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F mbt L It + I 7UU 2 r 41 DEVOtED TO THE fNTETs OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I tYI r c SPIliFIELD IY L WEDNESDAY AUGUST so1910 t J Jla lfl t 1 BURLEY TO BACCO SALE 10Burley Society to Display Sam pies of One Hundred and Twenty Million Pounds at Lexington Official announcement Thursday from the offices of the Burley Tobacco Society that tobacco making up the 1909 pool wm be offered for sale Tuesday August 16 conveys to the leaf manu facturers and to an army of growels ot White Burley the most important news t to be received since the sale of the crops in former pools of the society Tire offering consists of about one thundred and twenty million pounds and comes upon the market at a time when manufacturers are in dire need of supplies Stocks have be nso depleted that the prediction of possible suspen- siofl of operations in some quarters seemed warranted dIet Several groups of independents haveI been clamorous to buy that part tobacco that was stpsmdried but as this amounted to only about fifteen thousand hogsheads arid represented only those counties to which redryin plants were accessible the Executive Board deemed it unwise to put it upon the malkft Within the last month counties allover the district have speeded prizing and types have been hurried to Lexing ton for official grading Having tobacco from every section the board is now able to establish representaive grades and prices Itis given out that on August 16 at I oclock p m the Soci ety will be in a position to offer the en tire tobacco in pool or to consider the sale ot onlYa portion This sale will be from samples wear sng price tags and will be more like the special of some merchants than any sale of thbscco on record The auction feature wibe whoJi elithirted and competition will be unresthced by any influence that formerly may have oper ated The grower will lay out his wares each sample bearing the price in plain gures and the manufacturers of the Whole world can examine the goods here will be no cut prIces and if the goOQs suit hirp the purchaser can place ibis order The types will be displayed at the Central Tobacco Warehouse on South Limestone street Lexington the argest warehoUse of its kind in the world The Executive Board sent out notices yesterday to ePery tobacco manufactu Ter using White Burley inviting them to mspectthe samples on August 16 and the number of representatIves in Lexington on that date is expected to be the largest ever assembled at one sale Expert graders are deep m mountains of samples and the grades they make will be awarded prices next week If the manufacturers do not like the figures the society like everY merchant r jobber is prepared to hold every round on hand until the market comes to the prices Whether br not withinth objective of the board it cannot be dOubted that the sale will do much to place the 1910 pool beyond the peradventureQf failure Important farm Safe- Onlast r Monday W K Robertson C D Robertson John Collins and C H Montgomery purchased the old Basil Haydon farm in N lson county The farm contain 525 acres and the consideration was 15550 This IS the old hom lace of Basil Haydon the hermit who ad not left his home for forty years nor to his death Dandruff and Itching Scalp Yield to This Tredtment Why experiment trying to drive tne dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hairdressing when Leo Haydons Drug store will guarantee ZEMQ a clean antiseptic sanative preparation to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest and most efffctive treat ment for aU skin or scalp eruptions whether on infant Or grown person The first application will stop the itching and will ceanse and keep the scalp n a clean healthv condition Leo Hay dons Drug Store will refund your mon ey if you are not ntirely satisfied with results romr1e11a ofZEMO a TO LESSEN BANK TUEFTS Bankers ofAmergca to Take Ac Lion to Protect the Pwpes 1 Deposits in Banks When the Bankers Association f America convenes in Los Angeles short Ily steps will be taken to establish safeguards about banks which will prevent financial institutions from being looted in theiuture by unscruDulous offiials and mployes Following are some of the biggest hauls made in the last few years Edwin Wider cashier RussoChinese bank charged with thetheft of six hun dred thousand dOllars Qfficials ot Denver Savings Bank 17Ou000ST Lee Clarke Enterprise Bank of Pltlsburgl200OOO Henry Rieber paying teller John Young cashier F rmersNatlonal Bank lPittsburg 1105000 rAu ust Ropke Fidelity Trust Company Louis iIle 1140000 Oliver AI Douglas bookkeeper Trust Company of America 1300OOO C S Hixon bookkeeper U lOn Trust Company rittsburg 125000 Jt Howard cashier Utica Na tional Bank Nothing 115000Ilhe grand have been stolen from banks and trust companieS by officials and trusted em ployes in the past five years IS over 36323000 TEACUERS INSTITUTE NOW IN SEssioN A large Gathering Present and Much Interest Manifested in the Pfoceedings The WaShington County reachers Institute is in session this week at the High School building on East Main St The Institute this year Is better atten ded than It has been for years practically every teacher m the county having rep rted Prof Gee W Colin is conducting the Institute while Supt JA W Bush is Chairman A number of interesting talks have been made by- diffre t teachers and by vIsitors Last night at the Baptist church an open session was held which proved very en joyable as the muise was excellent and splendid addresses were delivered by Prof Colvin anct J S McElroy Jr ST ROSE CHURCH restival of SI Dominic at St Rose Last Sunday High Mass Was Celebrated The solemnity of the fodtival of St Dommic the founder oft e Orller of Preachers was celebrated last Sunday at St Rose hurch Solemn high mass was sung by Rev J B Hegarty O P of Holy Rosary chqrch Minneapolis as celebrant Revs H A McGJellan as deacon and J P Egan O P as sub deacon The panegyric on the saint was delivered by ReYMP OSullivan 0- p There was special musIc for the occasion and the large congregation en joyed the musical renditionof Farmers mass by Miss Came the organist and the choir of St Rose church The forty hours devotion in honor of the Tepository of the sacred body of our Lord Jesus hrist in the sepulcher af CalvaryIwill begin at St Rose church at 730 oclock Mass on next Sunday ThIs devotion is so arranged that each year every parish of the diocese ot Louis yule has its own date m WhiCh the faith ful are given an opportunity in their own parish church for itspractice The date is given to St Rose church for next Sunday Aug 14 Wont Need a CrutchI When editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N CbrUisedI his leg badly it started an uszly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthlesg Then Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prornptand sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25 It Ha don Hobertsonf UNIFORMITY IN RURAL Cll OLS Tuition tobe Placed on Uniform Basis lhroughout th State of Kentucky The Rural schools of Kentucky are to be placed on a uniform basIs and the courses ofstudy will be the same in ev ery school in the State This was de terrtined upon July 10th ata meeting ofthe State Board of Education It was also determined to have a uniform certificate or diploma for the high schools elf the state and all diplomas m the future will be issued by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction instea1of by the county authorIties The high schools have been standard ized but no provision has been made tot issuing diplomas to the ciunty high schcol graduates Tins was covered by theaction and the cunty high BeboolIgraduates will get the same as graduates 01 any other high schools The action of the board ofeducatiori in adopting a uniform course of study for the rural schools was the most import ant innovation in some time as it means that the schools of the State will teach the same thing no matter whether the PikeIBROUGHTI r Against the Bondsmen of Sheriff Linke for lriminal Negligence in Permitting the Lynch Iing of ltherington Newark 0 Aug 8George Bohon of Harrodsburg Ky arrived in the city shortly before noon today and was m consultation with the County Gom missioners foran hour trYing to effect some settlement regarding the payment of the 5090 due the prents of Carl Etherrngton who was lynched hereon the night of July 8 No conclusions were reached in the matter and Mr Bo hon left at2 oclock tor Danville Ky Before leaving he stated that he had instructed his attorney Mr Crawford of Cincinnati to begin suit immed iately against the bondsmen of exShe riff William Linke to recover 40000 as damages for crlmimal negligence in allowing the mob to get Etherin Attorney Crawford is the mantonIappeared in the cases of Jackson icho werehangedseveralyears ago for the murder of Pearl Bryan near Fort Thomas Ky Mr Bohen stated that Mr Crawford would not leave 8 stone unturned to get the amount named Mr Bohen has no money interest in the case whatever and says that ifhe is successful in getting a decision the proceeds shall all be turned over to the parents of the dead man fAIR VIEW J Mr and Mrs Clayton Wofford of Litsey spent Sunday and Sunday night with the latters parents Mr and Mrs F M Carney Ben Hardesty and family and James Cheser spent Saturday night and Sun day with theIr aunt Mrs J W Hays Rev Olus Hamilton and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J N H Oliver Protracted meeting began at Now Hope Sunday night conducted by Rev Hamilton On the 5th of August 1910 Mrs Fannie Hardesty celebrated her 81st birthday aU of her children and grand ehildrn being present as follows Mrs Mollie Williams children and grand childrenMs Mattie Bayne and son Mrs Sarah Hays children and grandchildren Mr Jag Hardpsty children and grandchildren and other friends J K Snider and Wife Walter Scott Miss Lulu Moore George Moul Miss Mollie Hines Mrs J C Stevenson and Rev Jackson which made 40 m all The dinner which was excellent and most attentively served was much enjoyed by all after which tje evening was spEnt in singing and prayer and readipg- of the scriptures All spent a pleasant day and hope that she may live to enjoy many more such birthdays In buying cough medicine dont be afraid to get Chamberlains Cough Rem edy There is no danger from it ajd relief is sure to follow Especially recommended for coughs colds and whoop lug cough Sold by aU druggists t KENTUCKY CROP REPORTS favorable Reports as to Wheat andlorn Generally the Con dition of Tob d A contemporary says Cmmissioher Rankin ot the tKen ucky Department ot Agriculture has been making an ef fort to compile the acreage of the prin cipal crops in the State but the reports he has received are too scattering and possibleIcrop rep there Is nO special note of discourage ment except with regard to tobacco Most of the countIes say that the condi tion of tobacco IS not good Afew re port favorably with refelence to aU growing crops Fruit it seems is abundant than anyone had moreI expect after the storms and severe weather that prevailed last spring The county reports vary greatly and the es timates range anywhere from 25 pr cent to 95 per cent Of the normal pro duction Most of them however are 95I as to rams in some places amounting HeavyI bursts have caused muchdama crops but wheat IS tpiping out better than wasartticipated t the beginning of the harvest and the condition of corn in mbst of the counties reported good The rettlrns as to oats rabgejroni medium to good and the same may be said of potatoes While the reports to the Commissioner to not coyer half the counties in the State and while some of them are disappointingly meager in details their general trend is not unfavorable There stems to be nothing in the present situ ation to cause Rentucky farmers to throw up their hands itl despair over a possible shortage in the staple crops It inuBtbe remembered that crops are wondtrfully recuperative ASTARTLING DEPARTURE J Women et 300 Per Day in the Harvest fields of Neb Men Too Lazy to Work Many hundredsof women gathering the harvest around Neb They were lured to the BeatriceI the offer of board and three kImghaditoIS crop a and when waiting to be servedcas struck with the idea of blddint for the waitreSses for harvesters He offered them 3 a day and every waitress threw aside her apron and went to the farm They did such efficient work that other farmers sought women and drew school teachers stenographers and college girls as well Sad Death ofa Child Carl Sewefl age i 15 months died at the home ot his grandfather James Bowles last Friday night and was bur PurIIlittle childs death occurred under pl cJlinr circumstances Hc had been playing with a bottle of pills and havzrg broken the bottle ateja number of the pills from which accdrding tothe pfW sicians his death resUlted It IS also probuble that he swallowed the neckof the bottle as It was never found Theeditors of the Cadiz Record and the Calloway COunty Gazette appear to be passing the time away by fanning themselves and passing warm weather complinlints unon each other This is how the Gazette man sizes up his con temporary The yarnsockvillain who editS at the CadIz Record has gong out ot his way to call the editor of the Ga zette an acprngutted ape We shall be out of this city Sunday as we have to step over to Cadiz and kill a man On duty Mon l g as usual 9j THE COUNTRY NEWSPAPERCo- nstantly Reaches Out forGood Regardless of Any ClassIs the Peoples Best friend greatestIothers to see and do things has no equalI It builds roads it improves sustains towns and villages It improves social circles alld it supports material advancement In fact it enters into countryIwork writes Aaron D States editor of the Lamar Mo RepublicanSentinel The power ot this age is the country newspaper It goes into the quet of corntIt IS indeed a public bene factor a progenitor of all good and use ful measures therefore about the best friend of the race It places humanity in one school and gives to each member equal rights with the other It is not a respecter of persons it goes int the hover and the modern home and It car ries the same message to all As the years deepen into the centuries its in fluence grows stronger and its appreci ation is extended Every year brings a needed change a decided Improvement AU classes look to It for information forsuggestion and for publicky Corporations know of its worth nil classe of business seek its suppo t and all conditions of humanity come to it for aid The country press will never die Its columns may be abused they may carry messages that are woruifess and ineffective for good yet tl time is fast approaching when the ideal country journal will begin its history The time is alreadyheie when the people are asking for better things and the careful journal is meeting their demkndsand profiting by their requests Let the good work go on until the en tire country press will stand for every uplifting measure and for the prmci pies and ideas that go for the better ment of the racebetter homes a bet tercountry m which to live and strong unit of brotherhood SUNBEAMS Ifyou cant make good make room for the man who can Many a business would get along bet terwithout the man at the head per hapsbut the man who has the courage t tell him so may not have the ability to take hIs place Many a Qongreasman who had his finger nails manicured regularly during the session is pounding them with the hammer todayiixirig up his polltLmj tencesIThe man who wrote Anticipation is better than realization must have just gotten back from his vacation Many a feller dont carve his name on the scroll of fame cause hes areared the teacherll call him down fer muti latin the furniture IThe back tothefarm movement gits third speed about the middle of Augustespecially ef the city folks have relatives on th farm Aunt Jinny Millers recipe for preserving p aches without sinno dangerous- drug is to hide the Jars under the box of soap in the closet ITh crop of Ill teU youhowtorun- idlers from townis up to expectations this year anVhow A womans idea of a good husband is one who does all the kind things her nefghbors husbands do and a few more Loves Menu Shy glances IntroductIOn Commonplace remarks Inquiries about bopks Reading poetry together Veiled sentiments or love shful expressions of approval Moonlight Brief handclasps Passionate Pleadings Soulful cighings Promise asked Whisper cfyes- f Kisses Kisses Kisses Quarrel Kisses The Springfield Sun S100 per year The sun and CourierJournal L5L- a i GRATUITOUS I ADVICE To the Young Very Young M Who Has Taken Ills Life II Ills Own Hands and Es r says a Pullman Car To the young man who is planning te pass a night for the firsttimeirasl pi ing car a few general suggesbons may be given For six months preceding your trip practice removing your clothes whiT lying on your back oh the floor beneatb your bed Also practice putting on Ute various articles of your apparel while standing on the aek of your head and your