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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t yytV1a 4n 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTER STS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 11 j r lic IVlL EYI SPIIINaF1ELD KYwEDMESDAT AUGUST 3191 1UIE T I DONT FAIL TO ATTEND THE GreatW1e cer County FairAT HARROLSBURG NEXTWEEKj AUG9 12 DEATH CLAIMS- YOUNGMATRON Mrs Richard Kelly Died Last fri day at The home of tier lius band Funeral Sunday AtSt Dominic Anna J SImms Kellyded at the home of her husband Richard Kelly near Springfieki last FrIday at 130 p m aged 21 years and 9 months To those who did not know this young woman the above would be but dn obIt uary announcement To those who knew and loved her it is almost their funeral knell Young attractive the recent briddof a devoted husband the mother of an Infant baby the dutiful and beloved child of doting parents and r known and loved as Blue Jay to her friends her death seems inexplicable Yet it has been decreed that the final call must come to young and old rIch and poor beloved and despised And it is only Heavens decree that can recon dIe as to the death of a woman like Mrs Kelly There is a lOSe whichbuds- In early spring and whose natural lice remains until killed by the frosts of fall Yet ofttimes the storms of early summer bear It to the ground and naughqof good and loving cine can save it It was thus wIth the de art Girlhoou had hardly been passed when the fateful storm came Mrs Rel1y was the second daughter ot Mr and Mrs John F SImms of thIs place and was born and reared in this community In October of this year she wonld have been 22 years of age In December fl908 she was minded to Richard Kelly who with a 3wetks old baby survive her Mrs Kelly had been ill for about two weeks and all that was possible was done to save hr life but blood poisoning having set in all efforts proved fu tile When death came all the mem bers of Mrs Kellysfamily were at her bedside The funeral services wore conducted Sunday morning atSt Dominic church in the presence of one of the largest crowds that has ever attended a funeral b in Springfield Th remains were in terred in St Dominics cemetery beneath a profusion of beautiful flowers The following young friends of the deceased acted as pall beaters Sam Mudd Wallace Mudd Frank C Peters Ar thur MCGill Ollie Barber and Shaker RobertsonAbout ofthe older and most prominent men of the town served as honorary pall bearers Green rosters Calf The following amusing incident occurred several years ago and was han ded to us for publication Old man Green Foster having had a heifer to stray from Ins farm started out to look for the lost ooine Happening to meet our old friend Tom Kelly Mr FosterI informed Uncle Tom of his loss siring informatIon as to whether he had seen her described the heifer as fol lows She was a year a year and a half or perhaps 2yearsold had horns an inch an inch and a half or perhaps two inches long had a spot on her rump the size of a dollar a dollar and half or perhaps two dollars When Uncle Tom retlied Well Mr Foster yo may have had a heifer a heifer an half rperhaps two heifers but I hay e not seen any such dtnbrute In buying a cough medicine dont be afraid tog tChamberlai s Cough Remedy There is no danger from it apd relief is sure to follow Especially recommended forcoughs colds and whoop ingcough Sold by all druggists s R N B RILEY PASSES AWAY One of The Best Known And Oldest Citizens of The Lounty Died Last fridaY Dr N B RIley died at the old Riley home pl ce near WiUisburg last Fri dav July 29 at 900 a m of kidney trouble aged eighty years Jr Riley was not only one of theold citizens of the county but was one of Its most noted he having for years been a specialist on cancers in the treatment oflwhich he had marked success He used a medIcine of his own compounding and the in edients of which were known only to him unless in his latter days he divulged hIS secret Ur Rileys wife preceded him to the grave by about two years but the following children survIve Mrs Lizzie Losson ot Willis burg Messrs R D Jonathan Len and Richard Riley of this county On Saturday afternoonat 300 p m Rev Hamilton preached the funeral sermon at WillisburgBaptistchurch after which the remains were interred in the Willisburg cemete- ryBANQUET TO ST ROSE CHOIR A Most entertaining and Enjoyable Social Event Which Did Credit to the Donors One of the most enJoyable Social af fairs of recent date was the banquet given to St Rose Choir by Rev father McGonigle On Thursday evening the 28th ultthe doors ot the home ot Mrs Eliza Cain were thrown open and the members of the choIr welcomed by Miss Flora Mudd who assisted by Mesdames J C Shader and Kate Ruhn so gracefully entertained The rooms were tastefully decorated with pink and white wild flowers and candles This same color scheme was carried through out the sumptuous five course banquet so perfectly served After the banquet and toasts the guests repaired to the parlor and were each given a card con tanning conundrums of musIcal terms a prize to be given to the lady and gentlemen guessing the most The box of candy was lion by MIss Bertha Haydon who generously passed it to all and the box of cigars by Al Mudd Who imme dIately presented It to Father McGou igle Miss Piety Barber then sang Sing Me to Steep and You ask me Why I Love You in her rich contralto voice and the late ess of the hour was all that saved her from the listeners eagerness to hear niore songs sung as only she causing them After an eYen- ing In whIch every moment was enjoyed all reluctantly said good night andre turned to their homes happy to be members of St Rose ChOIr The fol lowing members were present Rev Father McGonigle the prior Mesdames Teresa Mudd Effie Robertson and Ma ria Wheatley Misses Katie Cain Ella Osbourne Piety Barber and Emma Nu nan Messrs Herman and Al MuUd and Joe Polio crutchdWhen editor J P Sosaman of for nelius N c bruIsed hIs leg badly it started an ugly sore MaRY salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it thor oughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Bruises guts Corns Sdrres Pimples Eczema or Piles 25e ut Haydon ttobertsone WENDLING CAPTURED Arrested by Capt latney Chief of the Louisville Detectives in 1an francisco Joseph Wendlipg the mar accused cf the murder of Alma Kellnl r last 6e cember and wht has been a fugitv e since January of thl yea was captured in San Francisco lat Saturday and will be returned tlo LO sville nect Monday Last December Alma hel ner the 8 year old child of Fred Kel er dIsap peared as mysteriously as the earth had opened and swallowed her The general opinion was that se had been kidnaped and was being het for a ran som Every effort was made to recover the chIld butj without succes In May the body of a child was discovered in the basement of the churcij of which WeQdhnJ hag been janitor It was immediately c certained that Wendling had disappeared in January without no tifying anybody of his departure The detectives al once instituted la search for the supposed murderer but it was some time before a clew was obtained when kw repotted that Wendlin g was in Texas Chief Carney therLouisville detective department imed- iately went to Texas but Wendling managed to elude him He again found the trail through information furnished by one of the women In Texas to whom Wendling had made love He was traced to Los Angeles Vallejo and finally San Francisco where he was caught while hiding in the bathroom of his toarding house Wendling is quite indIfferent arid de Glares that tie will be able to establian his innocence and needs no lawyer to help him dosp He intimates that some other one committed the murder and that at the proper time he will throw some hghfon the tragedy HIs excuse for leaving home is domestIc infelicity Capt Carney of Louisvilles detect ive force was indefatigable in his pursuit and before the capture of Wend ling covered a distance of 11000 mil- esCIIILDRENS +THE FAIR ASSN The fourth Annual fair of the Childrens Association Will Be Held September 10 The ChIldrens Fair AssocIation will gIve their Fourth Annual Fair thin year and expect to make It the best ever The Fair this year as heretofore will be held on the grounds of the Washington County FaIr AssocIatIOn and the date September 10th The Board of Di rectors and the ladies who are assisting are now arranging a program which will be up to the high standard of preceding ones This Fair has proven to be a source of great joy to the children as well as a matter of entertainment to the older people and is an institution that should be encouraged IfrEe Tuition AU eligible persons are entitled to free tuItion in he Western Kentucky State Normal choot The Fall Session begins Sept 61910 Write President H H Cherry fowling Green Ky for informatIon l 6 L J BOLTON ARRESTED Leader of Newark MobSaidi iHave Placed the NOose on Itheringtons Neck Columbus Ohio JUly 31L J Bolton aged 32 years a Newark 0 saloon keeper is held here under a charge of first degree murder it connection wIth the lynching July 8 at Newark 0 of Carl M Etherington an Anti Saloon League special officer He is alleged to have placed the noon t about EtherllJttons neck The arres was effected this evening at Delaware 0 by detective Claude McNeil of Co lumbus Detectives operating under Attorney Genera Denman have been searching for Bolton sinceJuly 15 whe he left Newark He was traced to Bay andAttIanBoltons saloon was oneof the places raided at Newark on the day of the lynching He is a political power t Newark Springfield Ky Au 2fleorge Ho hon a wealthy citizen of Harrodsburg qualified in the County Court here today as administrator of Carl Eth ring ton the young man hanged by a mob at Newark 0 on July 8 He executed bond for 5000 This is the first legal step toward the recovery of the 5000 indemnity for which countIes in Ohio are liable for every person lynched in their confines The administrator will at once proceed to enforce the collection of the claIm against Licking county DEMISE Of JOHN 6 CARLISLF Noted Statesman Passes to the Great Beyond Grim ReapI er Garners One of Ken tuckys favorite Sons Hon John Griffin Carlisle probably the best known of Kentuckys8 bs ot the past quarter of a century andone of Americas most distinguished states men during this period died in New York on Sunday Death was caused by heart faIlure accompanied by endema or the lungs Mr Carlisle was seventyfive years of a JS and since his majority hIS lIfe had been one of honor and achievement He was a member of theKentucky leg- Islature and of the State Senate and ter LIeut Governor of the State ft er this he was elected to Congress of whIch he was speaker for three terms making one of the Jtreatest presiding of ficers Congress has ever had In 1890 he was elected fo succeed the late Sen ator Beck as Senator from Kentucky Although this term was but a short one he ranked with the bigmen of that au gust body From IF93 to 1897 he was dent Secretary of thtTreasury under Presi Mr Carlisle was not only a great statesman but also one of the countrys most profound lawyers ranking wIth Root Choate and Spooner Although stventyfive years of age at the tIme of his death he had been retained in several suits which were attracting nation al attention The remains were taken to hit Washington home Monday and will today be brought to his old home Covington Ky for interment a SUDDEN ILLNESS OF REV KING Said to Be Suffering from An Abscess on the BrainWas a faithful Pastor Rev Mr King the evered pastor of the Methodist church of Springfield was stricken last week with a mental malady said to be due to an abscess on the brain and has been totally incapacitated from following his vocatIon tocat physicians decIded after a careful diagnosis that nothing could be done for him here and he was taken Monday morning to a Louisville institution to determine upon the advisability of per forming an operation This is the second attack the reverend gentleman has had within a year Mr King is highly esteemed general espcciaHywhich has befallen him and removed from his field of active labor even temporarily- one so yen qualified to fill the position An appeal has been made by the mem bers to the presiding Elder we are informed to have a substitute preache- appointed pending furtherdevelopmen- in Mr Kings condition EARTHS AGEt STILL IN DOUBT Scientists Guess All the Way from 55000000 to 70 000000 Years Washington July 26Old Mother Earth like femininity through all time but with far greater success than most of her sex has defied man to learn he r agesScientists still admitthelr defeat TheirTa est estimate credits her with not over 7o1O00000 years ur be ow55 000000 years This estimate glv n official sanction through publication by the Smithsonian byFrankF Becker of the United States Gee logical Survey Prof Clarke lit a paper entitled toA Preliminary Study of Chemical Denudation presents Ii re view ot aU the available data not only- for the United States but for the world of the proposition from a chemical point of view Mr Becker on the hand discusses the question in a otherI on The Age of toe Earth more philosophical point of view The age of the earth has always been a subject for discussion among men of science and largely without any definite agreement The more recent dis cussi9ns as to the earths aRe have put the time as folloras Lord Kelvin is86t 30000000 toI 400000000 years Ivith a probable ooOOJO years Clarence King and Carl Barus in 1893 24OOt1000 years Lord Kelvin in 1997 revised his fig ures to ZOOOOOoo to40000000 years DeLapparent int890 67000000 to 90000000 years Charles D Walcott secretary of the Smithsonian Institution in 1893 niaxi mum age 70000000 year Jolly m 1899 age of the ocean80 IJ to 00 toO 000 years William J Sollus in 1909 age of the ocean SOOOO to 115000000 years Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Clolera and Diarhwa remedy with when starting on your trip this summer It cannot be obtain ed on ooard the traIns or steamers Changes of water andu climate often cause sudden attacks of dIarrhoea and it is bet to be prepared Sold by all druggists t r 71 f I 0 r JIM BEST IN STANTL Y KILI f- 5Struck By Lightning While Taki Refuge In a Barn from anf Electrical Storm A tragedy was enacted by the storm of last Thursday morning when JIm Best a negro man was killed in a barn on the farm of Mrs Nat ThomPsonnear Pleasant Grove church When the storm came up Jim Best woo had been a tenant on the place sought the barn to seek shelter from the rain During the fury ot the storm lightning struck the barn and ran down a pole trilling the Best negro and a calf which was also in the barn Aside from tear ing asmall hole in the roof the bolt did not injure the barn It IS probable that the negro had been dead some hours before his bbdy was dIscovered which was at tlie noon feeding hour as the storm had abated its fury some time prior to that hardrworking neBTO man who had the tom spect of the community in which baJ lived He was about forty years of ageC and leaves a family School Notes The White Teachers Institute ope Monday August 8 All Persons holding certificates are obliged to attend wheth er they contemplate teaching or not A good program has been arranged and every teacher is expected to respond when any part is assigned him The election for School Trustees wilt be held at the school houses for white persons in the County bearing eves numbers as 2 4 6 8 of each educatioB division The quali6cationjqr voter te same aS fot i general eletion The polls open at 1 and close at5 p m Evety district should elect trustee If no name appears on the ballotO Uiervoter should write the nftme7fi7 some one oyt his ballot and vote for him liy making a cross in the square at the right of the name he desires tOyote for J W Bush County Supt Secure a CertifICate Normtitpower to Issue INTERMEIers to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will befurr nished when desired Fan session opens Sept 6 19b Address H II Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky fAIR VIEW F M Cheney who has been sick for the past week IS some better at thia writing Mrs Jas Grigsby and children Miss es Lucy Ann and Lulu visited at the home of MrsJ W Hayes Wednesday School is progressing nicely under the lmanagement of Miss Mollie Hines Willie Carney yisited friends near Willi bulK Sunday A great many people from this place attended the picnie iiMaud SaturdaY Mrs Mollie Hawkins and daughter Mattie Ma of Danville are visiting at i the home of her sister Mrs F M Cary ney The Sun and = lILSus Wand 111 raThe tl fl r The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD ENTUCKY- Keep in the shade but not shady These are busy days for electric and baseball fans It will be difficult to make a fool proof automobile a The manbirds are beating the other birds in their own specialty Halleys comet and Theodore Roosevelt are now retired from the spotlight In the economy of modern oiv11Izaa tion the flyt has no place Swat him aUld swat to kills r Does any one remember the big nowstorm of last winter and the fear tul oaths that were uttered then Aviators now get 10000 a day but wagesw1l1be The manblrd who sees his supply of gasoline running low becomes a subject of ridicule to the other birds That Texas man who has adopted dollar bills as his calllng cards will probably find the folks at home at any timeIThe back to the farm movement eery s popular with those who could nol go jf they would and would not gO they could In hot weather too the iceman has an exasperating habit of falling to see the card placed conspicuously in yoUr front window The sultanof Sulu will visit the United States bringing 250000 worth ot pearls Hed better bring a body guard while hes about it Showers of sandbags and motlkey wrenches will mark the course of avla lion The pedestrian suffers atevery lwn from every innovation Reekless aeroplanlsts may yet run down innocent automobiliets leaving them helpless and bleeding on th e road The world dQ move While it may be cruelty to ml crobes the human society announces that there will be prosecutions against bakers who wrap their bread Correspondent asks anxiously wh- so y many weddingo take place in June Because in this season the contracting parties arent so likely to have cold feetThat was a Solomon ofa market reporter who stated that eggs have receded one cent a pound He neglect d to say how much sugar was a dozen New York makes It unlawful to catch more than ten pounds of trout none day This is farcical Wh could catch 48 trout in New York in one day In the interest of public beatt h those who are determined to make way With themselves are requested t keep out of the lakes that supply the people with drinking water The queen of Bulgaria asked for a cigarette and the French ambassad- didnt or have a single one in the house Being a diplomat he restrained him self fromoffering her a nice fivece nt cigar A society has been formed in New York which proposes to reform the calendar We trust It will be able tc prevent February and May from trading places up In this section of the countryIA steamship which is to be nearly feet long has been launched In Germany Owing to the fact that It is not to be a war ship It will not necessary for England to hasten to launch a larger one A Milwaukee woman Is to get a bequest of lOb000 it she marries and only the interest tom that sum If she remains n spinster Her declson may depend a good deal on the r Qf interest the moray is drawIng A Tibetan hootookatoo who was be headed by mistake three years ago Is to be reincarnated by Chinese Imperial decree That Is easy as faUing oil a log when you know how They just take an innocent baby and ap point it to fill the vacancy A Mlwaukee glr according to the terms other mothers wn Is to get UOOOO provided she wins a husha Of course that Is a terrible handh but she may be able to find fearless young man who will assn the responsibilities of wealth forsake her A hotel porter at Helena JUont found a quarter and laughed so over and It that he died If It had bee tip he Would probably have gr bled because it was so little The south baa r sented thEriutimat- tOtl that the hookworm disease Js exceptionally prevalent In that see lion and practically unknown In the nor th Now that a pfonounced case of hookworm ailment basbeen found In Phn- adelp bra some of th will be inclined to Iii u eIisu I told T t ro coma ent ro4i- 1 KENTUCKY 1 GLEANiNGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH w SPRANG FROM A BUGGY Horse Ran Away and George Auf er- helde Was Killed COvington KyAn unfortunate Be cadent occurred that cost the life 01 George Aufderheide aged 50 employ ed by Merchant J R Coppin also ot this city In company with Harry Brinkmann ufderleide was driving over one of the thoroughfares of former Latonia The horse became frightened nd ran away AufderheIde believing the vehicle was about to collide with a telegraph pole and seeing danger ahead sprang from the wagon falling on hIs head and fracturing his skull Brlnkma1 grabbed the reins kept the horse from colliding with the pole and aftet twherehIm a corpse Coroner James Vis e viewed the remains and returned verdict accordingly Aufderhe1de made his home on the Coppin place HUSBANDS MAD ACT itFktai Shooting Follows Finding of Let ter to Sweetheart Louisville Ky After lingering f nearly five hours after he had fare a bullet into his right temple Jam R Dozier the bridge carpenter who fatally shot his wifc Leta Greer Do- zier at their home died The woman also succumbed to her wounds The husband never regained consciQusness and the wife beyond giving the address of her sisters livi g in LQuis- ville and that of her father did not make a statement regarding the case The motive for the husbands deed came to light when a letter written by lira Rosier to William L McGraw of Birmingham Ala was found on Doziers clothing This billet do bad been written by his wife but had neglected to man it and the mise slue was found in her purse by her husband KAMMERER IS DISCHARGEDb JUdge Miller Gives Opinion InHabe Corpus Case LouisvilleIn discharging Will am- T Kammerer member of the First coyputs d down an interesting opinion For fai ing to attend inspection in the Firat regiment Kammerer was court mar baled fined 50 given a prison sen fence Qf sixty days in jail and then was ordered to be dishonorably d ptiuishmento tag recommended by the governor t Jp contention of J M Lee and C C Carroll attorneys for Kammerer wa that when a member of the militia was not In active service he could only 0be fined a small sum for failure to at tend inspection THREE KILLED BY TRAINS Epidemic of Accidents Make Day One of Tragedy Central City KyAs Charles M tin a negro barber jumped oil freight train the side of his lead ana right arm were ground oft While Joseph Dougherty car In Spector end repairer was at work head Was cut off In the Illinois Cent yardsAs Doughertys body was being c vied to the undertaking establishme a telegram was received announc that Kennedy Mains the 19year old Drben Workers of Am rica had been ground to a pulp by a freight train bound for Louisville TERMINAL IMPROVEMENTS Three Roads Plan to Make Big Ex topenditures Louisvllleit Is reported here that the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Co a railroad corporation owned join Uy by the Southern B O and Mon oII will in the next two years make terminal improvements involving an erpenditure of perhaps 6000000 Besides the building of its new 2500 000 bridge the K I will complete 1thecityap for these improvements i themsale 10000000 bonds for a mortgage was executed recently BIG TIMBER DEAL Hyden KyA deed was pu- tumrecord here from the Burtt Br Lu r Co of Ford Clark county Ky deeding 14A589 acres ot laM the Greasy Fork Coal and Timber of Louisville The consideration was 697260 to be paid In one and two years This Is the biggest land that has been made in Leslie con In years The land consists of 64 tracts situated in Leslie and HarIan counties and is considered very chtWP for the price given l t Kentucky I telligenc LexingtonJ Edward McCamey for many year treasurer of the Lex ington opera house died as the result of paralysis Wi which he was strick Ien FrankfortGbv Willson hasrecelved and accepted the resignation of- ZV A Blackburn as cons y judge ot Crittendencoul ty He has appointed Carl Henotsonrof Marion to the vacancy Georgetown +s S Orfutt Co a iItheare given as 0000 and the assets as half that sum The firm wa3 founded 25 years ago Hopkinsville Local millss are offer ant 1 per bushel for wheat and are buying a good dell at that figure Many expectationclaiming they will get 1 2 Lexington Leapt Samuel T Leayy- of Midway an officer in Gen John Hunt Aiorgans noted brigade of confederate ratlders is dead aged 70 years He was overcome by heat a week ago and g ciuallY sank Carlisle + The confederate vet crane of Bracken Robertson Harri son Pendleton Grant Nicholas and prepaydheld at RicKenneYsburg Ky July 30 robbersecaptured near owells river Tenn by two farmers loins and Poore The three men gave their names as John ALancasterOfficers John Grimesa white min accused ot fedOesAmobbentforming near the girls ho fe but no report of violence ha been received FrankfortAppellate Judge Settle called in JUdges ORear and Hobwon to sit with him din the case that has come before the appellate court re garding the location of the county high school in art county The residents of the cointy are divided into factions over the location of the school firstheo commissioner o the Lakeland Insane Asylum and one pf LouisvIlles wealthiest citizgns died of old age was 77 years old He was a mem er of the board of commissioners ot asthe Lakeland Ihsana Asylum for 20 years Lawrenceburg The case of the commonwealth hgainst the distillers of Anderson cotinty was decided here by Judge w H Morgan the guar terly court in favor of the distillers Judge Morgan din his decision held that the storage on whisky wass jn- oome and not prpperty and therefore not taxable WinchesterThe highest record price ever pal for Kentucky blue grass seed was paid when the pooled crops of Clark bourbon and Montgomery counties w re purchased by the Ohio Supply Colof Cincinnati at J51per bushel or August delivery and means a p Ice of 3 per barrel for the cleave seed in October This is duo to the short cro- pElktonMilliard Monroe 16 accidentally shot and killed himself at his home near AlleTee northof this place He was playing with a shotgun and blowing IntQ the barrel as though It were a horn When the weapon was enteringable wound from which death was in stantaneous HickmanJohn Wright stabbed and Poolepal tuearatntinnglYe Wright then started after the tie handtoeQwingsv11lcThe dwelling and storehouse containing a large stock ot general merchandise belonging to Thomas L Jones of Odessa this cou- nb were destroyed by fire The loss Is said to be about 4000 on which there was 1600 Insurance The origin di the fire ls not known Deputy Fire Marshal Terhune who happened to be here on other business Is invest gating Dawson SprlngsA cloudburst struc this place accompanied by a brilliantelectrical storm Much dam 4bridgeaway resulting in the lose of one me Uoldle Hales 11 was driving In a buggy with two other children and totteringtthe span the structure gave way and the girl was drowse The others were washed ashore Mt SterllngAustin May 21 son of Purd May a farmer went to his home pear Judy this county drank hisbbhad been attending the fair and had ieQCdtlons Harrodsburg The 3oc child 1erryntYattemptingble lodged in the chlldts throat was final dislodged after much butI For Hight Occasions by JULIABQTTOMLEY- GROUP of handsomely gowned women dressed for a social func hon requiring their best efforts shows the more or less beautiful ef cts which have been brought about draped skirts Fashion has turned a smiling face to this Innovation It is welcomed mpre for its possibilities than for its accomplishments It must be confessed that a built to order fi gure and natural grace ot are required to redeem some of the models from clumsiness but given slenderness and grace in the wearer costumers have turned out a few un- fcrgetable models with touches ot beauty not to be achieved except by the employment of draped effects One of these was brought out n the gown made for a maid of honor in a wedding Inw1at we are pleased to call high life This gown of mar- Quisette over voile which in turn was posed overmessa1lne showed the marquisette turned up about the bat tom of the drapery providing a nestling place for a long band of roses which were held by Jt as one hold an apron full of roses The panie drapery which was heralded with much noisemostly otalarmfalled to be accepted except In a form so modified that its Identity was lost A trace of it is seen hi the figure at the left of the group The drapery which has met with STRIPED LINEN DRESS There is no smarter design for young girls dress than this our mo el Isln blue strived linen with trlm ming of plain lining ot the dark shade of stripes The panel back and front of the prioress part are put fn wrapped seams the lower halt skirt Is arranged in well folded box plaits headed by a fish wifel tri ming White Belts The white washable belts for wear with trim shirtwaist suits of White goods are exceedingly attractive whiJe the prices at Which they are marked are cheap The smartest of these belts clo se with small round ovalwhltepeorl buckles which can be removed whe laundering Imagine awhlte duck belt so fitted one and onehalf Inches wide atl 40 cents and a pretty white mercerized embroidered jacquard belt a little wider at 18 cents- TWentyllve cents will buy a whi linen allover embroidered belt stttched edge and lined and 86 cents be same design in a better Quality most success falls In straight lines nearly to the foot of the skirt where It is confined In various ways Some times a band of embroidery gatherS it in sometimes it is gathered Into several points and fastened to the skirt with ornaments or buckles Sloe often it falls free In front and is gathered to a point at the baqk where It Is confined by a buckle made of the same material asth dress eThe center figure shows a gown embodying the best liked of thesel sons new features This Is the inlay ot a plain brow band of lace or silk on the material The top edge i s shaped usually in slanting lines but many gowns are finished with plain broad bands of material heavier than that employed in the body of the dress Embroidery in rich and varied colors Is introduced in nearly all gown for state occasions Bits of Persian and other Oriental designs in silk add to the appearance of intricatee design- Ing in these costumes Asa yes ult gowns are brilliant linera lions The effect is very fine and em- phpslzes once more the liking Oriental splendor In the use of colors We are borrowing ideas from an Ore the world making them our own An In turn we are impressing the rest of the world with ideas of our own HATOF SEALING WA Very Little Skill Required to Turn- Out Article at Once Pretty and Useful gmadewax and they require very little skill In the making A plain hat pin fs taKen and a knob formed on it of resealing d wax which has been found to make the best foundation When the knob has become thoroughly hard it- fs covered With as thick a layer of wax as desired according to the size that is preferred for the hat pin this layer being of course the color ofble the hat for whIch the pin Is intended Round square flat oblong and fact an sizes and shapes imaginab are to be seen in the fashionable hi t pins of the moment so that the mak Is given a wide range of ingenuit- To obtain the required shape the we must be worked and molcled with t fingers while In a halt molten stat but care must be taken not to try work It too soon for nothing bur 1ssoonplungedJIithard another application of a differe nt colored Wax may be given This Ia may be put on IIi streaks or circles designTwoshadesIn this way will be most while a bit of gold orsilver seal i aadWith a little practice num1erless different designs can be worked Qut erand soon with just a little skill a si sny ng and all these for the small goat of a sealmSane Advice to Girls Marcel 19lrlsRemember ly matter little or nothing To preserve for a long time the Illusion that andtoabonchardPhealthAnd above alldonf becoth9 round constantto airI v EASY TO ANSWER 1 The TeacherWho was It that climbed slowly up the ladder of sus cess carrying his burden with him ds he went who when he reached the top gazed upon those far beneath him and The Scholar aged 8I know maam It was Pat ORourke president of the Hodcarriers union JYk An Easy Fit livedinous womanhater It was before the day of readymade clothing and want tag a new suit he was obliged to take the material to the village tailoresSl She took his measurements and when she cut the coat made a liberal al lowance on each seam The mans dislike of women in general prevented his having a fitting He took the finished garment without trying it on It was much too large and his disgust was apparent in the answer he made to the friendly loafer on his first visIt to the posfoflice when he wore the despised article Got anew coat Olaed 1 said the loafer No I haintl said seven yards of cloth wroppenrounlJ meYouths Companion The Done Up