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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t m rinfith nn f E rt it l 5 j I f h DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY i IVIIIIME 11L SMIIIFIELI ICY WllliESDAy JULY 27 1910 1 t ITCHIER 34 t CLEMENTS PAM j ILY REUNION interesting Gathering of the De scendants of This Well Known arid Highly Respected family A reunion of the Clements family so well and favorably known in this and adjoining counties took place Wednesday the 20th inst at the old homestead on the Bardstown pike at present occupied by George Lear son in law ot the patnarchal Mr and Mrs Clements teny of the children came from afar to participate in thefdstiW ities incident to the joyous occasion In all about fiftyfive descendants and relatives were grouped around the fes tive board and cordial end generous spirit of tamilf association prevailed As might be expected on such an occa sion a most substantial and plentiful supply of the good things of life loaded the erroaning tables and the festive hour was deyoted to mirth and jollity and incidentally to the consumption of the 7 Y toothsome viands In the afternoon the time was picas antI spent in social converse and pleas urable reminiscences of childhood days The children present were as follows From ChicagoGeo H Clements Mrs Anna Pickley and Mrs Sallie May Louisville Sister Mary Domi njc of St Josephs Infirmary Sister Rose Gertrude Wheatley a granddaughter and Mjs Mattie Sansbury From Springfield Mrs Lou Edelen Mrs Geo Lear Mrs Teresa Osoorne Bob Lee Clements and Benedict Clem entsFrom Omaha NebJohn Clements Mr Clements the father of the fam ily although 81 years of age is still bale and hearty ONLY ONE PASSENGER felled rot Each Three Millions tarried By the Railroads Of The Country Washington 11 C July 2OThe rail roads in the United States killed one passenger in every 3523606 carried during the fiscal year 19089 and in jured one in every 86548 according to the report of the Interstate Commerce Commission The total number ot passengers earned was 891472 425 This is a little better average than that of the previous year when they killed one in every 2823133 and hurt one in every 77017 The total of the death toll exacted for the twelve month Mating June 30 t909 was 8722 and tbepto injures 95 626 That mak ea the total casualties tor the twelve months 104343 SUNBEAMS The favors you get for nothing are often worth that much The man who tries to mind his own business will usually be suspectedof being grouchy and conceited Women are like babies they have to cry for what they want Isnt it better to be a chickenhearted bachelor than a benpe ked husband Nearly every little man has adoctrine that he believes the world will finally acceptSome men enjoy a show only wpen there is fifteen minutes intermission be tween the acts Many a man will go out of his way to avoid saying a good word in behalf of his neighbor After a woman has been married for about a year she is willing ts admit tha her husband doesnt know it all When jealousy flies out of the windo it usually takes love along if for no oth er reason than to keep from getting average man has reached i the threescoreandten mark he can sum up his life in these words What a fool Ive been j Teething children have more or less diarrhoaa which can be controlled b giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy All that is necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system It is safe and sure Sold- by all druggists ri i of Infant jDeath sad death occurr Sunday afternoon when the infant of Mr and Mrs Herman Purdom w summoned tea better world on High The little girl was one ot the twins Loin about three months ago and had become an idol with her parents and grandparents She had never been a strong child and some days ago was taken to her grandfathers Rev R L Purdom in the country with the ho that she might become better He diet was changed however and she im mediately became worse and soon died The body was buried yesterday morn trio at Bethlehem the funeral having been conducted by Rev Wolf of the Christian church The other little baby is very ill but strong hopes for its recovery arenow entertained LEADER OF MOB CAUGHT Chief of the Lvnchers of Lrll Etherington Arrested Near Bellefpntaine Ohio oSiahlBuson July 8 was arrested at Harper a village near here late last night and rusfjfed to the Newark jail to day Bush had been in hiding at the home oa brother inlaw Charles Huston and was prepared to resist arrejt Po lice Chief Edward Faulder of this city however led a posse to the house dur ing the night rushed into the room where Bush slept flashed a light in his face and covered him with a revolver Officers Charles Foster of Columbus and C 0 BuBie of Newark were members of the posse and took the pris oner to the scene ofjthe lynching todaj Catalogue Completed The Washington County Fair Associ ation has just issued its catalogue of the coming tair to be held August 24 27 inclusive The catalogue demonstrates that the Association is doing all within its power to make this the best fair m the country arid make the coming fair the best ever held in the countv The ring shows have been increased in number and the premiums enlarged The catalogue was printed by The Springfield Sun Social Entertainment Oscar Shirley entertained a few of his friends last Tuesday evening at his home near Tatham Springs Those present were Misses Elizabeth and BlancKe Shirley Miss Willie Colvin and Ezra Hale of Willisburg Rev J W Grubbe of Chaplin and Mr Megibbin Kimbraugh of Lexington Mr Kim braugh is a noted musician and has vis ited many of the large cities giving concert over the United States He rendered some charming music on the piano which was much appreciated and made the evening a very pleasant one E W Knott brother of Gov J Proc tor Knott died this week in Galyeston Texas where he went from Missouri some time ago for the benefit of his health He was reared in Marion coun ty but had not been living there for many years Women Grow Younger When Dandruff Coes and Hair Grows Abundantly tParisian Sage Americas greatest lookinwg nmg rIt is guaranteed by The Leo Haydon Drug Co to make hair grow and stop falling hair to cure dandruff in two weeks to stop itching of the scalp al most instantly Parisian Sage isfthe most invigorat ing satisfying and pleasant hairdressing made It is not sticky or greasy it makes the hair soft luxuriant an bdwomen who beaqtif ul hair Paris ian Sage is for sale by Leo Haydon Drug Co at 50c a large bottle The everyI ASSAULTS TAYLORdas AI Strange Man Attacks Her in the Deep Creek Neighbor hood and is fired Upon Mrsrwas some veg etaWes at her home in Deep Creek late yesterday afternoon a strange wildeyed looking man came quickly out ot the bushes on the north side of the premises and flashed a large revolver in her face She wan frightened in to speechlessness by the sudden appear ance of the mysterious visitor who she thinks is a deranged individual who has escaped from some lunatic asylum With the hammer of his gun drawn and the barrel pointed at Mrs Taylor the tian commanded her to leave the garden He declared that he would kill her she looked back She ran to the Ilf and called her husband Secur his shotgun he went to the garden whoiin he came Mr and Mrs Taylor greatly frightened immediately hurried to Har rodsburg and reported the circumstance to the officers Deputy Sheriff John HarIof Wendling the missing Louisville murderer and she declared that the man who attacked her resembled the picture very much The experience cre ated a great deal of excitement in the DeepCreekrusty artillery and put it in tip top shapeDanville Advoc- ateCOLORED BOY DROWNED George A Wright a Young Colored Lad 17 Years Old is Drowned in LittleBeech George Allen Wright a young negro boy 17 years of age the son of George Wriht was drowned Sunday morning while bathing in the Little Beech near Litsey The colored people were holding a basket meeting at Litsey on that day and some of the boys decided to go swimming the Wright boy being among the number The other boys were ex pert swimmers while he was in experi enced H0 nowever attempted to fol low them and did swim across the river and across the hole in which he finally met his death When the time for the return came his companions attempted to persuade him not to attempt to cross the deep hole of water near Vanars dalesjnill again but he was obdurate and struck out He soon began to weaken assistanceicould reach him had drowned His body was recovered by Jim Best a colored man and Di Hopper was summoned butwhen he arrived life was extinct At the coroners inquest a verdict of death by accidental drowning waS returned uSomes Too Hard A Kentucky teacher In one of the bor der counties in a town near the Tennes see line has received the following from the rentof one of her pupils SeriWillyou in the future give ny son easier some to do at niter This is what hes brought hoam fer two or 3 nites back If fore galluns of bere will fil thirty to pint botlals how many pints and half bottals will nine galluns of bere hi Well we tnde and could make noth in out of it at all and my boy laffed andtwithout doin it So I had to go and by a nine gallun kag of bere which I could ill affoard to do an then he went and borroed a lot of wine and brandy hot tats We filled them an my boy counted them and put the number down for anser but I dont know whether it is rite or not as we spilt some while w was doin it r P SPlease let the next some be in govyto by enny moar bere to do somes with as it gets to flat while were measunn it out The Sun and CourierJournal IU taFELMEN IN SESSION H B Dau hertlof Maysville Chosen to Succeed NIC Bosler as President WD ClayII brooke Retained l Louisville Wednesday July 2OThe election of officers was taken up by the Hotel Association at 1130 oclock Nic Bosler the old president was let out not because he was not a good man for the place but because he had held the office as long as the bylaws would stand for it HB Daugherty of Maysville W theyc year two reasons one was that he was first vicepresident and the other was he is a good fellow W D Claybrooke 6f Springfield who has been both secretary and attorney for the association fqr a long time is too good a man to let go and as there is nothing in the bylaws ithat shutshim out from serving in the same capacity again he was unanimously chosen to succeed himself and at the same time given a cheer for his good work in the past Mr Claybrooke is still looking after the books and all legal tangles which are few that trouble the hotel boys G WAnder on of the Hotel Rich land Carrol ton at the mouth of the Kentucky River is going to follow Mr Daugherty as vicepresident He is one of tbose happy fellows whom everybody likes and according to the regular order of things will be the next president of the association The boys were glad to name him second man to the great guyascutis The Kentucky Hotel Association was called to order at 10 oclock this morn ing fr its second days deliberations President Nick Bosler realizing what a time theboyshad yesterday took into consideration their feelings as regards hard labor and told them that some sraattf amount of real work was before them which would last but a short time and that they could go out and have some more fun m the afternoon He said that inasmuch as they had put pleasure before business the preceding day and had enjoyed good eating drinking as guess of Frank Fehr BrandI ing Company had listened Oa welcome by Mayor Head atdllater gone out to a pleasant park wJisie hadr had more to eat and drink and a frolic they should get down to business for an hour or two at least After hearing the reports of the sev eral working committees the associa tion listened to a splendid talk on Rates and Hotel Clerks by H B Daugher ty of Maysville While Mr Duughertv was really serious in a whole lot of his address it was interspersed with sey eral good stories Following the gab fest the dele gates heard some discussions paid their dues listened to a good report by the secretary W D Claybrooke and began preparations to elect officers for the en suing veer- Afteranother banquet as guests of the Seelbach Hotel Company the delegates started ona tnp through S3veral local establishments where the essen tributed was renewed and souvenirs were dis The days round ot business and pleasure brought to a close the fourth annualconvention of the association Remarkable Fecundity J F Reddicks Rt 1 possesses a sow terslInhogs from her and killed 2000 pounds of meat As a money making ffropoi sition inlhe hog line Mr Reddicl s has certainly drawn a prize Who can beat this recor- dDandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to this Treatment r Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressing when Leo Haydons Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO a clean enstirely rid the scalp of the germ life that recognizeed as the cleanest and most effective treatment for all skin or scalp eruptions whether on infant or grown person The first application will stop theitching and will cleanse and keep the scalp in a clean healthy condition Leo Hay lons Drug Store will refund your money if you are not entirely satisfied with re suIts from the USA of Zemo 3 jI County Court Proceedings On account of the busy season with the farmers only a small crowd was town Monday and not much stock on the market Mr S M Campbell the Auctioneer reports to us the following sales Sow 1425 sow and eight shoats 50 cow andcalf 46 cow and calf 40 cow and calf 40 4 shoats 4 each 3 calves 12 each 1 yoke work cattle X64 cow and calf461 steer calf 19 one steer calt 13 751 pair yearling mules 7850 each 1 yearling horse colt 8750 1 yearling horse colt 72 6016 year old mare 175 1 old mare 201 old mare 4- 7WQRKOF THE PRESS The Great Automobile Industry Owes its Success to Gratuitous Advertising It is remarked that the rapidadoption and distribution of the automobile would not have been possiblebut for the gratuitous services of the press The advertisements have come after and in very meager quantities but the work of explaining the automobile and recording its progress has been done without compensation by the newspap ers of the country It is notthe only uncounted service rendered to civilization by the press Therailroads owe more to the press than to any other agency KIt is in the news olurims of thee daily papers thatI we must search during the past fifty years for the history of the development of the railway for the story of its financial necessity and attractions and for the work it is doing The story of every invention is the same The use of electricity for power and light he telegraph facilities the use of the telephone the story of the phonograph pf wireless telegraphy and foundIpressImillions to ten millions It is the press which is developing the new branches of this business to a point where the deficit will disappear It was the press that made the public realize the necessity for free rural delivery and only through a like service of the press can we react a parcels post which will make the rural service profitable The government has ordered a postal savings tank Its patronage will depend almost entirely on the publicity given the project by the newspapers Other enterprises have to pay for the advertising given the Federal Savings Bank without cost Good roads good schools all the pro jects for the amelioration of the condi tion of man the war against tuberculo sis and typhoid and diphtheVia all depend largely on the aid given by the press Every philanthropic movement begins with an appeal to the press Business companies realize the value of this publicity more and more and in new enterprises the service of a public ity bureau the purpose of which is to get free reading notices under the guise of news items in the newspap ers About 1000of these agencies not advertising agencies but fakirs of newsexist who are paid to prepare copy letters or items which the gener ous or foolish newspapers ate expected to publish free American Newspaper Publishers IThe classified list of these concerns se occupation will be gone when the owners of newspapers attach as much value to their property as these inter lopers do Already a change is noticed and the difficulties of imposing on the good nature of publishers are daily in creasing Louisville Pos- tCard of Thanks To the residents of Washington coun ty as well as the adjoining counties Mr and Mrs Hartwell Etherington desire through the columns of the SPRING FIELD SUN to offer their sincere thanks for the many tokens of love and sympa thy Riven them at the time of the bur laLr their son Carl Mayes Ethering ton When the stomach fails to perform its functiqns the bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases The stom ach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do it Easy to take and most effective Sold by Druggists I LECTURE BY CHAS W BELL 1rl Rings the Changes From Old to l NewWas the Recipient 4 PraisetThe following flattering notice of Mr Bells lecture on The Good Old Dapsris taken from the Chautauqua Weekly i publishedat Chautauqua New York and his hearty reception there insures numerous calls for him all over tJ1e country iIn a humorous arraignment some ofthe extravagances of modern times Charles W Bell State Insurance Cons missioner of Kentucky kept his audience amused from beginning to end of his talk last Saturday on The l3ood Old Days