heels You lvJ1I find this to be not only splendid exercise but also very amusing If you have Ii wendeveloped sense of humor Try coaxing your shirt beneath your waIstband while you aa sume the sh ipe of a rainbow wIth YOU stomach touching the slats of your bed and your head and heels digging into the caiet Owing to the peculiar pro perties of the law of gravitation yo will find this an instructive experiment Now you are ready to start Approach the train carelessly give your grips to the porter saunter into the car and pick out your section with a tilase air If the new Pullman rates are in effect will notice tnat if you contracted foraB upper berth it is apreciablylower thaa the lower berth which is higher than the higher berth That is to say the higher berth is not so high as the lower bertft while the lower berth is much higher than the lower berth which i higher than the higher berth and bUt perhaps it is justas well to leaVA ycMi to settle this matter with the conductor It is a mere detaIl anyway Whats that Why you need not dress in the toilet room of the car You cant It will be full of a fat man witi soap behind his ears Htf back will block the doorway while he tries to take a bath tn the hand basin- No the fat man is not requIred uride the interstate commerce law He IS a natural phenomenon and cannot bes eI i stepped or otherwise avoidedChicagf News A RELIGIOUS KIND OFA DOGS Recognizes the Sound of a Particular T Church Bell and Reg ularly Attends Services Som days ago the Advocate printed a story 1b pious dog owned bv Depity Sheriff R U Bruce of thucity The caning strayed from home ifild waS absent several days He had bCe in the habit of attending church and had evidently been waiting around the edifiCe several day expecting services to be gin One Sunday morning he bounded iu the door and rushed to the pew 0c cupied by his master He lad heard his Masters Voice while the singing was goingon ana detected it from a11 he rest Mr Jruce today received the folowing communication frrim Miss Carrie Bruce Fields of Marksyille- Avoyelles Parish Louisiana cl read of your intelligent dog in the Daily Dan yule Advocate My sister also has one his name is TIp and he is known in town as thQ religious dog He has attended church regularly for thirteen years He also attends prayer meeting and Sabbath school When they have aChrist mas tree his namq is called and tie re ceives a present for attendance Other church bells may ring but he does not notice them yet at the first tip of the Methodist bell he starts off m a trot te the church He readily detects the sOQnd of this bell So you see you are not tb f only owner of a pious dog Advocde Secure a Certificate J TfiI Under the law the Western Nfmilt has the rower to ISsue the ELEMENT ARY CEkTIFICATE the INTERMEg IMATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle thehokl ers to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life re spectively without further examinatios Information as to the amount of wodtilf reqnred for each certificate will nished when desired Fall session o Sept 6 1910 Address H li Cherry t President Western NorrnalBpwIiaj t Green1Ky t o t J f easaasrv The Springfield Sun H L SMITH Editor and Publisher SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY tNice and cool to flght flies Weather jokes are bound to be dt Do you think the weather man Is playing to the gallerIes Meanwhile remember that thaN always some hottAr place fSI Do not argue with the contagion itspreading house fly Swat hint Doing nothing has been defined to ha lookeron at a game of checkers Drownings aro increasing In direct manity proportion to the carelessness of Jlu It does not necessarily help any to pt cold feet during thi4 sort of Weather You will enjoy your own outing better it you help others who are less able to get onef A man has reached the limit of oredom when he ceases to laugh at his own witty remark An airship that goes only 3t mllea all hour will not make much oY an appeal to the joy rider And after the confounded potatoes get up every blessed cutworm turns lath a blooming potato bug A St LouIs man claims that he never had to swing on a car strap A circus has an armless wonder too Anyway that baseball player who whUe eating stabbed himself In the arm with table fork had a wretched itellvery The Cincinnati woman v ho says he wlll not rest until kIssing has een abandoned has a weary time be Yore her Anyway the aeroplano has pmt an 1nd to the plaint of the mollycoddle who was always sighing for the wingS ot a dove Weve known amateur gardeners who saved an unbelievable amount of money by buying their truck at the grocery store A 15 ton shark has been captured near Seattle The people are In luck that it did not scramble ashore and proceed to run for office It costs 50 to ride 300 miles In the Zeppelin airship It Is hoped how ever that competition may eventually bring about ti lowering ot the rates atCHammOndsport N Y It s gravely an pounced that the aeroplane Is not good as a nn killer in war Who cares It was not until the Inventor of the Jhop skirt was eightythree years old that he died How long must we walt for news from the Inventor ot the hobble skirt Cities that are disappointed because ot the census returns should reflect that Uncle Sam Is as much Interested In making a good showing as any par t3eular community possibly can be English nobleman announces that he- la willing to marry a beautiful and wealthy American girl For once the biE unmarried male American maJor- ity can sympathize with the British peerage If American heiresses who marry poor Englishmen of title are to be given the cold shoulder by the Court of St James the circle of mourners In this country and Great Britain wlll- Jte very small Mulone notorious Sicili brigand that name sounds Queerhas been sentenced in Perugia to 144 years prlsonment It may be mentioned that Signor Mulone was tried in his ab sence not having been seen since he f escaped from his captors in 1906 Thus the exemplary sentence while proba bly pleasing the authorUles does not hurt the signor The unsinkable ship may be a long wAy off but she will appear some day and then such items as that which chronicled the drowning of a captain and eight men by the sinking ot the steamer La Rocblle in the English channel as a result of collision by which she was almost cut in two The modern passenger steamer can be cut in two and floated as two pieces r sad jt ought to be PissiNe to so con struct ships that they will stay afloat even when severed In twain by the surgery of accident More earthquakes have been record ed at Washington but they attract little attention now that Halley comet has proved an alibi Germany Is to have IndestructiblA aerial warships From earthmodern progress moved the locality of battles to the sea and now it is to be moved ithence to the air It Is characteristic iIltBu perversity of human nature that the trst thought Of the practical adap- cation of mans victory over there- I sources of nature should be to use tbit rktptp for the destruction of mar x FIFTY Climax of Templars Conclave in Chicago iTRIENNIAL A BIG SUCCESS Acting Grand Master Mellsh In Command and Noted Masons From Different Parts of the World Present ChlcagoFifty thousand Knights Templar garbed in the handsome uniform of the order wearing its glitter Ing jewels and carrying drawn swords marched through elaborately decor ated streets of Chicago Tuesday Aug 9 passing beneath great arches and before a reviewing stand four blocks long crowded with the leading om dials of the order and the wives and families of the sir knights Fortytwo- brass bands made music for the marchers and aU along the route were cheered by the thousands of people who had assembled to witness the spectacle This magnificent parade was the climax In a spectacular way of the thirtyfirst triennial conclave of Knights Templar which opened here on Sunday Aug 7 In accor lance wlui the time honored custom of the grand encampment the doings of the week began with divine service Begin With Divine Service The sfr knights selected Orchestra hall for this purpose and entirely filled the body of that hall to listen to a H MASTER sermon on Templarlsm delivered by Rev Dr George H MacAdam of Madison Vis in the absence of Sir Knight George C Rafter of Cheyenne Wyo very eminent grand prelate of the grand encampment The music was in charge ot thegrand organist of the grand comm ncJery of Illinois the choir consisting of several male quar tets belonging to the order in this state Monday was devoted mainly to the receiving of the grand and subordinate commanderles and escorting them to CuByioooooand that about 800000 other excur- slonists have flocked to the city this week in consequence of the conclave Of course every hoteJ was and thousands of the visitors found in private residences On Monday aU the local openhouseters and many of the visitors found theirs way to the various amusement parks and the theaters Parade of The The grand parade of Tuesday was the largest parade of Knights ever eld The preparations were elaborate and Michigan boulevard was most elaborately decorated The sir knights formed In line of march on the boulevard south of Thlrtyfirst givenbyqetachment for the purpose being composed of Knights Templar aU of batteryTheto the grandmaster Marching northward In Michigan boulevard the parade passed near Hubbard court beneath an entrance arch built In the form of an ancient- lfattle nent with its towers and tur rets This was intended to represent the to the city and as the passed under It buglers stationed on its heights heralded the ap proach of each grand divlslonA ortbat 0 length and this needed no decora dons for it was filled to Its capacity malnly with ladies whose beautiful summer costumes made it like a vast garden About 60000 persons were In this immense stand as at Its center was a gorgeous throne on which sat the acting grandmaster William Bromwell Melish of Cincinnati who became head of the order on the re cent death of Grand Master Henry W Rugg of Providence R I Mr MeUsh will be regularly elected grand master before the close of the conclave Just north of the Art Institute the parade passed before another review Ing stand in which were Mayor Busso the city council and the park commissioners Beautiful Templar Way At Washington street the marchers turned west to state where they entered OJ the Templar Way This stretch extended from Randolph to Van Buren street and wasmade beautiful by a handsome arch and massive Corinthian columns of pure white erected thtrtythree feet apart on both sides of the street Festoons of natur al laurel connecte the columns and the bright red cr ss and the shield and coat ot arms f the order were prominent In the scheme of decora tiontiMoving south to Jackson boulevard the knights again turned west ant near the federal building passed be fore yet another reviewing stand which accommodated Governor Deneen and his staff Marching north on La Salle street the parade passed be neath the grand ommandery arch of pure white which span ed the street at the La Salle hotel th headquarters of the grand command ry of Illinois This was a beautiful structure designed by one of Chicagos most famous sculptors Upon its top stoocz the figures of knights four teen feet high mountfd new city hall on Washington parade was WILLIAM BMELI ACTING GRAND thronged quarters evening Knights Templar entrance column i dismissed after marching fortythree blocks EntrrncingScenes at Night sc ne the streets at night was especially beautiful for aU the arches festoons mid columns of the decorative scheme were brilliantly fl- lumlnated And on State street in addition to the Templar Way the mer chants had put up decorations that transformed tho great shopping district Into a veritable fairy land Undoubtedly the most spectacular feature of the night display was the won rful electric set piece erected in G ant park on the lake front re prod ding in colossal size the official emblem or badge of the conclave it was 150 feet high and its 6000 power ful electric lights of varied colors brilliantly illuminated all that part of the city To provide added amusement for the visitors a big aeroplane meeting was started on Monday under the auspices of the Aero Club of Illinois and the Illinois Athletic clubs Marathon swimming ra oln the Chicago river was set for Aug 13 the closing day of the conclave Much of success of the conclave must be attributed to the efforts of John D Cleveland grand commander of Illinois and president of the tri ennial executive committee Arthur MacArthur of Troy N Y is the very eminent grand generalissimo of the srailll encampment and W Frank Pierce of San FrancIsco the grand captain general Among the most notcl of the visit- Ing masons from other lands are The Right lion the Earl of Euston pro grand master of the great priory of England and Wales the Lord Alhlllm- nej past great constable Thomas FrAser great marshal R Newton Crime past great herald F C Van Duzer past great standard bearer H J Homer acting grand master banner bearer John Fergueson ptst pre- fceptoL ngland and Vales and tiw Right lIon Luther D Archibald most eminent grand master of the great priory ot Canada and ofI1plal stdrf- 1 IIIiTHE COMMONWEALTH 1 W HEROIC STAtUE OF LINCOLN GIFT QF J B SPEED WILL BE SET UP IN ROTUNDA OF NEW CAPITOL Sculptor Who Modeled the Lincoln Monument at Hodgenville Has Been Commissioned to COn plete Work by Oct 11911 Frankfort KyBy October 191ia statue of Abraham Lincoln the gift of J B Speed of Louisville will be capitolmunication with Mr Speed for several weeks but n thing was given out until the contract for the statue was let It was awarded toA A Weinman- of New York who modeled the Lincoln monument at Hodgenville It will cost 15000 and will be of heroic size made of bronze Gov Willson wanted a monument of Lincoln for the capitol but he wanted the best that could be made He sug gested the matter to some of his friends In Louisville and Mr Speed heard of It He decided to present the state with a monument to Lincoln that would be worthy a place In the handsome capitol He talked to the governor about it and decided to pre seIit the state with a monument cost ing 15000 The statue has not been formally accepted by the capitol commission but they have all expressed the selve s as delighted with the Idea of getting the monument Under the contract the statue is to be completed by October 1 1911 just before Goy WlUson goes out of office ll ir Wein mar will come tdFrankfort and look at the proposed location for the statue willdlsoconsultIng the size of the statue and the pedestal on which it rests It ki de tired to have a statue that will be large enough to be looked at from be low but which will also loot wen on a level with it as it will be seen from the second floor of the building Mr Weinman promises to have even a better statue than the one of Liu coIn In HodgenvIlle When the statue- is In place here it wlll be dedicated isIin Frankfort at that time NAMES PRESS DAY Officers of State Fair Write to KP A of Plans Richmond KyEditor A D Miller this city president of the Kentucky Press association is in receipt ot a letter from the officers of the Ken tticky State Fair association of Louisville advising him that Thursday September lo had been set aside as Press day and Good Roads day and that he had been selected as chairman Of the press committee to arrange the program for that day and for him to select 25 other newspaper men throughout the state to serve and assist him on the committee Those whom he has named are 1 H Ficl es RIchmond Desha Breck inridge Lexington Louis Landrum Danville Harry McCarty Nicholas yule M A Thompson Georgetown Wallace Brown Dardstown L c uflrell Owen ton Chas Metcalfe- Pineville W J Denhardt Bowling Green Jas Allen Cynthina E A Gullion New Castle T C Under wood HopklnsiUe lifarry Sommers ElIzabethtown L W Gaines Tiren on G F Friel Ashland D T Peake Bedford Paul Moore Earlington- Jrey Woodson Owensboro Green Kel 1er Carlisle W S Downtaine War taw Lewis K ChapmauCatlettsburg- D M Duncan Brandenburg John D cabbage CloverQrt C C Howard Hodgenv1l1e and B B Coziene Shel- oyville LOWLANDS ARE LAKES Live Stock and Buildings Carried to Destru Raging Waters owensb6ro KyFrom reports re ceived In Owensboro from the storm stricken counties of the Green rIver distrIct the estimate on the amount of damage made earlier was tar too conservative The crops on farms have been wiped entirely away and horses cows hogs sheep mules and buildings have been carried to destruction by the sweep ot the raging waters increasing every hour Iin volume and velocity MOB WAS FOILED Greenup KyChas tusk charged with criminal attack on Beulah Ham ilton 12 was sUpped out of jail here by the officials and taken to Grayson Ky to avoid a lynching by athreaten Ing mob from the town of Russell Lusk was brought back here from Grayson for examining trial before Judge Womack and the case was continued until August 2 The drend ant has a family of eight children and always was considered