Shirt Waist Half the looks of a shirt waiSt de pend on theway it is done up If tie washed with cheap strong yellow soap so that it gets streaked and stained instead of being cleaned and beautified it is done up sure enough Thee woman who values her personal appear onceand that means every woman 1wIll see to it that her shirt waists are laundered with a soap that leaves them white and Clean and sweet Id new looking Easy Task soap is the one that will do this Same price asdothersfivee cents a cake and the greatest enemy to dirt and friend to fabrics ever made Immense Saving Possible In a preliminary bulletin on the 1cost of maintaining a tuberculosis sanatorium the National AssocIation rfor the Study and Prevention ot Tuberculosis announces that the average thirtydall parts of the Un fed States Is X1669 These Institutions represent an annual expenditure ot over 1300 treatXstuqytneits bureau of Information points out Glyatconsumptives were properlY segxe ated The Deacons Parable A selfconscious and egotistical young clergyman was supplying the pulpit of a country church After thi service he asked one of the deacons a grizzled plainspoken man what he thought of his morning effort Vaal answered the old man slowly Il1 tell ye in a kind of para I remember Tunk Weatherbees lust deer hunt when he was green He hollered the dens tracks all right lebut he folleredemalldaYin the wrong direction Housekeeper Adviceyx just home youve worked for me egrotty hard nearly all my life havent you 4nnlyJustbriskly Now you had better get busy and work for yourself a blteh dad Life stShes a Free Lance Would you have a pickpocket ar actedyour veWith one exception uVhats that 1 Not Ir It waR my wife rlor Breakfast Post Toastiesr + with cream or milk The smile that follows willll daysaThe Memory Lingers Sold ley Grocers Pkgsl0can lSc rosTUU CEREAL co Ltd Battle Crock Mich t + 1 t ThcGcntlenianintkeStrawllat By Philip Keanf Ws the gentleman in the straw bat miss Said the little maid Its a most inconvenient time to see him Catharine saidiBut he insists Catharine trailed the snowy lengths of her satin gown toward the door I suppose I shall have to see him she said Did he give any name No the maid replied but he is the same gentleman that came the strawhatgentleman to be wearing a straw hat in winter Yes it does Catharine said and went downstairs Catharine greeted the stranger somewhat coolly She had suspicions of a book agent although a second glance at the man before her rather dispelled this idea lIe was shabby He came to the point at once I want to paint your picture he said Catharine looked at him haughtily Why I dont know you Her voice had in It a note ot anger but he did not seem disturbed I want to paint your picture he repeated You are the most beauty tul woman I have ever seen Catharine stood up You have not seen me long enough to call me beau tiful I have seen you many times he said and last night as you came out and crossed the snowy pavement onl the way to your motor I was standing on the steps You were wrapped in white furs and there were dl a monds in your hair I thought ot the Snow Queen about whom I used to r r read in my fairy books Catharine leaned toward him eager with Interest I remember she said but how cruel she was Yes he agreed yes but your beautythe wonderful white of the rW1n7OMlfP ouR PfC2VRe snow the white of your fursI want them onmy canTasr must hav- tthem hlIIJhauglitilysaid His head went up I have no reputation he admitted and I am poor and struggling for recognition but I love my art I know I am asking much but no one will ever paint you better than I shall paint you It was said with the calmness of one who knows what he can do and In spite of his shabbiness in spite ot the peculiar circumstances of his con Ing oatharine felt herself drawn by some irresistible force into acquies- cenee Of course 1 could not come alone she said y do not wish you to come I have no sudio I want to paint yOU here His demand was Ipade so Quietly with such perfect assurance that would be granted that again s gave in weakly When he had gone however and she told at the table of the strange circumstance h eramother exclaimed against the unto ventionality and her father spoke the danger of admitting an unkno man to the house Her cousin Bet spendrthething of an adyenture It has been so deadly dull late she sa idjust teas receptions a things Can we allc me in and him eeforpaint you Catharine or course you can Catharine answered but he wont interest y Betty He is the shabbiest man y ever saw But as Catharine learned to kn the painter she found that it was poerty alone that made him wear straw hat So completely was he thouglittleage man Gradually under his hand the pic beautyWhile everythingwished that shemight listen still You are falling in love with him Betty accused her butoutwardlyas the lady in the picture As Ii I could love a man who wears a straw hat In winter she said I could love a man like your paint ier Betty said It was when the picture was almost finished that the artist demanded something more of Catharine mylastlast day of happiness She looked at him her eyes shin ing her cheefrs flushed Why should itbe your last day of happiness 1 she askedBecause I must leave you he told her For a moment they looked at each other and the eyes of the girl told the man something that he knew her lips would not utter He took a quickstep toward her then stoPped You would never marry me he said even it I dared ask you I have called my picture The Lady of the Frozen Heart It isnot thatyou hope no heartbut you are cold She caught her breath quickly The look had died out In her eyesil am glad you know meso well she said and presently she left him and went away He painted until dark came and then sat there without the light dreaming in the big chair near the fireplace softlyItand looked at him I have found you outshe said slowly His eyes triad to pierce the dim BettyBarnesBetty touched the button and turn ed on the electric light Let me look at you she said She surveyed him while he smiled down at herIt was your pointed beard and the tan that confidentally qlookedyesterday that I traced the resem blance to the picture that hung over my brothers desk at college The artist nodded Yes I poured tea for you the time that you came on to see Jacks room I have been aoroad since them and have learned to paint and I fell in love with Cath arine at the opera r did not know a soul to present me to her I did not dream that you were here and l was bound that I would paint her pic phereshe might think that I wassome dreamy artist whom she could admit because he fancied himself a genius and because she might help him to fame Betty laughed And now you an afraid to fess up she said Do you think she would ever forgive me She is so distant so cold so hard to touch That shows how mush ypu men know about it Betty said scs rnfully She Is dead iv love with you right thIs minuteiBut hl3 would not believe it There was a look In her eyes today that made me hope for a minute Itsamans place to huka girl kno that he cares eBut even wise little I3etty did no know Catharine for the lady of the frozen heart was in her room dreaming with her eyes on her own little fire the flames of which cast shadows over her thoughtful face He loves me she said to herself but he is poor and afraid to tell me So a little later she crept down to him Betty had gone after anadmoult- lon Dont tell her how rich yore u a at first she said or it will spoil the romance for her As Catharine entered the room she sound the man who loved her gazing at the picture he had painted She crept up behind him softly I want you to paint another she said He turned to her quickly Another picture 7 he stammered Yes she said I want you to paint me as the Lady ot Dreams i frozenhYou have made me a thing of Ice and hardness =l want you to paint me as woman who can Jove beautyof hetyI could loveyou After a time when they had sofa all the wonderful first things that dendthe straw hathe told her not for the shabby clothes But he did not let her know that he was rich he Ladyou bewtieaown Supply Foreign Stamps A queer business in New York city Is the supplying of current foreIgn postage stamps to business houses which want to herd foreign mail with stamped envelope for returning the answer Of course Uncle Sams 60 cent stamp liSno good in Sunjel thong upper Rhodesia or the Falkland is lands but a stamp of any of these countries of the equivalent value mat be had for seven cents by going one of the shops that sell them STRENGTH AND CHEAPNESS OF ROUND DAIRY BARN Several Points of Superiority Over Rectangular Formed Structure Haves Never Been r Fully Considered r Round Dairy Barn In the earl days when lUmber was cheap buildlpgswere built of logs or at least had heavy frames Under these conditions the rectangular barn was the one naturally used and people have followed in the foptsteps of their forefathers in continuinggithis form of barn Thee result that the economy and advantages of the round barn ha sidered e apparently never been con This Is because they are not obvious at first sight ana become fully apparent only after a detailed study of the construction For these reasons the rectangular form still continues to bQ built although it re uires much more lumber As the of liImber has advanced so materially In recent years the possible saving inj this ntaterialis a large item and well worth investigating The difficulty with most round barns that have been built thus far is that they do not have selCsl1PporUng roof and consequently lost many of the advantages of a properly con structed round barn This Is the prln tips reaSon why round barns have not become more popular A straight rooff necessarily requires many sup orts in the barn below These are oth costly and inconvenIent and make the roof no stronger than a omeshaped selfsupporting roof which netzrly doubles the capacity of the mow Many who have thus disregarded capacity have also wasted lumber and made a needless amount of work by chopping or hewing out the sill and plate thus requiring more labor and lumber besides sacrificing the great erstrength of a builtup sill Another reason fa the scarcity of round barns is the difilculty in get ling them built Most carpenters hesitate ito Undertake the work because in the erection of a round bar s entirelyw prte once understood the round barn offers no more difficulties in construe tton than the rectangular form The first thing to consider in th e erection hf a barn isa convenient arrangemjent for the purpose for which It Is to be used Considering that the barn on a dairy farm is used twice every day In the year anc that for six months each year the cows occupy it almost con sinuously and that during tins time the Brown Swiss is one of tho standard breeds from Switzerland It has becoino generally distributed throughout Europe and was first imported intO the United States itI 1869 Brown Swiss cattle are well adapted to condjUo ls when a combination of dairy and beef production is sougbt says Orange dudd Farmer Tl o size Is utcdium cows weigh 12P4 to 1300 pounds T e quantity of milk ih moderately large and the tat optent good According to the American standard the color Is dark to light brown or some seasons ot U year gray The attractive cow here shaven Folie 1552 was bred in New York and 4 f a large amount of the labor of the farm is done inside thR barn it is evident that the question of Its con venience Is a vital one The circular construction is the strongest because It takes advantage of the lineal instead of the break ing strength of the lumber Each row of boards running around the barn forms a hoop that holds the barn together A barrel properly hooped and headed is almost lades tructible and much stronger ftlrnn a box although the hoops are small This strength is because th stees s comes on the hoops t a linenVdirec- tion Any piece of Umber is many times stronger on a lineal pull than on a breaking stresa All xposed surfaces of round barn- are circular as both the aides an- roof are arched which 1s the strongest form of construction to resist pressure besides the wind iIi stri- ing it glances off and can get no direct hold on the walls or roof it can on the flat sides or gable end of a rectangular structure If th lumber is properly placed in a roun The circular oonstruction 1s the strongest because it takes advantage of the lineal instead ot the brea lag strength of the lumber Eac row of boards running around the barn forms a hoop that holds th barn together A barrel proper hooped and headed is almost find strucUble and much stronger than boX although the hoops are small This strength is because thee tames on the hoops In a lineal dire tion Any pIece of Umber Is man times stronger on a lineai pull than on a breaking stress All exposed surfaces of round barn are circular as both the sides an roof are arched Which is the stonge form of construction to rental win pressure besides the wind In strik ing it glances 1ft and can set direct holtj on the waUs or root it can on the fiat sides or gable end thelumber Is properlypiaced in a round barn mach of it will perform two or more functions Every row of siding boards running around building serves also as a brace and the same Is true of the roof and the arched rafters If the Sidi Is put on vertically and thee roof built dome shaped no scaffolding Is r quired Inside or out These are points ot great economy In the round construction EXCELLENT BROWN SWISS COW made a record of 4403 pounds milk in 120 days Sowing Late Cabbage It Is time to sow late cabbage in aU sections See that the sand hod is fine and moist Cover seedwith not le than threefourths of an inch of and oil do not sow too th My Thin iugs encourage the growth of stro stalky plants which stand transplant lug better than spindling plants Always pick vegetables for the market before they are tullY matured as they are then more apt to ripen at thIl- IlQoer time for the user + + + r t + tIII 1ttit I ROUND ABOUT ST E 1THE tie NEWStP lSOF KENTUCKY i id +roloteot + H 111 + + 101 DENIED A DIVORCE Granted Order of Separation and Cua tody of Child Lexington KyIn the case ot Louise Perin Bottom vs Fern K Bot tom JUdge Watts Parker In circuit court denieda decree of divorce but granted an order of separation from bed and board directing that then daughter aged 7 be given into the custody ot Mrs LmianDeBaun a sis ter ot the defendant Who resides in Mercer county Attorney for Mrs Bottom excepted to the ruling and Will supersede the Judgment regarding th custody of the child and will take a appeal Mrs Bottom brought on the feIfendantImproper conduct on the part ot the plaintiff and asked that he be grant ed divorce Many depositions were taken in the case Bottom making an effort 1o establish his charge that his wife frequented the Latonia race track aiid other places ot pleasure in and near Cincinnati in company with men REFORM SCHOOL OVERCROWDED Grand Jury Severely Criticizes Conditions at Greendale Lexington KyrIn making its report the grand jury crlUcised condi Lions at the Greendale reform school saying The house where the white girls are kept Is too crowded for human endurance from the fact that two girls have to occupy one cot only 26 Inches wide for sleeping purposes and 28 girls occupy one room Most of these girls are large and maturetl procuredd e supply Is not only inadequate but the endangerks e school madse te therde no delay in the ter VERDICThLexington Ky Leonard Cornman OwenY Veraanad thatpdeath from an unknown cause The theory of the police is that Corn ofdinterdDRILLEDas BarreleEarbonrsville KyA gu shih g wet I otheiop- erators is making 200 barrels daily completiong n n 6enew strike is area and operators are preparingito drills number of new test wells RIPPED HOLE IN BALLOON Louisville KyAfter ascending 2500 feet in a balloon near Park Jack Castle the balloonist trio to release the valve on the gas bag tbut Instead ripped a hole in it an the balloon dropped suddenly to the ground He landed on a sewer car on Broadway and the balloon fell o top of him He wouhl have bee smothered to death had not som near by workmen pulled him fro under the wreckage Ite escaped a few slight bruises- CHAMPION RIFLE SHOT Frankfort KrVl1UamI Lyons chief clerk to Secretary of State Bru nor Is the new champion rifle shot of the state At 50 feet he made s score of 95 out of a possible 100 The Citizens were again defeatedby Capitol team by the fOllowing scor e CapitolsLyons 95 J Morros 86 Woodyard 85 Walker 85 Wash 84 Total 435 CitlzensT Morris 86 Roberts 81 Williams 72 Stephens 65 Price 60 Total 358 MADE SECOND ESCAPE Jackson KyCal JUUer charged