Mr Bell commenced m remarks by filling himself a glass ot water saying that while he did not like it he tound himself obliged to drink it up wanted to know how his audi ence would like to have lived in the days when doctors had theirsaddlebags with them and no matter what ailed one he invariably got calomel and quinine and Jtalwayscuredwhen everybody worked including father when people went to church to take part in the service and not to see what others wore before preachers answered that call which car ried with it the biggest Salary when el ection thieves were put in the periten tiary instead of being given a fat pout ical Mr Bell affirmed that in those diys if your dress buttonedat the back at all there were only five or six and they were life sized Ten the cream jar stood in the chimney corner and the children played all around it and sometimes init and the butter had some body to it Mothercould not play bridge or euchre but she was highly gifted in sewing and knitting In those days a cast off pig or a motherless lamb might have been raised oh the bottle but the baby wasnt Mr Bell grew serious and said tha then marriage relations were maintained till death and families were large and happy Prophets may tell us that the serious problem of the age is the gqjjf between labor and capital politicians that the trusts are the greatest ene mien of the republic but I want to say to you continued Mry Bell in all seriQusness that I believe the greatest menace to the perpetuity of the Union is the unwillingness of the modern woman to assume the burdens of motherhood and the laxity in which the sacred relations of husband and wife are held and the facility with which divorces are procured CtMr Bell went on to say that in the olden time a young man hitched his wagon to a star but that is too slow now he hooks his auto to the tail of a comet The boys were kept at homeI nights then and only the dog was allowed to wander Today the custom is reversed the dog is washed and put to bed while Willie is permitted to spend his evenings on the streets But whats the difference HISJ mother has gone out to play progressive euchre and father has gone to the club and the only place for the boy is in bed or pnthe streetsIn days people did not seek to give the wrong valuation of their property to the assessor but today how great a difference Mr Bell told a true story to point this assertion A certain judge he said was retained as counsel by some railroad and received orders to go to a small station and settle for a cow a train had killed The judge founa the Dutch owner of the cow in his cowshed Pointing to a fairly good cow hit asked its worth Veil about 18 Pointing out the best in the herd he was informed that that cow was the best the Dutchman has ever seen and vorth about 25 dollar Good said the judge 1 have come out to pay you for the one the railroad killed herei- s 25 HAch Himnlel cried the Dutchman in despair I tot you vua de tax assessor Mr Bell called attention to many other phases of modern life of widely differing character ranging from depredations of the night riders to the ex cess of hair worn by the modern young woman and closed by carrying his hearers back to the old homestead of their childhood with all ot its wonderful memories its echoes of songs that are spokenbyhearts that are still fii LiVeillTabletsbowels to expel poisonous matter cViun the system cure constipation Iiiheadache SoldbY VCk f tt The SpringfieldSun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Behold the ice man in all his glory How many flies have you killed 1 That LouIsIana calf with two heads and two tails came near being twins It may be bromidic to talk about the weather but how can you help Itt Along with other cooUng drinks take this bromide Is It hot enough for you 1ofNever mind there will soon be flies enough to give every man a chance to do his duty What makes he kainers 50 castles expensive Is that none of them Is a castle in the air Now that an Jon of electricity has been found the myste17 of the force is simply increased The fibbing as to age girls can go on for the census man and his records have disappeared If there Is one thing upon which thrifty men agree It Is that they pre fer a street car to a taxi The middleman Is Dot needed but the world will continue to need the farmer and the consumer One can hardly blame the aviators for wanting to use their wings In the general direction of the wind In London a safe has been ma4e to hold 5000000000 worth of radium rrhe problem now Isto get the radium A Seattle man cured a stomach trouble by fasting 39 days They buried him on the fortieth day Considering that It Is Ian amusement of the rich we ought to hear that smuggling is a matter of temperament Dancing masters wish their art to- be highly diffedentiated from wrest ling contests and one cannot blame them These longdIstance weather predi dons give one a chance to worry f a week about weather that nevr comes A judge advised a speed maniac to see a doctor A good reliable prison doctor would be particularly likely to afford him relief To atone partially for the poor die play made by the comet there will be another total eclipse of the moon on November 16 Walt for It Russia has not figured extensively as a cottonproducing country But It seems to have ambitions In that direction Reports from Tlfils are to the of feet that the area sown to cotton this year Is double that ot 1909 IIi one die trict 400 acres are devoted to the stape That Is a tiny fraction ot the total in the United States but high prices have stimulated cotton growing wherever practicable and the aggregate result may be a substantial gain in the foreign o1ftput The latest government report is additionally favorable toa big wheat crop The returns as Interpreted by the skilled statistician of the New York produce exchange Indicate a total harvest of 702404000 bushels against an indication for the sam time last year of 652351000 bushels The estimate for 1909 fell below th actual result for the total yield las year was 737159600 bushels Shout there be similar excess this year there will be a good chance for a recor breaking output It is stated that the recent missil- test against the ram Katahdin ha demonstrated that the theory as to the piercing power of big projectiles fired a modern battleships range Is wrong that the missile really drops from the trajectory at so sharp an angle that It delivers a glancing blow and therefore does not penetrate armor plate of only moderate thickness If this is true the fighting will have to be at close range and the guns of smaller calib than the big 13lnch rifles will come Into greater favor The peril of the four young men who put out upon Lake Michigan Ina gasoline launch with a supply ot fuel dose to exhaustion should remind motor yachtsmen that a small boat without power Is helpless In conparis with a sailing yacht The latter c be handled so that she will be safe In the roughest of weather while the powerless motor boat must wallow and take what comes unless those in charge ot her have seamanship enougb to rig a sea anchor and ride behind It while awaiting succor Cheer up astronomers Mars tsnt going to run away anyhow The Ice cold geyser discovered in Yellowstone park not only upsets the accepted theory as to the origin of pe riodical natural fountains but adds a feature of economIc value to the seene- at natural wonders Heretofore toUI- lata have been able to catch fish and svingthem from the river into a ge- yer basin of hot water to be cooked while still upon the hook Now they will be able to catch the fish and twang them into cold storage 1101 + 101 + + 11 1t ROUND ABOUT i iTHE STATE I + = MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED iPARTS OF KENTUCKyj t + t t t1 TO STA P OUT SCABIES Wants Govern nt Expert to Instruct Live Sto k Inspectors Frankfort Ky A school tor livestock inspecto working under the state law which has as its object the stamping out of scabies in sheep is planned by M C Rankin commission er of agriculture and probably wIll be organized The urposEfi f the school Is to teach the or what idmustRankin wants a government expert to come to Kentucky and give instruc sheeptowill be able to arrange it A letter from Dr Eisenmann state live stock inspector reported that a large proportion of the sheep and lambs reaching LouisvIlle are affect ed with the scabies He said that the stock was generally diseased and he thought drastic action should be taken to stamp out the scabies before t has spread any further Mr Ran kin decided that the county live stock inspectors were the ones to do the work of stampingoqt the disease but would to be taught what to do STRIKES OF OIL MADE Wells Driven in Robertson and Nich olds Counties Show Results discoveredvIlle where a well is now running a barrel a day from a depth of 400feet Pennsylvania oil men are on thE ground directing the work and machinery is being installed to sink a number of wells About 200000 will be spent at once in development work A strike of oil was made here o the property ot the Carlisle Electric Light and Power Co where they ar drilling for gas The strike was made at a depth of 550 feet and the oil gushed to the surface when the vei was penetrated by the drill KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Georgetown July 26 five days Lancaster Jury 27 three days Danville August 2 four days Versailles August 3 four daysfBerea August 4 three Lexington August 8 six days Harrodsburg August 9 four days Uniontown August 9 five days Taylorsville August 9 four days Shepherdsvllle August 16 four days Brodhead August 17 three days Perryville August 17 four days La wren August17 for dayS Ewing August 18 three day London August 23 four day Liberty August 24 three da s Springfield August 24 four aye Germantown August 24 fou days Erlanger August 24 tour d s P rankfort AugUst 30 four d ys Somerset August 30 four d s NIcholasville August 30 tlirE days Fern Creek August 30 four aye BarbourvUle August 31 thre days Bardstown August 31 four d ys Florence September 1 three days Franklin September2 three aysJ dayses Paris September 6 flue days threte Alexandria September flue days Septedber 12 six days foeMorgantown September 22 three days kalmouth September 28 four day Owensboro October 4 five days Lexington colored fair September 13 five days LONG LIFE ENDS erLexington KyPatrick Slavln a r tired business man formerly an acts and influential local politician who was the father inlaw of the Ho W F ilair representative In the leg lslature from this city died at his home after an illness of abort two weeks Mr Stavin was about 80 years old and was born In Ireland but came abouto 25 hasi home in this city He was atone ti one ot trio most prominent politicians ot the city having been a member of the general council both as councilman and alderman His wife tied about seven years ago and survlvlng him are five children MASTER OF MARCH MONT DEAD Paris KY James E Clay one or the most prominent breeders of run Wing and trotting horses in Gentral- KentucJty is dead at the age of G1 years Mr Clay owned 7000 acres ot fins blue grass land and his mansIon liarchmont was noted for its hospitality Mr Clay gave liberal support to rnc Ing Interests at Lexington and was Identified with the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders assoclatl n A wide w and tour children survive him The Commo nw thN wportDr N G Zlnn of Alex andrIa was appointed by Judge Haw kins to be the Campbell county corn missioner on the state live stock sanitary boardt 19 while in Fork creels was cramps and drowned The body las not been re- veredco His parents lave near 111ays lIcK HopkinsvilleChristian county crops and farm property were dam aged to the extent of 150000 by a cloudburst Several barns were destroyed by lightning and stock therein was killed BurnsldeBeatty Hyden aid Geo Kybyden Is shot through the neck and bothwillCynthlanaThree of the oldest resents ot Harrison county have died in the past two daYs They were Thomas Howk 80 of tliis city Joel Ammer man 8S and Mrs Pity Ann Haley 79 of the county LancasterJames M Ross a mer chant at Hammack this county who was shot by his cousin Quince Tan kersley died of his wounds and Tan kersley was arrested and lOdged in jail here charged with the killing vagabondford near Mundys Lasldlng Is still at large after escaping from the officers beingtakenUchmondThe examining trial of Ad Creelmore the young white man CollieBushgrandjurygave Lancaster James Byers died at the home of his soninlaw near Marks burg after a gradual decline due to general Infirmities aged 90 y HeIwas the oldest man of Lowe and was held to high esteem by his neighbors FrankfortLesser Jacobs of Ver softies has been released fr m bank uptcy by Federal Judge A M J Coch Vertna brother of ere Jai toeengage ColumblaIen Coomers hereo southncommitted liy shooting himself after a quarrel with his wife boomers was n Spanish American soldier 35 years oldand leaves a widow and six children PaducahAfter a few days illness from uramlc poisoning J R Puryear courtforprOminentof the court for many years HeIs Survived by a large family FrankfortState Treasurer Farley sent opt notices to the banks In Kentucky that warrants not marked In terestqearlng and of less than 50 will h paid on presentation at the state trpasury omce These notices were sent out so that the bankers can accept the warr nts as cash Frankfort On account of a meeting of the A soclated Harvard clubs about September 26 Gov Willson had pfthetion Congress to be held at Pueblo Col beginning September 26 and last lug several day- sHendersonA judgment was ren doted In the Henderson sou ty court against the Henderson National hank in favor of Earl C Huntsman rev nue agent fOr the state at large for5 04 asspssmntofcapital stock and undivided profits o 100000 fimSt Louis westbound passenger rain urNo 145 which left Louisville for St was wrecked by a landslide two Rernolds landsslide came just as the train was pass lIig under a high bluff FrankfortGov Willson alitios- nosed out Capt Jackson MorrIs In rlne shooting for the champion shut of the Kentucky National Guard Coy lVill poxescore was Govdthenc team for the remainder of he season LexlngtonRev Frank DeWitt Tal nags and William J Boehm respee tlvely pastor and organist of the Broad Street Presbyterian church of Philadelphia arrived here from their ean ofmeEastern Kentucky They were ac companIed by the Rev E O Guerrant ot Wilmorc Ky president of the Soul Winners society and Dr Guer rents son Russell The trip fuss as interesting and eventful one LoulsvilleThat John W Barr lr resident of the Fidelity Trtist was not reauestedto resign the presl dency but that he voluntarily offered to tender his resignation Immediately after the IJIcoeryo August ROPkes peculations Is the statement made by John Stites chairman ot the board ot directors CarllsleA waterspout caused- Brushy Fors creels to flood eight blocks In the residence and business section of Carlisle namage in the city Is estimated at from JOOOOto 12900 while the loss In tilt country Is at least 1Q0000 IUdPORTANCE OF GOOD LIGHT AND VENTILA ION dne of Common Errors in Building Stables Is P allure to Provide Windows and Ventilators in Sufficient Numbers One of the common errors In build Ing stables Is to fall 10 provide win doors and ventilators In sufficient num bers In the cheaper barns it is the light especially that is usually left out ot the calculation This Is one ofthe most serious mistakes when we stop to thInk of how cheap light really is and how valuable It is as a germl cideMKny of the diseases of our live stock may be attributed to germs Tu berculosls Is caused by specific germs The myriads of germs that escape from tubercular animals confined In a barn are disseminated through the stables and sunlight Is a factor In the destruction of these germs In fact light destroys much germ life Aside from the health standpoint good light In the stables makes work more pleasant and provides greater comfort for the farm animals Why not have the barn as light as thee parlors of the farm house It SerRepwlating Stable Ventilator costs but a few dollars mom f the windows are provided when tle build Ing is being constructed Judgment however should be exercised In put ting in windows In the rIght place A uniform ligh should be provided In all parts or the stable The furnishing of light Is an Impor tant one In the construction of any farm building and it Is not hard to obtain Ua little forethought Is exer cased However with ventilation It Is different because considerable planning must be required when building to Insure an ample supply Of fresh air in the barn at all seasons of the year It is Important to have fresh air n the barn during cold weather and at the same time avoid draughts VARIETIES OF TAME GRASSES Careful Study Will Disclose Fact That Flocks and Herds Thrive Better on Mixture Than on One Kind e By S Me MILLER There Is no one matter connected with good farm management that is more deserving of more careful atten tion than the growing of tame grasses and the maintaining of the productive capacity of our permanent pasture land The successful grass grower needs to have a practical understand Ing ot all the species of tame grasses that we grow and cultivate on our farms as well as a knowledge of their requirements and conditions that are essenfal to their growth Much ofthe success and many times all of the profits of our farms are directly