one of RuscoUs best citizens I The Commonwealth I FrankfortThe board of agricul cure forestry and Immigration will meet In Louisville to consider mat- t rs connected wIth the state fair Only routine work will be considered FrankfortFour prisoners William Turpin Ben Carey Jake Breel and Taddy Sheets tried to escape from jail Jailer Lucas found they had nearly sawed their way out of the steel cage Frankfort Frankfort is threatened with an epidemic of typhoid fever Thlrtyfour patients are down with the dIsease The physicians are hunt ing the source and think it comesI milkFrankfortSenator Conn Linn of Murray resigned as a member of the board of regents of the Western Ken tacky normal school The resignation is effective September 1 No successor has been appointe- dWhitesburgMrs Edward Seals 48 formerly of this Letcher county a member of the Cook family of Rock house died at Norton Va east ot hereafter a brief illness of scarlet fever She leaves a husband and sev eral children Srlepherdsvi11eIn two weeks the BulIltt county fair beginS and the greatest exhibition of stock and farm Products of the fairS history Is looked for A day has been set aside for Louisville when a recordbreaking crowd Is looked for Lebanon =Urla lMyers a wealthy business man of this section died at Elizabeth hospital here Ten days ago he underwent an operation hIs left leg being amputated at the hip caused by cancer o the bone For some time he had b n a merchant at MitchellsburgMt Thomas Fox 27 son of G To Fox fell into the water at the Gatewood pond while watching boys seine and expired It is believed he Was attacked with heart trouble as he stepped into the cold water He was quickly taken out but nothing could be done for him RichmondWhen a section of seats collapsed during a performance of John Robinsons circus here five persons were seriously hurt and scores of others scratched and bruised The fallen section contained more than 20rl people aI1Jllt is nothing short of miraculous that some were not killed OwensboroEugene E Poole a young man serving a ninemonths sen tence in the county jail on the charge of having robbed the mans while a mall clerk on the train between Hop kinsville and Nashville made an ef fort to end his life in his cell by tanc tag six powerful headache tablets MaysvilleLieut Gov William H Cox who has been confined to his home and bed here for the past three hopestointerests GOY Cox Is however very weak and It will be some time before hehas regained his vigorous health FrankfortArthur Hopkins ot Louisville state revenue agent filed s itln the Franklin court to collect the corporation license tax from the Standard Sanitary Co capitalized at 7500000 the Bai tlst Book Concern capitalized at 60000 and the National Ice Cream Co capitalized at 100000 The alleged amount of taxes due Is fixed at about 300- 0NicheasvilleMr and Mrs Chas Burgin received a telegram stating that their oldest son Milton Elliot Burgin of Company M Thirteenth United States infantry was killed In a wreck at Tuscoe Mont He was about 23 years old and enlisted nearly four years ago His parents were joy homeconrllugLondon Clarence J Sipple who has been doing a wholesale and retail business in grain feed groceries lumber buggies wagons etc under the name of the Laurel Feed Co and also running an ice cream factory livery and training stable has been adjudged a bankrupt orders to that effect hav ing been entered In the office of the clerk of the United States district court here- Frankfort Pursuant to the call of Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin the lIve stock sanitary board met here and decided to Institute a school lOT the county live stock inspectors at th state fair in Louisville this year Tht inspectors wm be lectured bY experts from he national government and the state niversity Another letter was sent to the county judges urging them to help pay for the lectures LexingtonA V Combs a gauget In the internal revenue service and Florence Mooney Combs his wife were divorced by the circuit court The custOdy of their 10yearold son was given to Miss Carrie Mooney an aunt of Mrs Combs and to Mrs Shields the mother of Combs for stated periods alto nately The case- has been in court for about a year anl many sensational allegations werE made on both side- sLouisvilleUnited States Senator W O Bardley has announced the appointment of Jonathan Duff Reed Jr as principal for midshipman at the Annapolis Naval academy and Ed ward Boland Parker as alternate Both of the young men are resident of Louisville PaducahJoe Purchase former city jailer and Henry Bailey former cap tats of police have been appointed HopkinRvl11ebyof Paducali They left to assume their new duties rr Sjs its hang assumed hIs duties WANTS IIER LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis nUIwas s great Itlfferet from female troubles which caused weakness and broken down condition of the system read 10- muchofwbtLIdla E Vet Compoundhad suffering women felt sure it would help me andlmuat it did help me wonderfully lrpains all left me rew stronger and WithIn three months womanIpublic td thaw the benefit women may derivs VegetableCompoundMrs 2115 Second St North MinneapoIIJ Minn Thousands of unsolicited and gems rovetheVe etakle Compound which is made exclusively from roots and herbs Women who suffer from those dIi houknotthe abilitj of Lydia E Pinkham torestorethe1Jhealth Ifyou want advice writer to Mrs Pinkliam at Lynn ManShewlll treat your letterasstrictIy sheLasthis free of DontIhesitateWrlteatonce Quantity and Qualit- yTeacherW1l1Iehave you ww pered today without permission WillieYes wuns- tTeacherJohnnie should Willie have said wunst Johnnie triumphantlyNo maam he should have said twIst Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle ot- CASTORIAa safeand sure remedy for infants and children and see that it Bears the- Signature of a I I I II a In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought SHOULD HAVE BEEN BUSY s LvOld LadYWhat are you crying about my little mangy XldNothln Old LadYNothlnI KidYes Me teacher ast me what I was dolu an I old her nothin and she Said I ought lbeen doin umtl1- inan give ine a lickin The Ready TheoristfYou see explained the scientist house LAeS are dangerous becaUSe they carry germs on their feet UAh exclaimed the ready theorist then the remedy Is simple All you need to do is to make them wear overshoes and leave them on the porch when they come i- nHungry LittleFolks find delightful satisfaction in a bowl of toothsome Post ToastlesWhen lunch this wholesome nour ishing food is always ready to serve right from the package wit1 cooking and saves many steps for mother Let the youngters have Post Toastiessuperb sum mer food The MemoryLinssrs Ptum Cereal Co uitedB- attleCreek MktA- w iI tTPUS- s fQurtuLTfM AWr GHtpq fl ttl Jh URING the lust week in February 1910 the Cuban National Horticultu ral society an organization the mem bership of which is almost exclusively American and Canadian held its fourth annual meeting in Havana In connection a horticultural show was open among the exhibits were citrus fruits from every section of the island The fruits were large Juicy clean thinskinned heavy beautifully colored and delicious in flavor Flor- Ida had sent across grape fruit and oranges from famous orchards of the peninsular state to facilitate invidious comparl son and the comparison when made spowed that qualityCitrusfruit culture Is the principal Interest throughoutCubacitrus fruits save pineapplesthe grape fruit arid orange groves belong to the Englishspeaking thebusinesssometimesyearsTheirupon growing nothing but grape fruit and or anges even In regions where other crops would fassuredly have proven more immediately profitable if not the better investment in the long run Caneslianafruits In the heart of Vuelta Abajo and in other parts of Pinardel Rio province on lands that might be made to produce tobacco of the qualities which tavo made western cuba famous the world around for this one crop were the owners willing to cooperate with Cubans on the par tldario system accord Ing tp which the new comer furnishes therequisite capital and the native furnishes the skill no less necessary to success in the deli cate undertaking It is a notable fact that few Americans or Canadians who themselves do the 4ictual work in their to ClROYE or YQlyO JEyOA Tc3 fcaeco fields have Sound this crop profitable There are tricks in the trade of which Cubans sire masters especially those persons whose Yam tUes have for generations out of mind engaged in tobacco culture entirely They seem to be pos Jessed of an Intuition which enables them to bandla the seedling the plant and the leaf when germinating when maturing and especial y when curing in a manner to insure a better outcome than any foreigner is likely to compass To grow the very best tobacco requires capital The venture is a gamble the result of which however is known in a single season If the planter wins toe probably rakes in big money If he loses rat least It takes him only months not years to find It out In the Isle of Pines which was formerly a cattle and hog country producing especially val uable draft oxen for sale in Cuba proper Amen can citrusfruit growers consume large quantities of canned condensed milk at high prices as well as large amounts of canned meats and vegetables despite the fact that some good pasturage exists while still more could doubtless be planted and the further fact that fine vegetables In remark ably large variety can be grown along the river banks or really almost anywhere else where Irrigation Is possible Th y also Import hay and feed at ridiculous cost All this into a region where corn at least can be grown and large herds used to find themselves in central but most particularly in eastern Cuba Americans arid Canadians are developing Droves In lands admirably adapted to sugar cane which is a quick certain and profitable crop sold either In the field or cut and delivered wherever there Is a mill near enough to buy up the cane They are growing their trees on sites natives would assuredly prefer for coffee and cacao or mote wisely for the numerous Indigenous crops names boniatos etc for which there is con stant and remunerative demand American and Canadian settlers In Cubit In eluding the Isle of Pinos are citrusfruit mad In Pinar del Rio In the Inle of Pines and in central and eastern Cuba there is nevertheless In their madness so much method plus grit and utter in agalnstthatceed regardless Money time and hardship are to them no object at all mostterttieamong the foothills and in the Organs them selves rich valleys unfortunately some of the choicest almost Inaccessible There Is gopd landaIway along the streams end arable lie as are to be found here and there every when Also here and there and everywhere t I WA1ER fOi i1 rt IVI CITRUS fRU1T JJ7Ai4SlL OF PIhEtS there are wornout fields sun baked through years which wear however tote inexpert oriced eye the aspect of virgin though lightly woojled or sa vannah lands e are also other sections des late palm barrenswhere no man save the sort who purchase real es tate sight unseen would think of attempting to grow anything There are too south of the mountain range cn the plain which drops gradually from Its skirts to the Caribbean sea certain sandy graven reaches door In plant food It is here however with proper fertilization land care that growers are developing orange land grapefruit groves ThesE ands will produce the tress If food io support them is supplied n the shape of fer llllzer an the trees will bear citrus fruit of the verrbest qUaut VTirht co nrpd weighty full of juice I closed in smooth thin rttd No fair minded person can longer doubt thfet they will do so after seeing fruit of the quality which growers located at Taco Taco exhibited at the latest horticultural show in Havana Theme gen tlemen had however the mjn y to keep their trees properly nourished Many others who have to succeed as they are jsuceeding that failure to the fact that they did not the money to do as much for their groves Some land companies doing business west ern Cuba deny overtly or by implication hail fertilization is necessary but no prospeC wner of a cltrtisfruit grove in western Cuba not to include In his estimate of ex the cost of fertilizing early and often trf amounts properly augmented as years pass Fertilizers in general use in the groves of the region mentioned cost on a fair average about 45 a ton asfwell as In the western and central mainland or Cuba The soils are all poor In plant food compared with the average soils in theUni d States and the gravel ridges areespeclal1y spstates Mr H C HenrIcksen secretary of the Cuban National Horticultural society referrink particu larly to the Isle of Pines but I have never seen the effect of good fertilizers so sharpl outlined as Inthese very soils and from experience In Florida and Porto Rico I would predict an abun dant crop of fruit of1 superior quality whereve the groves are properly treated The vital question In these regions Is then whether the owner Is able to afford proper treat ment He will save In exceptional casks where the soil Is too American for any use whatso aver get his crop provided ho has the money to supply enough fertilizer For there are richer lands hr Cuba t Ian those on which Americans and Canadians arej developing their groves in western Cuba and the Isle of Pines Along the Cauto river to mention but one locality there are exceedingly deep fertile vir gin soils which need no fertilizer to produce citrus fruit groves Such lands must at the very commencement be cleared at some expense of the thick woods that cover them ancj groves once planted must at all costs be kopt f frly free of weeds Secondary crops corn for Instance may be grown between rows without detriment to the trees ur fact it would seem wiser to do I rn OIiF f TYPICAL 4OLOIYY HOUVJI orClTRIlSGROWERS so than otherwise for exactly the opposite of the case In the west these far eastern lands need to be reduced They are almost too rich and the fruit of trees they produce particularly young trees fa apt to be coarse sldnned too big mid pithy These defects nevertheless time remedies for less nthe supply of p foSodbEventually It will become necessary to fer tilizo the trees and then growers by their fertilizer can control the quality of their fruit They have meanwhile acquired their without the expense for fertilizer the grower the west has been put to in order to produce his He on the other hand has been to less expense than the man iri the east in the matter of clearing and he has not had to sit up nights weeding- to keen his grove from disappearing under a tangle of tropical vegetation The obvious conclusion is therefore that lxf is onehalt dozen Groves In both eastern western Cuba will produce trees and good but neither will do so for any owner not to pay the price under one head or another cash and oi o in hard workIIt is con servatively estimated th tno man should unde take even a fiveacre grove In Cuba un ess he has at least 5000 whexo he can lay his lands on It If he Is a lively capable man he will probably not need that mount of money but no matter wha his ability he should be able to command at least that sum before embarking in the citrus fruit business here He may need it all and more While no complete statistics are available It Is the writers Impression that In western Cuba including the Isle of Pines the acreage of oranges is more than that of grape fruit while in the oast it would seem that the grapefruit acreage 1s the larger The older groves seem usu ally tQ be orange groves the younger the grove the largos the proportion of grape fruit In it ProblKus of transportation to market demand careful study from all growers prospective or established Groves situated at a distance from railway lines are handicapped at the start for although there are many good roads in Pinar del Rio province and all over the Isle of Pines every counts and where the roads are not excellent It counts heavily most especially in wet weather Americans and Canadians have plunged head- foremost Into citrusfruit culture in Cuba They are building up against odds by their Indomitable courage and optimism an Industry into which preceding owners of the lands they hold did not venture The Spaniards and Cubans did not so venture may have been because they were blind to the possibilities lacked specific knowledge or the energy required or pose bly they were outmatched by adverse conditions in past dec ades Then again It may be thoy were deterred not by these things at all but by a true under standing of basic conditions here by a reallza tlon difficulties in the way of competing not to say controlling In the markets where the citrus fruit of be sold and especially by a keen appreciation of more profit to be made more quickly and inexpensively elsewhere In fine they may have been governed by caution which does not notably distinguish the AngloSaxon when engaged In opening up fields to him new New to him be