with the kiliira of Drew Bush about ssa year ago In his county by shoots him through the keyhole of his o wltneengsawing the hatS and descending from the second floor by means of a rope made of pieces ot bed quilt Jail er Turner wired Lexington Ky for bloodhounds This Is Millers setaud Escape k GARRY HERRMANN Of Cincinnati 0 Recently Elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks J The Commonwealth I Louisville The Kentucky Bankers association will hold its annualmeet ingin Louisville this year and the time has been flied for September 12 and 3 which Is during state fair week LexingtonHen H CurUss has been engaged to make dally flights in his aeroplane the Hudson Flyer dur ing the Blue Grass fair which is to beheld here the week ot August 818- WlnchesterFlynn Chesbrough Detroit lumbermen closed thepur 3 chase lOt 8000 acres of timber land on the head otBullskin creek in Clay and Leslie counties for 120000 from various local partie- sFrankfortMrs Mayme Carroll Gray 78 niece of late Bishop William Carroll and Charles Carroll a signer of the Declaration of Independence died here She Was a member ot a distinguished lUmore famil- yLondonAs the result Qt an accident Luther Warren 18 years old shot and killed his friend Lewis Stewart aged 15 Years at Pittsburg three miles north ot here The ball 1 went through the boys arm and en tered his abdomen Owen boroA lr Allen one of the oldest citizens of this county died ot old age at the home ot his niece Mrs N B COoke He was 84 years old and is survived by four daughters He was one of the pioneer merchants and tobacco dealers In this county Sc tttsvilleBarlev Dennis the boy who was char1ed with the killing of Azzie Penson was tried before County Judge Cook and held under 5000 bond to the circuit cOurt which con venes next September The charge was reduced to manslaughter Carlisle The Nicholas County fiscal court heard the report of Superintendent JrJ Sparks as to the condition of the turnpikes and bridges belonging to the county as a result ot the recent floods The loss to the county is placed at 2000- 0FrankfortRequisltlon on the gljv ernor of Kentucky from the gOvernor of Mississippi for the return to that state or John Brown the negro who is now under arrest in Louisville who is accused of a triple murder in Merid ian Miss has been received here Mt VernonTows Marshal G R Ferguson had an examining trial on the charge Qf having shot and killed G W Gentry Ina difficulty here heldssum which was given and the marshal wag released from custody Mt VernonG W Gentry Jr a sawyer was killed by being shot through the stomach by Town Mar shat G R Ferguson Tile trouble came up over the marshall having ar rested a son of Gentry some time since It is alleged Gentry struck Ferguson In the face when the latter opened fire Lexington With authorized capital stock ot 100000 the Central Kentucky Phosphate Co was incorporated here Lexington will be the location of the CapitaldSalem NCare the Incorporators dThe company wm develop phosphate beds of the south Districttasuit Nashvilleer penaltiesmagainst the roed for alleged violations ot the hours of service law in 24 In stances It hi charged that the corn pang violated the law by keeping em ployes on duty longer than nine hours Hodgenville Despite the tact that hg guilty to the murder ofiHenry Williams an aged colored manor this place In the hopa ot avoiding the death chair Emmet Walters a young negro narrowly escaped the death penalty the jury being out seven hours beore returning a verdict of life imprIsonment Seven of the jurors held out for hours for elects cutton Carrollton Carrollton voted wet by a majority ot 84 The drys put up a strong fight but could not stem the tIde Carrollton has had high cense for years The county of Car Carrolltonngopwpeoplebyraces In the sweepstakes for five gaited saddle horses Emerald Bellesowned by JH Kemper of this city was awarded first prize The winner was sired by Emerald Chief hlml U winner atti the World fair t5 Z it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST itI910 fi Sa1e foFine Tobacci i And Stock Farms By virtue of a decree of the Nelson Circuit Court iwill as Master Corn misei finer of the Nelson Circuit Court on the Bth Day ofAugustrsroJ AT ABOUT THE HOUR OF 1 OCLOCK P M At the Court House in Bardstown Ky sell to the highestbidder what is Known sIS the Basil Hayden lands containing in the aggregate 692 acres on the Beech Fork river about two miles East of Woodlawn 72 acres of said land is In Washington county and the balance in Nelson countyrA large portion of thIs lands good bottom land and the other portion is splendid up land There is a great quantity of fine tobacco land in these tracts There is a splendid eight room residence on the home place good barns and other improvements The lands are sUIted to raising both tobacco or live stock No better lands in Washington and Nelson Counties The portion In Washington County wlll be fold separately The home tract containing 626 acres will be sold in three parcels and teen at a whole the Corn misaioner accenting the bid yielding most money Said lands will be sold on a credIt of 612 and 18 months the purchaser to- egiv bond with approved seurity the purchase money bearing interest from day of sale at six percent per annum W T Spalding M C N C C I SUNaISSUED SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance m L SMITH Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKyas secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION i16UsiteThree Month 1 251 DEMOCRATIC TICKET lTOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON MT ZION As letters from this place have dis appeared from the columns of your wor- Q thy journal will send you a few ite13 of interest concerning social and busi neap circles of our little community On account of the continued heavy rains during the past month many crops of wheat and other grain have been andltObacoRev Jacksou filled hIS regular ap pointment at Mt ZIon last Sunday Mr Carter of Wilmore Ky conducted eveningiOur school opened here Monday mor ring wIth a large enrollment MISS Mar gie Bonta will be our teacher durmg thIS term We are sorry to report the continued d illness of Will Crumes His daughter ors Erasmus Jeffries of Anderson i- si with him- Misses Mary Noe and LeU Roberts of Springfield were guests of Miss SUe canna Hays the past week Mrs Bell Lemons of near Harrods J burg who has been visiting relatives at this place has returned to her home- Several from here attended the sale yIby Dr land Mrs Crumes Iaccompanied visited in JJard stow n last Jim Cull and Mrs Ma ry Hunter and children spent Sunday with theIr father Mrs w H Russell was in Harrods burg last week yisiting friends Mrs Ollie Hays and daughter Susan na were guests of Mrs Hays mother one day the past week Mr and Mrs Baily Pinkston spent Thursday and Friday with relatives at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs Charles Williams spent the week end with friends near Bloom field Last SundayafternoontheMaccabees- gathered at Mt Zion and exchanged greeting and from thence they pioceed ed to the cemetery to decorate the toies were made Mr and Mrs Vallas Pinkston were guests of thee formers sister Mrs Ora Keeling at Tathpm Sunday Geo Russall and family have moved rom Nelson county to the home of his brother W H Hussell where they will reside the remainder of the year fPurdom has cast hIS anchor in our midst and taken one of the little buds that came to brighten our home Little Margaret only stayed with us a few short months but we had learned to love her Oh so much I will say to papa and mama do not thisf1dIIn Heaven there IS an angel band But it was not complete babvToGrandmother Took All His Money Often alla man earns goes todoctors or for medicines to cure a Stomach Kidney or Liver trouble thlJtDr King New Life Pills would qUIckly cure a slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indi gestton Bilioufness ConstipatioqJaun HaydonooooooOOoOa oCi The Most Serious Attentionis given to all orders at this drug store whether they be for simple Ihousehold remedies or for the most important prescriptions Careless ness in this business is too apt to result seriously for us tol tolerate It This is a distinctly safe drug store o to come or send to and any doctor 0 will tell you so LEO HAYDON THE PRESCRIPTION STORE t 10000000000000 The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 lit Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL 4 States Reeoareee ExMbltsJ DAILY RActs FIREWORKS c NATIELLO AND HIS BAND Free Attractloaa Uptoast MUwar HELP US GROW EXHIBITATTENDROOST- WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LoW RAILROAD RATES Fw fixth t kfr uUw wrlts KEWMAN Secretory 320 Put ieitss LOUISVillE 12jl SEPTEMBERI- I4 I6 e17 Dr JI T Burton RSIDENT DENTIST feeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work First class Springfield = Ky rtflce in HaKon Blqck upstalrs Local News Notes ESTRAYA lack heifer hat will weigh about 4 lbs stray on plY place Owner can have same by paying charges Gabe Shewmaker TheBusy Bees of Willisburg will give an Ice Cream Supper at that place Saturday night Nveaybody invited Mr Ray Phillips and Miss Lillie Grubbs both of who live near Valley Hill were marriedat the ChristIan parsonage this morning by W A Wolfe NOTIJEThe firm of J W Jarboe Co have sold their Flour MIll to Messrs McWhorter Sri Wills and hereby oldfirmmust 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 if returned to this office The PicnIC at Fredericktown last Sat urday was a success in every way A large crowd was in attendance to en joy the day and all entered into the spirit ot the occasion to be happy and make others happy The best part of all Was the fact that a neat sum was realized for the Catholic church at Fredericktown which gave the picnic Aunt Eliza Kim berlin a colored wom an sJxtyfive of age died at her home in the Pleasant Run community last Saturday and was buried at Pleas ant Run church Sunday Aunt Eliza wasthe wife of David Kimberlin an old soldier and MethodIst preacher and was very highly respected by all the people regardless of color of the Pleasant Run communit- yNOTICENotice is given to all in debted to me either by note or account that they must settle with me at once or I shall proceed by law to collect thee same I shall take the same steps against aU who are indebted to The GQo Bohon Co and whose notes or accounts have been placed in my hands for collection if not settled att once HARTWhLG ETHRINGTON 20 8t Willisburg Ky SChool Tax for the year gf 1910 was due July 1 G c Wharton Treas The Ladies of the Baptist churchwill serve County Conrt dinner m Novem ber We have a number of farmsfor sale at prices from 500 to 2000 Good to bacco farms stock farms all kinds of farms See us for city property in Bardstown DEATstKy If your liver is sluggish and out of tone and you feel dull bilious consti pated take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to night be fore retiring and you will feel all right druggistsa Agricultureo The Western Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course of study m Elementary Agriculture demonstration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity for teaching the subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life Work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for information Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky fALLINGUAIR lan easily Be Stopped Also Dandruff and Itching Scalp rf Parisian Sage doesnt stop falling hair Itching scalp and eradicate dandruff in two weeks The beo Haydon Drug Co stands ready to refund your money without argument or red tape of any kindParisian Sage will put a fascinating radiance intd any womans hair in a few day Susanne Calahan of Hotel Royal Bu cyrus Ohio on March 26 1910 wrote verybvery hard to do anything font Paris ian Sage proved a GRAND SUCCESS very way Her haIr stopped coming out dandruff all disappeared soreness all left toescalp and her hairrs coming in agiIn very nicely Large bottl 60 cents at The Leo Hlilydon Drug Cos store it+ +++ + +++ fittitai1Iis +Et tIJ1 ++ i + + 0 ewa I= + iiWe are Going to Give Away Our Profits i 4 On each purchase or Dry Goods Dress Goods SilkstWhite Goods Laces Embroideries Ginghams Dress tit + and Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels titfitRugs Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oil Cloth Window t4Shades Wall Paper Lace CurtaIns 2 Mens and Boys Clothing Hats Shoes Etc A few Ladies Tailored Suits at Half Price A few Mens Suits at HalfPrice I Just Received big line Childrens School Shoes at low Prices a Af I EXTRA SPECIALS A Regular I25 Lac + Go for Per Pair Curtains75c Regular ISo Lace Curtains Go for Per Ysir 1 00 50iNo at f A TheoROBERTSONCLAYBROOKECoi +t + +++ + ++ + + t++++++++ + dfLOCUST GROVE G H Ballard of LebanoJunctionI- S visiting friends at this pl ce Mr and Mrs J S Lea hman have returned home from a visit with relatives at Bloomfield and Fai field Mrs Nell Thurman is s nding this week with Mrs Jessie Sale near Mack VI lie spendingseyeral Mrs Sallie GreorVspen Wednesday night with MrS Eyari Sale ear Mack ville Mrs Minnie Reed and Nell Adams were guests of Mrs Robert Thompson Tuesday afternoon Harvey Leachman and wife otSpring field spent several days last week with hIS parents Mr and Mrs JS Leach man Miss Frances Martin still continues the guest of Miss Ellen Gregory Wood sham and wIfe spent Sunday with Mr J Powell at Mackville Mrs Ollie Blshop has returned to her home in Louisville after spending a week with her sister Mrs W P Mer rltt Miss Caroline Junes has to- her home at Louisville aft toner sister at this place Mesdames Emma Wilson and Mary Thompson were guests of Mrs Julia Leachman evening Miss Lillian Letchmanis visiting Miss Essie Hungate at Willisburg Miss Clark Blanton has returned to her home at Boston after a pleasant visit to her sistet Mrs Ed Birch Mrs Kate Litsey and Nell Thompson spent Thursday evening with Mrs Min nie Reed Helps Orphans tielpedbyOrphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution tor nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kjdney troub les We regard it as one of the best family medicines on eareh ItIt invigorates all vital organe purifies the appetiteTo nO1equal xGoCalicoes per yard 5ctit Hope Cotton per 8 t3C tGoods Charged Above Prices INCORPORATED SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY fetrrned President yard For firstclass Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Gents Garments call on SPRINGFIELD CLEANING AND PRESSING CLUB GEO G Gowoy PropI IJoouQQQQQQQQQQ Both AdmireThis Shirta Thats natural because It challer- gesi approval Its the same with d everything in our stock of summer d furnishings We reflect the modes as perfectly as the mirror does the tastetTvalue refinement and elegance shine In their newest glossin our circle of J novelties and all our prices are lit a tIe dandies J 0 6rundy McIntire QOOOOOOQOOQ QC- f The Ladies Aid Society of Church will serve dinner CbristiaIbIday in September thankfully received RURAL TELEPHONES I yourfamilyto get the latest market quotatiqhs at any time Phis can be accomplished by means ot npr telephone service hIyou and your neighbors can get for a sum that IS smallcom- pared with the benefits received Gall or address our near TennIrate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the Stat s of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana land the southern portion of Indiana and Illinois 4 CqMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated SAVE YOUR FOWLS wtremedyIon with absolute certainty to ours and provost RonpLrubcrueck of poultry ellseases A few drops la thedrlnJdngwater keeps fowls healthy and ForthePoultry Curelil EQUALII Manufactured only by Cia Paris X Iof chides tree LMtI 11them Bourbon Poulty for Che1fa sad Li Bourbon Remedy CoIIacorperiterl t 1 u A At All Lealln Drugr1ata per Settl Trial Vial Fr For sale by Hi YOON It fUtkd aura Druggists Notice to Contractorshave about 125 miles of Turnpike not under contract which I am ready to let contracts to be worked at once Also want to receive bids for the erection of an abutment of a bridge For plans and specifications call and see me oj R MAYE Road Supervisor i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 h ASSIGNEES SALE OF TATHAM SPRINGSA JAs Assignee of The TathaUl SPrins Company I will on THURSDA Y AUG 181910ABOUT THE HOUR OF 100 OCLOCK P M thetAlt1 urnishedwithaU fully equipped with all necessary furniture suitable for the continuation the business as a health and pleasure resort IS The hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Island