de qualitfy A cause ot the Inferiority of our meadow lands Is the fact that they arts supporting numberless useless weeds Ir we could rid our meadows of this pest It would add millions of dollars to the pockets of our farmers How can it be done By thorough till ago By the use ot more grass seed wouldtnature We may prepare the soil In the best possible manner and sow on The Berkshire shown in the Illustration while a large vigorous animal Is hot the best type of the breed His ears are a little tqo coarse and his nose is somewhat too long He has however excellent bone and brings goo9 healthy pigs He isused on1a In the summer windows and doors may be left open but in the wintertime It is quite pipes for fresh air as well as proper dlfferent1Inlet ot odors and bad Veutilator s about the barn Instead of relying upon one cr two large ones far apart The Idea should be to equalize the vent latlon so that the entire stable admits of proper ventilation Statistics show that the amount of pure all breathed by different animals during a period of 24 hours in order to supply oxygen needed Is a9 follows The horse requires 3401 cubic feet the cow 2804 cubic feet the pig 1103 cubic feet Thus it will seem thattle horse will draw into and force out of his lungs each hour on an average 142 cubic feet of air the cow 117 cubic feet the pig 46 cub it feet the sheep 30 cubic fet the hen- L2 cubic feet tis therefore ver1I Important that our ventilation In modern farm buildings should be pro video with plenty of fresh air At aJl times In order to contribute to thl health of the live stock With the outlet pipes It Is not essary to have more than one or tw octan one is sufficient depending of course upon the size of the barn As uneasy way out of the dim culty we would suggest to our read ors that they make a ground plan of their bulldlpgs giving exact dlmeb- slons as to height width length of buildingand submit It to manutao- tur rs of ventilating apparatus and ask for all estimate on the cost of in stalling a perfect ventIlating sys tem clover and timothy so thick that the grass will come up as thick as the hair on a dog and In some places we will yet find that the young plants will die out and their places be filled with noxious weeds These Interspaces may be filled ever so often with fresh seed and the re suit wIll be similar which Is conclu sire evidence that every soil has a capacity for supporting a certain num ber of one kln lot plants and It will produce no more than that number of that variety no matter how well it is tilled or how many are germinated on that particular soil When we fill hesel interspaces be tween the plants with another specie or grass a certain lot ot Its plants will grow and the rest will die soon after they have germinated The ones that grow wIll not inter fere with the other varieties and the yield will be Increased Practical experience has shown us that any soil will be more certain to yield larger and better crops of for age and hay when It Is seeded with mixed grasses than when sown to eloper and timothy alone Our flocks and herd will thrIve better when fed on nixed grasses no matter whether In a green con dltlon or cured for hay than they will when fed on say qrie or two va- rletles sowed alone nib matter how nutritious these grasse may be We will find It In ev ry way as im portent to balance our forage rations itS it Is the grain rattons ffwe obtain the best results front a minimum amount of teed EXCELLENT BERKSHIRE BOAR grade herd to produce market hog t and gives the best of satisfaction Money In Broom Corn There Is good money In growin broom corn where one has the time and facUlties for harvesttng the crop HE R COGNIZED THE VOICE And From Remark Made Also Knew the Party Was Not Ent gag d in Prayer Confidential friends of Louis B Shields are telling this story about that eminent Republican A state adjourneddelegates were all back home when somebody suggested a friendly game of poker The game was going along right merrily at 3 a m At that hour an officious attendant calledup1r ShieIdaresidence which hap 1Thise 4 servant with no warrant of authority whatever We are all here in Ca- lumbus and cant get home until morning Thats all right came back the reply but it that voice I hear In the apartment house next door saying thats good Isnt Mr Shields then I cant recognize a voice when I hear it at night And that is the end of they story for the voice saying thats good was Indeed that of Mr Shields and it was so near home so the narrator relates that there was no use In offering t- denialCleveland Leader SOFT WHITE HANDS May Be Obtained in tone Night For preserving the hands as well as for prevenTing redness roughness and chapping and imparting that vel vety softness and whiteness much desired by women Cutlcura Soap assisted by Cuticura Ointment is believed to be superior toall other skin soaps For those who work in corrosive liquids or at occupations which tend to Injure the hands it is Invaluable Treatment Bathe and so kthehands on retiring in a strong hot creamy lather of Cuticura Soap Dry j and anoint freely with CuticuraOlnt meat and in severe cases spread the Cuticura Ointment on thin pieces of old linen Olj cotton Wear during the night old loose gloves or a light ban dage ofold cotton or linen to protect the clothing from stain FAr red rough and chapped hands dry fir anlshends this treatment is most effective Cuticura Remedies are sold through 0out the world Potter Drug Chem sole proprietors Boston Dimas ONE THING CERTAIN DOu you know shouted the earnest orator what to do to the trust No but I know blame well what theyre doing to us said man ithe front row 1s Dirt Good for Boys Some folks say Oh let the boy play in the dirt It is good for him I wouldnt give a cent for a boy that keeps his clothes Clean That may be all right but what about the boy mother Getting the dirt outof clothes by the use of oldfashioned yellow soap and a slow washday method is hardIs boreIf the boys mother uses Easy Task laundry soap which does half the work for her itself and whIch reduces washday labor by fifty per cent It is different Easy TaSk is five cents a cake and is the greatest nickels worth of soap ever sold Novelty I thought you told me you had something original In this libretto said the manager scornfully Here at the very outset you have a lot of merrY villagers singing We are hap py and gay You dont catch the idea at all replied the poet wearily Theg la soft It should be pronounced happy and jay How She Conclllated Them Fllme How did It happen that those five men who were so angry With the woman in the nickelodeon for not taking off her hat became so friendly with her afterward ScreenersIt was raining like fury when the shdw was over and she In vIted them to take shelter with her under her hat A Mean Man Is your wIre going to Europe this summerNo Ive bribed a fortune teller to warn her to watch for a slim blonde woman who is coming into my life The narrow man hedges In his work man with restrictions and foolishly expects him to do greater things when denied the right tQ be himself Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup bboWWlWaunatlanAlhg Mortgage the ship for all Its worth before giving It up lTwwT r Il JiAkNP orAbL- I tJ TjR OODS4 tL WO of the greatest industries in the world are railway building and the preparation of hides and skins into lthei For the former the sleep ers on which the rails are laid are essential and costly factors for the latter nothing can take the place of some vegetable extract which Is the tanning substance of the trade Sleepers can be made of glass and metal but these do not give the satisfaction of those made of wood The oak and the hemlock have for ages supplied tannin by which leather Is cured in fact the very word tann implies by its derivation Its relation to We Oak by which name the tree was called in old Breton language Railway sleepers have been made from the oak but the expense grows higher year by year No wonder therefore that the earth is scoured for trees to fur nish either the one or the other or both of the substances and no woJtder also that manufacturers and builders hailed with delight the announcement a few years ago of the availability for both purposes of the South American tree called Quebracho Quebracho is a contraction of the colloquial Span tsh and Portuguese term qutebrahacha originally applied tQ many trees in Latin America It means u breaker and the character Is implied in this meaning The wood Is hard fine grained and tough and had been used by the natives for ages In their primitive construction work Of recent years however quebracho is restricted in the arts and inuUd tries to a particular tree found only in South Amer- Ica and even here only within broad limts of the drainage basin of the River Parana In Cuba there is a quebracho socalled locally which is a mem ber of the Copaiba family In Ohlle a qtebracho Is rather of the Cassia family and probably in other parts of Latin America the name Is indiscrimInately given to any hard wood that has tested the metal of fthenatives ax No such indefinite use of the word however can be permitted today because the tree of =R sAWMJLl BTWEIYaTHE elillOJ AiD CIYIJZATIOIi the South American Chaco has become so commer daily important that it must be understood to signify only that one tree and nothing else The genuine quebracho tree Is found In Brazil Paraguay and the Argentine Republic There are two important varieties and a third has been dis tinguished although it has no great significance d inbotanically or value commercially Locally an the trade the names given are Quebracho colorado red and Quebracho blanco white Quebracho colorado has the scientific designation of Lox pter glUm lorentzii and belongs to the order of acardiaciae This is the particular tree from which both the sleepers and the better quality of tanning extract are derived The other Quebra- chocblanco fa neither so straight nor so serviceable as the red variety but Is nevertheless of definite commercial value as it furnishes some tanning extract and the logs can be used trfence posts and axles From it Is taken also a drug extensively used for bronchial diseases In fact as a plant it was studied for this purpose bng before Its other advantages were exploited The scientific name Is Aspidosperma quebracho Railways must have sleepers on which to lay their rails In some instances wooden ones are imported at great expense or substitutes there for are used if cl1fuatic conditions are favorable As a rule however it is to take su plies from native Umber whEmeverprocurable This was the case in the Argentine Republic when rilway building away from the coast had begun and nq more fitting wood could be discovered than that recommended by the natives both by the name and by the experience of those who had used it The quebracho wood proved by far the most serviceable for sleepers on South American 4 railways and Its reputation grew so steadily that today many miles of European rails are supported by sleepers brought from the River Plate In one respect quebracho resembles rather mahogany than oak or pine The trees do not grow in clumps or groves but are dispersed through the forests and the less dense woods singly or in groups seldom more than four or five to the acre The tree itself is tall about two or three feet In diameter and is crowned by a rather thin oval or Vshaped mass of branches and leaves The white Quebracho is somewhat smaller than the red and begins to branch lower to the ground so that it Is not hard to distinguish them from each Other The leaves are oval or lance shaped smooth somewhat shining and leathery they do not JaIl completely In the winter but cling to the branches In company with the fruit The tree seems to thrive best ona sandy soil where the at- mospherIc moisture Is not very great but where abUndant water Is provided for the roots either by dews or sufficient rain It Is neither a mountain nor a river growth but lives best In the sub tropical stretches between water courses Although the age of the tree has beeQ given as measured by hundreds of years It is well enough established that at ten years from planting the first small shrubs are big enough to use for posts The future promises therefore an opportunity for the actual cultivation of quebracho because although savage Inroads have been made Into the ittor even to adopt modern forestry methods ot planting and conservation for the supply of com RepublicIand It is more than probable that under the wise administration of that government there WU be ya L t i THE BARlr OF THE QL BRACH- OTRW developed an arboricultural industry to proceed hand in hand with the preparation ofquebracho posts for fences and construction work sleepers for railways and of tanning extract the three industries for which this unique tree fs at present utilized Rollizos is the Spanish word commonly em ployed in the trade for the rough and untrimmed logs which the word means froth which only the bark has been removed They are still sup plied by smllller camps from dwarfed under growth not great enough for other purposes than posts beams cabin pillars or cart axles When the forest was first Invaded these logs were the only product brought out of it and the stories told of the primitive methods adopted by the natives for transport carry one back before the days ot steam and machinery A popular way of loading the logs was today them on the ground on ropes then the animals were unharnessed and the cart was tilted bodily upside down over the logs these were then made fast to the body of the cart after which maneuver it was brought back to Its normal position Of course only tw wheeled carts were used As soon as modern methods were In troduced and better carts or wagons became known these primitive and cumbersome habits disappeared although in the far interior even to day rollizos are s Il brought to market In this manner Durmlentes according to the Spanish or sleepers In the English Idiom are probably the most Important product of the quebracho of the Argentine Republic The Industry of maklpg sleepers has assumed huge proportions The difficulties of former days have been largely overcome by the Introduction of modern machinery especially saws and some of the mills mari miles distant from any main railway are equipped and organized ina manner which would reflect credit on any similar plant In the United States Special saws are needed to penetrate the wood but they are furnished from the factories of England France and America This mill business Is carried on by many corn panles although the tendency Is to concentrate the management Into fewer but larger organiza tions One company owns a tract or land of about 4000000 acres and Is prepared to cut Umber fashion It Into logs and sleepers prepare tanning extract and utilize every other resource which the land provides Another company can turn out 20OQO to 30000 sleepers a week This number how ever can by no means meet the seady demand for railway building which is charad rlstic ofthls portion of South America Sleepel are laid at about an Interval of two feet from center to cen ter Assuming therefore only 2000 sleepers for every mile It will be seen that 30000 are enough for only 15 miles A years supply at fullest capao ity will consequently build only 7QO miles of rail way But the Argentine Republic Uruguay Chile and Bolivia all contiguous to the Chaco are con structing more than this mileage so that it Ie easy to see that ovary sleeper turned out from modern mills can at once find a local market These sleepers are now finished at the mm andd the mill is situated at the spot in the forest itselt most convenient for carrying on the process Quebracho extract prepared for tanning skins jit re w and hides Into leather Is however the most serviceable product of the tree All the timber companies are adjusting their plants so as to utilize the wood either In Its entire output or In that portion not reserved for posts and sleepers forr this extract In Paraguay and areas in the Chaco remote front good roads so that the cost Of sup plying Umber is excessive every particle of the wood Is turned Into extract because the demand is usually In advance of the supply and It is there fore more profitable to manufacture the more concentrated article which can be easier and more economically carried to market One feature ot quebracho In which It Is su- operlQrto other sources Qf supply Is that the bark the sapwood and the whole of the central part of the tree produce the extract in considerable quantities The bark contains 6 to 8 per cent ot tannin the sap 3 to 6 per cent and the heart 20 to 25 per cent As the heart represents twothirds and often threefourths of the total quantity ot wood the amount of tannin In the Quebracho colo- rado Is seen to be considerable It Is merely a chemical question whether this tanning material Is equal or Inferior to that from the oak but later methods of preparation pqlnt to a full Justification of the claim that the leather from quebracho ex tract grades up to that resulting from any other tanning substance So serviceable is It however that since Its discovery the tanning Industry of the Argentine Republic has made noticeable ad vance because with both hides and extract as great natural products of the country the govern went is nuking every effort to foster the leather Industry within its own border Quebracho extract as it Is called In the trade Is