began last Monday with a good attendance Miss Bessie Yankey is the teacher Mr arid Mrs William Daugherty of Rollings visited the latters aunt Mrs J H Isham the first of the week FAIR VIEW Owing to the wet weather the farm ers are far behind with their work A protracted meeting will begin at the Beech Grove church Aug 8 Rev Roddy of Harrodsburg will assist Rev H P Hatchett Mrs Ethel Mullins is spending this week with her father Mr Robert Mil burnMiss Josie Milburn spent Friday with her sister Mrs 0 Pope Lena Coyle spent from Tuesday until Thursday with Flonne Coyle Willie Coyle and family spent Friday with Clarence Coyle Miss Sadie Coyle spent Saturday with her sister Mrs Vallie Milburn A Bargain Farm Of 420 acres fine Shelby and Oldham county land on pike four miles south of Beards on L N Electric Line 200 acres blue grass about 85 acres overflow bottom balance fine upland in cultivation no wasteland a fine stock wheat corn or tobacco farm no better in thecorn belt of Kentucky a well built two story seven room dwelling and out buildings three ba ns three tenant houses fairlr good fencing plenty of water known as thij Forward farm Terms liberal Address or call Morgan Yew en Agent Bards own Ky BEAUTIEUL HAIR Leo Haydon Sells the reatest Hair Beautifier in the World Parisian Sage the grand a efficient hair restorer is guaranteed to perma ndntly remove dandruff in two weeks or your money back Parisian Sage stops falling hairit prevents the hair from fading It is the best beautifier ot ladies hair as it makes harsh lusterless hair fluffy sqft and beautiful It is a most refreshing and daintily perfumed dressing not sticky or greasy Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly guar anteed by Leo Haydon Price 50 cents a large bottle The girl with the Au burn hair is on every package- In the time I have used Parisian Sage I have found it very satisfactory both as a grower and dandruff cure Miss Ada M Bratt Hoosick N Y March 23 1910 I w ISPJUNGFIELD TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT lanrrIaoooO o ooaooaQ d oaNotes c o 0QVisitors In and Out of ownA o Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News o oooooooooooo C C McGill Miss May McGill and Rob McGill of Lebanon were guestsof Mrs Eliza Cain one day last week Mr and Mrs Heff Rubell of Leb anon are visiting Mrs Sallie Simms Dr W V Stallard and T C Camp bell are at French Lick Springs Mrs H McCauley and son are vis iting G E Medley and famil in Ow ensboro Dr N B Riley the cane special ist of Willisburg is very low with a complication of diseases and is not expected to live long He wants his many friends to come and see him R W Wathen spent Friday at St Marys Ed Willett has returned to Louisville to resume nis studies at the Spen cerian College Miss Elia McAtee of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here Mrs Mack Miller Mrs Smith and William Spalding of Bardstown spent Tuesday with Mrs Joe Claybrooke = Miss Paulme Atkinson has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Mrs Otha Hatchett Miss Lola Trustv who has been a guest ofher brother Dr W F Trusty for three weeks left this morning for h r htme in S bree Ry Mr and Mrs E E Boster of Har rodsburg are visiting Mr and Mrs J Y Mayes C T Cunningham of Greenwood- S C is visiting hiS parents Mr and Mrs A Cunnin hamIMrs Richard home near town of blood poisoning and grave doubts are entertained as to her recoveryMisses Marv and Catherine Spald ing of Bardstown are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs lien Hay don Misses Myrtle and Bess Campbell were in Louisville Thursday and Friday Kent Smith spent several days last week in Louisville Mrs C H McIntire will leave the last of the week for a visit to her father at Vinegrove Mrs George Greene and son Rich ard of Louisville are guests of relat ives here Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlisle Litsey and Miss Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon attended the SelecmanMc Chord wedding today Mrs E S Mayes and son and Miss Annie McElroy are spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Bnggs McElroy of Lebanon is with her sister Mrs R F McElroy at E S Mayes Messrs T Scott Mayes and C D Robertson have returned home After having spent a week at French Lick Springs Messrs H M Moss Iheo Campbell J C McElroy and Dr W V Stal lard are spending the week at French Lick Springs having motored there last week in Dr Stallards auto Miss Eleanor Duncan spent the day in Louisville yesterday Mrs A L Jenkins and daughter Miss Marianna are visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan Mr and Mrs L H Bellebaum were called to Stanton Ky Friday evening last by a telegram notifying them that Mrs Bellebaums brotherin law Ver non Burris had been killed that day while work r g in a sawmill Mrs FJ H Bellebaum of Bowling Green arrived here Friday evening on a visit to her son L H Bellebaum Mrs Finley Scruggs of Oklahoma City arrived today to be present at the McChordSelecman wedding Mrs James M Spalding of Kan sas City has returned home after a two months visit to her daughter Mrs G D Robertson Jr Misses Annie Cooper and Margaret Hagan are visiting friends in Lebanon this week Mesdames A H and G D Robert son Jr entertained Monday evening at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Lucy Selecman t r JII I Only a Few Pieses of I I PORCH AND LA WN chIjx Were Offering II ABSOLUTELY I 1ArCOTI I Leachman Campbells cI Furniture Store TT1G Mrs Robert Burris has returned LebIanon Mary Burton McElroy of ILebanon spent Thursday with Lucille Greene iMr and Mrs Chas Hardesty and guestsof familylispent at Owensboro IMiss Pless R ben of Lebanon week with Miss Ellen Simmc LallfeGates LDavisonIMrs Heffernan Rubellhas to her home in Lebanon after returnedI relatives here IJ S Greene is visiting in Bards town this week IMiss Louise Medley who has been the guest of relatives for the past Owensboro Be Something There is a moral grandeur in the tpoughtHI have made myself n The may wag their heads and you cm be denounced but if you are con s ious of that integrity of purpose that has always characterized you and that you now stand on an eminence placed there by your own rectitude of heart not1beyou had morea heart fixed and deter youI atIlast your anions will acknowledge your superiI ority and feel proud of being among the umber of your friends The man who is resolved to be something in the world should have nothing to fear and when he little dreams of it honors are gathering about his head and an influence goes out from him which is exerted silently cut surely for the good of thousands Hot Rye and all kinds of any morning oclock Married at JeffersonViIt Clarence H a of Lebanon and Miss Gillie Mattingly of Springfield were married in Jefferson Y Hie Friday night by Magistrate James Keigwin The bridegroom will22 years old next October He is a son of G C Alford a farmer who the pair and made an affidavit as to their ages The bride is 19 years old Her father who way Taylor Mattingly a farmer is dead A lady lawyer The following from the Mirror is an item of unusual interest Miss Mary Elizabeth Irwin Attorney and Counselorat Law may sound unusual but that is now the title of one of the bright ladies of Elizabethtown Miss Irwin took the examination for admission to the bar at Greensburg Tussday and was sworn in as a member of the bar on the same day The ex aminatiod which was rather lengthy and rigid was conducted by Judge Thurman and Attorneys