it noted but in Cubas case not In themselves either new or untried This Island is not a virgin wilderness In toto It has been under the domination of white men for 400 Not all these white men were Idle and Incompetent They appreciated the country and In developing its resources riot to the fullest ex tent possible nowadays to be sure but as far as was possible to them In their timesthey made fortunes The Spaniards devoted all the energies they had for agriculture tn Cuba to sugar cane and to bacco In the eastern and central provinces and Especially to tobacco lu tho west For four cen turies they held fast to these two products thus demonstrating that they were possessedrof no more versatility than the American and the Ca nadian who In Cuba Insist upon discovering no future save In citrus fruit From tobacco and from cane the the Cuban with him has wrested the wealth of the Indies Rich as a Cuban planter planter of cane and tobacco not of oranges and grape ruItis a significant English phrase To attain beelllheclous from 1492 to the urgent time l IUND ABOUT I THE STATE Itl MOST IMP ORTANtNEWS PARTS GATHERED OF FROM ALLt oM + + + + H4 a+ LEXINGTON WINS SUIT Demurrer to Plaintiffs Petition Was Sustained by Court Lexington KyIn the circuit court Judgo barker handed down his de cisioi in the case of J T Slade and Others against the city of Lexington and others better knows as the wa terworks case The demurrer to the plaintiffs petition was sustained and the court held that the city might en ter into a renewal of its contract with the Lexington Hydraulic and Manu facturing Co owners of the local reservoirs for a period of 25 years The question ori which the decision rests is whether or not the renewal clause of the original contract was binding or wheth r it was merely a statement pf intention to contract The clause provided that at the end of 25 years unles the city purchased the waterworks the contract should be renewed for d term of 25 years The constitution of the state adopted since that time prohibits contracts un der such circumstances for a term of more than 20 year Judge Parker held that the shall renew was a co tract and that the constitution can not impair contracts entered before its adoption An exception tc the ruling of court was noted bj Samuel M Wilson of counsel for the riginal petitioners and an appeal ma be taken SHERIFF GETS PRISONERS Governors Order to Militia Averts Threatened Clash of Authority Paducah Ky = ollowing an order from Gorillso the prisoners ar tucltr cropper was nilwere s by Col Bassett In command of the state theidyville The action of the governor probably averted a clash b tween the troops and civil authoritI s who were at swords points owl g to Col Bassetts refusal to give the sheriff possession- of the men under iirrest caiIthoiinset but jprobably ill take place the latter of the w ek eVreQUARRELED VER CROP Lexington KyAs the result of a quarrel over the condition ofa small crop of tobacco Pryor aged 47 game chicken fancier Js dead and Jason W Bentley aged 66 farm er and miller is probably fatally wounded Bentley Pryor he was harsh in hiscrIticism of his son Frank and Pryor called the old man a liar Bentley got a singlebarreled shotgun Pryor secured a doublebarreled shotgun Stepping about 30 feet from Bentlejy Pryor raised his gun and fired The load of birdshot struck t in the abdomen Pry immediately fired the second- barrel and thIs stru k Bentley In the left hip Simultaneously with Pryors secon shot Bentley fired The charge went solIdly Into Pryors abdomen and hu fell forward upon his gun ex hiring immediately The verdict of Coroner Risers jury was t at Bentley hadktlled Pryor In seltd tense Pryor was widely known cockfightersHews ability in pitting Mt Sterling Attorneys R A Chiles and obert Winn filed suit in the Montgomery circuit court for William Ledfo d against former Policeman Warner Hinson of this city and the Citizens Guaranty and Trust Co of West Virginia as surety for 5000 for malicious assault and battery Led ford who is a young farmer was arrested by Hinson the officer striking him It wasalleged with brass knucks Since the affair which caused much comment Hinson resigned from the force Lexington It was announced here that Benjamin Hay of Cincinnati has decided to sell out his trotters and his Abdallah park training ground at Cyn thlana The park which contains 74 acres and the trotters are to be auctioned September 3 There are about 70 head of horses f sonqfanunsuccessfulIf French at the Combs hotel here There has been bad feeling between the two men for several ears on account of tho killing of Joe Eversole on Big Creels in Perry county by men whom young Eversole believes were In the employ of French Friends of both men feared there would be trou ble between them as soon as it way learned that French anfi Eyersole were both in town Kentucky Intelligence escapedfrompany with Cal Miller charged with murder was arrested on Buffalocreek in Owsley county PaducahThe main span of the Burlington bridge which will be biiilt at Metropolis 12 miles below here will be 700 feet although the river inter ests contended for a longer span afc the recent meeting in St Louis Paducah Louis M RIeke chairman of the executive committee of Group 1 of the Kentucky Bankers association has announced the program fox the meeting to be held here August 17 A large attendance Is anticipated Louisville With his head almost severed from the body John Beel 29 a negro was found at Hancock and Madison streets by two policemen It Is alleged that a negro called Ben Brown did the cutting with a razor and escaped Morgantown Agents have been in Morgantown in an effort to establishta rival packet line for Green and Bar ren rivers between Bowling Green and Evansville Ind Capt Elmofe Bewley of Bowling Preen has secured a boat and will cute the trade Lexington T R Ltowis of Knox ville and Floyd Evans and R M Ev ans of Chattanooga are ill jail here charged with robbery E 0 Sparks of this city charged in warrants against the young men that they made him drunk and robbed him of 143 Augusta Charles JC Toleman x leading farmer and 56 rears old ia dead He was turnpike superintend ent and has been on the school board six years was a Knight of PythI and prominent Baptist He leaves a widow and two sons and two daugh Mters MaysYille While taking a traction engine from Foxport to Epworth several miles east of here and while crossing a bridge the structure gave way precipitating the engine into the creek wrecking it and probably fatally injuring Carl Rayborn who was running It and seriously injuring Olha Hayslijand Robert Gash FranklinEvtiARagland one cf the best job printers In Southern Kenwho recently resigned post tion on account of ill health isvery at the home of his parents in this county His trouble is tuberculosis of the arm and the probabilities are that member will shortly be amputated the hope of saying his life Lexington Harvey Musselman 17 who was sent tthe Greendale Reform school from Irvington Breckenridge county for housebreaking hanged himself About a year ago the boy was shot in the right foot and tho member was amputated When he to the reform school his limb inflamed and he was sent to the of the Institution for treat LouisvilleThe largest pool of wool sold in Kentucky was that din posed of by Boone county growers ajt Burlington Ky when 400000 pounds was purchased by D Davis Son an Isaac Rosenbaum Sons of this cit r The price paid for the best grades w- a26c The wool is said to be thai choicest in the state Accordlngto the local purchasers the total price i3 near 90000 FrankfortAfter working 17 days and nights on duty at the Frankfort penitentiary as the result ofa recent order of the board of prison commls sloners that the night matron at the prison shouldalso be on duty in the daytime Mrs Addle Martin for fO years matron at the prison has resigned She is the widow of Jim Marc tin one of the widely known politl clans of Barren county Shelbyvllle Mrs Sarah Dunn 83 widow of lames H Dunn died at her home here of the infirmities of age She is survived by four sons and two daughtersJames H Dunn of Jeffer nnntrtiia Ind Leslie C Dunn of Bowling Green VIctor E and Law rence Dunn of Shelbyvllle Mrs Ada Ballou matron of the Jefferson County poorhouse and Miss Eva Dunn of Sheriff Bob Gossett de livered Rufus Browder to the penitentiary here In thirty minutes after the verdict Sheriff Gossett left Frank lin over the L N via Elizabethtowntand Cecelia for Eddyville This cir cuitous route was taken to evade a mob Whl h was believed to be In waiting to seize the negro murderer who took th i life of James Cunningham a white nn In Logan county Lexington At meeting of the board of health It was stated hy President J C Carrick that there are 15 cases of typhoid fever In the city which are directly traceable to one dairy The dairyman and his son are In the hospital and the sale of milk and butter from the plant has been Suspended It was found that the dairyman had been washing his pails crocks and cans with water from a cistern and that this water had been Infected with typhoid germs Lexington The police are hunting Green Bastln a farm hand who re c tYmarrIed in the High Bridge Sec tlan a daughter of William Buckley his employer He is charged with de sertlon after having obtained over X30 under false pretenses Maysville Orville PolHtt aged about 20 residing neat Orangeburgt i this county was tried here beforo Magistrate Pickrell for unlawfully detaining Mrs Nannie Pollitt wife ot Walter Pollitt against her will Ha was bound over to the grand Jury in the Sum of 5500 in default of Avhlca he was sent to jalli THE SPRINGFIELD SUI ic WEDNESDAY AUGUST io Ygto I iPRINGFIELD SUN 18UED EvElty WEDNESD Y SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR rIn Advance L SMITH Editor and Pdbfsher metered at the at Springfield for transmission through the taaifB as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1UliltTkree ICnthR 25 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JOHNSON LONG RUN i After reading your paper several since my stay in this vicinity and timesI DO communication from this its columns took up the ilea how ant Itwoulc1 beto indite a few Items but the writer is handicapped by a short residence In the comm ni y and has Snot been able to catch on to much of the 6sppenings The recent heavy rains did great dam age to corn and tobacco in this end of the county At some places the small streamsrose so high as to cover the fences and corn tops While on a trip last week to Boyle county many cornfields were observed to haye been overflown and the land at different places was wOshed so as to Leave large pulleys and some of the roads were almost impassable The fruit crop around here is very psor but l1S last years crop was Dien tlful many thbughtful housewives put up large quantities and will have suffi cient to last On the farm of Henry Carpenter the trees stood the freeze wen and his pears and apples ptomise a good yield There is always plenty of fruit on his place This little neighborhsod has chang ed some since I lett last January Some old residents have moved away and ne ones haye come in The old echo o house that once had good enrollment of scholars now stands vacant a alien t relic of the past and willsoon pass out of sight It was at one period achurch consecrated to the service of God All the pupils have been transferred to 6th er schools as there was not enough in this community to keep it up New and modern schoolhouses are being con strutted at Deep Creek Pottsville and Glenns Creek all the work being un der the contract or w B Elliott of this vicinity How sad it is to see old structures su chas these that our grandfathers and grandmothers loved and in which they obtained knowledge and light to understand the world and Heaven a wonders better pass away yethow de ightful t is to see things prosper ald the world go into a higher stages of education Notwithstanding the lack of tobacco plants as reported last spring the farmers tnd growers are having at present nice luck with their crop and So fa as the report goes Messrs Geo Russell and W B Carpenter have the larger- tobacco t crops An average crop of co IS anticipated It was reported the other day that John Russell Sr the wel known thresh Ujfullpatch The iadtes here say their tomato crops are doing fine and maturing fast Mr and Mrs W B Holderman and 2 children Mrs J H Elliott and M Mattte A Elliott were in Oanville las week the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Elliott Sr- Mayall happiness and success abide with the CpringfiildSun its correspon dents and thousand readers is the desire of the writer The Ladies of the Baptist church wi Il serve County Court dinner in Nove- ber I PREMIUM LIST OF THE Washington County Juvenile Fair AT THE FAIR GROUNDS AT SPRiNGFIELD Saturday September 10 1910J 1 Best White Cake ir Ldml 00 2 Best Ribbon Cake l i 1 00 S Best Plate Beaten Biscuit L 100 4 Best Plate Soda BiscU1tm m 1 I 5 Best HomeMade Candy L 1 001 6 Hemstitched Handkerchiet 100 7 Half Dozen Button Holes 100 8 Prettiest Pin Cushionm i uo 100 9 Best Dressed Doll r 100 10 Hand Bouquet L m1 00 11 Display of Cut Flowers TOO 12 Bouquet of Roses mJ 1 0- 0lr Best i Dozen Tomatoes z 100 14 Best i Dozen Ears of Corn f m 1 00 15 Best Peck of Irish Potatoes 1 00 16 Plate of Grapes 1 00 17 Brown Leghorn Bantams any age + m 100 18 White Leghorn Bantams any age i 1 00 19 Pair Black Bantams l 00 20 Pair Brown Leghorn Chickens any age 100 2L Pair Rhode Island Reds any ager 1 00 22 Pair Barred Plymouth Rocks any ageo 100 23 Pair Buff Otpingtons any aiem 100 24 Pair White Plymouth Rocks any agem m 1 00 25 Pair Liglt Brahmas any ager 1 00 26 White Leghorns any age 1 00 27 Pair Buff LeghoIlsany age T 1 00 28 Best Dozen Eggs 1 00 29 Pair Pekin Ducks 1 80 Pair Indian Runner Duckst 100 31 Pair Common Pigeons 1 00 32 Ugliest Chicken 1 00 38 Beet Goat to be Driven in Harness150 tolt 5Qc to 2d 2 00 34 Best Bird Dog any age u 100 85 Best Collie Dog any age 1 00 36 Best Shepherd Dog any age i 1 00 81 Best Dog Driven inHarness 150 to 1st 50cto 2d 2 00 88 Best Suckl n Colt 3 to 1st 2 t02d 5 00 j 89 Best Suckling Calf 3 to 1st 2 to 2d 5 00 r AFTERNOON 40 Prettiest Baby 1 year old and under 2 years 2 to 1st 1 to 2d 3 00 r 41 Prettiest Baby 2 years old and under 4 veatS2 to 1st 1 to 2d 8 00 J 42 Best Stick Horse Rider 2 years old and under 4 years 1 to first 50c to second 160 43 Best Stick Horse Rider over 4 years old and under 9 years 1 to first 50c to second 150 44 Best Girl Rider under 16 years old 2 to 1st 1 to 2d 3 00 45 Best Boy Rider under I6 years old 2 to 1st 1 t02d g00 46 Hitch up Ring by Girl under 16 years old straps and buckles complete 2 to first 1 to second 800 47 Harness Pony any age 150 to first l to sec nd250 48 Saddle Pony any age 150 to first to second 2 50 49 Best Turnout pony wagons harness and occupants to tie consid ered 2 to first 1 to second 3 Inchesq1 00I 51 sack Race regular size meal sack 1 to first 50c to second 1 50 52 Fo tRace 100 yards boys under 16 years 2 to 1st 1 to 2d 8 00 I 53 Bicycle race boys under 16 years 2 to 1st 11 2d300 j Dr1G1 T1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST reeth Extracted Witb out Pain SPECIALTYf All Dental Work Strictly First lass Springfield Ky ffice in Hajton Block upstairs Local News Notes i LOSTBrown handbag between Springfield and St Cathennes con taming a ladys watch and motley Reward Return to this office The infant child of Mr and Mrs J Evans died nt the homee of Its grand lathe Hari son Nally yesterday and was buried at St Rose today The child was but a month old NOTIEThe firm of J W Jarboe Co have sold their Flour MIll to Messrs McWhorter Wills and hereby oldfirmmust be settled uP at once without fur 1ther notice J W Jarboe Co Im anrns than cost On sale this weeksee them It will pay You Mrs Willlams LOSTA locket and chain with mon postofficeward Jf returned to this office ItlS said that a Stetson hat which fortdifference is only a half mile of water and the PayneAldrich tariff schedule Springfieldhaving ness against it will jubilate and conduct a Mortgage burning service Qn WElliottand Rev W F Rogers the founder of the church will also have part in the service Friends ate invited to come andsmll with us Mound Ci ts may cost a little more butMr Leo Haydon The Ladies Aid Society of Christian Church will serve dmner County Court day in September Patronage very thankfully received pressingjLadies NOTICENotice is given to all indebted to me either hynote or account that they must settle with meat once OJ I shall proceed bylaw to collect the same I shall take the same steps against aU who are indebted to The Geo Bohon Coand whose notes or accounts have been placed in my hands for collection if not settled at once HARTWELL ETHRINGTON 203t Willisburg Ky School Tax for the year of 1910 was due July1 five pe r cent penalty will be added to all unpaid tax September t G C Wharton Treas Aunt Martha Caldwell Dead- Aunt Martha Caldwell a highly re spected colored woman dropped dead