above high water verlo1king Chaplin River thesprllgbyThiss property will be soldas a whole and for the reason that the owners cannot give the the attention It demands to maintain It as an attractive firstclass health and pleasure shquld and can be under proper and attentive management bUSinejS The property is situated on the Automobile line as established by the Clubs DlalJLti tThenatural advantages of this place in not surpassed by any similar resort in Kentucky ProPerttoJ The property will be sold for onefQurth cash the remainder payable in one two and three years The purchaser will be required to execute notes for the deferred patilents bearing interest from th contiinstallment of Interest at maturIty then all of the notes to become due It anyuurchaser desIres fur they time for payment than as above indicated the extension can be arranged pn satisfactory terms to tjbeagreedon h y W E SELECMAN f Assignee of Tatham Springs Co theHotels l HOW FAST CAN WE TRAVELp i A Theo tical Idea of the Ex i ctreJne Limit of Speed That p See5 Possible for Us When there was talk of constructing the first steam engine and traveling by- rail many people declared that the awful speed a steam engine could attain would kill the passengers It would not be safe to go through the air at the rate for instance of a mile a minute t r Now people have traveled dt that rate and even faster without being at all and a writer in a recent injuredI magazine has been figuring out wnamusement an estimate of how fast people could really travel without being injured He declared that the s quickest way to get from one place to another without shock or jar is to trav el faster and fester until half the distance covered alid then to slow down until the destination is reached When the rate of acceleration is just each as can be borne with comfort the limit is d attained The effect on the passengers would be a continuous pressure against the back of the seat of the sort expe- rtenced when a car is started suddenlyI for the first half of the i then to prevent them pitching out of their seats the chairs would have to be turned in the opposite direction for the r rest of the journey during which the same sensation would be felt If an atI i tempt were made to make the same i time by any other method mVQlvlng uni partlof the journey an unpleasant jar or pressure would be experienced in starting or stopping The highest speed at proporItionThe trams would have to run m aI tube from which the air had been rhaasted or the cars would be heated the burning point by the reMRtance of explainJtbreathe Perhaps they would hold their breath anyway so that would not be necessary Still as the best time his im trains could make from New IIYork to Philadelphia for instance a triP of eighty five miles would be six minutes and fortyfour seconds some air supply would seem to be necessary even for short distances With this ar ranged and the apparatus safely built travel across the country would become a matter of a very few hours and a business man living in the suburbs of his city could reach home by rapid transit in something less than a minute Selected When the digestion is all right the alnaturalstrengthen the digestive otgana improve the appetite and regulate the Sold by all druggists DEEP lREEK I On July 24th a family reunion was held at the home of Mr andMrs Wil liam Yankey the day being the 72nd anniversary otthe birth of Mrs Yank ey her husband being in his 84th year They received many nice presents The dinner which was excellent and most gracetully served was much enjoyed by the company The fleeting hours were spent in social intercourse Those who participated were Clem cocanougher and 3 children of Texas Ky Mrand childrenjchilic of Springfield Mrs Dee Yankey and 7 children of Stewarts Mr and Lud Yankey and 6 children of Penick Mr and Mrs Charlie Yankey and two children Pat Ho ran and Ray Harmon of Lebanon ihey all felt that the oc casion was a happy one May the Lord bless and kebp the aged couple is the prayer of the writer fromIMiss Lettie Coyle of Long Run spen- from Tuesday night until Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Martin Coyle Born July 27 1910 to the wife of Charlie Coyle a tine boy Miss Maggie Coyle spent a few days last week with her grandfather Martin of Boyle county Mrs Josie Holdetman was the guest of Mrs Ida Elliott last Monday week MartIn Mathley sold five shoats toII Tom Cocanougherat ten cents per TheY brought 53 Mr and Mrs Smith Drury spent several days with Mr and Mrs Holderman last Mrs Mollie weekIwith her son town WB Elliott has completes the new schoolhouse Mrs Ella Swpeney will open school shore ly Miss Sadie Coyle was the welcome guest of Miss Nancy EllIott last Thurs day night There was a large attendance at the ohIducted the meetings Subject Faith IIMr and Mrs George Elliott were the of Mr and Mrs Anderson Hol derman last Thursday G W Key A Holderman George Elliott Dee Yankey and Oscar Bottom attended cOunty Court at Springfield last Mondati Mrs J S Coyle is very sick at this writing We hope she may speedily re coverIA Bargain farm Of 420 acres fine Shelby and Oldham county land un pike four miles south of Beards on L N Electric Line 200 acres blue grass about 85 acres overflow bottom balance fine upland m cultivation no wasteland a fine stock wheat corn or tobacco farm no better in the corn belt of Kentucky a well built two story seven room dwelling and out buildings three barns three temint houses fairir good rwardfarmMorgan YewellAgentt Bardstown Ky IHows This cd DollarsRe rward that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known lit betiness transactions and financially able byhis OIly acting directly uoon the blood and Testirmonials sent free Price 75cper bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Fancily P ills for consti pation The Sprlngtle1d Sun L110 per year The Sun ind CourierJournal 160 r t 0 THE WASHINGTON COUNTYt vr f i Tr j1 k IRf tl 2 r tgust 2 = 5= 67 1910 11 Bigges Ever r ales Free First Day School Children freesecpnd Day I w v STALLARD D D S I SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Pain or Danger Done in this office is first I andjusttOver McElroy Shedcr Grocery 0S00 OQOOOOO 0a Personal Notes o o aovISitOrs In and Out of TownA 0IRound Up of the o Personal Newso Da0Miss Sarah Barber of Bardstown- is the guest ot Miss Louise Barber MIss Kathilrine Gore of Louisville is the guest of Miss Flor Royalty = Miss Susie Penn has returned home after a visit to her aunt at SadieviUe Kentucky George Bohon of Harrodsburg was m town yesterday Dr W F Trusty is in New Hope today on business Mrs James Haydon of Bards town i visiting her daughter Mrs Leo Hay don Miss Bearnice Spalding of Leban EarnestineKnotr Mrs Kathine Neal arid daughter Elizabeth of ldUlsville aree guests of relatives MIss Marg vet Hagan left Su day- for a two months stay with r latlyes m Louisville Mrs J L Allen spent las week in LouisvilleiMr and Mrs Hood Cunningham have returned hone from their bridal trip Miss Margaret Jones has returned to her home hi Louisville after a visit to friends here Miss Cecilia Smith of chico o is he guest of relatives here Miss Marie Barber IS the guest of Miss Francis Wise in Memphis Tenn Mrs Frank Peters Misses Lucile Gage and Louise HaydoR vIsited in Lebanon last week Rob Russell Misses Bessie Campbell and FannittJK Smith attended the dance at Tatham Springs Thursday Miss Nora Killisoe has returned to her home in Louisville uftera visit to Miss Della Smith Mrs T S Mayes and daughter May are spending this week at Tatham Springs Mrs Gowin of Lebanon spent the week end with Mrs W L McClellan Mrs Wells has returned to Bloom field after a visit to her sisters the Misses Brown MrS Ferd KUhn spent Friday in Louisville MISS Lucile Payne has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Mabel Williams Rod Whorton IS the guest ot his parents here Mr James Spalding and sister Elizabeth jf Lebanon were m town Sunday Miss Alma Spalding of Lebanon spent Thursday here Miss Lizzie Blusker of Cincinnati will arrive this week to visither cousin Mr Ed M Russell fiMrs Mollie Mays and son CQarle- slet yesterday for an extended t iP to ScottKansasMr s G Mnye oCSevlrtour Ind IS visiting friends anl irelatives ui this County Mr and Mrs Joe Bishol spent the first of the week in LoPisyille MIss Lulie Tlmons of Lebanop is the guest of Mrs T W Simms Sr b1isses Mary and Catharine Spald- gl have returned to their home in ardstown after a visit to their grand cother Mrs Ben Haydon Mr Clelland Cunningham who has been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham for the past Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER MUSIC FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Br ss Band Box 246 Springfield K9 Augustus G Beam M D daystreatmentPhone 184 If I I Only a Pow Pieces of PORCH AND LAWN GOods Let Whichti Iw are Offering I ABSOLUTELY vA 1 AT COSTIII I Leachrnan Campbell- fcL Furniture Store two weeks ha returned to his home in Greenwood S C where he IS a pros perous lawyert Mr Jas Barker and wife have returned from jTathm Springs where they have beep for hishealth and where he was greatlytimproved Mrs Walter Leachman entertained delightfully onlJast Thursday and Friday afternoon On the former day she ntertained her euchre club while on the latter tie guests were entertained at flinch Mrs J W Kelley Mrs Cacil Mrs J fitSi ms Mrs G D Robertson Jr Mrs C Mudd Mrs J C Shader MIsses Lucile Gage Louise Havdon Nell Simms and Gladyce Mudd Louis ichard and E O Kelley are spending the week at Tatham SpringsP Mr and rs Leon Mattmgly of Lebanon Mr ndMrs Bernard Mat tingly of Louisville Mr and Mrs R H Edeten R fI Jr andDick Edelen Mr and Mrs J I Wimsatt Mrs Mc Shane of Louivllle Mr and Mrs John Edelen Mr Tom Moore Mr Ferd Spalding Mr and Mrs Will Spalding Mr and Mrs Tom Stocker Mr Whee er and daughtEr of Bardstown Miss Mattie Roney of St Marys were among those woo attended the funeral Jof Mrs RIchard Kelley Sunday DULY QUALIFIED Proprietor of DairyHave you had any experience In this business factory AppllcantI used to work In a pump I Hot Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread- and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morn ing at eleven oclock VALLEY HILL Mrs Mattie Jayne of Mt Zion visited relatives at this place Monday Johnnie Snider is in Louisville where he will mate an extended visit to friends andrelatives Mr and Mrs Samuel Tucker were the happy recipients ofa fine sonon the 27th of July Papa is all smites Mother and babe are doing nicely Mrs J RoN convaleScent af ter a severe attack of flux Thos Reed and wife of Booker were callers in this section Wednesday M Fitzgerald recently purchased a bunch oflambs and severalshoats fromrJas Moran Jr Miss Virginia Foster was the weekend guest of her aunt Mrs Benedict Jan s of near Springfield l MIss Mary Bowman Grundy entertained a number of the junior society circle Fndiy atarecherc e luncheon on last Thursdaywastrees were struck and torn to splinters waskilledMr and Mrs Theo Virgmof Maud visited relatives at this place Wednesday and Thursday M Reed and granddaughter were guests of relatives at Booker Thursday Miss Anna Jones opened her school at this place Monday with a good en rollmentT Tatum our local grain dealer has purchade the bulk of the wheat In this sectIOn dt 90c per bu W F Moran and Jas Moran Jr are erecting a tobacco barn for Mrs S E Piles Dr M W Hyatt was called from this place to the home of Thos Reed at Booker Monday to attend Mr Reeds little daughter Willie May who it ilL Mrs Bradshdw is suffennga severe attack of rheumatism and is confined to her bed at the home of her son Wm Bradshaw at thIs place Dysentery IS a daisgernus disease but can be cured Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy has been successfully used in nine epidemics of dysentery Is has never been known to fail It is equally valuable for children and adults and When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to the taste Sold by all druggists II YOU CAN GET Rolls TELEPHONE oJ69HAnd your order will be promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN DROIL When down lo n ryone of our GRAPE JUICES 1 r LEApiNG MI t TAKES IN LIFE Writer Has Recorded Ten of Which Most of Us Assuredly Have Our Share Some of us may be glad to be told that there are only 10 life mistdkes for there seem to be so many more but a xecent writer has catalogued them Perhaps these are only the 10 leading ones from which the smaller errors arise Lets look over the list andSee hoW many of them are ours to setup our own standard of rift and wrong and judge people accordingly second to measure the en joyment of others by our own third to expect uniformity of opinion in this world fourth to look fnr Judgment and experience in youth fifth to endeavor to mold all dispositions alike sixth to looK for perfection in our own actions seventh to worry our selves and others with what can not be remedied eighth to refuse to yield in Immaterial matters ninth to re fuse to alleviate so far as It lies in our power all which needs allevia tion tenth torefuse to make allow ance for the infirmities ot others SKIN TROUBLES A Healing Ointment With a Wide Range of Usefulness A letter from Mrs L E Cameron Graduate NurseAugusta Me says ItI must write and tell you the good Resiriol Ointment has done I applied It to an ulcerated leg of six months standing Almost everything had been tried to heal it Reslnol was applied twice a day for four weeks and the ul cers are entirely healed It Is now six since the treatment and no mdlcatiOn ota return of the trouble I have used Resinol for eruptions on ch11dreJ1 everythingthat seemed to need an ointment with satisfactory results in every case MrsF Cox Chicago Ill says In another letter l cannot speak too highly of Resinor Ointment and Soap They cured my baby boy of Eczema He had a very severe case Numerous other remedies had been tried and railed to do any good I would not be without them in the house tt The bratapplication rill relieve theitching and irritation In IIkla dllleell and stop the pain In burns or scalds Chafing Sunburn Poison Ivy eraptioas are often cured by as oversight ap pllcatloaReiaol Ointment Resinol Soap cud Resinol Medicated Shaving Stick are sold at an Drug Stores Ask for booklet on care of the Skia and Complexion or send stamp to us for sample and booklet Reslaol Chemical Co Baltimore MIL r A WARNING 6Man at TelephoneLet me have the- gas office please OperatorCertalnly But you know we dont allow any swearing over our 4 lines EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH VILlAGE In Dowlais South Wales about fifteen years ago families were stricken wholesale by a disease known as- ilie itch Believe me it is the most terrIble disease of its kind that I know of as it itches all through your bo y and makes your life an Inferno Sleep Is out of the question and you feel as If a million mosquitoes were f attacking you at the same time I knew a dozen families that were so affectedThe doctors did their best but their remedies were of no avail what ever Then the families tried a drug gist whow nc ed far and wide for his remarkable cures People came to him from all parts of the country for treatment but his medIcine made matters still worse as fl last resort they were advised by a friend to use the CuUcura Remedies I am glad to tell you that after a feYdays treat ment with Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Resolvent the effect was wonder ful and the result was a perfect cure tin all cases I may add that my three brothers three sisters myself and aU our lam llles have been users of the Cutlcura RemedIes for fifteen years Thomas Hugh 1650 West Huron St Chicago Ill June 29 1909 1 Silenced the Critic ha es Sumner when In London gave tready reply At a dinner given his honor lie spoke of the ashes of some dead hero Ashes What American English rUdely broke fri an Englishman dust you mea i1r Sumner We dont burn ou dead to this country Yet In sta a lied 1fr Sumner with rourfifis smile your poet Gray tells us that Even In our ashes live their wwntedflreu The American was not critftIzi3d again that evening Initials What are Mr Wisess initials Cant say He has been taking so many college degrees that nobody cabI keep track of them 1 x v IIANbLJllllNJ6l- lOUSIff I VISITOR1EnwAuD ciAr1c ITTLE BY LITTLE President Taft has come into direct line with one ot the Roosevelt policies and Lhe wlll follow It In the future as he has been following It for some weeks It wlll be the rule at the summer capital at Beverly Mass as It Is today the fixed rule of procedure In the White House