J H Graham and Jeff Henry all of whom compli mented Miss Irwin on the splendid grades made by her For more than a year she has been engaged as in the law of Mr G K Holbert of this bar and has been reading law under his direction Miss Irwin isthe daughter of Attor ney J D Irwin and a sister of Judge Fletcher irwin ot this city She is the first lady lawyer ever turned out by and is one among the tew in the State She leaves today for Chicago She is a very lady and it is regretted by her fnends that she did not see proper to engage in the practice at this place When the stomach fails to perform its functions the bowels become de ranged thud kidneys congested causing numerous diseases The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de pended upon to do it Easy to take and most effective Sold by All Druggists The Suu and lA- Th prlngfleW Sun 9100 per year Th Sun and LA p LI II YOU CAN GET Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Bread Fancy Cakes By tfleven accompanied Elizabethtown stenographer office Elizabethtown bnghtybung Chamberlains CourierJournal GottiierJournal TELEPHONE 69 And your order will be PcootPtlY attended to and delivered r KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of our GRAPE JUICES J n WHEN BIG I3OSSFS MIXbY OHN BRANDcopYRtdMT Y THIi gVTHOFL ror PatOBrienas the railroad goes and that Is to the Jumpingoff place in the Pacific ocean Joe Dale owns the railroad Dales railroad moves r inginthese two men were sure to war for supremacy In the town and this is the story of how It hap pened The people of the town and the stockholders of the rail f onlyfurnisheddant proof that the story Is true Pat OBriens town calls him the cardinal In a moment ot angry defeat a silkstockinged ene urlydubbedname tickled the towns fancy and it stuck r The cardinal didnt mind He was too busy stockbrokermen like John the son and henchman of Joe Dale and when John bought and sold stocks it profitedthroughIwere powerful and their friendship financially controlsithewithterminalsItric road needed many political favors and the friendlonelnoddedhislegislatorsfollowed spelledAmericanthe solar spectrum to a neutral tint and marked anddealtdeadlyasthoownedtheAs John Dales business of owning the railroad grew greater and more complex he was more and betterGreek4t became necessary for him to ask favors of the openhand 001thepresidentDaloregardedfavors received and a final binding of the town boss to his chariot tail The cardinal knew that Pollock the editor received all his orders from somethingofrailroad kings ruling had become a habit with Joe Dale He made and unmade towns and the people In them at will and expected no other In movedInSometimes he mistook his man as when one day he went into the office of one of his eminent lawyerdeadness In a volume of Balzac tofroared law yer looked at him a long moment fOlwhatnovels crescendoror do any other dum thing fortoanY dum time or any dum placefor- tibsimoI dum please ending with a WagnerIan bang on the table- Whereupon Joe Dale changed the subject Dale thought he owned the president of thfe Daily Planet company but the cardinal had other thoughts about the matter Colonel Legarde thexiterstateaway The proposed extension would pass through another town or two on its way to tho lake and would parallel Joe Dales steam road Now Joe Dale and the colonel were bitterly at outs over various grabbings and snatchings each tad made at the others magnateship The cardinal could not see that this concerned him at all The extension would be a benefit and a convenience to the town There was money In ft for him The deal was on Then Joe Dale came from New York and sent ftr the cardinal The two men faced each other with the eyes of poker players in a game keen deep unfathomable For the rest it might have been a whiskered farmer in his Sunday suit meeting a city man otherwise correctly clad wearing a red red ascot tie I hear said Dale That the Interstate peo pie want a franchise for that foolish summer re sort extension of ill Irs I hear so tooe cardinal replied Welt lets cut t short They cant get It The extension would bea good thing for the c 1wnMr Dale I dont wan itit It parallels my road Your city council must refuse the franchise Here was no slushy talk or thought of the rights of people or of stockholders It was my road and your council The cardinal was undisturbed The people want it Mr Dale he said It will be a great convenince for travel between the towns and the lake t Dale measured his man again There were the cool unfathomable eyes the correct clothes the red tie The red necktie settled it OBrien was only a cheap politician after all He must be shown i opposethispresident of toePDaiiy Planet Publishing com 1alYIt wl lacG yotUJn a nasty light This was no new pEp the cardinal and his eyes were t theIhadntthought Z l HAU A PRIv re ZiP T1 OFPInPollock will roast you the magnate went on Of course he cant do it by name but he will do you up You must block this franchise I Insist on It as your friend Well Mr Dale Colonel Legarde is my friend too continued the cardinal The extension will parallel my road You must stop it snapped Dale irritated by the men tion of his enemys name He cared nothing about the extension Itself but that Colonel Le fighttheson and went on deliberately- It will bea hard thing to do Colonel Le garde is popularIt This second mention of Legarde was too much for the temper of the railroad king He blew up Dum Legarde he shouted You block that CranchlseoryoJWont be president of the Plan et company long Hold tin Mr Dale Dont set hostile Id no Idea you were so dead set against this thing Well I am And I dont want to have to tell you about it again You wont have to the cardinal assured him and departed well satisfied with the fact that promisehadchise Joe Dale went back to New York convinced that he had shown the man with the red necktie it was not safe for Joe Dales men to fool with the Dale buzz saw Apparently he had for when the franchise camp before the council it was chewed over chewed up delayed tabled ta ken up again juggled with side tracked and everything but killed outfight Public interest in It lagged Pollock of the Planet his fears soothed by the parliamentary acrobatics which he thought were only OBriens method of saying face took himself and his loaded editorial pen to New York on business This was the cardinals time land he acted quickly At the next meeting of the city council the franchise was rushed through But this Was rot all In the absence of Pollock the president of the Planet company assumed authority and newsdescriptionshead first page and doubleleaded indorsement of the councils action the need of Lacedaemon for the prorpsed road and the many benefits it would bring to the city on the editorial page The peo vie read and marveled Some laughed and oth ers of the knowJtogca sUK k di scared Dales FRANCm5OR oe iwe saner cowpafvy corro guns were spiked He had no other local means of attacking the franchise or the cardinal anm any way the deed was done All wondered whan he would do They didnt wonder long As fast as a rail road king can get over the frails Joe Dale cam to Lacedaemon He almost literally threw Daily Planet out of its office windows JhI and Jumped on its corpse He fired Pat OBrien from the presidency with force and arms It wouli have been tragic if everybody had not been grin nine at Dales futile wrath As It was the only satisfaction the irate railroad king got out of