easily manufactured when the machinery it once Installed All the wood Is passed through a machine that cuts It Into shavings or the small est possible chips It Is then collected Into im mense kettles In which it Is treated by chemical processes until all the tannin Is removed after this the fluid preparation Is reduced by evaporation to a thick jellylike mass which Is poured Into sacks where It Is finally dried into the sub stanCe sold in commerce The difficulty of gathering the raw material flu outweighs the preparation of the finished article especially as the extract Is no longer to be can sldered a byproduct but Is coming to have more Importance and value than posts and sleepers Is Paraguay particularly where nIl the wood Is utilized for extract the hardest part of the business lies In gathering wood for the factory The trees are cut In the heart of the virgin forest and hauled by ox teams to the nearest cleartng Only nativq Indians have proven theinselvep suitable for the work as they are tloroughly acclimated understand the wUderness and can withstand the plague of Insects which make life al night miserable for the foreigner and exposure for nights as well as days iR navoldab because the cut ting stations are il4lally remote from any settle meat In 1895 the first real exportation or quebracho extract from the River Plate was recorded rhc Increase has been rnpffrom 400 tons In the frsi year to 9000 tons In 11102 120594 tons in the next th1sQuantttymost 65 per cent tv n r MH r1 nrlnours Fertilizers Increase the yieldImprove the qualityEnrich the soil Every qarvest prOVes it Can yu afford to risk you wheat Be safe rn7ours Fertilizersrow the biggest crops Ask your dealer Armour Fertilizer Works Chicagoro TOUGH LUCK Why whats the matter my lad Boohoo Ma sez I got to presi dent when I grows uP anId set my heart on bein a prize fighter Boo boo Alms and the Man Sure Father Flaherty was a good man Mr Murphy said of the deceased parish priest He hated sin but he loved th sinner an he was all com passion an patience an wisdom There never was another bike im frholdin up hope to th poor batthered man that had army desire fr good Faith said he to Con Meehan th toime th bhy was down an out faith thIs solde av paradise Ust all beginning again over an over an tin toimes over An that keen continued Mr Murphy twas niver worth whoile to keep back part av th price av land Wid a twinkle In his eye hed aee clean through anny Ananias that fiver walked An glnrous Mr Murphys voice 9ropped to a lower key and his eyes were wet as he added His hand was always In his pockut an whin they prepared him fr burial they found his lght arm longer than his let wid etretchin It out to th poorYouths Companion Didnt Care for Expenses They were seated at the breakfast able t John dear said the young wife this is my birthday Im gl d you mentioned 1t darling rejQjned er husband Ill buy you a present he first thing when I get iowntownWell she said I hope you wont- Set any cheap 98cent affair Of course I wont he replied Why I would be ashamed to present you with anything that cost less than a dollar Back to the Tall Timber AUredAre you going to pass your vacation at the seashore GilbertNo thank you Its the woods for mine this year Alfred DontUke the shore eh GlIbertOh I like it well enough but Its too risky I passed my vaca tion there last year and had several narrow escape- sAlfredFrom drowning GilbertNo summer girls Seven of them proposed to me HARD TO PLEASE Regarding the Morning Cup Oh how hard it was to part with coffee but the continued trouble with constipation and belching was such that I finally brought myself to leave It oft Then the question waswhat should we use for the morning drink Tea was worse for us than coffee choco tate and cocoa were soon tired ot milk was not liked very well and hot water we could not endure About two years ago we struck upon Postum and have never been without It since We have seven children Our babY now eighteen months old would not take milk so we tried Postum and found she liked It and It agreed with her perfectly She is today and has been one of the healthiest babies In the State I use about twothlrds Postum and onethird milk and a teaspoon of sugar and put It lute her bottle If you could have seen her eyes sparkle and hear her say good today when I gave It to her you would believe me that she likes itI- L I was matron of an infants home every child would be raised on Postum Many of my friends say You are looking so well I reply I am well 1 drink Postum I have no more trouble with constipation and know that r owe my good health to God nndPoslum I am writing this letter because I want to tell you how much good PQstum has done us but It you knew how I shrink from publicity you would not publIsh this letter at least not over my name Read the little book The Road to veu 1lleln Theres a Reason In Qr 1Eer 1 Autolng and Optics Is not auto driving terribly ha i4 on the eyes we asked Well I guess not repUled the chauffeur withering us with scorn Why before I got to runnina carlwas thlnkln o get in specks my eyesight was that poor I couldnt see this contribution box In church until it was so near past me it was too late to dig for any money But I hadnt been runnln that wagon two days till I could see a poUcemans little fingers stickin out from behind a tree four miles away I could even see which way a coppers eyeballs were turned if he was standln in the shade three miles off Hard on the eyes Well not much Its the best medicine for weak eyes that was ever Invented dont you forget it Casey at the lat This famous poem is contained is the CocaCola Baseball Record Buck for 1910 together with records schedules for both leagues and other valuable baseball information compiled by au thorities This interesting book sent by the CocaCola Co of Atlanta Ga postageAlsoAbout CocaCola which tells all about this delicious beverage and why It ia so pure wholesome and refreshing Are you ever hQttiredthlrstyl Drink CocaColalt is cooling relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst At soda fountains and war bonated in bottles5c everywher Incorruptible The lady of the house hesitated Are my answers all light she asked Yes madam replied the census man Didnt bother you abitdid n No madam Feel under some obligations to ine don t you Yes madam Then perhaps you woat mind telling me how old the woman next door claims to be Good day madam said the census man Simple Truth You can only do clean washing wit clean soap You know that cocOnut oil borax and naphtha are natural cleansers and sterilizers and that they cant harm fabrics Easy Task soap is the only one that combines these scientifically and for that reaSon It cuts washday work in two and does the work better than it ever has been done Ten cents to test it money back qUickly i1 it isnt what is claimed for itSWe live truly in proportion as we go out of ourselves and enter into the lulnessot the experience of those whom we serve and by whom in turn we are served Westcott I 75G Young Men Wanted for Railway Mail Clerks and other Government positions Salary 8oo to k6oo Examinations soon Common educatioa sufficient Write for particulars AMERICAN INSTITUTE DEPARTMENT SO DAYTON OHIO UT11EELS STEEL aH RUBBER TIn We rerubber channel tired W Buggy Tops oldIions Poles Trimmings and AU Kinds OUOH k RCHEU co400 crtad 8ndsar aeIaaMI 0 Gillette Blades Are Fine NO STROPPING NO HO- NINGiHtWdY YOU OUGRT TO KNOW ABOUT YT na count scat Incenter otRioOrndeValley andlrrj railroad canals house bank school rn business bouees ieopie needed to ballq Its WrittorFor Sale aI re than ono hundred Grs Intlana I m p ro o d sows catalogueALlikml bIraffilcrcdwlthcWio Th mpsolIsEJ Wstsr r fY A r rr 4LLiLLiTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY zy igio Sa1eof Fine Tobacco And Stock Farmsi- I By virtue of a decree of the Nelson Circuit Court I wiJ1as Master Corn missioner of the Nelson Circuit Court on the tta of August 191 AT ABOUT TOE HOUR OF 1 OCLOCK P M At the Court House in Bardstown Ky sell to the highest bidder whatis known BeechForkWashington 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 binds in Washington and Nelson Counties The portion In Washington County will be sold se parately The home tract containing 526 acres will be sold in three parcels and teen at a whole the Corn 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 per cent per annum W T Spalding M C N C C ISP SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR lIn Advance H L SMITH Editor and Publisher Ilatered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the mails as secondclassmatter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1100eizTbree Months 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1OR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON Persistence Personified An American journalist tells an amu sing story of an interview with Mr Winston Churchill when he was at the Board of Trade He gave me an ex- ampler of our perseverance the jour aahst writes admiringly No less than fortyseven American correspondents called on him at the Board of Trade of fices in one week for an interview on the American tariff and as none had sufficiently good credentials he refused to see them Finally a correspondent LloydGeorgegladly Do you know he said to the young man that I have refused to see fortyseven of your compatriots on thIs Very subject I ought to know It the correspondent answered for Im the fortyseven JILondon Dal NewsrR 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 Hayden eft Rebertsons PLEASANT GROVE Miss Clark Blanton Qf Boston 1y MrsEMrs Ardis Brownof Springfield wall at J F GrtgOrys from Saturday until Monday Thomas Duncan and sister Miss Sue spent Sunday with Mrs L N Reed Misses Frances and Brownie Martin of Springfield spent last week with GregoryMr wife and slster Miss Mary Blanton areat the home of Ed Ollie Bishop and daughter are Visiting Mrs Bishops sister Mrs W P Merritt Dr and Mrs Hopper have returned PerryvilletiMiss to her home in Springfield after a weeks visit to Miss Lavinia OConnor Dr W E Crume coroner and sheriff Byron Croake were here Sunday and GeorgeWrightdrowned near Litsey Several colored youngWrightwater but went down in mid stream Mrs Clarence Adams and daughter are visiting at the home of Mr L N Reed Mrs A G Noe and cnildren returned Saturday to their home in Columbus OhiO Mr and Mrs Frank Janes of Soring HughLeqcnmanMrr and Mrs Will Leachman were at M SundayMiss I returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her brother and sisters hereICapt Walkerand his Valley Hill team Saturdayforwanted of It by the fitth inning Score Litsey 12 Valley Hill 1 Mrs James Noe and children of Springfield spent a week with Mr ana Mrs S C VanArsdale Mr and Mrs D R Litsey and son ysTheeveningIJ Hopper An are invited A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen HI suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh Of Siler City N C till I got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains vanish ore 25c at Haydon Rob ertsQns r Qoooo oo oo The Most Serious o Attention o is gin to all orders at this drug o store whether they be for simple Ihousehold remedies or for the most important prescriptions Careler ness in this business is too apt to result seriouslY for us to tolerate itoThis is a distinctly safe drug store I to come or send to and anY doctor o will tell you so 0 LEO HAYDON iTHE PRESCRIPTION STORE c ooooooooooeoo c fredericktownPicnic In the Shady Grove Of Holy Trinity Church- AT FREDERICKTOWN Saturday July 30 1910t The people of Frederit town ale determined to break the rec- t ordon this occasion for the best and the banner picnic of this section Music by a Lo isviletra ned Band and a FirstClass Picnic Dinner There w111 be no raffles and absolutely no begging allowed but all must have a good time GOOD ORDER AS USUAL Will BE ENFORCED r CommitteeS Dr1 G TBurton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrIctly First class Springfield Ky like in Hagon Block up stairs Local News Notes RapierWednesdayRapier was formerly Miss Myrtle Price of this place- EsTRAYA white and liver colored placeJulytion of his whereaboutsS Springfield Ky FOR RENT35 acres of fine hay com posed of orchard grass clover anti tim othy heady for cutting and clean Apply at once to Jas Moran Jr C H Perkins Rt 1 Valley Hill has for sale about1ooo bundles nice oats The patrons of the Hardesty district will give an Ice Cream supper Satur day July 30 All are invited to attend NOTI0EThe firm of J W Jarboe Co have sold their Flour Mill to Messrs McWhorter Wills and hereby request aU who are indebted to the old firm to call and settle as this business must be settled up at once without further notice J W Jarboe Co lm LOSTA locket and chain wIth mon ogram N C G between the post office and N G Marks residence Re ward Jf returned to this office I The infant daughter of Gent Filia treau who lives near Manton died last Friday and was buried at St Rose Sat urday The family has bean living in New Mexico for some timepastand had returned home only about three weeks ago when the child was taken ill from which sickness its death occurred The Knights at the Maccabees pf the World heM memorIal seryices at Mt 7ion church on Sunday last which were attended by a large crowd Interesting and instructive addresses were made by Rev Jesse Gruhbs and Hon w F Grigsby LOsT undll afternoon on the Bards town pike a pair of gold rimed specks return to this office School Tax for the year of L1910 was due July 1 G C Wharton Treas The Ladies of the Baptist church will serve County Conrt dinner lD Novem ber We have a number of farms for sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock fafiiis all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown ORVILLE ARNOLD OIt DR DEATS Bardstown Ky BIG NORTH DIEDOn Tuesday hE 19th inst Mr John Horn a well odo farmer iy mg near Harrodsburg The deceased leaves a wife and eleven children to mourn their loss Heas 66 years of age The interment was at Cornish yule Thursday the 21st inst Quite a large number besides friends and rela tlies were present On Wednesday the 20th inst the fant daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlee Peaslee died of whooping cough and was buried the following day at Cornish yule On Friday the 16th inst Mrs Al bert Tatham of Harrodsburg died and was buried Sunday at Mt Freedom Shy was a member of the order of Roy al Neighbors Mrs Emma Black was the guest of W M Reeds family last Thursday night A series of protracted meetings began at nightJdie with symptoms ot hydrophobia The hog was valued at 30 We are still blessed with showersa most refreshing rain fell last Sunday Jas W Black and family J I Cole and family and Wesley Black and fam ily spent last Sunday very pleasantly with John R Halls family Miss Melinda Hall who has had an operation performed on her eyes is not much improved Mr and Mrs J H Ransdellof Har bd burg are visiting the formers father W Ransdell There will be a new church bUIlt at Boson in the near future- Miss Bertha Wheeler of Harrodsburg- la visiting her aunt Mrs Belle Wheel r of Isohon Mrs Belle Wheeler JS on a visit to- Tier home here from New Mexico Fridavtracted meeting Saved at Deaths Door IThe door of deathseemed ready to pen for Murray W Ayres of Transit ridge N Y when his life was won dreadfulkonditlOnmost yellow eyes sunken tongue coat poundsgrowingtrouble pulled me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and am npw well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre su preme 50c at Havdon Robertsons ++ + uit + + + +++++ t1HiHittWt +fit I Jo Be Given Away i Foy t Will You Take Advantage of This Offer P i Next 30 Days i We ate Going to Give Away Our Profits isir On each purchase of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks +White Goods Laces Embroideries GinghaU1s Dress fit + and Waist Linens Lawns able Linens Towels + andfit + Rugs Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oil Cloth Window Shades Wall Paper Lace Curtains + iMens and Boys clothing Hats Shoe Etc + A few Ladies Tailored Suitsat Half Price 4i A few Mens SUIts at HalfPrIce Just Received big line Childrens School Shoes at Law Prices EXTRA SPECIALS 4 r Regular 125 Lace Curtains Go for Per Pair 75c Repularl o Lace Curtains Go for Per Yaira00 Reg rz25Lace Curtains 4I Go for Per Pair 1 50 I No at ft f + + tit + + ++ +++++ MAUD Mrs S F Pottinger and sons Allen and Ranney of D Carespending the Mr and Mrs D H Huston Misses Catherine Wakefield relatives last week Mrs Ham spent Thurs day with Mrs Rate Shewmaker Miss MattIe IS visIting the Misses Inman at Hillsboro Mrs J C Andrews and daughter Miss Matye who have been on the sick list we are glad to report are bettor Master Frank Crume has returned home after spending a week with Miss Beatrice Shewmaker Mesdames Thos and Hubert Virgin and Mr and Mrs Ed Goatley children spent Saturday afternoon with MrF M L Troutman Miss Grace Shehan is Visiting her Mrs Mary Shehan Mesdames Bertie laQgher and Lin sey Dotson and children of spent Friday afternoon with Mrs H F Settle Mrs Shannon spent Tuesday with Mrs E Eo Wakefield The ice cream supper given by the ladles ot New Hope Baptist church was quite cleared Mrs Ora Crume and son Oorchester have returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Nelsonville Mrs Oliver Cammack who has been very sick is somewhat improved we are glad to say A surprise dinner was given Mrs Mary Shehan