last night in the kitchen of Misses Hadgle and Mattie Brown by whom she was employed as cook She ryas burled this afternoon on Cemetery Hilt after the funeral service at the colored Methodist church Aunt Martha was one of the few remaining old tIme darkies at d was as highly esteemed by the white people of Springfield as she was hy her colored friends being honorable indus trious and polite Heart failure wr s pronounced to be the cause of her death KilL TIlE GERMS rrThats the O ly Way to Lure Dandruffnd dnsian Sage is the Onl Killer Parisian Sage soak into the scalp and when It reaches the roots of th hair It not onl kileery dandrd ff germ but it sup hes the hair with jstThe right kind 4f n urlshment to pu vigor and strength i toit and make i grow Parisian Sage is tIe most delightful hair dressing IU the orld and IS not sticky or greasy IJe It one week and upI by The stop faDing hair to cured lDdr1 ff to keep hsl r from fading to stop itching or the scalp or money back Price 50 cents a large bottle The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle 11 IIIZt4IZ10 Be Given Away + + iiFori We are Going to Give Away Our Profits On each purchase of Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks + + White Goods Laces Embroideries Ginglaams Dress+ and Waist Linens Lawns Table Linens Towels ++ Napkins ReadytoWear Waists Silk and + + Satire Petticoats + tIf Af HalfPriceA+ iF to Just Received big line Children School Shoes atLow Prices t EXTRA SPECIALS iRegular 125 Lace Curtains Go for Per Pair Regular 15o Lace Curtains Go for Per Regular225 Lace Curtains Go for Per Pair No attt INCORPORATED tF KENTUCKY t tt- TyI f+ ttt ttt +fHt ++ +tt tttt+++1t+t+M++tGRAVEL SWITCH Mr William Brady sold his farm to Mr William Greefi last week for S850 Mr and Mrs Dee Milburn f Nelson County and Mr and Mrs William Milburn of Lebanon visi ed their parents Mr and Mrs W M Inman the first of the week Mr and Mrs Lee Harmon gave the young folks an last Sat urday night in honor of Miss Lena Clarkson A large crowd was presert Mr and Mrs R S Spencer of Fredonia Kansas returned to their home last Monday after a months stay with Mrs Spenctrs parents Mr and Mrs RH Minpr and other relatives and friends in this section Mr and Mrs W O Hays and family and Mr and Mrs J T Nelson arid family were the guestS of Mr andMrs Harrison Hays near Penick the latter part of last weekIOn Saturday July 30 1910 the death angel visited our community and carried away Mr UrlBh O Myers He was born March 10 1855 and was theretore 55 years old He had been il for several months Mr Myers was united in marriage to Miss Tillie Taylor May 18 lass and to this union five children were born of whom four survive two sons and two daughters Lee Taylor Ehel and Edna Besides his wife and children he leaves one brother and two MatwewIceased was a mm1b r of the H ys Baptist church and the funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at Haysville by Rev R L Purdom of East Texas in the presence of a large congregation The interment was iin- Haysvi1le cemetery The bererwed fam Ily have the sympathy of many tri nds free TUition All eligible persons are Entitledtn free tUition in the Western Kentucky State Normal School The Fall Sessjon PresidenteBowling Green KY tOr information OrphansthelpedbyOrphans 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 Kidney troub leseWe regard it as one of the best family medicines on eareh It inyig orates all vital organs purifies the appetiteTochildren or run down people it has no complaintsOnly r 75c too 150 runeGo IDopeCharged Above Prices The ROBERTSONCLA YBROOKEco1 SPRINGFIELD entertainment To CorrespoddentsI Did it it ever occur to readers of the Sun that a word spoken at the proper time would briyg fruit sooner or later Well I for one have It has been thoroughly demonstrated to my mind on sev 2ral occaSIOns and recently in an instance of my own experienceINot many ago developed a noticeahle tardiness among our coun ty correspondents and your inefficient reporter from Valley Hill undertooK to layout a plan whereby a renewed interest in newspaper work could be- immediateiy aroused and not long at terward much to our pleasure one of OUt whole list correspondents sent in a good communication for some time Doubtless that wai all they needed just a good Jog mgttAnd not long since I note that some of our best writers have fallen by the wayside 1nd YetfirmlyIse I is sufficient Please let us have a communication fQrat least aJew weeks andnote the difference in our worthy paper Send to the editqrfora supply of eta ti nary arid if anything ot importance happens in your immediate neighborhood I telephone it to ihe Sun at the expense of the owner Try it just for once lltleast Youls ar al jeoooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe Youll Be- S Leftaif you dont take advantage of thIs GoodsoDQnt let others walk away withal the savings to be trade Come snit get your share and come eariierTh bestvalues are naturally limited n o quantity and the earliest caners wil a have the best choIce Do it now s followoa Grundy Mclntire eoeOeoeoeoeoeoaoo O t 39c I Goods wags aloyal friend to the Springfield Sun UNO SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN hasfor60bushesIRiley Comstock Rt 1 has for sale amill and evaporator Good s- new will sell cheap Dr John DeBoe Rt4 has for sale1 anice 8 year old Buck MISS Bettle DeBoe Rt 4 has iorsale 8 large Bue Geese IJ S Re dicks Rt 1 has f9r stile 1rtwowork Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for an case of Catarrh that can not bt cure by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeJ Cheney for the last 15 years and be businessito carry put any obligations made by his firm WaldinJ Kinnan Marvin OHallsly acting directly upon thee bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testi bottleSoldTake Halls FamIly PiUs tor constipation ooeoeooeooeooeoeoeooe Children Take Their Own Medicines when we prepare them No longer is it considered necessary for a med Icine to be bitter or tasty in order e to prove effective We use all mod ern methods at this pharmacy and Imaking medIcines as palatable as possible is one of them Have us prepare your chitdrens remedies and 0 theyll bike them without coaxing Ior lhreatemng LEO IIAYDOTHE RESARIPTION STORE I10 ooPo p eQeoe ov9qa THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST Io 1910 in wd1 I t Four Days of Enjoyment Which is Eagerly Looked For in The Great L + 43E r 1 COUNTY f rl FAIRw I I + I I w v STALLARD D D S SPRINGFIELD KY PHONE 72 I All Work TEETH EXTRActED WITHOUT Pain or Danger flrstIclasstas adv rtised GUAR NTf1EDIOver McE1royShaders OOOoooeOOOOOOO G 0 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Upofthe Weeks Personal News aoeooeqeooeoooeoeoooe Mr any Mrs W C cChordJr have returned from trip to olorado and other western pc ints Jack McChordis at home after a months trip through the west CDrW W Hyatt of Willisburg spent Monday town Hon T S Mayeswasjn Bardstow Ii YesterdayI Messrs T S Mayes and Marshall Duncan attended court at Willisburg Saturday iis C H R McElro of Kansas City vIsiting his parents Mr and Mrs 04 R McElroy A L Jenkins of the university of Cincinnati is the guest Of G D DUrI can and family Mrs Horace Booker and son Frederick of Little ROCk Ark are vIsiting friends and relatIves here Selecruan Judge W E Selecman was in Bards town Monday iMiss Mary Trent oJ Chaplin is the Miss Mary Nod Mr and Mrs Ed Wonderland of- Louisville are guests at the home of F Greene Mrs J F Greene has returned home after visit to relatives m Louis yule Miss Grace Shehan of Maud is th guest of MIss Lal Roberts JMrs N G Marks has returned from visIt to Mrs K Marks at Lotus Mabel Price is vIsiting friends in Danville I nly a Few Pieses f 1 PORCH AND LAWN IGoods Left Which I Wee are Offering I I Furniture Store f1 d BIG Miss Bernice Spaldinghas returned to her home in Lebanon after visit to MIss Ernestine KQott Mss S C McGill and daughters Misses 4Mattie and Nellie and Mrs Ralph Boldrlck attended the receptIOn given by Mrs C C Cambron and Miss Mary McGill at Lebanon Tuesday Messrs L ABurns T C Camp bell Chas Camden and H M Moss willattend the TIarrodsburg Fair tomorrow MrsS C McGIlt and daughter Nellie spent the week end with rela tIves at Fairfield WeS Campbell of ITarksyille Mo who has been visiting leis brother Nat Campbell has returned home Mr Campbell formerly lived here but this is his first visit since he left twenty nine years ago Mrs C D Robertson ip yisLmg friends and relatIves in Danville this week MIss Eddie Shad visiting friends in Louisville eMrs Kate Williams and daughter Mrs James Haydon has returnedIto her home in Bazdstown to her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon Mr Ferd Kuhn of Nashyille Tenn arrived Sunday to be with his famIly here several weeks Miss Ernestine Knott entertained at six oclock dinner Thursday in hon or of her visitor MIss Spalding of Leb anon Those present were Misses Spal ding Louise Haydon Lucile Gage Na omi Rogers Sarah ONan RodnlL- nlhurmun Marie Kuhn and CeciliaSmith Miss Catherine Gore has returned to her home in Louisville after visit to Misses Flora Royalty and May May es Little Misses Louise Hill and town is the guest of her sIster Mrs Joseph Claybrooke Mrs Wright of West Point Ky IS the guestof Mrs I H ThurpIan Miss Hattie Arnold entertained on Monday evening in honor of her guest Miss Sarah Peters of Danville Those present were MIsses Sarah Peters Vir gIe and May Mayes Ruth and Pearl Claybrooke and Mary Noe Mrs W F Grigsby and children are visiting Mrs Grigsbys parents at Chaplin A If Linton was in TayJQrsvi1le- Spencer county Wedn sday on busI- ness The Springfield suB ilLOO per Tear The Sun end CourierJotun tl =LA i t + i + IuREA ti Because the Premiums have been increased ttherefore more Live Stock has been booked than ever before and the Floral Ball promises more and better premiums and with the inter Iest the people are taking in the Fair the Ieighth exhibition promises to be the greatest the history of the AssociatIOn L ladies Free First Day E School Children Free Second Day 1 I 0IEverybody lay ase dull care and om eandt JenvoyI riD I IeU US d J t arr r e i a o j fjfevet a a 1Miss l ABSOLUTELY ATCOSTLeac- hman Campbells FOUR PAYS a r LouIisville a a t- S11of t TERj 1I inII 1Inclusive 1910 PLEASANT GROVE s J YanktY returned from Louisville Monday night tIRS Mary Logan Neal is visiting iii Spr ngfield Mrs Nell Thurman has returned aft ra visit to Mrs Ivan Sales and isn w visiting Dr and Mrs Hopper M and Mrs BH Leachman and son Beverly spent Sunday wIth Mrs C Grundy- M ss Elizabeth I ruceof Pertyvllle is a the home of her uncle Dr J H Hopper Mrs Hopper entertained the young people oir Tuesday evening in honor of her niece MIss Bruce IMr and Mrs D R Litsey and son spent Saturday night and Sunday wIth Judge B L Litsey SaturdayI Mr J I Martin was in Bloomfield Miss Elenor Reed spent several days with her cousin Miss Sarah Reed recently heIdollars 4as realized Mesdames Lucy Rodgers Nan Leach msnland Belle Hagan of Springfield spent Thursday with Mrs BL Litsey- Mesdameslvan Sale Nellelhurman and Bae Litsey were with Mrs S P Thompson Monday Mr and Mrs Earl Whlteman of Mooresville visited Henry Whiteman Sunday Rev J W AtwQod will begm a series of meetings at the Pleasant Grove church Wednesday evening August 10 He had expected to come on the 14th but found thathe could not get he on above date It is the desire of the of ficers and pastor that as many come to these services as possibly TEXASIand IProf here Green are visiting the latters Born to the wife of Mr Sam Brady a boy lJr and Mrs Jack Sharp i1dchildren- ot Willisburg are visiting T E Wilson and family Miss Sarah Peters of Mackville is the guest of Miss Hattie Arnold Miss Poe of LouisVm spent last week with Miss Ida laybrooke Several of Mrs Emily Powers friends 8thinRev RL Purdom was called to Mackville Sunday to preach a funeral Mr and Mrs George Moran ot Fei wick spent Sunday with Mrs James Patterson Miss Hattie Arnold entertained quite a number of her friends Monday ever ing m honor of her guest Miss Sarah Peters of Mackville Mrs RL Arnold spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs Chas Jeffris of LOUIsvilleMr Wiggington of Louisville is vIsIting Mrs Fanny Whayne Dysentery is a dangerous 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 isequaUy valuable for children and adults and when reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to the taste Sold by all druggist- sANew Paper The first issue of The NewsJournal GampbellsviUes neW paper was received yesterday It IS a neatly print ed sheet contains a lot of lIve matter and if succeeding issues reach the high standard set mthe initial number It will soon become a popular newspaper sandTaylor Took All ills Money Often ana man earns goeS to doctors or for medicines to cure a Stomach KingsNewIndigestion Haydon Hot Rolls Light Bread Cream Bread Rye Bread and all kinds of Fancy Cakes By calling us any morn ingat eleven oclock r BIG NORTH Mr and Mrs W J Sayres of Crab Orchard Indian Territory are visIting frIends and relatIves near Cornishyille Mr and Mrs Lober of Austin Tex as have been lecturing at the Christian church in Cornishville and Mr Shooles also has been giVIng a splendid lecture on Bible scenes MIss Myrtle Vandivier of Lexington has been yisitinh her uncle HolM8n Vandivier near Harrodsburgw Revs Cawley and Shirley of Georgetown are conducting the protracted meeting at HopeweU Influenza is raging among the horses of this section Many are useless Erskine Rose of Newport News Va is the guest pf Mends and relatives near Bohon Jesse 1Qed who has been confined to his bed for some time is improving- slowly HaYdon school is progressing nicely under the management of Mrs Emma Black We were glad to get heragain this is her third term ofIpaced take a dote of Chamberlams- Stomach and Liver Tablets to night be fore retiring and you will feel all rl ht inthe morning Sold by all druggts TTTL- YOU CAN GET TELrEPHONE I t t 69 fn And Your order will be promptly attended to and delivered KATIE HERTLEIN BC BRO When down town try one oftioue J GRAPE JUICES TITTT2L Z I IALSTORY Heirto c1illions BY Frederick Reddalec- Author t The Other Man etc r Illustrations by Ray Walters Copyright by J B Lippincott Co SYNOPSIS Andy Meleen aged millionaire miner 4e dying and orders a win drawn up leav aistersears and whose married nartle he does zlot know Meleen was married years be tore but left his wIfe after a Quarrel In which he struck her He learned later deadtheclng WUfrld Stennis who Is telling his fiancee Eunice Trevecca what he would do if he were the possessor ot wealthy In the Jw office of Carboy Passavant Cozln attorneys for the estate of Me ofhtaeaIs the fact that he has discovered that stennfsSormation concerning his dead mother IstheWants to marry Eunice at once but she tesolutely demurs Ho meets Clara Pas attorneyCHAPTER Vcontlnued When Clara happened to broach the subject ot music at their third or fourth meeting she found she had touched the dominant chord of Wil frIds nature being no mean execu cant herself theY at once met on com tnon ground She found that he had seen most of the modern operas at a dollar admission and some others of Which pile hAd never even heard and lie laughingly confessed to the pOSe session of a tenor voice But you know what th8 great Von Eulow said about tenors Miss Pas savant somethingspiteful Judge fear yourself he said that a tenor was a disease Clara laughed That recalls Her veyswas it Herveysclever gen eraliiation of the human race she said You know he divided us up into men women and curates That was certainly rather severe on the gentlemen of the cloth commented Stennis unless he had In mIn the old saying about the last not being the least Upon another occasion they were discussing the feminine passion t1ne clothes forIWomen dress to please t elves valiantly asserted C championing her sex Are you sure said Stennis No true woman would be content with euch a simple motive as that It must be something far more complex For instance shes asked with one ot her challenging glances which dared him to do his best or say his worst I thInk theY dress to please them efves first e econdly to please the men and thirdly to make other women envious For shame was the laughing retort tapping him with her fan time enough to be cynical when you get to be as old as papa Such little verbal passages at arms as the ea dthere were many of them as time passed for upon Stennis Was conferred the freedom of the house in Park avenue after that initial dinnerserved to put them more and more at their ease and to cement their frIendship The rather shopworn society woman of eight or ten seasons 11 covered a new sensation in matching wits with Stennis she was sure to strIke responsive fire in him every time nor was It certain that In so doing her own wings were not in certainlyndhim oftener than to others a softer more womanly side of her nature On Steunis part ne ever delighted to be with her because