it was to tell a few party leaders who besought him to continue the paper or sell that he would let the Western Associated press franchise expire rather than see another fool paper like that in Lacedaemon Even this small satisfac tion was lessened when Pollock insisted on his salary being continued to the end of an ironclad fouryear contract Mr Dale went back to New York with new Ideas about city bosses and their waysThe episo te for it was only an episode in the life of busy Lacedaemon was soon almost forgotten The cardinal had shown Joe Dale that he was boss of the town Joe Dale had chopped off the cardinals presidential head in retaliation John Dale continued his business friend and cus tomer and the whole affair was dismissed from the cardinals busy mind as closed with honors evenDutJoe Dale was not through with Pat OBrien It Is a railroad kings prerogative to punish as well as to reward and for the punishment of OBrien Dale laid a trap the effective jness of which lay entirely in its simplicity Came John Dale one day to the cardinal and said Pat I have a private tip that a big kill jlng Is coming off In Nipper stock Buy me ten thousand at the market and hold on until I tell you to let go All right said the cardinal and bought another ten thousand as welt far his own account Nipper advanced a point He called in a few chosen Mends who formed a pool and invested heavily Nipper advanced two points five points Pat bought more he would pull out when John Dale did and retire from active business with his profitsJohn Dale himself had gone to New York on the day ho gave his order to OBrien Within a day Nipper began to sag Then It dropped below tho buying point The pool put up more mar gins The stock still dropped swiftly now and the other members of the pool became alarmed Pat reassured them Theyre shaking out the small blocks of slock lie said Then youll see her skyro ket Nipper continued to toboggan Pats friends were ly concerned They talked of sell ing and pocketing their losses but he showed them his hand Look here he said John Dale is in this thing up to his neck and wo know where he gets his private tips Heres What he has on my books alone As long as he holds on and keeps up his margins Im satisfied His friends knew the cardinal they knew he too was up to his neck they held on Suddenly Nipper went down like mercury in blizzard weather The friends were wildly alarmed They insisted that John Dale was giving Dick the double cross Though he did not be faro It he wired to New York for special and private investigation of John Dales movements there And after a little delay tidings came that made the poolsharers very sick men John Dale had gone to New Y0rk had a short talk with his father then gone straightway to his broker and sold short ten thousand Nipper at the market The profits on the sale as the stock went down would pay his losses on the Lacedaomon purchase Meanwhile Joe Dale would see to it that Nipper did go down until Pat OBrien was utterly swamped Of course the pool made haste to sell out Joh Dales private tij had been a prophecy A killing had been made and OBrien and his friends were the slaughtered ones When the debris was finally swept up the cardinal who had plunged fierce lyon his own private account found himself er by some 750000 It had cost him that mu c Butbe Double the WheatYield- Yourof Land Crop rotation and good tillage will not do it all You need fertilizer need Armours In ordoj to secure a proper return on the investment in your land you MUST increase the yield per a- creArmours Fertilizersfor wheat have 3 record of always producing the heaviest yield Use them this Fall Grow more wheat Make more money Ask your dealer Armour Fertilizer Works Chicago Whats the Answer Were readY to quit After sending two Perfectly rhynied carefully scan ned pleasurably sentimental pieces of poetic junk vente en magazines and having tOEs returned seventeen times we the current issue of a new mouthy and find a pome modeled after Kiplings Vampire and in which home is supposed to rhyme with alone run on page eleven with all the swell curlycues ordinarily surrounding a piece of real art If poetizing is a gift we are convinced that this poets must have been As for us we are on our way to the wood shed to study the psychology of the ax or any other old thing that hast t to do with selling poetry to magazines It Is a Mistake Many have the idea that anything will sell if advertised strong enough This Is a great mistake True a few sales might be made by advertising an absolutely worthless article but It Is only the article that is bought again and again that pays An example of the big success of a worthy article is the enormous sale that has grown up for Cascarets Candy Cathar tic This wonderful record Is the result of greattmerit successfully made known through persistent advertising and the mouthtomouth recommendation given Cascarets by its friends and users Like all great successes trade pi publicbyappearance to Carcarets Care should always be exercised la purchasing well advertised goods especially an article that has a national sale like Cas car ets Do not allow a substitute to be palmed off on you Well Wasnt He Right theSundaytalk to you for a few moments about one of the most wonderful one of the iuost important organs in the whole world he said What Is that that stoppingwake or sleep night or day week in and week out month Iri and month out year in- land year out without any volition on your part hidden away In the depths as it were unseen by you throbbing throbbing rhythmically all your life long During this pause for oratorical effect a small voice was Iheard I know Its the gas meter Those Awful Roaches They sneak out on the kitchen sink and look at you saucily sometimes Dont fret your life away dusting powders in the crevices and buying insectl EasyTaskiRoach and his family thrive where togleanimpossibleEasyOther quarters It keeps moths out of Woolens too if you use It in your laundry Looked Like a Pattern My dear asks the thoughtful hus band did you notice a large sheet pf paper with a lot of diagrams on it about my desk You mean that big piece with dots thingsallYes It was iny map of the path of Halleys comet I wanted toMy goodness I thought it was that pattern I asked you to get and the newshirtwaistPost He Rose to It Io you know said a little boy of five to a companion the other day father and r know everything Wha- I t dont know my father knows and What my father dont know I know N repliedtheAsia 1IIt was a stiff one but the youngster never faltered Well that he answered coolly is ono of the things my father kjnows Harpers Bazaar He Had Been Observing Why dont you call your Invention the Bachelors Dutton l II asked my friend who was about toj put on the market a button that a mpn could at tach without needle or t1read I fear that the appellation woul imply too much restrictiveness he answered You see he went on give ing me one of his knowing smiles I expect to do just as much business unachelors4i At the Summer Resort I think Ive seen you before some here anhd were easons ago werent we IHED HAD SOME HARD KNOCKS Fortune knocks once at everyman s door Fortune Is a knocker all right A BAD THING TO NEGLECT Dont neglect the kidneys when you notice lack of control over the secretions Passages become too frequent or scanty urine is discolored and sediment appears No medicine for such troubles like Doan u Kidney Pills They quickly remove kidney Ill disorders