on Iuesdav July bth it being tier 75th birthday Each a wellfilled basket She re ceved many nice and useful presents Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs RC Boblitt Mr and Mrs L T Brown Mr and Mrs John Virgin Mr and Mrs Neal Bodme Mr and MrS Chas LewI- S Mr and Mrs Thos Reed Mr and Mrs Will Sheehan Mesdames M L TrQutman Kate Shewmaker Thomas Virgin Ora Crume Hubert Virgin Jennie Barlow Bessie ReIdel WIllie Virgin Hal Shehan Mary Shehan Mis sea Josie Shehan Laura Shehan Thel ma and Mabel Shehan Willie May Reed Messrs Joe Bishop J r Reed Chas Huston Johit Thomas Ham Shehan Clellan Boblitt Will Shehan Allen Bob litt Musters Dixie Barlow Frank Crume Durlin and Leon Brown Clellan Virgin and J T Reed J Mrs M L Troutman and Dorchester Crume were in Bloomfield Saturday morning H D Stiles and son Robert of Dan yule spent Saturday night ahd Sunday with Mr and Mrs D H fuston The Springfield Sun ii4o per year The Sun and li50 w CGoCalicoes per Cotton per yardS Z Charged AbovelPrices The ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE CO INCORPORATED daSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Washington summerwith HalheHustojnd Springfield Shewmaker Montgomery grandmother Stringtown success35 guest- brought CourierJournal yard 5c Hope IJC Goods i +For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB jEO G GOWDY Prop Ioo oaooaaaoaac- BothAdmireIThis Shirt Thats natural because Jt challer Kes approval Its the same with everything in our stock of summer o furnishings We reflect the modes as perfectly as the mirror doesthe figure in front of it Art taste value refinement arid elegance shine In their newest gloss In oUr circle ofIo novelties and all our prices are tie dandies 0Grundy McIntire oaI IITtIe RURAL TELEPHONES J t yourfamilyito get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone service which and your neighbors can get for a sum that is smal corn pared with received Call or address our near eat office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn Information regarding our special ooFARMERS LINE Ifor If you are not at enjoying telephone service can immediately interestyou Our lines coverth States Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the- southern portion of Indiana and Illinois I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated SAVE YOUR FOWLS dependOnRoupLlmberneck of poultry diseases A few drops in the drinking water keeps fowls healthy and tree from disease A 500 bottle makes 12 gallonsof medicine For the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases in turkeys iHASMn W W Ralston HopkialTille KyysOil I sityycarsandBourbonI have nuused for Cholera and Gapes I Manufactured only by IIIBourbon Remedy Co 1LIIAtAU Ladlni Druggist 50o praettl Trial Vlal Froa I For sale by IIAYDON It ROBERTSON DrUIllsfs rI Notice to ContractorsI have about 125 miles of Turnpike not under contract which I am ready to let contracts to be worked at once Also w ntlto receive 4ids for1e erection of anabutment of a bridge for plans and specifications Call and se me- a cP9 IJ1R MAYES Road Supervisor q t R ia i THE SPRINGFIELD SON WEDhiESDAY JULY 27191 5 rt OFIlATHAM SPRINGSx As Assignee of The Tatham Springs Company I will on i THURSDAY AUG 18 1910ABOUT 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 of about seven acres Qf land on which is situated the cel AI1eYtServantsThe Hotel contains about thirty bedrooms all fronting on broad verandas andare all furnished with hardwood furniture and bedding o all kinds The parlors office dining room and kitchen are all fully equipped with all necessary furniture suitable for thecontinuatin of the business aaa health nd pleasure resort hahe hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Island above high water overlooking Chaplin River springbybusinesstas should and can be under proper and attentive management The property is situated on the Automobile line as established by the Automobile Clubs of Ken tuckY and on the projected trolly line from LOUlEvllle to connect with the trolly system now main tamed in Central Kentucky and is accessible by other conveyances from all points in the State tatesThepropertytoThe property will be sold for onefourth cash the remainder payable in one two and three years thedaytaming a lien on the property and containing a clause that in default of the payment of any note or furias ove can on terms to be agreed on K W E SELECMAN Assignee Of Tatham Springs Co c This sale does not interfere with the management of then Hotell b Mrs Wornall this yea4 r n County Fair LContinuedfrom Page 8 i four 1000 to First 500 to Second lS 00 224 Jack two years old and under three 9oo to First 3ooto Second 1200 22S Jack ono year old and under two SOO to First 2S0to Second 7 SO 00fn t years and over JO 00 r 228 Jennet two years old and under three 10 00 r X229 jennet one year old and under two5ooto First 250ta Second 7 SO r 230- Jennet under one year 0 dP 5 00 231 Best Jennet and Jack Colt 500 to First 250 to Second 7 SO r2312Bes Jennet and Jennet Colt 500 to First 250 to Second 7 SO SWEEPSTAKES 233 Jack any age 1500 234 Jennet a11Y age ooo- MULESib235 Horse Mule three yearsold and over f 10 00 236 Horse Mule two years old and under three 10 00 237 Horse Mule one year old and under two 10 00 238 Horse Mule under one year old lpoo 239 Mare Mule three years old and over H 1000 240 Mare Mule two years old and under three 100b 241 Mare Mule one Year oldand under twoib00 242 Mare Mule under one year old IO 00 SWEEPSTAKES 243 Horse Mule any age IS 00 Y 244 Mare Mule any age IS 00 y245 Mare and Mule Colt L ISoo f246 Best Pair of Mules three years old arid over either sex 00y217 Best Pair of Mules two years old andunder shown to Oi1Ii halter IS 00 24 Special Premium by Louis Hamilton For the Best Colt sired by his Jack Bill Goebel the season pf 1910 219 Handsomest Boy Baby under one year eld Gocart yal c20 00 t RINGi n YBest Shetland Mare and Colt 10 00 SADDLE RING Committee S P Thompson and H 112 Grundy ConsiderationForm Style and Action Five gaits walk trot canter running walk fox trot or slow pace t 251 Beet Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding 50 per cent to First 35 per cent to Second IS per cent to Third 50 00 t Rule 2 does not apply to this ringfI t F HARNESS PURPOSES Consider tionStyle Form and Ac ion f 52 Stallion four years old and over 4 20 00 5i Stallion three years old and under four ftSOO x 254Stallionor Gel ingg two years old and under three 1O00 255 Stallion one year old and undertwo UH tooo 156 Stallion under one year old y to O BEST TURNOUT r 257 Best Turnout double horses harness and vehicle to be t considered To be driven by a gentleman accom panied by a lady u IS O 7 PONY RINGt 258 Best Pair of Shetland Mares Geldings or Stallions fobe J shown to harness 1000 C COMBINED RING To he ridden and driven SO percent in harness So ri r cent r fl under saddle a259wMare l or Gelding n2000 ROADSTER RING Ai i Committee Conrad Hertlein and S P Thompson ConsiderationSpeed and Endurance 50 per cent manners con formation gait and style of going 50 percent 260 Special Premium QY Cunningham Duncan Co Dealers in DryGods Clothing etc Best Stallion Mare or Gelding 5000 to First 3500 to second 1500 to Third 100 00 SADDLE RING 1 Five gaits walk trot canter running walk fox trot or slow pace 261 Mare three years old or over 2S 00 DOUBLE TEAM 11f wsConfogriation gait and general appearance to be considered 2Jr Special Premiu by TThe Seelback Hotel Co Louisville JCy Best DoubleTeam regardless of age color sex or ownership 2S00 to FirstlOP to Second 10go L to Third t 5000- 1 i VALLEY HILL Such lovely weather as the weather man has seen fit to send us during the past few days has been the source of submergedcitizensFlux has beer prevalent in this community for the past ten days many suZ JherefromMrs waS oWednesday n Mrs Ferguson of St Paul Minn arrived Wednesday to be the guest of MrsralmerGoatleyA trained nurse arrived from LOuis- ville Friday evening to take charge of Mrs S E Piles during her illhess J n WIlliams took his little son to Louisville last week where an OJAra lion was performed for blood which set in from a slight wound in playingimprovedMr of platSundayMr and Mrs Albert Mudd are re jolting over the recent arrival at their CongratulationsGC week end on business Mr and Mrs E S Goatley visits SundayRichard his wife has presented him with a fine son We certainly congratulate you Dick Mr and Mrs Jas E Goatley vIsited SundayMrs who has been seriously ill during the past two weeks of typhoid itt convalescing slowly at Chapliandn appreciateda large audience Sunday afternoon at- 30clock Mrs S P Derringer of Springfield FridatiSson county wereKue s of Ie ativesat this place last week end- Most of the grain has been stacked in this section Some is threshes otof the shock while others have been d layed because of mould Soreness of the muscles whether i duced by violent exercise or injury is quickly relieved by the free application of Chamberlains Liniment This irttent is equally valuable for muscular rheumatism and always ailords quick relief Sold by all druggists SPARROW Farmers are very busy with their crops as they have been so much delay ed by the recent heavy rains Corn arid tobacco hate been greatly damaged by the continued rainy weather vicinityThossold to Lee McGirk a tract of land containing 69 acres for 68000R Vowels sold toAlonzo Sammit one cow and calf for 51 School began at this place last Monday under the efficient care otMiss Martha Stinett The MIsses Bigot of Lebanon spent a few days last week with relatives at this place Dr A Hoffield arid family of La renceburg1spent last week with W H Fred Hahn and famIly ot near Fair fieldsspent Saturday allJ Sunday with Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley is spending this week with her parents at this place W C Cammack ariddaughter Jessie T spent Saturday night and Sunday with J D Sutherland and wife a Syca moreValley Leon Mitchell who has been quite SIck for the past few days is reported much improved at this writing The worlds most successful medics for bowel complaints is Chamberlains RemedItY and Bayed more lives than any o her medicine in use nvluablt for chili reqandadults Sold by all druggists I I W IRINGFIILD TEETH Pain sUanrv Done in this office is first I andjI EmsOver McElroy Shaders GroceryERZ IeOeOeOeoeoeOeoeoeoeoeoea a Person l Notes oeIJ n Visitors In and Out of TownA RoundUpoftheWeeks o Personal News e SQoeoeoeoeQeoeooeo opa Mr and Mrs Geo Greene of Lou isville spent several days here oast- week Miss Minnie Blandford has xnctherMrsMrs Wells of Bloomfield i the guests ot relatives here Mr John M Wycoff of Mackville was in town Tuesday spentSundayMiss Annie Cooper will return to her home in Louisville Sunday after spending several months here Mr and Mrs C W Hagan of Leb anon spent Sunday here Miss May Mayes has returned home after a visit to Miss Mary AmUs at Oakland Ky- Messrs Will and Evan Hagan were in Lexington Sunday IYisses Lottie Simms and Marie returned home after a visit to friends in Bardstown 1Miss BessIE Campbell andMr Rob spent Wednesday at Tatham Springs i Miss Katherine Simms IS visiting relatives in Bardstown Miss Fannie Wall is in Louisville this week Miss Francis Martin is the guest of Miss Ellen Gregory at Pleasent Grove Miss Barbara Kuhn arid Mr Bennie Wathen were In Lebanon Sunday Misses Mick Sweeney and Brownie Leachman have returned to their homes in Louisville after a visit to Miss Nan nie Thompson visitinggr8rvln Noe has returned to her home in Columbus 0 atteri a visit to relatives here LouisvilleMr Geo Knapp and Ison of St Louis and Mrs Lou smith iare visit MrstMrs N G Marks is the guest o Mrs W K Marks at Lotus =Miss Louise Medley has returned to her home at Owensbo o after a months VIsit to relatives here Mr and Mrs Chas Hardesty of relativehereMrs J I Wimsatt anh children ot Lopisvillp will arrive aturdayt o visit Mrs Willitt thmsMaryANoeof Louisville is the guest of her son K A Noe MemphisTenndon jMrs C H McIntire is visiting her Morganfield Master Gilbert Young who has been very dangerpusly ill with appends citls for the past month is much better annWillisburg Saturday Mrs Millie Rireheart who has been visitint friends here returned to todaySheFannie Robertson who will spend some time Messes O Ih Hat hett and Frank McCabe are tourmg the Blue Grass sectIon on their motorcycles They will be gone 10rabouti a week Mrs H F iBellebaum wo has been visiting her son L H Bellebaum here for several days lust week return ed to her home in Bowling Green Ky Friday Evening last Mr Mike DaJison is the guest of his brother Mr Davison DrE McKay Miller has returned to his home LQuisville after a pleas ant VISIt to Dr and Mrs Trusty Mrs W F Trusty and children weddingwRichards Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOil PIClitCS AND FAIRS A Spocialtr Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Brass Band KynAugustus G8eamtM D Specialist in Typhoid Fever 15 days sufferingPhone IOn alF 1i Pieses of I PORCH AND LAWN Goods Left Which J s U A are Offering Ie r K ABSOLUTELY IiI A T COSTu AI l if 1 I Leachman Cam bell s- x Furniture Store 11f1 TEXAS SptingfieldisMr and Mrs Bob Langford entertained a number of their friends Wed nesday night in honor of the Misses Hollmseed of Louisville R L Arnold was in Louisville Wed nesday Misses Nan and Bessie Cocaitou her spent Saturday and Sunday with the Misses Pope of Pleasant H J Cocanougher and iamlly are vis- ItinK their daughters Mrs Tom Bailey of Hillsboro Elev W d Williams and Miss Ann McChord of Springfield spent Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs R L Cocanougher and family of Perryville spent part of the week With relatives here WorthTexasspenIris Pet rsonrMiss Hattie Arnold spent the week end with Mrs Carter of Harrodsburg Mesdames Wilhelm Peterson and E P Goode were in Louisville Sunday to- seetheir mother who is undergoing- treatment there Mr and Mrs Nat Campbell of Sims town spent Sunday with the latters mother here- Jerome Wilson is very ill with fever One of the infant twins of Mr and Mrs Htrnan Purdom will be buried In the Bethlehem cemetery today The little one was tuck only a few daYt with brain fever The other baby is very parentsMr DEEP lREEK J Woodsie Elliott bought a horse from Dr Harness of Alictton for 125 Mrs Mattie Russell vISited Mrs FIo- rd Key last Friday night John L Harmon sold a sGwand seven shoats to George L Elliott for 45 Mr and Mrs Otho Burns were enter tained by Mr and Mrs George Elliott last Wednesday night spentlastMathleyt at Jensontown Mr and Mrs Martin Coyle entertain ed last Sunday Mr and Mia Addle White and Mrs Lucinda Blacketer Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman nightMMiss Mattie Elliott of Danville is spending a few weeks here with her relatives Mrs Amy Carpenter and Miss Matti- Elliott and Mrs Eva Elliott visited Mr and Mrs James Low near Mackville list Tuesday MIss Lillie Bottom of Mackville BestIt Light Bread- Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of fancy Cakes By calling us any morn ing at eleven oclock r of her brother J S Chyle last week Mrs Eva Elliott and Miss Lottie Bestwere Visitingat Stewarts last Friday IHenry Houerman attended a party at lastWednesdayW p Cocanou her who has been on asbeingverybusysaid be very scarce twochitdrenAlmaMattie Harmon Friday afternoon SCIENCE HALL Mis Tavia Goodlet the teacher at Science Hall will give an ice cream supper at the home of Mr S D Mudd Friday 1July 29 for the benefit ofthe school lt that place Everybody invited Mis es Mattye Clarkson Agnes Rudd latterIoore ThuljiayTheilittle Mrs thiswritingT Montgomerysthis MisS Lillian Piles is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Luke Barlow of this place MisSes Minnie 1Iarkson Catherine Thompson and Favia Goodlett Messrs Frank Clarkson and MarshaU Thompson SpringfieldMonday The farmers in this community are cropsIen The school is setting along nicely at thIs place under the management of MIss Jravia Goodlet St jte Shapez Sta e banks in KentJcIw areiIiex eellen condition in the main according to the reports of the banks received by th Secretary of State J F R They bank clerk in the Secretary of State office in looking over the reports from the various banks finds that consiQercd as a whole the banks are in watcheing cl sely those banks which are n any w y shaky and will protect the ir- teres of the depositors Mr Ramey- says e finds the bankS in excellent con dltioni fcACEI4Hot 69 And your order wiU pe promptly atlended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BRO When down town try one of our ttt GRAPE JUICES 5S i w SERIAL EAn Heirto 1 l4i11ions t y r Frederick Reddalct- Autbor fI he Other c7an- etc mutrat1onbyRayWa1ter iz CopYr1iht by J BLlppincott C9 SYNOPSIS mil1I0nalrattorney to draw up a will leaving all his whomheAndytellsquarrelafterward that she and his daughter were YorktIng his fiance Eunice Trevecca what he oftwentyattorneyaRoger Hews reports the result ot his MeleenLeMeleen Is alive WIlfrld sees an ad concerningMartha hisdeadadvertisement CHAPTER VcontTnued SShe occasIonally spoke of an elder countrybutcan remnenber and ce alwaYJJ sup posed he was killed in the war And hi namsUr IY you f ive heard her mtion hfz name 1lrSten IrWhy certainly It was Andrew Andrew Meleen of course The lawyers indifferent manner had disappeared and he had leaned for ward anxoimsly In his chair pending this answer but now he resumed