she possessed the happy knack of educing his brightest thoughts she became his social mentor and the arbiter Qf lIs slowly forming tastes He really wondered at himself after an evening In her society when lie recalled the consumed lr bright things he had said and lie began to take no little pride In his social and fashionable progress For he was every where voted a success His arealtb his pristine freshness his total freedn from the too frequent vulgarities of the newly rich made him everywhere wElcome he was put up at two or three good clubs start lug witha few valtablo introductions from the Plssavanl his cIrcle of acquaintance widened Inpldly and not the least surprising feature of It whichhoff NeJV York society It was as though he had been to the manner born JnltGns ionns spring found Wllfrld firmly seated In the society saddle fairly launched on his career as one ot the jeunesse dares popular alike with men and with women Invited every where and apparently as happy as the day Is long True thus far he had not realized any of his pet projects except to lay the keel of a flee schooner ya hthee- ad been too louse soclallyb1J there was as he told himself plenty of time Nor must it be inferred that the glamour of these newer interests corn pletely eclipsed the memory and the Influence of Eunice Trevecca Throughoutthat wInter Wilfrid was a constant and even a regular visitor in faraway old Greenwich To the girl he carrIed full accounts ot his social progress sketched for her his constantly widening circle of friends and acquaintances and spread his dally life before her like an open page Thus far there had been no subterfuges no secrets between them And If as was to be expected he developed a little of the exquis to in dress and became a trifle dandified in manner affecting or having acnuired the society drawl and a new style of handshake which he unsuccessfully endeavored to transplant to the arid and awkward soil of Macdougal street to tEunice and her stepfather he was the same old unaffected generous Wilfrid of former days In only one thing had he failed in perfect faith he had never told Miss Passavant of hip conditional betrothal to Eunice rr eveccanever so much as hen boned her name Somehow Eunice divined this True there were excuses for him and it was partly her fault by her oVnact Wiifrid had been left footloose Had it been otherwise the chances are that he would have acquainted Clara Passa- vant with the true state of affairs very early in theIr anti acY Later It became more difficult The faded old parlor and sitting roorn ran riot in flowers and many a dainty keePsake found its way to Eunice But with a womans inconsis tency shl wished with all her heart that Wilfrid had shown himself more masterful refusing to let her put him off even for probationary year At first Wilf honestly tried to main tam n the old loverlike relations but wasiso uniformly though goodnatured ly repulsed that at length he gave up trying He little knew that poor Eunice cried herself to sleep the first time he mltted to kiss her goodbY Yet it was by her own Wish and mandate that matters between them took this course Then came the fre quent mention of Clara Passavant the beautiful the brilliant and for Sobbing Out the Words Ho Idas Never Told Her the first time in her life Euiitce was horribly jealous it was no long r Cherchez la femme she felt but La femme est trouveel And so you and this Miss Passa vant are coming to bdgreat friends said Eunice one nigh as they sat together though not In the old familiar way I wish you could meet her he exclaimed enthusiastically I feelsure you would like each other What makes you Imagine that Inquired Eunice demurely threading an obstinate needle with ostentatious care Oh becausewen partly because you are SQ unlike each ether ITontbe too sure said Eunlc e vindictively For my part I believe we should scratch each others eyes cut Wilt looked at the usually gentle Eunice In polite astonishment Then he laughed for his social training had already taught him a thing or two Oh no you wOuldnt he said confldently Women dont do thing In that way If you were Introduced you w uldbot1i take little steps bend lag forward In the latest mode you would approach each other snlilin sweetly youd dab heron one cheek and shed peck you on the other and you would both say Delighted khoiv you Mr Stennis has ofte spoken bf you What lovely weather we are havlngall In the key tf flat major with the tremolo st 4 Vay out- Eunice could not but laugh at thIs clever little skit but In her heart she adhered to the belligerent part ot the program Tell me what Is she like aha said by way of answer 1 have just cold you rejoined Wilt yOU are complete opposites For instance she Is very fair you ate dark she Is all artificial polish and society veneer you are as genuine and simple as a woodviolet she thinks of nothing but drei and money and floe socltll whirl of seelllg- and being F4onou are It perfect liome body T at iS lrp jwanted to know persisted Euuice Is she very tltulT i Now women can never comprehend that a man may honestly enlogIe or admire another woman from a purely ehIBIntracted by her in talking of a w man to most women therefore it Is always faintpraisea bad play Why yes he admitted dispassionately I should say she was a very perfeddontknIt had not been for their social In dotisement Js she accomplished as well as fast clnating perqlsted Eunice hugging her pain Jn a wayyes she Is a very good pianist she can talk Interestingly on most subjects she has been every where and seen everything She telle me I must go abroad Isnt that what you always wanted to do queried Eunice her head bent over her work to hide the ears that would come takingthesummer the Passavants have prom iced to go And that reniinds me Eunico the launching tak s place next week Wont you apd your father run down to Brist01 How wOuld yoU like to christen Bert You may If you want to No thank you said laniee very s iIDy you would better ask Iliiss- Passavant And to Wilftlds aston Ishment John Trevecca conjing In at that Instant the girl pleadPc1 a headache and abruptly said goQj night Iin the seclusion of her wn chain ber she threw herself on the little bite bed sobbing out thwardse has never told her He has ever told her The launching took place as announced In the presence off gas assemblage who went to Bristol on a special train by Invitation of the young nabob Moreover Clam Passa- nt broke the bottle of champagne and spoke the magic words I name thee Kestrel AU ot which reached the eye ot Eunice through the newspapers Wilfrid planned to sail as soon as the yacht was fitted out and he was thoroughlyinloved the water He called but once on Eunice In those rw weeks but the womanservant said she was out Which caused him to wonder it the conventional tarradiddle was become Ing acclimated in Macdougal street He decided to wilteto her but kept putting it off until at last l10 grew a little bit ashamed of his neglect and so made bad worse by writing not at all On the 10th day of May the Kestrel set sail for the Azores with her owner and a party ot congenial friends aboard and for two years his alongwithoutaway in the west nten were toiling and moll ng piling up more mllncM to replenish those suandered of spent In the gay quest or pleasure TO BE CONTINUED Carrying It Too War Precedence so far as It goes Is a very fine thing said Frederick Townsend Martin at a dinner at the Cafe de rOpera In New Yokk The Eng lish though carry precedence per hops too far A bishop entertained a numberof clergy at his episcopal see His guest of honor was another bishop This morningsaidWhy this is a bad egg Phew Pahl What an atrocious odor Really my man Im surprised The butler with a serious face examined the egg closely Then he saId frowning and shaking his head 1t1 beg pardon my lord A most regrettable thing has happened The stupid servant hqs given your lord ship In mistake n curates egg Unwarranted AssumptIon A youth from the Horton neighbor hood went to Nevada and got a marriage license He supposed he wat the glrls first choice although he had never come to any definite understanding on the subject The Sun day following the purchase of the IF cense the couple went to church and during the progress ot the service the young man unfolded the certUlcate and showing it to the girl beside him said Lets go uP alter the preacher gets through and get married Thr young woman was SQ Shocked that she could not speak for n tew moments Then she told him he had spent his money foolishly and asked that he never speak to her again The sympathy of the community is di- videoKansas City Star Her ObJectIon Carlyles dictum Not on morality oanofollowingnpositiostrof appear onAnot that she feared ptomaine poisoning Her objections were ethical Rab bits she declared with a wonderful midVictotianism were such immorai animals = Himself One of the Many Oh yes said the waiter people do sometimes order queer combing bons day man the Walter sold with some emphasis on the any at ho handed over the check any man Is liable to do that sometimes And then this man who had been seeking information about odd things reflected that he himself just taken tO- Jhncbeonsaulluges wheat cakes tid t milk shakeNew York qua rte os Hot Days the newest and loveliest things JUsTmillingry for the nIl too brief have been placed be fore the fascinated eyes of the devotee- to outdoors and fashion Black and white or the coldest of colors taco and more lace these are the paramount Ideas that the modistes have put into trlum hS of execution Nothing was ever magined for the dog days love her than the hat of white chip in which the contourof the brim Is out lined with two rolled folds of black velvet placed on the under side About the crown are set large roses made of line princess lace and set In dark green foliage These flowers of lace are exquisite So far the lily and rose have been made and no other blossoms can lie more beautiful than they Wide Val edging for the roses and allover patterns for the lUlies are destined to be the favorite but if one possesses a long purse or has some yards of old lace please Imag- Ine roses made ota duchess lace The finest of silk covered wire has to be sewed in to hold the petals or simulated petals In place For the roses a wreath can be managed without cut ting the lace but torJllIes the petals R LINEN DRESS K sft pie semi princess dress is shown here that Is a style specially suited to linen he front that extends the wholeslength Is attached to the sides by wide wrapped seams bodlCEnndThe turnover collar and cuffs are of embroidered lawn Materials rCql1lredf e yards 40 inches wide Bracelets Over Gloves Few wornel seem to realize that bracelets over gloves are almost or quite as bad as rings over gloves If one wears a bracelet with long gloves It all it should be wurn under them n t Jt Dussibe Itl Should not be Worn must be shaped unless each Js made separately by a lacemaker No one will be so foolish as to cut up fine hand made laces Lilies therefore re destined to be made of the best ma chine made laces But s this season wIll not see the last of the lace flow ers it is worth while to make separate petals otrennaisance of other fine lace for those who know how Numbers of hats in hair braid or hemp or fine chip are overlaid with wide chantilly lace Black over white chip or white over black Is all there is to tellPlumes pompons and algrettts flnlsh them these too iii black or white The small drooping brim round hat continues the favorite for motoring and general wear when the matter of protection claims the first attention Black and white strIped ribbon and button roses made of straw like that in the hat leave nothing to be desired for such a model In the picture the hat Is ot silverblue straw the flowers of the same and a long ad justlble veil of white chiffon Is an ae- cesspry to be put on and off at pleasure JULIA BOTTOMLEY GLOVES MATCH tHE COSTUME No More White Ones Are Wofn and Where They Seem Necessary Cream Color Is Used No more white gloves Gloves match the costume or where they ought to be white according to all social canons they are cream Suede sUppers too matc the costume and the stockings with them arefleshcolored Vanity bags of gold clasp now like a fiat purse The meshed bags are no longer plain but are In two metals gold and gunmetal or exidized silver and copperlnterwoven in a quaint patternTortoiseshell Is made up Into every thing from powder cases to umbrella handles and there Isa great deal ot- gunmetal and jet seen owing to the ournlngtllatEngland For the same reason orchids real and artificial are on view everywhere since they were Edwards favorite flower Finally wooden beads The fad has become a craze and wooden bends In black and colors are as thick as locusts during Ute plague In Egypt Silk FIshnet If in your shopping tours you are fortunate enough to see a piece ot silk fishnet buy It The coars mesh offers little covering but much decoration when used over a contrasting shade ot supple materialIn or the favorite twine color It allows almost any combInation For entire turbans for huge bows or for transparent scarfs to be thrown over gorgeous evening costumes fishnet Is a valuable asset In the Uptodate womans wardrobe A CushIon Edge Scan psh fge shadowscallops done In coatse buttonhole stitch with linen floss or heaVy cottonform thE attractive edge ota cretonne sofa pil low It is dvisable to use the natural linen color of the background as It will be found more efictive than the more bInUant col rs ot the flowers i ffiDhTET6l WEBTHE WHOLE BODY No chair is stronger than Its aL est link No man is stronger than his kidneys Over work colds strainS etc weaken the kid nets and the whole body suffers Dont neglect the slightest kidney ailment Begin using Doans Kidney pms at once especiallyfor Mrs George La joie 162 W Gamble St Caro Mieh says I had Idst in flesh myformermore than a few minutes at a time My rest was broken and my nervous system shattered Had Deans Kidney Pills not come to my attention I graveTheyfailed Remember the nameDoans For sale by all dealers 50 cents a BuffaloNTHE LIMIT LandladyMr Hall Roome is abOut the meanest man I ever met Mrs SlowpayWhats the trouble Landlady W nts me to reduce the price of his board because hes Post two teeth SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD f NOT SLEEP I write to tell you how thankful I am for the wonderful Cutlcura Rem edies My little nIece had eczema for five years and when her mother died I took care of the child It was all over her face and body also on her head She scratched so that she could not sleep nights I USed Cutlcura Soap to wash her with and then applied CuUcura Ointment I did not use quito half the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment together wIth CutlcuraRe solvent when you could see a change and they cured her nicely Now she Is eleven years old and has never been bothered with eczema since My friends think it Is just great the way the baby was cured by Cuticura I wasabQutShe was taken with the eczema when two years old Shewas covered with big sores and her mother lad all the best doctors and tried all kinds of salves and medicines without effect until we used Cuticura Remedies Mrs H Kiernan 663 Quincy St Brooklyn N Y Sept 271909- Merely b a Prevaricator A doctor relates the follorving story I had a patient who was very HI and who ought to have gone to a warmer climate so I resolved to try what hypnotism would do for him I had a large sun painted on the ceiling Of his room and by suggestion induced him tothlnk It was the sun which would cUre him The ruse succeeded and he was getting better rapidly when one day on my arrival I found he was dead Did It fail after all thenb asked one of the doctors hearers No replied the doctor he died of sunstrokeIA Protection Against the Heat t When you begin tothink its a personal matter between you and the sun to see which Is the hotter buy your self a glass or a bottle of Coca Cola It is coolingrelieves fatigue and quenches the thirst Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink At soda fountains and car bonated in bottles6o everywhere Send 2c stamp for booklet The Truth About CocaCola and the CocaCollL Baseball Record Book for 19l0 The latter contains the famous poem casey At The Bat re ords scheduless for both Jeagues and other valuable baseball Information compiled by authorities Address The CocaCola Co Atlanta Ga He Knew the Kind Little Edward aged four was an only child He was anxious for a baby sister and was talking of it one day with a friend of the family In the friends family was a baby girl of- one year The ladY saId Edward you may have my baby she is pretty and sweet Oh said Edward I dont want an old baby I want a bran new one wif noffln on but tactn powder Red Hen Elbert Hubbard on SUfferlnQ Elbert Hubbard editor ot the Phils tine says Most of the sufferingia thiS life comes from too much work or too little He could have left oft hat too little and he would have left It oft had he referred to washday