Mrs A E Fulton 311 Skidmore St Portland Ore says My limbs swelled terribly and I was bloated over the stomach and had elpuffy spots beneath e eyes My kidneys were very unhealthy and the secretions much disordered The dropsical swellings began to abate after I began using Doans Kidney Pills and soon I was cured Remember the name Doans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo NT Unflattering Truth A Chicago physician gleefully tells a child story at his own expense The five children of some faithful patients ratherflong youngest and most indiscreet let slip the better truth We felt so sick that te wanted awfully to do something naughty but we were afraid to be bad for fear you and the nurse would give us mora hor- rId medicine So we were awfully glad to see you always cause you made us stick out our tongues We stuck em out awful far Spontaneityf said the aspiring statesman but not un less I am the peoples choice We can fix that toosatd his campaign manager only you know its a good deal more expensive to be the peoples choice than it is to go in as the compromise candidate Notes and Comments Church Does your neighbor play that cornet without notes Gotham Yes but not without com mehts Ypnkers Statesman The morning after is responsible fox many good resolutions DelightfulDesserts and many other pleasing dishes can be made with Post Toasties A crisp wholesome food servedWith fruits or berries it is delicious The Memory Lingers ThingsMadetells how Sold by GrocerspkgslOc sad 15e POSTUM CEREAL CO LTD Battle Creek Mich I I I I I SERIAL STORY c4n Heirint- ocTVffllions By Frederick ReddaleycAuthor v The Other vYTanwetc Illustrations byRay Walters Copyright by J B Lippincott Co I SYNOPSIS mllItonalroapropertywas separated years before and of ctellsquarrelafterward that she and his daughter were YorkIntroducIng oftwentyCHAPTER III I The exigencies of the story carry us westward once more The scene is the San Francisco office of Messrs Carboy Passavant Cozine The 1Ime six weeks subsequent to the funeral of Andrew Meleen There en 1 ers to the private room of our old friend Phineas Carboy a certain Roger Hews who at sundry and divers times acted In the capacity of confi dential agent for the firm even a lit tle detective work came occasionally In his line a quiet sleek unobtrusive sort of fellow outwardly strawcolored as to hair and closely trimmed whis kers soberly dressed aged about thirtyfive agile as a mountain cat shifty as a red fox anda walking ad vertisement of the truth of that old adage about still waters running deeply quothMrLast night sir How did you find those matters In Pennsylvania sayEverything expectedcConcerning Mrs Meleen now Were you able to confirm her mar riage and subsequent decease The woman filed on the 10th of October 65 and was buried in Nantl coke township I could find no record of her marriage to Mr Meleen These statements were perfectly true an their face AndQtte childwhat of the child There was no record of either its birth or death This was a deliberate lie Thats awkward exclaimed Mr Carboy Meleen distinctly stated that there was a child How do you accouht for the discrepancy Very simply If the mother died fn travail and the child with her as I inferred from your Instructions there might naturally have been no record of the infants entrance Into or departure from the world In all likelihood the baby would not even be named Thats not altogether improbable assented the lawyer scratching his nose But the point is a vital one It is hardly likely that Meleen could have been mistaken in his belief and yetAre you altogether sure of your tacts 7 Perfectly was the unflinching reply Which was lie number two Any collateral evidence on the matter such as neJghbrhoodgosslp or the recollections of the oldest Inhabi tant Nothing of the sort that I could discover said the unblushing Hews This was lie number three No one seemed to remember An drew Meleen or his wife he went on lying glibly which is not sur prisipg if as you led me to infer he was then only a common mlneworker and If as seems to be undisputed he Biever revisited the place 0True enough Carboy admitted He had perfect confidence in Roger Hews who on more than one occasion had served the firm faithfully Well the way seems to be clear kfor us to advertise for the missing p nephew or ofher next of kin Martha Meleen in all human probability has preceded her brother across the Great Divide v Iihould say that was the next atep sir rejoined Roger Hews In level tones as though the fact that twenty or thirty million dollars were atstake possessed for him no interest at all But that sleek exterior covered a seething volcano of a plot which had for its hatchment and its goal tho personal and private aggrandizement of Mr Roger Hews Ifc his report to Mr Carboy he had deliberately sup cheerfullyliedproved false to the trust reposed in him troubled his exceedingly rubber like conscience not a whit He was about to play the game of his life It was a daring schefte and might not pan 6ut worth a cent as he admitted to himself but It was worth trying fkuMwfcat to the surprise of Mr Carbpy when be mext desire the services of Roger Hews he was im formed that the gentleman kad gone east leaving no address CHAPTER IV A rainy November day in New York the trees of the parks and squares shrouded In mist and dripping with moisture the pavements shining with wet and the gutters running full Altogether a thoroughly wretched y ana a very proper morning for ly g late abed with ones pipe and the Sunday paper So thought Wilfrid tennis thanking the gods for the one blessed day In seven made for tired men when it was not necessary to turn out and hurry downtown- It was characteristic of the desultory nd fragmentary reading habits of the oung man that he Regularly consumed assimilated would be too strong a- ordthe hybrid contents of the average Sunday sheet News scandals fashionable and sprUng Intelligence foreign affairs and editorials Re ligiously would he wade through every numbered section from the Lostand Found column to the Shipping ItemsOn this particular Sunday he had pursued the usual routine saving the Personals to the last chuckling over their various gaudy baits for the unwary and wondering if the affection te blonde young lady with a good dis osition and a ditto figure ever succeeded In meeting or catching her elusive affinity He had lazily made his way about halfway down the first column when he came to the following INFORMATION WANTED CONCERN Ing the whereabouts If living of Martha Meleen formerly ot Cardiff Wales who emigrated to the United States about 1860 or should she have married and Is now deceased of her descendants If any A liberal reward will be paid on application to Carboy Passa vant Cozine Temple Court New York city Welsh papers please copy Wilfrid Stennis read it Idly at first and with unseeing mind Then the name Martha Meleen caught his truant attention and with bated breath pipe suspended in air he read the thing through again taking in every detail Martha Meleen he ejaculated half aloud letting the paper1 1moth ers maid namer by all thats holy I wonder whats up He jumped out of bed walked to the window and took a survey of the dreary vista of Washington square and its arch all ghostly in the fog in order to clear his mental vision and confirm the impression that he was wide awake Then he pickedup the paper and again rjead the notice all through Hanged If I know what to make of- ti he