his former positJon with as much satisfaction shining in his fat face as the legal proprl tles ever permitted Well Mr Stennis I am warranted rn golmig SS far as to say that this In tervlew has been eminently satisfac tory up to this poht and I am delighted to have made your acqualn tance I will have those little details to whIch I alluded lo ked up and if you will do me the honor to call here at thesame hour this day week I may have some Interesting news for you some exceedingly interesting news ln fact Butbutt stammered Wilfrid I am not a bit wiser than when I tame JnL Youve pumpet me dry and I should like tQ know- something about the adverUsementwh t it means and sO would mymy friends Mr Passavant looked at the quiver- Ing Will compassionately and dispas onately over his goldrimmed glasses Your Impatience Is quite excusable under the circumstances my dear qir but until w have in our hands the collateral proofs of which I have spoken it would be manifestly im proper for nib to commit myself further GOQdmornin And so as Wiltrid ruefully told Eun1ce that evening I came away like the king of Prance who marched up th hill and down again and got nothing for my trouble Eunice made him tell the story of the Interview twice over and then sat quietly ruminating her forehead and eyebrows puckered In a puzzled frown It must beI am sure of it Wilf she exclaimed at length The advertisement has soniething to do with that longlost uncle Andrew of yours Do you really think so said Will dubiously Why all old Passavants talk was about mother he only men tioned uncle Andrew once You silly boy the girl exclaimed with pretty petulance giving him a little push thats the very thing that makes me sure From which it may be seen that Eunice 1revecca possessed what has been called the leaping mind So there was nothing for it but to wait the week out with what patience the trio could musterfor Eunice and old Trdvecca were equally Interested with WIlfrid The time passed In all sorts Of feverish conjecturea au Wilt it must be onfessed was a somewhat idle and careless apprentice all that week Hence it was with a beating heart and all sorts of nameless and formless expectations that Stennis presented himself in Temple court at the appointed hour one week later This time his reception was cordiality itself tempered with such marked rspect 08 to be positively em barrassiu to a youngster so Inex- perlence4 in the ways of the world There ws a third person presentl also intrbuced as Mr Phineas Car boy the senior member of the firm Both partners Impressively shook hands with their visitor and were quite deferential In manner Mr Paso savants demeanor might even be de- scribell as parentally affectionath Wilfrid sat on the edge of the prof fered seat in some trmpldation and found himself focussed bya battery 01 four eyes and two pairs of eye- tsws1r so iespGctfully mOl1cItous wu the manner of hIs recepton Mr Pus savant led off n one of his pompously rounded periods fsa pleasure to renew the Qo- quaintance of so presentable a young gentleman as yourself Mr SteIi 1 anto be the bearers of what will I am ure be most grateful tidings Not the least Item in our gratification consists In the fact that ou bear a most dignified and euphonius nameone eminently fitted to grace the good for tune we are about to annOunce Wil frid Stennis Esquireah He rolled out the full title in his best forensic manner and our unsophisticated Wilt who was staggered by all this unex pected homage and flattery hardly recognized his own familiar appella tion Here Mr Carboy with an impatient cOugh took up the tale as though he would say We have had the fancy touches and the flummery now lets get down to business The facts are briefly as follows Mr Stennis This firm for many years past has numbered among its most valued clients your late la- mnentd maternal uncle Mr Andrew Meleen whose reputation in the west was largely merged in the town named after him in the state of Nevada Wilfrtd could not repress a gesture of surprise at the mention of old An drews name Eunice was right after nThree months ago Mr Stennis your uncle died not very suddenly but full of years and chIliless He was I am happy to say for your sake a very wealthy man I had the honor to draw his last will and testament in which he named Mr Passavant and myself as coexecutOrs The estate will foot up at 25000000 partly in paying mining properties but mainly in cash and available securities Besides this prIncipal there ii also a yearly income at the present market values of silver and copper of some thing like tlOOOOOO YoUr uncles will makes you sole legatee and It be comes our very pleasant duty Mr Stennis to congratulate YOU upon your goOd fortune From wiat we can learn of You personally I have no hesitation in expressing the opinion that this vast wealth could not have fallen Into better hands Both partners rose to their feet at this peroration and each grasped a hand of the umlounded Wllfrid who stood speechless before them saying never a word vainly essaying to moisten his parched Ups Then he sat down saying piteously Im Ofraid I dont quite take it aU in gentlemen You must give me time to realize the news Oh you will soon get used to the situation my dear sir said the bland and beaming Passavant with a return to his fatherly manner Surely echoed Mr Carboy with a compassionate smile YQU will be one of the richest young men of the agetwentyfive mil1ionsin realty and a yearly income of a million besides It was more than poor Wit could Oomrehend ata moments notice With these words ringing in hs earl hll1ggered out of the office and gained the street there to walk it otL CHAPTER V 1 Horatio Passavant occupied rest denee on Park avenue that dullest of New Yorks many dull uptown streets The place and Its furnishings like flj owner were heavy eminently respeutable pompous and quite px- tenUous The household consisted of himself his daughter and his spinster sister the latter tolerated chiefly because she made an admirable sheepdog for the seco being conveniently deaf quite colorless as to opinions and c pable oft complete BelfeffaceI1ent upon occasion Clara Pass vant the daught r wu commonly accounted a hand om woman of a pate blonde stately ype l beauty she was thoroughlY ner cenary brilliant as an icicle and mear lyas and anbi tious Hertallconsuming aim in life was to contract a splendid marriage- in her eyes money was the indis perisable requisite for human happi ness and although she probably never shaped tile thought in so many words she would undoubtedly sell her self to the highest bidder Fmther and daughter were sitting over their dessert on the evening of the day which brought to Wilfrid the tidings of his stupendous change in fortune The scene was far as the antipodes from the humble interior over in Macdougal street where an other and a more momentous inter view was at that very moment also taking place Now tell me about this Mr Stennis- of yours papa said Clara after the servants had retirediIs he at aU presentable Not half bad my dear returzi U1formed HIIsshimmer of her bracelet His income from his mining pro erties alone is 1000000 a year an there is a capital nestegg of at least twOntyfive million back of that A million dollars a year mused Clara aloud one could support an establishment anywhere very comfortably on that Her father gave vent to an excla mation that was very like a snort of disgust One yeal of his income is more than I have massed in aU my ptofesslollal life When does lie come into hIs prop erty was the ieautys next que lun 1ii i t h Oh practically frnmedIty There are but few legal tormaUtfeJ to be observed I should think he would feel very grateful to you continued Clara ufor rescuing him tram poverty and obscurity Well you see my dear said r Passavant rubbing his double chin dubiously at this characteristio fern mine bit of logic the facts being as they were we could hardly help find Ing him there was really no trouble at all any other firm could and would have done liS well I do not exct1y perceive why he should be especially grateful on that score No doubt the young nan feels kindly towards me have every reason to belieym that he does in point of fact What has ho been doing for a living all these years His vocation has been that of bookk per in a large export house downtown I suppose he knows nothing what ever of society papa He could have no really nice people among his acquaintances Highly Improbable I shoill say was the rejoinder I was thinking Clara that we might do the poor fellow a signal service by taking him up4ntroducing him in the right Quarters and all that sort of thing with an airy wave of the hand Very likely he gobbles MR soup and eats with his knife Do you suppose lie ever walked through a cotillion in his life said Clara with supercilious disdain Her father gave a ventral chuckle Come come my dear we must not be too hard on young Stennis He has rtally quite passable manners and imprespes me as a man who would quiekl7fall into civilized ways Oh you hien do that betttt than women anyvay commented this mature girl satIrically Has he any drawbacks In the way of detrimental relativesany sisters He is absolutely alone In the world my dear He was the only son of his mother and she was a widow His father was a civil engineer by profession Thats something in his favor admitted the daughter of the house What is his full name papa Wtlfrid Stennls Does he spell it wihan i orWit aneV With an iWilfrid Rater a wellsounding namedOnt you think so Oh it will do said Clara in4iffer- ently Suppose we invite him to dinner some night suggested Mr Pauavant at length just by ourselveu you know Then you can take his meas ure andererform your own esti mate or his possibilities This was precisely what the eche ming Clara had been leading towards although she knew full well that It Was More Than Poer Wilt Could Comprehend manlike her father woul4 probably claim credit for the idea should the experiment turn out well As you please papa Shan WI say a week from next Wednesday The sooner the bettor my dear And so WUrids social fate was settled In the privacy of her own room thai night before she slept Clara paSs vant went to herdaintyeacritoia and taking pen and paper wrote aevera1 times tn a dashing bold hand the words Mrs Wllfrid Stennis scanning the sheet at arms length Them she tore the paper into ishreds laughed softly tQ herself antI proceeded to make her quite elaborath toilet for the night Almost at the same hour anothei equally interestingeplsode of talk WM In progress amid tar different sur roundimigs and yet the subject was almost identically the same the actors only being different TO BE CONTINUE- DDroadmindedorwegians Ecclesiastical recbgition has been given the sport of skifpg Ia Norway in the special short eJtrly service held In all the cliurclis during the season for the conveni nee of skiers These services are caliea skiing prayers and a stranger comin into the as cred dUlces on such a occasio might think lie had blundeliejJ1nto the barracks of a ski corps How erth services are much liked andviry well attended and there is no differee ol opinion about the wisdom of the church authorities in thus eoura glng a spqrt making so atrongly tm- beaUqy bodies and therefore gpJng a long way towurd making healthy souls Outing Live In the LIght Never do anything that Involvt secrecY or the 1ant of candor or ft may IeaI to dark methodts ot Inquir- jbyour xighbor r t t KENTUCKY 1 GLEANINGS 1 =WHAT IS GOING QN IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTHI SCHOOLS ON UNIFORM BASIS Same Course of Study In Every School In State orKentuckyform basis and the course of study wm be the same in every school in the state This was determined upon at a meetings of the state board of education It was also determined to have a uniform certificate or di ploma for the high schools of the state and all diplomas in the fut re will be issued by the state superintendent of public instruction instead ot bythe county authorIties The high schools have been stand ardized but no provision had been made for issuing diplomas to the coun ty high school graduates This was covered by the action and the graduates of the county high schools will get the same diplomas as graduates ot any other high schools The action of the boad of education in adopting a uniform couse of study to the rural aptionthe schools of the state will teach the same thing no matter whether the school is located iii Hickman or Pike ille NEW BRIDGE OVER OHIO Three Roads Join for Control of New Structure Louisville KyAn agreement whereby a new company isorgahized to control the new bridge to be built ui place of the Kentucky and Indiana lridge Cos present structure was filed In the county clerks office by the Bali tirnore Ohio the Monon the South eniand the K L The agreement states that the three railroads have caused to be acquired the property formerly owned tiy the K Sc L and that a company has been organized to be known as the Kentucky and In diana Bridge and Railroad Coto conduct the business over the new bridge The agreement wlll be effective for 9 years and authorizes the issuance of securities to the extent of 10000 000 It is provided that no other rail road except those controlling the bridge under this agreement nay use thb bridge except with the consent of five directors CHILD IS ATTACKED Harrodsburg RyAn unidentified white man attacked MaryAshtord a 12yearold child near Mundilys Land Ing The child hud gon to the rural mall box several hundred yards from her home and the man called to her to come to him saying that he had something to tell her Wthen she approached him he attempte to Outrage her The child fought heroically and in the struggle all her clothing was torn from her body Her cries attracted a colored man who hurried toward the accue Seeing the negro approach ing the man jumped the fence and escapd into the Kentucky river cliffs the negro firing three shots after him as he ran WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC Frankfort KyLeah Bell proprie tor of a resort and Tames Collins a train butcher were presented in per lice court in connection with thlfal leged white slave case recently un earthed by the police when Miss 1et- fUa Wright a 19yearold girl of Dar bourvUle Ky came to the city on the alleged request of the Dell woman After hearing the evidence Acting Judge Gocke held Leah Bell and Collin over to the grand jury under bond of UOOO on the charge of promoting delinquency of a female minor Leah hell was held to the grand Jury on all additional cliarge of keeping a disor derly house and the bond in this in stance was fixed at 2O0 FEMALE HOLY ROLLER Georgetown KyDeputy SherIff Mig Fleming was thwarted after hay lag traveled hlmost to the Harrison county line to arrest Mrs John Reed en a chargO of insanity FlCI1ln claims that the woman and her husband resisted arrest and that the whole family whom he says have become members of the Holiness re lIglon and are known as Holy Rollers joined in the affray The woman is alleged to have fired from the community a preacher or Muddy Ford throwing a watt pitcher Rt him A posse and two deputies will rttempt to arrest Mrs Reed- FAMOUS POOL SELLER Louisville KyJoseph T Burt known as tUrcle Joe Burt and one or the thost famous sellers ofauetion pools in Louisville In the days when this adjunct to thE turf flourished con stantly dIe at his home Burt was G6 years or age Back in the seventies and eighties when Louis yule was the undisputed turf center of the United Statos Burt was one of the chief figures in the group of turfm who conducted the ttirr ex- rhiing Jud other interests devoted to- Ibe Ha horse j Kentucky Intelligence Franklin Alch Chatman an aged citizen of Franklin was stricken with paralysis and is in a IUcal cond tion Owensb6roMrs Maddish fed of stomach trouble afteij a Shottmi ness She was 66 years od and leaves a husband and three chidre- naducahS B Penn city attorney pf Bandana and apr minent poll tician of this end of the state died suddenly here He was 64 years old FrankfortGov Willson appointed Cot John R Atkinson o Earllngton delegate from KentucKY to the Appa lachian exposition at Knoxville Tenn this fall Carrol1ton Walter Adams 35 a wellknowii farmer of the Whites Run neighborhood committed suicide by shooting He was m of typhoid fever and it is believed that his mind had become unbalanced and In qis delirium he ended his life Paducah Edwar Clark 42 a well known shlpcaulker died at his home on the Hinkleyfl1e road from dropsy He had been a sufferer for twelve months He Is survIved by his moth er three daughters one son and a sister all of this city- HarrbdsburgAfter being unable to speak for six years Mrs Sarah Prewltt who resides near Nevada in this county has just had her power of speech restored At the time she lost her voice she had undergone a very severe attack of grip ShbyvilleCon Sullivan 43 for lner city engineer died of lockjaw which dnveloped from a rusty nail which penetrated his foot a week ago His condition was regarded as hope less from the first and death was has tened by convulsions just preceding the end FranklortSeretary uf State Bruner having refused to accept the amended articles of incorporation of the Inman Furniture Co changing the name of the company wlthout paying the organiiation tax JRDuffin of Louisville has given notice thnt he- will file suit If lie wins the state will lose thousands of dollars which It now collects