suffering There has been too much Work on wash day for the women but nJ1W we have EasY TasU soap that does the work easily quickly cleanly and sure lyand does half the work all by itself It is the cleanest purest white laundry soap made and sold at fly cents acake One often wonders Vh7 the wcutan members of a burlesque boor r8 itc dresst roomsi1 t s r e r i vi A Colonist of Canaan S By Izola Forrester rj efithe Southwestern filer drew up at stoppedmerelythrow out the mall sack and give the curlyheaded boy in the express car a chance to call hello to Nell But today it stopped stopped while one man swung off a sleeper and tho porter dropped a suit case and grip on the platform beside him The man left behind was young so young that he had outgrown his years rid there was a latent careless strength mixed with awkwardness abouthim that reminded one of a cub Nell took one look at him and caught her breath sharply She knew him In an Instant but there was a bare chance that hehad forgotten her y It had been four years and four years Ms a lengthy stretch when one is 17 1He set the suit case down under the ticket shelf and went back to the water bucket its hot enough down here isnt IU She watched him drain the tin cup a second time before she an 4sweFed We dont mind it much I suppose not I came from the anytThe girls hand closed tightly over the packager 6T letters she had drawn from the mall sack Her back was to steadyfrftNo I dont Youd be pretty likely to know handling all the mail and so on wouldnt you t theOhname of everybody in this town y Except mine T He came over to the ledge and leaned one elbow on it smiling in at her cheerfully She did not answer jVMaybehes using a different name he went on presenUyrHe had She Knew Him In an Instant1 tIe ty of cause to change It the Lord when he started down this way I know hes here all right and Im going to find him The telegraph instrument set up Its call and she sat down to answer It When she rose her face was flushed slightly and anybody well acquainted + with Nell would have surmised that tijeJtownItng about Colonel Acton Canaan Junction again stated that the party w unknoWn there Is there a chief of police here in town Chief of police She flashed a startled glance at him No Theres Va constable Hes the undertaker too Nice handy combination he laughed Ypu people down here in this small new town certainly econo mize on public offices Thanks 1H hunt him up Goodby Goodby She watched him as he Went along the road towards the main kickingiipThe whistle over at the factory was blowing for noon She caught up the telephone receiver and called a number pleasGIm e a message Tell him to come over Mahe o depot right away Tell him to come around by the river road not Main street I want to show him Something there Then she waited It seemed hours before she caught signt of the dear riverton his head his gray mustache and 1m penal giving added distinction to the fine gracious face The tears rushed i to her eyes as she watched him but she controlled herself and met him with a smile Sit down and rest a minute honey iYbuvf got 20 minutes They theyve Alcaarbelieve She turned away and bent over a time table so that he should not see her tell tzle eyes You can make the 110 local dear And dont bother about coming back tonight iiri sure they need you down there In a rush arent they laughed Jth6 coonel wiping qf his forehead i e Guess Its about their new town halL It consists of four flags on a center plot at present with a geranium bed in the middle I suppose Ill have to go Be all right wonty m Nell Sho nodded and smiledIt was 15 minutes now She watched the road to Main street every now and then half expecting Fate to play her a trick rind send the longlimbed stranger back again It wasnt wrong She told herself over and over again it wasnt A hundred suggestions and plans swept through her mind as she lis tened to him chat of the new town hall at Alcazar Then all at once there was a dead silence and she turned quickly The colonel stood in the center of the little depot his hands clasped comfortably under his coat tails his lips pursed up for a whistle And he was looking at the suitcase un der the window ledge a suitcase with the owners name written boldly across itf J P Dexter Nell leaned her hands on the desk and waited tensely She had forgot ten to hide the DuitcaseIWell honey girl the cat wouldnt stay put would it And you going to all this trouble just to try and save colonelspokealmost with a glint of humor in his blue eYes as he saw the look on Nells face When did Jack Dexter get hereFather listen She put both hands up on his shoulders and leaned her face against his chin She was Just about on a level with his chin You must take this train Surely when you know youre in the right it doesnt matter what other people thatyouSldYOll were but I know he isnt cer tain I can turn Jack Dexter away He didnt know me at all Think ol them sending him down here to bring you back the boy that owed every thing to you He had to do his duty if they sent him I certainly wish it had been some one else I always set a heap by Jack Hes a right fine boy Studied law with the Judge after wo left Nell I understand hes prosecuting Attor ney From the bridge came the whistle of tho 110 She was on time to the minute The ticker was calling the Canaan operator and she went to it the tears streaming from her eyes As the local pulled In the colonel stood in the doorway and swept his broad brimmed felt hat off In a general sa luteAnd the 110 pulled out without Its extra passenger Somebody came hurrying along the platform and into the depot I cant locate him yet but Im going to stay over Jack Dexter stopped short and whistled softly under his breath The colonel held Nell close to him and smiled How are you boy how are you JIlYhandengaged Im mighty glad to lei you again Jack Just take your suitcase right over to my house sir and well have a good dinner before we start north tonight He put up one hand as Jack started to explain and shook his head warningly Xo need for ex planations I understand the situation thoroughly L dont want to disturb Nellie here with any of the details But Colonel Acton Jack ex claimed You dont know what Im after sir I came down to let you know that that indictment Is squashed flatter than a pancake The whole city is waiting to welcome you back If youH only come The president of the bank confessed to the full amounts ore be had made a scapegoat of you sir and then gracefully committed sui cede It was the wisest thing hed done in five years Well now thats too bad the colonel said regretfully He need not have done that I was comfortable down hereJUa home to Nell and my self In fact we feel rather respon Bible for the future of Canaan Mighty fine cf you to comedown and let me know Jack though mighty fine fI wanted to bo the first to tell you sir Dexters hand gripped the col onels closelyuA crowd of the newspaper boys were after your troll but I faiew youd be In the same place where you left word we could find you It you were wanted The colonel smiled In a pleased com fortable fashion all his own Vt8 keep our word we Actons he said Dout we Nell I can Itardly say that she faltered II didnt tell the truth to Mr Dex ter when he asked me If knew you I justceuldnt I dont know what he must think of me Think of you gasped Dexter think You are the bravest truest bulllest The colonel coughed and glanced at his watch We will all lunch In honor of the occasion over at the hotel sIr Jack Just give my little girl your arm along Main street Ill lock up the station and carry the suitcase until the next train comes along No sir I cant permit It as my guest you will allow me to have my way Jack hesitated still looking down at the heavy suit case and the colonel gave Wm a dell cate poke in the side Ladies first sir right about face forward m chl1 Jt j IMPORTANT ESSENTIALS IN COMFORTABLE CATTLE BARN Light AmongFactorsInvestment Plan of Stable Floor As the putting in of the crops Is completed farmefs will be repairing and remodeling and otherwise im proving their cattle barns many will be building new ones The average cattle barn is not usually laid out for comfort and without comfort the dairy cow will be far from doing her best Convenience Is also a most important factor in those times of highpriced farm hands Light ventilation and warmthalso convenienceare the essentials in a cattle barn Windows ample size must extend on every side and end The barn should be at least 36 feet wide ahd length to accommodate what stock is expected to be kept Socalled mangers are to be avoided The cows face the sides of the barn and for purposes of ventilation and general sanitation this Is the only way a stock barn should be made The general construction of the floor plan Is well shown in the illus tration with deails of measurements The driveway is 8 feet wide between the cows This Is two Inches below the general level of the stalls A gut ter six Inches below the driveway and 8 inches below the stalls is 16 Inches Wide This must be watertight to re SECURE STAND OF POTATOES Potato Grower Should Take Stock of His Success In Work to This Point in Season Moisture Is First by C L FITCH Colorado Agricultural College This is the time for the potato grower to observe what sort ofastand he has secured to take stock as It were of his success in his work to this point in the season Jn tho first plane moisture is necessary A potato may sprout but will not root unless it touches damp atmospherebackward even with moisture be neath The potato ground should have been filled with moisture before plowing and the moisture held there by stirring the surface shallow as with a harrow If however the mois ture be not there the potatoes must be cultivated ditched and Irrigated and then harrowed lengthwise as Eoon arc horses can be used A heavy rain following planting Is great damage because it sets the toil of the tuber bed and will damage the shape of the crop Prolonged rains will rot the seed The best stands are secured on fields that were plowed in good condition lightly harrowed quickly planted and that then hap pened In secure one long gentle shower rollowed by warm weather Examine tho hills that come up last after the run of the thrifty plants You will find three causes for thcsd SHROPSHIRE EWE OF QUALITY The Shropshire ewe shown In the Illustration owned by George McKer row Sons of Wisconsin Is remark able for quality She was champion at the 198 International at Chicago and Is considered by many judges one of the very finest animals ever ex hibited aaylc American Agriculturist t tain the liquids The stalls vary Iron 48 Inches to 54 Inches from the edge of the drop to the stanchicins to fit cows of different length A sputa of 22 Inches is left for a feeding place A slope rise of 12 Inches forms all the manger needed a space of 5 to 7 feet Is left In the front for feeding The slope partitions should come to within 14 inches of the gutter The parti tions in front should be between every other cow This allows a water supply for every two cows to drink from The platform should have a slope ol Inches to the foot to drain the ii- quid to the gutter The best stanchion Is the swing stanchion fastened at the top and bot tom with a chain that allows about two Inches of play back and front For ventilation a space is left in front of the cattle under the breastgirth 3 feet high and partitioned off three feet high and three feet wide so that cold fresh air can pass to the stable from the floor above to second story These boxes may be 15 to 20 feet apart Over these openings slide doors control the inrush of the Cold air The aIr escapes through the roof These openings serve for throwing hay down to the feeding alley before pitching to the cows tardy arrivals Some were In a pocket of dry earth of a field not properly and promptly leveled and harrowed othens will be found growing from very small seed pieces pieces perhaps broken from the others by the planter but the most of the runty plants will be found coming from rotten or rotting seed pieces Thus moisture goodsized seed and sound seed are necessary to a vigorous stand Tho best crops are secured iii years when the seed stays sound until digging And back of is thei planter and the right size oteveJi cUt seed for it to handle Seventyfive per cent is a fair stand 95 per dent is far more profitable Your planter should not miss more than three or tour per cent Record Onion Crop It is claimed that Charles Volz of the Mission community Mission Tex holds the worlds record for profits from Intensive farming Ho recently sold his Bermuda onion crop on 24 acres for 12982 Deducting the expenses of planting cultivating harvest Ing and marketing the crop left him a net return of 9p83 The onion yield from these 24 acres filled 22 cars The product was shipped to northern and eastern markets The land could have been bought ten years ago for one dol lar an acre The First Creamery i So far as known the first creamery built in the United States was at Mid dletown N Y ta 18G3 the second at DnghamJ ton that state The cream ery business was for a good many years confined to that part of the country Not until about 25 years ago were any built out through the west She Is well developed with a broa back short legs and compact fleece If a man does not know how toprunt atreehe can With safety at least cut o t all the suckers and keep thi ground free from sirods tend vndtri brush 4 Jrlnours FertilizersIncre- asethe yield Improve the qualityEnrich the soil Every harvest proves it Can you afford to risk your wheat Be saf- eifrmours Fertilizersgrow the biggest crops Ask your dealer Armour Fertilizer Works Chicago70 r IAN INSURANCE EXCEPTION Now said the chronic quoter a man is known by the company he keepsSay Im an insurance policy holder Please d6nt class me with the company I keep The Good Old Times Bhere is a lot of talk about the good ld times There werent any good old times if you are talking about wash day or house cleaning Those tasks meant red hands and headaches and backaches and trouble Easy Task laundry soap would have made them good old tinges indeed It does half the work in washing and cleaning it drives the dirt out and not in it doesnt shrink flannels or streak linens and it hasnt any rosin in it to rot the fabrics If yourgrocer isnt living in the good old times he sells itlots of it There Should Fritz the gardener was a stolidGer man who was rarely ex traordinary language Even the most provocative occasions only caused him to remark mildly on his illluck Not long ago he came back from the city in the late evening after a hard day in the market place He was sleepy and the train being crowded the bag gageman gave hima chair in his roomy car- Finally the train reached Bloom field Fritz still slept as it pulled in and his friend had to shake him and tell him where he was I tanks you skid Fritz as he rose slowly to his feet The open door of the car was directly In front of him He walked straight out of it The baggageman sprang to look aft er him Fritz slowly picked himself up from the sand by the side of the track looked up at the door and said with no wrath in his voice There should here be some steps St Paul Dispatch Wife and Country Paul Do Cavath the noted New York lawyer said at a luncheon at the Lawyers club Vacation time is here and already that dreadful song about the wife gone to the country Is being resurrected But a variant tothe song was furnished by Ii con versation overheard the other night Hello Smith said one man to another Im glad to see you back at the club again old fellow Wife off to the country eh No growled Smith Shes got back Know How To Keep Cool c When Summers sun and daily toil heat the blood to an uncomfort able degree there is noth ing so comforting and cooling as a glass of r Iced Postum served with sugar and a little lemon Surprising howathe foodelements relieve fatigue and sustain one The flavour is deli ciousand Postum is really a food drink Theres a Reason POSTUM CEREAL COLtd Battle Creek Mich In the Night School Teacher of night school What d you understand by the terms Iifrsentence Give an example of one ShaggyHaired PupllI pronounced you husband and wife Chicago Tribune 8YnntEorchllc1re1 n UainmiUlonallaya pain cure wind colic 2SeabotUe A nagging wife makes her husband forget his other troubles rFREEIlliettu Send postal for Free of leec eMIIII ea1 antiseptics USES I II IGinaA little PsztaM OWder disolved k a glut pf hot water makes a delightful see ie son lution postcMog estnofdnHTf clranrng ssd bes ksoa 50c a large boot at dnifjifti or brsMiL THE PAXTON TOILET Go BOSTON MM Make the Do its Duty Nine tiaesia tea whoa tin Ensr is rat tksv stomach and bowels are alit CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PIUS dutyk ItipatioD abeotutdylaa Liver gentlybutfumlyconpci Headache and Distress after Eating Smmll pin Small Due Small Pric Genuine mnabea Signature Millions Say So Where millions pf people use for years it proves its merit People who know CAS CARETS value buy over a million