exclaimed hurrying into some clothes Taking the paper and carefully It at the proper place he Chuckling Over ThelrVarIous Gaudy Baits for the Unwary went across the pall and after knocking at a certain oor unceremoniously entered without eing bidden A young fellow of about his own age was oc cupied precisely as Stennis had been beforetheIrideasdently coinciding to a hair Here Matt old man read this and Wilf tell us whattYOuthlnk of It said The Aold man who happened to be Stennis junior by three or four years took the paper handed to him and read the momentous advertisement through twice Then handing back the sheet Vell whatTibout it he said The namemy mother you know exclaimed Stennis her name was Meleen before she was married She was from Cardiff too now I come to think of it The devil you say ejaculated Stanley Matthews dropping a pair of pajamaclad extremities over the edge of the bed Read it out loud wit you Wilfrid complied Seems as if yQU were the descendS ants right enough guess fellow theyre after Will When are you going to surrender yourself Nonsense exclaimed Stennls testily What does it mean any how Doesnt say anything about return and all will be forgiven does il inquired the incorrigible Matthews You go to the devil said the badgered Wilfrid as he flung out of the room banging the door Ill take it around and show It to Eunice he said to himself its Just about time to catch her coming home guesswhatsanguine estimate otf ihe girls powers at divining the hidden significance in a purposely blind advertisement such as that which Messrs Carboy Passa vant Cozine hadcauUouslyinserted Naturally Eunice was no wiser than Wilf at solvfxg the temporary mystery but his excitement proved contagious and with an unwonted flush In her pretty cheeks she scanned the lines over and over again Oh we cant tell what It slgniHe she at length exclaimed You will see these people In the morning Wilt Its of no use worrying or exciting ourselves in the meantime This was such an eminently sensible view of the matter that Wilfrid was fain to acquiesce Yet this tem porary shelving of the difficulty did not prevent them from recurring again and again to the fascinating topic all through the remaining hours of that momentous Sabbath Under the rather skilful question manyhaUforgottenfxagmentsof ers history but nothing that seemed to shed any light on the possible or probable motive behind the newspa per notice ensuingMondaystore Wilfrid called at Temple court Of course he was hours too early a sulky and stupid boy was tho sole representative of the majesty of the law in the quarters occupied by that emlj nent trio Carboy Passavant Cozine of New York Chicago and San Fran Cisco So there was nothing for it but tt curb his impatience and wait for tho noon hour when he would be at liberty for a brief spell At the second attempt he was more fortunate and had the satisfaction of sending in his name on a slip of paper to the resident member of the firm Mr Horatio Passavant with the state totheday before He was immediately ushered into an inner officeIThis is a quicker nibble than we dared expect Mr ah Stennis quoth the great man puffing ponder ously and waving him to a seat May I inquire in what way you are inter ested lam the son of the late Martha Meleen said Wilfrid simplywAh yes very coursetGlad to know you Mr er ishBut the proofs now In such a case as this you see with colossal inter ests at stake we have to proceed with fllowIf by proofs you mean to question that I am what I say began Wilfrid getting hot under the collar why Mr Horatio Passavant deprecatingly waved a fat hand liberally studded with rings In the law young sir every statement must be substantiated by proofsunless it be axiomatic You assert that you are the son of Martha errStennis born Meleen I ask for such the otificateregister of your own birth and parentage the official evidence of your mothers deathall Very simple mat ters in tlifijse days of carefully kept statistics but vital my dear sir essentially vital This old fellow likes to hear himself talk was Wilfrids Irreverent inward comment as he listened to the deliberately wellmeasured periods delivered with due oratorical effect as the speaker were addressing a But aloud he said with a brought them with me what might be required or indeed what was the object ot your advertisement but all the things you speak qf ought to be easily obtained My mother was married in this city I was born hero and hers she and my father died sensibly putcouldnothae presented it better myself said Mr Passavant soothingly nodding his bald head like a mandarin image thereby bringing into prominence no less than three separate and distinct double chins Now as to your mothers place oi nativity You Say she was born in New York I didnt says Wilfrid impulsive ly blurted out she was a native bl Cardiff in Yes yes tob1eSure And your fa ther now Was he a Welshman My father ws a New Yorker hA died when I was very young and can hardly remember him MotheiI was a widow for over 20 years her sole support nearly all that time Exactly kind and dutiful son and all that sort of thing commented Mr Passavant beaming benignly flu Ii had your mother no relatives to whom she could appeal for assistance The question was asked in the dry legal tone as one of no special moment the questioner absently fingering some paper on the desk before him TO BE CONTINUED What IB Education Education says Prof Huxley the instruction of the intellect In the laws of nature under which name include not merely things and their forces but men and their ways and the fashioning ot the affections and of the will into an earnest and loving desire to move in harmony with those laws For me education means neith er more or less than this Anything which professes to call itself education must be tried by this standard and if it falls to stand the test I Will no call it education whatever may bt the force of authority or of numbers upon the other side Lessons of Experience About all experience seems tbteacfc some people is the fool notion that they can do it txgaln without getting hurtAtchison Globe No Use Putting It Off It Is always easier to do an unpleaa kIlt thing today than tomorrow Many Countries Speak Spanish Spanish is the official Las uagi i 22 nations or states 1 i BEAUTY RESTORED BY BABY Queen of Holland Looks Like Old 8lfSince Little Princess Was Born Amsterdam Photographs Just taken of Queen Wilhelmlna of Holland and her baby tell a wonderful tale of maternal happiness and satisfied earnings 1The baby has changed the queen Into a pretty womanagaln A few years ago tlie world was Prlncess Juliana of Holland thocked to see that the once lovely nd charming young queen had turned nto a haggard and prematurely aged womanThe Dutch people saw the change with sorrow and sometimes with In dignation for they were disposed to attribute It partly to the misconduct of the prince consort The loss of the queens good looks as without doubt almost entirely due the repeated disappointment of her opes of motherhood The disappoint meat was in the first place natural such ts amy normal woman might have felt This natural feeling was intensi ed by patriotic sentiments Th queen realized that it was her duty o provide an heir to the throne in order to preserve the succession in her own family and to prevent complications which the whole Dutch nation dreaded The queen at her accession was the last member of the ancient royal house of OrangeNassau who is