The Roosevelt policy which President Taft finally has adopt ed as his own Is the method of receiving visitors which was in force during the colonels tenure of office It is possible that Pres Ident Taft never wlll be able to adopt the Roosevelt policy of getting rid of his visitors because the two men are constitutionally different in at least one respect It must be said however that the Roosevelt plan of receiving guests has done a good deal to save the tempers of White House visitors and the time of Mr Taft As everybody knows an addition was made to the White House offices HPJne time agoT In the Roosevelt days callers went Into the cabinet room and from there either were ushered Into the adjoining room where the president sat or waited while Mr Roosevelt came out and made a clrcuit of the cabinet room speaking to one caller after another and getting through with his work quickly and yet without giving offense Now President Taft has a circular room all to himself and while the vIsitors are allowed the two big rooms outside it is tr m these rooms they find there way to the presipents presence being let In eight or ten at a not one at a time as was the case when Mr Taft first took office The president has adopted the Roosevelt method of passing from visitor to vIsitor learning the wants of each and trying as best he canto suit each caller and to get rid of him as quick ly as courtesy will permit PresIdent Taft however is so good natured and is so humanly Inter l fi6W WfzrlTE fOt st3- OFFICE ested In matters not connected wrtn politics or legislation that ot his own volition he lingers long frequently with Individual visitOrs and so while the method of reception hastens things In a measure It cannot offset the delay that comes from the president apparent desire to have every guest put into good humor and to leave him with a smile In hls heart At the outset ot the Taft administration vis Itors saw him one at a time and the one who was talking to him did not feel the spur of haste which Is now felt by the presence inthe room of half a dozen or a dozen other visitors all eagerly Waiting their turn and occasionally shift- tng ungasily In their seats because of the time that the one who has the presidents ear Is ta king up President Roosevelt just as President Taft was humanly interested In a great many things which did not affect public matter For instance If a wellknown sportsman called Mr Roosevelt would perhaps talk to him for half an hour about big game shooting or the best way to reach the haunts of some wild creature which the colonel never had had the of meeting al the end of the gun One of President Tafts hobbles Is baseball and every league team that visits Washington calls at the White House where its members talk of curves Inshoots drop balls and the best way to placehits to the man who weary of railroad legislation and tariff talk Is milling in spirit to get on the dramond for a few minutes proV1rbialDuring sands poured Into the capital It seems t at In some clUes the children of the high schools give entertainments during the winter and cuirgo admission thereto The money that Is thus obtained Is used to pay the expenses of the pupils to Washington In cases where the childrens parents are able tcbearthe expenses of the trip the money Is used to pay the expenses of boys and girls who otherwise could not undertake the Journey One day at the White House there appeared a delegation of 450 school children The president had a dumber of appointments with senators and representatives and with prominent men from a distance Notwithstanding this he told his secre tory th t the door should be thrown open and that the school children should be admitted He not only made them a speech but ho shook hands with each one and had a word beyond tho per functory Glad to see you to say to each pupil u he or she went by The story of the welcome which the 450 children had went abroad and for days the presidents mornings were busywith the work of wel coming the pupils of schools from all the eastern states The children always are accompanIed by sovenl teachers who chaperon them and make preparations for their sightseeing As soon as they reach Washington the rePresenta IrI il ileefle QG01QGUBJ yl T r v4 rxa 0 vE nzeet QzFlcE OR Ke JeteE2r To 2ded rDstVzr and the congressmen In nearly every case lead the way to the presence of the president The wonder is if the country knows how much hard work goes on In the White House not only In the presidents office but in all the adjoining offices U anyone envies the private secretary his posItion perhaps he would throw envy to the winds after watching Charles Dyer Norton go through ono days labor The assistant secretary works just as hard as does the chief secretary In the ptllce communicating with the room of these two hardworking men Is a root11 filled with stenographers and clerks hard at work There Is one White House clerk who has a most paInstaking lob Invitations to too semi public White House receptions of course are en graved but as the name of each person invited must appear nn the engraved ticket of admission which accompanies the Invitation one line or the ticket must be left blank because the engraving of 4000 individual names one to go on each card would be an endless task and n tremendous expense It Is the duty of one ot the clerks to fill in the names and to do It so that the writing shall look as though It were engraved This he does In a way that deCeives the ordinary eyesight A card of adrnlsslon to one of the White House receptions looks as It It were aU the work of the engraver so fine Is the handicraft of the man who fills in the vacant line with the tracing- of his ordinary pen About a year and a half ago the clerk who did this engraving died and It became necessary to find some one to take his place It was supposed that thIs would boa hopeless task or that at tho best the services of a man must be obtained who after long practise might be able to accomplish what his predecessor sO successfully had done To the surprise of the first cards of Invitation that went out were just as deceptive as far as engraving and handwriting were concerned as were those that had gone from the desk ot the man who for years had labored at the task and had arrived at a perfection which It waS supposed no one without months of practise could reach One of President Tafts dally tasks Is to sign the commissions of officers of the army and navy ant1 ot men ppointed to various positions in civil rl7Rfre 1 r 4ieNaeraA J RrmR- Yro rHiF 51REdr jF 5EPBUT rLiPrY H i7 PIflrl7e Opfzc oToro C4C 4G J a c life Of coarse commissions are for the moat part engraved but there are names and dates to be filled In and these are written deftly and then the pile ot parchment Is laid on the desk before the president who frequently In a seemingly au tomatic way signs his name to commission after nmIssion while carryIng on with some visitor at his elbow a conversation relating pcrbpa to intricate matters of state The White House officials secretaries and clerks have to concern themselves with all kinds of matters Secretary Norton Is the recipient of letters from people all over the United States who write to the president upon the most trivial affairs When one takes Into consideration the fact that hundreds of persons who have really legitimate business with the White House either call or write every day It can be seen at once that the secretarys hands time and mind are well flied There are certain orders of rank which have tp be respected dad In a democracy It Is pretty hard work to conytuce the ordinary citizen that any man Aas the right of precedence As far as precedent is concerned the presidents audiences are governed by the supposed Impor tance of the visitors mclal bustaees For In stance it a senator Is awaiting to see the press djnt and a cabinet officer happens to come In the member of the presidents official family at ways wlll see President Taft first unless he says s octfically that his business Is of little Impor tancrand expresses a willingness that the sert- a to the president aheadof him A netsPaPerman with whom President Taft has had frequently personal relations for some years went to the White House one morning and told Mr Taft that he would like to see him atone tqr a minute If he could and so tale president tqok him Into a side room and closed the door They staid together talking for fifteen minutes then the newspaper man went out Into the prQsldents main office leaving the president be enteringdlho had been waiting for fifteen minutes The s nator Is a jovial soul and with mock sOlemnity 0f8plrit hebowed low to the newspaper man Vpuld you mind going back to ask the presl dentsaid the senator If now that he has corn plete3 his affairs of state with a newspaper correspondent howill consent to see an humble senator of the United States LThe ambassadors and ministers representing foreign countries In Washington are great sticklers for precedence and every known means has to bo taken to prevent giving them offense It is almost impossible for any human being except one or two of the state department officials to keep rigid track Qt the rank of the diplomats and the attaches at all the foreign legations In Wash Ington So It occasionally ImJlpens that somu second assistant secretary of the legation of the king of the cannibal islands Is allowed to set Into a room ahead of the first assistant secretary of the legation of the king of balihoo and then there are black looks which Jr they could be put Into words would be tantamount a declaration of war against the United States The American officials In Washington life are not above being piqued If a junior gets in ahead ofn senior though troubles of this kind are con fined as far as Americans are concerned almost wholly to social offenses for senators representatives supreme court judges and the rest nave ff fly marls up their minds that at the Whit H use one musttako his changes of precedence 1 AFTER y FOURYEARS UF1IIISERYYYdia ham sVegetable Compound Baltimore MdTor fouryerl my life was a misery to me I su1fered from irregulars iiill ties terrible drag rnjit Oji gmg sensations h extreme nervous Hess and that aU myrJiir hYen up ot ever beingweU when I began to take LydiaEPink1I VegetableCompound I felt as though new life had been given me and I am recommending i- tt aU myfriendsMrs W S FOED 2207 W FrankliI St Baltimore Md The most successful remed in this country for the cure ofall forms ot female complaints is Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound It has stood the test of years and today is more widely and successfully usedthan other female remedy I has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements inflammation ulceration fibroid tumors Ir- Regularities periodic pains backache that bearlngaown feeling flatulency indigestion and nervous prostration after all other means had failed It you are su1ferlngfrom anyof these ailments dont Rive u hope until you VegetableIf you would like special advice LynnMassthousands to health free of charge a Trscanyon se1l1otslnaconntysaund eol1mer centero Grnnde contract Write for booklet B Qapl TwndtGoClaplTz THE REASON Janlforl know the water isturne off Im sorry but it Jsnt my fault Tenant I know and I guess thats why youre sorry Comparing Notes Mrs NewlyMy little Robbie is remarkably strong he is only four years old but he can raise his high chair with one handl Mr SpoodlerOh thats nothing in the apartment hOuse where I try to do my sleeping theres a bally thats only Jfour months old and that child can raise the roof Ivith no hand at all Caught Too Quick I pleads guilty ter stealin dew melons jedge said the prIsoner but I wants de mercy er de court On what grounds asked the judge On dese grounds replied the pris oner I stole de melons but de sher Iff didnt give me a chance toeiW emAtlanta Constitution Diagnosis Do you see that man going along with his head In the air sniffing with his nose Yes I knoW him I suppose lie believes in taking ln the good pure ozone No hes hunting for a motor garage I believe TitBits- Be true to the best ot yourself tear tng and desiring nothing but living up to your best naturethen you will be happy Marcus Aurelius Theres vitality snap and Ilg breakfast o- fGrapeNuts a dCreWhy Because nature stores ti- In wheat and barley The Potassium Phosphate In such form as to Nourish brain and nerves The food expert who originated GrapeNutst Retained this valuable Element in the food Theres a Reason Read the famous little book The Road to Wellville Found in Packages lOSTm QERE COMPANY hmltl Battle Creek MiaIgant li s t a +4 I I J V1S SER fA1j dn Heirto cYWWons r- Br FtIIderick ReddJeant4uthor ifyeThe Other etc fl1utrtionsbyRayWa1teri t CopYright bJ B LlpplncottCo 6 YNOPSI Andy Meleen aged millionaire miner Is dying and orders a will drawn up leav latery ars and whose married name he does not know Meleen was married years be tore but left his Wife after a Quarrel In dothatThe scene shifts to New York Introdu ctnt Wlfrld Stenpis who Is telling his woulddothe law office of Carboy Passavant Cozine attorneys for the estate of Me dihisceals the tact that he has discovered that Meleens daughter Is living Wilfrid Sten nis replies to an advertisement for tn toICHAPTER VContlnuecl fYou see you were rIght after all dearest said Wilt to EunIce after Imparting to herir4 detail his wonderful news It was uncle Andrew He had gone to her at once feelingIt that he must confide in Ws brain would burst And who so W1lllng a tstener as the girl of his bert The winter twilight was shutting comehomeand they twain had the shabby parlor to themselvps Eunice 1gnord the passing tribute k to her 8uperior Insight Her womans visIon was leaping far ahead and al though the affianced couple sat hand In hand and Wllf was the same dear unaffected fellow as of yore tenderly affectionate and Iover4ike Eunice felt the iiitsngibl and Impending shadow of a new element In their relations But she could not as yet define It or put her thoughts Into words She must thresh It out by herself For neither had there as yet been sum dent time to fully adjust themselves to the novel situation WllfAyou oUr talk in this very reom a little while ago and the wonderful aircastles you planned Wilt chuckled boyishly Now you can go ahead and build them all Rather say that well build them together he x lamed loyally Whats mine Is jours you know He meant every word he said but Eunice shook her bead InquiredWUfdrawlnp head nestled on his shoulder Do you imagine that any amount of money can make anYdUference In my love for you Why my Eunice is worth a dozen fortunes The girl suffered his caresses and tt was Inexpressibly sweet to hear him talk In that strain but there was an ominous tugkingat her heartstrings However she would not play the part ot a klllj y at such a time Thank you Wilt she said simply p 1 know you mean ftand It Is very dear and lovely ot you to come to mefirst of all with thegood news I want you always to remember this WiltPint whatever happens my love for you can never never change Nothings going to come between us anyway affirmed Wilt confident ly sealing his words wJth a kiss and stifling her negative Before Eunice could make any further reply John Trevecca came In and the wonderful tale had tobe gone over again for his especial benefit Eh hid but its a mort 0 money Whativer wlll ee do wi It Wilt laughed gayly Why Eunice and Ire going to build castles with soiDe of it And which one will ee live In queried the old man taking him lIterally Let me tell you one thing said the impulsive Wilt wherever wear you are going to be with us and share our good fortune Nay nay lad Its kindly meant and I thank ye but a million a year I couldnt live up to it at my age Ill just bide here It Was characteristic of the simple nature of young Stennis that he went to his desk downtown the next morning as though nothIng had happened overnight In fact on waking he to nd It almost Impossible to realize his ch nged position To his board In house the news had not ret pene trated but when he arrtvftl at the 4store he fOUJ1d the tidings ahead ot Most ot the morning dailies had more or less lengthy accounts for Horatio Passavant had sent for the reporters apparently creating the IIDr prelslon that the newlyfledged ml1 4 1Ionalre WAS ullder itla vrotectmg wing The head of Stennis firm came to hIs desk at the Instant he was opening the bIg ledger as usual We certainly did not expect to see you here this morning Mr Stennis Let me congratulate you most heartily Of course youll be leaving us soon rYes I suppose so answered Wit fri d blushing and