OwensboroThe 25th anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev A T McConnell of St Stephens Catholic church was celebrated by the memo hers of his congregation A solemn high mass was followed by a ban quet at the Rudd hotel at which the priests were In attendance A recep tion was later held at the home of Father McConnell MarysvilleThe city of Marysvllle has been permanently restrained through atl Injunction decided by Circuit Judge C D Newell from removing the fracks of the Marysville Street naUvay and Transfer Co in order that Market street might be paved The court held that It was not necessary to remove the track Federal Judge A lL J Cochran Is president of the company FrankfortTheo cersot the court of appeals elected to serve for the next two years are James SmlthCyn thlana sergeantatarms R W Cheek of Taylor county Claude Hazelrlgg of Montgomery and S L Hopkins of Henderson assistant sergeantatarms Judge T R McBeath of Louisville court rter and Miss Anna Nourse or Elizabethtown assistant court reporter F ranktortThe state board of education fixed the bonds of the book companies whichwill supply books to the county high schools The bonds range from 500 to 2000 The board also approved a course of study for the rural schools and agreed upon a unl form diploma for county high school graduates which will admit holders to all the colleges and universities with out examination JexingtonThe famous thorough bred stallion Woolsthorpe property of Cot Milton Young died at the farm of John D Cart near this city Wools thorpe was 22 years old and his death was due to old age and the ex esslG heat Voolsthorpe as bred in Eng land and was by Tlbthorpe son of the Derby and St Leger winner YolU gour out of Light of Other Days DaUe a highclass raePo horse LexingtonThe disappearan f o- JIrank Demma the 12yearold n ol Joseph D mma an Italian frui ped dler iproving a puzzle to t police qnd detectives A reward or 100 fOI return of the boy alive has been offered It is generally believed that the boy was either drowned while swimming in some of the ponds In the Suburbs Qr has been enticed away by older boys who wanted to see the countryHendersonA deal was con sum- mated here In which the Coryclon Coal Cos properties in this county wero transferred to an Alabama syndicate acting under the firm name of the Cahaba Coal Co the president of the company being R C Middleton of Birmlnghant Ala This deal involves in additIon to the coal shaft and ap lrnrtenants several thousand acres ot coal rights in the immediate vicinity HendersbnT M lenklns one of Hendersons most venerable and well known citizens lied after an Illness of only a few days JIe had been a resident of this city for 50 years and was for the greater part of that time in the mercantile business PaducahTJJi Downs a promi nent business man of Fredonla is dy Ing at the Palmer house from a stroke of apoplexy Two physicians are at tending him but they hve no hope for recovery ills wife arrived t9 at his bedside Downs formerly was connected with the Irvngton Producq- Co at IrYinJton II MORE i FINIuuS CURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy Oronogo YoU I was simply nex Tolls wreck I could not walk acrOH floor without- my11 tt heart fluttering and I even receive a letter hadIt as wouldi14 nerves a l qgreat deal of good and has alsorelieved recommendedto MrsMmWomaziSt andbadtakinLypound regularlyand used the Sanative Wash and now Ihave no more troubles C7UPrescottBecause your case is a difficult one gooddoE Pinkharns Vegetable Compound a trial Itsurely has cured many cases of female ills such as infiammation ulcerationdisplacementl fibroid irregularities bearingdownfeeling vous prostration It cQsts but a trIfle- mUlions IVISIONARY JlggSon1f a man cQuld only sell coal at thenorth pole or ice In badesl- W1ggson But thats out of the question JuggsonI kmiow but gee just think of the prices he could get IOld Advice 1f nag rYou never get this scene right Your business wIth the sweet peas is all wrong and you forget when you are to speakyou get your lines all mixed up ActressAll rijht sir Ill be more attentive and fix the sweet peas anet try to get my lines in the rIght place- ManagerYour course is very elm pIe JUst mind your peas and cnesi Baltimore American Confused Impressions Of course you know the stOry of William Tell said the seriou citizen To tell you the trpth replied Yr- ClIIlrox Im not clear about htrn I cant exactly remember whether he was a marksman or a famous opera singer Not an Objection II think hed like to otn your club but his wife wouldnt hear of itShe wouldnt hoar of it Why I kow of halt a dozen m il who would jIuour club if their wives couldnt hear of it 1 A Dream of Ease6 Post 10asties NO COOKING An economical hot weather luxury food that pleases andsatisfies atarymeal So good youll want more Srved right frQm the package with cream Or milk Especially pleasing with fresh berries IThe Memory Lingers I FkglOcsadISc Solely Grocers Postum CerealCoLirnited Creek Mich I LBattie t T h r j 4I d SnRNSENI GrlS took quick Gail sprang from her chair and ran to the window isnt that Anne Gage going byZ It Is as I live Anne Anne she caned thumping upon the wIndow wIth aU her mIght Then she flew to the front door and flung It wide open Anne turned and her absorbed face brightened with a smile She had not before been aware that her attention S was being demanded And Anne was always so quick to hear and se- eOh Is that you Gail she ex claimed She came slowly up the Bteps hold out her hand There was a gentle abstraction In her man ner a dreaminess in her face a conscious reserve in her voice that Gail noticed without beIng able to define and which was new to her Certainly Annes three months of absence had oilanged her perceptibly f Im so glad to see you Gall said kissing her a little breathlessly I did not look for you so soon When a did you come Oh we came yesterday father and 1 But it is no sooner then we ex pected to come She followed Gall into the parlor where Fanny Leal who was always cold and Hilda Mains who could never be happy at any distance from Fanny were hovering over the radiator and eagerly awaiting her entrance Oh Anne They both kissed her rapturouslyAnd wrote me only two letters in all those three months Fanny reminded her reproachfully You wrote me only once Anne Hilda took up the complaint And Gall says you treated her almost as badly Such snippy letters toot Nothing to them but beginning and end mg Well now By the beginning you knew I was alive and well and by the endIng you knew I loved you In lr Jorthe same old way JVhatmoie would you have Anne parrIed laughingly sitting dOwn comfortably and loosen Ing her furs- Lotsmore HIlda grumbled We wanted to know about your good times and your beaux for surely you mus t have had both No girl could spend three months at a Georgia winter re sort without them Anne was slowly pulling off her gloves while she studied a water colo upon the opposite wall Yet she di not seem to see the picture so much as something far beyond It Oh beaux and good times she said YesI suppose I had as many of both as were good for me She was fumbling at her left glove It yielded suddenly and slipped from her hand I Anne the three girls cried In one breath starting Anne looked dow n at herglpamtng new ring with a flush and smile And you never told us It happened just before I came away she explained shyly And- you came away to get ready married Girls our Anne 11Fanny turned and awestruck faced one and then the other There was a moments tense silence then they fell upon her and kissed her I am sorryl mean Im so happy Gail stammered But Anne you I never dreamed of such a thing after youd been about so much and had so many chances you wouldnt take right here in this town too Oh Anne Well 7 Anne turned the ring upon her finger lovingly Well l should say Hilda sat d Then the three sae down and stared at her as It she suddenly had been transformed Into a new being Is your father pleased deman d ed Gall firmly Is he nice asked Fannie Is he as good looking as John Wilbur Hildas tone was wistful She had always wanted John Wilbur herself questionsi at Anne defended He is coming up here In a month or so and Yob will all have a chance to see him and judge for your elt 4whether he Is nice or not i think he Is u he can suit you Anne he must be u Diarvel Hilda sighen Your taste men Is so fastidious Mother has always said you Would never mar ry beeauSqyou would never find any one who even approached your Ideal Is he tall and blonde Anne And handsome But of course he Is Gall cried excitedly What does he do inquired Fanny Is he a lawyer or a clergyman or She paused trying to recall the pro fesafon Anne had always shown most preference for Oh he is a business man Anne said still turning her ring proudly Then he is rich of course Oh Anne how lucky you are Hilda IgshedYes I think I am lucky Anne said complacently I t lnk he Is lucky to get Anne said loyal Gail Ob Gall you are partial Anne chided Wait till you see him and then you will wonder how ho could Over have chosen me Have you got his pIcture Fanny asked Anne shook her head What Is his name questioned HildaHis name Is Theodore Rlvlngton Reese Anne announced the name slowly and with becoming reverence What a beautiful name Gall bf athedDo yOU call him Teddy for short iOh no Anne looked startled No Indeed Teddy would be horribly out of placewith him Theodore Rivlngton Reese Hilda repeated Why that name might have come out of a nbvel Mrs Theodore Rlvlngton Reese Doesn it sound grand- Makes John Wilbur sound shabby doesnt It Gall queried min chlevously Poor John Anne pulled on her gloves while the girls watche her with mingled feelings of envy and interest and regret Well I must go She rose Come and see me and well talk it allover You havent said av ord about yourselves How could we when we were so In terested In you Gall asked Yoc are forgiven for your long neglect of us weunderstand everything now I knew you would Anne said And you are happy But of coursee you are Fanny hung upon het anxiously Happy Annes voice had tM hush of exceeding joy My dears you will never know how happy until you each find the one man for yourself I suppose not the girls said They followed her to the door When she had gone they returned solemnly to the radiator I knew no ordinary man would get her Gall reflected at length Isnt it wonderful Fanny mused Fate does Indeed lurk In unexpected places Anne herself never dreamed of this when she went south for her fathers health Tall and blonde and handsome and rich Such a lucky girl She didntt say Hilda said a little sharply thinking of plain good John who had courted Anne unsuccessfully I know she didnt Gall returned firmly But we all know Anne wouldnt have him lf he wasnt all that and more Within a week the whole town was agog over Anness unexpected engage went And when she began to pre pare for her betrotheds visit her girl lovingdtheir curiosity to see him As his visit was only to last three days on account of his not being able to leave hIs business for a longer time Anne had decided to hold a reception for him the evening of his are rival Theodore Rlvingtori Reese was met at the station by a closed carriage It being a rainy day and of course no one caught a glimpse of him during his rapid passage to the Gabe home Fanny Hilda and Gail bravely- togged In finery fresh for the occasion went together flushed and fiut terittg with excitement As they entered the large old Gage parlor they beheld Anne standing very tall and stately In all the glory of pale yellow organdy a fair picture surely In the sight or all men with her betrothed beside her The girls stumbled through their greetings and retired with precipitate haste to the privacy of the corner be hind the winding staircase where theY clung together some momenta speechless fOIr He is nearly head shorter gasped Fanny Th n jerking her black and blue arm from Gans un consciously cruel gel And he wears glasses and he Is getting fat aid and he Is every day Of wailed Hilda And he keeps eYjhardware store Olt moaned But ste loves cried Gall In vindicatIon Yes she loves him Fanny agreed Girls If love can d that it can dO anythIng And she might have had Jthn WII bur Hilda said Then their solemnity gave way to hysterical giggling which lasted until John Wilbur who had been looking everywhere for Hilda came peeping around the corner and Inqi4red what was the matter I Millinery for All 0 MANY girls are trying their S hands upon hat making at home that a few examples of those hats which are likely to be most success ful In the hands f the amateur are interesting just n w These are the hats made of em roidery or lace or wise and batlst which have come to be a staple for idsummer and are known as lingers hats New models this year show any fabrics which have not been us d heretofore Fine dimities lawns an mills In fact any sheer pretty ini summer material such as are use for midsummer gowns Is consider d available for the lingerie hat The prettiest mOdels show combination of allover em broidery land th materials I have mentionedThe desl s for the amateur are those made o edgings of lace or embroidery either wide or narrow All the hats are made over wire frames which are first covered with very sheer mull or with chiffon This first covering Is either shirred over the frame or made into a fitted casing for the brim and laid smoothly over the crown A scant ruffle of wide 1 pIece and deep are used for his the piece Is used fo the ipper part the seams by the deep is to a strip of that Is sewn to lower edge of port The collar and sleeve bands are of The frills of cam brie that finish the are by Hat of straw the brim slight turned llP In a of May forms the about 7 yards Inches wide 3 yards about 6 yards 1 yard ribbon 114 yard lace for co holds good In the summer both to line are seen In and silk crepes they form the entire Is laid about the brim over the edge about the depth of the In such a hat the crown two rows of and a small crown of them band and bowl of wide ribbon and a ot flowers the hat which Is quite as satisfactory when made at home as when made If narrow of lace or em Is used It Is sewed row o row and quite often the under brim i faced with scant ruffles sawed In the same way Very sheer or oth er is often laid In a double ruffle over the brim for girlis The hat by the way worn by maid and matron alike I has been called the baby hat It was first made for little girls when they out of took on the of hats bust on a frame It Is and beauti ful and may be taken apart and the Study the lIn gene hat for like the waist It has come to stay BOTTOMLEY PRETTY FOR DRESS WEAR HAT IN HOT WEATHER Allover embroidery flouncing embroidery princess Outlined sertion flounce gathered insertion princess plain cambric plaited puffed sleeves divided ribbon white front wreath blossom trimming Materials required embroidery flouncing Insertion edging larChantecler and peasant inauence fashion colorant Persian patterns cotton sometimes garment edging falling scallop madoby sewIng edghn together making putted cluster famiiial garden finishes elsewhere edging broidery batiste embroidery wearers lingerie because graduated bonnets and dignity durable materials laundered lIngerie JULIA IDEA important for the Glrl Who Has a Dislike for Hair of Different Shades TDo you want streaked haIr of 17 different shades when Aext autumn comes around It yoU do not you must make up your mind to wear a hat during the summer A bother yoU say Of course Did you ever know anything connected with keeping fresh that wasnt a bother And It Is not half as hard as spend lag time and money later getting over the effects of sunburnt hair Too strong a dose of sun acts on the hair by drying natural oils In the scalp and then burning just as a hot flatiron scorches linen wearabatthe scalp to counteract this dryIng effect Remember that the most beautiful hair In the world comes from the peasant women of Brltaby who keep their heads covered with their little white caps A Summer Coat A simple but be8Utlfujc at for weal over a lingerie gown the summei evenIngs Is of black chi on cut three quarter length and at the sides the slashlngs slafhed connected by taffeta silk tabs sleeves are slashed and samE manner and In fronttheneck Is cut very lowthe only fastetling Is a tan sel of silver cord AU the edges are embroidered In n wave design In tht mountedbversubstituted as the cost material This wrap ma sound difficult to make but It Is not so and with the help of a lucky remnant or two the expense will be slight Irish Lace Collars With the return of warn weather the fashidn has swerved back to Irish lace collars We will Wear moro of them this summer than for years The girl In her new suit has mostly Irish lace around the neck For this reason she wears a tourlnch Irish lace collar around her coat and a four or six Inch one around her blouse which Is collarless This collar dips down for wi Inch In front and Is finished with a plaited jabot of Irish lace and linen WEAK KIDNEYS WEAKEN Tiii WHOLE B9DY J FNo chain Is stronger than Its Weak est link No man Is sop than his kidneys Overwork gains eta weaken the kidneys and the whole body suffers Dont neglect the slight es kidney ailment Begin using Deans Kidney P1113- IVt at once They are especially for sick kidneysQ Hiatt Oswe go Kans says For many years I suf fered from kidney disorders I wasi treated by specialists In Kansas CIty and Chicago was told I had an