really Dutch There are Other de scendants of the family through the femalo line but they are all Germans r foreigners The Dutch have always suspicious of German designs on their country and apparently with good reason Now the nearest heirs to the throne after Queen Wilhelmlna are not only German princes but officers in the German army It appears to the Dutch that one of these gentlemen If placed on tho throne of Holland would be very serviceable In adding the country to Germany- A rather astonishing but very pretty scene occurred the other day Two high dignitaries of the court tim Baron Snouckaert de Schauburg and the Dowager Baroness de Harden brock des Heerartsberg and bacht born countess of LImburgSUr- urn entered to announced to the queen the arrival of a great political officer the Baron Schlmmelpenmck Van der Oye president of the states general who came for an audience with her majesty by appointment These great personages were sur pried to see her majesty the queen of the Netherlands crawling about on her hands ant knees on the floor wIth the little Princess Juliana heiress to the throne on her back The queen was playing geegee with her baby It is this sort of thing that pleases the Dutch The happy feeling among the people has had much to do with restoring her good looks anti good spirits to Queen Wilhelmlna She is made happy not only by mother love but by the thought that she has done her dnty QtlibertAppendicitis Contagious London Dr theJthmicroorganism nrry under certalji conditions be conveyed from Individ ual to In lvidualrWomen Need Work London The first labor exchange for women In England was opened Hordes of women and girls of all ages applied immediately for work giving painful evidence of the shocking number of women unemployed Among the applicants were stenographers dressmakers milliners ten ers and domestic servants He Made Two Pollywogs parisEugene Batillon profeitsor of biology at the University of Dijon announced before the Academy of Sci ences that he had succeeded in de veloping two tadpoles by producing traum Usm in a frogs eggs with a platinum wire The experiment con stitutes a most important advance in the phenomenon of parthenogenesis A Year Later- I havo often wondered snapped the bride of a year why I ever married you vith all my money I suppose sneered the husband it was because you couldnt have married m without it ROOSEVELT RETURNS AND IS GIVEN AN OVATION SELDOM EQUALT f The Mighty Traveler Goes Buoyantly Through s iong and Trying ReceptionParade Sh owiiig Lively Interest in Everything American j The Jlforr From Mr Roosevelt and Family Y i Theodore Roosevelt and Party In Whit Steamer After fifteen months absence exact ly as scheduled Colonel Theodore Roosevelt disembarked from the Kal serin Auguste Victoria Saturday morn ing JUno 18 at 11 a m To the keen disappointment ofa large group of velt absolutely refused as heretoforeI to beiinterviewed or to talk on politi cal subjects but his rapid fire Of ques tions showed the same virile Interest in public affairs as before If the welcome tendered by the vast throng may be considered a criterion upon which to base a return from Elba surely there was no disco rdant note in the immense recep tionjiarade nor In the wildly clamor ous crowd which cheered at every glim Se and hung on his very word Tile incidents of the day In New Yorli were many but perhaps none better illustrated the nervous energy and vitality of the man the nearimania to bE upanddoing which he has brought back to us than the discard fag of horses and carriages for the swifter and more reliable automobiles The moment the Roosevelt family and Trying to Satisfy Him Squeamish Guest as waiter places water before him Waiter are you sure this Is boiled distilled water Waiter J am positive sir Squeamish Guest putting it to his llpsBut it seems to taste pretty hard for distilled water Waiter Thats because its hard boiled distilled water sir A Protection Against the Heat When you begin to think its a per sonal matter betwce9iou and the sun to scO which buy yourself a glass or a bottlo of CocaCola It is cooling relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink At soda fountains and carbonated in bottles 5c everywhere Send 2c stamp for booklet The Truth About CocaCola and the CocaCola Baseball Record Book for 1910 The latter contains the famous poem Case At The Bat records schedules for both leagues and other valuable bascbdll information compiled by authorities Address The CocaCola Co Atlanta Go 1Ther Inevitable BrIsgs I dont think much of TJn derblossom Hes a scoundrel Holies In his teeth Griggs Why shouldnt he His teeth are false Life I Important Mothers Exajralne carefully every bottle of CAST RIA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children and see that it Signaurcoff7In The Killd You Have Always Bought Theatrical expense accounts come under he head of play bills 2rL Wlnrtows Soothing Syrup InaxnaUon1Iays Manfe a man enjoys a pipe because his wife hates 1- tII a I 75usr IStXTS canyon sell lots in a county ceatand comrner ontractlWrite Immediate party landed they wera whisked away in White Steamers to the home of Mrs Douglas Robinson at 433 Fifth avenue A little later when the procession reached the corner ot Fiftyninth street and Fifth avenue Colonel Roosevelt again showed his preference for the motor car in gen eral and the White cars in particular when he Cornelius Vanderbilt and Col lector Loeb transferred from their car riage to White Steamers which were in waiting for them After luncheon at Mr Robinson hohse the entire party including Colonel Roosevelt again entered Whlt cats and were driven to Long Island City where they were to take a special train to the exPresidents home at Oyster Bay The supremacy of the White cars with the Roosevelt party was again demonstrated on Sunday when the party was driven to church in the White Steamers and a group of some forty prominent ROugh Riders were taken In a White Gasoline Truck to a clambake at the Travers island club house of the New York Athletic Club 1isCARTERS UTTLE UVER PILLS righiinTheydo ACure Coutjpt tiliiieaDeSa ladigeatie Hi Skis Mesch HU DOSE F1ICI GENUINE must bear signature YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT Ifi acounty seat in center of uranUo VaUejr and InH cation raUroad canals court bouse bank cchor DAISY FLY KILlER iN tARTE vriiilorpIe4 iywbers SheZtI1enuta tIconTeitc2sj AIISalw fiVUtjIdkI ortntpreptitfor 80JIUI O1MIk1b- A5rskIZ35wTS 2O 1YOUISurncs400 Court and Broadway Cincinnati Obis UpSet SickFeeling that follows taking a dose of castor oil salts or calomel is about tho Ughitgiveshave to have it CASCARETS move the bowelstone upth liver without these bad feelings Try them w CASCARETS roe a box for a seeks treatment nIl druggists SUggest seller lathe world a month of this paper de Keaders irin I 0 buy anJthiDst dver izponhAYingbblutea or imltadoas t DEFIANCE STMCHKSSother starches only onnce tuao price and DEFIANCE IS SUPERIOR QUALITY PYOU1LIDEAS TneyraayfcrtBf BU 1S5 EltaeenUd Jt Co PaUAttr Bas KWa toB W UJ CINCINNATI NO 291910 I II THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 r 3J rSoereiT up Considerably Harry Sommers has an excellent me mory and in his paper the EUzabelh towmNews saysHIt used to be said with some truth years ago that the meetings of the Kentucky Press Asso ciation were one big howling drunk It can nolonger be said The meeting of the Press Association at Middlesboro was a superb