embarrassed1 But you see air I havent had time tO get used to the thing yet and It you dont mind I should like to hang oh here for awhile anyhow Certainlyjust as you please The elder man could appreciate the lads feeUngs Not so his fellow employes who all that day and for the few days that Wllfrid did remain at his old st seemed lost in amazement that y fellow with a mlllion dollari a ar coming in should want to work at all But naturally the hour came around when WilfrId Stennis balanced his final column of figures and hung up his threadbare officecoat for the la st time Gradually ills mind adjusted Itself to the new state of affairs but the circumstance that helped most to bring him to his bearings was the announcement by Mr Carboy that there stood to his credit In the Chem- Ical bank a deposit o half a million dollars just for present needs theIwyer at the same time handing a bankbook and a checkiook Then and then only tennis felt that he had really come Into his king m At once he did something for which he alWayS thanked his good ange in after years He rode uptown to Tlffanys and selecting for Eunice a marquise ring composed of opals and amonds drew h1first check tp pay r It acheck that ran Into four fat figures Its the first of the money Ive placedetle engagement token she already wore All tears and happy smiles tho girl threw her arms about his neck exclaimIng Nothing you could have done Would h ave pleased me pore you dear th oughtful fellow It Is far too hand me for me but I shall always love and wear it In the ensuing early days Wllfrld was more than a little perplexed as to U Ho Will Do Thought Clara Passa vant what changes hq should make In his mode ot life He soon dIscovered what was evIdently expected of him throug1t an avalanche ot Irculars from houseagents tailors haberdash era florists cigar and wine merchants picturedealers horsemartsj and car rfage manufacturers all bespeaking his custom and patronage to say noth- Ing of begging letters by the Even a socalled College of Htraldry otrered to furnish a crest and a coat of armsfor a stiff consideration in cash His boardinghouse became sirnpl unendurable on this account and because 9 the notoriety he had alread- ainedg So by Eunices advice he went to a good hotel until he could settle himself In a suitable ulte ot bachelor apartments she added But what do 1 want with a bachelor apartment he asked In Wonder What I would like to do is to get married at once and then we can look about tor a proper house To this proposition she demurred resolutely nor could he dislodge her The utmostcconcession he found It possible to extort was that she would marry him In a year from that Ume If he asked her Pressed for reason she at first sheltered hernelt behind the feminine because but drIven into a corner itt last said that she wished him tQ enjoy his freedom under the new conditions that h must go Into gay oclety and see th world she would not think of tying him downand much more to Ui same effect Finding the girl Immovable and moreovel tacitly confirmed In her decision by wise old John Trevecea Wil counsellas it1saryhe found Mr PMsavants advice ot great assistance Phlneas Carboy having returned U San Francisco Everything dends upon the manner In which you Rtart out my dear boy said his portly IPentor with a return to the paternal manner In your position yu cannot afford to aUy yourself w1th anything but the very best from your shoemaker to your vlsiinglist You must have a man of coprse and a secretary send the applicants to me I will sift them for you You should have at least two equipages for town uses hansom and q brougham with suitable norsesjor saddle and harness Do y ride ordrIye Mr Stenpis Jflisldius oYrStennls neither rode DOSI drove In fact he knew or cared little about horses Ah then there my daughter can be ot service she Is accounted a very fine horsewoman anil one of the best judges of horseflesh In the city But you young people cau talk that over together You will naturally take an Interest In all gentlemanly S every man of means and portsI does but It wlll do no harm are positively Identified with some particular pastime even to the extent ot making It a fad May I what Is your favorite dlver lonIYachting by dil means frid Excellent Could not be better reexclaimeda man of large resources canah Indulge In yachting to any extentSI am thinkingof buU jWhatwould repuItauonReally my dear said the lawyeI In narrating this little Cliesterfieldian eepisodehopes of young Stennis he hs most tractaQle and reeeptive toahser nsibleSo It came about tha the rather binEe Clara anticlpatd with no littli Interest her first meeting wIth the new man Stennis Dad never before owned visitingcard or donned a dresscoat but when he stepped forward to greet her IQ response to her fathers intro ductlotl as he entered the drawing room she decided In one sweepingt glance that he was least In costume and manners even ithe latter were a trifle nervous At the proper moment he offered hIs arm to take her In to dinner Inwardly Ihe was greatly perturbed for he real ClaraIbefore the soup was removed he was chatting with hEr completely at his ease The dinner passed off quite sue cessfullyon the whole fOt by dint ot keeping a careful watch on what the others did he was able to avoid any glaring blunders albeit rather bewildered at the multiplicity of glasses and wondering at the possible correct uses ot the different styles and sizes ot knives and forks and spoons But he committed no solecisms he took wIne sparIngly his little errors might even have been ascrIbed to a somewhat different geographical envirdn- macnt by thosrnot cognizant ot his social pedlgre He will do thought Clara Pas savant and put forth all her mat re powers to fascinate and dazzle her fathers guestIn which aim she corn pletely succeeded for there Is nothing more dangerous to a young mans peace of mind than a beautiful well gowned and wellmannered woman of the world In full evening attire And Clara was aU of these things More over she could be engagtngly gracious when she choseand from this night oJ she did choose She found Wllfrid quickly and even cleverly responsive to the touch and go topics ot current conversation and remarkably wellInformed as to general knowledge In truth he was better educated man than her father so far as wide and desultory eadlIig was concerned he had been nick named the walking encyclopaedia In the old days of office and boardinghouse life Yet his mental blllottars was like a pickedup dinnerit eon tamed a little of everything But If he had only known It In those early days as he came to know it later so daily this was rather iin his faVot than otherwise Society with a cap 41 prefix prefers to be amured- rathlr than Instructed and bare tolerates the man who knQws enough to see Its blurders and not enoUab to keep still about them TO BE CONTINUED A Fresh Start A glll came In and sat In front 01 them at the play she and her escort What a lovely profile liald be Beautiful DeliJate little upturned nose small pretty eyea Isnt she beautiful beautiful 1 Beautiful sfiid she but not hall so much so as the man she Is w1b Isnt he the handsomest chap you ever saw Look at his color his mue tache his lovely head of hair Ua many men are bald or beginning to be bald I do love to see a fine head ol hair on a man You knoW be whimpered It always makes me sore to speak ci people beginning to be bald and you know why Will you let up on the pretty profile asked If I cut out the bald head she Yes said he All right said she The Unique Rat From letters received it would seelS to make out Quite a case foIIOSSIble Not only has he served 81 foodDr Kane on his polar expedition attributed his comparatlYe tm- munity to sCuriry to the soup thadl from the rats his servtut shot with bow and arrowbut zIr Frank Buck land has suggested that their skin are eminently suitable for glovema king At any rate rat skins have sometimes been used as clothing for we read of aladY at Glasgow who had a paIr of shoes of rat skins which were as soft as the finest kid while by way oCa freak a complete suit ol rat skin was once made bya Cornlsb miner It Is anything more depress ling tijan rain faUtJg on an overturned t znbtone or the sight of I dlnlng1 dishNwha WINS THROUGH GRIT Forrrer Deck Hand Going to United States Senate Napoleon Bonaparte Bro lard of Flori daWho Has Been a R ustabou- tSaIar Filibuster a d Gov ernor a Flgl1te Jacksonville FlaOn of the most picturesque figures In t southland and n man the story 0 whose life ads like a novel Is Ni oleon Bonaparte Broward exgoverror of Florida ho recently defeated United States enator Taliaferro In the senatorial primaries held In Florldh lIrBrowarditJs a brflhlaflt example of achlevementl rarely equaled even In this day of selfmade nen He was born In abject poverty his parents be- Ing ignorant FlorIda frackers and his schooling was nil yet me rose to the highest office In the commonwealth and noW he Is about to nter the United State senate tIe Is a big man mentally and physically and his honesty and integrIty have ever been questioned He won success In politics as he aid In civil life by sheer bulldog courage and pertinacity and by keeping his word He tands sfx feet In height weighs more than 200 pounds and isi a born fighter Exyovernor Browari first attracted poUtical notice by his project to re- claIm the Everglades of Florida and making them Into fanning lands It gntothedemonstrated that his scheme Is feas- Ible by converting a part ot the Everglades Into productive farms bud this made hIm Immensely ppular The father of the future senator llved In a log house on the St Johns river and eked out n bare living for his wife and children Browards parentsdled when he was In his early teens When he was under 20 he Napoleon B Broward shipped on a lumberladen schooner bound for Boston There he Was paid off and landed In the dead of winter He had never seen a snowstorm be fore he was thinly lad and suttered t rribly from the cold An attack hoopings cOUgh laid him up and to k al hiS money Neertheless as soon a he could crawl out he shipped on- D eOf the winter fishing fleet bound f4r the Grand tanks He endured hrdships without complaining dId his wrk with a smile and thus won the f rendship of the men of the sea FoI- wing his work on the Banks 1e wrked his way back to Florida as a sailor Next we see him as a roust about on a steamer on the St John S river He saved his money bought a part interest In n steamboat and struGk out for hlm6elt His splendid fighting abilities were winning him notice the while his kindly disposition was win nlng him friends He was elected sheriff of DUal county a position he held nine years and In which he made a record whIch attracted atqntIon to him from all parts of the state The exploit which made Droward famous throughout the United States and Cuba was his ability as n blockade runner to Cuba during the Urn k the Insurgents were fighting the Spar lards there before the SpanlshAmel can war In company with his brothe and a third partner Uroward buIha stout seagoing tug for salvage snd wrecking work off the Florida coast He was atprbachecl by Cuban agents and asked to run guns and munitions Into Cuba The work was hazardous In the extreme but the pay was con mensurate with the risk antI Broward became a filibuster In aU he made eight trips from the Florida keys to Cuba and his perilous adventures and narrow escapes would make a novel In themselves Ho was chased by Spanish gunboats fought with several of them and escaped capture and death by a hairs breadth scores o times SThis Baby a Strong Man Pembroke Center tlassThls town has a marvel In bayhood In Thomas H Dates Jr aged ten month and weighs 28 pounds Young Bats has shown phenomenal strength He d e lights In trapeze swinging numberless times in succession His biggest weight feat Is lifting two flatiroi weighing 19 pounrls With the assistennce of an Iron through ftaUrons are hung on Dung Bates per forms this feat t wolderCulachleve ment for his age Your best friends talk about you at times dont expct anything ell i c Double the Wheat YieldIi of Your Land k Crop rotation and good tillage will not do it all You need fertilizerneed Armours In order to secure a proper return on the investment in your land you MUST increase the yield per a re Armours Fertilizersfor wheat have a record of always producing the heaviest yield Use them this FallGrow more wheatMake I more money Ask youdealer Armour Fertilizer Works Chicago Tit for Tat Being of a literary turn and having plenty of leisure both Mr and l1r Glupplns dontributed special articles ocCasionally to two different newspapers In the town where they resided One day Mr Glupplns picked up a manuscrIpt his wife had just finished and proceeded to look It overt Thats very good Bertha he said after completing his innPectIon but I see you use the phrase wellknown fact I wouldnt do that Why not she asked Well if a thing Is wellknown why mention It His wife said nothing In rejoinder at the time but a fev days later while readIng one ot his articles In print she found something to criticize Horace said she I am surprised to see you using thephrase selfevi dent Whats the matter wIth that Why It a thing Is selfevident what is the use of calllng attention to It Horace looked at her sharply over his glasses but made no verbal response Youths Companion Try This This Summer Tho very next time youre hot tired or thirsty step up to a soda fountain and get a glass ot CocaCola It will cool you oft relieve your bOdily and mental fatigue and quench your thirst delIghtfully At soda tountains or carbonated In bottles5c everywhere Delicious refreshing and wholesome Send to the CocaCola Co tlantaFGa for theIr free booklet The About CocaCola Tells what Coca Cola Is and why It is so dellclols ret- reshlng and thirstquenching Attd send 2c stamp for the CocaColI Base ball Record Book for i91oContalns the famous poem Casey t The Bat r recordsschedules for both leagues and other valutble baseball informs Uca complIed by authorities HoW He Kept the Law- noticed said the friendwho couldbe trusted after a trip through the factory where preserves are made that a white powder Is first put In the cans and that the preserves are then putIn the white powder Yes expiained the proprietor to the frlendwhocouldbetrusted that white powder Is a preservative You see we are compelled to put the preserves Ina preservative because an Idiotic requirement of the government makes it unlawful for us tQ put a preservative In the preserves Can You Save Certainly you can save if there Is an incentive Lots of women in Co- lum bus are saving rappers from Easy Task soap You know it ou send twenty five ot the wrappers and a two cent stamp to the Hewitt Brothers Soap Company Dayton Ohio they will send you a beautiful art reproduction aU ready for framing Some fqlks go to a picture store and pay a big tat price for the same pictures Your grocer keeps Easy Task soap or he will keep It it you ask for It More SeriousSMatliilde Browne was very rude to an overdressed old woman she met on the Street the other day know the story The old woman turned out to be MathUdes very rIch aunt and now shes going to give all her money to a hospital for decrepit dogs Nothing ot the sort In fact its worse The old woman was the Brones new cookarid now they- havent any Caught In the Rush My poor man said the sympa thetic woman and how came you to be crippled for lire Ill tell yqu madam replied the beggar Once spent my vacation at summer hotel and I was trampled down trying to get into the dining room after the first bell Important Moth rs Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIAa sate andsure remedy for Infants and children find see that It Bears the SIgnature of In Use For Over 3O Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Real Novelty KnockerSay heres an orIginal baseball story Second SenlorHows that KnoclterHero wins game In eighth Innng Instead of nlnthYale Record If You Are a Trifle SensitiVe About the size of your shoes many people wearamaller shoes by using Allens FootEase the Antiseptic Powder to shake Into the shoes It cures Tired Swollen Aching Feet and forbreakingin REB Mdresli Allen S Olnsted LeRoyN4A person thinks eV Ioneelse Is insane and love Ib blind be vause It Imagines everybody else is A Knowing Girl When young Lord Stanleigh came- ot vlsjtan American family the mis t the servants that in addressing him they should lwayA say Your Grace When the youagJg Ueman one morning th t one of the pretty house ervants in the hallway and told her that she was so attractive looking he thought he would kIss- erh she demurelr replied