boxes a beIcauseyoure try CARETS onceyou n See or weekstreatmentkt the world Million boxes a moats 4 rReaders r uvthinrir adYer aubRitu6es or itullaCoat DAISY FLY KILLER WilTED K lmta dial LadaU Cad i Ulortip TarvUI etllttya teetnaisabae s earnIH BLalr- aralr 1 w Never lairc a I IUOI SCHEU 4Ci CMrtssd fcMm MstkMd ft Agents to sell booKkeU moot aEv- etarlnarr remedies oleeettaaystl The Mutual tllactarlag Ce Casual v ytlllttedwlihlore Package CARTE medicine upoahaving 11 IPARKE IPut IIIinWHEELS IandErgaaltrictebl I TlMatpstftsEytWaftMr W NJ U CINCINNATI NO 32itlOt c I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 190 VALlEY HILL Last weeks Sun was indeed a newsy sheet Well does it carry out the sig nificance of tSname as it is truly the sunshine of many homes How much we would regret to haye a single copy g astray Yet there are numbers who dp not try to hold it up to its standard feets try aMoatofourfartners have again caught up with their work and are now prepar ing hay for the winter The hay is in ferior to the average What the tarmers thought to bejood sprospecta for ah excellent com cropl has proven deceptive and it now pars that the crop will yield about 75 per cent of the average A C Pirikston and wife ot nearTa tthatn Springs visited atthe homeof S H iWeeiciey Tuesday night Miss Dodge a trained nurse who has been with Mrs SE Piles during the past three weeks of her illness has returned to her home near Louisville Andrew Pinkston delivered an ad dress at the home of To A Tatum on Thursday evening Subject Last Saturday being Picnic Dav at Bloomfield everYnegro in1 this sec tion contra ted an indisposition for work and hied lxi the tall timber where bad whiskey and beah might be obtain able We are glad to report Mrs Palmer Goatleys condition as much imprbved aft ra serious attack of typhoid flux She was attended by Drs Lampton and Shehan Foxes have beth playing havoc with the tqrtceys in this section during the past few weeks Mrs Note Cutsinger had a tine flock of 40 reduced to 14 in ned y and night while others have suffered accordingly R 0 Vivian and Bradley Tatum were guests of William Moran Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Benedict Janes of your metropolis visited relatives at this place Sunday Miss Beatrice Foster has rturned to the home of her granamotheflrs M Reed of this place after an extended visit to friends near Springfield John Snider has returned from a vis it to relatives in Louisville qC Donahoe returned home Satur day after a successful weeks threshing in the Peasant Grove section M W Seay and family of Nelson county were guests of Mr and Mrs J E Goatley Sunday Mrs Margaret Offutt celebrated her 81st birthday anniversary on the 8th in stant at the home of herdaughter Mrs HM Goatley Relatives at this place were called to the bedside of Matthew Mock on Mon day who has been attacked with soft cuing of the brain Mrs J L Moran and children were in Springfield Monday on business Mrs S E Piles is able to sit up again after a severe breakdown in her general constitution Ernest Grav and sister of Hardestys were guests of MrdJ E Goatley SunS day Miss Delsia Pollei who nursed Mrs Palmer Gatley through her recent lit ness hasretbrned to her home in Lou isville XE S Gnatley recently sold a t driving mare to H T Virgin of niceI 2t 200 v CoonWeeWey recently p rch 2yearold horse from Ed Goatley at 125 Another week has passed and gone gone forever Its memories howeyer are bright to some while it holds bits j of sorrow and deep regret for others To us its memories are mixed We see so many things that shouldj have been done and are let go unheeded Yet these are those things in life that formI sweet impressions upon the Tnerelarepay their subscription to The SunI Others doubtless have not as yet even subscribed for their valuable county pa j peri To the e few let me sav before the price ia raised o its proper place which should be 2 oothat you have pfailed to pay a just and honest debt or t else failed to provide your families with sufficient reading matter to kee abreast of the timestloitnow Donkdelay Wen the digestion is all right the action of the bowels regular there isa natural craving and relish for food When this is lacking you may kno that you need a dose of ChamberlainsI Stomach and Liver imjprovebowel by Springfield Brass BandBETTER THAN EVER 4MusIc FOR PICNICS AND FAIRS A Specialty Satisfaction and Prompt Service Guaranteed AddressPres Springfield Brass Band Box 246 Springfield Ky Augustus G Beam M D daystrTnone 184 i ASSIGNEES SALE Or TATHAMSPRINGSAs Assignee of THe Tattiam Springs Company I will on THURSDAY AUG 18 19TO ABOUT THE HOUR OF 100 OCLOCK P M rAt the front door of the Tatham Washington County Ky sell at public auction all the property owned by said company consisting of about seven acres of land on which is situated the cel AlleyThe Hotel contains about thirty bed rooms all fronting on broad verandas and are all furnished with hardwood furniture and bedding of all kinds The parlors office dining room and kitchen are all fully equipped with all necessary furniture suitable for the continuation of the business as a health and pleasure resort The hotel is situated on a Beautifully Shaded Island above highwater overlooking Chaplin River springbyThis property will be sold as a whole and for the reason that the owners cannot give the business the attention it demands to maintain it as an attractive firstclass health and pleasure resort as it shouldand can be under proper and attentive management The property is situated on the Automobile line as established by the Automobile Clubs of Ken mainIItamedThe patural advantages of this place in not surpassed by any simalar resort in Kentucky propertytoThe property will be sold for onefourth cash the remainder payable in one two and three years thedaytaininga lien on the property and containing a clause that in default of the payment of any note or i t furher be agreed on W E SELECMAN Assignee of Tatham Springs Co 7 theHotelThe Great JohnI Will exhibit at Lebanon Thursday August 11 and at Lawrenceburg Saturday August 13 Americas oldest richest circus a modernized stupend ous combination of 4 ring circus 3 combined menageries and complete wild west all united in the greatest tented exhibition that the world has ecer seen will appear exactly as advertised upon the date named above Under the man gementpf John G Robinson grand son of the original founder this ancient and honorable institution has more than k p 4restigeenormous financial resources and worldwide popularity it has attracted to itself the greatest artists and startling features from every land milehippoarome sent the enormous array of startling acts on the program Three combined menageries comprise the most complete zoological exhibit ever carried by any traveling show To add to the variety complete wild west exhibition will be given by 50 cowboys 30 cow girls 50 real blanket Indians a company of Russian Cossacks and Japanese scouts Mexican horsemen arid South American vaqueros A corn panv 01 United Sttes cavalry will pre sent all kinds of fancy drills There is a tribe of Siniralese and desert Arabs and a Camp ot the nations including hundreds of sxrange people from the far corners of he earth There will be a great street pageant performancesone should fail to see thin great exhibi tion At Lebanon Thursday August lab Sample Helps Frail Women So any women are dragging out weary lives just because their digestive organs are weak The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very ownfaultthewelfareknowthathabitually constipated and from this re suits indigestion plies weariness etc that women constantly complain ot remIyour to moving You will find that when the bowels move WSyrupandstronger YOU1petty elves and work at stated tithes and willdisappearpills or salts but just such a mild and pleasanttasting remedy as Dr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin druggisteither size may be enough to pcrma womeskeepno longer be without It as It cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family down to the youngest child but1 you have never 9Coand Mrs Ellen Dungan Muncie Ind and bottleThatItBO doubt pleasedtodesIre for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeot detailYotname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R500 CaJd well buiidlntv Montlcello III late for last weeks issue ilToo PLEASANT RUN Jj Mrs Durham of Catnpbellsville is visiting her son Richard Durham Mesrs Smith Burdette and Harmon and Miss Kathleen Campbellvisitedat the home of J W Funk Sunday last Mr and Mrs Chas Shewmaker en atIJW Funk and daughter Miss Min- me Misses Humphrey and Grigsby en joyed an auto ride to Harrodsburg and r Danville last weekiMrs Lee Durham visited Mrs Rich ard Hatohett Mondav Ray Dugan of Bloomfield visited friends here recently IMiss Ruth Claybrooke was in Spring Monday The Misses Cocanougher ot Texas were recentguests of Miss Bertha Grigs by Mrs Bob Arnold visited friends at Perryville Sunday hoImuch improved at this writing Course in Agriculture The Westein Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture demonstration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportu nity 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 Kv LOUISVILLE SCIENCE MALL The ice cream supper which was giv en at the home of Mrs S Juddrecently was quite a success and a neat sum was realized which will beusedfor repairing arid painting the schoolhouse at this place Miss Mattye Thompson of Louisville is the charming guest ot her parents Mr and Mrs Douglas Thompson this week Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Richard Kulley Sunday morning This community extends its heartfelt sympatny to the bereaved onps Charlie Mattingly and Miss Sallie Thompson of Bardstown were guests of Miss Minnie Clarkson Saturday and Sunday Theparty which spent several days of last week at Mammoth Cave returned home Friday and report a delightful time Miss Hettie Rudd returned home Sat urday from Nashville Tenn where she has been attending school Miss Regina OBryan dnd little sister visitingjm I never felt so near my grave t writes Lewis Chamblin of Manchester frightfuldown to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that Iam aHve today is due slely to Dr Kings New Discovery which com jpletely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard It also cured my fo children of croup for Coughs and Colds its the InfallibleI tain remedy for la grippe perate lung trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Haydon RobV ertson The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEARX 3OOOO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL 4 Stiles Rttearcw ExhftHeJ DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATIELLO AND HIS BAND Frw AttractliM UtU4tU Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES For furthtt InlermaUoa writ J W NEWMAN Sicrctiry 32tf M jwntilffg 12 13 SEPTEMBER 1415 16 m RURAL TELEPHONES yourfamilyIIto get the latest market quotations at any time This can accomplished by means ot our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small com pared with the benefits received Call or address our near et office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FARMERS LINE rateIf youare not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the StatesIof Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and theIsouthern portion of Indiana and Illinois CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t incorporated Commissioners SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky John H Williams Plaintiff vs Mary E Williams etc Defendants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of raleof the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term J910 in theaabove styled cause I shall proceed offer for sale at the Court House dopr in Springfield Kv on Monday August 22 1910 mbeingCountybest bidder at public auction upon a thefoJJowinThe farm owned by the late Lev Williams commonly known as the Jim Holloway place located about one mile countyKypike and is bounded by the lands of the late John Hardesty James Ben ham Sr Lem Che ser and W C Ed dleman This farm contaiiis about 200 acres of fine land of which 75 to 100 acres is strictly crrade tobacco land and has a firstclass residence a good stock barn good new tobacco barn and all he outbuildings usually found on a firstclass farm attention to the fact that this place is especially well watered tying as it does on the waters ot both Little Beech Fork andoLong lick This place will be sold by the acre survey to be made prior to day ot sale as per order of court For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of preparedtocbmply C F BOSLEY M C W C Commissioners SALEWashingtpn Circuit Court Ky J C McElro and C A Green Ad ministrators of Sidney Green tiffs vs J F Isham DeftEquity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in the above styled cause for the sum of S569 28 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the first day of January 1906 until paid and 5000 for the costs in this action 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kyon Monday August 22 1910 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbe ing county court dayto the highest uponIBranch and which is bounded as fol lows On the North by the lands of John Burns and Lawson Cutsmeer on the East by Wm Isaacs and GT Klan berlin on the South by Sandford Thur man and on the West by Geo 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 recorded in deed book No 51 page 345 WashingtonFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinllegalI paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment a lien beinga retained on requiredtoC F BOSLEY M C W C C Commissioners SALEWashington Circuit Court Ky Geo Cannon etc Plaintiffs vs Jonathan Cannon Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sate of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to dooriMonday August 22 1910 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout be hestiing described property to wit ITHg CANNON PLACE of Land in Washington LoniRunville turnpike about 2 miles from Tex as Ky This place contains about ten acres of land anti has a frame house of five or six rooms small barn excellent garden good water etc For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearxnjlegalpaid and having the force and effect of preparedtoCF BOSLEY M C W Cf C Be sure and take a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarhoaa Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer It cannot be obtain ed oir board the trains or steamers Changes of water and climate often causesudden attacks of diarrhoea and it is best to be prepared Sold by all druggists x onssioi1Wash- ington SALECircuit Curt Ky Mattie Mattingly Administratrix etc Plaintiffs vs Robert Mattingly etcv Defendants Equity f By virtue of a judgment ando dr of sale of the Washington Circuit Coiirti intheboveo in doorSpringfield Monday August 221110 bein nIw t toitThe farm occupied by the late JoeiMattingly and commonly known as the Lum Cameron farm about four miles East of Springfield Kym ashing ton county on the waters of Pleasant JuCtaybrookeHaydon John F Simms and Robert Mattingly C ONTAINING 139 ACRES 34 Poles This farm is equipped with a large and substantial house good stock and tobacco barns is well fenced well watered and has the same soil that has made the farms lying along Pleasant pthtbyFor the purchase price the purchaser r purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest trdm date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of preparedtocoJ11plv C F BOSLEY M C W C C ti W F Trusty j Practical DenstTSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over fiaydon Barber i B D LAKEg3K Insurance Agent p SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYi Life Fire and Accident JOHN Y MAYES tFuneral Director =And f Licensed Embalmer 3 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCK Best Attention 10EveryHandsome Line of Caskets and IlIrkIJeii Telephone Lay 19 Night 74 Dg M W HYATT 5 OFFICE OVER i THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE HOURS 1030 to 12 m 4to5pm- Dr J C Mudd J J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY itorncz o j HATDONS BTOKI Office Hours 8 to 9 A M 1 to it M p k H LAMPTON MD SPRINGFIEIJ KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence Jsrb3i I T SCOTT MAES i f ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky r Lt Will practice In the courts of Waahlngtoa end counties In the Appeal ind Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wshlngjotadpeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky f Office in Robertsn Building Wlllpraotlce in the courts of WaahtagtoV and adjoining counties and In court of AppeateJ S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Kv 7 Crying of public sales a i Will oanywhereTenna riaio able 84 X N M IMISSE- LLAUCTIONEER i Lebanon Ky Rt 3 Crying of public sale a sp ciaftyVCaiif FcbeEichange it Ti