test of the sobriety and temperance of the Kentucky editors It was the wettest town they ever struck and drinks of all kinds were as free 1 wjttec and seemd to be more abundant TKis fact coupled with the insistence of the hospitable citizens of the mountain city that we should eat drink and be mdrry made the tempt vtion About as great as possible yet there was not a single newspaper man Mniall the four days under the influence ofliquor and nearly half of them did not touch a drop LuiS is to the credit f the Kentucky Press Association and Hor real temperance we put them tany other organization in the againstI Prodigal Come Home anIexchangeQuarles colored ot Paris who is advertised as The Black Moody gave an open air dramatization of the para ble ol the prodigal son Sunday after- nOon Atter preaching fervently on the parable tu a colored audience which packed the building he led the congregation to the brow ofahill In response to his calls Come home boy Come hOQ1ela youth clothed in rags appear ed afaroff climbed a couple of fences and dejectedly approached Black Moody who wejcomsd him with open arms and kisses Then there was a procession headed by the prodigal and the evangelist whocarried an axe on his shoulder and behind them was a fatted calf led by a girl On an elevated stage a robe was placed on the boy and a opwn on his head The ciimax c me when the preacher brandished the axe over the calf s neck A departure from the Scripture was the interposition of the girl holding the calf and in response to her pleading Black Moody lower ed the blade and the fatted cali was not slaidSTeething children have more or less diarrhca which can be coittrolled by giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy All that is necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bowels more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the sv stem It is safe and sure Sold by all druggists Ten Years Hence Hereis the way the papers will write up weddings ten years hence CaThe bride looked very well in a tray- cling dress but all eyes were centered upon the groom He wore a dark suit- that fitted his form perfectly and in his dainty globed hands he carried a small beautifuUyidoneand the best quality floated down the aisle as he passed The young people will miss him now that he is married He is loved by all tor his many accomplish ments his tender grace and his winning ways The bride commands a good salary as bookkeeper and the groom will miss none of the luxuries to which he has been accustomed A crowdof pretty men saw him off at the depoLEc Kentucky fair Dates 1 Madisonville July 195ds 4 daysLancaster daysDanville TaYlorsvilJe August 94days August 95 days iHaVrodsburgf August 94 days j erryville August 164 days Vanceburg August 104 days JLawrenceburg August 164 days Shepherdsville August 173 days Broadhead August 173 days SEwinT August 17 4 davs Shelby ville August 234 days London August 234 days daysErlangerNicholasville Augusta O3 days Fern Creek August 303 days Hardinsburg August 30 3 days Bardstown August 314 dabs Barboursvi lie August 312 days Florence September 63 days Monticello September 63 days Hodgenville Septemfv 63 days Falmouth Sept mbel 28 days Kentucky State Fair ouisville September 126 days 100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will b Spleased to learn that there is at least one dre d disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that 4s Catarrh HallsCatarrh Cure i the only positive cure now known to the medical fr Catarrh being cQnstitutionadl8e8Se requires a constitutional tratncnt Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol the system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by bnildtng up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing- its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by drugjriste 75eSTake Halls ri1i y Pills for constipation t L THE DUCK HAND Ij jOrigin of the Name of This Griup f1 Daring Criminals According to thiS Ctilteii States se rrot service the Black fund Is a title coumioo to iiuiuineruble groups aof HinliiulsopenultiK under the direction of some secTtit ceutnil government These nice are blaikinuilers using murder arson kiilunning and bomb throwing punishments for those Wilt will uot submit to their iniquitous demands BlutU Rand is In short a handy name for a brand of crimp pe culiar to Italian trlminals who are suc cessful in it btvaiise of the lemMra went of the foreign tiunilgntiits and their inborn dread of the extortionist Whether tnefciiira government which guides the Black Band society Is lo cuted in the United States or In Italy is something wlilcb neither tilt Ituliiiii nor Ameriian nutboritles can discover United States oftiVers say tht name of the American Black Hand emanated from Chicago about ten years ago when one of the first of many myate noun murders ju the Italian quarter renmiued unsolved The vlctliu of tbe murder had received a warning that death would follow lila failur to con tribute a specifled sum of money The letter was embellished with a crude drawing representing a list clutching a dagger The tisf and dagger gave the name Black Band Dialer to become un pleasantly familiar to every citizen of theA country and the sinister sketch was soou a ourpof terror to all law abiding Jtalians VIde World Maga zinc- A SAMOAN FISHING BEE Trapping the Game With a Leaf Chain- Hat a Mile Long IA Sumatra tishiog bee is a unique to witness Corouiiut leavesinre- gathered In ubunduue und secured doubled and tripled end to ejid to form a long prickly chain round In appearance and about three feel in di ameler These leaf chains are often woven to a length of half U utile theISamoan canoes When the tide is high the chain Is stretched across some convenient place supported by natives In their paopaos or simply wading wbere- the shallowness will permit The co coanut seine is then submerged und slowly forced shoreward the prickly points driving the flab before them When tbe point Is reached where She andithe natives after securing thc ends to the beach retire and wait for tbe tide to recede leaving tbe fish high and dry It Is often found tbat large liMb are driven onnd caught in this inanuer but since they are capable of jumping the barrier jtbey are dispatched with spears at once The catches of fish thus made are sometimes enormous and often number thousands Los An geles Times The Flag of Denmark In the year 12W King Waldemar of Denmark when leading his troops to battle against the Livonians saw or thought be saw a bright light iu tin form of a cross In tin sky He hold this appearance to be a promise of divine aid and pressed forward to vie tory From tbis time he hud the cross placed on the flag of his country and called It the Dnnnebrog that Is Hie of Denmark Aside from legend there isno doubt tftat his flag with the cross was adopted by Ieu thlltIsallqrs wbo were distinguished for courage were allowed to belong The flag of Denmark a plain red banner bearing on it a white cross is tbe oldest flag uow in existence For 300 years botlf5Iorway and Sweden were united With Denmark under this flair Free ChildsRemedy What mother is not looking for something that will help Her children in the little His of life something for the stomach and the bowel trouble Longago she prob ably has become convinced that a ptllIan annoy ance that usually they work too drastl powSonus Any mother who will take the trouble of sending her name and address can ob remedythatand now