clasping her hands on her bosom and looking up into his tacO with a beautlfic ex pression a Lord for this blessing we are about to receIve we thank theeLlppincotts- The Home of the Cod There is just one other great cCbank In the world besides those off Newfoundland It lies off Cape Agull has which Is the southery1 tip of At rica and south Pt the Cape of Good Hope The Agulhas plateau is said to- eb almost a duplicate in size and rich ness ot the north cod banks But this is too far off so there Is little promise of Its appeasing the hunroj appetite of the WOrlditm o Red Weak Weary WaterT1beL TryMuririeLike Murine It Soothes at Your FreeMurineGive yourself oppoitunlty get rout ot the old road where thee stink w g ons go rushing by and take the path cross the helds of new thpUght OIis Winslows SoOth g snIp reducesiaiammauonaiiayspalncureswindcolic Knock and the world will jots In the anvil chorus The Army of- Constipation Is Growing sn ETL Dy CARTERS UTILE UVER PILLS tespotisiblethey sot only tinre they pcrtseay cure CeeUfa ties MiL iosiuseSt1fo- rlWeu E SkiI19IALt I WILL MAKE YOU- PROSPEROUS J see anbitice ir5s rJfznSir wbr wifl teh ce th Psi CUt cnImsIIsppolaioe5pcIai 7nepreMDtt1 of Oolllpul11I yoaltowJl tart In s profttbl buaInss ot rovhelp bJr ruatltrnJ =Tsr WMiivt We razWritsKATIOULIoOPERATIyE RUtTY lb IiJ U 5543IsrdeasfliatffasbIgton D jI BustedMany a man goes brokin HosIth then wealth Blames his mlndT says it dont work right but allibtime its iris owcls They dont work liver dead and the whole system gets clogged with poiscit Nothing kills good cleancut brain action lIke con stipation CAS CARETS will rUeve and cue Try it SOW 911 CAS CARETS 1a a box fora week seflin20IS WHAT WE CAN SE44 YOUOHANYUQQYS 1CartsCAI1l22 Ie SCHEUCO 400 Court and BrOadway CIRcJRMN OkIi A vacation essitythe KNOWN ThE WORLD OVER YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT IT We s County eiatln center of Rio Orsnde Valley enS ten Itt1on railroad canaizooqrt bones bank school brick business houseS t cople needed to build tts tresourcelrlcbenoQgh to niako yon etch Write for booklet B 1u1ck tupla Tsws1ts V5hz GREATEST ISW N UCINCINNATlj O 31 91o w T L 7 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDfESDA fAUGUST 3 90 f1II tEARAWCE SME fo000 worth of Goods at and below cost for cash only Frorn August 1 to 15We are OYerslocked and these Goods MustGo Come early and get your choice Grauulated Sugar 5 60 per 100 lbs Arbuckles Coffee 1412c package Regular Sale Price Price Baking Powder5c 4c Shoe PolishlOc Sc Bluing5c 3c Bromi5035eILampCanned LytlOc 7c H TomatoeslOeII Peaches15c 12c ooseCoffeel c 13c 20c 17c Salt per bbl 225190Soda Loose 3c 2c Package5c 3- cPostum25c 19c Oats iOe Sc Yeast Foam5 4c Wash Boa ds35 25c Ax Hand1e825c 1- 8cSpices5c 4- eCocoanutlOc S- cSalts5 3c starch 5c 4- cJellO10e Sc Thread 5c 4c- Packs 5c 4c Rice10c6cPutman TeaSOc 50c Camphor 5c 4c Va3eane5c3cSifterCoffee Mills50c 3Sc- Soaps all kinds 5c 7 cakes 2- 5cPins5c 3c Needles 5c 3- cSafetyPinR5c 3c Hooks and yes5c 3- cHairPins5c 3e Thimblesu 5c 3c Braid45cElastic c Sai Silk 00 Sc Combs15cilOcdOc 7c II 5c 4 Hose Support rs25c 19c IIJOc Be Pocket Books fc 4- cScizzors20c 38c 25c 19c Metis CoU rs10c 8c- i 15c 12c Ladles 25c16cWi- ndow Curtains75 50c II 5OC SSc Ladies HandkerchiefslOc 7c Mens lOc 7c 5c Sc 4Lies50c SSc H 25c lBe Suspeuders50e 38c 25c 1c Hose19cIlOc7cLadies lOc 7c Childrens HoselOe 7c Mens U derwear 25c 19c Ladies vStS lQc 7c FURNrrUR assortment SHOES SKIRTS HATS o- fCLOTHING SuitsI Some Bargains yardst WARE Gallon Buckets price ISCun12C lotIe 7c 5 artuf se3e iiJ2qtriishpahs I25C ItStrainers 6e Coffee lO- c2t HIse 1tW 7asFlaringTin Tqi Dippers credit any oMy BOOJ1R- We are havinR beautiful weather af ter so much Miss Maggie one to Emmett ridJau tittr were Springfield MOnday Eliza Her IS ill phdid f Butler the of Joe and family and Miss Ruby Boblitt Sunday in Mr James entertained the IY and grandChildren Elizabeth and et Pete family Ben Jerome and aid Lum family McCann wife children and Sweeney of were the guests of astweek- Joe Goatley family visited Joe Settle and farnDySqiclay and family father of NelSOIJ Alvin and guests pd wife unday National Chinese Costumes the national osumoofMoth officials and ordinary pee and ul re grades of costumes ShanghaiMeury I AU kinds at cost A large Dont fail to ask to see the About 4000 worth of Mens Ladies and ChUdrens Shoes at Cost and many pairs below cost Dont Miss Sale All new Stock except a few pairs About 25 Ladies Skirts at 25 per cent below cost Mens and Boys Hats A large lot at prices before heard About These SUits must be of price Be sure them they are We need the money and these ought to bring It Calicos SOoo hams 3000 7c Shirtings 1000 lu7cShirting Ginghams 7c Dress Goods 25c price cutto 435c 20c IIWe coL SSc u looa u i II 125UMens Shirts regular price 50 38c IThe 50c Ie U 75c TIN 2 Tint reg 20C j2cu U ni G1 lOc- I u 8e 72 34 Cups mc c- Q ai SC lOc lac 3 qt Pots i2OC H lOc- I 4 ISC 8e s 3 gal Pails ioc 7c lOC 5c rain Smith sold calf Settle Mrs Ben Pile COd very Ham Pile spent and Mrs Cull Mrs Mary Cull Cull Cull and Jim and John Mrs knd Pile wn with wife were bden are nine never sold tosee goner yds yds l5c- II 100 CASH ONLYbuysat Prices 125 60 f c n a y in t I a HAPPY john and family Sunday daught family and Mrs kins TLley and family last Tuesday and Wednesday heriath er J M Shields from Fruiay until Sunday anti thspop of Shields is some at this writing H HARDWARE A large lot of Screen Doors Pocket- Knives Knives Nails Hinges Door Fry Pans Smoothing Irons Padlocks diggers k s Tacks Axes Hatchets Bolts Screws Spoons 1vets etc all at co- stFRUIT JARS Economy Fruit Jarsa chance to get them cheap MASONS fRUIT JARS They will go fast Come All Goat Cost For Cash Produce Only Dry Hats and Caps Candie Shoe Tinware Queensware Hard ware Stationery Paints and Oils Food Flour Harness etc Sewing Machines ular 20 Machine12 50 IRe toIS H noo- We take produce the same as cash these sales There are of otherartide too numerous to mention to go at thls sale at cos- tA large lot of Buggy House P int- No Will Be Punch d Dur this 15 Day Sae Now the time to buy Paris Geen1 We have about 1900 lbs at the yer lwprice of 22c per pound Cash only these During this 15 day sale e offer our entire lot of bu gjes at anr extra price Buggies1O5115 Buggiessiooio-o Buggies9250Buggies 83 75 Buggies6865 Buggies We have just receiyed car load buggies If you buying you not to rnis great opportunit fc Remember this is strictly cashsale and no one will bs given on the above Drces- We have the goods need the mon You have it so bring it along and get thesy bargains These prices will last until August 15 Peterson Rice CO Texas Ky Lil1 shopping Miss with Th- rCharlie was guest Settle Saturday Nelson following recently Swee and 3J1d family daughter Cheatham Louisville rySeiey Ed Sunday her Louis JIiech county Rilev o- tBMile Regulations regarding bare duly complied dUferent lot This regardless before DIessGln t90c HOLLOW Armstrong spent and with their ers ErastusPer Griffey spent and family Walter Hanby spent withPopie Ollie near Polin Erastus better Table Locks Posthple For early or Goods Notipns Tobaccos Fruits Glassware Poultry nd Stock will at hundreds and Tickets iog is low 90 intend afford this of anp Saturday Mr with Crow and famiJy Miss Mallie IJohn Shields attended meeting at Sunday D P Casteel and wife attended meet at Willisburg Sunday and dined with the family of Erastus Perkins John Armstrong and wife Walter Hanby Myrtle Armstrong Ed Hanby and wife Elmer and Oolph Hanby nil attended meeting at Willisburg Sunday Inight Myrtle Armstrong spent 1 hurs- her sister Mrs El Hanby Prize Offers nom Leading Manufacturers Book on patents CCHints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the US Patent Office GREELEYM91NTIRE oPaENTATTORNEYSWASHINGTON D C0 H TrxAS and Mrs W T Phillips enter IMr a number oZ thdr friends Friday R L Purdom returned home from Friendship where he has been conducting a two weeks meeting Miss Hattie Arnold spent the last of the week with friends in Springfield W B Wilham and family of Hays yule spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here Mrs M K Dorsey has returned home from a Visit to friends in LOUIsville Master Hubert Murphy IS very ill of typhoid fever Jerume Wilson is improving after a severe attack ot fever Mr Rice and granddaughter Rose of New arket is the guest of N Rice Sam T Spalding and daughter Cor delia of Lebanon spent Friday at the home of J D Peterson C F Cocanougher and children spent Sunday with FranK Yankey and family at Sirnstown Aunt Eliza Kimberlin colored died at her home near here Saturday of blood poison Burnto the wifeof Jacob Peterson a girl Misses Hattie Arnold and Pearl Claw brooke spent Monday with friends In Springfield Saved from Awful Peril iI never felt so near my grave writes Lewis Chamblin vf Manchester trightIuldown tu 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that I am alive today is due stlely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now Iwigh 160 pounds and can worK hard Italso cured my four children of croup Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the most cer lain remedy for Ia grippe asthma des perate lung trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trIal bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson SUISORIBERS FREE COLUMN FOR RENT35 acres ot fine hay composed oforchard grass clover anJ tim andclcJlnApplyJr C H Perkins Rt 1 Valley Hill has for sale about 1000 bundles nice oats C Brady Rt3 has for sale 500 bushes of good seed Rye 1 per bushel Riley Comstock Rt j has for sale a sorghum milland evaporator Good as new will sell cheap Dr John DeBoe Rt 4 has for sale a nice 3 year old Buck Miss BettieDeBoe Rt 4 has for sale- S large Blue Geese J S lte dicks Rt has for sale two mare and cults or will trade for two good young horses one broke to work Kentucky fair Dates Danville AugUst 33 days Lexington August 56 days daysUniontown daysPerryvilleVanceburg Auirust 104 days itwrenceburg August 164 days daysBroadheadEwing August 17 4 days daysLondon ysErlanger daysFerndaysHardstown daysFlorenceMonticello September 63 days daysFalmouth September Constipation Cure Free With the first signs ofconstipa tion you resort to the home methods of relief such as hot or cold water on yourbreakfastwhen these fail aridpurgative throughirezuitigobut try something practical and sensible purpose iiDrguaranteed to be permanent In Its re suits Its Ingredients are such that by s bowelmuscleswork normally so that In the end you kindsThat sowillTo those who are still akeptical there Is a way to prove these assertions with yourname ItItonedollartlnue to use It for a brief time until cured The direction are simple and the tastedoesand these statements are guaranteed or money will be refunded centurymore druggists than any other similar remedy on the American market Because pleasanttastechildren women and old folks generally pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfree detaiLForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R5NCaltwen building Monticello Ill COmmissionersL SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky John H WIlliams Plaintiff vs Mary E Williams etc Defendants Equity By VIrtue of a judgment and order of iale of the Washingtn Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 In the above styled cause I shall proded to 1doorinMonday August 22 l9IO QeingCuntvbest bidder at public auction upOn a credit of one two and three years the follving drihed property towit The farm owned by the late Lev Williams cqmmonly knpwn as the Jim Hottoway plate located abOut one mile countyKypike and is bounded by the lands oft elate John Hardeaty James Ben ham SrtLem Chesser and W C Ed dleman This farm contains about 200 acres of fine land of which 75 to ltiO acres is strictly high erade tobacco land and has a first class residence a good stOck barn good new tobacco barn and all he outbuildings usually found on a first class farm We call attention to the fact that this place is especially well watered lymg as it does on the waters ot both Little Beech Fork and bytheday ot sale as per order of court Fpr the purchase pricethe purchaser Qr purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of preparedtoC F BOSLEYM C W C Commissioners SALEWishington Circuit Court Ky J C and C A Green Administrators of Sidney Green Plife- vs 4F Isham DeftEquit By virtue of a judgment and order ot sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 In the above styled cause for the sum of 56928 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day of January 1906 until and 5000 for the costs in this action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court H use door in Springfield Kyon Monday August 22 1910 at 2oclock p m or thereaboutbe ing county court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auctIon upon a credit bt 6 and 12 months the follow ing described pronerty towit A tract of Land lying in Washington WolfjenBranchlows On the North by the lands of John Burns and Lawson Cutsrner on Kiiiiberlinman and on the West by Gee Sparrow and is the same which was conveyed to J F Isham by deed of Hardin Isham of date the 22d of April 1905 and re corded In deed book No 51 page 345 in the office ot the Clerk of the Wash in ton County Court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearInglegalpaiJ and having the force andeiect of a Judgment a lien being retfined on reqUIredtoC F BOSLEYM C W CC Commissioners SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky Geo Cannon etc rlaintiffs vs Jonathan Cannon Defend nt1quity By virtue of a judgment arid order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in he above tyled cause I shall proceed to offer for sate at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on Monday August 22 910 at 2 oclockp m or thereaboutbe insr County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of twelvemonths the following described property towit THE CANNON PLACE IA small tract of Land in Washington LongRunyule turnpike about 2 mites from Tex as Ky Thisplice coratalns shout ten acres of land anti has a frame house of five or six rooms empil barn excellent garden good water etc For the purchase pride the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or surties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the torce and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W CC irIriIisWInIInwinhiaIwiIaa1llhflaTh h l Post 350 II U Nrald 325 Tb Bus and Court rTournal SLII dJln lm11 Commissioners SALE I i Washington Circuit court Ky f etcPlaintiffsDefendantsEqUltv By vIrtue of a judgment and rer of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in th above styled cause I shall proceed tJoffer for sale at the Court House in Springfield Ky on Monday AwgMst 22 1910- at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbe higbeStianda of one two and three years the fOllOWing described propelty towit JoeMattingly mIlesEastPleasantRunLloydHaydonMattinglv ONTAINING 139 ACRES 34 Poles This farm IS equipped with a large and substantial brick house good stockS and tobacco barns IS well fenced well watered and has the same soil that has made the farms lying along Pleasant soughtbyFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with apuroved security bearinglegalpaId and havIng the force and effect of preparedtoC F BOSLEY M C W C C Dr W F Trusty lPractical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices AU guarateed Office over Haydon Barber S D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident JOHN Y MAYES funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown flaldsoAte liRe of Caskets asd 11IriI11HL 1 Telephone Lay 11 Night 1 f DR M W HYATT OFFICE OvER r THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY oi OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 IlL 4to5pm- Dr J CMuddSPJU- NGFIELD KENTUCKY i orncl ovan DaI1G8TOUTi Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to 2PMI J tI LAMPTON M D SPRINGFlEIJ KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence N 38- To ii h SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice lB be courts of Waakingtos nd c01lDtlesln the of Appeals and Federal Courts 1l Wi D CLAYBROOKE ATrYATLAW Springfield Ky Wsahingtoasadpeals 4 MARSHALL DUNCAN iLAWYER Sprin field Ky Office izi Robertson Building Wasidngtosand SM CAMPBELL AUCTIO N UR Springfieid Ky specialtyWill o able Phone 84 N N PISSEL- LAUCTIONEER Lebanon Ky RtS i Crying of public sales a specimlty Cu cry sales anywhere cheaperthan the cheapest 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