abscess of the kidneys and an operation was advised I thereupon began the use of Doans Kidney Pills and gradually improved Soon an operation was unnecessary as my kid neys were well Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 60 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y She Lives In Blngv1l1e A South Missouri paper Is carrying this ad Attractive woman not a day over thirty would be pleased to corre spond with eligible man Not abso lutely necessar that he should be young Would prefer one with prop erty but one with a good paying poss tlon would be satisfactory The young lady Is of medium height has brown hair and gray eyes not fat although ooost decidedly she Is not skinny Her friends say she Is a fine looking woman Object matrimony Reason for this advertisement the young woman lives In a little dinky town where the best catches are the boys behind the counters In the dry goods and clothing stores and every one of them Is spoken for by the time he Is out of his short pants Address Hazel Eyes Box 23 Bingville Mo1 Kansas City Star His Claim to Prominence At a social gathering a certain man intent on knowing every one was In troduced to Senator Julius C Burrows of Michigan The name Burrows Is very famil certaingsome nence Yes replied Senator Burrows I am the man that dIed at first just before Casey came to bat In that celebrated ball game in MudvilleSuc cess Magazine Objects my town have formed a secret society RiversA secret society Surely knowhBanksBut they know how to tell formedtThe satirist can talk about the av erage man with Impunity because everyman considers himself above the average And some people have too much re sect for other peoples homes and not enough for their own 11 trIt It tt fliiflt t CENTAVegetable similating theFoodandRe ultt tin theStomachs andBowe s of- l Ilt CheerfulSIIl OpiumMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC i Rcco1Otd DESiZtI Adf- j Ash SJ eAu slIt MHmrref l dirt ef sJ CItrJJflr- lfAItlfIl0 p0 tsi lion Sour StomachDlarrhoea WormsrConvulsiortsFeverish tt4 Hess and Loss OF SLEEP t sac Simik signature P 7fE 7CENT1UR C OMPANYII NEW YORK r uaranteed under the FoodaM Exact Copy or Wrapper NETTLE ERYSIPELAS POISON SCALDS The Wretcie1nes- of Constipation IIekitb 0T8C0 7 CARTERS L1TfLE- LIVEff PILES Pwdy Md aJeurB HeL ache DmD CARTE ate aadladipjo They de Iliei dety SaaDPii SMall DSII h i GenuineLr Si urt7 4 FR E E g Free of endpo PaztiIi Package al for setter and more acolloical thaw liquid anUsepUe8 FOR ALL TOJQT USES Gives one a aeet breath cleanwhit- eternfree teethantiseptically clew moth and throatpurifies tla breath after smokingdup el aD Jepe- npiratioDd body odoracJ appreciated by dainty women A gais remedT for aore eye and catarrh oA little Putiae wdcr cL- solyed aglak hot wear ahei delightful aathepfic lution IdeaJll germiCidal extrasad rfag power ud absolutely Lam lea Try a Sample 50ca large Lox at do ts oc by aaiL THE PAXTON TOILET Co RsTow MASS SIckly Smile Wipe it off your otherwise good lookingfa put on thattgood health smile that CAS CARETS will give youas a result from the cure gf Constipationor a torpid liver Its so easydo ityoull see 9UCASseferjnDAISY FLY plaerr1eMJri Natenornama tloonralentahtp Lute All YVlmtaliut thin aoxnl- no DlalbAt- earcklraaew Trl HAIR PARKERS BALSAM clene and baatmu thi halo ColoCttru Promotu a baarls IbOcod at DrvM lGDT8 canyon sell lot In county seat and cuaimer Cia centerof Rio Gru1d vau Splendid contract Write Sot booklet B Qaplalowulueo aaJla Te w N U CINCINNATI NO 801910 CASTO RIA For Infant and Children The Kind You Have- AlwaysBought Bears the Signature of IN- 11se For Over Thirty Years CASTOR1ARING ERUPTIONS CHAFING HERPES JBVRNS used In time will cure nearly every form of skin disease ltla awonder worker A recognized specific for Itching and Inflamed piles RESINOL CHEMICAL COMPANY BALTIMORE MD Reslnol Ointment Reslnol Toilet Soap Reslnol Medicated Shaving Stlckircfs t at Drug Stores y y 7 T Y F t h MJttttGm EESDAY Ju 1tJl7 Z4lt 7 PREUM LIST t Of lfheFortyEighthE xhibitiolt of The Wash tin ton County faira1 Springfield f IAugust 2425f 2627 190 i FIRST DAY CLASS AHAND WORK Committee in Charge Mrs I H Thurman and Mrs s B Thompson All articles shown in this class must be owned by and exhibited in- the naq1t the maker thereof and no article that has heretofore taken 1prt1 i TItan exhibition of this Association will be allowedI to competefor any of the premiums of this Class and no article shall e allowed to comPeteth or m6re ttl jfoneprizef r 4 f Rag Car et not less 1bcve iads 1 2 Rug iii 11= IVork 0 1t1 M I I3 Rug in Yarn Work 100- d Silk Quilt Patch Work 1 00 5 CottonQuiltPatch Work i 100 b Worsted Ql ilt Patch WprkJf 00 7 Best Specimen of Silk Embroidery i 100 8 Best Specimen of Crochet Work in Cotton 100 9 1J cfmen ofrochet Work in Worsted 160 10 Bet Embroidered Towel 100r- t i COTTON EMBROIDERY f11 SHih Waist Best Specimen Hand Embroidered 100 12 Doilies not less than six 100f 13 Lunch Cloth4 100 14 Table Scarf r oo 15 ladles Ti 100i16 Sqfl ihdw 100 17 Best Specimen of F renchEmbroidery 100 18 Best pecimen of Mt Dlelick Embroidery l f est Specimen pf Hebeda Embroidery i 100r 2be specimen of Wallachian Embroidery 00 21 Best specimen of Hardanger Embroidery 190 2i J3est Specimen of Eyelet Embroidery i H 190 23 hest ecimen of Shadow Embroidery 1 100 24 Bert specimen of Bierdcrmaier Embroidery 1 e1oot 25 esBt Specimen of Drawn Work 00 26aiidsomest EmbrOIdered ed Spread f 00 7 Ie1f ffand Made Ladi5J Shirt Waist style and workmanship considered 00 28 JJe t ffand Made Calico Dress style ana workmanship considered 1 004 29 rt itapdsomest Irabroidercd Laundry Bag 1 1 00 LACE WORK 30 IrsIi point Lace 1 00 311Jat e t erg L ace 32 1ritted Lace 00 3 Point Lace r 1 00 34 Irish Crochet 1 00 t i MISCELLANEOUS tlf 1 35 Knitted Counterpane t 00 1 36 Cfr cbet Counterpane 100 J 0Rj Mittens Silk or Woolen 1 38 a tdsoinest Pitt Cushion 100- audsomcst3 1f Afghan in Zephyr J 100 40 100I1 iicy Apron for Lady 1 r I OQ 42rettiest Dressed Dollu 1 po II CLASS BFJ0WERSjCommittee Mrs TS Hyattt13 lIand Bouquet 100 44 Display of Cut Flowers 100- A5 nQtqtiet of Roses 100 46 PrA iest Hanging Basket roo 47 largest Sunflower Head 00 CLASS C PAINTING AJI articles shown in this Class must be hand work and exhibited the Artist whose work it is and no article that has heretoforeLi akett a premium at this Association will be allowed to compete fpranyj izej thClass ca tin in a in Oil Oil Oil i i iifA t t 00 00 00 f S1 Portrait iP Water Colors i 100 5 Animals in Water Colors l 2 q 100 53 Bes Specimen in Crayon Work Loo 54 Bcs t Free Hand Drawng 7 J 00 5S Best Pastel Work 10- 0560u balf Dozen Elates 7 Loo Jrlsrt 4 58 Handsomest Specimen of Painting in China 100 Sn H 11d Painted Placquc i t i f H 100 60 Haid Jal ted Picture Frame 100 61 Hand Painted Miniature 00 62 Tapestry ainting u 100 63 1 rift Work in Wood p 100 64 Pen and Ink Sketch Work 1 00 9 rASS DFRUITS AND MELONS ETC Co mittee LA Burns and WD ClaYbrooke AI icliibitedin this Class must be exhibited in thename of the grower 65 Best Collection of A pJeS flat less than four darieties 1 00 ti6 nest Plate of Ben Davis not less than six l 00 67 Bcsf Plate of Wine Sap not less than six ioo 68 Best Plate of Maiden Blush not less than six 100 t 69 Best Plate Qf Eating Apples not mentioned above 100 70 Best CoJlection of Pears 100 71est Plate of Bartlett Pears not less than six J O 72 Best Plate ofSetkel Pears not less thann six 1 00 73 nest Plate of Pears not mentioned above 00 007s76 Best Plate of Concord Grapes O 77 Best Plate of lyes Seedling Grapes OO 18 lest P4teof Wordep Grapes 100 79 Bet Plate of Martha r pes L 100 0 Best Plate Qf Delawai e rapesH 00- i1 BestPf fb df Grapes Iapyvfiriety not mentionedabove 00 S2 Best Collection of PI4 ns 00 Best DIsplay of Fruis grown by one persoll 00 OQ8s89 Best Cantaloupe t 00 87 Largest Pumpkin H 190 CLASS E =FAMILY PRODUCE- All articles exhibitedan this Class muse be shown by the producer Committee 5 P Thompson and B B Leachman = gg Butter one pound t 00fiS9 SpecialPzemium by D B Sutherland Propnetor of Cap lin Roller Mill Best Loaf of Light Breadmade frqm Kentucky Star Flour f 1 00 90 Special brtl D D Stitherland Proprietordf Chap lin Roller Mills Best Fruit C 1eH 00 i 91 Special Premium by D BSuth I and Proprietor of Chap J nnJ Il IMjJI Best White Iady CJkeY l O ir J lt 92 Special Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chaplin Roller Mill Best White Sponge Cake 11 00 93 Special Premium by D B Sutherland Proprietor of Chap lin Roller MilI Best4ngel Food Cake 00 94 Caramel Cake 00 00I96 Chocolate Cake 100 97 Ribbon Cake 100 102 101 99 98 Light Corn Home Biscuit Biscuit Breadn Bread Made Soda Beaten Cheese t t1r iji ijij II 103 Rome Made Candyt 100 104 BestHam cooked il roo 105 Best Saddle of Mutton cooked L pOO 106 ar of Canned Peaches r 100 107Jarof Cucumber Pickles 1i 100 108 Jar Chow Chow 00 109 Gra aWine l 1 00 110 Blackberry VlneI 100- III Apple log 112 Sample of Honey foo 1O0114CLASS FGRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS Committee Conrad Hertlein a dH M Grundy ti t All articles exhibited in this Class must be exhibited by the raiser thereof iIl 115 Special Premium by Jarboe Co Proprietors of Spring field Roller Mills Best twelve ears of White Corn i200 to First and 100 tp Second H 300 ii J16 Best twelve ears of Yellow Corn 200 to First and 100 t 117 Bestte crRed heat ioo to Fir t dl to Second 3 3 00 00 118 Best Peck of Oats Jc 100 119 Best Peck of Rye 100 120 Best Peck of Clover Seed kOQi 121 Best Peck of Orchard Grass Seed te Hf 00 122 Best Peck of Timothy Seed 100 CLASS G =VEGETABLES AND FARM PRODUCTS it All articles exhibited herein must be exhibited by the producer thereof 123 Best Peck of Irish Potatoes O 1124 Best Peck of Sweet Potatoes t00125 Best Peck of Onions 100 126 Best Peck of Turnips 100 127 Best Peck of Tomatoes 99 128 Best Peck of Beets 1 00 129 Best Six Heads of Cabbage 1OQ 130 Best Display of Vegetables grown by one person 200 to toFirst and 100 to Second 3 t CLASS H=POULTRY CommIttee C F Bosley and J O PolIO 131 Pair Barred Plymouth Rocks cock and hen s200 132 Pair White Plymouth Rocks cock and hen 200 133 PairSilver1yandottes cock and hen 2 00 134 Pair White Wyandottes cock and lien 2 po 135 Pair Light Brahmas cock and hen 200 136 Pair Dark Brahmas cock and hen SZ00 137 Pair Buff Cochins cock and hen2138 Pair White Cochins cock arid hen 2 iOr 139 Pair Black Minorcas cockand hen 2 00 140 Pair White Face Black Spanish cock and hen u r 200 141 Pair Brown Leghorns cock and hen 200 1 i 142 Pair White Leghorns cock and hen l 200 143 Pair Buff Leghorns cock and hen l 200 I144 Pair Buff Orpingtonscock and hen 200 14 Pair Pit Games cock and hen l2PO 146 Pair Rhode Island Reds Cock and hen 200 147 rail Black Langshans cockand hen 2 00 148 Pair Bronze Turkeys J l k149 Pair Bourbon Reds tt l00150 Pair Turkeys of any other variety Y100 151 Pair Toulouse Geese 100 152 Pair Of any other variety of Geese 153 Pair Pekin DuCks JlfQ9 b4 PaIr of any other variety of Ducks J EGGS 155 Nest of Fifteen Eggs ldo to First 75cc to Second 50c to Third T 2 2f MARES FR GENERAL PURPOSES Committee T S Mlayes and S J Anderson ConsiderationStyle Form land Action mares two years old and over to be ridden and driven 156 Mare four years old and over 20 OI 157 Mare three years old and under four 20 00 158 Mar two years old and under three 1500 159 Mare one year old and under two 1000 160 Mare under one year old l 1000 BUGGY GELDINGS ConsiderationForm Style and Action must be closely matched in gait form and general appearance 161 Special premium by T C Tatum Grundy Valley Hill dealers in Farming Implements and Buggies Best Pair of Buggy GeldingsN 15 00 ROADSTER STALLION a ConsierationSpeed Style and Endurance 162 Premium by Lake Bosley Insurance and Rea Estate Agents Best Roadster Stallion 3000 JSECOND DAY fCommittee L ABurns j 163 Bes Berkshire Boar one year oldand over 400to Fist ap d 100 to Second u 5 00 164 Best Berkshire Boar under one year old 400to First and 100 to Second 500 f 165 Best Berkshire Sow over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second S 00 I1M Best Berkshire Sow under one year old 400 to First yI167 HaydonAgentdaily one year to First 100 to Second 168 Best oar under one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 169 Best Sow over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 5 O 500til100 to Seconds00 172 Best Herd one male and three females any breed owned- by one person 400 to First200 to Second 600 tr SWEEPSTAKES 173 Best Boar any age any breed 4Dtf First 100 to Second 500 174 BestSow any age anybreed4M0 to First tOO to Second 5 00 SHEEp 175 Bestl Buck over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 5 00 176 Best Buck under one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 177 Bestj Ewe over one year old 400 to First 100 to Second 500 178 Best Ewe under one yearold 400 to First 100 to Second 5 00 iSWEPSTAKES179 Best Buckany age 400 to First 1OO to Second 5 00 on l1f f o 180 Best Ewe any age 400 to lirsttOOto Second 5004 BEST TURNOUT Committee iLA Burns and B B Leadhman 181 Best Turnout singlehrse harness and vehicle to be consIdered To be drIven by li gentleman accompanied ya lady 1500 PONY RING 182 Best Turnout pony harness and vehicle to be considered 7 and tobedriveribya child not over fifteen years old I fO BUGGY MARES ConsiderationForm Style and Action Must be closely matched in gait form nd general appearance 183 Special Premium by the Red Cross Drug Store Best Pair of Buggy Mares 2000HORSES fR GENERAL PURPOSES Committee SPThmpson rid f1 M Grundy r J ConsiderationStyle Form and Action horses two years old and- over to be ridden and dri4dn 1184 StallionfQur years old andover u 20 00 185 Stallion three years old and under four N u 1500 186 Stallion or Gelding two years old and under three 1500 187 Stallion one year old and under two 01000 1188 Stallion under one year old 10 00- 189 Best Stallion and three or more of his get Stallion con sidered as SO per cent H 10oRifl-e2 does not apply to this ring SADDLE GELDIIN ConsiderationForm Style and Action Fivegaited walk trot canter running walk fox trot or slow pace 190 Special Premium by Hagan Bros = aJsrsip Staple and Fancy Groceries Best Saddlfi Gelding four yearsA- old and over QS09 191 Best saddle Gelding three years old and under four 1500 SADDLE CLASS Committee B B Lachman nd Conrad Hertlein 192 Best Saddle Mare Stallion or Gelding owned in Washing ton County 1000 Rule 2 does hgtapply to this ring i93 Special Premium by Shulfz cleaver Hardware Stoves etc Best tltr dgaited Mare or Gelding must be shown 0 either docked or robbed 10 00 ROADSTER RING Ja Speed Style and Endurance j 194 Special Premium by T D Tapp the Main Street Livery m qBest Roadster Mare or Gelding + 30 00 THIRD DAY tJt BEEP CATTLEANY BREED r lCommittee L A Burns and SP Thompson J95 Bull two years old and over 10 90 196 Bull one year old and under two 10O 197 Bul under one year old 10 00 t COWS 198 ow two years old aPdover rt00 199 fCow one year old and under two t 10 00- 200 Cow under one year old r iOQO SWEEPSTAKES 201 Bull any age 10 00 202 Cow any age 1000 203 Special Premium by McClure and Mayes Dealers in Seeds ownedf1500 JERSEY COWS 204 Cow one year and over 1000 to First 75P to Second 500 to ThIrd 250 to Fourth 5 0o BABY SHOW J4 205 Handsomest Girl Baby under one year oIdQEcart of Value 00 SADDLE STALLIONS Five gaits walk trot canter ruttning walk fox trot or tCommittee206 Best and Finest Stallion or Ma two years old andover registered in American Saddle Horse Register tobe shown in hand 1000 2Q8 Best and Finest Stallion or Mare under two years oldjregistered in American Saddle Horse Register to be shown in hand 10 QO 209 Special Premium by MCElroy 8c Shader Staple and Fancy Groceries Stallion three yearn oldand over 25 21Q Spedal Premium by B R Leachman For the Best Mare ot Horse Colt by Noble Denmark Season 1911 HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES ConsiderationIform Style and Action and Pleasant Handling All horses two years oJd andover to be drivenx311 Special Premium by Barber Pettus Hardware and Lumber Mare four years old andover 212 Mare three years old and under four 2p5102i3 Mare two years old and under three Mare one year old and under two 215 Mare under one year old 10 10 HARNESS GELDINGS stylefCommittee C J Ha don and I H Thurman 216 Special Premium by Chas I Boswell Co Liverymen Gelding four earS old and over 2000 217 Gelding three years old and under four rsOO 218 Special Premium by Thurman Peters For the B est I Mare or Horse Cot sIred by Red Bird 1250to first 750 to second 5 to third 2500 ROCKAWAY RING ConsiderationConformation Style Action and General Ability to draw weight stand quietly and back readily j l219 SpecIal Premium by Haydon Rober ton Druggists Best Mare or Gelding 1000 M RE AND COLT Fifty per tent to ear f both to be shown in hand 220 PremIum bYJ Marks Green Lumber Dealers S1clal Mare and Colt foal of 1910 15 o COMBINE RING ConsiderationForm Style Action and Pleasant Handling Lobe ridden and driven 50 per cent in harness 50 percent under saddle 221 Special Premium by Grundy McIntire Dealers in DryIGoods Clothi g etcBest Stallion Mare or Gelding 5Q00 to First 3500 to Second 1500 to Third lQO 00 FOURTH DAY r JAcks Age Qf Jacks reckoned fpmactt l birth I Committee TS Mayes and B B Leachman 222 Jack four years old and over 1000 to First 500to Second 1500 C9ntigue oir Page 5 Jijff