paying for This remedy is Dr Caldwelfs Syrup Pepsin and the offer of ft free trial bottle is open to any mother who has not yet used it Having used it and convinced yourself that it is what you want you can obtain it in the fu ture of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just asso many others are doing the free sample being simply to convince you of its merits It Is the best way tOh begin on It Mrs L pavls of 187 W Harrison street Chicago streetLouisville theyhavehouse sinceSIt is undoubtedly a great family remedy as It is adapted to all ages being mild and pleasanCto take and yet thor oughly effective It is especially the Ideal remedy for children and women and old folks who need something pure mild and natural It has the advantage of be- Ing a thorough laxative and yet contains tonic properties Uso it for the most stubborn constipation Indigestion liver trouble headache sour stomach guaranteethat pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelYtreeletter and he will reply to you in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B CaldwelIR600 Cald well building Monticello HI Dads Tryanny Continued from last week the tilIng It wont take me toeWlearn and Ned rtront mind lrU iat at first hI should say not broke In N ti rapturously and somewhat ambiguously Not so fast my little chickadee It was absurd thought Heloa that father should tre it them like a pair of irresponsible you ig children Ned too seemed to feel a moyed as he waited politely for his as plred to fatherinlaw to proceed And what he si Id fell upon their astonished earn like the knell of doodi IJelen shall no marry you until she can cook and I row and bake md stew and make her own bats addresses and IFntbcr came slmultffne both young people rose to their feet Mr Marsden regarded them with pretended surprise- I thought Helen that I understood routo say It wouldnt take long to learn hButbut she stammered at a Ipss for words Helen can cook Ned broke In Didnt she cook the supper tonight And would yoube wIlling to sit down to such a mcAl every night I would with Helen replied that rash young man promptly and was stantly rewarded by a luminous op tIed message froTh his adored one- Again father chuckled She had never known him to be quite so pro yoking thought Helen and wished de voutly that her Indulgent mother were at home Yell wo will not argue the matter any further said Mr Marsden And with that they had to be con Itent i o e s Two whole yearslpassed7vears filled with fretful but hopeful waking for nied and H leujl shall think your love Is not very deep If It cannot stand such a little test her father had remarked obdurately Nor would he ai low a cooklug school course Bosh und nonsense said he Your mother can bent theta till I want you to be q practical housekeeper At last the proud Way of Helens graduation came a mug A goodly company assembled around time table wellcookIpared alone hecifatherconcocted by Helen He pulled nj wry face at the recollection There was a loud laugh allanjund I rcmotubfr that night and a few others chimed In Brother TackJ I was bustwr that week buying rtiy meals at restaurants SThere was more good natured cfiaff lug and laughter of which E len took in smiling good humor She felt solid ground under her foot now and her one time Impatience and reSeut ment against her father bad melted luto gratitude She too had learned to observe and hlnkoShe was her fathers daughter As for Ned he had stood the test andj Incidentally now had a snug little bunk account His admiration for Helens cookery Helens gowns and Helens hats wits unbounded Yes as soon as you please now said her father when consulted about the wedding day date Im sorry I bad to pose as a tyrant but reallyV wiseouiadministered a hug and kiss IAnd Irs Inrsden secretly resolved that when her youngest daughter re turned from hoarding school she would not wait for something to happen before site initiated her Into the art of keeping house The Chinese Stage The Chinese present their plays on a bare platform without scenery says a writer In Everybodys probably did the lord chambtrlnlnjiIservants of the Globe 1ran1ciscoused to sit on the side edges of the stage so close to the actors that I bisIlejjs of a spectator Just soi we are informed sat the dignitaries and not abilities who attended the Globe in Shakespeares tline No woman treads the boards of China We knW that- the parts of Ophelia Port I1ltoHalindIall Shakespeares galaxy till Women were created by boys The Chinese actors are a low caste soI low that even till toftbl tpctI tutors despise them In the days of Shakespeare the English actor was a brother to thieves and Hrikers being unworthy of Christian burial The actors of the Globe company lived to gether In till basement of tin theater Just so live the actors of the Do ers street company In New 7ork anti so- lived the Jackson and Washington ofIDoorIThe door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayres of Transit Bridge NY when life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadful condition he writes my skin was al most yellow eyes sunken tongue coat ed emaciated from losing ounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulled me to death in Spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lot and am now well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre su reme 50c at Havdon Robertsons1 Fredericktown Picnic In the SHady Grove OfHoly Trinity Church AT FEDERICKTOWNS Saturday July 30 1910 SThe people of Fredericktown aie determined to break the rec ord on this occasion for the best and the banner- picnicof this section Music bya Louisvilletrained BandSand a First lass Picnic Dinner allowedbutalIIGOOD ORDER AS USUAL WILL BE ENFORCED The Committee SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN We earnestly reqestthe patrons of this column to notify us when you sell your stock etc so we can discontinue the advertisement Under this head nil persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert tree of charjrt advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm produCts stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for runt not included but in serted in another department of the paper at nQthin aalbIInice a IJ Si dicksRt has for sfale marchandcolts or will trade i r two good young horses one broke to workSMrs S C Martin Rt 1 has fpr sale a good family horse IFOR SALEA nice bunch of stock Will sell cheap if taken im goodforwinterrtt1 Box 50 forIJ A Tucker Rt 1 has for sale a thoroughbred yearling bull calf Dr Johrv Ueboe Kti 4 has has fqr sale a good cow and calf Mrs Wm has for sale Barred eggs 15 for 50r Also eggs 13for50c P1YID0l1t1Rock MM A L Rt iihas for sale Indian Runner Ducks eggs 50 cents for 15 PM Howard Rt4 has for sale Cornish India Game eggs 150 and 2for setting of Jo Mrs C N Willett Rt 2 has for sale Single Comb Brown Leghon ggs Forbes strain first pen header bv Teddy 2ond S150 uer setting of 15 2ond pen 100 p e setting Both pens are headed by p ze winners I only by saleBlacksaleSmglefor 15 Mrs J I Martin Rt3 has for sale- S C R 1 Red eggs From pen 2 for 15 from yard 50cSGrundy Home Rt 2 has for sale two cockerellper setting of 15 Premium Stock Mrs Kent Blandford Rt 5 has for sale Indian Rurer Duck eggs 12 for 75 cents MrsKate Litsey Rt 3 has for sell S C 6 Leghons and S CB Orphj ingtori eggs for sale 100 for 15 Loyd Haydon Jr has for sale Pure settingfoIMrs Sam 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